CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS t Fifteen words or less, 25 cts for three successive insertions, or 50 cts per Month; ferall up to and including teu additional wor.is, -ent a word for each insertion. For all advertisements over 25 words, 1 ct per word for the first insertion, and ct per word for each additional inser tion. Nothing inserted for less than 25 cents. Lodge, society and church notices, other than strictly news matter, will be chanted for. ,FOR SALE FOR SALE OR RENT -7-1? OOM house, barn and 12 lots in Wilkin's addition, known as the McCauBtland block. Ind. phono 7i3. S. H. Moore, Corvallia, Oregon. 52-61) SPAN OF DRAFT HORSES. WEIGHT . 3000, in good condition, and true pul lers. Inquire of L. R. Ray, Philomath, Or. 5361 FOR SALE 400 CORDS MAPLE AND ash wood, $3 and $3.50 per cord, de livered latter part of August. Leave OTders at Abbott's feed barn. Norwood Trading Co., Bruce, Or. 4268 CORD WOOD FOR SALF. CALL DP No 1 phone, P. A. Kline lite. P. A. KUNE. 42i f. CAMERAS. KODAKS, KODAK SUP plies, a good dark room in the store, a Graham A Wells. 40tf PAINTS, OILS. VARNISHES, GLASS, Brushes, full stock of all painters' Sup plies, at Graham & Wells. 40U NEW TIRES PUT ON BABY BUG- gits and go-carts, at Dilley& Arnold's ALL LATE POPULAR SHEET MU sic. Guitars. Mandolins, Violins, Ac cordeons. Harmonicas, Musical Goods, coirect cricPF. Call aod see them at Graham & Wells, Corvallis, Or. 40tl ATTORNEYS W. E. Yates. ;Bert Yatep, YATES & YATES, Law, AbstractiLg and Insuran Both Phones. Corvallia, Oregon E. R. BRYSON ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in Post Office Building, Corval iis, Oregon. J. F. YATES, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Office First National Bank Buildine. Only set of abstracts in Benton County JOSEPH H. WILSON, ATTORN KY-at-Law. Notary, Titles, ConveyaLc ing. Practice in all State and Fedcr. Courts. Office in Burnett Buildine. MEDICAL. PURE FRESH DRUGS AND MEDI cines, some bought direct from the fac tory; Perfumery, Rubber Goods, Combs, Brushes, Stationery, Books, School Supplies, Druggists' Sundries everj thing found in a first-class drug store, at Graham & Wells, Corvallis, Oregon. 40tf AUCTIONEER P A KLINE. LTVE STOCK ATJCTION- eer, Corvallis, Or. P. A. Kline Line, Phone No. 1. P. . address. Box 11. Pays highest prices for all kinds ol live stock. Twenty years' experience. Satisfaction guaranteed. WOODSAWING. NEW GASOLINE WOODSAW ALL orders tdven prompt attention ; short notice orders solicited. Good work as chrnrt as nivbodv. W. R. HassBia Ind. uhone 835. 44tf. WOOD SAWING ALL CALLS promptly and satisfactorily attended. Livincr Drices and eood work. ' GasO' lene eneine. See W. E: Boddy, Ind. phone 351. 37U LAND AGENTS. when it comes; rro BUYING lands, new-comers in this county will make no mistake in consulting James Lewis. Mr. Lewis has been in Benton for 30 vears and not only Knows the county bin the entire valley. He Iimp - bpen actively engaged in selling snd buvinn live stock and real estate all ol Ethis time and naturally bis judg ment is sound. He knows soils end values. His knowledge is worth money to anybody desiring correct and sinceie information. BANKING. THE FIRST --ITATIONAE BANK OF Corvallis. Oregon, does a general, con servative banking business. It guarded safelv 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 bom and raised in Ben ton County, except one, and that mem ber has resided in the county forty-six vears. The business history of each is as an open book before the people of- tne county, ixrans to customers guiiuu ed, properly secured. 40tf W ANTE i ntiO SUBSURIbEKSTOTUK Gazette and Weekly Oregonian at $2.55 per year. . DENTISTS E. ri l'AYL R, DENTIST. 1 PAIS- lesH cxt-action. In Zierolf building Opp. Post Orfi :e. Corvallis, Oregon. oTAGE LINE. PHILOMATH AND vLSEA STAGE StMK" leaves Alsea 6:30 a.m.; arrives Philemath at 12 m; leaves Philo math I p. m., arrives at Alsea 6:30 p. m. All persons wishing to go or return from Alsea and points west can he accomodated at any time. Fare to Alsea $1 0 i Round trip same day $2 00. M 8. RlOiK AD. PHYSICIANS! DE ETTE JONES Trained nurse; massage a specialty. Phone 334. 57tf B. A. OATHEY, M. D., PHYSICIAN and Surgeon. Rooms 14, Bank Build ing Office Hours : 10 to 12 a. m , 2 to I p. m . Residence : cor. 5th and Ad ams Sts Telephone at office and res idence Oorvallis, Oregon. !. H. fCEWTH, M. D., PHYSICIAN and Surgeon, Office an A 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. MISCELL N LEWIS AND CLARK FAIR CAMPING grounds, overloouing city and Esposi tion. Address Park Co., 540 Jackson St., Portland. Or. 52-60 ELASTIC PULP PLASTER. NO SAND. NO ume. Fire Proof Water Proof WILL FALL OFF 1 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 & CC.'Agts., Corvallis. Administrator's Sale of Real Pr perty. In the matter of the Estate of William Kriens. Deceased Notice is hereby jnven that undrr and pursuant to an order of sale made by the Countj Court of the State of Oregon for Benton County on the 3rd day of July, 1905, m the aoove-entitiea matter, tne un dersigned administrator of said estate of William Kriens, deceased, will from and after Friday, the 4th day of August, 1903, proceed to sell at private sale to the highest bidder for cash in hand, subject to confirmation by said Court, all the. following de scribed real property, towit: The north halt ox the tract or land described as follows: Beginning at the SK corner of D. L. O. of C. P. Blair, CI No 57, Sees 25, 26, 35 and 80. T 12 S, R 6 W Will Mer, thence run N 43 chains to the NE corner of said CI, tiience W along N boundary line of said CI 18:60 chains', thence S 43 chains to southern boundary of said claim, thence 18 60 chains to place ot beginning, containing 40 acres, in Benton county, Oregon. Said sale is made for the purpose of paying claims against said estate, and the charges and expenses of. administration. Dated this July 7, 1905. W. E. YATES, Administrator of Estate of William Kriens, Dec'd. Notice For Publication. - United States Land Office, 1 Portland, Oregon. July 7, 1905. Notice is hereby eiven that in comDliance -with the provisions of the act of Congress of June 3, 1 878, entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands in the States of California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington Territory," as extended to all the Public Land States by act of August 4, 1892, , EUSENE BOGEKT, of Monmouth, county of Polk, State of Oregon, has this aay mea in tnis omce nis sworn state ment No. 6584, for the purchase of the E. of 8. W. J & W i of S. K. i of Section No. 18 in Township No. 13 South, .Range No. 6 West, and will offer proof to show that the land sought is more valuable for itB timber or stone than for agricultural purposes. and to establish his claim to said land before Regis. ter ana tteceiver at -ortiana, uregon, on Tuesday, the 19th day of September, 1905. He names as witnesses: Charles H. Newman, Wil lard Church, Philip H. Johnson, Ernest K. Allen, all of Monmoth, Oregon. Any and all persons claiming adversely tne aoove described lands are requested to file their claims in this office on or before said 19th day of September ii. ALGERNON S. DRESSER, Register. Pneumonia follows La Grips but nevor follows ths uss of FOLEY'S Honey Tar It stopa ths Cough and heala ths lungs. Prevent Pneumonia and Coniomptlon. Ha. Ck Yxsxwm, of 157 Osgood 8 Ctteaa vxton fca scrippnlIsttu Bh Y tat ham FOHYSmBIIEYCUKE Hakes Kidneys and Bladder Blast ORIGINALITY IS A POWER. By Fostering This Characteristic One ' Hay Attain Great Things in Life. There are a thousand people who will do faithfully what they are told to one who can lay out a programme or execute it; a thou sand who can only follow to one who can lead. It is a rare thing to find a young man who has the power of accomplishment, the ability to put a thing through with the force of originality, says Ori son Swett Harden, in Success. Whatever your work in life, do not follow others. Do not imi tate. Do not do things just as everybody else has done them be fore, but in new, ingenious ways. Show the people in your specialty that precedents do not cut much of a figure with you, and that you will make your own programme. Resolve that, whether you accom plish much or little in the world, it shall be original your own. Do not be afraid to assert yourself in an original way. Originality is power, life; imitation is death. Do not be afraid to let yourself out. You grow by being original, never by copying; by leading, nev er by following. Resolve that you will be a man of ideas, always on the lookout for improvement. Think to some purpose. There is always a place for an original man. There is. nothing else which will kill the creative faculty and para lyze growth more quickly than fol lowing precedents in everything, and doing everything in the sarin old way. -1 have known progres sive young men to stop growing, become hopelessly rutty, and lose all their progressiveness by goinc into their fathers' stores, fac tories or places of business, where everything was done in the same old-fashioned way, and prece dents were followed in everything. They lost all expansiveness. There was no motive for reaching out for the new and original, be cause their fathers would not change; and I have seen these splendid fellows, who might have become great and grand men, shrivel to pygmies in their fa thers' ruts. . How many of our business houses are weighted down with machinery, old, antiquated meth ods, ponderous bookkeeping, and out-of-date appliances, when new devices, or new methods, with short-cut way of doing things, would enable them to economize greatly on room and get along with less help; but they cling to the old with a fatal tenacity. This is why so many old con cerns, which have been strong and powerful for generations gradually shrink, shrivel, get into ruts, and fail, while their newer competitors, the bright young men who have gone out from these houses, do things in a new way, adopt up-to-date methods, keep up with the times, and go on to greater success. ' WOMEN WASTE VITAL FORCE Fair Sex Loses Much Nervous Energy Through Errors Which Might Easily Be Avoided. Women (according to a lady doctor) lose much nervous force through errors which might be easily avoided. One notable instance is seen in their manner of walking. Many women have an uneven gait, a nervous, jerky step that jars the whoU? body and keeps most of the muscles tense and drawn. A good way of correcting a bad walk is to carry a waltz tune in the mind, and keep step to it as far as possible without actually dancing. After a time the walk wii! become reo-ulnr and, the habit once fonni d, there is no occasion of continuing the device of keeping step to a tune. Women lose much of their vital ity in needless excitement and in misplaced sympathies. Their emotions are easily drawn upon, and instead of reserving 'their powers for important occasions, they dissipate them on the small est provocation. The remedy here is to practice self-control. It is one of the finest of nerve tonics. Chinese Cotton Kills. Thirteen-hours and a half con stitute the working day of a Chi nese mill hand in the ' cotton fac tories, night shifts working but ten hours. In spite of i the long hours the pay is very small, the best workers receiving but 12 cents a day. - . SQUIRREL IS A CRIMINAL. Little Rodent Declared to Be a Thief and a Murderer by Nature Student. I wish to take away for all time the character of the squirrel, says Josef Brunner, in Country Life. He is a thief and a murderer. Ad-; mired by ignorant city people and by journalists, he devotes his life to eating the eggs and killing the young of harmless and useful birds, which, if permitted to live and increase, would protect the forests from harmful insects. Bv killing, these birds,, the squirrel talies rank as a forest destroyer. Moreover, the red squirrel is not tne oniy smner. in my opinion the gray is almost, if not quite, as bad. I have killed many squirrels caught in the act of eating eggs or young birds. Any bird that se lects a nesting place which is also adapted to the use of squirrels is almost certain to be ejected. When a forest has been destroyed by fires, lumbermen or insects, it is almost impossible for natural reforesting to take place if squir rels are abundant in an adjoining tract, because they eat the seeds. Fifty seeds per, head each day would be alow estimate. Yet even this would make 18,250 in a year. And seeds are not the only thing. In winter the ground is often strewn with twigs that have bee a stripped of buds by squirrels. The trees attacked are generally situ ated at the border of a dense for est, and would, if left alone, yield the Greatest seed cron. A sinp-lo squirrel thus destroys in one day thousands of seeds in the germ. In Montana I have seen the grays rob birds' nests. Plumbing and ? Cornice, Koofing, Gutterir.r, snfi all kinds of Sheet Metfl Work. F. A. Hencye In connection with J. H. SIMPSON S "HAKDWAK.E STORE. Registration of Land Title. In the'Circuit Courtluf the State of Oregon for Beiiton county. In the matter of the Application of P. P. Tram aid J. It. wn.tney. Aiip.icauta and riaintiffs, to register the title to the North half; the Southeast quarter; and and the North half of th Southwest quar ter of .Section 27; at d the Jiorth hall; the Southeast quarter; and the East half cf the Soutl-wrst quarter of K.-ction 33; all in Townsl.ip Hi South, Kanye 7 West of the Willan ttte Iferidiau in Bti.ton Courty. Oregon; vs. "" J. A Bo'.tger. Sol. Kinar md The Cwst Land i Live Stock ct nipany, a corporation. Defendants. To all whom it may concern, Tke notice: That on the V7 day of .lutie. A. D., lfoT. an p-. plication i fled hy sid S. S. lrnin and J E hitney. in he Circuit t'ourt of Kenton Cent tv, Or-ffon, for initial registration of the t;.tfle f 1 tie lprd above ,ie i-iibed. Now, unit'?, you appear on or befo re tl e ff'tb y of July, . !'..'lc5, aud shi w cause inch .,- p ioation i-l not be granted, te saute v'U ' ? taken vs c" fcss-eJ. and a decree will he entered ac cording t" he prayer of the an licatioc, aud jou will be foreier baired from disputing the same, fseal Percy K.' Kelly, VICTOR r. MOSES, Applicant's Attorney. Clerk. F. TJed to Starve. B. F. Leek, of Concord, Kv., (.ajs: "For 2J ears I Buffered agonies, with a ore on n v t-rr"- lip. t8 painful some time. tliV lioniii not eat.' After vain ly trvinu everything else. I cured it with Buckler's Ari'ica Salve." It's great for lum p, cuts and wounds. At Allen & Wood ard's drug store; only 25c. Registration ofLand Title. In the Circuit Court of the State of Oresron for Benton coun'y. In the matter of the Application of E. M. Howell and T. C. Howell, Applicants and Plaintiffs, to reffister the title to the east half of the east half of section 5; the north half, and the southeast quarter of section 15; -: thft south half, and the south half of the northwest quarter of section 17; the north- east quarter, and the east half of the north west quarter, and the northwest quarter of the northwest quarter of section 21; all in township ll'sonth. range 7 west, of the Wil lamette Meridian, in Benton county, Oregou. and containing 1317 acres, TL O. M. Giddin gs. Defendant To all whom It may concern. Take notice: That t.h lit', dn.v of .Tune. A D.. 1915. an pp- T,ii..,inn w filed hvsBid E. M Howelland T. C Howell, in the Circuit Court of Benton county, Ore gon, for initial registration of the title of the land above described. . ' Now unless you appear on or before the 19th .cAfjuiv a n tflrf and show cause why such application shall not be granted, the same will be taken as confessed, and a decree will be enter. d ac- cordine to the prayer ol tne application, iu juu will be forever barred from disputingthe same. Witness mv hand and the seal of said Circuit Court of Benton county, Oregon, hereunto affixed this Utb day of June, A. B., lSK'ft seal VICTOR P. MOSES, County Clerk and Ex-Omcio Clerk of the Circuit Court of the State of "rfgon for Benton county. Ske Tried Five Doctors. Mrs. Frances L. Sales, of Missouri Val ley, la., writes : ''I have been afflicted with kidney trouble five years ; had se vere pains in my back and a frequent de sire to urinate. When riding I experi enced much pain over the region of the i.:ja., T trior! fivn nhvRirtians without jkiuiicyo. i j - f benefit and then concluded to try Foley.e Kidney Cure. . After taking three $1 bot tles I was completely cored." Soldjby Graham & wortham. . ' i IgM-MragJ m Tot Infants and Children. ! SffisK; 'I:; TIL It' J if :pilM1lfll Tine Rinn iou nave ijBtel Always Bought -; I similatingthcFoodandBegula- II ff togfoeStomachsanABovvelsof f BeaiS tlie - i; Signature Aw I Promotes Digestion-Cheerfur- i jf t W I nessandRestJContainsneilher ffl nr ff Jf Iupium,Morpiune norpunerai. -m wa imii IfOXlAIlCOTIC. If &LWH Jdeapc afOldfirSAMUTLPtTCHER Jl tr w-w- . - II Iff. I -wa- i m a lTli in filCartoruMJhjB I ml I II ' mmStd-- I 1 1 1 1 J 1 &m,. ) : X iiqq I Aperfect Remedy forConslipa- ; I y "wu lion, Sour Stotnach.Diarrhoea a I . Ik Worms .Convulsions .Feverish- 1 I Vr Ciih fliiftM ! nessandLossoFSUER rui UVul Far. Simile Signature of 1 Thirty Years -. ; , irrri-fr-nr.1 . , B tTirtaaTiwwfiMMiMininiiMifjiiMBia ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. KAIL ARRIVES. 8:30 a. m. Mail arrives by stage for Portland and all points North and Bast, also for California arid points on S.P. 10 a. Iff. 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. CorvaEEis Rates to Over Southern Individual Tickets. RATE One and one-third fare for the round trip. ) SALE DATES.. Daily from May 29th to Oct. 15th, 1905. 3Q.QJ limit Thirty ds. but 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. ) A A SALE BATES. . Daily from May 29th to Oct. 15th, 1S05. S2.60 UR3IT ...Ten days. ) Organized Parties of 100 cr JVIore. For organized parties of one hundred or more moving on one day from one place, individual tickets will be sold as follows: i RATE. .One fare for the round trip. (tri r SALE DATES. . Daily fromiMay 2Sth to Oct. 15th, 1905 iS2.60 LIMIT........ Ten Days. ( . Stcpcvers. No stopovers will be allowed on any of the abovel tickets; they must be used for continuous passage in each direction.; For further information call on J. E. FARMER, W. E. COMAIM, Agent, Corvallis. Gen'l Pas. Agt., Portland. Menkes With Royal Baking Powder there is no mixing with the hands, no sweat of the brow. Perfect cleanliness, greatest facility, sweet, clean, healthful food. Full instructions in the "Royal Baker and Pastry Cook" book' for making all. kinds of bread, biscuit and cake with Royal. Baking Powder. : Gratis to any address. ROYAL BAKINO POWDEB CO., 'M WILUAM 6T, NEW YORK. 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 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. 2 p. m. For Monroe, On 6:15 p. m. . For Portland, Cali fornia, and points North, East and South. Lewis and CEark Fair Pacific Railroads.