Albany daily democrat. (Albany, Or.) 1888-192?, December 18, 1918, Page 4, Image 4

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    PACE KOl'R
AIIIANT PAIl.t NKMCMRAT. WKDNKSIIAV. DKCKMHKK IS. 1918
Ford Owners Attention !
$30.00
A Standard Price
$ 3 0. .0 0
A Standard Joli
6
$30.00 will p"t yur Cylinders in first class
running condition. Price includes:
I ABOR, REBOR1NG. PISTONS. RINGS.
CROSS HEAD PINS. AH St.uu'arl l ord
Parts.
Costs Nothing to Ask Ahout It at
Ridder's Machine Shop
First and Jackson Streets
$30.00
n
i
$ 3 0. .0 0
NOTICK OK SAI.K OK liOVKRN .
MKNT TIM11KK
. v - ArigHii
CHRISTMAS CANDY
Is just as nuu-h a i:lrt
holiday spirit ns Santa Claus.
Wt Make Our 0 n
Kverj'.hinc from tho hikih-irrntf
boxed pxHl5 to H.'liJay MitcJ.
Ep-ial I'ricf in lare quantities.
THE ELITE
For
Milk and Cream
Phone 17
Two Daily Deliveries
Albany Pure Milk & Cheese
Co.
Corntr Fifth and Jackson 3ts.
1
Your Christmas
Problem Solved
Hundreds of gilts that will delight the old and the
young. Here are just a few suggestions:
WRIST WATCH LAVALLIERE CLOCK
SILVERWARE BRACELETS LOCKET!
NECKC11AINS RINGS
The Home of Pretty Jewelry
E. C. MEADE
WEST SECOND STREET
Ot'iioinl liul Office, Washington, P.
('., November H, I'M
Notice is iu-reby yiven that aulijoct
to Oi comlitumi iitwl limitations ot
thr Act of June !. ll'lt! t:W Slat.. JIM.
ami the instructions of tho S.fivtaiv
of the Interior of SeptomU'r la, UM
tlm timlH-r on the following laliiis will
I aolj Jan. J, ll'tsl, at 10 o'clock a.
ni., at pul'hc auction at the I'niuvl
Slates land ottlce at Koseourjt, lire
ton, to the highest bUhlcr at not less
than ttie appraise,! value ns shown ty
this notice, sale to he suhjeet to the
approval of the Secretary of the Inter,
ior. The pmvhase price, with an ad
ilitfcMint sum of one-fifth of one per
cent thereof, oeinir eonilii(sniona at-
; j lowed, must be itcpositeU at time of
I sale, money to le returned it sale is
j not approved, otherwise paten, w ill
.ssue for the tiiiilr whi'h must lv re
I moved witliin ten years. I'i-ls will W
I rtveived from citi.ctis of the llnited
States, associations of such eiti-.ens
and eorjiorntions oruaniretl un,ler the
laws of the I'nited Slates or any s'.nte.
territory or district thereof only. I'p
on application of a qualified purchas
er, the timlier on any hv'al subdivision
will he offered s. pamtely before heinvr
inchaied in nnv offer of a larirer unit.
T. :!" S.. K. 1 y . Sec. 1: SK'-SV
':. yellow pine 10 M.. red fir 430 M..
white fir 20 M.. none of the vcllow
pine to he a-'M for less than f 1.5o per.
Si., and none of the fir to be sold for
less than Jl.tH) per M. T. U S., R. 2
W.. Sec. Jo. NK-i SW';. red fir :hK)
M.. yellow fir 1iH1 M.. cedar 50 !..
NW , SW'i, red fir 500 M.. yellov.- fir
SO0 M.. SW . SW ,. rv.l fir 1150 M..
vvl'.ow fir 1:H M.. cedar nti M.. SK' , S
W'i, red fir 550 M . vellow fir 100 M.,
NK', SK'j. red fir 550 M., XW',
-K'4. red fir 450 M.. vellow fir !0O
M., SW': SK' . red fir 700 M., yel
low fir :C.O M.. n-dar-AO M . SK' , SK
red fir loJS M.. yellow fir 300 M..
none of the red fir. yellow fir or cedar
o be sold for less "t!;an $1 .50 per M.
r. !4 S.. R. W . e. 5 NK , N'K ,
rd fir 850 M.. NW ; NK'I. red fir
00 y. . SW', NK',. red fir 825 M.
K i XK',. red fir 800 M.. NK' , XW
i. red fir 450 XI.. vellow fir 450 XI.,
NW'. NW ,, rod fir 100 M., v.llow
fir S50 M.. ctar 70 XU SW'i NW'i,
red fir 225 XI . yell w fir 2250 XI.
ce.lnr 70 XI.. SK' , XW'J, red fir 325
M , yellow fir 400 XI , cedar 115 XI.,
N K , SW',, yellow fir 700 XI., cedar
70 M.. NW', SW'j, yellow fit- l!H)
X! cedar io XI.. SW.', SW',, j.llow
fir 1140 XI., SK'J SW' , :elow fir
( SKi;. rod fir !170 M..
. .'.-.lur I'.o M.. NW
'. red fir 57o M., cedar 50 XI.,
W j sr.',, red tir t;.o xi., SK', sk
i . red fir SS0 M cedar Jo XI ., none
.if the red fir to be sold for less than
M OO per M., and none of the yellow
fir or cedar to be sold for less than
J125 per XI. T. 17 8.. K. W Sec.
111. lot 2. red fir l:o M lot ri'd
fir 5V.5 XI. Sec. S5, XK', S W 1 , , red
"-'5 XI., SK', SW',. led fir 415
; XI , NW'i SK' r.-d fir 4M' M , SW
i SK-1, red fir iIJO M . SK', SK',.
ivd fir ;i:l5 X none of the red fir to
he sold tor less tha n f 25 per XI. Sec
i "7. lot I. red fir 100 XI.. N 1 , XK','
NW',, n,I fir 4'to XI., N NW',1
NW' ,, ul fir :I15 M . none of tha red
fir to lie sold for less that .l 15 or XI.
t I Al rI.i.vt .
Commission.", General lud Office,
dv n2.U0
Expenses Too Iliuh;
Scit Show
Closes
Many people who an- i i the habit
of attending picture shows will feel
disappointment at the rlosinr of the
l'eoples' Theater III Scio. The lai'ite
i.icivuse in license made recently by
the city council, together with the oth
er heavy expense of oH.'i'utinir a pie
ture show, briua the same to more
than the receipts.
Nobody will oH iule a business a! n
nt least for no groat eni;tli o'
time, and Mannt:cr Wesely la not ilif
fvrent rroni other people In this re
spect, lie wants and should have at
least a small margin above the coal of
coitdoctintr the business.
After the fust of the year, when the
it council will have control of tliei
:ly's affair, nerhapa a more reeip.
, il view of iiinllura will lie Inken
v. hen the theater will l reoH'iie I.
'io Ti'ibiine.
AIIVKIIHSKI I.KITKK.S
The following Is a list of the ndvec
tiled leltera remaiuiiiK In the Albany
O'VKon. poslofflce HeeeinU-r III, l!UH
Mia. K. M. Iliown, Misa Katie lien
s, n, I'. K. I'onn, J. J. t'lnpp, Mr. John
li. t'arey. Mrs. Inn II. K lines, Mis.
J. S. Xlcliolinet, Xtisa (irncc Russell
Miss Viola Simpson, (', XI. Suldons,
Mrs. tieoree Taylor.
TIME IS MONEY
And one should be saved as well as the other.
A checking, or savings aeeount with this hank helps
von accomplish both. A I Ionic Hank for Home
People.
ALBANY STATK HANK
4 per cm on Snvinit
Books For M
Dollar
Upon
Dollar
interest upon interest nt ih
rate of 4 per cent compounded,
makes money (rrow fast nt our
Pavings Dejwrtment!
Try this out today nnd a start
towards success is yours.
Capital and Surplus, $90,000.00
J. W.Cusick & Co.
Bankers
Albany, - Oregon
Realty
Canadian Lands
LOANS AND INSURANCE
Geo. Taylor
Corner of Second and Broadalbin
Bell 52J; Home 2075
Substitutes
FIVE CENTS PER ll.
Corn )
Oat ) FLOUR
Harlcy )
Valley Best Flour $2,553
White Mountain Flour
$3.13
Rve and Buckwheat
Flour, 10-lb. bans 73c
Murphy's
Seed Store
omen
CMdr
A cift that will delight the hearts of the old ;nu! youriR. i'c have a stock that
will suit any taste at prices that will appeal to Xmas buyers.
Here Arc a Few Suggestions for Shoppers
HOOKS FOR BOYS
jjtOUIWAHKiH
COIl .MBIA HIGH Series
ROVLR BOY Scries
TOM SW IFT S:riL5
'I;Vl;iY CHILD C!.ould Know scries
CUT i:OOR Scries
MOV.' VC PICTURE BOY Scries
BOY SCOUT LIBRARY
ror Men, I
and
en
ISOOKS FOR (JIRI.S
At'N'i J AN I: Series
OLT bOOR GIRLS Series
Mi ING PICTURI; GIRLS Scries
I -LSIi: DUNSMORI: Series
BOOKS FOR OLDER FOLKS
R I PRINT FICTION 75 cents
ALL LATEST NOVELS
PC LTRY AND WORKS
CM ;-! v;" ) AUTHORS
Rcmemlwr, a Book for Everyone at Reasonable Prices
rosnav & iviason
WEST FIRST STREET
Xmas Bargains Save You Money
II. I r
$2 30 $2.30
THIS ROCKER new quarter-sawed oak
finish, ranc scat. Valuo $.1.75 -our
special price only $2.30
DINING CHAIRS - New, all hard wood,
cane seat. Value $3.45 each our spe
cial price only $2.00
ARM ROCKERS $:l.00 up to $1 1.30
DINING TABLES $3.00 and up
NEW MATTRESSES $3.00 and up
DRESSERS $3.3 and up
Every Article in our ntrc a BARGAIN.
Visit Our BARGAIN COUNTERS
Albany Furniture
Exchange
0 i o.' ilc I'olloway's Farmers' Store
Worth
While
Xmas
Hints
Your annual probl'i,.?
made easy Hcic aie i
few Practical sunees
tions: 1 .
China and (Mass De
partment CUT GLASS VASES
WATER BOTTLES
PITCHERS
TUMBLERS
VASES
DINNER SETS
TEA SETS
HAVILAND CHINA
And so forth.
Silver and Cutlery De
partment COMMUNITY FLAT
SILVER
CARVING SITS
CASSEROLES
PIRCOLATERS
ALUMINUM WARE
And so forth.
Grocery Department
Xmas firoecrien
that will gladden the
heart of old Santa and
make his mouth water
will be found in our
choice stock of fancy
groceries. Your Xmas
feast will be provided
with everything from
soup to nuts of the most
toothsome and tempting
delicacies.
BIG SHIPMENT OF
High Grade APPLES
Just In.
Holman
&
Jackson
Broadalbin Street
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