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About The Corvallis times. (Corvallis, Or.) 1888-1909 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 17, 1904)
( Mvertteemontt In this eolomn charge! for
M the rale of I cents per line.
New fall styles of Hart haff
ner aod Marx clothing at Kline's
Remember the flag contest will
close Aug 31st. - -
A visitor this week at the home
of Marshall Miller is Frank Miller,
of Rickreall, Polk county
Ed Collins, of Columbia county,
and his little son were visitors last
week of Corval is friends-
S. L. Kline who is present
in SanFrancisco, has purcaased a
new cash carrier to take the place
of the one which has done service
in his store for the past iourteen
'Doc" Jackson and family left
Monday for a three weeks' outing
at the bay. They were accompa
nied by Miss Ida Locke.
Among the business visitors in
Corvallis Monday was B. Bady, of
near Albany. He was looking for
hop pickers for his yard in that vi
cinity. Work is being rushed in tear
ing down the three old buildings on
Main street to make room for the
Henderson brick. The lumber
taken out has been purchased by
M. C. Miller, and will be re-built
into a large barn ou property belong
ing to Mr. Miller, in Job's Addition.
Everyone who comes will have
a good time. All are invited. The
place is the reading room parlor,
the hour three o'clock, and the day
Thursday. It is the regular mon
thly meeting of the W. C T. U., j
and features of special interest have
The ordinary estimate of thresh
ing machine men is that the fall
' sown wheat this season is only
about 10 per cent, of the usual
yield. On many farms the yield
at threshing time exceeded expec
tations of the owners.
The contracP has been awarded
Charles Heckert for important im
provements to be made to the dwel
ling of Mrs. Ann Smith two miles
south of town. New foundation,
new roof, a large porch and new
windows throughout are features of
the plans. . . Work is to begin in a
day or two. " "" '
Report has it that the contract
has been awarded for important im
provements to be made to the build
ings occupied by Hustons hardware
store and the Graham & Wells drug
store, aud owned by M. S Wood
cock. The plans contemplate new
floois, raised ceilings and modern
fronts for each building.
His friends who are not ill
formed have been wondering for the
past three days what has bappsned
to Ueorge Lilly . Mis countenance
wears a perpetual grin, and if he
were a candidate for office he could
not grasp more cordially the hand
of everyone who passes the time of
dav with him. It is a son, born
A runaway team was a sight ou
Main street early yesterday morning.
The horses started at the Wheeler
wagon shop, ran down Main street
and on north to the Walter Taylor
residence, where they were stopped
by Mr. Taylor. The outfit belonged
to Ed Smith, dcliveryman for J. R.
Smith and company. No damage
Chittiui is five cents in A1sea
and five and a quarter in Corvallis.
Forty,-tons of the Alsea bark has
been sold at prevailing prices. The
total product of the Valley this year
will be in the neighborhood of 250
tons, or about 20 car loads, and the
statement is that a large portion of
it will be sold. An equal amount
of the bark will not be peeled this
year, awaiting a future season and
a better figure.
News from him is to the effect
that Bey Rickard, who recently
underwent a surgical operation in
the Good Samaritan hospital of
Portland, is not doing as well as
had been hoped for. Just what the
reason is for his slow recovery is
not stated, although it is probably
due to the fact that Mr. Rickard
suffers much from stomach trouble,
for which an operation may yet be
Recent real estate transfers on
record at the recorder's office are:
Scott King and wife to Richard
Wilde two acres land store at Wren,
$700. The purchaser is a recent
arrival from the east. Martha F.
Smith and husband to James M.
Lambley, house and lot in Corval
lis, $1,600. Miss Clara Fisher to
S. L. Henderson, wall right, $300.
J. R. Wyatt to C. S. Cooper and
wife, 160 acres in Kings Valley .$Soo.
An easterner arrived in Cor
vallis Monday from Iowa. . He was
Mr. Jones, a brother of J. W."-Jones
of Inavale, Bentn county. The
new arrival will be followed in a few
days by Ma. , Hullroy. who is an
other Iowa man, and who is in en
route to Corvallis with the car load j
of household goods and live stock j
that belongs to the two gentlemen J
named. Mrs.' Hullroy has been
with Corvallis friends for some
months. The families will make!
their homes in Benton.
- Work is being pushed on the
new Independent telephone line that
runs to Monroe. Two instruments
had been placed in position up to
Saturday, and conversations were
carried on between there and town.
The phmes are on in the Casper
Zierolf ' and the Julian McFadden
homes. Three rural lines, one to
Mt. View, one to Monroe and the
other to Philomath, are now con
nected with the new switchboard
and are in perfect working order.
When pains or irritation exist on any
par; of the body, the application of Bal
lard's Snoa- Liniment gives prompt re
lief. E. W, Sullivan, Prop. Snllivan
House El Reno, O. T.. writes, June 6,
I902: ' I take pleasure in recommend
ing Ballard's Snow Liniment to all who
are afflicted with rheumatism. It is the
only remedy I have found that gives im
mediate relief. 35c, 50c, $r.0o. Sold by
Graham A Wortham.
Two reentered Oxford Down rame
and f jur tMirbieed-.
1 1 v Peter Whltaker.
' Large 8 room hiup, 3 late, plenty
of fruit and shade trees, a splendid
home place, flue IncatloD. W1U be
cold at a 8acrifl.ee tf taken before the
1st of Sept. Tt-roas f asy. Call 6th
aod Van Bureo S. CotvallH.
2w Mrs V. E-py.
I desire to do pltin pewing,
nursing, sweeping and cleaning.
Apply t re-idence on Ninth stre t
rear Gardner's gallery. Phone
714. Mrs. Gaorge Dickey.
Renders the bile more fluid and thus
helps the blood to flow; ita fiords prompt
relief from biliousness, indigestion, sick
and nervous headaches, and the over in
dulgence in food and drink. Herbine
acts quickly, a dose after meals will bring
the patient into a good condition after
G. L. Caidwell, Agt. M. K. and T. R.
R., Checotah. Ind. Ter., writes April -18,
IQ03: " I was sick with enlargement of
the liver and spleeu. The doctors did
me no good and I had given up all hope
of being cured, when my druggist advis
ed me lo use,' Herbine. It has made
me sound and well." 50c. Sold by Gra
ham & Wortham.
For Sale Cheap.
- Two pianos, in perfect tune and good
condition, at, . -.-
For S tie.
Fresh vetch and cheat feed at
my place five miles norlh of Cor
vallis. T. A. Logsdon..
Pool your bark; advertise it to be
sold at a certain date with the privi
lege of rejecting all bids; This
will enable buyers to buy at less es
pense The money they would
have to pay their-agents can" be
paid you, and you will yet realize
your 20 cent per p und. Chittim
will coon be gone and there is no
thing to take its place. Nothing
as cheap as Cascara at 95 cents per
pound. Don't ba afraid to pcol
with one who knows.
On account of buiLiing brick, at
old stand, Turner's grocery has
moved one door north of Hollen
berg & Cady's second hand store
opposite Farmer's hotel. Store op
en every evening until 9 a. ro.
Team of horses 6 and 7 years
old. Price $125. S. H. Moore
Those Inquisitive Youngsters.
"Papa, you took the scientific course
in college, didn't you?" -
"Yes, dear;- I spent two years on sci
ence." ,- -
"When you look in a mirror the left
Side of VOur fare flnnMrt nttAftiA-rifrfct
side, and the right side seems to be the
mil xne looking glass reverses it,
Beet Salad, or Chopped Beets.
Cold boiled or baked beets, chopped
quite fine but not minced, make a nice
salad -when served -with a dressing of
lemon-juice and whipped cream in the
proportion of three tablespoonfuls of
lemon-juice to one-half cup of whipped
cream, and salt if desired. Good House
... Notice of Sewer Assessment. .
Notice is hereby given that the view
ers appointed by the Common Conncil
of Corvallis to estimate proportionate
share of cash to property owners for con
structing a sewer through the alleyof
block If. County Additions to Corvallis
have filed their report, and said viewers
have ascertained and determined that
the following property will be directly
bent fitted in the au.ounts u.eutioned to
wit. . v ' ' ' -.'
Lot I .block 14 Connty addition Cor
vallis, Virginia Espey, owner. 22.87.v
Lot 2, block 14. County addition Cor
vallis, Virginia Espy, owner, $ 22 88.
... Lot 3. block 14; Connty addition Cor
vallis, Virginia .ieiey, owner, $22.88.
Lot 4, block 14, Connty addition, Cor
vallis. John Spangler, owner, S22.87.
Lot 5, block 14, Connty addition Cor
vallis, John Spangler, owner. $22.88
Lot 6. block 14, County addition Cor
vallis, John Spangler. owner, $ 22.88.
IiOt 7, block 14, County addition Cor
vallis, EHsa Chrisiager, owner, $22.87.
Lot 8. block i4. Connty addition Cor
vallis, Eliza Chrisinger, owner , 22.88.
Lot 9. block 14. County addition -Corvallis,
Eliza Chrisinger, owner, $22.88.
us block 14. County addition Cor
vallis, S P Hunt. owner, $22.87.
Nortbj lot 11 hi ck 14, Cotinty addi
tion Corvallis. S P Hunt, owner, 11.46.
Lot 12 block 14 Connty addition Cor
vallis, Sherman Wade owner $22 87.
Sooth half lot 11 block 14 County addi
tion Corvallis Sherman Wade $ II 46.
That within ten dais from the final
publication of this notice, which will be
on the 3rd. day of September 1904. the
owner of any property above mentioned
is herebv required to file with the Police
Jndge of Corvallis any objections he -or
she may nave to the nodings ana as
sessment of said viewers. .
Police Judge of Citv of Corvallis ...
W. L. Douglas 3 and $3.50 mens fine
shoes-best in the world. Nolan & Cal
Excursion Rates to Yaquina Bay,
On June 1st, the Southern Pacific Co,
will resume sale of excursion tickets to
Newport and Yaquina Bay. Both sea
son and Saturday to Monday tickets will
be sold. This popular resort is growing
in favor each year, hotel jates reasonable
and the opportunities for fishing, hunt
ing and sea bathing are unexcelled by
any other resort on the Pacific Coast. .
W. E. Coman,
Gen, Passenger Agent.
STOP THAT COUGH.
When a cough; a tickling or an irrita
tion in the throat makes you feel uncom
fortable, take Ballard's Horebonnd Syrup.-
Don't wait nntil the disease has gone
beyond control. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. An
derson, 354 West Fifth street, Salt Lake
City. Utah, writes: We think Ballard's
Horehoond Syrup .the best medicine for
coughs and colds. We have used it for
several years; it always gives immediate
relief, is very pleasant and gives perfect
satisfaction.' 25c, 50c, $i.o0. Sold by
Graham & Wortham.
The full-blooded Clydesdale stallion
reg. No. 11013 can be fonnd . at Vidito
Bros, stables Corvallis Oregon, on each
day of the week. Terms 12 to insure
Notice for Bids.
Notice is hereby given, that the
County Court of Benton . County,
Oregon, will receive sealed bids for
the construction of a bridge across
Mill Creek, in Alseal Valley, at the
September term of said Court, in
accordance with plans and specifi
cations at the County Clerk's of
fice. Bids to open September 7th.
at 1 o'clock P.- M-, and the Court
reserving the right to reject any and
Dated the i ith.day of Aug. 1904.
Victor P. Moses, clerk, ;
By J. F.Irwin, Deputy. -
Buy your harvesting outfits at
Nolan Q Callahan's.
Best That's Grown
Is None Too Good.
When you are drinking
Coffee it is our good
fortune to hold the Sole
Agency for the famous ...
Chase I Sanborn
We have all the grades from 2oo
per pound to the highest priced.
Coffee sold by this celebrated firm.
Give Us a Trial Order
for one of their Coffees and you
will use it exclusively.
P. HI. Zierolf
Groceries, Crockery & Stoneware
A$t. for Libby Gut Glass
Black Cat Brand
BLACK CAT BRAND
HOSIERY COMPANY -Kbhosha,
Newport Pleasure Steamer.
The steamer L. Roscoe of Florence,
one of the best and most comfortably
furnished of the ocean-going tugs on the
Pacific Coast, has arrived at Yaquina
Bay for the season and will do all kinds
of work on the Bay. such as transport
ing passengers, towing ships, etc The
L. Koicoe will make regular trips over
the Yaqnina bar daring the outing sea
son on Sundays and visitors to Newport
especially those g oing on the regular
Sunday excursion can enjoy the delights
of a trip over the bar into the waves of
the broad Pacific.
From the pasture of Wiley Win
kle on July 27th, a bald faced, two
year old, steel gray filly. Has two
whi'e hind feet and wbitfi' spot on
right side. Will pay a r-asonable
reward for information that will
leid to recovery.
W. H. WilsoD,
TN Alsei, Ore.
First class cedar posts for sale.
B. F. Ireland & Bro.
CorvalliB R F D No 4.
REDUCED EXCURSION RATES
From S. P, and C, & E. Points to
the Seaside and Mountain Re
sorts for the Summer.
1 On and after June 1st, 19O4, the South
ern Pacific in connection with the Cor
vallis & Eestern railroad, will. have on
sale round trip tickets from points on
their lines to Newport, Yaquina and De
troit at very low rates, good for return
until October 10th, 1904.,
Three day tickets to Newport and Ya
quina, good going Saturdays and retort
ing Mondays, are also on sale from all
East side points, Portland to Eugene in
clusive, and from all TVestside points en
abling people to visit their familiea and
spend Sunday at the seaside.
Season tickets, from all Eastside points
Portland to Eugene inclusive, and from
all Westside points, are also on sale to
Detroit at very low rates, with stop-over-privileges
at Mill City or any point east
enabling tourists to visit the Santiam and
Breitenbnsch hot springs in the Cascade
mountains, which can be reached in one
dav. - ' -
Season tickets will be good for return
from all points until October 10. . Three
day tickets will be good going on Sat
urdays and returning Mondays '"only.
Tickets from Eugene and vicinity will
be good going vfa the Lebanon-Spring "
field branch ; ' desired. Baggage on
Newiy--1 ' , checked through to
Ncv . yaquina tickets to Yaquina
Southern Pacific trains connect with
the C. & E. at Albany and Corvallis -for
Yaquina ard Newport. Trains on the
C, & E. for Detroit will leave Albany
at 7 a m enabling tourists to the hot
springs to reach there the same day.
For information as to rates, .with beau
tifully illustrated booklet of Yaquina and
vicinity can be obtained on application
to Edwin Stone, manager C &E; Albany
W E Coman, G. P. A. S. P Company,
Portland, , '
Rate from Corvallis to Newport, $3. 75.
" " Yaqnina, 3.25
" " Detroit, 3.25
Three-day rate from Corvallis to New
Are you going hoppicking? If
so, call at Blacklelge'a new fur
niture store for. tent?, stoves and
camp Etoole, etc.
Gordon bU a Kline's. New
Btylea just in. At Kline's.
BLAGK CAT KQSERY !
BLACK CAT BRAND
IF YOU ABE LOOKING FOii riuMi, RtiAL .
good bargains in stock, grain, fruit and poultry j
Ranches, 'write for our special list, or come and i
see us. We shall take pleasure in giving 3'ou all , e
the reliable information you wish, also showing P
you over the country. g
AMBLER & WATERS.
Real Estate, Loan, and Insurance.
Corvallis and Philomath, Or. !
EMERY'S ART STUDIO
4.- South Main St., Corvallis, Ore.
Carbon, Platinum, and Platino Portraiture
3 . O. A. C. ATHLETIC
Art Calendars, Sofa Pillow Covers, K
And other Photographic Novelties, C
C. H. Newth,
Physician and Surgeon
When Nolan and Callahan say reni
ants thsy mean it.
We Don't Want
. But you must come early if you wish to se
cure some bargains a, our" ( Great Summer
. Wash Goods and
Summer Dress Goods
' At Cost ;
Ten per cent reduction on Table Linen and Napkins
" " Lace Curtains and Sereens
v " Calicoes, Percales and Ginghams
" " 50 cent Mixed Wool dress goods
" " Cretons, Silkoline "and Darperies
" Towels and To vsrelings
Bargains in odd and ends Ribbons and Lace
.20 per ct red. on Embroideries & dress Trimmings
Other Bargains on the remnant counter.
We pay top price for country
II W. 4 K
AND SCENIC VIEWS, jp
Sunday on the streets of Corvallis, a
child's crocheted bonnet with red .rib
bon ties. Finder please leave at this
Blackledge keeps large assortment of
to Hurrv Ten
Corvallis, Oregon. ,