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About The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 27, 1909)
TIIK KVKXINfl NEWS MOXDAV, DEC KMIIKII 27. 1 Win.
L. (I. Hicks, of Sutherlln, was a
visitor Ik Die city yesterday.
John H. Cliapmun and wife spent
ChrlHtmuf at the home of iolati vr at
M I kb Edith Ilrown l.'ft for EnMiie
Sunday where hIm.- will enjoy Ihe holi
days with friends.
Harry )'! Nhimin arrival hrt from
f. B. Warner, of Yoncalln, regis
tered at tha McClallan h'jtol yestur
day. Horace Hagan, of Myrtle Creek,
ui'iil Ciirlstm.is in the city visiting
F. vVauhHii, of Myrtle Creek,
MM'iit Saturday in the city, u guest
of friends. '
ii. H. Perkins, of Portland, is the
Portland thl'i morning to spetnet n le v KWnt of ntf, brother-Jn-luw, Mr.
days attending hm;lre mutton;. J ci;iI-t, iho onotouniwher.
I .. . ii.
night for I' i
Ig)r left Saturday C.
u jtorn she will N'oup.irel
Mijoy a v! I1. v. iiui- brother, Fred
and fa nil' .
Mr. nj'd M , Marge,, the foriM
msiniiner of the New Yil: Horn. r
tinned from Portland Miis Morning 7 o'Hurk
where tr.'V spent aiiius.
George Hoover, of Porlland, v
tinned home lnut evening niter ripi-nd-Jng
Chri.-" 11 -as: at 1 tie home of I: in
brother, Dr. JO. V. Hoover iu this
arker, editor of the Drain
Hpenl yeslerdHv In the city
Ir rcnlsterul at (he McClallun hotel.
The revival services at the United
Brethren church continue with much
interest. Bervleeu every evening at
M. .1. Hnerry, formerly a barber in
this city, acfoinpanb d by Mrs. Hperry
Is In the city visiting at the liomo of
ur, (ieo. H. tloiick was called to
Drain Sunday (o attend the 5 year old
un ,.t I . )i-Lf!.r II U'lll liei-OKKIirV
Mr. oiw Mrs fJhnrW-s lini-HeM, of , jrjnK (h(, (hl(, to ,,)ltl (.ty fnr an
' ' ,"" " u t , i i operation at. the -Mercy hospital
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IiftfM t-pelMlhif.' ;t low il;t's vh-lMni; lit
the lioim; nl Mr. a:iu Mis. .1. (jii-i,
in this cliy.
Am'Hl;' l!ic !lirlHlnniH pn'H-'lilK be
lilh" (llnlrlliul''(l Sa'lii (lny wiiH"a hunil-
Hitnn Irjiy, Dm crmvillnx'nlH of (hu vi ' I rl Krldri
Hondljurii hiuwuiK Ac I ci r.oinpmiy .
Olio wan li'fl. lit f 1 1 f News office, for
wlilch tho niantiK'imnt of the above
wnipjiny Iiuh our tliankH,
Is a beauty.
Ciiiinly Clerk Udwnnl Ijonox linK
roc.'lvcd orilfilal nnllcn V. tho ofl'oi:t
h;it road dlnlrlct. No.. i6, oil intod at
'ho hoad nl Cow :rool(, lovlod a 10
mill lax at Hh siiecial rrad fl:tion
ChailoH Woliaciitt. and who, who
!lHV( 1)0)11 Bpi'lldlMK tlio iiast two
wookif at tho homo of tho fonnor's
Tho nlft iiniorila, Mr. and Mm. (i. V. VVona-
ooll, roturni'd to thoir nomo at rort-
I. VV. Wnidih) Riifforod Iho Ions of land ymloivlay I
his hoimo hy flrn Worlnosday afti r- A vary ii'ilot. woddlr.i; pcourrcd at
noon. In Ik'htlim tho flrn tho maloh tho homo of Mm. Carrlo llaynou, on.
hhoko nnd tho head lodged In a cur- North Komi Htroot. at S: in o'olook I
lain. Not nollcliiK It, hn Htruok an- Hiitiinlay ovoninu, wnon nor aaiiKiuor
othor, and aflor Blartlim tho riro MIhb Vera, waB united In marrlano to
wont oat.' In a fow inoinontH tho hillan .losophhon, Hov. .1. 10. Hnrk-
wholo room waa ahlazo, und In a hurt, paiitor of Iho First I'roshyte-
nhort tlmo li Ik homo waB In aHhoB. rlun rlmrch ofllclaflnK. Tho cero-
wlt.li praolloally everything loat. mony wa wltnBod hy a fow lull-;
Myrtlo Crook Mall. I unite friends and relatives of the con- j
Olllo MoAlllster,. omployod by Iho trnotlnn pinlles Mr. and Mrs .lo
Soutlieni Puolllc ooinpanv, and Miss sopliHon loft on t.io northbound train ,
Km In M. Alnrtln, of (Irnnts Pass, wore '"I" Salurday ovonlni? for Port and
married at Iho homo, of Walter Hln- where hoy will spend aliout ton days.
Klolon, in Ihls oily saortly aflor I) On thoir return they will ho at homo
,,'olo. k h.Ht ovnitlnn. Ilelv. .1. K. Ilurk-, ' "'" "" "'m . t-
hart, imlor of Iho l.'lrst Pro.l.yto-1 , this vl. lnlty. ho hrldo i
rlnu o iuroh olflelall.m. Tho happy Kalurday evonlnK s wed, ok Is one f
couple will make fnolr future, homo Howl.iirj! 's nu.s Km. Ished a, ,?! -I,i
I osolmrK whore they havo a host I7? ;;"J ' '1r e"te " , " '
of friends who wish thorn a Ions and vlt-lijliy. t he Kroo,n Is a son of Mrs
nroHiiorouH futuro .l'-l'"""'l ""'I ls recognized as
jiiofliiorous rutiiio. liio n( ,!,,.,,. iim(1llK )llBos
wuoe iiiiiyniK tin. -""ion. Tho News Joins tllelr many
thortly nfter noon yesler.lay.. , rrton.lH In wishing them a happy and
tie soil nl Mr and Mrs V. B. Ilarkor, r(,ml,H ,,..
of Oak Creek, roce vod a aovoro In- j ;i1,h r MoQuald. who runs lio-
Jury to hln hand. It foeiiiB that In. t M,8 c,u n,)(, P,)rM.in(I the
little follow was In tho art of llltliiB ,.,,.,.,, .;l,.rio, recelviul painful I11
tho Kun to li B HliouKlor when t .. 1-, , ,(,B j ,.rr arriving hero S:it
donly oxiilodod, ho coutenls Ink im .(,,1V (.vni!, H 1Mlears that the
effect III tho hack of Iho ham . ,inlm.Uinili0 ,,, wm eloaalliK about
Hoover dioshodlho Injury mi l tlio lit- ))p el)) (if hft ,nl()lV0. whon lh(.
tie boy Ib now imiirovliiK as font aa IHlnk,,,1 nlK whlrh h w., us,1! i,.
could bo cxpoolod. I came llinlled. Peforo ho could rea-
Rh.'l'lff Kenton prop'ses C at lioya zo .(. lu,i occurred tho back of
under tho aire of li 1 year bball re-' i,ih i..f t bund was naiufullv burned.
'rain from frequenting P ol und Ml- ij,n arriving hero he apnlled lo Dr. j
Hind halls, and to accon.pll 0 bucIi ,; y. Hoover for relief Tbeailend-
nil end baa notified a number of lo- M11? iiVchin says that Iho patient 1
cal pool room opornlorrt o keep with-' v. recover tho uso of the member I
In Iho law. In one Instance. -II It wliiiln a Bhort time, notwithstanding
f ild, Kenton vislled the resort and n,o fud Hint the Inlnries aro serious.
found two yoiingsteiB busily ,-u;if;';d( j, ,ln,i MrHi ' Thomp'on. well
In pbiylng a friendly gaie lie 10-' ,m)W11 unii highly ros.tctd residents j
lioiiod this fact, to iho district atior- r IMi ,. V, eelob-at. d .lulr twenty-!
ue-- and devolopinenlB are expected. firm aunlvo.Hiiry at thoir beautiful'
City Cluing, broil er of III Young, I home on South Mil! sheet Saturday
ho seloHllal who condiicls the Oronon ' evening. About twouty-fivi. friends I
rosliinranl, iasi,od away at Iho "rihlan ' and old ll'ii - a cinainvM cos wore 1
house," on Douglas street, snoriiy present. 1110 spiu'ioiis onri 1
aftor 2 o'clock Salurday iiflernoon, ! riKims were tastefully decoraled for
di'iilll resulting from (ho dreaded con- : Iho occnslop. inlslloloe, orange, grape
Biimpllon The deceased was TiS years and ferns being used In prolusion,
of ngo and had resided In Itoseburg Hung directly 'ver tho dining tables
for several yours. During his early was a largo v eddlng bell of while of
roaldeneo lu'ro hf' was employed by 1 feel, sddlm; niui Ii 11 ib- altiaotlvo
hls brother In Iho restaurant, but of nes.i if th.. m ii nes, music und
lalo had been confined at home. Tho I socbi! converse foriri! tlio chief en
funeral will bo held tomorrow iifti '-; toi'ia:.ini''nt of i'io evening, fullowod
noon at 2 o'clock, Inlorniont ocourr- by a tioiritonus spieail prept M by
lug at Iho 1. O. O. V cemetery. Mrs. Thompson. Ill the guessing game
On account of failing lo pay thai Mrs. Thompson won the prize. Mr.
ASBOSsnient levbut ngiilnst their piop-and lri Thoipo.iei wore tho rcoip
eiiy by Iho oily, Marshal lliil'fii'an j louts of many useful nnd costly gifts,
bought In the following described 1 evidencing In a measure Iho high os
promlses Friday. Iho deeds having , loom in which tin y nro held by their
been roc. rdod with 'ho county clei k ' niaiiy friends In this vlol"My Since
111 duo form The W '4 of lot S. block j their ninrrl .go twenly-rivo yours ago
I;l. properly of F. Yv, r.'.r-oll, hoii'llio couple liavo rosiueii nero aimosi
J'ja.fill. I'j'4 of lot 7. blrck , proii'
orlv of .lames II lingers, lien I7
lot. 12 and iho S. 10 fool of lot 1 I
block NO., property of Flniu nose
ronlltinonsly. Their dat'.-hlor, Mrs.
O. It. (liiruer. of Ashland, wub proB
I out at tlio celebration.
Mi-H Thompson wns assisted in en-
llon $S, lot 11. block 21. in'operty of lortalnlng by Mrs. A. N. lioso and
Kll'.alelh Williams, lien $20. SO
ilaughlor, Miss Vim, lo
CLOTHES OF QUALITY AWAIT
The straightest and sur
est road to good Clothes
the best Clothesbrings
If you frequent any of tho "by
paths" you'll bo apt to lose your
self in tho tutiKlo of misleading
Whatever we do ia well done
whatever we buy ia well chosen
quality ia tho object and perfect
t'lothea satisfaction and eireet.
There are many other places to
buy Clothes, to bo sure but you'll
find that the beat ia always hero.
These t'lothea are made for us
by tho Stein lilock Co. and l'avid
Adler, two of tho greatest Tailor
organizations in the world. Kvery
Suit we sell ia sold with nn nb
aoluto guarantee of Satisfaction
or your M mey refunded or a new
(Hit in return.
3! J" Remember quality is the true
V V test of cheapness. By our good
... Clothes yon shall know us.
j .wii tfetp t ,8,1
THE STORE THAT SERVS YOU BEST
SATISFACTI0K OR YOUR MONEY BACH
Prices that will talK. Merchandise of best quality that you cannot buy elsewhere at the lowest
prices. LooK to your wants and let us help you to effect a saving of not only a few cents
but a saving of dollars throughout the store. Buy now an get the benefit.
men s wresses
Women's wool droascs just a bargain jn this clas of merchandise that you cannot duplicate to make
such a clean up, special
ANY WOMAN'S SUIT IN THE HOUSE v
To make a quick cleau up of every suit in the house
buy Any one; there are a few left. You
cannot nor will not ba ablo to get v
such a bargain again. Suit
values that would eas
ily bring $20. to $35
5c White HandKerchiefs 2c
Extra good quality white
handkerchiefs, just the kiud that
cost you 5c. Buy all' you want,
sold here, special
85c BlacR Taffeta Silk 50c
Fine j.rrade black taffeta in
19 inch wide, beautiful lustre
and excellent quality,
Women's 25c B arson Hose 19c
Women's Burson -stockings,
they are absolutely 'seamless,
75c Women's Union Suits 39c
Women's gray cotton
union suits, in 5 and 6 sizes,
special cleaning up. Do not
over look these values .,
7000 Yards Calico 5c
The best calico that is made.
Do not be deceived, they usually
sell for 7c and 8c elsewhere. Buy
all you want
10c Toilet paper 5c
Extra large roll fine grade tis
sue. You always pay loc for, or 3
for 25c. Buy all you waut. Board
ing houses look to your wants
27c Unbleached Sheeting 20c
Unbleaclietl sheeting 10-4
wide, Pepptnl brand, comes
reinnaut lengths 2 1-2 yds. wide
extra heavy grade,special clearing.
10c Outing Flannel 5c
New pink and blue stripe ef
fects, an excellent grade at the
$3.98 Net, Waists $2.19
White and colored net waists in
sizes. You cannot dupli
cate these. Silk lined,
beautiful waist at the very
12 l-2c Bleached Muslin 9c.
Hope Brand Muslin. You all
know it. Made by the Lonsdale
Bloachery, sells everywhere for
12 i-2c, io yards to customer..
Agents R. G. corsets - - McCall Patterns - - Oneta Underwear
Free delivery to any part of the City Phone Main 2541 -
NEW YORK STORE THE NEW YORK STORE THE NEW YORK STORE THE NEW YORK STORE !
Douglas County Creamery Hutter
the best on tho niarkot a home
product. 85 cents a roll. Pntronlzo
home Industry and Ret the best. tf.
Kor Mon. There Is no beter shoe
mnde than tho celebrated "J. K.
TUt," which iH to bo found nt the
Mllliktn Shoe- Store. Ami for heavy
weiir there Is nothing equal to the
'United Workmnn Shoe." dt-f.
Tho biggest amt best crorkery store
In Southern Oregon. Everything that
is mado In crockery, glassware, ami
China, wo hnve tt. From the plainest
to best hanil-paintoil. Many beautiful
pieces of Mbby cut glns3 suitable for
presents. Rice & Itico, the house
Last Friday evening Oakland
Chapter, OtoVr of tho Eastern Star;
"lected and Installed the following of-1
ficers: Emily, levore. worthy ma-'
tron; V. E. Vernon, worthy patron
ora M, Vorr.on, nssoclate mat run :
C. L. Chenoweth. secretary; Mrs. V.
A. Coppnrd. treasurer; Sara I. le:ir-j
wood. a,'()clate conductress: Louise
KniBO, Adah; Mrs. C L. Chenoweth.
!lmh; Mrs. Frank Gorrell. Esther;
Mrs. Or. Page. Martha; Mrs. J. J.
Ferher. Electa; Emily Young, war
der; Hon. Carl Eelverts. sentinel;
Mrs. Or. R. E. Hunt, organist. Oak
Drain Nonpareil Takes Whack nt.
The Cottage Grove reader should
understand that the editor of this
laper is not a "knocker." The
trouble has been that he is always
ahead of the majority In everything
that relates to public matters. His
objection to the Nesmlth county bus
iness arises from a belief that a
great wrong Is being perpetrated on
the people of Douglas county by the
absorption of a portion of. its terri
tory Into a new county by some cit
izens of another county for an unne
cessary purpose. We believe in a
division of counties within counties,
just as we believe In a division of
states within states, and the move Is
about on par with the proposed move
to take In a portion of Oregon to
form the state of Siskiyou by the V'O
ple of northern California which the
Leader has laughed at in its own
Columns. The ballot title for Nes
mlth county as promulgated by the
secretary of -stat which was sug
gested to the secretary by the commute-
from Cottaee Grove, speaks of
"adjusting th? finances between the
three counties." Does the Leader
contemplate that after absorbing our
territory to make a raid upon our
treasury to help them along? Verily,
the absorption is something like hold
ing up a man. and when the robber
has taken what he car find, asks for
a further "div or ho will blow
your head off.
Portland Journal Interviews Dr.
BUY a Christmns present; com
plete course fn Steam Engineering
from Innternntlonal Correspondence
Qfhnnla frt. nnlA 1, .'. ,i .i .
T.; News office. d-swtf
If you are looking for good service r
In the bnrber line call at the Maddtx
barber shop, Cass street, Roseburg
National Bank Bldg. Three chair
shop. Bath rooms In connection, tf.
Oregon physicians are attempting
to learn tne real nature of a myster
ious disease among Infants which
they havo been contending with. In
flammation of and vomiting from the
digestive tract Is followed by tem
porary, total or partial paralysis, fi
nally leaving the child with one limb
drawn up and shortened.
Dr. Robert C. Yenny. state hea'th
officer, was called upon to give at
tention to 15 cases of the disease at
Roseburg some time ago. If it Is the
same ns has affected children In Ber
lin and has since been appearing
In a form more or less epidemic In
other sections. It will be called an
terior noliomylltls. To say that all
cases of this kind are ascribable to
the mysterious disease, local special
ists say, is guess work. Few cases
have been reported In Portland, none
at the hospitals. .
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DIf.V W'K" 1TIII.MI nvimiin T
U.-S. Weather Bureau, local office,
Roseburg. Oresron, 24 hours ending
5 a m., Dec. 27. liin.:
Precipitation In inches and hun
dredths: Maximum temperature 3fi
Minimum temperature 32
Total precip. since first of month 1 2"62
"oars .... 6 ,4
Avr. precip. fcr this month for 32
Total precip, from Sep. 1. 1509 to
data 1 fi 1 1
Avg. precip. fnn Sep. 1.1877 1 3 1
Total excess from Sop. lr 1909 2 92
Avg. precip. from Sep. 1, 1877 12 31
seasons (Sep. to May. inc. ) S3 00
1 ' i Ohseiver.