Roseburg news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1920-1948, June 19, 1930, Page 3, Image 3

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Here on Business Aaron Dysert,
of Keston, was In this cily Wednes
day on business.
Visitor' From Tenmile Mrs. W
-!. Coats was a visitor here from
Tenmile Wednesday.
' Here on Business Henry Ander
son, of Melrose, was here Wednes
day oa business.
Is Business Visitor J. Gurney, of
Reston, was a business visitor iu
ltoseburg yesterday.
Is Business Visitor Jess Marr,
of Dixonville, was a business visi
tor In Roseburg Wednesday.
Melrose Man Here Otto Math
ews, of Melrose, camo in yesterday
to attend to business affairs.
From Reston Charles Pysert
was in 1 from -Reston yesterday
looking after business matters.
Mr. Bursik In Town Frank
Bursik came In from Melrose Wed
nesday to attend to business af
fairs. Mr. Cheever In William Cheev
cr came In from Elkton Tuesday
evening to look after business mat
Transacts Business Mike John
son, of Reston, spent several hours
in this city transacting business
Sutherlin Man In D. F. Richard
son, Sutherlin resident, was attend
ing to business affairs yesterday in
this city.
Mr. Schultze Here P. Schultze,
of Portland, well known In this
city, wus here Tuesday on busi
ness. Business Visitor Here R. L.
Rlchter, of Camas Valley, spent
severul hours here yesterday as a
business visitor.
' Transacts Business Here Wil
liam Melton, ot Dixonville, trans
acted business here lor several
hours yesterday.
From Myrtle Creek J. M. Dear
dorff, of Myrtle Creek, spent sev
eral hours in this cily Wednesday
transacting business.
Former Resident Visits Mrs. W.
O. Cordon, ftugene resident, form
erly of tills city, was visiting
friends hero Wednesday.
From Glendale D. C. Harris,
Southern Pacific roadmaster at
Glendale, spent Tuesday In this
city transacting business.
Mrs. Lander Here Mrs. Henry
Lander, of Winston, spent several
liours in town shopping and Visit
ing with friends yesterday.
Back From Portland Miss Ber
tha Penlney has returned to this
city after spending several days In
Portland attending to business.
Back From Diamond Lake Don
Chase has returned to this city
after spending several days enjoy
ing the fishing at Diamond lake.
Here From Eugene P. M.
Krutzler, Southern Pacific road
master at Eugene, was in town yes
terday attending to business mat
ters. In .From Medford j. F. Mash
burn, of Medford, district manager
of the Safeway stores, spent Wed
nesday in Roseburg transacting
business at the local store.
. Visit In Eugene Mrs. J. E. Clark
and son, "Toby" of Eugene, left
yesterday for Eugene, where they
iWill spend a week or ten days vis
iting with friends and relatives.
Undergoes Major Operation
Harry Uurr, patient in the vet
erans' hospital in Portland, under
went a major operation on Friday,
June 13. Jle is reported to be do
ing nicely.
Guest at Bemls Home 0. W.
Crawford of Hastings, Michigan,' is
a guest at the home of his sister
and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. F.
A. Bemls, of this city. Mr. Craw
ford will spend the remainder of
this week here.
Given Commission Henry Ar
thur Simmons of this city has been
commissioned a second lieutenant
in the infantry reserve, according
to word received here today. Mr.
Simmons was recently examined
and approvde by the examining
board of the local reserve chapter.
If functional Bladder Irritation
disturbs your sleep, causes Burning
or Itching Sensation, Backache or
Leg Pains, making you feel tired,
depressed and discouraged, why
not. try the Cystex 48 Hour Test?
Don't L'ive up. Get Cystex today
at any drug store. Put it to the
test. See how fast It works. Money
back if It doesn't bring quick im
provement, and satisfy you com
pletely. Try Cystex today. Only
60c. Nathan Fullerton, the Rexall
Store. Adv.
A Battle Creek physician says,
"Constipation is responsible for
more misery than any other cause."
But immediate relief has been
found. A tablet called Rexall Or
derlles has been discovered. This
tablet attracts water from the sys
tem Into the lazy, dry, evacuating
bowel called the colon. The water
loosens the dry toed waste and
causes a gentle, thorough, natural
movement without forming a habit
or ever Increasing the dose.
Stop suffering from constipation.
Chew a Rexall Orderlle at night.
Next day bright. Get 24 for 25c to
day at the nearest Rexall Drug
Store. Adv. '
Mr. Conn .Here Kenneth Conn,
of Melrose, was here this morning
on business.
Mrs. Paris In Mrs. R. K. Paris,
of Canyonville, came in today ; to
visit friends and shop.
From Yoncalla Mrs. Uoyd Wise,
Yoncalla resident, was a visitor In
tnls city yesterday.
Glendale Man in Howard Lvs-
tul. of Glendale was in this city
luuay on Dusiness.- 1 " -
Transacts Business Here J. B.
Howard, of Tenmile, transacted
business in Roseburg Wednesday.
Mrs. Conner Rhnnw fra n A
Cooner. of Sntherlin who tn this
uiiy yesieroay snopping and visit
lng with friends. .
Mrs. JonH In TnwnMra T Fl
Jones, of Oakland, was visiting
menus and shopping in this oity
this morning.
Mrs. Zerllnger Visits Mrs. Ed
Zerlinger, of Melrose, was visiting
friends and shopping in Roseburg
In From Glide Mr. and Mrs. S.
D. Chapman, of Glide, came in this
morning to attend to business af
fairs and visit with friends.
Mrs. Kliest Visits Mrs. R. D.
Kllest, of Brockway, spent several
hours shopping and visiting friends
in this city this morning.
Condition Unchanged The con
dition of H. S. French, patient in
Roseburg General hospital, is re
ported to be unchanged.
Oakland Residents In Mr. and
Mrs. E. L. Hennlnger, Oakland res
idents, transacted business and
called on friends yesterday In this
Eastern Star to Meet A social
meeting of the Order of the East
ern Star will be held this evening
at eight o'clock in the Masonic
From Curry Estate Mr. and
Mrs. F. W. Wright came in from
Curry estate today to visit with
friends and look after business
From Los Angeles George
Fields, district manager for the
iwciiiihjhu vu cuiuiittuy, wim utrau-
quarters. in Los Angeles, was. in
Roseburg yesterday on business.
Back From Diamond Lake Don
and Bob Chase and David Collins,
returned last night from a week
spent at Diamond lake, where they
enjoyed a most successful fishing
trip.. They report the road .to crater
lake still closed. -,'
Make Home Here Mark M. Jor
dan and family, recently from Col
umbus, Ohio, arrived in Roseburg
about a week ago, and will make
their future home In this city. Mr.
Jordan will be associated with his
brother, Mr. Loring Jordan, in the
Piggly-Wiggly store.
Stockholders Meet James Moe
of Portland; J. W, Wunn of Eu
gene; Mr. and Mrs. Vernie M. Aus
tin of Portland; A. D. Campbell,
D. B. Dobson, M. B. Costelloe and
Virgil Cameron, Eugene residents,
were in Roseburg Tuesday evening
attending a meeting of the stock
holders of the Elliott Creek mines.
You will be charmed with
these new arriva
Is at
dies wear department. These
beautiful new dresses come
in all the attractive colors
and fabrics. It is impossible
for us to adequately describe
them in detail you'll just
have to come in and look
them over and try on those
mt - ting your ideals.
YONCALLA Ore., June 19.
Frank Shrull, son of Mrs. Rashel
Shrull of Yoncalla was accidentally
killed 'luesday afternoon at West-
fir, Ore. Mr. Shrull was on a log
ging tratn, and while coupling the
train. It gave a Jerk. Mr. Shrull
jumped, but two logs caught him,
and crushed him to death killing
mm almost Instantly. Percy De
Bell, a brother-in-law was near the
scene at the time of the accident.
Mr. Shrull was 25 years of age.
Here on Business Henry Shirt-
cliff came iu fVom Myrtle Creek to
day to transact business.
Shops In Roseburg Mrs. C. A.
Beals, of Day3 Creek, was shopping
here yesterday for several hours.
Glide Man In Charles Chap
man, of Glide, was in town yester
day looking after affairs of busi
Lumberman in Roseburg F. B.
Huntington, lumberman at Maple,
Oregon, Is spending a few days
here on business.
Mr. Strader Business Visitor
Roy Strader, of Dixonville, spent
several hours here as a business
visitor today.
Here From Portland Guy H.
Smith ot Portland is spending a
few days In this city attending to
business affairs and visiting with
Undergoes Major Operation
George Norman of Milo underwent
a major operation yesterday eve
ning in Roseburg General hospital,
Dr. E. B. Stewart In attendance.
From Portland Mr. and Mrs.
Charles H. Gunther and Mr. Wing,
who are associated with the A. A.
A. In Portland, nre spending a few
days here on business.
Hospital 1 Patients S. A. San-
ford, who lias been receiving treat
ment In Roseburg General hospital,
was discharged this morning. Liltle
Verna Mne demons, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. ClemonB of this
city, is receiving treatment In the
hospital. J. H. Prowell of Roseburg
has been admitted for medical
Motors to Corvallis Mrs. A. A.
Richard motored to Corvallis yes
terday with a group of delegates
from the Methodist Episcopal
church, South, who are attending
the C. E. convention being held
there. Mrs. Richard returned to
Roseburg yesterday evening..'?
Visitors From Portland Mrs. A.
A. Rucker and daughter, Miss Ger
trude Rucker, ot Portland, are
guests at the" home of Mr. and Mrs.
B. C. Elliott. Mrs. Rucker plans
to return to Portland soon, while
Miss Rucker will visit here for a
Returning to Wenatchee Mr.
and Mrs. John Goodhue, formerly
of this city, who have been In Cal
ifornia for some months, are in
Roseburg for a few days visiting
friends. They are enroute to wen
atchee, where they have made
their home since leaving here two
or thiee years ago.
Remarkable Values I
He lived In and near Yoncalla tor
a number ot years, and has hosts
of friends who mourn his death.
He Is survived by his mother, Mrs.
Rachel Shrull, two sisters, Mrs.
Percy DeBell of Yoncalla and Mrs.
Bursch of Washington, D. C. Fune
ral services will be held in the
Yoncalla chapel, Thursday ' afle
noon with Interment at the Yon
calla cemetery.
PORTLAND, Ore., June 19. A
saving ot a fraction of a cent a
pound by water transportation as
against rail is sending thousunds
of tons of wool through the port
or Portland this year that former
ly moved overland.
As a consequence the American-
Hawaiian Steamship company has
auueu lour vessels to the regular
intercoastal sailings from this
port. Two of the extra ships have
loaded and two others are to ar
rive within the week.
The saving in transportation Is
being effected by the National
wool Growers' association, nation
wide cooperative formed under the
direction of the federal farm board.
In previous years it was the prac
tice ror wool growers In marginal
territory, such as eastern Idaho
and western Wyoming, to ship
their clip to Boston by the quick
est route the railroad and for
feit up to one-fifth of a cent a
pound that might have been saved
by water transortation.
The National Marketing associa
tion, being less concerned with
quick sale than with effecting
every possible -economy has been
routing the marginal wool to tide
water ports.
AZALEA, June 19. A school
meeting was held at Azalea school
district No. 110 Monday and Mrs.
Harvey JenKs whb chosen director,
and Mrs. Halbert Rootli wus re
elected clerk. The other two di
rectors are 'Mrs. George L. Jantzer
and Mrs. J. A. Warren. J. R.
Pickett got the contract tc( cut
the wood to he used for the fol
lowing school term.
GLENDALE, June 19. George
Drummond, a former editor and
publisher of the now extinct Glen
dale News, and Mrs. Drummond
were week-end visitors with his
niece, Mrs. H. G. Paige, and family.
Drummond was owner ; of the
Glendale News about 13 years ago.
After selling out his interests he
moved to Klamath Falls where he
conducted a job printing plant for
about 10 years. He is now living
near Gold Hill.
'kiddies' dresses special '
New lot ot kiddies' summer dress
nd bloomer to match.-' Good ma
terials and really styled. Sizes 2 to
6 at $1.00 and 7 to 14 at $1.29.
Tills lot includes former valueB to
$1.95. See them and you will ap
preciate the values. Can's, "where
you save." Adv. s
The Southern Oregon Gas cor
poration gives fifty feet of gas ser
vice free with their installations.
Business men and salesmen
find the coupe convenient and
practical. Young people find
it chummy. One car families
have found the used coupe a
big relief when the family car
is in use.
Listed below are coupes
which we have in stock, each
one of them so well valued that
we shall refund your money in
full, if, within three days, you
are not satisfied with your bar
gain. Dodge 1926 Coupe
Without doubt this car is the
best used car we have ever tak
en in with a mileage of 1 7,000.
Price $550
Buick 1925 Coupe
This car has a fine moior
which delivers excellent gaso
line mileage. Its lines and six
cylinders assure one of auto
mobile satisfaction for years yet
to come. Price $550
Dodge 1925 Coupe
Original black enamel fin
ish is bright. Engine is in fine
condition. Tires are average.
Most of its mileage has been
on pavement. Equipment is
complete. Price $375
Ford 1924 Coupe
A snappy looking car with
red wood wheels to contrast
the black fenders and body.
Inside, the car is neat and clean
with attractive new seat covers.
Will sell for $20 down and $3
a week.
Newland Motor
116-122 S. Stephens St.
Roseburg, Oregon
ANTLERS. Today, Friday, Sat
urday, "The Rogue Song," with
Lawrence Tibbett, entirely in tech
nicolor. MBERTY. Today, "Girl of
Port," with Sally O'Nell; Friday
Saturday, "This Mad World." -
- as the greatest living baritone,
and the first American to reach
the topmost position in operatic
circles, is now biasing a new trail,
for he is the first major opera star
to be featured in a talking picture.
"The Rogue Song," all-talking
drama of the Caucasus, filmed en
tirely in technicolor, with Tibbett
as the star, will open tonight at the
Antlers theatre. Tibbett sings
sonss ranging from those of op
eratic Calfher. Wtth n avmnhnnv
chesira accompaniment, to simple
love oaiiaus.
He rides at breakneck pace
mrougn varied adventures, while
ht-tllinnt ItallctD itn,iilrtnnn,
tain scenery, and other Interesting
ueiuiis are repined to make this
Dictura r-na nf the mnnt nlahnruiD
productions ot the year.
I he Albertlna Rasch Ballet, In a
snectnculnr nil fnlm niimku. .tt.
a hundred girls, dance to special
music written by the modernistic
composer, Mimitrl Tiomkin.
Desnite tha Olnhnt-nta muol,. fen1.
lets and color, it is said the picture
is not "high brow." Lionel Barry
more directed it no n drama rf
adventure, love and romance, with
the music a part of, rather than
the principal factor of the drama.
o .
Pfimnlnta Una nf fl.Ani.nni...n
candles, torpedoes, novelties, etc'.
omvtt wo .iiuhl Duy conservatively
on these items, better make your
choice early. Carr's, Adv.
In tho Circuit Court of tho Stat of
Or OBTm for nnnirlna Pa.,.,..
Clnrenre White and Horn Whit a. i
I'lnintiffs, vh. !
WIIHum SIohi), The Oroson nnd
( nllfornlit Hallroiiri Co., a corpor- i
otlon. iiIro tilt othor persons or
pnittoB unknown clniruln(? nnyi
rlKht. title, oHtato, lien, or Intor
cut In tho reul entitle tltwrlbert in i
tho oomplnlnt heroin, 1 lofcncliintH, I
To the nbovo numtMl rtelVnilantH,
Wllllnm Sloan nnd h)ho all other
perHons or parties unknown claim
ing nny rlffht, title, cnluU, lien or
IntereHt In (he reul ealn(e (Uwrlh
ert In tho complnlnt herein:
In tho niime ot the Statu of Ore-
ffl5, - TODAY Friday and
' Satday
What Opportunity Usually
Opportunity UBimlly demands that
your answer of "ready" must be In
ready cash; A growing account
witli this bank Is a great help In
4 Interest Paid on Savlngt
TheRosebur National Bank
Roseburg, Ore.
Ask Us For Those who have
sjtfii . . nad the experi- K(fe
fjSX Advice ence, know thnt 5L f
isM I it is best to consult a local funeral IKk'
I director first when word is re- I pSi?
wd III ceived of a distant loas. . I fifHTWl
I Our equipment and connections I REefC'
(kllSj III with other reliable funeral direc- I ftSSy
I 'or enable us to take care of I ysjX K
every detail quickly and economi- I ly "
OTiitne and Isetoaet
gon you are hereby required to ap.
pt-ar and utis'wer the complaint riled
HKainHt you in lh nbve entitled
court and rauite within four wekw
from the dale or the first publica
tion of this mmimonji and if you
full to so appear and answer said
complaint, for want thereof the
plaintiff will apply to the court for
the relief therein demanded, a buc
clnct statement of which Is as fol
lows: that you he required to ap
pear and set forth the nature and
character of your adverse claim to
th following described real estate
In DoukUi.h County, Oregon, to-wit:
The west hulf of the southwext
quarter Me 13; I.ots one, two, and
three, southwest quarter of f be
northeast quarter and tho east half
of the southeast quarter Sec. H; 1-ot
one Sec. 22: Lot thret Sec. 24' all
Lin Township Ti South of itanite 10
west or intt wiMuinette. Aleriuian,
and that upon the hearing thereof
It be decreed that the plaintiffs are
the owmrb In re simple of said
real property, and that you have no
estate. rlKht, title. Intercut, or lien
In upon or to suld real eainte or any
part thereof, and that the title of
the plaintiffs to said real estuto be
forever quieted against you, and
that you bo tn Joined froin assert
Iiik or clulmiiiK any rUht, title,
estate, lien, or Interest In or to said
real estate.
This summons Is served upon you
by publication In the HoseburK
News-itevlew, a newspaper of Ken
e ru I circulation, published in Douk
las County. Orr-Kon, pursuant to an
order of tho Hon. J. W. Hamilton,
judge of the above entitled court,
duly made and entered on the Jftth
day of June, 1930, requiring this
summons to be published once a
week for four consecutive weeks
anil reaulrlntr you to nonear and
answer piHiuiu is compmiju wnii
ln four weeks from the date of the
first publication ot this summons.
Dated and first published June
19, 1930,
Attorneys for Plaintiff. PoRt of
fice address: Roseburg, Oregon.
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon for Pouxlas County.
Tn the matter of the estate of
Job Aspinall, deceased.
Notice la hereby given that the
undersigned has been duly appoint
ed administrator of the- estate of
Job Aspinall. deceased, by order of
tho njjove entitled court made and
entered on the ISth day' of June,
mart. Ail nersons havinK claims
against tho estate of said deceased
nre hereby required to present them,
duly verified as by law required, to
tho undersigned at his law offfeeR
in the court iioubo in uoseourff,
l-lniiirlnn fnliril V Hl-nB'nil. willlin SlX
months from the date of the first
publication of this notice.
iuue or i ii si jjhui. i-uii" ""
19th. 19.10. , ,
Unto of lat publication July
mh'mo" onr cordon,
Administrator of the estato of
Job Aspinall, deceased.
In tho County Court of the State of
Oregon for Douglas County.
In the matter of the estate of
A. K Bell, deceased. :
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned administrator of the
estate of A. K. Hell, deceased, has
filed In tho above entitled court his
final account of his administration
of said estate and the court, by an
order duly made and entered, bus
fixed Suturdav, the HUh day of July,
t tun, at Hiu hour of ten o'clock n
thtt forenoon of ha Id day, as the
time., and tin, county court room In
the Court Houk at JtoHeburg, in
Douglas County, Oregon, as the
place for hearing object I ons, if any
there be, to the salt) flnnl account
or to the settlement of said eatute.
Duto of firat publication June 19,
Imto of last publication July 17.
Administrator of the estate of A.
R. Hell, deceased.
Creating a new standard . . eclipsing all, that went before r
. taking its plnce among the immortals . , towering in a
Hall of Fame preserved for only the truly great . . loved-
and idolized by millions . . gazed upon with everlasting!
wonderment . . and acclaimed by ail who see and hear,
and feel.
The LOVER divine The SINGER sublime '
Lawrence TIBBETT w
song ;
No advance in price
Matinee 10-35
Evening 10-50
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Heating and VentilctlnV
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Evening 7:15 '
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