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TWO DOCTORS IN
received a Doctor of Medicine degree, graduate together at me
BERLINERS HONOR CLAY The nnme of Gen. Lucius D Cloy,
former U. S. military governor In Germany, joins those of Kaiser
Wilhclm and Blsmnrk in the Berlin street directory. Here, Mnyor
Ernst Reuter points to the new street siffn, "Clayullee" (Clny
Avenue), during unveiling ceremonies. The street was formerly
PORTLAND, June 27 UP)
(Butterfat) tentative, suDjra
to immediate change): Premium
quality maximum to .35 to 1 per
cent acidity delivered In Portland,
61-6-lc lb.; first quality, aa-uzc in.;
second quality, 55-5Sc. Valley
routes and country points 2c less
Butter Wholesale f.o.b. bulk
cubes to wholesalers: Grade AA,
93 score, 61-620 lb.; A, 92 score,
60-61 ic lb.; B, 90 score, 57c lb.;
C, 89 score, 56c lb. Above prices
are strictly nominal.
Cheese (Selling price to
Portland wholesalers): Oregon
singles, 38i-48ic; Oregon 5-lb.
Eggs (To wholesalers): A
grade large, 56-5(i4c; A grade,
medium, 53i-554c; B grade, large,
Live Chickens (No. 1 qual
ity f.o.b. plants): Broilers, under
2J lbs., 27-28c; fryers, 21-3 lbs., 31
33c; 3-4 lbs., 33c; roasters, 4 lbs.
and over, 33c; fowl, leghorns, 4
lbs. and uniter, 21c; leghorns, over
4 lbs., 23c; colored fowl, nil
weithts, 25c; old roosters, all
we'-Jlils, 1819c lb.
.bVSa (Average to grower.;)-
Live white, 4-5 lbs., 19-21c;
5-6 lbs., 17-19c; colored, 2 cents
lower; old or heavy does, and
bucks, 8-14c lb.; dressed Irycrs,
Ore Mon., June 27, 194
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EACH FAMILY Seven
FRESH DRESSED MEATS
(Wholesalers to retailors per
Beef: Steers, good, 500-800 lbs.,
$12-44; commercial, $39-42; utility,
Cows: Commercial, $36-37; util
ity, $30-31: canner cutter, $25-27.
Beef Cut. (good steers):
hand quarters, $53-55; rounds,
$53-55; full loins, trimmed, $60
65; triangles, $37-38; square
chucks, $10-13; ribs, $17-51; fore
quarters, $37-38. ,
Veal and Calf: Good, $41-44;
commercial, $39-42; utility, $30
$32. Lambs: Good-choice, under 60
lbs., $52-54; commercial, $19 50.
Mutton: Good, 70 lbs. down,
Pork Cuts: Loins. No. 1. 812
lbs., $52-55; shoulders, 16 lbs.,
down, $35-38; sparerihs, $18-50;
carcasses, $31-32; mixed weights,
Wool: Coarse, valley and medi
um glades, 45c lb.
Mohair: Nominally 25C lb. on
Veal: Ton Quality. 3(-38c lb.;
other grades according to weight
and quality with poor or heavier,
Hobs: Light blockers, 28-30c
lb.; sows, 2t-27c.
Lambs: Top quality, 43-4SC ID.;
Beef: Uoort cows, 2Wia 10.
Onions: Yellow globe lumnos,
new cron Calif., med. and large,
$1.75-2.25; mis, $2.00-2.25; white
1 A HHHiAH TIln'l4f 111 C T 1 T1 fl 1
husbands and wives, each of whom
universe ui i.u.iu.s, vuuibv. .
A number of Rice Valley chil
dren are attending the vacation-
1 DlWIn Cnhnnl at thn AcGPmhlV
of God church In Yoncalla these
two weeks. Mrs. Kay AiKinson is
driving her car to deliver the
children to and from school.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kldwell at
tended the Rose Festival in Port
land. Ervln Rice spent last weekend
In Eastern Oregon, fishing.
xrnllni. T Dilnnvnnt an
operation at Mercy Hospital in
iioseourg ihhi weun.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Cullen
of Page, Neb., arrived last Thurs
day and will make an extended
visit with their children, Rollle
l rnl n DlnA t-IIU fttnnnn nf
Yoncnlla and Mrs. M. Van Con-
nett of uaKiana, me iunens msu
have a host of friends. They
expect to make their home here
if they find a suitable location.
Mack Huntington, who has
spent the past few months car
ing for his ranch at Fossil, Ore.,
arrived In Rice Valley this week
to look after his ranch and stock
here. He exnects to return to
Fossil as soon as his duties here
Billv Lamar Is slaying at the
Wayne Rice home and assisting
Mr. Rice with his haying.
W. L. Rigsby Funeral
To Be Held In Roseburg
Funeral services for Wallace
Lewis Rigsby, 74, well-known
resident of Azalea, who died Fri
day, will be held Tuesday at 2:00
p.m. In the Chapel of the Long
& Orr Mortuary Instead of at
the Bland Cemetery at Days
Creek as previously announced.
Rev. Levi White will officiate.
Concluding services and Inter
ment will be held In the Masonic
Cemetery In Roseburg.
Mr. Rlgshv was horn June 15,
1875, at Mill Creek, West Vir
ginia. He had been a resident of
this county since 1912.
Surviving are a drughter, Mrs.
Phvllls Hamilton, Azalea, and
two sons, Therylc Rigsby, Aza
lea, and Keith Rigsby, Roseburg.
CITY COURT CASES
Two vagrants were sentenced
to 10 days each In the city Jail
following their arraignment be
fore Municipal Judge Ira B. Rid
dle. The Judge gave their names
as I-erov Oscar O'Brady and Sam
Smith Huston. The jail sentences
were In lieu of $20 fines.
Two other persons forfeited
ball pi $10 each on disorderly
conduct charges (or failure to ap
pear. Thev were named by the
Judge as James V. Blewett and
diet Dutton, both of Roseburg.
A 3 tt
Potatoes: Russets, Deschutes,
No. 1-A. $5.00-5.15; new potatoes:
Calif, long whiles, size A. $3.75
4.00; size B, 100 lbs., S2.90-3.00.
Hay (Following wholesale
prices are strictly nominal: U. S.
No. 2, green alfalfa or better,
baled truck lots wholesale, IVirt
land, $31; U. S. No. 1 mixed timo
thy, $38; oats and vetch mixed
hav, uncertified clover hay, nom
inally, $15-18, depending on qual
ity, baled, on Willamette valley
New Officers Installed By
Lions Club, Ladies Auxiliary
Joint Installation of officers was
held by the Roseburg Lions Club
and Lady Lions Saturday night
at the Roseburg Country Club.
About 70 persons, Including mem
bers, their wives and invited
guests attended the dinner-dance.
Allen Clute was master of cere
monies. Dr. James Campbell took the
oath of office as president of the
Lions, and Mrs. Buckley Bell was
installed as the new president of
the Auxiliary. Dr. Campbell suc
ceeds Dr. L. M.. Lehrbach, while
Mrs. Bell succeeds Mrs. Phil
Jnstalllng officer for the men
was Forrest Losee, who was elect
ed district Lions governor at the
recent Lions Club convention at
Astoria. For the Lady Lions, Mrs.
J. P. Motschenbacher, past state
president, was the installing offi
cer. The new Lions Club officers in
addition to Dr. Campbell include
Dr. Bruce Hetrlck, first vice-president:
Wayne Safley. second vice-
president; Cliff Smith, third vice
president; Walter Welker, secre
tary; Edell Bryant, treasurer;
Norman Ssielarth, Lion tamer;
Bill Livermore, tail twister; Ralph
Turner, editor of The Tail, and
Ross Newcomb and Frank Von
The new Lady Lions officers, in
addition to Mrs. Bell, are: Mrs.
Bruce Elliott, vice-president; Mrs.
Jim Daugherty, secretary; Mrs.
Keltn stumps, treasurer; Mrs. A.
W. Kobernick, Lion tamer; Mrs.
Earl Henry and Mrs. Jim Camp
Although he has been an active
member for many years, this Is
the first time Dr. Campbell has
served the club as president. He
was elected to the oliice in law,
but before he could take office he
Auxiliary to Meet The Eagles
Auxiliary will meet Tuesday
night at 8 o'clock at the Eagles
Convalescing Mrs. Daisy
Ward has been discharged from
the Roseburg Sanitarium and is
reported convalescing satisfac
torily at her home in Elgarose.
Visiting at Sands Home Mr.
and Mrs. John Ellison of Thun-
derhawk, S. D., are visiting in El
garose with Mr. and Mrs. J. N.
Visit In Euoene Mr. and Mrs.
Carl South and sons Teddy and
Timmle, have returned to their
home In Elgarose, following the
weekend visiting relatives in
Lodge to Meet Roseburg
Rebekah Lodge, No. 41, will rsoet
Tuesday night at 8 o'clock at the
I. O. O. F. hall. Refreshments
will be served by the committee
in charge. Members and visiting
members are invited.
Club to Pienlo The Roseburg
Toastmlstress Club will hold a 7
o'clock potluck picnic supper
Tuesday night at the Veterans
Hospital Grove. Those attending
are asked to bring their own
8pend Day Here Mr. and Mrs.
O'Meara and two daughters, Kay
and Deneice, of Riddle spent Sun
day in Roseburg visiting Mrs.
O'Meara's brother-in-law and sis
tor,, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hobi. and
family, on Reservoir Avenue.
To Visit Club The Queen of
Nydia Temple and several of her
olllcers will pay an official visit
to Badoura Club, Nydia Temple,
Daughters of the Nile Tuesday
evening at a 6:30 o'clock dinner
meeting at the Roseburg Country
Arrives From Coqullle Miss
Betty Clark arrived from Co
quille Sunday evening to assist
in the care of her aunt, Mrs. E.
A. Pearson, who is ill at her home
on Reservoir Avenue. The Pear
sons' daughter, Mary Lynne, re
turned to Roseburg Saturday eve
ning, following a week's visit in
Coqullle with her uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnic Clark, and
Back From Convention Dr.
Kenneth Oakley has returned
from Portland where he spent a
week at the Academy of Ophthal
mology and Otolaryngology, at
tending the annual Northwest
convention of eye- ear, nose and
throat specialists. The convention
was addressed by leading men
from mldwestern universities, Dr.
Auto Crash Ends
Boy's Plans For
MADRAS, June 27. Prospects
of a summer vacation, spent at
Roseburg with a brother, John
Dulaney, came to an end Fri
day for Floyd, 15-year-old son of
Mr. nd Mrs. Arthur F. Dulaney
of Mecca, located on the Des
chutes river, 18 miles north
west qf here. Floyd, his father
reported Saturday, was resting
well at the Portland general hos
pital where he was taken, fol
lowing an automobile collision
Just east of Government camp
on the Wapinltia cut-off hlgn
way. Friday Edward Harold, a Port
land angler, who had been fish
ing the mid-reaches of the Des
chutes, ready to return home
offered Floyd a ride as far as
Portland on the first lap of his
Journey to Roseburg. Harold's
car collided on the mountain
highway with a lumber truck.
While Harold suffered multiple
cuts and bruises, the Injuries of
the boy were more serious.
waa called Into the armed serv
ice, he said. He was presented
with the president's pin by Dr.
Lehrbach, who in return received
from Losee a past president's pin.
Pins, Corsages Presented
Perfect attendance pins were
awarded to Thomas C. Hartfiel,
Edell Bryant, Bill Livermore, Wal
ter Welker, Frank Von Borstel
and Losee. -
Mrs. Harth presented past presi
dent's pins to Mrs. Jim Bewley,
Mrs. Albert G. Flegel, Mrs. Henry
Palmer, Mrs. Losee, Mrs. Lehr
bach and Mrs. Frank Long.
She also presented as a gift to
Mrs. Bell and the auxiliary a myr
tlewood gavel set. In return, she
was presented an orchid corsage
and a gift by members of the club.
Mrs. Losee, as wife of the new
district governor, was presented
an orchid corsage.
Mrs. Harth, Mrs. Norman Sei
farth and Mrs. Palmer arranged
the table floral decorations, and
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Elliott were
responsible for an attractive back
drop for the occasion.
Following the dinner and Instal
lation ceremonies, the evening
was spent in dancing.
Losee has installed officers at
three neighboring clubs and con
tinues af at least for more. Phil
Harth is his cabinet secretary. He
officiated at Myrtle Point Lions
installation June 14, and was ac
companied by Willard Livermore.
In June 17, he offiicated at a Joint
installation at Coos Bay. He was
accompanied by Mr, and Mrs.
Phil Harth. On June 21, accom
panied by Mrs. Losee, Walter Wel
ker and Allen Clute, he installed
at a joint induction at North
Bend. Remaining on his schedule
are Medford, June 28; Sutherlin,
June 29; Riddle, July 5; Canyon
ville, July 11, and at Prospect.
Leave For Home Mrs. Harold
Ingram (Dorothy Geddes) and
daughter Penny, and son Frank
Leslie, returned to their home in
Boise, Ida., over the weekend, fol
lowing a visit in Roseburg with
tne lormers parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. J. Geddes, and sisters and
brother, Mrs. Harrie Booth. Mrs.
S. J. Cooper and Attorney Paul
Back From Vacation Mr. and
Mrs. Fuller Johnson have re
turn 1 to their home in Roseburg,
following a vacation trip to east
ern. Montana to visit the form
er's relatives, a stay in Yellow
stone National Park and on to
Denver, Col., where they were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Francis
Tong, former Roseburg residents.
Cub Pack to Plcnlo Cub
Pack, No. 408, of Riverside
School, members and their fami
lies are Invited to a 6:30 potluck
picnic Tuesday night at UmDOua
Park. Those attending are asked
to bring a covered dish, dessert or
salad, bread and butter and their
table service. For further Infor
mation, members are asked to
Her. Over Weekend Mi-, and
Mrs. Carl Moser of , Portland
spent Saturday and Sunday in
Roseburg visiting friends. They
came to attend the 40-8 state
chicken dinner Saturday nieht
and to attend the dedication of
tne new fireplace at the Veterans
Hospital. Mr. Moser was former
ly stationed at the Veterant Hos
Visitors at Bevan Ranch
Alter a visit with Mrs. Grace A.
Bcvans and her son, J. M. Bevans,
hi ineir rancn on, tne iNortn Ump
qua, Mrs. Bevans' cousins. Mrs.
Ruth Bumblv of Huntlneton
Park, Calif., and Mrs. Hallie
Bowen of Santa Ana, Calif., have
returned to their respective
homes. The Bevanses are oper
ating the former Beckley ranch,
which they purchased on coming
here from Brady, Tex., a year
ago. Mrs. Bevans has Just re
turned from a vacation trip to
LKjngview ana Vancouver, wasn.
Arrive From Panama Lt.
Col. and Mrs. Raymond Bell and
aaugnter, Judy, have arrived
from Panama to spend 10 days
visiting relatives and friends.
They were accompanied here by
mis. ceu s motner, Mrs. J. van
Klmmell, of Portland. Lt. Col.
and Mrs. Bell are visiting the
former's aunt, Miss Minnie Bell,
on Reservoir Avenue, and Miss
Judy Bell and Mrs. Klmmell are
houseguests of Miss Helen Casey
on Blakely street. Following
their vacation, Lt. Col. Bell will
report to the Naval War College
at Newport, R. I., for a special
course oi instruction.
Births at Mercy Hospital
CLARK To Mr. and Mrs. Cy
rus Clark, Roseburg, June 24, a
son, Carl Phillip; weight seven
pounds inteen ounces.
STREET To Mr. and Mrs.
Harley L. Street, Sutherlin, June
i!4. a daughter. Jeannie Ann:
weight seven pounds one ounce.
DOZHIER To Mr. and Mrs.
Arvll J. Dozhier, Glide, June 25,
a daughter, Carol Jean; weight
six pounds eleven ounces.
PAYNE To Mr. and Mrs. Ar
gle L, Payne, Roseburg. June 26,
a son, Lewis Dee; weight seven
pounds seven ounces.
MICHEAUX To Mr. and Mrs.
George L. Micheaux. Roseburg,
June 26, a daughler, Ruth Irene;
weight six pounds seven ounces.
MATSON To Mr. and Mrs.
Donald A. Matson, Roseburg,
June 26, a daughter, Karen Sue;
weight seven pounds ten ounces.
The Smallest, Cheapest Workers In
1 Comtructlon carpenter foreman.
Huit M capaoie ana openrineu.
W. A. WOODARD LUMBER CO.
Cottage Grove, Oregon
First Class Body Man
Ted's Auto Body Service
Corner Melroie and Looklngglmsa Road
WANTED PART TIME secretary for
afternoon worn, snonnana aeuraoie
but not required. Must be able to
type and do simple bookkeeping. State
experience and salary expected. Write
Newt-Review, Box 896.
CAR HOP WANTED
THE DRIVE INN
ONE MILE SO. ON HIWAY 99
EXPERIENCED EDGERMAN Tall
sawyer, turnaown man. green cnain
man. Some housing available. Gram
Lumber Corp.. 14 miles out. South
EXPERIENCED LAUNDRY marker and
distributor. Apply Myrtle (JreeK iaun-
dry. no pnone cans please.
WANTED GIRL to work nights. Fry
doughnuts, wrap pas tries. Patterson's
HELP WANTED Truck to haul logs.
short haul. Phone 15-J-4 after 6:00
CHERRY PICKERS wanted.
Knupp, Rt. 2. BOX 261.
WANTED YARDING donkey for about
2 million, call uas-K-9.
Rsbg. Sanitation Service
SEPTIC tanks cleaned, no extra charge
xor a rain lines, no cnarge ior open
ing tank. Prompt service. No mile
age charge, reasonable rates, special
rales for commercial tank.
Ph. 1563-R P.O. Box 286
Z444 H. Stephens
ALL BUILDING construction, new and
old, remodeling, 10y down, no job too
large or too small. All type masonry
construction, flagstone and brick:
barbecues and patios a specialty. Mag
netite floors and drainboards. Phone
1590-R-l, contractor, A. R. Snow.
Septic Tanks and Drain Fields Installed.
u antes rum pea
Rt. 1. Box 71
YOUNG MARRIED woman from San
Francisco area with newspaper ex
perience, secretarial experience, and
dictaphone training, desires employ
ment, preferably secretarial, but pos
sibly clerical. Phone 1493-J.
BY THE HOUR or contract You fur
nish road and water and we do rest
L. J. Wilson. Sutherlin. Ph. 3321.
FOR HIRE TD 9 equipped for logging.
oy nour or inousana, witn ariver ana
choker setter. Call 707-J after 6:00
?. m. or see Art Crocker at 1047 West
Your Shake Maker
Bill Badger, Drew
By Hour or Contract
Write H. C. Harty. C.V Star Rt.
DO YOU WANT to go vacationing and
have your children and home taken
care of? Call 1146-L mornings, 150(3-
n-H aner o:w p. m,
EXPERIENCED baby sitter wants work
any evening, except Tuesdays. Phone
FLOOR COVERING Complete sales and
installations. Free estimates. Modern
Floor Covering. Phone 348.
ALTERATIONS. DRESSMAKING. All
types. Mrs. Don W. Garrison, 1003
man rone ai rnone buz-l,.
RELIABLE WOMAN wants light house
work. Box 894. News-Review.
WATER WELL DRILLER. Phone 660-L.
Carl E. W. Bell, 902 N. Jackson.
WILL DO IRONING In your home. Call
iztvt-n any lime.
PIANO TUNER J. Jones. Ph, 1340-R.
BEEP. VEAL AND PORK
Phone 922-R-3, or 499-R-S or write
ttouie i, noseourg
Whom does one have to know to find
a small furnished or partly furnished
apartment? We are Just two people,
permanent residents, no kids. All we
want Is a place to live at a price
within the averse hudsot. PI pa
phone er write to J. Vlsser, Rose-
uurg uairy. .
Will Pay Cash
WE BUY used furniture, all types. Call
at n-n no, jacuon. rnone iouj-j.
The Bargain House
WANTED 2 BEDROOM home for new
Firestone manager and family. Best
of references if necessary. Phone 372,
TEACHER, WIFE and baby desire to
rent 2-bedroom unfurnished house or
apartment in or near city. Reliable,
no smoking or drinking. Phone U32-R.
WANTED TO BUY Small 2 to 10 M fL
capacity sawmill. Write Box 898, co
CALL Al's for a fair bid on your fur
niture. At's Furniture Center, 814 Win
Chester St Phone 1327-R.
WANTED TO BUY All kinds of furni
ture. Let us bid on your house of fur
niture. Call 801-R at 509 N. Jackson St
WANTED TO BUY llwri fnrnlttir
Winston Furnlutre Exchange, Phone
WANT TO RENT House, adults. Call
WANTED Water well drilling. Llovd
Powell. 714 Ridffevlew. Phnn 13khJk
WANTED TO BUY Hides and waste
iaia. noscoura aieai wa rnon zoo.
fScables) it highly eon-
tagloua and will con
tinue for lire ff not
toDDed. Its sole cause
U the ltch-mfte. which Is Immune to
ordinary treatment EXSORA kills the
itch-mite almost instantly. Only three
days" exsora treatment is required.
Hall oraers given prompt auenuou.
Frtd Merer DrogSi Resebirg
Stop itching, dry
op blisters quick-
It, satPiy. 5fe
Stay toft In Dlatee.
Chew anything, fti
new in 30-eu da;
tor D4t results.
Fit Either Plato
59o at FRED
and other Drug Stores
Clip this Adv't for a Reminder!
The- News-Review classified ads
bring best results. Ptune 100.
Washington Diesel Yarder
This heavy duty yarder has been corn-
shape, and the sale price of $4500
represents several thousand dollars
savings to any buyer. 130 H. P. super
charged Cummins Diesel engine with
torque converter. Weight 60.000 lbs.
mo sledi. Located at Woodland, Wash.
For details write:
Northwest Door Co.,
FOR SALE 1947 Diamond T dual drive
logging trucK, tummini uihci wuiur,
overhauled March 10, 1940 and a 1943
Pierce trailer, also completely over
hauled. Can be seen at 1840 N. 3th
street, Springfield, Oregon, or call
SKAGIT LOADER powered with new
sled and some lines. Price $1,300
Inquire Heath Bros, at Hew Lumber
Company, S. Myrtle Creek Road, Myr-
INTERNATIONAL TRACTOR T. D. 40
iJiesei, reaay ior togging, wrum umuc
complete overhaul. Phone 199-RX-l.
or night call Mr. Norden, Umpqua
Sales and installation.
Ktl nnnstrnclion Co.
Eugene 6JI2-W or6389-W
D4 CAT, serial number 7-J-4172 with
Hyster arum ana Liafiani Lnrai, ny
draulle dozer. See at Tyee Lumber Co..
Sutherlin, Ore., or phone 1202 Suther
FOR SALE TD 14. TD 18 equipped for
logging. Arcn witn iu it. uaii aner
5:00 p. m. Phone 320-JX-4.
1948 TON PICKUP. 4-wheel drive.
lz.ooo miles. Howara jnicKeisen, nouie
Box 31. sutherlin.
FOR SALE D4 Cat equipped for log-
fing, arum ana oiaae. Lan ue seen ai
nterstate Tractor 'Maurice Weber
1 SMALL LOGGING arch, 129 2nd Ave.
so. rnone ij.
Having- sold part- of my farm I now
nave ior saie: une it-n. auger uiuic.
self-propelled Massey-Harris Combine,
used very little. A-l condition $3,000.
Automatic clutch. Love Pickup Reel
lovlral St SO
One Oliver 70-Row Crop Tractor. Good
Ojie Platform Reo Truck, 15-ft. bed
Witn cao. 't.ouxzu urea, nauis iw
nek! urn In- irnnd condition $500.
One 23-h. p. 3-phase Feed Grain Grind
er complete ouu.
One 325 acre grain and seed or cattle
ranch; 225 acres unaer cuiuvauon;
hnlnnrp naslure: flood buildinHs.
One 410-acre same type ranch practi
cally all unaer cultivation, ah ianu
. $100 per acre.
E. G BATES, Owner
P. O. Box 67
Junction City. Oregon
Woods Bros. Combines
CAN MAKE DELIVERY NOW.
Umpqua Tractor Co,
FORD TRACTOR DEALERS
FOR SALE Irish ' Fordson. 100 gal.
Ward s sprayer, sugniiy usea, m. m.
combine with motor, irrigation sprink
ler, 840 ft. of pipe with 13 sprinklers,
2 horse-drawn mowers with tractor
hitches, stock trailer and washing ma
chine. Contact Lewis Wilson, Patter
son's Bakery after 6:00 p. m.
GARDEN TRACTORS. 1 h p. to 5 h. p.
Bolens garden tractors, iou up. mow
ers, sickles, cultivators for above.
Also 5 h. p. and 10 h. p. M. E.
Rotary Tillers. Umpqua Tractor Co.,
Ford Tractor Dealers.
FOR SALE Slightly used model 20 Mas-
sey Harris iractor ana it ooiiom piuw.
Roseburg Grange Supply
THRASHING MACHINE and binder
$100. Art Rycnara, xoncaua.
1942 DODGE 2-ton Dual Drive. New
motor, new cab. Down payment...$925
1946 FORD Cab Over 3-ton Dual Drive
New motor. Very clean. Down pay
Both trucks equipped to nam
24 ft. lumber or logs.
These trucks are A excellent condition.
SEE BILL KENDALL
11946 INTE R NATION AL
TIONAL pickup; 1
l pickup; 1 single axle
For Information Phone
1B48 international pi
oillne trailer. For
432. 129 2nd Ave. South.
FOR SALE WB28 White truck and
trailer with job, reasonable terms.
See Don Witcher, Rt. 1, Box 149-A
evenings or Phone 420-R-l.
FOR SALE 1937 Ford sedan delivery
V-8. Ace Electric, 316 E. 2nd Ave N.
1948 TON PICKUP 4-wheel drive.
12,000 miles. Howard Mickelsen, Route
box 31, suineriin.
AXLE SHAFTS, for all makes of trucks.
Ray's Truck Shop, 2055 N. Stephens.
Phone 4 99-J -4.
WANT PEELED Douglas Fir poles and
piling delivered to our yard at Green
14 ml. South of Roseburgi. Contact us
for price and sizes before cutting.
Puget Timber Co.. P.O. Box 46, Rose-
purg. rnone l&ta.
PORTABLE BELLSAW sawmill, new,
still crated, includes planer. W. H.
Damewood, Silver Nook Grill
FOR SALE Disston falling saw. cheap.
Charley Chesrown, 746 Short St, Rose-
FOR SALE Sawmill or any part.
G.M.C. dlese) edger and other units.
Roy Denny, 835 ' Winchester.
WANTED TO BUY Stumpage for car
siaK.es. r. v. box 414.
Grade A 8" grooved
$145.00 per M.
PHONE 530-R-4 or see at Vernon Crane
residence. Garden Valley Road.
Cement $1.36 per sack
wi 10s. rouea roouns ,, , j. o per roil
45 lbs. rolled rooting 2 35 per roll
Grade 1 shingles B 50 sq.
Also Sherwtn Williams paints at adver
Your Hardware Store
I J-334mi-9487. Crarklng up. Fl
come back. 0-417491.
SPENCER CORSETIERE Mrs. tnta
ourrn rnom .cm
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS. P O. Box
inn or rnone ivn-l or sow-j
Hay, Grain, Feed
FOR SALE Alfalfa and nat mWH h.
baled. Will deliver. Gordon Hughes.
I WILL NOT h mponalbl, for n
debu other than my own. Ida r. Kle.
Town... Want Ads
1948 Packard super convertible. All
extras, uniy u.uw mnn. nrw
car guarantee, yet priced $1200
under new price.
1941 Olds sdnette. Hydramatlc,
. Ac n. excellent (.unuiuwii .
1942 Plymouih sdn. new paint.
reconaiuonea motor, n
1939 Oldsmoblle 2-door sedan, R.
& reaucea price
1946 Dodge sedan. New paint and
clean car. REDUCED PRICE...
tiros i nil is an ciDciiaiur
1937 Ford 2-dr. sdn.
1937 Ford coupe . .
1935 Chrysler, air flow S passen
ger coupe, inn in tm ex
ceptional for only .
1935 Ford 3 dr. sdn.
1936 Chev. 4 door sdn. .
1930 Model A Ford 2-dr. idn.
BANK TERMS OPEN EVENINGS
BARCUS SALES &
Your Packard Dealer
Hwy. 99 N. at Garden Valley Road J '
Vern Keel says:
"USED CAR prices have dropped, wo
nave aroppea ours too, your gam our
loss. Come and get yours today. Good
stock to pick from."
Keel Used Car Lot
229 S. Stephens St. next to Rose Hotel
Save On Used Cars
'47 Mercury 4-door $1593
'47 Frazier. R. & H., overdrive 1593
'46 Ford 4-door, H. & H 1250
'49 JeeD DickuD - 1505
'42 Olds 4-door 995
'42 Studebaker Commander 995
'42 Plymouth 4-door, 48 motor . 975
'41 Oldsmobile coupe . . 750
'41 Nash 4-door 750
'40 Wlllvs couoe 205
'38 Chevrolet 375
37 Chevrolet 2-door 275
'46 Jeep .. . .......... 7RO
'47 Jeep 995
'48 Jeep 1195
1600 N. Stephen,
MY EQUITY FOR SALI
Late '48 Chevrolet
All extras, low mileage
1200 Corey Ave, or 188-J after 6:30
Oak and Rose
FINE USED CARS
Reasonablv nrlced. R M A C. ttm
Chevrolet Buick Pontiac Cadlllao
FOR SALE 1939 Ford V-8 deluxe sedan.
uiuiur overnauiea; original nnisn:
good clean upholstery: hand operated
booster brake; seal beam 11 ten; life
guard tubes, good tires. Price $685.00.
Phone 1114.L or see at 1259 West First
1947 Oldsmobile 98
CLUB SEDAN A-l condition and ruS
er. iHa.ierms. Phone 441-J-4.
1940 CHEVROLET Master deluxe coupe
as is $345.
Inquire 306 Douglas Co. State Bank
Bldg. or Phone 4t6.
1937 OLDSMOBILE 4 door Sedan tt94S
motor) $250 cash. Contact Al Williams.
'32 FORD WITH '46 MOTOR and '34
rear end and transmission. Good
shape, good upholstery. $195. Ph.
EQUITY In 1942 Buick sedanette with
iaia motor and extras, for cash or
older car that's clear. Phone Myrtle
Creek. 1212. .
MORE MONEY for your car. Cash on
the spot Cork rum Motors, Inc. Oe
Soto, Plymouth. Phone 408. 114 N.
1939 LA SALLE Good condition, good
rubber, radio, heater and seat covers.
R. Cary. 2ml . E. of D ixonville.
29 STUDEBAKER for sale Good tires
and battery, seal beam lights $60.
lS30'fr Cedar St. Phone 11 00-L.
1038 CHEV. Good clean 2-door sedan.
$365. See Joe Freeman, Douglas Hotel,
1938 FORD. CLEAN, good tires, air
plane shocks. 1436 Cedar. Riverside
1933 BUICK SEDAN, good motor and
tires. $125. 726 Rldgeview SL
MUST SELL '38 Ford Tudor Clean car
and runs good. Ph. 1131-Y.
WILL SELL OR TRADE$500 equity in
, '46 H udson. 316 W. Douglas. t
FOR SALE 1935 Ford tudor, $150.
FIREPLACE, s'rwe and furnace, freen
or dry. PeeAr core. mill, and hard
woods. Special lengths. Prompt deliv
ery. Claude Wllley, Rt. 1, Box 43, Ph.
GET YOUR ORDERS in now for season
ed Oak and Laurelwood. Price for
3 tier truck load, $18.50. Special price
on 20 cords or more. 2 fL fireplace
and furnace wood and lfl" for stove.
Phone 492 -J.
16" MILL WOOD
BEAUTIFUL GREAT DANE puppies,
international champion sire. From
one of America's favorite blood lines.
For show, companion and guard.
Truly a dog of rare beauty-and in
telligence Write HolMs Sumpter. Rt
1. Box 275-B, Roseburg. Phone 1586-R-5
FOR SALE Irish setter thoroughbred
pups, $50, 40 Day fireman at Firmed
Pocl.yrJUCreek. A. Bell;
Jacob's Kennel's Ph. 73-6-J
G R AH 0 1: OC K F R E N N E CAT?
or 452-Y Reg and ped. puppieall
colors. Stud service.