Albany daily democrat. (Albany, Or.) 1888-192?, September 27, 1918, Page 3, Image 3

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    ALBANY DAILT DKMOCB AT, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 11
PAOI iron.
To i-nhuiu-e the liauly of your home, keep it spic-Npun-and
I'OLISIIKI) with
Floor Finishings, also Furniture
Polishes and Restorers
(See our Window)
LIQUID VKNKKR-' Makes old thinics new, 25, 50c
SI'ltrKTKX POLISH "Kills dust and KiveM
the kIohm (wall mops) 50c, $1.0(1
('Kl)Alt rOMSH (Guaranteed not to Kum,
Ktick or veneer '. S()c
('AM)L IJQIT1I) WA)SS (mops) Tor your
automobiles. Restores lustre 50c
OTKDAK I'OIJSIl AND VAKMSII (Mops
also) ( leans as it polishes 25c, 50c, $1.00, $2.50
(iOIJ)KN STAR. FUKNMTKK I'OIJSIl AM)
CI.KANKR Especially fine for muhoxany.
Cleans, polishes and protects the iinish, Kiving it
a ilurahle, brilliant and transparent lustre .... 50c
IJ'STRK HiKh k'nule sanitary oil and pa-ste . . 25c
(Mops)
"CKRTAIN-TKKD" the best linoleum varnish
fiOc and SI .20
l'OLLY-l'KIM rOIJSII-Clcans. hrixhtens
and preserves. (Also mop) .... 25c, 50c, $1.00
FISH ER-BR ADEN CO.
iluy lit Kalein.
I. ft IliU Morning
Mra. I.. Nyii left thia morning f I
I her home lit I'ortlnrid after viaiting
for aeveral diiya at Oil home of Mm.
Ailulili Kenilere.
I.(t lhi Mornlim
Among the A 1l,teny ople who lft
on the morning tniin for Sulem tu at-U-iul
the fair iir: Mm. Krank Vier
imw, Miaa Kuilly Uhrliaiumer, Miaa
Mae Hunt, mid John Tool.
Iti-turnril Yenterday
.Mr. ii nil Mia. Cyrue Whiti. j re
tuiiii'il yeaterday noon from I'ortlund
where .Mr. Whitney wm engitged in
mirk in tile aliipyarda thin Bummer.
They ill jm-iiiI th wintrr on their
I furm near here.
, Cooked rood Hale
I Mm. II. R. Wallnre will have charge
of tin cookfd food iaIi. which will In
held tomorrow at the Red Croaa atore.
I lloitip From Southern Oregon
haymond Archibald rvturnrd luat
nii'ht from Southern Oregon, when
h apent the summer employed by tht
government on tha rim road being
-oiistrurted around Crater Lake. II
will enliat Monday In tha 8. A. T. C.
ut Corvallia.
Weather He port
Tonight and Saturday, fair and con
tinued warm. Yiatrduy'a tompera
tura ranged frotn 19 to HH degrees.
Had Tonaila Kemorrd
Jamra tiwri, aon of Mr. and Mra.
J. I). Henri, had hl tonails remove
yeaterday.
Hume From Portland
Mini Janet Ilawaon returned laat
night from Portland, where sha haa
Imen viaitiriif for aeveml daya.
Here Ut Night
Mr. and Mm. J. 11. Morria and aon
of I'ort Townaend, Waah., ware in the
city laat night.
From Myrtle I'oint
Mr. and Mm. M. R. Smith and aon
of Myrtle I'oint were registered last
night at the Hotel Albany.
city NKWH
Here Froai Summit
Mm. J. II. I'ettll, proprletreaa of the
hotel at Summit, waa here yi-alenlnv
n her way home from the fair. She
left thia morning.
Her on Furlough
Kulund Allan of the U. S. navy, who
ia atatinned at Seattle, la in thia ritv
apending a ten-day furlough with hi
iaretita.
Attending Fair
Mr. and Mm. Henry Aitiere are at
Salem attending the fair toduy.
U(t Ihi. Murnini
Miea Vietta Manaing left on the
'morning train for Salem tu visit
j frienda and attend tne fair. !
i'l'o Vt-.il Sinter
Mra. A. I.eitiion went to Salem thia
morning to viait for an vera I days at
the homv of her aiater, Mra. Hochor
inger. At Salem
Forreat Wire, driver of the Hotel
Alhauy tua, ia at Salem today attend
ing the fnir with frirtiila.
To Spend Day
Miaaea t'lun Tillman, Stella Dor
gan and Velma Davia arA aMmling the
Eastburn Bros.
THE GROCERS
UKAIXfl' AUTKKS FOR IRIIT JARS
HA I.I. MASONS I'inta, (Juarta and Half Gallon;
KKRR S. S. MASON-I'inta. yuarte and Half Gallons;
KCONOMY S. S.-Pints, Quarts and llulf Gallons.
I'lrnty of F.XTRA I.I I IS of all k'nds.
JKI.I.V GLASSKS Squats and Tails.
SAMK PRICE RVKKY DA V COME AND SEE
EASTBURN BROS.
I wi
Friendly, Helpful
Service
Is the watchword of this store. Our purpose is to
help you make the best oossible selection of clothe
with th amount of money you wlnh to spend.
llnying Clot lion nowailnya la an nnlumia tnak. Good nmterinla lire
1 ac-nrce. When wo recommend
KUPPENHEIMER
CLOTHES
wo do it with a feeling of aaaurnnco thut we are rnconimemllng
known value the heat that money ran liuy.
Ij't ua help you aelect your l'nll Suit or Topcoat. Our stork of good
Clothes in vnried; it of fern a wide riingo of styles and designs.
Blain Clothing Co.
LYOX STREET SHOE SHINING
PARLORS CHANGE HANDS
Grant and Nugent Powers have pur
chased the Lyon street shoe-shining
parlors from G. Andos and in the fu
ture will operate it after school hours.
AUCTION !
Tuesday, Oct. 1
On account of poor health and
our son entering the war ti.iin
ing school, we are compelled to
sell the following d.'iciued
property at the Kdholm Ranch
one-half mile weat of I'irtlc
Station, 4 1-2 miles southwest of
Albany, in Linn County.'
Four Horses
Fight Hesd of High-Grade
Dairy Cowa
Fresh and coming fresh soon.
Thia is one of the top r.otch.
herds in the Linn County Cow
Testing Association. Our herd
book is open for inspection.
Hogs
Machinery and Other Articles
A Great Big Lunch will be fur
nished by the Red Cross. Every
body invited to come.
Terms
All sums of J'-'tf and under, ca.ih.
Over that, 6 months' time will be
given on 8 per cent notes ap
proved by the clerk.
R. E. WILLIAMS, Owner
Ben T. Sudtell, Auctioneer
Clyde Williamson, Clerk
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The Winter Munsing Union
Suits for Men
Made as illustrated, long sleeves, ankle length, closed
crotch, in five materials.
80 per cent wool, 20 per cent cotton $3.50 a suit
65 per cent wool, 35 per cent cotton $4.50 a suit
Sanitary Mix $3.00 a suit
FINE RIBBED COTTON $3.00 a Suit
Cotton ribbed with slight fleece $2.50 a suit
FOR BOYS
65 per cent wool, 35 per cent cotton ages 1-6 $2.50
Ages 7-12, $2.75; 13-18, $3.00
Heavy cotton ribbed (white) Ages 1-6 $2.50
Ages 7-12, $2.00; 13-18, $2.25
Grey cotton ribbed, Ages 1-6 $1.25; Ages 7-12, $1.25
Ages 13-18 $1,73
INTO UNION SUITS?
MUNSING WEAR !
More than 10,000,000 a
year
fm
Untrimmed Hat Dept.
This is a new deoanment with us. In
it you will find hats of all prices and
all colors. Then, too . TRIMMINGS
in large assortment.
Plan your own hat or let us do it for
you.
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H Cash Values Worth While TT 4 VfTT TAMC' at Everybody's Store
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Never Say "Dye" Say "RIV
A large new assortment of colors.
DYE SOAP R IT Yellow. Red,
- Light and Dark Blue.
Pink, rose, old rose, grey, green,
orange, salmon, tan, mustard, flesh,
lavender.
10c
A CAKE
'Value First Store"
NOTICE OF SALE OF GOVERN
MENT TIMBER
GENERAL LAND OFFICE, Wash
ington, D. C, Auguat 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 Secretary
of the Interior of September 15, 1917,
the timber on the following landa 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, sal to be subject to the ap
proval of the Secretary of the Interior.
The purchase price, with an additional
sum of or.e-fiftli of one per cent there
of, being commissions allowed, must
be deposited at time nl sale, money tb
be returned if sale is not aonrovtvl.
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 nnd corporations
organized under the laws of the Unit
ed Suite or any State, territory or
district tnereof only. Upon applies
tion of a qualified purchaser, the tim
ber on any legal subdivision will be
offered separately before being In
cluded in any offer of a larger unit.
T. 11 S., K. 1 K Sec. 27, NW!4 SWVJ
red fir 1275 M white fir 76 M.,
none of the red fir or white fir to be
sold for less than f 1 hO per M. .
CLAY TALLMAN,
Commissioner General Land Office.
dslSolfi
To Dance at Salem
The following Albany boys motored ,
to Salem last night to attend a dance
at the fair grounds. Ralph Hecker,
Leigh Anderson, Roland Parker, Roy
Harris, Myron Ryals, and Virgil Mor-,
ris composed the party.
Loren Davis Not Crippled
A report is going around that Lo
ren Davis, who is with the 65th artil
lery in France, has been crippled. This,
is a mistake because his mother, Mrs.
J. K. Davis, has received no official
notice to that effect, and she would
be the first to receive word if any
thing of the kind happened.
DO YOU KNOW
You caa sell live poultry or can buy dressed poultry any time.
D. E. Nebergall Meat Co.
Both Phones 47
Second sad Lyoa 8 to.
THE 'FORDSON1
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A Tractor that 'will revolutionize farming and help
win the war, by doing the work of thousands
of men loaned to Uncle Sam
Price $1125.00 with plow
W. W. CRAWFORD
Opposite S. P. Depot
ALBANY
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