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    AI.IIANY DAH.Y OKMOChAT, rUTiRPAY. JANUARY 14, IBID.
Pag I tasks
Public Sale
I Kill II ill I'uMir A hi I inn mi Ih. Old NMpton Farm. 7 1-2 miles
(rum Ml. mi, uinr (.ultra Station. the (iiMualnn drerild irrMinnl
pruprri), n
Tuesday, January 21, '19
commi-m in; at ti n r i.o k a. m.
1 hji1' (ruy Tenm, U mid ll yeart i.. mure and horse.
I liny Mine, 1 vitii old. I I Ma. I, Mail', 11 yinr nld.
1 (.Miy II'iin, 1J ycuis li. I Jlny Hume, y.-ars old
I tiny lln.NK Cult
I llnUliMit 4 '"'W rlvlnj milk, will come frnli in April.
I ('iw, li yearn nld, will route trvmh sunn. ,
I I'l.ihuiii Idill ( Hlf. '. ll' iul nf CntvfN
I inM' .Ifinvy Now, If I month old, will furrow In I'l'bruury.
1 I u i .lt-ix-v S'iw, lo itiimllii iil-l wiii fnrruw In rVhrunrv.
1 WtMnUnw with Miuiiliit and boniiij's
I 14 hoe I'lr-T I'ull 1 7 f
1 ,fi foot Mi-Ci.mtlrk Minting machine.
I Midlf uniilir with emery nthrH.
1 mI of rtrn heavy t nil it 4'om-orl Harness
t hi ml of I'ii's.
1 N f,mt hunhnm kullrr.
t M orinl. k Hinder.
m-t Mink I hit iii-iit.
1 l..ul.f Dim- I'lnw.
1 with tnicKs. 1 H ft. lira if.
1 M;ii' 1 I'fhl fiirin wiu'iui.
1 Stmri'lcn Cirnm Srprtrntor..
1 toi numrritui to ftuntlun.
I tit uncord Harness.
1 Iron rarin Ttui.
1 OlfMint'iftr. 1 l(i'ii"y i'nrni wagun
I ei , i V.tt l.i vritk.
1 Moline J'l'iw Curt, ami other rtlc
lltlK MM II SKItVKO AT NOON
Tf- UMS All uvn nf tli nml under rash In Land. Hums ovi r 910, V
rn nt1 tifim will he t'lvi-n on bankable notes M-nrf njf H per cm, .nlrr-
rt. Nn iii.iiurtv to U riMii'ivtd from (he nri-mUr until Htinrartnrilv
.1 for ( KTKCKI.K)', Owner.
MYKKS. Clerk.
K. M. MIORKS. Auctioneer.
OCIETY
HKATKICE SANDERS
Society Editor
Bell 481 -J.
MichelinTires
and Tubes
Aiu itMjrc hi tju:;lity and
hrnvirf compared with other
tires. Therefore lntter w.v
Ut. I'iirr rii'Jil. When you
thinV if rrtitintr, mil on us
nnl wr will nhuw you rral
Auto tire.
L. B. Hixon, Jr.
129 l.yon Strrrt
lb II I'honr IC.Mt Home 2117
Mm Kliilx-th lvy, who in violin' &limitt. I'lnrv wit umini't- tut
inntiiiiinr nt th Allmny Culli-pe- Con-'Hlwut ix younir irrntlrnwn frii-iiiln of
i-rvutory uf iriimlc, iir-mi-nti-il h tn-!'r' ViilUti'ilt ml this prettily npMiint-.-r
old violiulut In riK-itiil In Kuli-ni nffuir. i
ln.t moiilh. A ili lii'lilful unu-riini wn'
riTi.'un-.l by Winona f'lnira Kmith.whu Tl"; "lli'1lf H rtha Wur-'
ia nmaiilcrt'il tin- In-at viuliniat uf hrr n il ami B. W. Kinit m an vvitit of
ill A! . 1 1.: ruunty. . , Tu.-aili.y of thia werk, the .ervire tuk-
l.itlli' Winnna hiia rwiviol all hvr i . .u v. .u i ,
, , ., , ... , ., mtf ilai at the. home of the hmlo at
natru- ni fium Miaa Levy. Thr pro- , ,
rnim miriurril minimi twhnirat " "'"' I ' j
anil wa from memory with formnl the ceremony hii h waa wiU ,
eire.ion r,n,: aiiifinif lone. "The ni'l l, only a few Memla anrl
It .i.'.ry." ami "lii'i'thoven'a Minui t In . r,..,ii.. '
fi" v.-rio K'iMrateillv enroreil. All her .... ...
n.ii.11.. ia nr. ivH much pn.i.e ami ap.j hlD' " 0 ,"'! Kn,,w" sn" '
plnuae. y.i, Mii.lrnl Uronk waa pi j!ar yumr Uwl - f Allmny and the
aho ari-mnjinniat. riooin vua i.-.npii)'J for aome time at !
AmuMIi. on te proiTiim were the tl. H.-,atnn Klutnr fo. and ia now
junior i.ie.i,"... r nf the violin enn.-ml.le, m y,., n Marthfield, where the
eom aeil or or Miaa r.nrai-n .n;,!, will make Ineir home. i
l.ey'a rtu leiiia, who were a atierml' ai a,
f. ii'j le i..' the mu.iial proirram of the ,, n, y.. y .,r p.,rtmil,.r ,r.
()r.-Kon State Fair. l.iwd in Alhnny ( week from llrem-
i".l'n. Dr. Kortn.I.ier .received hia
Vra. Juntin I.. Ilrny entirtnimd a , .,.,,.,,,. frolll th. niivy where hr
nx,mUr of V-er frii nda at an old faah-rrn Kr,ing n the mr,i,.0 (it..
mm-d qinniir' Ihurmmv anernoon ai
her home on the Torvnllia Road. North
A!hanv. Aft"- a f.-w houra of nuiK
,f .- h"-.' aa in v!. l her I'ui i'l ti)
ditiH rooiM ere a daintilv up-
point"-'1 'nl'le v- apreax
TV - i.lr-ee ' vora
from lin"- "aine. " "er d '
wre eai'li"-a fe l -n
red tlr.yim f - a 'i
lunrhron the n n ai" 1 ' ' "
x i -1 wea arent 1 - nver- .
The favored i- oa'a v--e M'
.1. W. Itelll. V. K. 1"'' v. .' '
1 llna.lleV. J. 'I. Me 11 V.
Walker anil J. K. Uainwaler.
Mra. Ilray waa ait"d in aervin
t,y Viaa Kthel lloadley.
In honor of Mr. llenrv VolNte.lt
who left thia week for !.o Atr.'ele"
mi ! Southern California, ''"'e ,,'n
nrr waa preni.lid over at the Hotel Al.
! nv Wtiliiri lay eveliinu liy Mr
9. JS
f:::l
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U rn- Do
You Do"
And
'(.ood liye"
Yuii t'r Tvhic Suia!.
when frlrn.la come to
your ho n . Y.-u tv
tln.l to irr tl.vm. nt
orr that lhty mr
IT IS IHK WAY OK TIIK MULTNOMAH IIOJKI. t rrt1nd
f'.rinl i) uf t.t- 'tint, ni'i rl" nmin fur ymjr uiio if you
l-'vnifc- r i nr, f.d t ! proximuy to all pUrri of Intprt'sl, nrr m
m 1 U- .M ltt;i"-iM.
l'OKl..ANli I.KiOI.Nii UOTKL
-': I'M a a -iii"i JiT..l'i
You'll Want
Them
Some Day
II A I It 111(1 SHI'S
A romplete line of the lu-at th.lt
nintiey can luy. Trieea arc
Very Low.
HAM) M AI)K ItAZOItS
Our lvnr.ora are all Kuaninteril
ly ua to irivu prrfet-t antin
fnetion. Safely Kanra( Ituxor Slrnpa
Tim hii'Ki'M linn in Alhnny.
.KtH'NT.MN I'KNS
Wa l.elieve lonklin'a Fountain
Ten la the beat pen on earth.
Kvery one Koaranteed to write
anil to ploaao you.
IXATHKU (JOODS
Men'i Piiract of every ilearrip
lion. Coin I'uraea Hill Hook Cur
rency Folilera Card
Caaea Klc.
Burkhart & Lee
!
. I'rll.
Ch:'R.
A r.
i'.tmcnt,
Jr. nd Mm. Mrfjlnnhnn tv-
ur.t! to San VvtM iwo thin we!; on
' I'm'wIhv. aft.-r Mi.linir a wwk in
l .my. Mr. MrC.Iihnn xfctn to
tiT-i his HiKhmtr from the army
in tin- near futur He ha M-pn itn-i'ni-'l
nt the povernment printing of
fire at f'omp Knmotit for the p.iKt
year.
On Wrdnemlnv of this week m-venl
rirl hikeil to Corvalli and n-turne!
on the evening train. Thtwe who etv
joyed the walk were Miss Ni-U-r-(!!.
Mi Viola Kroiu-hell and Miss
Thelma Burnett.
Several parties of Alhany people
' went to Portland thin week to hear
Madame Schumann-Heinck.
BE PRETTY I TURN
Try Grandmother's Old Favorite
Recipe of Sage Tec and
Sulphur.
Almnat veryon knows that (tars
Ta and fTuIphur. properly compound
brinr back th natural color and
lustra to the- hair when faded, streaked
or .fray. Years ao the only way to
s:et this mlilurs waa to make It at
noma, which is mo any and trouble
ome. Nowadays, ty auk ins; at any
drus; stors for "Wyeth's Hako and Bul-
hur Compound, you will get a lara
ottls of this famous old recipe. Im
proved by the. addition of othar In
gredients, at a small cost.
Don t stay arityi Try ttl wo one
can possibly tell that you dnrksned
your hair, as It does It so naturally
and svsnly. You dampen a aponice or
soft brush with It and draw th!a
through youf hair, taking one smnll
strand at a time; by morning the gray
hair disappears, and after another ap
plication or two, your hnlr becomes
beautifully dark, glossy and attractive.
wyeth a Rage and FulphurCom-
pound Is a delightful toilet requisite
'or those who deal re dark hair and a
youthful appearance. It Is not In
tended for the curs, mitigation or pre
vention of disease.
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Our Big Sale of
SKIRTS
You can always use a New Skirt! It's al
most extravagance not to buy at least one,
with prices as low as they are here now.
These .Skirts are famous for their quality,
and they are marie in seasonable, serviceable
styles, 'at prices reduced so that the Skirts
will not stay with us long.
$.".fir Values sell at this Sale for $5.37
.?r,..7) Values sell at this Sale for $3.85
?8.00 Values sell at this Sale for $7.20
$10.00 Values sell at this Sale for $9X0
?12.00 Values' sell at this Sale for. . . .$10.80
$15.00 Values sell at this Sale for. . . .$13.50
Our Entire Stock of
Children's Coats
Offered at Decided Savings
You can't afford to let the little girl go cold,
when warm, beautiful Coats are so reduced in
price:
S-1.75 f'oats for . $3.55
?0.75 Coats for .$5.05
?7.50 Coats, for $5.55
?8.75 Coats for r Sfi.55
$9.75 Coats for $7.30
SI 0.75 Coats for $8.05
$12.50 Coats for $9.37
All Sweaters Reduced
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A Sweater is a Garment usable for every occasion, and
are never out of style, but as our invoice must be taken
the first of next month, we are selling all our sweaters
at these reduced prices: - - "
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$3.25 Values at S2.85
$4.75 Values at $4.15
S7.00 Values at $fi.V
$10.00" Values at $8.75
$.00 Values at,.... $3.50
Sfi.00 Values at. . . . .$5.23
$8.00 Values at $7.00
$12.00 Values at.... $10.50
Hot Water for
Sick Headaches
T.lla why everyone ahruld drink
hot water with phosphate
In It before breakfast.
Miaa Ruth Fiaher of Salem, former
ly of Alhany, paaaed the week in Al
hany viaitinir friends, and returned
home liiat niirht-
Another jolly eiou.p of (rirls took a
lonif hiV:e on Tuesday of thia wee'i,
eoinir to Jeffers-iri and spending the
afternoon at the home of Miss Eulah
Kotthoff. Mies Vietta Mannine, Miss
Dorothy Mirhelson nnd Miss Helen
Ncliernall enjoyed the walk.
Mias Pora Stewart entertained Fri
day eveninjr in honor of Wm. fjiuhner,
.lr.. who i. home on a furlough from
Kelly Field, Texaa. Gamas and danc
ine occupieil the evenine. Choice re
freshments were served. The puests
wc es follow: Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Poty. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Anderson,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jus. Caldwell. Mr. and - - i " '
Mrs. Ray Gourlev. Alfred. Charlie and Several pa'tiis of Albany people To AtU: d Sllrint'rli Convention evening to nttend the Schriners' con
Roliert Poik-e, Willie and Geo. Ijiub- have planned to drive to Corvallis to-. Pr. Wanei Dilyeu. .v. K. Mason, and vention A large attendance ia expect
ner Frnnklin Stcllmarher. Chester nipht and attend the Woman's Club John Fre'ih went to Portland last ed at the mcetinir.
Anderson, Curtis Poty. Miss Bertha dance.. j" ' : - -- rrrrrrr:
lU-ck, Miss Inei Peterson. Misses Flor- ,
ence nnd Olivene F.astmnn, Miss Pora Weather Report
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Stewart and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ste-j Yesterday's temperature ranped
wnrt.
ficm 51 to .18 decrees. The rainfall
... 'was inch and the river raised to
The Thursday club of Riverside was
entertained at the home of Mrs. nen-"-2 feet. The river at Eusene has
rv Stewart. Fancy work and conver- leached 9.6 feet and is still raisinir.
sation were the pastimes. A dainty Bn( the river at Albany is expected to
lunch was served.
Headache of any kind. Is caused by
autointoxication which means self.
potsontnK- Live and bowel polsona
railed toxins, aliened Into the blood.
throUKh the lymph ducts, exclto tho
heart which pumps the blood so fast
that It congests in the smaller arteries
and velna of the head producing; vio
lent. throlihlnK pain and distress, called
headache. You become norvoua, de
spondent, sick, feverish and miserable,
your meals sour and almoat nauseato
you. Then you resort to acetanlllde,
aspirin nr the bromide, which tempor
arily relieve but do not rid the blood of
these IrrltatlnR toxins.
A (class of hot water with a teaspoon
fill of llmestnno phosphato la It, drank
before, breakfast for awhile, will not
only wash theso poisons from your sys
tem and cure you of headacha but will
cleanse, purify and freshen the entire
alimentary canal.
Ask your pharmacist for a quarter
pound of ItmcBtono phosphato. It la In
ninenalvA. hnrmless as stiKiir. and al
most tasteless, except for a sourish
twIiiKO which la not unpleasant.
If you aren't feelinn your best. If
tonRiio la coated or you wako up with
bad taste, foul breath or have colds.
Indigestion, biliousness, constipation
or aour, acid alomach, bcKln tho phoa
phated hot water euro to rid your
system of toxins and polsona.
Result, are quirk and It la claimed
that those who continue to flush out
the stomach, liver and bowels every
morning nevor have any headacbo or
know a mlaanthlA mnmnnt
i;..e. uitn and Poris Powlin of
Mnrshfiold. formerly of this city, r.re
CI.....1. in AllmnV. .MnV in-
VISllllll.' Iiii-ii.." j
formnl little affairs have filled the , weal'ier man
week's hours with diversion in their j
honor.
Miss Corinthn Hnrt will spend the'
week-end in Corvnllis as the Ruest of
friends.
each the 15 foot mark by tomorrow.
This is 'he highest mark reached by
the river tins season, but a hich flood
is not prei'icled at this time by tile
GOAL
THAT ROCK SrRIXG LUMP
Give L'a Your Order
E. R. Cummings
n. : Til
If you have Rheumatism in any
form or staire, procure a Pack
are of TKl'SI.KR'S RHEU
MATIC T A HI.ETS of our
Atrent in Albany, Ore.,
Mrs. N. E. Olln,
1.10 East Third Street.
She can supply you. Wo ship in
lnrpe quantities to airents in the
West. Remember, we Runran
lee every pacUnex" satisfactory
or money back. Truslcr'n Rheu
matic Tablet nro purely vege
table, cliocolnte-conted, easy to
take. A trial will prove their
worth.
TRIS1.EK REMEDY CO.
Huntington. Indiana
Proven Tires
SAMSON TIRES
STRINGENT TESTS have proved the
superior character of Samson Tire
construction. We could save money
ty usint: inferior materials, but we
prefer to build Samson Tires on a
foundation of honor and integrity,
ttelter quality and greater quantity
of materials, and scientific, proven
structural advantages, (rive Samson
Tires their remarkable durability.
RiK institutions concerns that de
mand the utmost in tire service are
frankly indorsing Samson Tires. The
Snmsan is pninin an cver-widenipir
circle of friends because of its rued,
riant like strength and its seeming
ihiperviousness to terrific road punishment.
Samson mileage-cost has been brought
to an irreducible minimum ask any
Samson Tire user. The demand for
these tires is steadily exceeding our
utmost present ability to produce.
The constructors of Samson Tires are
master-specialists. Each workman
was chosen for his particular skill fn
some certain phase of tire construc
tion. These Ionic experienced men are
supplied with the purest and costliest
grades of materials that cash will
command.
Vhe cross section of a Samson Tire
reveals an unusually tough, thick
tread. This tread is made of specially
compounded rubber, designed to meet
Oregon road conditions.
Allison & Tway
40S Weal First Street
Opposite Holloway'a Farmers' Store