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CORVALLIS, BENTON! COUNTY, OREGON,' FRU) AT,. SEPT. 4. 1908.
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Fob painting anxtpafekikg bee
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J. FV! YATE8.S ATTOENE Y-ATT-EA. W.
Office op atafra in Zierolf Building
Onlr att of abstract in Bentou Coontr
ft. B. BBYSON ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Ofics in Putt Office Building, Corral
da, Oregon, r
WAdTED 600 SUBSCRIBERS TO THE
Oatte and Weekly ' Oregonian at
12.60 par aar.v w r t
B. A. CATbEY, M. D.,PHY8ICIA
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lag. Office Hoora: 10 to 13 a. m., 2 to
4p.m. Residence: cor. 6th and Ad
aina Wte. Telephone at office and raa
tdenoe. OorvaJlia, Oregon
W. T. ROWLEY, M. i... PHYSICIAN
aod Surgeon. Special attention given
to the Eye, Noae and Throat. Office
in Johnson Bidg. . Ind. 'phone at of
, fice and lesidence.
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Suoce iters to S. N. Wilkins. Corvsllis,
Oregon. . Lud. Fnone 45. ' Bell Phone
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HENKLE & BLACKLEDGE, UNDER
takers and Itcenaea em baltnetB, South
Main St., Corvallia, Or. ,
THE FIR-1 NATIONAL BANK Oi
Corvallis, Oregon, transacts a general
conservative banking business... Ixmum
, money on approved security. Draft
boogfy and told an 1 money transferred
to tue principal cities of the United
States, Europe and foreign countries.
HOMES FOR SALE
WB HAVE SEVERAL PARTIES who
arc looking for homestad locations
or relinquishments, also some good
- timber claims. If you know of any
good homesteads or timber claims it
" will pay you to write us. Address
-iTNA REALTY COMPANY, aa$
Failing Building, Portland, Oregon.
WILL SELL LOTS IN CORVALLIS,
Oregon, on instalment plan and as
list purchasers to build homes on then,
if desired. Address First National
Bank. Corvallis. Or.
M uvdi wsv
Live and Dressed Poultry,
Bone, Grit , and Oyster
Shells, Prussian Stock
and Poultry Tonic, Lice
, . Pay. highest caf-h market price
for Poultry, Eggs, Veal and Hog.
....... , S12 Second Street
5 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
2 Department of the Interior, "
I U. S. Land Office at Roeebur, Oregon,
$ -. Juay i2, 1908.
Notice is hereby given that. Adolph
Frouihen, cf Monroe, Oregon, who on
! July 8. 1903, mad Homestead Entry,
j No. LiSsK), for Lots 6, If, 13 and 14, ft-c-:
tion 12, TowiiStiip l4 S., Range 7
I Willauif tie Meridian, has filed notice of
? intention to make Final five year proof.
$ to establisn claim to tue land above de
j scribed, before the Count Clerk of Ben
i ton County, at Corvallis. Oregon, cn the
I 16' h day oi Septemoe 1908.
1 Claimant names aa a itnesecs: Georsre
Tompkins of Monroe, Oregon, B. F. V.
1 ; W. C. Graves of Monroe. Oregon. B.
' F. D. 1; J. E. Williams of Monroe, Ore
i goo, R. F D. 1; Charles Gilinaa of Mon-
to, Oregon, B. 9. D. 1. ' . .
i 66-76 Buuajuv L. Eddy, RegUter.
WHAT HAS HAPPENED ?
Dead Fish Cover the ' Ocean for
35 Miles Otf Yaquina Bay-A
- Submarine Eruption
. . . Suspected.
A Newport dispatch of JTues-
dav says': .. That there has been
a submarine earthquake or-vol
canic eruption somewhere near
Yaquina Bay is the belief of ea
captains coming - into "Newport
during ,.the past , week.. The
ocean, for 35 miles off shore, is
c.overecr ; with dead herring, and
the' beaches for miles either-side
of Yaquina Bay are now piling
up with fish that appear to have
been killed py some catastropne.
j In 40 years so many, , herring
have not ' been seen in this bay,
or at sea. as are now visible on
every nana. i
;, "There .is only one.: explana
tion of thfs phenomenon,' said
Captain George Tyler this morn
ing. "That is, that there has
beer, a submarine eruption, of
some sort which has killed these
fish and left them ,' floating on
the surface. In all my life on
this coast I have never' before
seen nor heard of such a hap
, The effect ! of this surfeit on
the scavengers ; is specially no
ticeable. The seagulls fireAbso-
lutely quiescent, arid , yesterday
outing parties reported that the
gulls resting on the sand "spits
were so gorged that they refused
to - fly at the approach of men.
Skates, goose-fish and! other sea--
scavenger.? nave ,. come into tne
presence of man-eating sharks
outside is attributed to the same
Corvallis Times Sold To N. R.
? Moore, of Utah.
The last issue of the Corvallis
Times contains the announce
ment that Hon. B. F. Irvine had
sold the ' plant to Mr. N. R.
Moorerof Utah, and would retire
from the newspaper business in
His many friends, and partic
ularly the democratic party, will
regret to see Mr. Irvine step out
as it leaves them without an or
gan in the county, Mr. Moore
making the announcement .that
under the new management the
paper would hereafter be inde
pendent in politics. .
As a competitor in business we
would say that the departing
brother, as a neighbor, was al
ways kind and courteous, never
failing to respond to the usual
courtesies extended between
printing' offices." As a citizen
and newspaper man he took a
leading part in eery public en
terprise and when once enlisted
in a cause he never faltered, but
fought the battle to a finish. As
a Democrat in behalf of our
selves and the Republican party
of ., Benton county we can truth
fully say we are glad he. is gone,
for no wild bronco ever captured
on the plains was a harder horse
to curry, and he has caused the
Republicans of this county many
sleepless nights He could say
more mean things in a campaign
and" get, forgiveness than any
fether" living man. J i
Goodbye, brother, we wish you
well in your new field of iaboj.
To brothor 'Mo'ore ;ve extend
amost cordial greeting and sin
cerely hope our relations in the
held may be pleasant and agree
able, mutuallv realizing that
no proscriptions have ever been
placed upon the territory.
Old papers, in bundles, , for
slue at this oluce.
Valley Farmlnjr-Dr. Jas. Withy
; . cornb in Charge, ! i"! H
i More elaborate than any simw
lar train ever run over a railroa
tn the Pacific Northwest will b$
the farming demonstration train
to be operated through the Wili
amette VAUeyby the Souther
Pacific company in Uctober jusjt
announced by R. B. Milfer,xger
eral freight agent for the Harrk
man lines in this territory Th6
train will be run ander1 the di
rection of the . Oregon. . Agricul
tural College, -and Dr. James.
Withycombe, director of thOrtr
gon experiment oniuoD, win,
in charge. He will have ariunt-
ber of assistants, and leeturts
and demonstrations willije' gil
en that are calculatedtoiinprove
farming .conditions. .
QdS. - ; ni'p 7:- -
4 A striking; feature of the train
wilt "be number of dairy ws
that will b-carried n special
stalls. These animals will be
high-class dairy cows and they
will bS'niilked at various stations j
oy xne eompressect air iuiiK.mg
machine that willbe demorfstrat
ed to the farmers. The milk
will be run' through separators
cariea on tne train ami vitiiuuo
processes of daiaying will be
snown. . rrsV
1 Modern Dairying Methods,
; The cows will show tnearm
ers the best types of "dairy cattle
and their proper care will be im
pressed upon the farmers by .oh?
feet lessons. The most modern
and successful dairying methods
will also be taught by . what da
believed to be the most forceful
way. that ot. actual, demonstra-'
tion. . - . . ... -Jfiv
various kinds that will b0 nigh
ly" interesting to the farmers
Modern agricultural implements
of every sort will occupy one car.
An exhibit of grains and grasses
will be -carried. Materials v for
horticultural instruction, " show
ing the best methods of budding,
grafting, pruning, spraying; and
packing fruit, will be carried, a
special series of object lessons
will be given to- show the farm.
ers how to pack fruit commer
cially. - s :
Demonstrators with the train
will show the farmers how to
make milk tests for butter fat
and how to carry on innumera
ble modern scientific, processes.
The tiain will be run as a spec
ial and will stop at the principal
places in the Willamette Valley.
The complete itinerary' "has f not
yet been made up A number
of passenger cars will be includ
ed in the train to carry Dr.
Withycombe and his staff of as
sistants as well as railroad officials
wfio will accompany thetrain.
Demonstrate Scientific Methods.
"The - demonstration train
has been undertaken for
the purpose of educating and
assisting the farmers, so far ; as
it is possible to do so, in better
and more scientific methods of
farming," said Mr. Miller. "The
railroad-company also hopes to
stimulate the production of dairy,
horticultural, livestock and other
diversified farm -products, of
which the Willamette Valley
does not now produce in suffic
ient quantities to , supply, the
"This is evidenced . by , the
fact that butter, eggs and poul
try are shipped here from the
East in, carloads, i Fresh cream
is being shipped by express in
considerable quantities from Cal
ifornia to Portland-and from
Utah to Washington - points,
.vhicli could just as well be sup
plied from this state. Live bo
are brousrht here from Nebrask .
in train loads. Many 'carload -of
cured meats, "lard, et-, are
hrongh here fron tha P,tst ev
ery year. - -
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We need wooa on suocr .tion
rTimidoyV Sept. 3d
. , i
V - $
t u . .
: .. 5
t RC ON r OFFERING
fifiQO yardi'ltf feilk Satin
inches wide, - all-eolorsj'
jaarid block 'and "white jnX-
ues to 45c yard. "
. .'Thursday, Friday "? "and
C . I i Saturday "
i-w 1 1 snn noe rs.
HOLY ROLLER HORSEWHIPPED
Induced Coos County Girl to Burn
Clothing and Watch. :
A dispatch" from Marshfield
says: Horsewhipping at the
hands of the mother of one - of
her pupils was the pay received
by a Holy Roller who has been
disseminating her views in and
The woman had been working
on the feelings of the 16-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Kadabaugh, and the girl became
almost crazy over the idea that
she 'would never be sanctified
until she burned her clothes, as
she was told, as good clothes and
jewelry are a part of the tempta
tions of the devil. The Holy
Roller doctrines preyed on the
girl's mind so much that . Wed
nesday evening she burned her
best dresses and watch thai, she
might become sanctified. The
girl's mother, not looking upon
the matter in that light, started
out Thursday morning to ; find
the priestess and make her pa.y
for the burning of tlie clothes
No chariot of fire came down
for the Holy Roller and she had
to make rapid tracks for the boat,
which she reached .before Mrs.
itadabaugh. Mrs. Radabaugli
procured', a horse and buggy,
canie to.this city and catching
irhe woman on the city whart
as lied for the pay for the clothes
and waudi, and upon being re
fused, proceeded to lay the car
riage wuip tocioss the sanctified
one's PhouldVn! and body, after
wards knocking her down.
, The Holy Roller left oa the
noon boat down the river.
' FridayV Sept; 4th
WO O I: TIT.
Novel Attractions and Art istic
Arrangement on the Streets.
: -Out business men are taking
great interest in the AU-Beuton
Fair and will have' many new
and novel attractions. The Kau
pisch Creamery will arrange
and freeze many blocks of ice
for business men, inside of which
will be artistically arranged the
wares and merchandise they
Gun Hodes and M. M. Long
will have guns and revolvers en
cased in ice so that when you
pass their places of business
there will be no danger of get
Small & Son will attract your
attention in the same manner
with bread and cakes, while the
Centennial and Porter meat
shops will whet your appetite
with a handsome steak, belogna
sausage etc. which of course will
be out of your reach and make
your mouth water to look at it.
S. L. Kline will show up his
grocery department in fine shape
also through a block of ice. .
J. R. Smith & Co. display will
be hardware novelties, such as
nuts, bolts, monkey wrenches
The-Kaupisch display will be
on the show grounds and the ice
will contain water melons, flow
ers and various other things. '
This is a new and novel mode
of advertising and will certainly
attract attention. - .
. It is surmised that the big corn
, crop in Ohio has given the death
(blow to Bryan's hopes of carry
ling that state.
Saturday, Sept. 5th
;- ipoa ;"
Of all the ' wanted " kinds
and latest- in Novelty
Handles.1 t '
Ladies', Children's and
Men's, at'."s. .r "
: PRICES :
75c $1.00 $1.50 to
! i $10.50 each -
With the Churches.
Services, Sunday Sept. 6th,
10 a. m. Sunday School; 11 a.m.
Ante Communion, sermon, and
celebration of Holy Communion.
5 p. m.- Vesper service. Seats
free. All welcome. .
J. W. Armstrong, Rector.
M. B. CHURCH, SOUTH.
Rev. P. A. Moses will preach
at the M. E. Church south next
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
Evangelical church, 9th and
Harrison Sts. Services morn
ingand evening at the usual hour.
Beulah Sunday School at 2 p.
m. K. L. C.E. at8 p. m.
Preaching at the Presbyterian
church Sunday morning and eve
ning by the pastor, Rev. J. R. N.
Bell. Morning topic: "Exalta
tion." Evening topic: "First
Principles." Sunday School at
10 a. m. Endeavor at 6:30 p. m.
Preaching in the evening at 7:30
Biblestudy onThursday evening
at 7:30. We would be glad to '
see all of the congregation in
their pews next Snnday at all
the services. Welcome.
Following the union . services
of the summer there will be re
sumed the regular preaching
services at the Christian church,
Lo.-d's Day, Sept. 6tb.. Subjects
of sermons 11 a.m. "The Leav
en of the Pharisees " 7:30 p. m.
"What Should Influence Me to
become a Christian." Note the
change of hour of evening serv
ice from 8 to 7:30.