The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920, October 14, 1918, Page 4, Image 4

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    THE EVENING NEWS MONDAY, OCTOBER 14. 1918.
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NAMES. AGES AND NUMBERS OF MEN
Those New Waists
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Fresh Eastern oysters, any style,
at the Grand Grille. tl
The best kodak flmsntng.
Photo & Kodak Shop.
Fall opening at the Follyanna. De
licious chicken tamales. Come and
look them over. ol4
Go to the Grand Grill and order
fresh Eastern oysters, served in any
Btyle. . tf
Cull apples and pears for sale.
Umpqua Valley Fruit Union. UTlng
your boxes. tf
V Have you tasted the Pollyanna
chicken tamales. They always go,
down with a call for more. o!4
Socond hand pianos ' for solo.
Three 2nd hand' pianos cheap. ' Oct's
Music Store. If
Leave your subscriptions for
magazines with Alden Harness at the
Fiction Library. nip
Runyan dahlia blooms for sale, 25
centB per dozen at the garden, 804
Mosher street, tf
One thousand IbB. onion sots and
few pounds Oregon Yellow Danver
onion seod grown by Lloyd Cole
Hosoburg, for sale at the Uinpqua
Valley Fruit Union. Order early, tf
ROSEBURC
Age
Arriving Today!
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Now is the time to make your selection-
and $3.98, newest styles
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We Save You Money
on Every One.
OUT THIS ADV. OUT.
Cut -hie adv. out and bring it
to Clark & Clark before Nov. 15
an we will make yop one dozen
of a beautiful $0.00 Foto's for
only $2.76. Over Rosebm-g Na-
tlonal Bank. Tills adv. will alp-
pear only three times.
Clark's
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Have your duds Cleaned ana press
ed by BloDer. the cleaner ana presser.
All work promptly attended to and
litlsfactlon guaranteed. tf
All the latest novelties lr portiai-
ture. at the only reliable Clark &
Clark studio, over RoBebiirg Na
tlonal Bank. tf
Fall planting Is best- for onion sets
for early spring onlonB. Buy sets
now, home grown, at the Umpqua
Valley Fruit Unios. tf
Riunyan's Gardens are now ready
to take ordlers for dahlia bulbs.
Place your order now for your bulbs
to be delivered next May. phone 38-J.
204 W. Mosher St. tl
The new dusting process Installed
by Sloper, the cleaner and prosser.
eradicates every particle of dust
from your clothing before they are
pressed and cleaned, thus assuring
you of the most sanitary methodB
employed in handling your work. The
only sanitary dusting machino in the
city. tf
!The Best Store For!
Winter Coats!
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NEAT, NIFTY GARMENTS IN A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT ARK
NOW HEADY FOR YOUK INSPECTION.
Our Line of Silks Is the Best
EVER SHOWN IN UOSEHURG IT HAS NO EQUAL AND MANY
ItEAUTIFUL PATT1SRNS AltE AT YOUR DISPOSAL,
A Nice Line of Furs
FOR WINTER IS NOW ON DISPLAY. CALL AND INSPECT OUR
WINTER LINK OF CJOODB WINCH IS COMPLETE IN EVERY
PARTICULAR.
I. ABRAHAM;
OFFCON
MAJESTIC
ALWAYS A G00P SHOW
Matinee Every Day, 2 to 5
Evenings, 7:30-11 New Time
Closed until
quarinteen
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No. Name
Spallnger, Albert, Roseburg.
Spencer, Honry Clayton, Winchester.
SandqulBt, Klans Emit. Elgarose.
Strickland, William Edson, Roseburg.
Stephens, Allen John Horbert, Ruckles.
Stevens, Jesse Thomas, Yoncalla.
Scheunemann, Otto, Roseburg.
Sehlln, Edwurd Alexander, Yoncalla.
Smith, Lloyd Hamilton, Sutherlln.
Sellock, Lee Wilbur, Sutherlln.
Stark, Churles Augustus, Sutherlln.
Safley, Fred Earl, Sutherlln.
Shaver, Ralph ThoinnB, Sutherlln.
Stovall, Robert Walter, Roseburg.
Slaughter, Elzy, Roseburg.
Starmer, Elijah Cummlngs, Roseburg.
Stuart, Claude Arthur, Roseburg.
Sether, Alvln Fernando, Roseburg.
Shamp, George Edwin, Roseburg.
Short, John Victor, Roseburg.
Spencer, John Carroll, Roseburg.
Scott, Samuel M., Roseburg.
Sanders, Orval Roy, Roseburg.
Smith, Willie Edward, Roseburg. .
Strickland, Charles Emerson, Roseburg.
Smith, William, Roseburg.
Standley, Edward Philip, Roseburg.
Shields, Charles Patrick, Roseburg.
Smith, John Frederick, Cainas Valley. '
Smith, Leslie Justin, Dothan.
Stone, Alonzo Perry, Edenbower.
Stephens, Elbert William, Roseburg.
Shockley, Joseph, Roseburg.
Short, Stephen Douglas, Wilbur.
Smith, Aubrey Garrison, Roseburg.
Stewart, Elnler Harlan, Dothan.
Shaw, John William, Dothan.
Smith, Willard Keith, Dixonvllle.
Smith, Bertram Arnold, Roseburg.
Stoble, Floyd Aulston, CamaB Valley.
Sagaberd, Frank Benjamin, Gardiner.
Safley, Joseph Franklin, Days Creek.
Sutton, John, Days Creek.
Stauffer, Frederick, Roseburg.
Smith, Laurence Malcom, Elkton.
Sawyers, Isaac Gard, Elkton.
Solomon, Frank Burton, Elkton.
-Sawyers, John Jacob, Elkton. 1
Swearlngen, Clydo, Elkton.
Smith, Etsel, Elkton.
Schad, Philip, Elkton.
Schad, Geory Lloyd, Elkton.
Strickland, Alfred Orlando, Looking Glcs
Sinclair, John, Looking Glass.
Schuldt, William, Kellogg.
Spooner, Rupert Garfield, Oakland.
Smith, James Pltzer, Kellogg.
Schulze, Frederick Herman, Dillard.
Smith, Orant DeLaucy, RuckleB.
Strode, Ermal Otto, Myrtle Creek.
Stlltner, Ross, Perdue.
Shelton, William Frank, Myrtle Creek.
Seymour, Vivus M., Drain.
Schoen, Julius A., Drain.
Speerstra, Bronno Samuel, Drain.
-Swearlngen, Bert, Drain.
Sumner, James fc., Drain.
Sanders, George D., Drain.
Swearlngen, Deliuar E., Drain.
Sanders, Vernle R., Drain.
Shewey, William Glenn, Roseburg.
Stapleton, Harry Hayes, Roseburg. .
Smith, Harry Emmet, Reedsport.
Smith, Ernest William, Ash.
Stickney, John Francis, Ash.
Smith, David Alexander, Reedsport.
Sllenlus, Carl Oscar, Poel.i
Sagaberd, Gard, Scottsburg.
Steiner, Albert, Reedspout.1
Smith, Iver Hanson, Glendale.
Swan,' Gary Edward, Looking Glass.
Shrum, George Vernon, Glide.
Smlck, James Philip, Canyonville.
Simmons, Willam Carril, Brockway.
Swan, Lloyd Henry, Looking Glass.
Stromquist, William, Looking Glass.
Seeley, Earl M., Looking Glass.
Starrett, James Vaughn, Riddle.
Springer, Clarence Rudolph, Azalea.
Short, John Holman, Riddle.
Swarts, Walter, Riddle.
Stebblns, Walter Lock, Riddle.
Simmons, Charles Lester, Riddle,
Ice, Charles, Camas Valley.
Stanley, Jonathan Leroy, Roseburg.
Stanley, Albert Elmer, Roseburg.
Smith, John Francis, Roseburg.
Stoble, John Thomas, Camas Valley.
Stevenson, Harry, Myrtle Creek.
Lyster, Harry James, Reedsport.
Smith, James Emmet, Reedsport.
Swuggert, Fred Emery, Gardiner.
Smith, Lee Vernon, Camas Valley.
Travltch, Dan, Reedsport.
Tolson, Georgo Franklin, Koler.
Ticknor, Harry Weyburn, Glendale.
Tuttlo, Hugh Max, Glendale.
Townsend, Conrad, Keedttport.
Thompson, Winfleld Ezra, Scottsburg.
Travltch, Pete, Reedsport.
Tonolo, Steve, Divide.
Tonolo, Natalo, Divide.
Tolar, John, Reedsport.
Taber, Howard Weston, Reeasport.
Turpln. John Francis, Scottsburg.
Taylor, Charles Franklin, Fernvale.
Tyver, David Clydo, Fernvale.
Torbot, Joseph Ellis, Reedsport.
Throne, Edward Cnrl, Anchor.
Thomas, Hurry Edward, Glendale.
Thornton, Clarence Frank. Riddle.
Trueinan, Georgo Henry, Cainas Valley.
Tuohlma, Johan Erie, Reedsport.
Sang, Lee, Gardiner.
Thrush, Ell Abraham, Cainas Valley.
Thomas, Rhud Otis, Elkton.
Tuber, Ashley Timothy, Roseburg. ,
, Thornton, Clarence Eugene, Dixonvllle.
Thomason, Lewis M.. Drew.
Tison, Moses M., Drew.
Tison, Grover Cleveland, Drew.
Tapp, James Bryan, Elkton.
Tyler. Grafton. Ton Mile.
Trussell, Ernest Franklin, Ruckles.
Trask, George Elbrldge, Myrtle Creek.
Tibblts, Harry Arthur, Myrtle Creek.
Tracy, Chester Benjamin, Dillard.
Tripp, Frank Adelbort, Azalea.
Tostevln, Clarence Lemprlvle. Oakland.
Thompson, Vestor Andrew. Oakland.
Truemler, Ludwlg Theodore, Ouklund.
Todd, John William, Oakland.
Towno, Frank Herbert, Roseburg.
Thomas, William Luther, Roseburg.
Trefren, Jonas Marsh, Roseburg.
Trultt, Hoy Lntla, Oakland.
Thiele, Herman George, Oakland.
Turpln, Charles, Leona.
Teague, Robert Elmer, Leona.
Thornburg, Luther Henry, Umpqua.
Thompson, Oren Clarence, Umpqua.
Thra3her, Ralph Edward, Leona.
Totten, Elmer Eugene, Glendale.
Thomas, George Joseph, Roseburg.
Thomas, Lester Franklin. Roseburg.
Tudor, Ezra Amos, Sutherlln.
Turner, William Duffey, Wilbur.
Telford, John Mnrkland, Roseburg.
Thull, John Mathew, Roseburg.
Thompson, Robert Rufua, Yoncalla.
(To s continued.)
Address
School
Children
Don't let them suffer from
poor eyealght!
Our uptomotrlst Is -at your
service for the examination of
your child's eyes have it made
today anu know to a certainty
whether or not glasses are
necessary.
BUBAR BROTHERS
Registered Optometrist.
104 Jackson Street.
REPUBLICANS HELPED
PASS WAR MEASURES
Patriotism of Oregon's Con
gressmen Is Unfairly
Assailed.
On
prietor
Cafeteria
days.
Phone
Melrose.
The manufactured and unsupported
charge that "the election of a 'Republi
can CongreBS in November would be
a source of comfort and elation to the
Kaiser and his cohortB," comes with
poor grace from the Democrats in
these critical times when it is recalled
that the votes of Republican members
of Congress were required to pass the
conscription bill and other important
war measures. The votes of these
Republicans were positively necesBarjr
at times when leading Democratic
Congressmen balked at the President's
war program and not only refused to
support hut actively opposed some of
the more vital war measures.
And yet, despite this fact and the
further fact that the President has In
sisted that "politics Ib adjourned," the
Democratic National Committee is in
dustriously circulating through its
campaign literature the charge that
the election at this time of other than
Democrats to Congress would give
"comfort and elation to the Kaiser and
his cohorts."
.-In view of the. records of Senator
McNary and Representatives Hawley,
Slnnott and McArthur, who have at all
times supported the President's war
program, this sort of propaganda
should be vigorously resented by the
voters of this state, Irrespective of
their political affiliations. This un
founded imputation that the four Re
publican nominees for Congress from
this Btate are not dependably 100 per
cent patriotically American can be
best repudiated by electing them by
decisive mtitnrltiPB
'MONDAY IS WAKGA1.1 DAY.
'Monday is bargain day at the
Roseburg Cleaning and Pressing
Works. Men's suits French Drj
cleaned and pressed for 1.00. Al
work given prompt attention. Bar
gain day prices do not include call
Ing for clothes or making deliveries.
Bring your clothes In. tl
STORE CIAWED TUESDAY.
Owing to the death of H. W. Llnd
sey, father of Mrtnager Oscar Lind
say, of the Pocples Supply Co., and
the IHiner&l occurring tomorrow, the
store will be closed all tflay Tuesday,
Oct. 15 PEOPLES SUPPLi CO.
NOTICE.
A and' II Companies, Third Separ
ate Batallion, will hold' no further
(ilrills until notified by commanding
officer on acount of the epidemic of
influenza. By order of Percy Webb
Com. of Batallion.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to express of our sincere
thanks and appreciation of the many
friends and memebers St. George's
church and Guild, the Eastern Star
and Garden Valley Ladles' Club for
the many aeeds of kindness and. sym
pathy shown us, and for the beauti-
ul floral offcrlngssent during the
sickness and loss of our little girl
Eliza both.
MR. AND MRo. G. W. PHILLIPS
MR. AND ...RS. J. J. TOOLEY.
JOSEPHINE TOOLEY.
MR. AND MR3. ALLEN ENGLISH
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
Owing to the fact that duties at
my farm are keeping me extremely
busy It will bo Impossible to make a
further canvass of the ' county to
meet the many voters in behalf of
my candidacy for county commission
er, but I wlli appreciate your support
at the coming general election.
019 EDWIN WEAVER,
Kodak finishing by on who knows
how to give you the beat. Clark's
Photo ft Kodak Shop. tf
NEW TODAY.
LOST Eactmonn kodak,
phone 422-R. Reward.
Finder
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GEESE FOk SALE 40 Tolouse
geese for sale, cheap. Inquire
1-F21. Address C. C. Long, Cleve
land, Ore. , tf
Get in the
Fourth Liberty Loan
Do not be discouraged! because you cannot actually
fight on the front. You can get into the Fourth Liberty
Loan. . If you are not already a subscriber to this series
you can do it today by subscribing for a liberal amount
of bonds all you can afford.
TheRoseburNational Bank
Roseburg, Ore.
CLOSED. . j
account of Illness-of the pro
JOLLY JOTTINGS.
and employes the Rosoburg There lives a young lady In Arden
will
closed for "a few
Whoso heart Is beginning to harden,
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She's out twenty dollars
For dresses and collars
To wear in her forty cent garden.
ORPHA COLLINS.
11F26 lor wood. R. Stubbs,
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Over Seven Hundred Jewelers
united under the name Hallmark Stores for the
purpose of producing a special line ef jewelry,
watches and silverware, bearing the trade mark
Hallmark and sold exclusively by them. .
Volume of SaleS Over 30,000,000 ,
These seven hundred jewelers do a total annual
business of over $30,000,000. This vast volume
gives them a buying power which reflects to
your advantage, since they are able to sell
merchandise of the highest quality at "lower
prices than their competitors ' '' "' r"r'
One Jeweler in Each City
There can be only one Hallmark jeweler in each
city. That, jeweler is chosen because of his
known, reputation for quality goods and fair
y dealing. You can depend on the suggestions arid
recommendations of any Hallmark jeweler.
Hallmark Benefits the Consumer
That name is stamped, on every piece of mer-"
chandise whether it be a watch, a brooch,
Sheffield plate, a vanity case, or any article in
the exclusive Hallmark line. Hallmark goods
. are guaranteed to give entire satisfaction and
are sold at exactly the same prices in every
Hallmark Store in the United States. "
A. S. HUEY COMPANY
On Cass Street, by'the Big Clock.
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Ladies!
i Housekeepers!
Attention!
A shipment of brown cooking ware
Just received, including small yellow
mixing bowls, and an entirely new
pattern called tlie Reno Egg Don I,
formed especially for use In beating
eggs, etc. Rami kins, Custard Cups,
Casseroles, Casserole Insets, Bean
Pots, and a small assortment of
brown Tea Pots. Also several sizes
of Nappies.
Churchill Hardware Co.
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