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Vol. XVIII.-No. 1.
CORVALLIS, OREGON, MARCH 25. 1905.
B.F. IBTimB KjMtor,
- and Proprietor
In the circuit court of the state o Ore
gon, for Benton county.
George A. liouck, piamtiii, vs. ueorge
Schafer and Annie Schafer, Edward Donat
and Agnes Donat, defendants.
To Edward uonat ana Agnes uobm, u
fendants above named :
In the name of the state of Oregon, you
and each of you are hereby summoned and
required to appear and answer me com
plaint Of the plaintiff in the above entitled
suit, now on file with the clerk of the above
entitled court, on or before the last day of
the time prescnued in the order tor publi
cation of this summons, made by the county
judge of Benton county, state of Oregon
(being the county Vfhere the above entitled
suit is pending in the circuit court of said
county and state), which said order is here
inafter referred to, to-wit: on or before six
weeks from the day of first publication
hereof, and you are hereby notified that if
you fall so to appear and answer the said
complaint as herein required, for want
thereof the plaintiff will apply to the above
entitled court for the relief demanded in
said complaint, namely : for a decree of said
circuit -court declaring and decreeing that
there is due from tne defendants, George
Schafer, Annie Schafer, Edward Donat and
Agnes Donat, to plaintiff, upon said promis
sory notes and said mortgage in said com
plaint described, the sum of $4,760 in gold
coin of the United States, together with in
terest thereon at the rate of 6 per centum
per annum from September 16, 1903, until
the date of said decree ; and further decree
inir that. K450 is a reasonable sum to be al
lowed, and allowing the same to plaintiff, as
attorney's fee for instituting this suit; also
decreeing that, the plaintiff have a first lien
on the following described real property, to
wit : The east half of the southeast quarter
of section 5 ; the west half of the southwest
nuartpr the northeast Quarter of the south
west guarter, the northwest quarter of the
' southeast "quarter, the southwest quarter of
the northeast quarter, and the south half of
the northwest quarter of section 4, all of
ithe foregoing being in township 15 south,
range 5 west. Also beginning at the south
east corner of the northeast quarter of sec
tion s townshin 1 5 snutn. ranee 5 west, and
run thence west 15.25 chains, thence north
20 chains, thence east 15.25 chains, and
thence south 20 chains to the place of begin
ning, containing 80 1-2 'acres, more or less,
all of the foregoing being in Benton county,
state of Oregon, together with all and singu
lar the tenements, hereditaments and appur
tenances thereunto belonging or in anywise
appertaining, for the full amount of said
$4,760 and interest as above, with $450 at
torney's fees, and the costs, disbursements
and expenses of this suit, and the sale of
said real property; that the above described
real property be sold in the manner pro
vided by law for the foreclosure of .real es
tate mortgages, for gold coin of the United
States of America, by the sheriff of Benton
county, Oregon, and that the proceeds de
rived from such sale be applied, by the party
making such sale, as follows, to-wit: First,
to the payment of the costs and expenses of
said sale ; second, to the costs and disburse
ments of this suit; third, to the payment to
plaintiff of the sum of $450 as a reasonable
attorney's fee herein ; fourth, to the amount
found due -in said decree upon said notes
and said ' mortgage that is, the sum of
$4,760, together with interest thereon at the
rate of 6 per centum per annum from Sep
tember 16, 1903, until, the date of said de
cree ; and.'lastly, if any remainder there be,
to the defendants, on demand, as their inter
ests may appear ; that all of the defendants
be forever barred and foreclosed of all
Tight, title and interest of, in and to said
Teal property, and of all equity of redemp
tion therein, except only the statutory right
of redemntion. and f-r su h other, further
and different TUle, cider or relisf as to the
court may seem proper rxd equuble in the
. Thfs summons is uublished in the Oorvaj
weeks. o?z;nmng witn tas issue oi rooruary
11, 1905. ad ending with the issue of j
March 25, 190a. under and in pur'ismce or
the directions centp.inod in an order made
by the Hon. Virgil E. Wattcr.3, county judge
of Benton county, OrCKon, fiateu February
10, 1905. Hate of the first publication here
of ts February 11, 1905.
E. E. WILSON, -Attorney
We all Wear Shoes!
Never befoi e liave we received sucrl quantities
and qualities in foot wear as this ;-
. Tats,'Browns and Black .' :
: :7 ''- Lowj High and Medium cuts -
" '. Prices. High, -Medium and Low
----- v J
But in all grades the very lowest price
. for the quality of the shoe. Our efforts .
will bs great to irlcrease our shoe sales.
Shoes for all liadjes, Misses, Children,
Mens, Boys anf Little Gents; Don't
forget our Shoe Department.
.' In the circuit court ot the state of Ore
gon for the county of Benton.
Uewi-:e '. uamne's-'in r ri
Oregop, i. i. U'ibrtr D-.otiiry .itc,
and Carrier 3. M-jr3 state treasurer of
the r Tr?n, eort.-VnrT'; tna scate
land bi.-Hi-i : "...intu.', vs. II. M.-Do-.st Mary
Dow.:, I:..lv.-i-r. "V,". Black and .George A.
Ko'ic's. defendant. '
To 11. M. Donat, Mary Donat. Robert W.
Blak and George A. 1ouck, the above
named defendants :
In the name of the state of Oregen, you
and each of you are hereby required to ap
pear and answer the complaint of the above
named plaintiff in the above entitled eourt,
now on file -.with the clerk of said court,
within six weeks from the date of the first
publication of this summons, and you are
hereby notified that if . you fail to appear
and answer said complaint as hereby re
quired, the plaintiff will apply to the eourt
for the relief prayed for la said complaint,
to-wit : the foreclosure of a certain mort
gage made and executed by H. M. Donat,
Mary Donat and Robert W. Black to plain
tiff on the 2nd day of October, 1903, to se
cure the payment of a certain promissory
note of said H. M. Donat, Mary Donat and
Robert W. Black for $2,000, payable one
year after date, with Interest thereon at the
- rate of 6 per cent per annum from date, and
which said mortgage conveyed unto plaintiff
the following described real property situate
In Benton county, Oregon, to-wit :
'The southwest quarter and the we3t half
of the southeast quarter of section 5, town
ship 15 south, ranee 5 west : also beginning
at the southwest corner of section 5, town-
ship 15 south, raDge 5 west, and running
thence south to the county line between Ben
ton and Lane county, in the state of Oregon,
i thence east along the said county line to a
point south of the southeast corner of the
west half of the southeast quarter of said
section 5, thence north to said southeast cor
ner of the said west half of the southeast
quarter of said section 5, and running theneo
.. west along the south line of said section 5
to the place of beginning; also beginning at
, the southwest corner of the donation land
- claim of Robert Boyd, being claim No. 44,
in township 15 south, range 5 west, and
running thence north along the west line of
said Boyd claim to the center of the county
road as now traveled, thence north 82 de
grees 30 minutes west 4.10 chains along
said center of road, thence west along the
center of said road 10 chains, thence south
' 43 degrees 15 minutes west along the cen
ter of said road 16.30 chains to a point on
the west line of said section 5, township 15
. south, range 5 west, thence south to the
southwest corner of the northwest quarter
of said section 5, thence east to the place of
beginning, excepting from last described
-tract a certain tract of land containing about
10 acres deeded by George A. Houck and
wife to Charles Clem by deed dated April 8,
1898, and recorded in Book "W" at page
491 thereof, records of deeds for Benton
county, Oregon; and a further decree barring
and foreclosing you, the said defendants, of
' and from all right, title and interest in and
to said real property and every part thereof.
This summons is published by order of
the Hon. Virgil E. Watters, judge of the
county court of the state of Oregon, made at
chambers February 10, 1905. The date of
the first publication of this summons is Feb
ruary 11, 1905, and the date of the last pub
lication thereof is March 25, 1905.
J. F. YATES,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Fine Light Santrfe Rooms. - s;
J. C. Hammel, Prop.
Leading Hofel in Oorvallis. Recently opened. New
a briok building. Newly furnished, with modem con
If veniences. Furnace Heat, Electric Lights, "Fire Ee
ls capes. Hot and cold water on everyfloor. Fine single
j room?. Elegant suites. Leading house in the Willam-1
gette Valley. - 1
& Rates:' $1 .00, $1.25 and $2.00 per day.
W. E. YATES,
Millinery, . . .
Shoes, Etc. , .
GREAT SlIOE Sale. The Largest Assort
ment of Shoes ever offered on special sale in Philo
math, comprising the entire stock of Men's, Women's
and Children's Shoes, will be on sale during the month
of February, at -
J. B. Henkle's Gash Store.
Each will be. offered at reduced prices, ; This reduc
tion is made for cash only. ; There are special vprices
on Rubber Goods men's, women's, -boys', children's
rubber boots, rubber and oil coats. We also call your
attention to our large assortment of Millinery Goods
which are offered on special sale.
J. E. HENKLE, Philomath, Or:
MANY WERE THERE.
And tne Occasion. Interesting to all
' :, School People at PtilomatL ' J '
I,ast 'Saturday was indeed a 'red
etter day'' -from 'an educational
standpoint . ; in , Philomaths The
parents meeting held at thii time
brought together a large gathering:
of parents and teachers. . The two
upper rooms in the public , school
building was not large enough - to
seat all: attending. The teachers
and reception committee had work-
ed up . much , interest in Philomath .
All were delighted with the exhibit
work sent by Benton schools to
the StiXouis Exposition, and re
cently returned to the county. The
work was a" revelation to many par
ents, arid many were v surprised to.
.elwhaij was done by our boys and
sThe following program was ren?
dered: - ' . ' i
Singing. - -"The
Bible, its,place in the pub
lic school," Rev. Ai, R. Iaudy.
, ' 'The educational exhibit at Ivew-
is and Clatk; Our dutyr. as teachers
why; hotf," Miss Anna Wright.
JSarl Brown. V "-" - - - -
Song, quartette Philomath - Col
lege. -. '1 - ,t, --,
"Taxation " without ? representa-
tion. is tyranny, Airs." Mamie ; i,.
Fulkerson. , "
"How to Succeed,',' T.-T. vVin-
cent.' ."V ' ''- - .
Song, quartette; 'College of Phi-
omatht , , ' , v '
.Howshall we train ; our bovs
for " citizenship," v S.ey. :F. "W,
"Professional -..courtesy," , Prof.
O. V. White , "
Sons quartette,. ; Philomath Col
lege., . -
"What does the:-future hold in
store for our boys and girls? Pres.
15 Bv Baldwin. . '
-.'Professional reading," Prof. A.
N. Fulkerson. - . . - -
SongL" quartet, College of Phi-
Iomatbi ; -The-addresses and mners
were pronounced the best given for
a long time at .these educational
gatheriiagSsXChe terary program
was a treat to all. The recitations
of Miss Ethel Weed- Miss Maud
Anggel and Mrs. Clara Baldwin
were well rendered. The music
by the Indies' quartet and , the
duet by Miss Nellie Wyatt and
Pres. Baldwin were much enjoyed,
In addition to these numbers, pu
pils from Philomath and radjacent
schools appearedon the program
, A feature of the' occasion was :
sumptuous dinner served by Philo
math housewives. .
The next parent's meeting is to
be held on the third " Satnrday in
April with the Bellfountain Grange
in tneir nan. Arrangements are
being already made in order to in
sure a good time.
Bluff at .Continuing; War-r-France
Refuses to Lend Russia M6re
vv Money Preparations Only .
" " a Prelude toNegotiationa
' ' i j Knropatkin ac-
-,,"' cepts & Lower
. Bank. ' v
r Y .
;t. Petersburg, March 27. Gen
eral Knropatkin has been appoint
ed commander of the First Manehu
Tian arcdyTbe appointment is Ga-
y . . i.1 a i i lr i.
zeuea in iub uiuuiai xueat-eDger 10-
Chicago, 111..' March 21. A spe
cial cablegram, to the "Daily News
Denance seed wheat, deliverable in
Corvallia. Price one dollar' per bushel
Sacked. i Richard Kiger.
Dry Fir Wood
Atf.so per cord. Orders solicited
for grub oak for Bummer delivery. .
' ; - . Frank Francisco,
Barred Plymouth rocks 75c
Brown Leghorn eggs at 50 c
dozen. J. B. Irvine. :
The prettiest and best wall
get for that new house ia
concrete blocks. .
: you can
P. A. KLINE
Office at Huston's Hardware Store.
' O. Address. Box it.
Pays highest prices for all kinds of
Live Stock. Satisfaction guaranteed,
Twenty years experience.
MUST HAVE PEACE
FRANCE HAS FORCED" BU-
' j CtJSSTERM.i . . .
from T8arBkoe-Selo,: says
-France stefusai to lend Russia
more money without the endorse
ment of a national assembly has in
duced : the bureaucracy to prefer
peace to resigning its prerogatives.
The spreading of agrarian troubles
has converted both landowners and
nobility into active anti-war parti
sans. . The czar presided over a
meeting held yesterday to discuss
peace terms. One of the most prom
inent members of the committee
said to the Daily News correspond
ent as he left the conference:
"The mobilizing of lurther troops,
the equipment and dispatch of the
navy to the' Far East and the im
provement of the Trans-Siberian
railway before making any attempt
to negotiate peace terms indicate
that - there will be a limit to the
concessions that will be made, and
that beyond l that limit the war
must go on. . Russia is succumbing
to era unholy alliance of cosmopoli
tan high finance, 'international so
cialism and Jewish perfidy."
"While the country at large com
mends Kuropatkin's conduct in de
siring to" remain" at the 15 frofft"vand
to serve under General Limevitch,
General Dragomiroffs friend.
Prince Unatotf said this morning:
"l Know KuropatKln. tie is
subtle. I do not trust his aesump
tion of humility. I hope Admiral
Alexieff's friend, General Linievitch
will not consent to his presence
with the armv."
Prof.IPernot Receives a Shark's Egg;
from California. . -
' A rare curiosity came into the
possession of Prof. E... F. Pernot
last Wednesday. It is a shark's
egg,, discovered on the beach by
Mrs. Pernot. who is sojourning ia
Southern California, and sent by
her to her husband. - The egg is
about five and- a half inches long
by two inches in diameter. ' Its form '
is difficult to describe, but it may
be likened to an inch tube inflated,
at the center, gradually becoming
smaller to within an inch from the
endsj where the normal shape is re
gained. - There is a covering of
'.transparent shell beautifully tinted,
and corrugated about the bulb.
The ends of the egg are closed by a
like substance but these coverings
seem to be fitted with an ingenious
fold, and cemented. Within the
shell there appears to be a yolk en
veloped in albumen as in eggs of
the feathered tribe, and within the
yolk may be observed an embryo
fish an inch' in length. Close ex
amination discloses what seems to
be a movement of the unborn shark,
and an effort is to be made to hatch
the egg, although a successfal re
sult is believed to be improbable.
Mrs. Pernot made the find after
the recent severe storms on the
Southern California coast, and the
egg had doubtless been torn
from its fastening by the unusual
agitation of the sea. The ends of
the egg bear threads of strong fiber
and by means of these the egg is
naturally attached to growing sea
oats and Defiance seed
, Defiance seed wheat in any quantity.
Apply east across the rtreet from steam
... John Beach.
Cigar clippings of our own
ure, Eose & Son.
"Short" onPeruna but "Long"
on prunes. Italian prunes, 50-pound
boxes, $1.50. F. L. Miller.
A Word to the Wise
. .. r
- Oak wood is getting higher m . puce
and farther from town every jear. Or
der now for summer' delivery. - 200 cords
now partly sawed stove lengths, 12 cords
2200 pounds vetch seed.
?ooo pounds clover, red . and white,
Alsike, timothy, orchard and rye
grass, speltz, rape, all freBh seeds. A
Also a line of garden seeds. Order now
before the spring ; rush. . .
Tread power, silo, elevator and cutter,
. Poland China hogs.: ;
Yours for Business.
' Telephone 155. L. I. Brooks. 1
7 Real Estate Bargains.
No, 552 160 acres, 130 in cult; good
house and barn; fine fruit and water; 120
acres now in crop; 4 horses, 10 cows,- 2
hogs, 1 wagon, 2 buggies, 4 sets or har
ness, chickens, farm tools, and house
hold furniture, miles from Corvallis; ...
price 40 per acrel
No. 553 House and 4 lots just north.
of Mechanical Hall, house ha n rooms,
woo6rshed,T)arn etc; ;ood fruit all kinds.. '
No. 554 170 acre stock ranch, i& ..
miles from Ji. R. town, 90 acres cleared
and sown to grass, 60 acres nice saw tim
ber, fair house, barn etc ; good orchard ;
one mile to school, 2 creeks on place:
No. 556 Lot and frac . "with 5 room
house, wood shed and well in Corvallis.
No. 556 --2 lots, 7 room house, wood-v
shed and store room, choice fruit, lo-
cated in Corvallis, price $1600.
No. 557 162 acres, 50 in cult, bal pas
ture & timber, nearly ' all under fence,
new 7 room house, good barn, machine
shed, stock shed, good orchard, running
water on place, 1 J4 miles to school, four -miles
from store and postoffice, price,
No. 558-100 acres, 30 in cult, bal past
ure and timber, good 5 room house,
onnnrr vrQtmnlnMl frn tinman. ctnnA nt-f'Ti a rA
and small fruits, running water on place,
splendid outrange, telephone Nto house,
1 miles to school, 4 miles to store, and
P 0; price 1250.
Ambler & Watters,
Corvallis and Philomath, Or.
Notice to Creditors
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has been appointed by the County
Court of Benton County, Oregon, in pro
bate, as executrix of the last Will and
testament of Louisa J. Stewart, deceased.
All persons having claims against the es
tate of said deceased are hereby required
and Boiified to present them, with the
proper voncbe rs, within six months from
the date of this notice to the undersigned
executrix at my residence in. Corvallis,
Benton County, Oregon. .
Dated March 18, I905. ..,
. Henrietta Kandall,
-Eastern Oregon Farm Property :
For sale. We have over 30,000 acres
in improved wheat farms for sale in bil-
Ham. Sherman and Morrow counties,
Oregon. Price of these lands, 15 to $20
per acre. ; Small cash payment arid easy
terms on balance. - We also,, have : first
class implement business for sale in a
live Eastern Oregon town on R. R. ;
Address. . v Moore Bros,
621 Wash st, Portland, Or.
ml-t Phone Red 951.
E. E. WILSON,
ATTORNEY A 1 LAW.
Wheat valley 87 ' -Flour
4.10 to $4 25 per bll.
Potatoes $ ,65 to 80 per cent
Eggs Oregon, 18 per doz. .
Butter 15 c to per lb.
Creamery 27 to 32per lb. .
Wheat 78 per bushel.
Flour i-.io to i.i5per sack
Butter 50 per joll .
Creamery 75. per roll ; - ;
Eggs 15 perdoz - ,
Chickens 15 per pound ;
Lard 15 per lb
Thoroughbred Plymouth Rock and
Brown Leghorn hatching eggs for sale
at $1 per setting if obtained at my resi
dence north of Mechanical Hall. These
fowls were bred to lay eggs and not - for
the show room, You are invited to in-.
spect the breeding pens. -
Otto F. L. Herse,
- mix im Corvallis, Or.
Elocks for piers at Whitney's,
College View Poultry Farm.'
Barred Plymouth RockB. Brown Leg -horns.
Eggs, $1 per 15 at yards.
My Barred Rock hens are of the best
laying strain on Coast. I have added
cockerels from Parks world's best egg
strain. - Brown Leghorns as good as the
best. ; '
.'1 - ' S. H. Moore.
Ind phone 555-