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About The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 16, 1909)
THE KVEXIXO NEWS THl'HSIUY, INX'KMUKIt, 1fl.tlMI
OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE
NEW 1909 CROP
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Give Us a Call
lUoomin 1 loses nnd Green Hills of
Douglas 'ounty I'leaso Them
Tlu car load of home seekers
whoso arrival at Sutherlin was no
ticed In the columns of The News the
day they reached their destination,
aro all so delighted with the locality
they are visiting and Douglas coun
ty in general, that words almost fall
to express their pleasure in the fact
of finding all sorts ol roses In full
bloom and bud and the hills and val
leys carpeted In the richest of em
erald green. A 1'1 r leaving St. Paul
the party in iho private car "Luse
land" crossod 2000 miles of country
covered with snow and ice. It did not
look very good to them, so when
they finally reached Western Oregon
and eventually crossed the divide
and were inhered into Douglas coun
ty and found no snow, nor the evi
dence of any, their pleasure knew no
hounds. But Instead ol snow and Ice
fragrant roses were found and an at
mosphere as balmy as a day In
spring.. The personnel of the party
Is as follows, and they will doubtless
all locate in this part of Oregon: .1.
P. Luse, president of the Lnse Land
Company, accompanied by Mrs. Luse;
Samuel and Oi-o, If. Luse; John All-
enson and wile ;P. K. Rtengor; J. S.
Hughes; S. T. St. John, all of St.
Paul; J. H. Cummins and wife. Lin
coln, Neb.; W. K. St. John, John
Duer, . P. Slack, Robert Slater, Ben
jamin Franklin, all of Hastings,
S'eb.; M. C. Miller, Minneapolis; L.
F. Cossman. Northtteld, Minn.; T. A.
Lvman, Carrol, Iowa; Charles Ta
lbot, Audubon, Iowa; J. C. Freybig,
XfAS ALMOST AT II A XI)
A Few Suggestions For Your Con
sideration DKSKS Have you seen our line of
ladies desks, combination cases,
book cases, etc.?
CHAIRS Wo are showing the finest
line, of rockers and dining chairs
we have ever had the pleasure of
TABLES Dining tables, buffets and
china closets, library and center
tables in latest designs and styles.
HALL TREKS Bookcases, iron beds
and cotton felt mattresses.
nUKs From U,x27 feet to 9x12
DOLL CARRIAGES And Dolls
STORE FULL Of useful articles
too numerous to mention.
B. W. STKONtJ,
tf The Furniture Man.
The best oox
"Lowney's" fresh at
We invite your atteutiou to this delightful
It Is Something New
It Is Something Better
It Is "Colgates"
You Will Enjoy It
In liandponie, sanitary sealed metal caus
alwa's clean and ready for use, Price 25c.
FULLERTON & RICHARDSON,
The Drug Store of Quality
Druggists, Roseburg, Ore. Near S. P. Depot.
C. D. Beale went to Sutherlin this
E. Williams, of Camas Valley, Is a
visitor In the eft y today.
Joseph Micelti went to Drnln this
monrlng to attend business mutters.
J. Clements, of Cileudale, truns-1
acted business matters In the city to
Rev. K. D. Rlackman went to Port
land this morning to spend about ten
days with friends.
,S he rill Kenton went eouth this
morning on business connected with
his official duties.
Winnie Gaddis. the plumbor, cuts
nnd threads pipe of any sl.e up to
and Including eight inches. tf.
i Try one of those Snell filters will
fit 'any faucet. ' See Winnie Gaddis,
the plumber. tf.
Winnie Gaddis, the plumber has
been awarded the contract for laying
4,000 feet of pipe In Edcnbower.
Just received AnothGr shipment
tf the famous "Last Forever.' hos
iery. A written guarantee with every
pair. Sold onjy by The Fair. tf.
A. Lineback, manager of the Rose
burg Piano House, has sold a benu
tlful. "Ludwlg" piano to L. B. Cox
of North Roseburg.
I am prepared to ouild your ce
ment walks and cement foundations,
pier stone, etc., etc., at once. Youre
for a quick and neat job. Pat. tf
W. E. Pickens, of this city, has
purchased the Frank Turner farm of
200 acres on South Deer Creek. He
expects to take Immediate possession
of the place.
What docs vour mother, sister,
brother or sweetheart want for
Xmas, a Photo mado by Clark's
Studio, Roseburg National Bank
building? , tf.
J. IS. Dean, district manager of
the Pacific States Telephone Com
pany, arrived here this morning to
spsnd a few days on business con
nected with his ofllcial duties.
In order to accomodate our custo
mers who nre unable to do their
I Xmas shoppink in day time, we will
keep our store open evenings until
Xmas. Graves Art Emnorluni. tf.
St. Regis Indian baskets, 5 cents
and up, at the Roseburg Hook Store. tf
Do your Christmas snooping at
The Folr. Every 60c purchase entitles
you to a chance on the Dig Doll In
the window. tf.
Messrs Oito Alliens, of Indiana,
and C. Lewis Ahrens, of Colorado,
are In the city investigating the re
sources of Roseburg and uiirround
iug country with a view to making
their permanent residence in this
The Luse Land Company's ex
cursion Which recently arrived at
Sutherlin from St. Paul, left on the
return trip last evening. Every mem
ber of the party purchased Suther
lin soil, tho tracts ranging from 10
fienrgo Cbanncey, plaintiff Jn the
celebrated land title suit which was
recently tried In the circuit, court,
left this morning for his home at
Dutrh Flat, California. Enroute he
expects to spend a few days visiting
friends at Sacramento.
The biggest and best crockery store
In Southern Oregon. Everything that
Is mado In crockery, glassware, and
China, we have It. From the plainest
to best hand-painted. Many beautiful
pieces of Libby cut glass suitable for
presents. Rice & Rico, the house
Mr.. Babel Brorson, of Seattle,
WfitiliiniMmi KtmumH nvnr bore Tin's-
day evening to visit her unele, L. D.
Carle, while enroute from New York !
City to Seattle. Mrs. Bronson Is a !
daughter of J. V. "uff. who resided j
In Roseburg i ' Lwenty years ago.
She has beer th East for some'
time visiting icli.tlves. i
Tim estate of the late William j
Brad lev. deceased, was appraised
nnd settled yesterday by Hie aiutrais-j
era. Edward Singleton, Samuel!
Smilh and B. V. Strong. The total i
value of the estate was fnuntl to rep-j
resent, approximately $L'U8.0S, of I
which $7.50 was money. The remain
der of the estate Included horses and !
personal property belongings of min-!
The Roseburg high school basket
ball tnni left for Cottage Grove, Al
bany and Corvallis ibis afternoon
where they will meet the teams at
these clt.i"S. At Cottage Grove they
play the Nesmlth team; lit Albany
the high school team, and at Cor
valis, the nthelellc club. Aniline
those who went on J ho trip were:
! Bonnie Buchanan, captain: Mvin
Tipton, manager; Ben Eddy, Fair
fax Panish. Ei vir. Street. Cecil
Blakely. P. H. Black, George llam
t vnond, "Benjamin Cn.ro and Enirene
Jewett. The latter member of the
1 arty will act as umpire. '
Doll Smith, of Oakland, was in
town todny. !
This morning's Oregoniau says: T.
H. Sheridan, president of tho First
National Bank, of Roseburg, was In
Portland Saturday of last week, audi
through tho W. C. Harding Land Co. j
closed n sale of part ef the famous
Sheridan & Agee holdinps at Win
ston, to Dr. Byroii K. llilkr, a prom-j
Incut surgeon of Portland, and Henry
Folx, a retired capitalist from Duluth.i
-Minn. Tho purchasers expect to plant
about 250 acres of this tract to com-!
mercial apples this year. This Is fur-'
l her evidence of the way Douglas
county soil and climate are being ap
preciated by Investors from tho dif
ferent sections of the countiy.
Many attractive Xmas gifts at the
Roseburg Book Store. tf
It you are looking for good Bervlce
In the barber lino call at the Maddix
harbor shorf Cass Btreet, Roseburg
National Bank Bldg. Three chair
shop. Bath rooms in connection, tf.
The latest fad Is hammered brass,
used In connection with Pyrography;
makes an elegant present. We huve
the material for working, and also
the ready made pieces. It Is not ex
pensive at Graves Art Emporium, tf.
m Ighristmas gifts
COME IN AND WE WILL ASSIST
YOU' IN SELECTING YOUR PRESENTS
Our stocK is large and Better than ever
Australian and German Decorated China.
Rugs and Draperies.
Children's Carts and RocKers.
Chiffioners end Dressers.
Center and Library Tables.
Morris Chairs and RocKers.
Couches and Lounges.
Space is too limited lo nanu; the maiiy beautiful
articles that will please you. Come in and see.
ROSEBURG FURNITURE CO.
Headquarters for Celebrated Columbia Graphaphones, Double Discs and
ii. k. stkix, .
O Legal advlco free. Collections O
Itoom 1, Murstnrs IJldg.
This Is Your
WE ARE TALKING
to the LADIES NOW
University of Oregon
Varsity Mandolin Club
Bigger and Better
Is tliB beat Hint the Stnlo
Univisreity has over font out.
New boiibb catchey nimic, onil
lauulinl.le fkits. An evening ol
75c and 50c
The Roseburg Pharmacy
WE take a delight in serving our patrons with
the best there is in the line of drugs. Purity
is our motto. Promptnoss both day and
nigh is wuat counts at our pharmacy.
Full line of Sundries always on hand
ROSEBURG PHARMACY, Inc.
L. E. KROHN, Manager
Agent .for Snell
Removes all impurities.
The Next Thing on the Bill of Fare
Where are You Going to Trade?
For your Groceries, Dry Goods, Gents Furnishings
2T; and Shoes. Why they sell the BEST GOODS
for the LEAST MONEY.
Try Them In Your Order For
GENTS FURNISHINGS AND SHOES
Groceries is their Specialty, and they wilj
Try Them For Dry Goods
The People's Cooperative Store
ROSEBURG ROCHDALE CO.
The Holiday Work is before you
and there is the Xmas dinner to plan
for. We can relieve you of rn-u h
worry anil work, which is economy,;
too, you know. You'll find all our
Pastry, CaHes and Bread
to lie unexcelled. Orders delivered.
Special orders given prompt attention.
Place your Xmas orders now. j
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
Knlhl r;oI Walrlirs
;M l ilh-d iVutlics
f-kil ami iiii Mt'tal Walrlit's
Scurf Pins ami ltroH-IuB
Shirt Vn(st Sets
Ill-It l'JllHUtl(l ItlH'klc
A co)iiil'(! Kft fif Opttciil (IihhIh, Col
lar l'ilitt, ('oinl)H, Hat I'ltiN, t'tr,
Tho I hu'wt nrnl 1 t-t I Ant' of I'mltr'-l-las
in tin.' ffy. v, '
Wc have IKanimnlM in Miirr ItliiKS
..Slhk IMiih, Ilronchcd ainl WaUli
KHvcnvim' Wo liavu the Tiiicst IJno
in KoulhiTii Oif'Kon, In both IMntu
n ml Sterling,
Comh, Knihli nnd .Mirror Hi-Ih, Cut
(;iass ( Iim;, Solid Gold and (.'old
l illi d and Silver Thimhh-s