The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920, January 27, 1919, Page 2, Image 2

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    ri'r.'.-fj NEWS MONDAY, JAN'ITAKY S7, 101".
NIT Wt
THE EVENING
RY
II. W. BATES
BERT Q.
BATES
ISSUED DAILY EXCEPT STODAY.
, Subscription lta,tofr-DUyt :
Per year, toy mall, In county....8.00
t., .r nntslde of county. 4-9
Per year, outside of county.
v Weekly,
.42.00
.. 1.00
Per year ....
Sli monthe..
a . Dif.rmVnlAKB matter,
November 5. 1909, a Roseburg, Ore.,
under act or maxuu
entitled to the use for rHcatUm
of ,01 new. dispatch- credited toll
nt not otoerwio trw" -pL
also too local news pub
VT . rT, 111 .iirhta of repnbll-
ore also reeerveu.
Tirr"vi JtNrABY a?, mio.
TAX ON THEATRE TICKETS.
Congress Is proposing to tax thea
tre tickets 20 per cent. The present
UX of 10 or cent Is to be loft on
e"e?Ulnments costing not more ban
thirty cents, but on all othors It is
i- v This -really leaves
only the movies free from the boost,
??i'r..S.. n theatrical perform-
sTfthehlgher class j
all good concerts and other of tnc
more expensive oum, ..
.1... n,nnnsn lmrlslatioa carries,
it will work a further hardship on
" .lSmdv. hard hit by the
,,.., Many theatres and players
have suffered great loss during the
war: yet, though struggling under
adverse business conditions, no body
of people has contributed more gen
erously In carrying on the war. Play
houses have been donated for enter
tainments. ArttsU have given their
services free, again and again. The
stage people have not only supported
public benefits, but have maintained
their own relief societies as well
' doing a work which in generosity
and' scope has few rivals. To penalize
these people to a point which will
fniriv ,t them out of business is
manifestly unfair.
Nor does the injustice end with the
stage folk. Why should the man
who wants to give his wife a little
trt hA rnrced to nay twenty per
cent extra for the (privilege? Why
should the boy who has come home
lnnffinv fnr diversion and relief from
the memories of war be forced to
limit himself to the movies because
of an unfair tax on the performance
he would prefer to see?
It Is to -be hoped that congresB
will And some better way of raising
necessary funds. 1
SAFETY FIltST.
Gold Beach Reporter: We desire
to offer an apology to the Reporter
readers for issuing this paper which
should have come out three weeltB
ago, but unfortunately the editor was
forced to BUBpend operations on press
day, Thursday, January 2nd, on nc
count of a severe attack of the "flu",
and we were unable to get the pa
per out on that date. The issue con
tains the last installment of the ad
dress by Hon. Dinger Hermann and
other articles which we feel are of
Interest, so we are sending the paper
out today. In doing this, we have the
word of Dr. Schllemann, that there
Ib no danger of spreading the flu
through the paper and we also havo
the permission of Sheriff Tolman,
who Is acting as health officer.
' A Bprlng ipoet (male) has remark
ed, that "The lucky ones are those
' 'ho happen to fall in love again after
marriage," and, Judging from the
dally records of the divorce courts,
quite a number have taken the fall.
It Is reported that the roguos' gal
lery in Berlin has been looted and
the platures destroyed. Not a photo
graph loft In the whole city?
DELCO-LIGHT
The complete Electric Light and
Power PUnt
conomlcal In operation. Runs
on kerosene, gaBollne or . gas.
R. E. HARNESS
Moaebnrg - Oregon
MRS. F. D. OWEN
Oat Flowers, Potted Plants,
Funeral Designs, Wedding Bou
quets, etc ,
FOR- SALE AT
"THE FERN"
111 Cass 8t. Rosnbnrg, Ore.
PHONE 240
Jersey Creamery Butter
1-4 lb. Prints
FRESH DAILY.
DOUGLAS COUNTY CREAMERY
rtEALEHTATK
City and Farm Property, Winches
tor bar and Westlake Town Lot.
GKORGH HIT KB.
Ill Weet Oak Btreot.
FURNITUKK REPAIRING.
tTPHOLSTERINQ,
: REFrNISHlNG. . .
All work guaranteed.
702 Mill St., or Phone 81-Y,
Cooa County seems t& have an epl-
oeuilo of recallB. The head of the
"taken ateDs" to call a meeting and
plan for the ouBting of the county
judge ana one commiBBiyner.. auuui.
the only thing the recall law has ac
complished eo far, la to serve the
ends of a few Individuals, who have
personal or political aspirations that
are bubbling over. The law Is a
mighty line plaything tor me cnronic
grouch to nurse.
Todav. January 27. 1919, In lonely
nulla In the little Dutch village of
Amerongen, William Hohenzollern,
ahnm of his Dower and titles, passed
the 60th milestone ot his journey
through life but who gives a d m
fnr old BUI. and here's hoping the
undertaker gets him before he
reaches 61.
NOTICE TO OONTRAOTORS-STATE
HIGHWAY HlnBIiwuiiu
Sealed bids will be received' by the
State Highway Commission of the
State of Oregon at Room 1301 Yeon
Rnildlne. Portland. Oregon, at 11
o'clock a. m. on the 4th day of Febru-
ary,Ji19, for the following projects:
Paving Pacific Highway in Joseph
ine County, Grants Pass to JoBephlne
Jackson County line; 6 miles.
Reinforced Concrete Viaduct over
the Hnuthern Pacific Railroad at Di
vide, aproxiamtely 164 cubic yards
reinforced concrete.
Grading Pacific Highway In Doug
las County, Drain to a point one mne
south of Yoncalla,' approximately
47.500 cubic yards excavation: 6.1
miles In length.
Grading Pr.clflc Highway in Doug
las County, Josephine-Douglas Coun
ty line through Stage Rond Pass, ap
proximately iVt miles norm 10 1
point known as Jacques place, ap
proximately 66,000 cubic yards exca
vation. No bid1 will be considered unleBB
accompanied by cash, bidder s bond
or certified check for an amount
equal to five (5) tper cent of the
total amount -bid.
A corporate surety bond will be
required for the faithful performance
of the contract In a sum equal to
one-half of the total amount bid.
Proposal blanks and full Informa
tion for blddors may be obtained at
the office of the State Hlchway En
gineer, Capitol Building, Salem.
Plans, specifications and form of
contract may be Inspected at the
same place or may be obtained1 upon
deposit of $5.00 f.T each set of planB
and specifications. Plans and speci
fications are alBO on file at Room
1301 Yeon Building, Portland, Ore
gon. The right Is reserved to reject any
or all proposals or to accept the pro
posal deemed best for the State of
Oregon.
STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION,
S. BENSON, Chairman
W. 1,. THOMPSON,
Commissioner
R. A. BOOTH, Commissioner
Attest: HlORulflRT NUNN,
State Highway K-Tlneor
Salom, Oregon, January 23, 1919.
Dr. C. H. Bailey, state deputy for
tho Orange, Installed the new officers
of Evergreen Grange Saturday night.
JUDD'S
Feed & Seed Store
POULTRY FEED.
Corn, Wheat, Scratch Food, Egg
Producing Mash.
HOG FEED.
More Pork, Barley Meal and Corn
COW FEED
Alfalfa Meal, Mill Run, Fisher's
Dairy Feed. '
GENERAL FEEDS
Rolled Oats, Rolled Barley, Hay
and Straw delivered anywhere
In town. Phone 153.
SEED
Oats, Wheat and Barley.
Two gasoline iCnglnea, One Feed
Grinder, One Single Buggy. Sec
ond hand AutomoblleB Bought
and Sold.
WANTED Some good cows.
J.M.JUDD
Empire Barn. Rosoburg
REMEMBER
Do yon wish to be remembered by
your loved ones? If so, set the
example by niacins: a pretty Mon
ument or HoiulsUine upon the
grave of your dear Father, Mother,
Brother, Sister, Husband, Wife or
Child. We are In a position tb
serve yon best. Como In and see
what we have to offer. We do all
kinds of cemotvry work and our
prices are very reasonable.
Peoples Marble & Granite Works
W. K. Maraters, proprietor, BOH
N. Jackson Street,
or
G. W. Young & Son, 116 Cass St.
Roseburg, Oregon.'
classified column
FOR SALE-Flrst-clasa 1916 motor
cycle, Inquire Ford Garage.
FOR SALE One-ton Ford truck,
covered top. Motor Shop Garage.
FOR SALE CHEAP 1914 Harley-
Davidson motor-cycle, Phone sfj
f-24
FOR SALE Cabinet Grand piano in
first class condition. Cash or terms.
Phone 33-L.
FOR SALE Eight lots and small
house, good location, tlty 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 exchange for
small stock ranch, block ot Rose-bu-rg
property, small bouse, some
lruit trees. Inquire at News. W
FOR SALE One gray gelding, grade
Percheron, 3 years old. .Geo. Tel
ford, Happy Valley P. O. addresB,
Roseburg, Oregon.
FOR SALE 60 head' of A I (picked)
Awe lambs, none bettor. See thein.
Price 12. 50 per head. E. L, Rice
& Son, Dlllard. Oregon. -
FOR SALE Heavy draft team, har
nesa and wood wagon. Price $260
. if taken at once, i-none iir aii
R. Btubba, Melrose, Oregon.1
FOR SALE Harley-Davldson motor-
cycle, electrically equipped, with
speedometer and spotlights, and in
Al condition, jora uaragu.
n.nT OAT.CT 19KH foAt. No. 1 rUBtlC.
can Vn 9. fLnrfne! Star wlnd-
; mill, new. A. A. Emmons, Happy
Valley. Phone 17F5.
wvis OAT.in Ono jlmihln hnrrel shot
gun and one .32 special Winches-
tor rifle, In god condition, uneap.
Phone 286-J.
FOR SALE Or trade for cows, Top
buggy and harness, in nrsc ciass
condition, $65; pony buggy and
' harness. $66. good condition. Can
be seen at J. F. Barkers, Roseburg
FOR SALE. Jersey bull, 1 year old,
Good milk stock, $26, or will trade
for heifer. Write Fred Converse,
or call at the Boggs place, near
Green.
FOR SAL1E Top buggy, one light
single hack, two sets narness, one
horse: will work single or double,
gentle for woman to drive. Ad
dress: Box 13, R. F. D. No. 1 city
FOR SALE 1918 Chevrolet, best of
condition, bumper, tool box, five
good tires, demountable rims. For
quick sale, $tUU casn. Also ii t
BriBCoe In good condlti n, $600.
- Will demonstrate both carB. R. E.
Cook, Roseburg.
WANTED.
WANTED Some good cows.
Judd, Empire Feed' Barn.
See
WANTED Half grown turkeys or
poor birds for fatteni'iy. Phone
14F14.
WANTED Woodcutters. Will pay
$2.60 per cord. Also want men to
cut stove wood. Phone 14F14.
WANTED Scrap Iron, metal, rub
ber, rags, chtttlm bark, hides and
woolk Berger's Junk Shop. Phone
182.
WANTED Deaireable houses for
renting. We have calls and cannot
supply the demand. G. U. Helblg,
401 Cnaa St.
WANTED All kinds ot furs and
rabbit skins. MuBt be dry. Berg
er's Junk Shop.
WANTED A position as housekee
per by widow with two children,
ages 6 and 9. Phone 450-J. Or
call 327 Fullerton.
CARRIERS WANTED. -To, deliver
Portland papers In morning before
school. Apply at Ballard's Cigar
Storo, 123 Shorldan St. Phone
377. tf.
WANTED Girl or middle aged wo
man for general housework; all
modern 'conveniences In house.
, Good home for right party. Mrs.
Chaa. S. Spinning,- Sutherlin.
Pinna Oakland line 39F3.
WANTED. Will pay $2.50 per day
and board for men to prune. Want
two men at once. Also have 25 to
30 acres of light slashing would
like to contract. R. M. Knight,
uunyonvlllo, Ore.
STOP AT THE
GRAND HOTEL
nm htukkt
ROSFMTRfl
Time to Spray
LIME SULPHURrSOLUTION
30 degrees and better $11.00 per
barrel 1. o. b. Sutherlin; $1.60
Rchato on return of container In
good condition. If you can use
CO barrels oi more, write for
prices.
Sutherlin Spray
Manufacturing Co.
To the People
of Roseburg and Douglas Co.
The Dmpqua Trading Company solicits your business and If modern
up to date methods will merit It, jve will do our part; "No order
too small to receive oir very bott efforts 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 clean 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 we 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. '
Umpqua Trading Co.
THE STORE OF QUALITY GOODS. .
Phone 270. 225 N. Jackson Street
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT 2 rooms suitable for
housekeeping. Phone 216-L.
FOR RENT Furnished housekeep
ing rooms 308 S. "ine St., phone
138-Y.
FOR RENT ;Furnished four-room
house. Inquire 647 S. Stephens
Street, or phone 454-R or 454-L.
MISCELLANEOUS.
LOST Brooch wlih fire agate set.
Phone 286-J. Reward.
EXCHANGE. New five room house
and two lots, clear of incumbrance,
for farm property. Inquire at the
News office.
FOUND Boy's juvenile bicycle. The
owner can have same by calling at
1370 Umpqua Ave. and giving de
sclptlon, tf
EGGS FOR HATCHING From sin
gle comb Buff Leghorns. Phone
28F-12, Mrs. Harry Lander, R. F.
D. 1, box 137, RoBeburg. f24-p.
STRAYED One dark-gruy 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-year
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 ef Rice
& Rice. tf
WILL E0HyrT3E 70 acre ranch
in Southern Oregon, close in, to
trade for three or ' more acre
chicken ranch anywhere between
Roseburg, Oregon, andi Woodland,
Wash. AddresB 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 ai.til Automobile
Insurance. All policies Inspected
by one versed In the law of 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 Gotf
. eminent and municipal bonds. If
you have money to invest see us.
Don't let your dollars lay ldiy by.
U. S. Liberty Bonds at. market less
small brokerage. If you must sell,
sell to us. If you wish to buy
more, buy from us. You can't do
better, you might do woi-Be. See
M. F. Rice of Rice & Rice. tf
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
tor or delivering cloihes.
G. W. SLOPER
308 N. Jackson.
CABINETS
for filing letters or card cases for
loose lediger cards, are always usee1
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 ot looter
files, cabinets, letter copying presses,
besides everything that could be
called a blank book filing cabinet.
Orders filled for all kinds ot frul
boxes.
The J. G. Flook Co.
Roseburg, Oregon.
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
ed on Application.
We- have several strong old-line
Companies. Protect yourself be
fore it Is too late.
W. A. B0GARD
400 Cass Street
Phone 808.
- Pork; Krop.
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. 4
THE ECONOMY MARKET
Goo. Kohlhngen, Prop. Phone B8.
Fire and Auto Insurance
Protect yourself from losi with
one ot our properly written insur
ance policies.
6. W. YOUNG & SON, INSURANCE
1 Id Cass Street Bosebnig, Ore.
Co-operative Enterprise
Legislation, production, irrigation, reclamation, trans
portation and marketing are among the enterprises thru
which the new Oregon Chamber of Commesce will link
the efforts of each eimmunlty together toward state-wide
development.
You can evidence 'SOUR, co-operation through The Ump
qua Valley Bank. ,
3. M. THRONE -
THE miVQVR
ROSEBURG
Science 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 sending the
wash to us,... , ,
'Phone-T-we'll oall. ,
RQSEBURG STEAM LAUNDRY
PHONIi 70 '
LAST WASH THURSDAY NOON.
Do You Want An Ironing Board?
FREE!
One "Rip-Jip" Folding Ironing Table
with each Dover "No-Burn-Out" Elec
. trie Iron, sold before Feburary 10th.
Douglas County Light and Water Co.
IT'S SOME
D-40" Mitchell Six
. Let Us Show You
I. F. Barker Co.
Roseburg Oregon
WE HOPE FOR YOUR NEW
HOME YOU iE PLANNED
THE FINEST
PLUMBING IN
THE LAND
We hear you're planning to build
a new 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 t -;er with ub audi
got our prices; We're dependable
plumbers. v
Roseburg Plumbing & Heating Co.
PHONR 1B1.
MBS. L. B. HOORB
: Plane Studio
Latest. Approved Methods.
11 Hamilton St. . Phone 187-B,
DR. M. H. PLXLER.
Licensed Chiropractic Physician,
ill W. Lane St., Roaetrurg, Ore.
Consultation, examination tree.
Of floe Hoara B to 5 Phone 159
Chlropractle and Electrical "
Treatments.
I
Cashier
VHLLE1T bank
' OREGON
OFF WITH THE OLD
ON WITH THE NEW.
We don't mean new shoes but
newly-ropalred shoes; re-built like
new by W. S. Howard, the expert
shoe repairer of this elty. Ladles'
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 N. JACKSON ST. ,
CAR -THE
DR. 8. L. DeLAPP
Osteopathic Physician Surgeon
Phones: 917-018 Perkins Bid.
Office 110
Res. 4S4-J. Rosebnrg, Ore. .
M. O. RADABAUGH,
AUCTIONEER
Any one having sales can arrange
for dates at the Umpg.ua
Valley Bank.
Dry Slab Wood
Lime and Cement
AT
H. J. DENN TRANSFER COMPANY
PHONE 128
F
RENGH GLASSES
KM, ETHEL YH BAKnEllUH CAMPBELL
Puplta desiring Instruction In class
ill please oall for . artlculars. Fory
Studio, over Ott's Muslo Store.
Heinline Piano School
For
ALL GRADES PIANO STUDENTS
Children's Fundamental lasses a
Specialty.
424 Perkins Bldg. Phone 800