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About The Corvallis times. (Corvallis, Or.) 1888-1909 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 27, 1906)
Notice to Creditors. '
in the Matter at the Estate ) ' ' ' :" ? ' i
:- . of - '- .'
; Jaspeb Hayuen, Deceased.) - ,
Notice la hereby plven to all persona concerned
that the nuceri-lgntd Has been duly appointed
administratrix ot the estate of Jasper Haydftn,
deceased, by the county court ot tne Mate of Or
egon for Benton county. All persons having
claims against said estate ot Jasper Hnyrten, de
ceased, are hereby required to present the same
with the proper v'ouctiers duly verified asbv law
required nltlilu six mouths liom the date herc
c.f to the underpinned at her residence In Alsea
V lley lu Benton county. Oregon. ortat the law
office ol E. E. Wilson, in Cotvallis, Oiegon,
Dated Sovembr a, 1008.
, Administratrix tt the estate of Jasper Hayden,
, deceased. . - - !
WINTER RATES TO YAQUINA BAY.
For advertisements in this column the rate
of 15 cents per line will be charged.
Oregon's Great Recreation and Health
C.. Resort at the Newnort Beaches.;.
Ticket Sales Resumed Nov.
1st to May 31st, 1907. i
Asa twuiui uccmlu auu IOVICDMUU lt.0U.. IAS
' Newport is the ope par excellence. Recognizing
this, the 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 3lst, every s i
' Wednesday and Saturday
;:8Dd from Albany, Coivaliis and Philomath on
the Cervallis & Eastern, tickets will be sold to
Yaqrtna and Newport DAILY. .
The rates will be the same as durlDg the sum
mer, and will be good for return 60 days from
date of sale. ' '. ' ' ' -i
Dr. Minthorn's Sanitary Baths
" Will be in opsration" during the entire winter,;
and treatments will be given daily .
Other HealtlfResorts Closed.
During tne winter nearly ail otner neaitn re
sorts are closed or difficult to reach, and none
of them have the. advantages of Newport and
vicinity as regards climate, potnts of Interest,
- recreation, and amusement; For parties deair
ing to enjoy flshingj . hunting., or seeing the
ocean. fn sunshine or In storm, the famous resort
" ""is" unequalled, the surroundings are ideal
beautiful scenery, climate mild, healthful and
invigorating.; Cottages tor rent cheap, Fresh,
vegetables, milk, honey, .fruit at lowest possible
cost, fish and the famous rock oysters to be had
for the trouble of securing them. I'
Full information from any S. P. or C. & E.
Agent, or from the General Passenger Agent of:
either company - j. , J7, ,1 !
e . Katef rom Corvallis to Yequina, S3.25. f CI
" Rate from Corvallis to Newport $3,f5.
is. the Best -
q Wpnderful Coat Values, $10.56 j
Just received a large shipment of Novelty, Tourist and 50
inch Women's Coats; later! fabrics wHcL we. yvilt place on sale
SATURDAY AT $14.94, Regular"$20.00. . , !
S. L. KLINE
The People's Store.
Jacob Leder and Miss Martha
Heeszel will spenb Thanksgiving
with Albany friends.
The ladies of the Catholic
church have postponed their Ba
zaar from Dec. sth to Dec. i2th.
The OAC second team played
return game of football with the
State Normal at Monmouth Friday,
and won by a -score - of five to
Percy Cupper, T quarterback on
the 1903 football team at O AC; and
a popular graduate, was among
those who came from abroad to see
the football game Saturday.
WhenVYousee it in Our Ad
u5L i t .' i -.- r"
Rogoway's Second Hand Store, t
The First National Bank of Corval
lis, Oregoo, transacts a genera
'conservative banking business.
Loan money on approved secu
rity. Drafts bought arid sold and
money traneferredto the principal
cities of the United States, Eu
rope and foreign countries.
NOTICE. The Corvallis Brick &
Tile Works will not receive orders
for brick until orders already in
are filled.' -
WE CAN FILL your wants: Write
us. Do v ou; want to, sell your
property, farms, or business. Call
On us. We - furnish : partners
; and cash. Loan : your money.
:Sparkman & Company Main St.
1 Corvallis, Oreg. . - 1 "
i a IKafcJMLM
M.de&Gu.ran'te;db If YOU "Wailt
B. Kuppeoheimer 8c Co. ' IV 1 1 va l a-
Amenca s Leading... V- L-...ap, . t. --.. ,
Clethes Maker - "V " " ' '
3 What SmartlyDressed Men WJU
Wear.thisl Season, CALL ON U
Conforming to Fashion's Latest
Decrees, Designedly AatistJTailors
Frshioned by Master Workmen, Are
Some of the Reasons Why
D D. Bermau;has purchased
the interest of Frank Gray in the
mercantile fstablishment of Wellsh-
er & Gray, and the -firm will here
aiter be Wellsher &' Berman. - Mr.
Gray accepted a five acre; tract of
land near town in the deal. The
work of invoicing is now in prog
ress and is expected to be complet
ed this afternoon or tomorrow.
In the circuit court this morn
ing the case against Mrs. Huggins
for alteged illegal administering of
opium to inmates of the poor house
was up for consideration! and was
thrown out o court. A demurrer
interposed for the defense was sus
tained bv the court and the case
dismissed. It appeared from the
argument of counsel that if the
opium had been ministered by a
druggist . the case would have held
but as it was by a third party
which was the guise in which Mrs.
Present weather conditions are
favorable to sewer corfttruction in
the city, Work : on the lateral ex
tending southward along the alley
from the Jefferson street main, to
a point in the ice factory block, is
now progressing satisfactorily and
by the middle of the week the ex
cavating will be complete. On ac
count of rain this sewer has caved
extensively, necessitating a large
amount of extra work. The Zier
olf lateral from the VanBurenmain
northward, is to be the next work
undertaken. Three laterals are al
ready under contract by J. R.
bmith &. Co., - and arrangements
are being perfected for a number of
others. . i - -;
VIn the Year ;20oo'' Corvallis
Lyceum Course, Saturday, Dec. r.
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Rice of
Salem, arrived Sunday, and are
guests at the Milne home. Mr.
Rice is Marion county's assessor.
W. S. Linville was the guest
over Sunday of Carltoo relatives.
"In the Year 2000" Corvallis
Lyceum Co urse. Saturday Dec. 1. '
Ben Elgiu and George Mc
Cutcheon came up .from Carlton
Saturday to see trie OAC U. ofO.
football game, reluming Sunday.
-Mrs. Cator and family request
the Times to express profound
gratitude to neighbors and friends
ior kindness and sympathy in their
-Adam Wilhelm Sr. was in Cor
vallis yesterday enroute to Monroe
from Portland, where he has been
at the bedside of his wife. who
is sick in a Portland hospital..; At
last accounts Mrs. Wilhelm was not
improving as rapidly as expected.
The OAC basket ball girls
played a game with a State Normal
team at Monmouth I'riday night
and won by a score of eight to four
The OAC players were, Miss Hol
gate and Miss Roderick, forwards;
Miss Moore, center; Miss Pelland
and Miss Scoggins, guards.
Ambroise Cain, the 16 year
old boy who was arrested in Salem
and brought to Corvallis for. steal
ing $25 from the dwelling of Bird
Rickard, is to go to the Reform
School. He was arraigned after
the noon hour in the circuit court
today, and ordered committed to the
Reform School. He will be taken
there tomorrow by Sheriff Burnett
THE LEAGUE AT WORK.
Heading a Campaign for an Open Wil
lamette River Enlisting Other Com
The Citizens League hns begun
a campaign for an open Willamette
river. A. memotiai nas Deen lram
ed and adopted, asking congress to
either buy the present canal and
locks or build new onesonthe other
side of the river at Oregon City.
The estimated outside cost is $500,-
000. A copy of the memorial has
been forwarded to all the commer
cial bodies in the valley and Port
land, with the request that similar
action be taken. President John
sou of the League, has also sent a
letter to the newspapers of the re
gion asking them to join in a cam
paign for sprerd of the gospel of
an open river and an unfettered
transportation. As the farmers of
the region are even more concerned
in this scheme by which, the inter
ests of everybody is affected, it is
deemed probable that they will also
join in the movement and do what
they can to add vigor to the cam
The opening of the Willamette
means a cent and a halt added, to
the price of every bushel of wheat
and a corresponding benefit on ev
ery product shipped out, and a pro
portionate reduction in the coit of
every necessity shipped in.
Look for name in strap
Brains evolved the Kendal.
There's not an iota in its
material and make that
craft and that'
experience : .;
h e a v y
ro enjoy the
Copyright, I903, by B: KUPFBNHBXMSR & CO.
Clothing . . . .
; IS THE BEST.
SOLE AGENT -Corvallis,
3 Frank Klecker has disposed of
hig ranch in the upper portion ot
Alsea valley to a timber- syndicate,
The purchase price was $2,000.
Miss Klecker a sister, bas also sold
her ranch adjoining on "the north,
to tne same parties but trie price
has not been made public. These
places were regarded as desirable
on account of timber 011 them. .-
DIED OF LOCKJAW.
Buy your Thanksgiving table
linensand napkins at Nolans, long
range for selection. Special prices
FOR SALE. Clean vetch and
cheat seed. Matthew Thomson, C.
and E. crossing, Corvallis.
OWNER of Portland Real Estae
if you want to sell write me at
once. John B. Matthews, 722
Chamber 'of Commerce, Portland
NEW ADS TODAY.
Funeral Occurred This Afternoon
A. J. Cator His Career.
No Prizes go -with our
Chase & Sanborn Higli
In fact nothing goes with our coffee but cream, sugar and
applied for his
wear the Kendal.-'
. Most styles are $5
.i.-'..'-. ;. sj -: !. -
t, A ft: I i'iT i
J. M. Nolan 6c Son
. Sole agent for. , ; V'- ' K
SanBoh Higli Gpafle'
AnfJsee our-largenew line of Pocket Knives.
Kazorp, Sissors etc. A.iarge line of Footballs
and all kinds of -Sporting Goods- always on hand
UmbrellasCovered and Repaired.
-The family of the aged couple
Mr. and Mrs. John Cams, are as
semuing n re lor a reunion , on
Thanksgiving day. G. A. Cams
of Calif ornii anl P.G. G. Carosof
Washington sons, have arrived
and Mrs. Hattie Taylor of Albany
the only daughter is to be present.
Other y ons ot Lincoln county are
exrected "Wednesday. The children j
ncluding those of Corvallis number
seven. 1 he senior Uarns is 86
years of age, and since the oppor
tunity another full reunion may
not again occur. The family look
foreward to this event wiih real
thanksgiving and a pleasure, which
at the same time must be attended
by a sense of gravity.
The general idea is that con
ditions in tbe Willamette valley are
not suitable for the production of
corn. This notion is pra tically if
not wholly erroceous as has been
demonstrated by ihe production in
various localities in the Willamette
valley, of rrally large crops of good
corn. This season Tohn Whitaker
who lesides ten miles south of
Corvallis raised a crop of corn
which goes far to dispel - the preva
leut notion as regards the produa
tion of the staple here. Mr.' Whita
ker planted fourteen 1 acres ot old
wh-at soil and from this he harv
ested 800 bushels nd left ..upon the
Lockjaw caused the death of A.
J. Cator, who was accidentally shot
at his home near Philomath a week
ago last Wednesday. He died at
nine o'clock at the home of Henry
Gerhard in this city yesterday
morning. He was buried at two
o'clock this afternoon in Neviton
cemetery. The funeral occurred at
Plymouth chapel and was attended
by many neighbors and friends.
The deceased was 56 years of age.
He was born in England in Septem
ber, 1850. He came to the United
States in 1-871, and settled at Wak
field, Kansas. He went to Texas
two years later, and in 1892 he
came with his familv to " Benton
county. He was married at Dodge
City, Kansas, in August 1882 to
Miss Jennie Ludlow, who with four
children survive and mourn the de
ceased. The children are three
sons and one daughter.
Tetanus or lockjaw, appeared in
the case last Friday morning. Up
to that time Mr. Cator had been
progressing rapidly toward recov
ery. As Times readers know he
stood in his home two weeks ago
while his son- and ' a companion
were examining a Winchester'rifie.
The lever was 1 thrown forward.
The gun was supposed to be empty.
A movement--of the lever,- however-
1 threw a: '.cartridge into the barrel
and a moment later there was a re-
port."The bullet passed " trans- FOR
, versely through the joint of Mr. stopk
Cator's ankle. : That was on Wed
D. No. 1. Walter
FOR SALE. Newly finished
6 room house and barn and two
lots with fire garden and frnit.
Close in- very cheap- on easy
terms. Phone - Ind. 149.
FOUND. A telescope valise on
Main street. Owner caa obtain
property by calling ac the resid- -ence
of Miss Maggie Peter-on
two blocks Nortn of Hotel Cor
vallis and paving for this notice.
pair of pi ai form
to Victor Moses.
WANTED. Men to cut 300 cords
of wood by Mike Jv grand. For
information apply at Wm.Broders.
DON'T FORGET the auction sale
each Saturday at the Red Front
LOST. A bunch of keys, vaiuab e
only to tr e owner. Finder plaase
leave at Times office and receive
turkeys of mammo h Bronze
enquire, at Jese Brown's,
grounator nogs what he estiajat-, ,,Klt90 ... Th s
was brought ; io i Corvallis where
medical treatment would be handier.
With the appearance of the lock
jaw the case j became . critical and
yesterday moraing, death came to
the relief of the sufferer. : .'
es to hive been fully 2oo 'bushels".
Mr. Whito ker has grown coi n , in
the East nd he regards his crop
as good for any" country, and ' he
wishes to take ths pains to convince
any doubtful person of the truth 6!
his staterrents as regares the crop.
t The hewl train schedule went
i to effect Sunday. By it the Wtst
side arriving time is fixed at 1145
which is the old schedule in effect
for many years. The . departing
time couduiics at 1:20 , as before,
luc changes are more numerous
on the C. & E. The train for Al
bany and from Yaquina leaves half
an hour later, the deparUng lr!ime
being 11:30. The train that - has
been leaving at 1:30 now goe-; at
12:40, and connects with the over
land for Poitland which leaves at
2:05 and reaches Portland at f.ve
o'clock:; The train which has. i een
coming at 4:0 arrives now at :..
making close connections with the! - .-New,- line , cloaks
overland from the south, at Alban v. , kirts. Rain coats and
FOUND a fountain .pep." By pay
ing, for this notice, owner can secure
same at the office of M. P. Burnett
in court hru?e.
tif Two Evils Choose the Least.
Doctor If you iire to recover, you
ainst. spend tht.:.ue'st three months ift"
traveling. Patieut Cut I can't afford
It, doctor. Dcetor Very well, stay at
borne If you. must. ::nd I vrill v:rft you
daily.: Patiant-Neve- mind, doctor; I
tnink I will travel after cIL
WANTED. Two more car leads
r f vetch seed for Spring delivery,
vetch hay. ' For sile or trade a
6 year old horse, den clover
seeds and 11 kinds of farm seeds,
see samp esatWelslher & Gray's
store. L. L Books.
An Expennivc WeCuins.
, "The bride nearlj fainted during the
ceremony and bad to bo supported by
her father ,uatil it was over.",
': "Yes, and .tow thear her father iB
supporting both of them.".' ' '-
WANTED 20 toi.s of choice bailed
LOST. A brown silk belt with old
fashkned oval gold buckle. Mrs,
C. I. Lewis. City.
One of the best features of the
change is the new overland with
which fairly close 7 connection - is
made by the six o'clock' trains at
Albany, and which stakes the pas
senger into; Portland at ... 11:30-. 1 It
only slops at Albany j Salem, Wood
burn, OregoaGity and Portland. . .
ust, received at Nolans.
, suits, and
:r !;$3.50 for $2.00.
The last opportunity to . obtain
season tickets, forf the. Corvallis
Lyceum Coarse. - At Graham &
FRESH OYSTERS Daily at the
Maqle Shade Lunch Counter.
Patrons should place their orders
half a day in advance. A. Asse I
; Chamberlain's Salve. ,. .'
This salve is intended especially for sore-
1 1 r . 1 . l ....1 L.
itching piles, chronic sore eyes, granulated
eye lids, old chronic sores and for diseases of
the skin, such as tetter, salt rheum, ring
worm, scald head, herpes, barber's itch,
scabies, or. itch and eczema. It . has met
with unparalleled success in the treatment
of these diseases. Price 23 cents per box.
Try it. For sale by Graham & Worthanfc