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About The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 10, 1909)
TUB RVKNIXO NEWS
FltlDAV, Ili: i:1l!hH 10, 11MIK.
THE EVENING NEWS
' HV B. W. UATBS
lHHllOI) DAILY KXCKIT SUNDAY
fCnlered uh Bucond-cluas matter
Nov. 6, J809, at KoseliurK, Ore., un
der act of. Karch 3, 1879.
Hulucription ltnU'n Daily
Per yrair. by mnil $3.00
Per mouth, delivered 50
Per year... 12.00
Blx months 1.00
tiil'Iikimy, ii: i:.iiii:h , i'
If some people Bpent hh much time
In biiHtliiiK for what liny need as
they do In wishing for what they ran
do wllhout, they would ho well Biip
" jlled with the necemllieg of life.
A youni! couple wore married In
Idaho a few dii.m nuo on a train
truvellni! (HI mill' an hour hut they
havo already atruck u more BenBlhle
Bait for their Journey tlirmiKh lire.
A local editor's hIicuib of "Knocker!
Knocker!" remind one of the Btory
or the thief who mlnuled with IiIb
purBliei-B and fihouted "Stop Ihlef!'
at tint top of hlB voice to divert sus
picion. Wonder If tho editor of the alleged
cvcnlnn nheet down the Btreet would
pmplov an expert at. 1Ti per day to no
ver ills affairs without some Idea as
to filial cost? A patron comes into this
office for a piece of work Hint may
rost 25 cents or r00, he Bets exncl
figures: Ihu architect draws plaliB for
a residence to cost $5,72:1.41). ami
tho compensation Ib stated at the
Ktart; tho contractor eniiimeH iu
u sti iiuturo worth $4,a.f i to,
.ii. he not suv to the owner,
for "two weeks or two months'
then wo can llx tho eosi
m.v tiiko humor: the niercnani imd
u lilll of noods from the wholesaler
nt a slated price, and though the mar
ket fliiclualions niako tho Bluff worth
mora money thu next day, the llmire
Klvon and accepted si amis. A man
has lirnlns to Hull which our
"friend" down tho Blreet, Juilglng
from some of his lain effusions evi
dently has not and then no eslimato
of Him! cost is alteinpted. There is n
feeliiw? niuong very many good mid
Killistanllal business men of tho city
that $500 lo $1.0(10 Is a trill" high
for the work proposed, and under the
conditions Is could cost most. Who
DAIIIVMUN IX tOXVUMION
tored stallions In Washington county,
representing an investment of about
$50,000. lie figured out how much
this money, put into registered bulls
or registered cows, would mean to tho
county and to the stale, showing that
(ho r-'turns for improving breed of
dairy herds would be vastly grealer.
"There are 200 dalles that havo
been lnspecled In our county," con
llnued the darymau. "In the herds of
these dairies there are 1914 animals.
Out of this total there are but 2S re---Istered
bulls, and pure bred but 5
graded cows, 475, and common cows.
.. O. Lively, of tho Portland I'nlon
Stock Yards, gave some Interesting
slatemeuls. Ill a few words he told
the dairymen of the profit to be earn
ed In fattening hogs, selling veal and
marketing and surplus slock they
have. Kxp.'itlatlng on the splendid
market conulllons developing at Port
land, as a result of the great enter
prises Swift and Company, and ailed
interests were starling. Mr. Mvelv
(old his hearers I hat besides the yards
here, there were, but six oilier large
stock yards In Hie Hulled Hlates, these
being localed at fhlcsgo. St. Louis.
Kansas City, Kurt Worih, Denver and
lie urged Oregon and Washington
dairymen to visit the yards, sell their
stock throlign tho new Institution,
and aid In building up the best mark
ed the Pacific Coast had ever known
for livestock of all kinds.
Di:i)icATK cir'hcii su.vday
Will lie More
Tlie Cow and the Small luirm an- the
Moniiiois of tho Oregon Dairy As-
n..l..tl,m -ire having a spleudu) meet
ing nt Portland. The small farm and
the cow come In I'm- a great deal or
llltentlon, lllld mnllled, too.
Among tho tiomendiuiB farm class
es producing wealth, the dairy was
placed next to coi n. Wheat and cot
ton, which have hold such enviable
poBltloiiB. looked like thirty cenls in
tho ngrlcullural class. Hairy producls
f the entire cciinlry exceed wheat by
!I3 1-3 per cunt for thu last census
yoar. and are within 4 0 per cent of
corn's total. , , ...
The story of tho Bmall fnrm. with
!tB dnlrv, the foundation of henlih,
tho fortress of independence, Hie
time tee of lllelllV ill life llllli II good
surplus for tho family, was told ol
liy J. 1). Mlrkh), of Korcst Orovo, nnd
hounded tho hopeful tone of Ihu con
vention. Mako Ibis dairy and small
farm moro prolllablu. moro scientific
und more csenllal for the wage work
er, was the general thought.
Mr. Micklu r, Btory ol his own ex
perience, was the best thing heard In
tho convention. He was a salaried
man In Hie employ of a railway olllce
In Portland, had worked for li years,
lmd reached the munificent sum of
$80 a month, hud lost his health by
long hours nnd hard work, and was
confronting early depart urn from life,
leaving his family penniless, lie went,
to Washington County, got hold of n
small fin in. which he agreed to pay
for at $10 an acre, secured a small
dairy herd, and began life anew. Ills
land Is lodav worth $100 per acre, he
rollt out ot farm pronucis
Once again our tuition Is preparing
to celebrate another anniversary of
tho Saviour's birth. Already the
the different stores lire brilliant with
their radiant display of toys and tho
greater Cominodil les for. gift making
in gr.itlficiiHoii, of that feeling which
prevails at Christinas time, Hie .toy
which comes fro inking others nap
py. The little ones are looking long
iiiulv and Joyously lo the dawning of
another grand anil glorious Christmas
day when there joys win ne crowneu
with such gll'lH iiHIIhclr Hearts de
sire and they'll feel the cords of love
and obedience draw and lighten into
pleasant reminiscence of the heart.
Once again Hint much treasured
brotherly love and aelt'dwuJal is be
ing felt throughout Hie land, for
while the little ones with radient
faces are looking and longing for the
meiry festivities or Xe:as. the grown
folks cannot hut betruy thcli delight
nt making the youngsters to para- j
moiin ly Joyous and happy ana aie
trulv thankful for being accorded
the prhiledge nnd pleasure of liv
lt. In Hits m-and republic of the U. S.
where our homes are sacredly pro
tected under lite best government on
earth, whero the law presumes a man
lo be Innocent until proven guilty
am: where Justice-is tempered with
Animosities aro for a time forgot
ten, petty iullueiieces are indiscrimin
ately laid ai'ldo and all barriers to
ponilriy irainplcd down nnd a galit
good feeling and good cheer are lu
What a plly that such feeling can t
always exist ai d that animosities nnd
dlscenslons aro not bitterly contested
to the Inst ditch and there buried to
ho remembered no more.
liy so doing, the year 1910 will
bloom to behold a laud cleansed ol
Intimity with Hie motto, "Police on
Mn i-i h flood Will Toward Men
iiiimned lii onililiinint y across the
ihieuhbold of lime nnd the nation will
wax stronger nnd stronger under that
liidestruclablo cement ot contenlness
and love which knows no dofoat but
Is tho hub around which the universe
revolves and Is the golden thread
Intersecting the penrl chain of all
lOmplres nnd Kingdoms Inoom and
rise to power by Intemperance or in
ternaliomil dissentions crumblo nnd
go to pieces, but the kingdom which
liod has ofiipluiltod in the lienrtB of
men. yields not to the ravages of
time nor is It shaken or linpared by
tho vicissitudes of worldly dominat
ion. MKS. MrOINTY
The new Presbyterian church,
situated ut the corner or Lane
and Jaeksoi,' ztrcetB, will be for
me"iy dedicated on Sundav, De
cember 12. Three rousing. ser
vices will bo held, at 11 a. m.;
3 p. m., and 7 '30 p. m.
llev. J. K. Burkhart, the reg
ular pastor or the church, will
be nutod by R?v. Henry Mar
sott. or Portland.: llev. Dr.
Townsend. or Kstacada, and
Kev. W. A. Smick, or this city.
Special music has been arang
ed tor the occasion, the assist
ance ot tho Schubert Ladles
Quartet hnving been secured
tor Hie evening service.
Kverv one Is Invited to at-
tend theSo services.
HA MO OF SCHOOL IIO.Ni.M
Notice is hereby given that at a
legally called schoo, meeting, held
May 1S, 1 909, School District No.
1 of DnuifhiH coiintv. Oreirfin. author
ized a bond Issuo of $20,000.00. for I
iho purposn of erecting a suitable JJ
school building for Public and High
Therefore tho undersigned will re- tf
celve bids ror the purpose or the said
bond Issuo up to and Including the j
31st day or December. 1909. and thelj
said bond Issue will be sold to the! a
parly or parties bidding tlie lowest
rate or interest. This bond issue to
run ror a ported or twenty yars, and
payaliln ten yearB after date at option
or said school dletrict: suid bonds to
bear seml-nnniuil interest coupons
trom the 1st day or .lanunry. 1910.
I)at?d nt Itoseburg. Oregon. HiIb
9th day or December. 1909.
.1. B. SAWYERS.
Treasurer or Douglas, Countv,
Oregon. D 30
THE CIIAPKI, ('AH
The Chapel Car will nrrlve In Itose
burg lotiKMTOw evening in churge of
Kev. '. McDonald, of tho Kedcnip
Tho cur will bo In Itoseburg a few
days, undergoing some needed re
pairs. llev. F. McDonald will assist In the
solemn devotions of tlie forty hours,
on Sunday. A solemn high mass will
be celebrated for the first time In the
history of Itoseburg.
The public is cordially Invited to
attend all the ceremonies of the forty
W. F. McCKE, Rector.
Indian baskets, birch bark, sweet
grass and porcupine quill work mnde
liy St. Regis, Mohawks, Iroquois and
other tribes, for sale at Roseburg
Hook Store. These are pretty goods
at pleasing prices. tr.
II. K. BTICKL,
Legal advice free. Collections it
Room 1, MarsterB Bldg.
'? Itoseburg, Ore.
li J I pit -pM :
W' W$x$ CopyH8nt 1909
i J. I I J i I IIC I IUUK Ul
You Arc Going to
Euy a New Suit...
tmikes it lit
and Is gelling all average of about Tn(, W11V to Bl, f,.t a ntraight
$13(1 a month from his herd of nine 0 lu nmn wh(, wanll) , lf ym, 0nn
cows. Ilo is only learning the diili y not ,i t ts Ih. then a reliable mldille
lmr.lnesB. al that. The smile he wears nmu s ,,x ,s(
when tilling of the new life with Ihej winter has not much work for the
farm and dairy Is the best medicine im.,ard, but orchnrdlsts call plan for
Hint has been administered lo dls- ln ,.1VB pI)lm. ntid the plauiiiug
plrited nnd despuudent men of Ore- is jusi (ls essential ns iinyllilug they
Kor. for years. . ,. ,,,.
"I havo seen tho farmer go to Ills if ,VP rcntltl see all the hugs and
Prompt at tout Ion given to all orders
You want value re
ceived, a suit of clothes
that will retain its
shape, have the snap
and style the other
we I dressed man has.
Did you ever stop to
think the well dressed
man was not a hap
pen, so, but the art of
using that nice little
discretion, that some
thing that you proba
bly pay for and don't
get, while he pays no
more than you and he
receives the full bene
fit. Come in and let
us show you how it
is done. Harth'sTog-'
gery Good Clothes
System will solve the
mystery for you.
Prices $15 to $30.
Clothes kept nicely
i Harth's Toggery
Home of the Regal Shoe
Mrs. Lucy Keins returned to her
home at Cottage Grove this morning
ater a brief visit at the homo of her
daughter. Mrs. Robert ODe.
Mr. and Mrs. liowwiklo, 01 Kden
bower, went to Portland this morning
where they will spend about two
weks visiting friends and relntlves.
1 am prepared to uulid your ce
ment walks nnd cement foundations,
pier Rtone, etc., etc., at once. Yours
fn- n oulck nnd neat job. Pat. tf
! A Temperance Saloon I
Imrn und pikt.i1 an hour currying a j
$50 plug of n hnrw," wild Mr. Mh'klo. j
"whllo. ii row that wiw worth $Ht0i
wau over at t lie nthor cud of llio tarn I
In a ii'ek'i t(l ciiiMlttlon. That whatj
Kiipposc you would rail borne '
Jlo fltatod th.it. thvro wcro li2 ri;ia-i
worniH that Iho frost puts out of th
way evory wlhttM. It would help it.
lo hoar cold woat her with hotter
man, lf we plow Into, we give .lack
Frost u good lift, iu his work. That
makes ft easier for 111 m to reach down
and get hold oT the pests thai make
us so much trouMe. Farm Journal.
Depot - Roseburg
ORDWAY & BOGART
g FICE - RICE, THE HOUSE FURNISHERS
Now's the time to
In Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Cut Glass Silver
ware, Novelties, andSouvenir Spoons.
In fact reliable goods that stand the test
at the lowest price. New goods coming
8 V fa".-
1 , X '."
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
fetts, side boards, china
closets, combination cases
lounges, couches, davenports,
settees, parlor sets, chairs
"Coming Through H
the Rye." .That's i
the tune you'll step H
to if you should Hi
fail to shop early. Hi
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 Rojkers. Morris chairs. Pnnr-W a.j
Davenports, Uulfetts, China Closets, Diners and extension tables 1847 Roger Bros. Silverware The
latest Colfee l'erculator, Size 1-3
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
There will be something doing if you wait too long,
selected marked and laid away for you
JIail orders promptly attended to.
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