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ral years has been, and remains
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THE CAR SHORTAGE.
Managers of great transporta
tion lines are forming extensive
plans to build in haste railroads
to new territory, before a com
peting line may have time to oc
cupy the same. New, sparsely
settled districts needs roads to
' provide means for proper devel
opment. The shipper, however, in other
localities where railroads have
been built, calculates that his
surplus when ready for market
will be loaded on cars promptly
provided for the purpose to carry
the same to market while the
price is yet good. He places his
commodity in a warehouse or
along side of a way station and
anxiously waits for weeks and
sometimes months, after the pro
per authorities have been re-
, quested to supply the needed
He may purchase or raise great
.quantities of products to send to
mnrkpf. rind if cars wprfl nromnt-
- c r
ly supplied the margin at that
time would leave him a small
profit. He waits week after
week for the needed freight cars,
until the price declines, until he
can no longer expect a profit,
but it is inevitable that he must
suffer a loss. He continues to
wait. Workmen must be dis
charged and occasionally the in
dustry must partially, if not
fully, be shut down.
If a consignee receives freight
and permits it to remain in the
transportation companies' de
pots or on the wharf longer than
a given time, he is charged stor
age or a penalty until it is re
moved. This penalty pays the
transportation company for the
damage or loss they may suffer
by reason of the neglect of the
Following along a similar line
of thought, when the shipper
places his lumber, wheat, cattle,
or other product in readiness for
shipment and notifies the com
pany to furnish the necessary
cars, and if the cars are not fur
nished after a reasonable time,'
wouia it not De proper mat tne
company for its neglect be re
quired to Ipay a reasonable sum
to compensate the customer for
each day'he is delayed waiting
for cars? v-
Transportation companies may
feel that they will carry the
freight in the territory they
occupy, but they should be requir
ed to furnish cars or boats
promptly in territory where they
operate lines of transportation. If
they do not promptly respond,
reasonable laws should be pass
ed requiring them to compensate
the shipper for unnecessarv de
1 .1 A. 1. 1 , 1 .,
lays. The terms should be so
definitely fixed that a law suit
will not be required to obtain re
sults. WHAT HE THINCS.
(Continued Fiom Fiist Pae.)
fies the education which she hss
Oae thin; which American
wo nan does not like very well is
cooking and washing dishes-.
tiiinorh she does not seem to
mind much the trouble of keep
ing the house clean and beauti
ful. In this respect her sister in
Asia is diftereut. Hindu, Per
sian, and Japanese women regard
it a compliment to be able to
cook a variety of good meals.
But in one thing she beats all.
An American girl can look one
square in the face, can walk up
right, can run, is well informed,
and can face an audience with
out the slighV'-t netvousness or
An American woman is good
and courteous towards foreigners;
the writer, a Hindu, has enjoyed
many courtesies at the hand of
them, would have hardly known
anything about the home life jor
One day I happened to go to
see an acquaintance of mine. I
had no business but what could
be transacted in ten minutes.
When I reacherlmy friend's house
it was about supper time. He
invited me to supper at his table.
I told him I tud no such in
tention. But in the meantime
his mother came out, and a short
introduction followed, she asked
me to the supper as well, so I
went inside the house. It was a
small farmer's home. There
were young boys and girls, and
I was qiite a 'stranger to the
place, yet such was the conduct
and good will of everyone that I
felt at home and enjoyed their
society full well. But there was
one thought in my mind all the
time, nor has it left me now.
What was it? L,et the Hindu
audience guess it awhile. ; I felt
the force of this natural, unas-
sumed courtesy. I felt there
was something in it which I can
not return in India under similar
circumstances. What is it?
Have you guessed? ' - -
Is it that I could not have in
vited the same acquaintance to
supper in India? Yes I could.
Spontaneous hospitality in India
is our custom what then could
I not return? Have you guess
ed it? If not, I will tell you.
Could I have 'iavited my friend
to the same table with my sister,
wife and mother, and could ,they
give the same attention and per
sonal regard to make the stranger
happy and cheerful as this Amer
ican family did? ,This was the
question. AndI wish you all,
my Hindu friends, to reply to
this in your own mind. But
this is digression.
I was going to say that the
freedom given to the American
woman nas been a success. It
has contributed to the general
healthfulness of the people; it has
improved the size, the beauty,
and mental and moral calibre of
both men .and women. - The
presence of women in public, far
from corrupting and lowering the
morals of men. and "causing dis
order, as some people in India
think, has.been a direct influ
ence in keeping the public
morals decent, the language re
fined and their meanness suppres-
American woman by itself is a
fit subject of study for the Hin
dus, and we should never let an
opportunity go, whenever we can
observe and make notes. Noth
ing is more convincing than si
lent observation, and I believe it
will be to the best interest of the
human race if the Hindu bovs
will take more interest in all
that pertains to the welfare of
women; and on the other hand,
it ought to be a consideration'
with American women to give
every opportunity to the Hindu
lads, to see what American wo
man is capable of doing,1 and
what freedom to other women is
likely to do for India.
Cultured, self-respecting, in
dependent and gracelul, beauti
ful, shining as American woman
is, no wonder then that America
is going forward with a resistless
progress, and no wonder that her
children are so intelligent." Jt is
her voice which, when" mingled
wuu iuc voice or men, makes
the air ring with the melodious
and awe-inspiring music of the
National anthem; it is she who
answers for the safety of the
"land of the free and the hpnie
of the brave," and she that in
spires men to glorious deeds and
The Hindu needs woman's
partnership as his American
brother does, and national free
dom is no small corollary of wo
man's freedom. -
"A ROYAL SLAVE."
At the Opera House Next Satur
Gordon Bennett's beautiful
romantic drama of the South
land, "A Royal Slave" will be
the attraction at the opera house
next Saturday night, On ac
count of the great popularity of
this production, iu has become
necessary to make the Corvallis
date the 17 th instead of the 15th
as first announced. . The com
pany has just completed a week's
engagement in Portland, where
they were spoken of as an un
usually strong attraction.
The Douglas nd Floi'sHeirri Shoes
T h e 1 1' H awes' 'and M a 1 1 o iy H a ts
Mexican history is replete with
romantic stones, but in the days
cf Maxamilan, a half century
aS2j romance rose to its highest
plane. Those were days--when
knighthood was in flower fully as
much as in Europe centuries ago.
Clarence Bennett has made one
of Nature's noblemen, a desceed-
ant of kings as well, .the leading
character in "A Royal Slave,
one of the strongest and , best
dramatic productions of the day.
The fact that it is under the
management of Gordon & Ben
nett, the producers of "The Holy
Citv." should be a sufficient
guarantee of its class and merit.
Reserve seat sale opens Wednes
day morning. Prices -50 and 75
Locals Win It.
In an interesting game of foot
ball on the Corvallis. field Satur
day afternoon, OAC defeated The
If Yon Eead Thia "
It will be to learn that the leading medi
cal writers and teachers of all the several
schools of practice recommend, iu the
strongest terms possible, each and every
Ingredient entering into the composition
of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
for the cure of weak stomach, dyspepsia,
catarrh of stomach, "liver complaint,"
torpid liver, or biliousness, chronic bowel
affections, and all catarrhal diseases of
whatever region, name' or nature. It is
also a specificTemedy for all such chronic
or long standing cases of catarrhal affec
tions and their resultants, as bronchial,
throat and lung disease (except consump
tion) accompanied with severe coughs. It
is not so good for acute colds and coughs,
but for lingering, or chronic cases it is
especially efficacious in producing per
fect cures. It contains Black Cherry bark,
Golden ' Seal root, Bloodroot, Stone root!
Mandrake root and Queen's root all of
wnicn are nigniy praised, as remedies for
all the above mentioned affections by such
-minent medical writers and teachers as
Prof. Bartholow, ofJefferson Med. Col
lege; Prof. Hareef the Univ. of Pa;;
Prof. Finley-Ettfngwood, M. D., of Ben
nett" Med. College, Chicago; Prof. John
King, M. Du of Cincinnati ; Prof. John
M. Scuddertf. D., of Cincinnati ; Prof.
Edwin M-iaie, M. D., of Hahnemann
Med. CjrtTegJi, Chicago, and scores of
othersep-tffiiy eminent in their several
JThe "Gofd-".a Medical Discnverv fs tho
njy mediconut iTninr saP Vrougrj;
gisis iik rnrnosps. tnat nas anr
'eznonttl endorspmpnt, w'nrfTT
more than frriv n"T,'r nf f)r"inaT tQR''-
mutudia. vucai uuuiidiy Ol lib loruXKi-s
is the best possible guaranty of its men-.
A glance at this published formula w;;
show that "Golden Medical Discovery"
contains no Doisonous, harmful or hab:"
forming drugs and no alcohol chemically
fiure, triple-iefined glycerine being used
nstead. Glycerine is entirely unobjec
tionable and besides is a most useful agent
in the cure of all stomach as well as bron
chial, throat and lung affections. There
is the highest medical authority for its
use in all such cases. 1 The a Discovery "a
a concentrated glyceric extract of native,
medicinal roots and is safe and reliab:e,
A booklet of extracts from eminent,
medical authorities, endorsing its ingre
dients mailed free on request. Address
Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
Yourself f on CloihSna V&Iugq
Regardless of where you have been
in the habit of buying your Clothing you
owe it to yourself as an educational duty
to inspect the showing we make of
No skimping in themaking, lining
xand designing. Broad variety of aU
good styles. Prices
$8.50 to $25
Big Values in Underwear and Overshirts
Dalles Club team by the score of
9 to o. 1 he visitors were out
classed from start, to
ing to make yardage
Looney, Hanan and Finn
made good runs for O AC, while
Wolfe made a kick from place
ment and a touch down for- the
orange. The line-up -
m ; Conrad
J Darby-Finn ' L, T
Pendergrass L, G
Cherry . C
Clark ; . RG
Bennett v- R T
Cadv X II
O. A. C.
Three doors north of Hotel Cor
vallis. Give ine a call.
. ' y Pm H. S WABB, Pron.
S. P. and 0. R.
THE TIME SAVED
C hicago Is 17 Hours Nearer b
This Popular Columbia BircrHoute
Franklin was right when he said,
"Lost timers never found again." The
O. ' R. & N. in addition to giving
yon 200 milesfalong the matchless Col
umbia! River, saves you 17 hours to Chi-,
cago. It is the
Short Lineto Lewiston. ,
Short Line to-Palouse country.
SnortLine to Spokane. '
- Short Line fo the Couer d'Alene coun
try. ' . ;
ShortTLine to Salt Lake City. ;
Short Line to Denver.
Short Line to Kansas City. ,
Short Line to Omaha.
Short Line to Chicago. .
; Short Line to all points East. .
Three trams east daily, 9 :l5 a. m., 6:
15 p. m. and 8:15 p. m. The "Chicago
Portland Special" is as fine as the finest.
Every comfort of heme.
. For particular j ask aiay agent of the
Southern Pacific Company or write
General Passenger Agent, Portland, O-.
Subscribe for the Gazette.
'Aifv f tl ." J
' ' derheuner Stein & Ox
Looney-Hanan R H Cohen
Gagnou Q Smith-Pichet
Wolfe F McCoy
Referee, Pilkingtori: umpire
Always Was Sick.
: Vhen a man says he alwavs was eick
troubled with a cough that lasted all
winter what would you think if he
erould say he never was sick since
using Ballard's Horehound Syrup. Such
a man exists:
Mr. J, 0-Clark of Denver, Colorado,
writes : "For some years I was trouble''
with a severe cough that would last all
winter. This cough left me in a miser
able condition. E tried Ballard's Horn-
houud Syrup and have not had a tick
day Bince. That's what it did for me."
soia by Urraham s VVortham,
Notice for Publication.
' tepartment of the Interior
- . I,and Office at Roseburg, Oregon,
Notice, is hereby given that ' William E. Barn
, .v,"t uuuuc 01 nis in
tention to make final five-year proof in support
.uiuiiim, viz: Homestead Entry No. 13067
andN )4 NKJ and SWlNE . Sep , Tnm,
ship i5 S, Range 10 W, and that said proof will
be made before the County Clerk of Bentou
County at his office at Corvallis. Oregon, on
He namps t h fniinnn'tin- h'm . -
t whucbscs iu prove ms
contmuous- resideupe- upon, and cultivation of
?arJ7 E-ar,lest. and Martin I,. Earnest, all of
75' ' BENJAMKI I,. E:DY, Register.
Executor's Sale of Real Property.
m locoianeroi tne instate of Huldah A.
i.uus o ijcicuv given mat unaerjano; tvur-
ui odic iiiiiuc uy ine uountv
Court of the SUte of Oregon for the County of
Beuton on the 15th day ot September 1906 in the
1 iiili n. ti , ine unaersigned ex-
a. crown, aeceasea, will irom and after
TUESDAY .THE I-ITH DAY OP NOVEMRKB . irvifi
.w. vvi iuc w ii 1 aQu lesmmenr 01 iiuldah
proceed to sell at orivate sale to the hio-ht r;.i.
-der or cash in hand; subject to the confirmatien
ui saiu court, an me ioiiowmg described real
property, to-wit: .Lot numbered three (3) in
block cumbered seventeen (17) In Jobs Addition
to the City of Corvall.s, Benton County, Oregon;
said sale to be made for the ouroose of navinJ
claims "against said estate and charges and ex-
ciiao ui auiiiiiiisiiiiiiun remaining unpaiu. '
Dated this October 16th, 1906.
W. S. UNVTI.LE,
nxecutor ot ithe last will and testament of
jiuiaan a, urown, aoceased. . - . 85-97
Jfotlce to Creditors. -
Notice is hereby given that the Undersigned
has been duly appointed administrator of the
estate of Abram Underhill. deceased, by the
County Court of Benton County, Oregon.
Alljpersons having claims against said estate
are hereby required to present the same, duly
verified as by law required, to the undersigned
at Summit, Benton County, Oregon, or at the
omce 01 j. r. atea at corvallis, Benton County,
Oregon, within six months from the date of this
Dated October 19. 190&
, ' HORACE nNDERTTTTT.
Administrator of the estate of Abram Underhill.
aeceased. . 6-98
for Job AAbrk
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For all advertisements over 25 words,
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Lodge, Bociety aad ct.an-h notices,
Cher than strictly news matter, will be
oh anted tor. .
HOMES FOR SALE.
WILL SELL LOTS IN CORVALLIS.
. Oregon, on instalment plan and as
sist porcbasers to build homes on them
if desired. Address First National
Bank, Corvallis, Or. ,
WILL SELL MY LOTS IN NEA PORT,
Or., for spot cash, balance instal
ments, and help parties to build homes
thereon, i: desired. Address M. S.
Woodcock, Corvallis, Or.
Vete ri n a S u rq eo n
DR. E.E.JACKSON. VETERINARY
surgeon and dentist. Residence 1220
Fourth Btreet. Phone 389. Onlce
1011 Main stieet, pnone 204. Give
him a call.
8. A. OATHEY, M. D., PHYSICIAN
' and burgeon. Rooms 14, Bank Building.-
Olnce Hours : 10 to 12 a. m , 2 to
i p; m . Residence : cor. 5th and Ad-i
ams 8 in. Telephone at office and res
ident. Corvallia, Oregon.
FOR PAINTING ANDPAPERIMGSEE
W. E. Paul, Ind. 488 litf
MARBLE AND GRANITE MONU
ments ; curbing made to order ; clean
ing and reparing done neatly : save
.agent's commission. Shop North
Main St.,Frank Vanhoosen, Prop, 92U
J. F. YATES, ATTORNE Y-AT-LAW.
Office op etafrs in Zierolf Building.
Only set of abstracts in Benton County
Hi. K. BRYSON ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office in Post Office Building, Corval
WANTED A MAN, WITHOUT STOCK
to reni a swelling adjoining Corvallis
who is a kind good workman with a
team of horses. 81 -tf.
WANTE D 500 SUBSCRIBERS TOTHE
Gazette and Weekly Oregonian at
$2.55 per year.
WANTED Sixty tone of cjean
vetch seed, and oata in car lots,
load cars at nearest railroad station.
Wanted clean Italian and English
Rye grass seed, can furnish gaso
line engine with cleaner and grind'
er to cieau for farmers. For sale
young cow; will be fresh Boon, $25;
6-year-old horse for eale or trade. L.
L. Brooks. Phone 155 Mountain
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
Corvallis, Oregon, transacts a general
conservative banking business. Loans
money on approved security. Drafts
bought and told and money transferred
to the principal cities of the United
States, Europe and foreign countries.
' There's tto.Use.
Talking, you can't beat Herbine for
the Liver. The greatest regulator ever
offeted to suffering humanity. If you
suffer from liver complaint, if von am
bilious and fretful, .it is your liver, and
Herbine will put it in its proser condi-
tion. A positive cure' for Constipation,
Biliousness, Dvspepsia and -all ilisdue to
a torpid liver. Try a bottle and you
will never usa aBvthirie' else. Snlrl hv
Graham & Wortham.
Notice to Creditors.
Notice is herehir trtvn ts oil mriAm i
. ----- j r- ' tt nuiu m may vuil
cern that the undersigned has been duly a;. pointed
lTviwnitpiv "1 tln la. 1 1 1 . . .
m.'muuiiUimv wm nuu ifVuiiiieub ox fames
P XTlvRiUi iluuaml ... 1 . ?
- ' yfj hi, luuuiiv .uurt oi iien-
ton County, Oregon. All persons having claims
against the estate of said James P. McBee, deceas
ed, are hereby required to present the same, with
proper vouchers therefor, duly verified as by law r-
nllir.H within civ m,n.l.a . 1 .
to the undersigned at her residence in Corraliig
Oregon, or at the office of McFadden and Bryson
attomejs, in the Pottoffice Building, Corvallis, Ore
gon, , -
Dated at Corvallis, Oregon, this 21st day of
September, 1806. .
IVA MAY MCBKE,
Executrix of the Laxt W ill and Tpnt.muni ,.t t.
P. McBee. deceased. ra.t
for cnzizmsu -safe. sur . i-