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THE KVKNI5TO KKWH flTHDAV, KOVKMIiKR 2, 11)00.
THE EVENING NEWS
IIV B. W. BATES
4.S.SI lOJ) DAIlY lOXCIOl'T KUMMY
Our contemporaries In discussing
the matter of the Indictment permit
ted to hold In case of Hon. Dinger
Hermann have poor memories of pant
facta, or they were never acquainted
with them concerning his still ex
iHtltiK case. The editor of the Oak
land Owl, In the last number of that
paper writes thuuly:
"The attorney general has order
ed the Indictment against Dr. Perrln
of California quashed. There was
no evidence of guilt; he was Indicted
for conspiracy at the persistent re-
Tho man who could run a tiews- quest of W. J. Burns, the discharged
aper to suit everybody, went to (!tectiv, because Knosevelt waut-
m-aven long ago.
Muhscrliilion Kates Puily
ar year, by mail :....3.00
Per month, delivered 60
Per your $2.00
;Sii months 1.00
hi: i.h jimc.n tiiii;).
HAYNES IN THE CHAIR
(Continued from page 3.)
JTKSJJAY, NOVKMIilJK 2, !.
Tho value of your opinions depend
lately upon whollior you or someone
tlHC lH HJH';ilHlliK LlieiJl. I
ed to nifiku an example of him. Now
Mr. Hermann should he tried or the
iiKlictniH'it against him dismissed.
Vory Tow, If any, now believe that
Mr lleney ever intended to try Mr.
Hermann. It In a rank injustice to
J'olks don't like a person who is an Indictment hiiKj"K over a
foo rinse which may prove that di- IU" '"ryeura without brlniung hi in
t unfa lends enchantment. I10.,'.. P . ... ,
I The editor of the Owl will perhaps
' doubt our statement when we de
The KvmiiriK Nowu can he had for (.tr t,Ult All- nurinaim lm8 been
.j pt-r year uy man. or tu cents per trlt,d ,1Hm .VL.ry cwllt tnero ,H j,,
cnonlli by carrier. There In room on
our Hiibs-.ription books for the names
of a few more Hiibfccrllmrs.
the ovf.'iliungliiK indictment, and has
biH'ii found Innocent In, evoi y in
stanie, but we aHS'lYe the editor of
the Owl and all others we are assert
ing the truth.
To explain and prove our asser-
Apple blossoms In November; Unit
in what Douglas county often pro
duces. In tho present lnstuucu a
year-old Homo iieauty -tree in North
Koweburtf has blotHcnii'id out beauti
fully, Just tin though Ik was spring
time. Hut It In i mall wonder, since
our winters aro very much like General Land Olflce, his enemies had
twririK in less favored sections. I no proof of wrong dolus to offer
ii ii Hi the cent lemnn in fiiif'Ki win.
They had to llnd something that
HiiniH, the contemptible specimen of
Immunity could not. 1 he propost
The first Issue of Tho Kvunmg
News met with an enthusluKtic re-!
mptlon hist evening, very gratifying
Co the management. Hineo then the
fibwu-iptloiiB have kopt pouring In
from every quarter, and today space
Sn the advertising columns In tern-'
jwwrlly congested. Tho fact is be-1
onmfng more firmly established there I
is room for only one dally In the
H you are a kicker and sec the
shadows of failure In everything
that is proposed to .help tho town,
for heaven's sake go get. into somo
viluded canyon and kick your slnd
ow on tho clay bank, and give the
men who aro working to build up
the town a chance. One long-faced,
Ino))ow-eyed, whining, caplng, chron
ic, kicker can do more to keep away
txiHlntma and capital from a town
Than all the droughu, short crops,
chinch bugs, cyclones and blizzards
Thnro Is no betler or surer way
ot building up a city than for the
fwonUi to religiously patronize their
Jiontu Industries. lOvery housekeep-om-
in Kosehurg can add her mlto to
tho upbuilding of tho town by Insist
ing that, so far as possible, her
rrrrer supply hot homo with. Hose
burs manufactured products. There
arc a number .sf staph articles made
Iwtq at home which are the eijual of
any that can be shipped In, ani by
(building up our Industries we are
building a greater Hoseburg.
tlou suggested Itself to them to dig
into everything with which ho had
been connected with while he was
In the luud office. And was this not
done? And while it waB being done
were not witnesses railed from every
pert of the state to testify to the det
riment of Mr. Hermann. Was it not
an open fact that during tho trial
that to be hostile to Hermann was
tantamount to a free pass and all
expenses paid to Washington? And
after all this was done, and Hermann
was allowed to depart without a
smurch upon his reputation as a man
was not liurns' word taken ih pref
erence to that of the accused man''
Everything we have stated s true
Henoy will not come back.
Ah to the Indictment, how long
must the persecution last?
There Is no reason for more than
np live dally newspaper being pub
lished in a city of loss than 10,000
XNrjHilaliun, and because there was
nothing of the kind lu this city The
riven I ng News was start cel. There
wud an unqualified earnest desire
for such a jourmil, ;uut (lie manage
ment realized It would bo a paying
firopoKlllon. It there is anybody
whn think different nmf is at raid
' he will not have sulllcient money
wherewith to pay his printers some
Kulurday night, he has the permis
sion of The Kvening News to quit
before he becomes absolutely bank
council to authorize the transfer of
the sum of $238.21, accrude Interest
on the Improvement bonds, from a
special fund to a general filiid. The
treasurer contended that he would be
obliged to pay the intereston the city
hall bonds, amounting to $800, with
in a few days, and that without the
above sum he would be unable to
effect tho transaction. Concurrent
with the above request he also said
that he might borrow several hun
dred dollars, alleging that the general
fund was somewhat embarrassed at
this time, and would not stand a
heavy expenditure. Finally, it was
decided to authorize the transfer of
the amount In question from the spe
cial fund and accordingly the record-
j er was Instructed to draw tho neces
sary warrant. Mr. Hermann also
I brought to mind the fact that the
, city had drawn a warrant in the year
IWui in favor of tho old Kosehurg
Water Company, and that tho same
was still outstanding. He asked that
he be authorized to draw another
warrant, alleging that the subsequent
one had been misplaced. Such re-
quest was granted, and the recorder
was Instructed to draw a warrant in
tf on ; When Mr. Hermann destroy-! the sum of $150, the amount ot the
ed bis own private records In Wash-: original claim. The officers of the
ingtnn, as was proven on his trial j Water Company will be required to
for that act, as did his predecessors , post an Indemnity bond to secure the
In the olllce ot Commissioner of the I city against any dltHcu'ty which may
arise in tho future relative to the
A remonstrance, Blgned by about
ilfty residents of the city was receiv
ed, protesting against the ordinance
regulating peddlers and other tem
porary hawkers in tho city. No ac
tion was taken Inasmuch as the or
dinance referred to is yet in Its In
fancy, having passed only Its first
The committee on fire and water
submitted a lengthly report. The
same was accepted and ordered re
ferred to the fire commissioners.
The committee to whom the mat
ter of investigating of the construc
tion of the so-ca 1 1 ed cen t ra 1 sewer
was referred at a recent meeting of
the council failed to renort. Accord
ingly no action was taken.
A resolution authorizing the col
lection of the assessments on the
Douglas Claire and the Douglas Kane
street sewers, was read and accepted.
The reading of tho "peddler" or
dinance was dispensed with on sec
ond ryadfn; Indications tend to
show that tho ordinance will I e de
feated when placed on final passage.
Councilman Mulk-n complained re
garding a number of sidevaltjs on
North .Jackson street. The griev
ances were , referred to the street
Jacob Da we, labor
KoBoburg lilectrlcal House.
1. II. Cassle, labor
J. F. Clements, labor
J. F. Clements, labor
.J. L. & S. A. Kendt.ll, labor and
.1. L. & B. A. Kendall, lights.. 284.20
Umpqua Valley News
F. F. Patterson, material -10.00
J. G. Ilollace, labor 27.00
W. 1 1. Carroll, labor and mater
ial 47 7ri
W. II. Carroll, labor and mater
il. .1. Denn, labor 14 uo
A. N. Orcutt, salary
John H. Lee, salary
Joseph Huffman, salary
Carl Palm, salary.... .
loseburg Hook Store, supplies
H. Churchill, supplies
W. C. Weatherford, labor
W. H. Oden, labor
Kosehurg Hook Store sup .
North Side Planing Mill, sup
Arthur Westul, labor ,
.1. M. I lartong ,
W. H. Oden, labor .. ,
Hevlew Pub. Co., printing .. ,
.1. U. & S. A. Kendall, lights
1 nterest on bonds ,
Pago Investment Co., ren'....
The bills of William Knopp. $;.
W. I). Odou, $;t.7r.; F. C. Frear,
$;tti.87 and J. F. Clements, $12.o.
wore hold awaiting investigation at
the hands of a committee. They wnl
either be allowed or rejected at this
evening's special session of the coun
cil. Upon allowing the bills Coun
cilman Strong registered the .u
Tho following loiters remain un
called for In tho Hoseburg postofhee.
Please state date lrom which they
Mrs, Sarah Cozad, Mrs. W H.
Davis, T. .1. Dolan, Geo. Geil, Mrs.
Albert Hart man, Mrs. A. W. Hep
burn, Millard lloyle, (2), Miss Jen
nie Johnson, G. ft. Johnson, I). W.
Kappins, Mrs, Annie Noah, Shearl
Pedleton, Mrs. Sarah Hose, W. Kobi
son, Mrs. Alice ltoger.-t, Airs. Fra'ik
Hwartz, Robert Simmons, Mrs. Geo.
H. Swartz, Mrs. L. II. Shoemaker, (2)
Advertised November 1, 1f)09.
C. W. PARKS,
Kugene V. Debs may be wrong on
man ythings, but he was right when
ho said; "There Is something wrong
with a country wherein the wealthy
and aristocratic women will pay one
hundred dollars for a ug-nosed bull
dog to hug and kiss and fondle while
many a bright little orphaned child
holds up Ub tiny hands 1 im vain ap
peal for a mother's lovo and car
Tho family tree sometimes bears
pretty poor fruit.
HER WEDDING CAKE
is a thing of Rrent Interest lo the
bride-elect, and wo are nrtlbla in
this line. WeddlllR okes aro made
In tho most beautiful dealing nnd
of rich and exquisite llavor. Our
breads, rolls, plt-s, fnncy and orna
mental cakes, etc., aro tho perfection
of the baker's art when made at
IF SEEKING THE NEWEST YOU'LL FIND IT HERE.
Let us show you the up-to-the-minute overcoat
kind of wearing apparel that is right
Home of Regal
UKETO JOIN O
THE BUNCH j.
Harth's Toggery for the
energizing sourco of health !s within
the body, not without; that health Is
natural, disease unnatural; that bod
ily disorders art the result of mechan
ical obstruction to nerve vibrations
and blood-How; and that these ob
structions are chiefly of spinal na
ture; that a diseased body needs ad
justing mechanically, to release and
free up tne life forces not to have
poisonous drugs put Into it; that
there exists a definite and fixed re
lation between an organ and the cer
ebrospinal and aympachetlc nervous
systems; in fact, that "the rule of
the nerve and the artery must be ab
solute, universal and unobstructed,
or disease will surely result." Upon
these premises osteopathy bases its
ciaim to rank as a distinct school of
therapeutics, . ;
The keynote of osteopathic medi
cine therefore Is Edjurftment or re
adjustment of mal-aligned structure,
and In the surgical field it is ad
justive and manipulative; but when
Incision and excisions are Imperative
as a last resort the use of the knife
Is fully aonroved.
40.0;) Says Dr. Hulett, art osteopathic
l&.oe i author: "If the purposj of any appli
05 00 i cation, appliai.ee, method or proced
uO.OO uro in the treatment, of disease Is to
4.-0 j modify the vital processes, it is med
li Jo j leal; If Its effect is to remove condi
13 oO , lions which are Interfering with these
3.1 -yG I processes, it is osteopathic. Among
9.0the latter are manipulation for the
7.10 removal of lesions bony, muscular,
2.25 ! ligamentous, nervoi s or vascular,
1 ihOO : legitimate surgery, antiseptics, -iisln-
fectants, antidotes, germicides, reu-
i t 2 5'
6 00 !
lation of diet, habits, htrlene, sani
tation and like environment." Os
PROCLAMATION No. 1:- Be it known to all the good .
readere of this bright new paper, and especially the
lady readers, that I have just received a fresh addition
to my stock of Phyrography goods.
There are some very attractive pieces, in fact all were
selected with utility in view. A useful article is much
better appreciated, as a present, than simply an or
namental one. Hut when you combine both utility
and ornament then you have accomplished something.
Chrislmai will soon be here and now is the time to
begin preparation, for you cannot dodge the giving of
some present. . And by and by, when the air becomes
changed with the Christmas spirit, you will not wish
to dodge, so be early in begining for the inevitable.
I lave other things that are seasonable.
WITNESS:-My hand and seal this day of
F. H. CHURCHILL
The Ironmonger Hoseburg, Oregon
OSTKOl'ATIIY WHAT IS IT?
ItEAL ESTATE TRAXSl'EHS
Catherine Crawford to N. J. and
Carrie P. Cody. 45 acres all situated
In Douglas county. Consideration
Maurice Ahraham to F. C. McGre
aon, lota 3 and I, block 21. I:. the
City of Olendale. ' Consideration $10.
C. L. Byron to Minnie K Byron,
lots 2, 3 and 5, SE. VI of NV. V4. sec.
6, Ti. 31, S. K. 1, W. of W. M. ; WVs
of the SW. Vi. NEVi ot SEVi. Sec.2,
p. 31, S. R. 4 , V. ot W. M. ; SV
Wv4 of the SEVi, lot
11, Sec. 26, Two. 30, S. R. 4 W.
Health may he said to express the
harmonioiiH reaction of the living
organist)), or bodv, to its emiron-
ment. It Is relntlvo rather than an ; of tho XK Vi
absolute status, - and nresunnoses
normal structural and functional , Consideration $1.
nli-chalilsin salted to its vital and j - M. Clerihew to Edward P. Mc
nhyslcal relations. j Kee, certain land tltuated in Twp.
Disease, on, the contrary. Is str,c-j27, S. R. ti W. Consideration $2,925.
tural or functional abnormality of I John Ridenour to W. D. Cary, cer
Ihe organism, or boll), caused by , tain land containing 8 acres. Con
interference with the nerve force and ' sideratlon $75.
blood and lymph supply to and from
gant Importation of
( outs. They are all reigning
favorites, nm! will up'nl very
(strongly to women who iippiv
t'iato dottles of character. To
get mi idea of the charming
color, the real richness of the
material and trimming of these
cents, we ask you lo come In
ami try Hum on.
Prices Range From
$7.50 to $25.00
Ladies' and Gents'
THM GLITTKIUXG ULAMOCK
of our 5eweiry display is matched by
the solid merit oC each article shown.
the tissue or organ involved, and in
duced by tho outward action ot me
lt would be worth your whilr ' ctianleal. chemical or orsanizod
to pay n visit to 'the "Stvle i ft!tMlt or ,hvslc i"ueiices.
Stoiv" lust td view nui- ,de- Kour woli known schools of med-
TailoH'd I iw rti-uKiii. u uy inw lor
; cue provtMHHin ami cure or disease,
; namely: allopathic, homeopathic, tc
; hH'tic and osteopathic. The first three
i mimed systems base their dlaRiiosis
upon the symptoms of disense as they
i arise, and prescribe, in principle,
some form of drug medication for a
I cure. Osteopathy is a system of me-
chanical therapeutics, vher In food ;
and drink only drugs and medicines i
n eve r a re alio w ed to enter t he j
stomach, and, in practice, it includes
those methods of healinp; that have
own found trustworthy and sclent if-
ic. whether that he mechanical cor-i
recnon m ine r.ssues oi uie noay, ; You cannot fail to admire at first
nursing effective dietetic and hyien- i sight lho artistic beauty of the Jew
Ic measures of hydrotherapy. These irv AnH vo.,r a,,nrt nn ni
aro employed to aid Nature and so. j creag9 ns tlme proves lhe qualitv
very naturally, vttvet a cure. ; ,hnt nmkea thP beautv flndnrine. Wp
uik-, inn iiiniiinti j, it inw uiiir
principle of osteopathy, and its con
ception of tho caupes. its methods
of diagonsts and its treatment of dis
ense, which are physical, differentiate
osteopathy from all other schools of
: would like to show you some especi
1 ally desirable examples we are sell
: Ing, at esepclally low prices.
H U E Y
WHEN YOU'RE CHILLED
Our bl drinks will warm you up, and none better
can be made for the palate.
Surtn hnvn laHles' shirt waists.
kimonnloDg and short ones; bath X
robes, if ons, long ones with and
withoti ileeves: tea aprons, black T
and tlb collars, and all kinds of X
neckvi-, sweaters, Teddy Bear
coats.nd hoods for the babies. Also X
a Urstass Una of millinery. Our X
(o, lit 15c and 25c counters are T
loadeliuh good things. X
Hodo we sell them? Why
eheau than anybody else. Why?
Beoaa our expenses are less. Be a X
Mlsstiaus; come In and let us show
Leni , Popular Priced Goods. ?
Homo of tho lo Post Card.
z. SEE .
THE PLUME ER
Siet Metal WorK Drier Pipe Anything Yoo Want
I Slights, Cornice s
I eflw Iron TanKs
I pone 1284 - line&pinests
The osteopathic theory ts that the j
Jeweler and Optician.
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