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About The gazette-times. (Corvallis, Benton County, Or.) 1909-1909 | View Entire Issue (July 2, 1909)
. .. Pnblishedevery evening except Sun
" 'flay. Office: 259-263 Jefferson street,
corner Third street, and 232 Second
Street, Corvallis, Oregon.
PHONES, 210 4184
It is not only our advice, but the advice of hundreds of purchaserrduring this sale
"Off tifoopo as madHlhiamg) ' ytaan ms(sdl, touQ? mow?
Address all communications and make
. all remittances payable to the Corval-
lis Gazette. '
In ordering changes of address, sub
: Scribers should always give old as well as
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By mail, one vear. in advance.. 5 00
By mail, six months, advance.. . 2 50
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., Published Every Fridav
Entered at the postoffice at Corvallis,
Oregon, as second class matter.
One year, in advance $2.00
Six moths, in advance... 1.00
N. R. MOORE, Editor
CHAS. L. SPRINGER, Business Manager
- V THE GAZETTE-TIMES.
With this issue "The Corvallis
Daily Gazette-Times" is born of
the union of the Gazette and the
: Times. Until such a time as sup
port warrants it, the daily will
be of its present size and will be
devoted almost exclusively to lo
cal news. The telegraphic ser
vice cannot be suppliedat this time
for the reason that it is entirely
too expensive. "No town of this
size has a daily giving its readers
a good, telegraphic service and
Corvallis people cannot hope for
it. However very special world
v' happerfins will be recorded in the
columns of this paper, and every
local event of even passing inter
est will be given as promptly as
it can be obtained.
The public is urged to co-oper-
' ate in this atten pL, 1o devefop a
daily woFthy of Corvallis. As it
will cost not less than $125, week-
.. ly to produce even a fairly credi-
table paper, there must necessar
ily be financial ' support. ' The
daily'should find a place in every
home in this city. You can help
us to get it there by subscribing
" for it; and recommending it to
your neighbor. The daily must
also have ample advertising sup
portj and it will strive to deserve
Jt requires news to make a
- newspaper. You can co-operate in
making; the Gazette -Times a
hewsy paper, by telephoning the
office items of news and giving
reporters' such information as
r you may have. If the people of
Corvallis want a first-class daily
;' they can get it by offering the
proper financial support and co-
. operation in a news way. No
; promises are being made at the
present time other than that the
Bail and Weekly Gazette-Tin e s
will develop in'oa great paper
just as rapidly as support war
rants it. " '
The paper is a rather healthy
infant and bids fair to develope
into a Splendid maturity. Won't
you help it? :
A very beautiful home wedding took
place at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
W. Tom, June 29, when their daughter,
Jennie B.; was married to Charles A.
Seaburg, of Portland. The invited
. guests had gathered in the parlor when
at 10' a, m. the happy couple presented
themselves to assume the matrimonial
vows by a ring ceremony, after which
they were congratulated by their rela
tives and friends. A. delicious four
course dinner was-served.
The ' bride is the highly esteemed
' ' daughter of the Corvallis night-watch,
' ' Mr," Tom, and the groom is a young
business man of Portland, having been
head foreman of the Marine Iron Works,
and is now contractor of a large steel
oil and water tank, having at thn pres
ent time one under construction at Se
attle . and another at Vancouver, B. C.
, ' A number of useful and valuable pres
ents were received? .i The, couple took
their departure for their home the same
day, to where the best " wishes of all
- their friends will follow them.
' !. Those '-present ''were Mr. and Mrs.
TomMrs. Leo Burnett and children,
.' Dorse and Dorothy Gross,' Mrs. Sheldon
Mrs.' E.A Billings,- Mr. Henry Besse,
, Mr. Gross; Mr."'- Leslie Lilly, Mr. and
.Mrs'. Vidito and Mrs. J. M, Gendron.
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PROVIDES MORE UNMATCHABLE BARGAINS
This sale has but one purpose to quickly convert merchandise into money. To do this we
have cut prices deeply. It has proved by the enthusiastic crowds that have bought liberally
since it started to be the greatest bargain distribution of the season.
25 DOZEN WHITE LAWN WAISTS, $1.00 Values 48c
12 l-2c 50c 60 15c 9.4 50c
Dress Dress pieces Dotted Swiss Brown Wide
Ginghams Goods Scotch and Sheeting Embroid-
Lawns Lawns ery
9c 24c 4 c 9c 21c 19c
HART SGHAFFNER & MARX SUITS
This is a final surrender of profits on this popular clothing, all present styles and splendidly
tailored. Made from the most fashionable mater
ials and correct for wear into winter.
Never so little to pay as at
. 75c , 35c
Hart Schaffner ft Mm
ers, regular price $10.00, $15.00 and $20, all to go at one-