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STEWS OF CORVALLIS AND VTC1NTTY TOLD IN BRIEF. ; je C uniiisjs and Goings of People Sociai Gossip. vPersoaal Men tion and. Other Items ' Public- Interest. Of T. E. ' Broadley and wife' of Hoskins haw been visiting at the f I.. Troxel home 'for several days. ' Tames Groshong of Kings Val lev was the guest t.ver Sunday of his "daughter, Mrs. E. B., Horning. Miss Mattie . Strong returned to Portland Monday-tov resume her studies at St. Mrfrys.vacade.my. E. B Hort'ing is VddirJg a de cided iaipsovement' tp-iWs part of town, in the shape of a cefnent walk along his residence block. The ample is a good one. Mrs. Mary Miller, who has been seriotii-lv ill. is reported as imnrcvine. although still confined to her bed. Revival services, conducted by Rev. T. h. Jones, of Amity, will hepin at the M. K- chuich Thttrs- dav night, to continue indefinitely; Frank Hurt, a former Corval "lis boy, has been appointed deputy assessor of King county, Washing; ton. where he resides. Mioses Virginia and Eugenia Shelby, the Wells Fargo agents, have purchased the Ash property -on Water street, and moved the residence Monday. into Mr. and Mrs. Arnold King re turned home Sunday from" several days spent in Albany. - where 'Mr! King was engaged wish the, tele1 phone company work. -A surprise party was tendered " Miss Vera Chambers Saturday eve .-.mn.g in honor of her r6th birthday Tiieie were about twenty present and a delightful time is reported TJaiuty refiethtnents were a feature, . Miss Helen Yockey, of tbeGa zette force, spent Sunday with Al bany relatives. Mh-s Anntt'Ches ney, formerly with the Gazette, is new engaged as a book-keeper in that city. News from the Whitby home is to the effect that the daughter. Miss Isabel, whose life was for time despaired of, has so far recov red as to be about the house with the use of a cane. This will be welcome news to the young lady's many friends in Benton. J There were several horse races on Kiger track, Sunday. Three races were between ' an animal be longing to Jes-e Brown, and anoth er belonging to 'Mr. " Vidito, the Brown nag coming out victor twice. The purse is said to have been f 5 a sidt. " ' The yellow bird dog that has followed the bicycle of Dr. Pernot for seveial years, until it has be come a lamiiiar figure to Corvallis people, met an untimely end Mon day morning. The Albany train ran over the animal near the Will Wicks home, and slices of dog. were scattered broadcast in that locality: Burd Croft, who was in Port land last week, invested in two lots at St. Johns, where property is now on the bcom. Fred Croft also pur chased a lot, and now the boys await developments, hoping to re alize a "speck" on their venturi. Mr. Biddings and family arrive ed Saturday from Portland and are located in the Irasfc House, one1 uoor souin ui iuc viiiisiiau luuivii? Mr. Biddings is the man who will make the ice cream and attend to other business at the new plant be ing built on Water street by H. W. Kaupiscb, of the Corvallis cream eiy. - This is the way the Ashland Tribune talks about O. A. C bas ket baJ'i men, in speaking of last Friday night's game: "O. A. C boys played with remarkable skill Tbeirteam work and handling of ( 'Whenever a Northerner - got 'the bull there was always a man in position to receive it and pass it pa' , to their opponent' s goal. The sci ence and skill- displayed by little Swanu was a strong feature of the game. He threw baske'.s with such accuracy that it T.vas almost sure that if half a chance to cage the ball presented itself he made the score. To see litde "Swannle" . perform was worth the price of ad mission. The object of the "Ash land boys in bringing the College boys to Ashland was simply to give the people an opportunity to see what basket ball is" when properly -clayed and to eventually Acquire a 'aiore scientific knowledge of thej srame. The Corvallis bovs are an excellent aggregation, of young ipeii and it is to he. hoped that this ivill . not be their la$t viSirfo AshlaWi. The baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Grugett, who has been quite ilLJs iqaproviog.; . ..,... ...... J. L. Underwood has been sof-l fering with a severe attack of neu ralgia, this week. i ; i Dr. and Mrs. Catbey are ex pected to arrive tomorrow from Douglas county, where they were nailed a week ago by the critical ill- nets of a relative. ;;ui : A birthday surprise party was given Mrs. Grace E. Hall at her home, last night. The hours were passed very pleasantly iq a social way, and dainty refreshments were served. There were about 30 pres ent. ' .' ;- -" - : -The W. H. M. S. of the M. E, church, cleared $20.5.5 from . their "conundrum . supper" last week,' and appreciate the liberal patron age thown them.i ? r ; The vote of Mies Agnes Wilson in the Yellowstone Park trip, offer ed by the Oregonian, is now 32,168. Mise Wilson leads In the eleventh district, and her friends feel much interest in her candidacy. The con test closes May.jlstbtand those in tendiug to vote should do'so in time .for their subscriptions to be mailed before the last few days of the straggle. The first debate in the series for the Gatch cup occurred in College chapel Saturday night, .The ques tion was "Resolved that the Integ rity of-the Cblnpse empire should b maintained, L and the rierians had the negative. Their opponents were the AmiciUaae,. who .bad. the effirmative. The Pierian debaters were, . Misses Edwards and Mibs SjoBRios, and they won. " The de- feAte3Utea.nj ffa, Mr. Harding, Mr. Brodije,aad Mrieily.T" The judges were Prpfa4 CoVell, -BUyeu and: Kniseley.. . . , . i Judge Watters is the originator o n idea that is certain to be pro ductivfr of great good,, and in; fact has already borne good fruit. The judge is superintendent of the Meth odist Sunday school, and a week ago he called the attention of the school to the habit of some people in carelessly throwing? fruit peel logs oif thBsidewalkav'-where they are a menace to the safety of the public, .The papijs were requested to keep a lookout during: the next week, and kick, all such peelings into the butter, keeping count, of the number so disposed of. The re- oit was made to Judge Watters Sunday morning, and was a revels lion to'him, although' he bad ex oec! ed good Jesuits,- ; Every pupi had been. "kicking," no one baying kicked of lees than 17 peelings from the walks, .while one young girl had 95 of the good deeds to her credit. Many pupils bad 5 marks and the" V5tal uumberfc'ipeacUed ma ny hdb?ecjis-. The work will not ttip thefe; bowever'Ss these young folks; will not only keep a lookout on other ;people, but will be careful themselves in such matters,; thus overcoming and also- avoiding a re al nuisance tbat no city law baa so far covered. Last Sunday Judge Watters directed the school's atten tion against the' - filthy and utterly in-excusable habit bf expectorating oo-the Bidewalks, and results - will I doubtleas b.achieved in this . line by they jougge "jelement. . I here, is no?6opy-right qq. -'"-.these"- ldeaB,; '. and. they might- profitably adopted bv, other teachers .and leaders of tbe young, 7 i-i- SHEARED GOATS. ' the CVW Wae Erly Fruit , loie or Less .Damaged Rose- xfmIK-v'' ':.;.;.'"'V- e jWbile he hugs a hot stove, the old.Jrvbabitant waits for the cold i-plash fo vanieb.,"The frigid wave carn suddenly ttirday afternobni It snowed "a litfiSff&ut froze a great deal more. Th.eiyoung shoots on all. rose bushes 'are a thing of the past. - The numerous - peach trees that had already put out blossoms got nipped, and all such are injured. Early cherries and early pears are believed also-tb have suffered more or less. The thermometer got be- Lot ( V a. '(efl(r! n nr rAint nri t Hi n on . r :t Barfp(1 AnnarA and has not baen above it since. It has etood most cf the time, around 3o degree?. . ,-The worst feature and one that most worried the native population was a cruel north wind that swept mercilessly through the streets and over the farms. - It was unkiridest of all, perhaps to hundreds of goats that. were stripped of their wool during the half dozen very warm days that immediately preceded the cold Enap.-r As tar as can be learn ed by telephonic inquiry, few, it any, have died, thougn tneir smv ering has sent shivers up the backs of their owners. ; . 'For Sale. Farm :arid city property. ,S. I,. Henderson,.. pSff Corvallis,' Or.; EAT WHAT YOU LIKE. Don't Starve or Diet, bat Use Mi-o na. and Cure Your Stomach Troubles. The average treatment of stomach trou bles Consist of a rigid diet list, which often starves the patient. Of course it would be foolish for any one who know that some, foods are positively hartnfil and poisonous to continue eating them, even while following the Mi-o-na treat ment, but in ordinary cases of stomach troubles it is not necessary to starye or1 diet if Mi-o-na .is faithfully used, a tablet before each meal. " . . This scientific remedy, for the cure of eiotnacn -.roubles, acts upon the whole digestive system, and strengthen? the or gans so that they are able to digest any food that is eaten without fear of distress. If you suffer from loss of aDoetite. belch ing of gases, sour taste in the mouth, furred tongue, severe pains in the region of the stomach, depression of spirits, bad dreams, lack of energy, a stomach cough, offensive breath, headaches, back aches, loss of strength and weight, you can be assured that these troubles are all due to imperfect digestion. Strengthen the stomach by taking a Mi-o-na tablet before each meal, and seon you will gain in - weight, strength win return, tau your iooa will give uour ibhment so that the rich red blood will carry good health to every part of the system. "' : ' Graham & Wells have so mu.h confi dence In the power of Mi-o-na to enrej Btomach. troubles and resulting ills, that ' tney give a guarantee with every 50 cent box to refund the money unless it cures THE AFTERNOON NAR Modern CMAHioais KJlllos the Ue tm Habit la Mexico. . .. ., There are, peopie In Mexico City wno take their afternoon nap every and are greatly benefited thereby, but their number appears 1 to; be, growing less year, by, yeap. - Whether the siesta Is beneficial or no or whether In this high altltuds tt Is a necessity for many rrsona" as- ts dalmed try some,1 lta death knell ae rigcaeral Tnstonj seenit t have been MnsdEil lnce tt -ctty adopted' its TaoQam eaterpriae "Und push, "i Many old eeatSents will tell ytm of the . time' -mixen person In the dry of Mexico, would Jhsve been epnaldered almost praj?y If he :neg?ecpl his after noon rest,; but gradually,, with the e& vent -oithe- raflways,.; the- street 'cars and th rieikrTo . llhrjsj came the lni evl table sleeplessness- - which Is - one of the moist rxtlceable characteristics of modern Clvlltzation. - ' :i-.-a . There -are several Supporters of the siesta idea tn this dty who -express re- gret that : the eostom appears to be passing away. ; These persons, who are themselves devotees at the practice, claim, that if is a heatthful and nerve restoring habit and that If It were In dulged. In systematically by the peopU of the United States and other pro- gresslve countries there -would bo few er cases" of nervous Wrecks for the newspapers to report. "Early rising and a short nap after dinner" la wttat these people advocate, claiming that the best . work of .most persons Is per formed in the morning. Mexican Her ald.. . - . '-'-; FIRST USE OF TEA. u Ancient Learend Amrlne It to. a . Kins of China. By whom or when the use of teaser drinking purposes was first discovered U lost in antiquity. It Is spoken of as a famous herb In Chinese literature, as fur back as 2,000 years B. C, at which time Its cultivation and classification wore almost as thorough and complete i:s they are today. One of the ancient Is-Kends says that Its -virtues were ac- ci lentally learned by -King Shen Nnng i '.ie, the Chinese monarch who is also known as "the divine husbandman.' v. '.16; the record; says, flourished forty c. nturies ago.' He was engaged In txtl lug water 'over" a' ' fire made of the branchesjof the tea pjant and careless ly allowed .Bome of ; the leaves to. fall Iritd the pot" : - .- s-.- -1 -i.'i;. The liquid which he expected to- cerne from the Vessel simply -. as- sterilized water was ttiiraculously converted into an elixir of life by the accidental , ad dition of 'the tea leaves. Scon after It became highly esteemed In all .the -ori ental cities And was used as a royal gift from the Chinese monarcbs to the potentates of southern and western Asia. ' ' . This same King Shen Nung She not only earned the title of . respect by which he was known- through tle dis covery of the virtues of ,tea, but be cause of being the first to teach his people how to make and use plows and many other implements of husbandry, Spraying and Whitewashing Done in first class manner. ; Montgomery & Tedrow T1 . ruune 374. . . 2-20-im ' Notice to Credit -rs;- : Notice Is hereby Kiven to nil onncnr-niri fhnt. ine unuorsu;nea nas Deen duly appointed the executor of the last will and the estate of Har riett Hill, deeeased, by the omintv tout, nt the Btateof Oregoo lot Benton cnuiitv, and ha9 du!y q alined for the duties of s:iid trust. All per sons having claims against the deceased, or her estate', are required to present the same duly vermcu uj me uuuoisiueu at. ma residence -lu Philomath, Denton county. Oregon, within six months from this date. L, W'HTM. 4 Executor of the last will and estate; of Harriett ; tun, aeceasea. -Dated Feb. 8, 1906. - , . ".: ; Wanted. ' '' Competent lady to assist in gen eral housework. '; - Apply to Mrs: M. Coffee, . Monroe, Oregon. - If you expect t-buy an incitbat' J.G.MORRIS SUOCE8!3OTvTjPAM:MJSTJN -,- Practical Shoer & General Blacksmith Prices for Veneral shoe- ing Setting 25c a shoe, .1 New shoes $1,50 a horse. I No 6 and over $2. I ALL WORK FIRST CLASS. Reme.mtier Blaxkledge is Here ' We have just received 45 lable Iron' Beds,' all prices, from $2 90 up. One thousand yards Matting, just in.' New wall Paper, just received. - L- Lower ; than any house in Benton county The new folding Go-Cartsare here. . -v -- - ..'' -; - . JAP-A-LAC For Floors, Woodwork, etc. We don't have time to change our ads every week, but we sell goods to beat the band. Dont buy until you see bur large stock of House Furnish ing Goods 4 rooms full. Acme Washer. Remember 31ackledge is Here I OfLalUSaaJWords Ever Spoke in the Morn The Saddest are these, That SHoe Hurts my Corn. -: y . " -s.-t e : . . 1 - ' If you Jiaderi-; wearing a Packard foot-form shoe, that corn would Toiot,bave been there to hurt Packard Shoes, no corns. A. K. RUSS Corvallis, ' - ' Oregon. ! Corvallis' only exclusive Mens Furnishing Store . i5. horning, The Grocer i We are not inclined to spend much time in ( writing advertisements we prefer to let our goods j and customers speak for themselves. : . OUR TRADE IS GROWING FAST. i WE WANT YOUR TRADE. - ! rr-jr'A WILL ASSURE SATISFACTION ! : i v A scene from . ".Virginia" which will be produced by -Eckhardt's Ide ais,at.thafOpera House Sat .night; Careful attention , given knee hitting, interfering, lameness. ; Tre a t m e n t without extra charge. ' I Mai "1 4 BANKING. The First National Bank of Corval :;Ji8 .-.P'egour,: transacts a general conservative banking business. ' Loans money on approved secu rity.. Drafts bought and sold and money traneferredto the principal cities of the United States, Eu rope and foreign countries. DR. E. E. JACKSON Veterinary Surgeon Office Winegar & Snows Barn OfBce Phone Ind 328 " Bell 441 Resident " Ind 389 E. E. WILSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. H. S. PEENOT, Physician & Surgeon Office over postoffice. Residence Cor. Fifth and Jefferson streets. Honrs 10 to 12 a. m., 1 to 4 p. m. Orders' may be eft at Graham & - ham 'b drug store. J. FRED fATES ATTORKn l-AT-LAW. First Nat'l Bank Building, Only Set Abstract Books In Beaton County B. A. CATHEY Physician & Surgeon Office, room 14, Bank Bids'.' Honrsi lO H12wdlM4. Phone, offioe 83. . Residence 351. Corvallis, , , Oregon. E. R. Bryson, Attomeii-At-Law, G. R. FARE A, Physician & Surgeon, Office ap s:atriia S iraitf Bric'c Idence on the earner of VftUi Seventh st. Pine f i i ' ' i C. H. Newth, .... Physician and Surgeon .... Philomath, Oregon. fleui Jime ;ard for . O E. Taking effect January i, 19O6, the new time card of the C. & E. will be issued, changing the times of trains between Albany and Corvallis as follows: Leavs Albany for Corvallis : 8:00 a. m. 12:45 p. m. and 7"3S p. in- Leave Corvallis for Albany: 6:30 a. m. 11:30 a. m. and 6:00 p. m. Sunday Trains: . Leave Albany for Coavallis at 7:35 p. m. Leave Corvallis for Aiuany at 6:30 a. m'. The afternoon train leaving Albany at 2:40 p. m. will be discontinued. WILLAMETTE VALLEY Banking Company Corvallis, Oregon. Responsibility, $100,000 Deals In Foreign and Domestic Exchange. Bays County, City and School Warrants. Principal Correspondents. SAN FBANCISOO PORTLAND ; .( Xhe B.k o SBATT1.B. . r California TAOOMAr. .1 NEW TORK Messrs. J. IP. Morgan A Co. CHICAGO National Bank of The ltepub 11c. LONDON, ENG N M KotlmchUds Sods CANADA. Unlco Raub of Canada . Summons. In thi v'lrenit Court of the Stste of Oregou for Benton CouiUy. MvktlE Bun-son. lUaiutiCf.) orus - John T. BkSs..s, Pcf't. . To John l. Beusou, the above named deteud anl: In tlie njne of the State of Oreson, you are hereby sum moned aud required to appear and answer the complaint of the plhintiff In the above entitled suit in the above entitled court, now on lile in the ofiice of the clerk of said court on or ueiore the last day of the time preset ' .cd intbeordi-i f'-r publication of this summons made by Uie -. uuty judge of Benton county, elate of Oregon Iwhlch order Is hereinafter re ferred to to wit, March 23d. 1906, and von are hereby notified, that if you fail 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 her said complaint, namely, for a decree ot divorce from the said defendant forever resolv ing the marriage contract existing between the plaintiff and said defendant, and for such other further and different rule, order or relief, as to the court may seem proper'. This summons is published in .the Coivallts Thhes once a week for six successive mid con secutive weeks, beginning with the issue of February 9, .1900.. and ending with the issue of March 23s 1906, under and lu pursuance of the directions contained iu an order made by the Hon. Virgil E. Walters, county judge of Benton county; Oregon, being the-eoanty where the above entitled suit is pending in the above en titled circuit court, dated Februaiy 8, I90C. Dale oi -firjt rhblicatiou herof is February KW - '1. . . E. E YVIT.SON, : - - . " piatutifTs attorney.