The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920, January 06, 1919, Page 3, Image 3

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    THE EVENING NEWS MONDAY, JANUARY 6, 1010.
THREE
!The Best
Winter Coats!
I-' NEAT, NIFTY GARMENTS IN A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT ARK
i: NOW READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION. ' 'j
i Our Line of Silks Is the Best
I EVER SHOWN IN ROSEBURG IT HAS NO EQUAIi AND MANY
It 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.
AOSEBURQ
I. ABRAHAMS
Waited
TBoe MAnn cists in all parts of the country. Mr.
Oberdonper, the leading druggist at Pails, Ky., writes as follows:
!'One of my customers who bought Merltol Rheumatism Powders has
had! rheumatism for seventeen years, says he has tried everything,
but that these powlers have given him more relief than anything he
has ever taken. I anticipate a large sale on them." You may think
there is no relief for you, but try Merltol Rheumatism Powders and
you are sure to be pleased with the result. Price 00c and 1.00 per
box.
RED CROSS PHARMACY
IT'S SOME
D-40" Mitchell Six
Let Us Show You
I. F. BarKer $ Co.
Roseburg Oregon
Science plays Its part In a steam laundry and modern methods
render eontaglon Impossible.
Be fair to yourself and. your family. Patronize a steam laundry.-
Try our way this week and measure cost fairly. On that
basis, outside of the safety basis, you will win by sending the
wash to us.
'Phone we'll call.
ROSEBURG STEAM LAUNDRY
- PHONll 70
LAST WASH THURSDAY NOON.
FRENCH TRANSFER COMPANY
Contracts Token and Estimates Fm '
nished on All Work In Our Line.
Household Goods Promptly and
Carefully Moved
QUICK, EFFICIENT SERVICE
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THE MAN WHO SMOKED
V
"A piece of rope, swore off.
, WISE MAN.
For now he will appreciate a
GOOD CIGAR
He will smoke less, because less satis-
, 'v Z:z him.
Nathan a nn Perkins
Fdkrton Z 3fe2aL Store ..Building
BETTER LIGHT!
our eyes and your business need It.
! EDISON MAZDA LAMPS
' Are the most efficient Electric Lamps mad.
Bold By i .
Douglas CountyLight and Water Co.
Store Fori
OREtlON
Rheumatism Powders
are highly recommended by drug-
CAR - THE
THE. DRY. SITUATION
IS
A survey of the wet and dry situa
tion throughout the country Just com
Dieted by the Methodist Board of
Temperance shows that there are 2,
54 G dry counties and 351 wet coun
ties. This is a dry gain lor the year
1918 of 400 counties. During the
year the drys won stute-wlde victor
ies in lOhio, Florida, Wyoming and
Nevada, with a recount pendiing in
Minnesota. They were defeated in
Missouri and California, but elected
ratification Legislatures' iu both
states. There are at present 31 dry
states, not including Texas, where a
state-wide prohibition law was held
by the state Supreme Court to be
contrary to the constitutional provl
si on for local option. At present,
opening of saloons in that state Is
being prevented by injunctions and
refusal of the Comptroller to grant
licenses.
The (probability is that the Federal
Constitutional Prohibition Amend
ment will be ratified before February
1, 1919. The following 16 states
have already approved the anient
ment: Mississippi, Virginia, Ken'
tucky, South Carolina, North Dakota,
.Maryland, Montana, Texas, Delaware,
3outh Dakota, Massachusetts, Ari
zona, Georgia, Louisiana, Florida,
The following states which have not
I'atified are considered certain to do
to: Alabama, Arkansas, California,
jolorado, Connecticut, Idaho, Illinois.
indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Mis-
jisslppi, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebras
ka, Nevada, New Hampshire, New
Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Okla
homa, Oregon, Rhode Island, Ten
nessee, Utah, Vermont, Washington,
West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyo
ming. All of these Legislatures meet
n January. The list includes, every
jtate which has not already ratified
jxcept New Jersey, New York and
Pennsylvania and of these three
Pennsylvania is hopeful: New York
an even proposition and Now Jersey
.n-obo'bly opposed to the amendment.
Alabama, where action on the
intendment was thought doubtful,
elected & dry Legislature of 25 to 10
n the Senate and 75 to 31 in the
House. In Connecticut there Is a 75
ratiflcation majority In the House
md the , Senate la considered safe,
in Illinois there will be about 10 ma
jority in each House for ratification.
n Rhode Islanu, only, recently, con
sidered) against the amendment, the
;ote in the Legislature will probobiy
je 23 to 16 dry in the Senate and, 55
"o 45 dry in the House. The Wiscon
lin Legislature, which would natur
ally be considered uncertain, will ratl-
y by 22 to 11 and 59 to. 41.
During 1918, Congress passed the
'ood stimulation bill with a so-called
jvar 'prohibition section, which was
igned by the President November 21.
Congress has enacted prohibition for
Hawaii and the President forbade the
nanufacture of 'beer, his order be
coming effective December 1st.
K. V. SMOKER.
Wednesday night. January 8, at
.':30 o'clock, big mid-winter round
ip. Something doing. All Knights
nvited. Installation. Committee.
8-J
IJTTI.E HOY MATE.
jittle Boy Blue come blow your horn;
Ve will call for your Jacket tomor
row morn.
Ve will clean it as bright as a dollar
new
nd bring It back to Little Boy Blue.
IMPERIAL CLEANERS
(Try Our Way.)
Ve call and deliver. Phone 277.
Let us make 'that suit or overcoat.
1ROCOOM GROWERS, ATTENTION
All Broccoli GrowerB are requested
o meet at the City Hall, Roseburg,
Iregon, Saturday, January 4th, at
wo p. m. for the purpose of dlscuss
ng maters of mutual Interest. Come
nd tell what you know about the
ultlvation of this valuable iproduct,
nd learn from the experience of
thers "What to do and how?" There
-111 be short talks and discussion of
'preparing the seed bed", "putting
!ie ground In proper condition" and
arvestin, packing and marketing
ie crop.
JMPQUA VALLEY -FRUIT UNION,
j-3 R. H. C. WOOD, Mgr.
Metal production
A preliminary estimate of the pro
'uction of metals in Oregon in 1918,
om(iled by Charles Q. Yale, of the
an Francisco office of the United
states Geological Survey, Department
'f the Interior, shows a decrease only
'n the yield of gold, with an Increase
'n that of silver, copper, and lead.
The output of gold in 1917 was, ac
cording to the mines report, $1,491.
798 and the estimateed output In
1918 is ' $1,270,300 a decrease of
about $221,500 for the year. The
silver output in 1917 was 125,656
flne ounces, valued at $103,541, while
In 1918 It was 148,200 fine ounces,
valued at $143,500, which shows an
Increase in Quantity of about 22,500
fine ounces and In value of about
$40,000. The yield of copper In 1917
wan 2.474,487 pounds, valued at
G75.635, andl In 1918 It wrs 2,935.
000 pounds, valued at $726,400.
which is an increase In quantity of
460.500 pounds and in value of $50,
800. There was no output of lead
in 1917, but In 1918 the mines re
ported a production of 4,364 pounds,
valued at $300.
In common with the other gold
producing States of the Union, Ore
gon showed a falling off In gold yield
In 1918, as compared with 1917. This
was due, however, not so much to
war couitlilttons that affected the deep
mines as to thedocroaae In output
from the gold-dredging Industry, by
far the most Important single factor
In the gold yleia of the gtote. , Plreot
returns received ; Horn the dredging
companies of the State show a decline
in gold yield of $236,900 In 1918,
compared with the total figures from
this source In 1917.
The largest proportion of gold and
other metals In 1918, , came, as
usual, from Baker County, which pro
duces annually about 90 por cent of
the gold mined in the State. Grant
County comes next in rank in gold
production, having exceeded Joseph
ine County by reason of its dredging
industry. .
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LODGE DIRECTORY. '
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1. P. & A. M.i Idiurel Ixtdge No. 13.
iRegular communications 2nd an
fourth Wednesdays each month at
Masonic Temple, Roseburg, Ore.
Visitors welcome. i
, GUY CORDON, W. M.
VI. F. HARRIS. Secv.
O. H. 8., Roscuui'R Chnpter No. t
Holds their regular meeting
the 1st and 3rd Thursday in each
month. Visiting members In good
- standing are respectfully invited
to attend.
MRS. CARRIE" BELL, W. M. '"
FR5E JOHNSON, Sec'y.
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 OP WOODCRAFT., Lilac
' Circle No. 49. Meets on the 1st
p-d 3rd Monday evening of eah
, month at Odd Fellows' hall. Visit
ing members in good standing arc
Invited to attend.
ANNIE B. CHURCHILL, G. N.
TILLIE I. JOHNSON. Clerk.
II. A. Y. Mt. Nebo Homestead No.
-' 1838 meets at Maccabee hall every
2nd and 4'h Wednesday. Visitors
welcome.
E. B. PERRINE, F. M.
C. W. CLOAKB, Gor.
KEBEKAHS, Rosenurg Rsbekah
Lodge, No, 41, I. O. O. F. Meets
in Odd Fellows' Temple every
Tuesday evening. Visiting sisters
and brethren invited to attend.
, MAY PATRICK, N. G.
BELLE STEPHENSON, Sec.
DELLA LEWIS. Fin. Sec.
I. O. O. F., Union Encampment No. 0.
Meets-In Odd Fellows' Temple
every Thursday evening. Visiting
brethren always welcome.
. K. H. PICKENS, CP.
. O. H. PICKENS, H. P.
OLIVER JOHNSON, R. S.
JAMES EWAKT. F. 8.
U. O. T. M.- usenurg Hive No. 11,
holds regular- reviews on. second
and fourth Friday afternoons 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
.IESSIB RAPP. R. K.
It. P. O. EIKS, Roseourg Lodge, No.
820 Holda regular communica
tions at the Elks' Temple on the
2nd an I 4th Thursdays of each
month. Ail members requested to
attend regularly, and all visiting
brothers are cordially invited to
attend. ,
. . GEO. NEUNER. Jr., M. K. I'
IRA B. RIDDLE. Seg'y. i
EAGLES, Roseburg Arle meets In
' their hall on Jackson Stl, 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. 8.
t. O. 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. O. p.
CARL W. OHMAN, Rec. Sec.
M. FICKLE. F. 8.
EAT LESS MEAT
IF
Take a glan of Saka to flash Xidneyi
ti madder bothers you JJrak
lot of water.
Eatinff meat remilarlv eventuullv ore-
duces kidney trouble in some form or
other, eaje a well-known authority, be
cause the uric acid in meat excites th
kidneys, they become overworked; get
sluggish; clog up and cause all sorts of
distress, particularly backache and mis
ery in the kidney region; rheumatic twin
ges, severe headaches, acid stomach, con
stipation, torpid liver, sleeplessness,
bladder and urinary irritation.
The moment your back hurts or kid
neys aren't acting right, or if bladder
bothers you, get about four ounces of
Jad Salts from .any good pharmacy;
take a tablespoon ful in a glass of water
before breakfast for a few days and your
kidneys will then act flne. This famous
salts is made from the acid of grapes
and lemon juice, combined with lithia,
and has been used for generations to
flush clogged kidneys and stimulate them
to normal activity; also to neutralize the
acids in the urine so it no longer irri
tates, thus ending bladder disorders.
4 Jad Salts cannot injure anyone ;
makes a delightful effervescent lithia
water drink which millions of men and
women take now and then to keen the t.
kidneys snd urinary organs clean, thus r
avoiding serious kidney disease, v ' j
I FISHERY . ill
Big Clean-Up Sale
Now Going On. The ? Bargain Opportunity of
the Year. Exerything Reduced.
; i , . , . i . , . r" ;
14 Off All Ready-to-wear Garments!
1-5 Off M Staple Dry, Goods!
1-3 Off All Ladies' Muslin Underwear
10 Per Cent Off All Shoes
Outing Flannel Specials at 27c
Ginghams, such as other get 35c, our
price 28c V
WOODMEN OF WORLD. ' 3af ety deposit boxes at the Hose-
Gamv No, 126. Meets in the Oddburg National Bank. Secure one for
f eiiuwa mui m-'KOS9Durg every
lBt and 3rd Monday evenings. Vis
iting neighbors always welcome. '
, H. CARRICK, 0. C.
M. M. MILLER, Clerk. '
. O. O. F., PhUetarlan Eoage No. 8.
Meets in Odd Fellows' Temple,
corner Jackson and Cass Bts., on
Saturday . evening of each week,
Members of the order In good
standing are Invited to attend.
, OKO. D. HINSDALB, N. O.
A. J. OEDDBS, Rec. Sec.:
J. B. feAILBY. ITin. Si
KNIGHTS OF iFYTMAS, .' Alpna
Lodge (No. 47,. meets every Wed
nesday evening, cor. Jackson and
Cass Sts., Visitors always welcome.
... SAM CHRISTIBNSBN, C. a
CHAS. F. HOPKINS, M. F.
B. E. WIMBBRLY, K. R. S.
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other valuables. tf
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MRS, Li. B. MOORE
Piano Studio
Latest Approved Methods.
Oil Hamilton St. Phone 187-R.
JlEAii ESTATE -
City and Farm Property, Winches,
tor bay and Westlake Town Lotfl.
GEORGE RITER.
12t Wet Oak Street.
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 besl: 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
CABINETS
for filing letters or card cases for
loose ledger cards, are always used
In offices where they file away let
ters and: bills and keep copies of
those written in the, 'office. We have
Borne good ideas in the way of letter
files, cabinets, letter, bopylng presses,
besides everything that ' could be
called a blank book filing cabinet.
Orders' filled for all kinds, of fruit
boxes. .. , .. ' , ,.
The J. G. FlooK Co.
Roseburg, Oregon.
; M. C. RADABATJGH,
' ' ' AUCTIONEER
Any one having sales can arrange
tor dates at the Umpqua
Valley Bank.
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