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About The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 2, 1909)
TTIK EVKNiyO NEW8 THVHSIMY, KKCKMI1FR 2, 7000
UCtUJiXJ Iff I vl
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 lie apt to lone your
nelf 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 elutheB are made for us
by the Stein lilock Co. and David
Adler, two of the greatest Tailor
organizations in the wo-ld. Kvery
Suit we sell is sold with an ab
solute guarantee of Satisfaction
or your Money refunded or a new
ruit in return.
I Mrs. D. C. PUier Is confned at her
home wllh a severe cold.
Headquarters for Holiday goodB
Is at the KoEeburK Book Store. tf.
n. A. Hu.sHlicr, of Dillairt.
Is a visitor In the city this afternoon, j
J. W. Perkins went to Mitherlln 'f JJ
i hi" artcinr.on to look after business X?
For a rood clean shave, hair cut or
nalh, cnU at the Maddlx barber Hhop
Cats street. tf.
W. K. Catteren, deputy food com
missioner, is in the city lod'.y at-
tendirg business matters. j
Mrs. J. H. Heardy arrived here this t
morning after spending a few days I
THE STORE THAT SERVES YOU BEST
NEW YORK STORE
SATISFACTION OR YOUR MONEY BACK
Remember quality is the true
test of cheapness. Hy our good
Clothes you shall know us.
5 City News Briefly Recorded
Miss Minnie Fulk has gone to
Portland to spend n few days visit
ing at tho home of her slHtor.
The several ili yHlclitiiH report little
sickness of lute, presumably duo to
the Imurovement or the went her.
Workmen aro .cutting down the
poplar trees In the courthouse square.
Such was neceHHi tnteil on account of
tho rootK riuimigtiiK the sewers and
If you are looking for Rood sorvlce
In the mirher lino call at tho Maddlx
barber shop, Cass street, ItOBeburg
National Hank ujug. riiree cnair
Bhop. Hath rooms In connection, tf.
The first snow of the season to
fall In thlH Bectlr-u made its appear
ance this morning. Those who were
early to rise could detect snow cips
on Mi, Nebo, such being somewhat
of a curiosity in this locality.
"MY LADY OP TI1I3 SOUTH"
"Til 10 RILVRK HOARD"
"TIMS DANGER MARK"
'TTIIfl RCAKLKT FKATI II2R"
"TUB tJOOHK GIRL,"
"JOHN MARVEL ASSISTANT"
aro n few titles of new hooks on sale
at Roscburg Rook Store. tf.
One of the most delightful musical
events to he held In this city for
many a day occurred at the Armory
last evening, when the Schuhert Con
cert Company entertained a crowd of
about 250 persons for nearly two
hours. lOach number win rendered In
a most cieditablu manner, and Hume
who were fortunate enough to attend
aro loud In praise of tho members of
Jim troupe. Should they ever re
t' Hurn to Kosehtirg they will no doubt
be greeted bv a Initio audieme.
Pocket knives, a big stock of high
grade goods ut tho Kosehurg Rook
Attorneys A. N. OreuH and J. A.
Buchanan have returned from Salem
uiid Portland where they attended to
Attorney Reuben Marsters has
rented the nfllees formerly occupied
by F. H. McCord. the wireless agent.
He will move Into the new quarters
witnin a rew days,
For Men. There Is no boter shoe
made than tho celebrated 'J. K.
Tilt." which Is to be found at the
Milllkln Shoo Store. And for heavy
wear there Is nothing equal to the
'United Workman Shoe." dt-f.
The regular meeting of the Rose
burg Comercial Club will bo held
this evening, and all members are
urged to be present. Many mutters of
an Important nature are scheduled
for disposition, thurforo it behooves
you to turn out.
W. H. Jenkins, the popular S. P.
travelling passenger agent, spent sev
eral hours In tho city today. Ho re
ports over thing moving along very
smothly with tho railroad com nan v
since the recent heavy rains which
inconvenienced them to some extent.
Honors, the Individual who was re
cently brought, here from Riddle ap
parently siiiTeilng dementia, is still
((indued at the county fail v here he
will remain until such time as the
authorities at the California insane
asylum can ho communicated wllh.
Tho local otneers seem to believe that
Senors escaped from tho southern
Institution and was making his way
north when captured, lie is a Rus
sian and appears to bo of a weak
at points In the northern part of the
Kd Hlnklo was In the city today.
Some time ago he ran a thorn Into
his hand, and blood-poisoning en
sued. Dr. Houck has chage of case
and Ed today announced a marked
Improvement In the hand.
Lewis Poe has filed Hilt In the cir
cuit court again-1 Augusta Voll
brccht, asking that he be awarded
judgment In the sum of $50 with In
terest, alleged to be due on a prom-sory-note.
Attorneys Fullerton & Or
ciitt havo charge of the case for the
Mr. and Mrs. P. Collopy were In
the city today attending to business.
Mr. Collopy states that he had good
success wllh his hogs this year. He
improved the breed, and then fed
tho hogs good solid corn. The result
was tout the averaged 300 pounds
Tho biggest and best crockery store 1
In Southern Oregon. Everything that
is made In crockery, glassware, and j
China, we have It. From the plainest
to best hand-painted. Many beautiful ,
pieces of Llbby cut glass suitable fori
presents. Rico & Rice, the house
lOddle Smith underwent another
operation for tumor of the upper Hp J
at Mercy hospital yesterday. Dr.
Houck who has treated this difficult
case from the start, states that this!
Hent ban undergone, and after an
other Eddie will hava a perfect face.
Walker & Perrine, the loan agents
Intend to move from thier present
quarters In the Rell Sisters' block to
the store room formerly occupied by
George Rapp In a few days. The new
quarters have been recently renova
ted and will no doubt make very con
venient as well as attractive offices.
A peculiar incident connected with
tho recent drowning of Mrs. L. A.
Holdrfge is the fact that her mother
Mrs. Joseph Champagne met death In
a simitar manner. T:ie latter lady '
was drowned 25 years ago while ford-J
Ing the ITmpqua river at a point a TT
short distance south of the present
A very quiet wedding occurred at
the M. E. parsonage in this city yes
terday, when Miss Rose Wilson, of
Happy Valley and Fred Hoffman, of
this city, were united in marriage
Rev. Jas. K. IlawKins. officiating.
The cermony w-is witnessed by a
few Die-ids of the cot ti acting par
lies Don't fail to attend the entetain
meat to be given at '.he Maccahee hall
Monday evening, December G. mi ior
the auspices of tin Women's MlsMon
ai Society of the Mrst Preshyternn
Church, for the benefit of the new
ngan fund. An interesting "itisical
and literary program is beluj: pre
pared for. the occasion, and a eood
time Is assured. d f
Elmer Thompson and Miss Inez
Critchlow, the former a resident of
Yoncalla, and tho latter a resident of
Shoestring, were married at the of
fice of Justice of tho Pence John T.
Long; shortly after 4 o'clock yester
day afternoon. Justice Long officiat
ing. The happy couple returned to
their home at Yoncalla this morning
whore they Intend to reside perman
ently. A peculiar Incident connected
with the marriage is the fact that the
m'oom fs the fourth child of the
Thompson family to be married by
Justice Long within tho past
Friday and Saturday
Women's S Suits
Just a few left and to make a final clean-up on
them all, they close at the the very low figure oE
To appreciate this see them. (See window)
Friday and Saturday sale Only
50 Table cloths, AH
Ready Made $1.50
Beautiful table cloths,
regular $1.50 values,
best patterns,the thing
for every day use,
special 2 days only
1000 yards dress ging
hams for spring' wear
1000 yards beautiful
dress ginghams in a large
range of patterns, the reg
ular I2c quality and a
rare valuq at this time of
year. Buy now.
l Great HandKerchiet
Regular 10c Values 5c
Women's barred and
fancy bordered handker
chiefs, excellent values
Supply your every day
needs at such a low price
Childrens colored school
handkerchiefs. They are
good enough to loose. Sup
ply your needs now limit of
20 to a customer, special
Two days only
WIIKKK IS HOIIBINS?
St. Regis Indian baskets, 5 cents : ftctvtirtl for Iiirornmtinn 1'iiUhiK us
and up, at the ltoseburg Dook Store.ttj in t'oimn.Jcutimi With Him
The biggest nnl best line of Post
Card Albums In Douglas county at The undersigned Is desirous of ob
Hoseburg Book Store. tf mining information concerning the
Nothing Is too good for the Ilrlsh. I whereabouts of Ellas Jtobbins, for
for the county. Use the best, as ltinierly of Folk county, Oregon, and
Is the cheapest in the long run. Bee wl" l,tty r' reward to the person
Pat, t. placing him in communication with
You Will Find Shopping Easy and Pleasant
The Assortment Here Is Complete With
NEW SEASONABLE SHOWINGS
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A niarrhiKo llconse was issued to.
W. 11. Preston and Mtea W. K. Alex
ander, both residents of Myrtlo Creek
Have you seen that nnecinl couch
we have on ealo. You'll miss it If
you don't; a natural rest will do you
good stretch ouc. Rice & Rice, tf
What does vour mother, ulster,
til-ill lu,l Uiv,.oMww.it u-nl f,.,.
two nias. a Photo made hy Clark's
) Studio, Roseburg Niitloual Hank
I buildim;? tf.
Indian baskets, hlrrh bark, sweet
Krass and porcupine quill work made
by St. Regis, Mohawks, Iroquois and
I oilier tribes, for sale at ltoseburg
Rook Store. These aro pretty goods
at pleasing prices. tf.
Waller Kverett, the drunk who
was arrested last, evening while
roaming the streets in an intoxicated
condition, was arraigned before City
Recorder Omit t, shortly after neon
today. Knterlni; a plea of guilty he
was fined in the sum of $5, an
a mount which he readily paid.
Senors. the insane man eouilr-ed In
tho county jail awaiting examination
made his get-away shortly after one
o'clock this afternoon, Tnd was only
captured after an exciting chase up
on the part of Jailer llewes and As-!
sistant Stanelilf. It appears that !
llewes unlocked the jail to allow the
carpenters to work, forgetting that
the prisoner was within. Senors took
advantage of the opportunity, lunv
ever, walking leisurely up the street
as if wholly unconcerned, llewes and
Stancliff were notified by persons
who chanced to he in Ihe iirmediate
vicinity and was brought hack.
'Home of Regal Shoes and Hand Tailored Clothing
the said Uohbins A matter of much
importance. Will be quite a favor.
WALTER I.. TOOZE. JR.
d-sw-2t. . Dallas, Oregon
Benjamin Youni;, I). D.. the Giant
Preacher of the Northwest, now pas
tor of the Taylor street Methodist
church of Portland, has been se
cured by the local Methodist church
to nlve his address on "The man
of Nazareth" at the Methodist church
net Thursday eveniiiK at S p. m.
There will bo no charge at the door
but a free will offering will he taken
.11. i ciuwri iii uie leciui e Li i ii.Jn uy
expenses in securini? this able orator, l
The address to be :.lven is this m'eat I
preachers' masier piece, and is such 1
as appeals to the logical mind, y.it
so simple that a child ma under
stand. There will be nothing better
come to Roseburp till.', season.
CAI.fj VOll COUXTV WARRANTS
Notice Is hereby given all parties
holding county warrants issued by
Douglas county, Oregon, and Indors
ed "not paid for want of funds,'.' prior
to and Including the 27th day of Feb
ruary, 1D09, to present the same to
tho county treasurer of said county
at his ofllce for payment as Interest
will cease after the date of this no
tice. Dated December 2,19n9.
J. H. SAWYERS.
Treasurer of Douglas countv, Ore-S"-
1j. P. Rapp, of Elkton, who has
been in the city for ihe past few dovs
attending business matters, left this
morning for his home. While here he
purchased 1000 prune trees nndSOO
walnut trees which he will set out
c. id. jiaynard;
GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTOR
At Your Service
Roseburg, Oregon Phone 193
Winlor Courses January -f tit to Feb-i-uai-y
IHlii 1 mm.
IROX Iti:iS FOII lilli AM) i.itti;
We have just received tho swellcst
line or Iron beds ever brought to
ltoseburg. Prices are J3.no, $11.50
4.26. $:..00. $11.50. $7.00, $S.50,
sio.;o and up to 15.00.
Say did you see those Iron beds
at $2.00. $2.75 nnd $3.2S?
liny an up to date doll cab for
that little girl; nothing else will
please her half as much.
1 he nnest line ot rockers ever
shown in ltoseburg are on our floor.
Take a look nt them and be convinc
ed of our Btntement.
II. W. STRONG.
The Furniture Man,
CIIICKKX HI'S AND T..M.I.:S
1 on t forget t ue ch r san t hem v m
show, Peeember 1st and ind. Re
member th:;t there will be Ch'cken
Pies, r.n Wednesday and Tatnales on
Thurs.lny nnd other ood things both
days. Remember the place the
I rooms formerly occupied by the Cres
Practical work, lectures nad dem
onstrations will be given In such vital
subjects as Genernl Farming, Fruit
Culture. Animal Husbandry, Dairy
tug. Poultry Keeping, the Business
side of Farming. Forestry, Capentry,
mark-unit hing, Mechanical Drawing,
Cooking. Sewing, Dressmaking. Home
All regular courses becin Tanuarv
4th nnd end February llth. Farmers
Week February llth to ISth
A cordial Invitation extended to
Good accommodations may be se
em 1 at reasonable rates. No age
lin ; hove 1 tl years. No entrance re
quh -r nts. Prominent lectureres to
be s - -ed tor special topics. The in
struct lal (orce of the Colege num
bers 1 Excellent equipment.
A special feature Is the Farmers
Week which come this year February
1 4th to 1 Slh. Lectures, discussions,
and a general reunion.
For fuither information address
Registrar. Oregon Agricultural Col
lege, Corvnllls, Oregon. d-l-p
Sunday. December 6. at 2:30 p. m.
a memorial service will be held at
the K1U s TVmnle in this city W t
menil erance of the departed members
of the order. Tho public is iinimri to
attend. d-2t dw-Et
Gild. silver and copner have been
discttvered on the Fijo islands, where
there had never been any mining of
Has on display for tlie Holidays n
Choice selection of dishes. Including;
hand painted china, .Jnpnnscsc and
Chlnn dislies In beautiful designs. Al
so a. Hue line or silk handkerchiefs,
toys for tho children and some
line Ilrass ware. Call and make your
selection early. Prices nay down and
Ihe goods lire the best to lie liud.
THE WATER FRONT
DRY GOODS STORE
Sheridan Street Xenr The Depot.
We don't sell for cost or below
cost but we will sell right at cost.
If you don't believe It, try uj and
see. With each dollar's worth ot
goods purchased you are entitled' to
a chance on a nice set of silverware,
knives, forks, table and teaspoons.
See them In the winiow. Coiiio and
se for yourself, don't be misled by
uny oue for you will miss it
D. J. JARVIS
It any sort on a commercial basis.