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PAGE TWO' THE ALBANY- DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY,- ORfGON FRIDAYfAPRtt: 24;T936 gon Journal in the issue of April ft,", wm led to provide a modern display! his building remodelling is 'com-Irctm for the new cars and a shop plcte and the public will be Invit-i for service work. The new agency ed to Inspect, the new line. COURT OF AWARDS ' HELD BY LE3ANON . i i, ..T"; NOTICE TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS If your1 puper; not been delivered by your Albany carrier by 6:00 o'clock call D. M. Rohrboughi Phone 718-Y and; a copy will be delivered by special carrier. Report all other complaints to the office, Phone 15 The Albany Democrat-Herald l CANT SEE WW YOU ' T Kjn-OW, V lWET'S. CULTUEB, ALLERi-LOOK. UP TU' ( rMJT X I CURLYTM1 NAOEE I CREEK. FERAMILEJO I -,UT CAW'T I CULTUEE VOU GIT, - SEE IP TME(? A COW. V UEL.P? IT. TW HAPPIER. VOU ' ' EC AMVTHING IM IT; v 1 ACE HUNT IN' WWEW YOU KMOWA ' . . FER SOMETHIM' -v h lVs WELL. A5 1 DO, TH4T V TO BE UNUAPPV JSS VA T RUNWIM' THRU . ' Y BOUT i&rJh V5AMD, PUEIFIE& IM i - Say" reaay lor ousmess neM, I Alfred W. Burgoyne came to Al- j bany from Portland three .years) ?? and wa associated with , Monegomery-Ward Co. until last September, when he resigned to open a used car business in his present location: This venture i proved successful and since the first of the year he has been on the look-out for a desirable new car agency. After a thorough in-vestieation he selected the Nash GIRL SCOUT GROUP Lebanon. (Special) On Mon- day evening the local Girl Scout .... . , , , . oiBdiwiduon, assisted Dy memDers of the scout council and the scout leaders of each patrol, held a court of, awards at which more than one nunaiea Daages were received by me memDers oi me lour parrots. ; The program of the evening was i made up ot special numbers inter- i 1 . ... spersing the presentation of the; agency and is at present display-awards. Each number was a part'ing models of both the Nash and of the activities of the organiza- its smaller brother, the LaFayette. tion. The program follows: Mr. Burgoyne plans to hold a ! Color guard, Troop Four; "Oh ' formal opening next week when I Beautiful Banner," Pauline Pen-1 , - . - KLIPS J THE WEATHER ' Oregon: Partly cloudy tonight and Saturday, but unsettled in iurth portion tonight, warmer in interior of. west portion Saturday; gentle west wind off coast. Maximum temperature yesterday locally 69 degrees. Minimum temperature last night 50 degrees. River 5 feet. t From Portalnd-t- i Charles Si Brewster and W. S. Eovett of Portland were among the out of town visitors spending last night in Albany. Uhanon Visitor f Sol Lindley and Denis Cormier ol Lebanon were Dusiness visitors 1 Albany yesterday ancrnoon. Dance Tonight ' , I A Knights of Pythias dance for ioo,ooo In Bloom Now In Our Gardens ' Visitors Welcome ' Walker Floral Gardens One Mile from Albany on Corvallis Highway. WATCH FOR OUR SIGN - : y ej.tM.r.t.wt,.i.c. . r-PFV HUNTING OHOUS'P 4.-Z4- J very interesting pictures. At Kings Valley they were privileged to seel n nnmhor nf rimr nf vuhifh ihnv1 tempt for the soap box orator who talks about Russia on the street corners but who does not want to go there to live. He expressed the jbelicf that any teacher who teaches members and friends is scheduled been spending the winter months to be held at the Pythian hall this ' with his daughter in Long Beach, cyening. Cal., arrived home Wednesday and ' I will continue to reside on his llANOE, MOOSE HALL, ALBANY fruit farm near Albany.' jSat. Nile, April 25. Siegmund's Orchestra playing. One nite only. Leave for California a23-25 Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fisher of i Salem, former residents of Albany, Visitor in Albany ' were visitors here yesterday on ;R. H. Savage of Cottage Grove their way to California on a two was among the visitors spending weeks business and pleasure trip, last night at a local hotel. ( Their two daughters, Lucy and i ! Phyllis, will remain in Albany at From Oakland I the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. Ov , H. Miller and W. E. Begg from Biddle, Mrs. Blddle being their Oakland were visitors spending aunt. last night in Albany, Business Visitor From Corvallls I Ed School of Dever was an Al- Jess Stoner of Corvallls trans- uany business visitor this fore-acted business and visited friends noon- Hc reports that he is plan- We Carry a Full Line of Sperry's Farm Tested Feeds xnd invite your inspection of this Nationally Famous Brand took pictures also. ! the most Popular seemed to be . , j j child nurse and junior citizen, each JZ !SP1 UH,?hlf whh was earned by a class of1 camp conditions and the clubtl irt However, craftsman and members finished their project re-,cook b , k d . f . h , quirements. They are now ready ,ass oI t d receiving each, to complete their, scrap books. . Tnis mccUrig was the second of I the year and brings the sum of but very little actual business Was being transacted, the U. S. agricul- ture department today reported ' Asking prices on domestic wools appeared .unchanged from earlier in the current week. Average to good French combing length fine and M blood mixed original ter ritory clips were ' quoted mostly 82 to 85 cents, scoured basis, Bright medium grade fleece wools, packed In the country to include combing and clothing and 74 i hi,i r,Z-.,i iii,n, ! ' I Just once-try ! Schillinsf CihhambYi in an apple pie That's just what you get-' "maximum protection at minimum cost" when -you use Rasmussen's 100. Pure House ' Paint. And that is what you, should demand of an outside ' house paint; Its balanced formula, embodying the highest grades of pure white lead, pure zinc, titanium pigment and pure linseed oil, provides the utmost in surface protection by reason of its imperviousness to wind and rain, sun and fog. to extremes of heat and cold. PAINTING CONTRACTOR - ' " Telephone '560-J FOR LOWER MORTALITY USE 'SURE BUILD" combined Starter and Growing . Mash . for clucks .... and . , .'SURE .TURK" for .Turkeys. . Northwest Poultry & Dairy Products Company 124 West First Street . . - Phone 49 ed mostly at 34 to 35 cents in the!was introdu,ced by, C, E, William- communism snouia De dismissed from the public school system and that public halls, built by taxpayers' money should not be rented for meetings where destructive teachings are voiced. e speaker closed with a dra- t., ,7 , .VUV My Flag." -a. patriotic poem. He son, in charge of the program. Dr. Joe Gray, won the attend- I auee prize, given by. Charles Bear, LATEST LINOTYPE PURCHASED BY D-H (Continued from Pair Onel community-r-always in advance of requirements. With mechanical cquipmont equalled by but few daily papers in Oregon, the Demo crat-Herald is in position to handle the services available through its leased telegraph wires of the United: Press Associations, the mass of correspondence from its large crops of reporters throughout IM district and the daily rou j I 1 i ; I i i Maximum Protection at Minimum Cost DO WH Crtll KAEFXIklfC 400 ATTRACT (Continued from PaKe One) vice-chairman, Glenn Ohling third ineiiiuer ana ueuiKe rwuus aiiur-1 nate. At this meeting 62 farmers participated. Last night's meeting at Scio was the largest of all by far, with an attendance of 121. At this meeting Georee Sandner was named chair- man- Victor Lyons, vice-chairman, Jonn Silbernaglc, third member ana Jonn -"noner. alternate.- A meeting wm ne neiu at i.yons Innioht rtnA nnnlhor ol Alhanv nt ' 2 p. m. tomorrow in the court house. The final two meetings of the series will take place at Brownsville Monday night and at Sweet Home Tuesday night. County Agent Mullen reported i selves and in the upbuilding of their farm lands. Lebanon Man Due To Get 2 Bucks Marshfield, Ore., April 24. J. D. Dyer, Lebanon, should receive two dollars, the old fashioned kind, in the mail Saturday morning. Marshfield's postmaster, G. W. Leslie, today found in the far corner, ot a, desk a letter from Dyer, written in. 1920, enclosing two dollars for pork dispensed by the government immediately after the war. Dyer didn't get his pork. But he II get his money 1 : ' , tine of Its staff here in , Albany; today that all farmers of the coun-The payroll of the Democrat-Her- ty are apparently favorable to. the aid is one of, the largest in Al- rotation program and practically bany, furnishing work to a large all who comprehend it are plan-number of highly skilled mechan- ning to take advantage of its bene-ical, editorial and other employees. I fits, both in cash bonus to them- 22. To Attend Funeral Frank Harris arrived last evening from Spokane, Wash., to attend the funeral of his step-father, John Simon Lamar, who passed away Wednesday. Mr. Harris is u brother of Fred Harris and has been with the Western Union Telegraph company for 30 years and spent his early days in Albany. He was- known here as "Chub" Harris. Trade in your old tires for new McClaren DeLuxe tires. Special trade in deal. Tedlock & Forster, 1st & Jackson Sts. u23-25 Arrives in. Albany . Wmt Sharp of Topponish. Nev arrived in Albany last evening. Returns -Home Fred Dawson, who has been spending the last week' at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Harry Pinkerton, at Dallas, returned home last evening. He reports the sawmills at that place active and business improving. Business Visitor. E. B. McNaughton, president of the Fjrst National bank of Port- land, was a business visitor at the branch bank in Albany yesterday Returns Home- John Bain, a brother of Coun- oilman William Bain, and who has ning to raise a thousand turkeys tnis season CARD OF THANKS Wo wish to thank our friends and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy and for the beautiful floral offerings in the' loss of our beloved mother and grand- mother, Mrs. Emma M, Watts. Slgnedt - 'Eima A. Tennison, daughter Emma Jane Gillmorc, grand-daughter. j TODAY'S STOCK, I GRAIN MARKETS, - i MARKETS AT A GLANCE (It UnlCed I'rfM) Stocks Irregular in moderate trading. Bonds irregularly lower; IT, S. government dull. ' Curb irregularly higher and very quiet. : Call money i of 1 per cent. Foreign exchange: Irregular; francs at gold point. Cotton firm, May at new high since December. Rubber slightly higher. - Silver, in New York 45 cents, Off k cent. Stocks New (York, April 2ij w The slock market went through a series of, wide swings today and ended irregularly lower in moderate trading. Opening steady to firm, the list gained for a time and, then plunged several points In a burst of selling that caused tickers to lag four minutes. In the early afternoon prices firmed in all sections until a long list nf issues was up 1 to 3 points. Just before the close new selling developed and prices sagged again, recovering slightly again before the close. Dow Jones preliminary closing averages showed industrial. 151.-J. up 0.46; railroad 44.68, off 0.11; utility. 30.59, off 0.10, i Volume approximated 1,660,000 shares, compared with 2.060,000 shares yesterday. Curb sales weifl 332,000 share? as compared with 461,000 shares yesterday. ' Wool Boston. April 24. Numerous inquiries were being received on wool tops in the Boston market, M W Ill mm mm AKt TUU WtAIVr LL women at some period oi UVir lives need a strengthening tonic like Ur. Pierce's Ka-wrile . l'rescriplion. Rcal what Mrs. Vrilina Braiincn ol l-'l W. 3lst St., l.iw Angeles, Cal.. tai.l . "I .. :.. b. pln.K.1 condition v,mc yt,n .. 1 had becviie ibm nn ,.k. I w, cim. 'fOien! Iitada!!! 1 Ulct p, rr; yA. v.ue I leariimwa and I fully Iriained niv nocmal welthl and alrtngih. Today 1 altut and welt." , ' L Vi"V V,cf. 50 '-'' ". laba. Write to Dt l'i, for Ilea tnedieil ' I'liraic. llutljlo, N. Painful Piles io )ulek No C utllni No Salves ll lake only on boltle of Dr. J. 8. It.nhatdt'a prraeriptton HKM-ROltl 14 relier ftchlnrl. bleedina or prolnKlinB :tlea. Thia internal meilieina acta quickly tn in old atubho.-n eaaea. HKM-ROID urred heeatue il helps to heal and require Ihe alfeeted liana and rellevea bk'od i-onKratirn in Ihe loear bowel lh rauae of pilea. Only an internal medicine can do Ihia. thal'a why aalvea and cuttinc often fail t-.whay A Maaon, Inc., and all druc- aiata aay one bottk. of IIKM-trollr Tab leu ntual relieve you of your Tile miacry err motiry bark. sdr.' gra, Troop 1; pledge of allegiance, Betty Howe, Troop 1; welcome, IRuth Zimbrick, Troop 3; ' second I class awards, Mrs. T. McKinney; ' first class awards, Miss Mary Clem; "Hail to the Scouts," Grace I Chilcote, Troop 2, and Pauline Pengra, Troop 1.. : Shadowgraphs, "The Three Mu- 1 sicians of Bremen," "Noak's Ark," Troop 3; awarding of merit badges, ' Mrs. Francis Phelps; "I Want to Be a Friend of Yours," Grace Chilcote, Troop 2, and Pauline Pengra, Troop 1; awarding of troop flag to troop four, Mrs. Arthur Pengra; award to girl scout for cookie sale, received by Marilyn Scroggins, Mis. Arthur Pengra; 1 "Good Night," all scouts. A class of fifteen girls received ! tenderfoot rating, all of whom have completed the work since the court of awards held in October. Four candidates completed the I prescribed work and were award- ed second class rating. Five gained theA ranks "ret class scouts, Among the special badge awards awards maoc during ine year in eluding camp work and regular j winter activity, to about two hun-: dred. 1 Prepare Showroom For Nash, Lafayette Alterations are in progress at the Burgoyne Motor Co, 127 East Second street.' getting the building ready for handling the Nash-La- Fayette automobile agency. The lartje single room has been rtivicl- 7 9 0 Time for IIOMA'S EIGHT-FORTY WINE ESt,.' ( ,i Zostful goodness tO ' to. the, last, drop! bE3S " - Bottled at Anieri-j AeR " ca's largest winer)', ' Ar H,,,a Vi'ine Com-! II "any. Inc., Lodi, ' I Cob hi Cr nd friendly the power A rt-huit W J . .... : . - , Its superior quality cuts painting costs in two ways first, , it requires less paint per job and second, it adds several years to the period before repainting is necessary. We can point to many examples right here-, in Albany, showing flic wisdom and economy " in ' using Rasmussen's 100 '.; Pure Paint. F. C. Dannals liliTnlTn'MTniihl-l . , ' i grease, delivered east. Onto Chicago, April 24. Wheal the ! lures firmed fractionally on the board of trade today on further bullish' crop weather and private estimates forecasting Kansas crop at only 100,000,000 bushels. At tne close May wheat was up cent, while new crops were 'A to cent a bushel higher. Corn higher, oats were unchanged 'to closed V4 cent' lower to cent Vn cent lower and rye was '4 cent net a bushel lower. VERDENIUS URGES CONTROL OF ALIENS - (ConWnutd from -Pane One) , and has been cited for, honors by the queen. Ur. Vcrdenius, he said, lives better than 90 per cent of the people In Europe, Yet he has no telephone, because U would cost more thun $300 to have one installed.. He has no automobile because even a Ford in Holland would cost $2,800 and gasoline is more than AOc a gallon. He has no bath, still using the old family tub that , is dragged into a room by a maid and filled with warm water from buckets. The average European citizen has few, if any of the comforts and luxuries that are common to even the common laborer in America. On the other hand, the man who hauls the garbage from Mr. Vcrdenius' apartment in Portland owns his own home, has a fine private bath, a telephone. drives a fine Studebnker sedan, and enjoys all of the ordinary luxuries of American life. This man came, from Russia and was a soldier in the Czar's army. He has saved money and owns five other houses besides his own home. America moans opportunity for those who arc willing to work and are thrifty, said tne speaker. America owes no man a. living, he said. On the other hand, every man owes America his loyalty and devotion. There are two classes of people for which the speaker said he has po use those who talk hard times and those who are always referr ing to the 'good old- country from which they came. Americans do not know what hard times arc. even in depressions, he said. And as for those who still feel a loyal ty to their former homes, if they: like them so well they can easily go back. But few ever want to go back, said Vcrdenius. Any country 'which can spend more than $3,000,000,000 a year on tobacco and' spend three and one half times as much on liquor than on education has no conception of hard times, he snid. Vcrdenius launched an attack upon those who would pull down American Institutions and destroy the government which gives them so much opportunity.' There are IS.500,000 foreign , born residents in the United States, hc quoted. Of these 7.000,000 are still aliens. Out of the 7.000,000 about 3.000,-000 were smuggled into America over the Mexican border or came across the Canadian border. These should be deported for any man who will not enter through proper channels will not make a good citizen, he said. As to the other 4,000,000 aliens who entered this country legally but who have not made an attempt to become Amer ican cittens. he suggested that they should be notified that they must apply for. their first paers iu Albany this forenoon. Dr. Williams, Foot Specialist, will be at St. Brands Hotel all day Snl. Sc Sun., Apr. 25-26. Phone for appointment. a24 Candidate for Queen-June Geil, daughter of Mr. and M?;L-RrGc!LIA.U"i ?nd,n? h lM i T,rf T BlfUIUUIbU JJ ... ... ....... mcrcc of Coivallis for queen at the Waldport bridge ' dedication May 8, 9 and 10. Born Near Lebanon The life story of Mrs. J. . M. Hamilton,' o I'l'lncvllld, born on the donation; innrl- claim of her purents, Mr.' and Mrs. James Pinker Combs,' hear Lebanon January 22, 1856; appeaisln the Ore- J You v Can't Know Everything - - - especially when it comes to drug store products, Consider our antiseptics. Some arc splendid for freshening the breath. Others have a remarkable power to stop sore throat. Do you know which are which? We do. OUR knowledge of drugs and their uses, so necessary in 'our prescription department, enables us to see beyond advertising claims and fancy labels. . Some things are a matter of tnslo others of kpowlvdge. When it's the latter, and you arc a bit uncertain, you'll do well to let us help you. This will often save you money, too. HURLEY'S DRUG , STORE Phone 309 YOU MfFll r 4 BIG DAYS April 29 - May 2 DAWSON- DAWSON DRUG CO. at V. I'irst St. ' " riH.Iie 42 I I &ctf?Z MILD ! ;-.v . &jr v,. . i ft-- i mm - The investment m inis one now The investment in this one new value of the, entire mechanical plant of any other newspaper in the county. When the new machine has been installed and in runping order the public, will bo welcome to visit this office and inspect this remarkable type-setting device. Pine Grove Cookery Club Has Good Trip .; Peoria. (Special) The members of the 4-H Camp Cookery club of the Pine Grove school accompanied by Miss Shaw, their local leader. Emma Dobrinin, and Kate Mohoff went for a camping trip to the coast range. They motored to the foothills above Hos-kins where they joined with the Wildwood Camp Cookery club under the direction of Isabelle Hamilton. After fishing in the Luckia-mute river for a short while a supervised hike squad was organized to hike to the old camp site above SceKay. A" number of the hiking party, went farther up into the mquntains.,. Those .who-, had cameras were able' to' get some COUNTRY STORE AMERICAN LEGION : HALL, LEBANON , Sponsored by the Lebanon Paper Mill Union 'SATURDAY NIGHT I APRIL 25 ' The. best available, old-time music with an attractive floor show Musi try Ulll Rand md Mis Orchestra i . This should be the biggest social event of the season. un't miss it. ADMISSION Men 40c Ladies 25c AIXT STOKE AND 123 East Third Street Mt to 7- tg mit you'll ever wtnt. proof. Try Hi Tq)S: o ul within two years or return to their former homes. huroue would not be so liberal, he said. Kvery foreigner is accounted for from the time he enters a country until lie leaves. Germany and France and other countries have expelled all foreigners who do not belong there, and they take no chances on strangers, said the speaker. Vcrdenius also expressed con- yaffil BLBltti Whisky (lolicnil O'ttillint Corporatio I biUdclrH'A. Pa. ) ffteYY-Y SMOOTH FAOl 3

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