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About The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 7, 1909)
THE RVK.VI.Vq NEWS TrKSIAV, IIKCKMIIKK 7, 1009.
THE EVENING NEWS
I1Y B. W. BATES
LET US AS5IST YOU
In Planning A Delightful Christmas
is.hiii; daily kx;kit i?umay
Entered aa second-clans matter
Nov. 5, 1909, at Koseburg, Ore., un
der act of ...arch 3, 1871).
HiilHM-riiition Hiitf'n Duily
Per year, by mail 3.00
Per month, delivered .. .60
Per' year 12.00
bix montliB l.OCrf
TI'KHDAY, IIKCKMIiKIl 7, IIMH).
TIME 15 NO OBJECT
(Continued from jingo J.)
A bill was roclvtd from an KjihI
f;rn cniHM'i'ii for root cuttKrH, tho Hanie
linviiiK foeon ordered by tho tttrout
cnmuilttco hcvoihI iiionlbK bko. It ap
jH.'iirH that th packages Im-ciiiiio lost
tnroutn, arrivluK wm but n few days
a;o. Accordingly Hip wiimd! decided
to Inform lliu ciiip:uiy that payment
ot tho bill had be'ii refused.
K. K. Holmon, of (Jrants I'a&s, and
Dunn & Dunn, of KiiKm wore aprill-
raritK for th position of city engin
eer. o action was takMi.
The matter of IkkiiIhk u warrant In
tho sum of $ I r0 lu favor of the old
Hoseburj! Waler Company to replace
n ".variant lu a like sum issued to that
company yoveral years ago. was
brought up for consideration. After
brief argument II was decided to Is
nin the warrant. Inn former having
lieen lost or mlHidai ed. Tbi members
f tho company areo to furnish an
indemnity bond to secure the city,
The central newer proposition was
laid on the table until u future nieot-
Councilman Mullen Informed the
rnemlerH'of the council that he un
derstood thai the state law required
tho doort? of all public nulldliiKfl to
twfnn outward, therefore he request
ed that ome action be t'iken In re
ward to the doors al the city hall,
fiuch wus referred to tho street com
mittee. Cotine'Impn McClalltMi said that he
he tin. Icrstood thai the clly hall was
neliiK used as a court room contrary
to the usual custom lu up-to-date
municipalities. Hereafter the eoun
vll chamber will bo maintained strict
ly lor city business.
Councilman l-'rank Clemens pre
sented plans and specifications for a
email house to bo utilized in storing
Ihu city implements. Tho structure
Is 2tixU0 feet, and If erected will
cost the clly about $300.
The c!ty recorder was Instructed
to draw a warrant In the sum of
$a2.!t8 In favor of Marshal Huff
man to relnbuiHo him In the purchase
of properly sold for delinquent sew
Tho city recorder nnd marshal
were Instructed to allverllse all pro
perty for sale to" which tho city is
entllled to deeds.
A bill from the citv treasurer In
the Hum of $2(14.7 I was presented
the council. 1 be amount duo from
tho city Is for tho street Improvements
in front of tho city property. A war
rant war. ordered drawn. All persons
cmected oy tho street Improvement
Assessment are untitled to pay their
por port ion by December 15 of take
ndvantaKo of the Ilancroft bonding
An ordlnanco prohibiting the oper
tillou of traction engines, and the
hauling of gravel and other like sub
ttances on the paved sli eets, was
read for the first and second time.
An ordinance approniiatlug money
from the general fund to pav the
amount due In the construction of
the peer Creek bridge was read the
third time and passed.
The ordinance levying the assess
ments against properly on the sever
al st roots effected by pavnient were
rend for the third lime and parsed.
A liMiglhly urguni'T.t ensued rela
tlvo to the lunch wagon operated by
'Voni Lough, and sit ut; ted near the
depot. Home members of Die council
were of the opinion that It mum Id hp
moved off the street at once, while
others, thought I hat the proprietor
Mhould be granted at least, a couple
of 'lays notice 'hat he might dispose
of hi;-, stock. Klnallv. lrowever. tbe
cllv recorder wan on1h;hten"d as to ,
Die sentiment of the renin
cMNMiMKh ..vi:itiiM:M i:ts
Do not spend your money in something cheap
and trashy, but get something good and t then you
have a lasting remembrance. Call and see our
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silverware
Novelties, Cut Glass, Umbrellas, Hand
Come in and make your selections early while
the lines are complete. ' We do Engraving.
W. E. CLINGENPEEL
Agent for Snell
Removes all im
probaoly act accordingly. The record
er can charge a license of from fl
to $20 per day, or even refuse to
vvunt a license such being his author
ity. It was first proposed to charge a
IilKh license, but upon second thought
this Idea us adandoned inasmuch as a
prohibitive license cannot be legally
levied Briefly, Lough will bo com
pelled to go out of hunincss at once,1
tuch being tho decision ot the coun
C. S. Mathews, labor $ 00.00 J
Thomas McKay, labor 1.00
N. C. Klsher, draying ..... 28.10,
it 11 aii,.i.... i.. I...- a a nf
Water & Light Co., lights 283.35
J. K. Clements, labor 4.00
A. N. Oretilt, stamps. 1 4.00
K. (1. Mfcelll, legal services.... 50 00
I). K. Aloody, labor 23.00
W. B. Oden. labor 67.fi0
C. Palm, salary 60.00
J. Huffman, salary 65.00
II. Kheinhart, draying 3.00
I. H. Castle, labor t.50
Geo, Xeunor, legnl services.... 73.00
S. Josephson, suplles .83
.loH Mlceil, Freight advanced.. 1.69
B. C. BrlKKa, labor 4 00
Healo & Co.,, supplies 392.50
f'llkliiHton Bros., labor 30.00
V. Long & SonB, supplies 1.00
F. Loiik & Hons, supplies .75
Jessie S'-ribner, 'labor 6.60
W. T. Kdwards, labor 3.60
.fessle Scrlbner, labor, 8.00
A. N. Orcutt. salary 50.00
Klbert Hermann, salary 10.00
.1. It. Lee, salary 15.00
Review Pub. Co., printing.... 68.05!
A. Callaway, labor 33.76 i
Pane Investment Co., lumber.. 8.97
Leona Mills Co., lumber
Amos W. Hiester, violinist at
Star theatre, will accept punilri
for violin. Kspecial attention to
Juvenlls. Inquire at Star theatre
or phone 885.
Thp Rnsphiirp Pharmacy I
rE take a delight in serving our patrons with
the best there is in the hue ot drugs, runty
is our motto. Promptness both day and
nigh is wnat counts at our pharmacy.
TSiis Is ' Your
WE ARE TALKING
to the LADIES NOW
The Holiday Work is before you
and there is the Xmas dinner to plan
for. We can relieve you of much
worry and work, which is economy,
too, you know. You'll find all our'
Pastry, CaKes and Bread
to be unexcelled. Orders delivered.
Special orders given prompt attention.
Place yoiir Xmas orders now.
16.85 IJACKSON STREET
Prompt intention given to all orders
I Full line of Sundries always on hand
I ROSEBURG PHARMACY, Inc.
L. E. KR0HN, Manager
The Next Thing on the Bill of Fare
I A Temperance Saloon
Depot - Roseburg
ORDWAY & BOGART
PROPRIETO R S
Where are You Going to Trade?
For your Groceries, Dry Goods, Gents Furnishing-
and Shoes. Why they sell the BEST GOODS
for the LEAST MONEY.
RICE $ RICE, THE HOUSE FURNISHERS
Wow's the' lime to
Buy 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
felts, side boards, china
clofets, combination cases
luunges, couches, davenports,
settees, parlor sets, chairs
l-'Oit itKXT Ktore roo.n (in .Inrkson
Htreet. lmpiim Mm 11. Knslou. tf
TO HUNT Tun liousoki'i'plni;
Imiulro lit I'H.I .Mill Htnvt.
LOST Sillliluy iillt'i'liiMiii, n ItchiM'kft
pin. l''llul,r plciiso h'iivt' lit t Ills
LOST-il'inlircllil ill tho Armory, on
WVdiii'Milny iiIkIii. ('alio liiuullo.
)no rlli f.liortor Hi. in Hie mliois.
l.eavo ut News olliro.
VOW 1SKNT. lloiiac,
town. Cllv wiilor.
Min.ilile. Call 11
VOH SAI.K 111 lUiVH lino liillil. M
mllo from town; - lu-ros orrharil;
nil nnilt'r iMilllvatinn; miuitl houtn';
liarn i'x:u; poullry. li'ain and n
xauoii Inrliiili'il. Only 12500. Ad-iri'.-ia
N.. this olllro. d:tl-BW-l
II. and will! SO If iMWaSSm Ira VrailfflffiUUJ.fi
Try Them In Your Order For
GENTS FURNISHINGS AND SHOES
i rnonirt, iicnr
lttnt vory rt'u
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
filverwear at prices below
them all. Carvers, roasters
and coffee peculators.
Groceries is their Specialty, and they
Try Them For Dry Goods
The People's Cooperative Store
ROSEBURG ROCHDALE CO.
We're in a Position
to offer you the best, the market af
fords In the way ot Meats; and our
prices you know are always lowest.
We handle only prime stock. Qual
ity and quantity guaranteed. Fine
roasting pieces of beef from 8c to
iaic pound. First class mutton,
veal, pork and poultry equally low.
Can't do better anywhere. Phone us
your order. We deliver to any part
,of the city.
Cass Street MarRet
LOUIS KOHLHAGKN, Prop.
107 West Cass St. Phone 191.
S LEONA MILLS LUMBFRMMPAWY H
Lumber, Lath, Shingles and Dry Finish Lumt er1
Doors and Windows of all Kinds.
A pleasant thought, a wise suggestion, a timely hint
Havenports, Hutfetta, China Closets, Diners and extension tables
latest ColTee l'erculator, Size 1-3
Swell Rockers, Morris chairs, Couches and
18-17 Roger Bros. Silverware. The
THE WATER FRONT
DRY GOODS STORE j
ShrrWlnti Sttivt NVur The Depot.
Wo don't soil for cost or bolow I
cost but wo will Roll rllit at cost.
Tf Vnll ilnn't ll.illiu-rt II Irr t.o nnH 1
so. With each dollar's worth of I
goods pmvhiisod you nro ontltlod to XX
a chanoo on n nice sot of ellvorware, j f J
KiuvoH, lornn. tamo niui louspoons. j
Soe thorn In Iho window. Como and
foe for vonrsolf, don't bo mlAlod by j
liny on for you will miss It
We Never Forget
the Little Ones
Little red chairs, dollie go
carts 50 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
D. J. JARVIS H
There will be something doing if you
selected marked and laid away for you
wait 00 long. Mail orders promptly attended
f id- h n
to. Goods Z
YardBon Lower Osk Street.
g i D. H MARSTERS' PLUMBING SHOP.
Plumbing, Sheet Metal WorK, Tinning'
North JacKson Street, adjoining' Peoples Marble $
WorKs. Telephone Wll.
WorK Done on Short Notice ROSEBURG, ORE.