The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920, August 29, 1912, Page 5, Image 5

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    A Merchant Who Does Not Adver
tise Believes it More Profitable to
Sell to People Who-Know Little
About What Things Should Cost!
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) He is content to do without the patronage
CO of the people who read ads and who thus
( IvOW PRICES AXD VALUES-i he can get
W a "lucky share," through "location" or other
( . reasons, of the patronage of people who are
) not educated, by advertisements, to "know."
( lie realizes that as soon as any of his pa-
) trons become ad readers, he loses their trade
) but he hopes that there mav always be a great
( percentage of shoppers who do not read ads.
g he knows that with such shoppers he stands
) on an equal footing with the enterprising mer-
l chant.
)
A Merchant's Best Reason For Not Advertis-
ing is Your Best Reason For Net
t Patronizing His Store. .
" GET WISE TO THE -
Evening News' Advertisers
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"Listen to that girl screeching away.
She must have been sluglng for half
an hour with no Blsn or n letup. Who
usked her to do It anyway ?"
"I believe It wns Mr. Kurtz who In
sisted." "Well. It takes a brave man to ask
her to sliiff."
"But It takes a braver one to ask her
to uult."
NOTICE OK IXTKXTIOX TO; IM
1'liOVE SOUTH JACKSON ST.
NOTICI3 IS HEREBY GIVEN:
That at a meeting of the Common
Council of the City of Roseburg,
Oregon, hold on the 20th day of
August, 191(1, the following resolu
tion was adopted:
"RESOLVED, That the Common
Council of tho City of Koseburg,
deems it expedient and nroppsos to
improve South Jackson Street In the
City of Iloseburg from the north line
of Haynes street to the north line
of Roberts street, In the following
manner:
Firm By grading the street to
the proper subgrade.
' Second: By paving the roadway
of said street full width with asph
altic macadam pavement.
Third: By constructing combined
The Store That Saves You Money. The Store That Saves You Money. The Store That Saves You Money.
Service alone would not attract nor hold you as our customers
THERE'S
A
REASON
You don't have to search far to find the reason for our success. Pure Foods
Prompt Service and above all, the Lowest Prices ever given you by any firm
in Roseburg. "R. STUBBS Pays the Freight." You receive the dividend
when you buy at these prices,
18 lbs Pure Granulated Sugar for $1.00 with every
$5.00 Cash Grocery Order
These Prices are Strictly Gash
15 lbs Pure Granulated Sugar $1.00 1
7 lbs for 50
100 lbs for 6.40
Powdered Sugar XXXX . .10
Cube Sugar, 3 pounds for 25
FEUITS.
G nice Cantoloupes for $ .25
Apples, 12 pounds for 25
Lemons, per doz .35
Oranges per doz- 30
Peaches, per box 85
Fancy Pears, per bushel 90
Tomatoes, per boz 45
COFFEE AND TEAS.
Our Own Special Blend Cof
fee; 31. for '. .$ 1.00
Our Please All Vacuum Pack
ed, 3 pounds for 1.05
Our Gilt Edge Peaberry Cof
fee, per pound ' 30
Special Imperial Blend Tea,
this month onlv, per pound .40
All Best Grade Teas, per 11) .50
Large pkGold Dust or Citrus .20
Large 15c bottle Bluing or
Ammonia C'7
Farmers Eead This and Beat It If
You Can.
lb Ghuardelli's Coco or
Chocolate 30
Peanut Butter : 10
6 can Deviled Ham .25
Domestic Sardines, per can . ., .10
1 Quart Ripe Olives 40
1 Quart Given Olives .40
Scrub Brushes, Wash Boilers,
Wash Boards and all Laundry Sup
plies cut for Cash-
CEREALS.
Always Fresh.
3 pks Corn Flakes -25
Rist Tostics 10
Shredded Wheat 10
2 pks. Puffed Wheat 25
100 lb Stock Salt, coarse $ .80
50 lbs Stock Salt, coarse .... .40
50 lbs Pure Creamery Butter
Salt 90
50 lbs Pure Table Salt .65
2 bottles Queen Olives . -.25
Bottle Picnic Preserves 5c to 25c
Picnic Mustard. 3 for 25
I lard wood Toothpicks 7 pks . : .25
Toilet Paper, 1,000 reams 4 for -25
.Tello, 3 for 25
Easv Jell, 2 for 25
1' Quart bottle Pure Cider
Vinegar .... .10
3 pks. Pine Bur Bird Seed. . .25
1 lb Pure V,h'-k Penpor 30
lib Pure Mustard .'. 30
1 lb Pure Cloves 40
pks Minute Tapioca 25
10 1b sack Pure Cream Oats . . .45
10 lb sack Pure Farina .45
.10 lb Whole Wheat Flour . . .35
9 lb sack Corn Meal 35
CAN GOODS-
2iUb Tomatoes," 2 for .'. 25
2 cans Corn for 25
2 cans Peas for 25
2 Large Cans Kraut 25
2 largo cans Pumpkin 25
1 gal. Pumpkin 40
Pure Salad Oil, per gal 90
FLOUR.
Yakama Best, per sack. : $1.75
9 pound sack for 35
50 pounds Soft Wheat 1.45
50 pounds Red Ribbon, per sk 1.65
1,000 Matches for .05
MILK.
1 doz. Eagle Brand Milk . . . .$1-85
Carnation Milk, per can, small .05
Carnation Milk, per can, large .10
Jersev Queen, large, 3 for 25
Yellow Band Milk. 3 for 25
3 gal. of Standard Pickles $1.00
Armour's Pure Lard. 10 lbs. . 1.65
Armour's Pure Lard, 5 lbs.. .85
Fancy Picnic, Hams .15
Fancy Hams, per lb ' .19
Salt Pork, fancy I614
1- aney Shield Ji. Bacon, per lb
.20
An. others all cut for Cash. Bring in your pre luce and trade with
rs. t pvntire store is instantly at your service. Telt phone your needs and
leave! i'e rest 10 us. Try us and be convinced that we are selling closer than
any otner firm in your city. Yours for Business, R. STUBBS, The Grocer
concrete curb and gutter.
Fourth: By constructing sub
dralna If necessary.
Fifth: By constructing street
monuments.
Sixth: By laying vitrified sewer
pipe.
Seventh: By constructing catch
basins and inlets.
Sutd Improvements are to be made
in accordance with the Charter and
ordinances of the City of Hoseburg.
Oregon, and the" srade, plans, specifi
cations and etslniates of tho City En
gineer, filed In the office of tho City
Recorder on the 19th day of Auku -t.
1912, which said grade, plans, speci
fications and estimates are hereby
approved and adopted.
The entire cost of said improve
ment slir.ll bo assessed upon the
property especially benefitted there
by, as provided by tho Charter of the
City of Roseburg, and no part there
of shall be paid by the City of Rose
burg. The estimate of the City Englneor
of the probable detailed cost of said
improvement Is the sum of $5264.
.39. RESOLVED. That tho City Re
corder of the City of Roseburg. Oro
geon, be and hereby is directed to
give notice of said proposed improve- j
ment as provided by tho Charter or I
said City, of Roseburg." '
Remonstrances- against said pro-j
posed improvement may bo filed In ,
writing with tho undersigned within j
twenty (20) days from the first pub
lication of this notice, which Is the!
29th day of August, 1912.
CARL E. WIMBERLY
Recorder of the City of Roseburg.
Oregon. s9
Sixth: By laying vitrified sewer
pipe.
Seventh: By constructing catch
basins and iulets.
Said improvements are to be mado
In accordance with the Charter and
ordinances of the City f Roseburg,
Orcao-', and the'grade, plans, specifi
cations STid eistmates of tho Ci.y En
gineer, filed in the office of the Cily
Recorder on the 19th day of August.
1912, which said grade, plans, spec'
Mcatlons and estimates arc herebj
approved and adopted.
TTio entire cost of said improve
ment shall be assessed upon the
property especially benefitted thore
hy, as provided by tho Charter of the
City of Roseburg, and no part there
of shall be paid ly tho City of Roseburg.
The estimate of tho City Engineer
of tile probable detailed cost ot said
improvement la the sum of $4083.
21. RESOLVED, That tho City Re
corder ot the City of Roseburg, Ore
geon, be and hereby Is -directed to
give notice of said proposed. Improve
ment as provided by tho Chnrtor of
said City, of Roseburg."
Remonstrances against said pro
posed improvement may be i lied, in
writing with tho undersigned within
twenty (20) days front the first pub
lication or this notice, which Is tho
29th day of August, 192. '
CARL 13. WIMBERLY
. Recorder of the City of Roseburg.
Oregon. s9
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NOTU'K OF INTENTION TO. IM
PROVE MILL STItKHT
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN:
That at a meeting of tlio Common
Council of the City of Roseburg,
Oregon, held on the 26th day of
August, 1912, the following resolu
tion was adopted : '
"RESOLVED, That tho Common
Council of the City of Roseburg,
deems it expedient and proposes to
Improve Mill Street in tho City or
Roseburg, from the north line of
Sykos Street to the north line of
South Street, in the following man
ner: First: By grading the street to
tho proper subgrade.
Second: By paving the roadway
of aaJd street full width with asph
ultlc macadam pavement.
Third: By constructing combined
concrete curb and gutter.
Fourth:' By constructing sub-;
drains If necessary.
Fifth: By constructing street
monuments.
Sixth: By laying vitrified sewer
pipe.
Seventh: By constructing catch
basins and inlets.
Said improvements are to be mado
in accordance with the Charter and j
ordinances of the City of Roseburg, I
Oregon, und the grade, plana, specif I-1
cations and etsinmtes of tho City'Kn-
glneer, filed In the office of the City
Recorder on tho 19th day of August,
1012, which said grade, plans, sped-!
flcatlona and estimates nro hereby
approved nnd adopted.
The entire cost of said Improve
ment shall be assessed upon the
property especially benefitted there
by, as provided by the Chnrtor of tho
City of Roseburg, and no part there
of shall be paid by tho City of Rose-,
burg.
The estimate of tho City Engineer
of the probable detailed cost of said I
Improvement is the sum of $0059,-1
84.
RESOLVED, That tho City Re
corder of the City of Roseburg, Ore
geon, be and hereby is directed to
give notice of said proposed Improve-
ment as provided by tho Charter of -said
City, of Roseburg." I
Remonstrances against said pro-j
posed Improvement may be filed in :
writing with the undersigned within j
twenty (20) days from the first pub-f
Itcatlon of this notice, which Is the
20th day of August, ltd 2.
CARL K. WIMBERLY
Recorder of the City of Roseburg,
Oregon. s9
would youithrow;aside A
TELECRAM, OR REGISTERED
.LETTER, AS "PROBABLY
NOT WORTH OPENING."
Can't j'ou imagine some wantt. ads being
really worth more to you than any telegram or
registered letter you have received in a yeaf
or that you are apt to receive in the year to
come? .
Are you not able to imagine how some want
ad of four or five lines of type, may if investi
gated and followed up-influence the whole trend
of yoiir life? Some opportunity for work, for
buying or selling, or for investment may have
such far-reaching results for you as to shape
and diiect jrour comings and goings, your prof
its and losses for long years 1
Is it not DEEPLY -WORTH WHILE TO
WATCH FOR SUCH AN AD?
THE EVENING NEWS
ADVERTSERS CET RESULTS
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Th Stor That Bsvp. Yon Monty- The Store That Saves You Money. The Store That Saves You Money.
XOTH'K OK IXTH.NTIOX TO IM
I'ltOVU llfllK STItKKT. j
NOTICE IS HEIIKDY GIVEN': j
Council of the City of RciBcburf .
Oregon, held on the 2f.th day of
August, 1912, the following n-Holu-;
tlon wag adopted: ' j
"RESOLVED, That the Common !
Council of the City of Uoneburfj, !
deems It expedient and proposf-B to
Improve Flurk Street In the City of
Koeehurg. from the west lino of
Stephen Street to the east line of j
Mill Street, In the following manner: i
Flint: liy grading the street to
the proper subgrade. j
Second: Py paving the roadway j
of salt) street full width with asphalt
pavement.
Third: By constructing combined
concrete curb and gutter.
Fourth: By constructing sub
drains If necessary.
Fifth: By constructing street
monuments.
Quality Purity Cleanliness
Has been our motto for the past two
years. Our business has increased
over 500 per cent over the first
' month we were open.
We w'sh to thank our many patrons
for their liberal appreciation of our
service and qualrty goods. The day
of low prices, on cheap, adulterated
and non-nutricious products is on
the wane. For thatreasi n join our
long list of customers," and buy
your groceries at "' -'"
THE BENSON GROCERY
225 North Jackson Street
PHONE 184
We slice Ham, Boiled Ham, Dry
Beef and Bacon.
We solicit new accounts.