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THE EVENING NEWS THURSDAY, aOVRMBKIt 7, 101 8.
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1018,
TERM THREE SAYS "YES"
' The attitude of the Toy Manufac
turers of the United States, who are
holding a conference In New York,
toward the shipment of 4.U00 cases
of German toys recently arrived at
that port Is indicative of the public
feeling against German Importations
In general, some of the dealers to
whom the shipment Is consigned have
signified their Intention not to accept
the toys. The conference has adopt
ed resolutions "with the hope that
all loyal Americans will emulate the
splendid example of those dealers
and steadfastly refuse to accept,
distribute, or ubc' toys made by a
nation of fiends. ',
Yet the German trade with this
country in toys and other products
Is precisely what the President
wishes to perpetuate. That Is the
official Interpretation placed on his
Peace Term No. 3, in which he favors
the elimination of all economic bar-
' rlers among nations. Senator Hitch
cock of Nebraska, democratic chair-
man of the Foreign Relations Com-
' mittee, has declared the President's
language to mean that lr Term No,
3 becomes a part of the treaty of
peace "It would he then improper
for the United States to adopt a tariff
discriminating between nations." In
other words German toys would have
to come Into this country on precisely
the. same terms as similar Importa
tions from France or England, and
other productB would receive the
same generous treatment.
The American people see a differ
ence between toys made by a nation
whose soldiers find pleasure In cutt
ing off the handB of children and
Impaling babies on their bayonetB,
and those manufactured by the
peasants of a country that haB en
dured the trials and sacrifices of
France. Ab Indicated by the action
of the nsHoclntlon of toy manufactur
ers In New York the people will de
mand that the Gorman products be
kept frogt their markets, In Bplte of
the attempt of the President to bring
them In on an equnl footing with the
, manufacturers of other countries.
It Mr. Wilson wishes to avoid an
overwhelming storm of disapproval
he will do well to put the soft pedal
on nil further mention of Term
No. 3.
It will be remembered that not
many months ago the Shipping Board
had In charge of Its design of wooden
ships one Mr. FerrlB, a man of large
experience and ability In His profes
sion. DifllcultlOB arose between Mr,
1 orris and the officials of the Board
with the result, that he was forced
to sever his connection with the gov
ernment. Hut some of hlB shfpE
were built and placed- In service. The
Coyote, one of the first of the Ferris
typo BhlpB, haB recently complotod
a voyage to a North Atlantic IhIuihI
with a cnrgo of coal weighing 3,032
tons. During the trip she passed
unscnthed through the worst hurri
cane that has visited thoso waters
since 1899. Tho Coyote bears several
distinctions. She Is tho Hint wooden
ship to be turnod out at an Atlantic
yard, tho first to make a voyago with
cargo, and tho doopest draft vossel
ever tnkon Into the harbor of tho port
she visited. Naturally Mr. Ferris,
hor designer, must feel a cerluln
amount of sntlBfnction thnt his Ideas
have boen so thoroughly proven.
Those rosponslblo for his separation
from the service would have done
welt had they Ignored the comparat
ively inconsequential cnusos that
brought about thnt action, and re
tained in the poraonnel of tho Shipp
ing Board nn export of such demon
strated nblllty.
SURVEY OF CITY FINDS
As a result of iho rocont survey
for nurses In thla city made by the
teuchors of this district, it was learn
ed that Itosoburg tins tour grndtiuto
nurses, five undergraduate mm-os,
four mldwlves, 16 practical nuraea
nnd 1 G womon who have taken the
Rod CroftR course ofTcrcd from time
to time. This niakos a total of 4 4
who have uocomo onrollod In tho cpii
rus for nurses being taken In this
town for the information of the gov
ernment. ThlR doeB hot mean that
those who huvo tilled out tho blanks
have In any way bound themselves
subject to call from tho government,
nlthough it Is posslblo that some of
thorn will ho nsKca, not compoltcd,
to offer their sorvices. In an article
In the Portland Telegram Tuesday
It was slnted that 10.000 nut-Boa wore
now nooded by he government for
the various hospitals and reconstruc
tion camps at homo and abroad.
Should the war continue until spring
26,000 will be needed and It it ob-
vlous that tne noea for care for the
sick and wounded will be great and
it is not anticipated that wfieriover
It Is possible, one woman who Is ab.e
to give her services to this noble
cause, will be found shirking her
duty and responslbilly.
The above statistics do not include
the Fullerton and hospital districts
as the reports for those sections have
not yet oeen received by Superin
tendent Smith. ' s;
II OF
In a telegram Just received we are
advised that the executive committee
of the United War Work Campaign
has asked lor a fifty per cent increase
in the amount previously asked for.
making the grand total aproxlmately
two hundred and fifty million dollarB,
of which Douglas county's quota will
be $30,000. Since the budget was
agreed upon four months ago, the
size of our army has almost doubled.
The possibility of an early ending of
the war Increases the urgency for the
greater work by the Beven socloties
represented in the coming drive. Doc
tor Mott says that the .thing., that
weaken the morale are war-weariness.
Idleness and uncertainty. We
must strengthen the morale by phys
ical tomforts, contentment, enter
tainment, change and refreshment of
mind, and above all the backing at
home, and pure religion.
UNITED WAR WORK CAMPAIGN
- COMMITTEE, OF DOUOI.AS CO.
P. O. EXAMINATION.
An examination has been announc
ed to be held at your office on Dec.
14, 1918, for the position of fourth
class postmaster at Uden bower and
in the event application are filed you
will be expected to conduct the ex
amination. Persons making Inquiry
should be informed: that the applica
tion blanks and instructions to ap
plicants may be obtained either at
the place of the vacancy or from this
Commission, and further, that If they
can not submit applications In time
to receive written authority from the
Commission to enter the examina
tion, they may by reporting be per
mitted to compete, subject to subse
quent filing of applications, provided
there are extra papers.
EXAMINATION BE HKIjI) NOV. 30.
October 29 1918.
The United States Civil Service
Commission announces that examin
ations for forest and field clerk and
for clerk with knowledge of steno
graphy or typewriting will be held
in this city on Novemlfer 30, 1918.
From the register resulting from
the forest and field clerk examina
tion, positions In the Forest Service,
$1100 to $1500 per ahum, and In the
Reclalmntlon and other Field service
at $1000 to JloOO per anum, will
be filled.
The forest and field clerk exam
ination requires a knowledge of
bookkeeping, -stenography and type
writing. Applicants must have had
at leaBt one years' clerical experience
in a business office.
For Information and application
blank, apply to the Local Secretary,
Board of Cillv Service Examiners,
this city, or to the Secretary, 11th
U. S. Civil Service District. 303 Post
Office Building, Seattle, Washington
If you want to cut down your but
ter bills, J. C. Kaegl, of Wilbur, will
tell you about Columbia Brand Oleo-
margine. Kor sale at 46c per
pound. n-9
NOTICE OF HAI.H OF ROHEI1UIIG
CITY PROPERTY.
Notice Is hereby given thnt the un
dersigned Trustoe In Bankruptcy of
T. R. Sherfdnn, a bnnkrpt, will re
ceive at his office in Roseburg, Ore
gon, up to noon of Novoinber 9th,
1918, sealed bids for the purchase
of the following- real proporty of said
estate, being located on the west
side of Jackson street, between Oak
nnd WnBhington streets, in the City
of Roseburg, Oregon, to-wlt:
The undlvldod one-half Interest In
and to the S 1-2 of Lot 2 nnd the
North 49 ft. 8 1-2 In. of Lot 1 in
Block 29 of the City of Roseburg.
Said proporty is to be sold free
from all liens nnd Judgment and is
to includo a deed from tho wlfo of
said T. R. Sheridan conveying Lll
her right of dower. No bid will be
considered for a leas sum than
$6500.00 and the Trustoe reserves
tho right to roject any nnd all hlda.
Tho nwnrn of said property by the
Trustee will be subject to confirma
tion by the court. Possossion will
be given to the purchaser Immediate
ly upon tho 'conclusion of the pur
chase.
This Is the Inst opportunity that
will be offored for the purchase of
this property.
n-7-d A. N. ORCUTT. trustee.
NOSE CLOGGED FROM
,A COLD 0R.CATARRH
Apply Cream in' Nostrils To
Open Up Air Passages.
Ah I What relief I Yeur clogged nos
trils open right up, the air passages of
your.head are clear and you can breatho
freely. No more hawking, snuffling,
mucouB discharge, headache, dryness no
struggling for breath at night, your cold
or catarrh is gone.
Don't stay stuffed up I Get a small
bottle of Ely's Cream Balm from your
druggist now. Apply a littlo of this
fragrant, sntiseptio cream in your nos
trlls, let It penetrate through evory air
passage of th head) soothe and heal
the swollen, inflamed luuoous membrane,
giving you Instant relief. ' Ely's Cream
Balm is Just what every old and ca
tarrh sufferer has been seeking. Jt's
just splendid.
New Waists and Skirt s!
. , ., . - .-. -x .
You Will Be Delighted with the Styles and the Prices Also
Coats. Suits and Dresses
We have new ones coming in every few days,
You will be interested step in and see them
BURCHARD'S
131 North Jackson St.
0 CITY NEWS &
Don't forget J. M, Judd's ad. n-7
Deputy Sheriff Hopkns, of Can-
yonvllle, was a visitor in the city to
day.
Phone llf'ZO lor wood. R. Stubbs,
1'elrose. tf
When In Oakland ask J. T. Bridges
about Columbia Brand Oleomargine.
It's the best, 45c per pound. n-9
See J. M. Judd quick ror gray oats
and vetch seed. n-7
J. R. Wyalt, of Portland, Is visit
ing with his parents, who live near
this city.
See J. M. Judo, for gray oats and
vetch. See him quick. n-7
T. F. Fisher was in tho city from
Sutherlln looking after business
matters.
Leave your subscriptions for
magazines with Alden Harness at the
Fiction Library. nip
Ben Bullwinkle, the Riddle Merch
ant, was in the city Wednesday with
the ballot boxes from that precinct.
Subscriptions for magazines solic
ited. Fiction Library. N-30
A. S. Ireland, of Olalla, camo in
with the ballot box and he returns
from his precinct today.
Oo to tne orand anil and order
fresh Eastern oysters, served in tiny
style. tf
The next thing to butter is Colum
bia Brand Oleomargine. Ask us
about It. For sule at 45c per pound.
Harness, Johnson & Chandler. n-9
Have your duds cieauea ana press
ed by Sloper, the cleaner and preBser.
All work promptly attended to and
..Ulsfactlon guaranteed. tf
Contractor J. B. Runynn and L.
T. Gibson are at the Olenbrook farm,
near Riddle, where some extensive
Improvements are being made to the
building on that place.
Milk is the only feed, thnt will
satisfy the whole family. ?3.75 per
nut, by the Mo Roseburg Dairy &
Soda Works. t
L. Holt, of Topponlsh, Wash., who
Is on his way to California, to pass
the winter in tnat state for the be
nefit of his health, passed Wednesday
In this city.
Riunyan's Oaraens are now ready
to take orders for dahlia bulbs.
Place your order now for your bulbB
to be delivered nexc May. Phoue 38-J.
204 W. Mosher St. tf
C. D. Fracler. or the nunrterinn-atet-8
department of the United States
army, wns In the city Wednesday.
nogotlntlng for government comman
deering of he prune crop in tills
vicinity.
CLASSIFIED COLUMN
FOR SALE Steam wood saw and
chopper on trucks. Phone I3F2
TOR SALE Apples and cider. L,
H. SUinncr ft Son. Phone 2SF-2
CORN FOR SALE $2.50 per 100
pounds. J. A. Hewitt, Roseburg,
Route 2.
FOR SALE One span mules, weight
2400 pounds. Inquire W. C. Hen-
derer, Anlquf, Oregon.
FOR SALE Eight lots nnd small
house good location, city water,
etc., $486. Inquire News. w
FOR SALE Pair of horses, weight
about 2000. Phone 14F14. Or will
trade for cattle.
GEESE FOrt 8ALB 40 Tolouse
geese for sale, cheap. Inqutro
1-F21, Address C. C. Long, Cleve
land, ore. tf
FOR SALE Or will exchange for
smalt Btock ranch, block of Rose
burg property, small house, some
fruit trees. Inquire at News. w
FOR SALE "The Roseburg Cafe
teria". A big bargain for quick
sale. "The Best Money-maker In
town". tf
RESTAURANT FOR SALE A good
paying uusinoss. inquire at the
Grand Grill. Reason for selling,
want to lonve.
FOR SALE CHEAP Six room bun
galow, inoclorn, and' vory conven
iently arranged. Terms. 110 Brock
way stroot. Pleaso call; do not
phone, n-8
SQUARE STORE
FOR SALE Nico gray oats and clean
vetch seed; some oats and cheet
mixed; seed wheat. J. M. Judd.
FOR SALE Splendid butcher busi
ness in rich town near Roseburg.
D. N. Mclnturff, Oakland, Oro
gon. tf
FOR SALE One 8-Inch swivel orch
ard plow, $10; ne 4-foot exten
sion orchard dies, $25; one nearly
new 2 1-2 Inch wagon with pole
and shafts. Chas. Insley, 1 1-2
miles weBt of Oreen station.
FOR SALE .OR TRADE Draft
horse, will work anywhere. True
and sound, aUo double work har
ness. Will trade for 2nd hand
mower and hay rake, or a bargain
for cash. Phone 11F25. MelroBe.
HORSES From colls to 1500
pounds weight; will trade for
young cattle, or for a Ford. Will
be in Roseburg after Friday, Sep
tember 13. Inquire at The Newc
office. Henry Kernan.
FOR SALE Small white soup beans
10c per pound; ripe and green to
matoes 40c bushel; Green beans,
2c per pound, pick 'em yourself.
1326 Umpqua av.. West Roseburg.
I. Harrelson.
FOR SALE. Cadillac 6-passenger
car in tirstclass repair, just been
overhauled, practically new tires,
Bosh magneto. $600 If taken im
mediately. B. F. Nichols, Riddle,
. Oregon.
Monday, Bargain
Day at the
Roseburg Cleaning
-AND
Pressing Works!
Men's SUlts French Dry Cleaned
and Pressed for $1.00. All work
given prompt attention. Bargain
day prices do not include calling
for or delivering clothes.
G. W. SLOPER
308 N. Jackson.
Chalmers
Mitchell
Maxwell
Motor Cars
and Trucks
Electric Light and
Power Plants
for Farm and Country
Homes.
H. MERTEN
Roseburg, Oregon.
Why is a Dries: mason like a low
motivo? Because he has a tender.
t-'or a tender steak
A Juicy chop,
Direct your footsteps
To ourlkhop.
Our sasrs are sharpi
Cleavers, too
We'll trim them np
Just rteht for von.
1 HE ECONOMY MARKET
STOP AT TUB
GRAND HOTEL
CASS. STREET
nOSKUURd
The Exclusive Ladies' Shop
WANTED.
SEWING WANTED Call at 618 So.
Main st.
WANTED Retoucher at C. W. Clark
Photo btudlo, 125 Cass St.
WANTED 10,000 gram sacks Ber
ger's Junk Shop. Phone 182.-
WANTED Pantry woman at the
Umpqua Hotel. Apply at once,
WANTED Old magazines' in 20 to
30 lb. bundles, tied up, at Berger's
Junk Shop. Phone 182. tf
WANTED-To buy 6000 second hand
sacks. Spot Cash Basket Grocery.
A. o. Dunlap.
WANTED Four men; four dollars
per day and eight hours. Grants
Pass Construction Co., Dlllard,
Oregon.
WANTED Eggs, hides and 8,000
second hand sacks. Spot Cash
Basket Grocery, A. G. Dunlap,
proprietor.
WANTED Scraip iron, metal, rub
ber, rags, chlttlm bark, bides and
wool. Berger's Junk Shop. Phone
WANTED A day cook and a .light
cook;- dishwasher and chamber
maid. Write or telephone at once.
Clarke Hotel, Glendale, Ore.
WANTED Young man who wishes
to learn a trade that pays top wa
ges; one who lives at homo and
1 who is a hustler. Aavancement is
fast. Ada: ess In own hand, B. T,
care News.
FOR RENT.
i-OR RENT A two-room furnished
Hat. Close In. 119 W. Lane.
run itrjiN-r. su-acre ranch, 30 .ac
res creek bottom land ready for
plow. C. Merrill, 509 Mill sreet
n-7
MISCELLANEOUS.
WELL DRILLING R. E. Helnsel
man. Roseburg, Route 1.
FOR RENT Hotel Umpqua has
special rates by week or month
ifor permanent guests. Inquire of
manager ror particulars.
TO EXCHANGE Block of city res
idence property, well located, par
tially Improved, for lot and house
of five or six rooms. Address E.
A., care News.
NOTICE The parties who took two
maltose kittens from- 606 South
Pine street twill 'nlease return
them o the rpemlses, and no ques
tions win be asked.
STRAYS-Taken up at O'Brien ranch
6 head of cattle 2 cows, 2 heifers,
2 steers. Crop in both cars. Own
,er can have same by paying for
keep and advertising. C. C. Wea
ver, Rt. 1, Box 116, Roseburg.
MRS. I. B. MOORE
Teacher Progressive Series Piano
Lessons, Harmony, Theory.
I 811 Hamilton st. phone 187-R,
Heinline Piano School
For
ALL GRADES PIANO STUDENTS
Children's Fundamental Classes' a
Specialty.
424 Perkins Uidg. Phone 890
DR. M. H. PIAUER.
Licensed Cliiropractic Physician.
222 W. Lane St., Roseburg. Ore.
Consultation, examination tree.
Office Honrs 9 to 5 Phone 153
Chiropractic and Electrical
Treatments.
DR. S. L. DeLAPP
Osteopathic Physician ft Surgeon
Phm.es: 217-218 Perkins Bldg.
Office 110
Ilea. -i.VI-.l. lloscbnrg. Ore.
MRS. F. D. OWEN
Out Flowers, Potted Plant,
Funeral Designs, Wedding Pnu.
quets, etc.
FOR SALE AT
"THE FERN"
lit Cass St. Roseburg, Ore.
PHONE 240
DR. K. L. MILLER
Physician and Surgeon.
Ground Floor Masonic Building,
corner Cass and Main 8ts.
Phone 1S2.
House 63
Anvantages
THE farmer, the merchant and the housewife equally
en;oy these features of a Checking Account at The Ump
qua Valley Bank. ,
1. Convenience in paying bills.
2. Record of financial transactions.
3. Safety in handling money.
If YOU haven't a checking account . J .
let us help you open one.
the UMPQUfl
. ROSEBURO.,
JUST ARRIVED
New Models in Langham High Suits
Sizes From
32 to 35
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.
J. H. SINNICER
SHEET
METAL
Or ALL KINDS
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. ABk us about it,
J. G. FLOOK & CO.
Roseburg Phone 100
DELCO-LIGHT
The complete Electric Light and
Power PUnt
Economical in operation. Runs
on kerosene, gasoline or gas.
R. E. HARNESS
Roseburg .... Oregon
Fire and Auto Insurance
Protect yourself from loss with
one of our properly written insur
ance policies.
6. W.Y0UN6 & SON, INSURANCE
116 Cass Street Roseburg, Ore.
Jersey Creamery Butter
1-4 lb. Prints
FRESH DAILY.
DOUGLAS COUNTY CREAMERY
WORK
of a
Checking Account
VJILLETJ bank
t OREGON
REMEMBER
Do you wish to be remembered by
your loved ones? If so, set the
example by placing a pretty Mon
ument or Headstone upon the
grave of your dear Father, Mothei
Brother, Sister, Husband, Wife or
Child. We are in a position to
serve you best. Come in and see
what we have to offer. We do all
kinds of cemetery work and our
prices are very reasonable. -
Peoples Marble & Granite Works
W. E. Mars tors, proprietor, 602
N. Jackson Street,
or
G. W. Young & Son, 116 Cass St
Roseburg, Oregon.
Judd'sFeed&SaleStore
Extra nice clean wncat; extra nice
clean barley; mixed English Rye
Grass; Groy ana Wlilte Oats; Tall
Hay Cheat; some nice clean Vetch.
Rolled Oats, Rolledi Barley, Mill
Run, Alfalfa Meal, Holstino Dairy
Feed, Scratch Feed and E. T. C.
30 tons of nice Alfalfa Hay, 30
tons of good Oat.Hay, some second
grade Hay cheap.
One good Ford Touring Car in
good shape. One Ford Oar with
delivery body on it.
One Buick Six, 5 passenger car in
fine shape, only been used about 8
months.
A few good stoves, (plows, o.e.
DOSf'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 yon
smile.
J. M. JUDD
Empire Barn.
Roseburg
SHOE ECONOMY
Have worn shoes repaired by re
liable workman. Prices right.
W. S. HOWARD, 214 Jackson St
REAL ESTATE
City and Farm Property, Winches,
tor bay ana Westlake Town Dots.
GEO ROB RITER,
1SI Wt Oak Btreot
A IS