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CORVALLIS DAILY GAZETTE
' Published every evening except Sun
day. Office: 259-263 Jefferson- street
corner Third street, Corvallis, Oregon.
Address all communications and make
all remittances payable to the Corvai.
lis Gazette. ..
In ordering changes of address, sub
scribers should' always give old as well as
has been minutely anatomized, I QQ :yo ff onroe
uu rive iias ueen resoiveu into uis
primitive elements and Tenny
son has been reduced to a triurat
ed mass of vocables.
All arrangements have now been com
The colleges have told the com- pleted by the Marine Band and the peo-
mon schools how much algebra Ple ot Monroe tor the big excursion and
4-1 4'i. v,. u Picnic which will.' go. from here- to that
lucj muou vu, uun iuuiu pretty little town nexf Saturday.
tory how much science. Jivery- The committee on transportation con
thing has been precisely measur- sists of O. C. Senger, J. Felton, C. R.
ed off. the sentimental and hu- Col?ert'. R Moses d J. F Dennison,
1 . 1! ' 0
man element; eliminated ana me ments includes C. W. McLyman, Chas
SUBSCRIPTION .RATES irreducible dust of knowledge Young and J. J. Howser.
daily . thrown into examinable shaoe President Kerr, of OAC, is to deliver
Delivered by carrier, per week $ 15 1 , . . an address and the ball games will be
Delivered by carrier, per month 50 tor the convenience Ot college en- Junction city vs. Corvallis Cubs and
By mail, one year in advance. .,... 5 00 ! trance reauirements. That this Monroe vs. Corvallis Hisrh School.
dustry. He js packing his surplus cr. p
of Spitzenberg apples in quart cans for
the local market and is finding a ready
sale for the goods.. These apples are
packed by Mr. Pernot with the greatest
care and their delicious flavor is much
admired by all who have eaten the
fruit. This industry while started in a
small way, promises to be a profitable
venture for Mr. Pernot.
By mail, one month, in advance
CORVALLIS WEEKLY GAZETTE
Published Every Friday
Entered at the postoffice at Corvallis,
Oregon, as second class matter.
One year, in advance $2.00
Six moths, in advance .'. 1.00
CHAS. L SPRINGER, Editor and Publisher.
1 1 11 I '1 hits avunfcinn oH mnniA Tinll K n
soinrocess nas Deen a laDor-saving "0 F.v.mv n.u uc
one for the facnlties there can he s r a u everyLUU1 possiuie nas
UIlo 1UI tile lalUllies Ullclc Call wo 1 . . , i .. . i 1
1 ueen uune to matte it eujoyauie.
little . doubt. Whether it has
made the schools more useful to
the country or not is another
question. The conditions which
please the learned gentleman
who arrange college entrance re
nnirpiYipnt!: jita not. npppssjiril v
J. medals which OAC has had especially
ucst uu iui nie uup aim made for the winners at the field meet
girls who have to submit to them, here on Saturday.
From this point of view, while it These medals are very vtty in de
Arrival and Departure of Trains
UNION DEPOT, CORVALLIS
R. C. LINVIL1 E, Agent
Arrive Southern Pacific Depart
11:30 a m. Passenger 1:30 p m
5:40p.m. Freight 6:40 a. ni
Corvallis fe Eastern
11 a. in. Passenger east li:i5 a m.
8:35 a m.. ' "
1:20 p m. " west
4:35 p. in " east
1:15 p. m.
Daily except Sunday,
6:30 a m.
2:15 P- m
6 p. m
1:40 p. m
11:15 a. m
Opens 8 a. m, closes 6 p. m. Sundays
and holidavs. opens'io a. m., closes 11
7. 10 a.m, 12 m.
10 A m, 2, 3pm
10'a m, 5pm
Portland 5:30, 10:30 a m, 12 m
5:80 d ra
Albany 5:83, 10:30 a m, 5;30
7, 10 a m, 12 m Washington ar.d 10:3f n m, 12:30
Eastern states 5:30 nm
California a and 10:30 a m, 5:30
points South - - p m
points West 12:30 p m
Monroe 1:30,5:30 pm
We-iside points 12:45 p m .
.Mill City auJ
way ro.nts . 5:30 a m
5pm Alsea 8-45 a m
loam Monroe "tage 2 pm
5pm Philomath stupe Ham
S. Pratt, the jeweler, has on
in his window 43 handsome
is admitted with Mr.Ackerinan
sign, bearing the name of the Oregon
Agricultural Collesre on the face and
thatthe colleges have deeply in- the event on the reverse side. The
flueneed the loweT-grade schools, Sold ones will be given to winners of
nrsts, saver 10 seconds ana .Dronze to
Better Clean Up
All The Week
The tag sale to defray the expenses
incident to clean up day next Saturday
is now on and the Ladles' Auxiliary
and Civic Improvement' Society mem
bers are making a thorough canvass of
the city to interest all the people in
the movement. ' " ;
It has been suggested that every day
this week should be devoted to cleaning
up by the residents so that it will riot
be neglected and that by Sa'turday ev
erything of n objectionable nature
around town will be in readiness to be
In addition to collecting all refuse and
rubbish it would be an excellent idea to
cut the grass, which is now growing
everywhere in. the streets and to make
the entire city as attractive as possible
in readiness for the coming G. A. R.
it may be inquired with some
seriou'sness whether they have
not done more harm than good
The complaint comes from many
quarters that the college profess
ors who have taken a hand in
this work were without ade
quate acquaintance with the de
mands of modern life; that they
thirds and it has been decided to retain
the same designs for future annual
Mr. Pratt had these medals made un
der his direction and they are prizes
well worthy of the keenest competition.
Union Memorial Service.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
. Department of the Interior,
" U. S. Land Offiee at Roseburg Oregon,
May it, l?09
Notice is hereby given that Albert F. ...
Onkes, of Monroe, Oregon who, on Au
gust 2. 1902, made Homestead Entrv No.
11S91 S. R 03357, tor E of S', Sec
tion 4, Township 14 South, Range 6 We9tt..
Willamette Meridian has filed notice of
intention to make Final Five YearjProof,
to establish claim to the 'land above de-
scribed, before the Coun y Clerk of Ben
ton County, at CotVallis, Oregon, on the
25th day of June, 1909. '
Claimant names as witnesses: Walter
J Sisson, of Monroe. Oregon, R. R. No..
1; Ebba Wilson, of Monroe, Oregon,' R. .
R No 1; Ransom Oakes, of Monroe, Ore
gon, R. R. No. 1; James Oakes, of Mon
roe, Oregon, R. R No. I.
Benjamin L. Edby,
First Publication May 14,1909.
Last Publication June 11, 1909.
I have for sale some of the best busi
ness properties in Corvallis; also choice
residence property. Call and investi
gate. E. F. Baker, Office 111, Second
street, Corvallis, Oregon. - 5-4-8
Ellsworth Post, G. A. R., will fit
tingly hold a union memorial service
I J. O 1 .. J. n 5 T . 1 1 . 1
down cut-and-dried "exi T u y evening cioc n
opera House, me sermon 10 oe preacnea
courses for schools which bear by Rev. H. H. Hubbell, pastor of the
little relevance to future needs of Christian church. A cordial invitatian
the pupils and that the schools, is extended a11 'the ministers of the
, . . , .fl city, the members of the Relief Corps
uuuoi tiicii ucauij iiuiuwiw, and the people to join in this service
have been made so repulsive to and aid in honoring the memory of
those who ought to get the most those comrades who have answered the
1 c e ii ii. . t 1 insiivuim
ueneni, irom mem iiiai ooys De
tween the ages of 14 and 20 for
sake the classroom and get what
Corvallis Canned Apples.
Charles Pernot. the Dractical farmer
education tney can in the street, and fruitgrower, has started a new in
WHERE WORLD'S WORKS OF ART WILL BE HOUSED AT A.-Y.
In this building will be exhibited many priceless paintings. The dis
play will represent the art galleries of the world, for many of these pic
tures will be the work of the old masters, including rare art exhibits
from the Corcoran in Washington, the . Art Museum in New York, the
Chicago Art Institute and from a large number of private galleries of
wealthy men in the United States and Europe, who have for years made
the collection of famous old paintings their hobby. Paris and London
have made large loans.
At the Alaska-Yukon Pacific Exposition the selection of pictures will
be limited to the works of men who have been recognized in the great
art competitions In all parts of the world. Many American artists will
be represented In the display in the Fine Arts Palace at the Exposition
and arrangements have already been made for the shipping of these valu
able paintings from art institues of this country to Seattle.
6. L. Berg, art director of the Exposition, has visited all of the lead
ing galleries of the United States, collecting the pictures suitable for dis
play at Seattle, arid writes that the pictures already loaned will constitute
one of the greatest art displays assembled for international exhibition.
The Fine Arts Building is a fireproof structure and was one of the
first buildings completed on the Exposition Grounds. It cost more than
$200,000 to erect the building.
L. L. BROOKS'
500 bushels of Potatoes
200 bushels nice Wheat
500 pounds Rape Seed
Poultry supplies, stock food, plants
and garden seeds
Get my prices
127 N. 2d St Corvallis
De City Stables
Everything new and up to
date. Kigs furnished on
short notice. Call
and give us a
11:30 a m
10 a m
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subscription will be properly
COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS.
PROMISE TO BE GOOD
Seattle Not to Raise Prices Before or 1
During Fair. '
In his recent address to the
students at the Agricultural Col
lege, Mr. J. H. Ackerman,, - Su
perintendent of Public Instruc
tion, took the ground that the
schools of lower grade are de
pendent on the colleges for ener
gy.and inspiration. Without the
colleges, he gave his young audi
ence to understand, the granv
mar school would pine and lose
their vitality. Iso complete re
port of Mr. Ackerman's remarks
is accessible, but probably this
account of the spirit of his ad
dress is pretty nearly correct, be
cause the opinions ascribed ti
him are those which .educational
leaders have held and practiced
for many years. In a measure
they are warranted. That the
colleges have greatly influenced,
or inspired, the lower schools is
certain, but it is by no means so
certain that the inspiration has
been beneficial. Learned facul
ties have been engaged, for a
long time, in laying down work
for the primary schools to do.
They have prescribed the time
and manner of doing it. They
have measured off the amount
of literature to be studied and en
acted rules for dissecting it. Un-
Visitors at the, coining Alaska
Yukon-Pacific : Exposition,
which opens at Seattle June 1
and closes October 16, will be
able to dine to their satisfaction
at the city's leading cafes and
restaurants at normal price
To leave no doubt as to the
working out of this commend
able spirit on the part of
Seattles,s caterers, thev recently
. - 1 1 j 1 -
mei ana votea as a Doay -an
agreement binding all restaur
ant, cafe, grill and hotel men to
maintain ,the present prices
throughout the exposition time,
and no member of the organi
zation to which the caterers be
long will be allowed to take 'ad
vantage, of: the opportunity to
reap additional profits , as has
been done, despite protests, in
previous exposition cities.
' The action was taken after
I. A. Nadeau Director General of
the A.Y.P. had addressed, the
assemtnea restaurant - men
showing them how the in
creased crowds that would follow
reasonable charges wound not
only add to the credit . of the
city and success of the exposi
tion, but would mean increase
iri business. '
To the hired help must be
given much of credit for the
continuance '. of low prices.
Waiter?, cooks and - helpers
of all kinds have entered into an
agreement that the present scale
of wages shall not be tampered
with, during the Fair. ?
Seattle will not only have a
remarkable exposition, but will
be able to accommodate the in
flux of visitors in a way that will
be a cause for lasting satisfaction.
Hotels are many and reason
able, and with fixing, of normal
charges at the eating ' houses,
from the most aristocratic . to
hum bb lunch counter, tourists
muy hcve no fear if uot finding
Circus-M enaerie-Hippodrome- Wild W est
100Startling, Superb, Sensational and Stu
pendous Surprises 30 Champion Aeri
aljsts & 20-Champion- Acrobats Per
forming At Once & 10 Champion
Equestrians 20 Marvelous Acts
at One Time & A Band of Sioux '
Warriors, by. Special Permis- J
sion of U. S. Government
Ail tio Li a luuiau iuc
Tt 1 '
ing Battle Scenes ii
of Great Wild im?r
ler their directive will Milton accommodations
l "L - 1 I I All I
F T I A. f
cent Sheen of a
on Show Lot oo
Arrival of Parade-
10 Acres of Water- -proof
Rain or Shine-2 Shows
DOUBLE $3EglD 0?
FRff HORSf SHOW
Yankee Doodle Spectac
SPECIAL RATE ROUND
TRIP EXCURSIONS ON
ALL RAILROADS :: SEE
Also directing the tour of
$25,000 Dapple Gray
The greatest equine globe trot
. ters ever known
500 GREAT BIG
CIRCUS STARS 500
A white city of perfect tents
where novelties of rare
excellence are presented
THE ARMOUR GRAYS
The most attractive feature
ever seen with any
end every pair warranted
A. K. RUSS
CORVALLIS, - - OREGON
Dealer in all Men's Furnishings
Blackledjre ,fc Everett
Successors to Heuklc & Blarkledge
FUHERAL DIRECTORS and LICENSED EMBALHERS
Carry a complete line of coffins and
caskets in all colors and sizes; also
ladies' men's and children's burial
robes. Calls attended to day and
night. Lady assistant. EKBAUHKB FOB
SHIPrlKB k SFECIALTY. Call at Blackledge's
furniture store Both phones.
J. F. YATES, ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW.
Office Rooms 3, 4, 1st Natl Bank Bldg.
Only Bet of abu tracts in Ben to u County
i -ie Lres
Marie Meers, Flora Bedeni
v In great numbers
Parade of mar
Two performances daily at
2 and 8 p. m. Doors
open one hour
See the animals and
hear the big band
Reserved seats on sale Show Day at Graham
in0Pricrce & Wortham's Drug Store
G. E 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.
J. B. MORRIS, M. D , PHYSICIAN
and Surgeon. Corner Third and Mon
voe Streets, Corvallis, Oregon. Office
hours: 9 to 12 a. m.; i to 4 p m ; 7 to
8 p. m. Phone in both office and residence.
VV. T. ROWLEY. M. D., PHYSICIAN
and Surgeon. Special attention given
to th Eye. Nose and Throau Office
id Johnson Blag. Ind. 'phone at of
fice and lesidence. '
M. S. BOVfc'E. FUNERAL DIRECT-'
or and Licensed Erabalmer. Sue
cesser to Bovee & Bauer Corvallis,
Oregon. Ind. Phone 45. Bell Phone
241. Lady attendant when desired.
HOMES FOR SALE
WE HAVE SEVERAL PARTIES who
are looking for homestad locations
or relinquishments, also some good
; timber, claims.. If yoa know of any
good homesteads or timber claims it
will pay you to write us. Address
ETNA REALTY COMPANY,1- 225
- Failing Building. Portland. Oregon. '