The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920, January 29, 1919, Page 3, Image 3

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    The Best
lintlrCdats!
. NEAT, NIFTY GARMENTS IN A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT ARB :
NOW READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION. ..' , , r- '"fjlljW '
Our-Lihe of Silks Is this Best
EVER SHOWN IN ROSEBURQ IT HAS NO EQUAL AND MANY
BEAUTIFUIi PATTERNS ARE AT YOUR DISPOSAL -
A Nice Furs
FOR WINTER IS NOW ON DISPLAY. CALL AND INSPECT OUR I
winter unh of goods whioh is complete in every
particular.
ROSEBURO
I. ABRAHAM;
YOU HAVE THE NAME
Of being a "Web-foot" like all other citizens of this good, wet
state but there's nothing to It. Neither should there be anyone with
a "corn-foot", that painful foot trouble, that can not always be pre
vented, but can alwaya.be remedied, for ' ' ; j '. r, '
Corn Solvent
25c
' AT
Nathan'
Fullerton -
FIRE
INSURANCE!
Risks Promptly Inspect
ed on Application.
We have several strong old-line
Companies. Protect yourself be
fore It Is too late. ;
W. A. BOGARp
405 Cass Street ; - Phone 803.
I " ill .. . 1
as you care
Unlike
agrees with rnany you
can drink asltnaijy cupaof -Pos-turn
r asyou carexpr; ;
wiJ) ncaitqeroess
sleeplessness or other arjDoy
ace iobea
ispureWlwwfesorpeand
cooTjeoi)s no.bartyrfI ele -,
rperyt sucbsrfcbe I dtnig ,
'caffeine" ii) cofifee.
Your cersells Postum.
id I.
iff .
Store For
OREliON
Perkins
Building
Store
LIME SULPHUR1S0LUTI0N
30 degrees and better $11.00 per
barrel i. o. b. flutherlin; .$1.60
Rebate on return of 'container in
good 'condition. ' If you catf UBe
50 barrels or more, write for
(prices. , "
Sutherlin Spray
Manufacturing Co. ,
:A T-
cofe,wl
w- f 111 -I II
Time to Spray 1
PELT OF THE COYOTE
1 1S
; If. the, ranchers and sheep growei'B
had their "wish, there would be no
Coyotes in North America. . The
ranchers and sheep growers think
that the only thing Coyotes were
made for, Is to kill cattle and sheep.
This Is a wrong impression. ' The
Coyotes must have some other calling
in life or the good book . -I'mUsed
Are" when it said, '.."Nothing was
made in vain." "My o-plnlon of It,'
says Mr. A. B. Sbubert, president of
A. B. Shubert, -Inc.,. Chicago', U.. S.
A., the largest houBe in the world
dealing exclusively in American Raw
Furs, "is that the Coyote is here to
give up the ghost and surrender his
pelt- to the furrier, who by the way,
makes good use of the; good .Coyote
pelt, but has little use for the poor
ones. The better grades of Coyote
are being dressed and dyed and UBed
in imitation of Fox, and on account
of the great popularity of the animal
scarf, Coyotes are in strong demand
and bringing the highest priceB ever
known. The Coyote Is the only fur
bearer that can be used in Imitation
of Fox.'.' , ... .
The poorer gradeB of Coyote are
being used for coat linings, laip robes,
etc. The skin is large and requires
but little work it answers the pur
pose. ...
. SdVenty-tive per cent of the best
grades of the collection' of the Coyote
of the Northwest are used In Ame
rica.. Our manufacturers know bet
ter' how to use them and our dyers
dye them better than the Europeans.
We inake better and more attarctive
'articles out of Coyote than are pro
duced anywhere. A sort, silky Coy
ote, dressed and dyed, and made into
an animal scarf can hardly be distin
guished from a Fox, except by an ex
pert, so trapjpers get after the Coyote
and trap as many as you can, as the
present high price for this article will
pay you wen for your time and effort.
SUCCESSFUL YEAR
The following report has been made
of the year's work of the North Side
Red Cross Unit. This unit , is very
active and the large membership has
made its accomplishments very suc
cessful. The report which is furnish
ed by Mrs. George Neuner, Secretary,
is. as follows: - - -
12 hospital bed Jackets, 8 sweaters,
4 pair sox, 120 triangle bandages, 90
abdominal bafidageB, 180 operating
caps, 1 knitted comfort, 50 hospital
pillows; '8 wool comforts, for 'Belgian
Relief, 7 quilted quilts, 3 tiea cotton
comforts-,-100 "diapers for Belgian
Layettes, 6-watsts for Belgian: Lay
ettes, 24 bath towels for hospitals,
6'. bed sheets; -for hospitals, 12 dish
towels, 12 Belgian dresses, 12 skirts,,
picked 1 bales Ookum, cut 190 flu
lhasks, made. .34 flu masks, 5 wool
comforts for local Relief.. : . i'.
THE SPECIALTY SHOP.
HemstitcMng, picot edging, pleat
ing, button covering, braiding, all
kinds, of fancy Btitching. -Waists
made to order. 321 Perkins Build.
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CLASSIFIED COLUMN I
FOR SALE One-ton -Ford ' trucks
covered top.- Motor Shop Oarage.
FOR SALE Cabinet Grand piano In
first class condition. Cash or terms.
Phone 33-L. j
FOR SALE 12 Bull Orpington hens,
.-full blood. C. W. Groves, phone
5P-33. f-l-p
FOR SALE. Hay at the Edenbower
Orchard tractB. Fred Fisher, man
. ager. i Phone 25-F4.- .-
FOR SALE OR TRADE. High grade
. piano. G. B. Wardwell, Roseburg,
phone 9F23.
FOR SALE. Nice 'recleaned white
, oats, some barley and wheat, and
; farm wagon, J. M. Judd. '
FOR SALEOne gray geMlng, grade
Percheron, 3 years old. Geo. Tel
- ford, Happy Valley P. O. address,
Roseburg, Oregon.'." ' " ,
FOR SALE 50 head of At (picked)
ewe lambs, none better. See them.
Price $12. 60 per head. E. L. Rice
& Son, Dlllard, Oregon. .
FOR SALE Heavy draft team, har
.. ness and wood wagon. Price J250
if taken at once. Phone 1TF25.
R. Stubbs, Melrose, Oregon. - 1
FOR SALE 1250 feet No.. 1 rustic
560 feet No. 2 flforing; Star wind
mill, new. - A. A. Emmons, Happy
Valley. Phone 17F5. -
FOR SALE Top buggy,- one light
tiingle hack, twj sets harness one
: horse; will work single or double,
'gentle for woman to drive. Ad
dress: Box 13, R. F. D. No. 1 city.
19X9
The unexcelled choice for
LIGHT CAR .
Up-to-the-Minute in '.
STYLE
AND ....
EQUIPMENT
Comfort :
Durability
, Economy . .
H. MERTEN
ROSEBURG, OREGON, -
Distributors for Douglas County.
Service Station-214 S. Main St.
- Phono 192-Y. ......
JUDD'S
Feed & Seed Store
Some Fine recleaned white Oats
(Hastening Special) an extra flue
white Oat. Also Crown Union
White Oats, Good Oats are scarce
and If you need any, see me quick.
Some Good Whole Barley and Club
Wheat, 'Alfalfa Hay, and some
Just Hay.
Rolled Oats, per sack... ........ .$2. 00
Rolled Barley, 76"lb. sack....S2.46
Mill Run, per 80 lb. sack....(2.10
Scratch Food, 100 lb. sack.... 1 4. DO
Egg Producing Mash, per 100
pound sack $4.00
Corn good Corn 2c.i ;
Always the largest sack for the
least money. If you have any good
grain to grind, bring it to me and
I will trade you ' Rolled Oats or
Rolled' Barley for It.
One Farm Wagon cheap. - '-
One good Farm Hack cheajp.' '
"' One light Buggy, awfully cheap.
' - One double Harness, one single
harness, several good Collars. One
Cream Separator,
J. M. JUDD
Empire Bara.
Roseburg
REMEMBER '
Do yon wish to be remembered by
your loved ones?- If. JO, set the
example by placing a pretty Mon
ument or Headstone . upon the
grave of yonr dear Father, Mother,
Brother, Sister, Husband, Wife or
Child. We are in a position tb
serve yon best. Come In and see
what we have to oiler. We do all
kinds of cemetery work and our
prices are very reasonable, J '
Peoples Marble & Granite Works
W, U. Marsttn, proprietor, 609
N. Jackaoa Street, '
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C. W. Young & Son, 116 Cass St.
Roaeburg, Oregon.
MAXWELL
FOR SALE FIret-clasa 1018 motor
cycle. Inquire Ford Garage.
FOR SALE CHEAP 1914 Harley-
uaviusoa mocer-sycie. raouvoo.
f-24
WANTED.
WANTED Some good cows. . See
Judd, Empire Feedi Barn. -'
WANTED Half grown turkeys or
. poor birds for fattenlty. Pht.w
14F14..-. . ..' -
WANTED. Gander or pair of geese
at once. State price. Box 802,
Roseburg.
WANTED Married man to work on
ranch, at Eden,bower ' Orchard
. Tracts. Fred Fisher, Mgr.' Phone
" 26F4. :.:
WANTED Scraji Iron, metal, rub
ber, rags, chlttim bark, hides and
' wool. Berger's Junk Shop, Phone
' 182.- . . ; . . ;
WANTED-A11: kinda-of furs" and
rabbit sklnB. MuBt be dry. Berg
er's Junk Shop, i '.i,, .,.'." :
CARRIEhS WANTED. To, deliver
. Portland papers In morning before
school. Apply at Ballard's Cigar
' Store, 123 Sheridan St. . Phone
377. " tf.'
WANTED. Will pay $2.60 per day
- and board for men to prune. Want
' two men at once. Also have 25 to
30 acres of light slashing would
like to contract. R. -M. Knight,
: Canyonvllle, Ote,-
: FOR RENT.
FOR RENT 2 rooms suitable for
housekeeping. Phone 216-L,
FOR RENT Furnished four-room
house. Inquire 647 S. Stephens
Street, or phone 45 4-R or 454-L.
:'' ' MISCELLANEOUS.
G: MERRILL Sells prune trees low.
Does not charge two prices. -604
Mill St. :.,.'.
LOST Two Jersey heifers, coming
3-year old, and look almost alike;
no brands or marks.- Strayed from
Round Prairie Ranch. , Address:
. Rice Bros., Dlllard, Ore. .Reward.
EXCHANGE. New five room house
and two lots, clear of Incumbrance,
: for farm property. Inquire at the
News office. -'' ' '
EGGS FOR HATCHING-r-From Bln
gle comb Buff Leghorns. Phone
28F-12, Mrs. Harry Lander, R. F.
"D. 1, box-137, Roseburg. f24-p.
STRAYED One darl-gr:.y 3-year
old, weight 900,. and 1 black, with
Roman nose, weight 1000. Please
notify W. F. Ramp, Route 1, Rose-mii-g,
Oregnn.
VE WRITE BONDSrr-We . write all
. kinds of Bonds and, represent . the
largest In 'lrnnce and Bonding
, Companys. . See M, F, Rice of Rice
; & Rice. tf
WILL ECHAXNGE--70 acre ranch
In -Southern -Oregon, close in, to
trade for three or more aero
- chicken ranch anywhere between
: Roseburg, Oregon, andi Woodland,
!Wash. Address Box B, 188 Ca
1 ruthers St., Portland, Oregon, i '
MONEY TO LOAN Rural credit
. farm loans. The only loan for the
farmer. 20-yonr amortized, loans
w'th privilege of paying all or part
at any time. . Low rate of Interest.
We specialize on farm mortgages.
See M. F. Rico of Rice & Rice. . tf
ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE We
write Fire, Life ai.dl Automobile
Insurance. , All policies inspected
by one versed In the law of insur-
- ance. - No loop holes to escape 11a-
- blllty. Risks promptly inspected
and all losses receive our personal
attention. M. F. Rice, of Rice &
Rice. tf.
WE BUY AND SELL BONDS GoV-
i eminent and municipal bonds. If
' you have money to Invest see us.
.' Don't let your dollars lay Idly by.
U. S. Liberty Bonds at market less
small brokerage. If you must sell,
sell to us. If you wish to buy
more, buy from us. You can't do
I better, you might do worse. See
M. F. Rice of Rice & Rice. tf
SALTS RNE FOR-
W at too nraob. meat, which, clogs
, , Kidneys, then Back hurti and
Blanker bothers yon.
' Host folks forget that the kidneys,
like the bowels, get sluggish and clogged
and need a flushing occasionally, else we
have backache ana dull misery in the
kidney region,' severe headaches, .'rhew
initio twinges, torpid liver, acid stomach,
leeplessnesc and all sort of bladder dis
orders. You simply must keep yonr kldneyi
active and clean, and the moment you
feel an ache or pain in the kidney
region, get about four-ounces of Jad
Salts from any good drug store here,
ttkiMMMiy in a oimmm of water
before Breaaiaav lor a lew uys
your kidneys will then act One. This
famous salts is made from the acid of
grapes and lemon juice, combined with
kidneys and stimulate them to normal
activity .it aiso neuiraitzOT wiw,
la the urine so it no longer irritates,
thus ending bladder disorder. . - ..
, Jad Salts is harmless) Inexpensive)
makes a delightful effervescent lithio
water drink which everybody should toka
now and then to keep their kidneys clean,
thus avoiding serious complications. .
&V well-known local druggist says .ho
kaUs lots of Jad Salts to folks who bellcra
(a overcoming kidney trouble while it la
only tfoabls, -
FISHERS' BIG
CLEAN-UP
Sale:
WILL CLOSE ON
Every dollar's worth of merchandise purchased at
this sale-means a saving of 20 to 25 Cents;
I You can't afford to overlook this opportunity to
j add to the purchasing power. . of youp dollar. '
-?-'
33l3 reduction on all ladies' muslin
underwear. v; ... , " ,
25 per cent reduction on all coats,
suits and dresses. "
: - -. . - ..; . ,.. ,. n.3 V rfjfc
20 per cent reduction on all piece
goods, hosiery and underwear;
10 per cent reduction on all shoes,
( a rubbers and clippers. &: p id u
Extra
For the closing week of this sale we have selected
out of our stock of R & G Corsets,1 about 5 dozen
discontinued models not all sizes in each model,
but your size is: in some 'model, : and "have marked :
them at 1-2 FORMER PRICE. Don't miss this chance,.
of Roseburg and Douglas Co.
1 The Umpqua Trading Company sollcItB your business and if modern
-up to date methods will merit it, we will do our part; "No order
too small to receive otr very bett efforts and painstaking care".
You can send a child here; it will receive the same personal atten-
; tion as though you came yourseK. All goods are marked in plain
j figures. A complete, asBortmoDt of fresh clean stock. of Staple and ;
j Fancy Groceries In an absolutely clean store. Here is something
: new which will appeal to you.' On and after January 1st all charge
accounts. are net cash 80 daya. Cash with delivery we will allow
you 2 per cent , discount, , .. . J .. ' .. . 1
1 Goods paid and dolivorod bj yourself 4 per cent discount.
, Stop tltinkt here is an opportunity to encourage thrift and a
; tidy saving on your months purchases. 1
UmpquaTradingCo.
THE STORE OP QUALITY GOODS. . vn,, . .
Phone SS70. .'. .... .. ' .823 N. Jackson. Street
juuuul umn.nji.n.nnnnrr.r,
A MAN IS WHAT HE FEEDS ON
The housewife, looking to the family health, will buy where she can
got Fresh, Clean Groceries. Our Stock Is Clean and Sanitarily Kept
and all goods are of the best manufacture. Orders personally look
ed after, - -
WALTER PATTERSON. I HE CASS STREET GROCERY, PHONE 279 .
MRS. F. D.-OWKN ;
Cnt Flowers, Potted Plants,
Funeral Designs,- Wedding Hou
qnets, eto..
FOR SALE AT
"THE FERN" -III
Cass fit. Rosebnrg, Ore. -PHONE
940 '
- STOP AT TUB i, .
GRAND HOTEL
rne HTtlKFT RftsifiiriMI
FURNITURE REPAIRING.' ,
UPHOLSTERINO,
REFINISH1NO. ,. , .
All work guaranteed.
- 702 Mill St., or Phono Bl-Y.--
Special
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DELCO-UGHT
The complete Electric light and
- . Power Plant
Bconomlcal In operation. Runs
on kerosene, . gasoline or gas.
R. E. HARNESS
Kosebnrg Oregoa
Jersey Creamery Butter
r 14 lb. Prints
DOUCLAS COUNTY CREAMERY