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About The Corvallis times. (Corvallis, Or.) 1888-1909 | View Entire Issue (July 12, 1902)
Ride a Rambler.
Born Saturday to Mrs M O Hart
Miss May Mangas left Thursda y
for Detroit for an outing.
Miss Gladys Moore left Tuesday
for a visit with friends at Eugene.
Mrs B W Johnson is on a two
weeks vi&it to relatives in Roseburg
and Eugene. She left Sunday.
Mrs John Sloans and daughter of
Eugene arrived Wednesday ana are
the guests of relatives In Corvallis.
Mrs Andrew Carrlek, Mrs Dan
Frlchard and children left Wednesday
for a months outing at Newport.
Mrs Roscoe S Bryson of Pendle
ton arrived Thursday for a visit with
Miss Grace Gatch gave a tea
Thursday afternoon in honor of her
friend Miss Pelton.
Th n.nnna.1 meetiosr of the OAO
board of regents occurs at the college
Mrn V Tj Miller returned Thurs
day from a five weeks visit with
The Covell family left Thursday
to occupy the Nye Creek cottage dur
ing the summer.
After a visit in Corvallis. Miss
Detta Sargent left Wednesday to take
a position In a candy store in San
FrancUco. Mr and Mrs Cordley and child
itff. Thiimrtu for NewDort for the
season. They are to occupy the
Monroe Cameron moved Thurs-
- day with his family into his newly
purchased home at t he northwest
corner of Jefferson and Eighth.
PnntnJn Vfrlalln will arrive on
Saturday July 12th not Wednesday
ma first, nnrmiiriced. and bold his wel
come meeting in Salvation Army Hall,
John Whitaker is lame, he step
npd hfiiivilv from a hav rake 10 days
ago, and sprained his knee. The condi
tion of the umb is not improved.
Seattle newspapers proleea to be-
linvn now f.hat Tracv is insane, but
r HlRnrfiatlv silent respecting the
officers whom the convict continues
Aftp.r a visit with her sister Mrs
TSncfina Simpson Mrs Watson, accom
panied by hei children, left Tuesday
for her home in San Francisco.
As delegates of the grand lodge
of A O U W and D of H. Nell New-
hmiRaand Mrs Tavlor Porter (to to
Mrs Gussie Dolph and children
and Miss Thorp left Thursday for
Newport .for the summer. They are
to occupy a cottage.
Richard Graham and familv are
camDincr for a month at Newport,
They left the first of the week. They
were joined Thursday by Miss Lura
Mrs Per not, mother of Dr Pernot,
and Mxs E F Pernot left Thursday
to spend the summer at Newport,
They are to occupy the Pernot cot
Mr and Mrs D C Rose returned
WedneBdav from McMinnvlile. where
Mr Rose, who Is a trustee, went to at
tend a meeting of tne uregon jt ire K9
The Corvallis Flouring Mills has
been awarded the contract for supply
ing flour to the State Insane Asvlum
and penitentiary for the ensuing year.'
The aanuut required is i,zwu oarreis.
Kratz Cronise returned Wednes
dav from Salem wnere he has been
visiting relatives for the past three
weeks. He was accompanied by his
cousin, Ralph Cronise,
F L Miller has abandoned former
Dlans for remodelling bis house, and
is to build a new residence complete.
The buildiog, when completed, will be
one of the best in town.
Unhappy Seattle, with such char
acter and reputation that the Tracys
Merrills and other crooks, fleeing
from the law select it as their surest
and safest asylum.
G S O Humbert will occupy the
pulpit at the Christian Church next
Lords day. At 11 a m he will give
an exposition of the "Fiist Psalm. At
8 b m the theme will be : "The Purpose
of the Ages." Sunday School at 10 a
m, Christian Endeavor at 7 p m,
Somebody got mired in the road
near Mack Porter's place Tuesday. A
passer-by told of the incident at the
Times office. The wagon was laden
with wool, and as the traveler passed
. some of the wagon wheels were in
mud up to the hub. The name of the
victim is not known. ;
A third race between the Tortora
horse and the Cook mare was run on
the Kiger track Tuesday evening.
Like the two former races, it resulted
in a victory for the mare. Some horse
men seem to think the horse was not
able to do his best in the last race on
account of the fall sustained in the
L R Grimes, of De Moines, Iowa,
accom nanied bv a friend, arrived Tu
esday. He has heen absent from home
six weeks, and is making a trip over
the coast, ascertaining the price of
land and looking over the eountry.
After a dav in Corvallis. he left for
Portland Wednesday. Mr Grimes is
an old friend of A O White of this.clty
W E Yates went to Portland
Lice are reported thick on the
hop vines in Lane county.
Dr and Mrs Harper now occupy
the Callahan cottage on 5th street.
"She hasent much of a' figure has
she?" "No but her father has,"
Chailes Wiley and Miss Vida
Hart were united in marriage Thursday,
MUs Ora Reed left Wednesday,
after a week's visit with Mias Mildred
John Wiles has been confined
at the home of his son Walter with
illness for a few days.
R S Bryson has succeeded Lot
Livermore as librarian for the Pendle
ton Commercial- Association.
Miss Anna Denman' left yester-.
day to cornplt ts h' r ichool ar Nortoas,
of which five weeks j et leaialn.
'. A force of men are at work on the
dam the Corvallis Mills is construct
ing across Marys River, southwest of
Cobble: Has Blddle had any
trouble with his wife? Stone: I in
fer so. He calls his home Mount
E E Wilson has heen appointed
administrator of the estate of James
Marvin Applewhite, and hl3 bond has
been fixed at $2,uuu. .
James L Sklpton, deputy sheriff
of Benton county uuder Sheriff Os-
burn has been appointed deputy
sheriff of Marlon county.
Hearing upon the petition of L N
Edwards guardian for authority to
sell real property of the Edwards
minor heirs has been continued in the
probate court to August 4th.
Mrs Rowley mother of Dr Rowley
stepped on a wet back porch last
Saturday and in the fall that resulted
an ankle was badlv sprained. She is
la confined to her bed with the in
iurv. 'rne iimo nas Deen ior several
j - .
days in a plaster of Paris mould.
Eugene Register:-Wallace Cham-
hfirlin. a rugged mountaineer of this
vlcinikv. has gone to the scene of
Tracv's exDloits. If Chamberlain gets
a chance at the desperado, "some
thing will be doin," for he is a man
total v rinvoid of onvslcal rear ana a
Assessor Bush and Deputy Tar
tar are busy on the assessment roll
at the court house. The assessment
navn in a few scattering instances is
completed; and the work of classify
ing and correcting the- blanks and
copying them on the roll Is In pro
gress. The roll is now about half
done and perhaps a month will be re
quired to complete it.
It is expected that Judge Hamil
ton will be a passenger on the Cor
vallis &. Eastern today, en route to
Lincoln county to hold court, which
convenes Monday. Prisoner Tergen
who has been in the Benton county
jail since February will be taken over
today, and with him will e& a young
girl from the Orphans home in Port
land who will be a witness against
-From the I7th to the 2 4th of the
current month there is to be a street
carnival In Albany. The advertised
attractions are a balloon ascension
and parachute jump, grand elide for
life on wire from the highest available
point, high wire bicycling, a troupe or
Turkish actors, The South Before the
War, introducing life and merriment
of slavery days, Edison's Electric
Shows. German village and other feat
ures. The carnival occurs during the
encampment of the Oregon National
Guard at Albany.
A horse that was lying down
rose up in a pasture along the road
side as George Cooper and family
drove to Plymouth church last Sun
day, The team shied and ran the
carriage against a big boulder. A seat
in the carriage and its occupants were
thrown out. The latter were Misses
Rubena and Etta Smith and Mr and
Mrs Cooper.s little daughter. All
were bruised by the fall and the child
was cut more or less in the upper
portion of the ear. The latter wound
was dressed bv a physician, and the
little ene is recovering.
New real estate transfers filed for
record are, L M Mattoon and wife to
School District 36. one and a half
acres at Summit, $1; Lee Henkle and
wife to William McBee, two lots In
Philomath, $200; W H McBee and wife
to Adella M Neff two lots in Phllo.
math,$475; R W Johnson to Martha
Stephens, 12 acres near Albany, $250;
F Berchtold and ' wife to S B Bane
lot 4 in block 19 house and lot in Cor
vallis, $700; W S Huffard and wife to
W C f Shriber Idiots in Wilkins addi
tion. $300; State of Oregon to Anna
Augusta Meakin, 40 acres nine miles
west of Monroe, $50.
W W West, who was assistant
auditor under C C Hogue of the eld
O P in the latter part of the eighties
and begenning of the nineties has been
in town for several- days. He was
also in the employ of the company
for a time at the Yaquina end of the
line, and subsequently was a real es
tate partner of R F Baker, Mr West
is now located at Denver, Colorado,
and has there a five acre fruit farm in
the suburbs of the city; It is comple
tely surrounded by a big irrigating
ditch from which at any time any part
of the farmor balldlngs can beinudated
with water. Mr West Is out on a
visit to old friends, and has gone to
Newport for a fewjlays. -
LOCAL MINING MEN
A Company with Capital of More Than
a Million Articles Filed.
At the clerk's office, The Grea
Eastern Mining Company has filed
articles of incorporation. The in-
.,i -ro TTrvrao T.i11v. T Hf.hpnpfit on the life of her late hus-
l III IIUI dLUl J CIXV. i J p
Wpllslier. Ausrust W Fischer,
W W Calkins, George Lilly, A K
Milner and Lewis Hartley. The
capital stock is $1,250,000, divided
into 1,250,000 shares of $1 each.
Nine hundred thousand shares are
to be issued to the incorporation,
to be paid for in full by deed to
said corporation of certain mines
owned by the incorporators in pro
portion to the value agreed upon by
the said incorporators. The re
maining 350,000 shares are to be
held as treasury stock and are to be
sold under the direction of the
board of directors, and the pro
ceeds thereof is to be used in the
prosecution of the business of the
corporation. The principal office
is to be at CorvalKs, Oregon Ihe
duration of the corporation is to be 1
The enterprise, business and oc
cupation in which the corporation
is to engage, is the purchasing,
owning, leasing, worKing, opera 1
ing, buying and selling for profit,
mines and mineral claims in Ore
gon A1n Hie construction, pur-
water ditches and quartz mills, and
doing any other thing necessary
or convenient to she successful pro
secution of the work of mining.
The company owns mines in the
An Excursion to Reach Corvallis Mon-
day The Number is Fifty.
An excursion of Eastern people
is to visit Coivallis. Monday. The
number will be about 50. They
will come bv the Westside and.
will arrive about noon. Their
prime purpose is to visit the c.llege
Qtiri thev are to De served wiin
lunch at Cauthorn Hall. After
ward they will cross via the Cor
vallis & Eastern to Albany, and re
turn bv the eastside to Portland.
The visitors are food and dairy
commissioners, and others from the
East. They represent 17 of the
states of the Union . Some of them
are Agricultural college peopie,
notably those whose work is along
chemical lines. Thev have been
holdine a convention in Portland,
and while here are beine shown
various parts of the state. They
snent two davs at Astoria.
The entertainment in Corvallis is
largely provided for. Arrange
ments have been perfected for ice
cream and strawberries . to be sent
from Portland. It is arranged for
by Food Commissioner Bailey who
suoolied the means for its purchase
The rest of the luncheon is being
TM-rwided for bv colleee people and
friends. Dr Withvcbmbe is anx
ious that a number of citizens and
their wives meet the visitors during
the hitter's brief stayf and endeavor
to make the visit pleftsant.
Bv a Sewer Gane Ran Across! two
Indian Graves andjQueer Relics.
A Benton countv irnan now there
writes the Times of finds made by
workmen digging a sewer at Fort
Columbia, Washington,- Mxten'
sive e-overnment improvements; are
in nrofirress there. In the course of
excavations, the sewer digger enr
countered two Indian graves. 1 On
the remains in" one of the graves
was found a souvenir medal in
bronze, bearing the picture of Gen
eral W H Harrison and the date,
1 84.1. On the other side, in plain;
letters were the words, "The
People's Choice for President."
Various other relics were found
in the graves, among them a $2. 50
gold piece. Also a ring of solid
gold. The latter, instead of being
round, was octagonal in shape. In
both graves, Indian beads of all
descriptions were obtained.
The Benton county man who
writes ofhe find, is Iee Kennedy,
formerly of Summit.
Call for Warrants.
Notice is here by given that there is
money in the treasury to pay all city
warrenta drawn on the general fund
and indorsed prior to July i3 19OO, In
terest will stop on same on this date.
Dated, Corvallid Oregon. July 8 1902 .
: City Treasurer
A fine Durhrm milk cow, fresh.
Z L Brooks
Shingles and all kinds of dimension
lumber on hand at the Benton County
Bears the y?tlB Kini1 You HaYB Always .congp
GOT A THOUSAND
Of Fraternal Order Benefit Preparing
for Deer Hunts Ho! for the
Mrs V. E. Elliott received a
draft Thursday for$i,ooo insurance
band, who died a few weeks ago.
The draft was from the Degree of
Honor order of which he was a
The Corvallis & Eastern station
platform Thursday was a sight to
see. It was piled high, wide ana
deep with camping outfits, cottage
beloneiners and other appliances
for seaside life. The movine of
the paraphernalia and the meand
erings of the crowd at train time
made a cheery bustle. The train
pulled out of Corvallis with two
coaches well filled with passengers,
and the baggage and express cars
filled to the doors.
Various Corvallis sportsmen take
to the woods next Monday to be
fifSt Qn hand for deer shooting when
the nnpti season is ushered in at
dawn Tuesday morning. Two or
three parties have already been
planned. Samuel Bane left yes
terday to take a hunt in Douglas
county, where he believes deer to
be larerer and perhaps more abund-
ant. During the week a numDer
of new rifles and old ones also have
been taken out for trial.
And What it Contained It Wasn't
Laundry The Heathen Grinned- ,
This is one on Ruthyn Turney.
He loves a violin, aud is a great
performer on that king of instru
ments. He went to the laundry
the other day. He believed the
package he carried was soiled linen
to be laundried. When he opened
it in the presence of the washee
man, the celestial grinned. So did
What thev both saw as the pack
age unrolled, was not soiled linen,
but Ruthyn' s fiddle box. "Ketcn
um wlong washee," said the heath
en. "Yes, ketchum wlong washee,"
replied Ruthvn. as they grinned
arain at each other over the riddle
box, on which the well known mu
sician carefullv adiusted the paper,
and then returned for his real
' It will pay you to investigate goods
and Diices at T H Harris You can save
As the 32nd year ot my business career has closed, I will cere
hratethe event with my customers by giving each and every one a
bring the pecjple ot
$ 25 Drees goods at.........
i 5u driiiin guoclD at
75 dress poods at
1 00 dress goods at.. 78
1 5o drees goods at 1 2o
$ 5oc ehirt waiets at $ 38
75c ehirt waiets at 62
1 00 ehirt waists at 78
1 5o ehirt waiets at 1 2o
We have some odd ends that go
at 5oc each
$ 25c table linen at 21
5oc table linen at .41
75c table linen at. 62
1 00 table linen at............ 79
Our linen napkins are also in
Eve ry article in the store reduced- This sale
will close on Saturday July 20, 1802. Eesure arid
get your share of the bargains.
$3 00 Sboe-the correct shape" Shoe for men is filled betweea
outsole Hnd indole with a mixture of ground cork and rubber, whicl
acts as a cu.hk.n for the wearer's foot, keeps out mouture and pre
sents Miaakiiip. Always $3.oo, never less. Better than -soon
Shoes at $3' 00. .
.$3.5f Sheep, made from White's Crown Calf, wears better, keeps i
polish betUr, in fact, the beBt Shoe made in the world for the pile
A fow reasons only why you should wear Topround $3.5o Shoes. (
FIRST Only very best upper leather Used.
SECOND Only heaviest sole leather used.
'1 HIltD Oi ly solid leather lifts for heels.
FOTR.TH Only fast-color hooks and eyelets. Never wear braBay.
FIFTH Only best of lining and trimmings.
SIXTH Only best of sole-leather counters.
SEVENTH Only skilled labor employed. Every pair is fitted
with silk, and all have wide leather bace stays, which prevent
breaking over the counter. Sold only by
F. L. MILLER'S Corvallis, Or.
ttJben you see it in our ad, if s so
The Benton County Lumber Ci
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Rouab ana Dressed Cumber
Shingles Eatb and Posts
A Square Deal for Everybody.
Yards near Southern Pacific Depot, Corvallis, Oregosa.
will inaugurate an anniversary sale that will
Coryallis and vininity to
a few articles to
we are doing
2o yds. brown muslin ....$1 00
2o " of good calico 1 00
2o " of outing flannel 1 00
lo " of good bleached muslin 1 00
All other goods greatly reduced
$1 5o boys eniiB at $1 3o
2 co boys suits at 1 7o
2 5o boys tuits at..,., . 2 15
3 co boys euits at 2 5o
3 5o boys euits at 2 9o
These "suits are of the Banner
Brand make of Chicago
Special on Groceries
1 can sardines 5c
1 box 3 B Blacking 4c
1 dnz clothes pin... lc
1 21b can pork & beans 15c
1 can deviled bam 5c
.1 bottle Carters Ink 4c
The Regulator of Low Prices
Tlie "W"la.ite Hovise
$ 7 00 mens suits at $ 5 94
8 00 mens suits at 6 84
lo 00 mens euits at... 8 5e
12 00 mens suits at lo 1c
15 00 mens suits at 12 75
These suits are of the Hart Sch-
affner & Marx make
Boys & Mens Sweaters
$ 5oc sweaters at ....$ 45
1 00 sweaters at- 85
T 5o sweaters at 1 2o
2 00 sweaters at. 1 65
2 5o sweaters at 2 15
In plain and fancy colors
Special on Groceries
1 can corned beef.. 15os
1 lb waehing powder 4&
8 lbs Lion coffee ..-.$1 oo
8 lbs Arbuckles...... .... 1 oo
12 lb box crackers 7oo
6 bars Savon soap... ..25a