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About The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 18, 1909)
THK EVENING NEWS SATI'HDA V, IIKOKMIlKIt IH, lltmi.
OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE
NEW 1909 CROP
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SOKT-HSKLLKl) WALNUTS, LT'ltKANTS, CITRON-, OltAXGE l'KFL,
LEMON l'LEL, HEINZ MINCE MEAT, HEINZ Al'1'1 K 111TTKH, I'LltE
MAI'LE SVUIT, AI'l'LE CIKEIt.
Give Us a Call
OltDKltS TKOt'SKHS OFF.
Soldkr Court Martinled Because
Kefused to Ohey.
When la the putting on and taking
off of trousers a violation of the iilst
Article of War?
Answer: When your superior of
ficer tells you to put them on or take
them off anil you don't do it.
If you don't believe this la true, ask
Private Fred B rem mid of the lOtllh
Company, Coast Artillery Corps, who
is now . languishing in the military
prison at Alcntraz Island, California,
where He will continue to languish
for the next six months. Alter serving
this sentence Private- Bremund will
cease to he one of Uncle Sam's regu
lars and will get a dishonorable dis
charge. The pair of trousers that caused
. Bremund so much woe were en
casing his manly limbs out at Fort
Worden. Washington, on the even
ing of November 2. There Is no con
tention on the part of the First Lieu
tenant M. F. Col ley, Bremund's su
perior officer, that the trousers did
, not lit or that they were not of ap
proved style and color. So far .'is the
Department knows they were us due
a pair of pants as ever were worn
by n gallant arf illeryiimn
But on the fmeful day it) n"'Jsiion
i Bremund was ordered to come down
from his bunk and to "put your
trousers on after you come down."
Possibly it was manly modesty that
nctuated Soldier Bremund anyhow,
whatever the onufte, when Bremund
came down from his bunk he had his
Later in the day. Lieutenant Coliey
ordered Bremund back to his bunk
and told him to take his trousers olT
belor-i doing so. By that time, appar
ently, Biemund had become ho much
attached to his trousers that he de
cided to wear them to bed with him.
Xot only that, but to muse his case
worse, ho turned upen Lieutenant
Coliey and told him, rlht to his face,
"I will take them off wlitn 1 get
A court martial was convened at
Fort Finger, Washington, to try the
man who h'iid such peculiar Ideas re
garding the wearing' of his nether
outer garments, and, although he
pleaded "not guilty" very strenuously
lie was convicted and sentenced.
Now the llndlug of the court mar
tial has been approved by all of the
big guns in the Department of the
Columbia and unless President Tuft
or Secretary of War Dickinson inter
feres the sentence will stand, and six
months hence poor BremuniT will be
able to put on and take off his trou-M-rs
without, any oflicious officer giv
ing him ordeib regarding them.
The revival at the United Brethren
church Increases in interest. Services
Sunday morning at 1100 and even
ing at 7: HO. Hev. Leon Fleming,
lOvangellst, and local clergymen are
iissisting tho pastor, Hev. . T. W.
We iuvite your attention to this delightful
It Is Something New
It Is Something Better
It Is "Colgates"
You Will Enjoy It
lifTr Ufd Mil
In handsome, sanitary sealed metal, cans
always clean and ready for use, Price 25c.
FULLERTON & RICHARDSON,
The Drug Store of Quality
Druggists, Roseburg', Ore. ' Near S. P. Depot.
In yon want to ImiM you a home and pay for it in small
monthly inyim:nt9 ami low rate of interest,?
Iu vou want to pav olt your mortpiRe and have long time,
easy payments and low rate of interest to pay back loan in? .
Do you want t buy a home in Koseburf;, 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 vou want lit insure vour building in one of the besi
and cheapest companies in the U. S.? '
If So See WALKERS PERRINE, Roseburg Ore.
Cor. Cass and Pine St. -:- -:- E. It. PERMXE, Notary Public
M. K. Church
Morning and evening sermon by
the pastor, Jas. K. Hawkins. Music
by the largo choir, with special Ten
or and Soprano duet at the morning
service by Mr. Lot and Miss Pool.
"While I Stray," with special male
quartette at the eve'ilnc service. Hap
py congregational singing alawuys. j
Morning sermon, "Jacob Tarnsform-j.
ed From Bargainer to Beggar." The
siil lent points of this remarkable
character will be delimited with much
needed practical application to mod-
ern bargain seekers. Evening ser-1
mon, ' The Credibility of MirncleB
and the Ground for Christian Faith."
All are welcome to these .ive ser
vices and a "home-like" church.
DEATH FROM LOCKJAW
Silvertou Boy Falls on a Husty
SILVERTON, Ore., Dec. 17. Clar
ence Weeks, 5-year-old. son of Fred
Weeks, died In agony hero today of
lockjaw, after a week's Illness.
Little Clarence slipped a week ago;
whilo playing anu fell on a rusty nail i
which penetrated his knee. Ho bfi
came ill almost Immediately and doc-,
tors decided ho was suffering from ,
tetanus. Ills agony throughout his
lllr.ess was extreme until It was end-.
ed by death.
Many attractive Xmas gifts at the
Roseburg Uuok Store. tf
It you are looking for good service
In the barber line call at the Maddix
barber Bhop, Cass street, Roseburg
National Bunk Bldg. Three chair
Bhop. Bath rooms In connection, tf.
The latest fad la hammored brass,
used in connection with Pyrography;
makes an elegant present. We have
the material for working, and also
the roady made pieces. It Is not ox
pensive at Graves Art Emporium, tf.
What does vour mother, - sister,
brother or sweetheart want for
Ymii n Plintn nid lv f'Ti-.i-lr'a ,
Studio. Roseburg National' Bankj
W. H. Eaton, Ph. D., pastor. Sun
day school at 10:00 a. in., Hon. O. j
P. Coshow, superintendent. Preach- j
ing service at 11:01) a. m. At this:
service the pastor will undertake an j
exposition of that frequently puzzl
ing and misunderstood scripture,
Luke 14:2ti. B. Y. P. U. at ti:30 p. j
m., Harrv Hatfield, leader. Evangel-1
istic service 7:30 to 8:3,0 p. m. The:
subject of the pastor's address at j
this service will be "Why Eve Ate j
the Apple." The choir has some i
choice special music for both preach-1
lug services All are cordially invited j
to these services.
J. E. Burkhart, pastor. Morning
worship nt 1 1 o'clock. Subject of ser-1
mon. 'A Pledge and a Plea for God's!
Presence." Evening worship at 7:30,1
subject, "The Unanswerable Ones- i
tlou." Bible school at 10 a. m., Hon.
B. L. Eddv, superintendent. Junior
C. E. at 3 p. m. Y. P. S. C. K. at
6:30 p. m. The mid-week prayer
meeting will herealter be iield on
Thursday evenings instead of Wed
nesday. You will find a cordial wel
come awaiting you at all of our ser
vices. Come and bring a friend.
.1. N. McConnell, pastor. Mr?. Wen
Hunter, superintendent of Chinese
missionaries In Portland, will occupy
the pulpit for me at 11 a. m. I will
preach at Pino Grove at that hour.,
subject, "The Godly Life." Mrs. How
Preaching by the pastor at 7:30 p. m.
ard McConnell, of Eugene, will sing
at the evening service.
Methodst Kptscopul Church South
Regularserviccs Sunday. The pas
tor will preach' at 11 a. m. a:ul at
7:30 p. m. Rev. Jones of Corvallis,
will preach. Sunday school tit 10
n. in., W. L. Cohb, superintendent.
Epworth League at G:30 Sunday
evening. Thepublic is invitied to all
services. lv. M. Meais, pastor.
St. George's Church
The Rev. Charles "Wilson Baker,
The fourth Sunday in Advent.
Holv Communion at 7:30 A. M.
Sunday school at lo:00 A. M.
Morning Prayer and Sermon at
1 1 : uO o'clock.
Evening Prayer and Sermon at
St. Josep' o-Chiireh
Lust Sunda i Advent.
Masses at S: l& and 10:30 A. M.
Sunday sHmol ond church history
at !):O0 and 9:45 A. M.
Evening devotions at 7:30.
Weekly church history class on
Saturday at 9:00.
W. K. McGco, Rector.
University of Oregon
Varsity Mandolin Club
Bigger and Better
COLLEGE ? j
T am prepared to ouild your ce
ment walks and cement foundation?,
pier stone, etc.. etc., at once. You re
rn- n oiiiek nnd neat inb. Pnt tf
CLASSIFIED A i V E 1 1 T i 5 K M E X T S
LOANS, REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE
FOR .RENT Store room on Jackson
street. Inquire Mrs. H. Easton. tf
WANTED Position as a nurse or
housekeeper by competent woman.
Particulars at this office. tf.
LOST. Puise containing money and
gold rintr. Finder leave at this of
fice. Reward. -
FOR SALE. Ten-acre tract, T
room hoi. bp, two miles from city.
Price $1700. Well improved. Ad
dress "' care of News office. d--3
FOR R EXT. House, 7 rooms, near
town. Citv water. Rent very rea
sonable. Call 121 W. Douglas
FO 1 1 -S ALE 10 acres fl no" lan d 7 1 v
mile from town; 2 acres orchard:
all tinder cultivation; small house;
barn 20x30; poultry, team -md a
wagon included. Only $2r0o. Ad
dress N., this office. d3 1 -sw -d
Is the best that the State
University Iihb ovor sent out.
New Honyn calchey muic, and
htuuliaMe fkits. An evunint; of
75c and 50c
Tif kt on Halt nl Marker's Rtoro
The Roseburg Pharmacy
WE take a dolight in serving our patrons with
the best there is in the line of drugs. Purity
is our motto. Promptness both day and
nigh is wuat counts nt our pharmacy.
Full line of Sundries always on hand
ROSEBURG PHARMACY, Inc.
L. E. KR0HN, Manager
Agent for Snell
Removes all impurities.
The Next Thing on the Bill of Fare
Where are You Going to Trade ?
For your Groceries, Dry Goods, Gents Furnishings
and Shoes.; Why they sell the BEST GOODS
for the LEAST MONEY.
Trj; Them In Your Order For
GENTS FURNISHINGS AND SHOES
Groceriesjis stheir Specialty, and they wil
Try Them For Dry Goods
The People's Cooperative Store
ROSEBURG ROCHDALE CO.
We're in a Position
to offer you tho best the market af
fords In fho way of Meats; and our
prices you know are always lowest.
We handle only prime stock. (Jiial
Ity and quantity guaranteed. Fine
roasting pieces of beef from He to
12Hc 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
1inS KOIILHAGE.N, Prop.
107 West Cass 8U Phone 11.
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O It. M. ISICl.MPlKI.il
O Rooms G and 7 Hell Sisters nidi!- "
Phone 1301 Roseburg, Or.,
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!- Lesal advice free. Collections ;,;
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Room 1, Mar.sters Dhlg.
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Chrtinin diseases a speehilt v.
firacin.lto of the ' Ani"rlc;in
School nf Osteopathy Kirksvlll".
Mo. rnder-founder of S4rl"iice ;
O Dr. A. T. Still.
Office Abraham Tilda.
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A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT
Of Pleasing Gifts
We have many novelties, some very unique and
beautiful, and all very appropriate presents.
We Have Finest Line in Southern Oregon
Si.lltl Cold 'n( Ik s
(.old l illr.l tVutihes
M. krl ami -nn M lal WjiIiIics
Scurf Pins and llroorhcs
Shirt Wulht Sets
HH( Pins mill llui kh's
A rniih t' M'l of Optical f.nods, Col
in r Pins, (.'omits, Hal Pins, etc.
1 In I im-'-t mid lt'.t l.inc of linlin-l-las
In the city.
We huvo Diamond in Finger lEhigH,
..Stick Pins, Brooches and Watch
Sllverwaro Wo have tho Finest Lino
In Southern Oregon, In liolft Plato
Cimb, llrnnli and Mirror BetH, Cut
.Iiu.h. Clot kM, Solid Cold and Gold
Filled and Silver Thimbles