CUSSIfltl) ADVtKliStMtlilS , classified advertisements: .; Fif! - an words or less, 25 cts for three BHCCeMve insertions, or 50 cts per mont. ; tor air np to and including teu addit . al words. cent a word for each insertion. Foi 'I advertisements over 25 words, 1 ct ptr word for the first insertion, and J 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. Reads Pretty Good. FOR SALE ALt WOOD HANDLED BY THE undersigned is now in this city and has been placed in the hands of the City Transfer Company for sale. Norwood Trading Co. Gtf NEW TIKES PUT ON BABY BUG gies and go-carts, at Dilley & Arnold's. ATTORNEYS J. F. YATES, ATTORNE Y-AT-LA W. Office First National Bank Buildine. Only set of abstracts in Benton County W. E. Yates. ' .Bert Yates. YATES & YATES,; Law, Abstractkg and Insurance. Both Phones. Corvallis, Oregon. U- B RPYSON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in Post Office Building, Corval lis, Oregon. JOSEPH H. WILSON; ATTORNEY BtiT,anr. Notarv. Titles. Convevanc ine. Practice in all State find Federal Courts. Office in Burnett Building. AUCTIONEER PIA KLINE. LIVESTOCK AUCTION- eflr, Corvallis, Or. P. A. Kline Line, Phone No. 1. P. O. address. Box 11 Pays highest prices for all kinds of live stock. Twenty years' experience. Satisfaction guaranteed. WANTED Of late we have heard much anent the i Chinese boycott of American goods. Various opin ions have been 'tossed about on the matter of all things heatheH and Chinese. Commenting on the fact that Chinamen in Port land are contributing' a couple of dollars each to maintain this boy cott, the Oregon Bocsler says: If there is an eyesore in Port land if .there is one quarter that has long been a demoralizing in fluence in this city it is China town. Situated as it. is in the very heart of our business- dis trict, its malodorous smells per meating tne nostrils of every man, woman or child riding on our cars its noisome smells be ing too much for ( the olfactory nerves of our police it has fester ed as an unholy sore in our midst awaiting municipal surgeons who could apply the lance and remove it. The vices of the Oriental have run rampant in this district for years, white girls have been debauched, our boys have been degraded in the vile dens which infest the quarter, and the insid ious lottery and "fan tan" games have been the source upon which the lecherous heathen have fat tened. Not content with toler- ence, Mr. etunaman and ins con sort, the Jap who, by reason of a temporary victory over a de generate and venal nation, has become more or less "cocky" have,decided to add insult to in jury, and by putting into vogue a weapon the boycott to force the United States of America to admit ' their swarm of coolies without restriction. The snake has its head reared.- Will you choke it? 0 How? Remove the pestilential sore known as China town, from the midst of Port land, stop patronizing in any way, manner or form these Ori ental bloodsuckers, and send them back ' whence they came. As for trade -study statistics and you will be convinced that America supplies the world and it has got to come to us. Gridiron News. WOODSAWING. It Depends on You. NEW GASOLINE WOODSAW ALL orders given7 prompt attention ; short notice orders solicited. Good work, as cheap as anybody. W. R. Hansell, Ind. phone 835. 44tf. WAITED YOUNG MAN OR WOM an to take up library work. Salary $2 to 100 per month. A legitimate established institution. Send 2c stamp foi- particulars. Reliable Circulating Libraries. Room 34, 190-17th St., Portland, Oregon. 71t WALVTE 0 500 SUBSCRIBERS TO THE Gazette and Weekly . Oregonian a $2i55pr year. ELASTIC PULP PLASTER. it U0 SAND. NO L!ME. i DENTISTS E, H. TAYLOR, DENTIST. PAIN leis extraction. la Zierolf building Opp. Post Office. Oorvallis, Oregon. llAND agents. WHEN IT COMES TO BUYING lapds, new-comers in this county win miake no mistake in consulting James Liwis. Mr. Lewis has been in Benton for 30 vears and not only Knows the county bin the entire Valley. tie n as been actively engaged in selling and bnvine live stock and real estate all ot this time and naturally his judg ment is sound. He knows coils .and values. His knowledge is worth money )o anybody desiring correct and sinceie information. . 25-7 STAGE LINE. HHILOMATH AND ALSEA STAGE Stage leaves Alsea 6:30 a. m.; arrives t Philemnrh at, 12 m : leaves Philo- .- math, 1 p. Ui., arrives at Alsea C:3U p. m. All persons wishing to go or return from Alsea and points west can be accomodated at any time. Fare to Alsea $1.00 Round trip same day $2.00. M. 8. Rickabd. Fire Proof Water Proof WILL FALL OFF . CRACK CRUMBLE Just the Thing for Hop-Dri ers. Write for Catalogue. Pacific Pulp Plaster Go. PHONE MAIN 2362, 517-521, Chamber of Commerce, PORTLAND, OREGON. R. M. ABE .8 CO., Agts., Corvallis. KIDNEY DISEASES BANKING. , . -T THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF Corvallis, Oregon, does a general, con ' servative banking business. It guarded safely its customers' banking business through the' panics of the last two decades, which merits proper consider ation. It affords hanking 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 -esided in the county forty-six years The business history of each is as an open book before the people of the county. Loans to customers solicit ed, properly secured 40' f PHYSICIANS! are the most fatal of all dis eases, i : A , Em V'O EY CURE Is I I U Ll I O 6uar&Dt8Sd Remedy or money refunded. Contains remedies recognized by emi nent physicians as the Best for Kidney and Bladder troubles. PRICE 50c and $1.00. B. A. OATHEY. MD.. PHYSICIAN and Surgeon. Rooms 14, Bank Build ing. Office Hours: 10 to 12 a. m ,2 to in.Li, Residence : cor. 5th and Ad' ams Sts. Telephone at office and res idence. Oorvajlis. Oregon. C. H. KEWTH, M. D., PHYSICIAN and Surgeon, Office and Residence, on Main street, rmiomatu, uregon. : R. D. BURGESS. M. D. Office over Blackledge Furniture Store. Office boars: 10 to 12 and 3 to 5. With the approach of the opening of college ,-interest in matters relating to football ap pears to grow. From what we are able to learn the indications are that OAC will have a squad on- the gridiron this year that will do business. Many of the old "stand-bys" will be at col lege again, to the evervlasting joy of football enthusiasts. Re garding football at OAC during the coming year a communica tion from this city appeared in the Telegram a few days ago, as follows: Dow Walker, the star center of the OAC football eleven, pass ed through Corvallis this week, enroute to Newport for. a few days' outing. In spite of the fact that he has been working hard all summer, he is bigger than ever. ' - - , He will bring to college with him this fall'a new man almost as large as himself, who has had considerable experience on the football eleven in the East. Dun lap and Bundy, the. guards of the past two seasons, will support Walker at center and are a trio of players hard to withstand. Abraham at left tackle and Wil liams at right half will be back in their old positions, both re turning to college for a post graduate course. Bower, the veteran at right tackle, will not be back, and a new man will take the place he leaves vacant. Emily and Cooper, last season's ends, will be prominent candi dates fo: :hes; positions on this season's-team,- ... j Rinehart, the plucky little quarter, will be in his old posi tion, and Root, the stalwart half back, who made a reputation for himself in the Christmas game on Multnomah Field, will, with Floyd Williams, make a pair ot backs hard to beat ... Pilkington will also be back in college for a post-graduate course in phar rmcy, but it is doubtful it he can be persuaded to take his old position at fullback, as the in-' juries he received in the early games of last season caused him to , lose almost his entire schol astic yeai. He will, however, be ol invaluable aid as an assis tant coach. The schedule for this season as arranged so far by Manager Stitnpson, the post-graduate manager, includes games with al the principal colleges of the Northwest, and;' in; addition California trip "at the' beginning of the season will be ot great help in rounding the men into shape. The contest this year between the U of O and OA will be of unusual interest irom the fact that Bruce Shorts and Dr. Steckle were respectively right and left tackles on the same team at Michigan and re ceivea their football training at the same time under the cele- brated Michigan ceach, Yost. Several times of late have we called attention to the poultry exhibit to be held in connection with the Lewie and Clark' Fair next month. It is sincerely to be hoped, that poultrymen of Benton county will bestir them selves in this matter and look after the glory of Old Benton in such a vigorous stvle that we heed not be obliged to take off oiiir hats to rivals from: any local ity. We are in receipt of a let ter from C. D. Minton, : poultry commissioner for 'I .-.Oregon, ot Salem, throwing some light on things possible from every stand-, point. In substance the letter is as follows: ' " California and 'Washington are making every endeavor possible to throw Oregon in the: shade at the coming Lewis - and Clark poultry show. . This is a friendly rivalry and we want you to get in and see that the honor of ypur grand, old state does not become dimmed by the radiant splendor cf our sister states. A man at home has many advantages that the visitor does not have and it is up to you to see that Oregon does her part in this show. The premiums are liberal, the speci als are large and the entry fee is only one dollar per bird which includes feed and care and you doubtless have as good birds as has ever been hatched. We want you toi show and riot be among the class who "have better ones at home." May we not depend on you? Entries close September 10 Notice Of Final Settlement In the County Court of the State of Oregon for Ben ton uounty. In the matter of the estate 1 ' and Last Will and testament f V of . I William Wyatt, deceased 7 Notice is hereby given that I have filed mv final ac count as executor of the last, will and testament of William Wyatt. deceased, with the clerk of the above entitled Court and that said Court has fixed and ap pointed Saturday, the 9th day of September, 1905 at, 11 o'clock m tne forenoon of said day at the once of theCount Judge" of said County at the Court House in uenion county, uregon, asfne time and place for hearing objections to and the settlement of said Final Account; and all persons interested and desiring to object thereto are notified) to appeal at said time and file their objections. ' Dated, August 8th, 1906. A. J Williams, Executor, of the Estate of William Wvatt, deceased. 6(1-74 , ., Public is Aroused. J The public ia aroused to a knowledge of the curative merits ot that great medicinal tonic, Electric Bitters, for sick stomach, liver and kidnevs. Mary H. Walters, of 546 St.- Clair "Ave;,' Col umbia, O., writes: "For several months I was given up to die. I had fever and ague, my nerves were a wreck. I could not sleep and my stomach was so weak from useless doctors' drugs that I could not eat. Soon after beginning to take Electric Bitters, I obtained relief and in a abort time ' I was entirely cured." Guaranteed at Allen & Woodward's drug store ; price 60c Horse Changed Hands. The fine black. Percheron stallion Fanion, has teen sold ' by Thomas K, Faw cett. It seems a company was form' eil o buy him and said company is com p.-sed of the following parties, who fehare equally in the deal : Peter Whitaker Richard Irwin, J W Foster, Peter Rickard, J. FBuchanan, M. H. Whitby J. H. McFdden and Jesse Porter. : At present the animal is at Peter Whitaker's. Later on arrangements will be made to keep Fanion at Monroe Chil ders,' some 10 or 15 miles south of this city- Fnion ia valued at $2,000; he will be nve ears old next spring and he weigh at present about 1,800 pounds. - When fully matured it is thought that he will tip tiie beam at fully 2,000 pounde. . . lie is very kind and ' a child could handle him. He has both French and American registered pedigree. This year he has 7b colts, all alive and doing welll Notice. . The undersigned hereby gives notice to the effect that all parties are forbidden to trust anybody whosoever on my ac count after this date without a written order. Dated August 25. 1905. G. W. Parker. 70-1 From Bremerton. .-.IT-- - .7T-.-.--n-r-.-J -J.. - mi I -'-a 11 i:iHiiilinillliinil)t'llUiwiiMuiiiiniiiViianii:iiiiinnuuifiiniiln:iiiiTuiiiiii LaJjiJt . Vegetable Preparatioafor As similating ttieFoodandEcguIa ling the Stomachs ancLBowels of m Promotes DigcstioaCheerfur ness and Rest.Contains neither Opium.Morphine nor Mineral. Not XAnc otic ; JapeafOUJDrSSlfUn.PnCHm " Alx.Smiut , SodutlUScUt- liaise Armd. c iCartoHakJati l teuinM, , AperTecl Remedy forConstipa fion, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions.Feverish ness and Loss of Sleep. Fax Simile Signature oF NEW YORK. liii i For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears Signature of the . AM in Use For Over Thirty Years EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER- , THE CEOTMJH COHHU1V. HEW TOIIK OITT. . Zamboanga News. jFriday, Frarak Groves arrived home from Bremerton, Washing ton, where he has made his head quarters for the past year or two He holds a good position in the government quartermaster's de-i partmerjt at this place and is do ing nicely. He was accompan- lejd gome by a companion by the name of Arthur King, who is also located at the same station. Mr. King will visit here for- a week or such a matter. ; Bremerton is a naval station and is the' place ot location of a arge shipyard. " . Here are em ployed from 8oo to i,2oo men all the time. . It is the government naval station and the shipyard is thoroughly equipped to do all s0rts of repair work on ships, eyen to the building of a model vessel complete. Here are found almost every kind of, mechanic from a boiler maker ' on through the list. , The naval station is located just across uget bound tronl Seattle, distant irom said city io miles. , There is a - boat every hour of the day and it only re quires an hour for their flyer-to make the run from Breme ton to Seattle. As a consequence, mauy of the government eruplqyees rer side in the larger city. One can, catch a boat on a Saturday even ing at Bremerton for Victono, B. C., where they may : spend Sun day and be back at their , work Monday morning. For ' many reasons Bremerton is a delight ful place to be employed. I Frank Ins leave of absence of nearly twu months and will pass the. greater part of his vacation with relatives and friends in Corvallis. While on the way home he visited at the Fair in Portland for a few days and speaks in : highest priise of what he saw there. A fev days ago Jolm F. Allen of this city, received a letter from Major C. B. Hardin, who is now quartered with his regiment at Zamboanga,; Phiilioine Islands. Mr. Allen and the major have corresponded regularly since the departure ot the latter about a year ago ior the Phillipines. Major Hardin writes a capital letter it is always newsy. It wiil be remembered that the major was in charge ot the mili tary department of OAC for some thing more than a year before be in ordered to the . islands. The major in his letter states that his health is excellent and he recently had the honor of tak ing first place in athletic contests on the horizontal bar and flying rings. This was in regimental contest. Recently he has been instructing his men in the art of swimming and the men are com pelled to come up to a certain standard before they are consid ered proficient in the water. Bvery man must be able to swim ioo yards, striped; 75 yards with clothing on, and so yards . with c'othing snd m additio 1 with a cartridge belt con t'ainiug ioa in-i'sds of amm'-umtiori, haver sack, canteen and blanket. This is a load for a horse and enough to make 50 yards seem a mile. v The health of the major's fam ily has been excellent since they went to the islands. Mrs. Har din and dathter,' Virginia, re cently returned to ; Zi;n.hoaga after having LuUiCd Jjpu. 'Tin.-, of course was a delightful trip and of a kind anybody would ap precfate. The . major calculates on doing a little touring on his own account before leaving the islands for' good. His objective point is Borneo he wants to see the wild man in his own d&main. He is but a few hundred miles from Barneo at present and will in all likelihood have the tsur his heart is set on. The major's regiment- has orders to leave Manila, December J5 I95. tor the United States. On arrival in the "States" they are to be stationed at Monterey, California. Taken all in all, there are lew more interesting writers than Major Hardin. 's Woman's Home Companion Frank Leslie's Monthly : : Modern Prissilia and Corvallis Gazette AH five one year 65 Notice for Publication. , United States Land Office,- Portlan-l, Oregon, Aujrust 19, ltH 5. Notice is herebv given that in compliance with tbe provisions ol the act ot Congress of June 8, 1878, entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands in the States of California, Orero'i, Nevada and Washington Territory," as exten led to all the Public Land States by act of August 4, 18D2. nr a eun'Rwnnn PATTV of Corvallis, county of Bentcn, State of Oregon has this day filed in this office her sworn statement No 6654, for the purchase of S J Si of Section No 26 in Township No lo S., Range No 6 West, and will offer proof to show that the land sought is wore, valuable for its timber or stone than for agricultur al purposes, and to establish her claim to said land before the Register and Receiver of this office at Fortland. Oregon, on Monday, the Uth day of November, 1905, She names as witnesses: Erwin K. ; Alexander, Thomas R. Graham, James H. Patty, all of Cor vallis, Oregon, llobt. A. Miiler, of Portland, Oreiron. Anv and all persons claiming adversely the above described lands are requested to file their claims in this office on or before .said 6th day of N ovember, 1805. ALGERNON S. DRESSER, i Register, Was In Poor Health For Years. . Ira W. Kellev. ol" Mmiraeld. Pa., write:- 'I was ia poor lielih for two years sulferiug from kidne)' and bladder trouble, and spent considerable money . consulting physicians without, obtaining any marKeu oenetit, nut a r.urea Dv Fo!ev s Kidney Cure, and I desue to add my testimony that it may ba cuse of restoring the health of others'' Refuse substitutes. Sold by Graham A Worth am. ; V.ir c of Final Settiernent. - Notice is hereby given that tbe executrix of the last will of Seymour Cbipman, deceased, has filed her final account with county court, Benton county, Oregon, and said county court has set Tuesday,. September 5, 1906, at 10 o'clock a. m. at county -court room, Corvallis, to bear an objections to said report. ri uueiice uuipniau, Executrix. 66-7 ROYAL der Weekly Oregonian. San Francisco JExamlner, , Corvallis Gazette Mi three one year 03. as With Royal Baking Powder there is no mixing with the handsno sweat of -the brow. Perfect cleanliness, greatest facility, sweet, clean, healthful food. - 1 : - : 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 BAKING POWDER CO., 190 WILUAM ST. NEW YORK.