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About The daily gazette-times. (Corvallis, Benton County, Or.) 1909-1921 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 23, 1909)
VOL. I. NO. 123
C0ON0IL WILL HEAR PROTESTS-
SPECIAL MEETING HELD TONIGHTTO GIVE PROTESTORS CHANCE TO
REMONSTRATE AGAINST IMPROVEMENTS. ? f
MAJORITY NORTH OF VAN BUREN HAVE SIGNED A PETITION
North Endersj Who Hive but Thirty-two Foot Street to Pave, Would Block the
Proposed Improvement There May Be Other Objections bnt It Will Prob
ably Require Referendum to Stop Paving Street Election. Would Probably
Result in Favor $ Progressionists. ... ... , 1 -' . ...
At the council chamber to
night the City Council vill hear
objection to the proposed paving
of Second street" fromt the Occi-J
dental Mill to V 'A" -street. That
there will be objection is certain,
the residents along the north end
of the street, in particular, being
the past 'ftw days contains the
follonamesr ' ' :
' F.'iY Quick, , .
' , Graham, '
Mrs.' Anna S. Bryant,
W P Minnr
Mrs. Gerber, -
' T7t o it
Kst rj- oiuau,
' ' J.i D.- Hamaker,
These . protest against the pav
ing of the, ' street north of Van
Buren, 'and they represent a ma
jority of- the residents there.
Those in that section who failed
to sign the petition are Pete Zie
roff, Mrs. G. W. Denman, L. G.
Pickel, G. 0. Bassett, Edward
Strange and another whose name
was not learned. '
; Other Objection.
It is also expected that opposi
tion from the extreme south end
will show up. It is said that
Friday- and Saturday
Entire change of program twice
It has been, and is being; con-,
stantly, demonstrated that. Cor-
vallis rds produce wonderful
fruit, but they can and do pro
duce .Vegetables just as superior.,
propertyholders on thp block be
tween Washington and ' "A"
streets are' opposed t9 the paving
oi insnr diock wun xne singly
exception of J. J. Bowser. Tay
lor Porter, J. T. Phillips aji&
Mrs W.'F. Groves own property
there. Howser is not' 6ri!y 'not
opposed, but violently fh favor of
the improvement.. T''. "
" Silteen Blocks.
"" The proposed' Improvement
embraces j sixteen blocks from
"A't street on the" South to Tay
lor streei ori the north,- 150 "fee'f
beyond the Occidental Mill. - Al
so Jackson from Second to Third,
Monroe from First to Third,
Madison from First ; to Third,
Jefferson from half way between
First and Second to Third. ' rf
The street from Van Buren
HON. B. W. JOHNSON,
postmaster pf Corvallis, "The
EGTS TO SALE
OF GUY PROPERTY
Dr. Harper Points to Lack of Fore-
"i sight in Contemplated Move.:
; According to your issue of the
zist inst. tne uity uouncil is a
bout to dispose of the lot in the
rear of Allen's drug store. This,
I think, is a great mistake, for if
Corvallis continues to grow in
the next five years as she has in
the last five we will need and
have to have a paid fire depart
ment, 1 with teanv sleeping
apartments, 'etc. ' In that case
there is no better location in the
City of Corvallis for such a de-
TO HAVE BIG TRIP TO CALIFORNIA
GAZETTE-TIMES WILL PA ALL EXPENSES OF TWO WEEKS' WINTER
TRIP FOR TWO YOUNG LADIES.
BENTON GIRLS WILL JOIN ' OTHER BOOSTER GIRLS ON TRIP
Continued on page two..
wins at portland
Hartsock and Taylor Animal Captures
First at Live Stock Show
City Beautif"' to be, elected j?ment ththe above lots.
, . v , ,ltis as near the center of the
KrooiniiTiT rT Tina KroainoTinq i r
Postmasters Association of , Ore
gon, at yesterday's session. ; ,.
Mr. Johnson was secretary-
business district as it is possible
to get. ,-' - . '
No doubt there is room in the
i TT -
wty nau ouuaing ior sucn a
treasurer ot the organization therj department at this present time,
past twp years, against his will,1 but it won't be many years ; be
and "8?rifie?d 'once more forp that bUjldingwill have to
This is one disadvantage of being., be .remodeled and all of .it . used
a good-looking, jnan .arid a jolly, f0r .other purposes.. - such, as
kgood fellow; ; --."" ' offices for" the' Municipal Judge,
' - i.Police Court, City ' Engineer,
A lirnV rill I ! Supterintendent, City Attorney,
Urn I UNr L J Water Clerk, jails, tool rooms,
II lull I I IIIL. , "et While the city" ought not
.--'' . . . m 1
to own property just ior renting
I purposes, still it ought to : keep
V' , . -what it already has u there is
Subscription Contest Now On Young Ladies Who Get Highest Number of Votei
. Will Be Given Two Weeks in Southern California, With all Expenses Paid.
Anyone can Get Into the RaceIt Will Be Worth the While to Spend Tw
Weeks In California this Winter. .
My stock is now complete, ready for-, any possible Chance of '
inspection.- There --will 1 - be-iiD"f 6rnia '
opening announcement. I am simply
ready for business. . My Hair-dressing
Department is in ch arge of an experi,
enced woman. My line is very com- -plete.
Ladies will find a .fine line of
patterns for embroidering. Instruc
tions given if required. ' '
r. j LAMODE,
1 Mrs. H. E. Wetherla.
151 Madison St. ' ' 22-t2
With this issue The Corvallis
Gazette-Times takes pleasure in
announcing the inauguration of
a popular subscription . contest, i
whereby two of the most, popu
lar young . ladies , of Benton
County will be enabled to .enjoy
a two weeks' tour of California.
The party, including representa
tives from the following papers:
Corvallis GazetteVTimes, pregon
Daily Statesman, Oregon: Teach
ers' Monthly, Pacific .Homestead,
Northwest ' Farm and Poultry
Journal, Semi-Weekly ' States
man and , the Albany . Daily
Herald, .will leave, here . during
the holidays, f or ; an ; extended
the . trip every courtesy and
accommodation will be extended
the members of the party. A
detailed account of the trip may
be found elsewhere in this issue.
For the ' past, few weeks the
management , of .. The Gazette
Times has been , makinsr the
necessary arrangements . for the
consummation of this plan and is
now in a position to make a com
plete announcement ' as to the
'conditions attending the contest
for -the benefit' of r, the. youn$y
lady, who desires to take this trij'.
without cost to , herself. . The:'
... . . I
neeamg fr:n f nKf nmia. : Rtnns will hi
ma de in' all the principal cities,
it 'in theBarTutur&'The'
nrnnpptv is so lnp.at.ed fhnf. it.
will bring in good rent ( until , 1 ncluding a three days' stop in
such time as the city needs it
Salem, Albany and Eugene, our
nearest larger cities, all 'have
paid fire departments and ; Cor
vallis must have one before
Jas. A. Harper
San Francisco and an entire
week in Los Angeles. -The party
will be chaperoned by Mrs.
William Fortmiller, of Albany,
and under the direction of an ex
perienced guide.; Throughout
main features of the contest are'
explained in the big ad. else
where in The Gazette-Times.
The contest begins with' this
issue and any young lady in
Benton county is eligible to
enter. The territory has been
divided into two districts, and
the lady who has the most votes
in her respective district when
Continued on page two
Walters Stock Co.
Of Four People
An original domestic .drama in one
act, "All's Well That Ends Well,"
pretty little story of a lovers' quarrel,
full of good heart interest, also a bit
of humor, making it a beautiful play
Garth, a young lover F. A. Walters;
Uncle John, an old lover W. S. Wis-
trand; Jessie, an orphan Mrs. F. A.
Walters; Auntie Hettie, tho. auntie
Miss Zelma Summers. - '.;
Aunt Hettie's cottage in Rhode Is
land The Open Gate For twenty
years You may close it now children.
Time the present. .
New Motion Picture
Once again is Pirus, the Hart-
sock and Taylor German coach,
a winner, this time at the great
ive stock" show at Portland. Mr!
Hartsock received word yester
day that his animal was awarded
first premiun in his class. Pirus
had as competitors a list of very
fine animals from the Ruby
stables and different sections of
the state but won with as much
ease as at the State fair last week,
and of course the owners of this
fine horse are jubilant It is far
from ; any1 discredit to Benton
county to have within its con
nnes tne nnest uoacn norse m
the state of Oregon.
A thrilling dramatic
dog-like devotion of a
story of the
And Potatoes Vines Seven Feet High,
Potatoes one foot long
"Niagara In Winter Dress"
i : ;
A. splendid scenic subject, taken last
, -wintet and showing the ice pack, the
falls, the gorge and the rapids. This
is one ot the most ; interesting hlms
1 ever displayed. : .
. ' ! ......
Special motion picture program Fir
day and Saturday. f
: This theater will be open the rest of
the season every night, changing pro
gram three times a week.
Potato vines seven feet high
and Burbank potatoes twelve in
ches in length how is that for
a Coryalhs , .garden ?J :.Qn the old
John Webster property at 15tti
and Van Buren there is to be
seen such a growth, but it can't
be seen longr "for; potato vines,
once they are dug up, are some
what perishable.- vln this garden
vegetable, are grown in every
month of the year either let
tuce, radishes or onions, and all
that is required to produce ' the
result is a little fertilizer, a little
water and a little elbow grease.
STYLE IS THE PROMINENT FEATURE OF THIS STORE
Customers Who Gome to this Store get Style and Quality
$21 Price $21
The superior quality
and smartness of Style
in r these Coats is so
pronounced that you
cannot fail to appreci
ate their true worth.
To see them is to be
convinced of all we
say in i their behalf.
Material used is black
broadcloth, are lined
to the waist line with
satin, full length and seven-eighth fit
ting, deeply laid plaits adorn the sides
as shown in illustration, back is made
with box plait below waist, fancy black
buttons are used for fastening and
CHILDREN'S SCHOOL HOSE IN FINE
TttIB, FAST BLACKS DOUBLE HEELS
AND JOES, ,20.tb 25c
72 inch bleached table lin
en, carnation pattern and all
linen, $1.25 yard. Napkins
to match, $4.00 dozen.
68 inch bleached damask,
; 35c yd.
68 inch half bleached lin-
en. - ouc ya
Linen crash toweling,
lOand lsc yd.
.. Good huck towels,
;i v ' 10c each
Bleached bath towels, '
T i 10 and 25c
Silkolines, all pretty pat
terns, 1 12V2C yd.
Beautiful pattern creton, r
10 and 12V2C yd.
New assortmentv flanneU,
,ette, i 10 and IZV-jc yO.
'Beautiful VelouT flannels,
( -' 16and'.yd.,
A SAFE PLACE TO TRADE
Hair Rolls in the
The shaped Hair
Roll, extra thick,
thick centers taper
ing at the ends and
covered in all the
natural shades. We
have a most com
plete line of Hair Switches in all the natural
M erode Underwear for
Ladies and Children
This is the only store here where you can
buy this splendid Hand Finished Underwear
for Women and Children. . We have it in two
piece or union suits. All Prices. 'Good Values.
Pure Food Department
. j Fresh Vegetables Every . Day. ' ,
Fresh Butternut Bread Every Dayl
I. Van Duzer's Extract is the Best
All Orders Promptly Filled
BUCKLES, BROOCHES,COLLAR PINS
AND HAT PINS IN BEAUTIFUL ORI
ENTAL FASHIONS IN GOLD AND
SILVER : .