Roseburg news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1920-1948, November 27, 1925, Page 6, Image 6

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ROSEBURG NEWS-REVIEW. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27. 1025.
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Appetising Meats
The kind of meat the housewife gets at our market
is the sort that the family can eat three times a day
and thrive on. Every pound of these excellent
meats is full of rich subttances and appealing to
the taste.
We are offering unusual bargains to buyers for
Saturday, and it will be to j our advantage to stock
up for the Sunday dinner at our
Reduced Prices
No. I Steer Prime Rib Roast, lb 15c
No. 1 Steer Pot Roast, lb. 14c
All Steer Steaks, lb 20c
Shoulder Pork Roast, lb 23c
Shoulder Pork Steak, lb .' 25c
Loin Pork Chops, lb 30c
Fancy Milk Fed Veal Shoulder Roast 16c
Veal Shoulder Steaks, lb 20c
Fancy Eastern Bacon, half or whole 35c
Heavy Eastern Bacon, lb 33c
Fancy Eastern Hams, half or whole 33c
Picnic Hams, lb ...24c
Cottage Rolls, lb. 33c
Pure Lard. lb. . 1 20c
North Side Market
Boyer Bros.
c
You Will "Show Off"
PlLIO00
COMPLETE
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Check
this list of
Standard
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This it what you get
in a Wmstern Air
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You will be proud el Ks wearnaae ani perfortsancjs. Test
will be able to ibovrtw frl-one th.l yon cm "brim In ..
tw. K n...lit.. nu rant
S.lcclWIty, Slraplicity and Bo.uty), are embodied la tie Wasey
rn Air PatroL , '
Look under the lid and see the sturdy construction. ' Notice ,
the well-balanced arrangement. . Notice, too, that na wira re!
iPOu?' 15-day kome trial offer enables you to try.tbe -et Jnjt
your own borne. Take advantage of It today.
Mak your rtnrvation now to intun dtllomry j
for Chrittmai.
Give Something for the Car;
this Christmas -i
Auto accessories make useful, pmftlcal .'ifto'beauwa.
thoy add to the comfort, safety uoA eotmntay of motoivj
ing. Krmcmbcr, too, that all the family enjoys them.'
Below i3 a partial list of suiTrortoiii
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FUsnUrbJ fttlt44AJA''M'Jm rWr Vase
Inlerior Hirrcr. Vtt4V
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RaoUlor Cap.
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Snot Light,
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This Week's Specials
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"Nobby" Locking
Radiator Cap
With MonefffMRi
!rotprt motnmctpr from thf
id trr.iVti:p. Hitlld
luT.iV-njie. Holla nrrun,
t. hi.Ib-. in! v nlrkrlr.l. KlttoJ
thrift bUrk Itnknl.t
Knott, jVurnlahed with ft
bftnKim Mom'rrrm of your
IMtUL 1 It all mult'") of r-'r
H'-rulaf prlt-i
$4.85
More than lZ5 Stores
WeemAiiito
Supply
Mata Score -1100 Sooth Grunt Am
LOS ANGELES .
Store, 117 South Stephens' Street
Jt- ' VrnnrnniiTil
AROUND THE COUNTY
MKI.ItOSi; WIIII'S.
We are enjoying a few daya of
flise we.itlier. but recently we hnd,our club house. Much credit In! Mr WeUh sustained a fall from
a few showers that fe.ll on the due the president and board of the high school building In Rose
just and unjust alike. dlreotora for their palna taking . bur(; wner be' baa been employed.
ine larmer or I lis vit-ini r ere
busily engaged In doing their fall
farming.
Hoy Tavenner of Cleveland pas
sed along our streets lust Minday
enroule to Chlllo'iuln Puss, where
expects to find employment
ihooting duck
Fred lialeuian. mayor of Cleve
land, spent Sunday evening with
friends here.
Kdward Reese and Co. of Oak nldency. No one seemed to hardly I - road meeting waa held last
Ridge. Orcgoii.sfiave devised ways understand why Geo. A. Crane re-1 Saturday at' the Looking Glass
and means lur pleasure andireived the unanimous vote of all .Orange Hall. A one mill tax was
health by the use of horse back the members present. Some sayjvoted. The new road supervisor, H.
riding. he had two good men In Cons ' 11. -Montgomery, waa elected.
Our genial friend. Theo. Llttrell Countv laziMni- for him. lie th.it I n
lis rushing the season, a he was
seen huullng a large ( hrlstmas know the chief executive reigns I The Looking tilasa high school
tree one day last week. .supreme. For vice-president, Mrs. boys and girls competed with the
Judging by the number of au-ij. w. Bass went In with a whonp. 'Vllbud high school boys and glrla
tns present at the Junction of the which demonstrated the fact thatn a basket ball game at the Look
Umpquas last Sunday, swimming woman's suffrage was there. rr 1 Int Glass Grange hall, Saturday,
season is near at hand. secretary, Mrs. Nettle Woodruff I November 21st. The score was 17
Uncle John Nachter, who has proved her popularity by riding; to 10 In favor of the Looking
been sojourning in the Oregon into office .on a wave of enthu-! Glass hlirh school hove. The scorn
metropolis, has returned to his
home, here suffering with a severe
back ache, we ure Horry to report.
Charles Hubs of Lyons, Linn
County, who has been spending
a month visiting his son, J. W.
llass, expects to return to his
homo Immediately utter Thanks
giving. I Willis Cooper camo clear down
I to the Melrose store one day last
week and saw some ladles shop
ping there.
Our genlnl postmaster Thomas
Scott seta a good example worthy
of imitation In the way of con
(struetlng a permanent cement
sldewtjlk from his residence to
the county road.
We are grieved to report the
sad news of the demise of our old
friend and former neighbor How
ard Lee Ward. Our sympathy
goes forth to the grlef-strlcken
relatives and In particular to his
aged father, who has been num
bered among the honored pioneers
of Douglas County many, many
years.
Last Saturday night marked
another epoch In Melrose history.
The occasion being the annual
meeting of the Melrose Country
Club. We cun boast of having
135 members. During the pnt
This 5ef
as you want i&
SdedSbwt&Ay.m
most in Radio (Tosa, Volwan.
AV Matotnar,
111 ClM lilhtm
m Ruba
Robes and. Glove,
,f1 Bnmn
Bumps rs
m WbddtUd Wln
Truskj
Onyx Gearshift
Ball
Adds greatly to the nrpeax.
ance at your oar. Made of
solected. highly polished
Mevlc! cityr. Oitarwntesa
not to crack. Regular price
ll.M. Special '
Value
$1.45
in the Vfca
Co.
iBwirir - fi
it
i
year many substantial Improre-
Inenta have been Diad. and mnnv
'good times had under the roof of
viioris in nennlf Of Our club.
While practically in Its Infamy,
its reputation for hospitality is
known far and wide.
We had the pleasure of enter
taining a group of sixteen Intelli
gent Indiana residents at a recent
meeting of our club.
Last Saturday nlgbt was elec
tion. Some pretty spicy cam-
Imrlanlna: took nlate for the nr-1
a It may, we predict all will
alasm. For treasurer, Mrs. Anna
Trozelle had the only smile and
she was nominated and elected. The Looking Glass boys and
Kor three directors the balloting rrls have a return game schedul
was both hot and spicy. The , eH with the Wilbur boys and alrls
fhre successful candidates were:
J. W. Bass, Leonard Cooper and
John Galla, Jr. The erfect of the
announcement of the successful
candidates was pitiful. Mr. Bass,
In tones bewildering exclaimed:
Oh, my God, and threw away his
shoes. This being Mr. Coopers
first venture. In politics, cnllupsed
on the spot. Mr. Galla, when In
formed of his election, called for
help. He was carried to the
basement and soothing syrup was
applied. Watch for the announce
ments yet to come in the News
Review of Koseburg.
CACTI'S PETE.
LOOKING GLASS NEWS ITEMS
Miss Vera Klore a former Look
ing Glaus, high school girl, la now
working in Roeeburg.
Last Saturday night at the Look
ing Glass grange hail, a basket ball
game, between Camaa boys high
school team and 9 Looking Glas
high boys, was played. The game
was spirited. The score was 29-4,
CHRISTIAN M
TO OUST MAMCHUS
fAaanrlatnl Prna !wj Win.)
PEKING, Nov. 27. General Feng
Yu-Hslang, the "Christian general,"
today In effect declared war on
Murshal Chang Tso-lin. In a tele
gram to the Manchurian leader,
Feng urged that he retire from ac
tive politics. Otherwise, he said,
he would attack Immediately.
Feng continued today to tighten
his grip on Peking, where an ad
ditional division and brigade of
his forces were taking their places
In the garrison. Meanwhile dls
pntches from Mukden, capital of
Manchuria reported Marshal Chang
Tso-Lln'a determination to fight to
a finish against the efforts of his
former followers and other enemies
to completely oust him from power.
The Manchurian war lord, whose
stand appears to be a forlorn hope
Is reported to have announced his
Intention to make a stand first at
nnannillKwan, lixi nines iiuriiieaai
of Tientsin, and later, if necessary
at the Kiver Llan. near Mukden.
However, only fifty thousand of
his troops are said to remain loyal,
while 100.000 have followed the
revolting General Kilo Sung-Llen.
Chang's position, moreover, has
been weakened by the apparent de
fection of Chang Tsung-Chang,
governor of Shantung, who has re
fused a summons to join 1 n:tng.
Mennwhlle. the Mnnclitirian chlef
taln'a foes are preparing to divide
the spoils of their coup.
SHK.MM)II TUIAI. NOT
I IK ltl)Nl'Wl:l KOIl WIDOW.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 2T Tile re
quest of Joseph 11. levies, councel
for Mrs. ZncluiryLansdowne. that
the Shentindniih court of Inquiry
he reconvened and witnesses re
called for cross-examination on
behnlf of the widow of the air
ship's commander was denied to
day. t LETTERS FROM THE 1
I PEOPLE I
Replies to Mr. Allen
Kditor News-Review: In reply to
Mr. Allen of Wilbur, concerning
the status of the fruit Industry In
IhmuIss county, especially the
fresh fruit, he quotes Jhe prices
obtained by the grower of Yukima
Wenatchee and Hood River.
However, he entirely overlooks
the fact that each one of these seo
tlnns have cooperative shipping as
sociations that handle the bulk of
the fruit, have their own cold stor
nire plants and do not try In sell
their product until such time aa
the market demands it We in the
Umpqua valley have no cooperative
selling organization, which means
that we have no cold stnrar for
mir fruit and must take what Is I
handed us for It.
At the last session of the Na
tional grange held at Sacramento,
November 13-19, a resolution was
adopted urging that the rt' part
mentsVf agriculture rescind Its
former ruling prohibiting county
ane:ita taking an active part in the
formation of cooperative selling
and buying organliatlons amongst
farmers, and If we could use our
county agenta to actively work for
the formation of cooperative or-
.In favor of Looking Glass. After-1
ward! a luncheon waa served In ;
the hlttb achool by the winning !
Id for (he Camaa achool.
i Milium, a new lamuy, naa just
!meved from Montana to settle in I
1 Iwiklnr lllau on the Turnln nlare. i
!Thre la a bnv nf hlnh arhonl in.;
; ,i 1, rnnflned In bed Althollirh
still III he Is steadily Improving.
R. P. Cannon and wife are visit
ing at the home of H. B. Jacqby
and family. They are on a tour.
Their next stopping place la Cali
fornia.
The bridge near Rochester under
construction, is new finished, the '
crew has left the valley,
lsOKI.VG til. ASH XKWH ITEMS
was nine to six In favor of the
Looking Glass hlghschool girls.
on liectmber 12, 1925, at Wilbur.
Mr. Hoy Buell returned Wed
nesday from Catllfornla after tak
ing his mother to that state.
Mr. and Mrs. H. 11. Montgomery
and family of Looking Glass are
spending Thanksgiving with rela
tives and friends In Grants Pass,
Oregon.
Marjorle Holmes of the Valley
Is absent from the Primary room
on account of Illness.
Dennett Rogers of the Looking
Glasa high school Is absent be
cause of a lame leg.
Miss Terry, teacher of the In
termediate room of the Looking
Class public school la spending
Thanksgiving with relatives and
friends of Lakeside.
There will be no school on
Thursday and Friday of this
week.
Mrs. Kelson Andrus. who has
been spending some time in the
city of Roseburg, bas returned to
this valley.
Mr. C. M. Howard and family
were out from Roseburg to visit
his pffrenta in the valley.
L. G. H. S.
gnnlzatlons among producers we
could probably, develop some sys
tem of - cooperation among the
fresh fruit growers of the Umpqua
valley so that we could obtain a
profit from our orchards instead
of today of moat of them being a
liability. (
The county agents are the logi
cal people to take the necessary
time and energy to develop these
cooperative organizations, aa most
Individual farmers are so busy try
ing to meet taxes and other neces
sary expenses that he haa no time
for anything else.
As long as each one of Ira tries
to market his crop In a market
controlled by organised buyers,
with no particular standard of
packing, etc., we must expect to
take what la handed us. which
will be Just as little as the buyer
has to pay. This Is only human na
ture. We will each one of us con
tinue to pay the price for paper,
boxes, spray and other orchard
supplies that Is a retail price plus
the local freight rate Instead of
buying these articles collectively
in car lots and obtaining the car
lot freight rate.
The whole question is nothing,
after all. but a matter of straight
business principles applied to our
'industry.
C. H. BAILEY.
t LODGE DIRECTORY J
United Artisans aeeta In Hao
Cabee ball first and third Thurs
days. Visiting members si
wars welcome.
MAY P1NGEL, M. A.
MILDRED McCULLOCH. Tress
BRLLW STEPHENSON. Bee
Laurel Chaptsr No. 31
ft. A. m:
Meets every third Tuesday of
each month In Masonlo Temple.
All members requested to attend
and visiting companions wel
come. A. A. WILDER,' High Priest
W. P. HARRIS. Secretary.
Neighbors er Wooocrsrc Lllat
Circle No. t Meets on. first
and third Monday evenings. Is
K. ot P. hall.. Visiting neighbor!
Invited to attend.
ALVIA WBTHERELU O. N.
V AROARET WglTKET. Clerlt
Urnpqua Klan No. B, Meet in4
and 4th Mondays ot each month
Address P. O. Box US. Ross
burg. Oregon.
No CoaflMinaot-No Hospttil Bifls
MY celebrated non-surgrcal
treatment for Piles docs not
confine you to your bed or loosa, Yosj
can come and fo about your work as
nsuaL From ths first trratmcnt yoe will
be rtllcvco, and no nutter nov-eevera
your case. I GUARANTEE IN WRIT
ING to cur your PILES or return your
be. If yon are sutbrlnsj with PILES or
enwr KKTAL ar COUHI as
rkii BOOKW
k she wtslas a.arlv a nan.
rATium.
xa: esATTLt oencsaT
!w
I PA
A
I. O. O. Phllsurlan Lodge No
.Meets In Odd Fellows Tem
pla every Friday evening. Visit
lng brethera are always wel
come.
C. P. CRAMER, N. O.
A. J. GEDDE9, Rec. Bee.
J. & BAILEY. Win. Sec.
United Brotnernooa of Csrpentsn
and Jaliiters of American
Meets at 47( 8. Main second end
fourth Tuesday evenings ol
each mcctta. All carpenters wel
coined.
T. r. HOLME d. Res. See.
EMERY COLE, Pres.
K V. A A. as, uurei LeCga Na
IS. Reg alar cenmuntcatlona
second and fourth Wednesday!
each month, at Masonic Temple
Boseborg, Ore. Visitors' wel
eoma. . j
M. a HAMM. W. M.
W. f HARRIS, tee.
, 4 Small
3 B Bffl
JS
Storo
can Jo
b balneo
Can WaOa
Thousands
of Salesmen
ol tills nrwsr
papar in
SIMM.
snssr- i i m n r-
. '
ANY spread for bread
' when fresh. You will find
Gem-Nut
Margarine
uniformly fresh and good.
It is delivered, under refrig
eration, to stores in your
community from conven
iently located plants.
Swift & Company
- U.S. A.
Makers of Premium Oleomargarine
Knlghta ot Pytnias. Alpha Lodot
No. 47. Meets every Wednea
day In Knights of Pythins hall
180 Rose street. Visitors always
welcomed.
SAM CHRISTENSON, C. C.
ROV O. YOUNG. M. F.
J- WlMBEtLYBT. R 9.
ROBUltoLbiwrri6i03,rTI
O. O. M. Meets every Wodnedn
night. Moose Hall. 248 N. Jack
son BL Club rooms open 7:30 ta
10 p. m. Visiting brothers wel
coma.
W. A. BOOARD, IHctator.
H. O. PAROETFR, Secretary.
JNO. M. THRONE. Treasurer
W. B. A. O. T. ' W Fraseeiirg Pe
. view No. 11. Holds retrulu
meetlnrs on second and feciril
Thursdays a' T.SO p. m. Visit
Ing slaters Invited to a'tapd re
views Mucnabee ball. Pine an'
Cast streets.
CLARA BONFTIRAKE. Com.
JTCSSISl RAPP. Col
Kagiea. Roseourg Asrie Meets t
Maccahea ball, on Cass street
on second and fourth Wednes
dar evenlnes nf each month, al
I o'clock. Visiting brethern Is
good standlns alwavs welcome
GLENN WOODRUFF. W. P.
THEO. W. AI.THAtTS. W. P.
P GOODMAN. Bee
DE MOLAY
CHAPTER
Regular Commnnlcs,
tlon, nd and 4th Thurs
days, Masonic Hall.
(X K. - rteeetiurq Charree No.
Holds their resular meetlns
on the first and third Thursdays
In erb month All solournlns
brothers and slaters are respect
fully Invited to attend.
CORA B. R1NOI.ETON. W. M.
ntB JOHNSON. Secretary,
is best 0tr
K. 0. T. M. Meets eacn second
snd fourth Thursday of each
month. In Maocshee hall, cop
ner Cass and Ptne streeta. Vis
ltlng Knights slwava welcome,
L. C. GOODMAN. 0-m:
O W RAPP R. ft
Rosebura RebSKah Lodge No.
L O. O. T. Meets In Odd Fel
lows Temple every weelr on
Tnsdv . evening. Visiting
members In good standing srs
cordlsllv Invited to attend.
ANN' A V'irKHAM, N. G.
OK111 Rl k:: H TKIKLD, It. S.
KVMA I.KNOX. F. S.
I IMon hncamoment. Not e. I. O. 6i
F. Meets hi Odd Fellows Tern
nie on Ind aid 4th V,'dnesdvl
of each month. Visiting Patrt
srrhs alwsis welcome.
FRVll M't I.F.R. C. P.
W P WFTHFRRt.K fJerHsl
B. P. O. Elks. Roseburg Lodge No.
32o-rHoM regular communication
at the Elks Temple on each sec
ond and f'liirth Thursdays each
month. All members requested
to attend rcjrnlnrly, and all visit
ing brothers are cordially Invit
ed to attend.
J. O. HAY. Jr.. E. R.
J. T. GOODMAN. S-cretary.
vVoodmen et tne wonit, camp Na
1J Mnets In tha Odd Fellow
Hall In Pimeburg evr-rv first
and third Mondsv even'ntrs. Vl
Itlnr relrhhors siwsvs welcoma
JOHN DEI I, DFS"4 O. C.
M M. MII.t.ffR. Clerlt.
y"i-n o'tt.ra, umpja Tarcpi
a Meets th- second an4
fourth Mocisrr evenlnirs of r
mon Lb, at th IT of P. hall. Via
vnm .mar. weicoma
MARTHA CHRISTENSKN, MIQ
EVA MARKS. M of R. C.
MATX PABKEH, M. of F. "'
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