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About Corvallis gazette. (Corvallis, Benton County, Or.) 1900-1909 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 10, 1905)
iOCAL AND PERSON l
Mrp. D. B. Taylor, of Independ
ence, was a visitor in this city FrL
Hon. Jhn D. Daly. .f Portland
I was in Corvallis, Saturday on busi
"B. Healy was an Albany visitor
n T:li: riln :.. ill of
Tior hlUYia ine. snnt.h of tnwn
, . I Mordaunt Goodnovu-b of Portland
M. 8. WoodcocK was a nusiness arrlwd in ,ni9 eily for a brief buBi
visitor in Portland, Saiurday. it satiirriav
, - . - -
Mis8 F. Brown went to Albany. ... j a
fa Friday for a short visit .will
home of his daughter in Newberg.
Robert M Gellailey, who livep
near Philomath, was a business
visitor in Corvallis last Saturday.
Rev. H. A. Deck returned
Thursday from a' visit in Portland..
His wifa is now visiting friends in
Mr. McDonald, a wide-awake
merchant of Newport was in this
city Friday and Saturday transact
Mr. and Mrs. Will.ard Ireland re
turned to Co. val lis Saturday, ac
companied by Miss El va Taylor of
Samuel Eddy, a student at OAC,
is quite il with tons! litis, on ac
count of which he Mr Saturday for
his home in Kings Valley.
Johnny Wells took the young
Buffurn lad; who was committed
to the Boys and Girls Aid Society,
last Saturday, down to Portland.
The boy is V6 years, of age
Several Corvallis people went to
Portland last Wednesday to hear
the great pianist. Paderweski.
Mrs. J. Mason l-ft last week for
Portland ai d Astoria, where site
wiii visit for a week or so.
Misses Carrie and B ssie Danne
man lft Saturday for an extended
vieit at Clem, Oregon.
L. Hollenberg left Sunday for
Iowa, to settle- up the estate of his
father, who died recently.
Mrs- Jane Harlan hit Sunday
for Holbrook, Neb., where she will
visit relatives and friend-'.
Editor E C' Phelps, of the
Lebanon Criterion, died suddenly
of apoplexy last Wednesday morn
ing at his home in Lebanon.
Mrs. E. W. S. Pratt returned last
Saturday from Blodgett, where she
had been visiting for a week at the
Representative Marion Carter
and Senator Pundersou Avery left
Friday for Salem to attend the
session of the legislature.
The large store of A. M. Reeves
& Co., of Albany, burned last
Thursday night. The total loss
is estimated at between $15,000 and
Following is an official weather
report taken at Bellfountain, for
the year 1904; Rain 140 days;
cloudy 114; clear 94; and Bnow 18
A mail sack of garden seed has
inat. been rpneived at the Gazette
from Senator John H. Mitchell,
ttod are for free distribution, as long
as they hold out.
Prof. E. W. Shaw, formerly
hemist of OAC, but now of the
University of California at Berkely
arrived in Corvallis, Saturday on a
The Toledo Reporter says the
steamer Richardson is to be placed
ia dry dock and thoroughly over
hauled and repaired f jr the coming
heavy summer travel across the
Ernest Miller returned home
Friday from Roseburg, where he
. has been holding down a key for
the Western Union company; He
expects to go to work in the local
telegraph office in this city.
Monroe is to have a Rural Free
Delivery route to go into operation
Fed. 1. The new route will traverse
the Belknap settlement, passing
througn the Hawley neighborhood
wu tcbuiuiug via KilU .uu fraivtwr .
Fish Warden Van Dusen says
Silverside salmon eggs are now
being taken at the Yaquina
hatchery and thus far 2,500,000
eggs have been Becured. Two
million Chinook salmon eggs have
: ateo been taken at that point.
Two new stars are to be added to
the United States flag at the com
ing session of Congress. Oklahoma
and Indian Territory will be ad
' mitted as one. state under the. name
- of Oklahoma, and Arizona and New
Mexico will be admitted as Arizona.
At the meeting last Thursday in
. Albanv. of the Central Willamette
Medici 1 Association, the following
officers were elected: President, B.
A, Cathey. of Corvallis; vice presi
' dent, Dr. Ellis, of Albany; secre
tary, Dr. H . S. Pernot, of Corvallis
treasurer, Dr. Booth, of Lebanon.
Dr. James Withycombe and Prof.
' F. L. Kerit and A. L. Knisely of
OAC, returned Friday" from Jordan,
where they held a farmers' institute
in the Grange hall there. They re
port over 200 people of the vicinity
gathered for . .the occasion, and a
most successful meeting was held.
No. 253 is the lucky number
that drew the $50 diamond ring
given away' by E. W. S. Pratt, the
jeweler, at the drawing. last Fri
day. W. A. Brown who lives near
town was the holder of the lucky
ticket, and the ring was awarded
to him,' He held 75 tickets and it
ia no wonder he drew the premium.
r "Nettie' thet Newsgirl" appeared
at, the Opera House, last. Friday
night before a fair sized and most
jinnreoinr.ive andienrie.t: "The com
vpaay is lone of rare -merit ,;and is
better than 'the average, ; Every
part lfl a star part ana was excep-
: - rin a I itt urai i I airan onn r nara id
;. just .enough; oomedy in the play to
Balance up the neayy trageay. ne
4, The local managers of the Opera
' House deserve credit for bringing
euch excellent organizations to Cor-
allia 'as has appeared here .this j Yaquina City when arrested
Lewis and Clark souvenir gold
dollars make a suitable present
for any occasion. Tieycan be
secured nf Emma B. Thompson, at
the Gazette office.
Dr. Walter M. Ely, of Walla
Walla, and Miss Nora Inele, of
this city, were married in Walla
Walla, Jan. 1. Mrs. Ely is a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Ingle, and has many friends. in this
city. , . .
The Oregon l"gi-lature met in
regular session at Salem yesterr ay.
There is quite a contention for the
presidency of the serate between
Dr. W. Kuykendall, of Eugene,
and C. V. Carter, of Ashland, and
both are confident of winning.
Mr. Wilkins met wi h a painful,
though not serious accident, that
has kept him close at home for
several days. He slipped on the
steps of his office, on Friday morn
ing morning last and feil, striking
heavily on his hip. He is slowly
recovering, but still walking lame,
It looked rather peculiar the
other day to see young boys freely
going into the saloons of this city,
but then they are not saloons any
more since prohibition went into
effect, as now only soft drinks are
sold over the bar behind the swing
ing doors, and there is nothing to
prohibit the youth from frequent
ing these places.
It isn't often that our old friend
"DiHey, the Fixer, ' throws up the
sponge when asked to do a little
job. However, he was obliged to
turn down a contract last week, and
acknowledged that he could not
do it. A couple young ladies of
some bix summers came to him
leading a small dog, and plaintive
ly implored his help. "Please Mr,
Fixer, can't youi put a curl in my
doe's tail so mat tlie fleas can
'loop the loop?"
Last Thursday evening the ladies
dormitory caught fire from one of
the flues, and caused the girls to do
stunts f in voice culture not laid
down in the regular course of OAC
However, their vocal practice
brought Professors Hayward and
Phillips to the. scene, who soon
quieted the fears 5 of the y oun'g
ladies by dousing the blaze with a
few bucketfuls of water. - No
particular damage was done, al.
though it is said to have, been
very narrow escape. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Blake, who
reside near Wells received word
last Tuesday of the serious illness
of Al. Stewart, , at Canyonvule,
They started at once for that pKce
arriving there Wednesday forenoon
Mr. , Blake died on Wednesday
afternoon, but further particulars
were not learned. Mr. Stewart
was fr a numoer, of. years a resi
dent of Benton county; having re
sided a short distance north of town
He is a brother of Mrs . Blake and
acousin of' Mrs.' Minor Swick, of
Sheriff J. H. Ross, of Linceln
county, stopped over: in Corvallis
last Fridny. He was on his way
to Portland "with a young fellow
by the name D.i Jfi. Stmson, whom
he was to deliver to the - Sheriff -of
Clatsop county.' Stinson is wanted
in Astoria to ans wer to a 'charge of
forcerv. He is a" man about 22
years . of age and 'has been in the
employ of the Warrentoh Lumber
company. , of Astoria. , : He was
given a check for $8 ' in payment
of , his, wages, ; and ' .is ' accused of
raising the check to $58." He was
employed . at the railroad Bhopsjin
Mrs. A. ., Barton has been very
sick, but js somewhat improved.
"Mrs. Humphrey and little daugh
ter, Either, of Eugene, are visiting
friends in this -city
Born, .to Mr. and Mth. Grant
Elein, on Siturdny. January 7th, a
Dr. Guthrie, of thif citv, Wf Sst
urny fir Sa tV, where b has a
brother who i vrv ill with cancer.
J H. E twr, .r B Fountain.
was in this c tv y e;dy on bus:-nes-.
Mr8. Shaffr., ff Portland, is
among the la'gcl-Ht who are-at-
tet ding thf f-t on'courpe at OAC.
Yf-terdy iiiorniog there were
506 studeinn . regit Wed at 'OAC,
tfiis being more than regii-Wed
at this time ln-t ier "f
There is qu't a good a' tendance
at" he Fanner-"' ebon course which
slatted yesterday at 0C. A nun.-
ber rf farmers from diff rsnt parts
of the ftite are in attendance.
George Dekum, son of the owner
of the large Dekum' building in
Portland, is in the city in attend
ance at the Farmers short cr.urse,
which opened at college yesterday
morning. ' . ..
JJarold Strong, who has been
bnnkkepper at the Corvail'8 paw
r.ill this wn.W, resigned last week
arid left Saturday for Stanford
Ui iversity, Caiif., to resume hip
Studies He will graduate in the
spring and reiurn toCorvallis.
Charles Barber, an . employe of
Strong's'sawmill in. this ci'y, hap
pened to a very painful accident
Saturday. He had gone upstairs
to oil and look after some shaft? and
connections, and in some way lost
his footing on " the rafter and f3!!
to the floor below, a distance of
some 25 feet, striking several ob
jects in his course downward. The
f id resulted in a broken jaw bone
besides several body oruises.. Dr.
Pernot was called and reduced the
fracture, and at this date the young
fellow is getting along as well as
could be experted. ;
F. P. Shenpgreen left yesterday
morning for Mill Ciy to lay in a
special supply of lumber tor his
plaining mill in this city,
There will be installation of of
ficers, hv the K. O. T. M., Wednes
day night ktii" nil " members" are
wai td to he prese'iit.
Rev. and Mr. G. S O. Humbert,) iA new."Trop.eition; byVan" v' outride
!1U t.lti til ' t'li Cunt.
and visited , over Sunday. " Th.y ed uK the i-'tv c .u.teil Inst night,
now live m Ettzene. Whil- here. 1 O wi--g t,.i of it c n d t.t
. ' -v.v. .K,r iu-)iu n pr'i i n i.rtis i.stl nut Wt-ii I'll
ixev. ana iirp. vj. o u. iiumom, i "A new. riropoeition,
formerly of the Christian church injcomp.i- y. to furnish ,
this city, came down last Saturday'! teV:fdr C .r'valhR,1 was
at the Christ ar church.
pr-fer Fl'I'l ts
The latest wr reports are to the Smi., t .r Koykini sl', of Lire un
eueotrnaT. u jitvin muxes any sort iv. w !
. ui.. .ce.-e . . -.
I reasonable offer for p ace, it w,l
lead to the opening ot negttif.t;ons
with Russia, as that ou try is now
on the eve of a revoluton on ac
count if the masses being againet
the present war. -
Lee H.nes and family, of Wasco,
Oregon, stopped over yefWday and
visited at the home of M. P. Mor
gan. They were eoroute ho ne
from Newport whese they have been
rusticating. Mr. Hinep is one ot
the extensive and prosperous wheat
raisers of Sherman county, and is
a former acquaintance of Mr. and
Mrs. Motgan. -
Prof. J. B Horner sold his
residence ti C. H. Barnell Satur
day, the consideration being $1100.
Mr Barnell has been living in the
E-pey bouse, but iioved Saturday
to tli" Horner- piroerty. . Prof.
Horner in turn' moved into the
E?p-y hou.se which he his rented.
Mr. Barnell is froai LaGrande, and
ha1- three children, a son and two
daughters in college, and decided to
purchase a home, as they expect to
be here four years.
The OAC bafketball team in their
characteristic fast and accurate play
ing, defeated the Monmouth State
Normal school team last Saturday
evening at the Armory in this city,
by a. score of 41 to 9. The Mon
mou'h boys played quite well, but
the Corvallis biys were too much
like the 0A0 football team played
fast and furious, and whetitht-y got
started there was no stepping them.
A large crowd, witnessed the game,
and tne OAC band played several
nice select ons. ... . " -
tf ! tie Pre-id- ni of
Senate, h- having tirokrii the r.Wit-
locfc, ! y K-nuring the vote f . .Jie
man n.ore tran was netded to 1 - ct.
Tiie" tight f,,r .'fpudker veKte?r;:y
hintreil ihi two men, .Jiper uiii
Hunter, f Clackamas, who vvi.n d
not announce liuir intei t:(is.
Mrs, Adams. kn wn to tl'elH'iies
who freqii"nt Newport, as a ts-coer
of embroidery, wd be pleas-il -to
have Corvallis ladies ci 1 at her
rooms, next door north of Pr f.
Lake's, where she has an aw-irt-ment
of linens, c-i;vs and desijinH
not found Hl.y tore in he
vxliey. .W-. in lv, Thurl ys
ai.d Sdturo iv".
For theweek ending Jan. 7, Hi05
Peraoi.s calling "for tlie,s Setters
please state ciate on which tfiv were ad
vetised. TUey witl.tte- i-haraed at the
rate of one cent ea-li:
D Marion Aaron, B A Bal-lwin, F M
Dk'key, Abraham Coon, U V Gantiier,
Lotie Gant, Jotin Garret, Ohas Hols,
E L Heinmingnay, Leis Jnrdon, Mil
ton Rugiiles. Jack Eobirjeti, ('harley
Shinner, E S Willa'.n.
. B. W. Johnson, P M.
Spoiled tier Beauty.
Harriet Howard, of 209 W. 34th St.,
at one time bad her beauty spoiled it.h
skin trouble. She writes: I had Salt
Bhentn or Eczema fo years, but nothing
would cure it until I used Bui'klen'm Ar
nica Salve." A quick and sure healer for
cuts, burns and sores. At 25c at Allen &
i Woodwards drug store. .
Umbrella work t J; K. Berrj .
Bell phone No 341.
Ol ives in buik at P. M. ZierolP-
guarnnteed at J. K
Umbnllas recovertsd and repat'
fd at J.-K. Berry .
Patronize h 'rne industry
valli8 Steam Laundry.
Get your ribs fixed at J. k.
D) not fail t) sen P.
line of holiday china.
Get your school books and schoi,
supplies at Graham & Wells.
Lewis and Clark souvenir plat a
at P. M. Zierolf's,
Si k and woolen goods a specially
at Corvallis Steam Laundry.
dishes at P M
Send your l.nce curtains to Cor
Aallis Sieam Laundrv.
Hay for sale at, Bodi e's
house, old carriage factory,
Beit Yatas arrived home Sun'v
from Vancouver, where he has Vvt-o
reporter for the Portland Joum
At the urgent request of his fPt? ,
W. E Yat.es, Bert, has gwen up i -
pencil temporarily and zone b-
.into his father's law office, in u
" v;8; X. KLINE'S
35fh-dreat January Ol&arano
Has Commenced, and like its thirty-four predecessors, it will continue
until February 1 st, and be conducted on the same broad plans that
have made teem the greotest bargain opportunities of th year.
Shoe Department ;
Everything in Shoes and Slippers for
ladies, men and children at persuading
: 'prices. " , '. - .
"Wool and Silk, in ' the new colors and
styles ''.,"'. '
Reduced from 5.00 to ......... $4 00
. " . " 4 50 to 3 63
" 4.00 to ......... 3.17
" " " 3.50 to 2.92
" . ' , 3 oo to. 2.31
" 2.50 to 1.88
" 200to... 138
" " 1.50 to............. 1.19
2 25 to 98
Black, white and colored dress fabrics,
black and : fancy silks; velvets and
velveteens, at a great sacrifice.
$ .50 values reduced to $ .41
.75 values reduced to 59
1.00 values reduced to. : .83
1.25 values reduced to . 1.04
1.50 values reduced to 1.21
12c Viquna" Cloth reduced to 10c per
yard." ' ' ,
12c Napped Shirting reduced to 10c per
. yard.. ... - . ..
MEN,S BOYS' UNDERWEAR
at greatly reduced prices.
Trunks, 5aas and Suit Cases at Clearance
Sale Prices. .
Toys, Dolls, Games, Etc, at greatly re-
duced prices. . .. - ..
Clearance Sale Prices Prevail on Blan-
, kets, Comforts, White Quilts, Sheets
and Pillow Cases. .
Oar entire" stock of Lace Curtains and
' Carpets and 'Bugs at Clearance Sale
Prices, j- : ..
Every Suit and Overcoat reduced, in-,
eluding the staples Blue. Serges and
Black Unfinished Worsteds. , These
garments were not bought up for this
sale ' but are of the famous Hart.
Schafftier & Marx and Banner
, Brand make. -
$5.00 Men's Suits and Overcoats at J3.94
7;50 ' " ". " 5 98
8.50 ; " , " iv " ' 6 80
9.00 " " ; " ": 7 20
10.00 ," . " " " 8 0Q
12.50 " '". " " 9.98
1350 ... ' "10.60
15 00 " " 2.15
16.50 " . " " 13 25
18.00 ' " ' 14.40
20.00 " " " " " 15 95
$2.50 Boys' and Young Men's Suits re
duced to : . .$1.99
$3.00 Boys' and Young Men's Suits re
duced to ......$2.40
$4.00 Boys' and Young Men's Suits re
duced to .$3.21
$5-00 Boys' and "young Men's Suits re
duced to .'.$3.95
$6.00 Boys' and Young Men's Suits re-
... duced to .i. $4.83
Broken lines of Boys' aud Men' Suits at
Here is your
All of the latest styles
- 2.60 " '
. 5.00 ...:.
will sell all the odd sizes and styles of
Ladies- and Misses' Jackets I have at
$2.00 each. : , j ,
1904-5 Tourist Goats and Jackets, and
, Misses' Coats and Jackets at Big Ke-
9 I 1119
'$1.50......'.. Men's Dress Shirts...... 75o
At a general reduction of . 10 per cent.
A few styles that I will discontinue, at
Clearance Sate Prices prevail in this de
partment, Tbe Black Cat Brand
W ool gloves in plain and fancy colors.
Regular 25, 35, 50c, reduced to 20, 30,
Kid Gloves: 1.25 gloves at $1; $1
. gloves at 90c.
25c Armour's Washing Powder, 3 lbs 15c
15c Rex 100 per cent Lye, 3 cans for 25c
Good Sardines, . . . .... .... .6 cans for 25c
Arm & Hammer Soda. . . . . .4 ptrgs for 25c
Schillins 's Soda. 4 pkgs for 25c
Naptha Soap 4 bars for 25c
. Western Yeast. ... per pkg 3c
IXL Macaroni and Cheese, 3 cans for 25c
IXL Chicken Tamales 3 cans for 25c
Saider's Catsup .large bottle 19c
Bed Ribbon Cond. Cream. . ..per can 10c
. During this great sale Shawls and Fasci
natoas will be closed out Regardless of
: Our Annual Clearance Sale insludes ereTy department of this great: stock, of: good merchandise, and the radical
: reuuctiunis appiy w every urucie excepuiig umy a. icn iiucs iut; -yuccs ui hum luc uiauuituicio uutiui,
:i -.! j -ii . . I .
- . : i - All mail orders receiyed during sale will be filled at Clearance Sale prices.
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R e guiator of
The White House
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winter. . ... r . Sherlfl Koss