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About The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 29, 1909)
MONDAY, XOVKMUER 20, 1!M0.
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LOCAL NEWS. ;
THK KVKMNO NEWS
CLOTHES OF QUALITY AWAIT
The straightest and sur
est road to good Clothes
the best Clothes brings
If you frequent any of the "by
paths" you'll he apt to lone your
self in the tanjjlo of misleading
Whatever we do is well done
whatever we buy is well chosen
quality is the object and perfect
Uuthes satisfaction and ell -jet.
There are many other places to
buy Clothes, to be sure but you'll
And that the best 'is always here.
These clothes are made for us
by the Stein Block Co, and David
Adler, two of the greatest Tailor
organizations in the world. Kvery
Suit we sell is sold with an ab
solute guarantee of Satisfactipn
or your Money refunded or a new
fuit in return.
V .'5'.& Remember uualitv is the true
-S 'ft8'' cneaPness' -"y 'jr B00(i
Clothes you shall know us.
Frank Caventler spent yestonliiy
t Whitman on, business connected
with his nil I roil (I tl u 1 1 .
Iko Thornton and wlfo returned
from Kutjeiie laHt evening where they
Dolt Smith, of Oaklund, came over
yesterdny to spend the day with his
on, Saniual, the liveryman, lie was
accompanied by ln, Sam Smith und
child who Bjient ThanksKlvIng at lila
ConKi'essman Hawley left Salem
for Washington todtiy.
Will l)ellou i-eiurnod from Marsh
field laHt nlsht, after a mouth's visit
to I hut place.
Dr. .Faulkner, of Dniln, came- over
this morning to look, after business
Mrs. Clements and children,, of
Olcuditle, were visitors, in the. city
for a. few hpury yesterday. . , ,
Many attractive Xmas gifts at the
Rosekurg Uook Store. . . i . tf
Mrs. C. W. Martyn r-tuined to her
home at Portland this morning after
I viitlting fi lends In the cl'.y.
I The biggest and best line of Post
I Card Albums In Douglas county at
Itoseburg Book Store. ty
, ur. nruier wtlil Ml motile mis
interning to attend Mrs. Will (J Drown
wl:o is reported dangerously 111.
I H. M. L'oyd, one of our prominent
; farmers, has Den called to Minnesota
i by the death of his bnrther.
I W. C. Sagaberd and wife, of Scotts-
bttrg, reutrned home yesterday morn
1 Ing after a brief visit with friends in
Charles Fisher, editor of the Kn
gene Qmtrd, accompanied by his wife,
spent yesterday In the city visiting
George Qiilne, of Riddle, who has
been spending the past few days in
the city attending business matters,
returned to his home Saturday even
ing. Mrs. Jessie Shamhrook, of t'nipqiiu
Ferry, spent Inst evening in the cily.
She left this morning for Dlxouvllle
where she will spend a few days vis
iting her brother, Tom Dixon.
Our Art lino was never so exten-
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ii me nj nn:j aits BqiiiiiH 1 Uliy
sign. Don t waft until everything
picked over before buying your
.mui presents. Grave s Art Empor
ium , d-tf
Mrs. Minnie Jones returnod . home
this morning after spending several
I week at points In southern part, of
i me state, while away sne visited at
Urania Pass and Melln where she has
Indian baskets, birch bark, swoet
grass and porcupine quill work made
by St. ltegls, Mohawks, Iroquois and
other tribes, for sale at Roseburg
Book Store. These are pretty goods
at pleasing prices. tf.
Attorneys. J. A. Buchanan, A. N.
Orcutt, George Neuner. and Albert
Abraham went to Salem this morning
where they will atttend legal matters
before the. supreme court. They ex
pect to return home Wednesday morn
The Indies' aid of the M. E. church
will, hold, their annual Chrysanthe
mum show on Wednesday ancj, Thurs
day, December 1st and 2nd, in rooms
formerly occupied by the Crescent
theatre. Prizes will be given or the
best specimens. There, will be also a
good supply of chicken -pies, tnmnles,
bread and cakes for sale. Remember
the. place and. dale. ... ...
Headquarters for Holiday goods
Is at the Roseburg Book Store. tf.
For a good clean shuve, hair cut or
oath, call at the Madd'.x barber shop
Cats street. . tf.
Pocket knives, a big stock of high
grade goods at the Roseburg Book
J. D. Wilson returned to his home
at Yoncalla this morning after a
brief visit with friends In this citv.
.. Huey, the jeweler, left for Port
land this morning where he will pur
chase a line of novelties for the
R. E. Smith, of the Douglas
County Abstract Company, went to
Kugene last evening to attend bi.si
Mrs. Ij. O. Fettit Is confined at her
home with a severe attack of para
lysis. Her' condition Is considered
William Cobb, of the Cob Real
Estate Company, went to Glcnbrook
this morning where he will spend a
couple of days.
Alias Merle Moore, of Spokane.
arrived hem this morning to spend
a few days at the homo of her moth-
, Mrs. J. W. Moore.
The Ladies' Guild, of St. Georae's
church will meet at the parish house
at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon.
All are urged to be present.
Li. II. ! rancher, aimer ntendent of
the Oakland schools, was a visitor
In the city yesterday. He was accom
panied by his daubhter, Hazel.
Mrs. F. H. Hunter returned to
Portland this morning after a brief
visit at the home of her parentj. Mr.
and Mrs. J hn Hnnt.-r In this city.
Superintendent Field's private cat
was attached to the northbound lo
cal this morning. Mr. Fields Is mak
ing an Inspection of the lines under
Mrs. Carpenter, of Portland, who
has been visiting friends In the ctiy
returned homo th:R morning. Mrs.
Carpenter is a cousin of Mrs, Dexter
What docs - vour mother, sister,
brother or sweetheart want for
Xmas, a Photo made by Clark's
Studio, Roseburg . Nutional Bank
Knafflt-s Pickens and Knnftl"s
Haynes left pn the morning's, triln
for Portlund, where they will go in-o
business. The best wishes of many
friends accompany them..
Mrs. S. H. Morse and her Sun
day school class of the Baptist
church will hold a window sale of
home cooking at Mlledge and Pickens
Bros, store next Saturday. Everything
in the line of home. cookery. nr27
W. S. Strader, of Peel, was a vis
itor in the city yesterday.
. Wni. Hodge, of Looking Glass was
In the city. for a few hours today.
George H. Hlines. of Portland,
was a visitor In the city yesterday.
The best . box confectiontry,
"Lowney's" fresh at the Roseburg
Book Store. tf.
If you are looking for good service
in the barber line call at the Maddix
barber shop, Cass street, Roseburg
National Bank Bldg. Three chair
shop. Bath rooms In connection, tf.
tor Men. There Is no beter shoe
rnade than the celebrated "J. E.
Tilt." which Is to be found at the
Millikln Shoe Store. And for heavy
wear there Is nothing equal to the
United Workman Shoe." dt-f.
Deiuiar Greene, at one time mes
senger at the olDce of the Western
Union Telegrupt .Company, is pjiend
a few days in the city visitlngfrlends.
The lad lett Roseburg months ago
and since that time has resided at
Miss Flossie Shambrook returned
Miss Carrie Hodge, of Looking
Glass, Is spending several days in
the city Isitlng friends.
D, P. Fisher, the painter and dec
orator, went to Sutherlin this morn
ing where he has been awarded sev
L. G. Hicka, engineer for the
Sutherlin Land and Water Company,
s)ent Saturday evening and Sunday
In the city visiting friends.
J. P. Rice left this morning for Iii3
home at Portland after a brief visit
at the home of Mr. and MrB. W. F.
Hodge, at Looking Glass.
W. M. Hargan left for his home
at Portland this morning after spend
ing several days in this vicinity vis
iting friends and relatives.
Mrs. C. W. Bradford carries the
famotiB Richardson's Embroidery
Silks at the Art Variety Store, Corner
of Pine and Lane Btreets. swd-n25
Mrs. Swantle Peterson went to
Medford yesterday morning at which
place she will spend several days
visiting her sister, Mrs. S. R. Barker.
The store rcom formerly occupied
to baiem tins morning alter spending by George Rapp, and situated on
a few days visiting at the home of,CaRS street has been painted and
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I). R. thoroughly renovated. It will be oc
Shambrook. At present Miss Sham-' cupled by a real estate flnn at an
brook is employed In the Governor's early date.
office. I Georue Veuner. who has choree
The biggest and best crockery store of taking the school census In this
In Southern Oregon. Everything that district, reports task nearly com-
is made In crockery, glassware, and pleted. He expects to have the list
China, we have it. From the plainest complied and In readiness to submit
to best hand-painted. Many beautiful to the school board within a few
pieces of Llbby cut glass suitable for days.
presents. Rice & Rice, the. house Wendall Bell, who has boen spond
furnishers. Ing the past few days In Hie city vls-
At the regular semi-annual election ltlnS at the home of his parent. Mr.
of officers held by Proletarian lodge, and Mrs. William Bell, returns to
I. O. O. F., Saturday evening, the fol- Corvallis this evening where he will
lowing persons were chosen to serve resume nis studies at the Agricul
the lodge during the -ensuing six tllral collegs.
months: L. L. Baker, N, G-: A. R.I A- K. Ki.skle, who Is a recent ar-
Marker, V. G.: N. T. Jewett, Rec, Sec. " ' Douglas county, has pn'chas-
F. A. Ca vender, Fl. Sec;
Governor Frank W. Benson and
Dr. R. 'E. L. Stelner, who have been
at Winchester Bay duck hunting, are
marooned at Gardiner. The governor'
ed a small place in Edenbower, and
Is preparing to set out a choice lot of
fruit trees. MP. Kuskie was In Hose
burg this morning and mnde this of
fice a pleasant call,
H. F. Frear. locnl nianflcer of thi
and physician started from the hunt-' local light and water company, re
Ing grounds In order to get back to ports the Winchester plant In bad
Salem last Friday,- but only reached shape at the present time. A large
Gardiner. Owing to the heavy rains force of men are at work, however,
and washouts the huntera had to lay and It Is- expected that the damage
oyer and wait for the sun to comoj 1B repaired at an early date,
out. They are now stopping with G. W. Gage and dnughter returned
Clifford Benson, the governor's son, ' home last evening after spending a
at Gardiner. However, the governor few days in this city. Mrs. Gage is con
writes to his secretary, C. N.. Mc, fined at Mercy Hospital, but will be
Arthur, that he will be able to make probably able to leave the Institution
Salem by Monday and that he Is feel-, the latter part of the week. She is
ing fine , from his outing. Salem said to be much Improved at this
THE ST0RE THAT SERVES YOU BEST -
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$2.00 Satisfaction Or Your Honey Back Gt?Z
Extraordinary Bargains to Close the Month of Nov.
Mail r Phone Orders Filled. Free Delivery to Any Part of the City.
m m on,y
VALUES TO $28.50
Just an even 20 of them. They are beautifully made, Skinner's
satin lined: they are strictly tailored come iri several colors, and all sizes.
Full long coats pleated and gored skirts. In fact you would not get
these at such a sacrifice .m the price had they not come too late for early
selling. The manufacturer made the concession, and hence you benefit.
A chance to get a $25 to $28.50 suit at less than cost of materials.
L-J LJ n,y
See the puarautt'e lablc it insures the
wear, a guarantee for three months, see
that you get it, tor tomorrow (Jf AO
only, a rcguhr$6.eo uiulers.kiriPJyO
Women's fancy flannelette kimonas,
handsomely nnule and good patterns C ,
all sizes. Special last day sale OjL
Big Sale Dress
$6 and $7
Women's dress waists, in blacks and all
colored silks, they are great values at
so little asked for them for the
last day in the month. Special'
Ladies' gray and white Oneita under
wear, regular $1.50 quality, peci
lor me last day