IHf MM GAElTh Published Tuesdays and Fridays by Gazette Publishing Company. Tlie sur-s.riiptlon pnm of the Gazette f r sevtr.il veins has iieeu. aid remains, . i $2 pi-r !Uii;ii:n. ir-i5 j'er cent ? tier uni-.iiMi ii--i5 pr cent discount if paid in iv',v-i: RECEIVED SENTENCE. When one reads of the loyalty to country on the part of our fore fathers; their devotion to duty; to public trust and in all matters involving not alone the honor of the party in whom the, people reposed confidence, but of the nation, a feeling of pride is par donable. Such in an unusual ly large degree was the standard of the men who managed the government during its earliest history. Little by little there has grown a sentiment of "the people be damned" on the part of some of our most trusted public servants. It is not just nor fair to accuse our public men as a body with corruption, for beyond doubt we still have as honest public offi cials as ever there was at any time in our history, but perhaps not so large a percentage of them. The age is a dollar one. During recent" years, more parT ticularly than at any other period, has "money" become the stand ard by which a man was meas ured. This is. wrong and not good for the country, Throughout the land there is! .an apparent awakening; the sen timent in favor of honest legis lation and discharge of public duties above all things is being born anew. The people of all classes, the high and the low, the rich and the poor, the patrician and the plebeian, show signs of the awakening of the spirit that will demand a purer administra tion of official affairs on the part of our public servants. In proof of the above let us pointto Senator JohnH.MitcheU's case. On July 25, at 10 a.m., in Portland, Judge De Haven in the United States court pro- " nounced sentence on him, where by he shall serve six months in the bounty jail of Multnomah county and pay a fine of $1,000. This for being implicated in the Oregon land frauds. In spite of all Mitchell has been, in Oregon, in the United States, his great power and recognized ability everywhere, he was found guilty by a jury of our common men and sentence has been passed No man should be above the law and may Oregonians always-bear this in mind. It is worse that Senator Mit chell be found guilty of this of fense than if he were an aver age citizen, for the reason that he has not only committed an of fense against the statutes but has at the same time betrayed his trust to the people. But the case has been appealed to the su preme court and until a decision in the matter is handed down he will not enter upon his sentence. Should the supreme court confirm the action of the lower court then must he serve time and pay his fine. Nor is this the sole pen altyhe is a marked man in the eyes of the world and is forever debarred from holding in the United States a place of trust. She Tried Five Doctors. Frances L. Sales, of Missouri Val ley, 1.. . writes : I have been afflicted with i-iriney trouble five years; had se vere pains in my back and a frequent de sire to urinate. When riding I experi enced much rain over the region of the kidLcvs. I tried five physicians without benefit and then concluded to try Foley,s Kidney Cure. After taking three $1 bot tles I was completely cured.'' Sold by Graham & Worthatn . Cured ot Br tola's Disease. Mr. Robert O. Burke, Elnora, N. Y., wric;. ''Before I started to use Foley's Kidney Cure 1 had i 1 aet n p. from twelve to twenty times a lijht, and was all bloated up with drop:-'- i:iv eyesight was so impaired I coui-j -an-ely- see one of my family acrcss tho iooin. I had given up hope of living when a friend recommended Foley's Kidney Cure. One 50 cent bottle worked wonders and before I had taken the third bottle the dropsy bad goxe, as well as all other symptoms of Bright's disease." Sold by Graham & Wornu. EMINENT 1EN Coming to Corvallis. GLISN St CO OF W UWlll WWb Wl SAN FRANCISCO. One Day, Tues. Aug. 1st. These Eminent Electro-Medical' Physicians and Surgeons will Visit our City and will be at The Occidental Hotel. This balng an Advertising trip to in troduce a New System of Treat ment, they will give to all com mencing on above date, Consulta tion, Examination, Advice, and all Medicine necessary to Complete a Cure Absolutely Free. It will only be expected of patients taking advantage of this offer to state to their friend- the remits obtained by this new system of tretituieitt They treat ALL KINDS OF CHRONIC DISEASE AND DEFORMITIES. It is very seldom that ailing people have the privilege of consulting such re nowned specialists, who are in constant attendance to wait upon you, diagnose your case, and give you the benefit of their medical knowledge. There is no experimenting or guesa work. Yon will be told whether you can be cured or not. If yeur case is curable they will treat you ; if incurable, they will givef'such ad vice as to be beneficial to you. They treat deafness with an entirely new method. Hearing restored to many at once. Catarrh in all its vaiied forms cured so that it will never return by breaking up the cold-catching tendency by ELECTRICAL INDUCTION of medi- cine. Men suffering from General Nervous ness, Weakness, LoBt Memory, Strength, Weak Back, Kidney Troubles, Rheuma tism Lumbago, Sciatica, Torpid Liver, Indigestion and Dyspepsia here can fund a cure that permanently restores them to their original strength and manhood without loading their stomach with poi sonous medicine. - If yon have weak lungs or consump tion, do not fail to be examined. Their new discovery of OSMOSIS in PARALYSIS. LOCOMOTOR AT API A, and all dfseases of the nervous system, including EPILEPSY and ST. VITUS DANCE, is a Godsend to suffering hu manity. Medical men stand amazed at the marvelous cures that are being effect ed wherever this system has been intro duced. Thousands who have given up all hope of being cured now have an op portunity of a lifetime to consult, with out charge, doctors of a national reputa tion. Remember their knowledge of med icine combined with electricity gives them control of disease that others do not possess. If ypu have weak eyes, headaches or dizziness, this' new system will cure you quickly. Don't fail to call on these eminent specialists, as a visit costs yoa nothing and may save your life. If you suspect kidney troubles, take a two ounce vial of your urine for chemic- al and microscopical analysis Go early as their offices are always crowded. If you are improving uuder your family physician do not go and take up their valuable time. " The rich and poor alike treated. Eyes Examined FREE By an Expert Opthamologist. - If your vision is not good or you have eye squint, headache dizzi ness, nervous, and can't see fine print or do fine work, eyes pain or Water, call on us and we will help you out of your eye -troubles, with a pair of glasses that are ground lo fit you correctly by an eye specialist of merit. Women who suffei from the many nervous derangements and ills TJeculiar to their sex quickly cured without an op eration by this new method. Out of fivi hunared cases of Rupture treatedjlast year by tlieir induction meth od there. were cured 93 percent without an operationor detention from buEinese. N. B Cancers, tumors, wen's, goitres, a 1 blood, sca'p and skin diseases cured by this new method. - - PIIvES CURED in a short time with out !the knife. Ointmeut or the injec tion method a eure and never-failing remedy without loss of time. They make a specialty ol all chronic diseases peculiar to either sex, and cure where others fail. Their treatment can ba used at home. . Kemember, not one cent will be charg ed for all the medicine required 10 make a permanent cure to all those commemc ittg their new system of treatment on this their first advertising trip. NOTICE Married ladies must be ac companied by their hufcbands. OFFICE HOURS; 9 a. m. to 4:3'.) p. m. Remember the Date and Location. Regular visits made. Good Piano for Rent. Terms three dollars per month, to the right parties. Address H. W. Strong or '"-jf'C a CorvaHis ?: lr??. 60 3 Lived Here. We are requested to reprint the following notice on the death of Mrs. Angeline Sites, which appeared in the Crook County Journal: Mrs. Angeline Site?, ... one of the early pioneer settlers of Ore gon, died near Prineville after a brief illness caused by indiges tion, on Saturday, July 15, at the age of 72 years. r Angeline May was bon in Boone county, Missouri, April 26 1833 She crossed the plains with her parents in 1849 settling near Salem, Oregon. She was married to Dr. James R. . Sites, dtceased, in Salem cn jauuaiy 30, 1859. . : To this union five children were horn, two ef whom survive her, Mrs. J W. Howard, of Cor valli?, and MrsrC. F. Smith of this city. Deceased, had beeu a devout christian for the past 47 years. Funeral services were conducted Sunday afternoon at the resi dence of C. F. Smith by the" Rev. VV. P.'Tionett. pastor of the Methodist church. Interment took place at the Union cemetery. CASTOR I A Tor Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the ' Signature of Cheap Sunday Rates Between Portland and Willamette Valley Points. Low round trip rates have been placed n effect between Portland and Willam ette Valley points, in either direction Tickets will be sold SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS, and limited to return on or before the following Monday. Rats to ob From Corvallis, $3.00. Call on Southern Pacific Co's Agents tor particulars - Plumbing : and Heating! Cornire, Roofing, Guttering, and all kinds of Sheet Metal Work, , F. A. Hencye In connection with J. H. SIM PiON 8 H BDWARE STOIE KIDNEY DISEASES are the most fatal of all dis- j eases Cni C Vf O KIDNEY CURE Is a I ULL I o Guaranteed Remedy or money refunded Contains remedies recognized by emi nent physicians as the Best for Kidney and Bladder troubles. PRICE 50c and $1.00. FEMALE WEAKNESS 6M 1-2 Congress St. Portland, Maisb, Oct. 17, 190S. 1 consider Wine of Cardni superior to any doctor's medicine I eTer used fndJI.know wh6ref I speak. I suf fered for nine months with suppressed menstruation- which completely pros. trat9d me. Pains would shoot through my back and sides and I would have blinding headaches. My limbs would swell up and I would feel so weak I oould not stand up. I naturally felt discouraged for I seemed to be beyond the heip of physicians, but Wine of Cardni came as a God-send to me. I felt a change for the better within a week. After nineteen days treatment I menstruated without suffering the agonies 1 usually did and soon became regular and without pain. Wine of pardui is simply wonderful and I wish that all suffering women knew ol it good qualities. Treasurer, Portland Economic League Periodical headaches tell of fe male weakness. - Wine of Cardui cures permanently nineteen out of every twenty cases of irregular menses, bearing down pains or any female weakness. If you are discouraged and doctors have failed, that is the best reason in the world you should try Wine of Cardui now. Remember that headaches mean female weakness. Secure a . $1.00 bottle of Wine of Cardui today. ; S7 AGrea Clubbing Price! mi . t ine viazette nas made a special arrangement with jthe publishers of a number or tne leading magazmes and newspapers of the Unit ed . States, whereby we are offered cut rates on these publications. Now we could charge you the full price for these and re serve the difference between the regular price and their special price to us, as5 our commission, but as thej Ga zette is a home paper for home people, it will be sat isfied by receiving you as a new subscriber, or, 11: you are now a subscriber, then by receiving your renewal for a year in advance. This special rate may notlast long, so take advantage of it NOW while the chanceis yours. A Great Woman's Offer: Woman's Home Companion Frank Leslie's Monthly Modern Priscflla and -CorvalHs Gazette AH five one year $3. 65 Will interest the Klen: Weekly Oregonian ;San Francisco Examiner Corvallis Gazette AH thrse one year $3. 55 r: Cosmopolitan Magazine? or Leslies, Housekeeper or McCall'p, . ' Ccrvaliis Gazette Any thrse one year 2 30 - Address . CcrvsiHrmm.Orf?,- The. Announces that the two. first weeks of their Dissolution Sale eclipses all previous sales. For the next two weeks we have planned Still Greater Bargains in all Departments. Buy liberally Now. Our new Fall stock will arrive early in August. Come to us for your Harvesting Outfits long range for selection. WsatasBn If WffDti? anywhere than right here. We clean and repair all sorts of watches thoroughly and quickly and guarantee all our work as well as our prices to be right. If your watch chain is beginning to show signs of wearor if you'd like a new chain for any rea son, we are prepared to supply you with the best gold-filled one made, at a moderate price. We carry the Simmons make, the best known and most strongly guaranteed chains ever sold. - E. W. S. PRATT, Jeweler and Optician. Open Day and Night. J. C. HAM MEL, Prop. One ot the Finest Eauined Hotels in the Valley.' Both Phones. D. O. Hlmmtmnd. CORVALLIS STEAM LAUNDRY. Patronize Home Industry. Outside Ordora Solicited. All Work Guaranteed. HO II SEEKERS AiMBLER & WATTERS, REAL ESTATE, LOANS? INSURANCE VIRGIL E. WAITERS, Corvallis HENRY AMBLER, Philomath. Bring your Job Work to the Gazette Office. The Original. Foley A Co.. Chicago, originated Hon ey and Tar a throat and luag remedy, and on acoount of the great merit and popularity of Foley's Honey and Tar many imitations are offered for tbe genu ine. Ask for Foley's Honey and Tar and refuse any tubstitute offered as no other preparation will give the same satisfac tion. It is mildly laxitire. It contains no opiates and is safest for children and delicate persons. Sold by. Graham & Worthams. Registration of Land Titie. In theCircuit Court ot the State of Oregon for Benton county. - - ". In the matter of the Application of S. S. Traill and J. R. Whitney. Applicants and Plaintiffs, to register the title to the North half; the Southeast quarter; and and the North half of the Southwest quar tor of Section 27; and the North half; tbe Southeast quarter; and the East half of -tlie Southwest quarter of Section 33; all iu Township 10 South, Range 7 West of the Willamette Meridian iu Benton County, Oregon; ' vs. -J. A. Dottier, Sol. Kins and The Ccast Land" & Live Stock Company, a corporation. Defendants. To all whom it may concern, Take notice: v That on the 27 day of June, A. D.. 19o5, an ap-. plication was filed by said S. S. Irain and J. R Whitney, in the Circuit Court of Benton County, Oregon, for initial registration of the title of the land above described. Now, unless you appear on or before the 29th day of July, A. D., 19o5, aud show cause why such ap plication shall not be granted, the same will be taken as confessed, and a decree will he entered ac cording to the prayer of the application, and you will be forever haired from Disputing the same. Percy R. K bat, VICTOR P. MOSES, Applicant's Attorney. Clerk. your watch shows any kreeu- larity or gives other evidence that, something is wrong with it, better have it examined by a competent watchmaker. You won't find any more skillful or more experienced Rooms Single or En Suite. I Cham. Blakemlao. OORVAUJS, OREGON. If you are looking for some real good Bargains in Stock, Grain, Fruit and Poultry Ranches, write for our special list, or time and see us. We will take pleasure in giving you reliaDle informa tion; also showing you over the county The Diamond Cure. The latest news from Paris, is, that they have discovered a diamond enre for consumption- If yon fear consump tion or pneumonia, it will, however, - be be best for you to take that great remedy mentioned by W. T. MeGee, of "Vanleer, Tenn. T had a cough for fourteen years. Nothing helped me until I took IJr. Kinti's Ken- Discovery for Consump tion, Coughs and Colds, which gave in etant relief, and eflected a permanent cure." Unequalled quick cure for Throat and Lnr.g Troubles. At Allen & Wood ward's drug store: price 50 cents and $!, guaranteed. Trial bottle free. . -Registration of Land Title. Ia the Circuit Court of the State ofOregon for Benton county. lu the matter of the Application of E. M. Howell and T, c. riowcll, Applicants and Plaintiffs,, to register the title to tbe east half of the east half of section 5; the north half, and tbe southeast quarter of section 15, the 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 tbe northwest quarter of section 21; all in township 11 south, range 7 west of the Wil- :- lamette Meridian, in Benton county, Oregon, and containing 1317 acres, vs. . C. M. Ciddings, Defendant. To all whom it may concern, Take notice: That on the 14th day of June. A. D., 1965, an ap plication was filed bv said E. M. Howell and T. C Howell, in the Circuit Court of Benton county. Ore eon, for initial registration of tbe title of tbe land above described. Now unless you 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 of the application, and you will be forever barred from disputing the same. - Witness my hand and the seal of said Circuit Court of Benton county, Oregon, hereunto affixed this 14th day of June, A. D. , 1905. SEAL VICTOR P. MOSES, County Clerk and Ex-Ofhcio Clerk of the Circuit Court of "ilj of "V-jon for Benton cottnty. & . Btts Meets all Trains.