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DAILY ROQVI KIT CM OOUMaun KtNIAV. NKI'TKMIIHIt SO, 1BIN. ItrxUtntaU Ar Instracted I The meeting at the opera bout lut night, tor th purpose of advis ing registrant how to prepare theiu- aire for ramp Hf when they enter (ho service, waa attended by two or Inrea hundred people. Captain Rich ard Russell, of Camp Low to, iu the principal adviser and ho tare the won In attendance tome valuable advise. PERSSNdL m LOCAL The latest In taU and winter allka and lining satlna. Kinney Truax. SUNDAY TABUI DK HOTK DINNER 50c at the nap 3o$p!)ir.t Now wader aew Come in and let us get acquainted wtth you Mlsa Helen Ellis left Saturday mornlnf tor Salem to enter the Wll lamette university. "Meutholstum." Sabln hae It. TS Oood fishing tackle at Cramer Broe. t Mr. and Mr. W. Irwin went to Albany Saturday tor a few weeka' visit Small airtight heaters at Cramer tiro. T5 I Ust payments on Red Cross sub scriptions are duo October 1. C. II Woodward, cashier. 75 Lie liquid at Cramer Bros. T5 Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Fearee return ed to Albany Saturday after spend ing a few days hero on account of the death ot the former's sitter, Mrs. A. BartletU- Largo and small stone jar and flower pot at Cramer Bros. 75 Mies Wilms Smith left Saturday morning for Wapato, Wash., to at tend high school. Her brother-in- law, Alva Wheeler, la superintendent of the Wapato schools. Larta heaters to heat several rooms at Cramer Broe. 75 Mrs. Ceo. Feldmaler returned Sat urday morning from San 'Jose, Cel., where ahe accompanied her daugh ter, who will attend tha normal school. Pattons Sun Proof paint, the kind that la guaranteed, sold by Crsmer Bros. 7i R. L. iBartlett returned to Portland Friday night, having spent several days In tha city, called hero on no- count of the Illness and death of his mother, Mra. A. Bartlett. Japalae la all shade at Cramer Bros. 7 Joy TRieafter 81XDAV ONLY EDITH STOREY la The Demon" Adapted from the novel by C. S. aad A. M. Williamson COMING MONDAY AXD TVESDAY Mary-Garden THE SPLENDID SINNER : Porch paint and floor paint at Cramer Bros. 7 J Miss Ruth Hathaway left Ust night for Reed college for her aenlor year. Poultry toule at Cramer 'Bros. 75 Mlsa Florence Riddle left for Eu gene Saturday night to continue her studies at the I'nlverslty of Oregon The underwear store tor men, la dles and children la at 101103 North Sixth. Kinney A Truai. 75 Leo Sauers went to Corvallla Sat nrday to enter the service In the students' army training corps. Mrs. v. P. Counts, accompanied by Mrs. A. D. Knight, left Saturday morning for Richardson Hot Springs In the hop of benefitting Mrs. Counts' health. One lot of men's eitra heavy win ter underwear at ft garment. Kin ney A Truax. 75 Mr. and Mr. H. K. Clark and baby left Friday night tor Bridge port. Neb., where Mr. Clark has the management ef a banking house. They will visit Mr. Clark' parents and other relatives In Denver. 81 gn your sugar cards for October. You can have your month's supply la one lot now. J. Pardee. 77 Turn In Oaewtlownaliee i Liberty loan committee ara re quested to turn la their question nalro cards not later than Monday night Sign your sugar card for October. Yon can have your month's supply In on lot now. J. Pardee. 77 K Bitter Attention la order for the yarn department to report at th annual meeting Of the Red Cross directors, knitter are requested to bring la all finished ar ticle ana all left over yarn before October 15. Hundred Per Ceat Camp J. P. Duncan, who solicited Liber ty loan subscription In th Wolf Creek notion, reports that at the camp of the American Exploration and Construction company on the 'Craves creek mountain road, every man subscribed for bonds, and most of them paid the entire amount In cash.. This camp I In charge , of Foreman Ehorn. Special at Roee's Saturday and Sanday, Haielwood French salad Ice cream. FStf mo emd to the assortment oar cutlery depart meat offers you. Everything that haa aa edge can be found In all size aad shape and at price lea tha a current quotations. WE DO FINE SHOE RKPAIRING Jewell Hdw. Co." May JoU Marine Mrs. H. L. Wilson states that her son, Lee, who I now at Portland, will probably Join the U. S. marines next week. Lee' ambition wis to Join the navy, but there seems little chance ot him getting Into that branch of the service now. He was a member of the senior high In this city. You have not found the low prices In men's furnishings until you call at 103 North Sixth. Kinney A Truax. Gasoline Honrs j Complying with a request from 'the war department, the Standard Oil Company announces that the ; hours for purchasing gasoline have been restricted so that sale will be made only from 6 a. m. to 6 p. m. Return to Grant Inv the assignment ot ministers at the Methodist Episcopal conference at Portland, Rev. Melville T. Wire was again assigned to Grant Pass. He has given inch satisfaction here 'that the church passed a resolution 'asking for hi reappointment. Mr. iwire has already served Newman iM. E. church for three years. ' The Merits of a Bank When you choose your bank yon expect: . Safet for your deposits. Certainty of accommodation. Courteous and efficient handling of ' your banking transactions. Our membership in the Federfl Reserve System Insure safety for your depctlts, nnd certnlrty of all merited accommodation. The personnel of our director, officers aad staff 1 your guaranty of courteous and efficient attention to yonr need. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SOUTHERN OREGON fMBMBai-e trranenAL besbbv? " -n SUBSCRIBE TO FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN BEFORE BBPT. S8 HARRIED FORD-FATLAND 'At the Baptist parsonage Saturday, September 28, Bert Ford of this county, and Mable Tatland, of Washington, Rev. B. A. Finch officiating. aMb 'rtteiiirtiiiWirtlitlBiBiiilliiiiiii irfto LOOK! What we are going to give you for our famous SUNDAY .DINNER Raked Young Oregon Tur key, Peanut Dressing Louisiana Sweet Potatoes 50c For the benefit of our many -guests and patrons who cannot dine early we are going to keep open until 8 p. ra. Instead of 7:45. Oxford Grill I RAYMOND HAMM, Chef E? B 1 m c. . They fight with their whole souls You are reading every day of our boys over there-of Pershing's divis ions. charging into the blasting fire of the Boche trenches; of small der tachments smashing their way from house to house through ruined vil lages; of single-handed deeds of sac rifice and valor. One thought, one impulse only fills their souls to fight and keep on fighting, until the war is won. They know that all America is back of them; they know that they can count on us at home to send them all the guns and supplies they need to win. There is only one way we can do it. All of us must work and save and buy Liberty Bonds, with our whole souls, the way our men are fighting over there! ".V No less will win. There is no other, way to provide the money the Gov ernmentmust have. No other stand ard can make the Fourth Liberty Loan a Success. Lend the way they fight -Buy Bonds to your utmost 'Mili Thb space contribute h utmtng the wat by vmmmmvA 1 '!' ..'V ' . ' ':;., 1 ... ; ..' : CALIFORNIA-OREGON POWER CO.