The Corvallis times. (Corvallis, Or.) 1888-1909, May 06, 1905, Image 4

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The Comings and Goings of People
Social Gossip, Personal Men- ,
tion and Other Items of
Public Interest.
f Mrs. Borst returned tVednes
dav from a week's visit in Cen
tralia, Wash., "V
Prof.'Cordley went to Portland
Thursday, to visit his wife who is
in a hospital there. . . ' ' '
-' Samuel Jackson returned yes
terday from a business trip to Inde
pendence. Dr. Morrison arrived Thurs
day irorn Carlton, being again
summoned to the bedside ofihis
mother at Oakville, who is very ill.
The J. H. Simpson hardware
store has been re-painted this
week. - Artistic work -was done by
Alva Miner. '
Miss Eva Mifner left Wednes
day for a week's visit in Portland.
During her absence, Miss Mamie
Starr is night operator in the Inde
pendent telephone office.
. .
O. S. Noyes and family now
occupy their new house in the
western part of town. The remov
al occurred Tuesday.
At their hall Wednesday
evening the Artisans had a jolly
time. There were games and
refreshments, and a general good
time for all.
Burt Bryant, a former well
known student at O. A. C. has been
a college visitor for a day or two.
He is now a telegraph manager and
operator at Prescptt, Wash.
Mr. Miller, who recently pur
chased the Beach ranch- just across
the river from Corvallis began
Wednesday the erection of a barq,'
48 x 80, on the property.
-Presbyterian church, Rev. M.
S.. Bush, pastor. Reception of new
members and communion 1 1 a. m.
C. E. consecration meeting 7 p. m.
Miss Hanna will address the En
deavorers. Evening service at 8,
subject, "Tell John." - ; : - -
Workmen began 'Wednesday
on the fine new residence that
Norman Eilly is to have built oa
his ranch south of town.. The
dwelling will be quite large, and
in all respects modern. '
Warren Hartley and wife left
for their home at Cottage Grove
Wednesday, after a visit of two
weeks ' with Corvallis relatives.
They were .accompanied home by
Mrs. A. F. Peterson.
- , Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Underwood
returned Wednesday from a three
weeks visit to Los ADgeles, where
Mr. Underwood went as a delegate
to the'W- O. W. national, conven
tion. They report a delightful
trip. ' ?
Claude " Starr and family left
Wednesday for Albany, where they
will reside. Mr. Starr and Mr.
Anderson have purchased and will
conduct a general grocery store.
. Lindsay Sharp succeeds Mr. Starr
as book keeper at the Hodes gro-
. eery.
" A force of men are repairing
ihe Dave Irvin building, a few
doors south ot the.J.- H. Harris
store. ; The ceiling is being raised,
a new floor put in and the interior
ireshly painted and papered. ,
Rev. - M. J. Ballanty ne of Dal
. las, Presiding Elder of the Dallas
district of the United Evangelical
church will preach in that church
here on Sunday next both morning
and evening. The communion
service will be held in the morning.
A preliminary service will be
held on Saturday evening at which
Rev. Ballantyne will preach and
- after which the first Quarterly con
" ference of this year will beheld.
The field meet on College field
this afternoon begins at 2 '130 o'clock
and should not occupy two hours
of time. It is the purpose of the
management to pull off the even-
. in rapid succession, m, order tc .
void tedious delays. Special ar
rangements are also to be made so
that people in. the grand stand will
. get an unobscured view of the fin
ish in the sprints which are expect
ed to be of most spectacular char
acter. The report is that people
are coming from as far as Browns
ville to see the meet. In chapel
Wednesday morning, Physical di
rector Trine announced that the
sprints will be the greatest of the
kind to be seen in Oregon this year
in college athletics, " declaring it to
be his belief that the three men to
participate, Williams,-1 , Kelly and
Smilhson are the fastest men on the
Harold Rumbaugh is confined
to his room with illness.
t .. . t
Born, Wednesday, to Mr. and
Mrs. Bert Taylor, a daughter.
Mrel Lura Campbell, of Alba
ny, is expected to arrive today for a
visit with Miss Bessie Irvine.
Wa'ter Kline, who has been
seriously ill at the home of his par
ents, is slowly recovering.
CouDty Clerk Wade and Com
missioner King, of Toledo, were
Corvallis visitors Thursday.
Quite a number of Corvallis
youDg people attended the dance at
Wells station laet night.
Deputy CouDty Clerk John F.
Iiwio left yesterday for the home
of his sister, Mrs. David Hood, near
Philomath, where he will spend his
vacation.. :
Married, at the home of the
bride's father, Iaac JacksOD, at
Wren, Tuesday noon, James Blodg
ett and Misa Emma Jackson. The
couple will reside at Blodgett.
Fifty dollars was donated by
the county court in session Wed
nesday and Thursday, to the Citi
zens League.
The county couit is'preparing
to build a new bridge across the
Long Tom at Monroe. The span
is about 80 feet. Work is to begin
in a short time,
Congregational church tomor
row: Sunday school at 10 a. m.;
worship and sermon at il; veeper
service and sermon at 8 p. m. Sub
ject morning sermon, "Are All
Meo God-a Children?" evening sub
ject. "Elijah, or One With God Is a
Majority." -
Mrs. Lincoln, who is a deaconess
at the Presidio, San Francisco, gave
a highly interesting lecture at the
First Methodist church Monday
evening. While only a fair- sized
audience was present, the verdict
of all was that the address waB de
cidedly good. The affair was given
by the W. H. M., 8. of the church.
A special feature of the evening was
an excellent vocal quartet, render
ed by Dr. Cathey and his sons, Ce
cil, George and Collie.
F. P. Sheasgreen made a short
visit to Portland this week for the
pnrpose of taking measurements
and arranging plans for the fitting
up of the space to be used by tha
Independent Telephone Co. for dis
play in the electrical buildicg at
the Lewis and . Clark Fair. The
space secured by this company will
be 16x24 feet and will be .nclosed by
a veiy fine arrangement of panel
work and massive turned columns.
Mr. DeVarney will reserve a small
corner of this space for a private of
fice and a resting place for his ma
ny friends.
;An adjourned term Of theciunty
court is to be held next Saturday.
in part, it will be aevotea to an
examination ol Oak Creek road, the
improvement of which, the court
has in contemplation. Beyond it,
is what i?v perhaps, the best stretch
of road in the county. It is the
road that was built by tha county
court two years ago, and which has
been the occasion of unjustifiable
newspaper criticism, but -which has
turned out to be a road that will
stand for all time. If the Oak Creek
road can be made, equally excellent
as a highway, then all 'the roads
leading into the county seat will be
practically without bad spots.
More fleeces are needed for the
Benton county wool exhibit. In
particular, Mejrino, Cotswold and
Downs fleeces are now needed. It
is requested that the fleeces be de
livered in the county court room on
Saturday of next week when the
court will be in session, and at
which time a committee consisting
of Dr. Withycombe, Mack Porter
and one other person, name on
known, will make selections of the
best. All fleeces accepted by ? this
committee will be paid for by the
court. .
Dry Fir Wood
. At $3.50 per cord. Orders solicited
for grub oak for summer delivery.
; ' Frank Francisco,
, - Corvallis.
For" Sale or Rent. 1
An upright piano
Addrers Mrs. C. W.
in good
Referee's Notice of Sale of Real
Property. -
Notice is hereby given that under and by vir
tue of a decree and order of the Circuit Court
of the State ot Oregon, for the County of Benton
made the 27th day of March. 1903, in a suit
wherein George T. Vernon was plaintiff, and N
P. Slate et al, were defendants, appointing the
ndersigned referee, to sell the hereinafter des
cribed real property, and directing the sale ot
said property, now inererore in pursuance
to the said order and decree, I will on the 13th
day of Hay , 1905, at the hour of two o'clock p.
m. at the Court House door, in the City of Oor
yalliSi Benton County, Oregon, sell af public
auction to the highest bidder, (or cash In hand.
the following described real estate to wit: Lots
one and two of Section 2 Tn. 14 S. B. 8 West WU
lamette Heridan, In Benton County, Oregon,
containing 13.61 acres of land more or less, to
gether with the appurtenances thereunto be
longing- Said sale will be made In the man
ner required by law tor the sale of real proper
ty on execution.
- M. V, Burnett, Referee.
Dated this 15th day ot April, 1905.
Something- New!
And of the Best Brands on the Market
IMPORTED Marvilla Garden Ceylon Tea'
IMPORTED Montarde De Bordeaux French
Mustard '
IMPORTED Chou Fong, Perserved Ginger in
- Jars -. : ' ' . '
"Varrenton Clam Co Pare Minced Clams
Harbor Brand Mustard Sardines
Diamond W, Brand Cream Sugar Corn
Jasmine Brand Asparagus
A Fresh Supply of
SZ- T. y7. s. szr.
Our ad., but our goods change hands
every day. Your money exchanged
for Value and . Quality is the idea.
Big line Fpl Groceries
Domestic and Imported.
Plain and Fancy CWnaware
A large and varied line. -
Orders bv
G, B turning
1 CZZTS)ZZiZ&ZZiZ.''&ki SxjSJy;
ij irvf'Jcv izv -2?'??
loneer uun
Hunters' Supplies, Fishing Tackle, N
Sporting Goods, Sewing Mach. Extras,
Keys of all Kinds, and Fine Cutlery
H. E. HODES, -.
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, 1 also
showing you over the country. " - 3
Real Estate, Loan and Insurance
5 " Gorvallis and Philomath, Oregon. .
Special ; Excursion Train on the
. C. & E. , Corvallis to Albany .
and Return May 7th.
; A special train far the accommodation
of the people of Corvallis . and -vicinity
will run from Corvallisto Albany Sunday
morning May 7th, to" connect' with the
Cooductora Excursion train, at Albany,
leaving Corvallis at 6-45 a. m. aad return
ing leave Albany on arrival of excursion
train from Portland about-9 p. m.' Carsl
fro mCorvallis will run through to Port
land without change.
Round trip rate Corvallis to , Albany,
50 cents
Through rate 11
land and return. '
: For further information apply to H, H
Croniae, agent C. & E". or to r
; ? T. H. Curtis, Manager.
' r3" For Sale.
Vetch hay. Call on or address .
Au-tf Spencer Bicknell, Corvallis-
Vs. .5 J"
F. A.: Klines line Phone 1.
: O. Address, Box 11.
' Pays highest prices for all kinds of
Live Stock. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Twenty years experience.
The ,
Corvallis, Oregon. -
Both Phones
E. R. Bryson;
When you get a hurry
call for Trousers for knock
about or Sunday best-there's
one sure place you can rely
on, and that's right here. If
you're looking for values you
can't do better than "Wer-
nermade Pants."
When poii reach the question of "fit" try them on you
will wonder why you paid more for the kind you're wearing
Know where to come for Trousers. Ee posted on '
"Wernermade" styles and "Wernermade" prices $1 to $5
Brno im iaJntm
.'t A Multitude of Neve Features
$ Bae-Back Acrobats, Gymnasts Trained Animal
Riders Mirfafc Performers Acts
Rose Dockrill Seven Marvelous Belfords Herd of Elephants
Dolly Miller Melnotte,LaNoSe& WeJaotte Con of Seals
EsteUe Settler Flying Victorelias Troupe Camels, Ll3mas.
- M'lle Julien Darinst Aerial Weavers Dromedaries Broken
George Holland Five Flying Banvards , to Harness.
Frank Miller Famous Gardner Family Fierce Siberian Bears
Austin King Graceful flsDonald Trio Cake-Walking Stallions
Jos. Lyons Seven Klsnimcr a Japanese One Hundred Shetland
Herbert RumJsy Six Sugimfu .capsnese . Pony Ballet & Drill
Win. Dution Lady S words wJ--nsen Fencers Trained Pelicans & Pigs"
1QQ Circus Otatpisms SCsifbri
All Bands of Exciting, ThrGling, Real Races and
i Headed by "Cheerful Jim"
The Grotesque Olipans Tote
An Imperial Collection of Rare Wild Beasts
Biggest sad Best cf &il Features of Every Kind
' Will Leave the Show Grounds Every Morning at 10:30 .
Adults, 50c, Children, 25. One Ticket Admits You to Everything
Physician & StrRGEou
Office, room 14, BanK Bld. Hoursi
lO to 12 ud 2 to 4. '
" Phone, office 83. . Residence 351.
Corvallis, i ; Oregon.
M. W. A. Picnic.
Tiere will be a picnic at Ridders
Grove near Suver, Saturday, June
3rd. under the auspices of Suver
Camp No. 7332 M. W. of A. :
Wood Srwing.
. I am prepared to saw w ood on
short notice with gasolene wood'
saw. - W. E. Boddy. .
- Ind. phone 351.
A large amount of no. 2 rough lumber
all lengths.
At Corva 15
For Sale.
. Defiance seed wheat, deliverable in
Corvallis. Price one dollar per bushel,
Backed. v Richard Kiger." ,
- Have yrur g-oceries delivered by the
quick, np-tc date ' wagon Moses Bros.
n ' - ' ,
Never Before Presented in America
of Skill
WNS kf
.ppy Billy" La Rne,
Duckrow f'Funny Bill" Scott
Gorvallis Marble Shop
Third door north Hotel Corvallis.
Notice of Sheriff s Sale.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a de
cree, execution and order of sale, issued out of
the circuit cou, t of-the State of Oregon for tne
County of Beriton, bearing date of April 13th,
1905, under tile seal of said court, on a rteoree
and order of sale in favor of Mary H. Whitby,
plaintiff, and against M. P. Totten and Leah J.
Totten, defendants, for the sum of four hund
red ninety and 88 IO0 dollars, 490.38, with In
terest thereon at the rate of seven per cent per
annum from date of said decree until paid and
the further sum of forty nine dollars. I4U.00, at
torneys fees, and for the further sum of forty
eight dollars, $48.00, costs and disbursements
of said suit, which said decree was auly enter
ed in said court on the 27th day of March. 1905,
and duly docketed on the 27th of March, 1905, m
a suit wherel'i Mary J-H. Whitby was plaintiff,
and Rose Of E. V.: wards, Alice Edwards, Augus
ta Strake, Jobu Slrake, M. P. Totten. Leah J.
Totten, et al, 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 prnvUed by law for
the sale of real property on execution, all of the
following described real property towlt. The
South west quarter of the North ast quarter j
the North East quarter of the South West quart
er, the South East quarter of the North West
ouarler. and the Nor'h West quarter of the
2cti East quarter of Section Elght8 inTown
ship 14 S, R. 8 W. of the Willamette Meridan In
Beuton Oountv, Oregon, together with all the
tenements, heriditaments and appurtenancea
thereunto belonging or in anywise appertain
lng-and In obedience to the command or said
decree, execution and order of sale I will on Sat
urday. the 20th day of May, 1905. at the hour of
two o'clock p. m, sell at public auction to the
hishest bidder, lor cash In hand, at the front
door of the Oou rt House In the City of Corvallis,
Benton county Oregon, the above described
premises to satisfy said sums ot money, costs
and accruing costs, v , .
April 22, 190S . - K. P.Burnett.
k Sheriff ot Benton County, Oregon,