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About Corvallis daily gazette. (Corvallis, Benton County, Oregon) 1909-1909 | View Entire Issue (May 15, 1909)
SERVICES ATTHE CHDRCHES
Where to Worship in Corvallis Tomor
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I wliliinery and -
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Special Sale on All Trimmed Hats
ALL PRICES REDUCED
Large assortment to choose from. Make ;
your selection early
L. S . i. Undersoil j
Benton County Lumber Co.
Manufacturers of all kinds of
Fir Lumber, Mouldings, Cedar Posts,
Sawed and Split. Oedar Shakes
' Dealers in .
Doors, Windows, Urns, Brrex Cement
Occidental Lumber Co.
i Successors toj
Corvallis Lumber Co.
We are here to supply your needs in the Lumber line. Please
call on J. B IRVING for information and prices. And take
: notice that if we have not got exactly what you want we will
get it for you.
G, 0. BASSET f, Local Mgr.
Paints and Varnishes are the Best. Sold by -
irahatn & WeBIs
GENERAL REPAIR SHOP
Prompt attention given to repairing all kinds of gasoline en
gines, autos, bicycles. Plows and - axes sharpened.
'Saws filed. All work guaranteed satisfactory and done
on short notice Give us a call. -We can please you.
Located back of Beal Bros.' blacksmith shop on Second
street.; Phone No. 3145 Ind.
Woods Brothers cpRmfluR
NEW WALL PAPER STOCK
,Thi3 includes all the beautiful patterns in crown effects .
cut-outs, ingrains, etcj If yoU contemplate, using paper in
S your nouse tnis spring, come to our score, see our jrwis .
f . orl ma rerill cl-n-mr vnn ,hrixr mctn v Hrllnr wi fan .?flVP "VOTT
iWALL: PAPER AND, PAINT STORE,:.;,;. , , j
Second Street, Near Palace' Theater-
row Morning and Evening.
Preaching at the Presbyterian church
Sunday morning and evening by the
pastor, J. R. N. Bell. Morning t,opic,
"Livjng Now and Then;", evening topic, '
"Carnegie's Aphorism, the Eggs in one
Basket, etc." The evening talk is for
the benefit of the young men and wo
men of OAC, and all others are invited
as well. Seats free, good music, cour
teous ushers. '
M. E. SOUTH
We cordially invite you to hear the
pastor at the M. E Church, South,
Sunday, May 16th, on "Christ as a
Preacher: His Doctrine." This is the
first of a series of sermons on this sub
ject. - Y. M. C. A.
- Rev. Wood, of the M. E. Church,
South, will speak at the Y. M. C. A.
tomorrow at 2:30 p. m. A cordial wel
come awaits you at our home, Shepard
Hall. - .
Evangelical Church, corner of Ninth
and Harrison streets. "The Call to the
Ministry and What is Your Answer?"
is the subject tomorrow at 11 a. m. ;
"The Loss in Gaining Wisdom in Sin"
was omitted last. Sunday evening and
will be presented tomorrow at 8 p. m.
Both subjects are primarily adapted to
the young people.
; Church of the Good Samaritan, corn
er Jefferson and Seventh streets. Ser
vices May 16, Sunday before Ascen
sion. Sunday School at 10 a, m.
Services , tomorrow at the Methodist
Church will be at the usual hours. The
pastor, Rev. D. H. Leech, will preach
at 11 a. m. , and in the evening at eight
o'clock. Dr. J. P. Abbott, of Portland,
Secretary of the Sunday School Board
of the Oregon Conference, will speak
inthe interest of Sunday School work,
All are invited.
The annual G. A. R. Memorial ser
mon will be preached Sunday morning,
May 23, at the". Christian .Church by
Rev. H. H. .HubbelL Ellsworth Post
cordially invites all the pastors in the
city, the iWomen's Relief Corps and the
public to'be present at this service. ;
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL '
Rev. Wm. 'B. Pinkerton, pastor of
the First Congregational Church at
Eugene, Oregon, will preach tomorrow,
May 16, '09,' both morning and-evening
at the' First Congregational - Church of
Corvallis. This is Mr. Pinkerton's first
appearance in'our eity,'and the church
and congregation have a treat in store
for them. Bible School, superintende'd
by Prof . A. B Cordle'y, convenes 'at
10 a. m. and the Devotional Hour of
the C. E. at 7 p. m. Everyone enter
ing this church to worships is assured a
very hearty welcome and a most cor
dial, homelike atmosphere.
By Varsity Teams
The University, of - Oregon baseball
teanVtsrosses bats with the Oregon Ag
ricultural College team today for the
first time this year." The first two
games of a four-game series will : be
played, one in the morning and one in
the afternoon. Captain Hurd, though
on the sick list, will pitch one of the
games for the Varsity, and Henkle the
other. Coach Kelly expects Oregon to
Win both games, and is hoping that the
batting slump, from which the team
has been suffering since the Northern
trip, is all over, but. Captain Moore is
confident that it will at least be an even
break. The following is the lineuDS of
of both teams : Oregon, Gabrielson, c ;
Hurd; Henkle, p.; Jamison, lb. ;' New
land, 2b.: Clark. 3b.: Coleman, sr.-
McKinley, VanMarter, If.; Hurd, Hen
kle, rf . ; Sullivan, cf . O. A. C. PtilliDS.
;. : Keenes, Robinson, Reiben. d. :
Freeman, lb.; Horton, 2b.; Davis, 3b.:
Crews, ss. : Keck, If. : Carroll. - rf . : one
of the pitchers, cf. .. ; i i "
County Will Save Money
The provisions of the new bounty law
practically eliminates this item of ex
pense to nearly every county in the Wil
lamette Valley. Under the old law the
party making application for bounty
was simply required to produce the head
and the county lerk punched the ear
and afterward burned the relic' The
applicant took ' his bounty money and
then sold the hide. ' Uuder the new law
the party ' applying for bounty will be
required to produce the entire skin of
the animal, which skin must inclnde all
four paws, the tail and the skin: of the
entire head iricluding the ears : and eye
holes and the' skin- to the tip of the
nose. This mustbe'left with the county
clerk, and afterward.be burned by that
officer. It is. readily, seen 'that ii' the
skin, of .the animal is worth twice as
much as the bounty offered 'there will
be no claims j made. This . county has
perhaps paid out- $100 or more"' during
the past year for this purpose. 5,. : t v
, Help the ladies clean up the town by
cleaning up your own premise.
.Tfie event, oi the season. This line of Shirt Waists
includes the very latest styles, the most season
able materials and the lowest prices: The ladies
can find here a selection suited to every taste.
Come while this special sale lasts and secure the
LATEST , COLLEGE: CUTS .
When you buy your clothes here you have the sat
isfaction of knowing that you are correctly dressed
and that you have saved money on your outfit.
DIES, DONT FORGET' ' '
That -our MM MWE SEWING ftlACHlflE is' a
standard make and that you can buy one for 825
to 835. They are equal to machines costing twice
NOW at our expense
A CHOICE OF FOUR
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OJCJ . l-i-iE YUKON EXPOSITION-
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK
ALL YOUR EXPENSES PAID
IF YOU HAVE FRIENDS IN THE EAST WHO. WANT TO VISIT THE
PACIFIC COAST WE CAN ARRANGE IT '
This is your Op portutiity
Room 16, Flood Blti'g
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