Albany daily democrat. (Albany, Or.) 1888-192?, December 11, 1918, Page 3, Image 3

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    ALBANY BAI1.T nKMOOMV. WK.DN f.SI) V. )K( r l lti:i II, 1914
r'AOtt I I VE
Gifts for
Children
ut Fisher Rrmlt'iiH
Sensible, practical, sturd, enjoy incut hi inning ; i f t
JUMPER. SWINGS. SAMIM: CARS,
CI KM) CIIOO CARS, SI LCO COASTER
WAGONS KINTI.K-CAKiLN CHAIRS,
ROCKI RS, III CHAIRS,
NURSERY CHAIRS.
Any one of the above articles will please the kiddies
fisher-bra den go
"Tlir Klura Uha Wrlrumr" -
HK'i, . fir IM M , NW'
yviinw fir w
NtiTK'K 'K SAI.K OK liOVKKN -
MKNT 1 IMIIKIt
(JmhtkI IjiiuI orriio, Washington, l.
-., NuvoihIkt u. r.n
Ntillc-0 111 htrrtiy icivi'H that aulijii-t
tn Ilia roiitlitiotia ami liniltatlutia uf
Oik Art of June tl, lull! I.T.l Slat., '.MM),
anil tlia Itialrui'timia nf the Sivrrtara
uf the Interior of Heil0inlKr Ki. IM'..
Ill tlmlior un the following lamli will
W aul.l Jan. 2. I'.U'J. at o oYlcx-k a.
m , at liuhlir auction at the tJnitenl
Statea fanil nfftre at Koarhurif, Ore
iron, to the hiKhrat hiihlrr at not Iraa
than the apjtraiavil value at atiown hy
thla not ire, sale to Im auhjrrt to the
approval of the Secretary of the Inter,
lor. The purchaae pnre, wilh an ad
ditional aum of one-flfth of one per
rent thereof, lieintf ronimUsiolia al
lowed, niuat lie dt'Kialtrd at time of
aale, money to le returnrd if ante la
not approved, iitherwiae patent will
iaaue for the tilnU r whl-h muat lie re
moved within ten yeara. Ilida will l
rereived from ritlutna of the United
Htatea, aaaoriationa of aui-h ritui-na
ami corporationa (iriraiiiuxl under the
! lawa or the United Statea or any itate,
territory ur lilatrirt thi-rrof only. I!p.
'on application of a iualified liurrhaa
er. the titnlter on any leyal aufMliviaiou
t will lie offered arparatrly hefoie lirint;
. Included in any offer of a larrer unit.
T. 3S S.. K. I K. Sec. I: SK' . SW
yellow nine 10 M , red fir 4.10 M.,
white fir 20 M.. mine of the yellow
'liinr to lie aold for leu than ll.oll per.
l.. and none of the fir to lie aold for
leai than 11.00 per M. T. l' S , It 2
W., See N K ' i SW',. re. fir :u0
!M, yellow fir 90 M. cedar Ml M.,
NW'i SW';, red fir'&oo M , y.-llu fir
KlHI M., SW', SW',. red fir I I. Ml M.
v. llow fir UK) M , cedar fa M . SK' I S
W',. red fir o.'.0 M . yellow fir 100 M.,
NK
SK! I. red fir 4M M
' M., SW'', NK',, red fir 700 M.. yel
low fir .'11.0 M . n-dar Ml M , SK', SK
: ' ,, red fir VKt M , yellow fir .'100 M ,
' none of the red fir, yellow fir or cedar
to U aold for l.-.i than 1 1 Ml i-r M.
I I. II K.. It. W., K.t. I., NK', Kt'.'l
rod fir HIM M.. NW'J NK',, red fir
."I ,vl . HI', NK',, re, fir Ml, M .
1 SK' i NK' ,, r.-d fir Mio M , NK' N W
red fir ',( M., yellow fir 4.'0 M ,
NWi, NW'., red fir I'Hi M . yellow
fir HM) M., cedar 70 M.. SW', NW'i
red fir Z'.Ti M . yellow fir Z.'.Ut M .
cedar 70 M , SK' NW'i, red fir Kit,
M , yellow fir 400 M , cedar lir, M.,
NK', SW"i, yellow fir 7'MI M., cedar
70 M., NW'i KW'I, yellow fir 400
M , cedar HO M . SW", KW'I. yellow
fir I'.io M , SK'I SW'!, yellow fir
710 M., NK"i SK'i, red fir S70 M ,
yelh.w fir MHO M , ce.lar IK, M., NW
' SK':, red fir fi7li M . cedar 110 M.,
SW', SK',, red fir mu M . SK'.J SK
1 1. red fir HHo M , cedar '-'fi M., none
of the red fir to lie aold for leaa than
II 00 per M., and none of the yellow
fir or cedar to lie aold for leaa than
I '.'.' per M. T. 17 S . R. fi W . Sec.
I.'l, I ol 2, red fir Hm M.. Iit 3, red
fir MM M. Sec. X, NK'i SW';, red
fir fi'.'R M.. SK'i SW;, red fir 4ir.
M , NW'i HK' ;, red fir 4hi M., SW
', SK',. red fir fl'.'O M , SK'j SK',,
reil fir .'l.'lfi M., none of the red fir to
l e aold (or leaa than II 1.1 per M. Sec.
'.7. Iit 1. red fir 1!KI M., N' KK'i
NW', red fir 4W M., N4 NW'i
NW' ,, red fir .11.1 M , none of the red
fir to he aold for leaa than It 4.1 H-r M.
I.AV TAI.I.MAN.
roniniiaiioiier, (lenerul Ijind Office.
dynlMd.'H)
' The Anierican Ked t'roaa provided
one out of every ten aoldiera in Krunci.
witli a corncoh pie.
WatcrmcliinH Arc
Ripe at Ifalsey
IIAI.SKV, liii!. I0.-Another of
titoae aurpriac fir wliit-li tliia ecti n
uf Orcon ia famoua waa jierHtrut'-'l
on Oorife Miixviell, a llalaey fnruier
thia week, when he diacovereif in hi
vanien m nuttilH-r of ripi, juicy wale-mi-luna.
The melon pulch had U-en deaert. d
fur weeka, and it waa oril yhy ac idem
that Mr. Maxwell diacovcrcd thut t!o-.
fruit had liecn ati-udily making pro,;,
reaa toward maturity, deapiie the ai
luaimc.
Thirty-two lliuuaaiid achod children
in the aehioU uf I'nria were receiving
regular lun hca from the Ited Cro!
durinir the -imt year
Niiptha Soap, In rife l,ara, tic. 1 1 1 -lowny'a
Knrmerw' St'ire. n?7tf
Seven huf;dre portalde houaea I
varioua umn were aent to Krance
the Ked Crona.
Gel llie Geiuiiie ef-l
and Avoid
Economy
ry take
Nnpth Soup, lnrte Imn, 5c. Hoi-
Yoiid hardly
know Pete
was chewing
TIME IS MONEY
And one should be saved as well as the other.
A cherkii'g, or" savings account with this bank helps
voti accomplish both. A Home Hank for Home
People.
ALBANY STATU HANK
4 per rent on Savinxa
Yet he lays he get.
more eatiifaction out of
hit small chew ol Gravely
than he ever got out o( a
big chew of ordinary to
bacco. "Real Gravely hai
a pure, rich taste," says
Fete. "It's sweetened just
enough, and one small
chew holds its good taste
so long. I figure that this
class of tobacco costs mc
nothing extra maybefess
than I'd have to spend for
ordinary plug."
(WJ mnhrrlkat'g m-kr ym
9Sm 11 tkt t4 tmitt fatj riu
a It-eetce anAeaf carre ami.
PEYTON GRAND
Real Gravely Chewing Plug
each piece packed in a pouch
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c days ai
make the
m wkim
i ii .'
-iLV. -
rapidly passing
most of them.
Shop ritjlit away, early in the"
day. I'veiyt'iini; to wrap
i i
'Mn (.utilize nc lounc
nere: tissue paper, tinsc!
c"rd. rihhon and Christmr
:boxes. Don t put r.ff unt:! SHOPPING $ 1 A
tomorrow that which you can ' UAYS
do toi'av.
fl i y-
The Great Gift
for Men
Because it is always
pleasing. Buy this
tjift for Him here, foi
wch ave an enormous
selection.
r0c 7rc $1 $i.:o $2
N'ovtlty Velvet
With Chenitte tassels
a novelty ift, hut one with
true value and usefulness.
!M.."0 to $7.r,0
Leather Hand Pursi
bas for
Sl.lS to 5.00
Be Santa Claui
And hand him a
shirt. It is sure t
provoke a smile of
uratitude.
Our Shirts are ail
' of good aualitv.
S1.."0 S2 '& $1..G
Tru2 fe iTirssrf:-,
4
We do rieture-Franiins, so bring in your pic
tures right away, and we will frame then'
promptly and well.
Cash Values Worth Whilo
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lt Everybody's Store
Fhxhxhxhxh- HAMILTO N' shzhxhshxh
To Speed Up Holiday Shopping Our Year-End Sale of
WOMEN
S
FAL
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Starts Friday9 December 13th
A PKE-JANTARY I' S. oSAL OF SUITS THAT WILL SLKE THIS THE MOST REMARKABLE SALE OF THE YEAR.
PRICES REDUCED
ONE THIRD 12 ONE HALF
raw?
No Fir No Reductions Regular and Sale Prices marked in Piaiu Fi-tures
$18.95
AvrniKC Former
Selling Prices
$32.50
$24.85
AveniK runner
Selling Pliers
$;.r..:.o
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ii
$26.95 I $28.95 f I $32.85 I $39.95 j
A F1A LOTS NOT LIST ,!)
4 I
ABOVE,
Average Former
Soiling Prices
$10.00
Average Former
Selling Prices jj
$11.00
Average Former
Selling Prices
$:.o.oo
Average Former
S Selling Prices
S $").00
AT HALF PRICES. A SLIGHT EXTRA C'HARl.E FOR ALTERATIONS
GIFT SUGGESTIONS THAT WILL PLEASE HOSIERY, BLOUSES, FURS, HATS, ETC.
DAINTY GIFT BLOUSES
Waists of Georgette Crepe in flesh, white, peach, Biege, taupe
and other leading shades.
Round or square neck styles. trimmed with lace or embroidery.
EVERY TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED
HAT REDUCED
UNTRIMMED SHAPES
Sailors, Mushrooms and Turban
shapes of velvet material.
Sale prices 7!)c to $2.!)S
Vclcur Sailor in straight and
drooping brims. Regular val
tics $5.00 to $7.50.
Sale prices .... $2.98 to $1.19
TRIMMED HATS
I landsomc New Models beau
tifully trimmed.
Fine Lyons Velvet in black and
colors all fashionable shapes.
SALE PRICES $2.98 to $11.93
C II RISTM AS
(J L O V E S
Mocha, Buck and washable
Gloves in plain and fancy
stitched backs in all shades
$2.r to $.1.00
SILK UMBRELLAS
FOR GIFTS
Colored Silk Umbrellas
wiu. .ihorate amber and
Ivory handles, and amber
rings. All wanted shades
at popular prices.
Silk Hosiery, Acceptable
HOLEPROOF Silk - Faced
HOSE in white, black, buck
and maple.
$1.13
SILK HOSE in all wanted
shades in a better quality.
Price $1.65
LUXITI: BRANDS Pure silk
Colored Hose in all the desir
able shades.
$2.2.-
HOLEPROOF LISLE HOSE
in white and black only.
Grades from 50 to 75c
Jem 0.
CO
FURS, THE GIFT OF GIFTS
Vdu can make no mistake in a gift of Furs Fox is the accepted
kind and our assortment is of unusual merit. Red Fox Animal
Scarfs at $70.00 to $125
Cross Fox $125 and $135
i Taupe and Black Fox Scarfs at $75.00