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About The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 5, 1909)
THE KVENINO NEWS
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER II, 1900
A. J. Dear-linn, or Oakland, was a
visitor in the city yesterday.
Wright Barton, of Glendale, visit
ed friends in the city yesterday.
Jasper Kegles, of Yoncalla, is a
business visitor in the city today.
Carl A. Sabln, of Sutherlln, Is
transacting business in the city to
Charles Boroughs, of Glide, was a
business visitor in the city yester
day. Attorney Carl Wlmberly. of Drain,
t In the city today attending to le
Ralph ClawBon, plumber, has re
turned' from a successful business
trip to Portland.
Claud Klddrr, at one time a res
ident of this city, but late of Marsh
field, is nailing on friends In this vi
cinity. W. J. Kolklier "was In the city
from his farm on Doer Creek und
put his name on l ho subscription Hut
of The Evening News.
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Charimnn. of
Ollile. vislti'd wlih Mr. and Mrs. B.
W. Strong. Wednesday and Thurs
A ninrrluue license haB been grant-
A to Mr. I.uther II. Duugherty and
Miss May Bishop, both residents of
Kred Rlsley has returned home
after spending several weeks In the
Dr. Seiner and wife have gone to
Portlnud, the former to look after
business matters and the latter to
, Visit friends.
Dr. Kueifninn. of Glendale, was
In the city yesterday visiting friends.
and was uccoiupanled by his wire.
K O. PerhHin, who has the con
tract for the construction of the now
Deer Crek bridge, stales that he
exneels to complete the Job thlB
Mr. Kves. of Melroso, was admit
ted to Mercy Hospital today. Ho is
Buffering from paralysis and will he
attended by Drs. Bclhcr, Beely and
A lone drunk ho refused to di
vulge his name or address was
nicked up by Marshal Huffman yes
terday afternoon Hnd landed in the
Mim Culver, a trained nurse of
Portland, returned homo yesterday
after spending some time visiting at
the home of hor brother, John Culver
In this city.
Frank Goodman was fined $10 In
the city recorder's court yosterday
afternoon on a chargo of disorderly
conduct. Ho paid the amount and
wont his way.
Eugene Ilnniian and John Banks,
the local stock buyers, arrived here
yesterday from the country with
about 250U sheep which thoy will
ship to the Portland market.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Vinson left late
yesterday afternoon for the bitter's
homestead about five miles from tho
city on tho North lynpiiua. Mrs.
Vinson recently won her contest
rase, and therefore will make ar
rangements to assume control of the
land at once.
Neal Mclicth, the Individual who
was arrested on a charge of disor
derly conduct, was dismissed when
arraigned before City llecorder Or
cult Wednesday afternoon. Ills re
lease was requested by tho city at
torney who whs unable to procure
sulllclent evidence to warrant a con
viction. Marshal George Phillips, of Oak
land, whs in Hie city yesterday at
tending matters connected with Ills
olllcial duties. He reports Oakland
quiet, ospeclallv along criminal lines.
While hero .Mr. Phillips paid "Rusty"
llogan, of Oakland, -a call at the clty
jail. llogan Is serving a seven days
sentence for drttnkonucHH.
H LEONA MILLS LUMBERCOMPANY
Lumber, Lath, Shingles and
Doors and Windows of all Kinds.
Yanlson Lower Oak Street.
George Kruse, of Melrose, Is a vis
Itor In the city today.
Prof. liaker'B little child Is confined
at home with an attack of chicken
Attorney James Watson is spend
in the day at Myrtle Creek attend
ing legal matters. ,
Mrs. Frank Rogers Is ill at her
home In this city. Hhe Is being at
tended by Dr. hi. V. Hoover.
B. 11. Brown, of Elkton, Is In the
city spending a few days at the home
of Ills daughter. Mrs. Jtoy A gee.
Mrs. F. T. Ott left for her home
at Portland this morning after a
brief vlolt at the home of her sou
in this city.
Mrs. Frank Woodard left this
morning for Eugene where she will
spend about ten days vlitlng at the
home ot her parents.
G. Jaiiulns, cf Melrose, return
ed from Portla.id this morning,
whoro ho had beei In the interest of
T. T. Patterson, representing Beale
& Company, of Portland, left the
city thlB morning for Cottage Grove
where he expects to sell a rock
John Spaugh, of Looking Glass, Is
a visitor In the city today. His wife
left this morning for Eugene where
she will remain for some time visit
The little dnugllter of Attorney R.
W. Marsters Is quite 111 at the family
homo In West Roseblirg. Tho symp
toms tend to show that the child Is
mirroring from infantile paralysis.
Mrs. M. E. Yockey, who has been
visiting friends In Albany and Cot
luge Grove tor sevoral dayB, stopped
off at this city, enroute home, and
is the guest of her son, L. E. Yockey.
Archdeacon Chambers, of the
Episcopal church, announces that he
will not hold services here on next
Sunday. Tho regular services will
bo held on Sunday, November 14.
Manager Frear, or the local Water
& Light system? states that he is ex
pecting the new generator for the
Winchester plant to arrive here any
day. With the now generator In
stalled, the lighting capacity of the
plant will be doubled.
The regular monthly meeting of
the members of the Roseburg Com
mercial Club will be held Monday
evening. It Is desired that all who
possibly can attend as there are a
number of matters needing the Im
mediate attention or Ilia Club.
V. B. Walte. of Sutherlln, Is spend
ing the day In the city nttendlng bus
iness matters. Mr. Walte reports the
fact that sixteen out of the nineteen
agents recently sent to Sutherlln by
tho Luce Land Company purchased
land, the smallest tract or which con
tained 10 acres.
A lone drunk who gave his name
as Pli-kens and Ills address as Greens
station was picked up by Murshal
lltllfinan yesterday afternoon while
roaming the streets In nn Intoxicated
condition. Ho was arraigned before
City Recorder Circuit this morning
and upon entering a plea of guilty
was fined in thu bum of $10.
At tho regular meeting of the
Irtmtees or the Roseburg Commercial
Club hold last, evening Joseph Mlcelll
wasQelected a member of tho house
committee to fill the vacancy caused
by the resignation, of Sam Joseph
son. Mr. Joscphson was recently
elected president of the Club, there
fore he Is unable to continue a niem
of the committee. Three applica
tions for membership were also con
sidered and accepted ns follows: M.
('. Miller, of the Kill llel'llll Land &
Water Co.; Herman Marks and .1. A.
Murry. manager of the local ofllee
of the Paelllc States Telephono and
Dry Finish Lumt cr
ROSEBURG,. OREGON $
We're in a Position
to offer you the beet tho market af
fords In the way of Meats; and our
prices you know are always lowest.
We handle only prime stock. Qual
ity nmt quantity guaranteed.. Fine
roasting pieces of beef from Ho to
12 c pound. First class mutton,
veal, pork and poultry equally low.
Can't do better anywhere. Phone us
your order. We deliver to any part
of the city.
Cass Street Marhet
I Dt'lS KOIILHAGK.N, lrop.
107 West Cass St. Phone 1S1.
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5 fcLfcU 1 K1U i Y
IN THE HOME 5 If
Klectrlclty furnishes comforts & I &
heretoforemthoueht of. w f
The luxuries ot yosterday are
tho necessities of today. The best
way to make our home attrac
tive and a palace !n Its Interior
conditions of living la by the use
ot elcctrg light.
G. L. PRIOR
315 N. Jackson St.. Ikscburg, Or
IF SEEKING THE NEWEST
Ira Hatfield, of Sutherlln, spent
last evening in the city.
Hank Smith has gone to the
mountains where he will Hpend sev
S. R. Urisbin, Looking Glass' pro
gressive merchant, was In the city
today on business connected with his
Mrs. O. A. Huell, accompanied by
her daughter, Mrs. Curry, leaves next
week for points In Iowa where she
will spend the winter. Her daughter
will return after a three week s visit.
Grafton Worthlngton, the contrac
tor, commenced work of laying the
new cement sidewalk In front of the
Mack property on Jackson street this
morning. He will push the work to
an early completion. ;
Wendell Klipplng, Henry Kllpplng
and Alexander Cunningham have de
clared their Intentions to become I
nutnrnlized citizens of the United I
States. They filed the necessary doc
uments with the county clerk yester
H. T. McClallen, chairman of the
street cleaning committee, says that
tho work' of cleaning the paved
streets will he commenced thlB even
ing. Such news is very gratifying
to those who are in favor of a clean
1). E. Powers has filed a suit In
tho circuit court against W. W. Card
well. The action is brought to re
cover tho sum of $200, alleged to be
due upon a nroniisory note executed
In the mime of Phil Metcbam In
November 1 9 0 ;t . Attorney Carl E.
Wlmberly, of Drain, represents the
Deputy District Attorney Elbert
Hermann returned from Myrtle Creek
last evening, having spent the day
at that place prosecuting L. Daugher
ty accused of killing China pheasants
contrary to law. Ho was acquitted,
having established the fact thai the
bird In question was a cock pheasant
and not n hen.
W. T. O'Hrien has filed suit in the
circuit court against the Skeily Lum
ber Company. He brings the action
In hope of recovering $1SM), alleged
to be due upon several proiuisory
notes executed by the defendants.
Plulntlff a!so asks fur a reasonable
attorney fee as well as interest on
the several notes from the dat of
Issuance until the date ot tiling the
suit. Attorney Win. A. Mtiuly, of
Portland, represents the plaintiff.
After an existiuire of little more
Hi n n two .years the Douglas County
Fruit (i rowers' Association has dis
banded, -io fruit having been shipped
to them this sea .on. The end of the
association ov.iie as a dream the
members simply withdrawing without
ceretnonj . The disbanding nf the
organization is attributed to the fact
that many of the members were dis
satisfied with the price obtained for
i their fruit, prel'erhig to dispose of It ,
. Individually hereafter. I
Flour has nearly doubled in price.
B RE AD
at the same prices and it is the
best. Cookies, buns, cinnamon
rolls and doughnutf 10c Per
dozen. Pies 10c each. Our
caKes are the best.
YOU'LL FIND IT HERE.
It would be worth your while
to pay a visit to the "Style
Store' Just to view our ele
unut importation of Tailored
Coats. They are all reigning
favorites, and will appeal very
fctrotitfly to women who appre
ciate cluth.es of character. To
get an idea of the charming
color, the real richness of the
material and trimming of these
couts, we usk you to come in
and try them on.
Prices Range From
$7.50 to $25.00
Ladies' and Gents'
The county court expects to ad
journ tomorrow evening.
,7. F. Daugherty, of Yoncalla, Is
spending the day in the city attend
ing to business matters.
AlcKenzle's Merry Makers will ap
pear a the Star theatre this evening
in the ' trice or Honor.
IS. S. Morrison is in on a brief vis
it from his homestead, and was rush
ed with business while here.
L. J,.Howse& who, lyis0lveen on the
sick list for the past few days has
resumed his labors at the Mlllege
and Pickens store.
Vincent Preschorn was In from the
Mount Alto farm, near Glide, today,
with a load of the finest yellowdent
corn seen in the market this fall.
OATS 50c bushel.
HAY Vetch. $.12 to $14 ton;
grain, $12 to $14: alfalfa, $17.
ROLLUD BARLEY $30.00 ton.
STEERS -Alive, ,1c lb.
COWS Alive 2c.
VEAL Dressed, iic. lb.
HOGS Pressed, 8c; Alive 6c.
POULTRY Mixed chickens, alive,
10c to 1 2c; dressed, 1 2c; ducks,
alive, !l fti 10c; dressed, 14 Gi 15c.
BUTTER Creamery, 42 c U.
countrv, 37 Vc lb.
EGGS -4 Op doss.
POTATOES New, lc lb.
WOOL Spring. 24c; fall, 20c;
year clip. 24c.
CABBAGE 1 'ac. lb.
ONION'S- -2c lb
WOOD FOR SALE. Dry oak. deliv
ered. Inquire of A. D. Jones, 405
FOR It 10 NT Furnished room. Apply
nt 2L"J Oak street, or at t Ills
ROOMS TO RENT. By I lie davor
week. Apply to 119 North Main
FOR RENT Honao on GSTSikk
:i blocks from posioillr o. inquire ,
I-Oll SALE House and four lota In
city, well located; Furniture and i
lot of line wood; Jl.L'oo. Inquire j
nt rooms (i and 7, Marsters Uldg.
WANTED Three canvassing ascnts;
blS snap; good fur $150 per month
cleur money. Address P. O. Box
5:l!l. Cotlaae Grove. Oregon, dn-6
Goods of every description
moved to any part of the
city. Prices reasonable.
H. S. FRENCH
KOH SALE. Mammoth Blackberry,
Dewberry and Kxcelsior Straw
berry planta of the R. M. Kellogg
strain or thorough breds. L. a.
Coon, Dlllard, Oregon. tf.
FOR SALE. I have for sale ' 10b
goats or nannies. WeatherB $2
each. Nannies $3 each. Enquire
of hi. 1. Woodruft, Cleveland,
Oregon, or ut this office. n-30
FOR SALE 8 acres, all plowed and
in grain; 1 mile from town. Will
sub-divide into two-acre tracts,
at $200 per acre, or $1600.00 for
entire place. Call room 6 and 7
iMursters Bldg. d-tf.
FOR bALE Show cases and count
ers for sale. Inquire at Marstei
Drug Company. tf
FOR SALE. Ten acre tract, 5
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. Barker, Rose
FOR SALE. 260 tier of hardwood
for the stove at $1 per tier; 8 miles
from Roseburg. on Looking Glass
road. We Kaiser. tf
FOR SALE. One hundred cord of
dry oak wood. For particulars
call on or write to v. E. Weaver,
Riddle, Oregon. tf.
FOR SALE. My fine . 60-acre
pear and apple orchard. Will sell
the whole or part. Can be divided
Into three very desirable orchard
tracts. H. H. Olcott, Canyonville,
TIMBER LANDS FOR SALE. A
few claims of choice timber lands
In Douglas county for sale. Will
sell all or a part as desired. For
particulars call on or write to
Alex B. Mott, Oakland, Or. tf.
FOR SALE One Giles self-feeding
and self-setting shingle machinery;
capacity 25,000 shingles per day;
as good as new. Also one steam
pump; 2 Inch suction, one and one
half discharge. Write for price
and description. Geo. W. Riddle,
Riddle, Oregon. tf
WANTED. Fresh milch cow. Ad
dress J. I. Springstead, Roseburg,
or phone 1574.
WANTED. Salesmen. Many make
$100 to $150 per month; some
even more. Stock clean, grown on
reservation, far from old and pest
ridden orchards. Cash advanved
weekly. Choice of territory. Ad
dress Washington Nursery Co.,
The Second Annual
National Apple Show
Will be held at
This Apple show is a world wide
event of the Rale-i importance to
the Tacific Northwest and in order to
everyone to attend the
cjnrTiii'PM PiPipip rr, n i
hUL 1 Hk"-N 1 AU1 'It CO. Wllljllake a
special round trip rate of
One and one third fare
From all Points on
Its lines in Oregon.
Tickets will be on sale at all
stations, main lines and branches.
November 14 and luth. Final re
turn limit November 22.
In prizes will be
Instructive Lectures, In
tnresting program every
day during the show.
For further information call on any
Southern Facitle agent or on
General Passenger Agent
J. A. Bl'CHANAN
Notary Public. Abraham Bldg.
It J. C. FULLERTOW
if Will practice In all State and
Federal Courts. Office In Marks
ft Building. Roseburg, Oregon.
S COSHOW RICE
ft Taylor & Wilson Building. ft
A. S. BVEY, Op. D.
ft Cass St., First Door East of
ft Telephone Office.
ft Roseburg, Oregon,
tf P. W. HAY.VKS
i Roseburg National Bank Bldg.
Hours 10 to 12, 2 to 4.
if Phone 1283.
Roseburg ... Oregon.
J. R. CHAPMAN, I). D. S.
if Hours 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. Tel
it ephone 1141. Abraham Bldg.
it Residence Phone 1406.
0 ' Dentist
i.DIt. C. L. PEARSON,
Review Bldg. Phone 763. if
if Roseburg, Oregon.
G. J. BACH EK, D. M. I)., if
Abraham r.oseburg, t
Building. Oregon, if
ski:lv, sktiiuk & stewaut
Physicimts and Surgeons
Office Lower lioor Douglas Co.
Bank bldg., corner Main and
N Oak streets. Phone 771.
if ELM Kit V. HOOVER,
Pliysiciau and Surgeon
if Office, Main St., One Door South
of City Hall. Phone 341.
if Roseburg, Oregon.
if Dl. fJEO. E. HOUCK,
if Physician and Surgeon.
Office. Review Bide.. Phono 31. Jk
DR. LUCETTA SMITH Ut
Physician $: "
Women's and Children's
Hours, 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 p.
m. Phones Office, 1711, Res.
1721. Marsters Block, next to
Douglas County Bank Bide. a
K seburg. Oreeon. ft
CRAWFORD & WATSON
A. M. Crawford J. O. Watson
if Rooms 1 and 2, Douglas Co.
Bank Bldg. ,
w Roseburg, Oregon.
R. W. MARSTERS
if Notary Public. Rooms 6 and
It 7, Marsters Building.
CLAUDU W. DEVORS
Mack Bldg. Drain, Oregon.
gjaKHB?-TTT fflrW a it u a B
JOHN T. LONG Z
Rooms 7 and 8, Douglas Co. a
Bank Building. . a
Roseburg, Oregon. ft
ft J. H. AISTIN J
2 Notary Public. ft
W Oregon, i