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The Albany Democrat
DEMOCRAT I'UKUSH JNG CO.
W.M. 1!. IIOKNI HKOOK,
Kntered at the postoffice at Albany,
Oregon, as second-class matter.
Published every evening except Sun
day. VVeekly published every Kriday.
Address all communications and make
all remittances payable to the Dem
ocrat Publishing Co.
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as new address.
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At end of three years 2.00
Established in 1865.
FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1912.
During- the present campaign
we have heard a great deal about
the schoolmaster in politics, many
ol the west informed citizens con
tending that the schoolmaster is
invariably impractical and for that
reason unfitted for an administra
It is significant that both of th
leading candidates for the demo
cratic nomination for President
are ex-schoolmasters. Governor
Woodrow Wilson of New Jersey
and Speaker Champ Clark of Mis
souri have both served as presi
dents of institutions of learning
and both have demonstrated tn
the world that intellectual men are
not necessarily failures in the
great game of politics.
Governor Wilson has dem.-'-strated
to the people of New Jer
sey that he is of an exceedingly
practical turn of mind, haung.
forced the enactment of more
genuine progressive legislation
during his two years tenure of of
fice than has been placed on the
statute books of that slate by any
of his predecessors.
Speaker Clark has also proved
himself a constructive statesman
as well as a schoolmaster. His
leadership of (lie majority mem
bers of congress lias never been
equaled. The record made by the
democralie members of that body
irudcr the leadership of Clark and
the record made by the New Jer
sey Governor effectually proves
the fallacy of the claim the school
master is unfitted for leadership.
If the writer were permitted to
'name the republican nominee for
President, we should unhesitat
ingly choose Senator i.a Follclte
A born lighter, inherently lion
est ami endowed with unusual
menial vigor, .a Fulletle would
in our judgment, make an ideal
Unlike Uoosevelt, he has al
ways been consistent. I le has not
only preached progressive repub
licanism but has invariably prac
ticed it in his own state of Wis
consin, lie has never wavered
from llie course of plain duty, or
compromised with the special in
terests to advance his own politi
If our republican friends would
nominate a genuine progressive.
Iliev need look no further than the
state of Wisconsin.
Kcononiy in the expenditure of
public funds is not a popular, slo
gan witji the gentlemen who deal
r;t state contracts, but the tax
payer is registering no serious
complaint against the economy
program as outlined bv Governor
BUSINESS Ol h P P I T I C n WANT
DIRECTORY ULnUulrlLU ADS
REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE.
J. V. PIPE Real Estate, farm lands,
city property, umber lands. Money
to loan on approved security. In
surance written in the best old line
J. M. RALSTON Insurance, loans
and collections. Have money to
loan in small and large amounts.
Notes and mortgages bought. I will
bor.d you. Properly handled for
H. F. MERRILL Insurance, Loans,
Bonds. Room 1, I'irst Savings Bank
B. M. PAYNE Farm lands and city
property lor sale. Real estate loans.
Fire insurance. Surety bonds
Rooms lu-21, Cusick Block, Albany,
DR. W. R. BILYF.U Dentist, Will
& Stark Block, Albany.
H. A. LEININGER Dentist. Craw
ford Block, Albany.
PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS.
A. STARK, M. D. Physician and
Surgeon. Will & Stark Bldg., Albany.
DR. A. T. POWERS Eyesight Spe
cialist. Office hours, 9 a. m. to 12;
1 p. m. to 5 p. m. Room 3, First
Savings Bank Building, Albany,
DR. MARY MARSHALL Osteo
pathic Physician. Albany State
Hank Bldg. Bell, Black 4K2; Home,
DR. VIRGINIA LEWEAUX Os
teopathic Physician, Sclimitt Block,
Albany. Phones Office Home 359.
Bell Black 2751; Residence 394
Home, black 803 Bell.
DR. BERNARD K A VAN AUG H.
Osteopathic Physician. First Sav
ings Bank Bldg. Home Phone 203.
I". J. STITES Attomey-at-law. No
tary Public. Legal business of nil
kinds in all the courts promptly at
tended to. Bell Phone 6-J.
C. D. RAUCII Court Reporter, Pub
lic Monographer. Office: I'irst Na
tional Bank Building. Phones: Of
tive, Bell 1-lu-K; Res., Hell 154-L.
ST. FRANCIS BARBER SHOP.
(."has. Bruce, Proprietor.
VIKRI'.CK'S BATHS 217 West First
street. First-class work guaranteed.
M. H. CRAFT 242 West Second St..
Albany. Frist-class meats of all
kinds from selected stock.
CLEANING AND PRESSING.
TIIIC PANTATOR1 UM Have vour
clothes cleaned and pressed. Clark
STONE For building, ornamental
purposes, rip rap, tilling, etc. dim
ples at M. Senders & Co.'s store.
W. I.. Cobb, R. I). 5. Home Phone 4.
CARPENTERS & PAINTERS.
CARPENTER AND PAINTER
Will work by day or contract. Let
us figure on your work. Can paint
your house so it will stay painted
and make prices right. Vein. Kirk.
Home Phone 1 lotf.
The fifth annual Rose Festival
which will be held at Scio on
June fust promises to eclipse all
WILL WORK B YDAY Or con
tract. Let us bgure on your work.
Can paint your house so it will stay
painted and make prices right. Win.
Kirk. Home Phone 1 lfS.
citizens i f that place. The Rose
show : ; tild be largely attended
by the people of Linn county.
Gilbert Bros, for Furniture
SO new Rockers, beautiful waxed and fumed oak. SO Wagner mid Lloyd
It-'l-iV'f- 1 ''' e 'f KK wo Imvo ever shown.
Uur I rices are tight (wo sell some rugs)
ri'T'l.T o"'"-'.? Hr rik;'".ljr ""- "Wonders" - Price W.00.
M. Vbl. ii I'tT" "."l',h','" n"V- Wo am M" th" Sol' '''
; ' i "oim, ric, are n up to ctiite. et us t ir-
ute on wiur hurt unr. i, i o ' . , ... '
. - ........ ...... .4,,..,, via uu iturtirn loots.
hose guaranteed at 10e per foot
It Alw.y, Pay, i0 See Ut When in Nerd of
GROCKRIK.S. H'RMTl'RK, HARDWARE RI GS
l.lXOI.rTM, SHADES. MATTINGS. KTC.
"AT THE SIGN OF THE PADLOCK"
D RAYING AND TRANSFER.
AUTO TRANSFER W. A. Long.
Office Jersey Dairy, 323 Lyon Si.
Home Phone 14IX). Bell Phone
4W-). Home 411.
LINN AUTO TRANSFER CO.
Fred Westbrook, Prop. Office St.
Francis Hotel. Phone: Bell 316;
Home 20. Courteous treatment.
ALBANY TRANSFER CO. Light
ami heavy hauling. Phone Home
68; Bell 166-R.
WHO WANTS TO KNOW Of good
property in East Albany for sale?
A good 7-room house and barn and
19 lots, will sell all or part and
build on vacant lots for persons de
siring it. Call Home Phone 1168.
TRAINED NURSE Nine years ex
perience. Obstetrical cases a spec
ialty. Address P. O. Box 224, Al
WOOD FOR SALE. And pasture
for rent. Inquire of Arthur Moore,
227 West 4th Street. j3
FOR SALE. 175 acres situated in
sections 18 and 19 of Tp. 11 S. R. 2
W. in Linn county, Ore. All fenc
ed, 160 acres in cultivation, running
water through pasture. Good wells,
also. Medium house. Barn 40x50
ft. Sheds and other buildings. One
and a half. acres in family orchard,
of mixed fruits. Six miles east of
Albany, two miles from Tallman on
S. P. R. R. This is a fine farm, lays
well and is a snap at $100.00 per
acre. E. L. Pric, 204 Rothchild
WOOD FOR SALE. Grub oak. De
livered for $5.50 per cord. A. D.
Calkins, Home Phone 2455. t6-l
A FIRST-CLASS Monarch Range
heater and furniture for sale at a
bargain. This item will only appear
once. 529 Broadalbin St. t27
FOR SALE. Horses, brood sows,
farm implements. H. L. Van Osdel,
Tel. 15x2, R. R. 3. t31st-pd
FOR SALE. Fresh cows. H. Bry
FOR SALE. Three horses, cheap. D.
O. Woodworth. 2t
FOR SALE. Registered Holstein
bull, 3 years old, strong breeder.
Henry Dittmcr, R. F. D. 5. 22t
WOOD FOR SALE. Second growth
lir S;4. old fir $4.75, good dry wood
and good measure. Home Black
106. Bell Phone 448-J. J. F. C.
FOR SALE. Orphington eggs. 50c a
setting. Chicago and Front Sts.
Home Phone 296. 15t
GLASS. All sizes and kinds, for sale
at the Albany Planing Mill, cheap
er than anywhere else in Albany.
Skilfully set, it desired.
FOR RENT. Office rooms. F. G.
FOR RENT. New 7-room modern
house, 1st and Hill. J. F. Hadlcy. tl
FOR RENT. A good S-room mod
ern bouse. Call on J. V. ripe, 203
.West 2nd street. 9t
FOR UEN-T. Furnished or unfur
nished rooms, at 2d and Baker. Lee
Driver. Bell Phone 337-R. 27 1
FOR RENT. Furnished housekeep
ing and sleeping rooms. Mrs. Bil
yeti, 224 Baker street. 323t
FOR REN T Good barn with buggy
shed in connection. Inquire SOo
Walnut St. j29
WANTED. A girl to do general
housework, small family, good
wages. 632 Baker street. 20t
NOTICE. rartirs having lots in Citv
v.emetery that need watering should
see the sexton at once and make
arrangements for water. R. C.
Phelps, sexton. Phones: Bell 1S0-R.
Home Red 38.
LOST. Gentleman's heavy gold band
ring Willi initials "I.. K. 11. mside
at liurkhart sale yesterday. Finder
please return to Democrat office.
Reward. 6-21 2t
JjOAXVOO TCM.OAN on real prop
erty, by J. C. Christy, Attorney-at
law. Rooms over First Nai'l. Bank
Albany. 4 5 1 j
FOR EXCHANGE. Well improved
I ranch. Lincoln county. Oregon, for
Albany property. Box 445. t2 j
MONEY TO LOAN On good farm j
or citv propertv. Must be A No. I 1
security. $5iUX), $1400', $5l.00. j
Call on J. V. Pipe, 203 West 2nd St.
; M DE IN ALBANY My No. 1
; Edge Grain the BEST in the mar-I
i 1 et. Various grades and prices
! from $1.25 upwards. Every bunch ',
1 branded w ith niv name. Look for it. ;
Examine these shingles before buy- ',
I inir elsewhere. E. A. Thompson I
We use no d-y kiln. I
THE muffled drum and the fife will again
awaken the memory of the strains of
"Marching Through Georgia" and "Tent
ing On the Old Camp Ground," and in honor
of our soldiers dead .
This Store Will Close All
Store for the
You select your banker
just like choosing a pliys
ican, not because he is a
good fellow, but because
you have confidence in him.
Vic submit our record
of over twenty years' of
success and ask you to
conic to us with any business
you may hare with any bank.
J.W. CUSICK & CO.
Capital anil Surplus $"0,000.00
THE HU CIGAR
"MADE IN ALBANY"
Electric Pumps Uncovered
The Battleship Maine
Raising the Maine in Ha
vana Harbor was one of the
great engineering feats of
A vitally important part of
the undertaking was pump
ing millions of gallons of sea
water out of the cofferdam
Every gallon of water was
pumped out by great electri
cally operated "pumps sta
tioned on huge barges.
Switching the power off
and on was the only physical
For pumping of any kind,
anywhere, the electric motor
driven by central station
power excels in reliability,
economy and low cost of in
vestment. Let us send an expert.
OREGON POWER CO.
"The Sign of Quality"
THE ALBANY BAKERY
216 W. First St. Both Phono
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Oldest National Bank in the Willamette Valley
"SAFETY BEFORE PROFIT"
AGK, STRENGTH AND CONSERVATIVE MANAGEMENT
commend this bank to the most exacting
It hasten for over forty years closely identified with the financial
and industrial developement of Albany
THE FIRST SAVINGS BANK
(Owned by the stockholders of the First National Bank)
'WHERE SAVINGS ARE SAFE'
Open Saturday Evenings