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About The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 10, 1909)
THE EVENIXO NEWS WKDXESDAY, KOVRMI1KR 10. 1000
ARE NOW DOWN
OVER 600 FEET
TAKES A HALT
T.F.ONA Mil I S I ITMRFPrnMP ANY Ut
Price $1.00 Per Ounce.
For Sale Iiy 0
Fullerton & Richardson
THE DRUG STOREOF QUALITY
Cass Street. ,
Near Depot. Rosebtirg, OfegOll
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(Special to The Evening News)
PARIS. Nov. 10. "I am becom
ing angry. Don't exasperate me
longer. I have been defending my
self cautiously because unfortunately
obliged to; but If you drive mu to It
I will cease to be discreet," exclaim
ed Madame Stolnhell this morning
In court. Justice De Valles evident
ly understood what the woman
meant, for he Immediately changed
his line of questioning.
It is believed there are grave pos
sibilities of scandals breaking out at
the trial which would disgrace
French officials If Madame Steinhcll
reveals the history of her attempt to
rule France through her lover.
Hunch of Xewsy Hems Worn The
Why go in the Rain
when you can buy an
Umbrella so reason
ably for yourself and
the little ones.
W. E. Clingenpeel
JEWELER AND 0PTICIAS
t. Phone 2143
The petition to divide School dis
trict No. 39 into two parts came be
fore the School Boundary Board nt
their meeting In Hoseburg on Fri
day the 5th and was set aside, ine
object was to put the town of Sulh
erlin in a district by Itself.
A school election was held Satur
day, the Oth, and the voters carried
a motion to move the present site to
a point just west of the depot build
ing at Sulheriin. This will end the
days of the old Fair Grove School, a
laud mark for the past forty years.
A new and modern school building
will be created immediately upon
the new site and Sutherlln will have
!a Bchool building In keeping with the
I rapid development of its community.
One whose architectural attractive
ness will exemplify the good taste of
The Shlrla Lumber Company start
ed its new saw mill on Monday. The
plant is located at the month of Coop
er CaniBi, a mile east of Sulherlln
and adjacent to the heavy timber.
The plant Is working six men at the
present but Intends to put on an ad
ditional force as soon as all machin
ery is installed.
F. B. Waite. I. L. Hatfield and E.
C. Sabln spent Friday In Roseburg.
Mr. Lloyd Smith has moved Into
his new residence, which he has just
completed. Mr. Smith intends build
ing three more houses on his adjoin
ing lots for renting.
Mr. Frank Gillette, the contractor,
has his new cottage neaiiyompleted
and Intends moving into it by the
end of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Franz and
daughter Jean, left today for Eugene
to visit their daughter Gladys who
Is attending the University of Oregon.
15 THE DEADLY
In oporating our Grocery Businows. We are not satisfied with good
enough. We strive for improvement. Our store is the right place to buy
Groceries. Everything fresh and clean.
Commercial Clob Bldg.
Rosa Goodman took a flying trip
to Looking Glass yesterday, and vis
ited the scene of operations for an oil
well that la being bored for on the
farm of James T. Goodman. He was
was present when the borings were
cleaned out of the bore ior the first
time, and for the tirat time I nuked
upon seepago oil from a well in
Work Is again resumed, and the
well Is down now over 1100 feet. The
drill is reaching a harder alia la of
rock and that Is considered a moat
favorable sign, as no flow oil In
any quantity could be expected until
(lie shale encountered was imsaed.
They are onw at or near sea level.
Lumber. Lath. Shinrles anrl Drv 'Finish f.iimrorl
, , ,
g Doors and Windows of all Kinds.
tZ Yards on Lower Oak Street.
Phon. 1411 ROSEBURG,. OREGON
OHK TKSTKIt I1HKK.
Arrived Here Last levelling unci Will
ut Once foe Taken to Mine.
The Conner ore testing machine or
dered from San Francisco several
weeks ago by Morris and Bradley.
owners of the large mines of copper
In course of development near this
city, arrived lu this city yesterday
afternoon, and will bo takeu out to
tho mines today.
Ther has been over a thousand
tons of copper ore taken out of these
mines, and the machine will be used
to develop the value of the ore be
loro it is yarded up preparatory to
Vv hlle much of the ore will be laid
to ono side for the time being, that
which comes up to the standard set
by the owners of the mines will be
held until a certain number of tons
are accumuluted and shipped by rail
road to a smelter.
A Cleveland dysnentlct. who hns
fasted Ilfty days, Bays he has not
been bothered with Indigestion dur
ing that period and believes ho has
effected a cure.
Someone has truthfully said that
nothing but a mint can make mon
ey without advertising. It might be
added that the mint couldn't iO) It
If It dldn t put its competitors in jail.
H. W. ALTHAUS &' SONSf
Automobiles, Bicycles and Supplies j
Agents Fairbanks 3 Morse Co.
Z Telephone 144 1
Cor. Cass and Rose Sts.
AC I ATUART CARPENTER, CON
. P. LA I hAIVI 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. 5( Roseburg, Ore.
(Continued from yesterday
(rneral Hoad Fund.
Hatfield Saw Mill Lumber....;
Umpqua Linn. Co.,, same 1
Nels Rvdell. bridges
T. W. W'lnlford, bridges
Umpqua Luin. Co., bridges...
S. P. Fenleyl Blkton bridge
Pilklngton Bros., roads
K. A. Hinklo, bridges
Leona Mills Co., lumber
John E. Love, roads 3.50
Muupln & Fisher, lumber.... 200.02
W. B. Thompson, bridges.... 46.00
C. F. Applegate, bridges 9.00
Grant Applegate, bridges 27.00
S. R. Brawn, bridges 6.00
David Miller, bridges 6.00
Thos. Howard, bridges.Q 22.60
C. A. Stock, bridges 18.00
J. P. N'umby, bridges 20.00
John Miller, bridges.. ..i, 20.00
Chas. Applegnte, bridges 1.00
O. W. Puckett, bridges 10.00
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?
We're in a Position
to offer you th best the market af
fords In the way of Meats; and our
prices you know are always lowest.
We handle only prime stock. Qual
ity and quantity gaaranteed. Fine
roasting pieces of beef from 8c to
12 He pound. First class mutton,
veal, pork and poultry equally low.
Can't do bettor anywhew Phone us
your order. Wo; deliver to any pftrt
of the cUy.
Cass Street Mar&et
LOUIS liOHLHAGBS, Prop.
107 West Cass 8t Phono 191.
IN THE HOME
Electricity furnishes comfort!
heretofore unthought of.
The luxuries of yesterday are
the necessities of today. The best
way to make your home attrac
tive and a palace In Its Interior
conditions of living la by the use
of electric light.
G. L. PRIOR
315 N. Jackson St. Roseburg, Or
S. 1. Kenley,
M. McDonald, bridges.
Dell Hudson, bridges 14.00
0. R. Franklin, bridges 12.00
.1. H. Marsters, lumber 168.66
Hassell Lum. Co., lumber.... 115.00
Glendale Lum. Co., lumber.... 155.24
W. P. Graham, roads 158.00
J. C. Fullerton, damages .v 3.00
A. Fields, bridges .'. 255.65
J. H. Roland, bridges 4.05
Logsdon Bros., roads 16.35
M. V. Case & Co., lumber 6.99
II. P. Conn, lumber 35.96
T. E. Singleton, bridges 6.00
W. H. Brown, bridges 4.00
Chas. Hamilton, bridges 2.00
Bliss Singleton, bridges 2.00
F. F. Patterson, bridges 2.00
Jackson BroB.. lumber 18.44
Lou Casto, bridges 28.75
N. Selig, bridges o 2.15
.1. A. Klrkendall sVSons, lum.. 13.56
Buffalo Pit. Co., roads 28.50
O. j. llaugberg.lumber 205.07
.(jickson Bros., lumber 46.68
h I Hunts roads.... ej4 00
R. Watklns, bridges 10.60
W. F. Brlggs. bridges 26.25
C. C. Hancock, bridges 42.00
H. J. Allen, bridges 15.00
D. Stong, bridges 15.00
Booth & Picket, lumber 97.00
C. C. Hancock, bridges 21.15
Hawthorne Lum. Co., lum 147.21
F. C. McGregor & Co., nigds.. 8.85
Pilklngton Bros., roads 12.00
O, K. Roberts, roads 10.00
Hktof?6Meft ? iMdgftQ.. 4.H
F. H. Churchill, roads 9.00
S. K. Sykes. roads 45.95
Chas. R. MQlce,.. roads 45.00
Henry (.Voucher, lumber 52.00
C. H. Bohm, bridges 15.00
Beal & Co., roads 7".
John Alexander, roads 1.U6
J. A. Sawyers, Ferry 128.60
Gardiner Mill Co., lum. ferry.. 74.43
Elkton Mer. & Dev. Co. bdg.. 10.34
Special Hoad Fund.
W. P. Graham, dlst. Ko.($l.... 130.72
Peter Balfr, dlBt No. 32 292.15
Indigent Soldier Fund.
Peter Jones. Mrs. Prather &
Louisa T. Clay, Allowance.... 48.00
John D. McKav, Allowance ... 20.00
Mrs. Henry Easton, .Mrs.
Johnson, Mrs. Prather
Peter KelfTcr, Allowance 10.00
Mrs. Isaac Jarvis, Allowance.. 15.00
Mrs. H. Easton, Ira Cham
Sam H. Miller, Allowance...
T. P. Stephens, Allowance...
Sam H. Hersha. Allowance...
Watson Davis, John W. Son.
You've got the girl I Of course you have what young man with
thought of a little home all his own has not?
You're anxious, so is she wnat girl isn't for a little home all her
What's Uiatcouhlft 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 aeed 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
c GLOBE WEEKIOtV 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 ne 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 swiiw 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-k,ole Standard, a good
one for $30.00; 4-hole Charter
(5ak, a hummer for $32.50; Cast
Cooks, No. 8 at $12.00 to $20.00.
New Showing of Rugs, Carpets and Draperies
MATTINGS, 20c and 35c yard;
LINOLEUMS, 55c, 60c, 75c to $1.50
PEERLESS MATTRESS The
acmef 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.