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About The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 22, 1909)
THK EVKXIXO NEWS WKDVKSDA Y, IKCKMW:K :V2, IfWIO
St. Regis Indian baskets, 5 contH
and up, at tho KoHuburg IJook Store. ti
F. J. Hlukely arrived hero this
morning after u hrhf visit at Port
land. B. O. Mi Oee, a local Umber cruiser,
Wi'iit to HiiKcno til Jh nior:iln to at
tend business muttrrtt
B. J. fMi 'H will ro lo EhkIo Point
ni'xt Thtiirid'iv wIhtm ho will B.;rid
ChrlHtmu with rilends.
The? wrV rf (".Tiivillntr for the
now rntl'-n il hurl: .it 8iithorlin war
coioipeii' fJ vctc)d;iy morning.
I. B. V vir ai'l chiidi'Mi
Tvent to I'n- ti-.nd IHa morning to
pjiond the h'.lidayrt at tho home of
C. A. Ithoiidrji and family left MjIh
morning for Buy Outer, Viinhlngton.
at whifh plnco thoy Intond to remain
"Wild lliil." of Hoanlin, who nan
Wn in the city for Hie past Tew da.vH
nt.tendiiiK to busiriosH matter, i ft
for horn' this morning.
John liruon, of Wlllrn, was !n the
city today attending lo b'isiniss mal-l-iH
and virflMng fi!.mi:K fiimrtH. lie
reporU vi'lnlty pri'iip.-roiis.
Dr. .T. h. Galloway and wife went,
to Kur,,nf Rd other jiolnis In the
north rn pttrt of the shite thiH ni'.-in-Inp
to vIMt friend- rnr" relatvle..
MIhh Mnrnuerilo Wilt? n, for the
past year slenonrniiher t ,r,('a'
oominTfl'il club, departed IIiIh morn
Ins for her former home in Nevada.
Polls, toys. twinK!!, unnsimiiH irew
oniamentH.'(Mirlslniart and New Year
poHtalH. tiitiH. stickers and nil kinds
at HoMdnv irnoris at. The Kalr. tf.
MlHb 1'1'oche Parks left, for her
.home at Spokane, Washington. this
mornlnjr aftern a hrlef visit nt the
home of Mr. and Mm. Thomas Utht.
MnrrlH Henderson, of Portland.
arrived hero thin iiinrniiifc to ripend
the holidays rt. tho home or nis pa
rents. Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Henderson.
Survevnr Frank Cain is In the city
frem Kidille on business nnd ideas-
11 ro. Ho reports work In his lino
quite brisk for (he past several
BUY n Christmas present; rnni
lilete course In Hleatn ICnginefrlng
from Inrtoi national (!orrespondence
Schools for s;i!o tdi'.'iip. (ddress A.
T.t Nows offleo. cl-H'.vtr
Mrs. Win. Agnew, of the Mt. Alto
Xtanch, (Hide, is in :hn nltv to remain
until after fJhrlatnuiH. She will bo
Joined by Mr. Agnew Friday who will
enjoy a visit of several days In the
B. M. Hermann, of Myrtlo Creek,
returned homo this morning after a
brief visit, with friends In this city.
Io was accompanied by Mia. John
son, of Hpokatto, Washington, who is
visiting in thiH locality.
Xmas will soon bo on linnd, good
cheer for all. Ilavo somo nice
pieces laid away for Father, Mother.
Al'lfo, Sinter or Sweetheart. A good'
plce of furniture. l n toy forovor.
T lenty of them at Hlco &. Rico, iho'
C. M. McCanlh'v. "T Portsmouth,
Conn., arrived in th cMv thin mor
tn to vhit relative, mi. McCjiiilbw
islt,M.l Kohi'Iiiiiu about tveivo years
i jro, and millions in nay he notices
many ninortun!. cha'-igi s. 1 1 r- epe;t
t f remain here abort two we'ks.
O. W. Gage and uon, of Dlllard, are
visitors In the city today.
Headquarters for Holiday goods
Is at tno Hoscburg Book Store. tf,
William Bnxton, of Brotkway, Is a
visitor In tho city today.
J. Hollid iy and wile, of YoncaHa,
are visitors in the city this afternoon.
JO. J. Thompson,' of YoncaHa, 1b
In t no cily attending bnslneHs matters
.1. H. Fugles, of Peel, In a visitor In
the city today.
S. C. Miller of Dlllard. camo to
town this 'ifternoon to look after bus
Curtis Mall, Fioy and Tva Oarrett
were among tbo Myrtle Creek visitors
in tho city tocay.
U. N. Udrieh. of Milwaukoe, Wis
cousin, arrived hero this morning to
noend about ton days visiting friends.
B. A. Uunakei. tho Diilard merh-
ant, I.h spending tho afternoon in the
titv attending business inatterH.
Nothing Is too pood for the ilrlsh
for the county. Use the best, as it
!s tho cheapest In the long run. See
Contractor Patterson hf-.s complet
ed th'j nw comer. t vault nt tho court
house, nnd the same Is now in read)
Hess for use.
Free: 10 cent package Conkoy's
Laying Tunic, also sn cent Poultry
Book. Bring ad to Markers Urng
Company. By mail 7 centH.
County J uugo wonacolt ana re
ceived tnfonw.iion to the effect that
road liHtrlcts No. 20 and 24 have lev
ied a special road tax, each or which
is fu the stun of 5 milis.
Forest Bangers A. Ireland and
Carl Ward arrived In the city today
from th head of tho South Uinpqiui.
The latter gentleman will go to Port
land to spend the holidays with his
Indian baskets, birch bark, sweet
grass and porcuplno quill work made
by St. Ilela, Mohawks, Iroquois and
other tribes, for sale at Koseburg
Book Store. These are pretty goods
at pleasing nrioes. tf.
M. McClallau hns fl'd cuit in the
circuit court apainM, 10. 10. LaBrie.
renucsting jtidgniert In tho um of
SfilG for labor, supplies and pastur
age. Attorneys Caidwel! & Watson
linnn rotnfnnrl t-.v rhr, iilMntlff
anuolnted hB register of the local Pul
led States .and office, arrived hero1
this morning accompanied by his wile.
Ho expects to go to housekeeping as
soon as a suitablo residence can be
T nm In tho ninrkot to buy
your tnrkevs for tho ChriHlinas
trado at Iho lllfillHST MA II-
KteT PulCfc. Uu miro and hco
mo befoi'o you Bell.
ALTON S. FIIUY, GROCHIl.
CLOTHES OF QUALITY AWAIT
7 f ,
The straightest and sur
est road to good Clothes
the best Clothes brings
If you frequent any of the "!iy
paths" you'll lie iipt to lose your
self in the tangle of misleading
Whatever wo do is well done
whatever we buy ia well chosen
quality is the object and perfect
Clothes satisfaction and elfect. -
There are many other places to
buy ('lothes, to be sure - but you'll
tind that the best is always here.
These clothes are made for us
by the Stein Block I'o. and David
Adler, two of the greatest Tailor
organizations in the wo'ld. Every
Suit wo sell is sold with an ab
solute guarantee of Satisfaction
or your M ncy refunded or a new
cuit in return.
liemember quality is tho true
test of cheapness, l'y o-ir good
Clothes you shall know us.
W THE NEW YORK STORE THE NEW YORK STORE NEW YORK STORE THE NEW YORK STORE H
"THE STOKE THAT SERVES YOU BEST"
"SATISFACTION 08 YOUR, MONEY BACK"
ClarK's 0. N. T. Thread, 6 for 25c.
25c and 35c Dolls 19c
NEW YORK STORE THE NEW YORK STORE NEW YORK STORE THE NEW YORK STORE
For the Remain
ing Holiday Days
Free Delivery to Any Fart of City. Phone 2541 Agents McCall Patterns R. S G. Corsets Burson Hosiery
NEW YORK STORE THE NEW YORK STOiii
NEW YORK STORE THE NEW YORK STORE
Xmas r Special Women's
Women's all wool sweaters, the new
long style, the kind you tl QQ
have been paying $5 for p.yO
Men's suspenders put up in Xmas
boxes, all colors and styles ACn
Great Hand Bag Sale; Values
to $2.00 Special 98c
A great offer of bags, grouped into
one big lot, they go
$25.00 to 30.09 Women's
Your absolute choice of any suit
that I have, nothing reserved, they
comprise the best value that can be
tound anywhere and can only be ap
predated by feeing theiii,j?JO Cfi
let tis show you, special.. ylO't)"
Christmas Sale $1.50 Kimonas
Women's long flannelette kimonas
many styles and patterns. OSr
50c Fancy Collars 35c
Women's fancy neckwear in many
designs, Xmas sale in fancy - . ,,,
. Special UIIIMIlUft Jd!K fdlUCi IU 10
Capes $9.50 any Cape
in the house. What would make a
nicer gift than a cape? They are
Kooil for evening or street wear.
$1.50 Black Taffeta Silk 9c Va!uesupto$4.50Special$l.98
Black taffeta silk, full yard wide.
A rare value at the low Qflc
Every bag that sold up to $i.0 put
into one great lot, to no
1 close out iSUyO
For the Remaining Days
5c per Box
15 cent, 36 in box,
Xmas tree caudles.
Xmas Sale 25c Stationery 15c
Bjx stationary in a great assortment-some
in holly boxes-all kinds
--all with linen paper, the kind you
usually pay 25 cents for. iCn
Xmas Sale $6.00
Xmas sale of Sue taffeta silk petti
coats in all colors, black, brown and
gieen, special sale
Great Sale Cotton Underskirts
Values to $1.50 in any petti- AO.
coat in the house, special "OL
$6.00 to $8.00 Women's Dress
Women's fancy diess waists in all
kiuds, uet, silks, messaline, a nd jersey
waists, every one that 1 have on
sale at the special low CA
IH NEW YORK STORE THE NEW YORK STORE THE NEW YORK STORE THE NEW YORK STOREl
Winnie Gaddis j
THE PLUMBER I
O. V. Kl:rile, of Uldtllo. Is a visitor
In tho city this nftornooti.
alfss Gaul, of San Kmucisco, is vis
iting friends in the city.
C. V. nurnette, of Myrtle Creek,
spent yestetday in tho city attoinlint;
Try one of thorn SnnM filters will
fit any faucet. See Winnie Gad'lia,
the plumber. tf.
A nmiThiHe Urease has I men issued
lo (1. O. Hollace and Irene Minnlck,
both residc-t ts of Itusehuru;.
Do your Christinas shopping nt.
The I-'nir. lOvery 50e purchase entitles
vim to a chance on the Kit; Doll In
tho window. tf.
Just received Anothi-r shipment
tt the famous "Last h'orever" hos-
( I'M'y. A written mmrant"o with every
pair. Sold only ny 1 he lair. tf.
Ailss Susie 'atsn nr'vd here
from Salem last, 'veiling to spend the
hrilidMVU ivith mn'.mtu linn
been employed as Instrir tor in the i
Salem schools during the past few j
Mr W. A. Imlre, of Melrose, came
in totlav to meet his l:inhl-r. Miss
l.lty, who ii r rived on I ho morn lug
train from Corvnllis where she Is
a I tending the state college. M iss
lmire will remain at homo during the
! Through her attorneys, Cath welt &
Watson. Ame'tcii A. Sutherliu has
filed a suit in the circuit court
auainst M. DoVuney nnd Mrs. Xt 1 1
D'':iney. I'lnlntiff asks to reiover
the sum of $Uu, alleged to he due
i on a prom Ism y unto executed ami
j delivered on June 5, 100't.
j Mort is Wehher is making a number
. of improvements on Winchester
street leading fiom the flatiron in
I Xorth liosehurg ttwnrd the lOdcn
l.owor difirict. Mr. Wehher Is a first
class road builder ai.d hW "ffov's will i
no doubt be appreciated by these who
' are compelled to trnverse the road In
Kinh Kthr next July, wall Kenneth
Conn as rider.
We are sony to say that the King
of Melrose id so in to move to liosu
ourg. 1. II. Crane sold his fine hoise for
the large suiii of $10,
Kenneth Conn is uoing to get liim
a Cloake. for the winier.
We luive cluinged. oi:r opinion
;.hi'ut Creed Corn stanrtinu' the snow'
David Conn is soing to get Young.
Tliere will be a Christmas tree at
Clevelund Friday night.
C-o. Hai.'Jy Is very busy fishinj;,
hunting, trapping and sawing wood.
While on the road to see his sister
and mother lien Conn broke his leg
m front of 11. P. Cong's shop. Mr.
Conn splintered the cripple.
The biggest and best line of Post
Card Albums in Douglas county at
Roseburg Book Store. " tf
The biggest and best croefcery store
In Southern Oregon. Everything that .
is made in crockery, glassware, and -China,
we have It. From tho plainest
to best hand-painted. Many beautiful
pieces of Libby cut glass suitable for
presents. Kice & Itice, the house
A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT !
Of Pleasing Gifts j
We have many novelties, some very unique and I
beautiful, and all very appropriate presents.
We Have Finest Line in Southern Oregon
Appnt for Snell
! Water Filters. Phone 2101 .
Removes all im 1
purities. Roseburg Oregon I
! MI-XliOSK .V Vl.l, lil.AXIl NOTKS
E. W. Oilier hns about finished
his now iwmm.
A. H. Clnylon has Just returned
H. 1'. Conn has tioutht C V. Ilat
fiold'a hl'u'ksuifth shop.
Vo are sorry to hoar that N". I,.
Conn had u runaway. Tho last that
was soon of htm ho was poftm up the
road with hts hat In hts Itaml.
C. P. Churchill nnd Tuby Tot.lcy
are In tho sausage business.
We are lnd to say that Hon C.
Carr has returned from Klamath
county with his fine hores. We ex
pect he will match the animal against
Solid Gold Watches
(iohl Filled M atches
Xickel and (iun Metal Watches
Scarf lMns and ltrooches
Shirt Waist Sets
lU'lt Pins nnd Buckles
A complete sot of Optical Goods, Col
lar Tins, Combs, Hat l'lns, etc.
The Finest nnd ltest Lino of Umbrel
las in the city. ,
Wo have Diamonds In Finger Kings,
. . St Ick Tins, Brooches and Watcb
Silverware We have the Finest Line
In Southern Oregon, In both riate
and Sterling. .
Comb, Brush and Mirror Sets, Cut
Glnss, Clocks, Solid Gold nnd Gold
Filled and Silver Thimbles