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About The Corvallis times. (Corvallis, Or.) 1888-1909 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 27, 1906)
Chancy Barclay and Ott Tay
lor were tmong the out of town
peopl ho were attracted
by the Saturdays game.
Dan Cani'ron, a former Cor
vallis resident, now of Ponland.
visited with friend? here Sunnay
J. Cummings of Linn county,
is visiting in Corvallis at the home
of his daughter's, Mrs. George
Miss Edna Laughlin of Yam
hill, arrived Sunday for a visit
with the family of her sister, Mrs.
Alex Rennieend George Kerr
were successful in a hnnt for geese
about the Buttes the last of tte
week. The day's sport netted the
boys twelve fine specimens, geese
are said to be plentiful on the
prairie south of town. - ., '
Harry Waggocer who has
been working at the Coburg saw
mills during the past few months
is here for a short time. Recently
he met with a slight accident, which
incapacited him for work and he is
home for repairs.
N. L. Raber and family are
to shortly occupy the E. W. Fisher
residence at Monroe and Eighth
streets. It is understood that John
Fisher who is an invalid, is to be
cared for by them.
Among former students
who attended Saturday's : same
were Km ! and H-len Stetwer, Dave
Little, Pe-cv Cuper, Eunice Gar
field, M nnie Buxton, Mike Walker
Zophar Tbarp, William Dunlap,
Earl Rinehart, J. D. Jamieson,
W. E. Wiliiams, of Airlia was
an interested spectator at the
football game Saturday , aid he
was fully as demonstrative as up
on similar occasions in the past.
But this game was not as expensive
as many ot those he had witnessed
in the past. When his son Floyd
was playing ball Mr. Williams, it
is said, presented
five dollars for
made by him.
Mr. and Mrs.
the former with
returned Sunday from a vieit to
Joi Graham in Kings Valley. The
latter was brought home recently
from St. Vincent's hospital, where
it will be rememberadhe underweut
a severe surgical operation. He is
not yet able to be up, but it is be
lieved that his condition is impro
ving. Thfre is a treat in store for the
people of Corvallis and vicinity.
An organ recital will be given by
Prol. Taillandier assisted by Miss
Edna J. Sheehy, at the Coagregi
tionsl cHurch, Kriday evening. Dec.
7th. Miss Sr eehy has only lately
come to us from Washington, D. C,
and this will be her first appear
ance on the Coast. The event will
mark an epoch in thi musical his
tory of Corvallis.
Karl Steiwer left today for his
.home near Jefferson, after a visit
'with O. A C. friends since Fri
day. His commission to a lieu ten
ancy in ihe Philippine Constabul
ary has srrived, and he s to sail
from Seattle for Manila December
7th.' Saturday night ; a , .farewell
' party was given in his honor, .at
Ray mo d's ball, whe e dancing
was the amusement: till midnight.
The appointment is the outcome ot
military trainicg riceived at O.A.
C. The Phil ppine Constabulary
is mos ly officered from graduates
of military colleges of th . country
one of which is O. A. C. Floyd
Williams ho went to Manila last
January under a similar appoint
ment is now acting captain and in
command of a company of thecon
: stabulary, drawing a captains ' full
pay, and -expecting an early con
ifirmation of bis rank as. captain.
Mary, the eight-year-otd sister
of Ernest Miller of the Western Un
ion, was operated on at the family
home yesterday fcr appendicitis.
Today her condition is good, and an
early recovery is expected.
What Mother Tells Me.
Whrn Mother was a little maid
She was so very good
I really often think that efce
Must have beea made of
She never, never played a trick
On ber pet pu-sy "Tib";
She would not tease; she would D( t
Tbe tiniest little fib.
She always kept her drtsses clean;
Her curls were brutshed just rigM ;
She never cripd and coaxed that she
Might stay op late at night.
And very often! when I've been
In mischief and, been bad,
I think, "Ain't it an awful ehame
That I took after Dad?"
New line of men and boys suits,
over coats,; rain coats and W. - L.
Dugla s shoes just received at Nolans.
R. H, Kaltz, th piano toner
i3 at Hotel Corvallis for a Jew
Miss Emma Laugblin, of North
Yambil1, arrived Saturday for a
v:sit at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
After a two weeks' visit wi h
Miss M.bel Witbycorxbp, Mies Ilda
Jones returns tomorrow to her home
Mihs Helen Steiwer and broth
er Karl left today for their home
after a several days visit with
Union Thanksgiving services
will be held at the PresbjWlau
rhnrcb Thursday rxornirg at 10:30.
Rev. G. H. Gibbe of the M. E.
church, South, is to deliver the sermon.
Among the Albanyites who at
tended the U. of O. O. A. C. game
Saturday were Misses Emma Sox,
Arlene Train, Frances Nelpnn, Leo
Da Fiancee, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Ir
vine, Fred Weatberford, Earl Fort
miiler, R-.Ha RalfctoD, Neal Murray
aad W. H. Hogan.
Teroah Winfield Scott, of the
O. A. C, graduating . class of t9o4
haa been appointed toa 3d . lieuien
ancyfjn tho Poilipine Constabulary,
and after a visit of a couple of weeks
left Corvallis yetttrday for S-attle,
where he will sail for Mipila on the
5Sth Inst. He will be a passenger
on, the steamer Dakota. His last
jetr in college, Mr. S-iqU wa cap
tain of company "A" O A. C. ca
det regiment, having eucceeded Mr.
Jackson in that position.' ;y
Rev, T. S : Handsaker and
family are to join Thankegiving
day in a family reunion to take
place on the parental farm ier
Eugene, wherein the filtieth anni
versary cf the wedding of the fath
er and mother Handsaker will be
celebrated. Eight sons and daugh
ters will be, present. 1 The elder
Handsaktrs reside in Eugene, but
the celebration will be held on the
old .family homestead becauee of
the happy days of Auld Lang Sjne
-In the 24th annual convention j nst
held at Pnilomatb, Rev. Charles A.
Phipps, fiehj worker . for the state
of Oregon, took a leading part and
was most entertaining, instructive
in bis addresses on leading Sunday
school themes. Revs. Gibbs and
Moses, of C.rvallis, were active
duricg the session and contributed
ytry materially to the interest of
the conversion. A new constitu
tion for the county was, adopted.
The following were elected,, officers
for the ensuing year: President , of
the association, Virgil E. Walters;
vice-president, Walter Wiles; rec.
secretary, Etbel White; statistical
secretary and treasurer, Rev G. H.
Gibbs-; sept, training department,
Prof. Henry Sheak; supt. primary
departuoeat, Mrs Sirah Cdutborn;
supt. home department, Mrs. M.A.
Wright. The following resolutions
were adopted: "In a a much as we
have for pur Held of , labor a strong
temperance county, and as a re-ult
of which we are the recipients of
many special blessings, therefore be
it resolved, That we, as a Sunday
Echool convention, express our . ap
preciation of the International S S.
Association for the highly, instruc
tive and helpful temperance lessens
which they have so carefully pre
pared. 'Resolutions of thauks were
exteLded to the , state S. S. officers
for sending into the field such , an
able .work r as. Rev. Charles A.
Pbipps, to trie citizens oi Philomath
ior coraiauy. receiving acu royaiiy
entertaining delegates from abroad,
and to Prof. Sheak for faithful, and
efficient services as president of tbe
aasoc'.ation and chairman of .the
convention. , . j, ,,.
Watch this space
Something now every week. . J : ;! ' ! ' ,
A Sherman county wheat farm of, 320 acres to ex
change for Benton county dairy or stock ranch. '
A fine 20 acre U act value $1200 adjoining good
town to trade for foot bill ranch. u
A fine home in Portland, value $2500 to trade as part payment cn
a Benton county stock or dairy ranch; .'.
If you have anything to" trade, let us have it. ' .
CTTY MARKER !
Choice Meats iantfGrocenes
Here is a BARGAIN for YOU. ; With every ten dollar
worth of goods purchased from our GROCERY DEPART
MENT before December 1st. we will give, absolutely FREE:
bne pound of good twenty-cent coffee, or one 25c can of guar
anteed K. C. baking powder. , V;i .',. "v '. .x,r Ui,f ,:Cl ;
Hia,rlan & Schwirigler
Continued from page I.
body was discovered were introduc
ed in court, the defendant pucker
ed bis mouth and seemed as it be
was desirous of leaving the room
while the money was being passed
from juror to juror for identifica
tion. The bill-, two of $20 denom
ination and another of $10 denomi
nation, were covered wiib blood and
they were repeatedly referred to as
money whicb. Sidney had stated he
had received from his alleged ac
complice in the crime and had been
taken from tbe dead man.
Policeman McDermolt t elated the
two confessions Sidney Slcane made
to him. In the first one the accus
ed said another man killed James
Sloane, : robbed bim of $5oo and
gave him $50. In the second, ac
cording to McDermott, joim
Sloane admitted his guilt and de
scribed bis ffforts to wipe out the
bloodstains and get the body from
The testimony of today was sub
stantive of the insanity plea. Wit
nesses, followed in rapid eucceeoion,
who teld of Sidney Sloan's excen
tricities and indiscretions, border
ing on insanity, of which he had
been guilty in his early youth. The
strong features introduced by the
defenee in its efforts to prove Sidney
Sloane's mental derangement were:
Rev. Mr. Roberts testified that
Sidney imagined himself a goddess,
and he ran nbked through the
Sloane rfsidence," in the presence
of three women visitors1 and the
witness. J He said Sidney had my
thology read to bim at his' home
when he was about ten jears of age;
that fiO'D observations white at
school and at home,; he had formed
th opinion that Sidney was insane.
Misb May O. B ydstou. bi foi-
mer, scboolttacber, said .Silney
would tit ' sucking a thumb and
drtamlrg, and was not broken of
the habit ven when the witness tied
tbe thumb , with a s ring; that he
was deficient in his learning; and
was only advanced half a year after
spending one year in her class.
, Mi3 Minnie Kllner, who taught
Sloane in kindergarten, says he
would .be tardy an? hour or two
hours, and when reprimanded
would not realize he was late. She
never knew of another child like
Sidney Sloane in ber I5 years' ex-
vcriauue in conducting a kindergar
ten. Professor B. F. Boone said Sid
ney would steal small articles of
wearing apparel from other stud
ents, and the latfr were compelled
to lock their doors. i '
Bos'on, Nov. 23. Mrs. Hatty
G eeii, who is making her residence
here because it is cheaper to board
in Boston than to keen house in
Bellows Falls, Vermont, predicts a
revolution beciuse of the action of
thf trusts. ' . " '. .
It would hardly be expectpd that
tbe richest woman in the United
States would be a trust-buster,' yet
Mrs. Green is egainst trusts. She
thinks them as ; iniquitous as are
"There in going to be a revolution
in this country," said Mrs. Green.
Pt-ople are going to revolt against
oppressions of trusts. There will
be a deluge and these streets will
run with blood.
i "People are gradually finding out
about trusts. When they rtaliz-s
how:. they are ruining the chances
pr people there will b an outbreak,"
When a correspondent asked Mr?
Grcn for the loan of ber photograph
ebe wanted securely nd : asked' ;if
he bad a wa cb. The reporter's
watch, when pubtnUted, was sniffed
at by the wealtbist woman in the
world,: and she then inquired if lbs
reporter bad any money. iFinaliy
she lent : the picture without se
curity, j -. .V ' ' i-
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WE Sell Flour J .
Always found at the store of
VICTOR P. MOSES
Special 5, 10 and 15c
Sale Nov 19 to 24 inc.
Special Sale Rubber
L Boots November 17.
Bring all your eggs and butter to MOSES and get the highest
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.
G. B. giorning,
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. U
WE WANT YOUR TRADE.
WILL ASSURE SATISFACTION U
Greatest of all
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In Serving. Can be bought at
.PHONE 2 0 3,
Mr. J. Mon Foo, an experienced com
pounder of Chinese medicines, successor
to the late Hong Wo Tone, of Albany,
Oregon, is now prepared to furnish Chi
nese medicine to all. The undersigned
recommends him and guarantees satis
Call or write him at No. 117 West Sec
ond Street, Albany, Oregon.
Notice to Creditors.
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned
haa been duly appoiuted the executor ol the es
tate of Ann Cominon, deceased, by the county
court of the statu of Oregon, for Benton countv.
All persons hm-lni; clrlms against said estate
are iiouried topreent the same duly verified as
by law r-quned wltbin t-lx months from the
(into hereor,to the undetsigued at the office ot E.
R. Bryson, tn the -;lty of Coivallts, Oreson.
JAMES 1. FLETT.
Executor ot 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 street.
B. A. CATHEY
Physician & Surgeon
Office, room 14, BanK Bld. Honrti
10 to ta and 2 to 4.
Phone, office 83. Residence 3S1.
DR. E. E. JACKSON
Veterinary" Surgeon & Dentist
O&cc 1011 Main st Ind 204
Residence 1220 4th st Ind 389.
J. A. WOODS
General Auctioneer. A Square Dea
and charges right
J. FRED FATES
A TTORKp, I -A T-LA W.
G. R. FARRAi
Physician & Surgeon,
OfBce np stairs in Burnett Brick Eea
Idence on the coiner of Madison and
Seventh st. Phone at house and office.
H. S. PERNOT,
Physician & Surgeon
Office over postoffice. Residence Cer.
Fifth and Jefferson streets. Hours 10 to
12 a. m., 1 to 4 p. m. Orders may be
eft at Graham & v--ham'a drug store.
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
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