The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920, October 30, 1913, Page 6, Image 6

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    FARMERS PUBLIC MARKET
OPEN TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS
CO'i.VKIl MAIX AXI) WASHINGTON KTKHETS
ALL KIN'IW OF I'ld'SII MI'.ITS AND I'Alt.M l'liODLCTS
iKT VOI KS TIIKItH AND KKDL'CK TIIK COS"? OK LIVING
FOIt.MKIl ItOSKIJCHG RKSIDEXT
IS 1COIII1KD AT EUGENE.
J. A. Murray, Once Maiui;er of Local
Telephone Excliange III
Victim,
CANDY HELPS
Now in (ho tlnio to make up your Holiday Candles. Wo havo ev
erything the home candy maker needs and will sell yon at whole
sale prices anything In our stack, such .as Candied Fruits, Dipping
Fruits, Miiplo Sugar, Hitter and Sweet Chocolate Coatings at 25c
the pound, the very best Walter Maker's, none better. Candy Hoxcs
in all sizes from Vfe pound up to fi pound at 3 cen(s and up, Ther
mometers, Dipping Forks, Was I'aper, in fact everything In the
Candy line. Formulas and instructions for making all kinds of
home made candy free.
Mrs. TILLIE ADAMS
820 Pine Streat
Phone 190 Party J
I'tionu IMft All work first-claw
Commercial Abstract Co
Abstracts of Title Filing Papers Prepared
Insurance, Etc'
Bonds of all Kinds Furnished
Money to Loan on Improved Farm Property
Rfinr First Tnmt Saving Hunk ltltljf
itosKiiuiio, orkgox
j The dormitory rooms In tho Y. M.
C. A. were burglarized early yester
j flay morning by a thief who went
; through the clothing of the occupants
J for louse change, but who apparent
ly touched nothing else, says tho Eu
j gene Register. Diamonds and watches
were neglected, and money In desks
! was untouched. The till on the first
fioor was not molested. Six of the
i ojcupnniH of the rooms lost a total
j of 1 1 2.52.
i The V. M C. A. authorltiea state
they have no clue to tho thief. Tho
; building was locked, and only those
rooming in the Y. M. C. A. bt iicl
; iiig are supposed to have keys. The
I burglary occurred after midnight,
I for among those whose clothes were
; rifb-d were persons who came in at
! midnight. Several were aware of a
person In their room, and one sug
gested that they turn on the light ii"
they were looking for anything,
thinking it nc of the other occu
pants, but the robbery was not real
ized until morning.
Pen H. Sell mi it was robbed of '95c
in his clothing, while his watch on
t:'e bureau and in his drawer were
untouched. J. A. Murray, local man
ager of the Pacific States Telephone
Company, lo&t $4. GO. Ray Dawson
w us tho heaviest loser with $4.9 0
missing. Jay Lewis, a local attor
ney, and a messenger named Wynne
each lost less than a dollar.
VOXCAbbA m:vs.
IT IS EASY
To'buy groceriesjif you come to our
store or call us up over the phone.
. Try it once and be satisfied.
"WE PAY CASH FOR COUNTRY PRODUCR"
The North Side Grocery
Phono 324
807 N. Jackson Street
John liarr Is home again after an
absence of several weeks at Port
land. Messrs. Winnie Gaddis and Ru
dolph Harness, of Roseburg, were
here on business the first of the
week. I
Mrs. II. C. Stearns visited at Oak-j
land a few days last week.
M rs. Pierce was at Roseburg on
business last Monday.
Win. Jonas was at Wilbur on busi
ness tho first of the week.
Abraham Caley, a Eugene capital
ist, was here on business last week.
Miss Ruth Rolfo, of Eugene, In
visiting Miss Gertrude Daugherty at
this place.
Scotty Clow has returned to his
home at Santa IJarbara, Cal., after
a visit with friends here.
Miss Lenora Harness has returned
from a visit with relatives at Eu
gene. Mrs. Monroe Wilder has returned
to her homo at this place after an
absenco of several months In Minne
sota. Oliver Jones has moved to Wilbur
where he will probably take charge
of a railroad section.
Misa Florence McClaman has gone
to Wichita, Kans., where she will
visit with relatives and friends for'
several months. j
The Ambrose Bros, are drilling a'
well for the Red Hill school district.;
L. E. Warner and wife are at Till
amook on business this week.
A. Helliwell, of Cottage Grove, was
item on peisonal business Sunday.
Gus Ft ret returned from points in
j the Willamette valley iLe first of
; tl:e week.
! Mrs. W. O. Rr.dges and daugh-(
! ter, Miss Pauline, of Oakland, vLb-j
itud with relatives here the first of
the week. j
Mrs. J. E. Clark departed ,for
Creswell the first of the week to
visit relatives. She was accompan
ied by her sister. Miss Bertha
Stratford, of Canyonvllle.
Chas. Howe, of Elkton, was a busi
ness visitor here one day last week.
M. H. Parks, of Roseburg, is visit
ing relatives in Scotts Valley.
F. M. Bachelor, of Portland, has
secured the apple orchard north of
town from Frank Waite and has a
large force of packers at work pre
paring his crop for market.
Kred Lynd, of Minneapolis, Minn.,
was here on business this week. Mr.
Lynd brought some buyers for or
chard lands with him.
Ernest Helliwell, of Roseburg,
visited with relatives here last Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. Beach, recent arriv
als from Illinois, have leased the Mc-
Bride farm on Red Hill and have;
taken possession of the same. j
Mrs. Helen Marks has returned to
her homo at Eugene after several!
days visit with Mrs. Ella Marks at!
this place.
The Misses Clara and Irma Moore j
were business visitors at Oakland the
first of the week. !
Messrs. John Kngory, George Ap-j
plegate, Sid Woodward, Chas. Steph-
ens, W. W. Wilson and others have!
recently returned from a "salmon"
trip to Seottsburg. Lots of fish. ;
W. J. "Dyke" Long, of Portland,
is here for a few days visit with rel-
atives. j
The homo of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. F. I
Kelso was blessed by the arrival of'
a baby boy on the 24th Inst, Mother1
and infant doing nicely.
Bicycles, Bicycle Tires,
Base Ball Ooods
Just received a large shipment of Bicycles. Bicycle Tires and
Bi-so Ball Goods.. Call and see what I have before you. buy
elsewhere. If you buy that Hicycle now, 1 can make It an ob
ject 10 you.
J. H. Syke's Gun Store
OPPOSITE POSTOKK1CK
ROSKIHJltG, OKKGOV
AUTO SERVICE
I will make all trains, will call
for or deliver passengers to any
part of the city. Auto for hire
for special trips or parties. Call
Phono 33fi; Residence Phono
1 S7-Y. Office at Monogram
Cigar Store.
C. F. TIAFER. Prop.
Cold Weather Is Coming
And it is time to think abent your
Winter Underwear
If vou are in need of it the GOLDEN RULE has it
Men's Shirts and Drowers, 11 pounds, in grey and
salmon 45 each
Men's Unions, sanitary fleece, extra good
quality 98 each
Men's Two-piece wool and cotton mixed,
extra good quality 69 each
Men's Wool Unions, extra good quality $1.48
Men's fine Wool Unions, extra good vuality... 1.98
We also have an extra good quality of Men's
Outside Shirts in all Colors 98
The Golden Rule Store
Roseburg, Oregon
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