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HE COSVALLIS GAZElTb
Published Tuesdays and Fridays by
Gazette Publishing Company.
The subscription price of the Gazette
for several years has been, and remains.
$2 per annum, or .5 per cent discount if
paid in advance.
NO TARIFF DISCUSSION.
But the fact that no Tariff
legislation will be asked is a
matter of considerable conse
quence. This will save the coun
try from an agitation which
would be calculated to disturb
trade, without doing any possible
good to any interest. The only
excuse which could be cited for
any revision of the Tariff would
be a Treasury shortage, and
nothing of that sort is in sisrht.
Along to this time the Treasury
deficit for the fiscal year is only
$10,000,000. It was $18,000,000
at this time a year ago. As the
deficit for the entire year, end
ing June 30, 1905. was only $24.
000,000. it is evident, on the
present basis of comparison, that
the deficit for the twelve months
which will end next June will
not go above $16,000,000 at the
outside. It will probably be far
less, for the improvement is
progressive. The second half of
the fiscal year is likly to make a
much better showing than the
first half. The chances are that
the deficit will be nearly wiped
out by the eod of next June.
Congress will not be bothered
with any Tariff discussion in the
coming session. It will have time
to consider other big issues, and
there will be enough of these to
keep it busy. Railway rate reg
ulation and insurance control by
the Federal Government are
questions of very large dimen
sions. They need to be discussed
with a good deal of intelligence,
Prejudice should be kept out
of the consideration of these is
sues. The interests of the peo
ple are the leading points to be
kept in mind, and the interests
of the people cannot be subserv
ed if injustice be done to either
the railways or the insurance
companies. There is not the
slightest reason to sirorjose that
the elimination of the Tariff
from consideration for the next
two years will leave Congress
with nothing to do. St. ' Louis
(jlobe-Democrat. ' '
Buildings for Sale
The last carload of exhibits
under the supervision of the Ore
gon . btate Commission at the
LevHs and Clark Exposition was
snipped to us destination Satur
day night, and when the bod
disposes of the buildines and
makes its report to the Governor
s work will be at an end. A
messenger boy, a stenographer
and a night watchman are the
only three people left on the
v Not only have all the build
ings been stripped of their exhib
its and displays, but nearly every
thing of any value in the build
ings themselves has been taken
away. - Every piece of plumbing,
valued at $10,000, has been re
moved and sent to the Capitol at
oaiem, wnere .it will be used i.i
state institutions, as the occasion
requires. Many bids were re
ceived bv the commission for
this, but all were rejected.
In exhibits, nearly $14,000
worth, have been sent to the
Capitol. Five thousand dollars'
worth of booths, tables and furni
ture have been sent to the State
Fair Association for use in the
annual State Fair. '
In addition, about $500 worth
of material -which . was broken
and fit for nothing else was sold as
junk and the money turned over
to the state.
The Forestry building is not
included in the buildings unsold,
for the commission has turned
this over to the city, together
with . $2506 worth of exhibits
which it contains,, principally
large slabs of wood, showing Ore
gon's resources in lumber. The
building is valued at $35,000.
From now on the work of sell
ing the buildings will receive the
most assiduous attention, A
sceciai meeting or trie commis
sion will be held on Saturday in
the Chamber of Commerce build
ing to consider bids. While few
bids have been received, it is
thought they will begin to come
in more rapidly from now on.
No bids will be cousidered unless i
tbey are accompanied by a check I
for io per cent of the aindunt j
offered. It is thought that about !
io per cmt of the original cost of
the buildings will be realized.
One of the main buildings, the
Manufactures, was not built by
the commission, but by the Fair
corporation. This is valued by
Oskar Huber at $38,000, and
will be sold as soon as possible.
But little of the property belong
ing to the corporation, including
flowers iron pipes, benches; fur
niture, and light fixtures remain
The Oregon State Commission
will probably have all the build
ings sold and its report sent to
the Governor by the first ot the
year, according to President My
ers. The commission was or
ganized two years and a half ago
to supervise the expenditure of
the money appropriated by the
Legislature for the Exposition,
and since that time the members
have served continuously with
out any pay. The principal
work has fallen on President Jef
ferson Myers, who has been
largely instrumental in seeing
that Oregon's exhibit led ihat of
all other states
On account of the proposed
visit of the Portland business
men to the cities of the Willam
ette valley and southern Oiegon
the date for holding the annual
convention of the State Good
Roads association has been
changed from November 15 to
22. The convention was to be
held on November 15, 16 and 17,
but as many ot the business men
from different cities who intend
to attend the convention would
like to be at home when the
Portland visitors arrive, it was
decided to change the dates of
the convention to November 22,
23 and 24.
President John H. Scott has re
ceived many lerters from promi
nent road enthusiasts throughout
the state, all of whom have signi
fied their intention to be present
at the annual meeting which is
to be held in this city. The
convention promises to be the
most enthusiastic patherine' ever
held in Oregon in: the interest of
good roads and much good is ex
pected to result from the meet
ing. Bills Allowed,
The followinz bills were .allowed . by
the County Court of Benton County,
Oregon, at the regular November, 1905,
term thereof, to-wit :
AB Locke, Road Supervisor. .$ 2 50
HM Fleming, ' .. 17 50
EMDodele, ' " ..10 00
John Price, . " . . 15 00
A Cadwalader, " ' . . 17 50
W F McGee, " ' ..15 00
JDFehler, - " ' ... 47 50
J E Bacton, ' " ... 37 50
EN Starr, ,' . ". ... 17 50
Doke Gray,. " 2 50
Ji Holgate. J P Jury, Diet 3 00
E B Horning, Aset " " ...... 2 00
VV iS Lacy, " ' ' 2 00
E Holgate, J P fees State Case...,, 6 55
M P Burnett, Sheriff's fees J P Ct 7 50
A lex bctuek, Witness J P Court.. 1 "50
E Holgate, J P Fees.................. 8 60
J D Wells, Const Fees 10 00
(jt H Carl, Juror Fees...........
J R Smith, " " ...........
, 2 00
jVVT Small, "
i Win Roie, ' "
! A W Herbert, Juror Fees....
'O V Hu.t. " . ..
. 2 00
EL White, Sheriff fees
Geo Plas er,
H H Cronise,
Witness ......... 4 60
J-hos Bell, " .. 4 50
J W Pow ell. " 3 90
loho Kiger, " 4 50
B Woldt, 21 50
M P Burnett, " 1 50
3eoE Lilly, " ......... 1 50
G B Smith, ' 1 50
ChasWinant " 18 0
Albert Schmidt, .. " . 540
Ruthyn Turney, - 4 "50
E Holgate, J P Fees Justice court 11 20
J T Wells, Const , fees.. 26 70
J B Goodman, Juror 3 00
H M Flepding, ... 3 00
T A Jones, . " ' 3 oo
Thoa Callahan, ' 3 00
Lee Henkle, ; ............... 3 00
J L Underwood . ' ; 3 00
ThdsBell, Witness........:...:.. 3 00
B Woldt, " : 21 50
A B Taylor,
Jrln Lenger, .
. V VV I
M P Burnett,
J O Horning,
G E Lilly,
E A Miller,
G W Wyatt.
. 3 00
G B Smith,
E Holjrate, J P
M P Burnett, Sheriff Fees ..;
J D Wells, Const Fees
JE Cronk, Juror
W Newton, "
A H Campbell,
W G Davis, "
W H Dilly, "
Wesley Ashoy, '
Geo Plaster, Witness
Keith Brov n, "
John Lenger, " .1
H H Cronise, "
Thos Bell, "
Ruthyn Turney, . "
Geo Wyatt. "
E A Miller, '
J G Horning, ;
A B Taylor, "
M P Bun.ett, "
Geo E Lilly, "
Lafe Stewart, " '
VV A Kemp, '
G B Smith, '
E Hnlgate, J P Fees
M P Bur iett, Sheriff Fees.........
J D Wells, Const Fees
G B Whitney, Juror
B D Arnold, "
E McLennan, . "
DO M-sntgomeBp, "
C D Abbott, . " -
G A .Houck, Witness
John Kiger, '
H H Cronise,
G Horniug, "
Thos Bell, '
Geo Plaster, . ' "
Keith Brown, J
Ruthyn Turney. "
A B Taylor,
E A Miller, " '
John Lenger, "
Geo Wyatt, '
M P Burnett, ."
J G Horning, Const Fees
B L Kelly, Detective Services ...
M P Burnett, Care for poor
Victor P Moses, Work Delinq Tax
P S T & T Co, Telephones........
Corvallis I T Co "
J D Wells, Janitor Court Hoiiec
Corvallis Times, Printing
Allen & Woodward, Supplies C H
Glass & Prndhomme, "
E Beunett, Co Physician
A Wilhelm At Sons, acct poor
Moses Bros. " "
Mrs D Hngfrius, Care poor
O W Bwkwith Gravel Ferry
Corvallis Transfer Co. Hauling
J H Simpson, Supplies Rnad
J T Phillipi, '
W H Kaltrider, Lumber
Bentou Co L Ca,
Hoskins Lumber Co, '
Central P Mill & B Co. "
Co'vallis Mills Co, "
R M Gilbert, Bridge Work
Ie Henkle, ' "
W E Moody, " " '
Mark Gage, " .
Albert Noyes, " " .........
O S Noyes, "
Kay Jones. " ..
R W Jones,' ..'
C S Butler,
S A' Hall,
Road work Oak O
Levi Oren, '
J E Taylor,
A E Bell, v,
DG Hill, "... "
M L Hubler, . :
W C Young, " "
Chas Witham, '. ..........
E Rodgers, . " "
EE Witham,.. " ...
S B , Cooper . " " .........
H H Glassford, " " .........
W Newton, Road Work
Mathew Thonfpsdn, Road work..
J R Harlan,.;
M H Young,:' ,
B O Younj, . "
R M Young, "
P Bilyeu, " '
EV Wallace, .
John McDowell, ,, ". " .'
D H Fleming, "
C H Moreland, ' "
A Wilhelm & Sons, Road Supplies
J E Taylor, Bridge Work
J B Brown, : " , ..
Bert Peters, Tiling Road
O L Davis, Road Work
Henry Hector, lira. el
C W Price, Road Work........
Vidito Bros, Team7 Hire roads......
G A Waggoner, Attend L & C...
H S French, Work . " ...
A M Gray, - Onions " .
W Humphrey, "' " ...
H L French, work " ...
Corvallis Tjans Co, work L & C...
Willis Vidito, attend " ...
Tbos Vidito, Witness Proa Atty... ,
G.E Lilly, "
G Wrias'.cr, "r J " ...
H H Cronise,
I ArV FOOT. ' I '"
Knows enough to carry an umbrella
when it rains, but the wise one is he
who carries one when it is only cloudv.
Jiny mini wn.
send for a docto
when he gets
bed-fast, but th
wiser one is he
? roper precau
tive and curative
m easures when
first appear. the
ills which, if un
checked and un
cured, grow into
tion and nutri
tion are generally
of a nervous or functional break-down.
Nature hat provided remedies most
abundantly for all such conditions in our
native medicinal plants. With the use
of chemically pure glycerine, of proper
strength and at a proper sustained temp
erature, Dr. Pierce extracts from Golden
Seal root, Queen's root, Stone root, Black
Cherrybark, Bloodroot and Mandrake
root, medicinal principles which, when
combined in Just the right proportions,
constitute his widely famed " Golden Med
ical Discovery." It restores the tone of
the stomach, the activity of the liver
and the steadiness of the nerves, pouring
vitality into the blood till the once sick
and debilitated one is so renewed in
health, strength and power that he can
resume his work, whatever it is, with
vigor and elasticity.
All medical authorities, of whatever
school, agree that Hydrastis, or Golden
Seal one of the essential roots in the
make-up of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery is of very great value as a
pure tonic, and as an alterative valuable
In chronic affections of the stomach, in
testines and bladder. :
:K-3Vt.f Not only the Original but the
P?X beat Littfe Liver Pills, flreiput
Vee ud ver 40 years ago, by old
Dr. B. V. Pierce, have been
much Imitated but never equaled, as thou
sands attest They're purely vegetable,
beini? made up of concentrated and refined
medicinal principles, extracted from the
roots of American plants. Do not frripe.
One or two for stomach corrective, three or
four for. cathartic
John Lenger, " " " ... 1 5o
A B Taylor,; " " " ... 5 7o
Victor P Mses, Judgment Index. 22 5o
D B Farley, Road Work No 15
fund 3o 00
Peter Riikard, Commissioner 3 4o
W A Jollev, " 7 4o
Western Union Tel Co, Telegrams 2 65
Bushong & Co, Supplies Sheriff... 8 25
M F Fruit, Corvallis Ferryman... 44 5o
Hathaway BroPj Road Supplies 4 25
Herman Abereroniby, road work lo 00
J B Brown, Gravel : 12 36
P L Bilveu, " 1 7o
Mrs W B White, Assistance Co
Poor lo 00
Boys & Girls aid society Donation
acct poor loo 00
D D Berman, Groc rieiPoor 6 00
Victor P Moses, County Clerk,
Benton County, Oregon.
Ddted Nov 8, 19o5.
. Tor Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
2825 Keeley St.,"
Chicago, 111., Oct,, 2, 1902. '
I suffered with falling and con
gestion of the womb, with severe
pains through the groins. I suf
fered terribly at the time of men
struation, had blinding headaches
and rushing of blood to the brain.
What to try I knew not, for it
seemed that I had tried all and
failed, but I had never tried Wine
of Cardui, that blessed remedy for
sick women. I found it pleasant
to take and soon knew that I had
the right medicine. New blood
seemed to course through my veins
and after, using eleven bottles I
was a well woman.
Mrs. Bush is now in perfect
health because she took Wine of
Cardui for menstrual disorders,
bearing down pains and blinding
headaches when all other remedies
failed to bring her relief. Any
sufferer may secure health" by tak
ing Wine of Cardui in her home.
The first bottle convinces the pa
tient she is on the road to health.
' For advice in cases requiring
special directions, address, giving
symptoms, "The Ladies' Advisory
Department," The Chattanooga
Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Term.
ESaites Kidneys and Bladder EioSii ,
Is often as great' as a woman's. But
xuos. d. Austin, jvigr.. or the "Kepubii
can," of Lavensworlh, Ind.. -was not
unreasonable when he refused to, allow
the doctors to operate upon his wife,
for femaie trouble, "Instead." he says'
My wife was then so week, she could
hardlv lenve hpr hoH snJ fi
Clans hurl failed tn ml
- . . V. . r UIICI
taking Electric Bitters, she was perfect
ly cured and can now perform all her
household duties." Guaranteed by Allen
& Woodward druggists. Price 50c.
uurrnaay economy bales are becoming very popular. "The
good people of this city appreciate genuine values. Our cus-egg-havgjhown
their confidence in these Friday announce
ments by liberal patronage farbeyond esectationT Today
we again offer some Fall and Winter necessities for the ladies
atjprices that will make a visit here particularly advantageous.
LADIES' CLOAKS AND SUITS
Off withthe old,on with the new.That good old cloak or suit
?JeeiUts besLdays- - Today we place , on sale a large and
tempting variety jit prices you will find hard to resist. Our
cloaks and suitsare artistically tailored, perfect fitting and
without exception the most fashionable. ' We have them in all
sizes and in varying styles. Remember-at reduced prices to
day. Come early and get the choicest values.
O. O. H lost and. Cham. Blakeulao.
CORVALUS STEAm LUitHSSRYm
Patronize Home Industry,
Out sides Ordera SollcHod.
Ail Work Cuarantaod.
Great interest and enthusiasm
is being stirred up among the
Hoys of this city as the result of
a unique and original offer made
J. M. NOLANS SON
This store announces that the
salesman for Ederheimer, Steir
& Co., makers of XtragooD
Boys' Clothing, Chicago, will call
upon them within ten days and
they offer to give, free, any $5.00
XtragooD suit in their store to
the first boy under sixteen who
finds and identifies this salesman.
A feature of this plan is the
one set expression which must be
used by. the young detectives,
who are required to sav: "You
are from Ederheimer, Stein &
Co., Chicago, and sell XtragooD
clothes." The salesman, it is
said, will not admit his identity
unless addressed in these precise
So active have the boys become
in their search that every strang
er who reaches town is quickly
besieged and questioned ' by a
crowd of young sleuths.
fcv nil i new (JuciHUUH vreoLcu DV
Railroad and Telegraph Companies. We want
Vnimn uru j amp r j l
wn mfcra Mini uwiu Ul gUUU IICIUILS, W
And Railroad Accounting.
W fiiTtifa'h T. -rar- nan nf rh Dnnt,. . t
Station AgqntB in America. Our six school b ir
WORLD. Established 20 years and endorsed by
Mauiug Ehuuway vniuiais.
We execute a $250 Bond to every student to
" ' uuu vi uci n TusiLitju paying in nil iu
to 60 a month in states east of the Roeky Moan
tains, or from $75 to S100 a month in states west
of the Sockles, bnnitdlattly upoa iraduatitm. -
Rtlldtm.u r.n anl-aw a. n .1 . u.
tious. For fall particulars retarding any of
mm QAnnnl. .n.l. - . . ..... .
wu. uwwvib nuu9 uireuii hivui exevuiivv omce
at CinoinMti, O. Catalogne froe.l
The Morse School of Telegraphy.
Cincinaati, Ohio. ' Buffalo N. Y
fltlanta A. I f l.f 1
Texarkana-Tex. San Francisco. Cal
ale Nov. Tenth
We Fit Glasses
To all Defects cf Slghl.
MATTHEWS, The Optician
Room 12, Bank Building.
''""i".. ( . .lii tf. '-rttering,
-'will .all kuitluU M-.i Metal
F. A. Hencye
.In connection with J. H.
SIMPSON S HARDWARE
Anyone sendlne a sketch and descrtotlnn mn
quickly ascertain onr opinion free whether an
Invention is probably patentable. Communica
tionsstrictlyconadential. HANDBOOK on Patents
sent free. Oldest agency for securing natents.
Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive
tpeciai notice, without charge, in the
A handsomcTy illnstraf ed weekly. Largest cir
culation of anr sr.ient.iilc lournal. Terms, $3 a .
year: f nur montb3. $1. 8old by all newsdealers.
?C3,bt- New York
.-. Washington. D. G
are the most fatal of all dis
eases. - '
lULE. I 0 Guarastssd Reisedr
or money refunded. Contains
remedies recognized by emi
nent physicians las the Best for
Kidney and Bladder troubles.
PRICfi 50c iod $1030.
A Disastrous Calamity.
- It is a disastrous calamity, when yon
lose your health, because indigestion and
constipation - have ' sapped it away
Prompt relief can be bad in - Dr.- King'b
New Lite Pills. Thej bnild up tbe di
gestive organs, and cure headache, dittzi-etc.-.
at Allen & Woodward's drug store.