The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920, November 01, 1912, Page 7, Image 7

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    NEWS WANT- ADVS GET RESULTS
L.UUOH DIKECTUltT.
jlODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Myrtle Camp No. nxso. mean
every second and fourth Tuesda)
of every mouth ia the Eagles
hall. Traveling neighbors are cor
dlally Invited to visit out camn
Frank Clements, consul; H
' Stubbs. clerk.
)i4. o. T. M. hobuTjurg riive. .So
holds regular reviews on fin
and third Wednesdays In thk
;Maccabee hall. Sisters of other
I cordially Invited to attend our re-
hlves visiting In the city are
views. Olive Green, lady com.;
jeuBie napp. k. rk.
I). E. 8 Roseburg Chapter. No. 8,
holds their regular meeting on the
Bfji rirst and third Thursdays In each
xuouiu. viBiuug memDers In good
standing are respectfully Invited
to attend. Mrs. Jessie Davis. W.
M.; Free Tohnson. secretary.
r. O. E. Hoseuurg Acne, Mo. 1497,
meets second and fourth Mondays
In their hall on Jackson street at
S P. M. Ben North W. P.; B. P.
Goodman, sec.
M O n F 11 N BROTHERHOOD OF
AMERICA Meets in Maccabee
Temple every 4th Friday of each
month. G. L. Wright, President;
Emma McMullen Secretary.
I. O. O. V. Rising Star Lodge No.
174. meets in Odd Fellows Temple
every Friday evening. Vlaltlup
brethren always welcome. Ed S.
Cockelrease, N. G.; W. S. Powell,
R. S.: M. Fickle. F. S.
i. I". O. 10 Koseburg Lodge. No.
326, holds regular communica
tions at their temple on second
and fourth Thursdays of each
month. All members requested
to attend reguinrly and all visiting
brothers are cordially Invited to
attend. Blnger Hermann, E. R.
I. O. O. V. Phlletarian LuCge, No
8, meets In Odd Fellows Temple
corner of Jackson and Cass streets
on Surday evening of each week
Members of the order in good
standing are invited to attend. J
R. Bailey, N. G.; M. M. Miller, R
S.; L E. Mllledge. F. S.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSK Rose
burg Lodge No. 1037. Meets In
Maccabee Hall, corner Cass and
Pino streets, every Tuesday even
ing at 7:30 o'clock Visiting
brothers invited to attend. L.
Wlmberty, Dictator; II. O. Pargo
ter, Sjc.
A. I". A: A. 31. Laurel
Lodge, No. 13, holds
A if regular meetings on tb
"J. S,? uraml lld fourth Wed
nesdays of each montu
Sojourners Invited to attend. N.
Rice, W. M.; R. H. C. Woods, Sec.
WOODMiN lib lilt uoIsi.k
Camp. No. 125, maets at the Ode
Fellows' Hall In Rescuing, ever;
first and third Monday evenings
Visiting nelirhiwrs nlwavs wel
come. M. B. Germond, C. C; J.
A. Buchanan, clerk.
women or vvoom'itA.1"'.' La:uc
Circle, No. 49, meets on first and
third Monday ceilings of each
month In the I. O. O. F. hall. Vis
iting members In good standing
are Invited to attend. Mrs. Ethel
Easton, G. N.; Clara Cawlfleld,
clerk.
IMPROVED ORDER OF RKDMKN
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; C. H. Terclnski, C. of R.
HROTHF.ItHOOII OF AMERICAN
YEOMEN ML Nebo Lodge No.
1828, meets every second and
fourth Wednesday of each montl
at the Eagles' hall. Visiting broth
ers and sisters welcome. E. B.
Perrlne, F. M.; S. E. Krohn. Cor.
THE
WHITE IS KING
The best all-round Fam
ily Sewing Machine that
can be produced. Made in
both Rotary and Vibrator
styles.
The rotary makes both
Lock and Chain stitch. The
latest up to the minute
steel attachments with each
machine. Sold on easy
paymients. Send name and
nddrefes for our beautiful H.
r T. catalogue free.
1 WhiteSewim Machine Co.
1460 Market St
San Francisco, California
STATEMENT NUMBER 1
C. L. REAHES
Democratic Candidate
For Representative
JACKSON AXD DOUGLAS
COUNTIES
pd. adv.
For County Commissioner.
This announces my candidacy for
re-election to the office of county
commissioner. When I accepted the
office from the people four years
ago the county was $70,000 In debt.
in the past four years more road and
bridge work has been accomplished
than In all previous years of Douglas
County history, and today we arc
debt free. I shall, If re-elected, per
sue the same course as to public Im
provements, at the same time care
fully guarding the peoples' Inter
ests. Examine the records and sat
isfy yourself as to my record,
pd. adv. M. R. RYAN.
BOARD AXI ROOMS.
4 Modern Apartments with bath,
hot and cold water
a- in each room.
h MRS. CALLAND. Prop.
Coiner Jackson and Brockway
Streets; near High School.
Rate, 6 Per Week.
squirrel POISON.
- Every kernel of Boiuuau s
- Poison Grain contnlns a oeaoiy
dose of powerful, quick-acting
poison, "set" in the grain by
a patented process. -
Rain, snow, dew or damp
. ground does not wash nut this
poison. It Is the onlv poison
which is as good bIx months
a nfw n the first day It Is put
out In the fields.
The best poison yon to
used, or vour money nacr
MARSTEltS DRUG CO
Vote far iilage BIE
ymiier 320 X Yes
It providm six-tftitliH of a mill tax for
support of Agrii'.iiHuntl Collcffu ami I'ni
versity of Oregon, Hiving them perma
nent support nml tnking them out oi
politics. It also provides unu Houril of
KegeutH, llitlfi solving the problems of
co-operation, consolidation, division ol
courses and economy of uinnugi-niont.
It does not Increase the average
rate of taxation.
It repeals the $500,000 Univer
sity appropriation bill.
The Bill is endorsed by Governor
West: "Thin Hill is in tliu inurast of
good business uud should pass."
By L. R. Alderman State Fnperin
temtent Public Instruction: "Experience
In other states shows .milage bill prin
ciple to be correct."
By Will H. Daly, Prenident, Ctpeog
EUato Federation of Labor: "No j,ig
nientoan uit?rensfiilly enmhut tlis beno
to the ntute t lint will follow the udoptioa
of the initiate tax plan."
Endorsed by Portland Tax Pay
ers League.
Bill prepared by committee of Cover,
nor's Commission, Hoards of Kegntu,
and adiuintMirutive oibceis f Uie twt
iustitutionn.
Keister Ladies'
Tailoring College
Room 324, Third Floor
Perhins Bldg.
Evrythlng pertaining to dress
making and tailoring taught. Tui
tion $25 for full course. This
conrso offers Instruction in draft
ing of patterns, cutting and fit
ting of coats, cloaks, tailored and
fancy dresses.
$15 course gives drafting of pat
terns without sewing.
5 course gives 10 days sew
ing: Wo Invite InCTStljiation.
MIW. K. U MolNTOfill.
Instructor Mgr.
MISS FLORENCE MrlXTOHII,
.
YOfliS FOll AX ANSWER.
Did you ever try to suggest
a caption for a newspaper col
umn, or a subject for a news
paier story? Sometimes there
Is as much cleverness shown in
the selection of the title for a
picture as there is in grouping
the figures.
It is the title that awakens the
human interest In the picture.
There is a wonderfully beau
tiful picture in our show win
dow this week, but it lacks the
proper title will you give us
one?
To the person offering us the
best answer, we will award the
beautiful Globe-Wemlcko book-
case shown in our window.
You need not be a customer
of the store or make n pur-
chase hero to get a ballot, as
this contest is open to all.
Simply call at the store and
we will supply you with a bal-
lot on which your answer Is to
be written.
Tho contest closes November
1G and all answers must be in
the hands of the Answer Edi-
tor not later than that date.
The prize winner will be an-
nounced a week later.
RICE & RICE
The Housefurnlsheds.
nl5
Willi SERVE niXN'KR.
The ladles of the Presbyter
ian church will serve a genuine
home cooked dinner in the par
lors of tho church on election
day, November C. n5
MRS. II. JAY STOXE
Tencller of Pinno nnd Harmony
Down-town Studio. 223 E. Lane
Street. Home Studio 7 17
: Hamilton Street. Phone 302-J.
Cl'RI0 A. FORT,
Vocal Lessons. 4
Studio 312 E. Casa Street.
Phone 191-J
Rosebure - -Ore.
O S S s
X MRS. CHARLES S. I1F.INI.1XE :
X Pianoforte Instructor
Mulscnl Kindergartener :
Studio 423 Ella St., Phono 33-R
1R. M. ASIITO.V
.TliIroprnctlc-NVuroiwUI1
Xervo and Spino Specialist
Chlropractlc-Ncuropth Is a Nat-
'f lira! aud Advanced Scientific C
ii Art of Removing the Cause of C
C- Disease. :"
5 1ironic Cnseji a SMilulty
224 Cass St. Rosebuig, Or.
DIl. GEO. E. HOUCK, -
Physician nrt Surgeon.
Office, Review llldg., Phone 31.
nosoburg, Oregon.
DR. II. K. HKKMAVN,
j. Eye Specialist
2)7 South Stenhens Street, D
Roseburg, Oregon. t
I
DR. S. L. DeLAPP
0-ti-Mitlilc Physician
Successor to
DR. J. L. CALLAWA
Phone 169
Roseburg Nat. Bank Bldg.
NOTICE.
Mrs. C. Grannls solicits hand
embroidery work of any kind
either by the piece or hour. For
reference. Mrs. F. C. Flagler.
nl2
VA.NTEI.
WANTED A man and family de
sires work as caretakers of rnch.
Inquire at News office, 538-nl
WANTED Experienced ranch hand.
$2750. Box 66, Dixonvllle, Ore-J
milk. Box CO Dtxouville. 335ulU
WANTED Young lady for office
work. Must be able to operate a
typewriter. Inquire at this office
tf547
WANTED To purchase 25 head ol
goats, not over two years old. Ap
ply J. E. Leonard, Olalla, Oro
gon. WANTED Girl to assist in houso
work and act as companion to
lady. Apply at 126 N. Kane St.
605tf
VANT TO PURCHASE-
About 25
Angora goats, not over 2 years old.
Apply to J. E. Leonard, Olalla.
Ore. 510n7
10USKKEEP1NO ROOMS 3 unfur
nished housekeeping rooms; also
5 room cottage for rent. Inquire
410 W. Douglas. 646-tl
WANTED Students for mandolin
and guitar. Thorough Instruction
and rapid advancement. A. Fergu
son. Herrlngton House, city. nlS
GIRli WANTED Competent girl for
general house work can find good
steady place by applying to Mrs
Albert Abraham, 100 Spruce St.,
or phono 101-J. 223-tf
COOK AND WAITER WANTED
Competent cook and waiter for
country hotel. Applicants please
phone or write to F. h. Jones.
Scottsburg, Ore, at once. tf-51 3
WANTED Employment at housu
cleanlng or any other work
Charge reasonable. Inquire John
Enwright, care News office.
635-n(l
SUITCASE LOST Saturday, some
where between Pltzer street, and
tho Brlnkorhoff ranch, contained
girl's clothing. Finder pleuse
leave at News office.
WANTED Good team, must be in
first class condition and ono good
milch cow, must bo milking; also
want good wagon and harness. Ad
dress L. E. J., care News of
fice.
WANTED Slieei goats, nursery
stock or what have you In exchnnge
for a well bred mare, city broke,
also 4-year-old pacing horse. Are
first class. Uox 06 Dixonvllle
G34-nl9
"OH TRADE Nico five acre tract or
land in good town, suitnble for
8ub-divldlng; Iiub nico coltuge and
'.mprovements, Will trade for
home In Roseburg. Here Is a good
chance to mako some money. In
quire News office. 217-lf
FOR ltKXV.
FOR RENT Good
able part, of city.
Kast avenue.
house in desir
Inqulro at 456
60Gtf
Fl'llNISHEl) HOUSEKEEPING
ROOMS Inquire at 302 West
Washington St. No children. n7
FOll 11HNT Four room house, con
veniently located. Inquire Watson
Davis, Edenbower, Ore., or Phone
25-F-ll. nlf.
FOR RENT Fine largo 6 room
Bungalow new and all modern, In
good location. $18.00 per mo.
See Perrlne Real Estate Co. ui
Cnss St. t!
I till b.W.K.
FOll SALE Seed wheat, oats and
cheat, also 2 Berkshire boars,, old
enough for service. Cheap If taken
at once. Address E. A. Kruso.
Roseburg. Or. tf
Seed
FOll SALE Extra largo pure bred
Bronz turkeys tov breeding pur
poses. Tome $5 each and hens $3
Will furnish the locnl market with
corn fed turkcyii for Thanksgiving
If ordered. Mrs. O. C. Brown,
Dlxonvlllo or phone 3F25.
M 1 ' S T S E I 1 6 largo fo f s w 1 1 h
good t room houso, store room and
woodshed, 2 chicken houses, small
v.erry patch, 40 chickens and win
ters wood. This Is going cheap
for cash. Call quick ut News of
fice for particulars. nlO-539
fro II SALE Choice orchard or gar
den truck land In five and to.t
acre tracts. Plenty of water. Land
will raise anything that .an he
raised In this vnlley T.nrstei
within 35 minute drlvo of Kose
burg. Hallrond station within ten
minute walk of any part of the
subrivlsior.. Prices reasonable and
soM on terms to suit buyer. Call
on or address Thn News office for'
further particulars. 600tf
E X T ItX G O O D B U Y Te ii Tc re s"! us t
outside city limits, best of soil;
water for irrigating, chicken parks
and fine chicken houses, fruit,
fenced, and one of the finest loca
tions In tbe county for a home
This tract can bo subdivided and
sold as city lots If desired. It Is
an Investment at prices asked. Ad
dress D. K., box 53, Roseburg. or
Inquire at Wows office for Infor
mation. tf-520
Severn I mod-
to S. W. Sii-
all phone 177-L.
FOR SALE Dahlias. Best produced I
by art or nature, at Soldiers borne.
Coine and see them. A Cole.
329-nl0
FOR SALE Good team, Harness and
new 3-inch wagon, for sale or will
trade for wood, hay uud good milk
cow. 1026 Corey Ave 472,11
FOll SALE Good work mare, will
Bell cheap, or trade for cow or
yearling heifers. Address Box 67,
Edenbower, Ore. or phone 25-F14.
Nov 2.
FOll SALE Second hand rour-cylin-
der automobile, in excellent con
dition. Will soil cheap. Apply at
this office for information and
price. 281-tf
FOll SALE Nice, gentle black
mare, weight over 1000, 11 years
old. Fine for lady or family
driver. Price $100. Inquire News
office. 349tf
FOR" SALE Puro bred and good
layers Black Miuorcas, 0 hens,
16 pullets and a cockrel, prlco $16.
Phono 6F4, or address Ray Mabe
loy, Roseburg, Ore. o2K
FOR SALE! 40 bead of stock sheep,
partly Bhropshlres. Most of them
are young and will shear well,
i'or particulars Inquire at the farm
.t 3. W. AtcueBon, Melrose, Ore.
496-tf
FOll SALE OR TRADE Two lots
and five room cottage In Southern
California. Good schoolB, excellent
climate, near tho oil fields. W'.l!
exchange for tract of unimproved
land In Douglas County.- . Inquire
at News office. B14-n8
FINE BUNGALOW Will sell ol
trade finest property in good rail
road town for Rosoburg resldenc
ar farm near city. This b.ingalow
is new, modern, 3 large lots go
with it, dollghtful view of rivet
and town, and rents for $17.F0
per month. Thin Is something ex
tra fine. Address, Owner, News,
RoEcburg, box 112.
ONE ACRE HOME Nice little place
lust outside city limits, good six
room house, barn, chicken bouse,
yards, etc., all fenced aud In Ural
class condition, grounds Bet to
young fruit trees, some In bear
ing, big shade trees oy bouse, nil
for only $1,800. inquire News of
fice. 2 1-tl
tiOODOAltDEN SPOT Tract 23U
by 100 feet, one block to Bchool,
noar store uud poBtoffice, River
side Addition, owned by non-resident,
who will sacrifice It at $276.
This place Is a bargain, being besl
of garden Boll. Address N. R., box
65, city, or inquire News office.
4tf
TRADE OR FOll BALM Nice tracl
of 10 acres only three miles ftou,
city, best of roads, fenced, but
no buildings, nice oung orchard
spring, etc. Will iradu fur cii
property. Making nne subuibuu
homo. - Inquire News offlco foi
oarticulars. 4 1-tl
$40 AN ACHE Farm of 136 acres
practically all tillable, oue-fourtl.
nillo to river, on main highway,
beautiful location, and the finest
kind of place for dairying and or
chard, fenced, spring, no build
ings, and 8 mlbs from Rosoburg
Cheap sb dirt at tho price. Inquire
L, News office. 141-tt
FARM liOMIi FOll SALE 16 acres.
close in, fine largo house, good
barn, windmill at woll, water piped
to house, 12 acres young orchard
automobile raods all year, and lc
overy way a desirable place. 1m
provements worth $4,000. Ownoi
will sell for $5,200, terms. Ad
dress Newr office for particulars
box 65,
TEN ACRE BARGAIN A tine llttlt
place on best road In tho county
fair houso, barn, spring and well
nearly eight acres In choice fruit
mostly In heavy bearing. Less that
3 miles from seuter of city. Own
er will sell on terms. Inquire ai
Nows office, or address Owner
care News. 199-tt
FOlTBA LE"T5RTi tA T) BITgTly lui
proved 10-acro tract 1 mile from
good town, new 7-room hongalo'
good barn and poultry houses, 6
acres In orchard and berries, splen-
did location, first class every way
One of the finest places In South
ern Oregol. Sidewalks to depot
snd town; crop all In and will
trade for RoseLurir tironertv or
farm near city. Address Owner.
News offlco, box 1 1 1
FOREMEN ONLY For sale or trade,
equity In a nico, new, nifty, nobby,
up-to-tho-mlnuto BUNGALOW. Ce
ment walks, cobble base, paved
district, near school. A "home"
not a "house". Convenient Inter
ior arrangement with "catchy"
outside effect. Get this now and
wear off tbe "first" paint. Wood
In basement for a year. Will con
sider anything useful from a
"JACK-RABBIT to an AUTOMO
BILB". Address X Y Z, News of
fice, Roseburg, Of. IJJ-tf
I-'UU SALE OR RENT
em .muses. Appl
HAY FOR SALE Oat and vetch, ex
cellent quality. Phone 19K5.
Dixonvllle. Or. 631-nlt
FOll SALE Several large uw
tanks. AIbo storage room for reul.
Inquire 456 Rast avenue. S07tf
FOll SALE A number o ou4
brood sows, at Shady Point. thrw
miles south. 1. N. Johnst roctA
No. 1. 5 .11 -it
FOR SALE Good team of youuc
horses, new wagon, and harness ac
bargain. Inquire W. J. CroQt.
Ruckles, Ore. cl
FOR-S A LlfN icedr fvTn gouUU
gontlo, city broke horse, light
buggy and harness. Phone MK
or call lit 301 Perkins bldg. USi
FOR SALE Handsomo leaTher lr
enport, almost new, a bargain
Call at room S, Rosoburg National
Bank building. tRU
GOATS FOR SALE ReglBtered Aa-
gora goats of both soxea for breed
ing purposes, heavy shearers. Ad
dress J. I. Chapman, Wilbur, Or.
FOR SALE Four-foot tir corawooa.
For carload lota write to Jonatbaat
Richardson. Leona. Ore. Or4or
now for fall delivery. Carload
lots $3.26 a cord. 146-dtt
THIS WILL SUIT YOU Five Una
lota, good view of city ft block c
proposed paved street, good view,
well drained, aad a property time
will please the critical buyer, only
$1,360. Terms. Inquire Mew
office. 278-tf
36 ACRES free boh, well drained, all
in cultivation. Ideal location (or
poultry and orchard, fairly level,
good county road, 8 miles east
of Roseburg, 3 miles to P. O,
church, store and saw mill. Prtuo
$2,750. Box 66 Dixonvllle. Ore
gon. G32-nl
FOR SALE OR TRADE A 47 room
hotel, . completely furnished, t
stories, just across street from citjr
park, 1 'A blocks from Main street.
In town of 10,000 with 3 railroads.
For further particulars address
123 8. Holly street, Medford, Ore
gon. QlS
FOll SALE In Roseburg, 4-roum
house on Flint Btreot, No. 2 42. all
furnished ia bringing in $J,44;
lights, water, patent toilet, sewer
connection, paved struct, etc. Price
$1,jo0; part down balance $10 Ittr
month. Address It. P. Simpson,
I.nland, Or. 304-tfsw
W11V 1'Ai A LANDLORD KoojJut.
money yourself. Will sell a beau
tiful loc-itlon for borne at grew
Imi Kitln. Only small amount dowv.
balance long time, hardly any f'J
Wrcbt. Tr;i't contains 30 beardiff
trees of choice fruit city wals.
rnd Is only 10 minutes' walk front
poxtorhce If this appeals to yoK.
Inqutro News office for pai'ttaie
lars. JlStf
FOll SALE OR TRADE Very doslr
ahlo farm of 75 acres, 1 ',4 miles
from the city on good rond. Gooe.
home, bnm etc., fenced and cross
fenced, splendid spring of water,
orchard of about 3 acres of choir
varieties In good condition. In.
fact, an Ideal home place. Wilt
tnko unncuiubered, desirable cllr
home ns part payment, balauirs
long time at 6 per cent Interest.
Ask Tho News. 54J tf
THREE GOOD FARMS for Bale by
tho owner. All near KoBcburg. am.
main wagon road, near acbtvil
and church. Good stream of wat
er and livo sprlngB of wntor o&
each place. Small orchard, doum,
barn and out Iioubcs on each plsc.
Suitable for fruit, farming or
stock raising. Prices No. 1, $1,509;
No. 2, $3,000; No. 3, $5,000. Ad
dress or seo E. W. KuykeadalL
206 W. Washington street. n3I
FARMERS' OPPORTUNITY A w
480 acre whoat ranch, oomnVfte
set buildings, on main road, tutlr
6 miles from good railroad ttfwu.
will be Bold on easy crop payments
to responsible farmer. Would v.
cept Douglas county property ra
exchange for a large part of ruick
valuo. Only small amount r,tsh
required. By securing possession
of ranch at once, fall crop ctn bt
successfully sown. Don't dels,
but. Inquire of R. R. Wood, News
office for flftallp T
I
j
j
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HERE IT IS -About the finest tionse
In the valley, all In cultlvKtWa.
city privileges, modern house e sfc
rooms, gasoline pumping plant,
plenty of water for lawns and gar
den. If It Is a country home jat
out of town that yon want, do tt
miss seeing this. Will sell all or
part of property. 1'rlvat tele
phone to city. It will pay profioetv
tlve home seekers to Investigate
this place. Inquire at News office.
for particulars, or call at preaslees,
C. D. Mayaard, lust west of ftol
lltr Home. 21 "C