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NEWS OF CORVALLIS AND
v VICINITY TOLD IN BRIEF.
The Comiu&s aaa Goings of People
Social Gossip, Personal Men
1 tion and Other Items of
' , Public Interest. y
The Coffee Club is , to give a
danciug pajriy at Fireman Hall,
Monday evening. .
Rolla McLagan of Shedds,
Wets iLe yuL iliib vyctk of his sis
ter, Mrs. Jesse Spencer.
' V. C. Swann of Albany." was
the guest this week of his brother
1 ' Preaching services'by Rev. M.
J. Ballantyne of Dallas," at Beulah
tonight at 7:30 f and Sunday n a.
m. and at Pine Grove at 7:30 p. m.
Norton Adams has disposed
of his' residence property in Job's
addition to A. N. ilarlan. Pos
session is to be civen the first of
. Presbyterian church, M. S.
Busa, HILlc bcliOol 10 a. m., preach
ing 11 a. m., by Rev. Dr. Harsha,
"Seeing the Invisible." C. E.
meeting at 6 p. m. "
i A telephone message Tuesday
summoned James McKenzie to the
bedside of bis father at Newberg.
ThelderMr. McKenzie is , suffer
ing from an attack of heart trouble
' caused by lagrippe. - ' J
; Invitations .'to a grand ? ball at
Pullman, Wash", have just been
received by officers of OAC regi
ment The cour tesy is
highly appreciated by tne . OAC
S. L; Kline left Tuesday for
San Francisco, on business. He
was accompanied by Mrs. Kline
Mr. Kline will open his business
office in San Francisco, to attend
promptly to any special orders that
may reach him.
' The OAC boys basket ball
team and subs consisting of Moores,
Stc:v,-er, C-tc, Stokes. Ben
son and Bilveu. went to JDallas yes
terday, where last night they were
to meet the. Dalias team m a
match game. 1
The union evangelistic serv
ices Sunday will be held in the
Opera House, Rev. Dr. - . Harsha
will speak at 3 p. m. on "God's
Call to the Unsatisfied", and at
7:30 p. ro. on "Foe and Friend." j
There will be a large chorus choir
aad special tiuisic for both, serv
ices. You.are invited.
J. F. Scott, a graduate of OAC
in the class of 1902, has just been
appointed to a clerkship in the
tiostoffice at Aberdeen. Wash., in a
competitive -examination. His
'. grade was 82 1-2, eight per cent
higher than the next competitor.
The fact once more illustrates the
value of a diploma obtained from
OAC. 1;. ..';-, . , .... ..
. --Tonight in the Armory, the
OAC girls are to play a "game of
basket ball with the Chemawa
lasses. : Game is called at 7:30, and
the admission is 25 I cents.
The lineup of the OAC's
girls will be, center, Una Stewart;
lorwards, Mertie Harrington and
. Edna Smith; guards. ? Frances Oil
Ietly and Agiies Svveek; subs, El-
ma Edwards and IUella VanCleve.
1 Strange as it may seem, to
people in Oregon, the "Lewis and
Clark fair is but little, talked about
in some of the middle states, and
people there are wondering if what
they have heard rumored of it is
reallv true, or . only rumor. ' A
prominent lady of Lincoln,' Nebras
ka, writing recently to Corvallis
relatives, asked' 'Is there to be a
big fair in Portland this year? We
see occasional mention of such an
event in our papers, but only brief
notices, liot.giviug particulars."
This item Is written only as a sug
gestion. , .
1 It is expected that next Tuesday
JL'eDruary 14, wm De a aay 01 pray
er. : This is the last day of - ReVi
Dr. Marsha's work in Corvallis,
and as in 'other places where he
has labored so also here it is hoped
to close the work in this most fit
ting manner. All the business
houses will.be asked to close from
11 a. m.to 1 "p. m., that, a.great
mass meeting may be held in the
tpera jrionse. Rev. Dr. Harsha
will deliver a special address onj
, "A Challenge to the Agnostic."
There will be special music. -Time
will be given or dinner so that all
may be at work by 1 p. m. Make
your arrangements to come at 11
a. m.; Heed this call to prayer.
Dr. Harsha's closing service of
Tuesday night will also be held in
the Opera Hcuse. ' - x 1
There will be the usual morn
iog service at the Congregational
church tomorrow, but on account
or the Evangelistic services there
will be none in the evening, end no
service at Plymouth in. the after
noon. Christian Endeavor and Sun
day school at the usual hour.
The annual Bbooting; tourna
ment of the Corvallis Rod and Gun
Club occurs February 22d. Cash
and other prizes offered for the oc
casion aggregate over $100. In " a
similar Bhoot last year there was an
attendance from all over Oregon
with more than sixty sportsmen
participating. The programme
proper consists of six events, and
in addition to these there will be a
variety of sweepstake shooting.
The events comprise, 10 targets, un
known angles; 15 targets, unknown
angles; 20 targets, reversed pull;
10 target?, unknown arjglee, six 25
targets, unknown acgles. Of the
foregoing event3 the "first three
transpire in the forenoon, and the
others after dinner. -A prize will
be given for the highest and loweet
average. - . .
Warpaw, Feb. 7. As the result
of efforts to open the bakeries, and
other establishments today, several
were killed and ; many arrested.
Peasants are afraid to bring in pro
ducts and the prices of provisions
has gone up.
A report from Radom states that
twenty workmen were killed and
wounded in . conflicts with the
troops today. . V . !
- Ai Skarzyayko twenty-four were
killed and forty wounded. Troops
have been Fent to Kutno, where se
rious disorders are reported- : ,
At Lodz the strikers, entered a
mill: today and destroyed the ma
chinery." ' The situation is'' growing
woree. A critical time is expected
on February 9, when the strikers
will be paid and - the mills - shut
down indefinitely.. , ; ,r "
Ore. City Trans. Co s i
Steamer Pomona leaves Corvallis for
Portland and all way points on Monday,
Wednesday and Friday. For farther
information call on
G. Is. Buckingham, agt, :
Both phones. ' r t
Notice Is hereby given that the
Couiitv Court will at - the MsnVh
tttrn 19 5 thereof receive staled
bids to furnish wood for the Court
Hojfe as follows, towit:
25 cords of cak grub wood four
feet long and cot less than 3 inches
in diameter. -
25 cords of old growth body red
fir ojd, four fett loi g; arid
25 dnrls of split miple wood, 4
If t ioni. ; .
Said wood to be delivered t the
Court bouee, in Corvilis, Oregon,
between June 1 and Aug 1, 05 and
ti paid for in count) orcUra when
said wood is accepted by tae Court.
All bids rauet be ; filed with tae
County clerk on or : before ode
o'clock p. m, Wednesday March 1,
lq?5. 'The court reserves the
right to reject any or all bide.
Atte-t: Victor P. Moee,
County Clerk, Beaton Co. Or.
Feb 2, 19o5;
To the Public.
The undersigned have i purchas
ed the interest ot Iflvi Henkle i n
the City Dray' 5 Company. The
terms of the transaction include
the good will of the business, Mr,
Henkle having retired, from the
firtn., ' Thanking the public for
past patronage and soliciting a con
tinuance of the business of all the
old patrons and of such new ones
as may see fit to favor us. We are
. :. ..' . ;. Very respectfully,
Rnhinnon ftr Fuller.
' Headquarters of the firm are , at
Wellsher & Gray's j etore.; Ind
phone 126. . , -; ; v - f3-.im
Couvaij.18, Orsgok. j
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In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for
Benton County. , ...
Geo. T. Vernon, Plaintiff,
. vs. '
N. P. Slate, G. O. Vernon, J. H. Vernon, Thomas
Slate,.John Slat?, WlUlum Slate. dward Slate,
Belie elate and Herbert Slate, Defendants.
To each and all of the above named defendants.
: lu the name of the State of Oregon, sou and
e- eh of you arehereby required and to appear
and answer the complalut filed again at you to
the above cause on or before the 27th day
of Marrn, 1905, and if you fa 11 so to answer for
wan thereof tl.e plaintiff will apply to the said
court for the relief demauueJ iu his complaint
to'clt, an order and decree of the said Conn,
making partitiou of lot one and two in Sectio n
2, Township 14. S..K. 8 West, Will. Mer.- in Ben
ton Couuty. State of Oregon, containing, la 61
100 acres more or less, according tome several
interests of the Plaintiff and said Defendants
therein, or in the event tuat a partition thcre-
ofcan not be made without prejudice to the
rights of plaintiff and defend an la therein that
tne sale inereot De maue Dy one or more rei
erees, as may be decreed by the Court, and the
r oceed s derived therefrom alter providing the
costs of this proceeding among the - parties of
this cause be paid to tne plaintiff ana deiend
ants according to their several interests therein
as f nau be rouna Dy sam uourt.
This summons is served upon you by pub
Ilea ilon pursuant to an order of the Hon. Vir
gil E. Watters, Coumy Judge of Benton County,
State oi Oreiron. made on ine 10th day of Feb
ruary, 1905. The date of the first publicatio
hrenf is Fehruarv 11th. 1905L and the date on
last publication wiU be on March 231h, 1305. f
W- S. McFADDES,"
Attorney for Plaintiff. ' -
Notice for Publication.
Timber Land, Act June 1878,
. united states Land umce,
- Oretou City, Oregon,
Nov 9. 190. '
Notice is hereby ertven that in compliance
with the nrovlslous of the act of Congress of
June 3, 1878, entitled "An act for the sale of
timoer tanas in me fciares oi uauiornia Oregon
Nevada and Washington Territory" us extended
toall vhe Public Land State" by act of August 4,
1892,' Charles O Hull of Oorvillis, county of
Benton, state of Oregon, has this day filed lu
this office bis sworn statement No. 6519, for the
Surchaseoftnes- H of 8. w. a oi section
o. 82 in Township No. 11 South, Range No. 6
West W. M.. and will offer proof to show that
the land sought Is more valuable for its timoer
or stone than for agricultural Duronsea. and to
establish his claim to said land before Victor
P.Moses, County Olerk, Corvallu, Benton Couu
ty, Oregon, on Saturday, tne lata day ot a eu.
1905. . - ' - . '.
He names as witnesses:
L wrence Stovail of Philomath, Oregon.
George Stovall . ' " . "
Caleb A Davis " " '
Zebadiah H Davis oj Corvallis, "
Any and all persons claimlne adversely the
above-described lands are requested to file
their claims In this office on or before said 18th
day of FeDruary, 1905. : "
Algernon u. juresser,
' ' 1 :' ': . Beglster..
In the Circuit Court of the 'State
Oregon for the County of Benton. s
Geo. E. Chamberlain as ," ; ..
Governor of Oregon; F. I -
JJ unbar, as secretary I
of State and Chaa. S. I
Moore as State Treasur
er of Oregon , constitut
ing the State Land Board,
Rowland Fisher,. Ethel .
E. Schbu; Cora E. Ford4
Hairy Ford, Ida R.
Morris, l)avrd Morns,
Margaret Fisher, L. E.
Smiifi,.and.E E. Wil-
son. admlnibtrator witia .
the Will annexed ot jane
JUizabeth Eisner, de
To Rowland Fisher. Ethel E. Schou.
Cora E. Ford, Harry Ford, Ida R. Mor
ris, David Morris, Margaret Fisher, L,.
E. Smith and E. B. Wilson, administra
tor with th9 Will annexed oi'Jane Eliza
beth i-isher, deceased.
In the name of the State of Oregon,
you ere hereby required to apoear and
answer the complaint of the above nam
ed plaintiff in the above named Court,
now on h!e witn tne Ulerlc oi said Uourt,
witbin six weeks ftoni the date of the.
firsi publication of this summons, towit:
Feb . II, 1905, and you are hereby noti
fied tiat if you fail to appear and answer
sai'i v"omplaiiit as hereby required, ( the i
pin. u in will apply to tne Uourt for- the ;
relit prayed for in.said complaint, " to-'
wit; the foreclosure ot a certain mort-;
gaji made and executed by Jane Eliza
bet i: Fisher and Rowland Fisher on the
8th . ty of December. 1900, to secure the.
payment of a certain promissory note of
Jan. Elizabeth Fisher and Rowland Fish
er ) able one year alter date with inter
est t nereon at the rate of eix , per cent
per Hunum from date' until paid, and
whim said mortgage conveyed unto .the'
plaintiff the following desciibed 1 real:
property situated in Benton County, Ore
gon, and described as fellows towit; -
(JOBimencing fxt a point 46.60 cbs. E.
of the S. E. cor. of the N. B. i of the
S. E. of Sec. 20. T. 11 S. E. 5 W. run
ning thence N 90 cbs. thence K. to the
W line of the D. L. C. of Philip Mulkey,
Notification No. 958; Certificate ' No.
2923, T 11, S K 5 W, thence S to the N
E corner of J. Chatham Roberts DLC
Not No 04b In SE 5 W, thence W
4.75 chs thence S 35 degrees, E 8;03 chs
thence N 6.5a chs thence W to the place
of beginning, - Also '
. Lets Nos. 1-2-3-4 and 5 in Sec 21 and
Lot No 10 in Sec 22 all in T 11 S R 5 W
con. 157.23 acres. ' Also a etrip of land
30 feet wide running along - the full
length of the W side of a piece of land
con. 17.83 a. des. as fol. ' Beginning at
the N E corner of Claim No 55 jb T ii
SR 5 W W M. thence W 18 chs thence
S 9.91 chs ' .-. thence :. l'j ; ; 18
chains thence N. ; 9.91 cha ' to ' ' the
place of beginning, all of which pieces
of land together , containing 279.87 a.
Also beginning at a point 37.50 chs E
of the S E corner of tbe N W X of , the
S E of Sec 20 T 11 S R s'W thence E
9.10 chs; thence N 90 chs; thence W 6.60
cbs; thence S 30 chs; thence W 2.50 cbs ;
thence S. .60 chs to the place of. begin
nidg, containing 74.40 acres more or less.
; Excepting from the above described
premises towit: Beginning at a point 50
links E of the S W corner of Lot 5 in
Section 121, T 11 S R 5 W thence N 4.og
chB thence S 75 degrees E 10,23 chs;
thence S 24 degrees E 1,48 chs; thence
W 10.55 chs to the place of beginning,
containing 2.82 acres more or lesf.'
J'' Ahd a further "decree ' ' " barring ' and
foreclosing you, all of said defendants,
from all tight, ! title or interest in ot to
said real property jtnd from every part
thereof. . - . ' ,
This summons is published by order
of the Hon. Virgil E. Watters, Judge: of
the County Court of the state ot Oregon
for Benton County, made at Chambers
at Corvallis, Oregon i', February 10, 1905.
The date of the first publication ; of this
summons is February 11,1905, and the
date of the last publication thereof is
March 25th, 1905. -
J. F. YATES,
.-. v Attorney for Plaintiff. -
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:,. Art Calendars, Sofa Pillow Covers, :
And other Photographic Novelties.
- Hunters Supplies, Fishing Tackle hLX
Sporting Goods j Sewing Mach; Extras,
Keys of all Kinds, and Fine Cutlery ; 1
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One thousand people, to visit our store during the next
30 days and look over our immense stock of. house fur
nishings. Roll upon' roll of Wall Paper. Three tons in
stock and on the waj'. Prices lowest ever known in
Our spring line of Co-Carts will be ready for inspection
about Feb 15th, They are up to date. Better look them
over- . ' - .
Just a word about Ranges. No range ever sold in Corv
llis has given better satisfaction than- the Toledo. Our
many customers who are using this range will testify to
its merits as to Quick baking,' economy of fuel and reliabi
lity. 1 Ask for pur terms, we can suit you as to terms and
payments. " V. " ;
- ' 1 SUMMONS.' - ''
In the circuit court ef . tbe state ot Ore
gon for the county of Benton.
George -E. Chamberlain as governor of
Oregon, F. L Dunbar as secretary of state,
and Charles S. Moore as state treasurer of
Oregon, constituting the state land board,
plaintiff,! vs. George Schafer, Anna Scbafer,
Edward Don at, Agnes Donat and George A.
Houck, defendants. - ' '
To George Schafer, Anna Schafer, Edward
Donat, Agnes Denat and George A. Houck,
the above named defendants :
. In the name of the state of Oregon, you
and each of you are hereby required to ap
pear and answer the complaint of the above
named plaintiff in. the above entitled court,
now on file witn the clerk of said court,
within six weeks from the 11th day of Feb
ruary, 1905, the date of the first publica
tion of this summons, and you are hereby
notified that if you fail to appear and an
swer said complaint as nereln required, the
plaintiff will apply to the court for the re
lief prayed for in said complaint, to-wit: the
foreclosure of a certain mortgage made and
executed by George Schafer, Anna Schafer,
Edward Donat and Agnes Donat to plaintiff
on the 12th day of October, 1903, to secure '
the payment of a certain promissory note
of said defendants for $2,000, with interest
thereon at the rate of 6 per cent per annum
from date, and which said mortgage con
veyed unto plaintiff the following described
real property, situated In Benton county,
Oregon, to-wit : - -- i
The east half o the southeast quaftterCf -section
5 ; the west half of the southwest -quarter,
the northeast quarter of the south
west quarter, the northwest quarter of the
southeast quarter, the southwest quarter of
the northeast quarter, the south half of the
northwest quarter of section 4, all in town
. ship 15 south, range 5 west ; also beginning
at the southeast corner of the northeast
quarter of section 5, township 15 south,
range . 5 west, and run thence west 15.25
chains, thence north 20 chains, thence east
15.25 chains, thence south 20 chains to the
place of beginning ; and a further decree
barring and foreclosing you, the said de
fendants, from -all right, title or interest in
or to said real property .and every part
This summons fs published by order of
the Hon. "Virgil E. Watters, made at cham
bers in Corvallis, Oregon, February 10,
1905. The date of the -first publication of
this summons is February 11, 1905, and tbe
last publication thereof March 25. 1905.
J. t . YATJSS,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Orezon
for the County at 3enton.
L. E. Smith, Plaintiff,
Eowland Fisher. Defendant.
To Eowland Fisner, the above named defend-
ant. In the name of the state of Oregon, you
are iiereuy summoned ana required to appear
and answer the complaint of the plaintiff In the
above entitled action now on file with the Olerk
of;the said court on or before Saturday the 2.7th.
day of March, 1903, said day being the last day
ot the time prescribed in the order of publica
tion ox mis oummouH ui&ue -oy me uoumy
Judge of Benton County, Oregon which said or
der is hereinafter referred to towit, on or be
fore eix weeks from the date of the first publica
tion hereof, and you are hereby notified that If
you fail so to appear and answer ae herein re- .
quired, tne piamcin wm late juagment against
you for the turn of $55 0.00 with interest there
on at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from
the 10th day of November, 1901, until paid, and
lor $50.00 Attorney fee, and lor tbe iurthur sum
ol $.00.00 with interest theieo.i at the rate of ft
pel cent per annum from the first day of Feb
ruary, 1904, until paid, and for $10.00 . attorney
fee. besides his costs and disbursements herein
and for tbe sale of your curtesy Interest in the
real property of Jane. Fisher, deceased, situated
in Benton county, Oregon, to satisfy such Jud
ment, the same having been attached in this
action under a Writ of Attachment duly issued
herein to the Sheriff of said Connty.
This Sumipons is published in the Corvallis
Times once a week lor six successive and con
secutive weeks, beginning with the issue of Feb
ruary 11th. 1905, and ending with the issue ct
March 25, 1905. in pursuance oan order made
by the Ron. Virgil E. Walters, Connty Judge
of Benton county, Oregon, at Chambers.' Dated
the 10th day oi February, 1905. Date . of first
publication is February II, 1905 .
.... E. It. BBYSON,
. Attorney for Plaintiff.
Notice of Final Settlement
In the Matter of the Estate
James 'Watkins, deceased. .
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned '
as administratrix ot the estate of James Wat
kins, deceased, has filed her final account as
such administratrix with tbe clerk of the coun
ty court of the state ot Oregon for Benton coun
ts and the paid court has fixed Saturday the
11th dav of March, 19o5, at the bonr of 2 o'clock
in the afternoon as the time, and the county
court room In the county court house. in
Corvallis, Oregon, as tbe place, ' (or
hearing any 1.1ns ail oblectionsto sala account,
and the settlement thereof. Dated this Febrn-
My U' 1905 ' ' ; ' llarindaE. Watkin..'
Administratrix of the estate of James Watkins
deceased. 1 . . . .-
. -Notice to Creditors.:- .
In the Matter of the Estate )
Mary Elizabeth Mangas, deceased )
Notice Is hereby given to all persons concern-
ed that the undersigned lias been duly appoint. .
ed administratrix of the estate of ' Mary Eliza
beth Mangas deceased, by the connty Court of
the state of Oregon, ior , Benton connty. 1 All
persons havlne claims against said - estate are
hereby requlredto present the same with -the
proper vouchers, duly veilfled as by law requir-
ed, within six months from the daw hereof, toy
the undersigned at her residence or at the law
office of E. E. Wilson, in Corvallis, Oregon. . 1 .
- -. - - t Mary Bier.
- Dated this February 11.1905. - U.-.kI.h
Administratrix of the estate 61 JSloeta
Mangas, deceased v - : - : '