The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920, January 15, 1919, Page 4, Image 4

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THH EVENING NKWB WHONKBPAY; JANUARY 18, 19ttt
Bargain Day!
Every day is a bargain day
with you when you come to
J. C. Penney Co. for "your
merchandise. We save you
money on every purchase.
Incorporated
FRENCH TRANSFER'COMPANY
Contracts Token and Estimates Fur
, ni&hed on All Work In Our Line.
Household Goods Promptly and
Carefully Moved
QUICK, EFFICIENT SERVICE
IT'S SOME CARi-THE
D-40" Mitchell Six
Let Us Show You
I. F. BarKer $ Co.
Roseburg Oregon
THE RETURNING YANK
Who snld to the Goddess of Liberty,
"Old girl, If you ever see me again, you'll have to turn around",
said a mouthful bo did his pal, who said to tho "Flu", Old Boy,
your turn has come. There Is preventative that prevents, and its
name Is
: EU ZO MOL
35 CENTS AND $1.00
l-'Olt SALU 11V
Nathan ' Perkins
Fullerton TJie mxoMSU Store Building
BETTER LIGHT!
j.our eyes and your business noed It.
EDISON MAZDA LAMPS
Are the most efficient Electric Lamps made.
Bold By
Douglas CountyLight and Water Co.
MAJESTIC
ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW
Matinee Every Day, 2 to 5
Evenings, - - 7:15-10:45
TODAY LAST CHANCU TO SEE
WILLIAM S. HART
WITH ALMA RUREX9 IX
"Truthful Tulliver"
BUI Hart tears the roof off Glory Hoio In a Thrilling Wostorn
Foaturo. Ho Imposos morality and a holl-ralslng community which
' knows respect for neither God, Man nor Devil.
POLLY MOHAN, RUN TTOPIX ANI OUAItUK LY.WY IX "TWO
TOlHill TKNDKltFUKT."
A Mack-Sennett Gloom Chaser in a couple of spasms, n
ADULTS iiOo. CHILIHtKN lOe
TOMORROW AND FRIDAY DOROTHY PIULUP8 I3f "THIS
GHAXD PASSION" A Woatorn Play That's A Thriller.
' SATURDAY HHHT LYTF.L IN "UXEXPKOTED FLACKS."
est quality milk. You can buy a W.
a. H. every month andi then get raUK
for less than others sell It tor. . tf
Live-wire Doings of City
Sutherlin Lady 111.
Mrs. C. S. Baker, of Sutherlin, was
admitted to Mercy hospital today
where she will receive treatment.
Return From Riddle,
Claude Riddle and family, who
have been at Riddle enjoying a brief
visit, returns here this afternoon.
Recovering From Flu.
Mrs. Corlnne Alley, who has been
confined to her home with influenza,
Is reported getting along nicely and
will soon be able to resume her du
ties at the treasurer's office.
Are Much Improved Today.
Mrs. Shellah Carroll and daughter,
who have been 111 with Influenza, are
reported much improved today and
now on the road to complete recov
ery. ,
Miss Hinklo HI With the Flu.
Miss Hazel Hinkle, of this city, was
taken to Mercy hospital last evening
where she was placed under the care
of Dr. Sether, Miss Hinkle Is ill
with influenza. I '.
Slightly Improved Today,
J. E. Runyan who is seriously ill
with appendicitis, is reported as
slightly Improved today. Mr. Run
yan is at Mercy hospital under the
care of Dr. A. F. Sether.
To Leave For California.
Chas. E. Gray will -leave this even
ing for Trinity Center, Calif., where
he has secured a position in anelectri
cal establishment. He will be Joined
by his family as soon as he gets a
location tor the household.
Buys and Adjoining Farm.
Sup't O. C. Brown today bought
or Dwight Reedi of Drain, 120 acres
of farm land adjoining his farm on
South Deer Creek. This makes a
very valuable addition to Mr. Brown's
farm.
Home From Camp Lewis.
Harold Smith, who has been sta
tioned at Camp Lewis during the
period of his enlistment, returned
here this morning, having- been dis
charged from further service with
the government.
Will Reside in Wilbur.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Dimmick of
Winston were in this city today. Mr.
DimmlcJc recently sold his farm at
Winston, to Mrs. E. B. Hermann of
this city. Mr. and Mrs. Dimmick will
move to Wilbur in the very near fu
ture, where they will reside.
Married At Dole.
Returns have been received at the
County Clerk's office of the marriage
of Charles A. Carpenter and Olca
ineresa Aison or Dole. Rev. H. M
Branham, of the M. B. Church, of
Myrtle Creek, performed the mar
riage ceremony..
Loft Hospital Today.
iiruce uarvaino, of Wilbur, who
accidentally shot himself throueh the
hand with a revolver, and who was
brought. to Mercy hospital where he
was placed under the care of Dr.
Sether, was able to leave the hospi
tal loaay.
Elected Tn rVinfrtwiK.
owners of the Roseburg water and
lleht nlnnt. nnrl ntlll huoullv
ed in timber lands on the North Ump
qua, is now a member of the house
ui luprcuuiuuuves, naving oeen elect-
uungrossman rrom Pennsylva
nia at the last alnnHmi ft tfanri.ll
is a republican.
r,prlinlfa AHiUtnltnn Will lfnn
ine regular monthly meeting of
the local Merchants Association will
he hnlri thin avanlnn, npflnn
the Rncrnttii'v In thn nn,,ina xin,tn
nal Hnnlr lliillllnir im,- ai
ouicers ior me ensuing term and mat
ters of importance to all members
will come up for discussion. A good
attendance iB desired.
Rig Tank Unroofed.
tornoon blow off a good portion of
me moini roor rrom the huge oil
tnnk at the S. P. Co. railroad yards,
and for a moment consternation
reigned thereabouts. The roof rolled
up, fell upon a pumping house, and
somewhat smashed things In general.
No one was hurt.
Ellis Miller Arrives Homo.
Ellis Miller arrived here this morn
ing from Canup Eustls, Va., where he
hns been located for some time past
in the motor cycle department of the
artillery service. Ho is back to stav
having received-Ills discharge, and is
mighty glad to be in Roseburg again
Mr. Ellis, prior to going into service
was an employee of the Roseburg
Electric Co.. of this city.
Itiillilini; and Loan Meeting.
The llmpqua Building and Loan
Asanplntlnn IIaIk nnn...in n. .1.
ly meeting last evening. Owing to
wi-uui in uiu inie jy. t;. uenson
nnil Atlantic, frnm tha .!.. t ,
- w ...a u, rjnri
Strong, both of whom acted in the
capacity of appraisers for the Asso
ciation. Assessor Guy Cordon and
Max Klmmel wore appointed to 1111
these vacancies. Several new names
wore nilded to tho Association's mora-
uerBiiip last evening.
& CITY NEWS 0
.r,-WVVuxflJ
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Grae, of Wilbur,
drove over today and spent the after
noon In Roseburg. -
Do you save as much as you should?
If not, Why not? Try. our method.
Unipqua Savings and) Loan Associa
tion. A home Institution . for home
people. Office with Douglas Abstract
Company. tf
The Ladles of the M. E. Church
will hold a window sale of home
cooking Saturday, January eighteen
in Kldd's Grocery Store. They will
have baked beans, salad, pies, cookies
and cakes. J-14
BIG WAGES AFFECT
SEATTLE, Wash., Jan. 14. Ship
yard wages and attendant extrava
gant habits Is held to be the cause
of a considerable increase in juvenile
delinquency In Seattle, as Bhown in
the anual report of the King county
juvenile court for the year 1918. Ac
cording to the report, the trouble
parents have reported, has started
when the boy received: his first big
check in the shipyards. '
For the past year 122 boys were
committed to the boy's parental
school, the largest number ever
handled by the court in one year.
Thirty-two girls were sent to the
girls' parental school.
On the other hand, the report
Bhows that active industrial condi
tions have been responsible for a
marked improvement in the care of
children.
Dutch bulbs now on sale at "The
Fern". Hyacinths, crocus, tulips, all
colors, freesla and gladioli. Mrs. F. D.
Owen, 111 West Cass street. tf
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OK
FORECLOSURE.
Notice is hereby given that by
virtue of an execution and order of
sale duly Issued out of the Circuit
Court of the State of Oregon for the
County of Douclas on the 4th day of
Siovomoor 191S, and to me directed,
upon a judgment and decree duly
rendered by said court on the 7th
day of September 1918, and which
judgment was enrolled :.nd docketed
In the office of tho clerk of said court
on the said 7th d.".y of September
id ts in sam suit then pending in
said court, wherein J. W. Ransom,
plaintiff, recovered judgment and de
cree against John W. Kerns, Jennie
Kerns and Henry Wells, defendants,
and by which execution and order of
sale I am commanded to sell tho real
property In sold execution ..nd here
inafter described to satisfy plaintiff's
judgment herein, to-wit: Tho sum
of $500.00, with interest theroon at
the rate of 8 per cent per annum
from the 11th day of Soptember 1916
until paid, together with the sum of
$33.01 taxes, together with the sum
of $50.00 attorney's fees, toeother
with plaintiff's cost and dlsbursments
Incurred herein, nnd accrued costs
upon said execution, I will, upon Sat
urday, January 25, 1919, at the hour
of ten o'clock a. m. of said date, at
tho front 'door of the county court
house at Roseburg, Douglas County,
Oregon, sell at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash in Jiand on
the ay of the sale all the right, title.
Interest and estr.te which said defend
ants, or any or either of them, or all
persons claiming under said defend
nnts or any or either of them, had In
and to the mortgage premises and
every part and .parcel tneroof on the
11th day: of August 1918, which said
real property is more particularly de-
scnoed as follows, .to-wit: Beginn
ing at a stake from which a point
16.24 chains South of the Nprtheast
corner or tne J. Q. C. Van Den Bosh
D. L. C. No. 47. T. 30. S. R. 6. W
of the W.M. bears Norther 56 degrees
East 10.02 chains: thence North 34
degree West 6.92 chains; thence
south 56 degrees West. 4.22 chains;
thence south 34 degrees East 6.92
chains; thence North 56 degrees East
4.22 chains to the place of beclnnine.
the same bolng the South one-half of
what is known as Lot 2 of the C. E.
Vest Tract, all being in DouglasCoun-
ty. Oregon, and containing two and
one-half acres, more or lens.
Said sale being subject to redemp
tion In tho mannor provided by law.
Dated this 20th day of December
1918.
GEO. K. QUIivil.
J-23 Sheriff of Douglas County, Ore.
J-23 Sheri or IT Douglas County.
SUMMONS.
In the Circuit Court of tho State
of Oregon for Douglas County. "
DIAMONDS!
Wo specialize In the kind of Dia
monds that when soldi, give abso
lute satisfaction to the purchaser.
Perfect cut, finest b'.ue white colar.
One that you can give with the
utmost confidence that no mat
ter where it Is shown, there will
be no flaws to be detected. Wo
have them from the modest Soli
taire at $25.00 to the larger and
more expensive designs.
BUBAR BROS.
. ' JEWELER
, We can serve you optically.
Jennie C. McKay, Plaintiff vs. John
H. McKay, Defendant.
To John H. McKay, the defendant
above named:
In thename of the State of Oregon
you are hereby required to appear
and answer plaintiff's complaint
against you now on file in the above
entitled Court and cause on or before
the last day of the time prescribed
in the order for publication of this
summons, to-wit: on or before the
20th day of February, 1919, saidi date
bolng -the expiration of six weeks
from the date of the first publication
of this summons, the time prescribed
for publication being once a week
for six weeks:
And if you fail so to appear and
answer, for want thereof, the plain
tiff, will apply to the Court for the
relief demanded In said complaint, a
succinct statement of which is as fol
lows, to-wit: For a decree dissolving
the bonds of matrimony now existing
between plaintiff and defendant,
awarding to plaintiff the custody, and
control of the minor children of said
marriage, the sum of Twenty-five
X$25.00) Dollars per month perma
nent alimony, and that plaintiff re
cover costs and disbursements and
have general relief.
This summons is published in the
Unupqua Valley News, a newspaper of
Roseburg, Oregon, by order of Honor
able J. W. Hamilton, Judge of the
above entitled Court, made and dated
January 4th, 1919. The date of the
nrst publication of this summons is
January 9th, 1919, andi the date of
the last publication Is February 20th,
1919. B. L. EDDY,
f-20 Attorney for Plaintiff.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
In the County Court of the State
of Oregon for Douglas County.
In the Matter of the Estate of
Marie L. Krum, Deceased.
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned! was by order of the above
court made on the 28th day of De
cember''v191S, appointed administra
tor of above named estate. All per
sons Indebted to said estate are here
by, notified to make payment to the
undersigned at the office of J. C. Ful
lerton, Douglas National Bank Build
ing, Roseburg, Oregon, and all per
sons having claims against said estate
to present the same to the under
signed administration at the same
place within six months from date of
this notice.
Dated at Roseburg, Oregon, this
31st day of December, 1918.
WILLIAM KRUM,
f-6 Administrator.
PINAL NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that the
undei-signed as administrator of the
estate of Mundane D. Butler, deceas
ed, has filed his final account with
the County Clerk for Douglas County,
Oregon, and the Hon. R. W. Marst
ers, Judge of said County, has fixed
Monday the 20th day of January.
1919, at the hour of ten o'clock in
the forenoon as the time and the
County Court Room as the place for
hearing objections, if any, to said
Final Account, rnd tor settling the
same.
Roseburg, Oregon, December 18,
1918.
A. L. BUTuR, Administrator.
5-16
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned hns been duly- appointed by
the County Cou rt of the State of Ore
gon for Douglas County, administra
tor of the ostate of Wllinm Harry
I. R. Hownrd. nf T.nnlilno- in..
was a business visitor in the city to
day.
F. H. Smith, proprlotor of the Her
rlckHouse, hns 1een quite ill for
some days with tonsllltls.
Practice thrift by retting your milk
at $3.75 a quart a nonth from Rose
burg Dairy, besides getting the high-
Early Spring Hats!
Just a Word to Let You Know That
Duds for Men
Have just received a' Spring shipment of Hats. All
colore, Greens, Claret, Grays, Blues and other shades
You Find Both
Safety and
Accessibility
By keeping your valuables in our Fire
and Burglar Proof Vault, you have '
both Safety and Accessibility. The
cost is very retsonable you can rent ..
a Safe Deposit Box for $2.00 and up
per year. , '-. -
TheRoseburg National Bank
Roseburg, Ore
Lindsey, deceased. All persons hav
ing claims against said estate are
hereby required to pre-iont the name
to me, at the Peoples Supply Com
pany, Roseburj;,' Oregon, properly
verified as required! by law, within
six months from this dato.
- Dated at Roseburg, Oregon, Janu
ary 2nd, 1919.
OSCAR J. LINDSEY,
Adminlstator of the estate of WilUam
Harry Lindsey, deceased. j-30
,WEW TODAY.
LOST Gray flllk muffler. Finder
please return to News. '
Butter-Fat
lioa. bvred!;:. la..-.- -'ato every penny ol
cau-c m.oru u.. ""-.T.'r:.ri, mit nooulai:
.profit poseidio. L,h.
l J i CnWnn tndav is toS
Here is the separator we sell because we can gmrauteo It to sklml
down to a mere trace. - mr!ent
stoK, the closest skimming, the longest!
. separator made.
CHURCHILL
IAKDWARE C
Roseburg, Oregon.
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From this fascinating maze of underground politick
it unravels the sensational romance of the Mistress
of the age. Emperor Franz Josef shows that it was
she who caused the assassination of the Archduke
Ferdinand,' heir to the Austrian throne, and then
asks, "who was the cause of the World War?"
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
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