Albany daily democrat. (Albany, Or.) 1888-192?, January 12, 1919, Page 3, Image 3

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    ALBANY DAILY Dt'MOCKAT, MONDAY. JANUARY 13. 1919.
PAG THKBB.
The War Is Over
Now the Strike Is on
SO NTUIKi: lit tlit lilTK TIII.Vi nl tlm KITK TIM K.
1. Intel), Kutliorlhliiw; 'I'-h'I la u nli tittle fCn m h :i milm out on tlio
l,'! n(M(ii Kund rite ut tin' NlmollnUM in it Njifilii n lihorSood full
f Sm'iiil AtiniinlHii'w iiiul n very Wrlmnio TiMiiptur, ,
Clin Im IuhI imi very llU-ml teiiim. A tiutn, kimm) w, ruUv Uruvt
rvtrylxMly'i ten in, v. ei-ntli-.
fi well lirei) IhuiVi, nil r inr freuli, H'liiie mn. A nlcu lot of fine
Cow 1 1 it y iinrl Win ut iinl Chiil. cm.
I'm in TikiIh, WiifutiN, lUriimn, Hurry, kimmI Unitm nml Imrn nml out
Iniililin; .
No. ? 1'hia plttre In in n pil ilnteof cultiviition, luia liern very euro
fully fnriiM'il fur Ihi limt U yeiir. Theri in 1 field of red rluver,
uim1 ntiuid. A food wovi-n wire feitri oil around the p'to'e. Nicv
family on lmrd. Thin lim t eiht.iln tu-nrly 4r Herri.
Aik the lU-'iKM-riit Mini more nhuut it, or nt the -
Fix-It Shop
KM ll.krr
f:t:'oti will he m-idrd to iiig, l.utuiire at 3, 4 Mint f M-r cent.
Dr. C!. E. Itlgt't lm irturnnl. of
fice cnjii.u iintik iu.il. i,, u-
j.iihiwir
WHEN ANKWEItlNU classifieds ad
kindly mention Ths Democmt.
KKA.lt UUK WAN I ADS
TIME IS MONEY
An J iiiio should be saved as well as the other.
A checking. r savings account with this hank helps
you accomplish both. A Home Hank for 1 Ionic
People.
ALBANY STATK BANK
. 4 prr rrn. on Saving)
Dr. C. T. Norman
VETERINARIAN
Kflttir.HY AND DENTISTRY A SPECIALTY
Hi l l. 2 .12 -J IIIIMK I2S3
Only Veterinarian In Allinnv Vu horixrd to Tct ("yillle and Horse
Fountain Syringes
AND
Hot Water Bottles
$l.2." to $.1.00 nil (iunrmiltrd
I'l lla '.i! nl once without extra char-e. Huh phones No. 23. Jitney
S r Irt
Woodworth Drug Go.
WE CATER
TO Till PUBLIC TASTH with the Season's Best
Offerings FISH, OYSTERS, POULTRY and
INSPECTED MEATS
1). E. Ncbcrgall Meat Co.
Both Phones 17
"FLU" PROOF
An open air cigar store where
crowds do not assemble - clean
and sanitary.
The "FLU" can't catch you if
you trade at
Eagles Cigar Store
First and Broadalbin
CIIY NKWH
I'l Visit llrlnllvro
Mm. K. K. tireeii is vlnit iriif in Sil
ver nt tin iiiinu of J. (rren mill finn-
.ly.
Him! . to Mii t
The Kimt Altmriy Keil t'runn will
:t ft it Uk uit I 'I'uemlay nftemxfl.
Iiin't let n few litdiea have the priv-
BUHL
MILK
CANS
hiiMr Y milking iil, airvltiMTH, ejtfj
mtm nImi.'I.H'I wnrf NlltHMt Ilfyn.n
Oiffll MHir ' lli wmk (if IV m
- mil iiuugh in 1 tr tu yt t'jr
Mm t i.til
W tmtrf m full ltn of Hairy H'illr,
Hin K.'i'il(tt.ril, Hid, mU Wrlt u for
In. K mI.iI. ,; . onfMlr.n.g .n ut tl. Mrx-at
uurlin ( ut Iwirr Muiijillri In U X W.
M"M(OiC . cAfflul.l.I.
1 front HI. I'urlUocl
CHICHESTER S PILLS
or I'fM"!- "j ! ' " - rrut
fifi ii i i. in; t l-ll.l., I
,... khiM IM.I, MIM Ai,i. If
SUIDBrDKlbUSTSIUmXIkE
STOP CATARRH! OPEN
NOSTRILS AND HEAD
Sy Cream AppliH In NolriU
JUlirvca iiiad-Cold at Once.
If jour ii'tntriU nru ri 1 an.t Tour
het4.1 i fluffed nnd Viri e.in't trmllm
fnly U jhim ..f n r,,i ,.r r.itnrrh, jut
a mntl U'tf ft l.l.'n Crram Calm
ut miv flnjt (ure. Apply a littln of
tiii Ji.tfmitt, t!t'ii . naiii ji.to
t-ur J(.tnl rn I I I it fi-ii-trat
thr'tolt rv-ry wir pi.n!V ,f vmr lu-l,
"..tti:ii ulnl li-iilin;' ti. i.ll..ir.tl. nwI-
l. ii iiitir.ii u,. ui!tr;.nd art t u.u g L iu-
htjtlt fl In f.
Ah! !iuw p.hl It f. At. Y'Mir ikw
tnli re o)n, j iur Lead i 1 1. ar, no
uiiro liawliii. ptiufllmi', l-l'witi; n
ut. r J.radnc1' . dty!ic or trulintf
tr Itreatti, l:ty'a Ir.am Hiiha i jut
ntiat nifFrrrri from lira. I i-o!J sui ctv
Urrh lt a. dill'ht.
Says We Must Keep Feet Dry.
Avoid Exposure and
Eat Less Meat
Stay off thf damp r round, avoid ex
potir e. krrp f cct dry, cat lest meat,
drink l"t of water and above all take
a ftjiooiifut of salts occasionally to keep
down uric acid.
Kheum.it mil is cauird by poisonous
toxin, culled uric acid, which is gene
rated in the bowels and absorbed into
the blood. It is the function of the
kidneys to filter this acid from the
blood and cast it out in the urine. The
pores of the skin are also a means of
freeing the blood of this impurity. In
damp and chilly, cold weather the skin
pores are closed, thus forcing the kid
neys to do double work, they become
weak and sIiikkiaIi and fail to eliminate
this uric acid which keeps accumulating
and circulating through the system,
eventually settling in the joints and
muscles causing stiffness soreness and
pain called rheumatism.
At the first twinge of rheumatism
get from any pharmacy about four
ounces of Jad Salts; put a tablespoonful
in a glass of water and drink before
hrcaktatt each morning fur a week. This
is said to eliminate uric acid by stimu
lating the kidneys to normal action,
thus ridding the blood of these impur
ities. Jad Salts is inexpensive, harmless and
is made from the acid of grapes and
lemon juice, combined with lithia and
is turd with excellent results by thou
sands of folks who arc subject to rheu
matism. Here you have a pleasant,
effervescent lithia-water drink which
overcomes uric acid and is beneficial
to your kidneys as well.
ileeit of doing nil the relief work.
Hit From ( orvilli
(ileii I,. Hoar of ' orvitllia upent Sa
turduy evening and Sunday in AlUmy
vinitirig friends.
I Kerejvin I ir ha rgr
Clinton Arvhihuld haa received hfw
honorable dnu-hnri'e from the navy
and returned to Albany .Saturday. He
wan atntionvd at Jfretncrton.
VUitrd Parent
ih-ii nnmn m roninrin vimtetj hmj
parent, Mr. nnd Mrs. I). H. .Smith
over Sunday.
Here Over Sunday
Arthur Palmer of Portland HMnt
Kunday in Albany vixiting hi pu
rent and family.
VUited In Ktigene
Mm. Kobt. K. fJreene returned
home taut evening from Kugene, where
whe I been vuiting the pant week,
at tie home of Mr. and Mm. Caleb
Sawyer.
Here From O. A. C
M ins Helen I.ivini'ool. wh ! nt .
tending O. A. (.',, upent the week end
with her parent in Albany.
Went to lebanon
Mia Ada Michelaon went to I-eba-non
Saturday evening to spend a week
with er sinter. Mm. Chester My cm.
i
j VUfled Son
I Mm. O. A. Archibald returned home
Saturday from Hremerton, where she
has been the past ten days with her
mm Itoyal, who underwent an opera
tion at the naval bane hospital. He
fs getting along nicely but will have
jto remain in the hospital for a couple
i of week.
Home for Sunday
Pert Stevens, who is working in
Portland for the Willamette Slee) .
Works, spent Sunday in Albany with
his family.
Weather Keport
Yesterday's temperature ranged
from S3 to 48 degrees. The raiofull
was .01 inchea and the river is at 3
feet. ' !
On Iluninena Trip-
Kobt. Greene was a passenger to
Portland thi morning on business.
Went to Salem
Miss UU McCoy went to Salem
this morning to visit friends. Miss
McCoy just arrived home from Wash
ington, D. C, on Friday evening,
where she has been doing government
work since war was declared and
since Friday she has been visiting her
mother in Brownsville.
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i'ARNS
at Pre-war prices
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from every nVpartmrnt of our store
Men's and Boy's WOOL
MACKINAWS
Zephyr, Shetland Floss,
Saxony, in every color. A
skein of anv kind
.Main Floor
Page Talcum
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II Rose, Violet, Wistaria,
2 Lilac and Boreuted for
1 babv.
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x L-Sl 15c
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Patrick. Maukats,
Bear and Polar.
Black
.$13.75
BLANKETS
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$5.15 h
Shawknit Plaid
0(5x80
Nashua Wool
nap, 64x76
Monarch Non
pareil, 6-1x76. .
Monarch
54x76
$4.48 "
$2,98 5
$2.48 S
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If you I avo K!.ejr.a:i3i;i in ni.y
form or aXnie, procure n" Pack-
ire of TRL'SLKR'S RHEU
MATIC TABLETS of our
Afcnt in Albany, Ore.,
Mm. X. F Olin.
130 Kant Third Street.
She can supply you. We ship in
larce quantities to aircnts in the
West. Kememlicr, we guaran
tee every package satisfactory
or money back. Trusler'a Rheu
matic Tablet are purely vege
table, chocolate-coated, easy to
take. A triul will prove their
worth.
TRl'SLKK REMKDY CO.
Iluntinuton, Indiana
' Eastburn Bros.
THE GROCERS
;i:xuxk itiriERXir iiread fresh evkky hay
, A I'KW (;o()l) It Kill I. AU riJIC'ES, "XO HA IT'
Best Crude COLOEN ROD ROLLED OATS, 12 pounds ..
Ilest tiradi' ROLLED OATS, 111 pound sucks
New York Huckwheiit Flour. "LOKKOWE liRAXD" 8 lb.
Fancy DRIED WAXEN APPLES, home made. 9 pounds ..
While SOUP ItEAXS, 10c pound. 11 pounds
Fancy DRY ONIONS, Rood keepers, 3c pound. 35 lbs
Highest Market Price paid for E :k, CASH OR TRADE.
. $1.00
. . 80c
uk 1.15
. . $1.00
. $1.00
. . $1.00
EASTBURN BROS.
$18.00 now at.
Xlfi.25 now at $12.23
S15.00 now at Si 1 .25 Every, piece of fur in our
,orn ,nw' store :s reduced in price
.jio.uo now at io.uji fL- ti .
?10-o this is the time to buy a
S12.o0 now at $ 9A fur cheaply
$10.00 now at $ 7.30 c. eo ' . 1 A
! T. now at J $10 now S7J30: $20 now $15
9 6.-o now at $ o.00.$40 now $30; $60 now $45.
(Main Floor) (2nd Floor)
WHEN HAMILTON SAYS SALE HE MEANS SALE
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HXHZHZHZHZHZH HAM I LTO N 'SHIHSHZHZHZHZH
WATCH FLIGHT OF
DOVE AT EASTER
Florentines Have an Odd Custom
Which Is Said to Commemo
rate the Deeds of a Knight in
the Days of the Crusades.
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WHJi II UY POTATOES I PAY CASH
4 at loading point F. O. B. car. I lo handle Number On Hay
or Second Gradt Hay. '
M. 0. REED Both Phones
CUUIOCS custom prevails In
Florence ut Easter In the flight
of the Dove. Its origin Is ob
scure, but the ltev. S. Harlnfi-
Oould. who has well described It to
bis MIn Troubadour Land." says that
It Is alleged by some to commemorate
the deeds of a Florentine knight, who.
In the crusade led by Godfrey da
Bouillon, was the first to climb the
walls of Jerusalem and set upon them
the banner of the Cross. This knight
then sent back the news of the re
covery of the Holy Sepulcher to Flor
ence by a carrier pigeon, and so It was
the first city In Europe to hear the
good tidings.
The carro, a huge black structure
on wheels, Is garlanded with flowers,
nnd covered with fireworks. It Is
drawn into the Cathedral squnn by
white oxen, also decked out with flow
ers. Then the following ceremony
tnkes place. A rope la extended front
the carro to a pole which Is set up In
the choir of the Duomo, befor the
high altar, right up the whole lJngth
of the nave. Upon the rope, close to
the pole. Is perched a white plaster
dove. At the stroke of twelve, while
the Enster eve Mass Is In progress, Ma
match Is applied to a fusee, and In
stantly the white dove flies along the
rope, pouring forth a tall of fire, down
the nave, out at the west gnte. over
the heads of the crowd, reaches the
enrro. Ignites a fusee there, turns, and,
still propelled by Its fiery Mil. whines
nlong the cord again till It has reach
ed Its perch on the pole In the choir,
when the fire goes out aud It remalnr
stationary. But In the meantime the
mutch Ignited by the dove has com
municated with the squibs and crack
ers attached to the carro, and the
whole mass of painted wood nnd flow
ci Is enveloped In fire and smoke,
from which Issue sheets of flame nnd
loud detonntlons. Meanwhile Mnss la
being sung composedly within the
choir as though nothing were happen
ing without. The fireworks continue
to explode for about a quarter of an
hour, and then the great garlanded
oxen, white, with huge horns, are re
yoked to the carro, and It Is drawn
away."
The flight of the dove Is watched
with keen attention nnd Interest by
the peasants, for from tta style of
flight they augur a vnrlety of future
happenings. Thus, If the bird sails
along easily without Jerks they say
the snmmer will be fine: while If It
goes sluggishly, and makes frequent
halts, they presage storms, late frosts,
hntl, and, as a nnnsequenee, bad crops.
For
Milk and Cream
Phone 17
Two Daily Deliveries
Albany Pure Milk & Cheese
Co.
Corner Fifth and Jackson Sts.
a shim laneBaaaBu
Here From Pirtle Lewis to receive his discharge from
R. L. Daly and daughter of Pirtle the service. He has been stationed at
came in this morning and spent the Camp Eustis, Virginia, for the past
day on business. few months, and stopped in Albany to
Left for Camp Lewis attend the funeral of his father, who
Leo Eiran left last niirht for Camp was laid to rest yesterday afternoon.
You'll Want
Them
Some Day
HAIR BRUSHES
A complete line of the best that
money can buy. Prices are
Very Low.
II .VXD MADE RAZORS
Our hazors are all guaranteed
by us to give perfect satis
faction. Safety Razors, Razor Strops
The biggest line in Albany.
FOUNTAIN PENS
We believe Conklin's Fountain
Pen is the best pen on earth.
Every one guaranteed to write
and to please you.
LEATHER GOODS
Men's Purses of every descrip
tion. Coin Purses Bill Books Cur
rency Folders Card
Cases Etc
Burkhart & Lee
HEAD OUR WANT ADS.