The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920, November 23, 1918, Page 2, Image 2

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THE EVENING NEWS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1018.
THE EVENING NEWS
BY"
B. W. BATES BERT O. BAfTES
ISSUED DAILY' EXCEPT SUNDAY
SObacrlDtloa Bates Pally.
Per year, by mall. In oounty 3.00
Per year, outside of county 4.00
Weekly.
Par year
Six month
..2.00
. 1;00
Entered u second-class matter,
1 November 5, 1009, at Roseburg, Ore.,
under act of Maroh 8, 18 It.
MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS.
The AjMOdated Preaa la exclusively
entitled to the use for republication
of all news dispatches credited to It
or not otherwise credited In this
paper and also the local news pub
lished herein. Ail rights of republi
cation of special dispatches herein
are also reserved.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 101H.
WHAT IT COST.
Sam Jackson has fllod his state
mont of coots for getting even with
the country newspaper men for re
fusing to take his political dictation,
His sworn statement shows that la
order to satisfy his spite, he was will
Ing to spend 12,000, says the Cor
vallls Gazette. If the country news
papers had' made a little effort. thc
could have lofonted Mr. Jaukum, for
in every county where an educational
campaign was strenuously conducted
(except those Iboiwerinir on Multno
mah) Mr. Jackson's bills were do
. tested.
During the campaign Mr. Jackson
never missed a day of his utterly un-
' truthful ajppeals to the prejudice of
the voter. The average country
newspapor made little effort to com
bat the poisonous lies and the Poit-
land papers deserted them. The Ore
gonlan stated the facts in the case
several times early In the campaign
and In Its recommendations marked
these two bills for negative votes.
The Telegram wasn't Interested
enough even to make a recommen
dation. It didn't affect the legal rate
In Multnomah county, so why worn'?
Mr. Jackson says his campaign
cost him 82,000.. Perhaps that Is all,
but we doubt it. We are sure It cost
Oregon mor. To Mr.- Jackson's
spleonish efforts, for Instance, may
be charged the defeat of the normal
school proposition. Every editor In
the Btate was asked to recommend a
vote of "no" on all these measures
as a matter of self protection. The
normal school measure's defeat may
be directly charged to, Mr. Jackson
Neither Is that all, Newspaper
men all over the Btate are now urg
ing that the country pross make
united effort to punish Portland for
her unfair vote and for permitting
such an unreliable paper as the Jour
nal to exist. When Mr. Jackson's
other singlo tax sohemS .was 1mm
nont, It Is polntod out that the Port
land Realty Board motile strenuous
efforts to dofeat It and part of their
plan was to flRht It by furnishing
free publicity to the country press.
Portland has recently been con
ducting a strenuous campaign urg
ing the use of Oregon products, moBt
of iwhloh, of oourse, are made In
. Portland, The country proBS is not
natmrally prejudiced against Port
land, but It will be somo time before
it forgotd that Portland expressed its
affoctlon for the Country proas when
it votod to cut every nominal rate
it charges for legal advertising by
;13 Mi per cent anidl did so on the re
commendation of a notoriously un
truthful newspaper which brazenly
told It that tho present rate Is more
than the commercial rate.
As a matter of fact thero Is not a
newspaper of any elze in Oregon
where the logal rate Is more than the
commercial rate wherons, because of
existing laws, thore are many papers
whero tho commercial rate Is double
the legal rate.
$2,000 may have boon the cost of
those bills to Mr. Jackson but It
doeB not represent tho cost to Port
land and Oregon. And the end 1b
not yet.
CHURCH NOTICES.
HAITI8T CUintOII.
Regular services at the Baptist
church tomorrow morning and even
ing. Rev. James M. Powors of Grants
Pass will preach at both services
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; preach
ing services at 11:00 In the morning
and 7 : :iu In tho evening.
M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH.
Tho pastor will continue the aeries
of sermons on our Lord's sermon on
the Mount, Sunony. The Sunday
school will moot as usual at 9:45.
, W. L. Cobb, superintendent. Tho
Epworth Lcnguo will meet at 6:80
p. m. We cordially invite all to at
tend these services.
O, C. COBB, Pastor.
CHRISTIAN 8CIKNOH HOCIUTV.
Ragular services are hold Sunday
morning at eleven o'clock also Wed
nesday evening services at 7:30
o'clock. This service Includoa testi
monies of healing. Sunday School
convenes In the same building nt
9:45 a. m. each Sunday morning. All
up to the age of 20 years are Invited
to attend. The public Is cordially
Invited to attend. Subject of Sun
day's lesson. "Soul and Body."
CHRISTIAN CHURCH.
Regular services will be hold Sun
day morning and evonlng, with the
pastor preaching. Morning subject,
Tho Great Peace That The World
Need. Evening theme, A Pnrado
Is a
That Stirred Tho Town. Y. p. 8. C. intended for the cure, mitigation or pre
K. at (.10, and Bible school at 9:45. ventioa of disease,
Last Sunday showed a remarkable
Interest -In all services, and . It Is
hoped It may continue. . There will
be special musical features at both
services. Let us render to God the
thanks for all His benefits and Bless
ings.
FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Rev. J. C. Spencer, pastor. Thli
Is our annual Thanksgiving Sunday,
and there should be no "slackers''
on such an occasion. The .topic lor
the morning sermon Is: "An Ameri
can's Thanksgiving." In the evonlng
there will be the first of a series of
sermons on, 'The World's Prayer."
The Bible School will meet promptly
at 9:45, and unless prevented by
sickness or fear of sickness, every
member should be. present. Epworth
League Bervlce at 0:30 p. m., led by
Miss Anna Caldwell; topic, "The Call
to Separation. "' A csrdlal Invitation
is extended to all to attend) those
services.
THANKSGIVING SERVICE.
The annual union Thanksgiving
service will be held next Wednesday
evening, November 27, at the M. 15.
Church South. The annual eermon
will be preached by Rev. u. B. Quick
the new minister of the Presbyterian
church. The music for the occasion
vill be In choree of Mrs. Helnllne
and the Liberty Chorus. If there
ever was a year when we should feel
thankful to God it Is this one. Ame
rican people should) stop to nay Horn-
t.ce to Jehovah for His goodness to
us, and to unit our voices In Inter
cession for our country's protection.
This should be -the greatest Thanks
giving service In the history of Rose
burg. ,
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Bible school 9:46 a. m. Get the
idea out of your mind that this school
Is only for children and young people.
You will never be to old to loam
something from Cadi's Book.
Morning worship. 11:00 a. m.
Beginning with a Junior Service.
Topic: "Coral". Sormon subject:
Endless Being". The doctrine of
Annihilntion 1b nonBOnso. Christian
Endeavor: 6. 30 p. m.; Topic: 'Count
your Mercies '.
Evening Service. 7:30 Ip. in. The
Bible from a standpoint of 20th Cen
tury Science. Tills Is the first ot a
series of Sunday Evening addresses,
on "The Bible from a 20th Century
point of view." These will not be
long, tiresome lectures or Bermons,
but concise, instructive and interest
ing addresses; will the Bible etand
the test, Come and hear Facts.
. L. BO WRING QUICK, Minister.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED,
Not bettor than the rest, but as
good as the best. Sittings made by
day or night by the nowyvloMHi blue
lay oieciuu ugiu. j, vv. UlurK,
ground-iloor studio, 126 Cass St. tf
Subscriptions for magazines sollc
lted. Fiction Library. , N-30
CLASSIFIED COLUMN
rOR SALE Apples and elder. L.
B. Skinner & Son, Phone 28F-2.
FOR SALE Splendid butcher busi
ness in rich town near Roseburg.
D. N. Mclnturff, Oakland, Ore
gon. tt
FOR SALE A team of good work
mules, weight about 2000 pounds,
are gentle; lady can drive them
Phone 17F2.
FOR SALE One gray gelding, grndo
Percheron, 3 years old. Geo. Tel
ford, Happy Vaney P. O. address,
Roseburg, Orogon.
FOR SALE Breeding Cockerels
S. C. White Leghorns 51.50 each.
Hatched .roin my bcst-lnying, trap
nested lions. Helen C. Leepor,
Oakland, Oregon.
FOR SALE Half grown toy bull tor-
rior male puppy, porfectly marked.
Just the right slzo for children.
Box 103. Phone 350-J, .
FOR SALE Or will exchange tor
small stock ranch, block of Rose
burg property, small Iioubo, some
fruit trees. Inquire at Nows. w
SAGE TEA KEEPS
When Mixed with Sulphur It
Brings Book Its Beautiful
Lustre at Once.
Gray hair, howovor handsnmn. HfnMna
advancing ago. Wo all know the advan
tages of a youthful Appenrnnco. Your
hair la your cliarm. It makes or mars
tho face. When it ladca, turns gray and
looks streaked, just a few applications
of Sago Tea and Sulphur enhances its ap
rearance a hundred-fold.
Don't stay gray I Look young I Elthor
prepare tho reoliw at home or get from
anv drill, fttnrn nA.Mn l,..tfl t
"Wyeth'i Sngo and Sulphur Compound,"
which Is merely tho old-time rcelue lm.
proved by tho addition of other Ingredi
ents. Thousands of folks recommend this
ready-to-use nronnrntlon. hocmisn it
darkens tho hair beautifully, besides, no
one can possibly tell, aa It darkens so
saturally and evenly. You moisten a
sponge or soft brush with It, drawing this
through the hnlr. taking one small atrand
at a lime, liy morning the gray hair
disappears! after another application or
two, Its natural color la restored and It
becomes thick, glossy and lustrous, and
juu nppear years younger.
vtrein a
yeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound
delightful toilet requisite. It la not
YOlie HAIR DARK
Why
MEN!
Coats, Suits, Skirts, Kimonas, Bath Robes, Underwear, Gloves,
Neckwear, Hair-Pins, Fancy Combs, Handkerchiefs and many
other items. It's the easiest thing possible to select something here
that will please her. . '
BURCHARD'S
SQUARE STORE
131 North Jackson St.
FOR SALE Eight lots and smalllFOR SALE Two 1917 Dodge tour-
-bouse, good location, city water, I
etc., (485. Inquire News.
FOR SALE Pair of borses, weight
about 2500. Phone 14F14. Or will
trade for cattle.
TOR SALE 14 good ewes, bred;
also 14 good ewe Iambs. Bunch
goes at $10 per head. E. L. Rice,
Dlllard, Oregon.
FOR SALE Full Wood Flemish
giant rabbits, 60c and up; also 2
choice S. C. Wbite Leghorn roost-
ers. H. Newman, East 6th street.
FOR SALE. Cadillac 5-passenger
car In tirstclass repair, just been
overhauled, practically new tires,
Bosh magneto. 500 If taken Im
mediately, a. F. Nichols, Riddle,
Oregon.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Draft
horse, will work anywhore. Truo
and sound, also double work har
ness. Will trade for 2nd hand
mower ana hay rake, or a bargain
for cash. Phone 11F26. Melrose.
HORSES From colts to 1600
pounds weight; will trade for
young cattle, or for a Ford. Will
be In Roseburg 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. Hnrrolson.
FOR SALE You will want Bourbon
Red Turkey toms and hens; Durot
Jersey gilts; one 6-months oh
male; one 20-months old male, and
one or two bred sows, all subject
to registry. A. S. Jenkins & Sons
Roseburg.
FOR SALE Thousand pounfll marc.
good worker or driver; mare colt,
coming two olthcr for $35.00.
or tho two for $50.00; also wagon,
hack, burrow and plow., M. L.
Stevens, Looliins Glass, Ore.
D. W. N.-21
FOR SALE 160 nores, 15 In culti
vation, fine soil, lots of wood,
plenty water, fair buildings. Fine
for stock and poultry. $2000.
tonus. Also house, barn and 2 lots
at Davenport, Washington, to ex
change for Rcseburg property. In
quire Nows.
TOR SALE No. 1 five year old Dur
ham cow, frosh Dec. 15th, refer
once Boll's 2nd hand store. Four
nice shouts, from 60 to 120 pounds
oaoh. Lot of nefl rail wood for
sale on good road two mllos south
of Melrose. L. Meador. d-22
J. H. SINNICER
SHEET
METAL
Or ALL KINDS
119 OAK ST. PHONE 428
WORK
Not
For Christmas?
Our Government asks you to buy early, and only - .
useful gifts this year. The pretty things we will
show you meets those requirements identically.
Come to the Exclusive Ladies' Shop for that Christmas
present. We can show you attractive and handsome
Dresses, Umbrellas, Waists, Hosiery' Sweaters,
'rags, $980 and $1080. One 1916
Dodge touring, $750. One 1917
Dodge truck, $850. One 1917 Ford
truck, $660. One 1918 Maxwell
touring, $660. Cash or terms. J.
O. Newland, Dodge Bro. Dealers.
N-29.
CASH PAID FOR LIBERTY BONDS.
We buy r.nd sell Liberty Bonds.
If you need the cosh we cab. ac
commodate you. If you havo
bonds subscribed and unpaid, we
will purchase your contra?ict and
take them off your hands. Rice
& Rice.
WANTED.
WANTED 10,000 grain sacks Ber
ger's Junk Shop. Phone 182.
WANTED A folding baby cert. '
Phono 8F22.
WANTED Washing to do at home.
814 Miller Street.
WANTED First class waitress,
ply Rosebiurg Cafeteria.
Ap-
WANTED All kinds of furs and
rabbit skins. Must be dry. Borg
er's Junlc Shop.
WANTED Eggs, hides and 8,000
second hand sacks. Spot Cash
Basket Grocery; A. G. Dnnlap,
WANTED Four men; four dollars
per day and eight hours. Grants
Pass Construction Co., Dlllard,
Oregon.
WANTED Scrap Iron, metal, rub-
Der, rags, chlttlm bark, bides 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.
WANTED to bear from owner of
good Ranch for sale. State cash
price, full description. D. F. Lush,
Minneapolis, Minn.
WANTED Home canned fruits and
vegetables, suitable for table and
plos. What have you? W. H. War
nor, Roseburg Cafeteria.
WANTED Few milch goats. State
price and breed. Address ,'G",
News office.
FOR RENT.
i OR RENT A two-room furnished
Mat. Close In. HE w. Lane.
FOR RENT Five room furnished
house within one block of Umpqun
Hotel. Phone 47.
FOR RENT Furnished housekeep
ing rooms. 308 So. Pine street.
Phone 138-Y.
MISCELLANEOUS.
WELL DRILLING R. E. Helnsel
man, Roseburg. Route 1.
WOOD CHOPPERS. Free cabins;
$1.50 tlor; winter job. C. T. Brown.
Phone 3f-24.
'OR RENT Hotel Umpqua has
special rates by week or month
for pormnnont guests. Inquire of
manager ror particulars.
FOR TRADE computing counter
scale, cost $126, will trade for
good cow. B. T. Collins, Soldiers
Home.
EXCHANGE Neoraska income pro
perty to trade for good Oregon
farm. G. M. Green, Melrose, Ore.
Phono 6F13
TO EXCHANGE Block of city res
idence property, well located, par
tially lutproved, for lot and house
of five or six rooms. Address E.
A., care Newt. ,
Now
AI1T SSS
The Exclusive Ladies' Shop
MRS. Ii. B. MOORE "
Piano Studio
Latest Approved Methods.
611 Hamilton st. Phone 87-R.
Hemline Piano School
For
ALL GRADES PIANO STUDENTS
Children's Fundamental lasses a
Specialty.
424 Perkins BIdg. Phone 300
DR. M. H. PLYLER.
Licensed Chiropractic Physician.
222 W. Lane St., Roseburg, Ore.
Consultation, examination free.
Office Honrs 0 to S Phone 153
Cniropractlc and Electrical
Treatments.
DR. S. L. DaLAPP
Osteopathic Physician at Surgeon
Phones: 217-918 Perkins BIdg.
Office 119
Res. 454-J. Roseburg, Ore.
MRS. F. D. OWEN
Out Flowers, Potted Plants,
Funeral Designs, Wedding Ron.
qnets, etc.
FOR SALE AT '
"THE FERN"
111 Cass St. Roseburg, Ore.
PHONE 940
DR. K. L. MILLER
Physician and Surgeon.
Ground Floor Masonic Building,
corner Cass and Main Sts.
Phone 132.
House 63
Jersey Creamery Butter
1-4 lb. Prints
FRESH DAILY.
DOUGLAS COUNTY CREAMERY
DELCO-UGHT
The complete Electric Light and
Poweit plnt
economical In operation. Runs
on kerosene, gasoline or gas.
R. E. HARNESS
Roseburg - - - Oregon
Monday. Bargain
Day at the
Roseburg Cleaning
AND
Pressing Works!
Men's Suits 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
808 N. Jackson.
If You Can't Call
Write
THAT will solve your banking difficulties In caBe you ;
live too far from Roseburg to get in regularly. The
BANK-BY-MAIL facilities of The Umpqua Valley Bank
enable one to safely and conveniently transact his bank
ing business very easily. '
Let us tell you about this and other services with Which
you are not familiar.
the IfltpQtifl yXLLES BANK
ROSEBURO
Comfort and Warmth
Combined with Style
Men's and Young Men's Overcoats. These new Duds
have a real kick to them, in both style and colors
HP $20.00 ?! $35.00
SAVE YOUR PENNIES
The Cash and Carry System Will Help You!
All goods marked In plain figures. No special baits necessary.
Just the best of everything for less, at the
SPOT CASH BASKET GROCERY
A. G. Dnnlap, Prop.
Corner of Jackson, Washington and Main strevts. All kinds of
Stock Feed and Poultry Supplies.
CROWN FLOUR FISHER'S BLEND FLOUR
!The Best
Winter Goats!
NEAT, NIFTY GARMENTS IN A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT ABB
NOW READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION.
Our Line of Silks Is the Best
EVER SHOWN IN ROSEBURG IT HAS NO EQUAL AND MANY
BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS ARE AT YOUR DISPOSAL.
A Nice Line of Furs
FOR WINTER IS NOW ON DISPLAY. CALL AND INSPECT OUR
WINTER LINE OF GOODS WHICH IS COMPLETE IN EVERY
PARTICULAR.
ROSEBURG
1 'ABRAHAM:
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Little Men and Little Women
Need brushing up, occasionally, and particularly,
as they start for school.
Brush the hair of course;
Brush the coat sure;
Brush the teeth by all means.
This is BRUSH SALE Week
AT
Nathan
Fuflerton
77ie Itl&XcJUL Jtore
5
OREGON
Men's and Young Men's
Snappy Suits a Big Array
of Styles.
$15 up to $40
Store For
OREUON
niruin.n naiuia.
Perkins
Building