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COXVALLIS DAILY GAZETTE
Published every evening except Sun
s'. Office: 259-263 Jefferson street,
rner Third street, Corvallis, Oregon.
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Idress all communications and make
ill remittances payable to the Corval
fn ordering changes of address, sub
s' ribers should always give old as well as
n w address.
I .'livered by carrier, per week. 15
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CORVALLIS WEEKLY GAZETTE
Entered at the postomce at Corvallis,
Oregon, as second class matter.
One year, in advance $2.00
Six moths, in advance i-oo
middle of the day after a refresh
The hours of the sun are the
hours of heated air. Therefore
the air should be excluded from
the house. It does little good
and only serves to warm a room
that might be kept cool with the
windows atid shades down.
If there is a breeze from a
point of the compass where ' the
sua does not enter the house,
hen open the door in that dir
At other parts of the house
either close the windows or the
shutters, making thein securely
tight, and pull down the Hol-
This method is better than
keeping the, windows open and
the awnings down. It is not
only the sun,-but the hot air it
self that you wish to keep outof
CMS. L. SPRINGER, Editor and Publisher.
Arrival and Departure of Trains
UNION DEPOT, CORVALLIS
K. c. LiNvll.i e, Agent
Southern Pacific Depart
m. Passeng.T 1:30 p m,
m. ' Freight 6:40 a. m,
Corvallis & Eastern
II a. in.
8:35 a m.
1:20 p 111.
4:35 P- m
8:35 p. m.
1:15 p. m.
n:i5 a m.
6:30 a. m
2:15 P- m
6 p. m
1:40 p. tn
11:15 a. m
Opens 8 a. m , closes 6 p. m.
and holidays, opens 10 a. m.,
7, 10 a.m, 12 m.
10 a in, 2, 5 p m
7, 10 a m,12m
10 am, 5pm -
il:3 am X'
. 50 a 111
10 a m
Portland 5:30, 10:30 a in, 12 m
5:30 u m
Albany 5:33, 10:30 am, 5;30
Washington and 10:36 n m, 12:30
Eastern states &:w p m
California a and 1C;30 a m, 5:30
points South. pm
points West 12:30 pm ;
Monroe 1:80, &:30 p m
We Iside points 12:45 p m
Mill City and
wa.y ro.nts 5:30 a m
Alsea 8-41 a m
Monroe atage 2 p m
Philomath Btage , 9 a m
WHERE PEOPLE LIVE LONG.
If you want to live to a ripe
old age, say 80, 90 or 100, you
need, not bother about advertis
ments which are solicitous to
tell you how to do so free of
charge. All you have to do is to
move to the county of Norfolk,
England. Its a disgrace to die
before you are 80 over there, and
there is really no occasion for it.
Winding up a busy week with
an elaborate banquet, the visit
ing grocers and their families
have scattered for home, declar-
the 12th annual convention
of the National Association, held
at l ortianu, was toe most suc
cessful ever held. The Ohio
delegation, 52 strong, ran things
in its own sweet way, when it
came to the election of officers
and selection of a convention
city, late Saturday afternoon
T. P. Sullivan, of Chicago, .pro.
gramme candidate for the presi-
dencj', was handed the coveted
honor, and Ohio decided that
Springfield, 111., should have the
convention" of 1910. This was a
violation of all precedent, in that
Illinois gets both the presidency
and the next annual gathering.
The .Ohio delegation thought of
this, but it -did'nt worry them
particularly. ' '' '
Besides the election of Sulli
van to the presidency, the fol
lowing other officers were chos
en: Vice-President, John W. Lutz,
Secretary, John A. Green, Oh
Treasurer, Henry W. Schwab,
National director, A, H- Barth
Quite a stong representation
of the delegates from the Middle
West; East and South will re
main over for the Rose Festival,
of the lectures will be illustrated
with stereopticon views. Many!
teachers and Etudents are mak
ing inquiry about this 'course,
for hesides being very entertain
ing, the lectures are admirably
adapted to review work.
Hop Exp arts
Not content to rely implicitly upon
the reports of conditions of hopyards in
the state, as given by . the hopdealers,
and to satisfy their own minds as to
the real conditions and prospects of the
1909 yield, four of the oldest in point
of experience, and most prominent hop
growers of the Independence district
are making a tour of the most extensive
and productive hop-producing section of
the Willamette Valley, by automobile.
As a result of the first three days' in
spection, they have come to three im
portant Conclusions: The yield for the, R if j -f
entire state will not. eyreed 45 tn Kft nor ;
cent of last year's crop; with very few ' Lulu sPanSler is unequslled as Katis-
exceDtions all of the vards are sufferir, r ' Ba- ner msuy win convulse you witn
from lack of proper cultivation and ; cimiauun. "veiy quality oi county, state oi uregon
TALK OF THE TOWN
: Mrs. W. H. Walker is quite ill this
: Mrs. Reavis and Miss Frank Hout
left this morning for the Rose City. .
. Miss Lillian Earnest, an OA.C student
leaves today for her home at Two Riv
ers. W. L. St John and family and Mr. and
Mrs,- L.-W. Holgate' leave today for a
vacation at Tillamook.
Mrs. Effie Smith is prepared to do
dressmaking at 242 Eighth street, cor
ner Jefferson. i 6-10-6t
Mrs. Eddie M. Spauldingleft last night
for Portland, where she wili spend the
week with relatives and friends.
Jack Porter, as Nanki Poo, will dis
play a robust tenor of pretty quality in
the Mikado Monday night, His is a'
voice fresh and unstrained.
Ko Ko well Farnsworth as Ko Ko
is delectable. To see him is to laugh.
He will be in the Mikado Monday night
Have you secured your seats?
. In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for the County of Beutou. .
A TJ T.nrV-p Plain tiff !
Jennie K. Alexander,
Jesse T. Wilkins,
Mabel H. Wilkins,
To Jennie E: Alexander, Jesse T. Wil
kins, and Mabel H Wilkins, defendants
In the name of the. State of Oregon;
You and each of you are hereby required
to appear and answer the complaint filed
against you in the above entitled cour.
and suit on or before the i8rh dav of
June, 1909, said date being six weeks
f om and after the first p .blication of
this Summons. Tne first publication of
tbis Summons being on the 7th day of
May, 1909, and the last publication
hereby being 011 the iS;h day of June,
1909, and if you fail so to answer for
want'thereof the plaintiff will apply to
the above-entitled court for the relief as
prayed for in plaintiff's complaint now
on file in said court, to-wit: ' that said de
fendants and each ol them be forever
barred and enjoined from asserting any
claim whatsoever in or 10 the following
described premises or any part thereof
adverse to this plaintiff by decree of the
above-entitled court, to wit:
Lot one (1) in Block Thirteen (13),
County Addition to the City of Corvallis
formerly the town 01 Marysville), Benton
Contractors and Builders
attention: and. as a. result of the ,,n voice ana mscnomc aointy i,uiu bpang-
favorable prospects of realizing a half ; ler cannot be surpassed, She and Ko
of an average crop, those growers who i Ko wiU fiurnish the f?n and dancing at
did not contract their crops early in; the Mikado Monday night,
the season at a small margin -of profit, ' Mr. Masey, the new candy man, has
stand to realize a good price for their, rented the new Hout building, next door
That bv such decree it be declared
and adj udged that said defendants and
each of them have no estate, title or ln-terest-whatsoeverin
or to said real property
above described,, nd that the title of the
said A R. Locke, plaintiff, in and to the
said premises is good and valid and in
fee simple thereto and that said plaintiff
Date Set For
'Ja Henkle & Davis' store and is having have such other and further relief as
the room fitted to suit his taste as a "Jfy seem me cou" me ana equit-
I . 1 : i f . awe
.-cauuy i eam yiur. ix. . Th;s summons is served upon you by
Masy is said to De a nne candy maKer publication by order of Hon. E. Wood-
, 17 ' and he is now busily engaged at the old ward Judge of the County Court of the
,HerrV JT lr-f dock building in preparing his opening btate ot Oregon, tor the County ot Ben-
. -tii tt -ii , . ton, made on the 4th day of May, 1909
At a meetiner of the executive i-nm. 1 . directing publication thereot once
cation and it the little bunch of sweet
ness now displayed at the stores is a
J 1 . C I- 3 i - T 1 1 .1
for the rhirrl ,al f; u ! lrue anipie ui ins pruuucs n snuuiu,
" -"-- .i-.i. l v iaii. L,I1K .
1 "tv':-' '1$
Foundation work, sidewalk and curbin
a specialty Manufacturers of cemea
blocks, plain and fancy cement brick,
porch columns, cement flues, jardi
nieres, etc. Dealers in cement, plaster
First and Adams Sts. Phone 2318
Corvallis, - Oregon
Che City Stables
Everything new and up to
date. Rigs furnished on
short notice. Call
and give us a
mittee of the Salem Board of Trade..
which is in charge of the arrangements
dates decided upon for this year's big
cherry fair and carnival are July 15. 16r
and. 17, and all of the committees have
been selected for the different depart
ments and features of what promises
to be the biggest show of its kiud ever
attempted in the state or Northwest.
The committee on finances reported
success beyond anticipation and no ex-
no doubt will, be well patronized.
840 acres, 1 1-2 miles from Summit.
700 acres fenced in five pastures run
ning water between each pasture, fair
buildings, 72 bearing fruit "trees-will
lease 5 years straight. Also have for
pense will be spared in the offering of sale 220 goats and 4 good Jersey cow3.
premiums, m which several new classes t . . D. F. Young.
week for six successive weeks in the Cor
vallis Gazette, a weekly newspaper of
general circulation, printed and published
weekly in Corvallis, Benton County,
J. F. YATES,
' , Attorney for Plaintiff.
tate of first publication, 7th day ot
May, 1900; date of last publication, 18th
i day of June, 1909.
L. F.GRAY, -
will'be created, and for special features
Sale of Thoroughbreds.
203 N. 14 St., Corvallis. .
6-4-4 t w.
I I I f BUSINESS COLLEGE
II II WASHINGTON ANDTENTH STS.
I I II PORTLAND. OREGON
IJL J!, write for catalog
MTht BeXool that Plata FeMa Good Position
Dissolution of Partnership. .
Notice is hereby given that the co-
Fawcett and Ireland will hold a sale partnership heretofore existing between
of f uil-blooded Shropshire sheep and . - c- Senger and A. C. Freeman has
thoroughbred horses, beginning Satur . this day'been dissolved by mutual con-
The people of that part of the
world look upon death as a bad
habit before one becomes an oc
togenarian, and an . unavoidable
one after the centenarian stage
has been reached.
During last year a number of
Britons passed away at ages
ranging from 80 to 96 years
leaving behind a goodly number
of their own age who were not
' ; There is something strange,
after all, about this longevity
business. These Norfolk people
live for the most part in houses
which are anything but modern
in their accommodations; they
do not know what sanitation
means, and they all -seem io be
. afflicted with rheumatism sooner
or later. But they live; the cen
sus proves that. Does open air
and hard : physical work, with
the simple life, answer the ques
tion as to how they do it?
day, June 12, at 10 a. m. at the Farm
ers' Feed Stable, Corvallis. This is
good opportunjtv to secure spm&4as.
stoc?pJ ' -'' ' 6-10-D. W. It
Money To Pay Warrants .
Notice is hereby given that there is
money on hand to pay General Fund
Warrants endorsed to' November 22,
1904, and all endorsed street warrants.
Interest will stop on
date, June 5. 1909. .
Z. H. Davis,
6-5-10-17 City Treasurer.
sent. All outstanding bills will be paid
"by said A.- C. Freeman and all accounts
owing said firm to' be paid to said A. C.
Freeman, 'who will ' continue" .the biisi
, ness at 320 Second street. v ."
I . ' O. C. Senger,
6-4-2t A. C. Freeman. '
Prof. W. F. Gaskins wishes to meet
all people of the city, who sing, at the
Presbyterian Church, .Wednesday even-
same from this . 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.
s & Colbert
Concrete blocks ot all kinds. Concrete
bricks, fancy and plain,, Concrete tile
and steps, Concrete window sills and
High grade Cement and Lime in any
Phone Ind. 3181
413 Second Street South
CORVALLIS - - OREGON
Daily Gazette 50 cents per month
Why not take it. ,
Succeed when everything else fails, gj
In nervous prostration and female S
weaknesses thev are the supreme H
remedy, as thousands have testified.
FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND
is the best medicine ever sold
over a druggist's counter.
Ev'er since the First National
Bank of Corvallis was organized,
its officers have continuously
advised it's customers in correct
and lawful methods of banking.
This bank has no new theories
to offer upon the subject of over
draft checks, because from the
beginning, as early as 18S7, and
ever since it advised its custom
ers not to over draw, but .when
they desired loans to apply . and
borrow on notes and proper se
curity, in the regular way. The
managers of the First National
Bank of Corvallis have been pio
neers for 22 years in promulgat
ing the thought, "do not over
KEEP THE WINDOWS DOWN.
While fresh air is necessary
and all very. well at every season,
there are a few weeks in the
year when one wants to live dur
ing half of the twenty-four hours
with most of it excluded.
All windows and doors should
be left open in a house from sun
set to sunrise, or opened in the
The School And Home, an
illustrated educational inagazine
published in Portland by R. F.
Rolinson, superintendent of
Multnomah County schools,
states that a most attractive ser
ies of lectures under the general
head of Acient Histoy is to giv
en by Prof. J. B. Horner, before
the summer school of the Oreg
on Agricultural College.' Many
20 Per Cent
In order to clean up our
We will erive 20 per cent discount
until all are sold
Dealer in all Men's Furnishings
CORVALLIS, - - OREGON
Keep It In Your Mind
NE thing we want to impress on
your mind; it's more important to us, for the
present moment, than to persuade you to
buy your clothes here; because if you get the idea
we're driving at, you'll buy them here, not because
we want you to, but because you'll want to.
It is that this store is a quality and value store; and that whatever
you buy here is guaranteed to be right, satisfactory in every way; and if
you don't find it so, you are to come and tell us, and we'll do whatever we
need to do to make it so; money back, new goods in exchange, or anything
you say that's fair.
We sell Hart Schaf fner & Marx clothes because they're the kind . of
goods that justify that kind of a guarantee; and we mean to have every
thing else up to that standard.
. Suits $20.00 to $30.00
Blackleg & Everett
Successors, to Hcnklc & Blaokledge
FUNERAL DIHECTDBS and LICENSED EMBALMERS
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 dav and
night. Lady assistant. EMBALMING FOR
SKlPPtHG A SPECIALTY. Call at Blackledge's
furniture store Both phones.
J. F. YATES, ATTORNE Y-AT-LA W.
Office Rooms 3, 4, 1st Natl Bank Bldg.
: Only set of abstracts in Bentoti Connty
G. R FARRA, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND
Surgeon. Office in Burnett Elock,
over Harris' Store. Residence corner
Seventh and Madison. Office hours:
8 to 9 a. m.; '1 to 2 p. m. Phones:
Office, 2t2S, Residence, 404.
J. B. MORRIS, M. D, PHYSICIAN
and Surgeon. Corner Third and Mon
voe Streets, Corvallis, Oregon. Office
hours: 9 to 12 a. ni.; I to 4 p. m ; 7 to
8 p, m. Phone in both office ani resi
W. T. ROWLEY, M. 1.., PHYSICIAN
and Suraeon. Special attention given
. to the Eye. Noee and Throau Office
in Johnson Blair. Ind. 'phone at of
fice and lesidence.
M. S. BOVEE, FUNERAL DIRECT
or and Licensed Embalmer. Suc
cessor to Bovi & Bauer Corvallip,
Oregon. Id. Phone 4s Bell Phone
241. Lady attendant when desired.
Taunton & Burnap
. Cement Contractors
Makers of Best Cement Walks in Town
All work guaranteed first