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Official Connty Paper.
FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 10, 1907
WHEAT PRICES RAISING.
WAS NOT MENINGITIS.
Ptomaine Poisoning Cause
Arthur Belknap' Death The
Statement of Portland physician:
'l am thoroughly familiar with, all
the details attending the case of Ar
thur Belknap, who died . yesterday
morning. I was called to see him
Monday morning at 9 o'clock and
found neither spinal nor brain dis
turbances, . He complained of un
easiness in the intestinal tract, had
a temperature of 103, and his fever
ish condition presaged a case of
ptomaine poisoning. I saw the pa
tient again at 6 P. M. and learned
that during the afternoon he had
several vomiting spells, and his
condition otherwise only strength
ened my first diagnosis of ptomaine
poisoning. There was not even a
single indication of the usual symp
toms of meningitis.
I acqnainted his friend3, who
were present, with the fact that the
case was a very serious one, and
requested them to notify me by tel
ephone, a few hours later as to how
he was progressing. About 9 o'
clock some one phoned me and said
that his family physician had re
turned and I readily consented to
have him take charge of the case.
The very next morning I learned
that the patient had died and that
the cause of his death. had been giv
en as spinal meningitis.
A great deal has been printed of
late regarding this malady and ma
ny of our citizens have been need
lessly alarmed. As in the case at
hand, there is hardly any excuse
and certainly no cause . for the at
tending physician to aggravate an
already overwrought public senti
ment,".' ; ;.,r
The foregoing statement appear
ed in yesterday s Oregonian over
the signature of A. Tilzer, M. D.,
and is self explanatory. The mala
dy has been accepted all along as
spinal meningitis, and because of
the contagious character of the dis
ease, the funeral arrangements were
conducted accordingly. The re
mains were in a sealed casket, which
was not opened after leaving Port
land. Even the lid of the outer
box was not removed. Telegraph
ic inquiry was made to the Portland
authorities if it could be removed at
the grave, but permission was de
nied. The boiy was not present
at the funeral which occurred in
the First Methodist church at 10:
30 yesterday. The remains arrived
from Portland .Wednesday noon,
and the funeral party was met at
the station by the cadet regiment
and band and escorted to the late
home. The college flag was at half
mast dnrug the ceremony and so
remained until after the funeral in
honor of its graduate dead.
At the funeral, a large concourse
of friends attested the high esteem
in which the young man was held.
The service was conducted by Rev.
Feese and was very impressive.
The floral offerings were among the
finest.evex lsees.,3t!,qqalji funeral.
Twelve members of his 'graduating
9jas3 were prsen,t and 1;heir ofEeripg
was a handsome floral piece. ,Tbe
"Atnicitia society of whiqh he was a
leading member during his student
ship in college sent a delegation and
their floral offering was conspicuous
by its beauty. Another was l?y the
Sorosis society, the sister, society of
the Amicitias," and a very hand
some embfem came .from, his, late
co-workers in the. city... engineers
corps in ; Portland ,wUh, whom, he
was popular. " Other' piece? were by
the Epworth League, the Feronian
Literary society at the college, hs
Sunday school class at the Metho
dist cburch, the pupils in his sis
ter's room at the public schools,
and offerings from scores of friends.
The cards and ribbons from the
floral offerings when removed at the
grave aggregated several bushels.
The interment was in. v Crystal
Lake cemetery" beside the grave of
me iainer,, . jvi. iseiKnap, wno
died Jtbo,ut j J years ago..The.sur
viving members of the family' are
the widoweid m'othe'r, a' sister and a
brother. In the passing? of this
widow s son, but now arrived, at
the threshold of --manhood, and
possessed of those graces andfvif;
tues of mind to make his living
worth while, to the home in" which
e.asVaol'l'pornt gj factor,,,.there
is manifestation of how mysterious
and how ununderstandable are the
ways of death. f ; ; - 5
There Is a Big Export Demand
for Wheat and Flour. !
Wheat is 63 and 65 in the local
market. The higher figure is for
grain delivered at the - mills from
the wagon. The advance is due to
a big demand ; for . export..,. ...The
price in Portland has soared to 7 3
for Valley, and 85 for Western Or
egon. , There's a good prospect of
even better figures- The crop is
shortened in California, and in ma
ny other states dispatches in the
metropolitan papers relate that but
three per cent of the usual acreage
is sown in JNorth Uafcota and u
was snowing there Wednesday.
Farmers were ploughing in the snow
with only a chance that they could
get their fields seeded in time to
raise a crop. The like in that state
has never been known before. Esti
mates are, that the crop of the coun
try will be the lightest .. in . years.
Along with it is an unprecedented
demand for flour, for export to the
Oiient. The Corvallis mills is ov
erwhelmed with export orders and
is running night and day, "but even
under these strenuous operations is
unable to keep up with orders. The
price for shipment abroad is much
better than for " the home trade.
What change might come to . alter
the situation and usher in lower
prices again nobody knows, but at
the present time the prospects for
good wheat prices this season are
flattering beyond the usual.
Do you know John
jno. 9 meets all in and out going
trains? No! Yes and he tends to
all your baggage and small parcels
with prompt delivery. Please call
Res. 251 or office. 130. "
Bids will be received by the coun
ty court up to 11 o'clock a. m.,"
May 18, 1937, for making fill in
the county road near the J. M.
Currier farm, according to specifi
cations now on file in the Clerk's
office. The court reserves the
right to reject any or all bids. By
order of the county court.
T. T. VINCENT.
. , ,- Clerk.
For Chief of Police,
I herewith announce myself as a can
didate for the office of Chief of police,
subject to the will of the i-otera . J . W .
National Steel Ranges,
Kempin's new store north
Notice of Final Account.
THE BRIDGE COLLAPSED.
And Farmer and Team Went Down
One Horse Killed Wants Damages.
Notice Is hereby given that I have filed In the
county court of tbe state of Oregon, for the coun
ty ot Benton, my final account as administratrix
ol the estate of Harvey Eugene Burns,
deceased, and that Saturday, the 8th day
of June, 1907, at 10 o'clock A. M., and the court
room of said conn, have been appointed by said
court as the time and place for ihe healing of
the final account and the settlement thereof.
IDA A. BURN8.
Administratrix of the estate of Harvey Eugene
- Dale of first publication. May 7, 1907.
Date of last publication, Mav 28, 1907.
I Grandma Feese left yesterday
linger or for a visit at Olympla, Washington .'
A band hps been engaged for
the All Benton-School-fair., ,,The
committee is to take up in a few
days the matter of cheap railroad
rates for the event. ; '
' Charles Armstrong of Beaver
Creek and Miss Daisy Cochran of
Ripley, Ohio were married at .the
Methodist parsonage Wednesday,
Rev. Feesee officiating.
One of the most cowardly and
dastardly attempts of incendiarism
was discovered as Monroe Wednes
day by Ed. I,ooney, who is with A.
Wilhelm & Sons. ' The fiend
had planned well to burn the entire
business property of the firm hav
ing saturated grain bags with oil
and placed them in the center of a
building formerly, used as drug
store, but now occupied for ware
bouse purposee. That a conflag
ration was avoided is a miracle, for
the fire burned fe-eral holes thr
ough the floor. The owners have
strong suspicion as to the perpet
retor's indentity, and are now hav
ing the matter investigated, with
great hopes of bringing the guilty
parties to justice.'
The accounts are that Benton
county is to , be , con
fronted with a demage suit
unless a bill of damages is paid to a
farmer living in the north end of
the county. The occasion is the
collapse of a bridge over Thornton
Lake, two miles west of Albany,
which went down Saturday , precip
itating .a farmer, his;. wagon, team
and a load of wood into the bottom
of the lake. . Tbe farmer is Marion
Bailey, who resides about- three
miles from Wells in the direction of
Albany. With his nephew he was
ea route to Albany with a load of
wood. As the outfit passed over
the bridge it collapsed completely,
dropping: everything, wagon, driv-'
er, wood and horses into a heap a
distance of a dozen feet below. For
tunately there wasbut two feetofwa
terat the bottom which is supposed
to have mitigated the effects of the
collapse . As it was, one of the
horses was billed, and Mr. Bailey
sliehtlv injured. The bridge "was
32 feet long and is described by. a
farmer who uses it ' occasionally as
in very bad condition. It is said
that a resident of the neighborhood
who passed over it a few days ago,
predicted that the county would yet
have a damage bill to pay if repairs
were not speedily made. Mr. Bail
ey, who figured in the accident, has
made tie statement that he 4will
bring.suit if the Benton county
court doesn't settle. Mr. "Bailey
has resided in the neighborhood for
the past six years, having come to
Benton from Eastern Washington.
WILL HAVE LIVESTOCK SHOW.
Raising Funds Now Prizes! for all
Kinds of farm Animals, f-
i It looks now as' if Corvallis
would have a big livestock show.
The movement for it has gained
great impetus, and -sentiment is
rapidly developing. A general
committee has been appointed,' and
is W. A. Savage, chairman, Grant
gin; W."'; H.- - Currin, Henry
Ambler andT. K.Fawcett.. .The
date has been set for June 7th "u and
8th., An, effort.., will be made
to raise $506 of 'which $200 is
already subscribed for prizes. ;The
prizes will go for horses, poultry,
cattle, sneep, and noes, it is
planned for sheep, poultry and
swine exhibits to be made in pens
in a side street next to the side
walks, the pens to be provided by
the committee. This feature will
be carried out if permission can be
secured , of the council to use the
streets. " A fact of interest is that
Chairman' Savage ,of the committee
has heen ylentifiedlor years I with
exhibits at the state fair. He was
at many fairs in charge of ' the
pavilion. He was in charge of
Marion county exhibit at; the
Lewis & Clark. His ex
perience' is counted on to make
the proposed livestock show in
Corvallis a stem winder.
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: Drink v Maltld Milk Frappe at
the Palace of Sweets.
Get ood garden, timothy clover
all kinds of field seeds at Zierolf 's.
FOR SALE, Furniture, carpets,
wall paper, opposite Hotel Corvallis,
A, H. Ksmpin.
Notice of Administrator's Sale,
Notice Is hereby g:ven that the undersigned
fidinitiiTrn.ior of tne estttte of T. Eaenton Hoes.
dtcijased, pursuant to an order of the County
Court of Boti'on County. State of Oreeon, made
an( entered in the mnttt-r of the snid estate on
the 13th day 0 April, 1V07, will Irom and after
tne 25tn day of May. 190, otter for sle and pro
ceed to sell, at private Bale, for exsh In hand.
BUbject to the confirmation ot said County Court
the following described real property belonging
to said estate, towlt :
Lots Five (5) and Six (6) in Block Five (5) and
jjui uoe ) 111 J31UCK six y) lit me town 01 uor
vallls: Lots Five (&) and Six (61 in Block Two r21
of fractional river blocks in Avery's Addition to
uorvams, isenion county, Oregon.
. The following property situated in Polk Conn
ty Oregon, towlt: Beginning at a point twenty
six (26) rods east of the southeast corner of Lot
nnmoerea inree 13) in fractional block One (1)
in Folk County. Oregon: running thence north
j! our (4; roas, tnence east to tne Willamette riv
er, thence south Four (4) rods, thence West to
tne place 01 Deginning.
: That certain river lot four rods wide by eight
ruos long ana tne Duiiaing cnereon. ana situated
directly nocth of and adjoining . the river lot
formerly owned by Smith & Vanduyn, and con-
vt-jreu uy mum w x. x,;euLoii nogs, DOtn 01 saia
lots, the one here described, and the one con
veyed by said Smith is Vitnduyb.belne situated
on the west bauk of tbe Willamette river at ln-
The following real property in Lincoln coun
ty: Lot numbered Two (2).. section Thirty-one
yoxtt wuiiweBi uuarter or me norsuwest
quarter of section Thirty, two- (32) ; Lot No. -One.
(i) section inirty-one(3i); jtortnwest quarter of
the northwest quarter of section Thirty-two (32) ;
En st one-half of the southwest Quarter of section
Twenty-nine (29), and east one-half of the norttir
west quarter ot section xnirty-two (32) ; the
west onemaii or tne fontnwest quarter of sec
tion Twenty-nine (29); Lots Three (3) and Fou
(l)of section Thirty (30); Lot No. One (1) or)
eeuuuu iiiaei-eeu I iy ljQt nnumoerea Two (
section Mneieen (19): Lot numbered Three (3)
ui awnyun lueweu nj ; ana tne soutnwest quar
ter of the sou thwest quarter of section Twentv
(20) and west one-half of the northwest quarter
of section Twenty-nine (29) and lots One (1) and
Two (2) of section Thirty (30): the south one
half ot the north-east quarter of the southeast
quarter of section Fourteen (14); the southeast
quarter oi tne sontneast quarter ot section Twenty-three
(23) ; the southwest quarter of the south
west quarter of section Twenty four (24); the
soutneast quarter oi tne northwest quarter, the
south naif of the northeast quarter, and the
northeast quarter of the southeast quarter of
section Twenty-six (26) ;" the northwest quarter
ui tne nonnwes. quarter ot section Twenty-six
(26); tne norttieast quarter of the .northwest
quarter oi section Twenty-six f26) tbe southeast
quarter oi tnenqrinwest quarter or section Twen
ty-ti.re (Zu); me norm naif of the southwest
quartm, ana tne soutneast quarter of the south
west quarter of section . Twenty-three f231 : Lots
1,2, vi. 3 iu section 28. ' ' All of the tide and ov-
er-niw.'d lands on the shore of Yaqulna Bay in
front i-l Lot Eight (8) in section 27, and 'Lots
1. 2, an-t 3 in Section 28, and lying between the
mennder line of said lots on Yaqulna Bay and
low w iter mark, covering about 23 60 acres; the
undivided one-half interest In lots numbered 1
and 2 and the south half of the northwest quarter
of section 10. all situated in township 11 Smith,
Range 11 West of the Willamette- Meridian lu
Lincoln County. Oregon.
Also the following real property situated in Ben
ton, Polk and Lincoln Counties, Oregon, to-wit:
Allot Section Thirty-one (31) in Township 10
South, Bange.6 West; Sputb Half of Northeast
Quarter; Northwest Quarter of Southeast Quarter
aud Northeast Quarter of Southwest Quarter of sec
tion 11, Township 11 South, Range 6 west; Lots 1
and 2 and tbe .North Half of tbe Northwest Quarter
of Section 15 in Township 11 South, Range 6 West;
the West Half of the Southwest Quarter, East Half
of the Southeast Quarter of Section 33, Township 12
ouubii, mpgeii west; vao nest iiaiioitne ri on, lo
west Quarter of Section 19, . Township 11 South,
Kanire 7 West: South Half of Southeast Quarter.
and South Half of Southwest Quarter of Section 29,
Township 9 South, Range 8 West; all of Section 81,
Township 9 South. Range 8 West; all of Section 33.
Township 9 South, -Range 8 West; North Half of
Northwest Quarter, Southeast Quarter of North
west Quarter ot Section 3, Township 11 South,
Ranee 8 West; East Half of Southeast Quarter.
East Half of Northeast Quarter, Northwest Quarter
oi nortneast wuaner ana ..ncrtnwest uuarter ot sec
tion 19, Township 10 South, Ranae 9 West; all of
section 21, xownsnip luaontn Kange R west; all of
Section 23, Township 10 South, Range 9 Weat; North
Half of Southeast Quarter of Section 25, Township
11 South. Range lo East;' Southwest Quarter of
Southeast Quarter, West half of Northwest Quarter
and Southwest Quaiter of Section 19, Township 12
soum, cauge o west; souin nail oi section 9,
Township 11 South, Range 9 West'; Southeast
Quarter of Northeast Quarter of Section 1, Town
ship 11 South, Range 8 West; Southwest Quarter
of Northeast Quarter of Section 1, Township 12
South. Ranee o West v
Offers for the purchase'of said real property
in ay be made to me in writing at my office in
the Zierolf Building, ( orvallis, Oregon; from
and after the 25th day of May, 1907; , and the
said sale will be concluded by me on Friday,
the Si si day of May 1907, at my office for the
best offer by me received up to and at that time.
Sated this 26th day of April, 1907. "
' J. Fred Yates,
Administrator of the estate of T Egenton Hogg,
Card of Thanks.
Through the columns of this pa
per Mrs. Beldnap and family de
sire to express their sincere appre
ciation and heartfelt thanks for the
many kindnesses and expressions
of sympathy shown them by their
friends during their recent bereave
NEW ADS TODAY.
THE McCORMICK CATA
LOGUE contains something of
value and interest to everyone
needing harvesting machines. Call
and secure one at Huston's hard
ware Store. '
BEST paying business in Corvallis
for money invested. Less than
$500.00 buys it. Good reasons
for selling. Inquire at this office.
, For City Treasurer,
T hereby announce my self as a
candidate a for office of City .Treas
urer of Corvallis, sebject to, will of
voters, at coming election. t
'Old Arkansas" Coming Soon.
' This beautitnl story of the Ar
kansas hills, with an excellent caste
and lots of specialties, will be the
attraction ' at the , Opera House on
May 21. "Old Arkansas" is own
ed and presented by the same man
agement as the "Missouri Girl."
WANTED Gentlemen or lady to
travel for Mercantile House of
$250,000 capital. If desirable
the home may .be used as head
quarters, -Weekly salary of
og2 per year and expensesi . Ad
dress J.,A. Alexander, 125 Ply
mouth Place, Chicago, 111. it
WANTED, an experienced girl or
woman to do general housework.
Apply to Mrs. B. F. Irvine. tf
MONEY to loan on approved security
Apply to S, L.Kline agent.
FOR SALE Baled vetch hay. Al
so some timothy. R. F. D. 1.
Corvallis. Phone 5, Granger.
FOR SALE., one nearly new top bugtry
leather top and cushions, Dickie plat
ed hub irons costing $85 00, will sel
- for 60 dollars if taken before April 1
aleo seven tons cheat hay baled.
Phone. 655. L. L. Brooks. :
LO VT, ! Wednesday, a purse con
tain:ng monev and a coil spring.
Return to Times office and receive
reward.' , ," 2t
" For Chief of Police, jj
"V hereby announce myself as
a candidate .for. the office of Chief
of Police of Corvallis, subject to
the will of the voters at the coming
; Notice for Publication. ,
Uniied States Laid Office: 1
-. ' ' . M J J ' v J Ttosebur. Or.. Feb. "1907.
' Notice is hereby given that Incompliance with
the Drovisiong of the act of cOnsress of Jnn 3.
1878, entitled 'An act for the sale of timber lands
in the states of California, Oregon, Key ad a. and
Washington Territory,' as extended to all the
Public Land States by aet of Aufrast 4, 1892,
James W, Walters of Monroe, county of Benton
state of Oregon, has this dav filed in this office
bis Bworn statement No. 7817 for the purchase of
tne norm i-i oi nortnwest 1-4 ot section no. si m
Township H S, Bange No. 6 'W, and will offer
proof to show that the land sought is more valu
able for its timber or stone than for agricultural
purposes, ana to establish his claim to said land
before connty clerk and clerk of county court of
Benton county, at his office at Corvallis, Oregon,
on Thursday tbe 16th day of May, 1907,
a9 names as witnesses:-
. Ellis Hammer of Monroe, Oregon
. Mauley Buckingham o " .
Bvron Woolrldge. ot " "
Clyde Graves. of " "
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above described lands are requested to file their
claims in this office on or before said 16th day of
may, iwi. cjikjauum i nuu x ,
Clover and timothy at ZieroU's.
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' - Notice of Final Settlement
In the County Court of the State of Oregon for
In the Matter of the E-t ite
' of :. . . ; -I -
Ann Compton, deceased, . -
. NOTICE is hereby Riven that the undersigned
as executor of tbe estate and last will and testa
ment of Ann Oompton, dec&sed, has filed with
the Clerk of the above entitled -court his final
account as su h executor and the fx id Court hag
fixed and appointed Saturday the 11th day of
May, 1907, at the hour of II - o'clock in the fore
noon of said day as tne time, and the County
Judge's office in the County Court house In Cor
vallis, said Benton Connty as the place for bear
ing objections, if any, to said account and the
settlement thereof. All persons interested and
desiring to object to said account are thereby no
titled to appear and file their objection In writing
thereto at said time and place. - -Dated
this 12th daytaf April, 1907. ' ' '
JAMES J. rXETT,
In fact nothing goes with our coffee but cream, stiear and
P. M. ZIEROLF.
;-Sole agent for s r t . ,
Chase & Sanborn Higb Grade
. As executor of
the estate of Ann Compton,
, AnnnaJ Picnic.
The Saver Camp of M: W,:.A
will eive their 7th annual picnio at
Ridder'e grove 2 12 miles south of
Suver May 25.
L J. MOSES.
Beginning May 1st there wiH be something -doing" in.; our De
partment Store you will find us as usual up and a-coming in our great
Reduction Sale for May.. Call inland we. will convince you.
R. J. MOSES & SON