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About The Corvallis times. (Corvallis, Or.) 1888-1909 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1905)
For advertisements in this column the rate
of 15 cents per line will be charged.
Dr. Lowe the optician will be
en Corvallis Oct. the 5th and 6th.
Wanted, Hay and oats.
Bodine. Phone 290.
- All usual service? at Baptist
church on Sunday. Cordial invita
tion to all.
Mrs. J. J. Barch of Rickreall
has been the guest this week of
Mrs. Sarah Cauthorn.
Married, at Albany Wednes
day, Robert B. Mayberry and Effie
Cady, Rev. F. W. L,aurcns of
ficiating. These young people
have lived in Benton county all
Mr. and Mrs. Archibald Mc
Intyre and children of Athena, left
Wednesday after a six week's visit
with relatives. Mrs. Mclntyre is
best, known in thi3 ctty as Miss
Elder F. E. Billington who is
Corresponding Secretary Oregon
State Missionary Board of the
Christian church, will speak Fri
day evening at the Christian church
at 7 30. All are invited, members
of the church being especially urg
ed to be present.
In the presence of a large num
ber of relatives and friends, Rev.
M. Noble united in marriage Mr. J.
C. Woods and Miss Maud May
Seeley, at the residence of the
bride's parents, on Thursday Sept.
27th. A bountiful repast was en
joyed by all, and hearty congratu
tions offered, with good wishes
for a long, prosperous and hap
Bf A man in New Brunswick has
tamed fifty cow whales, and started
a dairy with them. He milks them
with a fire engine and a hose, get
ting about three hogsheads of milk
from each whale. He will drive
them down the coast to New York
next spring, and assist in supplying
that village with the cream of the
John H. McDcugal is to suc
ceed to the vacancy caused by the
resignation of Prof. Hayward in the
electrical department at the college.
Mr. McDougal is a graduate of
Stanford, and until his selection for
the posiiion at O. A. C. had a nosi
tion with a big eas and electrical
works at San Francisco. He ar
Fred Edwards an old O. A. C.
boy. and Miss Margaret Maddock
were married at Condon last Wed
nesday. They arrived Thursday
in Albany, where Mr. Edwards is
to coach the Albany college foot
ball team. Fred is expected to
play in the Alumni game on O. A
C. field today.
Bart Bower, the well known
O. A. C. tackle, and a member of
the 'o graduating class, left
Thursday for his home at Silverton,
after a visit for a few days at Alma
Mater. He leaves Saturday night
for the East where he take a po
sition in the General Eiectric Com
pany at Schenectady, New York.
Pickpockets found their way to
the purse of a Benton connty man at
the Fair the other day, and reliev
ed him of all of his cash except $6.
He was Charles Denny of the Mon
roe Flouring mills. The purse was
in the hip pocket and contained
$15 in gold. The ouly per
son whom Mr. Denny remembers
as approrching near enough to have
picked his pockets was a woman
who passed along with the crowd,
and she is believed to have turned
the trick. The $6 that she failed
to get was loose silver in another
United Evangelical church.
Morning subject, "The Pastor and
His People." At 6 p. m. will be
held, a union of all the Young Peo
ple's Societies of the city. . This
service closes at 7.15 to give plenty
of time for all who attend to reach
their respective churches in time
for the evening service. At 7.30
the service will be held for young
people, for and in honor of the stu
dents of O. A. C. to whom a most
cordial welcome is hereby extended.
Thesubject will be, "My Debt to
There was a wedding at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. S. M.
Woods Wednesday evening. Chan
cey Barclay was the groom and
Miss Hulda A. Slover, the bride.
The former is a son of Mr. and
Mrs. William Barclay, well known
residents of Monroe precinct. A
year ago the bride beoame an oper
ator in the Independent Telephone
office, where she remained until
two weeks ago, when she resigned.
The wedding knot was tied by
Rev, S. M. Woods. Immediately
after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs.
Barclay took the evening train to
Albany, whence they go to the
"Pap Hayseed" is enroute to
Corvallis to p'ay in the Alumni
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Starr of Al
bany, have been the guests of Cor
vallis friends and relatives the past
After a visit at home, Harry
Davis left Thursday evening for
California to resume his position on
the Santa Fe railroad.
County Clerk Moses left
Thursday for Grants Pass where he
will attend the conference of the
M. E. church, South.
Miss Gladys Richardson, a for
mer well known O. A. 0. student,
is very ill with typhoid fever at her
home in Hoqmam, Washington.
Carl Tucker of Baker f ity,
who has been a guest at the Moses
home, accompanied Victor Moses
to Grants Pass Tuesday.
Lewis Burnough arrived
Thursday from Enterprise, to join
his wife and little - son who are
guests of Corvallis relatives. They
will be here until the 10th.
The Commercial restaurant has
a new proprietor. He is Manfred
Seits, and he took possession
Thursday morning, when Sam
At the Episcopal rectory from
eight to 10 o'clock next Wednesday
evening, a reception will be given
to Rev. and Mrs. Simpson. . The
public is cordially invited.
Miss Ethel Linville returned
Thursday from attendance at the
funeral of her cousin, Wallace H.
Harrison, who was killed m ? rail
road accident near Weiser, Idaho.
The funeral occurred at Amity,
William Bledsoe, who left Cor
vallis a few weeks ago for California,
after having suffered for some time
with lung trouble while employed
at Hotel Corvallis, died in the latter
place Tuesday. The young man
was a relative of Mrs. T. A. Well
sher of this city.
Mrs. Frank Bowersox arrived
Wednesday from a visit at the
Fair, and is the guest of her pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kerr.
Mr. Bowersox is to arrive shortly
from Glendale, for a visit. Mr.
Bowersox is in the mercantile bus
iness in Glendale.
Ed Wiles, one of Benton's
most prosperous farmers, was a
Corvallis visitor Thursday. Mr.
Wiles has leased his fine ranch at
Soap Creek, and is to move soon to
Albany, where a house is being
constructed for hi3 occupancy.
Claude Starr, a former employe
of the J. K. Berry bicyle shop in
Corvallis and Miss Edna Fullerton
were married in Eastern Oregon,
Tuesday, where the groom is em
ployed. Both are excellent young
persons and many friends in Cor
vallis join in good wishes.
Congregational church. At 1 1
a. m, worship and sermon, "Foun
dation and Building; Planting and
fruitage." Vesper service and ser
mon at 7.30. ,'The Seattle Con
vention. The Problem before the
great Board of Missions. The prob
lem before all the churches. The
Position of Washington Gladden on
the great problem ot the Working
Man and the Church."
All accounts agree that" the
team to represent the alumni in the
game today will be a splendid one,
From letters received by "Grant El-
-gin who is managing the Alumni
team the line should be like this: cen
ter, Burnough and "Pap Hayseed,"
guards,Elgm and Gault; tackles,
Walters and Thurston; ends, John
son, McBride, Steiwer and Nash.
That is about as good a line as they
can muster anywhere, and will
present a barrier that the new
team will not often penetrate,
For halves the material is, Nash,
Scoggin. Steiwer and others; quar
ter. Fred Edwards, and fullback,
.Nash and Harley Hall.
A Tacoma dispatch is as fol
lows: F. C. Brown, who hails
from Corvallis, had been paying at
tention to Miss Leda Baker, a girl
of 16, daughter of -W. Baker, a
prosperous farmer living near Al
bany. The father opposed the
maich, and the young girl was sent
to visit her cousin, Mrs. Holycross.
in Tacoma about three weeks ago.
He became so desperate, it is said,
that he threatened to shoot himself
if the girl refused to marry him,
and she finally consented. After
he had started for the marriage li
cense, however, she was prevailed
upon to change her mind. When
Brown appeared at the auditor's
office he was accompanied by a
friend, and when taken aside and
told that he had better see the fam
ily again, his countenance assumed
a blank expression, and he left the
office with the evident determina
tion "to know the reason why."
But there was no wedding. Brown
left for Oregon on the afternoon
, train, in company with Mr. Baker.
John Witty, '04- is now secre
tary of the Kimberley Drug Com
pany at Kimberlay, Idaho.
,7-Aithur G. Bouquet returned
Wednesday from a few days of
sight seeing at the Exposition."
Mrs. J. O. Wilson returned
Thursday from a week's visit at
Prof. A. B. Cordley and fam
ily are visitors at the Fair. They
left Thursday. '
Mrs. William Nixon and son
Victor, returned Tuesday from a
fews days' visit at the Fair.
Mrs. Julia duMoulin returned
Wednesday from a few, days' visit
with Portland friends.
Services at the Catholic church
next Sunday at 10.30 a..m. and
7.30 p. m.
Dr. Withycombe returned
Thursday from a visit at the live
stock show at Portland.
Harlev Cramer arrived from
Nebraska the first of the week for a
short visit at the home of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Cramer.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Graham
and son Adam expect to leave Mon
day for a week's visit at the Expo
sition. Mrs. T. J. Creighton left Fri
day for a visit at the Fair. Before
returning home Mrs. Creighton ex
pects to visit her sister at Pomeroy,
About a dozen guests were en
tertained at a dinner party at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. John Smith
The kickoff in the Alumni
game this afternoon will be at 2:30
o clock. In the main it will be the
old Champion team that will reqre
sent the Alumni. All of that team
but two or three will be in the line
up. What people will want to se?
is how the new team compares with
the old one.
Among the arrivals in town
yesterday were Horace McBride,
Fred Edwards, Rod Nash, Fred
Walters. Bruce Burnett and Karl
Steiwer, all to play on the Alumni
team. Others were Forrest Smith
son and Mr. Pendergrass, the first
the well known sprinter and the
other a football player, both of
whom are to enter college. Dow
Walker also arrived.
Albany Democrat:; Another
one of the cases of the Corvallis
club was tried yesterday and com
pleted last night, that of Mike
Khne Manager and Jack Mihne
bartender. It was before a jury of
s'x men aud was hotly contested.
The jury found both men guilty,
which will probably mean the clos
ing of the club. Deputy District
Attorney E. R. Bryson has devel
oped great strength in tne manner
in which he is enforcing the local
TO PIANO BUYERS.
An Authorized Representative
of Eilers Piano House a Resi
dent of Corvallis.
There ii probably not a finer
judge of musical tt na and general
construction of piinos, than the
hesd of the piano department of
Oregon Agricultural College, Prof.
Tailandier. He is a man of fine
musical attainment and brnad ex
perience io the musical field and
his jadgment may bs entirely re
lied upon. ,
We have arranged with Prof.
Taillaodier to represent us in Cor
vallis and vicinity. Dj not select
jour piano until you see him. We
can expl-dn to you why you cm
buy of us to much greater advan
tage to yourself in both price and
payment and aleo the superior mer
it of ths pianos carried by u?, and
will render you every assistance in
eecoring a piano exactly suited to
your needs and taste. The House
of Eilers is known throughout the
Northwest es the most liberal and
reliable of piano dealers.
Old instruments are accepted in
part payment for new ones at a lib
eral valuation. And every instru
ment we sell fully guaranteed by
both ourselves and manufacturers.
Prof. Taillandier can be consult
ed every evening at his residenc9
on College Hill, or anytime on Sat
urdays. A telephone call will
bring him to your house. Inde
EILERS PIANO HOUSE,
Largest leading and most res
ponsible dealers in the Northwest.
Gasoline for sale at M. M. Long's.
(53053) Fanion 34473.
Will be at Monroe Childer's place 12
miles south of Corvallis and anybody
wishing to breed mares this fall will find
the horse there.
fall and lUinter Styles
The authoritative productions of the-leading manufacturers of
clothing for boys are ready for your inspection.
We are showing many exclusiue styles , patterns and color effects
in all the wool fabrics.
Norfolk styles ,..$2 50 to 7 00
Double Breasted styles 1 50 to 10
Sailor, Eton, Cadet, Russian Blse 1 5O to 7 00
Steel Shod Shoes
For boys $2 00 to $3 00
SEIiQuilted Bottoms, the kind that don't wear out.
Red School House Shoes
For boys and girls $1 25 to 2 50
Black Cat School Stockings
No 15 for boys. No 10 for girls. Sold exclusively
THE PEOPLES STORE
Oar goods are moving every day, moving in from Portland and oat among om
hundreds of customers. We want you to keep them moving. If you are fittin
one or more rooms, it will be to your advantage to talk with us before placing your
ord-r for house furnishings.
Ask to see our new patterns; Columbia Brussels Carpet 700 yards j ist received
We handle the White Enameled Steel Ware, imported goods, nothing like it on the
market. Bargains all aloug the line.
HOLLENBERG & CADY.
. The House Furnishers.
Call at Zeirolf s for fresh grass
seed, timothy, clover, alfalfa, vetch.
. 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.
An experienced girl or -woman to do
general housework. Good wages and
permanent place for right party. Ap
ply at Times office.
New lot of freshly loaded shotgun
shells. All kinds of football supplies.
At Hodes Pioneer Gun store.
A good girl or woman to keep bouse.
Inquiie at Berman store.
Choice oats, vetch and cheat eeed to
be had at reasonable prices, either at the
Corvallis or Benton County Flouring
Mills. A. W. Fischer.
Save Costs. .
. Next Monday is the date tor
closing the tax books. After that
time io per cent penalty and 12 per
cent interest will be added to all
taxes unpaid". I shall have no al
ternative but to enforce the law.
M. P. Burnett. '
Sheriff of Benton County.
1905 Tall Good
Iots of Fun.
Taking pictures. We have fine cam
. : Graham & Wells.
New Gasoline Wood Saw. -I
am now ready to attend promptly
to all orders. Ind. phone 835.
W. R. Hansell. :
- HayjFor Sale. , -
Vetch and alfalfa, best cow hay in th
Ind Tel 155. L. L. Brooks. "
Just received a large assortment of fall and
winter dress goods. This shipment includes
broad cloths, henriettas, eloenes, cravenettes,
waisting and fancy mixtures; wool plaids for
ladies waists and childrens dreases
Our first shipment of ladies and misses rain
coats and childrens jackets has arrived. Ladies
and Misses Empire coats in transit. Style, fit
and quality are the essentials in wemens gar
ments. The Palmer Garment excels in these
three points and more than that, it gives ycu
the money value. Style, fit and quality that are
right. You are invited to inspect this line,
F. I MIIIE.R
First-Class Job Wot
short notice at the mc
able prices .at this off ic
before going elsewhere