PAfiR SIX AMUN1 OUR.. wKDNRHDAYi' FEB. 4. 1928 MitvWMvwim - SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY RAG RUGS Size 21x13 ins. $1.00 Sixe 18 x 3G ins. ,50c f (You 'can't afford to lie without these useful rug when you enn get thonv now nt about half the pneu you would usually nay.' For the kitchen, hath room, bed rooms or for inakuiK tloor or porch pillows, In medium dark color combination with fringed ends. For Friday and Saturday only 80c and $1.00 ftRY (UMDS FLOOD'S HiRMSHlNGS -Bryan's Child to Be Citizen f Vv W V i "Ik Mrs Rulh Brviiii i.iV4'n diiuuhler of VVilllin.i J liti:s Hrvuu lti .tl lillcauiMi It.r Aiiin-i ciiizriship.. whlr-h !hf hmt it. i..iimin..? wIkmi ne tmirrtwl Mxiur Ktiruml''. uu.n .if the- British -.iriuv oww, is fiort living ' '-'.." ut Itie Rrvnn honie in Flurulii Ve- ' 3f:ff SHELBURN PEOPLE VISIT AT ALBANY IN INTEREST OF ROADS SHELBURN, Feb. S (Special) Several' men from Shelburn vicinity visited the county seat Tuesday in interest of bettor roads. T. M. and H. A. Russell with their families visited W. H. McLain's Sunday. .. .-i..';., ..... H. O. Shilling was shopping in Shelburn Monday. Mrs. Oral Bates and Lola George were shopping in Shelburn Saturday. Lee George and Cal Trollinger made a business trip to Salem Mon-, day.'' -"'' ' Carl Smith made a business trip to Scio Wednesday forenoon. Oral Bates and Walter George took a load of fat porkers to Mill City lr.s'. Thursday. Homer Bussell and family of Grass Valley, Oregcn, drove through in their car last week and they had no trouble with the mud until they were within a half mile of his brother Thcron's Tlace where they were mired and hod to leave the car and walk the rest of the way. : The mud will soon be to. deep for traffic on one of the main county roads from, Albany to Stay-ton. T. J. Gibbons made a business trio to Albany Monday, in the interest of good roads. The woodchuck did not have an opportunity to view his shadow Monday at Shelburn. H. O. Shilling attended the phone meeting at Scio city hall Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith of Shelburn depot visited Hobert Hoaglund, and family, Sunday evening. Bob Kelley lost a fine Jersey cow last week. Carl Smith has a sick cow. Dr. Kormck of Stayton is caring for her. George C. Miller wan appointed supervisor for road district 14 by the county court Monday. SIX OFFICIALS ARE ACCUSED BY CLEAVER ( Continued from page 1) the first to start a fight against me. "I started out with the idea that the Klan should be included in the cooperative plan for the prohibition department and th,c enforcement of the liquor laws. "I recommended for employment two men endorsed by the Klan leaders and they were both impossible, as admitted by their Mr. Klctzmg in his testimony before your committee; but in spite of this knowledge the Klan crgan. The Western American, CgSBjaiToday & Friday REMEMBER This is Pola Negri's best American made picture 'We are showing it to our patrons ahead of any other city in the coast. ' . ' . IT, IS A PREMIERE SHOWING! 03 dad.1 A romance-thriller produced with tiie same HumptuousnoKS "Forbidden Paradise, by the director of "The Thief of Hag- rou ll bo spellbound from the first flash to the last. - Christy Comcdy-No Advance in Prices -Pathc News ...... 30c, 25c, and! Oc "GibsonGhT Win, "'' " 1,1 ,v. A hrs- A mwiiTii "liitiwn jrlfl"' Is Mojol rol.'tiuin. who has hiHn wI.'KmI um oop nf AmcrlrA s nn tM.iuillftil wo. min Sht wiu. ndilfl in ih( hut when six arttslH WuniMl h.r. 1o mlilitlon to having lh(1n(u.t hi'auliful hnmla In the countrv shp hup won tlrM prlxa "tn ivvo mld-wcst lH.timy contests. then edited by Lorn A. Dover, started the fight on the governor, on me and my agents and the prohibition department, which later became the regular sport of the leading dailies of Oregon. Cleaver renewed his plea for more funds with which to work, and declared that though he had made many mistakes- in pioneering the prohibition department work, he had no npobgies to mnke and in no wny wishud to shift responsibility. Ho intimated that ho himself had been deceived by Herwig ns to the origin of the low creating the prohibition department. - Less Than Wholesale Prices BARGAIN NO. 1 I 49 lb sack C.rown Flour; 50c can Royal Baking Powder for $2.75 BARGAIN NO. 2 1 49-lb. Sack Olympic Flour and 1 lb. Calumet Baking Powder, for t $2.70 Better take advantage of this sale as flour is due for an advance. Coffee in Bulk No. 1 extra good regular 50c; this week only, lb. 46c No. 2 very good, regular 43c lb; this week, only, lb .39c Can Coffee Royal Club, lb. .. 53c 3 lbs for .... $1.15 Maxwell House Coffee 1 lb. Can ... 51c 5 lb. Can $2.50 Royal Baking Powder 25c size for ..... . 21c 50c for 42c. K. C. Taking Powder 50c size for ..... 45c ; 25c size for .... . 21c Schilling Bak. Powder 25c size for .... . 21c 50c size for 42c A full line fresh vegetables. Four free deliveries daily.. Your patronage solicited..' SEARS' First and Ferry ' Phones ...... 89-90. Komcmhcr Searn' Butternut Bread Rtnnds for flavor, nutriment and health-giving qualiticH. 'Don'li Hny bread, Buy "Sear's Butternut." Safely-first in health. Our 571-Store Power Buyinjc Stives You-Money i i i n i i s u -Mm fan iiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiai, - ' vt ii u a CI . II I SB vyBi II For U8H. Buyintt Most For U'hh 571 DEPAHTMENT STORES ALBANY, OREGON Advanced Showing of Q 1 A ! O In, JVewDisplays of NodeUWliicfcre of Surpassiixg Iuteresi toTmeuandMssw! Smartly Styled Dresses of Wool, Flannel and Silk ' : . ' ' . , "'' The dresses pictured nrc typical of the various pleasing styles wc are showing. You must sec the colors and feci the splendid materials for yourself I These dresses await your approval. Sec them as soon as possible. x ;; Flare Skirts Are very chic, btjt we ore showing the straight line skirt ns well. Each it 'equally moditth. $9.90 to J Blouses Of Silk Bright colors arc fashion's decree and these blouses show it. Briht tans, blues., greens and yellows arc hero. $3.98 to $9.90 Sport Skirts For Women Popular- plaid flannels in tan, grey and blue. If you arc looking for a sport costume for Spring see theno skirts first. $5.90 to $9.90 New Hats for Spring Style With Economy. What woman doesn't want a new Spring Hat now? We are showing attractive, ncw-ttylc Millinery at such low prices I You'll like the new colors some soft and dulr others bright and flaring, Flowers, ribbons, pompoms, straw cf- ' fects, and feathers are the trimmings used. The Tyrolean crown is fashionable. Wc have a group of smart hats, alluringly priced at $1.98 to $6.90 The Last Word In Style --is spoken in these Coats The wclconio sprlnit brlngn thoao ehnrniliiK coats with horl. They do full justice too, to this happiest and most lieautiful of seasons for theso coats are tho very essence of stylel They nro smartly tailored with silk HniiiKs and all tho featiinis which distinguish smnrt. Knring Coats, Contrast Trimming Contrasts In colors nro modish. Sov-einl coals nro trimmed with fino silk , hriiid. Homo havo fur trimmings. Tim tuxedo efftvt Is enrrod nut n aoino by shawl collars. Chic Colors . Unusual shades prodomlna'.n. Silver irrey, Titian Sand, Tiger's Kyo, (iolillii blue, or Golf (ireen nro poino of tho newer niiines of newer colors. Tho prlcn rongo Is ono of worthy values! $12.75 to 49.75 tlMM-.MIMmHHmmMHIHH.IU' IIIIIIIIIIIIIHH?
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