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About The daily gazette-times. (Corvallis, Benton County, Or.) 1909-1921 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 9, 1909)
All the markets of the country have been drawn
on to supply the big lines of
MERCHANDISE WE ARE NMD IS PLAYING-
The exclusiveness in our Shoe Department; al
ways giving the newest novelties and the best
shoe for the money, is proven by the big sales
we are making in this line. This season's show
ing assures that the past satisfactory sales will
LADIES' SHOES. Our patent colt with all the late
toes and colored tops, $3.00 to $4.00
ttc win give yvu. uic ucsi viu luus cuiucuau H1C
heavier trades of shoes in lace and button from
$1.50, to $3.50. ALL GUARANTEED.
MEN'S AND CHILDREN'S SHOES, aiid in fact every
thing in the way of leather footwear can be seen
in our Shoe Department.
COME AND SEE
The partnership of Johnson and John
son, owners of the Toggery, Corvallis,
Oregon, has been this day dissolved,
R. C. Herron having acquired the in
terests of J. C. Johnson and B. W.
Johnson in the business, which will be
hereafter conducted by C. V. Johnson
and R. C. Herron, under the firm name
of Johnson & Herron, ' The latter
firm assumes and the liabilities of the
v - Johnson & Johnson.
Johnson & Herron
; Corvallis, Ore., Sept, 1, 1909 9-3-10t
Opens Sept. 7th
The Academy 'of Our Lady of
Perpetual Help will re-open on
September 7th. By means of the
new addition and the remodeling
of the building the school is now
equipped with all modern im
provements, and with a corps of
competent teachers may be-de
pended upon to do thorough work
both in the grades and high school
For particulars apply to; Sister
Superior, 225 West Ninth St,
Albany, Oregon. 8-19 to 9-19.
Homes Newport Property.
Sixty choice lots more or less in New
port, Oregon, (one of the most health
ful and popular- summer and winter re
sorts) for sale or will exchange for oth
er good property.' Property near Cor
vallis preferred. Will supply funds to
buyer's of these lots to build homes
thereon. Address M. S. ; Woodcock,
Corvallis, Oregon. thrars. tf
REST R0L1P -RECUPERATE
At the Seashore
Is a delightful resort and a happy combination of pleas
ure ground possibilities.' An ideal climate diversion of
recreation perfect bathing boating fishing riding driv
ing, and exploring, make Newport a most charming and
popular play ground.
Southern Pacific Co.
Special Summer Excursion Rate to Newport of
From CORVALLIS, OREGON
Ask for our booklet "Outings in Oregon."
R. C. LINVILLE,, Agent, CORVALLIS, ORE.
WM. M'MURRAYr General Passenger Agent
. Portland, Oregon
LADIES' TAILORED SUITS-A big line
MEN'S AND BOYS' TAILORED SUITS-FuU stock
EVERYTHING IN THE DRY GOODS LINE
To be found in an up-to-date store .
J. H. HARRIS
GEO. W. DENMAN
Attorney at Law
Office in Fischer building, over Graham
& Wortham drug store
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"THE SCHOOL OF QUALITY"
Tenth and Morrison, Portland, Oregon g g A. P. Armstrong, LL.B., Principal
Old in years, new in methods, admittedly the high-standard
commercial school of the Northwest. Open all the year. More
calls for help than we can meet position certain. Class and
individual instruction. Bookkeeping from written forms and by
office practice. Shorthand that excels in every respect. Special
penmanship department. Write for illustrated catalogue.
Biggest and Best Paper in the Willamette Valley
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Clothes. For all wool quality, for
style, for excellence of tailoring
and correctness of fit, there's
nothing to match them.
THE SECOND ANNUAL
Oregon's Biggest Show!
Admission' 50 cts.
6 Horse Races Daily
National Live Stock Exhibits "
Balloon Racing ; ;
Fascinating Midway -Attractions
A Question the CoHege Professor Could
Not Decide Himself.
There Is a highly esteemed professor
in one of the big colleges who is even
more absentminded than most genius
es." His son is a student in the same
college. At the beginning of a lecture
to his class one morning a look of
perplexity overspread the professor's
face, and his hearers noted that his
thoughts seemed to be wandering from
the subject he was discussing. At
length he paused for a moment and
quietly requested that his son be sum
moned without delay. The young ''stu
dent, startled by such an unusual mes
sage from his father, hastened to him.
expecting to find him dead or dying.
The professor had not finished his lec
ture by the time his son arrived, and
was explaining things in his usual
clear andconvincing manner. . At last
the son succeeded in attracting his fa
ther's attention. - and this 'extraordi
nary dialogue took place: . t ,
"John, I am surprised," growled the
distinguished educator. . "What do yon
mean by interrupting me. in this way?"
' "Why. father, don't you remember?
,Yqu sent for me to come at once."
"Oh, yes, to be sure. Now I recol
lect ' It was my ' fear of annoying -your
mother. ' You know how it distresses
her, dear soul,' if I fail to appear at
my meals. I got thinking about this
when I started lecturing this morning,
and I sent for you to set my doubts at
rest.. .John, please tell me have I had
my breakfast yet this m6rnlng7" New
FIREWORKS will be the most gorgeous and magnificent py
rotechnic display ever seen on this Coast. This will interest the
whole family. . , ! '. "V- "
REDUCED RATES ON ALL" ROADS
Prepares young people for' bookkeepers stenographers, correspon
dents and general office work. The development of the Northwest
wiiraffordopehifigs for thousands in the next few years. ' Prepare
no w. Send for catalogue. , -
W. I. STALEY, Principal
Not Even the First Step.
Mr. Morse, having bought a new bi
cycle of the most Improved pattern.
presented his old one to Dennia Hallo
ran, who did errands and odd jobs for
the neighborhood. "You'll find the
wheel useful when you're -in a hurry,
Dennis," he said.
The young Irishman was loud in his
thanks, but regarded the wheel doubt
fully. . - : .-"V
; "I , mistrust 'twill be a long while
befoor I can ride it" he said.
"Why have you ever tried?" asked
Mr. Morse. i ;-
! :"t have," said Dennis gloomily.
fri'nd lint me the loan o" - his whiles ha
was having the moomps. "Twas t'refc
weeks. 1 had it "an what wld practic
tag night an' morning I hiver got so. I
could balance mesilf standing still,, let
alone riding on if Youth's Compan
ion. . . . .; ,
$125 for one Armac Motor'cyele, in
cood "" condition and runran? order.
Clincker tires enough to run ' it two
seasons, .a Address ; W. 1 W. Bailey",
Brownsville; Oregon. 8-28-2t-d-w
rf A A IfS
Forty-eighth Annual Exhibition
Will Be Greater Than Ever
. . i
$35,000 in Premiums
13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 1909
Grand Showing of Live Stock
Racing Program Complete
Reduced Rates On All Railroads
COME AND BRING YOUR FRIENDS
W. F. MATLOCK,
F. A. , WELCH,