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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.
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. nt. From Albany and all
points North on the S. P.
A GRAPE CREAM F TARTAR BAKING POWDER
It makes the most delicious
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' Notice for Publication.
United States Lmrt fifflce,.
Portland, Oregon, .
August 19, lftofi.
Notice is hereby given that in ompliaiH.e with
the provisions of the act of Congress of June 3,
1878, entitled "An act for the sale of timber laoii
in the States of California, Oree-t.n, Nevada and
Washington Teiritory," as extended to all the
Public Land States by act of August 4, 1882,
IVA SHtiEtWOOD PATTY,
of Corvallis. couuty of fientcn. State of Oregon,
has this day riled in this office her sworn statement
No 6S54, for the purchase of S J Si 54 of Section
No 2e m Township No lo S.. Range No 0 West, and
will offer proof to -how that the land sought is more
valuable for its timber or scone than for agricultur
al puroees, 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
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 onjor before said 6th day ot November,
1905. . '
ALGERNON S. DRFSSRR,
Tor Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
G a. in. For Albany and points
East on the C. & E., and fcr
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, Or.
6:15 p. m. For Portland, Cali
fornia, and points North,
East and South.
Registration of Land Title.
In the Circuit Court of the jState of Oregon for
In the matter ot the application ofl
niunufuu A-i. wiijrkci.iiiiie to register
the title to the northeast quarter of
the southwest quarter and lot 3 in
section 3, township 11, south range,
4 west, of the Willamette meridian,
in Benton County, Oregon, contain
ing 78.60 acres more or less, J
Henry Rickert, defendent.
To all whom it may csncern: ' Take notice,
that on the 16th day of November, 1906, an aooli
cahon was filed by said Archibald N. McKechnie
in the Circuit Court of Benton County, for initial
registration of the title ot 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 you will be forever barred trom
disputing the same.
, VICTOR p, MOSS. Clerk.
If X.. SWAN. it)p . .ant's attorney.
Dated Nov ::, 1905. , ..c
THE CENTAUR aOMPHNV. HEW YORK CtTV.
Farmers bave been making good use
of the favorable fall by Eeeding a larger
acreage than usual. Early eown grain
and grass have made a good growth.
Stock are for the most part in fair condi
tion and in demand at a good price.
J. M. Baily is buying beef cattle for a
paity in Harrisb'irg.
Frank Dinges has gone to Portland
with several carloads of sheep and hogs,
besides the hundreds of cattle that he
has shipped and sold on contract One
wonders where all the stock comes from.
This valley of the Willamette is regard
ed by stockmen of wide observation as
one of the beet breeding grounds for live
stock in the world. If any one doubts
this being a good place for the growth of
cattle their doubts vonld soon be dis
pelled by going to Frank Dinges' and
look at four steers that he bought over on
Lake creek. The four steers weigh 8,000
pounds and are being fed for Christmas
Ed. Williams and others bave been
busy for several days rounding up their
cuttle on prairie and mc untain an bring
ing them off for the winter.
Mrs. Casterline and children have
moved to Portland where Mr. Casterline
has been for some time.
A literary society for mutual benefit
has been organized under the auspices of
the public school.
E. H. Belknap has been appointed by
the presiding elder of the M. E church,
Dr. Wire, to take the place of Eev. Aitord
who was unable to fill the appointments.
Thanksgiving day will be observed by
the people of this cemmunity by appro
priate services at the Simpson chapel.
It is hardiy to be wondered at that peo
ple should enjoy celebrating Thanksgiving
Day by partaking of bountiful dinners,
but it seems strange that so many mane
this a time for a special hunt and seem to
set so much satisfaction out of just shoot
ing the life out of some bird or beast.
Thera is being some good prices offered
for homes here-, but holders are rather
slow to let go. ,
Floyd Biistow, who came home from
a Portland h jtpital a week ago, seems lo
be getting along first rate. '
Little Bado Tharp and Miss Dora Wat
kins, who have been under the doctor's
care for some time, and both are much
R. G. Hall, Sr., is butchering eight
fine hogs today . Chas. Hout, of Corval
lis, gets some of them.
The local try-out for the OAC Inter
collegiate Debating Team, will be held in
the college chapel, Friday evening, Dec'
8. This is the first time in its history
that the college has put out a debating
team, hence, much interest is being tak
en in the local contest.
For the past few years each of the eight
literary societies of the school has been
represented by a team in a series of inter
society debates for the Gateh cup. This
organization will still exist, but a team
selected from all of these societies will be
chosen to represent the school in contests
to be held with other colleges.
Saven debaters will enter the contest.
out of which three will be selected as the
team. Four debaters of last year's socieiv
teams and three seniors will be the per
sonnel of the aspirants and a lively dis
cussion is insured. The auestim to h
discussed is, "'Resolved, That the govern
oientof the United States should own
and control the railroads." .
The following letters remain uncalled
for in the Corvallis postoffice, for the
week PndinsNnv. 18, 1915:
Mm. Rob B.wu, W. H. Berry, C.
Bman, Miss Mobie Calleghan,. C. S.
Cline, Miss Flett, E. M. Fenimore, F. E.
Hutchinson, F. G. Hard.S. B. Jackson.
J. T. Johnson, Mrs. Mary King, Miss
barah King, Miss Ma7 Miller, F. A. Mil
ler, Miss Elsie Miller, James Miller, Jus
tus A. Miller, Miss Alice Moore, W. T.
Price, Dr. Pedone, Fred T. Rugg, Miss
B. Ross, Mrs. A. L. Smith, L. R. Watts,
E. D. Wet more.
' B. W. Johnson, P. M,
New York. The mermaids that dis
port off Sea' Gate have been presented
with a silver service worth $300. The
knives, forks and spoons were intend
ed originally for the Atlantic Yacht
club, whose house is at Sea Gate.
Packed in a fine case, the silver was
put on board the steamboat Atlantic,
which plies between the Battery and
Sea Gate. Capt. Drake, of the At
lantic, placed the silver in charge of
one of his men until it should bo 1
delivered to Superintendent Stewart
at the yacht club. - c
When the. Atlantic reached the yacht
club's landing the man put the case
on his sioulder and started to gc
ashore before the gangway was run
out. ; He . stumbled, and the silver
went overboard. ' '
The crew of the Atlantic and em
ployes of the clubhouse started grap
pling for the precious case, but the
sand there is somewhat like quick
sand, and the waves quickly bury any
thing that goes down.
Some of the yachtsmen put on bath
ing suits and dived for the service,
but the mermaids were stirring their
cold tea with the spoons.
A professional diver wil seek the
silver. . . . y. i -
FLASHES F!CL';E3 CF FirsZ.
New Cash. Register Gives Further
N Protection Against Dis
Washington. A cash register appears
to be an essential piece of apparatus In
all mercantile establishments, and the
elaborations and embellishments ihat
have been devised for the greater pro
tection of the purchaser and the seller
have made this device the most compli
cated piece of mechanism in use by the
Not content with the protecting fea
ture already provided, one of the largest
manufacturers has just secured a patent
which affords still greater protection
for both parties to a transaction. The
distinguishing feature of the new im
provement is a display of the amount of
the sale at a distance from the cash reg
ister. This unique end is attained by
the introduction of electric commuta
tors, contacts and electrically lighted
universal numerals, operated automatic
ally by the manipulation of the register
keys. The numerals are formed of black
letters, Illumined with electric lights
and so designed that any numeral can
be flashed out of the same space by vary
ing the contacts that is, by observing
certain lines and illumining others.
Whenever a sale is registered the
amount of the sale is flashed out in larfre
figures on a conspicuously located elec
tric sign, so that there does not appe ar
to be the slightest opportunity for false
registration without detection. The in
dicator comprises a rectangular frame
with a semiopaque front of frosted or
MAIL BOXES TO BE GREEN.
Aluminum Color Is Found to Be De
tective After Having Been
Given Long Trial.
Washington. Green soon will b?
the color that will guide writers o
letters when they wish to commit
'heir missives to the care of Uncle
5am. Aluminum-colored post boxes
-ire doomed, and the order has gone
orth that boxes in Chicago and
erywhere else are to become of e
'iriliiant grass- hue. Trarisfomatioc
"f the 4,000 boxes in this city wil.
commence soon, and by the. late fall,
;t is expected, aluminum-tinted boxes
Till be a thing of history.
The change is because aluminum
3?.int has . not proved ' satisfactory.
'There's nothing like green," declarer
Vssistant Postmaster- Hubbard yei
' :rday. "Green retains its virility
713 freshness much longer than doco
.luminals. Aluminum paint becomes
lirty, dingy and rusty, while .green
craafns spick-and-span. The ctaajD
Is simply a common sense move and
is a return , to the green boxes lhat
prsceded the present ones. Twelve
years or so ago the old green boxes
were done away with. Boxes in otlier
cities also wi!! assume . an emera'd
hue, and the citizen will recognise
his good friend the post box by it;
complexion anywhere in the country."
DOG A MOTHER TO CHICK3
Canine Shelters Wee Feathered Crcr.
tures Chases Cats with Crim
Bloomfield, N. J. Edward G. Nau
mann is the owner of seven lit ":
hickens which' were 'brought to lire
a an incubator.; Mr. Nauajnn is
l:o t!;a o.tnSr of a pet dos. T;i3 1
.-.as basking in the sunsbia-' t ,
e littie chickens were t,rrr.:;il Vtrt t'?
.,ra tcb, aai one of ths. litU j c:iiC.:pr,.-.
Lttoa up arrainst. hiin and iiimi.U-iii-Y
took shelter undar his ibecy Lai:-,
-ia sis triers followed , suit.
The dog did not resent the -'--03
zaZ tio chickens maie ' t:
selves vc;y much at home, ma:': "
short excursions from their sh-lt
and thea rannig back again. Wr.-.i
tho dog got up and moved he was fol
lowed by the batch of little chickor-:;,
and when he lay down again, the
chicks again used him for a shelter.
The intimacy thus formed developed
Into a mutual attachment, and the
log assumed a guardianship over the
The dog, Mr. Neumann says, is a
nderful guardian and protector.
. i::133 there are no fences around
ieweliyn avenue premises, yet such is
cho sagaciousness of the dog and his
intuitive ideas of surveying and ge
ography that if the chickens attempt
to cross the line of .the Neuman
place, the deg noses them back to
their proper bounds, and if a cat
appears in the neighborhood the do :
:uts. it to flight The dog is ver
considerate of his charges and whn
they want to rest he lies down ana
the chickens cuddle up against hira.
ICE THIRTY FEET THICK.
Remarkable Discovery Kade by Con
necticut Man Seeking Cold
Water in a Well.
New Haven. Conn. Th npnnlp nn in
Coventry have been astonished to find
mis year in tne early summer a
well in a farm yard which is still
''"'.n to te n' ."1 "'!. !7o!" - .
thl? has been knov-tt :'s ornctf
pi t in years, the heavy ice banks of
1 6.-: a -having receded by this time of
So"flshy" did this story seem that a
Hartford reporter, exceptional for his
veracity, personally looked the mattsr
up. He found that the well had not
been used recently, and that when the
farmer on whose premises it, was
thought he would like a drink of cold
water tried to draw it his bucket struck
a hard substance.
Getting into the well, , the farmer
found that the top of the well was
thick with ice, which reached at least
SO feet in a solid chunk to the bottom.
The well has, performed unusual feats
in keeping ice in recent years, but
nothing so remarkable arf jhjs, -.
r.v ... ."
Notice io hereby given that the County
Court of Benton County, Oregon, hag appoint
ee the undersigned administrator of the estate
of Huldah A. Brown desceased, and Uper.
sons haviug claims against said estate will
present tbe same according to law, to me at
CorvuUis, Oregm, within six mouths from tnis
W. S, LISVILLE,
t . j o . , Administrator.
Dated September 7, 1905.
Just the Thing for Hop-Driers.
Write for Catalogue.
Pacific Pulp Plaster Co.
IPHONE MAIN 2362,
517-521, Chamber of Commerce,
R. M. WADE 8 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 "Corvallis Gazstte" of Cor
vallis, Oregon, your favorite
home weekly newspaper, and a
subscription for the year 1906
for "The New York Tribune
Farmer." a twenty-page, bigh--class,
family weekly, thoroughly up-to-date
iu everything which ad
vances the interests cf the whole
farm and household.
The two papeis coming regu
larly every week in 1906 will be
a constant reminder of the giver
and a Christmas jrift of the most
substantial character continu
ously throughnnt the year.
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vance. A special contract enables us .
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In like manner the "Corvallis
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BARBED PLYMOUTH ROCKS
Breeding hens and pullets at $1 each.
Choice breeding cocker Is. from pen
headed by my $20 Arp's pullet bred
cock bird, at from $1 to $5 each. Call
at Gallery. W. G. Emery, Barred
Rock Specialist. gotf
ALL WOOD HANDLED BY THE
undersigned iw now in this city and has
been placed in the hands of the City
Transfer Company for sale. Norwood
Trading Co. 66tf
NEW TIRES PUT ON BABY BUG
g's and go-carts, at Dilley & Arnold's.
AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE $195.00;
steam; in good condition, top lamps.
Box 461, McMinnville, Or. 87 96
J. F. YATES, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Office First National Bank Building,.
Only set of abstracts in Benton County
S. R. BRYSON ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office in Post Office Building, Corval
'OSEPH H. WILSON, ATTORNEY-at-Law.
Notary, Titles, Convevanc
ing. Practice in all State and Federal
Courts. Office in Burnett Building.
P A KLINE, LIVE STOCK AUCTION
eer, CorvalliB, 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
WASTE D 500 SUBSCRIBERS TO THE
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ceipt thereof stortd in mills and public
warehouses, or npen chattel mortgages
and also upon other classes of good se
curity. . " '
DRAFTS BOUGHT AND SOLD upon
the principal financial centers of the
United States and foreign countries,
thus transferring money to all parts of '
the civilized world.
A CONSERVATIVE general business
transacted in all lines of banking.
JB. A. OATHEY, M. D., PHYSICIAN
and burgeon. Kooms 14, Bank Build
ing. Office Hour? : 10 to 12 a. m , 1 to
t p. ni. ; Residence: cor. 5th and Ad
ams Sta Telephone at orfice and res
Itlence. Corvallis. Oregon. .
!. H. NEWTH, M. D., PHYSICIAN
and Surgeon, Office an.1 Residence, on
Main street. Philomath, Oregon.
R. D. BURGESS. M. D.
OmVe ovtr Biu-cfcleilge Funnture Store..
Office hours : 10 to 12 and 3 to 5.
MARBLE AND GRANITE MONU
meBts curbingf,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 tbe Matter of the Estate of
Mary A. Garlinghouse. deceased
Notice is hereby (riven to all Demons concerned
that the undersigned has been duly appointed ex
ecutrix of the last will and testament of Marv A.
Garlinghouse, deceased, by the County Court of'
Benton County, Oregon. AU persons having- claims
against the said estate of Mary A. Oarlinirhouse, de
ceased, are required to present the sanie. with the
proper voacners, auiv venneti as required by law,
within aix months from the date hereof, to the un
neretned at her resideuce one mile east of Monroe,
Benton Countv, Oregon, or at the office of Yates & .
Vates. Corvallis, Oreaorc.
Dated this 28th day of September. lOTS
MALINOA. P. STARR.
Executrix of the last will aud testament of Mary A.
uaruugaouse, aeceasea. tMMtt '
Jforu- - f Fiit-il hctti-mcnt.
Notice in hireb, ciw. I'a t! undent met!
executrix of tin- estate "f O E. M r ie-aei.
ha died in ibe County Court of Kenton county,,
i Tee li. her finil acc- nnt as sui-h exi-cutrix of "
sni',1 eit,., and rtia; Friday thft Mn duv of De
cember, 1905, at the hour of ten uYlock A. M.
ru-s been tixed by t-aid Court a time for hear
i: (r ohjei -ttn to mid ncount nnd tne settle
ment thereof. PEUSIS J. LINDKMAK
Executrix of the estate of C. E. Moor, deceased'
433. -Iudepenttant phone No