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About The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 30, 1909)
THE KVKNISO NEWS TIU'HSIIAY. HKfKMHKK SO, 1 1)011.
WE ARE READY TO BEGIN
, AT THE TOP OF THE NEXT PACE
IT 13 OUR AMBITION TO LE WE NO THU.B PRINTS nVR
TORN EDGES ON THIS NEW PAGE. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED:
THAT DURING THE COMING YEAR IT SHALL STILL BE OUR CON
STANT EFFORT TO PUT OUT ONLY THE BEST GOODS AND THUS
MERIT THE CONTINUED PATRON AGE OF OUR OLD CUSTOMERS
WHO HAVE BEEN LOYAL TO US D URING THE PAST YEAR, AND AS
MANY NEW ONES AS WOULD APPRECIATE TRADING AT A CLEAN,
SQUARE DEALING GROCERY BTO RE. START RIGHT BY GIVING US
PASTOR FORSAKES HIS FAMILY.
Loves a Pretty Girl More Than Wife
Sacramento, Cal., Dec. 29.-Minister
of the gospel, embezzler and
deserter of his wlfa and chil-.lren for
a fjirl 20 years old, Rev. Edward O.
Tiluurn, said to be unde- arrest at
Los Angeles. Is wanted at Linton.
Ind., to be tried on an Indictment
charging the embezzlement of $2i)i.
of church funds. A requisition ar
rived at Governor Gillett'a office this
Tllhurn wag said to hnve actively
1 ." "
WK OPERATE OUIt OWN DELIVERY
A Merry Christmas and Happy New
Year to Our Many Patrons.
' THE ROSE
We believe Folder's Golden Gate Coffee, gives mote comfort
and proper stimulant to old folks than pny otier drink.
People who have a knowledge of good Coffee won't drinit
We drink it ourselves and are always glad to recommend it to
Alton S. Frey
For Christmas Gifts
1 ounce LAZELL'S "PERFECTUS" Violet In elegant silk
lined box, S2.73.
2 ounce LAZELL'S VIOLET ELECT in handsome package
1 ounce LAZELL'S "PERPBTUS" In beautiful package $2.50
2 ounce "LAZELL'S" In silk lined box ijus.TB.
HUDNOT'S celebrated perfumes In odors Chrysls.
VIOLET EAN DE ESPAGNE, White Rose, HIeliatrope, all in
elegant packages 25c to $1.50.
HUDNOT'S and LAZELL'S Toilet Water 50c to $1.50.
PERFUMES all odors In fancy Japanese boxes 25c to 50c.
CHILDREN'S PERFUMES in all odors, attractive l.oxes 25c.
"" SELECT and fine assortment of military brushes liair.
brushes, mirrors, safety razors and manicure sets and single at
ROSEBURG PHARMACY, Inc.
Agent for Snell
Removes all impurities.
engaged In the raising of fjinils for a
new .:hurclt home for ti e Church of
Christ of Linton and to have secured
$1(100. In the alleged indldment
ho is accused of retaining 5.100. Aft
erward Tlllmrn Is said tn hnvo iilmn
donad his family and to have been
seen with Mary Smith at Bloimlng
ton. 111., subsequently in Chicago nnd
again in Portland, Oregon.
Recognized by a mall u.um-d Hull
at Pasadena, his arrest followed when
Hell communicated with the church
trustees. The girl was said to hnve
been with him at Pasadena. Officers
to take Tllbnrn back to Indiana are
looked for within a few d;".yc.
THE POIlrilY YARD..
Gather the eggs Beveral times a
Clean out the nest boxes and burn
the old ttruw.
Start right by gelling better hens;
end right by keeping them bettor.
A good grain mixture for winter
evening ioedlng is two-fourths whole
:oru, one fourth wheat and one-fourth
Increase the supply of corn In
the evening feeding as the weather
rcrowj cohler. Corn is an excellent
Ventilation that comes in every
where through the cracks is not ven
tilation nt all; It is c ld shivers up
and down the back and lots of dis
comfort. Don't lot it be that way In
your houses. , '
I never crowd too ninny Into one
house; six Equine feet of floor space
for each bird Is about right. I have
found double-board floors, up olf the
ground, the best. I keep plenty of
straw on the floors and throw the
grain in this so they must work to
Changeable weather this month Is
apt to develop colds. Keep a close
watch on the stock, and at once re
move nn nlllng bird from the flock.
.warm, dry coop or cage nnd a one
grain quinine pill ench night for
three nights In succession, will soon
bring the bird back to good health.
I kept close watch of my flock, and
the hens that began to lay first aftor
molting I put into separate pens.
From these pens I gathered my eggs
for hatching, and by so doing I have
wonderfully Improved the laying
qualities of my flock. This muting
has also been the meats of rearing
'jlrds with stronger constitutions
more hardy and vigorous.
In cold weather I feed oats and
bran mixed with milk or warm water.
I allow the mixture to stand over
night nnd feed in the morning. In the
afternoon I feed corn. I keep ground
bone in a box where the fowls can
have free access to It. Occasionally
I nlso supply oyster shell. The chill
is taken off the drinking water. The
floor of the coop Is bedded with
straw or other litter. I have pullots
Ihat were hatched In July that began
laying In January. One pullet In par
ticular began December 20th, and lu
Before scalding the chicken cut off
I the soft, downy feathers about tne
I tall. Separate all feathers in picking
and nllow them to dry. Mpk5 the
' amount of lime water required to Im
merse the feathers by decanting the
mlyture from a pound of quick lime
to a gallon of water, stir tne tentn
ers well In this for two or three days.
Then skim nnd lift them out upon a
sieve for draining. Rinse in hot water,-
and nllow to dry. Spread on the
floor in a warm room with mosquito
netting covering. Once a day tap the
cover with n stick so the air Is chang
ed. The dried ones will flutter, nnd
can be collected after a few days.
Fiom the January Farm Journal.
NO l'UXI) FOR nURIlAXlf.
Trustees Are Said to Have
San Francisco. Dec. 30 Commer
cialism, alleged tohave been display
ed bv Luthlir Burbnnk in his expert-'
meflts. was given tolnv as the reason
for the reported witl'drawav of the
Carnegie institute's financial support
or the plant wizard. Word was re
ceived hfre yesterday that the triii
teosof the Institute, who recently
met In NewNYork. had decided to cut
nurbnnk off from its benefactions,
charging that his creations were be
'ng exploited fcr ' l-nierclal pur
poses. It was nnn- 'A recently that
Herbert. Law and his brofher, Hart
'and Lll'.v, hart formed a corporation
to handle Burlnnk's products, and it
was reported that tills was tho nrg"
mcnt used ngblnst the coetinunnce nf
the $10,000 annuity whicii tne insti
tute had awarded Bnrbank.
At his Santa Rosa ranch nurbnnk
leclered he had heard nothing what
ever nf the matter, and added that he
nd been Wormed that Carnegie's
support would be continued.
THE HE W.IXO STHKXGTir
OF MINERAL WATE"
III Cases of lyspr-w. TthetiinntiHiu,
Gout nnd NYr-v it-akdown,
Is iM:u vrlt us
Upon recent iv.'ps'lgalion by emln
etn physicians, :h Mists and scien
tists it has wi ' mionstrated that
natural, earth f: 'vng mineral waters
are the most bouulirinl means for the
cine of organic maladies.
PaHo Rubles Hot Springs are at
this time tho point of interest to most
Investigators, as rectne occurences
have attracted tho attention of the
thinking world to these springs
. One of their chief points of Inter
est to medical men Is said to be that
which proves that a pre-eminent ac
tion rests In the waters which flow
from tho earth at Paso Robles, Cal
ifornia. Paso Robles Hot Springs aro mak
ing cures daily of rheumatism, gout,
stomach trouble, neurotic, diseases,
kidney trouble, and gnneral break
down, which proves almost beyond
question to medical men that then-
Is sonio quality in theso waters su
nerior to any In this country and
probably In the world.
It Is also claimed for Paso Rohlv
that the air condit-rons are perfect. H
lies In a small valley protected by
mountain ranges; Is 720 feet above
sea level and Is not assailed by too
much sna moisture or an abnormal
temperaturo from the hot land winds.
This air condition is thought by
some to have1 almost as murh to do
with its cures as the waters them
selves. Thfl town like all health resorts,
Is filled with boarding houses of all
kinds, so that every purse will be
pleased. There are hotels for the
rich, whero any luxury may be had.
Private baths for exclusive patrons
who wish to be to themselves.
These springs have boon known
for centuries, for they wero used by
tho Indian to euro his sick and latei
the Franciscan fatherfl performed
wonderful cures bore, but it Is only
recently that tho really marvelous
powers of these waters were made
known to the world at large.
Nearly evf ry form or organic trou
ble la treated at these hot springs
for the authorities welcome nil ex
cept those who have tuberculosis or
unclean diseases. For the man who
suffers from overeating or from alco
holic excesses there is nothing in the
world to equal a week spent at Paso
Rubles. !t straightens him out with
a rapidity that l wonderful, and the
best recommendation Is that they do
away with the nerve-craving for stim
ulants because of their peculiar
soothing effects upon the nervous
Truly speaking the study of Paso
Robles Hot Springs is one which is
giving the medical fraternity abroad j
nnd at home much interest, ana is
probably directing more attention
to California thun any other of her
natural gifts to man.
A small book, neatly illustratod,
has been recently published by the
management telling the story of the
Hot Springs In a most interesting
manner and giving complete Infor
mation. Send for it, either to Win.
Jlc.Murrny, General Pnsenger Agent
of the O. R. & N., Portland, Oregon,
or Dr. F. W. Sawyer, manager, Paso
Robles, California. tf.
Have you discovered whether the
pole has really been found or not?
TO KENT Two housekeeping rooms
Inquire nt 603 Mill street. tf.
FOR RENT Store room on Jackson
stroet. Inquire Mrs. H. Easton. tf
VO R "SAL ETh roe "choice ioiti on
North Jackson street, set to fruit.
Inquire at this office. d-awtf
TO RENT. A very desirable seven
rocm house. Inquire at No. 345
LOST. A fountain pen was lost to
day, Monday, Decomber 20, on
Sheridan street. Finder will please
leave at Tho News oiflce. d-tf.
FOR SALE 10 acres fine land,
mile from town; 2 acres orchnrd;
all under cultivation; smnll house;
barn 20x3P; poultry, team and a'
wagon included. Only $2500. Ad
dress N., this office. d.11-sw-d
11. E. STEEL,
Legal advice free. Collections
Room 1, Marsters Bldg.
DR. J. I. CALLOWAY
Chronic diseases a specialty.
C- Graduate of the American p
i'f School of Osteopathy Kirksville,
Mo. Under-founder of science &
Dr. A. T. SHU.
Office Abraham Bldg. ft
Phone 1691 Roseburg, Ore
A. S. HTJEY,
First Door East Telephone office
of the New Year
wo wish to tnke time to extend to
all our friends -and customers, who
hn-e helped to make the closing year
the largest business year we have
ever enjoyed, a Happy and Prospe
rous New Year.
A. S. HUEY
the Jeweler on Cass St.
1 our Slero will H"e nt
Roseb u rg
South Side Cass St, Near
8TAPLKTON & PATTKKSON, Trope.
OPEN AT ALL HOURS
Leading and best restaurant fn the
city. None but white people employed
Nothing bnt the best in the market
terved. Give as trial and be cod
Red Tag' Clean
At the Roseburg Book Store
The Ideal Gift Store
GREAT CLEARANCE SALE
Our large stock of useful articles must be reduced
by January ist. to make room for new goods. Every
thing marked wijtli a red tag at greatly reducod prices
ENCYCLOPEDIA $1.81 PER VOL.
Werner's Enoclopcdla, 12 vols., full
leather binding;, regular $2. CO per
vulumne, red tug sale only $1.31
I.OKI) 1ATTO.VS WORKS
Lord Lytton's Works, 5 vols., cloth
binding; regulnr OOo per vol., red tng
sale only 25c
Wm. M. Thaekory's Works, 10 vols ,
cloth binding, regular $1 per vol.,
red tng salo. only 37 We
New Census Edition, full lenther
binding, 5 indies thick, 1574 paces;
regularly sells at $8, red tag sale
JOHN KI'SlilN'S WORKS.
John Ruskln's Works, 5 vols., cloth
binding; regular OOu nerSrol.; red tng
sale only ...j. 25c
MILITARY I1RUS1I SETS
Regular $1.00 Military Set, red tag
sale only DNr
Resuinr $2.00 Military Set, red tag
sale only $1.25
There will be no let up to the aggressiveness
of this store. Sale begins Tuesday, Dec. 28th. and
continues until Saturday night, Jan. 1.
ROSEBURG BOOK STORE
Near the Depot
Should be in every
FULLERTON & RICHARDSON,
We Will close All Day
We desire to thank you for your liberal
Patronage during the year just closing.
Our aim during the New Year will bo to
supply all purchasers with the best
goods for the least money.
Wishing you all a Happy and Prosperous
Roseburg Rochdale Company
Toilet sets Beautiful Craft
Wood, Mirror, Brush, Comb
Regular $3.00 BOt, red tag sale
Regular $r.00 Sot, red tng sale
only ... $il.30
Regular $6.00 But, red tag Bale
Regular $7.00 Sot, red tag sale
25c doll, red tng Salo
Regular $1.00 doll,
Hogulnr 65c doll, red tng Bale
Regulnr $1.75 and $2.00 dolls, red
tng sulu only DSc
Regular 75o dolls, red tag ualo
Regulur $3.00 doll, red tag nalo ,
Regulnr $3.00 Military Set, rod tag
sulu only $1.50
Street Telephone 451