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About The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 7, 1909)
THE KVBNIXO NEWS TUESDAY. 1K( KMIIKIt 7. loop.
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 lose your
self in the tangle of misleading
Whatever we do is well done
whatever we buy is well chosen
quality in 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 clothes are made for us
by the Stein Block 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.
JVUllieiHUCl IJUUilbJ' IB bllU UUO
test ot cheapness, lsy our good
Clothes you shall know us.
City News Briefly Recorded
Many attractive Xmas gifts at the
Rosoburg Book Store. tf
Gdwnrd JcimiiiKH and wife are In
from their farm yesterday.
W. T. Emory ot Coles Valley,
was a vlBltor In tho city yimterdfiy
The blL'Uost and best line of i'ost
Card Albums In rjouglus county at
HoHohui'g Hook Store. tf
Maurice. Carpenter, tlie oldest Hon
of Mrs. Waynn DrnllhiKcr, has been
critically III with imeuiiionlii fur the
A lielillnn has been filed with the
county clerk iihIiIiik that the cuno tit
Frank Melrtyro vs. (leorgc and
Illunch Houre be dismlBKed.
Just received Another shipment
tr the ramouH "Lust Kovover lins
lery. A written guarantee with every
linlr. Bold only by The Knlr. tf.
Tho blgeHL and best crockery store
in Houtiicrn OruKon. Everything that
Is made In crokory, glasHware. and
China, we havo II. l-'roin the plainest
to best hand-imlnted. Many beautiful
pieces of I.lbby cut Klass sultablo for
presents. Hlco & Hlco, the liouso
10. Trlbnn, of Priwin, California.
roproaentliiK Hie Front, rrcvunllon Co.
Is spending n few days In the city
eonrnrrliiK with local fruit growers
relative to Inxlalllng tho Intent ami
moBt modern devlren fur mivIiik their
crops In time of Hovcro frost. The
equipment iiecossary In very simple,
conslntlng of a t hemonicter which Is
flatloned In Hie orchard, and an elec
tric hell which in Installed In the
room occupied by Hie fruit raiser. A
wire connects (he two, thus complct
illK the Invention The t hemonicter Is
set acordlnn to (he climatic coudll Ions
and upon the comlm; of n frost sends
forth an alarm, and Ihe hell ringing
continuously until thn owner arises
nnd shuts It off by means of n small
lever. The fruit raiser em, 'lien pro
ceed to his orchard, light his smudge
and r.'lnrn to his bed. with the asur
ance that his crop n 111 he unluiiireil
Or. Seely wont to Winchester this
morning on professional business.
Pockot knives, a big stock of high
grade goods at the Hoseburg Hook
1). A. PeHernon, of Looking Glass,
was in tho city for a short time to-
C. AI. Hermann returned to his
homo at Myrtlo Creek this morning
after a brief visit with friends In this
Clem Williams waitress at the Mc
Clallen hotel wont to Leonn tills
morning whero she will upend nbout
ten duys visiting friends.
Delia, toy, books. ChrlstmuB tree
ornaments, Christmas and New Year
postals, tags, slickers and all kinds
of Holiday goodB at Tho Knlr. tf.
W. h. Ilrlnley. of Modioli!, Is in
the city Investigating resources of the
Umpnim Valley. Mr. n. says the
itoguo Hlver Valley was covered with
snow when he left there yesterday,
anil he was most agreeably surprised
to lind (hat there is no snow hero, and
tnat. thorn has boon none.
Havo you seen that special couch
wo havo on tulo. You'll miss it If
you don't; n natural rest will do you
good stretch out. nice & Klce. tf
Nothing is too pood for the lirlsh.
for the county. Uso the best, as It
Is tho cheapest. In tho long run. Soe
Henry, Florence. Kllen, Charles.
Alarlha, and Louis flarcla Duiuhleton.
H:'atrlco and Hal ford Cierrnrd Kva
llue ami William C. Holmes, heirs to
Ihe Dumbleton estate .which com
prises considerable valuable hind
near Winchester, have ll.oseil el'
their holdings to Mahle Constance.
The deee was executed In the pres
ence of the American pm.p'-t-nlntlve
In liriilsh Columbia, and
Is iiulle extensive. Attached are
numerous acknowledgments as well
as other documents necessaiv In mak
ing the transfer legal.
Bam Joseplison expects to leave for
bugene tomorrow afternoon.
Mrs. C. U. Ileale is spending the
any at utnerj.n visiting mends.
St. Regis Indian baskets, 6 cents
and up, at the Knseburg Book Store. tt
Joseph IIIm-IIII goes to Portland
Thursday to look alter business mut
S. J. Jones, Ihe capitalist, returned
from Oakland lust evening after
s mid Int.- I In day at that place attend'
lag business mutturs.
Jnck Wilson, the popular Canyon.
I vllio cupitullst, returned to his home
this morning after attending to busi
ness matters In this city.
in order to accomodate our custo
mers who are unable to do their
Xmas shoppluk In day time, wo will
keep our store open evenings until
Xmas. Graves Art Emporium. tf.
If you are looking for good service
In the barber line call at the Maddix
barber shop. Cusb street, Iioseburg
National Bank Bldg. Three chair
shop. Bath rooms In connection, tf.
A few specialties; all coiorB and
finishes. In the famous New Cote
Stains. Ocohoco Linoleum Varnish;
there's nothing else as good. 3 In
one oils, the best glues and the only
silver polish that's first clasB. Rice
& Itlce. tf
I). It. Shambrook received a letter
from his daughter. Flossie, under a
Salem date Hue this morning. She
vrkes that tho snow Is over 1 2 inches
doep In Salem, and that Indications
point toward more. It was still snow
ing when she wrote (ho letter last
George Culver hafl rented the north
half of the Creason block, situated
at tho corner of Washington nnd
Jackson streets, nnd will soon occupy
tho same with an up-to-date cigar
store and blltard hall. A contract has
been awarded for remodeling ;he
building which wll probably take
placo about December 20. A new
plate glass front will be installed, ad
ding considerable to the attractive.
ness of :the property. Mr. Culver Ib
experienced in conducting a store of
this nature, having operated the
Smoke House" for several yeurs
prior to us destruction by fire.
A Southern Paclnnc fireman by the
natnn of Wood met with a very un
fortunate accident at Drain last even
ing, the result of which wll no doubt
necessitate him remaining under the
care of a physician for many months.
It appears that the young man was
working upon the runnirg bourd of
Hie locomotive upon which he was
firing, when In some unexplained
manner he slipped and fell to the
ground, a distance of 10 feet. Medi
cal aid was summoned, and upon ex
unlnatloi: it was found that the
young man had sustained broken
anus as. well as several minor In
juries. Dr. Seely, of this city, was
called, and upon his recommendation
the patient wub Bent to the Southern
Pacific general hospital at Portland
C. D. M AYINiYUD
GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTOR
At Your Service
Rosoburg, Oregon Phone 193
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" The Cass St. Jeweler. ..
Roseb u rg
South Side Cass St., Near
8TAPLETON & TATrKKSOX, Props.
OPEN AT ALL HOURS
Leading and l st restaurant in the
city. None but white people employed
Nothing; but tho beet in the market
served, tilve 41s a trial and bo ten
. hnf Vk II V .
vviuu jnaii iour nnsimas but iSeY
. TO HIM TO HEE- -TO THEM
Ernest npueal, of Minueunolls. has
arrived In the city to accept a position
at tne Koseuiirg Pharmacy.
For Men. There is no beter shoe
made than the celebrated "J. E.
Tilt," which is to be found at the
MiUlkln Shoe Store. And for heavy
ft-ear there Is nothing equal to the
'United Workman Shoe. dt-f.
John. Rundolph Kennedy, for the
past 21 years a resident of Rose
burg, and one of the best known men
in this county, passed awny at his
home on South Pine street shortly af
ter 4 o'clock yesterdity afternoon,
death resulting from typhoid-pneu
monia. Tho deceased was 76 years of j
age ana was hignly respected in this
locali'y where he won many close
friends. Aside from tb grief stricken
wife ho is survived by two sons, J. T.
Kennedy, of Grants Pass, and A. h.
Kennedy, of this city, and one dau
ghter, Mrs. C. Li. James, of Portland.
The deceased was a native of the state
of Ohio, having resided there for
many years prior to coming west. He,
in a veteran of the Civil War and was ;
at one time a member of the Christian
church. Kor imny years he was em-.
ployed as section bos by the South-f
ern Pacific Company, in this city, and '
through biich position he won the!
friendship of Hie railroad fratornity
In this section. Tho funeral was hold ,
at the family home on Pine street this ;
afternoon at 2 o'clock, interment oc-
curing at tho Masonic cemetery.
Henry Oliver, pastor of tho Seventh i
Day Adventist church ufflciated. j
After being nut loss than an hour
tin Jury empaneled to listen to the
evidence In Ihe cas" of the State vs. I
J. i. Springstead returned a verdict '
of not guilty in Justice Long's court!
short !y before noon tod;iy. Spring- j
stead war, accused nf having sold to1
J. K. Kitibe, proprietor of the Knse- j
burg hotel, a can of adulterated milk !
on December 1, the same containing
less than thrto and two-tenths per.
cent, buttert'nt as required under the'
dairy and pure food laws of Oregon, j
The State was represented by Deputy
District. Attorney Albert Hermann,
while Attorney C. S. Jaefcqon repre-!
juried the def:-rdant. This makes
the second time that Surinirstad bus i !
been tried In n week the jury in for-1 1
trial having tailed to agr
(Special to The Evening News.)
DAYTON, Wash., Dec. 7. Kor tho
flrot time ln Dayton's history every
business block on Main street Is oc
cupied and buildings everywhere are
in deninnd. This Is due to the fact,
according to the opinion, of lending
business men, and city officials, that
prletor was yesterday compelled to
retlro from business for the present
because other parties secured lease-
on me Duuutng and not another was
to be had in the city. .
CHEAT OltATOU COMING
the town is "dry." A rostuaraut pro-1 He.
The Giant Preacher of the North
west Benjamin Young. D. D , pastor
of tho Tajlor St. church, Portland,
will deliver his address. "The Man of
Naerth" at the Methodist, church
Thursduy night, December 9. This
lecture is free to the Roseburg pub-
to thid delightful
SemethinB that will outlive tlio titty nn.l the season; something U30rul; something
What e'se.in.l,...,!. ltt somethintt from tho Kosolmrtf l!ok Store-tlie store that is rea.ly for
that yon may Kive it - tho store that oilers you a variety of Holiday (lifts, tho tMual of which
found nnvivl, ...... I 1
- ""' 11 ''--cuu!K. .v visit to tins store moans n correct solvinir of
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l-''''ut prcsoiiis are displayed in every .lepartment - hints for all
from n trille. ui,ar,ls to the highest f.Kuro you mav care ts exiun,l. Kverv hoi
iiiTur Ii.,iirti1, .,,,.1 ..l.....f..ll.. i
' ""-cum. come ear iy wniie the stock is fresh and unbroken. A few
Hiiiil.Nti I'.-U'hK specially lioxcil for (jifta,
man a box ol really hue writiiiir paper?
therefore constantly reminded f the niver. The prices rane from
tho irift problem.
people, at all prices,
i we can c;ivn you, we
Can you think of a more acceptable Christmas eift
Writing paper is something one uses constantly and one is
XT Amonir Iho witnesses Introduced bv
J the d"fiMidiint in the latter trial were
i Attorney V. W. Cnrdwell nnd James
i Mnnn. a lll'o ikimiiiii. iit't.nt IUth
, nf these irontlemcn tcstlllod that they
; were eMH'i'ii'iiciMi in the dairy busi
: ness and had never heard of n cow-
that would produce milk containing
r and :i-10 per cent, butterfat. On tho
contrary thin- alleged Hint the aver
age cow's milk would not contain
over 4 per c.'iit butterfat
i he oiiowing letters remain un
called for at tlie Hosehurg postoltice.
Toilet , SctsJVIilitary Brushes, Pocket Knives, Station
elA'rrors' Story B.ioks, Picture Books, for children,
Xmas Qrds, New Year Grds.
Games, Post Card Albums, Pictures,
4 I Warner,
We invite your attention
It Is Something New
It Is Something Better
It Is "Colg-ates"
You Will Enjoy It
In haudeoine, sanitary sealed metal cans
always clean and ready for use, Price 25c.
FULLERTON & RICHARDSON,
The Drug Store of Quality
Druggists, Roseburg, Ore. Near S. P. Depot.
Cit tn ilell, Mrs. Kosctta.
KinoiHun. Mrs. KUft May.
Garrison. Mm. W X
Ktiic. Mrs. C. K.
Kin;, Mrs. Levi.
Ma In mi, Jack.
Nalsnn. P. CM.
Pon y. Oliver.
Van Prntun. Win. U.
J Wilson. G.
II i Woilhcrinim. Miss Pell.
J In calltni; for the almvo
The Season's Latest
Patterns in Watches, Clocks, Jewelry?
Cut Glass, Silverware, Novelties and
Souvenir Spoons. In fact reliable
goods that stand the test at the low
est price. New goods coming every
please state the date ndvrrtisef!.
C. W. PARKS,