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About The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 20, 1909)
THK EVESI.VO NKWS MO.VIMV, IIF.t'KMKV.K BO, lOI.
John Spaugh and wiro. of Look
ing Glass, are In Hie city today at
tending business muttoru.
George .Melton, of Drain, manager
of tho Skolly Lumber Company, Is
In the city today attending various
Mrs. Schermerhorn, of Uuys Crook,
was artintt'-d to Mercy hospital yes
terday, aim Is under tho care of Dra.
Seolv, Seiner & Btewart.
Mrs, Worley, who has been con
fined at H rev Imspliiil for several
weeks vr fiiimlM'e'l from tliut in
stitution ti'ls afternoon She was at
tended by Di ... Soely, Helher & Ste
wart. Miss l.ou Lndd, wlia hus been em
ployed at Mark's store during the
past year, left for her homo at
Memphis. Tennoisoe, this morning.
While here she resided at the home
of C. K. Coates.
Harness & Johnson, the loenl
grocers, made their final turkey
shipment Saturday. In all they ship
ped J1 00" pounds. 7.1100 pounds
from llosolwrs and I he remaining
4.000 pounds from Iliddlo.
Mm. Marv Farnswmlh, mother of
Hubert. Kamsworlh of this city, re
turned home this morning after a
brief visit wllh friends at Oakland.
Wendell Hell, who Is attending col
lege at CorvitHN. returned homo last
evening to HI end Chrlil'nas at the
homo of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Btrnur.s. wnr rcerlly return
ed from Manilla In company wllh
Mrs. Standley Kidder, left this morn
ing for l,os Angeles where she will
Spend some lime. Later she will pro
ceed to her homo In- Florida.
Bylvester Slur, who resides wllh
'lis parents a short distance east of
Oakland, was dismissed from Mercy
lloBpllal this morning after being con
fined at that liistllutlon for several
weeks. He appears much Improved.
' Among Ihoso who arrived hero this
morning to parlleipalo In the (lleo
and Mandolin Club concert this even
ing arc: Messrs. I,. VV. Harzeo. 8. It.
Davidson, E. M, Itolf. C. A. Oeary,
V. II. Vawler. Ilium Howell, II. Ocl
sler, F. Curtis, C. L. Welch, M. P.
Odgen, C. I) (iabrlolson, Frank
Breeding, .1. Itollichllil. (leorgo Mal
lelte, W. P. Slovens, T. Hulke, Har
old f!ean, H. Grazier, Jerry Martin.
Karl Itoberlson, Glen Slouek, Elmer
Stouck, Halph Moore, and li. M. War
ren. A. I.. Kitchen, the nurseryman, In
forms tho News this has been a very
prosperous year with him. Ovor
three carloads of fruit trees have
been disposed of. Thoso have gone
to all pans of tho counly and Is ovl
denco that Hie farmers are realizing
Ihero Is a good 'profit 111 tho fruit In
dustry. No doubt the vear 1010 will
be a banner one In the setting mil
of voung orchards anil it will bo but
n short while until Douglas counly
will be known far and wldo as a
Brent fruit miction of tho state.
While allenipllng to load a heavy
barrel on a truck Saturday evening,
Oscar Lindsay, employed ns local
storekeeper for Ihe Southern Pacific
Company met wllh a verv painful ac
cident, ihe remit of which necessi
tated htm calling upon n local phy
sician. It appears that I ho unfortun
ate man was altenipting lo siiuare
Ihe barrel on the truck, when ho sud
denly slipped, allowing the barrel lo
sway In su:'h a manner as to culch
the end of "wo fingers The Injured
man Immediately souclit relief at the
hands of Dr. Ilouek, who, upon exam
ination found that the end of one
finger hfid been severed, while anoth
er showed evidence of being bruised.
I am In Iho market to buy
your turkeys for the Christmas
trade at Ihe HIGHEST MA It-
KKT PulOE. He sure and seo
me before you sell.
ALTON S. I'MtKY, flKOCRIt.
Hen Cook, of Millwood, spent yes
terday in the city visiting friends.
St. Regis Indian baskets, 5 cents
and up, at the Koscburg Hook Store. tf
Miss Sadie Wells returned from
Portland Saturday evening after a
brief, visit wltn friends.
Miss Merta Bayles went to Oak
land this morning to look alter her
music class at that city.
Miss Whipple was a visitor In the
tlty Saturday. She returned to her
mine at Wilbur yesterday
Ttaf Dixon returned from Portland
Saturday evening after suendlng sev
eral days at that city attending bus
Miss Grace LaBi-lo has returned
from tho University of Oregon to
spend tho holidays at tho homo of
Attorney D. .1. Howlnnd returned
lo his home nt Myrtle Creek Saturday
-venlng after attending legal mat
ters in this city.
The Oregon Glee, and Mandolin
Club arrived In tho city on this morn
ing's southbound train. They appear
at the armory this evening.
Kree: 10 cent packago Conkey's
Laving Tonic, also 511 cent Poultry
Hook, llrlng ad to Marsters Drug
Company. Hy mail 7 cents.
Dolls, toys, books, Christmas tree
orliamenls, Christmas nnd New Yenr
poslals. lacs, slickers and all kinds
of Holiday goods at The Fair. tf.
Itev. C. W. linker, of the Episcopal
church, spent today, at Riddles where
he conducted the funeral services
over the remulns of tho lute Mrs. W.
Dev. J. N. McConnell, pastor of the
Christian church, spent yesterday at
Pine Grove where ho delivered a ser
mon before a large congregation.
Indian baskets, birch bark, sweet
grass and porcupine quill work made
by St. Regis, Mohawks, Ironuois and
oilier tribes, for sale at Roscburg
Hook Store. These are pretty goods
at pleasing prices. tf.
Jacob L. Yokiim., aged 70 years,
and a plonoer resident of Douglas
County, passed away nt tho home of
his daughter, Mrs. O. C. Raker, in
North Roscburg, shortly nfter 1 1
o'clock Sunday morning. Death re
sulted from un attack of heart fail
ure of which Ihe deceased was af
flicted for many years. Aside from
a wldo circle of friends Iho deceased
Is survived hy two daughters, Mrs. O.
C. linker, and Mrs. Hutler Atterhury,
of this city, and ono son, James of
Canyonvlllo. Tho funeral occurred
nt the home of tho Bon this morning.
Interment taking place nt the Can
yonvlllo cemetery. Tho deceased
cauio to Douglas county early In tho
BO's In company with his father, lo
cating In the vicinity of Canyonvlllo
where ho rosided almost continuously
until a short time ago when ho camo
to Roseburg to take up Ills residence
at tho homo of his daughter. Ho
was a man of ideal attainments and
won many friends who deplore hift
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New YorK Store
SATISFACTION OR YOUR MONEY BACK
6 for 25c
This Is Your
WE ARE TALKING
to the LADIES NOW
The Holiday Work is before you
and there is the Xmaa dinner to plan
for. Wo can relieve you of much
woiry nnd work, which is economy,
too, you know. You II lind all our
Pastry, CaKes and Bread
to be unexcelled. Orders delivered.
Special orders given prompt attention.
Place your Amas ordors now.
CLOTHES OF QUALITY AWAIT
Qy - '
The straig'htest and sur
est road to good Clothes
the best Clothes brings
If you frequent any of the "by
paths" you'll be apt to lose your
self in the tangle of misleading
Whatever we do is well done
whatever wo buy is well chosen
quality is tho object and perfect
Clothes satisfaction and effect.
There are many other places to
buy Clothes, to be sure but you'll
lind that the best is always here.
These clothes are made for us
by the Stein Mock Co, and llavid
Adler, two of the greatest Tailor
organization in the world, Kvery
Suit wo sell is sold with an ab
solute guarantee of Satisfaction
or your Money refunded or a new
ruit in return.
Remember quality is tho true
tost of cheapness. Hy our good
Clothes you shall know us.
Free Delivery to Any
Part of the City.
1 for the R
Agents McCall Patterns
R. a G. , Corsets
$20-$25 Women's Long. Goats
Women' Ion tar cat in all siz8 and etylea, all kinds of materials and clotha, an extraoroinary great value at tho very
special low price :
Special Xmas Sale of Childrens I Xmas. Sale 25c Stationery 15c
coats $2.93 Many Useful Gifts sr &r k",,r:;ar ir 0
Any coat that ia In I lie Iione, rejiiiiar vnlnes to the kind you ueiially pay 25 cents (or
z.Z.z.T.. $2.98 At Extraordinary Wppu'" ' I3C
z : 7, r I nut Prirpc reat Sale Xmas. 75c Hos-
Xmas Special Women's LOW mces. . f 5Qc
SWeaterS $2.98 XmaeHoaierv In reat variety, all kinds Chn
Women's all wool sweaters, the new long uti le, iPl.icirM oc C 1 n J? fZ( colore and styles. Special OUL
the kind you have been paying K'-OO 40 QQ VliriSIIIldS JOlt? ipl.jKJ
iort B"ctial women B KimonaSn98c . Fancy Hand Embroidered Cen-
Men's President Suspenders X. S9c ter Pieces and Scarfs
u Christmas Sale Values Po:::::.:: $10
Men b suepemlerB put up fa Xmas boxea AZr A :
a,1colofs,o.,yle,speeial I. Q & 5 $9.50 Any Qm Xm$ Jgjg QQ
50c Fancy Collars 35c CaPe ticoats $3.98
Women's fancy neckwear in many (lesigus.O C- ' the house What would make a nicer gilt Xmae 8,le , flne tafI(Jta 8,k ulcoat8 , B
Xmas .ale in fancy boxes. Special tb'n,c,? Tiey are good (or evening or colors, black, brown and green.speci.l tfo Ofi
. street wear, epecial. sale price J.VO
$25.00 to $30.00 Womcns '50 r... .... r ...
Suits $13.50 $.50 Black Taffeta Silk 98c Sa Rir,s 08
Your absolnte choice ol any suit that I have, Bujk 8jk (uM . wMe A VOL
notliing reserved, they comprise the beBt value rare vai6 at ,16 low price OC Values to $1.50 in any petticoat In the no,
that can bo found anywhere and can only be house, special "OL
appreciated by Beeing them, let ub t0 CA " 7 " "
show you. Special.... piJ.di Values up to $4.50 Special at $1.98 I T7T7 T
; Every big that sold up to (1.50 put into tfjl AO $6.00 tO $8.00 WOmen S DSS
Great Hand Bag Sale Values t'oMoc'08eout Waists $3.50
to $2.00 Special 98c For The Remaining Days ET-iX XkS
A great offer of bans, grouped into one Qfif lo cents, 30 in box, Xmas C npn Rav that I have oo sale at the special low CA
big lot, they go special at VOU tree CBodles UUA pri(,B tj)j.3U
Ilendqnnrtnrs for llollduy goods
Is nt the HoaohurR Hoolt Store. tf.
Mra. E. H. lluunnn went to Riddle
this morning to spend n few daya
The heat nox coniectlontry,
"l,ownoy's" fresh at the Kosoburs;
Book Store. tf.
Mrs. Juke Noah went to Portland
t til i inoruinK to Hpond the ltollduys
nt tho home of relatives.
Yry ono of those Snell niters will
lit any faucet. See Winnie Claddis,
the plumber. . tf.
Mrs. S S. ditching went lo Riddle
this mornlux to attend the funeral
of tho late Mrs. V. Q. Drown.
S. C. Miller, of the Sutherlln Land
Water Company, spent yestprday
In the olty. returning to Sutherlln
1. H. Riddle, court reporter, re
turned from Coos county this morn
ing after spending about two wteki
In ihat section.
Do your ChrlMntns snopping at
Tho Fair. Kvery BOc purchase entitles
you to a chance ou tho llig Doll In
the window. tf.
Just received Another shipment
i t the ruinous "Last Korever ' hos
iery. A written guarantee with every
pair. Sold only by 1 tie Fair. tf.
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Sharp left for
points In Arizona this morning where
they will remain Indetlultely. A
change of climate was necessary on
account of tho III health of the hitter.
Mrs. M. A. Noah and Mrs. Otis C.
Reck, of thla city, took the Sunday
evening train for Portland where
they will spend the holidays visiting
For Men. There Is no beter shoe
made than tho celebrated "J. E.
Tilt." which la to be found at the
Milltkln Shoo Store. And for heavy
wear there Is nothing equal to the
'United Workman Shoe." dt-f.
The box soctnl held nt Looking
Cllnsa Thursday evening under the
auspices of the I. O. O. F. bulge, was
i a decided auccess In every particular.
Twenty-four boxea were disposed of
j bringing the nent Mini of $rs.60.
I Alva llownrd was awarded the prize.
! a fountain pen. for palng the highest
snm for any ainglo box. Miss Lena
McCoy received the first prize ns the
most popular lady, and Miss Ksther
Lnndberg was given the second prize.
Rev, W. 11. Katon addressed the aud
ience, nnd the evening was well en
joyed by all present. There was a
Fa'her Mctlee returned from
points north Saturdjlft' evening .
ftliss Paula Campbell lias neeppted
a position us bookkeeper at tho Econ
Wm. Hodgo and daughter, Carrie,
were in tho city today on business
Attorney George Neuner spent yes
terday nt Glendale attcudlng busi
George C. Hroadman was a visitor
in the city Sunday. He returned to
his home at Ten Mile yesterday.
Daniel Garrison, who resides in the
vicinity of Peel, left for Portland
yesterday, morning to spend the hol
idays. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wlnnlford are
spending a few days at Portland, the
former attending business matters
and tlte latter visiting friends.
In order to accomodate our custo
mers who are unable to do their
Xmas shoppiuk in day time, we will
keep our store open evenings until
Xmas. Graves Art Emporium. tf.
Hay. oats or grain are all right
for the horse, but how about your
wife. Wouldn't she be pleased to
have some of those swell fixtures for
her home, now on display at Winnie
Gnddls, the piumber? tf.
Luther Page returned from Port
land last evening after spending a
few days at that, city attending busi
ness matters. While away he effect
ed arrangements to act as local cor
respondent for the Portland Oregon
Ian. Xmas will soon be on hand, good
cheer for all. Have some nice
pieces laid away for Father. Mother,
Wife, Sister or Sweetheart A good
niece of furniture Is a 1oy forever.
Plenty of them at Rice & Rice, the
Miss Edna Carrlrk, of Pocntolln,
Idaho, will arrive hero this evening
to spend a few days at the home of
Mr. nnd Mrs. William Hell. Upon con
cluding her visit here the young lndy ;
will Join her parents and Journey to;
California where she will spend the
"MY LADY OP THE SOUTH"
"THE SILVER HOARD"
"THE DANGER MARK"
"THE SCARLET FEATHER"
"THE GOOSE OIRL"
"JOHN MARVEL ASSISTANT"
are a few titles of new books on sale :
at Roseburg Book Store. tf.
Among tho Sutherlln visitors In
the city yesterday wero F. L. Gam
mon, R. V. Lapp, R. G. McKenzie,
L. C. Williams, George 10. Ilroadway,
Uenjamin Eddy and Alvin Tipton.
C. T. Colt, formerly publicity
manager of the Roseburg Commer
cial Club, left for Sutherlln this
morning whero he will take charge of
the Suthorlin Commercial Club.
About the first of the year Mr. Colt
will move his family to Sutherlln
where they will reside permnncntlv.
It goes without saying that Mr. Colt
w'ill materially assist in making
known to the world the resources of
Sutherlln Valley. He Is a wide-awake
fellow who will deliver the
C. D. Beale went to Sutherlln this
morning to look after business mat
ters. The taxpayers of road district No.
38, which comprises a part of
Southern Roseburg, voted a three
mill road levy at the special elec
tion held at Greens Saturduy. The
4 mill levy was voted down by one
voto, while tho three mill carried by
11 voteB. The opposition to the tav
was of a scattering nature, the lead
era being unable lo organize their
forces. With the money realized
from this levy together with the $800
at present In the hands of the road
supervisor, it would appear that con
slderable work can be accomplished
during tho coming tummer.
We invite your attention to this delightful
It Is Something New
It Is Something Better
It Is "Colgates"
You Will Enjoy It
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 ;