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About The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1909)
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MOX1IAV, N'OVKMIIKR 22, 1000
'THE EVKVINO NKWS
CLOTHES OF QUALITY AWAIT
straig'htest and sur
est road to good Clothes
the best Clothes brings
If you frequent any of the "by
paths" you'll be upt to lose your
self in the tangle of misleading
Whatever we do is well done
whatever we buy is well chosen
quality is the object and perfect
Clothes satisfaction and effect.
There are many other places to
buy Clothes, to be sure but you'll
find that the best is always here.
These clothes are made for us
by the Stein Mock Co. and David
Adler, two of the greatest Tailor
organizations in the wo-ld. Every
Suit we sell is sold with nn ab
solute guarantee of Satisfaction
or your Money refunded or a new
ruit in return.
Remember quality ia the true
tent of cheapness By o'ir good
Clothes you shall know us.
Work on the new cement slde
j walkH wub suspended this morning
owing to the heavy ruins.
Attornov and Mrs. O. F. Coshow
returned Saturday evening from a
visit at Brownsville, Oregon.
E. E. Wells and wife, of Olalla,
were In the city Saturday on busi
ness. Mr. Wells brought In some
turkeys for the Thanksgiving mar
ket. J. li. Short arrived In the city Sat
urday evening fiom Drew. He has
been 111 for the past few days and Is
here to receive medical treatment of
The Banner line of Iron Beds, j
Brass filled autl brass beds fhown in !
Southern Oregon. Prices the most
icasonuhlu, $3.00 to (30.00, at Kice
i & Rice.
The local order of Eagles hold
t h ei r regu lar semi-mon t h ly meet i ng
Lilts evening. Several candidates are
bchediiled for initiation and it Is hop
ed every member of the lodge will
Several hundred turkeys came to
town this morning and were readily
purchased by local buyers. The bird
are retailing at 24 cents a pound, a
price somewhat exceeding that of ,
former years. J
Mrs Minnie .Tones who has been 1
(pending some time at Central Point,
Oregon, writes to have The News stmt j
lie it known to all the lady rea-lers of The News that the
Shamrock has come to town. And has come to stay. Four
leaf clover for luck and Shamrock ware for quality.
This is an American enameled ware of quality, and of
pleasing appearance. White inside and a beautiful green and
All seamless. All with most approved handles and bales.
Handles round and easy to grasp. Hales of heavy wire, tinned.
An all round good piece ef goods and like The Shamrock,
thing of beauty and a jay for well a long time at least."
PROFESSIONAL CARDS. -
it A. S. Hl'EY, ft
:: Oiitoinciist i'f
ft First Door East Telephone office ft
ft F. V. HAYNKH ft
5 ft Dentist . ft
ft Roseburg National Bank Bldg. ft
?J ft Hours 10 to 12, 2 to 4. ft
Ift Phone 1283. ft
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fCity News Briefly Recor ded
0 8. J. Jones had business ut Glen
II. Paulson, of Coles Valley, Is a
visitor In the city.
Charles Kirk has returned homo
from a business trip to Canyouville.
J. O. Allen, of Curtln. is a busin
neBs visitor In the city today.
W. W. Purely, the railroad promo
ter left for puintu north this morn
ing. Mrs H. E. Allison went to Collage
Grove this morning to upend Thanks
giving with friends.
lrs. B. W. Bass ami children re
turned to their homestead this morn
Ing alter a bilef visit with friends
in the cliy.
I'1. G. Mice! It was routined at his
, homo several days hint week with a
severe cold, lie Is somewhat Improved
O. 11. Pcrrln and O. M. Malum,
both of Millwood, wore visitors In the
city yesterday. They returned to
this homes last evening.
Major Pickering and wife, of Van
couver, Washington, spent yesterday
in the oily veiling at. (tie home of
.Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Kuykendall.
Governor Prank Benson Is upend
ing a few days In the vicinity of dunl
in or huullug ducks In company with
Attorney .Janus Watson, of this city,
and Wnrreu Heed of (iardiuer.
Mrs. Edward Barber and chlldieu
ntt f(il li'mn.iwi till. i nmi'iiliur ...!.,,..
tljey will renlde poi'tminetitly. Mr.
Barber will remain In this city for
J. A. Murray, local manager for
the Pacllic Slater Telephone Company
Males that their new uilire building
will bo eoiuplt.-(ed about March and
thn euuipuienl ol the oltlces will be
the very latest nnd best. Eveiythl'ig
will be strictly up-to-lhe-nioiuent.
and palroiiH will then be assured of
a perfect Hervl'-o.
W. II. Huff, Mary A. Huff. E. (.
Huff, Clement Muff. Add Huff and
Henry Huff all of Texas, were regis
tered at the Uoseburg Im.i.-I this:
morning. The family are looking I
over the country with a view of lo
cating Hhoiibi they llml a suitable
ranch. Aside from the above Huffs
there were two wnwcu and 10 child
ren In thn family.
Superintendent .lohn It. l.ee, or the
local Itwht and water company, went
to Winchester this morning. Mr. I.ee
Htutes that the present rain is some
thing nnllo out of the ordinary, and
should it continue he anttclp:tt'S con
siderable dllUeulty. It Is said that the!
liver has raised three feet at W'n
chesler during the past 4S hours.
.1. I Unillb-r, of Seattle, who spent
several weeks in ibis v let nil v last I
Hummer in the hope of promoting the
establishment of a woolen mill in
this city, stopped over here yester
day enmute ftotn San Kranrl'seo to
Seattle. Mr. llialller is well known
bore and met many of his old friends,
lie reports his visit most en.o aide.
THE WATER FRONT
DRY GOODS STORE
Shei-idau Nlreet Near The Depot,
George MeCulloch, of Oakland, Is
n business visitor In the cliv today.
Ben AU-Mullen has romrned to rhe
city after an absence of several days.
Sheriff Kenton wont to Kiddle this
morning to serve several civil papers.
Miss Marguerite Batemaii has ac
cepted a position at the Huey jew
For u nooa cienn suave, Tialr CHt or
bath, call ut the Maddlx barber shop
Cass street. tf.
Jerry Faulkner, of Portland, Is
('pending a few days in tho city at
tending business matters. :
John Baeher, father of Dr. Bacher,
of this city. Is spending a few days
in mis vtunity visiting friends.
J V. Colt returned from Portland
Ibis niori-lng where he spent several
nays unending business matters.
Marlon LeKrost and Kdwanl Mar
(In were married at. the home of Mr
and Mrs. Kellogg , at Kellogg, on No-
vemner j .
.1. H. Grande, tho turkey buyer,
left yesterday morning for Portland,
where he will remain for several
days. He expects to return to this
city before ChrlstmuH.
V. G. Knapp, of Chicago, spent
yesterday In the city visiting at the
home of his cousin. Dr. Stewart. He
left on hts return to the eastern cilv
Airs. M. C. Miller, wife of Secre
tary Miller, of the Lose Land &
Development Company, went to Los
Angeles tills morning where she will
spend the winter.
I here will be a union Sunday
school rally given In Ibe Christian
church next Sunday afternoon 2::t0
o'clock. An excellent prngraiu will be
given, whh-h will be primed later.
M. C. Miller, of the Luse Land &
Development Company, came over
from Sutberlln this morning. Not
withstanding the heavy rains he re
ports Smherliu valley unusuallv
Hanv T. McClallen. proprietor or
the McChill.-u hotel, went to Portland
last evening as n delegate to the A.
O. P. W. (Jraud Lodge. He expects
to be absent from the city for sev
Manager Frear, of (he local light
and water system, reports the present
rains very damaging. Karly today the,
Winchester plant was compelled to j
abandon the water power and resort I
to steam as emergency.
1 . II. (. hiirehltl has returned froti
Cortland where he was called hv
telegram annouuclnu the serious ill
ness of his sister. M.rs. Colitis. ile
venorts tho patient recovering with
excellent elnnces of recovery.
C. L. Itargar. owner (if the Xew
York Store, went to Portland .iatur-
oa muni to look arter business mat-j
tern. While at the metronolis be ex-'
to her at Grants Pass where she will
remain for somo weeks In the Inter
est of tho United Artesan lodge.
Our Art line was never so exten
sive before, nor so much appreciated,
if the way they are selling Is any
sign. Don't wait until everything Is
picked over before buying your
Xma presents, Grave's Art Empor
On Wednesday of this week, com
mencing at 9 o'clock in the morning,
the Ladles' Aid, of tho Christian
Church, will have on sale at Mllledge
& Pickens grocery store a choice
supply of home-cooked pastry for
Saturday G. W. Jones received of
Henry Dlsston & Sons one o! their
finest saws, with his name hand
somely etched upon It. Mr. Jones
had used one of the company's saws
nearly, fifty years and sometime ago
sent to Seattle where it was placed
on exhibition. The new saw is a
present from the company and high
ly prized by the recipient.
C. W. Hnzen, of Edenbower, was a
caller at The News office Saturday.
Ills son, Ezra, won the prize of 100
vards of calico offered by the New
York Store to the one who would
ft J. R. CHAPMAN, D. D. S. ft
ft Denllst ft
ft Hours 9 a. m. to o p. m. Tel- ft
ft ephoDB 1141. Abraham Bldg. ft
ft Residence Phone 1406. ft
ft - Roseburg, Oregon. ft
C. ID. IVIAYiNrA.RD
GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTOR
At Your Service
Roseburg, Oregon Phone 193
guess nearest to the number of
yards of calico In 101) bolts display
ed in the show window of the above
store. Young Ihuen gifessed within
nine yards of the grand total and was
considerably elated over his good
Judie Harris, formerly deputy in
the assessor's office, but of late em
plovnd by the Douglas County Ab
stract Company, leaves tomorrow for
his homo at Canyonvlllo, where he
will spend Thanksgiving.
The McKenzle Merry Makers con
cluded their engagement at the Star
theatre last evening, leaving for
points north this morning.. The
troupe has given excellent satisfac
tion during their stay here, and a re
turn engagement will be received
with delight by the amusement lov
A telegraphic dispatch appearing!
in yester lay's morning Oregoniau Is I
to the effect that O. W. Riddle, of I
Kiddle, will bp recommended by Sen-:
ator Bourne as the proper successor!
to J. M. Lawrence, at present Ke-j
ceiver of the local United States j
'Land Office. It, will be remembered
that The Evening News predicted
Riddle's appointment several weeks
ago, having received such informa-lj
tion ri-om a promiutnt man close in
touch with Senator Hourne and his
Thomas Jefferson Boyd, at one time
employed as a printer .in this city,
but for the past month a prisoner In
Washington, has been released from
custody, lie was charged with the
theft of n diamond, but a lack o evi
dence compelled the prosecution to.
ask the dismassal of the case.
ft O. J. BACHKIt, D. M. I)., ft
ft Dentist ft
ft Abraham Roseburg, ft
ft Building. Oregon, ft
i'f li. M. Ultl.MI'IIOLI)
A Temperance Saloon i
Depot - Roseburg
ORDWAY & BOGART !
P R 0 P R I E T O.R S X
ft Rooms 6 and 7 Bell Sisters Bldg. ft
ft Phone 13C1 Roseburg, Or., ft
We don't s.'ll for cost or below
rout -but we will sell riht t cost.
If yo'i don't licllive It. try us niul
SCO. With encll clollnr'K worth of
Hoods puivhnscd you are entitled to
A chance on a nlre set of silverware.
knives, forks, table and teaspoons.
See thi'in In the window, t'oine nn.l
,ee for y.ursclt, don't be misled In I , ll,;lr" "'i1' '""l" h'l'h '"'
' .,, I evpeets to utilize In the growing of
liny one for you will mis, it commercial fruit. He will hio.i
! paclous r'esld.Mue on the property
it nn early dale this spring In order
that his iHlnlly niay spend the greater
portion of the year In this section of
Meets to purchase a fall line of Chr
mas tuvs and uov 'll lea.
Kilard Kioimor Is making nil
the necessary preparations to permit
him to leave for the eastern part of
tile stale of Tennessee net Thurs
day morning. Ills father will make
the same trip ahont On U-turns ilrio.
Judge tteorge II. Ilurnette" of Sa
lem arrived in the city this morning
to preside on the circuit bench in
place of Judge Hamilton, who Is not
(liialltled to sit on account of his
latlonshlp to a number of the plain-1
I'oMnHIiuun Jos. Mli elll, a niein-1 J
oi me sireet committee, reports
ihe drainage In the paved streets ills- ;
trlet as excellent. At first It was ar-1
gued that the water would stand In
pools at many places but such Idea
was dispersed upon a brief investiga
tion this morning.
t'aplaln llaekelt. or Portland, nr
l Iveil here yesterday to look over his
holdings In the vicinity of (iarden
D. J. JARVIS
jnt'lTxe IIou5e fu
I Quffiity II
The House Furnishers in Holiday Attire xl
ft 6EKLY, SKTI1HH & STEWART ft
ft Physicians and Surgeons ft
ft Office Lower floor Douglas Co. ft
ft Bank bldg., corner Main and ft
i Oak streets. Phone 771. ft
ft Roseburg, Oregon. ft
ft DR. GEO. E. HOUCK, ft
ft Pliysiciuu and Surgeon. ft
ft Office, Review Bldg., Phono 31. ft
ft Roseburg, Oregon. ft
ft ELMER V. HOOVER, ft
ft Physician and Surgeon ft
ft Office, Main St., One Door South ft
ft of City Hall. Phone 341. ft
ft Roseburg, Oregon. ft
"Hlutlc" Book Caaea.
JJjT Chair. .
Strait Reclining Chair.
WE CARRY THESE
OOUDS IN STOCK
Practical and Sensible
Gifts for the Holidays
Something here for every member of
the family. The question what shall
I Hive will be easily solved after an
Inspection of this store. Did you
ever stop to think how much more
comfort and sensible, how much more
all would enjoy a nice piece of furni
ture lor the home than to buy some
trashy present. This space will
only permit of a very few or tho
many things that await your Inspec
tion at this easy place to shop.
AND ROCKERS FOR
the YOUNG and OLD.
Beautiful Davenports, Couches, Mor
ris Chairs and Rockers: Heautiful
Cabinets, Desks and Chiffoners and
Dressers; Beautiful Hook Cases, the
Ulobo Wemica and others.
Elegant New Rugs
and Carpets, Portiers
And Couch Covers
Neither tho old or young have been
overlooked hero; Misses and child
ren's chairs and rockers, doll carts
and cabs; Children"s dishes, toy banks
Utile red chairs and air guns; toy
wagons, toy furniture, little stoves
and ranges; hundreds of things that
can't bo mentioned on account 'of
Bigger and Better Stock
China and Silverware
Everything that'iynnde In fancy china
and glassware; enormous stock of
1S4 7 silverware and clocks. Carvers
plain and fancy, bone or silver. You
will be surprised at the profussion of
Rood tbingsliat win make sensible
presents. Also remember our prices
are the lowest.
ill ' Q ?
DR. LUCKTTA SMITH
Women's and Children's
Hours, 10 to 12 a. m.. 2 to 4 d.
m. Phones Office, 1711. Res.
l 1721. Marsters Block, next to
He Douglas County Bank Bldg. &
if CBAWKOlil) WATSO.V
j A. M. Crawford J. O. Watson
is Rooms 1 and 2, Douglas Co.
w lioseburg. Oregon. '
,f J. C. FUM.KRTOV i
I i Will practice In all State and
JJ! Federal Courts. Office in Marks
i i Building. Roseburg, Oregon.
it COSHOW KICE
Taylor & Wilson Building.
- w Roseburg, Oregon. t
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K. V. MAKSTKItS
i? Notary Public. Rooms 6 and
55 Marsters Building.
Roseburg, Oregon. t
You are always welcome at this store. Children
given same courtesy and attention as grown folKs. .We
will not be undersold if we Enow it. Full value for your $
55 JOHN T. LONG
I ig Rnnmq 7 nnH fi r,
I Roseburg. Oregon. a
J. H. Al'STIX
Notary Public. fl,
Wilbur - - - Oregon.
3asgggtt b !) a t 0 r i.i j i. u u u. it
J. A. BUCHANAN
Notary Public. Abraham Bldg
y. Rosebajg, Oregon. ,