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10 Thai Ntwi-Rtvitw, Roseburg, Ort. -Thurt., Sept 8, 1949
Grange to Mt Evergreen
Grange will hold Its quarterly
birthday party at 8 o'clock Fn
day night at the hall.
Spend Day in Eugena Mrs.
Maurice L. Hallmark and Mil.
Alfred C. Anderson of Roseburg
lelt this morning lor Eugene to
spend the day.
Back From Olympla Mrs.
Frank Bistak has returned to her
home in Roseburg. following a
trip to Olympia, Wash., to visit
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Back From Coast Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Preston have returned
to their home on South Stephens
street, following a few days at
Vacation on Coast Mr. and
Mrs. C. S. Collins and children
have returned to their home in
Laurel wood after spending the
weekend vacationing near Wald
port. Back From Coast Mr. and
Mrs. J. Jarvls Robertson and
ion, Jimmy, and Claude Patter
son have returned to their homes
in Roseburg. following a trip to
Tenmile lake and coast points.
Leave For Home Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Davidson have left
for their home in El Monte,
r-ailf.. following a visit of a wk
at Winchester with the former's
brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. J. D. Davidson.
Leaves For College Miss
Georgene Shanklin left Wednes
day for Eugene to begin her Jun
ior year In the school of music at
University of Oregon. She is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul it.
Shanklin Sr., of Roseburg.
Rummage Sale Roseburg
chapter, American Gold Star
Mothers Inc., will sponsor a rum
mage sale from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
in the Episcopal parish hall Sat
urday. Donations will be picked
up by calling StoS-L, or S54-J.
Visit Few Days Mr. and Mrs.
H. A. Clover and son, Alfred,
have left for their home in Tracy,
Calif., following a vacation in Or
egon and a few days In Rose
burg visiting Mrs. Clovers sis
ter, Mrs. W. H. Scofield, and fam
ily, at 853 W. Mosher street.
Will Attend Convention Mr.
and Mrs. Arlo Jacklin of Rose
burg and Mrs. Al Miller of Green
wich, Conn., are leaving Friday
for Coronado, Calif., to Join. Mr.
Miller and attend the national
magazine wholesalers conven
tion. During the Jncklin's ab
sence, Mrs. Perry Brubraker and
son, Norman, of Klrkland, Wash.,
are staying In their home.
Vacationing Mr. and Mrs. W.
P. Hagestad and daughter, Kar
en Sue, of Portland have left for
the coast enroute to Seattle for
their vacation, following a visit
in Roseburg with Mrs. Hagc
stad's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
B. Cacy, on East Oak street, with
whom they left their 10-months-old
son, Paul. While here, they
also visited Mrs. Ilagestad's
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Cacy, and family.
They will return to Eugene Sun
day, where Mr. and Mrs. A. U.
Cacy and Paul will meet them
and spend the day visiting Mr.
Cacy'i brother-in-law and sister,
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Brltton, for
mer Roseburg residents. The
Hagestads and Karen and Paul,
will then return to their home In
Portland. Mrs. Hagestad is the
former Dolores Cacy of this city.
Of Gas and Bloat
Medicine Stops Years
Former Ptnkerton Detective uvi he
to certainly glnrt that lv found out
about KAU-O-DEX. Homer Scott.
22W Lima Ave.. Long. Bench, uvr
Thanks tn your medclne tha aw (ill
gnawing and burning sensation In the
so long la
so after meals I d hava to let out my
belt a coup la of notch, and 1 frit
groggy neurit all the time. Sleep was
next to Impossible, teems like I would
just twist and turn all night. All of
these distresses were caused. I am
sure, from sluggish bowels, and since
KAL-O-OrX has relieved that condi
tion 1 am regular and feet better than
I have in years. 1 told a friend about
Kal-O-DeK and h la getting result,
KAL-O 6EX Is an Herbal Formula
Containing medicinal Juices from 5
Great Herbs: the herbs cleanse bow
als, clear gas from alomarh. act on
sluggish Intestines and ktrinevs. Mis
erable people soon feel different all
over. So don't go on suffering Get
jAWJ-urx at all Drug Stores. M
SO CALlta HORN Of THE
RWNOCtROS 13 NOT MOON BUT'
I A MASS OF MOOtFlEO HSlUIUAfj
IS ATfACHCO fO OMIV rt.L SKIM,'
. -AN0. NQT TO THE SKULL. 1
Reception The Winchester
teachers will be honored at a re
ception at the clubhouse at 8:30
o'clock Friday night. Members
of the school board and their
wives will also be honored. Ev
eryone in the community is In
vited. Two-Day Rummage Sale The
Roseburg Woman's club will hold
a two-day rummage sale begin
ning at 1 p.m. Friday and con
tinuing all day Saturday at the
Methodist church basement.
Those having donations to be
nicked up are asked to call Mis.
W. H. Carter at 749-J.
Leaves For University Alan
Davidson has lelt for Pacific uni
versity to Join the football squad
for pre season practice under Dr.
Paul Stone, Pacific university
athletic director. Davidson, who
Is beginning his second year at
the Forest Grove institution, Is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Davidson of Winchester.
Zulelma Club to Meet Instead
of the usual politick affair, Zu-
leima club. Daughters of the Nile
will meet at the home of the pres
ident, Mrs. O. W. Harrah, 401 3.
Pine street Friday night, at 7:J0
o clock to complete plans for the
ceremonial to be held Sept. 24.
Every committee chairman is es
pecially requested to be present.
Births at Mercy Hospital
GOBER To Mr. and Mrs. Ar
thur W. Gober, Winston, Sept.
6, a son, James Louis; weight
seven pounds five ounces.
VAN CLEAVE To Mr. and
Mrs. Earl M. Van Cleave, Wil
bur, Sept. 5, a son, Frank; weight
four pounds 12 ounces.
HALLTo Mr. and Mrs. Le
land V. Hall, 1538 Walnut, Rose
burg, Sept. 7, a son, Stephen
Ray; weight six pounds two
FORBES To Mr. and Mrs.
Burton E. Forbes, Lookingglass
route, Roseburg, Sept. 6, a son,
David Burton; weight eight
pounds live ounces.
HOLCOMB Mr. and Mrs. Eu
gene R. Holromb, Oakland, Sept.
7, a daughter, Rachel Ann;
weight six pounds three ounces.
SULLIVAN-To Mr. and Mrs.
Robert L. Sullivan, Box 43, Rose
burg, Sept. 5, a son, Michael Eric;
weight seven pounds 11 ounces.
HOOD To Mr. and Mrs. Rog
er Hood, Oakland, Sept. 3, a
son, James Alvln; weight eight
pounds two ounces.
WILLI lOIT-To Mr. and Mis.
Floyd I. Wlllholt, Lookingglass
route, Sept. 6, a daughter, Ida
Elizabeth; weight eight pounds
four and one-half ounces.
HANDY To Mr. and Mrs. Cur
tis E. Handy, Glide, Sept. 6, a
son, Gary Lee; weight five pounds
McCLANE To Mr. and Mr
George J. McClane, Canyonville,
September 7, a daughter, Rebec-
Katherlne; weight seven
pounds 11 ounces.
OeMolay Chapter Regu
lar meeting every sec
ond and fourth Thurs
day at the Masonic
0. E. 8., Roseburg Chapter No. S
Holds stated communications
on tho first and third Thurs
days of each month. All so
Journing brothers and sisters
are cordially Invited to attend.
ELLISON Worthv Matron.
CHRISTINA MICELL1, Sec.
B. P. O. Elks, No.
V 326 Meet in Elks
Ttimnln v r v
ing Brothers al
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when you est, talk or laugh. Just sprin
kle a llltle FASTEETH nn your plates.
This pleasant powder gives a remark
able sense of added comfort and secu
rity by holding plates more ftrmlv. No
gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling.
i anaiine rnon-acm. uet
TEETH at any drug store.
Of course you ore oware
that quality ond low prices
ore the virtues that have
gained and retained for the
PRE-MIX CONCRETE COM
PANY an enviable reputa
tion throughout Roseburg.
We guarantee to give abso
U. S. Navy To Purchast
720,000 Bars Of Silver
NEW YORK. Sept. SWPV-Th
U. S. Navy disclosed this week
that It planned to buy 720,000
ounces of bar silver for use at
the naval ordnance plant In For
est Park. 111. The purpose was
not revealed. Bids belore Sept.
27 were akod. with shipment to
bem acle before Dec. 15.
Whether the navy would buy
foreign-origin sliver rather than
new U. S.-mlned metal was not
disclosed. All American-origin sil
ver is currently being purchased
by the treasury at 90's cents an
Mystery Story Writer
Recovering From Sleep
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Sept.
8. (!) Craig Rice, writer of
mystery stories, Is recovering aft
er 20 hours of unconsciousness
In her hotel room. Her physician,
Dr. Vincent J. De Paulo, said he
hoped to question her later today
to learn what had induced her
The doctor said he suspected'
an overdose of sleeping tablets
but none was found in the room.
W. B. A., Roseburg Review, No.
11 Holds regular meetings on
second and fourth Thursdays
at 2 p. m. Visiting sisters in
vited to attend reviews. Macca
bee hall Pine and Cass Streets.
HELENA HAYS, Pres.
JESSIE VINSON, F. Sec.
Alpha Lodge No. 47, Krights of
Pythias Meets every Wednes
day night at 8 o'clock. K. P.
hall. Rose street.
J' HN D. Hk'KC, C. C.
CARL O. PERMIN, Sec.
F. O. E. Aerie H97, meets Macca-
bee hall on Pine street every
Tuesday evening at f o'clock.
Visiting brothers always wel
come. W. C. TOWNSEND, Pres.
EARL McCOY, Sec.
Temple No. 23, Pythian Sisters-
Meets the second and fourth
Thursday of eaJ month at the
K. P. hall.
GLADYS FRENETTE, M. E. C.
Ladles Auxiliary to Fraternal Or
der of Eagles Meetings held
on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of
the r..onth at the Eagles Hall
Visiting Sisters in good stand
ing always welcome.
ETHEL LI" A Pres.
CLARA STIEWIG. Secty.
Urvon Encampment No. 9, I. O.
O. F. Meeli each second and
fourth Friday night In the Odd
Fellow Temple at 8 o'clock.
Visitinj, Patriarchs cordially in
vited to attend.
CHARLES DlMMICK. C. P.
RALPH L. RUSSELL, Scribe
KENNETH GRAVES, Treas.
KNIOH'S OF COLUMBUS
Roseburg Council No. 2939.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Tues
days, Knights of Pythias Hall.
Visiting brothers welcome.
HARVEY BROWN, G. K.
PHIL SCALLON, F. S.
Roseburg Rebekah Lodge, No. 41
Meets In Odd Fellows Tem
ple every second and fourth
Tuesday evenings at 8:00 p. m.
MARY CURTIS, Secretary.
I. O. O. F. Philet-rlan Lodge No.
8 Meets in Odd Fellow Tern-
Sle every Thursday evening, at
o'clock. Visit'ng brothers al
D. F. FRAUENDIENER, N. G.
T. B. BUSENBARK, Sec.
Neighbors of Woodcraft, Lllao
Circle, No. 49 Meets at 8:00
p. m. every first and third Mon
day evening In I. O. O. F. hall.
Visiting neighbors Invited to
LOIS BURTON, (?. N.
CYNTHIA GERMOND, Clerk.
Maple Lodge No. 127 A. F. A A.
M Meets In I. O. O. F. hall,
Myrtle Creek, 1st and 3rd Mon
day each month. All members
FRANK BURR, VV. M.
J. L. CHANEY, Sec.
Veterans ot Foreign Wars Regu
lar meeting ot the Veterans of
Foreign Wars, Post No. 2468,
meets the second and lourth
Tuesdays each month at 8 p. m.
Laurel Lodge No. 13, A. F. A.
M. Masonic Temple, corner
Cass and Jackson streets. Meets
every Wednesday evening with
stated communications second
and fourth Wednesdays. Visit
ing members alwavs welcome.
CEO. W. CHURCHILL. W. M.
W. F. HARRIS. Sec y.
Job's Daughters, No. S Meet
first and third Tuesdays at
7:30 p. m. Masonic Temple
Master Mason and O. E. S.
members alwavs welcome.
KAY HOLMES, Hon. Queen.
DOIUS RAND. Rec.
Lady Elks Meets every second
and fourth Thursday at 8:00
. o'clock at t nc Elks Temple. All
MRS. PAUL K. KYAN. Pres.
MRS FRANK J. BISTAK, Sec
Treasurer. Valentine Chapter, No. 98, O. E.
S. Meets n I. O. O. F. hall,
Myrtle Creek, 2nd and 4th Mon
days eacn -onth. Members al
ZENOKIA M. AKFR. rres.
JANE KNIGHT. F.Scc.
I FOAL NOT1C
Seited hid, Hill be received bv A
ft C ollier. Clerk at Jr Hih School : r.actl uiuikt snuuiu asiTtiniii
Ruiuiing. Roaetxirs, Oregon, until Sep-1 f rom the respective District Kor
i'.Ti'rT; ndarrri' coZ'Th, S.ver- ester's oftice. the location of the
hi t:rd school Gtm-Audtiorium Ad-! road or right-of -wav covered bv
rfc''Iglarii"oin'vI0RiDuVore,g,mand such agreement relating to the
HI Ihen and th-r b opened and tl'HCt Upon Which he W1SI1CS tO
puhiicir read "'d 'd-,,,fr',"r bid. It is the bidder's respon-
alter the too fieo for openings will . . , . . , . . . '
not h con.i.iered : sibility o determine for himself
pian.. Pic,iicuotii and form -f the extent to which such agree-
eontract document! mav be examined i , ( IK
or obtained at tha nrrtr or rreemin ,
and tu, .lip. Asoc Arrnt, . juw v.
.ltd Aenue. Pmtland. Oregon, upon a
depn.tt or S2Aim. which will be re
funded upon l return of the plana
and ipecificatlom tatthtn a reasonable
Attention ti railed to Bidder Prequait-
r,r" !!"" "";'"" rM ""t X ,w l" !
Routed. hirh mu.t be fl
in the i
of hid. and for which formi may he
obtained al lha oflir ol lha
h CrSi J A
MELEE This is a general view of melee which developed near
Peekslcill, N. Y.; ai police attempted to escort followers of singer
Paul Roboion from scene of concert. Authorities managed to
open narrow lane through milling, shouting supporters of veteran
organizations. Negro and woman with shoulder beg (right center)
are moving through swaying police line. lAp wirephoto.)
thorized surety company as sureiyi
made oavable to the Owner In an
amount of not less than S'r of the
mount of tha bid. Surety bond
bonds' will be reauired in accordance
wnn me terms 01 we contract aucu
The School District No. 4, Douglas
County, Oregon reserves the right lo
reject any or all bids and to waive
No bidder may withdraw his hid
after the hour set for the opening
I hereof or belore award of me con
tract, unless said award la delayed
for a period exceeding JU days.
A. B. COURIER, Clerk.
First publication Sept. B. IWfl.
Second publication Sept. 1.1, 19.
Third publication Sept. 22. 1940.
NOTICE OF TIMBER SALE:
SEALED BIDS, marked outside
"Bid for Timber," and addressed
lo the Regional Administrator,
Bureau of Land Management,
Region I, Room 131, Building No.
1, Swan Island, Portland 18,
Oregon, will be received until
and opened at 2:00 P. M., PA
CIFIC STANDARD TIME, on
September 13, 1949, for the
purchase of all merchantable
timber designated for cutting
upon tracts hereinafter described.
The cutting and removal of the
timber shall be carried out in
accordance with the forest prac
tice rules approved on July 7,
1A38 by the Secretary of the
Interior. Each bid must state
the amount per thousand feet,
board measure, that will be paid
for each species, the total con
sideration which will be paid for
the timber and a statement that
the bidder will comply with
local manufacturing requirements
as hereinafter stated. No bid for
less than the appraised value
will be considered. Each lealed
bid must be submitted in dupli
cate and be accompanied by a
deposit. The deposit must be in
cash or In the form of a certi
fied check on a solvent bank and
in favor of the Treasurer of the
United Slates. The amount of the
deposit will be at least 20 of
the first $1,000 of the appraised
value of the timber; an addi
tional 10 of the next $9,000,
an additional 5 of the amount
between $10,000 and $100,000;
and an additional 3 of any
amount In excess of $100,000.
The deposit will be returned to
unsuccessful bidders; applied as
a part of the purchase price of
the high bidder; or that portion
of the deposit representing the
minimum required by law shail
be retained as liquidated dam
ages if the hih bidder does not
execute contract and furnish sat
isfactory bond within thirty days
of acceptance of the bid or can
not furnish evidence of his abilitv
to comply with. the local market
ing requirements. In sales over
$5,000, and in small sales when
required, the high bidder will be
required to furnish a sworn li
nancial stMmient, showing abil
ity to fulfill the terms of the
contract. A bond on all sales wi,l
be required in an amount com
puted at the rate of at least
15 per cent of the bid price.
Payment for timber will be re
quired in advance of cutting
payment in full at the time of
filing the contract being required
in saies amounting to SS.OtiO or
less. In larger sales, the Kegloml
Administrator may permit pay
ment in a number of install
ments. Timber sold In accordance
with this advertisement must be
manufactured within the market
ing aiea as designated for each
tract hereinafter described in
accordance with the Unlets of
the Secretary of the Interior,
No. and Nos. 2380 to
Incl.. dated December 11. 1946
and November 2!1. 1947, respec
tively. The I'nited States has by
agreement been given the rignt
to authorize Its purchasers to
use certain roads and rights-of-
ii n i' t.r lha T-Atrtrtvnl nf hmhnr
mh m iti y , mt oic m.-
road or right-of w-av subject to
the payment of reasonable com
' pensation to the assignor of the
l I'nited States. The right Is here
bv reserved to waive technical
defects in the advertisement; to
re led all bids, or to award the
Arrhl-nignrs. ota to lire mrai nigum i
HELD Chinf of Police Lester
M. Isenhut of Fort Wayne, Ind.,
and Sheriff Harold S. Zeis of
Allen county, Ind., said that
Franklin Click (above), 30
year-old celery farm worker had
confessed to the slayings of
threa Fort Wayne women who
figured in the case of Ralph Lo-
baugh, now under death sen
tence. The officers said Click
has confessed to slayings of
Wilhelmina Haaga, Anna Ku
zeff and Phyllis Comine. AP
qualified bidder when the offi
cer' authorized to approve the
contract 'shall deem the high bid
der unqualified to fulfill the con
tractual requirements of the ad
vertisement. All tracts advertised
for sale for which no bid is re
ceived on the sale date may be
sold on the 30th day after the
sale date to bidders offering the
highest price during the thirty
day interim. In no case will the
timber be sold for less than the
appraised price. Further Infor
malion. Including copies or the
form of contract, bid forms and
schedules of contract payments
may be obtained at District Offi
ces of the Bureau of Land Man
agement, located at Salem, Eu
gene. Roseburg, Coos Bay, and
Medfoid. Oregon, or at the office
of the Rigional Administrator,
Building No. 1. Swan Island,
Portland 18. Oregon. Dated at
Portland, Oregon, this 12th dav
of August. 1!IW. IN DOUGLAS
COUNTY: OREGON: SEALED
BID: DOUGLAS MARKETING
AREA: T. 23 S.. R. 4 W., W. M.,
Sec. 35, all merchantable timber
designated for cutting on Por.
S5NWJ, Por. I-ot 4 (NEISWJi.
M 5 (NWlSWi). Lot 6
(SWJSWJ), Por. Lot 7 (SEl-
SWII, estimated for the purpose
of this sale to be 3955 M. feet
Douglas fit, SO M. feet Pon-
derosa Pine. ISO M. feet Incense
("edar, 25 M. feet Western Red
Cedar. -15 M. feet White Kir, 25
M. feet Hemlock. No bid for
less than $4.50 per M. ft. B. M.
for the Douglas Kir, S!.40 per
M. ft. B. M. for the Ponderosa
Pine, $2.50 per M. ft. B. M. for
the Incense Cedar, Western Red
Cedar, and Hemlock, $3.00 per
M. ft. B. M. for the White Kir.
or a total purchase price of
J1S977.50 will be considered.
EXPERIENCED DRIVER wl.hei a ride
tn N Dakota or Montana arottm
after Sept 12 Ml Short SI
NO HINTING OR TRESPASSING on
mv Olalla property. R C Bellow,
Per sot w I
AVON WILL TRAIN 4 pleaant. mature.
capable women for Chmtmas celling
Write Avon Out Mgr.. Rt 2. Box 95,
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS-P 6 Box
111 or Po- t-I. r v-J
WOOD Fireplace) and furnace Old
growth fir blovx peeler core, email
round core mill ends, planing end,
oak and laurel Special price on plan
er ends for short time See this
wood t mtle Ft on Douclas St. Rt
1 Box 4J Prompt delivery Claude
Wtliey. Phone 15 J -3 or 143-4-1
fOR ALlahwood iawdu-.i. pliner
emu. room jui. jonmoo tuei t.a
BEN'S TRUCK PARTS
ttvid election of mere h nd im at very
low prices du to fortunate) Wsr
Surplus Purchase). Your inquiries r
In vi tea.
NEW CADILLAC Motors complete with
II accessories including 4-tpa. ahead
1-spd. rev., nyarauuc trans.
NEW 100AX 147-h p. WHITE Mntors
complete with au accessories includ
NEW RED DIAMOND Ml, International
Motors complete wun ail accessories.
NEW GREEN DIAMOND 23,1 Interna
tional Motors complete with ail ac
NEW JEEP INDUSTRIAL- POWER
PLANT complete with all accessories.
WE ALSO HAVE
Completely rebuilt motors, both Indus
trial and Truck, of every site and
RXC HERCULES 529 cu. In dlse.
CMC 270 cu. in dm p.
LO-A3S cu. In B1UA.
EN -.VIZ cu. in. MACK.
BG-310 cu. In MACK
II ALL SCOTT 1U Power Unit
COMPLETE BOGIE ASSEMBLIES:
International. Tlmken, GMC.
Prompt attention given to all mall
oraers ana correspondence.
BEN'S TRUCK PARTS
Parti for ill truck. G. L or Conv.
2811 So Tacoms War
FOR SALE 7-S yard Hiel dump brd
ana noiAi, a-1 conanton. se at unit
ed Truck Service, Sulherlin, or caU
1 IMS INTERNATIONAL pickup. 1
ihm international picaup. i Ringie
axla pillns trailer for information
Phone :vt 129 2nd Ava South
AXLE SHAFTS for all makea of truck.
Ravi Truck Shop. 3033 N Stephana
Bring Your Livestock
WHERE the bring In the most money
Sale every Friday.
Livestock 13 o'clock, furniture T p. m.
WANTED Eat lambs, yearlings and
canner ewes. Write or rail, James
E Lewis, Mvrtle Creek. Oregon, ph
84; Darrili W. Ray, Rt. 2. Box 398-B
Rowehurg. Oregon. Ph. 885-R-l.
WANTED TO BUY Fat and feeder
lambs. Also young breeding ewes
Inquire Lyle Mariters or John Rohr
Happy Valley Ranch. Phona 17-r-2
ONE 3 YEAR old renlstered Jersey
bull breeder, fine record Schutzwohl
strain. Contact John Jeslnghaus. Rt
1, Box U3. Messinger Road. Murphy.
SOMK CHOICE white-faced veal calves,
just rmht for the locker. Market
price. W. A. Thomas, miles cast
of Sutherlin, at bridge.
FARMERS Will buy hogs and feeders
on Thursdays, 9:30 to 4:30 at stork
yards In Roseburg. Bring them in
W. W Green.
3 JERSEY COWS, freHh; one 3-year-old
heifer, fat: ona 2-year-old heifer, calf
at wide M. A. Jones. Camas Valley.
FOR SALE -Suffolk bucks. Inquire John
Rohr at Happy Valley Banco. Ph,
1 f . r - 3.
FEEDER PIGS. 1S Also five tons oat
straw, bright; S20 ton. See Isaac
CI In e , Flnurnny Va Hey, or phone 1 58.
FOR SALE puroc JcrRey aow and 10
pigs. Also 3 wraner pigs, young Jer
sey cow. J M. Rabun. Rt 1 Box lgS-A
FOR SALE Young Guernsey bull, just
right for servlca, $100, Oscar Weeks,
WANTED FAT AND FEEDER lambs
and yearlings. W A. Blackert. Myrtle
creen. tnone jxci.
FOR SALE -Feeder pigs. M. M. Good.
FOR SALE Registered yeartlng Suf
folk ram. L. L. Pattenton. Ph. 14-F-23.
FOR SALE 3 purebred Yorkshire sows
ana i ooar rnone own, sumerun.
W A NTE DA iTk ind sof " Ii veTtockT H- M
Cox Call 990-J-4
FOR SALE Day old bull calf C
Hughes, Lower Garden Valley.
Hampa. Reds. Crosses. Every week In
the year. Best of breeding. Pullorum
Hatching Eggs Wanted
Year around market.
City agent. Douglas Co. Flour Mill
Lookingglass Rt Phona 18-F-3
First House On Curry Road
Clar-Mar Poultry Farm
FOR SALE New Hampshire fryers, 1
io ins., .ic id , live wrignt. Lencaied
' mile west of Wilbur on Gardrn
Valley road . No Sunday sales. Ph.
14 F-31. Roseburg Ira J. Headings.
Rt. 2. Box 3iB .R oe burg . Oregon.
2 or more delivered Phone 10O0-J-3.
ABOUT 300 year.old hens for salel
White Leghorn. Fred Cockrell strain.
RED FRYERS FOR SALE Dressed 43c
lb Ready for locker. 50c lb. Phone
TOR SALE Colored frvers, 40r a pound
Rt 1. Box ITS. Maurice Weber Call
FOR SALE -Reg. Springer Spaniel pups.
Champion bloodlines. Liver and white
4 mites Eaiit Sutherlin on Nonpariei
Road Call between 0 and 0 In eve
ning W Metrnlf.
Jacob's Kennel's Ph. 73-6-J
GRA-HO COCKER KENNELS. Phone 030
or 4A2-Y Reg and ped. pupotea.ali
colors Stud service
GREAT DANES, female, cropped. Make
n mter. rrmne lajtff-H-S.
CASE SO tractor with plow, disc and
harrow: used onlv few hours. 03000.
Hi 1. box 42 A. Yonralla. Oregon
BEARCAT Garden Tractor.""or will trade
for car Roseburg Furniture Ex-rhsT-rr
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1949 FORD TITDOR SDN I1A9S00
1144. FORD TUDOR SDN. 1043 00
148 FOHD COUPE 1045 00
1B43 CHRYSLER NEW
YORKER 1178 00
1942 DODGE FORDOR SDN. 87S )M)
lfM2 CHEV. TUDOR SDN BUS 00
1U41 FORD CU G COUPE 7S.V0O
lfMl NASH FORDOR SDN. 6tS 00
lf)40 PLYMOUTH f ardor sdn. ... .145 00
lft:iT FORD COUPE 23 00
1931 MODEL A SDN B5.0U
From 9 To 3
Trucks And Pickups
FORD VAN 2498 00
WILLYS JEEP lldSOO
INTERNATIONAL PICKUP 10H3 00
GMC 1',-ton Chassis & cab 7M (
FORD I -ton Flatbed .... 49ft (to
FORD DUMP TRUCK BM.VOO
FORD , TON PICKUP .... rW3 00
FOTtD LUMBER TRUCK ... 1H5 00
SINGLE Wheel car trailer 43.00
You Pay Less For
Used Cars At
19441 Chevrolet Sedan. Radio and heater.
We will give a 3 day driving trial on
this car and tha price la only 91223.00,
cash or tenns.
Rose it Lane Sts. Phone W
Ford Club Coupe, looks and
runs like new 01545
Pontlae 4-door sedan, good
paint, reconditioned motor (975
Ford V-0 convertible, new
Mercury motor, new Urea, ex
Chev. Coupe, with factory
built pickup box ,. 643
Ford V-0 coupe . ,--.... 0M
Chev. Coup 495
Oldsmobtle 0 3-door aedan .... 425
Ford Tudor, food tires.
good motor 145
1942 O t 4x4 IVi ton truck .quip-
pea wun naioaa; also naa
dump bed and bolat excel
lent condition I
10.T3 Cher, l'i ton flatbed, excel
lent farm truck, good Urea,
reaar 10 so f
Com In Today For Your
Free Demonstration Ride In
the New Golden
BARCUS SALES &
Your Packard Dealer
Hlfhwar 99 N at Garden Valley Road
3 Day Driving Trial
On these cars.
1A48 Plymouth Sedan.
1R48 Ford Tudor tSupert
147 Plymouth Coach.
lf4 Chevrolet Sedan.
Trade or Terms.
Rose it Lane Sts. Phone M
Oak and Rose
FINE USED CARS
Reasonably farieaxL ! u a c -
Chevrolet Buick Pontiao Cadillac
1919 CHRYSLER Royal 4door sedan
Body St psint very good Tires like
new. Mechanically in A-l condition
Just completely overhauled Fine
trouble-free transportation. $75. Some
terms. Inquire 206 Douglas Co. Stele
Bank Bldg . or phone 466
A Model A Tudor In very good con
dition for only $15 00 and a 37
Zephyr Sedan at only SIM 00.
Ro-e ft LaneSts Phone M
FOR SALE-I947 ' Whirrer" motorbike
good condition. Sacrifice. ITS for
quick sal. Halverson. N'trkelon s Bar
her Shop. trtle Creek. Oregon
WHILE THEY LAST Brand ntwlMS
iijuiB-uiiuv nan uaviason motor
cvcles at a discount One-third down
12 months to pay. Joe's Harlev Daxtd
son. i miles So.. Highway 99. Rose
burg Ore Ph 47-R-S
MORE MOSEY for your car-ci.nn
the apot Corkrum Motors. Inr ue
Soto. Plyvoutn. Phona 404. 1.4 N
WILLYS JFF.P. A-l condiMon. full top
and rurtaine, 9723, Room 30. Doug
lsiHotel rOR SALE- 44B SX irdelB 34
new h;gh speed cams, new paint
y termiLPh Hm-H-i
FOR SALE -1949 Parharrf" mhm!
will Uke '41 or model part pay.,
men. Phone liWU 1
I4fN A SHAM PA SS ArxilTXssVpe
CTean. In good condition. R It u
Sea at 530 W. Oak. or call T71-L 1
... Is our aim' We want you
pleased next week, next month,
and always strive sincerely to
provide you with a Used Car
that gives you good perform
ance and economical transpor
tation. See our fine Guaranteed
Used Cars today! Our Heputa
tailon Is your assurance of sat
1940 Frazer Sdn . R. It H 11490 Ot
04U5.00 down W0 30 par mo.
OTHER GOOD BUYS
Chev. Clb. Cpe., R. H. ., $1895 00
Ford Clb. Cpe.. R. At H 1473 00
Ford Sedan. R. Or H . 1413 00
Ford Pickup. 6OO0 ml - 1I930Q
Dodge Sedan. R. it H 1393 00
Stude. Clb. Cpe. Overdrive .1493 00
Dodge Sedan. R. it H 1493 OO
Dodge Sedan - 030 00
Dodge Clb. Cpe 930 00
Ford Clb. Cpe.. R H 0u3 00
Mercury Sdn.. R. ac H. , 923 00
Ford Sdn., R AH. 393O0
Olds. Clb Cp 503 00
Ford 3 Dr 443 M
Ply. Sedan, H. Jk H. 330 00
Corkrum Motors, Inc.
330 S. Stephens Ph. 5O0.J
"We'll be here Tomorrow tn
Back up What We Say anc
1940 Chevrolet Town Sedan. A car you
wlll be pleased to own and tha price
la only 0645.
Rose A Lane Sts. Phona Of
Why take a chance when
you can have a three day
driving trial on your new
l4t Land Cruiser. Just like new with
very low mileage. Radio, rlima
tlzer. Overdrive A Hill Holder.
1047 Commander S pas. Cpe. Radio, ell
matlxer. Overdrive, Hill Holder.
14 Mercury Sedan.
I94tt Plymouth Sedan.
1H41 DeSoto 4 dr. Sedan.
1941 Bulrk Special 4 dr.
1M1 Chev. 2 dr.
lfl.lf) Chev. 4 dr.
114B Studebaker Pickup.
r ma rimup. .
Open In evenings until t . m.
Quality Used Car Lot
Next to Rom Hotel 339 N. Stephen!
Prauiea 1449-J 199
41 CHEV. 4-door, R & H. Makr"7n
offer. Call 1434-J-X, or m at 913'.
B49 S-PASS. CHEV, " coupe, very clean
and iporly. A. T. Laurie, Ballf and
1949 kAISERTOR SALE, or trade for
cheaper car or pick-up 99 Hihwa
fOR SALE 1948 Super Deluxe Ford f.
FOR SALE-1041 rord 3-door ledan.
radio, heater, new paint: 1949 Meiv
cury motor. 3523. Ph. 183-R.
We have for sale threa 4 ton pickups.
Thee cart are In excellent mechanical
condition, priced right and guaranteed.
. . -nrysier fiymoutn
Rowft LaneStS; Phone 96
1775. EQUITY In lf49 Dodge roadsYer
foe tAftn Pk n-x t v . 1 " . . . .
r?K r3?! rrd Bdan- 9"000 bodv.
Queen . eeo ' "
rOR SALE"l942 Willys Jeep, good ctm'.
' rouiuruia naaio, aj9. La I
evenine at lit rnhh ct
FOR SALE OR TRADE 1941 Dodga
sedan, new motor and front and.
Coodconditlon. 9700. 242 Flint
TOlX ALE-1949 CHRYSLZlTiedanTTsTl
1942 Plymouth 9 passenger coup. Good
appearance, good tires, radio, heater
and sect cover. Check this car and
and price 9765 00. cash or terms.
Rose ft Lane Sta. Ph0n 99
. - - ., -I-,-,-,-,-,, , ,ju( - rurJ IB-IJ-lAjtjrLaj-ulnJL-
t4 CAT enl number 7-J-4173 witn
Hyuer drum and LaPlant Choat. hy
draulic dozer See at Tve. Lumber Co..
Sutherlin. Ore. or phone 1203 Huther-
TOR SALE 1 double drum lot( Jam
P'f. I et imall double drumi. 1944
S . n k nd " Henry
TOR SALE-DT 19 Jnternatlonal tractor.
A l condition. BX 300 Skarlt yarder.
A-l condition K3 International dump
Iruck. Ph518-J- evenmia
rt?inSAE m19?S .? C 3;'n lo, truck,
1940 Be.ll trailer, aood motor and
tlre. with Job. $2M0. Calll3M-J.
1943 C M c:. practlcalir new-motoT:
new tire.. lo bunk Priced very
low to move. Phone eve. si-J.
Wanted To Buy
3- HOt CH LI MBER
J PX EVERY TWO WEEKS
E AIO DO CUSTOM MILLING
PHONE OERDINO TOLL STATtON
OR W RITE
Rolling Mills Lumber Co.
P O Box 174.
Wanted 8 Ft. Fir Canti
THE PRICE IS VP
Sullivan & Son
Hlehway M 3 mile. N of RoaMrtirf
roR sale en a ft of 3nd trnwti
timber. Jelled and bucked, cat .how.
. Juin Eifert. gnieMd Rt , gna a.
rJ SALE SawtrtU or any Mri
S "--"" M " warn.
oy Denny, am. Wine healer.