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About The Corvallis times. (Corvallis, Or.) 1888-1909 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 17, 1904)
Official Paper of,Bentm County.
OOKTAXXIS, OEEGON, ACQ 17, 1904.
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and philanthropic in disposition.
Their reward is not always money
but the silent endeavors of charity
lend an additional charm to the
profession which cares for the phy
sical well being of the whole hum
an rsce. Dr. Logan has practiced
medicine in Philomath lor fifteen
years and followed the profession
since 86. He has been pension ex
aminer for 5 years, school director
8 years and operated as mayor 3
years and alderman for 4 years.
He is a product of the Eclectic
Medical Institute of CincinattiOhid".
HOLLENBVJHG & CADY FURNITURE
An enterprise that is building up
a trade to very gratifying propor
tion itf that operated by Messre.
Hollenburg & Cady. Though a
new firm, operating since the 25th
of June, they are establishing a
most excellent reputation for them
selves and houee. They are broad
guage and liberal iu their methods
ot operation and carry goods of the
moet permanent and useful forms,
sell as cheap as can be bought else
where, make genuine merit the
cause of phennminal prosperity and
carefully endeavor to protect that
merit. li'-r " -iuharkiog in this
business, Mr Hillenbsrg was for a
time in 'lie ti&r.jware business ana
for tt.'ff hihI a ball years Mr. Cady
had 1 hui&e of the stock at the expe
riment station of the Oregon State
Agricultural College of Corvallis.
Mr. Hollenberg was born in Germa
ny and has been under the "starry
banner" since '58. He farmed
fight years in Arkansas prior to
pitching his tent on the Pacific
NOLAN & CALLAHAN DRY GOODS
AND GENTS FURNISHINGS.
' The men of force ani capacity
who take strong hold of the rugged
conditions of life and mold them j
into successful and useful careers
are entitled to all honor amoDg
their fellows, not only for the indi
vidual triumph they have won, but
for the fruitful potencies awakened
and inspired by their example.
The qualities which have made
Messrs Nolan & Callahan one of
the prominent firms of Corvallis,
and have brought them uniform es
teem of their fellow men, their ca
reer having been one of well dirtct
ed energy, strong determination,
honorable methods and a decided
attitude to always carry goods of
the mot useful and permanent
forme, to sell as cheap as could be
bought eleewhere, to mike genuine
merit the secret of this-phenomiiial
growth and to carefully protect that
merit havebeen the guiding policy
of this firm in their dealings; with
the public. They have operated
here seven years as a firm and Mr.
Nolan has followed the business
over 20 year?.
H. E. PTJGH HARDWARE, &C.
Mr. Pugh bas operated here one
year and his mercantile career is
one of which he may well feel
proud. For a city the size of Phil
omath his hardware and implement
establishment iB a model one and
he conducts it on the highest com
mercial principles. He carries a
very comple'e line of shelf and
heavy hardware, stoves, farm ma
chinery, harness, paint?, oil, guns,
ammunition and all kinds of sport
ing goods and supplies and, more
over, his prices challenge competi
tion anywhere in the entire West.
Mr. Pugh was in the mercantile
line at Hobart, Oklahoma, three
years prior to locating cn the Paci
fic coast. He bails from Illinois as
the state of his nativity and merits
very generous nienliou her?.
He has been filling this important
position over two years and officiat
ed as County Clerk three terms and
County Recorder two terms prior to
his elect'on to this post of honor.
It is with pleasure we accord Judge
Watters a very high place in these
columns. He is a member of the
Real Estate firm Ambler & Waters.
He takes a keen interest in the re
ligious well being of the communi
ty and is Superintendent of the
Meteodist Sunday School.
MILES STARR CONFECTIONER, ICE
, Mr. Starr is a business man of
character and ability and his estab
lishment here ia a thriving one. He
does a heavy trade and haB won a
name for himself in commercial
circles that is a most creditable one.
Mr. Starr understands his business
and uses only the purest goods. He
was a representative from Bsnton
county, at Oregon State legislature
for one term on the republican tick
et. He officiated as the efficient
school clerk of Corvallis and is" in
terested along educational lines, be
himself, being a distinguished grad
uate of Willamette University; he,
moreover, is a m believer in the
West and in "printers' ink," and is
a gentleman who does business
"broad-guage" and merits a high
place in these column?. His lem
onade, taffies and pinochees de
serve special mention. ,7
G. W. DENMAN COUNTY SUP'T.
Mr. Denman, head of the public
schools of Benton county, has held
his position for eight years, and is
looked upon as an educator of abil
ity. The schools of the county have
never had better attention and en
couragement than during the time
that this gentleman has had over
sight of them. He is progressive
and upvto-date and an able public
spirited citizen to whom the welfare
of the state and county is of the ut
most importance, and we accord
him a prominent place in these col-!
J. D. WELLS DEPUTY SHERIFF OF
Mr. Wells was born and raised in
Oregon and is well prepared in eve
ry way for the duties of his office.
He is a gentleman of marked intelli
gence and ability, and is a public
spirited, progressive man, who takes
pride in the good government of the
city and county. He has the con
fidence of the people and is a terror
only to evil doers. The city is
much indebted to him in various
ways and he deserves prominent
mention in these pages
PROF. C." V. WHITE TEACHER.
Prof. White is a native of Michi
gan but came to Oregon when
quite young. He is now the honor
ed occupant of the chair of Science
and History in Philomath College,
his Alma Mater. Our college pro
fessors hold a very important place
in the social system, and Prof White
is entitled to generous mention as
being one of those who are mould
ing the thought and life of the stu
dent body. His record entitles him
to a place of honorTiere.
J. F. IRWIN DEPUTY CLERK.
This able officer of Benton coun
ty is a native of Oregon and a grad
uate of the Portland Business Col
lege. . He has Had several years-of
experience as a bookkeeper and
stands high among the citizens of
the city. He is honest, consci
entious and zealous in his efforts to
perform his duties efficiently and
therefore is entitled to prominent
mention in these columns. He has
officiated as deputy clerk two years
and acquitted himself ably in th'S
VV. P. LAFFERTY DRYGOODS, CROCK
ERY, NOTIONS, ETC.
It has been six yeas since this
gentlemen opened his doors to do
business wi h the public of Corval
lis. Since coming here, Mr. Laf
ferly has thoroughly identified him
self with the development and life
ofihecitv. The shelves . nf his es
tablishment are laden with a very
fine s'ock of the latest up-to-datd
and fashionable designs in dry goods,
crocker', notions, etc. Mr. Laffer
ty is a gentleman who lakes an ac
tive interest in the well beingof the
cotnmucity in which he resides.
Hi w83 c-nnty treasuier of Grun
dy county, Missouri, one term prior
to pitching his tent on the Pacific
Coa?t. He bails from Ohio as the
commonwealth of his nativity. ' He
is a gentleman who believes in the
West and in "printers ink,'? and in
dignified journalistic enterprises
aiming at a "greater" Corvallis.
ALLEN & WOODWARD DRUGGISTS.
These are gentlemen that we
would n&t like to leave cut of this
historical review editioD. Messrs.
Allen & Woodward know the drug
business in all its phases and are
skilled, conscientious pharmacists
who thoroughly understand ""the
compounding of proprietary medi
cipss and prescriptions. Mr. Allen
has followed the drug business forty
jeirs and thoroughly understands
the bu&ine?s from A tj Z. They
have conducted tbeir establishment
here four years and are building
up a most excellent custom. Mr.
John F. Allen i9 a graduate of the
Oregon Agricultural College and is
a young man of promise in the
commercial worle. We therefore
accord this firm generous mention.
I. SI. CAMERON HARNESS.
The harness and saddlery inter
ests are very important and, there
fore, Mr. J. M. Cameron comes in
fvr prominent mention. He ia the
Knight of the trade hereabouts and
has followed the business twenty-
two years. He carries an up-to-
date etock and his prices, as well as
bis goods, will compare favorably
with any other house of the kind in
this section of the west.
Mr. Cameron has built up a trade
to gratifying proportions. He is an
expert artisan and he is broad
guage in his methods of business,
is liberal with his patrons and is
rated as "gilt-edged" throughout.
He is one of our present - highly es
teemed and efficient "city dads,"
and is serving his third term in
that office. He was twice a candi
date for sheriff and has always tak
en a front rank in movements, aim
ing at the well-being of city, coun
ty and state. - - .
HODES "PIONEER" GUN STORE. . ' .
In chronicling in this edition the
progressive business men of Corval
lis, here is a gentlemen who is en
titled to' prominent mention. He
operates the well-established and
favorably known Hodea Gun Store,
which was established by his fath
er, who came to this section of the
Pacific Coast in '57. " It is one of
the best equipped enterprises of the
kind in the West, and, Mr. Hodes,
Jr. , has operated here two years
and is cairying on very successful
ly Che business. He bas been" en
gaged fof Borne time in mercantile
work in San ' Francisco, Chicago,
and is successor to the well and fav
orably known "Pioneer" Gun Ho
des. ' - ' '
O. A. C. CLEANING AND REPAIRING.
Messrs. Swann & Van Cleve, rep
resent atives of the 0. A. C. clean
ing and repairing establishment
must be given a place of honor in
these columns. They are young en
ergetic and "rising" business bays
and we predict for them a shining
mercantile career. They have betn
operating here about six weeks and
at their establisnment you may
have your shoes polished, to shine
like a "niggers" heel, and trousers
pressed to look and ' fit like a
button in a coat. They are doing
well and are establishing a splendid
A HODES GROCER. -
Mr. Hodes is today running a
fine Btore, dealing out sugar and
coffee, spices, bacon, lard an provi
sions as be has done since '81.
There are few houses in the com
munity where his name , is not a
household word, synonimoug for
fair treatment and good values. He
was born in Germany, but long
since pitched his tent under the
"Stars & Stripes." He served
on the city council three years and
is a gentleman who believes in the
Golden Rule policy, and that a
good reputation is better than rich
es. Spotless integrity and living
it are the guiding stars in his deal
ings with the public and he, more
over, never lags behind in any
movement aiming at a "greater"
NEWTON BROS. BLACKSMITHS AND
It is the object to chronicle our
leading and successful business
men in this biographical review e
dition and we therefore assign with
pleasure a very high place to the
above named firm as they enjoy
the absolute confidence of the en
tire commuuity. They conduct a
general blacksmithing and wagon
manufacturing establishment which
reflects the greatest credit to Philo
math. They are men of sterling
worth and reliable, progressive citi
zens and have done much to bring
our town into line as one of the best
places in the Willamette Valley to
BERRY & CARL BICYCLES AND
Those gentlemen do a lively bus
iness and are first rtste artisans.
They know their business in all its
ins and outs and they treat their
customers in snch a manner that
they stand by them. Messrs. Berry
and Carl charge always as low a
price as work can be properly done
for, and the jabs he turns oat are
O. K. every lime. They use only
good, tools, their materials are only
the best and he, in short,, runs an
up-to date place which is a credit
to the city. These gentlemen ha've
i .. 1 1 a 1 : 1 - r
luiiuivfu lue ousiness lor six years 1
and have operated here for three
years. Mr. Carl is a native cf our
beautiful state and Mr. Berry,
though born in Minnesota, loug
since pitched his tent on the Paci
The Philomath livery, feed, and
sale stable operated by Mr. C. E.
Seton comes in for general mention
He attends to his own business and
looks after customers promptly.
He is courteous.obliging.and more
over an excellent feeder and takes
good care of stock,. He followed
farming and stock raising 15 years
in Baker County, Oregon prior to
coming to Philomath. He believes
that honesty is the best policy and
that as the poet has said 'e noble
and the nobleness of others that li
es sleeping will rise in majesty to
meet their own." . .
F.P.Clark, Groceries and
A gentleman of Philomath who
is one of the energetic and substan
tial business men of the city is Mr.
F.P.Clark who operates a flourish
ing grocery and hardware establish
ment. He has been in this busi
ness seven years and followed the
j agricultural line in Texas sixteen
years prior to coming to Benton
County. He commands an excell-
ent trade and merits our highest
WILKINS & BAUB, MERC HAST
It is the proud boast of the resi
dents of Corvallis that the "ELITE"
of this city do not have to go away
trom home for the services of expert
professional merchant tailors. Mes
sers Wilkins & Bauer are practi
cal, experienced, and expert arti
sans in this very important branch
of commercial enterprise. They
know their business as few do and
are cutters and skilled - workmen
whose work amply attests their, a
bilities in the tailoring business.
MRS C.A.GOULD, MILLINERY.
This is a millinery establishment
that commands very favorable no
tice at our hands as ladies patronize
i extensively, and we might add,
wisely, too. She keeps only those
hats that she knows will please and
she has built up a large trade.
There are several milliners here
but not one gives better satisfaction
than she does for she has had ma
ny years of experience in the bu-
sine's. She has operated in our
city for sixteen years and by her
skill and taste has commanded a
large share of patronage. Her
goods are artistic and up-to date
and we accord her a worthy place
among the business firms in these
THE RACKET STORE: MtLNER & ,
This establishment is a feature of
the mercantile interest that is most
important and its trade is a flour
ishing one Its stock of groceries,
clothing, shoe, and notions is not
excelled in Corva lis, and the pric
es are always just right. They do
business on up-to-date commercial
principles and strictly for cash, se
curing thus a very large part of the
desirable custom here. Their pre
mises are well located their three
years of mercantile life here has
established for them an excellent
business and reputation. They
take an interest in movements aim
ing at a "greater" Corvallis.
CARL HODES, BAKERY-
Bread is the staff of life and this
bakery furnishes this in great a-
bundance and perfection. Hodes
.Bakery is the popular resort ot (jor-
vallis lor ic c earn, truit and soft I
drinks; he also carries a full line of
confectionary, cigars, tobacco and
smokers supplies. Carl Hodes can
be found at the same "old stand"
as operated formerly by Messers
Hodes & Hall Mr. H. W. Locke,
manager, is estab'ishirjg an excel
lent reputation for himself and
house and has operated in this city
two years and a half.
Mr. Winegar must not be omitt
ed as we pass in review. He has
conducted it for three years"and en
joys a very good trade. He is a
good feeder, and careful with his
stock and once a farmer puts up
with him is sure to become a regu
lar patron. He farmed for some
time and is a gentleman of the pro
gressive type and we gladly accord
a word of praise here.
CENTRAL PLANING MILL AND
. - , BOX FACTORY. . . "
This institution is thoroughly
identified with our city and manu
factures doors, windows, mouldings,
screens, cupboards, tables, book
cases, show cases, bee hives in fact
Mr. F. P. Sheasgreen the energ-tic
and progressive proprietor of this
establishment has very little to say
but keeps sawing wood fourteen
hours aday to keep up with the
trade. He hss been here for 12
years and was born in New Bruns
wick Canada but pitched his tent
under the "Starry Banner" twenty
five years ago.
GRAHAM & WORTHAM, DRUGGISTS.
Druggists and Pharmacists who
keep pace with the times and stand
at the head of their business is the
above named firm. They have op
erated here for a number of years
and always on their shelves will be
found a full line.of drugs, chemi
cals, patent medicines and druggis's
sundries. Their prices meet all
honorable competition and they are
agreeable, energetic, business men.
esteemed and progressive citizens.
They have been established as a
firm for ten years and each year
sees a growing increase in their
volume of business. Prescriptions
accurately compounded is a special
ty at Graham and Wortham's drug
store. They are highly intelligent
gentlemen to meet and, moreover,
their establishment ia an important
factor in the commercial lifeof Cor
vallis. CORVALLIS SAW MILL.,
The saw mill, box factory and
planing mill operated by Mr. E. W,
Strong, is one of the institutions of
Corvallis so thoroughly identified
with the prosperity of our city that
it commands very generous men
Continued dn Page Four.
Our New Fall
is now arriving.
The '. residue stock 6f Summer
goods at still further reduction.
any old price to
We want your
3 . 1
- ies, provisions, etc.
We furnish a nice box and. do
the packing for you.
Don't forget the place
I PHONE 483, CORVALLIS, OR.
Have urn a House to Fuinish?
If so, come and see us
everything you want from a
cupboard for the kitchen.
Ours is an Up to Date Furniture Store.
Call and see and be convinced. In linoleums we have
on a large supply just received,
parlor suits, portiers, study
Every Freight brings us
THE LEADING FURNITURE HOUSE
Order Your Ice Cream .
From The Celebrated Sunset
Creamery Company. Highest
price paid for Butter fat, Eggs etc.
281 1st Street Portland, Oregon.
Phone Main 52.
Rev. W. Li. Eiley, L. L. D., Cuba, New
York, writes: "After 15 days of excru
ciating pain from sciatic rheumatism, un
der various treatments, I was induced to
try Ballard's Snow Liniment ; the first
application giving my first relief and the
second entire relief. I can give it unqual
ified recommendation.' 25c, 50c, $1.
Sold by Graham & Wortham.
I am Here '.
For quick and safe delivery. Call on
John Lenger, Phones 483 or 306.
and Winter stock:
odds and ends at
order for grocer-
and get our prices. We have
foot - stool for the parlor to a
- , .
new style and pattern. Also
.,".-, For Sale. '
Vetch, clover, oats, wheat and timothy
hay, loo cords of grub oak wood sawed '
in ifi inch lengths, order earlv before the
after harvest advance prices. One fresh
Jersey cow. Can order from Corvallis on
Get your camping outfits Euch as tents,
cots and stools at Hollenberg & Cady's
Say, Do You Like
To read good books? We have
just received 500. volumes of choice
reading-from Chicago which we will sell
at prices that are right.
Graham & Wells,
' Druggists & Booksellers.