Albany daily democrat. (Albany, Or.) 1888-192?, August 26, 1918, Page 3, Image 3

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    ALBANY DAILY DEMOCRAT, MONDAY . AI'fJI'RT 2. ll.
fAUK THRKK.
I'l'KMH OK IMKKKHT
HM I.IIIANON
LEBANON, Aug. I.M.- The iha
nn achou! hoard him received the rcs-
5M
PARRETT
11-11
' Irnnlion of Mlas l-oltl, IVnn nnl Miss
Minimi Miiiifurd uf the high school
' family. Mbis Penn has accepted a
, position ill llu high school uf Ahcr
' dccn, Washington, and Mia Stanford
will go t" Albany high school,
liny liuvu elected Mix Nelson Mc
IiiiiiiiIiI, of Alluiny, t" fill one of the
vucuiuii't. They are atlll (hurt the
principal Mini two teachers fur thia
hrmirh of the achool.
An epidemic of broken nrma aeema
to have alrurk thv rounlry 1ml week
mid within four duya mi eiual nuin-
lMr uf broken anna were eet by the
RACTOf
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W. li. WALL1NGI ORD,
STATE DISTKIIIUTOK
Liberty Six - Premier Six
S22 AUm Sitt, I0RTLAND, ORE.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
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SOt 0 BY DTI fjfilSTS I VI mHI UF
Purity Is Our Slogan
I.KT IS 1IKMONSTKATK
Albany Pure Milk & Cheese Co.
Iluth I'hu
Sth and Jarkaon
Eastburn Bros.
THE GROCERS
lll'TTEItNUT lll(KAI . . . 10c and lie Loavee frreh every da
Regular Prices :
YELLOW CORN MKAI., "hulk," pound 7e
IIAHI.KY r'LOUR. hulk, pound
MACARONI, hulk, 3 pound
MASON qiJART JARS, doren
ECONOMY QUART J A US, dorcn
ri.KNTY OK Al l. SIZI-.S t'Kl'IT JARS
STOSK J A US, ALL SIZES
' COME AM) SKK
7 l-Jc
2Se
Sue
dotrn $1.20
25 rent gallon
local doctor. Th flrat wna Wallace
Kpirre, 14 year-old aon uf Fred Hpire
who livea few milee weal of the city.
He fell from plumtree Saturday and
hroka hia li ft arm Juat abova the
wriat.
1'he arrond waa a aon of Jua. Canov
who ulau 'fell from a plumtreu, from
whic h he wna pirkiiiif iluma and broke
hia rilit arm between the wriat ami
dhow.
Mondiiy the 12-year-old daughter
of Mr. and Mra. J. J. (Jnlloirhi-r, livimr
on thv I'eU'raon llutte road, ell
from a awinn; and auatalned a frac
ture of the riirht arm near the wriat.
Wrdneadiiy morniiiK Mra. W. K.
Kvera, livinu near Cruhtrve, auatalned
a hailly fnu'tured riifht arm while
U rankiiiK a Ford.
ell Tntom di-parted Saturdny for
Seattle where he n-ported for duty in
the navy. He ia one uf the Ihanun
Imya who enliateil aonie AO dnya ai(o
in the navnl reaervea. Frank Owlfry,
another of the aame rlaaa, departed
Thuradny for Hremerton with ordera
tu report Fridiiy.
The l.lnn rounly exemption lionrd,
ronaintiiiK of Dr. W. II. Davia, Sheriff
U. II Itmline and County Clerk It.
M. Uuaaell and Mini Mue Tillman, aa
elerk, were in llmnon Tueaduy and
h -Id a aeaaion of the hoard here eon
aiderini an application for exemption
from Waterloo. ,
Mra. J. g. Uoilera and Mra. W. W.
Meianer drove over from Alhany Sun
dny to are their parenta, Mr. and Mra.
Joaeph Meianer, an aured pioneer
cmple of Waterloo. Miaa Mamie l)e
vine accompanied them and atopjied
here with her uncle, John Ilevine am)
aunt, Mra. (ieorire Hanly.
T. M. Jonea received word Wednea
diiy from hia aon who waa a memlier
of Co. M, lfilM infantry but who ia
now attached to Co. (J; 101t infant
ry, that they were In the thick of the
firht for aeveral duya the firat of the
month hut at he time of writinjr waa
hack ia a dugout tnkini? a well-earned
napitp from the fitrhtinir line. He
anid that while the fie-htinirvaa fierce
at times it waa not ao had after he
oni pot uaed to it. He had ao far
tacnped Injury.
',. F. Ilifhec waa hrouirht into the
lhanun hoaplli.1 from hia home in
I'leaaant Valley Monday ninrht, in a
aerioua condition, and on Tueadav
AUVKKTISKMKNT FOR BKWKR
CONSTRUCTION
Sealed lilda will he received by the
Council of the City of Alhany, Orexon,
until l-.W o'clock P. M., Auxuat W,
IIMM, for the cunatructiun of an eiihu
Inch lateral aewer heflnninir at the
manhole in the Oak Street Trunk
Sewer between Firat and Second
Streeta and runninur thence Weeterlv
Into lllock 7 in Hackleman't 3rd Ad
dition to the City of Albany, Orenjon,
a diatanca uf 272 feet.
Said aewer ronatrurtion Ui bmade
in accordance with the Charter and
Ordinmirea uf auid City of Albany and
the plana, apecificationa and eatimatea
of the City F.nirineer now on file in
the office uf the Recorder of aaid City,
where the plana may lie aeen and
apecificationa and eatimatea obtained.
Jliile will ba oiiened at 7:30 o'clock
I. M.. Auiruat 28, 1K1H.
No proiioaal or bid will lie eonaider-
ed unfeaa accompanied by a certified
1 rheck payable to the City of Albany
I in an amount equal to five per cent
I of the axurreuate hid to be forfeited
' aa fixed and liquidated damairea in
raae the bidder neiflecta or refuaea
to enter into a contract and provide an
approved liond in a aum equal to 60
Per cent of the amount to be paid un
der auch contract for the faithful per.
formance thereof, and within ten daya
after notification of awarding of auch
, contract to auch bidder.
I All bida muat be made with a view
I of completing: the conatruction of aaid
aewer prior to the lt day of October.
1 1 !1 K. under a liuidutcd penalty of
1 10.00 per day for each day uf delay
I lyond that period.
I All bida ahould lie addreaaed to "Re
corder of City of Albany, Oreiron,"
, marked "Propoaal for the construc
: tion of lateral aewer."
Hy Order of the Council.
I L. !. I. K WELLING,
; Recorder of the City of Albany, Ore
1 iron. dloa27
HAY. CRAIN FEKI)
Stork and I'ouliry Supplire
ftaaolina and Oila
IT. 0. HATNE,
Eaat Third and Main Streeta
UNIVERSITY of OREGON "t'XZr
I;ully rii!H'i1 lilirrnl rultnr nmi MC'.cill.f.cili'litirliiiritlN. Spcc.nl
LI lriti.tijl in i'mtiinrrrr, .ItiiirmiliHiti. ArvliihTliirt, liw, .Miliriiir
1 rarltini. l iltratrv H'nrk. M.iic II..Marlt.i?l ,rl-. I'htir.il I rMlninCtal 1-1 nr Ai
Fff all a(-Indole-, bat4 aid r aM-r tvnrr ( r. M-aM oatr I eewplrlr mtrtm l leraw lie. fcrtJik. L
Kikldk TiUUeai I III .. I tl.rt ail lll.lNrll ...l.nH-aa. tlrf.Wtr. Ir MrR Maitl WMira,
I YlV"-..- IK-lN-w-r U.-r-t. mm.Ii P(H.rliHtl lur o.arktMa .' I Jf
I ;. " Writ IUtkltr. t-ufriar. ItrrgiHi. bar Mla.lrailnl baM.klt-l. 1-.
Slab Wood
Can mako 1MMKIIIAI K DKI.I VKU1KS
F R. (TMMINGS
Plums and Prunes
Wanted
We v.-ill pay one rint a pound for any variety of plum except I)am
aon fur which we will pay two centa. Any quantity taken, pound up
I'KTIT TRUNKS we offer one and one-half centa.
ITALIAN l'RLNF.S we offer two eenta a pound.
UFMKMUKR. WE PAY CASH O.N OKI. 1VKHY and furnish all box
en to pii'k and idtip in. '
Plum must Iw firm and unbruiccd. Overripe or oft refused.
WK ALSO WANT ALL YOI R ULACMIKItUIKS.
Linn & Benton Fruit Assn.
V. R. Scoit, Mgr.
Auto Vacuum Freezer
A CUANKLKSS H K CRKAM FREKZKR that will freeie Perfect Ice
Cream in .10 minute WITHOUT TI RNINC A CRANK:
Six-Dlah i.e Free:
12-liah aize Free
$2.95
$1.00 and 11.50
Wood worth Drujl Co,
Announcement
Extraordinary
The
FORDSON TRACTOR
Can be seen at the
FORD GARAGE
Arrnntre for a demonstration with W. W. CRAWFORD, 9th and
Baker Streets, opposite S. P. Depot, Albany, Oregon.
Trice. huludinR plow $1125.00
To lluy Furnlahinta
Mra Orant I'lrtle left thia morninr
for Portland, where ah will buy new
furniahinira for the dinintr .room of
the St. Franria Hotel.
Received Call
Rotund Allen, who enlisted in June
in the navy, received hia call to re
port and left for Seattle thia morn
ing, where he will ya in training aa
a aerond-elaaa seaman.
Keen Vialling llolman'a
Mr. R. W. llolman and aon and
Mra. I). II. llolman left for their
humea in Moacow, Iduho, thia mominir
after viaitinar for aeveral days with
Mr. and Mra. W. II. llolman.
morning; underwent a auryiral opera
tion for rectal trouble. While hi ail
ment is not to be conaidered danger
oua it is serious and will at best in
capacitate him for several weeks to
come.
Rev. Frank Jnroe n turned home
Tueaday from Gimp Tajtor, Louia
ville, Kentucky, where he spent six
weeks in training for the work of
chaplain. He stopped off en route at
Chicago for a short visit with hi mo
ther. Hi preparatory r urae ended
aucceaafully and he secured his com
mission aa chaplain with the rank of
first lieutenant. He has teen asain
ed to duty at Camp Pike, Little Rock,
Arkansas, and will report there Sep
tember 5. He will remain in Lebanon
until next week and will fill the pal
pit at the Methodist church Sunday
morninir. They will pack up their
household (foods and Mrs. James and
tile children will no to St. Helens,
where they will remain until Mr.
James returns from the army.
Mr. I). R. O'Brien received word
Tuesday from her son, James Thomp
son, a former memlier of the 162d
regiment, but lately on duty with the
127th infantry, that he had been rais
ed while in action on the front and
had been removed to a hospital some
where in the southern part of France
and waa at the time of writing fret
ting along nicely and hoped to be out
again in a short time. Criterion.
CITY NEWS
VIERECK'S BATHS
He
f Upon 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. .Saturday 10 p.m.
Corner Flrat and F.llaworth Streeta
"How Do
You Do"
And
"Good Bye"
You Use Those Wotd
when friends come to
your home. You are
g!nd to see them, and
orry that they are
leaving.
IT IS THE WAY OF THE MULTNOMAH HOTKL at Portland.
Cordinlity of Greeting, nice aorvlce. garage for your use If you are
driving a car, and cloae proximity to all plncc of Interest, are mak
ing The Multnomah
PORTLAND'S LEADING HOTEL
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Koy Stewart
In Triangle Play,
"Faith Enduriii' "
, At The Rolfe Tuesdajr
lft for Seattle
Mra. W. J. Shehler and daughter
left for Seattle yeaterday, where the
will viait for aeveral week.
To Attend Klka' Convention-
Otto l-ee went to Portland yeater
day afternoon and will remain in Port-
and until after the Klka' convention.
Left for Home -
Robert Livingaton left yesterday
for hia home in Halco, Waahington,
after viaiting here for aeveral week.
On Huaineae Trip-
Henry Pape left Sunday on bua
inea trip to Aatoria.
Here Visitinr
Mr. Emeat Kyle of Corvalli la
visiting in Albany.
Rrturned From Vancouver
Mrs. M. McAlpin and daughter re
turned from Vancouver, where thev
had been visiting Mr. McAlpin.
Visiting Brother
Mrs. J. E. Miller of Jefferson is
visiting her brother, W. II. Bowman,
for several day.
Spent Sunday Here
Ralph Kenton of Portland pent
Sunday at the home of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Kenton.
Honor Guard to Give Dance
Friday evening the Honor Guard
pirls will give a dance for the bene
fit of the Red Cross. The full ar
rangements have not been made.
Coca to Newport
Miss Hazel Earl left this noon for
Newport, where she will visit for a
week.
On Busineas Trip
A. W. MetigeT left for Portland
this morning on a biuinesa trip.
Salem for the Day
Mrs. R: Devaney and daughter, Mra.
M. S. Allen, left for Salem on the
morning electric to spend the day.
Portland's ' M-n
Eyesight Specialist
Bm EqnipaM! OfftcM
uJ Laboratenr. All worii
Dr. Wheat
Iforna Ride. Waah-
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Hamilton's
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rU turns Hoaae i
Mr. Bert Helmic returned to her
home in Kelso, Washington, thia
morning after visiting at the Grant
Smith & company' camp near Al-lany.
GET WELL
THOUSANDS r .i-ERERS WHO
HAVK ! Ml-EU
to et relief In any other war are Invited
l Investigate Chirr.practlc methods, which
are permanently curinc hundreds every
dur.
THE BEST OP CHIROPRACTIC
I'UCNOSTICIANS
artll thoroushly examine you, make a com
plete dlnaniM.19 of yuur smse and direct
your tr.itmnta.
WITHOUT ANY COST TO YOU
WHATEVER
CHIROPRACTIC will permanently ear
S5 per cent of all dleses.
PACIFIC CHIROPRACTIC COI.l.EOR.
Corner ,.f Park and Yamhill. Portland. Or.
HOSPITAL, in connection with college.
Will handle out-of-town patlenta at a
nv'Ht reasonable rate. In order to ahow
what Chiropractic can do. Address all
communications to
DR. O. W. ELLIOTT, Pre.
PUBLIC SALE
We will sell at Public Auction on
the M. H. Wilds farm 7 miles east
of Albany and 3 mile West of
Crabtree
TUESDAY, AUGUST 27
commencing at 10 a. m.:
Horses. Cattle. 35 Hogs, Machinery.
Etc, Household Goods
Lunch served st Noon by Lakeview
Red Cross Auxiliary.
PRES a and W. J. MARSHALL,
Proprietors
A. L. Stevenson, Ralph McKechoW
Auctioneer Clerk
Are You Tied Down
Like this Woman?
Does every washday find you toiling over the steaming
suds?
Look at the other woman washday is a comfort to her.
Washday would be a comfort to you if you washed with
the ' " .
Electric Washer
REDUCED FROM $1 45.00 to $132.50 FOR A
FEW DAYS ONLY. $7.50 down $12.50 per
month puts The Thor in your home. No inter
est. Pay with you r Electric Bill.
Does all the washinp pnd wringing from the
heaviest blankets to the finest laces without
work or worrv. The saving of wear and tear
of clothes soon oavs for The Thor. Costs but
2 cents an hour to ooerate.
Come in before next Washday let us demon-'
strate what The Thor will do for you.
Or phone us and we will send a machine to
your home for you to try.
Oregon Power Co.
306 W. 2d St.
Both Phones 15