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NEWS OF CORVALLIS AND
VICINITY TOLD IN BRIEF.
THEIR AKNUAL GAME.
0. A. C. and U. f.Q A Week From
. Next Saturday Portland Paper's
" Opinion of it.
The annual game of football be
Toe Comings and Goings of People
Social Gossip, Persoifal . Men
tion and Other Items of
Satn Eddy was the guest from
Saturday till Monday of Salem
Mrs. S. B. Bane is expected
home tonight from a brief
Mrs. Oro Yokum of Portland,
was the guest from Friday until
yesterday of Corvallis friends.
Manfred Seits and family are
to move into the Jame3 Flett resi
Misses Edna Gillette and
Madge Baldwin spent Sunday with
friends in Albany,
Mrs. O. J. Blackledge has been
confined to her home for several
days with a severe attack of neu
ralgia. Mrs. Clarence Irvine returned
to "her home in Independence yes
terday, after a few days' visit with
The commissioner's . court
meets, tomorrow in regular session
for the auditing of bills and the
transaction of other business.
W. T. Nichols, formerly of
Corvallis, was the guest of friends
Sunday and Monday. He resides
in Willamette precinct.
E. B. Horning snd family,
- Fred Groshong and Miss Agnes
" Wilson spent Sunday with friends
in Iyinn county.
Fhe W. C. T. U. will meet in
the Reading Room on Thursday af
ternoon of this week. All mem
bers are requested to be .present.
J C. Hammel, the popular
proprietor of Hotel Corvallis, is suf
fering with an attack of pneumonia
He has been bedfast, for nearly i
week, and is very ill.
A halloween patty with about
, 25 guests, was given by Miss Grace
Smith at her home from 7 to 9,
Monday evening. ' The occasion
was a happy one for all present.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyons arrived
Sunday from Southern Oregon, and
are guests of relatives. Mrs. Ly
ons was formerly Miss Greer of this
city.r - - - ' ; I-,-;: r:
Fred Groshong, of Portland,
arrived in Corvallis Saturday, and
was the guest over Sunday . of his
sister, Mrs. E. B. Horning. . He
left yesterday for his old home in
Kings Valley, to remain.
Waldo Colbert left yesterday
- for Chicago, to be absent two or
' three years. Mr. Co'.bett intends
to secure employment, but jnay lat
er eter a university for a course.
Miss Janet Blackledge gave a
Halloween party yesterday after
noon from three to six. A large
number of young friends were en
tertained and the occasion was de
lightful for all.
The Ladies' Aid society of the
M. B. church, South, gave a re
ception to members of ihe church,
iFriday afternoon from twa to five.
The affair was held at the residence
of Rev. McCausland, and was very
After the Times' press hour
tonight, t.he ladies of the Presby
terian church were to give a hal
loween social at the home of Mr.
John H. Simpson. The affair was
to be public, and a good time was
Four, lots near the Carriage
Factory were bought by C. A.
Troell Monday, and he is to be
gin kntnediately the erection of a
THE CALIFORNIA GAME
Oregon Agrics at Berkeley
What Frisco Papers say
tween OAC and U. of O. occurs at
Eugene a week from next Saturday.
An excursion train is to run from
Corvallis, leaving in the morning
and returning after the game, with
a low rate for the round trip
Speaking of the game, the Oregon-
lan says in Monday s ls-ue:
Whatever the outcome of the
Willamette Oregon game may be
the big game of the year among the
colleges of Oregon is the annual
struggle between the University of
Oregon and Oregon Agricultural
College. For tbe past triree years
visit in J tn's annual contest has been grow
ing in popularity, until it now riv
als the Stanford-Berkeley game.
It has been suggested that the Ore-gon-Corvallis
game be played on
Multnomah fitld. this year, and the
suggestion seems timely, for tbe
game i coming to be a great draw
ing card, and if played in this city
would prove a great money-maker.
Tbis ytar's game however will be
played on Kincaid field , Eugene, on
Saturday, November 1 ith, and from
the interest already manifested,.
there will be a record, breaking at
tendance. The Corvallis people
will run a special train to Eugene
on the day of the game, and Steck-
le's players will have the support of
400 well-trained rooters, headed by
the college band. Not to be out
done, the Varsity students have
organized a. rooter's club as well as
a .band, and it seems certain chat
there will be rooting galore.
The rivalry beetween Eugene and
Corvallis is intense. College spirit
as well as college pri Je, - runs high
in both the state institutions, and
followers of the two elevens are wil
ling to back their favorites with
coin of the realm.
" The Agrics , have not defeated
Oregon since 1897, but this year
under the efficient coaching of Dr.
Steckle, they are out for revenge.
With such players as Captain Root
and Williams, the speedy halfback:
Abraham, the "human piledriver"
at fullback; Dow Walker, the big
center rush; and Cooper, the crack
end, the Oregon players will have
a bunch that will keep Latourette
and his followers guessing all. the
time". : The Corvallis team is heav
ier than Oregon, and the backs are
faster. Laurence, left tackle of the
Agricultural team, is out: of- the
game at present owing to an - ac
cidental bullet wound, but it is
said that he will be m condition for
the game on November 1 ith. A
comparison of the x scores made
against Chemawa and Berkeley
shows that the "University and the
Agiicultutal College - are evenly
matched, and those who follow the
doings of Northwest-football teams
say tha't .the Coryallis-Eugene game
of this year ' will eclipse -anything
ever seen in these parts. Both
teams sre- drilled by Michigan
cracks, and both are playing the
same kind of football. Whatever
the outcome of ' the games with
Willamette, Washington or Multno
mah maybe, the fact remains that
the big game of the year as far as
Western Oregon is concerned is the
contest between the University of
Oregon and the Oregon Agricultur
al College. - . .-. ;
San Francieco Chi!: Sprint rac
iog wa one of the most prorxinect
features of tlyi tntertainment pro
vided by tbe University of Califor
nia and tie Oregon Agricultural
College footra 1 teams on the grid
iron at Berkelye yesterday. Two
ten-Etcoi.d men were pitted against
each other for a Elxty-yard iuo and
while the race was on the immtme
crowd wa as s-.ient as ice aeatn
lees hills that keep guard over tbe
California fields When the" strug
gle was over the chcera roBe to the
It all happened in tha second half
of the notball gams. C-tlifornia
hid tie ball on her own fifty yard
lioe. Q larterback Woitmaa ulu
lated thrt signal in his own falsetto
way r It was Saedigar with the
pigf-kiu close in around the blue
apd gold left end.
Kittrelie put CoopT out of com
mission. Mead bowled over Dolan.
California's right half had a clear
fild. Williams. Oregon' left half,
who has made his own ten second
on half a dozen tracks, took up the
chase fcixfeet behiad. -The' other
players and officials composed the
tail of thl3 double-heided comet.
Slightly swerving t the light,
Snedigar shot down tbe field in his
pacer stride. Just cut of tackling
distance Williams foil iwei wi'h the
ep ed of a race boree. Where there
legs should have b eo was a blur.
The laet chalk Hue was coming
nearer to Siedigar, but so was Wil
liams. 'Will he catch him r was
the thought in eveiv mind. Fin
ally the Oregon maa dove through
tbe air. He clasped the striped
stockings of tbe Califoroiin and
Snedigar wasdown. But the bullet-like
blue and gold back bad just
crossed the line and it was a touch
down the only ote of. the day.
Force kicked tbe goal, which, with
a field g al in the first half, com
pleted tbe score of ten.
The boys from the home town of
the Holy Rol.ers DUt op a splendid
fight. Thtir coach is "Doc". Steck
le, who handled Nevada two years
8ff when tbe sazebrushers tied
Stanford and (Ufeattd California.
Tust refore tbe ckse of the half !
alifornia secured thfc ball on 0 e-
gon a thirty-yard line as a result 01
fumble and Fjrce kicked a held
goal. Toe home team made sever-
1 other fruitless attempts to dupli
cate this play during the remainder
of the game. Ihe work cl the tour
t a behind the lush line wasartv
ation to everybody and musthvf)
br- ught fer to thetearts ofa bunch
of Stanford fo tb ill men who watch-
the contest from the bleachers.
The lots went at
on the property
$220. The deal
by Robinson &
Protected the Jfadge..- ":
After the jury In a Texas case had
listened to the charge of the court and
had gone to their room to deliberate
npon the verdict, one of the twelve
went right to the point by Baying
"That thar Pike Muldrow orter be
convicted an een'ral principles. He's
bad as they make 'em."
As the hum of approval went around
a weazened little juror said, "I heerd
that Pike guv it out that he'd go gun-
nin' fur us, if we sent him up, jes"
Boon's he got out, an' fur" the Jedge
""We must pertect the Jedge,". they
agreed, and the verdict was "Not guil
ty." Detroit Free Press.
. Ed Phillips, formerly of Cor
vallis but now of Grant's Pass," or
rived Monda-, accompanied by
Mrs. Phillips. He is enroute to
"the Klondike on a two months'
business trip, and leaves for there
in a day' or two. Mis. Phillips will
remain in Corvallis during his ab
At llie home of Rev. and Mrs.
Hurd'last night a large party of
friends, and members of the United
Evangelical : church assembled - in
response to an invitation from host
and. hostess to-spend an "anniver
sary evening." Rev. and Mrs.
Hurd have been married five years,
and 60 guests celebrated the anni
yersary last evening. Light re
freshments were served and every
one had an enjoyable time..
A Peculiar Ornament.
Berlin has probably one of the most
peculiar ornaments for a reading room
that has ever been seen in a similar
position In a civilized country. This is
a gravestone which stands, large and
massiveT in one corner of a small room.
It is not only a gravestone, but is in
Its 'legitimate position at the" head of
a grave. The history of Its location In
the house is interesting. It was not
put up in the house, but the house was
built around the stone. Its original
position was In the burial grounds in
the churchyard at St. Hedwlg's.
How Could He Help Itt
He Do vou think marriages are
made In heaven? She I don't know,
Perhaps they are, but I'd be satisfied
with one made In or, that Is, of course,
I wasn't thinking what oh, Charlie,
do you really mean it? Chicago Eec-
0 u 1 d do
t...:i from it
GIVE ME 203.-
This is Mrs". Please
send by the first delivery
2 packages Plymouth Rock Geli ine
1 bottle Burnette Vanilla Extract
1 quart Manzinelto Olives for 25 cts
1 jar pickled Lamb Tongue
1 pound Saratoga Chips
1 gallon fresh Cider
1 pound Full Cream Cheese
1 quart Sauer Kraut
1 package Zest
1 pound New Dates
2 pounds New Figs .
- For Sale.
-Wagons, hacks, plows, harrows,
moweis, driving horses, draft ho
baggies and harness; fresh cows
yon want to buy, come in. I ran
tU ai. atone.
'-.WE BO NOT OFTEN CHANGS-.
Our ad., but our goods change hands
every day. Your money exchanged
- - for Value and Quality is the idea.
Big Line. Fresh Groceries
Domestic and Imported.
Plain and Fancy Cbinaware
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of Corvallip, Oregon,
MAKES LOANS on approved se
curity, and especially on wheat
oats, flour, wool, laled bay,
cbittim berk, "and all other
clieses of prcdure, upon the re
ceipt thereof etortd in mills and
; public warehouse?, or upon
chattel mortgages and also
npon other classes of good 89
DRAFTS BOUGHT AND SOLD
upon the principal finanrial
centers of tbe United States
and foreign countries thus
tran&f-rring money toal) parts
... of tbe -civilised world.
A CONSERVATIVE general buai-
ness transacted in all lines of
A large and varied line.
We always keep' Vegetables when
when they are tobe had.
E. B Gornitig
WARD OFF DISEASE
Py fortifying your system with a reliable
od meaicine. An aiconouc siimuiani
and the reac
tration tu an
- ever before.
With stomach and
blood in good order
you can , fight the
battle of life suc
all odds. Goldeit.
Skai. root (fly
drastic), is a famous
remedy for dyspep
sia, and Queen's
has a direct action
In promoting the
renewal of the
bloods Both of these are used in Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery in
such a way. by skillful extraction, com
bination and solution -without alcohol,
that their best effects are secured.
Many years of actual practice con
vinced Dr. Pierce of the value of many
native roots as medicinal agents and he
went to great expense, both in time and
in money, to perfect his own peculiar pro
cesses for rendering them both efficient
ana sate lor continuous use as tonic ana
The enormous popularity of "Golden
Medical Discovery" is due-both to its
scientific compounding and to the actual
medicinal value of the incrredients. The
publication 01 the names or the xnreav
era on tno wrapper ot every "Doiue
hereafter to bo sold, gives lull assur
ance of its non-alcoholic character and
removes all objection to the use of au
SSv PILLS, first put up by old Dr.
eeV! R. V. Pierce over 40 vears
ago. Much imitated, but never equaled.
Little pill, Little dose, but give gn-at re
sults in a curative way in all derange
ments of Stomach, Liver and Bowels.
"Common Sense Medical Adviser" will
be sent free, paper-bound, for 21 one-cent
stamps, to pay the cost of mailing onlv.
or cloth-bound for 31 stamps. 'Address
Dr. H. V. Pierce, CG3 Main Street, Buf
falo, N. Y.
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Send in House Bills for estimates of cost '
All kinds and grades of lumber on hand, all orders piomptly
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OTIS SKIPTON, Philomath, Ore.
1 ) Bell Phone 4x2. R. F. D." 2.
Sawmill located four miles southwest of Philomath.
C. H. Newth,
Physician and Surgeon
E. E. TV1LSI
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G. B. FABRA,
Physician & Surgeon,
Office up stairs in Burnett Brick
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Office over Blackledges furniture
store. Hours 10 to 12, 3 to 5.
Phone, office 216; Res 434
H. S. PERNOT,
Physician & Surgeon
Office over poetoiBce. Residence Cor.
Fifth and Jefferson streets. Honrs 10 to
12 a. m., 1 to 4 p. m. Orders may be
eft at Graham & v' -'ham's drug store.
Her Mother Mr. Sloman has been
coming to see you for quite a long
while, Maude. What are his Inten
tions? Do you know? She Well, I
think he Intends to keep on coming.
V&s fjxs tSAsr fears' .tO -Ka ft I
KVva ' I
fy S. L. KLINE
Bittter and Eggs at
B. A. CATHEY
Physician & Surgeon
Office, room 14, BanK BIdg. Honrsi
lO to ia and a to 4.
Phone, office 83. Residence 351.
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Goryallis and Philomath, Oregon. : -
Largest line of matting in the city at
- ' ; For Sale.
Draft or carriage bor?e, weight 1,200
ound and true, thoroughly broken to al
lasses of work, perfectly safe for lidio
nd children. Also new 2--inch "01"
Hickory" -wagon, and complete set o
work'hii u-Ji. Inquire at City Stables
Child Not Expected to liive from One
Hour ' to Another, but Cured Toy
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Itemed'. -Kutii,
t'.ie little daughter of E. X. Dewey
of Agnewville, Va., was . seriously ill of
cholera infantum last Bummer. "We gave
her np and did not expect her to live from
one hour to another," he says. "I happened
to think of Chamlierlain's Oolic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Beniedy and got a bottle of it
from the store.. In five hours I saw a change
for the better. We 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. : .