The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920, November 14, 1918, Page 2, Image 2

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THE i EVENING NEWS
BY
B. W. BATES . BERT Q. BATES
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1018
HOME AND MOTHER. -
When an Ameriean soldier went
"over the top" or when he received
a bullet or shrapnel wound he always
thought of his mother. The French
ipollu thinks of his wife, and the
British Tommy, of his sweetheart.
This fact is borno out by the officers
end doctors who have served in all
three of allied armies. They declare
that when the American soldier Is
wounded the first word on his lips
in almost every case Is "'Mother.'
Even after he Is removed to the hos
pital he calls constantly for his
mother. His British cousin, however.
seems chiefly absorbed in his Sweet
heart, land longs to see her "just
once again," while his French oom
- patriot thinks only of his "femme
blen aimee."
A correspondent at the front asked
a number of soldiers what thought
was most on their minds when they
first left their trenches to attack the
Germans. In nine cases out of ten
the answer was, "of mother and
home." There were a few however,
who safd that as they entered the
battle their minds wore given over
wholly to prayer, although they had
never before, been In the habit of
uraylng. Some of them kept before
them words of encouragement and
counsel contained In letters from rel
atlves. One soldier on the morning of
an attack received a letter from his
mother quoting the Scriptural phrase
"Trust In theLord and no enemy shall
prosper against three." The soldier
went tlirouBh one of the bloodiest
battles of tho war that day and came
out unsJathed. v - ,
TAKEN AT COLLEGE
CORVALLIS, Nov. 1. Now that
Spanish Influenza has been stamped
out at the College, every precaution
is being taken to avoid reinfection,
Dr. ,U L. Bosworth, city health of-
card, is In charge of the S. A. T. C.
health service. Assisting him are
six men from the United States Sani
tary troops and several nurses. Pre
ventive measures are being urged.
Dr. Charles Cross, major In the Unit
edl States medical corps, who was In
charge of the health service for three
weeks, left a few days ago, pronounc
ing the health condition of the Col-
logo to be excellent. Through Major
Cross the College obtained complete
30 bed hospital equipment which was
Installed on the third floor of Waldo
hall In the S. A. T. C. hospital.
.TAKE NEW POSITION
CORVALLIS, Nov. 1. Miss Pearl
Snedekor is the first woman to take
up cow testing association work In
Oregon. The association, listing 761
cows, of which she hlas charge, Is In
Tillamook, ono of the most Important
ohoose sections In the Unltod States.
Tho output of cheese factories In this
locality amounted last year to 4.974,
382 pounds. Miss Snedekor, who re
signed as teacher In a high school to
enter her present eflid, says she much
prefers cow testing to teaching.
IN MEMORIAM.
Waltor Amstoln of Camns Velloy
died of pneumonia resulting from In
fluenza at a hospital at Portland re
cently after an Illness of only a few
days. Walter was employed In the
Portland shipyards. Ho leaves lire
sisters and two brothers to mourn
his loss. They are; Mrs. Mabol Ca
sey, of Hillyard, Wash.; Mrs. Clara
Hlns and Mrs. Dana of Sau Fron
alsco; Mrs. Helen Woodfleld and Miss
Grace of Roseburg. Mr. Otto ASn
teln, who resides on the Amstoln
homestead In Camas Valley and
George who was until recently em
ployed In the Portland shipyards but
Is now 111 with the Influenza at the
hospital and he is 'thought to be
seriously 1U.
Walters death Is the fifth one In
the Amstein family. Mr. Amsteln,
Arthur and .-ellla who died several
years ago end Mrs. AmBteln who has
been dead five years. The body will
be shipped to Roseburg and from
there to Camas Valley where It will
be laid to rest beside the other dear
ones, who have, passed on before.
Another one of us has gone
A voice we love Is stilled,
A place Is vacant in our home
Which never nan be filled.
God In his wisdom has recalled
The boon his love lias given, "
Although the body slumbers hero
The soul Is safe In Heaven.
Walter Amstoln is the first Camas
Valley resident that the Influenza
has claimed as Its victim and the be
reaved family has the sincere sym
pathy of Bieir many friends.
The funeral services were held at
the Martlndule cemetery at Canaan
Valley, Monday, Nov. 11, at 3 p. m.
The Methodist minister of Roseburg
conducted the services. x x x
CITY NEWS 0
Phone Ufzo ior wooa. R. Stubbs,
ueirose. tf
Subscriptions for magazines sollc-
nou. j.' icuon ijiDrary. . n-30
Go to tne Grand Grill and order
iresn eastern oysters, served In any
style. u
, Coffee with cream, Mush with Milk
manes good Breakfasts Phone 186
mr me miik ana croani. tf
Fresh grape Juice at the Overland
Orchards, 60c a gallon. Bring your
containers. Apples, grapes. n-12
Creamed vegetables, creamed toast,
pumpkin pie all, require milk call
up the Roseburg Dairy for the best
milk. tf
Have your duds creaueor ana press-
ou uy oioper, me cleaner ana pressor.
All work promptly attended to and
'tlsractlon guaranteed tf
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE TO CREDIT
ORS.
Notice Is hnrffov
dersigned has been by an Oder of the
vuu,iLjr ut me mate ,or urecon
for Dounlan Pnilntv Am.n'n ril., nn
pointed executor of the last will and
'testament of Gnnrira w A,in,.c,nn
ceased. All persons having claims
against the ostate of George W. Al
derson, deceased, are hreby required
to ipresent the same with propi- vou
chers to the undersigned at the of
flcea of RIpa A n..itt in i. n.t
Oregon, within six months from the
MID ui HUB UUUCU.
Dated at Rosoburg, Orogon, this
i in aay or October, 1918.
JOSHUA E. ALDERSON,
Exeoutor Oi the Last Will and Testa
i.n nt of Go. ge W. Alders, n, die-
, u hope sen. 0-14
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned has been duly appointed
by the County Court of the State of
Oregon for Douglas County, admini
strator of the estate of Louisa Arvil
la WilBon, oeceased. All persons hav
ing claims against said estate are
by required to present the snmo to
me, properly verlned, as by law re
OUlrcd. St HIV nftlcA nt Ifnnahnr.
Oregon, within six months from this
aato.
Dated November 4th, 1918.
B. L. EDDY,
Administrator of the estate of
Louisa Arvllla WilBon, deceased
NOTICE.
To all whom It may concern:
Notice is hereby given: That on
the 4th day of October A. D. 1918,
there wns filed in the office of the
county Clerk of Douglas County, Ore
gon, a potltlon of mora than 100
legal votors of enld Douglas County
roqnostlng the County Clerk to cnusa
notice to be Riven that at the General
election to be held November 6th,
1918, a vote would be tnkon For and
Against stock running nt laro with
in said Douglas County, Oregon. And
WHEREAS, notice was duly given as
by law required on the nth day of
October, 1918, mat such, vote would
be taken at such election, For and
Against stork running at large .with
In said Douglas County, And
WHWREAS nt such election a ma-
STOP CATARRH I OPEN
NOSTRILS AND HEAD
Says Cream Applied In Nostrils
Relieves Hesd-Colds at Once.
If your nostrils aro clogged and your
head Is stulTcil and you can't breatlio
froelv bocauio of a cold or catarrh, juit
get a small bottle of Kly's Cmim Balm
at any drug store. Apply a little ot
this fragrant, sntIsettio cream into
your nostrils and let It penetrate
through every sir passage of your head,
soothing and healing the Inllanied, swol
len mucous membrane and you get in
stant relief.
Ah I how mod It feels. Your nos
trils are open, your head is clear, no
mora hawking, snuffling, blowingi no
more headache, dryness or struggling
lor breath. Kirs uream uaira is jusi
what sufferers from head colds and ca
tarrh need. It's a delight.
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
BURCHARD'S
131 North Jackson St.
Jorlty of all votes cast on said quest
ion were against stock running at
large, towlt:
For stock running at large, 104C
YES.
Against stock running at large,
2227 NO.
NOW THEREFORE, I, E. H. Len
ox. County Clerk of Douglas County,
Oregon, do hereDy give notice by pub
lication In the Roseburg Review, a
newspaper of general circulation In
Douglas County, Oregon, and In The
Umpqua Valley News, a newspaper
of general circulation in Douglas
County, Oregon, that from an! after
sixty days from the date of this no
tice, it shall be unlawful for stock
to run at large within DouL'lns Coun
ty, Oregon, under a penalty of $10.00
for the first offense and $20.00 for
each and evory subsequent offense, to
be recovered from the owner of the
stock, In a civil action In the name
of the State of Oregon, before a Just
ice of the Peace In the District in
which such owner or keener, or
either of thom may reside, and if
there be no Justice of the Peace In
such district, then before any Justice
of the peace in tho County, and it
shall be the duty of each constable
In any Justice of the Peace dlBtrict,
and of each Road supervisor in any
road district" to enforce the provi
sions of this soctlon; And such pen
alty shall be for the benefit of, and
when collected, paid into the Com
mon school fund of Douglas County,
Oregon, within sixty dayB after such
animal is proved to be at large.
This notice to be published for
three consecutive weeks, the first
publication being the 11th day of No
vember 1918.
Dated at Roseburg, Doucias Coun
ty, Oregon, this 14th day ot Novem
ber 1918.
E. H. LENOX,
County Clerk of Douglas County,
Oregon.
N-28
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned has been duly appointed
by the County Court of the State of
Oregon for Douglas County, admini
strator of the estate of Henry
Witte, deceased. All persons having
claims against said estate, are here
. k., Mnuinwi in Tirnflent the same
to me, properly verified, as by law re
(h nfrteA of R. L. Eddy,
Attorney-at-taw. of Roseburg, Ore-
;on, within six montns rrom mra aaie
Dated Novemner I4tli, 1918.
i'ANNY WITTE,
Administrator ot the estate of
Henry Wltto, deceased.
CLASSIFIED COLUMN
rOR SALE Annlos and cidor. L.
D. Skinner & Son, Phone 28F-2.
FOR SALE Two fresh cows; twq
more fresh in one week. Fred
Wnmback.
FOR SALE Pair ot horses, weight
about 2600. Phone 14F14. Or will
trade for cattle.
FOR SALE One span mules, weight
2400 pounds. Inquire W. U. Hen
doror Anlauf, Oregon.
FOR SALE Good 8 room .houso
bath, furnace and garage. W. K
Thomas, 409 E. Douglas street.
GEESE FOit SALE 40 Tolouse
geese for sale, cheap. Inqulro
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, tf
LARGE RANCHERS Small farms.
nil kinds of city property, timber
lands, lor sale or trade. See Mer
rill, the trader. 604 Mill st.
BLACKSMITH HUSINESS In large
town, doing big business, to trndi
for ranch. Soo Morrill, the trader,
504 Mill street.
PGR SALE Or will exchange for
small stock ranch, block ot Rose
burg property, small house, some
fruit trees. Inquire at News. w
FOR SALE "Tho Roseburg Cafe
teria". A big bargain for quick
sale. "The Bost Money-maker In
town . tf
riOS FOR SALE. Dnroc Jersey,
inorougi oreu, rrom tnree months
old up. The Overland Orchards,
Roseburg, Oregon.
FOR SALE Ono gray gelding, grarto
rercneron. 3 years old. Geo. Tel
ford. Happy Valley P. O. address,
Roseburg, Oregon.
FOR SALE You will want Bourbon
Kea Turkey toms nnd hohs; Duroc
Jersey igllts; one 6-months oh
male; one 20-months old male, nnd
one or two bred sows, all subjec
to registry. A. S. Jenkins & Sons
Roseburg.
SQUARE STORE
FOR SALE A team of good work
mules, weight about 2000 pounds,
aro gentle; lady can drive them.
Phone 17F2.
FOR SALE Breeding Cockerels
S. C. White Leghorns $1.60 each.
Hatched .rom my best-laying, trap
nested hens. Helen C. Leeper,
Oakland, Oregon. v
FOR SALE. Cockerels. One large
Buff Orpington, $3; 1 Oregon O.
A. C. stock, $3; 1 White Leghorn,
O. A. C. stock, $1.60. Fred Goff,
Elkton, Oregon.
WHOLE ROOT Well rooted Italian
prune trees, $14.96 per 100; large
iots less. Strawberry plants, grape
Ines and all kinds of nursery
stocs: at low prices. I 'am not in
the trust. C. Merrill, 604 Mill st.
FOR SALE One 8-lnch 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 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 11F25. Melrose,
H03SES From colts to 1600
pounds weight; will trade for
young cattle, or for a Ford. Will
be in ROBeburg after Friday, Sep
tember 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 160 acres, 15 In culti
vation, fine soil, lots nf wood
plenty water, fair buildings. Fine
for stock and poultry. $2000
terms. Also house, barn and 2 lots
at Davenport, Washington, to ex
change for Roseburg property. In
quire News.
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
Roseburg, Oregon. . '
STOP AT THE
GRAND HOTEL
CASS STREET ROSKUCRQ
The Exclusive Ladies' Shop
FOR SALE Eight lots and small
house, good location, city water,
etc., $485. Inquire News.
FOR SALE. Cadillac 5-passenger
car in urstclass repair. Just been
overhauled, practically new tires,
Bosh magneto. $500 if taken im
mediately. B. F. Nichols, Riddle,
Oregon.
WANTED.
WANTED Retoucher at C. W. Clark
Photo btudlo, 125 Cass St.
WANTED 10,000 grain sacks Ber
ger's Junk Shop. Phone 182.
WANTED- i-xperlenced girl wants
general house work. Address 2122
care News. n-11
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., Dillard,
Oregon.
WANTED Scrap iron, metal, rub
ber, rags, chittlm bark, hides and
wool. Berger's Junk Shop. Phone
182.
WANTED A day cook and a .light
cook; dlBhwasher 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
who Is a hustler. Aavancement is
fast. Ada ess in own hand, D. T.,
care News.
FOR RENT.
- OR RENT A two-room furnished
flat. Close in. 119 W. Lane.
FOR RENT Five' room furnished
house within one block of Umpqua
Hotel. Phone 47.
FOR RENT Small house, 4 rooms.
North side. W. F. Thomas, 409
E. Douglas street.
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 for particulars.
FOR TRADE computing counter
scale, cost $125, will trade for
good cow. B, T. Collins, Soldiers'
Home.
EXCHANGE Nebraska income pro
perty to trade for good Oregon
farm. G. M. Oreen, 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 roomB. Address B.
A., care -News.
MRS. It. B. MOORE
Teacher Progressive Series Piano
Lessons, Harmony, Theory.
Oil Hamilton st. Phone 107-R.
Heinline Piano School
For
ALL GRADES PIANO STUDENTS
Children's Fundamental lasses a
Specialty,
424 Perkins Bldg. Phone 300
DR. M. H. PLYLER.
Liconsed Chiropractic Physician.
222 W. Lane St., Roseburg, Ore.
Consultation, examination free;
Office Honrs 0 to 5 Phone 152
Chiropractic and Electrical
Treatments.
DR. S. L. DeLAPP
Osteopathic Physician A Surgeon.
Phouesi 217-818 Perkins Bldg.
Of lire 110
Res. 4.Vt-J. Rosebnrg, Ore.
MRS. F. D. OWEN
Cut Flowers, Potted Plants,
Funeral Designs, Wedding Fon
qnets, ec
FOR SALE AT
"TUB FERN"
111 Cass St Roseburg, Ore.
PHONE S40
DR. K. L. MILLER
Physician and Surgeon.
Ground Floor Masonic Building,
corner Cass and Main Sts.
Phone 133.
House ss
Confidence !
Have you ever stopped to think what a tremendous part
that element plays in business? Unless yon are ever
working to gain the unqualified confidence of those with
whom you do business you fall short of getting their
business or ot satisfying aftor you do.
We beliove that applies 'to banking, too and you will
ever find The Umpqua Valley Bank striving to EARN
and KEEP the confidence of the p.ibllc generally and
its customers particularly. , ' :isi.!?il.iU
. JOHN M. THRONE, Cashier,
THE UKPQUfl
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
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. Ask us about it.
J. G. FLOOK & CO.
Rosebnrg Phone 100
DELCO-LIGHT
The complete Electric Light and
Power Plant
economical In operation. Runs
on kerosene, gasoline or gas.
R. E. HARNESS
Roseburg ..... Oregon
Fire and Auto Insurance
Protect yourself from Iobs with
one of bur properly written Insur
ance policies.
6, W. YOUNG & SON, INSURANCE
lie Cass Street Rosebnrg, Ore.
Jersey Creamery Butter
1-4 lb. Prints
FRESH DAILY.
DOUGLAS COUNTY CREAMERY
WORK
VTILIElf BANK
OREGON
REMEMHER
Do you wish to be remembered by
your loved ones? If so, set the
example by placing a pretty Mon
ument or Headstone apon the
grave of your dear Father, Motier,
Brother, Sister, Husband, Wife or
Child. , We are in a position to
serve you best. Gome 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
VV. E. Marsters, proprietor, BOH
N. Jackson Street,
or
G. W. Young & Son, 116 Cass St.
Rosebnrg, 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 Mnsh makes the
hens lay.
Try Fisher s "More Pork" for
hog feed it's gr at.
Alfuira 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. Rosoburg
SHOE ECONOMY
Hare worn shoes repaired by re
liable workman. Prices' right,
W. S. HOWARD, J 14 Jackson St
REAL ESTATE
City and Farm Property, Winches,
tcr itay ana Weatlake Tom Lota.
GEORGE RJTER.
Ill West Oak 8 treat.