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About The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 8, 1909)
THE FVRKINO NEWS
MOXIIAY, VOV EMI1KR ft, 1 000.'
City News Briefly Recorded
H. O. Lewi hiu returnecUfe-ojn a
Ijunlneim trip 10 i-ortmnu.
O. C. Betlier, or uienuaie, was a
viauor in inu cuy yunmiiiuj.
Fred Agee, or Hror.Kway, spent
Miinoay in mu cujr me si
Ur. Bctner and wne nave reiurneu
irom ruruauii un inv ipii o
fw days visiting frinds.
The county court a'ljournea ai-: went orr the track near tno crossing
urday evening until Friday morning in North Host burg Saturday morn
when they will again assemble and lug.
1 If pose of certain matters needing;
Mrn. Henry Easton, accompanbxl
by her Bon, Albert, went to Portland elnlty.
yenlcrdny nionilng where she will Alrtj. Fitzgerald and children went
upend about three weeks visiting at to Oranlt I'iu-s this morning to rc
tiio home of her daughter, Mrs. Cleo, j side after upending the summer in
McGreevoy ! this city.
James il. Flanagan and son, of i C. M. Mullen, of linker City, spent
JMai'tfhlield, Htopped over here Sat- Sunday in the city vlsiOng his broth
urduy enroute home from a trip to er. John Mulk-ii. who he had not
Han Fianclwo. They were the seen for 3ti years. 0 0 0
Kuests of Hanker T. it. Hnerman
Miss Helen Itiddlo. daughter of C. ,j,KR Grove this morning to look af
O. Riddle, of Kiddle, underwent an ,,;r ,U(iirPKB interests.
operation in flK'M-y i..uu.
dav morning. Dr. Set her wus thu
surgeon and the patient Is getting
County Commissioners Ryan and
Nichols returned to their respective
homes Saturday evening after spend
ing ueveral days in the city In at
tendance at the regular Novembor
term of the county court.
The Deer Creek bridgo was practi
cally completed last evening. Con
tractor Perhain will leave for his
homo ut Murshlleld tomorrow, hav
ing secured several minor contracts
in the vicinity of Couullle City.
Contractor Grafton Worthlngton
has been awarded the contract for
concluding the cement sldewall0
on both sides of Jackson street be
tween Washington and Oak. He will
(yoinnieiiee the work Just as soon as
lie flnlhtles the walk abutting the
W. It. Orcun, at one time a res
ident of this Pity, hut for the past
few years employed at points in Cal
ifornia, Is visiting friends In the city.
During the early day In this Bection
hltOfnther, Aekerman Orcun conduct
ed what wuh then known as the
"faiO freight," operating between
hero and Portland.
Uoonter Colt. Ihih received a let
ter from the Oregon Slate Horticul
tural Soeloty, at Portland, urging
that the citizens in this section of
the state furnish certain products
for exhibition purposes. Suh.Oantlnl
premiums are offered and it is ex
pected that the results will prove
satisfactory. The list of premtimis
tiffeuther with tho vnrlely of articles
solicited,' can bo obtained by calling
at The Evening NewH olhce.
Transfer of the Fourth Oregon In
fantry Into the const artillery ser
vice of the stuO Is the radical
fhiifge iu tli Oregon NuiGmnl liunrd
that L"1 tn 'm.uIo necessary In the
next sixty days. The regimental
Identity of the command will lvc to
or aesi roveo auu me cigui Koiiyiern
Oregon Infantry companies will each
receive a separate deHlguntlon in t e
Kount artillery. Mm memberfl of Co.
1)., O. N. (., stationed at this place,
nro highly elated over the contem
plated change, being considered a
ort tit promolion.
Frank K. All0 returned from
PoiIIqkI Saturday morning where he
upent sevenrj) days. He says that the
Coos May and Inland Electric Itall
wiQ Is sure to go, not wit hstarnltug
reports to the ?oiitrar.f? VhlPro"
PortluQI Mr. Alley hud the pleasure
to meet a numher of capitalists In
tereHted f(T the 0-oJcct, all of whom
declared that. Hie road would be
iQillt na per iiKroeinciit. Tile delay
in iuiui.siiiitg; uie iiiinu is aiminilcii
to various reasons, the ninst import-1
aid. of which is riic fact thai mu' of
llin chief promoters has been III and
iinablu to evaiiilne the papers which
will necessarily have to be duly ex-
cut(fc before acliial survey operations
ei& (sOiiimcnco. O
u'.S:i?6( S S,
Ora Murphy returned to Portland!
una moruii'H am r a urier visn wuu
menus, in 1111:1 city.
1 j niiuniui uoit. wuu rcmura
tno vicinity 01 uoies valley, was a
',"" v n.iiuiu.i).
! Ir. Faulkner returned to Drain
tins morning aner spending aunuay
,iu ij vi.ih um
j The Southern Pacific Hwftch engine
Mrs. E. 11. KuhhHI and children re
turned to Wilbur this morning nfter
a brief viblt with friends in this vl
, a rj
Ijartruni, superintendent of
the local forentry ol!ice ?nt to Cot
hrl-lim nvnr I U r fWl,
will be completed by Tuesday even
ing, ut which tlmo Contractor Per
nam will return to his home tfl'
The Southern Oregon Orchard Co.
has mortgaged their holdings in
this county in the sum of $S,uOO. The
mortgage Is In favor of Caroline M.
J. Kiirtsel and Samuel H. Kussel.
Edvard Singleton Is suendlng the
day at Wilbur, Ho reports the loss
of his faithful dog. Tom, last even
ing. The unlmal died of pneumonia.
The Btreets were partially cleaned
Friday evening, much to the grati
fication of the citizens. Hereafter
they will be swept at frequent Inter
vals. While playing about the family
homo late Friday afternoon the little
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hugh
lett, well known residents of this
city, fell from the porch and broke
her arm. Tho injury was dressed
by Dr. Houck. A speedy recovery
up pears probable.
Mrs. George Kohihagen entertain
ed about fifteen of her lady friends
at a one o'clock luncheon ut her beau
tiful home on South JafSson street
Friday afternoon. The dining apart
ment wus tastefully decorated for the
occapion, cluysant heniums and ferns
being useff In profusion. Misses
Stella SmltlOand Lulu Willis assisted.
Tho Norvel-Shaplelgh Hardware
Company, of Portland, has filed a
suit In the circuit court against All
iums & Sons. They request a judg
ment In the sum ot $ 1 7f topether
with Interest at the rate of G per cent
from last January, the date upon
which they allege the goods we're
nun based by the defendants. At
tornv Jackson appears n behalf of
Const doi'iV hie excitement, occurred
at the AlcClallon hotel shortly after
7 o'clock this morning, when a local
female character of questionable re
pute, rushed Into Hie lobby, and
wit (tout exolnulloii, said she was
about to retire to room No. IS. Ap
pearances r.'iwlcd to show t hat she
wits intoxicated, and therefore Land
lord McClaMen objected strenuoiiMly,
inlerlng lur from the hostlery. The
"lady" refused to obey the commands
of. t ho landlor d, however, and sud
denly mounted the s'aiis with the
Intention of reaching what she sup
posed her abode. Kealislng that tin
w.unnn wus either demented or In
len sf lupled nppe
IKal.d to the police.
Marshal lluiTin0n responding prompt
ly. Alter a infel search the woman
wus apprehended on the third Moot
of ih, Imtel, apparently In search of
her desired 1111111 lers. She was taken
in custody liv the olllcer and now j
"l!iiM - iii.:lii. in it,,, ,,itv i.,u ,.-..iti., :
i he convenience of the cilv rirnuloi- I
ilefTman brands the Individual as ai
bad i'i:i" alb cine that alio caused t
him ronsld' r.ilile ininovnucc enroute
to the hast lie.
The straightest and sur
est road to good Clothes
the best Clothes brings
If you freiuent any of the "by
paths" you'll lie apt to lose your-
seii m iik tangle or intsleadinj;
Whatever we do is well done
whatever" we buy is well chosen
quality is the uliject - and perfect
Clothes satisfaction and elfect.
There arc many other places to
buy Clothes, to lie sure - but you'll
find that tho best is always here.
These clothes are made for us
by the Stein Block Co. and I 'avid
Adlcr, two of the greatest Tailor
organizations in, the wo-ld. Kvery
..Suit we sell is sold with tin ,a,!i
"s'ornto"" jffifffiftiiee ot ati.-Taoliuti"
or your Money wfunded or a now
ftiit in return.
Uomoniboi quality ia the true
tost ofhwipne!ei,eJiy,pur ftood,
Clothes you shall know us.
H. D. May, of Oakland, spent yes
terday In the city.
John Momtt went to Portland Sun
day to spend tho winter.
Ghurles McGee spent yesterday at
Sutlierlin vIhIUiik friends.
William Buxton wag In from his
fiirni ,n hnalnouti n n vAn v
yiIkb Hattle Smith, of Winchester,
wa8 a visitor In the city yesterday,
ltke jones wn8 )n the c(ty Satlll.
1 day looking after liiminiss matters.
Architect Straw is Buttering; from
j a sprained shoulder, the result of
1 Sheriff Fenton Is spending the day
, t y ournoy Vailey surv lie eeal 11a
Mrs. John Hunter returned from
Portland last evening after Visiting
friends at that place.
Mrs. A. N, Orcutt and children
spent Sunday at the home of the for
mer's father at Oakland,
Tho work of laying a new cemeni
sidewalk In front of the Joseplison
store was commenced this morning,
Delos Mathews has retuaied from
San Francisco where he spent several
weeks visiting friends and acquaint
E. L. Wlckum, connected with the
Alameda mines, in Josephine county
j stopped over here yesterday enroute
"Charlies Aunt," Is the title of
the play which will be presented by
the McKenzie Merry Makers at the
Star Theatre this evening.
Mrs. I. P. Gardner, of Myrtle
Creek, arrived on this morning's
train for a few days visit with her
sister. Mrs. L. E. Yockey
Mrs. O. A. Buelt, accompanied by
her daughter, Mrs. Curry, left last
evening for points in .Minnesota
where they will spend the winter,
John R. Lee, of the Kendall
Brothers Water and Light Company
Is authority for the statement that
power will hereafter be furnished
James Inman, at one time the
prospective Socialist candidate for
President of the United States, was
in from his ranch at Flournoy Valley
The Ladies Aid Society of the
Presbyterian church will have on sale
home-made chicken tamalea at Mil-
ledge and Pickens Bros, grocery
store, Friday, November, 12, 1909.
Don't fall to get some. n-12
Mrb. Yockey returned to her home
it Medford last evening after spend
ing a few days visiting at the home
of her son, L. 15. Yockey in this city
H. J. Roblnette, superintendent of
the Yoncalla public schools, return
ed to that place last, evening after
spending Sunday with his family in
I. L. Lewis has filed a suit In the
Justice court against Micheal PVan
ey. and his wife, Nellie. Jle sues to
reiViver the sum of $:!2.S0 which he
alleges he (loaned the defendants
several months ago.
T(io regular meeting of the Ilose-
nurg commercial iuo ne neio
this evening. It is urged that all
members attend Inasmuch as there
are numerous matters needing the
Immediate attention of the body.
James P. Cox wus a business vlsl
tor in the city Saturday. While here
he called at the News olhce, subscrib
ing for Douglas county's leading
daily. t ncle Jimmy Is noted for
knowing a good thing when he sees
City Marshal Huffman, who has
been collecting city licenses dicing
(he past few days reports excellent
results. lie says that he has met
with complete success wherever he
lias cilled, evervoue paying up
prom it ly.
The circuit court of Lane copnty
with Judge Coke presiding In place of
Judge Harris, has handed down
, " " 'LI J K -i "
lnnl lie dismissed 10. Itody, who
was arrested for selling the "near"
Misses I'hoebe and Olara Parks
iiiid Mrs. A. I). Clink are vlsiiliiK ai
'he home their ulster, Mrs. Thomas
Cohh. Mr. Clink and Miss Clara
'" ks are on their way to points in
iltfornia where they will spend tlnn
winl (-r. -Mi:h i'heotie will remain
here for. about a month btfor' re
turning lo tier home at Spokaite,
Thnumh his attmney .1. A. nu
cha nan, .hum's I n ma n. t he pioneer
resident of l-lourno Valley, has (li
ed suit for divorce in the circuit
conn aiiaiust his wile. Pearl Inman.
'' aIW' t bat he uud his wife
mitrricd in t ton h I as county hi July.
1 ini I uud have resided hen1 cent in
unusly since. Amotm tlto allegations
P !iP;iccuses his wile of cnt ;iud In
human treatment coupled with lulul
tery. He allege:! (hat in July, this
year, he u as compelled to face the
latter humiliation. Aside from an
a bst i rule decree he asks for a one
half interest in the pmperty owned
Jointly bv him atut the defeiulant.
Mrs. M ron hiiiaker. an aj;ed
lat'y who was eiinmte from Seattle
to her home at Oakland. California,
expired on Southern Pacific south
bound train No. l.'i, shortly before
reaehiim lilt-ndiile Sadirdav morniim.
Her lifeless body was discovered bv ;
lady companion ovho a com pan led
her on the trip. A peculiar Instance
connected with the unfortunate af
fair ji the fact Ihat the deceased oc
cupb d berth n. 1 The remains
were taken from the train at Uleii
dale and Coroner .lewet t not i tied.
He left for the scene on the 9 o'rlock
train, but upon arrivitm decided that
an Inu'iest was unnecessary. I le
brought the remains here esterday
morning, and upon t he venues t nf
the deceased woman's duut;hter. Mrs.
.1. I'. Hammond, of Oakland, they will
be shipped to the southern city this
evontnu. From appearances the lady
well dressed and upparently enjoed
plenty of money, it is said that she
was 111 ii pun itrrivhm at Portland
from Sea l tit, but refused to delay at
Hue? city. It Is presumed that death
was the result of a chronic ailment
from which (he deceased had suf
fered for years
ME AKS To Mr. and Mrs. KM
Mean. In Koseburg. onaturij; ,
Xovim'ber ti, n plrl.
Mr. Mt'Hva Is the present pastor of
tho Methodist church, south.
O. D. M AYJSTiVRD
GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTOR
At Vour Hervlce
RoBeburg, Oregon Phone
Resolutions adopted by Rosebuig
Hive, No. 11, Ladies of the Macca
bees of the World.
No one hears the door that opens
When they pass beyond our call
Soft as loosened leaves of roses
One by one our loved ones fall.
The white w i n god m essenger h as
entered our Hive and taken our sis
ter Mary Richardson, a charter mem
ber and left us to mourn our loss.
Resolved, that we as a Hive ex
tend to her bereaved family our sin
cere sympathy in their sorrow, and
commend them to Him "who doeth
all things well."
Today the presence of our loved
one lills our cup with joy; Tomorrow
sore, bereavement casts us Into the
valley of sorrow.
May we all have the trust foil faith
which can lighten these burdens.
Resolved, That these Resolutions
be entered on the rcords of our Hive,
a copy be sent to the bereaved family
and to the city papers.
Goods of every description
moved to any part of the
city. Prices reasonable.
H. S. FRENCH
WANTED. Sewing at 816 Winches
ter street. tl-8
TO RKNT, A very dtsirable seven
room house. Inquire at No. 345
WOOD FOR SALE. Dry oak, deliv
ered. Inquire of A. D. Jones, 405
KOR SALE. A good work horse.
If taken soon, can be had cheap.
Weight about 1200. John Bates,
Happy Valley Ferry,' ns.1 5
UOOMS TO RENT. By the day or
week. Apply to 119 North .Mam
'OK RENT House on Cass street,
;i blocks from postofflre. Inquire
at Judge Hainlton's residence, d-tf
FOR SALE House and four lota In
city, well located; Furniture and
lot of fine wood; $l,li(0. Inquire
at rooms G and 7, Marsters Bldg.
WANTED Three canvassing agents;
big snap; good for $150 per mouth
clear money. Address P. O. Box
6;iit. Cottage Grove, Oregon, dn-6
KOIl SAL.M. Mnninioth Ulackherry,
jewherry and Kxcelsior Straw
berry nlauls of the K. AI. Kellogg
atralu of thoroiiKl'breds. L. S.
Coon, Dlllard, Oregon. tf.
FOIt SALK. Plinve for snle 101,
goals or nannies. Weathers $2
Oregon, or ut this olllce. n-30
KOU SALK S acres, all plowed and
in grain; 1 mile from town. Will
milwllvidc into two-acre tracts,
at $00 per acre, or $u;0.00 for
entire place. Call room G and 7
Alarsters Hldg. d-tf.
KOK SaI.K Show cases and count
ers for sale. T111411I10 at -Marsters
Drug Company. tf
VOll SALK. Ten acre tract, 5-
room house, two miles from city.
Price, $1.00. Well improved. Ad
dress "Z" c.ire of News olllce. nli3
KOIt SAU-J. Saw mill and machln-
fery. Inquire ofoj. F. 5laier, Itoso-
'OU SALK. 250 tier of hardwood
tor the stove at $1 per tier; 8 miles
from Itosolmrg. on Looking Glass
road. Wm. Kaisor. tf
'Oil SALK. One hundred cord ol
dry oak wood. For particulars
call on or writo to r. E. Weaver,
Kiddle, Oregon. tf.
"Oil SALK. My flno f0-acre
pear and apple orchard. Will sell
the whole or part. Can be divided
Into threo very desirable orchard
tracts. H. H. OIcoU, Canyonvllle,
TIMIJER LANDS FOR SALE. A
few claims of choice timber lands
in Douglas county for sale. Will
sell all or a part as desired. For
particulars call on or write to
Alex 13. Mott, Oakland, Or. tf.
"OH SALE One Cues self-feeding
and self-settlnix shingle machinery;
capacity L'S.O-O shingles per day;
as good as new. Also one steam
pump; 2 Inch suction, one and ono
half discharge. Write for price
and description. Geo. V. Riddle.
Riddle. Orecnn if
J! t :pj$-1Z Cft, amcjn,fr f.--ir-
WANTED. -Fresh milch cow. Ad
dress J. L Sprlngstead. Rosoburg.
or phone 157 4. tf
WANTED. Salesmen. Many makf
$100 to $150 per month; some
even more. Stuck clean, grown on
reservation, far from old and pest
ridden orchards. Cash advunved
weekly. Choice of territory. Ad
dress Washington Nursery Co.,
LOANS, REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE.
Do you want to build you a home and pay for it in small
monthly payments and low rate of interest?
Do you want to pay off your mortgage and hare long time,
easy payments and low rate of interest to pay back loan in?
Do you want to buy a home in Koseburg, a nice acre tract
near town or a good ranch near a good market and in good lo
cality? Do you want to sell your property?
Do you want to insure your building in one of the best
and cheapest companies in the U. S.?
If So See WALKER
Rocm 1, Bell Sisters Building.
GROUCH & ALDRIGH
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Cement, Plaster, Lime and Cement Blocks, Cement
Sewer Pipe, Mill Work and all Building Materia
Give usa call. We will save you money.
The Koseburg Pharmacy
rE take a delight in
the best there is
is our motto.
nigh is wuat counts at our pharmacy.
Full line of Sundries always on hand
ROSEBURG PHARMACY, Inc.
o L. E. KROHN. Manap'pp
D. H MARSTERS' PLUMBING SHOP.
Plumbing, Sheet Metal Work, Tinning
I North JacKson Street,
worns. iPiepnone zsn.
WorK Done on Short Notice
"UJ UUUU VJ - v - -
LE0NA MILLS LUMBERCOMPANY
j Lumber, Lath, Shingles and Dry Finish Lumt cr
Doors and Windows of all Kinds,
Yards od Lower Oak Street.
o'HionjiWll 0 ,
a PERRINE, RoseburgOre.
-:- E. B. PERRINE, Notary Public
Office: Warohouse No.
Hear the Depot. Telephone
Main 24 3 1 or 311.
HER WEDDING CAKE
Is, a thing of groat Interest to the
bride-elect, and we are artists In
this line. Wedding cakes are made
ia tho most beautiful designs and
of rich and exquisite flavor. Our
breads, rolls, pies, fancy and orua
montal cakes, etc., are tho perfection
of the baker's art when made at
serving our patrons with
in the line of drugs, runty
Promptness both day and
adjoining . Peoples Marble
ROSEBURG, ORE. $
ROSEBURG,. OREGON g
We're in a Position
to offer you the best the market af
fords la the vay of Meats; and our
prices you know are always lowest
We handle only prime stock. . Qual
ity and quantity guaranteed. Fine
roasting pieces of beef from 8c to
12 He pound. First class mutton,
veal, pork and poultry equRlly low.
Can't do better anywhere. Phone us
your order. We deliver to any part
of the city.
Cass Street MarKet
LOUTS KOHLUAGKN, Prop.
107 Went Casa St, Phone 191.
IN 1 His HOME
Electricity furnishes comforts
heretofore unthought of.
The liiTiirteo nf vnalanl.n MM
the necessities of todnv. Thn haat
way to make jour home attrac
tive ana a palace in Its Interior
conditions of living is by the use
of electric light
G. L. PRIOR
315 N. Jackson St. Rceeburg, Or