Albany daily democrat. (Albany, Or.) 1888-192?, February 19, 1919, Page 3, Image 3

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    AI.IIANT DAILY DKMWTRAT. WEDNESDAY, FKIIUl'AHY 1, 19ltt
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Try Our
SUNDAY DINNER
We Serve a ' U Cerle
Imperial Cafe
WE CATER
TO Till-! PUBLIC TASri: with trie Season's Best
Offirinns FISH, OYSTERS, POULTRY and
INSPECTED MEATS
I). E. Ncbcrgall Meat Co.
Both Phones 17
Hot Water Bottles
15c to JI.IO each
Fountain Syringes
I2.30 l $n..'.0 rarh
ALL UirAUANTEKI)
Woodworth Drug Co.
JITNKY SF.KV1CK HOTII 1'IiONES 25
Tnko a Tumble and Inspect
our atork of Auto, Motorcycle
or Bicyclo Tires for your boy.
Tho most completo lino in the
City and prices are Right.
Anl don't forgot that NOW
la tho time to hnve your bi
cycle overhauled and put in
shape for the season.
Wo do it.
IT. 8. Tire Service Station
L. B. HIXON Jr.
Both Phones
129 Lyon Street, Albany
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Every successful institution ben; the stamp of public npproval. A
growth in our deposits of 103 percent in two years is a stamp of
approval- of which wo are justly proud.
Wo th n nil you.
ALBANY STATE BANK
I JNNI1AVKN LAND
NIC A K LACOMIi IS
Fl.ACKDONMAKKKT
LACOMIi, Feb. l'J. - .MiktIhI. Thr
tryo truct of land orur ownrd ly the
tuvv nfumt I.iniihttvcn On-hard o.
linn n-vn otd ly the KhrHfT mid bid in
vurioim inorU'iiiir" an ) m inictlnlly
all on th murkt't. Thin lurid, ul
'houivh not In tho bent of condition,
will eventuiilly provtdi honui for a
Ifiri'o number of fHrniliea,
A hire lcl. nation of lurmen from
l-itcomb attended the kniiu.'tl meetinjr
f th I, inn County Kurrn Hureau in
Alhttny luiit week. Thorn irointr from
'er were lr f.ninei, Hen Schmidt,
Kdw. t'tT.ird, J. T. Nnve, I.. S. Clark.
II. H. NUn. E. W. KartrufT. J. W.
Wtrt find II. I. Smilh. .
Alb'.ny it! no drew a Urirv number
of our ritiwnn Ijint Saturday on ac
count of th Bale of government hora
- and niulea None of our neirhltora
wre niirh trnpreMMed with the Mile.
Mn, Wells and dnuhter returnifl
o their homo in Portland after a
week'a vinit with Miaa U-orm Wi-IU,
ho In tenrhintr the Green Mountain
nrhn!.
IHck Craft has if one to Eaitern
Oregon, whero he had an attractive
tfvr to work on a utot'k ranrh.
Mim Mnrhn Hyder refontly pur
'haiied a fie pin no of the Woodworth
!ruif Co. In Alltany.
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I We desire to meet eery one
who will help u in the drive
j for the starving Armenian
V and Syrian, which hex ins next
f Monday at the Commercial
club rooms on Wednesday eve-
ninv at 7:I0. Any who cannot
V he present at that time should
phone me at the club room be-
I ween 7:30 and A oVlork. You
should be present if possible. 1-
We want 100 people to help In
V this work. Think of the -tarv.
e In babiet.! W. P. W IIITK.
Chairman.
MOKK KCCS TONIC
We have taken the aweary for E. J.
Heefer'a crkbruted "More Kvif Tonic
which wc know by our own exper
ience ia one of the finmt things ko
int; both for era and also for sick
nous amonjr tho chickens. It sells for
$1 a package but fur the balance of
February we will icjive you 20 percent
discount in order to (jw everybody a
chance to try this valuable nmiedy.
IIALTIMOKE GUN L HICVCLE
WORKS. lSfJO
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DISTiHCnONjMOREss.
tThis lalM'l aHtires you of
the VERY BEST.)
Tin: pRiNTznss
COMB SAGE TEA
Darkens Beautifully and Restores
Its Natural Color and
Lustre at Once.
Common garden aajre brewed Into a
heavy tea. with sulphur and alcohoL
ad.lrd. will turn grny. streaked and
faded hair beautifully dark and lux
uriant. Mlilnc the San Tea and Bul
phur recipe at home, though, la
troublesome. An easier way Is to ret
the ready.to.use preparation Improved
by the addition of other Ingredients
a larce bottle, at little coat, at druc
stnres. known as -Wyeth'e Bajre aad
Hulphur Compound," thus avoiding a
lot of muss. ,
While tray, faded hair la not sinful,
we all desire to retain our youthful
appearance and attractiveness, ny
darkening your hair wllh Wyeth'e
Hage and Bulphur Compound, no one
can tsll. because It doee It so natural
ly, so evenly. You just dampen a
sponge or soft brush wllh It and draw
this thruuKh your hair, taking one
small strand at a time; by morning
all gray hairs have disappeared. After
another application or two your hair
beeomee beautifully dark, gloesv. soft
and luiurlant and you appeairears
younger. Wyeth'e Sage and Sulphur
Compound la a delightful toilet requl
alte. It la not Intended for the cure.
mitigation or prevenUon of disease.
NKWS NOTES I'I'OM
FRANKLIN BUTTK IN
FORKS OF SANUAM
SCIO, Feb. 19. Special.- Frank I
Hrock anil wife, who have lecn vinit
in if relatives and frienln here since :
Jan. 1, returned Thurnday to their!
home in Allerta, Canada. j
John (triflln, who has a position at
the state hospital, was visiting his '
motiier, Mrs. J. W. Gaines. Ji,hn has
lately taken unto himself a wife and
wanted his mother to see her new
daughter. Here's compliments, John.
The play at Crah'.ree Saturday
nlifht, "Mr. Bob," was well attended. ;
The proceeds went toward the hifh
school gymnasium. I
C. Wallace ia goinit 'r.to the hofr
business. He paid $"S for a register-'
ed red. 1 " j
Arch Ray, who has in atwut 80
acres of fall frrain, says it is lookinjr
fine considering the lonK drouth.
(leorire Walkerton Brock of Alpine,
will soon move his sawmill from Al
pine to Arch Ray's place, where he
ha. boutrht quite a lot of timber and
will make ties.
John Kt'r has bought the Merritt
farm, which was recently bought by
Mr. Merritt from A. Cronlek.
O. Philpott and W. Richardson have
about completed their .'ontract to cut
.100 cords of wood for the Scio Con
densary company.
Aunt Phelie Turner is talking of
moving to Crabtroe to enjoy the lurc
menta of city life and A. T .Powell had
better look out or Phebe wil! slip away
from him.
Byron Bilyeu went to Portland
Thursday. The Mrs. Brocks and Mrs.
Sutherland pot back f.om Salem all i
O. K.. feelinir proud they were smart. !
New Garmerls have liecn arrivinr. unt'l now v c arc fi'My prepared to show you
a splendid selection tf SUITS, COATS, CAPL'a and DOLMAN COATS. '
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Year in and Year Out
Albany Ladies
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have been delighted and satisfied with the high type of H
Rcady-to-Wcar wc have been enabled to show. 5
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DAY IJY
The above label comes in all
PK1NTZESS GARMENTS.
The Suits for this year are chiefly
made of Serpe, Poplins, aiid r'. her
oines all well tested materials.
The prominent colors are Navy, Grey
and Black.
The Jacket are made on the loose
box models, and are artfully trimmed
with Praid 3nd Buttons.
The Skirls are some what narrower
than they were last fall.
Our prices Sj far include some as low
as
$27.00
And as high as
$35.00
WC INVITE YOUR- INSPECTION
and I.A VOGUE GARMENTS H
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looking at the new garment-.
Stop a Minute
ard ic . the New
Tub Silk
W aists
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nave just rece v
rriced very low
$3.95
These Wauls are made in simple Shirt
waist stylo. The silks arc prettily strip
ed. Tno are washable an j therefore
make handsome and usefui Waists.
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HAMILTONS'
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I Mr. Surlint? conducts a feed store in Lebanon Boy Retui
i Krownsville and while here purchased . Amor? Oregon boys returning frcm
' a la rye auto truck to be used in his
business.
Iliad Operation in Idaho
Miss Jessie K. Sinclair underwent
,a serious operation in Wallace, Idaho,
February 15. Miss Sinclair was a res
ident of Albany for the last three
J years. She was a nurse in St. Mary's
; hospital. She is reported doing nice-
overseas yesterday at N?w York was
Frank M. Arnold, of Lebanon. Lieut.
Walter Brenton, of Eugene, also ar
rived. Visited Sinter
Mrs. M. B. Craft returned home last
nit-ht after visiting in Portland at the.
home of her sister, Mrj. V. B. Coins.
, Weather Report
I Yesterday's temperature ranged
from 38 to 64 decrees. The rainfall
was .02 inch and the ri'er gauge reg
isters 9.4 feet
To Visit Elks Lodge
Chas. H. Buriorraf, district deputy
exaltant ruler of the Elks Lodge, will
leave this evening for Southern Ore
gon where he will pay an official visit
to all lodges in that diiUitt
To Visit Daughter
Mrs. E. E. Green went to Browns
ville yesterday to visit her daughter,
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CITY NEWS
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Accrpla Position in Lebanon
Miss Lillian Hideout cf Albany, who
has been an occasional employe of the
Lebanon Criterion during the past few
years, will in the future fill the posi
tion of typo.
At the SU Francis-
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sanford, of!
' Ibanon, and Chas. Sterling, of
I Brownsville, are at the St. Francis.
A FRESH STOCK OF
Real KID GLOVES
From "OVER THERE'
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Dill says to
. ibe Doctor-sezze
"There may be
Rome plugs thnt look
bigger but it's the
good taste of genu
ine Real Gravely
and the way it
stays with you that
counts."
Good taste, smaller
chcw.longcr life is what
makes Genuine Grave
ly cost less to chew than
ordinary plug.
Wrilt fa :
Genuinb Gravely
DANVILLK. VA.
.r htoklrt s tkrwint fitmg
Peyti
eyton orano
REAL CHEWING PLUG
Plug packed in pouch
WILL BUY POTATOES I PAY CASH
4) at loading point F. O. B. car. I also handle Number One Hay
4) or Second Grade Cay.
M. G. REED - - Both Phones
life!;
The first lot of French Kid Gloves we have
been able to secure for some time. They're beau
ties, all of them, and they bear the "made in
France" stamp. All new shades Dark Brown
Light and Dark Gray Canary and the desir
able Black or White with contrasting Embroidery.
NEW
SPRING SUITS
The New Box Coat pictured here shows the
smartness of the New Spring Suits. Many of
them are made with Vestees of rich materials in
either plain or embroidered effects.
Belted styles in Jackets have not lost their
popularity and are much in evidence. These are
made with the ripple over the hips.
Spring Millinery
The New Spring Bonnets are on display. Quaint Poke Bonnets Straight
Sailors and Saucy Turbins delightful and rich colorings made of rough
straw braids and braid and ribbon combinations. Come in and try them on
with tha new Spring Suits.
Dr. C. T. Norman
VETERINARIAN
All Domestic Animals treated. Pay phone Gilbert Bros., Dawson's
or Woodworks. Night Phone Bell 232J, Home 1293.
Tuberculin Tests Given Cattle
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New
Petti
coats
New