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About Corvallis gazette. (Corvallis, Benton County, Or.) 1900-1909 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 2, 1906)
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Lyman Bundy, the well known
, OAC mm, was' a Portland visitor
on business Friday and Saturday.
Miss Emma Sax, of Albany, bus
been the gue6t of Misa Mary Nolan
tbe past few days.;
' Mrs. Florence Jones of Paisley,
; Eastern Oregon, has arrived for a
month's visit with her daughter,
Mrs. J. H. Harris. .
Mrs. Helen .McFall of Everett,
Washington, has arrived for a visit
with her brother, L. A. Barter, in
The meeting of Department Sup
erintendents in Salem occurs Octo
ber 5th and 6th, instead of the 4th
and 5th as formerly stated.
Mrs. J. R. Smith and daoghter,
- Miss Grace, and Walter Smith were
Albany visitors the latter part of
the week. '
Horace Underbill of Summit is
reported as in a very serious condi
tion with typhoid fever. His lather's
funeral occurred Friday.
Miss Julia Fuller, one of Corval
lis' popular young ladies who has
been learning dressmaking in Port
land, arrived home yefterdfiy, hav
ing completed her course.
Miss M. J. Lee, of Polk county,
was the guest of Ccrvallis relatives
Saturday and Sunday. tShe left
yesterday morning for Winlock,
Wash., to spend the winter.
Mrs. A. J. Richardson, of Buena
Vista, was tbe guest Saturday of
her brother, W. S. Linville, in this
city. She returned Sunday morn
ing. "Happy" McMaines has written
a friend in this city that he will re
turn to Corvallis next month, with
shorn hair and reformed character.
Many old friends' will no doubt be
pleased to say "hello" to "Happy,"
who is known to everyone.
"Bill" Moore, who has driven the
Fischer mill team for the past three
vears, has resigned on account of
ill health. With his familv he
moved Saturday from the residence
occupied near Fischer's mill to hi?
own dwelling in the western part of
Miss Myrtle Shonkwiler, Miss
Rose Greffoz and Miss Rieuianu of
Portland were guests of Mi0 Lulu
Spangler of Corvallis, who h visit
ing her sister, Mrs.' L. L.' Porter.
Miss Shonkwiler was formeily a
teacher of tbe Oregon 'City schools
and ie holding the same position in
the Portland schools. Oregon City
Yesterday Gene Simpson shipped
200 china pheasants to Kansas to
be liberated there for increasing the
birds in that state. He still has 400
birds on hand. While the price is not
known it is supposed to be upwards
of $5 per pair, as the Kansns auth
orities recently nuthdn-zt-d the pur
chase of a certain number of tbe
pheasant?, even if the price should
retch $5 per bird.
Tbe Senior reception at the arm
ory Fridiy evening was largely at
tended and was a very happy affair.
There was a program that included
an address of welcome by Mark
Wtfatheiford, trombone solo, Collie
Oathey; dust, Vera ar.d Pearl Hor
ner; recitation, Miss Belle Bonney;
vocal solo, Calvin Ingle, and grand
marches by each class. The class
motto, "We Blaz9 Our Own Trail"
was lettered in electric lights iu tht
front part of the room. Punch was
served and the class flig, '07, un
furled. The entire affair was pleas
ant for all presents
While the Richard & Pringle
band played on Main street Satur
day hSiernoon a team attached to an
open buggy and driven by a Mr.
Todd of Albany, becam frightened
and bg.m kicking- I" le twink
ling of an eye uue horse h id whirled
around, twisted the harness until
the other horse was thrown and
wound securely in the straps, brok
en the buggy toneue off short end
created a geneeal panic among the
bystanders. The band ceased play
ing, several men rushed to the res
cue and the "mix-up" was soon
straightened out and the frightened
horses led away. No one was in
jured. Picking was completed in the
Johnson Porter,, hop yard the latter
part of the wek and a rumor
reached Mr. Porter that the pick
ers were planning to contribute a
small amount each and end the
season with a big "feed." Not con
tent with this, and to - show his ap
preciation of the crew which had
done excellent work throughout the
season, Mr. Porter procured a quan
tity of ice cream, peanuts, pop corn
and other gotd things in proportion
and took to the yard at his own ex
pense, and a general jollification
was held. The treat was a genuine
surprise, and was so thoroughly
appreciated that Mr. Johnson, will
no doubt have the same pickers
back' next year, if he is still in the
bop business. . ' :
Walter Kiine has returned from
a two weeks' visit ic Portland.
Miss Laura Waggoner spent Sat
urday with friends inAlbany.'
Glenn Gardner has arrived from
Portland to re-enter OAC. ' t
Thomas Foster arrived the last
of the week to re-enter OAC. His
home is at Athena.
Bert Harvey, of Big Elk, was
transacting business in Corvallis,
First clase Estey organ for lees
than half price at Fisher's music
James Bailey of Monroe trans
acted business in Corvallis the last
of the week. ,
Duncan Fittman and family
moved Friday into the Harlan
house in Jobs addition .
Bishop Castle will preach in the
First Methodist church both morn
ing and evening Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Buchanan
of Iuavale were guests Friday of re
latives in Corvallis.
Mr. and Mrs. James Herron of
Monroe, prominent people of that
vicinity, were Corvallis visitors Fri
George Henkle, the merchant,
left yesterday for Portland to look
after business. He will be away
Homer Johnson of John Day ar
rived the last of the week to enter
OAC. He is a brother of Oliver
Johnson who is a sophomore.
Miss Lura Flett has accepted a
position as clerk at Wellsher &
Grays' store. She began work Fri
Mrs. Abigail Scott Dunni way, of
Portland, was a distinguished visit
or of Mrs. J. B. Horner at Alpha
Hall last week.
Miss Hazel Merryman, a popu
lar young lady of Philomath, re
turned yesterday to her home, after
a visit with Misses Ada and Effie
Dixon in this city.
Mr. Tripp arrived the last of the
week froai Myrtle Creek to join his
funily who recently 'moved into the
ivaidfnce one door south of the
There is a new clerk in the
gfnia' furnishing goods department
m Kline's stor. FTa i W. R. Drif
field, who arrived Friday from Mc
S. L. Kline went to Portland,
Friday, to meet Mrs. Kline on her
return from New York City. To
gether they returned to Corvallis,
Mr. Veal and family who have
occupied the Henry Ambler resi
dence during the summer, moved.
Friday into one of the Wuestefeldt
Dow Walker, the well known foot
bail enter of firmer days arrired
Saturday from Portland for a visit
with old friends. He holds a position
at the union depot in the metropo
Dr. Manion, supreme medical ex
aminer, is to meet with the local
lodge of United Artisans the third
Wednesday in October, at which
time a large class of candidates will
probably be initiated and a general
"big" time be in order.
The first football fatality for 1906
is related in a dispatch from Prince-:
ton under date of the 26th as fol
lows: In a practice game of foot
ball at LawrecceviUe today John
W. Kennedy, tb enptain, was
kickpd in the head. He died an
hour later. ,
The Lder thresher outfit met
with a very bad accident out on
tn island, Friday. Particulars in
full were not, obtained, but it neems
tht in i4i!ii6 manner the separator
was ov-rturaed and poaashel up ti
considerable extent. The outfit
had several more hours' run.
Ralph, the 12-year old son of M.
Ecker of Jobs addition, broke his
left arm Friday evening while en
caged in plaving football with a
crowd of juvenile friends. The
fracture is just below the elbow.
It was reduced by a local physi
cian and the lad is getting along as
well as could be expected.
Every day for the past week
loads of hop pickers have been
wendfng their way homeward, and
as they stopped in Corvallis many
a shining dollar was passed over
the counters at local stores. As
one leading business man declared,
"Everybody has' money this fall,
and I have never seen such a rush
in all lines of business."
At the urgent request of the
chief of police and other, and in
order that tbe public may read and
dnderstand th?. ordinance that has
become effective governing plumb
ing operations in Corvallis, the
Gazette gives space, for the publica
tion in full of the ordinance. It
will be published in two parts, and
will be concluded in our next issue.
License to wed was issued Satur
day to John M. Graham and Har
riet L. Price, both of Kings Valley.
The little child of Otto -Taylor
at Bellefountain is ill with typhoid
fever. : . '..- , .
The Eclectic Business University
Clerical office at Portland, is able
to command good positions for wor
thy -young people. President Rich
ardson has made arrangements
with two of he largest business
firms in Por', nd to take all of bin
J M t ' - .
graduates ior positions as dook
keeps and stenographers at good
salaries ranging trom $40 to $65
per month. The young, people
should enroll at oqce in the day
or Light classes as they have every
assurance of the best success. 81
Mrs. Dick Thurston of Crawford
ville, has been the guest of Mrs. J,
L. Jones the past few days.
By Frantz and family of Kings
Valley, were among the busy shop
pers in Corvallis, Saturday.
Wanted Oak logs, 17 to 26 in
ches in diameter. . Inquire Central
Planing Mills, Corvallis. 81-tf
Mrs. J. L. Jones went to Monroe,
Sunday, to nurse a case of typhoid
fever. , The patient is James With
See Zierolf for Economy Jare.74t
City water rent is due and pay
able in advance at the office at the
City hall. B- F. Burnett, Superir -tendent.
Big Investmant. Eight hundred
and nineteen acres level land, good
soil, on county road, 3i miles from
Biownsville. Price, only $11,500.
Brownsville Real Estate Co., Write
for our list of property. R. W.
Tripp, Mgr. 78-81
Miss Clara Marco and Mrs. Rose
Dunion have sold their property in
Jobs Addition and leave this week
for Omaha, Nebraska, to remain.
Some of the handsomest late
roses of the season were displayed
at th Horning grocery, in bouquets,!
Saturday. 1 hey -were grown by
I will start the Cor vaiiis cider
factory October 1st. Will pay
cash for .ippies, make for one halt,
or make lor 3 - cenja per gallon.
Empty barrels for sale. Geo. W.
Smith. 7S tf
Snmuel Thurston, the old-tiu e
popular football player and WB1
known OA.C student, who is ill Vith
iuug trouble at the home of his par
ents near Suver, is - reported some
what improved. ,
All kinds of grass seed for sale
at Zierolf's Timothy, clover and
orchard grass seed. 74 tf
Grover Cat has arrived for a few
days, visit. Two brothers and two
sisters will enter college this fall
The family occupies the Mrs. Sarah
Moore residence on Third street.
For Sale. 30,000 acres of land
in Lincoln and ; Benton Counties,
Oregon, along the C. & E. R R
known as Road Lands, now owned
by an Eastern Company. For
prices and terms, call or address,
L. H. Fish, Western Agent, Albany
Oregon. ; 78-tf
Mrs. Lena Johnson has arrived
from Washington for a visit with
her father, Abram Larkin, at Belle
fountain. The Johnsons are mov
ing back to Coos Bay from Wash
Miss Agnes von der Hellen of
Grants Pass was the guest over
Sunday of Miss Grace Huff, 'in this
city. Miss Agnes is to teach school
at Yaquina this fall and .will not
return to OAC. She will be missed
by many friends. -
For sale or rent, preferably for
sale, residence apd acres of land
on college hill.' Address M. Robin
son, Corvallis, Ore. 73-tf
Andrew Holstraum, who has
lived for quite a while in the Wil
liam Moore house, has purchased
one of the Mrs. E. S. Murray's cot
tages and moved into it Saturday.
Economy Fruit Jars at Zierolf s.
The City Council of Albany yes
terday filed its answer in the State
Circuit Court to the injunction sait
of Marshal W. A. McClain, in which
he secured a restraining order to
prevent the lowering of his salary
or the changing of his duties. The
answer denies the existence of. any
plot to injure the officer and denies
the allegation that he has faithfully
performed his duties. Th remain
der of the answer is a general and
specific denial of the allegations in
the complaint. The case will again
come up in court October 6. Tele
gram. .. . , .
FOUND A package ' containing
aquanity of lace and insertion.
Owner call at Miles Starr's resi
dence, Ninth street, prove property
and pay for this notice. 81
"Rev. G. H. Feese was expected home
last night from attendance at the M. E.
conference at , Portland. " Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Beach and Mrs. G. B. Schmidt
also attended tbe meetings. c .
Come and Bring a Friend to Our
ing Display of Men's Fall Clothing
Copyright- i 906 by
Hart Schaffher W Marx
Stiff and Soft Hats in the new
Autumn shapes at $1.50 to $3.60.
Autumn Cravats, Shirts, Gloves,
Hosiery, etc., from the leading
makers of the country shown here,
Tomorrow and every day this week we will have
"open house" to show you the largest and most mag
nificent collection of high-class apparel ever assembled
here. If you wish to be "posted" regarding the cor
rect styles and fabrics and what constitutes GOOD
Clothing, then' you shouldn't Nniss this showing , of
widely known . . : "
Hart Schaffner & Marx
which we have in a wonderful variety of conservative
and extreme models in all the fashionable fabrics of the
best American and European mills.
Men's and Young Men's
Fall Sack Suits
cut and - finished in high-class custom-tailor style are
here at prices ranging from $10 to $30, with an excep
tionally large . assortment of swell single and double
breasted Sack Suits splendid $18 value at .
Men's and Young Men's
in all th4 new styles and light weight overcoatings of
fashionable weaves, ranging in price from $12 to $35,
and better value, you never saw than offered in the new
shaped-to-waist Chesterfields of medium and dark gray
$18 . ' :
The People's Store
Why. Hot Use Electric Lights?
Stop scratching matches on j our wall.
Those streaky match scratches look
mighty bad on any wall. But as loDg as
yon continue to use gas or oil you'ye got
to use matches.
The "matchless light" is the electric
light, a simple twist of the wrist does it.
We are improving and perfecting our
lighting service in this city and can give
better service for less money than ever
in the history ot the city.
The cost of wiring has been reduced
until it is within reach of all. ,
If you would lite to know more about
it, call on us in our new office opposite
the O. J. Black ledge furniture store cr
phone ue, Ind. Phone 469.
Willamette Valley Co.
G. A. ClurK, Mar.
To See Our
New line of
Just in from the Factory
The Correct Thing in
fall and winter styles
"We have also a complete line of
Shoes, Ready-Made Clothing and
all Men's Furnishings.
A. E. JR&ass
CORVALLIS, ORE. ;
Opposite t the Postoffice
Ind. Phone No. 481.
For Women, Misses and Children
1 906 Fall and Winter 1 907
The Fall Season is right at hand, and if you have been weigh
ing the merits of different lines, the time of decision is now.
Z We will show you in the "PALMER GARMENT" line the
most stylish garments you can find. .
We Are Not only showing the best styles, but in addition, the
workmanship and quality of the "PALMER GARMENT" are
We Ask You to call on us whether you buy or not, It will give
us pleasure to show -
THE "PALMER GARMENT"
F. : L.' MILL
., .i J 1
SEEING IS BELIEVING-
Then come in and see my' line of Sporting doods and be con
vinced that it is the best and most complete line ever brought
to your city, 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 BjeyeSes for Rent. First-class Repair Shop.l
' M;'" Tvl; LONG, . V'"-
7 Ind. Pbons 126 Residence 324
COIiJLJS - OREGON.