Roseburg news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1920-1948, November 18, 1921, Page 4, Image 4

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HCN'DAY AT? THE CHCRCHES. j
Christian Chunh, corner Pins and
Woodward trt. blll shul at
:4E a. in. Preaching Ktrvlea, 11
m. In the absent of the rgular
paitor, who is conducting a revival
utrvlce at Santa Clara. Prof. Vlutor
Hoven, of the Eugene Bible Univer
sity will fill the pulpit both morning
and evening. Young People! Meet
ing. 6:30. Evening church service.
7:30. Everyone Invited.
M E. riiunh. south. Main and
Lane streets. J. B. Needham minis
ter. Sunday school at 9:45. . S.
Coth, Buperntnndent. Classen for
ovprvjina. vminz and old. Itev. J. C.
innA nrpslillne elder of the Port
land district, will preach at 11 a. in.. I
and will hold the business session of
the Quarterly Conference on Monday
night at 7:30. The Epworth League
seniee at 0:10 and preachles by th
pastor at 7:30. All are welcome.
Tho First Nupllst (linn-h, corner
or Lane and Itose. II. U. Caldwell,
minister. 9:45 a. m church school,
O P. Coshow, Supt. Classes are Ret
tlnsr well started Into their new
grades, but It Is not too late to Join
a class that will help you In your
study of the Word of Owl. On next
Sunday all the older adults, and oth
ers who may wish to. will have the
privilege of bearing a lecture given
TODAY
LIBERTY
THEATRE
Prices 10c & 15c J
.MATIXWi KVKUY HAY
Mow Playing
Taylor Holmes
In
"Edgar's Courtship"
Also a two-reel western and
comedy.
School KcnclU Tonight.
10c nud 13c.
"Jerry's Illowout," A Cmedy.
At Liberty prices, only 10C-16C.
Coming Sat.:
Manhattan."
"The Miracle of
by C rles F. Hopkins on "How Wc
Got the Bible and the History of I'.s
Version ' The lecture will be given
at the cuurcb sellout Dour la mu
brolhirbood room. All are Invited.
11a. in., morning worship. Message
by the pastor on "Kaith." It will be
a continuation of the theme of last
Sunday morning. The largest crowd
during the present pastorate neuru
the message last Sunday morning. A
standing welcome to all to these serv
ices of merit and helpfulness. 6:30
p. in., Biptlst Young People's t'nlon.
.luhn Hatfield, president. A place of
warm Christian fellowship for young
people. There Is no bettor place for
oung people on Sunday evening than
among Christian young people. 7:30
n ni.. evening worship. Message by
tho pastor. Familiar hymns. Con--rairiinnal
slnclng. A time of wor
ship and of spiritual stimulation. The
public is cordially Invited
Presbyterian Church, h. Bowerlng
nnirk minister. Bible school at
9:45. Everyone should support, by
attendance, an institution of the
church that makes for the highest
tvpe of citizenship. Morning wor
ship 11 a. m. There will be a jun
ior sermon. A true story, "Fed by
Havens in China." Topic of morn
ing sermon, "Meanty for Ashes.
Christian Endeavor. 6:30 p. m. Sub
ject, "The Goodness of God." Lead
er Esther Nichols. This will be a
Thanksgiving Meeting. Every mem
ber remember. Evening service.
7-30. Sermon Topic, "Our Sin Bear
er." We want you to worship with
'""'First Methodist Church. Rev. W.
S Gordon's subject at me rui
Methodist church next Sunday morn
ing will be. "Preparation for Thanks
giving " This will bo an opportunity
i for those to hear a Thanksgiving ser
i mon who will be out of town when
the union service is held next ed
'nesdav evening. In the evening at
I 7-30 the topic will be "World Peace
I and the Conference at Washington.
I The Wood-shot eyes of a weary world
are turned toward our national capi
tal Let us pray that their watching
! mn'v not be In vain. Mrs. A. N. Or
I rut't will have charge of the music,
'with Mrs. C. S. Helnllne as accom
'ranlst, assisted by Mrs. Young's or
chestra. The people of Rosehnrg are
fortunate in having first class mus
ical talent. If not busy in some oth
er church, come and enjoy it
Cmrinv school meets at 9:4.)
' niintnir snnerlntendent.
lit grow." The Epworth J.eague
'meets at 6:30. "A live bunch" and
1 a live topic. No mid-week service on
account of the union Thanksgiving
I service at the Presbyterian church.
AUCTION SALE OF SHEEP.
I will sell at public auction to the
ulghejt bidder, Saturday, Nov. 18, at
1 p. m.. at the Dour Creek btabla,
33 head of extra good young vwua.
GEO. C. WARD.
Silk and wool host for sale. Bell
Millinery. Special Saturday only.
Robert Powell, deputy sheriff of
Oakland, was in the city today at
tending to business matters.
DULY VfcTHEI Ittl'OHT.
IT. R Weather Bureau, local office.
Moat-burg, Oregon1; .4 liuurs ending 6
a. m.
frrrliiilutlua In Inrhra and Hundredth
ItlKiii'Ht Iwitpentture y tMU'l'dtiy ., 4ti
lowest temperature lust night ., 3;l
I'retlpltallun last 24 hours 0
Tutul prei-ip. Hince liral of month .73
Normal prutlp. tor this month... 4.37
Tutu) precip. from Kept. 1, W,
to date 4.31
AveraKo pre lp. from i't. 1, 1H77 6.13
Total ui'llclenc y from Sept. 1, l'JZl I. Hi
AYerutce urecloliauon lor 44 wet
st-akous (.Sept. to May, Inc.) 31.&9
forecast to 8 p. ni. turnout hwestern
-Joillglil anu buturuuy unsettled.
NEW TOIJAY. 4
FOH SAI.K Heavy work team. Ad
dreu!i A. 1. News-ltevlew.
loll SAI.K L- oak block wood.
i'lione &-1-31'. or write E . 1. Iletts.
tVANTKU AT ONCB Mali to take nar-
luiKe from itoueburg Apurtillellta.
Phone 497.
KOH HHNT 5-room plustered modern
houe; Karage; on paved atreet. 7U
r.a.'iioiil Bi,
rultSALKCull apples, 3 boxes T
Kree delivery, free cider mill. li.
JlosKlna. j-.ust Douglas St.
1'UH SAI.i: Hlack Mlnori as, vorkerels
aim pullets. 1'huue 139-11. Mrs. F.
oxans.
Our
J. E.
"Watch
Lue F. Vernon
. who
"Plays the Pictures"
at the Piano
A largo number of local wrestling
1 fun a are expected to RO to Myrtle
Creek tonight to witness the wrest
ling match between Roy Cederatrom
ot i his city and Warren Seigrist of
Kansas City. Th match is expected
to be a good one and there is evi
dence that there will be a very large
ernwd of fans in attendance.
KOK SAM: (MIKAI'-iJIack mare, uIko
I 3-4 wuKn anil hiirnetM an Rood as
new, i i;irry yv i i ua nm, KUt nbowe r.
PI l:K ridt r for ThunktKivinK, Kround
jitiiy. iii'niier ituncn, uapjty vmiey
fAMO I'lnk und white chiysan
tht-muma, he aiiM-e wdilp they last.
r Oil SALK 8-room modern furnished
in mi Ht. neat in every room; hniu.
!Hirable location. Frank Bulcs,
(irainl Hotel.
VANTKl YouiiR ludy d'Klre nosl
tlon as BtenoKruplu-r. Han pasHed
civil hervlt-e tt-aiH. Address Salvation
Army, uox wo. 1 247.
aiiM ii (;oatstwo Rood milch Koatn
for sale at $35 each. In milk now.
Will deliver free to your pluce. Write
Minray uoai itutu'ii. Myrtle Creek
Ore;
v wit f ine, modern 7-room
nouse, ciose in. ir Boia hy iec. 1
win be sold for ot of bulldiiiK.
iuri casn. rvw ranxe in house cn
nected with hot wat-r; linoleum, and
supply or winters wood in Uusu
nu-nt. I'hone 4 hi; -it.
flHJ
KCG rit('IK'KIlS O. A. V. Mtnk.
every one a thoroughbred ; 27 acren
river bottom land; new cottiiKe fully
f urnislitMl with all new furniture; 4
n'w chiiken h oilmen; everything
newly painted; koo1 tram. harneHM,
wit non. full s.t new implement h.
new rum ear wun sinner mm Rood
uMiinr: n ions kh(mi nay oaien, ton;
of feed, hia- wood siiniily. ica en
Klne, full set tools; Just off 1'aeifJe
liiKliway on kmmI road, near Itone
burK. Everything goes on account
of Hlcknett for $ i r.UM.oi), half cash.
Thin In the biRKest pnnp itr Dotmlu
County. See It quick. A. T. La w
r4nce. Commercial AKeht, 125 Cass
Street. Phnne ? 1 '
Here Are a Few Seasonal Specials That Have No
Regard for Actual Cost
Every Item New
Broken Lots
Corsets
.4
PWSE SAL
2 Days Only FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Tho oaon f.r warm clothes has now arrived! We have arranged a special event that must surelv
durablo garments for a wlntornow at hand. Here are suggestion a for Xmus ulsu
i U aDt Win. '
One of our wool piece goods spe
cials! Bolivia Coatings
In all staple shades, the moat
beautiful of coating materials. S8
In. wide, regular $6.50 value,
special
$5.39
Ladies' Shoes
Counter Bargains
We have set out 50 pairs In many
different styles, on table for your
Inspection; some old, some new;
great values, the pair
$2.98
A KK.NSATIOXAb A.VXOVXCEMEXT ABOtT
WOOL DRESS GOODS!
This Is the wool dress goods event of the year! We are going to
offer for Just two days, next Friday and Saturday, an unheard of
reduction on all plain and fancy wool dress goods.
All this season's materials. All last season's materials
- U;
One-Fourth Off
One-Half Off
Jersey Suitings
Several UIIT-rcn, ...
irmner mutt,.
feen, wide ! .
J2.75
$1'98
Nashua Wool Nap Blankets Si ?ocs
Two special offerings for Friday and Saturday:
Size 64x76, grey and tan, wool Size 72x80, gray and tan, wool
nap, special II nap, special
$3.19
$3.89
l!ro!;n sizes in tn r
lr 'oek line," t
lay and Saturday, ,ifr"
$385
ABOUND THE TOWN
?
C. O. Garrett and son, of Glendale.
are In me city today attending to
uusiiuss matt vis.
A suit was brought In the Circuit
Court today by Stearns and Cheno
weth against V. G. Coons. The suit
is one to collect $750 said to be due
on a promissory note and account.
Attorney 11. L. Eddy represents the
plaintiff. .
The Pacific Telephone and Tele
grapl company is doing a great deal
of Improvement work in this city.
Several new Mnes are leing con
structed and the service extendsd. A
new pole line is being built along
Douglas street.
CHRISTMAS HAXDKKIICHIKI'S.
Carr's store have just pvt on dis
play a wonderfully pretty linn of
handkerchiefs for women, children
or men. If you want handkerchiefs
tojnake up or the finest ready made
ones, see the beautiful display at
Carr's "where you save."
Are you hungry? Follow the
crowds. Get In line and eat at the
Cafeteria.
It Saved Her Life.
Mrs. Alma A. Martin of Yakima,
Wash., II. 4, Box 30. Cured of
Ooitro, wrote In 1S91: "I cannot too
highly recommend Dr. llayasen'fl
Famou.8 Ooitro Ointment, for I
honestly believe It has saved my
life."
Mrs. Martin Is well and hearty
today and will gladly tell others of
the remarkable euro of hundreds
In her vicinity, even though hund
reds of dollars had been spent
without relief.
Ask your Druggist, or write The
H. H. Huyssen Co., Seneca Falls,
N. Y.
AltOCNU THE TOW S
I'Olll PORTRAIT
w in solve the probltj. -i
-..a,. , K,ve tor I'lincm'
llflUl.h.T. C...J!- h .. .
IU I1 J) OX EASV IB
Now is your chance to hi
Home on the easy pariwijj
unman me 101 ird
nouse on small momhlr w
nwnrit
'Www
artier
ship
Bissoluti
Entire Stock Sacrificed! Nothing Reserved
Seldom has good fortune favored the Women of Roseburg so -highly
as in this unusual Sale of Up-to-Date Millinery. Hats
of Panne and Lyons Silk Velvet, Duvetyne, Fur and Metallic
Laces, and Attractively Trimmed with Hand Embroidery,
Flowers and Fancy Feathers.
Reductions of from 10 to
75
Special sale, misses' wool under
wear, sizes 12 to 16 years. Saturday
only. Ben Millinery.
'V. F. Drager, of Sali in, spent u.
day In Roseburg attending io busi
ness matters.
Jersey petticoats, plain and u.o
toned, exceptional values. Priced
special for Saturday only. Bell Mil
linery. Mr. and Mrs. Marshal iii..nn
the parents of a baby son born to
itheui yesterday afiernoon at their
jhome at 230 S. Pine street, lloth
i.ioiiior anu son are doing nicely.
Itev. C. II. Hilton, pastor of'the
local Christian Church, Is conducting
u. icivur oei vice at santa Clara, Ore
j near Eugene. He reports a very
jgood success. During his absence
representatives of the Eugene llible
coaege will nil tho local pulpit. Current will he off Said:
A report of the) marriage of Flor- loon, November 20th. frit
ence M. Hargraves, formerly of this'11- m- unl11 12 o'clock mot
city, to Elmer C. Carrick. of Pnrt-ic""nt of strincinf In lift
Inn1 fa nnFia In t, n ,
, . tuw i-uniHuu pap
ers today. Miss Hargraves spent a
number of years in this city and has
a large number or frionds who ex
tend their well wishes.
A very delightful masquerade!
party was given, at the parlors or j
the Christian chureh last night bvi
tne Loyal Circle Bible class. Some
very clever and unique costumes
were worn by those present an.-l an
exceptionally good time was enjoy
ed by all. Game wore played until
a late hour In he evening when re
freshments were served.
Stock must be Reduced x2 at once Regardless of Cost
FANCY BAG RIBBONS, (i PRICE HAIR RIBBONS, & PRICE
VEILS AND VEILING, PRICE TAMS - $1.00
SPORT HATS LESS THAN HALF PRICE
FRIDAY
AND
FRIDAY
AND
Mrs W. H. Davh.
visiting here . r--
Mrs. I) r: p.,i
- aiiii.
i-t'u u. bates, of ife Yafc
e will attend th n .
:im, in ,1,, '
noon.
XOTH'K TO AM. I.1CHT .W
I'OWKIt IK
wlre dctween Winchester a:
burg.
POITiI.AS COOTTJ
AND fOWEE CO.
J 1ST O.N EWKKEMCfl
In Tl-anl: plvin? and tlct!
r.N' o;Tev: on larrpniMA
th en wi;U ev- ry I7.M ortc
Una to secure f.e lt fo!f
th- 1 o t carefvl work. Ci"q
r:rv-' f..r your s: ting. Clirt
:f:i!:o. I'nseburc Natl. Bet
8 r.
warns.
4
Tolht
15c
HERE AT LAST
THE GREATEST SPECTACLE EVER
FILMED! THE GREATEST RO
MANCE EVER LIVED!
"Deception"
Kilim-d In Ihf w
Pimm! tiw m Ms! ni TfWM) tlfNllll.
settlnnH ver built. Featurln Kumiw's fin-mis
I'orten.
The world's greatest real-life roinnnro
At Regular Admission Pri
.s-Tontf oii,y-v
iu:ke is a
riCTl UK W ITH A tNIVttW-"'
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Wanda Havvle?
With her JrrwUt ililc dimples'"
please old and young alike.
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