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About The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 24, 1909)
THE fcVKVlVO NEWS WHIXKKIAV, NOVKMBFIt 2t, 00
THE EVENING NEWS
JtV B. W. BATES
IHHVKD DAILY EXVKVT SIJXDAY
HubficTlilion Jtnto Daily
Per year, by mail $3.00
Per month, delivered 50
Per year 2.00
Six monthH ...... 1.00
WKD.N'KKIMV, NOVKMHKH 2-1, 0
d(ic;h at yoncaixa.
Cows rt.:iiiiiiK at largo during the
night In Went IlusuhiirK cauaed a
gcntlemnn to remark t;iduy that the
nlKht policeman could make a good
"luiul" most any time.
John It. Coffey, Btute Honator from
Muitnonmh county, unuoiinctH hlm
Bflf a ciindidule for m cretary of State
nnd HuyK that he will go tmforo t lie
Itc'iMilillc'iii iiHhfinMy for I tK endorse
ment. Upton Ik hhikIIiik out reports
what ho wi!l and what he won't do
in reward to hln forthcoming chal
lenge for the run. There in little
ilouht thiiL In 'his chttlleiigfl biiflneaH
Sir Thomas la adverting Ceylon tea
an miuh if not more than jmylhing
else, and there In melh-jd in hln Iiiad-nt'HS.
Interesting IteiiiN (inthered Ii a i
Mrs. J. T. Snaugh, of Looking
Glass, visited with relatives at this
place one day last week.
F. S. Moody, one of Sutherlln's
farmers was looking after business
Interests at this place a few days last
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Steam and
Oils Peret, and Mrs. J. G. Applegate
attended the hlg football game u(j
Kiigene last week
J. O. Paine and E. Leflenor were
business visitors at the county seat
the first of the week.
"Col." UlCif Ambrose made a bus
iness trin to KoBHburg last Monday
itoy Andres and Chas. Howe have
gone to henna where they aro em
ployed by the Leona Mills Lumber
.las. Pftree, of Roseburg, visited
with relatives In this vicinity last
.1. W. Wise made a business trip
to Oakland the tirst of the week.
Geo. .McQueen, of Cottage Grove,
was a business visitor at this place
a tew days last week.
A. Lliieback, the piano man or
Rosebtirg, was looking ufter IhihI
nesH matters at this place last Tues
At a special school meeting held
at this place the 1 Dili hist.. Win.
Jones was elected director for the un-
iYttfrrl iiTfn of C X. Moodv. re-
The Standard OH Comupny Is tired , HjK,l,.ii and O. F. Thiel was elected
it Is very seldom that it Is possible
to combine four great artists In one
company. And every one of the
artists Is a soloist, while solo num
bers are included in every concert a
special feature of each will be the
concerted mini hers In which the full
strength of the company will be en
gaged. Secure your seats early as the list
of bavin the Sherman anti-trnst
law intoifere with their oil trusts,
and propose to repeal that law at
the next session of congress. At
some hilure day in the history of the
country when It will result to the
prollt of- tho- lumber barons the na
tional flintier reserve laws will be re
pealed, and the timber will go Into
the hands of the trusts who will not
thank the government for expending
millions of dollars to preserve it for
There Is onought mud. In the unim
proved streets to make tho compari
son with those that are paved suffic
iently odlouH, nnd to urge their
early pavement. Tfiero is no reason
for unpaved streets In this eity where
there is business coming into town
in tlie way of pun-ham or of business
koIiik out of it in the shape of goods
sold over thoni. It is the general rule
that streets ure paved that they may
ho easier and moro comfortably tra
versed, and they are paved for the
reason that people, on the outside
are attraeted to a city thus Improv
ed in preference to a town nearer at
hand whose streets are of a primitive
order. ItoHeJiurg HimIh growth In
business and the number of her In
habitants since she began street
paving. There has been no com
plaint of any Increase In taxation;
on tho other hand property owners
wJio have holdings abutting on Die
Improved streets realize the improv-
inent has advanced the value of their
properly one-fourth more than It was
before. Owners of property on nn-
paved streets can now see the clean-.
liness there can be enjoyed, the con
venience that go Willi improvements,
the tnnease of business that Is pos
sible and tho large appreciation of
property values that is sure to follow
and they will stand by tho proposi
tion to pave all the streets. There,
is no judgment, no argument or no
reason for opposition to tho proposi
tion. The properly owner who is op
posed to it stands in (he way of the
Increase In the value of his land and
l.iu ...! II.. u l,1,l.,,-lti,r
the growth of the city upon the con
tinued advancement of which every
body's well being dependH. Hut they
will bo few when the matter Ih call
ed up for decision. The vole for fur
ther pavement will he larger in the!
majority than It was (lie first time,
and there will he more streets order
ed paved than there was In our first
attempt. This Is the Judgment of men
of reliability, business men who have
given the matter careful thought.
clerk for the unexpired term of I
S. Moody, resigned.
The turkey shipment from this
place for Thanksgiving was exceed
ingly light, due to the fact that but
few birds were in a marketable con
dition. The prltra paid for the b?st
birds was 23 cents per pound, while
Hi cents was paid for culls. Tho to
tal shipment probably did not ex
ceed JS, 000 pounds, which Is only
about one-half exported for Thanks
giving last year.
The recent storm U reported by
old settltrs to lie the heaviest even
experienced here at this season of
tho year quite a considerable dam
age being done In different places.
It Is reported that a large tree was
blown across the flu mo of the Skelly
Lumber Co., near the farm of Lee
Allen in Hayhurst, and that damage
to the maount of $200 was wrought.
K. P. Drew, the Scotts Valley nur
seryman, has been receiving a lot of
choice varieties of fruit trees of late
for his nursery and expects to have
fm up-to-date nursery within a short
The Modern Brotherhood of" Am
erica at this place met In regular or
der last .Monday evening and after
dispensing with the regulnr business
lodge adjourned and a repast was
spread and t he members, together
with several Invited guests, filled up
to their heart's content (and also
their stomachs), after a general so
cial time was enjoyed until quite a
late hour when all departed for their
homes filled with good cheer, sand
wiches, cake, etc.
The Mckenzie M'iry Makers
showed before quite a large audience
at this place last Tuesday evening
and for about t wo hours kept the
audience enleretalned in a royal
manner with the production "Paid
in Full," which is Indeed a hummer j
and was put on in an up-to-date
manner. MltS. McGLNTY. ,
Looking (ilass News. v
CAKPKT8 and ItUGS.
Our stock of Carpets and Rugs
is complete up to date. Ingrain
carpets at 30c, 45c, 50c, 65c, 60c,
75c, and 85c per yard. Hugs In room
size from $G.3u, In all wool, to $35.
Complete line of all classes of
H. V. STHOXG,
The biggest and best lino of Post
Card Albums In Douglas county at
Itosehurg Book Store. tf
Have you seen that special couch
we have on tale. You'll miss It if
you don t; a natural rest will do you
good stretch out. Rice it Rice, tf
the eminent English authoress,
writes about the English Suf
fragettes. She tells why they
resort to the violence that lands
them in jail.
Save a little of your indigna
tion fur the chapters of " The
Beast and the Jungle" that are
to come. Judge Lindsey hasn't
really started to get to the heart
of his story yet.
Alk u Ul tht frontiipiett
OAT8 60c bubhol.
HAY Votch. $12 to $14 too;
grain, $12 to $14; alfalfa, $17.
ROLLED BARLEi $30.00 ton.
STEBH& -Alive, 3c lb.
COWS Alive 2c.
VFAL Dressed, 6c. lb.
HOGS Pressed, 8c; Alive 6c.
BHFJEP 3 Vic.
POULTRY Mixed chickens, alive,
10c to 12c; dressed, 12c; ducks,
alive, 9 lip 10c; dressed, 14 15c.
Turkeys, alive 17c and ISc; dressed
20c and 21c.
n UTTER Creamery, 42 0 lb.
country, 87Vc lb.
HUOS 4 0c doz.
POTATOES New, lc lb.
WOOL Spring, 24c; fall, 20c;
year clip, 24c.
HONEY 12 He.
CABBAGE Hie. lb.
MX IONS 2c lb.
tjThe Next Thing on the Bill of Fare
Get wise read The News.
Goods of every desciiption
moved to any part of tlie
city. Prices reasonable.
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
GENTS1FURNISHINGS AND SHOES
Groceries is their Specialty, and they will
H. S. FRENCH
Try Them.For Dry Goods
The People's Cooperative Store
ROSEBURG ROCHDALE CO.
With the Freshest Flowers of the PrintinJ
Art. Il Is it Complete, Up to Dste Print.
kng Flint, Ready to Do Your Commercial
Printing Attractively, Your Lsw Printing
Accurately, Your Social PrintinJ Artie
lically and All Printing Expeditiously.
Iro"it Attention given fo oil orders
Dor Vernon Is back after visiting
1) Ih old home In Washington.
(The recent ruins have played havoc
with tho fanners In thin vicinity, nnd
should it continue for any length of
time all work will nessarlly have to
I hi Hdnndoned. Tho river Ift higher
nt present (hall for years with no In
dications of ulmtenient.
.Miss Nellie and Nlnu Voorhles are
spending a few days visiting at the
home of gran pa Morgan who Is
laid tip with the rheumatism.
! rank Strickland, who has been It)
for the past few weeks Is no holier
at this wrlttlng.
Christmas will he generally obser-
The Musical Event
of the Season
The Central Grand Concert Company
of New YorK City
AXIMILION DICK, America's leading violinist,
assisted by MISS EDITH ADAMS, acknowledg
ed as the world's greatest woman violin cellist.
MME AUBY PEARLH-MEYFR, Soprano, late
of Berlin and Hamburg, Germany. ADOLPH
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1st, 1909
RESERVED SEATS AT MARSTER'S DRUG STORE
Reserved Seats 75c.
Flour has nearly doubled in price.
B R E AD
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.
Ved in this locality, and It Is needless
to way that everyont will have u good;
lltn Plenty (if turkey lor nil. j
Miss Maud Olivant rent rued from
an extended vhdt with friends in j
tluV Law son, of Ten Mile, was a:
visitor In town last weok.
Novemher li). 1009.
This Is to certify that. 1 have se-
Trust Companv, of Jaekson, Miss., j &
throiight their agent, 1. S. 11. Walk-
er. or the IMh day of November, k
11H19. ater I had matured my eon-: 3j
tracts the company had my property I jj
dispelled and abstract examined and ; K
loitn closed up through the First i &
National Hank of this city satisfact
orily. 1 am well pleased with tho
loan and the treatment of their agent
Mr. Walker. .
Signed this 19th day of November,
WILMS S. HOWARD,
dnl! 7 Itosehurg, Oregon.
Willi L A5 5NUW
This is the claim made by all who send their
washing to the Roseburg Steam Laundry. To get
this result no chemicals are used. Your laundry
is not treated in a severe manner very much to
the contrary it is handled in the most approved
manner all the latest and most modern machin
ery at our command to do your work in a mos
America's Most (ill'teil Violinist Will
Appear In Itosehurg.
On December 1st, the music lovers
of lioselmrr and surrounding towns
will have an opportunity of hearing
Mavlmllian Dick. America's most
gifted violinist, who la making n tour
of the West ill concert. Mr. Dick is
without doubt today the leading nrt
ist of America on this stirring Instiu
nient. It is only on very rare occasions
that one has a chance to avail them
selves of the opportunity of hearing
any of the great artists, especially in
cities outside of the largest, and It is
:i verv fortunate happening that Mr.
Dick mut his company of select art
ists have been obtained ff this one
casion. It will be the only concert
of Its class to he held In Roseburg
this season, as the promoters be
lieve that It Is better to give one good
one than two or three medium ones.
The committee In charge and tho
music lover1? of Hosebnrg ure to bo
congratulated on being able to se
cure this attraction. Those that miss
this attraction will mlcs a treat, as
ROSEBURG STEAM LAUNDRY
0. C. BAKER, Prop.
Jackson Street - ' - ROSEBURG, ORE.
f. ii i. il r ii r ii p i' " ii it ii r "rum -iimn t vit r n n it n n n n n n n n n n n im u u uS
OFFICE ON SHERIDAN STREET NEAR DEPOT
WE STAND ON OUR REPUTATION
T Sure we have ladles' shirt waists,
X klmouos, long and short ones; bath
robes, aprons, long ones with and
T without sleeves: tea aprons, black
:and white collars, and all kinds of
neckwear, sweaters, Teddy Bear
J coats, and hoods tor the babies. Also
4 a tlrat-class line of millinery. Our
j Ic, 10c, 15c and 25c counters are
X loaded with good things.
i Hon do we sell them? Why
cheaper than anybody else. Why?
Because our expenses are less. Be a
Mlssouiiaus; come In and let us show
J Loaders in Popular Priced Goods.
Homo of tho lc Post Card.
1 FARMERS REAL ESTATE CO. i
K COMPOSED OF ' Zl
t D. R. SlUMBROOk', President
J. 0. NEWLAND, Treasurer
(Native Orcgonian) (Native of Ireland)
H. L. MARSTERS, Secretary
(Native ot Missouri)
Have Farms, Orchards,
StocK Ranches, 5 Acre
Tractsand City Proper
Hty For Sale ROSEBURG:
Agent for Snell
Removes all impurities.
IN THE HOME
Electricity furnishes comforts
heretofore unthought of.
The luxuries ot 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
of electric light
ft. T. PPino
315 N. Jackson St. Roseburg, Or E
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