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About The Corvallis times. (Corvallis, Or.) 1888-1909 | View Entire Issue (April 26, 1905)
OF CORVALLIS AND
VICINITY TOLD IN BRIEF.
The Comings and Goings of People
Social Gossip, Personal Men
tion and Other Items of
. Public Interest.
J. J. Cady has returned from a
business trip to Newport.
Wilbur Weeks is
day from Salem for
to arrive to
ft few days'
Collie Cathey returned Mon
day from a few days' visit in Al
bany. '' .
Hugh Herron returned Satur
day from a two weeks' sojourn on
his ranch at Irish Bend.
Judge ,.McFadden transacted
county the first
business in Lane
of this week.
A son was born Sunday to Mr.
and-Mrs. Frank Whitaker. near
Bruce. The mother was formerly
, Miss Lou Gillete, of Corvallis.
An operation was rerformed
on W. O. Trine, Saturday, tor a
diseased condition of a bone in the
O..B. Connor has purchased
two lots that adjoin his property on
the north,- and is having a large
new barn erected on the new lots.
Mrv and Mrs. Al Thurston of
Suver visited at the home of J. L.
Jongs from Saturday until Monday .
Gus Harding is to leave Fri
day for a ten days' visit to Oakland
and San Francisco. '
A new awning
Monday over the
Wells store front.
P.M. Zierolf returned Sunday
from' a two weeks' stay . in Port
land, where ; he had been taking
Treatment for rheumatism.
J. M. Nolan left Sunday for a
few days' visit in Portland. He
was accompanied by bis eon Victor.
. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Dowling
returned Sunday irom a visit of
several days with relatives at Belle
fountain. '"" , ' ;
Mrs. Charles Leach, who went
to Portland a week ago 'to take
treatment in a hospital, is reported
as somswhat improved. .-' .,7 '."
Mrs," Cordiey who trpilerwetrt
a surgical operation in; a ; Portland
hospital last week, is reported as
getting along nicely news - that
will be -welcomed by many friends
in Corvallis. -
Mrs! Ned Lane arrived S-tir-
day from Kent, Eastern Oregon,
for a visit at the home; of W. G.
Lane., " . : ' ' : . "' . : .'
Mrs. William - Henderson is
very ill at the home of her' daugh
ter, Mrs. Homer Lilly, in this city.
When able to travel, Mr. and Mrs.
Henderson will leave for Washipg-
. ton. ,7 ;; I; - :
O. F. Jacobson, proprietor of
the Bay View House, of New
port, was a Corvallis visitor Satur-
day.' ' . -
. Mrs. Knisely gave an after
. noon tea to 15 lady friends, Friday.
The affair was a very enjoyable one
for all present. v
The Afternoon Reading Club
was entertained at the home of Mrs
Minnie Lee yesterday. - A pro
gram and luncheon were features
of interest. r ' - -
James Johnson arrived from
Cherokee, Iowa, a few days ago to
be at the bedside of his nephew,
Robert Johnson, who is slowly re
covering from an attack of typhoid
Mrs. Ed Andrews, who has
been taking treatment in a Portland
hospital, arrived home Saturday.
She is only slightly improved in
health, and may return to Portland
to resume the treatment.
- Painters have "just brightened
the front of the Hout meat market
witnv a tresn coat ot paint. It is
Lewis and Clark year, and all Cor
vallis should keep the fact in mind,
and fall in line with similar im
" provements. . ,
Rev. and Mrs. . F. L. , Moore
leave this week for Chicago, where
Rev. Moore has exchanged pastor
ates with a minister, who aesired to
locate in Oregon. Many friends in
.f. Corvallis wish the Moores success
in the new field.
J. A. McFeron of Portland has
' been in Corvallis this week, look-
.ing after the interests of the Ore-
': gon Savings Bank Company. Mr,
- McFeron . is ex-Elieriff of Linn
counfy, and is a brother cf Mrs. R
- A.Catfcey, whose suc-st he hss been
Karl Steiwer spent Easter with
his parents at Jefferson..
H. W. KauDisch was an Alba
ny visitor over Sunday. .
Miss Lizzie Groeky returned to
her home at Blodgett, Monday ,v af
ter a visit with Corvallis friends.
Miss Ada Bareinger, of.Ina
vale, is the guest this week of Cor
vallis relatives. .
A homestead filingon 160 acres
of land in Lane county was made
Monday at the clerk's office by
Ralph Vincent and wife, of
King's Valley, pent Easier at the
home of Rtcorder Vincent, in Cor
The CofiWe CHnb held a very
enjoyable mtetiog . Monday after
noon, vriih a programme and dain
ty refreshments aa features.
Mrs. Ed Andrews arrived Sat
urday from a month's stay in Port
land where she jvas under the care
of a physician.
-A.ft?r. an absence of Feveral
months iu Spokane, Mr. and Mrs
Jamfs Tavlor returned Friday. The
health 01 Mr. lay lor is much im
Mrs. Ida Mathena, who has. been
at the home of her parrots, Mr. and
ifrs. T. T. Vincent , for Be vera
months, goes to her home at Cen
tralia. Wash., Saturday.
Lewis Hartley arrived Satur
day f rom Cottage Grove, accompan
ied bv his daughter, Miss Sophia,
and Mr?. Warren Hartley and baby
Warren Hartley arrived yesterday,
Mrs. Ben Woldt returned Fri
day from Portland. The family
will move t i that city in ten days
or two weeks, gresideijpe property
having already been secured.
The Woman's Home Miesiona
ry Society, of the M. E. church,
South, - of the Willamette district,
is to hold a convention in Corvallis
this week, from Friday until Sun
day. Delegates are expected from
as far south as Ashland and as far
north as Portland.
Presbyterian church, Rev. M.
S. Bush Bible school 10 a. m.;
worship 11 a. m.v subject, "Inas
much." C. E. meeting 7 p. m.; eve
ning service at 8; subject, "The In
ner Glow." Note cbaegs in tini9 of
evening services. The installation
ef the pa-dor, M. S. Bash, takes
place next"Thursday evening, May
' V. D. DaVarney went to Bell-
fountain yesterday to hold a tele
phone meeting. .A plan is afoot ; to
hring in 'anotaer rural? rime : .from
tnat place : to Corvallis. carrying
eighteen subscribers. Ds Varnev
was accompanied on the: trip bv
Postmaster Johnson, v ;
Tae local postcSise got anoth
er do-e of extra mail yesterday'. It
took a wagon and a team to handle
the extra shipment- It was outgo
ing instead of incoming matter, aud
consisted ot bulletins trom the col
lege. I: fillfd a good-sized wagon
box to the brim. : It was in small
package?, but its aggregate weight
ras nearly a ton. The bulletins
are five in number, going to about
7.000 addresees. ' They -are, "The
Apple in Oregon," by Prof. Lake;
"Perpetuation of Butter Starters,"
by Prof Pernot; "Poultry and Con
finement, ' by Dr. Withycombe; Di
geBtibilit? of Vetch Hay and Corn
Silage," by Dr. Withycombe and
Prof. Knisely, and "Irrigation in
Klamath county," by Prof. Kent.
NEW SPRING STYLES
;ln Oxfords hall the latest
lasts and leathers. The Rals
ton $4 Health Shoe is the only
Shoe built on scientific princi
ples that retains the' style on
the outside while on the insidev
it gives comfort
. I KLINE
aTHE WHITE HOUSE.
P. A; KLINE
Office at Huston's Hardware Store.. P.
Q. AtMress, box ji.
Pays highest prices for aH kinds of
Live Stock.. Satisfaction - gunrauteed.
Twenty years experience.
ATTORNEY Al LA W.
EXTENDING WITEN R RATES.
To YaquinaBay Which to People Wish
ins to Enjoy Nature's Beauties
Proye so Popular.
The low rates in effect from points on
the S. P. to Yaquina. Bay during the
winter which proved so popular with the
people wishing to view nature at that
magnificent seaside . resort have been
extended during April and : tickets will
sold on Wednesdays and Saturdays until
the last of April good for return at any
time up to llay 31st, 1905.
The month of April should be a favor
ite one for v. siting the seaside where the
health-giving breezes of the Pacific will
banish "spring fever and other ills to
which flesh is heir. "
Tickets from all eastside points to all
westside points, and vice versa, via the
C & E are also on sale; and on April 1st
tickets to all westside points will be on
sale by the C & E at Albany; and to all
eastside points on the S P by the CAE
at Corvallis on which baggage can be
checked through to destination.
Full iafosmation in regard to rates etc
can be obtained from any S P or O & E
aeent or from W. E. Coman G P A S P
Co Portland, or T H Curtis Acting man
asjer C&UBB Company Albany, Or.
For Sale or ent.
W. E. YATES;
E. R, Bryson;
dttorn ev-A i-La w.
And of the Best Brands on the- Market
IMPORTED Marvillaarden Ceylon Tea
IMPORTED Montarde De Bordeaux French
IMPORTED Chou Feng, Perserved Ginger in
Jars . . u". "
Warrenton Clam Co Pare Minced Clams "
Harbor Brand Mustard Sardines -
Diamond W, Brand Cream Sugar Corn
Jasmine Brand Asparagus -
"A' Fresh Supply of
PAN CAKE FLOUR - '
CAKE AND PASlRYFLOUR
AND WHEAT HEARTS
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GORVALLlg-:. ; '
Our ad., but our goods change hands
every day. Tour money exchanged
for Value 'and Quality is .the idea.
A Multitude of New Features Never Before Presented in America
Domestic and Imported.
Plain mifl Fancy Chinaware
. A large 'and varied line.
Orders Filled Promptly
plete. V i bur Store we do
An upright piano
Addrers Mrs. C. W.
in good condition.
Vetch hay. Call on or address --12-tf
' Spencer Eicunell, Corvallis-
Pioneer Gun Store
Hunters' Supplies, Fishing Tackle,
j Sporting Goods, Sewing Mach. Extras,
Keys of all Kinds, and Fine' Cutlery
A H. E. MODES, - CORVALLIS, OR. J
- HOME-SEEKERS .
If you are looking for some real good bargains in
Stock, Grain, Fruit and Poultry Ranches, write for our
special list, or come and see us. We take pleasure in
giving" you all the . reliable information you wish, . also
showing you over the country' ' . : : .
AMBLER S WAITERS
- . Real Estate; Loan and Insurance
Gorvallis and Philomath Oregon.
Rose Dockrill -Doily
: Jos. Lvons
Seven Marvelous Beifords
MeSDOtte. LaNole& Melnotte
Flying Victorellas Troupe
. Daring Aerial Weavers .
Fivs Flying Banvards
- Famous Gardner Family
Graceful IlcDonald Trio
Seven Kisnimona Japanese
Six Sugimoto Japanese
Wb, Dutton j Lady Swords women & Fencers
Herd of Elephants
Congress of Seals
Fierce Siberian Bears
One Hundred' Shetland
Pony Ballet & Drill
Trained Pelicans & Pigs
j GO Circes Qjiampisiss & Gelebrif s 1 QQ
HUGE - ROMAN HIPPODROME
All Kinds of Hxciting, Thrilling, Real Races end T ; 's of Skill .
2fl JOLLY JESTIISO WNS a
I Headed by "Clieerftil Jim" West, ppy 501y" La Rne, :&
MILLION DOLLAR MENAGERIE
An Imperial Collection of Rare Wild Beasts .
Etggist asd Issi of lit Features cf Evgry Kiitd
GRAND GOLD GLITTERING STREET PARADE
Will Ceave the Show Grounds Every Morning at 10:30
Adults, 50c. Children, 25. One Ticket Admits You to Everything
B. A. CATHEY
; - i ... -: ..
Physician & Surgeon
03ce, rocm 14, B&nK Bldg. Boarsi
lO to 12 and 2 to 4.
Phone, office 83. Residence 351.
Notice to Creditors -Notice
is hereby given that the under
signed has been appointed by the County
Court of Benton County, Oregon, in pro
bate, as executrix of the last Will .and
testament of Louisa J, Stewart, deceased.
All persons having claims against the es
tate of said deceased are hereby required
and Boiified to present them, with the
proper vouchers, within six months from
the date of this notice to the undersigned
executrix at my residence in Corvallis,
Benton County, Oregon.
Dated March 18, I905. '.
. Henrietta Randall,"
. ' Executrix.
A large amount of no. 2 rough lumber
At Corvallis saw m ill $6.50 per M
Defiance sepd wheat, deliverable ',in
Corvallis. Price one dollar per bushel,
sacked. Richard Kisrer. . .
Have your groceries delivered by the
quick, uivto-date wagon Moses JVo.
Listen - for th s bfells. ' nin-2t '
' GorvaSHs Marble Shop
STAIGER & VANHOOSEN
Third door north Hotel Corvallis.
Notice of Sheriff's Sale.
Notice is hereby Riven that by virtue of a de
cree, execution aud order of sale, issued out of
the circuit cou. t of the State ot Oregon for tne
County of Benton, bearing date of April i:)th,
1905, under the teal of salj court, on a decree
and order of sale in lavor of Mary II. Whitby,
plaintiff, and against M. p. Totten and Leah J.
Totten, defendants, for the sum of four bund
red ninety and S8-IO0 dollars, $490.38, with in
terest thereon at the rata ot seven per cent per
annum fiom date of said decree until paid and
the further stun of forty nine dollars. H9-00, at
torney fees, and for the.further sum of forty
eight dollars, S4K.0O, costs and disbursements
of said suit, which saul decree was auly enter
ed in said coui ton the 27th day of March. 1905,
and duly docketed on the '7th ot March, 1905, in
a suit herei'i Mary J-U. Whitby was plaintiff,
and Roscoe-E. Towards, Alleo Kdwards, Augus
ta strake, Join: Snake, M. P. Totten, Leah 1.
Totten, et Hi, were defendants; said decree, ex
ecution and order of sale to me delivered, com
manding me as sheriff of Benton county, Ore
gon, to sell in the manner prnviied by law for
the saleof real property on execuUoD, all of the
following described real property towit. The
South west quarter of the Korth ast quarter;
the North East quarter of the South West quart--er,
the South East quarter of the North West
quarter, and the Nor'h West quarter of the
south East quarter of Section Eightp-1 in Town
ship 11 .-s. K. 8 W. ot the Willamette Moridan in
Benton County, Oregon, logether with all the
tenements, heriditKinenta tn4 flnptirtenance
thereunto belonemg or in nv wise appertain
ing: and in obedience to the command of said
dorroe, execution and order of pale I will on bat .
urday. tlie 2'fltii day of Majvl'i). at the hour ot
two o'clock p 111, sell at public nuctlou to the
highest bidder; for cash in hand, at the front
door of the Cou t House 111 the City of Corvallis,
IS.ulon county Oregon, the -aVm drsormed
;-renisen to Ulfv sudRiiins of. money, casta
ai;a efvrul (.wis, -April
Si, is-JS. J'- P. Buruet.-.
- - fchctiffctBentou County, Oregon,