The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920, October 10, 1918, Page 2, Image 2

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    THE a EVENING NEWS
BY
It. W. BATES BERT G. BATES
ISSUED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
' Subscription lutes Dally.
Per year, by mall, In county 13.00
Per year, outalde of county 4.00
Weekly.
Per year-
..2.00
. 1.00
Six month...
Entered as second-class matter.
November 6, 1909, at Roseburg, Ore.,
under act of Maroh 8, 18 19. 1
MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS.
The Associated Frees is exclusively
entitled to the use for republication
of ail news dispatchoi credited to It
or not ottmrwise credited In uiis
paper and also the local news pub
lished herein. All rights of republi
cation of special dispatches herein
are also reserved.
THURSDAY, OOTOHER 10, 1918.
A NEW SITUATION.
The United States has taken the
position that its entire energies must
be concentrated on the western front
;But the sudden and idiramatlc sur
render of Bulgaria has opened wide
possibilities In other Holds for hast
ening the end of the war. It ought
not to take a large force completely
to upset the frame up that Germany
'lias (prepared on hoi- southeastern
boundaries.
The allied iforco now (proceeding
northward ought soon to be able to
. set free Serbia, an act that .will give
enormous encouragement to all the
oppressed nationalities held for many
years under the Austrian yoke. It
shojuld he possible to form an army
of the Czecho-Slovaks and other
Slavic nationalities of Austria, and
at least .by early spring to invade
Austria from the south.
The Italian invasion of Austria has
been tremendously difficult, because
It ihad! to cross the most precipitous
mountain ranges. An invuslon from
Serbia, once that country has been
re-occuplod, would cross level plains
and find easy going. Austria ougM
to bo out of the war before next July
fourth.
Already reports of Turkey's sur
render are In the air, and may he
confirmed before these lines reach
the reader. Itut the Turks are a very
obstinate and crafty people, and It
miay take more lighting yet to put
them out of business. But with her
Palestine army wlpod out, and if the
road to Berlin can shortly be cut, an
army the size or the force around
Sulonlca ought to take Constant!
nople and cut off tfhe Dardanelles
forts. With the straits open to the
Black sea. It becomes possible to
roach the most populous section of
Russia by ports free from ice and
thus oncourngo all the anti-Gorman
elomonts. Great events cast their
shadows 'before ,andl the door is wide
open to very hopeful military pro
jects in tliu east.
The German crown princess has
lieon shocked by the bare oodlos of
'bathers at a watering place, a dis
patch announces. Other dlspatchos
announce that tho crown .prince's
troops 'have boon shocked oven more
by bodios of our smashing American
soldiers.
Colonol Smith, or Dotrolt, Civil
war veteran 74 years old, having
hosted all competitors In a five mile
race, it would seem that the draft
ago Unit to Include all eligible to
sorvlco will linvo to tie raisedl to
about seventy-live.
We 1inve forgotten 'how much pay
the German soldier receives, but
whatever it is It Is clear that ho Is
having a nice llttlo run for his mon
ey. Aiistro-lllingaiian soldiers havo
arrived on tho west front, probably
10 nonji 1110 Hermans rctront. They
know 'how.
0. A. C.
COHVALLIS, Ore., Oct. 10. The
llilun of housing tho young women or
1110 urogon Agricultural College In
nine fraternity houses and nine sor
ority houses In working out belli to
llho satisfaction of tho young women
and Mrs. Mary K. Fawcolt, dean of
women. .
"Tho young women hnvo taken
hold and In an inconceivably abort
period of lime have created attrac
tive order out of the confusion which
was. obviously unavoidable nt first,"
snld lloan Puwrutt. "They have
stopped! nt nothing In mimn houses
they lmvo even voluntarily carried
in wood nud they have organized
' selves by groups Into clubs nil-
dor a houso president for tho pur
pose or working out the most bleu!
homo life condition possible. Ilecuuso
of shortage of labor they havo agreed
o work iMit a time schcdulo whir!'
h-1'i provide certain duties In the
c:i o or tho homo for oaeh Individual
gin
xcotlont house mothers havo
been found for each housewomen
who nro Interested in girls, and who
aro ready and able to give tho girls
the best of rare and frlendhhtp. The
small group or rottago system ror
women In college Is Ideal ror It makes
possible not only n centralized home
nud social lire wit bin each grou p,
but ulso provides slmplo means ror
rrequent Interchange or friendship
between tho groups."
Dora Common went to Onklnnd
this morning to be the guest or Miss
Laura Hunt ror a row ilnys. Miss
Hunt's mother Is seriously 111.
NOTICE- TO BED CBOSS SVB.
- " SClU&ERS.'
'-
The last Installment on all
Red Cross pledges became due
October 1. A large number or
subscribers have failed to pay.
This is a sacred pledge and If
you are delinquent, please pay
iijp at once as the money is
needed for war activities.
j DEXTER RICE,
Chapter War Fund Chairman.
JUDGE IN S. COKE
To my neighbors and friends of the
Second Judicial District (Coos, Curry,
Douglas, Lane, Benton and Lincoln
cqunttes):
You have twice nominated and
twice elected me as one of your cir
cuit Judges. In nil these elections
yau gave me your very Ihearty and
generous support. Having endeavor
ed during the post ten years so to
perform tho difficult duties of circuit
judge as to merit a continuation of
the confidence you -have manifested
in me in the past, I want now to ask
each and all of you to do me a fur
ther great kindness by going to the
voting places on election day (Nov.
5tlh) and to aid and make certain my
election to the Supreme Court of
Oregon as the successor to the late
.lustlco Frank A. Moore.
Tho office of Justice of the Su
prome court is one of very great lin-
Mrtanco to every citizen of the state.
because that court is tho tribunal In
which the final determination of the
rights or tho citizens is mude. Cer
tainly It ought not to have In ltd
membership men who are wuntlng In
experience or other necessary quali
fications.
If you feel that my ten years ex
perience as circuit Judge has qualified
mo for a place In the supreme court
and that I meuit (promotion to that
position, then I ask you not only to
write in my name and make the
on your ballot, but also get all your
neighbors to do likewise. With the
active support of eadi of the 43.000
vote In my district, I reel more thnn
confident of success, but without it
lllcfeat may come and more than half
of western Oregon will remain, as it
has for almost rorty years, without
personal representation on the wi
prcmo bench.
Do not forget that I am not a can
didate In opposition to Hon. Ohas. A.
Johns, who was my successful op
ponent In the May primary.
My candidacy is for the position
mane vacant by the recent death or
Justice Frank A. Moore, and it will
bo necessary to write in the name and
nmko the X III the space below the
following statement, which will ap
pear on me Daiiot:
"For Justice of the Supreme Court.
To fill vncancy caused by tho death
or Justice Frank A. Moore.".
(Write In here) "X John S. Coko."
H I am elected I will dovote to the
office the same conscientious ofTorlH
which have guided ine throtiifh the
past ten years as circuit judge.
A.-rain I thank you for your rast
cxprosMlons or confidence In mo.
JOHN S. COKE.
WHAT AIIH YOU DOING TO HUM-
WIN THE WAR?
Iloro are three ways you can help:
Use one Bpoon of sugar lnstond of
two.
1'so substitutes Instead of nil Hour.
Have your clothes cleaned and
prossed Instead or throwing them
away, ir there aro no holes or tonrs
In them they nro good tor lots or
wear yet. You'll be surprised to see
inem aner they are cleaned up.
IMPERIAL CLEAVERS.
(Try Our Way.)
n can ami ticllvcr Phone 277
'LERICA I, EXAM I NATION'S.
The government needs 12,000
clerks nt Washington. Examinations
in Oregon In Octobor. Salary $1200.
Experience unnecessary. .Men and
women desiring government positions
write for free particulars, J. C.
Leonard ( Termor civil service exam
iner) 1120 Kenols building, Wash
ington. NOTICE OF .SCHOOL MEETING.
Notlco is hereby given to tho legal
voters or School District No. 4 of
Douglas County, Stale or Oregon, that
a school mooting of said district will
i'e neiu 111 itigu Kcntmi niilg., on
tiho 2lilh day of October, 191s. at 2
o clock In tho afternoon to vote on
the proposition of levying a special
uisinct tax.
Tho total amount ot money needed
ny tho district during tho fiscal yea
noKinning juuo I7tli. IMS. and end
ing on Juno 30, mil la estimated In
the following budget nud Inelmles the
niuouiits to bo received from the
county school fund, stato school fund.
Hpaclal district tax, mid all otbor
ui ineys of tho district:
BUDGET.
Est limited Evpendlt um.
leaebors' salaries 132,000
Furniture
400
Apparatus and supplies, such
as maia, chalk, erasers,
stoves, curtains, etc
Library books
Repairs of schoolbouses, out
buildings or fences
Improving grounds
Janitor's wages
Janitor's supplies
Fuel
Liiiht. Power and Water
Clerk's salary
Postage and stationery
For tiho payment of liondrd
debt and interest tbereon.
2. 575
GOO
750
750
3.200
350
3.000
750
000
100
; .in.,
issued minder Sections 117,
144 to 148, and 422 of tho
school Laws of Oregon,
1917 8,750
Insurance 988
Manual Training and Domos-
thvSclence 500
Equipment of Buildings 2,500
Miscellaneous and Incidentals 2,750
Seating Auditorium 1,400
Total estimated amount of
money to be expended for
all purposes during the
year $ci.
03
itumileu Receipts.
From county school fund
during the coining school
year. $ 9,803.72
From state school fund
d u ring the coming school
year 2,383.40
Estimated amount to be re
ceived from all other
sources Alluring the com
ing school your
50.00
Total estimated receipts.
not including the money
to be received from tho
tax which it Is proposed
to vote J15.937.12
Itccaiiiliilution.
Total cstlmuted expenses
for the year $01,803.00
Totall estimated receipts
not Including the tax to
be votod 15,937.12
Balance, amount to be rais
ed by district tax 45,925.88
Dated this 2nd d'uy of October,
1918.
A. J. CHDDES.
Chairman Board or Directors.
Attest:
ROSCOB
N. GREEN,
District Clerk.
CLASSIFIED COLUMN
FOR SALE
Phone 6F2.
-Fresn milch cows,
FOR SALE Pair of horses, weight
about 2500. Phono 14F14. Or will
trade for cattle.
FOR SALE Banana
Bring your boxes.
Nash, Garden Valley.
apple culls
.Mrs. M. A
FOR SALE li shontes, 100 lbs.
better, lor l ie per lb. S. P. Rear-
Ick. Garden Valley.
FOR SALE 40 head or goodi owes
in lots to suit purchaser. 11. R
Honnliig. Ilosehurg. Phono 14F32
FOR SALE All or my buildings at
the Garden Vnlloy bridge for sale
or trade on terms. J. w. Hall.
FOR SALE Splendid butcher busi
ness In rich town near Roseburg
D. N. McInturfT, Oakland, Ore
gon.
If
FOR SALE Strang, double back
and good single harness, medium
size. Apply R. Retciulu. Phone
U.F14. ol4p
RESTAURANT FOR SALE A good
paying business. Inquire at the
Grand Grill. Reason for selling,
want lo loave.
TOR SALE OR TRADE 150 acres
with water right, practically level,
gooii house, and barn, 4 5 miles
from Grants Pass. Phono 3F24.
'01! SALE Cow 0 years old, milks
about S qts. a day. $30. l A.
Anderson. West Roseburg, Peter
Dldtl place, 1 miles S. W. ol sol
diers 'home.
FOR SALE Or rent, 15-ncre farm,
woll Improved, 11 miles from
Roseburg on county road; also
team and wagon, farming tools. 4
acres of corn and one milrh cow.
School house nnd church handy.
See or ndilross, J. L. Thomason,
Dlxonvllle, Ore.
it'll SALE OH TRADE 1 heavy
hack and 1 open buggy good as
new; 1 set double buggy harness.
Can use n good milch cow, set
work harness, seed grain, cash or
iinerty minus. wllltrado good
team of ponies for 1 heavy horse.
Phono 35F4. I'. F. Mcljiugblln.
Rosoburg, R. F. 1). No. I.
TIIW HVHN1KG KWS 'IHtftaDAY.
If It Paid to Wear
"Cheap" Garments
wouldn't Uncle Sam provide his soldiers with the
cheapest uniforms that couldjbe purchased?
TTSN'T. it a fact that the better garments give you the
most pleasure, the most service, and are the most in
expensive in the long run.
W GARMENT
s one that never fails you. Always right in style, it has
an individuality of its own but at the same time renders
service.
If you will look at these we have in stock, you will see
.. genuine values.
BURCHARD'S
SQUARE STORE
1315North Jackson St. ' The Exclusive Ladies' Shop
HORSES From cons to 150(1
poundB velght;, will trade foi
young cattle, or for a Ford. Wil
be In Roseburg after Friday, Sep
tember 13. Inquire at The New
otnee. iienry Kernan.
WANTED.
WANTED Maid at Hotel Umpqua.
Apply at once.
WANTED
rooms.
Furnished house.
Phone 234-.
C or
6
o9p
WANTED 10,000 grain sacks Ber
ger's Junk Shop. Phone 182. '
WANTED Fresh cow. Inquire C. C.
Weaver, Roseburg, Route 1. ol 1
WANTED To buy 5000 second hand
sacks. Spot Cash Basket Grocery.
A. G. Dunlap.
CATTLE WANTED No Jerseys. In
quire Oscar E. Weeks, Ruckles,
Ore. n4
WANTED TO RENT Modern 5 or
small 6 room house. Must be I
close. 'Phone 4G0. I
uuys WANTED To carry papers
in morning tierore school. Apply
Ballfird'a cigar store after 8 p. m.
WANTED A middle aged married),
man to work on farm. Must be
good teamster. Inquire News of-
- flee. T
WANTED To rent a piano. Good
care guaranteed. State mnke and
lowest terms. Adidlress P. W.. care
News.
WANTED Scrap iron, metal, rub
ber, rags, chittlm bark, hides and
wool. Hcrger's Junk Shop. Phono
1S2. ,
WANTED Four or five dozen spring
puncts, uiaclc Minorcas, Barred
Hqcka or Rhode Island Reds.
Phone 3F24.
WANTED By high school student,
a place whore he can work for his
board during the school year.
Phone 301.
WANTED To lot contract for
slashing 10 to 100 aero tracts.
For partlqulars apply News of
fice. WANTED To rent a good modern
house, with garage, barn and gar
den preferred. Inqulra at this of
fice. WANTED Second hand reversible
disc plow nnd corrugated roller.
Also 25 or 50 goats. E. A. Kruse,
Roseburg. Ore.
WANTED A day cook and a .light
rook; dishwasher and chamber
mnld. Write or telephone at once,
Clarke Hotel, Glendale, Ore.
TIE MAKERS WANTED We want
local men to make hewn ties in our
timber holdings near Wilbur, Suth-
orlln and Oakland. Prices 15, 25
and 35 cents for making. Ties in
spected in woods monthly and
paid for. Write ror specifications.
Oregon Tlo & Lumber Co., Oak
land. Ore. ollp
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT Two furnished- houses.
Close In. Inquire 046 S. Pine.
FOR RENT Furnished housekeen-
lng rooms, close in. Inquire 124
W. Douglas.
MISCKLLA NEOITS.
WELL DRILLING R. E. Helnsel
mnn. Rosoburg. Route 1.
FOR TRADE Holsteln 2-yoar-old
bull to exchange ror fresh cow. J.
ii. Kurtz, Dlxonvllle.
r'UK KENT Hotel Vmpqun has
special rates bty week or month
ror permanent guests. Inquire or
manager ror pnrtlmilnrs. .
A SNAP Modern 5-room bungalow
for sale cheap, cash or terms. Pay
what you can and name your
terms. Liberty bonds or anything
valuable taken for first payment.
Address "54" care News.
IHTOBBU HI, 1018.
EXCHANGE Good improved farms
In Estancia valley. New Mexico,
to trade for ranch near Roseburg,
Ore. Will consider residence with
small acreage. Write Owner, Box
315, Estuncia, New Mexico.
MRS. li. K. MOORE
Teacher Progressive Series Piano
Lessons, Harmony, Theory.
610 S. Main St.
Phone 221-Y
Miss Blanche Wilson
Teacher of Piano.
801 S. Pine St,
Phono 170-lt
Heinline Piano School
For
ALL GRADES PIANO STUDENTS
Children's Fundamental Classes a
Specialty.
124 Perkins Illdg. Phone 390
DR. M. H. PLYLEH,
Licensed Oliiropracttc Physician.
222 W,. Lane St., Roseburg, Ore.
Consultation, examination free.
Office Hours 0 to 5 Phone 153
Chiropractic and Electrical
Treatments.
DR. S. L. DeLAPP
Osteopathic Physician & Surgeon
Phoues: 217-218 Perkins Bldg.
Office 110
Res. 223-Y. Roseburg, Ore.
MRS. F. D. OWEN
Out Flowers, Potted Plants,
Funeral Designs, Wedding Ron
queta, etc.
FOR SALE AT
"THE FERN"
111 Cass St. Roseburg, Ore.
PHONE 240
. DR. K. L. MILLER
Physician and Surgeon.
Ground Floor Masonic Buildipg,
corner Cass and Main Sts.
Phone 132.
House 53
SHOE ECONOMY
Have worn shoes repaired by re
liable workman. Prices right.
W. S. HOWARD. 214 Jackson St.
Why is a b-icK mason like a loco
motive? Because he has a tender.
For tender steak
A juicy chop.
Direct your footsteps
To our shop.
Our saws aro sharp;
Cleavers, too
e'U trim them nn
Just right for von.
1HE ECONOMY MARKET
Your Bank and Your
Account Is .Your Backing
Remember that always Mr. Business Mnn. Therefore
cliooso tiio one and care for tho other with the utmost
discretion. Here at the Umpqua Valley Hank, satisfac
tion In BOTH INSTANCES can bo gained.
Whether your account be large or
small 'we welcome It. 9
THE BAN.K THAT CONFIDENCE BUILT."
THE IBtPQUfl VALLM BANK
ROSEBURO
8
New, Nobby Clothing!
New Hats! New Caps!
JUST RECEIVE! AND
NOW ON DISPLAY.
SANITARY, SIGHTLY
AND DURABLE
are the words which have spelled
success for us in the installation
of plumbing for many satisfied
clients. And when we are called
upon to correct mistakes that have
been made In jobs already put in,
we do it in a manner which proves
that we know how to do the work
and make It last.
Roseburg Plumbing & Heating Co.
PHONE 151.
i. H. SINNIGER
SHEET
METAL
OF ALL KINDSJ !
119 OAK ST. PHONE 428
Fruit Boxes
Don't forget that your local
box factory can supply apple
and all other fruit boxes at a
saving. Ask us about It.
J. G. FLOOK & CO.
Rosoburg Phone 100
Fire and Auto Insurance
Protect yourself from loss with
one of our properly written Insur
ance policies.
G. W. YOUNG & SON, INSURANCE
116 Cass Street Roseburg, Ore.
Jersey Creamery Butter
1-4 lb. Prints
FRESII DAILY.
DOUGLAS COUNTY CREAMERY
STOP AT THE
GRAND HOTEL
CASS STREET ROSEBUKO
REAL ESTATE
City and Farm Property, Winches
ter Bay ana Westlake Town Lota.
GEORGE RITKR.
1Z! West Oak Street.
WORK
OREGON
Pianos
Player Pianos
Organs
Talking
Machines
Buy your piano of a home Dealer
and save $100. My prices are far
below city prices. Ten dollars
down will put a fine piano in your
home. A small monthly payment
will take care of the balance.
Baldwin
Ellington
Cable Nelson
Hamilton
Howard
Royal and others.
Second hand organs $16 to $30.
TALKING MACHINES.
Vlctrolas
Mison Diamond Disc
Crescent Talking Machines.
Easy terms, goods guaranteed, de
livered any place in Douglas coun
ty without extra charge. Come In
and talk it over or mail coupon.
Please mall me literature on:
(Mark X on one interested in.)
Pianos
Player Pianos
Organs
2nd Hand Pianos
Edison Diamond Disc
........ Victrola
Crescent Talking Machines
......Sheet Music.
Ott's Music Store
ROSEBURG, OREGON.
Judd's Feed & Sale Store
SEEDS!
Vetch. Cheat, Barley, Rye, White
ana urey oats. Grass Seed.
FEED.
Bran, Shorts, Mill Run, Rye
Shorts, Barley and Oat Shorts,
tioueii uais, Konea Barley, Berk
shire Hog Feed, Holstine Dairy
reeu, carnation Dairy Feed, Al-
raira Meal, Scratch Feed, Chick
Feed, Egg Producing Mash, Drain
nay, Aiiaira Hay.
SECOND HAND GOODS.
several Good Stoves, Plows, Har
nesses, Collars, Sacks, etc. One
uroaucast Seeder and Cart.
AUTOMOBILES.
New Briscoe Automobiles, tho Car
with the y. million dollar motor.
One Ford Touring Car in fine con
dition. DON'T FORGET.
I buy, sell or trade anything. If
you have anything you don't want
bring It to me.
Just come In a little while.
The bargains here will make you
smile.
J. M. JUDD
Empire Barn. Roseburg