Roseburg news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1920-1948, June 27, 1930, Page 7, Image 7

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POLLY AND HER PALS
When Paw Meets Paw
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COMPARATIVE
WEATHER DATA
Tired Out From Gardening?
V. . WKATHtiH ULHKAU
OhsarvanoUM laKun at a.
120th Merlin"
THE WEATHER
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Then Use
The Anderson ; ;
Open Hoe!
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Temperature
MARRIED man wants work of any I
FOR SALE
Kino. Phone SF42.
. T 1 TV. J
BOCK SPRINGS That quick-hot
coal at Pages'.
lSOOLU. HORSE Fine animal.
Leake & Beyers Co.
ROYAL ANNE cherries for Bale, 3c.
Pick them yourself. Phone 353 Y.
FOU SALE 200 six-weeks-old tur-
keys, 60c each. W. C. Cooley,
Yoncalla, Ore.
11UY from Page Lumber & Fuel
company and save time, money
' and worry.
U?ED CHEVROLET TRUCK
1928 model. Fine shape. Leake &
lleyers Co.
FOR SALE Good farm team, suit
able for logging. Ervin Rice, Oak
laud, Ore.
FOR SALE Royal Ann cherries,
4c to pick them. A. F. Hoff
meister. FOR SALE Three-burner Perfec
tion oil stove and oven. 529 E.
Douglas.
MOWERS, RAKES, BINDERS
Good buys in used mowers.
Leake & IJeyers Co.
FOR SALE 80 Dronze poulls, 3 to
7 weeks old; 12 hens; 1 tom.
See T. E. Shrum, Glide.
FOR SALE Broccoli and cabbage
plants., Buseubark Bros., Mel
rose road. Phone 6F32.
FOR SALE A grade Jersey bull,
six months old, $21). First ranch
south of town on highway.
FOR SALE Milch goat, giving
three quarts a day, or trade for
a rifle. Ivan E. Bridge, Wilbur,
Ore.
FOR SALE By owner, 1927 Ford
roadster Willi pickup body und
turtle back. If a a bargain. Phone
411-JX.
FOR SALE! Two acres on valley
road and highway. At a bargain.
Owner at Nick Carter's, 439 N.
- Jackson.
FANCY MILK FED friers, 25c
each, for the Fourth of July pic
nic dinner, .E. J2. Baker, C003
Junction.
FOR SALE OR TRADE for cow,
hens or chickens light team,
wagon and harness: also trailer.
Freitug ranch, Canyonville.
SPECIAL coll bedsprlug, extra
heavy construction. Double deck
. ed to Insure comfort. Regularly
priced at J18 now fiz.su. powen s
" Furniture store, 215 N. Jackson.
Ill) ITMOUMrUf nhnnnnrnnh nnot
$210 new. Will sell for $35 in
' eluding $15 worth of records. See
' us for good buys any time. Pow
ell, 245 North Jackson street.
HERE is an exceptionally good car
'28 Willy(s-Knight sedan, com
pletely overhauled, new lacquer,
now tires. A perfect car at a very
low price. Be sure and try it
out. Going at $675. F. W. Chase.
FOR SALE 7 registered bucks, 3
two-year-old Shropa, 2 five-year-
olds, 2 two-year-old Romley
bucks. Price $10 for Shrops, 540
for Ronileys. This is first class
stuff. Would exchange for other
registered bucks on same price
basis. W. L. Cobb, Roseburg; Ore. I
WANTED f
.
WANTED Day old calves. Call
41D-Y. Roseburg, Ore. .
WANTED 3000 24-Inch shakes. F.
T. Reece, Melrose.
SALESMEN WANTED 66 miles
on 1 gallon. Amazing new mois
ture gas saver. All autos. 1 free.
Critchlow, 4610-E, Wheaton, 111.
WANTED 5000 early Conn broc
coli plants. Arthur R. Weeks,
Ruckles, Ore. Phone 2808, Myrtle
Creek.
: FOR RENT
TIANO for rent. Mrs. Chas. A.
Brand. Fuone 695-J-l.
FOR RENT Furnished 6-room
house. Inquire 626 So. Pine.
FOR RENT Modern apartment.
Deardorff Apts., 112 Brockway.
FOR RENT Furnrsned apartment,
hot water, electric stove, garage.
Nice location. Inquire Bubat
Bros. Phone 214.
FOR RENT Furnished modern
apartment, close in, sleeping
porch, electric range. Phone 6i9
mornings. Call 124 V. Douglas
St. afternoons.
MISCELLANEOUS f
UAR OWNER Don't forget to call
653 when In need of auto parts.
Sarff's Auto Wrecking House.
TO EXCHANGE Nice residence in
Eugene for Roseburg property.
Address 321 N. Jackson street,
Itoseburg, Ore.
THE EPWORTH LEAGUE will
bold a cooked food sale Saturday,
June 28th at Roseburg Elec
tric store.
NEW TODAY
SILO. 10 by 21. for sale.
Cook, Oakland.
Walter
ATTENTION Hill's fireworks for
sale at Kelley's Koruer.
FURNISHED tdiack . lor rem i
per month. See uiaid at Douglas
hotel.
BUILDING BRICK and fire brick. I
Page Lumber & Fuel Co.
FOR RENT 5-room well furnished
house; garage. 828 W. Lane St.
FOR SALE Rhode Island Red and
Plymouth Rock pullets. Phone
33F25.
FOR SALE 500 hens, 1 Jersey
cow, 4 pigs, and possession of
the place. Phone 671-R.
FOR SALE Broccoli plants, early
and late. t2 per thousand. French
Nichols. Phone 42F14.
DON'T FORGET Hats now Belling
below cost at the Specialty
Shoppe, 235 N. Jackson.
WANTED To rent or lease, fur
nished or unfurnished 5 or 6
room house by July 6. Must be
modern. Phone 602-j.
ALL our hats are absolutely up-to-date,
both in style and in ma
terial. The Specialty Shoppe, 235
N. Jackson.
FOR SALE 2 fresh cows, one
Guernsey with heifer calf. Call
at 2nd house on Lookingglass
road. J. D. Vedder.
YOUR summer ensemble cannot be
complete without one of the Spe
cialty Shoppe hats. Mrs. S. M.
King, 235 N. Jacksun.
B1NG AND ROYAL ANN CHER
RIES For sale. Come and help
pick yours, costs less. Tuthiil
ranch, 3 miles west of Sutherlin.
liiMPLOYMENT WANTED By
day or week Housework, clean
ing or cooking, hoeing, berry
picking or anything. Phone 2BF2.
CHERRIES FOR SALE BingB,
Royal Anns, Lamberts and Ore
gons. 5c per pouud in orchard.
Phone 416-R. Walter Singletons
place, East Douglas St.
FOR SALE Nice little dairy
ranch; 31 acres, living creek; li
acres can be irrigated. All crops
and everything for $5500. Mis.
L. O. Maddux, 404 N. JackBon St.
SCREENS
Door and window
Standard or Special sizes
Pine and ceuar stock
Coen Lumber Company
WHEN considering Roofing
roll---shiiigles flat
Consider quality
1 "Pioneer" tried and proved
Costs no more
'Coen Lumber Comany
WANTED Middle-aged woman
with no encumbrance to assist
wtih housework in country. Fam
iiy of 3 adults. Light work, small
pay. Must be reliable. Address
Box 1732, care News-Review.
BUY OUR COUPON CERTIFI
CATES drawing interest semi
annually. Clip your coupons
same as government bonds.
DOUGLAS RU1LD1NG & LOAN
ASSOCIATION, Medical Arts
Dldg. Phone 215.
WANTED Concessions for Gar
age and Gasoline Men's celebra
tion and picnic to be held at
Wigwam, July 4th and 5th; un'
der new management. Also
someone for chicken dinners. See
Mr. Barker between 7 and 8 to
night at Douglas hotel.
LOANS If you want to borrow
money see us lirst! we Know we
have the best loan available. Our
monthly payments are lens and
our plan is definite. You know
when, your loan is paid off.
DOUGLAS BUILDING & LOAN
ASSOCIATION, Medical Arts
Bldg. Phone 245.
A COOKED food sale will be held
July 3rd at 118 W. Cass by the
Ladles Auxiliary to Eagles. Pic
nic orders tor sandwiches, sal
ads, and other foods will be pre
pared as per order, v'c-nisou sand
wiches special. Give us a chance
to make your picnic a real one.
Phone 471-L or 178-R.
FOR SALE Registered Shropshire
yearling rams with real bhrop
shire quality. Aged ewes 5 to 7
years. Ewe lambs and ram lambs
will make real show stuff for
boys and girls sheep club mem
bers. Priced right to club mem
bers. Dr. J. W. Cook, Wilbur,
Ore. Phone Oakland 27-2.
for SALE 547 acres close to
good town, good buildings and
fences. Fine water, city water
and liuhts. All crops, hay, beans,
beets, wheat and 11 acres line
iiiunes: alfalfa: 250 sheep, 50
goals, team, 4 cows. All needed
farm Implements. All lor 18,
500, terms. Mrs. L. O. Maddux,
404 N. Jackson.
MONTHLY PAYMENT LOANS
If you wish to build or buy a
home or refund your present
mortgage, we have a liberal re
payment plan whereby loans may
be paid in monthly installments.
The total cost of one of our
loans is lower than any like or
ganizalion doing business in the
stale. We invite comparison.
UMPQUA SAVINGS AND LOAN
ASSOCIATION, Douglas Ab
stract building.
WANTED Honest, trustworthy
man to relail Ward s Old Reliable
Pure Health Products in Doug
las county. Finest and most com
plete line of high quality mer
chandise Tor farm trade. Real op
jiortuniiy for industrious men. He
independent with your on estab
lished business. Our products are
actual home and farm neces
sities. Wiile lor particulars. Dr.
Wards Medical Co., Winona,
Minu. Established lbsti.
P$a . SST "71 H6H. HErH. I DOkT
-1 'm KTHIMK we
ABERDEEN That good ULah coallQREGON LOANS TO
at Pages'.
POWER PLANTS of 24 horsepow
er built portable tor all farm re
quirements. See J. O. Newlaml
and Son for your particular
needs.
YOU MAY ENJOY the 4th of Juiy
or your vacation trip more if
your car is protected by our pub
lic liabilities and property dam
age insurance in the Farmers Au
tomobile Inter-Insurance Ex
change. ; Fred A. Golf, district
manager, Roseburg; or A. W.
Casswell, Myrtle Creek, or I. M.
Tuthiil, Sutherlin.
TODAY'S MARKETS
(AsRiK-liitoil Press Leused Wlro)
PORTLAND, June 27. flutter unci
titsts ttueluliuiiH rumaint'd uncliiinKi'd
ui! tliu Portland whuh.Hiile nmrkct
today, lleniutul was fair for both,
liuttt-r rueulptH wur! cleared well.
Egg receipts were liberal, purt su
ing to slui-atfe. . .;. , . ' .
(Quotations und demand for coun
try dressed meats and poultry iiiiir
unuell steady with Ihuisday condi
tions. '1 lit- Sperry Flour company an
nounced varying reduction on flour.
Watermelons continue their very
heavy uany movement of 17110 cars.
Portland's melon consumption Is
t 1 lignt. a tlioujrn nines nro low
enough 15 per ton nt southern
CulUoi'nia shipping points, and 2 'a
ra.ic .per Hi. to rnrtlumt reliallers.
Arizona's cantaloupe movement is
lull swing now. wun uany snin-
nients in excess of 100 eurloads.
Quality is reported very good.
t'ortiund s lirst arrivals aie expect
ed in a lew days.
Hothou.su tomatoes are moving
owly. duo to plentiful supplies of
good quality Culilornias. Hothouse
cucumbers continue in tairiy tsouu
demand, as supplies are only mod
erate, and outdoor Cukes are not
an important factor yet.
There were virtually no airuw
berries on the east Alder street
market toduv. fo rthe first time In
several weeks, futility is poor now,
although suitable tor barrelling,
after careful regradilig. -
Brooks celery shippers lia've been
distributing the equivalent of about
one carload daily for the past two
weeks, by motor trucK ami niixeo
ear shipments via Portlund. First
straight carlot shipments were made
this week, to northwestern points.
Hop Price (Joea I i
YAKIMA. Wash.. June 27. Uue to
widespread crop failure in Oregon,
western Washington and British
Columbia, complete .reversal In the
hop market hay otelirred In the
iaKtiuu valley almost overnight.
Willi prices having Jumped five
cents, active trading Is being car
ried on at from 2 to 1 cents a
pound. Four growers were said to
control the remaining Moo buies of
the ly:! production. J'his year's yal
lev crop estimates were placed at
15.000 bales In comparison to 23,000
last year.
(liimimtfi.
Eggs: Prices te. re-.allors: Frf.nh
extras. 24e; standards, 2Je; fresh
medium, 22c. Prices to wholesalers
2c under pries to retailers.
liulter: Cubes: Extras. ::2c; stnn
ards. :!lc; prime firsts, :10c; firsts,
2c. Creamery prices: Prints, 3c over
cuoe slanuuids.
Milk: ltaw milk (4 per cent) 2..0
if, 40 r.wt.. aellvered Portland, less
I i t cent: grade B milk. $2. fin
terfi. station. 2sc: track, 30'
Bul-
; lit
llvored In Portland 3!'-'.
Poultry: (Buying prices): Alive,
neavy hens over 4(4 lbs.. 23c; me
dium hens. 3M: to 4 V lbs.. 20c; light
hens. 17c; broilers. 1 Vli to 2 Ms lbs..
Leghorns. 17c; colored. 2iifj 2Kc l'e
kln ducks. 4 lbs. and over, 2;t-8c;
old ISfil&c; colored decks, lHty20c.
country meats: (liuying prices!
,-i it;, irk. In1 fa J fie;
choice lamb's, 1 0 'li Bit' ; mutton, it'll
' Woifr: (city d. livery prices):
l.'a y patents. 4,0s .S: whole
wheat. I'.'s, :..'.io; graham Bis. ' .
bakers' hard wheal. 'Js, t..20; bak
ers' blueslein patents. llSs, It.lu,
pastry flour, 4n. $0.30.
Sugar (sacked basis): cane,
fruit or bvny. VJ.n per cwt. Beet
sugar, 11.70 cwt.
Onions: (Steady, Oregon, ll.luB
"potatoes: Gems. No. 1 grade H"
ft 4.O0. New potatoes: California,
ICo iAc pound. -.,-.,,,
Wool- Eastern Oregon. 13(Vl8c
lb; valley. 21c. Mohair, new clip:
Kid hair, 31c per pound; staplo iuv
""nui's: Steady; walnuts. Oregon. 20
H3UI-; almonds, 2r,i :;; peanuts.
9Vj"il0ic; pecans. iiiu7c; filberts,
1 7 fi'f 1 8C. , .
Hav: Wholesale buying prices, de
livered Portland, eastern Oregon
timothy. $22. Sii'a 2.50; do valley.
tliollSil'.rr.o; alfalfa. $1 0.00 w 20.00:
clover. $16: "at pay. $1C: straw. $.
8 ton: selling price. J! to $2 more.
Hops: 1020 crop. l '-j (i ll"-jc; 1'J -o
contracts, clusters, 12'iVl3c; fug-
"'ifoRs? Heavy weight $!i.1,Sr to.r.o.
t.ulh. in weight $'.l..",0 1' 1 1 "0. Light
weight $10 7 ." ' 1 l.-'o. Light
$lo.iMi',i 1 1.00. I'a'-king sous
liKl'IH
$;.oor
I s ;.i i.U or only nogs auo ro.i-,-IuoiYm.
blu:Jl.t.r pis ', til "...
.-:i,..p: iijiiuui'io.is ..,.
lambs on shorn L.imsi lambs good
to choice $7..-.o'o s..0. mediiiin Ji. O"
U 7 0, all WeiBhts, coamiou $4..U IS
11,766 WAR VETS
OVER 28 MILLION
SALEM, Ore., June 26. Since
the adoption of the war veteran
stale aid act of 11121, the state of
Oregon has loaned to u total of 11,
766 war veterans an aggregate sum
of f28.179.125. Thu legislature of
1925 extended the act to benefit
veterans of the Spanish-AnierPian
war as well as those of the World
War. ,
Repayments of the state at the
end of April, this year, were
$4,923,728.13 Interest aiid J4.826,
564.22 principal, a total of $9,750,
292.35, leaving a balance of $23,
826.5U4.94 in unpaid notes. Under
the terms of the act loans which
are based on the assessed valua-'
tion of property in the state, may
be made in a total such of about
$33 000,000.
Counties In which the loans ex
ceed $1,000,000 are: Multnomah.
$11,624,500; Marion, $1,822,800;;
L a n e. $1,308,400; , Clackamas;.
51,268,025.
- Out of tbo 11,776 loans made by
tile slnto to war veterans under
the state aid act the state has been
6.00. Yiiiirllnir
wethera SI.OOfflfi.00.
MvtrH. medium to dint
ten t a.ar ffi :i.oo,
120-HjO IIih. $2,0012.75,
all weights,
cuminon Sl.ooii 2.00.
POEM FOR THE DAY
By LOUIS ALBERT BANKS
... ' MAHATMA GANDHI, THE STATESMAN
Inllniate dulails of the prison life of Mnhatma Gandhi, Interned
loader of the civil disobedience muvement, were made known May 22
in a letter which he wrote to Miss Sialic, at the Ashram (college of
devotees) at Ahmedabad, intended for ail Ashram ln
lrTJ wEpi?!!;"! mates.
j no manauna aeciares me prison oliiciais are
Kind and attentive. He says in part: -.
fjj. "1 have been quite happy 'making up my arrears
!1 '-',.P fa.jt Tlw, ,,tc,l,(c, ,.nnli,..r I . .n
J "WW:!"S4 sleep right under
" " A "J "I am givlns
'rl-S'V .(hand spinning
milk and nm continuing It for the preset. .
"In the mornings I have cojd water instead of hot. I have left off
honey. The goat is milked In my presence so there is no uuestion of the
cleanliness of the milk.
"1 have been given a man for cleaning vessels, etc." Tho New York
Times, May 3, 1930.
This is the man Great Britain fears
The man the whole wide world now hears.
Wise Gandhi makes proud Britain pause,
And history's study gives her cause:
She lost United States for tea ,
Her grandest hope across the sea.
'Tis surely time to call a halt
Lest she lose India, now, for salt.
If she had dealt with us as wise
As with her rare Canadian prize,
We still would wave the Union Jack
And Jiever dream of any lack.
Build India now a great Free State,
And Britain can control her fate.
Injustice bred George Washington,
And Gandhi is his Indian son.
Admit Mahatma Gandhi's quaint
A strangely humble, gentle saint,
But he's the creature of this age.
Has shown the wisdom of a sage;
He wields the mighty force of love.
And fits his India like a glove.
If Britain's wise, she'll use his power
To save the cast this crisis hour.
Mahatma Gandhi's spinning wheel
Is, for his race, a trumpet peal; ,
He drinks the milk of humble goats
This man the world now loves and quotes;
He drinks his milk, locked in a jail,
But, never duubt. his life's a trail
That leads to an undying fame
Mankind will ne'er forget his name.
forced to foreclosure on a total of
o:3 properties because of failure
of tile beneficiaries to comply
witli terms of the law, according to
records In the office of the veter
ans slate aid commission.
The Htate now has on its hands
420 of these properties represent
ing an investment of $1,036,097.39.
it lias sold on contract 233 of the
properties for a total of $637
685.84.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our gratitude'
to our nelKhbors and friends for
their kindness and Bympathy in the
death of our loved one.
Mrs. H. M. Boyd and family.
Mrs. Anna Boyd and family.
The nieces end nephews.
TONIGHT
Dance at Winchester
and
Lunch at Brand's.
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FIREWORKS
For the 4th
Firecrackers
Roman Candles
Skyrockets
UKAND'S
Pacific highway 3 miles north
the sky.
as much time as I can to tho Takll
wheel). I find I havo no speed on it
at an. j unruly get 3D rounds In one hour. For the lirst
1 ry I gave nearly seven hours to It, reaching 160
roundn. 1 was washed out at the end of the perform-
mce. I must learn the trick of getting more speed.
I rise at the Ashram hour (4 a. m.) 1 am given a light
-to that I can read the Gitta. according to our custom.
"I rest regularly from 8 a. m., to 12 noon. I gave
IP oranges during the march, but have begun taking
them agalu here. On the first day I took raw goal's
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Relatively low niVHsurc over the
Rocky mountain ii'Klon froitj Can
ada to Mexico haR been aMjuieiuted
witli KhoweiB in wnKhuiKiuu una
portions of noutli western Canada.
uikI a UiHturbanee charted ' in the
St. jUiwrenee valley has rauKetl
rains from the lake roKiori tti New
KtiKiand and Bonthwnrd to GcorKiu.
A Renvral, htit moderate rlno In torn
no mi ure has jiieeiirred over the
Rocky mountain and pliilna region,
una u correHpoiidinn full vor weut
ern seetlona of the country, Huro-metoi-B
are riJllK In tho Pacific
coiiHt Ktittes. indicating generally
fair weather und moderate tempm-ft
ture In this vicinity tonlRht and
Saturday, but With some cloudineua
tonight,
E. H. FbRTCHER,
Meteorologist,
NOTICE
The WiKwam has hfien tnkn un
der new management by Forrest
Ellis Barker. Grand openinR July
4th and 5th, with celebration for
Oarage and Gasoline men. Big at
tractionB all day. Adv.
AT YOUR SERVICE
Phone B82
Day or Night
STEPHENS AUTO CO.
Drier Pipe
For any Type of Drier
Cast iron and steel drier stoves.
Let us give you an estimate on
your requirement.
J. H. SINNIGER
' Sheet Metal Works
Practical, accurate and depend
able sheet metal work.
Phone 428 329 N. Jackson
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Fragrance that thrills
Good morning to a, new, glorious day in the
open a desire for fresh activities, and energy to
tn joy them, and appetite to supply the energy
boy, what an appetite. Now the pungency of
wood smoke, the aroma of coffee on the boil, the
fragrance of bacon sizzling in the pan Frye's
Delicious Brand Bacon rich, sweet, vitalizing
bacon, fresh-cured from prime, young pork. ' .'Z
This latest and best Anderson hoe is an innovation in
gardening. It is sharp on both ends, and thus does its
work going either forward or backward. Reduce time
spent in the garden by getting your open hoe today.
They come in two sizes, and sell for $1.25 and $1.50.
CHURCHILL HARDWARE CO.
THE IRON MONGERS
P. S. Housewives . . . save time by using our new pea shelling
machine . . . shells 1 pound In 4 minutes. Regularly $1.25, they
are now selling for $1.00.
Girls, a Beauty Secret
1. Walk at least 30 minutes each day in the fresh air.
2. Eat plenty of fruits and green vegetables. (Among
other things, they help to keep you thin). ,
3. Drink our pasteurized milk with every meal. ..
Roseburg Dairy and
Soda Works
PHONE 186
The Cleanest Place in Town . ''
COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF
What Does It Mean?
If you save money, even a little money. Do you
know that a dollar at eight per cent doubles itself,
every nine years?
Is it doubling itself for you or the other
fellow?
Save by using good machinery at reasonable cost.
Try our repair service, welding, brazing, overhaul
ing all kinds of farm machinery.
Cheaper than balingwire and cusswords.
FarmBureauCooperativeExchange
Roseburg Myrtle Creek . Oakland
AGENTS FOR
L. i H. Eleotrlo Ranges John Deera Plow Co.
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