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About The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 5, 1909)
THE KVE.VnfO NEWS KKIIMV, NOVKMilKIt B, t(K)l)
HY B. W. DATES
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J'or month, dxllvwnd 00
Pfii' year J2.00
Six inunths 1U
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Tho man who la always shooting
off IiIb mouth Koldom makes a It 111
lng. Them's alwuyn a nond many -ix'o-))lo
who keen th Ualanc-'j f the coni
niiiiilty wondering how they live bo
In (ho daya of low? ano wo used to
have Inlh'mtnaikm of tho buwela and
murder. Nowa-laya we have appendl
iltiK and "furor tranaltorli us." The
world do move.
The rumor that came by telegraph
this inornliiK thai. ex-I'reHldent
VnoHnvelt mid been killed, in Hie
junuli s i:f friru, eaiiKed iiille a hi li
nn the HlreetH. but not to the extent
Rir:h a rumor would have done hud
It tome while he wan iiniaideut. An
other evldenee that olllee has much
to do Willi Hie until III America.
Kviii ylindy si eiiis to he vers busy
mound thin ilaoe," remarked a
gcntlciniin who (Implied In to order
The Kvenlmr News. llusyV Well.
yes. Hut lhal la what wa are here
for, ho Just continue to stop In. We'll
find llcsiiro Tor a cordial worn ami
time to write your subscription re
ceipt for the best dally paper In
Couutjr Court Ortlcrfe.
In the matter of the balance of
the road apportionment from the
general road fund to tho aevoral
road districts. It la ordered that
one-half of one mill on the assessed
valuation be apportioned to each
road district. Tho clerk was ordered
to draw a vvarrunt on 'the Kcnerai
road fund for the amount due each
In tho matter of the petition of
K. Marshal and others for tho loca
tion of a county road in district No.
51. commencing at a point 1:1.68
chains north and 4.20 chains went of
the SK corner of section lis. tp. ;U,
S. It. 2 W. and terminating at a point
28. '13 chains due west of V corner,
common to sections 3 and 4, twp. 30,
3. it.. 2 west. Ordered that the same
be continued until January, 1910.
In the matter of a deed from I'red
Scllmrt and wife for a curtain strip
of land for a county road in district
No. 44. Ordered that the board of
county road viewers make a report
CAKI'KTS and IlL'OS.
Our stock of Carpels and Riiks
! complete up to date. Ingrain
carpets at 30c, 4 3c, 00c, Tibe., 60c,
7!ic. and Wic per yard. Hugs in room
Mze from $i;.3.i, In all wool, to $35.
Complete line of all classes of
II. W. STKOXO,
The I' urnil lire Man.
Ing to himself so many of the virtues
that make the man of affairs.
Ever ready to right his wrongs:
truthful, possessed of a charitable
disposition, constantly reaching out
for tho things most useful, always
che3rfiil,- we do not wonder at the
profusenesH of the last tributes of
respect paid him.
His posessirns wer3 not of this
world: His material gatherings were
yet to come, but ho leaves behind
an estate wortli more to humanity
than the wealth of kings or the
peurls of tho sea.
Ills short life's record is as a peb
ble thrown upon the great sea of so
ciety, producing at first but a ripple
upon tho waves, which will widen
and widen unto tho eternal shore.
In the language of Gray:
Full many a gem of noble ray serene
The dark unfathonied caves of
Full may a flower Is born to blush
And wuste lla sweetness on des
Ilalrvlng Ih iiii industry Hint has,
as vot.'been given little attention in
Jloiiglas county, but In every instance
where tho business Is followed In
telligently the farmer lias found a
pining proposition. Shipping facili
ties within the whole county are
fnlrlv good, and most far ib in the
Vallovs tributary to railway can get
their product to market within a very
few hours. There are at present
threo crcnmcrloH in Douglas county,
one at CarJiner. the second ut Oak
land, and the thtid, perhaps the old
est and lamest institution of Its kind
in the county, at itoseburg. These
creameries pay tho highest market
price In 1'uhIi for cream, and each
has a capacity for much more than
they are at preaent getting. Call In
do exceptionally well In our taction
of tho slate, and Ihe cost or feed,
on neocunt of Hie griulng afforded, 1b
reduced lo a minimum. A few cows
well cared ror will bring in more
ready cash a month than most any
liUKlliess the farmer of small capital
can engage In. The county offers,
exceptlanl opportunities for Ihose who
would engage in HilB work, and Doug
Ins county dairy products should ng
gregnto hundreilB of thousands of
dollars annually. '
Clifford Otto Strong, born Novem
ber 2B, 1K92. died at Myrtle Creek,
Oregon. October 30. 1909, aged II)
years. It months and 5 days.
In the mere dawn of the day of his
usefulue-is. Just us tho top of the
seventeenth mile post appeared above
Ihe horizon; In Bight of battle lino
While his feet were yet upon the
threshold of IITe's achievements, tho
Great Commander spoke, and his
spirit took Its lllgbt to Him who gave
A diligent student from childhood,
a charitable disposition, a natural
broad conception of the duties con
fronting him, had placed In his grasp
ihe key to a brilliant future. Hut
I'rovldence decreed that the voice be
still, though Ills Influence shall con
tinue to guide other young men to
a higher and wider view of life's du
ties. tils life like (he roBe, had begun
to open into full bloom when the
- i 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 came. It ceased Its growth
and droppod to earth leaving to man
kind naught but memories of its
Wo console our grief with the
thought that his life though short
was full or successful efforts. Few
minds as young as bis possessed so
many ot tho powers that go to nuiae
up a useful career.
The writer bus hud tho opportuni
ty of observing closely every phase
of his disposition for four years of
almost constant companionship. We
had many heart lo heart talks upon
the great problems of life, and I can
irullifully say that I have observed
few young men his equal In gather-
I'rompt intention given to all ortlei'N
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 clumsv in stvle cr fit about thpse heaw
1heV are so skillfllllv rn.l'le that tiietf affnrrl trtn
same cormort and nave the same smart appearance as a semi
dress shoe. There's one quick, sure way of p-;ocing this come
to our store and try on a pair.
are the only ready-to-wear shoes in
are made in quarter-sizes. If your foot-lcnzth
L. .1 L I, I r ll r ,. "
uciween me nan ana IuII.iizm ot ordir
Regal Shoes are the only shoes in whic
secure perfect fit and comfort.
The quality of leathers and wort
Regal Shoes is standard everywhere.
We are the ex Jusive local agents fi
wo.y that As rr E t
h ycu a-n f'f ( 3 ' 1
manship ia VrV' i i
r Regals. . v3 I jj I $
. -My 1
'egai Storm Bwt
U. of 0.
0. A. C.
LOANS, REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE.
Do you want to build you a homo and pity for it in small
monthly payments anil low rate of interest?
Do you want to pay oir your mortgage and have long time,
easy payments and low rate of interest to pay back loan in?
Do you want to buy a home in Koseburg, a nice acre tract
near town or a good ranch near a good market and in good lo
cality? Do you want to sell your property?
Do vou want to instiro your building in one of the best
;heapost companies in tho I S.?
, if and chenpost companm
If So See WALKER a
Koom 1, Hell Sisters lluilding. -:-
PERRINE, Roseburg Ore.
:- K. II. l'EKKINK, Notary Public.
HER WEDDING CAKE
In n thing of grunt lnteivst (o tho
l)dili,-i'!ect, and wo tire a rtihta in
Mhis line. Wedding- cikcs aro made
In tho most heautiful designs und
of rkh and exquisite fluvor. Our
liroiidH, rolls, plis, funcy and orua
monlnl ciikes, etc., nro tho perTi'i'lton
of tlio liukur'a art wiion made tft
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 Itoseburg inclusive of
One and one third fare
Sale dates November 16 and 19th
Final return limit November 20th
1909. Children under 12 half fare,
. See the great annual
between the two leading colleges of
For rates, sche lulos, etc., call on
any Southern rac'fic agent or on
General Passenger Agent,
D. H MARSTERS' PLUMBING SH OP
Plumbing, Sheet Metal WorK, Tinning
North JacKson ".Street, adjoining Peoples Marble
WorKs. Telephone 2511.
Heal Kstatu Ti'alisfei'N.
Jolin L. Maupin to Alonzo Gllton
the V & of the NB Vi of Sec. iM, twp.
23, S. It. 7 W. ot W. M., containing
so acres, consideration $750.
E. E. Haines to John Wasoner the
NV4 ot the NKV4 unci the SBV4 of
the NKV4 anil the NB of the SB
of Sec. 34, tp. 22. S. II. 6 '., con
taining 00 acres. Consideration $500.
The Reliable Tailor
ROOLAMATION NO. 2 1
The Next Thing on the Bill of Fare
Where are You Going to Trade?
WorK Done on Short Notice
ROSEBURG, ORE. :
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WK t:tke a Uoligiit in serving onr patrons with
tlie best there is in the line of dings. Purit
is our motto. Promptness both day and
n i uli is wnat counts at our pharmacy.
For your Groceries, Dry Goods, Gents Furnishings
and Shoes. Why they sell the BEST GOODS
for the LEAST MONEY.
' rm "?
a TryJThem In Your Order For
GENTSiFURNISIUNGS AND SHOES
Full line of Sundries always on hand
ROSEBURG PHARMACY, Inc. 4
? L. E. KR0HN, Manager
Groceries is their Specialty, and they will
Try Them For Dry Goods
The People's Cooperative Store
ROSEBURG ROCHDALE CO.
BE IT KNOWN; to all people, especially the ladies, that
Thanksgiving Day will aoon be here, and that it behooves you
to have on hand the proper equipment. Therefore; you are
hereby commanded to appear at The Ironmonger and buy;
first a good enameled roaster, it is necessary. DON'T use that
old iron one longer. By so doing you can get one of the best
Reed pattern, a woman'3 invention, for $1.75 to $2.75 and
with each a G" butcher knife will be given up to Thanksgiving
Furthermore; It is incumbent upon you to provide the
proper tools for the carver. The butcher knife given with
roaster is good but will not fill the place of a carving Bet.
Good work is done best with good tools.
Also do not forget that a good mat chopper is necessary
in preparing that delicious stuffing, mince meat and other
Be thankful that the Ironmonger has these articles in stock.
Witness my hand and seal.
F. H. CHURCHILL
The Ironmonger Roseburg', Oregon
WHEN YOU'RE CHILLED
Our hot drinks will warm you up, oand none better
can be made for the palate.
Next to Postotlice.
I - . T
T Sure we have ladles shirt waists,
J kimonos, long and short ones; bath
robes, aprons, long ones with aud
T without sleeves; tea aprons, black
! and white collars, and all kinds of
neckwear, sweaters, Teddy Bear
coats, and hoods for the babies. Also
a tirst-class line of millinery. Our
oc, 10c, 15c and 25c counters are
T loaded with good things.
4 How do we Bell them? Why
choaper than anybody else, why?
X Because our expenses are less. Be a
X Mlssourlans; come in and let us Bhow
Leaders In Popular Priced Goods.
Homo of the 1c Post Card,
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f WINN I E GADEOIS
I THE PLUME ER
I Sheet Metal WorK Drier Pipe Anjthing'Yoa Want
any Lignu, cornice
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