CL'SBIFIKD ADVERTISEMENTS I Fiflepn word or less, 25cts for three successive insertions, or 50 cts per mowtb; irall op to and including ten additkraf worJs. cent a word for each insertion '. ' For t advertisements over 25 words, 1 ct jr ird for the first insertion, and ct fer -vord for each additional inser tion. Nothing inserted for less than 25 cents. Lodge, society and church notices, other than strictly news matter, will be cnareed 'or. FOR SALE A BAEGAIN IN GO ATS 67 HEAD, three-ourths nannies, for $150. Ad dress. C. W. Mason, Peak, Or. 48-56 ONE WOODBAW AND JACK, $25; two good farm wagons. $25 , two good covered backs, $35 and $50 ; new bug cv and new harness. 65. Every kind farm implements on hand. It don't matter what you want come to the Emnlnvment Office and save money, H. M. Stqnb. 44-52 FOR SALE 400 CORDS MAPLE AND ash wood. 3 and per cord, de livered latter part of August. Leave orders at Abbott's feed barn. Norwood Tradine Co.. Brace. Or - 42-68 CORD WOOD FOR 8ALF CALL UP No 1 phone. P. A. Kline lit.e. P. A KxiNB. - 42tf, "STORIES OF OLD OREGON," BY O. A. Wmrroner. will be found on sale at J. F. Allen's, Corvallis, Or. dltf CAMERAS. KODAKS. KODAK SUP plies, a good dark room in the store, at Oraham a wens. PAINTS. OILS, VARNISHES, GLASS, Brushes, fml stock of nil painters' Sup plies, at Graham & Wei's. 40tf NEW TIRES PUT ON BABY BUG- gies and go-carts, at Dilley& Arnold's, ATT. T.ATR POPULAR SHEET MU- hir. Clnitflrs. Mandolins. Violins, Ac- cordeons. Harmonicas, Musical Goods, coirect prices. Call and see them at . Graham & Wells, Corvallis, Os. 40tf ATTORNEYS W. E. YateB. Bert Yatee. YATES & YATES, Law, AbstractiLg and Insurance. Both Phones. Corvallis, Oregon E. R. BRYSON ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in Post Office Building, Coival iis, Oregon. J. F. YATES, ATTORNEY-AT LAW. Office First National Bank Building. Only set of abstracts in Bentoi County JOSEPH H. WILSON, ATTORN EY-at-Law. Notary, Titles, Conveyanc ing. Practice in all State and Federal Courts. Office in Burnett Building. MEDICAL PURE FRESH DRUGS AND MEDI "cines, some bought direct from the fac Etory; Perfumery, Rubber Goods, .Combs, Brushes, Stationery, Books, School Supplies. Druggists' Sundries, everything found in a first-clRSS drug store, atgGraham & Wells, Corvallis, Oregon.2Z: 40tf BANKING. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF Corvallis, Oregon, does a general, con- . servative banking business.. Ic gnarded safely its customers' banking business through the panics of the last two ' decades, which merits proper consider ation. It affords banking privileges at home and abroad, first-class, not ex celled by any institution in the United States. . The members of the Board of Directors were born and raised in Ben ton County, except one, and that mem s her has maided 11 tb count v fo'tv-eix yearn. Tlie butiuess history of each is as an open book before the people of the county. Loans to customers solicit ed, properly secured. "" ' 40tf LAND AGENTS. WHEN IT COMES TO BUYING lasds, new-comers in this county will make no mistake in consulting James iiewis. Mr. .Lewis Has been la Uenton for 30 vears and not only Knows the county but the entire valley. He has been actively engaged in selling and buying live stock and real estate all ot this time and naturally his judg ment is sound. He knows soils and values. His knowledge is worth money to any body debiting correct and sincere information. : - . 25-77 H. M. STONE, REAL ESTATE AND Intelligence office After 42 years in -Beaton aud Linn countns, I feel iusti " fled in coming before the horne-saekers of Oregon, and feel that I am com petent to locate all such as wish to buy homes here, with judgment and competency. For 27 years I was a bridge bmder In Benton, Lane. Polk Yamhill and Linn counties. I have property in the above aamed counties to sell, and am thoroughly conversant with the same. I ask no exclusive right of sale and nnless property is sold by me I ask no pay; Parties wishing to employ help or if looking for a position; will nnd it a conven ience to phone or call at the office, Kindness and courtesy extended to all Office, South Main street, Corvallis Oregon.' Office phone 878, res. phone 66. WA5TE0 60b "SUBSCRIBERS TO THE GazkttB and-.Yeekly j Oregomaa at $2.65 pet year. - a V-.- ; --,'.J . f DENTISTS E. H. TAYLOR. DENTIST. PAIS- leas extraction. la Zierolf building Opp. Poet Office. Corvallis. Oregon. oTAGE LINE. PHILOMATH AND LSEA STAGE Btage leaves Alsea 6 :30 a. m. ; arrives t Philemath at 12 m ; 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 $1.0J Round trip same day $2.00. M. S. Rickard. WOODSAWING. NEW GASOLINE WOODSAW ALL orders given prompt attention; abort notice orders solicited. Good work, as cheap as anybody. W. R. Hanseix, Ind. phone 835. 44tf. WOOD SAWING ALL CALLS promptly and satisfactorily attended. Living prices and good work. Gaso lene engine. See W. E. Boddy, Ind. phone 351. 37tt foundry; WE ARE HERE TO DO ALL KINDS ,,f tnanhinA wnrb nn nhcirt notice ana most reasonable prices; casting, repair ing, building and rebuilding engines, anu various niB,uninerjr Buuu.nca. Franklin Iron WORKS Co. 41-50 AUCTIONEER P A KLINE. LIVE STOCK AUCTION eer, Corvallis, Or. P. A; Kline Line; Phone No. 1. P. O. address. Box 11. Pavs highest prices for all kinds of live stock. Twenty years' experience. Satisfaction guaranteed. PHYSICIANS B. A. OAT HEY, 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 St. Telephone at office and res idence, jorvallis. Oregon. . H. NEWTH, M. D., PHYSICIAN and Surgeon, Office an i Residence, on Main street, Philomath, Oregon. R. D. BURliESS, M. D. Office over Blackledge Furniture Store, Office hours : 10 to 12 and 3 to 5. ELASTIC PULP PLASTER. NO SAND. NO LIME. Fire Proof Water Proof WILL MOT FALL OFF CRACK CRUMBLE Just the Thing for Hop-Driers. Write for Catalogue. Pacific Pulp Plaster Co. PHONE MAIN 2362, ?; 517-521, Chamber of - Commerce, PORTLAND, OREGON. R. M. WADE & CO., Agts., Corvallis. Our Clubblu? List. Buoacribera to the CORVALLIS 'GAZETTE can obtain the following papers in combination subscriptions-with the GAZETTE.- at the verv low prices stated below; cash in advance always to' ac con pany : th order Those wishing? two or more publications named with tbc GAZETTE, will please correspond with this office and we will quote yon tne comDiniu n price, we can gave yog money on nearly all puMicaocms von' aefflre.r; . Hoard's Dairyman. Fort Atkinson. Wis.. !The nest raoBt up-to-aace aauy journal m tne woriaw. 1 Oreeon -Poultrj UournaL Salem. Or.. M.. 5 cents; Ltw. . The Designer. NewTYork. .Standard Fashions. H X00; 4.36. Pocket Atlas of the World, 881 paces, containing colored maps of all the states and territories in the United States, the province of the dominion of Canada,' and of every country and civil division on the tace of the globe. Also Valuable statistical in formation' about each state and county, giving the population of every large city in the wor esides other valuable information. A handy reference work for every person; with Corvallis G kttk one year, toe. , The abbreviations below are explained as follows: W. for weekly; 8 W for semi-weekly; T W, for tri weekly; M, for monthly; S II, for semi-n ontbly. The first price represents the subscription rate of the publication alone, and the second the rate for the publication offered in conjunction with the semi-weekly GAZETTE. Oregon Agriculturist and Rural Northweat..Poit land. Or., 8.W., 50 cents; $1.80. Oregonian, Portland, Or.. W., $L5; 2.65. , Rural Spirit, Portland, Or., Contains a live-stock market report, W., $2.00; 2.55. - Pacific Christian Advocate: Por and,lOr.. W.. $2.00. 8.06. '; - .. Women's Home Companion, Springfield, Ohio, (1.00; 2.16. Lippincott's Msgszine, Philadelphia, Pa., H.. $2.50; 8.26. . . . , - . "EvW Month (Music, Song and Dince), Kew York M $1.00; $2.15. The Century iKagazire, KewlYork.M. J.C0; .0o Young People's ecklj , I hicajo, 111, W., Bflcen $1.90. . C ncinnatl Inquirer, Cincinnati, W., HLOO; 2.05. KiEysiiiB:noro2 4.'.-'.; -V r -r - Timely Address ; ' Made' - ! ' Dr. WHhycombe. At a recent farmers' institute held in Milwaukee, Or.,, Dr. Withycombe, of this city, made the following address, as set torth by the homestead: Extensive agriculture is the coming watchword of husbandry. Western Oregon and the irrigat ed portions of Eastern Oregon are entering upon an era of small er farms and more extensive cul ture. The trend of agriculture is towards maximum production. This condition will be found on smaller .rather than on large farms. There are contributing agencies conductive to the devel opment ot this system of farm ing. First, conditions here are highly favorable to the system; second, the highly-increasing values of land and consequent ly increased taxation compel the owner to make the farm more re munerative. This subdivision" dl farms will not only give rise to better general farming . but will give hs a more dense population. The increased revenue by reason ot more intensive Systems of husbandry ! will stimulate' every avenue of trade and laelp to' de velop Portland into a great ' com cial cityl "' ; ' lnere is no agricultural sec tion in the world moire favored by natural endowments for exten sive agriculture than our own fair state; also there is not a sec tion of our state better situated for intensive husbandry than here. Your farms are 1 located at the very threshold of the met'ro pons of the Northwest. There is no reason why the farmers of this section should not be prosperous. Nor is there any reason why ag riculture should not be a profit able and pleasurable vocation. Surely the potentiality of our soil and climate, when properly understood will surpass the ex pectations ot the most sanguine. As an example of what can be done in the line of producing green feed for dairy cows, results obtained at the experiment station this spring will be given. We began cutting on April 3, an acre of rye and vetch, sown Oct. 18, 1904; finished cutting on April 18; yield per acre of green feed, 13,325 pounds. Began cut ting second crop on May 23; finished May 30; yield 11,195 pounds. Thus this acre of vetch and rye has yielded this spring 11.75 tons ot green leed and there is a good prospect of a third crop. Began cutting a two-acre field of alfalfa April 19 and finished cutting. Mav 23: yield of two acres twenty tons and eighty pounds of green feed. Thus three acres have produced 31 .79 tons of green feed already this " spring with a good prospect of cutting two or three more crops of alfalfa this season ; 0 in other words, three acres of land; have furnish ed the principal feed for fifteen head of grown cattle and four six-months old calves from April 3 to May 30. This is what is known as the soiling system and plainly illus trates the possibility of small farms when intelligently utilized These crops are produced under ordinary farm . conditions and without any artificial fertilizers. ; The same principle "may be applied to all branches of hus bandry, including poultry, swine, sheep, gram, and market garden ;, Agriculture in all its ramifica tions is steadily becoming more highly specialized. We advocate diversity ot productions only so far as is necessary to maintain the fertility of the soil by rota tion ot crops. ' Thus animal hus bandry in some form is practical ly indispensible in general farm ing, j ; k . '- K.--. This state presents splendid op portunities to the small as well as the larger farmer aad the time is not far distant when our state will be dotted with small prosperous farms. Three Physicians - Treated Him Without Success. . :" W. L. Yancy,'rPaducah, Ky writes; "I had a severe case of kidney disease and three of the best ; physicians . in Kemtacky treated: me without . success. I then took Foley's Kidney Cure. The first bottle gave immediate relief, and three bottles ' cured me permanently. I gladly recommend this wonderful nmH .f-V Doctor Telia What Ho Thinks o .Tomaa Who Insisted Upon. ' 'flavor in Hedicin. ."rt-w-V-J 5-ii Sfttiii: ,:r Being a man of excellent wis dom, the doctor seldom makes re marks about his patients, but that day he Was so mad he couldn't helg himself; ; "That Womant" said het "is a dashed' fool." - " 'I "What has she done?" asked a listener. "She has insisted upon my flavoring the medicine for whicn I just wrote out a prescription with Swiss lilac, because that is her favorite perfume." "Did you do it?" asked the lis tener. . ' r "Yes, I had to. 'I won't take the stuff if you' don't,' said she'. 'You won't take it if I do,' I said. 'You won't be" able .to.' It will be so nasty you can't swallow if.' ' "But' that argument never feared the woman. 'It is lilacs or nothing she said; Td rather die thari beinconsistent.' ; " ; : "So I gave her the lilacs. "It is queer; anyway," proceed ed the ddctoiy "about the' flavdr ing of medicine. I don't kadvy whether you know it or not,- but styles in fl'avdrin extracts used by druggists change with the sea sons the same as hats and coats and " dinner fable' 'decorations; Last spring" the majority of pre scriptions compounded tasted like sweet peas. Before that pepper mint was the favorite, now it is lavender. Peppermint, by the way, has its innmgs most frequently as a popular essence. There' are a good many people who don't like peppermint, but there are more who do, and it comes into favor about three times as often as any other essence. For one thing, it mixes with other ingredients more harmoniously than other ex tracts, and there are some doctors who are old-fashioned enough to stick to it year in and year out, no matter what their more up-to-date brethren may be using for a time. Fortunately, the flavor of a prescription has nothing to do with its efficacy, so if a doctor feels like it he can make a fool of himself, as I did just now, and sat isfy the whim of a fashionable pa tient by flavoring her uics with an essence that matches her per fumes without endangering her life. However, freak flavors are not calculated to make a disagree able drug more pleasant to the taste, and after a few experiments of that kind most doctors, at the request of the patients them selves,, go back to lavender and sweet peas and the ever reliable peppermint." BlnckVdg deal-Ti w,.l Corvallis Day. At lieU and Clark Pair, Portland, Oregon, Jinm ' i5, tickets will be Bo d as follows: R mnd trip, go and return eatne day, $; round trip, good for .even days, $2.60. ' Special trains richly decorated with 400 ft.- banners leave Corvallis at 6 a.m.; returning, leave Portland at 7 p. m.'; Fonr hnndrod c'lis' in bright tinirYrmi i;i hi u- Hii-.ial uucatiion, aud asi thii j C irVMll'H and Benton Oountv D iv, ve. v one whm-an should lay aside bui ttm i-art-B and g i and maKe our day the Red" letter !: t the Exposition. Purchase yur 'tickets the'dav before the excursion if p vmib e:i For furthpf infor mation call 6u ; J. E Fabmkr, Atnt S P. Co , v.. Corvallis. Lewis and Clark Exposition. , D iiiii'u tb" Li' is Hml Clark Expo i ".i.11 ilic S ifii.f-i 11 P.- iric Company will i"-ll round tii;; ti ket to Portland, limit tlii-iv HavH, at one and one-third fair for ronnii inji. For parties of ten or more tr.'vtiiiii! nn nt- iK'ki-i, one fre for the rouni trip bur in gHinzed parties of one hundred or iiiO , individual tickets at one luii- for iui 1 ' h. Stopovers of ten da vi ..ill j j KiV'-n at pottland on all one way ticket8 reaiting through that point duri' : tho expesition. Tickets must be depc- -i.ad -tith Joint Agent at Portland and cnai. of fifty vi'nin will be made for the extention of ti ie. .- - - 41-45 Notice to Creditors. Notice is hereby given that the underavned has been appointed executor with the will annexed ot the estate ot Khoda Taylor, deceased. All per sons having -claims against said estate are hereby required to present the same duly verified as by law requlral, to the undersigned afCorvalHa, Ore-' Roa.-wiuun six montos rrom una aace. . YfumkK. TATto;' Executor Date! this 5th day of May, IMS. .--M- SWtMW MWlMlllMl 1 11 -T-TTIS1SSIHSWMllliMIM Sl a. Th Kind You Have Always in use for over SO vears. '- and T&J&J&iS sonal supervision since Its infancy. - Hiinn nnstxluuiiniAn I. ma All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing: Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotie " substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys 'Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates tb Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. CENUINE CASTOR I A ALWYS s7 Bears the The Kind You to Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. "e caajiauB company. TV huhrav anwrr. New vork crrr. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. RU1L ARRIVES. 8:30 a. m. " Mail arrives by stage for Portland and all points North and East, also for California and points on S.P. 10 a. m. From Monroe by stage. 11:15 a. m. From Philomath and points West on C. & E. 12 m. From Portland and all points on the West Side. 1:30 p. m. From Albany and all points North on the S. P. Corvallis Rates to Over Southern Individual RATE.. One and one-third SALE DATES . . Daily from May 29th to Oct. 15th, 1905, limit. ...... .Thirty ds. but not 'Parties ot Ten or IVIore. For parties of ten or more from one point, (must travel together on one ticket both ways), party RATE. . . One fare for the round trip ) SALE .DATES. . Daily from May 29th td Oct. 15th, 1905. LIMIT........ Ten days. ) Organized Parties of 100 or More. For organized parties of one hundred or m6re moving on one .-i-.t ij' T. , 'it 1 . 1 jl - j. n aay irom one piace, muivtuua ucivtas win ue suiu as luiiuvvs. RATE.... . ;. One fare for the round' trip. SALE DATES.. Daily from May 29th to Oct. 15th, 1905. . J$2.6Q LIMIT. ;.'..'...Tcu Buys. (. ": Stopovers. No stopovers will be allowed on any of the above tickets; they must be used for continuous-passage in each direction. ; ' - For further information call on J. E. TARMER, W. E. CO MAN, Agent; Corvallis. Gen'lPas. Agt., Portlgnd. BafcSng Powder Saves Health The use of Royal Baking Powder is essential to the healthfulness of the family food. '" Yeast ferments the food, --j Alum baking-powders are mjurious. . Royal Baling; Powder; sayes; heaiU . . ROYAL tAKINft KWOEKOOC, N$W. YORK.. . , s Bought, and which has been naa borne the slenat-trrA . has been made tinder his nw. Signature of MAIL DEPARTS. 6 a. nt. For Albany and points East on the C & E., and for points North of Albany on the S. P. 10:30 a. m. For Albany and all points North and South on. the S. P. 12:30 p. m. For West Side points, Portland, and points North and East, also for points. West on the C. & E. f 2 p. m. For Monroe, Or. . 6:15 p. m. For Portland, Cali fornia, and points Norh, East and South. Lewis and Clark Fair Pacific Railroads. Tickets. fare for the round trip, $3.5Q later than Oct. 31. 1905, tickets will be if old as follows: $2.60 .