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tiFive lined, or lees, 25 cento for tjiree
, msen." -tt v 50 cents per month. Each
addition v Hne will be charged for at the
rate ' 10 . "nts per line per month.
E. H. TAYLoR. DENTIST. PAIN-
leaa- extraction, b Zierolf - troildinf
Opp. Poat Offi . t 'nrvailie. Oregan.
HI .11 ' ASH PRICE PAID FOR
ail kjt i Poultry also dressed Pork.
8rai.fc 4 Boulden, Corvallis, Oregon,
oe&t to zbttk office.
WASTE r nOO SUBSCRIBERS TO THE
-Gazette ana Weekly Oregonian at
$2.55 per year.
TTTT5 HOME SAVINGS BANK CAN
be obtained at the First National Bank
PrfiTvalliB. Its use encourages habits
of mwinmv and thrift. It is an orna
ment to any household. Write for
minted deportation. 20tf
AN ENERGETIC LADY CAN SE-
nn.ro, the, ncencv for this city and sur
rounding conntry for a bieh-grade
' line of Flavoring extracts, Perfumes
Twlof. Art.inlm. Toilet Soars, etc., by
ddrPHBinc the Pearsall Mfe' Co., Dee
HTninaa To Write them for sample out-
At Thcnr allnw a hi? commission, also
PHILOMATH AND LSEA STAGE
Ktao leaves Alsea 6:31) a. m. ; arrives
xt Philemath at 12 m; leaves Philo
math 1 p. ni.,' 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 $1.00 Bound trip ame day $2.00.
M. 8. Rickabd. ,
TtL nr. STONE. "REAL ESTATE AND
TntolliwneB office After 42 years in
"Rnn nnd T.inn counties. I feel fasti'
fled in comiog before the bomenwekers
f firftpon. and feel that I am com
petent to locate all such as wish to
buy homes here, with judgment and
competent . For 27 years I was a
hridaa hni'der in Benton. Lane. Polk,
Yamhill and Linn counties. I have
property in the above aamed counties
tn uil. and am thoroughly conversant
with the same. I ask no exclusive
right of sa'e and unless property is
Bold by me I ask no pay. Parties
wishing to employ help or if looking
for a position., will find it a conven
ience to phone or call at the office.
Kindness and courtesy extended to all,
flffinA. Snntta Main street. Corvallis,
Oregon. Office phone 378, res. phone
THE "VAPOR BATH CABINET" FOR
sale at Graham & Wells, with printed
instmrriona for administering the bath
at home, to cure numerous ailments
without use of medicine internally,
Annlinations can be made at home
without aid of experts. Try one, the
price is small.
TWO GOOD HORSES.
P A KLINE, LIVE STOCK AUCTION
eer, Corvallis, Or. Ofhce at Huston's
hardware store. P. O. addrpss Box 11.
Pays highest prices for all kinds of
live stock. Twenty years' experience.
WHEN IT COMES TO BUYING
lands, new-comers in this county will
make no mistake in consulting James
Lewis. Mr. Lewis baa been la isentou
for 30 Tears and not only Knows the
county but the entire valley. He has
been actively engaged in celling and
buying live stock and real estate all of
this time and naturally - ma Judg
ment is sound. He knows soils and
values. His knowledge is worth tnoaey
to anybody desiring correct and sincere
information. ,, 25-77
FADS W CAW t
DOGS AND AUTOMOBILES.
Ilnd That Customer To-
FacuH&r Mixture of Seek
lMuea and Superstition. .
Recklessness and old fashioned sup
Afl Canines Ear One :
They Will JBTrvr Swk
"A dog that baa once come in contact
erstitlon in peculiar mixture are shown with an automobile never goes back form.
in the different fads ana fancies warn- : second dose," said a man who lives out
en follow la earing for the hair. The the Old York road, to the C&Uadel
gasouue or "dry shampoo," of late the phia Record. '1 know, because I have
fashionable cause of numerous explos- t i mean dogs not automobiles.
Ions in Paris, is now frequently butee 'em limping around? Well, every
vainly requested at the Chicago hair- tone na8 been hit, and now they give the
dressers.'says the Tribune. ftutos a wide berth. You'd think that
It is asked for by the woman who is jfter one or two had the experience
in a hurry, by the one who doesn't want they'd put the others next, but. that's
the wave taken out of her tresses, by wnere the meanness of .a dog's nature
she who is afraid of taking cold, and by BOmeg m. They say that every doe haa
the white haired woman who approves
of the peculiar and beautiful blue white
tone andsllky softness which every pro
fessional hairdresser admits this pro
cess gives to gray locks.
In contrast to this there is a Chicago
establishment especially devoted to
clipping, singeing', and such processes,
where .fashionable customers come in
great numbers at the new of the moon.
This is at the request of the proprietor,
who has Imbued her customers with the
belief that the oils and coloring matter
flow upward at this time, whereas they
would go in the opposite direction and
devitalize the hair if It were clipped
during any other time of the month.
his day: I suppose they regard experi
ence as the best teacher. It's hard to
figure the thing out; but, at any rate,
every one of my six dogs has been struck,
with more or less serious results, and
now their curiosity is satisfied. They
are quite content to let the machines
whiz by, and save their barks until the
(Jf-"""- is rt "
THE7 MAKING OF LENSES.
STROKE AFFECTS NERVES.
COLLEGE VIEW POULTRY FARM
Barred Plymouth Rocks, Brown Leg
horns. Eggs. $1.00 per 15, at yards.
My Barred Rock hens are of the best
laying strain on the coast. I have add
ed cockerels from Park's world's best
egg strain, Brown Leghorns are good
as the best. S. H. More Corvallis. '
19tf Indp Phone 555,
THOROUGHBRED BARRED PLYM-
outh Rock Cockerels for sale cheap at
$2.00. J. I. Taylor, at C. & E. cross-
BARRED ROCK EGGS STANDARD
matings, $1.50 per 15; special exhibi
tion matings, $3 per 15. If you want
the bebt. call on or write W G. Emery,
Barred Rock Specialist, Corvallis. 23tf
NEW TIRES PUT ON BABY BUG-
gies and go-carts, at Dilley & Arnold's.
SOFT-SHELLED ENGLISH WAL-
nntB outvield all other varieties. If
von desire trees write for price and par
ticulars to Bert Brooks, McMinnville,
lightning Strikes Building Oocupled
by Part of Begiment Attend-
ant Results Interesting.
It is' with great rarity, saya the New
York Medical . Record, that one la
enabled to observe the effects of light,
ning on the animal organism on such
a large scale as has been ' studied by
Rippe, who reports that a building .'oc
cupied by three squadrons of a Rus
sian dragoon regiment was struck by
lightning. There were'22 men in the
building at the time." One man and a
horse were killed, and all" the others
were more or less severely Injured.
Post mortem examination of the dead
man and horse revealed as the most
important abnormities: hyperaemia of
the brain and its membranes, haemor
rhage into both hemispheres, augmen
tation of the subarachnoid fluid, and I
congestion of the internal organs, es
pecially the lungs, liver and kidneys. !
The symptoms in the survivors were
the severest on the part of the nerv
ous system. All the men-swere ren
dered unconscious, and In some in
stances there were convulsions, de
lirium, arid other signs of concussion
of the brain. .All these; symptoms dis
appeared. ' .
Glass la Made Principally in Euro
pean Countries and Snipped
in Small Slabs.
Or., R. F. D. No. 2.
SHORT ON PERUNA BUT LONG
on Prunes. Italian Prunes. 50 lb.
boxes, $1.50. Come quick.
F. L. Miller.
TWO REGISTERED OXFORD DOWN
Rams and four half-breeds. Peter
OCCIDENTAL HOTEL, CORVALLIS,
Oregon. Good, clean cooking; clean
beds, and rooms well ventilated ; nrst.
class service : splendid facilities to ac
commodate the public. Across the
street from .First National Bank. i. 23tf
MISTOOK CHINK FOR JAP.
Vegetable Preparationfor As
similating theFoodandReg ba
ling the Stomachs andBowels of
Chicago Sympathizer Meets Yellow
Individual, Hakes Demons tra
tion, and Is Rebuffed. - !
Gazette Bell phone No 341.
Oats for sale by W.
M. Crees, Cor-
, , 3132
Gazette Independent phone No
-FOR SALE TWELVE YOUNG SHORT-
horn milch cows, bred from inilk
strains nn both sides: one short-horn
bull : one Jersey built registered Poland
China hogs, male and female. Address
M. S. Woodcock. Corvallis, Ore.. 23tf
Get your school books and school
supplies at Graham & Wells. ;
Last Hope Vanished.
When leading physicians said that W.
M. Smithart, of Pekin, la., had incurable
EASTERN OREGON PROPERTY FOR consumption,; ,hi last hope vanished;
sale. We have over 30,000 acres .ot
lmnroved wheat farms for sale in
Aillinin. Morrow-and Sherman on
ties. Oreeoni Jfnces ot .tnese lanns
1S to 20 ner acre. Small cash pay
ment aud easy terms on balance. We
also have a first-class implement buai
TiPHB for sale in a live Eastern uregou
town on railroad. Address. Moore
Bros.. 621 .Washington St. Portland,
tlreson. ' ta-ai
W. E. YATES,
THE LAWYER, .
Both Phones. CORVALLIS, OR.
E. R. BRYSON ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office in PoBt OfUce Building, Corval-
- as, Oregon.
JOSEPH H. WILSON, : ATTORNE Y-
at-Law; Notarv, Titles. Convevanc-
. ing. Practicte in all State and Federal
Courts. Office in Burnett Building.
but Dr. King's New:' Discovery for Con
sumption, Coughs and Colds, kept him
ou ol his grave. . He says: xnis great
specific completely cut ed me, and saved
my life. Sice theu, I have used it for
over io years, and. considered h a marvel
ous thtoat and lung cute." Strictly
scientific cure for coughs, -Sore', Throats
or Colde: sure preventive of Pneumonia.
Guaranteed. 50c - and 1.00 bottles at
Allen & Woodward's drug Btore. Tria
Among the Chicagoans who are enthu
siastically pro-Japanese in their view of
the war In the east Is one man with a
business office on Dearborn street, says
the Chicago Inter Ocean. This man buys
all the extra editions of the newspapers
. and gets up in the morning as early as
he hears the paper strike his door. ' He
has even become such a war news read
er that he imagines he can pronounce
the names in the dispatches. One day
Mr. - Japanese Sympathizer .started up
Dearborn street. At the corner of Mon
roe street he. came face to face with a
yellow-skinned individual. ' 'The en
thusiast grabbed the yellow man by the
hand. "; ' . .
"Put her there, old man!" yelled the
enthusiast. "Hurrah for Japan! Hur
rah for Klrooky ! We fixed 'em at Hay-
ching and ' "Layonyoung; didn't "we?
Keep it up; old mam" - The yellow man
jerVed away his hand and b5Ved away.
"Me no Yapanee.. Me .Chinee."; said
the yellow man. The enthusiast
straightened up a little, fled to a news
stand . bought another paper, and ducked
back to his office.. ;
' When a popular camera was
first .under consideration,- it be
came jaecessary ,to- secure a good
lens at a popular price. This was
possible only by the devising and
making of special machinery and
tools, and by buying the raw glass
and manufacturing in large quan
tities, writes W. B. Ashley, in Out
ing. Lens glass, as all the world
knows, or will after this story is
published, is made principally in
Germany, France ' and England,
Brought to the manufacturer in
small slabs, it is cut by revolving
saws into the different sizes and
then subjected to a series of grind
ings and polishings that must
eventually enable the tester to fit
the lens over an absolute form of
the shape and size required, so per
Eectly that a deviation of one two
millionth of an inch is instantly
detected. The cement used for
building up "lenses from single
lenses is a preparation so delicate
that it cannot alter this perfection.
The making of lenses for photo
graphic work has now become an
immense industry, and in many
cases the shutters are also made
in conjunction. Highest skill is
employed to perfect this first re
quisite of the apparatus, but care
ful as these makers are to proe
their work, the lenses are also al
ways thoroughly tested by the
camera experts. This does not
mean that they are subjected to
anything like the different tests
the amateur will apply later on,
but finish, focus and mount, and
the focal scale is tested by objects
at the stated distances ; the finder
is brought, into alignment, and
then the camera needs only the
final touching up of rubbed spots
to be ready for the market.
ness andRest.Contains neither
Opium,Morphine nor Mineral.
Not "Nauc otic .
Aperfecl Remedy for Constipa
tion, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions .Fcverish
ness arid Loss of Sleep.
Facsimile Signature of
', For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Hdve
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
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much inconvenience to your
selves and to the detriment of
vour business. I think I am
warranted in saying that no other
grand jury in. this country has
been confronted with respon
sibilities at once so onerous and
so serieus as those which have
confronted you. Whatever the
result of your labors may be.
you have done your duty, and in
ib doiiag you have acted solely
from a sense of the , obligations
imposed upon you by yo.ur office.
You report your labors ended,
and I now dismiss vou from
In the above Judge Bellinger
has given voice to popular senti
ment as regards a duty well done
by the jury. It has been an
opinion pretty generally shared
by all classes that while this jury
had on hand a stupendous task
the result would be satisfactorv.
ILLINOIS STATE LINE STOLEN
Lake Michigan End of Mark Disap
pears and Special Survey Will
Men Past Sixty in Danger.
TO NEW YORK. FOR REST.
PIANO INSTRUCTION uIVEN IN
' any erade of advancement. Also
pianos tuned and repaired in first-class I
manner, inrt. pbone JNo. 405. Jr. A.
B. A. OAT HEY, M. D., PHYSICIAN
and Surgeon. ' .Rooms 14, Bank Build-1
, ing. Office Hours: 10 to 12 a. m , 2 to I
4 p.m. Residence : cor. 5th and Ad- I
ami Ste. . Telephone at office and tea-1
: tdence. v . - - UorvaJlia, Oregon.
C. H. KEWTH, M. D., PHYSICIAN
and Surgeon, Office ana Residence, .on I
iuain street, rnuomaui, ureon. ,
MISS EEETTA JONESA GRADUATB
- none of Portland Sanitariom - six
years experience. Private patients.
Independent Dbone No. 834. Post of-
"I find Thedford's Black-Dmnght
a good medicine for liver disease.
It cured my f 00 after he had spent
iw wnn aocrors. - K is mi tne mea
Icine I take." MRS. CAROLINES
StABTIN, Parkorsburg, W. Va.
If your liver does hot act reg
'. ularly go to your druggist and
: secure a package of Thedford's
Black-Draught and take a dofee
. tonight. . This great -family
medicine frees the constipated h
bowels, stirs op the torpid liver
and causes a healthy secretion
v Thedford's Black - Draught ;
will cleanse the bowels of lm
. purities and strengthen the kid
: neys. , A torpid livep invites
:. colds, biliousness, . chills and
, fever and all manner of sick-.
. ness and contagion. Weak kid- - v
neys Tesult in Bright '8f disease
which claims as many victims ;
; as consumption. A 25-cent -
package of Thedford 's Black
Draught should always be kept
in the house. -
"I used ''Thedford's Black
Drangfat for liver and. kidney com
plaints and fonnd nothing to excel -it"
WILLIAM COFFMAN. Mar
blehead, Sii. . .
Pittsburg Goes to Ootham and Ke tires
. to Sky-Scraper tor
U - ; Quiet.
Isn't it strange that people should
go to New York to rest up? Yon
know .what Broadway and Fifth
avenue are from Thirtieth to Thir
ty-fifth street the densest, noisi
est place in the world, writes a cor
respondent of the . Pittsburg Dis
patch. Yet I know a prominent
Pittsburg business man . who,
when he gets tired, slams down his
The Lake MiJileaa end of the state! roll-top desk, seizes his case and
... . . .. . 'ill i.t . 1 - - - - , J. . -VT I.
xojsjiz ii:e iraiueasu inxew ivia.
he patronizes a well-known hotel
much favored by Pittsburgers,
asks for a room on the;1 twelfth
floor, and if he gets it, or One on the
floor either above or beloiv, he is
happy. Twelve floors up he is re
moved from the noise of the bus.y
Our Clubbing; Lis.
Suoscribers to the CORVALLIS GAZETTE can-
obtain the following papers in combination sub
scriptions with the GAZETTE, at the very loir
prices stated, below; cash in adance always to ao
con pany the order. Those wishing two or more
publications named with tne UAZivras, will pleaso
correspond with this office and we will qnote you
the combination price. We can save you money on
nearly all publications yon desire.
Hoard's Dairyman, Fort Atkinson. Wis.. The
best most up-to-date dairy journal in the world, W.t
Oregon Poultry Journal, Salem, Or.. M.. 50
The Desitrner, Kew!Tork. Standard Fashions. H-
$1.00;. 2. 35.
Pocket Atlas of the World. 381 )res, containing
colored maps of all the states and territories in the
United State, the province of the dominion of
Canada, and of every country and civil division on
the face of the globe. Also valuable statistical In
formation about each state and county, giving tne
population of every large city in. the wor esides
other valuable information. A handy , reference
work' for every person; with Corvallis G ittk one
year, 2.00. .
The abbreviations below are explained as follows:
W, foi weekly; S W for semi-vet kly; T W, for tri
weekly; M, for monthly; S M, for semi-nronthly.
The first price represents the subscription rate of
the publication alone, and the second the rate for
the pubujeatiod offered in conjunction with the
Oregon Agriculturist and Rural Northwest, Port
land, Or., S.W., 50 cents; $1.80.
Oregonian, Portland, Or., W., fL60; 2.667"
. Rural Spirit, Portland, Or., Contains a live-stock
market report, W., 12.00; 2.56.
Pacific Christian Advocate Por and. Or.. W-,
$2.00. 8.06. .
Women's Home Companion, Springfield,' Ohio.
$1.00; 2.15. - ' - 7
Lippincott'a Magazine, Ihilndelphia, Pa., C,
Evv Month (Music, Song and IKnce), Hew York
H.,$1.00; $2.15. :
The Century Ma gazine, Kiw Tork.M., f4.C0; &0e-
: More than half of mankind over sixty
years ot age sutler trom kidney
and . bladder disorders, usually enlarge-1
ment of prostate glands. This is both
painful and dangerous, and Foley's Kid-
I ney Cure should be taken at the first sijrn I
of danger, as it correfcts irregularities and
Has cured many old men ot tnis disease.
Mr. : Rodney Burnett, R. ck Port. Mo ,
writes: "I suffered with enlarged pros
tate gland and kidney , trouble tor years
and after, taking two bottles of Foley's
Kidney cure I leer better than I have
l tor twenty years, although I am. now
QI, years Old."., bold, by Graham & I 'Boston Cooking School Magarine, Bi-M.,50etft
vVortham. - ) lw. - . . .
V tung Ptople's Week; , C hkaco, 111., V., 60 een
" ncinnati Inquirer. Cincinnati, W., f".0O; 2.06.
-Tlie Fruit Growers' Journal, Cobden, IIL, IL,
6m cents; $1 75. . s ' . .
- Houiestead, Des Moines, Iowa, A. thorough! stoc'x
and iarm journal, W $1.00; 2.30. ,
The Kepublic, St, Louis, Mo S. W., $1.00; 206. '
The American Farmer, Indianapolis, Ind., Uve
stocs, num ana poultry journal, at., ou cents; jLdo.
line between Indiana and Illinois has .
been lost or stolen,-: and the police of
two states are hunting for it. , The
mark for years lias been a stone, at
One Hundred and Eighth street and
Indianapolis avenue. On one side was
cut the word "Indiana," and on the
other ' "Illinois." The stone was four
feet-: long and two feet high, one and
o bnlf iAAt nrniectinir Above the prnnnrl
Not only has it been removed, but I pavement below, bo far as qui
the hole from which it was taken has
tu.n filial an nna mh toll AT..tltr
Tvnere u . stooa. x ne ponce oeiieve
some householder, more' thrifty than
honest, has imbedded the stone in -the
foundation of a residence of used it as
a base for a lawn flower pot. - r ' .
, The next boundary stone Is five miles
Inland, and a survey win. have to be
made from that point before the place
for a new Lake Michigan mark can be
Experts Watching America. : '
The Australian and German govern
ments both have experts In Colorado
this summer studying' the irrigation
systems of the state. Colorado W ac
knowledged to have the best Irrigation
systems in the world, and the ideas of
her experts are eagerly sought by the
countries of the old world, which have
to deal with arid-land problems, in their
colonies and at home.
itude is concerned - he mignt as
well be in a country i village. In
the morning the bright sunshine
steals in at v his : window, - which
overlooks the river and the docks
below. At night the view is one of
enchantment, watching the ves
sels move to and fro -with their
myriads of lights. And, although
there is gayety below in a dozen
corners of that self-same hotel, no
sound of it ever penetrates to his
quarters. "But this is only one of
the many possibilities of a won
: Biggest' Wedding Ceremony.
. The biggest wedding occurred when
Alexander the Great married Statira,
daughter'of the conquered king of Per
sia., By Alexander's orders 22,202 per
sona ' were made .husbands and - wives
in. the same ceremony The grooms
were Greek toldlen and the brlOM Pr-
i yoma. . . -r
Last : Saturday evening Judge
Bellinger dismissed the federal
grand jury,: which has labored so
conscientiously '. , regarding; the
land fraud cases, with the follow
ing, words : "This grand jury , will
be memorable in ,,the history.;, of
this country. irJYotthav.e ;ser.ved
through -lyoor Bbnic1! -scssiott'!r at
Children especially are fond of dainties,
and the housekeeper must look carefully
to their food. ; t
As good cake can be made only with
good eggs, so also a cake that isv health
ful as well as dainty must be raised with
a pure and perfect baking powder.
Royal Baking Powder is indispensable
in the preparation of the highest quality
of food. It imparts that peculiar light
ness, sweetness and flavor noticed in the
finest cake, biscuit, doughnuts, crusts, etc.
and what is more important renders the
food wholesome and agreeable to young:
ana oia . : r
ROYAL BAKlNtt POW0E CO, NEW YORK.