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About The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 14, 1909)
THE KVKXLVO XKWS
TI'KSIMV, DKrKMIIKIt 14, 1000
L. L. .MtitllicwH, of Glldu, Ih u vis
Itor In the city today.
A marrluge license hat been Ihhihu!
to Kethu Let no n uiul Ui K. Hud rick
bolh ri'Hidints of Drain,
A manlHKe license Man bwn inniird
to Vivian Jackson and MIkh SiihIo G
Klndluy, both rualdentn of UottgluK
JiiHt rocoived Anottw-p shipment
tr mo ramoiiK Last Korevor hos
iery, A wrltton tuiaianlfn with very
pair. Hold only hy TIim Kalr. tf.
Mrs, W. A. l'vr returned to hr
honiH at. Arth'-ifij I hi:; tuorning aflor
a hrif'f viHlt v 1 1 Ii Mr. Ciorkur arid
Mr. W. IC. Hnlcs in tiilH cliv.
The IioH;;l)iiiK Richardson's Art
Bmltroldr-ry Club will incut at the
homo of .Mrs. J. C. DonnlnK on Steph
ens Htteot Wednesday afternoon, De
cember 15. m
For Men. There Ih no footer Khoc
made than the reiehruti'd "j. K
Tilt," which to be found at the
Alilllkln Shoe Store. And for heavj
Wfr there Ih nothing equal to the
'Urillod Workman Shoe." df-f.
A petition Ih beiiit? cfreu luted
unions Die biini risint'ii on Sheridan
Htrei't In hop" or purHijudlrii the rUy
to unci I to aiioint another night po
liceman. Till- tdKNei'H O Ml(! floCUIlKMlt
to patrol tlr entiro city in an elllclent I
manner owIjik to tin exteiiHlvo ter-
The beHt oox ccnfctlontry,
"Lowney'B" fresh at the Kuseburg
Book Store, tf.
Hen IfiiiiHaker, the Dlllard grocer,
was a visitor In the city yesterday af
Wlnnlo Gaddls. the plumber, cutH
and tir;ads pipe of any size up to
and including elulit Inches. tf.
Airs. H. Starmer returned from
Myrllo Creek yesterdiiy uftirnoon af
ter a brief viKlt with friends at that
William Cobb, of the Cobb Heal
KBtate Company, went to Glendale
this morniiiK to look after business
.Mm. K. Wutkins arrived here last
evening from Winchester to spend n
few days visiting at the home of Mrs.
lj. M. Marsters.
Mrs. J. II. Cockelrrasc, of Deer
Creek, went to Kails City this morn
ing to spend a few weeks visiting at
the home of her daughter.
Revival services began . at the
I'niled It ret h re n church last Sunday,
and the interest hut been good from
the start. Monday evening six clergy
men were in attendance. Services
every evening this week. All are cord
ially invited. Special Invitation to the
Ity pastors and visiting clergymen.
All who love tho Lord, come out and
insist In the cihibo, lOvangelist .eon
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to 111 ronHl(lrati(iii or tho CDiincil at
rnnt(ml that a pnllrcmali Is unahlo
tlm ntxt n'Kular meutliiK.
Miss llrtha Ali'xandor. who lins
hei;a visiting ul tho homo or MIhs
Voll Harkor 111 this rlly, rolurnod to
hrr homo at I'oiidlotoii Siimlay ovon
Jiitt. (.'oiirt Sti'iiOKraphoi' I. II. Ulclilli"
has Konu lo Coos county to alliMid
miittors comior.tml with Ills ollli-lal
(lutltH. Ills duties In tho local court
uro hciiiK looked utter today hy a
court reporter from Tori land
A motion Ik,m heen filed hy Attor
ney rf. I1. Ness, of IOiiki lie. Hiking
that ho ho rallied an exlelislon of
tiuio lor aruuini; thi case of II. ti.
Crew vb. K .1. Clew et al In tho cir
cuit court. He sets up In his motion
that other litigation Is peudlliK which
necessitates furthor lime.
II. 7.. Ireland. W. 1,. and U I).
Short. O'alla residents, spent yester
day 111 Hie city, relurnllii; homo to
day. Miss Mai'Kuei-lto PaKO will arrive
hero Jills evening from Drain where
she has heen spending u few days
wltii her mother,
Mrs. C. O. T. Wlllams and Miss
Vein Williams, of Oregon City, re
turned to their homo this morning
after spending some time visiting at
tho homo of their daughter and sis
ter. Mrs. ,1. M. Lawrence.
Mrs.. I. M. Lawrence went lo Head
this morning where she will reside
permanently. Mr. Lawrence will fol
low as soon as tile apolntmellt of tr.
W. Riddle has heen coullrmed in the
Senate and tho necessary hond furnished.
A Sweet Remembrance for Christmas
Is a ii it;e lox of candy
Full line of Holiday postals. Come early.
Style and quality to suit
Get it. at
HOWARD & MAHAN
The PLUMBERS and TINNERS
Skylights, Cornices and Dryer Pipe
Largest Stock of Plumb.ng
Goodi In the City
WHITE AS SNOW
This is tho claim matlo by all who seud thuir
washing to tho Roseburg Steam Laundry. To get
this result uo chemicals are used. Your laundry
is not treated in a severe manner very much to
the contrary ---it is handled in the most approved
manner all tho latest and most modern niachiu
cry id at our command to do your work in a mos
tro rough manner.
ROSEBURG STEAM LAUNDRY
0. C. BAKER, Prop.
if JacHsou Strcot - - ROSEBURG, ORE.
36 in a box. 15c Value,
box to a Customer.
THE STORE THAT SERVES YOU BEST
Tomorrow 15c Value
36 in a box.
to a cus-
Try one of those Snell flltora will
fit buy faucet. See Winnie Gaddls,
the plumber. tf.
W. A. Biirr, the local music man,
went to points in the southern part
of the county this morning to at
tend business matters.
I am prepared to ouiid your ce
ment walk anil cement fmindiitloiia.
pier stone, etc., etc., at once. Youtb
tor a quick and neat Job. Pat. tf
Judge J. W. Hamilton went to Bed
ford this morning to attend court.
He will relieve juile ilanna. pre
siding over the southern district.
Dan Bunnell, engineer on the local
switch engine, went to points In Ne
vada this morning to look . after
mining interests, from there he goes
to Chicago to visit frk'lids. Mr. Bun
nell expects to be gone about four
Michael Devaney. lorme'-ly flag
man at the Lane street crossing of
tho Southern Pacific railway, met
with a very unfortunate accident late
yesterday afternoon, the result of
which will necessitate him remain
ing under the care of a physician for
some time. It appears that the unfort
unate man lost his footing and fell
from the curb near the depot, re
sulting in a broken limb.
Next week, for the first time In
three'" years, the University of Ore-
R. C. Kurtleyt of Drain, was a vis
itor in the city yesterday.
Airs. K. K. Applegate of Draiu. was
a visitor in the city yesterday.
St. Regis Indian baskets, 5 cents
and up, at the Roseburg Book Store.tt
P. M. Konynion, of Camas Valley,
spent yesterday in the city looking
after business Interests.
The members of the Roseburg
Coinnierciiil'Club will hold their reg
ular monthly meeting this evening.
Do your Christmas shopping at
The Fair. Kvery 60c purchase entitles
you to a chalice on the Big Doll In
the window. tr-
The ladles of the W. C. T. U. will
meet at tho home of Mrs. A. Ci Mars
ters Wednesday afternoon. December
15, at 2:!i0 o'clock. All are Invited.
Mrs. Sail ford went to Medford this
morning where she will visit friends
until after .lie holidays. She will be
joined by her husband a few days
prior to Christmas.
Messrs. Curtis. Banfleld & Com
pany, have recently purchased a fine
tract of fruit lulld in the Edunbower
district and have contracted for the
tiling necessary for draining the prop
erty, work on this improvement win
lie undertaken within a few days, or
just n3 soon as the tile can be shipped
from the kilns at Oakland. The own
ers are prepared to plant the tract to
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Ron Glee Club is to tour southern , choice varllies of commercial fruit
Oregon. For the past two seasons 1 just as soon as the ground can be
they have made a sojourn in the In
laud Umpire instead. Their trips in
tho dead of winter up Into frozen
Kastein Oregon have often resulted
disastrously to clear throats and a
clone harmon . Drafty depots and
early morning trains have really
mado these trips more journeys of
hardships than of pleasure. It Is on
account of theso previous unpleasant
t-xperlences that the boys are looking
forward wilh so much delight and
anticipation to their short visit in
Southern Oregon. Many of the Port
land boys neve never been in the
southern part of the state and are
anxious lo see what this country
which lias recently conio into the
limelight on account of her wealth
in fruit lands is like. The Glee Club
concert lakes place In the Armory
next Monday evening at a quarter
otten in readiness. Winnie Gaddis.
the plumber, left this afternoon for
Oakland where he will puschase the
car load of tile to be used- in this
work, he having received a contract
for supplying the material.
Mr. Hall, owner of the store build
ing occupied by Gilbert & Son, in
West Roseburg, contemplates erect
ing a large and modern structure for
the present occupants at an early
date. The old building will be re
moved to the rear of the lot.
At the regular meeting of the local
Arie of Eagles held last evening the
following officers were elected to
serve during the ensuing year: I. Ab
raham, Pres.; J. H Los, vice-Pres.;
V. P. Clark. Sec; A. C. Marsters.
Trens.; L. G. Pettlt, Chap.; J. Beck
ley, . G.; F. G. Micelli. Charles Bal
lard and Chas. Hamilton, trustees;
Dr. E. V. Hoover, physician.
The Fair Will Have Special
Sales on Holiday Goods
Watch the windows for particulars. We will
have Doll Day, Toy Da', Picture clay, etc, etc.
25 Per Cent Reduction on These Sale Days.
Chance on the big doll with
After L'9 years of married life A.
M. Akers. of Myrtle Creek, has filed
a suit for divorce In the circuit court,
nninlnt: Ills wife. Rosella Akers as
the defendant. Akers alleges anions
his alienations that he and his wife
were married at Curbyvlllo. Jnckson
county. In March, 1SS0. spending the
first ten years of their wedded elst.
auio in that locality. Later they mov
ed to Myrtle Creek, nt which place
they have lived for three years. The
plaintiff accuses his better half of
having conducted herself In "shame
ful, lewd llld wicked manner" In
conclusion plaintiff claims that his
wife left his home without duo cause
of provocation on April 10, 1909,
and dince that time has resided in
Michigan with a strange man under
an assumed name. PlaintifT asks an
absolute decree. Five children were
born to their union.
George Hurnette. of Sutherlin,
i-pont yesterday in the city attending
William Fisher and B. W. Whnlen,
both residents of Drew, were visitors ,
in the city yesterday.
D. H. Fotts, of Glendale, transacted
business matters In the city yesterday.
COME IN AND WE WILL ASSIST
hW IN SELECTING YOUR PRESENTS
Our stocK is large and Better than ever
Australian and German Decorated China.
Rugs and Draperies.
Children's Carts and RocKers.
Chiffioners and Dressers.
Center and Library Tables.
Morris Chairs and Reciters.
Couches and l ounges.
Space is too limited to name the many beautiful
articles that will please you. Come in and see.
ROSEBURG FURNITURE CO.
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