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For advertisements in this column the rate
of 15 cents per line will be charged.
. Frank P. Sheasgreen expects
to have his planing mill in Portland
in operation Tuesday.
" Miss Mamie Crawford arrived
Wednesday from Portland for a vis
it at her home.
Mrs. R. M. Gilbert, after a
several weeks' visit with McMinn
ville and Sakm relative s, returned
Miss Helen Holgate and Mrs. j
J. F. Fulton expect to listen to
Emma Eames Monday even ing in
A surgical operation was per
formed on Mrs. Marshall Miller in
St. Vincent's hospital at Portland,
A carload of special scenery
and stage properties are to be used
inthegreit production of "A Hu
man Slave" at the Opera House
next Tuesday evening. ,
Albany Democrat: ; Coach
Bishop of the Willamettes discover
ed that Pullman didn't play near
the game against O AC that it did
against Willamette. A good rea
son for it,it couldn't.
The ladies of the Presbyterian
church are planning for the annupl
chrysanthemum show they are to
give next month. A prize list . is
shortly to be isiued, and those in
terested should keep it in mind.
A horse buyer of Portland has
been in town for a day or two,
looking for 1,400 and 1.500 pound
norses ior use in rorriana. xie
left this morning and is to return in
a few days. Jesse Wiley has been
assisting him in making purchases.
" Eugene Register: Coach
Shorts was over to see the OAC
Pullman football game Saturday at
Corvallis and says the farmer team
is the fastest one he has seen on
the gridiron this season and a close
game is expected with the local
"A Human Slave" is a big
city show and oh account of some '
misunderstanding regarding dates
has some open time next week and
the management of the Opera
House secured the company for
a one night engagement here next
Tuesday evening. The show is on
its way north from California, and
opens for a week in Portland, Nov.
5th, and the following week plays
in Seattle. It is a Chicago company
and carries a carload of special
R. L. Taylor, proprietor of the
new store in Job's addition, has his
sleeping apartments on the second
floor of the building, and this fact
probably saved him a big loss Tues
days Mr. Taylor had retired, when
thinknig that he smelled smoke,
he got up and went down stairs.
Someone had thrown a partly light
ed cigarette into a pan of ashes,
and a fire had started, a good sized
hole being burned through the
floor when Mr. Taylor ' arrived on
They talk but 1 1 cents for the
best quality of hops. Johnson Por
ter returned yesterday from Salem
where he went to get an insight in
to the conditions of the " market.
The best offer he could get was 10
cents. The impression among lo
cal buyers is that present low prices
are the consequence of artificial in
fluences brought to bear by buyers
in the hope of, getting the crop at
bottom prices. Nobody here has
Eugene Guard: Distance rac
ing, sham battles, midnight speech
es, dips in the cold waters of the
millrace and paddling contests forc
ed on freshmen by sophomores
Monday night has caused President
Campbell of the University, to call
a meeting of the two classes for to
night when he hopes to put an end
to hazing. It is said thai the prac--tice
of hazing at the University has
been more frequent this year than
any previous year in the history of
the institution. One victim, who
was thrown into the millrace the
the other night, became seized with
cramps and fainted, and it is said,
would have drowned had not time
ly assistance arrived.
A divorce case of more than
usual notoriety was on trial at Dal
las three days of the present week
and a well known Corvallis lawyer
- was one of the attorneys. The de
fendant was Mr. Yater a well to
do farmer near Dallas, ind his wife
was the plaintiff. Judge McFad
den andJT. L,. Butler were the
wife's counsel. The lawyers on
the othea side were Judge Hayter
of Dallas, and James "McCain of
McMinnville. A decree of divorce
and one third of all the realty; as
alimony,: the costs and - disburse
ments of the suit, including her at
torney fees was the judgment of the
court for the woman.
Ambrose Houck left Thursday
for uis home at Gold. Hill after a
visit with Benton county relatives.
The U. of O. football team
plays' Chethawa at Eugene tomor
row. Mrs. R. M. Gilbert has return
ed from a visit to her daughter at
Misses May . Hurt and Attie
Bray arrived home Tuesday from a
three weeks', visit in Portland and
William Graham is employed
in the drug store of Graham &
Wortham during the absence of
Henry Wortham in California.
Henry Flickinger, , a well
known resident of Polk county, is
the guest this week of his daugh
ter, Mrs. Caroline Maxfield.
Tuesday evening the ladies of
the Presbyterian church are to give
a halloween party at the home of
Mrs. J. H. Simpson to which all
are invited. Refreshments 10 cents.
--The receipts of the local post
office increased more than eleven
per cent daring the last year, ad
vancing 'from $6,600 in 1904 to
$7.33 in 1905- ;
An "Afternoon' Tea", is in
progress th:s afternoon at Alpha
Hall from 3 to 5. The guests num
ber thirty and are, assembled by
Mrs. Horner in honor of Mrs. W.
E. Yates, who with her family
leaves tomorrow for her new home
at Vancouver. Wash.
Mr.lmd Mrs. I,ay are recent
arrivals in Corvallis from Eastern
Oregon, and occupy the Ingle
house on Third street. ' They come
from a country where snow is now
two feet deep on the mountains,
and it remains there until the mid
dle of June or first of July. A let
ter from their son received within
the past few days, states that it is
snowing every day at the old home.
"A Human Slave" is the title
to the bill to be given in a theatric
al performance at the Opera House
Tuesday night. It is by a Chicago
company, and the local manage
ment believes it to be first class in
all respects. A carload of scenery
is among the effects. The week of
the 5th is to be ttte period tor a
Portland engagement by the same
company, the Corvallis date having
been secured by the local manage
ment while the company waits for
a Portland theatre. . "
Today's dispatches tell of act
lvity in the wheat market, with a
rise of one to one and one-fourth
cents in Liverpool, and a two cent
advance in Chicago. The changed
conditions are due in part to polit
ical troubles and a shortened crop
in portions of Russia. - In the local
market the price remains at 62
cents. There are claims that Eu
rope has no wheat, and that later
on, there is bound to be a big ad
vance in the cereal,
A divorce has been filed in the
circuit court in which Harvey Sar
gent is the defendant, and his wife
the plaintiff. The couple were
married in Apr 1902. Mrs. Sargent's
complaint alleges that since May
1904 the defendant has continually
lived apart from her, all without
just cause or provacation. She
asks for a decree of absolute di
vorce, -for the costs and disburse'
ments of the proceeding, and for
her maiden name, Emma C. In
Apparently the Lebanon edit
ion cf Mike Kline and his flunkies
are getting into trouble in the Linn
county circuit court. -A dispatch
from Albany to the Portland Jour
nal says: "Luke Jennings and G.
B.Hansard, two Lebanon social
club members, were indicted by the
grand jury today, charged with vi
olating the local prohibition law.
Both were arrested, arraigned and
placed under bonds for trial."
Eugene Register: The sup
porters of the university ball team
are awakening to the possibilities of
the great games now , so near at
hand. For the first time a band is
being organized to assist the root
ers in their demonstrations of loyal
ty. College songs are being
arranged for band, and the
game Saturday will be the occasion
of a grand rehearsal of the perform
ance, that will b presented to the
O. A. C. people on Nov. 11.
Portland Journal: Unusual
Interest is attached to the game on
Saturday next between the elevens
representing the University of Cal
ifornia and the Oregon Agricultural
college. It is stated that Corvallis
has the strongest team in her his
tory, and that the feeling among
the Oregon rooters is that. Califor
nia is going to get a sound beating
on Saturday. On comparative
scores Corvallis should defeat Cali
fornia. The strong, steady game
that O. A. C. played against Pull
man stamps Coach Steckle's eleven
as one of great strength unusual
speed and considerable strategy.
The outcome of this game will be
eagerly awaited. -
Mrs. J. A Henry is visiting in
Portland. She left Tuesday.
Miss Louise Cooper left Thurs
day for a week's visit in Portland.
. Mrs. Mary Thompson arrived
home Thursday frum a three weeks
visit in Portland. ; .
"Miss Villa Fields of Forest
Grove is the guest of Miss Lavina
- Mrs. J. H. Simp?on entertain
ed the Ladles' Afternoon Reading
club Tuesday afternoon.
Frank Thrasher is clerking
this week for Thatcher & Johnson,
the latter being absent from town.
Miss Lura Flett leaves in a few
days for Portland where she is to
enter a business college.
Joseph Ingram left Thursday
for his home in Ritzville, Wash.,
after a visit of several weeks with
Mrs. Mary Ingram and daugh
ter. Miss E'.hel, were guests Wed
nesday and Thursday of relatives in
Corrallis. They reside near Mon
There is to be a football con
test tomorrow afternoon on O. A.
C. field between the Seniors . and
bosed of raw men and the eame I
promises to be very" interesting to
The Times has perfected ar
rangements for securing news from
tomorrow's game at Berkeley, both
between and after the halves.
Shortly after six o'clock a complete
story giving some of the details of
the game is expected by wire.- -
Mrs. Susan Starr has leased
her dwelling on Eighth street, and
as soon as arrangements can be
made, is to leave for Ballston, to
make her home, with her son, Rev.
M. Clay Starr.
Miss Addie Horton is to leave
tomorrow for Waterville, Washing
ton, where it is stated, she is to be
one of the chief actors in a wedding
that will occur shortly after her ar
The roast beef supper given
Wednesday evening by the Episco
pal ladies was a very profitable af
fair. . The attendance was laree
and the receipts amounted to $61.
The girls of the Feronian liter
ary societyare to be entertained to
morrow evening by the young gen
tlemen of the Philadelphian society.
The event promises a good time for
those who will attend.
A. R. Prescott has been a Cor
vallis visitor since Wednesday.
He is an uncle of J. J" Cady and
Mrs. Ellen Mundy. Tomorrow
Mr. Prescott leaves for Spokane, to
spend the winter with relatives, his
home being in Iowa, t
-At the Methodist churoh Sun
day morning there is to be Sunday
Echool rally at 10 o clock, to which
all the young people and children
are invited. There will also be an
opportunity for all who desire, to
join the Sunday school. Every
one is invited to be present, and
make the occasion a grand success.
Salem Statesman: Friends of
Harvard college express some sur
prise that the attendance this year
shows a falling off. President El
iot says it is due to the . fact that
Harvard is a rich man's college.
Harvard's failure at football in re
cent years is a much more probable
" - ...
William Spencer who arrived
last week has completed operations
in Cascara bark peeling in Wash
ington for the present. He and his
associates have sold a carload of
bark, and have three carloads yet
on hand, which will be held for
higher prices. Cass Harrison,
yartner of Mr. Spencer, is still in
After November 1st the start
ing time of all the R. F. D. carriers
out of Corvallis will be at 9.30 a. m.
All summer the starting hour for
carriers 1. 2 and 3 was at 12.30.
The earlier start is necessary for
the wirjter schedule because the 25
mile trip involved on each route
cannot be made during the daylight
- The Benton county exhibit has
arrived from Portland, and- still
boxed, is in the corridor at the
court house. As yet there has
been no determination of the ques
tion of what will be done with it,
and there will not be until the com
missioner's court meets. It is'how
ever, the general idea that it should
be permanently displayed in some
convenient nook at the court" house.
About a dozen people are en
gaged in gathering the Meeker ap
ple crop out on college hill. The
crop is one of the largest in this
section and is of excellent quality."
There are no worms, and only a
limited . amount of scab, at d by
next year, with the proper amount
of spraying, it - is confidently ex
pected that the crop will be entirely
free from scab or other blemish. -
Copyright 1 905 by
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thes. Here's"a Top Coat, but
suits,! what ever you
please. All wool no
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THE PEOPLES STORE
m:-. ri-ing till
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; We are here expressly for the purpose of furnishing your hoai
and house furnishiugs. Our store is a scene of bustle and activiiy fr'
night. Good goods and reasonable prices is our motto. We have no f-
the same to everybody. -
. , A car load of chairs just received. A new line of Drcsszrs, Extension Tables
and Stands ready for inspection. Charter Oak, Laurel and Toledo Ranges, Lest on the
market. We-sell ranges on installment plad.
and talk with.
If you need a stove or --ngo cme in
HOLLENBERG & CADY.
The House Furnishers.
' Red, White, Crimson, Alsike and Al
falfa clovers. Vetch, cheat, Rape, Speliz,
English and Italian Bye grass, Orchard
grass, Timothy, Black and gray oats.
Grab oak wood sawed. Vetch hay.
Leave orders at Robinson
and St&ven son's office or telephone to
L. L. Brooks.
23 head of wether sheep.
A nice little home of i7 acres for one
year at i00. .
Ambler & Watters.
Choice oats, vetch and cheat seed to
be had at reasonable prices, either at the
Corvallis "or Beaton County JFlourin
Mills. A. W. Fischer. "
Twenty five people to pick potatoes on j
shares next Saturday Inquire of Sam
uel Whitesides, Ind. phone number a on
Butter. . . -
Tr " a roll of that- Maple Front
Cream y Butter, the sweetest, cleanest
and be; t. At Thatcher & Johnson's.
Syk s S
in Fall and Winter Suits
and Oi . coats.
Phonograph records In first class
condition twenty cents each. .
G. W, Denman, Corvallis.
-Trespass Notice. "
There will be no shooting on the Ki-
ger place this winter. . Stay away or get
cinched: This includes night shooting.
;. " v; Richard Kiger., . "
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