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Vol. XIX.-N0. 3
CORVALLIS, OREGON. FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 9. 190(3.
B.F. IBTIHS ZdltOZ
In the eifcult Court of the state ot Oregon, lor
J. W. Writs ak, Plaintiff,
J.R. Rainwater an J Lucy Kalnwater,
his wife; William Rainwater and
Snrah Kalnwa'er. hie wile; Anna
Kling and Peter Kling, her hus
band ; Daniel Rainwater and Emma
Rainwater, his wife; Em met t Rain
water and Mary Rainwater, his wife;
Mary clrk and Merton (Mark, her
husband; Anna Duley and Frank Du
ley. her hatband; Emma Laughbead
and C. II. Laughead, hfr husband;
and Leo Cohen, Bessie Muller and
Paul Muller her husband, defendant?.
To Bessie Muller, Emmett Rainwater, and
Mary Rainwater, his wife, the above named de
fendants: In the name of the state of Oregon, you and
each of you are hereby summoned and required
to appear and answer the com plaint of the plain
tiff in the above entitled suit now ou file with
the clerk oi the above entitled court, on or be
fore the last day of the time prescribed in the
order for publication o this summons, heroin
niter referred to, to-wit. on or beiore November
23, 1H0C, and you are hereby iioiilied that It you
idi so to appear aud answer ths k.H complaint
p; Terein reonirert. bT want thereof .be plain
t.if will aipiy to the above entitled court for the
rt i'er demanded in his said complaint, to-wit:
that he be decreed to be the owner In fee simple
of the following described real property, to-wit:
Beginning at the N V corner of the D. I.. C, of
A. M. Raiuwuter. Not. Nn. CI. 61 it 39 In T.
IIS. R. 3 and 4 W., of Will. Mir., Benton county,
Oregon, and running th' tiee S. 26.94 chains',
thence E. 1? 27 chains, tlK-nce 8. 83 deg., E. 3.10
chains, thence 3f, 29.14 :haiiis to the N. bounda
ry of said claim, thence S. b2 dcr. 15 min. W.
along Said N. boundary to place of beginning,
containing 4.1.20 acres, more or less, all in Ben
ton county, Oregon, save and except 1:1.18 acres
heretofore sold and conveyed to S. E. Rainwater
oescrlbed as follows: BeEinninjr at N W corner
of D. L. C Not. (,97, CI. til aud :;9 T. 11 o. R. 3 and
4 W. Will. Mer., Benton county, Oregon, and
running thence N. N2 deg. l.V mm. E. along N.
boundary of said claim 10.10 chains, thence S.
to the N. boundary of W. V. & 0. R. B. Co's right
ot way, thence westerly along said North
boundary to the west bouudary of said claim
thence N along said west boundary to place of
beginning, containing 1:1.18 acres, more or less;
that the defendants be required to perfect the
title of said land by making, executing, ac
knowledging and delivering a deed thereto to
the plaintiff, or that in the event they tail so to
do that the decree of said court shall operate in
lieu ot such deed, and that plalntifl have bis
coats and disbursements, and for general relief:
This summons Is published in The Corvallis
Times newspaper once a week, for six successive
and consecutive weeks, beginning with the Issue
ol October 12, 1906. and ending with the issue of
November 28. 1906. under and In pursuance of
the directions contained iu an order made by
the lion K. woodward, judge of the count;
court of Benton county, state of Oregn. datei
October 11. 1906. Date of first publication hereof
is uctoDer 12, 1906.
L. H. MONTANYE & E. E. WILSON.
Attorneys tor Plaintiff.
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E. E. WILSON,
ATTORNEY AT. LAW.
In the Circuit Count of the State of Oregon for
Garrison Sheldon, plaintiff,
Ella W. Sheldon, defendant,
To E1U W. Sheldon, the above named defend
In the name of the state of Oregon, you are
hereby summoned and required tiai ear and
answer the complaint of the pliiui ill In the
above entitled suit in 'be above entitled court,
now on rile in the office of the clerk of said
court, on or before six weeks fiom the day
ot tee nrst puDiication nere.ni, to-wit
on or before November 13, 1906,- and
you are hereby notified that if you fall so to
appear and answer tbe said complaint as here.
in required, for want thereof the plaintiff will
apply to the above entitled court for the relief
aemanaea in nis saia complaint, namely, lor a
decree of divorce from tbe said defendant, for
ever dissolving the marriage contract existing
between the plaintiff and defendant, and for
such other further and different rule, order or
relief as to the couit may seem proper.
This summons is published in ihe Corvallis
Times newspaper once a week for six successive
and consecutive weeks, beginning with the issue
of said newspaper of October 2, 1906. and eni'lng
with the issue ef November 13, 1906, under and
in pursuance of tbe directions contained In an
order made by the Hon. E. Woodward, county
judge ot Benio i county, Oregon, being the eoun
ty where the above entitled suit Is pending in
ne a oove enimea circuit courr. dated Septem
ber 28. 1900. Tne date of the first publication
uereui is uctuDer 2, ivuo.
E. E. WILSON,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
E. It. Bryson,
Attorney At Law.
RESULTS OF SOME OF THE
ELECTIONS HELD IN MA
NY OF THE STATES.
MeCarreu'e Fight on Hearst Faila
to Carry the City of Brooklyn
Republicans Control Leg
islature State Demo
.eristic Except Gov
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. . Corvallis, Oregon.
Npw Vnrk ; TSTrw. 7. Thn InfPrfl.
I corrected reHrns thow that C. E.
TT 1 S' . J I
nugnes was eieciea governor oy a
plurality of.; 60,284 over W. R.
Hearst yestc-'day. Hearst ran be
hind his ticket in Greater New
York and in.many up-state coun
ties?. At no 'n today theindications
were ibat StjTyvesant Chanter, the
domocratic ominee for lieutenant
governor, as 3 the rest of the demo
cratic ticket bay have been elected.
Chanler baa a plurality in Greater
New York oT 135.000, which breaks
all records in this city for a lieuten-
(ant governor. Other democratic
nominees ran ahead of Chanler in
this city. Lateincoming returns
from up state cn the remainder of
tbeHicket show fluctuations.
Oq tbe face of the present returns
Hughes came down to Harlem river
with a lead over Hearst of a little
more than 130,000. While this was
sufficient to give him a lead of con
siderably more than 55,000 over
Hearst, Hughes' associates have to
meet a far greater plurality rolled
up in New York City by the remain
dtr of tbe democratic state ticket.
Figures at band show that John
S. Whalen. democratic candidate
for secretary of state, may come
through a winner by the closest
Hearst appearently carried only
two counties in the State outside
Greater New York. These were
Chemung aud Schoharie.
Kings county, of which Patrick
H. McCirren is Democratic leader,
last year gave Hearst for mayor a
large plurality, but in the vote for
governor, McCarnn exerted all his
forces to return Hughes a plurality
in his county.
While Hearst succeeded in carry
ing Kings county by a plurality of
4,563, the returns of the remainder
of the state ticket show that his
trouble with McCarren cost him
bear. Tbe plurality in the county
of the domocratic candidates who
were not affected by McCarren' s or
der, exceeded that of the bead of
the ticket by more than 3o,ooo.
Had Hearst received these votes it
would have cut Hughes' lead in the
state practically in half.
Denver, Col., Nov. 7 Chief Jus
tice GabOeit was reelected with the
other republicans, though greatly
scratched. Simoo Guggenheim will
probably succeed T. M. Patterson
in the United States senate. Dam
ocrats are crying fraud and proba
bly an investigation will follow.
Republicans claim 10,000 plurali-
ty on the entire ticket.
The most turprisitg feature of the
election is the comparatively f mall
vote returned for Lindsey and Hay
wood, respectively independent and
socialist candidates for governor.
From all sources it was predicted
that they would cut deeply into
tbe vote of both the eld party can-d'etates.
Ddd Moines, Iowa, Nov. 7.-The
result of the election is still in doubt
The Des Moines Capital, the anti-
Cummins organ, says that Porter,
democrat, is elected by 12,ooa plu-
raliiy. The demecrats claim that
Porter will carry the Btnte by
St. Paul, Minn., Nov. 7.-Gover
nor Johnson, democrat, was reelect
ed governor by 6o,ooo, the greatest
mtjority ever given a gubernatorial
candidate. 1 he state is normailv
4o.ooo republican. All the rest of
ticket is republican.
The returns on tbe legislature,
are meager, but indicate that the
republican majority will be greatly
Cheyenne, Wyo., Nov. 7.-Sixty-one
precincts out of 361 give Gov.
Brooks, republican, a plurality of
Austin, Tex., Nov. 7.-Tha total
vote cast did not exceed 4oo,ooo
votep, some I35,ooo of which repre
sent the combined vote of the re
publicans, tbe reorganized republi
cans, the socialists, the socialist la
bor and the prohibition party. The
balance represents the democratic
vote. The next legislature will be
democratic overwhelmly. All the
democratic congressmen were elect
ed by good majorities.
Lincoln, Neb., Nov. 7.-The
World-Herald, democratic, concedes
the election of Sheldon for governor
by lo.ooo plurality over Shallen
Milwaukee, Nov. 7.-The republi
can state ticket, headed by Gover
nor James C. Davidson, swept the
state in today's election by an esti
mated plurality of at least 40,000.
Wilmington, Del., Nov. 7.-The
republicans have carried Delaware
and elected Burton fcr congress ov
er Marvel, democrat.-
Fargo, N. D , Nov. 7.-Scattered
returns indicate that Fiek has been
elected judge of the supreme court
over Coauff, the r publican nomi
nee. "We concede the defeat of
Governor Sarles by Mr. Burke, his
democratic opponent, by a plurali
ty of lo.ooo," said Obairman L. B.
Hanna, of the repuplican state cen
tral committee, this evening. .
Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 7.-Re-ports
from all cvr the state indi
cate a large falling off in the repub
lican vote and that the majority for
Patterson, democrat, for governor
will approximate 3o,ooo.
Wheeling W. Va., Nov. 7. The
complete retnrns from the different
counties in West Virginia ara com
ing in tomgbt and aie increasing
the size of the republican victory.
The total ma fori ty of the state is
Phoenix, Ariz , Nov. 7 -Maricopa
county, with three small districts to
hear from, gives in favor of state
hood 392, against it 2965. The leg
islature is strongly democratic.
Richmond, Va ,Nov. 7. Today's
addi'ional returns confirm last
night'a reports. The democrats
carried all the districts exept the
ninth, in which Slamp, republican.
is reelected, by a reduced majority
Topeka, Kan , Nov. 7. At mid
night the reelection of E. W. Hocb,
republican, as governor, seems cer
tain, although the democratic com
mittee still claiaie tbe state for
William A. Harris by a plurality
According to figures received by
the reDublican committee, 97 boun
ties.out of IO5 give Hoch a plurali
ty of 415o. The democrats claim
that their figures on the same ccun
ties give Harris a plurality of nearly
2ooo and that the official returss
will give him over 3000.
Marion county, Hoch's , home,
was carried by Harris by a majori
ty of 139 votep.Wbile Douglas coun
ty, Harris' home, was carried by
Heck by a majority of I3O.
The democrats make big gains In
JURY FINDS SLAYER OF MRS.
WILSON GUILTY OF MUR
DER IN FIRST DEGREE.
Attorneys for Defense Says There?
Will Be No Appeal Murderer
"Wholly Resigned to His
Fate Other News.
Portland, Nov. 8. Oregonian:
After being out less than half an
hour, the jury in the case of Henry
tLose, accused of the murder of
Madge Doyl, returned a verdict at
o3 yesterday afternoon, finding:
the defendant guilty of murder in
the first degree. There was no re
commendation for mercy, hence
Judge Gantenbein, before" whom
the defendant was tried, will have
to fix the death penalty. Walde-
mar Saton, who defended Hose, de
clared last night that he tbousht
there would be no appeal, and, if
such to be the case, the murderer
will sxpiate his terrible crime on
the gaMows in almost record time,
as he appears indifferent to bis fafe,
and has neither nor friends to pros
ecute his lurteer deienee.
The defendant took the stand in
hi" own behalf yestarday morning,
and practically corroborated, what
he had already outlined in his con
fession to the district attorney soon
after tbe commission of tbe deed.
He made no attempt whatever to
justiiy his act, and, in fact, there
was no apparent for any excuse
save the narrow hole of jealouBV.
It was evident that his counsel had
instructed him to make a clean
breast of the whole thing on the
witness stand, and then trust to the
lawyer's appeal to the sympathy
of the jury to save his neck. There
was no possible chacce for him to
escape punishment, and his defense
resolved itself into a desperate for
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