Albany daily democrat. (Albany, Or.) 1888-192?, February 19, 1919, Page 4, Image 4

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    PAGB FOUR
ALBANY DAat DEMOCRAT, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10. Oil
Spring Silks
Visitors to our milk section will find an abundant SMortment of
Taffeta, Satin, Tweeds, Georgette, Crepe de Chine, etc. Main col
or Maid and Stripe are all to be found here in pood selections.
These pure silks are unusually attractive in their rich coloring and
artistic designs and ie Immjnsely popular because of their good
wearing qualities.
It will be a pleasure to how them to you. Yard-wide and excellent
quality at
S1.85 to S2.85
Other in 32-inch widths at $1 .13 and up
Indication are that picscnt prices will be less than l:tlcr on; owinjr
to Japanese control of the raw sil'i market.
Flood's Store
Clinging, Invincible Jonteel
Sifted through sheerest silk, Kace Powder i ao velvety fine that It aeem part of tho skin's texture
soft, smooth, beautiful. That, with the sweet freshness of Jonteel' fragrance, is the secret of it
great popularity among women of good taste.
Klenzo Dental Cream
Make the Mouth Keel so Cool and Clean '
FRED DAWSON'S DRUG STORE
"THK KKXAl.L STORK"
334 Wtst Ftet SL
WHEN AXSWERINO classifieds a.f Kindly mention The TVmocrnt.
V VTyrjnr,jrrwn,-j', -c.T-. -rrrr tt.tt T7-' n
1GLOI
f7 THEATRE
LAST TIME TONIGHT
u
Norma Talmadge
in
"The Safety
Curtain"
Special Extra Attraction for Tonight Only. TROMBONE SOLO by
R.L.(sPeck)THOMAS
THtRSDAY AND FRIDAY
Personal Appearance of j
4T
CITY NEWS
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More Tractor Sold
W. W. Crawfonl yes'crday sold a
Fordson tractor and a plow to Bert
Miller, of Jefferson. Driver Brothers,
well known Tangent farmers, bought
a tractor a few days ago. With the
one sold to Billy Orermeier, of Tan
rent, reported last week, this makes
three machines that will supplant
horses this year coming" from the
Crawford Garage. Vici Brothers, of
Salem, state agents for the Fordson,
will attend the National Tractor dem
onstration in Colorado r.ext week and
then go on to the factory where they
have been called. Mr. Vick contract
ed for 1.000 tractors last year and it
is said that he will plac an addition
al order for more machines for deliv
ery this season.
Went to Crahtrre
Sheriff C. M. Kendall went to Crab-
tree this morning on official business.
To Adopt Children I
Oscar Ballard and Mr. Zimmerman. 1
of Mehama, are in the city today to
attend to matters in connection with
the adoption of the four orphaned
children of the late Mr. and Mrs. R.
F. Shier, who recently died of influ
enza.
Is Clran Restaurant
W. B. Duncan, inspector of restau
rants and hotels for the state food and
dairy commissioner, yesterday inspect- I
ed the Imperial Cafe and reported that
the dining room waa found neat and
clean and that the kitchen is in ex
cellent condition with sinks, range
and utensils clean.
Returned from Portland
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Barrett have re
turned home from Portland where
they have been visiting since Inst Fri
day. Red Cross Store Notice
The Red Cross store will be open
on Thursday, Friday and Saturday af
ternoons from 1 o'clock until 6. Any
one having any articles to donate,
please leave them at the store and
they will be gladly received.
From Kedne j ' "T VI
- Mr. S. V. Hull of Redne,' came
down yesterday and returned to her
mountain home today.
Work
Shoes
ma
in
. '.7:. yMiHl
PRINCESS M DARKFEATHER I
The First Screen Star to Greet the Theatre-Going Public of Albany M
$45-
Strong Leather
Well Put Together
J OR HEAVY WORK and
for Rough Usage you
will find no better Shoe
for the Money than these
Work Shoes of our.
THEY ARE HONESTLY made
of the Strongest Leathers by
Well-Paid Workmen who
Know How to make shoe
To Wear.
Wide, comfortable lasts and
heavy Durable soles.
McDowell
ShoeCo.
The Lid waa Off in Basha El Harib's Harem. See how our Loone
Fisted "Doug" Restored it to Security. Also
BETTY'S ADVENTURE
ADMISSION Children over 5 and under 12, 11c. All other 22c
for Matinee and 28c for Evening, Including War Tax.
Bound in Morocco
featuring
-DOUGLAS -
FAIRBANKS! monogram
A JL kHLJX y.LJrJL HI j 1, hJ LI I The perfect oil for automobiles.
ALLISON
& TVAY
opposite Ilolloway's Store
6
The beauty about these new
we've just put on sale la that
you can give all your thought
to fretting the Style that suits
you
No need to bother about Mallory
Quality.
Ifs There! teen nailed to the
mast through four wars, so to
speak.
That's something which can't be
said about every hat It is the
reason why we chose "Mallory"
Hats as the line we'd carry for
our customers.
Come in and let's U.ko up the
subject of whether you'd prefer
a soft, rich green felt with the
new band, or a derby blocked on
lines you've never seen in a hat
before.
THEBLAIN
Clothing Co.
"Value First"
COFFEE 7
Certainly, your favorite brnml,
ml at lesa money than you can
buy it elsewhere.
Wo bought before tho advanc
ami will continue cllin; It at
the old price until our atoclc U
gone. The varioua brand aro
now from 4 to 8c a pound high
er than formerly.
15 or 20 of the leading brnnda
to chooae from.
WIS
lie
For the rest of this week we
will sell TREE TEA. special
at .' ISc package
BUY HERE AND
IE
FARMERS' STORE
Where Crorerir are Sold Right
IIOTH THONES .... 7
You'll Want
Them
Some Day
HAIR BRUSHES
A complete liiu 0 the Dost that
money can buy. Prices are
Very Low.
HAND MADE RAZORS
Our kazor art alt guarantees
by us to give perfect satis
faction. Safety lUior. Rasor Strops
The biggest Una In Albany.
FOUNTAIN PENS
W belters Conklln's Fountain
Pen I the host pen on earth.
Every on guaranteed In write
and to pleas you.
LEATHER GOODS
Men's Pursea of every descrip
tion. Coin Purses IIIU Hooks Cur
rency Folders Card
Cases Etc
Burkhart & Lee
HOSIERY
For Men, Women, Hoys, Clrls and Infants, uur entire spring purchase
with exception of a few high grade silks cam III today
Ves. If the biggest and best assortment we Imv uver had, and
you'll find tb priros right.
white aue
Misses' black and white lisle 4.V
M Uses' brown, fine rib rut Ion 43
Mimes' brown, fine rib lisle 411c
Hoys' heavy rll 2."r
Hoys' heavy rib UI or 1x2 rib
Slle
Hoys' extra heavy rll 4.".e
Men's KiK'kford so , . 1 for 2V
Men' brown and blark seam
less JSc
Men's brown and hlsck cotton IS
Men' brown, cream, white,
grey, navy and Mack lisle
Indies' black or white cotton lite
Ladies black or white fine cot
ton 2.1
Ladles' black or white Hale SUc
Ladles' black or white silk
list 4!le
llrown silk lisle 6H
All color In fancy patterns,
fibre silk 7c
All colors, plain fibre Itr
Itlack and while silk Hc
Out site rib or hem top SVc, 4Se
Infants' fin lisle 2.V
Misses' or Iwys' rib, blck 2.W
Misses' fine rib, blark or
Incorporated . J
Leave for Sciu
Private YA Jones pasted through
Albany to.lny en route to hi home
ut Scio. IVivato June waa in the
Ud rtgiment of the regular army for
X'l months.
To Attend Funeral
Mr. and Mm. F M. French went to
CorvulliB this nioniing to attend the
f tine rut of S. L Henderson, an old pio
neer of Benton county.
Mrs. K. C. KexfonL
On Way to Mill City
Mrs. Kd ltoyd of Centrnlia, Wnh..
wns In Albany this Arnlttg after a
visit in Kugene on her way to Mill City
to visit relatives.
VWnVtn INirtlsnd
Morris Senders went to Portland
this mominir on a buslress trip.
Here from Forest Crove
Fred W, Schultx (f Forest drove Is
transacting bunlnen in Albany.
..Spentlinir Week Here
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hninrs of Sa
lem are spending tho week at the
home of Mrs. V. K. I-nor.y.
A minus About Itrnther
Mrs. I. L. 11a Hi mora is anxious
nhmit her brother, Twii W. Rue, who
iniled for France with tU th artil
lery last year. In yesterday! Perno
cntt the name "Iiuls M. Rue Is giv
en, and Mrs. Baltimore Is nplng that
he is her brother. Mr. Tti.e has never
!een heanl from by his rvlntlve
since he arrived In France.
Went to Salem
Mrs. A. I,. Cooper of North Albany
and Mrs. , Miller left this morning
for Siit cm for a visit and will go from
1
there to Port land,
(in Huine
Fdward Kirk an. I Hi-Tord Davis
went to Cottier this nut. ing on bui
neits.
l.tHk Out Cor 'Pur
Sheriff (. M. Johnson of VatH'ouver,
Waul!., asks Iih-mI o It! fori to be on the
lookout Fur Pr. V. H. Smllh, allaa Pr.
R. K. Martin, who l travrlintf through
llie rountry in n Fonl irll...g morphine
irrnr nptton. lie ts descriled as le
ing 40 or K years old. dark complex
ioiietl am1 el-u,'itt S" KunU. He
ust i;xTated in Cor il' Feb. 14.
To Vi-i.l in in-ou tf
Mrs. r'a'd tinen'irld and son V
i we-il U Vnik.ii er this morning to
visit friends.
Here From Lebanon
Alva Crimen was line from
mm Tuemlay.
Srio I'ropU Viait
Mr. and Mrs. Fd IlulUml. well -knun
St iii re.dints, in the city
un huinrs and pleanure yesterday.
Went to Portland
Mrs. K. 1. Hudson wci.l to Portland
this morning for a fw days on bus
iness.
Mm. llirt Returns
Mrs. Scott Hart (raves tdny on her
return to Montana after a visit at the
home of Captain Hart's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. S. Hart.
PrUoner Is RelrsMed
Sheriff Kendall today set free
Charles Jackson, who h complrted a
term of .10 days in tho county jail for
stealing nareotirs.
The Sample
Weekly R
MKN'S III. At K KN(,I.IS1I
iun metal dress shots . . ii.VH
IIKOHN LACK KM.I.1SII
Iirrss Shoe f I.H3
III. A( h DUKSS KIKlKS
Cun metal, lace or button, some
Neolin .solo and rubber heel
.. IJ.I3, 1.8.".. $1.00 In J.'i.JO
MKN'S III.AfK 8-IN. TOI'
Cun metal shoe with cushion In-
solo $f,.H5
vk i kiii hi;tton
Dress shoe .i.S0
Store's Tri-
eminaer
MKN'S llll'I'KWA I'AfS
12 Inch top H0
MKN'S III NKIIKIKI
Un'k'ers 9.i0. $10.00
MKN'S i llll'I'KWA IIICII
To $1.95. IJ.I5
MKN'S III.ACK CHAIN
Ten Inch top II H.',
MKN'S llll'I'KWA IIHOWN
Ulueher, nrniy last $1.20
t'. S. AKVV KKJKCrS
I'lnln cap tiw $5.8J
MKN'S III.ACK lll.l ( IIKK
Cap toe 12.95, $.1,915
C. J. BREIER CO.
YOU DO BETTER HERK FOR LESS
UNIiOUIITKDI.Y you have fine Silverware and beaiitiful Clilnn,
and Just n common ordinary table: Thi y are not in Harmony.
Now, a
Quarter Sawed, Flush Rim
Oak Dining Table
YoU Wilt find thntn I I. .llfT..... .1 .... . .
"""""" sues, aiso mil Hoard lop
round tnbles. PRICES from $27 00 , $:, u0
DININC CHAIRS i 50 , tMQ
AKMKII I.INKHS U, , ,fl.00
AVAIL YOURSKI.P of tho First Opportunity to sec these, to In
vest in This Kind nf Furniture is to Invest Wisely.
Fisher -Braden
FURNITURE CO.
"The Store with a Welcome"