The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920, February 03, 1919, Page 3, Image 3

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    THRFB
;The Best
Winter Goats!
NEAT, NIFTY GARMENTS IN A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT ARK
NOW READY FOB YOUR INSPECTION. ' . - .j
Our Line of Silks Is the Best
EVER SHOWN IN ROSEMJRO IT HAS NO EQUAL AND MANY
BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS ARE 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.
WSEBURC
I. ABRAHAM;
CALL
Jersey Brand
BUTTER
Delivered Fresh Every Morn
ing to Your Grocer. .
Saturday Special, Butter 55c Lb.
FIRE
INSURANCE!
Risks Promptly Insist
ed on Application.
We have several strong old-line
Companies. Protect yourself be
fore it is too late.
W. A. BOGARD
405 Cass Street
Phone 303.
Monday, Bargain
Day at the
Roseburg Cleaning
-AND : -
Pressing Works!
Men's Suits French Dry Cleaned
and Pressed for $1.00. AU work
given prompt attention. Bargain
day prlceB do not include calling
for or delivering clothes.
G. W. SLOPER
308 N. J action.
Fire and Auto Insurance
Protect yourself from loss with
one of our properly written Insur
ance policies.
6. W. YOUNG & SON, INSURANCE
1 18 Cass Street Roxehnrg. Ore.
Pork; Krop.
If pleased you'd be
With the meat you buy
For beef to roast or pork to fry
Beef and pork our leading crop.
Vnu'il And us always on the hop,
Scrupulously clean, we use the mop.
TRADE HERE.
THE ECONOMY MARKET
Store For!
OREliON
FOR
WE HOPE FOR YOUR NEVVI
HOMEYOUuEPLANNCU-
iTHE FINEST
PLUMBING IN
THE LAND!
We hear you're planning to build
a now hon.e. Well, do you know
that It would be a matter of
money in your pocket and good
plumbing in your house if you
talkod your plans - er with us and
got our prices? We're dependable
plumbers.
Roseburg Pinmbing & Heating Co.
PHONE tal.
DELCO-LIGHT
- The complete Electric Light and
Power Plant
Bconomlcal . in operation. Runs
on kerosene, gasoline or gas.
R. E. HARNESS
Hosoburg . - - . Oregon
Dry Slab Wood
Lime and Cement
AT -
H, J. DENN TRANSFER COMPANY
PHONE 138
MRS. F.D.OWEN .
Cut Flowers, Potted Plants,
Funeral Designs, Wedding Bou
quets, etc
. FOR SAM) AT
"THE FERN"
111 Cass St. Roseburg, Ore.
PHONE 140
FURNITURE REPAIRING.
UPHOLSTERING,
REFINISHINQ. . .
. All work guaranteed. '
70S Mill St, or Phone Sl-Y.
rr
DR. S. L. DeLAPP
Osteopathic Physician Surgeon
Phones! IW-S18 Perkins Rldg.
Office 119 i ... .
Re.454-J. . Roseburg, Ore.
STATEMENT OF
r ' BELGIAN RE LIEF
Following is statement from the
local committee, in charge of the Bel
gian and French Relief tor children:
Donations received for the month
of January from Douglas County to
taled $46.45 and were as follows:
$10.17 taken from the bottles located
In various business houses in Rose
burg. $5.00 from Mrs. Tlsdale taken
from bottle at Sutherlin. : $2.45 from
Mrs. Jackson from bottle at Looking
Glass. $2.00 from Mrs, Lily from
bottle at Glide. - $4.50 from Mrs.
Fortin from bottle at Umpq.ua. $2.60
from Mrs. Roweber's Sunday School
class at Green. , $2.19 from Mrs. Lily
from bottle at Dixonville. $2.00 from
Miss Myer's 7th and 8th Grade .pupils
from bottles at .Myrtle Creek and
$4.65 from sale of Christmas cards.
These cards were sold by the 'Honor
Guard girls of Roseburg, Mrs. Fortin
of Umpqua, Mrs. Short of Wilbur and
MrB. Tisdale of Sutherlin.
The local committee who assisted
Mrs. William Bell for the month ol
January were: Mrs. I. B. Riddle, Mrs.
J. D. Osborn and Mrs. J. D. Enger,
and they wish to especially thank the
nonor Guard girls for their able as
sistance as well as the other ladles
who assisted in the county, also those
who donated to the worthy cause.
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j. CITY NEWS 0 j
.i .iijuiji.rii nT.-i- .... i'
L. T. Gibson left thlB morning for
Cornutt where he is employed.
Get your Bpray materials at the
Marsters Drug Store. tf
Sulphur in sacks, lime In barrels,
at Umpqua Valley Fruit Union. tf
First after the war special 36c
value toothbrushes at 19c. The Rex
all Drug Store. tf-
Hurry, hurry get some of those
nice white oats from Judd- before
they are all gone. ... - f-8
Mrs. R. M. Baker left this morn-
lug for Portland after visiting in this
city for a few days.
B - 4 - U buy a farm, C J. A. Walker,
Roseburg National Bank Bldg., room
2, up-stalrs. tf
Miss Lowene Payne returned last
night from a week end visit at her
home In Yoncalla.
T vn. mnnt m a11 vnnr Farm or
City Proporty, see Walker, room 2,
UD-Etairs Roseburg National nana
Building. ' . tf
Clara Weatherly, of Oakland, re
turned to her home this morning af
ter a short visit with friends in this
city. -
Attention automobile owners
bring your tires to the Roseburg Gar
age for high-class vulcanizing anu re-
ijnir work at reasonable prices. ir
-
Ed. Brady, who has been visiting
In Roseburg for Beveral days left
this morning for his home at Port
land, , . . -
The Iblggfest sack for the least
money. Get Judd's prices and the
weight of the sack before you buy
eed. !-
Trainmaster John Ehger left this
morning for Eugene where hi will
spend a short time attending to busi
ness matters.
J. E. McClintock and wife returned
to their home in this city last night
after a day spent visiting with Mr.
McClintock s parents in Wilbur.
Fred Williams, of Glenbrook, re
turned to that ranch this morning
after spending the week end In this
city. . .
Mrs. P. W. Didtel, who has been
visiting in the city for several days,
eturned to her home at Riddle this
norning.
There Is a Joy In going without
'.hings but a greater Joy In getting
rood things at the right price. All
iodas at pre-war prices.. Roseburg
3oda Works. Phone 186. tf.
Miss Mildred Parsk, who has been
mending the week end with her par
ents, left this morning for Eugene
where she attends the State Univer
sity.
Harley-Davldson Motorcycles, Bl
cycles, Sidecars and Sldevans. Guar
anteed second hand machines. Lib
erty bonds taken at face value. 204
West Douglas St, Roseburg. m-3.
E. L. Watson who has been visit
ing for several weeks at San Diego,
returned' to his home In this city last
night. Mrs. Watson will remain in
the California city for a short time.
Mrs. Allie Baker, of Myrtle Creek,
Is in Roseburg for a few days in the
interest of the Orland, California,
government land project. For fur
ther information Bee MrB. Baker at
the Hotel Umpqua. f-4.
Do you save as much as you should?
If not, why not? Try our method.
Umpqua Savings andi Loan Associa
tion. A home institution for home
people. Office with Douglas Abstract
Company. , u
It's lovely to be able to walk, to
run, to carry your own grip, sleep
hard and breathe deeply, and to look
everybody in the eye with, a look
which says that you can take care
of yourself.. You can do all of these
if you use plenty of milk. In your
diet Phone 186 for Good Milk. The
OF
DEER CREEK GRANGE
South Deer Creek Grange held its
regular meeting Saturday night, with
two of Its boys present who. have been
in' military training Alva Hunter
and Ralph Karcher. The meeting
was well attended, nearly fifty mem
bers being present. Two candidates
were initiated and the lecturer pres
ented the following program: Song,
"The Battle Cry of the Republic;'.' a
paper by Wm. Bailey on the question,
"Will the tractor replace the horse
on the Farm?" brought out a Bpirlted
discussion, with the majority agree
ing that the. tractor could never en-
tlrely replace the horse In hilly coun
tries such as the Umpqua Valley. It
was also suggested that It was not
the number oftractors In a neighbor
hood that would lead to efficiency,
but rather a few tractors In a com
munity that could work for the en
tire neighborhood; a cornet and
trombone duet by Ralph Karcher and
Alva Hunter acompanled by Prof.
Karcher on the piano waB the next
number on the program, after which
Miss Agnes McCormick read a paper
on "What features of simpler living
made necessary by the war are worth
retaining," after which Messrs. Prof.
Karcher, Alva Hunter and Ralph Kar
cher favored the grange with a march
"The League of Nations." The grange
deputy next read an article from The
Western Farmer, entitled "What the
Grange has accomplished in the Pa
cific Northwest, and the program was
concluded by singing "America." '
The following officers have been In
stalled by South Deer Creek Grange:
Master, Mrs. Roland Breedlove; over
seer, Win. Karcher; steward, John
Casebeer; lecturer, A. Karcher; treas
urer, W. S. Conine; secretary, R. A.
Eastman; assiBtant steward, Elmer
Melton; lady assistant steward, Miss
lola Martin; - chaplain,' Miss Xenla
Casebeer; executive and legislative
committee, Messrs. Wm. Melton, Wm.
Karcher and Wm. Bagley.
IF ACT
BAD TAKE SALTS
Sayi Baokaohe if a sign yon have bean
eating too much meat, whloh
forms orio acid.
When you trake up with backache and
dull miaery in the kidney region it gen
erally means you have been eating too
much meat, says a well-known authority.
Meat forms uric acid which overworki
the kidneys in their effort to filter it
from the blood and they become sort of
paralyzed and loggy. When your kidneys
get sluggish and clog you muat relieve
them, like you relieve your bowels; re
moving all the body's urinous waste,
else you have backache, lick headache,
dizzy spells; your stomach sours, tongue
is coated, and when the weather is bad
you have rheumatic twinges. The urina
is cloudy, full of sediment, channels often
get bo re, water Bcalds and you are obliged
to seek relief two or three times during
the night. (
Either consult a good, reliable physi
cian at once or get from your pharmacist
about four ounces of Jad Salts; take
a tables poonful in a glass ,of water
before breakfast for a few days and your
kidneys will then act fine. This famous
salts is made from the acid of grapes
and lemon juice, combined with lithia,
and has . been used for generations to
clean and stimulate sluggish kidneys,
also to neutralize acids in the urine so it
no longer irritates, thus ending bladder
weakness. vi. , ; .
Jad Salts Is a life saver for regular
meat eaters. - It is inexpensive, cannot
injure and makes a deiigntitii, euer
veacent lithia-water drink.
Hudson Super Six
THE WORLD'S LARGEST
SELLING FINE CAR
HUDSOtf StJPER
" SIX '
Ask any Super Six owner about the car.
We are content to let his answer be ours.
H. MERTEN
ROSEBUIta, OREGON.
Phone 101-Y. Service Station 214-210 E. Oak St,
Roseburg School of Music
; ' TEACHING
Piano Voice Violin
SYSTEMATICE VOICE TRAINING
A School devoted to the training -of Voices for singing, eminently
successful In the results obtained. The fullest possible Information
accorded prospective students of Bong. Correspondence Invited.
Tone: English, French and Italian enunciation a specialty.
MRS. JOS. C. LITTLE, Dir.
Pupil Paris Conservatory,- Franco.
S TIa
I
and
C 1 .
is the experience of many:
on ehanfnfrom
Not act all incredible!
jfbrPostxm
the dis-tress-causin
elements m coffee. At
the same time it is a de
Hcious nourishing drink
"There's a Reason' for
NOTICE ' SHERIFF'S SALE).
Pursuant to a decree of foreclosure
and ordor of salo rendered In the Cir
cuit Court of the State of Oregon for
Douglas County, on the 18th day of
January, 1919, In a -suit wherein
Hary P. Marks is plaintiff ft and Den
nis R. Waggoner and Mao Wafgoner
husband and wife; are defendants, tor
' the recovery of the sum of six hun-
ared seventy-nine and 68-1UU dol
lars, with intorest thoroon at the
rate of seven ipor cent . por annum
from' January 18 1919," until paid,
the further sum of sixty dollars, at
torneys fees, and1 costs and disburse
ments taxed at slxtoon dollurs, and
the costs of this sale, and pursuant
to on execution and order of sale
issued out of said Court on said
Judgement, I will expose for sale and
sell at public auction, at the front
door of the County Court House in
said county, in the City of Roseburg,
Douglas County, Ore., on Monday, the
24th day of February, 1919, at 1
o'clock in the afternoon of said' day,
the real property situated in the
County of Douglas nnd Stato of Ore
gon, described as follows, to-wlt: Lot
numbered five and the Northeast
quarter of the Northwest quarter of
section 7 in Township 22, South of
Range 10 West of . the Willamette
meridian, containing seventy acres
more or less..
Said sale will be for cash in hand
and will be subject to confirmation
by the Court. :
Dated Roseburg, Oregon, Janu
ary 23, 1919.
GEORGE K. QUINE,
Sheriff of Douglas County, Orogon.
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SxxxisKixxe and
lice of vjloom
IjtjtHl
"TheToughest Skin
says the proverb, but the fairest skin wants some outings, too,
and wants them! in all kinds of weather. J . '
' . THAT'S THE TIME TO USE (
Jontell Compact Face Powder
THE BO CENT OUT-DOOR PACKAGE j
that enables the owner of the most delicate skin,' to go out, and !
stay out, and feel glad all the time, that she Is out..... ...
Nathan a Perkins ,
Fulferton TJ10 J2.2s ors Building j
FRENCH TRANSFER COMPANY
Contracts Taken and Estimates Fur
'. nlshcd on AU Work In Our line. - i
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Household Goods Promptly and
Carefully Moved
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QUICK, EFFICIENT SERVICE
Heinline Piano School
For
ALL GRADES PIANO STUDENTS
Children's Fundamental lasses
, . Specialty.
421 Perkins Bldg. Phone 8D0
JUDD'S
Feed & Seed Store
Some Fine recleaned white Oats
(Hastening Special) an' extra line
white Oat. Also Crown Union
White Oats, Good Oats are senrco
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. Bock....2.4B
Mill Run," per 80 lb. sack....S2.10
Scratch Food, 100 lb. sack....$4.B0
Egg Producing Mash, per 100
. pound sack M-00,
Corn good Corn 24c
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 cheap.
One light Buggy, awfully cheap.
One double Harness, one single
harness, several good Collars. One
Cream Separator. -
J. M. JUDD
Rmnlr Hsm.
Rosobtira
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HoldsLongest Out" j
IlEAL ltSTATB
City and Farm Property, Winches,
tor bay ana WestUke Town Lou.
. :. . GKOKGE RITER. s
ill West Oak Street.
STOP AT THJB
GRAND HOTEL
nnt STRKKT
Rosnnnto
ERENCH CLASSES
I MRS, ETHELYH BANNERHAN CAMPBELL
Pupils desiring instruction In' class
ill please call for artlculars, Fory
Studio, over Ott'e Muslo Store. ,
Time to Spray
LIME S ULPH U RISOLUTIO N j
I
30 degrees and better $11.00 per
barrel 1. o. b.. Sutherlin; $1.50
Robnte on return of container in
good condition. It you can use
60 barrels or more, write for
prices, ' ) i
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Sutherlin Spray
Manufacturing Co. j
eo. Kolillutgen, Prop. PhoM 08.
Roseburg Dairy. tf.