Albany daily democrat. (Albany, Or.) 1888-192?, August 27, 1918, Page 4, Image 4

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ALBANY DAILY DEMOCRAT, TUESDAY. AH (HI ST 27. 1018.
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Our "Designer"
Special Offer
is again open for a few days. Old
as well aa new subscribers ran take
advantage of it now.
Particular! on application at our
Pattern Section.
SUBSCRIBE NOW ot a SAVING
Flood's Store
334 West First St
TKLEPHONK OPERATOR WEDS
. HEIR TO ENGLISH ESTATE
' A transcontinental romance has
been brought to a happy conclusion
In the marriage of John Warfield, re-
Newest Shoe
Styles
Graceful in line, attractive in
color and finish, comfortable,
serviceable, a fine collection of
thoroughly rood shoes Is ready
for your immediate choosing.
Though prices have advanced
somewhat, we assure you a full
measure of service out of any
shoes you buy here. That, after
all, is the true test of economy.
It is decidedly to your ad
vantage to choose these shoes
that will give long service and
look well until they are worn
out.
The Shoe here pictured is
' made of chocolate-colored
calfskin with cloth top
to match. Goodyear welt
Leather sole. 3-8 military
heel and carried The McDowell
Way viz.: widths AAA to C.
Price $8.00
McDowell
Shoe Co.
Cheat
Seed
Wanted
We can use a limited amount
of cheat seed for immediate de
livery. Phone us 84 both
phones.
Murphys
Seed Store
cent heir to the Grayfriars estate in
England, and Goldie Shephard, hum
tie telephone operator of the East
Side, New York.
Before coming into possession of
Gmyfriars Mr. Warfield had been a
unique figure on the East Side. He
had carried on the work of an agi
tator, railing at the very class of
which he is now a member. One of his
recruits was Goldie Shephard.
But Goldie s professions of idealism
were sham, in Triangle's great photo
play of social forces, "The Answer."
She plunged into the parasitic life of
these around her, and bitterly disap
pointed the idealistic Warfield. His
heart turned back to Lillian Lorraine,
daughter of the man whose automo
bile had killed Goldie's father. And
when Guido Garcia, Warfield's form
er friend, killed Goldie for her betray
al, Warfield came back to the East
Side of New York. "The Answer"
will be at the Rolfe Wednesday and
Thursday.
WHEN ANSWERING classifieds ada.
kindly mention The Democrat.
TODAY
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WEDNESDAY
"Old
Wives
for
New"
BIG SOCIAL PROBLEMS
IN THIS BIG PHOTOPLAY
David Graham Phillips, author
The author of "Old Wives for
New" is the late David Graham
Phillips, one of the most widely
read of contemporary writers
in the United States. This cele
brated novel won instant popu
larity because of its fidelity to
life and its pitiless exposition
of the frailties of mankind and
the follies of modern society.
also
Pathe War
Review
OF COURSE at
THE
Globe
New Shipment of
Stationery Just Received
50c, 60c and 75c a Lb.
Lord Baltimore Symphony Tulip
FRED DAWSON'S DRUG STORE
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WEEKLY MARKET OTOTATIOXS
OF STAPLE FOOD PRODUCTS
W holesale 'Prices Krtail Price
Fresh Egg 44 to 4(ic 40 to 4Sc
Fresh Creamery butter 60 to 64c 65 to 60c
New Potatoes to 4c 4li to .V
full cream cheese -c S.V
6 3 -4c per lb
. ... 6 to 6kiC per pound ...
.6 l-2e to 7c
. . . . 6c per pound
6 l-2c per pound
7 l-4c per pound ....
6 to 6 l-4c per lb. ....
Commeal, yellow, 100 pounds
Coromeal, white, 100 pounds .
Cornmeal, yellow, 10 pounds
Cornmeal, white, 10 pounds ,
Cornflour, bulk
Cornflour, 10 pounds
Kyeflour, bulk ,
Ryeflour, 10 pounds
Barleyflour, bulk be
Riceflour, bulk 10c
Oatflour, bulk , 7c
Oatmeal or rolled oats (bulk) 6 1-3 to ti 2-3c lb.
Oatmeal or rolled oats (package) ..28c
Hominy, 10 pounds 7lc
Headrice 10c to 12c
Cornstarch I0c 12tc
Beans, white 10 to 12c 12 We
Sugar, granulated $8.05 to $8.30 9 to lc
Raisins, seeded, 15 or. 10Hc t ISc
Lard, bulk 27 l-2c 32c
Lard, 5-pound pails $1.2ti $1.4r
Lard, compound, bulk 23c 27c
Lard, compound, 5-pound pails .... !7c $1.25
Bacon SSc to 44c 40c to 60c
Milk, per quart, delivered 12c
Wheat Flour, 43-pound sacks .. $2.40 to $2.80 $2.75 to $3.10
Wheat flour, bulk 5c to tic lb 6c to 7c
7 to 7 l-
, 7 to he
7c
8Sc
(if
8 l-2c
8c
8 l-2c
. . . . 7 l-2c
12c
8 to 8Vc
SV
S.V
, IK-
12 to If
5 jl
I be sent t'or work that I whs ei--pr.'ially
quulificd for, but 1 um afraid
thty are flattering me. Hut anyway,
they know there is such a person in
France, which is Kmtif yintr. 1 do not
know what lh nature of my work will
be but I do not think It can be quite
ns tring aa the work I am doing
now. Will lie in Paris Tuesday, ami
expect to be able to tell you of air
rtiida or something else of interest in
my next letter, lluve moved since
last writing but only about 60 miles.
The altitude is about .1,000 feet and
nights ar quite cool. IX Alvin Bak
er is up on the line during the pres.
cut drive, and have heard rumors that
he has lecn cited for the Croix de
Cuerre. 1 hoe the rumor is correct.
Baker is a good officer. Collins is off
at another school, and making good.
Saw Kmeat Kutach, the first time
since leaving him in Snn Francisco
with the measles. Ho hns been knock
ing around over France hut finnllv
got back with his regiment. He tells
tiie his grandfather is very low. I
ni very sorry to hear it. I like the
old gentleman very much. The boys
from Albany nre alt in the liest of
health. Van Wicder has got back
with the regiment. He was also left
vhind in the states when we left. I
made the trip from "Pierre Buffiere"
in my machine. It wna the most beau
tiful ride I have ever had. and I have
been over quite a bit of this part of
the country by automobile. Excellent
roads and a fine way of seeing the
country. The farming is being ihme
entirely by women and oxen, ,not uf
it being very crude by the side of
American nielhuds. This is a great
training center I am now in. Numer
ous troops, of Imth field and heavv
artillery, and some cavalry. The
reiriment is making rapid progress
j and expecta to be up on the line soon.
1 1 am sorry to sever my connections
j with the K.Mh, as I have some mightv
I good friends among the officers, and
Everything for Everybody
In the line or fall and winter wearing apparel. ASTOUNDING ara
the values wa hav to offer you.
TREMENDOUS purchasing powerof this gigantic organisation of 107
Busy Stores enables us to do this.
RIGHT NOW we are selling merchandise rheaper than the ona
ktore merchant ran buy It. It's up to you to save. Wo ran help
you do so.
WOMEN'S COATS in plush, wool velours, in fact, any weave of cloth
you want at $111.50. $18.S0. $18.7.1. $21.75 to $15.00
M1SSF.S' AND CHILDREN'S COATS, 2tu 111 years $.1.t)H, $l.tS, $5..
00 to $9.90.-
WOMEN'S SII.K DRESS 8KIHTS- Stripes and plaids $3.0. $B.0,
$7.00. $9 90
MEN'S OVERCOATS This number Is a world beater at $14.75.
MEN'S MACKINAW'S $8.80. $9.90, $10.90
MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS 14 1-2 to 20 $l.t8. $2.48. $2.88
MEN'S RAIN SHIRTS $190, $8.90
STRONG EVIDENCE why YOU SHOULD TRADE IIERK
f Incorpcratcd S J
I do not believe there is a Iwtter sup
ply coniuiny in France. I am verv
proud of my conifiany, mostly Port
hind boys. What pleases me most is
that I think it is our former Colonel's
recommendation thnt has given me
this detail. He is one of the ablest
men I have ever met, and is now on
til general stuff. I must qdit for to
nieht. Will write acain soon. Don't
wait for me to write. 1 am anxious
to gel your letters.
Love to all. ROY.
(u'rtnan (Juris Shell
Red Cross Ituildinv
WASHINGTON. Aug. 27.-U. P.
German artillery shelled a Red Cross
bnthoiise behind the Belgian lines
yesterday, killing 23 and wounding
f.0.
Harriett
Pears 70c per Bu,
They Wont
Last Long
HOLLOWAY'S
Farmers' Store
Hot It Phone 7
Scene from "Hearts of the World, Globe September 5, 6
j RIVERSIDE ITEMS
I RIVERSIDE, Aug. 27. Mrs. P. L.
Hedges of Independence visited with
the family of her brother, H. G. Hast
ings, on Tuesday.
j The Thursday club was entertained
! at the Eastman home. Fancywork,
knitting, conversation and music were
the pastimes. A dainty lunch was
served. Those present were as fol
lows: Mesdames Atkeson, Anderson,
Caldwell, Miller, Stewart, Masterson,
; Stellmacher, Doty, Misses Dora Stew
art and Emma Laubner. Mrs. Geo.
Eastman and her mother, Mrs. Coop
er of Benton county, and Mrs. Arth
! urs of Long Beach, Calif., were hon
' ored guests.
Mr. Hastings and Mr. Miller went
over on Soap creek Saturday after
two loads of brown oats.
Miss Bertha Beck returned to her
work near Plainview Monday evening.
Mrs. Edna Arthurs, who has been
visiting at the home of her uncle, Ar
chie Miller, for the past month, went
to Eugene Friday evening.
Airs. Walter WiUhey's sister, Mrs.
Dixon, returned to her home in Cen
tralis Friday.
Horace Martin arrived in the neigh
borhood Sunday.
The Anthony threshing machine be
gan work Monday on the spring run.
Mr. Chapman of Portland, who
bought the Harrod prune orchard, was
in the neighborhood last week mak
ing arrangements to gather his crop
of prunes.
France for General Pershing's head
quarters. It is a detail that is very
desirable and it came to me entirely
unsolicited. I am at a loss to know
why. A telegram came asking that
ROY KNOX CITED FOR
j PERSHING'S HEADQUARTERS
1 A. E. F., August 4, 1918.
Dear Mr. Johnson: Intended to re
ply to your nice long letter before,
but It is the same old excuse of be
ing very busy. I am more pleased
than I have been since I landed in
France. Tomorrow I start across
Tmr
ROLFE
L'sual Prices
5c and 15c Plus Tax
Today
ROY STEWART
in
"Faith
Endurin' "
Coming
Wednesday and Thursday
TRIANGLE present
Alma
Rubens
In
"THE ANSWER"
also
FOX SUNSHINE COMEDY
"HIS SMASHING CAREER"
The War Industries Board Says:
Print Paper Must
Be Conserved
The Democrat has on its list a con
siderable number of subscribers who
receive the paper at points outside
of Linn County. Under the new reg
ulations the postage rates for news
papers to points outside of thecounty
are doubled. The Democrat therefor
finds that it will be financially un
able to carry on its list any sub
scriber from such outside points who
is not paid cash in advance and the
names of such subscribers will be
eliminated from the subscription
list during the present month. The
management suggests that you send
in your check at once if you wish
the paper continued
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