The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920, November 19, 1913, Page 2, Image 2

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    It Will Be Daylight Until 9 P. M.
NEXT SATURDAY EVG.
In fifty business houses in
Rosubiirg. No phenomenon
of nature.
They Light With Gas
Ins :alled at Cost.
Maintained Free.
Cheapest and Best
Light on Earth.
Let us call and tell you about it.
OREGON GAS & ELECTRIC CO.
( 3 A
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CANDY HELPS
Now is the time to mnko up your Holiday Candles.
We have ev
erything the homo candy maker needs and will soli yoii at whole
sale prices anything in our stock, such aH Candied Fruits, Dipping
Fruits, Maplo Sugar, Bitter and Sweet Chocolate Coatings at 25c
the pound, the very best Walter Baker's, none better. Candy Boxes
In all sizes from pound up to 0 pound at 3 cents and up, Ther
mometers, Dipping Forks, Wax Paper, In fact evorything In the
Candy line. Formulas and Instructions for making all kinds of
home made candy free.
Mrs. TILLIE ADAMS
820 Pine Street
Phone 190 Party J
The First
Require ment
Of
If Kit
To Y(iir
Entile
GROCERIES
THAT
GIVE
SATISFACTION
Is
The
Quality
When You
Have
Secured
Why
Not
Without
Additional
Cost
Them a
Trial
Money
Cheerfully
Refunded
We Give S. & H. Trading Stamps
To All our Customers
Yours to serve and please
R. STUBBS
The Grocer
Phone Three-One-Seven
NEWTAR1FFLAW
May Enable Family to Dine a
j Liitle Cheaper.
STATISTICS SHOWS IT CAN BE
Ituy CuiiiHaii Turkey, Ho Says, ami
Save Thirty fen In Thou Smiiiu
Canadian ( raiihi-i t ies mid
Suve 10 Cent.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 13. Thre'H
real, unalloyed joy contained in the
new Democratic tariff, if positive
prophecies material i.e and a score
or more of wholesale and retail ero
de rs here have declared they will.
It will cost f;vry family in the Unit
ed Stales about one-half dollar less
a year for the same kind of a Thanks
giving dinner they had in l'Jl2. And,
of coutse, the Having will not he pos
sible only on the '1 hankKgiving din
ner. It applies to ivory meal, day
in and day out, throughout the year.
Assuming that the average family
consists of five persons, in a popu
lation of 90,000,000 people that
would be 18,000,000 families who
wilt bo able to save fifty cents each
on Thanksgiving dinner alone, or a
grand total of $5,400,000 saved by
the United States on this feast day.
Hero is the Democratic "d:jpe"
calculating that retail prices on
Thanksgiving provender will be re
duced as much as the new tariff law
reduces import duties: On a 10
pountt turkey the tariff is cut 30 !
cents, providing that the imported'
turkey was brought in dead. If "on
(ho hoof" the Having would bo 40;
cents a head. Thai Canadian tur
keys will be Imported this year and
.force down prices at least in t lie .
east and New Kngland is expected.
The tarilf on cranberries is re
duced about 2 cents a quart. Five,
quarts of those for the ordinary fam
ily if the tariff reduction extends !
to the family grocery would result!
lu ten cents saving. Saving of ano-i
liter dime on vegetables, most of i
which are on the free list in the new i
law, is another Democratic calcula
tion. If wines are bought the new tar
iff will not effect any Thanksgiving
economy. The same old duty of SO
conts a quart remains on champagne
under I he new law. Ale and beer
are taxed 45 cents a gallon, ha they
were bol'ore October 3. Oysters, lob
sters and other shellfish are not du
tiahle under the new law; neither
were they under the old Bavm aL.
Hut plums for the Thanksgiving
pudding may be bought cheaper, as
the d,ut y lias boon reduced from
about cents to 10 cents Inishel.
tained .Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Dole Sun
daf afternoon,
George Marsh and Bon, Arthur,
made a trip to Koseburg Saturday.
Several ranchers have sold their
j turkeys at fancy prices and will de
liver thorn In I; iier.r. 1 1 r Tli n v
County Fruit Inspector C. li. Uall
'y will dellfer an address at the
Gri'tiL'o hall Saturday night, Nov. 29.
Kd. Johnson made a business trip
to Kosehurg Saturday night and re
turned to Looking (Mass Sunday.
The boys are fixing up the hall
and putting the floor in first-class
condition for the dance Friday, the
2lHt.
Mr. A. I-arsen went to Rosebuig
Tuesday on business.
Tho old Odd Fellows' hall has been j
purcnased ror church purposes.
Mrs. George Marsh entertained
party of young people last Friday
evening. j
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Curr. of Rose-
burg, spent Sunday with Mr. Curry's'
mother, Mrs. O. If. Buell. j
Deputv Grange Organizer T. K.
Grae, of Wilbur, will address the j
members of Rescue grange Saturday
night, Nov. 2909. '
Mr. James Morgan has been quite!
sick for several days, but is now able'
to be about the house. j
, Mr. and Mrs. George Best spent ,
FMiirdnv and Sunday with friends at
Kosebiirg. I
Alba Spnueh has returned from i
Portland, where he has been 'for tlicfc
past montn.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Dole was
entertained at a Sunday dinner at
the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Clore.
Rev, Mr. Van Fossen, of Medford,
whilp here attending the quarterly
conference of the M. K. church was
entertained nt the homo of Mr. and
Mrs. Schrenk.
Miss Ordawell Clark, of Rosoburg,
is vis-ititig her Mends, Miss Bertha
Whiting.
Mr. George Marsh 1ms been very
busy for the past week spraying his
largo orchard.
Marguerite Musurove has returned j
from Albany to spend Thanksgiving:
with her parents. i
Mr. Howard has greatly improved I
the appearance of his home by giving'
hi burn a new coat nf paint and put-:
tin'.; in a new pidewnlk. !
The Knworth l-oague social given i
nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. C.eorne i
Marsh Fridav evening was well nt-1
tended, about forty being present.'
Music and crimes was the order of the
evening and all expressed themselves j
as hav!ng a most enjoyab'e time.
Mr. and Mrs. Hersher and Mrs. j
Ffinchrr, of Brockway, attended the!
nuartcrlv conference held here Mon
dav. The local grange will give a dance
Friday oven ing at their lurce hall.
Don't fnrirot to ennte and bring your
best i:irl. We would if we could, bul
our best girts like our nnplns and
prunes are of the prize winning va
riety and there isn't enough to go I 5
roun d.
i. :l
iiox son ai
LOOKING GLASS VALLF.V.
i no iaio rains are ueginning toi
show up our system of road building;
and mainlainauce. and yet the tax- j
payors of this district appear Indif
ferent as to whom will be appointed j
to supervise, this work and tho ex-1
pondlture of their tax money.
Mi's. Kd, .lohuson was in Koschurg
last week visiting her mul her, Mrs.
C. F. Bloom,
S. It, Brisbin went to ltoseburg
Tuesday on business.
Charles Howard, of Portland, is
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
11. Howard.
Lee Williams went to ltoseburg j
Thursday to attend to business mat
ters. Will Marstora has returned home
from Portland, whore ho has been
visiting friends.
Mr, and Mrs. George Best visited
friends In ltoseburg Saturday and
Sunday. j
Mr. T. R. Stokes has been giving,
his applo orchard an application of
Bordeux.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Klore enter-'
There will be a box social and j
entertainment given by the Fdeiibow-j
er 'c'ii list local. Friday evening, I
November LM, at the Maccabee hull
in lt'S" burg. A hand embroidered .
sofa pillow will bo given to tho one!
receiving the most votes. An hour's i
program has been arranged, music
furnished by the South Deer Creek I
orchestra. All are cordially invited !
to come and bring a friend. A gootl
timo assured for all. Proceeds to
bo used toward the erection of the
Kdenhower socialist hall. n21
Splendid moving pictures at the
Antlers'. See them. tf
ATTENTION YOUNG MEN
If you want a good home-like
place for room and board, come
to the McCIallen hotel. Rates
$30.00 per month and up. tf !
The Bellows Store
ROSEBURG'S SPECIALTY DRY COODS HOUSE
OUR SUIT
DEPARTMENT
Invites your Inspection of our
showing of new mid-season
styles of SUITS, COATS and
DRESSES. Never have we
shown a more handsome line.
SUJTS in nil this season's
newest colors, $12 to $40
COATS, both for street and ev
ening wear, $10 to $50.
DRESSES Silks, Eponge, Serges
beautiful Btyles, $10 to $35.
SILKS & DRESS
TRIMMINGS
We are the leaders In showing
the newest wanted materials in
SILKS. Our selection comprise
all the new Bhades in Crepes,
Crepe Meteors, Charmeuse, etc.
Both Plain and Brocades; pric
ed $1 to $3 per yard.
ffi 50"9
Try Our Mail Order Department!
YOU'LL LIKE IT
THE BELLOWS STORE, ROSEBURG
324 JACKSON STREET
0. JACO15S0N
Ti-lvphoiio 23
Panitorium Dye Works
All milk fully KoornnttHMl. Goods called (or and delivered. Prac
tical dyelnK and cleaning of all kinds of I.udies' and Genu' Cloth
' Ii:k, Craveiiettes and Porlicrs. ,
Roseburg, Ore
MiU Pi. W NT. COKiNElt OAK.
Bicycles, Bicycle Tires,
Base Ball Goods
Just received u large shipment of nicycles. Bicycle Tires and
lii-se Ball Goods. CbII and see what I have before you buy
elsewhere. If you buy that liicycle now. 1 can make it an ob
! to you. "
J. H. Syke's Gun Store
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