LASSIFItO ADVlRIISLMENTS The January Suggestions, ir9B2GE5TIOr3 F Five lines, or less, 25. cents for three ixertiotm. or 50 cents per month. - WANTED : I tH KS-I AH PRICE PAID FOR . Lulls,.' I mJtr silpo diewsed 1'oik. siniit. & lioulden. Coivallif", Oregon, r-Clt lO ' ' KTTK oflire. WA.nTE 'I 5; 0 SUBSCRIBERS TO TBE Oakktte and Weikv Oreaonisn ai 32 50 i or ytar. wood on subscription at the Gazett? office. FOR SALE SHORT ON PERTTNA. BUT LONG on Prunes. Italian Prunes. 50 lb. 1 oxee, $ 1.50. Ooe quick. - F. L. Miller. THOROUGHBRED BARRED PLYM outh Rrw-k 0?kerels for sale cheap at 2.00. J I Taylor, at C & E. cross, ing. ' ' BABY CARRIAGE FOR SALE AL most new cmliiraMon r-arriau and po part with silk pMiaool ard rubber tires for pale at a bargain. Enquire at this office. FOR SALE OvE FULL-BLOOD JER sv bull, snl.yct to register from first-cU-s milk etoik. Address, M. S. Woodcock. Corvallis Or. ( REGISTERED OXFORD DOWN Rams and four half-breeds. Peter Whitaker. INVALID S CHAIR, GO-UART STYLE, light-built and light-running, for sale cheap. Ak BLACKL EDGE about ir. LOST. G ARNET SET RING WITH INITIALS T. C. F. and G. M. Finder please re turn to Mis. Fiett and receive reward. A HRINE PIN. RETURN TO S. N Wilkiii8 Corvallis, .and receive reard. CAMELED GOLD PiN, WITH Ini tials "P. R. C." Pase leave at the Gazette Offcp. MUSIC. I'UNO INSTRUCTION .IVE3 IN .ny prade of advancement. Also pianos (lined and repi-ired in fiist-ass manlier. Ind phone No. 405. F. A. White. : EXPRESSMEN. w ELL! WELL! HERE'S JOHN LEN uer. Known him 22 years Still car ries Unc'e Sam and baegagn. John is an aceom aiodating man ind always can be found at bin .post Allen's Drug Store, or phone 251 AUCTIONEER V A KLINE. LI YE STOCK AUCTION eer, Corvallis, Or Office at Huston's hardware store. P. O. address Box 11. Pays highest prices for all kinds of Uve stock, lwenty years' experience. Satisfaction guaranteed. STAGE LINE. I HILOMATH- AND iLSEA STAGE Stage leaves Alsea 6:30 a. m. ; arrives t Philemath at 12 m j leaves Philo math 1 p.m., arrives at Alsea 6:30 p. m. All persons wishing to go or return from Alsea and points west can be accomodated at any time. Fare to Alsea f 1.0 J Round trip same day $2.00. 14. S. Rickabd. ATTORNEYS W. E. YATES, THE LAWYER, l oth Phones. CORVALLIS, OR. ! . R. BRYSON ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in Post Office Building, Corval lis, Oregon. SEPH H. WILSON, ATTORNEY- at-Law. Notary, Titles, Conveyanc ing. Practice in an State and Federal Courts. Office in Burnett Building. DENTISTS K. H. TAYLOR, DENTIST. PAIN- less extraction. In Zierolf bnilding upp. rose umce, uorvains, uregon. PHYSICIANS B. A. OATHEY, M. D., PHYSICIAN and Surgeon. Rooms 14, Bank Build ing. Office. Hours: 10 to 12 a.m.. 2 to ' t p. m. Residence: cor. 5th and Ad ams Sta. Telephone at office and ree- laence. uorvams, Uregen, H. KEWTH, M.' D., PHYSICIAN and Surgeon, Office and Residence, on jaaux s tree s, rnuomain, vregon. - Corvallis Gazette A twice-a-week newspaper containing 72 columns each week of the currtnt news of Benton County. Semi- Weekly All the local news all of the titne, ilh a large amount of miscellaneous marlet. , Splendid Serials An interesting etri.il e-ory running tv..ry wetk io the Gazelle. " - - 7 X .- - : Notice for Publication. United States Land Office, ' Oresron City. Oregon, November 25, 1904. Notice la hereby iriven that inconylinin'. ith the provisions of the act of CoDBrre -i ie78, en titled '"An act for th sale oi Liu.uer lands in the States -if California, Oregon, Nevada, and Washing ton Territory," as extended to &,1 the Pul l c Land States by act of -u-u?t 4, 1892, .' . , IVAn iHERWOOP PATTT, ' of 'orvaliis c-mn'V of Eefitnivsate of Oieg n, has this da- 111. d in thu office her twotn 8t: temtrit No 6637. for the p'.rcha8 of tl.e ct of Sec 26, in Township 10, R 6 VV, ai.d will offer proof to show that the land nought is more valuable fcr its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to etabli-h her claim to mid land before the Rr g ii t r and Keceiver of this office at Oregon City, Ore gon, on Thursday, the 16ih day f F. bru-iry, 1905. Sb.3 nanus as witneases: Vt'illard U Pii- e of KintfS Valley, Or; Taylor Miller of uver, Or , Bruce Miller, oi lungs Yiey, ur,, jqiio MiaaiC6rs, of Kirga .Vdiey, Oregon. . - Any and all nersona lulmlnn- Aflvi.Tw.lv t.liA .V.nvA described lands are requested to file their claims in tnis omce on or Detore said 16th day of Feb, 1905. - ' ALU! KJNUiN S. UKrJSStiK, Register. BO YEARS' EXPERIENCE Trade Marks Designs Copyrights Ac Anyone sending a sketch and description may inlcklT ascertain onr oninlon frea wnnthA? in inTentlon Is probably patentable. Communica tions strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patent ent free. Oldest agency for securing patents. Patents taken through Munn & Co. recelva tpectal notice, without charge. In the Scientific American A handsomely flrastrated weekly. liargeat ehv ' - culation of any scientific journal. ' Terms, $3 m year ; four months, tl. Bold byaU newsdealers. - MUNN & Co.se,B"' New York . Branch Office. 625 F Bt, Washington, D. C. : Pneumonia follows La Qrlppo " but never follows the use of FOLESSfrS Itstopa the Congh and beala the longi, PrevtmU Pnenmonla sad Corunmptlon. 1U.O. Vixjmm, of at Osgood Bk, Chleaja, Vtltwi "Ky wife hsd U frtw and It Uft hsff vlth vary bad wwnh est ha Umgt whisk sTounrS Boat a Tas and w Gazette Bell phone No 341. Umbnlta work ft J. K. Derrj'p. - . " "OMves in bulk at P. M. ZierolFa. Gazette It dependeM phone No 433 All work - guararited s . J - K. B rryV. " : I . TJmbrfllaP recovered and repair ed at J, K. Berry V. ; V I Get your ribs fixed at J. K. Berrv'e. Do not fail to see P. M. Zierolf't line of holiday china. ... , Get. your Pcbool books and Pchoov supplies at Graham & Welle. Lewis and Clark souvenir p'ates at P. M. Zierolfs. Si.k and woolen-goods a specialty at Corvallis Steam Laundry. OAC souvenir dishes at P M Zierolfs. Send your lace curtains to Cor Aallis Steam Laundrv. Patronize h-me industry Cor vallis Steam Laundry. , Standard A cedar hinglps for $1 50 per thousand at the Corval lis Saw Mi'il. r 10 tf "Second grade fir lumber, almost any dimension, f r onl j $6. 50 per thousand feet, at, Uorvailis Siw Mill 10 tf. -Mra AilauiP, known to tbe iniiies who frequent Newport, as' a tocher of embroidfrr, w;L he-plHSf'l tn have Corvallis ladif-s cs L at h-r roomp4 nfxt door jiorlh ( Pn i. LktsV. where phe ". hfs ,.an sp?r.r meut of linens, canvas and (Wignp no' found in any t etore in the vaVeyi Wednnsdays, Thursdavs at d Saturdays. - - Reduction in Fare. Commencing Nov. ' 7, ratee between Corvallis and Portland, via C. & E, Albany, aDd 8. P. will be reduced to $2.60, same as West- Side rate. Tickets on sale by C & E. aent and all offices in Portland. " y Summuiis. ' In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for Benton county. Mary JH. Whitby, Plaintiff, - - . ' vs. , Hoscoe E edwards, Alice Edwards, Augusta Strake, John Strake, M. P. Totten, and Leah J. Totten, Aionzo Edwards, Sdelissa Farmer, Defendants. To Boscoe E. Edwards, Alice Edwards.. Aionzo fdwarda, Melissa Farmer, the above-named de fendants: - - . -In the name of the State of Oregon: Ton are hereby required to appear and answer the com plaint ot t,e anove named plaintiff In the above entitled court, cow on file with the clerk of said court, within six weeks from the date of the first publication of this Bummons. And yon are hereby notified that if yon fail to appear and answer Said complaint as herein reauired. the nlaintiff will an. hily to the court for the relief prayed for in said uvuipiaiub wttH.. xne foreclosure oi certain mortgage made and executed by Robert K. Ed wards, Augusta Strake and Jonn Strake to plaintiff on the 5th day of 'January, 1900,' to secure- the pay ment of a certain promisBon- note of Robert K. EdwarJs, Augusta Strake, and John Strake, for 9400.00 payable five years after date, with interest thereon at the rate of seven per cent per annum, interest payable annually; and which said mortgage conveyed unto plaintiff the following described real property, situated in Benton county, Oregon, to wit: The S W J of the N E l; the N E T.of the 8 WJ; theSEJof the HWJ; and the K W 1 of the8EioiSec8, Tpl4S,R8 Wof the Will Mer. And for s further decree barring and foreclosing said defendants, Roecoe E. Edwards, Alice Ed wards, Augusta 8trake, John Strake, M P Totten, and Leah J. Totten, Alonze Edwards, Melissa runner, oi ana irom ail right title or Interest in and to said real property and every part thereof. This summons is nublished bv nrriw nf tiw, Ron Virgil E. Watters, Judge of the Co. Court of Benton iu mho oi uretron. made at chamhArs in fVirvulhu. Oregon, December 29, 1904, and the date of the first puoucauon ot this summons is December SO, 1004. YATES ft Y VTES . . v ...'r: Attorneys for Plaintiffs .OCCIDENTAL HOTEL. . Mrs. Julia Nixon, Proprietress - .:-- --r f ' 'I . - ; v , l- ' ' ' -'" " . - ---''-w :-..,'.'' Best up-to-date Hotel in Corvallis. Renovated and Newly Furnished. Modern Conveniences and Service. Special Attention "I was troubled with stom ach trouble. Thedford 'a Black Draught did. me more good in oue week than all the doc tor medicine I took In a year." MBS. SARAH E. 6HIRFIELD, EUettevUle, Ind. Thedford's Black Draught quickly invigorates the ac tion of the stomach and cures even chronic-cases of indigestion. If you will take a small dose -of Thed ford's Black Draught occa sionally you will keep your stomach and liver in per feet condition. FORD'5 LACK-DRAU(jfi Mora sickness is caused by ; constipation than by any ' other disease. Thedford's Black-Draught not only re lieves constipation but cures diarrhoea and dysentery and keeps the bowels regular. All druggists sell 26-cent packages. : "Thedford's- Black Draught is the best medi cine to regulate the bowels I have ever used.'' ME3. A. M. GRAN T. Sneads Ferry, N. C. N Our Clubbing Lis. Suosuribers to the CORVALLIS OAirtTTE can obtain the following papers in combination sub Bcriptiona with the GAZETTE, at the very low prices stated below; cash in t ance always tf- ac coii pany the order. -Those wishing two or more publications named with the GAZETTo. will please corresjoml with this otfice and. we will ignote you the combinati.m price. We can save you money on nearly all publications you desira . - Tbe abbreviations below are explained as follows: W. foi weekly: S W for semi-week lyr T W, for tri weekly; M, for monthly; 8 M, for semi n onthly. The first price .represents the subscription rate of the publication alone, and the second the rate for the publication offered lu conjunction with the semi-weekly OAZKTTB. Oregon Agriculturist and Rural Northwest, Port land. 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Notice is hereby Riven that the undersigned has been duly appointed by the connty court of the state of Oregon, for the county of Ben ton, administrator of the estate of B. B. Barnes, deceasea, ana ui perau"D . r . -a a. . j. t- AAn vonntrMI T.f present the same properly verifi, as by law required, at the office of J. F. ates within SIX mUiaUB llVUi lilB nw UOIWJ. , . Dated, December 24, 1904. ,,., FOREST B. BARNES, - Adm'r of the Estate of B. B. Barnes, Dec'd to Commercial Men 1 M$m Ml egetabls Preparation.ror As similating toeFoodartdBeguIa ling the Stomachs and Bowels of Promotes DigestionXheeriur ness andRcst.Confains neither Opium,Mon)hine nor Mineral. 1SOT HAR C O TIC . jflx.Smna . Jkfptnnmt - JhCaitauikJoit Clarified .Sugar Aperfecl Remedy forConslipa Tion, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Feverish ness and Loss of Sleep. Fac Simile Signature oF NEW YORK. J i,Kyj: dHSBsnnnrnsBeiiBanaB a I EXACT COPY OF WpArPtO?. , U. S. Government endorses it .rypo It is a tin tul e coiiaining Z lbs. of rly powder, like snort. Ti-rovy a small riandful on attire, r.nd it jmiis it out in wo eeconds. ILis the chea'pest tiling in the way of Fire Tnsnranre ever invented. Call and see one at the C rvatlis Gazette ofiit-e. SOLD BY DILLEY & ARiMD ft sl W CO " a- I 2s L 5 5S S-rJ b , a - -i 3 5' U I .jl s -sdi A - " HA wyyiVMyvii ryw a uy'g w vu y w . HOTEL GORWMLUST.i J. C. HAMMEL, Prop. HEADQUARTERS FOR HOME SEEKERS AMBLER REAL ESTATE, VI ROIL K. WATTERS. CORVULUB. ? - - Bring your Mob Work to the Gazette Office. a n For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over Thirty Years THS eCNTOUn COMMNT. MCW TOfW OITT. Wouldn't you be glad if yon conld get', a responsible Fire Insurance Company to insure your buildiogs for f3.00 per year? That" is jiist what you do when, yon liny one of those handy fire fighters adopted by the U. S. Government and the World's Fair. siier I Bears the t gra Exfingui Leading hotei in Corvallis. Newl". furnished .with modern conveni ences. F?ates $1 $1.25: $2 -er day. . . COMMERCIAL MEN. If yon are looking for some real good Bargains in Stock, Grain. Fruit and Poultry Ranches, write for onr apeclal list, or c-"me and see as. We will take St ensure in giving you reliaole inform ion; also showing yon oyer the connty & WATTERS, LOANS. INSURANCE HENRY AMBLER, PHILOMATH.