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linrre in a IW l.ij. Mr. Alh
will inovi- to 1.1'l.i.non t.j ri- j. -. '
Mr. IdiviilRon, r.i.ntly f,,n
Irani-ii, i (i h tjiki-n li !. y, ;in' J.
'II the furni of 1'nrUir lir.jt lii'l of
Albany. The farm r-rri j.4 f H ,,f j:,.-, j
"' " n ml ill nittiati'l lhn. um ni. I
italf itiih-M ,uth of l l.unon; un-l in i
! ri'.vvn im the John Cnrti-r farm. Mr. i
!'u.''.ii ii much ,.iim.I with Or..;',n '
rliiiiiiti nni thiril h !, will M.,. ,(u. '
n.rn'ry. He will foon m-n.l f.,i hin
f in ily who lire litil in .l.r:iii:a. j
Arthur Ilurkluirt, who ha l,.-en 1
"or,, im on Ji ruhl.ini' rontrait for
'ii-n Hi i-l.-r, was n'.tn.-U-'! wiii m ijti-
ro.-iiral-'lii Fri'lay unil two iiyui iann
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iibout smokes, Prince Albert
is to li ioyhiinclout standard
that just lavishes smokehappiness on
every man game enough to make a bcc line for a
tidy red tin und a jimmy pipe old or new!
Get it straight that what you've hankered for in
pipe or cigarette makin's smokes you'll find aplenty
in P. A. That's because P. A. has the quality!
You can't uny more muke Prince Albert bite your
tongue or parch your throat than you can make a horse
drink when he's off the water! Bite und parch are cut
out by our exclusive patented process !
You just lay back like a regular fellow and puff to beat
the cards and wonder why in samhill you didn't nail a
section in the P. A. smokepasture longer thun you care
r remember back I
iluy Print Atheri everywhere tobacco It eotd. Tappy red boett
tidy red fif, handromi pound and half pound tin humidort and
that clever, practical pound cryttal gtatt humidor with tnonge
moittener lop thai keep the tobacco in tut h perfect condition.
R. J. Reynold Tobacco Co., Wintton-Salem, N. C
w ri. fiillul to
ri'.rt,.. lii ttcr. I
I.iiMiti'iiiiiit Fr inV f . Hart (,f t'.o '
ci'-'lii'iil fiirpi from ovi rn a. i :tv. a- I !
wifi-, Iir. Ktli-I N. Hart .,f I'ortl.in I; !
I o l!nhih Wattrm from I'oithn.l i
I'll'llf Iiitc to iitti'ml tho fiwriil- of '
1 f'!i ar Wntt-r( who panm-il away lavt
V.'i-i!rii. tv. Thr foruTal wa lari'i ly
a'ti'iiilnl hy many frii-niln an'l rr-la-
I ;vi s.
l:l i llutlcr. wife of f'hrl Rut
! r, ilii il of influenza in l-i-har.on
; "umIi.v niifht. Fhe was a ila :;l:ter of
; I.. A TnrVicr.
I Mr Pri ,r anl Mm. Myrtle Own,
ri-turneil Punilay from a viit with
ri I tivi-s n' iir Tl h
j Mri. (,1'urye I-e, who went to !.
' am-n to rare for the Creetiv. .ol fani-
ty. wan taken Very ill w.'.h infljeri.?
;ii'l hai not heen ahle to In ri'nioi-i
o h r home at t' ii writing.
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PACiriG FMFI CVJ.iEMT CO.
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Help of all kiiitlt Furnijlicd Free
to Fjiiploycr
tivnavMf. mui i nuM. :u ot tnia
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CJJ-CU iu,.w..U Imwl. I'-i'mI. Iir.tf.n
niunity liuymt' of toek fee.l iI-h- i."t
n.elin lh.il the onli-ri gu to ileal. r in
!he hi fitiea. I..k'i1 ilea. r are in
;,jit to j-et in on the orit. r a ilitant
w Mi'l. Killers
I.im iI l.rle
siwial ami en-
Pi.rt In r:-1 lilltin." unl liforee W. ha
I I , neent f..r Itrnl.'n cnunly. who ha"
or.er.-. ilivern hiiiiient of farm mi.
j.Uis for tiie eonnty farm burtau.
In t.ne Kntertiiinmenl .
The "illu-"Te"ile of the t:i)tit
1 ..i.ue..h nre nlannini1
i. rliiimiient for Kn.'.ay eM-nin - at the
ii hiireh. Viicn,' pe...h- in t'.e city not
, uttenilin.- rhurrh el ew;. re are in-, it
I... I to attend, and n!v frier'. N. All
Id..... eniriLf are mmi ste.l to hr"v.' a
irillr.in are undi-r ; .. .Mnt ine a a valentine hox will he
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Friday nnd Saturday
SPECIALS
Now is the time to prepare for your Spring
sewing. For two days we offer the fol
lowing items at a big saving.
Serpintinc Crepe.
wanted
In ail th:;
terns and colors,
iiijlc l'.r Kimonos.
pat-
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WOKEN ASKED 13
SHARE EURiJEnS
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Percales.
A U'autiful assortment
(, lii;ht colors to choose
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2Hc values, vd. .
Faiuy Iiil)!)on.
Many desirable patterns
to select from in 4 and
;-inch widths.
3oc. values, yd..
25c
Shoe Specials
Just "1 ju-.irs included in this lot of Women's and Grow-
Hoots form( r grades to 58.9o.
82.95
ing Girls' Drc
A snap at . . .
WIN. HUY I'OTA'IOKS I PAY CASH
at loadinu holnl I". O. II. car. I aUo handle Number One Hay
4 or Second firad" 'ay.
l'.oth rhones
,M. C. UV.VA)
helps
TIME IS MONEY
And one should he saved as well as the other.
A cl'.echiin:. or saviui-s account with this hank
vou accomplish hoth. A Horn. Hank for Home
People.
ALBANY STATK BANK
4 per ren. an Savings
i feitnre irf the rwiunir.
Went to Salem
Mrs. II. .. fim-letwi of Portland,
who hnn Uen vi.itiiK' in Alhany at the
i home of Mm W. K. Jone., went to
. Salem We.Uien.lay to visit frien.ln
h fore n turnine; home.
To Attend Meeting
A.W. Ilov im.h went to Salem W,mI
nr.. lav to ittend li mretini; ot all
I Willamette Valley millers.
! I corts for lloori.
An entire earh ad of !i.Uor paed
'throui-h Alhany early Tuesday morn
inr en re-.ite from Montana with Ash.
I:.!:.l a its destination, ncoorilinir to
lht nifht poiu-e. Two povernment
ai ents were with the ear to see that
it was n. it turne. I over to parties in
OreK.-n. Since Montana went dry
I mui'h li uior has hern shipped out to
i wet stales.
Mr. Baldwin, Liberty Loan
Cha'rr.ian, Says Closer Co
operation With Men
MANY GASES OF
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Try Our
SUNDAY DINNER
Srrvf la Curio
Imperial Cafe
says
We Mu Keep Feet Dry,
Avoid hxposure ana
Eat Less Meat
New Record
Today
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LIST Of ItliST-
No. L'.'iJH Coo.lhye Ihirnev liny; Three Wonderful I.i-lli-i, onr .".
No. I sr.:)- Keep I he II. 'lee r iren II iruin; On tho Uoad to
llappinesa -M;n.r R-e
No. : All the W..i!d Will lie Jealoua of Me; Mother,
llikie and Vo l
No. irr.f.i; Take Me Uaeh to that Rose Covered Shark; Pun':
Vou Ilenien.her til - Hay
No. 'Ji'.l'.l- llinilustan; In tin Shadow of the Desert l'lilm- sotm .. i.V
No. Will-The Messenfi-l.oy -Xylophone; Oivliids-lull solo .. 8.1c
No. One for All and All for One; Victory- mini; 8.1c
No. l!fil:i - Melody In r', I ilee of Hoffman - violin 8."ic
Woodworth DrusJ Co.
riiON'KS 25
JITNKY SMKVH'K .
itoru
Slav off the damn crouml. avoid ex
rKurc, keep fect dry, cat less meat,
lnnk 1ts of water ami above all take
a spoonful of salts occasionally to keep
down uric at: id.
Khevim ititu Js c.iineil by poisonous
xm. calicil uric acid, wnicn is Rcne
ntnl iti the KiweU and aluorbetl into
the blood. It is the function of the
ktdnevs to filter this acid from the
Mood and cast it out in the urine. The
twirr nf thr skin are also a means of
freeing the Mtiod of this impurity. In
damp and chilly, cold weather the skin
iKrcs arc closed. I mis toreutic tnc Kid
I ncys to do duMe work, they become
weak ami shimm. ant tan 10 eitminaic
this uric acid whuh keeps aecumulatinK
knd circuutimr throuun the system,
rvrutnallv scttluiir iit the ioints and
muscles causing stirtness soreness and
rain called rheumatism.
At the first wine of rheumatism
get from anv pharmacy a Knit four
ounces of Jad Salts; put a tahlespoonful
in a alass of water and drink before
breakfast each ttiorninR for a week. This
is said to eliminate uric acid by stimu-
latimr the kidnevs to normal action.
thus ridding the blood of these impur-
! ittes.
! Jad Salts is inexpensive, harmless and
! is made from the acid of Rranca and
! lemon juice, combined with lithia and
is used with excellent results oy tnou-
' sanils of folks who are subject to rheu-
' matisui. Here vou have a pleasant,
1 effervescent lithia-watcr drink which
i overcomes uric acid and is beneficial
to your kidneys as well.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
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lr4k-l. Akl.l III. in .TFit-a
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SOLD BY WdlSlSniKMLRE
Mns. A. S. Itnlilwlu, chairman of the
Woinun'H r. hcrty Loan CotiimlttiK1 ot
the Twelfth I-Vd.-ral KiMrvv PUtrivt
iu.ndM tin1 lollowlim up)4ul to Wi'tfnt
women to tan 1 f;it hy the Kowrn
nnn; Iti the Victory Li!T!y I nn:
ItitC ns;HMidi-J uiiKrU'lr-'lmily to
tho (toi iniiunt' tails In the ia-t. and
victory laving coin to um !. aiiM? of
this, iitialt ft h -tiitate for a moment
to ri'.iid to the lat call the Vic
lory UN' ty Ian. wh n e ran do t-o
by pli-rt "ii o ir . ! It jierl:ai s uith
Bonn' lilt ; rs r;.il fncduxi c.i- nte.
iacr:Ur- or mi.:!! tiiscomfurt
Th i:i-d t an.l o:d faith of o ir
cinmtry : - tcv r.t Ma!-. V." "lavp
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black v, iih gi'ey cloth lops '- sizes, 11 1-2 to 1 1-2.
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ROCERY SPECIALS I
SNOW DRIFT.
A pure vegetable shortening, white as
snow, the best and cheapest shorten
ing at this price of 30e p'.T pound.
2-lb. C;Hi, GOc.
BrCKWIIEAT.
Larrowe's kiln dried New York
Iiuckwheat makes buckwheat cakes
just right.
5-lb. Sack. 60c.
8-lb. Sack, 93c.
None Such Mince Meat makes pie "just like mother used to make. 9-oz.
packages, 3 for 3.1c.
Seeded Raisins Muscatels, 11-oz. package 9c pck.
I( b White Laundry Soap per bar, 5c
, l.uMcr Itr jtt n
Shi.'Mi
Black Cat
Hiiairry
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1U N.VWAY C VT KOIM)
HY SI NKISE KKSIDENT
MKS. A, S. CM.DWIN
s.r'.l to ll'.oso at (lie lu'lm: "do a'icatl.
1.1 ll.o war at any cost." We h.'.ve
won tho war. mil tho rost s small
ctni.::roil with what lian hoon won.
This la.-t rail la truly a Victory Loan.
WTal fcroaior prlilo ran mon and
woin.-n oxi.rionoo than In coinriluit.
Inc to II? A Victory llond will b
worih rnoro than Its prloo rxtiro.so.l I
in ill llari. Kvory one w ill he a lia.lcf j
tostirylni; that tho holilor has holprd
Last Friday rrvnins a valuable ;
rat escaped from itM case at the '
Ameriran liailroad Kxprrss .
; buildins at the S. V. depot. Lo- !
I eal Acent E. E. Lins advertised '
1 for the kitten, a hlark anirora '
. vl.'H hy the owner in California !
I at $100. Saturday evenine Mr. '
I I.inir was notifitl by a resident '
I of Sunrise that he knew where !
' the rat wan to he found and the
J Riley Montgomery and Jim Craft
; were IooUiik after the crippled tele
phone line? Sunday. They said they
coul.ln't talk you oue;ht to have heard
them.
Miss Gk'dy? Hc-buruh, who wrs r.l
most a victim of the 'flu is visiting
; now at her prandmother's, Mrs. Elir.a
! CraMree. in Scio.
express company was saved a
claim for $100.
FRANKLIN IUJTTF.
RKPORTER WRITFS
OF LOCAL EVENTS
SCIO. Fon. IX Sppc'al. John I.o
anl Rot Rny nrt homo from Camp
T owis. Kach vr- honornMy disohnru
C. P. and Tsn Ilrisslcr rrr s'liilin1
hl country to fulfill Its .iUmIko to j ,V(M.
those who havo lien srart'tl as uoll
ns tlsoio who havojn.ule tho huptctno
Facrif'ro.
At tho joint conforvmv of tho Mrn's
find Wotnon'n Coinuilttoon ca'lo.l hy
Mr. .ln:ucs K. Uynch of the Fedival
Itrsorvo Hunk of tho TwoUth IM tilit.
It n;i iIim-1 NmI th:it In tho campaign
for tho Vli!o:y I.ihorty 1Min. tho tiumi
ami wntron shmil.1 coonllnato U rir
work. With tlil1 in vlow I niMivil to
all ftonitn mnihor nnd worlu who
hiivo n, oanuwtly nml Ptoadf i-t 1 y
lah.uril In tho nt. to rIvo tholr un
.livhlnl tiino und rffort when called
ni oii, s t oy will In shortly, to join
nlth tlo nrn In imiMnit thin la t I Ah
orty Loan nn ovorwholmlnR miroos.
I hnvu ovory ronfidonco In tho out
cptno of tho Victory I onn, o-.pcrta'ly
with tho holp which will come from
ho niiit'-il offortd of tho iiion and
wiiim-n wo kors of tho Twelfth Fodoral
'toforvo Ohurtct.
hv'vs Crar,.!rn nml Crarnlnia
T'O'f ila'.irhtor, Mrs. Tlowninv, is thr
mntor of n li'tlo jriri haiy.
Miss CoKln Starr of Put'iorlin. Oro
ix toarhintr n vory roiooosfu! tomi o"
prhol in Pistrii't 77.
Flmer Griffin, who has boon homr
tinoo e-ily f:ill -topp'rt"- with his mo
tlvr, Mrs. C. W. Cainos. n'turrto
MorJay rinmin' to t'io John Pa
rontnry wioro he has a rooj posit io-h-in.llinr;
shoon.
FfTlo Rhotla, who ha" hton nt
PonyMe, Hammor l nr 1 o!'vhoro. i1
stnTminf nt Mrs. H. Ray's.
Mrs. France Rmk. Mrs. J. T. ProcV
and Mrs. fl. T. Sutherland, who wore
ohums tor-other In their pirlhood davs
In Canada, are planning n trip to Sa
l"m to viit tho homo of the feAhte
mindod. It is hoped they won't have
to atny.
Everyone Should :
Drink Hot Water
in the Morning
Wash away all the stomach, liver,
and bowel poiiona be for
breakfast.
To fool your best day in and day out,
to fool clean Inside; no sour bile to
coat your tongue and sicken your
breath or aull your head, no constipa
tion, bilious attacks, sick headache,
colds, rheumatism or gassy. acM atom,
ach. you must bathe on tho In si do like
you bathe outside. This Is vastly more
Important, because the skin pores do
not absorb Impurities Into the blood,
while the bowol pores do. says a well
known physician
To keep those poisons and toxins
well Unshod from tho stonmch, liver,
kidneys and bowels, drluk before break
fast each day, a ulaso of hot water
with a teaspoonful of limestone phos
phate in It. This will cleanse, purify
and freshen tho entire alimentary tract,
before putting aioro food into the
stomach.
Cot a quarter pound of limestone
phosphate from your pharmacist. It
Is inexpensive and almost tasteless,
except a sourlsl. twtneo which Is not
unpleosunt. Drink phosphated hot
water every momlnK to rid your sys
tem of these vile poisons and toxins;
also to prevent their formation.
To feel l!ko youni; folks feel; like
you felt before your blood, nerves and
muscles became saturated with an no
cumulation of body poisons, bectn this
treatment and above all, Veep It np!
As soap and hot water not on the skin,
rloanslnff, sweetening and purifying, so
limestone phosphato and hot water ho
fore breakfast, act on the stomach,
liver, kidneys and bowels,
G. A. and Clifford Griffin have been
clearing land between showers.
Miss Aenene Seward is attending
hirh school in Scio this winter.
Thos. Smail is down with an attack
of lumbago.
The flu has about disappeared from
these parts.
OPEN NOSTRILS! END
A COLD OR CATARRH
How To Get Relief When Ilead
and Nose are Stuffed Up
Count fifty! Tour cold In head or
catarrh disappears. Tour elopRed nos
trils will open, the air passa of your
head "ill clear and you can bwalhe
freely. Vo more snuffling, hawking,
mucous discharge, dryness or headache;
no strupylim? lor breath at night.
Get a small bottle of Ely'f Cream
Palm from your druegist and apply a
littlo of this fragrant antiseptic cream
iu your nostrils. It penetrates through
every air passage of the head, soothing
and healing the swollen or inflamed
mucous membrane, giving you instant
relief. Head colds and catarrh yield
like magic. Don't stay stuiled-up and
miserable. Relief is sure.
Save your car, time and money
by using
a Fuel Intenaifier and De
carbonizer for nil types of gas
aline motors.
Satisfaction guaranteed or your
money back.
for sale by
EARL. B. DAY MOTOR CO.