Corvallis gazette. (Corvallis, Benton County, Or.) 1900-1909, May 29, 1906, Page 4, Image 4

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    WOMEN WITH KNOWLEDGE
OF VALUES WILL BECOG
2UZE ECONOMY IN OUR
PRICES
The
Best in
Quality
The
Most in
Values
WOMEN WITH AN EYE OPEN
TO ECONOMY WILL PROFIT
"BY EXAMINING OUR BIG
STOCK........
UES, 0UALITY, STYLE a
FACTION..
nd
SATIS
Most people like the best
g done so. Those who are
BEFORE. VALUES. QUALITY, STflES AND SATISFACTION ARE THE MAIN FACTORS IN THIS STORE'S INCREASED BUSINESS. Our patrons are entitled to and
shall have the BEST FOR THE LEAST MONEY. No store in this or any other city shall beat ns on those lines.
MEN AND YOUNG MEN, REMEMBER WE ARE GOING OUT OF READY-TO-WEAR CLOTHING. EVERY SUIT, OVERCOAT AND TOP-COAT A GENUINE BARGAIN.
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"Of folly "there was uo doubt enough,
botli on the part of Whiteside and Still-
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XIXCOI.N SEEMEr TO "FISF. TO A2T VS
USUAIi HEIGHT."
man, but of drunkenness no public ac
count makes any mention, and individ
ual cowardice is never to be imputed
to American troops. These men were
s brave as any that ever wore a uni
form and some of them performed
gotxl service afterward, but when they
went into this action they were raw
militia, a mere mob, and no mob can
stand against discipline, even though it
be but the discipline of the savage. -
Lincoln "Often Hungry."
The next day Whiteside moved with
nil possible celerity to the field of the
disaster and, finding no euemy, was
forced to co::tc::t himself Avith the mel
ancholy duty of burying the mutilated
and unsightly remains of the dead. The
army was now suffering for want of
provisions. The folly of the command
er in casting off his baggage train for
the forced march on Dixon, the extrav
agance and improvidence of the men
with their scanty rations, had exhaust
,
ed the resources of the quartermasters, I
and. except in the messes of the most '
I
careful and experienced, the camp was
nearly destitute of food. The majority
had been living on parched corn and
coffee for two or three days.
"I can truly say I was often hungry,"
iaid Captain Lincoln, reviewing the
events of this campaign. He was,
doubtless, as destitute and wretched as
the rest, but he was patient, quiet and
resolute, nuuger brought with it a dis
contented and mutinous spirit The
men complained bitterly of all they had
been made to endure and clamored
loudly for a general discharge. But
Captain Lincoln kept the even tenor
of his way. and. wh?n his regiment
was disbauded. immediately enlisted
as a private soldier in another com
pany.
nuiu uit- uouimriu uucuc l,
turned, to ms okl camp at Uixon, but
determined before doing so to make
one more attempt to retrieve his ill for-
tuue. Black Hawk's pirogues were
supposed to be lying a few miles dis- j
tant in a bend of the Rock river, and j
the capture of these would serve as
some relief to the dreary series of er
rors and miscarriages which had hith
erto marked the campaign. But Black
Hawk had just been teaching him
strategy In the most effective mode,
and the present movement was under
taken with an excess of caution almost
as ludicrous as Stillman's bravado.
To provide as well as might be against
Lincoln's Boyhood
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at least erst. If yon are one of
regular patrons of this store
BUY YOUR SPRING
WARD
HILL
LAMON,
Eis Friend,
Parlrver
a.nd
Bodyguard
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In the direction of the point. When he
Would set a certain distance, keeping
in sight, a second would start, and sc
on, until a string of men extending
vo miles from the main army was
made, each to look out for Indians and
give the sign to right, left or front by
hanging a hat on a bayonet erect for
the front and right or left, as the case
mig'.it be. To raise men to go ahead
was with difficulty done, and some
tried hard to drop back, but we got
through safe and found the place de
sevied, leaving plenty of Indian signs
a dead dog and several rcalps taken in
!l til harm's defeat, as we supposed them
to have been taken. After this, the last
of General V.'hitesicle's futile attempts,
returned to the battlefield and
thence t: IHxon, where he was joined
by Atkinson, with the regulars and the
long coveted and much needed .sup
plies. Ivior to this, however, an old Indian
fov.r.d his way into the camp, weary,
hungry and helpless. He professed to
be a friend of the whites and ventured
to throw himself upon the mercy of
the soldiers. But the men first mur
mured and then broke out into fierce
cries for his blood. "We have come out
to fight the Indians.'.' said they, "and
we intend to d.: it!" The poor old
Indian now, in the extremity of Lis
distress and peril, did what he ought to
have done before; he threw down be
fore las assailants a soiled and crum
pled paper, which he implored them to
read before his life was taken. It was
a letter of character and safe conduct
from General Cass, pronouncing him s
faithful mn who had done good serv
ice in the cause for which this army
was enlisted. But it was too late. The
men refused to read it or thought it a
forgery and were rushing with fury
upon the defenseless old savage when
Captain Lincoln bounded between
them and their appointed victim.
"Men," said he, and his voice for a
moment stilled the agitation around
him, "this must not be done. He must
not be shot and killed by us." "But,"
said some of them, "the Indian ia a
cussed spy." Lincoln knew-4hat his
own life was now In only less danger
than that of the poor creature that
crouched behind him. During the
whole of this scene Captain Lincoln
see rn ea to rise to an unusual ueigm
n. Rt3tlirp The towerin form, the rms-
seemed to rise to an unusual height
B1UU 111 LI 1C3U1UUUU tUM, law, u-v.
phTSlcaj power and terrible will exhib-
ited in every motion of his body, every
gesture of his arm, produced an effect
upon the furious mob as unexpected
perhaps to him as to any one else.
They paused, listened, fell back and
then sullenly obeyed what seemed to
be the voice of reason, as well as au
thority. But there were still some mur
murs of disappointed rage and half
suppressed exclamations which looked
toward vengeanceNof some kind. At
length one of the men a little bolder
than the rest, but evidently feeling that
he spoke for the whole, cried out,
"This is cowardly on your part, Lin
coln!" Whereupon the tall captain's
figure stretched a few inches higher
again. He looked down upon these
varets Wbo would have murdered a
defenseless old Indian and now quail
ed before his single hand with lofty
a a. rwrt . . i . r .
i coniemDL lue oiuest or uis acuuiuui-
ances even Bm Green, who saw him
grapple jack Armstrong and defy the
boHies at his back, never saw him so
much aroused before. "If any man
thtnVq I am a coward, let him test It,"
Baid he. "Lincoln," responded a new
voice, "you are larger and heavier than
we are." "This you can guard against;
choose your weapons," returned the
rigid captain. "Whatever may be said
of Mr. Lincoln's choice of means for
the preservation of military discipline,
it wascertainly very effectual .In this
them, the hest thing yon can
know what it means when
SUIT NOW AND SAVE FROM $2.00
case, mere was no more aisarrecuon
in his camp, and the word "coward"
was never coupled with his name
again.
Mr. Lincoln understood his men bet
ter than those who would be disposed
to criticise his conduct. He has often
declared himself that his life and char
acter were both at stake and would
probably have been lost had he not at
that supremely critical moment forgot
ten the officer and asserted the man.
To have ordered the offenders under
arrest would have created a formida
ble mutiny; to have tried and punished
them would have been impossible.
They could scarcely be called soldiers.
They were merely armed citizens with
a nominal military organization. They
were but recently enlisted, and theii
term of service was just about to ex
pire. Had he preferred charges against
them and offered to submit their differ:
ences to a court of any sort it would
have been regarded as an act of per
sonal pusillanimity, and his efficiency
would have been gone forever.
(To be Continued.)
Additional Local.
The Maccabees are to give an
I ic? cream social in their hall on
j Wednesday evening May 30. All
members and their friends are
invited.
this colms rniu i'm goin to us
i. sumtim i mite say sumthiii
thet eli mak u mad if i do cum in
an lik the editer thals wot hes
. hear fer, thats lhe resun hes so
jlong an thin mad peepie hav beet
al the packin out ov him. i set
'this. the devil
Mrs. A. T. Grugett and baby
arrived home. Saturday, from a
three weeks' visit with relatives
in Lane county.
J. P. Logan was out from
Kings Valley, Friday, and re
ports that republicans will sweep
everything over there.
The 3-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. S. W. Gibbons, of Philo
math, climbed up on a table at
the family home Saturday night
and got some matches and in
some manner set himself on fire.
He was still standing on the table
when an older brother discovered
him to be on fire. The little
fellow lived only about an hour
after being burned.
Attorney. V. H. Morris, of Seattle,
who is attorney for George H. Mitchell,
the slayer oE Edmund Crefheld, arrived
ia Corvallis . Saturday noon? presumably
for the purpose of gathering evidence as
to the history of holy rolleristn in this
city, to be used in the interests of young
Mitchell when his case comes to trial.
Mr. Morris expected to remain several
days.
Miss Mabel Cressy, of Independence,
is visiting a few days' with Mrs. Willard
Ireland, this city.
There is urgent need of money to
assist in the trial at Seattle of George
Mitchell, who killed Edmund CreflBeld.
If the young man is to be cleared, the
best legal assistance possible must be
his and this means that cash is necessary.
No cne need hesitate to donate because
he cannot give a large sum fir dimes and
quarters help to make dollars. Let
everyone contribute something, and as
sist the young man in his hour of need.
Victor Spencer expects to leave today
for Eainier, where he has accepted a poi
iuon in a drug store.
Baker & Holgate, conti actors, Lave
been commissioned to construct a large
hop house for E. B. Taylor. There will
be 40,000 feet of lumber used in the
building and work is to begin abou t
June 1.
Fourteen boys from Corvallis Camp,
M. W. A., went out to Philomath, Sun
day and took charge of the funeral of
Neighbor Pngsley, who in life was consul
of Philomath Camp. The remains were
interred in Greasy cemetery.
Mi?s Katharine Rife has arrived from
do is to make this bright, np - to
we say LARGE STOCKS, BETTER VALUES AND BETTER
Decatur, Illinois, for a visit of indefinite
length with her sister, Mrs. D. D
Berman.
The band gave another concert on
Main street Saturday, which was very
much enjoyed by a large crowd. The
concerts had been discontinued for a
couple of weeks and the people missed
them.
The Corvallis band boys went to Al
bany Saturday night, where they fur
nished music for the big democratic rally.
Work is progressing rapidly on he
i water ditch for the new mountain water
system. Along Main street and
ou several other streets where the crews
. are engaged, the sceue reminds one of
j an ant hll! or a bee hive, in its activity.
Mr. and Mrs. S. L'Kliae arrived home
Saturday from 'a few day's visit in Port
laud Prof. Proebstel and the senior mem
bers of the mining class left yesterday
for the Bohemia mines, to get an idea of
real mining and to gather certain other
information in their line of worn. Those
in the party were Roth, Getz, Garrett,
McCormick, Rumbauh, Balden, Reiiing
and Prof Proebstel. They will be absent
tea days.
Mis.i Betty Taorp underwent an oper
ation for the removal of a tumor Satur
urday . in a Portland hospital. She sur
vived tha operation aal at last accounts
was getting along very nicely.
Tjmorrow, Wednesday evening, at the
Congregational church, 'the ladies of the
church are to give the annual dinner to
the choir. The affair occur in the
church dining room at 5 o'clock, and the
young ladiea ot the Chri&iian Endeavor
Societj are to do the decoratiug aud also
wait on the tables There are abjuc 25
members in the choir, and there is every
indication th.t the occ.i--ion will be very
t j j.y able.
For Infants and Children.
Ths Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the
Signature of
oh Totra earm or A
u.s. cream mm
SEPARATOR WfttD
We kuow from our
dealings with 0Tr
.7H) dairymen In th
I'aclnc .suitnwunc ana
from our own
practical ex
Derleno in "eSz
ijalrytng that IrMggc
Cream
Separator i
thA naat inn
most practical separator for every-day farm
use. ft la such a wel!-mad9 piece of machinery
that it will last a lifetime, giving every dey
the quickest. easUat service. It is the best
value for the mouoy ami w guarantee it our
selv, in addition to thu euarantoe of the
factory. To show our confidence In this
separator we will ship you one on ten days'
free trial. Then if it don't prove as represented
the best and most practical for your own use,
you may return it at our expense.
Haselwood today stands with its guarantee
behind thousands of TJ. S. Separators, and there
has never been a day when we hav regretted
having guaranteed this fine separator. We
are thoroughly and practically familiar with
the advantages and disadvantages of every
separator on the market and we are handling
the U. S. Separator because wo know it to
be the best there Is. V
SKIMS CLEANEST In addition, the U. S.
Separator skims the milk cloaner than does
any other machine. This has been demon
strated over and over again. The world's record
for clean skimming has been held by the U.
S. Hand Separator for many years. No other
hand separator has been able to equal the
record made five years ago at the Pan-American
Exposition, and yet this record was lowered
by the U. S. Separator 'in the official test at
thp Lewis and Clark fair last year.
It wiU outweiir tny other separator, it is
more easy and simple to operate. It Is easier
to keep clean and It will keep right on year
after yaar doing its daily work, giving perfect
satibfaction.
PAYS FOB ITSELF Tire U. S. Separator
will pay for itsolf In one year In extra crtaro
Fsved over what could be skimmed In the old
fashioned way. If you don't believe it take
advantage of our free trial offer and make tha
test right on your own farm. Skim in both ways
and figure out the result in your own way.
You will find the separator will pay for itself
in a year. We seU it on easy terms and will
take crsi la payment, so you need not pay
ns one cent for the separator, and at the end
of the year the machine wlU all be paid for.
jWrlts today for catalogue and full particulars.
Mention this paper. HATELWOOB CREAM
OOUPABY. rOElLAJm, 0&E&ON.
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- d ate store yonr trading Dlace,
TO $5.00 A SUIT........
Introduced Library Bill.
Representative V. A. Carter,
who is beiore the voters of Benton
county for re-election, has been
out on the stump campaigning
for the boys and is doing his ut
most for the whole ticket.
When ill the legislature dur
ing the session of 1905 Mr.
Caiter introduced and succeeded
in passing- what is known as the
Library Bill. By the provisions
of this bill every school child in
Oregon draws 10 cents per anum
to be expended in lhe way of
founding or enlarging the li
braries of the various public
schools. Mr. Carter his hih
hop-'s for the whole ticket this
year.
To Assist Mitchell.
Throughout the states of Ore
gon and Washington there is an
intense feeling of sympathy for
and endorsement of the action
of George Mitchell in slaying
Edmund Crcfficld. Mr. Mitchell
is a poor young man and he
needs financial assistance. Many
of our prominent citizens are
taking the initiative and are
contributing.
"The - Gazette" will receive
contributions and receipt for the
same.
Help the bov in his trouble.
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"-Htion.
For all advertisements over 25 words,
I c! f-r word for the first insertion, and
K ct per word for each additional inser
tion. Nothing inserted for less than 25
.;enta.
Lodge, society and church notices,
other than strictly news matter, will be
charged tor.
FOR SALE
BURBANK SEED POTATOES. PAS
ture for stock. Inquire Clyde Beach,
phone Ind. 3, Dixie. 41-49
MISCELLANEOUS LOT OF WIRE
cable new and second hand, any length,
pi,ie of anv description and size, ma
chinery to suit anybody, write for
prices on anything; metal, scrap iron
and all kinds of pink and machinery
bought and sold. Address:
37-44 M. B .rde & Son, Portland, Ore.
BALED HAY FOR SALE INQUIRE
P. O. box 344 or Ind. 'pfcone 429.
. Corvailis, Oregon. . 23 tf.
HOMES FOR SALE.
HOMES NOW COMPLETED, OR
will build them to order in Corvallis,
Or., and sell t-ame for cash or install
ments. Address First National Bank,
Corvallis, Or. 34tf
WILL FURNISH LOTS AND BUILD
houses t order in Newport, Lincoln
Co., Oregon, an-i sell same ior cash or
installments Address M. S. Wood
cock, Corvallis, Or. 34tf
HELP WANTED.
A MIDDLE AGED LADY TO DO
house work on a farm near Corvallis,
Ore., and aseist ia caring for three
children. She can arrange if she de
sires to assist ia caring for chickens
and other duties in farm work com
monly done by ladies. If the lady
has a husband, son, or other, male
relative, who is a good worker in farm
work, be can have work at least part
of the lime. In answering send refer
ences. Addrees: P. O. Box 344,
37tf . Coryallis. Oregon.
if yoa have not already
SELECTIONS THAN EVER
Veterinary Surgeon
DR. K E. JACKSON, V. S., WINEGAR
& Snow livery larn. Give him a call.
Phones, Ind., 328; Refidence, 389 or
Bell phone. I2tf
PHYSICIANS
B. A. OATHEY, M. D., PHYSICIAN
and Surgeon. Rooms 14, Bank Build
ing. Office Hours : 10 to 12 a. m , 2 to-,
lp.m. Residence : cor. 5th and Ad
ams Sts Telephone at office and res
idence. Corvallis. Oresron.
House Decorating.
FOR PAINTING AND PAPERING SEE
W. E. Paul, Ind. 488 l4tf
MARBLE SHOP.
MARBLE AND GRANITE MONTJ
jiients; curbing made to order ; clean
ing and reparing done neatly: pave
agent's com minion . Shop North
Main St.FraEk Vanhoosen, Prop, g'Ztt
ATTORNEYS
1
! J. F. YATES, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
I Office up stafra in Zierolf Buildine.
j Only pet of abstracts in Benton County
j S. K. BRYSON ATTORNEY AT LAW.
j Office in Post Office Building, Coival
j lis, Oregon.
WANTED
ANTE D 500 SUBSCRIBERS TO THE
Gazette aud Weekly Oregonian at
2. 55 per year.
BANKING.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
Corvallis, Oregon, transacts a general
conservative banking business. Loans
money on approved security. Drafts
hought and fold and money transferred'
to the principal cities of the United
States, Europe and foreign countries.
For County Treasurer.
As I am the regular nominee on the re
publican ticket for the office of treasurer
of Benton county, I respectfully call at
tention to the fact and urge all members
of the party to support me, assuring them
of my apprecia tion and that it elected I
shall do my utmost to fulfill the duties of
the office in an honorable manner.
40-46 Very truly, S. H. HORTON.
Kings Valley Wool Pool.
I shall handle your wool; sell to the
best advantage. All who wish to join
please come and sign contract aed re.
port number of fleeces to J.F. Chambers,.
Manager. 42-53
Do You Love
Your baby? You wonder why he
cries. Buy a bottle of White's Cream
Vermifuge and he will never cry. Most
babies have worms, and the mother
don't knew it. White's Cream Vermi
fuge rids the child of worms and cleans -out
its system in a pleasant way.
Every mother should keep a bottle of"
this medicine in the house. With it
fear need never enter her mind. Price
25c. Sold by Graham & Wortham. ws
The Lite Insurance
Muddle has started the public to
thinking. The wonderful success that -has
met Ballard's Horehound Syrup in
its crusade on Coughs. Influenza, Bron
chitis and tdl Pulmonarv troubles has
started the public to thinking of this
wonderful preparation. They are all
using it. Join the precession and down
with sickness. Price 2oc, 50c and '
$100. Sold bv Graham & Wortham.
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