The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920, February 04, 1919, Page 4, Image 4

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rB BYTO1WQ NWt yt'KSDAY, IPKltRt'AnV 4, iBlft,
Rubber Boots
For Men !
' - SIZES 6 TO 10
Quality Best That Money Can Buy
$3.50, $3.98, $4.98, $5.50
We Save You Money on Every Pair.
M Incorporated & 1
IDo you know that Nine Tenths of our headache troubles are
caused by eyestrain, and can be relieved by a correct fitting pair
of glasses. You may see perfectly though painfully, if so your
eyes need attention and need it 'badly, if they aro to lost. So
k it would l)e wise to have them examined and glasses fitted, and
I" the Best Place io
Where Poor Eyos and Good Glasses Meet.
Pruning knives, shears and saws. The famous Swiss shear 'Corsell
Relsor' on hand, but mode In the good old U. S. A. and priced at
only $3.60.
And how about that spray rig.. Do you need repairs in way of rodB
etc. We hare on hand the Doan 'Pilot' rot1 is i.head of anything
yet brought out.
Continually under your control, or spray shut off entlruly, when mov
ing from one tree to another by simply releasing pressure of hand.
PerhapB you need a whulo outfit, If so, call and see No. 615, "The
ACME" of spray machlnoB for any orchard.
Churchill Hardware Co.
Matinee Every Day, 2 to 5
Evenings, - - 7:15-10:45
In The Triumph of Hor Career.
'Eye for Eye'
From Homy Klstonnockor's Drama IOCC'DENT."
Seven acts that portray evory limiian emotion nnd thrill.
ATTKXTIONI Attend our Mntinooa nt 2:15 o'clock and avoid the
crowds at night.
Adults 20c Children 10c
Sumo Program Again Tomorrow.
Live-wire Doings of City
?iJuU''""M""n"irnririri"irVirrii - -rri-i-n"
Recovered from Flu. '
Miss Dorothy Bartrum, who has
been quite 111 with influenza. Is re
ported to be entirely recovered.
Will Visit Daughter.
Mrs. Jennie Cook, left this morning
for Vancouver, where she will visit
for a week or ton days with her
Rock from Portland,
- Carl Black returned this morning
from Cortland, where he has been
spending several days visiting with
Will Undergo Operation.
Miss Grace Lloyd, a local S.P. steno
grapher, entered Mercy Hosltal yes
terday, and will undergo an operation
for appendicitis.
Rack From
Rev. C. H. Hilton, who preached
at the Christian Church in Eugene,
last Sunday, returned to his home In
Roseburg this morning.
WiR Attend Funeral.
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Crow left this
morning for Oakland, where they will
attend the funeral of Miss Viola
Sparks, a sister of Mrs. Crow.
Resumes Former Position.
Ellis Miller, who until recently has
been in the service, with the 27th
Coast Artillery, has returned to his
former position with the Roseburg
Electric Company.
Miss Sinker Returns Home.
Miss Lucy Spiker, who has been
spending several days in this city
visiting with friends, left this morn-
ign for her home at Olendalo.
Returns to Portlands
Mrs. Stella Webster, who has been
here during the serious Illness and
death of Mrs. W. E. Atterbury. left
this morning for her home at Port
Rotiirn to Oakland.
Mrs. D. E. Vernon and daughter
Katherlne, who have been visiting at
the home of M. M. Wakefield, return
ed this morning to their home at
(Joes to Eugene.
Mrs. G. W. Sparks, departed this
morning for Eugene, where she has
relatives with whom she will spend
a few days, later she will go on to
Portland for a visit with her daughter
Mrs. Maude Andrews.
Going to California.
W. H. Tallman and wife, of Monta
na, who have been visiting in Rose
burg for several days, left this morn
ing for California points, where they
will spond the remainder of the win
fulled to Wulla Walla.
Elder J. A. Rlppey, president of
tlio Southern Oregon Conference of
S. D. A., was summoned to College
Place, Walla Walla, by tlcgram, early
Sunday morning and left on the af
ternoon train.
Will Locate- in Frisco.
Earlcourlt Stewart, who only recent
ly returned from Toxas, where he was
in the aviation service, left this morn
ing for San Francisco, where he ex
pects to locate. He says, he soon
oxpocts to got back into the flying
game in a commercial way.
Building Iloliur Improved.
Contractor B. S. Nichols is engaged
today in taking out the front of the
building recently purchased by Mayor
D. J. Stewart. The front will be
lowored to street lovel nnd will be
generally improved.
(irl Is Honored.
Miss Anna Woodward, daughter of
Mrs. F. J. Woodward of this city,
has been made Secretary of one at
the societies of the Oregon Agricul
tural College, where she is studying,
She Is the only girl at the college
who Is taking the course in mineral
ogy. Airs. Wlso Improving.
Mrs. .1. W. Wiso of Yoncalla, who
has boon quite 111 at Mercy Hospital
Is reported to bo much Improved and
will Boon be able to lcavo that insti
tution. Hor dnughter, Mrs. Ralph
Davis, of Grants Pass, Is hero with
l,crt. for Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Hen. C. Wood, who
have been visiting relatives here for
the past three weeks, loft yesterday
nftornoon for Portlnnd, and from
thoro will go on to Ostrander, Wash.,
where Mr. Wood Is In charge of the
commissary of the Ostrander Mill Co.,
one of the big concerns of that state.
While here thoy disposed of their
city proporty.
Three. Flu Cftst-ei.
Three new flu cases were roported
to City Health Officer Shoemaker
Sunday, representing tho spread of
the disease ovor the Snbhnth. All tho
csbos aro much lighter than any for
mer appearances and It Is thought
that It Is on the wnne, not only in
numbers but serlousiless. Those re
ported are Clarence and Floyd
Church and C. M. Pago.
tha officer is on furlough. During
his stop In this city he visited with
Mrs. Goorge 13. Houck, who has boon
a friend of the family for many years,
Roturns to Yoncalla. ., . '
Mrs. S. M. Woodward, who has
been visiting In this city for several
days at the home of Mrs. F. J. Wood
ward, return-ed to hor home at Yon
calla this morning.
Will Meet Tonight.
The Roseburg Music Club will meet
tonight at the home of Miss Frances
Parslow, and they have an excellent
program arranged for the occasion
The feature will be Irish and Scotch
folk songs In costume. I
Exhibition of War Troubles.
Harth's Toggery is today exhibit
ing a number of war trophies sent
home by Julius Riddle. They include
shoulder straps, helmets, knapsacks
etc., taken form the battlefields
of Europe.
Funeral Held Tomorrow.
Funeral services for the late Pllnn
Cooper will be held at the Baptist
cnurcn at 2 o'clock tomorrow, Wed.
nesday, and will be under the auu
pices of the Masonic order.
Get Letters From Son.
Conductor and Mrs. Ben Maddox
have received a letter from their son,
Woodson, who is a member of the
135th Aero Squadron, In which he
states that he expects to return to
the states Boon. He is now mechanic-
al chauffer for the colonel of the
organization and enjoys his work
great deal.
India Missionary Here.
Elder Mark Comer, of Cottage
Grove, but until a few months ago
a missionary in India, having been
sent out by the Seventh Day Advent
Ists people, Is in the city, for a short
visit. Elder Comer spent the week
end at Grants Pass in the interest of
church work, and will resume his
vlBit north today. He will probably
return to the mission fields next
Returns for Summer.
Miss Lillian Krogel, who has been
employed at the shipyards at Seattle
for several months, arrived In this
city this morning and will spend the
spring and summer months at the
home of hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. O.
F. Krogel. She states that there is
a great deal of excitement in Seattle
over the present labor conditions and
that serious trouble is expected.
School Board Meets.
. A call meeting of the school board
was held yesterday afternoon at G
o'clock for the purpose of consider
ing a few minor matters and allow
ing the monthly bills. The board met
with Supt. Smith, who Is able to be
about again after a serious illness.
and matters needing attention were
arranged safisfacorlly. Nothing of
arrangea satisfactorily. Nothing of
Mrs. Hitter Entertained.
, Mrs. M. E. Ritter, Sunday evening
entertained a number of her friends
with a delightful 6 o'clock luncheon.
The home was tastefully decorated
in pussy willow and flowers and was
very beautiful. Those enjoying the
evening were: Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Heinline, Mrs. L. C. Heinline, Mr,
and Mrs. J. K. Falbe nnd dauehter.
Helen, Mrs. Caroline Willis. Mr. and
Mrs. l,. u. Evans, Mr. and Mrs. M.
E. Ritter and son Morrill.
Evidence Taken Today.
Evidence was taken in the circuit
court today in the matter of the cus
tody of the minor children of Mrs,
Joe Abeene. Wm. H. Clark, Mrs.
Aoeene s divorced husband. Is en
denvorlng to secure custody of- the
cnunren and Introduced evidence In
an effort to prove her unfit to care
for them. Judge Hamilton, decided
that for .the present, the children
siioulu be left in the charge of Mrs.
v. j. Tester, who now is taking care
or tnem and Btated althoueh he dis
liked to take the children from eith
er of the parents he thought it best
mat neither of them should have
(By Associated Press.)
SALEM. Feb. 4. Several bills
were adopted today In both houses.
Among thehi were house bills by Mc
Farland, amending denttsts licenses
nnd examinations and raising fees.
By joint ways and means commit'.eo,
raising salaries of the medical as
sistants at - hospitals for insane at
Salem and Pendleton. By Martin, In
creasing tho salary of insurance com
missioner to $3600 por year.
The senate passed the bill suggest
ed by the Douglas counly delegation
to allow all livestock, excepting goats
and swine, to run nt large.
LOST Package containing nlcht
gown. Left In auto. Finder please
leave at Howards shoe shop.
Xnvy Officer Visit.
Francis Yornn, Bon of Col. Yoran of
Kugone, who commanded the 2nd
Company of Oregon Valunteors dur
ing the Philippine Insurrection, pass
od through this city Sunday on his
way to visit his parents for a day,
after a visit with his wife In Califor
nia.. The young mnn is assistant
paymaster on board the transport J FOR SALE. -Late
hoontgon der Nederlands nnd has
crossod the Atlantic many times. Ow
ing to tha strain on the boilers of
his vessel It Is being repaired and
during the time that It Is In harbor.
special meeting Laurel Lodge
3, A. R & A. M will be held
In the Masonic Temple, Wednesday,
Feb. 5. at 1:30 p. m., for the pur
pose of attending and conducting the
funornl of our Brother Plinn Cooper.
By order of W. M.
W. F. HARRIS. Secretary.
j ..0 CITY NEWS ' 'iigfip3'
' Encyclopedia
Fiction Library,
FIrBt after- the war special 36c
value toothbrushes at 19c. The Rex-
all Drug Store. tf.
Ernest Short of Wilbur spent
Monday in this city visiting and
looking after business affairs.
B - 4 - V buy a farm, C J. A. Walker,
Roseburg National Bank Bldg., roam
i, up-stairs. - tl
L. F." Dusenberry, of' Idaho, has
(purchased the Ruden farm of 80
acres located near Winchester.
Hurry, hurry get some of those
nice white oats from Judd1 before
they are all gone. f-
Vesta Kruso, left this morning for
Cottage Grove and Eugene where she
will visit for a few nays.
If you want to sell your Farm or
City Proporty, see Walker, room1 2,
up-etairs Roseburg National Bank
Building. tt
Mrs. E. M. Gates and Miss Ruby
Ellis, departed this morning for a
visit with friends at Divide.
Attention automobile owners
bring your tires to the Roseburg Oar
age for high-class vulcanizing and re.
wilr work at reasonable prices. tt
Mrs. F. L. Johnson left this morn
ing for Salem, where she 'will visit
for a week or ten days with her sister.
The Jbiggtest sack for the least
money. Get Judd's prices and the
weight of the sack before you buy
feed. f-3
C. B. Baker as bought a house
and two lots in North Roseburg and
expects to make his home there in the
There is a joy in going without
things but a greater Joy In getting
good things at the right price. All
sodas at pre-war prices. Roseburg
soda Works. Phone 186. tf.
Dr. Geo. C. Knott and wife, of the
city of Glendale, were uoseburg vis
itors for a few hours today.
Harley-Davidson Motorcycles, Bi
cycles, Sidecars and Sidevans. Guar
anteed second hand machines. Lib
erty bonds taken at face. value. 204
West Douglas St, Roseburg. m-3.
:A 7-year-old Filbert tree In Marshal
Shambrook's yard in North Roseburg
iruitea tnis year oulte freely, and
about one hundred nuts of fine qual
ity were picked. .Experts allege that
this is a good showing and shows the
country well adapted to Filbert grow
It's lovely to be able to walk, to
run, to carry your own grip, sleep
hard and breathe deeply, and to look
everybody in the eye with a look
which says that you can take care
of yourself. You can do all of these
it you use plenty of milk in vour
oiei r-none ist for uood Milk. The
Roseburg Dairy. tf.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been by tho County
uourt of Douglas County. Oregon..
appointed administratrix of the estate
of E. C. Benson, Deceased. All rner-
sons naving claims against said estate
are .required to present the same.
with the proper vouchers, within six
months ifrom date of this notice, to
th3 undersigned, at No. 120 Brock
way Street, Roseburg, Oregon, or at
tne otnee or Ira B. Kiddle, Room No,
11 Douglas National Hank Building,
Roseburg, Oregon.
Dated this 16th day of January,
Administratrix of the estate of E. C.
Benson, Deceased.
f-13 Attorney for Estate.
Be a Joy-Walker,
"Gefs-irfor Corns
2 Drops, 2 Seconds-Corn It Doomed!
When you almost die with your
hoes on and corns make you almost
walk sideways to get away from
the pain, take a vacation for a min
ute or two and apply a or 1 drops
FOR SALE Oliver typewriter, latest
model, practically new. Inquire at
News office.
1918 Maxwell
touring car, looks now and In first
class condition. Price $700. Owner
leaving town. Will consider some
terms. C. E. Mlchelson, Umpqua
"Mr Corns PmI Omsj Off, Willi 'Get!? "I
of the world's magic and only gen.
ulne corn-peeler, "Oets-It." Then,
and then only, will you be sure that
your corn will loosen from your toe
o that you can peel It right oft
gloriously easy with your fingers.
Take no chances of continued pain
and soreness why use greasy. Irri
tating salves, plasters that shift
and press Into the "quick," raiors
and "diggers" that make corns bleed .
and also grow faster? Use painless,
easy, always sure "Gets-It." There's
only one like It In the world that's
"Oets-It." Millions have tried and
O. K.'d It for years. It never falls.
"Gets-It." the guaranteed, money
back com-remover, the only sure
war. oosts but a trifle at any draff store.
MTd by S. Lawrence & Co. Chicago. 111.
Sold In Roseburg and recommend
ed oa the world's best corn remedy
by Nathan Fullertoo.
Better Work and
'.A. More Of It
That Is the demand of the hour in successful commercial
enterprise. It is not only an aim but a fixed determina
tion to reach a definite object. . The progressive mer
chant, manufacturer, farmer, or business man realizes
. the importance and prestige of a good banking connec
tion. One that can be depended upon for safety and
service is the Roseburg National Bank which invites
your Checking Account. . , --1.
ThePoseburgNational Bank
Roseburg, Ore
The housewife, looking to the family health, will buy where she can
tot Fresh, Clean Groceries. Oar Stock Is Clean and Sanitarily Kept
nd all goods are of the best manufacture. Orderi personally look
ed after.
Something Wrong
Take an invontory of your self. You feel sure that something is
wrong, and you are not fully satisfied with your appearance. No
doubt your shoes begin to show signs of hard wear. If not the
shoes, then perhaps your suit or hat. " -
Your suit may be good, but it the shoes or hat are out of shape,
then that suit also looki.bad. It works both ways, You will be
Interested to know that Spring Duds are, now belnr shown at
Antlers Theatre
Kitty Gordon
The Medium
Miss Gordon wears a bewildering succession of eowns and the part
of the siren who numbers her victims by the dozen suits the su
perb beauty to perfection. In the cast are such well-known picture
players as Lowell Sherman, Grant Hitchcock, Joyce Fair, ,. Grace
Blow, Gor'don Harris and Frank Goldsmith.
With Twede Dan 2-Reel Comedy
"His Golden Romance"
Adults 20c
Children 10c
10c-20c Admission 10c-25c
The Cataclysmic Romance of Primeval man and Modern Maid
mlast Jungle Wilds and Palaces. .Quoted as the Sensation Epic of
American Fiction. With