M) ,-CUSSlFlED AOVbRTiSLMEKTSl DENTISTS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS : Fifteen words or Ires, 25 cts for three successive insertions, "or 50 cts per month; for all up tq and including ten additional words. cent a word for each insertion. f For all advertisements over 25 words, J 1 ct oer word for the first insertion, and i et per word for eah additional inser ' tion. : Nothing inserted for less than 25 ! cents, - i Lodge, society and church notices, r other than strictly news matter, will be charged tor. E. IL TAYLyR, i DENTISTS tPA.Dl less extraction; lasi ZiejreM !.pailding Opja, Post l)m. Corvallis. Oreua.f fc oTAGE LINE. PHILOMATH AND ALSeI STAGE Stage leaves Alsea 6 :30 a.fm. ; arrives t Philomath at 12 m ; leaves rnuo- ath 1 p. m., arrives atr. Alsea 6:30 p. m. All persons wishing to go or return from Alsea ana points wesi can be accomodated at anytime. Fare to Alsea $1.0J Round trip same day, S 2.00. m.. b. XvICKARD. MUSIC. WANTED HIGH EOT CASH PRICE PAID FOR all kinds of Poultrv also dressed Fork. Smith & Boulden, Corvallis, Oregon, next to fiAZKTTK office. WAtfTE 0 500 SUBSCRIBERS TO THE Gazette and Weekly .Oregonian at $2.55 per year. tr -m cTfWTC. REAL ESTATE AND Tnioii;ona nflfife After 42 vears in "Rentnn mii T.inn rounties. I feel iusti fled in coming before the home-saekers i anrl fpfil that I am com ' rurtont. to 'locate' all such as wish to buv homes here, with judgment and Rnr 27 vears I was a wwiw;1 -n 11 :.t.uokn;'Harin Ren ton. Lane. Folk. Y.mhill nnd Linn counties.! I have property ip the above, amed counties to sell, and am thoroughly conversant with the same. I ask no exclusive i rigbt. of saie and unlees property is sold by me I ask no pay. Parties ' wishinff to employ-help r if looking f, o TinoiHnn. will find it a conVen ience to phone or caU at the office, Kindness and courtesy extinded to all. nflfino Smith Main street. Corvallis. Oreeon. Office phone 378, res. phone 66. PIANO INSTRUCTION tIVEN IN any erade of advancement. Also pianos tuned and repaired in first-class manner. Ind. phone No. 405. F. A. White. WOODSAWING. WOOD SAWING ALL CALLS nromntly and satisfactorily attended Living prices and good work. Gaso lene engine, bee w. a. noaay, ina. phone 351. - 37tf PHOTOGRAPHS. FOR PHOTOGRAPHS. PORTRAITS, or views, photo's tinted in colors; oil paintings on hand for sale, or painted to order; all work guaranteed. Call on B. R. Thompson, artist. MARBLE SHOPS. WM. STAIGER & F. VANHOOSEN. Third door north of Hotel Oorvall i , (.-':, 32tf FOR SALE ONE GOOD WORK MARE. GENTLE, ' 'rafoVit nhont 1.200.- For further par- 1 t.icnlars inauire ot Thos. Boulden or at Gnzptte office. ' ' J 36t iMmTlHES PUT ON BABY BUG- g'ies and go-carts, at Dilley & Arnold's. fiwnRT ON PERUNA . BUT LONG ' Italian ' Pru'nesi 50 lb: boxesi $1.50. - Come quick. -. 1 F. L. Miller. POULTRY. t 'C & i. 'fe "4 V--. BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS Breeding .stock. and..Lborotifib bred eggs tor sale. unoice nens ?i eacn. se lected eeesrterlfr G. Emery, Barred ;Rj?$,,Sj4MitW . T" - miscellany; For fine coultrv we'are'ln&iri- edld ttie beriefnhat'B&toa is Will she Mve1 ar? ' &tiibitof fancy '? birdsr' at tbeWait? This depends we ' are ' informed on seVefal things.,; ' 1 , Between, poultry breeders of Oregon and Washington it ' is about nip t'and tuck.' Corvallis has on two or three occasions sent birds to the Seattle poultry shows and has just about held her own in the way of prizes and first places with her competitors of the north. , But just now it seems that Washington is in a fair way to take the lead in the matter of poultry exhibit at the Lewis and Clark ; fair. Harry Collier, formerly editor of the Pacific Poultryman of Tacoma, has been secured by the state authorities of Washington to tour the state in the interest of an exhibit of poultry at the Ex position. 1 The state, we are in- fermed, pays the expense of this and also the expenditure neces sary on the part of individuals who may send fancy birds to the Fain - ' If something ' of this' nature could be done in Oregon we would beyond a doubt have creditable showing at ,the,. Lewis and Clark Fair and stand a good cnance ot winning ; over our neighbors of the .north. But without this assistance it is feared mat interest will lag and our showing be poor. - Elmer Dixon, of Oregon City, has been appointed "superintend ent of the poultry exhibit at the Exposition, and C. G. . Hinds, of The Installation. There. was a very pleasant and we. hope, profitable meeting St the Pbyterian church on last,ThursT day .mgnt. ' l he ..occasion was the- installation of Rev. M. S. Bush as pastor. . A large congre-, gation assembled,, including pas tors and members from sister churches in this city. W. S. Holt, D. D., Synodical Mission ary of Oregon, presided and pro pounded the coHStitutional ques tions and offered the prayer of installation. Rev. T. B. Griswold, of the resbyterian church of Albany, preached the sermon, and Rev. Andrew Carrick, of Brownsville, former pastor of the church, gave the charge to the pastor, E. J. Thompson, D. D., of Inde pendence, for 14 years pastor of the church, gave the charge to the congregation. The sermons were all first-class and much en joyed by the congregation pres ent. When the Benediction was pronounced all those present made a forward movement and oSered their congratulations to Rev. and Mrs. Bush. At the close of the services the young ladies of the Christian En deavor society served light refresh ments and those that remained enjoyed a social hour over the re freshments and in conversation c A Rose City. Alemeda, Calif., . who judged the last poultry show in Corvallis, (Jet youV'scffoolVoots and sqhooi will be one of the judges of poultry at the air. supplies at Graham & Wells G az ETTEBelT pTjgne'lp'Bl'!. Bills Allowed. - Notice is herebygivep tbat-tbeannual election of The Citv of Corvallis. will be held on" Jloiiday , the loth day of May, : FOl SALE TWELVE 9 SHORT- ff f Lewis Gray, mi J P court horn milch covre,, bret iromf cuiik strains on both sides ; one snon-norn Kriii nnn.Tprsev bull' reeistered Polan.' male and female. Addrew f S. Woodcock. Corvallis. Ore. a 23lf ATTORNEYS towing ofiicera : I h '$ fin? ' Mayor . Chief of Police Police Judge ? Treaauret c v 1 One CoauciliHhn for:the first ward : Two Councilm- n-'fer the second ward une youncuxnan lor tne inira wara j The following has been designated! as the polling place:'.- Counnl-chambers in the citv 'hall on the south east corner of Fourth and Madison etreets.; The polling Only set of abstracts m Benton County place will open at 91 A. w. mid remain The following persons have been appojnt- The following bills were al lowed bv the County Court at its regular May, 1965, term, to- Wit: .$ 50 , 3 00 . 4 50 . 34 75 . 6 50 ! '18-00 U f40 '25 Barney Seits, con fees, Cbrv lnd Tel Co, tel for May..... .Corvallis Times,! printing.i.;..'.u;. B usho n g Co-' blan ks . ".. . . ." . ! . Corvallis Gazette, priirtib'g;:!-.!. J D iWells,eJanito...i;m'iC..U;. I T7 VATKS. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. - Office First National Bank Buildine. R H Hustori, Jail locks.til..U..aiJ!" 2 25 P' ZierolfjgrOO'M'rs Sears.X.l.s ' 6 00 Wellsher& Grayi grocZumalt'.'&.J' 52 "09 G6 ELilly,rent.Mr8;Salrgent...'... i-6 -50 W. E. YATES, . ' : - . ; . '' ' THE LAWYER, ' n RAth Phones. , CORVALLIS. OP I E.H.BRYSON ATTORNEY AT LAW 5- 'Office in Post Office Building, Corral- Ua, Oregon. JOSEPH H. WILSON. 4ATT0RNEY-at-Law. , Notary.-Titles, Conveyane inu. Practice in all State and Federal Courts. Office in Burnett Building. ed to conduct said' election: . I (jaieb Davi - 1 Joseph. Yates . , J. VV, Crawford " CLBBlBr ' . I ' C. A. Gould " I j (?ran( Eluin , Given under' mv band and" seal of The City of Cojrvalus this 3nd day of May? 1905. 7 J : ' ' ' - Gbeffoz, 1 AfegetablePreparalionfor As similating the Food andRegula ting theStoinacre andBowels of Promotes Dige3don,Cheerfur ness andRest.Contains neither Opium,Morpliine norMineraL Not Sarc otic . Seal' jtbcSmuta- AateSet Aperfecl Remedy forConsGpa Ron, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Feverish rvess and Loss OF Sweep. Facsimile Signature of new'york. 11 For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears Signs -AUCTIONEER P A "KLINE, LIVE STOCK AUCTION eer, Corvallis, Or. P. A; iKIine 'Line, Phone No. 1. P. O. address. Box 11. Pavs Inchest prices for till kinds of live stock. Twenty years' experience. i . Satisfaction guaranteed. , HOTELS. OCCIDENTAL HOTEL, CORVALLIS, Orecon. Good, clean cookine: clean beds, and rooms well ventilated ; first, class service: SDlendid facilities to ac commodate the public.-; Across the street from First National Bank. 23tf PHYSICIANS B. A. OAT HEY, MD., PHYSICIAN and 8urgeon. Rooms 14, Bank Build ine. Office Honrs : 10 to 12 a. m . 2 to 1 p. m. Residence : cor.; 6th and Ad . ami 8t. Telephone at office and ro Uienue. Corvallis. Oreit i , 0. H. KEWTH, M. D., PHYSICIAN . and Surgeon. Office an j Residence, on Main street, Philomath, Oregon. ' 15 fl. S T-TI?-f Police Judgfrdt Tlie Cityi of Corvatlis w. ,W'3Md yKt Mn DiHuggins, eare 60 pbdr.'.&w 102 S5 B Benneit , ooi physician x). . A .V- 9 00 JEMIchaelifertymbn:U:.i'..;.f.;.:..i Vgl 175 B A Calheyi inBane."...i:.,.iviJ.V,. !5!.00 EarrE3gef,T6aas?rdei;(road d)d 425 00 CL BlaBesIeS, ferry 'wort......,:vJ'''4 00 Vidiito Bros,team'hW(ro'kdld)?... 1 4 0 J'H Sitnp?on,!roaa suppfteB..:;...;. 37 40, H E ttodes, powder foVitiadV.:..' 51 25 R M'W'ade; r6ad'iutpHe8.i:.".n.:;.f:"..,ii " 3 A'Wi1rielinl&;Sdii, I'd sdpefcij..;:.. !f 5 95 R' M 6ilbert,1rbad V6itf-:.Ki.!i'J'; 8 ;60 A Bunker.road ''w6rk.'?...v:;.?' ir.;.l.."'?i'5'2:50 29 50 When it comes to a matter of roses Corvallis people tip their hats to nobody. At this season of the year there is fragrance in the. air, noticeble even to old 'resiaenters. ". ifiat .Nature is to be assisted is set forth in a dis patch recently sent from this city to the Telegram, which reads as follows: The citizens of Corvallis are following in the footsteps of Port land residents in beautifying their city for the inspection of the crowds of visitors, who .will be draw to Oregon this year by the Lewis aad Clark Exposition. Hundreds of roses have been new ly planted on public grounds, and many of the citizens have become enthusiastic rose fanciers, some having added to their colections of this beautiful flower as many k 0 new choice varieties. Con di tibns here are unusually favor able for "floral production, and the city is already .assuming the ap- bearahfce' of a garden of flowers. dhd .' by" th 'time the" season is EXACT COPY OF WRAfiEER. iture A XT- ravjr 1 fft n frlfrn IB In Use For Over Thirty Years P it th enmua tamun. an ohk city. Corvallis Rates to Lewis and Clark Fair Over Southern Pacific Railroads. $3.50 Individual Tickets. "ATE One and one-third fare for the round triD. SALE DATES . . Dailv from Mav 29th to Oct. 15th. 1905. LIMIT Thirtv ds. but not later than Oct. 31. 1905. Parties of Ten or More. For parties of ten or more from one point, (must travel together on one ticket both ways), party tickets will be sold as follows: . One fare for the round trip. ) Ao fairly on, wiir bCacreqit tb he state. -Jf- J J Geo,Bwryff roail wr Jrdifd).R....,jl?9;00 Juggiinjt With Dynamite. Is no' more dangerous than to neglect 1 kidnev disorders Foley's Kidney Cure corrects irregularities. and has cured mBDf severe cases alter omer treatment jjhb failed. It builds np the worn out tisanes and restores 'health and vieor. "I Was troubled with- kidney complaint for about two years," writes A. H-Davis, of Mt Sterling, Iowa, "but two bottles I of Foley's Kidney Uure etlectea a perrna npnf frcp '' For snle: hy Graharn; & W01 thuiii: ' vrV' ... J. 4 . . Sain Kins;, irpad work s ' ' H" Cty Tran eo,,tean hjre " J( E,S,tarrr, TQad work j.lf.s.. Ellsworth, Post GAE.ipd Bo....... C A Gerhard,. Btationery...., A, Coombs, expense pauper......j NaT Drill & MnfRCordnc(rd fd)... VirgU E Watter,pi:prd grader,.. iP.QO 12,00 ;.2,50, 10.00 19:24 . 6 00 290 70 155 v.., Saved;, by :pya,mite. v, Spme'tiiues a flanping cityvis-.saved by dynamiting a spacethat the fire can't cross. Sometimes a fcotnrh ' hunt's on so long you feel as if nothing but dynamite would cure it. A. T. Gray, of Ualhonn, Ga., writes : MySwifefnad a very aeera- valed cough, which kept ber awake nights. ...Two phyeii-ians could not hl'p her so she took Dr. King's New Di coverv1 for Consumption, O ught) ami Colds; which eased her couh, gave' liei sleep, and tinallyi cared her.lf.i jStrictlv scientibu. cure .tor,-, broncpms . jind , ia Gripped ' At Allen & " Wood warp's ' drug 8 to re, pri e 50c and $1 j guaranteed'. Trial bottle fret. ;s ' Peter Speedie wt prosatty,..... ;- 2;90 " Notice 'jit j?itai ,Settletnent. ; f ' Notice U boreby givenlthat tinSeireigned 4-, ministratrix Of the estate of James M Wilkinson, deosased, haa- llri in the Ciimntywrt, County, State of Oregdnv her "Pinal1 Aciouat as such adminirtrafcrix, and that Monday, the 5th day of Jsiie, 1905, at the: hour of two o'clock p. M: has been fixed- by said .Court as a tiriie for heartag of objections to said report and the settlement thereof. Dated April 21. 1906. v : ? t f ' . , f. . ;. . : . IV Saxafi A; Wilkinson.' ! ' .' ' ' Adiiihifstratrix of the Esnitejof .. - jameg M. Wilkinson, deoeastd. T Notice. .rtLstitbprts; ?,c, Ai JJewiou .Dick v" i HQ Leonard, ; H' AJt HaggWty,, ;,;,; (qaVjKjramer, i "-vi g Cha8;Noni C B Peterson. " f i.i R Hathaway, V.i j jf i s" -John cMartio, . .! ? '. " bAlbrt Brown d'- ; " J CAHyland, .' o',' i " .s ft Turner, Vhi ?: ." A J ShirJey, - ;'.V Pat Stewart " " " 0 Taylo " . ' 01! FelKer,.," New i .j . Partnership. RATE.... SALE DATES . .Daily from May 29th to Oct. 15th, 1905. limit .... len days. SALE DATES LIMIT...... Organized Parties of 100 or More. For organized parties of one hundred or more moving on one day from one place, individual tickets will be sold as follows: RATE. ...... .One fare for the round triD. . Daily from May 29th to Oct. 15th, 1905- iS2.00 Ten Days. ( Stopovers. No stopovers will be allowed on any of the above tickets: they must be used for continuous passage in each direction. J For further information call on J. E. FARMER. W. E. COMAN, Agent, Corvallis. Gen'IPas. Agt., Portlgnd. HOME SEEKERS Ii too are looking- for some real good Banning in btock, Grain, Fruit and Poultry KxncliPS. write for our special list, or c me xnd se,- hk We will tti pleasure in giviug yuu reliaole inform a- aaanainnaB uon: also snowing you uver tne county : ;:i;AMBLER & WATTjERS, :.i , REAL ESTATE, LOANS INSURANCE , r V RQI L l,i WATTERS1,C0BVU.I9, . ; . ! . HtHM UMBLER, FHILOl1H. Bert Yates and W. E. Yates "have j-' lv (Jamied a, , partnership ;. rtndef -tthe firm .HtW'td: W name nt Yates Yates, lhey expect to -j......... ,5. 70 I do a eeneral insurance and abstract busi- .1. 50 rneas.' They represent '"good reliable in- Mf..w'.f:j w rgoranoe companies and will turnisn n.-,i,iH 4; ou I accurate, neat ana complete abstracts ' ol Benton county :'i property t 'reasonable :price&' Call on or. ' write ; to Yates; & Yates, Corvallis, Oregon. li ii---3fN- MtUU0 k...iijW i ' 150 3 M i:50 .5 20 5i20 : .tl60 1;50 .1150 ;1 60 1 50 S 00 Notice is nereoy given mat nnaerann ny virtue 01 i v1; s - a , .i,- -. yf yp.. r w awarrant and order of sale ..issued by th;Foice f M" Anif.ihvrnad' WEi." .::.-.U'.'...A'-"'' 8 25 MISS DEETTA JONES, A GRADUATE nnrce of Portland Sanitarium six years v experience. Private 'patients. i Indeyydent nhone Hah334, ii'ost ot . flee no 2T. .' ; i. ft, h 12ti LAND AGENTS. WheS IT COkES TO BUYING lands, new-comers in this county will make no mistake in consulting James Lewis. "Mr.liewiii has been in-Benton for 30 Tears and not only snows? the .county bos the entire valley. .Ha has been actively engaged in. selling and ; '- bnying live stock and real estate all ot thi time and naturally .hia jndg- ; ment Ib sound. He knows Soils and values. His knowledge is worth money to anybody desiring correct and sincere iaJorsaatioa. 25-7T hm. th curDoratie Keal' of said Git of CotvaBis. beanntr aate tne tn aay pi April, iuuo, upoa a ircn which was duly entered in the docket of City;' iins. of said City of Corvallis on thi 24th dav of Septem ber, 1904, upon the property hereinafter described under and in compliance with Ordinance Nil. 14?, passed by the Cifrdii-.. Council of ' said Cityi pf Corvallis! Oregon, in favor of said City and against Gilbert SmUh,;;Tbwla;i4'; .lwrett1iropertv: hereinafter anbe4,,whicjt warxaij ,w,afl, .4ssued .upon an. order '..of. theCityju6uncil...oi .Coruallis, Oresron, duly made aCTfregiflar meetihjEr thereof, which lien as for the sum of $45 18 .together. with interest thereon .at the ate ef reight pel cent, per annum from the';4th .'dafcidf :, Sep$enbet, 1904, j until paid, oesiaes tne eoetS( sucn saief dk wnicn i said i f; warrant I am "ordered "aiii Teftulred 'to sail in the I s if eimW1 ' manner prescribed by law as Upon real property fer tjiv? ?T ir, .? ' 3 Bile under execution, the following described real U Hector, ' Lot Number rive (5) Block Number" (5), Old Town I A M Gray, of Marysville (now City of Corvallis) Oregon;) Also; Lot ' Number Six' Btoflr, Number.' Five m Old Town of Mary&yiUe (now City l Corvallis) Oregon, H M FlemviSiVi X E M D.ieUv W . Jpfrj BpoB,i ;y"A f"i K' Ciwi walMer, " fMVV:.l, i JRFefaier C,WC J B Ban ton 7 60 6 25 5 00 W 2 60 i :'5.oo it;oo 1 ; t2l5Q A Creepiap;. Death, y : ;Elood ' poison creeps ; op towards: tn heart, causinz death. J.,' Ei. Stearnf, Belle Flaine, Minn., writes that a friend dreadfully ' injured his 'hand,' wbili swelled up like blood poisoning. Bttek len's Arnica Salve drew out the poipon, healed the wonnd, 'and eaved his life. Best in the im M ;"fbr. -ltiinVs 'af.lJ Hri-i-a. 2ocat Alien A .Woodward'a "drnjiistdrfT". Take The GAZEtTE foi;"all tte tne local news. i : " . it ;r.7' :- :i v. )ri-u'.': , ifrtcntttttyxr: t to satisfy, tbeiaaiccnw.f aija;t!)ta!uhdertAna by virtue of said warrant ana oraer ol sale Issued as aforesaid to mfr afrectedr I av:ferieJ-qpan tlie said real property, and will on the 31st day of Jlay, 1905. at the'hour of one o'clock p. m. of said! da at the Iront'door of the Court Souee in Cortailis. diic auction to toe Wron Mayrette, wit- pr. -att'-y Geo Belt, . . " . feay 'iamberaon, " M ; "' ' John Scott, 11 25 o: 00 37 50 3 12 6 25 1.1.50 1 60 f 3i50 i"50 1 50 W-iA: JolfyV counl6niii;.i...."-iX-10i 49 Peter. Riekard V q t 't ..:: 16r30 Oreeort. offer for sale at highest bidden fer oaah ixt hand .the- real pr described herein, and all the interest, ritrht, title and estate of the said Gilbert Smith; therein to satisfy lltttKjSlSamlffif lllQbtKile road wk dialil5..,.v. V. 76 together with .the oeto. and charge of making 1 Fleming, rd wk C & CT terry 6 00 "oUftta iJnik ) j Attest: Victob P.Mesas, .si'; Chief lace5f . tr5'feJ ,i i2 .-, ??3r.5le'.?entott " 0e' - .'".CrfA" -fit r;. r i f. c- ,c IA r'pdHave Always lougM ftGizETTE Iddependeht ptibtiejlto 43 d. ' . us. II1 3 J. A ;i' ii : i.jv:-i.v-i iiilliiiiie f f ; tea bis ;r f cleaner, more testy and wholeme. ( ; ;v? i Royal Bng Ppwdex Wr$ house Ir ivife to prruce at hpmeqijicpy;and eco-; wn6micyiy,vfo cake, tine : itUsed i hot-bisGuit,3 puddings : the- frosted layer-: tensp : cc)rde,crullersiee and -j muiiins, witn wnicn ine reaoy-maae roiEYsmnYCDrai .oij found iattKe balcehop or grocery - does ' iRoyal is the greatest pbafc nels. -1t Viif .if) i.' ir r : L , I . . , aOYAU BAKINA fOWOEK CO., NSW YORK.