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About The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1909)
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THE DRUG STORE OF QUALITY
A CARD OF THANKS.
We hereby express our apprecia
tion and thanks to all who manifested
their sympathy and sorrow by their
helpfulness and kindness unto US
and Mr. fenny during nis last late
illnesa and funeral services.
MR. N. BEV11SR,
MRS. TAYLOR and
other of his relatives.
Mr. Robert Penny, the subject of
this sketch, as born In Pope county.
Minnesota, in March 1876, and died
in Roseburg, Oregon, October 22, at
his uncle, Mr. Jont
The former prime mlniater of
China has been sent the yellow cord
which is a polite w.ay the Chinese
have of telling hint to go off and
Rev. Starmer, of Oakland,
visitor In the city yesterday.
James Yok'Jiii, of Kiddle,
visitor lu the city yesterday.
James Ivers, of Oakland.
business visitor In the city this morn-
I J. C. Jaqulns, of Melrose, trans
i acted business matters In the city
Dr. Sether was called to Myrtle
Creek yesterday on profess lonal
I Will Belleu took the Sunday morn
i lng local for Portland to look after
I business matters.
! C. W. Hinkle, of Stitherlin, spent
yes'.erday In thu oily, llo returned
' home this morning,
i D. Asher, of West Roseburg, has
been put out of active work by a few
of Job's comfortei-B.
J. D. Owens, of Ukiah, California,
spent Sunday In Rocoburg, the guest
of his cousin, S. J. Jones.
Wm. Cobb, of the Cobb Real Es
tate Company, is (-pending a few days
at his beautiful ranch, Olengary.
Geo. Jones, Sr., has been confined
to his home for the past several days
with an attack of acute rheumatism.
Mrs. Mary Farnsworth who re
cently sustained a seiious Injury
from a fall is Improving at this writ
In. Frank Wing was In from his Deer
Creek ranch yeHterday, and says the
rains have put fields In good con
dition. Post Office Inspector S. H. Morse,
who Is kept pretty busy at out of
town points, sent Sunday with the
Miss Neta Hermann left for Port
land Sunday, where she goes to take
the nurse's course at the Mount Ta
Mrs. Elizabeth McCall, of St ;
Williams, Ontario, Is In the city to i
uitanri a fmv riitVH nt. the home of her ! Y
son, Neal McCall.
Mrs. A. J. Yokui.i, of Mobile, who
has been visiting at the homo of her
daughter, Mrs. E. M. Marsters, In
this city, retained hnrie las', evening
Ilr. Dale and wife, of Harrlaburg,
John Townsend left this morning
for points north.
E. W. Puge. of the Page Invest
ment Company, went to Drain this
morning to attend busiues matters.
A sister of Afis. John Preschern
arrived here last evening from the
north to spend about two weeks vis
iting. A special meeting of Laurel I.ode,
No. 13, A. K. & A. M.. will be held
Wednesday evening. Work In the M.
M. Degree will be taken up.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Boll wtre nt
Dr. Bother returned from Myrtle
Creek lust evening where he was call
ed on professional business.
Mm. Mary Lamb, wife of Nathan
Lamb, of Myrtle Creek, left here this
morning for The Dalles where she
expects to remain permanently.
Nothing is too good for the Uriah,
neither is cement culverts too good
for the county. Uso the best, as it
is the cheapest In the long run. See
Not like mother usod to make,
oh no, it's a hundred per cent better.
If you dont believe it try the Urn li
the 80iithel ound train this morning ' una Bakery bread. There's a reason
to groet Mrs. Wilson and daughter, i A few specialties; all colors and
of Seattle, who are enroute to points : flnlshos, In the famous Now Cote
In California to spend the winter. ' S'ains. Ocoboco Linoleum Varnish;
Mrs. Wilson Is the wifs of Professor .there's nothing ohie as good. 3 in
Wilson of the Seattle Business Col- :io oils, the best glues and the only
lege und Is an old time friend of the "ilvcr iiollsh that's first class. Rico
Bell family. ' Rice. tf Box 81.
We can afford to buy a hand foree
pump Just for washing carriages and
wagons. Pressing even the softest
cloth on them will rcratch the paint.
By washing them thoroughly with
pump first, we may follow with the
cloth with good results.
RAY E. BUTTON
I LET US HELP YOU
Let us liolp you to reap the reward of the money you have been paying for rent
t by building you a home and allowing you to pay for it in ensy monthly pay-
ments aud low rate of interest. We will aid you in buying or building, and
t loau you money to pay off debts pn real estate. All moneys can be returned at
J any lime, thereby stopping further interest. We also allow you three per cent
on all advance payments you make on your loan at any time.
A Tennessee man and woman have
lived together for twenty years, and
during that time have only spoken
to one another twice. Apparently
there are yet a few happy marriages.
MAC CAB E HALL
NOVEMBER 18, 1909
V Watch This Paper
the home of
The principal cause of his decease
was constitutional stomach trouble
from childhood. He was member of
the Congregational church, having
been converted In his young duys,
him on the evening previous to his ' are visiting. nt the home of Dr. and
decease he expressed his faith in God
and hopes of an eternity of bliss
through Jesus' merits.
Mr. Penny was of a genial disposi
tion and. wherever he went won many
friends to him by ilia sunny, bright
character and care free life.
Ho leaves his father, four sisters,
three brothers and m?i.y friends who
regret. his early decease.
The' remains were prepared bv un
dertaker Hammitle Tor the long lour-1
ney across the plains to the old hr.-.ne
in Mlnnosota aud the told home ceme
tery whero lies the remains of IiIb
I mother to await the sound .of the
j trumpet that shall call the woild to
i Quite a company of friends and
I neighbors attended the funeral ser
i vices held In the Free Methodist
j church of West Roseburg. The ser-
vices wore conducted by the pastor,
j Rev. R. H. Dollarhlde, assisted by
Rev. E. D. Blackmail. Funeral text
I.Io' 14-14; the truth listened to uy
an attentive audience. ' D
Get wise read The News.
I ELECTRIC CLOCKS?
Yes, and such beauties, too. Just the
thing for that new Bungalow you are com
pleting. Come in and see how nice the
design will conform to the finish of your
You see, they never require
always on the run.
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
We wish to announce that we are now pre
pared to deliver goods by private conveyance
to any part of the city.
Everything Guaranteed to
Reach You in Good Order
Commercial Club Building-
Mrs. Sether in this city. They will
return home tho latter part cf the
W. A. Burr, the local music man,
went to Glendule this morning to at
tend business matters. Ho will he
nhsent from the city for several
The Hallowe'en ball given by the
Roseburg orchestra at the Armory
last evening was well attended, and
all nppeared to enjoy the ocasslon i
Mrs. McBlhinny, who was admit-1
ted to Mercy Hospital about three
weeks ago, was discharged from that
institution yesterday. She will leave;
for her home near Dfllard this even- (
Mr. Caspidy, the aged man who j
was recently injured by falling into
the turn table pit in the local South
ern Pacific yards, left this morning
for points In California where he ex
pects to make his future home.
Miss Chapman, an instructor In
the local public shools, was dismiss
ed from Mercy Hospital yesterday
a f I a omi fl 11 mn t nf. n on i l V t vn
tf. u-pplfs Firs. Splhnr. SfMlv and Ste
wart had charge of the case
The members of tho county court
will convene in their regular Novem
ber session on Wednesday morning.
Many matters are scheduled for con
siderations, all Indications tending
to show that the sesion will be of
Ed. Ware has secured an acre of
land, beautifully located in the Jones
addition to North Roseburg, has got
ten material on the ground, and yes
terdny morning assisted by a force
of carpenters, began the erection of
a hnndsome bungalow.
C. V. Colt, for the past year pub
licity manager of the Roseburg Com
mercial Club, will sever his connec
tion with that organization on No
vember 7. He is as yet undecided
as to the future, hut says that he is
considering some lucrative offers.
County Judge Wonacott purchased
the remainder of the crushed rock
left at the quarry In North Rose
burg by the Warren Construction
Company, this morning, and will
have the same hauled upon the
county roads as soon as possible.
Mrs. H W. Oliver, of West Ttose-
$ I burg, who has been verv 111 for sev
eral weeks, Is not Improving as her
physicians have hoped and worked
for, and grave doubts are entertained
for her recovery. The malady from
which the lady puffers seems to be
a lung complication.
County Judge Wonacott Is authori
ty for the statement that the county
court will purchase a rock t;rusHer
fronrFleale & Company of Portland,
tomorrow morning. The same will
be placed in commission as soon as
It can be shipped, aud the rock dis
tributed on the roads throughout the
Mr. Cassidy, who was Injuivd
while working about the turntable In
tho local Southern Pacific yards about
two weeks ago, and later taken to
Mercy Hospital, was discharged from
that Institution yesterday. His Im
provement is deemed wonderful, con
sidering the serio'isness of his In
jury. Drs. Sether, Seely and Stewart
were the attending phjslclans.
Tho official board of the Methodist
church met last evening for the pur
pose of considering various matters.
It was dlcided to extend Dr. Young,
of Portland, an Invitation to deliver
his famous lecture, ''The Man of
Nazareth" In tnls city at some future
date. Dr. Young Is a most Interest
ing talker. a,nd It in needless to say
that he will be extended a cordial
welcome should he be pursuaded to
Roseburg Is growing bo rapidly,
spreading to now territory bo fast,
tliat the one lone bridge spanning
the river and connecting West Rose
burg with the city is becoming inade
quate for the travel, besides It Is
too far to the south to accommodate
the northern portion of the town and
the west side. Since the city has
passed the one bridge stage of Its ex
istence, the probable site of a second
structure across the L'mpqua is be
ing discussed by mnt.y Interested peo
ple, and the opinion is that a bridge
from the foot of Douglas streot to
Mercy Hospital would be a welcome
00 DAYS GRACE
We give you three months on all
notes In arrears. We will allow you
nine years to rot urn any loan, large
or small. Our contracts are drawn
up for. $100 each; you would take
out as many contracts as you want
$100. Kach one matures In 90 days
and you are guaranteed $100 on
every contract carried to maturity.
We can arrange with farmers to
make aunual payments In advance on
their loans, If they prefer.
Daniel S. R. Walker, Agent
Home Office-Room 1, Bell Sisters Building
Our Board of Directors are com-
posed of the best business men la
the state. We are Incorporated In
the State of Mississippi for $100,000.
We put up a $10,000 bond in Okla
homa to do business In that state
alone. We have qualified In all the
southern and western states to do
business, and this Is certainly evi
dence of our strength and reliability.
Can you ask anything fairer? Your
money In cash will be refunded If
you comply with our contract and
fall to receive a loan. If Interested,
lot us hear from you and we will
take pleasure In Bending you an application.
Rice & Rice,
The House Furnishers
There's Nothing to Compare with a Little Home all
Your Own. Wouldn't you liKe to maKe such hap
piness as this your happiness? Why don't you?
You've got the girl! Of course you have what young man with
thought of a little home all his own has not?
You're anxious, so is she wiiat girl isn't for a little home all her
What's the trouble then is it simply a question of not having
the necessary cash to pay for all the things this little house will need?
If that is the throuble don't let it stand in your way another minute
we'll fix up your little house just as you want it just as cozily and
comfortably as you and we together can plan it. You can furnish it
complete, parlor to kitchen, with every needed thing we've got every
thing here that you can possibly need in the latest, approved styles
and you can pay us a small sum at time of purchase the balance in
little weekly or monthly sums.
We will gladly arrange these payments in amounts to suit your
needs. Won't you come in and let us plan this little home happiness
GLOBE WERNICA BOOK CASES, SOLD ALIKE TO EVERY
BODY EVERYWHERE, their prices are fixed on the solid basis
of moderation, and are same to all. The standard of Section
CASES. Grows as your books accumilate. '
IRON BEDS beautiful new pat
terns, specially priced: $3.00,
$4.50, $5.50, $6.00, $7.00 and up.
SANITARY COUCH makes a
couch a bed a Davenport best
DRESSERS $7.50 and $10.00;
regular $15.00 Dresser No. 93 for
BUFFETS $12.50 to $29.00.
HEATERS $2.25, steel; cast top
ones $3.50 to $6.50; Charter Oak
with swing top $10.50; cast top
and cast bottom Eclipse $10.50.
RANGES ANR COOK STOVES
4 -hole Majestic, best on earth for
$55.00; 4-hole Standard, a good
one for $30.00; 4-hole Charter
Oak, a hummer for $32.50; Cast
Cooks, No. 8 at $12.00 to $29.00.
New Showing of Rugs, Carpets and Draperies
MATTINGS, 20c and 35c yard;
LINOLEUMS, 55c, 60c, 75c to $1.50
PEERLESS MATTRESS The
acme of perfection, at $15.00.
Chairs, Chairs and Rockers. Chairs 50 cents and up; Rockers
$1.50 to $42.50. Wall Papers 10c to 50c double roll. Table Oil
Cloth 20c yeard. Everything for the kitchen, See our new washers.
i Improvement. I