The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920, February 07, 1919, Page 3, Image 3

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    TTTTO KVmjVO NWS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1010
aaa2ima!i,Thg Best Store Forf?
COMB SAGE TEA
0 CITY NEWS &
"Man may uot bo able to improve on Nuturo,
er
NEAT, NIFTY GARMENTS IN A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT ARK
NOW READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION. ,
Our Line of Silks Is the Best
EVER SHOWN IN ROSEBURG 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,
ROSEBURG
it ABRAHAM
Motor
Developes
in excess
if 50 H. P.
The Esbgx combines at minimum cost the exclusive features of com
fort, safety, luxury, performance and beauty that are tho attributes
of hlghpriced cars, with tho advantages of low first cost, tire eco
my, light operative cost and minimum depreciation.
t .
H. MERTEU"
Phone 193-Y.
CALL
Jersey Brand.
BUTTER
Delivered Fresh Every Morn
ing to Your Grocer.
Special Today, Butter 55c Lb.
FRENCH TRANSFER COMPANY
Contracts Taken and Estimates Fur
nished on All Work In Our Lino. ,
Household Goods Promptly and
Carefully Moved
QUICK, EFFICIENT SERVICE
DELCO-UGHT
Tho complete Electric Light and
Power Flent
Bconomical In operation. Runs
on kerosene, gasoline or ' gas.
R. E. HARNESS
Roeeburg - - - Oregon
DR. S. L. DeLAPP
Osteopathic Physician & Sorgoon
Phouee: Perkta BWg.
Office 119
Res. 434-J. Rosubnrg, Ore.
HEAL K8AXK '
City and Farm Probity, Winches
ter hay and vrer.Rkft Tmxa Lou.
GEORGE RITER.
12S West Oak Street.
STOP AT THE
GRAND HOTEL
Coatst
OAEUON
Lightweight
Milage and
Speed
Greatest
Advantage
AGENT
HOSElllUiU, OREGON.
Sorvico Station 214-21(1 E. Oak St.
FOR
A NEW ARRIVAL.
We have Just received our Spring
and Summer line f Ed. V. Price &
r.n. sumoles. These samples Include
classy summer suitings as well as ser
! ges of all weigths and kinds. It will
1 pay you well in price as well as time
1 to come in and look our samples
' over. We will sell y6u a suit that is
1 mnrte for vou and one that fits you.
They are absolutely guaranteed.
IMPERIAL CLEANERS,
(Try Our Way.)
We call and deliver; . Phone 277.
Spirella Corsets, 246 S. Rose St.
Phone 64-Y. a-4
Monday, Bargain
Day at the
Roseburg Cleaning
AND
Pressing .Works!
Mnn'B Suits French Dry Cleaned
and Pressed for J1.00. All work
given prompt attention. Bargain
day prices do not Include calling
for or delivering clothes.
G. W. SLOPER
308 N. Jack ion.
(By Associated Press.)
PA111S, Feb. 0. The supreme war
council of tho world peace conference
met at Versailles today for the pur
pose of imposing on. Qcrmauy the
"full will of wills., says The Matin.
This appears nocessary because, of
Germany's unwillingness to carry out
the armistice terms except under cer
tain conditions. Tho Matin alleges
thnt thore has been a decided change
in the attitude manifested by Ger
many, whose arrogance toward the
entente of late has been manifested
openly. ,
lENI
ORDERS TROOPS OUT
(By Associated Press.)
WASHINGTON. Pel). (I. Secretary
of War Baiter authorized the sending
of troops to Seattle from Camp Lewis
today, when advised by Governor
Lister of the situation.
ALASKA 101 SWEPT
BY BAD FIRE TODAY
(The Associated Press.)
FAIRBANKS, Feb. 0. Twenty
buildings in the heart of the business
district of the city were destroyed by
Are this morning, and the flames
are still raging. Firemen are tear
ing down adjoining structures in the
hope of saving the national bank
and federal buildings.
Have your fruit or ornamental
Kees, ;'nes or Tjusb. s pruno i by a
ntnn with practical experience; write.
LOL'13 II. BERGOLD
Koseburg, Oregon
GLEXDALE BRIEFS.
P. H. Roberts and son, spent three
days last week at Rogue River and
Grants Pass, looking after business
matters.
Mr; and Mrs. Wm. Pike are rejoic
ing over the arrival of a second
daughter that arrived at their home
last week. '
The Leystul Building on the corner
of Pouter Avenue and 3rd Streets,
that is being made over, is progress
ing nicely, and is really the most de
ilrable place in the city. It is great
ly agitating the public mind you see
we all want to know who will occupy
t and what line of business ,lt will
:onduct. Well! I suppose time will
"3e our only opportunity to find out.
. Candlemas or Ground. Hog day
oroved uneventfull. All day we were
!n the shadow, so weTlope for better
weather; yet we are having nice warm
rains and' no snow so far and we
?annot complain. FarmersVill around
us are busy and every line of work
s in full operation. The epidemic
's over and general health prevails.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Harper are in
receipt of a second telegram confirm
ing the death of their son, Milton J.
Harper, who was killed in action In
Prance October 3rd, 1918. Mrs. Har
der iB her son's beneficiary and has
been Bent blanks to nil out to com
mence her collection of her Insurance
jf $10,000.
Mrs. 'Nancy Ann Barton, admi
nistratrix of the estate of her late
'insband, Wright Barton, was in this
.Ity on Friday attending to. business
natters.
James Barton who has spent three
'ears in the U. S. Service, and has
'ust returned1 from overseas, has been
'.onorably discharged from service
ndris in this city visiting relatives
nd friends. His stepson, Johnnie
?alten, is with him. He will spend
'ie winter here with his mother-in
law, Mrs.' Florence Dewey and they
rill ocupy the Radcliffe cotageon
!th Strent and we nil have a warm
welcome for our soldier's return, also
o Mrs. Elliff and Mrs. Dewey, who
re well k-nv. n and highly esteemed
Oregon Plf.r.e?.
Hagen r.nd Rogers of the Leystul
'ie Mill, are having the products of
heir mill hauled- to this city for ship
rent, a large consignment of ties
'eing loaded on .cars at this place.
Levi Woods has taken a contract
ir 1000 cords of wood and has pur
chased a new steam saw and will
' egin work at once at his farm four
niles east of this city.
Tho Drfngey and Reynolds families
-f Lystul have rented the Winchell
bungalow on 2nd Street arid have
moved to this city. The ladies are
'he daughters of Mr. and Mrs. B. E.
Tamfeson.
O. S. Brown, attorney at law; Is a
buRy man and he Is flllinr? a place
in this city that is very much needed.
A well organized gang of boys are
making themselves very much offens
ive in this city. .'Their ages range
from 10 to IS years. They have
campfires and keep Inte hours. Small
boys who can esrape the vigilance of
anxious parents are taught to smoke
and some of the older ones have been
seen in a condition that is suggestive
of Intoxication. Who is responsible
for such evident waywardness? Our
city needs an active energetic nnd
courageous chief of police to assist
our good marshall in looking after
conditions as they soem at present
to casual observers. MOLLIU.
Earl F. Strone returned to his
ranch at Rice Hill yesterday after
noon, after a short visit in tti is city,
Darkens Beautifully and Restores
. Its Natural Color and '
Lustre at Once. '
Common garden enge brewed Into a
heavy tea, with sulphur and alcohol
added, will turn gray, streaked and
faded hair 'beautifully dark and luxuri
ant Mixing the Sage Tea and Sulphur
recipe at home, though, is troublesome.
An easier way is to get tho ready-to-uso
preparation improved by the addition of
other ingredients, costing about 60 centd
a large bottle, at drug stores, known as
"Wyeth's Sago and Sulphur Compound,"
thus avoiding a lot of muss.
While gray, faded hair ifi not sinful, we
all .desire to retain our youthful anper.r
anee and attractiveness. By darkening
your hair with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur
Compound, no ono can tell, because it
does it bo naturally, so evenly. You
iu at dampen a Bponge or soft brush with
it and draw this through your hair,
taking one small strand at a time; by
morning all gray hairs have disappeared.
After another application or two your
hair becomesbeautifnHy dark, gloBey,
soft and luxuriant and you appear years
younger. Wyeth's Sago and Sulphur
Compound is a delightful toilet requisite.
IfTis not intended tor the cure, mitigation
or prevention of diesase,
0 CITY NEWS
F. O. Bronson made a business trip
to Eugene today.
Encyclopedia 17 large volumens.
Fiction Library. f-28
F. L. Watkins left this morning for
Winchester, where he spent tho day.
Get' your Bpray materials at the
Marsters Drug Store. tf
Mrs. Monroo Cheek, left yesterday
afternoon lor 'a Bhort visit at Wilbur.
Sulphur in sacks, lime In barrels,
at Umpqua Valley Fruit Union. tf
R. H. Dollarhlde returned yester
day afternoon from a visit to Grants
Pass. . . . ' . ;
Bringing down the cost of living
sale. Spot Cash Basket Grocery.
Cash and carry system. . f-7-
Mrs. Monroe Cheek returned this
morninn from a visit with friends at
Wilbur.
First after the war special 36c
value toothbrushes at 19c. Tho Rex
all Drug Store. ; . tf.
' Joe Thompson, of Camas Valley,
was a business visitor in this city
yesterday afternoon. .. .
If you want lo sell your Farm or
City Property, soe Walker, room 2,
up-rtalrs Roseburg National Bank
Uuilding. ,' tf ,
Floyd Frear, left this morning for
Drain, where he haB some private sur
veying work to attend .to.
Good time social. Every one in
vited. Presbyterian Church, Friday
evening, Feb. 7, 1919. f-7
Joe Abeene and wife, who have
been spending a few days in this city
returned yesterday mornlug to their
home at Sutherlln.
Attention automobile owners
bring your tires to the Roseburg Gar
age for high-class vulcanizing and re
pair work at reasonable prices. tf
I
Z. N. Agee, representing the Pacific
Paper Go., of Portland-, is in tne city
looking after, business Interests. He
haB just returned from a trip to Kla
math Falls.
US OF SALTS
It your Back is aching or Bladder
, bothers, drink lota of water
and eat leas meat,
When your kidneys hurt and your back
feels sore, don't get Beared nnd proceed
to load your stomach with a lot of drags
that excite the kidneys and irritate the
entire urinary tract. Keep your kidney
clean like you keep , your bowels clean,
by flushing them with a mild, harmless
salts which removes the body's urinous
waste and stimulates them to their nor
mal activity. Tho function of the kid
neys is to filter the blood. In 24 hours
they strain from it 600 grains of aiid
nnd waste, so we can readily understand
the vital importance of keeping the kid
neys active.
Drink lots of vafcer you can't drink
too much; also get from any pharmacist
about four ounces of Jad Salts; take
a tablespoonful , in a glads of v water
before breakfast each morning for a few
dayB and your kidneys will set fine.
Ibis famous salts is made from the
acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined
with lithia, and has been used for genera
tions to clean and stimulate clogged kid
ncys; also to neutralize the acids in
urine so ft no longer is a source of irri
tation, thus ending bladder weakness.
Jad Salts is inexpensive; cannot In
jure; makes a delightful effervescent
lithia-water drink which everyone should
take now and then to keep their kid
neys clean and active. Try this, also
keep up the water drinking, and no
doubt you will wonder what became of
your kidney trouble and backache, .
Have Wilbur L. Spaugh repair your
watches, clocks and. Jewelry. All
work guaranteed one year. 604 So.
Pino Street. m-7
' Mrs. Mao Calhoun, who has been
visiting in this city for several duys,
loft this morning for her home at
Merlin.
It's lovely to bo able to walk, to
run," to carry your own grip, sloep
hard and breathe deeply, and'to look
everybody In the eye with a look
which snys that you can take care
or yourself. You can do all or these
it you use plenty of milk In your
diet Phone 186 for Good Milk. The
Roseburg Dairy. . tf.
i LODGE DIRECTORY. .
.
REBEKAHS. Roseburg Rebekah
Lodge, No. 41, I. O. O. F. Moots
in Odd Fellows Temple every
Tuesday evening. Visiting sisters
and brethren invited' to attend.
BLANCH REED, N. G.,
. BELLE STEPHENSON, See.
DELLA LEWIS, Financial Sec.
iVOMF.N OF WOODCRAFT, Lilao
Circle No. 49. Meets on the rat
P"d 3rd Monday evening of each
n-onth at Odd Fellows' hall. Visit
ing members in good standing are
t invited to attend.
ANNIE E. CHURCHILL, O. N.
TILLIE I. JOHNSON, Clerk.
f. O. O. F Rising Star Ijodgo No. 174
meets in the Odd Fellov s' Temple
every Friday evening. , Visiting
brethren always welcome.' - .
' FOSTER BUTNER, N, G
A. C. MARSTERS, V. G...
CARL W. OHMAN, Roc. Sec.
M. FICKLE, Financial Sec.
U. P. O. EIKS, iioseimrg Lodge, No.
320 Holds regular communica
tions at the Elks' Temple on the
: 2nd anl 4th Thursdays of each
month. All members requested, to
attend regularly', and all visiting
brothers are cordially invited to
attend.
GEO. NEUNER; Jr., E. R.
IRA B. RIDDLE. Sea'y.
TX)YAL ORDER OF MOOSE, Rose
burg lodge No., 1037 Meets sec
ond and fourth Wednesday even
ing of each month at 8 o'clock la
the Maccabee hall. All visiting
brothers are Invited to attend.
GLENN WOODRUFF,- Dictator,
H. O. PARGETER. Secretary.
f. O. O. F. Phllctnrlall Ijodgo No. 8.
Meets In Odd Fellow's Temple,
corner Jackeon and. Cass streets, on
Saturday! evening of each week,
ViBltlng brethren are always wel
come. . . HORACE, C. BERfl, N.,G.,
A. J GI5DDES, Rcc. Sec.
J. B. BAILEY. Fin. Sec. '
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BUT A WOMAN CAN
I lor duties, her cares, UnreavB, all leave their traces, and however
slight thoy may be, you look hotter, nnd consequently fool better,
without them. Exhilo them. - Banish them with Rouge
JUNTEEL ROUGE
THREE SHADES, 50 Conts Sizos
Nathan
Fullerton
TJie 9fX,a& Store
Rosetarg School of Music
,.'.' TEACHING . . ,,'.'
Piano Voice Violin
SYSTEMATISE VOICE TRAINING
A School dovoted to the training of Voices for singing, eminently
successful in the results obtained. The fullest possible information
accorded prospective students of Song.' Correspondence invited..-
Tone: English, French and Italian enunciation a specialty.
MRS. JOS. C. LITTLE, Dir.
. . Pupil Paris Conservatory, France...
i A MAN IS WHAT HE FEEDS ON
; ' The housewife, looking to the family health, will buy where she can
; got Fisu, Clean Groceries. Our Stock Is Clean and Sanitarily Kept
; . nnd all goods are of the best manufacture. : Orders personally. look
ed after. -
! : WALTER PATTERSON, I HE CASS STREET GROCERY, PHONE 279
A. F. & A. M., Lnurol T.mlfjo No. 13,
Regular communications 2nd anl.
. . fourth Wednesdays each month at
Masonic Temple, Roseburg, Ore.
Visitors welcome. .
GUY CORDON, W. M.
W. F. HARRIS. Seev.
L. O. T. M. Rosoburir Hive No. 11,
holds regular reviews on second
and fourth Friday afternoons in
Maccaboo hall. Sisters of other
hives visiting In the city are cor
dially Invited to attend bur re
views. Maccabee hall on Cass
Street.
ELLA LANE, COM.
' JESSIE RAPP, R. K.
O, E. S., Roseburg Chapter No. 8
HoUls their regular meeting on
the 1st and 3rd Thursday in each
month. Visiting members lh good
standing- are respectfully Invited
to attend.
. MRS. CARRIE BELL, W. M.
FRT3E JOHNSON. Sec'y.
A5
It Is Our Daily Task
to consider and solve the print
ing problems of our customers
and each one we solve gives us
jusT: 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
Yf4 ?n f I
Perkins
. Building
EAGLES, Roseburg Arie meeta in
their hall on Jackson St., In 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. P.
VICTOR MICELLI, W. P. ,;
B. F. GOODMAN, Secretary.
WOODMEN OF WORLD. , .
Camp No. 126, Meets in the Odd
Follows' hall in Rossburg every
1st and 3rd Monday evenings. Vis
iting neighbors always welcome.'
. 1 H. CARRICK, 0. C. .
M. M. MILLER, Clerk.'
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Alpha
Lodge No. 47, meets every Wed
nesday evening,' cor. Jackson ' and
Cass Bts. Visitors always welcome.
D. N. BUSENBARK, C. C.
CHAS. F. HOPKINS, M. F.
E. E. WTMBERLY, K. R. 8.'
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