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ling the Stomachs andBovrels of
ness andRestXc-ntains neither
Opium.Morphine nor Mineral.
A perfect Remedy forConstipa
Tion ', Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea
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ness and Loss OF Sleep.
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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
Z7 KAIL ARRIVES.
8:30 a. HI. Mail arrives by stage
for Portland and all points
North and East, also for
10a. m. 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.
A GRAPE. CREAM OF TARTAR BAKING FWDER
It makes the. most delicious
and healthful hot breads,
biscuit and cake
FREE FROM ALUM, LIME OR PHOSPMATIC ACID
No other baking preparation or powder
has equal leavening strength
or healthful qualities
ROYAL BAKING CO., NEW YORK
Notice for PnMicatloH.
United States uli.l Office,
August 19, 19o.
Notice ij hereby (riven that in i-mnpiiaiice with
the provisions of the act of Conjrre.iS of June 3,
1878, entitled "An act fr the sale of timber lands
in the States of California, Oreeoi", Nevada and
Washington Teiri'ory, as exfcen ?ed to all the
Tublic Land States by act of Augut 4, 1892,
IVA 8IIe.aVO01 I'ATTY,
of Corvallis. county of Hentcn, fetate of Oregon,
has this day filed in thU ofOce her sworn statement
No 6i454, for the purchase of S i Si H of Section
No 2 in Town'l-ip No lo s.. Range No 0 West, and
will offer proof lo -how that the land sought is more
valuable f'-r its timber n' stuiM than for aricultur
il purposes, and to establish her claim to said land
before the Register and Receiver of this office at
Portland. Oregon, on Monday, the 6th day of
November, 1905, .
She names as witnesses: Erwin R. Alexander,
Thomas R. Graham, James H. Patty, all of Cor
vallis. Oregon, Robt. A. Miiler, of Portland, Oregon.
Any 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 November,
1905 ALGERNON 8. DRESSER.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
TH3 CENTAUR nunun HEW YORK CITT.
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. 111. For Albany and all
points North and South on
the S. P.
12:30 p. nt. For West Side points,
Portland, and points North
and East, also for points
West on the C. & E.
2 p. m. For Monroe, Or.
635 p. m. For Portland, Cali
fornia, and points North,
East and South.
Registration of Litid Title
I:i the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for
In the matter oi tke application of
Archibald N. McKechnie to register
the title to the northeast quarter of
the southwest quarter aud lot 3 in
section 3. township ir. south range,
4 west, of the Willamette meridian,
in Benton County, Oregon, contain
ing 78.60 acres more or less, .
Henry Rickert, defendent.
To all whqm it may concern: Take notice,
that on the 16th day of November, 1905, an appli
cation was filed by said Archibald N. McKechnie
in the Circuit Court of Benton County, for initial
registration of the title of the land above de
scribed. Now, unless you appear on or before the 23rd
day of December, A. B., 1905, and show cause
why such application should not be granted the
same will be taken as confessed, and a decree
will be entered according to the prayer of the
application, and ycu wilt be forever barred Irom
disputing the same.
VICTOR P. MOSI-:S tier.
I,. I.. SWAN. nwi! l'.'satUriiv..
DateuCiV. J .. ijtj. -sc
Bears the . i
Washington Sues Oregon.
has been advised by the Attorney-
General of Washington that a
suit is to be filed in behalf of
Washington against Oregon in
the United States Supreme Court
to determine the boundry line at
the mouth of the Columbia River
between the two states. The
boundary line as fixed by the en
abling act admitting Oregon to
the Union says that it shall the
center of the main channel of the
river, and that where there are
islands in the river, the boundary
line shall follow the widest and
Since the enabling act was
passed, the channel has changed
considerably; in fact, it is chang
ing all the time. The contention
of Oregon is that the boundary
line is the one fixed by the enabl
ing act, and should remain the
same now as then, regardless of
the changing of the river chan
nel. If the state of Washington's
contention is correct, some of the
islands that were originally in
Oregon would now be in Wash
The mam point of interest is
the control of the fishing grounds
at the . mouth of the river. At:
torney-General Crawford was ad
vised about a month ago that the
complaint was to be prepared and
a copy sent him at once. It has
been agre.ed bv stipulation be
tween the two law offices that
the complaint and answer should
be filed at the same time. A
copy of the original complaint
has been furnished to Attorney
General Crawford in advance, so
than he can piepare his answer
and submit it to the Attorney
General of Washington before
the latter files the complaint.
Next Friday Afternoon.
What will be by far the best football
game of this season on OAC's field hap
pens here next Friday afternoon. It is
not certain that it will not be the best
game played this year in the Northwest.
The Willamette University and OAC will
be the contesting elevens. Both stick
closely to straight football, and in that
department both have demonstrated a
superiority over the Eugene eleven.
Both present a formidable line v ith a
powerful offense, and both have heavy.
strong backs. There is no question of
the ability of each to put up ball that
will delight all admirers of tne game.
That the score will be a close one is with
out doubt. It stands a good chance to
be a scoreless contest.
The OAC team will be in first-class
shape for the game. There will be some
changes in the lineup, and one or two
old familiar faces will be missing. Floyd
Williams will not play, which will make
the team Uook a little strange, for no
game during the past five years has been
played by OAO without the well-known
halfback in his usual position. There
will be other changes too. that will make
the team look different, but "all the ex-
peits say they are changes that will
make the team stronger than ever.
All the local enthusiasts are lookin
forward to the game with renewed inter
es";. Willamette expects, it is said, to
win the game without difficulty. A
special excursion to bring" 250 or 300
Saleinites is being arranged for. A
special train will also brin; the usual
quota from Monmouth and Independence.
BULL BALKS AT GOOD MUSIC
Charges Into Crowd When Organ
Starts to Peal Hymn Couldn't
Soothe Savage Breast.'
Philadelphia. A rough shock was
given to those who believe that "mu
sic hath charms to soothe the savage
breast" when a large bull, taking of
fense at the strains from an organ in
a Gospel wagon at Ridge avenue and
Delmar street, lowered his head and
swooped down upon the wagon. ,
The consequence was a wild scatter
ing of the crowd which had surround
ed the wagon and the running away of
the horse attached to the Gospel wagon.
Hudson Gregory, a colored evangelist,
was in charge of the wagon. The serv
ices had just begun when a bull, led by
a small boy, came in view. At the first
sound of the organ the bull pricked up
his ears and at the second note he
charged, breaking away from the boy
who was leading him.
The horse attached to the wagon took
fright and ran io-vn RMsr? -vem?
ran three squares tef; rr it vus six,; -ra
! by Mounted Polices ar, Ui;..-.; . ol
j Roxborcugh statics. ; lit: i ..1 t.tei
scattering the crowd topped and per
; mitted himself to be ca-itered.
He'd Lose There,
A distinguished German professor
says cocoanut meat in its raw state is
the natural food of man. But there are
professors in Battle Creek, Mich., who
can talk him blind on that proposition.
Out of Tune.
The labor union demands that the
government raise the pay of its musi
cians and keep them away from com
petition with civilian bands. Somebody
bits st: i i!zc iote.
OUTPUT DURING 1904.
Lead and Spelter Production Also
Suns Far Ahead of Last Tear's
Washington. Mr. Charles Kirchofl,
special agent of the United States geo
logical survey, has computed the quanti
ty and value of the copper, lead and
spelter produced 'in the United States
during 1904. He has in preparation de
tailed reports of these industries, which,
will be published in the survey's forth
coming volume, "Mineral Resources of
the United States, 1904."
A very considerable increase took
place in the production of copper during
ing 1904. The production amounted
to 812,537,267 pounds, valued at $105,
629,845. The production for 1903 was
6S8,044,517 pounds. The most note
worthy increase occurred in Arizona,
where both the Bisbee and Globe dis
tricts added largely to the product. The
imports in ore and matte amounted to
38,947,772 pounds; the imports in bars,
ingots and old bars to 142,344,433
pounds. The exports of copper amount
ed to 564,544,880 pounds, a noticeable
increase over the exportation of 1903,
which was only 320,322,627 pounds. The
amount of copper consumed in the Unit
ed States during 1904 was 485,284,592
pounds, a decline from the figure for
1003. which was 566,429.885 pounds. In
spite, however, of this decrease in con- I
-niEption, it was necessary to draw
".on the stocks in producers' hands to
the extent of nearly 56,000,000 pounds.
To arrive at the production of mer
chant lead obtained from the mines of
' "io United States is a complicated prob
a. A cartful study of the figures justi
:.3 the statement, however, that it
-icunted to 307.000 short tons in 1904,
uued at 526,402,000. Tho yield in pig
-A from ores smelted by works that
?.t argentiferous material is esti
ated, after undergoing the smelting,
-!3ilvsrizirjg and smelting operations.
25 per cent, of the contents of the
-7S3. The result is a tonnage of 218.
"10 for 1904 as contrasted with 199,000
"hart tons for 1903. To these figures are
vlded 89.169 tons of soft lead for 1904
--ii 83,4-14 tons of soft lead for 1903.
r'?.I-:ing an approximate total of 307,000
" ort tons for the lead production of
-.'1 United States in 1904, as compared
?7ith 2S2.000 short tons for 1903.
r"-turns from all the producers of
--Iter In the United States show tnat
Traduction for 1904 amounted to
7"? fhort tots, valued 'at ?" 8 670.200.
- proiuction of 1303 was 1511.213 short
"3. This, extraordinary increase in
-ns due chiefly to the growth cf
:'Ir.3. ry in Kansas, vrhsr- a rum-.
r:f pew plants built in 1S03 were in
-; '-r---''i-.i. a partial report cf the
k "tvrrisd by producers of zinc shows
. reduction from 10.538 short tons on
'"-uary 1, 1904. to 6,521 short tons on
-.uary 1, 1905.
Candidates for Police Job Are
zled by Examination Tech
Chicago. "TVhat is an ulnar loop?
. viorl? Arches? Tented arches?"
Cns of the 13 ecj who tried to an
. - ihtss questicas r,:"id lrany others
.3 tLoin 13 u tb.3 way a ist ;cb in
1 -;i'iy pc"; :s department, tut iV-e civil
i '. members and employes who ccc
t::aaiinaticn at the city hail
c'.acr c?y confessed .Uunisil.cs
i ;-.ei. Some cf the candidates
'..2J des-:rats and Icit blank sr.a.-es.
r-xs uo.. aairg to Co with lirge."
. aad .La examination was held to
Ihsrr -aat place in tie bureau or
... :r.'.al iCintification.
"alaybe Tu.td'rhead Wilson, Mark
"-vai-.'s ? '.rnoua 'character, would
gw," said Secretary Corcoran, "but 1
.i-pcse it's all right, as the questions
.era made out and forwarded to us by
St. Louis identification expert at our
"I'il have to take it for granted that
! raeetions will bring out the quali
ijaLlcns of the candidates," said Presi-
. i examination was designed to
b:15 out the qualifications of the ap
plicants as experts in the Bertillon sys
tem. NURSED HER OWN SLAVE.
Her Former Mistress Rescues from
Want and Cares for an Aged
St. Louis. A bit of sentiment and
pathos of the old south found expres
sion when Rachel, an ex-slave, was
.rled by her former mistress, Mrs.
...jy B. Valliant, wife of an associate
..sties of the supreme court of Missouri,
..om the fashionable family home,,
here for five years the aged negress
;. iissn cared for as tenderly as a child.
tliz had been rescued, an invalid and.
' - , vsrty. after J.Irs. Valliant tad spent
,1 wesks traveling in search of her in
.. . to -she or'- 'fc--r 2 the last
.' i a : - - . 1. J. ..' -.. former
i.; acs-i ot assistance. ;
at tc CoviVigton. Kj
I.a hci v, as succeed o be liv
tii' By diligent:
: f '... 1 s ? ti'g two weeks
. i-v..:st. he ;ur si s wile finally lo
:' i;.'!er at. , :a::hscier. .' Ky: She
: ..... her Lcre. ar. ; ai the funeral the
i.iiant carriage fallowed the hearse.
Tho Real Want.
Wizard Buviaak may be able to pro
" i 2 a tc-:o that tastes like a fruit,
':a .':? ' or! J mcrs particularly
3 ;;:st ilw is that he evolve a
. .Ui a tnat will taste like a canta-
j 1 3.
Noooe io hereby given that the County
Court of Benton County, Oregon, has appoint
e the undersigned administrator of the estate
of Huldah A. Bruwu desceased, and 11 per I
sons haviug claims againxt said state will
present the satue aocoiding to law, to me at
Ctirvullis, Oreg n, witb-n six mouths from this
W. S, LINVILLE,
Sated September 7, 1905.
NO LIME. 8
Just the Thing for Hop-Driers.
Write for Catalogue.
Pacific Pulp Plaster Co.
PHONE MAIN 2362,
517-521, Chamber of Commerce,
R. HI. WADE S CO., Agts., Corvallis
Good for every farmer.
Good, for every farmer's
Good for every farmer's
Good for every farmer's
3 Christmas Pre
sents every week
A thoroughly practical, help
ful, useful, entertaining Christ
mas gift to any member of a
farmer's family will be a sub
scription for the year 1906 for
the "Corvallia Gazette" of Cor
vallis,' Oregon, your favorite
home weekly newspaper, and a
subscription for the year 1906
for "The New York Tribune
; Farmer," a twenty-paae, bigh
cla&s, illustrated, agricultural
family weekly, thoroughly up-
' to-dale in everything which ad- .
vatit-es the interests cf the w hole
farm and household.
The two papers coming regu
larly every week in 19i:6 will be
a constant reminder of the giver
and a Christmas ift of the most
substantial character continu
ously throughout the year.
These two papers will be sent
to ore subscriber both for one
year for $1.80 cash paid in ad
vance to ail new subscribers and
to all old ones who will pav up
all back subscription and the
$1.80 for the one year in ad
vance. A, special contract enables us
- to furnish noth of these papers
for the entire year for $1.80, but
if subscribed for separately thu
regular price for both would be
In like manner the "Corvallis
Gazette" and the "Tri-Weekly
Tribune", will be sent to one
subscriber both for one year for
$2.30 cash paid in advance to all
new subscribers, and to all old
ones who have paid up all back
subscription due and the $2.50
for the one j ear in advance,
In like manner the "Corvallis
tiazette," the weekly New York
Tribune Farmer and the Weekly
Oregonian will be sent to one
subscriber, all three for oneyear
for $2.85 cash paid in advance
to all r ew subscribers and to all
old ones who have paid up all
back Fnb cription due and the
$2.85 for the one year in ad
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Take The Gazette for all the
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mm; iothii up ii. and 11 I. .11 u tu
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r all a'lvertiHeniHiite over M.ir.is,
1 oer worrl for tt- fiist inw-rtinn, and
t -t"per word for ph. h additinnxl in-er-n
Noth'ni; inserted for ltc 1 25
Ix"ige, Boi-iely sn.t c"nn-t n nces,
pr than tftrii-tlv netf mattp. -ill be
' r Mil tor.
AFRED PLYMOUTH R"CKS
Breeding hern- and pulb te ar $1 each
Choice brfpdinn 1:0 kr 1b. f oni ipr
headed by mv $20 An 's pnllfi h el
rock bird, at from $1 to $5 pa. h. Call
at Gallnry. W. G Enierv, Bar-d
Rock Specialist. 90tf
ALL WOOD HANDLED BY THE
undersipnpd i no in this city anH hus
I'epn placed in the hands of "ttip Citv
Transfer Company for sale. Norwood
Trading Co. 6tf
NEW TIRES PUT ON BABY BUG-uif-s
and po-cartc f DillevA Arnold's.
AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE $195.00;
steam; in good condition, top lamps.
Box 461, McMinnvil'e, Or. 87 96
J. F. YATES, ATTORNEY-AT LAW.
OHice First national Bank Bni'ding.
Only set of abstracts in Bentoi, County
E. R. BRYSON ATTORNEY AT LA W.
Office in Post Office Building, Corval
OSEPH H. WILSON, ATTORN EY-at-Law.
Notary Titles, Convevanc
ing. Practice in all State and Federal
Courts. Office in Burnett Building.
P A KLINE, LIVE STOCK ATJCTION
eer, 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.
WANTE D 500 SUBSCRIBERS TO THE
Gazette and Weekly Oregonian at
$2.55 per year.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
MAKES LOANS on approved security
and especially on wheat, oats, flour,
wool, baled hay, chittim bark, and all
other Classes of produce, upon the re
ceipt thereof 8 tort d in mills and public
warehouses, or upon chattel mortgages
and also upon other classes of good se
curity. DRAFTS BOUGHT AND SOLD upon
the principal financial centers of the
. United StatPS and foreign countries,
thus transferring money to all parts of
the civilized world.
A CONSERVATIVE general business
transacted in all lines of banking.
8. A. OATHEY, M. D., PHYSICIAN
xnd Surgeon. Rooms 14, Bank Build
ing. Office Honrs : 10 to 12 a. m , 2 to
1p.m. Residence: cor. 5th and Ad
ams Sta Telephone at. office and res
idence, Corva'lis, Oregon.
X H. NEWTH, M. D., PHYSICIAN
and Surgeon, Office an Residence, on
Main street, Philomath, Oregon.
R. D. BURGESS. M. D.
Oihce ov r B'.ackiede Furniture Store..
Office hours : 10 to 12 and 3 to 5.
MARBLE AND GRANITE MONU
ineBts ; curbing made to order ; clean
ing and reparing done neatly : save
agent's commission. Shop North
Main St., Frank Vanhoosen, Prop. 92tf"
Notice to Creditors.
In the Matter of tbe Estate of J
Mary A. Garlinghouae. deceased j
Notice is hereby given to all persons concerned
that tne undersigned nas Deen duly appointed ex
ecutrix of the last will and testament of Mary A
Garlinghouae, deceased, by the County Court of'
Benton County, Oregon. All persons havinp claims,
against the said estate of Mary A. Garlinghouae, de--ceased,
are required to present the same, with the
proper vouchers, dulv verified as required by law,
within six months from the date hereof, to the un
uersigned at her residence one mile east of Monroe.
Benton Count , Oregon, or at the of&ce of Yates &;
Yates, Corvnllis, reuon.
Dated thU ith day of Septemh-r, 1905.
MAUNlJV F. STAUR,
Executrix of the last will and testament of Mary A.
Garliughouse, deceased. 80-92'
Noti f Kin; SjEti-rtu int.
Notice is hereby given r ra'' t'p n n-'erslgned .
executrixof th .suit ! (.' K. M - de -ea-e-J,
ha-flled iu theCmiiitv Court of Kenton County,
1 .regim. her flnnl ace "nut as sm-h executrix of
sjtid eifti", and ha- Friday the Mh da of De
camber. 1905, at the h-nir of ten o'clock A. M..
hrs been fixed by paid Court -isa timt; for hear
ing olijKCtlon- to tairt ac-ount and trie -ettle-ment
thereof. PEiitlS J. LINDEMAN.
Executrix of the estate of C. E. Moor, deceased'.
4i$3. -Independent phone No-