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HEWS.. OF CORVALLIS AND
VICINITY TOLD IN BRIEF. :
The Comings and Goings of People
Social Gossip, Personals Men
tion and Other Items
The senior excursion run:
Newport and return Monday.
Mrs. Anna Lernley arrived
Thursday from Portland to visit
Corvallis friends until after Memor
ial day. .
The party that borrowed J. B.
Irvine's garden plow last fall will
please return the same at his earli
County Clerk Wade and
Assessor Lutz both, of Lincoln
county, were Corvallis' . visitors
Business is . lively over at the
clerk's office since it became neces
sary to obtain a hunter's license
before going after game. Twenty
licenses have so far been issued to
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Anthony
and Mr. and Mrs. Hathaway left by
team Thursday for Eastern Wash
ington. They will go up the Co
lumbia by boat, teaming the re
mainder of the journey. , L
A Services at M. E. church,
South, Sunday morning appropri
ate to Memorial Day. Subject at
night, "While ye have the light."
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
J. H. Wilson left Wednesday
jfor Nevada where he is to enter the
government service as an attorney
in the irrigation department. He
is to be temporarily employed on
- She Carson-Truckee project.
, The Baptist Church will be
closed! on Sunday, but reopened on
Lord s Day, June 4th, beautifully
senovated. All tne usual services
will be held and all wekome.
"The Revealing drnst' will be
, ifce subject for the morning eermon
, at the Presbyterian church. Eveu
ing service at 8 p. in., subject,
'Our Dead ' Heroes." Memorial
service. - '.' ' '; ... ..,
lorning 1 sermon at tlieK Con
gregational church, "The Two
Sons, or The Saving Power of a
Noble Impulse." Evening sermon,
?The Man of the North; The Man
of the South,'' a memorial serviced
Service at Plymouth at 3:00 oclock.
Miss Gail Laughlin who is
touring the country lecturing un
der the auspices of the state equal
. suffrage association will deliver a
lecinro entitled "The Progress of
Government" at the Court House
in this. cLy Wednesday evening
May 31st at -8:00 o'clock. Miss
Laughlin is a graduate of Welles
ley College and also from the law
department of Cornell University
and comes highly recommended as
. a speaker of great ability having a
national reputation as an orator and
. tbraker. :
The Southern. Pacific is figur
ing on the question of running the
Albany local to Eugene. If the
plan be adopted, a change in the
arriving and departing time of the
train at Albany will result,; and
with it, a -similar change in the
moraing and evening train into
Corvallis. The plan is. to leave
Portland at six o'clock in the even-
- ing,. instead of four as now. That
would bring the evening train into
, Corvallis at 10 p. m. The leaving
time out of Corvallis in the morn
ing would be but little changed
from the present, though the start
from Albany would be half an hour'
teter. - '..; . ....-:,"'- -v, "
Work is progressing rapidly
m the changes that are being made
in tie Lafferty brick-. The ceiling
faas been raised throughout, and all
; the partitions below long ago dis
appeared, leaving a big airy room
on the lower floor. Windows have
been put in the rear walls, and the
. work of transformation in the ap
pearance of the latter : will be a
sweeping change, and one to add
greatly to the -perspective of front
street. The lower story is to be
entirely of iron and plate glass.
There will be two entrances and a
stairway. The front will be run
ap a full two story height, andfive
windows put in the upper portion,
so that in case the roof, ever be
raised no change will be necessary
In the front. The building is to be
occupied, as all know, by Hollen
berg & Cady.
. Miss Letha Patton, of Halsey,
is visiting at the M. M. Davis
home. '. , -
The Baptist church has this
week been handsomely re-papered
by Alva Miner.
Mrs. Ike Porter is very ill at
the family home a few miles from
L. Hollenberg and Thomas
Leas9 have been in Portland on a
business trip Bince Thursday.
Mrs. E. M. Wing, a 6ieter of J
J. Cady, is expected to arrive today
from Iowa, for a visit with her
After a few days visit 'with
friends in this city, Mrs. J. F
Steiwer and daughters Lyle and
Ruby returned today to their home
Mre. Rumbaugh - retorned
Thursday to her home in" Albany,
alter a visit with hsr bod, who is a
student et O. A. C.
Dr. R. D. Burgess, who recently
came to Corvallis to take up his
residence, is fitting up office rooms
over the furniture stote of 0. J
Mrs. John Smith entertained
a number of lady friends Wednes
day afternoon, in honor of Mr?.
Kirkpatrick, of San Francisco. The
occasion was very pleasant.
N. Dixon returned Thursday
fioai a visit to Kansas. The win
ter was spent by Mr. Dixon in that
Prof. Cordley went to Portland
yesterday to bring Mrs. Cordley
home from the hospital, where she
underwent an operation several
weeks ago. -
A. A. Wilder, representing the
Bovs'and Girls' Aid Society, of
Portland, was a Corvallis business
visitor Tuesday, being en route to
Sidcey French, son of H. F.
French, left for Portland where he
is to remain duriDg the fair, to as
sist with the Benton exhibit. .
The daughters of the.late John
Peterson, have moved from Inavale
to Corvallis, and now occupy a per
tion of the C. C. Chipman dwell
ing, on court house street.
-The annual banquet given by
the Philadelphian Literary Society
of O. A. C. is to take place tonight
at Hotel Corvallis. Covers are to
bs laid for 60 guests.
Miss Rose MosBie, a .former
well-known O. A. C. student, w to
graduate from he St. Joseph's Hos
pital and Training bchoDl for nurs
es, at Tacoa&a, Washington, -on
Thursday evening, June 1st. In
vitations to the graduating exercis
es have been received from Miss
Mosaie by eeverafl Corvallis friends.
' A roueicgParenJs' meeting and
Grange rally is in progress . todav
over iu Aiaea. Speakers from Cor
vallis are in attendance, and they
include Dr. Withycombe, Prof.
Kent, T. T. Vincent,' Sup't. Den
msn and E. H. Belknap. A litre
ary programme and a batket din'
ner are features of the day, All the
schools of Lobster and Alsea are to
participate in the affair, which will
no doubt be an interesting one.
The cab, formerly, owned at the
brick stable, will be out this after
noon, ready for use, after four weeks
of overhauling. - It is as ep'.ck and
spaa now as when it originally
came out of the factory. It is to be
at the Vidito etable, where it is
ready for the use of the public, as
usual, at any time, day or night.
The current impression that the
cab is only to be used at funerals,
is erroneous. It will be hired to
anybody at any. time.
Notice to Creditors '
In the matter of the Estate of George
W. Owen ; deceased,
Notice is hereby given to all persons
concerned that the undersigned has been
duly appointed administratrix of the es
tate of said George W. Owen, deceased,
by the county court of Benton county,
state of Oregon. - A . persons t-havins;
claims against sai -t etate of Gerge W.
Owen, deceased, ar hereby required to
present the same, w i the proper vouch
ers duly verified as by law required with
in six months from the date hereof, to
the undersigned at the law office of E.
E. Wilson in Corvallis; Oregon.
Dated this April 29th. 1905.
Margaret 33. Owen.
Administrator of the Estate of George
W. Owen, deceased. ... ;
,"' Ufa, Russia, May 16. Major
General Soklavosky, governor-general
of the Province of Ufa, was
fired at several times and seriously
wounded this morning is the pub
lic garden during an entertainment.
His assailant disappeared.
General Soklavosky's life is de-
s paired of, though he retains com
plete consciousness. '
Vice- Governor Bogdanovitch has
taken over the administration of
Cows for Sale.
Three good young cows in full milk,
, ' Alfred Bicknell.
Five miles north of Corvallis.
Summons. - -In
the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon
for the County ot Jenton. - . ,.
J. H. Moore. Plaintiff, vs. Lyle I. L. Howe,
Aegie M. Howe, T. C. Baker, A. A. Baker and
E. O. Baker, defendants.
To tyle L- L. Howe, Aggie M. Howe, T. C.
BHlcr. A. A.. Bauer and L. V. Biker, defend
ants above named.
In the name of the State of Oresron: You are
hereby requited v appear and answer the com
plaint filed against you in the above entitle d
suit on or before the 1st day of July, 1905. An d
If you fail to so appear or answer plaintiff will
take a decree of the court for the relief prayed
for in the complaint herein, towit:
For a judgment against the defendants,
Lvle L. L. Howe, Aeale M. Howe, for the sum
of SI0O3.OU in United State Gold Coin with the
Interest thereon in like gold com at the rate of
Fix per cent per annum from May 1, 19o4, and
for the further sum of S350.CW attorney fee to
gether with the costs and dLsbmsements ot this
suit and f .ran order and decree of said court for
the sale of the following described real prop
erty in satisfaction thereof towit:
The original donation land claim of Jacob
Modie and Bachael Modi, his wife. Dei ng claim
No. 46 Not. ho. 267S in Sections 26-27-35 and 34 in
Township 10, bouth of Range hve West of the
Will ller. containing 319.91 acres more or less
Excepting therefrom ten acres sold by' Jacob
Modie to iiiiis ii. Jones on the 5th of August,
1858 by deed recorded on page 114 Book "E" re
cord O! deeds of Benton county, Oregon; and
also excepting 24,7 ) acres sod by Jacob Modi
to lohn Burns on the 30th day of May, 1 867, by
deed recorded on page 640, Book "G'' record of
deeds of Benton county, Oregon.
Also the following: Being the original Dona
tion LandC laim ot William M. Garrison, towit :
Commencing at the Southwest corner of Claim
No. 46 of Jaeoo Modie and wife in T. 10 8. E. 5
Y, Will Mer. thence running South to the Hue
dividing Section 34 East and West, thence East
16i rods, thei;ce North SO rods, theuce East 80
loas, thence 2iorth 80 rods, thence West about
12 rods, thence South about 27 rods to the south
east corner of said Claim No. 46. thence west to
the placo of beginning, containing loo acres,
more or less.
Also the following towit: The Southwest
quarter of the Northeast quarter; the West half
ol the souineast quarter: ana tne soutneasc
quarter ot the Nortnweat quarter, of Section 35 j
and the northeast quarter of tne Southeast
quarter of Section 34, all in T. 10 S. E. 5 West
win, Mer. containing aw acres more or less.
Excepting from the land last above one acre
fold by J. H. Moore, and Elizabeth, his wife, to
School District No. 32 on Benton .County, fcOre-
gon on tne mii oay oi April, iuuu. oy aeea re
corded on page30S of Book 37, record of deeds
of Benton County, Oregon. All of the said des
cribed premises lying and being situated in Ben
ton County, St teof Oregon, amounting to 634,16
acres, mpre or less, xogemer - witn an and
singular tne tenements nereaitaments and ap
purtenances thereunto belonging of In any
wise aDDertaining. and the remainder and re
mainders, reversion and reversions, rents, is
sues and proms tnereot- ana also au the light,
title, estate, interest, dower or right of dower
property, possession, claim and demand wnat
soever of the said defendants of, in ana to the
above described premises and every part . and
parcel thereof with the appurtenances bv the
Sherlfl of Benton County, Oregon, In the man
ner prescribed by lawt and it hat the proceeds
arising from such Sale be applied to the pay
ment oi tne cosi8 ana aisoursements ot tnis suit
and the expenses of such sale, and the amount
decreed to be cue plaintiff on the said $1,500.00
evidenced oy nve certain promissory notes with
the Interest thereon at the rate ol six per cent
per annum from May 1st, 1904, and described in
a certain mortgage neretoiore .executed by Lyie
ju. L. Howe ana Aggie m. uowe, nis wile, ana re
corded on the 3rd day of May, 1902, in Book : S"
of Mortgages at page 334 thereof ; of Benton
county,, uregon, in wmcn tnis piainums the
mortgagee, and including attorney lees in the
sum oiSooO.OO and that the plaintiff have the
right to become the purchaser at such sale, and
mat tne snerm making sucnsaie oe directed to
put the purchaser at the sale to be made herein
In the immediate possession ot said ' premises,
and to evict any and all of the defendants here'
in, and all persons holding through them since
May 3rd, 1902, from said premises. And that the
said defendants and all other persons claiming
any right, title ana interest of, in or to said
preaises tnrougn orunaer eitner oitne said ae
lendsnts since the 3rd day ol May. 1902. be for
ever debarred and foreclosed of all tight, title.
Interest, claim, lienor estate, or tqulty ol re
demption of. in or to the said premises. Save
only the Statutory right of redemption.
The time prescribed' lor the publication of
this Summons Is six successive weeks in corval
lis limes and the dtte of the, first publication
mereon is May zutn, ana me last publication
tnereon is July ist,iauo. in s summons ispuo
lished by orcier of the Hon. Virgil . Wotters,
County judge ot Benton County, Oregon, oldate
diay ii tn. iwa.
W. S. McFadden, Attorney for Plaintiff.
On Saturday the 24th day of June, 1905. at the
hour of one o'clock in the afternoon, at the front
door nMhe court house in Covailis, Benton
County, Oregon, I will sell t public auction to
tne n gnest oiaoer, tor casn m nind aiior ine
following described real prope.ty situated in
Benton county, towit: .
Th southwest quarter and the west half of
the s'siheast quarter of section 5, township 15, !
soul range 5 west: also beginning at the south i
west forner of section 5, township 15 South, !
rani " west and tunning tbence south tothe
cou line between Benton and Lanecountv,
In ti n state cf Oregon, thence east along the
Said f - nnty line to a point south of the south
east i.rnerofthe west half of the southeast
quai--r of said section 5 thence north to said
son; t i st corner of the said west hall of the
sou.-ast quarter of said section 5 and running
their e west along the soath line of said section
5 to t te place of beginning; also beginning at
the s :ith west corner of the donation land claim
of K" "rt Boyd, being claim No. 44, in town
ship south, range 5 west, and running thence
north ;iiongthe west line of said Boyd claim to
the c-uterot the county road as now traveled
tbeii'-e north 82 degrees and 30 minntes west
4.10 chains along said center of road, thence west
along the center ot said road 16.30 chains to the
point on the west line, of paid 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 be
ginning, excepting from last described tract a
certaiu tract of land .containing about 10 acres
deeded by George A.'Houck and wife to Char
les Clem by deed dated April 8th, ' 19S, and re
corded In Book "W" at page 491 thereof records
of deedsfor Benton county, Oregon:
Said sale is made under an execution in -' my
hands issued out of the circuit court of the state
of Oregon, for Benton county, in the suit of Geo.
. Chamberlain, et al, constituting the State
Land Board, plaintiff vs. H. M. Donat, et al, de
fendants, a proceeding to foreclose a. mortgage.
may it, i-ju.. ;,
M. P. Burnett,
; Sheriff of Benton County, Cregon;
On Saturday the 2tth day of June, 1905, at the
hour of one o'clock in the afternoon, at the
front door of the court house in Corvallis, Ben
ton county, Oregon, ! will sell at public auction
to the highest bidder for cash in hand, all of the
following described real property situated in
Benton county, Oregon towit:
The east half of the southeast quarter of sect
ion 5; the west half of the southwest quarter
the northeast quarter of the soutnwest quarter
I the northwest quarter of the southeast quarter.
the soutnwest quarter 01 tne nonneasi quarter,
the south half of the northwest quarter of Sect
ion 4 all in township 15 south range 6 west: al
so beginning at the southeast corner of the
northeast quarter of section 5 township 15
south range 5 west, and run ' thence west 16.25
chains, thence north 20 chains, thence east
15.9.5 chains, thence south 20 chains to the place
of beginning, containing 30 J acres more or less
Said sale is made under an execution in my
hands, issued out of "the circuit court of the
stats of Oregon, for Benton county, iu the suit of
Geo. K. Chamberlain et al constituting the State
Land Boa; d, plaintiff, vs. George Schateretal
defendants, a proceeding to foreclose a mort
gage. M. P. Burnett,
Sheriff of Benton County, Oregon
May 27th. 1905.
When you get a hurry;
call for Trousers for knock--about
or Sunday best-there's
one sure place you can rely
on, and that's right here. If
you're looking for values you
cant do better than "Wer-
When pou reach the question of "fit" try them on you
will wonder why you paid more for the kind you're wearing
Know where to come for Trousers. Be posted on
"Wemermade" styles and "Wernermade" prices $f to $5 ;.
a handsome cup andsaucer
with every can of
This coffee is packed in fourpound
tins and warranted to be of the
finest quality. For sale at & &
" 1 y. S?m . C. Sm S?. 7.
Our ad., but our goods change hands
every day. Your money exchanged
for Value and Quality is the idea. -
Line Fresli Groceries
Domestic and Imported. '
Plain and Fancy CMnaware
A large and varied line. '
"We always keep Vegetables when
when they are tobe had.
Hunters' Supplies, Fishing Tackle,
Sporting Goods, Sewing Mach. Extras,
Keys of all Kinds, and Fine Cutlery
H. E. HODES,
-If you are looking for
i Stock, Grain, Fruit and Poultry Ranches, write for our
special list, or come and see us. We take pleasure, in
giving you all the reliable . information you wish-: also
showing you over the country. ' :
AMBLER 6c WAITERS
Real Estate, Loan and Insurance - "
GorvaJlis and Philomath, Oregon.
SC?, .v .'Civ .w .vi, .'CJv ,
some real good bargains
B. A. CATHEY
Physician & Surgeon
Office, room 14, BanK BIdg. rJonrsi
lO to ia and 2 to .
Phone, office 83. Residenca35l.
P. A. KLINE
P. A. Klines Hue PhoDe r.
O. Address, Box n.
Pays liiehest prices for all kinds of
Live Stock. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Twenty years experience.
E. E. WILSON,
ATTORNEY Al LAW.
"Short on Perurw- but "Long"
on prunes. Italian prunes, 50-pound
boxes, $1.50. , F. L. Miller.
E. R. Bryson,
H. S. PERNOT,
Physician & Surgeon
Office over postoffice. Residence Cor.
Fifth and Jefferson streets. Hours 10 to
12 a. m., 1 to 4 p. m. Orders may be
eft at Graham & ham's drne store.
J. FRED STATES
. ATTORA& I -AT-LA 17.
First Nat'l Bank Building,
Only Set Abstract Books in Benton County
G. R. FARRA,
Office up stairs in Burnett Brick
idence on the corner of Madison
Seventh St. Phone u tnaseiai &
W. E. Yates
Yates 6c Yates
Law, Abstracting & Insurance
CORVAUJS RATES .
To. Lewis and Clark Fair Over the
-One and one third fare
round trip, $x.so. -
Sale Date Daily from May 29th to
ober 15, 1903.
limit Thirty days but not later than
Parties cf lo or more
Parties of 10 or more from one l-oiut,
must travel together on one ticket both
ways, party tickets will be sold a3 fol
lows; Rate One fare for the round trip, $2.60.
Sale Date Di 11 from May 29th to Oct
ober 15th, 1905.
Limit Ten days.
For organized parties of one hundred or
more moving on one day from one place
individual tickets will be sold as follows:
Rate One fare for the round trip, $2.60.
Sale Date Daily from May 29th to Oct
ober 15th, 1905.
Limit Ten days.
No stop-overs will be allowed on any
of the above tickets; they must be used
for continuous passage in each direction,
- For further information call on
W. E. Coman, .
Gen. Pas. Agt.
, E. Farmer,
Diamond Chick Food.
Head Light oil the best for incubators.
Field and garden seeds at
' " Coktallis, Oregon.
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