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scarf and lunch
Top " ' ;
142 Second Street
IF YOU WANT NEW
That have not been played
buy from 0" "v-v - k
Graham & Wells
We do not allow ; anyone to
handle our Records but our
Linn county has issued 1478 hunters'
license to date. '
I want to see 'The Spoilers" next
Saturday night " "
Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Young left yes
terday for Spokane, Wash., to visit
their daughter, Mrs. Anna HalL
Dr. Bell and the young people's
society of the Presbyterian church are
f elated over the receipt of the 100 song
, books they have been working so hard
J A nine pound girl came to the home
; of Dr. and Mrs. Rowley- last night
. about 7 o'clock. Though elated, Dr.
Rowley guessed the weight at eight
pounds, but the scales showed nine
I .The thunder heard lastnight was the
nrst heard here 4n two years. '. In the
, history of the. .Willamette valley, a
genuine electrical storm has never
been witnessed. ' There was but one
peal yesterday, and, that" far from a
A Linn county man with thousands
of acres hedoesn't want to till asked
4.1 i 1
mai ms assessment per acre be re
duced from ?10 to $3. The Board of
-Equalization says his land is "tillable."
. whether he tills it or not, so the assess
ment will stick.
One of the butchers of this citv savs
Corvallis should have a meat inspector
then the public could have assurance
that its meat is all, it should be. Inas
much as a competent inspector would
probably cost the city about $1500 a
year,, the .taxpayers ... would,- probably
preier to risk it
: There is a. scarcity of laboring men
in this section. It has been difficult to
obtain men for work on Q, A." C. 's new
buildings, and r various other work has
gone begging. for help." - The Oregon
Apple Co. wants a dozen men for con
tinuous work at wages above that us
ually paid for farm work, but has not
. been able to get them. , , .
Rev. Joseph Emery, for eighteen
.years a teacher -at O,, A..C., spoke, at
chapel this morning. He gave an ex
cellent talk on the necessity of moral
as well aa mental, and physical devel
opment. Mr. Emery was at O. A. C.
. from 1868 to 1886, when the big school
1 was denominational. He is here from
i can rrancisco lor a stay of some time
' G. R. FARRA, M. D., PHYSICIAN AJD
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,.. 21 28, 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
' xf 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. 8. BOVEE, FUNERAL DIRECT
or . and Licensed , Fmbalmer. Sue-
cesser to Bdvee & Bauer 'Corvallis,
Oregon. ... IndT Phone 45. Bell Phone
," 241, Lady, attendant when desired.
BLACKLEDGE & 'EVERETT, - li
censed embalmers and funeral direct
. ore. Have everything new in coffins,
' caskets and burial robes. Calls' ans
wered -day and : night. Lady . assist-
ant 5 - Embalming a : specialty, s j Day
0 phones, Ind, 117 aad.1153, Bell; 681;
night phones, Ind. 2129 and 1153.
Philip H. !ale, , popular orator and
graduate at O.'Ai-C., left Corvallis to-
4 day for Ann Arbor, ,Mich., where he
and Ivan Kerr, another i popular orator
and graduate last year;- will - study law.
Cale spent his summer at the A-Y-P.
E., as lecturer at the Iggorrote village.
! He and Kerr are able vouner men and
will make their mark at Ann Harbor.
I . masiec Artnur Allen celebrated his
eighth birthday at the home of Mrs.
E. Allen today from 2 to 5 p. m. The
little people had a much finer time than
i-big folks ever do, and. thea..didn't go
away to talk about each others' clothes.
Those present were Lyle and John
Bryson, Emily and Lillian Hout, Helen
Huston, Geneve Kerr, Eleanor Smith,
Marion Bauer and Arthur Allen.
Hans Pospischil. new violinist at O.
A. C, is now organizing an orchestra.
A call for volunteers brought out about
fifty would-be members. From twenty
to thirty of the best will be selected
and these- developed into an organiza- -tion
of real merit, Mr. Pospischil is a
man of considerable enthusiasm, a hard
worker, and. one with a sincere desire
to help along the culture of the college;
and town folk. He is a quiet, unas
suming gentleman and is making, ne w
friends daily. : :;-; ;
- J. G. Morrow, ri crh tnf.-aj a n anrl to.'
agent Son the uthern -Pacific - lines,
came to Corvallis this morning in Jus
; special , car, , and asked -the -Board! of
Equalization to lower the assessment
on S. P. Congressional lands, and the
roadbed of the S. P. and C. & E. The
lands are assessed at about $9.7 per acre.
I Mr. Morrow thought about $4 would be
. right. . , He thinks the valuation of the
j West Side roadbed, should be about
$8,000 a mile and that of the C. & E.
$5,000 a mile. - .-- ,
''This is a freak rain," said the cap
tain of the river steamer Pomona, on
her arrival at Salem . Monday , night.
My barometer -does not show- wet
weather, and I look for showers onlv
jjfor the next day or two. Experience in
tins valley of a number of years leads
me to believe that we will not get any
great . amount of rain until a good,
lively - storm - breaks. That time will
come soon, maybe in a few days, but
this wet spell is not the time." The
stageof ;the Willamette is! very low in
fact, it is next to impossible for
the river steamers to get up stream as
farasJSalem. . The voyage now Sakes a
Oregon a and. the Pomona have to resort
to everjrdevice known to inland naviga-" i
tion. to pull against the shallow current
in 20 inches of water on the riffles.
Capstan-.bars, steam-attached cables
and poles were used yesterday Ty the
Pomona, which repeatedly vat fast in
lbeal places. Thi rain. will help- some.
though.1!..' - -
Fall arid Winter
. 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
catarrh m mnAT i.
It" is sold ty leading druggiste everyn
f .w'e-; ' a . complete outfit, -includingd
iwer, costs JUxtra bottles, 50c?
uiea sore tnroatj coughs and colds.
v "I take especial pride in recommend
ing Hvomei to asthmafio cnff,. t
- - w. BUUCIC1B, d9 1 J
know by experience that it is a remedy!
-"res. x nave not since using Hy-
any recurrence oi asthma.
Mrs. Wm, Burton, ' Owosso, Mich.,
June 22, 1909. '
F?? stomhmisery, sour stoml
- , -iiiig, mux cures au Btomach di
moey back- Largo box of tab.
lets 60 cents. Druggists m all towns.
EXCURSION TO ALBERTA
Flows! Plows! Plows!
Good News For The Farmers
We carry the
OLIVER CHILLED AND STEEL
- -j ug-u uw r j sr -- wouu win run al.
died at het home in Kings Valley this ; Alberta, Canada, Oct 30
TTT 1 .. . ... t '
' The funeral will
Notice The Ide-McCarthy Land Co.
Portland - will run 'an' exenraimr n
"Coach Metzger, of the 0. A. C, is
a Cousin of J. R. Metzger of this city
He has the kind of metal that ' counts
and people generally appreciate the'
Stand he has . taken for c WW f oothall
and against bossism of star performers.,
Albany Democrat, '.. "v ;,
W. B. Atkinson, printer taken from
this city a couple of months ago. to be
tried at isalem for stealing an ove&'
coat, was exhonerated by the; grand-
jury. Atkinson is not a bad fellow in
any sense, but is a victim of booze,
who tried to reform while here. He '
had some associates almost as weak as
himself and he fell after keeping
straight a nionth or mofre.
Mrs. Harford will preside: at: the
Thursday afternoon W. C. T. U. meet
ing -at the Reading room at 3 o'clock;
The program will be - as - follows:
Devotional held by Mrs. J. W.' Ihrie.-
topic, "W. C. T. IT."; ' "Its Object,"
Mrs. W. E. Smith; "Its Value,"
Miss Nancy Campbell: "What It" Has
Accomplished,", Mrs.. W.! H... Dilley;
What It Has Done For Me Individu-.
ally" l; members; business. , sonir.
'Make the Map All White." led ' bv
Mrs. R. Mears; W. CJ T. U. benedic
tion. All will be welcome at this meet-
While in Eastern Oresron last week. '
the party composed of W: B.- and P. L.
i-ate, Mr. Everett and R'. L. Glasa.
had great funi ' They went to look at
therground in that, section but made a
vacation .t out of it. i P. L. ; Cate liked
the, "hay , stack land. ' 'but thinks 'th
desert land will . never be worth- while.
While' many' small streams traverse the
desert,' no verduretof any kind -grows
there except where something r has
been sowed or "planted. On their return
oyer the mountains they ran into a
bear the size of an elephant, fired at it
and only by whipping up at a terrible
rate aid Mr. Glass, the . driver, get
them out of a bad scrape. -. At least
this is what Mr. Cate says Mr. Glass
"HUH Lly lLKZ
bear was probablya stray sheep. ; '
lars and rates inquire of J.' Jackson, 317
oecona bU, UorvaUis, Ore. Phone 3173
AMD CU RgTKL(iJg:SS
TKIAt BDTTlt FREt
MD Alt THROAT AND LUHC TROUBLES
Wanted An experienced chamber
maid at the Hotel Corvallis. Good
wages paid. s 10-20-tf
WANTED Capable girl wants posi
tion with familytb do general house
work." Apply 421N. Third St 10-19-3t
Men Wanted Steady 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 house. Location near College
preferred." Best references -given
F.' N. Cornholm, general ' delivery,
P. O. Corvallis.' . 10-8-25
WANTED Experienced rl for iren-
eral housework.:' Phone 4266 '3-24-tf -
: IU A Top Notch Doer
Great deeds compel regard.
world crowns its doers. That's
the American people have crowned Dr
King s New Discovery the King of
Throat and Lung remedies. , Every
atom is a health force. It kills grems,
and colds and lagrippe vanish. It heals
cough-racked mem brances and coughing
stops. Sore, inflated bronchial .tubes
and lungs are cured and hemorrages
cease. ' Dr. Geo: More,4 Black Jack;
N. C., writes "it cured me of lung
trouble, pronounced hopeleBby all doc
tors." 50c, $1.00. - Trial bottle,, free.
Guaranteed by all druggists. ;
Poor deluded victims! . "'
Continually sprinkling and spraying
and stomach dosing.
What are you doing it for?
Trying to kill the catarrh germs? -
Might ' just as well try to" kill a cat
with fresh milk.
' Sticking a piete of chewing gum in
the upper left hand corner of the right
ear would slaughter just as many germs.
You can't kill the germs that cause
catarrh unless you get where they are.
You can get where the germs are by
breathing Hyomei, the powerful yet
soothing antiseptic, which is prepared
especially to kill catarrh germs.
Just b,reathe it in, that's all. It gives
joyful relief in five minutes. It is guar
anteed, by . Graham & Wells ; to cure
FOR SALE Good family horse, and
two seated surrey. Call at - Benton
County Lumber Cb.'s yard. 10-20-ct
For Sale Cheap A - second-hand
cook stove and buggy. Inquire 557
Madison. 1 10-4-tf
Furnished rooms for light housekeep
ing. Modern conveniences. 1 623 South
4th. Phone 3120. ' 10-20-tf
FOR RENT-Corner Third and Jeffer
son Sts, suite of rooms, convenient" to
bumess section. 10-5-tf
The best that can hp mnrlo
Our h'ne of Disc. Drr nH Snrino Tt, u . , .
I , m, m awwuu uuiuwa i complete.
; of Lo!eSIntSCt? SlWayS dCpelld Upn gettias hat they want in the way
These cost money and' are
worth your attention. -
For a cood hicr snnit-arir lnnf nf hiuoJ
go to Small, the only machine shop in
the city. ; . .- . , Wed-Sat-29
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 8 grocery. We solicit a part of
your trade. 10-15-tf
'The! Elmore v Motel
v Under New. Management,"
v Neat .and Clean
BEST -25c .MEAL EN I THE CITY
, $1.00 per Day
Special Rates by the Week or Month
, . e.,u.,drown
' " Proprietor
-,-. Fourth and Monroe Srreets '
Corvillia- , - Oregon
Art squares and , rues, full line at
Blackledge's furniture store. 10-2-tf 1 -
place. ' , V:
eastern oysters at Dad's
Six loaves of bread for 25 cents at
Andrews & Kerr's Bakery. . 9-24-tf r
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
Miner's. North Second St.
: GOOD BOARD And pleasant rooms
forg?eople. 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-fashioned corn eakes, '
And five minuets time, '
- Is all that it takes
At Kh'ne'B. ' 6-12-tf,
Watcfe f of 'Andrew & Kerr's peeial
delivery.' v 9-24-tf
. A MODERN SCHOOL FOB THE STUDY OF MUSIC
Oregon Agricultural College
Prof. William Frederic Gaskins, Di-
rector Voice Culture,' ponductirig.
Prof. William Robinson Boone; Pi
. ano, Organ, Theory. -
May Babbitt-Ressler, Piano, Music
Genevieve Baum-Gaskins, Voice; Or
i Hans Pospischil, Violin, Composition.
' Harrv T. RearH Ttan n;-
K. jW-iCT, lIVe' Jpessive courses, of study systematically taught
instructors of broad attainments,- ample experience, recognized author
iH eg,nne,or yced.tudents may enter at any time and complete
courses as rapidly as is consistent with good scholarship. npieie
: Chorus; Two Glee Clubs, 7 Orchestra, Band,
For catalog or particular information, address (Prop.) William
Frederic Gaskins, Director, Room 37. Administration Building, jO. A. C.
"THE SCHOOT; OF OT TAT tty
Tenth and Morruon, Portland, Orejoo 3 3 A. P. Armstrontf, LL.B., Principal
Old in years, new m methods admittedly the high-standard
commercial school of the Northwest. Open all the year. More
calls for help than we can meet position certain. Class and
individual instruction. BookkeeoinS from written fnrma an A Kv
office practice. ' Shorthand that excels in everv resoectr .Wriil
penmanship department. Write? for illustrated catalogue.
DCD5R HClllTnil UnmiAnr nn
We do the Best Plumbing and
- Carry a full line of Plumbers' Supplies
; Deeders In
-Hardware, Implements, Buggies, Wagons, Cream Sepa
rators, Graniteware, Tinware and Builders'
Congo Roofing and Quick Ileal Ranges
Second Street, - - Corvallis, Oregon
DO YOU KNOW HOW TO BUY PAINT
i e, , It's easy here,., because our stock of Acme Quality Paint, .
, i- iwi v in msu, inajneis anu otams proviQe you witn
the best for anv ourrjose vou want it ' Wo pan f nmistfi
you with! Window Glass, Raven Ready Roofing and ;
lug jjaLt;L m wan capers.
WALL PAPER AND PAINT, STORE
North Second Street Omiosite Palace TriPAt-!-
:jy ?r'T"F r7i;:..i.s f 'f rmi.
3 151! i ' f rtDATOTATVS flM XB ETtlTIUTt CVCDYUniCDB Tint TTT7n 1V1 1 V
GRADUATES CAN BE FOUND EVERYWHERE POINTING TO
THIS SCHOOL AS TOE REASON FOKTHEIRREKARKABLE SUCCESS
Facts Worth Noting
Enrollment of students past year 468. '
AU graduate placed In good positions.
Filled but 70 per cent applications for office help.
Reputation for thorough and personal Instruction.
Safe and refining Influences.
Send for new Folder and Success Stories.
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