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About The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 5, 1916)
THE SUNDAY OREGOXIAN", TORTLAXD, NOVEMBER 3, 1916.
RURAL HOME IN FOREST OF
DOUGLAS COUNTY IS DELIGHT
Hughes House Fits Appropriately Into Charming Landscape Without Dis
turbing in Least Harmony of Surroundings.
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THE Hughes house, probably the
best known house In Douglas
County, stands In a small open
cpot along the Umpqua River. 20 miles
east of Roseburg-, near Glide postoffice.
It Is on the other side of the river from
the county road and from Glide. It Is
connected with the road by a private
ferry and with the postoffice by a
cable. Aloof from the few distractions
of a singularly quiet community, this
dwelling, though modern and compara
tively new, seems to be as lonely and
as much In place as an Indian tepee.
Trim and fresh and up-to-date, yet It
fits Into natural surroundings that are
distinctly unchanged. A few yards to
the right or left grow Douglas County
trees, just as they sprang from seeds,
a heterogeneous company of firs, oaks,
maples and laurels. Fifty yards In
front Is the Umpqua River, with a trail
winding down to it through tha yard
of native grass and native flowers, un
altered from the time of Indian pil
grimages, yet not tall or rank or un
even. The unrestricted seasons work
their magic changes, but this bungalow
offers no Jarring note. It is as much
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