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About Corvallis gazette. (Corvallis, Benton County, Or.) 1900-1909 | View Entire Issue (May 8, 1906)
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TJni'ed States Senator (shoit term)
F. W. Mulkey.
United States Senator (long term)
J mi at ban Bourne, Jr.
Re ir8-'!iUtive in Congress, first district
V. C. Hawley.
Givraor James Wihvcomb.
SeT"tary of State Frank W. Benson.
St ii Treasurer George A. Steel .
Supreme Judge Robert Eakin.
Attorney General A.M. Crawford.
Superintendent of Public Instruction
J. i. Ackerman.
State Printer Willis S. Duniway.
State Labor Commissioner 0. P. Hoff.
State Senator A. J. Johnson.
State Representative V. A. Carter.
Judize K. Woodward.
Cierk T. T. Vincent
Sheriff Fred C. Peil.
Treasurer S. H. Horton.
Recorder Emery J. Newton.
Commissioner George W. Smith.
"'The republicans in Oregon
pledge each other to work to
gether in harmony and good
fellowship with the single pur
pose of securing to the state and
to the Nation the perpetuation of
the principles of Republican
ism." This pledge is embodied in the
jfirst resolution of the series con
stituting the Republican Plat
form. It is timely, assuring and
presages republican victory.
There has not always been
harmony and good lellowship
among republicans in Oregon.
Factional difficulties have crept
into the management of the
party. This was to be expected.
No Darty long successful in the
pursuit and application of its
principles and policies to the ad
ministration of public affairs, can
hope always to escape such differ
ences. The more beneficent its piin
ciples, the more successful its
administration of public affairs,
the more certainly these are ap
proved by the mass of the peo
ple, the more surely factional
strife will ultimately arise.
The measure of the intensity
of such strife is found in the am
bition, the capacity, the ability
to administer public affairs and
the qualifications for leadership
possessed by the wrangling fac
tions. Measured by these conditions
we find answer to why there has
been ugly factional strife among
Oregon republicans which has in
volved no differences whatever
touching republican policies and
But these differences have
been permitted to exist too long.
Already they are seen to en
danger those principles which
every republican holds are most
efficient in working out the des
tiny of the state and advancing
the prosperity and happiness of
Because of these differences
Oregon has a democrat for gov
ernor, with many of the most
important positions in the ad
ministration of public affairs oc
cupied by democrats. By appoint
ment we have a democrat in the
U. S- senate. The chief city
of the state, though a
republican stronghold, is practi
- cally in the hands of a strongly
partisan democra tic government.
Truly it is high time all these
factional differences ho-jld cease.
With the eyes of the Nation on
republican . Oregon; with ideal
candidates selected by the rank
.and file; inspired by the splendid
achievements of the party and
with abiding faith in its princi
ples, republicans have cast their
petty differences to the winds,
and unite to advance Oregon to
her rightful place in the republi
Victory, under these conditions
is not involved in doubt.
Let all republicans vote th eir
ticket from top to bottom. All
candidates on your ticket are
clean, honest and capable men
and the affairs of the county will
in no wise suffer when adminis
tered by them. No democrat can
advance a logical reason why a
republican should not support his
ticket from start to finish.
Candidate for Sheriff.
Fred C. Peil, republican can
didate for sheriff, has -been - in
Corvallis during the past tew
days affiliating with the brethren.
Mr. Peil is one of Benton
county's most promising young
men. As a book-keeper he is
the equal of any man in our
county. His penmanship is per
tect. During recent years he
has had charge ot the postoffice
at Monroe, while keeping books
for the large merchantiie firm of
Wilhelm & Sons of that place.
Wilhelm & Sons in all proba
bility do as much, if not more
bosiness, when we consider the
store, mills and other interests,
than any other firm in the
county. For nearly five years
Mr. Peil has kept account of all
transactions to the entire satisfac
tion of the firm and every citizen
in southern Benton doing busi
ness with, that establishment.
In Mr. Peil the republicans
have as their candidate tor the
office of sheriff a young man of
force and energy, honorable, in
dustrious and capable, and
every way especially fiited
The Official Court.
After what seemed a long
time the official count has been
made and it is known just ex
actly how candidates tared at the
the primary election throughout
the state. The returns show
several very close contests in the
primary struggle. Dr. J.imes
Withycombe leads ex-Governor
Geer by 253 votes; Jonathan
Bourne has a plurality of 625
over H. M. Cake; Geo A. Steele
led Ralph Hoyt by 826, while
F. W. Benson came out ahead of
Claud Gatch 1446. Following is
tne republican vote tor state of
fices: TJ. S. Senator, short term
F. W. Mulkey 29 808
U. S. Senator, regular term
Jonathan Bourne, Jr 12 877
H. M. Cake 12 252
S. A. Loell 7 055
E.L. Smith 383
E. B. Watson 4 241
Congress, First distiict
W. C. Haw ley 8 295
V. L. Tooze 7 412
S. B Huston 4 712
Congress, Srsoond district
W. R. Jfilhs 7 764
Geo. S. Shepherd 5 761
Remember, we are going out of
Ready-to-Wear Clothing. Hun
dreds of high-grade suits for mei ,
young men, boys and children at
At Closing-Out Prices.
Buy now before the lines are
The Young Physician.
WHAT HIS EXPERIENCE PROVED.
In the early sixties It was usually the
duty of a practicing physician to ride
many miles every day on his' regular
round of visits upon nis patients. In
those days a young man who had received
a splendid medical training in one of the
best medical colleges of that day was ac
customed to ride ten, twenty, thirty miles
or more visiting the sick and afflicted.
: His success was soon phenomenal. Doc
tors and families called him for consulta
tion to towns . at considerable distances
by rail. His specialty was the cure of
those common and distressing diseases
of women. He had early discovered that
by combining the extracts of the follow
ing medicinal plants, in just the right
proportion, without the use of alcohol nis
"Prescription" almost invariably cured
such cases. Later, in order to place this
remedy before the public in a shape easily
to be procured, he established a labo
ratory at Buffalo, N. Y., where regu
larly qualified chemists were put in
charge to accurately prepare his "Pre
scription" and put it in shape for ship
ment to all parts of the world. This
remedy, which he named Dr. "Pierce's
Favorite Prescription is not a "patent
medicine" but a tonic and nervine for
women, and a regular physician's pre
scription, and contains the following in
gredients: Lady's Slipper root, Black
Cohosh root, Unicorn root. Blue Coho
root, Golden Seal root, and chemically
Dr. Pierce does not claim for his "Fa
vorite Prescription' that it is a "cure-all."
It is recommended as a most perfect
srcifie for woman's peculiar ailments.
SV uniform rn fhn wscnlto rrWnk fii..
j tue use of this remarkable remedy, that
11, 1. hi oe iruiy Hiunnea or "i avonte ito
scription"thatif aiwvjys helps ami almost
ahenys cures. - Ninety-eight per cent, of
the women who give this medicine a fair
and faithful trial are cured and remain
cured. ' ...
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parting health and strength in particular
to the womb and its appendages. The
local, womanly health is so intimately
related to the general health that when
diseases of the delicate womanly organs
are cured the whole body gains in healih
and strength. For weak and sickly
women who are "worn-out," "run-down"
or debilitated, especially for women who
work in store, office or schoolroom, who
sit at the typewriter or sewing machine,
or bear heavy household burdens, Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription will prove
a priceless benefit because of its health
restoring and strength-giving power.
"I want to tell you of the (Treat Improve
ment in my health, since taking your Favot
he PreripUon.says Mrs. H. a Jones, of
torest. N. C. "When I begran its use I was a
physical wreck and had despaired of ever
having good health again. Could not sit up
all day. 1 noted a great improvement before
the first bottle was all used. Was suffering
with- almost every pain that a woman is sub
ject to ; had inflammation of the ovaries,
painful and suppressed periods, and other
symptoms of female disease. After taking
six bottles of 'Favorite Prescription' I felt
ltkn o yi ciur norenn Pan viln !....,,... 1 j
take all kinds of exercise and not feel tired."
imiy one or
tinr on rrn
eusih xvfiLVVve lets will reg
Qt QWQtS ulate, tone
in healthy, vigorous action a foul stom
ach, tornld liver nnd slnmrish hnwols
Little Pill, little dose: produce great
results. First put up by old Dr. R. V.
Pierce, over 40 years ago. Much Imitated
but never equaled.
Send 31 one-cent stamps to cover cost of
mailing and get a copy of the "Common
Sense Medical Adviser," over 1000 pages.
Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
Slakes Kidney and Bladder Riant
W. J. Laehner .. 4 803
J. L. Rand.. 3 905
James Withycombe........ 14 175
T. T. Geer 13 912
O. A. Johoe 7 879
H. K. Brown 5 298
C. A. Selhbrede.... 1 832
Secretary ot State
F. W. Benson 17 254
Claud Gatch ...15 808
F. T. Wiightman 5 Oil
L. L. Pearce 3 583
Treasurer of State
Geo. A. Steel 9 700
R. W. Hoyt 8 874
E. V. Carter 8 339
J. H. Atkins 7 456
T. F. R an.... ;. 6 148.
A. C. Jennings. 2 724
Robert Eakin 36 676
A. M. Crn fold L'5 r.70
G.-o. TL IVirii.iiu... 14 297
State Siij e.it.ilit-i.rd-nt
J. H. .;:.T!..a.i 37 592
VV. l),r 1 hv 22 ii,3
J. li. vviiiM.t-v lo fi2
Ci.'k- 8 4:y
I. Hofl S6 147
Jndje U T. Harris, circuit
jtidf ot second district, receive!
ICES AND CREAMS.
We are now prepared to provide the pub
lic wilh Ices, Water ices, Creams, Sher
bets, and everything in this line.
SPECIAL FANCY ORDERS
For social functions solicited. We cater to
the whole public and guarantee the best
at reasonable prices. When you want
anything in our line remember us.
'ZZZ Our own special free delivery to any part
of ;the city large or small quantities.
CORVALLIS CREAMERY CO.
t.ssfmt W 'f3 always a oaoy.
4 that never
never buds, a
stars, a sermon
without a ben-
out an Amen.
was a hus
band worthy of tho name, who did not
a p:ro to do tne lather nna the grand
father of healthy, capable children, to
hand down his name and the fortune ac
cumulated by the sweat of his brow, from
generation to generation. There never
was a wife fit to ho:ir that noble title, who
did not wish to wear womanhood's most
Klorious crown, the sceptre of mother
hood. Thousands of wedded couples,
otherwise happy, fall short of wedlock's
greatest happiness because they are child
less. In the ma jority of cases, this is be
cause the wife, through ignorance or neg
lect, suuers from weakness and disease
of the organs distinctly feminine. For
women who suffer in this way there is
one great medicine that does not fail to
accomplish its purpose. It is Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription. It acts directly on
the delicate organs concerned and makes
them strong, healthy, vigorous and virile.
It allays intlammation, heals ulceration,
soothes pain and tones the shattered
nerves. It fits for wifehood and mother
hood. It quickens and vitalizes the dis
tinctly feminine organism. It banishes
the maladies of the expectant months and
makes baby's introduction to the world
easy and almost painless. In insures the
little new-comer's health and nourish
ment in plenty. It is the best supportive
tonic for nursing mothers.
Mrs. Jennie Parks, of Marshall. Spokane Co..
Wash., writes: 1 am glad to tell of the pood
results of your frreat medicine Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription. It ffives me strength.
I have no tired feeling and my baby is the
picture of health. I feel better than I have
in ten years."
In cases of constipation Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets should be used as an ad
junct to "Favorite Prescription." They
are extremely simple, perfectly natural
end insure prompt and permanent relief.
Sunday, while Rev. and Airs. Kn
nedy, new-comers who reside near Mr
View, were at Sulphur -spring,' their
bo8 ftge l 8 oml 6 yea's ttrsye I from
home aud cn.-cd much a xiet. They
were found shout five i ilei at 9 o'clock
that evening hy Mr. Ball tad entertained
for tha night and tbi-ir parents giyen
notfication vesterdav iii.rtir'i-'.
91 You Have PasntEng
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TO BE HELD AT GRAN SE HALL, ALSEA, SATURDAY,
MAY 19, 1906.
Program, 10 O'clock A. M.
' ' Co-operation of Teacher and Parents" Mr. Earl Brown
Address..... Mrs. Clara Waldo
"Difficulties of School Teaching in the 70's" Mr. Z. H. Brown
"Higher Education in Rural Schools" Mr. B. F. Totten
Address "What Makes a Nation Great?". Mr. T. T. Vincent
"What Should the Teacher Expect from the Home?"
Prof. A. N. Fulkerson
"Parental Responsibility, as Related to Child and Nation. "...
Prof. O. V. White
"The Old and New, and Prospective New" Supt. Geo. W. Denman
The noon hour will be spent in one of Alsea's typical grangers'
dinners. All are asked to bring their baskets with them. This
includes grangers, parents and school patrons; in fact, everyone.
Districts Nos. 29, 7, 41, 42 and 85 have been invited to furnish the
Special Entertainment for AH.
New records have been obtained for the phonograph for the old
and young. We have an entertainment which will make you laugh,
feel sad, happy, cause your soul to overflow with gladness. The
children and older folks will find this feature of the program pleasing.
There will be concert singing, quartette selections, duets, etc.
Our friend, J. E. Banton, has consented to look after this part ol the
program. There will also be singing by the children.
We invite your attention to this program. We have enjoyed
your help and received your hearty co-operation in our previous meet
ings.' We have arranged an interesting program for this meeting.
The subjects and assistants ineure an interesting day's work. It is
not necessary to vuge your presence. Your interest in your own
children and'your neighbors' children w'll inspire you to attend. By
your presence and help we will look forward to one of the best meet
ings held in your fertile and prosperous valley. Bring ydur basket,
your family; urge your neighbors and friends to do likewise. Hoping
to see a large attendance, I ramain very truly, -
GEO. W. DENMAN,
County School Sup't.
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552S6 P0TACKE 4CCE4
Will make the season of H.Co at Al.l oi's
barn, Corvallis, Oregon.
Pot ache was winner ot 1st prize at the
St. Louis 'air, 1st at Amejican Royal
Live Stock Show, at Kanras City ; In
te national Live Stock Shew, Kanias,
and at the Geverr ment Show in France,
1904 Terms, $1:5 to insjre. Mares from
a dil;!ice will be furnithd first. daes
p T. K. FAWCETT, Owner
CORVALLIS, " OREGON.
Fine ( ally Dtnt teed con
A L. Frrrirj-ton, the Albary
rii ruarf?cturFr who ntitkfS rugn
fioui old citrp-tp, will he in Corval
iia uext Wtdi estia y Mey 9:b, br
t ill not cpnvHes the city but those
who would like to See him can
drop him a card to general delivery
and he will cf.ll. 39-40.
A Mountain of Gold.
Could Dot bring as much happiness to
Mrs. Locia Wilks, of Caroline, Wis.,
as did one 25c box of Bucklen's Arnica
Salve, when it completely cured a run
ning sore on her leg, whiih bad tortured
ber 23 years. Greatest antiseptic healer
nf Piles. Wnnnds. ahd Sores. 25c at
Allen & Woodward.
For Portland and way points, leaves
Corvallis Monday, Wednesday and Fri-
rday at 6 a. m. Albany 7 a. m. tare to
Portland, $1.75; round trip $3.00.
108tf H. A. Hoffmam, Agt
G. Forts. Postmaster at River
town, la., nearly lost his life and was
rohbed of all comfort, according to his
letter, which says: "For 20 years I had
chrouic liver romplaint, which led to
fcut h a severe cse of jaun lice that even
my finger nails turned yellow; when
my doctor perScribed Electiic Bitters:
which mred me and have kept me well
for eleven years." Sure enre for Bilious
ness, Neuralgia, Weakness and all
Stomach, Liver, Kidney and Bladder
derangfrment. A wonderful Tonic. At
Allen & Woodwar 1 Drug store. 50c.
v Have your job priatiriff done
at the Gazette cfiiw.
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Decrease in the same ratio that the
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creases. Ttey save you from danger
and bring quick and rainless release
from constipation and the ills growing
out of it. nrengtb and vigor always
follow their use. Guaranteed by
Allen & Woodward Druggist. 25c.
Foley's Kidney Care
makes kidneys nn Isd-ier right.