The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920, November 14, 1918, Page 3, Image 3

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    tHH EVENING NKWft THURSDAY; NOVEMBER 14, 1018
THREtf
CHRISTMAS'
'PHE gift season will soon be here. Get ready
now, by selecting those articles necessary and
useful. ' '
It is said, " Enthusiasm is a habit; persistency
is a habit; politeness is a habit," and so is Christmas
giving. Don't get out of it, for it will help the war
giving habit. The WAR may be closed, but the
need of giving is only well started.
Do you know that "more millions will starve in
Rsssia alone this winter than have been lost in the
war. Think of the coming of spring and not a child
left in a city the size of Petrograd. GIVE GIVE
GIVE. The hurt will do you good. '
Churchill Hardware Co.
TIRE ECONOMY
In these war time days ECONOMY Is the watchword. We are here
to help you economize on your auto Urea.
Have ThemRetread
BT
ROSEBURG VULCANIZING WORKS!
216 N. JACKSON ST. Quick Prompt Service, Prices Reasonable.
THAT'S DIFFERENT
With the unexpected ending of the war, there's an
unexpected enthusiasm for the Christmas season.
, -Now, it will be easy for you to put some vim into
your Christmas shopping, and we have "A house
full" of the things you want.
Dr Y. C. S. EARLY.
Nathan Perkins
Fulierton TJte JV2iS '&0re Building
ATTENTION
TURKEY RAISERS
We have another order for
fancy dressed turkeys, for
next week's delivery. Fancy
prices. See us at once.
PEOPLES SUPPLY CO.
A CLOSED TOWN
Is not necessarily a dark town, for there's the ALLADIN
GAS MANTLE. Yours for a Better Light
NEELY'S CASH STORE
A MAN IS WHAT HE FEEDS ON
Th housewife, looking to the family health, will buy where iht itu
est Fresh, Clean Groceries. On Stock le Clean and Sanitarily Kept
and all goods are of the best manufacture. Orders personally look
ed after.
WALTER PATTERSON. IHE CASS STREETSGROCERY 'PHONE 279
Roseburg National Bank Statement.
Charter No. 8965.
, Report of the condition of the Roseburg National Bank, at Roseburg,
Oregon, at the close of business on November 1 1918.
Resources:
1. a Loans and discounts, Including rediscounts, .
(except those shown in b and c)
3. V. 8, llonds (other than Liberty llonds, but
including U. S. Certillcntes 'of indebtness: '
a U. S. bonds deposited to secure circula
tion (par value) 12,500.00
f U. S. bonds and certificates of Indebtedness
' owned and unpledged 41,000.00
1. liberty lioun llonds:
a Liberty Loan Bonds, '3 ?4, 4, and 4 Per
cent unpledged ,
7...Iionls, Securities, etc., (other than U. 8.) :
e Securities other tluin U. S. bonds (not In
cluding stocks) owned unpledged
9. Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (60 per
, cent of subscription
10. a Value of banking house, ownod and un
incumbered ..
(899,401.88
63,600.00
88,400.00
43,121.75
1,960.00
Furniture and fixtures : ,
Real estate owned other than banking house
Lawful reserve with Federal Recorve Bank
Cash In vault and net amounts duo rrom
national' banks
Met amounts due from banks, bankers, and
trust companies other than included In
Items 13, 14, or 16 .-.
Exchange for clearing house..., : .-.
" Total of Items 14, 16, 16, 17, and 18....$ 112,693.37
Checks on banks located outside of city or.
town of- reporting bank and other cash
items :
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (.nd
due from U. S. Treasurer...
War Savings Certificates and Thrift Stamps
actually owned
20,600.00
3,700.00
16,540.00
41,790.34
106,201.88
3,191.68
3,199.91
1.288.48
. 625.00
2,993.33
4,961.36
Liabilities.
24., Capital stock paid in
25. Surplus fund '
26. a Undivided profits : 16,486.31
b Less current expenses, interest, and tioces ''
paid -
30. Circulating notes outstanding
Demand deposits (other tluin bank deposits) sub
ject to Itesorve (deposits payable within
'30 days) :,
34. Indivldunl deposits subject to check
35. Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 ,
days (other than for money, harrowed.... ' ,
Total of demand deposits (other than bank
deposltB) subject to Reserve, Items 34,
35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, and 41 697,484.20
8685,504.16
000.00
000.00
10,
12,
672
524.95
,496.00
,614.21
869.99
TOTAL ., 685,604.16
State of Oregon, County of Dougtas, ss:
I, W. T. Wright, Cashier of the abovo-narnedibank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement Is true to the boat of my knowledge and belief.
W. T. WRIGHT, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before ine
this 13th day of November, 1918.
G. W. YOUNG,
Notary Public for Oregon.
My Commission expires March 11,
1920.
CORRECT Attest:
A. C. MARSTERS,
I. ABRAHAM,
J. F. BARKER,
Directors.
BIG SALE OX COATS.
Have you ever thought that you
;an have your winter coat made for
you in exclusive style and cloth In
stead of having to get a coat that
avery one knows where you got it,
.low much it cost and just how it
ooks on them? Come in and look
jver ow samples and styles. Never
before have we been privileged to
ihow such wonderful styleB and
samples. Hove it made up to suit
ou and fit you.
THE IMPERIAL CLEANERS.
(Try Our Way. )
We call and deliver. Phone 227.
MONDAY T8 BARGAIN DAT.
' Monday Is Bargain day at the
Roseburg Cleaning and FresBlng
Works. Men's suits French Dry
leaned and pressed for $1.00. All
rork given prompt attention. Bar
rain day prices do not Include call
ng for clothes or making deliveries,
inng your clothes In. tf
LODGE DIRECTORY.
.
. 6. O. F Rising Star Lodge No. 174
meets 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.
. E. 8., l:oselurg Chapter No. 8
Holds tlivir regular meeting on
the 1st and 3rd Thursdays In each
month. V islMne members in good
standing are respectfully Invited
to attend.
MISS MARGARET PAGE, W. M,
FREE JOHNSON. Sec'y.
d. A. Y. Mt. Nebo Homestead No,
1828 meets at Maccabee hall every
2nd and 4'h Wednesday. Visitors
welcome.
E. B. PERRINE, F. M.
' C. W. CLGAKE, or.
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
brothers are invited to attend.
GLENN WOODRUFF, Dictator,
H. O. PARGETER, Secretary.
WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT, Lllao
Circle No. 49. Meets on the 1st
fid 3rd Monday evening of each
n.ontn at Odd Fellows' ball, visit
ing members in good standing am
Invited to attend,
ANNIE E. CHURCHILL, O. N.
TILLIE I. JOHNSON. Clerk.
B. P. O. UlltS, Roseburg Lodge, No.
i 820 Holds regular communica
tions at the Elks' Temple on the
2nd anl 4th Thursdays of each
month. All members requested to
attend regularly, and all visiting
brothers are cordially invited to
attend .
GEO. NEUNER. Jr., E. R.
IRA B. RIDDLE. See'v.
I
REIIEKAHS, Rosenurg Kebekah
Lodge, No. 41, I. O. O. F. Moots
i In Odd Fellows' Temple every
Tuesday evening. Visiting sisters
and brethren Invited to attend.
MAY PATRICK, N. G.
BELLE STEPHENSON, See
DELLA LEWIS. Fin. Sec.
, O. O. V., Philetaclan bodge No. 8.
Meets In Odd Fellows' Temple,
corner Jackson and Cass StB on
Saturday evening of each week.
Members of the order In good
standing are invited to attend.
GEO. D. HINSDALE, N. O,
A. J. (JEDDES. Rec. Sec.
J. B. BAILEY, Fin. Sec.
Monday, Bargain
Day at the
Roseburg Cleaning
AND
Pressing Works!
Men'B Suits French Dry Cleaned
and Pressed for 11.00. All work
given prompt attention. Bargain
day prices do not include calling
for or delivering clothes,
G. W. SLOPER
808 N. Jackson.
Why Is a brick mason like a loco
motive? Because he has a tender.
raaaaaaiaMMMaa
EAGLES, Roseburg Arte meets in
their hall on Jackson St., on 2nd
and 4th Monday evenings of each
mouth, at 8 o'clock. Visiting breth
ren In good standing always wel
come. FRED P. CLARK, W. P.
B. F. GOODMAN, W. Sec.
For a loader steaK
A Juicy chop,
- Direct your footstep
To our shop.
Our aawa arn sharp I
Cleavers, too
We'll trim them np
Just right for you.
IHE ECONOMY MARKET
ou know your
own f eehnrfs
best
Authorities agree -that a great
many people can drink coffee
without apparent harm . a '
If coffee doesn't disagree . keep
on with it. r e
But if you think coffee is the
cause of ! your headaches, nerv
ousness,; heart flutter or sleep
lessness quit coffee ten days and
drink V
iNSfANTPOSTUM
A. F. & A. M., lianrel Tjodge No. 18. 1
Regular communications 2nd ana
fourth Wednesdays each month at
Masonto Temple, Roseburg, Ore.
Visitors welcome. , -
O. P. COSHOW, W. M.
W. F. HARRIS. 8ecy.'
f. O. O. F., Union Encampment No. 0.
Meets in Odd Fellows' Temple
every Thursday evening. Visiting
brothren always welcome.
K. H. PICKENS, CP.
O. II. PICKENS. H. P.
OLIVER JOHNSON, R. S.
JAMES EWAHT, F. S.
6. O. T. SI.- useourg Hive No. 11,
: holds regular reviews on second
; and fourth Friday afternoons in
i Maccabee, hall. Sisters of other
i hives visiting In the city are cor-
I dlally Invited to attend our re-
views. Maccabee hall on Cass
j MRS. CLARA GRANNIS, L. C.
.TWSSrii RAPP. R K.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, Alpha
i Lodge No. 7, meets, every Wed
i nesday evening, cor. Jackson and
! Cass Sts. Visitors always welcome.
! , SAM CHRISTIENSEN, C. C.
! ROY F. DURBIN, M. F.
! B. E. WIMBERL'Y. K. R. S.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD; Ouk
Camp No. 125. -Meets In the Odd
Fellows' hall In Roseburg . every
1st and 3rd Monday evenings. Vis
iting neighbors always welooma.
J. M. THRONE. O. O.
M. M.. MILLER Oler.
FRENCH TRANSFER COMPANY
Contracts Taken and Estimates Fur- ,
nished on All Work In Our line. ,
Household Goods Promptly and
Carefully Moved ,
QUICK, EFFICIENT SERVICE
It Is Our Daily Task
to consider and solve the print
ing problems of our customers
and each one we solve gives us
jusl: so much more experience
to apply to the next one. This
is why we are besT: equipped to
do your printing in the way it
should be done. Suppose you
ask us to submit specimens.
ARTISTIC PRINTING
of Every Description Neatly
and Promptly Executed. ,
THE NEWS OFFICE