The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920, February 25, 1919, Page 4, Image 4

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THB EVENING VKWB TUESDAY, FEBRUARY ' 28, 019
Rubber Boots
For Men!
SIZES 6 TO 10
PRICES LOW
Quality Best That Money Can Buy
$3.50, $3.98, $4.98, $5.50
' We Save You Money on Every Pair.
MONDAY IB BARGAIN DAY.
Monday Is Bargain day at tbe
Roseburg Cleaning and Pressing
Works. Men's suits French Dr7
cleanod and pressed for $1.00. .All
work given prompt attention. Bar
gain day prices do not include call
ing (or clothes or mi king deliveries.
Bring your olotbes o tr
., DR. O. A. SMITH, M. T.
Specialist in Nervous and Chronic
Diseases.
Consultation and Examination
Freo. Lady Attendant.'
Phone 847 , Room 1 and 2
Masonic Building
ItO.HHItUHO, ORHGION
Smart
Suits
Sophomore
Perfect Ctbihes
Young man, what you are thinking about 1b hard for us to say.
But we rather think, your mind loans towards that new Spring
Suit. Make It a Sopomore then iib it will place you In the class of
up to date dressers.
$25 to $60
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ORCHARDISTS
ATTENTION!
Pruning knives, shears and saws. The famous swtss shear 'Corsell
Rolser' on hand, but mode in the good old U. S. A. and priced at
only 13.60.
And how about that spray rig. Do you need repairs In way of rods
etc We hare on hand the Dean 'Pilot' rodl is :.head of anything
yet brought out
Continually under your oontrol, or spray shut off entlroly, when mov
ing from one tree to another by simply releasing pressure of hand.
Perhaps you need a while outfit, If so, call and soe No. 615, "The'
ACME" of spray machines for any orchard.
Churchill Hardware Co.
MAJESTIC
ALWAYS A COOP SHOW
Matinee Every Day, 2 to 5
Evenings, - - 7:15-10:45
TODAY AND TOMORROW TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
The (IronUwt Interpret or of Wwtcrn Roles
William S. Hart ,
"The Square Deal Man"
The Oumblor who wins his flght to become a respectable member
or his desert community.
"THE SUMMER GIRIiS." A Mack-Scnnett Oloom Chaser In two
spasms. Featuring Ford Sterling rnd Louise Kazenda.
ADUlTS BOO CHILDREN 10c
Same Program Attain Tomorrow.
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY HARRY CAKKY IN "HKI.L RKNT."
SATURDAY MAY ALLISON IN "HKR INSPIRATION." . . .
SUNDAY MAR1K WOIOAM1" IN "TONOUK'S OF FLAMR." .
MONDAY FRANK KKKNAN IN "HONOR THY NAMK."
NEXT TUESDAY AND WKDNKSDAY nil, MB RHODES IN "THE
OIRL OF MY DRKAMH."
Live-wire Doin:
ings of City I
Marriage License Issr-xl.
A marriage license was issued to
day to Lloyd L. Rlti'.icy and Doris
Baker, both of Drain.
Returns to Medford.
Mrs. J. J. Scott, of Medford, who
has been visiting her mother, Mrs.
R. A. Weatherford, left this morning
for her home.
Receives Discharge . .
Fred Dlllard, a member of the
76th Infantry, returned to his home
In tJiiB city today, after receiving bis
discharge at Camp Lewis.
Will Visit Mother. -
Howard Welchlien of Portland, ar
rived In this city last night and will
visit for several days with his mo
ther, Mrs. W. E. Welchlien.
Returns to Riddle. .
Mrs. Elbert Ball, of Riddle, who
has been visiting with her mother,
Mrs. Mary D. Moore, left last night
for her home at Rldale. -Returns
From Eugene.
Harold Smith, returned yesterday
morning from Eugene, where he has
been spending several days attend
ing to business matters,.
Returns From Portland.
Mrs. Jack Pelton who attended the
funeral of A. F. Hunt at Oakland
yesterday, returned to her home In
this city yesterday evening.
Will Visit Relatives.
Mrs. F. B. Palmor, left Monday
morning for Junction City, where she
has friends and relatives with whom
she will visit for a week or ten days.
Rack From Albany.
MIhb Loriene.Conlee, who has been
visiting with a friend at Albany for
the past five days, returned to her
home in this city last night.
Homo From Salem.
R. A, Busenbark, who has been
spending a few days at Salem, attend
ing to business matters, returned to
his home in Roseburg, last night,
Goes To Moflfard.
Mrs. Glenn Wlmberly, left this
morning for Medford, where she will
Join her husband, who Ib attending
to business matters in that city.
Opens New Garage.
George Shanks is opening up a
garage and automobile repair shop
In the Staggs property on Winchester
street, just north of the Deer Creek
bridge.
Administrator Appointed..
Barton Helliwell was toddy ap
pointed administrator of the estate
of Mrs. Clara M. Mahn, deceased.
Mrs. Mahn leaves an estate valued at
approximately $2700.,.
Will Locate iii Montana.
James Voermen and family, left
Monday morning for Montana, where
they expect to make their future
home. They have been residents of
Douglas County for several years.
Has Rcon Rl With Mumns.
Harlan Milton, a South Deer Creek
boy, now in the service and stationed
at Norfolk, Virginia, has beea quite
ill with an attack of mumps, accord
ing to word received In this city.
Will Look Aftor Road Work.
Contractor Harry Hlldebrand, left
yesterday morning for Yoncalla,
where be will spend a short time,
looking over tbe ground preparatory
to starting work on the Improvement
of the Pacinc Highway.
Will At.tt.eiul Celebration.
Ernest Riddle and wife, Mrs. O. L.
Grant, Mrs. O. V. Logsdon and Hel
ena Riddle, will be among the Riddle
residents present at the celebration
of the Golden Wedding anniversary
of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Winston at
Winston tonight.
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Writes 'From Franco.
Sergeant S. L. Hall of South Deer
Creek, who Is with the American
Forces In France, has written to Dr.
C. H. Bnlley stating that he expects
to return here as Boon as he is dis
charged. His mother resides In Eng
land and he was promised permission
to visit her beforo returning to the
States.
J. T. ltryan Injured.
While leaving his home Sunday
afternoon, J. T. Bryan the well
known jeweler, had the misfortune to
fall down the stairsteps with the re
sult that his back is badly sprained
and his knee Injured. Dr. Shoema-
kor was called nnd medical attention
given. Mr. Bryon Is quite seriously
hurt and it will probably be some
tune before he can be at his work.
Hoscbiirir 1efentod.
Tho Roseburg High School basket
Ball team, wns defeated Saturday
night in a game nt Drain by a score
of 23 to 14. The local boys were
overconfident and bofore, they real
ised that they were up against
fighting team, they were hopelessly
outclassed. Their former brilliant
playing wns decidedly lacking and
NEW TODAY.-
LOST Wntch fob with Masonic em
blem. Findor please leave at News
office.
FOR SALE Practically new Oliver
typewriter nt a bargain. Its worth
the money. Inquire nt News office.
FOR SALE Wheat, Oats, Hay. In
quire Allen Kirkendall, Camns Valley
COLLECTION. Reduce your profit
nnd loss account. Let A. A. Chnp
mnn do your collecting. Room 1
and 2. Roseburc National Bank
Building, Roseburg, Or. Phone 91.
SALTS RNE FOR -
ACHING KIDNEYS
Wt eat too much meat, which ologf
Sidneys, then Back hurt and
, . Bladder bothers yon.
Host folks forget that the kidneys,
like the bowels, get sluggish and dogged
nd need a flushing; occasionally, else we
hare backache and dull niisery in the
kidney region, severe headaches, rheu
matic twinges, torpid lirer, acid stomachy
eleeplessnesc and all sorts of bladder dis
orders. .
You simply must keep your kidney
active and clean, and the moment you
feel an ache or -pain in the kidne?
region, get about four ounces of Jad
Salts from any good drug store here,
take a tablespoonful 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 is harmless to flush clogged
kidneys and stimulate them to normal
activity. It also neutralizes the acida
in the urine ep it no longer irritates,
thus ending bladder disorders.
Jad Salts is harmless; inexpensive
makes a delightful effervescent lithia
water drink which everybody should tako
now and then to keep their kidneys clean,
thus avoiding serious complications.
A well-known local druggist says he
sells lots of Jad 8alte to folks who believe
fa overcoming kidney trouble while it la
only trouble.
the entire team showed poor form.
The Roseburg boys have been play
ing a good game, the defeat by the
Drain team being their first loss.
Myrtle Creek Residents He5.
H. W. Jones, Herbert and Harry
Herman, J. J. Chadwick, J. D. New
ton, Harry Pratt and E. Weaver ,were
among the Myrtle Creek residents,
who spent the day in Roseburg at
tending to 'business maters.
CITY NEWS ..
History, biography and travel,
tlon- Library.
Pic-tf
John Cox of South Deer Creek, is
reported to be ill at his home with
mumps.
Leave your oraer lor land plaster
and super-phosphate at the Umpqua
i Valley Fruit Union, s. tf.
E. H. Mahn returned to his home
at Enterprise this afternoon after
spending several clays in thlB city.
B. B. Bullwinicle, of Riddle, re
turned to his home last night after
a short business visit in this city.
Mrs. Mary Voytella,of Dlllard, who
haB been visiting in' Roseburg, re
turned to her home this morning.
C. O. Bartley of Canyonville spent
the day In Roseburg attending to
buslnessmatters.
John and Volney McKean of South
Deer Creek were in the city today
attending to business matters;
We will mail you Professor Hor
ner's History of Oregon upon the re
ceipt of $2.00. Fiction Library, Rose
burg, Oregon. t f-26p
A study cIubs in Theosophy meets
at the studio of Miss Hayden every
Thursday at 8 p. m. Anyone in
terested in this line of thought cor
dially invited.
Mrs. C. S. Plaster , of Cottage
Grove, who was called to this city
by the death of her mother, Mrs
Clara M. Mahn, returned to her home
this afternoon.
' Eldrid Trussell of Dlxonville, now
in the service at Camp Lewis, writes
that he expects to be discharged with
In a few days.
This Corn Will
Peel Right Off!
"Gets-It" Makes Corns Come OS
The "Banana-Feel" Way I
Why have to flop on the floor,
squeeze yourself up like the letter
".", and with bulging eyes draw
your face up Into a wrinkly knot
while you gouge and pull at the
"quick" of a tender corn? That's
X or 3 Drop Applied la a Faw SmoboV
Tbre'a No FuMtnc or Cuttiai.
"Cotxit Always Work!
the old. savaRe way. "Gets-It' la
the modern, painless, simple way.
Ian over and put two drops of
Mets-It" on the corn, put your
stocking and shoe right on again,
and forget the corn. Pain Is eased.
"Gets-It" has revolutionized the
treatment of corns. It never Irri
tates the true fleeh. You'll stop
limping- on the side of your shoe,
and do away with greasy salves,
bundling bandages, thick plasters
and painful methods. Use "Qeta-It ,
It's common sense.
"Gets-It," the guaranteed, money
back corn-remover, theonlyaureway,
coit a but & trine at nnv draff store.
M'f 'd by E. La wrnc Jt Co.,Cb.lcao, 11L
Sold In Roseburg and recommend
ed as the world's best corn remedy
by Nathan Fullerton.
Our Diamond Ring
Assortment
1b worthy of your choice
diamonds pure of color and
great brilliancy are shown.
Your inspection of these
beautiful gems Bollcited.
BUBAR BROS.
Rosoburg, Oregon.
LIME-SULPHUR SPRAY
SOLUTION.
9.60 per barrel, net, at Spray
plant In Garden Valley, Guar-
anteed 30 hydrometer test. Ad-
dress, Garden Valley Fancy
Fruit Association, Wilbur, Ore-
eon. Phone 32F3. tf
SCHOOL BOARD MEETS.
- A meeting of the School Board was
held yesterday evening to consider
minor matters, nothing of Import
ance developing. The Parent-Teach
ers Association of the Benson school
requested that - another teacher be
employed, as the rooms are crowded
by the number of pupils In each. Af
ter a discussion, however, it was de
cided to do nothing at this time ow
ing to the nearness of the close of
the term. Minor repairs about the
school buildings were recommended
and several alterations will be made.
CHARLIE) CHAPLIN SAYS.
"I have to look this way, but you
don't" Easter is coming -soon, but
you still have time to have thut cult
tailored to your measure. One that
fits you and is made for you. Our
suits are absolutely guaranteed to
give satisfaction. Come in and look
our samples over and get our prices.
IMPERIAL CLEANERS.
(Try Our Way.)
We cnll and deliver. Phone 277.
LOANS!
We can loan you. money on im
proved property. Plenty of money
at a low rate of interest. Investi
gate our monthly payment plan.
Douglas Abstract Co.
fSein " R " '- VMscl
The People's Confidence
The Roseburg National Bank enjoys the confidence of the
people, and Is always pleased to serve them with prompt
ness and efficiency. This is it good place for your work
ing capital account.
The Roseburg National Bank
Roseburg, Ore.
MASONS, ATTENTION 1
Regular meeting of Laurel Lodge
No. 13, A. F. ft A. M. will be held
In Masonic Temple Wednesday even
ing, February 26. Lunch at 6:30.
All members are urgod to be present.
By order of W- M.
W. F. HARRIS, Secretary.
VIOLIN INSTRUCTIONS
LATEST METHODS Roseburg
School of Music. Piano, voice and
violin. 105 E. Lane street ,
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Dean, of
Riddle arrived this afternoon to at
tend the funeral of Mrs. Dean's
mother, Mrs. Ashworth.
YOU WONDERED
If the sugar bowl would never come back? It-lld. We wonder if
you know that It Is the quality and quantity of our candies, that
gave this store the name of
Roseburg's Sugar Bowl?
Nathan
Fullerton
TJ10 IGXiaJUL Store
IT DID.
Perkins
Building
Antlers Theatre
TODAY ONLY!
NORMA TALMADGE
IN
"By Right of Purchase"
Norma Talmadge follows her rcent smashing success in "Ghost of
Yesterday" with a smart soctety-dj-ama, "By Right of Purchase",
ably directed, sumptuously staged, and superbly cast. With James
Montgomery Flagg Comedy; Hick Manhattan featuring PeggyHop
klns. ;, '
Children 10c ADMISSION
Adults 20c
TOMORROW AND THURSDAY
"The Fall of Barbary Coast"
Antlers Theatre
Wednesday and Thursday
FEBRUARY 26 and 27, MATINEE 2:15, NIGflT 7:15
Coast
WITH
Crane Wilbur
ClTl 1ur mmres women of the under-world in the most highly dra
tJCaf JCj matic appeal ever staged. "What will you do with us?" They
' cry. Every parent ought to see Rev. Paul Smith's .colossal film
success, based on his own great fight that closed the Barbary Coast. Every in
cident is true. Every scene teems with sensation.
Answers the questions the whole world asks. An unvarnished' portrayal
of conditions morality must fight
Picturization of the great fight that turned San Francisco'3 red lights white.
Bears the pitfalls of commercializedice! - -
10 Cents ADMISSION 25 Cents