Albany daily democrat. (Albany, Or.) 1888-192?, November 29, 1918, Page 4, Image 4

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AI.BANT AILT DEMOCRAT, r'KlOAY. NOYKMIIKK 29. 19IR.
WHAT C'Ori.l) POSSIBLY b abetter or morr appropriate
Christmas Gift than one of our nice
Bed Spreads
S2.00 to $7.50
ISKKIL ESSKNTI AL NKCKSS AUY
Then Bod Spread of excc'lent quality, in crocheted and Marseilles
pattern. Plain Hemmed, Scalloped, cut comers, etc. Yiju will be
delighted with our large selection and surprise.! to fiud the
prices so verv reasonable. Make your choice early while our
stock is complete.
Dolls at Absolute Cost
Make the Kiddies Happy
LISTEN: With every dollar purchase
we will sell at WHOLESALE PRICES
any doll in the store
FRED DAWSON'S DRUG STORE
HOW TO MEET MIDDLE AGE
Flood's Store
334 West First St.
LAST T1MK TONIC HT
7:30
5-1.-.C 10-20c
GLOBE
Heart of the Sunset
from the famous novel by
Rex Beach
Tomorrow: TOME MOORE in Jl ST KOR TONIGHT and
DOUG FAIRBANKS in AMERICANO
at the Kolfe
GOVERNMENT TERMS MADE
EASIER
1200 acres ranch lands Lincoln Co.,
Ore., on wapon road and mi! way. Al
so 320 A. on wajron road, close to Ry.
Station, Benton Co., Ore. Both $15
per A. on 20 years time at 4 per cent
Int. Address FISH & HODGES, Al
bany, Oregon. nl!M5
We appreciate your trade and offer
you the best in quality and service.
The East Albany Grocery, phones 64.
n'2y
Imperative That One Should Keep Up
With the Procession of Human
Thought.
M:ircarvt iVlithil elves some useful
adiee on how to meet mtthllc tin tn
mi h u immuer as to Insure future hap
piness. Am mi; other thine, she says;
To hoM on to our appreciation of
i:m tire, we must spur our ilull uiul Itic
tiina uieniory of hcuuty; to keen our
appreciation of human nature, we
niuM refuse to be lahl on the shelf; we
must keep up with the pnnvsslon of
human thought. Only so mo we see
the sweat, tin u urs and smiles of our
fellow -creatures.
These are the two tasks of tnlddts
ace; If wo periVj-m them worthily our
souls will tiover urow olit And, plain
ly. It Is "up to us' as these stuiiKy
younp-ters of ours express It It Is up
to us to keep you htf; to muke sure
that our inner vision Is open to beau
ty; and to the Joy and sorrow, the
squalor nud story of our fellows. If
we do this, the 'cotnpensuUoo' Is liu
mediate! "So, what difference does It make If
the body Is rheumatic ami ncar-slht
ed ami a little -leaf when It comes ti
the son;; sparrows ; w hat do such
thine matter. If the eyes of the soul
still see that enter mlrmrinff the sky,
If the ears of the spirit hear the bird's
mte In dawn und dew?
-Nor does It matter that the body
devllnes a came of tennis and shudders
at a plunge Into the surf when the
thermometer registers only 55 degrees
If the body's tenant Is able to say
to the young people, Hio ahead! Have
a guod t Intel ltut take my word for
It.
The best Is yet to be P" Wom
an's Home Companion.
, Varying Length of Life In Fishes.
j The length of life of lUhes Is vari
able In the extreme. When we think
, of the great number of enemies to
j which any llsh U c,oMd, sin h as
other predatory fishes, parasitic
wogns and vrustneva and other m ra
shes (ulil.'h are usually harmless M
man but destructive to the tNh) crabs,
sea birds, bacterial disease, etc.. we
easily pee that to live In the water
und escape nil thoe thinners re
qulres many protections which at bvt
can preserve only a very small num
ber of fishes beyoud the hpawnltig
time.
1 Such protections to fishes are speed
j of swimming, defensive spines and
, fins, the ability to tfUtend theiuwhea
! like the puffer to prevent being
swallowed, teeth, electric organs, heavy
corselets of scales which easily slip
from the skin and a l.th state uf re
sistance against disease.
Thus, If a ttSh Is well protected, out
of a large number of its kind a few
may live to reach umisuuMy large altos.
There are records uf ery large fishes
of most known varieties.
t;TKS NEWS
GATES, Nov. 29. Special -Mrs. J
P. McCurdy was called to 1-lina Tues
day $y the illness of her niece, Mrs.
Eunice Kuntson.
Kcuhcu 1awis of Warreuton, Ore.,
came to tiates Friday to visit his fa
titer, Newt Lewis, and sister, Mrs.
Clara Ellsworth
The Red Cross auxiliary of (lute
met at the home of Mrs. F. M. Hes
ter, there being 11 women in attend
a nee sewing on convalescent coats
This meeting bet it g the last one in this
R. C. year, new officer were elected
as follows: Mrs. Maud l.evper, chair
man; Mrs. S. K. Munroe, secretary
ami treas titer.
John Welch came up from t'hema:
wa Sat unlay.
Fred Katzherir of Chemawa was a
Gates visitor the week-end.
The residence of Uncle Hill Clurk In
Gates raiifht fne and but fur the
prompt action of the tucket brigade,
the bouse would have Uvn In ruins.
Theodore 1 ake caught a big black
bear in a trap. Mr. Hruin had lecn
living on apples for some time lie fore
being caught nt his mischief. Mr.
Uike reports the bear leing very fat
Mrs F. M. Hester crocheted a slice:
und pillowcase set and sold them to
the amount of .. which she turned
Men-Buy that Suit or
Overcoat Today
You'll find our assortment itood and uur Hccs the usunl J. C. I'cn
ncy Co. sitvhiif,
MKN'S SUITS in trrny ftrul mixtures (11.73. II7..10, 1 9.73, 22.50 21.71
MKN'S lU.t'K SKKGK SUITS All Wool $l.7i. $21.71. 112.10
MKN'S OVKIU'OATS A ilnmly aortment to choose from ...
flli.HO. 117.50, IIS. 73. $2230. ('.'1.75
Incorporated S . J
WHEN ANSWERING classifieds ads.
kindly mention The Democrat.
iniiiiimmtmimmiiimiimiin
,IIUiiiimilillil,lillll.UIK,ilii.li!ilii;'!l!llllh
Christmas goods are on the
shelves in the stores. Few
merchants have enough help
to handle the usual last-dav
crowds, and because of this,
are anxious to spread the
buying season over as long a
period as possible. : : : : :
The buyers are waiting for
the businessmen to show
their hands. They are stand
ing back while every golden
day that passes means just
that much less profit and that
much more work for over
worked clerks. NewsDaoer
space and holiday windows
will shorten the season which
is already too short for the
limited number of clerks to
handle. Next month
CMEISTMA
will be here
with a rush. Don't procras
tinate. Don't delay. : : : :
Advertise Xmas Specials Now
Set fojth Price and Descrip
tion of your Gift Goods that
the public may select.
Most things can be
anybody's gift
your port nt it is
distinctively, ex
clusively yours.
NOW is the time to
have them taken.
For those who ro
busy during the dnv
our studio is thor
oughly equipped for
taking pictures in
the evening.
0en evening by
appointment only.
Clifford's Studio
133 West Fimt Street
The Sample Store's Tri
Weekly Reminder
III V MAt hlNAWS NOW!
Norfolk douttle. tiri'.litted nimlcU
wide shitwl collar, in vurious
I'lulil coiuliiimtions 17.93, fS.KI
11.-.0 to IIO .'.O
IIIIYS' MUKINAWS
Norfolk or pliuhl.nrk moilrls
$1 Hi to ii.!5
VDl Nt; MKN'S OVKKf'OATH
(rey mixtures $9 $10
MKN'S JKI1SKY SWKAIKKS
tirey or Mue 11.23. $1.43
MKN'S COAT SW KATKKS
Itlue and marroon ... $1.30, $3
MKN'S WIN IKK IMtlNS
tur line constats uf lha lest
nierchntiilise. olitainultle (rotn
mills. IJiinntily buyniK fur our
chain uf stores makes these low
prices MBiltle.
l otion Hib
Tart Wool
tlrey Woolen . . .
Wrftrhl's Woolm
SlllltTS and HH AW KKS
$I.K3. $1.11.
H.ANNKI. SIIIKTS
$I.H. $230.
$1.43. $1.73
$2.23, $2.M
$X30
$1.30
$200
$1.30
C. J. BREIER CO.
YOU DO BETTER HER1C FOR LESS
over to the Red Truss.
We serve hoi coffee and wafers free
to our I 'at runs on Saturday. You are
welcome. Phones f4. Fast Alban)
Grocery. n-9
At the Fast Albany Grocery you will
find everything to Ih$ had in fresh
vegetables and fruits, A new and up
to date stock of staple ami fancy gro
ceries. Our own delivery. Phones f4.
nlfti
McDowell's Shoe
SALE
Now On
Included In this sale are all Two-Tone,
all l-ouia HceU, all (!rry Kid
and all Button Shoes
If t
fJUF'.ATEIt COOKING SATISFACTION
THE ELECTRIC RANGE WAY
LESS FtMHt WAS'I Kit 1.I-.SS TIM K LOST, too, when you cook on
an Electric Ituntfe.
SEE Kl.KI I KIC lt..N(.l;.H demonHt rated at our office or your dealers'.
Come in today or U'K'jilione lr and ask about our easy
Whole Year to Pay Plan
It an Kli-ctric llnni-e Uike the hard work out of your kitchen. r
Mountain States
Power Co.
$12.0(1 all Grey Kid Uro Hoot, Uuis tf f
Heel, reduced to tD77c
$10.1)1) all Grey Kid Ijico Hoots, cov- Jfo g- mm
ereil wood luia Heels, turn soles. L J jk
Keduced to UOt(7J
$y.r.O all Grey Kid Ijico Htnit, Mill- Q F?
Ury Heels. Keduced to tDO.OO
$7.ri0 llmwn Kid Loco Hoots, cloth J 7 C
top, Louis Heels tDO f O,
.r.O and $7.00 Two Tono Hoots, re- A jj?
lur-i to 4jj TTsOO
$r00 Gun Metal nnd I'a lent leather -g A mmt
Hutton Shoes. Sires 2 1-2 ami 3 I J! L I l jav
only xP Jl sTsJ
Siiits in all the Popular Colors "1 "7
Ho your Christmas lluylnx NOW 1 J
McDowell Shoe
Co.
A Rents for Krerwear Hosiery and Nsttletnn'a Men's Shoe
Both Phones 15
SOD W. 2d St