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NEWS OF CORVALLIAND
VICINITY TOLD IN BRIEF.
The Comings and Goings of People
Social Gossip, Personal Men
tion and Other Items
StatGirny Warden Baksrwca
in towo S turflay. The Rcppositiun
is that, he wm oa ft search for lawbreakers.
M:sa Eva Dy gave a party at
lier home Sa'.urfiay evening. Game,
luaai-. and refreshment were f;
turirs fccj ived by about 2U guests.
-James ChsrnbfTO, fged 2'2, wh
has Ven Guff-mug tor tour w ks
with typhoid fever is better. The
nurse who was in charge of the
case, JeH fur For Hand this morning.
C ay D rby, c s!on-l of th ca
det reoimfDt at O: A. C. laat year,
i io town lor a vieit. Ha ha re
signed his position in a Si'sem drug
store, and is cuofeiderirg otaer po
fitiot'S that hava bsen offered him.
He leaves tor Sdetn tomorrow.
J. E He.,k)?, the Phil.jrrTa'h
Merchant, passed through town S 4
rd'ay en route tome from I;rigo,
F. " tern Oregon.' has two sor-s
H i are engaged in th mercantile
t .Mineet- at Irrigon. The p a e "
i owiog with rrarvelo'is rapiditv,
having now more than 400 people
where a year or to ago toere was
nothing but sage brush and rabbi i.
Will Castle, E. J. Nawton aud Mr.
Friend are acoqou Philomites who
are residents of the new community.
The Corvallis aad Brownsville
High schools locked horns at fot.t
ball on O A. C fit-Id Saturday, and
the Corvalliis boys won by a score
of 16 to 0. The gate receipts weie
meagre, and the boys ran into a
dtfiuit of about $18 50, which tbey
bad to dig up out of tbeir own pock
ets. The Corvallis line-up was:
Hubler, R E; Emrick, R T; Hollie;
ter, R G; Cooper, C; Tharp, L G;
Stewart. L T; Barchtold, L, fi; Ave
it, Q; Cronise, R H; Felton, L H;
Hubler C, F.
On Thursday evening, November
30, Miss Marguerite Herron enter
ttiiced a number of ber friends in
her lovely country home in Irish
Bend. Those prseent were Hukiah
Barclav, Leah Buchanan. NicyS.1
mea., Ntnta p.nd Ella Herron, Misses
Marguerite Herrorr Gertrude Bac
ley, Grace aad Edna Watkios, Ed
na Myers aud Maud Hayeej Messrs
Hugh and Robert Clayton, Josiah
and James Herron, Ross Barclay,
Chancy Barclay, Arthur Buchanan,
and Chester Edwards. The even
was most pleasnn'ly fpent in
garner, music aud refresrimeritc.
Mias Heircn proved herself a nootl
Deserving special not'iC9 is the
ioiqu holidav window display ot
J. M. Nolan & S)n. The window
is rilled with beautiful articles of
various description suitable for
Christmas gifts. A feature "of the
display is en artistically arranged
osy corner. Duriog the evening
the window is brilliantly lighted by
numerous electric lights arranged
to. form the motto, 'Christmas
Greeting?." A nice electrical ef
fect, suggestive of the city, is pro
duced by alternate lighting of 'he
-"orde'Christmas"' and "Greetings.5
C-cil Cathey is the designer of the
n-play, and George Cathey, the
tt'Clrician. The window attracts
iuucb attention and is the occasion
of unusual comment.
Ed Schoel, Albany: ist, cockerel.-
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Black Breasted Red Games:
All awards to W. A Keyt, Per
F. B. West, Jefferson: ist, cock
i st. hen.
Silver Pencilled Wyandottes.
J. M. Porter, Corvallis, all
J. E. Edwards, Bellfountain:
ist, cockerel; ist. pullet.
S. E. Beal, Corvallis: ist, cock;
ist. 2nd, 3rd. 4th.. cockerel; ist and
2nd, hen; 3rd, pullet.
J. B. Irvine, Corvallis; 2nd.
cock ; 4th hen: 4th, pullet.
E. Dow. Shedd: 2nd, cockerel;
3rd, hen; ist and 2ud pullet,
Single Combed ,Buff Orpingtons.
F. L,. Miller: ist and 2nd, cock;
1. 2nd, .3rd, .4th, cockerel; ist and
2nd, hen: ist. . 2nd, 3rd and 4th,
pullet; ist and 2nd, pen; ist and
Silem, Or., Dae. 2 A petition,
bearing the names of 60 voters of
this city and asking that an amend-,
ment to the local option law basub
mitt,d to the vote of th people at
tbe n x'. regular election," was filed j
vefterday with the county clerk.!
This is the first petition that has',
been filed, but it is understood. that
others, for ib some purpose, are be
in? circulated tnrough the county.
..-Toe aaierjdujent seeks to make
the iaw require ihn signatures of 30 j
per cent ol the rglftered voters to
titions calling for a vote upon
the question of prohibition or no
prohibition in any preciuct or covin
The preeeot law onlv requires
10 per cent of tbe voters and in no
vent more than 000. The ether
chhngHs suggested are apj arcntly
Ed Schoel, Albany, all awards.
F. A, Johnson, Tacoma; ist,
cockerel; ist and 2nd pullet. '
F L. Miller, Corvallis: ist,. 2nd,
3rd and 4th, cock; ist, 2nd, - 3rd
and 4th, cockerel; 2nd, 3rd and
4'.h, hen: ist and 2nd, pullet. ;
Ed Schoel, Albany: ist, hen
A. L. Knisely, Corvallis: 3rd
and 4th, pullet.
Biack Minorcas: ' - .
J. L. Kashans, Newberg: ist,
cock; 3rd, hen; 3rd, pullet; ist,
Mr.-s, John Campbell, Monroe
2nd, cock; 2nd, pen.
W. E. Baker, Albany: ist and
Mrs. Benson, Cottage Grove: 4th
E. Fen wick, Portland: ist, hen
ist, 2nd and 4th, pullet. 3rd. pen
A. M. Smith, Albany; 2nd and
THE POULTRY SHOW.
"Winners of the Silver Caps Exhibi
tion very Successful.
The birds at last week's poultry
show were as good as those at the
Lewis and Clark poultry exhibition
"That is the statement of a poultry
fancier, who saw both, and who
inows.' One bird brought from
British' Columbia was declared by
the scorer, to be the best he hadev
er seen on the Pacific Coast. The
ligh character of the birds was the
comment of everybody. Over 400
lirds were displayed in all, and the
aggregation was something that ev
ery man, woman and child' in the
county should have seen.
Dr. Lester took two of the silver
. cups and F. L. Miller, one. The
other awards at the show, in addi
tion to those already published,
White Plymouth. Rocks:
Mrs. A. V. Thrasher: ist, cock;
3rd and 5th, hen; ist, 2nd and 3rd,
pullet; ist, pen. , .
A. L. Knisely: 2nd. cock; 2nd
and 3rd, cockerel; 4th, pullet; 2nd,
jen; ist, collection.
THE DAY and THE DINNER
If you expect to pass a pleasant Thanksgiving
. - Day, see to it that the eatables for the dinner
are purchased here. Youhould be thankful
for such splendid offerings as these
tion and prove
Ed Schoel, Albany: ist. cock
2nd, cockerel; ist, collection: 3rd
J. W. Fisher, Albany: ist, cock-
2nd, cockerel; ist, collection: 3rd
J. W. Fisherj Albany: ist, cock
erel; ist, 2nd, 3rd and 4th, hen;
F. F. Ries, Albany: 3rd, cocker
el; 2nd and 4th, pullet; . 2nd, pen.
J. M. Kent, Corvallis: ist, cock
2nd and 3rd, cockerel; ist and 2nd.
hen; 2nd and 3rd, pullet; 2nd, pen.
D. M. Calbreath, Monmouth:
4th, cockerel; ist and 4th, : pullet;
Silver Spangled Hamburgs.
J. A. Archibald, Philomath,
UNSEEN DANGER IS ON OUR TRACK
From the time of our birth till we lie
down for the last time.
liu: best defense from the dangers of
disease is vigor of
body and activity
of tne'natural func
tions. Tlie kind of as
sistance Is import
ant. It must not
be stimulation for
that gives but. tem
porary effect, and
the reaction is more
Take a tonic one
that will re-establish
tion and assimila
than a promoter of waste. This will iiv&
nature a fair chance to put in motion
normal worn or repair ana tissue miiiaing.
bucn a tonic was grown in jNature s.
Laboratory, hidden in the eround and
brought thence forty years ago by Dr.
u. v. fierce, who Has made tne treat
ment of lingering diseases his life-long
study and care.
tie uses glyceric extracts instead ot
alcoholic ones, exactly proportioned and
combined by processes of his own inven
tion, first used in his private practice and
now given out freely to the world in his
"Golden Medical ' Discovery," which is
composed of Golden Seal root, Queen's
root, Stone root, Klack Cherry bark, Ulood
root and Mandrake root.
Mrs. A. T. Jones, of 926 Hayes Street, San
Francisco, Cal.. writes: "As a child I was
delicate, and great care was taken of me
because some of my relatives had died of
consumption, although my father and mother
were healthy. I grew up with only the ot
dinary diseases of all children, but about
two years ago I contracted a severe cold,
which would not . yield to such home-treatment
as was handy. Doctors were tried, but
after three months of this treatment I was
only worse. Then I was advised to try Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, and am
glad to say that three bottles not only cared
me of the cold and cough, but made me feel
better than I ever had before. I will always
have a bottle of this medicine in the house.
- ThesA t.inv. snffar-coated anti-
IaSSSSv bilious granules regulate and
fk.vT? inyigorate Stomach. Liver and
eTOW Bowels. Do not beget the "pill
habit," but cure constipation. One or two
Dorh riair fnr ft lavnj-.ive anil regulator, three
or four for an active cathartic. Once tried
always in favor. Put up in vials ; alway
iresn ana renaDie.
New Nuts, New Figs, Cape Cod Cranberries r
New Dates, : , New Currants,
NewJRasin.s, Lemon and Orange Peel, Fine Candies,
.JLlw ! Glazed Cherries, Pine-Apple, -Oysterettes,
Nabiscos, ' Macaroons,
Festinos, Fancy Dried Fruits,
Bananas, Apples, Oranges,
Crisp Celery, Lettuce,
Corn Husks. Saratoga chips, . Mince Meat.
Everything in canned goods. Cabbage.
Sweet Potatoes. Squash. Honey, Butter,
Eggs, Olives, Pickles, in fact everything in
eatables. o o o o o
C. H. Newth,
Physician aad Surgeon
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
: of Corvallis, Oregon,
MAKES LOANS on approved se
curity, and especially on wheat
oats, floor, wool, baled hay,
cbittim berk, aud all other,
classes of produce, upon the re--ceipt
thereof stored in mills and
public waTebouees, or upon'.'
chattel mortgages and also
upon other classes of good se
DRAFTS BOUGHT AND SOLD
upon the principal financial
centers of the United States .
and foreign - countries thus
transferring money to all parts
of the civilized world.
A CONSERVATIVE general busi- :
ness transacted in all lines of
Now is Your Chance
During the month of December will offer all of our Talk-
aphohe and Columbia Graphophbnes at 25 per cent discount
REMEMBER for one month only. We have also ad
ded to our stock The Victor and Edison Talking Machines.
We also carry a good assortment of records as follows
' Victor Records ' . Zonophone Records
Columbia Records . American Records
The same old rm in the same old place. -
In the Counfy Court of the State of Oregon for
In the Matter of the Estate )
I. E. Gleasos, deceased. )
Notice is herebv given that the final account
of tbe undersigned administrator of the estate of
1. J (ileason, aeceasea, nas Deen renuerea to
ssld conrt for settlement. aDd that wedneslay
the .id oax of January, 1905, at the hour of elev
en o'clock A. M. has been duly appointed by said
court as the time tor nearwg objections tnereio
aiid tne sett lenient thereof, at which time any
person interested in said estate by having
ODjecEiona to saia account tuny appear anu me
ma OUjectlULIB CS.Ut:iJLLUU3 Willing till DQIU
account and contest tne same.
U. S. GLEABON,
Administrator of the estate of I. E. Gleason, de
IQ 'Sold; .
s- l kune
M i:'er of Guardianship Estate i
H ;n in Mason, ah Insane Person. )
. tice Is hereby given that the undersigned
gu . -tian of the estate 01 Clemen Mason, has ni-
. tke counts court ci Benton county, state
01 .'regon, his final ancountas such guardian of
-state, and that Friday the oth day ot Jan-
ur y. 1906, at the hour often o'clock A. M. has
be- fixed by said court as the time for hearing
nhi . tions to said account and the settlement
thereof. K. B. MASON,
Guardian of the estate of Heman Mason. ,
A Holiday Attraction,
This year Christmas comes on
Monday, and two nights later on
December 27th the opera house
management will present one of the
most mirth-provoking plays on the
road. It is a clean story of rural
life, dealing with the joys, trials
and simplicity of life on a farm.
In it there is a genuine, wholesome
ness that lends charm to all parts.
The title of tbe play is VThe Mis
souri Girl", and the company was
in Bellingham Wash., on the night
before Thanksgiving this year.
Tlie Bellingham Reveille, m speak
ing of Miss Clifton who takes the
title role, said the next morning in
commentine on the play: "Bessie
Clifton- as "The Missouri Girl"
waS a whole, show in herself. Her
interpretation, of the part was the
most ludicrous and at the same
time natural and unstudied pos
sible. Her frantic efforts to become
"citified' kept the audience in a roar
of laughter. ' .. ..
This ailment is .usually caused by rheuma
tism of the muscles and may be cured by
applying' Chamberlain's Paini Balm two or
three times a day and rubbing the parts
vigorously at each application. If this does
not afford relief "bind' on' a piece of flannel
slightly dampened with Pain Balm, and quick
relief is almost sure to follow. For sale by
Graham & Wortham.
In the County Court of the State of Oregon,
or Benton County.
In the Matter of tie Estate
Melissa E. Gleason, deceased
Notice is hereby given that the final account
nf the undersleued administrator of the estate
of Melissa E. Gleason, deceased, has been rend
ered to said court tor settlement and that Wed
nesday the 3d dny ti January, laob, at tne nour
of eleven o'clock A. M., has been duly appointed
by said court as the time for. hearing objections
thereto and the settlement thereof, at which
time any person interested in said estate uy
having objection to said account may appear
and tile his objections er exceptions in wrttlng
to saia accouui ana contest me saiue.
TJ. S. GLEASON.
Administrator of tne estate of Melissa . Gleason
. :B;: Borning,
We are not inclined to spend much time in
writing ad"73rtisements we prefer to let our goods
and customers speak for themselves.
OUR TRADE IS GROWING FAST. :
WE WANT YOUR TRADE.
WILL ASSURE SATISFACTION,
. B ffohting
E. E. WILSUN,
ATTORNEY A7 LAW.
G. li. FAJRBA,
Physician & Surgeon,,
Office up stairs in Burnett Brick
idence on the corn er of Madison
Seventh st. Phone t hoaseaal ti
Deals in Foreign and Domestic '
; '' Exchange. " :" :
Buys County, City and School
SAN FRANCISCO 1
PORTLAND f The Bank o
SEATTLE f California
TAOOMA 1 . i ;
NEW YORK Messrs. J. P. Morgan ft Co.
CHICAGO National Bank of The.Repub-
CONDON, ENO. N M RotbscUUds ft Sons 1
CANADA. Union Bank of Canada
R. D. Burgess
- PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Office over Blackledges furniture
store. Hours 10 to 12, 3 to 5.
Phone, ofEce 216; Res 454
H. S. FERNOT,
Physician & Surgeon
Office over poetencee. 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 drug store.
Notice to Creditors.
In the Matter of the Estate )
WIlliam J Kelly, deceased
Notice is herebv elven to all persons concern
ed that the undersigned has been duly appoint
ed administrator with the will annexed of, the
estate of said Wflliam 3. Kelly, deceased, by the
county ourt of the state of Oregon, for Benton
county. All persons having claims against said
estate of William J. Kelly, deceased, are hereby
reauired to present the same, with tne proper
vouchers,' duly verified as by law re
quired, within six months fiom the date hereof,
to the undersigned at his residence in Monrc e,
Oregon, or at the law office of E. E. Wilson, in
Corvallis. Benton county, uregun ,
Sated Novemner 3, 1905.
Administrator with tbe will annexed of the es
,tate nt.Wra. J. Kelly, deceased.
;. ' . Notice to Creditors.
In the matter of the Estate ) .
- of I
. C M. Smith, deceased. )
'. Notice is hereby given to all persons concern
ed that the undersigned has been duly appointed
executrix of the last will and testament of 0. M.
Smith, deceased, by the county court of the state
of Oregon for Benton county. . All persons hay
ing Claims against saia estate ox m.- duiiiju,
deceased are hereby required to present the
same, with tne proper vouchers, duly verified
as by law required, within six months from the
date hereof, to the undersigned at her residence
three miles northwest of (Jorvallts, Oregon or
at the law office of E. E. Wilson, la Corvallis,
penton county, Oregon. '
Sated, November 3, 1905.
LUCT A. SMITH, '
Executrix of the last will 'and testament of C.
-M. Smlth, deceased.
Ready Tor Business!
Having rented the E. P. Greffoz building on Main
Street opposite the post office where I have put, in a New
and Complete line of up to date Men and Boys Furnishings,
consisting of Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Ready-Made Clo-.
thing. A fine line of Shirts, Underwear, Ties, Handkerchiefs
Hosiery, Etc. Prices that are right. Call and examine my
line as it is no trouble to show goods. A share of your pat
A. K. RUSS
B. A. CATHEY
Physician & Surgeon
Office, room 14, BanH BIdg. Hoarsi
IO to 12 and 2 to 4.
Phone, office 8 3 Residence 351.
If your stomach troubles you, do not con
clude that there is no cure, for a great many
have been permanently cured by Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. - Try
them; tliev arc certain to prove beneficial.
They only'eost a quarter, tsold by Graham
Is displayed by many a man enduring
, pains ot accidental Cuts; Wounds,' Brnis-
es, J3urns, ocaius, oure metur sliu juiuie.
But there's no need for it. Bucklen's
Arnica Salve will kill the pain and cure
the trouble. It's the best Salve on earth
for Pilea, too. isc. at Allen & Wood
ward's, drnggista .
YES YOU CAN
Learn shorthand if. you study the jight. system, and. it
will not take you long either. How long? Only . .three
to four months, if you .
JOIN THE SPECIAL CLASS
Which will oommence Jan 2, 1906, and be able to write
from 100 to 150 words a minute by April 30th. ' Some
will be able to take, lectures, and sermons1 Electric
Shorthand is very easy to learn, none eaiser, to read and
tione.RO rapid. Yes , 2 to-3 recitations -a. day beginning
JANUARY 2, 1905:
And when you are competent; "we, will assist you. to a
. good position. - ; . . .
Corvallis Business College;
L E. Richardson, President.
r J. FRED TATES
ATTORNh I -AT-LAW.
First Nat'l Bank Building,
Only Set Abstract Books in Benton County
E. R. Bryson,
Largest line of matting in the city at
Child Not Expected to Live from One
' Hour to Another, .' but ' Cured. X
.. Chamberlain's ''Colic, Cholera
Ruth, the liule daughter of E, N. Dewey
of . Agnewville, Va., was seriously
cholera infantum last summer! "We gaxe
her- up and did not expect her to lire from
ne hour to another,? he says.' : "I happened
to think of Chamberlin'sColic, Cholera aria
Diarrhoea Remedy and "got a bottle-of 8
from the store. In five hours I saw a change
for the" better. - We kept on giving it afl$
before she had taken the half of one small
bottle she was well." : This remedy is for sale
j byGraham & Wortham. . - - -