m. mm gazette.? FRIDAY, OCTOBER' 4, 1901. MILITARY INSTRUCTION. A larov number of colleges and educational institutions for yoang men have availed themselves of the provisions made by the gov ernment for a course "of ' militaf y training. -Oar, own; Agricultural College, as our readers well know, is of this number. Previous to the Spanish-American war the instructor was an officer of the U. S. Army, detail ed for that purpose. Since then the exigencies of the service have mide it impracticable to supply the necessary number of officers, j and the officers of the National Giiard, of t'je several states, or officers who saw service in tht Spanish war have been employed and paid by the college authori ties for this work. Although the military instruc tioa attempted by the greater number of colleges is hut rudi mentary, it is generally efficient and highly beneficial. If it did no more than foster and. encour age th military spirit . ia our young men and impart to them graceful and easy carriage and movement, it would repay the Sort put forth. But it does more than this. It familiarizes young men with the care and use of ordinance and military equip ments, it instructs them ia drill regulations and minor tactics and imparts a knowledge of the form ation and movements of small commands when in action. In a number of schools the military instruction embraces the mincloles of traiectory. staff- admin istration, strategy," log.stios, military courts and law. Some times i86truction in these things is imparted by means of lectures, but in many . schools elementary text-books are used, from which frtquent recitations are prepared. Instruction in staff-administration is very desirable, inleed. Every officer who has commanded regiment in active service under stands this. During tne civil war great' confusion, inefficiency and waste, especially the first vear. marked, the administration of the staff. Comparatively : few trained officers could be, had for such duty. Commanding officers, . in addition to their usual duties as such, were frequently com pelled to perform staff duty for themselves, and almost invaria- bly had to train the members of their staff in their several duties. Some of the states on estab lishing their National Guard af ter the war, did it so tnatinstruc tioa and practice in staff-admia- istration became a marfted feat ure.' Pennsylvania did this very thoroughly. 'Inefficient staff administration worked much mis chief during the Spanish-American war. The staff has been re organized with a view to greater efficiency, but it will require the test of war to determine' how per fect it may be. Staff-administration is of so great importance that it should be a subject of careful instruction in the military classes of colleges and in the National Guard ser vice. Logistics, too, should receive more attention than is usually given to it. This relates to the military resources of countries, to the movement of troops with their necessary impedimenta their tents, camp fixtures, and supply trains bearing 'ordinance Stores, subsistence and medical Btores, entrenching tools, pontoon trains, etc. The movement of small - commands,' as a regiment requires more or less knowledge of this branch of military science. Its principles and" their practical applications are set out ' in num erous textbooks, and an elemen-! tary knowledge of the subject is easily acquired. It is not in contemplation thati these schools give full and ex- haustive instruction in even a few branches of military science, but the goverment wisely lends its as sistance and gives its encourage 'ment to the end that, the military ipirit of the nation may be "fos tered and such basic knowledge of military art and science may be acquired by our young men as shall enable them, in the exigen cy of war, quickly to qualify them as officers and soldiers. ', ,, ". Instead of this military . feature being sneered at, as being for mere " display and" parade, i,t should be commended and en couraged and insisted upon as a right and necessary part of the education of every American boy. "A Rank Fake. Of the "Palsion Play" enter talamant which : was preseattd in Coivallis, Wednesday nighr, the Saleffl Statesman says: The magic lantern prwenta tidn ef the "Passion Play" at the opera konse last evening was a rank fake, and a goad sized audienoo that deserved better treatment was consequently disa- pojjjtcd, It was to bad. This was not the fa alt of the Lafies Auxiliary of the Y. M. C. A. The advance agent as sured them tfeat this was the gea nine representation of the Obcr aumsrgan play taken from the original by one of Edison's latest inventions one day only a fow months ago. .It was a faka ifi tnat this was not true. It was not the real thinf, or taken from tie real tliuff. Some of the scenes were rank, aid nono , of them were like tht original at Oberammergan. The Y. M. C A. people were taken in, and . they feel the dis appointment stnch more deeply than can any of the people who were at the open bouse last eve- ting- There are several people In Salem who witnessed the per formance of the Passion Play In Oberammergan, Bavaria, in June iooo, and came away impressed with the tolemity of the occasion. These people witnessed last night's alleged representcntion of the play and all were bitter in their denunciation of the fraud practiced upon the people of Sa lem, and especially ba the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Y. M. C. A., and call the presentation by no easier terra than that of "fake." several of taetn left the opera bense before the end of the pro gum. The Lecture. Qnite a large and very appro clative tndieace greeted Dr. Tbos. A. . Boyer at tne opera house Thursday evening and listened attentively to his lee- tare on the abject, "What time is It and where are we?" The lectare proved n gennine orator ieal treat, fairly 'sparkling with wit and nnmor and withal highly lastraetive and logical. Dr. Bayer is One of the most finished orators & the coast and for two hours hold the closest at tention of his . audience. - This was the first ef a series of fivo leetores to he delivered by the California lecture bnreau in this eity by the very ablest and best autril on America' lectare platform today. The next lec ture will be delivered ahoat Oct. 9, 1901, by Prof. J. Hadioa, whose subject la, 'Tho Golden Age of Oratory. " Never has the city been visited by such rare talent before and every One should avail themselves of the pportnaity to hear this splendid eearsi of lecture?, aay one of Which is worth the price charged for the full series. Get year ticket of J. A. Balhanan. Rosehnrg Plaindealer. Di. Beyer will lecture in the Opera. Hens tomorrow evening, and to judge froa the above words of praise, fio one can af ford to miss hearing this lecture. Letter List. For the week ending Sep. 28, 1901. Persons calling for these letters will please state date on which they were advertised. They will be charged at the rate ef one cent each. Mrs RM Caster, C E Hoffman, Dr Robert Jayne, Mrs Zina I Peters, Emery Richardson, Ernest Thompson and A J Wilkinson. : - : B. W. Johnson, P. M. H. S. & M. Hart, SchaiTnor & Ifarx the elothes with a Guarantee for sate only by S. L. Khne. ; Italian. Rye Grass for Sale. For particulars, enquire of . Qcto. W. Smith, Corvallis. Farm for Sale. R. B. Blodgett oners for sale his 570 acre stock farm, one-half mile from Blod ett, Oregon. ifivexlollars Vclarillolca&ciiu f NOLAN & CALLAHAN. Foley's Honey aad Tar forchJldrensafe,sure. Mo opiates, Selections from Roman History k Literal Translation from EtttropioB by C MacLean, Ph. D. Counts and War with Tarqaia, Etc, Etc (Continued) In the eighteenth year after- the expulsion of the kings, Qnialus Marcius, that leader of tbe Romans who hail cap tured Corioli, city of t he Volscians, having bee a baaished front the city, (impelled by) anger get oat iu baste to those very Volscians, and accepted the command of anxiliary forces against' -the . , , r Romans. (Once) be came to within five AU theB0 w"8"s mio of he miles of the citv. and. acornfulW Hiami... ! ver Material for an expensive ing the messengers, who bent betreine I far peace, would have attacked his awn home had aot his mother, Ventnna, and his wife, Valamnia, come from the eity ; and, overcome by' their weeping 'and pleading, he withdrew his army.- Ha was the aecand who became a leader against his own country, Tarquinins be ing the first - In the consulships e! Cains Fabins and Lucius Virginias three hundred notable men, who were of the Fabiau family, nq- dertook alone the war against tho Veieh- tes, promising the senate aad the people that tbe whole contest wenld be finished by themselvee. They accordingly set oat, all men at note who should, each of them, be generals of large armies, but they fell in the contest Of the once large and powerful family only one, who could not, on account of his boyish age, be led to battle, survived. After this an enrollment was held in the city, and ot citizens there were found one hundred and seventeen thousand, thfe hundred and nineteen souls lit. head. "j In the following year, wheu the Roman army was hemmed iu on Mount Algidus, nearly twelve miles from the city, Lucius Quintus Cincinnatas, who was cultivat ing with his own bands a farm of four acres which he owned, wag made dicta tor. He was at work plowing, when found ; and, wiping off the sweat, he ac accepted tbe purple-bordered robe; and set the army free from the enemy. . In the three hundred and second year after tbe founding of the city the consu lar government ceased : and, instead of two consols, tea men, called the de cemvirate, who had sovereign authority, were elected. But while thay did well the first year, in the second one of them. Appius (Jlandius, planned to disbonor a maiden, the daughter of a certain Vir ginias, who had already waged war on Mount Algidus, for honorable pay against the Latins; but, in order tbat she might not suffer shame at the hands ef the de cern rirate, her father slew her; and, re turning tt the soldiers, excited an upris ing. The sovereign authority was taken from the decemvirs, and they themselves were condemned. Then, after twenty years, the Velentes again offered fight. Fnrius Camilus, the dictator, who first conquered them iu battle, was tent against them. ' After having beseigeJ it for some time he took their . city the most ancient and most wealthy in Italy. , He also after this took Felisci a city not less notable. But ill will was excited against him, as if he had divided the spoils of war nnfairly. For this cause he waa both con dam nod and expelled from the city. Forthwith tbe Senones of Transalpine Gaul came against the city, and af ter con- quering and chasing the Romans at the river Alia, eleven miles from Rome, they even made themselves . masters of the city. And nothing could be deianded except the Capitol. Now, since they had continued the siege for a long time, and the Romans were already in -distress from hunger, having even received.' gold, that they should not besiege the Capitol, they withdrew ; but a sudden atttack. by pamillns, who was in exile ia a neigh boring town, surprised the Gauls, and they were meat severely conquered. Moreover, afterward Camillas pursued and so conquered them that he recovered both tbe gold which had been given to them, v aad all the military symbols which they had captured. So for the third time he entered the city celebrating a triumph, and was called Romulus the second, as if he, too, had been the founder of a fatherland. Bentou county red clover seed for ale at Zierolf'e. A full lino of Black eat hose for Ladies and Gents, Boys and Girls best wearing hose' made for sale only by 8. L. Kline. Government Land. Parties desirous of locating on govern ment land should see J. W. Webber, -Angora, Or. Eruptions, cuts, burns, scalds and sores of all kinds quickly healed by DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salye. Certain' cure for piles. Beware of counterfeits. Be sure you get the original DeWitt's.' Gra ham & Well's. V V Ladles, Attoatioat . Opening Sept. 26, 27, and 23, an ele gant line of pattern hats and novelties. Street and ready-to-wear hats a specialty. . - FCLUNQTOX & HoftTOS. Chas. Replogle, of Atwater, O , was unable to work on account cf kidney trouble. After using Foley's-Kidney Cure four days he was cured. Sold by Graham & Wortbam. ' . 8, H. NEWTH PhysUian Surgeon PHJLOir ATH, olp5, - WAGONS and BIGGIES t:-- NOW ' .. FOR SALE . ' . A.T THE Corvaills Carriage Factory Buggies from $45.00 up. Wagons, 3-Inch steel gear, from $60.00 UP. h ... 11 " " Wa We are closing them ont at these low prices to clean np the building to manufacture organs. Anyone wanting to get a good bargain should call early; Weoan make the wagons to suit if do not have one on hand. R. II. CRAMER, General Manager ' and Salesman for Cramer's Organs. .' Watch Confidence Makes traveling a -pleasure, when correct time is always a necessity. Yours may be u v.nMuic,Liiuc Keeper, DUl tnrougn lucotn peteut repairing you have lost faith ia it. Bring: It tn to me. I will ranair tha sunt wrcsaca waicn, ana i will ao it aconomi' cally. . - Albert J. Metzger Three Doors North of the Fostaffice. For Sale. Some fine-bred Shepherd puppies. Qsa. W. Smitu. James White, Bryantsville, Ind says DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve healed run ning sores on both legs. , He bad suffer ed six years. Doctors failed to help him. Get DeWitt's. Accept no imitations, Graham & Wells. Mrs. S. H. Allport, Johnstown, Pa says: "Our little girl almost strangled to death with croup. The doctors said she couldn't live but she was instantly relieved by One Minnte Cough Cure. Graham & Wells. Notice ot Final Settlement. Notice is hereby given that 'the undersigned, sole surviving executor ot the estate of James K Fisk, deceased, has 1 j I e-'. his final account in said lactate in the County Court of the State of Oregon for Benton county ana Aionuay, tne seventh day of fccttiter. 1901 at the hour of ten o elock a m.- in the County Court mum iu mib uuuri. jiouse in uorvaui6,vlJcQton Countv. Oregon is the time and nlar ned fnr hir ing objections, if any, to said final account and the settlement nereoi. ... .. Dat ed at CorvallisOrcgon this Sept. , 101. . . , HOMER WYATT, Executor. Geo. C. Hickouk, Curtisa, Wis.', says: "Foley's Kidney-Cure has been tested and found to be all yoil claim for it. I have given it to .my father and it is the only thing that ever helped him." Gra ham & Wortham. - Wanted t At once a good steady hand to work on stock, ranch,- good wages to the right man. Inquiie at Cameron harness shop for information. Also a girl for general housework, , ; H. C. Walkins, eexton of the Method ist Church, Springfield, Pa., says : 'My wife has been very bad with kidney trouble and tried several doctors without benefit. After taking one bottle of Fo ley's Kidney Core, was much better, and was completely cured after taking four bottles.-' Sold by Graham A Wortham. To Let. . A nice suite of rooms to let. For par ticulars, inquire of Mrs.. A. G. Mulkey, near the residence of Prof. E. R. Lake, this city. . - Mr. G. A. Stillman, a uiercbaut of Tampico, 111., writre: "Foley's Kidriey Cure is meeting with wonderful success. It has cured some cases here that physi cians pronounced incurable. I myself am able to testify to its merits. . My face today is a living picture of health, and Foley's Kidney Cure has made it such." Bold by Graham & Wortham. rtie first National Bank OF CORVALLIS, OREGON. . . - , eSTABLISHIS 100. OFFICERS h DIRSCTOB8 M. WOODCOCK, President. : MOOR. Vice-President. . C. E WALTER T. WILES. Cashier. GEO. E. LILLY, Assistant Cashier. JOHN WILES, Corvallis, Oregon. Made on au binds ec airoro Boeurtty, aad to encourage and id baUd no tbe letrittm Bess enterprises and industries of this country. : Deposits Received subject so check payable Foreign Exchange . Slgbt exchange and transfers sold available la the principal cities of England, Ireland, Switzer laad, France, Belgium. Holland, Norway, Swed en, Denmark, Italy, Russia, Spain, Portugal, Ger many, Austria. Letters- ef Credit. . : y Issued available in the prinplpai sifiesof fhe United Stabs. . Principal Correspondents Upon Whcm Sell eighty Exchange - The Cominerciol National Bank ot Chicago. The Kiret National Bank of Portland, Oregon. The Bank of California, San Francisco, Calif. Ang-lo-Callforntan Hank, Ban Francisco, Calif The National City Bank New York. The Bank of New York National Banking Ass'n. Importers & Trader's Natioaal Bank, New York. Bhoo and leather National Bank ef Boston, Mass, Philadelphia National Dank of Philadelphia, Pa Foley's Honey aad Tor cures colds, prevents pneumonia. No relief fo 20 years "I had bron chitis for twenty years," said Mrs. Min erva Smith, of Danville, 111., "and never got relief until I used Foley's Honey and Tar, which is a lure cure for throat and lung diseases." Sold by Graham & Wor-tham. Notice ter Publication. Ukitbd States La np-office, Oregon City, Oregcn, August t, 1901. Notice is herebr irivea thst in eomoliaiios with the provisions of the act of Congrats of Juno S. 1878. entitled "An act (or iho sale ol timber lands in tbe States ef California, Oreron. Nevada and Washing ton Territory," as extended to all tht Public Land States by act of August 4. 1S92, TtibULHIKK T. UKR, of Garfield, county of Whitman, 8tatt of Washing ton, has this day Sled in this office his swera state ment No. 6483, for the) purchase of the KB X, NW . iota i ana z or eecuon rte. bu :n Townsnip nw- IX S. R No. S W. and will offer nroof to shew that the land sought is more valuable tor its timber er stone than fwr agricultural purposes, and to establish his claim to said land before the Berister aad Re ceiver of this office at Oregon City, Oregon, on rrl oar. tne iota uav oi uciooer. iwi. He names at witnesses: William H. Gwinaand Frank h. Gwinn of Garfield, Whitman Co., Wash., a F. Totten and Themat Coen of Corrallis, Benton Co . Oreffon. - Any and all persons clsitr ing adversely the thora. described lands are requested to file their claims ia tnia emee on or Del ore tarn loin aay oi vcwnvr, 198L CHAS. a MOORB, Kegistsr. Administrator's Notice- Notice Is hereby given tbat the undersigned has been duly appointed administrator, with the will an nexed, of the estate of Rosina Such, deceased, ay the County Court of Benton County, Oregon, and has duly qualified as such administrator, and all persons navmff claims aeaiust said estate are nereoy requirea to present the same to the undersigned at the office of the Corvallis Uazktti in Corrallis, Benton County orsgon, with the proper vouchers,, attain six months from the date hereof. - bated this 21st day of August, A. V., 1001. rtacr R. Kxllt, " Administrator. Good Advice. The most miserable beings in the world are those suffering ;from Dyspep sia and Liver Complaint More than seventy-five per cent, of the people in tbe United (states are afflicted witn these two deseases and their affects : such as Sour Stomach, Sick Headache, Habitual Cestiveness, Palpitation of the Heart, Heart-burn, Waterbrash, Gnawing and Burning fains at the pit of the Stomach, Yellow Skin, Coated losgue and Diea greeable Taste in tbe Mouth, Coming up ot food alter bating, ixw Spirits, etc. Go to your Druggist and get a bottle of August Flower for 75 cents. Two doses will relieve you. Try it. Get Green's Prize Almanac. Graham & Wortham. Notice for Publication, United States Lakd Omcs, Oregon City Oregon, Aagust 2, 1001. Notice ii fcereby given that in compliance with the previsions of tbe act of Congress of June S, 1878, entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands is the States ol California, Oregon, Nevada and Washing ton Territory," as extended to all the Public Land States by act of August 4, 1892, WILLI 4. M H. GWINN, of Garfield, county of Whitman, State of Washing ton, has this day filed iu this office his aworn state ment No. 5482. for 'he purchase of the Lot S ef Sec tion No. S3, ih Township No. 13, S, Range No. 6 W, and will offer proof to Bhow that the land sought is more valuable for its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish his claim to said land before the Kegister and Receiver of this office at Oregon City. Oregon, on Friday, the 18th day of October, 1901. He names as witnesses: Theodore T. Oir and F ank L. Gwinn, of Garfield, Whitman Co., Wa&b., B. F. Totten and Thomas Coon ol Corvallis, Benton Co., Oregon. Any and all pereons claiming adversely the above described lands are reauested to file their claims in this office on or before said ISth da of October, Register. - Those famous little pille, DeWitt's Lit tle Early Ilieers compel your liver aud bowels to do their duty, thus giving you pure, rich blood to recuperate your body. Are easy to take. Never gripe. Gra ham & Wells, Notice for, Publication. Ukitkb States Land Offics, .--. Oreaon CSty, Orejon, July, 28, US1. Netlce Is hereby fiven tbat in oompliancs with ths provisions si ths act ol Congress ( June S, U7I, entitled "An act far the sale el timber laads in the States of California, Oregon, Merada, and Wash, ington Territory," as extended to all the Public Land States by act at August 4. 1S92, FRANK L. OWISN, . of Garfield, county ot Whitman, 'State of Washing, ton, has this day filed in this office his sworn state, ment No. 6476, for the purchase of E y, .1 SV , SE J of NW i and Lot 4 of Section No SO in Town ship No 13 South, Rang-. No 6 West, and will offer proof to show that the land sought is mors valuable for its timber or stone than for acricultaral purposes, and to establish his claim to said land befora ths Register and Receiver of this office at Oregon City, Oregon on Friday, the 18th day of October, 1901. He names ss witnesses: B. F. Totten, of Inavale, Oregon, Abo Coon, of Inavale, Oregon, Thos. Coon, of Inavale, Oregon, Uartin Butler, of Fern.. Any and aU portions claiming adversely ths above a escribed lands are requested to file their claims ia this office on or before said 18th day of October, 194L CHAS. B. MOORES, - Register - Mr. W. J. Baxter, of North Brook, N. C, Bays he suffered with piles far 15 years. He tried many remedies with no results until lie used DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve and that - quickly cured him. Graham &Wells. A call for Warrants. Notice is hereby given that there is money on hand at the county treasurer's office to pay all orders endorsed and marked not paid for want of funds up to and including those of June 30, 1901. Interest. will be stopped en same from this date. ' Dated, Conallis, Or., Sept. 21, 1901. ; . .TV. A. Buchanan Treasurer of Benton Co. Or. In cares of cough or croup give the lit tle one One Minute Cough Cure. -: Then rest easy and have no fear. Tbe child will be all right in a little while. It never fails. Pleasant to take, always safe, sure and almost instantaneous in effect. Graham & Wells. State Treasurer's Fifth Notice. . State of Oregon, Treasury Department. Salem, Sept. IS, I901.r-Notice is here by given that theie are funds In tht Treasury with which to redeem all out standing stnie warrants drawn on the state scalp bounty fund and endorsed "Presented and not paid for want of funds" prior to January 1 1901. All tuch warrants, properly endorsed, will be paid upon presentation at this office, interest thereon ceasing from aad after this date. , CHAS. S, MOORE, ; : State Treaenw, P. T. Thomas, Sumpterville, Ala., "I was suffering from dyspepsia when I commenced taking Kodol Dyspepsia Core. I took several bottles and can di gest anything." Kcdol Dyspepsia Core is the only preparation containing all the natural digestive fluids. It gives weak stomachs entire rest, restoring their natural condition. Graham & Wells. Consumption threatened C. linger, 212 Maple St., Champaign, IU., writes: I was troubled with a backing cough for a year and I thought I had consump tion.. I tried a great many remedies and was under the care of physicians (or sev eral months. I used one bottle of Fo ley's Honey and Tar. It cured me, and have not been troubled since." Sold by Graham & Wortham. Don't be satisfied with temporary relief from indigestion, Kodol Dyspepsia Cure permanently and "completely reuoves this complaint. It relieves permanently because it allows the tired stomach per fect rest. Dieting won't rest the atom. ach. Nature receives ' supplies from tbe food we eat. The sensible way to help the stomach is to use Kodol Dyspepsia Cnre, which digests what you eat and can't help but do you good. Graham & Wells. Drugs & Medicines Kodak ft Photo Supplies Corvallis, Oregon Established, Incorporated, 189S WHOLESALE & RETAIL. The most complete line of Pure Drugs Chemicals in Corrallis. Books and Stationery, Commercial Pa pers. Fine Perfumery Toilet Artlcls, Combs, Brtisnes and Mirrors. Pocket Knives, Scissors, Fine Cutlery CIGAHS Manager of Perscriptioo Department, T. A. JOKB8, Registered. Special Course in Pharmacy at Perdue U stivers! ty Indiana LiTalw Dyspepsia Gun Digests what you eat. This preparation contains all of the digestants and digests all kinds of food. It gives instant relief and never falls to cure. . It allows you to eat all tbe food you want. Tbe most sent-i ti vc stomachs can take it. By its use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else failed. It is unequalled for all stomach troubles. It can't help but do you good Prepared only by G. O. DaWnr & Co., Chicago Xae U. bottle contains 2!s tlmoataeaOc size, Craham V Wells. TO ..Ofcsf SEEKERS. No. 101 4o acres, 16 in cnltivatiea, goed buildings, fine fruit and water, good bottom land; price, (660. 4J miles from Philomath. No. 13160 acres, 25 in ealtivation, nice youag orchard; fair bnildine, 2 cows and calvas, team, wagon and har ness, plow, cultivator, tools, etc. ; also furniture. This is a goed hill ranch and is cheap at $700. 6 miles from town, 74160 acre's ; SO ia cultivation ; small beuse; good barn and water ; miles frem town; cheap at $1,500; an main county read ; good pasture and timber. 113 A good 7-roem honae with one fa all acre lot; fruit, goed water, chicken houses and sheda, price $600; well ar ranged for poultry raiaing; thia ia a cheap little hornet 10 minutes walk from Corvallis postoffiee. - KBNXY AWU1, Real Estate Agent, Box 50, Philomath, Benton County, Oregon . O. O. Buck, Beirne, Aik., save: "I was troubled with constipation until 1 bought DeWitt's Little Early Risers. Since then I have been entirely cured of my old complaint. I recommend them. Graham & Wells. Wagon To sell or trade. For particulars call on Chas. Small, at Small & Son's con fectionery store. Ulcere, open or obstinate sores, scalds and piles, quickly cured by Banner Salve, the meat healing medicine in tbe worlo. Sold by Graham & Wortham Notice for Publication. . . Umted Staves Laxd Omcs, Oregon Citv. Oresron. Sent, ci lQOl Notice ia hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice of his intention to msks final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will he mads before County Clsrk of Benton Co. st uorvsllil, ure., on November Sth, 190L viz: William H. Vanish, H. E. 11117. for the SKI Sec 90. T las n tu lle names the following witnesses to prove his cen- hjuuvus rcsiueuce upon ana camratlon ef said laad, viz: Jasper Riekard. of Dusty, Ore,, Thornton A. Lemaster, of Inavale, Ore., Joseph If. Gray of Philomath, Ore., Ulysses 8. Gleason, of Fern, Ore. ' CHAS. B. MOOKB. Register "I had a running sore on my leg for seven years," writes Mrs. Jae. Foiest, of Chippewa Falls, Wis., "and spent hun dreds of dollars in trying to get it healed. Two boxes of Banner Salve entirely cured iu",-, Bewa-e of substitutes. Sold by Graham & Wortham. n .m "s. jgsk. CPI ' StUciifce for this .aper. Corrallis "ft Eata Railroad. TIME CARD. 2 For Yaquina: Train leaves A J Daisy iz:su p. n. " " CorTallis 1 :50 p. to. " arrive" Yaquina 6:45 p. m. 1 Retaining: Leave Yaquina. ... b:LU a. m. Leaves Corvallis. . . . 11:30 a. to. Arrives Albany 12:15 p. Dtt. 3 For Detioit: Leaves Albany 7:00 a. B. Arrives Detroit .... 12:15 p. In. 4 Returning: Leaves Detroit 1Z:4D p. n. Arrives Albany . . . . . 5:40 p. an. Trains Na. J arrives ia Albany ia time to cenaect with the 8. P. seatn bound train, as well as firing twe ar taraahoarala Albaay before oapartnre of B. V. north bound train for Portland. Train Ho. J connects with the 8. P. west side train at Corvallis Crossing tor Independence, Mcllinaville aad all points north to Portland. tVDWUi tvroaa, H. H. Cnoirisn, ; .Manager. AKont, Uorvallla. E. N. TAYLOR DENTIST. DantistrT of evcsT ona ta Brat class manner, and aoa goaf. aateod. Blltl m USEE SSI I SPEEIliTT Office ever Earoif'i grwary , woart the post offiot, CaVvatltt, Oregon. B. A. ATHEY, M.B. Physician Surgeon Kooms 14 in Bank BolUlna. H t " Residence t Ooraer Collegs and Sth fits. Telephone at office and reeidenee. Servants, - . - Oreflom LG. ALTMAN. M. D. Ofick Corser 3rd aad Monroe atroeta Houas to 12; 8 to 6; 7 to 8; Ban day b to 10. Kisidknci Corner 3rd and Harriaon stretts, Corvallis, Oregon. Tzlephoks 815, at residence. 1AIV JOS. H. WILSON. ATTORSHT-AT-ULW. Pra. tl in all State and Feder! Ooart, Officw tn Firi-t National rWnk BntlrllnK.1 E. H. Bfyson ATTORNEY AT - LAW Corvallis, Ore-tn. OfBco In PosttfEse Boliains;. DR. JAS. A. HARDER DENTIST OBe in Whltehara Blorh Corvallis, Oregon W. T. Rowley PHYSICIAN, SimGEON, OPTICIAN. Offii-e over Fiiet National Bank. A Little-Known Fact Tbat the ma jority eprious diseases originate in dis order of the kidneys. Foley's Kidney Care is guaranteed. Be'sure to get Fo ley's. Sold by Graham & Wortham. Wanted! Parties to cut oak and ash wood from now on, and during next fall and winter. The work must be done neat and clean, and wood cut even length, closely trimmed and honestly corded. Apply to M. S. Woodcock, ' Corvallis, Oregon. . If the action of your bow e!s is not easy and regular serious complications must be the final result. DeWitt's Little Early Risers will remove this danger. Safe, pleasant and efCctive. Graham & Wells, For Rent. Will rent 200 acres of land trest of Monroe and take part payment of rent in work and improvements on the place. Address M. S. Woodcock, Atiniiuistrator, Corvallis, Oregon. Seven Rays at Carnival. All the transportation lines iu th Northwest are arranging to giveppecially low rates to and from the Portland Car bival, whii h runs from Sept. 18 to Oct. 19, and the excursion tickets will be good for 7 days. This is the longest limit ever given on such tickets, and w HI give peo ple ample time to see oil thesi'iits, cpfj reeled with the great exposltkm, With two full military hands, a mili tary tournament, aboise show, athletic sports, exhibits of mining, agriculture, horticulture and manufactsring, a full midway,; fireworks, and an array -of amusement attractions, the Cartival will be one of the greatest events of the sea. son, and the admission fee is going to be only 25 cents, 10 cents for children , '