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Corvalxis, Benton County, Oregon, Friday, ; April 21, 1905.
Some Programs Handed
Sacred in Character.
Greeks to see Jesus." An Easter
sermon, services ana music
appropriate to the day. Sunday
School at io o'clock.
Presbyterian church Rev. M.
S. Bush, pastor. Bible School,
ro a. m. The school will have
a special Easter program. Wor
ship ii a. m subject, "Christ,
Sovereign in the Resurrection."
Special Easter music by the
choir. Union meeting of the
Young People's Societies at 6
p. m. Evening service at 7:30,
a cantata by the choir, subject,
"The Easter King."
Easter services will be held at
the Episcopal church on Sunday
next at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
by the Rev. J: T. Simpson, of
Vancouver, Washington. Special
Easter music. A cordial invita
tion to all to attend these services.
OF SPECIAL INTEREST.
Parents' Meeting Held
Southern Benton Last
Chorus ''The King's Entry.",.
Contralto Solo and Chorus "The
iu the Teuiple" .
Tenor Solo and Quartet "The King in
Duet, Quartet and Chorus "The King's
Choral Hymn "The King Crowned
With Thorns." .....
Soprano Solo "The King's Sacrifice.
First Congregational Church
Corvallis, Oregon, program for
the Easter services, 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m.. Edward F. Green,
Organ Voluntary. ..Mrs. Edward P. Green
Doxology and Invocation..
Anthem, VAllelujab, Christ is Risen,"-...
(Mrs. Berchtold and Miss Allen.)
Responsive Reading Congregation
Hymn - Congregation
Solo, "The Holy City,"
Tenor Solo and Chorus "The Kings Mies Agnes von der Hellen.
Victory.' Scrioture Lesson
Quartet "The King's Command." Anthem, "Unto Him Who Loved Us,
Tenor Solo and double Chorus "The Choir
King's Ascension." ... I (Duet, Mrs. Peterson and .Mr. Pernor.)
Bass Solo, Female Trio and Chorus I Notices and Offerings.
An interesting piogram. was
rendered at Belltountain last Sat
urday at the Parents' Meeting.
The Grange united with -the
schools, which did much' to in
crease the interest and attendance.
The large grange hall was filled
at the appointed hour to begin.
It was noticeable that patrons of
the schools from all over the
southern part of the county at
tended. The educational exhibit
sent to ' St Lonis was examined
with much interest by a large CURIOUS EFFECT OF TUNNEL
number of parents. -
Mrs. J. H. Edwards arranged ruai inward a. Oar
Washington will participate. The
above mentioned states are what
may be termed the Pacific Coast
jurisdiction, as there are some
thing like six districts in the
United States represented in the'
national league, v .'..
The winners of. the inter-state
contest next fall will . receive a
cash prize of $100, and will also
have the honor of representing
this jurisdiction at the next, na
tional contest on oratorical-prohibition
lines. The Jast mention
ed contest is to take place in Ne
braska, but it may be a year
hence for ought we know.
Those wishing to pool their wool with
me can do so by reporting the number of
fleeces to me. I will handle yonr wool
and sell to the highest bidder and give
you what there iB in it. . Sacks, fleece
and twine for , sale by me at Kings
Valley. " ' F.J. Chambers.
some special musical numbers.
Besides general singing,' Mrs. J.
H. Edwards rendered a solo, as
did Wilbur Starr and E. H. Bel
knap; there was a duet by Hazel
rtA ii --vl 1 TT'A trro tAc : Tktt roi -
tations deserving special mention certainea8omeseconas before it ia
eomiag Train Entra Long
Subway. v- .
It is a most curious fact, though
it may have escaped general at
tention, that the approach of a
" Will Interest Many.
Every person should know that good
health is impossible if kidneys are de
ranged. Foley's Kidney Cure will cure
kidney and bladder disease in every form;
and will build up and strenghten these
organs so they will perform their fuctions
properly. No danger ofBright's disease nor
diabetes if Foley's Kidney Cure is taken
in time. Sold by Graham & Wortham.
Cheap Sunday Rates Between
Portland and Willamette
were by Thelma and Cecil Graves,
visible to those traveling towards
and Hattie Hamser, and dialogues it .Q an bppojtte. Qirection. The
by pupils of District 23
"The King's Final Glory.
Easter Day will be. observed
at the Christian church as follows.
Sunrise prayermeeting at 6 a., m.,
conducted by the Y. P. S. C. E.
Sunday school at 10 a. m. De
cision day will be observed, and
a special sermon will be preached
to the children at 11 a. mj, sub
ject, "Christ the Good Shepherd"
A special Easter sermon will
be preached at 8 p. m., subject,
"The Great Truth and the Great
Lie.'r Special Easter music
will be rendered by the choir at
both these services. The choir
is now under the direction of Mr.
Hughes, of the Agricultural
College, who is an experienced
chorus leader and by whose help
thev are doing splendid work.
May we not expect a full house
at these services?
" " Frank E. Jones.
The 'Methodist Episcopal
church is noted for its yearly
celebration of Easter Day. Special
services are announced for next
Sunday and the church is also to
be beautifully decorated for the
In the morning three special
musical numbers are to be render
ed by the choir. Solo by Dr,
Cathey, "He Rose From the
Dead;' 'Ladies Quartet; "He is
Risen," by the choir. The
pastor's subject for the sermon
will be, "In the Garden of Lilies."
In the evening a sacred con
cert will be given consisting of
an Easter exercise, "Cross and
Crown," by Prof. Chas. H,
Gabriel, of Chicago, one of the
most noted religious song writers
-of the day. It consists of the
-'The Stone is Rolled Away"
"Rise Glorious Conqueror",
Duet, "The Hill of Calvary,"....;.. .
Miss Edna Allen and Mr. J. C. Knapp
Celebration of the Lord's Supper............
Reception of Members .....
Hymn : ......Congregation
Evening Service Easter Concert.
Gloria -Male Quartet
Children's Bxercises. -
Solo, "Softly Now The Light of Day."....
Miss Hettie Lilly
Responsive Reading- ...Congregation
Solo, "Upheld," -Mrs. F. Berchtold
Male Quartet, "Low In The Grave He
Messrs. Knap, Ingle, Shtlleck, Hill
Solo, "Sun of My Soul," .Miss E. Allen
Solo'Resurreetion ". . . ....Mrs. Peterson
Anthem, "Let Mount Zion Rejoice,".
Solo...; ...Mr. Knapp
Solo, "'The Plains of Peace,"
-Miss Von der Hellen
Mrs. F. Berchtold, Mrs. Peterson, Misses
Allen, Lilly) Huff, Hill, von der Heller,
Fowells, Richards. Adams, Messrs. Per-
not, Knapp. Wall, Nichols, Kent, HU1,
Ingle, Selleck, Wyatt. v
length of a tunnel is no obstacle to
rs T 1 4.1
pupt lAumdn uegan me morn- reaiizatiorj of this curious r,h.
ing's wore wim a lauc on ;vtiow nomGnon. and comrjres8ed air is.
to Get There " J, H. Edwards the medium which produces thiB
followed with an interesting and peculiar under-water sensa
pleasant talk on "Farm Life Vs tion With0ut any warning the
City Life-'V In an interesting nf Thp pap ia nmstfica
manner he presented some good ,
reasons why farm life was more pressed inwards the moment the
adapted to produce better citizen- locomotive of the other train en-
ship. ters the tunnel (which for all
"Choosing a Vocation," was practical purposes is only a large
ably presented by E. H. Bel- tube), owing to the now limited
knap. Mr. Belknap is one of the air space. Many persons must
best public speakers in the coun- have noticed this peculiar feeling
ty, and in an eloquent way he in the ears without giving the
handled his subject, giving ex- matter a second thought.
cellent advice to the young. M-
M. Waltz, in his talk on "Char
acter as an Element of Success,"
Low round trip rates have been placed
n effect between Portland and Willam
ette Valley points, id either direction.
Tickets will be sold
. SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS,
and limited to return on or before the
Rate to or From Corvallis, $3.00.
Call on Southern Paeific Go's Agents
0. C. & T. STEAMERS
Steamer- Pomona, leaves Cor
vallis, Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays, for Portland and all
way points. For rates, etc,
A. J. SHIRLEY, Agent.
. Boats leave for Portland and
way stations at6 a. m. ;
All the local news all ef the
time, with a large amount of
Trawling Fleet Mission Ship. '
The British trawling fleet in the
To Plant Eastern Oysters.
Some time ago Dr. M. M..
Davis, of this city, ordered a
carload of young Eastern oysters
with the intention of transplant
ing them in the Yaquina bay
oyster beds. A day or two ago,
"doc" received a telegram in
forming him that his carload of
little bivalves had passed Den
ver, Colorado. ' -
They may be expected now at
any time, and on their arrival in
this city Dr. Davis will proceed
to Yaquina with the car and
jcbuo jjivm - 1 . - , , . ,
Hosanna"......... superintend the sowing or plant-
"Christ Died for Me" ........................... gi ot tne oysters.
"Tne Shadows Lay Deep"-................... It is understood that Eastern
Truth" , ............ oysters were tried in these waters
"He Lives Again"..-..- once before, nut for some reason
"Easter Morning," did not do well. Dr.. Davis says
Some of the little folks and that he has discovered spat of
young people or tne Caunday Eastern oysters that were form
School are to intersperse the erly planted in the Yaquina beds
musical program with appropriate and this is what gives him the
recitations. The exercises begin greatest encouragement
"""" '"yv" 5"" jsortn sea mignt De liKenea to a
character. His remarks were full flnatino- tn Tt nnswiikps ail iin
of inspiration and advice to the creature comforts and , spiritual
young. "Keeping up Enthusi- guidance is not neglected. With
asm in the SchooP' could not the fleet is a mission vessel upon
have been presented in a stronger wnich religious services are held,
manner than was done by Mrs. On the wheel of the mission ship is
Eda Belknap. Being a teacher inscribed: "Jesus said: 'Follow
of large experience, and especial- me and I will make you fishers of
ly being one of Benton's best and men.' This boat is said to be
most successful teachers, she knew- unique among fishermen. Chica
what to say and how to say 4L 'go Chronicle.
The dinner needs special men-.
tion. We presume our good cooks! ut...i c-j cn-,,
Southern Benton read our write-1 .
up of the good work done by the! ?Z7o SV;
rnuomam laaies.ai me rarenis
Meeting held there last month,
and tried to surpass them. Judg
ing the two spreads, it would be
hard to tell which was the better.
We will, not try to solve such a
difficult problem until further ex
perience has been undergone.
Arrangements are being made
for a rousing time in Alsea on the
last Saturday in Mav bv Supt.i
Denman. He has already secur
ed some excellent help. - Hon.
E. H. Belknap, Dr James Withy
combe, and T. T.Vincent will be
on the program. ' -Such excellent
speakers insures one of the best
meetings ever . held in Alsea.
With the parents' meeting m Al
sea, will close the'parents' meet
ings for this year. . Inall.Supt.
Denman has held five. He is the
only superintendent holding such
meetings. Experience has proven
these meetings to be just the
promptly at 7:30.
Rev. Hurd, the new pastor of
the United Evangelical church,
will deliver his first sermon in
this city next Sabbath morning,
also in the evening at 8 o'clock.
The Young People's Societies
of the various churches of the
city will hold union services at
the Presbvtenan church, next
Sunday evening at 6:30. Rev.
Hard, of the United Evangelical
church, will be the leader in the
The subject , at the M. E.
church, South, Sunday morning
will be .The Petition of Certain
SJne can suggest no good rea
son why these oysters from the
East should not do well here if
properly planted. . ; Surely it is
hoped that they may do excel
lently, for it will prove a great
industry in a few years. We
understand that in planting
these little lellows a boat is
rowed over the beds selected and
the oysters sowed on the water
as one would sow grain. Sue
cess to "doc" and his Eastern
oysters. " Y? . :
; The car is expected to ' arrive
in Portland today. It contains
about 170 barrels arid there are
from 10,000 to 15,000 oysters in
a barrel. Now, how many
oysters will "doc" have?
son. of IjUIh, Miss., took Dr. King's New
Life Pills, "with the result," lie wnun).
"that I was enre." All stomacli and
bowl disorders give vrav to their tonic,
lxxaiive properties 25c at Allen ft
A Daredevil Ride
often ends in a ssd accident. . To heal
accidental injuiies use Bucklea's Arnica
Salve. "A deep wound in my foo , from
an accident," writes Theodore Schuele,
of Columbup, O., "Caused me great
pain. Phyricims were helpless, but
Jbuckleu's Arnica halve quickly healed
ir." Soothes and heals burns like magic.
25c at Allen & Woodward, druggists.
A twice-a-week newspaper
containing 72 columa each
week of the current news of
Cornice, Roofing, (guttering,
and all kinds of Sheet Metal
F. A. Hencye
In connection with J. H.
ak Kldnevs and Gladde- Riohl
An interesting serial story
running every week in the
thing to interest parents, and
arouse greater enthusiasm and in
terest in the schools of the coun
ty. In the place of parents'
meetings, Supt. Denman is ar
ranging to hold a number ot
school picnics this spring. '
From O. A. C.
As . a result . of her success in
the-recent state prohibition con
test at McMinnville, Miss Alice
Wicklund, of O AC, will have the
honor of being one of two from
this state to enter the inter-state
contest at the Exposition this
fall . Chester P. Gates, ot Dal
las, will be her state mate in the
contest --.V ;. ...
This contest will likelv ocur
some time in September and two
representatives from each of the
states of Oregon. California and
A Good Idea is that It
Hollenberg & Cady for all General House Furnishing
Goods, Carpets, Mattings, Etc. . Always something new
at this store. A
New Extension Woven Wire Spring
Is one of the latest attractions. Do you need a Bed
Lounge or Couch? We have some nice ones in valour
and we guarantee the quality and price. Some new
patterns of Linoleum, Rugs and Art Squares, just re
ceived. Te-i.j Hammocks, and Camp Goods always on