The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920, August 26, 1912, Page 3, Image 3

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    It is Always
Best to Consult
a Doctor
but when you can't get him take
HEDAKURA ONE MINUTE CAPSULES
for neuralgia and headache. . They stop
the pain and give you a chance to do
better work.
25 Cents a Box a
KROHN'S
ON CASS STREET
Maccabee Temple
Playing the War Game Among
. Western Connecticut Hills
OURS IS WITH OUT QUESTION
The Best Bread on The Market It has that goodness about it which
is characteristic with bread made by the Oregon Bakery It's
"like mother used to make." It is sweet as a nut and pure as
spring water. We know you will stop baking during hot
weather after trying one loaf.
THE :-. OREGON :-: BAKERY
Phone 241 HECKP?KWAY 328 N. Jackson St.
J
Rich Wholesome Ice Cream
A couple of spoonfuls of our cream will convince
you of it's exceptional excellence.. Made from
puio cream and the very finest of fresh fruits.
The quality never lowered, Insiston home product
DOUGLAS COUNTY CREAMERY,
Roseburg - - - - Phone 340.
WE GUARANTEE ALL OUR WORK DONE WITH
THE VACUUM CLEANER
When we say GUARANTEE we mean Just what the word Implies. It
you are not satisfied there will be no charirs. We could not make this
assertion unless we were posltire of giving good service. When you
get ready to clean house let us do the worst part for you the
Meaning of your carpets. . It's eaBy for you and the price reasonable
ROSEBURG STEAM LAUNDRY
O. C. BAKER, Proprietor.
Office N. Jackson He Pt Jne 79.
f J. H. SYKES GUN STORE
Jackson street in building formerly occupied by
First National Bank.
Sporting Goods, Guns, Ammunitior and Fishing
Tackle.
Gun Repairing a Specialty
THE SEASON IS ON AT
Delightful Newport
On Yaquina Bay and the Pacific
Join the crowds whether you want rest and quiet or clean, wholesome,
lively fun. ' you will find either at Xewport. Wealth of natural scenery
Splendid fishing, boating and bathing. Delightful drives. Pretty trails
through the woods or along the beach. Abundance of sea food clams,
oysters, crabs; rock cod, groupers, ets. Plenty of fresh palatable vege
tables and table supplies. Inviting nooks for campers. Reasonable rites
in rooming houses, cottages and hotels. All modern conveniences.
Special Low Round Trip Season Fares
From Roseburg $8.75
Call on our agent for information relative to
train schedules, etc. Ask for illustrated litera
ture our special folder vacation ways
in 'tjKn."
JOBN M.
CO "sunset
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sal. 4KJmnmri
lXJDOE ltlKECrORT.
iIODERN WOODMEN OP AMERICA
Myrtle Camp No. 6334. meet!
every second and fourth Tuesday
ot every month In the Eagles'
hall. Traveling neighbors are cor
dially Invited to visit out camp.
Frank Clements, consul; K.
Stubbs, clerk.
WOODMKX OF THIS WORLD Oak
Camp, No. 126, meets at the Odd
Fellows' Hall In Koseourg, ever;
first and third Monday evenings
Visiting neighbors always wel
come. M. B. Germond, C. C; J.
A. Buchannn. rlerk.
L, O. T. AI, HoseDurg Hive. No. i
holds regular reviews on first
and third Wednesdays In the
Maccabee hall. Sisters of other
cordially Invited to attend our re
hives visiting In the city are
views. Olive Green, lady com.;
Jessie Rapp. R. K.
O. 1C. S Roseburg Chapter, No. 8,
holds their regular meeting on the
first and third Thursdays In each
month. Visiting members In good
standing are respectfully Invited
to attend. Mrs. Jessie Davis, W.
M.; Free Johnson, secretary.
Photos by American Press Association.
THE farmers of western Connecticut hove been calling tbe recent bented
term the "wardog days," for the hills and valleys of that beoutlrul
region have been the tbenter of hostilities between a force theo
retically advancing to tbe attack of New Vork city and a body of
troops Interposed In Its defense. Twenty thousand men of tbe New York,
New Jersey, Vermont, Massachusetts, Mnlne and Connecticut mllltla under
the command of army officers played the war game, wltb Guneral Tasker H.
Bliss, U. S. An as chief umpire The attacking army wus known as the
reds, and the defenders of New York were the blues, the men of each
command wearing their colors as hatbands. Automobiles, motorcycles, wire
less telegraphy and aeroplanes were utilized during the maneuvers, and of
course tbe Infantry, cavalry and fleid artillery were all represented. The two
photographs reproduced show a peneinl view of the camp of tbe Seventy-first
(New Yorki regiment and a mllltla motorcycle patrol.
SCOTT, Gen'l Passenger Agt Portland, Ore.
LOCAL NEWS.
Mrs. Al .Thornton returned to Dll
lard yesterday after a few days Bpent
In Roseburg.
Mrs. LaRaut, of Eugene, Is strand
ing a few days In Roseburg visiting
at the home of Mrs. L. A. Marstors.
Mr. Ackley, the Cass street tailor,
is making a number of Improvements
about the interior ot his shop.
George McClelland loft for Port
land Saturday night whore ho has
business matters needing his atten
tion. Rev. W. G. Miller occupied the pul
pit at the Baptist church yesterday
In the absence of Rev. W. H. Eaton,
the regular pastor.
J. H. Jupln and family left for
handon yesterday where they
Intend to locate permanently. Of
late, Mr. Jupln nas been employed
as teamster for the city.
Mrs. McKlnney, of Cottage Grove;
Mrs. Avery and Mrs. Goulden, of
Oakland, California, nnc sirs. Hamb-
lln, of Portland, who have been
spending the past few days visiting
at the home of their sister, Mrs. Bln-
ger Hermunn left for Oakland yes
terday. They expect to return here
about Tuesday.
In a somewhat amusing exhibition
of the national game played at Sutli
orlln yesterday afternoon, the North
Roseburg team met defeat by a
score of about 20 to G. So numerous
were the runs scored by the Suther
lln aggregation that the score keep
er abandoned his Job early In the
game.
NOTICE OF DISOLL'TIO.N
OF PARTNERSHIP
To whom It may concern: Notice
Ib hereby given that the partnership
hcretlfore existing between J. E.
Pelton and G. M. Hanan has by mu
tual consent this day been dissolved.
All bills owing by, and all accounts
payable to said firm, will be settled
by, and are payable to, G. M. Hanan.
Dated at Roseburg, Oregon thlB
23 day of August, 1912.
(Signed),
J. E. PELTON,
G. M. HANAN.
WANTED Responsible man and
wife to take charge of a ranch.
Good pay to right parties. Address
N Care of The News Office.
348sl
A PLACE WHERE YOU GET
GOOD THINGS TO EAT
We do catering. Try us next
time you have a luncheon
$ $ $ $
THE GRAND GRILL
Opposite Perkins Bldg.
WOMEN .OF WOOIMW&fT Lilac.
Circle, No. 49, meets on first and
third Monday evenings of each
month in the I. O. O. F. hall. Vis
iting members In xood standln
are Invited to attend. Mrs. Ethel
Eoston, Q. N.; Clara Cawlfield,
clerk.
I. O. O. F Phlletarian Lodge, No
8, meets In Odd Fellows Temple,
corner of JackBon and Cass street
on Saturday evening of each week
Members of tbe order In good
standing are Invited to attend. J.
R. Bailey, N. G.; M. M. Miller, R.
S.; L E. MUledge. F. s.
I. O. O. F. Rising Star Lodge No.
174, meets In Odd FoIIowb Temple
every Friday evening. Visiting
brethren always welcome. Ed S.
Cockelrease, N. G.; W. S. Powell,
R. S.; M. Fickle. F.
imOTHF.tIIOOI OP AMERICAN
ikujum ML Nebo Lodge No
1828, meets every second and
fourth Wednesday of eaeh montl
at the Eagles' hall. Visiting broth
ers and sisters welcome. E. B
Perrlne. F, M.J S. B. Krohn. Cor
ti. P. O. K Roseburg Lodge, No
326, holds regular communica
tions nt their temple on second
and fourth Thursdays of eacl
month. All members' requeBtec
to. attend roguinrly and all vlaltlnp
brothers nre cordially Invited t
attend. , Blnger Hermann, E. R.
A. F. A. M Laurel
Lodge, No. 13, holdi
regular meetings on tb
second and fourth Wed
ncsdays of each niontu
Sojourners Invited to attend. N
Rice, W. M.; R. II. C. Woods, Sec.
A
i O. E. Kosewurg Aene, No. 1497.
meetB second and fourth Mondayi
in their hall on Jackson street al
8 P. M. Ben North W. P.i B. F
Goodman, sec.
IMPROVED ORDER OF ItEOMKN
Umpqua Tribe No. 44, meets every
first and third Monday ot each
month at the Eagles' 'hall. Vlslt
Itlng chiefs welcome. J. W. Brown,
Sachem; K. M. Moars, C. of R.
MO.DEUN BROTHERHOOD O
AMERICA Meets In Maccabee
Temple every 4th Friday of each
month. O. L. Wright, President;
Emma McMullen Secretary.
DR. D. E. flXELfj,
Osteopathic Physician,
10-11 Marsters Bldg. 'Phone 119
Roseburg, Oregon.
DR. CiEO. K. HOCCK,
Physician and Burgeon. t
Office, Review Bldg.. Phono 11.
Rnsnhnrc Oreon
For
Sale
Sunlight
MR. FARMER DO YOU WANT ITT
Tho Hydro-Varbou Ltjthtlng Hyateni Is tit
:heait and best to tutaU ana burn.
See it in operation in Koseburg, and write
'or price and eutlmaiua.
by mi In tailed rom
$30.00 Up
Nat. Bishops Roseburg
Box 655 Ore.
8o.e Agent tor Douglas County
Herford Bulls
Some choice' 3'earlings
and two year olds, from
registered herd.
Apply Mont Alto Ranch,
Glide, Oregon
W
Is a Clean Cutter
bar r
fflAITipUM ot
- In compensating gcan and i
, luminal ilpvira are surraaiiul
Dain. The gears art to nvHintcd in relation
IO each other thai perfect bUnc and trua
mnh am DrrmanenUv trwured and the crank
haft h rcbewd of ail end thru, preventing
loot mooon. reducing draft and mukiplysn
cutting power. 1 hal why the Uata. Mower
'rum fcshth an cuta where othm faiL
1 h k the only mower vou can reatim, )Mf
aelf, right in the held with your vrrttsn. l"hi
practical adjustment lot maintaining the tuoef
bar in Ima with the pitrnan. meaoa added
cifoency and yean oi extm ctyko.
) A Real Vertical Lift
Nobcethe apade Handle on the level' Eaey
to paap, nq twMtintj. One inovement of one
levct niaea the bar. knife throws in and out of
grr autonuOicaUv bar b raiaed and bwered.
The. large-cud, finable eprinrj noata'the cutter
bar, doca pTadkeJly all the work in biting with
the foot at ooiDen and helps in raising the bar
Wticatty.
i Coosuk-the iMtfreet John Deere oWleri Urn'
all about thia greatest ef all Mower, and about
the entire line of Dain Hay Tools. Loaders. Side
.Delivery Scacker. Sweep KflJu IWon
-every one the beet of its kind.
Latin make the beat hay tools. They have,
been apetaakuig on ihem Jm over e,QueSat oi
accobiry.
ROSEBURG FEED
and FUEL CO.
RAILROAD SPUR N. ROSEBURG
P3
Fern Island Greenhouse
Mrs. F. D. Owen, Prop.
Roseburg, Ore. Phone 9F12
Cut Flowers, Potted riauts,
l'uno-iU lesi(ns, Wedding Ilo
(uC, etc. All kinds of
Plants for Veranda and Win
dow noxea and Bedding out.
j On Bale at
The
Rose Confectionery
ROSEBURG BOOK CO.
OFFICII OUTFITTERS
FOUNTAIN PFNS (
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HOLIOA Y GOODS
POST CARDS
PENNANTS .
ROSEBURG. OREGON
Roseburg Nursery Co.
UKOWKKg AM) IMI'OHTKHH OF
HIGH-CLASS NURSERY STOCK
The best that good care, skill and long exper
ience can prouduce. All stock on three-year
WHOLE ROOTS. All buds and scoins select
ed from best BEARING TREES. Get prices on
Our A pp If, I 'flirt I'hnrrj', Vftxch, IViuin and Nut Trt. Ornamental
KbailH Trnra, irat and Horry Vlnita, Kltiwnrlnr HlirutM and ltoaca
Roseburg Nursery Company
KITCHIN & BLACK, Proprietors