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About The daily gazette-times. (Corvallis, Benton County, Or.) 1909-1921 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 18, 1909)
F. L. MILLER
142 Second Street
IF YOU WANT NEW
a ". EDISON RECORDS
That have not been played
" buy from v
Graham & Wells
:: We do not allow anyone .to "
'handle our Records but our . '
clerks. " '" "' -
G. K. FARRA, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND
Surgeon. Office in Burnett Block,
over Harris! Store. Residence corner
Seventh and Madison. Office hours:
8 to 9 s. m.;' i to a p. m. Phones:
OflSce, 2128, Residence, 404.
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. : i
I "You will have to show me. " "The
( Man From Missouri." To-night. .
I Lee Willard and company twelve
people are registered at the Hotel
Mi;s. George W. Belt caught 18
large salmon trout and two big bass
', while trolling yesterday at Half moon
"The Sunny Side of Broadway,"
scheduled for an appearance here could
not jump from Astoria in time to fill its
booking here and the date was cancelled
some time ago.
M. H. Bauer received a telegram this
morning from his brother stating that
their mother was critically ill at Lin
coin, Neb., and he and Mrs. Bauer left
here at noon for that city. Friends
here hope that the tidiijgs are not as
serious as the telegram would seem to
Mrs. A. J. Johnson and little daugh
ter, who went with Senator Johnson to
Burns and returning stopped off at
Tygh Valley to visit a brother, is ex
pected home tonight. A son, Darrow,
is afflicted with .something akin to
diphtheria and is now quarantined at
the home here. - .
The numerous stockholders an Cor
vallis of the United Wireless Telegraph
company are congratulating themselves
over the fact that a hew central station
has just been established at the Hotel
Perkins, m Portland, and that the com
pany is preparing to establish a number
of new stations up the , Willamette
. The Walters stock company closed its
engagement at the Palace theater
Saturday night, and was greeted by
packed houses at each performance.
The picture program, entitled "Marble
Heart," was a top-notcher and was
thoroughly enjoyed. The Star put on
a moving picture program and at times
people were standing in line out into
the street waiting to get inside the
theater. This week the Palace will
put on a motion picture nroeram and a
iuu orcnestra will play at each per
formance. - V ' -.r t .' -
W. K. Taylor, member of the Board
01 .Mucation, - says that J. while the
j location of the north school building is
low, .that section is not unsanitary.
1 Drainpipe being laidlhere has a fall of
j five feet in 700, amply sufficient.
While there is no sewer system,.' a
septic tank wilTTie' "tried; "ana" these
tanks are now replacing sewer systems
'in some towns. Mr. Taylor agrees
"that some extra dirt about the building
will make the location- better, and this
j will be put there as soon as the board
, can see it way clear. The Board is now
interested injgetting some good' walks
in that vicinity.
- Evan P. Hughes, pastor at the Con
rgregational church, read his resignation
yesterday. The. health of both himself
and wife requires that he give up the
work for an indefinite time, hence -the
resignation. Mr. Hughes will remain
here and continue his work until his
successor is secured. Hia nWoH
j cessation of activity brings sincere re-
l Ofrflt t ln Z1 j.; , . - ,
w me vuugregauonai people.
Mr. Hughes has been entirely satisr
factory and his scholarly capacity was
ever a source of pride and pleasure to
those who attended his churchi Mr.
Hughes's plans for the future are not
definitely known. ' - : ,
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
An adjourned meeting of the Con
mercal Club will be held Tuesday night,
Oct 26, At that time ; Congressman
Hawley will be in the city and will
probably talk to the citizens assembled
at the club.
A. J. Johnson is at home from his
trip to the Seattle fair, and Eastern
Oregon where he went to look after
his Jbanking interests. At the fair the
Willamette Valley Stock and Land Co's
fine Hereford cattle won $859 in cash
prizes. At Burns, Mr. Johnson found
the First National Bank, of which he is
the DrinciDal Stockholder, dninor a
$5l0, 000 business. The business of
this Dank has grown to that figure
from $180,000 three and one half years
ago. . ' ...
EXCURSION TO ALBERTA
Notice--The Ide-MeCarthy Land Co.
of Portland will run an excursion to
Alberta, Canada. Oct. 30." For Darticu-
larf and rates inquire of J. Jackson, 317
Second St, Corvallis, Ore. Phone 3173
Suits and Overcoats
From $8 to $25
The season's latest styles and
" v choicest fabrics:
I A. K. RUSS
Dealer in all Men's Furnishings
, We sell ' cheapest because we sell
CORVALLIS. - - OREGON
J. C. Donovan, charged with violat
ing speed laws of the city, was arraigned
before J udge Denman this morning.
He pleaded guilty and was fined $25.
On Saturday Donovan . indicated that
he might fight, the case and he was
rather insistent in his statements that
the arrest was an outrage. He was
; even angrier this morning when as
j sessed for the first offense the highest
penalty provided. He felt that his
voluntary return here and final pleading
entailed him to consideration, but Judge
Deman has the idea- that he is going
to convince careless people that it is
better not, to violate ordinances.
Frightful Fate Averted
WANTED Capable eirl wants posi
tion with family to do general house
work. Apply 421 N.. Third St. 10-19-3t
v Our buy in Ladies' Tailored Suits and Coats seems
to be just right. A lot of satisfied customers evi-
dently thinks so, from the way these goods are
rapidly moving out
We are getting more new suits
and coats in every day to meet
the constant demand. '
This is the keynote to the big success we are hav
ing in this popular department
THE SHOE DEPARTMENT ,
Continues to receive large shipments' of the famous ; '
' - . "K.-D. &' Co." Shoes.. These Shoes have style and ,!
- -are titters. ?
MEN'S AND BOYS' OVERCOATS
Big New stock just received
..Men Wanted Steady work on ranch
near Monroe for Oregon Apple? Com
pany. Apply to J. C. Currin, Monroe,
or EW. Johnson, Corvallis, Oregon.
: .: ' ' ,' " - 10-11-tf
, WANTED-A ' suite of i rooms , for
light housekeeping, . or a partly, fur
nished house.--location near College
preferred. Best references . given
F. N. " Cornholm, sreneral deliverv.
P. Q, Corvallis. 30-8-25
WANTED Experienced cirl for
eral housework. Phone 4266 9-24-tf
All other departments getting in new things every
day. Today we have received our latest line of
Ladies' Shirt Waists in all the newest fabrics.
FOR SALE On account of leaving-!
city, a lot of household furniture. Call ;
521 North Fourth street. S. BicknelL !
- - 10-16-2t ;
For Sale Cheap A
cook, stove and buggy.
Madison. " ; .
FOR RENT-Corner Third and Jeffer
son Sts, suite of rooms, convenient to
bumess section. ,10-5-tf
"I would have been a cripple for life,
from a terrible cut on my , knee cap,
writes Frank Dibberry,. Kelliher, Minn,
'without Bucklen's Arnica Salve, which
soon cured me." Infallible for wounds,
cuts and bruises, it soon cures Burns,
Scalds, Old Sores, Skin Eruptions.
World's best for Piles. 25 cents at all
or and Licessed Fmbnlmer. Sue-
cesser to Bovee & Bauer Corvallis,
Oregon. Ind. Phone 45; ' Bell Phone
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.
The Elmore Hotel
1 Under New Management
Neat and Clean
BEST 25c MEAL INj THE CITY
$1.00 per Day
Special Rates by the Week or Month
, Fourth and Monroe Srreets
Corvallis - - Oregon"
These cost money and are v
worth your attention. : V,
" Pacific Chief Ranges and Charter
Oak Heaters at Kempin's store, 103 N.
Second street. 10-18-6t
New goods arriving daily at Patter
son's - grocery." ; We solicit a part of
your trade. 10-15-tf
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
Everything fresh and clean at Pat
terson's grocery. Call us up and give
us a trial. Phone 3283. " 10-15-tf.
LEE WILLARD in the
charming 4-act comedy,
Get your window , glass at A. L. j
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." ' ; s t 'J 'Jl : 9-28-tf
Go to Andrews & Kerr's' Bakery for
fresh pies cakes, cookies,' etc, 9-24tf
. Eat Golden Rod Flakes," 1 t! '
They are better for breakfast,
Than old-fashioned corn cakes,
And five minuets time,
Is all that it takes it V ' f v
, At Kline's. , 6-12-tf x
Watch for Andrews & Kerr's special .
Special Prices first 4 rows, 75c.
Balance reserved at 50c.
Admission 35c :; f