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About Corvallis gazette. (Corvallis, Benton County, Or.) 1900-1909 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 13, 1906)
LOCAL ASD PtBSO.NAL
1 Mies Edna TarntJaer went lororv
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I land Saturday tor a Drier. isu who-
tr..:."T ,.,;i r,f Alhurtv von a ! frlen3r- '
ltlHrtm lyui' 'fy j 1
Sunday vititor in Corvallis. j Mrs. S. B. Bar.e arriwd home
Mr. Ernest Veal arrived S.tur-; nurnr. r-om iw u, - ,
lay from a visk in Portland. 1Q l uIt!atd- 7 '
Mrs. S.'iN. WUKins arrived uoidb
vepterdav fom a we-kV -visit" ua.
BIG CZALx CLOSED.
Prof. F. L Kent of OAC was an
over-Sunday visitor in Portland.
Mies Mayma urawiora nss oeerri g Eaery of Vancouver,
a Portland victor the past fewdaysT uT il Corvarlis the
The steamer Pomona arrived up
Saturday ot- it first trip on thereg
ular season's run.
John Sutherland has gone to Los
Angeles where he has accepted a
Mies Alice Smith of "Grants Pass
has been the guest for Beveral days
of Mrs. J. E. Farmer.
Miss Nell' Marvin was called to
cause ot the illness of her father.
Miss Ella Foster, saleslady at J.
f V,lon At Snn'o toub cnnhnnn At.
home with illness several days last
The county Sunday school con
vention will be held at Pftilomath
in the college chapel, on 15-16 of
this month. '
T. W. Scott of Kimberlyy a mem
ber of the class cf '04 OAC, has
been a guest at the Keady home
the past few days.
Mis Kate Kelley of OAC left
Friday for her home in Eugene. It
is stated that she was called by the
illness of a relative.
- Mr. and Mrs. Jabez Thurston of
Suver were Corvallis visitors Fridav
leaving on Siturday tor a vidt
with relatives in Philomath.
has beeu visaing in Corvarlis the
past few days. .
Don Phili p of Silemhas hee.
several day the guest of his bro ti
er, Lige PDillipa in this chy.
The Athanaeum society u.euih- rs
entertained the Clionian t a paty
Saturday evening. A very, nic
time was had by !i present.
Bert Pilkington came up from
Portland Saurday ti witness the
football ganue and visit old triendf.
Bert is always welcome in Corval-
ti. b . lionman wnoserveaas agent
for the U IX. S Si. company in inis
city last winter, arrived Thuisday
jght to resume the position here.
Rev. C. L. McCansland left Sat-
n rd a v for a three weeks' trin to
Roseburg, Coquille and Marshfield,
at which places he will hold quart
Sam Thurston, one of the old foot
ball stars at OAC, who is suffering
with lung trouble, was to leave Eu
een Saturday with his wife for Ari
zona, to ppend the winter. t He is
not improved. -
Albany is experiencing a brick
famine and building operations are
at a standstill. The demand fjr
brick to be ueed in the new building
at OAC is the principal cause of the
shortage in Albany.
Sam Whiteside has purchased an
interest in the Corvallis dray com
pany, and will take the truck
which has been run by Levi
Wooster. Possession is not to be
given, however, for two or three
The musical recital given Fiiday
evening at the college chapel by pu
pils of the OAC school of music
was in every way successful and
er joy able. A- good audience was
present and each number on the pro
gram was warmly & plauded.
A card Friday from Miss Sophia
Elgin, now at Marysville, Calif.,
stated that Miss Norma Greffoz,
formerly of this city, was operated
nnnnon the 7th for appendicitis
and is now in a hospital where she
is gradually recovering.
The local Masons are making ex
tensive preparations lor tne ceie
Krotinn nf th 50th anniversary of
their organization. The celebration
neonra nn JftnOAfV 1st and there
TtrHi Vio nrnminent sneakers from
abroad in attendance. The plans
Will D8 On a Dig BUH.10 ituvi a. j-iut
uuit la auiitipaicu.
O. V. Hurt went to Seattle Friday
in rpRnonse to an ureent telegram
ftom the attorney who is defending
Mrs. Maud Hurt-uretneia. ine
message explained nothihg except
that it was important to Maud that
Mr. Hurt should come at once, and
h therefore left immediately, not
Vnmrmff t ha nature of his visit nor
the length of time he would be ab
Shoplifting on a small scale js
iWlared hv some business people in
this city to he all too common for
comfort, and unless tne practice i
neonle will likely find
the trouble for which they seem to
be in search. The disappearance oi
whrilohnnohflanf souvenir postcards
nd other email articles is averred
to be a common occurrence, acdif it
n.tmnti tft a case of names being
published there will undoubtedly
be "something doing."
Pacific's valiant knights cf the
pigskin were again treated to a d-
taut in era m A At Corvallis. The
game was played in a soaking down-
" pour, on a held whicn was a vern
qU Intro but the best of feel ine
prevailed and the boys have nothing
but good to say of their treatment
hv th Aerrios. In the evenine after
tfie game the boys and rooters and
all were invited to a swell reception
nnd hannnet. Altogether they
had a pleasant trip and speak en-
musiasucaiiy ui as buwiwu
ere. Forest Urove limes.
Mro VV A. VVella eave an "af
ternoon" 'Friday to about 30 ldv
friends, which was a very pleasant
affair. The usual features were
Misrf Florence Wicks of Por'land
has been yisitingv Corvallis relatives
the past few days. She is a pro
fessional nurse ia the Goo I Samari
Marshall Miller is erecting a new
building between the Morris black
smith shoo ard th8 Farmers' hotel,
Main street. When completed tne
room will be occupied by the Van-
hoosen marble works,.
Maurice, the nine year oid son of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis of Phil
omath is suffering with scarlet fever
Ha is a cousin of Miss lhia John
son of this city-
The funeral of the late George
Beamis of Benton county was held
in Albany Friday. Deceased was
a native nf Tndiana - and was 72
voara nf ntrn The immediate sur
Aivors are the widow and one son
Genrcrn Cathev vesterdav fore-
nnnn underwent a surgical operation
in the Good Samaritnn hospiial in
Portland His parents, Dr. and
R A. C-tthev. left Sunday to
be present during the ordeal. They
are to return tomorrow.
Chaa. Chioman has pold his be-
rn(rinfs in this citv and with his
family is to leave today for Coeha
l a r.'Sirip. Mr. jtiipman ans
a nnsition as salesman in var
ions stores in this .city and is- well
known throug iout the country.
The O. S. N. S. eirls basket ball
team will nlav the OAO team of
Corvallis at Monmouth Saturday,
November 23. The team is pre-
narort'tn nlav a 20od 2811)8 . and
hopes to win over OAC Ipdep9n
The fixtures for, the new post
nffin tnot. DnTvnl'is is to have are
now en the road and are reach Cor
vallis by the .first of the month, be
ing shipped "from tne Jiiast oaiur
dav. the office is to be occupied
for business by Decern
ber 15, according to contract.
T, ATf.Rftvnolds came no from
Pr.rtlonrl the last of. the week and
M. vamuv ' -v
closed a deal for nis property m
Job's addition. The purchaser is
Mr. Bowser, a carpenter who has
been residing near the college, and
th consideration . was $800. Mr.
MfiTtavnolda has returned to Port
At. TiWftne Saturdav afternoon
the OAC second team played foot
ball with the U . ot u. second team
heincr defeated bv a score of 16, to
ft ThosB who went were Koeers,
Schmidt, McMahan, Hawley, Brodi3
R-ynolds, Smith, leliy, isoiton,
Barnell, Garnong, cowers, uoneu,
Zimmerman, Edwards and Bundy.
At. thft last meetinsr of the com
missioners' court AU2U8t risccer
was granted a license to store grain
in Benton county "for compensa
tion an d otherwise." He was re-
sinirarl frt friVft bondB OI tD6
amount-ot JO.lW. ni3 Sfccuritieo
being J. R. Rowland, Joseph Yates
and A. J. Johnson.
Thft AlnhaHali eirls trave a uui-
one and aeiisnnui party ai iuo
dormitory baturdayeveniDg io
tnoir vnnno men Irieod?. jacn
clrl impersonated a member of the
V ,. r t :-J U iAaa in'
tacuity ana carrieu uui mo iun
manner and address: chapel exer
cises were ht Id, speeches made an d
many other . original stums per
(Armtil. A Aerv entertaining pro -
gram and a toothsome lunch wer e
also enjoyed, ana me eveuiug
voted a success by everyone. 3
Reports from Kings Valley are
that sheep are being slaughtered
by bear in such numbers that farm
ers have been turning out the past
few days and joining in a general
hunt." Charles Fowler is said to
k. tiiaiaoiW in the movement for
freeing the vicinity of the bears that
does from Yaouinahave been aecur
a ocoiot in the hunt. It was
OV Wl tH"o
expected that bruin would be cap-
tnrftrf HTiaaV or oaiuiuav tixliv
Independent Telephone Company
Sells Out to Home.
Tne Home telephone company
u PortLnd. which has plants al
s Tacoiiia, L,os Angeles and
u.tnr pi-c'cs', nis purchased of the
j K i sas City company mrougn s
representative, W. D. DeVarney,
the C rviliis Independent teie
pnu. e p ant, excepting such part
and th rural lines that are owned
bv the iarmers. ' : .
Tne Home company proposes
to do trom five to six tnousana
dollars' worth of work on the Cor
Val.i nlant and to prove its in
tention has already started opera
nous. The capacity of the local
he increased to
Sou, instead ot 400 as originally,
11 mean a much better
sVTvice than-has ever before been
..ffered in Corvallis.
Tust now the work is in prog
tp of strinorincr two new circuits
between Corvallis and Philomath;
and in town a 150 pair cable is
to be put up, extending to the C,
fir V. from which place it, separ
ates a 50 pair cable going to' Job's
addition and another 50 pair w
KIp tnOTards Philomath.
The report was at.first oirculat-
ed that the Bell company naa ue
come the owners of the Indepead
ent plant but as so often happens
o,ith first rrorts. the story was
soon found to be erroneous. ,!
me Christian church in this cit
at two o'clock Friday afternoon,
ine reraiiDi havine arrived ot
the noon train. Rev. .andsaker
conducted ine services and inter-
ment was made in Crystal Iake
Deceased was aged about ;o
vears and was the wife of R. M
Gilbert the family being former
residents of Corvallis. The ail
ment was tuberculosis the vount?
daughter, Miss Xo lise, havir g
died of the same disease in this I
city about 14 months ago.
The immediate survivors are
the husband, R. M. Gilbert, two
sons, William and - Kobert ot
Falls City, and two daughters,
Mrs. Ward Wisecarver of Mc
Mjnnville and Mrs. F E. Smith
of Salem. . . ' ' . .
Mrs. Gilbert was an estimable
tidy and many friends in this
locality sincerely mourn her
LETTER LIST.: '
The following letters remain uncalled
tor in the 'Corvallis postoffice, for. the
week ending Nov. 12, 1906:
W Allen,- C O Brown, D W Dunn, Kev
Levi JobnEon. 'Mrs John W McCarty,
Earl Moore, H J . Schnliz, Mrs Mina
Smith, C H Whipman, Jli Williams, J
J Wilson, Geo'.Wiieon, Geo W Zeet.
B. W. Johnson, PM.
Mies Rose Chtpman arrived from
The Dalles. Sunday, and is at the
home of her parents in this city.
Have your eyes fitted. by one-who
knows howMatthew3, the optician.
A new rfisidence is being put nn
a,ro n'ng'the Halhaway blacksm: h
ahoo on the north. It is to be oc
cupied by Otto Hathaway.
St.arr'a Bake'rv has secured the
of Dick Llewellyn, the
wonderful bread maker. 89tf
The Woman's Home Mission
At the last regular meeting of
the Benton county commission
er's court several businessmat
tera of more or less general m
terest were disposed of and the
usual grist of bills allowed. Societv of the M. E. church,
In the matter of Ellis Hammer i ' . is makine this its annual
and others requesting ' that they k of prayer. Services will
u nTr,i tVio hnnnr.v on bear u.l.u :u ' -Vta . luiT'h - w thi
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scalps in their possession, - with- s each afternoon during the
. .1 1 ii . . m i-Z
out removing tne scaips, as uiej weeu at 2:30. inc ui"g'
desired the hides ior rugs, , tne are open to an wuu mav wiau
court authorized the clerk to pay attend them.
bounty, and to put the brand on See Zierolf far all kinds of grass
timothv and clover
auiu c.oit. y -j - niir
In the matter 01 tne state - xau
exhibit. H. L: French filed his
statement of expenses and xe
r-pinrs.' The account shows: re
ceipts from Benton county for
expenses of lair, $80; receipts
$100: sale of
Two more new booths have been
nloopd in the Indeoendent tele
nhnno nflfi.iH the nast few days. The
ornlla am hollow so that no sound
cn be heard as the patron talks.
When the door to the booth opens
and filoees an electric light illumines
$1.50; total receipts, the booth, and .when toe party
Total expenses, ; $131.- .tfpe out ana c.oses , aaor
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d; casn on nanu, j lhe wori
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courtoraereacnerepurtuppxu c wnhD CHOPPERS WANTKr.
and the cash turned into tne Three thou8aDd corda 0f wood to be
general funds of the county. v cutJet out in number of cords to
HPW M.oinf rrpspnked bv com- suit choppers. Parties wanting a
. . ttt n ,-n. nnm Rt, nnce. Don t wtite
missioner ueorge vv. oaum " KlWa Iine
$102.12, representing the sale ot . " " 84tf
the grain and produce from tne
comnty poor farm, including oats,
Rfrppnine-s and apples, was or
dered filed with the clerk
Tn the matter of the clerk's
At a meeting . of the Baptist
rhumb Sunday evening. Rev. F.
W. Carsten'8 was called as pastor.
He was for three years pastor at
Medford at a salary of $1,200 per
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semi-annual statement , of S.S
on o offoira nf Kpntfm COUn- ... r r V
imam."" Jlla ffl oorn.
ty, the report was ordered spread of the ablest
upon the records:
A pretty double wedding oc
curred Sunday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dixon,
west of Corvallis, when one of
their daughters, Miss Ada, be
came the bride of Dan L- Read
and another daughter, Miss Effie,
was united to Estel T. .Wilson.
TW. Cartens is one
men in the Baptist
inntion todav. Regular ser-
viftfis each Sunday nereaner ai. mo
. " . . rt 11!.
niii hnnra. at tne orvaiim
FOR SALE Fir wood: can de-
Uufir ot. nnv time. Call P. A.
Vltno0 Kno Phnnn Nn. 1. 8411
Pai. Sola Two lots with seven
room house and barn; desirable lo-
iiotinn noli nn or address Mrs. ai.
McKinney, Corvallis. Hi tt
A nirrht. that nmzed residents of
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nn. nn.fnmal tlia n nltv SutllTdDV mOmiDS WH
at 2:30 by Rev. CT. Hard & the Bfcnmd jw W
,on(.0 of jibnnt. miestss. The TV - A
xwvwww . 0 tbeir eeg -na lcOKeUa "wuu
brides were pretty and girlish m time before they could believe their
costumes of cream silk, and car- own sight, but there it was the hind
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hnnrtnota nt whirp rnqps. . wneeis in me iuuuiiu,
I iL : J i r-t oaci tnr ft
mi i i 11 i ann punrv 1.11 1 rm 111 ica,uiuvo
Tne decorations in me room ----- . . . ht
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were autumn leaves, ivy ana Who Yelcle there is anoth
cut flowers. A sumptous dinner er ne Gf lne mysteries that only
i i " 1 a.! I . . . . . i 11 1 4n Ann
was served ana a social time en-
Both young couples are enjoy
ins a trip to Portland, Dayton
and other points. Mr. and Mrs
Read will reside in . Corvallis and
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson on the farm
north of Corvallis. Al 1 are. es
timable young people and have
the good wishes of all.
A replenishing stock of the most popular late fall
styles just received some rather startling in their sudden
departure from the old lines.
There's a coat for everybody in the choice we offer
from the short jacket to the elaborate Empire wrap for
evening. ' r- .
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Each is sold on the
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label which answers all your questions as to fit, quality and
style. Today is the day for first choice. Are you coming?
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When You See it In Our Jku
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What Smartly Dressed
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Conforming to Fashion's
Latsst Decrees . . Da
signed by Artist Tailors
. . . Fashioned by Master
Workmen . . Are Some of
the Reasons Why
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Corvallis . . Oregon
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Why Not Use Electric Lights?
The funeral "ot Mrs. R. M.
fiilbert who died at Falls City,
Wednesday- night, occurred from
the high spirited college lads can
solve, and it is not at au
t.hnt. t.Kflv will take the trouble to
explain. What next?
Have your watch cleaned ior 1 ;
mainspring for $1; all work guar
t. Tnt.iiewa, otstician ana
?w1ai-. - : 04"
Hnota fnr salo and wood for sale
on stock, i . 9j2tt
bv buvine your
aiatofiM ftnrl ifiwfilrv of Matthews,
RomatArml Shorthorn Bulls and
registered Poland China Brood sows
for sale. Call on or aaaress, d . v.
McElroy, Monroe, Oregon. 87-94
' Stop scratching matches on jour wall.
Those streaky match scratches look
ricrhtv had on anvall. But as long as
you continue to use gas or oil you'ye got
to use matches..
Thn "matchless light" ' is the electric
light, a simple twist of the wrist does it.
We are improving and perfecting our
KahHntf service in this city and can give
yti pt service for less money than ever
in the history of the city. '
. The cost of wiring has been reduced
until it is within reach of all.
If you would likf to know more about
it, call on us in m- new cf5ee opposite
the O. J. Blackledd furniture store or
phone us, Ind. Pho 4!!'9.
- . Wilia-neue auey a.
G. A. Clark, Mgr.
E INVITE you to call
and examine our fall
and winter samples
of MADE TO MEAS
Notice Jor Publication.
Depa rtment ot the Interior;
Land Cffice at Roseburg, Oregon, .
Sept. 6th, 1906.
Notice is hereby given that Clinton B. Fleese,
of Vernon, Oregon, has filed notice of his inten
tion to make final five-year proof in support of
his claim, viz: Homestead Entry No. 9559 made
Sept. 14, 1899, for the NEJ, Section i9, township
if S Ran9 W, and that said .roof will be
made before the County Clerk of Benton Coun
ty, Oregon at his office at Corvallis, Oregon on
tcov. xoth. 1906. ' '
He names the following to prove his contin
uous residence upon, and cultivation oi the
iai Fritz Denzer and Edward Ernest, of Ver
non. Oregon, and Kimer xayior 01 , ye
? t ' 8 ' BENJAMIH I,. EDDY, Register.
If they don't fit you ,
do not have to
GIVE US A T81AL
Opposite the Postoffice
Ind. Phoae So. 484.
Foley's Kidney Cure
makes kidneys nn Hrtrter witht