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About The Corvallis times. (Corvallis, Or.) 1888-1909 | View Entire Issue (March 29, 1905)
, Dcn't you know to look well
dressed you must have a Ltylish
hat and & & & & & &
The Gordon $3.00
is the best hat on earth
While we picture here
the newest spring .styles,
we have the plainer sha
pes for the man who
wants a good servi
ceable hat "The
THE WHITE HOUSE
S. I . KLINE
Personal attention given mail orders.
BY HIS SISTER.
NEWS OF CORVALIJS AND
VICINITY TOLD IN BRIEF.
The Comings and Goings of People
Social Gossip, Personal Men
tion and Other Items of
Mrs- I,. I. Porter left yester
day for her home at Oregon City.
. After a brie visit with Cor
vallis friends, Mrs. Steiwer left for
Registration for the spring
term at the college Monday. Reci
tations begin today.
Cal Thrasher returned. Friday
from a two weeks business trip to
Halsey and other points.
Mrs. Joseph Ripley of Port-
. . r . j j a
land spent oaiuruay auu ouuay m
Corvallis, on, business.
P. D. Gilbert, of Portland was
a Business visitor in Corvallis Mon
day. Rev. and Mrs. Zimmerman re
turned Monday to their home at
. Miss Gertrude Nolan went fo
Portland' Saturday, to be at the
bedside of her father who is in a
Mrs. Charles W. Adams, ac
companied by her -daughters, Essie
and Dorothy, departed for Californ
ia Saturday. . ' .
After a visit with relatives in
Benton county, Claire G. Springer,
a teacher in the -schools of Mon
mouth, returned home yesterday.
" Mrs. Frank Plunkett, Mrs.
James Plunkett and Mrs. 'James
Van Meter, all of Kings valley, are
slowly improving, having been very
ill with pneumonia.
--Ernest Redd, formerly an O.
A. C. student, has been promoted
to a day position in the Hotel Port
land drug store, and Allan Bates,
lately of the Dalles, takes Redd's
position on the night force.
Officers have been selected for
the crack company that is made up
from the O. A. C. regiment t6 drill
-asainst all comers at. the Lewis
and Clark, during the cadet en
campment there in June. The
offic:rs are Garrow, captaia; Damon
ist lieutenant, and Esson, 2nd
Nineteen Corvallisites partici
pated in a big Modern Woodmen
function at Monroe. Five candi
dates were initiated into the Mon-
roe Camp, and afterward there was
a banquet and speech making. The
Corvallis men say the Monroe
camp is an excellent one with
many enthusiastic members. The
delegation arrived home Sunday
It is ' reported at Monroe that
there is renewed activity with re
spect to the electric railroad that is
planned to be built between Corval
. lis and Eugene, . The statement is
that the new company which has
secured the rights of the Willamette
valley people is showing numerous
) pi;W(Tirp that- it -nmnncpe tn hiiilrl
the line. Among other statements,
; is one to the effect that engineers
are to be at Monroe shortly to take
up the matter of survey.; Also that
the company is about completing a
big line in Washiugton, and ., that
as soon as this is done, the work
ing force will be transferred to the
Willamette valley line. .
W. W. Collinp, of Suwr, was
a business visitor in towrj Monday.
Mr. Lambert arrived Monday
from Clackamas county. He is to
operate at the Whi taker hopyard
the comiDg year.
Services will be held at the
Episcopal church - next Sunday
morning and evening at the usual
hours, by the Rev. H. D. Cham
bers. Every one cordially invited
to attend these services.
" An operation for appendicitis
was performed by Dr. Cathey, Sat
urday afterncon, on the seven-year-old
eon of "Doc" McBee, residing
five miles from Corvallis. Drs.
Farra and Pernot assisted in the
operation. The little patient is
doing well, and will soon be con
valescent. Horace Locke, formerly with
R. M. Wade& Co., at Corvallis, is
now holding good position with
the Yokohama Tea Company of
Albany. The family is located in
that city, and like the place very
much. Miss Daisy Brown, former
ly with Milner & Wellisher is clerk
icg for Mrs. Loqkein the latter'
millinery establishment. .
It was in court. The attorneys
in the case were selecting a' jury
a juror irom me L.oug 10m was
uuder fire. His answers to tha
usual questions in adtf the lnwyeis
dubious 8nd tbey delved deeper
and deeper. S ill tha atmosphere
would cot, clarifv. At length the
court took a hand in the question
ing. "would you be guided m
making up your decision, by the
evidence, ind by the instructions
of the court?" Toe answer was
satisfactory. "Would you be in
fiueccei by any of the attorneys in
tbis caser "Un, no; I never pay
much attention to what lawyers'
say," was the rejoinder.
Fred Yates did not worship in
his usual pew in the Presbyterian
church Sunday night. He went
late in the afternoon to interview
Green in the county jail. He is
one of the attorneys and has been
several times to Bee the prisoner.
Johnnie Wells forgot him, and with
all kinds of visions of an all night
in the place Fred had to abide the
time until nine o'clock. By that
time, in latter day parlance he was
"oroide." "Didn't you know
wanted to go to church? Have you
seen anything of my wife?" These
and other things fell on, Johnnie's
ears as hs let the belated barrister
Notice is hereby given that there
is money on hand at the : county
treasurer's office to pay all orders
endorsed and marked not . paid for
want of funds up to and including
those of March "22nd, 1905. Inter
est will be stopped on same from
Corvallis. Ore., Mar 29, 1905.
W. A. Buchanan,
Treasurer of Benton Co, Or.
; Spring Opening.
I will have on display a fine line
of the very latest millinery. Tailor
ed hats a specialty. Jbriday and
Saturday, Mar. 31st and April ist.
Mrs. C. A Gould.
- South Main street.
Haroun Prosecuted on Criminal Charge
afEugene -Former Philomath
A heap of trouble has befallen
F. S. Haroun, the former Philomath
business college man, now at - Eu
gene. At last accounts he was in
iail, - confronted by a criminal
charge. His wife was suing him
for a divorce, and her is held to the
circuit court to convene i in June,
to answer a charge of obtaining
money on false pretenses. . The
criminal charge was lodged against
Haroun by his own sister; Par
ticulars or tlaroun s trouoies are
thus detailed by the Eugene Guard:
"The examination of. F. S. Ha
roun, charged witn obtaining mon
ey under false pretenses from his
sister, Mrs. Lottie Stewart, which
was begun before Judge : Winter- j
meier yesterday afternoon was post
poned until this afternoon in order
to give time to secure an import
ant witness. ' i
Haroun spent last night in the
county jail. Two of his lodge
brethren L. N. Roney and W. Wad
dell last evening volunteered to
furnish the necessary $250 bail re
quired to insure his appearance
this morning, but about nine o clock
last night they withdrew their
names from the bond. Constable
Jack" Smith was then instructed to
hunt up the erring professor, and
he was found at the Hazelwood res
taurant. When he was told that
he would be compelled to go to jail,
Haroun was naturally chagrined,
but went with the constable with
out protest. He was locked up in
a cell where he spent the night.
Haroun s sister, Mrs. , Lottie
Stewart, declares she will leave no
stone unturned to . convict him. On
the other hand, Haroun' s attorneys
L- Bilyeu and C. M. Kissinger will
put forth their best efforts to clear
him. -"' ' : " . ". -
The business college of "which
Haroun is proprietor, has. almost
suspended operations since his ar
rest. Yesterday afternoon the stud;
ents were restless and is said that
no order could be ' maintained by
Miss Maud Decker who had charge
of the classes. Last evening near
ly every student took his books
homeland this morning it is said,
only a handful out of the fifty or
sixty students appeared for work.
Judge Wmtermeier . took the case
under advisement. ; -
GO-CARTS, GO-CARTS, GO-CARTS
We respectfully invite your attention, 'to
the largest and most complete line ever
shown in Corvallis
Latest styles, designs and finish. The
latest improvements in adjustable and
folding automatic gear, also in upholister
ing and parasols
Haying bought unusually heavy in order
to secure a greater discount, we are en
abled to offer these go-carts and buggies
at prices that will astonish you.
Call early .while the stock is still com
plete and investigate.
HOLLENBfeRQ & CADY.
sx'avooo 'sjjHvo-00 'sxhvo-oo
A quantity of good clover hay.
Inquire of Mrs. M. Jacobs, Corval
. About Alfalfa.
I have Iatelv come to the conclu
sion that alfalfa can be grown suc
cessfully on this Western CoaEt. I
believe it will grow most anywhere
in this vallev or mountain?, where
it doaa not overflow or water does
not tand, and where there is - six
feet of soil, providing it is put in
rig -t. wuh ground put in proper
co.xution and inoculated to tte al-
fal a bacteria and land plaster use,
an not pastured the first year, but
kepr mowed at the proper time. I
sow d two acres the 26th day of
M , 1904, and after all the unu
su:. dry year it did splendidly and
at t is writing in places it is 18
im-iiKS high, and growing very rap
idly: If there is any one that has
the opinion that alfalfa will not
grow in this valley I would like to
enow him this two acres, sown on
a side hill and on a clay point of
red soil. I put ii on one of the poor
est spots on the farm with the idea
that if it grew there, it would . do
most anywhere. Some was eown
on lumpy ground, some on smooth,
well pulverized ground, some- was
manured and some not, some with
land plaster, some without,' some
Bown with other grain. All this
was to test how it would do the
best. My intentions are to put half
of my plow land in alfalfa in the
near future and shut off half of this
plowing.. My opinion is this val
ley 'will again be a Block country
when every person has from 40 to?
100 acres of alfalfa for hay and pas
ture. - Thi country will soon be
thickly settled and land as valua
ble as it is in the East, after East
ern people find out what an even
climate this is, and how the soil
will produce good crops of alfalfa
and vetch and clover. :: '
Then there will be more profit in
raising cattle and hogs, and much
less plowing, less work and more
profit. It seems to me there is a
bright future for Oregon and that it
is not for off. Any one wishing to
try raising alfalfa, I have the seed
for sale and with every order full
directions how to prepare the
ground, how and when to sow, and
to care for it the first year. ; I have
this tests to show what it will do
under different circumstances, on
the clay side hill. I would like to
hear from others regarding their
experience with alfalfa.
L. L. Brooks.
And of the Best Brands on the Market
IMPORTED Marvilla Garden Ceylon Tea
IMPORTED Montarde De Bordeaux French
IMPORTED Chou Fong, Perserved Ginger, in
Warrenton Clam Co Pure Minced Clams
Harbor Brand Mustard Sardines
Diamond W, Brand Cream Sugar Corn
Jasmine Brand Asparagus ;
A Fresh Supply of
PAN CAKE FLOUR
CAKE AND PASTRY FLOUR
.: AND WHEAT HEARTS
P. A. KLINE
Office at Huston's Hardware Store. P.
O. Address, Box 11.
Pays highest prices for all kinds of
Live Stock. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Twenty years experience.
E. E. WILSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
W E, YATES,
Corvallis, Oregon. . - Both Phcnes.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry
and Silverware. . ,
Eyes tested free of charge
and glasses fitted correctly;
at prices within reach of all
, . Fine watch repairing a spe
Pratt The Jeweler 6c Optician.
Are yon going to build? , See Whitney
about concrete blocks. ' Cheaper than
rock or brick.
Have your groceries delivered by the
quick, up-to-date wagon Moses . Bros.
Listen for the bells. mn-2t : .
EMERY'S ART STUDIO
I . : , South Main St.; Corvallis, Ore.
Carbon , Platinum and Platino Portraiture
I O. A.' C. ATHLETIC AND SCENIC VIEWS. .
i "Art Calendars, Sofa Pillow Covers,
H And other Photographic Novelties. . V
Pioneer Gun Stbre
Hunters' Supplies, Fishing Tackle, .
Sporting Goods,- Sewing Mach; Extras,
Keys of all Kinds, and Fine Cutlery
' . .- - " : - '
M. E. MOD to," : - UUKVALUI5j
Notice to Creditors
Notice is hereby given that the under
sijine i has been appointed by the County
Court of Benton County, Oregon, in pro
bate, as executrix of.the last Will and
testament of Louiga J. Stewart, deceased.
All persons having claims against the es
tate of said deceased are hereby required
and notified to present them, witb the
proper vouchers, within six months from
the date of tbis uotice 10 the undersigned
executrix at my resideuce in Corvallis,
lienton Uounty, Oreaon.
Dated March 18, I905. ,
r Henrietta Randall.
E. R. Bryson,
Eastern Oregon Farm Property -..
For sale. We have over- 30,000 acres
in improved wheat farms for sale in Gil
liam, Sherman and Morrow .. connties,
Oregon. Price of theBe lands, 15 to 20
per acre. Small cash payment and easy
terms on balance. - We also have first
class implement business for sale - in a
live HABtern Oregon town on K. m.
Address. Moore tiros,
621 Wash st, Portland, Or.
mi-t Phone Red 951.
Gorvallis & Eastern
Time Card Number 28.
a For Yaqulna: -
Train leaves Albany .12:45 P m
" Corvallis...... 1:45 p. m
" arrives Yaquina 5:40 p. m
I Returning: N . , , -
Leaves Yaquina 7:15 a. m
Leaves Corvallis ....11:30 a. m
: Arrives Albany 12:15 p. m
3 For Detroit:
Leaves Corvallis 6:00 a. ra.
Leaves Albany 7:30 a. m
Arrives Detroit 12:02 p. m
4 from Detroit: - '
Leaves Detroit 12:35 p. m
Arrives Albany 5:15 p. m
Arrives Corvallis........ i. 7:a6 p. to.
Train So 2 connects with the S P train
at Corvallis and Albany giviDg direct ser
vice to Newport and adjacent beaches
Train No. 1 arrives in Albany in time
to connect with S P south bound train,
as well as giving two or three hours in
Albany before departure of S P north
For further information apply to
T.H. CURTIS, " .
,. Acting Manager.
H. H. Cronise, Agent Corvallis.- c -Thos.
Cockrell. Agent Albany,
B. A.. CATHEY
;ii 1 Physician . & Surgeon : .
Office, room 14, BanK BUg. ' Eourw
T . IO to 12 nd a to 4. . ... .
. f Phone, offies 83. . : Res'lenca S91." ' '
Corvallis, ; Oregon.