j jriso Corvallis Times. BY B. F. IRVINE. "Ncial Paper of Benton County, CKIPTION KATES. . . . . . . . . .... . - . $2 00 ffv. . 1 00 ?-s. ..... . 50 fi.....77..... 5 OCT. 87, 1900 jSTS. They are Law- L'jonrt Docket. oes a week ling ital is m. divorce, la on prom- sclosures of ryof money two r for three for per and other cases. inal cases is one in lant has answered charge against him in a higher lhe Jjfet of litigants and leir casesJs asfollows: - siaieyj&rsus r Jv Jiapman ana kiiing, lewd cohabitation. - . state vs T K Chapman, bigamy. Hate vs Henry Kubli, larceny. State vs Francis Prior, burglary. State vs R B Edwards, larceny "from a dwelling.- Defendant died in jail. J S Cooper vs Wilson Bump and W 0 Cross, action on piomissory note, A B Hammond, vs W F Crosby, action on promissory note, Albany Iron Works vs H N Eley, action to recover money, H N Eley vs Agricultural college, action on contract, Benton County Flouring Mills . Company vs G B Smith, action on promissory note. S E Lindner vs George Evans, and Frances Evans, action to re cover on goods, ware3 and merch' andise sold. " Maud Gaarv vs the Providence Savings Life Assurance Society of Hew York, action to collect insur ance policy. -7 R H Hurley ys Isaac A Garrett, action on promissory note; . H F Fischejf vs "Walker Cline. action for recovery on good?, ware3 and merchandise eold. NelsJGLVheeler vs Helma and uihompson, action on promis sory note. Sol King va D A Osburn and John Osburn, action on promissory note. . John Stahlbdsch vsM P Burnett, fie sourt A m ', sheriff, action for recovery of goods, A. Bennett vs W E Allen and IN . Allen, action on promissory note, M. Porter vs E W Strong, action to recover payment for legs. William Fawver vs Joseph Beard action jyr post ession 01 real , prop erty. - . . Wadham and Co. vs G ,W Good . man et al, action on -promissory note. - y: ;. ' . D A Osburn vs Sam Sun, Sam Jake et al, action to recover money J A Bradly vs W A Gallatlly. action on promissory note. John Smith etal, vs D A Osburn et al, action on promissory note. Margaret Logsden vs J A Haw kins et al, suit foreclosure of mort 'gage, -v '-: " ;r " Alice Tallev vs L. Flinn, suit to perfect title. - " v ; .' -L N Edward.? vs Miles T Starr and J Benson Starr, suit to locate boundary line. North American Trust Company vs Tne Mutual Benefit Life Insur ance Company, of New Jersey, suit toperfect title ot real property. R. Livingstone vs CM Davis, Joeie E Davis and W A Sternitzky, suit ot perfect title to real property. The Balfour Guthrie Investment Company vs Florence Mulkey, fore closure of mortgage. City of Philomath vs J W Ingle, writ of review. , . - Isabella Garland vs J R Kirk patrick et al, foreclosure of mort gage. ... J H Gibson and Edith Gibson vs Mary M. and Homer Gibson, suit for partition of property. ' . O. Hecker vs Miles T Starr et al, foreclosure of mortgage. George E Allen vs Birdie Alien, suit for divorce. Isaac Porter vs Nellie Porter, divorce. -' , - Mary Simpson vs John Paul Simpson, divorce. Lydia G Weber vs George Weber, divorce. Nellie E Moore vs William J Moore, divorce. - Blanche M Adams vs Newton R Adams, divorce. " Wanted. To exchauge a nice 5-acre" houe one -and one-half miles northeast of Forest Grove, for desirable residence in Cor vallis Address . . . , J H Spangler, ' ! Forest Grove, Ore. Press I'oinment. - Chicago Chronicle, Gold Demo cratic: It is significant, of the restored unity of: the democratic party'that the enthusiasm which has greeted Mr Bryan in the east is if anything exceeded by the popular demonstrations which have attend ed David B. Hill's appearence in the west. It is quite evident that the demo crats of the west are united in favor of the ticket. - ' . Whatever may have been the casoin the past, Mr Hillno longei enters the enemy's country" when he comes, westward. He is in the house of bis ifriends. who honor and admire Lira. The reception which was given to Mr Hill at Springfield in this ?at& 5i undoftbtly the most en thusiastic and'sigoi Scant ever wit nessed at thetstate capital. The demonstration at Shelby ville, Ind , was another tribute of which the New York statesman has" the right to be proud. V New York World: In his speech at the great meeting in Madison Square Garden Tuesday Mr Bryan showed conclusively that he is, as The World said some weeks ago,"a new Bryan' that he has "grown and improved within the laft four years," and is "moredignified, more temperate, more respectful in every way of the conservative opinion of the country." . Mr Bryan started with a chal lenge to the business interests of New York. "I am glad," he said, " to defend our cause in thi3 great centre of population, of industry and ot wealth. ' ;:"'We are not op posed," he declared, "to that wealth that comes as the reward of honest toil-and is enjoyed by those who give to society something in return for that which society Kestows upon them." And he gave tbeassurance that "no honest industry, no honest occupation, no honest man , nred fear the success of the democratic party." The popular demonstration at the various meetines and ia the streets wa3 one of the greatest, if not the greatest, ever seen. in New York. And Mr Bryan was tonal to it. . . - JOB WORK AT W ill " q ,p ! ' i TIIiim" JlH) til ejsqjiiJiiia pOS V IllKSW - WSl -pinojii Xiijbuhmo I SO ''iMllWJ'l mill -noo uni nd '3!q!iJ puo ob jeqwat il l OI" M'IB 'n 'JMJaq Ijoj sejoq : : ':nO ssouju'h gS-f -nonnniq I - . - ' - -Tnon m nun uinu I ' llfea. auuiooi poos v .1 1900-FaIl andWinteri90L The Adler Raglan Overcoat raqlan; We show here liienew RAGLAN for FALL and WINTER. It I& one of the swellcst coats . overproduced, and as becoming a garment as a . man could wear. wenavetne CORRECT GARMENTS. made by a concern famous for this line. If you're thinking oi Duying a coat this season, come in and look at Jhe RAGLAN. Ynn'H Want rtni r-r LOOK FOR TIUS LABEL Tor Si te by DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR PRESIDENT, . William Jennings Bryan OF NEBRASKA. " FOR (VICE-PRESIDENT, Adlai E. Stevenson OF ILLINOIS. FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS, W. M. PIERCE, of Umatila. DELL STUART, ot Multnomah J. WHITAKER, of Benton. E. KRONER, of Muknomah. - Dressmaking. I have again opened a dresemak iog shop in Corvallis and am ready to meet all old ' customers aa well as new ones. During my absence In Cal lfornla I have ; acquired ; many , new ideas of which I shall be glad to give my patrons full benefit; CuttlDg and fitting a specialty. . A good fit guar anteed. Shop at residence, first door north of the James A Cauthorn resi dence. ; - Mrs M Glea60n.: Bean the Bignatme The Kind You Have Always Bouglt of TO HOMESEEKERS. A Few More Bargains in Farms if So'd Soon. No. 2 ioo acres, 6o in cultivation, good house, two tair barns, nne bottom land, good fruit, well watered, on creek, miles from Philomath, price I1500. This is a good self-supporting home and well worth the money. .- No 1 13 acres, s in cultivation, balanee timber and pasture: fine garden land on this place; good log house; . miles from Philomath; price S400 This would make a good chicken ranch. - - - '. No 5123 acres, 60 in cultivation; good barn; fair house; price $ 1200; 7 miles from Philomath; a good ranch for the money. - V No. 6 So acres, 10 acres in cultiva iion; balance good pasture and timber, good outrange, fair house, barn and oth er buildings, good fruit and water. This is a fine goat ranch, 6 miles from Philo math. Price 5650.00 This is a snap. No. 7 170 acres, 15 in cultivation, fair house, barns, etc., good young orchard, 12 head cattle, 30 ton3 hay. This is a good stock ranch and all goes for 1,600. 3 miles from Philomath. No. 838 acres. 30 in cultivation, fair buildings, good water and timber, price 500, also 40 acres, 30 acres in cultivation, no buildings; these two farms ioin, 'A miles from Philomath, crice 500. Would makewo good little homes. Xo. 9 100 acres, 60 in cultivation in the bottom, balance pasture and fine tim ber mostly oak, good barn,' small house, well watered, 1 miles from Philomath, price 2,500. This is a Xo. 1 farm. I have also houses, lots and acreage in Philomath, which is an exceptionally good educational town and very healthy. Come and see me or write lor particu lars of above farms. - HENRY All IiLER, Real Estate Agent, Philomath, Or. Atliuiuisr ratoi's Notice. otlee is hereby given that the undersigned has been duly acDointed dm":nis,tratrn. nf iho 1 ty court 01 the stite of Oregon, for Rpnton nmm. 1 ty. Ail persons having claims sgniust said es- are requuea 10 present tname. dulv ver- irea to me at my residence near Philomath in ; Benton county, Oregon, or at the law office of E. Hoigate, in uorvaiiis. Oreiron, within - six months from the date of the flrat niihliV'AMnn nt Dutel tills iwtn day of September, 1900 ' HENEY C. LUSH, . . Administrator. THIS OFFIC E Correct ; Dressers .Wear the ADLER . Clothing: S. C Kline CM; mj mmmiwm- mm- mmm mm - i u isiKk m ': n 1 ......:: .:. I 1 ' B : . State ".-.. Never before in the history of the ClOtbitlCj business in Corvallis has there been shown stch a large and complete stock as we have bought this season. Our shelves and counters are bending down with new Fall and Winter goods fee 1Het1 Voting lUcn, Boy'S and Cbildren Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Furnishings, Rubber Goods, Leggins. Sweaters, Blankets, To strangers to our Clothing Department we wish to say that we are doiDg great broad guage way. Our Styles are Right. O-OOD a-oonDs. Good eiotbing Is what every man is looking for. .He wants the best for the money he has to spend for it. Poor quality is the dearest clothing one can buy. . There is nothing inferior in our stock, and our prices are no higher than you will have to pay for inforior goods at other places. Corvallis, 2 Crade Causes V. many and Uaried And to enumerate all we will . not attempt. But we do claim that our location be central and our class and quantity of goods bandied are two incentives off our increasing tree i . . A fair inspection of our Crockery and Queens Ware, Candies,' Fruits, Can Goods and everything carried by afirst-class grocery store will readily convince you that our New Store is a good place to do yourtrading. " We own our own delivery wagons ; prompt delivery of goods to. any part of city guaranteed. ,' Yours to Please, , v 1 8 6iB Trunks, Grips, Telescopes etc big Clothing business in a : . Our Prices are Right Orcaon - aVc V Borning ' .'v' SummODS. " In the Circuit court of the State ot Oregon tor the countv of Benton. E Livingstone, plaintiff, versus C M Davis, Josie E Davis bis wife, and W A (Sternitzky de fendants, To C it Davis. Josie E Davis his wife " and W A Sterultzy, defendants above na-ned. . In tlie name of the State of Oregon: You are hereby required to appear and answer the com plaint filed in the . above entitled court and cause, on or before the last day of the tlme' pre scrlbed in the order of publication hereof. The order of publics Hon was made by JW Hamil ton, judge of; said court, upon Septemter Htb; 19C0, and prescribes that this summons shall be pnbliuhed once a week for six weeks ,and the date of the first publication hereof Is September !f2nd,1900. And if jou fail to answer the plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief de manded in the complalur. The relief demanded In the complaint is for a decree reforming a certain deed of conveyance made by you, said defendants to said plaintiiT (which deed is recorded in the public records ol Bexton county, Oregon, in Bcok 33, at page 534, records of deeds of said county) so that the same shall conform to the intention of the'par ties thereto, and iestead of describing and con veying the tract ot land therein described ana said to coutuln 295.12-100 acres more or less the same shall describe and convey the following described parcel ofjand, situated in Benton county, state of Oregon, towit: Beginning at the north west corner of the donation land, claim, Kot no 1712, claim no 45 in township ten south ranee three west of the Willamette mer idian, in Benton county, Oregon, thence northi four degrees, six minutes ea6t , five and forty eight hundredths chains to the Willamette river, thence south, seventy nine degrees west, one and forty five hundredths chains u"-t ovum, ciguij lour uegrees west, twelve and eighty hundredths chains, thence south four degrees west, forty and ten hundredths chains, thence east fourteen and forty-six hund redths chains, thence south four degrees six mi nutes west fifty three and seventy hundredths chains, to the south west corner of said claim, no 45, thence south seventy six degrees, east, eigtb- uiencnamg tnence norm lour degrees es sixty nine and five hundredths chains more or lees to a point due west of a point on lhe east boundary line of said claim no 45 south three degrees thirty miuutes west, twenty five and twenty hundredths chains from the north east corner thereof, thence east fifteen and eighty six hundredths chains more or less to the east line of said claim, thence north three degrees und thirty minutes east twenty five and twenty hundredths chains to the north east corner ot said claim No 45 thence uotti eighty six de grees thirty miuutes west, thirty three nnrt eighty six hundredths chains to the place of be ginning, contiiniug 295.12-100 acres more or less, and decreeing, that by the above recited deed you did couvey to plaintiff the real property mortgaged by you to the Northern Counties Investment Trust limited. hv mnnmima recorded in the public records of Benton coun- " ty, in Book M of mortgages at page 348, and forever excluding you and each of you from any interest In said.real property, and for such other farther and different relief as mav be meet in equity, and for his costs ami dishnrsn. niei.t8 he: em. William M Geeoorv Hewitt k Sox, Att'ysv for Plaintiif- Mmimoiis. In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for Beutou county. The Balfour Guthrie Investment Company. flaintiff, vs. Florence Mulkey; Florence Mulkey as execu trix of the last will and testament of A G Mul key .'deceased : Gladys Winnifred Mulkey; Lau ra X. Eil) and Warieu Hill, her husband; Dora, Alice Paiton and John Patton, her husband: Horace Grant Mulkey; Charles Homer Mul--key; Mary ttta Qtiigley and L. Quiglev. her husband; Oren ired Mulkey; Walter Virgil Mulkey, Annie L. Strong andE, Strong, her husband; Lizzie Ernestine Burdlck and . Burdick, her hu?band; and Sol King, defend ants. To Laura X. Hill and Warren Hill, her hus band; Dora Alice Patton and John Patton, her husband; Horace Grant Mulkey; Mary Etta Quieley and L. Quigley, her husband : Annie L. Strong and E. Strong, her husband; Lizzie Ern estine Burdlck and Burdlck, her hus band, the above named defendants: In the name ot the State of Oregon, you and each of you are hereby summoned and required to appear and answer the complaint of the plaintlrt in the above entitled suit now cn fiie with the clerk of the above entitled curt, on, or before the lastday of the time prescribed in the order for publication of this summons, made by nie cuuuty juuge 01 pcuiuu county, aiate O! ure- gon (being the couu y where the above entitled suit is pending in th circuit court of said cm un tyand stite;, which said order Is hereinafter rs- 1 ferred to, to-wit: 011 or before six weeks troin the day of first publication hereof, and you are hereby : notified that if you fail-so to appear and answer the said complaint s herein required, forwent thereof, the plaintiff will apply to the abve en- -titled court lor the relief demanded in its said j complaint, namely: for a decree of the afcove- entitled rouit foreclosing the mortgage men- tioi.ea ano; nescrioea 111 piainttrr s said com- plaint, and for the appointment of a receiver to collect the rents and profits arising out of said premises described in pluiuilfl's said complaint and hereinalter Uesciioed, during the pendency of this foreclosure and until the right of redemp- tion expires, and that such rents and procts be applied in payment pro tanto of the amount. -due under said mortgage. That .plaintiff have ence Mulkey inuividually and from Florence- Mulkey as exeeuti ix of the will of A. G. Mulkey, deceased, the sum ot four thousand dollars ami the interest thereor at 8 per cent, per annum, from January 1, i;k,0, until paid; also the sum ot ?6.M0 puia tor taxes ana interest tnereou at the rate of ten per cent, per annum fiom July 18, 1900, until paid: also the sum of $400 attor ney Ice, all in gold coin of the United States, to- " gether with the costs and disbursements of this- . suit. That plaintiff be decreed to have the first lien tor the lull amount of Its claims in said . complaint mentioned, on the sa:d real propei ty " -desciibed in the eaid mortgage set out in plain tiff's said complaint, and particularly described ( as follows, to-wit : Commencing on the east ( boundary line of the donation land claim of James L. Mulkey, it being claim o. 63, totiiica tion No. 944, in township eleven south, range five west of the Willamette meiidlan, at a point ; 60 rods north of the southeast corner of said claim, and running thence north on said east boundaiy line 150 rods; thence westerly on a line parallel with the south boundary line of said claim ICOrods to the west;boundary Hue 1 of said claim; thence soutn on said west boun darv line 150 roda: thence easterly on aline par allel with the south boundary line of uaid claim r reo rods to the place of beginning, containing gether with all and singular the tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wie appertaining; that the . said mortgage sot out in plaintiffs said com- plaint, fiom G. Mulkey and Florence Mulkey to BobertBallour, Bobert Brodie Forman and .? Alexunder Guthrie and assigned to plaintiff be foreclosed, and the real piopeny therein and above described, be sold for goldcoluof the U- ; nited States, and out of the proceeds of such -ale there be paid firstthe costs of this suit and f the sale, then the amount due plaintiff, iu- ?. 1 luding the attorney fee, and the remainder, if .uv.to the defendants as their iuterests may appear. If the proceeds ol the sale do not satis- t ry in full the claims of the plalutiffiri said com- -piaint mentioned, that execution for the le malnderissue against Florence Jiulkey, Individ- -nally. and that ald Florence Mulkey as execu- . i trix of the wili of A. ' G. Mulkey, deceased, pay 1 ouc h remainder iu que course cu auuuuiMrn . ..i-.im .iL'nhit the est-teot A. G. Mul- ,1 kev deceased: th.-.t all the deft ndants be forev er barred of all right, title and Interest in and to said real property in pl. intiH's complaint, aid mortgage and herein above described, and 01 all equity oi redemption therein, except tne statutory right ot redemption; and for such fur ther and diiierent relief as may be proper in the plTbis summons is published in The Cobvallis Times once a week, ror six successive aim e-ou-Lecriunlng with the Issue of September 22. 1900, and ending uith the issue of l: Novembers, 1910, under and in puisuauce ot ! ,h.n!ififnT)ti cmrained ill an order made bv I the Hon. E. Woodward, county Judge of Benton county. Oregon, (being the county where the aboe entitled suit is pending in the afcove en-, titled circuit court), dated September 20, 1900. Date of the first publication heieof is Sepiein ber 22,1900, ... , .... ... EWlLS0Nj - Attorney for Plalutltr. S0TICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. In the matter of the estate J R Btyscu, deceased ) . Notice is nereuy gieii . , ,,, i and E E Wilson as executors of the last will and testament of J K rsiysou, ucuocu, - our final account as such executors with 1 he Clerk 01 the county court of Benton county, Stateof Oregon.ni.d thrt said Court has fixed Saturday, the 10th dy of November, 19C0 at the hour of one o'clock in the afternoon as the time and the county court room in the court haute 1 Corvallis, Oreson, as the place - for hearitiK any and alt objections to said final ac-, count, !ind for settlement thereof. Dated Oct. . ober 13,10. MM D ims & E E Wilson, Execntois of the Last Will and Testament of J H Bryson, deceased.