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About The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 25, 1909)
THR KVKJTINQ WEW8 FItllMY, NOVRMIIKR 3ft, 10O0.
CLOTHES OF QUALITY AWAIT
n 1 t;
The straightest and sur
est road to g'ood Clothes
the best Clothes brings
you here. ' 1
If you frequent any of the "by
paths" you'll be apt to lose your
self in the tanijle 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, fo be sure but you'll
find that tha best is always here.
These clothes are made for us
by the Stein Mock Co. and David
Adier, two of the greatest Tailor
organizations in the wo'ld. Every
Suit we sell is sold with an ab
solute guarantee of Satisfaction
or your Money refunded or a new
mit in return.
' f i ;
' Remember quality is the true
test of cheapness. Hy p jr good
Clothes you shall know us.
HAS REACHED. THE
I (Special to The Evening News)
f PORTLAND, Nov. 2 Willamette
; river reached the flood stage today
j but Is now stationary. Many house
j boats hiive been washed away from
muorings, and the bridges joopar
I .ltepd foi a time.
XX '"- ii ,.,.r -t . (?fi.-r:--f.ri i .;
Rice $ Rice
(Special to The Evening News)
M KM PHIS, Tenn.. Nov. 26. As a
result of an argument between Con
ductor Lowery and Win. Moore, Miss
Lilly Barker and' Moore, both pas
sengers were killed. Angered Lowery
drew a revolver and fired at Moore.
He missed him, and the bullet struck
Miss linker killing her. He fired
ntffifn, the second bullet striking
Moore and killing him. Lowery es
t City News Briefly Recorded
Mnnv attractive Xinas KlftB iit Che.
Tlosolniri: liuok Store. tf
W. M. Murks, of Cnnyonvllle. la a
visitor in the rlty today.
Ifeadn.unrl.ms for Holiday goods
Is at the Koseliuri! Honk bloro. it.
8. 1). Fhort, of Oakland; wns n vis
itor III Hip city for a few hours yes
terday. Pocket knives, a llK stock of hlKh
grndo goods at the I tom-burg Uook
lnndor B. Klco, of Isadora, spoilt
ThanksKlvliiK In tho city a guest of
Tho beat box cnnfeoltontry,
"Lowmiy'B" fresh at the Itoseburg
Hook Store. tf.
to. Ambrose, of Yonrnlla, returned
homo 1Mb mnniliiR nricr spending
Thiinl'.KKlvliiR In the city.
l-'nthur Lam) I'ultirnoU to Albany
this nioriiliiK lifter spending Thnnks
Rlvlng with Father Mclloe In this
J, II. Short, or Drew, was admitted
fo Mercy Hospital yesterday. Ho Is
being attended by nr. Seiner, of tho
tlrm of t)is. Scch, Sntli'M ft Siowari.
famous Itlchiinlson'B Embroidery
Silks nt the Ai t Variety Store, Corner
of Pino and l.nno streets. swd-n2r
llev. iMcf-onnell, of the Christian
rhiirrh, went to Mvrtle Crook this
morning at which place ho will de
liver a lecture this oveul-ig
O. W. llnlhird liml dnugliler, Maud
left l.lt evenltll! fur Ashland where
they will lelnillll tor several davs
visiting with friends mid relatives.
Misses Veil and lllirlet Parker, (icr
trnilct Hint. It ti lilbson and ('.nice
l,allrli went to Sutherllu this morn
ing where ihev were entertained by
Miss Mil. lied Witlte
Miss Woodson, (if OranlH P:ios.
fpeut Thnn'.isglvlng, with lier Mend.
Miss Kva Kiiulkner In this city. She
left thts momlm' for Poftlniul where
she Intends to remain Indetiinllely.
Itev. ,1. Siuilh retunied tn O'lt
tago (Ji'uve this tiifirniiiLC after snend
ing the p,-ist wi'ek In the city nldliiL'
111 the Kl-ee Methndlst mci'tllius which
'bnve been held at the church In West
The Indies' aid of the M. K. church
will hold their iinniiul ('hi.vsanilie
mitiu hIuiw on Wednesilny mid 'riuus
ilay. lieceinher 1st mid L'ml. Ill rooms
formerly occupied by the Crescent
theatre. Prizes will be irlven or the
best specimens. There will bo also a
Mood supply of chicken -pies, lamiiles.
breml uud cukes for sale, lienieniber
the place and date.
(VI ). MA VN AHDl
CCNEKAL BUILDING CUNTKACTOKi
At Your Service
Ttosclntrg. Oregon Phono 193
THE WATER FRONT
DRY GOODS STORE
8hrltlnn Strwl Near Ttie Depot.
We don't sell for cost or below
cost but wo will sell rlht at cost.
If you don't believo it. try us and
bh. With each doljsi 'rt' worth oT
Koods purchased you tiro entitled to
a oh unco on t nice sot tif ailvoiwaro,
knlved, ftH'kn, table and tistspoons.
Beo tbem in (he window. Conie and
Fee for yourself, don't bo misled by
nny. on for yen will miss It
D. J. JARVIS
V.' h. Strnder, of 4,'el, was a vis
itor In the city yesterday.
K rn nk Kouk, of ' Cleveland, Is a
visitor in the city todny.
Ladies' hand bafts and purses at
low prices at Hoseburg fiook Store tf
Mrs. Patrick Koed and fahiily were
tho pnests or N. D. IcCall ut Fden
uower yesterdaj. ' j
Miss Man-air. of Oakland, returned
to her homo this morning after a
brief visit with Mends In this city.
I IJ. Walte returned to his home
at Hut her! in I tils piornini? after a
brief visit with friends In the city.
Tho divifrce suit of Uutherford vs.
Rutherford was dlsniisned in the cir
cuit court this morning.
Stevo Short returned t his home
nt Wilbur this morning after Kjiend
iik ThankHfitviim with friends in this
Mr. and Mrs. .TnmeR Morrytnan
went to Portland this morning where
they will spend a few weeks vlsltlivg
Dave Crosby returned to his home
nt. KltMle this morning after spend
ing Thanksgiving in the city a guest
Tho arguments in ho Iniunctlon
rnse of Howard vs. Cook were sub
mitted to Judge Hamilton this morn
ing. A decision Is expected later.
Ralph Smith and .Miss Hester
Smith were mnrrled at the Methodist
parsonage In this city Wednesday
evening. Rev. Jas, K. Hawkins of
uYhiting. IH Hard Ac Clayton have received
several hundred young fruit trees
from the Salem nurseries, at of them
to be planted In various sections of
Whit does voiip mother, ulster.
brother or sweetheart want for !
'iii;ih. a Photo made by C'.nrk's ,
Studio. Itoseburg National Uank
the lovers of tho beautiful, n
look at the evpus-ite Holiday lino at
It raves Art Kmporlum will do yo
good, and when you buy tho prices
will do your purse good. d-lf
A motion hits been tild In th cir
cuit etiurt by Atloi'iiey Klbert Her
mann, reitiesliiiL; that the divorce
suit of K-ank M. Uutherford vs. Kiln
Rutherford he disniinsst'd.
Mr.i. S. H. Morno and her Stin
d;iv school class of t he 11a pt 1st
churi'h will hold a window snle of
home cooking at Milfdge and Pleker
Itros. sitne next Saturday. Kverythltiv
In the Hue of home cookery, n-2 7
a Jackson has tiled a suit for
divorce In the. circuit court n gainst
hi wife. Horn lue.fson. lb alleges
that he and his wife were married al
Hays Creek In the e.ir 1 SO 7. the Hrsl
lew e:M.s of thPir wedded life hav
r beer, spent amldt the most
pleasant surroundings. A inong his
allegations Ihe liust.-and alleges cruel
and inhuman treatment, and furthci
stales that his wife caused him cm
sblerahle humiliation by the use of
The merahe.-s of Roseburg Lodge
No. n?ti. H. P. (1. Klks. and invited
guests, hud a Jolly evenimr hist
uii:ht at the hidue rconit, The at
te i. lance was lame and all were In
nocntated with the "good time fever."
The Klks "uu,l,,t'" supplied both In
st ruiiemtnl and vorul musio for the
occasion - the like of which has never
hrei! surpas.-od. Kianlic 11. Waite pre
sl.led durtiiR the social session and
was m sisted In rounding up the
voting bucks and old ones, too- bv
Policemen H. T. MeClalleu. Sam
losephsou and Win. VauRnren. After
inaiorlty of the herd was brought
beiore (he altar and "branded" with
a will -r rod for misconduct they felt
very thauklnl and were ''onsoled U
Ihe fact that "it might have been
worse.'' Rnast pig, ront turkey 'd
cr:nbcrv sauce, sandwiches of all
l lnds, ih fact everything In the way
j of good thie.us eat. had previously
neeii an inucd by the lunch com
i in U tee uud was iilaeed nt the disposal
of those present. The '"wind-up"
was late with expression f rum all
that 'here hail in ' been a di9l mo
ment U the evening's festivities.
G. W. Irnrle was in the city from
Melrose on business today.
Ihe Koseburg Hook Store is un
packing a large array of holiday
The biggest and best line of Post
Card Albums in Douglas county at
Roseburg Book Store. tf
Mrs G. W. Gago, of Dlllard, was
admitted to Mercy Hospital this
morning. The lady Is suffering from
a slight ataek of appendicitis..
Charles C. Evland was granted a
divorce from his wife, Ida Evland. in
the circuit court this morning. De
sertion was the chief allegation In
Tabltha J. Fordney has filed suit
In the rlreult court against Peter O.
Hall. She aeks that she hi awarded
judgment In tho sum rt $2000, as
damages for slai-.der."
Winter Courses .January 4th to Feb
ruary JHtb 10!.
Practical work, lectures nnd dem
onstrations will be given In such vital
subjects as General Farming, Fruit
Culture, Animal Husbandry, Palry
Inp. Poultry Keeping, the Huslness
side of Farming, Forestry. Cnpentry,
Blacksmith ing. Mechanical Drawing,
Cooking, Sewing, Dressmaking, Home
Management, etc '
All regular courses begin January
4th and end February 11th. Fannors
Weok Febvuary 14th to ISth
A onrdinl Invitation extended to
all Interested. ' '
Good accommodations may bo se
cured at reasonable rates. No nge
limit above lfi years. No entranco re
nuiroments. Prominenfectureres to
bo secured for special topics. The in
structional force of the Colege num
bers 100. Kxcellcnt equipment.
A special feature Is the Farmers'
Week Which come this year February
14th td lS(h. Lectures, ' discussions,
and a general reunion.
For fuither Information address,
Registrar, Oregon Agricultural Col
logo, Corvallls, Oregon. d-l:"-p
1).I1A W KAT1IKK ItKPOIlT
U. S. Weattier "pureau, local office,
Roseburg. Oregon, 24. hours ending
5 n. m., November 20; 1909.
Precipitation in inches and hun-
d red t lis;
Maximum temperature 4,
Total Preclp since flrst of the
month 7 83
Avg. Preclp. for this month for
32 years 4.33
Total Preclp. from Sept. 1, 1901),
to date 12 (13
Avg. Preclp. from Sept 1, 1S77.
The House Furnishers in Holiday Attire
Practical and Sensible
Gifts for the Holidays
Something here for every member of
the family. The question what shall
I give 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 for the home than to buy some
trashy present. This space will
only permit of a very few of the
many things that await your inspec
tion at this easy place to flhop.
AND ROCKERS FOR
the YOUNG and OLD.
Beautiful Davenports," Couches, Mor
ris Chnlrs and Rockers; Beautiful
Cabinets, Desks and Chlffoners and
Dressers; Beautiful Book Cases, the
Globe -Wernlca and others.
Elegant New Rugs
and Carpets, Portiers
And Couch Covers
Neither the old or young have been
overlooked here; Misses and child
ren's chairs and rockers, doll carts
and cabs; Children's dishes, toy banks
little red chairs and air guns; toy
wagons, toy furniture, little stoves
and ranges; hundreds of things that
can't be mentioned on account ot
Bigger and Better Stock
China and Silverware
Everything that's made in fancy china
and glasswaro; enormous stock of
1847 silverware and clocks. Carvers
plain and fancy, bone or silver. You
will be surprised at the profussion of
good things that will make sensible
presents. Also remember our prices ,
are the lowest.
j live House
1 Quality jjil
You are always welcome at this store. Children
given same courtesy and attention as grown folKs.- We
will not be undersold if we Know it. Full value for your $
'ElMtic" Book Cue.
Strait Reclining Chairs.
WE CARRY THESE
QOOD3 IN STOCK
fiOO ISALKH ov iiois lost
High Wilier Causes Hig Loss at Independence.
Five hundred bales of hops belong-'
lug to Isaac Plncus bona have been
submerged near the east bank of the
Willamette river, opposite Indepen
dence, entailing n loss of $25, (KM).
The warehouse in which tho hips
were stored stands back from the
river half a mile, but lis site is really
lower than tho land near the river, as
tho land slope? eastward at that
point. The water is up to the eaven
of the buiWfm?, and an attempt to
save some of the bales by cutting a
hole in the roof nnd lifting litem out
failed on account of the weipht of the
wet hops. .
The hops were bought of Goro
Rose last September, and at that
time Mr. ltosf warned the buyers to
i;et them out by tho middle of No
vember, but did not tell tlvmt why.
The (inn. which has Its h"udnuartrrs
at Tncoinn. did not anticipate a rapid
rise in the river, and no failed to take
Total excess from Sept. 1. 1M0f T. M iu,(.(l of ti,p wnrnli.;. Mr. Rose hlmdf
avk. i-rccip. mr wet sea- n!U a murher of bales, lint i:iod
them to hlKher land soon after the
for 32 wet sea-
1X1 It 8ALK" JO ""acres" IliieTandr
mile from town; li acres orchard;
all under cultivation: small house;
b'rn 2i)x!) ; poultry, team and a
wagon included. Only $uroo.
crop was harvested
"Wet hops are like wet tea." a hop
dealer said this morniim. in dlscussiiifi
the si t Million, "and so these POO bales
mav be considered a total loss, as
thev would not brii.i; anything evn
11 they should be unbultd and dried."
WHITE AS SNO W
Thisis 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 is at our itoniwand to'do your work in a mos
ROSEBURG STEAM LAUNDRY
" 0. C. BAKER, Prop.
Jackson Street - ' ' ' - ' ROSEBURG, ORE.
Roseb u vg
South Side Cass St., Near
STAPI.KTON & r.VTVEKSOX, Props.
OPEN AT ALL HOURS
l.enditiit and b st restaurnnt id the
city. None but white ptople employed
Nothing hot the best iu the market
served, (live us a trial and te con-vinred.
Wo tho UTHlcrslmiod tamv,TR niul
I rosidents of linad I it-t i-lrt. No. 15.
! horoliv Ivo notlc' tiuil n imhtlr nu'ot
; Ini: will bo !n'M nt Hrnckwav Solinnl
House It, said road district No. 1 5.
j of llouchlR routttv. Orcuou. on Mop-
dnv. Dorcmbor 27. IIMM. bcirtimitti:
j at two (2) o'clock p. m.. for tho pur
t post of votinc an adilitional tax upon
all roa' anil personal tnoporty slttiat
I "d In said road district, for the pnr
i pose ot Improvlim tl-e pulilic roads In
i said rjad district.
II. A. ItERflil'll
W. S. .IOIIXSO.N
.1. K. W II. SOX
I. H. NH'II Ol.l,
A. M. AHltlXOTOX
.1. T. MclUOK
.1. C. CARTKNTKll
W. K. SMITH
C. W. I.AWSOX
. I. C KK.XT
P. O JOHXSOX
W. S PHOSI
JOH.X 11. WKST swri20
Pearl lleanian and Snsie Uo.lden,
both resltlents of Dntiuias ciuntv.
were married ut I'ntene on Xovein-
; lior If. Kloyd A. Hess omriatlllq.
Onr Art line was never so exten
sive before, nor so mnch aiMir.-t i.tted
Prompt atienlion given to nil orders ir the nay they nre sellini; Is any
: i sign Don't wait until even-thing la
-p nicijfvr. ! picked over bi'forp buvins your
fA I DlSnUp i Xm.ti presents. Grave's Art Empor
ium , d-tf
TCI. I rill.K 0(11
The Musical Event
of the Season
The Central Grand Concert Company
of New YorKCity
AXIMILION DICK, America's leading violinist
assisted by MISS EDITH ADAMS, acknowledg
ed as the world's greatest woman violin cellist
MME AUBY PEARI.E-MEYFR, Soprano, late
of Berlin and Hamburg, Germany. ADOLPH
KN A UER, Pianist. . ,
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1st, 1909
RESERVED SEATS AT MARSTER'S DRUC STORE
Reserved Seats 75c.