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About The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 3, 1909)
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THE EVENING NEWS
HY B. W. BATES
INK U Dl DA I l,V KXfKI'T SUXIUV
Entered an necond-class mutter
Nov. B, 1909, at Koseburg, Ore., un
der act of inarch 3, 1879.
Huhsrrlption Jtiitcs Unify
Vor year, by mail $3.00
lr month, delivered 60
Per vear $2.00
Blx month" 1.00
' riMDAV, iic. i:.iii:i! :i, n.
The assessor ban found Jlltnoo.noO
of non-assessable property In Multno
mah county, tnd some p'jopln pro
pose to dnilt a bill and present It to
I ho next IcKisUiuro lo tax private
schools, churches, fraternal organ!-,
znlliiiiJ, hospitals aid the like. The
kIiobI of Kiiownoihlnglsui still walks,
but It Is only n ghost.
An Important achievement In tho
progress of medical science was nitirk-
id In Die simultaneous uunouueo
mcnls made a few days ago by the
Tufts and Harvard medical achoolH
In Huston regarding the success of
new ."ieruin treatments In cases of
pneumonia. Tho I wo schools havo
been working on the problem alow?
different lines. In tho Tufts oxperl
iiienls only two out of 4 9 ordinary
cases treated III the new way wore
lost and only nix out ol the 34 acute
cases. At Harvard live out of 4 1 mix
ed cases wore lost. '
The farmer) of Southern Oregon
fchoulri commonce tho agitation of tho
imtwnKO by Ihe next IkIhJi tti ro of the
Mutt? of a im ro HCed luw. There have
tieen Introduced into thin county alone
toveral pernlrloiiH foreign weeds that
have nt times taken everything before
them, nml rendered for a tline muny
farms hsHoha for tho growing of
Kraln or anything eluo, and brought
Iob In money and much work thitt
should not havo beon theliH to the
farmers. It is not necessary to pai;
ticiilario Ir.Htjinces, or nainn th crop
ilostroylng weeds, for many of our
farmers have suffered from them and
henco know tholn all. Hut thero Is no
use of having these pests repeated or
new ones of tint samo character In
troduced in their stead. They should
elect some fanner to tho legislature
who Is perfectly acquainted with the
subject, nml who has' studied the
means of remedying tho evil, or gel
together and secure tho material for
H proper hill and put II into the hands
of n careful nienihor of the hiw-mnk-ing
body, and direct, him to push it.
The law In force In Wisconsin has
many good features and few that are
ubjeetlonul. What of It that Is oh
jecMopiible enn ho eliminated,., and
other provisions added that will make
tho law almoHt complete and adapted
to tho wants of our per. pie. A skotch
of this law wns given In a former Is
tuo of The Ncwh. tut to oWaln the
law In full tho Stalo authorities of
Wisconsin would iw st likely have to
bo appealed to. Ah this Is a most
important matter to our iurmers. wo
suggest they, most capable of haud
:Ihk the matter, take It Into hvIhoh
consideration those long winter even
ings when they have ample time for
LET US ASSIST YOU
In Planning: A Delightful Christmas
Do not spend your money in something cheap
and trashy, but get something good and then you
have a lasting remembrance. Call and see our
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silverware
Novelties, Cut Class, Umbrellas, Hand
Come in and make your selections early while
the lines are complete. We do Engraving.
W. E. CLINGENPEEL
The Next Thing on the Bill of Fare
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.
Try Them In Your Order For
GENTS1FURNISHINGS AND SHOES
provide, adequate inspection to pre
vent tho Importation of shoddy and
other counterfeits of wool.
Attention was called to tho sheep
killing outrages on tho range, and the
opinion expressed that depredations and other sheep
of this character had decreased dur-.
ing tho past your. Indorsement was
given tho work of the United States
bureau o animal industry in the sup
pression and eradication of sheep dis
eases. Tho authorities of Wyoming and
Montana were asked to raise the
iuarautine aguinst Oregon sheep for
tho reason that tho disease known as
"scahbles" had entirely disappeared
from tho flocks of this state. I
The practice bf the railroads In de
laying sheep transit was declared to
ho without Just cause and as fre
quently resulting In serious loss to
tho shipper. A demand was made for
lower freight rates on shipments of
wool to tho eastern market; and the
blato railroad commission wos com
mended for Its efforts to bring about
a gen oral readjustment of freight
Attention was called to certain evils
existing In the administration of the
forest reserve relative to the grazing
of livestock thereon nnd tho govern
ment called upon to correct these
ovlls. Approval was given tho prin
ciple of forest prosovatlon by means
of forest reserves, the convention de
claring that it was not opposed to
forestry policy. Sheep growers In all
parts of the state were called upon to
wage vigorous warfare on coyotes
killing animals to
tho end that the slate may be freed
from these dehtructlve pests.
I. O. O. R SOCIAL
A box social' will be given in the
I. O. O. F. Hall at Looking Glass the
evening of December 16. 1909; at
Uev. W. M. Kalon will deliver an
address on Oddfcllowshlp; special
music will be a feature of the -ioclul.
Prizes will be awarded to the tvo
most popular Indies, and to the rent
Ionian who pays highest price for i
box. The public is invited. d-15
1NTKHKS n(ji DATA
'ui'iiisbed Im Local Observer Wm.
Itch, for November,
Will-UK IS KOHIIINS?
Itcivurd for Information Putting- uh
in Coiniinicutioii ith Him
The undersigned Is desirous of ob
taining information concerning the
whereabouts of EHub Robbing, for
merly of Polk county, Oregon, and
will pay $5 reward to the person
placing him in communication with
tho said Uohhins A matter of much
Importance. Will be quite a favor.
WALTER h. TOOZE. JR.,
d-sw-2t. Dallas, Oregon.
Many attractive Xnias gifts at the
Ftoseburg Hook Store. tf
Portland 12.5 i
North Head 13.9 .
Walla Walla 4.0
Red Bluff 2.7
Kalispell 3.0 .
Groceries is their Specialty, and they
Try Them For Dry Goods
bt. Regis Indian baskets, 5 cents
and up, at the Koseburg Book Store.tl
TELEPHONE 001 ''
Prompt attention given to all orders
RICE $ RICE, THE HOUSE FURNISHERS
Now's theTime to
'I'HIIV I'AVOIt TAItU'l'.
Contrary to all Itcports to the
! ltary Tai-itt is Popular.
At tho I2tll annual convention of
tho Oregon Wool Growers' Associa
tion, which waa held at Pendleton.
November 9 and 10. practically every
Hubjcct that could possibly affect the
Hhccp Industry was thoroughly dis
cussed. On nil the morn Important
subjects from Ihe wool schedule In
the new tariff law lo tlo value of
million us a food product the conven
tion adopted resolutions.
To the Oregon representatives In
congress the wool growers extended
their thanks for the iffectlve work
In helping lo retain Ihe IHugley
schedule on wool.
The government was called upon lo
This Is YourjO
The People's Cooperative Store
ROSEBURG ROCHDALE CO.
VK ARK TALKING
to tho LADIES NOW
Tho lloluhy Work is liefora you'
will there is the Xtnas dinner to plan
for. We can relieve you of much
votry anil work, which is economy,
too, you know. You'll timl all our
Tastry, CaKes and Bread
to be unexcelled. Orders delivered.
Special orders (jiven prompt attention,
l'laco your Xmaa orders now.
Buy Your Xmas
Gifts. Shop Early
and get first choice
lietter, bigger than ever
is our display of useful gifts,
odd pieces furniture, book
cases, desks, dressers, buf
fetts, side boards, china
closets, combination cases
lounges, couches, davenports,
settees, parlor sets, chairs
the Rye." That's
the tune you'll step
to if you should
fail to shop early.
Sewing machines, washing
machines, ranges, kitchen
cabinets. Everything to make
merry the home. Cuttlery
all kinds, 1S47 Rogers Bros
silverwear at prices below
them all. Carvers, roasters
and coffee perculators.
A pleasant thought, a wise suggestion, a timely hint. Swell Ro.-kers, Morris chairs, Couches and
Puvenports, Iluffetts, China Closets, Lliners and extension tables 1847 Roger Iiros. Silverware. The
latest Coffee I'erculator, Size 1-3
We Never Forget
the Little Ones
Little red chairs, dollie go
carts DO cents up, toy dishes,
toy tables, toy stoves, knives
and forks and childs sets,
rockers, high chairs, black
boards, toy banks, air guns
for boys, toy banks and game
I l il '
Flour has nearly doubled in price.
We sell :
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.
CASS STREET PHONE 357
T Sure we have ladles' shirt waists,
J kimonos, long and short ones; bath
t robes, aprons, long ones with aud
T without sleeves: tea aprons, black
J and white collars, and all kinds of
neckwear, bw caters, Teddy Bear
$ coats, and hoods for the babies. Also
a llrst-class lino of millinery. Our
lc, 10c, 15c and 25c counters are
T loaded with good things.
i How do we sell them? Why
cneaper tnan anybody else. Why?
T Because our expenses are less. Be a
Mtssouriaus; come in and let us show
Lenders In Popular Priced Goods.
Homo of the lc Post Card.
Agent for Snell
Removes all impurities.'
There will be something doing if you
selected marked and laid away for you
wait too long. Mail orders promptly attended
f7.. -1 it
to. Goods t 'SU. . '""n
Fill Your House
with lipht no house
without electric lights.
an wire ".ny old" buildingi the
best work i when the hoa.e is bein
const.ucted. We re ,lw.v, re
iogivean.ccnr.te estimate and
guarantee the beat work.
G. L. PRIOR
315 N. Jackson St. Roseburg, Or