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THE GORVALUS GAZETTE.
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1900. Ear President: william Mckinley of) Ohio. F-r Visa-President: . THEODORE ROOSEVELT of New York.' For Presidential Electors. TILMON FORD Marion County J. C. FUXLERTON Douglas County W. J. FURNISH Umatilla County O. F. PAYTON Multnomah County OUR IDEAL PRESIDENT. Judge George H. Williams, Oreson' s errand old man, who served as attorney general in the cabinet ot President Grant paid the following tribute to Presi dent McKinley in his speech at Hillsboro, Saturday afternoon: I believe in PresideMt McKin- lev, and I want to see him re elected. I do not claim that he is the embodiment of human wisdom and not liable to make mistakes like other meOj but I do say that he is honest able and patriotic, and in my judgment has made an excellent president To pick a flaw here and there in an administration is no just way to judge its merits, but all of its acts should be taken together and the result of these made the criterion by which to judge ot its1 merits or dements. There never has been and never will be an administration entirely free from faults and er rors. .Napoleon said success was the test of merit and whethsr this be true or not it accords with th? common judgment of mankind 'and with the juaginent of the people of the country as to the administration of public affairs, and I say that no admin istration of our government has been more successful than the administration of William Mc Kinley; successful in the achieve meat of peace, successful in the operations of war. No one so far as I know questions, the in tegrity, patriotism and good in tentions of the president, but some say that he is weak, vacil lating and too anxious to find out and follow public opinion. I recollect distinctly when the same charge in substance was made against Abraham Lincoln. Wade, Chase and many others said that he lacked backbone and was afraid to do what was right, that he was waiting to find out what the people wanted and much more to the same effect, but subsequent events demon strated that it was good judg ment and not weakness that dic tated his course. Bullheaded ness is not the highest quality of statesmanship. I hold as a gen eral proposition that the presi dent has no right to enforce his individual opinion against the will of the people, and contrary to the judgment of congress. His functions as proscribed by the constitution are to make recommendations to congress and execute the laws, and if congress does not accept his recommendations it is not his duty on that account to engage in a war with that body. He may accept the judgment of congress, though contrary to his own opinion, and at the same time be a strong man and a statesman. The veto power was intended to be exercised only in exceptional oasos. When the president of the United States! undertakes to say that everybody and everything shall bow to his will we shall have so far as he dan bring it about what France had when Louis XIV said, "I am tho state. ' ' Ex-Senator Hill said, referring to the dictation ot Bryan to the democratic con vention, that individual im perialism was as bad as national imperialism, and I agree with him. President McKinley has ex hibited all the firmness neces sary to the success of his admin istration. He has made no theatrical display of indepen dence to earn the praise of a few mugwumps, but by a careful and conciliatory course has pre served the unity of the republi can party, enabled it to fulfill the 1 7 ,aa W piuunscs lnauc m loyo ana pro pared it for victory in the com ing presidential election. If republican principles and poli cies are worth anything; they are worth preservation and they cannot be preserved and put in force without preserving the in tegrity of the party by which they are supported. LET LAWTON ANSWER. The Times has published Mr. Bryan's answer to the charge that he has encouraged Filipino resistance to American authority, and asks "if what Mr. Bryan says is not true, what is the truth?" No better answer can be given to the query of the Times and to Mr. Bryan, than the following extract from a letter written by General Lawton about two months before he was shot: "I would to God that the truth of this whole Philippine situa tion could be known by every one in America a3 I know it. the real history, inspiration and conditions of this insurrection, and the influences, local and ex ternal, that now encourage the enemy, as well as the actual possibilities of these islands and peoples and their relations to this great Bast, could be under stood at home, we would hear no more talk of unjust "shooting of government" into the Filipi nos, or of hauling down our flag in the Philippines. If the so called 'anti-imperialists would honestly ascertain the truth on the ground, and not in distant America, they, whom I believe to be honest men. misinformed, would be convinced of the error of their statements and conclu sions, and of the unfortunate effect ot their publications here. If I am shot by a Filipino bullet, it might as well come from one of my own men, because I know from observations confirmed by captured prisoners that the con tinuance of fighting is chiefly due to reports that are sent out from America." If the Times is honestly try ing to ascertain the validity of the charge against Mr. Bryan, it will be convinced by the testi mony of Lawton. "If it is satis fied that Mr. Bryan is guilty, it is trying to deceive its readers who may not be in possession of all the facts and ought to be ashamed of itself. Who can question the honesty of opinion voiced by the fearless, noble Lawton, whom all the nation mourns? Without politi cal ambition, and without object or purpose beyond that of faithfully serving his country, he speaks out the blunt sincere feelings that welled np from his big heart and are confirmed by intimate acquaintance with the facts he unselfishly discusses. BRYAN ANSWERS SCHURZ. Carl Schurz has made another reply to Secretary Gage, in which he" attempts to hoodwink himself and other gold standard men into the belief, that if elect ed Mr. Bryan will not be able to undo the splendid work accom plished by .this administration for our ourrency system. Mr. W. J. Bryan is probably the best authority to speak upon this question, and his words are a sufficient answer to Mr. Schurz. Mr. Bryan savs: "If there is any one whe be lieves the gold standard is a good thing, or that it must be maintained, I warn him not to cast his vote for me, because I promise him it will not be main tained in this country longer than I am able to get rid ef it." Our contemporary quotes from that portion of the president's message concerning trusts, and asks, "What is honest co-operation?" Well, just now Bryan organs are telling us that Mr. Jones' cotton-bale trust, Mr. Croker's ice trust, Mr. McLean's sugar trust, Mr. Valentine's ex press trust, etc. , is 1 'honest co operation." The question arises, would Carl Schurz have been so solicit ous about the welfare of the Fili pinos if Germany had been suc cessful in her designs upon the islands? Nolan & Callahan's Premium Dishes have arrived; present y our coupons. Shingles and Doors. We are overstocked with shingles and are offering . standard A for $1.25; also cedar doors for $1.25 apiece, Corvallis Sa u mill Co. The celebrated Palmer garments at Kline's. Try this Office for Job Work. Take Cuticura Resolvent Because it is so puro and wholesome, that mothers can give it freely to children of all ages. It cools and cleanses the blood, and is ot the greatest yalue in speedily caring disfiguring, burning, scaly humors, lashes, and irritations, when taken in con nection with hot baths of Cuticura Soap, and gentle anointings with Cuticura, the great skin core and p great of emollients. Bold throughout the world. Fottsb Dbuo and Camv. Cosr.,lrop... Button. " How t o Curo Babv KaahtVfree. Wanted. Old cast iron of any kind. Farmers, we will pay you from one-fourth to one half more for your iron than any jnnk dealer. We a're ready to do repair work of any kind, at any time. Patronize ns Bring your old iron and pet your money The Foundry, Corvallis, Or. For Sale. We have now on band the finest and most complete stock of finish lumber and the best grade of flooring, rustic, etc., ever seen in Corvallis. Also cedar posts in any quantity. Corvallis Sawmill Company. ' Found. In the city of Corvallis, last week, a small gold-plated watch. Owner may have same by calling on Mr. Starr at K. M. wade's store and proving property- For Sale. Furniture and other household goods; also wood lathe, perfectly new, and a Dilley bicycle in good repair. Mrs. E. S. Murray, IM ej The Fixer is now prepared to do all kinds of hi cycle repairing, enameling, varnishing, etc. Besides being a champion "fixer of the Willamette valley, he carries a foil line ef bicycle sundries and supplies His shop Is the headquaretrs for wheel men. Pay him a visit.' To the Mothers. Buy your boysT clothing here and yon won't have to buy so often. Boys' school suits with doable seat and knees; iust the thine for hard wear. Bovb' all wool double seat and knee pants, SO cents per pair. &. L. Kkine. A Call for Warrants. Notice is hereby given that there is money in the treasury to pay p11 city warrants indorsed prior to July 11th, 1899. Interest will be stopped on the eauie from this date. lVu. McLagan, City Treasurer. Dated, Corvallis, Or., Sept. 7th, 1900 Kotlee of Final Settlement. Notice ta hereby iriven that the undersigned' ex ecutor ot the 1 estate of Elizabeth A. Beach, de ceased, has, filed in the Connty Court of Benton county, Oregon, hie final account as such executor cf the last will and testament of Klizabeth A Beach, deceased, and that Saturday, the 6th day of October A. D. , 1900, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. has been fixed by said court as the time for hearing objec tions to said account ana the settlement tnereor. WILLIAM BOGUE. Administrator of tbe Last Will and Testament of Elizabeth A. Beach, Deceased. Notice ef Appointment of Admlnst'r. Kntlos Si hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed by tbs county court of Benton county. Oregon, administrator with the will annexed of the estate of Francis L. Such, deceased; and all persons bavins claims against said estate are hereby required to present the same with the proper vouchers to the undersigned at the residence ol Thomas Daniels in Benton county Oregon, within six months from the date of this notice. Dated this 14th day of July, 1900. PBROY B. KELLY, Administrator. Kelly A Curl, Atty's tor Administrator. Notice to Contractors. Notice is hereby given that the under signed Sewer Committee will receive sealed bids until the 8th day of Octo ber, 1900, at 8 o'clock p. m. for furnishing materials sod constructing sewer from Van Buren street through blocks 22 and 23, County Addition to the City oi Cor vailie, Oregon, in accordance with tho plans and specifications and ordinances therefor now on file in the office of the Police Judge of Said city. All bids must be accompanied by certified check of bank of ten per vent, of amount bid, payable to the order of K. F. Greffos, Police Judge, h accordance with section 9 of said ordinance, that the bidder will enter into contract for the construction of said sewer if the same be awarded him. The committee reserves the right to re ject any and all bids. The bias will be addressed to chairman, S. L. Hays, Cor vallis, Oregon. S. L. Hays, W. J . WlLB A N KB, W. O. Hbckebt, Sewer Committee. Notice of Trustee's Sale. in the District Court of the Un.ted States fur the District ot Oregon. In the Matter of - ) James F. Powell, .- In Bankruptcy. Bankrupt. j Notice is hereby given that in pursuance uf an order of the Referee in bankruptcy for Linn county, Oregon, I will, at the hour of three o'clock p. m , on the 24th day of September, 1900, in front of the postoffice in the town of Philomath, Benton county, Oregon, sell at public ajction to the highest bidder therefor, for cash in hand, all the right, title and interest which the above-named bankrupt at any time had and which I now have by virtue of being trustee in the above-entitled matter, in the follow ing described premises, to wit: An undivided one-fourth of lot 88, in block 81 in the city of Philomath, In Benton county, Oregon, as the same appears on record on the maps and plats of said city now on file in the office cf the count v recorder of said county. Such sale will be made subject to approval of said Court. r Dated this Zsth day of August, 1900. JAMES KLKINS, Trustee in the Matter of the above-named Bank rupt. 1900 FALL We are now ready for the Fall Campaign with the largest and most select stock of Merchandise ever opened in Corvallis. All new and fresh; up-to-date in styles and prices. LIST OF DEPARTMENTS New Dress Goodd and Trimmings New Silks, Velvets and Satins Elegant Tailor-made Suits New Golf Capes, Eton Jackets and Box Coats New Separate .Skirts and Rain Garments New House Jackets New Corsets, Hosiery and Gloves New Ribbons, Plain and Double-fated Novelties in Neckwear and Belts New Shoes and Slippers New Lace Curtains in pairs New Table Linens with Napkins to match New French Flannels New Outing Flanr, els New Prints and Ginghams New Blankets, white and colored New Fancy Goods and Notions Complete Stock of House Furnishing Dry Goods An inspection of our New Fall Stock is respect fully solicited. "GOOD GOODS:" Our Motto. I , 1 Corvallis' Most Popular Eating House J Pioneer Bakery j AND RESTAURANT. Fresh bread daily. A complete stock of candies, fruits and S nuts kept canstantly on hand. Smokers supplies a specialty. HODES & HALL, The Corvallis Store- Keeps constantly on hand the celebrated CORVALLIS AND MONROE HOURS A package of Arm 4c Hammer Soda is given free with every sack of the latter Hay, Oats, Grain. Bran, Shorts, Potatoes Fish, Eggs, Poultry, Etc. JOHN LENGER, Manager ansae TRY . . . FOR Fresh pits FINE PROVISIONS. NOTIONS, CIGARS COFFEES ' ' CORVALLIS OREGON STATE FAIR SALEM, OREGON. September 17th Bigger and Better Than Ever Before. Grounds Greatly Inpraved, BnUdlags Repaired and Renovated, All Stock Buildings TksrsnsWT DUiafectea Everything In First-Clcss Condition for the largest atd Best Live Stock Show and Agricultural Exposition EVER HELD ON THE COAST. $20,000 IN PREMIUMS and PURSES Ooed Racing XTery Afternoon Knslc and Pun at Right. AUCTION SALE OF LIVE STOCK will be mad a leading feature. All live stock and other exhibits hauled FREE over the Southern Pacific Railroad. Reduced pas senger rates on sll railroads. For premium list and other information, address W. H. WBKRUR, Pres., X. D. WISBOM", See., Hillsboro, Ore eon. Portland, Oresjen. Men's Business and Dress Suits Men's Full Dress Suits Boys' and Youth's Suits Juvenile's Clothiug Men's and Boys' Overcoats Men's and Boys' Mackintoshes New Pants and Fancy Vests Underwear and Men's Shirts New Boots, Shoes and Rubber Goods New Neckwear end Suspenders New Hosiery and Gloves New Hats and Caps New Umbrellas, Ladies' and Men's Blankets and Comforters Dress Suit Cases Trunks, Telescopes and Bags Corduroy and Duck Suits Hunting Coats au Leggins PROPRIETORS. Commission "1 Groceries to 22d, Q Oregon) (shout) Sgi E. A TLHOAB . THE DIRECT ROUTE TO - Montana, Utah, Colorado and all Eastern Points Gives choice of two favorite routes, via the Union Pacific Fast Mail Line, or the Rio Grande Scenic Lines. Look at the Time . .' I days to Salt Lake 2 days to Denver 2j4 days to Chicago 45 days to New York Free Reclining Chair Cars, Upholstered Tourist Sleeping Cars, and Pullman Palace Sleepers, operated on all trains. For further information, applyto GEO. F. EG LIU, Agent, Corvallis, Or. C. O. TERRY, W. K. COMAN, Trav. Pass. Agt. '"Gen'l Agent. 124 Third St., Portland, Or. E. H. TAYLOR DENTIST. Dentistry of every description done in first class manner, and satisfaction guar anteed. GROWN iND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY Office over Zierolf 's grocery store, opposii the post office, Corvallis. Oregon. B. A. CATHEY, M. D. Physician Sf Surgeon Rooms 14 in Bank Enilding. cm.. ttn, I 10 to 12 a. m. Office Hours j- 2 to 4p.m. Residence : Corner 6th and Adams, west of Catholic church. Telephone at office and residence. Corvallis, - - Oregon. A. STANDLEE, M. D. Physician, Surgeon Obstetidcian. Office at residence, 6i2 Madison street, and Graham & Wells drugstore. Office Hours- 9 to " a. in., at drugstore, omce Hours. , to 4 p m at residenee. Corvallis & Eastern Railroad, TIME CARD. 2 For Yaquina: Train leaves Albany 12:50 p. ni. Corvallis 1 :40 p. m. " arrives Yaquina 55:5 p. m. 1 Returning: Leaves Yaquina.... 7:00 a. m. Lea ves Corvallis. ... 11:30 a. id. Arrives Albany .... 12:10 p. in., 3 For Detroit: Loaves Albany 7:00 a. m. Arriyes Detroit .... 11:20 h. m. 4 Returning: Leaves Detroit 12:10 p. ra. Arrives Albany .... 5:45 p. m. No. 5. ' Leaves Corvallis 6:00 a.m. Arrives Albany G:45a. m. No. 6. Leaves Albany 7:20 p. m Arrives Corvallis . 8:05 p.m. One and two connect at Albai y and Corvallis with Southern Pacific trains, giving direct service to and from Newport and adjacent beaches. Trains for the mountains arrive at noon, giving ample time to reach camping grounds on the Breitenbush and Santiam river the same day. Five and six connect at Albany with the Albany local to and from Portland. Edwin Stone, H. L. Waluen, Manager. T. F. & P. A. H. H. Ckonise, Agent, Corvallis. Notice to Creditors. Notice is hereby given that the uuder-. signed has been appointed executor of the estate of Martha Jane Rice, deceas ed, by the County Court of the State of Oregon for Benton county. All persons having claims aeainst said estate are re quired to present the same duly verified to me at my residence in Kings Valley, Benton county. Oregon, or at the law omce ot Hi. Kolgate in Corvaiiie, Oregon, within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice. Dated this 22nd day of June, 1900. Charles E . Rice, Executor. NOTICE. Persons desiring to locate on timber claims tributary to the C. & E. R. R. wonld do well to call on or correspond with the undersigned. There is a num ber of first-class timber claims to be taken up under the timber or homestead acts. W. L. CLARK, Gates, Marion Co.. Or. Locator. Notice for Publication. Ujrrrea Status Laxd Orrics, Oregon City, Oreeon, August 2t, 1090. Notice is hereby given that tbe following-named settler has Hied notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be wade before the County Clerk of Benton County, at Corrallis, Oregon, on October 12th. 1900. Vis: ' ELISHA V. SPENCER, H. E. No. lOtSS, for tbe N. W. . Bsc. 2S, T. 13 8. R. 7 W. Ha names the following witnesses to prore his continuous residence upon asd cultivation of said land, viz, William Howell of Corvallis, Ore gon, Thomas J. Childs, O. J. Ruble and R. Zaho, all ef Alses, Oregon. CHAS. B. M03RES, Register. SOUTH and EAST VIA '. Southern Pacific Company. THE SHASTA ROUTE Trains leave Corvallis for Portland and way stations at 1:20 p. m. Lv Portland 8:30 am Ly Albany 12:30 p m Ar Ashland- 12:33 a m Ar Sacramento 5 :00 p m Ar San Francisco-7 :46 p m Ar Ogden --B :46 p m Ar Denver 9:00 a tn Ar Kansas City.--7:26 a m Ar Chicago--- 7 :55 a in 8:30 p m 10:50 p m 11 :30 a m 4 :35 a m 9.30 a m 11:46 a m 9:00 a m 7:16 a m 9:30 a 1 Ar Los Angelea.--1 :20 p m Ar El Paso 6:00 p m Ar Fort Worth 6 :30 am Ar City of Mexico 9 :55 a na Ar Houston 4:00 a rn Ar New Orleans. - 8:26 a m Ar Washington --6:42 a m Ar New York 12:43 p m 7:00 am 6:00p m 6:30 am S) :bb a m 4.00 a m 6:15 p i ft :42 a m 12:43 p m X u 1j1j.UA. AVtlS 1UU1V1C1 .Tk U.f Ui both trains. Chair cars Sacramento to Ogden and El Paso, and Tourist cars to Chicago, St Louis, New Orleans and AVashingtou. Connecting at San Francisco with sev eral steamship lines for Honolulu. Japan, China, Philippines, Central and South America. . See P. E. FARMER, agent a Corvallis station, or address C. H. MARK HAM. G. P. A.. Portland, Or. Depart TIME SCHEDULES. Amy. Salt Lake, Denver, Ft Worth, Omaha Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago Atlantic Express 9 p. in. Fast Mail 7 :00 p.n : and East. Walla Walla. Lew ia ton, Spokane, Minneapolis, S t. Paul.Dnlnth, Mil waukee, Chicago, and East Spokane F!er 6:00 p.m. Spokane Flyer 8:40 a. m. Ocean Sttimshios-! r- " j AH exiling dates! subject to change, j For San Francisco, Sail Dec. 8, 8, 13, i 18, i.3, 28, & every i 8 p. m. 4 p. m. 6 da s. Daily Ex. Sun. 8. p. m. Saturday, 10 p. m. Columbia River Steamer. To Astoria & way landing. 4 p. ta. Except Sunday Willimstti Rim. 0 a. jn. I Oiegon Oitv, New Ex. bun. 1 b,, galem, and Wsy-landinss. 4 :30 p. ra. Except Bandar 7 a. m. Tuesday Thursday and S aturday 6 a. m. T uesday, Thursd'y and Satu rd'y Leave Riparia 8' 35 a. in, Daily. Winamitte and Yam hill Rlfirs. ! Oregon City, Day- ton k Way-land's. 8:80 p.m. Monday W ednes day and Friday. 4:80 p.m. Monday , and Friday. Willa etta Rivar. Portland to Corval lis & War-land's. Snake Rlnr. Riparia to Lewfe'n. Leave Lewleton Dally 8:30a ns MR. THAYER, Local Agent. the first nwnmn OF Corvallis, Oregon, Does a tencra) and conservative banlfag business IE. IRj. BiYsosr, ATTORNEY AT LAW Corvallis, Oregon. Office In Zierolf unlMIug. DR. JAS. A. HARPER DENTI ST Office In SV bit' horn Block Corvallis, Oregon "THE RESORT" THOS. WHITEHORM, Prop. W. H. MfcBrayer and Old Crow VVus kys, Fine Wines, Liquors ant! Cigars. G. H. NEWTH Physician Sr Surgeon PHILOMATH, OREGON.. NoTjJRT. TlTJJT.8. CotiVKTANCING. JOS. H. WILSON. ATTORNRY-ATI,AW. Practice in rall State andJFedcral Court. Office in JFiritJ National Bank Building.