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About Albany democrat. (Albany, Or.) 1900-1912 | View Entire Issue (May 31, 1912)
Women's like silk Hose, 6fcin Black, Tai)
and White, per pair
They look like silk and wear better.
Children's like silk hose, in black, tan,
white, li&ht blue and pink, per pair
St. -Mary's Church. Rev. Arthur
Lane, rector. Rev. Michael J. Gilli
gan, assistant. The solemnity of Pen
tecost will be observed tomorrow with
appropriate services. The morning
services will be at 8 and 10:3U and
the Vesper service at 7:30 p. in. The
pastor will officiate and speak on the
Mystery of Pentecost from the Book
of Acts, chapter 2. The public is cor
jf us have our cranks.
Abe Ruef now :
You will nevtr krow hosiery satisfaction till jou try these numbers
Aseits for V. & G Coret$ Agents for Standard Pattern
ALL over the world, hotels,
railways, steamship lines
and the best shops, know
"A.B.A." Cheques are as good as
gold. No difficulty in cashing
them, for your signature identi
fies you. Pay your bills through
out your trip with them, just as
you would at home with your
own check book.
J.W.Cusick & Co
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
To the General Public: N'otice is
hereby given that by an agreement
entered into by and between the fol
lowing named contractors, to-wit: C.
I". Ilowland, A. V. McGilvery, S. H.
Singleton, II. C. Shultz, G. Holt, Geo.
C. Richards, ISlount & Uabb, J. Mc
Chesney, McNeil and Hoover, H. T.
Wentworth. and A. Taucher, and Lo
cal Union Xo. 1303 C. and J. of A.,
that on and after the first day of June,
1912, that eight hours shall constitute
a day's work for all carpenters and ap
prentices. A. J. STEELE,
D. S. LANDON". Sec'y.
Another Shipment of Vacuum
We have just received another ship
mcnt of "Duntlcy" Vacuum Cleaners.
With your permission we will demon
strate this most modern house clean
ing machine wherever you suggest,
and without expense or obligation on
Set Yourself Right.
Always get Fisher & Braden Co.
prices before you buy Home Furnish
ings. Your money's worth or your
money back, is what you get at Fisher,
The Jersey Dairy
Good farm 134 acres, 35 acres in
cultivation, 20 acres more ready to
plow with little work, 6 acres fine pas
ture besides other pasture in timber
tract, lots of good second growth fir
timber, over 3IXK) cords wood, crop
all in, 12 acres fine clover. Fair 5-room
house, bam and other buildings, good
well, fine spring can be piped to house,
some fruit, 6 miles to Albany, and 3
miles to good town on S. P. railroad,
i miles lo station on S. P. R. R. and
i miles to Oregon Electric; lots of
fine rolling orchard land, on county
road. R. V. D.. telephone, close to
ffr-vl school. Price, $95.00 per acre,
.ri I payment down and easy terms
ilancc or will take good residence
!bany up to $2000.00 and balance
B. M. PAYNE,
Cnsiek Block. Albany. Oregon.
HERD TUBERCULIN TESTED.
Pure Milk and Cream delivered twict
If you do not get your f'lk promptly,
call me on either phone. ,.C. Schultz,
Uover Leaf Dairv
It vou appreciate clean, sanitary anu
pure milk give us a call.
Uenvereci twice a uay. Dom pnones.
Milk depot 331 Lvon St.
J. F. HUGG1NS, Prop.
Diamond Specials. We have some
special bargains in diamonds during
the month ot iMay. i -t. rrencn
Services at St. Peter's Episcopal
church at 11 o'clock. Celebration of
Holy Communion. Xo evening serv
United Presbyterian. W. P. White,
pastor. The morning subject will be:
A Sea of Troubles. In the afternoon j
at three o'clock tnc pastor will preach
the baccalaureate sermon beiore the j
graduating class of the high scholo.
The subject will be: "Approved." The ;
church quartet will sing. i -
First Presbyterian Church.-Rev. F. ! A W1 I'"1'""1 ra,xuP th,s for
H. Geselbracht, minister. Morning ' a u-1-
' lb.fe ! . you ever try to write when your
service at 8:00 in union with tire head "h c,"1tJ '
Baptist church. S. S. 11:45. Orches
tra, and classes for all. C. E. 7:00.
"Come thou with us and we will do
Grace Presbvterian Church. L. S.
r, I The umpire ho could satisfy
batter would be a bird.
! The Jefferson Review says Grang
', ers know a whole lot.
Now for fifty-two blocks of pave
ent before the machines stop.
Mochel, minister. Divine services at
11 a. m. No services at night. Con
gregation joins in evening worship
with Baptist church, Rev. Douglas
preaching his last sermon. Sunday Some difference between the Albany
scholo at 10 a. m. V. P. S. C. meet- 1 0f iyi2 and the Albany of 1SS0.
nig at :lo p. m. omc anu meet
I was very fortunate in securing the
agency for the Mt. Hood Ice Cream again
this season. Nothing butthe best mat
erials used in its manf acture, always nice
and firm Strawberry, Vanilla and Cho
colate. At the Crest at all times.
L. L. Potts Both Phones, 316 w. 2nd St.
ELECTRIC PUMPS UN
COVERED THE BAT
First Mcthuoist Church. D. H.
Leech, pastor. At 10:30 a. m. the an
nual memorial service. The members
of the G. A. K., Ladies of the G. A.
R., Spanih War Veterans, and the
local militia will be present. Special
music appropriate fur the occasion,
and sermon by the pastor. The pub
lic, including strangers and visitors,
welcome. The class meeting;, Sunday
school, Ep worth League and other
services of the day at the usual hours.
Christian Church. Bible school be
gins at 10:15 and is followed with
out intermission by communion serv
ice and morning sermon. Christian
Endeavor meets at 7 p. m. This
church will join in the general even
ing service at the Baptist church in
honor of Dr. Douglas, who closes
his ministry in Albany on this date.
Our members and friends arc urged
to attend the union service at the
United Presbyterian at 3 p. m. at
which Dr. White will preach the bac
calaureate sermon to the graduating
class of the high school.
Prof. Harold Weider has returned
home from Foster, where he has been
teaching the past year. Next year he
expects to enter Willamette Unuer
s.t A good many people say the real
estate business is already overdone in
Albany; just think oi Albany's future.
As a matter of fact the real estate
business has hardly gotten well start
ed in Albany.
Fifch Co. O. N. O., Attention.
All members of 5th Co., O. N
are hereby ordered to report at
mory Sunday, May 26, 10 a. m. f
tor the purpose of attending mem
services at .Methodist church.
By order of
F. M. POWELL.
Monster R-ictine Sale.
In order that our store an dstock
he known, both near and far, Bar
! gains in first-class Furniture will be
Ifoun dat Fisher, Braden Co., 3rd and
ALBANY, TUESDAY, MAY 28
YOU MUST SEE THE BABY ELEPHANT
All the latest hats are large pressed
shapes and ean be found at the Wo
man's Hat Shop, 117 Ferry St. L.
Free Circus Street Parade 10:30 a.m.
O Konrlc 9Pft tinrcao Pcn dcns of wild animals,
UdllUfc, eJU llUIe, elephants, camels 400
people of all climes in native costumes will be shown in parade.
Two shows daily afternoon at 2, night at 8, doors open at 1
and 7 p.m. Waterproof tents. Admission 25 cents to see it all
DR. BERNARD KAVANAUGH
Osteopathic physician, office hours 9 to
12 a. m. and Z to a p. m. e.vuiiiub .v
appointment. Telephones Home 203
Hell K30 J Residence 223 South Ferry
st., phone Bell RSti-K. First Savings
Bank building. Second and Broadalbin
streets, Alhanv. Oregon.
Fisher, Braden Co. have everything
to make your home comfortable, cozy
and attractive. One rock bottom price
to all. Come and get prices before
vou buy Home l'urnishtuers.
MONEY TO LOAN On good farm
or citv propertv. Must be A No. 1
security. $5000.00, $1400.00, $500.00.
Call oii I. V. Fine. 20.1 West 2nd St.
203 West Second Street.
Farm lands, city property, timber
lands. Money to loan on approved se
curity. Insurance written in the best
old line companies.
H. F. MERRILL,
Insurance, Loans, Bonds
Room No. 1, First Savings Bank
UK. VIRGINIA .'.EWEAUX,
Schmitt Block, Albany.
hone: Office Home 359. Bell
Black 2751: Residence 394 Home,
black 8o3 Bell.
J. M. RALSTON,
Insurance. Loans & Collections.
Have money to loan in small and
targe amounts. Notes and mort
iges bought. 1 will bond yon.
npertv handled for non-resi-nt
ECONOMIZE BY USING
Imperial Hard Wheat
$1.30 Sack, $5 a Barrel
M, Senders & Co.
To the East
COI LIN3 TAYLOR,
Real Estate and Insurance,
iy and sell property. Insure
..roperty and transact loans.
Larue or small timber tracts.
"" A. STARK. M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
Will tc Stark Block Albany
DR. MARY MARSHALL,
Albany State Bank Building.
Hell Bi.u-k 2 Home 275
Of good property in east Albany for
sale. A gjod 7 ttom house and barn
and 19 lots, will sell all or part and
build on vacant lots lur parties desiring
it. Call Home phone 1168. 2t
Mel. the saw nier. wili be found at
the green front on Baker street, near
the skatini rin
DAWSON & BUTZLAFF
T. .1. !TJLT,
Attorney at Law Notary Public.
Legal business of all kinds in all the
co irts promptly attened to. Bell phone
H. A. LE1NINOER,
"Uwford Bltvk Albany
Chas Bruce, Proprietor.
UK. W. K. BILYEU,
Stirk Block Alhanv
217 West First Street.
flrst-Clast Work Guaranteed.
HAVE YOUR CLOTHES
CLEANED AND PRESSED
CLARK HUSTON, Proprietor.
I 1 0G DEN fit SHASTA I I
1 I ROUTES f I
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.
0RLG0N POWER CO.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Oldest National Bank in the Willamette Valley
"SAFETY BEFORE PROFIT"
AGE, STRENGTH AND CONSERVATIVE MANAGEMENT
commend this bank to the most exacting.
It has been 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
5,000 BERRY HALLOCKS
CHAS. K. SPATJLDINGr LOGGING CO.
A. B. Kelsay, Manager. Bell Phone 1S4-R. Home Phone 324.
Round trip tickets to the principal cities of the East, goir.j or return
ing through California, or via Portland. Going limit 15 days, final return
limit October 31, on sale as follows:
April 23 26. 27. July, 2, 3, 6, 7, 11, 12, IS, 16, 20, 22, 23,
Mav, 2, 3, 4. 9, 10, 11, 14, 13, 17, 18, 26, 29, 30, 31.
24 20 August, 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 12, 15, 16, 22, 23,
June, 1, 6,' 7, 8. 13. 14. 15. 17. 18, 19, 29, 30, 31.
20 21 24 23. 27. 2S. 29. Sept., 4. 5, 6. 7. 8, 11. 12, 30.
Imperial Council Mystic Shrine, Los Angeles, April 30th to May 4th.
NEWPORT YAQUINA BAY
The home of the Rhododendron, an ideal place to spend the summer. ..Low
round trip and week end tickets. Reasonable hotel rates, out door amuse
ments, bathing, boating, golf, fishing, etc.
Low Fares to Meeting of Women's Clubs San Francisco, June 24 to July 6
PACIFIC RAILWAY & NAVIGATION BEACHES
Arc now within easy reach by the P. R. & X. and a new field for a pleasant
vacation open. Week end tickets now o nsale and season tickets from all
points on sale June 1st.
DflPTT.AMn ROSE FESTIVAL
Opens June 10 and Closes June 15. The greatest Floral Fiesta and Carnival!
ot l Measure yet nelu. low rouna trip ticKeis on saie irom an puuus.
For beautifully illustrated booklets describing Newport, Bayocean and
other points, as well as information about Eastern Fares, routes, stop-overs,
etc., call on nearest Agent or write to
JOHN M. SCOTT. General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon.
B. P. O. E. (Elh Convention. July g to 13. 191?
A CHECK BOOK
is easier to carry than a wal
let filled with currency, gold
It adds dignity to your
transactions and gives much
Checks are of no value except to
the person in whose favor drawn.
Can you afford to keep your money
, at home or in your pocket when you
can have, without expense, a check
book on this bank?
ALBANY STATE BANK
F. J. Miller, Vice Pres.
N. M. Bain, Caihier.
FOR GROCERIES AND CROCKERY
AND BAKED GOODS
Office: First Xational Bank Build
ing. Phones: Office, Bell 146-R:
Res., Bell 154-L.
For loilding, ornamental purposes, rip
rarj, filling, etc.
bamp.es at M. Senders & Go's store
W. L. COBB, R D 6.
Horn Phone, 4.