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About The daily gazette-times. (Corvallis, Benton County, Or.) 1909-1921 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1909)
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IF YOU WANT NEW
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Graham & Wells
We do not allow anyone to
handle our Records but our
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SG. R. FARRA, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND
Surgeon. Office in Burnett Block,
over Harris' Store. Residence corner
Seventh and Madison. Office hours:
8 to 9 a. m.; i to 2 p. m. Phones:
Office, 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. '
Suits and Overcoats
From $8 to $25
The ' season's latest styles and
A. K. RUSS
Dealer' in all Men's Furnishings
We sell cheapest because we sell
for cash. : -. .;'
CORVALLIS. . OREGON
M. S.-BOYEE ; FUNERAL DIRECT
or and Licensed Fmbalmer Suc
cessor to Bovee & Bauer Corvallis,
, Oregon. Ind. Phone 4s. Bell Phone
,; 241. jjr Lady attendant when desired. . .
BLACKLEDGE & EVERETT. T,T-
censed embalmers and funeral direct
ors, r Have everything new in coffins,
caskets and burial robes. Calls ans
wered .day and night. Lady "assist
ants Embalming a specialty. Day
phones, Ind. 117 and 1153, Bell, 531;
night phones, Ind. 2129 and 1153.
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The Linn county Assessor raised the
Willamette Valley Co. 's valuation from
$100,000 to $214,000, so of course there
is a scrap on
Floyd Williams, formerly a star of
the O. A. C. athletic squad, played
I with Independence against Albany
last Saturday and made a great show
. ing say the Albany papers,
I Tom Richardson, heap much talk of
i the Portland Commercial braves, will
. be in Corvallis, Tuesday. Oct 26. He
; will be given an opportunity to scatter
Droadcast some of his optimsim.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Anjrell. of Col
lege Hill, gave an informal chess and
' card party to few friends last night.
Profs. Tallandier, Bexell and McKellips,
, with their wives, were present. ,
I Jess Wiley has sold his livery stable
to Carmichael & Ridenour, owners of
the stable on North Second. It is un
derstood that Mr. Wiley has agreed to
not engage in a like business here.
The ladies of the Aid SrwiVtv nf tha
Congregational church will arive their
regular monthly social at the home of
Mrs. iJerchtold, Sixth and Tvler streets
tomorrow, Wednesday, afternoon at 2:30
.0 cracky... . ... ..v..
..r Pres. W. J. Kerr has just been
named a delegate -to the-National
Farmers Convention at Raleigh, N. C,
in November. ! The appointment comes
from Gov. Benson,' who' also named
five other - delegate;. to represent
Oregon. " ;
' ' Metzger's team of gridiron warriors
goes to Walla Walla for a eame with
Whitman on Oct. 29. : The Whitman
aggregation has ever been a strone and
tricky one and there is no r excellent
prospect that O. A. C. will not get a
drubbing. ' . , - (
i The Journal considers a three pound
potato worthy of particular mention.
There is now in the Stevenson real
estate office a potato . weighing 7 1-2
pounds. This is a whole hill of 'pota
toes in one. Potato freaks are very
common in this vicinity this year." . " ' -
i Mrs. O. C French and . Mrs. Frank
Davis filed papers against Mrs. D. R.
i Davis yesterday chartrine her with
being insane. In the meantime Mrs'.
Davis had written to Chief Wells that
her accusers, or some of the family,
had put in an appearance at her house.
I and raised quite a row. The court de
j cided that facts set forth were insuffi
, cient for action. -. .
I Judge McFadden will have 20,000
pounds of dried prunes this year. The
Judge raised a phenomenal wheat and
oats crop on his Junction City farm
i and now shows up with a tremendous
lot of prunes. And he got his start in
. life by helping an Oregonian escape
'from a California jail! When Judge
McFadden's memoirs are published the
public is going to have some interesting
reading. ; , , . ? '
The Journal's authority on football
says: ;At O. A. C. Metzger is having
all kinds of trouble in getting 11 men
together to make even a moderately
good showing. With Wallace and
Wolff both out, only three men of last
year's regulars are left, and as they
play in the back field Metzger is
compelled to develop a halfback, a
quarterback, and a complete line,
barring a tackle, which is taken care
of by Evendori; The prospects are the
gloomiest OyA. C. has experienced in
"Jim" McCausland, who was with
Chief Wells, M. T. Burnet and Chas.
L. Baker on their Alsea hunting trip,
trot. ' niflTiv fin ninfnM. .1.
d j biucB ui me camp,
scenery and the hunters." The pictures
are so very superior that some of them
show the members of the party to be
good looking. In , one picture Chief
Wells is as "cute"4 as any girl in Cor
vallis. In some of the pictures that
are a little "off" the whole bunch
might well be taken for the convicts
that escaped from the Salem pen. All
of the pictures except one. where he is
sitting, makes Baker look ten feet
tan. Jinroute they caught a picture of
a farmer driving oxen and horses hitch
ed to a wagon. At another place they
got a shot at a short log that contained
3000 feet of lumber.
The Water Commission sent a man
this morning to traverse the various
small brooks that form the- Mary's
Peak stream furnishing water for the
Corvallis system. The Commission de
sires to know that these streams are
clean and that the water is not polluted
by some ",stray animal having fallen
therein and died. This is a precaution
ary measure that the public will endorse
and appreciate. It is not enough to
have mountain water it must be pure
mountain water, and the disposition of
the Commission to make sure of this is
highly commendable. It is said that
the Commission also expects to cover
the two reservoirs with wire screen.
This will prevent squirrels, birds, . and
small rodents from dropping into these
places, and perhaps save some young
ster from drowning. All this is well
and good. " . .
Fall and, Winter
Clothing For' Men
The Newest Styes
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
A marriage license has been granted
Ira E. Putman and Elsie May Fisher.
The bride-to-be is the seventeen-year-old
daughter of Mrs. Anna S Bryant,
who gave her consent.
Mrs. J. Mason, the milliner, has
just received a shipment of nine dozen
hats, in all the latest styles and most
popular shades and colors, which the
ladies are invited to make their selec
tions from. -
The fields were full of hunters Sun
day, but few found many of the feath
ered beauties. The hunters are puz
zled by the scarcity of pheasants and
there seems to be no agreement as to
the why of their absence. , .,, ' "
There will be a regular communica
tion of Corvallis Lodge No. 14, A., F.
ana A. " M. tomorrow, Wednesday,
evening, at which time there will he
work hrthe M. M. degree, followed by
a banquet. All members are requested
to be present.
Thursday, the 28th, is mentioned as
the day Benton county people should
visit the Albany Annie Fair. Booster
Struble has agreed to give each Corval
lis visitor on that day two apple pies,
or j apple dumplings, a half gallon
of; apple butter -and twenty
four biscuits or a dozen apple fritters
like mother never , learned to make.
The visitors can have their choice of
good things and a place to sit down and
eat them, "it's ud to vou. '
' PreUminary plans for lavinsr of sewer
pipe in the northwestern part of the
city were made some time ago. A
modification of these plans, will proba
bly be adopted some time before spring
and work begun in time to have the
mains completed -before the summer
months. Mayor Watters is authority
ior tnis statement. The sewerage is
supposed to be needed less in the win
ter time, and it would cost much ' more
to lajr pipe how. The council is in
f avor j'of sewer extension and. - expects
to, accomplish work along this line.
S. N. Wilkins. who has been here
the past week looking after business :
iui.ci.cots, leaves tomorrow ior his home
at Portland. Last winter this former
Corvallisite - spent the time in the
South, returning north nineteen pounds
to the good.' On his return - inflam
matory rheumatism cot the best nf
him and during April and May his con
dition was such that he was not ex
pected to survive. He found relief nt
a Portland sanitarium and now looks
good for another hundred years:1" Mr.
Wilkins has faith in the future of Cor
vallis and expects to see it make ex
cellent progress in the near future,
but says this will depend on the atti
tude of men having mbnev to invest.
If they invest with thought of the fu
ture, rather than temporary gain in
mind, all will be well. With a moA
Start, things will move rapidly; a bad
start will be scarcely better than no
start at all. '
l( The Bed-Rock Of Success '
Lies in a keen, clear brain,
backed by indomitable will and
resistfess energy. Such power comes
from the splendid health that Dr.
King's New Life Pills impart. They
vitalize every organ and build up brain
and body. J. A. Harmon, Lizemore,
W. Va.. writes: "They are the best
pills I ever used," 25 cents at all
TO THE PERU
Making the largest number of
words from the expression
"Smith, the Jeweler," and send
ing the list to his store, 151 Mad
ison street, before November 5,
will be presented with a beautiful
fountain pen. 10-7-e-o-d-tf.
The Elmore Hotel
" Under; New Management
. ' . Neat and Clean
BEST 25o MEAL INJ THE CITY
$1.00 per Day ,
Special Rates by the Week or Month
. E. M. DROWN
' - Proprietor -'
Fourth and Monroe .Streets'
Corvallis - . -' , Oregon
SIMPLE WASH CURES ECZEMA
Why Salves Fail While a Simple Liquid
Has Accomplished Thousands
It is now thoroughly establish-
j ed among the best medical au
i thorities that eczema is nufelv a
i skin disease, due to a germ, and
curable only throuerh the skin.
It is not a blood disease at all: in
fact, thousands of people suffer
witn skin disease and are per
tectly healthy otherwise, and
thereby prove they have no dis
eased blood. ,.,
Smeary salves cannot reach the
germs because they do not pene
trate the skin. The only way to
reach the germs is by means of
a penetrating liquid.
Such a liquid "can be obtained
by simply mixing ordinary oil of
i . 'Lt .i i .
wiuwjrjjreen wimtnymoi, glycer
ine and other healine aerents r
This compound- kriown as D. TV
D. Prescription, stops the itch in
stantlyand the cures all appear
to be permanent In fact, it took
thousands of jcures, case after
case, before the best scientific
authorities were convinced of the
absolute merit of this remedy.
D. D. D. Prescription kills, the
germs in the itching skin. Its
effect is seen within one minute
af ter the first application. We
especially recommend : D. D. D.
Soap in connection with the treat
ment. Aliens Woodward.
EXCURSION TO ALBERTA
Notice The Ide-McCarthv Land Co.
of Portland will run . an excursion to
Alberta, Canada, Oct. 30. For particu
lars and rates inquire of J. Jackson, 317
Second St., Corvallis, Ore. Phone 3173
, WANTED-Capable girl wants posi
tion with family to do general house
work. Apply 421 N. Third St. 10rl9-3t
Men Wanted Steadv work on ranch
near Monroe for' Oregon Apple Com
pany." Apply to J. C. Currin, Monroe,
or B. W.' Johnson, Corvallis, Oregon.
WANTED A suite of rooms for
light housekeeping, or- a partly fur
nished Ihouse.' Location; near College
preferred. -'Best references given
F. N. Cornholm, general delivery,
P. Q. Corvallis. ? 30-8-25
WANTED Experienced girl for gen
eral housework. Phone 4266 -24-tf "
For Sale Cheap A second-hand
cook stove and buggy. Inquire 557
Madison. , 10-4-tf
FOR RENT- Corner Third and Jeffer
son Sts, suite of rooms, convenient to
buiness section. 10-5-tf
These cost money and are
worth your attention.
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 tradet 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
ix loaves of bread for 25 cents i : 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.
Get your window glass at A. L.
Miner's. North Second St. 9-28-tf
GOOD BOARD-And pleasant rooms
for people, i Electire ; lights and bath.
Everything homelike, 440 S. 11th Sts.
phone 1150. : . - 9-28-tf
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-fashioned1 corn cakes, '
And five minuets time,
Is all that it takes '
At Kline's. - . ; " 6-12-tf
Watch for Andre wb & Kerr's special
delivery.. ' 9-24-tf
Plows ! Plows V. Plows!
Good News For The Farmers .
We carry the v
OLIVER CHILLED AND STEEL
The best that can be made.'
r rrt. Ur Une Pf DiSC' 1)3:85 SPrine Tooth Harrows is complete,
of imF1rmertsCat alwayS dePend uPn getting'what they want in the way
A modern school for the study of music
School of Music
Oregon Agricultural College
Prof. William Frederic Gaskins, Di
rector Voice Culture, Conducting.
Prof, William Robinson Boone, Pi
- ano, Organ, Theory.
May Babbitt:Ressler, Piano, Music
: r euagogics
hi, i.f-,X. 77. ' .? vviudcd ui Buiuy systemaucauy taugnt
by instructors of broad attainments, ample experience, recognized author
rT161!01 ad7anced. students may enter at any time and complete
courses as rapidly as is consistent with good scholarship. ,
Chorus, Two Glee Clubs, Orchestra, Band,
For catalog or particular information, address (Prof.) William
Frederic Gaskins, Director, Room 37. Administration Building, O. A. C.
GOOD NEWS FOR THE FARMER
The Wonder Disc Sharpener
WiU put an edge as keen as new on your Disc Plows and Cultivators
.at a much less price than you can do the old pounding act for.
Bring in Your Discs and Have Them Put in Proper
Shape For the Fall Plowing. You'll -Save
Money by It.
Prompt Attention Given all Work Brought in by the Farmers
j Machinists and Horseshoeing
Second and Adams Streets - ' - Corvallis, Oregon
NEW .. 'yv
- Phone 3
. Can be had WITH silk tops andDETACHABLE,
Plain or Fancy HANDLES
Complete............. $2.00 up -
Extra handles .... 50c to $10. 00
E Wr PR ATT, Jeweler and Optician
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,
THE DAILY GAZETTE-TL!S,
Genevieve Baum-Gaskins, Voice, Or
Hans Pospischil, Violin, Composition,
nmir.. A i . n . .
50c PER MONTH