The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920, September 09, 1912, Page 3, Image 3

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LIVE OIL
Has long been used for the table and for
the making of fine dressings, but its use
as a food and as a health help is rapidly
growing. Physicians realize the won
derful nourishing effects ot Olive Oil
and its value as a food tonic. We can
supply you with the best Virgin Olive Oil
The Angelina Brand
We guarantee this oil to be absolutely pure in every
particular. It is expressed from olives of the right
degree of ripeceiE. It is a smooth oil with a bland
and pleasant taste. For whatever use you want
olive oil, you will find this oil meets your reguire
ments; is a dressing as a condiment as a food
or a medicine, this oil will satisfy you. In sealed cans
65 cents the pint at
Krohn's Drug Store
Maccabee Temple Cass Street
Welcoming American Victors
Home From Olympic Games
Rich Wholesome Ice -Cream
A couple of spoonfuls of our cream will convince
you of it's exceptional excellence. Made from
puic 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 GUARAN'TEK we mean Just what the word Implies. If
you are not satisfied there will he do charge. We could not make this
assertion unless we were posltlTo of giving good service. When you
get roady to clean house let us do the worst part for you the
'leaning of your carpets. It's e&sy for you and the price reasonable.
ROSEBURG STEAM LAUNDRY
O. C. HAKEIt, Proprietor.
Ofllce JT. JarKMin Plane 79.
J. H. SYKES GUN STORE
Jackson street in building formerly occupied by
Firsi National Bank.
Sporting Goods, Guns, Ammunitior and Fishing
Tackle.
Gun Repairing a Specialty
Let er Buck!"
ROUND-UP
Pendleton, Oregon
September 26 to 28, inc.
ltetluct'd fnrca from all points on Southern TaciTfc Mm
in Orvffun will be iilnccd on alo Sept, '21, 25, 211, 1012
From Roseburg $17.10 Round trip
From all other points correspondingly low rates
will prevail as follows:
One and one-third Fare Round trip
For full information relatives to fares, train sched
ules, etc., call on nearest agent of
Southern Pacific 1
JOHN M. SCOTT
General Passenger Agent
PORTLAND, OREGON
IVtl sunset tm
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Photo by American Press Association.
FRIENDS and admirers of the American victors In the Olympic game.;
recently bad an opportunity of viewing and encoring their heroes as
Rem bled In procession In the streets of New York. The athletes rode
In automobiles, two and three In a car, and each car bore In large
letters the names of its occupants, bo that the crowd might cheer and know
whom It was cheering a piece of tboughtfulnoHs on the part of the manage
ment which was probably not appreciated by thousands of young Americana
who knew the faces of the winners by heart Of course the mayor reviewed
the parade (the Illustration shows him shaking hands with James Thorpe, the
Indian who carried off the prize for all round athletic prowess), and tens of
thousands of grownups watched Its progress down the city's great show thor
oughfare, but the spectators to whom it meant most were the schoolboys,
lined up by schools along the curb, who on that occasion saw more of their
Ideals In the flesh than they ever hod seen before or are likely to ace again.
LOCAL news.
H. B. rancher, )f a local garage,
went to Leon a this morning to repair
an automobile.
Paper of final settlement were
filed today In the estate of Lydla S.
Adams, deceased.
F. K. Alley has returned from
Salem where he spent last week at
tending the State Fair.
Von Casey left for Eugene this af
ternoon to upend a few days attend
ing the district fair.
Zopher Agee, traveling salesman
for the Pacific Printing & Station
ary Company, of Portland, who has
been spending the past few weeks
with relatives In this vicinity resum
ed his duties this morning.
Luther Page, who has been Bpend
Ing the past few days at Tillamook
returned here this morning.
Your Watch
Needs
Cleaning
No matter how good It is, and
how carefully used, your watch
needs cleaning once every eigh
teen months.
This ensures good service and
prevents wear. Let us clean It
for you.
Our workmen are experts.
A. S. Huey Co.
CASS STW'KT.
At The Street Clock On
liODGE DIRECTORY.
dODERN WOODMEN OP AMERICA
Myrtle Camp No. 6330, meets
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; R.
Stubbs. clerk.
WOODMEN OF TflE WORLI1 Oak
Camp, No. 125, meets at the Odd
Follows' Hall In Hosenurg, ever;
first and third Monday evenings
Visiting nelKhbors always wul
. come. M, B. Cermond, C. C; J.
A. Buchanan, clerk.
ti. O. T. SI Roseburg Hive, No. i
holds regular reviews on Ural
and third Wednesdays In thf
Maccabee hall. Sisters ot other
cordially Invited to attend our re
hives visiting In the city are
views. Olive Green, lady com.;
Jessie Rapp. R. K.
O. E. 8 Roseburg Chapter, No. 8.
noias xneir regular meeting on the
first and third Thursdays In each
month. Visiting members in good
standing are respectfully Invitod
to attend. Mrs. Jessie Davis, W.
M.; Free Johnson, secretary.
WOMEN .Of WOOIM'tlAl'l Lllai
Circle, No. 49, meets on first an!
third Hionday evenings of eiict
month In the I. O. O. F. hall. V!b
illng mombers In jjood standing
are Invited to attend. Mrs. Ethol
Easton, 0. N.; Clara CawMold,
clerk.
I. O. O. F, Phlletarian Lodge, No
8, meets In Odd Fellows Temple,
corner of Jackson and Cass streou
un Saturday evening of each week
Members of the order In good
standing are Invited to attend. J.
R. Bailey, N. 0.; M. M. Miller, R'.
S.; L E. Mllledge. F. s.
f. O. O. !'. ltlslng Star Lodge No
174, meets In Odd Fellows Temple
every Friday evening. Visiting
brethren always welcome. Ed 8.
Cockelrease, N. Q.; W. S. Powoll,
R. S.; M. Fickle. F. 0.
lUiOTHlUfHOOll OP AMERICAN
VKOME.V Mt. Nebo Lodge No
1828, meets overy Becoud and
fourth Wednesday of each montl
at the Eagles' hall. ViBltlng broth
ers and sisters welcome. E. B
''''" F. M.s 8. E. Krohn. Cor
U,V,: hrr Roseburg Lodge, No
Ji), Holds regular communica
tions at their temple on second
and fourth Thursdays of eact
month. All members requested
to attend regularly and all vlBttlnp
brothers are cordially invited tf
attend. Binger Hermann, E. R.
A. P. A. si Laurel
Lodge, No. 13, hold,
regular meetings on thi
second and fourth Wed
nesdays of each montii
Sojourners Invited to attend. N.
Rico, W. M.i R. H. C. Woods, Sec
A
. O. li. Itosuvurg Aunt, No. 1497,
meets second and fourth Monday
In their ball on Jackson street at
8 P. M. Ben North W. P.; B. F.
Goodman, sec.
IMPROVED ORDER OF REDMEN
Umpqua Tribe No. 44, meets every
first and third Monday of each
month at the Eagles' 'hall. Vlslt-
itlng chiefs welcome. J. W. Brown,
Sachem; K. M. Moars, C. of R.
MODERN DIlOTHICilllOOD OF
' AMERICA Meets In Maccabee
Tnmplo every 4th Friday of each
month. O. L. Wright, President;
Emma McMullen Secretary.
DR. I). K. SNELI,
Ostcoyilthic I'liyxlcliin.
10-11 Marsters Bldg. 'Phone 119
Roseburg, Oregon.
DR. OHO. E. 1IOUCK, 4
Physician and Burgeon.
Office, Review Bldg., Phone 81.
RoBohurx. Oregon.
Sunlight
For
Sale
MR. FARMER 00 YOU WANT ITT
The Ilyiiro-Carbou Lighting Byitem Is th
client it and tx( lo install inn burn.
(hu U Id op ratio n In HoaeburB, au4 write
'or prtci-i ami eatluiatus.
tiy mains-tailed rora
$30.00 Up
Nat. Bishops Roseburg
Box 655 Ore.
Bo.o Agent tor Douglai County
POLK'S
OREGON and WASHINGTON
Busirrass Directory
A Directory of each City, Town ami
Village, giving dcacrtptlv rliotch of
each place, lunation, population, ir.m
graph, alilpplng and banking point!
also Clafltiied Directory, compiled by
bUBlnc-u and profewuon.
R. I- mr.K CO., PKATTI.15
i
Is a Clean Cutter
Its eomprrmHng gan and eitur bar r
hl.nn'rv, iW an. nrfffi il namnlfM ei
tlte worxlrTful inventiva grnitn of Mr. JoepK
Doin. lite gran are w mounted in rrUtton
to each odwt llwt prtfoct balance and tmo
nwli are iiennanently inmred and the crank
ehoit ta relieved of all end thruit, pterenting
loet motion, trducing dralt and niuhinlying
.cuttine pnwer. I ImI m why Ihe 1)mj Mower
runt Ivlttly and cuta where otlwti fatL
I It i the only mower yuu can realign. yBur.
larll. twht in the held with your wrench. Thia
KtcbcaJ adjuetmcnt for rnaintaining Ihe cutter
r in line with the pitman, mean added
elhdcnoy and yean of extra aervke, ,
) A Real Vertical Lift
Nrce the tpade handle en the lever. Eaey
to gnup, no, twiating. One roeivernent of one
lever ranee the bar, knife throws in and out of
gear automatically aa bar ia raiard and lowered.
Ah UigeDa. tlrsible pnno lloata the cutter
bar. doea practkally all the wotk m bfung with
the foot at comcn and helpe in tailing the bar
vertically.
i Gwuulrthe rWiral John Deem dealer, learn'
aQ about that grrairat of all Mowenv and about
the entire one of Dain Hay Took. Loaden, Side
Delivery Raao. Stackera, Sweep Kakea, I reaaeai
amy one the brat of ite kind.
V Xvn makea the bat Kay took They have
been arecialuing onlbem (u over a quarter of
ateohyy.
ROSEBURG FEED
and FUEL CO.
RAILROAD SPUR N. ROSEBURG
J Fern Island Greenhouse
I Mrs. F. D. Owen, Prop.
Koscburg, Ore. Phone 9F12
Cut Flower", Potted Plant,
FutK'nil Pi'ttlKnn, Wedding Ilo
qilflM, cte.
i J it Received Fresh Supply of
I Ferns of All Kinds
On Bnlo al
The
Rose Confectionery
The News Read
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 Nursery Co.
C'ltOWKIM ANI IMI'OIITKItM 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
OurAilS Iar, Chnrry. Poach, Irunn and Nut I rmn, Ornament M
Mhadti Trooa, O rap and Horry VI una, KluwurlDtf Hliruba and I toe
Roseburg Nursery Company
KITCHIN & BLACK, Proprietors
ROSEBURG BOOK CO.
OFFICE OUt FITTERS
FOUNTAIN PUNS
SCHOOL HOOKS
TYPEWRITERS
NEWS DEALERS
IIOLIDA Y GOODS
POST CARDS
PENNANTS
j he Evening News
ROSEBURG. OREGON