Albany daily democrat. (Albany, Or.) 1888-192?, July 27, 1918, Page 3, Image 3

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    A I.HAN V DAILY DKMIMHAI. HATt ItDAY, JII.Y 27. 118.
PAGE THRU.
The Biggest
Value
in an Automobile in America today is a
Chevrolet
'490' at $795.02
Albany
An economical car to operate-a practical and durable car whirh
requires a niitiliiiuni miiuiint of attention is lliis satisfactory auto
mobile. The Chevrolet gives aatiafartion and comfort for leas money than
any similarly cpiipticd car.
Price Advances to $845.00
August 1st
Buy Now and Save $50.00
CAN M h V. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
C.H. MURPHY
DIS I KMIl TOIt HK I.INN CO.
Purity Is Our Slogan
LET t'S I SMONSTKATK
Albany Pure Milk & Cheese Co.
Ilolh I'hnnra
Sth and Jackson
PAINT
IVOHOID HEADY MIXK1) TAINT 8.1c quart. 2.8.- Ration
FLOOR PAINT that will not turn while when scrubbed with hot
water and will not mar or brrak with hard usage. !Tc quart, $2.95 gal.
Woodworth Drug Co.
How About Ice ?
A phone call will bring the Iceman PI.ACK ORDERS EARLY.
Ice Cream
Thia la our specialty both large and amnll ordcra promptly filled.
Soft Drinks
We aro headquarters for Rlltx, I.uxo, Amber, Toko and Appo.
Service will aoon be cut to two deliverlea per day.
ALBANY ICE & COLD
STORAGE CO.
Third' and Vine Both Phona
soeyii L
riiurtiilriyly ii)uitit'i in evtry
tuil wun Iti. i i.iluiMitl tJntiH r jmily of
Wliu i.iy j-vi'iiiiif at wiiii h M
Karl Kurt.ni'Vr, h K U-ii( i tiU-rlinn-i-il
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-ru c-ohij.J -ii'd with un uliwtiv; flor
ul c'MU'Jim. t i.nc who in-1 rt lfl
the lul'Ii wriv tin .tliMitik Kuth I.IVW1
KimmI, M..e ll:.H.irk ( . lolyn Wright.
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iti-IiKtit ful ivtiun Ma. imhim) hy the
Neon Nuiiifum rl.iti iitiiii em nni their
iiunIiuikIk tt Mi. unite of Mr. und Mm.
Kilwunl VieriM-k. 'i'lu rowtl motored
out early in th vvttux and upent u
jolly time in nM fiinlwm.e. Kaniea Mini
liivi-rmoim. '1 he ruoniK were attrac
tively uilorne with a prof union of
nuininer hlonnomn, aweetpt'im iirtd row
pr.'ilominunt, ( oiitpliinenUMl KumU
fur the evetiiiiK were Mr. and Mm.
Dave J'ltttemon, Mr. and Mm. Frank
Hrytint and the Mihm-h Harel Hall,
Kuth KuwhriKi and Nina IiendinK
Mi Aletha CurmmiiK was hunter
Wedneiday evening to the lleta (imn
ma yirl. A covered dih BupiH-r look
op the earlier part of the evening.
'I he trueNU encircled a handsoiuely ap
pointed tn hie centered with a hou(uct
of ShiiHtu laiii, and currying out
the yellow and white color acherne.
I he remainiler of the evening waa
parnied in a mial way.
An attractive A I Krewo luncheon
whm prenided over on Monday ly Mm.
T. A. Young and Mm. Harry II. Tunick '
on the beautiful court of the Younif j
home. Mm Ionide Kleury of San
Kratirinco, n gueitt of Mini Flora Ma
on, wn the honor gueet for thin af
fair. The perfect appointments of the
tahle were completed with a center
piece of vurirti summer flowem.
I'laceM were armnpred for 12 guest.
The remainder of the time was passed
in knitting.
Mr. and Mm. A. J. Kahn, Mr. and
Mrs. Kdwardii. Mr. and Mm. Walton,
all of Salem, and Mitts Savoy of Itrit
iih Cukimhia, were dinner guents at
the Thomas Hopkins home on Wed
nesday evening, when Mm. Hopkins
entertained in a delightful and inform
I al wav. letter in thv evening dancing
was the diversion until a late hour.
A charming little dnnring party will
he presided over tonight in the Hotel
Albany, with Mr. and Mm. Bert West
hrook as hosts. The attractive dance
parlor has U-en gaily adorned, the '
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BSeason Wind-Up,l
IPre-Inventory Sale!!
Is a Short but Sharp Bargain Event
One Day Is Gone. Three More to Follow :
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
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Suits, Coats, Hats, Shoes, Flaxon, Voiles,
Koveralls, Men's Pajamas, Boys' Sport
Waists, Fruit Jars, Dried Fruits, Cocoa,
Macaroni, Men's Caps, Shirts, Sweaters,
Women's Vests, Union Suits, Camisoles,
Waists, House Drasses, and many
more Goods
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THIS IS A LAST OPPORTUNITY
Good Bye, See You Monday Morning
HAMILTON? .
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Nobody can Tell when you
Darken Gray, Faded Hair
with Sage Tea.
Grandmother kept her hair beauti
fully darkened. Kiosay and attractive
with a brew of Saae Tea and Sulphur.
Whenever her hair took on that dull,
faded or etreaked appearance, thia aim
pie mlstura waa applied with wonder
ful efTret. Hy nuklnic at any druK
tore far "Wyeth'e 8ak and Sulphur
Compound. you will aet a larae bot
tle of thia old-time recipe. Improved
by the addition of other Inft-redlenta. all
ready to uae. at very little cost. Thia
almple mixture can be depended upon
to reetore natural color and beauty to
the hair.
A well-known downtown riruj;-lat
aaya everybody ueea Wyeth'a Saee and
Kulphur Compound now because It
dnrkene ao naturally and evenly that
nobody can tell It haa been applied
It'a ao eafly to uie. too. Tou almpty
dnmpen a comb or soft brush and
draw It through your hair, taklna; one
atrand at a time. Ily mornlna; the
irray hair dlsnppeara: after another
appllratlon or two. It la reetored to Ita
natural color and looka Rlnaay. aoft
and beautiful. Thin preparation la a
dellKhtful toilet requisite. It la not In
tended for the cure, mitigation or pre
vention of d Incase.
do-orations carryintr out the red, white
and blue color acheme. Punch will re
fresh the danrera durinit the eveninir
and at a laU hour a dainty lunch
tt served.
. I
Mra. Rotert E. Greene was a mvelv
hostess this week when she presided 1
at a dinner party Friday evening. An
effective ccnterpec of pink pladiola
completed the dainty appointments of
the table. The eveninc was passed in
a sociul wuy.
The announcement of the entrap
ment of Mis Anne Dawson to Lieut. ;
Gordon K. Van Gundia, brought quite '
a ripple of surprise anions her manv i
friends in Albany and other towns. The .
weddinir will take place Tuesday of ;
next week, in Newport, at the Kpis- !
copal church, an informal military
wedding. Miss Iawson has been '
spending the summer in Newport ;
where she became cntracd to Lieut. :
Van Gundia, who is in military service ,
in the aviation division, and has been
in Newport for the past few months, j
The Sixth birthday of little Cecil!
Nickerson was celebrated on Mondav !
with a jolly little party. About ten
guests were present to spend the time
in irames and later enjoy liirht refresh-;
ments. I
BOYS WANTED We Seed the serv
ices of a number of Grammar school
boys for permanent part-time work.
The boys we select will be well paid
and iriven an opportunity to earn,
learn and advance. Apply to Mr.
Forrest C. Wire. 638 E. 5th St., Al
bany, Ore. Bell phone 429-R.
jlH-.'Sal
HAY. GRAIN. FEED
Stock and Poultry Supplies
Gasoline and Oils
C. G. HAYNE.
East Third and Main Streets
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boa. fjatmd w Slaa. KifataM.
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SOU BY DfilQCBTS EVQmntit
Blach j&m
Tread J&m
SidesL
fex Where Beaur
3&a& More Than
Skin Deep
m &$yfi$mM3 triad to
leaving.
"How Do
You Do"
And
"Good Bye"
You Uae Thoae Words
when friends come to
your
home. You
see them.
that they
are
and
are
IT IS THE WAY OK THE MULTNOMAH HOTEL at Portland.
Tordinlity of Greeting, nice service, trnmirc for your use if you are
driving a car, and close proximity to all places of interest, are mak
ing The Multnomah
PORTLAND'S LEADING HOTEL
Your Summer Outing
For health resort aad mountain outings: nrcitenhush Hot Springs,
Mt. Jefferson, Marion and Pamelia Lakes.
We have now established a daily pack train and saddle horses.
Also hnve a mountain outfitting and general merchandise store, at
Detroit, Oregon.
For further information, Roy Newport, S. P. Lunch Counter, Albany,
Oregon; or Detroit, Oregon.
WE never saw a motorist who
wouldn't admit that the Black
Tread and Red Sides combination In
Diamond Tires makes the handsomest
tire equipment he ever saw.
But we're here to tell you that you can't
see the real beauty about Diamonds,
their husky strength and long mileage.
You read about it on your speedometer
after thousands of miles.
Take our "tip"l Try one Diamond! Itll
cost you less than the average tire, and
before long, youll want Diamonds "all
around". '
Diamond Tube don't deteriorate
while you carry them as "extras."
They hold their Life for yean.
FRANK W. HORSKY
113 W. 1st St., on Pacific Highway
Albany, Ore.
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