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

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    ALDANT DAILY DFMOCBAT. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28. 11.
PAOI THBH.
UNCU: SAM, through tlic Nutionul Council of Do
Tense, says: Do your Christ iiiiih lmj injf KAKUKIt
thin year, and we must obey. I lore, then, Is a wor
thy suggestion :
A Rocker for the
Little Fellow
Just like daddy's! How pleased your little one will
he! As usual, we have complete stock.
II. It $l.f)0 and $1.73
Wicker and Cane Seat . . . 2, S2.2.'.. $2..r0, $3.25
Leather Upholstered $1.00 and $.".())
It I : I ROCk Hit $1.B.'
These supplies are limited, so we advise your earlv
selection.
FISHKR-BRADKN CO
. No otner tractor
Pnro N7x" price within $250 of it, enn
cxcc) ,he work 0
ALBANY
PY FARM I: R.
Co.
Fulfills It's Guarantee
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The LaCrosse Happy
Farmer
The IIAITY FA KM Kit 12-21 tractor is guaranteed to
pull 2,000 uounds at the drawhar and hasn't failed vet
in over four ' ears!
Its low speed engine obtains perfec t combustion; bear
ings are one-third lancer than :n any other tractor:
crankcasc is absolutely dust tiuht; it's simply and pow
erfully built and is equally efficient at belt work as at
the drawbar. We would like a chance to Drove these
things to you.
No other tractor selliiii? at a
'U ot it, enn
f the HAP-
Earl B. Day Motor
If in tli' r dn; a nf hlirh prices vou found a butcher who chnrtrcd
20 per rrnl Iran than the others you'd pntroniie him, wouldn't you?
tt would bo worth considerable effort to enve thiit much every week
on household expense.
Well, here' a way you nan save 20 per rent on your meat billa with
out trouble, without exertion.
How? Hy menu of electric ramie cooking-the cleanest, easiest,
aureat way of cooking; food Just right.
Klertric Itnnjri'S are ao ainiple In operation thnt a 12-year-old child
can prepare a auperior meal with little Instruction.
And that 20 per rent saving on meata ia due to the construction of
the oven, which peventa evaporation Hid retiiina the Julcea.
You not only nave 20 per cent, hut the meat ia more ilclirioua, ap
prising and wholesome, j
Wo have a apecinl cookini; rate and a timo limlteil propoaition which
you enn't afford to overlook.
Mountain States
Power Co,
lloth I'honra IS
30A W. 2d St.
OGIETY
BEATRICE 8ANDEKS
Society Editor
Bell 4M-J.(
hzhzhzhzhz HAMILTONS
Mm. Huns Ho left the hitter part
of litHt week for her new home in Suit
IjiIu' City, lifter m teii-liiy vinit In Al
I liny uh the KueMt of Mms KhJitH'th
Irvine, Tin murli-fct.'il guest wus the
mih i r itlinr. of several rhurrninyly in
funiiitl iiffnirti of lu:t '!.. On Weil
ni'iilny evening Mr. V. A. Young utui
Mi. Hurry 11. Ci sitk enU'rti.jr.e.1 In
furninlly, munir mi' I knitting Teinf
the wniu livrHioMn of the evening.
llr. nnl Mid. ... Cirri Irvine v
tenlrl the ho.tpitiili.y of their home
Thunuhiy evening, a rmmtciile Immiiit
the h umon.
A nut In r liliirli;ful etnt for the
Look and Feel
Clean, Sweet and
Fresh Every Day
Drink glaaa of real hot water
before breakfast to wash
out poisons.
pleasure of Mrs. r'lo was the tea pre
sided over by Mrs. Itorkcy fc. Mason
and Mrs. Kdward 1. Cusick at the
Muaun home.
Mrs. Frederick Newton of Portland,
who is a Kuest at the home of Mr. and
Mra. Kdwuid I'. Su, very graciously
assisted at tiie musicales, her tulenl
in piano music being exceptional.
Mrs. Klo, who formerly resided In
Allany, was popular also in the niu
sicul and social circles, taking a prom,
merit place in local talent, having a
heautiful soprano voice.
Miss Nelson McDuUkfal and Miss
Sliunnun, priiicipul of libation high
school, are guests at the home of Mrss
jKlixuheth Irvine. Miss Shannon is
j waiting to )e callel to the front, be
ing one of those from Heed College
this summer to le accepted for re
construction work. She is of a bril
liurtt and ciianurnif personality, ex
ceptionally interesting.
Miss I t-1 In .larohl and Mr. Guy Ev
ans of I'endleton, were dinner guests
at the O. I. Austin home Tuesday eve
ning. Miss Harold is visiting at the
I Life la not merely to lire but to Au.tln home flir ,t.veral ,j
live well, eat well, digest well, work . '
well, sleep well, look welL What
rlorloua condition to attain, and yet
how very easy ft la If one will only
iktopt the morning Inside bath.
Folks who are accustomed to fool
itull and heavy when tliuy arise, split
Una headache. jlutTy from a cold, foul
tongue, nasty breath, acid stomach,
ran. Instead, feel as fresh as a dalay
hy opening the alulcea ot the system
each morning and flushing out the
tlmla of the Internal poisonous sLag
h&r.t mutter.
Kveryone, whether ailing, alck or
well, should, each morning, before
I reakfaat, drink a glaaa of real hot
wator with a teaapoonful of limestone
phosphate In It to wash from the
stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels tho
prevloua day's Indigestible waste,
sour bile and poisonous toxins: thus
cleansing, sweetening and purifying
the entire alimentary canal before
putting more food Into the stomach.
The action of hot water and limestone
phosphate on an empty atomic u la
wonderfully Invigorating. It deana
nut all the sour fermentations, gaaee,
waate and acidity and glvea one a
splendid appetite for breakfast. While
you are enjoying your breakfaat the
water and phosphate la quietly ex
tracting a largo volume of water from
the blood and getting ready for a
thorough flushing ot all the Inside
organs.
Tho mrlllona of people who are
bothered with constipation,
aiellB. stomach trouble, rheumatism:
others who have sallow aklna, blood
disorders and sickly complexions are
urged to get a quarter pound of lime
stone phoaphato from the drug store
which will cost very little, but la
sufficient to make anyone a pro
nounced crank on the aubjoct ot
internal sanitation.
I OLD RECIPE
TO
Sage Tea and Sulphur Turns
Gray, Faded Hair Dark
and Glossy.'
Aim out fwrron know that Bait
T und Sulphur, properly compound
ed, brine bark the natural oolor and
luatre to the hair when faded, streaked
or (tray. Yearn airo the only wy to (ret
this mixture wai to mak It at home,
whtrh in muy and troublesome.
Nowndayii we almply auk at any
drutr store for "Wyeth'a Bar and Sul
phur CnTii'-tund." You will net a t a rite
bottle of thin old-time recipe Improved
by the n-idttton of other Ingredient,
at very little coet. Kverybody. uaea
this preparation now. because no one
ran i.itily toll that you darkened
your htilr. a It doea It mo naturally
and evenly. Yn dampen a sponge or
oft brut. with It and draw this
through vmir hnlr. takin one small
ulran.l it I a time; by morning the gray
hair din .ppenrH. and after nnother ap
itllralltin or two, your hair becomes
bontitiriliy durk. thick and nlonny and
you look yri younger. Wyeth'a Pace
and Sulphur Compound 1 a delightful
tit.lct roiiul't'i. It in not Intended for
i o cii.c. t..i:ii:tion or prevention of
Miss The-1 ma Hurnett went to Port
bind this week to spend alwut a month
visiting her nister, Mra. Verda Can tie.
A most il.-aKHnt affair of the latter
part of lust week was the surprise
K'iven Mr. and Mrs. Matt Wint by a
number of friends Saturday evening,
the occaniun U'ij.t; their li."ti. WaJdinv
anniversury. The rooms where the
quests Kuthered were paily decked in
autumn flowers and leaves. A jolly
social time took up the evening's hour
after whiih dai'ity refreshments
.vere served. Amo.i.r !.c icsts pre
sent were Mrs. Guy Murphy, Mrs. r.
I. McDaniel, Miss Maud McPaniel,
Miss Villa May Hurton. Miss Ruth
Mi-Daniel, Mrs. T. II. !lurton, Mr. and
Mrs. K. K. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Hayne.
Mr. Dan Slack, Mr. J B. McDowell
and Mrs Winl's sister, Mrs. J. D.
Denn, of Bend.
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Mrs. J. A. Strain and daughter
Margaret were dinner truest at the
D. K. Ntrbcniall home Friday evening
of t'.is week. Mrs. Strain and daugh-
blllous) i ter k'ft tolay 'or Astoria, where thev
will make their future home.
Miss Kate Stewart is visiting her
parents during the weeks while the
Sj ntttsh influenza ban is over. Portland.
Miss Carolyn Cunnon of Portland,
now attending U. of O., is the week
end guest of Miss Flora Mason. Miss
Cannon has as her guest Miss Marian
Coffee, of Portland.
Mrs. Kdwin Fortmitler and littl
daughter, Julia Ann, ore here from
Scat Ho to spend about a month visit
ing.
The girls from O. A. C, who came
home to spend last week-end in Al
lium!, were: Miss Ruth Livengood
with Miss Lucile Snyder of Bend as
her guest; Miss Anina Hoflich, Miss
Helen I.ivengood, Miss Nathiel Don-
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aii. Miss t arolyn w nirm ana jiiss
Corintha Hart. Miss Janet Dawson
passed last week-end in Newport.
Miss Lee Fortmiller spent last w.ek
ond in Albany visitinif her parents.
DELCO-LIGHT
The complete Electric Lifht and
Power Plant
l.lKlila the barn. Runs the milking
machine. Makes chores easy.
MODERN APPUANCE CC, Seattle, Wa.
TWm a 4tsVr is rasr Imilsn. Mm writ m.
CHJCHESTER S PILLS ?KnZVZZ:rZr,
Srtti J tP'Jf'JX!' ,,r"f I,'" fIA 1 Li ViY? ' PriwnslW la llMWMUd wllB
finxn itnl.AntMl. Al-.v Hell iMa
SOLD BY DJHGGISTS EVE REHIRE
tlimof trw whfl you will 11 n J
, th punctur inntHiuiy, ihtiw.-
i.tlv Mail. StWM tkm aWht.
Ma. f 1 r UailMfW. Wii m tlnd av fncM.
i ilAMtAKD Till ft AUTu StlH Lt. U fa St. rMttMS. m
Than
Mrs. Kale Marquis, Mid
dlrhur. Iokiui Co., Ohio,
writes ns follows:
"T hnvr used Penina with uc
cesn. It has cured me of catarrh
nf the head nnd throat. It Is the
bout nie1lclue for catarrh that 1
have ever uned. I am completely
cured. Thanks to Per una.'
Mrs. Marquis Is but on of
many thousands who know the
vatus of Peruna fop that catar
rhal eondltton of th membranes
responsible for many of the
human ills.
I
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Completely
Cured
ki PERUNA A
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If you object to liquid remedies
ask (or Peruna In tablet form.
TfSPher'a
JfeTrier's
Gilt'Gdge fimssevs
are attractive, dainty iarmentt a
well as a perfect support for the butt.
You can buy a Warner'a brassier
far 50c or as hih as $4.
You may select a perfectly plain brassiere and
trim it to your fancy, or you may have one
elaborately or moderately trimmed; but which
ever brassiere you select it will properly shape
and control the bust. For a slender figure,
where the corset is ir.oi ; or '.zrr, rf n fusible
garment, the Warner Hi. s tho form
ideally above the wait..
WHEN VOU PURCHASE a 'Varner Corset it is not an
unknown quantity but a corset thai ha', b;en l!:orou2hlv
tested by experts in the buving and tested by our fitters
on all types of figures before offering them to you we
then know what to expect of a Warner Corset.
A Warner designer is constantly in touch with fashion
tendencies- and is ready with a new model when a new lin
or curve appears on the fashion horizon.
The new Warner Models are here new ready for your ap
proval. We want you to see them. There arc good-looking
styles, good qualities, too, at very low prices.
1J50 to $1.00
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Mrs. G. Earl Fortmiller of Bremer
ton is spending the week in Albanv
as the (ruest of her mother, Mrs. W.
A. Woodward. Harry Richards of New
York, who has been in the navy for
four vears. is also visitinir his moth
er, Mrs. Woodward. (
A picnicking party of boys, who
were the fruests of A. C. Schmitt,
drove to Peterson's Butte last Satur-
(Continaed on Pace Four)
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Vv'.'-.-J "A C.jjiNct of SiercyJtawnihroucb JT' "
r. .in Ocean of Unspe JBblr P&in .
ir'-j' iiiwi uukiitsiiiwu sjjjj
.a..ya
Out of the Trenches for a Breathing Space
rjsa?it i .-j.ik...i.i-,ikis. .in......... ':-,Kw
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Cuiitrlbuted
Juuies aiuultfomer Flu Kg.
"They Are Our Boys; Get
Ready, Everyone, for a Rush!"
The long train ol freight cars whined
and gnnnll"t as II strove to stop. In
the doorivaj of a great low oullillm a
while rapped and powned woman re.
lenaeil a sunnjr .mile and. turning o
her voire carried Into the hull.llna.
i-nlled out. -Th.y art eur; get ready
for a rush.
Junl bow she could tell thev were
-oura" would be hard to explain, for
at the moment the spoke hundreds of
the dirtiest, grltzllest men a woman
ever saw came fairly tumbling out of
the height cars. A moment more she
aa welcoming this muddy rabble with
laugh and cheering worda
Inside the bull.llnc there were more ; p. smiling women migm ne urea, dot
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women, all spick and span In AJiiie.
with faces beaming, handing o t good
Hhoiue cooked" food over sHtl.a tiled
counters. Some of the boys fairly ran
for the food; others went Into the long
batteries of baths, throwing out the!
vermin ridden clothea to be sterlllswl
while they scrubbed their bouiea bark
to a healthy glow.
What luiury It all was food, table,
chairs, things to read, games to play,
paicr for writing, a barber shop, a
uiovle theater and good, clean beds I
No one ever thought that these bap-
were they tired then, even though
day long they had been serving train
after train of French and tCngtlah
troopm literally thousands of ihem.
Yet what did that matter? Tor the
hoys that came at the end ot a long
day these boys are "ours,"
If your boy Is In Prance yon may be
sure he bus a trng of prala for the
Dee women at work ID the railway
canteens of our own Ited Cross, for at
every Important railway Junction there
la one of our Red Cross canteens and
at each ennteen there are 18 Borneo-
real, true American women.
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