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About The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 20, 1909)
THE EVENINO NEWS
MONDAY, nKCKMHKft 20. 1IM.
OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE
NEW 1909 CROP
SEEPED K.USIXS, SMYItXA FIGS, DI.KACIIED SULTANA RAISIN'S,
SOI T-IISKIXKD WALXL'TS, Cl'ItHANTS, CITItON', OHAN'GE I'EFL,
LE.MON' l'EEL, HEINZ MIXCli MEAT, HEINZ APPLE ULTTEIt, I'UUE
MAPLE SYUUP, APPLE (il)EH. -
jt Give Us a Call
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Rev. S. B. Smith, of Myrtle Creek, piled to Dr. Houck for relief. The
broke his rlcht arm Saturday even- , . . , .,
ing while walking through the thick- '"ember was dressed and the patient
et in the vicinity of his home. He is Improving ns rapidly as could be
was brought to this city where he ap- expected.
Winnie Gaddis f
THE PLUMBER I
Skylight Cornices f
Agent for Snell
K Water Filters.
Removes all im-
XOANS, REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE
Do you want to build you a home and pay for it in small
monthly payments and low rate of interest?
Do you want to pay off your mortgage and have long time,
easy payments and low rate of interest to pay back loan in?
Do you want to buy a home in Roseburg, a nice acre tract
near town or a good ranch near a good market and in good lo-
i cality; Do you want to sell your property .'
Do you want to insure your building , in one of the best
and cheapest companies in the U, S.?
If So See WALKER a PERRINE, Roseburg-Ore.
Cor. Cass and Pine St. -:, -:- E. Ii. PERRINE, Notary Public
We're in a Position
to offer you the best the market af
fords in the way of Meats; and our
prices you know are always lowost.
We handle only prime stock. Qual
ity mid quantity guaranteed. Fine
roasting pieces of beef from He to
2&c pound. First class mutton,
veal, pork and poultry equally low.
Can't do better anywhere. Phone us
your order. We deliver to any part
of the city.
Cass Street MarKet
LOCIS KOHL1IAGKN, Prop.
107 West Cass St. Phone 191.
Many attractive Xmas gifts at the
Roseburg Book Store. tf
J. 1). Riddle, of Kiddle, Is a bust-,
ness visitor in the city today.
Rose Williams, of Looilng Olass, I
Is a visitor in the city today.
Fen Walte, of Sulherlln, Is a vis
itor in the city today.
Don't fail to attend the Glee and
Mandolin Club concert at the Armory
this evening. .
A marriage license was Issued to
John L. Row and Agnes Haines, both j
residents of Dounlas county.
At a special election held Saturday!
road district No. 44 voted a 3 mill.
levy for road purposes.
Attorney A. N. Orcutt leaves for
Salem this evening to argue a case
before the Supreme Court.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Woodard have
gone to Seattle to spend the holidays
at the home of the letter's sister.
Attorney J. A. Buchanan goes to
Salem tomorrow to argue a cane bo
fore the Supreme Court Wednesday.
County Judge Wnoacott has re
ceived word to the efleet that rond
district -No. 31, comprising s part
of the Days Creek section, has levied
a special tax levy of 3 mills, the same
to he used in Improving the roads.
Constable Wright and Sheriff- Ken
ton vlbited the soft drink emporium,
conducted by W. A. Bogard, and situ
ated at the corner of Sass and Sheri
dan streets, Saturday evening, and
after brief Investigating confiscated
several bottles, purported to contain
"near beer." A portion of 'he "wet
poods" will be shipped to CorvalllP
for analysis. It being the intention of
the officers to ascertain the exact na
ture of the liquid Should the analy
sis show that the beer Is intoxicating
Bogard will bo arrested, while on the
other hand, should It prove to be the
"near" variety mrther proceedings
will bo dropped. .
A somewhat humorous situation
confronted a number of those resi
dents of the city who contemplated
journeying to Greens on Saturday to
cast their ballot in favor of a tax
for road Improvements. It appears
that County Judge Wonacott and
Clnud Cannon bad engaged several
vehicles to convey thope in favor of
the levy to the polls, the same hiv
ing been engaged at local livery
stables. When they went to obtain the
rigs Saturday afternoon they were
npprlsed that they had boon Ink-V" by
other parties who alleged thnt they
were the parlies who ordered the
conveyances. Investlgptlon revealed
the act that a number of citizens op
posed lo the tax had obtained the
Hits, ores-umably of the opinion that
the "progressives" would he unnhle
to reach the polls. Such was not the
case, however, other vehicles having
been hired without delay.
MYIITLK CltEKK DOINGS
Mrs. Seymour Cutchlng stopped In
Riddle on her way buck form Cali
fornia to Rosei)urg.
Pipe for the new water system has
at last arrived. Freight bill was only
$840 for the car. But what's the use
of kicking, can t the railroad cnarge
what It. liks?
Tho six year old hoy of Jnmes Per
ry, met with an accident tho other
day. While playing black mnn Willi
tho school children the little fellow
fell and broke bis left forearm. He
was attended to by Dr. Leonard and is
(retting along all right.
A sood dog story has just been
completed here this week. It appears
that Gus Peret of Yoncalla, some
three months ago. vhilo hunting near
West Fork, los a valuable dog. So
much did Mr. ' :,v t value the dog
that he adverl's ' a liberal reward
for its recovery. Not unlil tho past
week did he bear anything from It
when Mr. Qulr.e wrote him that the
dog was running wild in tho neigh
borhood and would lot no one near
it. However, Mrs. Crlpps managed to
trap the dog ihe other day nud got
the $20 reward. Mr. Peret spent al
together in his efforts to recover the
animal. $137 and says he would have
been willing to spend as much nrire
had It been necessary so high Is his
opinion o tho varment hunter. Mail.
What does vour mother, sister.
brother or sweetheart want for
Xmas, a Photo made by Clark's
Studio, Roseburg National Bank
I What Shall Your Christmas Gift Be?
TO HIM TO HERTO THEM
Something that will outlive the day and the season; something useful; something beautiful,
What e!se,in.!eed, but something from the Roseburg Hook Store the store that is ready for any teat
that yon may give it the store that offers you a variety of Holiday Gifts, the equal of which cannot be
found anywhere in Roseburg? 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 trifle, upwards to the highest figure you may care tn expend. Every help we can give you, w '
offer heartily and cheerfully come early while.the stock is fresh and unbroken. A few suggestions:
WRITING PAPER specially boxed for gifts. Can you think of a more acceptable Christmas gift
than a box of really fine writing paper? Writing paper is something one uses constantly and one is
therefore constantly reminded of the1 giver. The prices range from 2u cents up.
Toilet Sets, Military Brushes, Pocket Knives, Statiori
ery. Mirrors, Story B.ioks, Picture Books, for children,
Toys, Dolls, Games, Post Card Albums, Pictures,
Xmas Cards, New Year Cards.
THIS STORE WILL BE OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL AFTER CHRISTMAS
You Will Find Shopping Easy and Pleasant
The Assortment Here Is Complete With
NEW SEASONABLE SHOWINGS
COLLAR, TIE A XI) HAXDKEH
C'HIKK SET LEATHEK SATIN
KEISEIt NECKWEAR FANCY
HALF DOZEN ASSORTED COLORS
INTERWOVEN SOCKS FANCY
HANDKERCHIEF, TIE, SUSPEND.
EltS, ARM HANDS AND HOSE
SUPPORTERS IN FANCY COM
REEFER SILK MUFFLERS
WAYS SCARF MUFFLERS
UMItRELIiAS A LARGE ASSORT
MK.N'f l-ANCY AND UMOUI,
FOLDING SUIT CASK UMBRELLAS
FANCY DRESS SHIRTS
CUFF 11UTTON8 AND 8TICK PINS
SET'S IN PLUSH LINED CASK.
MOOSE HIDE MOCCASINS FOR
EVENING FOOT COMFORT.
MEN'S SETS, EIIONY FINISH,
COM11, IIRUHII, TOOTH URUSII,
SO A P HON, ETC., ETC.
WILL FIT ANY OXFORD BAQ.
STALKY ItRAND, PRE-8HRUNK
INTKPWOVEN CARIIMEVE HO.
Home of Regal Shoes and (Hand Tailored Clothing
XMAS ALMOST AT llXI)
A Few SiiKKtstIoii For Your Con
s idem Uu ii
DESKS Havo you seen our line of
ladles desks, combination cuaes,
book canes, etc.?
CHAIRS We are showing the finest
lino of rockers and dining chairs
we have ever had the pleasure of
TAI1LKS Dining tables, buffots and
china closets, library and center
tables In latest designs and Blyles.
HALL TREES Bookcases, Irou beds
and cotton felt mattresses.
Rugs From 15x27 fuet to 9x12
DOLL CARRIAGES And Dolls
STOR1D FULL Of useful artlclos
too numerous to mention.
Ii. W. STRONG,
If Tho Furniture Man.
LOOKING GLASS MOWS.
Beautiful weather for the
week cool nlnhts but no frost
M r. 10. M organ is q uJ t o f eebl e,
seemingly suffering from ailments at
tendant to old age.
Arthur Marsh arrived homo from
Salem a few days ago In poor health.
The box social at the 1. O. O. F.
hall Thursday evening proved a
grand success. A large crowd was
present, and needless to say, tho
boxes sold wit limit difficulty. Sonie
Ihing over $58 was realized from the
sale of the boxes during the evening.
Miss Lena McCoy was awarded the
ladies' first prize, two beautiful vases
MlMsFster Luiuburg, second prize,
an album; Mr. Alva Howard, geuls'
first prize, gold fountan pen. Rev.
Eaton, of Itoseburg. delivered an In
teresting address on Odd Fellowship
during tho evening.
The Next Thing on the Bill of Fare
Where iare You Going to Trade ?
For your Groceries, Dry ( Goods, Gents Furnishings
and Shoes. J 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 will
' please you.
Try Them For Dry Goods
The People's Cooperative Store
ROSEBURG -ROCHDALE CO.
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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
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A riii)iliatc ki'I fif Opliral f.'ooils, Col
lar rfiiH, CiiimIis, lint Pins etc.
Tho I'lni'it nml P,i"t Mnc of L'lnhrel
Ijim in tin; t-lty.
Wo liavo DlninonilK in I'lnKir ItlngH,
..SI Irk I'lnn, Hroorlira and Wakh
Mllvrnvaro Wo Imite tlm Klnont I.lnii
In Houllii-rn Onuon, In l,, ino
Coml), UniHli and Sllrror Hi't, Cut
GIium, locks. Solid Gold and Gold
Filled anil Silver Thimlilea