Albany daily democrat. (Albany, Or.) 1888-192?, February 20, 1919, Page 4, Image 4

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ALBANY DAILY DEMOCRAT, TUl'RSDAY. FEBRUARY 20. 1919
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Spring Silks
Visitors to our silk section will find n abundant assortment of
Taffctaa. Satint. Tweeds. Georgette, Crepe do Chine, etc. Plain col
ors Plaids and Stripes are all to be found here in good selections.
These pure silks are unusually attractive in their rich coWirss and
artistic designs and e Immensely popular because of their good
wearing qualities.
It will be a pleasure to show them to you. Yard-wide and excellent
quality at
$1.85 to $2.85
Others in S2-lnch widths at H-M "nd up
Indications are that piesent prices will be less than later on; owing
to Japanese control of the raw silk market.
Flood's Store
334 West First St
LaCrosse Tractor
,
Men's, Young Men's
and Boys' Suits
W are now ready to how' you the Iwsl assorted storka w. h.v.
ever carried. Plain Blue Serges. Plain Grays ami Browns In
conservative styles and many novelty styles ami fum y material,
for the Younit Men at your usual J. 0. Penney Co. saving.
$14.75. I7.0. l.7!l. 121.78. I29.S0 WJ.JO
HOYS' KNKK PANTS SUITS Ages tu IK litis ti.W 6 t0 K.ttO 9 0
fncorpcrated J
HOLM AN&
JACKSON
Grocers and Bakers
SOME SPECIALS IX OCR GROCERY
PEANUT BUTTER (bring; your pail) . 17!ic lb
SNOWDRIFT SHORTENING 70c and I1.S3
UNSWEETENED CHOCOLATE STOLWERCKS, H-Ib 20c
MAPLE SYRUP Palace Car in glass qts. 45c; H-gal. 8.K; gal. $1.60
LA ROWE'S New York BUCKWHEAT 8 pound sack 90c
BEANS Hand picked Lady Washington 10c lb.
BEANS Some slightly discolored, while they last .... 4 lbs. for 23c
Pulling 10 foot tandem disc. Owned by Peter Zehr.
near Albany. Operated by his thirteen year old boy
There are three absolute essentials in a tractor.
1. A big concern back of it that can give service
and parts.
2. A sturdy machine itself with plenty of power.
3. A machine easily operated and accessible.
This tractor has all of these features. It does all the
work where power is needed on the farm and it is so
simple and accessible that any ordinary man can make
any adjustments on it that are necessary. See this
tractor at
Earl B. Day Motor
111 WEST FIRST ST.
Corporal llrwea VUita Parent
1 Corporal Alien Itewes of motor
transfer company !tf,5. Camp lewis,
has received his honorable discharge
and is in Albany visiting his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. 1. N. Ilew.r and his sis -ten.
Mrs. Ir. A. P. lloells and II.
(', llilyou. lie Is aUo accompanied
ty his wife and Infant son, Charles
I'cnhillg llewes.
election of officers. This meeting is
generally held in January but on ac
count of the influenza it has been
postponed from time to time.
g i They have just disposed of their 1800 : Went to Portland
J. E. Allen, of San t rancisco, went
'to Portland this morning after trans
acting business here.
Visited Mother
Sir, and Mrs. E. J. Mickel and son of
Eg J. I 12 TT 3 I acre stock ranch near Almira and Mr.
B S ; Feck remained to sell the stock. He
will Co on a farm in Orleans nrecinct
Weather Report anj go ;nto u,e chicken business.
Yesterday's temperature ranged Troop Trains Pass Through
from 34 to 45 degrees. The rainfall Two troop trains parsed through
was 25 inch and the river is at 8.4 ! Albany last evening for Camp Lewis
tc be demobilized.
feet
Diamond Man Here
J. Monarch, representing J. H.
Friend, a diamond merchant of San
Francisco, was in Albany today visit
ing local jewelers.
Locates Near Albany-
Transacted Business
J. D. Hughson of Corvallis trans
acted business in Albany yesterday.
Annual Meeting Tonight
The annual meeting of the Chris
tian church will be held this evening
at the church. The main features of
Mrs. M. L. Peck, formerly of AI- the evening will be a banquet and
Returned from Portland
Mrs. LeRoy Wood returned last eve
ning from Portland.
Mrs. Hornibrook Returns
Mrs. W. H. Hornibrook returned
last evening from Portland where she
went with Mr. Hornibrook, who left
yesterday to attend the democratic
national committee meeting in Wash
ington. Tuesday evening Mr. and
Mrs. Hornibrook were guests of honor
Portland returned home this morning at a dinner given by prominent mem-
after visiting at the home of Mr. bers of the democratic party at the
Mickel'. mother. Mrs. George A. Mick- , Hotel Portland.
el since Saturday.
Went to Portland
Mrs. F. Aldrich and son Fred Aid
rich went to Portland this morning to
visit friends.
To Spend Day
Mrs. A. L. Porter and Mrs. C. R.
Curry went to Salem this morning to
prr.A the day.
GLOBE THEATRE
TODAY AND TOMORROW
DARKFEATHER
IN PERSON
BOUND:-MOROCCO
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WITH
Douglas Fairbanks
AND
BETTY'S ADVENTURE
A Big Double Offering
ADMISSION Children over five and under twelve, lie. All others 22c for matinees and 28c for
evenings. Including War Tax
Hark From Portland
Ir. and Mrs. Harris came up from
Portland last evening after a few days
in that city.
Leaves for Idaho
L. T. La men, manager of the local
store of C. J. Breier, who operates a
chain of 26 'Sample Stores' through
out the Northwest, leaves this evening
for Lowiston, Idnho, where he will at
tend a meeting of managers of each
of the stores in their yearly confer
ence. ! Brakeman Is Arrested
Brakeman Green, who Is employed
on the Oregon Electric rnilroad, was
arrested Tuesday in Portland on a sta
tutory charge upon complaint of par
ties in Salem, parents of a minor girl.
He was arraigned Wednesday in the
justice court and bound over to the
grand jury under $1,000 bonds.
Couple Is Married
A. II. Morgan of Portland and Miss
Hazel Stewart, of this city, were unit
jed in marriage lust evening by Dr.
i George II. Bennett at the Dickson
home, 342 East Fourth street.
Went to Salem
F. J. Gripp of San Francisco trans
: acted business here yesterday and
went to Salem this morning.
To Visit on Farm-
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Marsh went out
to their farm at Deter this morning
to spend the day.
On Business Trip
G. A. Curry went to Portland this
morning on a business trip.
Minsionsry Meeting
The Woman's Missionary Meeting
of the Grace Presbyterian church will
meet at the home of Mrs. Roy Worley
on Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
Ifith Artillery in U. S.
Mrs. Mack Wint received a card this
morning from her m Harold E. Wint
of the 4!th artillery regiment stating
he arrived safely at Camp Dix, New
Jersey, from overseas, on February 11.
CHICHESTER SPILLS
Udlral Atbgfur tTMmi uJy
Vv -Si) hp". l-f WthJ'luaJ
IV 2M IMA JUSn JtMAMt I'llJJi, ft n
AN I'll, I J.
T"r known Ilwt, ftft A 11 r Peltil im
On liuslnrs Trip
E. L. Wicdcr went to Salem this
morning on business. (
Krturnrd Home
Mrs. W. A. Smith of Tasco, Wash.,
returned to her hoio this morning af
ter a visit here with friends. I
Lcavea for Kansas
Mrs. Kama left yesterday for Kan
sas City to visit Dor daughter.
I'asard Through
Jack Fiddler of Oregon City was In
Albany a few hours this morning on
his way to Jefferson from Eugene,
where he has been visiting.
Keaneth Kohnon Home
Kenneth Rolison arrived home last
night from New London, Conn. He
has received his honorable discharge
from the U. S. submarine corps.
On Way to Corvallis
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. McNeil of Tulscy
were in Albany this morning on their
way to Corvallis to visit nt tho home
of a sister of Mr. McNeil.
Went to Salem
W. R. Scott of tho Linn 4 Benton
Fruit company went to Salem this
morning on business for the day.
Battery E Pictures Received
A number of Albany people received
pictures yesterday from their sons in
Battery E, 65th artillery, showing the
whole battery before it wna demobil
ized. The pictures were taken at
Camp Dix, New Jersey. One of the
pictures is on displny in the window
at Eastburn'i Grocery Store.
Fine Herd of Durham Cattle
Harold A Colo, who have leased for
a number of years the larue farm of
Mr. and Mrs. Prca Marshall, six miles
east of Albany, today purchased from
Fred Mcspelt of Thomas, 19 head of .
fine registered Durham cattle. Harold :
A Cole, formerly of near Kingston, j
have been dealers in regis tcrcd stock '
for many years, having boon award-1
ed numerous prizes at the various ;
stock shows of tho stato. They have i
young registered stock for sale at all ,
times. I
Month End Sale of
Women's Children's
And Men's Shoes
Short Lines, not all siirs
In each lot but all slurs in
entire lot. Mojlly button shors.
Value to K. 00. Month End
pm
To Tone Hoots,
All with Goodyear Writ Sdr..
A A to C widths. Value to
fit. Month End price ...
$2.75 j $3.95
Men's V. S. Army Shoes
Like the boys wore at canton
ments. In full calfskin.. Sells
everywhere for H.00. Now .'.
$6.95
Children's Staple llrond Tor
IjihIj! with welt sole. All lea
ther shoes, 11 to 2
H to II
52.15
All of our styles on Displny in Men's Window.
The Correct Styles In Advnnro. Spring Foolwenr shown first
In our Ladies' Window as usual.
McDowell Shoe Co.
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Clinging, Invincible Jonteel
Sifted through sheerest silk, Face Powder is so velvety fine that It seems part nf tho skin's texturo
soft, smooth, beautiful. That, with tho awcet freshness of Jontccl's frngranro, is the secret of its
great popularity among women of good taste.
Klenzo Dental Cream
Makes the Mouth Feel ao Cool and Clean
FRED DAWSON'S DRUG STORE
"TUB REX ALL STORK"
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS CVERYWliLKE
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