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About Corvallis gazette. (Corvallis, Benton County, Or.) 1900-1909 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 6, 1905)
CLASStFitU - AUVtKilStMENIS
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additional words. cent a word.for.each
For all advertisements over 25 words,
let per word for the first insertion, and
J ct per word for each additional inser
tion. Nothing inserted for less than 25
Lodge, society and churcU notices,
Other than strictly news matter, will be
OAK GRTJB WOOD. CHEAT AND
vetch hay satisfaction guaranteed.
T. A. Logsdon, Phone 55 Mt. View
Line. - 75tf
ALL WOOD HANDLED BY THE
undersigned is now in this city and has
been placed in the hands of the Citv
Transfer Company for sale. Norwood
NEW TIRES PUT ON BABY BUG
gies and go-carts, at Dilley & Arnold's.
J. F. YATES. ATTORNE Y-AT-LA W.
Office First National Bank Building.
Only set of abstracts in Benton County
E. R. BRYSON ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office in Post Office Building, Corval-
P. L. Miller went to Portland,
Wednesday, to attend the poultry
exhibit held in connee ion with the
Lfwis and Clark Fair. J. M.
Port- r went to the metropolis yes
terday to attend the poultry ex
hibit. Miller will look after quite
a liitle exhibit sent down by local
fanciers. Following is a list of ex
hibitors from this city: F. L. Mil
ler & Son, 8 Buff Orpinuioiis and 2
Buff Leghorns; J. M. Porter, 2 Sil
ver Penciled Wyandoti pullets; W.
A. Bates, 3 Rhode I-lnnd Reds;
Dr. Lester, hen and puilet, White
Wyandott. The local exhibit was
sent to the Fair, Wednesday.
Take The Gazette for -all the
S iciety invitations and wedding
announcements are constantly
changing in styles of type faces and
form. Have them printed neatlv
and up-to-date at the Gazette
Wednesday evening about 6
o'clock occurred the death of C. M.
Smith at his home west of this
city a mile or so. Last spring he
suffered a parallytic stroke, and
while getting better, he suffered a
second stroke a few days ago, the
result of which was fatal. Mr.
Smith is survived by a wife and six
children. He was nearly 50 years
of age. Funeral services will be
held at the family residence this
morning and interment will be
mad in Odd Fellows cemetery.
JOSEPH H. WILSON, ATTORNEY-at-Law.
Notarv. Titles. ConveyanC'
ine. Practice in all State and Federal
Courts. Office in Burnett Building.
P A KLINE, LIVE STOCK ATJCTION-
eer, Corvallis, Or. P. A. Kline Line,
Phone No. 1. P. O. address, Box 11
Pays highest prices for all kinds of
live stock. Twenty years' experience.
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated
ttoney and lar as a throat and lung rem
edy, and on account of the great merit
and popnlanty of Foley's Honey and
Tar many imitations are offered for the
senuine. Ask for Foley's Honey and
Tar and reiuse and substitute offered as
no other preparation will give the same
satisfaction. It is mildly laxative. It
contains no opiates and is safest for
children and delicate parsons. Graham
Back to the Farm.
WANTE 0 500 SUBSCRIBERS TO THE
Gazette and Weekly Oregoman a
$2.55 per year.
E. H. TAYLOR, DENTIST. PAIN
less extraction. In Zierolf building
Opp. Post Office. Corvallis, Oregen.
Cheap Sunday Rates Between
Portland and Willamette
Low round trip rates have been placed
n effect between Portland and Willam
ette Valley points, in either direction.
Tickets will be sold!
SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS,
and limited to return on or before the
Rate to oh Fkom Corvallis, $3.00.
Call on Southern Pacific Co's Accents
Don't Borrow Trouble.
PHILOMATH AND &.LSEA STAGE
Stage leaves Alsea 6 :30 a. m. ; arrives
t 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 $1.0 J Round trip same day $2.00.
M. S. Rickaed.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
MAKES LOANS on approved security
i and especially on wheat, oats, flour,
wool, baled hay, chittim bark, and all
other classes of produce, upon the re
ceipt thereof stortd in mills and public
warehouses, or upon chattel mortgages
and also upon other classes of good se
curity. DRAFTS BOUGHT AND SOLD upon
the principal financial centers of the
United States and foreign countries,
thus transferring money to all parts of
the civilized world.
A CONSERVATIVE general business
transacted in all lines of banking.
B. A. OATHEY, M. D., PHYSICIAN
and Surgeon. Rooms 14, Bank Build
ing. Office Hours : 10 to 12 a. m , 2 to
4 p. m. Residence: cor. 5th and Ad
ams Ste. Telephone at office and res
idence. Corvallis, Oregon.
C. H. KEWTH, M. D., PHYSICIAN
and Surgeon, Office an J Residence, on
Main street, Philomath, Oregon.
R. D. BURGESS, M. D.
Office over Blackledge Furniture Store.
Office hours : 10 to 12 and 3 to 5. .
MISS DeETTE JONES.
Trained nurse Ind . Phone 234. 82-90
3053 F ANION 34473 WILL BE AT
Monroe Childers' plnoe now. 12 miles
south of Corvallin; anvbodv wishing to
breed mares this fall will find the
horse there. SO-St
Presidential Election Will
No matter what candidate is elected,
- Foley's Honey and Tar will remain the
people's favorite remedy for coughs,
colds, and incipient consumption. It
cures colds quickly and prevents pneu
monia. A. J. Nusbaum, Batesville, ina
writes; "I suffered for three months with
a severe cold. A druggist prepared me
some medicine and a physician pre-
om-ihed for me. vet Idid not improve.
then tried Foley's Honey and Tar and
niVht doses cured me." Graham &
It is a bad habit to borrow anything.
but the woist thina you can possibly bor
row is trou Die. When sick, sore, heavy,
weary and worn-out by the pains and
poisons of dyspepsia, bilionsnese, Brights
disease, and similar internal disorders,
don't sit down and brood over your
symptoms but fly for relief to Electric
Bitters. Here you will find sure and
permanent forgetfulnesa of all your
troubles, and your body will not be
burdened bv a load of debt disease. At
Allen & Woodward's drug store. Price
most fatal of all dis-
KIDNEY CURE Is a
or money refunded. Contains
remedies recognized by emi
nent physicians as the Best for
Kidney and Bladder troubles.
PRICE 50c and $1.00.
How often we read of the
yearnings of citv people for the
country, but seldom read such
reasons for this great desire as are
advanced bv a writer in Maxwell
Talisman, as follows:
People flock to the cities today,
and stay there, not so much be
cause they like to, as because
they must. Before the inexor
able conditions that dominate
men in an industrial age, they
are as helpless as chips carried
by a great torrent, and the coun
try man who drifts to the city is
like the twig that is washed from
the soil far inland or swept by
the current into a great ocean. A
multitude of people of small
means, and not owning land, are
now in the cities, not because
they find the city more agreeable,
but because circumstances force
them there. Apparently in each
case there is an immediate cause,
but careful observation will show
that there is one great underlying
cause of all the migrations from
country to city. There is a great
force from which no man is free,
that carries away a definite per.
centage of the people to replenish
the cities, which with each new
growth acquire the power of
absorbing and blighting still
more lives. It is not only that
the city attracts; the country re
pels. This is why there has been
so little response to the cry of
"Back to the Land!" 1 As long
as it continues impossible for the
people to eet back to the land
they will stay where they are: in
the cities. The. country pro
duces people and thrusts them on
the cities, but never takes them
back. The reason is to be found
in the relative opportunities offer
ed to the wage earner.
Opportunity is the gate to the
cities and lack - of opportunity is
the unsurmountable barrier that
excludes a great number of the
people from the boon of country
life. However much the wage
earner may yearn for the freedom
and pure air of the country,
his only opportunities are in the
city, and there he must stay. A
limited number of people can
live in the country as farmers;
the rest of our population must
forever depend on work in the
cities or towns for a livelihood.
If we are to preserve the vigor
of the race, we must provide tor
the health and happiness of these.
It matters not how much room
we have left in the country, if
the man who wants to go to the
country finds it impossible to get
there. We can only get the
wage earner back to the land by
getting the factory and office
back to the land and there re
placing the tenement by homes
on the land. Every clerk and
factory operative who so desires,
should be enabled to buy a home
acre convenient to his. work.
Rural life, within the reach of
every wage earner, would place
modem industrialism on a sound,
social and moral foundation that
it has heretofore lacked. ' The
menacing problems of present
day congested city life will
vanish before the' wage earner's
fireside and home-p-arden of the
future. And not until modern
industrialism has been adjusted
in this way to the needs ot a
healthy moral development of the
factory people will the democracy
of our forefathers have permeated
the industrialism of later gener
pointed to this work, preached at Simp
son chapel last Sunday. There is some
doubt as to his taking the work on ac
count of school privileges.
The Alpine school commenced last
Monday with Miss Pearl Hammer, as
J. H. Walters is in Lane county with
his donkey engine logging for his son,
Fred, who owns a fine mill at Almira.
Wm Sloper, of Staylon, Or.-, has been
boring a well for Van Dodge.
The cool, damp weather is starting the
grass to grow.
Charley Armstrong and cousin are at
present working in the Strong saw mill
Pablic school began last Monday at
Beaver Creek school house with Mr. G.
A. Peterson as teacher and a good attend
ance of scholars.
Mrs. Wm. Parks, who has been quite
ill the past few weeks, - is able to be
Harold Bond, late of Halsey, visited
friends in Beaver Creek a few davs last
Columbus Weed went to Philomath
last Friday, where he expected to meet
his daughter who is here on a visit from
u. Li. ana ,aeo. vv inters have just re
turned from baling W. W. Ireland's
hops at Philomath.
Mr. Winters operates one of the best
equippedfbailers in Benton county.
Luther Woodruff was a visitor
Beaver .CreeK one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith, of Philomath,
visited with Mr. and Mrs. Daniels and
family last Sunday.
Mr. Weed and daughter, aad two
nieces spent a pleasant day last Sunday
at Mr. Weed's homestead.
Miss Maggie Daniels accompanied her
grandmother to her home in Stayton,
where she will enter the high school.
Just the Thing for Hop-Driers.
Write for Catalogue.
Pacific Pulp Plaster Co.
- PHONE MAIN 2362
517-521, Chamber of Commerce,
R. M. WADE & CO., Agts., Corvallis.
Full of Tragic Meaning.
are these lines from 3. JB. Simmons, of
Casey, la. Think of w hat miglit have
resulted from his terrible cough if he had
not taken the medinine about which he
writes: "I had a fearful cough that dis
turbed my night's rest. I tried every
thing, but nothing would relieve it, un
til I took Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, Cocghs and Colds, which
completely cured me." Instantly re
lieves and permanently cures all throat
and lung diseases; prevents giip and
pneumoDia.sa At Allen & Woodward,
druggist ; guaranteed ; 50c and $1. Trial
bottle free. .
The public school opens next Monday
the 9th, with Prof Mack and Miss Raider
The Bellfountain telephone Co. ' held
its annual meeting last Monday night.
L. H. Starr and wife, of Albany, are
visiting their people here.
Wayn Starr, of Southern Oregon, with
his family, is at the home of his father,
S. C. Starr. .
Almost daily some one returns from
wet-It spant at the F.iir. All ueem richly
reuaU f'ir the time and expense of t he
trip. Truly we live in a great country
Last week Mrs. Walters iolU to a man
from Spokane her 180 acre farm. The
price was $4,1)00. V
Rev. Alfor t, the M. E. minister ap-
List of Awards.
Judge Watters has just received notifi
cation of the following list of awards
rnade'to Benton county exhibitors at the
Lewis and Clark Fair :
E. E. Raber Surprise wheat in sheaf
and gram; gold medal.
Dick Kiger Defiance wheat in sheaf
and grain; gold medal.
H. S. French Mohair and Cotswold
wool; silver medal.
Roy Rickard Tracv wheat ia straw
Oregon Agricultural College Collect
ive exhibit of grains and grasses; gold
AugustlFischer Rye, in grain; bronze
W. A. Bates White spring oats in
grain; gold medal.
W. J. Kent Bailey wheat in sheaf;
gold medal. i
John Fryatt Cotswold. wool; silver
F. R. Barnes Cotswold wool; silver
Air. Rather Merino wool ; silver medal.
D. B. Farley Merino wool; bronze
H. L. French Collective exhibit of
grains and grasses; gold medal.
j cm fad; -j
The Kind You Have Always Rougltt, ami xrt&uh. has been,
in use for over JO years, nas torno the signature of
and has been made under his per-
C&jC&ffirtjfts- 60nal supervision since its infancy.
vae7jr. -cacak, Allow no ono to deceive! you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-g-ood" are but
Experiments that trifle Avith and endanger the health off
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.
at is CASTOR I A
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing- Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcoti
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething1 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
Bears the Signature of
The EM You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THE CENTAUR COMPANY. TT MURRAY STREET. NEW YORK CITV.
Corva.l.s Rates to Lewis and Clark Fair
Over Southern Pacific Railroads.
RATE. One and one-third fare for the round trip. '
SALE DATES. .Daily from May 29th to Oct. 15th, 1905.
LIMIT . .Thirty ds. but not later than Oct. 31, 1905.
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 One fare for the round trip.
SALE DATES.. Daily from May 29th to Oct. 15th, 1905. $2.60
LIMIT..'. Ten days. )
Organized Parties of 100 or More.
For organized parties of one hundred or' more moving on one
day from one place, individual tickets will be sold as follows:
RATE One fare for the round trip. (,
SALE DATES.. Daily from May 29th to Oct. 15th, 1905. $2.60
LIMIT Ten Days. (
No stopovers will be allowed on any of the above tickets; they
must be used for continuous passage in each direction.
For further information call on J . E . FA R M E R ,
W. E.'COMANK Agent, Corvallis.
GenM, Pas. Agt., Portland.
Last Monday taxea not paid became
delinquent. In this county there is- not
a large delicquetiey this year, in fact,
as the years roll by the delinquent list in
Benton county becomes smaller and
smaller. Sheriff Burnett estimates that
at present the delinquent list is approxi
mately $4,700, which is very smalK
Every day some party shows up at the
sheriff's office and pays not only their
taxes, but the penalty that is added on
acoonnt of their delinquency. On this
account our sheriff is of the opinion that
when the delinquent tax list is ready for
publication, some time in December
next, taxes will have been paid until the
list will have dwindled from $4,700 down
to a $1,000 or $1,500.
Taxes on timber claim in this county
are unpaid to the tune of several thousand
dollars. This is clearly understood
when one considers the fact that the
government is not dealing out patents at
wholesale now-a-days and on the other
hand is making considerable inquiry
anent timber claims. If the holder of a
timber claim is to lose hie claim through
any action of the law he does not propose
to lose any additional tax money with
it. Of course, in due season if the taxes
on these claimu are not paid the claims
will be advertised and sold at sheriff's
sale the same as any other deliquent
' Mardannt. A. Goodnniiiih announces
theopeainn r.f his pruiior no 4th and
Javkson strew, 'September 18. Pupils
received at any time iu Piano, Hamiouv
nd Theoretical subjects. Send for cata
logue. Ehone Ind. 476. " 76-84
Gazette -Independent phone No
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE; 'OF MMLS.
8:30 a. tn. Mail arrives by stage
for Portland and all points
North and East, also for
10a.tn. From Monroe by stage.
11:15 a. m. ' From Philomath and
points Wegt on C. & E.
12 m. From Portland and all
points on the West Side.
1:30 p. m. From Albany and all
' points North on the S. P.
6 a. m. For Albany and points
East on the C. & E., and for
points North of Albany on
the S. P.
13:30 a. m. For Albany and all
points North and South on
the S. P.
12:S0 p. r.l. For West Side points,
Portland, and points North
and East, also for points
West on the C. & E.
2 p.m. For Monroe, Or.
MS p. m. For Portland, Cali-
fornia, and points North,
East and South.
Ei von are looking for some rent good
Bargains in Stock, Grain, Fruit and
Poultry Ranches, write for our snecial
list, or c me aud see us. We will take
pleasure in giving you reliaole informa
tion; also showing you over the county
AMBLER & WATTERS,
" REAL ESTATE, LOANS
VIRGIL E. WAITERS, CORVALLIS.
' HENRYlAMBLER, Philomath.
I. . HOTLL . . 'BQRYMLUS . . I
V-Tor Infants and Children. '
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the yJr -; yjSTr. "y?""
Signature of Cuj&&di
New Cure for , Cancer.
All Surface cancers are now known to
be curable, by Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Jos. Walters, of Duffield, Va,, writes: "I
had a cancer on my lip for years, that
seem incurable, till Bucklen's Arnica
Salve healed it and now it is perfectly
well." Guaranteed i cure for cuts and
burns. 25c at Allen & Woodward's drug
Cm HAWIMEL, Prop.
03 ai 5 3 FJaast Equips Hatels la the VaUey
Both P319X33. , Bus Moots a'l Trains
Calling cards popular styles in
cards and type at the Gazette
office. ' 80tf
ISakes Kidneys and Ctadtisr R:fjht
A Prominent Trainman.
The many friends of G. H. Hansan,
Engineer Li E. & W. K. E., at present
living in Lima, Ohio, will be pleased to
know of his recovery from threatened
kidney disease. lie says: "I was cured
by using Foley's Kidney Cure, which I
recommend to all, especially to train
men, who are usually similarly afflicted."
Graham & Wortham.