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rive lines, or less, 25 cents for three i mrtioua, or 50 cents per mouth. j WANTED l iHKb'I t AfcH TRICE PAID FOR ail kinds of Poultry also dressed Pork. MiiitL & Boulden, Coivallis, Oregon, OeXt to ItAZBTTE offline. WAITED 5ti0 SUBSCRIBERS TOTBE Gazette ana Weekly Oregouian ,at . 2.50 per year. ' ' WANTED, SEVERAL CORDS 0j wood on subscription at tbe Gazette office. FOR SALE THOROUGHBRED BARRED PLYM outh Rork Ockerels for sale cheap at $2.00. J I. Taylor, at C. & E. cross ing. BVBY CARRIAGE FOR SALE AL most pew comhiration carriage and go art with silk nm asol and rnbber tires for sale at a bargain. Enquire at this office. SOFT-SHELLED ENGLISH WAL nuts ontyietd all other varieties. If vou desire trees write for prices and particnlarp to Bert Brooks, McMinn ville, Or , RFD No 2. FOR SALE OXE FULL-BLOOD JER Rey hull, snlijpct to register from first Hass milk ptock. Address, M. S , Woodcock, Corvallis. Or. v o REGISTERED OXFORD DOWN Rams and four half-breeds Peter Whitaker. LOST. ENAMELED GOLD PIN, WITH INI tials "P. R C." Please leave at the Gazette Office. MUSIC. PfANO INSTRUCTION -IVEN IN ny erade of advancement. Also nianos tuned and repired in fiist-class manner. Ind phone No. 405. F. A. White. ' EXPRESSMEN. 'VELL! WELL! HERK'S JOHN LEN ger. Known him 22 years Still car ries Uncle Sam and baggage. John is an accom Jiodating man and always 'an be found at his post Allen'B Drug . Store, or phone 251. AUCTIONEER P A KLINE. LIVE STOCK AUCTION eer, Corvallis, Or Office at Huston's hardware store. P. O. addrpss Box 11. Pays highest prices for all kinds of live stock. Twenty years' experience. Satisfaction guaranteed. STAGE LINE. PHILOMATH AND LSEA STAGE Stape leaves Alsea 6 :30 a. m. ; arrives t Philemath at 12 m; leaves Philo math 1 p. m., arrives at Alsea 6:30 p. m. All persons wishing to go or return from Alsea and points west can be accomodated at any time. Fare to . ' AUea $1.0J Round trip ssmeday $2.00. M. S. Rickakd. ATTORNEYS 7. E. YATES, THE LAWYER, l?oth Phones. . CORVALLIS, OR. . R. BRYSON ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in Post Office Building, Coival Jis, Oregon. OSEPH H. WILSON, ATTORNEY-at-Law. Notary, Titles, Conveyanc ing. Practice in all State and Federal Courts. Office in Burnett Building. DENTISTS E. H. TAYLOR, DENTIST. PATK lesa extraction.- In Zierolf building Opp. Post Office, Corvallis, Oregon. PHYSICIANS B. A. OATHEY, M. D., PHYSICIAN and Snreeon. Rooms 14, Bank Boud- ' 4t.m. Residence: cor. 5th and Ad am Sta. Telephone at office and res idence. - uorvauis, uregen, 3. H. KEWTH, M. D., PHYSICIAN andSuigeon, Office and Residence, on - Main street, Philomath, Oregoa. - " 'ragging Pains 2825 Keeley St., Chicago, 111., Oct,, 2, 1902. I suffered with falling and con gestion of the womb, with severe pains through the . groins. I suf fered terribly at the time of men struation, had blinding headaches and rushing of blood to the brain. What to try I knew not, for it seemed that I had tried alb-and failed, but 1 had never tried Wine of Cardui, that blessed remedy for sick women. I found it pleasant to take aud soon knew that I had the right medicine. New blood seemed to course through my veins and after using eleven bottles I was a well woman.. 1 .... Mrs. Bush, is now in perfect health because she took "Wine of Cardui for menstrual disorders, bearing down ains and blinding headaches when all other remedies failed to bring her relief. Any sufferer may secure health by tak ing Wine of Cardui in her home. The first bottle convinces the pa tient she is on the road to health. For advice in cases requiring special directions, address, giving symptoms, "The Ladies' Advisory Department," The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. E?J Reduction in Fare. O' mmenfinr Xnv. 7, ratpp between Corvallis and Portland, via C. & E Alhany, and S P. will be reduced to $2 CO, tame ps West Side rate. Tickets on sale by C & E. stent ard all offices The Corvallis azette A twice-a-week newspaper containing 1l ruliiuiks each week ol the current i.ewd of Ht-nlou Count-. Semi Weekly AH the local news ail of the tine, w ith i 1v6 jtiiiuunt of n Hceilaueuua luariet. Splendid Serials An intere tintt running every Gazette. serUl s'ory week in the 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Trade Marks Designs Copyrights &c. Anyone sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain onr opinion free whether an invention Is probably patentable.' Commnnica tlons strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents sent free. Oldest agency for securing patent. Patents taken tnronKh Munn A Co. receive special notice, without charge. In the Scientific Jltnericam A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest cir culation of any scientific Journal, Terms, S3 a year ; four months, S L Sold by all newsdealers. MUNN & Co.3B,B,oadw8' New York Branch Office. 625 F SU Washington, D. C. . : Pneumonia follows La Orlpp but never follows the ties of It stops the Cough and heals the longs. Prevents Pneumonia end Coniomption. Kb. 0. Vaobbb, of 157 Oicood Bfc, CMeua writwt "My wife had lagrippe aad iileft hm with a rai? bad eooih ee bar lanes wbieb tow's Horn am Xa ud MavetoMr, m mwm January Suggestions, Gazette Bell phbne No 341. Umbnlla work it J. K. Berry V. Olivea in bulk, at P. M. Zierolfs, , - Gazette Independent iihone No r . 433 All work guaranteed at J K BerryV. Umbrellas recovered and repiir- ed at J. K. Berry V. , along me. xeiie ruws lu a guuu uuvu.u- : ttage. Many of them, if cut down be Get your ribs fixed at JT" K. ifore they mature seeds, will be effect- Berrv's. ' Dj not fail to see P.-M. ZierolfV line of holiday china. Get your school books and ech. oi supplies at Graham & Well. Lewis and Clark at P. M.- Zierolfs. souvenir plates Si"k and woolen goods a specialty at Corvallis Steam Laundry. ' OAC souvenir Zierolfs. dishes at P. M Send your - lace curtains to Cor Aallis Steam Laundry. - Patronize home industry Cor- ; vallis Steam Laundry. - i ! Mrs. Adams, known to the ladies who frequent Newport, as a teacher of embroidery, wilt be pleased to have CBrvaliis ladies ciil at. her rooms, next door north of Prof. Lake's, where she has an assort- ment oi linens, canvas ana aesigns from seeding. An open ditch also oc no found in ' any Ftore in 'the cupies much more ground than the vwl'ev. Wednesdays, Thursdays width of the cut. There must be a a d Saturdavs. Another Good Man Gone Wrong. He nfglet-ted to take Folev's idney Cure at the first signs of kidr ey tVouble, hoping it would wear away, ana he was aoon a virtiua oi Bright'b disease. Tnere is dnneer in delay, but if Foley's Kiduey Cure is taken at once the symptoms will disappear, the kidneys are strengthened and you are roon sound and well. A. R. Bass had to get up ten or twelve times in the night and had a severe backache and pains in the ki lueys and was cured of F'o'ey's Kidney Cura. for sale by Graham & Wonham. A Wrong Impression. Editor of Gazette Dear Sir. An impression ha? gone forward that we are not rstaiiers of groce- feeds. Buckwheat huttls are not fit for iep. In order to correct this, I wish any kind of stock. They make good lit to state that we have a very fuli ,teT for Poultry house and the fowls line of groceries and Pell at letail. : pick out any good stuff in them. Farm Should it not iH convenient for ,anA Hom your readers to ah in person, thevj When Buying a Horse. can can us up as we nave noin phones. Youia truly S. L. Kline . Corvallis, Jan. 3 6, 1905. Sickening Shivering Fit of Ague and Malaria, can b relieved and cured with Electric Bitters. This is a pure Ionic medii-ine; of especial bene fit in malaria, for it exerts a true cura tive influence on the disease, driving it entirely out of the system. It is much to be preferred to quinine, having none this drug'e bad after-effects. . E. S. Munday, of -Henrietta, Texas, writeB: "My brother was very low with malarial fevei and jaundice, till he took Electric Bitters, which saved his life. At Allen & Woodward's drug store ; price 50 cents, guaranteed. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of S7 ..OCCIDENTAL HOTEL. Mrs. Julia Nixon, Proprietoriss Best up-to-date Hotel in Corvallis. Renovated and Newly Furnished. Modern Conveniences and Service. ... LSBeBWHeHLl Specla! Attention CLEANING UP THINGS. No Time of the Year Is Better Salted for This Kind of Work Than v the Preaent. During the next two months is one of the best seasons for cleaning up the farm, and in the majority of farms there is plenty of opportunity or need for this kind of work. After the plow- ; l i I 4VA ... ........ lUi v ileal- if uuiir l u r: uinuuic v.au all be cleaned out of the stables, sheds and feed lots and hauled out and scat tered broadcast on the landi intended for wheat. " The work of properly preparing- the land for the reception of the seed wilt incorporate sufficiently with the soil. Weeds may be cut down i'n tne. meadows and pastures and jually killed out. This is one of the best reasons for killing out sprouts and briars. With the exceDtion of sassafras and ner- jsimmon almost all kinds may be ef fectually killed out by cutting down reasonably close to the ground almost any time in August. With these two in nearly all cases the only safe plan is to grub out, cutting them off at least " six inches below the surface. While this plan requires considerable work, in the end it will prove much the more economical. This is so much the case that generally it will be better to thoroughly clean an acre in this way than to spend the same amount of time-and labor cutting off and buss ing a larger acreage, but doing less ef fective work. Cutting close to the ground and let ting lay until dry and then burning will kill out .many weeds, moss and sprouts, but with persimmon and sas- iiown so deep but that the roots will send up shoots next year, and in a and in short time they will be as: much in the way as ever, By keeping the farm. clear the value .s materially increased- to -say noth- ng of the better satisfaction in work ng it, N. J. Shepherd, in1 Farmers' Voice. Open Bitches Breed Weed. . Open ditches are usually weed nur series, because not one farmer in ten ever finds time to go along them and turn row on both sides or else the crop to the width of such a row is tramped down and ruined. For these reasons it pays to put in tile drains in stead cf open, ditches. A tile drain lasts forever; an open ditch, needs cleaning out every year. SHEEPFOLD AND PIGGERY. Petting sheep is almost as good as feeding them. . A hog naturally is a clean animal; man has made him dirty. . For satisfactory results in any flock, the ram must be thoroughly well bred and typical of the breed he represents. Pure water and plenty of it is relished by hogs. But don't make them drink great quantities p thin slop in cold weather for the sake of the grain; - Bet ter feed both separately. for hOEs. but thev make rather mr, economical gains on corn and wheat j a farmer, speaking of the way a preacher was deceived into buying an I unsound horse said to me the other day: ; "I was thinking how easy it is to fool a ! man in matters he knows nothing about." Buying a horse is pretty tick- lish business unless a man does know ' considerable about the animal. And ' even then it may be a good plan to get the opinion of some man who knows a i ittle more about horses than you do. Farm Journal. - "Dry Dust" for Spraying. Mr. L. A. Goodman , stated recently that spraying; was to-day a necessity with the progressive apple grower. He had been testing the merits of "dust spray," and while he did not feel qual ified to state that it was altogether an improvement over the old liquid form; yet he had seen fit to use it exclusively on an orchard of over 400 trees. Thor oughness seemed' to be the keynote to success. As to the "dust," he pro nounced it safe,,cheap, easily applied and no water hauling necessary. His formula is as follows: Lime, 20 pounds paris green, one pound; dry Bordeaux, one pound; sulphur,' one pound; con centrated lye, pulverized, one pound. The dry dust spray is without doubt rapidly gaining friends, and we will all know more about It a few months hence. Midland Farmer. to Commercial Men J The Kind You Have AJwavs in use lor ovei 30 years, Allow V7 AH Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good " are but Experiments that i-.-ifle with and endanger the health o , Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. Ib contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Xarcotift substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms, and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Winct. Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation, and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep ; The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS S7 Bears the The KM You Have Always Bought Jn Use For Over 30 Years. THE CENTAUR COMPANY. TT . H.-.-g.y.Mfliriia imilllM mi i It is a tin tul"-e containing 34 lbp. of a dy powder, like sand. Tl row a small handfnl on a'fire, and it. puts it out in wo seconds. It is the cheapest thing in the way of Fire Insurance ev r invented. Ca!l and see one at the Ccrvsllis Gazette office. ' Agents 3 : . ; ! .Q-oi f i re p. i 1 Os 'Of-.kJ ' Q S . &n I 5s h P'SS.ij ' m o I J C I I OX , re" HOTEL GORVMLU&.A J. C. HAMMEL, Prop, HEADQUARTERS FOR H 1 1 1 i I XpPlIPllX Poultry ncBforwnr,s1l1 IIU Ifl L Vis Is lllsl 1 W pfeiaurriSgifingourellBDle inform- tlon: also showing yon oyer the conaty AMBLER & WATTERS, REAL ESTATE, LOANS. INSURANCE VIRGIL E. WATTERS, CORVALLIS. : . HENRY AMBLER, PMILOSaTH. Bring your Job Work to the Gazette Office. Bought, and which lias been. nas borne the signature of - and hps been made under bis per tf RfMi nl tnnon'icinn cinft ta i t1i tw.v no one to deceive you in this. Signature of MURRAY STREET, NEW VORR CITV. ii11H Mil I IMW Ml IT 111 I Ifl anted Wouldn't you he glad if you could gefe a responsible Fire Insurance Company to inanre yonr buildings for" $3.00 per "year? That is just what you do when you buy one of those handy fire fighters adopted by the U. S. Government and Wanted Leading hotei in Corvallis. Newl-Z furnished with modern conveni ences. Rates $1 $1.25- $2 er day - v COMMERCIAL MEN.