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ALBANY DAILY DEMOCRAT, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER l. IMS
PAOI THaUtft.
F. J. Hammell Afi
Mr. and Mr. J. W. Ilaniinell of this
rlty have Jut received a letter ami
five packages of postal cards from
their on, K. J. Ilaniinell. Tlx letter
U dated at Whitney, England, wlilrh
isutout II miles from Oaford. Ham
It anya the country doea nut appeal
to him Ilka Franca, which ha hoes to
ara In a vary hurt tilna.
I.itlla lira Inn of wlilum,
Llttla chunka of sense,
Huggest a alr of glasses
Whan aya pain firat commence
E. C. MEADE
Optometrist
HAY, GRAIN, VV.Klt
Hlork and rotiltry tiuppllea
- Gasoline a ad Olia
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NOTICE OP SAI.K OF GOVERN
MENT TIMBER
GENERAL LAND OFFICE. Wash
Inglon, l. C, August 29. 1UIH. No
tira la hereby given that auhjact to
tha conditiona and limllatiuna of thn
Act of J una 9, 1110 (89 Stat.. 218),
and tha inalrucliona of tha Keerc'-arv
of tha Interior of September 16, 1117,
th timber on tha following lands will
U aold Oct. 1(1, IVIN, at 10 o'clock A.
M . at public auction at tha United
States land offica at Koaeburg, Ore
gon, to tha highest bidder at not less
than tha appraised valua aa ahown bv
thia notica, aala to ba subject to tha
approval of tha Secretary of the In
terior. The purrhaae price, with an
additional aum of one-fifth of one per
rent thereof, being commissions al
lowed, muat be depoaited at time of
aale, money to be returned if aala la
not approved, otherwlae patent will
iaaue for the timber which muat be
removed within ten yeara. Hide will
be received from cltiaeiu of the Unit
ed States, aaaociationa of auch citi
aena and rorporationa organised un
der tha lawa of the United Statea or
any atate, territory or diatrirt thereof
only. Upon application of a qualified
purchaser, tha timber on any legal
subdivision will be offered separately
before being included in any offer of a
larger unit.
T If. S.. K. 2 W., Sec. 26; NE'4 SW
H red f'r 300 M. yellow fir t)(HI M .
cedar 60 M.j NWI4 Wi. red fir 600
M . yellow fir 8-JO M ; SW, SW;
red fir 1160 M , yellow -fir 100 M .
cedar 60 M ; SE'i SW,, red fir 660
M., yellow fir 100 M ; NE'i HE1 ml
fir 6&0 M ; NW'i SE'i. red fir 460
M., yellow fir 900 M.j SW KE'j.
mi fir 700 M . yellow fir .160 M .
cedar 60 M ; SE'j SK.',. red fir 102R
M , yellow fir 300 M ; none of the red
fir, yellow fir or cedar ia to be aold at
leaa than 11.60 per M.
CLAY TAI.LMAN.
Commlaatoner General Lund Offica.
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NEW FEDERAL CAME
LAWS ANNOUNCED
()ptn Season for Wildfowl In
Fixed by Treaty with the
Canadian (Government
WASHINGTON, Sept. IB.-Special
- Rvgulationa governing the taking of
migratory binla, adopted aa a reault
of International action binding on the
United Slatra and Canada, were pro
mulgated by the I'reaident July III
The new law glvea affect to tha lernia
of the treaty which protect auch bird
in moat of tha North American contin
ent, and in tha main there ara onlv
light changva in the law aa it exlated
before tha treaty.
Under ila proviaiona there la no
apring open aeaaon, and the fall open
aeaaon la it ade more uniform thruout
the country. Nevertheleaa, tha aeveral
tatea have tha right under the terma
of the art, to make and enforce their
own regulations when theae are not
inconsistent with the federal rulinga,
but auch atate regulatiuna may act
only to afford additional protection to
migratory blrda, and not to extend tha
open aeaaon beyond thoae Juat promul
gated, nor to authorize methoda of
taking birda not sanctioned In tha fed
eral art. '
Main Feature of New Law
The uniform open aeaaon In general
covera the period between September
I and January 31, with a period not
exceeding three and a half montha for
individual apeclea, though there are
alight exreptiona to three datea and
periods, aa the ahoreblrd aeaaon In
.'ertain New England and Middle At
lantic elates, which opens August 11
and closes November 30. The sale of
migratory birda la prohibited except
of those prouigated under pcrmlte ia
ued by the arcretary of agriculture,
and uniform bag limita are aet for the
entire rountry. Sports men may not
ship mora than two days' hag limit in
any calender week.
The new law givea continuous pro
tection to all insectivorous birds, band
tailed pigeona, cranes, wood ducka ami
eider ducka, awana, curlew, upland
plover and all ahorebirds except the
black bellied and golden plovera, Wil
son snipe or jarksnipe, woodcock and
the greater and lis. er yellowlegs, ami
to certain nongame birda, such as
auks, gulls, gretcs, guillemots, herons,
loons, puffins, terns, and the like.
The open seasons under the new
regulations are as fullows:
The open seasons for waterfowl (ex
cept wood duck, eider durk and swans)
coot, gallinulea, and Wilson snipe or
jarksnipe are as follows:
In Rhode Island, Connecticut, Utnh
and that portion of Oregon and North
Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska and
Kansas the open season is from Oct.
1 to November 30; an I
The daily bag limita for one person
are aa fullowa:
Ducka (except' wood duck and eider
duck) 26 in the aggregate of all kinda:
Successful Farmers Use
Only Pure, Clean Seed
O. A. C. EXPERIMENT STATION,
Corvallia, Sept. IK. Special. Oregon
fannrra are striving for maximum
yields by sowing only purs aeed. Thee
are aeeking good atraina of the beat
varieties, aays H. F. Kheehan of the
O. A. '. farm crops department.
"The farmers are confronted with a
scarcity of mand kinds of seed," suys
he, "and every effort should i made
to raise the iuulity by eliminating
seed of low quality and all weed aeed,
and by aeed treatmi nt. Ily treatmg
our snj many dollars' worth of dam
age to rropa may be cut out. Cereal
especially suffer heavy annual losses
for want of treatment.
"To get clean seed it is necessary
to plant clean aeed. Plant nothing but
varietiea adupted to your local climatic
conditions. Perhapa nothing adver
tises a country better than a repu
tation for pure varietiea of aeed. Ev
ery grower Is looking for aeed, pure,
clean and a good yielder."
Farmera are using the fanning mill.
It ia not necessary that a mill be
owned on every farm. Two or more
men may own one machine, so regu
lating their time of use that none ia
inconvenienced. One farmer practic
ing thia arrangement aays: "If all
farmera would clean and teat their
seed before planting in a very few
yeara farming would be brought near
er the high plane that the aupreme
ruler intended it to occupy."
HER WICK FORGOT TO
DECLARE WAR ON TEUTS
I.ONDON, Sept. 18. One town in
the liritiih Isles is, technically, atill
at peace with the Central Powers. H
ia Iterwiek on Tweed, a city on the
North Sea coast, half in England, half
in Scotland, through which runs the
iKMindary line of the River Tweed.
Under the Hritish constitution. Iter
wick must issue a separate declara
tion when the British government an
nounces hoatilitiea. It has just been
liscovered that Berwick waa overlook
ed in the declaration of August 4, 1914
At the same time It was realiied that
Berwick ia, technically, atill at war
with Kuasia, having forgotten to pro
claim peace at the end of tha Crimean
war In 1880.
Gcncroalty Commended
Members of one of the committees
of the Salvation Army drive have ask
ed the Democrat to commend the em
ployes of the roundhouse for their
generosity in subscribing for this
fund.
geese, eight in the aggregate of all
kinds; biant, eight; raits, coot, and
gnllinules, '.'5 in the aggregate of all
kinds; blnckbellied and golden plovers
and greater and lesser yellowlegs, 16
in the aggregate of all kinda; Wilson
nie or jacksnipe, 26; woodcock, aix;
dovea (mourning and white-winged).
26 in the aggregate of both kinda.
Meet Us at the
TRACTOR
Demonstration
FAIR GROUNDS-TANGENT ROAD
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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There is something decidedly destructive about the new Printzess Coats that
every woman will appreciate. They have smart lines not found in ordinary read"
to wear garments. They are, without exception, the most attractive coats we have
ever had in stock. We want you to come in and see them. Try them on at your
leisure. Even if vou are not ready to purchase we will be only too glad to give
you this opportunity while our stock is complete.
One. for instance, is made of Brown Wool Velour with attractive collar of tauoe
Coney, with pleats giving added fulness to the back, large side pockets, round
belt, half-lined with Sal Satin.
$50
COATS
In stock range in price from
$16.50 to $85
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New crepe de chine waists, in white, flesh and maise.
All sizes. Plain and simole in design with large .
square collars, hemstitched.
$5.25
They are fresh and new. You'll like to own one to
wear with your New Fall Suit.
JERSEY DRESSES
Another excellent selection received. Navy, Sand and
Peacock colors orevailine: silk fringe and braid-trimmed.
Some are made with straight line from shoul
der; others with Russian blouse effect.
$29.50 tc $37.50
OFFICIAL RED CROSS APRONS, all sizes $2.50
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HOUSES HKIN'G GOOD
I'RICE IN LEBANON
LEBANON. Sept. 19. C. E. Culli
ford, a horse dealer and stockman
from Burns, brought into this city to
day SO head of fine draught horses and
is finding sale for them among the
farmera. Thia band of horses is con
sidered the best ever brought over the
Santiam Paaa. Some of them have
sold for aa high as $200.
Milea McKey Transferred
Lieutenant Miles McKey, who has
been stationed at Ft. Stevens since re
ceding his commission, haa been
transferred to Fort Monroe, where he
will receive training in the anti-air
craft service. Lieutenant McKey wua
met on a train between Portland and
Astoriu by Charles Cusick, who aays
that McKey waa in seventh heaven
as a result of his transfer to the East.
Graduates as Sergeant
Mr. and Mrs. N. V. Sprenger re
reived word today that their son, El
liot B. Sprenger, has graduated aa a
radio sergeant from the radio school
at Ft. Monroe, Virginia.
Visiting Here
Mrs. Percy Lockwood of Culver,
Oregon, Mrs. Anna Donalson of Shedd,
W. R. Cate of Tangent and Ferd Cate
were in Albany last night aa guesti
cf W. J. Naill and Mrs. Roy Lengele.
Ferd Cat haa been undergoing train
ing in an aviation camp at Berkley,
California, and ia here on a few weeks
furlough. He is a former student at
the U. of O.
Modern Travelers Meet
The Modern Travelers club will
meet at Miss Irvine's on Saturday, the
21st. A full attendance ia desired.
Mrs. J. L. Bray, Secretary.
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W. O. W. ATTENTION
All members Woodmen of the
World are requested to be present
Friday evening, September 20. Bus
iness of importance.
By order of C. C, M. U Taylor.
NOTICE OF SALE OF GOVERN
MENT TIMBER
GENERAL LAND OFFICE, Wash
ington, D. C, August 29, 1918. No
tice is hereby given that subject to
the conditiona and limitations of the
Act of June 9, 1916 (39 Stat., 218)
and the instructions of tha Secretary
of the Interior of September 16, 1917,
the timber on the following lands will
be sold October 23, 1918, at 10 o'clock
a. m., at public auction at the United
States land office at Portland, Oregon,
to the highest bidder at not less than
the appraised value as shown by this
notice, sale to be subject to the ap
proval of the Secretary of the. Interior.
The purchase price, with an additional
aum of one-fifth of one per cent there
of, being commissions allowed, must
be deposited at time n( aale, money to
be returned if sale is not approved,
otherwise patent will issue for the
timber which must be removed within
ten years. Bids will be received from
citiiena of the United States, aaaocia
tiona of such citizens and corporationa
organised under the lawa of the Unit
ed Statea or any State, territory or
district thereof only. Upon applica
tion of a qualified purchaser, the tim
ber on any legal aubdivfsion will ba
offered separately before being In
cluded in any offer of a larger unit.
T. 11 S., R. 1 E., Sec. 27. NWi SWt
red fir 1275 M., white fir 76 M..
none of the red fir or white fir to be
aold for less than 1.60 per M.
CLAY TALLMAN.
Commissioner General Land Office.
dsl2ol6
Boss Pershing
Speak forlbu?
"The German army can be beaten;
the German army will be beaten;
the German army mul be beaten."
Pershing counted on every man, woman and child in America
to tick him tip when he said that back him up with their souls, their flesh, their
pocketbooks to the last drop of blood, to the last dollar.
Our young men are backing him with their blood. Every one of us at home must
back him with our dollars our last dollars our future dollars.
BUY 'Fourth Liberty Bonds. Any Bank Will Help Yon.
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HAMILTONS' STORE