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About Corvallis gazette. (Corvallis, Benton County, Or.) 1900-1909 | View Entire Issue (April 28, 1905)
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K TO HAUL 160 CORDS OF
Anyone wanting the job, call
i, f-'rra. 34-37.
, n G. !
HlfeHK" i'ASH PRICE PAID FOR
11 kiniK ,1 Poultry also dressed Perk.
8mith Boulden, Corvallis, Oregon,
next to zettk office.
WAlITE oiiO SUBSCRIBERS TO THE
Gazette and "Weekly Oregonian at
$2 55 per year. ' ,
THE HOME SAVINGS BANK CAN
be obtMJned at the First Nalional Bank
Corvallip. Its use encourages habits
of economy and thrift. It '8 an orna
ment tn any household. Write for
Drinted de-wription. 20tf
H.M.STONE. REAL ESTATE AND
Intelligence office After 42 years in
Benton and Linn counties, I feel iusti
fled in -oming before the boroe-saekers
of Oreeon. and feel that I am com.
petent to locate all such as wish to
buy homes here, with judgment and
compeven'-y. For 27 years I was a
- hridue hni'.der In Benton. Lane. Polk,
Yamhill and Linn counties. I have
propertv in the above named pounties
fat sell, and am thoroutjhlv conversant
with the same. I ask no exclusive
right of ea'e and unless property is
sold by me I ask no pay. Parties
wishing to employ help or if looking
for a DOBitioo. will find it a conven
ience : t nhone or call at the office.
Kindness and courtesy extended to all,
Office. South Main street, Corvallis,
Oregon. . Office phone 378, res. phone
ONE GOOD WORK MARE. GENTLE,
weight abont l.SOO. For further par
ticulars inquire ot Thos. Bonlden or at
Gazette office. . - oof
A FRA SETTINGS BRAHMA EGGS
for eale ; 75c per 13, Ivan Tottn, Cor
vallis, Or., R.F. D. No. 2. 35-37
THE "VAPOR BATH CABINET" FOR
sale at Graham & Wells, with printed
. ineti actions for administering the oath
at home, to cure numerous ailments
without use of medicine internally.
Applications can ba made at pome
without aid of experts. Try one, the
price is small. - -
NEW TIRES PUT ON " BABY BTJG
gies and go-carts, at Dilley & Arnold's.
SHORT ON PERTJNA BUT LONG
on Prunes. Italian Prunes. 50 IK
boxes, $1.50. Come quick.
. F. L. Miller.
FOR SALE TWELVE YOUNG SHORT
horn milch cows, bred from oii'k
strains on both sides ; olo short-horn
bull ; one Jersey bull ; registered Poland
China hogs, male and female. Address
M. 8 Woodcock, Corvallis, Ore, 23tf
WM. STAIGER & F. VANBOOSEN,
TkirI Ar north of Hotel (JorValliR.
" 32. f
J. F. YATES, ATTORNEY-ATLAW.
Office First National Bank Building
Only set of abstracts in Benton C6unty
w. e. yates, r .. .
. THE LAWYER, - ,
Both Phones. CORVALLIS, OR.
E. R. BRYSON ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office in Post Office Building, Corval
lis, Oregon. .': s . s ,. . v
JOSEPH H. WILSON ATTORNEY-
t-T.nw. Notarv Tith. Onvevanr
in. Practice in all Ktat- fid Federal
Courts. .. Office in Bnrnett BuiUMns;.
PIANO INSTRUCTION OlVEN IN
any grade of advancement. Als
pianos tnned and repaired in fiist-class
manner. Ind. phone No. 405. F. A
OCCIDENTAL HOTEL, CORVALLIS.
Oregon. Good, clean cooking; clean
beds, and rooms well ventilated ; first,
class service; splendid facilities to ac
r commodate the public. Across the
' street from First National Bank. 23tf
R. A. OATHEY. M. D.. PHYSICIAN
and Surgeon. Rooms 14, Bank Boild-
ins. Office Hours: 10 to 12 a. m . 2 to
4p.m. Residence: cor. 6th and Ad
ams fits. Telephone at office and res
idence. Corvallis, Oregon,
L.'.H. KEWTH, M. D., PHYSICIAN
and Sturgeon, Office anA Residence, on
Main street, Philomath, Oregon.
MISS DEETTA JONES, A GRADUATE
nnrse of Portland Banitarium six
irnara' a-rnArionee. Private oatienta.
Independent phone No. 834. Tost of
fice box 247. . 12tf
Gazette Bell phone No 341.
TAYLOR. DMTIST. FAM.
less extraction. Is Zierolf ovlldiaf
Opsv Post Ofli . 4J.irva.ui. Otskmb.
PHILOMATH AND LSEA STAGE
Staei leaves Alaea 6:3i a. m ; arrives
t Ptiiiemath at 12 m; leaves Philo
math I p. di., Hrrivea at Alaea 6:30
p. m. All persons winhing to go or
return from Alsea and points west can
be accomodated at any time. Fare to
Alsea $1 0. Round trip -tame dav $2.00.
M 8 Rickakd.
P A KLINE. LIVE KTOOK AUCTION-
eer, Corvallis, Or Office at Huston's
hardware store. P. O. address Box 11.
Pays highest prices for all kinds of
livestock. Twenty years' experience.
WHEN IT COMES TO BUYING
lands, new-comers in this county will
make ne mistake in consulting ' James
Lewis. Mr. Lewis has been in Benton
for 30 Tears and not only Knows the
county Mn the entire valley. He has
been actively engaged in veiling and
buying live stock and real estate all ot
this time and naturally his judg
ment is sound. He knows soils and
values. His knowledge is worth money
to anybody desiring correct and sincere
BARRED ROCK EGGS STANDARD
matings, $1 50 per 15; special exhibi
tion matingo. $3 per 15. If you want
the bett. call on or write W G. Emerv,
Barred Rock Specialist, Corvallis. 23tf
433. -Indeendeni pi. one No
Get your school bookB and school
supplies Graham & WellP.
Sherman Gleason .was a Philomath
visitor last Saturday. '.
Mr. '. Weed, of Philomath,
through, en route to his brother's
claim.- , ;-- . -.- , ..:'-
Geo Hocharria. of Mountain View,1 was
visiting at J. S. Ireland's last Sunday. .
. Cha?, Penman, -of. Monmouth,., came
np last Monday and will remain on bis
;.imb"r "Mt lif'oflultely,. . ,v.v. ..'-y,
Mr. Duffy has been getting out gome
fine posts for Pete R'u kard,
Mr. Stevens sold a very fine colt to
tin Slerr Bro., of 3'uldy, a few days
LIGHTNING PHOTOS EASY.
Good Pictures Kay Be Obtained, But
Care and Patience Are Very; ' '
XssentiaL ' . '
Any boy or girl who has a camera and"
a- good stocK or patience may secure a
photograph of lightning. ' The patience
is needed in waiting for the lifchting '
When a thunder shower comes at night
keep a sharp lookout for an opportunity
to secure your picture. ' You cannot get
a picture of l!g!stri?T,iliirf ng every thun
der stirm. Clouds or a heavy down
pour or rain often conceal tne nasn
from view and we have "sheet light
ning." It is useless to photograph this;
but you may by its light get an Interest
ing picture of the landscape. - When the
sharp, "chain lightning" comes select a
window from which you can see it well
or, if it Is not raining, go out. of doors
and set the camera on the tripod focused
as for a distant view and pointed toward
that quarter of the heavens In which the
lightning Is rn"-t -"icnt The dia
phragm should be set to tv" 'nrgest
open::.? '" 't Is f f r " tc. the slide
drav and th !er- v:rroT",,r"" s for a
time exposure. Then follow a wait of
one, two. fl' e or even JO rnir.utes. until
a bricht fh cornea withlr -tn 5eH'r'
view of the raTrora. whe- the lightning
takes its owr picture. Then cover the
lens, push in the slide and your are ready
to try again on a fresh plate.
MANY WATER DRUNKAkT.
Thousands of Ken Attempt to 8t&v
Off Het hy Aqua Pnra System
Ad "Get the Habit."
"Do yon see that man across the
street?" asked the doctor of a Philadel
phla Press man. "Well, he Is. in many
ways, a most estimable person. He is,
attentive to his business and success
ful at it; he is a leader in his church;
he is a good husband and father;- he
doesn't smoke and never touches alco
holic liquor. And yet that man he
doesn't know it, but it's true Is a
drunkard. How can that be? Ill tell
you. - He's a water drunkard.. Fafct. At
this time of year there are Tots of them
who. never suspect It As the Season
grows' hot they get 't- drinking more
and more Ice water and at last they lit
erally 'get the habit,'': They can't "get
along without the pleasant shock which
is given their system every time they
dump into their , heated stomachs a
glass or two of ice-cold Water. It means
the. end of their digestions; it upsets
their nerves and It rijins their tempers,
"but they like the effect Just as the or
dinary drunkard likes the effects of
alcohol and so they "must have. It
I'Water drunkards, that's what I call
them, and there are thOUsandsDf' them
POISON CHOLERA VICTIMS.
Heroic Xaun Fractioed la BtMOos
; Ayr to Check Spread ot .
' Disease. :
"Some years ago I found mysell
in the city of Buenos Ayres at a
time when the cholera was raging
in that capital," said D. J. Aur
buckle, of New OrleanB, to a
Washington Post man.
It happened that as I walked
along a public thoroughfare one
dav while the plague was at its
. neight I saw a man fall to the
ground, and I surmised that he
had been stricken with the dread
disease. Before reaching him 1
noticed a policeman approach the
unfortunate and administer a
drink to him from a bottle which
I had no doubt contained a restor
ative or some kind of medicine
At the same time the policeman
blew his whistle for an ambu
- '-'The vehicle came very quickly,
and yet before it arrived the mas
.was dead, and it was a corpse that
was removed. -I remarked to the
officer that the medicine had beeu
of no avail. 'Certainly not, senor,
he answered, 'it was not medicine
I gave him, but a deadly poison
That is the way we have to do now
to check the spread of the chol
era. Besides, the man would have
"I never experienced a deeper
deling of horror in my life vand
'ooked on the policeman in the
Mjjht of a murderer. Yet he doubt
'ess. regarded what he had done as
in the nature of a disagreeable ne
cessity, and, politely bidding me
adios, went his way."
FAMOUS ROYAL GRAPEVINE.
Grows in the King's Gardens at Wind
. sor, England, and Is 129
While, in these days of widelv
diffused knowledge in relation to
die production of grapes, raan
persons find it difficult to obtaiu
well ripened clusters from com
paratively young vines, it is ex
tremely interesting' to refer to r
great vine planted 129 years ap
?.nd 'bearing a cfdp of soine 1,000
bunches, the berries finely devel
oped ?vnd as Maek as sloes.
This grand old ine, says ' the
Gardeners' Magazine, ii growing
in the Cumberland lodge portion of
the royal gardens at W indsor,
and is known as the Cumberland
lodge vine. It is one of the de
scendants of the famous vine at
Hampton court, which was plant
ed 139 years ago, and it has outdis
tanced its venerable parent in d;
mens ions, in vigor and in proauc
tiyeness. Occupying a great glass
structure 120. feet long by 20 feel
wide, it spreads its luxuriant
branches oyer a roof areti of 2,40(
feef,v which is fully one-third
greater than the area of the house
occupied by its venerable parent
at Fasipton court.
For so large a vine 1,000 bunch
es, weigmng in tne aggregate
1.500 pounds, is not bo heavy a
crop, but tne grapes are in every
way befitting the. royal table, and
to overtax the strength of ao old a
vine would be unwise.
VACATION AFTER BIG SALE.
'Idn In Eoldl!-"" TTn:f '"''-i?r?
to Be a Veteran, Enjoj s it e nan '
. Wares Are &ld.
There is one person at least who
does not agree with Russell Sage
in his theory that vacation is un
necessary. A man with a wooden
leg and wearing a soldier's uni
form stood for a long time in Park
Row selling guide books ad Wtape
of Greater New York to strangers
from out of town. He gaiedome
celebrity because f tlfe 'efforts of
a policeman new the 'beat to
oust him from iifa tand, relates
the, New York T5fBttes.
"Sure voa'sce mo soldier; you're
only d fake," "declared the guardi
an of the peace.
, , 'Thl a. soldier all right, and
don't yen f orgit it. I lost me leg
in the Spanish war and Tve me pa
pers ffo ipvtuve it," stoutly protest
ed the vendor of guide books.
The bystanders at once took the
side 'of the veteran who could
"show his papers," and the police
man teased to molest thim. He
soon disposed of all his stock in
trade to the sympathizing crowd,
and the following day the hotly
contested spot was occupied by a
man in citizen's clothes.; ; v
.; '.'Where's'the soldier?" inquired
one of his yesterday's customers.
"Oh, he's gone on his vacation,"
was the unexpected repljr of the
substitute. ' ' .J '
After the Office:
All good guessers are eiven
opportunity for prophesying who
will be the next postmaster in
Alsea. W. H. Malone has been
heretofore, but as he has chang
ed, his residence to Portland a
successor is to be appointed. '
There are two prominent candi
dates mentioned for the place.
Manfred Seits and Geo. T. Ver
non. Manfred Seits is in the
general merchandising business
over there, while Mr. Vernon
is in charge of the central office
of the various lines of telephones
that meet in the valley.
We are informed that if select
ed for the position of postmaster
Mr. Vernon will build or rent a
building suitable for the combin
ation of postal and telephone
businesses. Mr. Seits, should he
be chosen postmaster of Alsea,
will keep the postal business in
connection with his store. It
would be a trade winner for Mr.
Seits and for this reason the op
position store (W. H. Malone's)
is not assisting Mr. Seits to speak
of in his effort to secure the
While Mr. Malone has taken
up his residence in Portland it is
said to be his intention to con
tinue his general merchandising
business in Alsea. . The post-
office pays its master about $200
Itt Sanders went to Albany Friday on
Harry St Clair is soon to leave for Or
A. R. Brabham recentlv lost one of his
The M. W. A. team, of this place, is to
go to Juuction;Monday night, April 24th,
to organize a camp at that place.
Mrs. Martin accompanied her sister,
Mrs. Frank, to The Dalles recently; She
has spent the winter here.' -
Considerable' plowing has been done
on each sidle of the road north, of town.
Mr, and. Mrs. . Armstrong, visited Sun
day at the home of D. II. Le Master.
There will he a dance given here Fri
day pight, April 28th, in Carpenter's old
store. . ... . . . . ' , ! '
J. W. WalterSj of Bellfountain, was in
Miss Elsie Darneille returned to Eu
gene Sunday after a short visit at home
Mrs. Mary Bickard is slowly improv
ing in health. She has been ill with
George wilhelm, of Junction,, visited
in Monroe Saturday and Sunday.
Fritz Schlie haa been looking around
the past few days-for a farm. He has
sold his place east of here and bargained
for a place near TSln ira, but,' the, man
went back on him.
Ted Hin ton is aeain at home He
spent the winter in the mines.
Born, to thn- wife of William Morris,
Saturday morning, April 22, 1905, a hoy
, Born, at the home of P. F. " Altermatt,
to the wif of Mr. Fowley, of Shaoiko,
Saturday evening,. April 22, 1905, a girl.
Elmer Goff went to Jefferson, Sunday,
to visit old acquaintences. .
Mr. and Mrs. S.' P. Laurenson were
vieitirg ai the Wyatt home, Sunday.
D. Turner, of LewiaviUe. was here,
T""day, and srM to Jamps Johnson
nice drivinjr iai, ' -r'iTV.'C:
Lewis Berry, of Albany, passed threugh
this part Thursday, with a fine drove of
hegB for the Portland market.
Frank Ryalb and family, of Crabtree
spent Sunday at the old homestead.
Clyde Williamson, of OAC, came down
and spent Sunday with his parents.
Mrs. Nettie Sparkf, of Plain view Linn
county, returned home, Tuesday, after
spending a few days visiting with her
mother, Mrs. Ctn Vanderpool, of Wells
Dell Baker, of Sulphur, was through
this part, Tnefdav, looking after stock.
N. Hanson left for Salem the fore part
of i he week. He is looking for a farm
and thought he might find cheaper prop
erty around the Capitol city.
Mr. and Mrs. C Anthony spent Sun
day with their daughter, Mrs. Col well
of Riverside. ' ' .
Superintendent Altermatt has begun
road work; he ha i several teams grading
this week and expects to begin graveling
as soon' as he gets the proper grading
done. ' ,
Henry Karsteins and his sister, Miss
Pauline, spent Sunday with relatives at
L. Edwards, of Kings Valley, spent
few days visiting at the home of his sis
ter, . Mrs. Martha Cady. : He returned
home, Monday. ...
Dr. Hodges and wife, of Albany, were
visiting relatives near Wells, Sunday.
Vegetable Preparalionfor As
ting the Stoinaclis andBowels of
Aperfecl Remedy f orConslipa
fion , Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions .Fcverish
ness and Loss OF Sxj:ep.
Fax Simile Signature of
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPED.
A Thousand Dollar's Worth
"I have been afflicted with kidney and
uiauuer irouDie ior years, passing gravel
or stones with excruciating pain," says
A. H. Thurns, a well known coal
of Buffalo, O. "I got no relief from medi
cine until I began taking Foley's Kidney
urc, uien tne result was surpnsiug. A
few doses started the brick-dust-like sub
stance, and now I have no Bain across mv
kidneys : and I feel . like a new man,- It
has wdone- me .$1000 worth cf good."
Foley's Kidney. Cure will cure every
form of. kidney or bladder disease. . Sold
by' Graham & Wottlifirs. , . .
In the County Court of the State of Oreeen for
the County of . Ben toa . .
In the matter of tho estate i
of . y
William Kriens,!. deceased)
To Annie Carneeie and Carl Kriens. heirs at
law of William Kriens. deceased. GREETING:
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON,
yoa are hereby cited and required to appeal in the
Couuty Court of the State of Oregon for the coun
ty oi uenton at tne court Koom tnereoi at cor
vallis. Oregon, in the County of Benton on Tues
day the 6th day of June A. D. 1905, at 16 o'clock in
the forenoon of said day then and there to show
cause if any exist why an order of sale should not
be made as prayed tor in tne petition of w. E.
Yates administrator of said estate of William
Kriens, decta?ed, of the following described real
xne norm naif 01 tne tract ot iana aescnoea
as follows: Beginning .at the 8. C corner of
. L. C. of C. P. Blair. Claim No. 57. Sections
25, 26, 35 and 36 T. 12 S. R. 6 West, Wl. Mer.
ineuee run nortn 4S cDRins to tne in. u. corner
of said claim, thence. West along North bound
ary line of said claim IS 60 chains, thence
3oiuh 43.U0 tnains to souwern boundary oi
said claim, thence East 18.60 chains to placelof
beginning,. containing 40.00 acres. All of the
aoove aescnoea. property oemg in eeuton
You are further notified that this citation is
served npon yoa and each of you by publica
tion thereof in the "Coryallis, Gaxette" news
paper for four weeks' under and order made by
ihe Hon. Virgil . Waiters, judge of the said
conrt bearing date April 14th. 1905. -
. Witness, the Hon. Virgil E Watters,-judge
of the County Court of th State of Oreeou
'or the County of Benton, with the Real of the
said county affixed, this 14th day of April, A. D.
e Attest: ' TlctorP. Moses.
' . . : Clerk.
Men Past Sixty in Danger.
More than half of mankind over sixty
years - ot age saner . Irom kidney
and bladder disorders, usually enlarge
ment of prostate glands. This is both
painful nna dangerous, and foiey s JK.H1-
nev tttic w.ov.iii lt-"kei! at the nrl s:-
of danger, as it corrects irregularities and
has cured many old men ot th .s -disease.
Mr. Rodney Burnett. Rck. IVrt. Jlo .
writes: "I suffered with enlarged pros-
tnti crlnurl anil tidnv rroiihle for vears
and after taking two toul
Kidney Cure 1 feel letter
than 1 hav
for twenty years, altnougu
91 years old." Sold by
I am now
There is a quality in Royal
Baking Powder which makes
the food more digestible and
wholesome. This peculiarity '
of Royal has been noted by
physicians, and they accord
ingly endorse and recom
mend ; it. ,
SOYAjl SAKIMQ PSWOEIt cou. new wm
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
mm. mkw York omr.
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LOO. . . '
Last Hope Vanished.;
When leading phyeiciaus said that W. .
M. Stnithart, of Pekin la., had incurable -consumption,
hit last hope vanished;,,
but Dr.' King's New' Discovery for Con--.
vn:p ii'i,- Coughs and Cold", kept himi..
oi, in hin giave'. ' He (: Tlii jj e
pecinc coinplelely cuied me, ai,d i-HVed-my
life. . Si-ce the- , I have used it for
over 10 yenr--, and coopidered it. a marvel- -
ih Oil and lung cute." St.uctly-
1 fCicmmc cu-e ior ceugn, oo-e in'o.iB
- - ' -OIQ . u e paevenuve oi ri eumonia
iture A r
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Graham & t Allen & Woodwuid's-drug t-lorer Trtl
i bo tie free. .
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