Albany daily democrat. (Albany, Or.) 1888-192?, February 14, 1919, Page 4, Image 4

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PACK FOUR
ALBANY DAILY DEMOCRAT. Kit I DAY. t'KIMtl'ARY 14.
SCHOOL HOSE
(or
BOYS AND GIRLS
Mill
W crry tewral pood males Bor Brand, Kiffol, Chrater IjuI,
Prummer Boy, etc. Heavy rihlwd or fin lisle to uit your loy or
(tirl'a requirement. Trioe are 25c, 30c, S5o. 40c and 4.V.
INFANTS' STOCKINGS. in complete rant;e of ir.ts, either black or
white. Good qualities at 20c and 25c a pair.
Flood's Store
334 West First St
Just in
A Big Stock of
ALABASTINE
FRED DAWSON'S DRUG STORE
CITY NEWS
villi
ill
MORE EGGS TONIC
We have taken the apency for E. J.
Reefer's celebrated "More Etrp Tor "
which we know by our own expr
ience is one of the finest thine ! o
ine both for epps and also for sic'-
ness among the chickens. It sells for
f 1 a package but for the balance f
February we will (rive you 20 perccr.
discount in order to (rive everybody a
chance to try this raluable remedy.
BALTIMORE GUN & BICYCLE
WORKS. 13fJ0
Would Return to Albany
F. J. Fletcher, former Albany mer
' rhant. was in the city today on his
. i.ci.i Silverton to Pallas. Mi
FlMrler is employed in the govern
r..v.'. sen-ice as a lumber inspector.
! ". T"!?L-her states that he would like
! o neve hack to Albany to make his
licr.'e. He owns property in this city.
' r-t T'We Man Here
! J. B. Montgomery, of the Oakville
! ,'isti i.-t, was shopping in Albany today.
Was in Jefferson
Judge I.. L. Swan transacted busi
ness in Jefferson yesterday.
Cauliflower, large, crisp heads. l.p,
20 and 2.V at East Allmny grocery.
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Stewart Kcnidenre Sold
William B. IHincan, proprietor of
the Alliany Floral Shop and the Elite
Confectionery, has pun-haseil the r
iilence property of Charles H. Stewart
or. Seventh street between Broadalbin
and Kerry streets. Mr. Stewart now
lives in Salt Lake City, where he is
connected with tlie Kederal Reserve
tank.
Weather Report
Yesterday's temperature rangetl
from 38 to 4S degrees. The rulnfall
for the past 24 hours was .45 inch and
the river gauge this morning register
ed 10.2 feet and is falling.
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The Sample Store's Tri
Weekly Reminder
BOYS CORIH'ROY KNEE
Pants, ages 8 to 16
$1.25 $1.50
BOYS' KNEE PANT SUITS,
Ages 16, 17, 18
$2.85. $3.95. $4.95
BOYS' BROWN LACE
Munson last
$3.75
BOYS' BLACK BLITHER
Cap Toe, nailed and sewed soles
$2.85
BOYS' BUTTON DRESS
Shoes
$2.45 to $3.50
10c
SHINOLA
MEN'S COTTON UNIONS
Grey er ecru, closed crotch
$1.45. $1.75
WRIGHTS BRISTOL MILLS
Woolen, natural, good weight
$4.50
ARMY REJECT SHIRTS
and Drawers, each
$1.85
MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS
$1.98. $2J0. $3.50
MEN'S CHIPPEWA HIGH Tops
$4.95 $5.15
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C. J. BREIER CO.
YOU DO BETTER HERE FOR LESS
BOTH MEN and WOMEN
and Children, too, for that
matter should support the
'buy home products' move
ment for selfUh as well aa
unselfish reasons, for we all
benefit by it.
Local p; p?rity ;8 th; pfciin
and certain result of loyal
patrons ire of our local Indus
tries USK HOME PRODUCTS
Home Industry League of
Oregon
...GLOBE THEATRE...
"LOVE ME"
with
Dorothy Dalton
also
"In and Out" with Bobby Vernon
LAST TIME TODAY
SATURDAY
Monroe Salisbury
The Millionaire Pirate5'
in
66
also
Sid Chaplin in "His Winning Way"
"A Pair
with
Constance
Talmaitee
SUNDAY
of Silk Stocking"
Every lady purchasing admission to this showing will be given a cou
pon ticket, the lucky number of which will entitle the holder thereof
to a beautiful pair of Silk Stockings . The lucky numbers will
le announced on the screen both matinee and evening during the en
suing week, and those holding the corresponding numbers may upon
presenting same at the Box Office, Saturday evening Feb. 22nd., re
ceive a pair of Silk Stockings.
Wat worth Here
K. Walsworth, who has bwn in the
I' K Muvv airw.t ttt.t INlil4hl JstMtt.
entered the war, is in the city visiting
, friends.
: Former Albany Man Here
tltiiT King of Portland is here trans
lating burliness. Mr. King is a form
er Albany man.
Went to Portland-
H. S. loran wont to Portland this
morning. He is traveling freight und
passenger agent for the Oregon Klee
trio. Phtinview People Here-
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morgan of
Plainview transacted business hero
yesterday.
(oing to California
Miss Harriett Hamilton will leave
this evening for San Francisco and
Ia3 Angeles to buy the latest styles
in millinery, and she will also buy for
other departments of the store.
To Visit in San Kranriaeo
Mis Linnie Conner has gono to
San Francisco to visit friends.
Sweet Home Man Here
M. J. Nye, salesmanager for the
Oregon and Western Colonization
company, was in Albany on business
The company i putting 2f,00 acres
of unimproved land near Sweet Home
on the market for settlers. The Und
sells from $8 to $'J0 an acre. Mr.
Xve makes his headquarters at Sweet
Horn. -1 i '
Returned to Portland
Dell Smith returned to Portland this
morning after a visit with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Smith.
Went to Portland
Mrs, (i. H. Young went to Portlnnd
this morning to be with her daughter,
Miss Genevieve, who was Operated on
Monday in a Pprtland hospital. Miss
Young is getting along nicely but will
remain in the hospital for some time.
On HusinertM
W. E. Fisher and son went to Port
land this morning on a business trip.
fKing to Seattle '
B. J. Hecker left this morning for
Seattle on a business trip. He will
stop on the war at Vancouver to at-
t :"r.d a public sale of government auto
"i.rm nnu Ti:y Jia nr one.
Went to I'.MMtd
Miss Alfa Smith went to Portlnnd
this morning where she experts to
tnke up millinery work.
To Visit Orer Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Barrett went to
Portlnnd this morning to visit friends
over Sunday.
Here From Scio
E. C. Peery, local manager of the
Scio Condensed Milk factory, is in
town today in the interest of his com
pany; and also to make a short visit
with his mother, Mrs. M. J. Peery of
West Sixth street.
Returned from San Francisco
Mrs. Lillian Rcdeker arrived home
last night from San Francisco, where
she has been the past two weeks buy
ing the latest creations in millinery
for the Ladies' Shop of M. Sternberg
& Co. Mis Carrie Wolff, who ac
companied her to San Francisco, re
mained for - longer visit at the home
of her aunt.
Former Albany Man Here
tioorKe Price of Portlnnd is here
visiting old friends. Mr. Price is a
former Albany man, but left here ten
years ago.
Killed a Bobcat
T. A. Qiilhot, of Uedno, near Gates,
was yesterday paid bounty on a
hottcat.
A nt umed Name Filed
K.W.Tripp, of ltrownvtltu has filed
with the county clerk the assumed bus
in'sa name of 'The OUUmohile cwm
pany. Mr. Tripp has taken the agvn
cy for this car at Brownsville.
Hotline Is Improving
I-ate reports from Portlnnd indi
cate that ex Sheriff i. H. Hodine is
rapidly recovering from the effects of
his serious operation and that the or
deal was in every way a success. Mr.
Bodine'a friends will be pleased to
learn of his encouraging report.
Keports Sale of Cars
J. R. Wall is, of the Murphy Motor
Co.. yesterday sold Chevrolet cam to
Alfred Punheck, of Route 4 in Benton
NEW ARRIVALS TODAY
I.wk tli lint out cnivfiilty bii.I nolle
whore U ! I tni.li'. HuyiiiK tr
I.OWKU ritll KS to you.
P. ('. Turkish Tow.-U 2 lor S!
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lliiuno l.liiihic lOr
Outinir Klniitu'U IHc
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t 4 lilin. hod Priiuot lifctiliK KtH
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Whita Outinir I'k. 2
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riuMivti', hliifk hone 2.V
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Towi'Iiiik, linrn I.V, lilr, 2i' ,c
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Mimi'h Work .SltlrU WHc
o llio priori-You'll ioon f
our l!'7 lluny Hloro, iiii-iiih
Moii'i Klutkl I'mili $1 KH. $2 21
Mvii'i rnvi I'lon'i 2 for 2.
M.'ii'i Ji-rupy jtlovi'i 2V
Mi-n'i Irnthi-r tncnl k ltiva .l'Jr
Mi'ii'i cli. mo. Iilm k mill Inn 19
Mru'i iiupiii'iHlcri 4!lr
llo.ton (iiirteni 2.V
Slinvinir Soap
Mvn'i Union All. H
Hoy.' I'nlon All, $2 4!l. 2.r.!. 2M
Hoy.' Ovrrnlli Hc. I.4'J
Hoy,' Shlrti Vt
lloyi' Jorwyi 12. W
lloy." ,S..i.l'r ... HXr, l
' IneorDcnitcd
ctmnty, and J. W. Wirt, of tarnmh.
Big Ttme at K. P.
The Knlgbta of Pythias of Corval
lis and Albuny bnlva v. ill have a w.
time tonight ill the temple of tjiurel
I.otlge No. 7. Corallis Ioge is rul
ing over with a lar'e drltgntion anl
will have charge of the initiatory
work, giving the rank of KnighthooJ
to three local candidates. A large at
tendance from lM nl nu tnluT is n
pee ted. Following the meeting a so
I rial not Ion will held and a lit-' lit
lunch served.
l-il.d at .rvlluture
j Mrv I.. II Fish and Mr-. Farl
! Briinlcbrry wrre lntfrt'd visitors
I nt the state li-k'ilature Wedm-add
Tbry were shown the It'i-islatW ma
chmery by Mrs A N. Miut'in, who 1
' secretary to Senator John B. Bell,
Senator from Linn and .ant counties.
Some imm! Colfiw bft at -V n-r lb.
i'lin you Uat It T F.at Albany Gro
'eery fU
Shoe Prices
And Leather
Why with some commodities
falling in price we cannot
escape the conclusion that
Shoe Prices will remain at
least on tho present basis
throughout the year.
The supply of cattle in the
world, in ratio to population,
has greatly decreased during
the war. There is no surplus
of hides, skins, leather or shoes,
and in fact a shortage exists
In a majority of European
countries.
Tacker Hides, from which Good
Shoes are made, are extremely
scarce. Other countries are
willing to pay a higher price for
South American hides than
the U. S. Government fixed.
There is no inflow of Good
Sole leather or Good Upper
Leather. Kidnkins are short
and will advance In price. t
The labor In shoes costs more
than ever before.
No nation on earth gives Its
people for the equivalent of a
day's wage the value In foot
wear you can get in tho U. S.
Think this over and get
Shoe Service from
McDowell
Shoe Co.
If Von Jonrneverl (
To New York
In avlrrt )iwr
N KW SPUING SI IT
rUht on Fifth Arnue
the Fashion Center of Atm-tiYn, ten
chances to one it would Ik a -
7 ( are the accept rd fjinhnns of
Fifth Avenue, dormnntrd by the spirit
of ultra vouthftil New York, rhuRi-n
by 'Mis Manhattan' as the smartest
and mt diwtini uidtrd by her own
bilnd. But why Journey to New York?
Mm Manhattan comes to you direct,
by special arrangement, and brines
wih her the Accepted Kathlons for
this spring.
Miss Manhattan Makes
Her Debut
In Albany l'.h New Sprint: Mode.
Individual Stytm, embodying the true Mrtropol
itin Snap and Danh so much dfdrrd by Young
Women
WOMEN'S SHOP.
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AUCTION SALE
Of Government Horses & Mules
From Camp Lewis
AT WIGWAM FEED STABLES
Saturday February 15
75 HORSES and MULES, 50 SETS of NEW HARNESS. All horses and mules rowI, ck-an slock pur
chased from the United Stales Army at Camp Lewis and recently sold there at I'uMic Sale.
Allen & Rosengrave, Owners
of Seattle, OWNERS. WALTER KANE, Auctioneer.