The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920, October 23, 1913, Page 8, Image 8

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Feds Better Than It Looks
A good bud equipped wit 1 one of our special Floss Mat-,
tresses and Double-Dock Springs Is good enough for a king, or a
good American citizen. Comfortable Bleep i necessary to food
Ho give your bed room outfit the consideration it deserves.
We have the most complete line of bed room furniture shown in
Southern Orr-gon. Wc have Dresserg and Chiffoniers, Dressing
TaMes. Hods and Bed Itoom Chains, in White Enamel and Bird's
Kyo Maple; Dressem and Chif ionii rs in Oak, Mahogany, Circassian
Walnut, Ash and Pac ific Oak. Also compk-to lino of Brass and Iron
Beds, Mattresses, Springs, Pillows, Blankets, Spreads, Comforters,
etc. In fact everything that 1b required to make the Bed Room
homey and comfortable.
Dependable Merchandise, Lowest Prices
Complete House Furnishers
I A, LACK V, ltiseburg Booster.;
lOVKKYItOltV (illKS.
IWed. and Thurs. TWO MOHK MlillTS
CIiIiioko Kinder will ShiK th
Aiu-H Hmi with Kneores in
"Father and Son
Or Mm urwi of (.'olden 1,11ml,
IIiirJiili H)Hrial I'Vuturo in
Two furls.
'A Gambler's Honor"
ivioni nfilt TiirilliiiH; Drama.
sitoodoed on His Wed
ding Day
1'Vutm-ii K.ith Koliiml, Kii
li'in Conic ly.
rhe Wonders of the 3'lny Deepj
Showing (l(l Si "ti t'HNUllH'S
in Tliir Nalivc Huhilnl.
Special Bargain Prices
5c and 10c.
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Program Thursday Only
One Two lvccl Feature
By Unseen Hands
A Thrilling Detective Slorv ( Kleirtc Cines)
MVSK'AI. si:i.katuxs by
Jliss Modesta Mortcnscn and Miss Jessie Lewis
Violinist Pianist
One Keel I'athe Weekly No, 41
Taming of Betty
Don't Miss It. Today Only
PRICH inc.
city m:vs
A dozen rockers of low price are
on Hitlo at Strong's. olM
Norman Ace, of Winatons, was a
litnhi(!HH visitor In HonebtirK today.
.Mrs. J. It. Sutherlin ii,-rt fur Seattle
this afternoon to visit with friends.
.Mrs. Archcumbeaux went to Suth
erlin tills afternoon to visit with
.Mrs. Henry and infant returned to
Dlllard hist evening after a day spent
in UoHolmrtf.
Mrs. ICubunks loft for her home at
Oakland this afternoon after u visit
with friends here.
J. Is. iJiinniick returned to his home
at Oakland this afternoon after a day
spent in HosehurK.
Air. and Mrs. George Holler left
for Portland this afternoon where
they will visit for a few days.
John Whitsett, janitor at the
courthouse, is today pruning the pop
lar trees in the courtyard.
George Hurnelte, who recently
tensed the old Ahrnhnm building,
which ho Intends to convert Into a
garage, has installed a modern gaso
line pump In front of the structure.
With the new pump and tank In op
eration persons desiring to fill their
automobile tanks with gasoline are
not required to secure t he services
! er Us owner. On the contrary, they
! simply secure their supply of gasoline
! which Is automatically registered by
I the iniiii!)
John Hunter, who recently secured; 1111 UIIH innrnnu;. wiiero lie will prob
l the contract for erecting the local Illl,v undergo an operation at an em ly
In niorv. returned here this morning ! date.
! from Portland. He says the entire; lr. Tabor, or Silver City, New Mex-
Hireeture will be erected this rail.!'""' arrived here last evening to
j barring the poHtflliiMlv of bad weath- spend a few days visiting with his
ei. Wcrk will be commenced on .Mon-; ''"nsin, I,. K. Milledge. He was ac
day. Speaking of the warrant issued "nipaiiied by Mrs. Tabor.
ye"-day for his arrest, Mr. Hunter Perkins and wife entertained
(smiled and said he understood theia few of their friends at an inform-
:uation perfectly. Mr. Hunter; "1 dinner, at the Perkins home, cor
: f'i'.hiH that the pile of rubbish com-' ''r Mnsher and Stephens streets last
I plulned of bv Mr. Knartee was placed; evening.
near his building by the Clarke & Kifhard Morse, traveling engineer
lleuery Construction Company, which i fr tlle Southern I'acfic Company, nr
cuncei n recently laid several blocks rived here last evening from the
tir imving in litis citv. Mr. Hunter i Son,n- 1,0 will continue his journey
said th(. rnbbisli not only hindered l Prtland tonight.
I persons wishing to travel tlm street.) I'ritted Snow flour manufactured
1'ut interfered with his business. In I ' Sperry Hour Mills Co., the oldest
! (ho event the suit Is pressed by Mr. I
..aariee Mr, Hunter says ht will
nrobably bring a suit to collect dam
agert against the Clarke Henry
Company, the firm responsible for
placing the rubbish on the spot des
ignated In the complaint. At noon
today the wnrrnnt for arrest had not
been served on Mr. Hunter.
opeii at 2 nnj 7 p. m.
A rr' X'L-ll'U A
It, L. Cannon was in from his ranch
north of town this morning,
j Mrs. C. S. Parker went to Green
i last evening to spend a few days.
New crop walnuts, the first In
I town, at the LJee Hive (of course).
I nl
I H. il. Telnian, of Portland, arrived
I heie last evening to look after husl
j no;:, interests.
Ji;at arrived, new Finnan Had-t:r.
and Kippered Salmon, at the lire
. I.'i.e Grocery. if
C. It, Wihson arrived here from
Port 1 mid lust evening to lool; wUur
! tJ ut iness Intel-etas.
J-'rcd Heavens spent yesterday aT
' ternocjii in Koseburg looking after
business matters,
i Mr. U'ixori returned to his home
at Myrtle Creek last evening after a
I day spent in Koseburg.
j Artnur Mathias, o'f Portlund. ar
: r!v(.d here this morning to spend a
few days with friends.
Mi. Hrown, a local newspaper man,
returned here this morning after a
few dajs spent at i)rain.
Mis- Crowe returned to her home
at Kiddle last evening after a few
d:jys spent in Koseburg.
N. A. Collamoro left for points
South last evening after a few days
s; ent in Koseburg.
Kalph Knight, of Canyonville, was
a business visitor in Koseburg yester
day. He left for home last night.
Mr, Townsend returned to Kiddle
hist evening after a day spent in
Koseburg consulting with local phy
sicians. M. Chastine, wife and daughter, of
Oklahoma, arrived here last evening
to spend a few days looking over the.
country. !
Mrs. Krancfs Tripp and two cbil-;
dren went to Kiddle this morning!
where they will spend a few days via-j
itlng with friends.
Little Hall Keely, son of Dr. and!
Mrs. A. C. Keely, is suffering frot:i
the effects of an injure.! eye sus-
tained evening. "
Dr. Pearson and wife were anions
the Sutherlin people- who came over
last, evening to attend the production
of ''The Lure."
Mrs. Men t el and chfldren, of
Thurston, arrived here last evening to
spend a few diivn visiting with Mr.
and Mrs. ,i. K. Kalbe.
Arda Kdwards, of Drain, came over
this morning to spend a few days
visiting at the home of Attorney und
Mrs. Charles Hopkins,
Charles Stark, of the McClallen
hotel, returned here last evening af
ter a few days spent at Portland look
ing after business matters.
Mrs. Grant returned to her home at
Kiddle last evening after a day spent
in Koseburg visiting at the home of
Sheriff nnd Mrs. George Quiue.
Fred Huell returned to Dillard last
evening after a day spent in Kose
burg. Mr. Huell conducts a store at
Dillnid, where he Is well known.
Mrs. J. Willett and Mrs. J. H. rtur
goyne and the bitter's daughter re
turned to Kiddle last evening after a
couple of days spent In Koseburg.
Knaffle llaynes, of South Deer
Creek, was admitted to Mercv hosnl-
,ul 'argest mills on the Pacific const
Kach sack bears the Hee Hive monc
uucK guarantee. n 1
C. A. Holes and wire and Mrs. H.
A. Pratt left hero this morning for
Ashland after a brief visit with rela
tives in this city. They reside at
Mill City.
P. L. Hlsell and wife, and the for
mer's mother and sister, Mrs. John
1-tiKuo and Miss Hessle Coleson. of
Washington, arrived here this morn
ing to spend a few days visiting at
the home of Mrs. George Godfrey.
Claud Plank, at one (time employ
ed In the barber shop conducted by
Klmer Demotta, but of late of Kl
Paso. Texas, spent the morning in
Koseburg renewing old time acquain
tances. Douglas Countj Creamery battel
Is the best on the market. Insist on
vour grocer supplying you with this
home product, which Is always strict
ly fvesh and guaranteed. Tv.c pound
roll. ST cents. ti
Sheriff George Qu!ne went to Kid
dle this morning where he has busi-
1 ness matters needing bis attention.
I Mr. ()uin,i recently sold his prunes
nnd wilt arrange for shipping the
! same during his present trip to Kid
, die.
! P. M, Crosby ami I,. 10. Van Konk.
i until recently connected with the Gall
; shows passed through Koseburg this
; morning en route i'im in Portland to
points in 'le;is. Iloth men are known
here where they spent u few days
! duritm the last strawberry festival
1 Hills Pros. hiL'hest grade cotfec
r selected from the finest plantations
j rich flaored and fuM-bodlcd --skill-'
fully blended, scient ii u:al ly roasted,
i packed in vaccina cans, nature pro
; iUtt-cd the f!:uor. t!te vaccnni can re-
tains it. -:xelutve sale by Heehive
! ( roeerv. t 1
Post office Inspector Morse re
turned here tliis moraine after a few
; days spent at points In the southern;
pari of tne state. He was accom
panied here by Post of flee I ti spec tor ;
; iturund. who makes his headquarters
at Portland.
W". A, Kullock, state foreman of
I the Hrotherhood of Yeomen, arrived;
; here last eventiiK from Salem nnd de
livered an address before the loiUe
; last niuht. Mr. Hullock is well known
I throughout the entire state, where
lie hart attended meetings of the fra-
Kit nnw for
fcit now for
your Holiduy
All the latest novelties.
, ternal organizatiun of which he Is a
gr:iid oft.cer.
I i:. G. Kvvdlee returned to
Svtherlin this afternoon after a few
:.i....s spent in not- buri;.
! Mis. Her and daughter, Miss Jessie,
of H'lerwood, iiiriveu nere this after
noon to visit at ti.e home of Mrs.
!;t Lewis.
i Mrh. I. J. Goff letumed to Suth-
erlin this afternoon after a brief
1 vis t at the home of Mr. und Mrs. A.
D. Hatin.
! J. P. Wilson and wife, of Seattle,
I who have been spending a few days
in Koseburg, went to Glendale last
j night.
i K. H. Crane is expected here to
; night from lied Blutf. Cat., to visit
! at the ' ome of Mr. and Mrs. .1. W.
! Mrs. 1). F. Richardson and little
son returned to their home at Siith
j erlin this afternoon after a day spent
' in Koseburg.
I Mrs. Is. A. Dougherty, of Myrtle
' Creek, came down today for a short
; visit here, and to look after busi
I ness interests,
Mrs, C. L. Chenoweth and daugh
i ter, of Oakland, spent last evening
: in Koseburg attending "The Lure," !
1 at the Antlers' theatre. j
C. P. Marnard, wife and daughter,!
''niff,, lett tor Kimeno this after-1
j noon to spend a few days. Mr.
i Marnard owns considerable property
' there.
i)r. Hodge, who spent yesterday in
; Koseburg delivering lectures before
1 the teachers in attendance at the lo
cal institute left for his home at Eu
gene this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Chandler and
child left for Portland this morning
where they will probably locate.
They have resided here for some
time past.
V. A. Keach, a recent arrival in
this section from Illinois, has pur
chased a small ranch, about eight
miles north of Yoncalla, The ranch
Is paid to comprise about 50 acres.
Robert Karnsworth killed a ten
point blacktail buck on his recent
trip to the head of the South t'mp
tua. This deer dressed 2(H) pounds.
On one side were ten points and on
the other side six points.
Mrs. Nellie Miller left for her home
at Portland this afternoon after a
few days spent at Glide visiting at
the home of Mr. and Mrs Robert
Hlakcley. Mrs. Miller reports the in
fant child of Mr. and Mrs, LUakeley
Margaret Kmery went to Coles Val
ley this morning where she will spent!
some time at the home of her mothe?,
Mrs. William Kmery. Mr. Kmery is
at. present in Colorado whore he is
spending some time in hope of bene
fitting hfs health. He will be joined
by Mrs. Kmery in December.
William A. Ragan. who he(
19i:t and 1914 films of the Pendle
ton Round-up, is spending a eovle
of days here in an eflort to siiow h is J
pictures in one of the local piayhous-j
es. At noon touay ne imu failed to
interest either of the managements,
however, ami U looks as though the
films would be passed by.
George K. Meyers, of Canyonville.
has returned from Minneapolis where
where he went to center with the
fruit eommissionc s regarding the
disposition of Douglas county apples.
Mr. Meyers says he found the Kaslern
market in good condition, notwith
standing that the Kaslern apples are
now being sold, it is Mr. Meyer's
opinion that Oregon npples will be
in great demand within a few weeks,
when they will bring excellent re
turns. The local lodge of Yeomen held a
very interesting meeting at their hall
in Koseburg last evening, when State
Foreman W. A. Hullock, of Portland,
and Mr. Goss, a deputy organizer of
the Yeomen, were present to deliv
er addresses. Following the business
meeting, during which several brief
talks were made by the officers and
members, a delicious oyster supper
was served by the ladles of the lodge.
Mr. Goss. a deputy organizer, who
lives at Portland wilt remain here
for some time in hope of recruiting
the lodge. He hopes to add at least
50 members to the present enrollment
of the order In this locality.
The welfare extension work com
menced in Koseburg last summer
has just been supplemented by three
carefully prepared demonstrations
and talks by Mrs. Robbins. of the ex
tension department of O. A. C. This
department sent Mrs. Robbins to
Ros'diurg at the request of the '1)5
1 Mt ntal Crlfure Club. Moth these or
ci.nizations. the Mental Culture
Club and the Agricultural College
wish to extend influence for advanced
education as far as possible ami this
coerse of lectures has been given to
the public for its enlightenment. It
is to be regretted that more ladies
in Rf-ebur were not present at these
meet in cs. M rs. Robbins' work has
been very helpful and sh, has made
iriiin triends for herself and for the
college by her earnest efforts.
Dr. Hodge, bead of the extension
department of the Cniversity of Ore
gon, wiit tie'iver a series of lectures'
in the auditorium of the Portland j
Yoene Men's Christian AsMx-iaiiou, j
beginning v November S. The ec-j
tuns will be under the auspices of!
the Y. M. C. A. educational depart-'
meat, and will be free. Tlie ;ue to;
bo open to both men and women. R.i
C French, educational director of ;
the Y M, C. A., has just returned!
from Keaene, where he completed nr-!
raimt ments for this course. The op-!
. ti'iii: c.'C:iii e w :!! ho on lee ' t. ;
"Pram Fattens". These will bo Uv-
t ir s on each subsequent at .if day :
night. Some cf the subjects tr, i- i
taken up are: "Control of Special;
Hacteiial Diseases," 'Tlacteria audi
Common Sen-" Cleanliness." "Civic
Ptology." and "The Distribution nfi
Animals". (Dr. Hodge has been ini
Koseburg for a few days attending
the teachers' institute.)
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Thursday. This means a great saving to
you and helps fill the book that counts.
Compare our prices with those of other
merchants before placing your orders
elsewhere. QiiaHty and price guaranteed.
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