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TELL HER THE TRUTH:
The majority of the big dailies
have made much of lata over
what they were pleased to pterin
the "stiffening" of the back of
' Nicholas, the czar of all Russia.
Our good president has. come' in
for an unusual amount of men-
' tion for the. part he has taken in
the peace negotiations now on
between Russian land JaDanese
plenipotentiaries.- ; ; ,
As regards the stiffening of
Nick's spine we have par own
opinion. He appears more m the
light of one who is ' 'hardheaded' '
at the expense of the contents
(if any there be) of said head.
One would fancy that - the Rus
sians' were the victors-to hear
them talk. Nor is this all they
are even conscienceless enough
to undertake to make Christen
dom believe that the Japanese
forced the war upon the "Little
Father." It appears that the
czar is a bluffer, that he has an
exalted opinion . of himself and
all appurtenances thereunto be
longing which is not warranted
by facts., "
Now, in the name of common
sense whyshould the rational men
of the world pander to such a silly
notion and humor the whim of so
weak a man? For the repre
sentatives of nations to be. fall
ing over each other in their en
deavor to do this or that thing
as the czar would desire does not
seem to add luster to their names.
It strikes us that it would be
more charitable on the part of
. other nations if they would break
' the news rindty but ' firmly to
Russia that she is no longer "it. "
Mt would be an act of kindness
to make this point so plain to the
"Little Father"-and his children
that there would be no mistaking
it ' .
.Russia stands on her own
dignity and talks loudly of what
she will or will not do toward
peace, and there is still much war-
. ; like bluff in evidence. ;' So long
as she feels this way what good
can come of peace? 1 There is
evident effort on all sides to get
Russia out of her scrape without
humiliating her. To what end,
please? If she be not humiliated
to such extent that she will re
member it for sometime to come
the lesson generally taught ' by"
war will have been missed and
the struggle vain. . If Russia is
not made to realize hdr positjon
the only object of war-will have
been missed and thousands of
lives ruthlessly sacrificed. If
: the object of the war was not
to teach Russia her place, to
make her respect the rights of
others, then inthe name ol all
things, what Was its object?
Irrationally and foolishly proud
as she has proved herself -to be,
how will she be taught her place
without a proper dose of humi
liation? It seems an awful thing
to advocate, but it is possible
that It would cost fewer human
lives in the long run for the
powers to mind their ofrn busi
ness for a little longer and allow
Japan to knock seme sense , into
Russian craniums. : President
Hoosevelt, among other notable
men, no doubt means well, but
as regards peace between these
powers under existing conditions
it seems his efforts will be futile.
He and others may bring 1 about
what has the appearance of
peace, but, like beauty, it will be
only skin deep.
LEI WELL ENOUGH ALONE.
A true and consistent friend of
the principles of protection can
find nothing satisfactory in the
resolution adopted by the Na
tional Reciprocity Convention in
. Chicago last week. It is a mat
of men of the reputed wisdom
and conservatism of those coin-
posing the above assemblage;
should finally conclude their de- j
liberations - with the following !
weak and unstable resolution: . j
Krsolved, firft, That this committee I
rerognizing the principle of protecii jn as
the established policy of our count y,
advocates immediate reciprocal iod-
cessious, by means ot a dual or maxi
mum and minimum tariff, as the only
practical method of re living . at this
time the -strained situation with which
we are con routed. , ,
How on earth are you going to
protect when you are eternally
changing your policy? What,
under such conditions, becomes
the policy? A maximum and
minimum tariff; a schedule for
our friends and another for our
enemies nice arrangement! It
is safe to assume that all nations
would soon become very friendly
it would be water on their
wheel for them to do so. ; What
then is the result? The entire
tariff schedule has baen reduced
to a minimum and the United
States is on almost a free trade
These o- reciprocity-free-trade-tariff
-lowering jugglers lose
sight of present conditions as
good, or better, on - the whole
than ever before . blessed the
nation. Is the time when men
profit by i experience never to
come? Will lightning never
smite the calamity howlers? : Is
this country never to see the sun
come up on a day when we boast
a settled policy? How is a great
manufacturer to operate when
he has no assurance that his
business may not be affected to
morrow as the result of some
wailing tariff tinker's manifesta
tions? The Dingley tariff schedule has
proved by far the best of , its
kind the country ever had
now, in spite of its i goo
there has arisen a cr;
should be in a great measuri
nulled. -. True, from time to time
it maybe found expedient to
modify "and revise the schedule
as applying to certain commodi
ties, but it is not desirable nor
advisable to wander far from the
text as it at present exists. ; . r
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children. -
The Kind You Have Always Bought
- Sealed bids will be received by the
County Court of Benton Co. on Satnidav,
August 26th, at 10 a. m , for the repairs
of the county bridge between the resi
dences of Mr. Basey and Rufus Skiptoni
in accordance with plans and specifica
tions now on file in tie Clerk's office. J-
Vibgii. E. Wattebs, .
. County Judge..
The Franklin Hop Bailer is
the best, the cheapest, and
for sale at our shop direct
to you. You get the com
mission, 20 per cent, at our
shop or 15 per cent. F. O. B.
If you want a Bailer write us
; for prices or come and see us
69-77t 1 CORVALLIS, OREGON.
. is often caused by sores, ulcers and
cancers that eat away your ;tkin. Win.
Bedell, of Flat Rock, Mich., says: "I
have used Bucklen's Arnica Silve,' for
Ulcers, Bores HDd Cancers.- , It is th.
beat hf aling dressine I have ever found.'1
It soothes and heals cuts, burns and
scalds. Guaranteed at lljsn & Wood
ward's drug store; price 25c;
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War Against Consumption.
All nations are endeavoring to chsck
the ravages of consumption the "white
plague'' that claims so many each year.
Foley's Honey and Tar cures coughs and
colds perfectly and you are in no dan
ger of consumption. Do not risk your
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And a long pull describes the pathway
of a woman afflicted with female.weak
ces unless she is under the care of a
doctor who has had successful experience
in the treatment of such cases or else has
found the right remedy Which- can be
sa.'cly used imlependently of the doctor. .
Fortv years ago. Dr. R. V. Pierce found
that women were being grossly mal
treated mainly through ignorance and
carelessness, and he determined to devote
himself to study and research till he
found the real cause of their suffering
and a proper remedy for it.
He f.nmd it, and dug from Nature's
Laboratory, the earth, Nature's remedies
f ir woman's weaknesses and ailments.
Kcv found in Lady's Slipper root. Black
Cohosh root. Unicorn root. Blue Cohosh
root and Coldeu Seal root, the required
hvrredieats. The remedial virtues ot these he ex
tracted. t"'-ib'.ncd and pre-ervej by his
own pect:i;;ir non-alcoholic. giV'M'jvc pro
cesses, and the compound is nof known
t!ic world over, as Dr. Pierce's Favorite"
"The wearing of corsets too tipht seemed
to have brought on an abdominal pressure,
weakening the ligaments and resulting In
displacement, which troubled me until 1 was
not fit to walk, and at times could hardly .
sand," writes Mrs. Beverly Sitgreaves, of 124
Fulton St.. San Francisco, Cal. "A neighbor
advised me to try Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
rcription. Before the first bottle was used
1 felt much better. Improvement went
steadily on, and within four months I was
like a new and well woman once mora 1
am now perfectly well and strong, and ex
tremely grateful to you for your blessed
remedy a boon to sick women." -
A Great Doctor Book Free. Send 21 one
cent stamps to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo,
N. Y., to cover mailing and he will send
you a free copy of his 1008-page Common
Some Medical Adviser, paper -covered.
Cloth-covered 31 stamps.
Dr. -Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the
best and safest laxative for the use ol
We Fit glasses
" ' SCIENTIFICALLY
b all Dsfesls of Sight.
SMTTHEW3, Ths Optician
Roam 12, Bank Building. V
Annually, to till the new D-sitions created bv
RHilrnad and Telegraph Companies. We want
luutiH ffltn ana ladies, 01 gooa naDiis, to
ASD. B. ' R. . ACCOUNT ' ESSga
Wc furnish 75 "er cent' of th iifintirs mid
Station Agents iu Ameiiea. Ourj-ix cliitoisare
the I rijest , xrluslve Telegraph bcul 1.1 THE
W0KLD. Kstabl shed 20 yeaia ami endorse by
all lria ling Railway Ofih-ial-, -
We exwnte a $230 Bond to every student to
furnish Jiim r her b position paying Svmi 40
to $60 a month in states enstof t e Koekv Mnun
taius.or from $75 to 8100 a month in 3 a tea west
of the Koekjes, hunidtatily span graduation.
Students can enter at any time. No vaca
tions. For full particulars regarding any of
our Schools wiite direct to our executive office
at Cincinnati, O. Catalogue f roe.
The Morse School of Telegraphy,
Cincinnati, Ohio. 0 ' Buffalo, N". Y.
Atlanta, Ga. LaCrosse, Wis.
Texarkana.Tex. San Francisco, Cal
Cornice, Borifing, iutterin;j,
and all kinds of Sheet Metal
Work. ' '
F. A. Hencye
In connection with J. H.
SIMPSON S "HARDWARE
Notice For Publication.
United States Land Office,
i , Portland, Oregon.-
' July 7, 19C5.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance with
the provisions of the act of Congress of June 3,
1878, entitled "An pet 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,,
' , EUGENE BOGEUT,
of Monmouth, county of Polk, State of Oregon,
has this dav filed in this office his sworn state
ment No. 6584, for the purchase of the E. i of S. W.
i 4c W i of S. E. J of Section No. 18 in Township No.
13 South, Range No. Q West, and will offer proof
to show that the land sought is more valuable lor
its timber or stone than' for agricultural purposes,
and to establish his claim to said land liefore Regis
ter and Receiver at Portland. Oregon, on Tuesday,
the 19th day of September, 1905.
He names as witnesses: Charles F. Newman, Wil
Wd Church, Philip H. Johnson, Ernest R. Allen, oil
of Monmoth, Oregon.. '
Any and all persons claiming adversely the above
described lands are requested to file their claims in
this office on or before said 19th day of September
ALGERNON S. DRESSER,
J. D. Kunyan. of Butlerville. O.'. laid
the peculiar disappearance of his painful
symptoms of indigestion and billiousness
to Dr. King's New Life Pills. He Bays :
They are a perfect .remedy, for dizzi
ness, sour stomach, headache, consti
pation, etc." Guaranteed at Allen &
Woodward's drug store; price 25c.
k 11 raf
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the publishers of a number
of the leading . magazines
and newspapers of the Unit
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Now we could charge you the
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serve the difference between
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special price to us, as our
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isfied by receiving you as a
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ars now a subscriber, then
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long, so take advantagejof it
NOW while -the chance is
Voman's Home Companion
Frank Leslie's Monthly
Modern Priscilla and
San Franclsos Examiner
or Let lies,
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We have" received and now have on sale
New Koyal Worcester Corsets.
; Sew Broad head Dress Goods. v
; New Prints and GinLams.
Sew W. I. Doiulas Siioes.
- . Xew. Crayenettes.
New Yaisrii!?s. ' --
New Outing Flannels.
' New "Hawes" $3.00 Hats.
New Blankets ai d Comforts.
New Percales ami FlaneJeltes.
In Transit, Cloaks, Jackets, Shirt Waists and Tailor-made Suits,
Rain Coats and Ladies Fine Shoes.
Corvayis Bates to
RATE ........ One and one-third fare for the round trip. ) TI!
SALE DATES .'.Daily from May 29th to Oct. 15th, 1905. SS3.50
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. )
SALE DATES . . Daily from May 29th to Oct. 15th, 1905.
LIMIT........ Ten days. . )
OrganizedlParties of 100lIor 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 trip.
SALE DATES. . Daily from May 29th to Oct. 15th, 1905. $2.60
LIMIT. ...... .Ten Days. (
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.5FARMER,
W. E. COM AN, Agent, Corvallis.
. Gen'l Pas. Agt., Portland.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
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.
t1M5 a. m. From, Philomath and
points West on C. & E.
12 m. From Portland and all
points, on the West Side.
30 p. in. From Albany and all
points North on the S. P.
222 South Peoria St, '
Chicago, Ili.., Oct. 7, 1902.
- Eight months ago I was so ill
that I was compelled to lie or sit .
down nearly au the time. My
ptomach was bo weak and upset
that I could keep nothing on it
' and I vomited frequenuy. I
could not urinate without great
pain and I coughed so much that
my throat and lungs were raw
and sore. The. doctors pro
nounced it Bright's disease and
others said it was consumptioff.
It mattered little to me what
they called it and I had no de
sire to live. A sister visited me '
from St. Louis and asked me if
I had ever tried Wine of Cardui.
I told her I had not and she
bought a bottle. I believe that
it saved my life. I believe many
.women could save much suffer-
ing if they but knew of its value.
Don't you want freedom from
pain? Take Wine of Cardui .
and make ono ' - -ino effort to
be well. " Yd ; i need to be
a weak, helpic Jrerer. You
can have a woman's health and
do a woman's work in life. Why
not secure a bottle of "Wine of
Cardui from your druggist to
Lewis and Clark Fair
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.
18:30 p. Jn. For West Side points,
V: Portland, and points North
: and East, also for points
West on the C. & E.
2 p.m. For Monroe, Or.
6:15 p. m. For Portland, Cali
fornia, -and points North,
: East and. South. '
G. B. Bttfhaas testifies after fenr
G. B. Burhans, of Carlisle Center, N.
Y. writes : ''About ' four years ago I
wrote you stating that I had been entire
ly cured of severe kidney trouble by tak
ing less than two bottles of Foley's Kid
ney Cure. It entirely stopped the brick
dust sediment, and pain and symptoms
of kidney disease disappeared. I am
glad to say that I have never bad a re
turn of any of those symptoms during
the four years that have elapsed and I am -evidently
cured to stay cured, and heard
ly recommend Folpy's Kidney Cure to
any one sullerhig from kidney or bladder
trouble,' Sold by Graham and Wortbam.
Was Wastiag Away.
"I have been troubled with kidney dis
ase for the last five years," writes Robert
R. Watts, of Salem, Mo. "I lost flesh
and never felt well and doctored ith
leading phyeicians and tried all remedies
without relief. Finally I tried Foley's
Kidney Cure and less than two bottles
cured me and I am now sound and well."
Durine the summer kidney irregulari
ties are often caused by excessive drink
ing or being overheated.' Attend to tbe
kidneys at once by'using Foley's Kidney
A Touching Story.
is the saving from death of the baby
girl of Geo. A. Eyler, Cumberland, Md.
He writes: "At the age of - 11 months
our little girl was in declining health,
with serious throat trouble, and two
physicians cave her up. We were almost
in despair, when we resolved to try Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs and Colds. The first bottle gave
relief, after taking four bottles she was
cured, and is now in perfect health.'.'
Never fails to relieve or cure a cough or
cold. At Allen & Woodward's drug store
50c and $1 guaranteed. Trial bottle free.
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