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NEWS OF CORVALLIS AND
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The Comings and Goings of PeopJe.
Social Gossip, Personal Men-
tion and Other Items of s
' Public Interest..
Pcistoria-"r . J" hneon is confined
at home wi:.n illness. . 1
.. The r pu';lican primaries are to
bs held nt-x' S-.tUido; ibj diDoocritlc
next Taos day. .
I Mrtfd uiut G'')(lnou.:h returned
Sunday f en Ponlaid, where be weM
to a'terd tf;e concert cf the celebrated
plauint, B.iU. r. ,
j A ch'-i-k for S2.C00 reeefeed Mrs.
C.'U. H;.r I" lat F.i-iay fr-en tbe
:Aitifai8, . u aeoxunf A tbe deuta ol
totr la e cuauaDd. Hartlffe. .
' Miss Ij?ah Barclay re'nrret to
bar home Tueeday after a viait of five
months ept-nt wiib ber eUtfr Mrs.
Eenut at Scocktoo, Califr-rula.
t Another breed at fancy chickens
has rnacbe I Corvallls. The f wla ar
rived Friday, a id were consigned to
Prof. KuUely. They caaoe from Micb
Igan. ... j
t Tbe trial of A. L. McFadien In
the prosecution brought by A. 6.
Till'itson, is to rake pltce in the
Portland courts Mav 2nd. Mr. Me-
Fadden spent Sunday in this rity.
" Tbe Woodmen and Women of
Woodcraft ara t meet In tbelr hall
this, Wednesday evening. A proprim.
and other features have been arrang
ed for tbe occasion.
Ganne chickens from tbe poultry
yard of Judge GretToz were eblpred
the other day to Britlnh Onlumb a.
The shipment compiled a. male and
two femal'8. Orders reach tbe Judge
from all part'. A recent shipment
went to Mexico.
Mrs. H. C. Mil'or ba9 been paid
tbe first installment d ie in tbe $2,400
ebe is 1 1 receive from tbe Lions on ac
count r f tbe death of ber late hnsbaid
H. C. Md'er. The ord r pays tbe
. benefit ij monthly lnetillmentj of 850
A.C. M Uer of Kings Valley,
passu! 'hr ugu rownM nday,enroute
- to Pi-pt'sid to purchase a diokey en
gloe f r use in exteotive logging op-er-itlons
in which he and a partner
are to eaange tbis season on tbe
, t Pnuomath woodmea erecf'i a
'monument at the grave of Fred Eil'
worth, in Newton ceuiet ry last week.
Tbe.deceaee"d was .killed in a ra'lrnad
accident some time aio at one 'f tbe
the Cascade stations on tbe 0. & B
He wa,a member of tbe Woodmen
ljdge at Philomath.
Two families arrived Saturday
from H.ilbrook, Nebiaska. They are,
William Aitrtrht acd family and Mrs,
Erouse and hi r son, Henry. All ar
to spend the summer lu Corvallls and
If conditions euit they wi 1 loca e per
manently. They are fettled for the
present in a house in Jobs Addition.
All are old friends of J. J. Oadyaad
. family. "
' In order to prevent any . conflict
with tbe state oratorical contest
which occurs In Philomath on. the ev
ening of April 8. the parents meeting
with local Institute will be .held on
April 2, . Tula last change was also
made eo as to help the leichers of
the Bellfountaln school in tbelt cloe
, lng exercises which occur on April 8.
The parents meetiug to be hld there
. will take plaoe on April 9. The elop
ing exercises of the Institute at Bell
fountain (living way to the closing or
Tbe r?-arrest and larger bond of
. James Guler was on aocouot ot ln-1
formation that led to the belief that
he wat preparing to quit the county.
Information was lodged by Deputy
Attorney Bryson due:t with Judge
Hamilton, and the bench warrant and
higher bond was the result. The low
est penalty for his crime Is a term In
the penitentiary. He bas adtnlt'ed
; his guilt before witnesses, and bis
- victim has testlfle I under oato to tbe
. facts. On the new bond of Guier the
sureties are A. N. Lilly and G. W
Smith. The amount is $1,000.
Editor Hofer of the Salem Journ
al, in an address on the car shortage
, Was the leading feature at a largef y
attended meeting of farmers at Fair
mount Grange Hall last Saturday. Mr.
Hofer read letters and presented fig
ures Indicating the heavy losses sua
talcel by mill men, warehousemen
and all other producers as a result
of the Inability to get cars for shipping
. purposes. Tbe ad iress was excellent
and was most favorably received. Lej-
- islatlve action was prescribed as tbe
only remedy and means of relief.
The annual teachers Institute for
Benton county is to be held in Oor
vallis May 18th, 19th acd 20:h. On
the 21st. or immediately following
ne close ot the institute, a oonven
' tlon ot the school officers of the coun
ty will alao be held In OorvaUte. Tbe
parpoee of the latter meeting will be
to aiscuss school reports, contracts
and other matters pertaining to the
- administration of school affairs. The
Instructors for the annual Institute
are to be J. H. Ackerman, state su
perintendent, L. B. Traver. city su
perintendent of the Salem schools.
aoAB. F. Mulkey, president of the
Ashland Normal School. . - -
- --4. srnall patch of blue, ejty was vis
ible fera IUle while yet terdayr. It at
CractAd. wide awii'tlen S ; tu
Dr. and Mrs. Hodges and Mr. and
MrjJrlapJagnB of Albiy, visited over
Sunday with Dr. and Ike. J. A, Har-
SPe.TS !- '" '
- V A big. cfowj 8etnb!e8v,oT-oriK
at &:30(lMo8tof Jthe day's, mail ar
rives by that roote. .
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- Subject st the church of Christ
tODlcht, "The Faith Tbat8aves.'. In
terest coounues tu grow in the special,
meetings. There was one baptized at
last oiht's service.
: Mrs. J. A." Harper . entertained a-bout-16
enests at eards Saturday eve
ning. Wblst was played, - at- which
Mrs. H. 8. Pernot carried off first hon
ors; end Mrs. John Allen received the
booby prize. . ; .
Dr, Cathey Is able to dress and
be about the house now. and will be
able to be out as seop as weather con
ditioos are gentler.'- The blood poi-
oDing with which be has suffered for
ten days is dow fully under control. ;
They are making Morris chairs df
Mueant design and nuisi at the Cor
v-illia Furniture factoiy now.- Some
of the output ia-to be placed with lo
cal dealers, and other cf the chairs are'
manufactured on orders for private
use. - . : - . ,
The prohibition county conven
tion will be held in the court house on
Thursday, March 24th at 2 p. m. Bay
ner W. Eelsey ' will deliver a lecture
on Local Option in the evening at tbe
same place. He will be ably assisted
by tbe W. Eugene Knox Do. every
body Invited. -Admission free.
A basket-ball game Satur lay was
between town and high school teams,
and was won by the school boys to a
score of 14 to flvej - The latter were,
Graham, center; Caiy and Howard,
f .mards: Smith and Feltoo, guards,
Tbe town team was, Woldt, center;
Oronlse and Piltchard.t irwards; Wag'
goner and Emrlck, guards.
Some concern is f. -It about the
condition of the cistern at the corner
of Mrs. Martha Burnett's residence,
The covtrlng Includes over layers of
planking under which there is a brick
arch.- Tbe planking is appayntly bad
ly decayed, and a rew of - tbe brick
ee.'m to have f illen in: A small hole
Is observable and it is feared that the
condition may not be wholly eafe,
Chief Lane expects to effect repairs as
soon as weather conditions will permit,
and meantime, vehicles go around, in
stead ef passing over the spot. '.
The Spal ling land contests have
been appealed by the Spaldlogeto the
department of the interior. The latter,
it will be remembered, to the number
of four, filed homesteads on a section
of 1 md in tbe vicinity of the Coon saw
mill. Contests were : presented
against each cf the filings by residents
of Philomath, including Henry Ambler,
G. W. Davis and Mr. Burnap. . A late
decision at the Oregon City land office
was adverse to the Spaldipgs, and
they have appealed the cases to tbe
Interior department. - On the advice
ot their attorneys, tbe Spaldings ex
pect to move at once on the land and
remain there until tbe cases are final
It is probable tta' the smart ed!
tor ot the Lebanon Criterion would
like to crawl into a hole and pull the
hole in after him. It was he who, with
assumption ot superior knowledge
said tbat religious reformers in all
ages had been the objects cf persecu
tion. He held Josh Oreffleld up as a
persecuted and much abused man. He
said there were things in Corvallis be
side which Oreffleld and Brooks were
as pufe gold to sounding brass, or
words to tbat effect. It now -develops
tbat Creffleld, urder the cloak of
religion, pursued a life ot lust. Thir
teen husbands in Portland are clam
oring for vengeance and the bogus 'a
poetle is a hunted criminal, with cer
tain knowledge that he will go straight
to the penitentiary fcr many a year If
he is caught. His: crimes are worse
than that of the rapist negroes, who
are lynched and burned tor their, vil
lany. Beside' bim, Outlaw Tracy is a
geutlema". Yet thl-f Criterion man is
Josh Crf ffield's apologist and defend
er. Since it is his taste, let him con
tinue to bug Josh Creffleld to his
bosom, and to criticise Corvallis peo
ple for disliking the bogus eaint. A
new department in the Criterion, en
titled the "Etblcs cf Free Love" and
presided over by Josh CtefBeld, would
be a fitting arrangement under the cir
cumstances. ' . - - - . r
In tbe County Court ot the State of Oregon . -
In tbe Matter ot tbe Estate ofi
Wm. F. Byer, Deceased.
To Ida M.Hale, Wm F. Byer, Nellie M.
Porter, KUla A. Abrama, ana araoe H. Byer,
heirs and devisees of Wow F. Byer, deceased,
In the name of the State of Oregon, you are
hereby cited and required to appear In tbe
uouusy ixmn 01 we stare 01 uregon. lor the
County of Benton, at the Court room thereof
at Oorvallis, In the County ot Benton, on Satur
day, the 9th day of April, 1904. at S o'clock in
the forenoon of that day, then and there to
show caiue if any exist, why an order ot sale
anouia not rje maae as prayea ior in the peu-
uouoi w.n. uiani, wiaunuin-iir uc aaia es
tate of Wm. F. Byer, deceased, ot the following
deecrlbed real property towit:
Lots numbered T, 8, and 9 In Block number-
eo. a m tiausman a Aauraon to tne city of
Now Brownsville. Linn oountv, Oregon; Lot
numbered 23 In Block numbered in Hyde
Park. Washing-tan County, Oregon; and Lot
numDerea 8 in Block numbered 10 tn Riverside
Addition to Albina, now within the City of
rorciana, Muitnoman county, uretron.
And you are further notified that this citation
is served upon you and each of you. by publi
cation tnereoi m tne uorvauis - 'limes,' news.
paper nr lour weess, unaer an order made by
the Hon. Virgil , Walters. Judge of said Coon
bearing date ot March, 8, 1904..
Witness, the Hoa. Virgil 6. Walters, Judge
w tiro vuuij ixjurfc ui uie ovale ot ureiron, lot
the County of Benton, with the seal of said
Court affixed this 8th day of March a. n. 1904.
' . VICTOR P, HOSES.
I1EVS OF BEIiTOX
THfi , - FLOURING -: MILL
g2 KTXG VALLEY HAS ;
v; CHANG-ED -HANDS.' '
Correspondent Says Local - Option
Will Carry a Lrge Msjority
at Philomath Scarlet r:
; Fever Qaarantine Rai- , .
sed Monroe News. , '
Kings Valley. March 2o.Mr.
Logan from the' Fischer Mills of
Corvallis has bought the Kings
Valley flouring mills of Dick Dunn
and has moved to the Valley. -
The poles for the HoskTns tele
phone line are all on the ground
ready to be raised.
John McCallum intends to move
bis family to the Spaolding Log
ging camp. .
Homer Lilly bought some btef
cattle of C. Eice this week.
L. G. Price has secured a large
logging contract of the Spaolding
Co. He intends to purchase a don
key engine to do the heavy work.
Diok Rodgers and wife have mo-,
ved to the Simpson camp. .; . ,
The Quarantine has been remo
ved from the residence of Prof O,
V. White, the members of his fami
ly having all recovered from scar
, Th College of Philomath com
menced their spring term Tuesday
March 22nd. ""
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Miss Erma Carter came out from
Yaquina Saturday and returned
r Prof, and Mrs. Springer will both
teach Alsea schools as soon as the
Philomath school closes.
Mrs. Pratt talks of starling a pri
vate school in the near future. '. r-
Rov Ware of Oregon City was
virrting friends in Philomath last
Philomath will roll up a good
majority in favor of the local orMon
law next June, and if the law is
passed will also help to rid Benton
Co of the so cailedj business men
who' for the 'Jake of a few" dimes
will send men to the poor house
and to their untimely death.'
Bom,- March 20th to Mr. and Mrs
. W. Taylor, a daughter. - ;
Mr?. M-ilier and children have
pret lrned from Brownsville where
thr y have been visiting.
Adam Wilhelm Jr. has retnrned
fro. 11 California where he has been
for - ome time.
J ihn Carpenter and wife went to
Cobtirg Thursday and , returned
Friday. . ,. ,. -' ; ;' .
There will he basket social .given
in tfrmner s lail witurday April
2nd for the benefit of Rev. J.
Mt Drake. The ladies are request
ed to come and bring baskets and
the gentlemen are requested to buy
the baskets. Everybody 'invited.
The last windstorm hasuprooted
several trees and - blown down a
lew old sheds and fences. " ;;
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J. il. Moreiock bas sheared a
few goats for Mr. Edwards but is
now at home , on acc-ount of bad
weather. .-. - . . : -'
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D. B. Farley hauled a load-1 of
baled hay home from ' here lately.
Feed is scarce i n most parts of the
School will close here Friday
April 1st. Prof. Mathews will then
commence the Brown school the
first'Monday in ApriL -'..:: , - X.
Odessa, March 18. A Bolgariaa
girl named Zorka Ilieva, : who
fought and was wounded in the
ranks of the Macedonian insurgents
has arrived here and volunteered
for service in. Manchuria. - he
wears masculine attire, is an expert
horsewoman and handles rifle and
sword. The girl saw General Eaul
bars, the commander-in-chief, here,
who promised to indorse her appli
cation. She brought with her a
full campaign equipment. : .-" .
' - -:., - -Notice. V..;S:i
Wanted, a man to do general - farm
work. AddIv to Tames Hermn. Rm.
lOregon. - - - - "! .
Reoo,Nev March" 18. When ; J."
W. Wood, one of the-most desper
ate leadora of,: Jtbe .Pplsem. convict
outbreak lait lall, wascaught here
and held in jail, he" made a'confes
eion -, to a Journal correspondent.
The latter wa's oound to keep the
confession secret unless Wood should
be convicted of murder in the- first
degree. . As Wood was convicted at
Pjaeerviilc, the embargo placed up
on the confession has", been remov
ed. In talking of bis experience at
Folaom, Wood fays in his confes
sion: , ,
-J'1 landed there con vic-fd of high
way robbery and . with a life sen
tence banging over me. I, began
Immediately to plm an escape, and
was donliuually b'guriug on how-I
wa9 going to gft out. - Finally I
formulated the scheme that ended
in the successful break..: The only
thing I am sorry for is that I bad?
to take some poor devils in with me
and they will have to suffer for my
crime. I was in control of the par-
tyfrom the time they : left the pris
on, and at no time' did they work i
except nnder'iny ' directions. . My
authority was questioned when the
first separation took place.' It was
I who killed the two men at Mtn
zanita bill. Had '-they ' acted like
sane men, nothing would hays hap
pened;' but they cams right on us)
and when they saw me he paid,
There they are!" ' They weie a
bout eight feet from me. I filed
two shots and saw them both fall,
and ior that reason I ; think I got
them both." : : . ' .
Wood claims to have served in
the army at Manila aod to have de
serted. His confession on this sub
ject is a follows: ! -' ;
"I was in the Philippine war as
a private in the- United States ar
my; the company or regiment it is
not necessary to eta te. My first
trouble was t'-at I killed a. Filipino
and took his horee. - This I gave to
a lieutenant in another company at
the request of the captain . of my
company.- - -
gave tbe horse under protest,
but my captiin promised ti return
it, so' I let it go.. The 'lie-Vtenant
had not ridden the" boree ' a mile
when, ii wing to the badly stove-up
condition of the animal, -it fell in a
pile of rocks and nearlv killed the
lieutenant, -r Shortly after this I
killed a Filipinp efficerahd got a
nne poty. , ;
"In August,' 1900, my captain
was killed, and as he was the only
friend I had there, I knew things
would go hard with me.';.' About
f-this time certain - advances ere
made to me from the Filipino side
to, become a deserter, and I wasgiv
en a captain's commission and J52y
500 Amriivtn monpy.r. I. organized
and lrd a Filipino party arid; was
.more than successful.'- SI married a
Filipino woman,' and was finally
raited to the ia' k of maior in the
Filipino army. -' -
"I was drunk with success and
attempted vto capture a party of A-
mericsns with only right men un
der me. All eight were killed and
I was taken prisoner. But un irreg
uUr mixed court... which ' had no
power in the matter, I was Fentenc
ed to be taken to tbe United States,
and there to be shot. I ws brought
to Alcatmz Inland and was released
by President Mcrvioley. in August
Mrs. EJwln Stone of Albany, vif
ited with Oorvallis friend's over Haa-
day. ;-:-'.'' -- -;: r '-''V .
Go to Zierolf's for fresh ' Yaquina Bay
ovsters. - "- ' . ' -
- 222 South Peoria St.,' ' "
, , Chicaoo, III., Oct.. 7,-1902.
Eight months ago I was so ill
that I was compelled to lie or sit
down nearly all the time. My
stomach was so weak and upset
that I could keep nothing- on it
and I vomited frerjiiently. I
" could not crinate without great ,
- pain and I coughed so much that
my throat and lungs were raw
and sore. The doctors pro
' nounced it Bright's disease and "
"others said it was consumption.
It mattered little to me what
they called it and I had no de
sire to live. A Bieter visited me !
from St. Louis and asked me if
. I had ever tried Wine of Cardni.
1 1 told her I had not and she
bought a bottle. . I believe that
it saved my life. I believe many
women could save much Buffer
ing if they bat knew of its value.
Don't you want freedom from
pain? Take Wine of Cardni
and make one supreme effort to
be well. Ton do not need to be -a
weak, helpless sufferer. You
can have a woman's health and
do a woman's work in life. Why
not secure a bottle of Wine of .
Cardni from your druggist to-
Lumtier and Building Llaterial
-, -' ; From -nOW'on we will keep in stock a r - ' -
Full Cine of Building Cumberw
- s..v . "We Lave "arranged with the Curtis Lum .
; ; . ber Go. to handle their lumber at Corval- . ....
, - lis. "We are now prepared to offer Spe-
cial Prices on a large stock of material. -.
Gentral Planing Mills & Box TaGtory.
IP YOU ARE ' LOOKING FOR SOME REAL ;
good bargains in stock, grain, fruit and poultry
Ranches, write for our special list, or. come and
see usk We shall take pleasure in giving you all
the reliable information you wish, also showing
- you over the country. - '
AMBLER & WATERS.
Real-Estate, Loan, and Insurance.
Corvallis and Philomath, Or.
Pioneer Gun Store...
' Fine new stock of GUNS, SPORTING GOODS
FISHING TACKLE, CUTLERY, Etc, ....
Stock of Gfiodes at Big Bargain
R eal Estate Co.
. TO HOMESEEKERS. ,
You have come from the land of ice and
And you don t know -job t where you want
to eo; - -:
You have not yet rnn short of cash ,
And you want to -invest so as not to
. smash.. -
Perhaps your'e a farmer want someone
to show - '
Where the largest and best crops un-
1 railingly grow .,
And tell and assure yon exactly wbere
You will surely be dealt itn just aud
Where they will cot try to cheat and
- beat you,
If you are earnestly trying to purchase a
home . - - . .
J list call at the office of White & Stone.
On Main street. (Jorvallis, they will be
Always ready and willing to show you
annum; , .
If you ' would be used very nice acd po-
- lite. '
Ypa should make' the acquaintance of
k. je. White. -
We are certain to please with the farms
to be sbown
By . our gentlemanly solicitor H. M.
" Stone. .
They will tell you where the best prunes
They have been in the business and
sorely Know, - - ,
And whftre to grow fine grain, but if
dairying yon would try
They can tell you just where a fine
ranch to buy. " '-.','
They do your business, deal in city
And the renting of houses is in - their
So when ysu come here, a stranger and
V ; alone, .-.-:.'
Just call at the office of White & Stone
- Notice of Final Settlement, ;
Notice-is hereby given thatthe under
signed, administrator-.of the estate of
Una Neugass, deceased, with will an7
nexed, has filed in the County Court of
the StateNrf Oregon for Benton County
his final account as the administrator of
said estate and that' Saturday;' the 9th
day of April 1904, at the hourr often
o'clock a. m. has been fixed by said court
as the time for hearing of- objections to
said report and the settlement thereof.
Administrator of tbe Estate of Lina
Notice ta Bidders. '
Notice is hereby given , that the County
Court of Benton County, State of Oregon
will receive sealed bids for the con
struction of an artificial stone sidewalk
along the north side of Court House
Block, Corvallis, Oregon, as per plans
and specifications on file in the County
Clerk's office. All bids to be filed with
the County Clerk .and to be opened by the
court Wednesday, April 6th 1904 at 2
O.clock p, m. of the said day. The Court
reserving the right to reject any and all
bids. - , - i J":. ... .-. : '.' i - -r
Dated thisMarch 7th, 1904. - ;:.'- .
- 4 . Yictor P. Moses, -
- " . aunty Clerk."
General Banking Business.
fischangs lssu!"! payable at all finan
cial centers in United States, Canada
PORTLAND London & San FranobteoBank
lauaitei; Canadian Bank of Commerce.
SA1T FRANC ISO O London A San Francis
co Bank Limited.
NEW YORK Messrs. J. P. Morgan ft Co.
C HICAGO Fimt National Bank.
LONDON, ENS. London San Franctoco
SEATTLE AND TAOOMA London San
nuiclaco Bank Limited.
Administrator's Sale of Real Properry
In the matter of the estate of Jane Elizabeth
Notice Is hereto erven that under and 'aur- '
suant to an order of sale made by the County
Court of tbe State of Oregon for Benton County.
on the 11th day ot March, 19U4, in the above en-
tilled matter, tne undersigned, as administra
tor, with the Kin annexed ot Bald estate 01 Jane
Elizabeth Fisher, deceased, will from and after
Monday, the i8th day of April, 1904.
proceed to sell, at private sale, to the highest
matter, ior ci&n in nana, sumeci to connrma
tlon bv said Court, all of the following aescrib- -
ed real property towlt:
isegniniue at a point 37 cnains east 01 tne.
southeast corner of the northwest quarter of
southeast quarter of section 20, T. 11 S. B. 5' W.
and run Thence north 60 chains; - thence
east 2.50 chaius; thence north 30 chains; thence
eaat to the West line of the donation land claim '
of Philip Mulkey, Not.' Mo, 958 in 1. 11 8. R. 5 W. j
thenee south to a point 9.50 chains south of the
uortheast corner of donation land claim of J. O.
Koberts, Not. No. 940, same Tp; and R.: thence
north 26 degrees 36 minutes west 10.62 chains to
a point 4.75 chains west of eaid northeast corn
er of sail Huberts claim; thence west to the
place of beginning. Also lot 10 in section 22,
ana lots 1, 2, 3, 4. and 6 in section 21 T. 11 S.E.
5 W., except therefrom the following, beginning
at a point 50 links east of the southwest corner
of said lot 5 and run thence north 4.09 chains: ' ,
thence south 75degrees east 10.23 chain: thence
south 24 degrees cast 1.48 chaius to point on
south boundary line of said lot 5 fsaid point
being 4.40 chains west from southeast corner of
said lot o) thence west on south boundary
line of said lot 5. a distance of 10 55 chains to
tbe place of beginning, containing 2:32 acres
more or less. Also a strip of land 30 feet wide '
running along the full length of the west slie
of a piece of land containing 17.83 acres des
cribed as follows: beginning at the K. E. corn- ,
er of claim No. 65 T. 11 S. 8. S W .. run thence
W. 18 chains: thence S. 9.91 chains; thence E. ..
18 chains; thence N. 9.91 chains to plaee of be
ginning. - All the above being In Benton coun
ty, state o! Oregon. -
It being the intention to include in the above
description all l-,ndn described in mortgage
given by Jane . Fisher and husband to - the
stAte Land Board,' bearing date December 8.
Said sale Is made tor the purpose ot paying
claims against said estate and charges and ex
penses ot administration, remaining unpaid.
Dated this March 12, 1904.
E. B. WILSON,
Administrator with the will annexed et the
estate of Jane Elizabeth Fisher, deceased.
Notice of Final Settlement.
In the Matter of the Estate ) .
John Mitchell, deceased.
' Notice Is hereby given thatthe mndersigned
as executrix of tbe last will and testament of
John Mitchell, deceased, has filed ber final ac
count as such executrix, with the clerk of the
county court of the state of Orn. for Benton
county, and the said court has fixed Saturday
the 9th day of April, 1904, at the hour ,. two
o'clock In the afternoon as the rime, and the
county court room in thecenrt housein - Cor
vallis, Oregon as the place, for hearing any ana
all objections to said final account aud for
' Dated this March 12. 1904, v - '
Executrix of the last wtU and testament of
Jean Mitchell, deceased.
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