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About The daily gazette-times. (Corvallis, Benton County, Or.) 1909-1921 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 11, 1909)
Samples on Sale
prices so very
will be more
pleased to .
. , . ; your
needs in this
V Suits and Cloaks '
arrived ready t .
y - ' "for "- '
W. B. CORSETS
We fit them ,
s' : F. L. MILLER
142 Second Street
IF YOU WANT NEW
:; That have not been played
:: buy from . -
Graham & Wells
We do not allow anyone to ,
; handle our Records but our
Suits and Overcoats
From $8 to $25
The season's latest styles and
V choicest fabrics.
A. K. RUSS
Dealer in all Men's Furnishings
,. We sell cheapest because we sell
. BOYS! GIRLS! Columbia Bicycle
Free! Greatest offer out. Get your
friends to subscribe to our magazine and
we will make you a present of a $40.00
Columbia Bicycle the best made. Ask
for particulars, free outfit, and circular
telling "How to Start." Address,
"The Bicycle Man,',' 29-31 East 22d
Street, New York City, N.Y. 9-23-3t
M.S. BOVEE, FUNERAL DIRECT
'. or and Liceaeed Fmbalmer. Suc
cessor to Bovee & Bauer Corvallis,
Oregon. Ind. Phone 4s. Bell Phone
I ; 241. Lady attendant when desired.
BLACKLEDGE & EVERETT, LI
- censed embalmers and funeral direct
ors. Have everything new in coffins,
caskets and burial robes. Calls ans-
wered day and night. Lady assist
' ". ant. Embalming a specialty. Day
phones, Ind. 117 and 1153, Bell, 531;
' night phones, Ind. 2129 and 1153.
Jewell Baking Co.
New and up-to-date .
Best Bread, Buns, Pies .and
Cakes in the city. ; '.
341 Second Street-
Deliveries made to all parts
of town. ,.
The City ...
, All the news all the time in The Ga-zette-Times,
50c per month.
Mr. and Mm. John Vert, of Wilcox,
Missouri, came today to visit their niece,
Mrs. Mark Rickard.
Mrs. Shaw, guest of friends here for
some time, left Saturday for her home
at Berkeley, Mr. Shaw, was at one
time connected with O. A. Cl
Cards are out announcing the arrival
of Dorthy Kirk at the home of Prof,
and Mrs. R. W. Kirk, yesterday.
Mother and babe are doing nicely.
Mrs. G. H. Feese and daughter, and
Mrs. Birdean F. Gamble leave today
for Klamath Falls to join Dr. Feese,
after a week's visit to friends here. , ,
Chief Wells, M. P. Burnett and Cbas.
L. Baker have gone to the Alsea moun
tains for a stay of several days, during
which time they hope to bag a number
of deer. .
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gerber went to
Salem and Portland today to visit their
children and to celebrate with them
Mr. Gerber's eighty-first birthday an
The Ladies' Missionary society of the j
Christian church will give a religious !
musical program at three o, clock to
morrow afternoon at. the home of Mrs. i
G. V. Skelton, Seventh and Yah Buren
streets. . ... - j
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Schomer, former
ly publisher of the Kindred, North Da-j
kota, Tribune, arrived here last week)
and will look over this part of the state
with a view of finding a desirable news
paper opening. Mrs. Schomer is a sis
ter of Mrs. C. E. Robinson.
Manager O'Niel, of the Bell Tele
phone Company, says he has orders for
one. hundred phones and will have a
crew here to install them within a few
days. Drury, chief in the Portland
office, will be here within a day or two
to look the situation over.
Mrs. W. H. Dilley returned Saturday
from Hood River, where she had been
in attendance at the W. C. T. U. con
vention as a delegate from the Corvallis
Union. The Hood River Chambers of
Commerce entertained the delegates to
the convention in a royal manner.
Bowen Lester - left today for Bates
ville,.. Mississippi, to visit his father
and other relatives. , The old gentleman
is past eighty years of age " and MiC
Lester has not seen him in eleven years.
He will be gone three weeks and during
the absence Roy Raber will preside at
the Commercial Club rooms. ; i '
J. A. Jackson, representing neoDle
pushing the Canadian Pacific lands
near Calgary, announces an ' excursion
for Oct. 23. A half-dozen men in this
city have already purchased some of
this land as a speculation.-and a few
days ago three men went from Corval
lis to investigate. Weather conditions
in southern Alberta are said to be ideal
at this time. ' 1
R. S. Harrington, who has spent the
summer in Salem with his washing
machine, the "Oregon Wonder." re
turned to Corvallis Saturday evening
to spend the winter and will make his
home with his daughter, Mrs. B. M.
Martin, at 244 North ', 5th street. In
the spring he expects to travel through
Canada to introduce his machine, fo
which he will soon receive letters
patent in that country.
The a A. C. School of Music has
arranged for May Babbitt-Ressl er.
piamste, to receive piano pupils who
find it impossible to ero to the collece.
at her residence studio, corner of Jack
son and Seventh streets, No. 142. Ap
plicants for lessons will first register
at the Office of the Director of the
School of Music, Room 37 Administra-.
tion Building,' 0. AT C ; Beginners' or
advanced students may enter at any
time.' ' ;: ;
Dr. Cathey was unable to be present
at Y. M. C. A. meeting yesterday after
noon, so the "medical talk" was not
delivered. Rev. C. T. Hurd filled in
the half hour quite acceptably in an
effort to point to a God as evidenced by
nature. To him all nature nonits
clearly to a divine Providence, and a
personal one, the absolute order of the
planets and elements making necessary
an intelligence. Rev. ' Hurd speaks
readily, with considerable force and
evident sincerity and makes a cenerallv
favorable impression. The splendid
audience of young men gave evidence
that his talkwas appreciated.
W. H. Averill, who lives just across
the river, was in Corvallis this morn
ing. While at the office he took occa
sion to emphasize the great need of a
bridge to replace the ferry. He knows
the need better than most for he has
occasion to cross the river frequently
and he hears the complaints of the many
who cross. Mr. Averill says he has
seen more than one turn back " home
ward rather than - wait for the ferry to
take care of a line of waiting vehicles,
and he is confident that increased trade
resulting from a bridge across the Wil
lamette here would pay a large part of
the interest on such an investment '" '
Fall and Winter
r Clothing For Men
The Newest Styles
The Best Fabrics
The Lowest Prices
This is a good clothes story,
quickly told. You'll find it a
true one, too.
' Let Us Show You
Henkle & Davis
The Coffee Club dance Saturday night
was well attended " and enjoyed by
the devotees to this form of social life.
Rev. Frank Baum, of Dayton, Wash,
the Episcopal clergyman who has , been
called as rector to the Church of -the
Good Samaritan here, was the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Springer
Mrs. C. E. Springer has purchased a
lot in the Park Terrace addition, and
will build there shortly.. Just now the
liege lord of this family is kept busy
paying for bungalow books showing
$10,000 residinces built for $2500. -
Word has been received here that
Mrs. Tom. Kirkpatrick died yesterday
afternoon in San Francisco, of heart
trouble, after a lingering illness. Mrs.
Kirkpatrick was the sister of Messrs.
Walter and Edward Wiles and Mes
dames W. A. Wells and J. Fred .Yates,
of this city. Mrs. Wells is now in San
Rev. C. T. Hurd, president of the
Oregon State Christian Endeavor Socie
ty, will speak tonight at 7:30 at the
Evangelical church, corner Ninth and
Harrison, to the various Christian En
deavor societies and their friends in
Corvallis. Mr. Hurd has. recently re
signed his pastorate of the Anabel
Presbyterian church in Portland to ac
cept a call to the Presbyterian church
at Newport, and is now on "his way to
his new field of labor. . 1 .
EXCURSION TO ALBERTA
Notice The Ide-McCarthy Land Co.
of Portland will . run an excursion to
Alberta, Canada, 6ct. 23. For particu
lars and rates inquire of J. Jackson, 317
Second St., Corvallis, Ore. Phone 3173
Its A Top Notch Doer
Great deeds . compel regard. The
the American people have crowned Dr.
f;-KT n: . ' rr: r
mug o Anew xiscuverjr tuts jvmg.ox t
Throat and Lung remedies. Every
atom is a health force. Ifkills grems,
and colds and lagrippe vanish. It heals
cough-racked membrances and coughing
stops. Sore, inflamed bronchial tubes
and lungs are cured and hemorrages
cease. Dr. Geo. More, Black Jack,
N. C, writes "it cured me of lung
trouble, pronounced hopeless by all doc
tors." -50c, $1.00. Trial bottle free.
Guaranteed by all druggists.
And I will buy our wedding
ring at Smith's the jeweler,
151 Madison street, who carries
an up-to-date line of jewelry,
watches, clocks, silverware,
loving , cups and , cut glass.
Watch, -clock and jewelry re
pairing a specialty. . Engraving
free of charge to customers.
All work guaranteed. .
Notice is hereby given that no
trespassing, either for hunting
or otherwise, will be permitted
upon our premises All parties
violating this notice will be pro
secuted according to law.
Signed Rowland Bros. .
; 1 10-ll-6t
The Elmore Hotel
i Under New Management
Neat and Clean . ' '
BEST' 25c MEAL IN THE CITY
$1.00 per Day ,
Special Rates by the Week or Month
, E. M. DROWN
. s Fourth and Monroe Srreets
Corvallis - 'Oregon
industry will have a capacity of
1500 barrels daily at the start
with provision for enlarged facil
ities later. It will cost $1,000,
000. The plant will consist nf
12 buildings, covering about 12
acres, and will be located at
Oswego, a short distance south
of the city. It is thought that
the field for cement factory here
is unexcelled, because of the con
venient source of raw materials
and the big market for the man
Astoria is in the limelight be
cause of a splendid buildine re
cord during the first nine months
of the year. Improvements
carried on by the municipality and
business interests there during
1909 total over $1,000,000. This
is a splendid showing and with
such a spirit being shown, Astor
ia's outlook is very bright. ,
Men Wanted Steady work on ranch
near Monroe for Oretron Apple' Com
pany. Apply to J. C. Currin, Monroe,
or B. W. Johnson, Corvallis, Oregon.
, ' " . 10-11-tf
Carpenter to build shelving at
Kline's at'once. 10-11-tf
WANTED A suite of rooms for
light housekeeping, or a' partly fur
nished house. Location near "College
preferred. Best references given
F. N. Cornholm, general ' delivery,
P. O. Corvallis. 10-8-25
WANTED Lady presser at J. S
Russell shop,' in Whitehorh building.
WANTED Experienced girl for gen
eral housework. Phone 4266 9-24-tf.
FOR RENT-Corner Third and Jeffer
son Sts, suite of rooms, convenient to
bumess section. ' ' 10-5-tf
FOR SALE Tomatoes ! Tomatoes!
TVimatnPR? William .Tonninmi Ttitrqn
tomatoes, without spot or blemish.
an pnone no. yomj, at noon and alter
7 p. m.
For Sale CheapA second-hand
cook stove and buggy. Inquire '557
FOR SALE My fine driving mare is
for sale. She is perfectiy' gentle; any
lady can drive her." Jack Milne.
- "' " 10-2-tf
For Sale An Oliver typewriter.
New, used less than two months.
Perfect condition. J Cheap for cash. ;
These cost money and are
worth your attention. ,? ,t
R. H. Kaltz, the piano tuner, Hs in
town for a few days.V Leave orders at
Hotel Corvallis, or with Profs. Gaskins
and Boone. . 10-9-4t
Anyone wishing a government Tposii
tion," we will show them how to secure
same and prepare them for examination
at small cost. Write C. C. S. S., 425
27 Lumber ExchangeBldg., Portland,
Ore. , or see Mr. Jule V. Maddox, Hei
lig Hall, 1106 Jefferson St., Corvallis,
Ore. - 10-7-6t
Art squares and rugs, full line at
Blackledge's furniture store: 10-2-tf '
Native and eastern oysters at Dad's
place. . ; , 10-1-tf
Six loaves of bread for 25 cents at
Andrews & Kerr's Bakery. 9-24-tf
Get your window glass at A. L.
Miner's. North Second St. 9-28-tf
GOOD BOARD-And pleasant rooms
for people.: Electire, lights and bath.
Everything homelike, 440 S. 11th Sts.
phone 1150. 9-28-tf
i Go to Andrews & Kerr's Bakery for
fresh pies, cakes, cookies, etc, 9-24tf
Eat Golden Rod Flakes,
They are better for breakfast,
Than old-fashioned corn cakes, t
And five minuets time,
Is all that it takes . " s '
At Kline's. . 6-12-tf
Watch for Andrews & Kerr's special
Town . .
Street No. ....J... .............. ...........
Must be Voted On or Before October .16
WHEN YOU WANT SOMETHING
GOOD TO EAT
Phone Your Orders To No. 7,
THATCHER & JOHNSON'S GROCERY
Where They Will be Promptly Filled.
Fine Line of Crockery, Glassware, Cut
Glass, Haviland and Chinaware,
Can be had WITH silk tops and DETACHABLE,
Plain or Fancy HANDLES
Complete.... $2.00 up
Extra handles 50c to $10. 00
E W, S, PRATT, Jeweler and Optician
Here's a Line That's Hard to Beat
Pineapple Cheese .
Creme de Brie Cheese
Fancy Store Cheese
Try Something Hew
Royans and La Vertel Saradines Metwurst Sausage
- Pass the'word to your relatives and friends to come now.
LOW COLONIST RATES
To Oregon will prevail from the East
September 15 to October 15
: . (LINES IN OREGON)
" St. Paul.......
" Kansas City....
Deposit the amount of the fare with the nearest O. R. & N. or S. P.
? Agent and ticket will be delivered in the East without extra cost. ''
Send us the ' name and address of any one interested in the State for
" Oregon literature.
R. C LINVILLE, Agent, Corvallis, Oregon.
WM. M'MURRAY, General Passenger Agent,
- ;, JPortland, Oregon.
THE DAILY GAZETTE
- TIMES, 50c PER MONTH