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About Corvallis gazette. (Corvallis, Benton County, Or.) 1900-1909 | View Entire Issue (April 4, 1905)
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rate of 10 rents per line per month. ,
HIG11U-1 - AKH PBICE PAID FOR
all kinds Ponltry also dressed Pork.
Snmfc B'ilden. Corvallis, Oregon,
next to ' tb office. - '
WASTED f-0 SUBSCRIBERS TO THE
Gazette ai-d Weekly Oregonian at
$2.50 per JHir. ........-.. .
THE HOMF. SAVINGS BANK CAN
he obtained at. the First National Bank
Corvallin. le nse encourages habits
of economy and thrift. It is an orna
ment to any household. Write tor
v nrinted de-vriDtioh.-. ,.: ,"., 20tf
AN ENERGETIC LADY CAN SE
r.nm the aeencv for this city an.f eur-
rotrndimr cnntry for a biehrerade
line of Flavorine extracts. Perfumes
fr.itor. Artirfm. Toilet RoaoB. etc.. by
ndrlrpaaincr the Pearsall Mfc" Co.. Des
, Moinn la. Write them for sample ont
fit. , Thnv allow a bis commission, also
oive nreminms. s 19tf
H. M. STONE. REAL ESTATE AND
Tntplliirence offire After 42 years in
Kenton and Linn counties. I feel justi
fied in comine before the home-sekers
of Oregon, and feel that .1 am com
petent to locate all such as wish to
boy homes here, with judgment and
compe'n'7 ' For 27 years I was a
bridge hm.der in Benton. Lane, rom
Yamhill and Linn counties. I have
property in the above named counties
tosell, "and am thoroughly conversant
with the same. I ask no exclusive
riftht of sa e and unless property is
Bold by me I ask no pay. Parties
wishing to employ help or if looking
for a position, will find it a conven
ience to phone or calL at the pffice.
Kindness and courtesy extended o all.
Office. South Main street. Corvallis,
Oregon. Office phone. 378, res. phone
THE -VAPOR BATH CABINET" FOR
sale at Graham &:Wells, with printed
instructions for administering the bath
1 at home, to cure numerous ailments
without use of medicine internally,
Applications can be made at home
" without aid of experts. Try one, the
price is email.
TWO GOOD HORSES.
. 28 31
NEW TIRES PUT ON BABY BTJG
gies.and go-carts, at DilleyA Arnold's.
SOFT-SHELLED ENGLISH WAL
nuts ontyield'all other varieties.- If
you desire trees write for price and par
ticulars to Bert Brooke, McMinnville,
-.' Or., R. F. D. No. 2. ; -
SHORT ON PERUNA BUT : LONG
on Prunes. Italian Prunes. 50 lb.
boxes, f 1.50. . Come quick. 1
. .. F. L. MlIXKB. .
CWO REGISTERED OXFORD DOWN
Rams and four half-breeds. Peter
- Whitaker. r !: .- r-:Si ?i i ' f -
FOR SALE TWELVE YOUNG SHORT
horn milch cows, bred from tnilk
. strains on both sides ; one short-horn
bull ; one Jersey bull ; registered Poland
' China hogs, male and female. Address
- M. &. Woodcock, Corvallis, Ore. 23tf
EASTERN OREGON PROPERTY FOR
sale. We have over 30,000 acres of
. improved wheat farms - tor sale in
Gilliam, Morrow- and Sherman coun
ties, Oreeon. .Prices of these lands
; $15 to $20 per acre.: Small cash pav
ment and easy terms on balance; ' We
also have a first-class implement busi
ness for sale in a live Eastern Oegon
town on railroad. Address.' Moore
Bros.. 621 Washington St. Portland,
Oregon. ,.-.-! , 23 32
OCCIDENTAL HOTEL, CORVALLIS,
Oreeon. Good, clean cooking: clean
beds, and rooms well ventilated; first.
class service : splendid facilities to ac
. commodate the -public. Across the
' street from First National Bank. 23tf
W. E. YATES,
, THE LAWYER, "
Both Phones. CORVALLIS, OR
E. fi. BRYSON ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office in Post Office Braiding, Coival
lis, Oregon. . - v . , ; -
JOSEPH H. WILSON, ATTORNEY-
at-Law. Notary. Titles. Conveyanc'
ing. Practice in all State and Federal
Courts. Office in Burnett Building.
PIANO INSTRUCTION : GIVEN IN
anv erade of advancement. Also
pianos tuned and. repaired in fiist-class
manner. Ind. phone Ko. 405. F. A.
White. . - , , - .
B. A. OATHEY, M. D., PHYSICIAN
and Surgeon. Rooms 14, Bank Baild-
- ing. Office Hours: 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to
4 o. m." Residence: cor. 5th and Ad
ams 8te. Telephone at office and res-.
tdence. Uorvallis, Oregon.
0. H. KEWTH, m D.,' PHYSICIAN
and Surgeon, Office and Residence, on
- Main atreet. Philomath, Oretptf. .
MISS DEETTA JONER A GRAPTT,4TE .
nune of Pnnlav.il. sn iuu .-
,' Iiii'- ftlni t'lii.rie
6ce iuf ZC, ,
E. H. TAYLOR.
Ib Zierolf building
Op. Post Offi
PHILOMATH AND A.LSEA STAGE
Stage leaves 'Alsea 6:30 a. m.; arrives
xt Philomath at-12 m ; leaves Philo
math 1 p. ni., arrives at Alsea 6:30
'P.m. - All persons wishing to go or
return from Alsea and points west can
be accomodated at any time. Fare to
Alsea $1.00 Round trip same day $2.00.
M. 8. Rigkard. -
P A KLINE, LIVE STOCK AUCTION-
eer, Corvallis. Or. Office at Huston's
hardware store. P. O. address Box 11.
Pays highest prices for: all kinds of
live stock. Twenty years' experience.
Satisfaction guaranteed, f .
WHEN IT COMES TO BUYING
laeds, new-comers in this county will
make na mifltnkn in mnsnltinir .famna
Lewis. Mr. Lewis has been in Benton ; In trite phrase, words can hardly
for 30 vears and not only knows the tell what a valuable affair the tel
county bui the entire valley. ' He hasi-i,-- rt T'i.
beenactively engaged in selling and phone is m the country. Jn the
nnywg uve stocx ana rear estate atror
this time and naturally his judg
ment is sound. He knows soils and
values. His knowledge is worth money
to anybody desiting correct and sincere
information. - 25-7 '
BOOO THOROUGH-BRED PLYM
. oath Rock and Brown Leghorn hatch
ing ergs for sale at $1 per setting, if
- obtained at residence north of Mechan
, ical Hall. These fowls were bred for
- full egg baskets and not for the show
"" room. -"You are invited to inspect the
;'. breeding pens Otto F.-L. Herse, Cor
vallis, Ore. , 21-28
COLLEGE VIEW POULTRY FARM,
Barred Plymouth Rocks, Brown Leg
horns. Eggs, $1.00 per 15, at yards.
; My Barred Rock hens are of the best
laying strain on the coast. I have( add
ed cockerels from Park's world's best
ege strain. Brown Leghorns are good ;
as the best. S. H. Meore, Corvallis.
Utfv ;..'. ' Indp' Phone 555,
THOROUGHBRED BARRED PLYM-
outh Rock Cockerels for sale chenp at
$2.00. J. L Tajlor, at C. & E. cross
ing. -.. -r-' ; : , . '
BARRED ROCK EGGS-STANDARD
matingB, !fl.50 ler,l&: special exhibi-
tiou matings. $3 per 15,-4f you want
the bey. rail o or write W Efnerv. .
Barred Rock Specialist, Corvallis.-23tf
EGGS TOR: HATCHINGCENTERED
7 birjls , at' Corvallis show and wen 3 ; Indeed, I think the world.nt large
Sit1' i second, and 3 third prizes. ! jg ungenerously silent concerning
White Rock eggs $1 for 15 ;S.C. Rhode!,. & X .
Island Reds, eggs from 1st pen, $2.50 i the countless glorious messages of
per 15 ; eges from 2nd pen, fi.50 per sia j
These are prices packed in special box
es for shipping. W. A. Bates, CorvaK
lis, Oregon. - 23-30
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.' MBS. CECELIA ST0W1 i
Orator, Entre Nans Club. ' ;'
176 Warren Avenue, - ? '
Chicago, III., Oct. 22, 1902. .
Fer nearly four vears I suffered
from ovarian troubles. The doc
tor insisted on an operation as the
only way to pet weTl. 1 however,
strongly objected to an operation."
My- husband . felt: disheartened as
well as' I, for home with a sick
woman" is -a disconsolate place at
best. A friendly druggist advised
him to get a bottle of Wine of
Cardui for me to try, and he did so.
I began to improve in a few days and
my recovery was very rapid. With
in eighteen weeks I was another
being. - . . , , ..
Mrs. Stewe's letter shows every'
woman hew a home is saddened by
female weaknes and how completely
Wine of Cardni cores that sick
ness and brings health and happi
ness again." Do not go cm-suffering.
Go to your druggist today
and secure a 1.00 bottln nf Vim
THE CHEERFUL TELEPHONE.
i - Institution. That Coatorflmtw
JCuch. Toward theEiiliTsxunsat-,
... : : .. of Mankind. .. , ... .
In a general summing up of the
numerous mechanical inventions
which contribute largely 'to the
gajety of .nations, the telephone,
it appears, does not fall behind,
says the Indianapolis Journal.
"It just occurred to me the
other day," said a woman in a lit
tle group of club loiterers who
were having a social chat after
the club had adjourned, "that we
do not give the telephone its just
due of praise as a cheer distrib
utor. One hears a good deal, now
and , then,' about the useful tele
phone, the wonderful telephone,
the ; convenient telephone, but
really I have never heard any one
call - it ' the 'cheerful telephone
Perhaps, however, one needs to be
a suburban dweller to realize
what an entertaining and agree
able companion the telephone is
uun winter uaju, . wueu my uus
band was in town and the children
at school, my 'spirits "would some
times flag. Instead of flying to a
quinine pill or a -dose of cut-rate
tonicv-1 ;would simply fly to the
telephone, call up some one of my
treasured . relatives or intimate
friends, either in town or in the
country,, get a little pleasant
sparkle off talk or harmless gos
sip over' the wire, and go back to
my sewing or work refreshed and
braced in mind and body. -
'Unbeknownst,' too, as good
old Sairey Gamp would say, I
often administered the telephone-
cure to my husband and children.
If Henry yawned a good deal in
the evening and didn't seem ' to
care to read, or to talk, I would
say carelessly: , ' .
; " 'Henry, call up George Blankej
and ask how they all are; over
there; '.we; haven't .heard from
them for several days; or, Henry,,
call up your motherland ask how
all the folks are; tell her we want
. ' ,3 : . ,V V
symposiums woum ungnten.uear
old Henry up amazingly. When
- children were5 at home from
. , ... .. ' .- . ,
school with colds, too, the . tele
phone was ouri great comfort.
golden sheer wnicn, day by day,
in every direction, lilt along: tne
- . k. Antarctic CoUL. ; : - .
: Thongh the temperature fell
more than 60 degrees below zero
several times at the place where
observations 'were- 'made,' these
records?' cannot be regarded, as
representing the 'extreme cold in
the antarctic-regions; Greelvand
Perry saw nothing worse than fiO
or 65 degrees below zero, bntn ike
Vpi. ocoii, iney were ciose io jne
i . K ' 6- . :
ciucpi. ,uuriugs me juimuer ;
imonius. , a ne most severe cota on
, r ccuru j lum uuaerreu jd norm -
ern Siberia, well inland, savs the
i New York Tribune. A temnera
jture oi ay Deiow. was: registered a
, few; years ago ;&t .'Werkjohansk.
(For well known astronomical rea-n
sons the winter of the southern
hemisphere is colder than that of
the northern. If a, midwinter ob
servation could be made several
hundred miles from the ocean in
that part of the globe, therefore,
I it is not unlikely that a temper
Jature of fully 100 degree below
zero would be encountered.
In toxica td Wans.' v '
have a great fondness
for overripe fruit, especially
pears, plums and sweet apples.
The sugar, of these-iruits has a
tendencyfto p'aesintd afcind of al
cohol in the ordinary process roqScniOBSer: thinks'they must exist
rotting, and after imbibing large5;
quantities of this liquid the wasps
become outrageously intoxicated.
They crawl away in the grass in a
semi-somnolent condition and re-"
main till, the, effects have passed
oft,' when they will go at it again;'
it 'is while in this condition that
they do; their worst stinging. VA
person..receiving a sting from one.
of these intoxicated wasps will
suffer severely from nerve poison
ing for days. Nature.
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t " " D' -Aftarmath. "v
f Why are you so quiet this eyen
uig, dear'? she asked. ,!AreouJ
tninKing aoout now we pecame en
gaged last night ?'V:
: -? "TfesXhe answered, with-a deem
sigh. "tou. see, I'm perfectly so-J
ber, to-night." Chicago- Daily
THE HOTEL 'FOLDER
Collecting Thee Sotrrsnirs of Torslga -n.
Travel Is Popular -Borne "Beau- -'v :
, Uful Specimens tare ad. ',"
To (iollect hotel folders is:the i
latest fad." Almost all of the big
hotels of Europe., issue booklets :
not only describing the charms ot !
their solons and verandas, but gi -' i
ing many a curious picture and?l
quaint legend of 1 some historic:
scene near by. '-The pictures am .
oftentimes close likenesses to
etchings, and not a few are col
ored, so that on being framed Un
der glass they appear from- the
wall to be water color paintings,
says the .New York Tribune.
The collecting of hotel folders
seems to have all the fascination
which many another f ad was wont
to have before it became worn out.
Instead of gathering together the
postage stamps of ; various na
tions, or theater programmes, or
restaurant menus, many a "col
lector" is now filling his ; scrap
book with pictures of the pleasure
palaces of England and the con-
tinent. . . . . .
. The booklets, which are sent out
gratuitously by European hotels
to , anyone, who. writes for them,
are sometimes as elaborate as art
magazines.. .Hotels in Italy and
Switzerland, for k example, are
likely to illustrate their folders
with pictures of Italian lakes and
bits of Alpine mountain scenery.
The lake pictures are to;. attract
those fond of water, and the pic
tures of the peaks and gorges are
designed to , tempt mountain
climbers. ; Certain . hotels of
France, Belgium, -Holland, ' Ger
many, Austria and Hungary have
a way of weaving legends among
more staia geographical data.
For example a table of statistics
concerning. : railroad rates and
time tables will follow a story of
some brave crusader and his
sweetheart, who became a nun erp:
his return. . The ancient fable will
be made more real by pictures of
a crumbling tower where the; lov
ers first met, or a ruined window
where they bade each other a last
farewell. .: -..- ' .
Hotels in Great Britain reflect
much of the life of city -or county
in their folders. A house will fur
nish along with pictures of its own
corridors and apartments sketchy
es of famous buildings in the
neighborhood, or, perchance,. the
portrait of a famous man who waii
born near the corner.
'Although these booklets cost
the hotels no small sum each year
to publish? and send out broadcast,
' yet the "bread cast on the waters".
is returned . after-many days to a
great enough degree .to bring pro
t. ' Even if, the collector of hotel
folders does not go to all the ho
tels himself which are represented
in .his collection, yet he shows his
prizes te others, who tell still oth
ers about them, so -that manv a
traveler - who . might have , landed
; aimlessly in some-faraway Ku-
ropean city instead goes straignt
to a. certain inn; because ."somer
now n rememDered its name.
, : - Cbi&eM ToasU Teeth.
(; - lulli owuiuoocr ua maw
singular collection of. fossil teeth
from drug stores in various parts
: of China, where they are sold nn-
rler the name of dragonr, teeth,
and are valued for their supposed
curative powers. ' Upon examin
ing them Dr. Schlosser found that
they are the remains of many spe
cies of extinct animals, such as the'
ancestral forms of camels, saber-'
toothed tigers, three-toed, horses
and other creatures ",af ancient
times, some of which, lik'e the an
cestral forms of camels and ante
lopes, were supposed to have had.
their original home' in "America
'and in Africa. . Judging from the
' quantaties of these teeth sold, Dr. -
parts of the
in . some
Kansas City Journal.
' . The Ariatoaracy of Pork.;J . v.
When Theodore Parker first vis-;
ited Cincinnati,' at that time ,7 the
recognised, :. leader .among (west
ern cities, he -said that . he had
made tt great .disco very-rmamely,
that whier the-aristocracy of Cin
cinnati was unquestionably found
ed on-pork; it made a great differ
ence whether a man killed pigs for
himself or whether his father had
killed them. 7 The one was held ple
beian, the other patrician. It was
the' difference,5 Parker said, be
tween the stick 'ems and the stuck
femS; and his own sympathies, he
..ed, vere with the present
tpnre -AtteVnttc.' v .V a '
The Kind Tou Save Always
m u ior ovei r ow years,
-j 'a " sonal
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are bub
-v Experiments that feifle-with and endanger the health of
, Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTpRIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
. . gorie, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
..contains 'neither Opiums Morphine nor other Narcotio
.substance. Its age is its guarantee. - It destroys Worms
, and allays Feverishness.' It cures Diarrhoea' and Wind
. Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It. assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving: healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
In Use : for Over J30T Years. ;
th enmm oommut, tt kihui stkcct, an nm em
Mr. Daffys were Philomath visitors
Fripay. ,',-..; ' ' , "''.(;:
Mrs. Daily is reported to be much im
proved. v . '
"There was a sch6ol"meeting held, Fri
day "evening tojput np notices for school
Mr. Dnffy and viife were Corvallis vis
itors, Wednesday. , - V I
Mr. Daniels finished the new grade on
Mr. Dufiy'8road and it works, well.
V Beaver Creekers enjoyed a terrible rain
and hail storm Wednesday evening. ,
Sherman Gleason was a Corvallis vis
itor Monday evening. ' . -, , r.
- Charles Broomfield passed Monday, en.
ro-ite to hiscabih'. -,-''.'
Mr. Terry Butler was a CoFvallis visi
tor Monday. " V
Mr. Peterson and family made a "visit
to Muddy lastSunday and Monday. '
. Andrew Ireland is visiting his parents
He expects to return to Washington Sat
urday. -' . : ; '' .' .,
( Mr. Winters has Jately been engaged
in making a new garden fence. We wish
we had more such enterprising men as
Mr. Winters. " -."' . v
- We are now enjoying beantifnl March
showeis. The grain and everything is
crowing fine while many frnit trees are
The manufacturers of Royal
Baking' ' Powder have . had 40
years of scientific experience.
Every method of bread"and
cake raising has been exhaus
tively studied in this country and
abroad. t '
t The result is a perfect prod
uct in Royal Baking .Powder.
There is no substitute for it.
The purity and efficiency of
Royal ; Baking Powder have'
been commended by the highest
authorities of the world. N ' .
. These facts m.ean two impor
tant things to all housekeepers :
. .' .j - : x.x
, ' :J first : that Royal Baking1 '
, -, Towddf' Is' healthna and '
.. ' makes wholesome food. I
y ' -.j Second : that Royal Bak-
ing Powder makes food ... .
good to taste. v . . '
Boug - ht. and.
nas Dome tne signature, f t
ueenmaueunaer nls pei
supervision since its infancy. .
, Our Clubbing Lis.
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