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NEWS OF CORVALLIS AND
VICINITY TOLD IN BRIEF.
lie v 1 ! and Goings of People
Social Gossip, Personal Men
lion and Other Items of
White and New Home Sewing
machines at J. H. Harris.
A. L. Clark ot Alsea is in
Sown on a business visit.
Harry Fryer, '0.5, visited col
lege friends last week. N
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Huston
left Monday for the Exposition.
Mrs. F. A. Helm returned
Monday from a visit since Thurs
day with Portland friends.
C. W. Adams returned Satur
-day from a week s business tup to
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Harris re
turned Sunday from a visit of sev
eral days in Poitland.
-Mrs. R. M. Gilbert left Mon
day for a visit with her daughter at
Miss Emma Thompson return
d Monday from a two weeks' stay
Misses Lavina and Mabel
Woods spent Sunday with Tangent
Mrs. W. J. DiDges and Frank
Dinges left Monday for a week at
Wi'liam and Ralph Hall of
33uena Vista were business visitors
an Corvallis Sunday sud Monday.
Maud Hurt arrived Friday
frrom a two month's sojourn with
relatives at Seattle.
E. H. Hawkins 'and daughter
of Eugene have been spending a few
days visiting at the home of Mrs.
W. T. Norton.
-Hay Goodrich, a former OAC
sboy and later a graduate of U of O,
is playing half back on the Univer
sity of Washington team.
County Clerk Moses returned
Sunday from Grants Pass where he
"bad been attending the conference
V-f the South Methodist church.
Miss Minnie Divens, a new
O.'A. C. student, was called to her
Ihome in Ontario, Sunday, by the
critical i llcess of her mother.
Harry A. Miller, son of a for
raer Coivallis barber, and Miss
Mary Mader were married last
Wednesday evening at 7.30, at the
tiome -of. the bride at Jackson,
In Opening Football Game at 0. A. C.
Old Veterans Come Back.
The football season opened at
OAC Saturday with the annual
Alumni game. Five hundred peo
ple were in the grandstand and on
tha sidelines to see Captain "Pap
Ha'ygeed" and his oldtime war
riors give battle to the '05 team.
The first half of the game went to
the veterans with a touchdown and
a ecore of six, but in tbe second
half tbe Collegians drove tbe Alum
ni back for a couple of touchdowns
and a score of 10, making the final
score stand, Collegian?, 10; Alumni
6. When the veierans made their
touchdown, which was the only
one io the first half, the grandstand
went wild, not because it loyed the
old men more or the new men less,
but because no event of the kind
was supposed to be on schedule.
The incident came about - both by
reason of the strength of the old
team and a series of lucky plays.
Alter Dolan kicked off, Nash ran
the ball in to the 30 yard line. Tne
Alumni thereafter in half a dozen
bucks had no difficulty in makirjg
yardage. Then Nash got away on
a fake for 20 yards which was fol
lowed by a rliy in which the
Vete captured the ball on their
por t The ball was etlll 30 yards
away from the Collegians goal, but
iD the excitement of a mix-up,
somebody dropped it, and Tbarp
grabbed the oval and sped away
for the touchdown. Nash kicked
gcal. The half closed with tbe
Cdlegians driving" the visitors
steadily down the field, but time
was called before the goal line could
be reached. In the second half the
Collegians found no trouble in get
ting twice over the line and just
before time was called were near
enough to try for a place kick
which narrowly missed beiog an
THE LIGHT OF OTHER DAYS..
Not very many years ago alcohol was
used for lighting In combination with
.. other fluids under i
the name of "Cam- :
phene," but it suf-.
fered banishment -because
it was too
Alcohol is gener-.
ally harmful when '
taken- in the form
01 medicine, espe
cially to a delicate
Dr. Pierce's tls-sue-rebuUdina
function-strengthening plan of treatment
is following after Nature's pUm.
He uses natural remedies, that is native
medicinal roots, prepared by processes
wrought out by the expenditure of much
time and money, without the use of alco
hol, and by skillful combination in the
most exact proportions.
Used as one of the active ingredients
of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery,
black chkrbybark specially exerts its
influence in cases of lung and bronchial
troubles, and this "discovery " is, there
fore, a sovereign remedy for bronchitis,
laryngitis, chronic coughs, catarrh and
Tlie mimes of the medicinal ingredients
of this worid-famous remedy are: Golden
Seal root, Queen's root. Stone root,
Black Cherrybark, Bloodroot and Man
drake root. .
"I have had such a wonderful experience
with Dr. Pierce' s Golden Medical Discovery
that I do not hesitate to recommend it, be
lieving it to be a wonderful medicine to build
up the tissues ot the system," writes Miss
Bessie Brown. Secretary Emerson Literary
Association, 42S Herman Avenue, Appleton,
Wis. "Worry and nervous troubles had com
pletely run-down my health and strength;
had no appetite, slept badly, and was in a
state of nervous collapse. I took twelve
bottles in all, and, each week, knew that I
was getting better and stronger, until finally
I was as well and strong as1! had ever been.
I have the utmost faith and confidence in
your medicine, and wish to thank you for my
good health, which is a blessing to anyone."
For 21 one-cent stamps to cover cost of
mailing, you can get a free copy of the
"Common Sense Medical Adviser," paper
covers ; or cloth-bound for 31 stamps.
Address Dr. K. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets should be
used with "Golden Medical Discovery
whenever a laxative Is required.
Where did spats come from? High
land soldiers wore them first. Becaus
of the bravery of highlanders at Luck
now and elsewhere in India during the
Indian mutiny the people of England
looked about for some way .to show
their admiration. Scrutiny of the high
land dress disclosed that spats were
the most suitable for adoption, so they
were adopted and have been commonly
worn ever since. .
The game was a pleasant incid- Swect Glrfs
ent, perhaps, as muoh eo for the Drusilla-l did not see you at the
Alumni men as for anybody else, yanblunt reception last night, dear.
A conspicuous feature was the tall Dorothy No. I hoped to be able to go
figure of "Pap Hayseed" back to up to the last moment, but was pre-
college for the first time in eight vented. Drusilla (sweetly) Yes; I know
rpnra TTn in nnv nn pmnlnve in a the Invitations were limited. St. Louis
hank at T,fixi ntrtnn and is doioff eiiuuuu
well. He made a trip of something
like 500 miles to take part in the
game, ana was wen lewaraea in tne
willing hands that grasped bis own
many a hearty greeting, lie
expects to be on hand again for tbe
gams with which tbe season ot
19G6 will be. opened. Another
player who found . the utmost of
pleasure in .the game was Louis
Draft or carnage horse, weieht i,2co.
sound and true, thoroughly broken to all
classes of work, perfectly safe for ladies
and rhildien. AUo new 224-inch "Old
Hickory" wagon, and complete pet of
work harness. Inquire at City Stables,
isuinougb, anotner lormiaaDle cen- corvallis
ter of former dty, who
- Tbe Acting Postmaster Gener--al
has sent instructions to all post
masters to take action in suppress
ing obscene postal cards. I,et the
taction be vigorous as some of the
'Cards offered for sale are more than
Logan Hays spent Saturday
and Sunday with his mother in this
city. He is now assistant cashier
of the Oregon Savings bank of
Portl and. Tbe latter was recently
ire-org anized with new president
and other new officers. It has
$600,000 in deposits,, and employs
-i 4 people.
- The old Sycafoose property
across the street south of the Ap
-plewhtte residence, has been pur
chased by Asa Alexander who is to
Tepair and occupy it. The Alex
ander place has been sold to J. E.
Fowells, who will make sundry im
provements before moving onto the
the premises. .
. After a successful pastorate of
ten years duration with the First
Baptist church of Corvallis, the
Rev. M. Noble has declined a call
for another year. He taKes this
opportunity for thanking all his
kind friends for their many kind
nesses towards him, during his stay
an this city.
' R. S. Bradley, who used to
live in Alsea but who is now a res
ident of Eastern Oregon has been
in town a day or two, looking at
property with a view of locating in
Corvallis. The change is contin
sent on a possible sale of his East
ern Oregon farm.
Reuben Sanders is understood
"to be a member of the Chemawa
football team, which plays on OAC
'field Saturday afternoon. He is
'one of the great fullbacks of the
-country, and a sight to see. in
'football game. For a long time he
-held the record in putting the shot,
;.and is an all round athlete of Coast
renown. Whether he can plunge
.at will thr&ugh the OAC line is
wuestion that local experts are in
quiring about. Some say he will
others say he won t. it all re
imains to be seen uext Saturday,
VCe all spend too much time in com
plaining that we lack time to
things. Atchison Old I.
is now a I
thriving druggist at Enterprise, j
Tbe game carries with it of
ourse, its attermam oi now tne
new team showed up. The mem
bers of the team themselves declare
to a man that they played ragged
bal', and that their showing was
very potr. Ciach. Steckle says
their defmse was sitisfactory for
th:s time in the season, but that
tbeir offense was poor. -lPap Hay
seed says they Bbowed where the
play wa? goiog by their glances al
ter the ball, but adds that they are
ntnoninion the making ot a
cracker-jack eleven. Sjme of . the
down-town experts shook their
heads unsatisfied like afterward,
but are understood to be looking
fore something mnch better next
Saturday, when, they go against
the Chemawa team on OAC field
n a real football ecrap.
Very pretty accompaniments to
the game were a rally at the Ar
mory and a reception and banquet
afterwards in honor of 'he Alumni
players.. At the former. Prof. Cord
1-y presided, and Dr. Withycombe,
Dr. Steckle, Fred Edwards, and
Student Gerhard, of the senior
class made addresses. The recep
tion was given by Alpha Hall
girls, and was in all respects a
delightful social affair.
The line-up in the game was as
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed bids will be received by the
clerk of the Water Committee, of Cor
vallis, Oregon, tip to i o'clock p. m,
Tuesday, Octuber 10, i9oo. for ihe con
struclion work of a gravity water system
for (he city of Corvallis, Oregon, in ac-1
co'ilance with plans and specifications
f r same prepared bv G. N. Miller, C E.
Kadi bid must be accompanied by a
c-: iSed ci.eck payable to the Water
V' inmiltee for the sum of f even hundred
ai-'l fifty dollars, $750.00 which sum
v.: 1 be forfeited, iu case the bidder to
w t om the awaid is made shall fail to
ei ter into a contract for the construction
w ik. All bids must be made upon blank
fc ms obtained from the engineer.
The Water Committee reserves ' the
right to reject any or all bids.
By order of the Water Committee Sept
ember 25th, iq-S-
S L. KLINE,
Cleik of Water Committee.
NbWS Of NECESSITIES'.
It pays to read our ads. It pays to visit our store. It pays
to patronize us. We are up to the , minute in every
detail, News of Necessities will interest you.
r . N g AAc; I x
Nc w German Bill Pickles
New Alssa Honey
Ice Cream Jello, all flavors .
Tetleys India and Ceylon tea
Imported Weir Senf Mustard
" Pickled Pearl Onions
Sniders Pork and Beans
Use "Three Heart Soap"
3 in I Ammonia, Borax, Naptha washes in cold water.
We aim to keep all the late goods on the market, if
we havent them, leave your order we get them for you
on short notice. '
Independent Phone 203
E. E. "WILSON,
ATTORNEY Al LAW.
G. R. FARRA,
Physician & Surgeon,
Office np stairs in Burnett Brick
idence on the corn er of Madison
Seventh at. Phone i t house 1 1 d
" Banking Company
Deals in Foreign and Domestic
Bays County, City and School
SAN FRANCISCO )
PORTLAND f. The Bank
TAG O01 A 1
NEW YORK Messrs. .T. V. Morgan & Co.
CHICAGO National Bank of The Repub
lic. LONDON, ENG. N M Rothschilds & Sons"
CANADA. Unlou Bank of Canada
: WE DO MOT OFTEM CfiE&NGB
Our ad., but our goods change hands
every day. Your money exchanged
for Value and Quality is the idea.
Bis Line Fresh Groceries
' j Domestic and Imported.
Plain and Fancy Chinaware
A large and varied line.
We always keep Vegetables when
when they are tobe had.
Cumber for $a!e
At Lowest Possible Prices
Send in House Bills for estimates of cost
All kinds and grades of lumber on hand, all orders piomptly
filled. Lumber delivered when required.
OTIS SKIPTON, Philomath, Ore.
Bell Phone 4x2. R. F. D. 2. ' :
Sawmill Jocated four miles southwest of Philomath.
R. D. Burgess
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Office over Blackledges furniture
store. Hours 10 to 12, 3 to 5.
Phone, office 216; Res 454 '
W. E. Yates Bert Yates
Yates 6c Yates
Law, Abstracting & Insurance
Both Phones. Corvallis, Or.
H. S. PEKNOT,
Physician & Surgeon
Office over postoiBce. Residence Cor.
Fifth and Jefferson streets. Hours 10 to
12 a. m.,-1 to 4 P. m. Orders may be
eft at Graham & ham's drua store.
B. A. CATHEY
Physician & Surgeon
Office, room 14, BanK BIdg. Hoorsi
IO to 12 and 2 to 4.
Phona, office 83. Residence 351.
O. A. C. Center, Cherry: tack
les, Finn and Dolan: guards, Dan
lap and Bandy; ends, Emily and
C00D8; halt backs, Koot ana wu
liarce; quarter back,Rinehart; full
Alumni Center, McAllister;
tackles. Walters and Oaburn
guards, Burnough and Hilgio; half
backs, Burnett and Tbarp;
fullback, Naeb; quarterback, Ed
wards; ends, McBride, Steiwer and
Gellatly; subs, Hall,
One Dollar Saved Represents Ten
The average man does not save to exceed
ten per cent, of his earnings. He must spend
nine dollars in living expenses for every
dollar saved. That being the case he can
not be too careful about unnecessary ex
penses. Very often a few cents properly in
vested, like buying seeds for his garden, will
save several dollars outlay later on. It is
the same in buying Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It costs
but a few cents, and a bottle of it in the house
often saves a doctor's bill of several dollars.
For sale by Graham & Wortham.
Call for Bids.
Notice to manufacturers and dealers in
water works material.
Sealed bids will be received by the
Cleik ot the Water Committee of Cor
vallis, Oregon, up to 5 o'clock p,m. Tues
day, October lo, i9os, for furnishing F.
O. B. cars at Corvallis, Oregon, in ac
cordance with Ihe specifications for same
prepared Dy li. jn. Miner, u. t ,e loi-
lowing approximate quantities of water
pipe, fire hjdrantp, gate valves, etc.
' 59,5oo feet 4-inch water pipe.
10,000 feet 6 ' - "
6oo feet 8 ' "
E6,8oo feetlo " "
14,800 feet i2 ' -
4o fire hydrants.
60 4 inoh gate valves.
12 6 "
3 12 "
60 gate valve boxes.
28,000 pounds cast iron fittings.
8 500 pounds pig lead.
be accompanied by a
certified check payable to the Water
Committee, for the sum of five 5 per
cent oE the amount of the bid, which sum
shall be forfeited in case the bidder to
whom the award U made shall fail to
enter into a contract for furnishing the
material bid upon. All bids must be
made upon blank forms obtained
from the engineer.
The Water Committee reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
By order of the Water Committee Sept
. S. L. KLINE,
Clerk of Water' Com.
Butter and Eggs at
J. FRED STATES
ATTORAti I -AT-LA W.
First Nat'l Bank Building,
Only Set Abstract Books in Benton County
P. A. KLINE ,
P. A. Klines line Phore I.
O. Addrs, Box ir.
Pays highest prices for all kinds of
Live Stock. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Twenty years experience.
E. R. Bryson,
If you are looking; for some real good bargains in
Stock, Grain, Fruit and Poultry Ranches, write for our
special list, or come and see us. We take pleasure in
giving you all the reliable information you wish, also
showing you over the ohtry.
AMBLER 6c WATTERS
Real Estate, Loan and Insurance
Gorvallis and Philomath, Oregon. .
; to Newport!
ON THE G. & B. R. R.
Beginning Sunday, June 18
and continuing until the end
Leaving Corvallis at 8:00 a.
m., Philomath 8:15 a. m.
Returning leaves Newport at
5 p. m. arrivmg in Corvallis
at 9:15. at Albany at 9:55,
Giving 5 hours at tha beach
Fare round trjp from Albany,
Corvallis and Philomath $1.50
Largest line of matting in the city at
Child Not Expected to Live from One
Hour to Another, Out Cured by
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Ruth, the little daughter of E. If. Dewey
of Agnewville, Va., was seriously ill of
cholera infantum last summer. "We gave
her up and did not expect her to live from
one hour to another," he says. "I happened
to think of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy and got a bottle of it
from the store. In five hours I saw a change
for the better. AVe kept on giving it and
before she had taken the half of one small
bottle she was well." This remedy is for sale
, by Graham & Wortham.