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About The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 20, 1909)
TITK F.VBVlq NEWS MOMMY, KKCEMUKR 20, lltOO.
THE EVENING NEWS
1Y B. W. BATKS
ISH1JKI l)AlliVKX(' K lT HLT X DAY
Entered an Becond-claH8 matter
Nov. 5, 1909, at Koffeburg, Ore., uu
der act ofarch 3,187
HubseriptJun It a tea Dally
Per year, by mail $3.00
Tor month, delivered 50
J'or year $2.00
Six months 1.00
mo.ndav, ii; i;miu:h 20, iooi.
A Hplendldly Illustrated folder do-
fieri ptive of the Wlntei Short Courutt
nt tho Oregon Africa June College,
nan been received at thin office. The
reinilar Winter Conines open Jan
uary . Fanners' week in front Keb
rnary 14 to 18. Amonn tho bubjects
cotiHldered fit these con men are poul
try JiiiHlmndry. forestry, nnKlneer
n and mechanic arts, nnlnial hiiB
bandry, dairying and horticulture,
and domestic science and art. The
tarnier folk aio especially Invited to
attend these colum n. The college Is
dohiK a Krnnd work, arid Its influence
is becoming more apparent each year.
Tho Bvltchnwis' strike on tho
Northern Part He and Great Northern
lines seems to he far from Bettled The
railway people claim that, so far as
'hey are concerned the Incident Is
cloned and that Ihey havj plenty of
men to do all tho work In the
yjrds and keep all trains moving. On
the other hand switchmen declare
tho opposite. From the best advleos
that can be obtained from a conser
vative course, It appears that the rail
roads are loin a partial biislnesf.
It, Is known t'.iat 1000 cars of mer
clindttio are stand I up on ho various
sidetracks between Pasco and Spo
kane, and the vn-rds at the latter city
havo, nriiiy cirs that should be moved
Tho strike Is har,dlrnpplr. bu.-ln''ns
of nil kinds and tho public will be
plad to eoo the matter speedily adjusted.
I!ud: 'Say, Annie, give me'another cup of Coffee."
Annie: "No liud, your mother doesn't want you to drink
more than one cup." -
Hud: "Hut, Annie, mother is now using Folger's Golden Gate,
and it's so good I am sure another cup wouldn't do any harm."
Folger" s Golden Gate is the purest and best Coffee we know of.
We sell it absolutely on merit.
Alton S. Frey
DKATH AT ItllHJM;
TO IMPItOVK M.UtKSMWSIIIP.
Mrs. Will Ilrmvn Dies After Un
derline I llncss.
Mrs. Will Q. Drown, tho esteemed
wife of Will Q. Drown, one of Doug
las county's best known citizens pass
ed away at her homo at Diddle, Ore
gon, Saturday morning after an Ill
ness of over a year. The deceased
was about 40 years of age and bad
resided In this wet inn the greater
part of hor life. Since attacked with
the Illness which eventually resulted
in Iter death. Mis. Drown has been
A ItAKK TRKAT IX STOKK
Thirty .Members of the Glee C'ltib In
Members of the Oregon National
(itiarrl .Must Hboot Koine
There was quite a crowd assem
bled nt the depot this morning to
meet the University of Oregon Glee
and Mandolin Club which arrived
thirty strong to meet their engage
ment at the Armory this evening.
Several of the boys are well known
nero, one of them Doyd Unrzlo lived
Here until a few years ago. One
tnlng that was notlcable was the
green cap which marked everv fresh
attended by (he most efficient medl-iman. According to tho markings
The latest goods to be carried in a first-class
jewelry store to be found in Roseburg. ' Call and see
them. The time is short. Prices always right.
W. E. CLING ENPEEL
A three handed fistic encounter
occurred In the vicinity of Smith's:
livory barn shortly after noon today,!
and as a result two men, namely
Greenfield and Snyder, languish In,
the city jail awaiting disposition at j
tho hands of the piopcr officials..
Snyder, who was assaulted with a
rock, sought relief from Dr. Hoover,
three stlchfs having been taken in
his scalp. From what can be learned
regarding tho affair it appears that
one of the men was uttering Insulting
PltOFKSSIONAL CAKDS. t
remarks In tho presence of several j probable that the parties now In Jail
women, much to the disgust of the wfn be arraigned before City Uecord
other participants, tiro result being , ,
that a general light ensued. It iJer to'"""" morning.
Tn order that, recruits nnd poor
marksmen In tho O retro n National
Ouard may become proficient in then K'rlef mricken husband she is stir-
en I skill obtainable. Upon several
occasions she was confined at Mercy
hospital, but to no avail, her case
was hopeless nnd tho end appeared
only n question of time. Aside from
handling of their rifles before the
opening of tho target season next
May, orders were Issued from head
quarters by Adjutant-General Kluxer
Saturday directing regimental com
manders nt once to take up courses
of Indoor instruction. Position and
filming drills and gallery prat ice
must bo held weekly from January
1 to April 30, so tho order provides.
In the past years much delay In
rlflo pnifiico has been caused by men
going out to nre who did not nud-T
vived by two sons, Hnri-v nnd Qutn
land, and one daughter, Gusslo. The
funeral was held at the family res
denco at Riddle this afternoon, Rev.
I taker, of tho Kplscopal church of
this city, official 111 g. Interment oc
curred at the Kiddle cemetery.
JtKAD TCSTAT K TKA XSl-KKH
Geo. W. Settle to Wallace Freyer
certain land containing In the neigh-
Btnnd tho mechanism of their rifles boi hood of 2K0 acres, all situated in
or the use of their sights. Mere after Douglas: county. Consideration
ninii who nre not Instructed In tin use
of their rifles will not ho permitted
to take up tho regular marksman's
H. P. ie!ly, who was ivcnlly nr
rested charged with the theft of f
rents from Giw (iustafason, appeared
beroro Justice ot tho Peace John
Long this morning and chained his
plea from not guilty to guilty. Ac
cordingly he was sentenced to serve
a tjnrm of ;t0 days In the county jail,
Keep Pounding Away
Evary blow struck by
good, mappy, convincing
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THE NEWS' OFFICE
J. M. Klllsim to C. S. Ilmiry. 1200
r.rrfH, .ill HlfHiilcd In DihikIhh county,
((inside nit Ion $10.
AIhti H. DuniliNMon and wlfo to W.
I'', (illlllim, fi'i'lnln Inild, nil Blllllf
IimI In DoukIhh (xuiity, conslduru
11. hi $110.
I'lAXOS AUK MOVING
Mimlr Hiihso niul Why
Nul? - .
tlun'e was a numliur of these flrnt yenr
mon on tno club about eight In
Tjm, ticketK on sale at Marsters'
HriiK Store have been KoiiiR like hot
inkes nnd all lndlrntlonx point to
ward a parked house. This Iniun In
terest Is partly due to the program's
promiso of a number of comical
stunts and (Irnnd Opera Iluriesque
ns well as tho standard soukb.
Professor I. M. Olen, for twelve
years director of the Cilee Club Is
with the boys. The Mandolin Club
has lots of snap this -year, the boys
claim, due. to their having a
well known Portland iruslclan, II. W.
Warren, as their trainer. Mr. Warren
Is with the club nnd will play with
them in tonight's performance.
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KodaKs and Kodak Supplies
are Suitable for Christmas
A kodak will cause your memory to remain green
with the recipient, as it will be a source of delight and
pleasure for years.
High grade pianos like the Push
and Lane and Victor going at prlcen
that, other dealers charge for cheap
er or medium grades. There are still
If it pi-inos to he sold before January
1st. A small payment down end a
Mimll payment each month takes your
clinfce and a Christmas present for
the whole family. Remember any
reasonable offer will be accepted, as
we unit business January 1st, and all
must bo sold.
RUHR'S MUSIC IIOUSK.
Th latest fad Is hainni"r?d brass,
used In connection with Pyrography;
ninkof an elegant present. We have
ihe material for working, nnd also
tho r -ady made pieces. U Is not ex
pensive at Graves Art Emporium, tf.
If you a'-e looking for uoort service
In the barber line call at the Maddlx
barber shop, Cass street. Roseburg
National I tank llhlg. Three chair
shop. Rath rooms In connection, tf.
FOR SALE. Ten-acre tract. It
room hoi.se, two miles from citv.
Price $1700. Well Improved. Ad
dress "Z" care of News olllce. d-23
C. ID. 2LAJ"y?AAlT
GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTOR
At Your Sfrvloe
RoscliurK. Oregon Phone 193
F. fi. Gliurcliil!
I THE IMPERIAL !
FOR RI'JNT. House, 7 rooms, near
town. Citv water. Rent verv rea
sonable. Call 124 W. Douglas
UOR SALIC 10 acres fine land, "Alt t
irouvS,.;r..! I A Temperance Saloon 1
barn 2UX.10; poultry, team and a t
WHK011 InrliKlcd. Only f2Ti00. Ail- i
dross N this onlcc. d31-SM-d!
A Sweet Remembrance for Christmas
Is a nice box of candy. Style and quality to suit
every taste; Get it at
Full line of Holiday postals. Come early.
Roseb u rg
Depot - Roseburg
South Side Cass St., Near
STAPLETON & PATTKHKOX, Prop.
OPEN AT ALL HOURS
VH, I.KSSOXS C
Amos W. llhsti'r. vloll'ilst nt
Star thraln. will accept pin.ila I.i.adinit nil. I Wst rectiinrnnt in the
lor violin. Ksic liil ailcnllon 10 j citv. Nans but white people employed
X M;!!!,m.'S'U' Ut S'"r Xmtt" ;!!'' Ih1 iu .be n,rket
' ' j served, tiive uo n IriiW and be eon
: ORDWAY & BOCART i
P R 0 P R I E T 0 R S
Has on disjilny for tho Holidays n
Choice selection of dishes, Including
band painted china, Japansrse nnd
i Chilli, dishes In beautiful designs, Al-
!!!It212tttttltIMtllttltttti?ti -'fttttttttttt;.sc tm- line of silk handkenhiefs,
In Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Cut Glass Silver
ware, Novelties, andSouvenir Spoons. f
In fact reliable pioods that stand the test
at the lowest price. New c'ods coming
'...- tlx. ..I.ll.l.v.n .....I u. ......
line Urass ware, t'nll and make your
XX elect Ion early. Trices way down ami
XX "lo Kootls nre the best to Ihi had.
111: Al Tll'l L VASKS
; .lACKKOX STltKKT
We don't sell for cost or below
cost bnt ve will sell rliht nt cost.
THE WATER FRONT
DRY GOODS STORE
Sheridan Street Near The Depot.
The Fair Will Have Special
Sales on Holiday Goods
Watch the windows for particulars. We will
have Doll Day, Toy Day, Picture clay, etc., etc.
25 Per Cent Reduction on These Sale Days.
Chauce on the big doll with every 50c
I A TIE Nil ON
If you don't believe it. try us nnd
ee. W" 1 1 h each dollar's worth o t
:oods purchased jou are entitled to
,1 chance on a bice set of silverware,
'iinvcd. forks, table and teiispoaijs.
ee them in the window. Come and
sec for yourself, don't be misled by
iiiv out for yen will miss it
D. J. JARVIS
I Flour has nearly doubled in price.
. We sell
at the same prices and it is the
best. Cookies, buns, cinnamon
rolls and doughnuts 10c Per
dozen. Pies 10c each. Our
cahes are the best.
J CA53 MKEET rE0NE35