The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920, October 24, 1918, Page 4, Image 4

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THH EVENING NEWS THt 'ltflDAV, 0(WUKH 111, J Mi ft.
-GETTING HEADY FOR W , Jt WORK
LADIES' NECKWEAR
In Latest Novelties
New shipment of choice
numbers is now ready
for your inspection at
49c, 69c, 98c, $1.49
SAVE MONEY. HERE !
& CITY NEWS : 0
, The Cafeteria Is now open.
15. B. 'Holt left yesterday on a
short business trip to Portland.
The best KoaaK nmsntng. Clark's
Photo & Kodak Shop. tt
Mr. and Mrs Roy Wilter of Grants
I'ass were In Roseburg Tuesday on
business., ,,. .
Misses Dorothy and Nellie Mead
of Wilbur spent a day in the city
shopping. ,
Runyan dahlia blooms for sale, 25
cents per dozen at the garden, 804
Mosher street. tf
Mrs. Fox and Mrs. Root two Leona
residents spent the day in Roseburg
attending to business matters. .
Second hand pianos for sale,
Three 2nd hand) pianos cheap, ott's
Music Store. . . ' tf
Mrs. A. A. Wolfe returned to her
home In Oakland after spending the
morning on Wednesday shopping in
the city.- '
Leave your subscriptions for
magazines with Alden Harness at the
Fiction Library. nip
Mrs. D. A. McCord who has been
visiting with her slBter Mrs. Welker
of The Mount Alto ranch returned
to her home at Isadore.
Have your duds creaneir ana press
ed by Sloper, the cleaner and pressor.
All work promptly attended to and
lAtlsfactlon guaranteed. tf
W, S, Parks and Mrs. -Parks of
lllendalo returned to their home on
Wednesday nftor Handing several
lays In Winchester and Roseburg
vlBltlng with relatives.
One thousand lbB. onion sets and
tow pounds Oregon Yellow Danver
onion seed grown by Lloyd Cole
Rosoburg, for sal at the Umpqua
Valley Fruit Union. Order early, tf
The daughters of the late Mr.
Hamblln of Cayonvllle loft for tholr
homes yestordlny. Mrs. Reeves livos
nt Hood River whjle Mrs. Van Schol
Bck lives at Cottage Grove.
The new dusting process Installed
by Sloper, the cleaner and pressor,
eradicates every particle of dust
from your clothing before they are
pressod and cleaned, thus nssurlng
you of the most sanitary methods
employed In handling your work. The
only sanitary dusting machine in tho
city. tf
Mrs. Anna Gilo of Seattle who has
boon vlHltllng with her brother Mr.
. W. Rynn, and her niece Mrs. An
derson both of this oity, loft for
her home In the Washington metro
polls yesterday. Mrs. Gl'.e was ac
companied by Mrs. Hours who will
MAJESTIC
Closed until
quarantine
is raised.
visit with her for a vew weeks.
The Cafeteria is now open. '
Mrs. Copey Lang was registered
at the Umpqua .yesterday.
Fresh Eastern oysters, any style,
at the Grand Grille. tf
Mrs. Lena Cook and Mrs. L. A.
Hill were visitors from Glendale to
day. : , - ; . ' ' .
Miss Esther Christensen of Salt
Lake Is registered at the Umpqua
Hotel.
Kodak finishing by one who knows
how to give, you the best. Clark's
Photo & Kodak Shop. tl
F. S. Glover left for a short busi
ness trip to GrantB Pass this morn
ing. Go to tne urand Grill and order
fresh Eastern oysters, served In any
style. tf
Mrs. M. E. McCormack and daugh
ter Miss Alma are the guests of Mrs.
O. A. Rose, of this city.
Mrs. M. S. Allen of Portland ar
rived here last evening to visit with
her mother Mrs. Cracroft of this city.
Fall planting Is best for onion sets
for early Bpring onions. Buy sets
now, home grown, at the Umpqua
Valley Fruit Union. tf
Mrs. Flossie Verden arrived in this
city last evening to spend, several
weeks with her parents Mr. and Mrs.
Dave Shambrook.
Mr. and Mrs. W.' A. Power arrived
from Michigan lust evening to spend
the next few weeks visiting with
friends and relatives.
Word was received here last night
that JnmeB Boyor who 1b quite ill
with Pnoumonia at Mt. Angel was
in a precarious condition.
Runyan's Garuens are now ready
to take ordlers for dahlia bulbB.
Place your order now for your bulbB
to be delivered next May. Phone 38-.I.
204 W. Mosher St. tf
E. C. Stiles, secretary and trea
surer of the Southern Oregon Mis
sionary Society, returned to li 1b home
here Inst night after spending the
past week In Cottage Grove on bu
siness. '
ISngllsli Walnuts, Just picked, fresh
and sweet, grown In Douglas county,
4 pounds for. one dollar while they
last. These are line large grafted
nuts, Bocuro your wintor supply new.
Uniqua Valley- Fruit Union, Win
chester street. tf.
C. P. Hncltntt formor tolegraph
operator lor the S. P. Co., pnssed
thru here ypRterdny enroute to Port
land whero ho will be lnduotod Into
tho Service and sent to Fort Ben
jamin Harrison, Indiana. Mr. Haclt-
ott will be In the Engineer depart-
nioiit.
ALWAYS A G00P SHOW
Matinee Every Day, 2 to 5
Evenings, 7:30-11 New Time
0 CITY NEWS
The Cafeteria, is now open.
Mark Hannah, of Garden Valley
spent the day in town.
Phone 11FZ6 tor wood. R. Stuhbs,
Melrose. tf
Private C. C. Martenson arrived
here today with the body of the late
James Parazoo from Camp Dodge.
Iowa. Private Martenson is a mem
ber of the 14th Infuntery, Co. D.,
which is the same organization to
which Private Parazoo belonged.
E. T. Brusselle wifo and two sons
passed thru here this morning In n
overland car mouol 09, carrying izaM
pounds welKht. Mr. Brussells it
making the trip to San Francisco
from Portland on a wager with the
Overland Agent In Portland.
Mr. Harvey Hill whose wife a re
cent victim of the Spanish Influenza
Is reported, to be very 111 at his home
in Ten Mile. A small son is also very
sick with the disease, according-to
reports from neighbors who were In
town today. i
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to thank the many kind
neighbors and friends who renderes
loving services during the recent
orief nines of our wife and mother,
and who offered consolation In the
hour of our bereavement.
W. A. DIMMICK and family,
IMPOUNDING NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that I have
taken up and Impound one Jersey
three year old nelfer with crop and
slit In right ear, no brands, and un
less claimed, 1 will offer for sale and
sell the same according to law at
public auction at 1 o'clock p: m., Sat
urday, October 20, 1918, at the city
Pound. D. R. SHAMBROOK,
0-25 City Marshal.
NEW HAPI
EN1NGS
G
Mrs. Margaret Amspoker, who has
spent the summer at her old home
In , Columbus, Ohio, Is now enroute
to this icity. She will arrive next
week to spend the winter with her
son. E. C. Amspoker, of the a. P. Co.
They will occupy the beautiful resi
dence of John Hanks on Willis ave
nue. The many friends of Mrs.-Am-
spoker will welcome her to our city
again.
Mr. and Mrs. Arlet Smith and their
little daughter are the guests of Mrs,
Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Johnson, at tne Valley Queen Farm
Levi Wood is butchering some fine
beeves which he sells to the various
mills In this valey.
W. B. Hurst, the sage of Wolf
Creek, was a city visitor this week,
He reports prosperity in our near-by
village.
Miss Alice Barton Is the guest of
Mrs. Geo. Bronham In this city.
Mr. and Mrs. William Hanks and
their llttlo daughters who have been
quite 111 with the grip, are all much
Improved at this time.
H. . Wilson and son, Leo, wore
county seat visitors last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Warrenford
have moved Into the .1. Hardling
house on Montgomery avenue.
Mrs. S. J. Bassel has our thanks
for a beautiful bouquet of cut flow
ers from her gardens nt her home
on Third street.
Rev. O. T. Morgan is finishing
his barn and getting ready for win
ter at the Church property on Willis
avenue.
Farmers along the Azalla river
line are hauling the fine products of
this valley to the city for shipment
elsewhere as well as to supply home
people.
The various mills about this city,
of which ..the Glendale Lumber Co.
Is the largest and best equipped, are
all Tunning on tlmo employing a
Inrgo force or men at work o all
kind and paying good wages.
Mr. and Mrs, Leslie Dungoy aro
visiting friends nt Medford this
week.
C. P. Totten, of Grants Puss, Is
the guest oi Mr. and Mrs. 1U. 10. Tot
ton this week. Mr. Totten has visited
the const nt Crescent City, also spent
some wooks at Klamath Fulls. He
Is in good health and has drlved his
Ford during tho past two mouths
many thousand miles.
C. S. Gnrrott, son of Mr. and Mrs.
1C. J. Garrett, of Grants Pnss, Is now
out of the hospital nt Camp Lewis.
Ho Is stll quite weak but his condi
tion Is very much improved we are
pteaBed to note.
The time for tho state and county
election is advancing and vhlle tnere
Is quite an interest felt by all ITiere
Is no useless talk going on. Our
slate ticket Is a very fine selection
of eminent men, who are nil win
ners. At tho head is our Governor
James Wlthycombe, and for U. S.
senator, ChaB. L. MoWary, both of
whom stnnd approved by the voters
or the state and they will both be
elected to tho offices to which they
aspire. Our county cnndldntos are
also mon who will do their whole
uuty, rogapdies of tear or ifnvor.
MOLLIK.
NEW TODAY.
FOR SALE House and lot, cheap.
$100 down, balance on terms. M.
P. c-o News.
FOR SALE-OFord truck, good i
ooujo JAieji ) OJinbui :naa
(Contlnuedl from page 1.)
Mrs. -Lizzie Epplng, Days Croek. 44
Mrs. Zolma W. VsnDyke, Drew.. 01
Ella Hlggins, Duys Creek 90
W. A. Norman, Drew 92
Walter Ralnville. Tiller - 114
Tony Erlebach, Tiller . . . ..120
Amos O. Buker, Perdue ....... .131
Glendale District, B. L. Darby, Chair
man. Quota $1100.
Lucy B. Savage, Anchor ....... 59
Tnos. C. Johns, Ulenuule 04
Mrs. E. B. Gubbert, Glendale ... '77
Clara W. Rydor, Glendale 119
W. O. Bernstein, Fernvale ....128
Sutherlln District, C. A. Stark,
Chairman. Quota $800.
C. S. Austin, Sutherlln ..... . . 24
Frank Gross, Wilbur 26
Mrs.. Mary O'Mara, Sutherlln... 27
1. J. Goff, Sutherlln 39
Mrs. R. O. Goff, Sutherlln 93
W. J. Shupe, Sutherlln 122
A. P. Slack, Sutherlln 130
Gardiner District, W. A. Uurdlck,
Chairman. Quota $1100, .
J. S. Gray, Gardiner 9
Marie Dewar, Sulphur Springs., 88
Geo. Slownecker, Gardiner .... 98
Emma C. Shelllnf,-Ada (Joint). 6
Chas. M. Ward, Earl (Joint) .... 0
C. M. Myrlck, Lakeside (Joint) . .7
Roedsport District, Joe Lyons, Chair
man. Quota $1000. ':
W. A. McHargue, Reedsport ... 41
M. A. Pyrltz, Reedsport 03
Arthur Walker, Reedsport -73
Sadie Smith, Reedsport 83
W. G. Hoagland, Reedsport .;..102
Bessie Andrews, Reedsport ....113
Ida B. Wessela, Reedsport ..,..117
E. A. Ivey, Winchester Bay . . , .137
J. H. Paxson, Reedsport ......138
Claude Noble, Templeton (Joint) 4
Elkton District, It. O. Thomas,
Chairman. Quota $400. - - '
Fred A. Andrus, ElktoH'. 34
C. A. Clements, Elkton! SB.
W. A. Peters, Kellogg 64
Geo. D. Madison, Kellogg 86
Wm. A. Clemo, Elkton 121
Mrs. A. B. Haines, Elkton 06
Geo. M. Swaggart, Elkton 80
Leona District, J. J. Kenny, Chair
man. Quota $700. -Mrs.
Saiinie Anlauf, Curtln .... 58
Mrs. Lena Warner, Gunter .... 07
J. B. Tucker, Leona 76
R. L. Rogers, Anlauf -..101
Roy Griggs, Comstock ,112
Mrs. F. M. Chapman, Divide, Jt. 3
Cnmns Valley District, WUfred
llrown, Chairman. .Quota $400.
J. W. Gurney, Restoni. 42
Mrs. Ethel Brown, Camas Valley 21
Chas. M. Slegel, Camas Valley.. 7?
Looking Glass District, Henry G.
Khuc, Chairman. Quota $400.
Nettie J. Cabot, Ten Mile ..... 7
Mrs. Eliza Talcott; Look. Glass 56
Minnie M. Wells, Olalja 49
O. A. Ohlsen, Olalla . . .. . .107
Dillard District, Loren L.. Miller,
Chairman. Quota $300.
C. L. Willis, DUlard 14
E. L. Rice, Dillard ..: ....100
F. G. Buell, Dillard . .116
Sarah Bolslnger, Dillard 134
Scottsburg District, Mrs. W. H. Fish
er, Chairman. Quota $200.
Fred Weatherly, Scottsburg 29
H. A. Carlson, Ash...'. .125
Brockwny District, I'.,' B. Nichols,
Chairman. Quota 200. ... .
JOHN S.
COKE
"For Justice of the Supreme
Court to Fill vacancy uausou
by the death of Justloe
Frank A. Moore"
Bs wrsto WRITE THIS NAME and X
In the right plaoo or your vote i
will NOT eounl
This adv. is paid for by John CM
Kendall, Marshneld, Ore.
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A. S. Huey Co.
ON OASS STREET
School
Children
Don't let them suiter from
poor eyesight!
Our optometrist Is at your
service for the examination of
your ahlld's eyes have It made
today ajnu know to a certainty
whether or not glasses are
necessary.
BUBAR BROTHERS
Registered Optometrist.
104 Jackson Street.
Coles Valley District, R. R. Clarke,
Chairman. Quota $300.
Henry Murphy, Coles Valley ... 17
Mrs. Jennie Norman, Millwood.. 45
Hazel Balrd, Umpqua 60
Myrtllla Emmett, Umpqua . . . . .129
Glide District; 1 Jolm Alexander,
Chairman. Quota $500.
W. J. Thornton, DIxonvllle .... 11
S. D. Chapman, Glide 12
Leslie Lilly, Glide 66
W. A. Smith, Glide 68
Mrs. Minnie Bills, Peel ... . ... .124
CROSS SOSnUSID CANAL,
PARIS, Oct. 24. Southeast of Le
cateau the French effected a crossing
of the Sambre canal east of Grand
Verley..
WANTED To buy team, wagon,
harness and a fresh cow. Phone
31F6. '
LODGE DIRECTORY.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, Alpha
Lodge No. 47, meets every Wed
nesday evening, cor. Jackson and
Cass Sts. Visitors always welcome,
SAM CHRISTIENSEN, C. C.
ROY F. DURBIN, M: F.
B. E. WIMBERLY. K. R. S.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD, Oak
Camp No. 125. Meets in the Odd
Fellows' hall in Roseburg every
1st and 3rd Monday evenings. Vis
iting neighbors always welcome.
J. M. THRONE, C. C.
M. M. MILLER. Clerk.
I. O. O. F Rising Star Lodge No. 174
metis in the Odd Fellows' Temple
every Friday evening. Visiting
brethren always welcome,
RALPH L. RUSSELL, N. G.
FOSTER BUTNER, V. G.
CARL W. OHMAN, Rec. Sec.
M. FICKLE. F. S.
O. E. S Rosoburg Chapter No. 8 -
Holds their regular meeting od
the 1st and 3rd Thursdays in each
month. Yislfring members ln-good
standing are respectfully invited
to attend.
. MISS MARGARET PAGE, W. M.
FREE JOHNSON. Sec'y.
REDEKAHS, RoseDurg Rebekah
Lodge, No. 41, I. O. O. F. Meets
In Odd Fellows' Temple every
Tuesday evening. Visiting sisters
and Dre:hren invited to attend.
MAY PATRICK, N. G.
BELLE STEPHENSON, Sec.
DELLA LEWIS. Fin. Sec.
A. F. & A. M., Laurel Lodge No. 13.
Regular communications 2nd and
fourth Wednesdays each month ai
Masonic Temple, Roseburg, Ore.
Visitors welcome.
O. P. COSHOW, W. M.
W. F. HARRIS, Secy.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE, Rose
burg lodge No. 1037 Meets sec
ond and fourth Wednesday even
ing of each month at 8 o'clock in
the Maccabee hall. All visiting
.Drotners are invited to attend.
GLENN WOODRUFF, Dictator,
a. u. rAKUKTJi.it, secretary.
R. A. Y. Mt. Nebo HnmenrftAri Kn
18 28 meets at Maccabee hall every
2nd and 4h Wednesday. Visitors
welcome.
B. B. PERRINB, F. M.
C. W. CLOAKE, Sor.
Chalmers
Mitchell
Maxwell
Motor Cars
and Trucks
Electric Light and
Power Plants
for Farm and Country
Homes.
H. MERTEN
Roseburg, Oregon.
Important in Financial
Management
In the management of financial affairs, a good bank
ing connection is essential. And here is where the
Roseburg National Bank can be useful to its custom
ers by supplying a service that Is prompt, efficient
and obliging. CheckingjAccounts are solicited.
TheCoseburgNational Bank
Roseburg, Ore.
WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT, Lilac
Circle No. 49. MeetB on the 1st
f-d 3rd Monday evening of each
luonth at Odd Fellows' hall. Visit
ing members In good standing aro
' invited to attend.
ANNIE E. CHURCHILL, G. N.
TILLIE I. JOHNSON, Clerk.
L, O, T. M.- jse-nurg Hive No. 11,
holds regular reviews on second
and fourth Friday afternoonB In
' Maccabee. hall. Sisters nf other
hives visiting In the city are cor
dially Invited to attend our re
views. Maccabee hall on Cass
MRS. CLARA GRANNIS, L, C.
JESSIS RAPP, R. K. -
EAGLES, Roseburg Arte neets In
- their hall on Jackson St., on 2nd
- and 4th Monday evenings of each
month, at 8 o'clock. Visiting breth
ren in good standing always wel
come. FRED P. CLARK, W. P.
B. F. GOODMAN. W. See.
TRY OUR SUPERIOR SODAS
The best drink. Order by the case. ,
Phone 186
ROSEBURG DAIRY AND SODA WORKS
Pure Sweet Milk. Sparkling Soda
GERMANY'S OLIVE BRANCH
May be a hollow sham, but our AMERICAN GROWN, CALIFORi
NIA. OLIVES . are stuffed stutfeoto the limit. Try them.
" Phone 01. ' t 'i ' '4,
r
NEELY'S
WHICH Do You Want?
More and Cheaper Fish 0A7 V MA
Honest Livelihood Oil A NU
Food Production
Higher Priced
Pleasure Seekers
Waste of Food
Keep the price of fish down. Help production of fish.
Eliminaie waste.
VOTE 307 X NO
Road Argument in State lOlection.. Pamphlet.
Clackamas Co 'nty Fishermen's Union, Andrew Naterlin, Secy.,
Oregon City, Oregon. : 1 Pd. Adv.
Ladies!
Housekeepers!
Attention!
A shipment of brown cooking ware
Jost received, including small yellow
mixing bowls, and an entirely new
pattern called the Reno Egg Bowl,
formed especially for use in beating
eggs, etc Ram thins. Custard Cups,
Casseroles, Casserole Insets, Bean
Pots, and a small assortment of
brown Tea Pots. Also several sizes
of Nappies.
Churchill Hardware Co.
I. O. O. F.; Phlictarlnn Lodge No. 8.
Meets in Odd Fellows' Temple,
corner Jackson and Cass Sts., on
Saturday evening of each week.
Members of the order In good
standing are invited to attend.
GEO. D. HINSDALE, N. G.
A. J. OEDDES, Rec. Sec.
J. B. BiAILEY. Fin. Bee.
B. P. O. EIKS, Roseburg Lodge, No.
820 Holds regular communica
tions at the Elks' Temple on the
2nd anl 4th ThursdnyB of each
month. - AU members requested to
attend regularly, and all visiting
. brothors are cordially Invited ti
attend.
GEO. NEUNER. Jr., E. R.
IRA B. RIDDLE, Seo'y.
I. O. O. F Union Encampment No. O.
Meets in Odd Fellows' Temple ,
eyery Thursday evening. Visiting
brethren always welcome.
K. H. PICKENS, C. P.
O. H. PICKENS, H. P.
OLIVER JOHNSON, R. S.
JAMES EWAHT. F. 8.
CASH STORE
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