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About The Corvallis times. (Corvallis, Or.) 1888-1909 | View Entire Issue (June 5, 1906)
For advertisements in this column the rate
of 15 cents per line will be charged.
Bert Pilkington returned yes
terday from Eastern Oregon.
Dr. L. V. Flint is reported as
very ill at the family home in this
The Coffee Club is to give the
last dance of the season tonight in
Miss Dougherty of Salem is ex
pected to arrive Friday for a visit at
the Nolan home.
Miss Alice Jones returned Sat
mday from Wren "where she has
been teaching school.
f "D,- T7.. 'nr nf Van.
couver, Washington, arrived Sat
urday for a visit with Corvallis
Miss nerttia iwiwaras nmsnes
her term ot school at Mt. View to
day, and returns to her home at
Mrs. J. B. Goodman entertains
the F. M. S. of the M. E. church
Wednesday afternoon at her home
Paul Hubbard, the baritone
soloist, is to sing tomorrow night at
the moving picture show at the M.
Men wanted. Saw mill andl
umber yard laborer $2.25 perday.
Woodsmen $2.25 to$3.oo. Steady
work. Apply to Booth'-Kelly Lum
ber Co. , Eugene, Oregon.
The L. A. S. of the Methodist
church held a tea this afternoon in
the church basement from 2:45 to
5 o'clock. The affair was very
Miss Elsie Keyt left yesterday
fot her home at Perrydale, after a
few day's visit .with Miss Lulu
The eastern mail which has
been held up since last Tuesday by
the floods along the line of the O.'
R. & N. in Eastern Oregon ar
The Jeffersonian Literary so
ciety entertained the Pierian society
Saturday with a trip to Bellfountain
picnic grounds and return. The
trip was made in hay wagons and
occupied sixteen hours.
Mrs. A. D. Morrison of Carl
ton, arrived Friday for a visit with
her father, W. S. Linville. Dr.
Morrison is taking a post-graduate
course in a Chicago Medical college.
Mrs. Ed Strange and family
left Saturday for Seaside to reside.
Mr. Strange is installing the old
Ccrvallis electric light plant in that
city and writes that he expects to
have it in operation by June 6th.
"uon t vou tnins tnat young
man is afflicted , with a swelled
head?" "No," answered Miss
Cayenne; "he's not afflicted with
it; he enjoys it."
"What I want." said the
young man, "is to get married and
have a peaceful quie home."
"Well," said Farmer Corntossel,
"sometimes it works that way, and
then again sometimes it's like join
in' a debatin' society."
Many Corvallis people attend
ed the unveiling ceremonies at I. O.
O. F. cemetery Sunday afternoon. I
The services at the monument of
the late Charles M. Smith and at
the grave of Mrs. Leadbetter were
very impressively conducted by the
W. O. W. and Circle lodges respec
tively. Many people from this city will
attend the barbecue at Monroe Sat
urday. A beef has been donated
by the Wilhtlms, and the affair in
all respects is to be on a large scale,
with many features that interest ev
eryone. Mr. and Mrs. Will Carver, of
, Fairmount, Minnesota, have just
' moved into an elegant new, home in
that city, and the statement is that
they are prospering. Mr. Carver
is still engaged in the butcher busi
, ness. Mrs. Carver was formerly
Miss Mary Lilly of CorvaUis, and
both art well known here, where
many friends will be glad to hear
The Araicitia literary society
celebrated the close of the year with
a picnic at Philomath picnic
grounds Saturday. With members
of the Sorosis literary society as
. guests, the start was made in kay
racks shortly after twelve. At the
grounds games, hammocks, swings
etc had been provided for the pleas
ure of tke party, and at six o'clock
all did justice to an elaborate and
delicious luncheon prepared under
the supervision of Mrs. Withy
combe. A program followed in
whick each member of the Society
appeared and at dusk, all : departed
homeward declaring the A'mlcitians
to be royal entertainers. The Dir
ty was chaperoned i by Mj. C. &
Mt$v B.W. .Johnson
1. Irvine? " H
and Mrs. B.
Thorn is Bilyen of Portland
was among those who came home
to vote yesterday.
Miss Maud McBee returned Sun
day from a several weeks' vis'twith
Mrs. B. Wo!dt .returned to
Portland Monday, after a few days'
visit with Corvallis iricnus.
Miss Maud Mattley left yes
terday for Yaquina City, where she
is to take charge of a summer school
Glenn Goodman, a hardware
merchant of Pendleton, is to arrive
Friday for a few . days' visit with
Miss Rova Cox returned yester
day to her home in Portland, after
a visit with Corvallis friends "
. F. M. Stokes of last, year's
grduatinf-lass arrived last night
for a visit witn'Corvallis friends.
Reports from the bedside of
Miss Isabel Whitby are to the effect
that ske is not improved.
MissJ. McLennan went to Mt.
View yesterday for a few days' visit
with Mrnd Mrs. Robert Wylie.
Joseph Hecker of Wells spent
Saturday and Sunday in this city
with his daughter Mrs. Arnold
Miss White who has been a
student at OAH for the past year
left Monday for her home at Klam
After a visit of several weeks
with her parents in this city, .Mrs.
Claire Gatch Wheeler left Friday
for her home in Seattle.
, Mrs. W. P. Smith and little
son left yesterday for Portland after
a visit with her brother Thomas
"Little Bob" Wilson left Mon
day to assume charge temporarily
ot the loledo telegraph office, a
high compliment to a boy of his
Miss Pauline Kline's building
on Main street, adjoining the Ba
zaar, is being iepapered and gener
ally repaired, and when completed
it will be occupied by the.White
music store. - . ..
A big Woodman picnic with a
superb program at Monroe next
Saturday is to attract much atten
tion in Benton. Many Corvallisites
are planning to go. There is to be
Mrs. J. F. Yates entertains a
number of young people . this even
ing in honor of George'von der
Hellen, Archie Van die ve, ' Harry
Auld, Otto . Simpson and Dewalt
Elrod. - ;---V"
Reserved seats for the musical
entertainment to be given as the
opening event of Commencement
week at the opera house, are now
on sale at Graham & Wortham's.
The pupils of Miss Saothorn
will give a piano recital at the
South Methodist church at 8 o'clock
Wednesday evening. Every body
William L. Vance who located
in Linn county in i860 was tound
dead in bed Sunday morning at his
Albany home. He was one of
Linn's heavy taxpayers. Two
danghters, Mrs. Peacock and Miss
Lora Vance survive him.
The annual teachers' institute
of the county begins in the morning
at the public school building.
There will be an evening session at
the Presbyterian church, and other
sessions on Thursday and Friday.
Tomorrow night Hon. B. F. Mul
key delivers the address.
Cream separator and five head of milk
cons. Inquire of Frank Skinner,
Wren,: Benton county.
Inoculated Red Clover Alsika Rape,
Alfalfa, Spelts White clover and Arti
chokes. Land plaster, that will double
the yield; -; See seed at Wellsher &
1.. y. Brooks.
Large rooming house. "Tartly
furnished. Apply W. S. Whitten.
A Favorite Remedy For Battles.
Its pleasant taste and prompt cures have
made Chamberlain's Cough Remedy fa-vc r
ite with 'Jie mothers of small children. It
quickly cures their coughs and colds and pre
vents any danger of pneumonia or other
serious consequences. It not only enn
croup, but when given as soon as the croupy
cough appears will prevent the attack. For
sale by Graham & Wortham.
ice and ice cream delivered on
Sunday any part of the city by
Corvallis Creamery Co.
If you kaev the value of -Chamberlain's
Salve yon would never wish 'to be without
it. Here are some of the diseases for which
tJsspecaJlv.valuaU4r nipples, chapped
hands, bum, frost -bttsi,ichilnUini, chronic
sore eyes, itcning pi tea, tetter, salt
ate fry Bwsm-frWeiwMMi
At O. A C The Program.
' Tuesday, June 7.
8:3s p. m. Opera House Depart
ment of Vocal Culture. "On
Shi re. and Sea" a diamatic
- cantata; music by Arthur C.
; Saturday, June 9.
8:30 p. m. Chapel Debate, Pi'
erian and Jeffersonian societies '
for the cup.
, Sunday June 10.
10:45- Armory Baccalaurea'e
Sermon. Rt. Rev. Frederic W.
Keator, D. D. Bishop of Olym-
Pia- . ;: : . , . , m . . -;
Monday, June 11.
2:30 p. m.- Armory Physical Cul
8:30 p. m. Chapel Organ Recital
. with Elocutionary exercises.
v " Tuesday, June 12.
io:od a. m'. Campus Parade and
; Skirmish drill, Cadet Regi
ment. .J--; -
:oo p.m. Campus Class Day
3:30 p. m. Athletic Field Facul
ty-Senior baseball game.
8:30 p. m. Opera House Senior
Wednesday, June 13.
10:00 a. jn.' Armory Graduating
2:00 p. m. Chapel Meeting of
Graduates get their Diplomas
Flowers everywhere and. in
great quantities, - dainty dresses,
ribbons and frills, aind a sea of in
terested faces was a scene at the
opera house Saturday night. The
occasion was the high .school grad
uating exercises, and there was an
unusually large crowd out to hear
the fine program that was rendered.
The classes were the 8th and 9th
grade pupils of Prof. , Cummings
and Prof. : Holmes respectively,
and each one who had a part in the
program acquitted himself with
credit.-- Superintendent Denman
made an address and presented the
diplomas to each class, and Prof.
Holmes offered a few remarks.
The evening from start to finish
was one of interest and pleasure to
all concerned. The program was
as follow; .
Music. 1 .Overlander' s Orchestra
Invocation .Rev. M. 8 Bush
Instrumental So. o. Gertrude Nolan
Salutatory Harry Belknap
Recitation . May bel Far mer
Recitation Phyllis Sargeant
Vocal solo ..Jean Kent
Recitation. . Earl Heckart
Recitation Madge Ash by
Instrumental solo A .Bertha Wilson
Class Prophecy N anna Fitzmaurice
Presentation of Diplomas
Snpt. G. W. Denman
Music -Overlander's Orchestra
Recitation 4 . " O tto Morgan
Essay Viola Gardner
Instrumental Solo Vera Chambers
Recitaiion.: Ruby Fowells
Recitation; ...Harry Cady
Vocal Solo.:. ..Zeta Johnson
Recitation. Dean Knox
Recitation Josie Holmes
Instrumental So!oClara Baker
Recitation I.Helen Rater I
Class Prophecy Ama Holmes
Vocal Solo Inez Johnson
Valedictory. Elsie Rice
Presentation of Diplomas
Music. Overlander's Orchestra
Xotlee ! herebv given that on6SJirdflV. thesth
dnj or June. 190s. at the aour of two o'clock in
ine anernoon oi saut day, at tna. .tront door eu
toe county court house in the city ot CorvaUis,
In Benton countv, state of Oregon, I will efler
for aale and sell to the highest bidder tor cash
n hand,' all the right, title, Interest and estate
of Archibald Johnson. In and to: An undivided
ii, Interest in and to the following described real
estate. to:wlt: Fractional H X of Bee St;
Jioi sec 18; w ot don. land claim ot Cyn
thia E.Johnson, and the heirs at law of John
Feichter, deceased. Not. No. 3171, claim No. 64;
x xacaonat a n oi sec. zs; rracuonai B ox
sec. 31; also, beKinninir at the Quarter section
corner between sections 19 and 20, and run
thence 8. with section line 49.62 chain to claim
line of claim No. 64; thence with said claim
Une to N W corner ot said claim NO. 64. thenee
north as 69 chains to where center Une passes
through section 20; thence west 6 IS chains to
beglnninK; also, beginning at N W corner of
John . Porter donation land claim, and run
thence 8. 27 03 chains: thence B. 73 chains to
the etate road; thence following along state
road N 4 deg. 80 min. E. 37.08 chains ; thence W.7
chains to place of beginning. All of the above situ
ate, being and lying In township 18 South, Bang
5 west of the Willamette Meridian in Benton
Said sale Is made under and in pursuance of a
license and order of sale made by the county
court of the state of Oreron tor Rentim
on May 10, 190ft, In the matter of tfaft .nurdlcui
BU1U ui SUVIUUUV affJUBBun
authorizing, licensing and empowering Cynthia
. Johnson: as guardian of said Archibald John
son, insane, taell the above described real es
ate at voJjltoaocUon ta the highest bidder for
cash in band, and to dispoee ot the prooaeds la
sbe aaonar preaertbad by law.
sata May 11. 190s.
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and our prises leaeonable.
For Boots and Shoes
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Also a Fine Line of Groceries
crockery and everything that is needed in a grocery de
partment. Look 0t for Moses Bros
quick delivery wagon. Listen for the bell and you will find
there is something donig
Ices and Creams!
We are now prepared to proyide th public with Ices
Water Ices, creams, Sherberts, and very thing in this line.
Special Fancy Orders
, For soeial functions solicited. : W cater to the
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Domestic Cigars. Whist and Pool'reom.
IF YOU ARE
i Get your Fishing Tackle at
We carry the Famous Bristol Rod.
Freshly loaded shells for pigeon .
shooting. Repair work done, i
DR. E. E. JACKSON
Office Wiaegar & Snon s Barn
O&ce Phone Ind 328
" " .Bell 441
Resident " lad 389
H. S. PEItNOT,
Physician & Surgeon
Office over poetoiBoe. Residence Cor.' '
Fifth and Jefferson streets. Honrs 10 to
12 a. m., 1 to 4 p. m. Orders may be
eft at Graham & -. -"ham's drag store.
J FRED STATES
ATTORXn I -AT-LA W.
Only Set Abstract Books in Beaton County
The First National Bank of Corval-
lit Oregon, transacts a" general
conservative banking business.
3 Loan money on approved seen. '.
illy. Drafts bought and sold and
money traneferredto the principal
cities of the";Unit9d States, Eu
rprje and foreign countries.
English Shire Stallion.
Imported English Shire stallion
7972 aouthiu linger 18300 will
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thurs-"
days at Abbott barn Corvallis, an
days and Saturdays at MonroeFrd
Mondays at Watkm s place 12,
miles south of Corvallis.
Southill Ranger is a beautiful
dark dapple bay, 17 1-4 hands high
and weichs 21 so bounds.
Terms: $20 to insure with foal of
$25 to insure a living colt.
. W. C. Belknap,
A. Bargain. "
, 163 acres known as the-Cauthorn
nlare. rn Ttar rnad YnllQt h Knlrl at
5 rooms new barn, 50 x 60 ft 30
acres of heavy timber, balance pas
ture, running water on place. This
is a bargain at $1,600.
Ambler & Watters, agents.
B. A. CATHEY
Physician & Surgeon
Office, room 14, BanS Bldg. Hourii
10 to 12 and 2 to 4.
Phone, office 83. Residence 5S1.
G. R. FAKRA,
Physician & Surgeon,
H'.itri i i
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