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PAST GAMES PL A. Y EL) OVER
AGAIN", AFTER THE-SEA- !
7-i- ' SON IS ENDED. .
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-Newspaper Comment About ...
" Nevada Game Various
. " dOdds and Ends. - '
- :. 'pHlH- v" . . ; '...V- :
Tbe football season is over, but
the enthusias's refuse to stop talk
ing h boat tbe game. Tbe sudden
gathering of tbe O A.C after a period
of apparent t-lamp, and the briilaqt
yy in which tb-vcloFe&the pea son
is the subject of general rf-mak
both at home and abroad. Little
by littleV itbegins to be remember
ed tfiat tbe tull .strength of the
team, was never in any, game' until
tbat with tbe Pullman men, and
that there the magnificent strength
of the eleven began to be apparent,
lathe Seattle game Captain Pilk-,
ington was on the stde lines and so
was Bundy. In the Multnomah
game neither Pilkington nor Abra
ham were ;in the , playt- Abraham
and Biindy- were absent at Albany,
save that Bundy went in af'er , vjn
der Hellen went out. Not' until
tb,e Pullman game when the men
Jinea tip in tneir ola positions was
the full strength of the team mani
fest, and it was a victory i for ' the
orange, even -though Euaene icocld
not defeat the Washington jj lads.
Then came the Eugene game'' with
-5VtBinutes of play and . no 3i score
with a certainty that but for the
giving of the ball To a Eugene -man
when, an OAC man- held it.that
contest would have been tied or
won. The closing scene was OAC
field when , the . fat eleven from
.Nevada saw themselves borne back
and OAC men dash across their
goal line no less than four times.
The result of it all is a steadfast
faith in the Oregon Aggis by -all,
who are in sympathy' with them.
The Nevada eleven said they were
tbe strongest and best . men1 they
had encountered in the, Northwest,
and some of them better than ' men
in the same positions in the - great
California . team?. The way in
which the Oregon -forwards - held,
while the Nevada line was broken
and battered is all the testimonial
that is required. Once in a play
the giant Nevada tackle with ail
the Nevada backs massed anassanlt
on Bovvers. For "a second after the
impact the great Oregon "tackle
wavered, and-then with " a .power
that seemed superhuman, he push
ed t he whole column back for a
loss of three yards. Abraham,
thongh confronted with a giant in
size and strength, repeatedly plun
ged through and broke formations
..;: behind the Nevada line. Frequently
during the play, the Nevada backs
called upon their linemen to hold
firm against the, plunges of Walker.'
Pilkington, Root .aud the others,
but the invariable answer was that
the latter could, not be held.' The
quick and certain precision with
which Williams slipped through the
noie mat uunlap and Bowers invari
ably opened for Him and then 'bore
i r ... ,
may iui a spectacular gain was
pretty, accurate football that the
sidelines will never forge." In-eVery
igame sf the season,! one ? man whom
rthe, critics have - com mended,' "has
been Spagle-, never off his guard,
-always resourceful and quick to act
his playing to the last minute of the
Nevada game was consistent, with
out error, and most effective ; Bril
' lant; likewise was the quick and
,i heady play of Rumbaugh at left
-endv who came to the eleven , from
Albany and Las since ; played with
such fidelity as- to immensely heigh-'
: ten the general resbect ...for". Albany
and Albany players So, with all
these and Captain Pilkington' and
Root as the fierce and strong men
- behind an invincible line, and with,'
Cupper "in many a brilliant stunt at J
quartet", the : defenders of the-'
orange quit the season with noth-,
.ing but admiration from fellow stu-
- dentsand local townsmen, for a i
seasbn of which all are proud.
Nearly every member of the eleven
is tobe in school next year, and in
view of that watch for a coming
-meteoric season. V - '
T1a departure of Coach McFdd
3en for his home Monday 'was a
closing incident of toe expiriugfoot?
ball - reason. ' Mr McFadden -left
for Whatcom Washington,; where
he is to enter tot partnership with
a friend in the practice of tha law.
Mr fMcFadden is a graduate of
' Stanford University, and played
for several years on the football
eleven of that institution. Later
he studied law and was admitted
to the bar of California, having en
gaged in practice in San Francisco
' until ne ieit ror uorvauis w uuauu
the. OAC eleven. Durine his two
and a half months work in Corval
lis, he won the respect and esteem
of all with whom he came in con
tact.- He was faithful and earnest
ttf he performance of bis duty, and
but f r tbe unfortunate accident
that kept some of his be;t mea out
of the -.game 3 fdr an important
period, tte whol'r of the season
would undouotedly nave betn as
brilliant as "was iHj closing events
Before he left, Cosch McFaddeu
said v'Id all my football txperi;
enee I have never seen a finer " lot
of young men on the grid ron than
are those at OAO. . Every- one of
them is a peifect gentleman and a
clean ? player.; Incidentally ; 'too,
they are astroug an aggregation of
individual players as there -is on
the coast. The play that they put
up in the Nevada game was master
elyj and would have given the big
California teams terrible difficulty:
to resist it. ..-If the team as it' Vow;
stands holds together , for another
season, and baa no badi.l.uck. it
will make a record of which OAC
and OAC sympathizers will always
be proud. Incidentally, I would
like also to add that I never saw
a town tbat was so loyal to its coir
Lege as ia CorvaUje, and never
ppfnt iwo months of 'time more,
pea urably than during my wo k
- Harry B. S nitb, the well known
ppqriicg ednor of. tha, Purtlind Tel-J
eg ram. has tbe following to say c nf
cerninpr the football chimp'onsbip
-of the W6t: In ttia matter of col?
lea footha I championships in the-.
West there is more' of a -muddle.
t h ii j e ve ry -a ird a t hi d g s n o W 6 1 a q
it is hardly pwsible thai any prejd
sumpttiui ,tkvea.,wdl f claim the-
honors on the comparative snof:-
ines ti&t hive1 been made. Wasb'-
ingtoQ woukl like to claim tbe cbam
dionship but cannot constantly do
"do. ' Fur1 instancB Wohitj-tfton 'de
feated. CqrvaljsearJierjn tbe.asaaon
5 to 0, Nevada tied with Stanford
andvbeatBerkeleytbu't was1 in 'turn
defeated by Washington, 2 to o;
PuetS)und io o andal-oUorvallis
15-. Herewejvba& a case of Wash
ington beatingvNevadaby a smaller
score that the Oregon farmers, who
previously went down before tbe
men from the North. Truly
tbete? di little: uje of a "dopt'book
when it comes tt estimating any;
ttaing regarding football. One game
is hardly" sufficient,' to determine
the msritsoE-any two f-eam?. -
The Eugene eleven had a great
kick tatt iMu'tiomah' after- the
Tnauksivitg gamy atPoriUnd. In
tbe Porilml Telegram, is this para
eraph: You baay eayp"f6f mr,"
declared Otto f G lattap, . :q ' tte
E igene Register, wba cims to Port
land to see the otball, game and
write il up for i bU J piper "that
every membtr of the; Oregon . team
is thoroughly dissatisfied with the
game anl with Multnomah's aciion?.
Our mn were held repeatedly.
'Wearj' Chandler?" our CriJ.. was
held five times and was slugged in
tha eye ones. Tb's officials did not
see this work although they were
tcld repeatedly tbat it was going
on. I think I am safe 4n-staging
that. Oregon will jisverjplay Mult
nomib again." . .
In view of the above ' statement
'.hat Eugene will never play Mul
tnomah 1 gain, the time wouldeeem
to ripe for the a aaual ga me bet ween
U of O and OAC to be permanently
scheduled for Thanksgiving pday.
Tha gmei3 navaod wdl 'mere
and mo-e conlelto joeaej;hief event
iWlho coll,jga,)ijHbalVfeason in
Orezon.- This is made certain by
the. natural prominence of the two
instiiutionsand f the evenly bal-
agced strength of their two elevens
in the two seasons since OAC stu
dents were allowed ' to return to
athletics. Every consideration ren
ders it fitting that tbi3 annual game
should be tbe climax, - and the
great event with which to end ,the
season. It is known thai the UAU
management aud men arte now and
have always been in tbe past anx
ious for tbis arrangement, and that
it could -easily be perfected if the
Eugene men mani eBt a similar at
titude. Such a game, like tbe his
toric snowball would" - i a crease in
interest and prominence , as .years
roll on, and within the near futuie
would turn out to be of great profit
and wide public concern. , '
A Eugene dispatch to the Port
land Journal says: The result of
the Nevada-Corvallis football game
as well as the result of the ; Idabo-
Washinatou match, place Oregon in
a creditable position as far as the
Pacific coast colleges are concerned.
Oregon is the only ".eleven in the
Northwest that has scored against
ths champion Washington eleven
this season, and when it is remem
bered that the local -varsity played
a 6-5 game with the Washigtoni
ans their showing is all ' the more
creditable. Oregon had a hard
game with the'Corvallis "Aggies,"
finally winning by a score' of 5. to o
Yesterday the Corvallisites ran up a
score of 15 to o against the Nevada
team, and while the local 'vareity
(Continued on second Fage.)
CAUGHT IN THE ACT.
PRISONERS HAVE COMPLETE
OUTFIT FOR FORGING.
Three Men Arrested in Oregon City
by a Night Policeman They
. Tried to Pass Counterfeit ,
Money Orders Other '
. . , - News.
Oregon City., Or. Njv. 28: -Officers
Ed Shaw and Charles Noblitt
tonight arrested three men whom'
they believe to be professional forg
ers of postoffice money orders. The
men had in their possession, a com
plete outfit for - carrying on their
work, and also a number of money
orders that they intended to pass.
The men gave tbfir names as
William Mills, George Willis and
Hogb Car penttr. They are well
dressed and were in tbe act of leav
ing the city when they were taken
in charge by the officers. - - . -
Several days ago the merchants
of this city were notified that - a
gang of men about the country were
pas.-ing torged money orders. . Tbe
grg had been tracked . - to
titivici ity of Oregon City, and:
when the men attempted 10 pats
their worthless paper here they .met
with poor success. The last firm
they tried was Adams Bros .y deal
ers in general merchandise, t
The trio entered the store, looked.
about for a few moment!1, bought a
small bill ot goods, and tendered
the order iu payment. Mr. Adams
was suspicious, aud at once notified
tbe officers. Au tffort was then
made to trace tbe action of jthe
meniduriiig- the ;dayj -and it -w.as
iound they had attempted to: pats
money orders at several stores dur
itg the day. At taah 1 pi ace -they
bad excited suspicion, and bad fail
ed to collect any cash, but no one
had made a complaint - against
them. The officers concluded that
they had. evidence- tnougfa to war
rant their lot king it t the case, and
piaotd the men under arrest.
..When, the men-were searched it
was found tbat they had a complete
ou' fifc fpr forging money orders. f ,A
small bottle of acid, when poured
upon ink writing completely clean
ed the pa per.' - A'stamp whl h they
pjssessed so closely resembled the
s amp of the government the - most
careful observer would not have no
ticed rthe difference. Transparent
paper, different; kinds of ii,k and
other necessary articles were also
-Two of the money orders found
on them were drawn ' orithe postof
fice at Oregon City in favor of W.
J:' Hoy. ' They pretended to have
been issued at Portland today, and
were sigiel by Postmaster Ban
croft. - - ' ' " ; 1 "
The men buy small money orders
in one city and have them sent to
s me other city. In this why they
secure the prosper paper. Then,'
w.th tbeir acids, they erase ths a-
n:ot!nt, and " substitute a larger a-
mocnt. They have b -en successful
a many' Email cities in parsing
i Ze amounts of their worthless
pet; ' ine acia iney carrw- was
prepared by a druggist in Turn wa-
t r, Wash.
. Several hundred bushels of vetch seed.
Order early before i is'gone. Also Tim
othy, Spelts, and English lye grass seed.
Shropshire bucks. One extra good re
gistered buck from one pf the best stocks
in Iowa Cows and heifers of 'the beef
breed to see or trade for Jersey cows ( -
. - It. L.. Brooks ,
Stepped Against a Hot Stove.
A child of Mrs. Geo. T. Bsnson,
when eeitiug hid Udual : Saturday
night bath, ttepped back against a
hot 6tove wbicn burned him severe-.
Iv. ' The child was in great, agony
and his mother could do nothing to
pacify, him.. Rem bermg that she
bad a bottle of Chamberlain's
Pain Balm in the house, she
thought she would try it. Iu le.-s
than half an hour after applying it
tbe child was quiet and asleep, and
ia lets than two wek3 was weil.
Mrs Bsnson is a well known resi
dent of Kellar, Va. Pain Balm is
an snliseptio liniment and espe
cially valuable for burns, cuts,brui-.
sea and pprains. tot sale by Ura
bam & Wortham. ,
Notice of Final Settlement. ;
Iu the Matter of the Estate) ' Is-
of : ,',
Sarah Ann Brown, deceased) ' 1 v
NnMi In hprnhv trvm that the tmdersiened
as administrator with 1 he will annexed of the
estate of Sarah Ann Brown, deceased, naa mea
his final account as such administrator, with
the clerk of the county court 01 the state ot ure
fconfor Banton county, and the said court has
fixed Friday the 11th day of December J903. at
the hour of two o'clock in the afternoon as the
time, and tne county court room In the court
house In Oorvallis. Oregon, as the place, for hear
ing any and all objections to the said account,
and for settlement thereof,
Dated this Nov 7, 1903. ' , , .
. WILUAM I. HUOOISS,
Administrator with the wlU annexed of the es
tate of Sarah Ann Brown, deceased,
- By virtue of a -warrant ifeued out of
the County Court of the State of Oregon
i for the County of Benton, to the-Sheriff
of said county, directed and. delivered,
commanding the said Sheriff to collect the
taxes as-shown to be delinquent, on the
tax roll for tire ear 1902, charged to said
, delinquents thereon,' and if necessary to
sell . the several articles of personal or
parcels of real property upon which such
taxes are levieS, as set forth in said tax
list. Said - delinquent . taxpayers,, tne
amount of taxes and the penalties, and
the several parcels of real property are
I described as follows, to wit: ..
' Amount Tax
' . . - and Penalties.
Aaron. Amanda C. Southwest of - .
southwest ; west- of southeast
14 of northwest Vt. section 35, town- ,
ship 10 south, range 6 west, lfiO-
. acres 6.72
Butrsdorff, Anna East of south
east section 34; township 10
south, range S west, 80 acres 6.72
Dedman, G. R. Southwest, south
of northwest , except southwest
of southwest V4.. Also, west
of southeast Vi -of northwest - H, -section
35, township 10 south,
range 6 west. 180 acres........ 13.47
Godfrey, E.: W, Southeast south-,
west section 24, township 10 south,
range 6 west; east hi section 25,
township 10 south, Tange 6 west,
640 acres ....". 26.98
Kramer, J. J. All of! section 36, town- ,
ship 10 south, range 6 west, 640
Richardson, S. East section -35, ,
township 10 south, range 6 west,
320 acres ..i.... 13.47
Warren, E. C Northeast Yt of nortn-
east south Yz of northeast ;
southeast of northwest sec
tion 34, township 10 south, range
7 west, KOiacres. 10.10
Gaines, Richard Northwest Vi sec
tion 18, township 11 south, range 7
west, 160 acres;. ..-..,..- -. 6.72
Cook, C. A. Northeast hi section 16,
township 12 south, range- 7 west,
160 acres 6,72
Hawks, R. O. South of southwest
section 2S, township 11 -south,
range 7 west, 80 acres 6.72
Paul, Mary E. South Ml of south-
west Vi of southeast Yi, section 16, .
township 12 south, range 7 west,
20--1 acres .84
Poindexter, R. W.The nqrth 30
acres of northwest of southeast
section .16, townshiy 12,aouth, . ;.
range 7 west, 30 acres 1.34
Printz, .Gilbert H. North of south-., .
west hk of southeast. Vi south Yi of ,
south yi of northwest Y. of pduth-' -"
east section: 16,. towiiship i 12.,
south, range 7 west, 30 acres 1.34
Sabin. R.- Lt-4Northwest 14 seetion 10,--
: township 11 south, range -7 .west, .
160 acres .'. ..!,:.... TO.10
Tuliis, Elizabeth East of south-....
west Vi; west of southeast Yi,
i section 30;- township li south,- range
7 west. 160 acres. 6.72
Long, G. W.-Wcst section 22;
"township 10 south, .range: 5 -west,,.
320 acres li.32
MarlayV P. H. Northeast - Yt section'
6, township 1 south, range 5 west, , .
160 acres' 10-83
Pres, William Northwest- Y -of. ;.,
northwest Vi, section 2, township
: 11 south, range 5 west; north of
northeast-: southwest of -north-.
east Yi; sontheast of northwest
sectionS, township .11 - south, , i
range 5 west, 200 acres 14.51
Rogers." M.-South ' section -IS,':-.
... township- .10 south,.. range 5. west,
320 acres i..... 17.30
IMuiller. Henery Beginning at a-
a point which beacs south 34 deg.
east 14.54 feet from point "81.56'
chains east of northwest corner . ..
of J. Q. Thornton's claim No. 37,
townships 10 and 11 south, ranges
3 and 4 west. Not. 717, run south
34 deg. east 5.91' chains," south 70
i deg. 26 min. west 22.97 chains,
north 9 deg. 34 min. west 5.22
chains, north 70 deg. 26 min. east - -
' 22 . chains to beginning, containing
10 acres 6.72
Lloyd, John; and Clark, M. J. South
east Yi of southwest Yi. section 25,
township 13 south,-- range 6 -west iii
southwest 4 of northeast Yi, section
9, township 14 south, - range 6 west,
80 acres ................... 4.02
Jackson, Thos. A. South lot 5,
section 31, township 14 south; range
4 west 19 acres 3.20
McCullough,- : Wm. Beginning at
; southwest corner of section 30, .
township 14 south, range 4 west,
tjhence east 1 40 chains, north 2.50 ;.;
chains, west 40 chains, south 2.50 '
thains. containing 10 acres, section
SO, township 14 south, -range 4 .
west . 1.9i
Canady, Boyd Lots 75 - and 76, in .. i
block 22, City of Philomath 4.90
Kisor, Fannie 30 feet off of lot 8S,
in block 19. City of Philomath 4.w
McLain. J. W. Southeast Yt section
- 32, township 11 south, range 6 west, '
160 acres , 6.72
Maher, E. A. East Yi section 36,
township 12 south, range 7.. west,
' 320 acres 13.47
Worthington, J. W. Southwest Yi o.
southeast ;.east Yz of southwest,
Yi southeast of northwest- Yi,
section 30. township 12 south, range
fi west. 160 acres 6.72
Burkhart, Clara A. Lot 12, in block
17, Job's Addition to Corvallis.v.). . 1.26
Cauthom, J. A. Frac. lots 5 and 6, v
in frac. "block 3, in original Town of ' '
Cprvallis , .,17,80
Hyatt, Amos L. Lots 8 and 9. in' :
block 12, Williins Addition to Cor-ir '
Hendershot, ' Mary--L6t 5.- in block-
A, .AverVs Addition, to, Corvallis... 5.07
Mulkey, A. G. All of block 9, -in
Wells Addition tor 'Corvallis....!... . 8.07
McCune, Jas. L. Lot 12, In block
F. Avery's Addition to Corvallis... 2.42
Nolan, J.. M.-iots A 4. '11 and 12, r
in block 31, Job's Addition to the
x City iof Corvallis. .. 3.00
Oregon Agricultural Co., Limited .-..,
Southwest Yi of northwest Yi. west
of southwest Yi; lots 3, 4, 5 and ; ;
' 6, section 17, containing 178.87 acres;
in township 10 south, range 6 west '
of the Willamette Meridian... ,
Section 1, containing 645.60 acres; "
j south -of southwest. . section 3,. . :i
; containing 80 acres; southwest Yi of .
southwest Yi. lots 4, 5 and 6. section -
17. containing 93.03 acres; In towi-t ; -ship
11 south, range 6 west of the
East . east of northwest Va.. ,
southwest Yi of northwest . north
of southwest Yi,: section 17. con-
taining 520 acres; southeast Vi,
southeast Vi of northeast Vt, south- ,' '
west Vi of, northeast . southeast
Vi of southwest Yi. section 21, con
taining 279.70 acres: west of
northwest V. lots 1. 2 arid 3. section ;. , ,
27. Containing 176.42 acres: in town
shin 12 south, range 6 west of the j
Bection 9. contaminsr 40 acres,- -southwest
Vi of the northeast Yt, -
. southeast of northwef-t Va,, south
west Va. northwest Vi of southeast
Vi, west V of northwest . of sec
tion 11. containing ? acres: north- s -'
east of northwoft Va. south V, of
northwest Va, southwest y.. south
of southeast v.. lots 3, 4 a 5. sec-
': tion 13. . containing- 400.95 acres: ,
nnrthepsi; Yi. northwest 14. north Y-
- of fouthenst Yi. southeast Va:. of
southeast Yi. section 17, -.containing
-440 prres- north Y of nortnwest Vt-. ' " t
southwest Vi of northwest Yi, east -
of northeast Vi. southeast Va..j
. east - of southwert Vt. southwest i
Yi of southwest Vt, section 21, 480
-. acres; section , 25. containing 640
acres; south Vev northeast- 14, east -.
Y ot northwest section 31, 585.60
acrejs: section 35. 640 acres; all in '
r townhio 10 south, ranee 7 west of '
the Willamette Meridian.
Section 3. 627.15 acres: west of
southwest Va. section 5, 80 acres:
past of northeast Va. northwest - ;
14 of northeast V- north V of north- .
w-est W. east V- of southeast Va,
lots 1. 2- S- 4. 5. :6 and ;7. section 11, va :
containir-sr 4f!Q,39 acres: northeast 14. '
Xnortheast 14 of southwest Vi. west
fraction ! of southwest section f
19. enntaimnff 272 87 acres lots 1. 2.
-. 3 and 4. section 25. containing 94.50- '
; acres, section 29-640 acres: north---west
. southwest 14. southwest 14 :
i of northeast V,. section 35, 360 acres:
i all in townsMo 11 south, range 7
; west of the Willamette Meridian.
Section 11. 640 acres, in township ' . .
12 south, ranee 7 west of the Wll-
lamette Meridian... 416.56
Snyder, Elizabeth Lots 1 and 2. In
block 15, in Averv's and) Wells' -Addition-to
Wilson, -Mrs. M." J. Northeast , .
section 18. township 12 south, range
6 west, 160 acres 6.72
Waggoner, George Lot 3 in block
lot 6 in block-11; lots 4 and 8. in i
block 12,, all in N... B. aadw.P. -
Avery's - Adflltion to "Corvallis A.". ' 5.08
Whitehead, R. R. Southeast 14 - of ;
southeast 14, seetion 29, township 13 '
south, range 7 west, 40 acres"-'.. 2.87
Crowther, James Southeast 14, sec-
-. tion -19,, township 10 south; - range ' "
,5 west, 160 acres 11.53
Erickson, John B. Northwest 14 of
northeast 14; south 1feof northeast
- 14; northwest 14, section 29, town
ship 10 south, range 5 west, ' 280
acres .,..,., i.-20 20
Aldrich, Matthew G. Lbt' 1; south
east 14 ... of, .northeast 14; east V- of
southeast 14, section 2, township 15
. south, range 7 west, 152 acres ...... 6.38
Garrison, George E 14. of northwest ,
14; east -of southwest 14,Jsection
20, township. 14 south, range 8 west,
160 acres 6 72
Hines, Zilphia Northeast 14 of
southwest 14, section 10. township
12 south, range 7 West. 40 acres 1.56
Harrington, John. G. Northwest 14, i
section 20. township 14 south, range
6 west, 160 acres- 6.72
Olson, J. C Southwest 14, section 32,
township 10 south, range 5 west,
160 acres 7.21
Parrish. W. H. Southeast 1 14, sec- ,
tion 20, township 13 south, range 6
west, 160 acres i 6.72
McWhinnie, MargaretSoutKwest 14"
of northwest 14, section 16, town
ship 12 south, range 7 west, 40
acres ..j..,.,..; ............. 1.56
Hallidaj", Ester West of north
west 14, section 13; township 11
south, range 6 west, 80 acres -..,3.33
Baldwin, Wallace Northeast 14 of -northwest
14; southwest 14 of
southeast Yi. section 13. township
11 south, range 6 west,. 80 acres ..'.. 3.33
Barnard, A. D.rSouth . of dona- -tion
land claim No. 61, in township
: 14 south, range 6 west, 160 acresi. 6.72
NO matter, what your
choice ; may be in
clothing styles'you'll find
'that all our overcoats' arid'
,,,suits have a , distinction
of appearance which is
- 'IVl' , V. j i l
unusual even X with- the
best'eustom tailoring;' v: 11
- The mornings are quite
cold now and a good
I wa'fm ' overcoat wbq't go
C i i i.i.
- oaa, out you want one
that will liave ' "style" '
about it "so whenyoii go
out these wintery even-'
ings before -v the. holidays
you'll Ibok nice.
I have them;- Glad to
have you call in and buy
'One at any time, 1 then
you'll see their merits.
$5.00 to $20.
Anything goes wrong, your money back. ;
S. L. KLINE.
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Notice of Final Settlement.
In the Estate ot John Wiles deceased, notice
is hereby given by the undersigned executors
of said estate, that said executors have tiled
their final account In said estate and that the
Count; Court ot Benton County in probate has
appointed Monday, the fourth duy ot January
A, D, 1904, nt at tha hour of ten o. clock In the
forenoon of said day, at the cannty Court
Room In the County Court House In the City of
Corvallis in Benton County, State ot Oregon,
as the ttme and place for the hearing ; of objec
tlons to said final account, and the final -settlement
thereofl . 1 ,. .
Dated November 14th, 1903, , ' .
Walter T. Wilss and Edward P, Wiles,
, As Executors of said Estate of John
Wiles, decersed. ' ,
McCalman, A--West of southeast
14. . section., 8, :, townsMp v-ill south, .
range 5 west.,,80 acres -........ 3.60
Burns, W. E., and wife, and others
- One acre of land as heretofore
excepted In fieed at page 43, book '
32, of . record of deeds for Benton '
County, Oregon, said one acre of
land lying immediately south of '
and adjoining the tract of land be . '
longing to the United Evangelical
Church, in uonation land claim No.' -46,
township 10 south, range 6 west, , i
and said one acre of land lying im- .
mediately -east of the Corvallis -.
and King's Valley wagon road, and . ;
lying in donation land claim' No. '
43, said township and range, 1 acre j.57
Coon, T. M. Southwest 14, section
20, township 13 south, range 6 west;
Southeast 14 of southeast 14, sec- ..
tion 19, township 13 south, range
6 west 20.35
Blodgett, R. B. Northeast 14 of
southwest 14; northwest 14 of
southeast 14; southwest 14 of north
east 14; lots 2 and 3, section 24, '
township 11 south, range 7 west; .
west 14 of donation land claim No. . -40
township 11 south', range 7 ,
west: lots 4. 5, 6. .7, 8, 9, section.,
24, township 11 south, range 7 west, -
555 acres 14.45
And on Saturday, the 19th day of De
cember, -1903, at the hour of 10 o'clock
A. ,M., of said day,- at the Sheriff's office,
in the Court House In said county and
state, I will sell the above-described real
property, at public sale to the person or , ,
persons who will bid the amount of taxes
and costs accruedr, against , each piece or
parcel of real property, and take a cer
tificate at -the lowest rate! of interest, for
canh, subject ;to redemption,, to satisfy
said warrant, costs and accruing costs.
M. P. BURNETT,
Sheriff of Benton County, Oregon. t
Dated November 21, 1903.1 .,
Copyrifht 1903 by Qui Schaflnr Marx
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