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FCm RALE OR RENT- 7-ROOM
house barn and 12 lots in Wilkin's
addition, known as the McCaustland
block. Ind. phono 7l3. S. H. Moore
Corvallis, Oregon.' " 52-60
ONE WOODSAW AND JACK, $25;
two rood farm- wagons, $25 , two good
covered hacks, $35 and $50; new bag-
irv and new harness. 165. Every kind
farm implements on hand. It don't
matter what vou want come to the
Emnlnvritinnt Office and save money.
H. M. Stonb. -- 44-52
FOR SALE 400 CORDS MAPLE AND
ash wood, $3 and $3.50 per cord, de
. liverert latter part of August. Leave
orders at Abbotts feed barn. Norwood
Tradimt Co.. Bruce, Or. 42-68
CORD WOOD FOR SALF. CALL UP
No 1 phone, P. A. Kline hue.
P. A. Kunb.
"STORIES OF OLD OREGON," BY
6. A. Waggoner, will be found on
sale at J. F. Allen's, Corvallis, Or.
. , . - .... 4ltf.
CAMERAS. KODAKS. KODAK SUP-
plies, a good dark room in the store, at
Uraham A Wells. i
PAINTS. OILS, VARNISHES, GLASS,
Brushes, fml stock of all painters' Sup
plies, at Graham & Wei's. 40tf
NEW TIRES PUT ON BABY BUG-
gies and go-carts, at Dilley & Arnold's.
ALL LATE POPULAR SHEET MU
sic Guitars. Mandolins.. Violins, Ac-
cordeons. Harmonicas, Musical Goods,
" coirect prices: Call aod see them at
Graham & Wells, Corvallis, Or. 40 tf
W. E. Yates. ' V Bert Yates.
YATES St YATES,;
Law, Abetractitg and Insurance.
Both Phones. ' Corvallis, Oregon.
E. R. BRYSON ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office in Post Office Building, Corval
... lis, Oregon. - "
J. F. YATES, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Office First National Bank Building.
,nly set of abstracts in Benton County
JOSEPH H. WILSON, ATTORN EY-at-Law.
Notary, Titles, Conveyanc
ing. Practice in all State and Federal
Courts. Office in Burnett Building. :
PURE FRESH DRUGS AND MEDI
cines, some bought direct from the fac
tory ; Perfumery, Rubber Goodp,
Combs, Brushes, Stationery, Books,
School Supplies, Druggists' Sundries,
ever thing found in a first-class drug
store, at Graham & Wells, Corvallis,
Oregon. . .- 40 tf
P A KLINE, LIVE STOCK AUCTION
eer, Corvallis, Or. ; P. A. Kline Line,
Phone No. 1. P. O. address. Box 1L
Pays highest prices for all kinds of
livestock. Twenty years' experience.
. Satisfaction guaranteed; , -
NEW GASOLINE WQOPSAW-ALL
Arffpre jtJVcn rtefflpt alte'-iiou; ouwi.
notie orders solicited. - Good work,
as cheap as anybody. W. R. Hassell,
Ind. phone 835. v : 44tf
WOOD SAWING ALL CALLS
promptly and satisfactorily attended.
Living prices and good work. . Gaso
lene engine.. See W. EJBoddy. Ind.
phone 351. -.. 37U
When it comes to buying
laads. new-comers in this- county will
make ne mistake in consulting James
, Lewis. Mr. Lewis has been in Benton
for 30 veara and not only knows the
county bur. the entire valley. He has
Vjpeu actively engaged in telling and
. buying live stock and real estate all oi
tbia time and naturally his lodg
ment is sound. He knows Boils and
valnes. His knowledge is worth money
. to anybody desiiingcorre tand sincere
information . zo-U
, fl. M. STONE. REAL ESTATE AND
Intellieence office After 42 "years in
Benton and Linn counties. I feel iusti
' fled in coming before the home-saekers
of Oregon, and feel that I am com-
. petent to locate all such as wish, to
buy homes here, with judgment and
competency. Hot 27 years l was a
bridee bniider In Benton. Lane. Polk,
Yamhill and Linn counties.1 I have
- Trorertv in the above aamed counties
to sell, and am thoroughly conversant
' with the same. I - ask no exclusive
right of sale and unless property is
sold 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,
Office. South Main street. Corvallis,
. Oregon. Office phone 378Lres. phone
TO RENT 6-ROOM HOUSlS. WITH
bath, attractive yard, small barn. .In
quire this office. -. i-. 51 tf-
WASTED 600 SUBSCRIBERS TO THE
GazxttB and Weekly - Oregonian at
$2.55 per year. :y:-,','
E. H TAYL Rt DENTIST. -." PAIN
les8 extraction fa Zierolf building
Opp Post Otfl -e.-typrvatlis. Oregon.
PHILOMATH AND LSEA STAGE
Stage 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 $1.0 1 Round trip same dav $2 00.
' MB RlCKABD.V
B. A. 0ATHEY. M. D., PHYSICIAN
and Surgeon. Rooms 14, Bank Build
ing. Office Hours: 10 to 12 a. m , 2 to
I p. m. Residence: cor; 6th and Ad'
ams Sts. Telephone at office and res
tdence. ; . ? Oorvallis. Oregon
0. H. KEWTH, M. D., PHYSICIAN
. and Surgeon, Office am?. Residence, on
'.. Main street, Philomath, Oregon.
R. D. BURGESS. M. D.
Office over Blackledge Furniture Store.
Office hours: 10 to 12 and 3 to 5. .
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
Corvallis, Oregon, does a general, con
servative banking business. It guarded
palely 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'
ber has resided in the county forty-six
years, lue business history ot each
;ris as an open book before the people.of
the county. . Loans to customers solicit
ed, properly secured. - - 40tf
LEWIS AND CLARK FAIR CAMPING
v grounds, overlooking city and Exposi
tion. Address Park Co., 540 Jackson
: St., Portland. Or. - 52-60
Eire Proof) .
Just the Thing for Hop-Driers.
'Write for Catalogue.
Pacific Pulp Plaster Co.
PHONE MAIN 2362,' '
517-521, Chamber of Commerce,
PORTLAND, OREGON, r
R. M. WADE S CO., Agts.r Corvallis.
Notice to Property Owners of Pro
p posed Street Improvement.
Xotioe is herby trlveh thai th Common
19(W. imnrove the following -parts of tne tol-
lowlog-uamed streets, as follows., by placing
as near the center as practicable a layer of
gravel as follows, one cubic Tara to eaen nve
and one-half lineal feet, said gravel to be
spread six feet In width. - And that the cost of
making: saia improvement uiuiuuiug tue civreei
squares shall be paid for by the property ad
jaceut to and benefitted by said improvement
van Jill re 11 atrevi. iniia- iuq wesii siue vi
12thr street westerly to the east side of-county
road leading past the West side of Wilkins
Aaamon to ine uity oi wrvaiiis. z " '
. Harrison street from the west side of 4th
street westerly to the east side- of railroad
track on 9th street "
- Madison street from west siae ot sin street
westerly to the east side of railroad track on
9th street. 1
South street from the renter of 9tn street
or road known, as the .county read leading
from Oorvallis to the Polk county-line wester
ly to thceaat side of county road leading past
the west side of Jobs Addition to the City of
Oak street from the -renter Of Jenerson
stn-et southerly to the norths side of railroad
track hading from Crva!lis to Poilomath.
- oak street Irom- tne Bontneiae oi rauroaa
track leadiue from Corvallis to Philomath
southerlv to the north side of couuty road
leading from Corvallis to Philomath.
To the owners of the property adjacent to
and subject to assessment for the improve
ment of thr above-named parts' of the above
named streets, .you are required if you have
any objection to the proposed improvements to
objections in writing Vith the police
judge within twenty days
of June. 1005, said date being the-final pubhea
from tne inn uay
tinn nf this nntinn
' Given under my hai.d and seal of the city of
CorvalUs thin 16th day of June, 1905. '-
E. P. GREFFOZ,
, Police Judge of the City of Corvallis-
- Huge Ttt-s: -,
It was a huge task, to undertake the
care of sauh a bad case of kidney dis
ease, as that ef 0. F. Collier, of Chero
kee, Iowa, but. Electric Bitters did it.
He writes: - "My kidneys were so far
gone, I could not tit on a chair without
a cushion; and suffered from dreadful
backache, headache, ani - depression.
In Electric Bitters, however, I found a
cure, and by them was restored to per
fect health. - I recommend this great
tonic medicine to all with weak kid
neys, liver or stomach. Guaranteed by
lien Woodward, druggist; price 60c
BITS OT PARIS ETK1UETTE.
Manual Has Just Been Issued
Prance to Guide Both Hen
- and Women.
v How one oaght to behave in po-.
lite society is always an interest
ing topic,, and even if we know all
about it it is worth while to lieai
what the latest mentor has to saj
on this score. 'The Etiquette ol
Politeness and the Usages of Mod'
ern Society in all the Circumstafi
ces of Life" is the ponderous tklt
of a bulky volume issued in Paris
on this entertaining subject.
As an index to the behavior ol
French women and French nen ii
is significant to note that young
wives are counseled to . banisl
from their dwelling the "dan-ar
ous visitor," giving him to under
stand that "you . can; never bt
anything: more , to him than i
stranger.'' Young men who think
they look" well on horsebacl
should meditate this sage advice
"If you are not .an experienced
equestrian, do not accompany th
ladies to hounds." -v..:
."Men who have attained a cer
tain age are told that they maj,
"embrace little girls on the fore
head before their confirmation. Ut
till that period it is a paternal ca
ress, but after that it is wise to ab
stain." Presumably after confir
mation the little girls begin to de
yelop a a preference f or pthei
than paternal caresses. One
would have thought that in a coun
try where men were so proverbial
ly gallant it would not have beer
nec essary to warn them that it is
np t ''correct to stand With theii
back to the fire, leaning on the
mantelpiece.'! : ."- -
But the counsel is there, and ii
i gravely added: : "By so doing'
vou deprive others of the comfort
tig heat which you monopolize.'
' The husband," we learn, "ir
speaking of his wife says: llj
v ife,'- but' he must not say to her
Is not so, my wife' Neithei
aust 'the wife address her hus
band in this fashion."
WILL OF A PATRIOTIC MAN
Hoboken, N. J., "Resident "Leaves
- Large Share of Cash to Pay on
: . the National Debt,
No stranger or more interest
ing will has ever been made than
f-hat: by which Joseph EL Lewis
of Hoboken, N. J. left the larger
share f his money to the United
states to be used toward the pay
ment of the national debt. He
;as 87 years old and lived alone
ith an old housekeeper. He was
orn of English parents on' the
-'and of Jamaica, bnt ; came to
Ms country when only a small
iy.- Hei enlisted in the war of
31? and forever " after was the
Atanchest of patriots.: By trade he
yas an engraver and had a little
i jop near Trinity churchy where
n:'.ny of the fashionable weddin.
nrds were engraved, as were tin
'Or plates of the rich. In that
the door plate was a most
; : tportant adjunct to the front of
c. Lous, arid Lewis did a thriving
trade ia engraving them. r
Though he retired from : busi
ness at an early date, his compe
tence was so invested during the
--emainder of the vears of bl
yiat atriiio ueatil w-taiB.
- as rained at over Sl.OOO.OOO.
'!'d many plans for the final
-retribution 6t - his fortune, bu
rone of them pleased, him as did
.c idea of leaving it to his coun
ry. He often told his friends that
lie had made his money in 'this
country and all that he was he
'vod to the United States.: For
J!,at reason he wished- to repay
fs indebtedness as best he could.
ith the exception of a feW small
bc'iuests. the- entire fortune of
tl is patriotic man was turned
tover to the United States govern
ment. Called the Turn. ,
The elderly maiden had recent
ly inherited a 640-acrefarm.-
Later a man from an adjoining
village appeared upon the scene;
"Will you i be my wife,?", he
asked. ."I love you with my whole
heart."' " - '
"For the land's sake!" exclaimed
the giddy old girl. Chicago Daily
News.- . . '
I An Oddity. -Wife
The woman who recent
ly "moved next door is certainly an
oddity.' y " ' "
Husband How's that? 5 j -;
"Why, she doesn't belong to a
single society for the prevention
of anything!" Chicago Daily
WOMEN WHO -'MNVESTlGATr
'insincerity Ia Supreme Fault of Bom
- Who Look for Positions, But
ITever Take On.
When the woman in the brown
walking suit had left the room,
relates the New York Press,-the
man at the desk by the window
"Bright-appearing woman, that.
I hope you hired her."
"Well, I didn't," said big part
"Because she didn't want to be
hired." - j
"Then what did she answer o.ur
advertisement for?", - '
"You tell me and I'll tell yon,"
was the.enigmatie reply. "Whydo
any of those people that don't real
ly want a job go around looking for
one? A lot' of them do: , I suppose
that the different women "who
make a fad of answering adver
tisements; found in the help
wanted column are actuated by
different motives. Possibly some
of therh really think they would
like a situation, but when they get
inside a business office and gain
some idea of the amount of work
to be done they back out. . ,
"Then there is another class of
insincere investigators. They
drive a hard worked business man
clear up to the brink of strong
drink and sometimes right over it.
They . are the women ,who belong
to freak societies organized for the
purpose of improving mankind.
Usually they begin on the man who
has advertised for a clerk or a
stenographer. They think he is a
"bad lot, and in order to find out
just how infamous he can be they
mswer his advertisement. In that
way they find out what wages he
pays and the degree of respect ac
corded to the prospective employe.
Afterward they scorch him in a
club paper. I have furnished copy
three times, and I expect I'll be
written up. again. I' think that
woman who just went out was
looking for material."
Theman at the desk by the win
dow was clearly perplexed. . '
"What a queer fad," he said.
That of the United States Has Been
Going- Slowly Westward for --
Several Decades. -
The "center of population" ' of
the United States, as fixed under
each federal census, travels slow
ly westward, and is bow a little
north of the valley of the Ohio riv
er, and has been for several dec
ades in southern Indiana, says the
Washington: Post. The present
center of negro population, how
ever, as fixed by the same bureau,
is now at DeKalb county, Ala
bama, on the Georgia border, a
few miles south of Tennessee.
That is, while the center of white
population moves: westward, that
of the negro population moves
steadily southwest, arid has beeii
doing so for more than 100 years,
having tra veled through Virginia,
North Carolina and Georgia in
turn, and now having crossed to
Alabama. The divergence be
tween "? the- two centers . grows
greafer" with each decade. At the
close, of the reconstruction period
it ttSs expe-oite Ly many - people
that there would be a vast influx
of, 'southern negroes into - the
north, until the whole west would
be overrun with refugees from
the southern- plantations. - Actu?
ally, through the nt tural operation
of the jaw of- selection, the negro
population gravitates toward the-
Gulf of Mexico, and particularly
to the cotton raising'states. The"
colored population of Maryland,
Kentucky and Missouri, border
states, is not increasing consider
ably. -Instead of coming nearer
together the two races seem to be
getting further apart.
. - A Personal Hemark.
"No, madam," said the ladies
tailor, "I can't, take a penny off
the price of that coat. The figure
I quoted just now is the lowest pos
"But," protested Miss Bargen,
"as I told you, I figure that it
can " . '
"Madam, your figure is simply
"Sir ! ! !" Philadelphia Press.
'-:::J' - ' ' " , - y-K X
-' The Collector. " w
- G'oodley Why don't yon go to
" Beggar I am workin'. I'm a
collector o' rare coins. ,
Goodley But a nickel is not a
rare coxa. - r
Beggar It is to me. Philadel
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II . n"j- it " .
1 II I
Acgetable Prcparalionfor As
ting the Stomachs aralBowels of
UKu ui itb:ii iu 5H
ness and Rest.Contains neilher
J r - - - rm
Aperfed Remedy forConslipa
Tion, Sour Stomaeh.Diarrhoea
and Loss of Sleep.
- FacSinule Signature of .
NEW "YD UK.
EXACT C0y OF WRAPPER.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
, MAIL ARRIVES. -8:30
a. m. Mail arrives by stage
for Portland and all points
. . North and East, also for
10 a. m. From Monroe by stage.
HAS a. m. From Philomath and
points West on C. & E-
12 m. From Portland and all
points on the West Side.
t30 p. m. From Albany and all
points North on thesr P.
Corvallis Rates to '
RATE . . . . One and one-third fare for t,he round trip. ) '"'-J
SALE DATES, .Daily fromMay 29th to Oct. 15th, 1905. 23.0O
LIMIT... . .. . .Thirtv ds. hut not later than Oct. 31. 1905.
Parties ot 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:
RATE One fare for the round trip. )
SALE DATES . Daily from May 29th to Oct. 15th, 1905. V $2.60
UMIT....T... Tendavs. - S
Prganized Parties of 100 or More.
For organized parties of one hundred or4inoretLmovinff on one
day from one placer individual
RATE.".. ..'...One fare for the round trip. : ; ittr nn.
SALE DATES;. Daily from May 29th to Oct. 15th, 1905 JZ.uO
LIMIT... Ten Days. , - (.
:yr::-y . Stopovers.
No storjovers will be allowed on any of the Tabove! tickets: they
must be used for continuous passage in each direction.
For further information call on
W. E. COMAN,
Gsn'l Pas. Agt.,
NJtice to Cred t .r.
Notice if) bfrebv jriven that the nndtr-'Ubwl has
injen atoiMtiU vxtxutor with the will uiinexud of
the est tte of hhoda layloc. deeeased. - Ail yer
Hons having clatniA against saM estate are hereby
required t prenent Tire anie lu.y veriiitia ut( D
law requir.il. lu the onderdiifiie! atCorvaliU. ort-
toD, within six mufitha from thm ilate. -
WALTB& K . I Y1R. MWIOT
Dated thjs Svb ot aiay, v&.
Pneumonia follows La Orlppo
but never follows the uee of
Cm KWO Honey
I ULt.1 a and Tor
Xtttopi the Gongh and heals the long
PrarsaU Fneunoida and GoBranpttea.
Ka. & Taasxa.UT Osgood Bs. Ghteu
wtttHi "Mt wtto baa tecrispeiaaUMklua
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
aomrun. New yohk orrr.
MAIL DEPARTS. -
6 a. m. 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 or
12:30 p. m. For West Side poin ts,
- Portland, and points North,
and East, also for points
Weston the C. & E.
2 p. m. For Monroe, Or.
6:15 p. m. For Portland, Cali
fornia, and points North,
East and South. - .
Lewis and Clark Fair
tickets will be sold as follows:
J. E. FARMER,
Registration of Liind Title.
Ia the Cis ca t Court of the 8 ate of C rron for
n the matter oi the Application of b. M.
Howell and T, C. Howell, iilieuitg and
' Plaiill&i, to refrister the title to tlie east
half of the east half of section 5; the north
half, and tbe southeast quarter nf section 15;
the outh hiiif, nd UieMuih half of the
northwest q-iarter of section 17; the north- r .
east quarter, and the east half of the north-
- west quarter, and the porthwext quarter of '
the northwest Quarter of section 21: all in...
township 11 sonth, rantre 7 west of the Wil
lamette Mendian. in Benton county, urefon.
and containiofr 1317 acres," ..
- TS.- ' - - .-
C. M. Giddings, Defendant. - Upamti
J - irt W
- : THSCCtmum
. to all whom it may concern, laiie nonce: vHwm
That on tbe 14t day of June, A. D., 19fc&, an ap
plication was filed by said E. M. Howell and T. C
Howell, in the Circuit Court of Benton county, Ore
fron, for initial registration of the title of the land,
above described. ' -
Now unless yon appear on or before the 19th
day of July, A. D., 1905, and show cause why such
application shall not be granted, the same will be
taken as confessed, and a decree will be entered ac
cording to 'the prayer ot the application, and yoa
will be forever barred from disputing- the same.
Witness my hand and the seal of said Circuit
Court ot Benton county, Oregon, hereunto affixed
this 14th day ot June, A. . , 1905. -SKAU
VICTOR P. MOSES,
County Clerk and lEx-Ofhcto Clerk ot the Circuit
Court of tbe State ol Orege tec Benton eoua7