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About The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 20, 1909)
THE EVENING NEWS SATl'ltDAV, XOVKMI1KH 80, 1000.
CARPETS and ltL'GS.
Our. stock of Carpets and Rugs
-!b complete up to date. Inirraln
carpets at 30c,
15 THE DEADLY
ENEriY of BEST
In oporating our Grocery Business we are not satisfied with good
enough. We strive for improvement. Our store is the right place to buy
groceries. Everything fresh and clean.
I Thanksgiving Time
Is almost here, andyou may
need some nice pieces for the
table in the way of Cut Glass,
Hand Painted China or Silver
ware, if so come and see our
stock before buying.
W. E. Clingenpeel
t Phone 2143
Largest Stock of Plumbing
Goods in the City
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
Room 1, Bell Sisters Building. -:-
The Roseburg Pharmacy
I TTE take a delight in serving our patron9 with
1 the best there is in the line of drugs. Purity
2 is our motto. Promptness both day and
nigh is wnat counts at our pharmacy.
Full line of Sundries always on hand
I RQEBURG PHARMACY, Inc.
f L. EJIROHN, Manager
75c, and 85c per yard. Rugs In room
size from $6.35, In all wool, to $35.
Complete line of all classes of
II. W. STRONG,
Commercial Club Bldg.
and Dryer Pipe'
- : - E. B. PERRINE, Notary Public.
HER WEDDING CAKE
Is a thing of great interest to the
bride-elect, and we are artists in
this lino. Wedding cakes are made
In the most beautiful designs and
of rich and exquisite flavor. Our
breads, rolls, pies, fancy and orna
mental cakes, etc., are the perfection
. of the baker's art when made at
WILMIK 18 IX TUOUI1LE.
Complaint of Members of the Railway
t. CommlBglon. ,
SALEM, Nov. 20. Since their de
pot find ware house were destroyed by
Are, May 2, 1908, the patrons of the
Southern Pacific railroad at Wilbur
,have been without adequate depot
facilities. In a petition preseuted yes
terday afternoon to the Railroad Com
mission of the state, to which 61
signatures are attached, the claim
1b made that a box car Is made to do
duty as a freight station and that a
corner In a crowded Btoreroom lias
been the ticket olllce and waiting
room of the railroad In that city for
the Inst IS' months; that this ser
vice Is entirely inadequate, and that
repeated efforts have been made by
Wilbur citizens, by private letter, by
personal Interviews and by public pe
titions to Induce the railroad com
pany to remedy the evil complained
of, but without avail. The commission
hat) taken the matter up with the rail
We, the undersigned taxpayers of
road district No. 13, hereby give no
tice that a public meeting will be
held at Ten Mile School House In
said road district No. 13, of Douglas
county, Oregon, on Saturday, Decem
ber 1 1, 1909. beginning nt 2 o'clock
p. m. for the purpose of . voting an
additional tax upon all personal and
real property situated in said road
district, for the purpose of improv
ing the public road In said road dis
trict. V. H. CCHTS
W.. O. COATS
.1. W. NEWI.AND
Y. W. NKWLAND
H S. BI'SHNELL
T. R. BKESTENBUCHBlt
J. B. HOWARD
WHAT IIKALTII ItKSTS CI'OX
The twentieth century has come to
see that health depends upon a very
few definite principles. These prin
ciples apply to woninn as well as to
man. Interdependent in a large meas
ure. The body is a vital-chemical-me-chantea!
Instrument, and as such It
responds to certain definite laws. That
to say, the human organism has sev
eral aspects to be considered. Tho
body Ib a mechanical machine, it Is al
so a chemical machine, It is also a
vital machine and each of these are
inscrutably associated with our men
tal organization. Each of these sides
to human existence must be consid
ered. The osteopath gives each of
these factors due consideration In
hunting down the causes of sickness,
In the realm of vitality with its
animating psychic force we know that
thought and will have a very groat
Influence, either for health or dis
ease. Optimism, good cheer, determin
ation, calm, serentfy rightly used
all make for health. Pessimism, dis
couragement, worry, fear and depres
sion all cause to help and prolong
In the realm of chemistry, we have
to do with the nourishment and waste
of the body. The normal integrity
of the body depends upon a contin
uous supply of the elements and com
pound)! which go to make up the
body itself. These ire all found In
the natural foods and when the supply
is normal It is not. usually necessary
to make any change In this direction.
ltOSIOIll'ltO NATIONAL ItAXK
Report of the condition of The
Roseburg National Hank, at Rose
burg, Oregon, at the close of busi
ness, November 16, 1909:
Loans and discounts $110,649.09
Overdrafts, secured and unse-
U. S. Bonds to secure circula
tion $ 12,600.00
Premiums on U. S. Bonds.
Bonds. Securities, etc.... 19.432 00
Banking House, furniture ana
fixtures 23, 555. 25
Due from approved Reserve
Checks and other Cash Hems....
NoteB of other National Banks...
Fractional Paper Currency,
Nickels, and cents 102.67
Specie, Legal Tender Notes. . ..
; ' 21,270.00
Redemption fund with U. S.
Treasurer (5 per cent of cir
Capital stock paid !n 50.000.00
Surplus Fund 1,000.00
Undivided profits, less expenses
and taxes paid 3.483 98
National Bank nofeB outstanding
Due to State and" private Banks
and bankers 207.95
Individual deposits subject to
Demand certificates of deposit
State of Oregon, County of Do'ig-
I, A. C. Marsters, Cashier of tho
above named bank, do solemnly
swear that the above statement is
true to the best of my knowledge
A. C. MARSTERS. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before
me this 20th day of Nevember,
R. W. MARSTERS.
j. W. HAMILTON
C LA SH I KIK I) A 1 1 V K 111 In KM KXTS
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ter street. d-8
FOR SALE Team, camp wagon and
harness. Cheap. Inquire at Moore's
Feed Bnrn. swd-n20
NEW 6-ROOM COTTAGE I have a
5-room new modern cottage for
rent, electric lighted, city water,
and otherwise up-to-date. Inquire
325 Washington street, tf. ;
It the body Ib then ill-nourished it Is
sure that it is a failure on the part ;
of the machine to appropriate, to as
slmllyate, the nourishment present ;
in tho food.
But when we find as wo uome- j
times do a young lady who Ib trying
the experiment of living on plcklea
aud chocolate creaniB, we know that
treatment, to bring resultB, must 1
change the food so as to oupply the
thtnga which are not found in such a'
diet. Quite frequently digestive dls-:
turbances may not bo apparent, even
with such troubles, when tho food
supply Is normal.
The difficulty may be mental or it
may be mechanical aud the troatmenl
In each case must be of a uuture to
Treatment must fit the ense.
In the realm of mechanics, wo have
a principle which was not realized 01
understood to any extent until the
discoveries of Dr. A. T. Still brought
them to general notice. Evcu now.
In spile of the reasonableness of the
principle, ninny people refuse to be
lieve and Investigate. But that Ib
the fate of all innovations at first.
W ter a while we forget that we so
much as refused to Investigate, and
we come to think that we always be
lieved and understood.
We know we have known for a
long time that the body, on tho
physical sldo, is an Intricnle and
highlv perfected machine admirably
adapted to its purpose. We havo
realized only recently that this deli
cately adjusted machine goes out of
adjustment. We expect to take a
fine watch to a jeweler about once
a year; and yet we expect our bodies
to' remain In good mechanical condi
tion for a life time without any spe
cial attention! If our bodios wore
less perfect, we would have realized
the importance of mechanical ad
justment long ago. But so many do
actually mnnnge to get on with no
serious disturbance, that It actually
required the culmination dr nine
teenth century thought, to reason so
far as that the human body gets out
of mechanical ordor just like any
other machine and then needs actual
repairing, adjusting not drugging.
In either the cure or prevention of
disease, then, the modern physician
must have these three principles
mind.' chemistry and mechanics
constantly before him, and from the
osteopathic view point, the greatest
of iho the most fundamentally im
portant, and the least understood .
and regarded Is mechanics. ;
The day In fast coming when the,
sick will with good reason demand
something more than a more "com- j
bating of symptoms." Medicine has j
never vet had the light to the title ot i
a science. But If It can be reduced
to a basiB of cause and effect, much
will have been accomplished in that. (
And that is what Ib rlready upon
us. Ostoopulhy has come into the!
field on an entirely Independent
basis. Tile oUler ' schools have ad
mitcdly nlmcd their treatment at the
outward symptoms of the trouble
without much reference to causes.
Osteopathy, on the other hand, uses
symptoms of the trouble without 1
much reference to causes. Osteo-'
pnthy, on the other hanu, uses
symptoms only as guides In the ef
fort to find out what la causing the
patient's dlsiorder. At the same
time the osteopath Investigates tho
condition or tho body from the point
of first principles from the stand
point of mccnanics, nuinuon unu
mind Having found the causes of
the trouble, the treatment consisls
in removing Hie disturbance In 'he
quickest and most natural way pos
sible. Treatment constats largely in
tissue adjustments. Tho human ma
chine is now adjusted Instead, ns
formerly, of being drugged. Osteo
HSS POWERS TESTED
A GIFTED HEALER
Edw. Olney was visited by a citi
zen o." our city who, after Investigat
ing the healer, claims and pronoun
ces him a remarkable man. When
Interviewed the gentleman said:
In the person of Mr. Olney 1
found a man of profound signifi
cance He has a gift call It what
you will that is beyond my com
prehension for power he does pos
sess. I was never very Interested In
this tort of a '.hlug, but liming a
roarl'ig In my ears I desired to see
what he' could do. He cured ine all
right, and while there a gentleman
whom I know positively to have 1ecn
crippled wllh rheumatism for two
years was healed aud was alilo to
put on Ms coat without aid. I was
dumfoundral and do not hesitate to
say that he is beyond me. I did not
mention my experience to my friends
and lelntlves for fear they would
discredit my sanity or consider me
too credulous. However, I would ad
vise everyone Bick and suffering to
see Mr. Olney and be healed, lie is
always glad to meet you and Invites
everybody to call on him and get a
free booklet and explanation of his
Main olTice in annex of
349, corner of Main and
Main street entrance, hours 9 a. m,
to 8 p. m. Consultation Free.
KM pif J
No greater service has been rendered to
womankind thart the giving by Dr. Fredrick K.
Stearns of his remarkable prescription for the
many weaknesses with which women are
This great remedy is being placed on the market by the New
York and London Drug Company and is labeled "Nyal's Vegetable
Prescription," "a boon to womankind"
The local drug firm, Fullerton & Hichardson, are agents for
Roseburg. They report as follows;
"Nyal" remedies are superior to all of the highly exploited
patent medicines, but the best of the Nyal's line is the "Vegetable
"During the many yoara we have sold drugs in Roseburg we
have never heard as much favorable commendation of any other
medicine. Nyal's Vegetable Prescription has received the praise of
every woman who has used it.
Other Nyal's medicines which are worthy of mention at this
particular season are:
Nyal's Baby Cough Remedy for colds. Re
lieves difficult breathing.
Nyal's Croup Ointment.
Nyal's Cod Liver Oil Compound without the
Oil. It is better thau "Viuol" or Emulsion of Cod
Liver Oil aud is. an ideal system builder and tonic.
FULLERTON & RICHARDSON,
Druggists, Roseburg", Ore. Ag'ents for "Nyal's"
WHEN YOU'RE CHILLED
Our hot drinks will warm you up, and none bettor
can be made for the pa'ate.
Next to Postottice. . ... .'
I LEONA MILLS LUMBERCOMPANY
Lumber, Lath, Shingles and Dry Finish Lumlcrj
$ Doors and Windows of all Kinds.
ii Yards on Lower Osk Street,
g 'Phone 1411
l H. W. ALTHAUS & SONS!
Automobiles, Bicycles and Supplies
Ag'ents FairbanKs & Morse Co.
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.
D. H MARSTERS'
Plumbing', Sheet Metal WorK, Tinning'
I North JacUson Street,
WorKs. Telephone 2511.
WorK Done on Short Notice ROSEBURG, ORE. i
We're in a Position
to offer you the 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 guaranteed. Fine
roasting pieces of beef from 8e to
12 Mo pound. First class mutton,
veal, pork and poultry equally low.
Can't do better anywhere. Phone us
your ordor. We deliver to any part
of the city.
Cass Street Market
LOUIS KOHLHAGKN, Prop.
107 West Cass at. Phone 191.
Cor. Cass and Rose Sts.
Olfice: Warehouse No.
Near the Depot. Telephone
Main 231 or 311.
adjoining' Peoples Marble 1