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About The Corvallis times. (Corvallis, Or.) 1888-1909 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1906)
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If You Want
What Smartly Dressed Men Will
Wear this Season, CALL ON US.
Conforming to Fashion's Latest
Decrees, Designed by Aatist Tailors
Frshioned by Master Workmen, Are
Some of the Reasons Why
Clothing , . . .
IS THE BEST.
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. SOLE AGENT
Foradvertisements in this column the rate
of 15 cents per line will be charged.
Fisher sells the Trowbrigde piano.
Mrs H. S. Pernot has returned
from a visit ofamonth in Portland.
Miss Pauline Kline left this
noon via the Westside for Portland.
Mrs. V. L. Patterson of Bak
er City, left today for Carlton, for a
visit with her sister, Mrs. Morrison.
After a month's visit in Cor
vallis, Mrs. Frank Lilly and little
daughter left today for her home at
LaGrande. . ., -
Marion Hayden has been ap
pointed guardian of the minor heirs
of Jasper Hayden, with, bonds fix
ed at - $2,400.. . .
In the assessment of the C'
& E. in' Benton, the valuation is
$4,000 per mile, instead of $8,000
as appeared in Wednesday's Times.
Bacon She says she is 28
years old. . Egbert7f.XVel.lj ' 'she.
looks as if she would say she was
about that old.
Ray M. -Walker of Independ
ence has been vis'ting Corvallis
and college friends for the .past
pointed guardian of
Sarah A. Robinson.
in the estate consists
acres of land valued
Golder Weather is Goming.
You can keep warmby using one ofj those "Model" Air
Tight Heaters. We have them in three sizes. - We also han
dle the "Steel Box," guaranteed to save wood and give satisfac
tion; will burn chunks. Many other heaters both new and
second hand. . See our All-Steel Couches and Davenports, iust
Charter Oak and Toledo Ranges. New line of
Complete House Furnishers.
has been ap
the estate of
In the James P McBee estate
Ivy May McBee has been appoint
ed administratrix. The in
ventory has been filed as
as follows: Personal property
$18,799;. real, $33,45?; total $52,
250. The sum of $100 per - month
has been set aside for the use of
the widow and minor children for
one year. ' She-has been authoriz
ed to sell the personal property at
private sale. , 1 :
The Henkle & Davis mercan
tile establishment is to have a new
home. In ten days or two weeia
the stock and fixtures will be mov
ed into the room next door south
of the First National bank former
ly occupied by .Nolans. Mr.
Henkle of the firm is now in Port
land on business connected with
the removal. So far, no tenant for
the room to be vacated by - Henkle
& Davis has been announced.
Street rumors that Mr. Hinkle is
retiring from the firm are not true.
; The Maa:abees..ke.pt ppen
house Wednesday evening. The oci
casion was the visit of State Com
mander J.W.Sherwood of Portland.
A large crowd was in attendance.
The programme included an address
, by Mr. Sherwood, a recitation by
Miss Lewis and a pia o so'o by
Mrs. E. E. Jackson. The oider in
this city is in a flourishing condition.
Many improvements have been
made to the residence property on
the southeast corner of. the block
north of the Jacobs home on Third
street. The interior of the house
has been completely remodeled, the
exterior has been painted, a cement
walk has been added, and the lawn
put into condition. The property
is owned by Mr. Armstrong, fath
er of Mrs. Kaupisch. : ,.
Work has commenced on the
new German Lutheran church. It
is to occupy lots immediately east
of the McKellips house. The
foundation is rapidly rounding into
Mr. and Mrs. Emery Allen
left yesterday . to .visit Mrs. Witt,
sister of Mrs. Allen at . Waitsburg.
Washington: They will be absent
"Harold," she exclaimed, af
ter she had rented for a moment
against his manly breast. "I believe
you have heart trouble,"
"Calm yourself, darling," he re
plied; MI have agreed to help Prof
essor Lightfinger with fcfc sleight
of hand performance toniit. That's
Ralph Pruett has accepted a
position in a mercantile establish
ment at Oakland. California, and
leaves next week to enter upon his
duties. His succes-sor at Kline's
is Mr. Duffield of Amity. Many
Corvallis friends regret Mr. Pruetts
Oscar Long of Benton,- is to
leave the 15th for Knoxville, Tenn
essee, to enter a medical college
He has been attending the medical
department of Willamette Univer
sity for the past three, years, and
he will'finish this year at the
Tennesee institution. He is to be
accompanied, by James Lane, his
cousin of Harrisburg, who is to
take a course in law. ......
Captain C. E. Dentler of the
nth regiment U. S. A. , well knov, ft
in Corvallis. where he was former
ly commandant at OAC. left on
the. 9th int with his regiment for
Cuba. Mrs. Dentler and children
are at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas,
where for some time Captain Dent
ler has been attending officers
The new home for the Corval
lis postoffice is to built by Salem
contractors. They are the firm of
Hughes & Headrick, the former of
whom once resided in Job's addi
tion. The Headrick in the firm is
A. L. and the brother of our Grov
er. The foundation for the build
ing is now being laid and the brick
work will begin shortly. The' con
tractors arrived from Salem yester
A third newspaper has been
started in Corvallis. it is a seven
column, four page weekly and is
called the Benton County Repub
lican. The publishers are W. Earl
Smith, who left- Blackfoot, Idaho
July 27th, and Milton Morgan of
Corvallis. As its name signifies,
the paper is republican in politics,
The first number made its appear
ance this morning. Its regular
publication day will be Thursday
, All the preliminary iiegotiatior-s
have been arranged for a sale of
the Flett livery barn at the corner
of Third & Madison. The pricg
fixed is $3,800, and the seller: is
James Flett. The buyer is Chirks
Hout, and the delivery of the deed
will take place as soon as the ab
stract title is determined to be reg
ular. The property comprises two
lots or 100. square feet of ground,
and the livery stable situated there
Dad and Local Option.
Everybody else but father
Obeys the option bill;
He slips round a-peddlin'
Bottled lightnin' till
Boys all get high loneeomes,
Ahd be gets in a can,
Everybody winks and looks wise
At my old man. '
Jails nor .fines doh't stop him,
Fur nuthin' does he keer ;
keeps right on bootlekiiin"
Tanglefoot and bter.
Mothers hit the bughouse,
And so has Sister Ann,-
A- tryin' to hnld the lid down
Oa my old m in.
jars at Thatcher
NEW ADS TODAY.
WANTED a salesman. r Many
make $100 to $150 per month.
Some even more. Stock 'clean:
grown on Reservation, far from
old orchards. Cash advanced
weekly. Choice of territory, Ad
dress Washington Company, Top
CLOTHES GLEANED and pressed at
lowest prices one door &out a of mar
ble shop on Main street.
Mr. J. Mon Foo, an experienced com
pounder of Chinese medicines, successor
to the late Hong Wo Ton?, of Albany,
Oregon, is now prepared to furnish Chi
nese medicine to all. , The undersigned
recommends him and guarantees satis
faction. Call or write him at No. 117 West Sec
ond Street, Albany, Oregon.
Notice to Creditors.
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned
has been duly appoiutert the executor of the es
tate of Aud Conipton. dei-eased, by the county
court of the state ot Oregon, for Benton county.
All persons having claims against said estate
are notified to present the same duly verified as
by law rt-quired within fix months from the
date hereot.to the undersigned at the office ot .
R. Bryson, in the city of Corvallis, Oregon.
JAMES J. FLETT,
Executor of the estate of Ann Gompton. dec'sd
WANTED, 60 tons of clean vetch
seed and oats in car lots. Highest
market price paid. Load at near
est R. R. station. Wanted, clean
Italian and English Rye grass.
L. L. Brooks.
WANTED. A woman or girl for general
housework in a private family. Ad
dress Box 44, Corvallis.
FOR Sale. Five room . house and
lot near college grounds. Also,
small house and two lots, fine
location. "Also carpenter shop,
pngine, , machinery, etc. and
quantity of dry lumber. Also
patent Russian iron stove drum.
Inquire 1 1 1 1 sixth street phone
FOR SALE. Twentys.x sacks of
good clean mesquite seed. Ad
dress T. D. Henton, Junction. R
F. D, No. 4. Independent phone
35 Cartwright line.
J?L)K bALE cheap beven room
house and two lots near the C. &
E. depot, good well water, barn
and other outbuildings. Inquire
at Times office. :
FOR SALE. -8oo good - breedi n g
. Rev jibbs, who is to be the
new pastor of the M. E. church
South, has arrived, and is to oc
cupy the parsonage. He is a native
ofjTennessee, but has been for 17
years a resident of the Coast. Fcr
the" past five years he has been of
ficially related to Columbia college
the educational institution , of his
detoninatioa, andlocatedat Milton
Eastern Oregon. Rev.: Ellison
whom Mr. Gibbs succeeds at Cor
vallis goes to Peoria and 'McFar-
W I 1 1 VJI
I Til "I I" V ' AAT
TO OUR LARGE FALL RUN on Sport-I
ins Goods we have replenished our stock?
I with'a complete line of Gnn and Rifles: also a large
supply of Shells and Cartridges. 1
Just Received A Fine Line I
, Razors and Razor Strops
Pocket Knives and Hunt ing Knives
Salmon Hooks and Bass Hooks I
I All Kinds of Lines. I
I Come in and see our New Line of Footballs.
If you are looking for some real good bargains in
Stock, Grajn, 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, also
shoWing you over, the country. . - . ' '
AMBLER & WAITERS ,
' ' Real Estate, Loan and .Insurance
Gorvallis and Philomath, Oregon
shape, and the lumber is being land district.
1 1 3 t. : j 1.1 a. ' : ' '
nauieu. 11 is saiu mai ine pres- 1 , KsT.rti, fltpr nn
ence of such a church in town will daughter of Mr. and Mrs.' Joseph
attract many wrmau iamuies 01 Hecker of Soap Creek, was married
tne oest class. 1 ne jeaer erotners , v -npsrlav tr T..a Pmnm. nf
ana Mr. aortner are at toe neaa , Salem. , The
01 tne movement tor estaDHsaing , formed
the local congregation. .
ceremonv was pe
at 8:30 in the Catholic
church at Salem, Rev. Father
D...D'.'n uwvi d I Moore officiating. Mr. and Mrs
t ,. . ... e srcuuaa win wane . laeir iuiuic
D , who hs been residing for about ( ; ... , ..
. t-i , , , , . t UUUJC 1J IUC tdUlldl ...LUC
j bride has a wide, circle of friends on
Snap Lreek, where she has been a
favorite in one'of the oldest and
best known pioneer ' families. The
groom is a. young man of excellent
character and ' industrious habits.
ewes and soo A
lambs. Address J.
breed . lincoln
B. A. CATHEY
Physician & Surgeon
Office, room 14, BanK Bldg. Hoarsi
10 to 12 and a to .
Phone, office 83. Residence 351.
DR. E. E. JACKSON
Veterinary Surgeon & Dentist
Office 1011 Main st lad 204
Residence 1220 4th st Ind 389.
J. FRED STATES
A TTORhb, I -A T-LA W.
G. II. FAHRA,
Physician & Surgeon,
Office tip stairs in Burnett Brick Rea
idence on the corner of Madison and
Seventh Bt. Phone at honse and office.
FOR SALE. Clean vetch and
cheat seed. Matthew Thomson, C.
and E. crossing, Corvallis.
FOR SALE Desirable .house and lot in
Corvallis. Call on or address, Mrs.
Alice YViuks, Corvallis.
FOR SALE. A good farm team, 7 and
8 years old, wpU broke and true, well
matched Call on or address B. Ham
ar, Nashville, Ore.
FOR SALE OR TRADE. No 1 clean
fhnat seed. Phone 51 Mt. View line.
FOR RENT. High grade pianc,
very reasonable. Also good or
gan for rent or sale. 11 if Sixth
St. Phone 366.
ABOUT fifteen Trowbridge pianos hav
been sold and placed in the best homes
: ' in this vicinity in the last 20 days by
H. S. PERNOT,
Physician & Surgeon
Office ove postoGce. 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 drug store.
A new Cecilian piano player, at a
snap. Fisher's Music Store.
Phone to Zierolf now, your or
der fresh Yaquina bay oysters next
Saturday. . ,
at Times Office.
Fresh Yaquina Bay oysters at
Zierolfs every Saturday. Leave
VPeopIe having Second Hand
goods of any kind for sale, drop a
postal to O. Rogoway, Corvallis,
Ore., and he will call.
a year at f nilomatu, Uss been ap
pointed pastor of the Philomath
College congregation for the re
mainder of the conference year.
He has been appointed to 611 the
place to which Rev. Fiitz, of Ohio,
was assigned by the last conference
but who has been unable to move
to the coast. Prof. Bonebrake
was formerly president " of Philo
math College, and more recently
was at the head of ' Campbell C0I7
lege, an institution operated ; in
Kansas by the United. Brethren
' The marriage of. ;Miss A Iva
Mason and Mearl Staines was sol
emnized at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr.' and Mrs. "Ruf us Ma
son, near Philomath Wednesday;
The knot was tied by Elder JoneSj
The groom is a graduate ' of the
normal department of Philomath
College,' in last year's class.: He
has entered the ministry and is to
have a pastorate at Gravel Ford,
Southern Oregon, where they will
reside. The bride is the popular
daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. Rufus
Mason. Mr. and Mrs. Staines left
after the ceremony for Portiand,
to attend the wedding of the groom's
Sister. ; " . ' ., .
They had abig -, coyote chase
out in the Bellfountain and Wil
lamette foothills the other day with
the result that there is one less
varmint to death .and destruction
to the sheep and goat flocks in the
vicinity. Many of,, the " neighbors
took part, having; a packof hounds
in action as- the chief reliance of
the onslaught. - Two coyotes were
started and one of ;them was shot
by Ellis Hammer in John 'Foster's
pasture. The other fled into the
hills pursued by the dogs but , he
succeeded in avoiding ' capture.
About $75 reward is what Mr.
Hammer gets for knocking the
coyote over, the neighborhood hav1
ing joined in the offer of a reward
of about that sum for every one
of the varmints killed. Other
chases andothsc , coyotes are likely
to result from the reward that has
been hung up. " " 1
Rogoway's Second Hand Store.
Have you used ths Economy
fruit jar? If not, see those at Zie
rolPs and you will understand why
so many housewives areusing-tbem.
The Corvallis Lyceum Coarse.
We crnnot in a few lines give an
adequate description of, the talent
that will appear this' season under
the auspices of . the Corvallis
I Lyceum 1 . Clourse. , We can, how
ever, assure our patrons . that the
various lectures and.enterjainments
will be of ; even a. higher grade
than those - of , last , . season. For
detailed information see. descriptive
circulars at Graham and Wortham.s
where season tickets are now on
sale.1' , . v' .' ; v.
WITH EVERY 25 cent purchase
at the Gem Cigar Store a coupon
will be given which entitles the
holder to a chance on a beautiful
- Gold Watch. Drawing will take
place Oct. 29th. !
YOUNG PEOPLE can save from $sO to
' $i00 by "taking their Business or Short
hand training in the Corvullis Business
College, and are more sure of a good
position than if they attend a scbool
in Portland.- Now is the time to en
ter. Day or Night school, r
Corvallis & Eastern
TIME CARD 33
Trairjs From and to Yaquina
Leaves Yaquina 6.55 a. m
Leaves Corvuhis io:4s a. m
Arrives Albany. 11:40 a. m
. Leaves Albanv 12:10 p. m.
Leaves Cot vall;s .- i:05 P- m
Arrives Yaquina 5 :oo p. m
TRAINS TO AND FR03I DETROIT
No 3 '
Leaves Albanv for Detroit. . 7:30 a. m
Arrive Detroit 12:30 p. m
No 4 . ; .
Leaves Detroit ... 1 :oo p. m
Arrive Albany 5:55 p. m
TRAINS FOR CORVALLIS
Leaves Albany 7:05 a. m
Arrives Corvallis 8 :3d a. m
Leaves Albany . ., 3:50 p. m
Arrive Corvallis 4:30 p. m
No 6 . , -
Leaves Albany 7:35 p. m
.Arrives Coivallis... 8:15 p. m
TRAINS FCR ALBANY
Leaves Corvallis , . . .6:30 a. in
'Arrive Albany...; 7:10 a. m
No 9 - .
Leaves Cc rvallis ...... ' 1 ".30 p. m
Arriyes Albany 2:i0 r. m
No 7- ., ..
Leaves Corvallis. 6:00 p. m
Arrive Albany. 6:40 p. m
So 11 ,
Leave Corvallis . '.; . ,. ,' V . . . . !.n:oo a. to
Arrive Albany .n:42 a- m
No 12 ' .;' ' . f'
Leaves Albany . . ......... 12:45 p. m
Arrives Corvallis i i:33P m
A 11 the above connect w&h Southern
Pacific company trains both at Albany
end Corvallis as well as trains for Detroit
giving direct service to Newport and ad-
ianonf- Viiaf.hfc no wpll ns RreitpnhU&h
J - j '
Hot Springs. , ......
Tor further information apply to: ,'
J. C. MAYO, Gen raS Agt
B. H. Boles agt Albany,
H. H. Cronise, at Corvallis.