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And silks for stylish
f women. The very 1 '
newest all-wool dress
1 goods in the latest fall
and winter weaves.
Plaid Silks are very
' popular, and we have ;
I them in immense
Linen in new and
f pretty 'designs, guar-
anteed pure linen, '
,i 72 inches 'wide,
For children in the
prettiest and newest
i' Suits and cloaks for
Women and Misses ...
are now on display '
here at popular prices.
; ! Scarfs, ties, muffs and
I ; sets in new fall styles
. at medium prices. '
'' $l to $12
1.T v .
ii ' THE '
. P. L. MILLER
? 142 Second Street ,
IF YOU WANT NEW.
1 EDISON RECORDS
I That have not been played .
j buy from -
Graham , & Wells
We do not allow anyone to
- : handle our Records but our
" Roy Dunn and Lillie M. France, of
Kings Valley, have been granted a
licence to wed. The ceremory will
take place next week. ' .
: Elbert . Hubbard, . one of the most
notorious, if not' famous, men ' of the
age, at the . Armory t tomgnt. ine
price is 50 cents, but it's worth that
just to see this character.
Ralph J. Erwin and Miss Maude
McBee, of this city, will be married
tomorrow. This wedding was to .have
taken place some time ago,' but the
illness of the young lady prevented. -
Presbyterian Synod tneets at New-
berg next Wednesday evening, and
Presbytery will be held at Dallas "Mon
day evening. Capt? Crawford and J.
R. N. Bell go from here as delegates.
;.'J. L. Lewis has purchased the'effects
of the R. F. Baker ires estate office in
the Hotel Corvallis building and . will
do business both there and at the old
stand..- Mr. Baker has gone to New
Sheriff Gellatly is at home from a
two months' stay at a Portland hospital,
where he was operated on ; for appen
dicitis. He is able to be about the
;city, but is quite weak. Old friends
are glad to greet him and to note that
he worth a half dozen dead men.
,.Ari item in , the Albany Democrat
says : "Rev. C. T. Hurd, of the Anabel
Presbyterian church, Portland, has ac
cepted a call to the Presbyterian church
dt Newport. ' He was formerly pastor
of the Evangelical church at Corvallis,
a young man of splendid character and
. , Of seven men standing on a street
corner yesterday discussing : current
ievents.but, one expressed a desire to see
Taft in preference to Elbert Hubbard,
who will be, at the Armory tonight.
The people who know anything of
Hubbard desire to see and hear him.
Those who do not know him should , go
and get acquainted.
'. ' S...B. Bane, has been over the Cali
fornia route to be taken by the .Oregon
Booster girls and was pleased to read
a portion of the description of the route,
He says the excact detail is there and
it was told so vividly that he readily
recalled the scenes. That "seventeen
mne anve" along the beach near
Monterey is superfine.
Esther M., little daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. E.-.J3. Archerd, .- died this morning
from an attack of summer cqmplaint.
The funeral service will be held tomor
row afternoon at the home. Rev. Mc-
Vieker officiating, after which the re
mains will be laid to rest in the Odd
Fellows cemetery. The little child was
one and a half years old. The Archerds
live in Linn county, just across the
river at the ferry. -
Suits and Overcoats
From $8 to $25
The season's latest styles and
Dealer in all Men's Furnishings
We sell, cheapest, because we . sell
CORVALLIS. - - OREGON
J ewe I Baking Col
New and up-to-date
Best Bread, Buns, Pies and
Cakes in the city.
341 Second Street
Deliveries made to all parts. ,
BOYS! GIRLS! Columbia Bicycle
if reel ureatest otter out. liet your
friends to subscribe to our magazine and
we will make you a present of a $40.00
Columbia Bicycle-rthe best made. ' Ask
for particulars,! free outfit, and circular
telling "How to Start. " Address,
VThe Bicycle . Man,' V 29-31 East 22d
Street, New York City, N: Y. 9-23-3t
M. 8. BOVEE, FUNERAL" DIRE CT
or and Licensed Embalmer. vSuo
cesser "to Bovee - Bauer Corvallis,
' Oregon. Ind. Phone 45. Bell Phone
, " 241,n Lady attendant when desired., I ,-
BLACKLEDGE , & EVERETT, LI
' . censed embalmers and funeral direct-
" ors. Have everything new in coffins,
: caskets and burial robes. T Calls, ans
' wered day and night. Lady assist
ant. Embalming a- specialty. Day
3 r phones, Ind. 117 and 1153, Bell, 531;
' night phones, Ind. 2129 and 1153.
Hunters may welt ' read " and ponder
M. S. Woodcock's warning in this
paper. That gentleman has found his
sheep mutilated and killed and suffered
no little loss from careless or disreputa
ble hunters and he now proposes to
prosecute any persons found on his
land. This is exactly right and it is to
be hoped that the first man who gets
there will get what is coming to hinu
The Y. M. and Y. W. C. A. gave a
reception at the Armory last night.
This was a welcome to new students, a
get-acquamted affair. . Dr. Kerr
enthused awhile. Dr. J. R. N. Bell
added to the gayety, Mrs. Kidder gave
one of her strong tacks, JB. Horner
jollied the students, and in a musical
way Mrs. Gaskins, W. R. Boone and
the mandolin club contributed much
to the pleasure 1 of the' assemblage.
The students had a jolly good time.
' The heavy rainfall is. looked upon by
the farmers as a money maker. The
pastures are growing nicely ' now and
J-l J -m . m .
me dairymen ana, in lact every one
owning a cow or horse-will find it much
more economical to keep their stock in
good shape now that the grass is be
ginning to turn green and grow longer.
Stock feed is still holding up to a. high
price and there is very, little evidence
that it will be reduced to any great
extent for some time yet." 'About, the
only dissatisfied person is the water-
wagon man. The rain completely
knocked him out'of a job. '
Those who miss Elbert Hubbard, at
the Armory tonight, will have passed
up something well-worth .their while
that is, if any lectures are.w'orth what
they cost. That they are worth more
than they cost is the - testimony of
those whose experience entitles them
to speak in the matter. Hubbard will
present in an hou more fact and fancy
than most people can, or will, read in a
month or .year. , He will paint more
beautiful word pictures than most
speakers have at their command, and
he will hitlmore nails squarely on the
head than any shingler ever hit in one
Next Monday evening the O. A. C.
chorus will .hold its "..first; rehearsal of
me year. i,ast yeartne chorus sang
some vety enjoyable ,-, music and
spent', many . ' pleasant ', land ,'f pro
fitable hours in working np some of the
heavier selections. , .The Aopera 'Mi
kado'" grew out of this chorus work.
Prof. Gaskins hopes to have a .splendid
chorus this yearj and work up another
opera or , two. The down ' town
Evangelical Church, corner of Ninth
and Harrison streets. Subject next
Sunday at 11 a. mi, ""The Test of Con
suming Fire." At 7:30 p. m. will be
the first of a series of sermons on the
subject, "Creation of the World." Sun
day School at 10 a. m., K. L. C. E. at ,
6:30 p. m. ; The continued Bible study
on Wednesday' evening at 7,:30'in' con
nection with the prayer service is
"Harmony of the Four Gospels Chron
ologically," All are welcome at these
services and : will be made to feel at
Preaching at the Presbyterian church
tomorrow morning by thepastor, J. R.
N. Bell. 'Morning topic, "Why Does
the Christian Church Celebrate the Sac
rament?" Reception of members at
the morning service, and also the eom
munion will be observed. . The session
will meet at the manse at 10:30 a. m.
Sunday School at 10 a. m., ' Prof. N.
Tairtar, superintendent; C. E. society
at 6:30 p. m. At 7:30 there will be a
choral service, with orchestra, and the
pastor will make a short address, the
subject being "Why People Love Mu
sic." To all of these services both old
and young are earnestly invited.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
After months of extensive improve
ments, wherein the church building has
been practically made new and almost
doubled in size, the congregation is now
using the main auditorium. ' Bible
School at 10 a. m., J.'L. Russell, super
intendent; preaching and , communion
11 a. m., subject of sermon, "What
God Hath Cleansed, Make Thou Not
Common." C. E. at 6:30 p. m.; 7:30
p. m., preaching. "The Last Warn
ing" the second. sermon of a series of
evening sermons on the subject, "The
Final Word From Heaven." Everybody
welcome. H. H. Hubbell, pastor.
' 'A ' Prophylactic ' of Covetousness' '
will be the theme of Evan P. Hughes,
the minister, at the First Consreca-
tional Church, corner of
(As reported by one present)
A very pretty ., wedding took
place at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. George Bayne near Oak
ville, Wednesday, Sept 29. at 11
a. m. when their daughter, Ida.
was married to Mr. . Herbert
Millard. Rev. H. C. Marshall of
Shedd, .officiating. About forty
relatives and friends were pre
sent to witness the -;- ceremony,
after which an elegant dinner
was served.. The bride was
dressed in a beautiful pale blue
silk . and white bridal . Veil. . The
decorations of vines and flowers
were elaborate and beautiful. The
Dnae ana groom jare . among our
most popular young people, being
held in high esteem, as well
attested the large 1 number of
i beautiful -and useful wedding
presents they received. After
a visit to the Seattle fair,, they
will make their home on the
J? TUT"" X - rrr : -w-v m
rarmgx iyir. j. w. rugn, near
w ajn i Hijj (jood pasturage lor one
or two horses from Oct 1st. through
winter.- Call at Huston's Hardware
'WANTED Experienced girl for gen
eral housework. Phone 4266 9-24-tf
For Rent New seven room house,
west of depot, on 18th street Phone
1 4317. W. P Darby. 9-28-5t
For, Rent Corner Third and Jeffer
son Sts, suite . of rooms,, and one large
single ; room, convenient to . business
section. - 9-27-6t
i ryn rjAic iviy nne ariying mare . is
for sale. She is perfeetiy gentje; any
lady can drive her. Jack Milne.
FOR, SALE- Four thoroughbred
Third and Jef- Fox-terrier puppies. Phone 4111. Cor.
6th and Harrison, 561.
For Sale Piano
Call phone 142. '
ferson streets, 11 a. m., tomorrow, Oct.
3, '09. ''..-In the evening, 7:30 p. m., Mr.
Hughes will speak on "Judge Not;
What are the Requisites of a Christian
Judgment?" The School for Bible
study, superintended , by Prof. A. B.
Cordley convenes at 10 a. m. ; Devotion
al Hour of the C. E.' is 6:30 p. m. This
church always extends a most cordial
welcome to all to its services.
Church of the Good Samaritan, corn
er Jefferson and Seventh streets. Rt.
Rev. Franklin S. Spalding, D. D. Bish
op of Utah, will officiate at a special
service Wednesday evening, October 6.'
A , cordial invitation is extended :. the
public to be present. Rt. Rev. Charles
Scadding, Bishop of ..this Diocese, will
ayjiinjaiiy uisuup opaiuuig aiiu Willie JJajye anJ
nere win meet me vestry oi tne parish i piace
rector to this important field. -
FOR SALE 7 room house, barn and
shed. Corner Monroe and 9th St. Ap
ply 112 9th street. 9-30-3t
in good condition
These cost money and are
worth your attention.
Art squares and rugs, full line at
Blackledge's furniture store. 10-2-tf
For a good big sanitary loaf of bread
j. rt ii ii i
go o omaii, xne oniy machine shop in
eastern oysters at Dad's
GOOD BOARD And pleasant rooms
for seyen people. Electric lights bath,
Everything homelike, 440 S. ; 11th Sts.
phone 1150. 9-28-tf
lwo good scratch tablets for 5 cents
at Starr's. . 9-30-3t
One scratch tablet and
pencil for 5 cents at Starr's
Six loaves of bread for 25
Andrews & Kerr's Bakery.
.Get your window glass
Miner's. North Second St.
GOOD BOARD-And pleasant rooms
tor people. Electire lights . and bath
Everything homelike, 440 S, 11th Sts
phone 1150.: 9-28-tf
Go to Andrews & Kerr's Bakery . for
fresh pies, cakes, cookies, etc., 9-24tf
singers iave a cordial invitation to join,
in the chorus" work. fe'It costs - nothing
but a little effort, and the singers get
a lot of good training while, having
some real pleasure, .
Newport Signal: The work of
the survey of the Newport.
Otter ; Rock & Siletz Railroad,
has been completed by Surveyor
Wygant, ,and 4we are informed
that some of the right of way
has vbeen secured, . The incorr
pdrators of the proposed new
electric line are a Mr. Keyt of
Vancouver, Wash., a Mr. Brad
shaw of Wisconsunand R.. ErBak-
er of Corvallis. It is understood
that.the road will be financed by
Wisconsin capital, and " that 630
acres of land,adjoining . Cape
Foulweather,. is to.be put on' the
market inthe near " future, the
: intention .' of . y the :-: . promoters
being to make of it a summer
resort. The bay on the south of
Cap Foulweather will front on
the tract. : and ' was surveyed
several years ago by .the govern
ment to be used as a harbor of ATTORN EYS
Eat Golden Rod Flakes, -They
are better for breakfast,
.-.-..Than old-fashioned corn cakes,
j- And. five , minuets time, '
,i Is all that it-takes .
At Kline's. . 6-12-tf
" Watch for Andrew & Kerr's special
" For Sale An
New, used less ,
than two months
Cheap for cash.
Possess BENJAMIN CLOTHES, with their
New York air, exquisite custom-tailor
finish and authoritative style. It is a
most simple matter to see them,Jand
a welcome awaits you at our shop.
. We are .sole agents here for
these always reliable Patterns,
All persons .desiring the
Monthly Fashion Sheets ,may
have them -FREE. We will
mail copies the first of October
to all who send or give us their
Newest in Ladies' Suits, Coats,
Waists, furnishings, Shoes
Henkle & Davis
E. E. WILSON
. Attorney At Law
Zierolf Bldg. Corvallis, Oregon
GEO. W. DENMAN
Attorney at Zaw
Office in Fischer building , over Graham
& Wortha,m drug store
As two of my registered sheep were
shot and killed by hunters last year, and
recently two of my best ewes were torn
up by hunting dogs, I have therefore
given strict orders to my men employed
t-o gather evidence to prosecute all tres
passers with gun or dog found on my
premises, and particularly to shoot and
kill all dogs found on the farms. So
that ho one may be taken by surprise,
I publish this notice.
Fifty dollars reward is hereby of
fered for the arrest and conviction un
der section 36 on page 419 of the ses
sion laws of 1909, of any person found
trespassing by hunting with gun or
dogs on my farms.
Twenty dollars reward is also of
fered for the arrest and conviction of
any person for tearing down, cutting,
destroying or defacing this notice, post
ed on my farms Sept. 30, 1909.
9-30-D&W-tf M. S. Woodcock.
The Gazette-Times 50c per month.
Must be Voted On or Before October 9.
matter was dropped.
;OJ5e B,oom3, 4, ist Natl, Bank Bldg.,
Pass the word to your relatives and friends to come now.
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September 15 to OGtober 15
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