The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920, January 28, 1919, Page 2, Image 2

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    t;yp';-ra NEWB'J'UBSDAV, JANUARY aw, 10 1 0.
THE EVENING NEWS
BY
B. W; BATES - BERT O. BATES
ISSUED DAHiY. EXCEPT SUNDAY;
Subscription Rate Daily
Per year, by mall, In county...8 00
Per year, outside of county........' 4.00
. Weekly, . ,n A
Per year ......... j-JJ
Ol. mnnthn U
Entered as secondi-class matter,
November 6, 1909, at Roseburg, Ore.,
under act 01 Antrim o, aoi
Xho Associated Freas is exclusively
entitled to the use lor ropublictttlc.ii
. 4ln..onloa rNvlltAd tO It
OI " In tl
paper and also the local news pub-
cation ol special dispatches herein
are also rcacrvou.
friTKTflnAY.' JANUARY 88,
""' WDJi GET A GOOD SHOOK.
An officer in the American army
of occupation gives a nuw
of the state of mind of the Germans
ho him fountt tnem.
... nrasidnnt Wilson talks
"seeing JuBtlce is done" he means
Justice to the Germans as the Ger-
mans tnemseives i "
jr i Aivoincit ir-ranch and Brlt-
UOIOUU Uliuii
lsh demands. They refuse to regard
Germany as a vanquished notion.
-.- annaviint IntnlllETCnce On
UUIUIIUIO ui .- - w
most matters seem to Imagine that
the present armistice is a negouut-,
ed peace," in which Germany has
.hnmA a. seir-resnecunK Pari, uuu
-.. .iiinh aha will nmnrge with hot
"rights" Intact. They know that they
have lost some colonies, and that they
have given up some Bnips aim buij-
nllna nf vnrtnilft flnrts. but thCY l'S-
tUoaa aa "onnpaaaifiha" flven tO
nn.FD IhnlK trnnri fnlth. find. 1'finCV
that their enemies alBo have given
guarantees. "Tney Deneve wai wueu
peace terms are finally arranged all
Hia nnflnna will rfit.lim to UlUCh the
same position as prevailed before
July. 19ii." More ineredible still,
.1..... knlinn flint vhnfna, i.anntnHnn
Jn ......In t TlAlirliin, anAi IT-fanna will
tie undertaken jointly by the various
. DGUlgereni nations, ana mat uar-
manys share of the b'lll, at the worBt,
will not be more than her enemy's
share. What an awful shock Ger
many has coming to her when she
gets the nnai peace terms: Anu
how she needs the shock!
The movement on foot to induce
' congress to authorize a year's pay
for every man in the service would
Indeed be rather a nice way of ex
pressing approval of the Bplendld loy
alty of the men who rallied to the
colors. The expense of the thing
should not be thought of, Whatover
the army and navy cost, they worth
lt Every one should' remember what
would nave happened if the boys had
not responded to the call. With a
little pocket money as a nest egg
careiuny tucked away in their loans
the returned Boldler will not have
any Ibut the kindliest feeling for the
government and BolBhevIsts allure
ments will fall on deaf ears.
While that peace conference Is go
ing on at Versailles with Germany
and Austria on the outside, let It
not be forgotten that Germany and
Austria Intended to hold that same
conference In that same room with
the reat of the world on the' outside.
The Bolshevlkl of RuBsla say they
are willing to quit their propaganda
if they are recognized by the peace
confornce. Very likely. If thoy are
recognized, they won't need any more
propaganda. They will have put it
over.
The only kind of He that Is likely
to be believed by a wife Is a compll
mont, and it's certain to be.
A child Is often happy about noth
ing and an adult is unhappy about
the same thing.
If Bolshevism Is democracy, the
world' muat be made Bate from demo
cracy. Here's hoping they. , don't come
back from the peace conference in
pieces. ......
Time to Spray
LIME SULPHUO0LUTI0N
30 degrees and bettor $11.00 por
barrel 1, o. b. Suthorlln; $1.60
Rebate on return of container In
good condition. If you can iibb
50 barrels or more, wrlto for
1rioes..
Sutherlin Spray
Manufacturing Co.
CABINETS
for filing letters or card cases for
loose lodger cards, are always user1
in offices where they file away let
ters and bills and keep copies of
those written In the office. We have
some good IdoaB In the way or letter
files, cabinets, letter copying prosscs,
besides evorythlng that could be
called a blank book filing cabinet.
Orders filled for nil kinds of fruP
boxes. .
The J. G. Fiooh Co.
i
L Roeoburfc, Oregon, jt.,.
SPEAK A LITTLE KINDER.
When you're vexed at something
wrong, .
That a friend has done for you, ,
Do not use your meanest tones
When your friend next conies in view,
Speak JuBt a little kinder to him,
won't you?
When the boy you love so well
Fills your heart with sorrow full,
Do not rail at wayward sons,
But, before that stunt you pull r
Speak just a little kinder to him.
won't you?
When the girl with many a whim
Comes to mar your quiet life:
uo not nag a lime rum ,
She will yet be a good wife.
Speak just a little kinder to her,
. won't you?
Try this on your folks at home,
And on those you meet each day,
And you'll find after each trial,
You'll agree with me and say:.
Speak Just a little kinder to her,
won't you?
. ORPHA COLLINS.
KNIGHT TEMPLARS ATTENTION.
Regular meeting of Ascalon Com
mandary No. 14 tonight at 7:30.
Work in the Red Cross degree. Mem
bers requested to be prompt. O. P.
Coshow, E. C.
is CITY NEWS
Kol Blanks. Douglas Abstract Co. 31
Townshop Maps, Blue Prints, Le
CUfford Bemls, left this morning
for the Bemis Ranch near Oakland
Get your spray materials at the
Marstera Drug Store. t
Mrs. M. T. Holmes left this morn
ing for Eugene, where she will visit
for a few days. .
Follow the crown get m line and
eat at the Cafeteria. tl.
Hurry, hurry get some of those
nice white oats from Judd before
they are all gone. f-3
Delicious home-made pastry at the
Cafeteria. a.
Tom Hill returned to his home at
Sutherlin this morning, alter visiting
In this city for a few days.
' Sulphur in sacks, lime in barrels,
at Uinpq.ua Valley Fruit Union. tf
Mrs. J. D. Palm of Dlllard, who
has been visiting In Roseburg for a
short time, returned home last night.
We carry rver 700 different legal
blanks. Douglas Abstract Co. 31
Mrs. N. M. Relt and G. C. Rolt,
of Wilbur, returned to their home
this morning after a short visit in
this city. '
You will sooner or later use Dln-
mond Brand hard wheat Flour. Why
not now? Quality the best. Cost
ir you want to boh your Farm or
City Proporty, soo Walker, room 2,
..Kn,n.B T3 ....,........ M.tUnal Hmlr
Building. tf
The ibleRkst Back ifor the least
money. Get Judd's prices and the
weight of the sack before you buy
feed. f-3.
Cooked foods, salads, ect., for the
parties, banquets or dinners deliv
ered on short notice by Roseburg
Cafeteria, tf.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Nelson, of Suther
lin, who have been visiting In Rose
burg for several days, returned to
their home this morning.
Mrs. C. W. Parker, loft this morn
ing for Eugene, whore she has friends
and relatives with whom alio win
spend a few days visiting.
Tho Alcove Confectionery, next to
News office, hns just receivod n flue
big shipment of choice confectionery
of all sorts, and InvitcB Inspection of
the stock. Everything is new and
strictly fresh, t?
Fire and Auto Insurance
Protect yourself from loss with
one of pur properly written Insur
ance policies.
6. W. YOUNG & SON, INSURANCE
i 10 Cass Street Roscbnnr. Or.
;iiV$; I ' AX
PUT CREAM IN NOSE
ANPjSTOP CATARRH
Tells How To Open Clogged Nos
trils and End Head-Colds. .,
You feel fine in a few moments. Your !
cold in head or catarrh will bo gone.
Your cloirral nostrils will open. The air
passages of your bead will clear and
you can breathe freely. No more dull
ness, headache; no hawking, snuffling,
mucous discharges or dryness; no strug
gling for breath at night.
Tell your druggist you want' a small
bottle of Ely's Cream Balm. Apply a
little of this fragrant, antiseptic! cream
in your nostrils, let it penetrate through
every air passage of the head; soothe
and heal the swollen, inflamed mucous
membrane, and relief comeB instantly.
It is just what every cold and catarrh
sufferer seeds. Dealt stay stufled-up,
and miserable, - t
For soda, soft drinks, phone 180.
Order by the case. ....... tf
D. H. Morgan has sold his hard
ware business at Myrtle Creek to W.
C. Dement, according to word receiv
ed here.
Safety deposit boxes at the Rose
burg National Bank. Secure one for
the safe keeping of your bonds and
other valuables. tf
A. McCllntock, wife and daughter,
of Wilbur, arrived in this city last
night and will spend a few days vis
iting at the home of J. E. McCllntock.
Market price paid for clean white
beans. Bring or send samples to E.
A. Petty, 1122 N. Jackson Street,
Roseburg, Orecon. 30
B. F. Bates, who has been attend
ing to business matters at -Eugene
for the past few days, returned to his
home in this city last night.
Jack Crenson, who has conducted
the Myrtle Creek Drug Store for some
time, has sold the business to Messrs.
Wampole and Marshall. Mr. Creason
will visit California before returning
to take charge of his ranch.
The Roseburg School of Music de
sires to thank the people of the city
and vicinity for their generous re
sponse and patronage. The oppor
tunity for modern instruction in pia
no and voice 1- being finely apre-
clated. It
Honest bread and honest milk are
essential to life. The folly of dena
turing bread and substituting milk is
obvious. Such a diet not only lowers
resistance, it destroys resistance.
Where broad and mlik or milk pro
ducts are all that they should be,
your health will not be impaired, for
pure sweet wholesome milk phone
186, Roseburg Dairy & Soda Works,
tf
In 1848 Sir Arthur Garrod proved
that in gout f also true in rheumatism)
there is deficient elimination on tho
Dart of the kirinrvfi nnrl Mm nniRnna
within are not thrown off.
Prof, II. StrntiBS attributes a gouty
attack to the heaping up of poisons
whore there la nn abundance, of urio
acid which is precipitated in the joints
biiq encauis, setting up inllammiiMon.
Bofore the attack of gout or rheu
matism there is sometimes headache,
or wlmt la thought to bo neuralgia, or
rlicmnnlio conditions, such aa lumbago,
pain in the back of the neck, or sciatica.
As Prof. Strauss says, " The excretion
of urio acid we are able to effect by
exciting diurcfis." Drink copiously of
water, bIx or eight glassea per day, hot
water beforo meals, and obtain Anuric
tjlhli.tjl. rinnhli. atrnnnr). In nta ...
the nearest drug store and take tii'em
mica tuiu-a u uny. ii you want a trial
pncknRo send 10 cents to Dr. Pierce's
invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y.
j "Amiric" (nnli-nric) is a recent dia
j covory of Pr. t'irrcn and much more
intent. than litliin, for it will dissolvo
i '"'fr. ten disaol'v on""-
THE ANTLERS THEATRE,. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
To the People
of Roseburg and Douglas Co.
The Umpqua Trading Company solicits your Business and If modern
up to date methods will merit It, we will do our part; "No order
too small to receive oir very bct.t 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 Btoclc 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 por 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.
THE SPECIALTY HHOI-.
Hemstitching, plcot euglng, pleat
ing, button covering, braiding, all
kinds of fancy stitching. Waists
made to order. 321 Perkins Build.
Money to loan on Improved prop
erty. Douglas Abstract Co. 31
JUDD'S
Feed & Seed Store
Some Fine recleaned white Oats,
(Hastening Special) an extra fine
white Oat. Also Crown Union
White Oats, Good Oats are scarce
and if you need any, see me quick.
Some Good Whole Barley and Club
Wheat, Alfalfa Hay, and some
Just Hay.
Rolled Oats, per sack $2.00
Rolled Barley, 75 lb. sack.... 2. 45
Mill Run, per 80 lb. sack....$2,10
Scratch Food, 100 lb. sack... .$4.60
13gg Producing Mash, per 100
pound sack $4.00
Corn good Qprn 2c.
Always the largest sack for the
least money. If you have any good
grain to grind, bring It to me and
I will trade you Rolled Outs or
Rolled Barley for it.
One Farm Wagon cheap.
One good Farm Hack cheap.
One light Buggy, awfully cheap.
One double Harness, one single
harness, several good Collars.. .One
Cream "Separator. V
J. M. JUDD
Empire Barn. Roseburg
REMEMBER
Do yon wish to ho remembered by
your loved ones?' . If so, set the
example by placing a pretty Mon
lunont or Hoadstone upon the
grnvo of your dear Father, Mother,
Brother, Sister, Husband, Wife or
Child. We are In a position to
servo 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. Marsters, proprietor, 603
N. Jackson Street,
or
G. TV. Young & Son, 116 Cass St.
Roseburg, Oregon.
M1-T '
111919
MAXWELL
The unexcelled choice for
LIGHT CAR
Up-to-the-Minute in
STYLE
AND I
, 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-9. the
market price for strictly Fresh
Large White or Brown eggs. Must
De -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.- N
W. A. B0GARD
405 Cass Street Phone 80S.
REAL ESTATE- "
City and Farm Property, Winches
ter Bay and tVedtlake Town Lota.
GEORGE IUTER.
121 Weet Oak Street
Co-operative Enterprise
Legislation, production. Irrigation, reclamation, trans
portation and marketing are among the enterprises thru
which' the new Oregon Chamber of Commerce will link
the efforts of each community together toward state-wide
development.
You can evidence HOUR co-operation through The Ump
qua Valley Bank.' '
J. M. THRONE -
the UMPQUA
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. . i .
'Phone we'll call. '
ROSEBURG STEAM LAUNDRY
PHON.I 70
LAST WASH THURSDAY NOON.
Do You Want An Ironing Board?
FREE! '
One "RW-Jid" Folding Ironing Table
" with each Dover 'fNo-Burn-Out" Elec
tric. Iron, sold before Feburary 10th.
Douglas County light and Water Co.
IT'S SOME CAR -THE
"D-40" Mitchell Six
Let Us Show You
I. F. BarKer $ Co.
Roseburg Oregon
UIP hopf for Your neWI
HOME YOUvc PLANNED
THE FINEST
PLUMBING IN
THE LAND
We hear you're planning to build
a now home. Weli, 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 i er with us and
got our prices? We're depondable
plumbers.
Roseburg Plumbing & Heating Co.
tHOV 1M.
KRS. L. B. MOORS
Piano Studio
tatrat Approved Methods.
611 Hamilton St. Phone 187-R.
. - DR. M. H. PLTLER.
Iilcenmd Chiropractic Physician,
tit W. Lane 8t., Roseburg, Ore.
Consultation, examination tree.
Offlca Hour. 9 to S Phone 158
Chlropractlo and Electrical
Treatments.
- - - Cashier
VALLEV BANK
OREGON
OFF WITH THE OLD '
, ON WITH THE NEW.
We don't mean new shoes but
newly-repaired shoes; re-bullt like
new by W. S. Howard, the expert
shoe 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 N. JACKSON ST.
DR. S. L. DeLAPP
Osteopathic Physician Snrgeoa
.....
Phouest S17-318 Perkins BIdg.
Office 119
Res. 454-J. Roecbnrg, Ore,,
M. O. RADABAUGH,
AUCTIONEER ,
Any one having sales can arrange
for dates at the Umpqua
Valley Bank.
Slab Wood
Lime and Cement
' AT
H. J. DENN TRANSFER COMPANY
PHONE 128
CRENCHCLASSES
I ' ins, ETHELTK BAnNElNAn CAMPBELL
Pupils desiring Instruction In class
ill please call for articulars.
Fory
Studio, over Ott's Music Store.
Heinline Piano School
For
ALL GRADES PIANO STUDENTS
Children's Fundamental lasses a
Specialty.
424 Perkins BIdg. Phone 800