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About The Corvallis times. (Corvallis, Or.) 1888-1909 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1905)
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The Coffee Club met yesterday
for the transaction of business and
the pleasures that always accom
pany an afternoon tea.
" Miss Eva French of Albany
was the guest of Mrs. Cecil Cathey
from Friday until Monday.
Lester D. Smith and bride
moved into their new residence in
Sam Dolan was the guest of
Albany friends from Friday until
Miss Baber of Forest Grove re
turned to lier home Monday after a
visit at the home of Mr. . and Mrs.
W. O. Trine.
Tom Nolan left today for Se
attle to see the big Thanksgiving
game between O. A. C. and the
University of Washington.
J. Whitsitt and family moved
Monday from Job's addition to the
Off" Wilson farm, which they will
occupy ihe coming year.
Mrs. H. S. Eddy and family,
late of Eastern Oregon, have locat
ed in Corvallis, occupying the Mil
ler house on Third street.
-Seorge Brown and family now
occupy part of the Charles Everett
house on north Main street. They
E. F. Strouts of Summit was
in Corvallis Saturday, purchasing
furniture for his boarding house at
At the regular monthly meet
big of the Ladies Coffee Club Mon
day afternoon it was decided to give
a, ;ard pirty Saturdav night, De
A new rectory is being built
at Peoria by the people of the M
J3. church, South. The paper and
carpet go from the Blackledge fur
Basket social at Plymouth
church on the evening of Thanks
giving day, Thursday of this week
You are invited to come.
Mr. and Mrs. Lize Skipton
have been in Portland for the past
week. Mr. Skipton has placed
himself in care of a phvsician in
that city and may remain for some'
"The Sunny Side of Life," at
the First Methodist church ' Friday
night, will be a holiday lecture,
humorous in character and of great
merit. The speaker is Dr. Short,
1 he work ot improvement on
the Congregational church is near
ing an end. The interior has been
re-papered and re-painted, the pul
pit has been extended and a new
carpet will be laid. Later, a fur
nace is to be put in.
Eggs are now selling at 35
cents a dozen, in the local market
One dealer states that he remem
bers only one time when they were
higher. About fifteen years ago
they reached forty cents.
A penny candy store has been
v opened in the building formerly oc
cupied by the steam laundry. It
is conducted by Mrs. Charles
Young and her son Harvey, and
will no doubt be largelv patronized
by the youthful population of Cor
The . new men's furnishing
goods store of A. K. Russ is now
" open to the public in the building
formerly occupied by. the Greffoz
jewelry store. Mr. Russ is among
the new business men of Corvallis,
and will no doubt receive a welcome
from the public.
Members of the Ellsworth Re
lief Corps No. 7 of this city are
making up a fund for the furnish
ing of a cottage of the Old Soldier's
Home at Roseburg. They will
give an entertainment soon to
which the public is invited. Don't
forget the old soldier who carried
the musket in '62.
Five dozen China pheasants left
Corvallis this afternoon for the state
of Kansas, where an attempt will
be made to propagate them and
stock the state with game. They
were ordered of Gene M. Simpson
by the state game warden of Kan
sas, and were shipped to thelatter's
aaaress. mosc 01 tne Diras were
grown in the yards of Samuel Bane
who closed out his entire stock to
Mr. Simpson for the Kansns deal.
The sum paid for the shipment in
Corvallis was $145.
The fire alarm at 11.45 yester
day called out the department and
caused a stir among pedestrians
who were on their way home to
dinner. The blaze caught from the
nue and was on the roof of the
dwelling formerly occupied by Guy
Seeley, two doors south of the
Catholic church. The fire was out
before the department had fairly
arrived on the scene. No damage
Mrs.,H. W. Kaupisch visited
Dr. and Mrs. FHE. Smith and
Mr, and Mrs. Willard Gilbert, were
Salem, were guests of Corvallis rela
Mrs. Amelia Schubert left yes
terday for Oregon City to attend a
wedding. She will be absent sev
Claude Starr, formerly book
keeper at the Hodes grocery, was
up from Albany yesterday and to
day, for a visit with relatives.
Among the Albanyites attend
ing the Armory party Friday even
ing were Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mas
on, Miss Emma Sox, Miss Eva
Frtnch and Fred Weatherford.
C. W. Cressly and mother
from Minneapolis, Minn, are guests
of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wilkins.
Mr. Cressly is looking for a loca
tion in this part of the country.
Mrs. A. L. Knisely and child
ren leave Wednesday, December 6,
for a visit with Mrs. Knisely' s
mother at Battle Creek, Michigan.
They will be absent for three
WAS A VICTORY
Mrs. L. F.
Whist Club next
of Wednesday af
ternoon. The afternoon will be a
farewell to Mrs. A. L. Kniselv.
Lazzie King, a former Corval
lis boy now of Portland has been
appointed a mail clerk on the run
between Corvallis and Portland.
Old time friends are glad to ee Mr.
King on this line.
Miss Florence Wicks entertain
ed number of friends at a card par
ty Saturday evening, Miss Muriel
Gnssen of McMmnville, winning
first honors, and C. S. Benson of
Roseburg, the booby. A dainty
lunch was served.
A recent musical function of
unusual interest was a recital given
by the new vocal pupils of Mrs. E.
F. Green. The affair took place in
the college chapel at 5 p. m. and
the audience consisted of the choral
class of Mrs. Green, numbering 75
members. A few friends were also
present and the event is said to
have been very enjoyable.
-The W. R. C. ladies are pre
paring to give a social in their hall
on the evening of December 15th.
lhere will be a tine program, re
freshments and a good time for all
for 15 cents. The money is to be
sent to Roseburg, to assist in fur
nishing cottages for indigent sol
diers and their wives. Chances on
a doll have been sold by the ladies
and the lucky number will be an
nounced at the social Dec 15th.
The public is invited.
It is probable that more distin
guished people attended the O. A.
C.-Willamette football game than
ever attended a football game m the
interior of the Valley. Among
those present were, Ex-Governor
Geer, ex-Mayor Bishop of Salem,
Judge P. H. D'Arcy, Salem, State
Treasurer Moore, Judge John H
Scott, Salem, Prof. W. C. Hawley,
prominently mentioned for Con
gress, W. N. Gatens, private sec
retary to Governor Chamberlain,
a. in. Moores, baiem, and many
other notable people from various
parts ot the valley.
NEW JURORS DRAWN.
Some were Excused They will Hear
Jfhe Liquor Cases The New
Yesterday atternoon, tour new
jurors were drawn for the term of
adjourned court to convene Monday
December 18th, An equal number
of the late venire were excused by
Judge Harris, the most if not all of
them having legal reasons. One .
was J. P. Hummer who was excus
ed on the ground that he is a minis
ter of the gospel. Another is Louis
Hartley, absent most of the time at
his mines in the Bohemia district,
and not available for jury duty in
Benton. A third is L- A. Brush,
who is a non-resident, having re
moved from Benton county to Port
land about a year ago. The fourth
is Frank Dinges, who was excused
from jury duty on account of sick
ness in his family.
The names of the men drawn in
to fill out the jury list are, H. M.
Flemming, farmer, Corvallis; Ed
Buxton, carpenter, Corvallis; J, W
Buster, farmer, Alsea; and W. A.
Bates, accountant, Corvallis.
So far as known the only trials
to come before the jury at the com
ing term will be the Corvallis .liq
uor cases. There are no civil cases
requiring a jury on the docket, and
nothing is known of matters to
come before the grand jury or dis
trict attorney aside from the cases
growing out of the operation of
Mike Kline's establishment.
For OAC Bested Willamette Twenty
. Eight to Naught Great Game.
In play more brilliant than any
ever put up by a team of the in
stitution, the OAC men visited dis
aster upon the powerful Willamette
University eleven at football last
Friday. The game was on college
field, and the score 28 to o, in the
favor of Steckle's men. Two touch
downs in the first, and three in the
second, with three goals kicked by
Cooper are the story of the $atne.
The formations delivered by the
OAC men fell with telling effect on
the Salem line and ends from the
very first and the advantage was
followed up with such vigor that
Bishop's men' never got a chance to
rally. The Steckle tactics of
sweeping the enemy from their feet
and of showering plays on them
with increasing energy were ad
ministered with flawless accuracy
and marvellous power, with the re
sult that Willamette was completely
outclassed and was never actually
in the play,
Salem never made the five yards
necessary to carry the ball beyond
a third down. Her attempted advan
ce! of the ball during rhe game was
probably less than half a dozen
yards. Steckles men carried the
ball a sheer 440 yards, requiring
155 yards for the first touchdown,
77 for the second, 27 for the third,
75 for the fourth and 108 for the
fifth. OAC fumbled the ball but
once. Cherry's passing of the oval
being remarkable in view of the
fact that he was for the first time
playing in a regulation eleven. Sa
lem profited by the fumble, and this
with twice that she held O A C for
downs and once that Rinehart punt
ed oa a first down was the only time
she had the ball save on O A C's
In the game, Steckle s men ex
ecuted 79 plays in their 440 yards
of advance, Captain Root took the
ball 22 times and in all advanced it
134 yards. Dolan carried the ball
17 times and netted gains ot 109
yards. Abraham was given the
oval 16 times and earned 66 yards, i
Walker 13 times and advanced 64
yards, Griffith, nine times and net
ted gains of 59 yards, Rinehart car
ried it twice and gained 8 yards.
A great factor in the victory was
the behavior of the Agric line.
When the Salem men hurled them
selves against it, they nearly al
ways bounced back from the im
pact netting a loss instead of a gain.
Eq-Captiin Long of the Willamet
tes, who helped to tear fhe Eugene
line in fragments at Salem, said,
after the game, that no aggregation
on the Coast could have smashed
the OAC line as it played that day.
A factor in the offense was Walk
er and Dolan at tackles. Both were
used freely in attacks, both as in
terference and carrying the ball
and their great weight with that
of the heavy backs told with trem
endous effect on the defense of the
Salemites. The lineup was as fol
lows: O. A. C. Position. W. U.
Cherry C Nelson
Bundy, Little R. G Marker
Dolan R T ...Pollard
Cooper R. E Henkle
Dttnlap. L. G Philbiook
Walker J L-T ..Kellar
Emily, Rose L. E Coleman
Rinehart Q Patton
Griffitn, Sweek L. H .Nace, Lounbury
Root .R. H Loug
Abrah am F Rader
Call at ZeirolPs for fresh grass
AT THE PEOPLE'S STORE
Don't you want your Thanksgiving table to look bright and pretty?
New Linen will help it more than anything else, except the turkey.
We have some special values in Table Linen and Napkins, the patterns are the
newest, and quality can't be beat at the prices. .
Heavy bleached Scotch satin finished Demask, 62 in. pryd 45d
. 4i 72 75c
Open work border bleached Demask satin finished 66 inches,
per yard $1.25
These are just a few of the many bargains.
Napkins to match all Table Linen 75c to $3.50 per dozen.
"J 847 Rogers" Silverware all finishes at Thanksgiving prices.
S. L. KLINE
1864 THE PEOPLES STORE
I CORVALLIS, EGQN J
Time is near.
Of course you will want your Thanksgiving turkey cooked prop
erly. In order to have it so, have it baked in one of the large roomy ovens of the. To
ledo, Laurel, or Charter Oak, Ranges, on exhibition at our store. 1 It will then be a dish
"fit for a king." Do not by a range until you have seen our's. They are fully war
ranted. SOMETHING NICE
Can now be seen at our place of business. They are Morris Chairs with genu
ine leather covered cushions, adjustable spring back, and extension foot lests. ."We
shall be highly gratified to have you call and inspect the goods. We shall also be
glad to show you our fine, large line of pictures ordered especially for the Holiday
trade. They are truly works of art, and prices we assure you, are very reasonable.
HOLLENBERG & CADY.
The House Furnishers.
Red. White, Crimson. Alsijay
falfa clovers. Vetch, cheat, Ra: T1
English and Italian Bye grass, 3tCL2
grass, Timothy, Black and gray oats.
limb oaK wood sawed. Vetch hay.
Leave orders at Robinson
and Stevenson's office or telephone to
, L. Brooks.
Block for Sale.
I have a fine block of land, or any por
tion therefor, for sale at a bargain. Will
sell and take payments on the same.
N. B. Avery.
Have you ever tried to figure out why
J. M. Nolan & Son's news paper an
nouncements sound so convincing and
why people respond almost immediately
from all parts of the city and suburbs?
It isn't the advertisements themselves so
much as the reputation back of the ad'
vertisements. You never heard of any
one being being disappointed in their
special Friday Economy Sales of ours,
did you? You never heard of any one
who did not get precisely what was pro
mised; of course you haven't and you
never will ; that's why their advertising
and their Friday Sales are so splendidly
successfnl. Next sale will be on Sepa
rate Skirts, Shirt Waist Suits, Cloaks,
FurB ; and Tailor-made Suits. Don't
miss this sale. Friday Sec. 1st, from 8
a. m. till 6 p. m.
Santa Claus will visit the Bazaar
soon. bylva otarr.
At Mrs. C. A. Gould's store Sat.
Dec. and. The little girls are in
vited to call and inspect my elegant
assortment of doll millinery.
For Sale Holly Flour.
The same as we make our bread
of at $1.40 per sack.
Small & Son Bakery.
seed, timothy, clover, alfalfa, vetch. ! Zierolfs
From Yaquina Bay. Leave or
ders for them for Thanksgiving, at
Young woman wishes to meet a
widowed or single gentleman who
will loan her $30 on good security.
Address P. O. Box 208.
The undersigned is prepared to do all
kinds of dressmaking at my residence on
Mrs. Mary Avery.
' For Sale.
Choice oats, vetch and cheat seed to
be had at reasonable prices, either at the
Corvallis or Benton County Flourin
Mills. A. W. Fischer.
Wear the Rubberhide Boots
and Shoes with Waterproofed
Leather Bottoms, absol u t e 1 y
watertight. Sold by J. M,
Nolan & Son.
Baking Hour Changed.
At 4.00 o'clock each day you can
have hot cinnamon rolls, doughnuts
and bread at Small's Bakery. We have
the finest baker in Oregon.
1 i 1 1 if
r.-i lur iiuui 1 mi it n
in Fall and Winter Suits
El IrajlOUSE OLKUPPENHHMSJi
Try a roll of that Maple Fron
Cieamery Butter, the sweetest, cleanest
and best. At Thatcher & Johnson's.
Phonograph records in first cl
condition twenty cents each.
G. W. Denman, Corvallis.
There will be no shooting on the K
get place this winter. Stay av or ge
cinched. This includes night shoo)
F. 1. MILL
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 country.
AMBLER 6c WAITERS
Real Estate, Loan and Insurance - 1 :
Gorvallis and Philomath, Oregon.