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About The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1909)
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OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE
' NEW 1909 CROP
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MAPLE SYltUP, Al'l'LE (TDEH.
Give Us a Call ' ;"-
HOWARD & MAHAN
Largest Stock of Plumbing
Goods in the City ,
The PLUMBERS and TINNERS
Skylights, Cornices and Dryer Pipe
Laf Low's, of the Lewis Cafe, spent
yesterday at Riddle.
Mrs. Haven, who was recently tak
en to Mercy hospital for treatment,
is Improving under the care of Dr.
Dr. Page, of Oakland, father of
Mrs. A. N. Orcutt of this city, passed
through the city enroute to his home
from the south on yesterday's after
noon train. .
Mrs. Noot, who has been employ
ed in the Millinery department at
Josephson's during tho past few
months, wont to Portland yesterday
morniiiK where die will remain in
delinltely. Miss Dean, who has been employed
in the milinery department at Jose
phson's during the past several
months, was a passenger ,on yester
day's afternoon train for Port
land. - She intends to remain nt that
Notwithstanding tho dlsngreeable
weather Saturday the mcrchanls re
port business good. Many farmers
were In town, most of their number
purchasing a full quota of Christmas
gifts. Indications generally tend to
show lhat the holiday trade this year
will bo equal to that of former
J. C. Tedder, a member of the lo
cal Southern Paciiic bridge gang,
met with a slight accident shortly
after 10 o'clock Saturday morning
while at. work on tho Kinney trestle.
It appears that the young man was
working under Hie bridge, when In
some manner ono of the workmen
above dropiifd an iton bar, tho same
striking Tedder directly over the left
eve. Medical aid was .umtnoned and
the voung nnli Is now oirtlie road to
recovery. The chief Injury consisted j
of a deep gash near the base of the
H. Smith, of Glendale, was a vis
itor in the city yesterday.
T. P. Sherwood, of Winchester, was
u visitor in the city yesterday.
Dr. Calloway went to Myrtle Creek
yesterday morning on professional
Hoy Elmore, wife and baby, spent
yesterday at Myrtle Creek visiting
R. E. Harness, of the firm of Hnr-
nesB &-. .Tohnsaon, spent yestorday at
Tho regular Saturday evening
dance given at the armory was well
attended as usual.
Steven Short returned to his home
at Wilbur yesterday morning nfter a
brief visit in this city.
John Hall, of Myrtle Creek, came
up yesterday afternoon to visit his
wife who is a patient at Mercy -hospital.
George Kohlhagen, the local butch
er, went to Mediord yesterday morn
ing to purcnase a carload of atnek.
Ho expects to return home Tuesday.
Joe Murphy, the timber cruiser,
went to West Fork yote-day morn
ing where he will spend a few days
looking over timber properties.
Sountkbound passenger train No.
1 5, duo here at 5 o'clock a. in., did
not arrive yesterday morning until
after 9 o'clock. The delay was caused
by a "dead" engine.
H. J. Wilson, of Cnnyoitville, lias
practicallv closed a deal whereby he
will become owner ot the Michael De
vaney property, situated at the cor
ner of Pine nnd Moshcr tlreela. Mr.
Wilson will move bis family to this
city, while Mr. Devaney will purclia'-e
a residence elsewhere. The property
Is considered a very valuable asset,
being well situated and modern in
George Short, of Wilbur, was
transacting business, in the city Sat
' Lincoln Taylor, of Cottage Grove,
was in the city Saturday renewing
old time acquaintances.
S. C. Mllier, of Dlllnrd, arrived in
the city vesterday afternoon to at
tend to business matters.
Architect W. A. Straw and wife
left yestorday morning for Spokane
and Aberdeen, Washington, where
they will visit friends and relatives
until after the holidays.
Philip Nagel was in the city today
from the farm on North Deer Creek.
He broughv Mrs. J. 3. Cockelreas
in, who leaves tomorrow morning for
Falls City to visit with relatives.
The chapel car "St. Anthony" sent
out under the supervision of the
Catholic Church Extension Socltey
of the United States of America, ar
rived here Saturday evening. It is
now stationed on a side track in the
local Southern Pacific yards where it
Is attracting considerable attention.
Superintendent John R. Lee,, of
the local light and water system, says
that he Is laboring night and day in
hope of remedying the defective
lights. Ho asserts the recent ruins
have played havoc with the Winches
ter plant and that considerable time
will be required in repairing the
damage. - ,
Mrs. Martha Singleton went to
Grants Pass yesterday morning where
the will spend about three months
with a daughter, Mrs. Roach. She
was accompanied to the southern city
by Mrs. A. T. Thompson, who expects
to spend some time at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. O. R. Garner, at
Ashland, before returning home.
A. P. Harrington, who formerly
conduced the Harrington House in
this city has returned after an ab
sence of nearly two months. While
away Mr. Harrington visited numer
ous sections of thestate, bnt notwith
standing this fnct. says that he obig
ed to return to Roseburg Bitch being
tho only real town In the state.
A special .school meeting will be
hold at the Lane school house in this
city on Monday, December 27, for the
purpose of voting a tax for carrying
on the work of the sehqpls during
the coming yenr. It is said that a 10
mill tax will be levied, which Is Iden
tical with the levy for the present
The Great European Novelty Show
which attracted the attention of a
small audience at tho Maccabeo hall
on Saturday evening proved a de
cided frost. The two hours of fun
and rare amusement, advertised by
the troupe, was rather two hours of
suspense, the several actors and act
resses being far Inferior to those
traveling with Uie ordinary medicine
The ladies of St. George's church
will hold a bazaar at the parish house
on Wednesday and Thursday of next
week. The ladles are making elabor
ate preparations for the event, and
It behooves those In search of Christ
mas rememberances to attend. Moth
fancy and domestic articles will be
on baud nnd you cannot help but
nnd just what you desire. Tea will bo
served by the ladles each day.
George Neuner, clerk of Rchool dis
trict N'o. 4, which Includes Itoseburg,
IU13 completed the school census for
the yenr 19U9, and tiled the same
with County School Superintendent
Thnrman Chnney this morning. As
tonishing, but nevertheless true, the
figures show a decrease for this year
when compared with those of last
venr. In 1!08 the census showed a
total of 1.219 school children in the
district, tills year tllero are 1.175,
or a decrease of '4 4, Mr. Chancy at
tributes tho decrease to varinus
causes, lie says that those In charge
of tawing the census might have er
red, or tniit. some of the school child
ren might have been missed. How
ever, h? intends to check up the fig
ures shortly In an effort to give 1 lie
piiblie the accurate census for this
year. He says the census for the year
l!ien may be decreased even more in
checking up, an increase beir.g possible.
Douglas Wnlte, the Deer Creek far
mer,. was a visitor la the city Satin
day. Luther Page went to Portland last
evening to look after business mat
C. T. Colt went to Sutherlln this
morning to look after business inter
J. M. Price, who Hvob .east of the
city on Deer Creek, was a business
caller at The News otllce today and
faubscrlbed for The Evening News..
Lloyd Cox, sou or Mr. and .Mrs. L.
B. Cox. who recently arrived here
from his former home at Sweet,
Idaho, has accepted a position at the
New York store. He entered upon
his duties this morning.
The United Artesnns, at their regu
lar meeting Friday evening, Decem
ber 10, elected tho following officers
for tho ensuing term: M. A., V. H.
Buckingham; Supt., Ilettle Pickens;
Sec, Knima Faulkner; Treus., Sarah
.McCulloch; Sr. t'on., J. O. Stephenson
M. C, C. B. Patrick; Jr. Con., F. P.
Drown; field Coin., A. Ltnebnck and
Mrs. Jonathan Honker 'returned
homo yesterday from Mt. Zlon, where
she was sumoned to attend the fun
eral of her siBter-ln-law, Mrs. J. R.
Wonncotl, whose death occurred on
Sunday. -Members of the, G. A. R.
acted as pall bearers, who were pall
bearers nt tho iineral of the lute Mr.
Wonacott who died eighteen years
ago. Virginia Enquirer, Cass county,
III., (Tho deceased Is a sister-in-law
of G. W. Wonacott, of this city. Her
husband who died eighteen years ago
was a brother of Mr. Wonacott, of
'his city, the two having served In
the same regiment during the Civil
war.. Needless to say that Mr. Won
acott regretted very much to learn
of tho death of his sister-in-law, hav
ing had no Intimation thnt she was
even 111. The death occurred at the
Eastern town where - Mr. Wonacott
made his home inr many years prior
to coining to Rosubnrg.)
"MY LADY OF THE SOUTH"
''THE SILVER HOARD''
"THE DANGER MARK"
"THE SCARLET FEATHER"
"THE GOOSE GIRL"
"JOHN MARVEL ASSISTANT"
are a few titles of new books on sale
at Roseburg Book Store. tf.
VIOLIN LUKSONS ,
Amos W. Hiester, violinist at
Stur theatre, will accept pupils s
for violin. Especial attention to
juvenils. Inguire nt Star theatre
or jihone 886.
Be wise Read The News.
FOR RENT -Store room on Jackson
street. Inquire Mrs. H. Enston. tf
TO RENT Two housekeeping rooms
Inquire at 603 Mill street. tf.
LOST Sunday afternoon, a Rebecka
pin. Finder please leave at mis
LOST Umbrella at the Armory, on
Wednesday night. Cane handle.
One rib shorter than the others.
Leave at NewB ofllce. -
FOR RENT.Houso, 7 rooms, near
town. City water. Rent very rea
sonable. Call 124 W. Douglas
street. . d-HU
FOR SALE 10 acres flno land, Vi
mile from town; 2 ncres orchard;
all under cultivation; small house;
barn 20x30; poultry, team and a
wagon included. Only $2500. Ad
dress N., this office. d31-8w-d
THE WATER FRONT
DRY GOODS STORE
Shi-ridim Street NVnr Tlio Depot.
We don't soli tor cost or below
cost but wo will sell right at cost.
If you don't believo it, try lis and
see. Willi each' dollar's worth of
goods piircliiiiiod you arc entitled to
a chanco on a rileo Bet of silverware,
knives, forks, tuhlo and teaspoons.
See them in the window. Como and
pee for yourself, don't be misled by
any one for yr.-u will miss It
D. J. JARVIS
We invito your utteutiou to thiti delightful
It Is Something New
It Is Something Better
It Is "Colg'ates"
You Will Enjoy It .Sd
In handsome, 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.
The Next Thing on the Bill of Fare
Where are You Cooing to Trade?
For your Groceries, Dry Goods, Gents Furnishings
and Shoes. Why they sell the BEST GOODS ,
' for the LEAST MONEY.
Try Them In Your Order tor
GENTS FURNISHINGS AND SHOES
Groceries is their Specialty1, and they will
Try Them For Dry Goods
The People's Cooperative Store
ROSEBURG ROCHDALE CO.
r TIMELY SUGGESTIONS jj
You Will Find Shopping Easy and Pleasant
The Assortment Here Is Complete With
NEW SEASONABLE SHOWINGS
COM Alt, TIK AXI HANDKER
CHIEF SET LEATHKH SATIN
KEISEIt NECKWEAK FANCY
ni,r nozrcv assorted cot-ohs
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StT'l'OHTEKS IX FANCY COM
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umiikellas a laugh ASSORT
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DETACH AHLE IIAXDLKS.
FOI.DIXG St IT CASIO UMIlliELLAS
FANCY DIIESS Nil I UTS 1
CI FF lirTTOXS AND STICK 1'IXS
SK'I'S l l-I.LSli I.IXKI) CASK.
MOOSE HIDE MOCCASINS FOlt
KVKXINO FOOT COMFOHT.
MEN'S SKIS, EHOXY FINISH,
COM II, llltl'SH, TOOTH IIUCSH,
SOAP IIOX, ETC., ETC.
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INTM'UOVEN CASIIMEVE IU.-IKHY
A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT
Of Pleasing Gifts
We have many novelties, some very unique and
beautiful, and all very appropriate presents.
We Have Finest Line in Southern Oregon
Home of Regal Shoes and Hand Tailored Clothing
Solid Cold Willi hc-s
Cold Fllli'd U'uldii-s
Nii krl ntiil Ciiii Mi-liil Watches
Krni-f I'ftiM ahil llroorlics
Shirt Wills! Si-Is
lli-tt I'Jiih nnd llilrkli-s
A -oiiipl'fn wt of 0itlrnl CnuiN, Col
lar I'hiN, Coiiihi, Hat l'iiiH,'i.t-,
Tin FiiH'ht anil lli-sl l.lnc of L'liilircl
las In I hf rlly. -
Wo liavo Diamonds In Finger H'.ngn,
..Slick I'lim, llnioilii-H aud WnU-li
Sllvonvaiu Wo liavo llio 1'liiTst Muc
in SoMlliorn Ori-Kon, In liolli 1'lalo
Coiiih, ilriislniiil Mil-tor Si'ls, Cut
Clam, Clocks, Solid Gold nnd Gold
I llli d and Silver Tliinlilcs
THE WATCHMAKER ROSEBURG, OREGON