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About The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 20, 1909)
THE KVBV1.VO XEWB MTIIIIMV, NOVKMIIKR 20, 1000.
Watch us for another great sale To the, lovers of the beautiful, a
ors"n0od"0thhat those who look at the exautslte Holiday line , at
came too late for the last sale might, Graves' Art Kmpor ' i
avail themselves of deep cut in the good, and when sou buy the prices
prices. Rice & Rice. will do your purse good. d-tf
THE EVENING NEWS
HY B. W. HATKS
ISSIKK DAILY KXCH1T SUNDAY
Huljmrlplioii l!aU' Daily
Per year, by iimil 3.00
Per nionlh, delivered 60
Pfcr yenr la. 00
Six montliB : 1.00
The Next Thing on the Bill of Fare
HATl'KDAY, NOVK.MIIKK SO, 1.
Frniik It. Hitchcock, pontmater
Kenortil, Is rnporlnrt to lio ant her
Andrew Jackson, but on the republi
can side. He Ims appointed Charles
p. (irunddeld ixiHtiiiiister or the Dis
trict of Columbia, which Ib Bald to
forecant future appointments on the
lino of "to tho vlctora beloiiKa the
Tho llnlvnrHiiy of Oickciii Ib happy
but it worked for it as It never did
before. It succeedi-d In defeating
the AurlculturlKtB or Corvullls by a
Bcore of 1- to nothing, and the boys
ut lOutsene think they are hlKKer and
belor players than the man from
Yale, Hubert W. Forbes, who couch
ed them to success,
Tho Iriinv of fate. A Pennsylvania
faiiner'H wife skipped wl"'
other man, tukluK with her all the
live Block from the ranch save one
lone mule, and that nlnht tho mule
Wicked the deserted hushund and
killed him. No one knows, but may-
Imp the farmer, in expressln!? Joy
over Miod luck, slapped the old mule
n little too hard when he went to the
barn that evening, and Ihe congrat
ulatory blow was taken seriously by
the ktiesorio old mule wno kickcci
back with fatal result.
Tho "xood old iImvb of '4 9" are
brought to mind moat vividly In the
tuleuniphiB dispatch from .Malheur
county of a court procoedlnu there.
Two local attorneys were tryliiK a
rase before the JudKo In Malheur
City, but could only secure three
jurors. Two of these wero excused
on challellKes. therefore by aKtee
uient It wuh decided to proceed with
the case before the lone Juror. This
was done, and when tho defendant
was called to testiry, a bit? slx-shonter
dropped from Ills pocket, and It
win reeuested by counsel for plain
tiff that the court order the artillery
sent to a requested spot or some of
the spectators from abroad nilKhl
milter from prostration. And Ibis
wbb all rlKht. anil finally, tho evi
deuce all III and the ideas mude the
"Jury" retired lo deliberate. 1'res
enlly It was announced that a decl
ttlonhnd been reached, a-ml the "Jury"
was brought In and the uaunl uucs
llon propounded. Hut the verdict was
sealed, and the "Jury" especially re
quested the court not to open It un
til another attorney could be consult
ed. The "Jury" was refused in this
apparently peculiar petition, and the
verdict was read, which found for
the plaintiff, and then It dawned up
on the court that perhaps Ilia si
talors wen not tin only ones to suf
fer nervousness on in count of that
1 9 ""mxHI).
A,- S. HUEY
THS OPTOMETRIST &
Pace . J&r
to use eye giaasea or spectacles se
lected In haphazard fashion. You
should renumber that "nearly" cor
rect glasses are apt to prove an ln
Jhiiv instead of a benefit to your eyes.
Absolutely correct glasses can only
be obtained after a thorough exam
ination. We will make It for you with
The Latest and best special
Where are You Going to Trade?
For your Groceries, Dry Goods, Gents Furnishings
and Shoes. Why they sell the BEST GOODS
for the LEAST MONEY.
TryiThem In Your Order For
GENTS FURNISHINGS AND SHOES
Groceries is their Specialty, and they will
WHY Til Uli DOX'T LAY.
Tilts year Uoseliurg hud a slruw
liory festival that was heard of from
oaio end of the union to tho other.
There Is n chance for until her at I lie
iiiiiiio time next year, with this differ
ence Hint we wll1 have time to make
II bailer than the last one was. Other
towns In the stale attempted lo Imi
tate our success and fulled. We can
Impr.ive and will do It. Wo have Ihe
earll.'st and best strawberries grown
III the stale ef Oregon, and lovers of
berries pat their- slouiaclis and ex
pand their fuci'H when Douglas
(ailintv strawberries are announced
on Ihe market. With plenty of the
best, berries grown II Is easy lo have
tlfe '.est strawberry fc.dlvul. Hut
the festival last year showed the pos
sibilities of having Ihe slrawliery I"k
tlvul comprehend something more.
In conjunction wllh it there was the
largest uinI best bred livestock show
that has ever been r.een In Ihe south
ern part of Oregon, embracing hor-
ses In all Hues, ratio of all breeds,
and the rliy enlerlnlnetl lll.OUll vis
itors without crowding or to Ihe dis
connect ol anyone. If we sunt now
and lake our lime lo it we can have
th" festival embrace other features
that the llrsl did net. We fin ninke
It lane the renin res or a lair, and
embrace In competitive shape every
thing (lint grows In Soul hern Oregon
or Mint Is produced In this county,
and Instead of 111. lino people we will
have neaiiv 211.0110. Treat people
well once and they will con.e again:
treat them well twice and 'hey are
vour ll'lends for eve,- Uoseliurg did
ihe handsome thing wllh those who
vl-dlod here at the festival last lime
and wllh the experience the city has
enjoved the next festival will tmit-c
everyone who attends It n friend for
ever Hi the htnee of the strawberry
and the rose.
Mnny who keep hens are asking
themselves just about now why their
pullets don't lay, when the fact is
that a lot of their young stock was
hatched too late, or was not given
proper food and care timing growth.
The size and general appearance of a
pullet does not always denote the
timo when she should commence the
producing of eggs. I have seeu (locks
of pretty big, nice pullets and they
would hardly lay. an egg all winter.
The first essentiul for winter eggs Is
tho right kind of stock to produce
them. Food will not supply that want.
It. may help some in some instances.
It's pretty dlllicult to -help matters
very much by giving extra care. Tho
strain has got to bo or the right sort.
After being In Ihe poultry business
so long and seeing so many people
fuss iind experiment and work In the
effort lo get eggs from stock that had
no er.gs to lay, no inclination to even
make eggs or ability to commence to
get :-i inly to lay, it is impressed ail
the stiouger upon my mind that there
is a whole lot to this hen business
besides feed and care. Inland Farmer.
November 111, 1909.
Tills Is to certify that 1 have se
cured rrom tho Jackson Loan and
Trust Company, of Jackson, Miss.,
tin-ought their agent, D. S. It. Walk
er, on the ,18th day of November,
1900. ater I had matured my con
tracts the company and my property
tnspeited and abstract examined and
loan closed up through the First
National Hunk of tills ci!y satisfact
orialy. I am well pleased with the
loan and the treatment or their agent
Signed this 1 9th day of November,
II.LilO . IIUIVAHU,
d ll 2 7 Hoseburg, Oregon.
XKW TUAIX SKIU It I-!
couv.w.i.is a xi) i-:.sTi-:itx
Ileal I'Mutc Transfers.
On November 1st n straight pas
senger train was cslahllshed on tho
Corvailis and lOastern between Albany
and lauinna. Leaving Albany at 12:-
.ln p. in. and arriving in Yaqulna at
:i:lfi p. m. Heturnlng leave Yn-
nu hm at 7:15 a. m. arriving In Al
bany at 11: if) a. m., making direct
connections at Corvullls and Albany
with Southern Pnctllc train to and
from Portland and other S. P. points
north and south.
Newport III Whiter
Newport is an Ideal winter resort,
and the low rales now In effect from
all S. P. ami C I-:, points, wllh tho
improved train service now establish
ed, places it within a few hours ride
rrom the Valley, arriving Ihero at
G:0tl p. in. in timo for dinner. Kxrel
lent hotel accommodations at reason
For fin-lher particulars call on any
C. & K. or S. P. Agent, or write to
(ieliernl Passenger Agent,
i'oi-tliiml Live Stock .Market
CATTLK. Host steers weighing
1200 pounds, $4.')0: medium slcei-B
$-l.2r,: best cows $11. 2ii; best heifers,
a. nu ; bulls, $1.75 4) H.aujslags,
$2.50 !i: a. (Ml.
HOCiS Host eiwt of the mountains
$.S.00r 8.05; Willamette valley best
$7.75 (n 7.85; stackers $4.00 (ft
O.iiii: pigs $ii.nil (it 7.00.
SliKFP Hest wethers. $4.25 In
4.50; ordinary. $4.00 (ti 4.50; spring
lambs, $5.25; straight ewes $3.50 (it.
4.00' mixed lots $4,011.
CALVKS Hest, $5.00; ordinary,
$.1.50 ! 4.50.
Insure your property In the Ore
gon Fire Heljlef Association. (Me
Mlnnvllle.) Old and tried, cheapest
and best. See Ronnie llucbnnan, In
Prof. Wlllnms will conduct a danc
ing class at the Armory Hall, Hose
burg, on Wednesday nights from 8
o'clock until 11 P. M. On Saturday
aftiii-noons private lesslons will he
given on any danco from 2 till 4:30
p. in. Those who cannot take pri
vate kssons on Saturday afternoons,
special arragenients will be made so
they can take either Wednesday
or Saturday nights. All dancers wish
ing to come and dance while the class
is being conducted can do bo by pay
ing 2uC admission. Lessons on Hye
Waltr, Harn Ounce, Vnr Souienna,
Newport, will be given on Wednes
day nights. 50 cents a lesson.
Tho Banner line of Iron Beda,
Brass filled and brass beds shown In
Southern Oregon. Prices the most
leasonablo, $3.00 to $30.00, at Rice
h It Ice. '
OATS 50c bushel.
HAY Vetch, $12 to $14 ton;
grain, $12 to $14; alfalfa, $17.
ROLLED BAHLEY $30.00 ton.
STEERS- Alive, 3c lb.
COWS Alive 2Mc.
VF.AL Dressed, 5c. lh.
HOGS Pressed, Sc; Alive 6c.
S1IKEP 3 l(.c.
POULTRY Mixed chickens, alive,
10c to 12c; dressed, 12c; ducks,
nlive, 9 (.J 10c; dressed, 14 15c.
Turkeys, alive 17c and 18c; dressed
20c and 21c.
BUTTER Creamery, 42'io lb.
country, 37VjC lb.
F.GOS 40c doz.
POTATOES Now, lc lh.
WOOL Spring. 24c; fall, 20c;
year clip, 24c.
HONEY 12 hie.
CABBAGE l'ic. lb.
ONIONS 2c lb
Try ThemTor Dry Goods
The People's Cooperative Store
ROSEBURG ROCHDALE CO.
Flour has nearly doubled in price.
i n. k. stjeicl,
Legnl advice free. Collections
" Room 1, Marsters Bldg.
O KosHmrg, Ore.
Goods of every description
moved to any part of the
city. Prices reasonable.
H. S. FRENCH
M. C. Waters lo .1. F. Millke. undi
vided li Interest In Sec. tl. tp. 24.
S. It. 1 V. Grantee to assume t-:l of
mortgage In ihe sum of $111,500.
SI"llnS mlt li. guardian or Albert
Osier, lo Naiuil'ul Smith 1-10 Inter
est In lots 15 and lit. block 5:1. -Hall-road
addition to the city of Hose
Inng. Stella Smith to Grunt Lentil 1-10
Interest In lots 14 and 15, block 11,
Wales addition to Ihe city of Hose
burg. Stella Smith to M F.ilelln SnM
1-lu Interest In lot 10. block 7S, 3rd
Southern addlllou to Hoseburg.
Slella S'lllll to Alice lleckford. lot
It, Wane's addition to the city of
Prompt nttiMitlon given to nil oroVm
.1. II. ItOOVU, K. l'AKUOTT. W. II. FISIIEK, O. V. WIMBKHLV
rrrsiitVnt 9 V Ico-l'rfsUh'nt Cash lor Atsistnnt Cashier
(omlt'iiHit) ltcport of tho ( ontlitiun '
The Douglas National Bank
OF ROSIMUKG, Oh'UGOX
A. iiinile to Comet roller of the Currency nt the ('lose of Hunlne. November 111. 1IIOII.
Loans ami Discounts $L'4,W.2'J
Homls ntui Warrants 9'J,4-4S.4(i
Dunk 1'rvmiscs -6,4;i'.4o
Cnsh in Vuult nml Hunks lOl.S.S.oS
Cnpitnrstock $ 50,000.00
Surplus ,- 15,000.00
Undivided Proits .' 4,265.45
The oldest bank in Southern Oregon, invites your business along conservative lines and promises
its best sen-ice at all ti:.'.s.
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.
CASS STREET PHONE 357
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 of
neckwear, sweaters, Teddy Bear
coats, and hoods for the babies. Also
a Urst-class line of millinery. Our
be, 10c, 15c and 25c counters are
loaded with good things.
How do we sell them? Why
nhoaper than anybody else. Why?
Because our expenses are less. De a
Mlssouiians; come la and let us show
Leaders In Popular Triced Goods.
Home of the lc Post Card.
I THE PLUME ER
Sheet Metal WorK Drier Pipe An thing' Too Want
SKy Lights, Cornice
1 t eaw Iron TanKs ;
- -LINES PINE STS ;
IH HMHI II M MBU
IN THE HOME
nu.tt.iuv 1-1. . .
heretofore unthought- of.
The luxuries of yesterday are
the necessities of today. The best
way to make your home attrac
tive and a palace In Its Interior
conditions of living Is by the use
of electric light.
G. L. PRIOR
315 N. Jackson St. RmwW n-