The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920, December 04, 1909, Page 2, Image 2

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    THE M'KViyq NEWS HAITKUA V, DKTKMIIKR 4. IMM.
THE
EVENING NEWS
JIY B. W. UATtS
18HUKI) DAIIjV KA;iIIT SUNDAY
'Entered aa second-class matter
Nov. fi, 1909, at KoHfburg, Ore., un
der act of i-.urch 3, 1879.
HulMt'i-lption Jlntrs Dully
Per yoar by mail 3.00
Pr mouUi, dollventd 60
HrmJ-WY.'kly
Per your .. 2.00
Six months 1.00
SATl ltii.1V, Jt. CMI Ht I HHiU.
Tho County Court of Multnomah
ImH nlviiij notice thut it imyn no mort
blllH for HUM) hire for the K'und
juiorH, und ll'o Portland jmiorn any
tho fintoa woro lined for "joy rlds".
Js that nr?t a tou;:h Mory on iho mor
al metroiioliH of OrtKon?
Ahrnhmn Uitof In out of Jail on a
$300. one hail. Now iliat Srel(l
no loimor fnntrolB the rotirts and tlx
detective syatrm of inunufiicturlnK
cvldninru to Hint tho ciiho Ih about to
he abollhlH'd In 'San .'ranclsro, It Ik
quite proltiihlc tl:it holtift out of jail
ftiipf will l.iiv out. The nov thtnir
the public will lif-ar wll he his death
or ciimplutn d'Hdiansp. !iu is one or
the KreatcHt of San Frnwlwio law
.vers, and it la u pliy ho was not ncre
Hnlistlcd with that honor and kept
closur to a .course crmslRteiit with It,
Knuti the f'nltirrms of This
WiM'k'i Owl.
Comity School Snpnrin London t
f'hanoy Ik visiting the Oakland pub
lic Kchoolii thin weok.
J. II. and Dean Cochran, formorly
DoUKl'iH county tear horn, but now
Medford liiHiiraiice writers, are In the
, city.
C. H. Gnltin returnt'd from Mis
souri the first of tho week. Mr. Onlun
1b delighted to bo back at home once
more, lie ik;e!firt'H that even PoukIhh
county mud looks Rood to him. Noth
ing like a loyal subjoct in tho realm.
lImpTia lofltfe of Odd fr'cllmvH has
flirted the following oOlccnv Kd Pal
ms, N. O.; A. S. Colo, V. .: Dr. W.
C. (illmour, HtsrtftHiy; W. C. Under
wood, treasurer. Tho officers will he
Installed some lime next month. Ap
pointive officers will then bo seine tort.
Wallace Kreyer returned to Kol-i
lOfJtg vwHtyrdfty. He wuh lit Roaebui'K
tho first of tho woek intervlowliiK
county judKo In regard to spcuiIiik
a rock crusher at Klkton, KoIIoki,
Long Prairie pnd Heddon Din IT. Tho
rock crusher Is asurrcd at an early
date,
Ijiat prld.-iy evening Oakland Mu
tton In lodge elect d the following? of
ficers: .fiiines II.' Dearlint:, worshipful
master; A. J. Pear. senior warden;
I. M. Vernon, swretary; Frank (lor
rell, tren surer. The offlerea will ho In
stalled nnd appointive officers He lee t
ed on St. John's dav at M) p. in.
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 ydu
have a lasting remembrance. Call and see our
stock of
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silverware
Novelties, Cut Glass, Umbrellas, Hand
Painted China.
Como in and make your selections early while
the lines are complete.' We do Engraving.
Phone
214.3
W. E. CLINGENPEEL
Jeweler and
, Optician
The Next Thing on the Bill of Fare &
Where are You Going to Trade?
AT THE
ROSEBURG ROCHDALE
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
gents;furnishings and shoes
IlltU.V NOTKS
Clillcl l'nini the Newt CoIiiimiin of
tho Noupiirld
Horn To Mrs. A; S. Kriezo, a
son, November 28, 1909.
Horn To Mrs. Mil Khtlcy, a
boy, November 13, 1909.
Til-) stane bus resumed Its trips to
Elkton und Ccos liny.
Horn To (ho wife of Homer
Mnnsfleld, early November .'(0, a son.
Tim largo quantity of wire now
lyiiif; at the station is not intended
for the Cos liny nillrond. as some
peoplo linvo fondly hnuKiucd, but will
be used for signal stations on the
main lino both north nnd south of
Drain.
A series of revival mw?Hncs nro
being carried on in tho M. K. church
beginning on Wednesday evening,
laHt with a song service. The Ilov. C.
M. VanMarlar. the conference evnn-
:ellst, assisted by the nastor. having
charge.
The entertainment civen bv tlie
hiull school, under tho ansnlces of
Mr. nnd Mrs. Garland on Tuesday
evening last, was it very entertain
ing and ligreoabl'3 affair. Tho large
Chltpel Hall was crowded Willi peo
ple, nnd one and' nil proclaimed the
the exhibition the "best we have
had."
' music will be a feature of the w)clul
Prizes will be awarded to the tvo
most populur ladies, and to the gent
, Ionian who pays highest price for i
box. The public is invited. d-15
COJIINCi! COMIXH
. O. (). Fj HOL'IAli
Tho biggest and best crockery store
In Southern Oregon. Everything that
Ir made in crockery, glassware, and
China, wo have It. From the plainest
to best hand-paliiled. Many beautiful
pieces of Llbby cut glass suitiiblo for
presents. Itlco & ltlco, the house
furnishers.
'
l.OCATi MAItKIOT
tVreals.
WHKVr $1.00
OATS Bile bushel.
IIAYi Vetch, $12 to $14 ton;
Krnln. $12 to $14; nlfulfn, $17.
ltOI,Li:u IIARI.KY $30.00 ton.
liiVI'NtCOk.
STKRHS -Alive, 3e lb.
WS Alivo 2 Vic.
VKA1, Pressed, dc. lb.
lions I'ressed, 8c; Allvo f.c,
81 1 UK P 3 Vic.
POULTRY Mixed chickens, nllve,
10c to 12c; di eased, 12c; ducks,
Rllvn, II G 10c; dressed, 14 15c.
Turkeys, alive J7c and ISc; dressed
20c. and 2 Ic.
ItllTTUlt Creamery, 42MiO lb.
coimtrv, 37 Vic lb.
K I OS- 40c doz.
rOTATOUS Now, le lb.
WOOL Spring, 24c; fall, 30c;
year clip. 21c.
1IONKY t2ViC.
OAHIIAC.K 1 .ac. lb.
ONIONS 2c lb.
A box social will be given In the
I. O. O. K. Hall at Looking Glum the
evening of December 16, 1909, ut
7:30 o'clork.
Itev. W'. H. Knton will deliver un
address on Oddfellowship; special
I Benjamin Young, f). D., the Giant
Preacher of tho Northwest, now on
tor of the Taylor street Methodist
church of Portland, has been se
cured by the local Methodist church
to give his address on "The man
of Nazareth" at the Methodist church
net Thursday evening lit S o.
There will be no charge at the door
but a free will offering will be tnken
at the close of the lecture to defray
expenses In Becurlng this able orator.
The address to be p.lven is this great
preachers' master piece, and Is such
as appeals to the logical mind, ynt
so Hlmplo that a child may under
stand. There will be nothing better
come to Koseburp thir. season.
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 & Hlce. tf
LODGE DIRECTORY
AF. A. A. M. Lorel Lodxe, No.
13, bold! reKUlar UKMalniii
on tho secoml and fourth
Wednesdays ol each month. 80
lourncri Invttpd to attnnd.
IIKXTKK MCE, W. M,
N. T. JEWKIT. Secretary. '
I.
(. K. M Improved Order ol Red Men
meets tn Marcalnje Temple first And third
Moudayi. V lulling mem hern welcome.
W.U.ttAIHHtJ. Suciieiu.
F. H VINUIUC of R
UNITKD ARTISANP UtnpouB Anmbiy Nn
. .05, mceti wjcond Ht)-1 fourth Friitayn ol
far-h month, 1u Mrtccalwehnll. Vlhtlu,
TTchflrn will rpr-eivn r '-ordlnl wpirome.
DI-LLE bTEVKNON, M.A. KOHINA I'ATTHIC
Hupi. M1U.EMMA FAPl KN Kh . 01
W
OODMrN irTllKWOHUMi i iim No.
iin, mecu av me una reuowi tiaii m
Kosebars. even tint and third. Hoo.lv
evening. VlitlUng neftrhnrsalwavs wclcoii,,
J. KAKL PlCKKNS, C C.
E.N. EWAKT, Clerk.
LllAO CKCLK No. 4'J, Worn ad of Woodcra
meutH 011 firftt and third Mondny even
uiiEfl nl each month in the I. O. O. K. huil
VIbHIiir mou.bcrslngood tttandln? are Invlieo
I11 alU-iid MAHV O'NEAL. U.N.
CLA KA BOBEN. Clerk. i
Groceries is their Specialty, and they will
please you.
Try Them For Dry Goods
The People's Cooperative Store
ROSEBURG ROCHDALE CO.
BP. O. E. Roaebur ..odtft-. No. MS. holU
UKUlarcoramuniuatlonii at tnelr Temnlt
on Boroml and fourth Thursdays of pnch
month. All memrxTg reiiuested to attend reg
u.arlyaud ill vlaiUiiR brothem are corflipllT
nvitcd toatUiiid.
W.W UA KDRWKL, K. R.
G W.STALEY, secretary.
LO. T. M.,
ular re
at2nVl
Knsebnre Hive No n llnH
revitwa on overy Tuesday afternnoria
rtfnthtir lllvoa visllltir in tin. nitu
111 iicu iu nut-iiii nur reviews.
J-SKi'HINK SKtNALNERS, Com
MRfl. JKHHIK HAI1J, K. K.
A K. B RoHebunr Chapter No. 8, hold theft
anno, gwu hbuuiu, itjspncuuilj- lOVIlW
losuena. MARY E. HOUCK. W. M.
KHEE JOHNSON, Becretary.
FO. K.Kowtrjunr Aerie No U97, meet! 2nd
and 4th Mondayi In I n.np hall at 8
O. O F.. Rtin? Htar IxhIks, No. 171, meets a
Odd Fullnws'Tomple every Friday evenln
Visiting brethren always wclemne.
F. II. VINCII,. N.O.
W. H. IMWKLL, R. 8.
M. KH KI.K. r. H
Your Hat Is on Straight
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RICE RICE,
A.
THE HOUSE FURNISHERS
Now's the'Time to
Buv Your Xmas
Gifts. Shop Early
and get first choice
Better, 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
and rockers.
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ATTENTION
Flour has nearly , doubled in price.
' We sell
BREAD
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.
CHURCH BROTHERS
CASS STREET j. PHONE 357
uosing uui )aie ot
If! I Hilinery . The
: AH miMinnry at coat and below until i
How About Your Head?
Uf that It on straight you will coma to
thii Printing Offtca for your Carda, In
Vitationa, Programa, Stationary, tvry
thing In tha way of txquiaita printing
for aooial utea butineti ui, too, if
tha young man maarta buiineaa .
gant Wadding Carda.
THE NEWS OFFIQE
Telephone 1351.
"Coming Through
the Rye." That's
the tune you II 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 Kogers Bros
silverwear at prices below
them all. Carvers, roasters
and coffee perculators.
A pleasant thought, n wise suggestion, a timely hint. Swell Hojkers, Morris chairs, Couches and
Davenports, Dutfutts, China Closets, Diners and extension tables 1817 Roger Bros. Silverware. The
latest Coif oe IVrculator, Size 1-3
We Never Forget
the Little Ones
Little red chairs, dolliego
carta 50 cents up, toy dishes.
toy tables, toy stoves, knives
and forks and childs rots,
rockers, high chairs, black
boards, toy banks, air guns
for boys, toy banks and game
board's. ' -
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AH millinery at coat and below until
clobeJ uut. We need the room and don't
want to curry anything over to next
eeasen. Our aim is to dive you new and
up-to-date goon's. We do not want to
have any old material on hand to work
over. We mean business Come in and
let UB supply your needs
Fair
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Winnie Gaddis
THE PLUMBER
Skylight Cornices
Heating Ventilating
Agent for Snell
Water Filters.
Removes all imparities.
Phone 2101
Hoseburg
Oregon
There will be something doing if you wait too long,
selected marked and laid away for you
Mail orders promptly attended to. Goods
a
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Fill Your House
ith light no house is modem
wilhout electric lights. Though we
can wire "any old" building, the
best work it when the house is being
constructed. We are always ready
io give an accorate estimate and to
guarantee the best work.
G. L. PRIOR
315 N. Jackson St Roseburg, Or
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