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THE CORVALUS GAZETTE
Published Tuesdays and Fridays by
Gazette 1'ubi.13Hin-o Company.
The s'-.hsc r:''t:on r.rie of the Gazetts.
i-r -verdyf-irs lias been, and remains
$2 per annum, or : per e.nt. d scoant if
pai s in adva-u-e. This pa ht will be
cantitiut-l '1 arrearages are pail
SOWING THE SEED.
lect of parents has
yiri straying- in-
rhi. O i UiH there is no doubl,
and that such cases are common
in every village, town and city is
another iaeor.trovcrtible fr.
Every day, to every town, can
be and girls of. all ages
roaming about the streets, enter-
j-ior whres of badness, handling
wares of more or less value, and
f.'emieotlv the temptation is so
t r ceipts were $9.19.
Doke Gray was one from Bea- T , . - , - "
rv , , ., Judging from these post office
ver Creek who witnessed the ball . .
at Grange Hall. figures, which show the financial
We hone to have Rev. wnd J condition of a town better than
with us next hundav, Nov. o I nearly any other one thing can,
ioorvains is cerfmiy growing
and in a decidedly healthy -financial
Mr. Ireland and son visited I
Corvallis last Tuesday and Wed
nesday. Mr. Gove's men folks have
gone to help Mr. Ish and Steph
ven? out of theit trouble with
We hear there is tslk of g;t
tio up a petition on Beaver
Creek ioi the pur&yr?- of build
ing a road ot
Nursing Mothers and
In all stations of life, -whose vigor and
vitality may have been undermined and
broken -down by over -work, exacting
social duties, the too frequent bearing of
children, or other causes, will find in Dr.
Pieree's Favorite Prescription the mcst
potent, invigorating restorative strength
giver ever devised for their special bene
fit. Nursing .mothers wlHJind it especial
ly valuable 'sustaining heir strength
and promot;ngn abundant nourishment
for the rhild. xpVctant -smtfefirs too
will find it a pricelessHjeWplHpre the
system for baby's coming and reixjN-ing
the ordeal comparatively painless? It
-,L-kn 7."-' "' in.inv Mi'lf. Iir ClMHllLIfJll
oLthe femaie system,
Delicate, nervous, weak women, who
is t bus handled
doidy ;-iVs tot'h overwhelming
desire fur possesion and the ar
ticle i- slipped into a pocket.
Will; v no previous
tho-.i rht ' c:x"mitt;n;r a
that a youtn saa-
arted on the
dowu :vri and his descent is
often -apirl thereafter.
Girls, u. . , who should be kept
under the mother's eye until old
enough to possess stamina of
character svu'kdent to overcome
temptation y are all too frequent
ly seen oil the r.treets at night
with u vide-sinr. hie companions and
oft on with young boys of their
o.vn aye. and while the mother
gss to lodye, lecture or card
the nr. goes to uestruc-
tion ov the attractive
that are always invitingly near
She mother and
uejjinntrsg; ct a ro:nt n;.'
raid 'and coming through the
hills to the creek nepr Jess
Starr's. The road is sadlv in
need of it as it is a veTv b d to
dr:v a balky horse up Gates
hill and it is real disaprer.th!
f. , rn. . surrer irom ireouent headaches, back-
,v" "uu8 lo go acout nehe, drasglng-down distress low down
in the abdomen, or from painful or irreg
ular monthly periods, gnawing or dis
tressed sensation in stomach, dizzy or
faint spells, see imaginary specks or spots
floating before eyes, have disagreeable,
pelvic catarrhal drain, prolapsus, ante
version or retro-version or other displace
ments of womanly organs from weakness
of . parts will, whether they experience
many or only a few of the above symp
toms, find rHirf and a permanent cure by
using faitlit';;!ly and fairly persistently
Dr. Pisreo.'s Favorite Prescription.
This world-famed speeiric for woman's
weaknesses and peculiar ailments is a
pure clvceric extract of the choicest na-
, tive, medicinal roots without a drop of
j alcohol in its make-up. All its ingredi
: ents printed in plain English on its bottle-
wrapper ani" attested under oath. Dr
so much on foot.
Mrs. Daniels has had anothe
quite bad spell with her he:J
"Oregon should have a law de
fining water rights and water
titles and preventing : the monop
olizing of her water rivers by
at hand f. - t'r
It i- weii i'o
atl.cr to Lav.' their leisure hours jJ,8ht bIong to the whole people,
and 1 heir mental recreation after d the right to use the waters
th- d ' wo-'; is done; bat the ,or ?ow.er a; . commercial pur-
...--.nI -liMi!fl Ua ni'iwifipn ' . . . t iiictu d
'ua.'iv; (ic.ii.'u- uuum 1 j il'rttichlSC,
"As the sfate grows and de
velops her water power will be-'1 Pierce thus invites tho fullest investisra
nAn r,( : I !on. of iis "nula knowing that it will
resoufces in the state, and actba
looking to the conserving of
these invaluable sources of wealth
should not be delayed.
"Title to water rights should
be just as certain and just as de
finite as the law admits of title to
"The people of Oregon should
be warned in time, for capital is
interested in this state, and it is
only a question or time, unless
preventive legislation is enacted,
that the vast water power of the
state will he gobbled up bv
j private monopoly.
In addition to a large and complete
stock of Drugs and Medicines we have a
fine assortment of holiday- goods, such as
Choice Perfumes, Toilet Articles, Fine
Stationery, Books, Musical Instru
ments and Pyrograph Outfits.
We also have the famous Edison
Phonograph, the wonder of the age,
with complete line of records, nothing
better for a holiday gift.
A call at our store will afford you
pleasure and profit.
Prompt attention to mail orders.
Fifteen words or less, 25 cts for three
mecessive insertions, or 50 :ts per
month; for all op to and including ten
Additional words. cent a word for each
For all advertisements over 25 words,
t ct per word for the first insertion, and
i ct per word for each additional inser
ion. Nothitig inserted for less thaa 25
IxKige, society and church notices,
her than strictly news matter, will be
?s. J3 7?5V
35 is via u a a 12
HYCSSE1 CURES CATASH.
be found to contain only the best agents
Known to the most advanced medical
science of all the different schools of prac
tice for the cure of woman's peculiar
weaknesses and ailments.
If you want to know more about the
composition and professional endorse
ment of the "Favorite. Prescription.'' ead
postal card request to Dr. li. V. Pierce,
mimuo, a. l., ior i.is Tree booklet treat- ! . T ,
in!T of same. j No matter how severe or chronic your
You can't afford to accept as a. surwti- j caiatrh may be, Graham & Wells have
tute for this remedy 7.v...-i(--.ewjti(Niti. o mn.-.h faith in the power of Hyomei to
a secret nostrum of isnknown oumpobir core the disease that they will "givey u
Cos's Ns?h;itg Unless It Gives Relief
Sc!d Uiidsr Susrar.lee.
tion. Don't do it.
Eggs per dozen
Batter, creamejry per roll
" countiv per lb.
potatoes, per bushel
waters of the state of ' Spring chickens, live -
ui the same time.
;. l.i neyleet the
or bor or a 'low
faby b. ii
of nv'!- .
i ' f
" " '
... w,i ,V1
a . i v. i ,
and should be reub
ed as such."
These are some of the suees
tioas oflCiwood Mead, of Wash
ington, D. C, chief of the irri-
at rig !.- iiration an a d ra iuao-e tm-Mtioa.
, . . a-
".son.j Hons bvig conducted by the D.-5-roat-
jp.r'meut of Agricultinv, who is
is to!in fortlaud this week to meet
,i ; w.t.j tiie ioara ot i iaae.
At this time when an open
inver is so much discussed in the
Vailey, the suggestions of Mr.
T;:03. ! Me sd seem peculiarly timely.
Unless these water nphis are
their personal guarantee that the remedj"
will cost you nothing unless it cures.
Tli .re is no stomach doting with Hy
omei; siniplv breathe its medicated heal
ing, and all catarh:il geims will he kih
edi and the irritated mucous membrane
soothed and healed.
A complete Hyomei outfit costs but $1,
Favorite tonic is White's Cream Ver
mitiiJe, the cure for worms and all chil
dren's diseases. It not oniv kills the
worms, but removes the slimeand mucus
in which they build their rjests. Its ac
tion cn the child is mild aud leaves him
in a healthy condition. Joe Daniel. Sur
mac, Tenn., says that he gave oce of his
children White's Cream Vermifuge when
the doctor thought it had colic and from
the first dose tiie child' pased 73 worms.
Sold by Graham & Worthami
Worth doing is worth doing well. If
vou wish to be cured ol Rh
whi:eif extra bo'.Pes tf Hyomei are ) Ballard's Snow Liniment inrl von will he
needed they can be bought lor 50 cents, "weii cured." A po.-itive" cure for
making it the most economical treatment , Sprains, Neuralgia, Bruises, Contracted
for catarrh. K-me-nher that Hy.imei Muscles and d! the ills that il-sii is heir
v.osts nothing unless it euros, as it is ! o. A G. M. Williams, Navasota, Texas
guaranteed by Graham & Wottham. writes:
. . !TlinM5ncoilQ?rtiTT;-: c
i.ciuu i-iiiimeDt ior sprain
HOMES FOR SALE.
WILL SELL LOTS IN CORVALLIS,
Oregon, on instalment plan and as
rst purchasers to build homes on them
if desired. Ad !rrS3 J'ir-t National
Bank, Corvallis, Or.
iVILL SELL MY LOTS IN NEWPORT.
Or., for epot cash, balance instal
ments, and help parties to build homes
hereon it desired. Address M. S.
'ccd:o.k, Ocrvailis, Or.
fiiirgiciQ ; H i denti.,!. Fesic'ep vr
Hi Due c!a. cte
phone -0i. -.v-
urtli 1 ti :rt.
;.ai 1 cai'.
Al'fiEY, M. D., PHYSICIAN
utia fc.i.-?eon. Koomel4, Bank Bui ld
i ng. C iice Hours : 10 to 12 a. m , to
i p. 111. Residence: cor. 5th and Ad
ams t?ts. Telephone at odice and res
tascce. OorvaJiia, Oregon.
FOR PAINTING AND PAPERING SEE
v. al,. l'aui, lnd. 48 j itf
MARBLE AND GRANITE MONTH-
meuts; curbing made to order; clean
ing aud reparing done neatly: save
agent's commission. Shop " North
Main St., Frank Vauuoosen, Prop, g-Jtt
The best bakr ever in Corvallis ' e.(J aaklejand it gave the best of eatisfac-
io Vopsburg, at Small 'rf Bakery.
tion. 1 aiways keep it in the ho.ise.
Sii d by Graham & Wortham.
High grade goods a specialty. I
A T?T TT .IT'
X Wii! I
Foreign and Domestic Groceries.
Confectionery, cigars, tobacco, woodware,
.. tie and sug-
looked after and
n it L
Megon people may in the
' I future cnT.if rw,.-i f 1 n
tiielic feature is """ lueuuvc-n-
" . '. T , i fences and losses than are at nrpc.
iiviiinn rr fun ' ... -
willow.vare, stoneware, cutlery, notions.
I fishin? tackle, ground bone, oil cake meal
I grass seed, bee supplies, e J
Why Mot Use Electric Lights?
J. F. YATES, ATTORNE Y-AT-LAW.
Othce up stairs in Zierolf Building.
Only set of abstracts in Benton County
11. PRYSON ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Viiice in I'ost Office Building, Corval-t-:t,
tfni3 I Urn U
eat being suffered.
tiie -e py;
nHrv -h-'ls and I HSUS SHOW 0 SPIRIT Y.
i' .. .. i - - ..1 r
.:.ei :is sitiuuiu ,
i.iLe to seek the
s were apparently
bisr busy, crowd-
Mail orders promptly filled.
! Past Office Receipts and Rura I j
R ute Business.
H a m
i mi tasE !; r i s t?? g -- " x
ll!ik:;.-wn n i.r..' h
771 ii t
el -'a y ve ,b and. who knows vtIV moncn snows an in- J
b it ib'it soaie .v'Lre. in a little : crease in the receipts of the local j
co ml i v to wn or out on a ranch, a ! post oTlcs- November was a big j
mo'h, r has be-n waking patient-1 month notwithstanding the fact ;
lv for l!u-ir return? From the'that ths bus:nes3 was hindered:
peaceful. even way of the ' to some exten by the bad wea-1
co ;nL;-. bine to the hurry t.her' The roceiPts of the office '
a:iJ rc;h of a city street; from a from the sale of stamps, stamped
hon. where everyone was a envelopes, etc., amounted .to;
friend to a- iodeing house where ' a92- I
there was not a friend-and the , The carnar routei of which;
unhappv storv is told over and ;tjiere are Ur runnin? oufc of !
over arain. ' Corva Iis. ar increasing their
business regularly each month. '
And S2;:druff Ertdteatsr
Beaver Cre.k Notes
IL D itriels transacted busi
Corvallis last. Saturday.
Cj eaon visited
Prise, - Fifty Gents
November shows that altogether !
17776 missives were delivered by !
the respective carriers, and let- i
j ters collected 3459. j
The receiDfcs for r.hp fnnr
1 VlSltOU , , . I Ths VonaUM. j
iiiends Sitnrday and Sunday on - rouces nom tne sale 01 Stamps. wwu.u mpany
his return home tram Hellefouu- 1 an stamped envelopes, amount-i CorvaSHs, Oregon ot
tain wh'.re he spent Thanksiv- 1 ed to $64.93. ! ;
iag. : Koute 1 carried by C- W, Le-
lvddie Starr went to Harris-! Vee delivered 3395 piece? of mail,
burg, Wednesday, to his grand- and collected 511 pieces; sales on
father's, to spend Tiiauksgiviug this route were 1943.
with his many friends and rsla-' On route 2 carried by 0. B.
11 ve3" 1 Connor, 3932 pieces were deliver-
Mr. and Mrs. George Gove ed and 6159 collected, The sales
and Mr. and Mrs. Pratt Gove and J amounted to 12.14.
babies spent their Thanksgiving j Route 3, H. M. Cummings-car-day
with Mr. Woods of Oak ;rier, delivered 635 pieces and
dge j collected 1833. The receipts
Mr. ana .Mrs. Datty went to , were ?34.2.
Three roars north of Hotel Cor
va:!is. Give me a call.
P- SWAEB, Prop,.
s. r. asif
Stop Eoratchinj; matches or. jour wall.
Tnose streaky match scratches look
mighty bad on anjywall. lint as long as
you coutimij to use gaa or oil you'ye got
to ug3 mstehes.
Th? "matohlss li?ht" is the electri,: WANTED 500 live geese before
lht.a simple twist of the wrist do?s if. the first cf Novem!er . Call or ad-
Ue are improving ani peifectinp; etir i df.-t-a S:.nith & B mid.n, Corvallig
lighting service in this city and can givejO.egon. 8ftf
bttter service lor Jess money than ever
in the history of the city.
The cost of wiring has been reduced
until it is within reach of all.
If you would like to know more about
it, call on us in our new etnee opposite
the O. J. Blacklf.dge furniture -store or
phone as, lnd. Phoae 459.
Willamette Valley Co.
G. A. Chun, M-r.
WANTKD A MAX, WITHOUT STOCK
toitnia dwell mk adjoining Oorvaliis
who is a kind sirocd workman with a
team of horses.
WA S I E D 500 SUBSCRIBERS TO THE
CVa.kttk and Weakly Oiegonian at
Notice ta Lti doers,
WANTED Sixty tons of clean
vetch seed, and oats in car lots
io.-sci c-rs at nearest railroad station.
Wantt-d clean Italian and English
XOTK'E IS II K RE BY (UVEX that th Cmn-iltvt! CrafcS Sfcfcd. Cdu fill liisii .aim.
mittee on Streets ami I'uljhc Building's of the ' I . , , , , .
-(ton counm os the cit of eorvaiis inllUjc tu!lie w,t!l cleaner tuid grind-
receiveDiastintil'Sno'clocltp. m. of Mondav, er to dean f jr I dimei Rfir rtilp
the lWh. day of lerob?r Iskw tor tle improi'- i u. uimws r or oaie .
ments of each Of the following strt-ets .n p r. j VOUUg COW, Will brt fr;S 1 BJOli, $25"
tions within said City of Corvallis, to-wii : I f-vr-'hl hnra f ,r ol .....l t
Fourteentn btreet irom the center ol'Snuih cu:ui uaut;. i.
Street to a point opposite the Nortr-st corner h. L'KOOKS. Phone 155 Mountain
THE TIME SAVED
their old heme iu the mountains
last Sunday to get a breath of
Route 4, carried by J. A. Daw
son, delivered 3809 - pieces and
collected 480 pieces. The re-
If or Sale. 30,000 acres of I-nd
in Lmco'n Hd Benton duntiee
Oregon, u. ii g tbs C. & E. R R ,
known as K -ad Lands, .los 0.vi,e ...
by an Eastern Cmipv-v. For
prices an.i tertus, cab or'addri-ss,
L II. Fieh, Wee: .: Agent, Albany
money bv buvintr tonr
watches and jewelry of Matthews'
the optician and j weler. 84if
Taken op by nndf rtirned at my place
5 -rales southwest cf Philomath on the
Wagoner place on October 29, '0G one
Holateiu cow brand O. on left hip blind
in right eye. J. H. Owene, Corvaihs Or-
Ch e p is 17 km km b)
This Popular Columbia Risrer Route
Franklin was ri'ht when he said,
"Lost timers never found again." The
O. R & r. in addition to giving
yon 200 miles along the insftehleFs Col
umbia Hi ver, saves you 7 hours to Chi
cago. It is the
hort Line to Lwi-ton.
Short Line io Talouse country.
Ktiort Line to .Sot.kane
Short Line to the Couer d'Alene coun
try. Short yine to Salt Lake City.
Short L'as to Denver.
' h.3 Line t- Kansas City. ;
Short Lioe to Omaha.
Short Line to Chicago.
Short Line to all points East.
Three trains ea6t daily, 9:30 a. m., 6:
15 p. m. and 8 :15 p. m. The "Chicago
Portland Special" is as fine as the finest.
Every comfort of heme.
For particulars ask aay agent of the
Southern Pacific Company or write
General Passenger Agent, Portland," Or.
oj oi iu in 13HM.-K inirieeu la JuOn auditi'in to
Center Street from the center of Eleventh
Street to center of Fourteenth Street.
1) pot Street from the Center of Oas Stre:t t i
the center of Maple street.
Oak Street f;om the North Pide of theCounty
road leading to Philoicsrh Northerly to the
Corvallis and Eastern r.aiiroad comuauv's
Of:k Street from the Corrnllis and Eastern
Railrotid company's track N ortherly to tne cen
ter of Adams Street.
Adams Street from the center of Ninth Street
Westerly to the center of Oak Street.
Tenth Street from the North side of Washing
ton Street to the center of Jefferson.
Van ISuren S;reH from center of Fifteenth St
to the tenter of K'uhteenlh Street, extended.
Eachof'-uch improvements to be made in
the manner spd-itied, and to be commenced
and completed w. thin the time limited by the
ordinance of said city providing for such i:n
proveireut, pas.'cd the Common Council on the
26th. day of October lyoti, reference to which is
No bid? will be received except separvte and
distinct bids fort' e making of each of the
aforesaid improvements, ani etich bid must b
accompanied by a certified check upon some
responsible bank iu a sum equal to one half of
me amount. 01 sucn oia, and payable to iheor
'HE Fli: NATIONAL BANK OF
Corvallis, regoti, transacts a general
conservative banking business. Loans
mony on approved security. Drafts
bought and told and money transferred
to the principal cities of the United
States, Europe and foreign countries.
Notice to Creditors.
der of the Pli Jnd nf i,i 7" -V .. ,. . u.. VL ' . r ' ' " ,a' .-
. l . , r .j -w.v ..(. ui wnaiiis i uci ii iniii. t;it; uuuei siirneu nag oeen dulv atiointf.f1
which shall be held to prote -t the city of the Kxecutrix of the last will and testament of lame
?,lV"ty owners "ffeyted thereby from loss or P. Mi; Bee, deceased, by the County Court ot n-
Subscnbe for the Gazette.
tori County, Oregon All Demons havino-
ajrainst the estate of said-James P. MtBee, deeeas
ed, are hereby r quired to present the same, with
proper voucher- tiirrefor, duly verified as by law re
quired, within si. n.ouths from the date hereof
aforesaid. All bids received or "J" - i X"'' .JK'" S.".? '""J-valhs.
U COUUCll Ol SMld Cltr at a rami . a in T... T.. ..-1 .77 .
damage on account of the failure' of stieh bidder
to enter into coutrac with the citv and give
bond as require ! by the ordinances aforesaid.
BiJs for the making of any of the forgoing
Sfj-X t i J j LUO oniee 01 ine
Police Judge, ot said city within the time
the Common Council of said Citv at a regular
meeting to be held Deeemi,oi- mt inoc f -.
o clock p m.
The rirht is reserved to reject an- nd all
bids deemed unreasonable.
Dated November 13th., 1906.
J B. Irvine,
G. A. Covell.
., . Frank Francisco,
Committee on Streets arid Publi- Buildings
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
attorne)s, in the Pobtoftice Building, Corvallis Ore
Dated at Corvallis, Oregon, this 21st day of
IVA MAY MCBF-E,
Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of Tames
P. McBee, deceased. 78t(
for Job Work
Foley's Kidney Cure
v?m tfdaeya an ldder right.