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About Corvallis gazette. (Corvallis, Benton County, Or.) 1900-1909 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 1, 1906)
Corvallis, Bextojs' County, OregonJ tem&y; JAJsUATY 1 . 1906.
As usual we will close out all our open stock possible, previous to our ANNUAL INVENTORY,
desire to call attention to what we have offhand: ; r j
With the usual scarcity of Merchandise and the expected advance in all lines, we believe this
.will be of special interest to all concerned. : ,
Every article in the store will be reduced except W. L. Douglas Shoes and our own overalls.
at 8 o'clock a. m., and continue until
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Our store Will be closed all day Friday, January 4th, to arrange stock and reduce prices.
-All sales -during Otitis ...
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IS USING HIS EDUCATION.
In Proctlcal Way-What He Says
C. A. Gsriiard ostorc
SEEING IS BELIEVING
Then come in and see nty line of Sporting Goods and be con- '
vinced that it is the best and most complete line ever brought
to your city, consisting ot Guns and Ammunition, Fishing Tackle,
Base-ball Goods, Bicycles and Sundries, rocket Knives, Razors,
Sewing Machine Supplies, etc Gasoline and Dry Cells for sale.
Agent for the Olds Gasoline Engines and Automobiles?
Pns and Bicycles For Rant First-class Rspair Shop.
M. M. LONG,
Ind. Phono 126 Residence 324
CORVALLIS , - OREGON.
- Look m Ohm VWBndow
For the correct thing in the jewelry line. We have a fine
of jewelry and silverware that is astonishing in its grace and
beauty and magnificent in its size and completeness.
Engraving nicely done in the latest ribbon script styles.
Repairing that is guaranteed and prices that are in keeping
with the class of work done. "
E. 17. S. PRATT, Jeiwete and Optician
W. H. Weeks of La Grande,
who visited Corvallis friends last
week and returned home Friday,
is an OAC. graduate who is mak
ing practical and profitable use
of the education acquired at the
Agricultural College. , He is m
teiested in dairying, having been
connected with the Blue Moun
tain Creamery Company of La
Grande for the past year. He
"There is a great future for
the dairying business in Eastern
Oregon, and much of that coun
try is like Western Oragon, nat
urally adapted to the business
which I represent and have made
my life work. I took a course
at the State Agricultural College,
and our company is handling five
plauts. Our head office is at La
Grande, and we are operating at
Pendleton, Union, Wallowa a'nd
Enterprise. Some months in the
year we pay out $7000 to $8000
to the farmers, and can sell all
that we make at gcod prices.
Wallowa county is especially
adapted to dairying, as it is a
natural alfalfa country, and has
plenty cf water. The same is
true of parts of Baker, Union and
Umatilla. Two of the largcs
producers of da rv products are
Walter Pierce and Judge Hailey,
of Pendleton. "Ti e Grand Ronde
country is coming 10 the tro t
very fast. There is a great fui
ure fo:. dairying in Oregon, anr
I would advise any .young -mat
who has a tasta in that directio
to. get a firsf-classv scientific - and
commercial equipment, and tKterr
are plenty of positions waiting
Burglars were abroad in Cor
vallis Friday afternoon and the
residence of James Berry was ran
sacked from one end to the other.
The affair happened about 4:
p. vs: while Mrs. Berry wss away
from home.- On leaving the
house she did not lock the doors,
and upon returning the front door
stood ajar. Entering the dwel
ling, she found that everything
had been tborougly over-hauled
in the hope of finding valuables,
but as vet nothing has been miss
ed. l5resser drawers were pulled
out and the contents tumbled out
on the floor, the beds' were torn
up and the mattresses turned
back, showing that the prowler
had searched carefully in every
place where money is- generally
supposed to be hidden, and trunks
had also been turned upside down
in the hunt for plunder. "
The officers visited' the place
and made a careful investigation,
and 'as there is a strong clue as to
who did the work, it is very pro
bable that the guilty one may
meet his just desstrts.
6hul I rnnr babv Buffer? When he is
reetleas and fretful doi't experiment with
r im ami art; m.v .ii binn your neighbor
'woinin-ni.'. Kin bottle of White's
kJreaai. ii.ifrgi gr Known wumi
medium - a urs u r all r.htldrTm cia
ease'', In.- u.iUl in: a action. - tnilds up
th ay -tni, u HKea '.J:n puny babies fat.
i ' "31 bnbe vHHih'n and et'klv. could
The Rev. J. A. Pettit will be- Since graduation he has held
gin a series of Evangelistic meet- successful pastorates at Alabama,
ings at the First Baptist Church N. Y., Palo Alto and Woodland,
ot the city Sunday, December, Ca). He has been appointed
30, at 11 a. m Missionary and Evangelist for
Mr. Pettit is a man in the prime the West Willamette Association,
of life and is well fitted for his He has had iarye . experience in
work, both by natural disposition Evangelistic work-his work being
ana scnoiasuc truningr, Deing an soosen 01 in me nignesr terms,
earnest, interesting speaker and Come out and hear the real issues
a graduate of FranTslin College, ot life discussed in a live manner.
Ind. and Rochester Theological Fredrick W. Carslcns, Pastor.
Seminary, Rochester, N. Y.
Born Dec. 8th to Mr. and Mrs.
W. C. Rees, former residents of
notT ian ia food td;crierl all night, ijsouthern Benton but now of Des-
jiBed ne tlAnfbitelfj.CJream Vfrmi-
lage Htid in a few cava rmby was Isogn
in; happy aau e.-. Sold by Graham &
Wo'tham. w .;fi ha',jrf?- ?c. - .-..'
cbntes, Sherman county, a daugh
ter. Mr.iRees abokeener for
the WV W. M (Co. at that' place.
Mrs. G. M. Howard of Belle"
fountain has just arrived home
from Sherman county, where sh
Miss Golda Howard, who is
teaching school near Wasco, is
spending a two weeks vacatiom
with heme folks here.