The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920, February 25, 1919, Page 3, Image 3

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!The Best Store For !
Winter Coats!
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I' NEAT, NUTV GARMENTS IN A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT ABB
, NOW READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION.
i Our Line of Silks Is the Best
I EVER SHOWN IN ROSEBURd IT HAS NO EQUAL AND MANY '
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,
ROSEBURd
I. ABRAHAM;
OREliON
Fisher's Blend Flour
Now Milled as Before the War
Not the coarse, dark Flour of war times, but a rich, white Patent
Flour made from finest Eastern Hard Wheat and finest Western
Bluestem "
Scientifically blended and manufactured by ...
FISHER FLOURING MILLS CO.
SEATTLE, U. S. A. ;
WM HAIR TONIC
.TRADE MARrt
- You can have beautiful hair tf you keep the scalp clean and heal
thy. Neglect results in baldness. We recommend Meritol Hair Tonic,
sold only by us, on a guarantee, to be a reliable preparation for keep
ing the scalp and hair in a healthy condition. Let us explain its merits
to you. oOc and $1.00 the bottle.
Chapman's Pharmacy, Roseburg, Ore.
CALL FOR
Jersey Brand
BUTTER
" Delivered Fresh Every Morn
ing to Your Grocer.
Get Your Tires Fixed Up Wow
before the spring rush starts. I
Repair and F:etread
all makes of "tires.
Douglas County Agent for Diamond Tires. Ask
about my guarantee. Something new.
Johnson's Retreads
216 N, Jackson St. Roseburg, Oregon
A MAN IS WHAT HE FEEDS ON
Tie housewife, looking to the family hiialtb, will buy where she can
let Freeh, Clean Groceries. 'Jwr gtocl : is Clean and SanlUrlly Kept
and all gouds are ot tbe best lonnufactt (re. Orders penonally look
ed after.
WALTER PATTERSON. I HE BASS STR EET GROCERY, PHONE 279
- MILK
Absolutely sanitary from th Cow to the Kttdhen. Roseburg Dairy
& Scda Works
PHONE 18SI '
Soda Sparkling and Refreshing; ordeir by the; case. R. D. & 8. W.
Phone 186. t
LiveTwire Doings of City
Return from Disston.
County Agricultural Agent C. J.
Hurd and Fruit Inspector E. A. Pear-
cy returned Sunday night from Dls
ston, where they obtained several
pounds of lady bird beetles to be
released here to combat the Aphis.
Return to Butherlin.
John Banks and Lawrence Neuner,
who are operating a saw mill in the
Sutlterlln vicinity, returned to Suth-
erllh yesterday morning alter spend
ing several days in this city attend
ing to business maters.
Going to I'ortlund.
W. A. Burr, the well known auto
dealer, and IUb wile, left this after
noon for Portland, where he will
attend the automobile and tractor
show. They expect to, be gone
several days. ' .' -
ttecelves Word Brother's Deutli.
R. S. J, Hamilton, yesterday re
ceived word that his brother, A. G.
Hamilton had been killed in France.
The deceased wsb a first Lieutenant
In the' Royal Engineers, an English
organization, and has served' thruout
the entire war. The immediate cause
ot bis death was not given.
Harold Smith in City.
Corporal Harold T. Smith, former
ly a resident of this city, but now
living at Boise, Idaho, is spending
a fow days visiting with friends In
this city before returning to his
home. He has been serving in the
heavy artillery and was recently dis
charged at Camp Lowis.
Can iet Information.
Orchardlsts interested in Filbert
or Walnuf Growing can obtain In
formation on these subjects by writ
ing to Knight Pearcy, Secretary and
Treasurer of the Western Walnut As
sociation, Salem, Oregon. The report
of the growers of the Northwest, as
delivered at the recent convention, is
now being put In print and as it con
tains many papers on phases of nut
culture, It will be a great benefit to
all those Interested.
j CLASSIFIED COLUMN
FOR SALE. One Jersey cow cheap.
Phone 2F4. tf.
FOR SALE Buff Orphington eggs
for hatching. N. C. Ashby, Route
2, City.' Phono 9F3.
FOR SALE Used cars. 6-passenger
Buick and Overland; also Ford
truck. Jotor Shop Oarage.
FOR SALE Used Ford, Maxwell
and Dodge Bros, touring cars. Call
at Dodge Agency, Cass St., J. O.
Newland, prop. .
FOR SALE. Hay at the Edenbower
Orchard tracts. Fred Fisher, inan
ager. Phone 2S-F4. ...
FOR SALE. A 1917 Chandler Six,
4 passenger roadster. A snap for
somebody. See it at' the Roseburg
Garage. , .
FOR SALE. Very cheap, old model
Reo automobile, guaranteed to be
In good running order. Can be seen
at 320 W. Cass street.
SMALL RANCHES Small farms all
kinds, city property, timber land to
trade. C. Merrill, the trader, 604
Mill street.
FOR SALE Cow, half Jersey anu
half Aryshlre; gives one gallon or
better now on dry feed. Chas.
Insley, R. F. D. tf
FOR SALE. Case threshing outfit,
complete, separator, 12-26 steam
tractor, stacker, etc. Address John
Abeene, Sutherlln.
FOR SALE. Undivided half interest
In a working placer mine. Will
take a light touring car for part
payment up to $1,000. For partic
ulars address F. Schmidt, Rose
bnrg, Star Route. tf.
wmmm
Backache?
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 ana joinw. uireu
suffer from twinges of rheumatism or
lumbago, sometimes from gout, swollen
hands or feet. There is no longer the
slightest need of this, however, as the
new prescription, Amine," is bound
to give immediate results as. it is many
times more potent than lithia, in ridding
the impoverishea Diooa oi iw poisons
by way of the kidneys. It can be ob
tained at almost any drag store, by
simply asking for "Annrio" (or kidneys
or backache. It will overcome such
conditions as rheumatism, dropsical
awellings, cold extremities, scalding and
taming nrine and sleeplessness duo to
jonstant arising from bed at night.
Send to Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel,
loflalo, N. Y., for a 10c. trial package.
Madhm, Cal.-'1 recommend Doctor Plerea's
Vnnrfc very hlrtlr. ' "If'' ,or
area rear with catarrh of tho bladder, harm
led every remedy I heard of bat without relief,
law Anurie advertised In the paper, and like
.-owning man slabbing at a itraw I thought 1
ould try It alio, which I did with Treat aucceit,
a It relieved me almoat Immediately, before I had
iken all of the trial package, and having great
mndenco In the remedy I Immediately aent to
to drug atore and bought a foll-ilze package,
an ear to ell eulTeiing from any diseare of
1 kidneys or Qrle acid trouble, try thla remedy
l mffer no longer. I hove great faith In Dr.
-ce i romediea.-a. S. tiawnl n.
EP IC ACID
Tells Rheumatism Sufferers to
Eat Less Meat and Take .
Salts.
Rheumatism . is .easier to avoid than
to cure, states a well-known authority.
We are advised. to dress warmly; keep
the feet dry; avoid-exposure; eat less
meat, but drink plenty of good water.
Rheumatism is a direct .- result of
eating too much meat and other rich
foods that produce uric acid which is
absorbed , into the blood. . It is the
function of the kidneys ' to filter this
acid from the blood and cast it out in
the urine; the pores of the skin are
also a means of freeing the blood of
this impurity.' In damp" . and chilly
cold weather the skin pores are closed
thus forcing the kidneys to do double
work, they become weak and sluggish
and fail to r eliminate the. uric acid
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 before
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 and
is used with excellent results by thou
sands of folks who are subject to rheu
matism. Here you have a pleasant,
effervescent lithia-water drink . which
helps overcome uric acid and is bene
ficial to ypur kidneys as well.
FOR SALE Top buggy, one light
single 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.
FOR SALE Why pay rent? Buy a
house of your own. Here Is a bar-
gain for cash: Three-room modern
house, good condition, , large lot,
shingled wood shed, good hen
house, cement walks. - Apply : to
owner, 1133 Howard Street, West
Roseburg. tf
WANTED.
WANTED Some good cows. See
Judd, Empire Feedi Barn. '
WANTED 26,000 Eggs and 4 ton of
corn on the cob. Spot Cash Basket
Grocery. :
WANTED Half grown turkeys or
poor birds for fatteni-t?. Phone
14F14. - ;
WANTED.- Good girl for genera
housework. Apply Mrs. Chas.' E
Hagar, route 1, R. F. P., box 84.
WANTED-rflcrap . iron, metal, rub
ber, rags, chittlm bark, hides and
wool. Berger's Junk Shop. Phone
182. 1
WANTED Ranch hand one thor
oughly experienced. No boys need
apply. Sunshine rapch; phone
1F2. - !
WANTED Furnished louse for one
year Or longer; family of two.
Rent not over $20.00 per month.
Phone 294-Y. I
WANTED. Men to cut 16-inch stove
wood at $1.66 a tier, block at
SI. 40. Alexander addition. J. E.
Plalsted, phone '16-F2. . :
WANTED Team of horses 4 to 8
years old, weighing not over 1200
to 1260 each. Anyone having such
a team Co sell will do well to call
,. on C. C. Long, or phone 10F21,
Cleveland. ,;
ANTED To purchase 10 to 30 acre
tract of land improved or unim
proved, near railroad station. Must
be creek or river bottom; bearing
prune orchard preferred. - Address,
J. B. Henslee, Riddle Ore.
WANTED. Will pay 12.60 per day
. and board for men to prune. Want
. two men at once. Also have 26 to
30 acres of light slashing would
like to contract. R. M. Knight,
Canyonvllle, Ore.
FOB RUNT.
FOR RENT 2 rooms suitable for
housekeeping. Phone 216-L.
FOR RENT Neatly furnished house-
; keeping rooms. Inquire 328 K.
Douglas St. ' , f-28
FOR RENT 2-roomed furnished
flat, close in. Also a comfortable
sleeping room. Patterson's flats,
119 West Lane.
MI9CELLANKOUH.
EGGS FOR HATCHING S. C. White
. Leghorns, '.red from best laying
stock. Setting of 16, 11.00. Mrs.
J. Altken, Phone 26F6.
FOR EXCHANGE House and lot
. near Riverside school, for team, or
will sell cheap. C. C. Stone, Rose
burg.
LOST. 30x3 1-2 Republic anto tire,
inner tube and rim, at foot of Vin
egar hill, BatUrday. Finder please
leave at the John Marks place. f26
8TRATED One dark-gruy 3-year
old, weight BOO. and 1 black, with
Roman nose, weight 1000. Please
notify W. F. Ramp, Route 1, Rose-
burg, oregan.
LOST Two Jersey heifers, coming
8-year old, and look almost alike
no brands or marks. . Strayed from
Round Prairie Ranch. Address:
Rice Bros., Dlllard, Ore. .Reward
'FARMERS & GARAGE OWNER9
We can supply you with expert Me-
'ehanlcs and Tractor Operators.
Hemphill's Trade Schools, 124 N.
6 th street, Portland, Ore."
- MUSIC. .
TEACHER OF PIANO Mrs. Bthelyn
Bannerman Campbell. Studio over
v . Ott's. Musis Store. Mrs. Campbell
' will teaoh throughout the winter.
Phone Hotel Umpqua. (
EDUCATIONAL.
FRENCH CLASSES. Mrs Ethelyn
. Bannerman Campbell. Pupils de
siring instruction In class will
please call for particulars.
Studio over Ott's Music Store.
EGGS FOR HATCHING. From S.
C. W. Leghorn hens mated to
males from O. A. 0 stock; $1.50
per 16. Rates loss on orders of 66
or more. Helen C. Leeper, Oak
land, Ore. .. . .
LIBERTY BONDS All Issues bought
, and sold. Before buying or selling
get our quotations. Now is the time
to buy; Bonds will go higher in the
near future.. See M..F. Rice of
- Rice & Rice. - tf
MONEY TO 'LOAN Rural eredit
farm loans. The only loan for the
farmer. 20-year amortized loans
with privilege of paying all or part
at any time. Low rate of Interest.
' We specialize on farm mortgages.
' See M. F. Rice of Rice & Rice. ' tf
ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE We
write Fire, Life and Automobile
Insurance. All policies Inspected
by one versed In the law ot lnsur
, ance. No loop holes to escape lia
bility. Risks promptly inspected
' and all losses receive our personal
attention. M. F. Rice of Rice &
Rice. tf
WE BUY AND SELL BONDS Gov
ernment and municipal bonds. : If
you have money to invest see tis.
Don't let your dollars lay idly by.
U. S. Liberty Bonds at market less
small brokerage.: It you must sell,
sell to us. If you wish to buy
more, buy from us. You can't do
better, you might do worse. See
Mi F. Rice of Rice & Rice. . tf
'THERE ARE JUST THREE KINDS
of people who don't buy life insur
ance: -1. The people who can't pay for It.
2. The people who can't get It.
3. The people who don't caro for
their families.
Now, you are either one of these
three klndB of people, or else you
! are ready to sign this application
you will have to classify yourself."
Special low rates. M. F. Rice, Ant.
THE PACIFIC BUILDING & LOAN
Association issues the best savlngB
, proposition , made. Their, saving
plan cannot be better, If you wish
1 we can loan you money to pay the
Mortgage on your home. $15.17
pays $100 ' Interest and principal
. in 96 monthly payments. . $5.00
each month for 96 months returns
. to you $1000 at maturity. Can you
beat 11? . If so come In, we will
give you a Job. See M. F. Rice of
Rice & Rice. tf
RENTERS Why' do you constantly
continue to enrloh the landlord ?
' The average renter will pay (out
$200 per year of good money if or
: privilege of living In a property
worth about $1000. In five years
you could own the place and your
money all coines back to you If
you play the game right. Tf by inot
' begin now. Will sell you half block,
small house," Ileal location, small
payment down and balance month
ly. See Mr. Wood at News of flco.
Property will never again be as
eheap as right now. , - j;
UfE HOPE FOR YOUR NEW
HOME YOUVE PLANNCO
THE .FINEST
PLUMBING
LAND
14
We hear you're planning to build
a now home. Well, do you know
that It would 1 be a matter of
money In Tour pocket and good
plumbing in your house If you
talked your plans er with us and1
got our prtceB? . We're dependable
plumbers.
Roseburg Plumbing & Heating Co.
PHONE 181.
JUDD'S
Feed & Seed Store
Some Fine recleaned white Oats
(Hastening Special) an extra fine
white Oat. Also Crown Union
White Oats, Good Oats are scarce
and if yon need any, see me quick.
Some Oood Whole Barley and Club
Wheat, Alfalfa Hay, and some
Just Hay.
Rolled Oats, per sack.. $2.00
Rolled Barley, 76 lb, sack..2.45
Mill Run, per 80 lb. sack....$2.10
Scratch Food, 100 lb. sack.... $4. 60
Egg Producing Mash, per 100
pound sack $4.00
Corn good Corn 2 He.
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. i
J. M. .JUDD
"IF ITS A HARDIE' IT'S RIGHT"
Umpqua Valley Fruit Union
Hardie H Sprayers
The Hardie Special Triphjx Power Sprayer pays Its way. With
. first class fruit commanding high prices, with labor both scarce and
costly, a Hardie power sprayer which , by Its effective work, ln
i creases your crop ot the higher grades of fruit and cuts your labor
bill In half, surely pays Its way. A demonstration Is our most con
vincing argument. Call and see. . .-. j
THE UMPQUA VALLEY FRUIT UNION
"' ' ROSEBURG, OREGON. v ,
' . "IF IT'S A' HARDIE IT'S BIGHT."
EGGS FOR HATCHING S. C. Black
Mlnorcas $1.50 por 15. D. S. Hous
er, city, phono 335-Y.
LADIES' & CHILDRENS' DRESSES
.. made and remodeled. Sewing
- wanted. Call 736 W. Lane. Phone
150-J.
MORTGAGE LOANS ON IMPROVED
farms In Southern Oregon; 20-year
, rural credit loans prlvlluge to-pay
any amount at any time. Low rate
. of Interest. The only loan for the
, farmer. We make prompt Inspec
tions and close loans an short no
tice. See M. F. Rice of Rice & Rice. .
POTATOES!
JUST RECEIVED A CAR LOAD OF
Willamette Valley
Table Potatoes!
While they last at $1.6Sper .
. Cwt. in sack lots. Get your
order in early. : ';
We also have a limited supply of
; ' SEED POTATOES: v "Early
Rose," "White Rose," "Gold Coin"
' and "Burbank,"'at especially low
prices. Onion sets for a time, 12c
Peoples Supply Co.
Pathe Pathephone!
.....
, (The Real Patho Phonograph and rathe Records.)
Pathe Records
Never In the world's history have two men contributed so much
; keen, clean pleasure to the people of every nation, as have the Pa-
,. the Brothers of France, whose world-wide reputation Is well estab
lished through their Invention genius. , In perfecting the Pathe
phone and the moving pictures, the Pathephone nat only plays the
Pathe disc, but Is equipped, so that the Edison, the Victor, the Co
umbia and other records may be played. With , the1 Patho records a
genuine highly polished smooth round sapphire is used, doing away
with changing needles. With the Edison records a genuine Dia
mond point Is used, with other rocords, use any needle you would
use with other machines.' I have Just received a shipment of Pathe
phones and rathe records. Come In and hear the Pathe records dn
the Pathephone. Hear the Edison Diamond disc on the wonderful
' Edison; hear the Victor record on the Victrola, then hoar them all
on the Pathephone; hear themall on the Edison; hear them all on
the Victrola. We are here to demonstrate and will gladly do so
and this Is the place you canhear and compare the three best
phonographs made. i
OTT'S MUSIC STORE
' ROSEBURG, OREGON j