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14 The Nswi-Rtview, Roseburg, 0rt.Frl., Aug. 12, 1949
Red Cross Units Discuss Ways Of
Meeting Requests From Yeterans
Wayi ol meeting the requests
made by the rehabilitation and
recreation divisions of the Rose
burg Veterans hospital and the
Camp White Domiciliary center
at Jledford, were discussed at a
meeting Wednesday of the Red
Cross Hospital council.
The group Is made up of 40
volunteer Red Cross workers
from nine Oregon counties, who
gathered In the music room of
the Roseburg Veterans hospital.
Each Red Crosa chapter rep
resented will undertake to pro
vide funds, services, or materials
to meet the various needs of the
patients, as set forth by the hos
pital representatives, said Miss
Alaryanna Peterson, Red Cross
field director at the local hospital.
These needs are many and
varied, ranging from party fav
ors, cigarets, and supplementary
articles of clothing, to drapes for
the domiciliary center day room.
Masting Announced The West
Melrose club will meet August 18
In the afternoon at the home ol
Mrs. Jennings Gravening.
Go to Portland Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Hutchlngs of Roesburg are
In Portland visiting their .v.o
daughter! and their respective
Back From Vacation Mr. and
Mrs. H. G. Thompson have re
lumed from a vacation trip and
at present are living at Looki.ig
class. They formerly resided at
Kansas Plcnlo Sunday The an
nual Kansas picnic will be held
Sunday at 1 o'clock olcnlc din
ner at Umpqua park. All former
Kansana and friends are invited.
Club to Meat The Navy Moth
ers club will meet Monday night,
August 15, at 8 o'clock at the
First Baptist church. Members
and those eligible to membership
Rosa Clan to Picnic The an
nual reunion and picnic of the
Commodore Rose clan will ue
held at a noon picnic dinner Sun
day at the Roberts Creek school
grounds. All relatives and friends
Attend Meeting Mr. and Mrs.
E. A. Pearson of Roseburg spent
Thursday at Suttle lake, where
the former attended a meeting of
distributors and officials of the
General Petroleum company. Mr.
Pearson Is distributor for the
Visitors Leave Mr. and Mrs.
Valdo Kcllngg and daughter,
Judy, left Wednesday for their
home In Hopkins, Mo., via Reno,
Nov., following two weeks vaca
tioning at Vancouver and Mc
Minnvlllo and a slay in Roseburg
as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wood
row Elifrlts. Mr, and Mrs. Eli
frits took Mr. and Mrs. Kellogg
and Judy on a trip Tuesday to
Sued As Result Of
Charging negligence, the plaint
iffs John Hardlman and Eileen
Hardiman, husband and wife,
have filed suit against the Cali
fornia Pacific Utilities company
for $3616.27 as a result of a gas
explosion in their home June 28,
Alleged negligent acta on the
part of the defendant's employes
were listed in the complaint as
attempting to repair the gas hot
water heat without disconnecting
the gas line, striking a match
in the basement which was filled
with gas because of a leak, and
failing to allow the gas to es
cape from the basement.
The plaintiffs claim their fur
niture and property was destroy
ed or damaged to the extent of
$1693.95. in addition to $244.46
they spent in moving and storing
belongings they were able to sal
vage from the explosion. The
sum of $614 was given as the
amount spent above average liv
ing costs from June 2 8to Sept.
10, 1948, by having to live at
holers and eat all meals at res
taurants. Other expenses totaled $1063.86.
In addition to the above
amounts, the plaintiffs are seek
ing cost of litigation and other
Help IS Mil" of Kidney Tube
Flush Out Poisonous Wasto
Wsn dlaordar of kMlwy fanftinn iwrmlte
MtaonoiM nwtwr to rrmajn in your blood.
It majr okum Muraintr KvluirKr, rh.um.tia
pslna, Wg palBO, Iom of Dpp ami inrrvy. pt.
tins ap nithu, wrllint. puffin? un.i.r th.
eyre, BMiirh and dtixiiw-M. Krciurnt or
entity pMMSTC with .marline and burning
eomvtlmoi show thar. ii aomtUunf wrong
with your kldnvr or bladder.
!on't wait I Aall your drumrlrt for Ttoan'a
Ptlla. aUmulant dlurrUe, urd niromliilly
bf million! for ovrr SO rears. Doan't air
happy rrllrf and wilt help tha IS mllrt of
kidney tubs fluaft out poitonoua waaufroai
sw blood. Gat Dose's Mia.
112 N. Stephens
Courses designed to help you. Class
hours arranged for your convenience.
The demand for such articles is
endless and provides an outlet
for the expenditure of funds and
services by Red Cross and many
other community and service or
ganizations. Red Cross chapters represented
at the meeting were, Douglas
county, Coos, Jackson, Josephine,
Klamath, Lane, Linn, Polk and
Benton. Curry county Ore., and
Siskiyou county, Calif., are also
members of the group, but were
uname to oe present.
The delegates are Red Cross
volunteers who travel long dis
tances at their own expense and
devote many hours of their time
in an enort to mpet tne commu
ne need for service.
Those present from Douglas
county were Mrs. Edward R. Tit
comb, volunteer service chairman
for Douglas county and treasurer
of the nospitai group, ana uoug
las R. Simms, executive secretary
of the local chapter.
Visit at Coast Mr. and Mrs.
Cecil Farman have returned to
their home in Roseburg, follow
ing a few days at the coast visit
ing the latter's brother-in-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Circle to Hold Plcnlo Lilac
circle, No. 49, Neighbors of
Woodcraft members will enter
tain their families Monday night
at a 6:30 o'clock pot luck picnic
dinner in the garden at the home
of Mrs. Alfred Ncal on Flcscr
Meeting Changed The Junior
division of the First Christian
church will meet at 8 o'clock
Tuesday night at the home of
Mrs. Elsie Coffell. first house on
left oast the fairgrounds, instead
of at the home of Mrs. J. O. Fcld
kamp, as previously announced.
Plcnlo Sunday Members of
the Ladies Auxiliary to the Broth
erhood of Railway Trainmen will
entertain their families at a 4 o'
clock picnic dinner Sunday at
Umpqua park. Chicken and ice
cream will be furnished. Those
attending are asked to bring food
for the dinner and their own ta
iCdM jsmouiaiv oiuom oj qnio
stone members will entertain
their families at a 6:30 o'clock
polluck picnic supper Monday
night at Umpqua Park. Those at
tending are asked to bring two
covered dishes or salad, sand
wiches and table service. , Those
desiring transportation are asked
to meet at tne Metnodlsl cnurcn
at 6:15 p.m.
Enjoy Festival Among those
attending the opening perform,
ance of the Oregon Shakespear
ean festival at Ashland were Mrs.
Harry Winston of V'lnston and
Mrs. Margaret Adair of Roseburg.
Those attending sit tinder the
stars In the outdoor Elizabethan
theater to watch the productions
of the five-play repertory, which
will continue through August 24.
Social Security Agent
Dates Roseburg Visit
Paul F. Johnson, manager of
the Social Security administra
tion office at Eugene, will be at
the Oregon Stale Employment
Service office in Roseburg on
Tuesday, August 16, from 8:30
a.m. to noon, he announced to
day. He suggested that wage
earners covered by the social
security law confer with him,
here or at Eugene, upon reach
ing the age of 65.
"A good many workers lose
social security benefits through
not knowing their rights under
the lav ," Johnson said. "Some do
not know they can receive bene
fits while temporarily unemploy
ed, or if they change to a Job lhat
Isn't covered by social security.
Others postpone applying for
benefits because of a mistaken
belief It might affect their unem
To State-Wide Picnic
All Douglas county democrats
have been urged to attend the
stnte-wltie Democratic picnic, to
he held at Portland's Oak nark
Aug. 14, according to Mis. Chris
tine Micelll, democratic chairman
for Douglas county.
Featured on the program will
be Secretary of Navy Francis
Matthews, who will be the main
speaker for the dav. lie w ill speak
on '.he controversial C. V. A. ques
tion. Gates to Oak park will open
at 10 a.m. and free coffee and
Ice cream will he furnished, ac
cording to Mrs. Micelll.
GOOD USED CARS
From 1910 to 1948 Models
Give u$ your order, we'll get
what vou want
WE TRADE FOR
(that's how we got the 1910
Highway 99 at Garden Valley
Acts In 2 Cases;
New Suits Filed
Circuit Court Judge Carl E.
Wimberly yesterday issued a de
cree of judgment by default when
the defendant failed to appear in
court in the case of Arthur Lee
Allan th- Pat Hn Hnlno- hn.i-
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ness as Pabco Lumber company.
Judge Wimberly ordered that the
money due tne piaintlll De grant
ed from the sale of logs felled by
the plaintiff for the defendant.
By agreement of both parti -s,
Judge Wimberly dismissed ne
case of M. W. Walters vs. Edward
G. Shoulder and D. E. deArmond.
doing business as Fortune Branch
Lumber company. The case wis
dismissed with prejudice and
without costs to either party.
The following money suits were
filed yesterday In circuit court:
Industrial Steel and Supply
company vs. Ken Bailey, doing
business as Universal Timber
company. Plaintiff demands
judgment for $606.04 and inter
est on an account alleged due.
Orlo Bfiglcy and' Norman Rich
ards, doing business as Eaugh
erty Piling company vs. F'rank
Bateman. Plaintiffs demand judg
ment for $2396.34 on an open ac
count alleged due, plus interest
Barber Shop Type
Singers (?) Plan
Plans are underway to organize
Roseburg's first chapter of the
Society for the Preservation and
Encouragement of Barber Shop
Quartet Singing in America. A
special charter-granting ceremony
Has been scneduiea lor Aug.
according to an announcement
from Cliff Kinch, president of the
Permanent officers for the
local chapter were elected at the
last regular meeting Monday
night. The Roseburg group will
be headed by Kinch as president,
Dick Meek, vice-president; Jack
Gorthy, secretary; Shirley Mc
Laughlin, treasurer; Ernie Lentz,
Jim Daugherly and Lawrence,
Hand, trustees; mil Klncn, dele
gate; and Ernie Lentz, alternate
Kinch Issued a special invita
tion to all men interested In this
type of singing to contact some
member of the S. P. E. B. S.
Q. S. A. He said the local chap
ter is badly in need of more voices
and that men who make arrange
ments to join the organization
before Aug. 29 will be taken in as
charter members in the special
ceremony planned by the local
chapter and delegates from Eu
gene, Klamath frails, Medford,
Portland and Salem.
S. P. E. B. S. Q. S. A. mec.s
every Monday at 8 p.m. In Jim
uaugncny a ottice In the U. K.
National hank building, across
the street from the News-Review,
Conyonville Firemen Ask
Club Room Equipment
John Bingham Jr., fire chief
for the Canyonville fire depart
ment, has announced the club
room located In the fire station
is nearly complete. The work has
all been donated and the room is
now ready to be painted. It is ex
pected the painting will be done
by the local firemen.
Some furnishings have been do.
nated already. However, still
needed are some chairs, lamps
and tables. If anyone has any he
would like to donate, the firemen
will be glad to get them. They
meet every Thursday night for a
business meeting and a practice
Births at Mercy Hospital
FOSTER To Mr. and Mrs. Rob
ert L. Foster, Sutherlin, August
10, a son, Robert Lowell; weight
five pounds nine ounces.
WOODRUFF-To Mr. and Mrs.
Vernon O. Woodruff, Myrtle
Creek, August 11. a daughter,
Carol Ann; weight eight pounds
Divorce Suit Filed
CARTKR Phyllis vs. Merle
Caller. Married In Eugene April
15, 11M6. Cruel and Inhuman treat
ment charged. Plaintiff asks that
her maiden name of Phyllis Hun
ter be restored.
EDITOR ON CRUISE
Hal W. Schlltz, publisher of the
Myrtle Creek Mail. Is on a sum
mer cruise with the United States
navy reserve. Schiltz Is a reserve
officer holding the rank of lieu
tenant. He sailed from Seattle on the
USS John W. Tomason. DD760,
for Pearl harbor. The cruise will
last for two weeks.
MORALS CHARGE FACED
Sheriff O. T. Carter announced
today the arrest of James Charles
Swift, 54, Tiller, on a charge of
Swlit was arraigned In Justice
court Thursday and bail was set
at $1,000 by Justice of the Peace
A. J. Odiies. A preliminary hear
ing will be held at a later date.
A Judgment by default was Is
sued by Circuit Jui.Tr Carl E.
Wimberly yesterday in the case
State Industrial Accident com
mission vs. Halhert J. Kress
The default Judgment was is
sued when the defendant failed
to appear in court. The court or
riered that the plaintiff recover
268.45 from the defendant, plus
Interest on J192.S6 and costs.
AN AMAZING OFFER
The makers of Dr. Perker't
Corn Remover will give you
double your money back if it
fails to remove vcur corn or
callous. Only 35c at Chap
man's Drug Store.
TESTIFIES Paul Crindl. New
England manufacturer, tails
Senete investigating committee
(Aug, 81 how he sought gov
ernment contracts. He said he
had help of James V. Hunt, self
styled business counseler. Grin-
die told the committee Hunt
professed Influence at the
White House. He was the sec
ond witness in full dress probe
ef so-celled "five-percenters."
At Country Club
Qualifying rounds have been
completed at the Roseburg Coun
try club for the annual club
championship tournament with a
total of 30 golfers being entered.
Joe Perrault was medalist over
the 18-hole route, turning in a
two over par 74.
Pairings are announcer as fol
lows: Championship flight Joe Per
rault vs. Bob Harris. Charles
Kash vs. John Wood, Bill Courier
vs. R. D. Bridges, Ward Cum
mings Jr. bye, E. A. Pearson vs.
Kenneth Quine, Ward Cummings
Sr. bye, Maurice Hallmark vs.
Clem Howard, and Walter
Brydgee vs. Walter Fisher.
Second flight Roger Gee vs.
Faye Osterhout, L. V. Pearson
vs. E. R. Harvey, Carl Beach vs.
P. A. Riley, and Bruce Hetrick vs.
L. E. McClintock.
Fourth flight Tom Pargeter
vs. Harrison Winston, Gene
Krewson vs. Bard Kesner, Ed
ward Murphy vs. Earl Neuru,
and Stanley Short vs. Sid Leiken.
All of the above matches are
to be completed by Friday eve
ning, Aug. 19. A two-ball four
some with mixed partners for
both men and women is sched
uled for Sunday, Aug. 14, at 3:30
Strang Malady Hits
Residents Of Salt Lake
SALT LAKE CITY, Aug. 12-(7W-A
strange summer malady has
stricken thousands of Salt Lakers
with fever, nausea, diarrhea and
abdominal pains in the past few
A survey of doctors revealed
that the complaint has affected
a large percentage of the city's
population and swamped physi
cians and druggists with calls
from persons seeking relief or
Many people have been refer
ring to the disease as caused by
"virus X," doctors reported, add
ing that there has been no def
inite identification of the cause as
Used House Trailers To Be
Sold; Preference To Vets
PORTLAND, Aug. 12.-4.P
The Portland housing authority
will put 392 used house trailers
on sale here Aug. 29.
The trailers, used as emergen
cy housing for Vanport flood vic
tims, will sell from $75 to $250.
Harry D. Freeman, housing auth
ority executive director, said.
World War II veterans will get
first choice. Those left will be
sold to the public Aug. 30.
GRASS FIRE; NO DAMAGE
City firemen were called out
on two grass fires Wednesday,
with no damage caused by either
blaze, according to Fire Chief
A citv truck was dispatched to
1118 Military ave. at 12:15 p.m.
and the rural truck was sent to
the other blaze on Lookinggtass
road at 2:10 p.m.
NOTICE Or BIDS FOR CONSTRUC
TION SCHOOL DISTRICT NO I9C
Myrtle Creek' DOUGLAS COUNTY,
SEALED proposals will he? received by
School Ditrict No. Itt-C, a lea known at
No 19, Douglas Cmintv Oregon, at the
office of the School Superintendent tn
Mrlle Creek. Oregon, i p to o clock
P M . Saturday the? Tfth day of Aug
ust, I'M, for tha performance and con
struction of the following protect, all
to be performed u pon t he property of
the district in Myrtle Crek, Oregon:
PROJECT A Move and reinstate
PROJECT R: Construct approxi
mately 330 ll n ea 1 feet concrete
u1ew alk and step.
PROJECT C Surface approximately
73 ft. 141 ft plan around area
wtlh asphaltlr concrete.
PROJECT D Conatrurt SO ft M
ft. addition to preae-it gymnasium.
All of aald work to .e tn arcordsneo
wtlh plans and pecificationa therefor.
1 he plana and specifications for Proj
ects A. R and C. may obtained from
the undereigned clerk at the office of
the School Superintendent In Myrtl
Creek. Oregon. Plana and speclflca
tlona for Project D may be obtained
from tha off tee of C N. Freeman Jk
S dnev B Hav)ip. P.wial Building.
Portland. 4, Oregon, areni recta.
AM bid muit ha transmitted upon
blank forms which will be furnished
upon application to n undersigned,
and must be accompanied Sv a certified
check pax able to the dttrtct In the
amount of S't of the bid. to bo for
feited to the district n the event the
bid Is accepted and tha bidder shall
fail to enter Into a contract with the
accompanying bond tn accordanc with
tha terms of tha bid. re; form ance bond
tn the amount of the contract price
aatlflfactory to tha dnr-t wi.u be i
ouired from the contractor. The ttme
listed tn the proroati for completing
the work will be considered la awarding
Tha school district nasi ea the right
ml ! north of Roseburg, 4 mllea south
At 1 00 . m. w will Mil:
ONE EXCEPTIONALLY fin milk cow,
tuet freah a couple) of weeks. Also
ulls, cows with calve at side, heif
era, veal, always baby calves.
Fat hogs, weaner pica, . shoata.
Always a food hor at this auction.
Bring In your owes, we have several
inquiries. Wa also sell fat and feeder
Furniture At 7:30 P.M.
At our furniture aala In the evening.
always good car. all kinds of fur
niture and miscellaneous.
One McCormack Deering electric sepa
rator like new. A lot of new woven
wire. Bring your consignment as you
come to tha sale. Bring livestock
Sunday or any time.
Schricker & Sons,
E. TELKAMP KINGMAN
Registered American Saddle Bred hors-
aa. 4 brood mares, i tVyear-oia geia
Ing, 3 three- ear-old colts, 3 two-year-old
colt. 1 yearling colt, 1 five-year-old
stallion. Frank J. Glbbs, P O.
box 372, Phone 4-4748, Eugene. Ore.
Bring Your Livestock
WHERE they bring In the most money
Sale every Friday.
Livestock 12 o'clock. Furniture T p. nv
STRAYED Black-white cow. long horns.
may be witn can, from my place near
Idleyld. Reward for information or
recovery. A. M. Selby. Glide. Oregon.
REGISTERED CORRIEDALE BUCK. 3
years old. G. A. Brown, lanyonvme
Phone 19.1 or Mrs. A. W. Baum, Ph.
FOR SALE Extra large Duroc weaner
alga. Six miles soutn on Roberta
ountaln road. Roger White, Route
1, Box 28.1, Roseburg
IN THE MARKET for fat and feeder
lam ha, fat and feeder yearlings, old
wether and old liver. Isidoro Inda
Phone 40-F-13 Oakland.
FOR SALE Two nice fat '8 month bulls.
approximately 400 lbs; for beef (r
breeding. Julius Maaer. Riddle, Ore.
FOR SALE Regiitered yearling Rnm-
ney rams, rnone ia-t -Zo. virgu Bmitn,
JERSEY COW for MleTeVhen August
25th. Neal C. Brown, Route 1. Camas
TWO YEARLING Hereford registered
bulls. See anytime. G. E. Clayton.
Myrtle Creek. 3 miles N. 99
BREEDING EWES for sale or trade for
feeder lambs. Age from 1 to 3 years
Isidoro Inda. Phone 40-F-15. Oakland.
Wanted fat and feeder iambs
and yearlings. W A. Blackert, Myrtle
Creek. Phone 282.
For SALE 30 head of good ewes with
23 lambs. You pick era. Wool on.
f FEEDER PIGS at""marketprlce for
ale V. K. Holcomb Kellogg.
Y M'NG MARE, Saddle and bridle. 9S.
Walt Carter, Umpqua Park.
FOR SALE- Good milk ?ow. SISO. Cod)
Bur Rest, Melrou Route Box 214-B
WANTED All kinds of livestock. H- M
Cox. Call 900-J-4.
Hamps, Reds, Crosses. Every week tn
the year. Best of breeding. Pullorum
Hatching Eggs Wanted
Year around market
City agent. Douglas Co. Flotur Mill
Looklngglasa Rt Phone lg-f-3
GOOD ROASTED STEWED SOt'P
FILL YOL'R LOCKERS now, 30c lb, live
weight Orders taken for dreaaed. R-
Cary, 3 mllea eaat of Dixonvllle:
FOR SALE 23 young t'road breasted
turkeys, ranging from to 3't months
In age. Price for all, S80 Also 33
White Leghorn pulleta, 4 months old.
SI 30 each. See Mrs. Frank Calms,
Rt 2, Box ail'y.
N H BREEDING COCKERELS. R- CarT
2 mllea E. of Dtxonvllle.
FOR SALE New pumice stone store,
lre 34x30 Living quarters In back.
Shelve and gondolas. It Is in very
good location 3 mllea south of Myrtle
Creek on Hlwsy M. See owner Frank
Grenskv next tn Melody Mountain
Barn. Phone 1(M rtleCreek:
MOTOR COttRf for sale. Call 1W-XX
F. H. A.
Acrnm from Post Office on Highway p
112 N Stephena Ph 1333-J
Machinery For Sale
VB WHITE rear end complete with
air Phone jei-R-4, 104 Sunset Lane
off Melroae Road.
Hay, Grain, Feed
FOR 5 A 1.1 Grey oats rood for seed or
feed. 90 per ton Ervln Rice on Hi way
miles N of Oakland.
to reject any and all rM.
By order of the Board of Directors
of School Diatrlct No. 1 C. Douglas
County. Oregon, dated and first pub-
Ushed August 11. iue
P B FROEHLICH.
Clerk, School Diatrict Ntx
1S-C. M rtle Creek. Oregon.
NOTICE TO CRKniTORt
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that letters
of Administratrix tn the Estate eg Chew
tec Alvtn Milter. 4ecesel, were taaued
!- me br Order of the County Clerk
of Douglas County on the 3th day
August. 11MS AH claims against aad
etate must be presented the Wm E
Walsh't I .aw Office. ml American
Building. Coos Ray, Ore r on, within six
months from date hereof. August 12.
LEVA ETHEL MUXES
Cheapest Workers in Town ..Want Ads
104f FORD TUDOR SDN.
Do yourself Justice, drive
home this beauty jar only S1T43 00
1S4S DODGE FOR DOR SDN
Run just 11,000 mllea. Fully
equipped, not a scratch
Ifrit FORD TUDOR SDN
Carefree driving Id this one
Immaculate . . 1285
147 FORD FOR DOR SDN.
One you'll be proud to
drive. Coma in and aaa It
1MT WILLYS STATION WAGON
10.000 miles. Equipped with
overdrive, heater and many
others. 1345 00
t4tf CHEV. TUDOR SDN.
Get rid of that old car now.
aee us about a trade today 1 163.00
IMS FORD TUDOR SDN.
Extra nice. 37.0J0 mllea.
Today's beat buy at 1050
1243 CHEV TUDOR SDN.
Mechanically sound. Not
loaded with extras, but
1041 PONTIAC FOR DOR SDN.
Paint and body extra nice.
Radio and heater. A me
chanical gem. SOS oo
1041 FORD TUDOR SDN
Why waste money on your
old car when you can drive
a beaut like this one home
for only 741
1041 FORD FOR DOR SDN.
Equipped with radio and
heater. Long trlpa will coat
leaa in this one. 4!
1041 FORD COUPE
New motor, clutch, battery,
a fine car any way you
look at it - TK
1041 NASH FOR DOR SDN
New paint and seat cover.
If its cheap transportation
you want look this one
From 9 To 3
Trucks And Pickups
1040 FORD TRUCK with U-Drlva
Bodv $240.1 00
1047 INTERNATIONAL Pickup 1093 00
1946 FORD Pickup 043 on
IMS G. M. C. C ha wis and cab. 703.00
1043 FORD Lumber truck Tag
and Roles lffft.1 00
1041 FORD Chassis and Cab. 443.00
You Pay Less For
Used Cars At
SAVE 00.000. IMS Re SIS log truck.
303 h. p engine; 194ft Peerless UgM
weight log trailer, both like new Re
sponsible party can handle with very
small down payment
1046 Chev. lumber truck. 194S
motor, Thornton dual drive,
new tires. Lumber rolls
with log bunki attached.
Ideal for lumber or short
log 31 V
International mg truck and trailer.
A steal at 1000
1047 Studebaker pickup, excel
1037 International truck and
semi-trailer good condition
good tires ... T05
1034 li T. Chev Hat bed. com
letely overhauled. A good
truck for 290
1047 Bulck super convertible.
a real bargain 1005
1041 Chrysler coupe, new paint
reconditioned motor 073
lflTT Nash LaFavette. coach , , 105
1030 Model A Ford sedan, good
motor. ,. T3
BARCUS SALES &
Your Packard Dialer
Hwy SS N at Garden Valley Ho.
Oak and Rose
FINE USED CARS
Reasonably priced. G M A C terms.
Chevrolet Buick Pontlae Cadillac
FOR SALE. 0740 equity on 1048 Chev
4 door sedan. Total price, $1303 or
will trade for best car offered Inquire
Sunset Grocery. 3 mllea north o
Roseburg after M p. m. G ..
Black 1942 Mercury
FOR DOR SEDAN, eood eondition. eood
low preaaur tires, 1 3 inch wheels.
SH.10 Marvin Selby. tynard. Oregon
6RIC.INAl7OWNERmu;t seU Oldi-
moble club coupe, good clean car.
H dramatic drive. First reasonable oc-
fer accepted. Phone 43-R-3-FOR
SALE 4-door sedan 1040 krrcury.
overdrive, radio, heater, complete.
Snoo milee. Price $3230. Phone 714 er
3P4. Mvrtle Creek
Cleanest o chev. in town, white
sidewall tires, skirts. RAH See at the
Sunset Grocery, S milee N. of Roae
burg MORE MONEY" for your car. Cask a
the spot. Cock rum Motors, Inc Oe
Soto, Plyasouin. Pboave Ot, 114 N
rOR SALE OR-TRADE 104S Triumph
speed twin. Cams I is L Phone 1300.
Ask for Jim or Red.
FOR SALS '30 Chev." coupe, runs good
03 or trade for panel or pickup. Call
S10-J -3 after 3
FORD DELUXE coupe, $300 caah.
1041 Tudor Chevrolet -- S305.OO
Hl-torque motor in tnia
car with low mileage Good
mechanically thru ouL Ra
dio and heater.
1040 Pont is c 0 passenger coupe $045.00
A oar gam ai mis price.
Radio and heater.
Don't Miss This Bargain
1041 Buick 4 Door Sedan. Radio and
heater. Looks and runs Ilka new. Ex
cellent rubber. A beautiful ear that
will solve your transportation prob
lem for a long umo.
More Choice Buys
1040 Studebaker Pickup 1 T.
1040 Studebaker Pickup la T
1042 Studebaker Champion Coupe
141 Buick Special
1041 Plymouth Coupe
Be sure to pick your rr from Keel'r
Studebaker Lot that efives a 3 dav
driving trial. You are taking no
chances when you ouy from:
Used Car Lot
Open evenings for your convenience
until 0:00 p. en-
Phone 120 and 1445-J
Next to Rose Hotel 220 S. Stephens
1047 DODGE CUSTOM iEDAN
Looks like new. Be sure
and see this.
1043 PLYMOUTH SEDAN
Wa have 2 of the cars.
Guaranteed to give you
many miles of satisfaction, $1205.00
1040 CHEVROLET COUPE
A nice clean car only 005.00
1046 CHEVROLET TUDOR
a popular moaei. (.lean as
can be. - 1193.00
103$ PLYMOUTH SEDAN
Look at this price.
103$ DeSOTO SEDAN
This car Is in excellent
condition. Paint, tires and
104$ DODGE 14 TON PICKUP
new ures, new paint- 1309.00
103$ FORD Itfc 'TON TRUCK
Here's a workhorse for
REMEMBER WE TRADE AND
YOU CAN BUY CASK OR TERMS
USED CAR LOT
North Stephens Street
DELIVERED In Roseburg. Nothing to
buy but the license.
Rose $1 Lane Stt. Phone 0$
HEAVY FIBER seat covers, sedans and
coaches. They were 15 $3, reduced
to 00 09 Coupes and front seat only,
were $0 4$, now S3 43
Montgomery Ward & Co.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Equity tn 104$
Ford 0 pickup, 4 speed transmission,
A-l eondiuor. throughoMt. Will take
good used elder model car in $.tno
class. D. W. Keaaey. P-teraon's Auto
motive. Ph. 332.
FOR SALE BY OWNER. TO Plymouth
Miairteaa coupe, new tnoror, rsasonsoia.
$31 E Dnuglair
f"RcMOBlLi ft&AM, M 1 Jark-
Bring Your Cash
1034 Ford Sedan
1020 Chev. Sedan
10:17 Studebaker Coupe
ivjv naan uraor
NO GUARANTEES, BUT THEY ALL RUN
, Willys Dealer
N. Stephens Phone 450-M
COME IN AND LOOK OVER our new
and used Harley Davidson Motorcycles
$200 and up Immediate delivery on
the 1040 Hydra Glide, 13 down. IS
months to pay. Harley Davidson 125
$f)3 down $3.50 weekly. Joe's Harley
Davidson. 3' miles So. Hwy. 00
1037 OLDS MOBILE 4 doo. Sedan (104$
motor 1 $230 cash. Contact AJ Williams,
ARMY TRUCK PARTS OR parts for
ANY MAKE TRUCK. Phone or write
If the parts you need are not in our
stock, wa wlU be glad o pick them
up for you.
A. B. Scarlett
475 W. 5th St. Eugene CMC. Dealer
FOR SALE OR TRADE 1040 , ton
pickup with stake body, four new
tires. Mechanically good. 1033 4 ton
pickup. Ford, three new Ures. fair
condition. Trade for hay or stock
D. E. Thorn peon, Melrose R. B. Box
FOR SALE '36 Diamond T ton pick
up. Good bodv and motor. 00 tires.
A real buy. $605. See at 043 Fullerton
St after 3 p. m., or during day at
NEW AND USED trucks Logging trucks,
gravel truck a, flatbeds and lumber
trucks. Wa have a ew or good used
, truck for your job. Call 1387-Y. Rose
burg. 1-1940 INTERNATIONAL pickup. 1
104$ International pickup; 1 single
axle piling trailer For information
Phone 432120 2nd Ave South
1040 1 TON FORD paneL Nearly new
motor, good condition. 0403. Inquire
at the Lyle Stewie Aaaociated Station.
EOR SALS- -ton 103$ International
truck, combination to.k rack Excel-
'entcondition; Ed Deal, 113 N. Flint.
AXLE SHAFTS for all makes oftruckC
Ray's Truck Shop. 2035 N Stephens.
Phone 4 PS -J -4
1037 CHEVROLETTVa ton f Is track. Calf
Wa NTE D Lumber "rolls for dual" axle
truck. Virgil Reetz, Camas Valley.
NEW TD- 14 International tractor. 300
hours, equipped wtlh xsaacaon drum
and hydraulic straight jlade, $10,500.
Willamette 11x13 conversion donkev,
powered with new 871-GM diesel. tor
que converter and torque master.
Sled, no lines. $6,000. Inquire Inter
late Tractor St Equipment Co.
SKAGIT LOADER powered with new
Mercury engine complete with good
sled and some lines Price $1,300
Inquire Heath Bras, at Hew Lumber
Company, S Myrtle Creek Road. Myr
tle Cref., Oregon
FOR SALE 20 Skagit yarder, complete
wnn riRging ana amau American aw
mlll. Will sell separately or together.
Melton $t Lauranre. R.F.D. 1. Box 200,
Roeburg, Ore. Phone 14-F-42.
D4 CAT serial number 7-J-4172 with
Hyster drum and La Plant Choat. hy
draulic dozer See at Tvee Lumber Co ,
Sutherlin. Ore., or phone 1202 Suther
lin MALL MODEL 7 chain saw. 4 chslns
z Dsrs. 1st nouse on left entering
Myrtle Creek from north. Bud Scar-
FOR SALE Dt 18 International tractor.
A-l condition BX 200 Skagit yarder,
A-l condition KS International dump
truck. Ph 318-J-S evenings.
FOR SALE Cheap. T. D. 0 Interna-
uonai cat witn Diade and drum. Wal
ter Nehring. Rt. 1. Box 40-A.
0x8 STUDEBAKER DUMP truck. 1048
waixer log trailer. J tea a month a.
Box 15$, Drain.
3-1 n -One thick But Shingles, wt
310 lbs., per sq . $6 03
Dutch Lap Individual Shingles.
wt. 133 lbs., per sq. . . 4.0S
Hexsgon Shingles, wt 163 lbs,,
Pr sq. 5 70
Staggered Edge, wt 105 lbs., per
30 lb. Asphalt Saturated Felt. wt
$3 lbs., per sq s.$n
33 lb. Roll Roofing, wt 33 lbs.,
per roll $.00
00 lb Mineral Surfaced Roll, wt.
su ids., per roil ... y 40
FREE estimates on Installation of any
type oi rooi.
DENN WHOLESALE CO.
NORTH CMPqUA ROAD
1 Mil. from root of Jackson St
YOUR CREDIT'S O. K. WITH US
To build, remodel, repair;
nothing down, easy terms.
CaU Mr. Holsapple. Roseburg $37-Y
FOR SALE All sizes, second hand pipe
I FT. OLIVER combine. Oliver 70 trac
tor on rubber and ateel. one 2-bottom
14" plow. 7 Ft powr mower. 7 Ft
Tandem disc. 3 sections flex narrow,
1 heavy tractor trailer. Cash or trade
for late model car. Call 502 Yoncalla.
FOR SALE Bearcat garden tractor.
Kiow, cultivator, narrow. Parker a
epair Shop. Hiway 42.
JOHN DEERE 12-A combine for sale
Runs fine, less than price. Earl
Rionerod. Mvnle Creek Pirne 1.
WOOD Fireplace and furnace. Old
growth fir block -peeler core, small
round core mill enda, planing ends,
oak and Laurel. Special price on plan
er ends for short time. See this
wood 1 mile East on Douglas St Rt
1. Box 43 Prompt delivery. Claude
Wllley. Phone 13-J-3or 143-J-3
STOVETTeNGYH dry oak and laurel
wood for sale. J. Spain, ox 104. Mel
roeRt. fOR SALE Slab wood, sawdust, planer
end. Phone 307, Johnson Fuel Co
WOOL CARDING. Recanting. Blankets.
Mattress pads made to order. Wash
ington Woolen Mills. 10S24-17th Ave.
S W . Seattle. Waah.
ANYONE WISHING .ransportatioa t
Colorado or Nebraska, contact Bill
Struck man at Nielsen 1 Market
fon INVALIDS- sndeTdrly folks. 24
hour nursing care. 210 W. 4th Street.
Phrttte i?o R
TILLER SCHOOL Diet No. 114 will re
ceive bids until August 10th, 1040 for
a three year contract for a 39 pass
enger school bus run from Lawamsn'e
mill to Tiller. The board reaervee
the right to refect anr or all as da.
Rem ice Matthews. Ork
r WlUTTiot be reapenstble for btlVs
contracted by enyone other than any
sell L. H. OUngriouse,