Corvallis daily gazette. (Corvallis, Benton County, Oregon) 1909-1909, June 08, 1909, Image 2

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    CORVALLIS DAILY GAZETTE '
Published every evening except Sun
day. Office: 259-263 Jefferson street,
corner Third street, Corvallis, Oregon.
PH3HS - - - 210
Address all communications and make
ail remittances payable to the Corvai,-
lis Gazette.
In ordering changes of address, sub
scribers should always give old as well as
new address.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
DAILY
Delivered by carrier, per week $ 15
Delivered bv carrier. Ter month '.50
By mail, one vear, in advance 5 00
T .-1 -
xy man, six monins, in auvance z -50
By mail, one month, in advance 50
CORVALLIS WEEKLY GAZETTE
Published Every Friday
Entered at the postoffice at Corvallis,
Oregon, as second class matter.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
One year, in advance 2.00
Six motHs, in advance... i.oo
CHAS. L. SPRINGER, Editor and Publisher.
. TRAVELERS' GUIDE
Arrival and Departure of Trains
UNION DEPOT, CORVALLIS
R. c. linvilt.e, Agent
Arrive Southern Pacific Depatt
11:30 a 111. Passenger , 1:30 p m.
5:40 p.m. Freight' 6:4oa. m.
Corvallis & Eastern
II a. m. Passenger east n:l5a m.
8:35 a. m. " " 6:30 a. m.
1:20 p m. " west 2:15 p. m
4:35 p. in " east 6 p. m
8:35 p.m. " . 1:40 p. m
Sunday Trains
1:15 p. m. 11:15 a. m.
Daily except Sunday. All other
trains dailv.
widow, or words to that purport. "The newspaper is the oiilv
vvenave react worse ones. As souroe of information for full,,
usua. with books of its kind, the
annual is full of jibes at the fac:
ulty, but ndt one of them is ill
humored.. Either the volume
has been very judiciously, cen
one-half of the reading public!
It is the purveyor as well as con
veyor ot lniorrnation, and the
Forest Fires In
Washington County
1 i .
lessen nie recent countv extVm
ination, although the failures
through the county reached GO
pei cent. The district's build
ing will be used to house the
High School, permission to uti
lize the state normal property,
now vacant, having been denied.
average editor is actulated bv as' ' W?r( reached Forest Grove
praise-worthv motives : Saturday . mornino- that forest
sored or the relations between field of .activity as weave in' nn. ! fires are ranging in the timber
professors and students at . t.h FrnrVi hoir oirv,,,!,. , - J neio-hborri
Agricultural College are of a de-1 events. th;. n,.' part, of ' Washington . r,ftntv (However, the district was grant-
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cidedly agreeable character. ' It j at present almost every field Gf 'The fire is burning in section
is more comfortable to take the human endeavor, even to the ex-1 32, 3 N ) 5 W- and Las started in
latter view and, therefore, we; tent of maintaining departments Jsection 33 Tlje territory over
precepts of the pragmatic philo
sophy". -
ADVICE TO DOCTORS.
CORVALLIS POSTOFFICE
Opens 8 a. m , closes 6 p. m. Sundays
and holidays, opens 10 a. m., closes 11
a. m.-
Mails Open
From
7, lOa.m, 12 m.
Mails CI :se
For
Portland 5:30, 10:30 a m. 12 m
fi:30 n m
Albany 5:80. 10:30 a. m, 5:30
p in
7, 10a m, 12 m Washington arid 10;3! h m, 12:Eo
California a and 1C:30 a ra, 5:30
points Homh p ui
I'hil'iintith and
points West 12:80 p m :
Monroe 1 :30, gjOpm
MeMinville a' d
We tsidi; ppints 12:15 p m
Mill City aud'
wa.yro.nta 5:30 am
Philomath and
Alsea 8-45 a m
Monroe otage 2 p ra
Fhiloiimib. suie 9am
10 a ni, 2, 5 p m
10 a ni, 5 p 111
Jl:30 a m
10 a lu
12 m '
7am
6pm
10 a m
5pm
Closer relations between phy
sicians and the press were advoc
ated by Dr. J. W. Petit, of Ott
awa, president of the Illinois
State Medical Society, in his re
cent address at the 59th annual
meeting of the society at Quincy,
111. While deprecating advertsi-
ing of a sensational or untruth
ful nature, he called attention to
public good that could be accom
plished through publicity of the
right sort. .
"No agency is inore potent for
good or evil than the secular
press," said Dr. Petit. "By sec
ular press I mean more particul
ly the newspaper, which each day
reaches fully 90 per cent of the
reading public. By far the larg
er part of tle public, especially
for the teaching, of technical I wn-ca "the flames have been
knowledge, which, though crude 1 sweePiug nas een once burned
and imperfect as yet, is an effort ' over- At 3 o'clock the fire was
in the right direction." i still burning fiercely and owners
Concerning advertisements Tr ' ot tne tracts, livings in Portland
have been notified. Steps have
be4n taken to call assistane for
fighting the fire in case it should
spread.
The green timber in that sec
tion is among the best in the
West and if it became the prey
of tue raging flames millions of
feet of standing timber will be
destroyed. Fire Warden Sid
well is in charge of fighting the
flames.
ed permission to use the Normal
athletic field.
TALK OF THE TO WN
Pettit said in part
"A broad definition of adver
tising would include everything
in an advertisment, whether paid
or- otherwise, which is intended
to benefit the individual. If
such an adertisment contained
the truth there could be no logi
cal objection to it. It is the ele
ment of fraud, intentional or
otherwise, which makes adver
tising by our profession so oh-
jeetional. Any advertisement!
devoid of exageratiou, either
expressed or implied, should be
regarded as legitimate."
High School at Weston.
At- an enthusiastic special
school meeting held at Weston,
attended by 80 people and -50
qualified voters, a four year High
school was. established there
money on hand to pay' General Fund j Wltn0ut a dissenting vote. J. E.
Warrants endorsed to November 22 , Keefe. a Harvard ota fin at. a wrV.r
I SJd-!ien?"Bed Stre6t 7arrans-! has been principal of the public
! Interest will stoD on samp fmm two r 1 ?
Money To Pay Warrants
Notice is hereby given that there is ! '
busy people, get about all their ! Interest will stoj, ol Tame from th s T fPP ?f th Public
general information from th : date' June 5 1909 , scnooi, will also be High bchool
newspaper.
from the
! 6-5-10-17
Z. H. Davis.
City Treasurer.
principal. Fourteen of Mr.
Keefe's 15 eighth-grade students
M:.ss Hubbler the-12 yaar old daughter
of M. Hubbler died at the family horns
yesterday afternoon about 5 o'clock.
The young lady had a severe case of
dyptheria this spring and the cau33 of
death was heart failure. '
Ladies wishing their hair dressed for
. the "Mikado" please call early so the
hours can be-made to give each proper
time. Hair dressing, 50 cents; shampoo
50 cents; manicure, 25 cents, Mrs.
Wetherla, 151 Madison street. 6-8-lt
An interesting runaway occurred at
an early hour this morning on Second
street. A gardener left his team stand
ing and they started up street at good
speed but Ed. Pratt was to be hero
and grabbing the lines he whipped
them around the Anderson corner in
fine shape, without severe results.
A prominent citizen with a new auto
tested the bumping capacity of the
critter last week. It worked like a
charm and made its own hole through
the wall.
Music For Next Sunday
Prof. W. F. Gaskins wishes to meet
all people of the city, who sing, at the
Presbyterian Church, Wednesday even
ing at 7 o'clock, especially the members
of the various church choirs, to prepare
the music for the Baccalaureate service
at the Armory next Sunday.
6-7-3t
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Daily Gazette 50
Why not take it.
cents per month.
Mon Scndrcn
Contractors and Builders
" V i'
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r-' ft- ' y ,"' if-'
Foundation work, sidewalk and curbin
a specialty Manufacturers of cemen
blocks, plain and fancy cement brick,
porch columns, cement flues, jardi
nieres, etc. Dealers in cement, plaster
and lime.
first and Adams Sts. Phone 2313
Corvallis, - Oregon
IU 0ty Stables
Everything new and up to
date. Rigs furnished on
short notice. Call
and give us a
trial. Ccr.
Madison
and
3d
L. F.GRAY,
Manager
COMMENTS ON THE ORANGE, j
j
The statement made by the;
Oregonianin the following com-.
Vment on the Junion Annual that
it was judiciously censored', or .
that the cordial relations between !
the faculty and the students ac-!
counted for the freedom of ex-1
pression throughout the volume, '!
can easily be explained by the !
positive assertion that the latter j
sentiment universally prevails.1
The Oregonian says:
"The junior class of the Oi egon
Agricuitural College pleasantly
warns the Oregonian that the
commencement season is near at
hand by sending a copy of its
yearbook, 'The Orange,' for our
delectation. It would be hard
to make a prettier volume, or
one better adapted to its purpose.
Within its glossy pages whoever
wishes to know anything about
tne college, its students or its'
faculty, can find the information
concisly and clearly stated, while
the pictures and jests keep the
annual from being too learned
for the enjoyment of the non
collegiate population. . The car
toons are not the hideous things
one sometimes sees in publica
tions of this kind. They are
bright and full of suggestion.
The contrast between the 'Rook,'
as they call their freshmen there,
and the wise sophomore is par
ticulary amusing. The senior,
with his, or her, diploma extend
ed and shoulders bowed under a
mighty weight of learning is
subtly humorous.
One of the jesLs will bear quot
ing. ,It is culled from -a long
list of erudite terms which are
defined r for student use in a
'Glossary.' 'Hay fever A heart
trouble, contracted from a grass
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The O. A. C. School of Music will present the
COMIC OPKKA
Whitney's & Colbert
We Make
Concrete blocks ot all kinds Concrete
bricks, fancy and plain, Concrete tile
and steps, Concrete window sills and
caps.
We Sell
High grade Cement and Lime in any
quantity.
Phone Ind. 3181
413 Second Street South
CORVALLIS t - - OREGON
At Half -past Eight O'clock
In the
EM
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The Music by Sir Arthur Sullivan
The Libretto by W. S. Gilbert
The Cast
MIKADO - -
NANKI-POO. -
KATISHA - -KO-KO
. .
POO-BAH -
PISH-TUSH - .
PEEP BO ;
PITTI SING -U - -, i
PROF. WILLIAM FREDERIC GASKINS, Director
MR. WILLIAM ROBINSON BOONE, Stage Manager
. MR. N. R. MOORE
Baritone
MISS CLEO JOHNSON
Soprano
MR. JACK PORTER
' '. Tenor
MISS LULU SPANGLER
Dramatic Soprano
MR. WILLIAM YATES FARNSWORTH
Bass-Baritone
MR. RAY PALMER TRACY
Baritone
MR. COLLIE CATHEY
Baritone
MISS ESTHER JOHNSON
Mezzo-Soprano
MISS RUTH SMITH
Contralto
20 Per Cent
DISCOUNT
In order to clean up our ,
SPRING SUtTS
We will erive 20 per cent discount
until ail are sold
A. K. RUSS
Dealer in all Men's Furnishings
CORVALLIS, - - OREGON
Black ledge & Everrtt
Successors to Ifenkle & Bla'klcdge
FUSEESAL DIRECTORS and LICENSED EMBALMEHS
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
Hi,?1?;. La1v assistant- EMBALMING FOB
SHIPPING A SPECIALTY. Call at Blackledge's
furniture store Both phones
ATTORNEYS
r. F. YATES, ATTORNE Y-AT-LAW.
Office Rooms 3, 4, 1st Natl Bank Bldg.
()nly Bet of abstracts in Benton Count?
PHYSICIANS
j G. R FARRA, M. D PHYSICIAN AND
j vSurgeon. Office in Burnett Block,
over Harris' Store. Residence corner
Seventh and Madison. Office hours:
8 to 9 a. m.; 1 to 2 p. m. Phones:
Office, 2128, Residence, 404.
J. B. MORRIS, M. I), PHYSICIAN
and Surgeon. Corner Third and Mon-x-oe
Streets, Corvallis, Oregon. Office
hours: 9 to 12 a. m.; 1 to 4 p. m.; 7 to
8 p. m. Phone in both office an I residence.
W.T. ROWLEY, M. L.. PHYSICIAN
and Surgeon. Special attention given
to the Eye. Nose and Throat,. Office
in Johnson Blaa. Ind. 'phone at of
fice and tesidence.
1 3 1 .
Reserved seats on sale at Graham & Worthkm's June 9
25c 50c 75c $1.00 i
w L it7 i.' y a JU.. .si- r? 1 -g 1 "fTrir-ri"i?'1 j
UNDERTAKERS
M. S. BOVEK.. FiTVRFMT. TUW Evrr
or and Licensed EmbiJmer. Suc
88or lo Boven & Bauer Corvallis
Oregon. Iud. Phone 4s Bell Phone
241, Lady attendant when desired.
Taunton & Burnap
Cement Contractors
Makers of Best Cement Walks in Town
All work guaranteed , first
class.
Corvallis, Ore