The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920, August 27, 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 Ij
the pain ' and give you a chance to do
better work
25 Cents a Box a
ON CASS STREET
Maccabee Temple
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 H1ICKAS?2S5WAY 328 N. Jackson St.
J
Rich Wholesome Ice Cream
A couple of spoonfuls of our cream will convince
you jf, it's exceptional excellence. Made from
pure cream and the very finest of fresh, fruits.
The quality never lowered. Insist on home product
DOUGLAS COUNTY CREAMERY,
Roseburg - - - - Phone 340.
WE GUARANTEE ALL OUR WORK DONE WITH
THE VACUUM CLEANER
When we Bay GUAKANTEK we mean Just what the word Implies. It
you are not satisfied there will he no charge. We could not make this
assertion unless we were posltlre of giving good Bervlce. When you
get roady to clean house let us do the worst part for you the
Meaning of your carpets. It's eisy for you and the price reasonable.
ROSEBURG STEAM LAUNDRY
O. C. BAKER, Proprietor.
Office N. Jackson Ht. Pts-.o ?S. '
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. I'retty trails
through the woods or along the beach. Abundance of sea food clams,
oysters, crabs; rock cod, groupers, etc. Plenty of fresh palatable vege
tables ami table supplies. Inviting nooks for campers. Reasonable ciW3
in rooming houses, cottages and hotels. All modorn conveniences.
Special Low Round Trip Season Fares
From Roseburg $8.75
Call on nnr agent for information relative to
train schedules, etc. Ask for illustrated litera
ture and our special folder "Vacation Dayd
in Oregon."
JOHN M. SCOTT, Gen'l Passenger Agt. Portland, Ore.
J V? I SUNSET I
I 1 00 DEN SHASTA I I
Motor boat Detroit, Which
Crossed the Atlantic Ocean
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IXJIXiK DIRBCTOK.
dODERN WOODMEN OP AMERICA
Myrtle Camp No. 6330, meeti
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; H.
Stubbs. clerk.
WOODMKN OF THE WORliII Oak
Camp, No. 125, meets at the Odd
Fellows' Hall in Koseount. ever;
first and third Monday evenings
Visiting neighbors alwavB wel
come. M. B. Germond, C. ,C; J.
A. Buchanan, clerk.
O. T. M. TtosttblirK Hive, No. 1
holds regular reviews on first
and third Wednesdays In the
Maccabee hall. Sisters of other
cordially Invited to attend our re
hlves visiting In the city are
views. Olive Green, lady com.;
.K?ks1b Ttnpi). R. K.
O. li. 8. Rosenurg Chapter, No. S.
holds their rogulnr meeting on the
first and third Thursdays lu each
mouth. Visiting memberB In good
standing are respectfully invited
to attend. Mrs. Jessie Oavts, W.
M.; Free Johnson, secretary.
WOMEN' .OF WHOIMIKAFT Ulat
Circlo, No. 49, meets on first and
third Himi.lay eenlugs of oacb
month In the I. O. O. F. hall. Vis
iting mi'iiihcra In xood standing
are Invited to attend. Mrs. Ethel
Easton, G. N.; Clara Cawlflcld,
clerk.
I. O. O. K. Phlletanan Lodge, No
S, meets lu Odd Fellows Templt
corner of JackBon and Cass Btreet
un Saturday evening of euch week
Members of the ordur In good
standing are invited to attend. J.
R. Bailey, N. G.; M. M. Miller, R.
8.; L E. Milledge. F. S.
I. O. O. V. UiHlng Star Lodge No.
174, meets lu Odd Fellows Temple
every Friday evening. Visiting
brethren always welcome. Ed 8.
Cockelrease, N. G.; W. S. Powell,
R. S.: M. Fickle. F. a.
IN a thirty-five foot motorboat, the Detroit Coptnin Thomas F. Day ot
New York city and his crew recently crossed the Atlnntlc from Now
York to Queenstown In twenty-four and a half days. Captain Day, who
la the editor of the Rudder, says that he has proved the feasibility of a
motorboat race across the ocean. The Detroit encountered terrlllc gales and
shipped a good deal of water, but ber captain says she was never in danger
from the weather. Other perils which the crew experienced were the taking
Ore of the gasoline in the engine room and the spoiling of the fresh wnter. The
little craft nursued Its way by water to St. Petersburg. The route taken was
the English channel and the North and lt:ilti- seas. The best day's run on
the transatlantic voyage was 1BU miles, the poorest tweuty-iwo miles. The
Illustrations show the boat as she floats and lu diyilui k
Soutli Deer Crock Items. I
Rev. J. N. McConnell prenched nt!
Fine Grove last Sunday. j
Mr. and Mrs. John Newman left
Monday for their return home In Hal
sey, after an extended visit of three j
months with their son Mr. E. C.
Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hammond
have gone to Bandon for a . three
weeks sojourn. ' v
Miss Jessie Pickens, of Roseburg,
visited at the home of her brother
Mr. Ollle Pickens last week.
Miss Pearl Pierce, spent two weeks
visiting with her cousin Miss Myrtle
Hatfield.
Mr. E. U Giles, and family re
turned to Roseburg last Monday after
several weeks' outing on Deer Creek.
Mr. John Whlf sell, returned Wed
nesday to his home In Calif., after
spending several months with his sis
ter Mrs. W. B. Melton.
Eber Wright, of Roseburg, spent
Sunday In our vicinity.
Mrs. Carl D. Shoemaker, of Rose
burg, waa the guest of J. M. Moore's
last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander leave
Tuesday for their home in Calif., af
ter spending several weeks on their
farm here.
Mrs. Ella Lough Is sending a few
days at Winchester visiting with rel
atives. Mr. Mlllage and family spent Sun
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ol
lle Pickens.
A party of young people from out
neighborhood attended the dance In
Roseburg last Saturday night. The
$100.00 REWARD.
I offer $100 (0 reward for
Information loading to the ar-
ret and conviction of the porty
or parties who broke into the
cold storage building sometime
during tho night of August 23rd
or tho morning of August 24th
and maliciously damaged the
let- making and refrigerating
machinery.
JOHN HUNTER.
,2sl. Roseburg Or.
Grange member's gave another elab
orate ball last Saturday evening. At
tweulvo o'clock refreshments were
served, then all departed for home,
expressing their glorious good time.
Dr. C. II. Bailey, wIsheB to an
nounce the sale of one of his Jersey
mlloh-cows, to pnrtys' In Edenbowor
U NO.
NOTICE OV
M.SOLl 1 ION
CP rAHTXEItSlllP
To whom it may concern: Notice
Is hereby given that the partnership
heretifore existing botween J. E.
Pelton and G. M. Hanan haB 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, O. M. Hanan
Dated at Roseburg, Oregon this
23 day of August, 1912. .
i (Signed),
J. E. PELTON,
s-:i G. M. HANAN
BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICA!
YEOMEN Mt. Nebo Lodge No
1828, meets every second am)
fourth Wednesday ot each montl
at the Eagles' hall. Visiting broth
era and Bisters welcome. E. B
Perrlne, F. M.j 8. B. Krohn. Cor
IJ. I. O. K RoBeburg Lodge, No
326, holds . regular communica
tions at their temple on second
and fourth Thursdays of each
month. All members requesioc
co attend regularly and all visiting
brothers are cordially Invited t
attend. Blngor Hermann. E. R.
A. F. a. m Laurel
Lodge, No. 13, holdt
regular meetings on tin
aocoud and fourth Wed
nesdays of each lnontn
Sojourners Invited to attend. N.
Rice. W. M.; R. H. C. Woods, Sec
. O. E. Rosouurg Aenc, No. 1497,
meets second and fourth Monday
in their hall on Jackson street al
8 P. M. Ben North W. P.; B. F.
Goodman, sec.
IMPROVED ORDER OF HEDMEX
Umpqua Tribe No. 44, meets every
first and third Monday of each
month at the Eagles' 'hall. Vlsit
Itlng chiefs welcome. J. W. Brown,
Sachem; K. M. Mcars, C. of R.
MODERN BROTHERHOOD Ol'
AMERICA Mcota in Maccabee
Temple every 4th Friday of each
month. G. L. Wright, President;
Emma McMullon Secretory.
ftt
ft
IHt. I). R. SNELL,
Osteopathic l'tiysiclnn.
10-11 Mnrstors Bldg. 'Phone 119
Roseburg, Oregon.
DR. OEO. K. IIOUCIC,
Physician and tturgoon.
Office, Review Bldg., Phone 31.
Roseburg. Oregon.
For
Sale
Sunlight
MR. FARMER DO YOU WANT IT?
The Hydro-Carbon I.lKtlng Hystem U the
iheaH-t nd bout lo Install ana buro.
Buo it lu ovemilou lu Kotieburg, nd write
'or p-tcva and vstliDAieH.
by emi tuitallwl rotn
$30.00 Up
Nat. Bishops Roseburg
Box 655
Ore.
Soe Ageut lor Douglas County
Hcrford Bulls
Some choice 3'earlings
and two year olds, from
registered herd.
Apply Mont Alto Ranch,
Glide, Oregon
DAIN
firs
mm
m
i
Is a Clean Cutter
ha axmenttlifig fn and cutter bar re
aligning device are Mtccratiul example of
tlte wonderful urrertivn gcniui ol Mr. Joiiv
Dun. 1 r gcata mn to mounted in relation
to ech otha that twffct baUncc nJ but
mnh wc MrmuMnUy iiMumt and lha omnk
hftireWwl of all end thru, pf everting
Im motion, reducing draft nd multiplying
cutting power, that why the Uud. ftttwar
run LtffiUy and cut when other (ad.
i It m the only mower you can realign, iur
iaeU, right in tho field with your wrench. Thie
EictKal adjiutmmt lor maintaining thd ctnW
r in law with the pitman, meant added
cihoency and year oi extra acrvko.
) A Real Vertical Lift ,
Notice the fpade handlo en the lever. Eaay
to gnup, no twiMing. One movement ol ona
leva mim the bar, knifa thrawa in and out ol
gear automatically a bar w raiaed and lowered.
The. Utge-coiL ttrnble prino floats'ma cutter
bar, doea practically all the work in lifting With
the foot at coram and belpa in laicing the bar
I Coneub-lhe nrlMl John Deers dealer, team'
' all about thia grealrat c4 all Mowaa, and about
the entire line of Uun Hay Took. Loaden, Side
Delivery Rakea, Stacken. Sweep Rakca, Pnmm
mxy one tha beat of k kmd.
g Uain makee the beat hay took They ham
been ipfaaltur oa ihcmioi over a quarter ol
"rossbirg feed
! and FUEL CO.
RAILROAD SPUR N. ROSEBURG
nnsa v
f Fern Island Greenhouse
Mrs. F. D. Owen, Prop.
Roseburg, Ore. Phone 9FI2
Cut Flower", PotUid Plant,
Funcrul Designs, Wedding Ilo
(uc(H, eui. All kind ol
riuntN for Vorauda and Win
dow IIoxui and Itnddlng out.
'I On BiiId at
The
Rose Confectionery
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.
ROSEBURG BOOK CO.
OFFICE OUTFITTERS
FOUNTAIN FENS
SCHOOL HOOKS
TYPEWRITERS
NEWS DEALERS
1IOLIDA Y GOODS
POST CARDS
PENNANTS
ROSEBURG. OREGON
Roseburg Nursery Co.
(iltOWKliS ANI1 IMI'OIITKItMOV
HIGH-CLASS NURSERY STOCK
The best that good care, skill and long exper
ience can proud uce. All stock on three-year
WHOLE ROOTS. All buds and scoins select
ed 1'rom best BEARING TREES. Get prices on
Our Aim!. Tear, Cherry, Ionch, I'tunn unit Sut Titm. rnntnmiiI
hhadnirwR, Uraiwinud itarry Vln.-g Kloworlnir Hhrutw and Itum
Roseburg Nursery Company
KITCHIN & BLACK, Proprietors