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About The Corvallis times. (Corvallis, Or.) 1888-1909 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 5, 1905)
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For advertisements in this column the rate
of J5 cents per line will be charged.
Mark McAllister, of Marion
county, was up for an over-Sunday
visit this week; j ; V ?., -.. -t ;
Maillard Long -spent Thanks
giving .. with friends in . Independence.
; Tom Nolan returned . home
Sunday night from Seattle and
; Donald Graham arrived Mon
day morning from Grants Pass and
is a guest at the home of Dr. Farra.
, Ben L. Eddy, formerly of Cor
vallis but now a Tillamook lawyer,
has been named by the president as
register of the Roseburg land othce.
! Chester Henkle, who is attend
in e college in Salem, spent Thanks-
eivine with his parents, who reside
R. E. Gibson of Portland has
been a Corvallis visitor on business
the past week.
. The Sophomores had a party
in Miss Snell's room at the college
Friday evening. It was well at
tended and a highly enjoyable
event.' ,: '-" '' - '
Mrs. A. 1,. Knisely and chil
dren . leave tomorrow for Battle
Creek, Michigan. . Mr. Knisely is
to accompany them as far as Port
land. AlbanV Democrat: .vThe OAC
boys covered themselves with glory
by beating Washington 15 . to o.
They are the best team in the North
Mrs.' Ed Andrews ' has 'since
Friday been; at the . bedside of a
brother in "a" Portland TiospitaV tate
reports are to" the. effect that Mrs.
Andrews. expects, t enters hospital
tomorrow and undergo an operation
Otto Hathaway -a ncl :i;'Maillard
Long have established "a 'shooting
gallery in connection with the Long
bicycle store. The gallery? began
business yesterday ..morning.,-. 7 -ifH
Logan Hays, for many years
the popular " Western Union oper
ator in : this, city, has. been, in ,Cox3
vallis for several days on a visit to
his mother. Mr. Hays was re
cently, the assistant cashier in! the
Oregon Savings Bank of Portland,
He lias, however, resigned h a po
sition to engage . in other business
Mrs. Horgan of Salem' arrived
Monday," and - is a guest -at "the
Mangas home. '
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Harding exr
pect to move into their; new resid
ence this week. t
i J. H. Harris returned today
from a business trip to -' Portland..
He left Sunday.
: i Walter Sheasgreen, Western
Union operator at Albany, spent
Sunday with his mother in this city.
! J. W. Ingle is in Walla Walla,
on a visit to his daughter. He left
' Mr. and Mrs. Ninez Francisco
were Portland visitors Sunday and
f . .
Miss Thia Johnson 4s the
guest for a week of Mr. and Mrs.
Willard Price in Kings Valley.
She left Saturday.
j Prof. E. F. Pernot has been
confined to his home since Thuis
day with an attack of pleurisy. He
is recovering very slowly.
Willard Ireland, of Independ
ence, is now a corvallis Dusines s
man. He is a brother of Clarence
Ireland, and is a gentlemanly and
deserving young man. v., He ! has
purchased the D. D. Berman gro
cery establishment, and is now in
charge, though this morning the
invoicing was still iq progress,,The
consideration in the deal is under
stood ' to be about v $2, 500. The
trade was engineered by Robinson
& Stevenson. . ' n ..
At the regular meeting ' of
Friendship lodged A; O. U.' W.j-on
last Friday, the;. following were el-;
ected as officers for the following
year: John Allen, M. W.; E.' Hol
gate, F. ; Roy Woodcock, recorder;
S. L. Kline, receiver: J. F. Poster,;
guide; F. G. Clark,, inside ; wtch;5
W. B. Lacy, outside Watch ; Jesse
G. K. Farra and 11. . S. t'ernot,
medical examiners; W; C:"Corbe.tt,-
P.-M..W. : t ;"
Fred Kerr gave a party Thurs
day evening , to about ., 20 young
friends. Light refreshments, and
games were the ; features, and all
had a good . time. " On Saturday
evening about 30 of the O. A. C.
sophomores gathered at the Kerr
home and held a second party,, and
all report'a jolly time.--' ' r r
Two weeks ago, Mr, McAllist
er, aged 80 and residing a few miles
beyond the Willamette w figured in
a runaway! accident,' and the net re
suit was one shoulder broken, one
shoulder ; dislocated : , and five" ribs
broken, besides other injuries. In
spite'of his yaars, he is already but
of most ol his bandages. .
ii-iThe football men arrived home
Saturday. Aside from the bruises
incident to' a hard game, all are in
good condition, except Kenneth
Cooper, who has a knee sprain that
slightly lames him. All accounts
agree that the game was the hardest
the boys have encountered this sea
son, save that played in California.
The men ; began training yesterday
afternoon for the big game with
-Multnomah next - Saturday, which
there is every reason to believe the
; college; bas ought .to' winVb,. :
churchhaye,decjded. c - hold their
annual Christmas- Safe during the
atternopnand. evening of j Wednes
day December 6th at the Farmers
Hotel;--They; will also have on sale
home made candies . and popcorn
crisps' and 'will also" ' serve sand
wiches and coffee They will.have
a special, bddth for th&Jale.qfjgood
things to eat, such as home made
bread, cakes, pies, " doughnuts and
other digestibles. - Beginning at 5
o'clock they will serve a light sup
per for 20 cents consisting of ham
sandwiches, ;picklesr potato salad,
cake and coffee. .iu'A-I-iR'd
Among those at " Seattle to see
the Washirigfo'n-OACJ!gyme was
JProf ., Ilayward,- formerly q the, col
lege, ;now An an. electrical :establish-!ientatYictom,B(-i-i--He.
the eight-hour tfip'Wsee t&etgame,
.audi was cue xst the-- ieartlestof the
; Oregon : men's supporters.'?!Ahoih
- : The following musical
bers will be given by the choir at
the Congregational church at their
annual praise service bunday ev.-.
erring: AnthemH lvtneSreqplei
Praise Thee." fTrio,- 'Lo, s my.i
Shepherd is Divine," Miss Allen
J.: C. Knapp and Ed Hughes. Solo,
"The Way of the Cross," Mrs. C.
E.; Peterson. Chant by male quar
tette. Response, Choir. Solo and
chorus, '"The Heavenly; . Song,".
Mrs. Berchtold and Cadies Chorus.''
Anthem. "But the Lord is Mindful
of his own," Duet. "Love Divine'' t
Miss Allen and Mr, Knapp: ;cn:":
The first boat of the season ar
rived Sunday afternoon. The Wil
lamette is now atygood ; boating
stage, and hereafter boats will run
onschedu.e making three xouhd
trips per week between Corvallis
and Port.a'na -The! leaving i.days
will be Mondavs, Wednesdays and
Fridays, and the arriving days
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur
days. The hour for departure? is
six o'clock a. m. J. B. Irvine has
been appointed local agent of the
company, and the office at the dock
is open regularly for receipt and de
livery of freight? The "steamer PO'
mona is on the reg ular run.
" ' They "' had a ' city election at
Philomath yesterday. In thesac
pnd ward, the, vote resulted in 4 tie
on two of the candidates for coun'
cilmen, Stanley Watkins and Mr.
Caldwell receiving the same num
per ot ballots, lhe election re
sulted,' mayor, . J, G.' - Becker; .' re
corden, W. T. v Bowles; (, treasurer,
J. E." Henkle; councilmen 1st ward,
Guy Frink and f.R. E. Pugh; 2nd
ward, C-E-b. Davis. and a tie as.to
ueorge Bennett ana m. v. peeper
The vote on the question of !wheth
er or not cows should be allowed to
un at large within the city
hmits resulted against re'
striction of the liberties .and privi
leges of the bpfiec L J jT
? Except Miss Harriet and Miss
--Born , yesterday morning, to j
Mb and Mr& G. LBeacu, 1 a- son.
Prof, and Mrs. Coote spent
Thanksgiving at Newport They
returned Monday.' " ( '.!
Mrs.:Ei'T. Simpson -left for
Portland ' Tuesday to be absent a
few days.;-, ; Ai:-
Lou Southworth, the well
known "colored gentleman" of Al
sea,. was . in' Corvallis Saturday,
shaking hands with old acquaint
ances. '' " y i '''-''-
Rev. John E- H. SimpSoa of
St. Mark's church Portland uritt be
the - , preacher at the Episcopal
church Friday evening at 7.30.
Hugh Taylor returned to
Monmouth after a few days visit at
home. . His sister, Miss Nettie, al
so left Monday to re-enter the Al
bany college. ' '-"
Miss Laura Persinger returned
to Monmouth Monday to resume
her studies at the State Normal
She was a guest over Thanksgiving
of her parents at, Bellefountain.
The Order of Washington had
a pleasant social time at their hall
last night. Each member was re
quested to invite one f friend, and
the result was a large, attendance
lhe report is that the" event was
The chorus which is being in
structed by Mr. Herse met as usual
Monday evemrfg in College chapel
After the ' practice, ; refreshments
were served by several of the .ladies
and a social time enjoyed.
The Ladies Aid Societies of
the United Evangelical church are
preparing for a sale to be given on
the 15th and 16th of this month,
Place ,: and . particulars to be an
nounced later. ,
urr-Yesterday was "pension day"
at the clerk's office and before noon
35 old soldiers had been in to have
their japefs signed. These days
arejbusy ones for Clerk Moses, con
siderable ' writing : being necessary
on each set of papers presented, ;
C.' K Abbott and" fa"miiv!-ii6w
occupy the property recently pur
chased by them, just west of the
P D. Berman home. The place
vacated by them . is tow occupied
by M.-L;Ernest and family. ;''
Eilers Piano House' is the largest
and roost responsible and , progres
sive establishment on the coast. , It
handles the best pianos. - dicker
ing, Weber, Kimball, Steck. Ho
bart M Cable and many othess.
Prof. G. Taillandier,. of the O. A.
C. can tell ycu aU about their mer
its and the advantages of buying of
balers Piano House, whose dealings 1
are all on the, fairest and most rea;
sonable basis. : Prof. Taillandier is
at home on College Hil1 ... Saturdays
and every evening o the week. He
will be glad to furnish all infor
mation desired. . , , 7
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 anyone
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 bo splendidly
successful." Next sale will be on Sepa
rate Skirts, Shirt Waist Suits, Cloaks,
Furs ' and Tailor-made Suits. , . Don't
miss this sale. Friday Deo. 1st, from 8
a. m. till 6 p.m.
For Sale Holly Flour.
The same as we make our bread
of at $1.40 per sack. .
: " Small & Son Bakery.
V: , AT THE PEOPLE'S STORE
' There is nothing more acceptable for a nice
Christmas present than a nice pair of Shoes
.Queen Quality shoes for
every occasion. For in
door and outdoor use for
sport, exercise o r dress
wear. You can find the
correct style in
Christmas slippers for
men and women 75c to $2
Slippers and booties for
children 50c to $2
S. L. KLINE
CORVALLIS OR. THE PEOPLE'S STORE
r.eJTT .was !,, TomMcFaddehV, 'former
;oach -:of the OAC.team,-,; and like,
CProf. Hayward, he was an enthust
astis suppottet and V'more' tbarf dW
flighted with' j;tb;vPrbft!tTO:tor.
AFrank Groves' iwas on . hand with-i a
f 'band of rooters from the Bremerton
Navy Yard, so that the' OAC: boys
witn tne crowd they.took along had
plenty of music along the side lines.
Time is near.
Of course you will want your Thanksgiving turkey cooked prop-; '
have it so, have it baked in one of the large roomy ovens of the To-
ledo, Laureli or, Charter Oak Ranges, on exhibition at pur store. It will then be a dish
.'fitfor a Hng.' a G range I until' you have 3een pur's. They are fully war-
TackjMilne and Carl Pressly
have opened a cigar store in the bid
Rose building next door north of
Kline s. A complete stock of the
best brands of cigars will be car
ried. The back room is to be fitted
up for pool , and billiards. The
place has been christened ''The
Gem." It is expected to have the
place open for business tomorrow
Rumors have been flying about
town for several days ' to" the effect
that the U. of Oj football team had
asked O, A. C. for another game to
be played in Portland. Another
form uf the reports was that Mult
nomah had offered each of the big
otate teams 51,000 to play a game
in Pottlandand that Eugene had
already accepted. In spite of the
preposterous conditions involved in
tne rumors, there were numerous
believers. There is . abontas much
likelihood of Eugene Being induced
to play O-A. C. . another game of
football this season, as, there is for
the world to change the direction of
a - ' . ATM ' f
turning us axis. , i ue .cugene Doys
are a smart bunch, r - end they will
not hunt another game with O. ?A,
C. this season, no not for the
being made to handle a record Sat
urday", crowd on the day of pe
game,' lor the pertorm ancestor tne
O. A.1C.AeamA stamps it , as the
strongest team that will visit this
city this seasdn. -The defeat by
Oregon has-been, more t thanu'oflset
by the performances ..since that time
tor UorvalUs has decisively beaten
both Willamette and Washington
Oregbd by the score of 10 to 6,
while Washington tied the Oregon
leTtloday tolom MrrSheasgreen Tn
Portland, where they are hereafter
to reside. Many Corvallis friends
regret their departures. .Mrs, Sheas;
grct;n nas Been a iactor -mne ue
gree of Hotaor lodge,' of which .'she
is a past cniet or honor, and in
which she has from time. immemor
ial held omiaPp6sitiofi SfieBas
aisu ueen a leaaing spirit in tae
Catholic chturcb of both town and
county, haying seryed .since May
1892 as Ofefanlst 6i ffl6 local' Church
during which Ibng period ijsh6 was V
absent butci.rTeC6fdt 01 faith
iu attendance eldpmH gvr dupli
cated. Many gatherings of a fare
our place of business.! They are Morris ; Chairs with genu
.!.ine,ieather; covered cushions,' adjustable spring back, and ; extension .foot -jests: ; "We:
shall be highly gratified to have you calLand inspect the goods, .i .We shall also be
glad to show you our fine, large line of pictures ordered I especially for the Holiday
: trade. They are truly works of art, and prices we assure you, are very reasonable.
HOL.EENBERG & CADY.
The House FurnIshers.
'"; Seeds. .'-.' J'-':
Red; White, Crimson.'; Alslf A ;
falfa clovers. Vetch, cheat, Raju r.ffctf,
English and Italian Rye grass, &eJia
grass, Timothy, Black and gray oats. . :
Grab oafc wood sawed. Vetch hay. ;
. , i- t. Leave . orders at Robinson
and Stevenson's ... office or telephone to
L. L. Brooks. --'"-
i For Sale.- . ..
, Choice oats, vetch 1 and cheat seed to
be had at reasonable prices;;either at the
Corvallis or Benton County . Flonrin -Mills.
7 .. ... A. W. Fischer. :.
Wear the Rubberhide ; Boots
and Shoes with Waterproofed
Leather Bottoms, absol u t e 1 y
water tight.' Sold by" J. M.
Nolan & Son. 0 - J
Baking Hour, Changed. 5
! At 4.00 o'clock each day i- you -can
have hot cinnamon rolls, ' donghnuts
and .bread at Small's Bakery.! ,i We have
the finest baker in Oregon, s .
. -, I ; -Trv
gation, and galloped Washington
to ,the tune oyjxk-o y score", t(ich
would indicate that the "Farmers"
are considerably : stronger than
the State cVarsity. jQa jv; j:
i 33c? thejlazIaF nftlve, '
ell character have been helat A S! JnfWlf 1
Honor lodge at which Mrs. Sheas-
green was presented with a hand'
some token of esteem. The latter
was an elegant? fcmbfeGi vof a cpast
chief honor,;. oX he rder. j The
family Ief' fof 'Toraand1 today.
Misses Harriet and Mabel Sheas
green will remain In this city.
' Siewloi oi freshi'y 1 ioad&I shotgun
BiellsilAU kinds of football jsnpplie8. i
3 L" ,30Y .h'tqv.-j
roll of that . Maple Fron
Qieamery Butter, the sweetest, . cleanest
and best. At Thatcher & Johaaon'SJ
Santa Claus will visit the Bazaar
soon. t?ylva fstarr.,,,. -.if .,p
l.m1.,',J it"! I I'AlO.llW
liif inler time is reading 'fame Wn4, ,ith'
th'appWach;- rfl Mghtethe desue
for goftd reading o matter i.ripensi'nitXoU"
can find all the- late Books' at:
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T 1 :m !
v in Fa and Winter Suits
, . vrroadui oc yif ciiv.' i,J
1 T-ltl tJ
ti lo sci 3ns
ikttit Jo -nor,
nil ti no t
hats f at"- Cost-1 See Mrs.
Go to the Gem for : best 'cigaisf
Common Colds are the Cuse pf Maiijr Li
of keeping on hand a bottle of Chamber-, 1
flainte-, (uirlirr.E!medy,a?e$ ,henself a great
-amount of uneasiness and'anxifety." Coughaj
Dolds and crouj? jtpj whicb cUilflren are sus
ceptible, are quickly cured by its use. ilt
oimttejacts. nr tendejiijf o4 a A0Jd4pnrBsult
m pnsuisonmancr in avtu as soon vas me
first symptoms of croup appear, it will pre
vent the attack. This remedy contains
nothing injurious and mothers give it to lit
tle ones with a feeling of perfect security.
Sold by Graham & Wot;Uaw.
lffiuld,neyejt, bie,fieair4j SiR3if8
that pneumonia xucb coosuraptioi .originate
frhi a'tiMd-ima chtoHicTeatajtbTOnchitjs(
vated and, : tendered ; more irgerious -, by .each
fresh-attacki'-Tio not 'Tisk"yotiriife'or take
chances when you, ftky'kXWobf
lain'si'eonghjiEemedy Will cure' it' Befdre
ihese'-diseases'deTek).1 Thfe; remedy con
tains no opium, morphin&'bFotber harmful
dm?, and has thirty Vears nf rpnntaiirm hiVV
af i gained by its cures under every condi-1
tion. Tor sale by Graham & Worthaja.
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