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About The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 21, 1909)
THE EVENING NEWS
BY a. W. BATES -
ISSUED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY
fgntered as Becond-olasB mailer
Nov. 6, 1909, at Roseburg, Ore., un
der act of iwarch 3, 1879. -
Subscription Kates Daily
Per year, by mail $3.00
Per month,' delivered - .50
. ' Semi-Weekly
Per year a.......2.00
Six months 1.00
TUESDAY, DKCE.MDKIt 21, 1UO0.
B. M. Armltage and wife came
down from the mines Wednesday-to
go to' Portland for the holidays.
Mrs. Bernice West, Mr. and -Mrs
Will Davis and C. O. White were all
RoBeburg Cillers- last week.
Roscoe- King, one of our real estate
men, has returned from a trip to
Dr. R. A. Smick and Prof. Keezel
entertained the Card Club -in a very
royal manner at the Hall, Wednes
day night Those enjoying their hos
pitality were: Mr. 'and Mrs. CO.
White and ' Mrs. Frank Stevenson,
Mr. and Mrs. Kinft, Mr .and Mrs.
Prcston Mr. and Mrs. Howland, C.
O. Nelson and wife, Mr. and Mrs.
Will Davis, Bernle .West and wife.
CardB and dancing whlled away the
hours. - Delicious -refreshments were
served, sandwiches, olives, cake and
coffee made by Dr. Smlck, who Is a
master hand at that. ' Apples and ci
gars for the men.
Chas-. Rico moved his family out to
their new home in the Charlie Strong
Mrs. Crisman haB been confined to
her bed with rheumatism for over a
week. W. Lady Is also on the sick
A jolly crowd of young people
drove way up to the old "Fawcett"
place on North Myrtle Friday night
to a dancing party returning at 6 a.
Miss Dora JohnB Is home for the
Christmas vacation from Cottage
Grove where she has a class in music.
Ten of the card club surprised Mrs.
Lulu Howland on 'the night of her
birthday carrying refreshments. A
very nleasant time followed.
Mrs, Kate Beard and baby are vis
iting at the home of the former's
mother, Mrs. John Adams.. Mrs.
Beard's hnsband lS'Oneiof the profes
sors in the Agrloultural' College at
The Misses Holmes, from Seattle,
were entertained at the home of Bak
er Howland Tuesday evening.
Friday was the first visiting day at
our new public -school. All the rooms
had exercises, but the most attention
to a Christmas program had been
paid, in the primary department,
where the little tots spoke their
pieces and sang their little songs In
a manner gratifying to the parents
and their competent, painstaking
teacher, Miss Oillla Peters. Trim
ming a tree for Santa Claus was very
Signs of Christmas are about. In
Sellg's, Santa Clnus' biggest estab
lishment here; fancy dish supply at
Rice Bros;- beautiful hand-painted
China, lovely toilet articles, stationery,-
post cards, etc., at Preston's
drug store; fancy confectionery, post
cards, etc., at Duncan's; silver, cut
glass, jewelry, etc., at Harry Hen
nan's; a Christmas boat is to make
harbor at the Baptist Sunday school
Sunday evening, and a stately tree at
the Cmietlan church the same night
for lovers of gayety. A masquerade
at the hall; but in the home circle
where the stockings are hung and
filled for expectant little people, and
the-true meaning of Christmas has
been explained, and the- sweet old
story told there 'Is the true Christ
H. Dyer has opened a roller skating-rink
in the hall, since the strict
-ordinance went Into effct to keep
all boys under 18 Years of age out
of the public card rooms and near
A merry Christmas and a happy
New Year to all the Umpqua Valley
News' force Is the wish of
4 DAILY WEATHER REPORT
U. Sv -Weather Bureau,-local office,
Roseburg, Oregon, 24 hours ending
6 a. m.,'Dec. 21.-1909: -- .
Precipitation. 1n Inches and hun
Maximum temperature 41
Minimum temperature 24
Total precipitation since first of
-month' !.. j... .............. ...'..-. 2.66
Avg. precip; for this month for 32
Total Precip. from Sept. 1, 1909,
to date .. 16.06
Avg. Precip. from Sept 1, 1877,
Total excess from Stp. 1, 1909 4.16
Average precipitation for 32 wet
seasons (Sep. to May Inc.) 33.00
-. - .i i . . . ... . .
Has on display for the Holidays a
Choice selection of dishes,. Including
hand painted china, Japanscse and
China dishes- in beautiful designs. Al
so a lino lino of silk hondkcrcliiefs,
toys for tho children and 'some
fine Brass ware. Call and make your
selection early. Prices way down and
the goods are the best to be' bad.
THE WATER FRONT
DRY GOODS STORE
Sheridan Street Near The Depot. '
We don't sell for cost or below
cost but we will sell right at cost.
If you don't believe it, try us and
see.' With each dollar's worth of
goods purchased you are entitled to
a chance on a nice set of silverware,
knives, forks, table and teaspoons.
See them In the window: Come and
see for yourself, don't be misled by
any one for you will miss it
D. J. JARVIS
Tailor Made Clothes
Commencing December 18, and
continuing lor two weeks; in order
lo reduce my stock o! high-grade
goods, I will make suits at. the
following greatly reduced prices:
$35 Suits $28.00
$33 Suits $25.00
$30 Suits $22.00
For two weeks only. Call early
while the stodk la' complete.
The Reliable Tailor
Olflce: Warehouse No.
. Near the Depot, Telephone
' Mala a3i of 3U. ! -' -nl
GROUCH & ALDRICH
Wholesale and Retailj Dealers in
Cement PlasterLime and Cement BIocRs, Cement
Sewer, Pipe, Mill Work and all ' Building Materia
Give us a call. We will save you ' money.
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Lumber, Lath, Shingles and Dry Finish Lumter
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Doors and, Windows of all Kinds.
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Yards on Lower Oak Street.
" 'Phone' Mil "
ill Your House
with light no house la modern
without electric lights. Though we
can wire "any old"" building, 'the
best work te When the house is being
constructed. We are always ready
to give an accurate estimate and to .
guarantee the best work.
G. L. PRIOR
315 N. Jackson St. Roseburg, Or
D. WALTERS' PLUMBING SHOP.
Plumbing, Sheet Metal Work, Tinning " P '
i North Jackson Street, adjoining Peoples Marble
Works. Telephone 2511.
Work Done on Short Notice
- WHITE AS SNOW
This is the claim made by all who send their
washing to the Roseburg ijjteam" Laundry. To get
this result no chemicals are used. Your laundry
is not treated in a severe manner very much to
the contrary it is handled in the most approved
manner all the latest and most modern machin
ery is at our command to do your work in a mos
ROSEBURG STEAM LAUNDRY
0. C. BAKER, Prop. '""
Jackson Street - - ROSEBURG, ORE.
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