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CORVALLIS, BENTON COUNTY," OREGON, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1909
VOL I. NO. 121
PRICE FIVE CENTS
BOARD OF HEALTH , AND COM
MITTE MAKES INVESTIGATION.
CLEAN UP SECOND. STREET
J SomtT Buildings Jbrfere TorDownJ
Others Repaired and Man) Bck
Yards. Ordered Cleaned. A List of
the Properties Affected.
City Engineer Ordtred to Get Busy on
Preparatory Work!" WiE Tate in
" AM Available Territory, v , Council
Will Sell Property.
s The most important matter
before the city council, las fright
-was the' reporf 0f .-the Health,
' Fire," Light and Water Committee.'
This comnifttee ' which is cohv
posed of Dr. H. S. Pernot, J. B.
Irvine, Wm. Bogue, Gl A. Rob-
inson ' and A. B. Cordley' made
. some strenuous recommendations
We, the committee, beg to re
port as follows: -' - ' -
In block No. 3 on lots 11 and
, 12, original town of Marysville,
now f Corvallis, Hathaway Bros,
barn in rear, which we recom
mend to be removed and prop
erty cleaned up. ' '
r On south lot 10 in same block
Willamette Valley ' Co. ' should
' clean up in rear-
On north half of lot 10 in same
"L16ck.O.,-J: Biacktedge; agent! we
recommend that the house be
torn down and lot cleared off en
tirely. ' ;
On lot 9 in same block, Ingle
& Tozier, all. the old snacks in
rear of main building should be
torn out and cleaned up.
On lot 8 same block, Masons
we recommend tnat they re
. move all old lumber and clean up
On lot 5 block 9, Pauline
Kline, owner, on account of the
rotten condition of the building
and danger of fire, we recom
mend that that part of same now
occupied by Jake Blumberg be
be removed. Futher that the
part occupied by McGee, the
rear sned be torn on and moss
torn off of roof.
On lot 4 same block, David
Whaley, owner, J we . recommend
that the shed in rear.be removed
and yard cleaned up.
On lot same block, Smith &
Graham, owners, should- remove
an old. building in the rear and
clean up back premises.
On lot 257 feet block No. 4,
Harper Meckliri, owner, should
remove the old shacks in rear
and clean up lot.
On lot same block, Mr.
Hemphill, owner, we recommend
that the old shacks on rear of
premises be removed and cleaned j
On lot same block, Fischer,
owner, - we recommend that all
the wooden structures in rear of
brick buildings (excepting the
"wood shed attached ' to Graham
& Wortham Drug Store) be re
moved, and also that the unoccu
pied upper story be cleaned up.
, On lot 'same block, M-' S.
. woodcock, . , owner,, we recom
mend that the ' rear part of the
, Occidental Hdtel be cleaned up
and kept in a more sanitary con
lition than it is at the present
.. time. . :
On lot block 5, Metzger and
Hodes, owners, we recommend
, that they clean up in. rear.
' On lot same block, Kemp
and Porter, owners, should clean
up in rear.
' President tf-att to Visit the A.-Y.-P.
Exposition Sept. 29 to Oct. 1,
COUNCIL ORDERS CEMENT AND
WOODEN WALKS PUT DOWN.
AfILL EXTEND CITY LIMITS
At the council meeting last
night .many wooden walks, were
condemned and otners ordered
A cement ,walk' was ordered
aid on the east side of Fourth
between Monroe and Jackson.
Jun Osbqrn nas his walk in
there, out there is no vwaik on
either side of his property. -..-:
In front of Harding property
between A and B streets. ..
East side of Ninth ' between
Madison and Jefferson, connect
ing withthe George Smith prop
South side of Tyler between
Second and Third, and north, side
of .Tyler ;: between , Third v. and
Fourth. w . , ,
Wooden -walks were ordered
coustructed in the ; vicinity of
the North School as f olle ws
West side ot .loth between
Van Buren and Polk. ;
South side of Polk between
17 th and lath. Three cross
t w 1
10 Lniarge. , When papers report the prices
The city engineer was ordered at which land is offered for public
to survey, ana . prepare descrip
tions, for annexation of territory
west and south of Corvallis. It
is the intent to place the west
line of the corporate limits at the
Catholic cemetery, thence south
to Oak creek, thence east, tak
ing in all property . south . of
Marys river. . This may . be
changed somewhat before finally
adopted. . n
It was ordered that the city
property at the rear of the Al
len & Woodward drug- store be
sold, and sealed bids , will be
asked for. . , . ..
, - " .
i 'v. ' I buildno- FSStax Ji,J.. .i: r.., aitMSSSitJ;a
LOCAL ORGANIZATION WILL SEND
PEOPLE TO CONVENTIONS.
GETTING READY FOR CAMPAIGN
LNew Officers Elected for Ensuing Year
and Delegates to Coming Convea
tions Selected Considerable En
thusiasm Being Manifested.
THE RESIDENT WILL' ADDRESS A MONSTER CROWD IN THE NATURAL AMPH
. THEATRE DURING HIS -VISIT TO THE EXPOSITION.
PRESIDENT WILLIAM 0 WARD TAFT is to be the principal actor in a varied interesting
program, which awaits-him': upon his arrival at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition in Seattle
" from September. 29 tojOctober l. From the moment Bill Taft sets foot on the paved walks
of the exposition he will have" to hurry to keep pace with the various events in which he is scheduled
to take part;- His activities will have a wide range, too. And, then, the president's good nature is
'proverbial and his lieutenants havej sent on word that the president will do his part to make the day
a big success. His most formal appearance on the exposition grounds will be at a reception in the
'.' Washington state building at the official banquet,," Following in line will be his initiation into the
Arctic Brotherhood. the Alaj! fraternal association. . TTie president will also find time to address a
monster crowdOn the Natural Amphitheatre mush down" the Pay Streak,-attend an elaborate luncheon,
visit the United States government buildings and the Igorrote village. . K -.
September 30 at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition will be one of the president's busiest days in
the west and the people will be given every opportunity to see and hear him during his visit to the fair.
I On lot same block, J. N.
Mc adden, 'r owner, we recom
mend that the Hotel Corvallis,
occupied by Chas. Baker, be
cleaned up in rear -and kept in
more sanitary condition than
formerly. - ' y
On lot block 6, Harding and
H odes, owners, we recommend'
that the rear of buildings be
cleaned up. ' ::; 5f ' ;
On lot same block, . White
side, owner," we recommend that
the rear part of the Palm Cafe
be cleaned up and kept in a more
sanitary condition. ' . -
.Dr. Bell's Soda Works. -
We further recommend that
the Health Committee be author
ized to make arrangements with
Miss Isabelle Smith, who is start
ing : a i hospital in f CorvalUs, - to
take care of all -parties having
contagious1 diseases and others
whom it is the -duty of the city
to provide for at its expense.
Says the Forest Grove (Wash
mgton, ' county). News: ; Good
roads are money "well spent,, and
dollars could be expended jherej
dimes are - now. in Washington I
county." True for-'you bui
how the non-resident holders of
idle lands in Washington county
would kick at the assessments!
purposes the assessed
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should alo be given. It would
also be interesting and instructive
to mention what use these sites
and tracts are put to and what
the owners have done to make
them so valuable.
At the meeting of the W. C,
T. U. held last Friday, the year'a
report of officers and superintend
ents showed increasing interest,
added membership and enlarging
plans for the coming year. Mrs,.
Helen D. Harford, State Vice-
President, was present and added .
much to the interest of the meet
ing. The following officers were
chosen for the coming year:
President, Mrs. Sarah Cau
thorn; vice president at large,
Mrs. G. O. Bassett; correspond
ing secretary, Mrs. L. L. Brooks;
recording secretary, Mrs. A, L.
Foster; treasurer, Miss Nancy
Delegates to the county -con
vention to be held at Philomath,
Chipman, Crees, Ingle, : Brooks, ',
Bassett, Rickard, Tharp, Foster,
. Delegates to the state conven
tion which meets in Hood River,
October 5 to 8: Mesdames Sarah
Ca'uthorn, W. E. Smith, William
Crees and Miss Nancy Campbell,
. : Continued on page two. , -
NEW FALL CLOTHING
El VERY Man having regard for his personal appearance should be in-,
terested in his Fall suit, and in making his selection why not
get one you can depend upon both for style and wearing qual
ity? - Most men know Stein-Bloch Clothing. They are in a class alone.
The man or young man who wishes to dress stylish and in perfect good taste
can find the correct clothes here for we do not depend upon the one man
ufacturer for our styles, but we have three of the best brands made in the
United States to choose ; from. Call and permit us to show you the new
Fall styles. The brands. we carry run from
$12.50 to $45.00
. Agency for
A SATE PLACE TO TRADE