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About The Corvallis times. (Corvallis, Or.) 1888-1909 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 12, 1905)
For advertisements in this column the rate
of 15 cents per line will be charged.
Indian Head linen at Kline's.
. Wanted Hay and Oats.
Bodine, Phone 290.
, Osdurn, on account of
of asthmatic trouble
--Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Day of
San Francisco are guests of Cor
vallis and Benton relatives. They
P. Avery and Prof. Fulton ar
rived Tuesday from a two weeks'
fishing trip. They were" on the
head waters of the Calipooia. i
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Belt have
arrived from Newport and for the
present, are at Hotel Corvallis.
They are to occupy a house next
door south of Mrs. Sarah Cau-thorn's.
The new residence of W. H.
McBee on his Jar m south ot town,
is nearing completion. It is now
ready for the plasterers. Charles
Heckert is building it.
Mrs. Adolph Peterson, who re
cently underwent a surgical oper
ation in Portland, is expected to be
able to leave the hospital in about
Postmaster Johnson arrived
Tuesday night from a week at the
Fair. The Fair, according to Mr
Johnson, is great, and always call
ed greater by those who have seen
Re-building of the waste race
bridge near Fischer's mill is now in
progress. It is to have cement
piers and in all appointments will
be constructed with a view to dura
bility. The work is under the di
rection of R. M. Gilbert
The Adolph Peterson residence
property on Ninth street changed
hands Wednescay. The purchas
er is E. B. Graves, late of Polk
county. The pric2 paid was$i,
700. The property comprises a
house and three lots. The deal
was made by Ambler & Watters.
- Roy Raber is up for a few days
from Portland to gather new sam
ples for the Benton county exhibit.
Many Eastern people are already at
the Fair, but Mr. Raber says the
big crowd will reach, there next
month, which will be after harvest
and give the Western farmers a
chance to view the exposition
A train this week carried away
the Job's addition wife who was se
verely beaten by her husband recent
ly. The husband left iodays ago seek
ing a new location. The husband's
excuse for the beating was that the
wife had been buggy riding with
another man. There was talk a
mong the neighbors for a while of
tar and feathers for the third party.
Two horses, dead from some
unknown disease, is a condition out
at the Tunnison farm, a mile south
of town. Each animal was ill
three or four days, and many rem
edies were vainly applied in the ef
fort to save. Most of the horse ex
perts were also called in but with
out effect. Indigestion is the cause
most generally assigned.
There is to be a fire drill this,
Saturday, evening at eight o'clock.
One of the features will be a test of
the new chemicals involving a race I
from the engine house to the fire
and the determination of how much
time it will take to make the run
and put out the blaze. The fire
engine is also to be hauled out and
put in action, preparatory to having
it ready for use in case these dry
days should cause it to be neede d.
Butter fat is soaring sky wardi
at the local creamary. A few days
ago it was only 22 1-2. Thursday
it rose to 25. Yesrerday it jumped
again, landing at 27 1-2, where it
now stands. Inability of the local
concern to fill orders from present
supplies of raw material is the ocr
casion for the advances. Present
prices in connection with the fact
that butter fat was below 19 cents
but a few days this season, consti
- tute a record of value with reference
to the dairy industry.
They are guessing about town
as to 'who are the girls referred to in
a dispatch from Albany to Tues
day's Portland Journal. The dis
patch says the girls recently arriv
ed from Corvallis. The story runs
. thus: Will Schmidt of this city
was yesterday sent to jail for 30
days upon being convicted of disor
derly conduct. Will Crawford, a
companion of Schmidt, will have
his trial this afternoon on the same
charge, and Ieo Egan is to be tried
tomorrow on that charge. The
three young, men were in a mix-up
on Saturday night in the alley in
the rear of the k Egan restaurant,
and some women recently arrived
here from Corvallis were supposed
to be the cause of the difficulty. .
Mr. and Mj. Alfred Johnson
are spending a week at the Fair.
Miss Frances Belknap is the
guest this week of Miss Ivy Burton
F. 0. Gray and family have
been visiting at Newport since
Roy Mattley is lying critically
ill at the family home in this city.
His ailment is consumption.
Mrs- A. L. Knisely entertain
ed 16 ladies Wednesday afternoon,
in honor of Mrs. Greenberg.
Mrs. Wait and two children
have arrived from Nebraska for a
visit with W. G. Davis and family.
Mrs. C. A. Danneman and
daughter, Miss Mary, leJt Thurs
day for a visit at the bay. .feffSj
Miss Ethel Pierce of Hillsboro
is the guest, this week, of Miss
Miss Rena Spencer has arrived
from The Dalles for a two months'
visit with relatives in Corvallis.
Mrs. Greenberg left this week
for her home in San Francisco after
an extended visit at the Jacobs
home; , '
Miss Maud Hurt is to go to
Seattle tomorrow, for a visit with
her brother, Frank, who is employ
ed in that city.
Mrs. Mary Bryson has been
in Corvallis this week, for a visit
with relatives. She returns to
Eugene in a few days.
Andrew P. Wymore, sheriff .of
Clay county, Missouri, paid a visit
to the Benton county officials,
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Horninsr
returned Thursday from a brief
outing at Newport. They report
salmon trolling in progress there.
Mrs. Delilah" Kester returned
Thursday to her home at Harlan,
after a seven weeks' visit in this
George Claxton, representing
the Oregon Daily Journal of Port
land, was a business visitor in Ccr
v?llis Wednesday and Thursday.
Miss Julia Fuller is clerking:
for Wellsher and Gray this week,
during the absence of Mr. Gray
who is at the coast.
Mrs. John Smith, gave an
afternoon Friday to about 18 ladies.
The affair was in honor of Mrs.
Greenderg, of San Francisco, and
was of a very enjoyable occasion.
Married Wednesday at the
home of the bride in this city, W.
F. Haef and Henrietta Broady.
The knot was tied by S. M. Wood
and this city is to be their future
Eastern Oregon, like the rest
of the coast, ;s dry. Mountain
springs never known to go dry
have failed and stockmen ranging
in the mountains are getting anx
ious about the water supply for
The base ball game between
Siletz and Corvallis last Saturday
was too much one sided to be inter
esting. The score being 8 to 32 in
favor of Corvallis. Sunday's game
at Toledo with that team resulted
in a score of 7 to 3 in favor of
At - the United Evangelical
Church next Sunday services as
usual. Morning subject, A Mount
Carmel Prayer, Evening subject,
The Mission of Jesus Christ to
Women. C. T. Hurd, Pastor.
A person in town this week
from The Dalles reports the family
of C. C. Chipman, now in the rest
aurant business in that city, as pro
spering, ana states- tnat tney are
highly pleased with the city and
country in general.
The W. C. T. U. social on the
court house lawn Wednesday even
ing was a successful affair Adout
$28 waa taken in and tose who
attended had an enjoyable time.
The proceeds go towards fitting up
the new free reading room.
Wheat is 70 cents in the local
market. It is arriving now in con
siderable quantities at the mills.
The kernels are shrunken, showing
that the crop was launched for a 30
bushel yield . until the bugs and
heat struck it.
, Experts, say every added ex
cessively hot day shorti ns the hop
Mrs. Fannie Purdy and dau
ghter Esther are home from a mon
th visit with Portland relatives.
Miss Clara Fisher and Miss
Webber left Friday for a ten days
sojourn at Newport.
J. K. Berry and family and
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Vidito are
to leave tomorrow for an outing at
Misses Minnie and Elsie Hein
are expected from Hubbard, Iowa,
for a visit with their uncle, I,euis
The date for the annual game
of football between O A C and U.
of O. has been settled, by Managers
Stimson and Steiwer. Friday
November 24th is the date, and
Eugene the place for the game,
which has come to be the greatest
of all the football games in Oregon,
so far as state -wide interest is concerned.
BOUND FOR YACHATS.
To Move in Three Divisions Mema
loose Mowitch Copa Skookum
It will be picturesque the cara
van that leaves tomorrow morning
for the coast. Councilman Rennie
will be advance guard, Lawyer Ed
Wilson will command the leftflank,
Postmaster Johnson the right wing,
and Telephone DeVarney will con
duct a rear guard action to protect
the front guard from any attempt
ed enveloping movement. The
destination is Yachats and neigh
boring territory, and the object,
mowitch hi-yu mowitch: tenas
man ketch 'em slyah copa scookum
chuck; shootem forty leven times,
maybe no ketch 'em.
The caravan is garrisoned, prov-
endered, armed, ammunitioned and
parunaed for an indefinite period.
The wardrobe of each generallisimo
contains a photo of his wife, a bow
ie knife wrapped in the national
colors, a jewsharp, a can of yellow
lever anti-toxine. a lock 01 hair a
box of pills, four bottles of anti-fat,
three decks of cards and a volume
of rag time melodies. The appli
ances for convenience and comfort
comprise anything from a desk tel
ephone, a bath tub, or an R. F. D.
route to a ready made last will and
testament in blank with only the
name to be filled in. A very small
corner of the marching hippodrome
is devoted to bedding, and all the
the rest Is given up to grub boxes
and "anti-dry," a newly discover
ed and extremely effective prevent
ative for snake bite, a very happy
forethought, for snakes are heinous
ly vicious along the beach.
Tomorrow's caravan is to be fol
lowed by two more. The first wiil
be Mayor Johnson, who leaves
Tuesday, and who by traveling in
cognito, hopes to reach the first
army before the peruna gives out.
The second consists of. Dick Kiger,
M. M. Davis and Thomas Peter
Callahan and is to depart a week
from Sunday, carrying derricks,
capstans, donkey engines and ma
terial for a temporary line of rail
road, for use in moving the devas
tated and defunct mowitch from the
skookum illihee to market. Heap
shoot 'em, no kill 'em; hi-yu cuss-em.
A .team belonging to Sam.
King took a turn up Main street
on their own account early Thurs
day morning. - The animals were
hitched to a load of lumber, but
after making a run of several
blocks they were stopped near the
electric light plant, with no damage
to the outfit.
Things have been doing this
week over at the office of Superin
tendent, Denman. Thirty-two
applicants, mostly ladies, have
been taking . the mid -summer
teachers' examination, for county
papers. A 'few made application
for state papers. The examina
tions closed last night having been
in progress since Wednesday morning-
Wheat valley 78 .
Flour $3.90 to $4.10 per bll.
Potatoes .65 to .75 per cent
Eggs Oregon, 22c per doz.
Butter 14 to 10c per lb.
Creamery 22 to 27 c per lb.
Wheat 70 c per bushel
Oats 32c;per bushel
Flour 1. 10 per sack
Butter 50 c per roll
Creamery, 60 c per roll
Eggs 19 c per doz
Chickens 16 1-2 per pound
Lard 15 per lb
GET AWAY SALE
This is the "Get Away Season' and as usual we are up with the times. We're not
going to leave, but our stock of Summer Oxfords are. They've received noiice to depart.
They leave via the CUT PRICE ROUT E, and the new price should land eveay pair of
them at their destination in ten days.
This means hundreds of pairs of this season's best styles of fine oxfords for men,
women, and children at one-forth to one-third less than usual. Take advantage of it while
we have your style and size.
Summer Oxfords for all at Melted Prices
$2.85 per Pair Our re
$2.45 per Pair Our re
$1,50 Mens 6c
$1.95 per Pair Our re
$1.65 per Pair Our re
S. L. KLINE
ESTABLISHED IN 1864
The White House
Looking for a place to buy Furniture or House Furnishings cheaper than
we sell them. - You can't do it! We sell goods on as small margin and so low
as such goods can be handled consistant with str'ct business principles. We
furnish your house complete, either simply or handsomely as you wish.
Come in and see us at our new store whether you buy or not.
L arge stock to select from. New patterns of wall paper. Mail orders sol
cited. HOLLENBERG & CADY.
The House Furnishers.
Outing Suits at
50 Suits at $7
J. M. Nolan & Son
Reliable- man wants place to
work. Can drive team and under
stands caring for all kinds of live
stock, good milker, strictly temper
ate, handy with tools.
Address Box 47.
This bread is
free from alum.
For sale by Smal
For harvesting specs go to Hodes
Pioneer gun store. Also a fine
assortment of King's triple beaded
rifle sights and Sheard's hunting or
target sights. The reward is in the
good bargain to be secured.
' You who have carpenter work, hcuse
painting or papering to let by contract
should get my figures on the same before
placing contracts. My estimates -will
cost you nothing and might save you dol
lars. Headquarters at H. M. Stone's
office. Independent phone. Dixie line
Use Good Paint
S. W. ?. the best, We have paint for
every purpose. All colors.
Graham & Wells.
.... For Sale.
Twenty head of good Shorthorn milk
cows. Enquire - .
. John Stahlbusch.
5 Cents per Vard
F. I MILLER
See South Window,
First-Class Job Work done on
short notice at the most
able prices at this office,
before going elsewhere.