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About The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 4, 1909)
' THB: KtttnVrf' NfeW' WKnWftrfttY? NOVEMBER 3.I900 - I'
B. C. Smith, of Glendale, was a
Tlsltor In the city yesterday.
Q. W. Gage, of Riddle, was a bus
iness visitor In the city yesterday.
Arthur Llndxay has returned from
a successful business trip to Kellogg.
K. Aiiplehoff went to Yoncalla this
morning to look after business mat
ters. I. Johnson returned home today
from a visit of ten weeks duration
F. L. Beard, the popular Yoncalla
merchant, tpent a couple of days in
the city thii week.
A. 8. Knowns, of Ruckles, attend
ed buslnosB matters in the city yes
terday for a few hours.
Attorned l)e Vore, of Drain, re
turned home this morning after a
brief sojourn in this city.
Mrs. C. W. Bradford left for points
In the northern part of the county
this morning to visit friends
Mrs. 8. B. Crouch went to .Medtora
where she will spend about ten days
i.itinr nt fh hr.mfl of her brother.
B. A. Hlnkley, of the W C. Hard- "'sheep
Ing Land Company, Is at Oakland L. J. Howaer a clork at the Pick-
ioAnv innklna itftnr busineas mat-
M. Church left for Eugene and
Portland thto morning where he will
hp end about ten day visiting with
Deputy District Attorney Elbert
Hermann Is at . Yoncalla today at
tending matters connected with bis
Miss Myrtle Campbell has been
visiting Rico Hill Mends, and re
ports having experienced a delightful
Mrs. Dr. Beoly went- to "Myrtle
Creek this morning to spend a few
days visiting at the home of her
father, John Hall.
United Btatea Senator La Follette,
of Wisconsin, who delivered a lecture
ut the Armory last uvenlng departed
for the south thin morning.
Mr. and Mra.-Ji. Bharp, of Pnsco,
Washington, who has been vlHltlng
With Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Bharp,
of this city, for some time, left this
morning for their home.
Mrs. James J. Hall, of Grants Pass
who has been a visitor at tho home
of Mr. and Mrs. . H. Sharp, left
this morning for Portland, where
she has relatives.
A. Kelt on, wife nnd child, who
have been spending tho past year In
this viilnlty, left this tuovulug for
their old home In Indiana where they
will remain Indefinitely.
Mrs, To tiny Thompson has return
ed from u brief vlHit with friends at
Portland and Estacudu. Whllo away
shn spent some time at the homo of
Mr. and Mrs. Louts Bel His, former
citizens of this place.
The W. L. Dysfnger planing mill
Is again In operation after a shut
down of several weeks. Aside from
a new crank shaft a modern engine
has been Installi-d In the plant and
the owner anticipates little delay In
filling orderc In the future.
Tho case of J. F, Culver vs. New
ton Howe which was scheduled for
disposition before Justice John T,
Long Monday afternoon has been
postponed Indefinitely. Culver Is
suing to recover the sum of $51), al
leged to be due for morchandlrie
tumlahed the defendant.
Sir Esipilro Humtllon whs awarded
judgment In -tin sunf of$ 1 0 In 'Jus-"
tlco Long's court yesterday after
noon. Mrs. Itobort L. Taylor was
the defendant to the action. The
plaintiff alleged that he loaned the
defendant $5 upon two occasions,
taking a promlHory note as security,
lie alleged among his allegations
that he had been unable lo realize
on the note, thus the suit. Attorney
Charles Hamilton appeared for the
. . . .
k -n m m . m m n i m m mm m m m i
Lumber, Lath, Sliiny1.es and
Doors and Windows of all Kinds.
XX YurdBon I.oworOnk Street.
it 'Phone 1411
Consider Purchase. .
As we go to press the county
court is considering the pur
chase of a rock crusher. - It is
said that the members have flu
ally agreed uikju a suitable Im
plement and intend to purchase
the same this evening lieale
& Company's representative, of
sun-male the sale.
Portland will probably con-
Adnlph Dorner, Cleveland, was
a guest of friends Wednesday.
Attorney IK Vore, of Drain, was
a bublnuss visitor In the city W.ednes-
MlHRMarv Cloake haa none to Port -
'8aO Cloake naa gone to port -
laiiu tor a snort visit.
U.m B. Uunrv houa arnolrflH holr!
(vre ranch in the vicinity of;
Kdcnboer with ueveial nunr red head
ens ana mmuime hum-h, i vuhiwidu
to his home with a severe attack of
The northbound "Shasta Limited"
took on passengers hero yesterday
afternoon for the llrst time since Its
A letter received from Frank G.
Mlcelll Wednesday, who Is at present
sojourning at HaMey, Idaho, says he
Is well and enjoying his visit.
The McKeuzle Mery Makers will
.appearrat'thHt-ar ti-ai-Re Mils even-
lug In Jho Clrcu'j (ml, I he com-
continues to draw a !uige crowd.
The forest rangers were enter
tnlned at a banquet at the Koscburg
hotel last evening. Most of their
number left the city this morning
for their respective homes.
It. H. Summers was down from
Riddle yesterday looking after
business matteus preparatory lo his
spending the winter visiting friends
Miss Catherine Ollson, sister of
Mrs. W. A. Petl.lt, arrived here Wed
nesday morning from Underwood,
Minn., for an extended visit. She
was accompanied by Miss May Moon,
W. K. Dcels has Just returned to
the city from a hunting trip In the
mountains between the forks of the
river. He sajs he found snow 18
Inches deep, but for all that had a
good time and plenty of meat.
"Peaeablo Hill" officially known
as Post mauler W. H. (Inilmm. of
rillor. Is in the city toddy attending
to business atluirs lierlainiug to his
merchandise establishment and also
to mattei-H before the county court.
The work that Is being done by
tho fruitgrowers of Douglas county
to Improve their already valuable
orchurds and berry farms Is prom
ising of future gratifying valuable
results. So long as there Is an en
deavor to Improve In any lino of in
dustry or production, so long will It
improve to tho pro lit of the owners,
and especially is this so In the
fruit line as wo have the best nat
ural conditions In soil and climate
for Its perfect propagation to be
found on tho northwest roast.
S. Burchard, a local stage driver,
went wrong last evening, and as a
result landed In tle city Jail. He
was arraigned before City Recorder
Orcutt this morning and upon enter
ing a plea of guilty was lined in the
sum of $10. A scarcity of ready coin
has compelled the "unfortunate"
young man to solicit his friends for
the necessary cash to secure his re
leased At a late hour this afternoon
ho was still endeavoring to Invoke-!
tho aid of friends, and It may be pos- i
sible that, he will escape the humil
iation of serving a Jits 1 sentenre.
ma urn m . mK m mm m m 1 v r -t
Dry Finish Lumt er
We're in a Position
to oftVr you the best tho market af
fords In the way of Meats; ami our
prices you know aro always lowest.
We handle only prime stock. Qual
ity nnd quantity guaranteed. Fine
roasting pieces of beef from 8c to
12Hc pound. First class mutton,
voul, pork and poultry equnlly low.
Can't do better anywhere. Phone us
you reorder. We deliver to any part
I.oriS KOIU.IIAGKX. Prop.
West Casa St. Phone 111.
IN THE HOME
Klcctiiclty furnishes comforts
heretoforo unthouht of.
The luxuries of yesterday aro
necosHltlos of today. The best
way to make our home attrac
tive and u pulnco In its Interior
conditions of living Is by the use
of electric llght.
G. L. PRIOR
x. Jackson St. Rceeburj;, Or
MRS. R. D. BUR- ,
Mrs. R. D. bun-own, the esteemed
wife of Dr. R. D. Burrows, formerly
a rIilnt of this city, paused away
at her home at Burns, Oregon, Mon
day morninif. death belnir inn rpmilt
1 of blood poisoning. Tho deceaned
; wan 65 years of age and leaves a hus-
! hnnrl nnd thrn i)iihlrin In mmtrn hr
I sad demUe, The funeral was held
ui nuniH yemeruuy.
Mrs. Burrows resided In Roaeburg
for some time prior to five years ago
when the family moved to Burns.
She was well known In this vicinity
where she has a host of friends who
dfplore her sudden death. At, a wife
!amI othsr b1, wa9 iways kind and
i - . . I10BseHsill fl liimiSlHnn
affectionnte. possessing a disposition
" CI Ul IIIKIIVBl CTtCUIII
The on'v surviving relative In this
city la a brother, S. J. Black.
M. E. Church. Sunday at the M.
E. church, preaching at 11 a. in. and
7:30 p. m. by the pastor, Jas. K.
Hawklns. Subject for mornmg ser-
vice, "Weak Places In the Life of a
K!l! Hero," evening service, "A
Practical Test of Christianity."
congregational singing. Special mu
bIc by large and well trained choir.
Strangers especially welcome.
South Methodist Church. Rev. K.
M. Mears, pastor. Services 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m., conducted by the
tpastor. Morning theme, "The Harps i
Upon tho Willows," Evening subject,'
"An Answer to the New Religion," i
by Dr. Elliott of Harvard University.
Sunday school at 10 a. m., W. I.
Cobb, Supt. Epworth services
0:30. Kverybody Is welcome to all
Misb Hazel Coshow, who has been
visiting friends In Portland for sever-1
al days. Is home again. I
H. Wigert. an old and respected ,
resident of this county, passed away
at the home of Ered Wamback, near!
Dlxonville, this morning after a
brief Illness. Death as the result
of a hemorrhage. The deceased was
a native of Germany and had resided
at the home wher he died for eight
years. Ho was 69 years of age and
single. As far.as Is known he has no
relatives on the coast. The funeral
will be held at the Burke cemetery
tomorrow morning at 10:30 o'clock
Rev. W. A. Smick. officiating.
Christian Church. My subject for
next. Sunday morning will be "Spir
itual Awakening," and tho evening
subject (s "What shall J Teach.
K. E. Hiltlngtou will be with us uex
Wednesday evening and begin a five
days oH. S. Rally. Come to the S. S.
next Sunday and help us get ready
for this Rally. J. N. McConnell,
Xl'USERY TREES FOR SALE.
Homo grown, consisting of stand
ard apples such as Newton Pippin,
Spltzenberg nnd Ortly; on branched
roots with scions from orchard of A.
I. Mason, Hood River, Ore'. War
ranted truo to nanio. Can also fur
nish any nursery stock desired from
a reliable nursery. Write for prices
to George W. Rlddlo. Rlddlo, Ore. tf
rOK RENT Furnished room. Apply
, at 2Ly Oak street, or at tills
ROOMS TO RENT. My the day or
week. Apply to 111) North Main
FOR" RENT f louse on Cass street
11 blocks from postolllce. Inquire of
Judge Hamilton. d-tf
EOU SALE House nn(WimTTotslii
city, well located; Furniture and
lot of line wood; $1,200. Inquire
at -rooms ti and 7, Marsters Bldg.
WANTED Three rauvasstng agents;
big snap; good for $150 per mouth
clear money. Address P. O. Hnx
fill!. Cottage drove, Oregon. dn-t
Dewberry and Excelsior Straw
berry plants of tho R. M. Kellogg
o strain of thoroughbreds. L. S.
Coon, Dillard, Oregon. tf.
FOR SALE. I have frorsn!e 100
goats or nannies. Weathers $2
each. Nannies $3 each. Enquire
of E. T. Woodruff, Cleveland,
Oregon, or at this otllce. n-ttO
l'Olt SAl.K S acres, all plowed and
In m'ilin: i mile front town. Well
subdivided Into two-acre tracts,
at $200 per ucre. or SltioO.00 fur
entire place. Call room ti and 7
Mnrotors fllldK. d-tf.
Flour has nearly doubled in price.
- We sell
B R E AD
at the same prices and it is the
best. Cookies, buns, cinnamon
rolls and , doughnuts 10c Per
dozen. Pies 10c each. Our
caRes are the best.
CASS STREET j PHONE 357
(Special to The Evening News)
CALDWELL, Idaho. Nov. 4. The
Warren Construction Company, of
Portland, was awarded a contract in
Caldwald, Idaho, on October 26th for
125, 0'iO worth of Bitulithlc pave
ment, same as being laid In your
city, price being $2.45 per square
Are Still Worrying tin Authorities at
(Special to The Evening News)
8POKANH, Nov. 4. The Indus
trial Workers of the World aro re
suming their attack today upon the
anti-street sneaking ordinance. 20
j were arrested. They claim to have
received a thousand dollars from
Chicago, and that other cities are
offering their financial aid. Hun-
dreds of members are coming to as-
slst in the'flght. They threaten suits
for damages reaching Into the thou-
sands for alleged Ill-treatment of
members and on account of unhealthy
conditions of the jail.
ROIim RS ABOARD SHIP
Secure $."0,000 In Gold
(Special to The Evening News)
NEW YORK. Nov. 4. News leak
ed out this afternoon that Bometlme
between lnat night and early today
robbers aboard the Hamburg-Amer-
!" "Bl",ne,r Joacnin, mew
s suie open aim secured ou,-
onJ In K,ld aml escaped.
Jh? P ice r Ruardlng the ship
ftnd peeping the ships crew under
If sheath gowns become popular,
the feminine sex will dabble In the
stock-raising business enough to
learn how to raise fat calves,
The Second Annual
National Apple Show
Will be held at
This Apple show is a world wide
event of the greatest importance to
the Pacific Northwest and in order to
encourago everyone to attend the
SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO. will make a
special round trip rate of
One and ane third fare
From all Points; on
Its lines in Oregon.
Tickets will be on rale at all
stations, main lines and branches,
November 14 and loth. Final re
turn limit November 22.
' In prizes will be
Instructive Lectures, In
tnresting program every
day during' the show.
For further informntion(call on anjy
Southern I aoillc agent or on
Wm. McMurray, ,
General Passenger Agent
Goods of" every description
moved to any part of the
city. Prices reasonable.
H. S. FRENCH
CHOICEST GROCERIES I
Provisions of all
kinds for those
nice crisp goods
We'll Treat You Right
Mrs. H. Easton
l Oll SALE.
FOK SALE Show cases and count
ers for sale. Inquire at Marsters
Drug Company. tf.
FOR SALE. Ten acre tract, 6
room house, two miles from city.
Price, $1700. Well improved. Ad
dress "Z" care of News office, n-23
FOR SALE. Saw mill and machin
ery. Inquire of J. F. Burker, Rose
TORaT7e!250 tier of hardwood
for the stove at $lper tier; 8 miles
from Itoseburg. on Looking Glass
road. W'm. Kaiser.
FOR SALE. One
hundred cord of
dry oak wood. For particulars
call on or write to r. B. Weaver,
Riddle. Orecon. tf.
FOR SALB. My line 60-acre
near and annle orchard. Will sell
the whole or part. Can be divided
Into three very desirable orchard
tracts. H. H. Olcott, Cnnyonvllle,
TIMBER LANDS FOR SALE. A
few claims of choice timber lands
In Douglas county Tor sale. Will
sell all or a part as desired. For
particulars call on or write to
Alex B. Mott, Oakland
FOR SALE One Hues self-feeding
and self-setting shingle machinery;
capacity 25,000 shingles per day;,
as good as new. Also one steam
pump; 2 Inrh suction, one and one
half discharge. Write for price
and description. Geo. W. Riddle,
Riddle, Oregon. tf
FOR SALE. 8000 acres, consist
ing of Farm, Fruit Lands and
Stork Ranches. Good improve
ments, nicely watered with brooks
and springs. Good roads. R. R.
Station on . property. For sale
chehp If, taken at once. Inquire
o of Jones, Mott & Co., Oakland,
FOR SALE Fifty-seven aores;
acres in prunes; plenty apples; all;
kipds of nuts; grapes in abund
ance: good 7-room house, large
warehouse: 3-tunnel prune drier.
1 ifrgb bifl'IIT P rt W$".l Ttftr'Tl ii ce
Is one mile nnd a half from Wil
bur. For further particulars, ad
dress G. V. Heath, Wilbur, Ore
unn. Route I. N-14
WANTED. Fresh milch cow. Ad
dress J. I. Sprlngstead, Roseburg,
or pnone 15 i 4.
FARM FOR RENT. I have 240
acres I will rent for cash or for
one-third of the proceeds; ' will
rent for one. two or three years.
Good buildings and plenty of run
ning wnter. For further particu
lars write to Patrick Murphy,
Coles Valley, Oregon. tf
1'0 RENT. Two unfurnished front
rooms. Inquire at this .ollice for
LOST. Fox hound dog, black and
tan. Lost headwaters of Hubbard
Creek. Flnc.er please notify Ira
E. Pierce. Cleveland. Good re-1
ward. Phone 152X4. 0-28
WANTED. Shovelere; also
and wagons for hauling gravel.
AddIv: Tho Sutherlln Land .
Water Co., Sutherlln. Oregon. , tf j
NOTICE. Hunting, with or without ' , -
dogs Is positively prohibited on Ite'.&fQQ&v&zZfjpxi
lands of the Curry Estate. N.
Curry Estate. JOHN T. LONG .
FOR RENT. Housekeeping rooms if Rooms 7 and 8, Douglas Co.
" can be found at 327 Burke andj1 Bank Building. '
Pine streets. They are neat. de--8 Roseburg. Oreeon. ' a
slrable and are supplied with el-!
ectric light, water and baths, il-lt '
j-. J. A. BUCHANAN
Notary Public Abraham Bldg.
J. 0. FCLLERTOX
If Attornej-At-Law. 4
V Will practice In nil State and
Federal Courts. Office In Marks
Building. Roseburg, Oregon.
COSHOW & RICE
Taylor & Wilson Building.
A. S. HUEY, Op. D.
Cass St., First Door East of
Telephone Office. -
P. W. HAYNES
, Dentist "
& Roseburg National Bank Bldg.
Hours 10 to 12, 2 to 4.
if Phone 1283.
Roseburg - - - Oregon.
J. R. CHAPMAN, D. D. S.
4 Dentist '
U Hours 9 a. m. lo b p. m. Tel- $
epbone 1 1 4 1 1 Abraham Bldg.
i; Residence Phone 1406. Df
.DIt. C. L. PEARSON,
' Review Bldg. Phone 753.
t'f Roseburg, Oregon. &
G. J. DACHF.K, I). M. D.,
, bl'.hl,, bETHKH & STEWART
' Pliysii iiins nnd SurKcons
Office Lower floor Douglas Co.
tf Bank bldg., coiner Main and
! Oak streets. Phone 771.
lOLMKIt V. HOOVER,
$ 1'liyslciun and Surgeon
w Office. Main St., One Door South
of City Hall. Phone 341.
i Roseburg, Oregon. :i:
DR. GEO. E. HOUCK,
I'liyslclun and Surgeon.
Office, Review Bldg., Phone 31.
DR. LUCETTA SMITH A
Women's and Children's
Hours, 10 to 12 a. m.. 2 to 4 n Ji
m. Phones Office.. 1711. Res.
ft nW'MSfafers Blick, next to
Douglas Couuty Bank Bldg.
R Hieburg, Oregon.
i CRAWFORD WATSON
I, a. iu. urawiord J. o. Watson
it Rooms 1 and 2; Douglas Co.
' Bank Bldg.
Roseburg, Oregon. r
K. W. MARSTERS
if Notary Public. Rooms S and
7, Marsters Building.
ttp Roseburg, Oregon.
CLAl'DE W. DEVORK
Mack Bldg. Drain, Oregon,
3 H. AISTIN c
Wilbur ... Orerou &