The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920, January 14, 1919, Page 3, Image 3

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    THB BVENPfO NEWS TfKSDAV, JANUARY 14, 1918
!The Best StbreFor !
NEAT, NIFTY GARMENTS IN A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT' ABB ;
NOW READY FOB YOUR INSPECTION.
Our Line of Silks Is the Best
EVER SHOWN IN ROSEBUKO -IT HAS NO EQUAL AND MANY
BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS ARB AT YOUR DISPOSAL
A Nice Line of Furs
FOB WINTER IS NOW ON DISPLAY. CALL AND INSPECT OUR "
WINTER LINE OF GOODS WHICH IS COMPLETE IN EVERY '.
PARTICULAR.
ROSEBURQ
I. ABRAHAM;
Science plays Its part In a steam laundry and modern methods
render contagion Impossible.
Be fair to yourself and your family. Patronize a steam laun
dry. 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.
0 CITY NEWS 0
Follow the crowd get In line and
eat at the Cafeteria. tf .
A. T. Brown,' of Medford, was in
the city last evening looking after
business matters.
. Delicious home-made pastry at the
Cafeteria. . ' tf-
We carry ever 700 different legal
blanks. Douglas Abstract Co. 31
J. W. Thompson, of Drain, spent
several houds in the city yesterday
looking after business matters.
Money to loan on Improved prop
erty. Douglas Abstract Co. ?1
Judd Is unloading a car of alfalfa
hay today. See hiin about it.
Townshop Maps, lue Prints, Le
gal Blanks. Douglas Abstract Co. SI
B - 4 - U buy a farm, C J. A. Walker,
Roseburg National Bank Bldg., room
2, up-stalrs. tf
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Riddle and
children left this morning for Rid
dle where thby will spend several
days visiting.
Critics pronounce "The Kurne" the
greatest war story ever written,. Fic
tion Library. tt
J. G. Day, a prosperous farmer of
Olalla, was in this city this last oven
Ing Beveral hours with the merchants
here, transacting important business
matters. -
Safety deposit boxes at the Rose
, burg National Bank. Secure one for
the. safe keeping of your bonds and
other valuables. tf
The W. C. T. U. will meet at the
home of Mrs. O. W. Young tomorrow,
Wednesday, afternoon to do Red
Cross sewing. Members and friends
are Invited to attend.
For carbonated water, sodas, gin
ger ale, root beer,, coca-cola and nec
tars at pre war prices. Phone 186,
Roseburg Dairy & Soda Works. tf
Oh, say,
Alfalfa hay,
It came today.
Come right away.
JUBt received a car of nice green
alfalfa hay. J. M. Judd, 16
KEEP URiG
Tells Rheumatism Sufferers t
Eat Less Meat and Take
Salts.- "
Rheumatism is easier to avoid thai
to cure, states a well-known authority
We are advised to dress warmly; kcej
the feet dry; avoid exposure; eat les:
meat, but drink plenty of good water
Rheumatism is a direct result o'
eating too much meat and other rid
foods that produce uric acid which i:
absorbed into the blood. It is tht
function of the kidneys to filter thj
acid from the blood and cast it out ii
the urine; the pores of the skin an
also a means of freeing the blood oi
this impurity. In damp 'and chill;
cold. weather the skin pores are closec
thus forcing the kidneys to do doublt
work, they become weak and sluggisl
and fail to eliminate the uric ack
which keeps accumulating and circulat
ing through the system, eventually set
tling in the joints and muscles causing
stiffness, soreness and pain called rheu
matism. '
. At the first twinge of rheumatism
get from any pharmacy about four
ounces of Jad Salts; put a tablespoon
ful in a glass of water and drink be fort
breakfast each morning for a week
This is said to eliminate uric acid, by
stimulating the kidneys to normal
action, thus ridding the blood of these
impurities.
Jad Salts is inexpensive, harmless and
is made from the acid of grapes and
lemon juice, combined with lithia anc
is used with excellent results by thou
sands of folks who. are subject to rheu
matism. Here you have a pleasant
effervescent lithta-water drink which
helps overcome uric acid and is bene
ficial to your kidneys as well.
Cooked foods, salads, ect., for the
parties, banquets or dinners deliv
ered on short notice by Roseburg
Cafeteria. tf.
Broccoli. Its time to think abou!
U now for next season. .We will furn
ish the seed andi help you grow it
right. See the manager. Umpqu:
Valley Fruit Union. tf
G. W. Parker, of Eugene, was h
the city last evening, and will speni1
several hours here today, attending
to business matters. He was regist
ered at the Umpqua Hotel.
There was
a Cro wd in
the Store
and they were trying to
"Have a chew on
me'says he."Break
off just two or three
squares. That's a
man's size chew of
Real Gravely. It
Wds its good taste
josh the Tobacco Man
so long it costs noth- .
ing extra to chew j;
this class of tobac-
co." ' v
toes further that's
why you can let the good
taste of this class of tobac
co without extra cost.
PEYTON BRAND
Real Gravely Chewing Plug
each piece packed in a pouch 1
L SERVICE
TO BE REINSTATED
Anticipating the time when men
who leU the Federal classified civil
aervice. to take up arms in defense
of the country would be mustered out
and, therefore, seeking employment,
the United States Civil Service Coin
mission recommended to the Presi
dent that provision be made for the
reinstatement in the civil service ol'
such men. . Accordingly, the Presi
dent issued the following Executive
Order, dated July 18, 1918:
"A person leaving the classified
civil service to engage In, the military
or naval service of the Government
during the present war with Germany
and who has been honorably dis
charged, may be reinstated in the
civil service at any time within flvo
years after 'his discharge, provided
that at the time of reinstatement ho
has the required' fitness to perform
the duties of the position to which
reinstatement is sought'
.' It will be noted that under the
terms of the Executive Order, a man
who was separated from the civil
establishmeni'to take part in the war
may be reinstated in a civil service
position within five years after His
discharge from the military or naval
service. It will further be noted that
there is no restriction that the man
must be reinstated in the particular
position from which he wrb separat
ed. Under the terms of the Execut
ive Order, he may be reinstated any
where in the civil service, .provided
that at the time of reinstatement he
has tho required fitness to perform
the tftuties of the position to which
reinstatement is sought. ... ,
THREH
TO
APPLY SAGE TEA
Look Young! Bring Bade Ita
. Natural Color, Gloss and
Attraotiveness.
NOTICE EXAMINATIONS.
January 6. 1919.
.Notice Is hereby glvon that the
county school superintendent will
cause to be held an eighth grade ex
amination In all school districts In
the- county having applicants for
jame, on January 16-17; also on
February 6-7. 1919, but no district
will be permitted! to .have examina
tions on both dr.ieB. .Each district
must choose the da1 . desired and
lotify this ofne.c stating the number
if lists of questions desired. The
February date Is affected because of
.line lost in many districts on ac
count of Influenza.
The following program will be ob
jerved: Thursday Arithmetic, Writing,
History, Agriculture and Spelling.
Friday Physiology, Language,
Geography, Civil Government, and
Reading. Very truly yours,
O. C. BROWN,
County School Super!. 'endent
LITTLE JACK HORNED.
Little Jack Horner sat In a corner, '
Eating his Christmas pie.
You can just guess his clothes were
a mess
But we cleaned them all up bye and
bye.
IMPERIAL CLEANERS.
(Try Our Way
We sell Ed. V. Price & Co's suits
ind overcoats. The name Is your
guarantee. Absolute satisfaction.
MOMMY lb BARGAIN DAE.
Monday. Is ourgaln flay at tht
toscburg Cleaning and Pressing
ATorlts. Men's suits French Dr;
leaned and pressed for SI. 00. A)
'ork given prompt attention. Bai
'aln day prices do not include call
ng (or clothes or di Hiring deliveries
tiring your clothes In. tl
LECTURE ON PSVCHOLOltl
Eagle Hall every Sunday evening
it 7:30 by Mrs. Tucker, late -of Los
ngeles. Demonstration at clos
Collection. tt
& CITY NEWS &
You will sooner or later use Din
nond Brand hard wheat Flour. Why
lot now? Quality the best. Cost
If you want to sell your Farm or
City Proporty, soo Walker, room 2,
up-stalrs Roseburg National Bank
Building. ' tf
James Clcke, the local photogra
pher, arrived home this morning af
erter spending the past few days at
Tacoma, Wash., looking after busi
ness matters.
Dutch bulbs now on sale at "The
Fern". Hyacinths, crocus, tulips, all
olors, freesla and gladioli. Mrs. F. D.
Dwen, ill West Cass street. tf
Rev. C. H. Hilton, pastor of the
local Christian church, returned here
last evening from Eugene where he
conducted services at the church in
Eugene Sunday.
Practice thrift by getting your milk
at $3.75 a quart a month from Rose
burg Dairy, besides getting the high
est quality milk. You can buy a W.
S. S. every month and) then get milk
for less than others sell it for. tf
DAILY WEATHER REPORT.
U. S. Weather Bureau, local office,
Roseburg, Oregon, 24 hours ending
5 a. m. Precipitation in Inches and
hundretbs:
Highest temperature, yecterday....S4
Lowest temperature, last night 34
Precipitation, last 24 hours 0
Total preclp. since first of month...89
Normal precip. for this month. ...6. 70
Total precipitation from Sept. 1,
1918, to date 10.66
Average precipitation from Sept.
1, 1877 16.49
Total excess deficiency from Sep
tember 1, 1918 86.84
Average precipitation for 41 wet
seasons, (Sept. to May lncl.)..81.96
WILLIAM BULL, Observer.
Common garden sage brewed Into a
heavy tea with sulphur added, .will turn
ray, streaked and faded hair beautifully
ark and luxuriant. Just a few. applica
tions will prove a revelation if your hair
is fading, streaked or gray. Mixing the
Sage Tea and Sulphur recipe at home,
though, is troublesome. An easier way Is
to get a 60-cent bottle of Wyeth's Sage
and Sulphur Compound at any drug store
' all ready for use. This is the old time
recipe' improved by the addition of other
ingrcdlentB. .....
While wispy, gray, faded hair is not
sinful, we all desire to retain our youth
ful appearance and attractiveness. By
darkening your hair with Wyeth's Sage
and Sulphur Compound, no one can tell,
because it does it so naturally, so evenly.
You just dampen a sponge or soft brush
with it and draw this through your hair,
taking one small Btrand at a time; . by
morning all gray hairs havo disappeared,
and, aftr another, application or two,
your hair becomes beautifully dark,
glossy, soft and luxuriant.
This preparation is a delightful toilet
requisite and is not intended for the cure,
mitigation or prevention of disease.
CLEVELAND NEWS.
R. -P. Heydon made two. flying trips
to the county seat last .week.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Van Wey and
the formers mother, Mrs. R. W. Van
Wey, made a business trip to Rose
burg Tuesday.
David Good and sister Martha spent
Sunday night in Roseburg.
Ira Pierce arrived- at the Balboa
Park Naval Training Camp, San Die
go, Cal., all O. K. after spending
about three weeks at home with re
latives and friends here and in the
county seat.
L. V. Binery was on our streets
Monday and after attending to busi
ness here, went on to Roseburg.
John Thorn is contemplating mov
ing his' saw mill down to North Bend
to saw railroad ties this summer.
Don't take the mill away from Cle
veland, John.
Conrad Long, Chos. McComas, ' R.
P. Haydon, G. W. Reynolds and O. W.
Murdock were Roseburg visitors on
Thursday. ,
H. P. Conn of Melrose passed
through here enroute homo from
Coles Valley.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bayliss, former
ly or Coles Valley pased through here
on their way to their new ranch just
purchased up Deer Creek, east of
Roseburg. :
' Our sheep raisers hereabouts are
getting some fine early lambs, which
will make fine ones for the early
market this spring.
Rheumatism?
Those of ns who are past middle age
are prone to eat too much meat and In
consequence deposit lime-salts in the
arteries, veins and joints. .We often
suffer from twinges of rheumatism or
lumbago, sometimes from gout, swollen
handa or feet. There is no longer the
slightest need of this, however, as the
new prescription, "Anuria," is bound
to give immediate results as it Is many
times more potent than lithia, in ridding
the impoverished blood of its poisons
by way of the kidneys. It can be ob
tained at almost any drug store, by
simply asking for "Anurio" for kidneys
or backache. It will overcome such
conditions as rheumatism, dropsical
swellings, cold extremities, scalding and
burning urine' and sleeplesBness duo to
constant arising from bed at night.
Send to Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotal,
Buffalo, N. Y., for a 10c. trial package.
Madera. Cal. "I recommend Doctor Plerco'a
Vniirlc vory hijrhly. I hive suffered for tha laBt
hnw years with er.tnrrh of the bladder, hovliur
rlod even' remedy I hcord of but without relief,
saw Anuric advertise) In the pater, end like a
rxwrrinft man graWiImr nt a etraw tlioucht I
ould try It slitt), which I did with great suecoiw,
i It rtli jved mo almost Immediately, before I had
.ken nil of tfc trial pDck&ffo, and having great
ifidtmcfl in the remedy I Immediately sent to
o drug store and bought n full-ni&o package,
cjti say tn oil iufiering from any dUcaso ot
ki(!nr.!i r.riiHc acid troubles, try th remedy
1 r.t..7jr 7t-J fonder. I have trrmt. IziL'Ut In iJr.
i If mMU6A.'3. P. HEN8LEV. i
.. STOP AT THJB
GRAND HOTEL
CABS ftTKEKT
ItOHKllt'ItO
" lUSAi, ii.tfl'A'l'ii '
City and Farm Property, Winches
ter bay and H'efltlake Town Lota,
GEOUOB BlTEn.
1X1 Wft Oak Btreot.
CABINETS
'or filing letters or card cases for
loose ledger cards, are always usee1
In of flees. where they file -away let
ters and bills and keep copies of
those written In the office. We bavo
mine good ideas in the way of letter
files, cabinets, letter copying presses,
besides everything that - could bs
called a blank book filing cabinet.
Orders filled for all kinds of frul
boxes.
The J. G. FlooK Co.
BoMbarf , Oregon.
J I
Big jjlean-Up. Sale.
Novv Going On. The Brgam OorturuV o '
y.ih the Year. Exery thing , Reduced. -.V. J.'Vf.
m Off All iMiP6ear 6llii! ,
10 Per Cent Off All Shoes -
Outiiig Flannel Spedals at27c
Ginghams, such as other get 35c, our
; price 28c L:.L ,Z:: t.,:r.:-:
STOP CATARRH! OPEN
. . NOSTRILS AND HEAD
Says Cream Applied in Nostrils . I
Relieves Head-Colds at Oticc. .. f
If your nostrils are clogged and your
liead is stuffed and you can't breathe
freely because of a oofd or catarrh, just
get a Bmall bottle of Ely's Cream Balm
at any drug store.- Apply a Httfa ot
this fragrant, - antiaeptio- cream into
your nostrils -and -let it ponetrato
through every air passage of your head,
soothing and healing tho inflamed, swol
len mucous membrano and you get in
stant relief. v
Ah! how good it feels. Your nos
trils are open, your head is clear, no
more hawking, snuffling,, blowings. ..no
more headache, dryness or -struggling
for breath. Ely's Cream Balm is just
what sufferers, from head colds and car
tarrh need. It's a delight.
Chicken dinner : every:. Sunday- at
the Cafeteria, ... : . . r, tf.
Rheumatism Powders
'' are highly recommended ' by "'drug-
Bists In all parta of the country. Mr. ,
Ky., writes as . follows:
.TRAOC MARK
Oberdopper, the leading druggist at Paris.
"One of my customers who boueht Marltol RhnumatlRm Powrinrn him
hadl rheumatism for seventeen years, says he has tried everything,
but that these powlers have given him more relief than anything ho
has over taken. I anticipate a large sale on them." You may think
there is no relief for you, but try Merltol Rheumatism Fowdera and
you are sure to be pleased with the result. Wee BOo and $1.00 per
box. .
RED CROSS PHARMACY"" "
M. O. RADABACGH,
AUCTIONEER i
Any one having sales can arrange
. for dates at the Umpqua .
Valley Bank.
. MRS. L. B.- MOORB
Piano Studio
Latest Approved Method,..
611 Hamilton st. phone 18T-R.
It IsiOur Daily Task
to consider and solve the print
ing problems of our customers
and echj 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, v
Krtistic printing
of Every Description Neatly
and Promptly Executed.
THE NEWS OFFICE
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