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About Corvallis gazette. (Corvallis, Benton County, Or.) 1900-1909 | View Entire Issue (May 8, 1906)
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Prof. T. J. Newbill, ot Indepen
dence was in Corvallis Friday.
A. J. Rich, an OAC student
made a business trip to Portland
O Howard Bush and wife, of Kings
Vallev. were Corvallis visitors
Misses Robena and Etta Smith
of Plymouth, weie among the Cor
yallis visitors hunday.
Miss Madze Baldwin, the steno
grapher at S. L. Kline's, is ill with
an attack of the measles.
Miss Maud Wysong, an OAC
student, was called to her home
near Amity, Friday morning, 01
account ot the illness of her mother
Mrs. Gene Simpson returned Fri
day night from San Francisco
where she had been in search of
relatives. She was met in Albany
by her husband.
The city band played another
fine program on the court yard
grounds Sunday afternoon to the
delight of a large number of people.
These concerts are proving very
r or various reasons, the seniors
have given up the play that had
been decided upon, and it is not yet
certain whether a play will be given
or not. 1 ie play abandoned was
entitled "The Honeymoon."
Miss Etta Smith has been of
fered a trip to Ds Moines, Iowa,
by a wealthy uncle of that city
The young lady is considering the
proposition, and may decide to
spend the summer with her East
S. P. Hunt was a Salem visitor
Friday. He went down to bring
hnmo a nuckboard automobile,
which he expects to use in canvass
ing the country with his patent
washing machine. He traded a
horse and buggy for the auto.
Attorney J F. Yates has con
Ecnttd to be a candidate at the
coming city election for the office
which he now holds, that of police
judge. This election will be held
on Monday, May 21. Mr. Yates
has the endorsement of many
Supt. Denman represented Ben
ton county at a meeting of com
mitteemen of the first congressional
district held in Salem, Saturday.
There is every indication that re
publicans throughout the state are
going to line up and support their
party nominees. i
A ema'l dwelling boupe belonging
to Mrs. Biggs, that has long oc
cupied a position on the E Itin
place, on college hill, was moved
Saturday onto one of Judge
Watter's lots in the north part of
town, where Mrs. Biggs will
hereafter make her home.
George Cross, a deservedly popu
lar student at OAC, while engaged
in thi wood working department,
Friday, had the mirfrtune to cut
his band severely with a rip saw.
The end of the forefinger was clip
ped off, the thumb was badly cut
and the middle finger was severely
The ladies of the Utopian liter
ary society at OAC were given a
trip to Mmtv's Peak Saturday by
th-5 y mng men of the Philadelpbian
society. About fifty were in the
party and the trip was made in
hay racks, hauled by four-horse
teams. A grand time is reported.
The chaperones were Miss Helen
Crawford and Mi3s Aimee Leveret t.
The Maccabee excursion from
Portland, Sunday, was pretty well
patronized. They came up on the
EaB" Si'iu to Albany, thence on the
C. & E. to this city, and down the
"West Side to Portland. This
route makes a loop of the valley
proper and gives an excursionist a
ride of abaut 200 miles. At this
season of the year no more pleasur
able trip could be imagined. The
train of 19 cars was divided into
two sectious and one of the sections
whs drawn by an oil burning
engine, said to have been the first
seen in our city. Although the
train was expected here at 4 o'clock
it was about 5 when it arrived.
Sunday afternoon while driyii g
along on Fifth street, this city, Mr.
and Mrs. Lester Smith had quite
an exciting runaway experience.
From some unknown cause the
bridle came off the buggy horse and
it bolted. Mrs. Smith became
alarmed and jumped from the ve
hicle, Mr. Smith soon following
her lead. Mrs. Smith -had an
ankle quite severely strained and
one cf her elbows badly bruised
and she was carried into the house
ot Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Wellsher and
a local physican called to adminis
ter to her needs. Mr. Smith fared
better. Tne horse ran on north
and at the C. E. Hout corner the
buggy was overturned and the
animal broke loose and ran on into
Jobs Addition, where it was caught.
Joseph Yates was-an Albany
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Starr, of
Bellefountain, were Corvallis visit
Henry Hector left Sunday for
Portland, where he ib to serve on
the federal grand jury.
A. J. Fuller was down town
Friday for the first time since his
recent serious illness with typhoid.
Miss Claire Starr returned Satur
day to his home at Bellefountain.
Soe will not return to college this
Miss Pauline Kline was called
to Portland Thursday by, the
illness of her little nephew, the
eon cf Moses Kline.
Alva Minor and family went
over to Crabtree, Linn county, Sat
urday, to visit a few days with
Mrs. Minor's relatives.
Last week th Corvallis Sawmill
Co. received ten 'carloads of logs
from the vicinity of Blodgett and
they also brought .down a raft vr
two from Fischer's island, so they
are now running full tut.
W. G. Lane will be a candidate
for the office of chief of police of the
City of Corvallis at the coming
municipal election. Mr. Lane has
been well tried in this responsible
position and has not been found
B. vv. Johnson was called to
Portland, Saturday, in order to at
tend a meeting of the finance com
mittee of the grand lodge of the
Knights of Pythias of Oregon, Mr,
Johnson being a member of said
Republicans work for ' Fred C.
Peil for sheriff. He is the right
man for tne place. He is rapidly
making friends in his canvass.
His winning ways and pleasing
t' I ' A 1 .
personality comoine 10 mase mm a
Mrs. Charles Everett moved yes
terday into the house one door
noith of her former residence. The
house vacated by her is to be oc
cupied in a few days by T. K. Faw-
ceit and family, who are to move
back from Portland.
The record and well-known abil
ity of T. T. Vincent is recognized by
all and a more fit man for county
clerk cannot be found in Benton
county. He is courteous and
obliging with all. He is entitled to
the loyal support of all republicans.
Arnold King, who has been for a
ong time a lineman tor tne
udependeat telephone company,
resigned the position a few days ago
to accept a better one with the
new electric light and power oom-
any. The local affair ere in
charge of Guy Clark, who wiil
uow be assisted by Mr. King.
'Governor" Withycombe must
be especially pleased with the
The Party Will Open
the State Campaign
in Corvallis Tues
day Eve., May
ALL STATE CANDIDATES
TO BE HERE.
SPECIAL TRAIN FROM ALBANY
Come Cut and Hear the Good
Speeches, the Band and
HELP MAKE WITHYCOMBE GOVERNOR
harty support of his friends in
Washington and Benton counties
who have lor g known him as one
among them. Where a man's
neighbors stand by him so loyally
it is a sign that he is a pretty good
fellow. The vote in Marion must I
also be a surprise to the doctor. To
defeat as popular man as ex-Gov-l
ernor Geer in bis home county
was unexpected. Forest Grovf i
F. A. Trzier, or ce a resident of
the vicinity of Monroe, aud an
uncle of O A. Tozier of this city,
has written the latter from Santa
Rosa, giving some of his experience
in the earthquake. Mr. Tozier
was sleeping in the third story of
a rooming housn when the shock
came, nd was found, later, in the
basement under eight feet of debris.
It took three hours to dig Mr. Tozur
out, and strange to relate he was
uninjured. He has been working
in California two or three years at
the carpenter trade, but the family
reside at Eugene.
Prof. A. B. Cordlor, of OAC, says
this is the time to spray far codlin
mth. When the fruit trees are in
bloom is the proper time to ninke
your work count. Ten days after
the blossoms have fallen it is too
late. For good results use the fol
lowing formula: Four ounces of
arsenate soda, twelve ounces of
acedate of lead. Dissolve in water
in separate bucket pour together
and you have sufficient arsenate of
lead for fifty gallons of water, and
all you have to do is to pour your
arsenate into the water and stir
There was a jolly time at the A.
O. U. W.- hall Friday evening,
when the members of 60 or more
gave a "smoker." The band was
present' and gave eeveral fine selec
tions, an address by Grand Master
Workman F. Berchtold was much
appreciated, and two recitations by
Archie Van Cleve were enjoyed by
all. The male quartette, composed
of George and Collie Cathey, E. R.
Hughes and Arthur Bpuquet sang,
and a banquet brought the even
ing's entertainment to a close.
Tobacco . pipes and conversation
were features of the evening not to
The Benton County Educational In
stitute is to be held in Corvallis May 8th
and 9th, in the First Presbyterian church
under the auspices of the W. C T. U.
Leader, Mrs. Lucia Faxon AdditOD
State President ot Uragon. The pie-
gram follows :
2:00 p.m. Praise and Prayer, Led
by Local Evangelistic Superintendent
2 :30 p. m. Greeting, by Local President
Introduction of Institute Leader
"Why we are here," Institute Leader
3:00 p. m. "Heredity vs. Environ
ment," Mrs. Emily Lumm
State Sup't of Health and Heredity
:15p.m. 'Medical Temperance",
45 p. m. Parliamentary Lesson
: Institute Leader
15 p.m. "TheW. C. T. TJ. Move
ment," Mrs. J E. Henkle, President
of Philomath W. C. T. TJ.
Announcements and Adjournment
Duet, Mrs. Taylor a d Mrs. Bush
Lecture, "Law, Labor and Finance"
Lucia Faxon Additon
Free Will UTering
9:00 a. m. Devotional Topic, "Tested
Promises," Lender Rev. Green
9:15 a. in. Department Drill, Illustrat
ed : Institute Leader
10 :15 a. m. Business Session
Organization of Benton County
10:45 a. m. "Effective Use of Liter
ature," Mrs, Swann
11:15 a.m. Question Box
Noon Tide Prayer
1 :30 p. m. Prayer
"The Greatest Hindrance to Mis"
sionary Work" Mrs, CauthOrn
p. m. "What Shall we do with the
Tne Church M. S. Bush
2:33 p. m. " Woman in Government"
" Institute Leader
3:00 p.m. "Civic Improvement"
Miss Snell and Others
3:45 p. m. Queetion Box
Music, Mrs. Green
Oregon raised early Dent
for seed see Zierolf.
Let's go fishing-At Hodes Gun
Store. ; Biggest and most complete
line of fishing tackle in ; town. All
kinds of repair work guaranteed.
- Pupils of Miss Helen V. Crawford
and General Taillandier will ap
pear in a joint recital in College
chapel on Friday of this week
May 11. The program will begin
promptly at 8:30 and a small ad-!
mission fee of ten cents will be
charged. From what we gather a
musical program of great excel
lence is promised.
Men Wanted Saw Mill and
Lumber Yard laborers $2.00 per
day. Woodsmen $2.25 to $3.00.
Steady work. At ply to Booth
Kelly Lumber Co., Eugene, O-
During the past few days a base
nan team nas been organized in
tnis city with the calculation tha
dome gt-od games may be player
bere. 1 be team is to be under th
management of Walter Kline. Th
personnel of the team is as follow
Claud Swann, catcher; Billy Col
bert, pitcher: Ralph K;sor, 1st base:
Jim Kead, 2nd base; Ed Pratt, 3rd
base; Tracy Holhsler, short stop;
Bill Butolpb, left field: KratzCro-
nise, center field and Roy Strake,
Give the Corvallis Creamery Co.
a trial on ice and ice cream. 37-40
Homer Lilly has sold his meat
market to J. C Hammel, who will
take charge today or tomorrow.
Mr. Lilly has not determined what
he shall do in future.
Dr. P. T. Starr, Osteopathia.
Office over First National Bank,
Corvallis. Hours 10 to 12 a. m.
if. a mi -i
ana i to 4 P- m. ine doctor is a
recent arrival in our city and re
spectfully solicits consultations
with such people as may be in
need of medical assistance. 37tf
Attorney E. R Bryson was call .-d
to Portland, Sunday, on business.
Ice and ice cream delivered on
Sunday any part of the city by
Corvallis Creamery Co. 37-40
A large assortment of nicely
trimmed hats for children, also a
fine line of hats for old ladies to be
sold at very low prices. Mrs. J.
For ice, ice cream, . water ices,
she'rbetaand bricks call at Corva lis
Creamery Co." Our own delivery.
,; . 37-40
Marcus Ek arrived home Sunday
evening from a trip down the coast
as far south as Eureka, California.
He seems to bold the beet opinion
of fhe Coos Bay country.
Yellow Dnt field corn for seed
Oregon rai(?ed, finest on earth for
8le at Ziero'f'p. 37'f
Special f n.'v orders of icea and
cream put up f r parties UnrvHiIn
Cre&rwpry Co. 37-40
President R ioev?-U ?: Th
iar is no whit teMtr than th- thief.
t put a pr'niutn upn knayery
untruthfu'ly to attack an honest
man, or even witp hysterical exag
geration to assail a bad man with
untruth. Gross and r-ckles as
saults on character, whether -in the
stump or in newspaper, mgziri-,
or book, create a morbid and vicious
public eentid.rrit, nd at th ssra?
time act a? a profound deterrent to
able men of normal peneitivenesp
and tend to prevent them from enter
ing the public service at any price.
Ic and ice cream delivered by
the Corvallis Creamery Co in large
or small quantities to aty part t-f
the city. : 37-40
According to local interpretation
of the lw, Friday, May 4'-h, wsu
the" last day on which candidate
who were successful at the pri
maries for rion.inatiort conl? fil
their acceptance of the same. On
Saturday, V. A. Carter an l Emery
Newton, republican candidates for
state senator and coun'y recorder,
and E. E. Wilson, demoenvtic nomi
nee for county judge, rI! filed their
acceptance, wbioh is held to be one
day late. The matter has been re
ferred to the Attorney-General of
Oregon and his decision will be
Engraved calling cards per 100,
$3 00 and up. Morgan, The Print
er. Corvallis. 29 tf
Notice of Election.
The Imported English Shire Stallion,
w Southill Ranger
Will make the season of 1906 as follows :
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at
Abbott's barn, Corvallis; Fridays and
Saturdays at Monroe, anil Mondays at
Watkins' place, 12 miles South of Cor
vallis. - Southill Banger is a . beautiful
dark dapple bay 17 bands high and
weighs 2150 lbs. Terms : $20 to insure
with foal, or $25 to insure a living colt.
36-43 W. O. BELKNAP, Manager.
Under direction of the Common Coun
cil of the City of Corvallis, notice is here
bv given that a general election will be
held at the City Hall of said City on
Monday, the 21st day of May. A. D.
1906, from 9: 00 o'clock A. M. to 6:00
P. M. of said day for the purpose o' elect
ing the following officers, viz : Chief of
Police, City Treasurer, Police Judge,
One Councilman for the First Ward,
One Councilman for the Second Ward,
and two Councilmen for the Third
Ward; that the Judges and Clerks ap
pointed by the Council to conduct said
election are R. H. Colbert, Caleb Davis
and Joseph Yates, Judges; C. A, Gould
and 8. i. Henderson, Clerks.
Dated at Corvallis Oregon ,
this 8th day of May, 1906.
. J.F. Yates,
Of RALSTON HEALTH SHOES are Bight
The laws that govern foot-structure are
applied to the making of all Ralston
Health Shoes.fi Every part of a Ralstonjs
in proper proportion to every other part.
That means Ralston Health Shoes don't dis- '
tort or vary the natural, structural Hues of
the boot to achieve style. They are the most
stylish shoes on the market, yet they never
depart from the hygienic principle of nature
proportions. Ralstons will feel like home to
your feet. They fit the feet at the start no
need of breaking in.
THE PEOPLE'S STORE.
ESTABLISHED 18G4. CORVALLIS. OR.
II WOOL and WASH DRESS FABRICS
Our first sh!pmentof Woo!, Mshalr, end Wash
Dress Goods has arrived. AU colors, weighs
and weavss, at prices that wiSI tempt all.
New Mercerized Taffeta Checks at 25c per yard.
Wool and Mohair Dress Goods, in Gray, Brown,
Green, Navy, Fancy Mixtures, Check3.and Stripes.
New Dress Linens in White, Gray, Light Blue,
Green and Navy.
New Whi e Mercerized Shirt Waist GoDd?.
New Assortment Embroidered Waist Patterns. -
New Velvets, Collars and Belts.
Remsnibsr, we give 5 psr cznl discount on
all Cash Purchases.
HIGHEST PRICE FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
THE GEM CIGAR STORE
All. first-':!ass cigira and tobacco; whist and pxl
roams. Every; customer treated like a prince.
!'' '- Four doi8 north of postoffice
Ind. Phone 130.
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An $8.00 Leather
For every dollar's worth of goods
purchased at my store you will
get a ticket entitling you to a
chance in the drawing for an ele
gant Suit Ca&e. The more tickets,
the more chances. . Drawing to
take place at my store at 4 p. m.
Saturday, June 9. The cheapest
store in town to buy clothing and
If you suffer from Eheumati-m or
pairs, fur Billnrd's Snnw Liniment. wiJl
bring quick relief. 1c is a sure cure for
Spraina, Rheumatism, Contracted
Muscles and a'l pains and within the
reach of ail Prices 25 -, 50j, $100. C.
R. Srnttb, Teuaba, Tcx. writes: ' lhave
uaed Ballard's Sdo Liniment in my
family foryeara aod have fouBd it a fine
remedy for all pains and aches. I rec
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by Graham & Worrham.
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