The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920, November 13, 1918, Page 2, Image 2

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THK EVENING NEWS WEDNESDAY, XOVKMHKR lit, 1H18
THE i EVENING NEWS
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B. W. BATES BERT O. BATES
ISSUED DAILY EXCEPT 8TJNDAV,
Subscription Ratee-Dally.
Per year, by mall, la county..8
Per year, outside of county. 4
Weekly.
Per year..
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Six months
Entered 00 second-class matter,
November S, 1009, at Roseburg, Ore.
under act of Maroh 8, 18 iv.
uvmiiim nn AHflOOIATED PRESS.
The Associated Press Is exclusively
entitled to the use for republication
of all news dispatches credited to It
or not otherwise credited in this
una a Till Ju, tllM I(Wa1 IIMH DUO
llshed herein. All rights of republi
cation 01 specuu aispauuietf utwvw
are also reserrea.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1018
BRAZEN AFFRONT.
The following, taken from
the
Portland Telegram Is a good Bomple
of the Brazen Affront displayed
many publications who nra Borved
the United Press service:
Defending the most notorious fake
in the history of journalism, the
Portland Journal tries to drag In The
Toleeram by charglnc tnt The Te
legram la quite as unreliable r& the
Journal. On that point, let the peo
ple of the Pacific Northwest be the
judge.
But in the present case The Tole
grom Is, not on trial The Journal
was Indicted at the liar of public
opinion' for unparalleled mendacity,
and found guilty. So was the United
Press.
Briefly summarized, the case
' Against the Journal and the United
'Press disclosed the facts: The press
association sent out a report which
was 100 per cent He. We have the
unsupported word of the correspon-
dent that he learned from Admiral
Wilson at Brest that an, armistice
had been signed, but It Is absolutely
unbelievable that Admiral Wilson
fixed the hour of the signature, or
that he stated that hostilities ceased
three hours later. This cabled report
was an unmitigated untruth.
. No right-minded porson censures
the Journal for publishing the origl
Mai dispatch. It came In the regular
. way and had the earmark of genuine'
ness. But within an hour tho Jour
nal knew that the report had been
discredited by every other news
agency. Within two hours It had
been officially discredited by London
Paris and Washington, Yet In its
regular editions Wie Journal repeated
the lie, amplified by manufactured
corroborative detail. It continued
the bluff at least eight hcurs after
every respectable newspaper In the
unuea status Had announood autho
' rltatlvoly that the armistice had not
oeen signed.
The Journal was not responsible
for the original fake, but public ODln
Ion has condemned It for persistently
circulating a bald-faced lie several
hours after It knew to a cortalntv
that it contained not one grain of
truth. An honorable newspaper
woum nave reit the duty of circulat
ing a retraction at the earllost nnn.
elble moment; if not a retraction, at
least a doubt.
There can be ana Is no defonse for
uie journal. 11 stands oonvlcted In
me racillc northwest as the cons
vitniceiess rurveyor or untruth
The patrons of the United Press
service having been deliberately In
veigled Into spreading broadcast the
inoBt damnable llo ever fostered on
an Intelligent public are now trying
to "apply the s-.Mve " to the wound
Tiie 11. p, '"exclusive" peace propa
ganda was a regular pro-Gorman ut
torance, and tho lenst said about the
matter by the supporters of the rank
Imposition and' lalsohood the hotter
for all concernod-iospeclully the pub
lications who use that grapevlno
service.
Don't Imagine thnt because an ar
mtstice has been signed that It re
llovos you from all obligations to
subscribe to future war funds. Tho
present drive Is Juot as Important, in
fact, more bo, than boforo tho ar
mistice was signed. Wo must koop
hoys over there well supplied until
poaco has been proclaimed by Pros!
dent Wilson and then somo.
It was Tho News, through tho old
reliable Associated Protts, that flrot
Informed tho citizens of Itoseburg
and vicinity thnt the armistice had
boon signod. The New was respons
ible ror the general alarm glvon iiiul
when It became known tho roport was
not from tho "fako" press servlco the
"big thing" started and tho colobra-
tlon was oi hummer.
After Tho livening Nowu announc
ed the armistice had been Blrrned our
contemporary throw Its hat In the air
and yellod like a coyote. It's a wise
guy that knows when to open the
cavity In his faoo but tho Associat
ed Pross reports make 'em nil Bit up
nnd take notice.
Tho alleged fact that our contem
porary had a bulletin posted before
the Are whlstlo blow, Btntlug the ar
mistice hnd been slgnod. Is not evi
dence thnt anybody know of tho oc
curranoe, other than himself, and if
they did. probably thought It a fake.
We mlRht throw a rope around the
KolBor'B neck and exhibit him to tho
world as the greatest oeast of anrlont
or modern times. Then, as a flnnl
disposition, place him in one of
Uncle Sam's monster guns nd shoot
Jilui across "No Man's Land."
Hereafter United Press paper will
become negotiable as soon rs prop
erly indorsed by the Associated Press,
and not befora. Portland Telegram.
Be a United War Work subscriber
If it takes the lest cent you havo,
DON'T BE AFRAID TO
CORVALLIS, Nov. 11. Skim milk
contains not only the right proteins
but everything else including mineral
matters needed for the growth of the
young.
"Don't be afraid of Bklm milk just
because It has a low commercial
value," says D. V. Chappell, assistant
professor of dairying at the Oregon
Agricultural College. "Everyone
knows that whole milk is an indls-
penslble food ror the young. It Is
comparatively economical in the diet
of the adult. The only nutrient la
ken from It In skimming is the but-
terrat.
'.All of the sugar, which 1b approxl
mutely Ave per cent, all of tho mln-
oral matter, -and all of the protein
remain after skimming. As a tissue
builder skim milk Is the equivalent
of whole milk, but not as an energy
amu neat producer. The tissue buld
ing materials are usually contained
In the more expensive foods, such as
eggsand meat, while tho heat yield
ing materials are largely found in the
cheaper foods, Buch as bread and po-
Kiocent experiments show that
sKim nuiK contains an unknown sub-
uunoe (vitanunes) absolutely essen
tlal to the normal growth and devel-
unumuni or tne vonnrr Thlo ,!,
stance is found In but few other
roods. A really successful substitute
iiiUl or BKHn milk has not yet
honn. found " '
ORDERS FOR PURE MILK.
Send in your orders for pure Milk
J3.75 per qt. At Deer Creen Jersey
Dairy. IRA HULL, proprietor. N-25
PRUNING. .
Have your fruit or inma..i
trees, vines or- bushes pruned by a
man with practical experience; write.
-juuis H. BEKOojJJ,
Roseburg, Oregon.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice Is hereby elven tlmt.11,0
undersigned has been duly appointed
by the County Court of the st.ito nr
uregon ror Douglas County, admini
strator of the estate of Louisa Arvll
la Wilson, aeceased. All persons hav
ing cuuiiiB against said estate are
oy required to present the same to
me, .properly verified, as bv law re
quired, at my office at RosHhin-o-
Oregon, within six months irom this
dnte.
Dated November 1 4th, 1918.
B. L. EDDY,
Administrator of the estate of
Louisa Arvllla Wilson, deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice Is hereby given that the
undorslgned has boon duly appointed
by the County Court of the State of
Oregon for Doufjlas County, admini
strator of tho , estate of Henry
Wltte, deconcod. All persons having
claims against said estate, are here
hereby required to present the same
to me, properly verllled, as by law re-
uirort, at two ofllce of B. L. Eddv.
Attorney-at-ljaw, of Roaeburg, Ore-
ron, within six months from this dnte.
Ku.gu.u.l 111.11, Itfie,
1'ANNY WITTB,
Administrator of the estate of I
Henry Wltto, deceased
NOTION.
To all whom It may concern:
Notice Is hereby given: That on
the 4th day of October A. I). 1918.
thero was filed In the office of the
comity Clerk of Douglas County, Ore-
ME SALTS TO
FLUSH KIDNEYS
Eat leu meat if you feel Baokaohy or
maaaer troubles you Baits is
fine for Kidneys.
Meat forma uric acid which sxtlfoa
and overworks the kidneys in their efforts
10 niier it irora tlte system. Regular eat
ers of moat must flush the kidnern iwa.
sionally. You must rolievo them like you
reneve your roweist removing all the
acids, waate and poison, eUo you feel a
dull misery In tho kidney region, sharp
pains in tho back or siok headache, dli
zineaa, your stomach sours, tonoue Is
coated and whon the weather Is bid you
have rhcumatio twinges. The urine Is
oloudy, full of sediment! tho channels
oft get irritated, obliging you to get
up two or three times during the night.
To noutraliie thcio. irritating acids
and flush olT the body's urinous wnsto
get about four ounces of Jud Salts
from any pharmaoyi take a table
spoonful in a glass of water before break
fast for a few days and your kidneys will
then not fine and bladder disorders die
appear. This famous salsa is made from
the acid of grapes and lemon juice, com.
bincd with llthla, and has been used for
generations to clean and stimulate slug-
in Kiunoys ana stop bladder Irritation.
d Salts, is inexpensive! harmless and
makes a dollnhtful effervescent lithia-
water drink which millions of men and
women take now and then, thus avoiding
erions kidney and bladder diseases.
New Waists and Skirts!
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
131 North Jackson St.
Bon, a petition of more than 100
legal voters of. sold Douglas County,
requesting the County Clerk to cmjbo
notice to be given that at the General
election to be held November 5th,
1918, a vote-would be taken For and
Against stock running at lare with
in said Douglas County, Oregon. And
WHEREAS, notice was duly given as
by law required on the 6th day of
Octobey, 1918, that such vote would
be taken at such election. For and
Against stock running at largo with
in said Douglas County, And
WHEREAS at such election a ma
jority of all votes east on said quest
ion were against stock running at
large, towlt:
For stock running at large, 1046
YES,.
Against Btock running
2237 NO.
at large,
NOW THEREFORE, I, E. H. Len
ox, County Clerk of Douglas County,
Oregon, do liereoy give notice by pub
lication in the Roseburg Review,
newspaper of general circulation
Douglas County, Oregon, and In The
Umpqua Valley' News, a newspaper
of general circulation in Douglas
County, Oregon, that from and after
sixty daj'B from the date of this no
tice, it shall be unlawful for stock
to run at large within Douclas Conn
ty, Oregon, under a penalty of SI 0.00
for the first offense and S20.00 for
each and evory subsequent offense, to
bo recovered from the owner of tho
stock, In a civil action In the name
of the State of Oregon, before a Just-
Ice of the Peace In the District
which such owner or keeper,
oither of them may reside, and
there be no Justice of the Peace in
such district, then before any justice
of the peace in tho County, and
shall be the duty of each constable
In any Justice of the Peace district,
and of each Road supervisor in any
road district to enforce the provi
sions of this section; And such pen
nlty shall be for the benefit of, and
when collected, paid into the Com
mon school fund of Douglas County,
Oregon, within sixty days after such
animal is proved to bo at large.
ThlB notice to be published for
three consecutive weeks, the first
publication being the 11th day of No
vember 1918.
Dated at Roseburg, Dou,ias Coun
ty, Oregon, thiB 14th day of Novem
ber 1918.
E. H. LENOX,
County Clerk of Douglas County,
Oregon. "-
CLASSIFIED COLUMN
tor SALE Annies and elder. L,
B. Skinner ft Son. Phone "28F-2
FOR SALE Fresh Jersey cow
cheap. F. A. Clemens, Edenbowen
FOR SALE Two fresh cows; two
'more fresh In one week. Fred
Wnmback.
FOR SALE 8 pullets nnd 4 old
lions; Plymouth Rock. Phone
270-Y. n-13
FOR SALE Pair of horses, weight
about 2500. Phone 14F14. Or will
trade for cattle.
FOR SALE One span null en, weight
2400 pounds. Inquire W. 0. Hen-
dorer. Anlauf, Oregon,
GEESE FOrt SALE 40 Tolouse
geese for sale, cheap. Inquire
1-F21. Address C. C, Long, Cleve
land. Ore. tf
FOR SALE Splendid butcher busi
ness In rich town near Roseburg.
D. N. Mclnturff, Oakland, Ore
gon, if
LARGE RANCHERS Small farms.
nil kinds of city property, timber
lands, lor sale or trade. See Mer
rill, the trader. 604 Mill st.
BLACKSMITH BUSINESS In large
, town, doing big business, to trad
for ranch. See Merrill, the trader
604 Mill Btroot.
I OR SALE Or will exchnnge for
small stock ranch, block of Rose
burg property, small house, some
fruit trees. Inquire at News.
FOR SALE "The 'Roseburg Cafe
teria", A big bargain for quick
Biilo. "The Best Money-maker In
town". tf
PIGS FOR SALE. Duroo Jersev.
thorougliored, from three months
old up. The Overland Orchards,
Roseburg, Oregon.
FOR SALE Ono grny goldlng, grade
i-ercneroiK 3 years old. Geo. Tel
ford, Happy Vanoy. P. O. address.
Roseburg, Oregon.
FOR SALE You will want Bourbon
Rod Turkey toms nnd hons; Duroi
Joiney gilts; ono 6-months oil
male; one 20-nionths old male, and
one or two bred sows, all subject
to registry. A. S. Jenkins & Sons
Roseburg.
BURCHARD'S
SQUARE STORE
FOR, SALE Eignt lots and Bmall
house, good location, city water',
etc., t485. Inquire News. w
FOR SALE Breeding Cockerels
S. C. White Leghorns J1.60 each.
uaicnea irom my best-laying, trap
nested hens. . Helen C. Leeper,
Oakland, Oregon.
FOR SALE. Cockerels.' One large
Buff Orpington, S3; 1 Oregon O.
A. C. stock, $3; 1 White Leghorn,
O. A. C. stock, fl.60., Fred Goff,
Elkton, Oregon!
WHOLE) ROOT Well rooted Italian
prune trees, $14.96 per 100; large
lots less. Strawberry plants, grape
vines and all -kinds of nursery
otnntf of Inw k.I... T . I
: M- u,,u. x Kill uui 111
the trust. C. Merrill, 604 Mill st.
FOR SALE One 8-inch swivel orch
ard plow, 810; -ne 4-foot exten
sion orchard dies, $26; one nearly
new 2 1-2 inch wagon with pole
and shaftB. Chna. Insley, 1 1-2
mllea west of Green station.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Draft
horse, will work anywhere. True
and sound, also double work har
ness. Will trade for 2nd hand
mower and hay rake, or a bargain
for cash. Phone 11F26. Melrose.
HORSES From coltB to 1500
pounds weight; will trade foi
young cattle, or for a Ford. Will
be In Roseburg after Friday, Sep-
temoer 13. inquire at The News
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 iirstciass repair, just been
overhauled, practically new tires.
Bosh magneto. 8500 tf taken Im
mediately. B. F. Nichols, Riddle,
Oregon.
FOR SALE A few more Bronz Tur
ksys, Toulouse Geese, Pekin Ducks,
a. trio of Indian Runners, show
birds; Buff Orpington, Brown Leg
horns, Cockerels. Order before the
20th. Blue Stem, Red Chaff and
Ninety-Day Wheat. Big Red Den
ver Strawberry plants, none better.
Order at once. Polnnd China pigs;
one 16 months old boar. Will
trade for stock hogs. E. A. Kruse,
Roaeburg, Oregon.
Ford Cars
FOR SALE
New 1918 Model, Electric
Starter, Speedometer and
other extras.
1918 Model, run 3500 miles,
some extras.
1917 Model, in excellent
shape, looks like new.
1915 Model, Reinforced,
Shock Absorbers, just
overhauled & guaranteed.
1915 Roadster a bargain.
The above are all in ex
cellent shape and rare bar
gains and will not last long.
Ford Garage
Chalmers
Mitchell
Maxwell
Motor Cars
and Trucks
Electric Light and
Power Plants
for Farm and Country
Homes.
H. MERTEN
Roscborg, Oregon.
Thexclusive Ladies' Shop
WANTED.
WANTED Retoucher at C. W. Clark
Photo btudlo, 125 Cass st.
WANTED 10,000 grain. sacks Ber
ger's Jnnk Shop. Phone 182.
WANTED experienced girl wnnts
general house vork. Address 2122
care News. n-11
WANTED Old magazines In 20 to
30 lb. bundles, tied up, at Berger's
Junk Shop. Phone 182. tf
WANTED 'Eggs, hides and 8,000
second hand sacks. Spot Cash
Basket Grocery, A. G, Dunlap,
WANTED Four men; four dollars
per day and eight hours. Grants
Pass Construction Co., Dlllard,
Oregon.
WANTED Scrip iron, metal, rub
ber, rags, chittlm bark, hides and
wool. Berger's Junk Shop.-Phone
182.
WANTED A day cook and a .light
cook; dishwasher and chamber
maid. Write or telephone at once,
Clarke Hotel, Glendale, Ore,
"T
WANTED Young man who wishes
to learn a trade that pays top wa
ges; one who lives at homo and
who Is a hustler. Aavancement is
fast. Adu ess In own hand, B. T.,
care News.
FOR RENT.
i-OR RENT A two-room furnished
flat. Close in. US W. Lane.
FOR RENT Five room furnished
house within one block of Umpqua
Hotel. Phone-47.
MISCELLANEOUS.
WELL DRILLING R. E. Helnsel
man, Roseburg, Route 1.
FOR RENT Hotel Umpqua has
special rates by week or month
for permanent guests. Inquire of
manager ror particulars.
FOR TRADE computing counter
scale, cost $126, will trade for
good cow. B. T. Collins, Soldiers'
Home. -
EXCHANGE Nebraska Income pro
perty to trade for good Oregon
farm. G. M. Green, Melrose, Ore.
Phone 6F13
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.
LOST Ladies' purse con
taining $120 in bills besides
silver. A bank book with
name was in purse. Finder
please leave at News office
and receive reward. F. An
dreatta. Jli
MRS. I. B. MOORE
Teacher Progressive Series Piano
Lessons, Harmony, Theory.
Oil Hamilton st. Phone 167-R.
Heinline Piano School
For
ALL GRADES PIANO STUDENTS
Children's Fundamental lasses a
Specialty.
421 Perkins Bldg. Phone 800
DR. M. H. PLYLEK.
Licensed Chiropractic Physician.
222 W. Lane St.. Roseburg, Ore.
Consultation, examination tree.
Office Honrs 0 to 5 Phone 1S2
Chiropractic and Electrical
Treatments.
DE. S. L. DeLAPP
Osteopathic Physician a Burgeon
Pbouesi 217-218 Perkins Bldg.
Of ace 119
Ros. -t.H-J. Rosobnrg, Ore.
MRS. F. D. OWEN
Out Flowers, Potted Plants,
Funeral Designs, Wedding Bnn.
nnets, etc.
FOR SALE AT
THE FERN"
111 Cass St. Rosebnrg, Ore.
PHONE 840
DR. K. L. MILLER
Physician and Surgeon.
Ground Floor Masonic Building,
omr Cass and Main Sts.
Phone 132.
House ES
A iJ.llT
For Your
Our Boys
THAT'S what this United Whr Work Campaign Is on
for this week. The Y. M. CU- KnightB of Columbus,
Jewish Welfare League-as well as the other four orga- -nlzatlons
participating each plays its important part ,
in looking after the physical, moral and mental welfare
. of our DouglaB County Boys in bheServlce.
Be generous with your contribu
tion. The Umpqua Valley Bank will
help you SAVE what you give.
JOHN M. THRONE, Cashier.
the UttPQUfl YHLLEV bank
ROSEBURG
FOR YOU WHO
Never Will Be Called!
Uncle Sam will not buy,
THAT WINTER OUTFIT
Now, So Why Wait?
Just arrived a snappy line of Men's and young
men's Overcoats in all the new shades and stripes.
J. H. SINKER
SHEET
METAL
OF 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. Ask us about it,
J. G. FLOOK & CO.
Roseburg Phone 100
DELCO -LIGHT
The complete Electric Light and
Power Plant
Economical In operation. Runs
on kerosene, gasoline or gas.
R. E. HARNESS
Koseburg - - - Oregon
Fire and Auto Insurance
Protect yourself from loss with
one of our properly written Insur
ance policies.
G, W. YOUNG & SON, INSURANCE
118 Cass Street Rosebnrg, Ore.
Jersey Creamery Butter
1-4 lb. Prints
FRESH DAILY. -
DOUGLAS COUNTY CREAMERY
WORK
r3 tf a
Boys and
OREGON
I(MEMUER
Do yon wish to be remembered by
your loved ones? - If so, set the
example by placing a pretty Mon
ument or Headstone upoit the
grave of your dear Father, Mother,
Brother, Sister, Husband, Wife or
Child. Wo 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'S
Feed & Seed Store
Nice, Clean Wheat, Nice, Clean
Barley, some Gray, White and
Red Oats.
Rolled Oats, Rolled Barley,
Mill Feed, Yellow Dent Corn.
Fisher's Egg Mash makes the
hens lay.
Try Fisher s "More Pork" for
hog feed it's gr at.
Alfalfa Hay, Oat Hay, Cheat
hay.
One Fresh Jersey Cow, 6 years
old.
One big, Red Durham Cow, 3
years old and week old calf.
Some bargains in used cars.
One 3-horse gasoline engine.
Feed ground while you wait.
J.M. JUDD
Empire Barn.
Roseburg
SHOE ECONOMY
Hare worn shoes repaired by re
liable workman. Prices' right.
W. 8. HOWARD. 214 Jackson St,
RUAL ESTATE
City and Farm Property, Winches
tcr bay and rVetftlake Town Lets.
GEO RGB 11 ITER.
121 West Oak Btreot..