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    PAGB TWO
ALBANY BAIL1 PKMOCRAT. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10. 191
Daily Democriit
W M. H. HORN IB ROOKj publisher
Entered at the postoffice t Albany,
Oregon, as second cl matter.
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ESTABLISHED IN 1865
Tl'KSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 19iS
ILTRA-PARTlSANSHll
The Albany Herald editorially
scores Dr. G. II. Young of the Bap
tist church for a sermon in which he
eulogized President Wilson. Pariu
Lloyd-George and General Koch. No
exception is taken to the words of
praise sounded for the leaders of
Great Britain and France, but ti'e
Herald strongly insists that hereafter
the lips of Dr. Young must remain
closed as to the achievements of the
President of the United States.
Pulpit orators are asked to main
tain a dignified silence while "Thco-'
dore the Red" and his small but in
glorious army of satellites are at
tempting to muddy the waters of di
plomacy, belittle the spokesman of
the United States government at the
most important conference ever held
in the history of the world, and with
hold credit for achievements which
have made President Wilson the dom
inating figure in the events of the
present century.
A few weeks ago the Berlin Tage
blatt was making a similar request of
the people of Germany. The diplomacy
of Woodrow Wilson was breaking
down the morale of the men and wo-
men of the Central Powers. His an
answerable logic coupled with his
sense of exact justice were making an
indelible impression upon the German,
mind and finally forced internal dis-:
orders which brought the war to a
glorious end, months before a victory;
could have been won on the field of'
battle.
Today he is sailing towards France. !
He is not going as a member of a po-,
litical party but as the representative
of the United States government. l!e
goes first as the champion of Atntr-'
ican rights and second as the spokes
man for international justice which
will form a basis for a lasting peace.
There are minds so warped with !
partisan prejudice and so steeped in
their own egotism and selfish political
interest that they fail to respond to1
the call for loyalty to our diplomatic
attorney at the peace table; but the:
great mass of American people, irre-j
spective of party, join with the na-
tions of Europe in hailing him as the 1
greatest statesman and diplomat of
ancient or modern times. f
8(H) M., KW; SW-4, red fir 1150 M.,
vellow fir Ilk) M , cedar Ml M , SK1, S
V'.i, red fir 6.W M yellow fir 100 M.,
NK', SF.'t, red fir ftoO M., NW'.,
SK1,, red fir 450 M , yellow fir SHH)
M., SW'4 SK'4, red fir 700 M yel
low fir :0 M., cedar 60 M , SK'4 SK
.4. red fir 1025 M., yellow fir 300 M.,
none of the red fir, yellow fir or cedar
to be sold for less than J1..S0 per M.
T. 14 S R. (t W.. Sec. f.. NK'4 N K 1 ,
red fir KM M.. NW', NK',, red fir
,oo M.. SV', KK'i, red fir MS M.,
SK', NK',, red fir 800 XI., NK', NW
;. red fir 4S0 M., vvllow fir 4.r-0 M
NW', NW',. red lir 1 H M vellow
fir 850 M., cedar 70 M. SW'4 NW'i,
red fir 'J'.'o M . yellow fir -'R M..
cedar 70 M , SE, NW','. red fir S?5
M . yellow fir 400 M.. cedar 115 M,
NK', SW',, yellow fir 7H) M.. cedar
TO M.. NW', SW' yellow fir 4:0
M cedar 30 M.. SW'i SW','. yellow
fir 640 M. SK'I SW'i, vellow fir
740 M., NK', SE','. ml fir .170 M..
yellow fir Si!i M . ce.lnr 5 M NW
' , SK' ;. red fir 575 M cedar 30 M..
SW', SK' red fir W M., SE',' SE
1 :. red fir SSO M.. cedar 25 M.. none
f 1. 00 nr M.. and none of the vellow be sold lor leas' than tt ',' er M. See
! fir or cedar to lie sold for less than1 '-'7, l ot 1. red fir 100 M N'i NE'i
l.?! per M. T. 17 S.. R. 6 W.. Sec. I NW'i, red fir 430 M.. N4 NW'I
13, Lot 2. red fir l!0 M Lot 3, red NW',, red fir SIS M.. none of the red
fir S.'.S M. Sec. 35, NK', SW',, red fir to be sold for less than $1 45 per M.
fir .'.-'.' M.. SK', SW',, rod fir 41f CLAY TALI. MAN.
M., NW'i SK',', red fir 4S0 M., SW Commissioner, General Land Office.
j 'i SK',. red fir fi'.'O M., SK' SK',,1 ilvn'-'MIIO
TEACH YOUR DOLLARS TO
HAVE MORE CENTS
It) Placing them on Dcponit
in our savinK
department
ALBANY STATE HANK
4 per cent on Savings
Visiting Daughter i
Mrs. W. V. McGee left last night for,
San Luis Obispo, California, to spei.di
Christmas with her daughter, Mrs !
Robert Quigley. . m
Naptha Soap, large bars, 5c. Hol
loway's Farmers' Store. n27tf
NOTICE OF SALE OF GOVERN
MENT TIMBER
General Land Office, Washington, D.
C, November 14, 1918
Notice 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 Secretarv
of the Interior of September 15, 1917,
the timber on the following lands will
be sold Jan. 2, 1919, at 10 o'clock a.
m., at public auction at the United
States land office at Roseburg, Ore
gon, to the highest bidder at not less
than the appraised value as shown by
this notice, sale to be subject to the
approval of the Secretary of the Inter,
ior. The tmrchase price, with an ad
ditional sum of one-fifth of one per j
cent thereof, being commissions al- j
lowed, must be deposited at time of 1
sab, money to be returned if sale is I
not approved, otherwise oatent will J
issue for the timber which must be re
moved within ten years. Bids will be '
received from citizens of the united
States, associations of such citizens
and corporations organized under the
laws of the United States or any state,
territory or district thereof only. Up
on application of a qualified purchas
er, the timber on any legal subdivision
will be offered separately before being
included in any offer of a larger unit.
i . 5., K. l k sec. i; aw, ww
14, yellow pine 10 M., red fir 430 M.,
white fir 20 M., none of the yellow
pine to be sold for less than $1.50 per.
M., and none of the fir to be sold for
less than tl.00 per M. T. 15 S., R. 2
W., Sec. 25, NE'4 SW,, red fir 300
M.. yellow fir 900 M.. cedar 50 M.,
NW'4 SW'4. red fir 500 M., yellow fir
LIBERTY BONDS
If yon must sell your bonds
we will buy them.
J. M. A H. M. HAWKINS,
tf Albany, Oregon.
Christmas Suggestions
PIANOS AND
PLAYER-PIANOS
of Merit, Worth and Established Reputation
BEAR THIS IN MIND When you purchase a piano, you add to your fireside
a lifelong friend. A GOOD PIANO wi!l last for several generations and ou will
do vel: tc remember this: That
' The Quality Remains After the Price Is Forgotten
rLAYEK PIANOS ranging in price from ?IS0 up. Pianos like the dandy little AI.DRICII from $JS.r up.
Y'ou will be surprised at their wonderful tone and beautiful finish, andean secure them in any case desired
Make Your Own Terms Within 36 Months
Then there is this lineup to select from: STEINWAY, WEBER. A B. CHASE, EST EL, EMERSON.
STECK, KURTZMAN, KRACKAUER, AI.I'RIC'H. STROUD, sjTUYVKSANT and WHKKI.OCK.
Certainly this list should satisfy tie most fastidious.
All the latest Roll Music for Players, and thorough,)' guaranteed by
Sherman Clay & Co.
All the Latest Roll Mu: Ic ior Player Pianos
A!f have on hand several ORGANS taVen in exchange on Pianos, and thc:e
will t e scld for exact amount allowed for
CALL AN! I) SEE
J. A. Howard
325 FIRST STREET
ALBANY, OREGON
A'
The Home of
Practical Xmas
Gifts
A GIFT FOR FAERYONE AND A GIFT THAT
IS WORTH WHILE
Here Are Just a Few Hints to Xmas Buyers
ROCKERS
DINING TABLES
TABLES
DRESSERS
BOOK CASES
Substitutes
FIVE CENTS PER II).
Corn )
Oat ) FLOUR
Barley )
Valley Best Flour $2.S5
W hite Mountain Flour
$3.1 5
Rve and Buckwheat
Flour, 10-lb. bays 7.V
Murphy's
Seed Store
Realty
. Canadian Land
LOANS AND INSl'RANCE
Geo. Taylor
Corner of Second and Ilroadalhin
Bell I2J: Home 207S
Dollar
Upon
Dollar
interest upon Interest at tha
rate of 4 percent compounded,
makes money grow fast at our
Savinirs lepartment!
Try this out today and a start
towards success ia yours.
Capital and -Surplus, $90,000.00
J. W.Cusick & Co.
Bankers
Albany, . Oregon
FISHKR-BRADEN
Undertaken
Auto Service Lady Assistant
I CASH PAID FOR-
1 J-U-N-K
Metal, Iron Scraps, Sacks, Rags,
and so forth.
Pacific Junk Company
K. ROtJOWAY
Second and Hiker Strreta
Hell 3 l.'.lt. Home 2227
CANDLE STICKS
BOOK ENDS
PIANO LAMPS
TRAYS
NUT BOWLS
THE BEST
BAKED GOODS
GROCERIES, PRODUCE
and FRUITS
PARKER'S
"The Sin of Quality"
U6 I yon Si. Both Phones
Splendid Line of Decorated Japanese Waste Paper Baskets, and Framed Scenes
of the Celebrated Columbia River Scenic Highway. Also strong line of Rugs,
bought before the big raise in prices and sold at moderate prices.
Fortmiller Furniture Co.
WEST FIRST STREET
Frank G. Will
JEWELER
High das Jewelry, 8Iler, Cut
Glass anu Hand Painted China
STETTER'S
Full line of Chlnaware, Dishes,
Crockery, Glassware, Granite,
Tinware, and Groceries.
B
A
N
Y
1 NAMWL8AHK
Practical Patriotism
An Important duly which we who stay at home awe
out Country la the eunsen atlnn of our resource la
the uttermost.
II who save la helplne his country, his community
and himself.
foRi?! U SAVINGS DANK
p
UL
ADS.-BUSINESS
y
For Sale
DKY SI.AIIWOOD-Call 3M, Ham
mond l.utulier Co., in both Id-inch
and 4 foot leiictha. Delivery made
to any part of the city. fcdll
r'Olt SAI.K 3tI acres, crops maehin
vry, stock, tiood terms for luui
tune. I.ilwrty llonds taken, pai
cash. K. i, llox Klo. d.'.jti
tiOI.K K1S1IA shipment of plain
and fancy goldfish has been receiv
ed by the Allany Furniture Kx
change. KUh globes and fn '"od
for sale. 2n7
CAR IIAKCiAINS Kurd tourlnu :i'.H);
Maxwell folio; Hudson flta; Studv
luiker TM1; Maxwell M; Hull
Tractor :li-0; Kurd Truck 1--M;
truck attachment :l..0. Waldo An
derson & Son n7tf
KOR SAI.K-Uyinir hens. Call Mrs.
fturman iniities. n. r. no. j,
or Home phone ltd II
KOR SAI.K 2 horses. 1 mare, 1 horse.
Inquire of L. C. Anderson, Amer
ican Kxpress office. nvtf
For Kent
KOR I! K NT -50 acres iHittom land,
tiood house and barn. 11. Ilryant,
7d!u
UM1IIUH.1.AS-W. are showing our
summer line of "Hull" Detachable
Handle and suitcase Umbrellas la
black and white and colors. Tin
'"Hull" quality la always depend
able. Your Initial engraved free of
of charge. K. M. Kronen A Son,
Jewelers and Kngravers. m'jtf
Wit 1ST WATCIIKS-For ladles and
tenia, we have the Klgln and Walt,
tain, but make a specialty of the
Mjuiy t,ruen,M the little wondei fur
the ladire and the non-breakable
"trench" watch for the soldier boys.
See your magaiinea fur a descrip
tion of these wonderful tittle wt.tcl.
es. K. M. French A Son, Jewelers
A Kngrevera. Altwiiy.
KUKNITUKK bought and sold. Call
K. Koguway, 2nd and (taker tile.,
llell phone 34&.K. Home phone
'7. a lull
WOOIISA WINK Call 8. II. rindk-.r.
Home phone HUH, llell 31) IY. K-el-dence
11U dm and 1 1th. aillf
BUSIMESS 0IREC10RT
HKMSTITCIIINU-l.'Hc per yard,
thread furnished. Hell phone 4jJK
bue Ureckenridge. i-H W. 2d SL
KOR KKNT Modern homo cloae in.
Incuin of W. K. 1'feiffer. nl'Jtf
KOR KENT 7-room Bouse and
acres, 1 mile fro.u ciurliiouaet Al
bany, Ore. huh & Hoduea.
FOR KKNT 10 acres, good house,
oOier improvements. Close In. In
quiro I-o Cohen. n7lf
LLMKK C. G1PK
Chiropractor
Koooia i. 1. t. 10. Cusick Bank Ulda
Nature cannot cure a dtMas unless
the cause la removed. Chiioptacilc
sdjuaUucnta remove the cause.
DR.
H. K. JACKSON
Den tut
Miscellaneous
STKUNC roPCOKN for Chriatmaj
tree decurntion, and pocorn luiila.
at J. K. Hall's booth, comer Firit
and Kllsworth. Order early. PdM
Room 404-S First Nanooal bank bids,
BOTH PHONES
DK, GKOKQB J. XENAGY
Chiropaactor
First National Bank BulHing
dill
Real Estate, Insurance and
Money to Loan
AOKNTS WANTKD LI HKRTY Till
U.Ml'IIAN T, "World's Oreateat War
Illustrated"; thrilling, complete, olio
lages; price postpaid iu. Agenu
niaKe v-u uaily. IJutfit 2fc. Or
der quick. National Publishers (ea
tuhliahrd 1H67), Dud lakeside lll.l.
Chicago. dli'JllKilllM
HAIR SWITCIIKS made from comb
ings anil cut hair, lave ordera at
Hamilton s Store, Millinery Depart,
ment; or call Home phone IIK'2.
Will call at homes for orders. Mrs.
T. Tellefson, Albany, Ore.
CASH PAID Kor furniture and
household goods. See us befure you
sell. Albnny F'urniture Exchange
415-417 West 1st St. Both phones.
dlitf
PLENTY OP MONEY to loan on
good farms; low interest rntea; b
years' time; privilege to pay $100 or
multiple on any interest dnto. Call
or write J. M. A II. M. Hawkins,
Albany, Oregon. n21tf
dtljil
KOR ROYAL TYPEWRITERS
Write to Crnhum A Wells, Corvallis,
Oregon. Agents for Linn County.
LOST On Kerry or Itroadnlhin be
tween 3d and 7th Sta., 6 bulls F'leis-
t-:.i... ..i......
leave at Democrat office or call llell
phone II. 1MIU
11. P. MERRILL
Insurance. Loans, Surety Bonds
Specisl atteiiiion ,irn cjrc .1
property belnngiavlii nor rr.idt .
Hocin Nu. I eron.l MiM.r. l-ir.l ,
itiki Hnt l.iiitdntg. Alttsnv Mfe'.rt
J. V. PIPE
Bargains in Farm Und and Cite
proirty.
Insurance. Money to I .can oo Courf
Karma at ( per cent
FEDERAL FARM LOANS
6Yi per cent Interest
A. li BOHKNHTKDT
401 Masonic Temple, Salem, Oregoa
u23J
For Sale Real Estate
Loaae Surety Bonde
E. I;. SOX
Fire, Casualty and Automobile
Insurance. Real Estate
213 1st National Bank Bid
WALNUT TREES I am making up
nn order for F'rnniiuette Wnlniil
trees. If you would like a few I
can make you a very low price. W.
A. Uridine. Inve your orders nt
K. M. French & Son Jewelry Storo.
clyuiowllhli;)
VIERECK'S
BATHS
SHAVING IIAIRCUTTING
RAZORS HONED AND H-ET
Open 7 a. m. u 7 p. m.j Satur
day 10 p. m. Corner First nnd
Ellsworth Street.
Fortmiller Bros.
Funeral Directors
Both Phones Masonic Bldg
Our Own Auto Hearee
Lady Assistant '
CASH paid for
USED FURNITURE ei
See us at 21S Lyon Strrwt
E. L. STIFF A HON
We have
PERT PULP
LINSED OIL MEAL
COTTONSEED MEAL
COCOANUT MEAL
M. SENDERS & CO.