Corvallis gazette. (Corvallis, Benton County, Or.) 1900-1909, July 03, 1906, Page 3, Image 3

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    .LOCAL AMD PERSONAL
Mrs. Carrie Reeves and child left
Sunday forSalem to reside.
Stroata of Summit waa a
Curvallis visitor the last of the
week.
Mrs. Fish of Lincoln county was
visiting friends 'in the county the
last of the week.
Geoiee Cathey left Friday to
epend the summer in Portland, pur-
euing his studies.
Mrs. Fred Ingle left yeBterday for
Portland, after a visit at the J. W
Ingle home in this city.
Miss Georgia Newbury of Port
land is a guest of her aunt, Mrs. T.
H-Crawford in this city.
Tom Cams and' family moved
the last of the week into the A. Pe
terson house on ninth street, near
the Bogue home.
Mrs. S. T. Jeffrys of Portland
arrived the last of the week for a
visit with friends. She left Friday
for Teledo, to visit friends there.
Clark Munday is clerking at the
Graham & Wortham drug Btore.
Clark is an OAC student, and is de
sirous of gaining practical experience.
Mr. . and Mrs. Luce left Friday
for Oregon City, where they are to
reside. Thev have been in Corval-
lis while their son Fred attended.
college this fall. ,
Tony Noltner, a former Corval
lis newspaper man, was in this city
the last of the week. He is now in
terested in the "Rural Spirit" pub
lished in Portland.
Miss y Louise Cooper left Friday
for a visit in Salem. From there
she expected to go to Portland and
then to Sacramento, to visit with
relatives and friends.
Mrs. A. J. Johnson arrived home
Friday evening from a two weeks'
visit with relatives at Scio. Mr.
Johnson has been it Burns, Eastern
Oregon, for about the same length
of. time.
A number of families of relatives
ara to celebrate at the William
Schmidt home near Granger, to
morrow. A feature of the occasion
8 to be a sumptuous dinne-, served
on the lawn.
A party was given by Mr. and
Mrs. N nez Francisco at their home
Saturday .evjning in honor of the
latter's mother, Mrs. Lillie Kiog. A
number of friends were present and
a very pleasant evening was Bpent.
Mrs. George Carl and children
left for Carlton, Friday noon, where
Mr. Crl is eDgaged in work on a
church that is being built. The
fa-i.ily will caup fr several week?,
thin combining business wi hplea?
ure. M iss Etta Johnson has purshased
of Mrs. Maud Hemphill the 25 f )ot
corner on which the Johnson mill
inery store and the Robin 'on &
Stevenson reil estate office are lo
cated. The deal was made Thurs
day. Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Miner and
Mrs. Will R)?s. who have been at
tending the United Evangelical
conference at Turner for ten days,
arrived home Friday evening, and
feport a fine meeting and a good
time.
A party of Corvallis boys leave
today for Newport, where they go
to celebrate. In the party were
Claude Swan, Dan Sutherland,
Timmy FUtt, Bert Pilkington and
Mark McCallister. They will re
turn Thursday.
Mies Rena Spencer, a former
well-known Corvallis girl, a r.iece of
Jesse Spencer, was married to
Laughlin Purrie at Aberdeen,
Wash., last Wednesday. Tbey ex
pect to visit Corvallis relatives in
about a month.
Afier editing 'he Po!k con!y
Iten.izer for IS years W. A. Wash
has eo'.d thep'nnt and subscription
list to V. P. Fiske, who has been
foreman in the office all these y far?'.
The paper is to be changed and im
proved and the publication dav
cnangeuirom rriuay to Wednesday.
Fred C.'Peil has accepted a pos
ition with the Corvallis Creamery
Company as boskkeeper. For some
years Mr. Peil has been bookkeeping
for Wilhelm and Sons, of Monroe.
He expected to move Lis household
effects to this city from Monroe yes
terday and to enter upon his duties
at once. At present his wife and
children are visiting relatives on
.the Siuelaw.
There was a quiet wedding at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. William
Graham, Thursday afternoon at
three o'clock, when Bert Winkle of
Benton county and Miss Nel'ie
Jones of Lincoln county were united
for life. The ceremony was per
formed by Judge Holgata in the
presence of only a few intimate
friends, and Friday. Mr. and Mrs.
Winkle left for a ' trip to Lincoln
county. They are to reside in
Corvallis wherernany friends unite
.in good wishev
Iyan Hawley, of Bsilefountair,
was a pleasant visitor in Corvallis,
Friday. ' ; -' " - - ""
Dow Walker came up from Port
land Friday evening for a brief
visit with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. .Phillips went
to Turner, Sunday, to attend the
Christian camp meeting.
The new officials were sworn in,
and their bonds were approved by
the retiring court, Saturday.
Edna, the little daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Williams of Belle
fountain, is very ill with appendi
citis. .
Mrs. Rial to Weatherford and
children of Harrisburg are visiting
at the Horning home in south Cor
vallis. Miss Minnie Phillips is at home
after spending two weeks with
friends in Portland and other
places.
Mis. Sutherland arrived from
Shedd station Friday evening for a
few days' visit with her daughter,
Miss Mary.
Miss. Alice Edward! has returned
home from a two weeks' visit with
friends in Portland, Eugene and
other points.
W. S. Tomlinson, a substan
tial rancher of the Wells neighbor
hood, was a Corvallis visitor the
last of the week.
B. F. Grant, the well-known
Alsea rancher, was in Corvallis
Saturday, having brought out his
wool to the local market.
Mrs. James Brown and children
hava arrived from Portland for a
visit with Mrs. Brown's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blakeslee.
Daniel Cameron, ot Portland,
wa9 an over Sunday visiter in Cor
vallis with his brother, Amv. He
is a traveling man for a Portland
extract firm. ;
Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Blackledge
and daughter Janet, Mrs. Alice
Jackson and Miss Olive Eaton left
Saturday for Newport. They ex
pect to return about Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Orr, and son, of
Rickreal, were in Corvallis the last
of the week, en route to Dellefoun
tain for a few davs' visit with their
nephew, R )bert Kyle, and family.
Th retiring ofcers of the com
messioners' court held an adjourned
session Saturday aftr noon. These
officers are Judge Virgil E. Watters
and Commissi ner W. A. Jolly,
Peter Rickard, the third member,
holding over.
The graduating exercises cf the
8ih and 9th grade pupils of South
ern Benton, held at Simpson'
chapel Tuesday evening were very
interesting, each pupil on the pro
gram doing exceedingly well. A
ihtjh jiuciience witi.essed the ex-
e cises and participated in the ice
cre im social that f 'lowed. About
$1S was realized from the sale of
cream, and everyone had a good
time in the bargain.
Miss Agness Wil-on expected to
leave on the early train this morning
for Portland, to join the Oregonian
party for the trip to Yellowstone
Park. Besides the 24 prize winners
there will be thirteen maids of
honor in the party, the two man
agers and the- Utters' wivep, who
will act as chaparones. The young
ladies will spend the Fourth in
Pi rtland, go to Long Beach on the
morning of the 5th, return to Port
land on the morning of the 7ih and
leave at once fr Salt Lake ci'y.
They will see Salt Lake and Boise
City and then the wonders of Yellow
stone. In Portland the party will
be entertained at Hotel Oregon.
Mr?. Charles Everett and children
left yesterday for Portland, to reside.
In hornr rf Mrs Everett a farewell
recoptit n wa3 given Friday evening
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chae.
Bacb, by the W. II. M. S. of th
M. E. church. Those present were
the members of the society and their
husbands and a very happv evening
was spent. Light refreshments
wereafeatu:e and a general social
time was erjoyed. Mr?. Everett
has been a very active member of
the society for years, and her co
workers deeply regret hr depart
ure from Corvallis Only good
wishes follow the family to their
new home.
George Hodges was in Corvallis,
Saturday, on his way to Poitland.
Mr. Hodges resides at Salado,
Liucoln county, and for the past
year has been engaged in locating
persons on timber claims in his
section. He makes fnquent trips
to Portland, bringing back with
him newcomers who desire to locate
in Lincoln county. Mr. Hodge3 is
jto put in at Eik City a saw mill
with a capacity of about 6,000 feet
per day. The engine, and ether
machinery is already ordered,and
as soon as it arriyes the mill will
begin operations. Tbe citizens of
Big Elk have given Mr. Hodges
j two lots on which 4o locate the, en-
Urrvi .se.
-v Large' hardwood lard barrels $1
each at Smalls'. ' 55 tf
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lilly of
Wren were Corvallis visitors Sat
urday. B. J. Thatcher reached home
Saturday from an extended visit at
his old home in Iowa.
Economy fruit jars for sale at
Zierolfs. 53 tf
Mise Edith Hostettler left Sat
urday for her home in Portland,
after a few days visit with Mrs. H.
W. Kaupisch. .
Miss OHve Eaton arrived in Cor
vallis, Thursday, from Newton, la.,
for a visit to Newport, for which
place she departed Saturday.
For Rent. 320 acre grain farm.
Inquire at this office. 54tf
Mr. and Mrs. Homyer and fam
ily expected to leave yesterday for
Salem, where - tbey are to reside.
Their place north of town has been,
purchased by E. F. Strouts of
Kiug3 Valley.
Prof. N. Tartar's summer school
opened at OAC jesterday. It is
especially for fitting teachers for
their work, and gives any and
everyone who attends, a thorough
drill in review work.
Economy fruit jars are found at
Zierolfs. - 53tf
C. B. Starr of Monroe was a
Corvallis visitor Saturday and Sue-,
day. He reports that crops are
looking splendid in that section,
and that hay is apparently but
little if any injured by the late
rainy spring.
Celebrate the 4th of July in style.
Buy your toggery at Nolan's. 54-5
W. A. Wells, who has spent the
winter in New Mexico for the bene
fit of heaitb, arrived home Satur
day morning. " While considerably
fatigued by his journey, Mr. Weiis
is much improved in health and is
looking very well.
For Sale Fine old violin at
sacrifice. Inquire at this office. 54tf
Mrs. Ida Martin-CJingingsmith
and children departed Saturday for
their home in Portland. They
have been guests for a week at tbe
home of Mrs. Clingingsmith's
parentp, Mi. and Mrs. James
Martin of Irish Bend.
All Artisans are cautioned to
remember that the meeting this
week is to be held Thursday in
stead cf Wednesday evening as
usual, on account of the Fouith.
There is to be a banquet and other
features, and every member is in
vited to be present.
Teams wanted at once o haul
wood. P. A. Kline. . 53tf
Mrs. Charles Everett has sold
to Mrs. Mftud Hemphill the pro-p-rty
on north Main street fcrmer
Ip uee l us the M-ihodit p irson-aij-j.
The consideration was $1,150.
Mrs. Hemphill is to occupy the
plane as soou as it is vacated by
T. K. Fawcetr, the present occu
puut, which will be within a few
days.
For economy fruit jirs see Zie
rolf. 53tf
Bids Wanted.
Notice is hereby given that the clerk
of school district No. 9, Beaton county,
will receive bids to paint tbe old school
building; roof one coat and body of
building two coats; wok and material
to be first class ; give cost of labor, a'iSO
contract price for labor and material.
The board reserves the right to reject
any and all bids, and no bid will be re
ceived after 9 a. m., July 10th. 54-5
A Tragic Finisn.
A watchman's neglect permitted a lak
in the great North Sea Dyke, which a
child's linger could hav-J stopped, to be
come a ruinous break:, devastating an
entire' province of Holland. In like
manner Kenneth Mclzer, of Vancebor
ouh. Me , permitted a little cold to eo
unnoticed until a tragi-J finish w9 only
aver;ed by Dr. King's New Discovery.
He writes: "'Three doctors gave me uo
to die of luna inflammation caused by a
neglected cold ; but Dr. K.ng'a New Dis
covsry saved my life." Guaranteed best
ccugh and cold core. At A lien & Wood
ward. s. 50e and $1.00. Trial bottle free.
Your Liver
Is out of ordei. You go to bed in a
bad humor and get up with a bad taste
in your month. You waat something to
stimulate jour liver. Just try Herbine,
the liver reaulator. A positive cure for
Constipatiou, Dyspepsia and all livtr
complaints. Mrs. F. Ft. Worth, Texas,
writes: '"Have used Herbine in my
family for years. Word's can't express
what! think about it. Everybody in
my household are happy and well and
we owe it to Herbine." Sold by Graham
& "Wortham.
Notice to Creditors.
Notice is hereby given to all persons concerned
that the undersigned lias been duly appointed Ex
ecutrix ef the last Will and Testament of James
C Taylor, deceased, by the County Court of Ben
ton County, State of Oregon. All persons having
claims against the estate cf said Jam C Tay
lor, deceased, are hereby required to present
the same, -with the proper vouchers, duly veri
fied as by law required, within six months from
the date hereof, to the undersigned at her resi
dence in Corvallis, Oregon. . ,
Dated this 29th day of June, Tgo5.
UI.UAK L TAYtOR,
Kxecutrix of the last Will and Testament of
James C. Taylor, deceased.
Friday is cleaning-up day in CorvaUis
if it doesn't rain again.
Mrs. James Githens add children went
to Peoria, Sunday, for a two weeks' visit
with relatives and friends.
R. J. Nichols and family left yesterday
for their ranch home near Monroe, where
the summer will be spent.
M. Chappell and family moved Sat
urday from the Burnap house on Ninth
street to the Healy house on Third.
The Everett boys were given a fare
well party at the Abbott home Friday
evening, and a very hatpy time is re
ported. Friday's Eugene Guard says: "Will
Dunlay, guard ou the OAC football team
tor a number of years, was in Eugene
yesterday on his way to Jasper."
Misses Vera and Pearl Horner have
gone to Newport, where they will occupy
the family cottage during the summer.
They arechaperoned by Mrs. Allen.
Thomas Fletcher arrived in Corvallis,
Friday evenfng, from Ontario, Eastern
Oregon, having driven the entire distance.
Mr. Fletcher comes to locate in Corvallis,
his family having arrived last fall in
time for the opening for college.
- The third excursion to Newport this
season was run from Albany to Yaquina
Sunday. While the crowds are not as
large as usually go later in the season,
the trips are much enjoyed, and every
one reports a One time on Sunday, with
ideal weather.
Mrs. Sarah Moore and daughter, Miss
Gladys, left Sunday for Portland for a
mouth's visit. Immediately after that
they are to go to Chicago to reside, the
son and brother, Guy Moore, being a
student in a medical college there. Many
sincere friends in Corvallis regret the
departure ef this estimable family.
To hundred thousand feet of lumber
has been built into new sidewalks and
cottages over at Newport, this spring,
according to statements made. A walk
is being Duilt to Newport beach, the
streets are being cleaned, houses painted,
flowers put out any many other improve
ments made that add to tbe appearance
and prosperity ot the town.
The supply of 150 tickets for the ex
cursion to Detroit tomorrow was so
nearly exhausted Saturdav night that
the Corvallis committee 'phoned to Al
bany for an additional 100 tickets.. These
were to have arrived yesterday, and
there :s evey indication that the supply
will not exceed the demand, as a great
crowd will go from Corvallis.
WATCH FOR KLINE'S
LSS
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Th& Psoas's $tSSBQ
..S. L. KLINE. .
Established 1864. Corvallis, Oregon.
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THE
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Will Soon Be Hsr
Remember that we are closing
ou. all Summer Suits at 20 per
cent discount. It will pay you o
investitriite beforp bmmg a com
plete an f np-'o-date stock of Men's
Furtishiiiu'f .
1 4d0
CorvttJHs. OrenoM
OUR ANNUAL
RHIcf-Syin iner
IS NOW ON
And for 30 days we will offer the entire stock of Dry
Goods, Boots and Shoes, Clothing, etc., at extra special
prices.
20 yards of Calico $1. 00
15c, 20c and 25c Summer Goods .10
Odd sets of Ladies' Waists, $1, $1.0, $1.75 .25
. 20 Per Cent Off 1 on -:A!rCiofhlrig
"When you see it in out ai3. it is so-
F. L. FILLER'S CORVALLIS, OREGON
99
SEEING IS BELIEVING
Then corne in and see my line of Sporting Goods and be con
vinced that it is the best and most complete line ever brought
to your citv, consisting of Guns and Ammunition, Fishing Tackle,
Base-ball Goods, Bicycles and Sundries, Pocket Knives, Razors,
Sewing Machine Supplies, etc Gasoline and Dry Cells for sale.
Agent for the Olds Gasoline Engines and Automobiles?!
Guns and Bicycles For Rant. First-class Repair Shop.
lnd. Phone 12S Residence 324
CORVALULS,
OREGON.
led
rPURE
RICH
CREAM
y0i
is used in. the
. manufacture
of Hazelwood
ICE CREAM,
abundanpe of
cream being as
sured for this pur
pose by the large
volume supplied for
the manufacture of
Hazehvood Butter z :
CjNo albumen, gelatine
.or other animal or
chemical compound of
any character is in Hazel- .
wood Ice Cream, its rich-
' ness and smoothness being
due to the actual richness of
the cream of which it is
manufactured. Only pure 1
fruit, vegetable or nut flavors. " 'I
' are used in coloring or flavoring . V 1
Ice Cream
FOR SALE BY
JrTrSMH'H
ICES AND CREAMS.
We 'are now prepared to provide the pub
lic wilh Ices, Water ices, Creams, Sher
betb, and everything in this line.
SPECIAL FA?
Sl ORDERS
For social functions solicited. We cater to
the whole public and. guarantee. -the best.
at reasonable prices. When you want ,
anything in our line remember us.
Our own special free delivery to any part
of the city large or small quantities.
CORVALLIS CREAMERY CO.
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Pure, raw linseed oil
costs less than "ready
mixed" paint, but when
mixed with thick
pigment, gallon for gallon, it
makes the beet paint for the
least money.
?, For Sale by
GRim&ffl & WELLS
Corvallis-, Oregon
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