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HOW THEY LOST:
. A C FOOIBALL MEN PLAYED
I SEATTLE TO A STANDSTILL.
But Were Defeated by Seattle's
) Good Fortune in Makiog Two
. Field Goals The Score
was Sixteen to Six.
By llie - grace of good . luck
and two place kicks, the University-
of Washington de
feated O AC in game of football
in Seattle Saturday with a score of
sixteen to fix. Every account
agrees that the ngure3 do not re
present the relative merits of the
Yearns. Early in the game while
the Oregonians were still nervous,
- 4from their environments, the Wash
ingtontans managed to push over
the line for a touchdown, but it
was the last they got in the game,
The first time the Oregon boys got
she ball, which did nt take long
stfcer the second kickoff, they drove
. 4hi'r opponents back over the. line
far a touchdown in two brief min-
tt;ee. The strength and skill of
- $sath elevens were so nearly equal,
feat after that, neither wa3able 'to
5frce the other, over the goal line,
"fee Washingtonians, however,
aanaged'to kick two"' goals from
field., the last of which , was
eade 1 f seconds before the end of
tf&a game. Of place kicks, aside
fern those made in this game, but
37a others were made in the Unit
ed States in the. many games of
sSabarday, one by Princeton in a
-game with Columbia, and one in
the Stanford-Nevada game. Spie
SeU, the Washington player who
saada the kicks, claims that he
:an.make them ordinarily about
saaetlme in 10 attempts. " Fortune
angled so blandly upon him Satur'
4ksyhat he made two in succession
against the OAC men.
Csrvallis men who saw the game
say tha the noise of the steam cars
or the grand stand or something
else -caased the OAC men to go to
pieces la the beginning of the game
C "J3Chey allowed Washington to walk
sail vef them, but after that, re
covered and played an excellent
game. The first . thing they did
sfier pulling ( themselves together
was t o drive their antagonists
rswiftly up the field for 'a . touch
iewn. After that, the two teams
pushed each other ; up and . down
-,'4he field with honors even and with
ske apparent 'outcome anybody's
" 2s.e Seattle Times in it's account of
Shegame admits that for the .- place
Sticks the' Washingtonians could ,
jpot have won. It also says the!
OAC line was like a stone wall and
iSsbst Washington was almost pow
erless against it. -
"The collegians arrived home on
ISsmday's train. A demonstration
-tstudents that greeted them on
-ssrivai at me- railway station was
-enough to convince members of the
Stam that their fellow students
: liave ro-fault to find, but onthe
"""contrary are well satisfied with re
sults, so far this season, The Se
cattle Times detail of the game is as
follows: '"" r-.
Washington won the toss and
chose the south goal. Nash kicked
fifty yards down the field, "Spy"
trdnning back ten. Well3 skirted
right end for fiye yards, and Straus
-found left for fifteen. ' A center
aliay .netted two and Wells, again
miade eight around' right. " Wilt
jwent through center for one yard.
"Welle was good for two, Straus3
-one, and Wilt made the -distance.
Strauss skirted left end for three
airds and Wells" right end for five.
Wilt again made two although Wilt
ifaUed in a try at center. Then be-
iipd splendid interference,?. ;WelIs
-went down the field for fifteen yard
-and Strauss added three more on a
left end play. By this . time the
ball was on Oregon's five yard
line and Maxey Wells cut that
down to four, and after Oregon had
held for one down, Strauss found
sani opening for the first touchdown
Spiedell kicking an easy goal.
' Time, seven minutes. Score," Wash
ington 6; Oregon o.
. After the next kickoff both Wells
'and 'Wilt failed to gain and Spie-
dell was forced to kick, ! the ball
iaiyancing for ten yards. Nash
smashed center center for three and
-again for one. Root found a . yard
' through tackle and Williams 6kip-
'pea around leftend for" a total of
ten. JJootbn the next play went
Mm one better by tearing off fif-
teen yards around right end on one
Jhe prettiest runs , of the day.
-Alackle back play netted two
.yards and Williams found
iive more, and Root shot
3od for the touchdown,
kicked goal. Washington
ATter Spiedell had kicked thirty
yards down the field Oregon tried
the local line four times and it was
Washington's balL ' In " two fries
Wells and Strauss carried the ball
the necessary five -yard3 although
it tcok four plajs to duplicate the
trick. Strauss "again " skirted " the
end for three jards, when Wash
ington was given five yards for an
offside piay. ; It was then that
Strauss tried his first place kick
and made the goal. ' Score, 'Wash
ington il; Oregcn 6.
- Nash again kicked fifty yards
only to have Spiedell, carry the
sphere back fifteen. Wells jwas
good for five and Strauss behind
elegant interference waa good for
ten. A left tackle back was good
for two and a right tackle back
netted two. Wells and Hill were
both tackled for no gains, and it
was. Oregon's ball. ,
After two clays, Oregon kicked
3o yards to azaiu take the ball on
downs. Like Washington they
were uhab'e to make the necessary
five yards and then the. varsity
proceeded to literally walk down
the field, Strauss making four,
Wilt, five. Wells, ten, and again
for fifteen, when the ball went to
Oregon on her 25 yard line fof un
lawful usa- of the hands. They
were only able to make two plays
however, when the time was up
and the first half ended with Waeh
ington il, Oregon 6. -
In the second half Washington
kicked forty yards to immediately
regain the ball on downs.. After
Wells found right end for ten yards
Strauss was tackled, for no gain
and the next play the varsity fum
bled and Lantz fell on the ball af
ter it had rolled ten yards into the
enemv s , territory. uregon's
left tackle here did some fine work
and it was mainly through ; his
ability to break through and tackle
that Washington lpst on downs.
"U" had worked the ball down to
the one-yard line- On the second
down Oregon kicked twenty yards
to hold at ones for downs. . It was
at this stage that the magnificent
tackling of Billy Hill forced . the
visitors to punt forty yards dow-n
the field and again the varsity took
up the weary march toward the
After trying left end twice for no
gain,' Wells shot around right for
fifteen yards. Oregon here took a
wonderful brace and again took
possession of thel ball, On the
first play Oregon kicked four yards
Lantz fumbled and a Webfoot fell
on theball. After j three plays,
however, .they were forced to kick,
the ball going twenty ' yards. " Wilt
made a yard through left tackle,
and Well3 made the distance
around right end, Strauss skirted
the ead for four yards, and Wells
again -made the coveted five. Wells
then found tackle for five: and
end for five. Wilt went through
tackle for four, and Stauss dupli
cated the trick. Welh then made
his sensational run to Oregon's one
yard line, only to be called back by
Referee Jones -who declared a local
substitute ran on the field.
Spiedells' great place kick then
took place, and just after Full
back Nash for the last time sent the
pigskin whirling down the field
for a full fifty yards, the whistle
blew and the first big. game of the
year came to an end, with the score
of Washington, 16: Oregon 6.
' ; E. BENNETT
Physician & Surgeon.
At Hotel Monroe every Saturday
afterdoon from 1 to 7 p. m
W. T. ROWLEY M. D.
- Surgeon and oculist
Officio Rooms" 12 Bank Bldg. :
Residence -.on 3rd et between
Jackson & Monroe,, Corvallis, Or.
Resident Phone 311
Office hDurs 10 to 12 a m. 2 to 4 and 7 to7:30 p in
dr w. h. Holt
Office on South Main St. Consul-i-
tation and examinations free.
Office hours: ' 8:3o to 11:45 a. m
1 to 5:45-p. m. Phone 235.
L; G AL.TMAN, M. D
Office cor 3rd and Monroe ete. Resl
C dence cor 3rd and Harrison sts.
Hours 10 to 12 A. M. 2 to 4 and 7
; to 8 P. M. Sundays 9 to 10 A, M,
Phono residence 315. :'"-'-::--'
H. S. Pernot
: Physician s and Surgeori -
Ofl&ce over Post Office. Residence, Cor.
5th & Jefferson Sts. 'Honrs io to 12a. m
to 4 p.m. Orders may be left at Gra-
ain & w ortham's Drug Store. -
B. A. CATHEY; M. D.
. Physician Surgeon.
Office: -Room 14, Bank Building.
Office Hours 10 to 12 a. m.,
2 to 4 p. m.
"""""""""'''At KiDgs Tailey. '
Cecil Price and Minnie Read
were married Sunday at the home
of the brides parents Mr and Mrs
William Read. It is rumored there
is to be another wedding soon.
ETery one .6eems very "busy, al
though the ground, is not : wet en
ough generally to plow, there is
considerable farming being done in
John Miller Supervisor is hay
ing the roads improved - with cul
verts, graveling and ditching, the
roads are in the. best condition they
have ever been.;
Frank Plunkett has built a new
porch and i3 putting a new roof on
Call Ramsdell has a new resi
dence nearly completed in the vil
lage. Cecil Price s house is also
Jim Plunkett has gone to the
soldiers home'in California for the
winter. . -' - . -
Some one killed a deer in the
Valley Sunday and someone else
tried about twenty time's.
Grandma Chenoweth went to
town last week to visit her child
r ... . . ij-l Uno.
Beutiful weather and violets in
Digging potatoes is the order of
the day with most of oar. people.
The yield is good where the frost
of August 27th' did not strike. '
The five year old mare of Mr
jStrouts that was run over by the C
E train last summer has never re
covered and may have to be killed.
Cass" Harrison rias rented the
Mattoon ranch. Mrs Emma Mat-
toou lives with her parents Mr 'and
Mrs H Harrison at Sammit. ;
C H Mattoon, who is living in
the store has been-quite eick, but is
Mrs Oiliver Hanner has been
quite sick but is able to be out
; Rev. Woodley of Eugene stopped
off last Saturday to preach at Sum
mit that evenings The school house
being blockaded with , lumber the
services were indefinitely postponed
Services every second and fourth
Sundayat NashyjilJe by Rev. Wood
ley. - ;.- : ; r, r .
Miss Maud Hanner waa called
home last Monday"" by ' telegram
from, Monmouth, where she waa at
tending school, on account of the
serious illness of her mother. We
are glad to nota that Mrs Hanner
is improving, but is still very low.
Miss Hattie Franke went to Nor-
tons last Friday to stay with Mrs
Sydney Blower for a month.
Mr Langa handles gopher guns
now adays.Ask him what he thinks
of the weapon. . ,; V
. Mr and Mrs Vance are making
one of the mo3t attractive houses in
the vicinity. - : r . :r
We understand there is to be no
school until next 6pring.y Quite a
lot of lumber has been " hauled for
ceiling and otherwise finishing the
school house. A good share of the
school children are improving the
time however by studying al'home.
We believe it would be appreciated
by many people of the county it
the course of Btudy with - books re
quired .by each grade as used in the
graded Bchobls, . be published in
this paper. Will not the superinten
dent or some competent person lake
note of thifr?
. . - - X. Y. Z,
" About 2s or 10 head are 'at my
south of Corvallis. Game tUereT a
ago.; . Marked with upper half slope iu
right ear. " Owner calljand paycharges
and take'them away. . : , v
, Rohert L Buchanan. -
: ;; Summons.
In the Circuit Court of the State of lOregoa for
Benton County- : - - 1
George H Burtoh, Naroleon Hodge and Saah
Hodge, his'ftlfe, Wilburn Hodge and Cornelia
Hodge, his wife, Jane Ball and Amos. Ball, her
husband, Price Mallory and Mallory,
bis wife, Richard Mallory Calvin Mallory and
Malloiy, his wire, Minnie banner and
Kicnara jraiiuer, uuauouvi
and James Doranj her husband, l'laintiffs.
. . - . 1 . 1. . . . V. .. ,1 ; TnA
Jpnnia Ctnircbill andSamTiel CBurohill. - her
husband. Mabel fultz, a minor, nd Ueorge
liurteh, Jr. Defendants. - -
To Jennie Churchill and Samuel . Churchill,
herhusbaud, Mabel FuUz.a minor, and George
Burtcn Jr, tne aoove nameu ueiwuuauisi
In the name of the State of Oregon..; you and
each of you are hereby summoned and requir
ed to appear sua auwwer iuo uumiaaiui yi. pimu
tlffs in the above entitled suit now on file in the
orBce of the Clerk of said Court on or before the
22nd day of November, 1902, that being the date
fixed for the expiration of the period prescribed
for publication of this summoiu?, towit, once a
week for six consecutive weeks. '
You will take nolice that if you fail to appear
and answer said complaint s herein required
plaintiff will apply to the Oourt for a decree as
demanded in the complaint, towit.' a decree or
doring a sale o. lots it os 107 and 114 in Block 25
in Philomath, Benton County, Oregon, aud for
that purpose appointing a referee to conduct
said sale, .and designating the -terms thereof:
that the proceeds derived thexclroin be divided
among the parties hereto: according to the r
respective interests, tnter deducting the - costs
and disbursements of this suit, and for plain
tiffs costs and disbursements herein, -and for
such further and alCCerent relict as may be just
and equitable. i - -
This summons la published by order of Hon
Virgil E Watters, Judge of the County Court of
Benton County, Oregon, made October 10th,
11)02, and the dal e ot tUo first publication is Oct
ober 11th. 1SJ02,
,.'-- E. R. BRYSON,
s Attorney for Plaintiff.
for Infants and Children, v .
The Kind Tou Hare Always Bought has borne the sigrna
r ture of Chas. H. Fletcher, and. has heen made under his -personal
superwsion for over 30 years. Allotv no one
to. deceive yoii' in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and
."Just-as-good" are but Experiments, and endanger the
health of Children Experience against Experiment.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For
THt CCWTHUW COMFUNV. TT
to as high a standard as
us. but see that you
the house that
ies that is the
fresh everything to be
run our delivery-wagon and our aim is
to keep wha you want and to
please. Call and see . i-
. B. Rornfng.-
If you are looking for
a ins in stock, grain, fruit
write for my special list
shall take pleasure in giving you all' the - reliable
information you wish, also showing you over the
ill Philomath, Oregon
briefly Up to Date!
J. DMann &
For fall trade, and
show. a fine line ot.'-
Dire, Carpets ani Stoves
Largest assortment and ' best . b'ar
j '-' gains ever offered, - ' . .
Over 30 Years.
WUHRHY CTRCET, WCW VORK CITY.
our desire would promote
make no mistake in
keens the hisr-
had in the market. We (q
some real good bar-
and poultry ranches,
or come and. sea me.
Estate loafTand Insurance
Tljan we charge for repairiag you PAY
TOO MUCH. : It you pay less you don't
get your work done right. ., We do our
Watch, Clock and Jewelry ! repairing as
well as it can be done and our. price, are
right for first class work. ' When was
YOUR watch cleaned last? TBetter have
it examined now! You !may save' your
'self considerable expense later on."
A fall line of Watches, Clocks, Jewel
ry and Optical Goods. , t . . ..
gall and See
The Jeweler and Optician. .
are now able , to
Executor's Sale of Real Property.
r ' ' . ' . ; ! v-
Notice is hereby given in pursuance of tha
provisions ot the will of John Wiles,' deceased,
directing the undersigned executors of said
will to tell at private talc the real estate here
lnafter desoubed: said will having been execu
ted by said John Wiles on the 23id day of April
1900, and filed and admitted to probate la the
County Court of Benton County In the State ot
Oregon, on the 9th day of September, 1902, and.
recorded on pages 52-53-aud 54 of Book D ot
records of wills of said county, we, the sld ex
ecutors, will proceed to sell at private saie from
and after Friday, the 14th day of November,
1902, for cash in hand at time of sail sale, the
real property belonging to said estate, des
cribed as follows, towit: v
Notification No 4U6 surveyed and designated
as lots three, four, five and six, the north halt
of the southwest quarter and the south west
quarter of the southwest quarter of Section Blx
in Township ten south of Bangs four west, and
lots one, two and 'three and the north east
quarter of the south east quarter of Section one
in Township ten south of Kauge five west in the
district ot lauds subject to sale at Oregon City,'
Oregon, containing 325.73 acres of land in Polk
Couuty, Oregon. This land being incorrectly
described in the will of said deceased as folv
Beginning 29:00 chains S. and 8:23 chains E
jom the quarter section .corner on the 6. side of
3 36 in T 9, S R 5 W, Willamette Meridan, thence
E S 00 chains, thence 8 40: 00 chains, then w
'SO: 00 chains, thence N. 40:00 chains to the place
oi uegiuuiug uuiiittuiiug mrett QUDorea and
twenty acres oi laua.
Also, all that certain piece or parcel of land
lying in Polls Counsy, State of Oregon, and .
known and described as follows, towit: x being
a part of Section six, beginning at the t-outn
west corner of claim sixtv four thence running '
east one hundred and three rods, thence nortn
one nunureu anaiorty roas, tnence west one
hundred and three rods, thence south one hun
dred and forty rods, tothe place of beginning,
lying and being in Section six, - Township ten,
south Range four west, Willamette Meridan,
and being a part of Notification No 1762, and "
containing 90 acres in Polk County, Oregon.
Also the following descrioed real estate; Be j
ginning at the southeast corne ot G W Dew-
eese Donation Land Claim and the S W corner
of C Cuip claim said point of beginning being in
Benton County, Oregon, running thence west -nineteen
chains and seventy one links, thence
noith fifty one cbalnsi, thence east twenty four
chains, thence south fiftv chains to the ciace
of beginning containing llo-TS-loo acres of
land situated in Benton and "olk Counties in, ,
the State of Oregon said sales to take nlace
at the office of Walter T Wiles said executor in
Corvallis, Oregon, and at the farm of Edward F
Wiles, executor, in Benton County, Oregon.
Said sale of said real property to be made subject
to the confirmation by said County Coutt ot '
Benton County, Ore jon.
Dated this the 11th day of October, 19o2.
WALTER T. WILES,
EDWAKD F. WILEs,
Summons. ' -In
the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon fop
J C.Taylor and Paulina Kline, plaintiffs',"
versus Abigail Elliott, acd Hetra of Hirdm J.
Elliott, deceased, if any such there bs, whose '
names are to plaintiffs unknown, defendants.
To the Heirs of 11 Ira in J. Elliott, deceased,,
if any such there be whose names are to plain- '
tiffs unknown, defendants above named .
In the name of the State of Oregon, von am
hereby summoned and t quired to appear and
answer the complaint of the plaintiff in the
the above entitled suit In the above entitled
court now on rile In the office of the clerk of sai l
court on or before the last day of the time pre
scribed in the order for publication of this sum
mons, made by the county judge ot Benton
county, state of Oregon, being the couuty
where the above enti led Euit Is pending lu the
circuit court of said county and state which
saia order is hereinafter referred to, towit, on or
betore six weeks from the day o first publica
tion hereof, and you are hereby notified thar if
you fail so to appear and answer the said com
plaint an nerein requited, or want tnereol the
plaintiff will a only to the above entitled court
for the relief demanded in the . said complaint
namely for a decree determining ail -adverse
claims In and to Block 27 in the County Addi
tion to the town of Maiysvine, lormerly, but
now changed to Corvailis, Benton county, Ore
gon, forever baring and enjoining'" defendants
from asserting any cl&im w;iat9ver in and to
said .real property and declaring said plaintiuT
c Taylor to De tne owner in tee simple of lots
, 2 aud 3 in said Block '.7 and plaintiff. Paulina
Kline, to be the owner in fee simple ;of lots 4,3,
& 6 in said Block 27 ami for such further and
fferent relief as 1j the court may- seem eqult- ;
This summons is published in the Corvallis
Times once a week for six successive and con- -.
secetive weeks, beginning wiEh the Issue of Oot
uobr 11. 1902, anl ending with the issue of Nov
ember 22, 1902, under and in pursu-mce of the
directions contained in an order made by . the
Hon Virgil E Waiters, County Judge of Benton
County, Oregon, being the county where the
above entitled suit is psiiding in the above en
titled circuit court, dated Oct ber 8, 1002. Data .
of first publication hereolli 0;tob3r 11. 1902.
. . . .. c irnr n. t c
. . J, H. WILSON,
E. E. WILSON,
, ... Attorneys for Pl-dntiifs,
Iu the Circuit Court of the State of regou lor
Cora E Baker, plainliif, versus Jamos H Baker
- To James H Baker, the above named defendant-
. - N
In the name of the State of Oregon, yon are
hereby summoned and required to appear and
answer the complaint of the plaintiff in the
aboveentitled suit in the above entitled court
now on file in the office of the clerk of siid
court on or before ihe last diy of the time pre
scribed In the order lor publication of this sum
mons made by the County Judge of Benton
County, State of Oregon, being thecounty where
the above entitled suit is pending lu the Cir
cuit Court of said county and statej which
said orderis hereinafter referred to, towit, on
or before six weeks from the date of first publi
cation hereof and yon are hereby nottfled that
If you fail so to appear aud answer the said com
plaint as herein require'', for want thereof the
plaintiff will apply to tho above entitled court
for the relief demanded in her said complaint
namely, for a decree of divorce from the said
defendant forever dissolving the marriage con
tract existing between the plaintiff and said de
fendant, and that she be decreed the custody
and care of Paul Baker, a minor child, the issue
of said marriage and for such further and dif
ferent relief as to the court may seem proper.
This summons is published in the Corvallis
Times once a week for six successive and con
secutive weeks, beginnlag with the issue pf
October 11, 1902, and ending with the issue ot
November 22, 1902, under and in pursuance of
the directions contained in an order made by
the Hon Virgil E Watters, Counly Judge of Ben
ton county, Oregon beiug the county where the
above entitled suit is pending in the above en
titled clrcuitcouft, dated October 8, 1902. Data
of first publication hereof Is October 11, 1902.
, r: E.E.WILSON,
."v . . ' Summons.
in the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for
Benton County. '
John S Govier, plaintiff, versus Jesse Brown
EflieBrownr Milton Modie, Lida .Mellvil and
James Mellvil. defendants.
Tn Miltnn ItfrviliA T.lria Mellvil and JameS
Mellvil, three of the defendants above named:
Iu the name of the State of Oregon : You are
hereby summoned and required to appear lu
the above Court, at the court room thereof In
the Citv of Corvallis. Benton County, State of
Oregon, on or before Mondiy, this 24th day of
.November, I'ms, it oeing tne ist any oi tne
rpffiilnr form nf na.id Court anil to answer to the
plaintiffs complaint now on ale in said Court
in, this suit, and if you fail so to appear and
answer for want thereof the plaintiff will take
a decree of said Court for the relief prayed for
iri said complaint, towi t: That the plaintiff is
the owner iu fee stm pie ot the following des-
cribed premises, towit: , .
riunmsncinat the north east corner ' of "
claim. No 46 Noiiflcation 2678 being the donation ,
land claim of said Jacob Modie and .Kicnei
Mnrifo i, iu wife from the H 8 eovecment. and '
situated in T 10 S R 5 We.it Willamette M ridn, .
nd thonM mnninz west about 53 rods to the .
center of the Channel of Soap Creek, thence in '
a direction east of south to a blazed oak tree
on the east boundary line of said claim No 4
about 107 rods aonth from the- northeast corner ' : -thereof
thence north on the e&st beuudary ot
said claim to the place of beginning and crm
taiulug iri 7." (teres : mated m :"he northeast
corner of said claim, in JJentwn .County, m the
State of Omstron and decreeing that you have no
rlfcht title, claim or Interest of, in or to the 7
same and debarring and enjoining you from
asserting any claim or interest therein.
mis summons is pnuusuuu u vi-um wi wi
VirgU E Watters, Judge of the County Court ot
the State of Oregon for Benton County made on
the tenth day ot October, 1902. To ba published
for six consecutive we?ks aud the.date xt ths.. r
first publication thereof to ba October II, 90i.
Attorneys for Plaintiff. ;