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About The Corvallis times. (Corvallis, Or.) 1888-1909 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 16, 1906)
Kmily Horgan of Portland
ha arrived end is a guest at the
George R. Hall and daughter
Ma y :eft Thursday tor San Jose,
California, seking medical skill for
the iormer. The malady is sup
posed to be cancer.
Married yesterday at the bride's
parents Mr. and Mrs J. O. Staats in
l)ill sMiss Be tha Scaatsand Bjron
Gill of Airlie.
Born last week to Mr. and
Mrs. Palmer at Biker City a
daughter. .Mrs. Palmer was 'for
merly Miss Jennie Gellatly.
--Will some authority kindly ex
plain th-spelling reformthat makes
" sweet Alice " spell it Alyse?"
The Dales Chronicle.
Harold Woodcock has return
d from a six week's visit at Baker
Mrs J. A. C. Mille is agent
for a collection of books that make
deoirab e Christmas gif s. A phone
will bring her to, your residence.
Independent phone 338.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chip
man were tended a farewe 1 party
bv members of the Washington
logde previous to their departure
for (heir new home. . ,
Toto (aged four) - The earth
don't go round, no it?
Nini ( ag-d live)- Teache' says
It does anrt I beli v her: if the
earth don'i turn, how is it that
very Salurdaj night papa can't
The following subjects will be
discussed next Suoday by Rev. 3.
H. G bbs. pastor of the M. E.
c trch South. At 11 a, m."Wom
an's Work ard Influence." At 7:"
31 p. m. "Prayer." .
,4A Little Faith" is the morn
ing subject at the Presbyterian
church for next Sunday and "Ab
raham the fritnd of God" the eve
ning subject. C. E., mett ng at
6:30 p. m.
L aving dates of the boats are
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
as usual. The Pomona, which ar
rived up for the first, time last Sat
urday is in the service. Mr. Huff
man who was agent last season
Las arrived and resumed his old
position as agent at the docks.
. The Dalles Chronicle: Mr.
Francis J. Henry promises to do
wna' the great San Ftancisco earth
quake could not do- shaka the
Honorable Abraham Ruef ani
fiddle-scraping mayor loose from
W. G. D. Mercer spent two
days in this vicinity this week in
vestigating the grass question. Mr.
Mercer recently purchased a fa'm
near Eugine and has stocked it
h Percheron brood ' mare, of
wh'c 1 he brought $11,000 worth to
the state. He was a guest at the
liome of L. L. B ooks.
Another big prize has been
contributed for next, year's Benton
County fair. It came as a sur.
prise to superintendent Den man
It is from the Butzer Seed Com
ipany of Portland and is as follows:
Seeds to the amount of 2.500 pack
ages will be furnished fogrowin j.
pruduct-i for the fair. This is
equivalent 10 ajgift of $125. In
addition a cash prize of $1 each Jfor
the bust display of flowers, $1 fo
"the best display ot vegetables and
and $5 for the person winning
"the g'eatest number of prizes for
products grown from Buizcr's seeds.
Brooks & irons, Jnurseryn en at
Carlton, Oregon has contributed
two prizes of $5 ech in nursery
stock, as follows, walnut .English,
black or Japanese, or ornamental
.sai-ubbery or berries. Already the
list of prizes foots up more than
5000. Money makes the mare
go, and prizes make the fair go.
As the new pas r.r of the Cor
vallis Baptist church I desire to ex
tend through the colums of the
Times a most cord al invitati nto
the services of this church. Subj
ect for next Sunday morning at
eleven o'clock will be ''Hunger
ing and Thirsting after Righteous
ness." The evening subject:
"Walking With God." A class
for little folks will be organized in
the Sunday school next Sunday
morning. Children who are no
regular attendants elsewhere are
invited to come Persons who
are Baptists or whose sympathies
are with Bptists are specially in
vited and urged to attend this
church. The pastor desires to b -come
acquainted with all such as
soon as possible . Tarry at the
close and make yourself acquaint
ed. It is sincerely hoped that the
services of this church may give
strength for right living, and hope
in the midst of life's conflicts.
Come and spend an hour with us.
You are welcome Frederick W.
Things hava been lost. Read
about them in this paper.
James Flelt's ep'aloed ankle is
so improved that be is able to be
on tbe street with the aid of a
Loi:t articles are advertised for
in the Times "Want" column.
Read about them. Read all the
advertiserrente. They are full of
A score of little folks gave a
birthday pa'ty to Master Glenn
Fruit, Tuesday evening, on the oc
casion of his eighth anniversary. It
was a surprise, and tbe amusements
were games and refreshments.
Wby don't the granges of Ben
ten county take up the matter of
an "open Willamette?" If they
will adopt resolutions urging con
gress to buy the present locks or
build new ones, the Times will pub
lish the resolutions and see that
they reach Washington.
At the Senger home a surprise
party was given by bis parents to
Burt Senger in honor of his 20th
birthday. A score of young people
were present and the features were
games, music . and refreshments.
It occurred last night.
Rev E. D Smith, evangelist,
will arrive touionow, and Sunday
morning he will begin a serifs of
revival meetings in the First Meth
odist church. The subjects for the
doming week will le anooinned
S nday morning.
A Belgium carrot weighing ten
a id one-half pounds is on exhibi
tion at Ibe real estate office of Rob
inson & Stevenson. It . wae raised
on the farm of lra Griggs. .
The tear ball in the Dew Taylor
brick, second floor, has been secured
by Prof. Raymond and . has been
fitted up as a dancing parlor. It
is 65 feet by 23 and has been ad
mirably prepared for . the purpose
to which it is to be devoted. It is
to be given a house warming by a
party this evening.'
Karl Steiwer, a graduate of O.
A. C. with the class of '05, is. re
ported to have received his appoint
ee eut as a lieutenant in tbe Philip
pine constabulary. He waerecom
meoded for tbe position along with
oibtrs by Lieut. Quinlan about a
year ago. His recommendation was
submitted to the department at the
same time with that of Floyd Wil
liams, who went to the Philippines
ae an officer of the constabulary
last January. The appointment
came from the fact of graduation
from 0. A. C. the military training
being in part the reason for the ap
pointment. If the Willamette river were
made free by purcbasa cf the locks
at Oregon City or by the building
of new .ones by the government a
cent and a half a bushel would be
added to the price of wheat grown
in BsDton ' county. Proportionate
amounts would be added to the
price of every other product grown
by the farme.-. It would mean the
distribution of $loo,coo to $2oo,noo
a year among the farmers of the
valley. Why do not the farmers
of the county bold meetings and
protest against continuance of the
condition and petition for redress.
New locks at Oregon City can be
built for $5oo,ooo.
Dr. Charles Lee, who has been
for; twenty odd years a medical
practitioner in Corvallis. was buried
yesterday in Crystal, Laks cemete
ry. The funeral occurred from the
residence, end was under the aus
pices of the Masonic fraternity.
The service was conducted by Dr.
Thompson, and was attended by
many neighbor and friends oi tbe
deceased. There were floral offer
ings in profusion. Dr. Lee, died of
heart disease, after an illness but
of a few days and his passing fell
a a surprise on the community.
He was boro at Hill-boro, Ohio in
June, I85O. ' He was graduated
from Miami medical college with
the degree of M. D. in 1877. He
practiced his profession at New Pe
t rsburg, Ohio, until i884 when be
came to Oregon, settling at Corval
lis. After a year be returned to
Ohio, but after a few months resi
dence there, he returned to Oregon
and began practice at Nswport, re
turning later to CorvaLis where he
has since resided. He was united
ia marriage in 1886 to Miss Etta '
Foster, by wqouq be is survived.
Rogoway's Second Hand Store.
Notice to Creditors.
In the Halter of tbe Estate )
Jasper Hayden, Deceased.)
Notice la hereby given to all persona concerned
that the unrtertlencd has been duly appointed
administratrix ot the estate of Jasper Hayden,
deceased, by tbe county court of the state oi Or
egon for Benton county. All persons having
claims against said estate of Jasper Hayden, de
ceased, are hereby required to present the same
with the proper vouchers duly verified as by law
required within six months from the date here
1 of to the undersigned at her residence In Alsea
IV- Hey in Benton county, Oregon, or.at the law
office of E. E. Wllaon, In Corvallis, Oregon,
Dated November 9, 1906. ,
; .. AGNES HAYDEN,
. Administratrix of the estate of Jasper Hayden,
I deceased. . '. . ' ,
Continued from page I.
lice court ani sentenced by Judge
Cameron to eerve 270 days at the
county rockpile, he remembered
what be had read of the pure fresh
air, the sweet babbling Bull Run
water and the smell of the pines
being tree to all prisoners at, tbe
coomy'e good roads institue.
Visions of heroic deeds in tearing
away the face of tbe 80-foot bluff at
the quarry, establishing a record
for the amount of rock taken out
that would be the envy of all suc
ceeding generations ofrockpile pris
oners and tbe accumulation of
mighty brawn that would make the
wo k of earning a living satm
child's play, flitted athwart the
mental vision of Royal as be listen
ed to Judge Cameron's voice pro
nouncing a cine months' benedic
tion upon him; and he lifted his
head, threw back his thoulders and
was glad for . the kind thoughtful
cess of the county court.:.
On Octobsr 2 Royel went to tbe
rcckpile, For two weeks he swea'
ed and struggled, and tried to make
himself believe he was having a
good time. Thtn he concluded he
was not and sent for his attorney
and directed him to appeal to the
circuit court and learn if there were
cot dome flaw in the proceedings of
the police, court. The appeal was
filed October 1,9 and Royal was
brought back from tbe rockpile to
the jail at the court house to await
The case was called in the circuit
court this mornirjg, but because the
complaining witness is in Eastern
Oregon the trial was continued un
til a week from tomorrow. -Royal
ie thus assured of at least seven
days more awny from the rockpile.
Tacoma, Wash , NiV. I4. Johi
Dje Lewi, a negro of Puyallup
and Maty, Jane Lewis, bis wife,
who is a white woman,-are iu the
county jail tere . and information
has been placed in tbe hands of the
prosecntiDg attorney which may
send both of them to the peniten
tiary. People of Puyallup have
been on tbe verge of mobbing tbe
negro and he is probably safer in
jail than he would be if given his
libeity. ; -
Merely to hold Lewis until he
can be prosecuted on graver charges
he was taken into custody yesterday
charged : with inciting the white
children: of his wife by a former
husband to stealing potatoes. Tbe6e
children are a girl between 13 and
14 years old, and two smaller girls.
The girls ran away, from home and
sought refuge in the home of a
white family of Puyallup. Toe
oldest girl there made disclosures
and tbe Degro's arrest followed. , c.
Assistant Prosecuting Attorney
Gallagher went to Puyallup last
evening and secured information
making the case one of the worst,
he declares, that has come under
his observation. The older girl,
upon whom a surgical operation
has recently been performed, is in a
precarious coudition. The negri is
accused of revolting practices. . Hu
mane officer Brown has taken the
children in charge.
The mother of the children will
be held during the forthcoming tri
al by Attorney Gallagher as acces
sory before the fact,. She is declared-
by the people of Puyallup to
b-; a perverted in nature as her
negro husband. 1 - i
WINTER RATES TO YAQUINA BAY.
Oregon's Great Recreation and Health
Resort at the Newport ' Beaches.
Ticket Sales Resumed Nov.
1st to May 31st, 1907.
As a winter health and recreation resort to
Newport is the one par excellence. Recognizing
this, tbe Southern Pacific and Corvallis & East
ern have resumed the sale of tickets through to
Yaqulna. From all 8. P. points, tickets will be
sold throughout the winter .and spring until
May 31st, every ' " "
Wednesday and Saturday
and from Albany, Corvallis and Philomath on
the Corvallis & Eastern, tickets will be sold to
Yaqulna and Newport DAILY.
The rates will be the same as during the sum
mer, and will be good for return 60 days from
date of sale.
Dr. Minthorn's Sanitary Baths
Will be In operation during the entire winter,
and treatments wlU be given dally.
Other HealthlResorts Closed.
Curing the wluter nearly all other health re
sorts are closed or difficult to retch, and none
of them have the advantages of Newport and
vicinity as regards climate, points of interest.
recreation, and amusement. ' For parties desir
lug to enjoy fishing, hunting, or seeing the
ocean in sunshine or la storm, the famous resort
la unequalled,' the surroundings are ideal
beautiful scenery, climate mild, healthful and
invigorating. Cottages for rent cheap, Freeh
vegetables, milk, honey, fruit at lowest possible
cost, fish and the famous rock oysters to be had
for the trouble of securing them.
.-' Full Information from any S. P. Or O. & E.
Agent, or from the General Passenger Agent of
,' Bate from Corvallis to Yaqulna, $3.25. ,
Kate from Corvallis to Newport 3.7S.
Always found at the store of
VICTOR P. MOSES
Spec ial 5, 10 and 15c
Sale Nov 19 to 24 inc.
Special Sale Rubber
Boots November 17.
Bring all your eggs and butter to
Have You Bought that Winter
If not. come and let us figure with you. We have
a fine line of ready-to-wear clothing also a large line
of samples we take your measure and guarantee a fit.
Give us a call.
A. K. RUSS
The only exclusive Mens Furnishing Store in Town. '
, We are not inclined to spend much time in
writing advertisements we prefer to let our goods
and customers speak for themselves.
OUR TRADE IS GROWING FAST.
WE WANT YOUR TRADE.
WILL ASSURE SATISFACTION
Greatest of all
on the Market :
In Serving. : Can be ;' bought at '
MOSES and get the highest
: : V : : :
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
bus been duly appointed tbe executor of the es
tate ol Ado (Jompton, deceased, by the county
court of the state of Oregon, for Benton county.
All persons having clelms against mid estate
are notified to present the same duly verified as
by law requiied within kix months from the
dnte hareot.to the undersigned at the office ot E.
K. Bryson, In the city ot Coivullls, Oregon
JAMKS i. FLETT,
Executor of the estate of Ann Coinpton, dec'sd
Economy fruit jars at Thatcher
CLOTHES CLEANED and pressed at
lowest prices one door souta of mar
ble shop on Main Btreet, '
B. A. CATHEY
Physician & Surgeon
Office, room 14, BanE Bldg. Honrsi
IO to 12 and 2 to 4.
i Phone, office 83. Residence 351.
DR. E. E. JACKSON
Veterinar" Surgeon & Dentist
O&ce 1011 Main st Ind 204
Residence 1220 4th st Ind 389.
J. A. WOODS
General Auctioneer. A Square Dea
and charges right
J. FRED STATES
G. R. FARRA.
Physician & Surgeon
Office no stairs in Burnett Brick Ra
idence on the corner of Madison and
Seventh st. Phone at honse and office.
H. S. PERNOT,
Physician & Surgeon
Office over postoffice. Residence Cor.
Fifth and TefTerann Htraara. Rnnn mtn
12 a. m., 1 to 4 p. m. .Orders may be
eft at Graham & v-- ham's drug etore.
Leave orders at Zierolfs for fresh
Yaqnina bay oysters for delivery Sat
Rogoway's Second Hand Store.
Fresh Yaquina Bay oysters at
Zierolfs every Saturday. Leave
0. R. N., THE TIME SAVER.
Chicago IX Hours Nearer via this Pop
ular Columbia River Route..
Ft anklin was right when he
said, " Lost time is never found a
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to giving you 200 miles along tne
matchless Columbia River, saves
you 17 hours to Chicago. It is the
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Short Line to Palouse country.
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Short line to the couer d'Alene
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Short Line to Chicago.
Short Line to all points east
Three trains east daily, o:i2"a.
m. and 8:35 p.m. The"Chicago
Portland Special is as fine as the
finest. Every comfort of home.
For particulars ask . any agent of
the Southern Pacific Company or
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