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?NEWS OF CORVALLISAND
- VICINITY TOLD IN BRIEF.1' "
The Comings and Goings of People.
Social Gossip, Personal Men
tion and Other Items of
Mr. Marr Avfrvleft Thursday
for a vlsli uutil Monday at Salem.
A drw 8 bow window hs been
place 1 la the north B'da i f tbe millin
ery store or Mrs. J. Masoo. -
Char'e) Heckert's new coHage lo
Job's Addition Is dow "receiving the
flokblng loucnea, aDd Is sbcrbly to be
There will be service the
Ch"le churoh tomorrow. Mass a
10-30 a. m, and evening service at
7 :3a p. ro.
Fifty Ixtb aonivrr ary rf Mod
ern Spiritualism in Sui day, March
27tb. Services will be held In Bar
rett Lyceum at 3 p. m. A cordial in
vitation to all.
A pa'r of fine White Wjadotte
chickens was received by Dr. Leitf r,
the otber day from the famous poul
try yarls f B. G. Duetlu, at Ma'l
borough, Massachusetts, .
A complete system rf repairs has
been added to tbe re-jld"oc proprcy
next do' r north of J. M C-imeioo's oo
Eighth street, owned by Airs. H. O.
Miller. Mrs. Miller moved into tbe
Additions to tbe Rbr reeld-ince
property, recenty acquired by Adolpb
Peterson, ad 1 ma'erlitlly to its ap
pearance and value. A. new porch,
an addition to the rear, a bandsome
window In the front and other new
arrangements have done much for
Mr. Schoel, late ot the vicialty ef
Eugene, has purchased the residence
property In Jobs Addition, recently
occupied by Mrs. H. O. Miller and
family. With bis family, Mr. Scboel
moved Into tbe house Wednesday.
A new barn and woodshed are Im
provements that he bai ma'ie to tbe
A bugsv that started for Philo
math from the Vldito stables Wednee
day failed to get outs'da tbe city lim
its. In the sea of mud in tbe vicin
ity rf the carriage f icfry it rank so
desp In a hole that a singln tree gave
way wben attempt wa rand-) t) pull
tbe vehicle our. That let tbn t.oncue
down and the tem attempted to run
Clate Miller ws driver and he held
tbe horce', though the tongue was J
broken In the process.
A big force of workmen teiumed
operations Thursday In the fjither!
dlsinao'llng ot the carriage, f-ieti rj
building, and Its removal to All any.
Tbe roof bus engaged attention, and
huge sectlei" i.f It, one after another
were torn i ff ad sent, down a chute
to the soutfi'unl i t thfr fltriictur.
The fait ponl m t f the building still
remains intact, and according to tbe
accounts is to so continue.
It has been decided to e'i'er a
Arid and track te tm la tbe ludoor
meet which takes p'aoe in the gym
nasium of Columbia TJoiversity at
Portland, April 16ib. The nyet Is
given by Columbia Universltv,' and
medals aggregating about $200 in val-'
ue are offered a) prizes. The schedule
Includes nearly all tbe events Incident
to an out door meet, save tbe 1 ag
hur ilea, the hammer throw and tbe
100 yard dash, tbe track being too
short for the latter contests. The
OAC team will te selected latly in
April, ar-d will comprUe about 10
The sudden disappearance of Mr
Laugley worried hie family Tuesday.
He went off in tbe morning, and at
night ha 1 not returced. A arch
won Instituted, in which John Young
aod several It.dies i ined. Chief Lane
wa routed out aGdinqu'rles were made
everywhere. The wider the starch,
tne more olsneattenlDg.was the mys
tery until the DUley home wa9 reach
ed about 11 o'clock! where it was
lerrned that The Fix r and Mr. Laog
ley were out on the search for CreffieWI
and Incidentally anxious to pocket tl:c
rewaiti. Hie dftecavesatrited about
midnight to lourn that they had tt"D
searched for. while "huniiuc; Creffl.jlJ
-rTte scarcity f hens that are
willing to set la growing more aud
more marked. LochI poullrymen are
buying everything of the kind they
can lay their hands on and nri still
a long way eh-rt of a srfflclency of
hens for hatching purpwc?. The
point has be iecb.3ii In which the
ones despUrd bei with a cluck wuld
-command a premium at any . poultry
house. All sorts of iudignlths used to
be helped upou her, in tee effort to
jure her of tbee'ting propeDeitr. she
was put in a coop and starred, she
was soused In tubs of water, a r. d
etrlDg was t el to br tail and some
times lo angrtr she itai souudly
thrashed. But she is a dream now
the old setting ben is aod poultrymen
listen for her cluck as a starviog
man hearkens for the clang of the
dinner gong. A3 a remedy for the
ehortaea some ot tbe breeders resort
to artificial Incubators aod broolers
but othets love the good old fashioned
method tbe best and in consequence
game chickens, scrub chickens, unre
generate chickens, a goose or even
a shitepoke would be eagerly accepted
if there wa promise that they would
set on acd batch egge.
Begnlar meeting' of the , Coffee i
Club text Monday afternoon.
'Opening at MlssJohnson's Msreh
Slet:W sve'WWsplay-"aline, ot
pfew Yoifc pattefos, Call and see
them. 5 , .J - J
j Mies Eva S'arr returned to Oor
vallls Tuesday after an extended vfefc
in Portland with her sister. Mrs. Van
Fleet. " . 'V
J. M.- Cameron, J.. R : Smith and
T. T. Vincent have been named by the
probate eourt as appraisers in the ee-
tate or u. nodes.
A. Blackburn leaves today for
Lebanon where he has purchased tbe
Heary drug store. Many Cotvallls
friends wish him success In his new
enterprise. "- :
Glen Gillette left Thursday for his
cbittlm claim on' the Yacbat". He ex
pects to remain there during the sum
mer and his place in Zieroll's store
has been taken by Eratz Cronise.
Wednesday Roy Taylor retired from
tbe bsrberlog business In Corvallts.
He does not know just what be will
eogage Id, but he' says that be has
permanently laid aside the razor.
Examinations frr the end- of tbe
winter ' term wete concluded at the
college Thursday, aod many students
have gone home f r a brief vialt. He
pis' ration for the spring term begins
Monday, and recitations, Tuesday.
Rev. 8 M. Wood went to Buena
VistTbur-day to preach the funeral
sermon ot Mrs. Joseph Miller,, who
rtied at that place March 23d. Mrs.
Miller had been a re.-ident of Oregon
eince 1871, aod was ntarly 87 years of
George P. K-ady never comes tp,
town from College Hill except on busi
ness. Thursday be was down to see a
physician, for the purpose of having
bis Soger dressed, a small pi rtion of
which had been taken off by" a print
Nancy L. Whltaker has filed her
bond as administratrix of tbe estate t f
Jacob Whltaker, The amount is $14,
000 and T. D. Campbell and John
Whltaker are sureties. The appraie
eisare WlttlamNewmao, T. W.B.Smith
and Casper Zlerolf.
Mary's Peak Camp W. O. W..and
the Circle beld a union meeting Wed
nesday evening, a number ot friends
bing present. An address by T. T.
Vincent was an Interesting feature of
a flue literary and musical program
Refreshments were served at the usu
Tbe damaged cistern, in the street
near Mrs. Martha Burnett s residence,
has been repaired. A portion of the
brick arch had been removed to give
room for a wooden rail wben the old
a'r?et railway was built. In the mean
time tbe rail bad decayed, as had a
number of the overlying boards. New
planking has been put in and the cis
tern is now pronounced perfectly se
cure A considerable contingent of tax
payers la still yielding up tax money
to the sheriff. Tbiity people have paid
8io.ee the time for getting the rebate
expired. Of these, about one-half are
payiDg their taxes iu full, and the bal
ance but oue-hblf, expectiog to pay
the remairder next October. The date
f r taxes to become delinquent is Aptil
4'h. Taxes on whictt no paymeDt has
ben made by that time will have a ten
per cent, penalty and 12 per cent in.
"Oregon against tbe wotldj This
egg was laid by a Webtoot hen in one
day.' The above Is tbe inscription
accompanying a Urge egg on display
in P. L. Millet's show window. It
weighs a good half pound and meas
u:es eight and one-quarter, by ten
aod three-quatter inches. Not many
people believe that a ben laid the egg
la one day, nor even In two days, and
it was reported tbat it was an ostrich
egg sent from Pasadena to be hatched
here as an experiment; The truth is
that it is a goose egir, and hence was
laid by a "Webfoot" hen.
The programme of a Farmers In
stitute held by tbe college at Tangent
Thursday was In part as follows;
"Garden and Fruit Peste," Prof. A. B.
O rdley; "Plant Food and Plant
Growth," Pror. A.L.Knisely;"TJse aod
Abuse c-f the Hand Separator," Prof.
F. L. Kent; "Dairying on tbe Small
Farm," by James Withycombe;"Farm
Manures and Was-te Materials," Prof.
A. L. Kni3ely; "The Care of Milk and
(V-aui." Prof. F. L. Kent," "Rural
Scboc 1?," Paf. A. B. Cotdley; "Breeds
and Types of Stock" (illustrated with
stfreopueor ) Dr. James Wlthycombe.
-C. C. Cbipman Is tors-open the Com
mercial restaurant in the former loca
tion on Main street. The building is
urilergoiL'g txtensive repairs, among
which Is the addi'ion of an attractive
glass front. Mr. Cbipman is to install
an entirely new and up-tc-date equip
ment for a first-class restaurant and
tbe business, it Is claimed, is to be con
ducted on a plan superior to anything
heretofore attempted in Corvallis: It
is ci rrain that Mr. Cbipman knows
bow to run a restaurant aod what he
undertakes in tbat line is likely to be
a success financially and otherwise.
Tbe place will be opened about the
first ot April.
Notice ti Creditors.
Id "the Matter ot tbe Estate of James Watkins,
Notice Is hereby given, to aU persons concern
ed that the undersigned has been duly ap
pointed administrairix oi the estate ot James
Watklus. deceased, by the County Court ot the
State of Oresron. for Benton County. All persons
havine claims agalnct said estate are hereby
required to present the same, with the proper
vouchers, duly verified as by law required,
within six mouths from the date hereof, to the
uutersi!mertat her residence two miles sonth
of Philomath, Oresron, or at the law offioe of
E, E, Wilson, in Corvallis, Oregon.
Harinda B. Watkins,
Administratrix of the Es-ute of James Watkins,
Dated this March X. 1904.
FATAUTY AM02G GOATS ON
" A FARM IN SOUTHERN. .
" ' 1 BENTON. "
Death at thV Poor Farm Wind
storm Tore Trees up by" the
Roots at Summit Benton. -.
News Told by Cor
' - respondents.
Bellfountain, March 23. George
Goodman is complaining of rheu
matism. -. ::
Uncle Dock Starr is visiting
friends in onr burg. V :.
Dogs are making nightly raids
on goats belonging to George Hall.
Snow is 12 inches deep at Coon's
John- Kiger expects to move to
Corvallis the firtt of the month. : ,
The social to be given by tbe
Women of Woodcraft has'been in-
definately postponed. '.'
Mr Fawcett has taken a part of
his cattle to John Kiger's. finding
it more convenient to take the cat
tle to the feed than to take the feed
to the cattle. :
Will Rod gers loss of goats has
been great reaching almost to a
Parents meeting in connection
with tbe Grange .will be held in
the Bellfountain grange hall April
9th. - " . ".' ..'
Mrs Morris who has bsen in Cal
ifornia for her health has returned
and isVisiting at the home of Frank
Homer Humphery has gone into
Washington to look for a location
as jeweler and optician.
M. Grsgg is wielding the birch
over the pupils of Green Peak
School while Mrs. E H Belknap is
teaching in Belknap dUttiot.
. Several horses have been sold
here recently at a good round price.
. At Bellfountain.
Tbe weather has improved some
what the last few days.
Mr. Fawcett' made a business
trip to Corvallis this wetk. ;
Friends of Mr. Barnard will be
glad to learn that he is improving.
.Feed is scarce and ttock looking
bad although there has been small
loss, bo far. . .. .
Masquerade ball at'Mr. Corbus'
thi week. A good time is expec
Farmers are anxious for good
weather as considerable seeding is
yet to be done.
(4randpa Shipley died at - the
po'jr-farm recently. He had been
v if feeble for some time.
Virgil Landingbam, clerk for
B 1 -kiobam & Co., started lor
N". no. Yakima las-t Monday to visit
'Ralph Prnett of. Corvallh' but
formerly of Bellfountain, is again
in she vicinity.
Mrs. H. T. Bristow is on the eick
- The political pot is begiociog to
simmer. We s-e 'many smiling
faces, .and are greeted with bearty
Joe Stanturf was t-uddenly taken
sick the firrt of the week- He was
resting easy at last account?.
' Teachers and pupils of Bellfoun
tain school are very busy prepar
ing for their entertainment at tbe
close of school.
Revival services this week at this
place conducted by the United
Last Saturday's wind tore sever
al large trees up by the roots and
shook houses at thi- place.
Con Gerhard is visiting his old
friend T. Ranney this week and
also in search of " health In our
mountains. - r
Ada Henkle of Philomath is visi
ting at Summit.
Clyde Fox is away on business
and C. E. Albin of Phiiomath is
Guy McReynolds has disposed cf
his stock of goods and will soon
leavejfor some valley point.
The social the iSth was quite a
success for the small turn out. The
baskets brought about $ioand they
also sold a quilt for $4.40. - ;
Mr. and Mrs . C. King and
children of Harris visited at the
home of H. Harrison's overjSunday
Father Springar, is visiting at'
the Yantis home.
Laura Skaegs returned last wek
from Corvallis. ' .
March 1 21. A
lery on J3iecrta Hill during a bom
bardment of Fort'ArthUr,' has writ
teD tbe following vivid account: - '
!l 'It wns a cl -ar, sunlit day' and
there was ft gentle swell on tbe wa
ter. - A little spot appeared through
the haze on tbe : far horizon s and
then amther ; and another . until
these spots were increased to 15.
Nearer aod nearer they came, and
larger and ' larger they appeared;
until" wten eiz mi'es off there was
a tiny puff of smoke and all in the
battery wondered ' where the pro
jectile was going to fall.
"Forty fathoms below ,the cliff
where we wrre, lay ' the battle ship
Peresviet.' Bang! A shell buret'
under her bows, sp'ashing the decks
with spray. Another puff followed
and a projectile whistled overhead,
crashing on the rock "behind . us.
Then a third-. It whs a moment of
terrible suspense. There was a ter
rific e j plosion overhead. They bad
bur rang-i exactly.; -
"It was the signal for u ti open
fire, and 10 short batteries and 12
warships joined in the reply. .
''What followed is almott inde
scribable; The. sea underneath
where we stood fairly boiled with
the swish and plunge of projectiles,
and words of command were inau
dible to the gunners. I tried in
vain to shout my orders while 150
gnus belched in a prolonged roar
and shells were bursting, overhead
with a hellish crash. - The smoke
and dust blinded us. v,
''I did not experience excitement,
and only tbat my Doth began to
ache there was a strange sensation
of contentment amid the scenes of
death which had no terrors after
the first shell had exp'oded. Sud
denly a white-faced gunner pointed
to a -battery of quick-firing guns
half way down the hill, which bad
been placed there to prevent a Jap
anese landing. I ran Jown and
found the scene one of the wildest.
There vat a ba'tle orgy of bursting
shells and whistling fragments, the
smoke stench reeking the earth.
"One shell had bursted among
the gunners. A soldier was lying
disemboweled od another had his
skull crushed. A third soldier was
delirious, and there were splinters
in his head. One gun bad been
breken 1 ke a reed. ,
"It a dreadful sight, with
biro i ' very where." In concluding
the t fficer says:
"After the battle was over Lien
tenai t-Geceral S toes eel, command
er a' Port Arthur, pinmd the cross
of SSi. George on my breast. But
what doe it matter I am in the
(The" 'osegoing probably refers
to the firt bombardment of Port
A'thur, as tbe narrative' sat8 the
Kuki-ians had 12 ships in scii jn )
St. Helens, Ory March 23. Wil
liam Bardette, an emp-oye of -the
Nehalem Logging Company, was
killed while at wo k op the logging
railroad of the company, aVout four
miles from Columbia City He was
tending brake without calks in his
b'lote, end in soinn way slipped and
fell under the car. He bh'outed
"Stop her!" but it was irr possible
lo do so id time to fave bis life.
When t ken from the track he was
Superintendent Cbipman imme
diately 6ent a messenger from this
place to. notify the, coroner - of the
accident, but as tbe corooer was in
Portland, Justice Walkint started
tbi- evetiiog for the scene of the ac
cident, though it is net thought any
one is to blame for the fai affair.
Burdette was a young man in the
twenties, industrious and highly
patterned by bis workmates. He
is supposed to have relatives at Per
ry, Or., and the news of bis death
was telegraphed .to tbat p'aee. f
Dr. Wells, the Albany V S will be at
Fruits livery stables every Friday of
eac'i week. . Bring your horses and
have them examined free of charge.
In the County Court of the State of Oregon .
In the Hatter of the Estate oi
Wm. F. Bjer, Deceased.
To Ida M, Hale, Wm. ' P. Byer, Nellta M.
Porter, Rilla A. Abrams, and Grac? H. Byer,
heirs and devisees of Wm. F. Byer, deceassd,
Greeting: ,, .
In the name of the State of Oregftn, . you are
hereby cited and required to appear iu the
Couuty Court of the State of Oregon, for the
County of Benton, at the Court room thereof
at Corvallis, In the County of Benton, on Satur
day, the 9th day of April, 1904. at 9 o'clock-in
the forenoon of that day, then and there to
show cause if any exist, why an order ot sale
should not be made as prayed for iu the pett
tion of W, N. Alford, administra'OT of said es
tate of Wm. F. Byer, deceased, ot the following
described real property towlt:
Lots numbered 7, 8, and 9 in Block number
ed 4 in Hausman's Addition to the City ot
Noth Brownsville. Linn connty, Oregon; Lot
numbered 23 In Block numbered S in Hyde
Park, Washington County, Oregon; and Lot
numbered 8 in Block numbered 10 In Riverside
Addition 'to Albina, now within the -City of
Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon.
And you are further notified that this citation
la served upon yon and each of you. by publi
cation thereof In the Corvallts Times, "news,
paper tor four weeks, under an order made by
the Hon. Virgil E, Wattera. Judge of said Court
bearing date of March, 8, 1904.
Witness, the Hon. Virgil E. Watters, Judge
of the County Court of the State of Oregon, for
the County of Benton, with the seal of said
Court affixed this 8th da; of March a. d, 1904.
VICTOR P, MOSES.
. : Clerk. '
Lumber and Duilding Llaterial
v. . . .From now on we will keep in stock a -
Full Cine of Building Cumber
S -. We have arranged with the Curtis Lum
, ber Go. to handle their lumber at Corval
. v: -lis. Te are now prepared to offer Spe
cial Prices on a large stock of material.
Gentral Planing Mills & Box Factory.
F YOU ARE LOOKING FOR SOME REAL
I good bargains in stock, grain,' fruit and poultry
- - - -
Ranches, write for our special list, or come and
-see us. We shall take pleasure in giving you all
the reliable information you wish, also showing
s i you over the country. V
I AMBLEE & WATERS.
3 Real Estate, Loan, and Insurance.
I v Corvallis and Philomath, Or.
Fine new stock f GUNS, SPORTING GOODS
FISHING TACKLE, CUTLERY, Etc, ....
Stock of Bodes at Bid Bargain
E. E. WHITE
Real Estate Co.
Vou have corns from the land of ice and
nd you dont know just where yon want
You have not yet run short of cash
And you want to invest so as not to
Perhaps yonr'e a farmer want someone
Where the largest, atid best crops un
Anil tell and assure yon exactly where
Yon will surely be dealt ita just and
Where tbey will not try to cheat and
If you are earnestly trying to purchase a
Just call at the office of White & Stone.
On Main eflreet. Corvallis, they will be
Always ready and willing to show you
If you would be used very nice acd po
Yoa should make the acquaintance of
E. E. White.
We are certain to please with the farms
to be shown
By our gentlemanly solicitor H. M.
They will tell you where the best prunes
They have been in the business and
And where to grow fine graiD, but if
dairying you would try
They can tell you just where a fine
ranch to buy.
They do your business, deal iu city
And the renting of houses is in their
So when you come here, a stranger and
Justrcall at the office of White & Stone
Notice of Final Settlement,
: Notice is hereby given that the under-,
signed, adtninistiator ;of the estate of
Lin a Neugass, de ceased, with will an
nexed, has filed in the County Court of
tie State of Oregon for Benton County
his final account as the 'administrator of
said estate and that Saturday the 9th
day of April 1904, at the hour of ten
o'clock a." m. has been fixed by said court
as the time for hearing of objections to
said report and thesettlementthereof.
Administrator of the Estate of Lina
Neugass, deceased. . " .
Notice to Bidders. t
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.andto be opened by the
court Wednesday, April 6th T904 at ,2
o, clock p, m. of the said day. The Court
reserving the right to reject any and all
bids. - f
Dated thisMarch 7th, 1904.
Victor P. Moses,
Corvallis, Oregon. -
Deals in Foreign and Domestic -Exchange.
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Administrator's Sale of Real Properry
In the matter of the estate of Jane Elizabeth
Notice Is hereby eiven that under and our-
suant to an order of sale made oy the County
Court of the State of Oregon for Benton County,
on the 11th day of March, 1904, In the above en
titled matter, the undersigned, as administra
tor, witn tne win annexed 01 said estate of Jane
Elizabeth Fisher, deceased, wilt from and after
Monday, thei8th day of April, 1904.
proceed to sell, at private sale, to the highest
bidder, for csh in hand, subject to confirma
tion by said Court, all of the following aescrlb
t:d real property towit:
Beginning at a point 37 chains east of the
southeast corner of the northwest quarter of
southeast quarter of section 20, T. 11 6. R. 5 W.
and run thence north 60 chains; thence
east 2.50 chains; thence north 30 chains; thence
east to the West line of the donation land claim
of Philip Mulkcy, Not. No. 9"8 in t. 11 8. K. 5 W. ;
thence south to a point 9.50 chains south of the
uortheast corner of donation land clulm of J . C.
Roberts, Not. No. 940, same Tp; aod R.: thence
north 2t degrees 3tt minutes west 10.62 chains to
a point 4.75 chains west of eaid northeast corn
er of snid Roberts claim; thence west to the
place of begin liiug-. Also lotioia section t
una lots 1, 2. 3, 4, and o in section 21 T. 11 S.B.
5 V, except therefrom the following, beginning
at a pcint 501inks east of the southwest corner
of sid lot 5 and run thence north 4.0; chains;
theuee south 73 degrees east 10.23 chaitib: thence
south '24 degrees eat 1.48 chains to point on
snmh boundary line of said lot 5 (said point
being 4.40 chains west from southeast corner of
said Jot 5) thence west on suth boundary
fine of saMl.it distance of 10 5.3 chains to
the place of beginning, containing 2:.2 acres
more or less. Aiso a strip of land 30 feet wide
nmning along the full leugth of the west si e
of a piece of land containing 17.83 acres des
cribed us follows: beginning at the N. E. corn
er of claim No. 55 T. 11 S. K. a IV.. run thence
V. is 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, Btre o' Oregon.
It being the Intention to include in the above
desciiption alll nd described in - mortgage
given LyJaneE. Kisher and husband to the
state Land Board, Dealing date December 8.
Said sale rs made for the purpose ot paying
claims against said estate and charges aud ex
penses oi administration, remaining unpaid.
Dated this March 12, UH4.
E. E. WIIJBON,
Administrator with the will annexed of the
estate of Jane Elizabeth Fisher, deceased.
Notice of Final Settlement.
In the Matter of the Estate
John Mitchell, deceased.
Notice ts hereby given that'the undersigned
as executrix of the last will and testament of
John Mitchell, deceased, has hied her final ac
count as such executrix, with the clerk of the
couuty court of the state of Or"m, for Benton
county, and the said court has fixed Saturday
the 9th day of April, 1904, at the hour oi two
o'clock in the aiternoon at tbe time, and the
county couit room in the cc urt House 'iu Oor
vallis, Oregon as the place, for hearing any ana
all objections lo said hnal account and for
Dated this March 12, 1904, -
Kxecutrix of the last will a?.d testament of
John Mitchell, deceased.