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About The daily gazette-times. (Corvallis, Benton County, Or.) 1909-1921 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 16, 1909)
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Cooper left this
morning for Salem to attend the fair.
WANTED A woman for housework
at the Mary's River Sanitarium.
A. L. Stevenson and family went to
the State Fair this morning in the big
Hungarian prunes from the Crosby
Davis farm, shown in this city, loom
up like lemons.
For Rent 8-room house. Call at
542 North Second street. 9-16-tf
Hf TIT T PI -i- 1 1 . 1 j.
-i-i.. m ttt i L Wanted ComDetent StenoeraDher.
has been visitintr relatives for the vt.ff.adYp08itlon-L A at the office of
. i. iJUine's store Saturday mornine be
George-Vernon, of Alsea, was a Cor-
vailis visitor today.
Rooms for rent, suitable for office or
other purpose, over Blackledere's furn
iture store. B. R. Thompson, R. F. D.
3. Corvalhs. 9-10-w-th
Born Thursday, September 17, to
Mrs. Herman V. Tartar, a daughter.
Phonographs and all the newest l
cords at Heater & Harrington's.
Ross Barclay, of the south end - of
the county, left yesterday for the Se
The Jewish New Year is being ob
served by the Kline establishment, to
day, the store being closed.
Acme Quality Paints and Floor Var
nish that wears at A. L. Miner's.
Men wanted at new armory at once.
Wages $2.50 per day for 9 hours work.
Apply at the building. F. A. Erixon,
Examinations for government posi
tions will take place Oct. 13 and Nov.
17 for men and women in all branches
of the service. Write for full details.
C. C. S. S. 425-7 Lumber Exchange,
Portland, Ore. 9-15-6t
The little candy store on Madison
has been converted from a lath affair
into a shingled bungalow. N. R. Adams
paid $200 for the stand and will con
tinue the business there.
Call 708 Third
tween 9 and 10 o'clock.
Complete outfits for camping parties
at Blackledge's furniture store. 8-3-tf
Mrs. A. J. Hall, of Beuna Vista, has
been the guest of Corvallis relatives
the last two weeks. , .
Builder desires lot from owner who
can make or arrange straight loan after
house is built thereon; or will go in with
owner on any building proposition that
is mutually safe and profitable. 322 N.
7th street. 9-lC-6t
Prof. Ruthyn Turney, well known in
this city, has resigned his position as
instructor in printing and music at the
Chemawa Indian school, near Salem,
and leaves next Sunday for Spokane,
Wash., where he has accepted an ex
cellent musical position.
Going hunting? Get your guns and
ammunition at Heater & Harrington's.
An enjoyable eraniteware shower
was given Miss Maud McBee by her
young friends yesterday afternoon at
the Locke home and a similar function
will be held for her tomorrow at the
Harrington residence. The bride-to-be
is a most popular young lady and
these practical expressions of esteem
are highly appreciated. .
Razors, safety and the other kind.
Largest line at Heater & Harrington's.
Capt. Robinson was at the State
Fair yesterday and affirms that the j
showing of horses, cattle, sheep and 1
hogs is finer than ever before and finer
than he has ever seen east or west.
Not one of twenty or more Percherons
on display weighs less than 2000 pounds.
The display of grains,, fruits and vege
tables is not up ito the standard, ' but
three counties participating.
Wanted A girl for general house
work. Inquire or address E. D. Ress
ler, 142 N. 7th. 9-8-tf
Married about forty or fifty years At the home of Harley L. Hall last
ago, Mr. and Mrs. Harlev Hall were 'mht at 7:30 -'.T. ft "NT Poll BaA
rt . wa av Aa imu wi
given their "charivari" last night, the words that united Daniel S. Adams and
Corvallis Marine band playing several Mrs. Juliet Southwick. The wedding
wines on me iront porcn ot the Hall . took Dlace in the nrpsoni-P nf w.
friends. This morning .Mr. and Mrs.
j Adams left for the State Fair and will
continue their bridal tour for a day or
two. Both of these people are well-
known in Corvallis, Mr. Adams being
the popular "wood man." -They have
many friends who will wish them much
joy. Their home will be on North- 11th
For Sale Two lots
Fourth and B streets,
street, or phone 1120.
136 passengers for Salem boarded the
early train this morning. All of these
got down to the station about the same
time and the train was slightly delayed
that tickets might be procured by all
who desired to go..
Ice cream delivered on thirty minutes
notice by Winkley's Palace of Sweets.
The films shown at the Star theatre
are genuinely first-class. "The Leopard
Queen' ' has not been excelled since ' 'The
Sign of the Cross" and is greatly en
joyed by those who like moving pic
tures. The remainder of the program
is fully up to par and well worth the
while of the ten centers. i
Wanted Competent girl for clerk in
a grocery store.' Call by phone 1107.
'. 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
Take a little time in selecting
your winter underwear. Go in
to details. Find out whether it
will shrink whether it will fit
whether it will give comfort.
warmth and service.
If you haven't the time or pa
tience to do this, simply buy
MENTOR COMFORT UNDER
WEAR and then you are sure to
MENTOR COMFORT UN
DERWEAR will give you all you
expect. It fills the bill to a
Prices are in accordance with
quality and we sell biereer values
at less than our competitors be
cause we have exclusive sale of
MENTOR UNDERWEAR for
women and children.
v F. L. MILLER
home. It developed, however, that the
musicians intended to serenade Mr.
ani Mrs. D. S. Adams, just married at
the Hall home, but that couple had
fled to their own bower on North
Eleventh street. The joke was on the
band, but Mr. and Mrs! Hall got their
"shivaree," and enjoyed the joke as
much as the music.
1 AN UMBRELLA I
Is a necessity that can be made ornamental as
well as useful in a most satisfactory manner by
using the kind with the
Every fancy Umbrella sold here has two handles,
the fancy one and an every day one, and either
handle may be attached or detached in a second.
Ci J-1 j .
oee mem at
E W, S, PRATT, Jeweler and Optician ;
SUITS, SKIRTS and WAISTS
These Garments for Ladies and Misses j
areof excellent quality. The styles speak
for themselves and the prices are really
less than the cost of material and making.
YOU CAN SAVE MONEY BY BUYING HERE NOV
Henfile & Davis
M. L. Kline returned i to Portland
Sporting goods, bicycles and fishing
tackle , at Heater Harrington's.
Max Miller and Miss Mabel Rich went
over to the big fair this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Murphy, Mr. and
Mrs. T. J. Thatcher and R. E. Burger
were among those who spent Wednes
day at Salem. . ' '
, The building of any kind ,pf house or
other improvement solicited. Can furn
ish plans or lot. Easy payment if need
ed. Lot or merchandise taken in part
pay. 322 N. 7th street. 9-10-6t
The Albany apple fair is now an
assured success.- Over $500 will be
given m cash premiums and several
silver cups. There will be a county
exhibit for counties outside of Linn for
which a premium of $100 and $50
cash will be given for first and $50
cash for second. It shall consist of not.
less than 20 boxes 'of 'five
varieties. Beside this grand prize
there are several smaller ones and of
sufficient size to bring out an attractive
exnimt. jmo better way to build up
the apple industry than to make the
best exhibit Dossible
The noon C. & E. nassentrer train
pulled out of. the station yesterday while
uuver uerchtold was still enp-ao-ed in
loading expressage, and a sad mix-up
resulted. A truck was dismantled and
all but pulled under the train, and the
steps of one of the coaches were dis
located. ; Expressaee was strewn nwr
the station platform and as watermelons
were there the havoc was terrible. At
least it seemed so to those who have
hungered for melon and denied them
selves because of the prohibitive post
This accident resulted from a misunder
standing, another workman signaling
that all was clear. It is said that the
accident might have resulted seriously
fr young Berchtold, who was ,on the
truck at the time the train pulled out.
'The perennial disagreement between
the University of Oregon and the Ore
gon 'Agricultural College starts earlv
this year and as usual begins with the
football a game-. Prof. Ans-ell. who
manages the athletics of O. A. C, an
nounced a schedule yesterday, dating
the game with Oreeon at Portland No
vember 19. The collee-e camea nsnallv
alternate between 'campuses and . the
college whose turn it in tn have it at
home considers it its game. Last year
was O. A. C.'s turn and it held the
game in Portland by a special arrange
ment, but Oregon announced im
mediately afterward that it wouldn't.
play here in 1909 and althouo-h the nni-
veristy does not open until next week.
the Portland students are railing at O.
A. C. for trying to' say where their
game should be played." Portland
J . J . Flett came in from
Rivers country yesterday.,
work has been . started on
Alsea high school.
Prof, and Mrs. W. F. Gaskins, Mrs.
E. D. Ressler and W. R. Boone will
appear on a program at the State Fair
grounds Friday evening.
- The Mary's River Sanitarum is now
ready for patients. It's not well to
get sick just to patronize the sanitarum
but if one does fall ill it is not . infre
quently niuch better for the patient, to
gi to a sanitarum when perfect treat iei t
under ideal conditions may be haa.
State Senator Cameron, of Washinir.
ton, was down in the Willamette Valley
recently looking for sheep to replenish
his flocks on his home ranch. ' Edge-
wood t arm was one of the places vis
ited. But from the way G. G. Belts
has been disposing: of stock we doubt if
he succeeded in securing many there.
Buyers were down in Corvallis district
and took away a flock from the Five Oaks
farm. Jno. Wvatt also 'rennrta' sales
from his farm recently, all of which
indicates an unusual activity among t e
sheep men. The quality of the Wil
linse te sheep is bsingiro 'e aiprec'akd
every day. Oregon Agriculturist.
A press dispatch from Medford says :
Two experts from the Oregon Agri
cultural College, Professors Cole and
Brown, are in the city this week giving
instruction to classes of young men on
properly packing apples for shipment.
The instruction is free to students,
leading orchardists of the Rogue River
Valley paying the expense. A laree
number of young men who expect to
have employment in packiner aDnles
during the picking season are takine
instruction in the art of packing ap
ples. The fruit was supplied by orch
ardists. This is the second time such
instruction has been given here, and it
is appreciated by the fruitgrowers.
buryaiiis Business uoiiep
A SCHOOL OF NEWEST METHODS IN BUSINESS
L. 1, liOIEAl, PRINCIPAL'
Individual and class instruction. Bookkeeping, Office Methods, Type-
writer Bookkeeping, Chartier and Universal Shorthand.
' POSITION CERTAIN. .
OPENS SEPTEMBER 27, 1909
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 Mcr.
WISE AND OTHERWISE.
Edited With a Meat-ax.
Down east where there are
some who spend $25,000 on a
supper for a dog, while others
can't get what a dog would or
dinarily be : satisfied with, is a
good breeding place for Social
Radium has been put on the
free . list and the,, bottom has
fallen out of the market. The
frugal ' and 7 economic housewife
can now purchase this household
necessity at $2,000,000 an ounce
The Best Paint
There is no better paint made for appearance and
Acme Quality Paint
Specially prepared for exterior and interior use.
"FLOOR VARNISH THAT WEARS"
UfAl DABPB M M I n n -m.
Second Street, Near Palace Theater
Benton County Lumber Co.
Manufacturers of all kinds of .
Fir Lumber, Mouldings, Cedar Posts,
Sawed and Split. Cedar Shakes
The bee' sting cure for rheu
matism is asram comino; into
prominence. ' We should imagine
that a few well directed bee
stings properly applied would do
wonders m limbering' up stiff
muscles tor the time bemsr at
How seldom people think to
bestow praise upon those with
whom they are in daily contact.
Your employes, your associates,
your children and your wife
would find their loads lightened
by a word of commendation now
and then. .
Decollette gowns are being
worn just a trifle lower than
formerly-the sheath gown will
be slit just a wee bit more and
now comes the seat.lpss and
'nuthin', nuthin' " gowns. We
men will soon have to turn
Christian Scientists and iust
imagine, we don't see anything.
The Road to Success
Has many obstructions, but none so
desperate as poor health. Success to
day demands health, but Electric Bit
ters is the greatest health builder the
world has ever known., It compels per
fect action of stomach, liver, kidnevs.
bowels, purifies and enriches the blood.
ahd tones and invigorates the whole
system.' Vigorous body and keen brain
follow their use. ' You can't afford to
slight Electric Bitters if weak, run
down or sickly. Only 50c. Guaranteed
by all druggists.
Doors, Windows, Ume, Bhckm Cement,
Glass Jars, All Kinds, at
COOPER & NEWTON HnRlifm
We do 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
Good farm of 161 acres:
five acres of oak timber, ballance
and fine bottom land, 100 acres in
tivation, remainder number one
ture. Fair house and out buildings
orchard, two good wells also running
water. Two miles N. W. of Monroe,
1 1-4 miles of R. R." station, store,
school and church; on R. F. - D. If
sold by Oct. 1st $40 per acre. A good
bargain. - Address
x E. W. Howard, ,
8-20-w tf . ' Brownsville, Ore.
WHEN YOU WANT SOM ETHING
GOOD TO EAT
Phone You Orders To No. 7,
THATCHER & JOHNSON'S GROCERY
Where They Will be Promptly Filled.
Fine Line of Crockery, Glassware, Cut
Olass, Tiaviland and Chiiiavvare,