The Corvallis times. (Corvallis, Or.) 1888-1909, May 28, 1907, Image 4

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    THE BOGUS PRINCE.
Wednesday Night
This entertaining musical com
edy which comes to the opera house
May 29, is a very merry affair, and
one of the hit of the season. A
large chorus of singing and dancing
girls insures an unusually clever,
performance. The music is de
lightfully catchy, the humor laugh
provoking, and the singing above
the average. The costuming and
scenery are in keeping with the
production. Reserved eatS now
selling. Prices 35, 50 and 75.
Mies G-Jrtrnde Nolan eve h
party Friday evening fjr the 9th
grade cias of the pubiic tcbuo'.s.
Miss Lillian Ranoey rpturn-rl
Sunday evenicg frooa attendant at
he praud lodge o R'iutkafcs at La
Grande. .
P. M. Zieiolf is at his rot. of
duty again after a wvek'e confint
iiifcnt tu his room with rheumatism.
The next annual metirr of tbe
Boys' Conferei:ce is to recur in
Corvallis in May 1908. AttbeS
lem meeting just coLcludeJ, there
was an attenoance of 161
Mr. and Mis. Leu s Bumough
of Euterprise, bave arrived lor a
C mmeocemfnt vWit with Corvall e
relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Logan Hays left
today for Pjrtland, after a visii ot
several ayj at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Will HorniDg.
Mra.A. Hays, who haabfeo a
Corvallis visitor for S'me time, left
today for Spokane, Wath'ng on,
where sha Is to make her home, af
ter a ebort visit at Independence.
Brady Burnett ia to retire as
superintendent of the mouutaim
water works the first of the month,
and '8 to be eucjeeu'ed by Frank
Aldrich.
Jasper Newton, a former B-n-ton
county man, ba-i soli his farm
at Tborntoo, WaBbington, and with
his eon has taken up a homestead
at Cbesaw, the same state.
Fred Parter arrived Saturday
f or a s j iuro atjhome. He has been
traveling for the past three minths
ia Montana, Idabo and o'.her states
in the employ of a Portland electn
cal house.
Forty-five dollars is applicable
to tbe debt on the W. C. T. U.
building as a result ot the entertain
ment recently given. To all who
assisted, the ladie are profoundly
graieiui. ine average weekly at
tendance at the reading room is 120.
C. A. Dobell, wife and children,
and his father and mother arrived
yesterday, and occupies the houe
formerly owned by Prof. McK-llips
00 College hill. Mr. Dobell is 10
be assistant cashier io the Johnson
bank, when it opens July 1st.
In the matter of fancy f took it
ii doubtful if any county in Oregon
can beat Benton, in competitive ex
hibits. Benton farmers are pro
gressive and have been improving
their herds for a long time. The ar
ray of fancy stock that should be
Been at the live stock show on Fri
day and Saturday will be worth
traveling many a mile to see.
The team of the Pblbmath
mail carrier took a spin Saturday
that cleared the streets of Corvallis
for a minute or two. Starting at
the Kaupisch creamery they raced
up paet tne postothce and out to
ward the Methodist church
DON'T BORROW TROUBLE
You will find enough t ouble in life without borrowing.
You can save trouble aud expense by buying Furniture and
House Furnishi- gs of us.
Take life easy. Come around and get one of our
$1.50 z $3.25 Hammcclis
Enjoy the good old summer time on the porch or in the
,. shade of the old apple tree.
See Our Line of Go Carts $2.7 5-$! 3.50
We want you to know that we keep Folding Porch Chairs,
Folding Cots, Settees Camp Goods, and in fact everything that
is needful about the house.
1
LINOLEUM, CARPETS,
ART SQUARES
AND MATTING
are found here with a larger assortment to select from and cheaper
than any other place. Come and see.
Hollenberg & Cady.
r
Growing Fastest vriffl Least Fuss
.. And if you don't believe it, come and see
V B. A.'CATHEY
Physician & Surgeon
BANKING
BY MAIL
YOU MAY KEEP AN ACCOUNT WITH US IN
PORTLAND, OREGON
AND YOUR NEIGHBOR KNOWS NOTHING OF IT
MY MOTTO IS:-"A CUSTOMER NEGLECTED,
ISA CUSTOMER LOST'
I GUARARNTEE YOU HONEST PRICES.
EGGS, Chickens and Butter taken in exchange for mer
chandise, can handle some wheat
VICTOR P. MOSES
DEALER IN EVERYTHING, Corvallis, Oregon.
Office, room 14, BanK Bids'. Hoam
- IO to 13 sod 8 to 4.
Phone, office S 1 a . Residence 1 E 0.
Corvallis, Orvtfoa.
G. It. FA KB A,
Physician & Surgeon,
Office up stairs in Burnett Brick Ties
idence on the comer of -Madison and
Seventh ut. Phoni at hoiise and office.
H. S. PERNOT,
Physician & Surgeon
Office over postoiEc. Residence Cor
Fifth and Jefferson streets. Honrs 10 to
12 a. m., 1 t. 4 p, m. Orclero way t e
ft t Arab s ' v'srn'ii rug ptor .
4
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INTEREST
WRITE FOR OUR BOOKLET ON
BANKING BY MAIL
UNCLE SAM S POST OFFICE MAKES OUR
BANKING Br MAIL SYSTEM A SUCCESS
SAVINGS BANK
OF THE
tCttle Guarantee1 & Crust
Company -
240-244 Washington Street, Cor. Second, Portland, Oregon ,
At Kings-Valley.
Continued from Page I.
There is as ovr eupply ofj work ' ty Cimpny, of Sin Francisco
in the Valley aDd a v ry ebort etip
ply ot laborers, r urteeo-year-oiri
boys are doing men' work acd. get-'Matly. or ttie'United Railroids aod
driver clang to the reins desperate
ly however, and after steering his
hors's between several trucks he
managed floally to stop them after
passing Fourth street. The only
damage was the wear and tear on
tbH nerves of passing pesdestrians
and truck owners.
The fifty prizes to be awarded
in the big live etockahow cn Friday
and Saturday of rjext week ebnald
attract a great many exhibits. They
should, in fact, attract to Corvallis
all the fancy stock in the county,
as well as much from abroad. The
occasion will be taken advantage of
by many to make purchases, and
for this and other reasons there
should be a great crowd in attend
ance. The committee has arranged
to supply pen3 free of charge to ex
hibitors of sheep, goats and hogs.
The excursion annually run to
Newport by the seniors at the col
lege transpired Saturday, and in
point of numbers was the moUsuc-
cessful one that has yet taken place.
About 700 students and others par
ticipated leaving Corvallis early in
the morning) and arriving on the
return trip after eleven p. m. There
were eight coaohes, but even this
was not sufficient ' car accommoda
tion and many had toetand through
out the journey. The day at the
seaside was pleasant and the seaside
and the trip was much enjoyed. A
number of the excursionists failed
to make connections for the return
trip, and had to remain over until
yesterday.
ting bett-tr wages than ain could &
few years ago. Jouu Pace has
found it necessary to increase the
Tne ! wages of tbe roid workerswithteams.
We don't know woetbt-r tbe coun
ty court will Increase the supervi
sor's pay or t ot, but if it dent he if
liable to jump the job and take to
the camps where U ey pay te ter
Wages.
. Ths rain has been of great bene
fit to grain and gardens.
John MeCi.kim ha a large stock
of farm mtciiuery nriiving from
Portland
Wlter Winfo'd' school rl wed
in the valley district last Friday.
Herman Seifert has gold a part of
his farm and given a 30 days option
on tbe ba'a cs of it. He says he
expects to leave tte Valley for
another location whether he sells
tbe remainder or not.
John P. ice ha erected a flee
monument on lis lot in the. Valley
cemetery.
Walter Winf- rd believer a good
buggy to be oDe f ih equipments
of a successful ach .l teaooer.
The boys are all f ling bd be
rause they were r ot S -ifrt Ram.r
dell when be got hi& 1-gbrokt.
President Patrick Cilhoun and
Arsistant President Thornwell Mul
General Ciuo-ei Tiery L. Ford
Land Assistant General Counsel Wil
liam Aoooct, ui . tbat coiporatlon,
appeared iu company with A.A.
Myore and tinnley Mobrev ofthe
Ubi ed Rai'roadt-; Mnritz 'Rien
tba', of Ctiicg", and Eirl Rogfrs,
o' Atige ej, a 1 if whom twill
take ao active part in their defeuse,
Wiii H. Crocker, president of the
Crocter National Bank of this city,
and tVcogo'ZHri as tbe foremost tao
iutf.f f F atw'two, and preei
dr. Hry T. Se-Ht of the pAttfic
Staw Trli-ifb&Be & Telegt-apb Co ,
n(ertd fbt: couftr"Om rid remain
ed for eome titue. Erl Rogers eta t
ed that tney were there to make
good an offer to furnish pergonal
htii, cash or bonds in the sum ot
$060,006 for i Calhoon. Mullally.
Fjrd 1 ni Abbott. ' ' ;
' National Steel . ' Ranges,
Kempin's new store north
Hotel Corvallis.
at
of
Dress Making. Sewing done rea
sonable. Two doors south of the
water works, on First St.' . tf
; . Say! - '
Do you know John Lenger or
No. 9 meets all in and out going
trains? No! Yes and he tends to
all your baggage and small parcels
with prompt delivery.; 'Please call
Res. 251 or office 130. v i .
BEST BREAD and pas'ry can be
uuuuaea at oiarr s iiaxcry.
SLAB WOOD At the Corvallis
sawmill'at $1.50 per load ,' strictly
XV. .. SAJUE Jersey ; Bull,:., three
years pld.eligible toregistry. Gen-
; tie, a fine individual.." Will ex
change for one of equal breeding.
W. F. Curryj Corvallis R.F.D.I.
I i), fly? -:dr,!;,!-ift
The
Expert
Chinese
Are thegraat93t and best selectors of Tea values. They
know good Tea from trie poor and indifferent kinds not
by taste and smell, but by look and toucb. We pride
ourselves upon the exceptionally high grade lines of Teas
and Coffees which we have in stock, and we are sure that
the mo3t captious critic will approve both. They are
great money savers to the householder, too, as a small
quantity goes a long way.
We Are Headquarters For,
Uptons, Teatlys, Folgers, SchillingsTea
HOPES' GROCERY.
PHONE 203.
J. A. WOODS
General Auctioneer. A Square Dea
and charges right
Corvallis, Oregon.
Phone Ind. 384.
Dr; Hanford
Successor to Eowen Lester
Burnett Bldg. Corvallis, Or.
G B Bornitid,
The Grocer.
We are not inclined to spend much time in
writing advertisements we prefer to let our goods
and customers speak for themselves.
tg OUR TRADE IS GROWING FAST.
j WE WANT YOUR TRADE.
g WILL ASSURE SATISFACTION
gv E. B Boming
- - ' - " " -
This Isn't the Place
Where they give something fyghpthing
But, with every 50 cent can of Baking Powder, you
can get FREE the Finest Piece of; Decorated China,
you ever got in this city, :
-I
Come in and be convinced
T. A. Boulden,
' . .. , ' ' " " "" - f ' ' ': - " " ;-
Grocery Store 7 n-.rwj Corvallis,
J. FHED FATES
A TTOR. c, I -A T-LA W.
Zierolf KuildiDg.
E. E. WILSON,
ATTORNEY Al LAW.
F. C. M'Reynolds
Teacher of Violin, Mandolin, Banjo,
Guitar, Viola and "Cello OAC School
of Music. Music furnished for -all ocj
casions. Large or small orchestra.
Willamette' Valley
. Banking Company
Corvallis, Oregon.
RESPONSIBILITY $100,000
Deals in Foreign and Domestic
Exchange.
Bnys County, City and School
Warrants.
Principal Correspondents.
8AI FBA-NCISOO
PORTLAND ( Tha Bnk
SEATTLE f CaUfinnia
TAGUMA 1
NXTW TORK Messrs. J. P. Hortu Co.
CHICAGO Natfonal Bank of The Bepab
Ho.
liOMDOS, ENG. N M Rothw&Udi Dot
CANADA . Cntcv Bank of Ouuii
Not ce of Sale.
Pub ic notice is hereby given, that tbe under ,
(ignml, as the administrator o( the estate ot Pe
ter Wilson, deceased, by virtue of an order ot
the county court of Jackson county. Oregon, sit
ting In probate, said o-der being el dce the 26th
day of April, 1907. will from and alter Monday
the 3d day of June, 1907, ud at and from the
hour ot 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, offor for sale,
and sell all of the liffht. title and interest of the
sal 1 estate in aud to all of the following de
scribed real property, situated in Bentou county.
Oregon, rn-wic:
The North-east quarter o' section IS. in Town
ship 12 South,. Karjge 6 Wort, containing 160
acres.
Said .ale will take place at the law office of E.
E. Wilson in Corvallis, Beuton county, uregon,
and will continue until the highest possible
price has been received for said tract of land,
and said property cold. Bald property will be
sold free from all liens and Incumbrances what
soever. Dated at Corvallis, Oregon, this the 3rd day
ot May, 1907:
D. H. CHEXEY.
Administrator of the estate ot Peter Wilson,
deceased.
Notice to Creditors.
In tbe Matter of the Estate i
of I
Eliza A. KnUht, (ieeeaam, 1
N.i 1'-.? 1- Hereby given to all persons concern
ed int lf:i trddefKlgBed has beea duly appointed
wlinn 1-ir irm of tne evfcite of salt! Eusa A.
Kiiighi. :"teed. by the county court of toe
st ite ol oreeou lor Benton county. All persona
having claims against said estate of Eliza A.
Knight, deceased, are hereby required to pre
sent the same, with proper voucoers therefor,
duly verified as by law required, within six
months from the date herof to the undersigned
aims law omce in uurvauis, ureguu.
DatedAprU 30, 1907. . .
E. E. WILSON,
Administrator ot tbe Estate of Eliza A Knight.
. deceased.
Notice of Final Settlement
In the Hatter of the Estate )
of
James Haycs, deceased. ;
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
administratrix of the estate of James Hayes, de
ceased. ba rilen her final account as Such ad
mlulairatrix with the clerk of the county court,
ol the state ot Oregon, for Benton county, and
the said court has fixed Saturday the 8th day ot
June, 1907, at the beur of ten o'clock la tbe fore
noon as the time, and the county court room in
the court house In Corrallls, Oregon, as the place
for hearing anv and all objections to the said ac
count and for settlement thereof. .
Dated this May 10,1907. , ,
CAROLINE HAYES,
Administratrix of the Estate of James Hayes,
iseceaoea. ' ' .
Chamberlain's Salve.
.. This salve is intended especially fa sow
nipples, burns, frost bites, chappeipandsV
itchii!g..piles,j:hronic sore, eyes, graiiulated
eve lids, old chronic sores and for diseases i
iKe ,cfh,iiiieli is ' tetter, salt rheiiin, 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 25 cents, per box.
1 Try it. For sale by trraham & Wortham.