The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920, February 26, 1919, Page 4, Image 4

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    the yrgwroq trewawBiWESPAV, February aa, ioio
Rubber Boots
For Men!
i .
SIZES 6 TO 10
PRICES LOW
Quality Best That Money Can Buy
$3.50, $3.98, $4.98, $5.50
, We Save You Money on Every Pair.
' Have Wilbur L. spaugn repair your
watches, clocks and Jewelry. All
work guaranteed one year. 604 So.
Pine Street. ;..-- , .. m-7
Individuality and distinctive styles
In bats that appeal to every woman's
personality now ready for your in
spection at the Vogue, Saturday,
March 1st. 28
We will mall you Professor Hor
ner's History of Oregon upon the re
ceipt of $2.00. Fiction Library, Rose-
burg, Oregon. r-26p
Mrs. F. B. Long returned yester
day afternoon from Los Angeles af
ter an qbsence of tbreo months from
ine cuy. ene nas taaen up ner resi
dence at her home on Douglas street.
Smart
Suits
f; V Sophomore
; v; Perfect Clothes
Young man,' what you are thinking about Is hard for us to say.
' But we rather think, your mind leans towards that new Spring
Suit. Mal.e It a Sopomore then as it will place you in the class of
. up to date dressers. ,
$25 to $60
ORCHARDISTS
ATTENTION!
Pruning knives, shears and saws. The famous iwlss shear 'Corsell
Relser' on hand, but TOode 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 rods
to. W have on hand the Bean 'Pilot' roll Is (.head of anything
yet brought out.
Continually under your control, or spray shut oft entlroly, when mov
ing from one tree to another by simply releasing pressure of hand.
Perhaps you need a whole outfit, if so, call and see No. 616, "The
ACMH" of spray machines for any orchard. i
Churchill Hardware Co.
MAJESTIC
ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW
Matinee Every Day, 2 to 5
Evenings, - - 7:15-10:45
WD AY LAST CHAKCK TO 8KB
The Greatest Interpreter of Western Holes
William S. Hart
"The Square Deal Man"
The Oamblor who wins his fight to become a respectable member
of his desert community.
"THK BVMMKR (1IK1.S." A Mack-Sennett Gloom Chnser in two
spasms. Featuring Ford Sterling rnd Louiso Fazcnda.
ADC1TS ItOo CHIIiDHHN lOe
TOMORROW AND FRIDAY HARRY OAREY IN "HRIiIi BENT."
SATURDAY MAY AI,I.ISO IV "I1RR INSPIRATION."
SUNDAY MAHIH WOICAMP IN "TONOUK'H OF FIjAMR." ,
MONDAY PRANK JvKKNAN IN "HONOR THY NAMK."
NEXT TUESDAY AND WKDNKSOAY IIII.MK RHODKS IN "THK
OIRTJ OF MY DREAMS."
CITY NEWS &
Splrella Corsets,
Phone 64-Y.
246 8. Rose St.
a-4
Mlllnery opening Citurday, March
1, at the vogue. I
History, biography and travel. Fic
tion Library. - - tf
Braids at
March 1st.
the Vogue
Saturday,
28
Safety deposit boxes, fl.OO per year
Douglas Abstract Co. , m-6
A full line of Monito Bilk hosiery
in all the leading shades of the sea
son at the Vogue.
Sulphur in sacks, lime In Darrels,
at Umpqua Valley Fruit Union, .- tf
' Diamond ' flour, made of hard
wheat, everlastingly good. Ask your
grocer about It. tf
-
Get your spray materials at the
Marstera Drug Store. tf
Artistic in design, quality, mater
ials, and carerul workmanship, are
characteristic of the hats on display
at the Vogue Saturday, March 1.
Watch for announcement of the
Sportsmen's big ball, to bo hei
soon. tf
Mrs. M. 13. Klntz and daughter,
Mrs. G. F. Beckley, left this morning
for Medford, where they will visit on
their way to California.
Plenty of money to loan on Improv
ed property. Douglas Abstract Co,
- m-o
The Ladles' Missionary Society
of the Baptist Church will hold
cooked food sale Saturday, March 1
at the Polyanna. 28
Safety deposit Doxes at -the Rose-
burg National Bank. Secure one for
the safe keeping of your bonds and
other valuables. -i-.tr.
M. H. Walter and family, left this
morning for Klamath Falls, whero
they expect to make their future
home.
Attention automobile owners-
bring your tlreB to the Roseburg Gar
age for high-class vulcanizing and re
pair work at reasonable prices, tt
Beautiful hats In henna or rust
shades. Jay blue, dust and many.
others will be shown at the Vogue
Saturday, March 1st. , ., 28
t , -
, 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. tt.
The Vogue, Satm-day, Maroh 1, will
display a beautiful line of spring and
summer mtlinery, including corect
and elegant tailored and trimmed
hats that reflect the smart and fanci
ful styles of the season made cheer
ful .by victory.
Mr. and Mrs. I. G. Broadway, who
have been visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Barker, left this
afternoon for Portland. Mrs. Broad
way has been visiting with her par
ents for several weeks and was join
ed here some (lays ago by her hus
band. - . .
Ed. 'Steading, deputy sheriff at
Drain, today arrested a resident of
Scottsburg, who gave the name of
Green, and who was endeavoring to
take a suit case of liquor to that city.
The bootlegger entered a plea of
guilty and when taken before the Jus
tlce of the peace paid a fine of $50,
No -word was received today from
S. L. DUlard, who was yesterday re
ported at the point of death in Phoe
nix. Arizona, where he is now lo
cated, and It 1b believed' that he le
Improving or some message would
have been sent here. He Is suffer
ing from a severe attack of pneu
monia.
It's lovely to he 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
If you use plenty of milk tn your
diet Phone 186 tor Good Milk. The
Roseburg Dairy. tt,
M. B. Rltter this morning rocolved
word that the body of Miss Frances
Meudor, who died yesterday ut Long
Beach, Calif., will be brought to this
city tonight. Miss Meader was for-
merly a resident of Roseburg, but
,NEW TODAY.
FOR SALE Wheat-oat hay. In
quire Allen Kirkcndall, Camas
Valley.
LOST Wntch fob with Masonic em
blem. Finder please leave at News
office.
-T-
FOR SALE Practically new Oliver
typewriter at a bargain. Its worth
the money. Inquire at News office,
COLLECTION. Reduce your profit
and loss account. Let A. A. Chap
man do your collecting. Room 1
and 2, Roseburg National Bank
Building, Rosoburg, Or. Phone 91
FOR SALE Twenty acres river bot
tom land, fine soil for prunes, al
fnlta and corn. On good graveled
road, neor town. Prlco reason
able. Address: Box 162, Riddle.
Oregon.
FOR SALE Four Al milch cows
2 Holstoln-Jersey grades, 2 pure
bred Jerseys; 8 fresh now, the
other will freshen in 8 days. Two
Duroc - Jersey boars, "defender
stock." Chas. S. Spinning. Suther-
' lin, Oregon. (Brown ranch.)
moved to California, following the
death of her mother and sister about
two years ago. Her sister, Mrs. Net
tle Davidson, will accompany the
body to Roseburg.
The -signing of the revenue bill by
President Wilson entitles each dis
charged American soldier, sailor or
marine to a bonus of $60. One of
the provisions of the bill, aB it was
passed1 by congress, entitles" each
man in the service to this amount.
P. A. Williams, formerly a'rlveter
with the Coos Bay ShipbuildlttK Co..
stopped In this city today enroute
to San Francisco. He states that
the shipyards in Coos- Bav are let
ting out a number of men each day
and that conditions are becoming
quite serious from a labor stand
point: He says that the shipyards
are still working but that the num
ber of men employed has been great
ly reaucea. -r
DAMAGE SUIT HEARD
IN .COURT TODAY
'. Testimony was taekn today In the.
circuit court in the case of Eliza
Embree vs. The H. J. Denn Transfer
Company. Mrs. Embree is seeking
to collect- damages In the sum of
17,600 which she alleges is due her
SB the result of the death of her hus
band who was injured while in the
employ of the company. Mr. Embree
was Injured while unloading wood
and later died as a result of the
wounds received It is alleged. The
wagon from which he waB working
was detective, It Is claimed, and this
caused the accident which occurred
when the vehicle started to back
down grade and overturned, pin
ning tne man Deneath the load. The
wagon was in need of repairs, ac
cording to the allegations made, and
that temporary and unenfe repairs
nad been attempted by the use of bal
ing wire. It Is also said that the
brakes were defective due to careless
and neglect on the part of the com-;
pnny. . - -
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APPROVES VICTORY!. LOAN.
WASHINGTON. Feb. i' 26. The
house today passed the victory loan
bill. .
LIST OF CLAIMS FOR
General Fund:
C. W. Carpenter, Wood for
Court House S136.00
Edward Holmes, surveying.... 6.00
Harold Bowman, surveying;.... 4.50
J. I: Chapman, viewing!........ 28.80
M. B. Germond, viewing. : .60
Geo. K.Quine, Prisoner's fare 1.30
George L. Humphreys, ' serv
ices, Sheriffs -office 12.00
G. N.RIddle, service tax offlce 16.25
Ed. CockelreaB, services', tax
offlce ....; 91.00
Hobart E. Brown, Tax Exten
sion, assessor . 60.00
W. G. Rochester, services,
91.00
Our Diamond Ring
, Assortment
is worthy of your choice -diamonds
pure of color and
great brilliancy are shown.
Your Inspection of these
beautiful gems solicited..
BUBAR BROS.
. Roseburg, Oregon.
C. W. Carpentor, surveying
James Kvan, surveying. .........
J. B. Large, Viewing.....
F. J. Smith, Viewing
Mrs. E. L. Wamsley, pall
Rent, elec
T. A. Raffety, Prem. Sheriff's
Bond
N. E. Brown, work tax office
G. B. Wardwell, services tax
offlce
Ralph R. Qulne, work in tax
offlce :
G.: N; Riddle, Tax Extension
Ray Ward, fax Extension,
assessor , 76.00
W. H. Russell, Tax Extension
assessor .. 70.00
Rice ft Rice, Prem. on Bonds 30.00
A. J. Lllburn ft Son, supplies 60.56
F. F. Patterson, Supt. Garage
P. H 6.20
Bushong ft Co., supplies....:... 32.00
Roseburg Plumb. & Heat. Co.
Supplies, Labor. 16.61
Fred Bowen, Labor in Garage
Court House -, 45.00
J. F. Barker & Co., wood for
Court House -60.00
Douglas Co. Light ft ' Water
Co., Service Co. Home -Court
House '. 39.70
C. M. Griffith, Juror J. P. Ct. 2.00
Edgar Walker, Juror, J- P Ct. - '3;00
Victor Phipps, Juror J. P. Ct. 2.00
H. 3. Church, Juror, J. P. Ct. . 2.00
J. S. Gray, Juror J P Pt 3.00
A. Janello, Juror J. P Ct. 2.00
F. W. DiUard, Constable foe
J. P. Ct 18.34
Dr. A. F. Sether, Serv. Cor- -N-
oner ; 26.00
R. Ella Dickorson, 8 Grade
Exam. Sch. Sunt 7.00
A. E. Street, School Super- ,
visor, sch. supt 140.00
Wilt. Brown, School Super
visor 110.00
Dr. K. L. Miller, services for
Health Dopt 66.00
Ford Garage, supplies Fruit
inspector 48.45
Sanitary Dairy, Suplles Co.,
Home Indlg 1.36
0. Mathews, Supplies Co.,
Home Indlg 19.26
Helen Vlnlng, Services, Co.,
Home Indlg 18.00
Hamilton Drug Co., Supplies
Indlg. Account 20.00
Talbot & Slater, Supl. Indlg.
Account 10.00
Geo. K. Qnine, Prisoner's
Bonrd, Jail Account......;..... 67.20
E. H. Smith, auto hire, Juv. 8.00
Stearns & Chenoweth, Sup-
piles, ferries 44.30
Irwin Hodson Co., Suppl. Co.,
officers 8.00
Postal Tel. Co., services, cur
rent expenses .60
H. J. Denn, services, school
Sunt 1.00
The Evening News, services,
county offices 146.40
H. ft M. C. Co., s'ipplles,(Qor-
montll, our. Bxnense..., 4.00
Roseburg Book Store, Sup
plies, County offices 74.35
W. DUlard, Services Con
stable 7.22
Cass Street Market, Supplies
Co. Home 21.00
Calapool'a Tele. Co., services 1.60
W. R. Roberts, Services In
sane 4.00
G. B. Wardwell, Tex Exten-
sion, assessor.
Woodley Stephenson, Tax 'Ex
tension Rita K. Cob, work, assessor
Roseburg Elec. Co., services
: and supplies...
Roseburg Plumbing ft Heat
ing, Repairs
j. F. Barker & Co., wood,
Court House .....
Page- Inv. - Co:, Lumber for,
Garage Court House '
B. S. Nichols, Labor Garage
Court House
Churchill Hdw. Co.A supplies
Court House
Perkins Bldg., rent fruit Ins.)
J. M. Martin, drawing Jury
J. P. Court
Ira Miles, Juror J. P. Court...
G. S. Clayton, Juror J. P. Ct.
Ira B. Riddle, Juror, J. P. Ct
S. J. Jones, Juror J. P. Ct
Ernest Haskell, Juror J. P.
Court.....
Ira B. ' Riddle, Justice fees
Justice Court
M. E. Ritter, service Coroner
Dr. B. R. Shoemaker,, service
Coroner
Sutherlln Sun, Printing, 8th
Grade Exam
Mrs. O. C-Brown, work Supt.
offlce , .
0. C. Brown, Expenses, Supt.
office
Earl Pearcy, Fruit Ins'pector
Mercy Hospital, service Indlg
H. C. Whtham, Supplies Co.
Home, Indlg
Mrs. Martha Patterson, serv.
County Home Indlg
Pickens Bros., Supplies,
Indlg. Account
Longsden Bros., supplies Ind.
Account
J. A. Bridges, Supplies Indlg.
Acount j.
W. S. Howard, Supplies, Ind.
Account
Red Cross Pharmacy, Sup
plies, Indig. Account
Roseburg, Model Bakery,
Supplies Co. Home
1. Abraham, Supplies, Indlg.
ft Juvenile.
Dr. Lucette Smith, (service
Juvenile
Agnes M. Pltchford, Exp. juv.
Glass ft Prudhomme C, Sup
plies, Clerk
N. H. Lenox, Express postage
etc
Western Union Tele. Co.,
Serv, Current Exn
Review Publ. Co., print
Marsters Drug Co., Supplies
iH. ft N. C. Co., Supplies
(Trans, ft Sch. Supt.)
State of Oregon, Hoff., Fire
Patrol
B. F. Shields, Auto Hire ...
F. C. Frcar, Survey DIgna
Road
Geo. K. Qulne, Expenses
K. Id. Whipple, Prem, on !
Bonds ft Pol i.
Road Funds: -
R. N. Clarke, labor....:.:.:.:;""'
O. Mohr, labor.......... ....
F. Gorrell, labor.
' (To Be Continued.)
6.76
6.00
. 36.20
24.00
5.00
175.00
16.25
3.60
98.00
' 36.00
15.00
72.00
' 24.00
11.56
' 1.26
40.00
169.73
. 47.76
19.66
10.00
3.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
36.05
', 48.00
' 6.Q0
1.46
20.76
17.05
135.00
39.50
13.85
6.00
60.23
5.00
10.00
1.75
9.96
4.69
26.20
2.50
10.96
178.60
4.88
5.63
35.50
6.70
. 7.50
305.36
15.00
8.75
2.00
80.83
11.75
i 1.60
. 6.00
The People's Confidence
The Roseburg National Bank enjoys the confidence of the
people, and is always pleased to serve them with prompt
ness and efficiency.. This is a good place for your work
ing capital account,;
V
The Roseburg National Bank
i ; yoseburg.Ore '
x
Harley-Daviason Motorcycles, Bl
cycles, Sidecars and Sidevans. Guar
anteed second hand machines. Lib
erty bonds taken at face value, 204
West Douglas St, Roseburg. m-3
Richard Wlllett, of the Douglas
County Creamery, left this morning
for Oakland and' vicinity, where he
spent the day attending to business
matters.
-,ir A-.irmrMHfmnnnnm,m,,ii-nn,'in. 'imWimmrmnf
ar..i. r j.t- Tr il r rti..
Has come many a true saying, and It behooves you to be careful
of what goes Into' the mouth of '
Your Babe
Is the stomach eour? Correct it. Correct it at once not with the
slightest trace of opium, morphine, or other poisons, but with that ,
purest of baby remedies (
Rexall Neutralizing Cordial
25C ., , ' :
Nathan tin Perkins
Fullerton - TJie yexoa Store BuUding
Antlers Theatre
TODAY ONLY!
NORMA TALM ADGE
IN
"By Eight of Purchase"
Norma Talmadge follows her rcent smashing success in "Ghost of
Yesterday" with a Bmart Bociety-drama, "By Right of Purchase,",
ably directed, sumptuqusly staged, and superbly cast. With James
Montgomery Flagg Coinedy; Hick Manhattan featuring Peggy Hop
kins. . -1-' ;
Children 10c ..ADMISSION
Adults 20c
TOMORROW AND THURSDAY
"The Fall of Barbary Coast"
The Sportsmen's 3rd Annual Ball
at Armory, Friday Evening, February 28th
Otfs Orchestra
Will Furnish the Music
New favor dancea appropriate to the occasion will be given. ,-
The Dancers Will be Treated
to maaiy amusing stunts that will cause explosions of laughter.
It Will Be An Informal Joyous
, Event for Everybody
Admission for Gentlemen and lady $1.00; extra ladies, 25 cent.
Gallery 10 Cents.
A corps of popular floor managers will see that every one who wants
.to dance will have a chance.
Antlers Theatre
TODAY AND TOMORROW
-., MATINEE 2:15, NIGHT 7:15
Paul Smith's Colossal Triumph
The Fall
ADMISSION 10c
of Bar
oast
ADMISSION 25c