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Five Sines, or less, 2-3 cents for three
assertions, or 50 cents per mouth.
WOC CIlMi vKUS WAN I ED Tu CUT
500 h 1 !' '! oh wood. Ap
ply u "-n e 1. A. K!ine, Corvallis
WAN1 K D . I . VERAL GOOD TEACH-
ers. u iSupt. Deu man at once
HIGJ'i -'. ASH PRICE PAID FOR
all ?s i' Poultry also, dressed Pork
Soli ' .vvBoulden, Corvallis, Oregon,
opyt 'o .ktte oftlce.
A Y : i MAN WISHING TO LEARN
bui-i ew along educational lines, who
is M i'd v, lnilnntrions, temperate, tte
iai. poiite, disc reet in a!k and actions
an' who-epends his spare tin;eat home
and in proper company, may address,
P. O Dox 1045, Corvallis, Or.
A YOUNG LADY WISHING TO
-'fleam business along t durational lines,
who in eteadv, industrious, genial,
pr.'-' c'ificrt-ft in talk and actions and
vi. tends h-r 8are time at home
ar'.i mi ofherwise proper company may
ad.i c: s, P. Hex 1045, Corvallis, Or.
FOR PALE 100 GOATS. ALL DOES,
yearlings 'o tonr-year olds. J. C.
Fie. I.ier, In? vale, Oregon.
HOUE AND 20 LOTS FOR SALE
or trade;' ell-imp'ovod farm for sale
cheai . K-e r addre-s J. H. Mattley,
H0!':"KI1;1 I) GOODS FOR SALE
Ci i -Ml-'.! north Fourth street, just
"m r p !5it howsu and opposite C. C.
. J WO uriilSTKREO OXFORD DOWN
RflP'R and four half-breeds. Peter
RE.IST!-1:FD POLAND CHINA PIGS
p- sp!.' ir.ip'e Poland China Pi-.'S
S'l rt en the shares or for ea!f M. S.
W- ' n U. or ei.;uireof T. J. Thorp on
U i :rni. Corvallis, Oregon.
liX i iNGUISHERS.
at the GAZETTE OFFICE
LOST A COM) FOB CHARM, SET
with a Hm-k Mone Finder please
leave at OAC l a her ahop.
LOST, STRAYED OK, STOLEN ABOUT
three months at!-. a Llewellyn setter,
blark and while, alomt threw years old.
barinul wite wound on binl lej;. Ten
dollars rewrd fo return to Sheriff M.
WILLIS VI I TO AUCTIONEER.
Farm propet'y. merchandise or live
stock. Pales held anywhere iu the
roupM. ApwK at Citv Stable, or call
up phone 4U Iiul pendent li-1
PHILOMATH AND.vLSFA STAGE
Stape leaves Alsea (i :3-J a. in. ; arrives
at Philf math at 12 ni ; leaves Philo
math 1 p. m., arrives at Alsea 0:30
p. ni. All persons wishing to go or
return from Alsea -and points west can
be accomodated at any time. Fare to
Alsea $1.0J Round trip 6arueday $2.00.
M. S. Rick ard.
P. A. KLINE; LIVE STOCK AUC
' TIONKER. Corvallis. Oregon, Office
at Hum oil's ml v a re si ore. P. O. ad
Ir n.iv 11 T'.ivs hii-hest prices for
all Vi:ds of ivtst.ck. Twenty year's,
tx.. -omv. S; :it!".ulip-u guaranteed
B. A. CAT! IKY. M. D..PHYS1CIVN
and Su .-'j.'. n. Room 14, liank Iluiid
10 to 12 a. ri.. ti
.( p. n. Residence: or. 5th and Ad
ams M. Telephone a onice and res- j
Idencc. Corva'lis. Oregon.
a H. NEWT1I, M. D., PHYSICIAN
and Sntgeon, Office and Residence, on
Haiu street, Philomath, Oregon.
E. II. TAYLOK, PENTIST. PAIN
tess extraction. Zierolf buildinX.
Opp. Poet Office, Corvallis, Oregon. .
. E. BRYSON ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office in Poet Office Building, Coival
JOSEPH H. WILSON, ATTORNEY-st-Law.
Notary, Titles, Conveyenc
ing. Practice in all State and Federal
Courts. Office in Burnett Building.
w. o. w.
MARYS PEAK CAMP. No. 126. W. O.
W.. meets second and Fourth Fridays,
In Woodmen Hall.
G. W. Fuller, C. O.
J. L. Underwood, Clerk. ,
USEFUL LITTLE STRUCTURE
A Combination Self-Feeder Which
Has Approval of Many Thrifty
Many claim that feeders adapted to
the regular issue of grain ar,e better
for stock than the adjustable self-feeders
which place feed before the cattle
at all times. Where a given ration may
be fed, the cattle are allowed to eat it
all out clean. Feeding steers slobbei
more or less in the feed, and where
there is a surplus always on hand, there
is more or less wasted. Where feed it
BUILDING FOR SELF-FEEDER.
placed in trough fresh for each meal,
the cattle seem to eat it more readily.
The cut, No. 1, shows end plan, which
is the same on both sides, with feeding
troughs on side and rolling door provid
ing a driveway for feeding wagon.
The ground plan shown in cut No. 2
indicates the feed troughs on each side.
The one at the left of driveway is used
to feed direct from wagon. That on the
right receives supply of fed from the
three bins of shelled corn each ten by
ten feet. By adjusting the feeding gate
on the self-feeding troughs, only a par
tial, ration may he delivered, and the
trough to' the left used to supply any.
deficiency as required. T. D. Gayle, in
Farm and Home.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES DIET
Reports from Abroad Are to the Ef
fect That as a Bone Strength
en It Is a Success.
The use of sugar and molasses for
cattle and horse feeding is gaining in
popularity. Laws in many European
countries have been changed exempt
ing these products from taxation when
they are to be used for feeding pur
poses. When recently in Paris, our
attention was called to certain facts
that may be interesting to our readers.
The Omnibus company of the French
capital owns over 10,000 horses, and
as out of that number there are about
700 broken legs per annum, it was ar
gued that possibly these accidents
were in a measure due to some faulty
combination of the daily rations.
In 1901 the first experiments - were
made, the one kilogram of sour mash
that had hitherto been used being sub
stituted by an alkaline molasses com
bination. The results obtained were
encouraging beyond the most sanguine
expectations, and in 1902 the, number
of broken legs was only 79.
It was concluded that the extreme
fragility of the animals' bony structure
was due to the absence of the requisite
mineral elements in their rations.
There appears to be ample medical au
thority for asserting that heavy con
sumers of sugar, in cases of bone frac
ture, will recover more rapidly than
when that article of luxury is eaten in
moderation. In some hospitals, .pa
tients that are laid up with compound
fractures of legs or arms receive in ad
dition to their regular food allowance
150 grams of sugar, the cost of which
is soon covered by the lesser period
needed for the complete healing of the
bony tissues-Sugar Beet.
Preventing Scours in Pigs.
Nothing is better for preventing
scours in pigs than some crushed oat
and barley slop run through a screen
to remove most of the hulls which
should be. placed in a low trouerh in a
corner of the pen. Ths young pics go
for this greedily. At two months old
they are ready t. wean, when they
should be pt in two large pens, cull
ing o'.-t the v.-eak'.r ones and putting
them in i;ens madi vacant by grouping
threi arrceable sows. Much more skill
is required to raise young pigs in win
ter than in summer. After taking them
awftv from their dams feed warm new
milk for the first meal and after that
warm skim milk with a good sprink
ling of shorts in it, increasing the
quantity each day until about the
consistency of thin porridge. A good
way is to mix a quart of oil meal with
each barrel of feed and have a box in
the corner of each pen containing
wood ashes, charcoal and a little salt
and sulphur. Rural World.
Fotatoea as Teed for Hogs.
Potatoes are quite largely fed to
bogs, but It is found advisable to boil
them. -In the New England states they
are fed extensively, being boiled la
milk and mixed with meal In a barrel.
Frequently several bushels are boiled
at a time, and when mixed with corn
meal make an appetising mess. The
only fault to be found with this com
bination Is that it Is badly out of bal
ance. The potatoes are rich in starch
and so Is the corn. To such of our
readers as are still following the old
practice we would advise the substitu
tion of bran or of ground oats for the
cornmeal. This would make a fairly
well-balanced ration. The Canadians
say that potatoes have a good effect on
the quality of bacon produced. There
is probably no better use to which
small potatoes may. be pat than this.
St. Louis Republic
p542 1-2 Congress St. ' ;
Portland, Mains, Oct. 17, 1902.
I soD3ider Wine of Cardui superior
to an doctor's medicine I ever used
and I know whereof I speak. I suf
fered for nine months with suppressed
menstruation which completely pros
trated me. Pains would shoot through
my back and sides and I would have
blinding headaches. My limbs would
swell up and I would feel so weak I
could not stand up. I naturally- felt
discouraged for I seemed to be beyond
the help of physicians, bnt Wine of
Cardui came as a Qod-send to me. I
felt : a change for the better within s
week. After nineteen days treatment
I menstruated without suffering the
- agonies I usually did and soon became
regular and without pain. Wine of
Cardui is simply wonderful and I wish
that all suffering women knew of its
Treasurer, Portland Economic League
Periodical headaches tell of fe
male weakness. Wine of Cardui
cures permanently nineteen out of
every twenty cases of irregTilar
menses, bearinp; down pains' or
any female weakness. If you are
discouraged and doctors have
failed, that is the best reason in
the world you should try Wine of
bardui now. Remember tnat
headaches mean female weakness.
Secure a 81.00 bottle of Wine of
Cardui today. "
Corvallis & Eastern Railroad .
No. 2 For Yaquina: ;
Leaves: Albany 12:45 p. m.
Leaves Corvallis. . . . 1 :45 p. m.
Arrives Yaquina 5 140 p. m
No. 1 Returning:
Leaves Yaquina 7:15 a. ni.
Leaves Corvallis , 11:30 a. iu
Arrives Albany . 12 :15 p. m
No. 3 For Detroit:
Leaves Corvallis.. 6:00a.m.
Arrives Detroit 12:10p.m.
No. 4 From Detroit:
Leaves Detroit 12:00 m.
Arrives Corvallis 5 :55 p. ni.
Train No. 1 arriyes in Albany in
time to connect with the S. P. south
bound train, as well as giving two or
three hours in Albany before departure
ot s. t: norm oouna train.
Train No. 2 connects with the S. P
, trains at Corvallis and Albany giving
, direct service to Newport and adjacent
Train 3 for Detroit, Breitenbush and
other mountain resorts leaves Albany at
1 ;00 p. m., reaching Detroit at 6 p. m.
For further information apply to
, H. H. Ckonise, Manager.
Ihos. Cockkell, Agent Aioanv
I Full line of high grade proc-w
'crockery, etc., at P. M. Ziei oils'.
Si.k and woolen goods a epecia'ty
at Corvallis Steam Laundry.
Fre&h eider in any quantity
sired for Bale at the Corvallis cider
mill, south-end of Main street. Ap
ples ground lor one-half.
Crockery! Crockery! Crockery!
Balls' Mason fruit jara, stone jars,
all kinds of jars from 1 to 20 gal
lons, at Zierolfs'. t
"Mimic war in California is strik
ingly described in October Sunset
Magazine. Articles by Gen. Mc
Arthur and iothers. Beautiful
nn.;nrrci Munn inrlnst.riai
jtUl' 'icu uiuvviiiga. atapujp . ...v. -
j articles, sketches, stoiies, etc. 10c
froiii all newsdealers."
! Prof. L. W. Karlin holds the
Penmanship class en Tuesday ai d
I Friday ev nines in the Butine
j College. Stud-mis are givvn one
j rial lesson free Open trom 7 Lo
If you desire information regard
ing employ irent of any kind, for
either ladies or gentlemen, or board
ing places for students, I will be at
your service. Phone me at resi
dence 251 Independent or 306 Bell,
or at office 303 Independent.
J. W, Lengeb.
CASTOR I A
For ln&&ts and Children.
Ths Kind Yea Han fiteaj Dcrgtt
K beautiful facsimile of a hand
painting of President Roosevelt or
if you prefer, the same of "Sit. Hood
neatly mounted on different colors
oi mounting board, will be given
ftee to everyone subscribing for the
Covsallis Gazette or to anyone
paying up back subscription or pay
ing in advance. These pictures
are going fast, come and get one.
Q Cardui today. - -, . . H
. . feminine Suspicion.
Husband You don't treat me like
Smith's wife treats himj :
Wife How does she treat him?
Husband Why, she puts her arms
! around his neck and almost loves him to
Wife Yes; and she'll probably suc
ceed in the course of time. He recently
had his life insured for $10,000 in her fa
vor. Chicago Daily News.
"If Homer were alive now," said the
poet. "do. you think people would pay
any: attention to him?" '
"They might," answered the man
who . is seriously absurd. "If Homer
were still ' alive and hadn't been per
suaded to shave, he would have had
the most remarkable whiskers on rec
ord." Washington Star.
llad a Smart Husband.
Daughter Did you find, out what it
was that papa cut out of the paper?
Mother Yes, I bought another copy.
I've read it all through, but I can't see
anything wrong about it.' It's an ar
ticle on the healthfulness of housework.
N. Y. Weekly.
The bandit struck r.n attitude,
While price sate on his lirow.
Said he: "I'm swel.'et? with gratitude,
I'm worth a thousand now."
Chicago Examiner. i
BAD, VERY BAD.
Dr. Doem Glide very sericus czze..
Dr. Wise I should say so. Ke made
an assignment a week ago. Chicago
The Appropriate Thing.
She called herself, forsooth, a bachelor
Assumed a manner quite bohemian,
And, after 15 seasons' giddy whirl,
She married an cid granny of a man.
No Si&tiSpf action in That
"You knev, of course," s&id the chir
opodist, "it isn't trie corn itself that
hurts. It's the tender flesh urderneath.
There's no sensation in a core."
"I know it. That's vlir,i grin-fs rns."
said the victim. "I wish ycu could hurt
the blamed' corn as much as you're hurt
ing me. Ouch!" Chicago Tribune.
The One Th5nj; Keedful.
"Speaking of Brighton's witticisms,"
remarked youn;; Sapbead, "why, I
could say smarter things than he if I
had a mind to, dcni-er know."
"I don't doubt It," rejoined Miss
Caustique. "I'm sure the only thing
you lack is the mind." Cincinnati En
quirer. No Sympathy for Him.
"Theycan't puni:h biramy too severe
ly," said Mrs. Henpeck. "Ko one should
have any sympathy for the man who
takes one wife too many."
"You might leave off that 'too many'
and still be right." remarked her hus
band. Philadelphia Press.
Hte I understand for some maladies
physicians are recommending yawn
She, yawning, as the clock strikes
12. Yes; I think I'll try it for that
tired feeling. Yonkers Statesman.
"I understand," said the indignant
citizen, "that you. used large sums of
money in the election."
"That's all rirht," answered Senator
Sorghum, cheerily. "I'll get it all hack
one way or another." Washington Star.
How Ee Stood.
Her Hus bard What do you mean1,
Maria, by letting me stand here like a
fool while you are running- all over the
store after bargains?
His Wife I can't heln how you stand,
dear.. St. Louis Republic.
Benham Our boy was a pretty Daby,
but he gets plainer every day.
Mm. Benham Well, yxu didn't x
pect him to get to look like you all at
once, did you? Tit-Bite.
-A Difficult Job.
Wiilias A fellow never knows what
he can do 'Until aher ,
Wallace Until "WhSft
"Until he tries to undo aomethlng he
few 'already done!" Tovrn Toblca.
"The "Man Did you ever notice whTkt a
'splendid color Mlse Pingleigh ha?
The "Maid Yes; and the mean 'thing
won't tell us girls what Brand she uses.
'Whmt you want Is a little change,'
'&Id the" doctor. "Go to Europe."
"But a little change won't take me
to Europe, doctor." Yonkers "States
, Making Good.
"You said once before we were mar
ried you would go to the devil for me."
"And I'm doing it," groaned he as he
paid the milliner's bill. Houston Post.
Ra.t:.i;-,-.inntunnImmmi;impp"wPp;.-i iinmnpuinnipn-.-HIP'iintnnP'Pm" !vS(i
ting the Stomachs and Bowels of
ness andRest.Contains neither
Opium,Morpliine nor Mineral.
Not Hakc cfl'ic .
A perfect Remedy forCcitslipa
Tion, Sour Stoinach.Diarrhpea
Worms .Convulsions .Fcverish
ness and Loss OF SiLSEP.
It is a tin tube containing 3 lbs. of
a dry powder, like sand. Throwa small
handful on ii'fire, and it (puts it out in
It is the cheapest tiling in the way of
Fire Insuiance ev r invented. Call and
s.ee one at the Ccrvallis Gazette office,
Springs Mattresses' Chairs
Wall Paper Shades
South Main Street , Corvallis
& : -m
I Fac Simile Signature or ?
I newyork, If 8 M'i l 8 y fiiB
'pp-p LP""" ' "
m U M pr:
ti 1 m m to li
Philomath 'Meat Market
A!l kinds of Fresh Sweats, Hsm, Urd, etc., always en Iisnd.
S. W. .Gibbon, Philomath.
' ,.,MM, .-ir--ppp-p'Tri r-- --Tmmrr-; jt-g-j ng3six.'Ma
Will f deliver ice every day from 7 to 1
Small orders must fce in by 8 o'
Benton County Cumber Company,
" MANUFACTURERS OF-
XAH kinds of Fir Lumber
Dealers in Shingles, Mouldings, Doors and Windows. Special at
tendon given bills in -car-load lots.
i known everywhere for purity, flavor
and rh hnees. A trial will convince yu
J. H. DORSEY.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
tks CEKrairn ec!KPJrv. Kcavona crrv.
AVouldn'f you be glad if you could et
.: responsible Fire Insurance Company
insure yo.ur buildiags for $3 0J jei
ear? That i.s jnst what j'ou do wheu
von buy one of those handy tiro tight ers
is lopted by the U. S. Government and
v For Dor
irm St bit fiin
Sewing Machines Go-Carts
Sideboards Rockers Tables
IIIIIM1MIWMIBBII I II II II
iiTBM Tll'ill i 1
Alsea Dairy Co.