Albany daily democrat. (Albany, Or.) 1888-192?, September 20, 1918, Page 3, Image 3

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    ALBANY DAILY DEMOCRAT, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20. 1911
PAGI THIBK.
LEIIANON MAN HASHES
AKTKR HIIOHT ILLNEHH
LEIIANON, Sept. 19.-Nulls N.l.un,
IKI, after an llliuaa of abort Uumliun,
died Tuesday. Ho leavre hesidi'S a
wlf, una aun, Curl Nulson, who la
serving tlila country In Ilia nivy. Tha
Ixxly wna sent to 1'urtland to be In
terred III Multnomah cemetery. Mr.
Nelson leavea to hla wife and aun a
considerable estate.
CHANCEM IN AIK
SERVICE
AUK GOOD
SUinograplirra anil typlata are need
ed for tha office of tha director of mil
itary aaronaulira In Washington, 1.C.
Thoaa employed In tha air aervire
are paid 11.100, which will ba Inrreaa-
HEAVY MEAT EATERS
HAVE W
KIDNEYS
Bat baa aiaat If yoo foal Baokaohy or
bars bladdsr trouble Taks
(Use of Bait.
Ka man of imnaa who aala saaat rr'
tarly aaa snake a eiistea by nuahiutf tha
kidneys oeoaatonally, aaya a wall knows
euthiwtty. Mral (urtna arte aeld which,
asciue Uta k iUit) a, lhr haooms over
wvrkad from tit strain, cat sluggish and
fail to Hilar Uie waaU and polaune fruta
tha blond, then wa art auk. Nearly ail
rbauiualufn, haad aclwa. lirwr troubla.
fcervouahraa, dlulusaa, sUa-plraaoaee ana
ariaary disorders euaae tnm slugftaa)
kldMja,
1 Im mnaunt you tm a dull acha la tha
kulneya or your back kuita or II to
ansa la cloudy, ofTcnaira, lull of awll
meat, Irriaular of psaaage or atfeadad by
a MiuattoQ of scalding, atop eating dim!
and gt about four ounces of Ja4
halts from aay pharaiaeyt take a
taUeepooaful la a glaas'of watar bafore)
braaitfaat and la a frw days your kldaars
will art tarn. This famous aalla la auda)
from the scld of rrapae and kanon Juioa,
enmbinad with llibla, and ku ban osad
fur generations to flush and sUmulale
tha kldnaya, slao to aautraltae tha aaida
la urine ao It no longer eeuaas irritation,
thua ending bladder waadtatas.
Jad halta ia iMipeaalve and aaaaad
lajurai nakaa a dallgalful atfarvaaoaal
llthla watar drink wkkk eeacyoae
ahould Uka Bow and then to kaep tke
kldoaya eleea and active and tha blood
pure, larraoy avihiltiuj ewlou kidoaf
Moallooa
KNOX nilTTK NEWS NOTES
KNOX IIUTTE, Sept. I3J.- Special.
,The K1101 llutta, Eual Knox Hull
and Houston schools will begin their
yvar'a work Moiidny, Krpt. 2.'ld. Ha
ul Freeman, aa Iritiher of Kiiok liutte
ami Vvluiu Kiwr, ua teacher of tha
lluuaton school, and Mian Arnold at
tha Kuat Knox llutte arhool.
Mr. ami Mia. Kerrls Williama of
Kuit t'anhy were viaitora durinir tha
week with hia purrnta, Mr. ami Mm
Jaroma Williama.
Tha Sulvnlion Army drive for Knox
llutto ilialrlrl nnulud in a ridli-ction
of lltH.
Tha Junior Krd Croaa program jiv
cn at tha arhoolhouaa on laat Kriiluv
avoninie waa wall prvat-ntod, tha at
IniJam'a, howi-var, Iwinif amall. Onlv
iart of tha ill-aired anmunt from tha
aula of Ira rrvam and rfnahiiianta
wna raiard.
The Kumliiy achool rontlnura with
Intvn-at. 'Ihvre wrre 22 prvurnt on
Suuduy. I rv. Allwra Kiiva tha child
rrn mi amice, on the Humlny pre
ndinir Iti-v. Smith of Albany prearh
ed, and 011 Sunday, Ot-t. 0, Itev. Al
Iwra will itlve a tnlk illuntrutrd with
pirtura. Everyone ia invitod.
Ixila Kalra rrturnod to her home In
North Dakota after havlnit ax-nt the
paat year with hrr icrandparenta, Mr.
and Mra. I. V. Snlra.
Mm. Ilnrvey llailry and little dau-uhti-r
Verna returned Wwlnealny from
a few duya' vlalt at Ktaytun with rel
ativra. (irnndpa llailry arrompanieil
them home for a viait.
PROGRAM COMPLETED
FOR TEACHERS' MEET
Kprakrra for Wediieadny a. m., Orti
2, HUM: Hupt. J. A. Churchill, J. O.
MrljiuKhlin, (i. II. Younif, and I. M.
Niiah. Mra. Kmma llu'ey r'rnllt
will have chniye of the primury work
which will l held duriiiK every period.
Wedneatlny p. in., Del." 2 Hupt. J.
A. Churchill, J. O. Mi UuKhlin, Hupt.
It. E. Cunnun, Hupt. i. M. CummiiiKa,
nml Ji'die i-o. E. Iliiirham; Mra.
Emma 'Hairy Kraxvllr.
Thuiailny a. in., Oct. Z-C. W. Iloet
tidier and S. H. Iluncan; Mra. Emma
lluley Kraxelle.
Thuraduy p. m., Oct. J 8. S. Dun
can, Kupt. It. I. (loin, E. D. Kraalrr
and A. II. Weber; Mra. Emma llulev
Krnxelle
Kriduy a. m Oct. 4 II. C. Sey
mour, Kupt. K. I'. Coin, I'r. Kheldon.
and J. II. Ackernian; Mra. Emma Hal
ey Kraielle.
Friday p. m., Oct 4 S. S. Duncan,
J. II. Ackernian, W. J. Kerr and Dr.
Kheldon; Mra. Emma Haley Kraielle.
ed automatically to MA'UO at the and
of three monthe. Special arranee
mrnta have been made with the Civil
Service Commlaaion for prompt exam
ination, and appliranta who meet the
atnndard and qualify will I Immedi
ately certified for aervlre.
SEE THE HATES STEEI. MUI.K eaa
tractor, in moviuir picturea at tha
Kolfe Theater tuniuht. Shown by
Murphy & Harold, of Irvin'a Ca
raue. !Va20
CITY NEWS
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W. (). W. ATTENTION
All member Woodmen of the
World are requeated to be prearnt
Friday eveninir, September 20. Ilua
inraa of Importance.
Hy order of ". C, M. I.. Taylor.
tINE MORE' AMERICAN
AT GMIIIK TOMORROW
"One More Amrrican," the Para
mount picture atarriiiK (Jeore lieban
at the Ololie tomorrow, waa taken bv
ita director, William C. DrMille, from
a playlet by himaelf which waa culled
"The i-nud of the Free." Thia waa
produced on thre atnitr in New York
aevernl yeari ito.
The atory ia of an Italian Marion
ette Theater owner in New York's
Eaat Side Ghetto, whose little family, '
due from Italy, Ia krpt from him by a j
ai'hrminir politician who defeats the I
open-hearted Italian who haa lost 1
him many a vote. How I.uitfi with the '
help of a younr: reporter and a phy-1
airian, located his wife and child and
how another romance Is also success
fully ronsummoted, makes a real storv
of real people that will prove no ex
ception to Mr. lleluin's usual pleasinir
at vie of work. '
From Krlo Fair
Mrs. Ida Muxwrll CumminKa cam
in on th morninK train from Sflo,
where aha haa been attendinir tha
county fuir.
I'aaa Thru
Mrs. Rert I loan and family, of Mill
City, were here for several hours to
day, en route to Jasper, OreKon.
Her Last Night
Dr. and Mrs. (1. E. Hruwn of Port
land were registered at the Hotel Al
bany last night.
Viaitlnf Hera
Mr. and Mra. Frank Tennyson, of
Portland, are here visiting at the
home of Mrs. Tennyson's mother, Mra.
Emma Watts.
Cooked Food Ksle
Mrs. B. R. Wallace will have charge
of th rooked food sale to be held at
the Red Cross store tomorrow.
Rev. Pershing Moves Goods
The household Koodof Re. 0. B.
I'ershinir were moved to Portland to.
day, the movini; being taken charge
(In Kuainrna Trip -
Aleck Ross, manager of the Albany
l.umlier Co., left for Toledo on busi
ness. 1
Liberty Dollars
Will Hasften the
Hun's Judgment Day
BUY Fourth Liberty Bonds
Any Dank Will Help You
TBI ASTianilltSR OOsTTBtBtJTBD TISOIOI n '
ATBIOTIO 0O-OBBATI0X OT
Fisher-Braden Furniture Co.
Willard Service Station and
J. M. and H. M. Hawkins
Have You
Worn
JANTZEN
Yet?
ThisJantzen
sweater is de
signed espec
ially forymxiQ
feUows at school
or college.
s-Kxh n4 fwsWin Mh .?wtm
m IhHr im . Or-r llkrvvtb
yvm stoaOrr Pur wl
JANTZEN SWEATERS are made
in Portland by Western Manufac
turers and are the best to be had.
All kinds and styles of Sweaters,
Knit Cups, Jackets, Coats, Reefers,
Scarfs in all of the varieties of
colors.
ASK US TO SHOW YOU one and
if we don't have what you want,
we will order for you.
THE BLA1N
CLOTHING CO.
VALl'F. FIRST STORE
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Men's 2-Piece
Winter
Underwear
Lambsdown Bodyguard
Heavily fleeced inside, a garment for warmth and wear for tha win
ter weather
...$1.75 a Garment
Drawers 32 to 42
Shirts 36 to 44
Then, too, we have the heavy cotton ribbed, cotton fleeced, and part
wool and part cotton in two grades. We advise you to buy early.
Don't put It off, see what you will need for the winter TODAY.
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Serge
Suits
Made on striaght lines, four-button
straight front, full sweep to 'jackets.
The skirts are plain in. front, and
have gathered back with belts; slash
ed pockets; 1 3-4 yard sweep around
the bottom, all very fine serge mate
rial. All sizes. PRICES
$42 to $49
Canning
Season
la Coming to Close. Have
YOU bone YOI R DUTY T
If you have any empty Jars
that you might fill, w can fur
nish you with the fixtures.
JAR RUBBERS
Good quality heavy rubber 5c dx
MACON ZINC JAR CAPS
22c a dux
ECONOMY JAB CAPS
25c a dox
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For regular Kerr Mason Jars.
20e a dox
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SCHRAM JAR LIDS
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MASON JAR CAPS
2 dox. for 25c
ECONOMY HALF-GAL. JARS
We still have a good supply
of these Jars, and in order to
clean the'ra out we will make an
extra inducement in price at
S1.34 a dox
of by th Peebler Transfer company.
Here Front Myrtle Creek I
A. C. Armstrong of Myrtle Creek is '
here today on business.
Home From Portland I
William Eagles Jr., arrived home 1
yesterday from Portland, where he ,
spent the last few days. j
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Left for Missoula I
Ronald Dundas, operator of the I
Rolfe Theater, left today for Missoula, !
Mont., where he will enter the Uni- j
versity of Montana.
Visited Here-
Miss Inex Couey, of Portland, who
has been visiting at the home of Mrs. I
Roy Kinsey, left this morning for her
home. I
To Portland-
John Neeley will leave this evening
for Portland, where he will attend 1
several bouts for the benefit of the
Camp Lewis athletic fund.
NOTICE OF SALE OP GOVERN
MENT TIMBER
GENERAL LAND OFFICE. Wash
ington. I). C. August 29. 1918. No
tice Is hereby given that subject to
me conditions and limitations of the
Act of June 9. 1916 (39 Stat.. 2181
and the instructions of the Secretarv
of the Interior of September 15, 1917,
uie tinnier on tne 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.
mi me iiiKiiesi oiuuer at not less innn
the appraised value as shown by this
notice, sale to be subject to the bd-
provnl of the Secretary of the Interior.
The purchase price, with an additional
sum of one-fifth of one per cent there
of, being commissions allowed, must
be deposited at time n( sale, money to
oe returned tr sale is not approved,
otherwise patent will issue for the
timber which must be removed within
ten years. Bids will be received from
citizens of the United States, associa
tions of such citizens 11 ml corporations
organized under the laws of the Unit
ed States or any State, territory or
district thereof only. Upon applica
tion of a qualified 'purchaser, the tim
ber on any legal subdivision will be
offered separately before being In
cluded In any offer or a larger unit.
T. 11 S R. 1 E Sec. '.'7. NW'4 SW'4
red fir 1275 M., white fir 75 M.(
none of the red fir or white fir to be
sold for less than l n0 per M.
CLAY TALLMAN,
Commissioner General Land Office.
dsl2ol6
Purity Is Our Slogan
LET US DEMONSTRATE
Albany Pure Milk & Cheese Co.
Both Phone
5th and Jackson
NOTICE OF SALE OF GOVERN-
liri'T ipruorn I
GENERAL LAND OFFICE, Wash
ington. D. C. August 29. 1918. No
tice is hereby given that subject to ,
the conditions and limitations of the '
Act of June 9, 1916 (39 Stat, 218), !
and the instructions of the Secrelarv I
of the Interior of September 15, 1917,
the timber on the following lands will 1
be sold Oct. 16, 191V, at 10 o'clock A. 1
M., at public auction at the United
States land office at Roseburg, Ore- 1
gon, to the highest bidder at not less !
than the appraised value as shown bv i
this notice, sale to be subject to the ,
approval of the Secretary of the In
terior. Jhe purchase price, with an
additional sum of one-fifth of one per ,
cent thereof, being commissions al
lowed, must be deposited at time of
sale, 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 citizens of the Unit
ed States, associations of such citi
zens and corporations organized un
der the laws of the United States or
y state, territory or district thereof
only. Upon application of a qualified
purchaser, the timber on any legal
subdivision will be offered separately i
before being included in any offer of a
larger unit.
T 16 S., R. 2 W., Sec. 26; NE SW
'i red f'r 300 M. yellow fir 900 M..
cedar 60 M.; NWK SWtf , red fir 600 j
M., yellow iir boo m.; sviyi swa
red fir 1160 M., yellow fir 100 M..
cedar 50 M.; SF.'i SW4. red fir 660
M., yellow fir 100 M : NE SE4 red
fir 650 M.; NW'4 SE!4, red fir 450
M.. yellow fir 900 M.; SWi4 SE4,
red fir 700 M., yelloav fir 350 M.,
cedar 50 M.; SE'j SE, red fir 1025
M., yellow fir 300 M.; nona of the red
fir, yellow fir or cedar is to be sold at
less than 11.50 per M.
CLAY TALLMAN,
Commissioner General Lund Office.
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THEM OVER
THE RHINE
The Hun's doubt as to his ability to whip the world will
grow when American armies begin to fight their way across
the Rhine. Will it be from your contribution to the Ameri
can war chest that the bridges into Rhineland are built?
MAKE SURE THAT THERE IS NOT A PONTOON
MISSING.
BUY Fourth Liberty Bonds
ANY BANK WILL HELP YOU
Tsua AOTZBTTsssnHT cosriniiirra TBBOoaat ru
VATXUOTIO CO-OrS&4.TIO OT
OREGON POWER CO.
Both Phonea IS
SO W. 2d St.