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About The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 15, 1909)
THE EVENING NEWS
MOMMY, NOVKMHKK in, 1900
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. City News Briefly Recorded
' Dr. Calloway was a visitor at Dll
Mr. and Mrs. Pllnn Cooper were In
the elty Saturday morning.
Emma Ageo, of lull Mile, was i
visitor In the city yesterday.
Mrs. A. B. Parker and son, of Oak
land, snent Sunday In I ho city.
H. Nnas. of Myrtle Creek, was a
visitor in the city Saturday evening.
William Darnell, of Wilbur, re
turned home yesterday after a brief
i".vislt with friends,
Arlhur Heed and .lames Klley were
vmonu the Sutherllu residents to
tlMind Sunday In the city.
Ooorge Boardinan, of Ten Mile, at
tended to business mutters in the city
lor a few hours Saturday.
D. C. IMtzer, the real estate man,
Rpont yesterday at Myrtle Creek at
tcndiliK to business matters.
Silverware, Cutlery, Knives and
Forks, all In the 1K47 ware, the kind
that don't wear off, all that's Rood.
At klce & Rice, the house furnishers.
The luemhers of the KoseburB Com
mercial Club will meet in an adjourn
ed seSHion this evening. A large at
tendance Is deHlred.
Watch us for another Rreat sale
of couches, In order that those who
cnnio too late for (be last sale might
avail themselves of deep cut In the
prices. Klce & Klce.
Miss Dolllo Hefty who bus been In
Arizona for several mouths, returned
to Oregon much Improved In health.
Mlsa Hefty had an affection of the
The Ilnnner lino of Iron Beds,
Tlrnss tilled and brass beds shown In
Southern Oregon. I'rlics the most
reasonable, f.l.UO to $ :i (., at Klce
Chas. Wilson, of KoBton, was call
ed to the city Saturday on business.
Whllo here he gave this ofllce a call
and subscribed for the Unipuna Vnl
Ioy News for a year.
Miss Laura Hefty has arrived nt
bcr destination In China, tho scene
of her ititure labors. Sbo was much
lilensed with what sbo saw ut Hon
olulu and also In Japan.
1 A. McCnll, county fruit Inspector
lias returned from a week's Inspection
of orchnrds In the country. Ho ro
liort? tho orchards In excellent con
dition with few exceptions.
These long winter nights should
llnd oneJof our Peerless elastic felled
Fllk floss mattresses Installed on the
bod. Tho most sanitary and healthful
ir.nttress made. Sold exclusively by
Hlco & Kice.
Tho remains of the Into Mrs. net
tle Nick 11 ni, who pns-.ed away at tho
homo of her daughter, Mrs. Itada-1
baugh, in this city on ntilay, were
chipped to Marvin, Minnesota, tin'
following day for Interment.
Attorney General Crawford rctnrn
(d to his home at Salem yeslerduy
after spending u few days In this city.
Whllo here Mr. Crawford represented
n corporation in a contest, case before
Die United Slates Lund Oilier..
The biggest and best crockery store
in Southern Oregon. Everything that
Is made In crockery, glassware, nnd
China, we have It. Krunt the plainest
to best band-painted. Many beautiful
pieces of l.lbliy cut glass suitable for
presents. Itlco & Klce, Iho bouse
R W. Dlllard. the real estr.le man.
hnB returned from Looking Class
where be spent several duys aiding
in tho oil experiments which are be
ing curried on at'lhat place. Mr. 011
lard reports strong indications of oil
in the Looking Class vicinity, and
believes that valley will soon become
ono of the foremost oil producing
coutia'S 111 the west.
Sheriff Kenton and M. C. lturleson,
tho painter, returned from Portland
yesterday morning after spending a
couple of duys at that place In attend
lince Hi. the Keileral Court. Both men
were called as witnesses In the case
of the government against the three
Italians who were arrested at Suther
llll several months ago charged with
the theft of stumps from a United
CLOTHES OF QUALITY AWAIT
. I X felt '. s
D. A. Ilunsuker, the Dlllard mer
chant, was a visitor In the city yes
terday. Dr. Sether went to Riddle this
morning to attend Mrs. W. Q. Urown
who is ill at that place.
S. H. Crouch, the Page fence man,
went to Albany and Eugene yester
day morning to look after mutters
connected with his agency.
P. A. Mull, of West Itoseburg, has
sohl his house and two lots to J. K.
(Jorthy, a recent arrival In this sec
tion from North Dakota.
Oeorgo Hoover who spent Saturday
111 the city the guest of his brother,
Dr. E. V. Hoover, returned to bis
Portland home Sunday morning.
Mr. C. A. L.yrlck and wife, of
Grants Puss, returned homo this
morning after a brief visit with Mrs.
Clara llowen in this city.
L. E. Mllledge, of the Arm of Mil
ledge and Pickens Bros., went to
Mupleton, Lane county, this morning
to look ufter business interests.
Oeorgo Rapp has moved his stock
of merchandise from his erstwhile
(inarters on Cass street to his spucious
store room on Sheridan street,
Tho regular Saturday night dance
given by the Itoseburg orchestra, at
the Armory, was well attended. The
music wan good and all had a pleas
Mesdumes C. 11. Bristol, Ethel Car
ter and C. I. Ileale went to Sutherlln
this morning whore they will arrange
a permanent fruit exhibit for tho
Sutherlln Land and Water Compnny.
Mr. and Mrs. Ageo, accompanied by
their daughter, Eiiituu, returned to
their homo near Wilbur yesterday
after spending a few days visiting at
tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Koy Ageo
111 this city.
A. II. Marker went to Drain this
morning to servo un attachment on
the Skelly Lumber Company in the
sum of fnuO.UO. The alachmciu
Is the outcome of a suit recently filed
In the circuit court.
Mr. mill Mrs. F. A. Clemens, of
Edenliower, returned from .lames-
Inwn. North Dakota, this morning.
I hoy were called to that City several
weeks ago upon telegraphic Informa
tion announcing the death of their
Sheriff Kenton did not return Sat
urday evening as anticipated, having
been sent to points In Washington
In search of one of the Italians whose
case Is pending before tho Federal
Court at Portland. The fellow In
question win arrested nt Sutherlln
Hoverul months ago in company with
two compunicits charged with rob
ing a Culled States postofllre.
Dr. A. 0. Seely was rnlled to the
Southern Pacific southbound trnln
Saturday morning to attend a mem
ber of the United Slates Navy, en
route form Portland to China. The
young man was found to be suffer
ing from ptomaine poisoning, con
tracted before he left Portland, lie
wnH allowed tot proceed on his way,
however, the attending physician
pronouncing him out of danger.
A very delightful hour wuh spent
at the homo of Mr. nnd .Mrs. Ceo. E.
ilouck lit the corner of Oak nnd
Chailwlck sreets Saturihiy, when
Mrs. Ilouck entertained twelve of
her lady friends at a one o'clock lun
cheon. The spacious dining apart
ment was tnsterully decorated for
the occasion, yellow chrysanthemums
being used In profusion. Mrs. Ilouck
was assisted by Mrs. Walter Hamil
ton anil Misses Certrude Past and
Nellie Voorhels. The luncheon was
the second of a series to be given by
The M. .1. Walsh Co.. of Portland.
Is now Installing tllo Hooting In the
Douglas iN'iitlonal Dunk : also tiling
for Mr. Itooth's line residence, ami
would suggest to the contractors of
the city If i boy have any lloc.r or
bath room tiling to do, to leave word
al the Douglas National Hunk for
.laines Hreet tile man. If you
wish to communicate with him you
can address him care of the above
bank, or leave word for him. M. J.
Walsh Co, Portland, Or. d-Jt.
The straightest and sur
est road to good Clothes
the best Clothes brings
If you frequent any of tho "liy
natlis" you'll ha apt to lose your
self in the tangle of misloailini;
Whatever wo do is well done
whatever we buy is well chosen
quality is the object and perfect
Clothes satisfaction and onVjg,
There arocji;(ay other i!aces to
buy Clot'-i, to be sure but you'll
lind that llie bo(E) is always hero.
Tlie clothes at made for us
by tho Stein Mock Co. and havid
Adler, two oObo greatest Tailor
organizations in the wo-ld. Every
Suit wo sell is sold with an ab
solute guarantee of Satisfaction
or your Money refunded or a now
niit in return.
Remember quality is thtrue
test of cheapness. liy our gocd
Clothes you shall know us.
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Edna Harvey returned to her home
at Oukland this morning for a brief
Ilymnn Wollenberg went to Riddle
this morning whero he ia attending
j business matters.
I Mrs. Ben Mr.Mullen went to Port
I land this morning whece she will
j spend a few days visiting friends.
Rev Pilllngs who has been con
ducting Bible institute at the Christ
ian church in this city during the past
few days went to Grants Pass this
James Fletcher, employed as press
man at tho Review, went to Portland
yesterday morning where he will
Rpend a few days visiting friends and
attending business matters.
Miss' Ellen Crabtreo has returned
rom Portland where she spent the
past five months visiting her sister
I at that city. She resumed her
i duties at The News office this morn-
Miss Ruby A. Bnrry, of Detroit,
Michigan, is in the city with a view
! of locuting should she be able to se-
trure a suitable location. Miss Purry
; Is a hotel woman of experience and
i hopes to find such un opening in this
Xmas will soon be on hand, good
cheer for all. Have some nice
pieces laid away for Father, Mother,
t Wife, Sister or Sweetheart. A good
I piece of furniture is a toy forever.
I Monty of them at Rice & Rice, tho
D. J. Jarvls has opened his cloth
ing store on Sheridan street and re
ports business even better than had
been expected. Mr.' Clou4o is not
associated with Mr. .InrvlB as first
reported, simply occupying a portion
of the same store room.
Landlord McClallen of the Mc
Clnllen hotel, Is greatly pleased with
the steam heating plant recently In
stalled In his hosllery. During the
present cold snap every room In the
house has been comfortable, to say
nothing of the convenience.
William Bates, the Happy Valley
farmer, was a visitor In town this
morning. While here Mr. Bates ap
plied to County Judge Wonacott for
Increased facilities for handling the
tralllc at the Happy Valley ferry.
Accordingly the judge furnished him
two moro boats, such to be used in
transporting foot passengers.
Dr. A. C. Seely received a tele
phone message from I. J. Norman at
Tiller this morning to the effect that
Robert TJiomuson, a resident in that
vicinity, was suffering from smnll
pox. Dr. Seely reported the case to
County lleultll Office Ilouck who will
Institute an Immediate Investigation.
It Is probable that Dr. Ilouck will
visit the patient in a day or two. thus
establishing to a cerluinty tho dls
ease from which tho man Is Buffering.
Program at the M. E. Church Tues
day Evening, November 16, 8 o'clock
Chorus "Wake the Suns of the .lublloo" Excell
Tenor "A Whispered Vow" Clayton Johns
Chns A. Loiz
String Quartet "Shepherds Evening Song" Hamilton
Gladys Krister, .MeHsrs. l.otz, Moore and Hell
Soprano "A -Merry .MornltiR" Danzy
Quartet "Po Utile I.atnb" Parks
Messrs. I.otz, Hell, Hnrvcy and Hawkins
Heading - .
So Was 1" Smiley
"Uztown llntlKirist" Klley
llarytone "The Garden of Sleep" De-Lara
W. W. Scales
Male Chorus " ! nietnlier, O Mighty One" Kinkle
Umtralto "Cradle Song" Kate Vannnll
.Mliis Willetta Greene
Pilot! e "Tho Fisherman" Gabussle
.Messrs. Lotz and Ulaekniau
l'lano Duetto "Autumn Days" Uudsey
.Mrs. I'. II. Itlaeklnau and Mr. l.otz
Quartet "Kentucltey Ilalie"...: Glliel
Messrs. i.otz, Palm, Illaekmau and Moore
Chorus "Crossing the Uar" Bnrnby
Agents R. G. Corsets,
$25 New Suits
nnirrn ttw They are the famous Lavogue Man Tailored garments. Come
1 RILlL) fit 2)19 iUl ivtstigate these most wonderful values at such n small
' price to pay for a high class suit. Special while they last.
i Values to $6 Dress Waists to $3.50
Hv express this moniiuir 70 new charming dress
waists in silk, nets, niossaliues and pui do sou. They
are beauties. Kveroue for these 3 days. You must
look to your needs at such a low
$1.50 Women's Petticoats 98c
Women's sattccn and percaliue petticoats, QOi
dust . ruflles, excellent values, special . . "Ov
J. H. Thomas, of (Jklata, California
spent Sunday with bla cousin, S. J.
Jonea. of tills city.
Quick service, everything up to the
highest Btandard at the Maddtx bar
ber shop on Cans street. tf.
K. E. WoodrjifT, of Kansas, 1b in
the city Investigating conditions here
with a view of locating.
Mr. and Mrs. V. Buell have re
turned to Robeburg to live after a
two months stay In Med ford.
John K. Love, the popular canyon
vl lie resident, is in the city attend
ing to various matterB of Importance.
V. A. McCnll, the county fruit in
pector, left for the south this morn
ing where he will Inspect a nuni.ber
The W. C. T. U. will meet at the
home of Mm. 8. F. Hamilton In the
Grove Wednesday afternoon , at
Nothing Is too good for the Uriah,
neither Is cement culv3rts too good
for the county. Use the best, as It
Is tho cheapea In the long run. Bee
If you are looking for good service
In the barber line call at the Maddix
barber shop, Cass street, Roseburg
National Bunk Illdg. Three chair
shop. Bath rooms in connection, tf.
S. M. Josephson has returned
from Albany where he attended the
meeting of the Shiiners. While at
that place ho took advantage of the
opportunity to Interview Charles
Martyn. assistant superintendent of
the Southern Pacific lines in Oregon,
and a former resident of this ctty,
relative to n new depot. Mr. Martyn
said that ho thought Roseburg was
entitled to Improved depot facilities
and promised his support toward
such an end.
TKLI PHOXE 001
Prompt attention glvcu to nil orders
C. D. JtlAYNARD
GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTOR
At Your Service
Roseburg, Oregon Phone 193
THE STORE THAT
The New YorK Store
Monarch and Derby Gloves.
THREE DAYS SPECIALS THAT
Another great value given
Coats, gored and pleated skirts,
to maHe your Calico guess
The following letters remain un
called for In the Roseburg postofUce:
.lr. F. H. Browning, W. M. Bird,
Wm. Cole, W. C. Caasell, David Cam
pbell,' Mrs. Larnle Dean, Chester S.
Freeland, William Glover (2), Mrs.
Jessie Gantenbln. G. A. Hutchinson,
Mrs. Mathilda Hanhl, J,. B. Hunt,
Wm. J. Knight. Fred Kron, Miss
Pearl King. Calvin Leedy. W. H. Mo-
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 have long time,
easy payments and low rate of interest to pay back loan in?
Do you want to buy a home in Roseburg, 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 S
Rocm 1, Bell Sisters Building. " -:-
GROUCH & ALDRIGH
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Cement, Piaster, Lime and Cement Blocks, Cement
Sewer Pipe, Mill Work and all Building Materia
Give us a call. We will save you money.
the Roseburg Pharmacy
WE take a delight in serving our patrons with '4
the best there is in the Hue of drugs. Purity ;
is. our motto. Promptness both day and g
nigh is wnat counts at our pharmacy.
Full line of Sundries always on hand
ROSEBURG PHARMACY, Inc.
L. E. KR0HN, Manager
D. H MARSTERS
Plumbing', Sheet Metal WorK, Tinning t
1 II T
X North JacKson Street,
t WorKs. Telephone 2511.
WorK Done on Short Notice
SERVES YOU' BEST'
YOUR MONEY BACK
Phone Main 2541. Freedelivery toany part of thecity
OFFER INTERESTING VALUES
to the shopper. Full long
coats Skinner's satin lined.
Men's Sweater Coats,
front band of red and blue,
extraordinary good values,
See window, an extraordinary value in
aud Silk Kubberized coats,
special . . ...
this weeK. Last chance.
n ..... ..
Names, Jay M. Moray, Bert Neely,
T. F. Ord, Coyne Page, C. A. Part
low, MIbs Rita Rice, Miss Ruby Rog
ers, R. J. Stang. .Mrs, Chas,, Tucker,
Miss Touts Wllloby.
Persons calling for any of the fore
going letters will please state date
advertised. " '
C. W. PARKS, P. M.
Dated November 15. 1909.
Read The Evening News for news.
-:- E. B. PERRINE, Notary Public.
Ulflce: Warehouse N-i
Near the Depot. Telephone
Main 2431 or 311. , ff
HER WEDDING CAKE
Is a thing of great intorest to the
bride-elect, and we are artists In
this lino. Wedding cakes are mad?
in the most beautiful designs and
of rich and exquisite flavor. Our
breads, rolls, pica, fancy and orna
mental cakes, etc., are tho perfection
of the baker's art when made at
PLUMBING SHOP, j
adjoining Peoples Marble ;
style in greys, A'ith
also plain grays,
See window. tt