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About The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 12, 1909)
IIY B. W. HA I KS
THE EVENING HEWS .FJUIMI. aovhJiiif.it i-. '"'
IHHCKO DAILY KXKPT KUMAY
Wutmeriptloii JiuM'N Dally
er year, by mail 13.00
month, delivered 50
. Pur year $2.00
Kix munthH 100
Vhiiav, ovi;uiKH 12, mm.
Governor Benson decided thnt
James A. Finch Hhonld o to tlu gal
lows and Unit Harry lmlwy shall Ben
the remainder of hlH Hie in tho peni
tentiary of OroK'in. Tho Governor's
reason h Tor the decisions In the cases
brought before him for final roU le
nient tiro able and unanKweruble.
So many poHitluiiH are oTered in
the forerftry dejiurtmeiit Uu'Hi davs,
for which HitceeH.sfiil examination
must bo passed, that iho next thing
we will see . ilvurtliied by our ener
getic countrymen who w?ek puny mon
ey, Will bo floifiethlDK l'ke "Forestry
taught by Mall; poaltion secured
Apple culture la the subject of a
series of lecture to be delivered be
fore the Y. M, 0. A. at Portland. Tree
and fruit pest and methods of ex
terminating, mills and cultivation will
lio tlie sub-topics. It would be prof
ttnblo If RomdHirg could arrange for
&omo such coin-be of lectures and
study, and which doubtless deeply ln
teroHt the very many horticulturist! !
In thii section. I
Miles Poindexler, of Hp'okane, He-
publican Representative to Congress j
from Washington, 'ahh lately said:
tome very excellent, things relative to!
Ilouso organization, and ltd control!
hy Cannon and his backers, who go
m tho theory or the "public be
dM Mi-. Poindexler stands for
tWi people'n cause, and has under
taken to, fight their battles In tho
House. Poindexler nuy have mode
enemies of Iho House busses, but
what Ih better he Is "inking f rlotul
of the public who feel that inon; men
of his cotirngo are needed.
Staunchl, an emhroy town In the
Irrigated district of Kastorn Oregon,
In order to quickly secure the pop
ulation desired, offered prizes of city
lots to the first couplu married, first
baby born and for first twins. Then
eon i oh n young man with a bride and
rJalnis the lot offered, hut since there
It developed that because there was1
no proacher in HtnuhYld tho young
onplo were wedded in Pendleton,
their claim to the lot was discourag
ing to say the least. So much so.
In fact, that the groom avows he will
wot participate In tho contest for the
With strictly fresh eggs at 40
rents In tho local market, and rang
ing to 50 and (iO cents In Portland
and Seattle, coupled with tho fact
that carloads are coming from the
Hast to Mipply the demand. It does
not appear that tho poultry industry
is very much overdone In thla Golden
West. The reason for these condi
tions Is not that poultry does not
thrive, but because, ns we heard a
fanner at one of the fairs this fall
renrirk : "This t hicken business Is
too small for me." Is It ? You give
the old hen a chance t scratch and
the will turn sand into silver, grass
Into greenbacks, and eventually nay
ntt iho mortgage.
When-you buy any article. If made
in Uoseburg. Insist on home manu
factured goods, lly wo doing you will
b your self a present favor, nnd
later on you will be complimenting
Yourself for seusdib' foresight. It Ih
these little things that count, after
nil, because we all know that it Is
first Mio trickling brooklet from the
mountain side that afterwards makes
he beautiful river which sweeps so
rnaiestlcaliy toward tin sea. There
fnro by building wisely we are build
ing for a greater city. Ottlro llxtur
suikIi. doors. tnuiu's, metal work, flour
butter, prunes, b rooms, etc.. are
among thoM things which are made
In Uoseburg and that are bought
eVM-y day In tt$ year. "Made In Uose
lu;g" sh'iiihl bo a common trade
tntnk and ?:unill.ir in every home.
' The House of fCuppeohetmef
THE AH Wool Idea
Goes Away BacK
to the Cradle of the
Whether rich or poor, men
never will be satisfied with garments
made of anything except the fleece
of the sheep. We realize its not
the wool alone that makes the suit
you'd like to wear. There must
be style, a graceful drape, then the
very essential makeup-proper lines,
etc. durability for the every day
hardships. That's what the
Harth's Toggery Good Qlolhes
System aims for prices consistent
with good values. Look at our
Clothing and see if we do not
maintain the highest possible
Your Clothes Kept pressed free of charge
Suits $15.00 to $30.00
HOME OF REG4L SHOES.
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LOCAL MAHKfc-r J
OATS 50c bushel.
HAY Vetch, $13 to $14 ton;
grain, $12 to $14; alfalfa, $17,
ItOLLED PARLEY $30.00 ton.
STEEHS- Alive, 3c lb.
COWS Alive 2c.
VBIAL Dressert, 6c. lb.
HOOS Pressed, 8c; Alive 6c.
SHEEP 3 V-c.
POULTRY Mixed chlckons, allvo,
10c to 12c; dressed, 1-c; ducks,
alive, & 10c; dressed, 14 16c.
nr:r-TER Creamery, 42V4o lta. .
country, 37 He lb. I
?;GGS 4')c doz.
POTATOES Now, lc lb,
WOOL Spring, 24c; fall, 20c;
year clip, 24c.
HONEY 12 He.
CABBAGE l'o. lb.
ONIONS 2c 11).
Not like motner used to make,
oh no, It's a hundred per cent better,
If you dont. believe It try the Ump
qua Bakery bread. There's a reason.
ROGLAMATION NO. 2-1
BE IT KNOWN; to all people, especially the ladiea, that
Thanksgiving Day will soon 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. DtfN'T use that
old iron one longer. By so doing yo'i can get one of the best
Ueed pattern, a woman's invention, for $1.75 to $2.75 and
with each a C" 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 set.
Good work is done best with good tools.
Also do not forget that a good moat 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 H
The Polk County Observer is In
favor of mi "assembly" to siiKKest
tho republican candidates to be
put up for olflce In that county In
the next election. From a lengthy
article on the subject we make this
excerpt: "The writer believes that
this Is tho plan which should be
pursued In overy county in Oregon
lie believes that if those assemblies
are made free and open to evrey vot
er, with no attempt to pack them
lor any cllquo or faction, tho party
will at once recover from Its present
make himself troublesome by at
tempting to force his personality in
niattois where it will be regarded as
a supreme presumption, and work
trouble. That he has not lost tho
hopo of again becoming President
of the United States, and that his past
intimates havo hopes of the same,
Is doubted by none who has followed
tho public career of the man, or the
actions of his workers during his
absence. If there was further doubt
i In tho matter thoso doubting would
' havo but to remember how long he
jtooseveltlsm and nothing else.
To show the manner In which he
is regarded It Is openly the stated
opinion of many that he worked hlB
late death fake through his friends
lor political purposes.
Ho Is certain to clash sooner or
later .with President Taft, lie cannot
live without a party of his own, and
his return will endanger the exis
tence of tho Republican party unless
lie receives a forcible snub at his first
instance of extreme oHiclousness.
and disorganized condition and win ne"' lno nl"",n" , i"
an unbroken lino of victories at the"d "w strongly ho felt the tenipta-
polls. No man will wirrendor any " 10 le'" mnl'"u """"
attend- ,lul1111"1' cc,
'a try for virtually what wouiu nave
I been a third tern). It will matter
of IiIb rights as a citizen by
ng and participating in such a meet
ing, nor will It be possible for design
ing politicians to control such gain
ings, for should an attempt bo
nuidu to Introduce ring methods or
boss rule, Vliat very moment tho
wholo plan would fall, as It would
deserve to fall." ,
ItlVI'l ltX OV HOOSKVIXT.
Mrs. Roosevelt and her daughter
ICIhul are soon to arrive at New York
on their return home from a visit to.
Rome. This Is a sure Indication that
tho ex-president is finding tho attrac
tions of the Jungles of Africa begill
ing to pall upon his strenuous tastes
and Inclinations, nnd will seek for
combat with that greatest of animals,
man. at home.
That he will make himself heard
from Immediately upon his arrival
there is not the least of a doubt; It
Is apprehended that he will regard
himself as piideut do facto nnd
nothing (o him that Washington re
tired to private llfo after occupying
tho presidential chair a second time,
and that the examplo set by the
Father of bis country lias been fol
lowed strictly to the letter by every
one of tho Presidents down to Roose
velt's time. Thero Is no evidence thnt
a single one of them over permitted
his name to go beforo a presidential
nominating convention, regarding
such tin action contrary to the spirit
1 of our form of government. Hut
Roosevelt Is not patriotism. It Is
'Chicago, Milwaukee and North
western ll.':lH hae bevll securing
lands mid options In tint northern
inrt of Portland for tendinis, which
nutt'ij t InViU'O 1 hut the road
hrsiloU that vity. I'ortlnml looks
41 rtn tho tnov with tho Ucn thnt
nil of tho wheat of the Pacitlc North
west will lie handled there tnsteaof
aVatllo, Taroni or other ports. Port
llunfl, liowcviM', Is too sannutne. No
whips pi eat iliunnht ran load at Port
In ml nnd K't out anatn. theioforo It
:ia not wheat that takes tho M trans
wtntlnrntinal road to the Oregon mo
ttrntmlls. Some wheat will always ho
hlpiid from Portland, Seattle, Ta
eonin, Coos Hay and iu ronton
i-(tittt from tho irn-at uheat heit oast
tif tho Cascades w til supply traffic
Tor h11 our coast pons, enough
fact, when suthctout railwny f;fi iVties
r afforded, to make groat littes of
Ihem nil. and thoro need ho no quar
reling us to which shall bo greater.
DON'T CHOW OVKU GLASSES
CAItPTS ami ItUtiS.
Our stock of Carpets and Ruga
is complete up to date. . Ingrain
carpets nt 30c, 45c, 50c, 55c, 60c,
75c, and 85c per yard. Ruga in room
size from $ti.35, In all wool, to $35.
Complete line of all classes of
furniture. ' tf
JJ. V. STRONG,
Prompt attention given to nil orders
WHEN YOU'RE CHILLED
Our bot drinks will warm 'ou up,' arid none better
can be made for the palate.
Next to Postolfice.
The Next Thing on the BUI of Fare
Whare era You Going to Treds?
that you hare bought nt a bargain.
llargaln glasses aro about tho dear
cat Investment you can make. We
chargo a right price because our
glasssare right. We fit them to
your sight aPo sktlled opticians
can do. They will aid you when bar
gain glasses are Just as apt to In
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Jeweler and Optician.
For your Groceries, Dry Goods, Gents Furnishings
and Shoes. Why they sell the BEST GOODS
for the LEAST MONEY.
Try Therein Your Orderor
GENTS FURNISHINGS AND SHOES
Groceries is their Specialty, and they will
Try Them For Drj Goods
The People's Cooperative Store
ROSEBURG ROCHDALE CO.
Flour has nearly doubled in price.
at the same prices and it is the
best. CeoRies, buns, cinnamon
rolls and doughnuts 10c Per
dozen. Pies 10c each. Our
caKes are the best.
T Sure we have ladles shirt waists,
X kimonos, long and short ones; bath
$ robes, aprons, long on& with aud
without sleeves: tea aprons, black
and white collars, and all kinds of
neckwear, sweaters, Teddy Bear
coats, and hoods for the babies. Also
a llrst-class line of mllrrbery. Our
uc, 10c, 15c and 25c counters are
loaded with good things.
How do we sell them? Why
choaier than anybody else. Why?
Because our expenBes are less. Be a
ArTssourlaus: come In and let us show
Leaders In Popular Priced Goods.
Home of the lc Post Card.
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