The daily gazette-times. (Corvallis, Benton County, Or.) 1909-1921, September 04, 1909, Image 3

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    The City
and Vicinity
Watch Kline's ads. Something spec
ial every day.
Wm. Butchek was given sixty days
in the Salem jail for stealing a bicycle.
Butchek was arrested here by Chief
Wells Wednesday.
Acme Quality Paints and Floor Var
nish that wears at A. L. Miner's.
Mrs. Agnes Whitely, of Victoria, B.
C, has rented the Tedrow house on
South 16th street and wil 1 educate sev
eral children at O. A. C.
Complete outfits for camping parties
at Blackledge's furniture store. 8-3-tf
Mrs. W. A. Cox, of Woodland, Cali
fornia, is now a resident of Corvallis.
She is the stepmother of the Cox who
made quite a reputation in O. A. C.
football circles last year.
For Sale Stringless beans for can
ning purposes; superfine. S. B.- Bane. J
Mrs. H. R. Davis and daughters, of
University, Park, Portland, are now lo- i
catedin the Marshall Miller place at the
corner of 5th and Adams. Mr. Miller
has moved to his residence across the
street from the Star theater.
Going hunting? Get your guns and
ammunition at Heater & Harrington's.
Dr. O. B. Long, who came here a
short time ago with the idea" of locat
ing permanently, decided that this sec
tion is entirely too healthy, so left to
day for Seattle. Dr. Long was at La
Grande Tenn., before coming here.
He is one of the Garrett Long family,
a fine young fellow whom it would have
been pleasant to have here, but he had
to go to some place where people die.
Eat Golden Rod Flakes,
They are better for breakfast,
Than old-fashioned corn cakes,
And five minuets time,
Is all that it takes
At Kline's. 6-12-tf
One of the Taylor Bros., of Medford,
is in the city looking after speculative
opportunities. He came as a prospec
tive buyer of the big prune orchard
north of this city, but found the crop
sold and this changed plans. It is said
that Mr. Taylor's apple crop at Med
ford last year averaged $1000 per acre.
He was here last fall and negotiated
for orchard land south of this city, but
failed to take it. Since that time the
land has been cut into five acre tracts
and can not be bought at treble the
price of last year. w
For Sale A bird dog and gun. " Tele
phone 204, 9-2-5t j
Work on O. A. C.'s new athletic field
will begin next Monday, B. S. Taylor
having a contract to finish it by Sep
. tember 15. He will level a space 275x
450 feet and cover 180x350 feet with
sawdust. After the beginning of
school a special holiday will be given
and the students will build a high board
fence entirely around the new place.
The new field will be located north and
west of Waldo Hall, next to the C. &
E. railroad, a portion of it on the
ground just acquired from M. S. Wood
cock. It is believed the new field will
be superior to the old.
See Kline's Saturday night special
on first page. a - '
D. B. Taylor starts hop-picking Sat
urday, Sept, 4. Still room for a few
more pickers. 8-31-5t
Miss Myrtle Burnap and Misses Juan
ita and Modesta Rosendorf, leave to
morrow for Seattle.
Sporting goods, bicycles and fishing
tackle at Heater & Harrington's.
"Dad" Stewart is busy fitting up the
room lately occupied by A. L. Miner,
for his eating house.
Phonographs and all the newest re
cords at Heater & Harrington's.
Miss Bertha Angell, of Moers, N. Y.,
is here with her brother, Director E. D,
Angell, and wjll enter O. A. C. this year.
Dr. Butler was called and found the
child very weak, but it is thought that
unless complications set in the little one
will live.
To Let Housekeeping and furnished
rooms. 520-S-Fourth street. 9-2-t5
Evan P. Hughes, pastor of the First
Congregational church, and his family
returned last evening from a month's
outing at Elk City.
Wanted 25, 30, or 50x100 foot busi
ness room on Second street between
Adams and Jackson, or on Madison be
tween First and Fifth. Will take long
lease on new building, or old if prop
erty is desirable. Willing to offer good
inducement for new building. Call at
this office.
Razors, safety and the other kind.
Largestline at Heater & Harrington's.
Miss Florence Bowden, who was
elected a teacher in the public schools
at a special meeting of the board on
Thursday, brings an excellent record
for preparation and experience. She
graduated from the regular course of
the Oregon State Normal School in 1906,
afterwards completing an advanced
course in the same institution. She was
a member of the Independence public
school 'corps for two years, meeting
with the greatest success. Last year
she was a critic teacher in the State
Normal at Monmouth and has just re
signed her position in the Monmouth
public school, where she was to receive
$65 per month, in order to accept the
Corvallis place. -Miss Bowden is also
highly proficient in music and drawing.
For Sale Sewing machine in first
class condition; also one dining table
and chairs. See J. G. Morris, 123-N.
Third street. 9-4-2t.
The condemnation proceedings inau
gurated by the O. A. C. Board of Re
gents against M. S. Woodcock, for the
purpose of securing land south of
j Waldo Hall, have been called off.
Rather than be placed in the position
of apparently fighting the college, an
institution he says he has favored here
tofore in every way possible, Mr.
Woodcock decided to take several
thousand dollars less for his property
than he considers it worth, hence the
cessation of legal activities. While the
papers have not yet been signed by all
parties, the G.-T. understands from
Mr. Woodcock and the college people
that the matter is definitely settled.
The property aluded to comprises about
forty lots south of Waldo Hall which
Mr. Woodcock valued at about $17,500.
We Use Scien
tific Instruments
To determine the needs of your eyes
There is no guess work about our
examinations. They are just as ac
curate as trained skill and experi
ence can make them. They cost you
nothing so you certainly ought to
have the benefit of them, if you have
any eye trouble at all. They mean
the proper glasses, the only kind
you can afford to wear.
E W, S. PR ATT, Jeweler and Optician
New Tailor-made Suits
just in and are now on
display in all sizes for
Ladies and Misses
Is a favorite material
for the serviceable suit and
is especially adapted for
school wear,
Beautiful line of scarfs,
ties and muffs, the new zaza
and rug muffs with ties to
To match in color the
suits. Made of finest qual
ity messaline,
Silk Taffeta Waist, plain
tailored style, tucked front,
back and sleeve. An extra
, 142 Second Street
Ministers Decide to Take Up Individual
Work Services Tomorrow.
These Garments for Ladies and Misses
are of excellent quality. The styles speak
for themselves and the prices are really
less than, the cost of material and making.
Henlzle & Davis
Wanted Experienced clerk at Palacet
of Sweets.
H. C. Hetzel has just arrived from
the Alsea country, where he has been
camping pratically all summer.
For Rent Furnished house, last
house on Monroe street, four blocks
west of Mechanical building. Inquire
of Geo. G. Booco at the house.
W. R. Boone, of the 0. A. C. School
of Music, went to Portland today to
play at the First Congregational church
tomorrow. Mr. Boone played at the
Centenary Methodist church last year
and made such a reputation that he was
offered twice the salary at the other
church, and accepted. He will have
charge of the choir work and handle the
fine organ at the1 First Congregational.
Gilbert, the Freshman who made
such a favorable impression in O. A. C.
football circles last year, is already in
the city, and Director Anerell names
him as one of the likely candidates for
the first team this year. Gilbert nlav
ed at quarter last year and in the
r reshy game made two goals from the
field, a rather remarkable Derformance
for a beginner. He went to Chemawa
with the second team and injured his
foot there, but has recovered from
this and has broadened out in a masmi-
ficent way. He may make good as s
candidate for quarter on the first team
In the new Armorv. O. A. C. students
will have the greatest indoor college
athletic track m the United States
The new Armory covers mora crround
than any athletic building or drill hall
at any of the bie eastern colleses. It
will be possible to Drovide therein
race track requiring but six laps to the
mile. Director Angell proposes to take
advantage of . this by arranging a col
lege relay tournament, and a college
circus, about the middle of the year.
For the tournament he will invite the
speedy men from all colleges of the
West and expects to have some great
doings. The college circus will prove
an innovation and a hummer.
The partnershig of Johnson and John
son, owners of the Toggery, Corvallis.
Oregon, has been this day dissolved.
R. C. Herron having acquired the in
terests of J. C. Johnson and B. W,
Johnson in the business, which will be
hereafter conducted by C. V. Johnson
and R. C. Herron, under the firm name
of Johnson & Herron. The latter
firm assumes and the liabilities of the
business. .
Johnson & Johnson.
- Johnson & Herron
Corvallis, Ore., Sept, 1, 1909 9-3-10t
The Gazette-Times 60c per month.
The union seryices carried so success
fully through the summer months end
ed last Sunday, and the Ministerial As
sociation has decided that the various
churches shall take up their individual
work tomorrow. According to Secre
tary N. D. Wood, the time for holding
egular Sunday evening service will be
changed back from 7:00 and 8:00 to 6:0
and 7:30. Members of all churches
should take note of the change and make
it a point to be at service one-half hour
earlier. The Union services ran alone?
smoothly and proved generally satis
factory to the church-going public. The
ministers feel that the union serviee is
a success.
Evan P. Hughes, the pastor, returns
from his vacation this week, and on
Sunday, Sept. 5, the following schedule
of services will obtain: 11 a. m., morn
ing worship. Sermon by Mr. Hughes
on "The Gospel and Sensationalism:
Does the Former Need the Latter?" 10
m., Bible School, Superintendent,
Prof. A. B. Cordley; 7:00 p. m., Devo
tional Hour of the C. E. To these ser
vices everyone is most cordially invited.
Preaching services will be resumed at
the Presbyterian . church tomorrow
morning and evening by the pastor, J.
R. N. Bell. Morning topic, "Some Sea
side Reflections;" evening topic, "Ac
quired Power. " Some vacation inci
dents will be noticed. Sunday School
at 10 a. m.; Endeavor at 6:30 p. m.;
Prayer meeting on Thursday evening at
7:30 p. m. Everybody invited to all of
these services. Preaching in the eve
ning at 7:30.
Evangelical Church, corner of Ninth
and Harrison streets. E. E. McVicker,
the pastor, having returned from his
vacation, will take up the regular church
work tomorrow. Preaching at 11 a. m.
and 8 p. m. Morning subject, "The
Christless World;" evening, "Shall
Many be Saved?" Sunday School at 10
m. ; -K. L. C. E. at 7 p. m.; Bible
study and. prayer meeting Wednesday
evening at 8 p. m. A welcome to ev
eryone at all services.
The pastor, D. H. Leech, having re
turned from his vacation, will preach
Sunday, both morning and evening.
There is a change in the time of the
evening services. Epworth League will
meet at 6:30 p. m. and preaching ser
vice at 7:30 p. m.
Rev. J. D. Whirry, Colpartem Mis
sionary of the American Baptist Publi
cation Society, will preach at the Bap
tist church Sunday morning at 11 a. m.
All will be interested who can come.
Services Sunday in the basement of
the Christian church. Bible School at
10 a.m. ; preaching and communion at
11 a. m.
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L I, MORGAN, Principal
Individual and class instruction. Bookkeeping, Office Methods, Type
writer Bookkeeping, Chartier and Universal Shorthand.
5 v me ror i erms
By Patronizing; Mrs. J. Mason's Spec
ial Benefit Millinary Sales.
Occidental Lumber Co.
Successors toj
Corvallis Lumber Co.
We are here to supply your needs in the Lumber line. Please
call on J. B IRVING for information and prices. And take
notice that if we have not got exactly what you want we will
get it for you.
G. O. BASSET r, Local Mer.
The Best Paint
There is no better paint made for appearance and
durability than
Acme Quality Paint
Specially prepared for exterior and interior use.
i- Miner
Second Street, Near Palace Theater
Benton County Lumber Co.
Manufacturers of all kinds of
Fir Lumber, Mouldings, Cedar Posts,
Sawed and Split. Gedar Shakes
Dealers in
Doors, Windows,- Lime, Brtcic Cement,
Shingles, etc -
Glass Jars, All Kinds, at
Mrs. J. Mason, the milliner at Third
and Monroe streets, is going to donate
ten per cent of her daily sales to -the
respectivechurches in the city, begin
ning Monday, September 20, and giving
the benefit of two days' sales to each
The dates set apart are as follows:
M. E. church, South, September 20,
and October 1 ; Baptist, September 21 ,
and October 2; Evangelical, Septem
ber, 22, and October 3; Presbyterian,
September 23, and October 4; Metho
dist Episcopal, September, 24, and
October 5; Congregational, September
25, and October 6; Episcopal, Septem
ber 27, and October, 7; Roman Catho
lic, September 28, and October, 8;
Christain, September 29, and October
9; German Lutheran, September 30,
and October 11.
Members and friends of the various
churches are requested' to remember
the different dates. A full line of trim
med hats will be all ready for selection
the style being this seasons very latest.
Also a line of mourning hats. 8-30, 9-4
We dd" the Best Plumbing and
Carry a full line of Plumbers' Supplies
Dealers In
Hardware, Implements, Buggies, Wagons, Cream Sepa
rators, Graniteware, Tinware and Builders'
Congo Roofing and Quick Meal Ranges
Second Street,
Corvallis, Oregon
For Sale An Oliver typewriter.
New, used less than two months.
Perfect condition. ' Cheap for cash.
Phone Your Orders To No. 7,
Where They Will be Promptly Filled.
Fine Line of Crockery, Glassware, Cut
Glass, Haviland and China ware,