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CHEAP ONE JERSEY COW, WORTH
(50, will take $35 if sold within two
Weeks ; one set heavy breeching work
harness, complete, take 25 ; one anvil,
. drill and viee combined, $8; one solid
piece linoleum 12x13 feet, $10. Reason
for selling, going to Idaho. O. H.
Barnell, 909 Jackson St.. between 8
and 9, Corvallis, Or. 44-46
ONE WOODSAW AND JACK, $25;
two goot farm wagons, $25 , two good
covered hacks, $35 and $50 ; new bug
gy and now harness, $65. Every kind
farm implements on hand. It don't
matter what yon want come ' to the
Emplovment Office and save money,
H. M. Stone. 44-52
FOR SALE 400 CORDS MAPLE AND
ash wood, $3 and $3.50 per cord, de
livered latter part of 'Aagttst. Leave
orders at. Abbott's feed barn. Norwood
Tradinu Co., Bruce, Or. 42-68
CORD WOOD FOR 8ALF. CALL UP
No 1 phone, P. A. Kline lice.
: P. A. KWNB.
"STORIES OF OLD OREGON," BY
G. 'A.' Waggoner, will be found on
sale at J. F. Allen's, Corvallis, Or.
CAMERAS, KODAKS, KODAK STJP
plies, a good dark room in the store, at
Graham & Wells. . 4Utl
PAINTS. OILS, VARNISHES, GLASS,
Brushes, full stock of all painters' hup
plies, at Graham & Wei's. 40tf
NEW TIRES PUT ON BABY BTJG
gits and go-carts, at Dilley & Arnold's.
ALL LATE POPULAR SHEET MU-
Bin finitnra MnnHnlins VinliriR. Ac
eordeons. Harmonicas. Musical Goods,
coi rect prices. Call and see them at
Graham & Wells, Corvallis, Or. 40tf
PURE FRESH DRUGS AND MEDI-
cines, some bought dipct from the fac
tory ; Perfumery, Rubber Goods,
Coasbs, Brushes, Stationery, Books,
School Supplies. Druggists' Sundries,
everthins found in a first-class drug
store, atGraham & Wells, Corvallis,
W. E. Yates. Bert Yates.
YATES & YATES,
Law, Abstracting and Insurance.
Both Phones. . Corvallis, Oregon,
E. R. BRYSON ATTORNEY AT LAW.
5Bce in Post Office Building, Corval
J. F. YATES, ATTORNE Y-AT-LAW;
Office First National Bank Buildine.
Only set of abstracts in Benton County
JOSEPH H. WILSON, ATTORN EY-at-Law.
. Notary, Titles, Conveyanc
ing. ' Practice in all State and Federal
, Courts. Office in Burnett Building.
THE FIRST NATIONAL' BANK OF
Corvallis, Oregon, does a general, con
servative banking business. Ic guarded
, safely its customers' banking business
through the panics of the last, two
decades, which merits proper consider
ation. It affords banking privileges at
Imme nm! Hl.ro ul, firl-e!a-P, .not. ex
celled by any institution in the United
States. The 'members' of the Board of
Directors were born and raised in Ben
ton County, except one. and that mem
ber has -esided in the county forty-six
years ine business history of each
is as an open book before the people of
. trie county. Loans to customers solicit
ed, properly secured 40tf
WHEN IT COMES TO BUYING
lands, new-comers in this countv will
make n mistake in consulting James
Lewis. Mr. Lewis has been in Bentnn
. for 30 years and not only Knows the
county Dni trie entire valley. He Has
DPen actively engaged in 'selling and
buying live stock and real estate all ol
this time and naturally his judg
ment is souBd.... He knows soils and
values. His knowledge is worth inonev
to anybody desiiing correct and sincere
i. M. STONE, REAL ESTATE AND,
Intelligence office After 42 years in
BeBton aud Linn counties. I feel iuati
fled in coming before the bome-saekers
of Oregon, and feel that I am com
petent to locate all such as wish to
buy homes here, with judgment and
compet-ency. For 27 years I was a
bridge bunder in isenton, Lane. Polk,
Yamhill and Linn counties. I have
property in the above aamed counties
. to sell, and am thoroughly conversant
with the same. . I ask no exclusive
right of sale and unless property is
sold 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 office,
Kindness and courtesy extinded to all,
Office, South Main, street. Corvallis.
Oregon. Office phone $78, res', phone
.0iUr - lteb,- Corvallis, -Owgo- w-T... - AMr:' lours sincerely, f gr s fnl 7 1 rilKWJfMl
, oertto(Awntblflce. ? , ' .' Writes on Conditions - J G.-Mn,, rrtSi Il U I 1 HM IF IHl
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Ib Zierolf building
t ;orvaJlis.. Oregen.
Opp. Post. Ofli-e.
PHILOMATH AND LSEA STAGE
Stape leaves Alsea 6:30 a.m.; arrives
it Philemath at 12 m; leaves Philo
math 1 p.m., 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. Rickakd.
NEW GASOLINE WOODSAW ALL
orders given prompt attention; short
notice orders solicited. . Good work,
as cheap as anybody. W. R. Has sell,
Ind. phone 835. 44tf.
WOOD SAWING ALL CALLS
promptly and satisfactorily attended.
Living prices and good work. Gaso
lene engine. See W. E. Boddy, Ind.
phone 351. I37ti
WMV STAIGER & F. VANHOOSEN.
Third door north of Hotel Corvallis.
WE ARE HERE TO DO ALL KINDS
of machine work on short notice and
most reasonable prices; casting, repair
ing, building and rebuilding engines,
and various machinery sundries.
. Franklin Iron Works Co.
P A KLINE, LIVE STOCK AUCTION
eer, Corvallis, Or. P. A. Kline Line,
Phone No. 1. P. O. address, Box 11.
Pays highest prices for all kinds cf
live stock. Twenty years' experience.
Satisfaction guaranteed. . ,
B. A. OATHEY, M. D., PHYSICIAN
and Surgeon. Rooms 14, Bank Build
ing. Office Honrs : 10 to 12 a. m , 2 to
t p. m. Residence: cor. 5th and Ad
ams Sts. Telephone at office and res
idence. Corvallis. Oregon.
U. a. ftJSWTH, M. 1).. FHYSIUIA3
and Surgeon, Office an ! Residence, on
Main street, Philomath, Oregon.
Get your school hoots and school
supplies at Graham & Welle.
Just the Thing for Hop-Driers.
Write for Catalogue,
Pacific Pulp Plaster Co.
PHONE MAIN 2362,
517-52V- Chamber of Commerce,
R. M. WADE & CO., Agts., Corvallis.
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Canada, and of every country and civil division on
tbe face of the globe. Also valuable statistical in
formation about each state and connty, giving ths
population of every large city in the wor esides
other valuable information. A handy reference
work for every person; with Corvallis O sua one
year, 2.00. .......
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the publication offered m conjunction with the
Oregon Agriculturist and Rural Northwest. Port
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Oregonian, Portland, Or., W., $L60; 2.5V
Rural Spirit, Portland, Or., Contains a live-stock
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i4Dinc6tt's Hanzin.' Philaiklnhla p. ar
in India. 1 II." " I I II T If il V II II I
(Ceotinaed from last issue1) ; ,
Wheo the christian missionaries first
came to India they were so astonished to
find the singular coincidences in the lives
and teachings of Sree Krishna, Buddha
and Christ, that thev satisfied their
questioning minds by assuming, as Sir
Villiam Jones said, "That the devil,
foreseeing the advent of Christ, orginat-
ed a svstem of religion in advance of
His and just like it."
Readers of history of symbolism know
that the cross as a religions symbol
existed in India ages before Christ was
born. Prof. Wilson, in his celebrated
essay on Swastika, or Cross, which was
read before the Smithsonian Institute,
not only supports tbe theory of migration
of the symbol of Cross from East to
West, but believes . that it migrated
earlier than the 6th century B. C. J can
prove from the historical researches con
ducted by eminent scientists, with facts
and figures, that tbe Word and. Cross
both came from the Indo-Aryan religion.'
Tbe ' main purpose is to show that
Hindus don't find anything new either
in religion or -morality from tbe deep
fundamental principles to the 'ordinary
idea; of religion.' - They are almost all
similar to onr own, and as we are an
older people we feel justified that all that
has come later, being as yet nothing new
and better, we will have nothing to do
with at present. . If anything new comes
off and is denied' by! our native peaple,
surely we ought to be called just what
we are represented today.
It is not my intention here to make a
propaganda in these ques ions unless
anyone wants to find it, but the point is,
I am driven to inform the good people
here what e really are, simply 'because
these people are often told such errone
ous and queer stories by tbe ignorant and
unednca'ed folk who visit pur country.
And, as American people are spending
millions of dollars for carrying on this
sort of work, against which the very
people for whose good it is professed,
protest. Even of those who have been
converted, how many have come to you
and asked you to do this way? On tbe
contrary, sincere well-wishers of India
have been receiving' due help from the
people themselves. Now Jook to Mrs.
iuuie Besant (an English lady), Col.
Olcot (an American); they have been
working for the last SO years, yet they
have not appealed to foreigners for
money nor sympathy. Yet their philan
thropic work is daily gaining ground.
We, young men are coming to you for
education in arts and industries that we
may improve our backward state of
material prosperity and have permanent
effect upon our people.
It is therefore, that when seasons of good
crops come most of the so-called baptised
young and old folk return to their own
Domes and live as they used to live.
When a man is in a hlplesB condiiion
it is against the principles of any chival
ous nation not to speak of chivalrous
christian Itnights to attack him. Now,
whe4 a man whose mind, and intellect is
yet undeveloped and not free -from
ignorance, to ask him to, and try to
.make him, believe in anything, however
good, blindly, is inconsistent with
American freedom and the American
. Bag. ' In view of immense sums of
uiOiey you spend and are trying to spend
annually, without appreciation and with
protest, the matter merits close exam in
Some ignorant people talk to you about
our caste, but this will remain misunder
stood unless you tr to be unpredjudiced
and then , look at it. They say the
Hindu boys do not go to foreign-countries
for fear of losing caste. Now I
isli you U ask u.w .V-
vallis and Portland, How many letters do.
we receive ? Then come and examine
what they contain. All their authors are
anxious to come to your educitional in-
stitaliooB arid sit at the feet of the teach
ers the oncanonized saints of America
-r-and build up their deficiencies and
wants. It is this liberal American educa
tion, practical and scientific, that we
You may hear of the school starteds by
missionaries; I again ask yeu to exam
ine what they teach all, without excep
tion, the old English literature and scrip
tures, purely literary and theoretical.
What can they do with this ? The age is
industrial. But, alas 1 we car not expect it
from England, for "our induftrial develop
ment means' the stoppage of the markets
for; English goods. We looked for assist
a nee in industrial development to the
missionaries, but they say ' they do not
mean Christianity for industry, but for
the gospels of Bible and Scriptures.
Now, dear friend, you cannot spend
your money better than by ependini; it
in our country. But if you want to help
as, and bring true Christianity onto us,
bring and educate those youths right in
you-midst. They will learn more by
your personal, and actual life than by a
thousand years of preaching and mission
ary work. Therefore, it is my purpose
to tell you again and again that if there
be any who are feeling so much for our
people let them assist in educating our
people in your midst. You cannot do
better than .this. , ,H m,
; Furthermore, it will be highly ap
preciated add will do good fpr-ithe peo
pie. Tbe ' money which: you peud, will.
I.TT expressed. II fgAtWL ".V. PI KJlfW U IUI
-.We, your committee to whom was re
ferred the matter of drafting resolutions
to express the thanks of Ellsworth Post,
No. J 9, G. A. K..: to those that paitici
pated in Memorial Day exercises, submit
this as our report: .-
Wherea. the 39 anuiversary of Meno
rial Day has parsed to the rear and the
march of the 40th has commenced, not
only nv the G.. A. R , but by every one
throneh the length and breadth of the
land who has a relative or friend resting
beneath the-little mound in the church
yard;- therefore be it -
Resolved. First, that that the thanks
of, ; Ellsworth, Post G. A. .R., .are
hereby tendered to the M. E. Oburch
for use of their building . where
in to worship on Memorial Day,
Sunday, and to hold oar services on
Memorial Day evening. Second, that
we extend 'the-thanks of the Poet to
Rev. Geo. H. Feese for the strong -and
beautiful sermon delivered for the bene
fit ot tbe , Post on Sunday morning.
Third, to Lieut. Quinlan, - the College
cadets, for , their, v participation in .the
parade to the cemetery,, and to the Col
lege band for their inspiring music, on
the parade and at the church in the
evening.; Fourth, to Prof; Holmes and
the children who took 'part in the ex
ercises and parade, to the merchants for
closing their places of business, and to
the public i j general, that took part in
the services, we thank you. Fifth, we
thank ',B.ev. M. S. Bush; for bis thought
ful and eloquent address in the M -E.
church on Memorial Day evening on the
Cost of Freedom," and to the choirs
f r their beautiful songs, and to all
others that took part in any nay to
make this last memorial the grandest
and best that has ever been held in Cor
vallis by the Post.
Ninth Grade Exercises.
Considering counter attractions
the entertainment bv the ninth
grade pupils of the Corvallis pub
lic school, at the Operaj House
Thursday evening, was well at
tended. Our people are always
interested in matters pertaining
to the public school.
In all ways those participating
acquitted themselves with honors.
The invocation was by Rev.
Hurd; the salutatoriau was Sadie
Bell and Nora Thomson was
valedictorian. The class prophecy
was read by Bertha Cramer, and
there were recitations, instru
mental and vocal solos and duets,
and essays, and other features
all interesting. .
The presentation of diploma
was made by F. L. ' Miller. He
caused considerable amusement
by the statement that since his
election as a school director, three
years ago, he had , been engaged
at odd times on the speech that
he calculated to deliver on this
occasion. But as the time drew
near he found himself unprepar
ed not aloue this, but there
were those on the board who
would steal the honor from him.
Between coping with those' on
the board who would - take from
him the gl ry of presenting the
diplomas to the graduates and
giving due attention to. Buff Or
pington chickens, his speech on
being written out seemed so full
:t chicken that his.i wife . cooked
jit. therefare-cn lhepresent occa
sion he was ; speechless, - but he
was determined to present the
diplomas just the same and he
did;;:'- -. -.,,-. .
During the evening Miss Ma-
belle Bee Keady sang a very nice
solo and was well received! Mrs.
Edwin Green played her: ac
companiment. Additional music
was furnished by Overlander's
; This closed the schools for this
year. . There was, in the work
of the papilsjin the two enter
tainments given i"- by t:eni last
we k, evidence of go d instruc
tion in every details In consider
ation of this fact Prof. - Holmes
and all of his assistants 'should
be pleat-d with the showing
made by their pupils.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, ad
ministratrix of the estate of James M. Wilkinson,
deceased, has filed in the County Court ot Benton
County, State of Oregon, her Final Account as
such administratrix, and that Monday, the 5th day
of June, 1905, at the hour ot two o'clock P. M. has
been fixed liy said Court as a time for bearing of
UUJU.HH1U w nam i epuxb auu Ml. sebbieuiem Ulttreul,
Dated April 21, 1900.
Sarah A: 'Wilkinson.
Administratrix of the Estate of
1 James M. Wilkinson, deceased
-t-Tna robacriptloa price of the Jazttb
M several years has been.' and remains.
12 jper antfoor, or 25 per cent discount if
faid in advance.
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. Vegetable Preparationfor As
similating the Food andBegula
ting the Stomachs arulBovrels of
ness and Rest .Con tains neither
Hot Sailc otic .
Aperfect Remedy- forConsiipa
Worms .Convulsions .Fevcrish
ness and Loss of Sleep.
Facsimile Signature of
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EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
ail Defests of
MATTHEWS, The Optician
Room 12, Bank Buiidlng.
Corvaiiis Rates to
RATE. ; . . . . , One and one-third
qmlx. uh i to . . iiaiiv irom fflav
LIMIT. Thirty ds. but not
Parties ot Ten or More.
For parties of ten or more from one point, (must travel together
on one ticket both ways), party tickets will be sold as follows:
rate. .v. . i, . One fare for the round trmij 1
One fare for the round trin
SALE DATES . . Daily from May 29th to Oct. 15th, 1905,
UMIT.. Ten days,,, ..
Organized Parties of 100 oY More.
.r ur organized parties oi one
n . ji i
day Irom one place, individual
RATE . . . . One fare for the round trip. (' jl
SALE DATES. .Dailv from Mav 29th to Oft. 1W. lOOK. JhJQ Rfl
No stopovers will be allowed
must be used for continuous passage in each direction. ..;
For further information call
W. E. CO MAN,
Baking Powder which makes
the food more digestible and
wholesome. This peculiarity
of Royal has been rioted by
physicians, and they accord
ingly endorsed arid recorh--
For Infant aiid tftildf eni '
The Kind Ybii Have
VMS ccariwm eiiHunA Ml nat errr.
I. A. G00DN0UGH
; MANUFACTURER'S AGENT FOR THE
If you want a first class instrument
at the lowest price for which it can be
sold, consult ks. We never sell our
pianos and organs below cost, but we
do sell a great many for a slight mar
gin above cost. And you pay the
same that your neighbor does. Sam
ples of our goods may be seen by call
i n it o f 1. a r-i m i- n .-. it . T? &1.
street, and door north of ceurt house.
Lewis arid Clark Fair
fare for the round trip,
yth to t let. . l sth 1 90S
later than Oct. 31, 1905.
, . i t ;
nunoreu or more .moving on
tickets will be sold as follows:
on any of the above tickets: thev
i Always Bought
1 Bears the t-
i .. -Via
r1tS Cirrr'TTiTiA ' 'M ll
live For Over
I! Thiriii Ynarc
saw M n rn'if'ffa n n
on J. E., FAR M E R,
v Agent, Corvallis..
rQWrKa COu NEW VOMt.