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. FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1916.!
WEATHERFORD FOR CON
GRESSMAN. Albany people wilt be interested in
knowing how the nomination of M.
V. Weatherford for congressman is
taking in the valley. Here are two em
phatic expressions:. .
i From the Benton Courier: ' Mark
Weatherford of Albany has been nom
inted by the Democrats for congress.
The Prohibition party of the state has
endorsed him, and here is a tip that
Courier readers can bank on, Mr.
Hawley has a man against him this
" year who is going to win. . '. ';
. The independents (there are a lot
of them ip this congressional district)
are not going to come down to sup
port Hawley; the Prohibitionists are
not going unanimously for their nominee-
and the Democrats to a man will
support Weatherford. ,
I Mr.; Hawley is going to have' his
first real scrap for congress this fall.
For years he has had the election
almost handed to him, and he has ap
preciated it by being a standpat con-
- gressman in a progressive state; tak
ing the stump in the New England
states and working against what the
voters of his own state voted for,
i From Cannon's rule to the present
day Mr. Hawley has consistently
stood in with the eastern bunch of
politicians and financiers and been
' their handy man in pinches. His vot-
ing record on, roll calls is too open
proof of this. '
1. 1 The Courier knows the people of
this district are ready for rebellion,
only needing a big enough leader to
: follow.: , ,
.' Mark Weatherford is big enough
and this congressional district needs a
change. . ;.. ;. (
From the Gervais Star: Mrk V.
Weatherford, one of the ablest young
attorneys of the state, will be the
Democratic candidate for representa
tive in this district. There is a heavy
majority against him, but if the vot
ers wll consider the ability of the two
canddates, Weatherford will be elect-
'ed. ;:'-. ';:,;"!..-,
PAYING ANIMALS. :
.' We have always talked diversified
farming and it is now a pretty gen
erally established fact that a small
farmer to be successful must practice
this method. A small farmer who
'bought ten ewes last year calls our
attention to his splendid profit for one
year. He paid $70.00 for the ten ewes
and it cost him $2.50 a head, or $25.00,
for their maintenance for one year,
which covered interest on money,
shearing, cost of feed, etc., total cost
for the ten ewes, $95.00. The ten ewes
dropped ten lambs which sold for
$6.00 a head, $60.00; the ewes sheared
100 pounds of wool, for which he re
ceived $35.00, a total of $95.00, which
exactly pays for the ten ewes and
their upkeep, leaving them clear at
the end of the year. Of course every
body realizes that sheep and wool are
Very high at the present time, but if
we should take an average of same
- in ten years we might find a result
something like the following: ' Ten
ewes at $3.50 a head, $35.00; mainten
ance, $25.00; total, $60.00. Ten lambs
at $3.00 a head, $30; 100 pounds of
woll at $18c, $18.00; total $40.00, which
, under these less, favorable circum
stances, would leave . the farmer ten
cwest costing him only $12.00. From
the above facts it would seem as if
every small farmer should have a few
well-bred ewes on his place. Port
land Livestock Report.
' ""' Graduation Presents.
We ' are ' showing some specialties
suitable for' graduating presents -at
very reasonable prices. F. M. French
& Sod; Jewelers and Engravers.
.-;.;,! " ' :- m22Jl
Pianos moved with greatest of care.
City Anto Transfer. adv al7-tf
. - . M .0
READ OUX WANT AD8
Dcadman's Hill was certainly ap
Also the name of war helL
Oh, the sweet girl graduate', in a
mass . of white, how She shines.
The Congressional Magazine is the
name of a production made up of re
marks by Congressmen, now princi
pally on the subject of preparedness,
and therefore a warm magaiine.
One of the features of the primary
election was being voted for by one's
iriends, as a joke. Misfits appreciates
four votes, all for different offices.
If his friends had united on one of
fice he might have been nominated a
Another . awful warning comes
against pitching horseshoes. A Phila
delphia man recently committed sui
cide because he was beaten in a game.
Editorial in Corvallis Gazete-Times:
osurfacehtvinate nadtwf tnathra anth
Governor Withycorabe remarked
several months ago that he got the
Benton Courier and found it very
amusing. Editor Brown gets even with
him as follows:
The governor went out in the pri
mary campaign to dig a grave for Ben
Olcott and roll him into it.
Moores was but a grave-digger.
probably every voters in Benton coun
ty knew it. It was a personal fight
between the governor and the secre
tary. . .,,1, ;- . i; , ;
Olcott carried Benton, the gover
nor's home county, by about 300 ma
jority. ' ' ,
Olcott carried Corvallis, the gov
ernor's home city, by a good majority.
Olcott carried precinct No. 11. Gov
ernor Withycombe's own ward, by a
majority of 7.
Olcott carried every precinct in
Bend, the home of the governor's
Olcott carried every precinct ex
cept one in Salem, the official home
of the governor.
Olcott carried every county in Ore
gon, with one exception.
Olcott carried Multnomah county,
home of Mr. Moores, the governor's
conscript .. , . . '
' We wonder if Governor Withy-
combe will find this column of the
Courier "amusing"? :
Lessons in Voice
Beginning June first, Mrs. Powell
will give a special short course series
of 12 lessons in voice. Reasonable
rates. Call 487-J Bell phone morn
ings. ' m24-26
FOR RENT New bungalow, six
rooms. Dutch kitchen, screened
sleeping porch. Full cement base
ment Phone Bell 117L. . m24-30
Jewelry repairing of all kinds m
Kreamer's new stare. a25tf adv
The Albany Bakery
Ws Deliver to Any Part of the
119-119 E. 3rd Street
Bell 560 Party R Home 419
H. FIRCHAU CO.
P. B. PHIPPS
Graduate of S. F. Magnetic Hesl-
.. ing. Consultation Free.
Bell phone I09-J Home phonel2
Over Albany State Bank Rooms 1-2
734 Lyon St 21S5 Home Thone
I examine the eyes to deter
.mine the error of refraction and
from this perscription I have
the glasses accurately made by
a manufacturing optician.
: E. C. MEADE, Optometrist j
The Apostolic Faith Mission will
give a special meeting on the streets
Saturday afternoon, and at the hall
in the evening at 7:30 o'clock 223 E.
Second street. Everybody invited.
FOR SALE Mission China closet,
Mission library table, beckwith air
tight stove, child's iron' crib, and
other household goods. Call at 1332
E, First, or phone 2111 Home.
..: ; . m25-27
FOR SALE Light roadster automo
bile. First class condition. Recent
ly overhauled. Address "Roadster'
care Democrat aSt!
County trips at reasonable rates.
City Auto Transfer. a!7tf
SETTING HENS WANTED Small
ish tame setters, healthy and with
no vermin, Linn Ringneck Ranch,
one-half mile south of Hneklivtan's
Grove, Lebanon road. m4-!8
Expert watch and clock repairing at
(Creamers Jewelry store. o25tf adv
WHEN , answering classified ads.
please mention the Democrat.
No. 1 Pine Hives, complete
Hive parts, smokers,
Car. First and Ellsworth Streets
FINE STORE ROOM
. All ready, with fix
tures, furnace heated,
Well located. See
Dr. A. STARK
Both cuntfy ani city people will gave money by trading -
Parkers' Busy Corner
W pay the highest price far eggs and produce, and sell on s low
margin. Low rent to us means more profit to you.
Parker & Parker Busy Corner
W. E. PARKER MACK PARKER
4th and Lyon street
ST. NATIONAL DANK
HOW SECURE ARE YOUR INSURANCE POLI
CIES, deeds, mortgages, jewelry, heirlooms, will and
private correspondence from fire, burglars or prying
HOW SERIOUSLY WOULD YOU BE INCON
VENIENCED if they. should be lost or destroyed?
WOULDN'T IT BE WORTH $1.00 A YEAR to know
they are absolutely safe in our modern safe deposit
We are showing some specialties
suitable for graduating presents at
very low prices. F. M. French & Son,
Jewelers and Engravers, n22J 1
Money to Loan.
In the following amounts: $10,000,
$5,000, $3,000, $2,000, $1,000. This is lo
cul money and want good all purpose
arm mortgage security. Call on
J V. PIPE,
203 W. 2nd St.
dly wk ilOtf
Careful attention given to all jew
elry repairing at Kreamer's new store.
Real Estate for Sale
Bargains in farm lands, city prop
erty; money to loan, insurance
written in the strongest old line
companies. Call on J. V. Pipe,
203 W. 2nd St
Physician and Surgeon
Both phones 60
330 W. First St Albany, Ore.
See E.R. CUMMINGS Big
fit slab, extra good quality, al
so 2nd growth fir slab made of
peeled timber. Same as last
year. Office phones Bell 143-J;
Home 1178. Res. phones: Bell
350; Home 146.
Buy Flour Now
While it lasts, The Dalles
Diamond Hard Wheat
Flour $1 40 S,
4 sacks $5.40
1 M. SENDERS & CO.
For Saw Mill
Inquire of Democrat
office, or phone
ST. SAVINGS DANK
A full line of Fresh Fruit and
Our prompt service ami cour
teous treatment will merit your
H. A. STEARNS. Prop.
Both Phones 58 .
212 W. 1st St.
Masonic Building, Albany, Or.
Both phones. I.ady Assistant
Golden Rule Dairy
' MILK and CREAM
2 Daily DeHverlet. Both phones
H. M. PALMER, Prop.
Albany Planing Mill
start a Checking Aeeount with
this bank and deposit frequeat
ly checks held before deposit
ing an sometimes returned un
paid marked, "No funds." ...
Pay local bills with your own
cheeks use our Drafts or Ex
change for those at distance.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
J. W. CUSICK ft CO., Bankers
NEW RUGS MADE FRO"
YOUR OLD CARPETS.' N.
W. Rug Co, Portland, Or.
M. L. SANDERS, .
Bell phone 377-Rj Home 83
By CITY AUTO TRUCK CO,
Light and heavy, all kinds
promptly altendsd te. OHioe
J. A. HOWARD, )2i W. 1st 3t
Bell 106-R; Home 61. Hours
7 a. m. to 6 p. m. Before and
after, 456-Y Bell; K-144 Home.
Jones Book Store
Subscriptions received for Mag
azines and periodicals. 333
West First St, Albany, Oregon.
A QUALITY STORE .
We sell the bestat lowest prlcas
F. G. Will
WE WANT YOUR
M. SENDERS & CO.
Open Saturday Evenings.
JIM . CHRIST. Manager
Many years chef In bit; hotels
Week days and Sundays. (
Will set up good banquet and
dinner parties. Open all day
from 5:30 a. m. to 8 p. m,
Is greatly IfccreosVd by decorating your walls and ceilings with dainty,
artistic wall pape Wall Paper of this kind la not expensive If pur
chased from us. It Is easy to select patterns dainty and arrlstlo from
our well aelected stock. Won't you let us show you early while our
stock Is unbroken?
We extend you s most hearty Invitation to sea our samples and
will do our best to makt you comfortable whlls looking them over.
Burkhart & Lee, Druggists
FOR GROCERIES AND
ELMER C. OIPB
Rooms S, 7, 9, 10, Cuskk Bank Bldg.
Nature cannot cure a disease unless
he cause la removed. Chiropractic
adjustments remove the cause.
DR. OEO. J. KENAQY
Suits 41-2, National Bank Bldg.
DR. 8. H. RUSSELL
Moerleld oakiaet steasa balks in
conaeetloo with adjuetiiigs and trsat
oaeats, restores health.
BeU 184-R Some 1461
C C. BRYANT
Attorney at Law :
.1)1-2 New First National Bank build'
ing, Albany, Oregon.
L. G. LEWELLING
Attorney at law Notary public
W FATHER FORD ft WEATHER.
Lawyers, Albsny, Ore.
REAL ESTATE ft INSURANCE
E. F. SOX
Real Estate, Loans, Fire Insurance.
First Mational Bank Building
H. F. MERRILL
Insurance and Loans
City warrants bouilit and sold. Room
No. 1, second floor, First Savings
panic winning, .Moany. urcgon
B. M. PAYNE Farm lands and city
property for sale. Real estate loans
Flr Insurance. Surety Bonds.
Rooms 19-21, Cuslck Block, Albany,
FOR RENT Four room apartment.
Inquire of Burggref, 118 2nd St.
LOTS FOR SALE The Bpaulins
addition. Short distance from Cen
tral and kigh schools. Both phones.
T. P. Hacklemaa. ' a24m24
ROOMS FOR RENT F. G. Will.
WOODSAWING By R. B. Tower,
successor of Id. Holland. Offloe
with Diif.a ft Danny. Bell 394-J;
FOR SALE 2 Fresh cows, 1 regis
tered Jersey bull calf, 2-yenr old
Holstein bull, 1 yearling shorthorn.
F. H. .Pfeiffer. m!9j2
FOR . SALE Library table, oak
dressers, rocker, white enameled
iron beds, springs and mattcrcsscs.
sanitary couch, room size fibre rugs,
small rugs, electric iron, boiler
tubs and wringer, kettle, lawn mow
er and other household necessities.
Many of the pieces are practically as
good as new. They are for sale at
bargain prices. D. H. Brattin, 527
Baker St, Bell phone m4!5-J
DRESSMAKING First class dress
making, reasonable prices, Mrs. M.
R. Boehmer, 424K West First St.
Bell phone 530-Y. m3june 3
POSITION WANTED Capable wo
man wants housekeeping; care of
E. L. STIFF ft SON
215 In 217 Lyon St.
New and Second Hand Qooda
Bought and Bold.
invalid, or child. Hell phone 204.
STRAYED A three-year old white
and yellow spotted Ayrshire bull.
Weighs about 9U0 lbs, and has hea
vy horns. Reward for information
as to whereabouts. D. R, Ncbcrgall
Meat Co. . m20tf
WORK WANTED Will go ot or
take work heme. Lace eurtains a
specialty. 25c per pair. Bell 598-J.
or 323 P.. 2nd. s4tf
WORK WANTED Washing out, or
at home, house cleaning, etc. Mrs,
G. W. Kuihcfl Bell 424-Y. Home
WANTED Girl to do general housc
work. Call at 1032 Washington St.
Order your silo material from the
Albany Lumber Co. Sawmill now run
ning. Both phones. m4tf
WEAVING Carp Ms and ros. Ut
satisfactory manner. Fhoas -T.
Mlsnle Smith. BStf
WANTS WORK Lady waats work
by day or beur. Home phsus, 349.
WORK WANTED Alone with fivo
children, want work of sny kmd.
Will go out or bring it home. S23
ft First St.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANOR A 10
million timber claim In Douglss
county for citr property or good
farm land. Home U4I flotf
Loans & Insurance
Collins & Taylor
Hamme! Hotel Building
We are at your
D. E. NEBERGALL
SECOND AND LYON STS.
Fine line of new
$1 to $10.00
Only 14.75 for 50 feet
DUG AN & DENNY
2nd ft Baker
, THE BEST
, "The Sin ol Quality"
1.16 Lyon St. Both Phonss