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About Corvallis daily gazette. volume (Corvallis, Benton County, Oregon) 1909-1909 | View This Issue
Highest Cash Price (Benton County
Paid for Second
Hand . Goods .
C W. McKee
312 Second St. Phone 1323
Taunton & Burnap
Makers of Best Cement Walks in Town
All work guaranteed first
Powerful and rapid well ma
chine run by gasoline engine.
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Wina mm pump rcpamug
and drove wells a specialty.
Place your orders now' before the
season's rush work is on.
A. N. HARLAN
Box 526 Corvallis, Oregon
,fOUGH5 cpso a 1.00 i
OLS It TRIAL BOTTlt FREE
i m AU.THB0AT AMP LUNG TROUBLES !
GUARANTEED SATS FACTORS
OR MONEY REFUNDED.
June 24 and 25 the Sunday School As
sociation' of Benton county held its
twentlv-seventh convention near Mon-
The sessions of the first day were
held at Simpson Chapel and the second
day at Belfountain Park." - The attend
ance was small t yet. every hour of the
time was filled with interesting: and
helpful addresses and discussions.
County President E. E. McVicker
presided during the entire convention.
Among the speakers were 6tate t leld
Secretary, Rev. Charles A.J fhipps,
Mrs. E. H. Belknap, J. H. Edwards
and J. G. Minton. An address on "The
Real American Boy," by Rev. PhippB,
was especialley instructive. Boys are
(vmraceous and loval bv nature and it
these qualities can be enlisted as faith
fully in the service of the cross as in
that of our country's flap; a wonderful
power has been turned to the upbuild
ine of rightousness.
The folio wine officers were elected:
President, J. G. Minton, Vice-president,
W. F. Caldwell: Secretary and Treas
urer. Mrs. Norman Beeler; Supt. Ele
mentary Dept., Mrs. J. H. Edwards;
Supt. of Teacher Training, Prof. O. V,
White; Supt. Home ' Dept., Norman
Beeler: Supt. Temperance and Chris
tian Citizenship, J. J. Mason; Supt.
Organized Adult Bible .Class, Rev. E.
Bonds Turned Down
No bids were received for the Klam
ath Falls citv bonds voted for the
construction of a sewerage system
due to the rate of interest being fixed
at 4. per cent. The bonds are now
beiner readvertised, but the interest
rate has been raised to 6 per cent. It
is believed there will be no trouble in
disposing of them now.' By the time
the funds are available everything will
I be ready to begin construction.
cherries will go by ref rigtrator freight
and are expected to reach Chicago in
The Fruit Union, under the manage
ment of C. L. Dick, has found a ready
foreign market for all the berries that
could be obtained so far this season,
and Mr. Dick predicts that the plan
of shipping to the K astern markets
will double the profits of . Willamette
The First National Bank
Report of the Condition of -
The First National Bank qf Corvallis,
at Corvallis. in the State of Oregon, at
the close of business, June 23, 1909
Will rent on the shares for the sea
son's run, a Hay Baler. Address M.
S. Woodcock, Corvallis, Oregon.
Oregon Cherries Go East
The Salem Fruit Union during the
cominc week will ship a carload of
Royal Ann. Bing and Black Repub
lician cherries to Chicago and possibly
I another car to Kansas City. The
Loans and Discounts..
Overdrafts, secured and uusecured
tr. 8. Bonds to secure circulation -
Bonds, securities, etc r.,aia
Hrtiikniir-house. furniture and fixtures 31,-221 47
Other real estate owned.-r - 1,353 58
Due from National Banks-not reserve
ae-ents : loosen is
Due from State and Private Banks and
BankerB, Trust Companies, and bav- .
inn Banks .. 32.S21 40
Due from auuroved reserve axents 121 ,R6 (7
Checks and other cash- items, 2,682 91
Notes of other National minks 3,480 00
Fractional paper currency, nickels, ,
and cents : 139 94
Lawful Money Reserve in
I 77,192 95
090 Utl 77.882 !
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer
a per cent. 01 uireuiation.
NOW at our expense
A CHOICE OF FOUR
. LIABILITIES. "' '
Capital stock paid In . $50,000 00
Surplus fund. .. , 10,000 00
Undivided profits, less expenses and -
taxes paid. j . 17.317 80
National Bank notes outstanding ; 47.895 00
Due to other national Banks 0.220 lb
Due to State and Private Banks and
-.Bankers ..... 80195
Dividends unpaid ; ......... T 2,300 00
Individual deposits subject to check-.472,198 89
Savintrs Deposits.. . 51,552 19
Demand certificates of deposit : 44,681 41
Time certificates of deposit 100 00
Certified nheeks 4,26 00
Cashier's checks outstanding . . 2,778 61
Reserved foi taxes:. 6U0 UU
Liabilities other than those above
stated... : i , 13,003 35
. L.J724.279 36
State of Oregon, County of Benton sst ' . .
I, M S. Woodcock, president of the
above-named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the
best of my knowledge and belief. "
M. S Woodcock, President
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
29th day of June, 1909
E. D. Horgan, Notary. Public.
Correct Attest :
Wilks, ? ;
IS OFFERED YOU
QC ATTT 17 DURING ALASKA
ILiIL YUKON EXPOSITION
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK
ALL YOUR EXPENSES PAID.
IF YOU HAVE FRIENDS IN THE EAST WHO WANT TO VlsIT THE
PACIFIC COAST WE CAN ARRANGE IT
This is y our Op portunity
Sunset Travel Club TTnSr
. . C! 3R l''jL 13 I
Music, Bands and Chorus 150 voices
Races, Ball Game
Day and Evening Fireworks
CORVALLIS ON THE '5th