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About The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1909)
THE KVKNIXO NEWS MONDAY, NOVKMI1KR 22, 1009'
CAUPETS and Kl'GS.
Our Btock of Carpets and Rugs
Is complete up to date. Ingrain
carpets at 30c, 45c, 60c. 55c, 60c,
15 THE DEADLY
ENEHY 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 b'jy
groceries. Everything fresh and clean.
W. E. Clingenpeel j
POPULAR PRICED JEWELER I
For Thanksgiving We Offer
Rich Cut Glass
And Hand Painted China at prices
that absolutely save you money.
Largest Slock of Plumbing
Goods In thd City
LOANS, REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE
Do you want to build you a
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 Q
Room 1, Bell Sisters Building. -:-
The Roseburg Pharmacy
WE take a delight in serving our patrons with
the best there is in the line of drugs. Purity
is our motto. Promptness both day and
nigh is wnat counts at our pharmacy.
Full line of Sundries always on hand
1 ROSEBURG PHARMACY, Inc.
I C30 L. E. KPOHlk Manager
75c, and 85c perard. Rugs In room
size from $6.35, In all wool, to $35.
Complete line of all classes of
U. W. STHOXG.
Commercial Club Bldg.
and Dryer Pipe
home and pay for it in small
- : - E. B. PERRINE, Notary Public.
HER WEDDING CAKE
Is a thing of groat Interest to the
bride-elect, and we are artl&ts In
this line. Wedding cakes are made
fn the most beautiful designs and
of rich and exquisite flavor. Our
breads, rolls, pies, fancy and orna
mental cukvs, etc., aro the perfection
of the baker's art when made at
F. E. Alley left for Portland last
evening to attend business matters.
Mrs. Snyder was admitted to the
local hospital for treatment this af
ternoon. The boat silk tissue toilet paper,
3000 sheets tor 25c, at Roseburg
Book Store. tf
K. T. Ulakely, of Oak Creek,
spent Sunday In the city, a guest of
Mrs. Bodge went to Medfotd yester
day morning to spend Thanksgiving
with her parents.
T. J. Wilson, of Canyonvlllo. was
a business visitor in the city for a
lew hours Saturday.
Mrs. C. D. Beale and Mrs. Roy Mc
Clallen were passengers on yester
day's soiithbounn train.
Have you seen those elegant Steins
and Tankards, .at Roseburg Book;
prices 26c to $5.00 each.
Emma Ageo returned to her home
at Wilbur yesterday morning after
a brief visit with relatives In the city.
Hon. Rolit. liootli. of Kugene, re
tunrned home yesterday morning af
ter a briel visit with friends in tills
Miss Lillie Wildraube returned to
her home at Wilbur yesterday morn
ing after a brief visit with friends
Miss Kitchen returned from Ku
gene last evening after spending a
few days at that place visiting with
Mrs. R. B. Mathews and child
went to Albany yesterday morning
to spend Thanksgiving at the home
of her parents.
County Commissioner Nichols, of
Riddle, arrived in the city yesterday
to attend the adjourned session of
the county court
Manager Sleep, of the Portland
office of the W. C. Harding Land
Company, Is In the city attending
, business matters.
The little child of Mr. and Mrs.
C. L. Tedder, of Union Creek, was
brought to Mercy hospital this nfter
noon for treatment.
Sheriff Fcnton hns returned from
Goldendale, Washington, and Port
i land, here he spent several days at
tending business matters.
Miss McKay, a niece of J. P. Mc
Kay, of this city returned to her home
I at Oakland yesterday morning after
a brief visit with relatives.
Charles O. Olt-n, Georjve Buinette
and Arthur Reed, all residents of
Sutherlin, were visitors in tho city
for a tew hours yesterday.
W. C. Harding, of the W. C. Hard
ing Land Company, returned from
Portland this morning lifter attend
ing business matters at that city.
Miss Applegnte returned to her
home at Drain yesterday morning al
ter a brief visit with friends in this
vicinity. While here she attended the
annual teachers' Institute.
Mrs. A. N. Short was discharged
from Mercy hospital this morning af
ter a conliuement of about two weeks
during which time she underwent
an operation. She was attended, uy
T. M. Hunt, for the pnst few
months connected with the local for
estry office, left yesterday morning
for Portland where lie has ben
transferred temporarily. He expects
to leave for Alaska early In the
I Attorney Leiler. of Portland, Ib in
the city. Mr. Lelter Is one or the
1 Southern Pncllic's most prominent
attorneys and is here to represent
his company In the celebrated
Chauncey case at present attracting
the attention of the circuit court.
The biggest and best crockery store
In Southern Oregon. Everything that
i Is made in crockery, glassware, and
China, we have It. From the plainest
to best hand-painted. Many beautiful
pieces of Llbby cut glass suitable for
presents. Rice & Rice, tho house
Train No. 13, due here at 8:45
o'clock yesterday morning did not ar
rive until after noon. Included In
the equipment of the train was one
of the new steel day coaches. The
i car Is one of the finest now In use.
and 13 considered far safer than the
old time wooden ones.
Special Government Agent Dixon,
spent a few davs ill the city last
week Investigating the reputation of
George W. Riddle, of Riddle, who Is
tinted for the appointment of Re
ceiver of tho United States Land Of
fice . From what, can be learned rec
ommendations were numerous. Mr.
Riddle's qualifications for such po
sition appearing unapproachable.
Articles of Incorporation were filed
with the county clerk this afternoon
by the Umpqua Land and Water Co.
Ill the document the Incorporators
set forth the fact that they Intend
to cary on a general real estate busi
ness as well as plat town sites. The
Incorporators are Mesrs. James Alex
ander. J. Burchard and J. M. Alex
ander. They will retain their present
offices in the Roseburg National Hank
From the local United States
Weather observatory we are apprised
that the present rain storm Is one of
the most severe for some time. Be
tween last evening's observation tak
en at 5 o'clock and this morning's
observation taken at 5 o'clock the
rainfall totaled one Inch. Since that
time It has been raining continually
and It is safe to assert that a rainfall
of 2 inches has fallen Blnce last even
ing. Both the Umpqua river and Deer
Creek show a material raise this af
ternoon with Indications pointing to
ward even higher water by tomorrow
morning. At Winchester the water
has reached the 14 foot mark, and
the electric light people are antlei
patine trouble should the storm con
tinue. Up to going to press 2.75 Inches
of rain hes fallen.
i WANTED. -Operators. Applyo "the
chief operator tho Pacific states
Telephone & Telegraph Co. .. tf
FOR RENT. Hoiiser 7 ro"ms.-near
town. Cltv water. Rent very rea
sonable. Call 124 Douglas
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT S
( ' I, A SS I II K I ) A 1 IV K It! llS KM E X TS
NEW 5-ROOM COTTAGE I have a
6-room new modern cottage for
rent, electric lighted, city water,
and otherwise up-to-date. Inquire
325 Washington street. tf.
STILL WILL BOOST
(Special to The Evening News)
WKXATCHEE, Wash., Nov. 22.
There will be no diminution dining
the year 1910 in the efforts of '.he
transcontinental railways to bring ;
newcomers and settlers to the North
west, The Great Northern announces
the appointment of E. C. Le-ady as the
general immigration agent to sncceed
Max Bast., deceased. Mr. Leedy 1b
well known throughout the North
west, having large fruit Interests In
the Wenntchee valley. He Is in a po
sition to toll prospective sottlurs what
can be done in this country from ac
tual experience. His headquarters will
be St. Paul and Chicago. To assist in
the work, xhe Great Northern has
opened exhibit rooms In St. Paul,
near the union stattcn. where the
travelers can Inform themselves.
(Special to The Evening Nows)
WARPENDAl.E. Ore., Nov. 22.
in a freight wreck early thlB morning
on account of a washout on the road.
Engineer Tom F. Rogers wus killed.
The train consisted of nine cars,
most of which was badly damaged.
Fireman Nesbit and Itriikenian
Furlong were both badly hurt. The
train was running at a rapid rate
and struck a soft place In the road
bed that had been softened by high
Mr. nnd Mrs. O. J. King, of Onk
Creek, visited friends ill the city to
day. Oregon view writing tnblets and
envelopes, the very lutest, at Rose
burg Book Store. tf
Miss Marion Stowo, a student of
the U. of O., Is visiting her triend,
Miss Ollva Rlsley In this city.
Merrill Record: Cyrus H. Walker,
of Alhnny, Oregon, who Is in Kla
math county organizing granges, ar
rived In Merrill today from Klamath
Falls to form an organization of the
farmers in the community. Mr. Wnlk
er is one of the most active workers
in the grange movement In Oregon.
He also has the distinction of being
the oldest living white man living
west of the Rocky Mountains.
DAILY WEATHER REPORT .
U. S. Wentner Bureau, local office,
Roseburg, Oregon, 24 hours ending
5 n. in., November 22, 1 11 0 9 .
Precipltntion In Inches and hun
dredths: M axim um tern perat lire CO
Minimum tmeperature 51
Total Preclp since first of tho
Avg. Preclp. for this nionlh for
32 years 4.33
Total Preclp. from Sept. 1, 1909,
to date 9.4 2
Avg. Preclp. from Sept 1, 1877,
Total excess fro Sept 1, 1 909. ...2.60
Avg. Preclp. for 32 wet sea
HIS 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 mall. When
Interviewed the gentleman snld:
In tho person of Mr. Olney I
found a man of profound slgnltlc
cance lie has a gift call It what
you will that Is beyond my com
prehension for power he doeB pos
sess. I was never very Interested In
thlb fori of a thing, hut ltaing a
roarl'ig In my ears I desired to see
what he could do. Ho cured me all
right, and while there a gentleman
whom I know positively to have been
crippled with rheumatism for two
veai'H was healed and was able to
put on his coat without aid. I was
dumfoumlcd and do not hesitate to
say that he Is beyond me. 1 did not
mention mv experience to my friends
and iclatives for fear they would
discredit my sanity or consider me
too credulous. However, I would ad
vise everyone skk nnd Buttering to
see Mr. Olney and bo healed. He Ib
always glad to meet you and Irvltcs
everybody to cull on him and get. a
free booklet and explanation of his
Main office in annex of
349, corner of Main and
Main street entrance, hourB 9 a. m.
to 8 p. m. Consultation Free.
;v& -an. ..,
No greater service has been rendered to
womankind than the giving by Dr. FredricK It.
Stearns of his remarkable prescription for the
many , weaknesses with which women are
This great remedy ia being placed on the market by the New
York and London Drug Company and is labeled "Nyal'3 Vegetable
Prescription," "a boon to womankind" .
The local drug firm, Fullerton & Richardson, 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 years 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 than "Vinol" or Emulsion of Cod
Liver Oil and ia an ideal system builder and tonic.
Druggists, Roseburg', Ore.
WHEN YOU'RE CHILLED
Our hot drinks will warm you up, aud none bettor
can be made for the pa'ate.
Next to Poslotlice.
B leona mills lumbercompany 8
Lumber, Lath, Shingles and Dry Finish Lunil er
Doors and Windows of all Kinds.
Yards on Lower Onk Street.
tr . . tt
H.W. ALTHAUS & SONS I
! Automobiles. Bicycles and Supplies t
Agents FairbanKs Morse Co. f,
Telephone 144 1
GROUCH & ALDRIGH
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Cement, Plaster, 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
North Jackson Street,
Works. Telephone 2511.
Work Done on Short Notice
Agents for "Nyal's"
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 Btock. Qual
ity and quantity guaranteed. Fine
roasting pieces of beet from 8c to
12 He 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 Market
LOUIS KOIILHAGKN, Prop,
107 West Cuss St. Phone 1U.
Cor. Cass and Rose Sts. t
Olfice: Warehouse No.
Near the Depot. Telephone
Main 2ljl or 311.
PLUMBING SHOP. I
Metal Work, Tinning
adjoining Peoples Marble ;