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NEWS 0 CORVALLIS AND
VICINITY TOLD IN BRIEF.
TSue Comings and Goings of People
Social Gossip, Personal Men
tion and Other Items of
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Ooffes of
Monroe were in Corvallls Wednesday.
Miss Pauline Kline lef c yesterday
tor a vUit with f den da In' Portland.
Hugh L. Leepf r of Ha'sev wa a
bueiaeaa visitor In Corvalila Wednes
Weinesday visitors In town were
William Stewart and Roma Medially
From a visit to her husband at
Clem, Mrs. C. A. Danneman returned
to CorvalllB Wednesday.
From a vleit In Salem, Mra. J. W.
Crawford returned home Tburediy
Mrs. Jane Hare of Albany, is the
guest thU week of Mrs. E. R. Lake,
in this tiiy.
Among Wednesday's visitors
jo town from abroad was Train Dis
patcher Roberts of Albany.
After a visit la Portland, Misg
JTellle Cameron and brother Amy, re
turned home yesterday.
Miss Erta Smith returned Sunday
from a visit with her sister, Mlsa Bo-
fcena Smith, at Haleey.
From a visit with relatives,
Mrs. B. A. Catbey returned last
sight from Halsey.
Miss Maud Morrison left Thurs
day for Forest Grove, after a . visit
lth Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bates
Mrs. Hannah McFeron of Halsey,
ins arrived for a visit with her daugh
ter in this city.
Mrs. J. M. Nolan and Mrs. Mary
Eboer and daughter, Anna, left ' yes
terday for a week's visit In Portland.
Mrs. F. W. Benson of Roseburg.
kit Thursday after a few days' visit
with her eon, who is a student at
Miss Eda Jacobs left Thursday
top Rraeburg, from whence sbe will
proceed to Bjswell Springs for a vis
Wednesday visitors in Corvallls
were Mi. E l Stouc and Mrs. Beck of
Albany, and Mrs. Strowbrldge : of
The first of this week H. B.
Cramer began the erection of a reel
dsnre on bis property in .Wells and
JfcElroy 'a addition. j
The last of th8 present season's !
supply of cascara bark left Corvallls
Wednesday. It went to Detroit and
was eblpped by M. C. Miller.
M. E. church South Tomorrow
Morning and evening. Subject of ev
ening, "Why 1 am a Southern Meth
adiat." Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Miss Loube Gilbert was called to
Dallas Thursday to be at the bedside
t Mrs. Willard Gilbert who is .ser
For a visit with her cousin, Miss
Winnie Cameron, Mis. Linton Lewis
is expected from San Francisco in a
Jew days. Her home is in Atlanta.
Rev. and Mrs. HandFaker return
ed Thursday morning from Eugene
where they were called by the ser
loas illness of Rev. Haoeaker's
Among those who witnessed the
iootball game on Wedneeday, was
Bill Williams, of Alrlle, father of
Floyd Williams, a star player on
OAO's all-star tetm,.
For the purpose of attending the
Shakespeare Club meeting. Mr. and
Mrs. A. O. Schmltt were over from
Albany Wednesday evening.
Congregational church Service
a usual in the morning at 11 o'clock.
Sunday School and Bible class for
young men at 10. Evening service
Late -real estate transfers filed
lor record are; E. E. White and
wife to Stella HaddeD, south 30 feet
of lot 9, block 6, CorvalllB, S400. W.
H. Green and wife to Mrs. G. P. Amb
ler, part of lot 88 in block 19, Philo
At the home of Mrs, M. S. Wood-
, soc-S Tuesday afternoon occurred the
weekly meeting of the Afternoon
Reading Club. Iatere&ting features
were a talk on the subject of her re-
cent vlMt to the Sf. Louis Fair, by
Miss Bertha' Davis ; a paper on, "Ben
Johnson," Mrs. W. A. Wells, a bcok
review by Miss Paulina Kline, singing
by the (Jlub, and an elaborate ban
quer-. The affair was most pleasant.
The next meeting will be held at the
home of Miss Bertha Davis.
Dr. Tufts, representing the Anti-
Saloon Lesgue for Oregon, will be In
Corvallls and vicinity the latter part
the week and next Sunday. He- will
spoke la Philomath on Friday even
ing. With his assistant he will con
duct services in the Corvallls church
es as follows : Id the Baptist church
and M. E. church la the morning at
11 o'clock, xo the Evangelical and
Congregational churches In the even
ing at 7-30. All rally at the
Man church at 3.
A Corvallls visitor this week was
George Houck of Eugete.
Mrs. F. E. Edwards is confined to
her bed this week with illness. .
Boss Nelson of Independence
was a visitor in town Wedce dv. '
Services at the Catholic church
tomorrow at the usual - hours. AH
For a two weeks" visit with her
parents near Philomath, Mrs. Nettle
Gellatly-Tfcayer bas arrived from
Don Holgate bas arrived from Port
land for a visit with Corvallls rela
Miss Letba Pattern of Halsey, is a
guest this week tt the M. M. Davis
To spend the winter with his sis
ter at Siletz, Amos Elisor, for several
years operator of the Corvallls cider
factory, left Thursday.
Claude De Volt, an O. A. 07 stu
dent, was summoned to his home in
Kelso, Wash., Tuesday, by a message
bearing the sad tidings tbat his fath
er was dead.
W. O. Heckert bas completed his
work in this city and expects to leave
today for Eugene where he has a con
tract for building another new resi
Among others who came to Cor
vallls fo see Wednesday's football
game was Frank Seits of the Five Riv
ers country. A party of young folks
Frank Selts steps higher than
usual since the 8th insr. It's a 12
pound boy and Fiack is the grand
father. The parents are Mr. and Mrs.
W. E. Warnest of Five Rivers. -
A- second great-grand child was
born in the family . of Mrs. Victoria
Gerber of this city. The parents are
Mr. aod Mrs. Freeman Vanderhoof,
and they reside in Portland. li s a
boy. ' -
Mr. T. B. Williamson and Miss
Ruth Cauthoin were united In - mar
riage at the home of A. A. Williamson
near Wells Station, on the 25th, Bev.
F. W. Launer officiating. They bave
the best wishes of many.
Albany Democrat: Captain Elsie
Francis, of the girl s basket ball team,
bai received a challenge for a game
with the O. A. C. girls, but the Albany
girls bave not yet practiced but may
"The South and its People," U the
subject of the sermon to be delivered
by Bev. Feese at the Methodist church
Suaday evening. The address Is
sociological discussion of the, topic,
and deals with the historical and so
cial relationship of the Southern peo
ple. ; .
United Evangelical church: Tem
perance rally Sunday at 7:30 p. m.,
the meeting to be addressed by a
prominent anti-saloon worker. Eve
ry evening next week at 7:30 Bible
studies on the Holy Spirit will be giv
en by the paHor.' Theme Sunday
morning, "Pentecost, in Relation to
'The Fatal Wedding" is to be at
the Opera House next Friday even
ing. It comes after a four nights' j
engagement at Cordray's in Portland,
and thence opens up at the California
Theatre, San Francisco, for two weeks.
It Is under the same management as
the well remembered "Are -You a Ma
son?" and the same advance agent
tbat brought the latter to Coivallis is
routing it. -
The time is ' rapidly approaching
when the legislature is to convene.
Corvallls hopes to see a mountain water
system installed next year. Preliminary
steps are necessasy before definite ac
tion can be taken, and these should
be arranged before the legislature
meets. There is no time to lose.
Bad trouble is on at Cottage
Grove over Miss Shlveley, the teacher
who was discharged from the high
school because her diploma was
missing. The diploma, regularly is
sued from the State Normal at Mon
mouth, has turned up. Miss Shlvely
Insists that she has a contract to teach
In the school, and her friends'declare
that she shall. The school board,
which has installed another teacher,
declares that she shall not, and there
they are, And they are going into the
courts to settle it. Members of the
board should have required the diplo
ma when Miss Shlvely was hired, and
since they did not. they are responsi
ble tor the muss.
Among the social events of the
week, was an "At Home" from 3 to 5
Thursday afternoon at the residence
of Mrs. E. B. Lake. The afternoon
was spent in an exchange of greetings.
Above the hum of conversation could
be heard selections from the late op
eras furnished by Fechter's orchestra
stationed in the library. The after
noon closed with a delicious and
daintily served luncheon. Mrs. Lake
was ably assisted in entertaining by
Misses Pauline Kline, Grace and Bertha
Wilson and Mrs. Hare oi -Albany. The
invitations numbered fifty-seven and
were as follows. Mesdames E. R. Bry
son, Coote, Inez Wilson, B. W. John
son, A. J. JobnsoD, Elgin, Cordley,
Gatcb, G. W. Davis. Crosby Davis. E,
If, Pernot, Callahan, Covell, Skelton,
Kolsley, Harper, Andrews, Miller,
Woodcock, John Simpson, Hay ward,
u. M. L-ee. Kennle. Tallantler, 'ulton.
Selling, Jacobs, Huston, Hout, Harris,
Berchtold, J. M. Porter, John Smith,
J.u. wuson, r. a. Kline, Ready, Hor
ner, Green, L. F. Wilson, John Allen,
McKelllps, Irvine, Wlthycombe, J. W,
Crawford, Gene Simpson, Hammel,
Wells, Nolan. Waggoner, and Hare of
Albany, Misses Snell, Kline, Gatch,
! Holgate, Crawford,
Fisher, and Lev-
o a g won.
DEFEATED UTAH FOOTBALL
PLAYERS BY BIG SCORE.
Fifteen Hundred People Saw the
Game Excursionists - Came
- from Neighboring towns to
See the Play and the
Fifteen hundred people saw Or
egon snatch victory from Utah at
college football on O. A. C field
last Wedneeday. They saw the
swift and poweriul lads sweep con
stantly around the ends of the
heavy Utah line, driving the heavy
Utah backs before them, and saw
them dash over the Utah goal line
for ho less than eight touchdowns
in but forty minutes of play. Forty-five
to naught was the final
score, and the figures represent but
part of the difference in the power
and speed ef the two elevensLong
er halves and a desire of Oregon to
mora humiliate the inter-mountain
state could easily have raised the
final total to 80 or 100 to a goose
egg. Big as were the invading
players and formidable as they
were in their desire to hold up the
colors of their state, they were far
oat-classed by the swiftbacks and
powerful line of the Oregonians.
The hopelessness of their cause was
demonstrated in the first minute of
play. . Captain Pilkihgton won the
toes and elected to receive the ball,
His men ran it in to O. A. C.'s 30
yard line on the Utah's kickoff and
starting at that point and, without
a break, fumble or pass, rushed
their opponents back through the
80 yards of checkered field for the
hrst touchdown, requiring less than
three minutes of play to do the
stunt. The story of that first touch
down runs like this: Utah kicked
to Bower on the 20 yard line and
be ran in the ball 10 yards before a
Utah man nailed him, Root round
ed end for four yards and Williams
finished the required yardage.: Wil
liams skirted end for three yards,
Rogers for two and Root got away
for a long dash of 35 yards. Wil
liams reeled off 16 yards more,
Root tore off another 10 around end
and Williams went the necessary
five yards to cross the Utah goal
line. Pilkington kicked goal. -As
that play went, so went the rest, of
the game. Utah made yardage
but three times in the forty min
uses of actual play, and Oregon
failed to make yardage but twice.
At straight football Utah forced the
ball but 26 yards, while Oregon
rustled it a total distance of 421
yard?. Even at punting, the men
from Utah were out-classed, and in
a duel in the last half in which sev
punts were exchanged Oregon
gained ID to lzu yards on every
kick. In one instance, Captain
PiUiogton punted a sheer sixty
yai, ana the man who caught the
spit-re was downed in his tracks by
bot the Oregon ends, Steiwer and
O A. O. rolled up a score of 28
to i.ught in the fiist half. It was
twenty-five minutes in length. The
last half was reduced to 15 min
Utes, and in that time another - 17
points was added to the Oregon to
tal. The final score is identical
with that made by the University
of Washington against the Utahans
last Saturday, in 10 more minutes
of play. In tbat game the score
was eleven to 0 in the hrst half,
against 28 to naught, made by O.
A. C. in an equal length at Corvallis,
.The game was replete with sen
sational plays by the Oregon backs
and linemen. It was at the latter
that the main assault of the
Utahans was made, whenever they
bad the ball., borne of their line
men as well as some of their backs
were of very large stature and fine
physical proportions. - Nearly all
were magnificent in ' size and
strength. In their desperate ef
forts against hopeless defeat these
men hurled themselves repeatedly
against the Oregon line, which af
ter the first few assaults held with
out a break.
In one instance, Oregon made
touchdown on a eingle play, after
getting the ball. Pilkington had
kicked to Utah's three yard line
and the ball was run in 13 yards
The giants - began to pound the
Webfoot line, but in three playi
lost the ball on downs. Oregoi
took, the ball on her 18 yard line.
and Williams tripped around end
for a touchdown.
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Physician & Surgeon
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Fifth and Jefferson streets. Hoars 10 to
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Row in Gallery 75c.
Balance of house 50c
Sale of Seats Graham & Wor-
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A coat, Sunday Oct. 23rd, be
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Same. Roy Rickard.
Our shelves are laden -with
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Notice ta Contractors.
Notice is hereby given that seal
ed bids will be received by the sew
er committee until 12 o'clock a. m.
Monday, the 14th day of Novem
ber, 1904, for the construction of a
sewer through block 14 original
town of Marysville, now Corvallis,
according to the' plans and speci
fications now on file in the office of
the police judge.
A certified check of fifty dollars
must accompany each bid, -
The right to reject any or all
bids are hereby reserved.
J. M. Camekon,
. Sewer Committee.
Notice ti Creditors.
Notice Is hereby given to all persons that
the undersigned has been appointed guardian
of the estate of James W. Dunn, deceased,by
the county court oi th estate of Oregon, for Ben
ton county and has qualified. All persons
having claims flgainpt said estate are hereby
notified to present the same, to the undersign
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Bank building, Corvallis, Oregon, dnly veri
fied within six months from this date. Dated
Sept U, 1904.
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