Albany daily democrat. (Albany, Or.) 1888-192?, February 18, 1919, Page 3, Image 3

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    ALBANY DAILY DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY li. ltlt
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IMh I'honra
Try Our
SUNDAY DINNER
Wo Hrrva a U Carta
Imperial Cafe
Take a Tumble ami litapvrt
our aUx-k of Auto, MoUircycIe
or Bicycle Tires for yuur boy.
The mull rompleU Una In lha
City ami prlrea aro Kiifht.
And ln't forget that NOW
la tho tlma to hava your bl
cycla overhauled and put In
shapa fur tha araaun.
W do It.
1.'. H. Tire Service Htatlon
L. B. HIXON Jr.
UV I.yon till-not, All. uny
CALAMETKCKANUK
INITIATES 3 j HOLDS
ROAD DISCUSSION
KIVKHSIliK, Kali. IH.-Mperiiil.
('allumetta Grange hld a liva meet
ing Katurday. Tha morning waa de
voted to routiria and initiatory work.
Three candidates werj lu:.tructd in
the tirat anil aecond dereea. Guesta
ware preaent from otiier panges. The
afit-inoon waa d-'voled lo pood roada
discussion. It. lrht.t and County
t uiiiinissioner If. I' -ico gave inter
est iig talks, also Ilr. rmack, Jua.
Hry.int and II. (!. I.ced,v of Corvallia.
There waa some good music, a cute
recitation by little llowurd Atkison,
a fine dinner and a good time gener
ully. Mr. and Mra. Curtia Miller made a
weekend visit In Eugene at the home
of Mra. Miller's grandfather, Mr.
Huff.
Mra. TrtntL-l goca to Eugene Mon
day to apend several weeks with her
father, Mr. Huff, who la in poor
health.
Frank Ilrown and little aon Albert
of rorvaltia were rallera at tha home
of Walter Witchey Tuesday.
Mr. and Mra. Guslav Hemken, Mr.
and Mra. Kred Arnold and Herman
j llemken went to Newport Tueaday for
a few day' outinr.
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Why Swift & Company Handle
Poultry, Eggs, Butter and Cheese
Swift A Company went into the produce business because
they snw a crying need for the kind of service they were equipped
to perform.
The produce business wns in chnos. Collcrtin;r, transporta
tion, preprtrntion and distribution was hit-or-miss, with delay,
deterioration and loss on every hand.
The farmer wns at the mercy of an uncertain, localized
market. He had no way of reaching through to the people who
needed what he was raising for them. There was no premium
upon improving his stocks, for grading was lax or luc!;irg.
The consumer had t. nccrpt produce that, ns a rule, had no
known reypon.;iile name behind it. He had r. v;;y of knowing
how long theegtrsor the butter he was buying hid b?en lying
around in miscellaneous lots in the back room of a country store.
Much of the poultry w-s not properly refrigerated before ship
ment or properly protected by refrigeration in tnmsit.
Swift & Company's initiative brought system to tl-.is chaos.
Their organization, equipment, and experience in bundling perish
able food products were already m'justcd to the task. Their
refrigerator cars, branch houses, central points, f.;r-reachir:g con
nections, trained sales force, supplied just what wtis demanded.
Now the farmer his a daily cash market in tovich with the
nation's needs with better prices. Standardization makes better
produce more profitable. More consumers are served with
better, fresher, finer foodstuffs.
Nothing suffers from this save inefficiency, which has no
claim upon public support
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
a 'eniawam
Mr. Clauaen and C. T. Rtarna went
to Portland to attend tha government
unto aula which took plure Kuturdny
morning.
Mr. and Mra. II. (i. U-i-4y of Corval
lia visited Katurduy night and Sunday
at tha home of Mr. and Mra. Archie
Miller.
Mr. and Mra. Alfred Freerksen, Mr.
i and Mra. II. II. Kaitman and daugh-!
I tern,. Mr. and Mra. Walter Witchey, i
Mra. llurl.ank and Mr. and Mra. Ar
, chie Miller attended grange ,t f jr.
, mont Katurday evening,
j M!aa Ilertha J. Heck went to Cor
I vatlia Sunday to visit relatlvea.
tknnf.sskk farms
touciikd by many
cream collectors
; LEBANON, Feb. I Special. -The
Scio C'ondcnsary haa establish a mil :
route through Tennessee, a large true':
Iteing uaed. Thia gives dnirymen the
ehoica of a number of ereameries or
the eondenaary fur shipping their milk
or ercam.
John I.ltler and family and Mra.
John Moist apent Saturday In Albany,
making the trip in Mr. I.itiler's car.
I.ynn Hartley I suffering from a
aecond attack of the 'flu.
Krienda of Alra. Oorge Ix-e are glad
to know that ahe la recovering iilowly
from a very aevere attack of the 'flu.'
The Mtpaea Gillinm, who are attend
ing high arhool in !.ehaniri. ipent the
weekend at the home of their uncle,
John Pnrton.
Mr. and Mra. Arthur Kelly are again
viniting at Mra. Kelly'i father, L. W.
le namore.
K. K. Munney and family upent Sun
day at the John Douglai home.
Mra. Bert Morrow and two aona of
Cloverlnnd, Washington, are visiting
at the home of her father, Chaa Tar
roll. Mm. Stella llory, who has been
viaiting her mother, Mra. Helma, haa
returned to her home in Fortland,
where ahe will make arrangementa to
care for her mother in the near fu
ture. Mra. Helm haa been an invalid
for a number yt yeara.
Charlea Carroll Jr. and family, also
CTyde Wilson find riece, all of Hum
boldt county. Tal have been visiting
the Carroll Brother. Both gentlemen
.- re nephews of the Carrolls. Mr. Wil
son waa formerly a barher at Lebanon.
Mr. and Mrs. John Parton returned
home Sunday after a few days visit
with relatives in the Waldo Hills.
Interesting Store News of
Tomorrows
Happenings
FAIRMOI'XT CHANGE
PASSES RESOLUTION'S
ON ROAD BOND BILL
Last Saturday evening Fairnio'nt
firange No. 252 held one of the most
interesting meetings of the year. The
J10.0O0.00O bond bill for roads now be
fore the legislature waa discussed and
the following resolution was passed
and ordered aent to representatives
and to the legislative committee of the
State Grange. '
"Whereas, a certain bill is now be
fore the state legislature proposing to
bond the state for ttO,000,000 for road
purposes, and,
"Whereas, it is the sentiment of this
grange that all road work should be
under the direct control of the county
court of each county under aupervis
ion of a competent road engineer with
county owned rock crusher and all oth
er machinery, tha necessary funds to
be raised in some manner other than
bonding; Now, therefore, be it
"Resolved that Fairmount Grange
No. 252 of Benton Co., Oregon, goes'
on record as opposed to the $10,000,000
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F
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Sat lea meat and take Salt for Back
tab or Bladder trouble
Heutraliios aeida,
Urta add in neat excites tha kldneya,
they become overworked get sluggiah,
aeha, and feel like lumps o( lead. Tha
urine becomes eloudy ; the bladder is irri
tated, and you may bo obliged to eeek re
lief two or three times during the niht.
When the kidneya clog you must help
them flush Ml the body's urinous waste
or you'll be real lick person shortly.
At first you feel a dull misery in the kid
ney region, you awTer from backache,
sick headache, dizziness, atomach gcta
aour, tongue ooated and you fool rheu
matie tvingea wben tha weather la bad.
Yat less meat, drink lota of water i
alao Ret from any pharmacist four ouneea
of Jad Saltai take a tabletpoonml
In a glaaa of water before breakfast
for a lew daya and your kidneya will
then act fine. Thia famous aaltaia made
from tha acid of grapes and lemon juica,
combined with llthia, and haa been used
for goneratlona to clean clogged kidneya
and atimulata them to normal activity,
alao to neutralize the adds in urine, ao
it no longer la a aourco of irritation,
thus ending bladder weakness.
7ad Salta la inexpensive, cannot In
tnrei makes a delightful eiTerveaccnfc
lithia-water drink which everyc-ie should
take now and than to keep tha kidneya
clean and active. Druggista here aay
they cell Iota of Jad Salts to folks who
belter in overcoming kidney, trouble
want it It only trouble, j
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Every man should cet into a NFW SHIRT
clays are britliten in. and tis but natural fhar vnn
should Spruce Up.
WHITNEY, GOLD TOP, WASHCO, RED TOP
are snirts ot Quality. Prices are:
$13, $1.50, $1.73, $2.00, $3.50
A real Cheney Cravat.
Broad end, soft silk.
$1.00
Reversible Tublars
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Phoenix Sox for
Men; Silk
They are DANDY, Fellows, because they are:
FIRST in QUALITY.
COLORS are GOOD.
They FEEL Good, too, and make a fellow
Fed TRIM around the Ankles.
They are SHAPED right.
Black in two weights
Dark Brown and Grey at
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bond bill and we hereby request our
representatives in the state legislature
and the legislative committee of the
state grange to do all in their power
o defeat any bonding bill that may
come before the legislature."
Four applicanta were initiated in
the first and second degrees and two
old members were reinstated.
Past Master B. G. Leedy and wife
of Corvnllis Grange and Mr. and Mrs.
Archie Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Witchey, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Freerk- '
sen, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Eastman and
laughters Olivene and Florence, and
Mrs. Burbank of Callamette Grange
were visitors. Several of the visitors
gave short talks and spoke of the
growth of the grange in the last year
it now has about twice as many
members as last year. A contest is
on at the present time for new mem
bers which is getting results.
WE CATER
TO THE PUBLIC TASTE with the Season's Best
Offerings FISH, OYSTERS, POULTRY and
INSPECTED MEATS
D. E. Nebeitall Meat Co.
Both Phones 47
Home From Navy j
Frnncis X. Beal returned to Albany
last night, having received his dis-,
charge from the naval reserve. He 1
enlisted two years ago this spring and
has been on several long trips, one
south to Chile and also crossing the
Atlantic to France. For the past few
months he has been stationed near
N'evfport News, Virginia. Mr. Beal
was a second class seaman on the U.
S. S. Western Spirit.
"DFAn r" want ana.
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THOSE who
seek our ser
vice discover that
we are compe
tent t o arrange
all of the details.
J W e discharge
the responsibility
in a highly satis
factory manner .
Hot Water Bottles
15c to $2.50 each
Fountain Syringes
$2.50 to $3.50 each
ALL GUARANTEED
Woodworth Drug Co.
JITNEY SERVICE BOTH PLONES 25
WILL BUY POTATOES I PAY CASH
4 at loading point F. O. B. car. I aUo handle Number On Bay
or S.cond Grads flay.
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Every successful institution bears the stamp of public approval. ' A
growth in our deposits of 103 percent In two years la a stamp of
approval of which we ore justly proud. s
Wo than'c you.
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