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About Corvallis gazette. (Corvallis, Benton County, Or.) 1900-1909 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 24, 1905)
10CAL AND PERSONAL
J. M. Nolan went to Portland,
Sunday on business.
Riley Waller spent Sunday at
his home in Albany. ,
G. E. Metcalf of Eugene, was in
this city, Saturday. - '
J. P. Kaifer. of Aderdeen, Wash,
was in this city Saturday.
T4 B. Harris was a business
visitor in Albany, Saturday. -7
Miss Effie Neilson was a visitor
from Albany list Saturday.
S. Z. Evans, of Eugene, was a
business visitor in this city, Satur
day. Mrs. W. M. Thomas, of StByton,
is visiting at the home of Ira Small
man in this city.
Harry Whitman, a former OAC
etudent, was in the city Saturday
There will be a meeting of the
K. O. T. M. Wednesday night, at
which all members are requested to
be present. . ' '
Mrs. V. D. Scobert, who has
been vis:ting friends in this city, re
turned to her home in Eugene, Sat
urday. Clay Rhinehart and Wilbur
Weeks, of Salemj returned home
yeeterday, after a 'few days' visit
with Corvallis friends.
Mrs. M. W. Starr and children
arrived Saturday from Hanford,
California, and are visiting at the
home af Mrs. Starr's brother, T. H.
Wellsher, in this city.
A party of local Mystic Shriners
composed of J. B. Horner, John
Fulton, S. L. Havs and W. E.
Yates, went to Portland, Saturd ay,
to attend a meeting of the order
S. T. Thurston, an extensive
lumber dealer of Eugene, arrived
Saturday for a few days vieitiu
OAC student, and is doing quite
well in the lumber business.
Mr. Buster, a prominent rancher
of the Alsea vally, arrived in Qor
' vallis yesterday, for a brief business
visit. He is an old-time friend of
J. C. Kramer cf the Occidental
clerking in Grant Elgin's bakery,
has accepted a position in the Cor
vallis post office, and Ben Elgin is
expected up from Carlton, to fill
the vacancy in the bakery.
Amos. E. Hyland, the "timber
baron" of Lane county, died Fri
day morning at Oakland. Calii.,
where he was spending the winter
in .; the bopeB of benefitting his
health . He ; is a brother of . Mrs.
Dinges of this 1 city, ' but - resided
near Eugene. Mr. Hyland is said
to have been the largest individual
timber land holder in the ftate of
The first biennial report of the
Oregon State Board of Health has
been issued and a copy sent to this
office. It shows that during the
term, covered the state has been
free from any severe or fatal
epidemic of disease, that such foot
holds as the latter may have gotten
within our borders have been kept
within the localities in which they
first appeared, and that in the main
the amount of epidemic diseases
and the death rate has steadily and
Real estate agent J. L. Lewis
negotiated the sale of two important
properties. One was 200 acrs, 35
acres of which is in hops, being a
portion of the 760 acre farm belong
ing to John Whitaker. J. E
Tiegler, of Gervis, Oregon being
the purchaser, paying $7,250. The
other property was the J. M. Cam
eron place of six lots and a resi
dence in this city, which was bought
by Thomas Fawcett, of Bellf ountain
The household furni tare was includ
edjin the deal and the price paid
was $2200. Mr. Cameron will leave
soon for Pomeroy, Wash., where he
has bought property, and Mr. Faw
cett will move to town as soon as
the house is vacated..
A most enjoyable Q surprise party
was given Mrs. G. S. O. Humbert
in this city Thursday evening at
the home of Mrs. A.' M. Hays,
where Mrs. Humoert is stopping;
A large number of her friends and
former parishoners congregated and
an entertaing evening was passed.
The following impromptu program
was rendered. Vocal, solo and a
recitation,, T..W Dilley J recitation,
' Mrr 5Linvill0; recitation, Mildred
T Porter; experiences and observa
. tions at the St. Louis Fair, Mrs.
Humbert: recitation, Mrs. Porter;
and a selection by the ladies
quartette composed of Mesdames
Fuller, Berman, Handsaker, and
Howard. Mrs. Humbert formerly
resided here and her, husband was
pastor of the Christian church.. She
now resides in Eugene, but is
now occupying the pulpit here
This paper can us some dry fir
wood on subscription.
. George Coote of this city was a
Portland visitor Friday.
M. M. Davis went over to the
bay last week and is looking after
his extensive oyster industry.
G. W. Parker was in Corvi'llis,
Saturday from his ranch near Philo
math. W. P. Lafferty has purchased
the brick livery stable property i.u
this city. - '
Dr. B. A, Cathey went to Port
land, Saturday on a short business
An airship tournament will be
an attraction at the Lewis and
J. M. Cameron and family leave
to jay for their future home at Poiu
eroy Washington. ',
F. L. Miller and Robert John
son spent Friday in Albany attend
ing the poultry show.
Mrs. B. A. Cathey and daughter
Marie, are vhiting friends in
Eugene this week.
The Order of Railway Conductors
will hoid its biennial session at the
Lewis and Clark Fair on May 9.
A petition -for u amendment to
the local option law is being cir
culated in this city, and is finding
many signers. -
The Independent telephone cjm-
pany has-ccnnected tneir line with
Independence, the connection being
tnadj labt week. -Mrs.
N. F. Gillispie and little
daughter, Alta, left Saturday for
Eugene, for a few days' visit with
Mrs W. W. Calkins.
Miss Emma B. Thompson, of the
Gazette force, is quite ill at her
home in this city, being confined to
her bed since last Wednesday .
A, R. McDonald - who lives near
Philomath is preparing to move to
Linn county, where he has owned
a farm for nearly half a century . t
Col. J. K Philips will by re ;
quest address the history clats of
OAC next 1 lursday morning dur
ing history hour on , tne "uauses
that led up to the Civil War.
The supper given last -B'riday
night by the ladies of the Presby
terian church was a highly success
ful affair. The receipts of the
evening were about $70.
Mrs. Belle Bales, of Beaverton,
Oregon, has turned "Carrie Nation"
and smashed the fixtures of a
saloon at that place last Saturday.
Oregon is bound to come to the
front, yet. j
The ladies of the M. E. church
are arranging to give a Martha
Washington tea, February 22, to
celebrate the 25th anniversary of
the Ladies Home Missionary society
of the church. ,
F. O. Gray, whose arrival from
Nebraska was mentioned in the
Gazette last week; has bought Mr.
Milner's interest in the Milner &
Wellsher dry goods store in this
city. Invoicing, the Btock began
A . large . audience attended the
Piano-Lecture Recital by' Prof.
Taillandier, last' Friday evening.
His announcement that another
similar recital would be given in
the near future was enthusiastic
ally received, showing the popu
larity of his recitals.
The Young Men's Christisn Asso
ciation has commenced a campaign
for raising money to build the
association a home at the Oregon
Agricultural College. The boys
will succeed as thev never fail in
anything they' undertake. They
should Buoceed the more in this as
it is a commendable undertaking.
Oregon City Courier.
The Junior Endeavor of the
Presbyterian church, gave a very
enjoyable Bocial Friday evening at
the home of Miss Mary Sutherland.
It was well attended, and the even
ing passed all too quickly as the
games and other amusements were
very enjoyable and caused much
merriment. A ainty lunch was
served at the close, prepared by the
young Misses all by themselves. -
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J. E. Henkle
quite ill for several days with a
severe cold. -
Mrs. Mary Rogers who re
cently arrived in Philomath from
North Dakota, left Friday for a
point in Washington, -where she
will reside with her son. '
Miss Grace Neff who has been
so seriously ill the past two weeks
is gradually improving.
Percy McDonald who received
a painful injury on the jaw while
coasting during the recent snow,
is ' again able to resume his
Guy Frink, the barber, Ti as
been absent from his shop for
the past few days on account of
sickness and during his absence
his place has been ably filled by
W. P. Morris has opened a
blacksmith shop on his property
just east of J. E. Henkle's house
on the Corvallis road and invites
the public to give him a trial.
Mr. Morris was head blacksmith
on the S. P. for two years and is
a first class mechanic.
The primary department of the
public school was dismissed Tues
day on account of the illness of
the teacherj Mrs. Fulkerson.
Installation exercises of the
Zetagathean society took place
in their hall Friday night. The
newly elected officers are as fol
lows: President, Gertrude Weed:
vice president, Ethel White:
secretary, Nellie White; sensor,
Olivia Bond: chaplain, Mrs.
Williams; sergeant-at-arms, Grace
The Christian Endeavor societv
of Philomath College, has pur
chased and placed in the colleee
chapel a handsome set of fifteen
volums of missionary biography.
Items of Interest In and 'Around
the O. A. C.
The OAC basket ball girls
won an easy victory over the
Lebanon girls Friday night bv a
score of 25 to 5.
Prof. Fulton favored, the stud
ents with a solo at chapel Wed
nesday morning, which .was
greatly appreciated and heartily
The Feronian girls entertained
the Lebanon girls after the game
Friday evening, in the Agricult
ural Hall. ' The amusement of
the evening was dancing.
Clay Rhinehart, a member of
the '03 graduating class, visited
with Corvallis-friends Saturday
and Sunday. He is now attend
ing the Salem Business College.
The Feronians and Philadel
phians held a joint meeting Sat
urday night to dedicated their
new society room. A very in
teresting program ot music, reci
tations and stories, was rendered.
The reading of the society papers
and the "Feronia" caused con
Wilbur Weeks, a former OAC
student, but now a student at the
Salem Business College, came
over Friday and visited over Sun
day with Corvallis friends.
The musical Friday evening
was very much enjoyed by the
large crowd who attended. ' It
occurred before the game and
after it all went to the Armory
thus making one of the largest
number that have attended any
game this year.
A recei.-t n-i-ier rec-ived from K
president J. M. Blossof the OAC,
conveys the information that he a; d
his wife expect to visit Oregon this
summer. They .expect .0 leave for
this et ite about the first of June,
and will visit old frienls and take
in th Le.via and Clark Fair as
thf-y pass along. They wili-he
present at the OAC cooimei ce
iiiHut, wher he Wirf8 t niet hp
nanv .f th old students at.d
friends cau inak it convenient
to, be pr'-se'fit. . Hi letter also cm
vi-y; thH i..fr.iatin that Wili
B1088, who Wiil b reuierubere.l bv
all th old - fo, tbail boys, is now
located iri'Coioago g ' d.augh'sman
and civil engiiw.r for a tuanufHct
uring firm t such a salary that
want and th gntt-s f the poor
house are not standing jr in his
immediate front. President Bl -es
will met a warm reception in Cor
vallis from his old friends who are
numbered bv the sore.
Ralph Davidson leaves vd .y tor
his home, at P.rkr, O"egon. Hi
position as assistant operator to S.
L. Hys has been txken by Ernfst
Mil -r who recntlv returned front
Rosnhurff, wher h? was working:
for the Western Union. .
A Grim Tragedy
is daily eiyieteit, in thousands of homes,
as Death " claims, in each one, another
victim of Cpnsntnption o- Pneumonia
But wtaeD Coughs and Col ls are pr per -Iv
treated the tragedy is averted. F. G.
Huntley, ot OaklandoD, Tnd., write :
"Mv wife had the . consumption, 'pd'
three doctors pave her up. Finally td
took Dr..King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, Uouahs and Colds, which
cured her, and today she is well it
strong." It kills the trerms of all din'
ea es.- One dos9 relieves. Guarantee I
atoOi:. and $1 by Allen & Woodward
druggist. Trial bottle tree.
Henry Ambler has been on
the sick list for the past week.
With Royal Baking Powder there is
no miiing with the hands, no sweat of
the brow. Perfect cleanliness, greatest
facility, sweet, clean, healthful food.
Full instructions in the " Royal Baker and Pastry Cook
book" for making all kinds of , bread, biscuit and cake
with Royal Baking Powder. Gratis to any address.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. 100 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK.
35fh-reat January Clearance
Has commenced, and like its thirty-four predecessors, it will continue
until February 1st, and lie conducted on the same broad plans that
have made teem the greotest bargain opportunities of the year.
All members are requested to be
present at the meeting of Corvallis
Lodee No 14. A. F. & A. M. Satur
day nightj Jan. 22, for4he purpose
of .welcoming .-Most ., Worshipful
Grand Master Thomas Gray.
Four Hundred Babies.
St. Vincent's Infant Asylum. Chicago,
shelters homeless waifs-awaiting adop
tion, and there are nearly 400 babies
there. Sister Julia writis: , "I .'cannot
say too much in praise of Foley's Honey
and Tar for coughs, colds, - croup and
whooping cough." Contains no opiates
and is safe and sure. Ask for Foley's
Honey and Tar and insist upon having
it, as it is a sate remedy ana certain in
results. Refuse substitutes. 60 to Gra
ham & Wortham's drug store to get it.
Everything in Shoes and Slippers for
. ladies, men and children at persuading
Wool and Silk, in the new colors and
styles - -. '
Keduced from $5.00 to,-'.. ......... .$4.00
4.50 to.... . . . . ; . , . . 3 63
" 4.00 to 3.17
" 3.50 to 2,92,
" " 3.00.to... 2.31
" ' 2.50 to ....... I . 1.88
2.00to...,.v....... 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
' 12jc Viquna Cloth reduced to 10c per
yard. , - '
12Kc Napped Shirting reduced to 10c per
MEN,S & BOYS' UNDERWEAR
1 at greatly reduced prices. .
. Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases at Clearance
Sale Prices. -Toys,
Dolls, Games, Etc., at greatly re
duced prices. ,;. , v.
Clearance Sale Prices Prevail onBlan
v kets, Comforts, White Quilts, Sheets
. and Pillow Cases.' . , -,.-,.
Our entire stock of Lace Curtains and
Carpets and Bugs at Clearance Sale
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.
Schaftaer & Marx and Banner
" Brand make.
$5.00 Men's Suits and Overcoats at $3.94
7.50 " " : " 5.98
8.50 " " - i " " 6 80
9.00 " ' " " 720
10.00 . , . 8.00
12.50 " ' " " . " " 9.98
13.50 ' " . " i " 10.60
15.00 " . " 12.15
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 BoyB' and Young Men's Suits re
duced to . t. ....... . . . ........ .$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.. .....'....$4.83
Broken lines of Boys' and Men' Suits at
I will sell all the odd sizes . and styles of
LadieB' and Misses' Jackets I have at'
$2.00 each. - t
1904-5 Tourist Coats and Jackets, and
Misses' Coats ' and Jackets at Big Ee
ductions. - m, v- .-.-
All of the latett styles. Here is your
$1.50 Furs..... ...$1.05
2.50 " . 1-75
350 " 2.45
5.00 " 360
7.50 " - 5-85.'
$1.50 ..Men's Dress Shirts 753
At a general reduction of 10 per cent.
A few styles "that I will discontinue at
Clearance Sale Prices prevail in this de
partment. The Black Cat Brand
Wool gloves in plain and fancy colors.
Regular 25, 35, 50e, reduced to 20, 30,
and 42c. .
Kid Gloves: $1.25 gloves at $1; $1
gloves at 90c.
25c Armour's Washing Powder, 3 lbs 15c
15c Bex 100 per cent Lye, 3 cans for 25c
Good Sardines 6 cans for 25c
'Arm & Hammer Soda. . . . . .4pfcgs for 25c
Schilling's Soda..s 4pkgs for25o
Naptha Soap 4 bars for 25c
Western Yeast. .... per pkg 3c
IXL Macaroni and Cheese, 3 cans for 25c
1XL, Chicken Tamales. 3 cans for 25c
Snider'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
Cost. ' ... , .
Our Annual Clearance Sale inshides every department of this peat stock of good .merchandise, and the radical
rediictidns" apply to eTer yJ articre excepting only ' a few lines the , prices of which the manufacturers control.
- AH mail orders received during sale will be filled at Clearance Sale-prices. : , V
Regulator of ,
' Low Prices
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