The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920, November 18, 1918, Page 4, Image 4

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    FOUtt
THE EVENING NEWS MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1918.
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THANKSGIVING
IS DRAWING NEAR!
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You may need a new Cloth or Napkins.
Penney Company DAMASKS are best
that money ean buy. Replenish your
needs while our stock is complete,
98c, $123, $1.25, $1.49, $1.69
; $1.79, $1.98
SUBSCRIBERS TO THE
ma sale on coats.
Have you ever thought that you
can have your winter coat made for
you In exclusive style and cloth In
stead of having to get a coat that
every one knows where you got It,
how much It cost and just how It
looks on them? Come In and look
over our samples and styles. Never
before have we been privileged to
Bhow such wonderful - styles and
samples. . Have It made np to suit
you and' fit you.
THE IMPERIAL CLEANERS.
fTrv Our Way.)
We call and deliver. Phone. 227.
,
pruning.
Have vour fruit or ornamental
trees, vines or bushes pruned by a
man with practical experience; ru.
LOUIS H. BBKGtiO,
RoBeburg, Oregon.
MATINEE 2:30
NIGHT
7:30 AND 8:30
TODAY:
Gail Kane in Loves Law
l A NEW LOVE THEME ON AN OLD FIDDLE.
Here Is a wonderful story of a. little slum girl with only one
treasured 'possesion the flddlo left her by her father when he
died. With tills battered rell of an old Italian workshop she fid
dles her way Into the hearts of all who know her. Her solos re
produced by the Boy Artist, Clyde Oatos.
"Outiiin Chester Pictures," with, high class comedy, "High Cost
of Weddings." '
Violin solo: Caprice No. 24..Pngonini, By Clyde Gates.
SPECIAL MUSICAL PROGRAM
ADULTS 20c . CHILDREN lOo
!The Best Store For!
Winter Coats!
NEAT, NIFTY GARMENTS IN A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT ARB
NOW READY FOB YOUR INSPECTION. .
Our Line of Silks Is the Best
EVER SHOWN IN ROSEBURQ IT HAS NO EQUAL AND MANY
BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS ARB AT YOUR DISPOSAL.
A Nice Line of Furs
FOR WINTER IS NOW ON DISPLAY. CALL AND INSPECT OUR
WINTER LINE OF GOODS WHICH IS COMPLETE IN EVERY
PARTICULAR. ... ?.
Following is a list of all those who
have subscribed to the United War
Work fund, including . $10.00 and
over: ,
Dr. L. M. Lehrbaoh .'. $100
Standard Oil Co 100
Douglas Abstract 00 , 100
California Packing Corp lfl0
B. PiO. E., No. 326 100
Umipqua Valley Bank. 100
.1. C. Penney Co f 76
James Pearson ...i... 70
J. H. Booth...... 60
Mrs. O. C. Baker. 60
J. W. Hamilton and wife.. 60
UmpQjua Valley Bank...., 50
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Harding.... 60
B. W. Strong. ....t 40
Wilder & Agee ". 40
ChiurdhtU Hardware Co.... 30
G. W. Kimball 26
Sam Evans ..... . . 26
Rice & Oroutt. 26
I. Abraham. 26
Commercial Abstract Co 26
Geo. Neuner Jr. 6- 26
Bellows Store Co 26
Chas. E. Lee. 26
A. H. Spruce 26
Joseph Mlcelll 26
A. C. Marstere 25
Douglas Lit & Water 25
W. S. Hamilton 25
James Watson 20
M. J. Shoemaker & Son 20
L. A. Uetand......:.; 20
W. S. Fisher. 20
A. A. Wilder .1 20
Mrs. A. C. Klddl & Son. 20
Peter Ballf .'. 20
Roseburg Fruit Union . 16
Martin Martens 16
Ohus. Warton 15
A. H. Ferguson ,...... 16
J. C. Fullerton ' 16
N. Rice ....U. 15
MSEBIlnu
I. ABRAHAM:
OREliON
MAJESTIC
ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW
Matinee Every Day, 2 to 5
Evenings, -7:15-10:45
TODAY ONE DAY ONLY.
" Geezer of Berlin
A travesty on 'The Kaiser the Beast of Berlin". Two Reels of
Golden Laughter.
Edna Goodrich in "HER HUSBAND'S HONOR," five part story
that will appeal to everyone
' "HER FRIEND THE ENEMY," another big laugh.
ADULTS aoc CHILDREN 10c
Tomoruw and Wetliieeday- Ihmglan Fairbanks In "AMKItlCAN
ARISTOCRACY," and a Mark Nennett two part Flu Chaacr, "TAM
J I.N'G OF TARGET CENTER."
Thurmlay and Friday "l'UIHCUJjA DEN In "TWO SOUL WO
MAN." OOMIIO William Faraum In in "RIDERS OF THE PURPLE
SAGE." :
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Canon..
Airs. L. L. Vincent
Miss Hortense Eppley. .....
Frank Brown ...........
Mrs. Horace Campbell 16
Rcbb Johnston 16
Riverside Red Cross 1
Mir. and Mrs. O. C. Brown 15
Dr. K. L. Miller. 10
A. S. HoohradoL 10
Block Bros 10
Mae Thompson 10
Vera N. Carr ' 10
Olios. Parrott 10
M. F. Chapman. , 10
Buhar Bros 10
Mrs. J. F. Barker. 10
Eugene Parrott 10
Herman Marks . . 10
WEDNESDAY NIGHT DANCE
There wUl be a social dance at
Macabee Hall Wednesday even
ing, November 20. 'Everybody
is Invited to this affair, end
Ott's orchestra will furnish the
music for the event. n-20
W. S. Powell ,
10
W. S. PoweU 10
C. G. Durland
10
Mrs. J.-A. Buchanan...... 10
E. C. McCain T..... 10
Mrs; Oumlr i 10
J. E. Lewis. 10
Mrs. Stanton 10
C. W. Parks .
10
Z. N. Agee ;'. 10
R. W. MareterB 4 10
Ed. Lenox
Blanche Reed
S. J. Jones ......i.:
Mrs. Addle Strong....;.,
V. T. Jackson
B. S. (Nichols
B. W. Bates ....
Elzy Slaughter . ....
Clyde Wallace
Mr. ana Mrs. A. J. Bellows. 10
Mrs. Louis Kofolhagen..... 10
Heniry Harth ;.. 10
A. S. Huey...........i.:. 10
H. R. Turner 10
Roland Afiee 10
Henry Rldenour.... 10
J. V. Allison ,
Mrs. Geo. Beiwlshadler
Jamies F. Younmns....
Mrs. A. C. Marstors ...
John Brown 10
NOTICE.
Honor Guard : meeting Tuesday
evening, November 19. All members
please be present;
0 CITY NEWS j0
0. T. Unrath
13. C. Benson
W. D. Bell :
D. E, Oarr and wife
Henry Folz
Lee Wlmberly
Subscriptions for magazines solic
ited. Fiction Library. N-jSO
J. M. Gross, of Canyonville, Is In
town on business today.
. W. E. St. John, -of Su.therlln, Is In
the city on business todlay.
F. C. Heffron went to Oakland on
a business trip this morning.
The Baptist Ladles' AM Society
will meet at he home of Mrs. W. F,
Thomas, Tuesday afternoon. All the
ladles urged to attend. '
W. F. McAduus, an attendant at
the state industrial school, came in
yesterday and will take Jerome Socks
to the state school today..
By the way, how about a new road
ster or carvinr; set tar the holidays.
Thanksgiving comas with -at double
meaning this year. Churchill Hard
ware Co. - . n-20
Diamond Flour
Everlastingly Good
Ask Your Grocer About It
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IIIIHmillllllllllllHIIIN
The Most for Your Money
comes to you with the purchoso of Hallmark merchandise, sold on
ly by the 700 Halllmark Jewelers, who can offer goods of the finest
quality, nt tow prices, because of the great bu:rlnp- power vhleh re
sults from their total annual business of J30.000.000.
Here is One To Which We Wish To Call
Your Attention.
The Hallmark Watch
For Men
Guaranteed to keep accurate
time and give perfect satisfac
tion. Built In models to suit
every purpose for which a man
distros a watch. Designed with
the greatest care and made by
loading factories of America.
II BO Illustrated a- u:U size.
Has a 17 jewel movement, ad
lusted to hetit nnd cold. Thin
Model, amall size. 25-yoar case.
Price $25.00
A. S. HUEY COMPANY
You wiill sooner or later use Dia
mond Brand hard wheat Flour.- Why
not now? Quality the best. Cost
less. All grocers, $ 3.16. d-15
To the people on Rural routes;
Oregonlon delivered daily at your
door. Leave orders at the Orego-
lan news stand (one door south
Evening News Office). See us for
olub magazlno rates. tf
Eye Ailments
Cause Headaches
'- ' ' ,s
So many of the headaches thai
people" complain of are caused by
ailing eyes that every person who
suffers from persistent Head
aches Is justified In blaming it
on his or her eyes.
Of course All Headaches are
not caused by faulty vision but
the majority of them are.
Glasses are the cure and n
quick, pleasant cure they are, too.
If headaches annoy you let us tell
you whether your' eyes are the
cause of it-or not.
BUBAR BROTHERS
Jewelers and Optimetrists.
NEW TODAY.
BALED HAY ?2S per ton delivered
C. T. Brown; Phono 3F-24.
WOOD-CHOPPERS: Free cabins;
$1.50 tier; winter job. C. T. Brown,
Phone 3f-24.
LOST Two halters, petw.een Rose-
purg and Cc.rnes. Leave at News
office or C. W. Groves.
FOR SALE No. 1 five year old Dur
ham cow, fresh Dec. 16th, refer
ence Bell's 2nd hand store. Four
WANTED Home canned1 fruits and
vegetables, suitable for table and
(Pies. What have you? W. H. War
ner, Rosebura; Cafeteria.-
Dispel the Doubt
You remove all doubt about the safety of your valuables
when you put them In our Fire and Burglar Proof vault,
because it is the place of absolute Bocurlty.
A Safe Deposit Box here rents for the small sum of 2.00
and up per year.
ThePoseburgNationalBdnk
Rosebur,Ore.
Umpqua Valley products are unex
celled our milk supply comes from
the best herds In the Valley Rose-
burg Dairy, tf
The two local compnnles of the
Oregon Guard will start drilling this
evening as usual. ..v ;
nice shoots, from 60 to 120 pounds T
eadh. Lot of neS rail wood for
Sale on good road two miles south
of Melrose. L. Meaidor. d-22
BUSINESS FOR SALE Douglas
Creditors Association. Doing 90
per cent of Collection business of
Douglas County. E. C. Benson,
Room 10, Douglas National Bank,
Building.
HEMSTITCHING
A Ladies' Specialty Shop
Will open at 321 Perkins Bldg., Monday, Nov. 18, 8:30 a. m.
$he best Machine Hemstitching and Picot
Edging done promptly by thoroughly compe-
tent operator. -, . ., ' ;"5,;;"r t "
Pleating, Scalloping 'w s
Braiding, Button Covering
ALL KINDS OF FANCY STITCHWG4 aY
Waists' Made to Order ...
THE SPECIALTY SHOP
RUTH E MYERS 321 Perkins Bldg.
FOR SALE Thousand pound) mare, j
good worker or driver; mare colt,
coming two either for $35.00.
or the two for $60.00; also waigon,
hack, harrow, and plow. M. L.
Stevens, Looliinc Gloss,, Ore.
D, W. N.-21
FOR SALE Two 1917 Dodge tour
ings, $980 and $1080. One 1916
Dodge touring, $760. .One 1917
Dodge truck, $860. One 1917 Ford
truck, $660. One 1918. Maxwell
touring, $650. Cash or terms. J,
O. Newland, Dodge Bro. Dealers,
N-29.
TRENCH GLASSES
I MRS, ETHELYK BANNERNAN CAMPBELL
Pupils desiring instruction in class
v-Ul please call for particulars. Fory
Studio, over Ott's Music Store.
"Uncle
ANTLERS
T H E A'R E
TONIGHT ONLY 7:15 AND 0:0O
; ..::
Starring l.IrRurlte Clark as Little Eva and Tapsy andjMticlc Sinj
". not Comedy, "A POLISHED VILLAIN. U t, ;
ADULTS 15c toHlLDRBN'-lOo
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY 1
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY Clara Kimball Young In "THE MA
RIONETTES." Clara Kimball Young, the artist superb,., rises . to'
c-reat 'I eights in her delineation of the simple little country girl
who blosconis into a Parisian butterfly and wins her huslwnd's
love. And the Odflclnl Wir Review. . .
ADULTS 150 CHILDREN 10c
AUCTION SALE 25 HEAD PURE BRED
SHORTHORN
CATTLE!
20 Bulls and 5 Cows
All registered stock lrom best herds in Oregon. Will
be sold at public auction at the
Empire Feed Barn i
SATURDAY, NOV. 23
FRANK BROWN, Carlton, Oregon
SALES MANAGER -V-'
A. E. STEVENSON, Auctioneer
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