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Albany Decatur Daily (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Albany, AlabamaAlbany pc Attar Pault. Albany Ala., Weon Espat. Tone 23, 1920. Wow Siwwi a so up a a Mir 1 a a a a a. Corona de luxe a my i �2b help yourself from this Cedar lined tin the perfectly blended Havana Cigar at your Price w Psi i a i a l 1.a a r Namm 3 r i , a is Arr i ouse. Read from left to right the preacher and the policeman the Baker the banker and the Butcher Many employees the company and oth ers Amon your friends and neighbors in fact men Andi a women in All walks life a re buying these shares. Speak to some your friends it will Surprise you to learn How Many them have caught the spirit v fcb a Home ownership idea. He Vart Tuiaki in their Money make Money for f. A them and at the same time helping to provide Sev be which brings new industries to your state and your own town. This Means More business and greater Prosperity for you and for Alabama. You can own the same securities As the investor a ups f a. A most Liberal instalment plan brings the preferred Stock Alabama Power company it within reach every Man. Woman and child. A i $5.00 is All you need to Start. Send this Coupon to investment department Obama Power comp a room 907, Brown Marx bldg., Ingham Ala. Send no i ult sersted Booklet a it Haj mar it if an Opportunity at Home a 2 no formalism about Alabama Power co. Prefer red st Cyk s name Adida Futy payment Pla % Quot a r Moke than 100.000 Nobles gather As guests Portland International news service a Portland ore., june 23.�?the forty sixth session the Imperial it Council the order the Mystic shrine opened in this City this morn no Labelling itself a the largest Contention Ever held by any organization n the United states. More than 100,000 strangers Are this morning the guests the City Ortland and will be for three Days. Vith the termination the democratic convention in san Francisco a the a Rose City expects to be Host to in additional thousand distinguished gentlemen. The Many Thot amp ads shrines gathered Here from every Point he Compass will open their National convention this morning with a full Iress Parade. The procession wiil eave the mul Tomah hotel head quarters and March to the civic auditorium where the Imperial Council vill Convene for the first time in the free Days their stay Here. Portland has donned its Ultra Gola items. For six months she has been preparing herself for the greatest invention in her history. Apropos it the a Day. Portland a annual Rose festival has similarly opened today rhe City is a veritable bouquet 03es, harmonizing with the Brilliant tucs the shrines uniforms. Tonight the City Portland will conduct its electric Parade in Honor if its Guet. Flat after float Laden Vith the Flora the Columbia River Rorge and the Willamette Valley will e operated in the nocturnal Parade Trung together by a myriad exec Ric lights. The floats will Tell a toy a moving picture so to speak f in Orienta legend it being left to he spectate r to fathom the message f the tale. Tomorrow night the. Shrines will with its own Parade. Another air ado will feature the third Day when the Rose festival proper opens loth the shrines and the City a Ortland will participate in this Piar de. A a a the work the Imperial Council Las rapt been announced. The sessions will not be open to the Public. Ole Hanson s Early ambition. In the worlds work Ole Hanson thus relates the unique circumstances his first a Light at Seattle a when i came to Seattle in 1902, i pitched my tent Beacon Hill a close in no settled part the City. The first night 1 arrived i stood the Hill and saw the child City spread out before me. Below me to the West were the tide lands covered with bulrushes with an occasional Street a my baits running Over them to the North was the City ablaze with Light with Small buildings narrow streets a station House for a depot and Hills and Hills covered with forests. A around the fire that night i Jekl thet curious who had gathered to watch the strangers that we had come to Seattle to make it our Home to be a pm it its growth and that some Day t would be its mayor. Of course they laughed at the idea the red beaded stranger with his team and covered Wagon b. Coming the mayor Ribeir Day 1 ,000 hotly contested game won by locals continued from Page 1. Czechs Superb artists. As artists the czechs have Power imagination and Superb technique their sketches show the Pride and manhood the czech Soldier who has gone through All the demoralizing experiences that have ruined the russians but has come through Dess and sound. \ the czechs Are musical. To hear the marching songs the russian soldiers in Petrof Ernd was inspiring. But the czechs have More than rat st in Belr singing they have a Challenge and u Promise. The czechs sing As though they were creating a a and not simply repeating it czech music whether to be the marching song among the mix Curt the a Olin Solo in the bed Cross car Amoret the wounded. Is like that. Fielders Choice Williams continuing to no. 3. Green nit for one sack and the Hassocks were discharged their Burden Williams and link hitting the rubber. The onslaught started again when link smashed one to right. Werdt went Safe with a fielders Choice and Green came through. Griffin singled scoring Fink. Crutchfield hit into a double death w. Thompson to Mcgarr. A every thing settled until the end the eighth when the local people populated the sacks with stick work. With Johnston Down Neville walked. T. Thompson whooped Mem up with slashing blow to left for one base Neville going to second. W. Thompson walked advancing both runners Halbrooks caught one and sent it thru Short and Neville was closely followed by t. Thompson homeward bound. W. Thompson scored a moment later a wild throw to halt him at third Knotting the count. Watkins hit for a double death Fink to Werdt. finished the bout in the last the tenth. Johnston angled. Neville took three Wales. T. Thompson fouled to Williams. W. Thompson stopped the game with a a dashing double to the right dump putting Johnston Over the pan for the 3-4 count. The Fielding Nichols in right for locals was exceptionally Good. The local boy had four putouts for Khe afternoon and two were very difficult catches behind first. The Box score Cullman a r h to a e Fink 2b,5 1 16 2 1 Werdt la. 5 0 0 6 0 0 Griffin e6 0 i 11 3 1 Crutchfield . 5 0 1 0 0 0 Ernest is. 5 0 2 2 2 1 Williams 3b4 13 111 Patrick if. 8 0 0 3 0 0 link . 4 1/10 0 0 Green p3 1 2 -. I total -�?39 4 11 29 9 4 drink delicious and refreshing a the hit that saves the Day. Demand Tho genuine by full name nicknames encourage Jubett Turon. The coca cola co Atlanta. A. Albany Decatur a r h to a e Neville 3k t. Thompson if. 6 1 1 0 0 0 w.thomp3on, 3 % 2 10 1 0 Halbrooks 2b4 0 2 2 3 0 Watkins c4 0 2 4 0 0 Jacobs r 4 0 0 2 0 0 a Mcgarr As. 4 0 1 3 2 0 Nichols . 4 0 0 4 0 0 in is amp a 4 t % a t 0 total 36 5 9 30 14 1 the score by inning a h e Cullman 000 000 4000�?4 11 4 Albany Decatur 000 001 0301�?5 9 1 two out when winning Durrf cored. Sett Minary a two base hits w. Thompson Watkins Ernest. Double plays Neville to Mcgarr to w. Thompson w. Thompson to Holbrooks. Mcgarr to Halbrooks to w. Thompson. Fink to Werft Ernest to Fink to Werdt. Hit by Richer Green w. Thompson struck out by Green 10, Johnston 3. Base balls Green 2. Wild throw Nevilles and Griffin. Umpire Steadman. Time game 1 arid 36 min. 4 Wall paper new line 4 awaiting your inspection at 4 4 Union paint and wa1 paper co. 4 phone 640 411 second ave. A 4 paper hangers at your service a a. Pick a us and _ 4 a Tod Lri Csc Smith Vistola 4 n. W. George f 116 Lafayette a reel 4� phone 463-j. Deea Tarj automobile experience English customs in Egypt Egypt. Utes n correspondent is to for in Luji Custy lies. I the Case Vasht Jug cards they Are leavens us far behind. I have one before me with the name in the Confer written in latin and arabic characters and the address below. In Oie right hand Comer in flit letters to the Spanish greeting and in the opposite Corner n flit Anchor Ami Chain wreathed with Pale Bine for re merlot. The whole card is bordered with lotuses. Another egyptian uses quite an English card with the letters a up. T. Of neatly not a in the lower right bund it Omer turn inf the card one is advised to a keep London . United states goods in Ballum. With n sgt put la ton 7, 8,-000, ranks fifth among the nations the world As a Market United states exports being surpassed Only by the United kingdom France. Canada and Italy in the Vaiuta products put to hated from this country during How to treat a torpid liver a a the liver is the largest and most important Organ in the body and when the liver refuses to act it causes constipation bilious Noss headaches indigestion scrap stomach bad breath dysentery diarrhoea pains in Back and under shoulder Blades and under ribs right Side these symptoms Lead to coi Jjo influx Enza other serious trouble unless corrected immediately. An inactive Uver places an extra Burden the kidneys which a taxes them and a auzs the blood to absorb and carry into the system the impurities that the liver and kidneys Nave failed to Criminate. When you Treit the liver alone Vou treat Only a third your trouble and that is Why you have to Ake purgative every few nights Calomel other Ordinary laxatives a do not go far enough. If you would treat your kidneys and blood while treating the liver you would put your entire system in order and frequent purgative a would then be unnecessary. I r. W. L. Hitchcock Many year a go recognized these important facts and after much study und research compounded what is now known As . Hitchcock a lev eur kidney and blood powders three medicines combined in ene. This was the pout favorite prescription for mans years a eing used by his patients with Mark a Success. It is a harmless Vega a ble remedy that will not make you to Fork and you May eat anything you like while taking it. Got a Large tin Box from your dealer for 25c under his personal guarantee that it will give Relief tone up the liver stimulate the kidneys to healthy action and thereby purify the blood. If your dealer m \ not Supply you. It will be mailed direct by Hitchcock mud inne it o., Atlanta ga., upon receipt Price. Advertisement. _ a the wayfarer no matter what anyone claims for a car an owners Juds Rucht must be based experience from actual use the car and Contact with the dealer a a a Quot a / file pm so we invite you talk to our customers to Lam their experiences. This organization is proud the fact that we make friends our customers. Come in next time you come this Way. V 4. Dodge Brothers Hup Mobile Hudson a Essex Harris motors company phone Decatur 110 Bank stre4t statement condition Morgan county National Bank Albany Ala. At the clone business May 4, 1920 in i i th4 Frt he he l h. Mullen i a plumbing us urges leans and discounts. Overdraft a a inter cat out not toilet Ted a. Building and fixtures a u. S. Bonds for circulation a a a a Premium v. 8. Bonds. Truax Ury certificates in dub Tednes a. Liberty and Victory Bonds Othir Bonds. Look in fed. Res. Bank five per cent fund dash and due from Banks $820,148.52 660.49 5,650.17 32,070.45 200,000.00 1,631.25 200,000.00 7511.45 14,400.00 7.200.00 7.500.00 203,472.54 $1,600,034.87 liabilities capital Stock. $200,000 00 surplus and profits 60,560.74 discount collected in Advance. 11,776.82 circulation .19j0.fioo. Bills Ucayali us. Tojkw.00 dividends unpaid a a 36.26 reserved for taxes and interest. 9,442.36 Deposit. 1,025,608.70 f. A. Bloodworth president we. E. Skeggs Vicc la resident $1,569j 34.h7 Atlee h. Hoff cashier e. E. Graves ass Taat cashier

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