Albany daily democrat. (Albany, Or.) 1888-192?, September 19, 1918, Page 4, Image 4

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ALBANY DAILY DEMOCRAT. Ttll'RSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 1911
Exceptional Price Opportunities
in
Coatin
THAT ARK ALL WOOL AX1 DEPENDABLE QUALITY
The women who wish to combine tualitv
and Economy make your own and the children'! coats this Kail;
We have a very good stock of plain colors;
also mixtures.
They rome in fx!- and K-inch widths,
which rut to good advantage. Priced at
$3.00. $3.50, $3.75. and $4.00 a yard
Flood's Store
334 West First St
Just in Big Shipment of
Hair and Hat Brushes
With Bristles that Wear Like Iron
100 per Cent Perfection
FRED DAWSON'S DRUG STORE
WEEKLY MARKET QUOTATIONS
OF STAPLE FOOD PRODUCTS
HEART OF THE Sl'NSET
ROMANCE OF BOKflER
Historic incidents of the Mexican
borderland in the days of Fletcher's
occupation of Vera Crux and Persh
ing's invasion are vividly reproduce I
in Rex Beach's "Heart of the Sunset.''
the screen classic of the great South
west, to be seen at the Rolfe Theate.'
beginning Friday.
Alaire Austin (Anna Q. Nilsson) u
the beautiful bride of a wealthy and
dissolute rancher. While riding to her
own ranch, miles away from her hus
band's, her horse dies under her and
she pushes on a-foot. Losing her wav
in the hot sand. Aluire falls exhausted
at a waterhole, where she is found by
Pave Law, Texas ranger. Later Lon
gorio, a rebel Mexican general, infat
uated with Alaire, orders her husband
slain. Before she learns of his death,
Alaire finds the tandits have stolen a
herd of her cattle and starts into Mex
ico to recover them.
n
THE BIGGEST
WESTERN DRAMA EVER FILMED! Picture of the Heart !I
of America
Tremendous in its Love Interest, its Raids on the Border, its Ad
venture, its Excitement and its Reality.
YOU WILL GET THE THRILL OF YOUR LIFE when you see
REX BEACH'S
Screen Classic of the GREAT SOUTHWEST
HEART
OF
THE
SUNSET
tWO DAYS ONLY .
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
ROLFE
Commodity
Hard wheat flour, per 1-16 bbl. 49 lbs.
Wheat flour (bulk) per lb.
Barley flour, per 1 16 bbl. . 12 1-4 lbs.
Barlev flour (bulk) per lb.
Rye flour, per l-lii bbl 10 lbs.
Rye flour (bulk) per lb.
Corn flour (bulk) per lb.
Rice flour (hulk) per lb.
Cornmeal (bulk) per lb.
Cornmeal (pkg.) ... .10 lbs. . . .per lb.
Victory bread (price per loaf Id os.
Oatmeal or rolled oats (bulk) per lb.
Oatmeal or rolled oats (pkg.) per lb.
Rice. unbroVen, hi adrice .... per lb.
Hominy or hominy grits, 10 lbs per lb.
Sugar granulated (bulk) .... per lb.
Beans, white navy or pea. not lima, lb.
Potatoes, white or Irish, new, per lb.
Onions per lb.
Raisins, set .led per 16. oz. pkg.
Prunes, me J size (C'U-70, 70-80) per lb.
Canned tomatoes, 20 os. (No. 2) can
Canend corn .. ..'20 oz. (No. 2) can
Canned peas .... 20 ox. (No. 2) can
Cannel salmon, tall pink Alaska, No. 1
Cannel salmon, tall red Alaska. No. 1
Evaporated milk (unsweetened) 7 ot.
Evaporated milk (unsweetened) 16 ox.
Milk (bottled, dipped) per qut.
Butter, creamery (tub, print) per lb.
Oleomargarine per lb.
Eggs (fresh) per doz.
Chetse, American, full cream cut, lb.
Lard,, pure leaf (bulk) per lk
Lard, pure leaf (in tin) 5 lbs., per lb.
Lard sulistitute (bulk) per lb.
Lard substitute (in tin) 5 lbs., per lb.
Bacon, Lreakfast, sliced ..... per lb.
Pork chops per lb.
Ham, smoked, sliced per lb.
Round ste:ik per lb.
Hens, year old or more, dressed . . lb.
Fish, fresh, salmon per lb.
Retailer Paya Consumer Should Par
Low Pr. High Pr. Low IV High Pr.
.06
.06
.06
$2.2
.06
1.20
.07
.06 1-3
' 10
.10
.03
SIGIRD I.ANl'.l ROM, JEWELER,
Lelmnon, Oregon, offers the correct
models Military Wrist Watches.
Prices: WaMham, 15 jewels. Sterl
ing Silver, Finest Radium lial, New
Quick Kemoveable Strup, Nonhreak
able Class. $.10.
Same as above with square shaH
case and Guard over Class, $M0.
Swiss "Imperial," K Jewels, Sterl
ing Case, $25.
Any of these will be sent upon re
ceipt of price or C, O. I', at your post
office. Sigurd I-amlntrom. Jeweler,
.ebanon, Oregon; paya the postage
and gives you up-to-date service.
Adv. sl!
.50
".45
.40
Longorio captures her, decides to
make her his wife and summons a
priest. While momentarily absent.
Law, who has been searching for the
i woman, rushes in with the new of
, Austin's death and persuades the
priest to wed him to Alaire.
Longorio is enraged and sentences
Law to be shot. He is saved by the
priest, who makes Longorio believe
the killing of Law would prevent his
becoming the ruler of Mexico. On
their return Law reveals a secret
which has made him promise never
to wed. He has learned that his father
died in an insane asylum. But here
Fate steps in and Alaire and Dave
find they are free to live in content
ment and happinesa.
HOUSE OF HATE. AND
VAUDEVILLE FRIDAY
Albany people will be glad to be
reminded that Friday night is tha
time for the second spisode in "The
House of Hate" serial at the Globe.
These Friday programs are proving
verv successful as thev contain a va-
j riety of numbers to please every type
of patron. There are selections by the
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orchestra for the music lovers, vaude
ville for those who prefer 'live peo
ple,' the House of Hate serial for ev
eryone, uptodute news feature, and a
mirth-provoking comedy.
The vaudeville will consist of two
acts, Frank Juhas' unique entertain
ment, is railed Bunkolory. He ia i
talkative trickster and a wonderful
palmer, and keeps his audience busv
watching him in hit mysterious disap
pearance of objects that he handles.
"Just Two Spades" is a clever comedv
presented by two young laugh pro
moters, Crossby A Jones. Good com
edians, they know the value of a
laugh and the proper place to put it.
Remember the price ia only 10" to 25c,
at the Globe Friday, September 20.
HEART t'i
oflha SUNSET mmOJI
Coming TO THE Rolfo
THE 'FORDSON'
r
Return From Foley
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Ballack and
family returned yesterday from a
short vacation at Foley Springs.
Left for Seattle
Mrs. W. II. Lee left this morning
for Seattle, where she will visit at
the home of her daughter, Mrs. W. H.
Blair.
From Eugene
B. F. Ewers of Eugene, connected
with the Bell Telephone Co., was in the
I city last night.
Word Received From Lee Hulburt
J. R. Hulburt received word yester
day that his son, Lee, had arrived safe
I ly in England. Lee ia with the 325th
I aero squadron.
To Open Music Conservatory
; Miss Alice Clement, director of the
i Albany college conservatory of music,
i will arrive here Saturday to make
preparations for the opening of the
musical department of the college on
Monday, Sept. 23. Those who expect !
to take music during the winter course I
I are requested to report Monday at
Tremont Hall. I
Blackberries Shipped i
The Linn It Benton fruit associa-1
tion shipped a carload of blackberries '
this morning. I
Piling. Peelers
and
Teams Wanted
Top Wage. All Winter Job.
F. S. STARRARD
Jefferson, at Pool Hall
Rolfe
10c and 20c
Plus Tax
Walker
and
Walker
HIGH CLASS
Vaudeville
TONIGHT
A Tractor that will revolutionize farming and help
win the war, by doing the work of thousands
of men loaned to Uncle Sam
Price $1125.00 with plow
W W. CRAWFORD
Oppoit S. P. Depot ' ALBANY
Meet m at the
Tractor Demonstration
On the
Old Fair Grounds Tangent Road
Friday Sept 20th
We will show and demonstrate
THE BATES STEEL MULE THE ALL WORK
THE SIMPSON SIEVE GRIP
MURPHY & HAROLD
School Shoes
Buying for our IU7 Busy Stores for cash- selling the sania wajr
doing m shoe business alone last year of over $3,000,(MJ should prove
to you that wo enn save you money.
BOYS' BUTTON OR LACK- Sizes 8 12 to 1:1 . ,$l.7. till, fi t
BOYS' BUTTON OR LACK -Sixes IS It to H .... $2.25. $2.4, MAM
BOYS' BUTTON OR LACK- Sisea S! 1-2 to 0 .... fl.lt. M.M. 13.50
HOYS' HIGH TOP for rough wea $2.9. $3.5. $3.t, fl.M
GIRLS' SHOES in all leathers, button or lace, aisea 8 1-2 to
11 $1.15. 11.4. $2.M
SIZES 1112 to 2 $2.4. 1.. $3.50
BIG GIRLS'- Sites 212 to 7, gun metal, button or lacs .... $2.9
BIG GIRLS' Sixes 212 to 7. heavy for rough wear ... $3.50, $3.H
BIG GIRLS'-Sisis 2 12 to 7. Kngll.h lasts In black, browrf,
khaki and colored tops with leather or Nenlln soles ....
$.1.10. 13.11, $4.50. $4.M
Incorporated
STEEL Ml I.K TRACTOR
DOES WONDERFUL STUNTS
Murphy A Harold. Linn distributors
for the Hates Steel Mule tractor, give
a filmed demonstration at the Rolfe
tonight. It is intensely instructive.
The picture was scheduled for one
showing, which was made last night,
but there were so many requests for
another that It was derided to repeat
it again tonight.
WHEN ANSWERING classifieds ada
kindly mention The Itemorrat.
"HANDS UP!"
HAYS
DOUGLAS
FAIRBANKS
Whn he hoMs up the I'nrific Kxpnn to rhrv th C!uiidurtur of
hn tit-ktl punch In
The Good Bad Man
A dashing old fashioned thriller of Western Life with lots of laughter
GLOBE
FRIDAY VAUDEVILLE
FRANK Jl HAY Buakologv
( IMNSIIY JONES Just Two Spades
Pictures:
"The House of Hate"
NEWS FKATtRF. AND COMEDY
And Girls
School
Shoes
Are You Ready for School?
We Are ;
W have lots and lota of good, sturdy shoes for boy and girls
dressy, stylish patterns, healthy, comfortable lasts.
And McDowell's School Shorn WEAR WELL. We do not say they
won't wear out but we do say they will last aa long as any
shoe you can get for a healthy bay or girl and a great deal
longer than most. 4
Tha reason for this is that all the makers from whom we buy
lire all specialists in children's Shoes. They know where
the wear comes and they fortify theso pointa as far
as it Is possible to do so.
BOYS' LACE SHOES
Gun metal cnlf, stout sole, natural shape Inst. For
the little chaps between five nnd ten.
Gun metal calf, mnnnish Inst, heavy sole. A dressy ami serv
iceable shoo for the upper grade and high school boys.
. LITTLE MISSES
Hlnrk cnlf high shoes, spring heel, roomy'shnpes, medium soles.
$2.00 to $.1.S0
Tan cnlf lace, medium heel, military typo of last, for growing
Itirls. A dressy and serviceable Fall and Winter styla.
$4.50 to $6.50
EVF.RWEAR GUARANTEED HOSIERY FOR CHILDREN
40c to size 7 1-2
Hie 8 to 10, 50c
McDowell Shoe Co.