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About The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1909)
TIIK EVKNIXO NEWS Tlil'KHIIAY. KWKMI1HR 0, 1009
CLOTHES OF QUALITY AWAIT
. - M-i
The straightest and sur
est road to good Clothes
the best Clothes brings
you here. .
If you frequent any of the "by
paths" you'll be apt to lose your
self in the tanjjio of misleading
Whatever we do ia well done
whatever we buy iH 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 clothes are made for us
by the Stein Block Co. and David
Adler, two of the greatest Tailor
organizations in the woMd. Kvery
Suit we sell is sold with an ab
solute guarantee of Satisfaction
or your Money refunded or a new
ruit in return.
Remember quality is the true
test of cheapness. Jiy o ir good
Clothes you shall know us.
10c Canvas THE ST0RE THAT SERVES Y0U BEST 15c
,G'Dv,e?p The New YorR Store Ttels
I ail. SAT SFACTKH OR YOUR MONEY BACK WC
JANUARY McCALL PATTERNS ARE HERE
I For Friday and Saturday Only
A GREAT LIST OF SP CIALS THAT MUST AWAKEN BUYING INTEREST
VALUES THAT COMMAND YOUR ATTENTION.
YOU AN IDEA CF WHAT
CFFAT" VALUES WE
LOOK TO YOUR WANTSBUY NOW.
XX W2C and 15c Outing Flannel 7c
MrH. Thorp Ih fiicnillng a few duyH
lit Dlllnril visllliiK friciulH.
3. At. Heed, of 1'oi-llumj, Is a bus!
ncKH vHllor In the city ludriy.
J. W. Crouch, of Ollklllllll. was u
uiiKlm.'H vimtm- In the tily for a few
r nours yesiurdny.
Atturiuiy C. S. JackHon Is imiinil
Inr, a low (Ihvh hiiiitlni; In the vicinity
W. A. Hun-, the local muhlc man,
icnt yimtnriluy at points 111 lloitheni
part or t ho county.
Hon. II. I.. lOilcly left for Poi-llnnd
this niornlni; to appear as u wHii-jsh
ucroro tho fudi'iai maud jury.
Court Hull, of Alcdford, spent yes
tcrdny In tho clly vIhIiIiik his moth
er, Mm. .lohn Hull, who Is a patient
tit. Mercy hospital.
.Miss Cnrollno Webber arrived hero
last eveulnn to spi ml about three
weeks with friends. She will visit
with an aunt in the vlrlnlly of 'Hide.
.Mrs. A. Hupp and Child who
liave been HpeiHllUM the past two
weeks at tho homo of Miss Kate
Ilnlck hove returned lo their home
The members of the 'an Mental
Culture Club enjoyed a very dellnht-
lui atterlioou Tiiomlay, A social hour
was spent after which refreshments
.Mrs. John It. Kennedy, whose hus
lmnil pnsced away this week, noes to
Portland In a few ihiyii lo take up her
residence al the home of her clilll
ghlor, Mrs. .Iniiies.
William Tipton, who returned from
f.'apps llllhee Intl ow-nlim, reports
hi:cv from 12 to n laches deep In
that locality, with indlcnilons pnlnl
Iiir to a KieMter I'nh. '
The Star tin alio has bei n enloyhiK
an nntisiial patrmttic.e this week, pre
sumably due to the fact that the hill
Is one of lh"n best to be presented by
tho inaraBement for mouths. The
vaudeville Hi il lit h are above Iho avt'r
nue. jvhllo Iho niovlnn pictures arc
It Is reported that lbs (list car
load of liomeeekeiH whir are heini:
lirmmill west by the I. use Land H De
velopment Co, lefl St. Paul Satur
day evenlni;. The entire parly will
lie transported lo Sulheillti in.
which place they will he entertained
by the ccmputiv under whose charge
thev are tnivelllei'
Outing Flannel remnants in' lengths from two
yds to 7 yds, special, the regular 'i 22 c and 15c.
$1.25 Cotton Blanhets 75c
Cotton sheet blankets, an extra good value at
the low price, Friday and S.tiurday, per pair....
75c and $1 Men's Ties 50c
Buy your Xtiuis. Gifts now in men's ties,
good values all silk, many colors, flowing and
Dr. D'Aunond, of Coqulllo City
a visitor in the city today.
.Mrs. l' S. Pool went to Salem this
nonihiK whoro sn will spend about:??
ten days vlbiUiig frlonds. - 'XI
Dr. I.owo, tho optician. Is now at ??
tho Hotel McClnllen to leinaln until ! ZX
30c Bleached Sheeting 22c
2l4 yards wide, extra good grade and a great no"
values at the extreme low price per yard ma
75c Outing Gowns 39c
To close out tho remainder of the stock, your
choice of what is left, special
X"nZXX Fancy Xmas ribbons, all kinds and colors, off
the home ofJ beautiful dresden style, special tJs
., ., , ! '
Mrs. Davis returned to her hqnic
at Winchester this morning after
brief visit with friends in the city.
S. S. .loscphson and J. D. Zurcher j ?
C:zLb'Z?u "mler'ttty ia T"1 i 8 50c Fancy Xmas Ribbons 25c Yard
homo at Myrtle Creak I
after a woek'o vllt ut
hor nl iter in this city.
Mvh, ApnleKiite, or Portiuiul, ro-
turii(fl to lier home tlii? JMoniinp' nf
t':r ii brief vJhH at the hoiiip of bur
brother, Stcny Cawflebl, ill this city.
I-. N. Ik'cknuin, for the pnst few I TT
months nlt'lit clerk at tho Honebnrir i 21
hotel, b-rt thin mornliiK for Oahlaml,
Ciilirornlii, where be has secured alii
lucrative position. . I
Dr. liowe, the opt Irian, arrived in
iho city yesterday jtud will remain ft
hero on profoi-Hlonnl business until
rsituni.iy noon. '1 no doctor reports i
hnsf m-s lirfsk I
Special sale of ribbons by the bolt. No. 14, OTp
all colors, silk and satin
No. 2, all colors, silk and Qflr
5c House Lining 4c Yard
Extra good value in house fining and just the 4
thing that gives you satisfaction. By the bolt....
25c Post Card Album 10c
25 cent values in post card albums, special 10c
50 cent values, three styles.. 25c
1.00 albums, 450 cards , special 50c
35c and 50c Toys and Dolls 25c
We are showing a big line of toys, dolls and
games of all descriptions. Special '.
25c Writing Paper 15c
Box writing paper,fancy
25c Colgates Talcum 15c
Colgates Violet and Cashmere Bouquet
Special Christmas Sale Suits, Cloaks and Dresses
You "will find here an opportunity to purchase a gift that will give excellent, satisfaction. We. are
making an effort to clean up before Dec. 15th. I offer for the two days only the absolute - choice of 25
suits in all kinds, and I guarantee them to be the greatest values that you have ever bought or seen at the
very low price. Let us show you. We can convince you that we are offering you regular $25 to $30
values w FOR THELOW PRICE OF
a 1 1
Mrs. J. H. Kennedy whore liiiKbnnd A4f-'y44sAAAA.TT
UK Ah XKWS.
Fred Itlakoloy rotiiruod from
(iliils In tho northern part of the
t.tate thlK morning.
rTently inissei! r.wiiy In HiIh rlty, and
Mi'H. Janien, u daiishler, went lo Port
land this niornlni;, the former to
make her resldeneo at the homo of
V. L. Kennedy, a Southern Pari He
hrakeinan, left (his mornliiK fur
Portland miffeiln rrnm a severe nt-
taek fif lilimri iiiiloiuiinir In lliu l..n
feet, le appeal!, that the voun man I . William Half, a veteran of the
lruled the member aeveral davsaw. I ulv nar- Wl'nt ' Aimelcn tats
lesnlllaK In blood poUitilug. lie was, ""ornliiB where ho will biiuiuI the
aeeiimpanlert bv hl wile. The voniiK 1 wlnlc''- "u '"P:ts to reliirn to
man la well mid favorably known In Honplmrit In April. Mr. Hair haa been
IhlK leeallly and 1Mb many friends." f'sl'leneo of Peel for many years
wish him il speedv reeoverv I"1"1 ls w'" aml favonibly known In
Manager Krear, of Ihe'looal ll(-ht:lllls llily. KnMir.K lleallh ransed
and water svslem, slates lhat Ihel1'1"1 to seek the California climate.
Irmibles of his eompaiiv are far from ; Itev. Henjanilu Yoniis. pasfor of
an end at tills time, the Wlnchesler j 1 "e 'laylor street Methodist chnreli
plant helnir praedeally out of e'oni-' at Portland, arrived here this innni
inlssl.in. He says lhat the piesenl ; l"K. I'lils eveniiiK I. e will deliver his
ililllrnlty will eost Kendall Hrothers . famous lecture, "The Man of Naz
approlmalely If 10, OOP, say nothini; "rel li,7 at the Methodist church. No
ef Hie Inconvenience to patrons of . I'dlnlsRlon will be chari;"d. Kveryone
lite conip'iav. Is Invited to attend this event
What Shall Your Christmas Gift Be?
TO HIM TO HERTO THEM
Komuthing that will outlive the day and the season: ' something useful; something beautiful.
What o!se,itideed, but something from the Hoseburg Hook Storo the store that is ready for any test
that yon may give it- the store that offers you a variety of Holiday Gifts, the equal of which cannot be
found anywhere in Uoseburg? A visit to this store means a correct solving of the gift problem.
Hundreds of excellent presents are displayed in every department hints for all people, at all prices,
from a trillo, upwards to tho highest figure you may care t expend. lOvery help we can give you, we
offer heartily and cheerfully como early while the stock is fresh and unbroken. A few suggestions:
WKITIXti PAPKIl specially boxed for gifts. Can you think of a more acceptable Christmas 'gift
than a box fif really lino writing paper? Writing paper is something one uses constantly and one is
therefore constantly reminded of tho giver. The prices range from 25 cents up.
Toilet Sets, Military Brushes, Pocket Knives, Station
ery, Mirrors, Story B.-oks, Picture Books, for children,
Toys, Dolls, Games, Post Card Albums, Pictures,
Xmas Cards, New Year Cards.
Roseburg BooK Store
Are You Ready for Christmas?
IF NOT, COME IN.
And let us assist you in your selection of a
beautiful and lasting present. ' We carry a, full
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silverware v
Cut Glass, Umbrellas, Hand Painted
China and Novelties of all hinds.
The lime is short. Do not delay.
W. E. CLINQENPfiEL
Dr. Lowe, the optician, leaves SfU
j urriu'y noon.
) R. U. Pion haa Rono to Portland
JJon a brief busines trip,
I Mrs. C. R l!eale went to Sutherlln
JJ' this morning to spend '.he day.
A. C. Nsler. of. Bridge, in In the
city atMidlng to business matters,
j K. C. Sowle is today busily eniUK
ed in Installiim the electrical fixtures
In. tho new Presbyterian church.
I Sam Joaephson. a leading merchant
or uosemirK. ana president 01 ine
William Tipton and William Allen
arrived here late yesterday afternoon
from Cappa lllahee? to whioh plane
they went several days ago to bring
out rne ranne noises owned by "Hill
Bradley prior to his tragic death
which occurred about two weeks atro.
The men were successful In locating
10 of the horses, all of which are
now at Smith livery awaiting dis
position. Mr. Allen said that the trip
from Roseburg to Bradley's cMdn
as 8ompvh::t difficult or tho hp v.. ml
city council of that city, accompanied streams were high and dangerous.
4f are In the city, having arrived on the
noon trnln today. They are hfre to
I take a degree in the Masonic lodge
i tonight. Kugene Guard.
Burr'8 music houpe is to eo out of
business January first. Mr. Burr has
been a successful Uosebiirtr buginess
man for alout tn yiar3, and this
( move will no doubt be a surprise to
1 many of his friends. Mr. Burr lu-
! forms us thgt he has several propo
5 ftlltons undt'T consUU'ration. one be
Ing from the Bush and Lane factory.
but do;Mi not know as yet as to his
X! futura movements. Should he decide
to leave the city. Roseburg will sure
I 1 l"e a real booster, for Mr. Burr
could talk Doug Us county and Rosr
.buig with piano selling force. This
will not In any way effect talking ma-
chlno and small goods department, of
r which 1. A. weaver nas charge.
At Sieamboat they were compelled
to swim tho stream, anything but
pleasant. Nothing was found In the
cabin except what was heretofore re
ported In The News. From a close In
spection of the premises Allen is in
clined to think that Bradley was not
dragged through the thicket as first
reported, but on the contrary is of
The opinion that he was thrown from
his horse within a few feet of where
he was found by the Wright bova. A
search for Bradley's gun proved fruit
less, and Alien is at a loss lo know
where It went. He says that the gun
was of the inehester variety, and
that Br.dlpy always kept it In his
cabin. Allen also searched for a new i
suit of clothes which Bradley recently
purchased, but these are also Includ
ed among the missing. The dog'
which was found near the cabin at i
the time Dr. Stewart visited the vi-
clnity will be sent to Its owner at
Klamath Kails. The dog was borrow
ed by Bradley to driva a number of
horse3 into tho interior a few days
previous to the accident. The horses
brought to this city by Tipton and
Allen are of little value. They are
range stock and very small. They will
probably be sold by Bradlev's father
Js soon as a purchaser can be found.
Mr. Allen says that he believes Brad
ey had considerable money about
the cabin. In fact, ho asserts that at
one time not many, months ago there
was over $500 burled near the cabin,
such formation having been given
out by Bradley in perton.
i Ihe KKest Rn best crockery store
n Southern Oregon. Everything that
is made In crockery, glassware, and
r i; .ave.U- Krom the P'a'nest
to best hand-painted. Many beautiful
pieces of LIbby cut glass suitable for
Bo wise Read The News.
GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTOR
At Voar 8ervlca
Oregon. Phone 193
I GENERAL I