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About The daily gazette-times. (Corvallis, Benton County, Or.) 1909-1921 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 18, 1909)
VOL. I. NO. 144
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COUNTY COURTEHID MOVE TO
ADVERTISE COUNTY-.' ;
WILL-SEND APPLES TO -ALBANY
Instead of Individual Displays at Albany
, Apple Fair, this County Will Have a
Collective Displayof Merit Twenty
or More Boxes.
Benton County frill make v a
I display - at the Albany . Apple
lair. The County Court has de
cided to finance the matter and
already 0. A. C. students,
thoroughly experienced in horti
culture and the art 'of packing,
have been engaged to select and
pack the display. They will - be
taken in ari automobile tomorrow
on a visit to various orchards in
the county land permitted to se-
; lect this -fruit and pack i$ for
display at- Albany next week. .
While the -quantity of fine fruit in
Benton this year is rather limit
ed it is expected that some cred
itable fruit can be obtained.
For A fimA l'f - xiraa Via VK-P
that Bentbir-cotLntjr VoUIaofffi
a 4-v;iri. , settlers
vino ; vtfyui Luuuy, bo in
dividual apple growers were
preparing to make displays.
Frank ' Groves had asked for
space and the Rumbaughs were
figuringjon; doing something.
These will now join the county
in its 'effort. Mr. Rumbaugh
was in. Corvallis Saturday talking
up the idea of a county ' exhibit
and was instrumental in the final
decision of the County Court.
A letter from Booster Struble.
of Albany, says that if Benton will
endeavor to make quite a show
ing on Thursday, the 28th, " Wil
lamette Valley day," he will see
to it tha special attention is
shown the visitors that day, and
the matter will- be given due
wiH be gfvfen under . direction 'of
ttfe PMusic 'Committee, J. C.
Irvine, chairman. .
f Thursday, Oct. 21. Willamette
' f alley Day. ' '
: 2 p. m. Judge C? H. Stewart,
Address, "Practical' Peach
Growing "in ' .Oregon. ' A. A? H.
forticultural " 'Commissioner
Third District. I
, Music. . f
Address, ."The Management of
the Orchard," W. K. New.ell, of
Gaston, President of the State
Horticultural Society '
Address, "Apple Growing in
the Willamette Valley," Chas.
CORVALLIS, BENTON COUNTY: OREGON, MONDAYOCTOBER 18, 1909
I PACIFIC II
PRICE FIVE CENTS
MONMOUTH SCENE OF LAST CAFt
JURE,. DURING AFTERNOON. I
Program of Big Fair.
Arrangements for the big
Albany "Apple Fair are nearing
completion. The program was
finished ' this morning and will
be giyen to the printers today.
Everything points to a most
eventful as well as a most suc
cessful fair.' Benton County has
"written tor space in the apple
show and will have! on display 25
or 30 boxes of the choicest apples.
A large crowd will attend on
every day of the show from the
college city. Salem will also
have a display and large delega
tions. All addresses and literary and
musical exercises will be held in
the Alco Club Gymnasium, unless
(Subject to change.) .
Wednesday, Oct 27,. 2 P. M. '
Former County Judge C. H.
Music . v
Address of Welcome Mayor J.
- Address, ' 'Landscape Garden
ing and Horticulture," Prof. A.'
L. Peck,; 0. a, c., r
Evening Session, 8 O'clock.
A musical and literary program
. Continued on page two
Bend, Oregon, Oct. 17. -(Spec
ial. ) Homeseekers. returning
from the:f high 'desert;" south
east f'3erid "upon
what was a .month ago untouched
range country has blossomed
forth the nucleus of a community.
In a valley j3ome 'O miles "from
Bend,' named Ireland Valley from
its first settler, a Corvallis man
who came" over the ' mounts in s '-si-
month agothree hbuses have al-
aeeiLJauilL and a -dozen
are camped upon their
claims, digging wells and hauling
in the; lumber for their new
home's.' 'V,'" .-:;v':-'-'-.-X".';
Between this valley and Bend
many claims have recently been
taken up, and within the last ten
days' a " number of houses have
begun to rise from the midst of
the sagebrush, and in one in
stance at - least; fields" have been
cleared of the brush and put un
der the plow.
It is this land that is regarded
as Oregon's greatest wheat pro
ducer of the future, and whose
output it has been estimated will
triple the state's production.
LAST MAN IS SURROUNDED
VISITORS NEVER IN GAME FROM
START TO FINISH.
Mewage That Men Were, jn Benton
County a Mi$take-TLe Man-Hunt
Likely to End Tonight by Capture of
A message to Sheriff :GelIatIy
SCORE 22 TO 0, WITH SUBS.
Game Open and Considerable Fun is
i. Furnished the' Spectators A Big
, Crowandluchl Enthusiasm inlani-
a . fested Tnrough Long Game.''
O. A. C. won from Pacific Uni-
at 4 o'clock aid that one of the versity , Saturday by a s core of
Alsea, : Oct. 18, The dead
body of Morgan Grey was found
on the ' coast "above Waldport
several days ago. He- had been
shot in the head. A coroner's
jury decided that1 he had com
mitted suicide: "JGreyVnad: been
separated from his family for
sometime and it is ; thought he
was a victum of sorrow.
Taylor & Duffy who were in
business about a mile5 ' from the
Alsea : store, ' are .preparing to
build a new saw mill, a mile'W .
so up Mill Creek; A , 20-horse
power traction v engine will be
used for power? Durooisis:V; nrirl
just now'theyare having r.a hard
time getting their machine rover
the mm' They "have' been'ten
days at it with a six-horse team
and the ' engine' f own power."
Several break "'Idowns - have oc
curred. The Summit hrid ere waa
broken and Wade Malone's team
fell' through. At last renort.hp
outfit was a quarter mile over
Summit broken down "
. Joseph Emery has arrived from
Cloverdale,CaL, on .a visit to .his boit,
J. M. Emery here. Mt. : Emeifyf was
for many years'a'f esident'of ' Corvallrs.'
He expects to spend the winter at
Eugene. - - - '
two escaped convicts , remaining
at Uberty had just been captured
near Monmouth. The other is
surrounded and' it is expected
that he will be : captured before
night.- ' .
The two " uncaptured " convicts
being hunted by Salem.' Albanv
and Polk county posses, are said
to be in Benton county.' some
where near Wells. Sheriff Gel
latiy received word try th,
effect this morning and he
was- asked for'niV? n
uty bnerm McGmnis, J. W.
Ingle and'SlIorty- ' Foster',
properly armed, left at noon for
the Wells vicinity and have by
this time allied themselves with
the other manhunters.
Of the five convicts who escap
ed, George Carter," the ringleader,
was shot near Beuna' Vista yes-
( Continued- on page four)
22 to 0. It could have been 50
to 0, had the collegians thought
it worth while, but in the second
half the subs were given a trial.
The j3core was due less to the
strength; of O. A. C, however,
than to the weakness of the Pa
cific TJm, the .victors npW oW.
ting ihtolhe gamefrom Start tn
finish. " Thev were camV"H nff
their feef with the" first 'rush.
.d a touch down was made in
1 the first two minutes of play. : -
-The game was rather open,
there being less of line bucking,
and this made it a better specta-
iV2r s.?.a O-M attenptelj
many gooa piays and pulled
through a number of them satis
factorily, but lack of proper ; in
terference resulted in many a
play, falling -short. O. A. C.'s
line was over-anxious and - this
resulted in several penalties.
The onside kick and forward
pass were handled fairly well.
Keck kicked each goal and set
the crowd cheering by kicking
a neid goal m the sAermri hoif
Endberg did great work and
Capt. Evenden shone splendidly.
Bergman's name was shouted by
the rooters in an instance or two.
Reynolds, a sub, played a star
game m the second half. This
youngster has had no football
experience but ; takes to it like a
duck to water.
.. Saturday's game was en
couraging only in the fact that
the team seems to be ab sorbin e-
in a small way some of Metzger's
dope. Interference was' had
there was a tremendous amount:
of fumbling and too many pen
alties. The boys are improving,
and a bright srjot shows h
and there, but it's' somewhat of
a trip to the championship.
E. J. HARRINGTON STRIKES SNOW
AND STORMS IN NEBRASKA.
A press notice says: "The ad
vance sale of seats has been large
for Lee Willard, who returns to
night on his regular annual visit,
in the" charming comedy-drama,,
The Man From Missouri, " by
Bartley Campbell ' Press com
ments from Western papers spVak
wry complimentary of Mr. Wil
lard's support and ' his new play.'
Special singing will be introduced
and a most enjoyable evening
may be anticipated. . - -
CHEAP UNO. FINE CLIMATE
Corvallis Man Abroad Sees Nothing in
Several States That Appeals to Him
as the Land of Warm" Rains and
'. Roses and Plowing AD 'theYeak ?
The ,Ck)unty Board of Equalization,
Composed of Juage Woodward, ; Clerk
Moses and Assessor Rickard, is in ses
sion. There has been few Jficks thus
far. . Paul Pruitt, of Wren, came in
and while laboring under the impres
sion that he was discriminated against
because of his avowed republicanism,
he made a Fourth of July speech and
ripped the democrats up the back. He
was finally convinced that he had no
Sargent, Nebrasba, Oct 12.
-Gazette-fimes: " I had tim'to.
day and . thought I ? would drop
you a line. I am in Sargent and
we had a blizzard here vestr.
day, a regular snow storm, and 1
the wind blew 60 miles an hour
It was down around zero last
night , When I got un thi .
morning I had to scratch the ice
off the window before I could '
see' out' It made me wish I was
back in Oregon. I counted forty.
men in town with fir qpats bn;' .,
they looked like a drove of W.- " '
falo. - , ,
I thought land was too Hs?R -
Benton county but I d.-. rnt
think, so now. I have been in
- viseonsiiv Dakota."" llirineaotA"'
Canada and Nebraska,' an the
landis priced from 60 to $150 an
acre. A half section here i in
Nebraska, . with hardly anv 'im.
provements, ten miles from a
railroad and a small town, with
no fruit or timber, and with
potatoes frozen in the ground,
Continued on page four
THE BIG DAYLIGHT! STORE FOR BA
Long Cape For Misses and Women
2 for 25c
7. ' For .
f : L.aaies ;
" For Men
$30 and $4
10 and 15c
... For one week beginning
Saturday, Oct 16, we are go
ing to have one of the great
est Dress Goods Sales ever
held in the city of Corvallis;
iin ... ' w . .- - '
U l--..- ... . - wny we say it will be the
LZ " V?"- - 1 yu better goods for less money than has ever
been -fmpted before. You W ee these great values to appreciate them. Here
is a partial list of our Great Values:
suSng? 1 You wSrfinSC1 ?l0$' Pr Serges, Satin Cotelles and fancy
LS Kd 3SV SfiS foVthislafe f"
t!an afm brown,
pricefor the sale W Shades and sel1 re2uIar at 85(1 and $1-00- All are
-::,SYiiY,-...--- ' 69c
anSolatKS ever?; shad! Wool Batiste, . Albatros, Serges,
7St?Sdtefees and fancy tings.; All are 50c,' 60clnd
.. . una uaie . "jyC"'
Inspect these offers before
nM. k : u r ttC eiecuons ror your rail uresses, tor
never before m the city of Corvaffis'has such an ODDortunitv been
Presented to You
Remember this Sale lasts
Only ONE WEEK. ... heeinniTi o-
atvrdaV,' Qctober; 16 and
dosing Satprday' ' night,
. Presented ' to You
Remember this sale
. .only ONE WEEK, becrinniric
Saturday, October 16, andV
closing . Saturday 'night. '
L October .23.
t f 1 ' i.
10 and 12y2c
- '. : " . I
, - I I A SAFE PLACE TO TRADE -
" ".. . -. ; ".'-jr
$3 and $3.50
10 and 15c