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HE CORVALUS, GAZETTE
Published Tuesdays and Fridays by
Gazette Publishing Company.
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for several yeara has been, and remains.
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continued until all arrearages are paii.
MARRIED AND UNMARRIED.
Is marnasre a tailurer" is
answered in the affirmative by
Rev. J. W. Brougher, the well
known doctor of divinity, of
Portland. The doctor is married
and should know whereof he
speaks. It would be interesting
to know something of the history
of Dr. Brougher's household af
fairs. If he is so ready to brand
marriage a failure we doubt not
but Mrs. Brougher seconds the
motion. However, the presump
tion is a safe one that the doctor,
were he questioned, would de
clare that the matter is not a
personal one and he is making
the most of what he has ob
served. By strict observance of the reg
ular milling of the divorce grist
in the courts one is likely to be
come a prey to doubt . A couple
whose actions previous to mar
riage were suggestive of ardent
love birds, seem no sooner bound
together by ministerial ordain
ment than revolution results in
many cases. At least this is not
uncommon history. Perhaps the
wife manages to obey, but falls
down on the matter of love and
honor for the man whom in her
imagination she fancied an Apol
lo. She finds her "lord and
master" of common clay after
all, while he concludes his swan
has changed to a goose.
But what does Dr. Brougher
propose? What does he offer so
ciety in place of the marriage
state? That there are happy
marriages none can deny it is
indisputable that there are many
unhappy ones. It were better if
a little m(T2 common sense fig
ured in the plighting of troths
first be practical, then love to
distraction eternally. "
Dr. C. T. Wilson, a Portland
bachelor who fills a metropolitan
pulpit, declares that marriage is
a success. Without calling the
reverend gentleman a fool, we
wonder how he knows this? If
we were to guess, it would be
that Dr. Wilson is soon to be
married and is just now in a
hypnotic state of ecstatic bliss
that borders on imbecility. While
in sentiment we heartily support
Dr. Wilson, our common sense
conviction is that Dr. Brougher
should be the better authority
These worthy divines are to de
bate this question before an audi
ence of Portland people next Fri
day evening and we advise all
who are contemplating an early
matrimonial engagement to be
is in territory where tree growth
is rank. Under ordinary con
ditions, it is believed that another
growth should easily be started.
Such areas as this are conceded
to open the most inviting field
for the government's propagation
work, and it is also further con
cluded that when the govern
ment begins this important part
of a true forestry policy, making
a reserve yield a greajter amount
of timber than the land would
have yielded in the natural
course of progress, the people
will feel more pacific toward the
reserve spirit, which so far has
done nothing mere than bottle
present resources for the adjoy
ment of coming generations.
In all of the work done by the
Oregon delegation, assurance has
been given the administration
officials that the principle of the
reserve is not combatted. The
recent work undertaken by Sen
ator Pulton, to eliminate land
more valuable for other purposes
than forestry, was with the assur
ance that no further object was
sought. After checking too
generous consecration of Oregon
national needs, and eliminating
good agricultural and grazing
lands, the Oregon delegation will
devote its best energies to the
work of having the govern
ment begin exercising full
Rev. Milhauser, a farmer liv
ing fonr miles south of Independ
ence near the Independence, road,
has been missing since Thursday
of last week.
The manner and suddenness of
his disappearance leave grave
fear with his family as to his fate.
On Thursday while Mrs. Mil
hauser and the children were at
Buena Vista, Mr. Milhauser
changed his clothes and left. No
word of explanation was left nor
had he intimated that he had a
trip of any kind in view. On
Friday, the following day, he
was seen by O. M. Butler, near
his place across the river and he
inquired the shortest route to
Salem. Inquiry was made by
some one thought to be Mr.
Milhauser about work. This is
the only trace of him since he
left Thursday of last week.
Rev. Elayer was ia the Mil
hauser neighborhood Wednesday
and reports that no known cause
can be assigned for the sudden
disappearance. The Milhausers
have a comfortable home and
there was no tamilv trouble. Mr
Milhauser had been troubled
with a rising in tlit head and i".
is possible he wandered away in
a delirious trame of mind. The
Salem police have. been .notified
and are keeping a lookout for
him. West Side Enterprise.
The egg-throwing episode of
Sunday evening is to be regrett
ed. It Was the OUtgrOWth Of QrofA eonnrnr A J Mnsnn
Following is a list of the later
filings of petitions for nomination
at the coming primary election
other republicans have been men
County treasurer, S. H. Horton.
State senator, E. H. Belknap.
"I shall support economy,
equity, equality and efficiency
in the state government."
sentiment made by reported ut
terances of a traveling evangel
isi,, in which are citjuatju attacivs
upon some of our people, our in
stitutions, and even upon certain
Comment and aroused senti
ment excited some rather hot
headed boys to undertake the
egging. For the good name of
the city and our people the inci
dent is deplored. Even those
who resented the reflections of
evangelist regret that he should
have been egged. We hope for
the good of all that no similar oc
currences are in store for us, and
"Public good paramount to
corporate or private inter
ests. Signed Statement 1."
State representative, V. A.Carter.
' 'A squaredeal for the taxpayer.
Signed Statement No. 1."
State Representative, J. H.
"Servant to all, slave to none.
Signed Statement No. 1."
County Recorder, Harley L. Hall.
"Serve the people to the best
of my ability."
County Judge, S. H. Peterson.
Sheriff, M. P. Burnett.
CountyJtreasurer.W. A. Buchanan
Surveyor, T. A. Jones,
furthermore, that conditions
may ensue such as shall guard unty Clerk, Victor P. Moses,
against anything mat would
prompt a resort to eggs.
Reserve not Combatted.
Burued acreage in Oregon ag
gregates more tuau 5, coo square
miles. Washington is not much
short ia loss lrom this cause.
The aggregate wealth thus sent
up in smoke reaches manv mil
lions. Much of the burned area
Is the essential characteristic of men
and woman. Invaluable to good busi
ness men and neesa'y to housewives.
A womau stiows good judgement when
she buys White's Cream Vermifuge
for her baby. The best worm medicine
ever ottered to mothers. AlaBy
indeed are the sensible mothers, who
write their gratitude for the good health
of their children, which they owe to the
nse of White's Cream Vermifuge. Sold
by Graham & VYortham. '
A true history of the Youth
and Early Manhood of Abraham
WINTER CARE OF COWS.
Pointers on Bar Location. VrntVa
tlom and Temperature. t .
- a- barn In a low yard where the mad
is always deep Is a mighty poor place
to keep cows, but unfortunately this ia
the case with too many of our dairy
barns, says P. D. Southworth in North-
Lincoln, our martyred president,
written by his old partner and
lifelonsr friend. Ward Hill Lamon.1
will be published in the Corvallis western Agriculturist. The germs of
Gazette, beginning soon, All disease are very fond of low, wet, un
friends of the Gazette will please 1 aralnfid ? t?rive ? EUCl
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call the attention of their- neigh- description your cattle m tre-
bors to this history and invite I f ore exposed to disease, and if they
them to Subscribe for the Gazette , are in any way weakened by poor care
4 o Art oc 4 I or other bad conditions they become
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PER8TTADE AN OBSTINATE CASE rather
than lash it into action ifyou want to see
good progress made. This is as true
when it is a faulty human system as
when it is a baulky mule.
Alcoholic stimulants and alcoholic med
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quick action but do not prevent the weak
ening reaction which follows so closely.
In cases of impaired appetite and diges
tion mal-nutrition and wasting away, a
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Dr. Pierce discovered, forty years ago,
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Stone root, Black Cherry bark, Bloodroot
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A prominent merchant, Mr. J. Alfred
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Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps
to pay expense of mailing only.- Send
21 one-cent stamps for the paper-covered
book, or 31 stamps for the cloth-bound.
Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
very susceptible to tuberculosis. Keep
the barn and yard drained and you will
lessen the death rate from that disease.
As regards ventilation and tempera
ture, there are two very common ex
tremes. Jones, on one side of the road,
keeps his barn shut up tight like a box,
so that there is not a bit of fresh air
circulating through the stalls and the
barn is stuffy and unhealthy from the
lack of oxygen. Smith, on the other
side of the road, has a wicker basket,
as it were, for a cow barn. All night
long the doors slam to and fro, and in
the breath of the rushing, freezing
wind the cows shiver and use up the
feed in trying to keep warm that should
be turned into milk. Then Smith won
ders why his cows don't pay. Try to
keep the temperature somewhere be
tween 40 and 50 degrees. Don't let
the cows stand in a draft. Have
hinges on the lower edge of one or two
of the small windows, so that they will
open inward. Open them three or four
inches. This will give the incoming air
a direction toward the ceiling and thus
prevent a direct draft on the cows. It
will not take long to fix a window or
two that way, and it will not cost
Perhaps Jones keeps his cows in all
day and gives them 'no exercise. He
wonders why they get off feed so easily
and why the calves are so weak. Smith
lets his cows run out all afternoon and
after they have all the exercise that Is
necessary lets them stand till feeding
tiine put in the cold.
For Portland and way points, leave?
Corvallis Monday. Wednesday and Fri
day at 6 a. m. Albany 7 a. m. Fare to
Portland, $1.75; round trip $3.00.
103tf H. A. Hoffman, Agt,
JONATHAN BOURNE, Jr.
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Friday Evening, April 13th
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Will appear in Recital, representing
every character assumed in one
of the following Shakesperean plays
MERCHANT OF VENICE
Mr. Warde is equally at
home in either one of these
plays, and the management
will leave the selection to
the public. Every purchas
er of a ticket before 12
o'clock, Friday, April 13th,
will be permitted to vote
his or her preferance, the
majority to decide :::::::
This is the Highestyclass Attraction A
that Corvallis has ever had to date
Republican Candidate for United States Senator.
CHAMPION OF STATEMENT ONE.
Jonathan Bourne, Jr., candidate before the Republican primaries for the nomi
nation of United States Senator in Congress, for the long term commencing March
4, 1907, was born in New Bedford, Mass., February 23, 1855; was a member of the
class of 1877 at Harvard University; came to Portland May 16, 1878; was a Republi
can member of the Oregon Legislature in the session of 1885 and the extra session
of 1880; was one of Oregon's delegates to the Republican National Convention of
1888 and Oregon's member ot the Republican National Committee from 1888 to 1892,
and a delegate to tLie Republican National Convention of 1892; and was elected as
a Mitchell Republican to the Oregon Legislature in 1896.
Mr. Bourne has been more prominently identified with the development of the
mineral resources of Oregon than any other man in the state, having expended in
cae last 20 years over $1,000,000 of his own money in the acquisition and develop
ment of Oregon mines.
While Mr. Bourne has had his residence and main office at Portland since
1878, he has had another office at New Bedford, Mass., and has carried on the busi
ness of his father's estate since 1S89, which makes him familiar with many of the
large interests and leading men in the East. These qualifications, in conjunction
with his tremendous energy, originality, executive ability and experience in busi
ness and political affairs pre-eminently qualify him for making an aDle and influ
ential Senator for the state of Oregon.
Mr. Bourne has always favored extending the direct power of the people over
their government as tar as possible. He was one of the leading spirits in the
Initiative and Referendum movement from 1896 until it was approved by the
voters at the June election in 1902. In 1904 he was a member of the executive
committee of the Direct Primary Nominations League, and holds the same position
with the People's Power League at this time. In all these movements he has been
one of the few to guarantee the necessary expenses of preparing and proposing
their measures to the people.
He fays that the choice of United States Senator should be by direct vote of
the people, and that the Legislature should be compelled to elect the man the
people select. To accomplish this result, he is championing Statement No. 1 of the
primary election law as the only method by which public opinion may be crystal
lized and made effective upon the Legislature, - ,
In his petition for nomination he says :
"If I am nominated and elected If will, daring my term of
office, favor: ;
Republican Politics. ,
Amending National Constitution for People's Election of
United States Senators.
Publicity Political Campaign Expenses.
N a nal Control of Corporations in Interstate Commerce.
Rigid Exclusion of Asiatic Coolie Labor;. Good Wages Make
Legal Limitation Labor Hours for Safety on Railroads.
Parcels Post, Including Rural Delivery.
Pure Food Laws.
Liberal Appropriations for Panama Canal, Coast Defenses,
River ana HarDor improvements, including tolumDia
and Willamette Rivers, Coos, Yaquina and Other Oregon
Harbors, Celilo Canal, Government Canal at Oregon City.
Fair Share of Irrigation Fund for Oregon.
Loyal Support of Successful Candidates.
Rigid Enforcement of Statement One.
Roosevelt for Second Elective Term.
1 desire the following statement be printed alter my
name on the nominating ballot:
WILL SUPPORT PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT'S DETERMI
NATION THAT JUSTICE BE DONE ALL MEN."
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Will make the season of 1906 at Abbot's
barn, Corvallis, Oregon.
Potache was winner ot 1st prize at the
St. Louis fair, 1st at American Royal
Livestock Show, at Kansas City; In
ternational Live Stock Show, Kancas,
and at the Government Show in France,
1904. Terms, $25 to insure. Mares from
a distance will be furniehed first-class
T. K. FAWCETT, Owner
CORVALLIS, - OREGON.
Devil's Island Torture.
Call for City Warants,
Notice is hereby given that there is
money in the Treasury to pay all war
rants drawn on the general fund and in
dorsed prior to October 15, 1902.
There is also money in the Treasury to
pay all indorsed Street fund warrants.
Interest on same will stop from this
Dated at Coivallis, Oregon, March 20,
25-SO Citv Trear.
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