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About Corvallis gazette. (Corvallis, Benton County, Or.) 1900-1909 | View Entire Issue (June 15, 1906)
LOCAL AND PERSONU
Preaching at Oak Ridge next
Sunday at 3 p. m.
Mrs. Homer Lilly is visiting re
latives at Wrenn.
Fred Adams and mother leave
tomorrow for their home in Rose
burg. Dennis Stovall and wife of Grants
Pass are visiting the former's parents
Miss Mary Elgin is vieitiDg
friends in Lebanon a weeic or two.
She lert yesterday.
George von der Hellen returned
Wednesday from a brief visit to
friends at the coast.
Minn ftarland Hill of IndeDen-
dence has been the guest this week
of old friends in this city.. -
George Cathey left Tuesday for
Fort8moutn, to wor during me
8ummer in a jlaning mill. '
Calvin Ingle is to go to Carlton
immerliatelv. where he has accent
ed a position in the Mormon phar
Claude Cate of Hillsboro and his
mother came up to witness the
graduation of Grover Cate, Wed-
Claude Clark, of the Portland Y.
M. fi A . has hean vinitinff Corval
lis friends this week. Mr. Clark is
a former popular Btudent.
MisB Carrie Byerlee of Hood
Kiver has been the guest tor several
days of Corvallis friends. She is
to spend some time at the Whitby
The Sechler residence, recently
purchased by Mrs. Reuben Kiger,
has been repaired, a new porch
added, and the premises otherwise
Mrs, Knapp of Oregon City was
a visitor in Corvallis this week,
having come to witness the gradua
tion from OAC of her only child,
John Knapp, a popular student.
Presbyterian church, M. S. Bush,
pabtor. Bible school, 1U a. m.;
worship, 11 a. m.; subject, "Say
ing the Family." C. E. meeting, 7
p. in.; evening service at 8; sub
Subjects at the Christian church
next Sunday: Morning, "Paying
and Giving;" evening, "Two Bui'd
ers." Every member is urged to
be present at the morning service.
Matters of interest to all will be
A number of men are engaged in
repairing the Kiger house opposite .
the public school building. Thf
dwelling is to be newly papeied and
painted, a front porch 8ddd, and
other repairs made that will make
the property very attractive.
Miss Margare' McCormick, one of
the graduates, left yesterday for hr
home in Lebanon. Hereieter, Mis
Mary McCormick, won out in her
district in the Oregonian contest
last week, and will go to Yellow
stone Parkin July.
Owing to the continued rainy
weather, which renders a grove one
of the most disagreeable places im
aginable, the Iowa picnio has been
postponed until after the Fourth of
July. The exact date is not yet
deeded upon nni if the rain con
tinues it may be necessary to turn
the picnic into a river boating
Before the close of college there
was organized at OAC an agncul
turnl club, composed of students
especially interested in the various
branches of agriculture. Officer?
for the year were elected as follows:
President, P. H. Spillman; 1st vice,
R. W. Allen; 2nd vice, S. L. Bm
nett; eee'y. C- C. Vincent; treas.,
C. G. Browuell.
Tha Pittlurg Dispatch of June
5th contained the following society
item, which will be read with inter
est by the many Corvallis friends
of Mrs. Pressley: "Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. L'tts of Biuuj street cele
brated their crystal wedding last
Saturday evening with a card party.
The house was handsomely decor
ated with spring flowers, including
eyringae?, peonies, honeysuckles
and azaleas. Five tables were
used for euchre. Among the guests
was Mrs. J. A. Pressley of Corval
lis, Oregon, the mother of Mrs.
Letts. Mr. and Mrs. Letts were the
tecipients of many beautiful gifts."
Albert I White, of this city, and
Miss Ethel Case, of Albany, were
married at the home of the bride's
aunt, Mrs. E. C. R9xford, in this
city, Sunday, June 10, 1906, by
Rav. D. C. McFarland. Mr. White
is an employee of the paper mill
company, and th9 happy couple
have takea up their residence in
thia city. They have the best
wishes of many fiieuds in Lebanon
and Albany. Lebanon Express
Advance.. Miss Case is the only
child of Mr. and Mrs. Tarn Case,
for severel years residents of Cor
vallis, and many friends here join
i 2ri 3ria,i33 and congratulations.
Miss Nina Wall ltft Wednesday
for her home in Glendale, Southern
Miss Edna Hibbs of Gaston wss
the guest thia week of her brother,
Hal, of OAC.
Harold Rumbaugh left Wednes
day to spend the summer at bis
home in Albany .
W. H. Robinson- and family are
to leave Tuesday for their old home
in Lisbon, North Dakota.
Miss Lulu Davidson returned to
her noma at Monroe Wednesday,
after a visit with Miss Kate Ger
hard. Miss Juanita Rosendcrf left Wed
nesday for Condon, where she has
accepted a position as stenographer
in a law office. -
Mrs. DuMoulin has purchased a
lot and the bid house known as the
Bill Francisco place, in the northern
part of town. .
Mrs. M. S. Woodcock has been
in Portland this week, attending
the sessions ot the Grand lodge of
E. R. Hughes, whose voice has
been much enjoyed in Corvallis
during the past college year, left
Wednesday for his home in Oregon
The Mrs. Marshall piano recital
takes place the 22nd in the First
Methodist church. She will be as
sisted by some of our best vocai
The morning subject at the First
Methodist church is "Having the
Form of Godliness but not the
Power." Evening, "Sitting at a
Misfles Hav and Ethel Smith rA-
turned yesterday to their home in
fealem, having oeen in Uorvallis to
witness the graduation of their
brother, Ralph. '
Archie Van Cleve received a mes
sage Wednesday announcing the
death at North Yakima, of bis
brother, isert van ieve, a tormer
well known Corvallis boy. Parti
culars were not learned.
The newly elected officers of the
Feronian literary society to serve
far next year are: Preeident Mil
dred Dyer; vice, Georgia White;
sec'y, Cleo Johnson; treas., Mildred
riucnanan; janitor, May Del Heady.
At a recent meetiue the Soro-
sis literary society of OAC elected
the following othcers for next year:
President. Pauline Davis; vice.
Emma Crabill; eec'v. Georgia
Ewing; treas, Belle Bonney; reg
istrar, Vera Allen; janitor, Mabel
Mrs. Marshall ha3 received h?
bronze medal and two diplomas
awarded her by the judges' at the
World s Columbian Exposition of
1S93. She was given these as
an award for her excellenca as a
pianist. Ruck Iiland Journal.
Misses Libbie and Lulu Rice who
have epenl the winter in Corvallis.
keeping "bachelor girl" quarters in
tbeb. Li. Henderson home, moved
to their parent's home wet of town
Wednesday, although Miss Lulu
will remain as bookkeeper for R.
M. wade & Uo.
At a meeting of the athletes of
the Univereiiy of Oregon Tuesdav
afternoon Gordon Moores, the well-
known sprinter, was elected captain
of the track team for 1907. Moores'
home is at Salem. Besides being a
good man on the track team he is
a star foot ball player. Eugene
The first Sunday excursion of the
present season will be sent through
from Albany next Sunday morn
ing and will leave Corvallis at 7:30.
A featare of the day at the seaside
will be a baseball game between
the -'Yaquina Tigers" and the New
port teams. The fare will be the
same as always heretofore.
The OAC faculty members went
down before the seniors in a lively
game of baseball played at OAC
Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
The score was seven to two in favor
of the latter, although the faculty
men played their prettiest. A good
crowd cheered the victors and
laughed at the defeated. An un
fortunate feature of the game was
an accident that befell Wallis
Thompson, one of the seniors. A
ball struck hia right hand in euch
a manner that some of the fingers
were dislocated and it is thought
some of the bones were broken.
The annual souvenir number of
the College Barometer is out, and
it is a very handsome edition in
deed. There are pictures of the
seniors, and with each is given the
student's nickname, his or her am
bition, favorite by-word and failing,
some of which are decidedly "cute."
There are also group pictures of
the various literary societies, others
of the college buildings, some of
scenes about the college and others
of the athletic teams. - The illus
trations and general make-up of
the number render it one of value
and beauty to anyone desiring a
souvenir of the OAC.
THESE ARE PROMOTED.
Honors for Many Students at
OAC The Battalion Changes.
The announcement of the pro
motions of officers and non-commissioned
officers at the Oregon
Agricultural - College is , always
awaited with interest by the en
tire college and is read with es
pecial interest , by the friends
and acquaintances of the young
men in town and elsewhere,, in
county -and state-
The promotions go into effect
at the beginning of college next
September. The list was com
pleted late Tuesday, afternoon
and is as follows:
Colonel M. V, Weatherford.
Lieutenant Colonel N E.
Forsythe. " ;
Major and Res:. Inspector G.
J. Dodson. , '.
Majors C. G. Brownell, S.. H.
Grant..' Captain and Reg Adjutant J.
Captain and Reg. Quarter
master D. R. Groves.
Captain and Reg. Commissary
P. H Ilofer.
Captain and Reg. Medical offi
cer J. R. Leach.
Captains A. K. Berman, C.
H. Stebbinger, R. H. Spillman,
R. W. Allen, D. G. Thayer, R. R.
Selleck, A. R- Barnett, R. W.
First Lieutenants and Battalion
Adjutants D. R. Miller, Fred
First Lieutenant and Regimen
tal Inspector of rifle practice C.
E. Bowen. ,
First Lieutenants W- F. Bell,
C. J. Reiling, 0. R. Spires, L. R.
Metzger, C. O. Dicken, B. S.
Thayer, C. C. Clark, Claude
Second Lieutenants and Bat
talion Quartermasters and Com-
One Day Only I
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Shows 2 and 8
KIW THESES! CSTCr
8k a sdo A-iimiD oca
2 0-FUNNY GL0WN'S-2 0
Lilliputian Performers. Troupes of Acrobats. Scores of
Gymnasts, Bycyclists, Jugglers, Wire cud Rope
Walkers, Necromancers, Atheletes,
and Japanese Performers.
EVERY ACT BRAND NEW
A BIG MORAL SHOW
HIGH SCHOOL RIDING
BRING THE CHILDREN
EVERY ACT A FEATURE
ANIMAL POLICE PATROL
A PLAY ENACTED BY DOGS
ISIS, the TALKINQ MONKEY
Gregory's Royal Italian Banda Rcssa
CDPf? Every Child Attending the Matinee WiJl
JTlJCfC Be Given a Pony Ride, Absolutely Free,
Grand Free Street Parade 11 a. m. Daily
ONE TICKET ADMITS I ALL DEPARTMENTS
i missaries R. H. Grppnbjiw f!
Second Lieutenants Glen De-
Haven, A. L. Applewhite, P. A.
Jones, S. K Bennett, A.: H.
Post, P. C. - Rinehart, L. A.
Thomas. P. M. - Finley, C. . V.
Schrack, A. D. Hill, J. W. Finn.
Mr. and Mrs. William Junkin,
of Portland. Jirrived this week for a
visit at the John' Wyatt home, weBt
of town. Mrs," Junkin" was former
ly Mies Minnie Wyatt. ' : "
. Robert Frances arrived this week
from-Orriville, 'California,'' to" take
his father's place on the Archie
Johnson ranch near Mary's Pea"k
while the latter goes Eat to see a
sister who is seriously ill. v
House to rent;- 'possession June
1st. . Inquire at Allen's drug sto r e
.r: y ;. V . . 44t
There wa a a pretty home
wedding on South Mai street at 3
p. m.,r Tuesday,' when Miss Vinlet
Hathaway became the wife of Ray
Stoner of Big Elk. I The"ceremoy
was, performed by Rev. G. H. Fe eee
of the M. E, church. about 35 rela
tives , being present. Two - little
flower girls, Alberta Dawson and
Myrtle Rexford, attended the brid
and were a pretty part in the ser
vice! ' Mr. and Mrs. Stoner expect
to reside in Corvallis where they
have many friends.
Deadly Serpent Bit is
Are as common in India as are
stomach and liyer disorder with ns. For
the latter however there is a sure rem
edy: Electric Bitters; the greatest re
storative medicine of which S. A. Brown.
of Buoettaville, S. C, says: "Thev re
stored my. wife to perfect health, after
years of suffering with dvspepia and a
enromcauv torpid liver. .Electric Bit
ters care chills and fever.' malaria, bil
liousnes?, lame back, kidney troubles
and bladder disorders' Sold on guar
antee Dy Allen & Woodward, druggist
Death From Lockjaw
Never follows an injury dreesed with
Kucklen's Arnica Salve. Its antiseptic
and healing properties prevent blood-
poisoning. Charles Oswald, merchant of
nensseiaeievine, JN. Y., writes: It
cured Seth Burch, of this place, of the
ugliest sore on his neck I ever saw."
Cures Cuts, Wounds, Burns and Sores.
25c at Allen & Woodward drui store
O'clock p. m.
TRAIPSED SACRED CATTLE
TRAINED TAPIRS 1
TRAINED ANT EATERS
TArNSD DOS JNfMCUS
Of RALSTON HEALTH SHOES are Right
The laws that govern foot-structure are
applied to the making of all Ralston
Health Shoes. Everv "art of a Rajston is
in proner.nronortion to even other nart.
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 STORU.
ESTABLISHED 1864. CORVALLIS. OR.
WOOL and WASH
Our first shipment of Wool, Mohair, and Wash
Dress Goods has arrived. All colors, weights
and weaves, at prices that will tempt all.
New Mercerized Taffeta Checks at 25c per yard.
Wool and Mohair Dress Goods, in Gray, Brown,
Green, Navy, Fancy Mixtures, Checks and Stripes.
Naw Dress Linens in White, Gray, Light Blue,
Green and Navy.
New Whi e Mercerized Shirt Waist Goods.
. New Assortment Embroidered Waist Patterns.
New Velvets, Collars and Belts.
Ramsmbsr, wa giva 5 per cent discount on
ail Cash Ptrrshasss.
HIGHEST PRICE FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
F. L. MILLER,
THE GEM-CIGAR STORE
All first-iilass cigira and tobacco; whist and lp ol
rooms. Every customer treated like a prince.
Took the $8
G. B. CoDnor, R. F. D. No. 2
carrier, held the lucky number. '
We have a few Summer Suits
left which we are offering at 20
per cent discount to close out.
They are bargains. Doit miss
; 'Corvallis, Oregon ;
Four doois north of postoffiee
Iod. Phone 130.
; Have your printing done at the
Gazette office. We give you quick
service and save you money.
Following The Flag
When our soldiers went to Cuba and
the Philippines, health was the
most important consideration. Willis T.
Morgan, retired Commissary Ser
geant U. S. A., of Rural Route 1, Con
cord, N. H., says: "I waa two years in
Cuba and two yeara'iu the PhiHppinep,
and beint; subject to colds, I t"jk Dr.
King'ij New .Discovery for Consuuip.
tion, which kept ms in perfect health.
And now in New Hampshire we find it
the best medicine in t je world for coughs
colds, bronchial tubes and all lung dis
eaee. Guaranteed at Allen & Wood
ward, druggist. Price .50c and $1.00.
Trial bottle free.
Is now merely a memory of the past.
Ballard's Snow Liniment is the family
liniment of the twentieth century. A
positive cure for Rheumatism, Burns,
Cuts, Sprains, Keuralgia, etc. Mr. C.
II. Bunyon, Stanberry, Mo.r writes: "1
have used Snow Liniment for rheuma
tism and all pain. Ian't say enough
in its praise." Sold by Graham &
Wortbam. . . - .