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About The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 15, 1909)
THE EVENING NEWS MOMIAY. NOVKMHHK 13. 1000
THE EVENING NEWS
IIY B. W. I1ATKS
ISSt Kl JIAILY KXVKVT UAV
Hubncription Kate- Dully
Per year, by mail , 3.00
For month, delivered 60
Per year.... :....$2.00
8lx months 1.00
MOMMY, NOVKMJtKK Ift, l0I
The thermometer Is three to four
degrees below zero In Montana. Alii
over KaHtern Oregon and Washington 1
the earth Ib covered by a white i
mantle of know, and at hint accounts!
the flecey is hUH fulling, and the at-
mosphent Ik decidedly cold. Here In
Oouglas county we have experienced 1
b ut two f costs, w h Irh t h e morn I us
fog bns dispelled, leaving growing
vegetation untouched. Comii'O'it in
The Oregon Horltely or the Ameri
can Hevolntloii offers prizes totaling
$ 1 00 to the pupils of the public.
Hchooltj of the Slate for essays on
subjects connected with the war for
Independence. Of course thlH mat
ter will be submitted to the County
Huperlntciident and every teacher In
the county, and besides the Humilia
tion to study-tho prizes will give' In
mi eminently proper direction, the
readings necessary to prepare the es
say must nesKarlly promote put
This from the Myrtle Point Kn-
terprlse is right good sense: "The
excitement over railroad prospects
for (!oob comity may not be as keen
as when first started, but with sev
eral parties of surveyors in the Held
n ud the indications that other pro
jects will be revived before spring
opens, there Is still every Indication
that we will soon have railroad cou
ft ni'cttons." The outlook for Coos
lfyy and (ho Coqiilllo Valley were
iiitver' better than they are now
ulnce railroad connection with the
outside world was first spoken hi
these localities. Ah certain as the
Him rises and He! 11110 will he the
year of their deliver-once. The fuel
that there is to be competition he
tween railroad lines is a guarantee
of the fact.
.Inst how much real profit ran be
made from dairying and dairy cattle
depends a good deal on the way one
starts his business If we were to
Hay that an Investment of $400 in
pure bred cattle to begin with, would
bring you an average return, at ex
piration of live years, of over $1000
annually, very many might question
our veracity. However, wo have not
set tho figure high enough. Hut let
us demonstrate. A farmer near In
dependence paid $100 for live pure
bred Jerseys live years ago. During
those years ho sold no liejffer calves,
but disponed of the males at good
figures. The other day, when the
entire herd herd was sold, the owner
retiring from business, more Ihun
$5000 was realized. Aside from this
the herd hnd produced a good yearly
profit at the pall, which, ndded to
the cash derived from the sale of I he
male calves, brought Mr. Nelson's
nnnunt average from Hint $ luo up to
considerably more than $ 1 500. lly
Hlarliug right and following It up
intelligently, the Douglas county
dairymen Is sure of equal success.
if o i
I he Home ol Kuppenheimer fflf-i q
THE AH Wool Idea
Goes Away Bach
to the Cradle of the
Whether rich or poor, men
nevei 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 Clothes
System aims for prices consistent
with good values. Look at our
Clothing and aee if we do not
maintain the highest possible
Your Clothes Kept pressed free of charge
Suits $15.00 to $30.00
HOME OF REG It SHOES.
' WHBVT S1.00
OATS 60c bushel.
HAY Vetch, 512 to J4
grain, $12 to $14: alfalfa, (17.
ROLLED BARLEY $30.00 ton
STEKltS Alive, 3c lb.
COWS Alive 2&c.
VHAL Dressed, 6c. lb.
HOGS Pressed, 8c; Alive 6c.
SHISEP 3 He.
POULTRY Mixed chickens, alive,
10c to 12c; dressed, 12c; ducks,
alive, 9 f'P 10c; dressed, 14 15c.
BUTTER Creamery, 42V4o lb.
country, 87 c lb.
EGGS 40c doz.
POTATOES New, lc lb.
WOOL Spring, 24c; fall, 20c;
year clip, 24c.
CABBAGE Hie. lb.
ONIONS 2c lb.
Not like mother 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.
Know all ye good peoples that Flaxoap Is a new article of com
merce, that all should use, especially ye housekeeper. For be
it known to all, that Flaxoap Is ye best possible article to use
In cleaning pSlnts and linoleums. It does not destroy luster
or quality but adds to It.
Know ye, that Flaxoap was originated for use of ye rail
roads In cleaning their highly polished varnished wood work.
Because of its Bticcess Fluxoap has been put up in pack
ages suitable for household use.
Hear ye; Hear ye; the Iron-
monger has it for sale, g
.1. 9. Young, of Kelso, lias Riven
an opinion, which has the endorse
ment of Tho Tlntburmnn, on the re
forestrntlon of logged over hinds. He
believes that the result, to hit desired
Is easily nllalnablo, hut owing to the
slow pro Ills to he derived and Inas
much as the nmults will he enjoyed
by future Reiterations rather than
the present ho Is convinced that (he
work should either he undertaken by
um mine, or intu iiixuuou snouiu I,u several
mi itrruugeu imu u milium nni im
posed a burden on individuals who
undertake th tank. When It. takes
100 years for the Umber to nmture
-ii ml be of any use, ami the taxpayers
realize thsi fact, thvy will not take
kindly to the proposition. They will
think that the future generation
should take rare of llself as this one
has been com pel Km I to do, and the
people of Oregon and Washington
will hardly submit to a tax to pro
vide for others whom I hey know not
nnd 'uro little for. When this- re
forest rat ion proposition tome to he
thoroughly understood, and it Is
found to he principally a Kraft for
an army of hungry otllco seekers,!
und of no heneltl to the public of the
present time, no Congressman will!
have tho nerve to move for Its ex
tension. That will he the end of it
Mrs. Walker, of Klkton, was at
During tho recent hard rains there
was enough rise In creeks so that
several thousand logs came down
Mill (-rook below town and were
stopped by I hi' hulk head.
Mr. and Mrs. II. 1). Itutler nro out
at Long I'ralrie for a few days visit.
W. (. (1 ru h be has gone to Port
laud and Vancouver for a brief visit
with relalives, lie was accompanied
by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. N.
tiiuhbe, of Klklon.
II. Wade has been at the wheel of
(he Mia for a few days in place of
Captain .1. Uraham who has had to
Rive up the position ho has held for
several years on account of deafness.
CI oo rite Graham will have charge, of
the steamer In the near future.
Mrs. W. K. Thompson has returned
to Gardiner for medical tivatment.
Miss Lizzie Davis has roiio to Gar
diner to remain Indefinitely.
Tho funeral services of Mrs. Ad
n ins, a resident of Paradise Creek
nines above wcottsburir, was
held nt this cemetery on Friday,
Nov, la. Mrs. Adams was a lady of
advanced years and had lived near
here for some .lime.
Relist, who Bant? here last spring, and
who has boon spending some time In
ibis vicinity went to Med ford Monday
to ho gone several weeks.
Ij. Lady seems to ho the most suc
cessful iMiglor In this vicinity. Ho has
recently caught ft lot of fine trout in
tho streams. Tho other day he land
ed woven, ranging from 14 to
incheH In lengh.
Frank Deck, on North Myrtle,
brought some line cling peaches pick
ed from his young trees a few days
ago, for size and quality they are
hard to heat, and Mr. Heck has a for
tune in his orchard when it comes
Into full hearing.
Robert Neet met with an accident
last week at Glendale which, has dis
abled him, for a while at least. While
greasing a donkey engine which he
waa operating, his hand was caught
in p. wire cable, und badly bruised,
but no hones were broken. Mall.
WHEN YOU'RE CHILLED
Our hot drinks will warm you up, and none better
can be made for the pa1ate.
Next to Postoitice.
Have you seen those elegant Steins
nnd Tankards, at Hoseburg Book ;
prices 25c to $5.00 each.
Be wise Read The News.
M YltTLK CitKIOK
Doughis in and About That TbrMl-ig
MO1U0 KINDLY M:VS.
Vttcml by Our KxcIuiiircn for ltose
tuirg'.H leading Newspaper.
Coos Hay Sentinel: Tho Hose
burg Dull ICveiiing News was launch
ed last week by H. W. Hates, a former
Coos Bay resident and nephew of Mr.
und Mrs. C. S. Uilhourn. Billy be
gan his career as printer in this city
nnd his advancement to edltor-ln-chlefof
Itosehurg'a evening paper Is
tine to his energy and natunil talent
In the Hue ot his chorcu profession.
The News Is a bright, spicy paper
and u welcome visitor this office.
Coos Bay News: A copy of The
K veiling News, of Hoseburg, Is on
unr table. This Is a new daily that
has been started at Hoseburg by B.
W. Bates, publisher of the I'mpqua
VaUey News. The new paper makes
ii vry creditable appearance.
Bandon Recorder: The Recorder
bus received several copies of the
Hoseburg Kveuiug News and we find
R to he real live little daily, with con
siderable telemaph and lots of homo
news. They also have a nice adver
CAHBKTS nnd UWiS.
Our stock of Carpets and Rugs
to complete up to date. Ingrain
ear pels at 30c. 4"tc, 6 or, fio, tiOc,
7nr, and 8"r per yard. Rugs In room
hIc from $ti.3.', In nil wool, to $35.
Complete line of gtll classes of
C. J. Rlchey and wife, who have
been visltlntaf their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Prake. for several days
havo reutrned to their homo at Falls
Geo. J. McClano who returned from
Kastern Oregon o attend tho funeral
of his little daughter, reports active
work on both tho new railroads into
W. M. Anderson, n singing evan
DON'T CROW OVKU CiLlSHKS
that you have bought at a bargain.
Bargain glasses are about the dear
est Investment you can make. We
chargo a right prlco becauso our
glasses are right. We fit them to
your sight as only skilled opticians
can do. They will aid you when bar
gain glasses aro Just as apt to In
jure. EE U E Y,
Jeweler and Optician.
The Next Thing on the Bill of Fare
Where are You Going to Trade?
AT THE ..
For your Groceries, Dry Goods, Gents Furnishings
and Shoes. Why they sell the BEST GOODS
for the LEAST MONEY.
TryThem In Your Order For
GENTS.FURNISHINGS AND SHOES
Groceries is their Specialty, and they will
Try Then For Dry Goods
The People's Cooperative Store
ROSEBURG ROCHDALE CO.
Flour has nearly doubled in price.
at the same prices and it is the
best. Cookies, buns, cinnamon
rolls and doughnuts 10c Per
dozen. Pies 10c each. Our
cakes are the best.
CA33 STREET j, PHONE 357
i n twi n n m ii n n a n ii n n nn n n n n n tm imi ii ti ii ii ji a ,i ii t e i: i
Sure we have ladles' shirt waists,
kimonos, long and short ones; bath
robes, aprons, long ones with and
without sleeves', tea aprons, black
and white collars, and all kinds at
neckwear, sweaters, Teddy Bear
coats, and hoods for the babies. Also
a tlrst-class line of millinery. Our
iiC 10c, 15c and 25c counters are
loaded with good things.
How do we eril them? Why
cheaper than anybody else. Whyl
Because our expenses are less. Be a
Missourlans; come in and let us show
Loaders In Popular Priced Goods.
Home of the lc Post Card.
IN THE HOME
Electricity furnishes comforts
heretofore unthought of.
The luxuries of yesterday are
the necessities of today. The best
way to make our home attrac
tive and a palace In Its Interior
conditions of living Is by the use
ot electric light
G. L. PRIOR
" S15 N. Jackson St. Roseburg, Or
1 OTE PLUME ER
I Sheet Metal WorK Drier Pipe An thing Yoa Want
Stty Lights, Cornice.
J eavylron TanKs
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