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About The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 24, 1909)
Tllli Kl'KM.Na XEW'8 1'ltlDAV, DW'KMHI-.'lt !M, KNIII.
CLOTHES OF QUALITY AWAIT
The straightest and sur
est road to good Clothes
the best Clothes brings
If you frequent any of the "by
paths" you'Jl bo apt to lose your
8(lf in the tangle ff misleading
Whatever we do is well done
whatever we buy is well chosen
quality ia the object and perfect
Clothes satisfaction and effect.
There are many other places to
buy Clothes, to be sure but you'll
find that the best is always here.
These clothes are made for us
by the Stein lilock Co. and David
Adlor, two of the greatest Tailor
organizations in the wo-ld. Kvery
Suit wo sell is sold with an ab
solute guarantee of Satisfaction
or your M ney refunded or a new
niit in return.
Remember quality is the true
test of cheapness. J'y o .r good
Clothes you shall know us.
Mrs Bin k went to Yoncatla tills
illOtllffU1: (o H)( (( XniHH.
Try one. rjt thoo Hindi (liters will
lit any faucet. See Wlnnlo Gad din,
the plumber, tl'.
J. .11, I'oe wont to Myrtle OeeK thl
morhiitf to upend tlio holidays with
Mrs. linve Hunter lort for CorvnlllH
this morniiiK tu upend .ho holidays at
the home of relative.
.1, II, Austin, HUperlrtendont of Mi.
Wilhur bchoolb, I'iMiiii.cd home thin
morning lifter ii hrh'f vIhII Id the city.
U. A.. Perkins, of I'oi thuid, will ar
rive, here (Ms evening to upend Xmas
at the home of hid BitUor, Mm. 0. W.
Mr. and Mrs. C C. .Melt-On went to
Olallu thin inoriilni; to n-iend Xnum
Jit the home of Mr. and Mm. I'Mward
Do your Christinas shopping nt
Tho Knlr. Kvety 50c purrbnue emit ls
you to :t chance on tho Illy Doll in
tho window. tf. I
I. II. WI'hou returm d to' his home j
at Cunyoi vUe mis n.cinliiK after a
brief visit In the city. lie way :u
eompimled by Mh daughter, .MIhh J oh-I
MIkh Myrtle liradfonl and Mlsf Iter-1
jukoii. hot h te-H'tiei H hi t lie local '
fehoolrt. lell Tor I'orllaad thlH morn
iuy, to rpi'tid the holidays at the home
Mr. John Miillrn loft Tor Walla
Valla, Washington, this mornhit;
where Khe will ttpei d t-oiiie (line vis
iting ut the homo of her daughter.
Mrs. I. Hai sunt.
Dr. It. I S ul k. of Myrtle Cwi,
was a business visitor In t lie city yes
terday. filbert Lenox went to Myrtle Creek
MiIh morning to spend a few days with
Kihe dross went to Oakland this
morning to a pond Xiiuih visiting at the
home of her parentis.
Miss Cook left for Albany this
noiiilng to spent: the holidays at die
home of her parents.
The biggest and beat lino of Post
Card Albums In Douglas county nt
Itosoburg Book Store. tf
1'. K, Alley re I urned from Port
land this morning after at tending
biisineHH matters at that place.
(1. h. MiXanlty and wife left for
Sacrumei.to. California, this morning
1o spend Hevei al weeks visit hit; ,
Miss Kthel Hid1, a local school
teacher. l"ft for Portland this morn
ing to spend the holidays with relu-j
Iterlhn Hnrlta. ' Madge Dixon and
ItiHh Willis went to Dlllard this
morning to spend the holidays w;
(JeortEe Hoover, of Portland, . nr-
Urlvi'd here ihls morning lo spend the
itoli'lavs nt (he home if his brother.
Dr. K. V. Hoover
Attorneys K. (J. Micelli and A. X.
Orctill returned from- Portland this
morning after attending business lunt
'iA al thai city. They were accom
iianled on the trip by O. V. Worth
iiiL'ton, the local cment contractor.
! Winnie Qaddis
I THE PLUMBER
a j",rl!1,. 'r-ii-"'r.-. :r;
j Aont for Snell
1 Water Filters.
Removes all Impurities.
I Flour has nearly doubled in price.
BR E A D
at the same prices and it is the
best. Cookies, buns, cinnamon
rolls and doughnuts 10c Per
dozen. Pies 10c each. Our
caKes are the best.
CASS STREET PHONE 35
William Horn, of Kiddle, 1b visiting
friend.; In thn 'lly
Stavln Itlller, rf Melrose, fa a vis
itor In the cil yteday.
Frank U'lnir, itf Ueer C'roek, is a
. vlrfiior It: the city today.
A. H. Morgan, of Cleveland, was a
! visitor in the cliy ytsterday.
1 leadnnarteiH lor Holiday goods
Is at tno ltosebnrif Book Store. tf.
V. Arnold, of Oiendalo, was a via
1 Hor In tl..? city yesterday.
St. IIi'kIb Indian baskets, 5 cents
,and up, at the Hoseburg Hook Store. tf
t It. K. Smith, ot Myrtle (.'reek, spent
yes'.ei'day in tho city attending butJ-
I f iirJu't cash prizes paid for furs
'and hides at the Kosebnrg Furniture
i company. B-.vtf
i (.'barbs Churchill and Tube Tooley
i of Melroj-e, were visitorH in tho city
' this niornief.
i Attorney A. X. Ornitt has returned
from Salem uheio he ari-iied a case
betor1? the Kiiprenie court.
i Attorney Kent en Marstcrs hns re
turned from Salem after arguing a
case before the suiiremt court.
! A marriage llcnso has been grant
ed to Howard f!rer n and Alien M.
Weaver, both residents of Hotiglas
Attorney James Watson rops to
Portland this evening to spend a few
days with his parents, Mr. and Mra.
K. B. Watson.
Walter Dixon arrived in the cltyi
yesterday from Ft. Kl'inii'th. He will
remain here for a month visiting
Irvln fiarnder Is spending a few
days In the city. He experts to re
turn to his home nt Bucks Fork after
For ono morn, work Conkey'a Lay
ing Tonic Is offered for free trial by
i Mnrstf rs Drug Compm y. Get your
Lnren llarvy and wife went to Oak
land nhis afternnon to btinp back
their child who has been visiting at
Miss Anna B. Clark lias returned
irom I'onianu lino wiii leave ior .ini
wond thlR evening to sjiend the holi
days with her mother.
B. McCurdv of Clendale, Is visit
ing friends in thcHy. Mr. McCurdv
was -ft v marshal of Roseburg over ,
twenty years ago,
Mrs Italph Flflier find liltlo son,
of Portland, arrived here yesterday
to spend OhrMmaR at the home of
Attorney end Mrs. O. P. Coshow.
D. S. It. Wa1k"i associated with
Hie loan firm of Pcrrine & Walker,
returned from points In the northern
pari, of the counly this morning.
(jjtrd Snwvors, of Flkton, Is spend
ing the holidevH In the city. He
brought wl'h bin: a number of hides
upon which he has claimed bounty
Dolls, toys, hooks, Christmas tree
ornaments, Christmas-and New Year
ikisIhIs. tags, slickers and nil kinds
of Holtdiv goods at The Fair. tf.
Mh-is Florence Smith left, for Port
land this morning to spend tho holi
days at the home of her parents Miss
Smith Is a teacher In the local pub
Lav and I.awrenre N"nnor of
Olendal". wiifarrlve here this evening
to p.pond Christmas nt the home of
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
County Clerk Le.iov hus received
notice to fie effect that road dis
trict ,n. "i7. comnrisliig thn vidnltv
of PH. has levied a spe-lal :k oT
The- local hotels CMiect to serve
(heir guests a dinner something out
of the ordinary tomorrow. Turkey,
iroose and other like dishes are in
eluded In the UKnu.
A -ocial dance will bo h dd at th
Maccabee hall lomorrow evei.irg.
necijil music has been "iiiiagel 'or
the occasion end thope who attend
are nromlsed a delightful evonirnr.
Mrs. Sirah Cobb, mother of Thom
as and Will Cobb. left, for Port hind
vesterdav where she will spend Hie
bolidava with relatives. - She wns ac
coninanled bv her dauirhter. MnlHo.
Indian baskets, lilrrh imrk. swet
irrnss nnd "oreuplnn quill worlr ninde
liv St. Uegis, Mnhnwks, tro""nfs and
other tribes, for sale at. Rosehurg
Book Store. Theso are protty goods
at nlenslnir nrlces. tf.
Miss lvlan CanHvel arrived hre
la si evpuhi'j fnnu New York CM v
wlure she spent S"veral months vlt
ln friends. Sim will (nw lnr home
with Mr. nnd Mrs. William Cardwell
Mrs. .1 V. Lawrence and dnuL'Me
left for Bend this morning where
1 hev exnect lo oiaki Hu ir future
ho"ie. Knroulf ihev exnct to nond
i f"W davs visiting friends and rehi
llvi nt Oregon Citv.
Xmas will oon be on haml. good
cheer for all. Have some nipo
'dopes ;iid awnv frr Father. Mother.
Wife. Slstir or Sweetheart. A cood
f,ce ef 'imiiture f n inv fnrevftr.
Plenty of them at Rice & Rice, the
Mr .Ire VcMon;il.1. f Hen. Minne
K'l'n. a: r'v; d in tlic cii lat d"e.-
and lrtoklmr oe- t'-..' nnlry
wllh a view of making his home hero.
Mr. McDonald is an old friend of S
M. Suffmn lie Is dellnhted with
liosoburir. and savs that this country
is trood ( iiongh for nnvhodv.
Genera liv, I lie mnvhnnts nniwir
well sati-ri-Ml with the Chrlsimas
trade Farly In the reason it was
feared that business would faH short
of r"vious years. b'it Ibis presump
tion was overcome during the past
few days. All In all the business Is
considen d very good, tending to
shew l hat money In plentiful in this
vicinity at the present time.
Warrants h;:ve been Issued out of
the local .hut tee court for the arrest
( f Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Hart, two shady
characters xi, i fleeced a numb r of;
loeV. merchants Saturday thi'M:;h i
forged checks. The warrant calling j
for th.e arrest of tin woman is In the
hands of Sheriff Feu ton, while the
warrant for her husband is hr the
care of Constable Wright. Aside
from extort lag money from Wollen
berg and Mrs. Katon It is 1 ear next
that they also successful in passing a
Check on H. Marks for $ le. It Is
estimateib that they secured about
$r0 in th!s city. One peculiar iticl-
neldent connected with the affair Is
the fact that the checks were made
payable to Mrs. F. G. Hart; signed
Mra. F. D. Hart, and endorsed by
Mrs. F. D. Hart, Owing to the fact
that they left here Saturday evening
their cauture Is a conjecture.
THE NEW YORK STORE THE NEW YORK STORE THE NEW YORK
THE STORE THAT SERVES YOU BEST
The New York Store
WISHES to extend to its many
friends and patrons a Merry
Christinas and a Happy New Year.
WATCH MONDAY'S PAPERS
THE NEW YORK STORE THE NEW YORK STORIi THE NEW YORK
Cad Harmon, of Portland, is spend
ing a few days in the city ou busi
ness. Clarence Hess has gone to Seattle
where he expects to Join the navy in
the capacity of bnrber.
William Cobb, of tho Cobb Real
Kslate company, rutin neu from his
ranch at Cleubrook this afternoon.
it. K. Smith, wife and child went
to Kugene this afternoon to spend
Christmas at tile home of Hie hitter's
Walter, the 10 yp-ir old son of Mr.
and Mrs. It. A. Hercher, of Wlnstons.
'Mia admitted to Mercy hospital this
Douglas "County creamery Butter
tho best on the market ft home
product, 85 cents a roll. Patronize
home industry and get the be3t. tf
Mis Hazel Jewett, who lias been
teaching at Albany, will arrive home
this evening to spend the holidays
with her parents, Mi. nnd Mrs. X. T.
The biggest and best crockery store
in Southern Oregon. Kverything that
Is niado In crockery, glassware, and
China, wo have it. From the plainest
to best hand-painted. Many beautiful
pieces of Llbby cut glass suitable for
presents. It ice & Rice, the house
The beautiful doll given away at
The Fair to the pt rs.in guessing near
est the doll's age, was won today by
. I.. Wright, ear repairer In tho S.
P. shops In this city. The doll's age
was ;i yars, 7 month. 11 days, 7
hours and 3 seconds and Ir. Wright
only missed it by t1!! s'-conds. The
prize, is a beauty and will make some
Mttlo girl mighty haipy about, this
time ; the year. Tho drawing took
place this afternoon. -' .
H. G. Butler nnd li. F. Sign, both
of Olulla, are visiters In the city to
W. F. Boggs, who resides on his
farm cast of the city-, was In town to
day on business.
"Judge" Harris goes to Canyon
ville tnis evening to spend a few days
at the homo of his parents.
Most of the stores wiP remain open
until late Hits evening In order that
tho belated purcinser may have an
opportunity to obtain such gifts as he
Fred A. Russell and'Knsell W!c
hart, of Toledo, Ore:, the former a
brother' and the latter a nephew of
Mrs. 3. M. Kelley, will arrive in tha
city tliis evening to spend Christmas
with their ulster and aunt.,
Those wl have interested '.h em
selves In the welfare of Itosebur s
poor report few families need 5 lis: as
sistant e. Such speaks well for this
locality, Inasmuch as poverty Is us
ually conspicuous at Christmas time
in many parts of the state.
Manager Harger, of the New York
store, leaves this evening for Portland
where he will spend Saturday and
Sunday visiting friends. He will be
accompanied by his wife. While at
the Oregon metropolis Mr. Barger ex
pects to. purchase a full line of spring
attire for ladies and children.
Mrs. S. Kelly entertained tli, mem
bers of her music class at her beauti
ful home on South Jackson street this
afternoon. A Christmas tree well
trimmed with gifts played a c n-'pic-uoes
part In the enjoyment .if the oc-j
casion. Every member of tho class i
war, the recipient of an attractive j
gift. Light refreshments wereverv-i
ed. " i
Miss Lillian Brown, f Deer Creek,
was a visitor to the city today.
Frank T. Case, of Tiller, is a pa
tient at Mercy hospital. He Is suffer
ing from a swollen foot.
FOK SaLE Show cases and count
ers for sale, inquire, at Marsters
Drug Company. tf.
FOR SALK. My 1 fine 60-acre
pear and apple orchard. Will sell
the whole or part. Can be divided
into three very desirable orcnard
tracts. IT. H. Olcott, Canyonville,
Oregon. . f-28-p
FO KS A LHMTm m o t hBl ackberry,
Dewberry and Kxcelsior Straw
berry plants of the R. M. Kellogg ,
3train of thoroughbreds. L. S.
Coon, Dtllard, Oregon. , tt.
FOR SALE. Ten-acre tract,
room hoi.se, two miles from city.
Price $1700. Well improved. Ad
dress "Z" care of News office, j-23
NEW 5-ROOM COTTAGE I have a
5-room new modern cottage for
rent. E'ecfric lighted, city water,
and otherwise up-to-date. Inquire
325 Washington strept tf.
FOR SALE Excelsior and Glen
Mary Strawberry pl&nts $2 per
3 000 at the place in Edenbower or
$2.50 delivered in Roseburg. G. W.
Thompson, box 91, Roseburg, Ore
gon. sw tf.
FO R S A LE 3 mares, one 12years
old, weight 1300; one 7 years old,
weight 1250, and one 8 years old.
The two latter are in foal to regis
tered Ciydsdale stallion. All are
good work animals. For prices
and terms call on or address Frank
Wing, Kosoburg, Oregon. Phone
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 Wnt lii-s
iold Filled tVnlrhcs
Nickel and Gun Mi'tal Watches
Scurf Pins and llrooches
Shirt Wnist Sets
licit Pins nnd lluckles
A complete set of Optical Goods, Col
lar Pins, Combs, lint Pins, etc.
Tho Finest nnd llest Line of Uuibrcl
lus in tho city.
Wo have Diamonds in Finger Rings,
..Stick Pins, llrooches and Watch
Silverware Wo have the Finest Line
in Southern Oregon, In both Tlate
Comb, llrush and Mirror Si ts, Cut
Glass, Clocks, Solid Gold and Gold
Filled and Silver Thimbles