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    ALBA NT DAILY . DEMOCRAT, WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 18. 191
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ifles and Cartridges
fur Shouting Right
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ia by IM Naltuaal Uitla AMMial.a al WMhtiujtua.
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TUB REMINGTON ARMS UNION METALLIC
CARTRIDGE COMPANY, laa.
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WUULWUHTH BUILDING MW YOU CITY
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Public Sale
On Thuradny, Sept. I'.Mh, at 111 a in., I will aril lit public auction at
Froman Htation, 3 miles southeast of Albany on Ilia Brownsville
Itoa.l:
T dairy cowa. niuatly hlirhgrade Jerseys. S of them are now fresh,
aom coming frrah aoon, balance during winter ami early spring. Thev
are bred to Nancy V of Oregon King 1IV7I0.
For Ilia year 11)17, the record of Ti of thia herd in the l.inn County
Cow-Testing Aaaoriation, waa 'JJfi.S Ids. of fat in addition to the milk
uaed ly th. ralvea. The 111 H record ia not yet complete, hut 137,7l'H
ix.unda of milk have Iwi aol.l from the whule herd from Janunry tu
August (inrlualve).
On Hay Mare-fl yri old, with
rolt.
One aurrrl mare, 7 yeara old,
with roll.
Two yearling Colt.
(ln 7-ft. Iliac Harrow.
One 2 horse Harrow.
On Manure Spreader.
One Steam Knglne.
One Wire, Stretcher.
Some Oak Wood.
Some lumlier.
TKKMS OK SAI.K
Suma under $'J(.U, rash. Bankable notes for aeven montha, learinK
intercut at 8 per rent, will be accepted on larger amounta. 2 wr
rent off for raah on auma aliova tJO.OO.
II. SUI'TF.I.f., Auctioneer C. WILLIAMSON, Clerk
TnOS. SI'ILLMAN. Owner
Lt NCII WILL II K KF.KVKD AT NOON by the RED CROSS
Marriage l.lrrnsr
The county clerk today iaaued
marriiige licenaa ta Waile ( nnoy and
Klliel l.imlley, both of Lelianon.
Application Filed
An application tu register title to
certain landa in l.inn county waa filed
tixluy by ('. C. Knyiler.
Home From Newport
Mia. J. A. Van WaninVand little
daughter have returned from a two
week a' outing ft the beach.
Arrived Veaterday
Harney KropP "i"' J"h" iraier re
turned to Albany laat nitfht.
Returned From WaahinKlon
Mra. II. It. Worth and dauithter have
returned from a two weeks' visit at
rhvhalis and Seattle.
Weather Report
TuniKbt and Thursday, fair. Yes
terday's tiiierulure ranged from Ml
to I'll deKreea. The river is at .7 foot.
To Hrio Fair
Mr. and Mrs. John Baaaett ara at
Srio viaitiiik with their daughter, Mra.
W. I. Cobb, and attending lhe count v
fair.
W. O. W. ATTENTION
All members Woodmen of the
Wurld art requested to bo present
Friday evening, Septemlier 'UK Hum
ineaa of importance.
Hy order of C. C, Ms L. Taylor.
Here From Corvallia
Hugh Kyle, of Salem, a student of
O. A. ('., Sient lnat night in Alhigiv
with Raymond Neliergall, ami relum
ed to Corvallia this morning.
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THE DIFFERENCE between
regret and satisfaction is
just the difference there ia be
tween a low grade hat and a
good one.
Mallory Hats
re thoroughly kJ- Thry ara
inixlcrntvly priced anj no other
hala made have more style.
The new Kali moilfls are a
fanluonahle ai it a I). S. O. em-bl'-m
ami the colura etjunlly at
tractive. We show a wide variety of mod
el in all the popular shades.
Blain Clothing
Company
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NOTICE OP SALE OF GOVERN
MENT TIMBER
GENERAL LAND OFFICE, Wash
Ington, II. C, August 2, llllK. No
tice la hereby given that subject to
tha conditions and limitations of th
Art of June 0, lull) CM Stat.,' 21M),
and the inatruetions of the Kecre'-arv
of the Interior of Keplembar 16, 11)17.
tha timlier on the following landa will
he sold Oct. Ill, HUH, at 10 o'clock A.
M., at public auction at tha United
.States land office at ltoanliurg, Ore
gon, to the highest bidder at not leas
than the appraised value as shown by
thia notice, sale to be subject to tha
approval of the Secretary of tha In
terior. The purchase price, with an
additional autn of one-fifth of one per
cent thereof, being rominiaeions al
lowed, must be deposited at lime of
sale, money to be returned if sale ia
not approved, otherwise patent will
issue for the timber which must be
removed within ten yeara. Hida will
be received from citiuna of tha Unit
ed States, associations of such citi
una and corporations organized un
der the laws of the United States or
any state, territory or district thereof
only. Upon application of a qualified
purchaser, the timlwr on any legal
subdivision will be offered separately
before being included in any offer of a
larger unit.
T 15 S., R. 2 W., Rec. 25; NE"i SW
THIS DAY In tha WAR
SEPT. 18, 1W7, Gen. Verkhoviky.
I new -Russian minister of war, warns
' Germany that Russians are getting
ready to fight.
SKIT. 17, llIB.- French move up
eluso to Combles.
SKIT. IH, lttlS. Hindenlurg al
most sarrounds Vilna.
SKPT. IH, 11(14. Sir Gilbert Park
r aaya "Peace will be signed only
when the allies have entered Berlin."
red fr 3)0 M. yellow fir 1)00 M..
cedar 60 M.; NW'4 SW'f, red fir &ul)
M., yeliow fir 800 M.j SW'i HW'4
red fir lloO M., yellow fir 100 M.,
cedar 50 M ; KK'4 SW1',, red fir 650
M., yellow fir 100 M.; KH'i SK'i red
fir 650 M.j NW;4 SEJ4, red fir 450
M.. yellow fir 900 M.; SW SE'i,
red fir 700 M., yellow fir 350 M.,
cedar 50 M ; KK", SE'4, red fir HS
M., yellow fir 300 M.; none of the red
fir, yellow fir or cedar is to be sold at
less than 11.50 per M.
CLAY TALLMAN,
Commissioner General Land Office.
sUoM
oubacrib for Th Democrat.
You caiLstiU get Real GraTcly
Chewing Plug or 10c a peiidL
It gives yoi more solid tobacco
comfort than ordinary plug.
Tastes better lasts longer.
Peyton Brant?
Real Gravely
Chewing Plug
10c a pouch and worth it
Craomlylamtg MmercA longmr it coals
no snore fo chmwthan ordinary plug
P. B. GraToly Tobacco Company
Danville, Virginia
U. S. Marines Punish
Hun Treacher v
WITH THE YANKEES, Sept 18
Grim-fared, begrimed and stained
after several days of desperate, con
tinuous battle, a platoon of marines
was firing rapidly hut calmly and ac
curately at the Hun ranks.
Th. foe's num1er wrr in th. ma
jority but th. Sea Soldiers' fir. was
proving speedily evening.
Suddenly the iluns dropped their
rifles ami cried "Kamerad!"
The marines waited for th. sur
rendering enemy to approach. When
the foe came within 200 yards their
first lines dropped. They had been
dragging marhinrguns by rope at
tached to their belt.
About 30 marines fell before their
comrades with a yell of rag. and re
venge surged forward. The bayonet
let not a Hun survive.
This is another example of Teuton
treachery. It is told by an officer
and two members of the platoon now
a hospital.
False Alarm .
I - night the firebel! was turned in
about 1 a. m. but it was a false alarm,
there being no fire.
Return From Trip-
Mr. and SLrs. William Tohl return
ed horn, last night after an extended
trip in their car, visiting Portland and
several Eastern Oregon points. Thev
were accompanied home by Mr. Tohl's
parent.
HAY, GRAIN. FEED
Stock and Poultry Supplies)
Gasoline and Oil
V. G. HAYNE,
East Third and Main Stsecta
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FISHER-BRADEN
Undertakers
Auto Service Lady Assistant
PROTECT
THEM
Meet Us at the
TRACTOR
Demonstration
FAIR GROUNDS-TANGENT ROADi
Friday, Sept. 20
We will show you the two leading
Tractors on the Market
10-18 Case
12-25 Waterloo Boy
Both Tractors are full roller-bearing, and
burn kerosene oil
Waldo Anderson & Son
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YOU KNOW. Ihe fate of the children of
Belgium and Northern France.
Protect your own children from a like fate.
Our soldiers are ready to fight for them
to die for them - - to make the world a fit
place for children to live in. (
If you can't fight, support those who can.
Buy Fourth Liberty Bonds
Any Bank Will Help You
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rATBIOTIO CO-OrBBATXOaT or
Blain Clothing Company
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On HuntinK Trip
Stowell Dawson and John Strain
left yesterday morning for a hunting.
trip near Florence, Oregon.
Vixitinf Here
Mr. and Mr. Claud. Hoffman of
Salem are visiting at th. horn, of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Lyon.
Left for Portland
J. R. Wallia, of Irvin'i Carare, left
this afternoon for Portland and In th.
morning will drir. a Chevrolet back
to Albany. . ,