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Published Tuesdays and Fridays by
'. Gazette Purmshisg Company.
; ia'-scriiiflon price of the Gazette
vt-m year ;i.-ts beeu, remans
a:iun, or o per f;:t .ii-.c:iinr i
sworn to do, certain government
officials used their offices for the
sole purpose of betraying the
people their peers who made it
possible for them to become
criminals. So far there have
been many strange denouements
and without signs fail even
stranger things are due to trans
pire ere long. It looks as though
cne tail ot a - comet is e-oiner to
switch somebody pretty hard.
AS HE SEES IT.
The masses of mankind are
likely to think of the stepmother
as a fiery, pepper and acid sort Great Futiire for Oregon in Min-
v a ijiuoiuuii. xii ouiuc iii-i ng, says colonel Philips.
stances this is true just as it
may be true of the real mother.
Not long ago Vice-Chancellor
Pitney, of New Jersey, referring
to the matter of stepmothers
said: "I never knew of a step
mother who was a good mother.
There may be such instances on
Colonel J. K. Philips! now
camping with a party of prospec
tors, including nis son, $d
Phillips, formerly of this city.
writes interestingly of conditions
in southern Oregon. He savs:
All the members of our partv.
T IT . .
including tne sage
C-Come to me; 1-love, The hour gio b
- , Mate,
And, Jo, the drowsy whippoorwill
Doth murmur to his drowsy mate.
While I aai c-c-catching quite a ch-ch-
My f-f-faithful hea t for thee doth b-b-
For ne'er hath it affection lacked.
I tin would sing to thee, my sweet,
1 i. - AL J J . .
u-u-ogscnea voice 5 is
Ve-come to me, 1- !-love. My k-k-qui-
nine s gone,
Bat still my heart is t-t-t-true to yon.
My overcoat la yet in p-p-pawn,
But love is e'er the 6a Achew !
Sweet C-Q-Cupid stands b-beside me here
B-b-but, oh. he ought to g-g-get some
Then hasten with a b-b-blanket, j3-d-d
Or, dern it all, I will b-b be f-f-froze!
Real Estate Transfers.
.... 1 I 1 I 1 1 . r . j- w .
n-oru, out x Know oi none, ana myself, are well and heartv and & 11 Moore and wife to Geo
1 .:ave had some exDenence." having a verv eniovaM 1 bebrell. lots 6 and i. hlnrt oo
a. I J J J J ' WUJV 1 ' j i
,uas: ior tne coasted exper- me coys are working diligently. anu loc IZ diocjc 23, Jobs Addi
ience of Mr Pitney. Few can systematically and intelligently "013 to Corvalhs; $700.
be found who will agree that his ana reaenmg satisfactory results. O C Wheeler and wile to L A
experience has been very ex- f Vw F'uung section reck, 130 acres Noith West
tensive; in fact, it must have lc uas ,en Prospected, Monroe; $3000.
1 i- , . I in a way. Quite thoronohlv and
ueen very 11m cea, else he would one m-ht ,:oncIude fa - - -y A Nelson to M Wilhelm, 80
iiul nave maae sucn a pitiable ftrtiin rpm,;in acres bouth West Mcnroe. $nn.
1 1 j. . I " to .viuuiuiug WU11U 1UUK. 1 LI if I ' " O
uwi"aJ' U1 igiiuiaiitc. wne uas alter, hut thic 1 o A Np knn f ht txt.-iui
J J a i-Li I . vvj ilj. VV UUCIU1, U C
-' '"vix ui nuns iiicii tic- 1 .C veil iiiacer mininor n o o i (i nn n rrpc snnth xAt i t
- 1 u..u.d 11 a J 11 Ml V I 1 1 . J 1 J 111 L 1 ( 1 I I I 1 1 1 1 1 11' '
quaintances to find a stepmother reached the exhausted condition. $1.00.
who is as true a mother in every while the working of ore-bearin
sense as the real mother could rock may be regarded as just in
its incipiency. It is amazing,
though, the work which has been
done by the hvdraulio nrnrp
iinormous capital has been in
have hoped to be. As a general
thing the normal woman possess
es all the maternal instinct that
,Mt Union Cem toC A Loomis,
ry r- - s m J
oiiiot22 Mt Union Cem:
M F Tomjack and wife to T
L bparkman and wife, lots 7, 8,
For Bay 7 fo$ 7 Years Of d
Donble-Breasted J acket and Knee-Pant Suits , $2.50 to $7.50
Suits are of dark tweeds, cheviots, plain blue materials, side
vents; coats serge lined and bottom faced. -
; Double-Blasted Norfolk Suits, $2.50 to $7.50
Suits in cassimeres, unfinished worsteds, tweeds. Pants plain
or knickerbocker. style; some coats have regular pockets and
others patch breast-pocket flap.
Long-Trousers Suits, $5.00 to $10.00
Moderate price. For youths of 9 to 16. Suits are made of
tweeds, cassimeres and cheviots.
Overcoats and Raincoats, $G.50 to $15.00
These are in'the same general stvle as man's ovr c:;
gle-breasted, fly front or button through, shaped to figu're and
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PIANO FOR SALE OR RENT. 1N-
quire ot George Campbell, Corvallie.
Phone 466. '. r v . 73tf.
r OFFER FOR SALE MY ENTIRE
outfit and business consisting of 200
fowls, three incubators, one bone '
grinder, one grit grinder, one clover
cutter. Cheap if taken eoon. K. F.
D. 3, Ind. phone 3. S. II. Moore,
Corvallis, Ore. 7otf ,
HOMES FOR SALE.
WILL SELL , LOTS ; IN CORVALLIS,
Oregon, on instalment plan and as
sist purchasers to build hon,es on them
if desired. Addrees First National
Bank, Corvallis, Or.
Bzrps' Wafslihs Free
guaranteed for one year. With each $10.00 nurchase in nnr
oys department we give you a watch free.
WILL SELL MY LOTS IN NEW PORT,
ur., ior epot cash, balance instal
ments, and help parties to build homes
thereon, i: desired. Address M. S.
Woodcock, Corvadis, Or.
t ii. . ij. iuuiuiuus capital nas Deen in-
f'opWM Q ' weiareoi vested and icredlble labo ut 9, 10, 11 and i2 block E A very s
tuechnd She is not likely to forth to eather the-free onM 51 Addition to City of Corvallis:
n n I n n a hMn 4- z ii l . i m. f -
vx. Cli dim Bpoil tne posited in the gravel and sand of
uis uvr lh impene- many old as well as present water B E Humphrey to W L Ches
trable mystery of why, as her courses. For the greater oart the hire. cn .L' , tv71.
ohUrtrpn nrooA munli Kff 4-U. Kor;UnJ U i I x.xvutwt,
' iuuvn ucllci Liidll auu muui au CApeiJUcQ a3S I g tUUO.
A't- o Mm u i , ujiuru oaen
uvu u uic yuung.' uUcvc,, gcoiogy ana m w i f . '
There are many failures in the ""slry have come to the front, West P 4 7
would in all nrobahilitv hP wmcn mases tne nandling of low ,
Qcwaf ua gde ores profitable.
I DR. E. E. JACKSON, VETERINARY
eur;eon and denti9t. Resideuce li!20
Fourth etreet. Phone 389. Office .
1011 Main stieet, ptione 204. Jiive "
him a call.
role of stepmothers, but there s,cienc.e has ,ound processes
n .rrpoi- fnJlnvo 1, 4-U s"- iCa piuuuauie. in addi-
" tucv uiL- I u : .. ,
m.!nr f fh:- . tj ! lu lul& ore 15 no longer treat-
vcijr uwil. II Pdfnr ifo .;al.ia ; u j :i
iUUwjv,iuwu wilii 1LH vjrou-ilKe ver. hnt nra r
. . I J vn.iuv.iuj J1 VdlUC
iuve, possesses a single detect it is it may contain. Thic PnCc
tne maouity to see her children Oregon to rank with the
as ocners see them, to view them mineral producing states for
with an impartial eye. The step- ma"y years to come, for she is
motner, an the other hand, mav m a variety ot most valuable
a I - n
possess a sufficiency of tho ma. minerais, and . has extensive de-
Barnum Lodce Nn n TOOT?
to mrs. Hart, Jot No 226
First Add I O O F Cemeteiv;
M VanBIancom and bus to
lirnest Brant etal, 1 and 2-5
aurcs near rnnomath; $ 1,140.
xj 1. -t-v t . .
mciuci 10 r, n K.noaaes, 10
acres near Philomath; $1,450.
posits of them.
and vet not Lt , miU:D n an
.4. j- i"ngs- eise, nas depended too
ternal affection to
welfare of the child
become h inH f ife -Pon. ? rr
flftWPVPr afllr frt vr.n. . i-1 I, .. .. . ruo" JU1C
"vivn 1, j uui iiiuLiier 1 iv rni tima v,o 1
1UI "et love win never tail you. Oregon canital tnnn,i0
The next best thing is a trond entei-Drise should hr,M
stepmother, and her
worthy a warm return
ONE BY ONE.
magnificent mineral resources and i
develope them to the oreater
prosperity of the si- is and conse
quent enrichment t f Oregonians.
betide a sruiltv man
whom Francis J. Heney under
takes to br.ng to justice. Men
maysaywhal they will about
the ability of Mr. Heney as a
public prosecutor, but the fact
remains that in the matter of
the Oregon land fraud cases he
has proved himself a wonder.
Case after case passes slowly
into history and each developes
some new trait of resourceful
ness on the part of the public
prosecutor. Few , men have
proved themselves so able to re
member facts, figures, dates and
places. In ferreting out the
motives for the shady practices
01 wis tellows Mr. Heney is a
veritable "Sherlock Holmes."
It has been noticeable so far
that this gifted public official has
boon particularly diligent in get
ting after the large toads, while
there bus been c-very evidence of
-endeavor to shield men who were
forc3.1 by circumstances .mri i
ajninst thenr judgment to be
come in a measure identified
with the machinations of the de
f raudera. A square deal seems
to nave Deen the motto of Mr.
Heney in conducting the various
prosecutions to date.
The State Fair.
A report from S iem h s th is
iuc auace iiir, nor in
With choicest products of field
and garden, rau:;e an d dairy,
farm and factory, store and Icresr,
Oregon has opened an expositios'
that shows to the world th.' ver
satility of her wealth and tin
greatness of her wonderful re
sources. " To those who live here
and to an extent know something
of Oregon and her iatent and de
veloped wealth, the state fair this
year comes as a mild surprise; to
others it is a revektiou
The surroundings ai-d settings
were never more auspicious
1 hree thousand n-oni,- ,irp h.-r.
in the city ot tent, and Albert
Tozier is looki .ivf arter thtir com
forts. They call n "Toziervilje."
In the life of tV Oregon state
fair, which is aluiosras old as the
commonwealth, the main p.ivii
ion has never bn "so attractive
as this 3-ear. The cornices and
large pieces vt start statuary
orougnt irom the Lvis and
Clark exposition gives the interior
a solidity it did not possess, and
tne ceccrations th
PACTS IN NATURE.
Hot Only Do "We Get Inspiration Froa
Nature, But HeaJLth aa Well.
For peoplo who are run-down and nerv
ous, who suffer from indigestion or dvs-
fepsia, headache, biliousness, or torpid
iver, coated tongue with bitter taste in
the morning and poor appetite, it bo
comes necessary to turn to some tonic or
strengthened which will assist Nature
and help them to get on their feet and
put the body into its proper condition. It
is becoming more and more apparent t'pat
Nature's most valuable health - givir-'
agents are to be found in forest plant?
and roots. -,
Nearly forty years airo. Dr. E.V. Pi
row consulting physician to the InvHkli'
Hotel and Surgical Institute, at Buffalo, i
x. j... discovered that by scientifically
extracting and combining certain medici
nal principles from native roots, taken
from our American forests, he could pro
duce a medicine which was marvelous!?
efficient in curing cases of blood disorder
and liver and stomach trouble as well as
many other chronic, or lingering ail
moats. This concentrated extract of
.Naturo's vitality ho named "Gek'.en Mrd
ical Discovery." It puriiics the blood by
putting the stomach and liver into
healthy condition, thereby helping tl-e
digestion and assimilation of food wlr'-'?
feeds tho blood. Thereby it cures weuk
stomach, indigestion, torpid liver, or bil
iousness, and kindred derangements.
If you have coated tongue, with bitter
or bad taste in the morning, frequTt
headaches, feel weak, easily tired. sti:Lc
or pain in side; back gives out easily mi l
aches, belching of gas, consWation, or
irregular bowels, feel flashes of heat al
ternating with chilly sensations or ki"
urcd symptoms, thev point to dcrp-'-c-raent
of your stomach, liver and kid.-c"--.
wmen me "uokten Medical Di:-cov
We pay 4 on time deposits, current
rates on savings accounts, receive deposits
subjecl to check, and do a general bank
ing business '
You can have the advantages of a
strong bank at your very door by using
us your deposits. Acknowledg
ment will be sent you by return mail.
Savings accounts received from one
Open an account with us and note
how rapidly it will grow.
J. FRANK WATSON. Pridrat
R. L DURHAM. Vice President
W. H. FEAR. Secrettxy
S C CATCHINGS. Aut S,rr
B. A. OATHEY, M. D., PHYSICIAN
and Surgeon. Koome 14, Bank Build
ing. Office Hours : 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to
4 p. m . Keeidence : cor. 5th and Ad
ams 8tB. Telephone at office and res
idence. Corva.'iis. Oregon.
ALWAYS USES THE
FOR PAINTING AND PAPERING SEE
w. Xj. i-aui, ind. 488. utf
MARBLE AND GRANITE Momtt-
iHeBts; curbing made to order; clean
ing and repariDg done neatly : save
agents commieeion. Shop North
Main St.,Frank Vaniiooben, Prop, 92U
SS NECESSARY FOR
A BESiRED EFFECT
will correct more speedily and perma
nently than any other known acent. Con
tains no alcohol or habit-forming dr"rs.
All its inwrcU touts Drintod in i!si'i
ttsu on wrayiKir.
Tho sole motive for srbstitn'on is to
permit the dealer to make a little rao-o
pro.'it. IIeg:-.i:is; you lose. Accept no si-institute
for "Goidcn Iiledical Discovery."
Constinatio'.i causes and aivi-!
rainy orio;;.; closes. It is tlibrousrh.
cuw1 by Dr. j-htcr's- Pioasant pcric-"
Oa a laxative: two or tliree are eathartuC
fa Srust (fottiDrinu
I 247 Wash. St. Portland. Ore
1 so oboSfy
Starving r D-;atli.
Notice for PuDlication.
anything before attempted.
Benton, Linn. Laue. Oolnm-
bia, Marion, Jacks: a and Doug
las counties have splendid exhib
its that show i.i a itvorable wav
the vast and
One by one the guilty are be
ing gathered in and who can say. L ann var,e;
when the last case will haveinnt,ejL
been conclude 1?
volved, as have
Men of high
ave hsen in-
s naj wno were
Department of the interior;
Land Office at Koseburg- i (regon.
Sept. 6th, 1906.
.uuce!s nereaysriventhat Clinton B Fleese
ol enion. Oreeon. has filed tmti- nri.
tion to make anal five.year proof in support ol
his claim viz: Homestead Entry No. 99 made
sept. 14. 1S99. for the XEJ. Section i9. Township
, 4,5' va?se 9- W' and tlLat said Prf will b"
""" liuic inc LOUUIV l' rt rr Iff nt
ov3r!fth1 19"1S ffiCe 8t Corva'lis- Oregoa, on
He names the following to prove hiscontic-
.oiuciht: upon, ana cultivation of the
"Ti'r ""mraersic-, 01 Alsea. Oreiou.
tion, Oreson, and Eimer Taylor of Box. Oree.n
She Found Relief.
Because her omarh wap b0 weakened
by upeless driu'. injr tht gbe conld not
eat, Mrs. Marv U. Walters of St. CI ir
ot., colnmbn.- Ohio , tifis Jirerallv
Hiarvit.g 10 xeath. !he w-Ues: ' Mv
etomacli wns so pak irom tireless dint's
mat 1 rouui i.-.t ent, av,t ny r ervps s
wrecKen tnai l .on' r..t Ml.- p; ad rior
l-cvit" A was vive n no to 1 ih u-as T ii
j j , .
uucea 10 try. ive-te. linr..s; uith the
wcnderfulres .n. ti,.r iiuirvetrierit be
gan at once, mi.t a i s.uii n-te -urn folion-
e.a. isest rit-al;h iomc on earth. . 50i
Guaranteed bv Alien A Woodwaid, drnw-
JMU' SO YEARS'
presumed to do t heir part in up
holding the national honor, a
duty sacredly imposed by the
vote of their fellows. ' InstPnd
Mrs. 0:e?on of Warrington, a town
near Seaside, h. s arrived and occupies
thePurdy residence. She has three
children who will enter OAC.
Jokn Taylor arrivsd
If too are trouble vritft Ktmii
, . . - - ...... .Ci i.fiiii-
piamt and have not received hpln
this. Mrs. Mary E Hammond, Mood
lexas. . -I was iu poor health with
1 r ( "er irouoie lor over a year. Doctors
WeJnesdav from i Hirl i j j T r J . .tors
PcnJleton. to be at the bed.ile of 1 "too
brother, tTalter Taylor, at Bellefountain. ??auh f" Herbine, as it is a woniLrfni
n.K. t- -11 ... . I IlVTOP lYlA- liinn f ... -
fifrlmV tW ,t-l,;l. 8 veiy 1" a"ooagh scmewhat im- p1.i-V lwaJ8 nae it in the
OI GOing that Which they Were proved now. - - ' -".l.f;n42e: PnbJI6,h here you wish.? Sold
i. vjixtuum vorinam. -
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1 he Gazette
Is the only office in
Copvamo Z33t can
elaHvci the goods.
We Can Show4 You
IS It's a Reputation.
Ton are after, White's Cream Vermi
r.ive has a world wide reputation as the
brst of all worm dest.rovers. and for its
torn.? influence on weak and unthrifty
children. It improves their digestion,
aid8 assilllllation of their fnn,l oto u
ens their nervous system and restores
them to health and vigor natural to a
is a' 4Ifrn,ffmt a healthy, har.iy
., tlc "une s uream ver
mifuge. Sold by Graham & Wortham.
J. F. YATES. ATTORNRV.at.t aw
Office up stafrs in Zierolf Building.
Only set of abstracts in Uentoi. County
EK-;uKbON ATTORNEY AT LAW.
ymce in j-osr nmce .Building, Corval
WAiSTE n 500 STJB.SCEI13EES T0 1 HE
Gazetib ana Weekly Oreonian at
WANTED FIFTY caRi.hatis
oats at.d' wheat; will fhip frcm M-arest
R. li simioii yat iurnitl td; il.cse
not U:1 returned free. I handle
ew-ry kind of larm seed that will
jrrbw. Gi-t others' prices, then i?et
lours lor busintfB. I.. 1..
'To Cure a Felon."
Savs Sam Kenrtull. nf Pi,jii;u..
an "mot ..mm. . r . .
just cover it over with Backlen'i
Arnica Salve and the Salve will do the
rest." Quickest cure for Burns, Boi'n
!5oreH,T5cnJ(i. WoiiikIm. Pilu
5Uit llieuiri, niiaonea Hands. Snro
I L . - . ' ..V. I
mi core ,yes. Unv 'Zho nt Allo.t
T 1. . , - lJ I
l.oouwHra, aruggists. Guaranteed.
THE FIB ST JS'ATIONAT -ravi- mo
Corvallis, Oregon, transacts a general
conservative hanking busings. Loans
money on approved eeturity. Drafts
bought and soJdanimoney tranpferred
to tbe principid ities oi the United
estates, Europe and foreign countries.
General Robert E. Lee.
Offered for the Easf. hv inQ c t
as tiio irreatest (ipnra 1 t,a n-.u Onimnsnir n,..n: r,"-
, . . v tw yji nA . ....... . v v ti 1 1 i a iu nicflizo Tl ( 1 rp-
ment is the gieatesr. Lioimeit. Quicklv . ' " t0me' 69-95 ' M"wan-
ures all pains. It is within the reach of ' "z-10 ff.anl and Minneapolis,
a iA-PoiLier, Hempstead, Texas, 5bJ'45' ' Sl0nx City, Council Bluffs,
wmes: "This is to L-prtifv that Kol 1 Omaha f5(- Tot, u: T
li',i'5Snna-T;nim .i i . 1 ' ' ""cciJ" Aiu.-'-sori, i,eaven
u.u s soon Linimeut hss hppn ncu n L,.k i .
my household for years and ih, TB : ,auu ansas .45.
found to be an excellent-, l.,r,;man aie dates: June 4, 6, 7. 23 and
July 2 and 3 : A
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invention 13 probably iateii-able. Commnnica
tions strictly conadentUl. HANDBOOK onPatenta
eent free. Oldest acencv lor securing patents.
Patents taicen throneh Munn & Co. receive
special notice, without chnree, in the
A handaomely fimsfrntPl weellr. l.r.rs&tt cir
culation of any srM-i::.iii; Journal. Terms. t3 a
year; four months. SI. SoiJbyall newsdealers.
cld by Giaham & Wortham.
for Job Work
Weil Worth Trying.
W. H. Brown, the popular pension
attorney, of Pittfctield, Vt., says: "Next
t" a pension ,tne Deet thing to get is Dr
Kings New Life Pills." He writes,"
.hey keep riiy family in eplendid
health.' Quick cure for Headache,
tonstipation and Biliousness. 25c
Guaranteed at Allen & Woodward's nrncr
tember 8 and 10.
Limit going, lo days: return limit.
9o days, but not after October 31. 42tf
The Breath of Life.
acops tii covjgu and heals ltxxiga I
Its a signficant fact that the strongest
animal of its size, the gorilla, also has
the largest lungs. Powerful lungs means
powerful creatures. How to keep the
breathing organs right should be man's
chiefest study. Like thousanHa rf t h.-
Mrs. O. A. Stephens, of Port Willia ms,
Ohio, has learned how to do this. She
writes: "Three bottles of Tr v;a
New Discovery Btopped nv conch r.f t "
years and cured me of what my friends
thought was consumption r ic. ?
for throat and ung troubles'. " G uatr" '
rv p - 1 .. - v anleed by Allen & Woodward droggiee.s
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