The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920, March 03, 1919, Page 2, Image 2

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    TWO
TUB EVENING NEWS MONDAY,
mem
THE EVENING NEWS
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" Entered at secondi-class matter,
November St 1909, at Roseburg, Ore.,
under act of March 3, 1879.
MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS.
. The Associated Press Is exclusively
entitled to the use (or 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 republic
cation of special dispatches herein
are also
MONDAY,
8, 1019 '
THE BUSINESS OUTLOOK.
Ever since peace was foreshadow
ed last fall, financial ana business
authorities have been trying to fore
cast the business future. ' They have
Issued the most diverse and contra
dictory phophecies. One man sees a
bright future immediately aneaa. An
other Issues dark predictions of dis
aster. Which is the common sense
view, and upon what ' foundations
may the business man, tne larmer.
and the worker plan out their ac
tivities and undertakings?
- Careful thinkers and students of
economic conditions look back to the
past when they wish to estimate the
trend of future events. History re
poats Itself, Most of the experts who
have deliberated over this question
Klve much thought and weight to the
course of business In the country
during the years Immediately follow
ing the civil War, Bo they are recall
ing the fact that for half a dozen
years following the civil war there
was a period of apparent prosperity.
The currency was inflated, money
was abundant, people spent freely.
This gave business men the courage
to go ahead and produce goods in
large volume. This seeming pros
perity was all the more remarkable
when you consider the condition of
prostration that seemed to exist when
the war closed. The wealth of the
great southern section, nearly half
of tho country at that time, was
practically wiped out. Both North
and South were undeveloped, there
was hardly any banking or railroad
system, there was no surplus of In
vestment capital. Tho whole country
was burdened with a great debt and
war taxes. Yet in spite of all these
apparently crushing handicaps, busl
. neBS jumped into a state of activity,
and held it for six years. It is not
surprising that many people 'believe
that a repetition of the same buoyant
conditions is to be manifested In this
country during the next few years.
To the statement of ex-President
Taft that among the unen who are
opposing the League of Nations are
"those he would not' trust with the
constitution over night," there Is the
obviously portinont- reply that his
confidence is nolthor requested nor
requisite. Under-our system of gov
ernment, the men In the Senate, who
are now the chief spokesmen against
the suggested constitution for a lea
gue of nations, get their credentials
In the form of a vote of truBt from
the people of their Boveral states
peoplo who know them best. Those
constituents are willing to trust tnem
not only over night, but for a period
of six years. Mr. Taft s flippant In
nuendo would be less impertinent If
, the records of the election of 1912
did not disclose the pronounced de
termination of the country not to
trust him In the White Houbs for
another four years. .
The Democratic party will soon be
selling season tiokets to -Brest tho
great : American "summer resort",
where mud baths are distributed
gratuitously and a handful of cooties
are glvon out to all guests who pay In
advance.
.Just like rubbing up against a
stone Image making love to those
French girls who are unable to ar
tioulate the Yankee tongue so say
the boys from overseas service.
Camouflage is an art of war used
In peace times to a good advantage
by many persona who have a faculty
of getting away with things under
cover.
NEW SPUING SAMPLES.
Our new spring and summer sam
ples have arrived and are now ready
for your inspection. Some neat,
nobby doslgns to make selections
from. Ordor your suit oarly to In
sure prompt delivery. O. W. Sloper,
tne cleaner ana pressor. tf
Porki Kiop.
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
Goo, Kohlhagea, Prop, PhoM US.
GALA RECEPTION -FOR
SIXTY-NINTH
PORTLAND, March 1. -Plans for
a gala recetlon equal In magnitude
and sincerity to that accorded the
65th coast artillery, will be planned
thu afternoon for the 69th rogiment,
C. A. C, containing approximately
500 Oregon men,- ,lwho-wlll -arrive
next Tuesday en route to Camp Lewis
for final discharge. At a meeting of
the city's general reception commit
tee this morning at Liberty Temple
It was decided that members of the
69th auxiliary In Portland should
take the initiative in all plans for the
reception, aided by the city's com
mittee. Lieutenant Colonel Turner,
commanding officer of the 69th, to
day telegraphed Mrs. R. S. McKlbbln,
president of the 69th auxiliary, that
the regiment was being demobilized
at- Camp Oustls, Va., and that the
'Oregon men left yesterday for Camp
Lewis, where they would arrive next
Tuesday.
FREE LANCE COLUMN.
t:.!
OUR DUTY TO OURSELVES.'
In accordance with and In reference
to your remarkB In yesterday's issue
under "Community Morale, I wauld
say that while we all recognize the
duty and necessity of providing for
those across the sea, that we all
ought, or should, recognize the duty
and necessity of providing for those
at home, without whom,- by the way,
this war could not have been fought.
While It Is neccessary, right and
Just, to lend aid to the morale of the
army; is it necessary, right or just,
to deprive Its citizens of a means. of
livelihood? Where, If I may ask,
would such a measure end? Let ub
think.
-. Justice Is what we want, not char
ity, I have in mind an Instance that
happened a few weeks ago In your
community. A patriot who had given
his time and money in behalf of the
government, and at their instigation,
got out and still has several tons of
manganese ore for sale, suddenly
found himBelf without means or Bale
of his product owing to their falling
to live up to their obligation, they
hod Incurred. He moved himself and
wife to your city, being Informed
there was lots of work there and
reasonable wages. The wife was
sick. . -
After searching for several days
ne was given a lob In one of you
local factories at 12.5a ner dav.
While employed there, I think about
10 days In all, he was asked to re
pair the roof and, though not quite
a downpour, the rain was sufficient
to give him a wetting from which he
contracted a severe cold and was ill
for several days afterward, during
wnicn timne no worked two days, bu
the work "didn't eo right" and when
he came back to secure hlB Dositlon.
he was Informed that It had been
ordered, "held for the soldiers."
And what makes the case mnru
pathetic, not to say Ironical, otter
having given all his work and means
to the Government, ho. In substance,
was at last turned down by them
and- forced to Btruggle for a llvell
hood as beBt he may.
' That 1b only one of the nmny In
stances over the country, Is the
opinion of the writer.
' NINAM. WELLS.
MONDAY IS BaitOAlJT DAY.
Monday Is oargaln day at the
Roseburg Cleaning . and Pressing
worKB. Men's - buus French ' Dry
cleaned and pressed for-$ 1.00. All
work given prompt attention. Bar
gain day prices do not Include call
lng for clothes or making deliveries
Bring your clothes In. tr
Victor Levitt of Oakland spent the
nay in Roseburg attending to bus!
ness matters. Mr. Levitt was a mem
ber of the old 4th Company and was
only recently discharged from the
service.
E
Take a glass of Salts before breakfast
It your Haok hurts or Bladder -
bothers you. ' ;
The American men and women must
guard constantly against Kidney trouble,
because we eat too much and all our food
It rich. Our blood is Oiled with urio
acid which the kidneys etrlvo to niter
out, they weaken from overwork, become
sluggish; the eliminatlve tissues clog and
the result is kidney trouble, bladdor
weakness and a general decline In health.
When your kidneys feel like lumps of
lead; your bock hurts or tho urlno la
cloudy, full of sediment or you are
obliged to aeek roliof two or throe tunes
during the night; If you euffor with sick
headache or. diuy, nervous spells, acid
stomach, or you have rheumatism whon
the weather is bad, got from your phar
macist about four ounocs of Jad Salts;
take a tablospoonful in a glass of
water before breakfast for a few daya
and your kidneys will then act flno.
This famous sail la made from tho acid
of grapes and lemon juice, combined with
llthia, and haa been used for generations
to flush and atimulate clogged kldncva;
to neutralise the acids In the urine to It
no longer Is a source of Irritation, thus
ending bladder disorders.
Jad Salts la inexpensive; cannot In
jure, makes a delightful effervescent
lithia-water beverage, and belongs in
every home, because nobody can make
a mistake by having a good kidney flush?
lng any time, '
' The. Very Essence of
I!5lppGH AREA'S
&Tu : Coat and Suit Lines for '
Spring 1919
'r I The fabrics are better , and prices are
5 I some lower, get yours while the assort- -.11
' ment. 58 at itS beSt
BURCHARD'S
SQUARE STORE
' f 1m The Exclusive Ladies' Shop. Roseburg -
." ' DR. O. A." SMITH, M. T.
Specialist In Nervous and Chronic
. Diseases. :
Consultation and Examination
f Freo. Lady Attendant. -. .
Phone 247 ' Room 1 and 2
Masonic Building
ItOSHUUKG, OREGON ' '
" ' .' DR. M. H. PLYLER. '.
CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN,
222 W. Lane St., Roseburg, Ore.
Of floe Hout B to S Phone 159
' Electrical Treatments. . '
Monday, Bargain
r Day at the1
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 clothes, i
G. W. SLOPER
808 N. Jaokxos.
Time to Spray
LIME SULPHURSSOLUTION
80 degrees and better $11.00 per
barrel I. o. b. Sutherlin; $1.60
Rebate on roturn of container in
good condition, if you can use
BO barrels or more, write for
prices; -
Sutherlin Spray
Manuftct'iring Co.
JUDD'S
Feed & Seed Store
Somo fine White Oats, some good
Whole Barley; Seed Corn, Clover
Seed, Sunflower Seed.
' FEEDS.
Rolled Oats. 60 pound sack l.m
Rolled Barley, 75 pd. sack.... .3.80
Mill Run. 80 pound sack...... 2.00
Egg Producing Mesh, 100
pound sack'. 8.00
Scratch Pood, 100 pd. sack.. 4.-IO
Shollod Corn, 100 pounds 8.B0
Rice nrnn, 90 pounds Back.. 1.00
The bCBt Dairy Feed I have
' ever Imri. fin nn,t eni. ......
Ono car load of hay.
One dandy Ford car.
One good Farm Wagon.
Two 8-Inch, wide-tire, low wheel
wagons; 8 sets heavy harness.;;
some good collars: 2 good sad
dles: 1 walking plow, almost now:
1 husrirv whnnl- i 1 1 ,.t. . v. . ,
buRiry; 1 fine Red Durham Cow;
i mux uoai , oiiiK uoat variety.
For service,
J. M. JUDD
Empire Barn.
Roaeburg
V - ' ' ' A M
in in -
:l-Mi'i;i1-i;
REMEMBER
Do yon wish to be remembered by
your loved ones? If so, set the
example by placing a pretty Mon
ument or Headstone upon the
grave of your dear Father. Mother,
Brother, Sister, Husband, Wife or
Child. We are In a position, tb
serve -yon best. Come In and see
what we have to offer. We do all
kinds of cemetery work aud our
prices nre very reasonable.
Peoples Marble & Granite Works
W. K. Marsters, proprietor, 503
i'S. Jackson Street,
G. W. Young & Son, 116 Cass St.
Roseburg, Oregon.
ajf hopp for Your new
HOME YOUiE PLANNED
THE FINEST
PLUMBINC IM
THE LAND!
Wo 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 er with us and
got our prices r We're dependable
plumbers.
Roseburg Plumbing & Heating Co.
i
PHONH 181.
FIRE
INSURANCE!
Risks Promptly Inspect
;k ed oil Application.
We have several strong old-line
Companies.' 'Protect yourself he
fore it is too late.
W. A. B0GARD
403 Cass Street
Phone SOS.
Dry Slab Wood
Lime and Cement
.- "' '" ' AT ' "
H. J. DENN TRANSFER COMPANY
. PHONE 128
Heinline Piano School
. ' For
ALL GRADES PIANO STUDENTS
Children's Fundamental lasses a
, Specialty.
424 Perkins Bldg. Phone 800
MRS. F. D. OWEN
' Out Flowers, Potted Plants,
Funeral Designs, Wedding Pno-
qneto, ete.
. FOR BALK AT
"THE FERN" .
Ill Cass St. Rosebnrs, Ore.
PHONE MO : .
Fire and Auto Insurance
Protect yourself from loss, with'
one of our properly written insur
ance policies.. ,
G. W. YOUNG & SON, INSURANCE
ltB Cass Street Rosebnrg, Ore,
DR. S. L. DoLAPP
Osteopathic Physician 41 Surgeon
Phouesi 117-118 Perkins Bldg.
Of See 110
Res. 48-4-4. Rosebnrg, Ore.
DELCO-LIGHT
The complete Electric Light and
' Power Plant
Economical In operation. Runs
pn kerosene, ' gasoline or gas.
R.E. HARNESS
Hoeotmrg . , . . Oregon
KliAL K8TATE
City and Farm Property, Winches
ter bay and Westlake Town Lots.
GEORGE HITKR.
Ill Wert Oak Street.
'7
You Can Bank Here By Mail
If good business or bad weather Bhould prevent you from
coming in to Roseburg you know you can always open
. nn account, make subsequent deposits and withdrawals
V all by MAIL. , . '''r .'V ' '';
V Write or ask us abdut this service. ' 4ts both convenient
"-' and safe. .:'''-'.'. ' . ' ' ;"
JOHN M. THRONW CASHXElt
THE UKPQUA VJILLEVBAMK
ROSEPURG OREGON
' Science plays Its part In a steam laundry and modern methods
render contagion Impossible.
Be fain 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 we'll call.
ROSEBURG STEAM LAUNDRY
PHONll 79
I LAST WASH THURSDAY NOON. '
Do You Want An Ironing Board?
FREE!
One "Rid-Jid" Folding Ironing Table
with each Dover "No-Burn-Out" Elec- ,
trie Iron, sold before Feburary 20th-.
Douglas County Light and Water Co.
SHOE
REPAIRING
- RUBBER
HEED
A1IM
IT'S SOME
D-40" MitcheU Six
Let Us
I. F. Barker $ Co.
Roseburg Oregon
Hunter's Spray Company
, Is now making the same high grade Lime and Sulphur Spray
Every barrel guaranteed above 30 hydrometer test and no waste or
sediment. We have the only Spray plant that can filter spray and
remove all trouble from nozzle choaking, when spraying, i
Net price at factory,. 5 bbls. and more 10.00.
Net price less than 6 bbls lots, (10.60.
We have Lime and Sulphur for Sale. '
Sulphur, 110 pound sacks, $4.00. . -Lime,
180 pound barrels, $3.60.
Orchard Men, and Fruit Companies preferring to purchase their
' materials and superintend the making of the spray; we will make
the spray for $1.00 per barrel in orders of 20 barrel. Our plant
will, be In operation for ten days. - .
Agency - .
Buick, Chevrolet
Scripp-Booth Touring Cars
G. M. C.& ChevroletTrucks
Samson Tractors
Batteries Rebuilt and Recharged. Fully Equipped
Machine Shop. Tires and Tubes, all sizes. Full
Line of Supplies.
MOTOR SHOP GARAGE
444 N. JACKSON STREET
J M. O. RADABAUGH,
AUCTIONEER
Any one havinn sales can arrange
for dates at the Umpqua
Valley Bank.
Don;t Be Shocked
Let us show you how to take away
the shock caused by pounding
hard pavements. The W. S. How
ard Rubber Heel will do it. ' At
tached quickly for 60 cents. Try
a pair and stop those Jars. Fine
for your health.
W.S. HOWARD
214 N. JACKSON ST.
GAR -THE
Show You
ROSEBURG, OREGON.
MRS. L. B. MOORE
Piano Studio
Latest Approved Methods.
611 Hamilton at Phone 187-R.