The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920, January 22, 1919, Page 2, Image 2

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    TTfH BVENTrTQ NEWS WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29, J010
THE EVENING NEWS
BT
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Entered us secondVclaas matter,
November 5, 1908, at Roaeburg, Ore.,
under act of March 8, 1879.
MEMBER OP ASSOCIATED 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
paper and also the local news pub
lished herein. ..All rights of rcpubli
cation of special dispatches herein
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WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 28, 1010
JUMPING ON THE HUN.
"May I suggest," -writes a critical
reader, "that now that the Hun it
down and out, you devote less Bpace
, , to criticising him. The late Senator
Ingalls from Kansas used to say that
'only women and savages scalp the
dead.' " , '
it In a natural enough criticism.
ibut possibly superficial and short
sighted. This newspaper, with the
majority of American papers, has not
keot on criticising Germany, since
the armistice, because of any great
pleasure It gets out of jumping onto
a defeated nation. It does not want
Germany'B scalp. It has kept up the
editorial fire for a very practical, and,
as It believes, a necessary purpose,
It was not enough to lick Germany
The victory must be clinched, so that
" Germany will not have to be licked
again. -.It will not be clinched until
the ipeace conference at Versailles
has done its work, and done it right.
There haB been great danger, ever
since the fighting stopped, that Ame
ricans, with thoir tolerance and qulCK
forgiveneBB of a beaten antagonist,
would 1e too easy with Germany for
the world s good and for Germany
good. There has been danger-or
wave of sentimentality sweeping the
country, and making itself felt at
," "Versailles In the form of a plea for
. too easy terms.
Editors recognizing thlB peril have
deliberately pursued a policy of keep
lng Germany s crimes in constant r
membrance, not In any spirit of
venge, but in an earnest desire to
. Bee justice done to every nation In
. .volved, and a right system estubllsl
ed for the future. The task Is not
yet quite finished.
Germany must pay for tlio damage
she has done, so far as payment I
possible... '. Germany must be made
"sorry for the monstrous wrongs she
lias inflicted on unoffending nations.
Any editor who does not Insist upon
tills, even at the risk of wearyln,
some readers, until the desired re
sult Is accomplished, Is not fulfilling
his patriotic war duty. Ho Is not
playing square with the forces of
clvlllzutlon.
THUVk COMB HOME.
It would be interesting to know
what emotions flllo'l the breast of
Goneral Pershing when he received
thlB cable, Bald to have been sent
him by a mass-meeting of University
of Pennsylvania "co-eds':
"Resolved, That wo, co-ed Btudonts
at the University of 1'ennBylvnnlu,
will ngnt to the last bit of our
strength the Influence which is being
vrougnt to bear on our hoys over
sons by French glrlg, to the complete
1'orgotrulnoBB of ties which thoKC boys
had contracted on this sldi ot tho
Atlantic."
A good many American girls nr
wrought up over reports that men In
the army havo been phllnndorlng
Willi the French lasses since the ar
mistice. One rather expects collcgi
gins, nowovor, to take such matter
more phlltsoplilcally, especially
students might be presumed to know
something of the fineness and pro
jincty or tno ordinary French glrl'i
environment ami cnaractor.
against popular misconceptions on
that point. Or maybe the co-eds do
, Know that, and nre just plain Jealous
Thore's a good deal of human nature
In everybody, llut any man could
ten tnoso silly college glrlB what
mistake they're making. Why flat
ter their young men's vanity? "lot
mem aiono, and they 11 came homo.
In the earllor stagos of the war a
lot of tnlkors alleged that tho world
was going to hell, and now the gon
erul assumption booiub to be that it
has been done over and' Is reody for
nenven, out the truth Is about half
way between those two theories,
all probability.
The proposed Lea cue of Nal lnna la
being supported on the ground' thnt
it win Roop us out of war, but If it
comos as far from fullllllnir einoc
tat Ions as the Democratic platform
oi iniB ino poopie will wlBh they
hadn t placed too much reliance in
ine advance notices.
That $100,000 contribution for re
turned soldlors that Is bolus: lunnlcd
around tho Oregon legislature, puts
n louow in mi ml of the limn who is
always giving away good- advlco in
lieu oc being cbaritablo.
Jt tno peoples of the world nre
.going ,to write this poaco treaty
might be a good Idea to give somo
sngnt consideration somewhere along
the line to tho opinions of the poopie
ot the United States.
Edscl Ford has been olected Presi
dent of the Ford Motor Company,
with a salary of $150,000 a year.
Well, that beats soldlorlng at $30 a
month.
The "flu" scare Is slowly passing
Into history. Wonder If the recent
rains crowded the opldomlo out?
Eugene Guard': A card stating "I
have arrived safely overseas" was re
ceived Monday afternoon by Mrs.
Geo. Yoran, from her son, Francis
Yoran, an assistant paymaster In the
United States naval reserve. The
card was mailed and postmarked De
cember 22, and during the time the
card has been getting here from New
York the young man has returned by
ship from France and after spending
several days at Newport Mews croBS'
ed the continent to El Centro, Calf.,
arriving there as soon as the card ar
rived here, which is considered some
what amusing as showing how "pro
mptly" the mails work.
is CITY NEWS &
: We carry ever 700 different legal
blanks. Douglas Abstraot Co. 31
Delicious home-made pastry at the
Cafeteria.
Money to loan on Improved prop
erty. Douglas Abstract Co. 31
For soda, soft drinks, phone 180,
Order by the case. . tf
Follow the crowd get In line and
eat at the Cafeteria. ti,
TownshoD Mans. Elue Prints, Le
gal Blanks. Douglas Abstract Co. 31
Mrs. Anna Dixon arrived here last
evening from Portland and will enjoy
a visit here with her many friends
Critics pronounce "The Kurne" the
greatest war story ever written. Fic
tion Library. . tf
Tom Williams who has been con
fined to his home for the past few
days with illness was able to be about
the streets today.
B - 4 - U buy a farm, C J. A. Walker,
Roseburg (National Bank Bldg., room
i, up-stalrs. tr
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Nooly andi Wm.
JackBon were in the city today from
their home at Loklng Glass looking
after business matei-s.
If you want to sell your Farm oi
City Proporty, soo Walkor, room 2,
up-stalrs Roseburg National Bank
Building. tf
Mrs. Grace Norman left yesterday
ror her home at Tiller alter having
been at Portland and The Dalles
looking after business matters.
Dutch bulbs now on sale at "The
Fern". HyacinthB, crocus, tulips, all
colors, froesia and gladioli, Mrs. F. D.
owen, ill west Cksb street. tf
Cooked foods, salads, ect.. for the
parties, banquets or dinners deliv
ered on short notice by Roseburg
uarolorm. tf.
Safety deposit boxes at the Rose
burg National Bank. Secure one for
the safe keeping of your bonds and
other valuables. tf
Market nrlce nald for clean white
beans. Bring or send samples to E.
Potty, 1122 IN. Jncltaoii Street.
Roseburg, Orocon. 30
You will sooner or later use Dln-
mond Brand hard wheat Flour. Why
not now? Quality the best. Cost
Do you save as much as you should
ir not. Why not? Trv our method
Umpqua Savings and' Lonn Associa
tion. A Homo Institution for home
people. Office with Douglas Abstract
company. tf
D. L. Crow, a barber formerly em-
ployed at the L. J. Barnes shop on
uobb .t, was in the city today from
Oakland whore he hr.s boon striving
Blnco his discharge from (lie service
I
Take a glass of Salts before breakfast
if your Back hurts or Bladder
ia troubling you.
No man Or Wrtmnn whn ftnt. nuaf vnm..
larly can mnko a mistake by flushing the
K.uttuva uuwiaiunaur. BATH a Wb l-Knnwn
authority. Meat forms uric, acid which
excites I no kxlnoyi, they become over
worked mm the strain, get sluggish and
fail to HI tor tlio waste and poisons from
tho blood, then we ovt nicdr. all
rheumatism, headaches, liver trouble
nervousness, iliuincss, sleeplessness and
uuimrjr uisvruers cooio irom sluggish
kidneys.
Tho moment you feel a dull ache In the
kidneys or your bock hurts or if the
urino is cloudv. offoiulva. full nf u.,11.
nicnt, Irregular of passage or attended by
" """""iMi ui Beaming, atop eating meat
and get about four ounces of Jad
Snlts from any pharmacy i take a
talilespoonful in a glass of water before
breakfast and in a few dan m klrfnm.
.,, m.-v uue. jnis iamoui salts is made
from the acid of grapes and lemon juice,
combined with lithla, and has been used
fcr generations to fliiaH. anrf tim,,l
the kidneys, also to neutralize the acids
In urine so It no longer causes irritation,
thus ending bladder weakness.
Jad Salts is tnflTTn.lr mnA
Injure) makes a delightful effervescent
litlua-water drink which ovoryono
should take now and then to keep the
kidneys clean and active and the Wood
pure, thereby avoiduia anrloua kw
complications.
at Camp Taylor, Ky. He may decide
to again loate in this city.
Broccoli. Its time to think' about
It now for next season. We will furn
ish the seed andi help you grow it
right. See the manager. ... Umpqua
Valley Fruit Union. tf
Honest bread and honest milk are
essential to life. The folly ot dena
turing bread and substituting milk Is
obvious. Such a diet not only lowers
resistance, it . destroys resistance.
Where bread and mtik or milk pro
ducts are all that they should be,
your health will not be impaired, for
pure sweet wholesome milk phone
180, Roseburg Dairy & Soda Works.
" ' tf -
CLASSIFIED COLUMN
FOR SALE CHEAP 1914 Harley
Davlbson motor-cycle. Phone 8F3.
f-24
FOR SALE! -Pure-bred Barred Rock
roosters, from O. A. C. eggs. El
mer Swan, Looking Glass, Oregon.
FOR SALE Eight lots and small
house, good location, Ity water,
etc., $485. Inquire News. w
FOR SALE. Hay at the Edenbower
Orchard tracts. Fred Fisher, man
ager. Phone 26-F4.
FOR SALE Or will exenange for
small stock ranch, block of Rose
burg property, small house, some
lrult trees. Inquire at News. w
FOR SALE One gray gelding, grade
Percheron, 3 years old. Geo. Tel
ford, Happy Valley P. O. address,
Roseburg, Oregon.
FOR SALE 60 head of At (pickod)
ewe lambs, none bot'.er. See them.
Price $12. 50 per head E. L. Rice
& Son, Dlllard, Oregon.
FOR SALE Heavy draft team, har
ness and wood wagon. Price $250
if taken at once. Phone 11F26.
R. Stubbs, Melrose, Oregon.
FOR SALE Harley-Davldson motor
cycle, electrically equipped, wltn
speedometer and spotlights, and in
Al condition. Ford Garage.
FOR SALE 1260 feet No. 1 rustic,
660 feet No. 2 flooring; Star wind
mill, new. A. A. Emmons, Happy
Valley. Phone 17F5.
FOR SALE One double barrel shot
gun and one .32 special Winches
ter rifle, In god condition. Cheap
Phone 286-J.
FOR SALE Or trade for cows, Top
buggy and harness, in first class
condition, $65; pony buggy and
harness, $66, good condition. Can
be Been at J. F. Barkers, Roseburg.
FOR SALE 1918 Chevrolet, best of
condition, bumper, tool box, five
good tires, demountable rims. For
quick sale, $600 cash. Also 1917
Briscoe in tood condition. Will
demonstrate both cars. R, E
Cook, Roseburg.
FOR SALE 3 second-hand Dodge
oruiiieni touring cars, une 1118
Dodge truck, one 1917 Ford truck,
and one 1918 Maxwell touring.
lerms .can De arranged, see J.
O. Newlnnd, New Dodge Brothers
Cars on hand at present. j-24-p
WANTED.
WANTED Some good cows.
See
Judd, Empire Feed' Barn.
WANTED. Sacks, eggs and hides at
tne spot cash urocery.
WANTED Sacks, egga and' hides.
Spot Caah Basket Grocery.
WANTED H.Uf grown turkeys or
poor birds for fattenHy. Phone
14F14.
WANTED Any kind of work by a
woman; no washing. Address M.
A., Care News. Jll.
WANTED Woodcutters. Will pay
$2.60 per cord. AIbo want men to
cut stove wood. Phone 14F14.
WANTED An Experienced waitress,
mlddlo aged woman preferred". Ap
ply at Grand Roataurant,
WANTED Scroip Iron, metal, rub
bor, rags, chlttim bark, hides and
wool. Berger's Junk Shop. Phone
182.
WANTED Deslreable houses for
renting. We have calls and cannot
Biipply the demand. G. U. Helblg.
tut unss at.
WANTED Good man to work
fruit ranch; man with family pre-
lurrcn. mono 2SK3, or write G,
a. mnimuin, Uosouurg, Oregon.
WANTED All kinds of furs and
rabbit skins. Must be dry. Berg
er's Junk Shop.
WANTED Girl or middle aged wo
man ior general hotisowork; all
modern conveniences In house.
uoou nome ror right party. Mrs.
Chas. S. Spinning, Sutherlln.
Phono Oakland lino 39F8.
WANTED. Will pay $2.60 per day
ana ooara ior men to prune. Want
two men at once. Also have 26 to
ju acres or light slashing would
like to- contract. R. M. Knight,
CnnyonvlUe, Ore.
FOB RENT.
nut RKNT 2 rooms suitable for
nousoKoeping. Phone 216-L.
FOR RENT Furnished housekeep-
iiik ruuma 3U5 H. J'lne St., phono
138-Y.
FOR RENT Furnished four-room
house. Inquire 647 S. Stephens
aircet, or pnone 454-R or 464-L.
MTSOKU,A NKOVS.
EXCHANGE. New five room houso
ana two iota, clear or incumbrance,
for rnrm property. Inquire at tho
News office. i
To the People
of Roseburg and Douglas Co.
The Umpqua Trading Company solicits your business nnd if modern
up to date methods will merit It, we will do our part; "No order
too small to receive otr very beet effort's and painstaking care".
You can send a child here; it will receive the same personal atten
tion as though you came yourself. All goods are marked in plain
figures. A complete assortment of fresh dean stock of Staple and
Fancy Groceries in an absolutely clean store. Here is something
new which will appeal to you. On and after January 1st all charge
accounts are net cash 30 days. Cash with delivery wfl-will allow
you 2 per cent discount.
Goods paid and delivered by yourself 4 per cent discount.
Stop think! here Is an opportunity to encourage thrift and a
tidy saving on your months purchases. ,
UmpquaTradingCo.
THE STORE OF
Phone 270.
LOST Brooch with fire agate set.
Phone 286-J. Reward.
STRAYED One dark-griy 3-year
old, weight 900, and 1 black, with
Roman nose, weight 1000. Please
notify W. F. Ramp, Route 1, Rose
burg, Oregnn.
STRAYED One roan-gray 8-yeor
old, weight 900,, and 1 black, with
' Roman nose, weight 1000. Please
notify W. F. Ramp, Route 1, Rose
burg, Oregon.
WE WRITE BONDS We write all
kinds of Bonds and represent the
largest Insurance and Bonding
Companys. See M. F. Rice of Rice
& Rice. tf
LOST From a jitney Saturday even
ing, ladies blue coat with fur col
lar and band of fur around bottom,
service pin on left sleave. Finder
please return to News office and
receive reward.
WILL ECHAXNGE 70 acre ranch
in Southern Oregon, close in, to
trade for three or more acre
chicken ranch anywhere between
Roseburg, Oregon, andi Woodland,
Wash. Address Box B, 188 Ca
ruthers St., Portland, Oregon.
MONEY TO LOAN Rural credit
farm loans. . The only loan for the
farmer. 20-year amortized loans
w'th privilege of paying all or part
at any time. Low rate of Interest.
.We specialize on farm mortgages.
See M. F. Rice of Rice & Rice, tf
ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE We
write Fire, ' Life audi Automobile
'Insurance. All policies Inspected
by one versed in the law or Insur
ance. No loop holes to escape lia
bility. Risks promptly inspected
- and all losses receive our personal
attention. M. F. Rice, ot Rice &
Rice. tf.
WE BUY AND SELL BONDS Gov
ernment and municipal bonds. If
-you have money to Invest see us.
Don't let your dollars lay Idly by.
U. S. Liberty Bonds at market less
small brokerage. If you must Bell,
sell to us. If you wish to buy
more, buy from us. You can't do
better, you might do worse, i
M. F. Rice of Rice & Rice. tf
FURNITURE REPAIRING.
UPHOLSTERING,
REFINISHING. . .
All work guaranteed.
702 Mill St., or Phono 51-Y.
Jersey. Creamery Butter
1-4 lb. Prints
FRESH DAILY.
DOUGLAS COUNTY CREAMERY
Monday, Bargain
Day at the
Roseburg Cleaning
AND
Pressing Works!
Men's Suits French Dry Cleaned
and Pressed for $1.00. AU work
given prompt attention. Bargain
day prices do not include calling
for or delivering cJoihee.
G. W. SLOPER
80S N. Jackson.
CABINETS
for flllnir letters or card cases for
loose ledger cards, are always uaer
in offices where they file- away let
ters and bills and keep copies ot
those written in the office. We have
some good ideas In the way of letter
nies, cabinets, letter copying presses,
besides everything that could be
called a blank book filing cabinet.
Orders filled for all kinds of frul
boxes.
The J. G. FIooKCo.
Roseburg, Oregon.
QUALITY GOODS.
223 N. Jackson Street.
1919
MAXWELL
The unexcelled choice for
LIGHT CAR
Up-to-the-Minute in
STYLE
AND
EQUIPMENT
Comfort
Durability
Economy
H. MERTEN
ROSEBURG, OREGON.
Distributors for Douglas County.
Service Station 214 S. Main St.
Phone 192-Y,
EggsWanted!
We will pay a premium abo-e the
market price for ' strictly Fresh
Large White or Brown eggs. Must
be fancy stock. Bring them in.
UMPQUA TRADING CO.
225 North Jackson.
FIRE
INSURANCE!
Risks Promptly Inspect j
ed on Application.
Wo have several strong old-line
Companies. Protect yourself be
fore It Is too late.
W. A. B0GARD
405 Cass Street
Phone 303.
ECS
Pork; Krup.
If pleased you'd be
With the meat you buy
For beef to roast or pork to fry
Beef and pork our leading crop.
You'll find us always on the hop.
Scrupulously clean, we use the mop.
TRADE HERE.
THE ECONOMY MARKET
Geo. KohUingen, Prop. Phone B8.
Fire and Auto Insurance
Protect yourself from loss, with
one' of our properly written insur
ance policies. " -
6. VV. YOUNG & SON, INSURANCE
116 Casa Street Rogebnrg. Ore.
"Oregon for Every Community
Every Community for Oregon" !
That's what the newly organized Oregon Chamber of ;
Commerce will stand for In the development of the ' . :, .
state'B resources. .:'..'
Roseburg and Douglas County may well plan on part
Iclpatlng to the fullest extent. The Umpqua Valley -Bank
certainly will.
J. M. THRONE
THE UKPQUfl
ROSEBURG
Sclonce plays its part in a steam laundry and modern methods
render contagion impossible. ' "
Be fair to yourself and your family. Patronize a steam laun
dry Try our way this week and measure cost fairly. On that
basis, outside of the safety basis, you will win by Bending the
' wash to us. .
'Phone we'll call.
ROSEBURG STEAM LAUNDRY
PHOJT.I 'O ' .
IiAST WASH THURSDAY NOON. . , ,
'
BETTER LIGHT!
our eyes and your business noe It '.
EDISON MAZDA LAMPS
Are the most efficient
Sold
Douglas CountyLight and Water Co.
WE HOPE FOR YOUR NEW
HOME YOU'VE PLANNED-,
THE FINEST
PLUMBING tti
THE LAND
Wo hear you're planning to build
a now home. Well, do you know
that it would be a matter of
money in your pocket and good
plumbing in your house if you
talked your plans tver with us and1
got our prices? We're dependable
plumbers. .
Roseburg Plumbing & Heating Co.
PHONB 151.
. ; MRS. Ik B. MOORE
Piano Studio
Latest Approved Methods.
611 Hamilton it Phone 187-U,
DELCO-UGHT
The complete Electric Light and
Power PUnt
economical la operation. Runs
on kerosene, gasoline or ran.
' R. E. HARNESS
RoMlmr " .Oregon
MRS. F. D. OWEN
Flowers, Potted Plant.
Funeral Designs. Wedding Hon.
queta, etc. -FOB
SALE AT
"THE FERN"
Jll Can St. Roseburg. Ore.
PHONE MO
nr;
Cashier
VALLEY BANK
OREGON
i-l-.-i-.-,-my-vwMwwxi,uuw
Electric Lamps made.
By
OFF WITH, THE OLD ' '.
- ON WITH THE NEW.
We don't mean new shoes but
'newly-repaired shoes; re-built like
new by W. S. Howard, the expert
shoo repairer of this city. Ladies'
slippers, high shoes, shoes with
long, narrow vamp and high
French heels all kinds of fancy
shoes re-shaped and re-made. '
W. S. HOWARD
214 JT. JACKSON ST. :
M. O. RADABAUGH, .
AUCTIONEER
Any one having sales can arrange
for dates at the Umpqua
Valley Bank. "
.. STOP AT THE
GRAND HOTEL
OASS STrtEBT
ROSEJHJRQ
Dry Slab Wood
Lime and Cement
AT
H. J. oeiTn transfer company
PHONE 128
DRENCH GLASSES
I MRS, ETHELYH BAME1NAH CAMBISM, .
Pupils desiring Instruction. In class
ill please call for .o-rtlculara. ' Fory
Studio, over Ott's Musle Store.
Heinline Piano School
For
ALL GRADES PIANO STUDENTS
Children's Fundamental lasses a
Specialty.
424 Perkins Bldg. Phone 800
DR. S. L. DeLAPP
Osteopathic Phyiician Bnrgeoa
Phones i U7-U8 Perkins Bldg.
Oface 110 - i
Res. 484 J. Roseburg, Ore. .
DR. M. H. PLYLKR,
Licensed Chiropractic) Physician.
22 W.' Lane St., Roaeburg, Or.
Consultation, examination free.
Office Houra 0 to B Phone 1SS
. Chiropractic and Electrical
Treatment.