Albany daily democrat. (Albany, Or.) 1888-192?, August 21, 1918, Page 3, Image 3

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ALBANY DAILY DEMOCRAT, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1918
fAUl TUU
"When a man gets to wanting
real tobacco comfort and
lasting quality he can go
straight to Real Gravely
Chewing Plug every time.
Peyton Brand
Real Gravely
Chewing" Plug
10c a pouch and worth it
Gravity laat ao mat A lungmr tt camtt
no mora to ciativ than ordinary plug
P. B. Gravaly Tobacco Company
LaitvilU, Virginia
Mill Man ll.rr lfiiliiijf to husiiirH mutters in Allmnv
C. J. Hiirrinon f Hitrri wns nt- ttiihiy.
Purity Is Our Slogan
I.Kt" IS DEMONSTRATE
Albany Pure Milk & Cheese Co.
Both Phones 5th and Jackson
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I CITY NEWS 1
I I
I'r. KIkkk !-
I'r. (i. K. Iliyvpt, now holding the
rnnk of first lieutenunt In tliu If. 8.
mrdii'lil corps, lift Ilial liil'hl for
training camp.
Vi Audi Trip
Attorney Curl Hux anil I r. W. I'.
While left this morning on an auto
trip to Wnldport iiml other coast
points. They will ho gone fur three
ur four iluya.
Sliuiitcrmun Leaves
Iv I.. Shuhterman, who has been
employed hy tho Senders feedstore,
haa severed hia connection with that
firm uml left today fur Pendleton,
where ha haa accepted a new p-jai-tion.
Itt-liirnrd Home
Mr. I. T. Knighton of Monroe re
turned home this morning after a
visit hero with her sisters.
Nice Here
II fii ry Nice of Nice, Oregon, U.in
culn county), spent yesterday in Al
hnny on hia wny to I'ortlnnil to at
tend the C. A. It. encampment, anil
will iilmi ri'inain in Portland to nttend
the Y.Ik' convention next week.
Went lo Newport
Mr. uml Mra. I). H. Morrison and
ljuit'ht.-r Miiri'iiret went to Newport
this noon for an outing.
TnkinK Yaratinn
Mr. and Mra. Otto l.ee and children
left yesterday for a week'a vacation
on the McKenzie river.
To .Move to Albany
D. II. Pierce of Ilarrishurtr waa in
AlUiny yeHteidiiy mukin arrane:
menta to move here aoon.
Ilrrp From Spokane
Mra. A. L. Herring and aon of Spo
Xnnc lire here vmitinif Mra. HcrrinK'a
purenta, Mr. and Mra. O. I'. Allphin.
Leave on Hunting Trip
l. (). Woodworth. Will Fortmillcr.
I'crry Conn and N. I. Conn left todav
Auto Vacuum Freezer ii
A CKANKI.KSS l( K Cltl'.AM HtKKZKIt that will freeze IVrfrrt Ire !
Cream in 30 minutea MTIIOCT I I IIMMI A ( HANK: 1
BE PRETTY! TURN
GRAY HAIR DARK
Try Grandmother's Old Favorite
Kecipe of Sage Tea and
Sulphur.
Six Plah the Tie
il!-I)ih aize Kre
$-.'.9.-.
tl. 110 r.id $1.50
Woodworth Drug Co.
lab Wood
(an nml.f IMM KIM AT K 0KI.1VKK1KS
K. K. CUMMINCS
A! moat vryona knows that 6am
Ta and Sulphur, proparly compound-
! ad, brtnea back tn natural color ana
luatra to tha hnlr when faded, streaked
i or gray. Years ao the only way to
' ret this mixture was to make It 'at
. home, which la muaay and trouble
aoms. Nowadays, by aaklnir at any
drug etore for "Wyeth's Sage and 8ul
i phur Compound," you will iret a targe
bottle of this famous old recipe, lm
I proved by the addition of other ln
; gradients, at a small coat.
I Don't stay gray! Try tt! No one
ran poaalbly tell that you darkened
your hair, as It doea It so naturally
and evenly. You dampen a wponne or
soft bruah with It and draw this
throuirh your hair, taking: one small
strand at a, time; by morntnpr the (tray
hair disappear, and after another ap
plication or two, your hair becomes
beautifully dark, glomry and attractive,
Wyeth's Bare and Sulphur Com
pound Is a delightful toilet requisite
Vor those who desire dark hair and a
youthful appearance. It ts not In
tended for the curs, mitigation or pre
i ventlon of disease.
a (Icur-huntiritr trip. Thy expect
Ut hunt In Uu nfihhorhooil of liflk
nnp Sprint's. j
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Went to Asloria 1
K. K. (.'ruwfonl left yvsU'f'lay af
ternoon for AnUiriu on business.
Mrs. Culp Here
Mrs. J. II. (.'ulp of Ix-hanon but
formerly of Alhuny, sjmtiI the morn
ing here on her way to I'ortluml for
a week's visit with friends.
Visitinii Old Friends-
Mrs. Joseph I'incua and daughter
Minnie of Tucoiiitt are here visiting
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Senders. Mrs.
I'incua and Mrs. Senders are old
friends.
Srio People Here
M. J. Miles and mother, Mrs. W. C.
Miles of SHo, transacted business here
yesterday.
Visiting Here
Miss Iiorothy Hulbrook and Miss
Beatrice Hoi brook of Springfield are
iiere visiting relatives.
Iteturn to Minnesota
Mr. and Mrs. John Koth, of Lam
berton, Minnesota, who have been
here visiting Mrs. Koth's sister, Mrs.
Wm. Schneider, left yesterday for
their home.
Here From Kremerton
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Stewart and
'hildren of Hremerton are here visit
ing relatives. Mr. Stewart is in the
naval reserve, having a ten-days' fur
lough. This will probably le his last
visit here for awhile as he expects to
be transferred to sea duty soon.
HZHZHZHZHZHXHZ HAMIL IONS' ZHZHZHZHZHZHSH
The Tendency of the New
Fall Trimmings
CHENILLE and
SILK
Fringes will be used in many new and novel ways and tassels will play a great
part in finishing your apparel for Fall.
We are now readv to show you Blue, Brown and Black CHENILLE FR1NCF.
and Blue, Brown. Rose, White and Black CHENILLE TASSLES.
FRINGE 73c a vd TASSLES ........ 35c e
ALSO A beautiful assortment of laree Chenille Tassels. Fancy Peacock, Fan
cy Gold, Fancy Green and Fancy Bronze at, 95c each
SILK FRINGES and TASSELS in many sizes and shades 10c to 35c
IIKNKY It. WALTHALL MAKES
DKHl'T AS I'AKALTA STAR
Henry B. Walthall, celebrated atar,
will appear at the Kolfe Theater for
two days commencing Friday in his
fimt I'urulta play, "His Kobe of Hon
or." Adapted from"the book by Ethel
and James Dorrunce, thia play has a
vital, fnscinutintr story, and is told
convincingly and with novel treat
ment.. The picture asks the question:
"Can a disreputable lawyer be re
ieemed and become an upright judge"
and then answers it with breathless
intensity, thrillinjr situations, romant
ic moments and climaxes of smashing
force.
Miss Mary Charlcson will be seen
playing opposite Wuithall in the role
of Roxana Frishee, adventuress, who
assists the shyster lawyer in his un
derhand methods until his conscience
is awakened by the noble nature of
Laura N'cTaon, a girl of high instincU.
THRILLING DUEL IN
NEW TRIANGLE PLAY
Handsome Bill Desmond has a rare
opportunity to show his skill with the
sword in the latest Triangle picture.
"The Sea Panther," at the Rolfe today
and Thursday.
The picture is of pirate days. In a
duel, Desmond is the victor. The fight
is declared one of the most realistic
ever staged.
'Designer" Woman Here
Mrs. E. M. Bower of San Francisco
is here in the interest of the "Design
er," for which magazine Flood's Store
has the Albany agency.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
Notice ia hereby given that the
partnership heretofore know at Leav
engood St Wynne has been dissolved
by mutual consent, S. S. Wynne hav
ing retired from the firm. The Al
bany of fie, haa been closed but tb
Lebanon business will henafur be
conducted by C. L Leavsnffoo.
C. I. LEAVENGOOD AND
L. 8. WYNNE.
August 16th, 1918. 16a
"How Do
You Do''
And
"Good Kye"
You Use Those Words
when friends come to
your home. You are
see them, and
that they are
" leaving.
IT IS THE WAY OF THE MULTNOMAH HOTEL at Portlund.
Cordiality of Greeting, nice service, tfnnige for your use If you are
driving a car, and close proximity t.) all plncea of Interest, are mak
ing The Multnomah
PORTLAND'S LEADING HOTEL
J VIERECK'S BATHSM
SsvBM"tf
VjX t le'i Open 7 a.m. to 7 p-niMRnluri1
S fWA Corner First and Ellaworl
lays 10 p.m.
Ellsworth Streets
ADVERTISEMENT FOR SEWER
CONSTRUCTION
Sealed bids will be received by the
Council of the City of Albany, Oregon,
until 7:30 o'clock P. M., August 28,
1H18, for the construction of an eight
inch lateral sewer beginning at the
manhole in the Onk Street Trunk
Sewer between First and Second
Streets nnd runniosr thence Westerlv
Into Block 7 in Iliicklemon's 3rd Ad
dition to the City of Albany, Oregon,
a distance of 272 feet.
Said sewer construction to bo mnde
in nccordnncie with the Charter nnd
Ordinances of said City of Albany nnd
the plans, specifications and estimates
of the City Engineer now on file in
the office of the Recorder of said City,
where the plnns niny be seen nnd
specifications nnd estimates obtained.
Bids will be opened nt 7:30 o'clock
P. M., August 28, una.
No proposal or bid will be consider
ed unless accompanied by a certified
check payable to tho Cily of Albnny
in nn amount eipinl to five per cent
of the nggregntc bid to bo forfeited
as fixed and liquidated dnmages in
case the bidder neglects or refuses
to enter into a contract nnd provide an
approved bond in a sum equal to f0
per cent of the amount to be pnid un
der such contract for the faithful per
formance thereof, and within ten days
nfter notification of awarding of such
contract to such bidder.
All bids must be made with a view
of completing the construction of said
sewer prior to the 1st day of October.
l'"8 under a liquidated pennlty of
$10.00 per' day for each dny of delay
beyond that period.
All bids should he addressed to "Re
corder of City of Albnny, Oregon,"
marked "Proposal for the construc
tion of lateral sewer."
By Order of the Council.
L. G. LF.WEI.LING,
Recorder of the City of Albany, Ore.
gon. dlRa27
WHEN ANSWERING classifieds ads.
kindly mention The Democrat.
PUBLIC SALE
We will sell at Public Auction on
the M. H. Wilda'fann 7. milei.east
of Albany and 3 miles west of
Crabtree'
TUESDAY, AUGUST 27
commencing at 10 a. m.:
Horses. Cattle, 35 Hogs, Machinery.
Etc., Household Goods
Lunch served at Noon by Lakeview
Red Cross Auxiliary.
PRES B. and W. J. MARSHALL.
Proprietors
A. L. Stevenson, Ralph McKechnie
Auctioneer Clerk
Eastburn Bros.
THE GROCERS
BUTTERNUT BREAD .lOeandlSe Loaves freak every day
Regular Prices :
YELLOW CORN MEAL, "bulk," pound U
BARLEY FLOUR, bulk, pound'..."..". : 7 l-1e
MACARONI, bulk, 3 pounds ZSc
MASON QUART JARS, dozen ft
ECONOMY QUART JARS, dozen doxca flt
PLENTY OF ALL SIZES FRUIT JARS
STONE JARS, ALL SIZES 2S craU gUea
COME AND SEE
Early
Showing Fancy
Wool I
wealters
S
ThisJantzen
sweater is de
signed espec
wttyforyoung fellows at school
or college.
JAtitin fVtorv iiippltn maw
v-hoolt owl oolU-vH-i frith iUrtl
ia iht'if own cvJort . ortlrr fhrwuf h
your rtsUcr Pir wool
Having been very fortunate in r eceiving our sweaters early this season, We are now showing a nam
ber of these.
WHAT IS YOUR COLOR?
Look at this list of colors, and then come in and look at the sweaters.
EMERALD AND GOLD
NAVY AND GOLD
CARDINAL AND EMERALD
PURPLE AND GOLD
GREEN AND WHITE
SCARLET AND WHITE
ROYAL AND GOLD
ORANGE AND BLACK
THESE ARE ALL WOOL SWEATERS AND VERY REASONABLY PRICED. GET YOURS BEFORE YOUR COLOR IS TAKEN
Ifiie d
lain Clothing Co,
" Value-First for Men and Boys "