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Notice for PnDlicatlon.
United States ni Office,
August 19, 19o6.
Notice U hereby given that Id compliance with
the oro visions of the act of Congress of June 3,
1878, entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands
in the States of California Oregon, Nevada and
Washington IWrirory," as extended to all the
Public Land SUtes by act of August 4, 1892,
1VA SHKKWOOD PATTY,
of Corvallis. county of Bentcn, State of Oregon,
has this day filed in this office her sworn statement
No 6654. for the purchase of 8. i 8i i of Section
No 26 in Township No lo 8., Binge No 6 West, and
will offer proof to -how that the land sought is more
valuable for its tiniber or stone than tor aricultur
si put iKises. and to stablth her claim to said land
before the Retriater and Rewiver of this office at
I-ortlat d. Or gon, on Moi.day, the 6th day of
She names as w.tnesses: Krwin R. Alexander,
Thomas R. Graham, Ji-mes H. ratty, all of Cor
vallis, Oregon, Kobt A. Miiler, of Portland, Orrgon.
Anv and all persons clainiiiti: adversely the above-
described ands are requested to file their claims in
this office on or before said etn day 01 wovemDer,
ALGERNON S. DRESSER,
BAKRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS
eeding heno and pullets at $1 each
C hoice breeding cocker Is. from pen
h aded by mv $20 Aris pullet bred
C" k bird, at from $1 to $5 each. Call
at Gallerv. W. G. Emerv. Barred
Rock Soecialist. 90tf
ALl WOOD HANDLED BY THE
irniereigned i- now in this city and has
b-. n placed in the hands of the Citv
T ansfer Company for sale. Norwood
Tiding Co. 66tf
Notice io herebv given that the County
Court of rientnn county, Oregon, has appoint-
er the undersigned administrator of the estate
of Hulrian A. Bnwn dese ascd. ana liner.
sons hnviug claimn wainst said estate will
present the same a-vording to law, to me at
Corv;illis, Oreg n, uithin six mouths from this
W. S, L1NV1LLE,
Dated September 7, 1905.
K1WTIRES PUT ON BABY BUG
! '.p and go-carts at DilleyA Arnold's.
AUTt 'MOBILE FOR SALE $195.00;
S1 earn; in good condition, top lamps.
Box 461. McMinnville, Or. 87 96
J. F. YATES, ATTORNE Y-AT-LAW.
Orf-ce First National Bank Buiidme
('nly set of abstracts m Benton County
E. K. BRYSON ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office in Post Office Building, Corval-
JOKPH H. WILSON, ATTORNEY
n -Law. Notarv. Titles. Convevacc
ins". Practice in all State and Federal
Conrts. Office in Burnett Building.
P A KLINE, LIVE STOCK AUCTION-
eer. Corvallis, Or. P. A. Kline Line,
Phone No. 1. P. O. address, Box 11.
Pavs highest prices for all kinds of
livestock. Twenty years' experience.
Notice ol Final Settlement.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, ad
ministrator of the estate of William Kriens, de
ceased, has filed in the County Court of Benton
County. ' iregon, nis nnai account as sucn adminis
trator, and that Wednesnay the 8th day of Novem
ber. 1905, at the hour off two o'clock P. M. has been
fixed by said Court as a time for hearing objections
to said bnal account and the settlement thereof.
W. E. YATES.
Administrator of the Estate of Wm. Kriens, de
Notice to Creditors.
In the Matter of the Estate of )
Mary A. Garlinghouse, deceased. J
Notice is hereby given to all persons concerned
that the undersigned has been duly appointed ex
ecutrix of the last will and testament of Mary A.
Gurlinghouse, deceased, by the County Court of
tlcnton County, Oregon. All persons having claims
against the said estate of Mary A. Garlinghouse, de
ceased, are required to present the same, with the
proper vouchers, duiv venned as required by law,
within six months from the date hereof, to the uu
uersigned at her residence one mile east of Monroe.
Henton Count , Oregon, or at the office of Yates &
i ates, Corvallis, Oregon.
Dated this 26th day of September, 1905.
MAL1NDA F. STARR.
Executrix of the last will and testament of Mary A
Gat-Jittghouse, deceased. 80-92
Notice of Final Settlement.
Notice is hereby given that, the undersigned
executrix of me estate ot u. Ji. aicor aeea-ex
ha tiled in the County Court of Benton County
Oregon, her final account as such executrix of
said estatr, and lhar Friday the 8th day of De
cember, 1905, at the hour of ten o'clock A. M.
hH8 been fixed by said Court as a time for hear
ing objections to said account and ttie settle
ment thereof. PEKSiS J. LINDEMAN
Executrix of the estate of C. E. Moor, deceased
oak grove. .
R-v. Launer filled the Oak Grove pal-
Born, Oct. 29, 1905, to the wife of
Him Willis, a daughter.
Frank Dodele was a guest at the May-
berry home, Sunday,
R ibert Jones is minu his two bird
rlotfw. They mysteriously disappeared
as hough the earth bad opened and s al
lowed them. Mr Jones is very anxious
t I- arn their whereabouts, as he prizes
em very highly.
Miss Annie A I ni stead, of Lincoln
ciinty, is spending a few days in the
neighborhood visiting bid friends and is
Ht present the guesv. of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Colie Nice, of Albany, has qnite
force of men at work setting poles to
be used in trellising his 50 acre hop yard
on the Antone Later place, near Albany.
Lee Brown, who put out a 60 acre hqp
yard last spriup; planted the same to
pototoes and now has two teams engaged
hauling his spuds to Albany, where he
is getting the top price. Potatoes are a
very good thing to have this year - as
prices are good.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnston left Sat
urday for Turner, where they v ill visit
ver Sunday with Dave Morris and fam
l'here will be a social given in the
Grange hall in Fairmount, Friday, Nov
ember In. All are cordially invited to
be present for a good tfme is expected,
Prof. Leatherman had quite a time
cleaning out ths school house Wednesday
morning when he arrived. He found
the school house well filled with a var
iety of furniture consisting of gates
waiks, logs, stumps and the like.
Henry Ridders, of Wells, delivered to
(he Albany stock yard Monday, a nice
Lit of fat hogs for the Portland market.
Henry is in the hog business to some ex
tent. He stili has on hand 169 head
which he intends to market later.
Barney Hecker, who was through
through this part Tuesday rounding up
a carload of sheep, to be shipped to Port-
HErd buyers, reports sheep rather scarce
and hard to get.
LOVE IS ENFORCED.
LAW OF FRANCE WILIi OB.DES
The Revision of the Napoleonic Code
Will Contain Most Explicit
Instructions to That
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and Surgeon. Rooms 14, Bank Build
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iiieuto. - Corvallis, Oregon.
O. H. KEWTH," M. D., PHYSICIAN
and Surgeon, Office an I Residence, on
Main street, Philomath, Oregon.
R. D. BURGESS. M. Q.
Office over Blackledge Furniture Store,
Office hours : 10 to 12 and 3 to 5.
MISS DeETTE JONES.
Trained nurse Ind. Phone 234. 82-gO
Just the Thing for Hop-Driers.
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R. M. WADE & CO., Agts., Corvallis.
I Thank the Lord."
Cried Hannah Plant, "of Little Rock,
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Arnica halve. It cmtd my feariul run-
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RICE; IN WORKHOUSE
MILLIONAIRE ARRESTED AS
Captured by Police in Opium Den and
Thrown Among Paupers and
Criminals in Pittsburg He
leased After Pour Days.
Pittsburg, Pa. The Allegheny coun
ty workhouse has for four days sheltered
a real live millionaire unawares, if it is
true that a man just released from it
was, as declared, Jerome Murillo, of
New Tork and Peekskill-on-the-Hud-son.
New York is said to be his place
of business, and Peekskill his residence.
rino, said to be his brother-in-law, but
minus the raven locks which surmount
ed his head when he was convicted of
being a "suspicious person."
On June 19 Murillo,. if it be he, was
before Magistrate George A. Moke, in
company with George Dudhill, Ruth
Meredith and Ada Murillo, the last
named claiming to be Murillo's wife.
The quartette were arrested by Capt.
Lawrence Bartley in a house where all
were accused of smoking opium. A
number of pawn tickets were found iu
the room. They were sentenced to pay
a fine of $100 and costs each, with the
alternative of 90 days in the workhouse.
Having no money, they were com
pelled to go to the workhouse.
When Gurrino, accompanied by his
valet, reached the poljce station on the
hunt for Murillo at the hearing said
he was independently wealthy, but as
he showed no money the officers set it
down as a "pipe dream." Gurrino, how
ever, corroborated the story. He said
that Murillo's father was for years
one of the leading importers of Italian
goods in New York, and did business
at 27 Mulberry street. At his death,
five years ago, he left Jerome an in
come of ?60,000 a year, and the principal
from which,,the income was derived
when he reformed. Jerome is the only
son, but he has five sisters, who are
The woman who claimed to be his
wife has never been heard of by the
rest of the family. She is still in the
Murillo left home a few days before
his arrival here, saying he was going
west to "rough it" for awhile. He was
plentifully supplied with money. When
he walked out of the workhouse he
showed the effect of his confinement,
and was manifestly, grateful for bis de
liverance, L .
In accordance with the long establish
ed precedent the members of Cauthom
Hall Club gave their annual reception by
entertaining the ladies of OAC, at the
dormitory last Friday evening. This is
one of the principal social events of the
tirst term, hence the boys spent no little
time in preparation for the occasion.
Tueir efforts were' certainly rewarded.
By those who were in attendance the n-
ception was pronounced one of the most
successful ever given by the club.
The huge dinningroom was tastily ar
rayed in autumn decorations. Arches of
Oregon grape, stringers of maple leaves
and branches of rosbbuds adorned the
big room, which when illuminated by
the soft light of the Chinese lanterns,
took on the appearance of a palatial hall.
At . 8 :30 the guests were all seated and
the following program was rendered:
Opening address by Pres. J. S. Ringo;
Vocal solo by Prof. W. T. Shaw: Trum
pet Eolo, H. L. Beard; Paper, "The An
nual Message," R. R. Selleck; Piano
solo, Miss Inez Colvig; Bazoo solo, Prof.
The program was very entertaining,
every number being exceptionally well
rendered and highly appreciated, Prea
Ringo gave a few remarks relating to the
social side of such occasions and the part
they have in the making of an education
The solos were of a high order, H. L.
tfeara responding to an encore. The pa
per was filled with accounts of some of
tse amusing incidente that, neenr nfc the
hall. In addition to being ' tuuiica: it
was entertaining throughout. ;
After the program the party spe t
some time in guessing the names of a
number of cartoons that were found on
the wall around the room. These car
toons were modeled after the likeness of
various members of the club with au in
scription on same saying that which is
characteristic of that person written
across the sheet. This proved to be a
a very amusing pastime. Miss Min
nette Phillips won first prize and M. B.
Beldon second. .
After an hour of conversation and en
joyment the refreshment committee
cime forward with a well prepared lunch
which was enjoyed by all. As the lights
dimmed the merry party filed out of the
dormitory, all being highly pleased with
t ie evening spent.
Paris. Love is henceforth to be le
gally recognized in French marriages!
That is one of the great reforms deter
mined on by the committee now revis
ing the Napoleonic code. Hitherto the
French marriage law had not acknowl
edged the existence of love in wedlock.
Perhaps that explains many plots of
plays and novels. But these in a few
weeks' time will be hopelessly out of
date. In future French husbands and
wives will be legally bound to love one
another, which is not the case at pres
ent, and, as there is no country where
the public has so great a respect for
law as France, happy marriages are soon
to be the rule.
Art. 212, chap. 6, sec. 5, book 1, of
the civil code says: "Husband and wife
owe to one another mutual faithful
ness, help, assistance." The next arti
cle adds: "The husband owes to his
wife protection, the wife owes obedi
ence to her husband." But affection
finds no place in the code, which affords
no counterpart to the "love, honor and
obey"of the religious marriage service.
A particularly enlightened commis
sion, however, is now revising the Na
poleonic code. In spite of the protests
of aghast lawyers, such rank outsiders
who know naught of law, but only know
life, as MM. Paul Hervieu and Marcel
Prevost, were appointed among the com
missioners. The former, M. Hervieu, is the brave
man who has ventured to introduce the
word "love" into the law. He defended
his motion with some heat and carried
the day. The commission decided that
article 212. aforesaid, shall read: "Hus
band and wife owe to one another mu
tual love, faithfulness, help and assist
ance." Thus the law will now actually lay it
down that the first duty of man and
wife is to love one another. This revo
lutionary committee of reformers has
further brought its ax down on the fol
lowing article (213), half of the text of
which, given above, has been clean cut
away, which is to run: "The husband
owes protection to his wife. The rights
of husband and wife are equal." This
is tantamount to deleting the obnoxious
"obey" from the lady's promise a tre
mendous triumph for her.
JAGUAR HOLDS UP TRAINS.
Escaped Circus Animal in Colorado
Tunnel Raises a Disturbance.
Son Lost Mother.
"Consumption runs in our family,
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Colorado Springs, Col. More than
2,000 persons and four passenger
trains on the Colorado Midland rail
road were held up to-day at tunnel
No. 6, two miles west of Manitou,
by a fierce South American jaguar.
Before he "was captured the animal
clawed Joseph Bennett, of this city,
cutting a severe gash across the right
leg. Miss Delmont, a passenger, be
came frightened and in trying to scale
a high cliff fell 20 feet, breaking her
The jaguar and a polar hear occu
pied compartments in a large cage on
a flat car or the tram belonging to a
circus. The cage was too high to en
tar the mouth of the tunnel and it was
torn off. The keeper threw on the air
brakes, stopping the train. He threw
rocks at the bsar and fired blank car
tridges at the jaguar to keep them
The animal crawled under the car
and durir the efforts to drive it into
another cfge Bennett received his in
juries. The animal was finally driven
into a small cage, but before the door
could be closed the train started and
the jaguar agaiar leaped for liberty.
It dashed through the tunnel, but on
emerging at the other en5 found itself
in a narrow cut. After some effort
the animal vac again captured and
placed in his cage.
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Take The Gazette for all the
Denver, Col. A pretty romance
reached its climax at Manitou the other
evening when Miss Emma C. Bender,
daughter of Federal Judge Bonder, of
Indianapolis, became the bride ot Salem
Wahbe El Kaffoury, a wealthy Ar
menian importer of San Francisco. The
ceremony was performed in the Iron
Springs hotel, at the foot of Pike's peak,
b? Rev. J.. W. Neeley. of the First Con
gregational church, Manitou.
Kaffoury is a full-blooded Armenian
and typical of his race. He is atout 40
years old. His bride is a beautiful
blonde of scarcely 24 summers..- The
wedding took place in Colorado because
Judge Bender was opposed to his daugh
ter marrying the Armenian, and forbade
him to come to the Bender home in In
dianapolis. Miss Bender recently completed an
eight-years' course in an eastern con
vent. How and when she first met Kaf
foury is not known, tut it is said that the
bride ran away from home in the
Hoosier state to be married.
She confided in a sister who sympa
thized with her and assisted in a bold
plan of an elopement. Mr. and Mrs. Kaf
foury will make their home in San Francisco.
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