The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920, October 30, 1913, Page 2, Image 2

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    Economy in Furs
You'll appreciate the opportun ty of hiKpectliiB splendid samples of
the latest ideas in furs made by the largest fur manufacturer on
the Pacific Coast offered at w iowhIo pric-CH, and eliminating the
mlddle-nuui'M profit.
Our -Mrs. M. Purry will be a,t t!ie Umprpia Hotel Monday and Tues
day, Nov. ,3rd and 4th., and w M fiioi pleasing prlctB on tin nw
goods displayed, and will furnl-ih estimates for remodeling old furs
in the latent styles at economical prices.
286 Morrison St.
Portland, Oregon
SILVERFIELD'S
WEST ROSEBURG GROCERY
We can nave you money on Jour grocery bill. Our stock is FRESH
and COMI'LETK. Phone your need. Prompt delivery and satisfac
tory assured. Alll our gooils guaranteed.
OWELL & FOSTER
PHONE 29.
D. H. MARSTERS' PLUMBING SHOP.
Plumbing, Sheet Metal WorH, Tinning
and Heating
North JacKson Street, adjoining Peoples Marble
Works. Telephone 251.
WorK Done on Short Notice
ROSEBURG, ORE
FOR SALE!
BEAUTIFUL ENGLEWOOD RANCH
A Bplendld property, on the main Umpqua river, and having
marvelously fortile soil and climate conditions, with splendid timber
and excellent domestic water pitied throughout house, barn and
numerous lots and feed corrals. On account of the several sur
gical operations and the recent hospital experience of Mr. Engle,
making It nocesnry for him to spend much of his time In hospitals,
and for financial reasons, he has concluded to sell that splendid
country OBtato, TIiIb Is not an ordinary or even an average ranch;
but has all the requirements of a first class country home, where
one can have the maximum of both comfort and profit, and live
there under excellent climatic and all other most satisfactory condi
tions. There are 870 acres, well Improved and moat productlvo, for
general farming, stock, dairying and for all kinds of fruit and ber
ries and Is all garden land of the highest productiveness. Has about
four miles of main Umpqua River frontage. The river bottom lunds
have twenty foot or more of excellent soil. No overflow. Soil on
slopes and benches 1b alBo deep and rich, excellent for fruit and
all farm and gurden purposes.
The parks or spreading oak, and the fir forests, all In nn ex
cellent parking ByBtem, are the wonder and udmlration of all nature-loving
people who see this splendid ranch, which Is In a class
by Itself. Write, phone or see J. M. Englo, or any of his family
on the Englewood ranch for prices and terms, on part or all of the
property. A vory low price will bo mado for quick action. Don't
miss the opportunity of your life to secure the best country home
that may be found anywhere around the globe. KNGLE, Kellogg, Or,
SMUTTY
MUSIC
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IJALLOWE'E.X BLTPER.
The ladles of fit. George's
Episcopal Guild will serve their
annual Halloween Supper on
Banished From the Chicago Saturday evening November 1,
1 from 5 to 7 o clock. Everyone
Dance Hans. i invited. 031
BETTER MUSIC IS ADVOCATED
SMITH I1IVKH.
! I lKlit Will He Waned Aulnst "Huh
! Music Which 1 1 us Ixiik
lnft4Ml Dance Hulls
Of Country.
CHICAGO, Oct. 30. Banishment
of the "smut music" heard so much
today in public music halls and thea
tres and the popularizing of "high
class but not necessarily high br.ow"
music, is today the greatest umhition
of Henry 1). Legler, chief librarian of
the Chicago Public Library. Libra
rian Legler declares he "has the right
answer". Legler started several
years ago with an idea and $4,000
to make America the equal of Ger
many as a nation of music lovers,
and to create a general appetite for
good music equal to the appetite
that Is general for good reading In
this country. He declared today that
realization of his ideal still is far
off, but that his advance toward the
goal of his ambition has been so
steady that he believes he will live
to see his greatest Ideals realized. Al
ready he has been opportuned by
public officials of many large and
small cities to explain his campaign
of musical education of the general
public. Here's how Librarian Legler
la doing it. When the $ 1,000 ap
propriation was turned over to the
library Legler induced (he board to
buy seven copies of each of 100 of
the best known opera scores, vocal
and Instrumental pieces that are
classics, "but not written especially
for the cars of highbrows," as Leg
ler put It. Through efficient sys
lenus of publicity these acquisition.
were known to the general public,
who responded in far larger num
bers than Legler ever huped for. The
music, heavily bound, is circulated as
are the books.
"1 am convinced," declared Legler
today, "that there are hundreds of
thousands of homes in America
where classical music would be given
royal welcome if the families had
tlie means. 1 believe in music in
the homo not alone for its cultural
effect but because ilH moral effects
aro good If the music is good. 1
believe Introduction of good music
In American homes will mean ban
ishment of the smut song and smut
music forever. We made a start last
year aa an experiment. It Isn't an
experiment any longer. We will not
appeal niorely to highbrows. We
will merely insist that the music we
circulate Is of the best class. It
would be a good plan to have a
board of consors composed not of
soulful, long haired highbrows, but
of liberal minded lovers of real
music who would let In those fascin
ating, lively popular airs and songs
that do not depend wholly on their
noise, Hiiint nnd racluess to attract.
The music will bo both vocal and
instrumental."
Miss Inu Gunter has been visit
ing at tlie home of MUs Clark the
C. 1'. Nickerson made a business
trip to town this week.
.Miss Merle Gunter is expected
home soon from Curlin where she
has been staying the past two weeks
with Mrs. .Nellie Allen and family.
Mrs. .John Cleavlnger expects to
leave next Saturduy for a week's
visit with his son, Jesse, and daugh
ters, Mrs. Irvin Wisner and family,
of Springfield. She will be accom
panied by her two Bmall sons.
A large cougar was seen recently
by the small children of Ernest
Woolley near their home in the low
er settlement. It has been frequent
ly heard to scream near there. It
la thought to be a large one.
We are informed that Fred Clark
has secured work In the Joslyn mill
for the winter and that his mother
expects to move out thla week to
keep house for him,
Mr. Dowe, an old friend of Mr.
N'lckerson, came In last week for a
visit at the latter's home on South
Fork. Mr. Xickorson's son, who is
now in Lake county, In expected
about Christinas to visit his father
for an indefinite time.
Will Traylor and family have mov
ed back to their home on the "burn"
last week. Their little daughter,
Kuth, has been quite sick, but is now
entirely recovered.
Albert Teague and John Llnd came
over on the river last week, and are
now staying in the lower settlement.
jYOKCICI) KOHUCIOSL'HU S.U
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Owner has 40 acres of close in
Improved farming property, with
stock and implements, fine new 8
room house cost $1,000, old barn,
8 chicken houses, good old family
orchard, 1 acre young orchard, 2
years old; fine garden. This land
will grow clover, corn and fine
gitiins). Is ull 'fenced and cross
fenced; mostly woven wire. Lies
about ono mile from Hoseburg on
good gravelled county road. Tele
phone, close to graded city school.
Good springs, can be piped to house
and bam. Lots of timber for do
mestic purposes. Two excellent milk
cows, team of horses, wagon, harness
and buggy. Is about to be fore
closed on mortgage of $1,500, with
interest due for ono year. Owner
will sacrifice this ideally located
farm from $2,300.00 spot cash, and
give clear warranty deed and ab
stract of title. This property is
worth, at the very least, $3,600.00,
and In tne near future will make a
desirable town lot proposition. For
further particulars apply to
DOUGLAS DUOS.,
2040-n5 139 Sheridan St.
The cut out circus on page 36 of
tlie November Ladles Home Jour
nal will please the children. Got a
copy at tlie Koseburg Book Store, tf
We give S. & II.
Green Trading Stamps
with each 10 cent
purchase at our store.
JOHNSON'S DRUG STORE
Tel. 31 North Roseburg
You1 Are Entitled to the Best
AND THE
Roseburg Steam Laundry
Is where you get the best.
Try us and beconvinced.
438 N. JacKson Street
Phone 79
You Dont' Have to Go to Sea to See 5
PAT
For Cement Culverts, Cement Sewer Pipe, sizes 8
to 36 inches. Cement building foundation and
chimney blocKs. Cement sidewalKs and Cement
worn of any hind.
I have five or six houses I will sell cheap, as I want to use the
money In other business. See my burglar proof window lock, Its
O. K. See Pat'a Elastic roof paint for leaky roofs. We build, move
or repair your houses. Business buildings a specialty. Over forty
years experience In building..,
F. F. PATTERSON
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
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TO THE PUBLIC:
This beautiful addition will soon be
ready for YOU. Have you visited
OVERLOOK? If not do so at once
and note the grand view, the nearness
to the center of the city, size and beau
ty of every lot. First of its class ever
platted in Roseburg or Southern Ore
gon. Paved avenues, sewer, water,
drainage, electricity and gas. Build-
ing and other restrictions will al
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