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Mr. and Mrs. James Ted row left
today for Newport where they will
celebrate the 4th.
Bert Pilkington, Claud Swann
and Mark McAllister were among
those, who went today to Newport
Waiter Corbett, the obliging
deputy postmaster, returned Sun-
day from a two weeks vacation
spent iu Marion county.
' Mrs. M. M. Davis acconopanU
d by her son Harry and daughters
Mabel and Pauline, expect to leave
in a few days for Belknap Springs,
where they will spend the sutrmer.
W. A. Wella returned Sttur
dy from a stay of six months in
New Mexico and California. He is
improved in health and glad to be
at home again.
Thursday night instead of to
morrow night will be the date for
prayer meeting at the Christian
church this week, at which time
there will be a report from the late
state convention of the denomina
tion. Mrs. Sarah Moore and daugh
ter, Mies Gladys, left Sunday for
Portland for a month's stay. They
xpect to spend the mouth of Au
gust in Corvallis and on the first of
September leave for Chicago to re
side. Their son and brother Guy
is a resident of the latter city.
Married Sunday at the home of
the bride's father, Samuel White
side, Miss Kate Whiteside and
George Cooper. The guests num
bered fifty and the knot was tied
by Rev. Feese. The couple left cn
the afternoon train for Portland
where they will spend their honey
moon. The n;w county officials have
filed bonds as follows: M. P. Fur
oett, sheriff, $lo,ooo, U. S. Fidelity
end Guaranty Co. of Baltimore; W
A Buchanan, treasurer, $2o,ooo, W
A Bucbaoan, Noel Wilkinson, P.
Avery, Thomas Leese, Hugh Her
ron and R. L. Buchanan; E.J.
Uewton. recorder, $3000, National
Surety Co., of New York; T. T.
Vincent, clerk, $lo,ooo, National
Surety C ., of New York.
The miliinf ry eBtab isbment of
M. CI fford Gould ha9 bteu sold
to Mis? Ivy Barclay for some time
coinin-ted with the burioeps. arid to
Ms- B rih'la Barclay, of Dayton,
Wesbmttn. Tie new owners are
-cous"b. Tbp fi-TQ name "will be
'Barclay & Bircluy. Mr. Guld
lias been ii thi buniuess in Corval
lis, ai-d always succeesfu'ly, for the
Uiy N b giuni .g to arrive iu
town. Of wo farmers who 1 flrnd
to btil jfBlerrfay, vuo propotei to
oaK m tit field a' $4, a-d the ollrr
at $3 pe ton. S n. ask $6 deliv
ered. tiuyc.ttj nay ihu pi ice is not
'likely to be above $5 or $5.50 and
that it may drop to 4. 50 delivered.
On accouDt of the immense crop, it
tie -certain fhe good price i f the last
two years will tot prevail.
Miss Agnes Wilson, winner of
Hhe Oregonian circulation contest,
5eft this morning for Poitland. At"
Albany she was j ined by the Leb
anon and Albany winners and, to-!
gether the three proceeded to Port
land where the 38 young ladies are!
obe entertained until the 7th when
fcbey leave for Yellowstone Park.
"While in Portland their beadquar
lejra will bb at the Oregon
Committee for Oleaning-up Day:
General superintendent, Judge
vCommittee for securing teams,
Francisco, J. H. Harris.
Committee for cleaning:
Mesdames Huston, Wells. J.
Wells, Crees, J. R. Smith, Selling,
jand Miss Snell.
"Messrs. Francisco, Cronk, Robt.
Johnson, Chambers, J. Yates,
Skelton, Lafferty,. J. Porter, S. N.
Wilkins, Bush, Moses, Allen. Ham
tnel, Tom Nolan, Harper, Horning
Crawford, Lacey, Irwin, McKellips
'Wiles, Whitehorn, Gene Simpson,
S. L. Henderson.
' In the Probate Court.
John Whitaker, administrator of
the estate of Pc.melia Winkle has
ffiled his final account in the estate
and August 6th has been fixed for
Ida Burns has been appointed
administratrix of the estate of H.E.
Barns with a bond fixed at $3,000.
A. W. Herbert, R. N. White and
W. Kearth have been named ap
E. H. Taylor. Walter K. Taylor,
and C. C. Huff have been appotnt-
-ed appraisers of the estate of Wil
Have you tried the Economy
fruit jar ? Zierolf keeps them.
Get yonr Economy fruit jars at
en Cents Per Setting
For eggs. Best brown Leghorns.
BIDS TO BE OPENED.
For Woman's Building at O.
A. C July Ilth-Tobe
Bids are to be opened July nth
for the erection of the Woman's
building at the college, and work
on the structure is expected to be
gin immediately thereafter. Plans
and specifications are in the hands
of Clerk Crawford at the college,
and according to them, the build
ing will be far the largest on the
grounds. It is to be shaped some
what like Agricultural Hall. Its
ground plan resembles a huge let
ter I, with cross piece not only at
each end, but also across the middle
Its total lengbtb is 235 feet. Sup
posing that it rests the longest way
north and south, Fay on the brow
of the Hogg hill, at the south end
there would be a huge ell running
103 feet east and west by 48 feet
north and south. Joining this ell
in the middle and running north
and south and 48 feet east and west,
is a section ot building running 40
feet north and south and 48 feet
east and west.
The middle cross piece is then en
countered and it is 85 feet east and
west and 56 feet north and south.
In its east end the main entrance
is located. Then to the northward
comes another stretch of building
40 feet north and south by 48 feet
east and west, and then another
huge ell ro3 feet by 48 forming the
extreme north end of the structure.
At the highest point the building
is 72 feet high. It will have three
Moots and an attic, the first of which
contains several class rooms for the
household science department, sew
ing department rooms, dining hall,
kitchen, baths, store rooms, cold
storage, bakery, pantry, lavatory,
toilets, club dining room, laundry,
fuel room and fourteen sleeping
rooms. The second floor has 36
single rooms and four suites, libra-1
ry. and parlors. The third floor
has 44 sleeping rooms, two suites,
infirmary and nurse rooms. There
are baths and toilets on each floor,
and each single room and suite has
stationary washstand, and closets.
The building will have its own heat
ing plant, fire apparatus and every
other modern convenience. The
lower portion is to be of Cascade
granite and the other stories of
pioneer sandstone, the same as
Agricultural Hall. The architect
ure is very plain, but the whole ap
pearance very substantial. The es
timated cost i $65,000.
At King's Valley.
'iLe annua! pchtH meeting iu the
Valley district vvas v ll attended.
Frank Plunkett was elected direc
tor and John MuCallum, clerk. The
district will have no funds this
year outside of the state and coun
ty levy. The proposition to levy a
two-mill tax was voted down by an
There were two spectacle rmn in
the Valley last week, and it seems
to be the general impressicn that
those that bought glasses of them
paid high prices.
Jimmy Chambers is suffering
W. A. Wann, of Portland, repre
senting the Mutual Life Insurance
Co., has been in the Valley. He
found some who were will to take
out policies in his company.
John Price is able to be around
again. . , ,;.
Mrs. W. L. Price and Miss Min
nie Price bave been suffering with
, Mr. Lunt and Mr. Stroud have
sold th:ir frms in the upper,; end
of the Valley.
The hay crop is very heavy and
some of it ready to cut. Uno.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Notice Is hereby eiven that the undersigned.
administrator ot the estate ot Pamella Winkle,
deceased, has filed In the county court oj . the
state of Oregon, tor Benton county, his final ac
count as suctt administrator 01 saia estate, ana
that Monday, the 6th day ot August. 1906, at the
hour ot 10 o'clock has been fixed by said court
as the time lor hearing ot objections to said re
port and the settlement thereof.
Administrator of the estate of Pamelia Winkle,
Dated June 30, 1006.
Notice to Creditors.
Vnticn 19 horehv eiven to all Dersons concerned
that the undersigned has been duly appointed
administrator ox ine estate 01 tiarvey r.ugHue
Burns, deceased, by the county court ot Benton
rniHitv. state of Oreeon. AU Dersons having
claims against the estate ol the said Harvey Eu
gene Burns, deceased, are hereby required to
present ine same, w uu mo prupei- vuuuuera, uu
ly verified as by law required within six months
from the date thereof to the undersigned at
her residence at Corvallis, Benton county, Ore
gon, or at the omce 01 js. a. urjaon, in uorvaiiis,
Dated this Sd day of Juiy, 1906.
k IDA A. BURNS.
Admlnlstra'rix of the estate of Harvey Eugene
Economy fruit jars at Thatcher
Economy fruit jars for sale by P.
ess is confined is furnished in as
meager a fashion as the average
jail cell. It is provided with a cot,
on which is a matress and ordinary
bed clothing; two chairs; a wooden
wash stand, with a tin baBln, and a
email mirror. Sbe is permitted to
retain several articles of toilet, such
as combs and hairbrushes and sim
TJct'l la?t n'gbt Mrs. Watson bad
been accustomed to apartments ia
the most fashionable hotels in Port
land, Chicago, New York and San
Francisco; in other citi'S she lived
in equally pretect'ous hotels.
Since the beginning of her rela
tions with Puter, who is separated
from her in the same jail by steel
bars acd solid walls of masonry,
money has been lavished upon her
in legal style. Apparel of the most
expensive and modern modes have
beea hers in large quantities and
jewels bave been showered upon
New York, June 2g. Harry K.
Thaw was arraigned this morning
in the criminal court and pleaded
not guilty to the in iictment for the
murder of Stanford White. Thaw's
attorney, former Judge Olcott, for
mally rtqueet'd permisbion to with
draw the plea by next Tuesday in
order that any motions might be
made of a different plea entered.
The n quest was granted arid the
prisoner remanded to the Tombs.
Registered bulls for sale: one
three year -old and two vearlines.
Terms reasonable. For further par
ticulars inquire of
, J. E. Wyatt,
RATES FOR JULY 4TH
On the Corvallis and Eastern R. R.
For the 4th of July holidays, a
rate of one and one-third fare for
the round trip between all stations
will be made by the C. & E. Tick
ets good going on the 3rd or 4th
and for return on or before July 6th.
Misses Cheney and Krurnm and
Mr. Coffey of the McMinnville
Studio have purchased the photo-
grapn ousiness ot Mr. famery in
this city and will henceforth be
known under the firm name of
"The Corvallis Studio." Our work
has given universal satisfaction in
McMinnville and Oregon City and
we trust it will do so here. We so
licit the patronage of the citizens
of Corvallis and vicinity.
Our work speaks for itself. Call
and see us at Emery's old stand.
If you have beauty we'll take it.
If you haven't we'll make it.
Yours for Photos,
Physician & Surgeon,
Office up stain i 1 B ir u-.t 8 it
Idence 01 ttia earner j- .111 ..1
Seventh at. ""m! 1 i
Celebrate the 4th of July in style.
Buy your Toggery at Nolan's.
Imported Black Percheron Stallion
55296 Potache 40664
Will make the season of 1906 at
Abbott's feed barn, Corvallis, Ore.
Potache was winner of 1st prize
at St. Louis Fair; 1st at American
Royal Live Stock Show, Kansas
City; 1st at Government Show in
France; also International Live
Stock show at Chicago 1904.
Mares from a distance will be
furnished first class pasture. Terms
$25 to insure. j !
T. K. Fawcett,
Wood For Sale.
Ash, maple, oak and fir wood at lowest
prices. Orders promptly filled.
Independent phone 364, three bells.
Mr. T. Mon Foo, an experienced com
pounder of Chinese medicines, successor
to the late uong vvo long, 01 Aioany,
Oregon, is now prepared to laroish Lhi'
nese medicine to all. The undersigned
recommends him and gnarantees satis
Call or write him at No. 117 West Sec
ond Street, Albany, Oregon. .
A nice house with 7 rooms, bath room
all up to date, located well ; Robinson &
Stevenson, agents. . tf.
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership exising between R H.
Colbert - and S. W. Smith is this
day dissolved by mutual consent.
Mr. Smith retires from' the firm.
R. H. Colbert.
S. W. Smith.
June 5th 1906.
The Gem Cigar Store
AH Leading Brands of Key West and Domes Cigars. Whist and Poolroom.
Jack IMilne, prop.
e; B. Borning,
The Grocer. K
We are not inclined
and customers speak for
OUR TRADE IS GROWING FAST.
WE WANT YOUR TRADE.
WILL ASSURE SATISFACTION
6. B fiornitig
It is not what we can "work off" on a customer
that's not our way. But its giving him such good honest
values in what he needs, that it brings him back again
and again brings his frinds too. That's our way. De
ception destroys confidence, integrity wins it. A hearty
welcome whether you come to see or buy. '
Here are some of the goods lately received: The
Celebrated Charter Oak Ranges, fully guaranteed. New
Era Pafnt Co Paints, Oils. Varnish and Var-no-lac, Cou
ches, Dining Chairs, Center Tables and many other
Hints tor the
Boned chicken, Chicken & liver, Boned
turkey, Deviled ham , Veal loaf, Lunch
tongue, German lunch sausage, Viennn ?
sausage, Vienna sausage and sauer krout
t Chipped beef and bacon in glass jars,
f Roast and corned beef, Lobsters, Shrimps,
0yster3, Salmon, Sardines, crab and
clams, Fresh fruits, cakes and crackers
Napkins, many pretty patterns to
select from, Paper plates no picnic
Hodes' Grocery ISjP
Blacksmiths, Machinests, Wagonmakers and Horse Shoers
All kinds grinding, Oliver chilled plow shares, also
all kinds of machine work done in first-class shape.
ALL WORK OUR GUARANTEED.
Newest arid Latest Up-to-date Machinery
Prices so both can live.
to spend much time in
we prefer to let our goods
baskets complete without paper
"plates, AU kinds of pickles
and olives in the bulk at
Newport, Yaquina Bay, Brcitenbush.
Hot Springs From All S. P. and
C & E. Points.
On and after June 1, 1906. the Southern Pacific,
in connection with the Corvallis & Eastern rail
road, will have on sale round trip ticket IrOm
points on their lines to Newport, Yaquina and
Detroit at low rates, good for return until Octo
ber 10, 1906. i
Three-dajr rickets to Newport and Yaquina,
good going Saturdays and returning Mondays,
are alao on sale from all East Side points, Port
land to Eugene, Inclusive, and from all West
side point?, enabling people to vilt their famil
ies and spend Sunday at the seaside.
Season tickets from all East Side points, Fort
land to Eugene, inclusive, and from all We 3
Side points, are also on sale to Detroit at very
low rates, with stop-over privileges at Hill City
or any point East, enabling tourists to vitit the
Santiamand Breltenbush Hot Springs In the
Cascade Mountains, which can be reached In
Season tickets good for return from all points
until Oct. 10. Three-day tickets good going Sat
urdays and returning Mondays only. Tickets
for Portland and vicinity good for return via.
the East or West Side. Tickets from Eugene
and vicinity will be good going via the Lebanon
Springfield branch. Baggage on Newport tickets
checked through to Newport; on Ysqulnatick
eta to Yaquina only. Sunday excursions to New
port on the C. & E. will begin June 10th or 17th
and run every Sunday thereafter, leaving lba
ny at 7:80 a. m.; leaving Corvallis 8 a.m.
S. P. trains connect With theO. & E. at Albany
and Corvallis for Yaquina and Newport. Trains
on the C. & E. for Detroit will leave Albany at
1:30 a. m., enabling tourists to the Hot Springs
to reach there the same day, Trains from and
to Corvallis connect with all East Side trains on
the S. P.
Full Information as to r ates, time tables, etc.,
can be obtained on application to J. C. Mayo
Gen. Pass. Agt. C. & E. ., Albany; A. L. Craig,
G. P. A. S. P. Co., Portland, or to any S. P. or C.
& E. agent
Bates from CorvallU to Newport, $3.75;
To Ycqiiina, 3 25.
Three-day rate O om Corvallis to Xewport, $2.50.
The First Notional B.dkof Corval
lis, Oregon, transacts a cfoeral
coneervative la-iking 'tismess.
Loan money n approval btcu
rlty. Drafts bought and sold and
money transferred to the principal
cities of the United States, Eu
rope and foreign countries.
I. 0. 0. F. EXCURSION JULY 4TH.
To Detroit. Albany kdge No. 4
I. O. O. F. of Albany will give the
only excursion out of Albany or
Corvallis on July 4th. Train will
leave as follows: Corvallis at 6:30
a. m., and Albany at 7:30 a. m.
This will be' a great day in the
mountains, po not forget to take
your lunch baskets well rilled. The
public is invited to join the Odd
Fellows on this excursion. ji.oo
round trip. Tickets for sale at F.
M. French's Jewelry Store, Albany
and Allen & Woodward's Drug
English Shire Stallion.
Imported F.ng!i-h Shire stallion
7972 Southill Ranger 18366 will
make the season cf 1906 as follows:
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thurs
days at Abbott barn Corvallis, - an
days and Saturdays at Monroe Frd
Mondays at Watkin's place 12,
miles south of Corvallis.
Southill Ranger is a beautiful
dark dapple bay, 17 1-4 hands high
and weighs 2150 pounds.
Terms: $20 to insure with foal or
$25 to insure a living colt.
W. C. Belknap,
at reduced rates. The Southern
Pacific company announces reduced
round trip rates to the East for the
season of 1906 as follows:
Corvallis to Chicago and return,
$73-95- St. Louis, $69.95. Mil
waukie, $72.15. St. Paul and Min
neapolis, $62.45. Sioux City, Coun
cil Bluffs, Omaha, St. Joseph, At
chinson, Leavenworth and Kansas
Sale dates June 4, 6,7,23,25.
July 2, 3. August 7, 8, 9, Sept.,
Limit going, 10 days.
Return limit 90 days but not af
ter Oct. 31st,
Notice of Final Settlement.
In The Matter of the Estate "
William J. Kelly,- deceased J
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed as administrator with the will an
nexed of the estate of William J. Kelly,
deceased, has filed his final account as
such administrator with the clerk of the
county court of the State of Oregon for
Benton county and the aaid coutt has
fixed Saturday, the 7th day of July, 1906,
at the hour of two o'clock in the after
noon of said day as the time, and - the
countv court room in the court house in
Corvallis, Oregon, as the place for hear
ing any and all objections to the said ac
count and for settlement thereof.
Dated, June 8, 1906,
Administrator -with the will annexed of
the estate of William J. Kelly, deceased.
, T, K. Irvine, Comma.