The daily gazette-times. (Corvallis, Benton County, Or.) 1909-1921, September 22, 1909, Image 1

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VOL. I. NO. 122
CORVALLIS, BENTON COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1909
PRICE FIVE CENTS
COflLLl
LUCKY MAN
READ ADVERTISEMENT IN ORE
GONIAN AND ANSWERS.
, RECEIVED CHECK FOR $25
One Fuller, Chief Cook at This Office
Gets Hij Wheels to Working Prop
erly and Draws Down Colombia
Trust Company's Money.
That it pays to read advertise
ments is the conviction of Hon.
Franklin Rathskeller Fuller, fore
man and all 'round manager of
the Gazette-Times' typographical
department. The little incident
that removes all doubt from Mr.
Fuller's mind was the receipt of
a $25 check this morning from
the Columbia Trust Company of
Portland.
The check comes as a result of
Mr. Fuller having read the Trust
company's advertisement in the
Ore'gonian some time ago. That
ad. offered a $500 lot at Columbia
beach, $50 cash, and four $25
;ash prizes for correct answers
to a rebus contained in the ad.
Fuller oiled up the wheels in -his
think-box, got busy one night,
puzzled for three minutes over a
series of pictures and concluded
that "A horse, a horse, my king
dom for a horse V was the correct
answer. He was so convinced
that he was right that he sent
.his answer to the Columbia Trust
Co., forgot all about it, and was
surprised beyond measure at re
ceiving the $25 check this morn
ing. He has been so "swelled
up" since nine o'clock that he
can hardly work. He really
thinks he can guess the answer
to this Peary-Cook controversy.
Of course the ad. alone did not
bring Fuller his good luck, but if
he had not read the ad. he couldj
never have met up with that $25.
The ads. in this paper should be
read. They may not give $25 for
the solution of a rebus, but if the
readers will act on the sugges
tions therein they will probably
SAVE $25 EVERY MONTH.
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"Uncle Josh Perkins" the great com
etty success, is down for an engagement
of one night at opera house on Thurs
day, Sept 23. The play is built on
original lines and is said to be presented
itoy a brilliant company, who make the
most possible out of every type of
character enacted. While built largely
for laughing purposes, there is enough
pathos, human interest and thrilling
situations unfolded to suit all classes
-of men, women and children too. The
forthcoming engaghment of this com
pany will doubtless , attract unusual
attention from the playgoers . of Cor--vallis.
Seats are now on sale at Gra
ham & Wortham's. 25c, 50c, 75c.
Homes Newport Property. .
Sixty choice lots more or less in New
port, Oregon, (one of the most health
ful and popular summer and winter re
ports) for sale pr will exchange for oth
er good property. , Property near Cor
vallis preferred.;. ,Will supply funds to
buyers of these lots to build homes
thereon. . Address M. S. Woodcock,
Corvallis, Oregon, v thurs. tf
SCHOOL OPENS
NEXT
MQNDA
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CHILDREN WILL GATHER AT CEN
TRAL BUILDING
THE BUILDING IS NOT READY
No Difficulty in Handling Pupils Fairly
Well is Anticipated, Though Consid
able Re-arranging Will Have to Be
Done Higher Tuition.
The Corvallis public schools
will open Monday, Sept. 27. AH
pupils are expected to . report at
the central building that day
and there they will receive in
structions, The lack of . room
and removal of the central
building to the northwestern
part of the city makes necessary
a temporary ; rearrangement of
plans in vogue heretofore, re
garding placement of children,
and a new scheme can not be
completed until the children
have reported,
. , The Least Inconvenience.
It may be said that the new
plan will not embrace any idea
of i sendinc all tW
pupils "to the"lrth"i1buMmg"
Only the children in the north
western part of the city and an
overflow from the northeastern
side of the citv will he sent.
there. For the time being,
until the new high school build
ing is finished more or less In
convenience will have to be borne
by some of the pupils, but this
will be minimized as far as pos
sible. . Supt. Kirk and the board
has given this matter all the
serious consideration possible
and have sought to , work out a
plan that ought to be generally
satisfactory, considering '- all.'
phases of the situation as it
stands.
Plans Manual Training.
According to planning hereto
fore, manual training will.be in
troduced into the high : school
work this year. While a definite
date is hot set, it is expected
that this new feature will be in.
operation- by January- 1st. In
asmuch 't as O. A. C. will . no
longer accept 8th grade students
from cities having manual train
ing or domestic science in its
schools, it might be well for recent
graduates of, the Corvallis
schools to start in at high school
thia fall and save themselves the
possible humiliation of being
turned back from : O. A. C. at
the begining of the year. .'.
Domestic Science work will be
started in the high school- within
a few weeks, and it is expected
to make this work, as well as
that of manual training, just as
thorough as primary work should
be.
Change in Tuition. r
Prospective pupils from with
out the limits of District No. 9,
may well note that a little higher
tuition is charged this year.
For grade pupils the charore
will be $450 each half year, or
semester, payable in ' advance.
For high school students the
charge will be $6.00 each semes
ter, payable in advance.
" Should Co-operate,
It may be well urged at this
time that the difficultiAs
ed with the beginning of school
II , I v. $ ! I .11 fill '" l IS it i I
it
The Time, The Place and The Girl, Opera House, Monday NigKt.
this year are manifold and varied
hence the patrons should be
patient and considerate ratW
than captiously critical at any
time. While the North hnilHino-
is expected to be ready Monday,
it may oe two or three davs. or
even a week before the building
is available. . It is certain that.
the high schoolb uilding will not
i i
De reaay pelore Chnstmas hence
the available room ; will not be
sufficient to make things con
venient for all pupils. This can
not be helped and should be
borne, with . fortitude and pa
tience. The Board and Supt.
Kirk will do the best that. onn
be done and should have the
the pleasant co-operation." rather
than the annoying critici sim of
patrons. . v-fvtLv" ::
CARD
OF
THAIS
Mr. and Mrs. George B. Smith and
daughter wish to express their deep
gratitude to all those whoso tenderly
assiscea cnem at the time of their late
bereavement.
STORY OF BIG
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1SICA
SHOW
Written primarily with a strong '
love story of human interest in
view, "The Time. The Place And
Ine Cxirl," which comes to the
local opera house next Monday,
is embellished by fun, catchy
songs and ' pretty girls in vigor
ous dances and the most success
ful play that that prolific trio,
Will M. Hough, Frank R. Adams
and Joseph E. Howard,- have !
! Jefeti rall
records in Chicago, running
there 463 consecutive times and
has created equally notable re
cords v wherever it has ap
peared.'
The scenes are laid at a sani
tarium in Virginia, where John
ny Hicks, a happy-go-lucky gam
bler and his "pal" Tom Cunning
ham have fled to escape arrest,
the result of a physical encount
er the previous night in Boston.
Before the police catch up with
them, the sanitarium is placed
under quarantine. Cunningham
the 'pal, " is in realty, a rich
man's son, and the first love
complication begins when lie be
comes infatuated with Margaret
Simpson, "the girl" who is at
the sanitarium with her father,
a farmer, and her brother and a
party of boarding school girls.
: As soon as the quarantine is
declared, the servants of the ho
tel and sanitarium desert and '
the guests ' are forced to look
after their own wants. Cun
ningham.because of his manner. !
is chosen dictator of the place I
and j he assigns i to each guest a
e lertain'taskr HicktheyiJufig
gambler, with a prolific and typ
ical vocabulary, is made head
cook. Margaret Simpson, who
has quarreled with Cunningham,
following her rejection of his
suit, is ordered to do scrubbinp:
and when she refuses, her meals !
are summarily cut off. She then '
Continued on page two.
RATFfi FnR fli RflKY
III I I Ull IIL.UIIII I
APPLE FAIR
Reduced railroad rates to the
Albany Apple Fair, October 27-
&r5, nave been granted on the
lines of, the Southe rn Pacific and
Corvallis & . Eastern Railroads.
Kound trip rates will be one and
one-third fare from all points on
the Southern Pacific south of
Oregon City and north of Eugene
on the East Side; south of Mc.
Minnville and north of Corvallis '
on tbe'West Side. A special one
fare .rate for the round trip
from all points on the Corvallis
& Eastern. The rates cover the
territory embraced in the forth
coming Apple Fair and ought to.
insure a large attendance,
Une ol the attractions at the
Fair will be R. H. Rice, the
Secretary Manager of the
Second National Apple Show of
Spokane, Washington, who will
deliver an address on some topic
relating to the apple industry or
exploitation. .
in connection witn tne Apple
Fair this year the ladies of
Albany are arranging for' a
Chrysanthemum Carnival. A
committee consisting of Mrs! E.
W. Cooper, chairman, Mrs. C.
H. Stewart and Mrs. L. E.
Hamilton, has prepared a list of
prizes which will be offered for'
the following displays:
Greatest- number-of -varieties
of Chrystantemums, quality cqij-i
sidered.
Best collection of ten varieties,"
Best collection of five varie
ties. Best cut single specimen
(first and second) ,
Best specimen in pot (first
and second).
Best general floral display.
Best display of house plants.
AGENCY MERODE UNDERWEAR,
ONYX HOSIERY
I
LADIES' NEW
FALL SUITS
In all of the new fall
styles and materials
will be "found in our
large;, second , floor'
Suit-' Department
Here you will find
strictly Hand-Tailored
Suits The -
La Vogue
Brand,
The standard of
styles, one of the
: Leading1 Brands of
America 1;
Prices $12.50 to $50.00
Fit and Wear Guaranteed
A SAFE PLACE TO TRADE
New Fall
Dress Goods
Novelty Suitings, per . yard ......... 50c
Wool serge, all colors, per yard. 50c
Wool satin cloth, per yard ..$1.00
Wool Panamas, per yard.... .$1.00
Wool Batistes, all colors, per yard. .5Cc
Large assortment of Panama fancy
suiting and novelty weave, special
per yard. . .39c
Queen Quality
Shoes For omen
New Fall last and styles in
Kid, Gun Metal and Patent
Leather,
$3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50
AGENCY STANDARD PATTERNS
OCTOBER STYLES
OUR PURE
FOOD DEPARTMENT
We have the
most ' com
plete stock of
G r aniteware
and Prices always the Lowest
A beautiful line of Rich Cut Glass
and Decorated China ware.
Attention!
All eggs sold - by us are carefully
tested before leaving the store.' Guar
anteed to be fresh.
White Rose Flour
Per Sack, $1.45
Every Sack a Towel
BOxB
SCHOOL
suns
Exceptional offer of Knickerbocker suits for Boys 5 to 16 years of age.
Alljnew Fall styles, both single and double breasted Coats, some plain, others
with belts. Full cut Knickerbocker trousers. Made of cheviots, fancy
.rPf-'d medium shades, gray and brown. Every gar-'
J-ftice $2.50 to :$7.50':!