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Subscription per year, in advance, S1.50. 1 .
if not in advance, per year, $2.00. itorneys and other officers of the
- ' . court with that kindly considera-
4 i?Gr SENTIMENT.
wrong sentiment !
A right or
may be said to enter
things- . An intelligent person"
with right sentiment may safely thf. governor has, seen fittoap
be trusted with the discharge of Pmt young republican to the
any duty which may fall to his position of associate judge m this
lot in life and which is within district, it is with regret on the
limit, nf his abilities. But Part of hls maw friends that the
ca t rr-n- n. !
matter how o-reathls
ability may be, can not be relied
upon to do the right and honpra-'
w0 tWT.o- nt. nil rimes. A wrong i
cnr,-m-r,t. snmpHmfis r.reates bad
One thin is certain, no
bad men are over-endowed with ;
Sentiment enters largely into
f Tie -make-un of all of us. Edu
cation is a splendid thing,, but
vhen accompanied with a false
idea of things it is possible that
it may prove rather more a curse
than a blessing to its possessor,
as well as those who may be af
fected by his acts. For instance,
should a man, because by chance
his parents gave him opportuni
ty to acquire an education become
possessed of the idea that he is
too good to perform his duty
which may soil his hands or pro
hibit his wearing good clothes, it
is plain that he has not the right
sentiment. No honest labor is j
degrading. For your own com-'
fort you may not desire to do it,
but should circumstances! place
you, for the time being, without
the power to choose your employ
ment, do that which is at hand
to the best of your ability and
you will not be degraded. Men
and women whose opinion is of
yalue, will uphold you-
Many hundreds of young peo
ple are leaving our educational
institutions each year. A large
percentage of them go forth into
the battle for an existance with
the feeling, or sentiment, that
they are too good to do this," that,
or the other thing. Some are for
tunate and succeed in life, many
may be considered ' failures a,
few are worse- Instead of doing
"that which may offer in an hon
orable-way, a few drift towards
''sharp practice" and develop in
to criminals. These lack right
A successful business man
pnee stated that when he
heard a man say that this or that
job was "beneath1 him, he al
ways felt convinced that the em
ployment offered was too good,
for him. And there is ' much
truth in what this man thought.
It is as much the duty of an in
structor at an educational insti
tution to develop a right and
healthy sentiment, as it is to
- teach any branch of learn
ing. Neglect this and his edu
; cation will likely be of no benefit
to the student or any other per
son. HARRIS APPOINTED.
Governor Chamberlain has ap
pointed Lawrence T. Harris, of
Eugene, as Associate Judge in
the Second Judicial District, L.
T. Harris is the son of Dr. Har
ris of Eugene. He graduated
from the State University with
honors in 1893. Later he at
tended the law school at Ann
Harbor, Mich,, and was admitted
to the practice of law in 18D7.
Those who have observed his
work agree that he 13 a young
man of ability and skill 'in his
profession, , and it is i expected
that he will bring honor to the
position to which he has recently
been appointed. Mr. Harris is a
republican- He was elected to
the legislature from Lane county
and by his associate members
was elected Speaker of he House.
He discharged the duties of
speaker with ability and gave
ood satisfaction. . At the last
:ptate and district convention he
&ncUdats i4r the nornina
tion "for coftgfesg from the fast
congressional district.' Mr.: Har
ris is a gentleman of Triniily and
prepossessing appearance, and it
i i: A 4.u .: 4. 4-
jtion and uniform . courtesy due
lone officer from another in the
discharge of official duty-
While it is pleasing to note that
appointment did not fall on our
fellow townsman, E. R. Bryson,
staunch Publican. If the
governor had seen fit to adhere
stricuy to precedents 01 a parti
san character, then it would have
been very agreeable to have seen
W - S- McFadden appointed. How-
ever, this sentiment is no reflec
tion on the present appointee,
L. T. Harris
Mr. Weed, of Philomath, passed
through here enroute to bia brother's
. Misses Peterson visited their brother.
Frank, who is working at the Gleasoa
saw. mill, one day last week.
Bufns Skipton came up the valley,
last Wednesday, looking for mutton
Mr. and Mrs. Spaulding passed through
here last Saturday, going to their claims
on Bald ML
Ben Ireland and Charley Armstrong
have been grubbing the last few days.
Charley Starr, of Muddy, is at present
working at Gleason's saw mill.
James Mann passed through the val
ley one day last week.
Charley BrumGeld went Jto Philomath
J. S. Ireland lost a very 'valuable cow
a few days ago, the result of larkspu:
The public school is progressing nicely
with Earl Brown at the helm : .
Mrs. Wm. Park - was called to the
death bed of ber father, Mr. Conner,
who died last Saturday.
C. L. Winters has been improving bis
place of late by trimming the fir trees
along the road.
The grain is still in good condition
after the freeze.
' OAK GROVE
Died, Wednesday morning, the infant
son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Small.
Mr. Westbrook, who underwent
surgical operation for appendicitis, is re
ported to be getting along very, well
John Mayberry, . who is farming in
Linn county, spent' Saturday and Sun
day visiting bis parents, here.
W. L. Cauthorn had the misfortune to
loose his fine driving mare a few days
Henry Prettyman has gone to the
Leeper hop yard to work. . He expects
to remain until July. 1.
W. D. DeVarney is still at work tryin
to arrange with the farmers to introduce
the Independent telephone system in
this part of the county, and the peop)
are beginning to be yery much interest
ed in the .new enterprise, and from
general indications it,, will not be long
until the line is in working order.
The change in the. weather was very
acceptable to most of the farmers, as we
Oregonians don't like zero weather, and
lartner. we are not nxea lor it, and
wnen it comes it catcnes too many
potatoes, apples and other necessaries
not well protected from the frost.
Mrs. .P. R. Williamson, whe has been
quite poorly all winter is getting some
George Plow and Mr. Thurston, of
Wells, sold to a Seattle buyer, Monday,
some norses tnat averaged tnem ?4(K) a
span. ' ;
Mrs. Ingalls and daughter. Sernice, of
Baker City.' are visiting at the home of
her mother, Mrs. Waldron. They will
also visit relatives in .Albany before, re-
tnr-ning home. ;
. Frank Hughson has rented the Skcel
place. He moved in and took porsession
Thoroughbred Barred Plymouth Bock
cockerels at $1.00 each. ' Call on F. R.
Barnes at Granger, South, of Station or
address Cprvallis K. F. D. No. 1. I
Red and white clover, timothy,
orchard and other glasses, at
. . Curet, os?ii'; Prevents Pneumonia
An offer to make you come, up
stairs and see us.
New Mainspring (none better),
Cleaning (ordinary watch),
$1.00. Cannot be done better at
MATTHEWS) The Jeweler.
Room 12, over First National
Bank. - .
0. C. & T. STEAMERS
Steamer . Pomona, leaves Cor-
vallis, Mondays, Wednesdays
and Eridays, for Portland and all
way' points. For rates, etc.,
Boats leave for Portland and
way stations at 6 a. m.
Q. T. BUCKINGHAM, Agent.
Cheap Sunday Rates Between
Portland and Willamette
- Valley Points.
Low round trip rates have been placed
n enect between Portland and Willam
ette Valley peints, in either direction
Tickets will be sold ,
and limited to return on or before the
following Monday. ,
Bate to ob From Corvaixis. 13.00.
Call on Southern Pacific Co's Agents
tor particulars. , ;
import 9a tsiacK f ercaeroa wi
be in CorvalliB, for service, after
January 1 . For further informa
tion address, , T. K Fawcetx,
- Bellfountain, Or
Cornice, Roofing, Guttering,
and all kinds of Sheet Metcl
F. A Hencye;
In connection with J. H
A few counterfeiiers have lately been
making and trying to sell Imitations
Dr. Kings New Discovery for consump'
tion, Coughs and Colds, and other medi
cines, thereby defrauding the public.
This is to warn you to beware of such
people, who ssck to profit, though steal
ing the reputation of remedies which
hive been successfully curing disease,
for over 35 years. , A 'sure protection,
you, is our name on the wrapper. Look
for it on all Dr. wrings or Bucklen
mmttclioa sa all nfliorfl ara mora i.nifaa
' tationt. H. E. Buckien & Co., Chicago,
111. and Windsor, Canada. For sale by
Allen & Woodward.
SIGNS OF FAILING VISION.
When your eyes tire in reading, when
you frown or partly close the eyes when
looking at an object; when things
"swim" or become dim after being
looked at tor some time ; when the eyes
ache, smart, or water; or when you have
pain in the eyeball, orbit, temples or
All the conditions -are curable by oroc
er glasses, such as we will furnish yon
alter a sctentuic examination.
MATTHEWS, The Optician,
B 00m 12, over First National.Bank
Pirating Foley's H otiey and Tar
Foley & Co., of Chicago, originated
Honey and Tar as a throat and Idd-;
remedy, and on account of the u-C!t
merit and popnlaiity of IFoley'B Honey
and Tar many imitations are offered for
the genuine. , Ask for Foley's Honey
and Tar and refuse any substitute offered
as no other preparation will (rive the
same satisfaction. It is mildly laxative.
It contains no opiates and is safe3t for
children and delicate persons, I
The Gazette has made a I
special arrangement with
the publishers of a number
of the leading magazines
and newspapers of the Unit
ed States, whereby we are
offered cut rates! on these
Now we could charge you the
full price for these and re
serve the difference between
the regular price and their
special price ' to us, as our
commission, but as the Ga
zette is a home paper for
home people, it will be sat
isfied by receiving you as a
new subscriber, "or, if you
are now a subscriber, then
by receiving your renewal
for a year in advance. This
special , rate may not last
long, so take advantage of it
NOW while the chance Jfs
Woman's Home Companion
Frank Leslie's Monthly
Modern Prlscilla and
San Francisco Examiner
Gazette Pub. Co
. CorvaSHs, Ore.
Plain and fancy silks for Shirt Waist Suits
New Wool Dress Goods
New Wash Fabrics
New White Goods '
Dress Trimmings. Laces and Embroideries
New Muslin Underwear
New Table Linens and Napkins
New Percales and Ginghams
New Waistings; new Drtfss Linings
New Neck-wear; new Separate S2irts.
Hem Goods Arriving Weekiy.
Graham & Wells Pharmacy
Why not Enjoy Yourself
Get a Graphophone or Talkaphone and enjoy
yourself these long winter evenings. We have a
shipment just coming in, at prices from $15 up;
and a good supply of Records always on hand.
W We have
Make your selections
rm it mun
I Graham & Well? Pharmacy
of any kind promptly
and correctly done.
at prices that are reasonable and
eyes tested free of all charge. -
PRATT, the JEWELER
Open Day ana Night
. HOTEL CORVALUS
J. 47. HAMMEL, Prop.
One of the Finest Egulned Hotels In the Valley.
ll U I Vl ILt OhbU I it IK W pe'iraregfvinlTouliroleTnfom
mm . Hon; also showing you oyer the county
AMBLER & WATTERS,
REAL ESTATE, LOANS, INSURANCE
VI ROIL E. WATTERS, CORVALLI. HENRY AMBLER, PHILOMATH.
Bring your Job Work to the
THE PLACE sassa
just received a lot of the
Sheet music at 25c a copy.
before the lines are broken
hh 1 1 ' t".t a i. '
ana Job Work
Rooms Single or EnSuite. h
Et 3 Meets all Trains.