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About The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 23, 1909)
THE KVRXIVO NEWS ' THI'ltHIMV, MKCI-'MnKR 'J-.t, fKH.
S. H. Brown, of 1;ikton. was a vis
itor In town yesterday.
Florence Applegute, of Portland, In
vJsitlrg frier d In OiIh ifelnlty.
A. M. Armstrong, of OiiUnd, waB
visitor In the v.liy yesterday.
St. Regis Indian baskets. 6 cents
and up, ut the Roseburg Hook Store.tf
I j, Mi'ltlif-wH, of c; I Iff upent yes
terday In the city -irKh;iing Xmas
O. D. Sm.t and wife wont to Hil
ve.rt.on this ptUrnnon to spend Christ
mas Willi fi I mmIk, ,
(I. W. Arnold of hooking Glass,
looked aiinr h tsiney Interests in the
city yesterd ly.
W. 0. Blalto, of Buthorllu, spent
yesterday In Hit city intending busi
O. A. and K. M. M:iLtinns, both
residents or Lfiklng Glass, spent yes
terday In the city.
Many attractive Xmas gifts at the
Roseburg Book Store. tf
Mrs. Fred ftuell went to Creswell
this monrli'g to spend the holidays
The biggest and best line of Post
Card Albums in Douglas county at
Roseburg Jiook Store. tf
Attorney J. A. Hushanan nan re
turned from Salem where he argued
a case before the supieme court.
Free: 10 cent package Conkoy's
Laying Tonic, also SO cent Poultry
Hook. Tiring ad to Marstors Drug
Company. By mall 7 cents.
M. C. Miller, fromerly associated
with the Siithwrlin Land & Water
company, lett for Los Armeies this
morning where he will spend the hol
idays with his wife, who is spending
the whiter in that city.
The biggest and best crockery store
i In Southern Oregon. Everything that
its made In crockery, glassware, and
M THE NEW YORK STORE THE NEW YORK STORE NEW YORK STORE THE NEW YORK STORE Hj
S. L. DllUrd and family will spend China, wo havo It. From the plainest
ChriHtnms duv fit Winchester, the i t hand-painted. Many beautiful
guest of friends,
Fred Miller, of Drain, transacted
TinslnosH mi'tlers In the city for a
few hours yesterday.
ft. U. Croucb, local agent for the
Page wire fei'ce. Is confined at his
borne with a severe cold.
Mrs. J. llcndeiHou Miller returned
to Oakland this iiim-ulnc after a brief
visit with her father, Col. Taylor. I
Mrs. holden. of Oakland, returned
1o her home lhln tnonih-g after a
brief visit with friends in this city.
pieces of Llbby cut glass suitable for
presents. Rice & Rice, the bouse
At the regular nnnnnl election of
Laurel lodge No. 13. A. F. tic A. M.,
the following members v-ere rhosen
to serve the lodge during iho ensu
ing year: Frank Davis. W. M : L l.
Znrcher, S. W.; Napoleon Rice, J,
W.; Freeman JohDt-on. treas; N. f.
Jewett, sec; Dexter Rice, tyler.
The building committee in charge
of thg erection of the Masonic Tem-
Loral merchants have been on the I I1p expect that the same will be corn-
jump torlav, nntiiv farme-a having ' pleted and In readiness for occupan
vlRltnd tho city for the purpose of . cy not later than January 1 5. )3very
mulclpff their boll. lav inirolinsea. I office In the structure has been leas-
Mrs IHcKlcs returned to her homo "! for a term of years, evidencing
tit Ruckles last frvenine alter a brief In a measure, the nrosp-ritv which
visit at the home of Mr ,itil Mrs. I reigns In this vicinity at the present
William Vnn Huren In this city lime.
Dolls, toys, honks, Christmas treei One of the neatest and most nrtls
frn;imeuts, Christmas and New Year- t'c calendars that hha been recelv
finstnlH. tags, stickers and nil kinds i bd at The News office Is the one Is
f Holiday isnods at The Fair. tf. Uued by Howard & Mahan, the local
Lylo MarsTcrs. eon of Hon. A. C. plumbers on Cass street. This con
Mnrsters and wlfo. Is expected home Hints oT a beautiful rural ecene In
Trom Salem this evening where ho Is colors nnd iilcely framed In the ml?-
Altennlng the Willamette university.. Unn style, nlreiidy to hnnr on the
.lames Hume, a Southern Pacific
engineer, left for Portland 'his aft
ernoon to ipend the holidays, Ho
wns accompanied bv his wlfo and a
niece, MIfs Orac.-s Kennedy.
The Ircal barber shops will remain
closed Christ iraH and therefore It be
hooves those In need of a ihave to
- villi Friday. The shops will remain
wall. It Is needlnsB to say that they
will he appreciated by the firm's many
friends' and patrons.
Mr. F. T. Itavnolds, of Days Creek,
arrived In the city Inst evening and Is
looking after hurfness matters hjre
oday. Ho reports lhat the hew road
that was built between Peniuo and
Till (r lfiut full la nlmnur i.nn.rildal-
I ruined by Hides. The hlnhway was
MIsb Lulu Lddy has returned from b,m 0,onR the rveJ. and not onv df,
Salem to spend the holldnvB a he Jt B,(,e from be,ow the d(Jf )lt n
homeofhei parents lion H. L. Mdy lnnny places tons of earth and rocks
ml wlfo. "A Lsh K.ldy Is sMt'lylnK ' n(1 lUo the road from the n.uutaln
Tmnrmaey at tho Oregon Agricultural ttn(,Vo.
college. Messrs. Sam Whlttaker, or Oak-!
Xmns will soon be on hand, good',,!,,,!, nml w. O. Cocheram, of Red i
hoer for all. Have some nlce,ln,1( hotn pr3,)orm,8 farmers of thlni
jdnces In Id away for Father. Mother countryi anIvt!d Jn tne cItv 1(Ult ftV.n. ;
Miro, Sister or Sweetheart. A good , ,K nn(, 8ppnt the (la h(?rR in ,MIsi. !
juvco of rurniture N a lov forever, t ntMfl interests, aid Incidental huv-1
J-lenty or hem at Rice & Rice, the ,np ft fnw chrlstmnn prints for the,
ouho furnlshors 'folks at home. Mr. Whlttaker fn-
rhecomuHMclal club hns purchased fornis I1S Mlflt ..n.lf, f1iRirW t 'o
a new Underwood tynewrller. tho or. vntn,i n thin, mill in 1
imc bavin g ji rri ved t his morn I n g.
M1wh hund, foi nierlv enintoyed nt the
Tflice of Attfn-ney Frank O. Mlcelll.
now employed by tho !nh, end
dlcHs to Kay her work will prove
Hie Hchool district. No. 28, has voted
a special three mill tax. The people
In that community want good schools
and roads, and are willing to pay for
them. Tho gentlemen returned home
on thin nfternrnn's trrtin.
CLOTHES OF QUALITY AWAIT
"THE STOKE THAT SERVES YOU BEST"
FEEil DELIVERY TO ANY PART
OF THE CITY.
"SATISFACTION 08 YOUR MONEY BACK"
Crepe Paper, 10c Values 5c McCall Patterns, R. & G. Corsets, Derby Monarch Gloves
NEW YORK STORE THE NEW YORK STORE NEW YORK STORE THE NEW YORK STORE
Irresistible Bargains for Friday
. The store that serves you best offers to you unusual values in staple and fancy mouchandise that are
it attractive prices
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$1.00 Kimonas 65c IS5.00 Women's Dress75c & $1.00 Women's
Women's Flanneluttc Kimo
nas, in fancv attorns; a snap at
the nmisnal low price; special at
$1.50 Umbrellas 98c
Umbrellas that retail at $1.50,
in the newest ebony and walnut
hankies; t(ood quality American
taffeta cloth; very special price 98c,
$1.50 Table Cloths 98c
Tables cloths in mercerized
and linen; finished damask in hem
stiched cloth; special low price 98c.
$2.00 Hand Bags 98c
Great special ladies' hand bags
and purses, in a great assortment:
they usually sell for $1.50 to $2.00;
a'very low price 98c.
Women's net waist, silk lining
blue, white and cream; a rare spe
cial, value at the low price. . .$2.19
Regular 10c Large Roll
Toilet Paper 5c Roll
Guaranteed to be the largest
roll in the city at the price; you al
ways nay at the ITiwest 10 l-2c.
Buv all you want for 5c roll. Lodg
ing house keeper look to your
25c Xmas Stationary 15c
Box stationary in a great as
sortment; a great value; linen pa
per and envelopes; special. . . ,15c.
50c Back Combs, Bar
ettes, Side Combs 25c
Great assortment of back and
side combs; Barettes in all kinds:
colors match sets. Buy all you j opportunity to get a great value at
want .2bc.lthe very low nrice 98c.
Tomorrow $1.50 Sateen,
Percajine and Moreen
Percaline, 8ateen or Moreen
petticoats, some with hydegrade
label, some have embroidered
Hounces; a great petticoat sale; an
Fancy Hose 50c
Women's fancyOmas hosiery
in a great assortment; a new line;
by express this morning, special
10c Crepe Paper 5c
Crepe paper, 10 feet to a bolt;
all colors; you always pay 10c for;
this special 5c roll.
$15 to $20 Capes $9.50
Capes and street wraps in
light and dark colors special for
tomorrow only $9.50
4c Yd Ribbon Bolt 30c
Ribbon to tie paskages, the
kind yon usually nav 4c vd. for:
special by the bolt (all colors) . 30c.
$1.50 Blanket 98c
Cood heavy blankets; full size,
a genuine snap at the low price; per
( 75c Blankets 50c pair.)
H NEW YORK STORE THE NEW YORK STQRETHE NEW YORK STORE THE NEW YORK STORE
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The straightest and sur
est road to good Clothes
the best Clothes bring's
If you frequent any of the "by
paths" you'll be apt to lose your
Bolf in the tangle of misleading
Whatever we do ia well done
whatever we buy ia well chosen
quality it) the object and perfect"
Clothes satisfaction and effect.
There are many other places to
buy Clothes, to bo suro but you'll
liml that the best is always here.
These cluthes are made for us
by the Stein liloek Co. and David
Ailler, two of tho greatest Tailor
organizations in the world. Every
Suit we sell is sold with an ab
solute guarantee of Satisfaction
or your M iney refunded or a new
fuit in return.
. x iisi oi cheapness, ny O ir good
I luthes you shall know us.
Ki' ,'- 1Kb- V f'
Agent for Snell
Removes all im
yvR, John Townhond wont to Port
land til 1h morning to B)und ti'3 holi
diiys with frtendfa.
Try ono of those Snnll fllterfi--wlll
fit any faucet- See Winnie Gaddls,
tho plnmbor. tf.
Jllsa Vlviin Cijrdwell, who has
been pending the past year at points
In New York, is expeteed home this
Mrs. C. M. Marl In arrived here
thin morning from Portlard to spund
Christmas with friends. .
Mr.i. R B. Lane went to Salen. this
morning to spend a few d.iys via'ting
at the home of her sister, Mrs C. A.
Do your ChrlMnias shopping at
Tho Foir. Kvery BOc purchase e)titles
you to a chance on. the Iiie Doll in
the window. tf.
Ben Hnnsaker, the Dlllard merch
ant, rjturnid to his tit me Inst even
ing after attending business matters
in rnis cuy.
'. D. Zureher returned from Port
land l his morning after spending a
couple of days a- that city attending
J. M. Palmer and Dollie L. Mum
power nf this city were united in niar
ftimo by Elder McConnell at the par
sonaicc on Dec. 22.
Just received Another shipment
the famous "Last Forever'" hos
iery. A written guaranty with every
pair. Sold only by The Fair. tf.
Chief Train Dispatches K. 0. Peu
grn and Engineer Patrick spent yes
terday at .Junction City where they
succeeded in bagging 70 fine ducks.
Indian baskets, birch hark, sweet
grays ami porcupine quill work made
by St. Hegis, Mohawks, Iroquois and
other tribes, for salo at Roseburg
Book Ptoro. Theso are pretty goods
ut pleasluK nrices. t tf.
( D. Beale. of the Luse L;iud &
Develnpmont comimuy, received a
postal card from E. L. Meyers. v!e
preidiMit of th company, dated at
points in Colorado, this morning, the
substance of which is to the effect
that Colorado Is now lu the clutches
of a svor cold suap, ihe thermome
ter roistering from 15 to 2 5 below
F. J. Faille, for the past year pro
prietor of the Roseburg hotel, has
sold the contents of the hostelry to
gether with the lease, which ruin
for neuly two years hente. to $. F.
Steele, who recently arrived in this
section from the east. Th new pro
prietor assumed control of the hnf
tetry this morning. He will make no
changes In the hotel at present, ex
pecting to conduct It along the mmn
line as the former lnndload. The
sale was consummated through A
D. Bradley, a local real estate agent.
L. E. Yokey and wife go to Medfurd
this evening to spend Christmas at
the home of the former's -moth r.
F. B. Wnito returned to Sutheilin
Ibis morning after a brief vLit with
friends in this city.- '
Arthur Pacnn returned to Wilbur
this morning afier a brief visit with
friends in the city.
Highest cash prizes paid for furs
and hides at the Roseburg Furniture
S. C. Miller returned to his home
nt Dillard last evening tfter attending
business matters in this city.
For one more week Conkey's Lay
ing Tonic is offeied for free trial by
Mnrsters "Drug Com pat y. Get your
A 3ocIal dance will be h-!ld at the
Mnccabee hall tomorrow evening.
Special mueic has been engage ! 'or
the occasion and those who attend
arc promised a delightful evening.
R. L. Winn i ford and fnmllv who
left here some time ago with tho in
tention of locating .in Canada, will
return here this evening, having de
cided to remain In Douglas county
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
Solid Gold Watches
(iold Filled U'aUlics
Xlrkel and Gun Mclul Watclicg
Srarf IMns and Ilroochi1
Shirt Waist Sets
lk-lt Tins and Buckles
. A coniplete set of Optical Goods, Col
lar 11ns, Combs, Hat Tins, etc.
The finest and Ilest Line of Umbrel
las la the city.
Wo have Diamonds In Finger Rings,
..Stick Pins, Ilrooclies and Watch
SilTCTTrnre W have the Finest Line
in Southern Oregon, In both Tlate
Comb, Brush and Mirror Sets, Cut
Glass, Clocks, Solid Gold and Gold
Filled and Silver Thimbles
ROSEBURG, OREGON f