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About The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 5, 1909)
THE EVEVIVG NEWS
PIIIIIAY, NOVKMRKR B, 1000
Price $1.00 Per Ounce.
NOTES FHOM LOOKING GLASS
For Sale By
Fullerton & Richardson
THE DRUQ STORE OF QUALITY
. Roseburg;, Oregon
Mrs. J. T. . Spaugh took the morn
ing train for Eugene to visit her
daughter and son.
Farmers are busy Bowing and the
prospects (or largo acreage in grain
Jim Goodman 1b breaking out 200
ncres of virgin soil which he expects
to seed this winter.
Mrs. O. H. Buell has leased her
ranch to parties who expect to put
in the crop at once.
Wlbur Spaugh, who was Injured
by fulling from a tree 3 years ago, is
at Kugene taking treatment of a
specialist for the spine and hopes to
recleve material benefit.
Frank Strickland Is rported In
very bad health. His abdomen and
legs are very badly swuleu, uud he
seems to be getting worse.
Drilling for oil gos merrily on, and
a depth of over 400 feeU has been
Our phone system well it's so
we can hardly got central any more.
ATTENTION. It04I SUI'KltVISOHS
1 am now prepared to furnish cul
vert pipe, 8, 10, i, 15, 18, 20 and
24 Inch. Let me know what you
will need so i can have It hardened
and ready when you need it. Fat,
the Contractor, tt
RAY e. button
IN THE WOULD
Is a harder job for some. folks than
getting tip In -the morning. We'll
guarantee that you'll get up on time
from that good, sound, refreshing
sleep if one of our alarm clocks Is in
hearing -distance. Tho market isi
full of cheap makes we siw one
the other day with lead pivot. but
I we don't keep that kind. There's
only a rew cents difference in the
price, and the satisfaction we do up
with the clock doesn't cost you a
cligenji:el, the jeweler
MAC CAB E E HALL
NOVEMBER 18, 1909
Watch This Paper
CALL FOll COUNTY WARRANTS
Notice Is hereby given all parties
holding county warrants issued by
Douglas county, Oregon, and Indors
ed "not paid for want of funds" prior
to and Including the 14th day of Jan
uary, 1909, to present the same to
the trensurer of said county at his
office for payment as Interest will
cease thereon after the date of this
Dated at Roseburg. Oregon, this
the 1st day of November, 1909.
J. E. SAWYERS,
Treasurer of Douglas County, Ore.
. TUN MILK NEWS.
Our much needed rain his come
and started tiie grass.
Everybody busy farming.
Mrs. A. M. Culver is having a
beautiful new hejldence built on her
Grandma Coates Is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. K. B. Wells, at Olalla.
School Is progressing under Miss
Emma Agee as teacher.
Miss iny Bushnell has rolurned
home nfter an extended visit at Sa
lem and Bandon.
Rev. B. A. Bristol will preach at
the M. E. church Sunday.
J. B. Howard hns moved onto his
ranch recently purchased of Miss
Mrs. M. L. Bushnell is on the sick
Mrs. Emma Swift Is visiting Mrs.
J. B.. Howard today.
Mrs. W. H. Coats' spent Sunday
with her son, Walter Coats and wife.
DAILY WEATHER KEPOKT
U. S. Weaiiier Bureau, local office,
Roseburg, Oregon, 24 hours ending
5 a. m., November 6, 1909;
Precipitation In inches and hun
dredths: Maximum temperature 59
Minimum.. " 48
Total Preeip. sluce first of month. 41
Avg. Preeip. for this month for
32 years 4.33
Total Preclp. from Sept. 1, 1909,
to . date 5.19
Avg. Precip. from Sept 1, 1877,
Total excess deficiency from Sept.
1, 1909.... . 80
Avg. Preclp. for 32 wet sea
A lazy man seldom has good luck.
Nothing Is too good for the Uriah,
notthor Is cement culverts too good
for the county. Use the best, as It
is the cheapest la the long run. See
Letter heads, bill heads, envelope,
cards, Invitations, everything that
pertains to a first-class printing ea-
tabliBhmeut can be had at The Newi
IE W, ALTHAUS & SONSf
I i Automobiles, Bicycles and Supplies 1
CLOSES DIG WORK II HUE.
lli'v. C W. linker HeslBiilim'.Ui'iteN
Ministers to Study Kinuilrci
Sioper, the cienner and presser,
has just received his fall and winter
samples from the itoyal Tailors, Chi
cago. All tne latest weaves and de
signs are shown. If you are look
ing for something swell can uu him.
He has the goods at the right prices.
Perfect fit guaranteed. tf.
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
new home. You see, they never require,
winding always on the run.
W. E. Clingenpeel,
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
Rev. Charles Wilson Maker, one of i
the busIeHt men anion; tho Knterop&l j
clergymen of Cleveland, will In about !
two weeks take up his new work In;
St. George's parish at cloeiirj?, Ore.
He has resigned as registrar of the
diocese, assistant diocesan secretary,
secretary of the committee on ar
rearages and the rectorships of iit.
Phllip'B and St. Alathew's parishes.
During his two years and a halt
pastorale at St. Philip's the member
ship of the church increased 26 per
ceutr il'p Knights of King Arthur
was organized for the boy and the
Girls' Friendly Society for the girls.
The Interior of the church has been
remodeled and chancel furniture
purchased. A parish house has. also
been equipped for social service. In
the year and. a half work at St. Mat
thew's Mr. Baker has succ'jded not
only In Increasing the membership
but also in organizing a choir which
next week will give a concert to pur
chase chancel furniture. For four
years Hev. Mr. Baker was curate
and "locum tenems" nt St. Paul's
Church, and while there he was in
strumental in obtaining the adoption
by that congregation of a new system
of weekly pledges. Hev. Mr. Baker
also served the St. Albau's Church
on Euclid Heights.
The distinctive feature In all Rev.
Mr. Baker's undertakings has been
the exercise of his business abilities.
He was a business man before he en
tred tho ministry, and is atj.ll a mem
ber of the firm Baker & Son, whole
sale druggists at Ml. Vernon, O.
Itev. Mr. Baker greatly laments
the lack of business experience in
many ministers. "They pass through
the college, are graduated from the
seminary and placed in charge of a
church and property valued at from
$5000 to $50,000," he said, "and it
Is not to be wondered at so many fall
Just because they never had any bus
iness training. Every minister should
lake a year's course of study in
some commercial college."
St. Georges parish at Roseburg,
Oregon, Is lorated on the Umpq.ua
river, !S mlRs south of Portland
and 55 miles fromhe coast. Cleve
land, Ohio, Leader.
Provisions of all
kinds for those
nice crisp goods
We'll Treat You Right
I Mrs. H. Easton
PHONE 263 1
Agents FairbanKs 11 Morse Co.
Cor. Cass and Rose Sts.
t Telephone 1441
GROUCH & ALDRICH
Olllco: Warehouse No.
Near the Depot. Telephone
Main a4ji or 311.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Cement, Plaster, Lime and Cement Blocks, Cement
Sewer Pipe, Mill Work and all Building Material
Give us a call. We will save you money.
A. F. LATHAM TRACTOR, BUILDER
Estimates on all Work Free of Charge. Repair work a
Specialty. Office phone Main 945.
Office at Roseburg ElectriCal House, Cor. Main and Oak
Residence 749 South Main Street. ( Roseburg. Ore.
Manager Frear, of the local Water
& Light system, is enjoying the com
forts of a modern electric heater re
cently Installed In his office. The
hcaW Is a charm and works to per
fection, needing little, if any care or
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
1 Pin i
Will soon be here. Can you afford
to let It paaa without getting tbat
orchard started? A. L. Kltchln will
give you the best value for your
moneyn all kinds ot Nursery Stock.
' Phone 202(1.
IThe Collins Hotel!
Main Street, One Door South X
J J. F. Barker's Hardware Store ?
Good Table Board
With Home Cooking $
frnnrJ T.nfityJnor I
with dean and comfortable beds
By the Day or Week
The House Furnishers
There's Nothing to Compare with a Little Home all
Your Own. Wouldn't you HKe 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 Wjiat 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
QASES. 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 tpo$6.50; Charter Oak
with swing "top $10.56;ccasrtop
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 it $12.00 to $29.00.
New Showing of Rugs, Carpets and, Draperies
MATTINGS, 20c and 35c yard;
LINOLEUMS, 55c, 60c, 75c to $1S0
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 tc 50c double o roll. Table Oil
Cjloth 20c yeard. Everything for the kitchen, See our new washers.
Mr. and Mrs. Bell Collins i