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THE 'ALBANY DEMOCRAT-H ERALD," 'ALBANY, OREGON TUESDAY, MAY 19; 1936 CORRECTIONS In Addresses, Telephone Numbers, Etc., and ADDITIONAL LISTINGS Msy Be Made Until WEDNESDAY NOON . DO NOT WRITE " TELEPHONE " ' 431 DIRECTORY DEPT. ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD S CLASSIFIED w H 133 O ' S W C0 " P D RECT-O K Y Containing Names, Addresses and Telephone Numbers of Manufacturing, Business and Professional Interests of - Albany and Vicinity. Reproduction of This Directory in BOOK Form, Containing Valuable Information of General Interest, Will Be Ready for FREE Distribution in a few Days. CORRECTIONS In Addresses, Telephone, Numbers, Etc., and ADDITIONAL LISTINGS May Be Made Until WEDNESDAY NOON DO NOT WRITE TELEPHONE ""'"' 431 , DIRECTORY DEPT. PAGE SIX NYGREN BROS. DAIRY. Rt. 2 Albany. Phone 51-F-31. Since SHEEP SHEARING OBERMEYER, H. B. Tangent. Phone 601-R-l. Professional sheep shearing. Power spray INSURANCE GENERAL STUART, J. L. INSURANCE AGENCY. 106 W. Second St. Albany Hotel Bldg. Phone 86. All kinds of insurance. Lowest stock company rates. Sound companies. ABSTRACTS AND TITLE INSURANCE LINN COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. F. H. Hough, Pres., G. H. Cro-well, Secy. Third and Broadalbin Streets. Ph. 476-J. Incorporated Abstractors; Title Insurance; Member of Oregon and National Association of Title Men. OIL COMPANIES SHELL OIL CO., H. E. Van Bevers, local mgr. Salem road. Phone 491. Distributors of the new "Golden Shell" motor oils . and Shell petroleum products. TEXACO CO., The, G. C. Knodell, ' agent. Salem road at Geary St. Phone 661. Distributors of "Texaco" petroleum products. FLO UK AND FEED THOMPSON'S FLOURING MILLS Phone 10-F-3, Shedd, Oregon. Hay, grain, Thompson's Best, Valley Rose, and Flavo Valley flours. Delicious and Blucstem, hardwheat flour. Cereals, feeds, and concentrates. "Big T" poultry and dairy feeds. Clover, vetches, rye grass. Custom exchange, grinding, cleaning, mixing and storage. LKE AND NASH SERVICE STATION, Robt .Lcc and Jay Nash, Props. Ninth and Elm Streets. Phone 667. "Let's Get Associated." Firestone Tires and Bat- , teries, Lubrication Gas and Oils. FEUERSTEIN SERVICE STATION, Joe Feuei'stcin, Prop. First and Baker Sis. Phone 65. Gilmore petroleum products Federal tires. Tire vulcanizing and repairs. SQUEED 'N LEE GENERAL SERVICE, O. L. (Squced) Robertson, H. L. (Lee) Bellows, Certified operators. 4th and Washington Sts. Phone 41-Y. Mobilgas Mobiloils Mobilub-ricalion. U. S. tires, Auto Washing. Open daily to FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, Rev. Virgil F. Halbig, Pastor. Fourth and Broadalbin Sts. GRACE MENNONITE CHURCH, Hev. W. R. Augsburger, Pastor. Fourth and Main Sts. CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN, Rev. J. D. Miller, Pastor. Pine St. and Salem Road. FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, Rev. Thomas D. Yarnes, Pastor. Third and Ellsworth Sts. i ' CHURCH OF GOD, Rev. Irene Buckle, Pastor. Fourth and Lyon Sts. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, Rev. E. A. Junker, Pastor. Fifth und Lyon St. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Rev. M. M. Stocker, Pastor, Filth and Broadalbin Sts. PAINTERS AND DECORATORS ERB, W. M. Rt. 1 Albany. Phone 4-F-4. Interior and exterior painting and decorating. Paper-hanging. Guaranteed work at the right prices. Estimates cheerfully given. PLUMBING & HEATING HURLEY'S PLUMBING SHOP, Geo. L. Hurley, Prop. 136 S. Ferry St. Ph. 108. Heating, tinning, oil burners, general repairing, electric water systems, radios, electric and gas refrigerators. PRINTERS RAWLINGS STATIONERY AND PRINGTING CO. 123 Broadalbin St. Ph. 167. Commercial and social printing of all kinds. Office and school supplies, stationery, new and used typewriters, repairing and supplies. TAYLOR, FRANK & SON. 325 W. Second St. Phone 296. Printers, book binders, Linotypers. Commercial printing of all kinds. PRODUCE DEALERS NORTHWEST POULTRY AND ! DAIRY PRODUCTS CO., Dave ' Rylands, branch mgr. 424 , 438 W. 1st St. Phone 49. Cash buyers of poultry and eggs., , Agents for Sperry's farm tested feeds. SHOOK PRODUCE CO. 120 N. Ferry St. Phone 666. Cash buy-' ers of cream, eggs, poultry, live and dressed veal, wool, hides, etc. Agent for International Harvester implements. SWIFT & COMPANY, B; F. Ken-; dall, Mgr. 305 Water St. Phone , 234. "Swift's Service Satisfies." Packers of Swift's "Premium" Chicken and "Golden West Fowl." PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS BAIN, DR. L. M. First Nafl Bank Bldg. Phone, office 7. Res. 6. Office hours 2 to 5 p. m. BRIDGEWATER, DR. J. E. 219 W. 4th St. Phone 79. Physician and surgeon. FORTMILLER, DR. G. E. First Nat'l Bank Bldg. Phone, office 38, Res. 498. Office hours 2 to 5 p. m. WALLACE. DR. B. R. First Nat'l Bank Bldg. Phone office 1, Res. 100. Office hours 2 to 5 p. m. WOODWORTH, DR. M. M. First Nat'l Bank Bldg. Phone, office 22. Res. 302. Office hours 2' to 5 p. m. Srio PRILL. DR. A. G. Scio. Phone, office 81, Res. 86. Hours 9 to 12 a. m. 2 to 5 p. rh. District surgeon Southern Pacific railway. RADIO SALES AND SERVICE LAUNDRIES ALBANY - MAGNOLIA LAUNDRY, Charles Wieder, Prop. 200 Ferry St. Phone 50, Quality work, prompt delivery, A home institution with a weekly payroll of 25 employees. LIVESTOCK DEALERS' CALE & MONTGOMERY. Rt. 3 Albany. Phone Gorvallis 33-F-12 collect. We buy old and worthless horses and cows. Dead animals if in good condition, Livestock dealers. EICHER, S. E.. Rt. No. 1 Albany. 4 miles east orUSantiam highway. Phone 12-F-13. General livestock dealer, in horses, cattle, including cows, heifers, beef, etc., sheep, feeder lambs and hogs. Before you buy or sell see me, I may have what you want or need what you have. LUMBER RETAIL, BRONSON LUMBER YARD, George Bronson, Prop. Tangent road 1 mile south Albany. Phone 191-J. Building material of all kinds. Lumber, lath Waldport cedar shingles. Get our prices first. MEAT MARKETS MILLER'S MEAT MARKET, Vert Miller, Prop. 627 W. Third St. Phone 62-J. "Meat that you can cat at a price that you can meet." MEAT PACKERS NEBERGALL, D. M. MEAT CO., INC., D. E. NebergalL president; H. L. Nebergall, vice-president; Helen Stein, secretary. Albany. Phone 671. Packers of "Denco" and "Economy" brand meats. MILL WORK ALBANY PLANING MILL, Mr. and Mrs. Allen C. Edwards, Props. Foot of Lyon St. Phone 140-R. Sash, doors, built in kitchens, auto and Sheet glass. Farm mill work made to order. MUSIC TEACHERS Piano BURGGRAF, CHARLES LURAL. 329 Ellsworth St. Phone 426. Teacher of Piano, organ and theory. Beginner and advanced pupils. Class or individual instruction. JACKSON. OLGA, 906 W. 6th St. Phone 290-Y. Teacher of Piano. Beginner ami advanced students. High school and college credits. MILLER, JUSTIN A. 538 W. Fifth St. Phone 157-L. Teacher of piano, pipe organ and theory. WORLEY. MRS. ROY T.. 338 E. 6th St. Ph. 582-L. Teacher of Piano, Special courses for younger children through song approach, em' phasizing ear training, musical form, transposition and sight reading. Instrumental LUPER. LOREN J. 538 E. Fourth St. Phone 477-R. Musical director of public schools. Class and individual instruction. Tocal COHEN, MISS BLANCHE. 624 Broadalbin St. Phone 347-Y. Head of Albany college voice department. European vocal training. 4 years training in Berlin, Germany. NEWSPAPERS ALRANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD. The. W. L. Jackson and R. R. Cronisc, editors and publishers. 314 W. 2nd St. Phone 16. Linn county's only daily newspaper. SCIO TRIBUNE, The, Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. Mars, publishers. Scio. Phone 425. News legal and commercial printing. "I NURSERIES 1920, Nygrcn s "Grade A ' raw milk and cream, from their regular Jersey herd, has main tained its superior reputation for quality and purity. RIVERDALE JERSEY DAIRY, Jay B. Palmer, Prop. 514 Elm St. Phone 218-Y. Grade A raw milk delivered twice daily. Federal accredited herd. SNOW PEAK DAIRY, Floyd M. Hopeman, Prop. 210 W. 2nd St. Phone 600, Res. 306-L. "The Peak of Quality in Dairy Pro-duets." TOTEM POLE DAIRY, Mrs. O. M. Bishop, Prop. Rt. 3 Albany. Phone 18-F-3. Grade A raw milk produced and bottled under every modern sanitary conditions, delivered daily anywhere in the city. DENTISTS BARRETT, DR; C. N. Barrett nidg., First and Lyon St. Phone 264-J. Extraction and plate work a specialty. BRYANT, DR. KEITH, 410 First Nntional Bank Building. Phone office 793-J. Res. 315. Office hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. LEININGER, DR. H. A., 320 1st St. West. Phone office 331-R, Res. 549-R. Office hours, 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. LITTLER, DR. C. V. Bank of Al bany Bldg. Phone, office 129-R, Res. 120-Y. Office hours, 9 to 5 p. m. DRUGGISTS CALAVAN'S DRUG STORE, V. L. Calavan, Prop. 203 Main St. Phone 237. Headquarters for school supplies. Fountain service. Prescriptions. Quality drugs. , FOSHAY & MASON Inc., 318 W. 1st St. Ph. 39. Wholesale and re-' tail Druggists. Stationers and Paint Dealers. Agents for Bass-Hucter Paints und Varnishes. t ELECTRIC POWER AND WATER COMPANIES MOUNTAIN STATES POWER CO., R. C. Sipe, division mgr. Phone 761. Offices at Harris-burg, Lebanon and Stayton. ELECTRICAL SERVICE HOOKER'S ELECTRIC STORE. 310 W. 2nd St. Phone 164-J. Electrical supplies, contract work and wiring of all kinds. Norge refrigeration and electric products. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES HURLEY'S PLUMBING SHOP, Geo. Hurlev, Prop. 136 S. Ferry St. Ph. 108. "Frigidaire" Sales and Service; Radios; Electric Water Systems. MOUNTAIN STATES POWER CO., II. E. Farris, appliance sales mgr. 236 Lyon St. Phone 761. Electric ranges, refrigerators, water heaters, air conditioning equipment, washing machines and ironers. - EXPRESS COMPANIES RAILWAY EXPRESS AGENCY INC.. E. E. llaller, agent. So. Pacific Depot. Phone 465. Fast, convenient shipping service by air. rail or water. FARM IMPLEMENTS GRANGE OIL CO., INC. A farmers co-op association in Linn and Benton counties. George Miller, Scio president. B. C. Jones, manager, Tangent. Phone 601-R-3. Farm machinery, land plaster, wire nails and shingles. General Petroleum products. FEED AND GRAIN MURPHY'S SEED STORE, W. V. Merrill, manager. 343 W. First Street. Phone 84. Custom chopping and cleaning, garden and field seeds. SENDERS. M. & Co.. Inc.. A. G. Senders, Managers. 435 W. First Street. Phone 48. Hay, grain, feed and seed. Poultry supplies, wool and mohair. Scio SCIO MILL AND ELEVATOR CO.. INC. The Biggest Little Feed Mill in Oregon." Scio. Phone S8-X. Manufacturers of "Golden Pheasant" poultry and dairy feeds. Dealers in flour, grain and feed. FLOORS HARDWOOD COATS. E. M.. 629 Montgomery St. Floors laid, sanded and finished. Old floors refinished: e.en- cv;;l carpenter work. IIclud,L nig and alterations. O ing for stock and poultry fuml- j gation, Buildings spray painted or white washed. Dealer in wool, pelts, sacks and twine. : SHEET METAL WORKS Scio DOST ALL, JOE. Scio. Sheet metal . work, roofing, heating, furnace I repairing of all kinds. ' SHOE REPAIRING CLEVENGER'S SHOE SHOP,. Sid i Clevenger, Prop. 328 Ellsworth ' St. "Quality workmanship prompt service." SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES ALBANY COLLEGE. Dr. T. W. ! Bibb, president; Dr. L. O. Mc- : Afee, dean. Albany. Phone 51; Woodward hall 696-R. A college of liberal arts and sciences. ' Fully accredited. For calender and information write the dean. ST. MARY'S ACADMEY, Conducted by the Benedictine Sisters. 815 Broadalbin St. Phone 613-R. Grade day and boarding school for girls and boys. Musical instruction. For information write Sister Superior. STATIONERS RAWLINGS STATIONERY AND PRINGTING CO. 123 Broadalbin St. Ph. 167. Stationery, office and school supplies, new and used typewriters, repairing and supplies. Commercial and social printing. TAXICABS SEVEN-ONE TAXI, Kenneth F. Bloom, owner and operator. 211 : W. 1st St. Phone 71. Ride with security in an insured carrier. Long or short trips, anywhere, day or night. THREE-O-TAXl, Guy Thompson, Prop. 229 First St. Res. 424 Baker St. Phone 30. Day or night service. Call the green taxi for reliability. TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANIES POSTAL TELEGRAPH C O M--PANY, Holt Duedall Agent, 123 Broadalbin St. Ph. 167. To send a telegram call Postal Telegraph. Hours: Week days, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sundays, 9 to 10 a.m., 5 to 6 p.m. TRANSFER COMPANIES STAR TRANSFER COMPANY, J. H. Thompson, Prop. 115 Lyon St. Phone 366-J. General hauling, Trucks for hire anywhere. UPHOLSTERING LEABO, A. F. 304 E. 2nd St. Phone 719. Custom upholstering, furniture repairing, mattress renovating, upholstered furniture made to order. VETERINARY SURGEONS COIN, DR. J. W. 604 W. First St. Phone 702. " Veterinary surgeon. 16 years practice in Albany. REID, DR. G. F. 832 Washington St. Phone 141. Veterinary surgeon. Keep This Handy Directory ASK FOR YOUR FREE COPY IN BOOK FORM READY SOON. PATRONIZE THOSE WHO MAKE THIS HANDY DIRECTORY . POSSIBLE. o o APARTMENTS BEAUCHAMP APARTMENTS, Mrs. F. E. Beauchamp, Mgr. 626 W. 3rd St. Phone 248. 3 rooms modern, also 5 room duplexes with fireplace, refrigerator, clc. Reasonably priced. GILBERT COURT APART-MENTS. S. S. Gilbert, Prop. 430 W. 4th St. Phone 292-L. 3 room modern steam heated apts., central location. Reasonably priced. MUNSEY APARTMENTS, Mrs. E. E. Munscy, Mgr. 322 E. 1st St. Phone 27. 2 and 4 rooms furnished. Fully modern. ASSOCIATIONS, CLUBS, INSTITUTIONS, SOCIETIES, LODGES, UNIONS, ETC BENEVOLENT AND PROTECTIVE ORDER ELKS No. 350, Al Jensen, Sec'y. First and Lyon St. Phone 3. Meets every Thursday. Elks temple. ATTORNEYS MARKS AND McMAHAN, W. L. Marks, A. K. McMahan, C. S. Kendall. 1st Natl. Bank bldg. Phone 299. Attorneys at law. WEATHERFORD, J. K. Jr. 122 W. First St. Phone 19. Attorney at law. District Attorney for , Linn county. WRIGHT, Geo. W. 732 Walnut Sf. Phone 135-J. Attorney at law. Notary Public. SOX, EDWARD E., Sox and Hewitt, First National Bank Bldg. Phone 323-R; Res, 432-R. Attorney at Law. AUCTIONEERS EASTBURN AND ROTH AUCTION MARKET, Roy W. East-burn and M. B. Roth, Props. 130 N. Ellsworth St. Phone, office 61S, Res. 177-J. Dealers in furniture, farm machinery and livestock. Auction sales ( conducted anywhere. SUDTELL'S AUCTION MARKET, Ben Studell, Prop. "The Livestock Auctioneer." 123 N. Broadalbin St. Phone ' 76-R. Sales conducted anywhere. We buy and sell new and used furniture, farm machinery, etc. AUTOMOBILE DEALERS HUDSON "TERRAPLANE" DEALERS, Dalton Gibbs and Vic Hughson, Props. 2nd and Washington St. Phono 621. Hudson "Tcrraplanc" Sales and Service. New and Used Curs. HODGES GARAGE, F. It. llrown. Mgr. 134 W. 2nd St. Phone 769. Sales and Service for "Willys 77," "Plymouth," and "Chrysler',, Fine Used Cars. General Service Garage. AUTOMOBILE ELECTRICAL SERVICE MAGNETO ELECTRIC CO.. J. P. Alyward, Prop. 135 E. 2nd St., 'n. oj2. Complete Auto Electn cai woik wun latest check-up equipment. Batteries, Tires, gen eral auio Repairs. AUTOMOBILE FREIGHT SILVER WHEEL MOTOR FREIGHT INC.. II. C. Rowleo, Mgr. 1st and Montgomery Sts. Phone 371-F. Daily shipping service from Albany to all points. AUTOMOBILE PARTS ALLISON, J. H. 113 W. 1st St. Phone 535-J. Aulo parts for all makes of cars. Fishing tackle and Ammunition. AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING BURT AND KLAPOTZ, A. R. Burt, M. A. Klapotz. 442 W. 1st St. Phone 442. Nite calls 568-L or 344-J. General Automobile reparing. AAA Towing and 24 Hr. Wrecker Service. Srio BRYAN'S GARAGE, G. F. Bryan, Prop. Scio. Phone 26. A complete Auto Repair Service. All makes of cars. Standard oil products. Tires, Batteries and Accesorics. AUTOMOBILE SERVICE ASHTON ' TEXACO SERVICE AND ALBANY COTTAGE CAMP, C. R. Ashton, Prop. Main St. ond Salem Rd. Phone 527-R. Texaco and Firestone products, Tires, Batteries, etc. Certified Lubrication, Comfortable FUEL WOOD ADKINS WOODYARD, Dell and Al. Adkins, props. 217 Thurston St. Yard 2nd and Chicago St. Phone 633-J. Old growth fir, heavy and medium blocks, planer ends, slabs and all grades of wood and sawdust. Prompt delivery. CHILCOTE, LESTER C. 1600 San-tiam Road. Phone 734-R. Good wood priced right. Prompt delivery of any kind of wood at any length. EDHOLM BROS., R. E. Edholm. Phone 603-R-3; T. A. Edholm, Phone 9-F-23. Rt. 4 Albany. Maple, ash, old and second growth forest wood, all lengths, delivered anywhere promptly. FUNERAL DIRECTORS FORTMILLER FUNERAL HOME, The. 420 W. 3rd St. Phone 447-R or 628. FURRIERS PATTERSON FUR CO.. Mrs. Walter Patterson, Prop. Cletus nice, lur Duyer. 44a und St. Phone 623-R. Dealers in raw and i dressed furs of all kinds. Ex pert remodeling, repairing and cleaning. Fur coats to order. FURNITURE AND HOME FUR NISHINGS SHADE SHOP, The, C. C. Bray & sons, Props. First St. at Ferry. Phone 78. Home furnishings, curtains, drapes, window shades, linoleum carpets and rugs. STIFF, E..L. Furniture Co., Ernest Lovely, Mgr. 304 W. 2nd St. Phone 95. "Home Furnishers to Linn County." GAS AND GAS APPLIANCES PORTLAND GAS AND COKE CO., D. H. Gowans Jr., district agent. 314 W. 1st St. Phone 786. Gas ranges, water heatrs, Electrolux refrigerators and gas heating equipment. GROCERS DOOLEY BROS. The I. G. A. Grocery, R. R. and F. W. Dooley, Props. 226 Broadalbin St. Phone 43. "A Home Store Owned by Home Folks." GROCERVETERIA, The, John Lamberty, Mgr. 317 W. 2nd St. Phone 82. Groceries, meats, fresh fruits and vegetables, toiletries and remedies. HUFF'S GROCERY, Claud Huff. Prop. E. 2nd and Main Sts. Phone 73. Quality groceries ut low prices every day. Open evenings and Sundays. JENKS, J. E. JR. Tangent. Phone 603-J-3. General merchandise. Groceries and light hardware. HATCHERIES ALBANY HATCHERY, Mrs. T. B. Burton, Prop. South end of Ferry St. Phone 636-J. Custom hatching hen and turkey eggs. Poults and baby chicks for sale. OAKWOOD POULTRY FARM, H. G. Borden, Prop. Tangent. Phone 5-F-3. Pure bred Hollywood White Leghorn baby chicks and se.xed pullets. Custom ' hatching, hen and turkey eggs. JENKS HATCHERY, E. M. Jenks. prop. Tangent, Rt. No. 1. Phone 5-F-31. White Leghorn, Barred Rocks and R. I. Red baby chicks; Hollywood-Hanson slock. Custom hatching. Order now for May 20th and 27th hatches. HOSPITALS ALBANY GENERAL HOSPITAL, Dr.. B. R. Wallace- president, Clara Foil.- superintendent. 606 Elm St. Phone 24 or 23. BRIDGE WATER HOSPITAL 219 W. 4th St. Phone 79. Medicine and general surgery. HOTELS ALBANY HOTEL. B. R. West-brook. Prop. 200 Lvon St. Phone 327. Albany's finest hotel. Fully modern. Reasonable rates. An unexcelled dining room service at the right prices. ICE AND COLD STORAGE KURRE ICE COMPANY. C. A. Kurre. Mgr. 627 3rd St. Phone 303. Daily ice delivery. Cold storase meat and fruit lockers. DistrbiitiM-M n( carbonated AUTOMOBILE WRECKING ALBANY AUTO WRECKING HOUSE, C. R. Harmon, Prop. 202 E. 2nd St. Phone 60. New and used parts for all cars. Auto glass tires bateries. OREGON AUTO WRECKING CO., Raymond Burke and A. F. Fin- tell, Props. 1225 Salem Rd. "On the Highway." Phone 198-R. New and used parts for all cars. Tires and accessories. BAKERS LEE'S BAKERY, Lee Roberts, Prop. 333 Lyon St. Phone 448. Bakers of Lee's "Home Made" Bread and Pastries. Special attention given to Specialty Orders. Wholesale and Retail. BEAUTY SALONS BEAUTY NOOK, The, Mrs. Eva Allphin, Prop. 119 E. 1st St. Phone 354-R. Specializing in permanent waving, Blud-Rub treatments, and beauty work of all kinds at prices you can afford to pay. MONTEITH BEAUTY SHOP, Harriet Grcgerson, Mgr. Terminal bldg. Phone 139-R. Specialists In treatment of gray hair. Expert beauty work of all kinds. CABINET MAKERS MAXWELL, E. W. Cabinet Shop. 337 E. First St. Phone 132-Y. Cabinet work; built-in fixtures. Door und window screens. Light and heavy truck bodies. CAFES AND RESTUARANTS GREYHOUND TAVERN, J. H. "Jim" Christie, Prop. 222 W. 2nd St. Phone 139-J. "A Place That Is Distinctly Different." Our sixty-five cent dinner is the talk of the town. Draught and bottled beer, fountain service. MONARCH CAFE, H. M. Saar. Prop. 2nd and Lyon St. Phone , 106. Fountain service, merchants lunch and short orders. Full stock of wines. Special dining room for clubs, lodges and banquets. .Oregon-Calif, stage depot. RED TOP, The, J. K. Nedry, Prop. 127 W. 1st St. Phone 1411-J. Breakfast, lunches and dinners. Fountain service. Red Top ice cream, confections and magazines. SOUTIIWORTH COFFEE SHOP, Mrs. J. C. Soutliworth, Prop. 327 Lyon St. We serve home cooked meals. Home made hot cakes and pies a specialty. SUNNY BROOK DAIRY AND KESTUAHANT. L. C. Hartley, Mgr. 33B W. 1st St. Phone 555. Tasty breakfasts anil lunches, ! short orders, Sunny Brook I Dairy products and fountain j service. "The place w here you meet your friends." i WHITE LUNCH. Goo". Sivers, prop. 129 Lyon St. Breakfast, mor- I chants lunch short orders. The right food at the righ prices Served to Please. CANNERIES MacLAUGHLlN, It. I. & Co. Ninth and Baker St. Phone 136. Fresh and frozen Oregon fruit, processed and packed. CHURCHES Lutheran EMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH (Missouri Svnivdl l- 'lul mtrl Madison St. Hev. Ralph Hems, Pastor. I7 E. 2nd St. Plume 281. Sunday school 10 a. m. Morning service 11 a. m. Walther League Friday 8 p. m. Confirmation Instruction every school day 8 a. m. I'tnlfrosUI PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY OF GOD, Alan H. Banks, Pastor. 223 E. 2nd St. (temp, address). Phone 529-L. Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Worship service II a. m. Chlldrens hour 6:30 p. m. Evening service 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday 1 p.' in. I'.llilr ulliily 7:30 t, in. i 'raise service Friday J;30 p.m. I 4 SQUARE GOSPEL INTERDENOMINATIONAL CHURCH, Rev. 11. H. Hubbcll, Pastor. Fourth and Ferry Sts. EVANGELICAL CHURCH, Rev. E. C. Hicks, Pastor. First and Pine St. UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Rev. J. B. Patterson, Pastor. Fourth and Washington St. FREE METHODIST CHURCH, Rev. V. M. Abbott, Pastor. Eighth and Sherman Sts. '" ST. MARY'S CHURCH, Rev. John Waters, Pastor. 822 Ellsworth St. SALVATION ARMY, The, dipt. Bert Bailey. 840 E. First St. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH, 537 W. 7th St. COLLECTION AGENCIES ALCO ADJUSTING BUREAU (Established 1920). 204 and 215, 1st National Bank Bldg. Phone, credits 116, collections 277. Licensed and bonded to the State of Oregon. Credit reports supplied and collections made. Rep. of Linn County Credit Association. CONFECTIONERS , BULLDOG, TAVERN, A. L. Stewart, Prop. 429 E. 3rd St. Phono 381. Complete fountain service. Short orders. Groceries. CONTRACTORS BUILDING BYERLEY, Glen. 513 E. 7th St. Phone 583-J. A complete building service from ground to roof. Plans and , estimates furnished. FRITC1I, OLIVER H. Rt. 4 Albany. Phone 53-F-13. General building contractor. Alterations and repairing of all kinds. GRIFFITH, S. O. 1102 W. 11th St. Phone 670-J. "Building construction of all types." RICHARDS, CEO. 1016 Culapooia St. Phone 177-R. Building eon- tractor and home designer. Can handle anything in the building line. CONTRACTORS CEMENT STEWART, DENT. F. Rt. 3 Albany. Phone 15-F-2, Cement work of all kinds. Sewer and tile drainage. Quality work always. Estimates furnished. CONTRACTORS GENERAL SI. ATE CONSTRUCTION CO.. M. C. Slate, president; Roscoe Ames, vice-president; R. E. Snodeiiv, secretary-treasurer. 238 E. 5th St. Phone 152. General construction contractors and manufacturers of road building equipment of all kinds. ST I EN BROS. 3rd and Railroad. Phone 13,1. General building and construction contractors. DAIRIES ALBANY DAIRY CO-OP ASSOCIATION. Gail Slocum, Prop. 1st and Lvon St. Phone 64(1, Res. 373-J. Mfgs of grade "A" dairy products. Calif.-Orangeade. Delivery service I daily. BOESEL DAIRY, L. W. Hoesol. ."Prop. Rt. 3 Albany. Phone I5-F-22, Tested high grade raw milk and cream produced under sanitary inspection. Delivered dally to your home. CLARK'S DAIRY, Minor T. Clark, Prop. Rt. 3 Albany. Phone 15-F-4. Daily deliveries grade A milk and cream in city. We comply with nil state rcgulu- KNOLL DAIRY. J. W.j Pugh. PnHjKt. 2 Albany. Phone 13-F-2. A sanitary and inspected dairy, delivering grade A' Jersey null, and cieain daily. i HURLEY'S PLUMBING SHOP,tr" Mb a. rcrry street. Geo. Hurley, prop. Ph. 108. Radios, radio supplies and radio seYvico. RADIO SALES AND SERVICE. A. H. UMMEN. Prop. Ill Lyon St. Phone 773-J. Dealer in new radios, tung-sol tubes, radio supplies. Repairing of all makes, and radio service. TRUAX RADIO SERVICE. Howard Truax. Prop. Alongside the bridge approach. Phone 29-F-4. Auto and home radios repaired and serviced. RECREATION PARLORS CLUB CIGAR STORE, F. T. Rice, and C. E. Caldwell, Props. 229 W. First St. Phone 247-R. Draught and bottle beer, fountain service. Billiards and pool. Cigars and tobacco. SEED DEALERS ALBANY SEED CO., Wm. A. Vollstedt, Mgr. 729 Monlgomerv St. Phone 90. Dealers in field and grass seed, seed grain, etc. MURPHY'S SEED STORE. W. V. Merrill, manager. 343 W. First Street. Phone 84. Garden and field seeds. Poultry and bee supplies. Custom chopping and cleaning. : SETTLEM1ER BROS. NURSERY. Rt. 3. 2 miles south of Albany ! on Pacific highway. Wholesale I and retail dealers in all var-! ieties of fruit and nut trees, j Berry plants, rose bushes, cver-' green shrubbery and shade I lives. Guaranteed true to name. ' Lowest prices. .