Albany daily democrat. (Albany, Or.) 1888-192?, December 26, 1918, Page 2, Image 2

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    PACK TWO
AI.tl.VNY DAILY DKMOCHAT. Till HSIUY. DK.CKMIIKU 2. 1918
J3aily Democrat
WmTTl 1IORN1H KOOK. publisher
Kntered at the postoffi.-e at AUwny,
Oregon, a, eecond class mutter.
Daily published every evening except
Sunday. Semiweekly published Tuis
days and Kridaya.
Business Matter
In ordering change of addreu. t'lb
acritra ahoiild always givt old as
well aa new addreaa.
Suharrintina Rates Daily
Delivered by carrier, per week . . 10c
Delivered bv carrier, per year . . $4 IH
By mail, at end of year 3 o
By mail, in advance, per year . . 9.1
Classified Katea
One cent per word (or drat puhlica
ttoii: one-half cent per word thereaf
ter, payable in advance. Minimum
charge, twenty -five renta.
ESTABLISHED IN 1 S 6 f
THURSDAY. DECEMBER 26. 1918
W HAT THE PLAIN PEOPLE W ANT
President Wilson is quoted a) say
ing, in an interview printed in the Lon.
don Times, in answer to a question fc
to what was the greatest purpose of
the peace conference:
"I think the plain man in the street
can answer as well as I can. The
plain people of all nations are now
looking with anxious expectation to
wuid Versailles, and 1 atn sure they
ara asi-ing themselves this one ques
tion: ' 'Will there be found eno ju-ii of
wisdom and purpose anions the states
men there assembled to create a safe
guard against future wars?'"
Anyone who hsks the man in the
stieet anywhere in this country' or in
any allied country is likely to find cor
roboration of the President's state
ment. Those who doubt can easily de
termin the matter for themselves by
asking enough men or women to iret !
a dependable line on popular opinion
on lae.r neiguoomoous.
liicst who have managed this nr.i
on tne allied side, have professed nil 1
alon that they were fichtine for tlie 1 f
Iittrty and safety of tne plain peo
ple." We are now about to see whe
they they will make pood their prom
ises. The plain people have Ioui:ht and 1
won the war. The plain people are ;
ready to pay in money as they have
already paid in pain and pnef. ButlsWi SK' .. red fir !' XL, SE' . SE
they demand that they shall be dealt ii;. rod fir sc' XL, cedar ''r XL. nort
with honestly. They have foucht. as of tV red fir to be sold for less than
they think, to make war impossible! 1. 00 per XL. nrd none of tue yell uv
hereafter. They want their represent-- fir nr cedar to be soi l for b-is t'-r-.n
atives at the peace conference to workl ! 4J". per XL T !7 S.. R. fi V'.'., Pec
out a practicable way and thus make; 13, lot ?. red fir l?o XL. I.t 3, red
Will the representatives of the va-;fir "OS XL Ser. 3.V NE-: SW' . red
rious powers at Versailles havet f X!.. i'-: SW', r-d f:r 4!"
irood their victory. IXL. NVV": SE". n-,1 Tr 40 X!.. SW
enouth wisdom and enouch honesty to , SE' re I f r tv.-o Xf.. SE" SE".
eive the people what thev want and
exnect? If not. those statesmen an 1
their governments will have a hard
reckoninc when the plain people, de
ceived and disappointed, call them to
account.
KEEP THE BONDS
Carter Glass, newly appointed sec
retary of the treasury, finds it ne
cessary to issue a sober warninp to
the holders of Liberty Bonds.
"Some people." Jie says, "seem to
feel that they are under no further
obligation to retain these bonds and
they are selling them and using the
money for unnecessary purposes or
exchanging them for other securities I
of doubtful value. So long as thei
United States needs to sell bonds.!
those who hold the present issues f
should not dispose of them except un-1
der the spur of urgent necessity. They ' m
have invested in the best security in
the world and it is both to their own
interest and to that of their govern- j
ment that these securities be retain
ed." I
The temptation to dispose of the
bonds is unusually strong at this sea-1
son of the year. It is yielded to all.
the more easily because of the feeline ;
that the war is over and the need is :
past. !
Thia attitude is bad for the tond-1
holder, bad for business and bad fori
the government. It means a relaxa-!
tinn of the thrift that has been one ;
of the finest and most useful of our j
war-born virtues. It means a lower
ing of bond prices, disturbing the se
curities market and unsettling the
credit system. It means added diffi
culties put in the way of the war
loans that must be floated next year.
It is justifiable, of course, to soli
one's bonds in a real business or per-:
sonal emergency. But every bond
holder should understand that the
same motives that induced him to buyj
secumities should impel him to hang
onto them as long as possible.
it, I
One thing that will help Germany -to
pay her war indemnities is the fact
that she won't have to support a navy. '
Returned to ?orf1nnif
Mrs. Kenneth MrCIrllan of Port
land npent Christm in Al-iany with
relatives and returned to Portliind last
even in v.
On BiisineKH Trip
Al Sternlerflr went to Portland tM
morning on business.
Paed Thrmich
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Arehart and ba
by of Lebanon cre in Ajbnny thin
morning on their way to Kosebur; to
visit relatives.
VIERECK'S
BATHS
SHAVING HAIRCl'TTING
RAZORS HONED AND SET
Open 7 a. m. U 7 p. n ; Satur
day 10 p. m. Corner First and
Ellsworth Streets.
NOTICE OK SALE OK !OVK!5.
MF.NT TIMBER
f
General Ijin.l Office. Washington, D.
t'.. Nnven.ltT 11. l'.'let
Nonce is norcl'V mwii tli.it sub.'.vt
to the eon.liltiMis and limitations of
the Act 01 June !'. l.'id .' Mai.. -1M.
and the instructions of the tivivl.ii'v
of the Interior of ScpteinlH-r l.'i, l'.'l..
th tinilier on the fi'lioxuu,: lan.is will
be sold Jan. '.!. VM:. at 1.' oVi.vi .
ni., at public auction at the I'nite.i
States land office ut Koseb..rir. Oi-e-irvll,
to the highest bi.ider at not 1. ss
tb.an the appraised value as shown by
this notice, sale to be subject to the
approval of the Secretary of t ;.e Inter
ior. The j'Uivlinsi' price, wii'.i an ad
ditional sum of ollc-l'tt'lll of one pel
cent thereof, Uini; coinmisKi.Mis al
lowed, must be deposited ht time of
sale, money to le ret.irncd if sale is
t.ot aj'proxcd. otherwise patent wih
issue for t.e timl-er w':-.i--!i must be re
moved within ten years. 1:1s will ho
rtveived from cituens of tne I'niied
Slates, associations i-i s-icli citucn
and corpoiaticr.s o:y;.r.i.-ed under tiie
laws of the I'nited Suites or any state,
territory or district thereof only. I'p
on application of a qualified purchas
er, the tinil-er on any lc-.:al s a divisioti
will be offered separately l-efcie beinc
incl.idcd in any offer of a larcer unit.
T. S. S.. K. 1 E.. Sec. 1; SK SW
-,, yellow pi-ie 10 M.. red fir 430 M..
white fir -0 V... none of ti e ollow
pine to 1-e sold for less than 51oi per.
V., and none of the fir tj be sel l for
less than 51.00 per M. T. IS S.. R.
W , Sec. Nr. . SW'.. red fir 3V
V.. vellow fir M . cedar M M..
N W 't SW-red fir 500 M , yollov fir
-00 M.. SW , SW i. red fir IT" M.
e!low I'.r ll'O !.. cedar ,"i M.. SK' , S
W-4. red fir o.'tf M.. vellow fir 100 M
K . s!" .. red t f..V M.. NVV .
K' . red fir 4'0 M.. vellow fir 900
! . SW'i SE' '. red fir 7o0 M.. yel
low fir 3S0 M.. cedar ? M.. SE' 1 SE
,. red fir 10-'S M., vell.nv fir 300 L,
I none of tve red fir. yell v fir or cedar
a I e so! 1 for U ss than M per M.
"IIS ? W . S,v. S. NK XI'
.1 fir ?;0 M.. NWij NE':. red fir
: V.. SW- NK .. :d fi-- sJo M .
SE' . N '" ' . . red fie . M.. NK' NVV
red fir 4"0 M., vellow fir 4".0 VI..
NVV . red fir loo M., veil w
V.. cedar 70 M SW . XW'i.
.-j-
- wi t:r ir .
How fir L'.'oO M.
rear 70 M.. SK
NVV's. red fir
yellow fir 400 M., cedar 115 XL,
NK ; SW';, yellow fir TOO XL. cedar
"0 XI.. NVV, SW' . vellow fir 4:0
M., re.'ar o0 X' . SW ' SW-;. vellow
fir fill V.. SE' I SW',.. vellow fir
74ft ET; SE'
rid fir S70 XI. .
vollew- fir "'to V .
eosr -M.. s
1 red fir 5" XL. re!ar "0 X!
red fir r."7 XT.. ' r.e r'f tve red fir to
l e so'd for less Th.tn ?1 ?" rrr XT
- Lot 1. red fir To XL. S' j NEW
VW'-:, r-d fir 410 XT.. N'U vflfi;
NT' -, red fi- 31". XL. nor-e of the red
fir to be sold for Ipss than 1 1.4" per XI
CLAY TALLMAX.
Commissioner, General Land Office.
dyn-5d30
WHEN ANSWERING classifieds ads.
kindlv mention The Iien.ix-r;it.
CASH paid for
fSiJD El RMTl'RE
ee ts Hi 21 o Lyon Street
E. l ST1EE & SON
SPECIALS
100-lh. sax Peer!osJ
Salt $1.00
100-Ib. sax Sea Shell 1.25
Best Vallev Hour ?2.73
M. SEN'DERS & CO.
Frank G. Will
JEVELER
Hifjh claM Jewelry, Silver, Cut
Glats irtw Hand Painted China
Really
Canadian Lands
LOANS AND I.VSIRANCE
Geo. Taylor
Corner of Second and Kroadalliin
U. ll 52J; Home 2075
IMS BEST
BAKED GOODS
GROCRKIKS.PROiHCK
and FRL'HS
rX
PARKER'S
"Tbc S.jSn of Oua'ify"
Ufr Lyon St. Bf.rh Phi n t
CITY NEWS
I
-
J Mere Erom Wa!iinc!on
I Mr. and Mr. E.biimid Anderson of
italcr. Wash., are here vuilin their
I parents.
iicturned Home
li:irry Haw Kins returned to Salem
this niorniui' aacr siv:idiur t'hrist
nis heie. Vli. Hawkins ivinutued
i'eiv for n few dnys.
I 'orl land l'epl.
.s. J. K. Koivst and Mr. and M r. t
. 1 itiN-fiobl and son 1-Vrrst v(
For
Milk and Cream
Phone 17
Two Daily Deliveries
Albany Pure Milk & Cheese
Co.
Corner Fifth and Jackson Sis.
OVERSTOCKED
AND MIST HAVE MORE ROOM
Will make a special cash price until Dec. 3!st on s
good grade of No. 2 BoarJs Shiplap and Dimensions
ALBANY Ll-MP.ER COMPANY
-1 I
ft r
f 3 r f W r. f I if
M-i swi ?k 5 fe ; ii
IT IS THE WAY OF TIIE MULTNOMAH HOTt-X at Portland.
Cordiality of Gftinir, nice aervirt. rnrnve tor ymu two if you ir
drivin? ft car, ai d cloie proximuy to all plnrea of lntnet, r mn
ine The Multnorih
FOKTLANDM LEADING HOTEL
TIME IS MONEY
And one should be saved as well as the other.
A checking, or savings account with this bank helps
you accomplish both. A Home Bank for Home
People.
ALBANY STATE BANK
4 pr cent on Savinra
Thr Mountain States Powor Com
pany ".ih all their frirmls and pat
rons a verry Merry Christmas and a
most pro:;pTouB New Yar. Wn
tliai.k you for your patronise and
p'jpp'.rt in Iho. pa.t, and uinrrrely
hopr tlit th? name friendly relations
will fontinue in the future. We have
end' ii vorr d In (five you the beat poa-r-f
i I j I c- s rvie during the pant ytar, and
our h'tio is that in the rominff year
we riiiiy, if poswililr, ivc you even
h'tt-r :;rvire.
MOUNTAIN STATES POWER Co.
"0( West Second
1 Toi-tlnnd returned home this niorniiiir
after visit irnr Air. and Mrs. A. VV.
Ilowersox. Eorest has just received
' bis discharge from the S. A. T. t. at
! t'orvallis. . j
Went to l'ortlnnd I
Wayne Stewalt left this lllornintr
for IVi'tlnnd on business.
Visit d fn FiiKrnf
Mis tllitths ..oovh rttn 110J tMit
m.tnimi? from Kuvrene whn ho visit
el hor paivnu. j
uitt'd l'r'nt
Miss M.-irtha Soxnucr n'turnoil Id
Portliind this morniinr after visitinc
her piitvnts.
'How Do
You Do'
And
"Goo.l Bye"
You Hie ThiM Wobli
when frunds come to
your hone. Y-u 'r
t-lad tv re them, and
orr thjit they ra
Roth Phones 1"
Hand the
"Flu
a Lemon
Re Ciiiffnl what you K.il
ORANC.l S and I.1M.
ONS contain valuable
acids which arc condu
cive to good health and
arc thereby excellent for
ccryone to use in order
to be in the pink of con
dition. Special Prices on
Oranges and 1-einons
Fancy Sunkist Lem
ons, large sic ilOe do.
Oranges, extra large
fancies :i for 2."e
AND as follows:
I for 2.H-
." for 2.V
fi for 'J.")c
I'accy Celery 10c
Sweet Potatoes .... ,V
Home Made Kraut.
Remember, the best
place to buy table ,;up
rlies is where they have
the biggest and best as
sortment. Holloway's
Farmers' Store
.Where (Iroeeries arc
Sold Right
P.otli Phones 7
Substitutes
FIVE CENTS PER Hi.
Corn )
Oat ) FI.OUR
Parley )
Valley Best Hour $2.S."
White Mountain Flour
$3.13
Rvc and Buckwheat
Flour, 10-lb. bags 7."c
Murphy's
Seed Store
Great
Expectations
sre ni-vT fulfillcil williout
MONEY!
lie prcinroil to mi ct the Hij Op.
portunitica in Life with the
monry snveil ns you progress.
Our Savings Iii partmcnt works
with you to mnke your dollars
Incrense.
Four l' r Cent IntorrHt Paid.
Capital and Hurplus $0,000.00
J. W.Cusick & Co.
Bankers
Albany, On Jot
c3
e
A
w
Y
femh st SAVINGS BANK
CLASSIFIED ADS.-BUSINESS DIRECTORY
For Sale
FOK SM.K I l .0 ronU of uoml
'tnutti fir wiuhI lihvirH nny (ilutr
in AHumy. ( utt K. II. r-iff. r, Uitli
ill01H'l. a d'JljJl
I'OH SAI K - Stiimii tullcr, Swnuon
nwiKi', tn "rdiT. IttKHl litiiK
I'lo. At it ltrttKm. AtMrt'im K. Vn
Kl'. ! I'- I. No- l.
h'K SAI T - Fim row, tuv l lr
fic-th uny tijin-. 1vit frv'rl tn
r. . M, ll.Mi Irih.-ti. 1 1 -0 Writt l'Jth'
; Sln-M. Hi ll pluntr M It. I. IM 17.
FOR SAI.K -UM nrrv, erupt nmcliiii
i itv. Mtot-lv. (.(hhI rnia fur luiu
tinn. I.tcrty ItontU tnkrn, pm I
i cnh. It. I', lUn Mil,. iir.Jil j
'FOR SAI.K.- hmm, $J.(KH) nmrttf:iKi
on Jimi uifc farm n-ur ion, 7 jrr
i-nit ii.U rv.t 1'ityutilc umiuully. INvk
! r A Hrmii. ''- I. yon Stnvt Allmny.
t airi.r lUiy Waulrd. Kvrninif Trl
ii;tiun. Al'rt I S'lulrrs, Ai;i'iit.
I'linnr .'-..s J or Hi'ini or we thJ
:u:iit :it .':!. tlr.-Kun l!!ntrif. ' lii-c
Jt'i.
CAK ll.VKCAINS Kurd touring .1:0;
Mnxvtrll (iij.ri; HiulsMti f l.'iO; tu.lr-1'iiki-r
$7.'li; MkxwiII $.s,'.il; Hull
Traitor $:ti(); Konl Tiok I.VJ;
truik atturhniput :i.'.0. Wul.l'i An
drrson A Son n'.'Ttf
For Rint
KOK ItKNT Molrrn home rlo in.
Impure of . K. I'feiffor. nl'Jtf
KOlt liK.NT 7-room nouse and .
acres. 1 mile fro.n eo-tnoue, Al
liany, Ore. Hwh & llodcea.
KOlt KK.NT- 10 orrcs, itood house,
other improvements. Close In. In
quire I.4-0 Cohen. nTtf
Miscellaneous
WANTKK- 1 or 2 tons of .mall p,,ta-tiM-s
to fi'.d hoi-a. Cull K. II. I'frif.
fir, both phiincs. 2ld.'til&w
KOK KXCIIAN'CK-Houaa and lot
rented for o er month to trade tor
Ailiitny pruperty for ucren.;e. Will
pny n I'iinh iltfferenre. See llofllcli
& llonilinck, l:iO West 1st St.
l.Ut
MKNTIdN Tlui liumocrut in uuswvr
iiiK Classified and oilier Ails.
WANTKII To buy a house and lot
in Alhnny. State sir." of house and
hit find lowest cash figures. Apply
K. II., rare of Democrat offico.
KUCS RUn.S Al! kinds and sixes.
We have bought a lar'e assortment
of slightly diinmired Now Kiir that
e will si ll fur tho prn o of secuml
hand. Wntch for our announcement
next week, on tho tiny rtiirs arrive.
Albany Kurniluro Kxchiinire, West
1st St., opposite llolloway's Farm
ers' Store.
liAIit SWITCIIKS made from comb
inirs and cut hair. Inve orders at
llnmilton'a Store, Millinery Depart
ment; nr rnll Homo phone
Wl.l rnll at homes for orders. Mrs.
T. Tclltfson, Albany, Or.
CASH PAID For furniture and
household jooils. pom UB before you
sell. Albany Furniture Exchange
415-417 West 1st St. Doth phonos.
dlitf
1'l.KNTY OK MONKY to loan on
pood fnrms; low interest rnles; 6
years' time; privilege to pny $100 or
multiple on nny interest ilnto. Call
or write J. M. A II. M. Hawkins,
Albany, Oregon. nZHf
iir.jll
RKAD OIIH WANT ADS.
CASH PAID FOR
I J-U-N-K
I
I Mflnl. Iron Rrnni. Rarka. tin am.
I l'acifir Junk Company I j
r.. iiuiiim At
Second and Baker Street
Hell 84SK, Home 2227
H NATIONAL BANK
Practical Patriotism
An Important duty hlrti ho stay at hou o
urn Country Is the rnnarnaltnn f our rraourrra lo
the tiltrrnioiit.
II.. ho aar Is hilpins hi. country, his ruminunlty
and hiniM'If.
FOR II O Y A I. TYI'KWUITFItS -Wrlttf
tu limltnm A Wrlla, Curvallit,
Orrtrun. Arnta for hunt County.
iosi
4I.- A hirifi' i'uiuvo bri'iiHt pin, on
Thurmljiy. either on Irmn lntrrn
,Vtt;itiy iimt l.'lnmn or in Aihuny.
Ktturtt to PctitiHTut OlTU't. Itt'wnrtl,
Ihv. ;M I'll.
I OS'!'. Atntulr ilt'jf, linr hair bb
till. Call (. (J. MtKy. t'orvultm.
Hum. 1'hoiio (tv U-l -(L
FURMTl kK bouKht ami M. Call
K. ItuKoway, 2nd mid lUkor Ht ,
Ho II pluui 31 u (. IIun phun
WiOHSAWIN; ( Ml S. II ilitidr.
Hoi iu phoiti Mils, H. ll .1:MY. ki
tl.iu 111.' Kliu ami 11th. fltf
BJSINESS OlRtCTURV
IIKMSTITCIIINO-lilie r yard,
tlirvad (iirnialird. 11.-1 1 pi.uiie
.Sue llrrckeiiriuKe, 3M W. 2d St.
ELMtK C. GIHK
Chiropiecior
Kootns J, 7. t, I a. Cusi.k ilank Bid
Natute cannot cure a cUmm unless
the cause la removed. ChiiopiaciU
djuslni.nls remove the hum.
DR.
IL K. JACKSON
Dentist
Kooa 44.J Kir.t Nenonal bank bldg.
bOTH K1IONK8
DK. CKOKOK J. .tENAQY
Cnltopractor
First National bank Bull-tin
dill
Kcal Lstatc, Insurance and
Money tu Loan
H. P. MEKkILL
loaoiaace. Loana, Surety Boada
prrisl .llrnli. ,, rit tiIC ,,(
pioprrlr helm: .'itiIo ni.r-t'.irfrnti
Hootii No I, iconil Hour, eir.l
i'K Hn hmldinir. Alham- ilrrvn
J. v. rifR
DarKaliif la Karm Ijinda and Cite
property.
Insurance, Money to I.on on ('ood
Karme at ( per rent
FKDLRAL FARM LOANS
t'i per rent Interest
A. C UOIIK.NHTKUT
401 Masonic Temple. 8alem, Orrfoa
For Sale Real Estate
Loans Surety Duocki
K. I SOX
Plre, Casualty and Automobile
Insurance. Real Estate
213 1st National Bank Bids
I.IIIK.KTY BONDS
If you must sell your bonds
we will buy them.
J. M. A II. M. HAWKINS,
tf Albany, Oregon.
STETTILR'S
Full line of Chinawsre, Dishes,
Croi-kery, GLsaware, Granita.
Tinware, and Orocerles.
I ISIIKR-ISRADKN
Undertaken
Auto Sendee Lady Assistant
Fortmillcr Bros.
Funeral Directors
Both Phones Masonic Bldg.
Our Oven Auto Hearae
Lady Assistant