The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920, November 11, 1912, Page 6, Image 6

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    EVENING COATS.
The Quality Store
PURE SWEET APPLE CIDER
On 6ided Wraps Art
Exquisitoly Graceful.
We Have The Well Known
The Four Keys to Our Success
QUALITY
CLEANLINESS
SERVICE
PRICE
We are awake to your Gro
cery Needs. We have Quali
ty, coupled with Cleanliness.'
Our Service is the best and
our Prices are always right.
The Roseburg' Rochdale Co.
"What You Want When You Want It"
PHONE 145
TOILET GOODS
Few pharmacies carry so complete aline
of Toilet Requisites as can be found at
our store. We have the leading foreign
and domestic cologns, perfumes, soaps,
face and toilet powders, etc., as well as
a large assortment of articles for the
boudoir and bureau. In fact we have
everything that belongs in a well epuipped
plkirmacy.
OSBURN'S PHARMACY
147 North Jackson Street Phone 162 -
TREES
I
Can't Bzat Douglas Count Grown Trees f
1 Italian Prune Trees, 4 to 6 ft. 1 yr old i
I $140.00 per 1000 i
I Apple 4 to 6 ft. 1 yr. $6 per 100 $50.00 per 1000 $
I Peach Trees, 4 to 6 ft. 1 yr. 12 cents each 2
I Pear Trees, 4 to 6 ft. 1 yr. $25 per 100 f
$225.00 per 1000 jj
t Cherry same price as Pear;
Ixts of other stork, all guaranteed true to paino and first class.
WlilTU US AN V TIMH, ON ANYTHING IX OUR LINE.
Southern Oregon Nursery, 5?fi
Yontftl.!a
on
BETTER THAN EVER
THE
ALBANY APPLE SHOW
November 13 and .14, 1912
ROUND TRIP
VIA THE
IV SUNSET
A lOCPIN A SHASTA! I
II 1 ROUTES J
ONE AND ONE-THIRD FARE
From Main Line Points, Portland to Rose
bury inclusive; also from all Branch Line
points and points on the Corvallis & Eastern.
SALE DATES: November 12 to 14 Inclusive.
For further particulars as to the train service etc.,
call on nearest Agent, or write to
John M. Scott, Gen. Pass. Agent Portland, Ore.
In Boston.
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OF TAN COLORED CHAltilEUSS.
The designers of eventim wmps nr
n I heir element this hum sou. Xevei
wtiio unite tla 18 bettor united to their
iitnposes. Never were they more fret'
:o follow their owu whinm In umiteo
f line mid color mid (let nil. And on
uuiHt admit Dint tlio designers taiive
riitiun mlvnntnge of their opportunities
For instntice, the one Bided wrnp tieen
u the p let u re Is n lovely und unitsiiiil
model of tan channelise. The wide
iu-ecolli.r Instend of crossing the shoul
let's la tiling over one shoulder only,
he opposite shoulder hnrlng a kimono
tit that gives Knieefnl clinging Hues ut
hut side.
The wrnp is novel not only in the ar
cniiKeiiieiit of the niiiirnine lace onllnr
uul sleeve beneath It, but tu the drn
;tery of the skirt, which Is drnwn
-tnioothly Into ti til tint; panel ut the
Min k. The sleeved are loose find buggy
Japanese Wife's First Duty to Cook.
Wtieu It Is desired to Und something
uncommon In things not uncommon,"
no bus to stretch his tmiiglnutlou a
hit. The following shows some truce
of this stretching of the Imagination.
There Is tin old snylng In Japan
which explains the place and duty ot
Japanese wives rather sarcastically,
hut truly. "A wife Is a cook without
pay." Bu she the wife of a nobleman
or the wlfo of n laborer, a Japanese
woman cannot he a good wife unless
lk Is a good cook, or at least a good
supervisor of the kitchen.
Probably there is no woman In the
world who uses her ability to cook to
better advantage than the Japanese
wife, who manages to keep her control
over the family merely by her art ot
ooUlug.
The only place where she hns an
ibsoluto power Is In the kitchen. Out
side of It the word of her husband
always Is law. Hut In Jnpan the
trouble of eating food prepared by
voting brides Is unknown, and there Is
no complaint atwut the dishes not be
ing like those mother used to cook
The early training of girls In cooklnu
enables them to cook good and whole
some food. Through the stomach ot
her husband n Japanese wife obtains n
power over Mm. ami outside of this
means there are no ways of controlling
her husband. When a Japanese worn
in marries she throws away the cus
torus and peculiarities of her parents'
home and conforms herself to those of
her husband's and his family
According to the Japanese Idea
wives should be first of all kind, ten
iler. loving, obedient, faithful and
should perform the household duties
And whenever a wife tries to over
rule her husband or run the house ac
cording to her own Idea and against
that of her husband. It Is very Mkelv
that she will be divorced.
New Cooking Devices.
In connection with gas cookery inert
m a new invention in aluminium Thl
s n eas-erule that sets on top of am
dx.i stove ami lit which may Ik? masted
i fair !, d piece of meat as satlsftu
ioritv as in Hte oven of the gas mngi
r a pot ro-ist or stew of any kind ma
te rooked This casserole hi tin in
-r livable than the regulation oven
is li ilts over one Jet and thus leave?
i.e o;her Jets at the command of th.
ook In preparing the meal
I Kor the laundress, amateur and pro
: Tessloaal. there Is a variety of fhitlron
i One that rs esHclaIly reeommemhs
: for the woman who wants to do a llttu
pressing In her own room costs a fev.
j-ents more than half a dollar and tit?-
over an ordinary gas Jet Irons foi
' general work are. of course, much
I heavier and costlier and are equljpi
with tubing of suitable length.
Office Hoy Sir, 1 regret to inform
you that I bare to attend the obse
quies of my maternal grandparent
Employer Percy, you cannot deceive
me. You are employing that subter
fuge In order to attend the opening of
the water color eihlbitloa. I'hiludel
pbia Press.
CALL FOR CITV WAKRA3TS.
Notice is hereby given all persons
holding General Fund Warrants
against the City of Roseburg, Oregon
endorsed, "Not paid for want of
funds' prior to and Including April
1st 1912, to present the same to
the City Treasurer for payment as
Interest thereon will cease after the
date of this notice.
Dated this 6th day of November,
1912.
. D. S. HOUSER,
nl3 City Treasurer.
Douglas County Cr&amery butter
is the best on the market. Insist
yn your grocer supplying you with
this home product, which Is alwayF
itrlctly fresh ana guaranteed. Two
pound roll, 85 cents. if
BRISTOL BRAND"
Cider Made From Choice Apples On
FOR FREE DELIVERY CALL UP
PHONE NO. 186
ROSEBURG SODA WORKS
A PLACE WHERE YOU GET
GOOD THINGS TO EAT
We do catering. Try us next
time you have a luncheon
W New m M
fff HTERNAnONAL Wi
f THE TiliiliRLAM V.'EBSTEE? I
$ $ $ ,
THE GRAND GRILL
Opposite Perkins Bldg.
It in a NEW CEEA-
TIOIJ", covering every
field of i.'ic world's thought,
fiction, ftnf ciIito. The cuiy
jic.v nnibnajeU dictionary in
many ycara. s$
it defines over 400,000 fcj
bofcre arcarcd between two
covers, aroo X'agcs, Coot) Jl-lusirullonH.
V-""SV-Q ho onfy dlctlcmory
if '1. wi tho new divided
page. A':tiLrokaorGeniua."
., ..:r.. m a StUtQ vuiimio.
r.,.., i coranicndful ty tio
t!ia Vices as the one supreme
authority.
P- lie who knows Winn
bnoveua. XiOt US teU
xarre
you about this new work.
I WRITE Air iiMtclrant of Uu new divided p&ff.
is. a c. !.z:?,:a: i c j. , pni.i;.hi srunij, lUu.
! Fern Island Greenhouse f
Mrs. F. D. Owen, Prop.
Roseburg, Ore. Phone 9F12
Cat Flowers, PotU-d rinnts.
Funeral Designs, Wedding Ilo
quets, etc
Just Received a Fresh Supply of
Ferns of AU Kinds
On Sale at
Tho
fsM Pa 4r am ahii
i Thprc iro Tpn Ptnnto i
I in This City Capable
I of rilling That Job! I
a 1
Perhaps not that manr 9
really efflelont workers will b
read your ad on Its flrst pub- k
llcatlon. But those who are,
at the momoat. "eligible"
lor new employment, will
read It and will be pretty
sure to answer It. And to
find a really efficient worker
Is to And "good fortuo"
HOME:--What Is It Without
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
The Best By Every Test
. Every Sack Guaranteed
Per Sack - $1.50
Per Barrel - $5.90
Order a Sack Today
I HE BENSON GROGE
225 North Jackson Street
Phone 184
Oct Your Help Through
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THE EVENING NEWS .
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. LIBERTY'S LIGHT
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Is really the freedom tluit conies
from lndt'pendcnco, uid Independ
ence can only belong to the thrifty
and saving. Young and old ought
to hnve a bank account and here is
the place to have it. We welcome
individual accounts and are most ac
commodating to oar depositors. We
offer liberal interest combined with
that security that belongs to solid
Institutions like ours.
M Interest on Time Deposits
First Trust and
Savings Bank
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