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About Corvallis daily gazette. (Corvallis, Benton County, Oregon) 1909-1909 | View Entire Issue (June 28, 1909)
CORVALLIS DAILY GAZETTE
Published every evening except Sun
day. Office: 259-263 Jefferson street,
corner Third, street, Corvallis, Oregon.
PHONE - - 210 ' '
Portland Commercial Club,' and
the same message has been sent
to 1,000,000, more through other
publications. Reasons why Ore
gon is the state of opportunity
have been presented, 1 The 92
commercial bodies of the state
1 having membership in the Ore- j
of the wine. When the vintage
came, the king, with a cup of the
wine in his hand, asked his men
ial what had become of his
I prophecy. The other replied: I
think there's many a slip 'twixt
cup and lip." .
At that moment word was
much of "culture and influence,
and so many of the highest hopes
and noblest possibilities of the
American people as the General
Federation of Women's Clubs."
Address all communications, and make
all remittances payable to the Corvai,
gon Development League have brought that a wild boar had
Tn rtrrlprinor MiancrfMs of Address. Sub- - . i ...
seribers should always give old as well as . been given an opportunity With-
Delivered by carrier, per week $ 15
Delivered by carrier, per month. ..- .50
By mail, one year, in advance .. 5.00
By mail, six months, in advance...- 2 50
By mail, one month, in advance.. .50
CORVALLIS WEEKLY GAZETTE
Published Every Friday
Entered at the postoffiee at Corvallis,
Oregon, as second class matter.
uut usii iiu uicm iu im
mediately, thousands of new in
quiries about Oregon, Never
before has Oregon been so well
known and interest in the state
so generally aroused. All that
is needed to get the best results
is for the commercial bodies to
take advantage of the opportun
ity and make these home-seekers
familiar with their sections by
sending them literature and an
One year, in advance 2.00
Six moths, in advance..,. 1.00
CHAS. I. SPRINGER, Editor and Publisher.
OREGON IS THE PLACE.
"Oregon is the place for you,"
has been the slogan brought to
the attention of 5,000,000 people
of the country through a big ad
vertisement in the Saturdav
HOW PHRASES ORIGINATE.
Some of the phrases in com
mon use today are hundreds of
Take, for instance, "There's
many a slip 'twixt cup and lip.."
This dates back to an ancient
king of the island of Samos, in
the Grecian Archipelago.
The king had planted a vine
yard, but one of his slaves, whom
he had ill-treated, predicted that
broken into the vineyard and
was doing great damage, says a
The king hastily put down his
untouched cup, siezed his weap
ons and went out. But in the
chase he was killed, so the proph
ecy of the slave was fulfilled.
"Done to a turn" is said to
have originated from the mar
tyrdom of St. Lawrence. He
was sentenced to be roasted alive
on a gridiron. The story goes
that during his torture he calm
ly requested his attendants to
turn him over as he was thor
oughly roasted on one side.''
Hence the phrase, "Done to a
WORK OF WOMEN'S CLUBS..
Similar testimony comes from
Ben B. Lindsev, the Colorado
man, who has made such a splen-
.- - - -v t thnilcnnH nnrtn I r- ' . 4. - L
i n , t-. - ..-m- .1 v"""-3u.jj4 ucuuio visib it every
nile Court in Denver. "For the , , ... .
e c , ..tv. weeK aurmg tne winter months
pas b lew yvuia, uo sup, 1 uavc
Miss Jane Addains? It is al
most 20 years since Miss Addams
first took up her residence in
Hull House, and began her set
tlement work among the toilers
of Chicago. Under her able
direction Hull House has devel
oped into a center of the high
est civic and social life. Nine
sfactory, as they fail to attain the" de
sired end a fair and just valuation. In
Eusope, it is pointed out, there is a fixed
standard, which is not enly reliable, but
satisfactory to hopgrowers as well as to
hopbuyers. The whole question is dis
cussed at some length in this pamphlet,
which has been prepared by W..W.
Stoekberger, one of the hop experts of
the department. ; '
to attend lectnres, debates and
theatrical entertainments; to
gain instructions in industrial
arts; to take part in its club life;
and to study literature, science,
history, civics, the languages
and the fine arts. Originally it
comprised only four rooms on
me second noor or an old resi
dence; today it has spread out
until it might figurativelv be
called a city within a city. Its
fame has gone forth over the
world, and the name of Miss Ad
dams is an inspiration to thous
ands who have never seen her. j
"Except in the United States
Congress," emphatically asserts
Josiah Strong, president of the
American Institute for Social
Service," I know of no body of
men or woman representing so
been actively engaged in the in
terest of better laws for the pro
tection of the home and children.
In this behalf. I have visited
some 20 states. I have found
wonderful progress, and scarcely
without exception ' it h';s been
the members of the women's
clubs who have champoined ev
ery good law and secured the
passage of nearly all the advan
ced legislation upon the statute
books for the protection of the
home and the children."
Just how many woman all
told are thus enlisted under the
the banner of social progress it
is impossible to say: although
the number must run far into The Department of Agriculture issued
.. .,, T. . .... I recently a pamphlet addressed to the
tut imiiuu. x is stxii u.uie "u"! hopgrowers of the United States
of the question to attempt to es
timate the influence which they
exercise collectively and as in
dividuals. Who can measure.
Highest Cash Price
Paid for Second
C. W. McKee
312 Second St Phone 1323
Uniform Hop Standard.
Taunton & Bitmap
Makers of Best Cement Walks in Town
All work guaranteed first
Powerful and rapid well ma
chine run by gasoline engine.
ing upon them the advisabiiity of adopt- Wind mill pump repairing,
ing a definite standard for judging the and drove weUs a specialty,
quality of hops. At present hops are r J
graded variously, some according to
points of origin, others according to j
T7!.r0T,;rr Pot k 4i,Jv. u .i i. j l- e :4.ii4. j v- .1- i u:.. rr.i ... m instances otner standards are relied
jjrv,mu6 i uoi, jjiaicu. uy me i lie wuuiu uui live iu uiiiib. any mueii ui intellect aiiu. iiea.it, su eiseu uy ivuss xieic.il vjrouia, or Up0n
Place your orders now before the
season's rushTwork is on. I
for instance,. the influence exer-1 pneral appearance, others by odor and j . N HARLAN
All these, it is said, are unsat- DOX OO , Corvallis, Uregon
Outstrips all Bargain Records of the Past
AND MEETS WITH INSTANTANEOUS SUCCESS
Values tell and here are telling values the kind that bring crowds and that re
pay the crowds for coming- And how the people thronged every department during
the opening hours of this sale ! , How eagerly they bought, and with what enthusiasm
they praised the big values so plentifully provided ! This sale is creating more talk
and greater buying enthusiasm than any sale held in this city in months.
It is a sale with a reason and a purpose. A carefully planned and prepared for
under selling event far greater and better than possible elsewhere. It is a surren
der of all profits, and more, to close out stocks in all departments. Our present
stocks must be radically reduced and good merchandising demands a clearance of
the goods whilst the season for their use is still on.
SO DAYS' SALE
v Apron Ginghams, 4c
1150 yards Standard Red Crown and Gilt
Edge, blue and white check Apron Gingham
Limit to each customer
10 yards for 40 cents
These Items TelLof Savings You Surely
Will Not Want to Miss
SO DAYS' SALE
Scotch Lawns at '4c
60 pieces fast color, light and dark Scotch
Lawns in dainty figures, stripes and checks.
" 25 yards, $1.00
CLEARANCE STYLISH SUITS
A final surrender of profits on present style suits, and
suitable for wear into the last of Fall. Never so little to
pay as at this sale. ,
CHARMING WAISTS SACRIFICED
And a very great variety to choose from. So great,
in fact, that price reductions are extra deep on these lines.
You'll buy several at these small sale prices. .
Summery undergarments made of fine" sheer materials
and charmingly trimmed are yours at less to pay than ma
terials usually cost. . 1
BIG SAVINGS ON HOSIERY
The same good grades we always sell.f "All sizes, all
colors, all styles. Values are unprecedented-
t 36-inch Bleached Muslin at 5 cents yard
i Finished soft for the needle and under wholesale cost.
9-4 wide unbleached sheeting at 21 cents
9-4 wide bleached sheeting at 24 cents
Te above are of sterling quality and fully 81 inches wide and sell usu
ally at 27 a;, d 30 cents per yard ' i
FANCY GOODS AT LESS
20c white belts, 9c
ioc torchon lace.i 4c "
40c embroideries, 19c
ioc child's supporters, 8c
20c hair combs, ioc 1
. . 15c hair brushes, ioc '
20c hand mirrors, ioc
ioc value linen handkerchiefs, 4c
15c " " " 8c
25c lisle gloves, 15c
f I 00 silk gloves, 78c
35c elastic belts, 19c .:.:
50c embroidery insertion, 33c
Finishing braid, 4c
Cabinet hairpins. 4c
Ladies' white canvass - shoes, 78c
Boys' shoes that sell regular at
J1.75, nowfl 30 pair.'
All men's Douglas and
. Florshelm shoos gneat
All ladies'-and misses' shoes are
marked at the greatest reduction
of the year.
BIGGEST SALE CLOTHING, BOTH MENS AND BOYS
3.50 Suits Now 2.68
4.50 " " 338
5.00 " " 3.75
5.50 " " 4.13
6.00 " " 4.50
6.50 " " 4.88
7.50 " " 5.63
8.50 " " 6.38
10.00 " " 7.48
12.00 " " 8.96
15.00 " 115
Broken lines mens and boys' suits at one-half price.
ONE LOT MENS HATS,
all sizes, all shapes and all colors, values to $3.00,
YOUR CHOICE AT $1.00.
" " 50 Cent New Novelty Dress Goods now 24 Cents.
350 yards Novelty Dress Goods which should have been delivered two months ago but
delayed in transportation, have just been opened up. The concessions made us, combined
with our loss of profit, enables : you to purchase these desirable goods at less than manu
facturers cost;. ' . . - .
Another lot 44 inches wide, regular 75 cent, now at 38 cents.
Wonderful Wash Goods Bargains,
Our stocks are noted for. their diversity, quality, newness and durability. Clearance
causes these fine Summer Fabrics to drop in price below cost deeply sensational.
7 ; . . , 15 and 20 cent Wash Fabrics now 9 Ce fits'.
25 ... " 14 Cents.:
TABLE OIL CLOTH
15 CENTS PER YARD.
BOYS KNEE PANTS