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About The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 3, 1909)
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THE EVE MING NEWS
UY B. W. BATES
Yesterday was an Ideal May day.
ilt wu6 so delightfully pleasant. It
was a plain Blilrt-Bleeven day, and
.oor,.!. i.utv L'V'L'it'P unviiiv many ueuunirmiiB went uom me
Kul)Hiii)tl(ii KatcH Dully
HtreetB d reused in thltj manner. There
j were but very few fannem In from
, ihe country they had hUBine on
Fer year, by mail 13.00 ,lhe f(irM1( and were enKaKed In fall
E'er Uiuntti, deliver"
&ylaowlntf of KiHtn. From all data at
hand It Is Bit re to Buy there will be
VI 00 1 more land needed to wheat in I Join; -
Six months 1.00 eounty this fall than hasMieen the
WKDXKKIUV; NO KMIIKK tf.lUOO.
The man who lines his hands to
nwpondlnKly heavier output of wheat
after the harveHt of 1910. This
meaiiB no end of yellow money to
nil hi l.r,nrH' iHifket will seldom i " mniR.ru, una ib a Bure Kuuruniee
have anything elhe to fill his pocketB "f proHperity to the country and
elty alike ror another year, Blnce
L whun the producer la prosperous
Honey buiikd upon his reputation everybody else Is made happy,
fia h reformer in the recent election ! -
In Sun KrniielBro. Krom the relnruH
trer.i lived the votera did not believe
that regulation wan worth anything-
Tammany's tiger has scored again,
and will u L once begin sharpening
1)n r1fiwh C !;i vimr'n ilertinn imiv he
regarded hh deplorable, but it is not I shorter ho gyts,
to be looked upon as ejual to the
calamity that the election of Wililuiu
Handolplt I learnt would have been.
A man of no political and of little
mora) principle, he might continued
Tammany in oilli-e, only to learn the
'workings of ItH dirty scheme of pro
ceed lire but to make it worse.
THINGS VK THINK.
Tiie more you pull a man's leg the
For a person with his experience
Cupid makes some mighty poor hhots.
Polish is a nice thing, but It does
not change the heart of the granite
HuslncHsmnn and farmers continue
to drop in with expressions of ap
proval for general neat appearance of
and the excellent news sorvlcu ren
dered, In The Kvening News, The
clrctiJiitiiMi man Is kept on the Jump
If willing receipts can bo termed
jumping, and Iixiulrlett and requests
for advertising Hpace from the Iiuh
inesH firms are numerous. All this
Ik only an evidence that the people
are always appreciat Ive of a good
thing, and that a clemi newsy dully
ia something long needed in Hose-'
burg und Noughts county.
Snngulu ua were the hopes of the
management when The Kveningj
News was launched, our expectations
wore hardly up to the Hood tide of
approval which has been pouring in
Jroin every quarter Hlnce the llrsl
Ikhuo appeared Monday evening.
There has not been, nor will there lie
any objection! stuff allowed in these
columns. Disgusting "readers",
landing the alleged virtues of quack
remedies, fakes and fakirs will find
no favor with this joiirnal. Our ad
vertising columns are open to the
business men of tho city and county,
and to Hitch outside coucers ns have
a clean, wholesome proposition to
place before tho people, but primari
ly our greatest ambition is to give
tho public a clean live newspaper.
ono that will be welcomed in t he
bui'fnoBs office, at home and on the
The new Mayor and City Council
show a laudable disposition to do
Rood for Koschurg, and if they con
tinue as they have begurf It Is good
tor the city Hint they have been eu-
truf-tod with tho responsibilities of
rilfirc. 1ios"lnii'g Is growing rapidly
and will coiillnuu In do so. There Is
inu fViubt that it is confronting a
Krrkt er pi nt-pei it v I ban her rtt izens
have ever realized before. t:nder
the circumstances new Ideas will
cuiqo up for consideration and new
measures will be presented for cool
and eloiir-htaded action, failure to
take n right course on any of (hem
will mean loss to Hie city and Its lax
payers. Kvery effort should be made
to Increase the trade of the city, and
any nroposltinu having this end In
view nhoiild receive every encourage
ment. If this will be ever the policy
of tho coining Mayor and Council;
they will hear no complaints from
thoM- who elected them to their pres-j
The railroad's carry our burdens
hut they make their own freight
George V. Riddle, of Riddle. Ib a
buslnesa vlbltor In the city today.
Mm. M. U Oushnell Is III at her
home at O hi I la. She 1b being attend
ed by Or. K. V. Hoover of the city.
Adrian, :he little son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. h. Fisher, t 1b Buffering
from a slight attack of chicken pox.
Urs. Houck and Vinci 1 operated
on Mrs. A. M. Short at Mercy Hospi
tal yesterday afternoon. A large
tumor was removed and the -patient
is repented as resting easy.
The members of the Baptist crurch
expect to hold a "county fair" at
their edifice n.ixt week. Elab
orate preparations are being made
for the event and those who attend
will no'do.ibt be afforded plenty of
Tho city commenced tho task of
cleaning the paved streets this niorn-
I trig-, but upon starting for North
Uosebiirg with the first load refuse
the dump nart became mired In the
mud, rcHulhng li a broken tongue.
Huch Incidents apeak well for Hose-
Mr. IJ. S. Matthews, of Prlneville,
came over last week for a visit with
home folks, being a son of L. G.
Matthews of this city. The gentle
man was a welcome caller at the
News' sanctum this afternoon, and
says he experts to remain in Rose
burg a good part of the winter, but
will co back to Prlnevllle In the
A man will often stand more from
some other man's wife than he wilt
from his own.
Tho fellow who writes those "Re
flections of a Batchelor" talks like
a married man.
There are lots of workingmen In
this old world and many that have
If every person did as his con
science dictates the census enumera
tor In hades would lose his 'Job.
Von can discourse Intelligently up
on the anatomy of the family skel
eton witiiotit being a physiologist.
Tho luckiest people In this old
world are those who go after what
they want with hammer and tongs.
One who enjoys the companionship
of Innocent chfldren can not he
wholly depraved nor Irretrievably
Market reports say turkeys will he
scarce before Thanksgiving. They
will probably bo considerably scarcer
You would hardly expect a deaf
mute to bo the happiest person on
earth, but you never wasted any time
yet listening to one telling about his
troubles. j 1
When they get to making paper
out of corn, as Is now proposed, a
in mi can make eye-openers out of his
morning paper and get nbout three
sheets to the wind before breaKi'ast.
Here Is the way papers will
write up weddings r,en years hence:
"The bride looked very woll in a
traveling dress, but all eyes were
centered upon the groom. He wore
a dark suit that fitted his form per
fectly and In his dainty gloved hands
he carried a small rose.' His curly
hair was beautifully done, and a del
Icato odor of hair oil of the best
quality floated down the Isle as he
parsed. The young people will miss
him now that he Is married. Ho Is
loved by all for his many accomp
lishments, his tender grace anr his
winning ways. The bride commands
a good salary as bookkeeper and
the groom will miss none of (ho lux
uries to which he has been accus
tomed. A crowd of pretty men saw
him off at the depot. .
It must take a high education to
get out on the gridiron and kick the
slats out of some of your opponeifts
white climbing with spiked boots
over the faces of others.
If a man's church contributions
were accepted as one-tenth of his in
como for the purposes of taxation,
very few would have an opportunity
to kick of over-taxation.
If tho demand of our heiresses for
Italian titles keeps Increasing, it
won't be long befoie tho Dago han
auamcn will give a coronet as a
prcmiiin with each dozen of "do
Next fall Mars will cine within
251,000,000 miles of the earth Pre
pare to gossip over the back fence
with your neighbors In that planet.
IMi ' JliU I
Wam Shoes for Cold Weather
We have special winter-weight shoes in our new Regal
models that we recommend to anyone whose feet are sensitive to
the cold. Nothing clumsy in style cr fit about these heavy
Regal hcyr. They are so skillfully made that they, afford the
same comfort and nave the same smart appearance as a semi
dress shoe. There's one quick, sure way cf p.ocing this come
to our store and try on a pair.
are the only ready-to-wear shoes in the world that
are made in quarler-sizes. If your foot-length is just
between the half and full sizes of ordinary shoes,
Regal Shoes are the only shoes in which ycj can
secure perfect fit and comfort.
The quality of leathers and workmanship b
Regal Shoes is standard everywhere.
We are the exclusive local agents for Regalj.
$350 400 and 50
j Stmi tiirk-tut
Jttgai Utorm Boot
ATTKXTIOX. J(CMI SUPKItVISORS
I am now propared to furnish cul
vert pipe, 8. in, it, 15, 18, 20 and
'14 inch. Let me know what you
will need so i can have It hardened
and ready when you lifted It. Pat,
tne contractor. tf t
Department of the Interior, United
States Land Odlce, Koseburg, Oregon
A sufficient contest affidavit hav-
TIXI IMIOXK (101
Prompt attention given to all orders
lng been filed in this office by Char
les M. Holcomb, contestant, against
Homestead entry No. 12587, made
April 7, 190.1, for lots 1, 2 and K
Nv, section 30, township 25 S
range 2 west, Willamette Moridlan,
by Philip V. Dieckman, contestee, In
which it is alleged that said Philip
V. Dieckman has never settled upon
nor resided on said tract of laud or
made any improvements thereon;
said parties are hereby notified to
appear, respond and offer evidence
touching said allegation at 10 o'clock
a. m., on Nov. 3'), 1909, before tho
Register and Receiver at the- United
States Land Office In Roseburg, Ore
gon. The said contestant having,
in a proper affidavit filed October 12,
1909, set forth facts which show that
after due diligence personal service
of this notice cannot be made, 11 is
-hereby ordered and directed that
each notice be given by due and pro
HEXJAMIX L. EDDY, Register.
HER WEDDING CAKE
Is a thing of great Interest lo the
bride-elect, and wo are artists in
ibis lino. Wedding cikes are made
In (he most beautiful designs and
of rh h and exquisite flavor. Our
breads, rolls, plis, fancy and orna
mental cakes, etc., nro tho perfection
of tho baker's art when made at
IF SEEKING THE NEWEST YOU'LL FIND IT HERE.
It would bo worth your while
to pay n visit to the "Style
Store" .lust to view our ele
gant importation of Tailored
l outs. They ai-e all reigning
favorites, mid will npeul very
strongly to wpmcti who nppre
clnto clot lien of chariicter. To
g.'t an idea of the churn. ing
color, the real richness of the
iunlcriu-1 ami trimming of these
coats, we ask yon to come in
and try them on.
Prices Range From
$7.50 to $25.00
THK GLITTKltlXG ULAMOUIl
of our Jeweiry aispiay is matched by
the solid merit of each article shown.
Ladies' and Cents'
U. of 0.
0. A. C.
University Campus, Eugene
Friday, Nov. 19, '09
The Southern Pacific
Will make a round trip fare to
Eugene and from all stations from
Portland to Roseburg inclusive of
One and one third fare
Sale dates November 1G and 10th.
Final return limit November 20th
iiX)9. Children under 12 "aalf fare,
- See the great annual
between the two leading colleges of
For rates, schedules, etc., call on
any Southern Pacific agent or on
General Passenger Agent,
You cannot fail to admire at first
sight tho artistic beauty of the jew
eiry. And your admiration will in
crease as time proves the quality
that makes the beauty enduilug. We
would lllte to show you some especi
ally desirable examples we are sell
ing, at escpcialiy low prices.
Jeweler and Optician.
The Reliable Tailor
PROCLAMATION No. 1:- Be it known to all the good
readers of this bright new paper, and especially the
lady readers, that I have just received a fresh addition
to my stock of Phyrography goods.
There are some very attractive pieces, in fact all were
selected trith utility in view. A useful article is much
better appreciated, as a present, than simply an or
namental one. But when you combine both utility
and ornament then you have accomplished something.
Christmas will soon be here and now is the time to
begin preparation, for you cannot dodge the giving of
some present. And by and by, when the air becomes
changed with the Christmas spirit, you will not wish
to dodge, so be early in begining for the inevitable.
I have other things that are seasonable.
WITNESS: My hand and seal this day of
F. H. CHURCHILL
The Ironmonger Roseburg, Oregon
WHEN YOU'RE CHILLED
Our hot drinks will warm you up, and none better
can be made for the paTate.
Next to Postorlice.
Sure we have ladles' shirt waists,
T kimonos, long and short ones; bath
X robes, aprons, long ones with aud
without sleeves: tea aprons, black
t and white collars, and all kinds of
X neckwear, sweaters, Teddy Bear
t coats, and hoods for the babies. Also
X a lirst-class line of millinery. Our
i,c, 10c. 15c and 25c counters are
T loaded with good things.
X How do we Bell them? Why
cheaper than anybody else. Why?
f Berause our expenses are less Be a
Missouriaus: come In and let us show
Lenders In Popular Priced Gow.
Home of the lc Post Card.
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