Albany daily democrat. (Albany, Or.) 1888-192?, September 28, 1918, Page 4, Image 4

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    PAGB FOUR
ALBANY DAILY DKMOCRAY. SATl'KUAY, SEPTEMBER 28. 1918
How Is Your Supply of
BLANKETS ?
You can make your (Flections here at a good advantage became we
have a wcll-n-lii-lwl stock of food. tlcpemlaMe blankets, in all sites,
AT MODERATE TRICES.
COTTON BLANKET'S in white, tan, gray and plaid, priced at
$1.50 a pair and up
WOOL NAI MLANKETS in white, (ray. tan and plaid pattern.
Full bed sir-e $4.93 a pair and up
WOOL MIXED HLAXKETS in plaid patterns; also plain white, extra
larire sizes, at IH.50 a pair
HOME-MADE COMFORTS at MODERATE PRICES
Flood's Store
334 West First St
Wall Paper
Fall shipment of Wall Paper now on dis
playMany new designs
FRED DAWSON'S DRUG STORE
Fighting between her love for him
and her desire to free the downtrodden
people, Lista finally succumbs to the
right. She blows up a building which
i houses the premier and his cabinet.
The picture will play at the Kolfe
I Theater for two days, beginning Sun
Mo y-
CHl'RCH NOTICES
Til ED A BARA MASTERPIECE
AT THE ROLFE SVNDAY
Lovers of motion pictures which in
terest and enthral will welcome the
kliid news that Theda Bars is about
to appear at the Rolfe in "The Rose
of Blood." She portrays a Russion
heroine. But Liars Tapenka is differ
ent from every other leading lady of
Slavonic origin. She is made of the
same stuff which formed the brave
Legion of Death.
Finally her band of revolutionists
dcirand the death of her own husband.
He is the prime minister, and his hand
bears oppression more heavily than
that of any other. She had married
him in his younger days.
IXlL
Ralston
Motor
Co.
Will pay cash for second hand
Dodges and Fords.
We can save you money on
Tires.
I -
St. Mary's Church
Rev. Arthur Lane, rector. Rev.
John Rubis, assistant. Sunday serv
ices at 8 and 10:30 a. nt. Father Ru
bis will officiate and speak at both
services from the text, "Be Angry and
Sin Not." Vespers will be sung at
7:30 p. m. The subject will be "Con
fidence." The pastor will have chai;
of the mission services at Lyons and
Mill City.
Grace Church
Main street at East Fourth and
Santiam Road. A. M. Williams, min
ister. Morning worship at 11; eve
ning worship at 7:30. Sermon sub
jects, "God Our Refuge" and "The
Quest of Life," The church school is
being improved and enlarged. The
primary department had 52 last Sun
day and is expected to come to 75. Th
junior department is also growing
rapidly. Sunday, October 6, is pro
motion day. Let all old and new
scholars be present tomorrow. Geo.
II. Crowell is supt.; Deo McClain,
oung people's supt.! Miss Pratt, ju
nior supt.; Mrs. Williams, pfimarv 1
supt, and Miss Dove McC.ee, begin- I
ners' superintendent. j
Christian Science '
Sunday services 1 1 a. m. Subject of
lesson sermon, "Reality." Sundav
school at 9:45 and 11. Wednesday,
evening meeting at 8. A reading
room is open in the church parlor
Monday, Wednesday and Friday from
2 to 4:30 p. m. The public is wel
come. United Presbyterian
. W. P. White, pastor. The subject
of the 10:30 a. m. sermon will be, "The '
Wonders of Redemption." In the eve
ning nt 8 o'clocfl -"An Exposition of
the Book of Acts." Good audiences,
Splendid interest. You are invited.
First Preabyterian
Preaching sen ices at 10:30 a. m.
and 8 p. m. Both sermons by Rev. B.
Scott Bates, president of Whit worth
college, Spokane. S. S. at 12 m. The
public is cordially invited. Special
music.
Baptist Church
Rally Day. Sunday school at 10;
worship 11. B. Y. P. U. 7. Evening
service 8. The pastor will speak on
"The Soul of the Soldier in France."
Let every member and friend l prvs
ent. A hearty welcome and spiritual
fellowship for all. Public especially
invited.
LINN COINTY STILL BEHIND
(Continued from Page One)
Zone Harry Rudd, Sadie Jones, Jew
ell Jones, Winifred Walker. W. A.
Jones, John C. Tanner, Emily II.
Ward, Jas. II. Thompson, Congrega
tional Church, Mrs. Vera Stevens. Her
bert J. Skelton, J. W. Sellers, Mar in
E. Bilyeu, Clarence K. Mirkel, W. II.
Trask, Wm. Henry Stover. Benj. Nick,
erson, Gladys McCourt, Ransom B.
Tower, H. W. Stratton, Deter Ba ma
lm r Lanktree, Wm. Thus. Christy,
Clay II. Henshaw, Ruht. D. Snell, Mr.
and Mrs. Smith Cox, J. L. Hill, Roy E.
TODAY
Charles
RAY
in
A Nine o'CIock
Town
New Fall Coats, Suits,
Dresses and Skirts
AT A SAVING FROM $1.00 to $15.00
On a Garment
J. H. BIKMAN
138 V. IstSU Albany
Prices
20 and 35c
Plus Tax
ROLFE
The Soul ,hi Soldier
Beneath the khaki uniform beats a heart of strength and a soul of
white. If you want s glimpse into the Soul of the Soldier as he
goes "over the top" facing certain destruction, hear this sermon on
"The Soul of the Soldier in France" at the Baptist church, 8 p. m.
Sunday, by G. H. Young. You are most welcome
03
YOU'LL get right up
on your hind legs and
root for Charles Ray
through each foot of
this film. He brings
"big city ideas" to a
"one-horse town," lays
low the plans of the
schem i n g "vampire"
and as the English -man
would say, "Mv
word ! He's a corker!"
03
Rolfe
SUNDA
MONDAY
5c and 15
Theda
TODAY
The Fall
OF THE
Romanofs
Bara
IN
The Rose of
Blood
also
A PARAMOUNT-MACK
BENNETT COMEDY
LADIES FIRST
usual price
'A
SUNDAY
SUNSHINE NAN
starring
ANN PENNINGTON
CHARLEY CHAPLIN
In
THE ROUSTABOUTS
BURTON HOLMES TRAV
ELOGUE Usual Prices
COME
Dov d, Ralph A. Mmphy, Chin. Co,
Caruln Cannon, Flora A. Mason, Gil
bert Groshung, Ray Smith, Molli K.
Walch, John F. James, Bernard Bid
ders, Mariette Palmer, W. M. Parker,
Floyd Scott. G. T. Scott. Stowell
Dawson, Fred Dawson, Clyde Dan
nals, Albert P. Conley, Allan C. Stell
macher, J. I. Applegate, Carl Gaber,
Rose K. Ruis, Ida M. Thrasher, Dor
othy Walker, I. L. Hood. Wm. U Linn,
John Manpiis, Mr. and Mrs. Franryl
Howard, Wm. II. Gerrish, Frances II.
Kallnck, E. M. Perfect, Geo. A. Asche,
Waller Hudkins, Arthur A. McKay.
Jas. R. Chamtiera, Louis 11. Jacks, J.
V. Shank, W: G. Obrist, Dick B.
Miller, Sadie II. Barker. Sainuil A
Pimnn, Mr. and Mrs. Koht. Marsh,
Dempsey Wills, Riley II. Hawkins, E.
L. Hawkins, Mrs. J. J. l.indgreu. T.
M. Humphreys, Iwson A. Wood, Pat
Bohan, Esther May Md'hesney, Hen
ry A Alice Lyons, Geo. L. Mayer,
Hugh Worley, Wiley A. kimsey.
Stronger than the Law
WORK SHOES fur men. Nu better shoes will you find elsewhere-
few as good. Buying them In tremendous largo quantities for this gi
gantic urgnniiation of 107 busy stores enables us to undersell all coin.
petition.
STRONGFR TIIAN THE LAW Work shoe II.M
STRONG ER-THAN-TI IE-LAW 12. In. high tup shoes WW
STUONCKU THAN TMK LAW Mln, high top shoes 18.00
WKYKNIIEKU WORK SHOES for service I2.V8 $3.50 I3.V8 $4.M. 5.D0
WOMEN'S DRESS SHOES 0-lti. grey cloth top lace shoes 6.90, T.W
tl-iuch brown cloth top taoa shoes $8.Vfl
V-ltu'h brown all kid lace shoes MW
O-inch black all kid luce shoes $1,118, $3.tK, $a.0
We carry the largest line of medium dress shoes In the Valley, at
$2,118. $3.50. $3,118. $4.98
BIG GIRLS' SCHOOL SHOES $2.08. $3.50, $3.8. $!.
7 CT
Inoorpcrated
fj ineorpcraTod
Op ItuH.nr Trlu
Frank Barrett went to Independ
ence this morning on busmen.
To Attend Fair
Mis Mae Lewi went to Salem this
muminir to nttnd th fair.
COMING GLOBE
Next Tuesday and Wednesday
DOUG FAIRBANKS
in
MR. FIX-IT
MARGUERITE CLARK
in
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN
THURSDAY
"The Owners of
Swift & Company"
(Now Over 22,000)
Did it ever occur to you that you can
partake of Swift & Company's profits,
and also share its risks, by becoming a
co-partner in the business? It is not a
close corporation.
You can do this by buying Swift & Company
shares, which are traded in on the Chicago and
Boston stock exchanges.
There are now over 22,000 shareholders of
Swift & Company, 3,500 of whom are employes' of
the Company. These 22,000 shareholders include
7,800 women.
Cash dividends have been paid continuously for
. thirty years. The regular rate at present is 8 per cent.
The capital stock is all one kind, namely, com
mon stock there is no preferred stock, and this
common stock represents actual values. There is no
"water," neither have good will, trade marks, nor pat
ents been capitalized.
This statement is made for your information and
not for the purpose of booming Swift & Company
stock.
We welcome, however, live stock producers,
retailers, and consumers as co-partners.
We particularly like to have for shareholders the
people with whom we do business.
This leads to a better mutual understanding.
Year Book of interesting and
instructive facts sent on request.
Address Swift ft Company,
Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois
Swift & Company
President
MONDAY, Big program day