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    PAGB TWO
ALBANY PA1LY PKMOCRAT. TUESDAY. MARCH 4, If It.
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Dailv Democrat
Entered at the postnfflce at Albany.
Oregon, as second - class matter.
W. L. Jackson
and
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ESTABHSHE D 1 N 1865
Tlll)AV" MARCH 4 . 19 19.
JAMES W1THYCOMRE
The flash of the news of the death
of Governor James Withyeombe, who
died at his home in Salem last eve
ning, was received throughout the
state with profound sorrow and re
gret. His illness was known but no
one thought that his condition was so
serious. Death came while he was at
the height of his political career and
usefulness as a citizen of the state.
The state owes a real debt to James
Withyeombe for the work he has done
in advancing the agricultural and live
stock interests of the state. No man
in Oregon has had more influence in
these industries than he, and while
director of the experiment station at
Oregon Agricultural college he was an
incessant advocate of better farming
and better livestock.
In the first days of his career in
business for himself he demonstrated '
that the best breeds of rattle and
horses pay the largest dividends, and
he continued to preach this gospel
from that time until almost the very j
day of his death. As governor of I
Oregon he did much to advance these ;
imDortant industries and had a strong j
following among farmers all over the '
state. i
James Withyeombe was intensely !
partisan and loyal o the republican
partv, which not onlv aroused the ire
of his political rivals but won their
admiration as well. He never veered
from his course and remained true to
his friends.
During the war he won admiration
as a "war covemor and his patriot-
ism and efforts in war work won a
leading nlace for Oregon among the
states of the union.
His administration is marked with
many pieces of constructive work and
his administration as the fifteenth j
governor of the commonwealth will
go down as one of the most notable in
many respects.
SOURCES OF OPPOSITION
Most of the opposition to the
League of Nations, we like to believe,
is honest. Some of it. however, is
partisan. And some of it is due to
hidden interests that mask their il
legitimate purposes behind specious
pretenses of patriotism.
The public is urged to safeguard
the United States constitution from
imagined dangers, to preserve Amer
ica's traditional isolation, to come to
the defense of a threatened Monroe
Doctrine, etc. It would be interesting
and valuable to know how many of
these pleas are sincere, and how many
of them are inspired, as the New Re
public suggests, by "certain real de
sires, the deire to annex Mexico, to
seize positions of imperialistic ad
vantage in world trade, to win indus
trial profits from overgrown arma
ments." fSi
Minnesota Masts of wore home -T"adA
bread than anv other state in
the Union. Maybe Minnesota women
are especially pood bakers. Oretron
has plenty of the homemade article,
but doesn't brag about it.
One trouble with these modern
brain-measurine tests' is that so
many successful men and women can't
pass them.
t t :
IT Lemne is a reincarnation of
Genghis Khan. a8 he professes to be,
what about Trotsky? Is he Nebu
chadnezzar or Nero?
New Victor
Records Today
18526 BEAUTIFUL OHIO WALTZ 83c
18520 OUI, OUI, MARIE Medley One Step 8.
18521 ROCKIN' THE DOAT-Fox Trot 85c
35fi82 I'M ALWAYS CHASING RAIN ROWS Medley $IJ5
74852 THE LARK Violin by Efrem ZimbiiliH $1.50
64563 SONGS MY MOTHER TAUGHT ME Violin (Fritz
Kreislcr l,00
45158 THE BUTTERFLY (Yiolinccllo) $1.00
HEAR THESE NEW NUMBERS
Woodworth
JITNEY SERVICE .'
CITY NEW S H
Departs for British Columbia
Mrs. Vergvs, who has been visiting
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. M il
lard, left for Spokane ycstciday and
from there will go to her old home in
liritish Columbia. Mrs. Verges is an
aunt of Mrs. Willard and this is their
first vik in over 1!0 years.
tuuncs Visitors
Mrs. Geo. Pratt and Mrs. N. Trul
linger of Shelburn were Albany visit
ors today. They report A. P. llirons,
a prominent farmer and e school man
of Shelburn, still seriously ill with no
he pes of recovery.
From Staton
S. R. Cole of Stavton, a former res
idert of Jordan Valley for more than
20 years, returned home today. Mr.
Cole was called as a juror but having
moved out of the county was excused.
I.ine to He Extended
The electric licht line leading out
to the hones of R. L. Rurkhnrt and I.
C. Duedall is to be extended in the
next few days. Mr. Rurkhnrt has one
of the most urdodnte dnirv barns of
the county, which will be lighted with
electricity.
Visitinr Ster
Jirj. F.. F. Montague and daughter1
of Portland a to vijit'ng this week at
e home of Mrs. Montage's sister.
Mrs. A. M. Hammer of West rifth
street.
TENNESSEE HOY IS
INJURED BY FALL
OYER SAW BLADE
LEBANON. Mar. 4. Special. A
luree crowd attended the C. C, Aid
rich sale despite the steady rain. The
North Lebanon Red Cross women fur
nished the noon lunch. They also
scld three ouilts. netlinir in all $t0.
This neiehborhood was canvasseti
by Anne Blacklaw. assisted by Mrs.
Berrha Ross and Mrs. Frank Grid's,
in the interest of the Armenian cause.
They report liberal support.
Herman Pavie of Baker county is
here on a visit with relatives and
friends. (
Master Gilbert Parton was runnine
on a larce Ke over which a crosscut
saw was Iyinjr. He tripped over a
knot and fell, striHnc the saw with
his kr.ee and inflicting an ucly wounl.
y.f. und Mrs. Arthur Kelly are pre
paring to move to Lebanon and take
up their residence, Mr. Kelly havinc
accepts! a position in the Kirkpatrick
Garaue.
Fventt McClellan and Mis? Mvrtle
EP URIG ACID
OUT OF JOINTS
Tells Rheumatism Sufferers to
Eat Less Meat and Take
Salts.
Rheumatism is easier to avoid than
to cure, states a well-known authority.
We are advised to dress warmly; keep
the feet dry; avoid exposure; eat less
meat, but cru'k plenty of good water.
KheumatisM is a direct result of
eating too much meat and other rich
foods that produce uric acid which is
absorbed into the blood. It is the
function of the kidneys to filter this
acid from the blood and cast it out in
the urine; the pores of the skin are
also a means of freeing tht blood ot
this impurity. In damp and chilly
cold weather the skin pores are closed
thus forcing the kidneys to do double
work, they become weak and sluggish
and fail to eliminate the uric acid
which keeps accumulating and circulat
ing through the system, eventually set
tling in the joint and muscles causing
stiffness, soreness and pain called rheu
matism. At the first twinge of rheumatism
get from any pharmacy about four
ounces of Jad Salts; put a table spoon
ful in a glass of water and drink before
breakfast each morning for a week.
This is said to eliminate uric acid by
stimulating the kidneys to normal
action, thus ridding the blood of these
impurities.
Jad Salts is inexpensive, harmless and
is made from the acid of grapes and
lemon juice, combined with lithia and
is used with excellent results by thou
sands of folks who are subject to rheu
matism. Here you have a pleasant,
effervescent lithta-water drink which
helps overcome uric acid and is bene
ficial to vnTir V'-tv' r rvM
Drug Co.
BOTH ThONES 25
.";
g WHAT OTHER P EOF EE DO
?! Snappy (ilcmiiiifis from Kuhmijii' in l inn mid Other
Counties of Oregon
Now St'n
V nonu'i mies have tlouMetl the
us'tuliu or mvt'M.ty of the ntnte
senate, says the PnlUs Itenutor, but,
wi are now tim met, that it oeen
ionullv i n coo thinir. The senate
hist ttevk killej the orvviouslv iKisseit I
Hihihc hill to nroviile 'or commencing
the eount of eleetion bulbts ulmot na!
fast ns they art? ent. I' that men-'
( arre.l wen- married Wednt-sday in Kvt star, appenrinr t the t.lr'i The
Lehain n ly Justice of the IVace Cm- ater in "t. hosts of Yesterday. .lnt
son. They returned to the home of is, from " IVo Women" the successful
y I ride pan-nt. where a wedding ' drama . hy Kupert Huk-he In this
dyrer was served to n larj; number . pH'turv Miss Talmadire plvs two
of i.iet.ds and relatives. ndes; first, the lovable little seam
Mr. and Mr, Goorire MeCole nre stress who redeems the voung waster
the proud parent of a baby Anu?MtM i from n spendthrifts life and a sui
who came Thursday to cladiun their
ho-ve.
M. Ceorve lee has so far recov
ered from the flu that she ha re
turned to her home here. She was
taken ill while nursintr the family of
Mr. Greenwood in Lebanon.
Some farmers here an luivinc and
f-vdine alfalfa hay to their cows and
sheep. Thi:
a new feed for this
pari of Oreeon but it is proving its
vv.-rtn n milk-pmiurr. 1
K"y Hinvl nvlivrmi a wacnnloai! of I
::u nut's io.inon a lew (lays nco.
Geoiw Ro nmde a business trip
to rrnbrtH Wednesday,
Mrs. Fnnie Trier hit moved to her
farm in Tennessee. She hss been liv
ing in Lebanon for several months.
Rl'PFRT m-CHF Pit M
AT GI.OllK THEATRE TOKAY
N'orrv:! Talriimk'e. the fnmnu, Se-
103
Every successful institution bears the rUinip of public approval. A
growth in mr deposits of 103 percent in two years is a stamp of
approval of which we are jui.ly proud.
We than!: you.
ALBANY' STATE BANK
Try Our
SUNDAY DINNER
We Serve a ; la Carte
Imperial Cafe
WILL BUY POTATOES I I'AY CASH
at loading point F. O. B. car. I aUo handle Number On Hay
or Second Grad fay. 4
M. G. REED - - Both Phones
We have a WIDE RANGE of-
RANGES
Prices J$55. to $85.
-from
QUALITY.
The Quality is undeniable for even a casual glance reveals
the Beauty and Stability of these" -ranges.
Malleable Tops, white enamel back and doors, nickel trimmed.
THE OVEN.
Accomplishes all that could be desired for it is Perfect in con
struction, and heats and bak?s Perfectly.
FUEL SAVER. ,
f A great advantage will be taken in favor of your Woodpile if
you invest in one of- these ranges.
REMEMBER.
The Prices are very Reasonable
Fisher -Braden
FURNITURE CO.
WE CATER
TO THE PUBLIC TASTE with the Season's Best
Offerings FISH, OYSTERS, POULTRY and
INSPECTED MEATS
D. E. Ncbcrgall Meat Co.
Both Phones 47
uro hail Uvoine a law tht -ervt .nillt.t
wouhl have Uvn tlunjr of the pant.
I. inn ( oonty lionwr .
K. t M tn:inl. a Linn eounly pio
neer mm p.iNt M yenr of aire, wan
vii
"ton frientU the f.rt of
II. make hin home with
Albany ami Sclo. Ilia
the mv1
children
non fnl
cides crave, and second, a wanton
on harvt simrer who rvscmhles her in
the flesh but is most unlike her in her
mature.
AttenHttl lance
Frn'V tlovifrvv, Chester Fee and
Attv. Wiivrht of Lebanon were in Al
bany Saturday evening nnd attended
the .t:nvf t-iv.-n !v tli Ilnmir lluanU !
nt the armory. The L.ivs recently re
eeivtsl their dii h:in.-e from the iierv
Mr. Godfrey nnd Fee from the
navy and Mr. Wright from the army.
From Marshfield
E. H. Cornet t of Cnibtree and bro- '
ther. F. C. Cornell of Marshfield. wen
Albany visitors Mondal It. C. Cor- ',
nett is on his way to White Salmon. I
He reports the lalor question still
very serious at Marshfield with a good
propH-t for nnnther strike.
0l
0
is
which
i ran select YOURS
, P It V. I' A V M K N T Pt)
0K A It M l.O NSD 0
We loan money for
five years. We nl
tow you to pay $10(1
or multiple on I lie
principal on any In
terest date and stop
IntcreM. Nil delay
we close loans at
I M. 8 H. M.
AI.HAN Y AM S M.YM
(HiKt.ON
VIERECICS
BATHS
SHAVING II AIRCI'TTINK
RAZORS IIONF.I) AMI SKT
Open 7 a. m. o 7 p. tr.; Satur
day 10 p. ni. Comer First ana
Ellsworth Streets.
Frank (i. Will
JEWELER
High data Jewelry. Silver. Cut
Glass anu Hand Painted China
STUTTER'S
Full Line of CHINA WARE
PISHES. CROCKERY. GLASS
ware, granite, tinware, groceries.
Just
Think
It Over
You need the sslttniu-e of a
good bank to do l isinc-a with.
'We need new dejiositor in order
to increase our bns'ncai yenily.
Having dealt fairly nnd safely
with others for t? yean don't
you think your Che.-kins Ac
count would bo safe with
Capital 41,000 0i
Save and Succeed. St.irt with
a Thrift Stamp.
J. W. Cusick & Co.
Bankers
Albany, Oregon
BUSINFSS DIRECTORY
LOANS SURETY IIONDS
E. F. SOX
Fire, Casunlty nnd Autnmobili In
surance. Real Estaio.
213 First National Hank Building
FFDERAL FARM LOANS
6!'j Per Cent Interest
A. C. HOH RNN'I KIVT
401 Masonic Temple, Salem, Oregon
a22tf
Real Estate, Insurance and
Monev to Loan
II. F. MERRILL
Insurance, Loans. Surety Honda
Special attention niven to earn of
property belonging to non-rcaidenta.
I Room No. 1, second floor. First Sav
I inga Iinnk Iluilding, Albany, Oregon.
J. V. PIPE
Rnrgalna In Farm Lands nnd City
property
Insurance. Money to Ixnn on Good
Farms at C per cent
I) It. GEORGE J. KENAGY
Chiropractor
First National Hank Iluilding
dltf
ELMER C GIPE
Chiropractor
Nature cannot cure a disenso unless
the cause Is removed. Chiropractic
adjustments remove the cause.
Rooms 6, 7, 0, 10. Tuslrk Lank Illdg.
WHEN ANSWERING classifieds ada
kindly mention The Democrat.
5i
i r :s r
earnings
1
Po you want to better your condition?
Po you desire In engage In some business?
lo you desire to fuerease your uaiiiins?
Talk it over with us. We can help you.
We tnaVo farm loans, no commission.
The First National Bank
"Old sim Ull I Mil l:-1
allillated w.mi
The First Savings Banl;
WHi:i;i: SAVINGS are Sil'i:"
4 lrr Cent lulrrcM on Satim;
CLASSIFIED ADS.-BUS1NESS DiRECTORY
For Sal
FOR SAI E Ilnrl. y and clov.- seed
All O. A. C. white leehorn egk-s
for hatchim', SI per setting, lloni-
phone K.''t'V X". M. Wldiner.
f-'ionl
', ACRES NEAR TOWN for sale
Good house, tuirn ami garage. All
in cultivation. Ituumng wster on
plai-e. Immediate po.seioti. I'ri.'e
slToii. with terms. Owi-n lb-am, 1 :t:i
Lyon Street. lin I
FOR SALE At a bargnin. It passen
ger Ford in go.Hl condition. All-nny
Auto A Machine Shop. Xtui
FOR SALE About 20 loads of old
manure at $l.ri) tier load di-ltverrd
at any place in town. Call -t-CR.
C. R. linker. r.'i'.ml
FOR SALE- 1 round oak dining table
and chairs; Singer sewing nuu-hine
1 ti cover steel range with reservoir,
nearly new; cream separ.itor; top
buggy nnd a buiVy harness, (iall I.
N. Hindes, Hell phono t.O'.ilt; Home
phone "fiLN. f'Jhmrt
FOR SALE CHEAP-,.".i acre, or will
sell 7's acres with improvements.
2'i miles from bridge in Ilenton
county. Good fruit, new buildings.
II. C. Hutchinson, R. 4. Home
phone 4M'J. f-'sm'.
PIANO IIARGAIN A handsome,
brand new, high grnde piano for
sale. - Low price. Easy terms if
desired. Call on or lenve your num
tr for C. E. Ilirks. Hotel Albany.
3mo
FOR SALE Haled straw, wheat, oat
and cheat, at S.S per ton. S. (i. Si
mon. Tangent, Orog., 1111 phone
9F 3. fir.mir.
BARGAINS 1?17 Studeiwker. cheap
2 Ford enrs; large assortment of
wagons, harness, water pipes and
sewer pipes. Sevornl tnousand gun
ny sacks. Buy. sell or exchange.
Pacific Junk Co., E. Roguway. Itoth
phones . f.lni.1
CAR IIARGAINS Ford truck, ll'.ii;
Maxwell 1017 mndel, .100; Studebnk
er, ti7r.; Roadster, $IM); Hudson bug,
12S; Hull tractor, 3.K). All in A
condition at Waldo Anderson 4 Son.
f24tf
PLYMOUTH ROCK EGGS for hntrh
Ing, fl.OO per setting' of 1.1. All
fowls from excellent laying O. A. C,
strain. Mrs. frank Hiillor. 1IJ.
flOmlO
FOR KALE Ruff foghorn ggs for
hatching. Hens fino laying struln,
nnd rooster thoroughbred. Mrs. J
Schamor, R. 6. Hell phono IMF15.
J20ni20
CLEANLRS Cnll up fora PloU, U.o
Lyon tS., phone fIH-R, aljut your
clothes cleaning. Ilntier Ac Rimer guar
antee absolute satisfaction. No gar
ment too delicate for -us to handle.
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CASH PAID For furniture and
household goods. See us before you
sell. Albany F'urniture Exrhnnge
415-417 West 1st S'.. Iloth phones.
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For Rent
FURNISHED HOUSE FOR LENT t
Mode liolnw the high school on 4th
street. W. F. Tfulffcr. ffitf
FOR RENT-Player pinno. Sale,
rookstove, bedroom let, mattress,
rocker, featherbed, rugs, kitchen
table, flat-topped desk, oak flooring,
chicken breeder, Encyclopedia, his
tory, dictionary typewriter, door.
Hell 154.1 before Thursday, mil
FOR SALE 1 spnn of geldings 10
years old, wt. 1200 lbs. We.l broke.
Good work team. W. H. Newton,
Fifth nnd Chicago. Hoirsj phone
'MM. mBtf
- zinpustryI
Miscellaneous
TRUCK ATTACHMENTS for any u.
rd riir, worm or ib:iln diive. Vou
run gi t th.-iii at All at. y Auto &
Mai time Shop. I in 4
SPF.CIAI S -lf..t Sundaes Ch.ob.te
rnratiu-l and butler S.-otrh. At l..-s
lu-'s. Itnl
WANTEI' If you hur a -.'.'O egg
M.-l'l.umhiin Inrubntiir for sale
Riric up Newp.irt, the i-biiken man.
Hell phone Ml-a.. n.S
Fdl! RENT 1 lat In Shea Apt. Call
1 '."U Ellsworth or phone tiiilJ. Jm.'i
: FOR SALE - ii ai-n-s in Sunrise All
go.nl land. All in cultivation. Prire
! I.'.noil Half rall. balnnre ! years.
! 7 pi'r cent. Owen Hi-am, l!t't I. yon.
3 m."i
i
FOR SALE ln.'i acres, f nnl.-s from
j Corvalli, ' miles from ele.-lrir line.
' stntion. store and graded school,
j l'.t acres in g(Hi,l timU'r, balance
grass, tin a gool road; running
water; fenced with wirr. Price,
f.-vim. II R. Srhults. Lyon and
Fourth Sis , Albany. Ore. .tinr.e
WAN TEH Hous.'.cpcr; mld.lbsged
woman to do general bouse work
for man and three children. Ap
ply at ,TJI Jefferson St. r.'iont .
i FOR SAI E- A P.'l's Itui-k R passrn
I ger car in gmnl ronditlin. Will Sell
cheap. At Ualston's (iarage.
I 3iiil.',
I
FOR EXCHANGE- New furniture
for obi, or we will pny cash for old
furniture. We carry a good line of
stoves. E. L. Stiff A Son. 2ir. Lyon
St. Iloth phones. feb l.'ltf
I FOR ROYAL TYPEWRITERS
' WHIe lo CriihiiM. X- W..II. -,.r.,,ll,.
I Oregon. Agents for Linn co-mty.
i r.'ln'.:iw
PHONOGRAPHS- W. O. Nl,ley. state
agent for the SLirr Phonograph, rr.fi
of the lie.it toned machines on the
market today. We ran prove it to
you. Iiemonstrationa given at Clif
ford's Studio, 3.U1 W. 1st Street.
flHtf
AUCTIONEER -W. J. Ilurke. 411 E.
1st or cnll Home phone 2.'Hi?, Itell
phone .173.1 fi'.mfi
AUCTIONEER -W. J. Hml.e. Inn K
4th or call Homo phone Lr.f 3, Hell
phono 373J, Idmfi
FARMERS NOTICE I
The following prices are being paid
for produce: whole milk, file pound
b. f.; premium cream, Me b. f.; churn
ing cream, 4Hc b. f.; eggs, 3.V cash.
AI.IIANY PURE MIL & CHEESE
COMPANY. f.-.lf
FARMERS, ATTENTION For the
next 2 weeks we will Hell you n lim
ited stock of wagons and plows at
cut prices. Waldo Anderson &
Son. J22tf
Wi-OHSAWING- Call S. H lirldger,
Home phone 31 IS, Hell 3!I3Y. Rsl.
denre 1112 Elm nnd 11th. siltf
HEMSTITCHING-12Ue per yard,
thread furnished. Hell nhone sTi'.'U,
Sue Itieekenrldgo. !t.U W. 2d St.
IISIIKR-HRADKN
Undertaker
Auto Service Lady Assistant
Fortmillcr Bros.
Funeral Direornra.
Our Own Auto Hearse
Lady Assistant
Iloth Phones Masonic Illdg.