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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (April 13, 1896)
U. S. Department of Agriculture
Rosxbcbo, Ore., April 10, li-JC
.., 15 a. m. Pacific Umo-2J.9S.
Baboxktm 5 p. m. Pacific tlmo- S0.12.
Maximum temperature. Si
Minimum temperature, 40.
Rainfall lor the SI hours ending 5 p. m., 0.1 1
Total rainfall slnco 1st ol month, l.tS
Average rainfall for this month for is years,
Total rainfall from Sept. 1, 1S3J, to date, S1.71.
Average rainfall from Sept. 1, to date, 29.11.
Accumulated excess from Sept. 1, 1SS5, to
Average precipitation tor IS wet seasons,
vindicates trace of precipitation.
The weather flags displayed represent the
forecast applylns to the 24 honrs ending at 8
p. m. to-morrow. (It more than one Hud of
weather is predicted for that period, the condi
tions first named in the forecast will be repre
sented by the uppermost weather flag.) A
white fls Indicates clear or fair weather; a
blue flag, rain or snow. The flag of which the
upper halt Is white and the lower halt blue,
local rain or snow. A black triangular pen
nant indicates the temperature and when dis
played aborc a weather flag Indicates warmer,
and when displayed below, cooler, The tem
perature flag Is never displayed alone. Its ab
sence indicates stationary temperature. The
cold ware flag, white with black squaro in the
center, when displayed on the Pacific coast. In
Tiros. Gibsou, Observer.
Portland, Or., Arril 10, 1S: S a. m.
Weather forecast for the next SG hours, for
Roseburg and vicinity:
Tonight and Sunday rain; stationary temper
Pagce. Local Forecast Official.
Go to the Roseleaf for the best cigar.
Go to A. G. Mareters & Co. for school
County claims and warrants bought by
D. S. West.
Spring goods now arriving at Brook's
A good farm to trade for city property,
Inquire at this office.
1. P. West does insurance. Office
opposite the poet office.
For Sale. Old papers, at this office,
at 25 cents per hundred.
Mnnyon's Homcepathic Remedies for
sale at Marsters' Drug Store.
Mens and boys shirts at prices which
beat the record at Jay Brook's.
For bargains in family groceries, call
at the Pepoie's store, Cass street.
Mnnyon's Homeopathic Remedies at
A. C. Marsters & Co.'s drug store.
Bring yoar clocks and watches to Slow
Jerry the reliable jeweler tor repairs.
Myrtle Creek flour, only SO cents per
sack. Delivered free. A. C. Uoxu
If you don't want to pay other peoples
debts, trade at the one Price Cash Store.
Every dozen cabinet photos taken at
the Smith Studio, entitlcfyou to a num
ber on a ladies' wheel.
Call and examine the new goods at
the Variety store, one block east of the
depot, corner of Pine and Lane Streets.
Bring your job work to the Plaindeal
er office. We are prepared to do the
cheapest and best work south of Port
land. For choice family groceries, call at the
People's Store, Mrs. G. W. Kapp, pro
prietor, and get your supplies at bedrock
E. Da Gas. Physician and Surgeon,
office in Marsters' building. Calls in
town and country promptly answered
sight or day.
Save money and time. To parties
going F-ast, goby theO. R .& 2. short
route. Call on or write to Y. C. London,
Call on Slow Jerry and examine his
Seth Thomas clocks, watches and gold
bowed eye glasses. Cheaper than ever
offered in this city.
Dr. F. W. Hayncs, the dentist, does
allktnds of dental work in a most scien
tific manner. Ilia work speaks for it
self. Dental parlors in Mark's building.
Constantly on hand at the Beer Hall: I
rliwwu Co-tea limKfl.f(p TirirV fisll I
epiced herring, sardines, caviar, neu
naugen, pickled pigs feet, pickled tongue,
Slow Jerry the jeweler has 14 carat
filled gold ladies watches now on 3ale.
Prices reduced from $25 to 115, decided
bargains. Don't fail to examine them
before purchasing elsewhere.
Good pastureage for stock at reason
able rates by the month. All stock
taken absolutely aud entirely at
owner's risk in every particular. For
particulars enquire of C. A, Blackman,
The cheap rates of five dollars cabin
and two-fifty steerage including meals
and berth are still in effect on the O. R.
& ". Co's. steamers from Portland to
Steamer leaves Portland every five
Notice is hereby given to the public
by the undersigned that I do not allow
dead nimnla to be buried on my prem
ises, at Roscburg, Oregon, or garbage
dumped thereon or sand or gravel taken
therefrom, unless the party taking sand
or gravel first contract with me for the
right to so do.
Tresspassers will be prosecuted ac
cording to law. Aaeon Rose,
Roseburg. Oregon, March 17th, 1895.
Notice to Stockmen.
My imported Clydesdale stallion will
etand this season on my farm, 2J miles
nnrth nf Itoseburir. Anril 1. 1890. Sea-
eon, f 10. ; Ins. $15.
J. C. Aiken.
The tar roll of Douglaa county for
1895 is now in my hands for collection
and is now dno and payable at my office,
C. F. Catiicakt, Sheriff.
O. L. Kester of Olalla was in tho city
Unas. W. Scott of Medford is at tho
A nice lino of gauro uudorvesls at Miss
J. T. C. Nash of Medford is registered
at the Van Houtcn.
Mrs. James M. Cnuioron of Melrose
was in tho city Saturday.
Hon. G. W.. Riddle of Glonbrook is
registered at tho McClallen.
Gracio Plaisted Opera Company at tho
Opera Houso tonight, in "Tina."
Fancy line ladies' hose supporters in
all colors at Miss Imageno Houser's.
James Gibbs, ono of the sons of Vul
cau at Canyonville is in the city today
D. R. Shambrook, our next sheriff, lias
gone on a visit to his parents at Umpqna
Ferry for Beveral days.
"Chanticleer Hall" at the Opera
House, Tuesday evening, April 14th, by
the Grade riaieted Opera Company.
Peter Hume, ono of the delegates to
the republican state cot.ventiou, has
returned and is still Peter Hume.
Tho following wero nominated for
presidential electors at tho stato conven
tion: T. T. Geer, S. M. Yoran, E. L.
Smith, J. Capels.
Sol. Hirsch was chosen chairman of the
republican state central committee, and
G. M. Brown U central committeeman
for Douglas county.
Unfavorable crop reports from tho
principle grain producing countries lias
the effect to advance the prices of cerea's,
especially of wheat.
The social to have been Jgiven on Fri
day evening is postponed until Friday,
April 24th, on account oi other attract
ions on that evening.
Peter Nelson, the democratic wheel
horse of Gardiner, has returned from
Aehland, whither he went last week,
and is at the Van Houten.
Much interest is being manifested in
the athletic entertainment to be given on
the ISth. The programme mil Le the
best ever given in Southern Oregon.
It. W. Benjamin, who has been at
Portland for the last seven months en
gaged in the practice of dentistry, is
home on a visit to relatives and friends
for a season.
The ieople's party will hold a dele
gate convention at the ccurt house Fri
day, the 17th at 10 a. m. The delegates
will meet in conference at S o'clock p m.
Thursday, April ICth.
James Weaver of Myrtle Creek, an old
pioneer of 1S53, is in the city today. Mr.
eaver has been so unfortunate as to
lose his eyesight, and Lis many friends
deeply sympathize with him in this soio
Judge L. Longhary, who went to
Portland on a mission patriotic endeavor
as a delegate to the republican conven
tion, ha j returned, safe from the
viccssitudes in political affairs in that
city of bossism.
The funeral of Robert Lazenby, late
private, Co. I., I. S. Mounted Hides
Mexican War volunteers, alio private,
Co. E., 20th Reg't., Ioara Infantry, will
take place at 10 o'clock, Tuesday, April
14th. All are respectfully inrited to at
F. W. Benson, our popular county
clerk, and C. F. Cathcart, our genial
and energetic sheriff, who have been in
attendance at the Republican State Con
vention at Portland as delegates, re
turned Saturdav, having survived the
John Burnett of Benton county is the
democratic nominee for supreme judge,
and Jefferson Myers of Linn is the uom-
inee for congress, and the presidential
electors! are, Edward Killfether, J.
M.Carroll, J.J. Whitney and W. W
The total depravity of inanimate ob
iects is best exemplified in a pair of
cheap, balky spectacles that stutters.
Just why anybody buys such glasses is a
mystery, unless it is ignorance of the ir
reparable injury such spectacles do to
Don't go to Dr. Lowo for
District Attorney G.M. Brown, who
went to the state convention latt week
has returned rejoicing. Though failing
to secure the renomination for district
attorney, be will buckle on the armor
and enter the the fight heroically for tho
success of the ticket including his
lucky (?) competitor.
A mind reader read a newspaper to a
select audience in Junction City the
other night, through two horee blankets
After the feat was accomplished, one of
the voune ladies present left the room
remarking to a friend that she wasn
come to stav there any longer witl
only a calico dreES on. Ex.
Governor Lord has commissioned D,
R. Shambrook a commissioner of tho
Second Southern Oregon Agricultural
Society, dated March 31. 1S9G, the same
date as that sent toF. B. Waito,
which we made mention last week. Mr
Shambrook'a commission was sent to his
former postofllre, Umqpua Ferry, and
forwarded from there toKoseburg; hence
its delay in reaching him here. Now wo
havo two commissioners for tho associa
tion, F. B. Waito and I). K. Shambrook,
two worthy young men, who will doubt
less look after the agricultural interests
of this district, composed of Coos, Curry
and Douglas counties.
Aro now being made for a grand time in
Rosoburg May Day, at tho bicycle track,
and a grand ball at night. Our pro
gram is not yot completed but thero will
be- good prizes given for young and old
riders. Music by K. P. Baud.
T. K. RiciiAimsoN,
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World's PIr Highest Award.
. B. HouBor returned from Rosoburg
Mrs. S. A. HutchlnBon camo ovor from
Miss Dora Beckloy mado a visit to
Kosuhurg lust week.
Mrs. G. A. Taylor returned to Port-
laud on Sunday's local.
John Wi8o of Yoncalla-eauio up Satur
Miss Leona Suudo of Rosoburg was !
isiting friends aud relatives hore last
B, A. Washburne, of tho firm of Wash
burne & Son, Mill Co. at Springfield, was
in our town last week.
W. A. Taylor roturnod Sunday from
Grants Pass, where ho has been at mil)
Dr. Pago went to Portland last week to
attend tho democratic state convention,
returning Frida) .
C. T. Wilson is n first class harness
maker and has just received a stock of
goods. Givo him a call.
E. G, Young & Co. report Saturday as
being an unusually good day for busi
ness. Geo. Stearns left Sunday in charge
of two car loads of cattle for tho firm, en
route to Portland.
Bom, to the wife of A. D. Hawn, a
daughter, on Saturday, April 4th. Moth
er and child doing well and tho lather is
out of danger.
W. M.Thompson and his niece, Miss
Rose Emuiett, arrived here Saturday
from City of Mexico, where they have
made quite an extended visit.
In last Thursday's items in announcing
Prof. Chapman's lecture, the time given
was9:S0 p. in. It should have been
SO. The professor failed to come so
the lecture was not delivered.
Mrs. Bainbridge, who in company with
her eiater, Mrs. Whitaker, has been vis
iting in England for the last six months,
arrived here Wednesday morning. She
reports a very pleasant visit but is glad
to be home again. Mrr. Whitaker
toppttd at Pendleton on the way home
to visit a sen.
The populists held their primaries Sat
urday to elect delegates to the county
convention, to be held at Roseburg, Fri
dav. the 17th. Following are the dele
gates from Calapooia precinct: Jess
Thompson, George Settle, Jas. Richards.
George Settle was nominated for justice
and Rob Medley was endorsed for con
stable. Tho meeting was a harmonious
A fire occurred Sunday in the old town
about ncou, burning the stable and work
hop of T. T. Miller. It destroyed about
? 130 worth of carpenter tools, a quantity
of hay and some dressed lumber. The
total damage is ab;nt 350, with no in-
urance. This loss will be keenly felt
by Air. Miller as nis trade is lua means
Last ttedncaJay while tho section
Chinamen were working on tho road,
some unknown persons, supposed to be
tramps, broke into the section houso and
helped themselves to what their could
find, taking about $13 worth of goods.
Word was scut to Yoncalla and Drain to
be on the natch and Satnrday onr con
stable. Bob Medley, received word of the
capture of a colored man who bad the
stolen articles in his tosse&eion. Hob
went doan and brought iho man back.
He was traced in jail pending his trial
injustice Bovingdon's court, Monday,
April ISth. Tkilby.
To the Voters
Last Saturday the delegates at the
democratic convention, nominated me for
the office of justice of the peace, for this
district. At the time I did not accept
or decline the nomination. Since then
at the request of republican, as well as
democratic friends that are opposed to
the candidates selected by tho Rose
burg A. P. A. delegates I have decided
to accept the nomination,
lama republican, as my democratic
friends well know, and do not consider
myself a bolter, but simply submit to the
wishes of my friends in both parties as an
anti-A. P. A. candidate. I am opposed
to encouraging a secret political organ
ization, but have no abuse for those who
differ from me in politics or religion.
Silks, Silks, Silks.
There is no reason why you should not
have silk for a waist this summer when
you can get fancy figured silk for waists
or trimming purposes of quality that you
havo paid $1.25 per yard. Wo offer these
at ridiculously low prices. This is not
mere talk. Come and see tor yourself
at the Novelty Store.
At the Senate.
Yea, Sam's tho man to greet you all,
Both old and young, both short and tall
He greets you with a pleasing smile,
Ho bows bis head, and tips his tile,
He asks you then to take a tip
Of something pleasing to the lip.
Now when you want a happy time,
Just call on Sam, and spend a dime,
At the Senate.
Notice to the Traveling Public,
Mrs. Moore, the proprietor of tho Pri
vato Boarding Houso, formerly known as
tho Farmers' Hotel, on Lane Btreet, ono
block east of tho'depot, has acquired tho
reputation of being ono of tho best cater
era in tho city. Meals 15 cents; board
and lodging $3.50
Lumber for Sale or Trade.
If you havo dry cows or heifers
want to trado for lumlter, or if
want to buy a bill of any kind of lir
lumljor, you will do well to address
P. O. box 125, Drain, Oregon.
Two lots in Marsbficld for hogs.
Two and ono half lota in North Hoeo
hurg, for stock ; hnck or buggy in part
payment. Call on I. F. Rice & Co.
NOTES OP INTEREST.
School books at Marflters' drug store.
Good goods at tho lowest prices at Sulz
raan's. For a good 5-cent cigar call on Mra.N.
Wood takon ou subscription at this
Got your school books ut Marsters'
! drug store.
Now neckwear for ladies und gents ut
For first-claBS dentistry go to Dr. Little
Solid silver tea and tablo bpooub at
Pure fresh candies, fruits and nuts at
Prices marked in plain figures at tho
Pure fresh groceries and low priceB at
llamas of all. kinds at low prices at
. W. Woodward's.
Key West, imported .and domestic
igars at tho Roseloaf.
Have you seen the latest in ladies' and
gents' watches at Salzman's.
Low prices are what movo goods at
the Racket Store. Call and seet
Buy your silverware at Salzman's and
get tho best at the lowest prices.
Country produce ol all kinds bought
and sold at Casebeer's grocery etoro.
Ladies, call and see our new lino of
ready made wrapper?, at tho Novelty
Jewelry, watches, diamonds, gold pens
and optical goods at tho lowest prices at
A few cases good substantial boots at
reduced prices to close them out, at H.
Shoes! Shoes 1! Shoes!!! Cheaper
than the cheapest at Richards' Cash
Miss Imagene Houser has a nice line
of ladies' and children's black and tan
hose at Miss L. A. Baird's.
Casebeer tho grocer, corner Jackson
and Washington, keeps the best grocer
ies. Try him and bo convinced.
Largest stock of fancy chairs at Alex
ander & Strong's, ever brought to Rose
burg and at prices lower than ever.
For a good hat, Btylish and cheap, call
on Wollenberg & Abraham, whoe stock
mbraces all grades of head gear.
Jak of Money given away to advertise
our goods and prices. 50 cent purchase
entitles you to a gues3 at Richard's Cash
N. Rice, at his ware rooms on Jackson
opposite Marks' iron front, has choice
household furniture aud tin ware at
prices to suit the timet.
If you don't wan to suffer with corns
and bunions, havo your Itoots and shoes
mado at L. Langcnburg's. Itcpairiu;
neatly and promptly done.
Gents, our line of latest style ImU
cannot bo beat for lualiln or -ttrke. Also
havo nice assortment of tics, suspenders,
hosiery, etc. Novelty Store.
The Square Deal sloie has just opened
up a beautiful line of W. L. Douglas
shoes, which prove to be the best shoes
made. Come and inspect them.
A. C. Hoxie sells flour at 75c and SOc
sack, ami 10 pounds of lard for 75 cents.
People should take advantage of these
prices and give him their patronage.
Ladies, are you in perfect health? If
not, why not try the great home remedy,
Viavi. Mrs. Berry is agent for Douglas
county and will fill all orders promptly,
N. Rice, ono of our enterprising furni
ture dealers has now on sale a fine lot of
furniture of the latest stylo and finish
Give him a call before purchasing else
L. Langenborg is still-on top. He
carries a full stock of choice music, mu
sical instruments, violin, guitars, accord
eons etc., violin strings of best quality
always on hand.
Wanamaker & Brown's fine new lino
of samplts oi men anu boys' eprxng
clothing just received at the Racket Store
Call and sec them. Mens all wool suits
fG.50 and upwards.
A shirt with double yoko and collar
made to fit, will not pinch around the
cheat, with a 30-inch skirt, well sewed
and stayed, the right tiling for little
money. At tho Novelty Store.
Those having second hand stoves
furniture, etc., for sale can receive the
highest cash price by calling upon N
Rice, tho furniture and supply dealer,
221-23 Jackson street Roseburg, Or.
aew goods were never so low as we
offer our rpring ttock. The colorings aro
entirely new and attractive, among the
most noticeable aro peicales, chambras
dimities, etc. Call and see them at the
IIouic cleaning time if you need one of
tho following: Window shades, lace
curtains, curtain scrim, creton, silkaliue
or.'in tinware, decorated tin chamber
sets, buckets; brushes, whisk-brooms
dust-pans, call at the Novelty Store.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
dold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
Most Perfect Made.
40 Years the Standard.
Notice to the Public.
I must und have to do business in or-
er to raiso inouoy to payoff. Thia is no
humbug iia you all know. I will offer
my uiammoth ttock consisting of cloth
ing, menu' furnishing, hats, caps, boots
und shouH, etc., at prices never before
heard of. Hero are a fe of the grand
bargains: Men's suits, regular $7.50
tellers goeu at this sale for $5.50 ; men's
suits, formerly sold for $10, goes for $7;
men's suits sold for $12.50 goes for $9. I
uve a nice line in pants which will go
proportion. In mens' furnishing
goods I can't be beat in assortment or
Shoes ! shoes ! ! shoes ! ! ! now is the
time to talk shoes. All my patrons and
friends aro well awaro that I Bell cheaper
than any placo in town, and carry as
argoa stock as there is needed. All I
uve to say is that I will continue selling
tho same at tho old figure. In hats I
cau suit anybody. Give me a call and
convince yourself about it. No troublo to
show goods. Always glad to see my old
friends as well as new ones.
Very truly yours,
P. S. I havo a few cases of boots left
which I will close out. Boots, usually
sold for $4 goes for $2.50. Boots sold for
$5.50 goes at tho astonishing cheap price
Snbscribo for the Plaixdealer.
Situations uantcd or help xranted adrertitemcntt
inserted in thu column free oi charge. Other ads
ojfire line or lest under thU head tS jeenU per
vumih: each additional line S cents per month. A'o
advertisement tatenfor less than S5 cents.
TTOR SALE Old news Da tiers. 25 cenU ner 10O.
-1- Apply at Flaindcaler office.
P C. DEZENDORF,
Attorney at Law
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Special attention riven to COLLECTIONS and
matters in I'rotiatc.
LOAN'S NEGOTIATED. Money Loaned and
Kooms t and 5 Mantera' Bld'g. ROSEBURG.
Attorney at Law,
Rooms 3 and 4
Taylor A Wilson Block.
Jg L. BRADLEY, Id. D.
Physician & Surgeon.
Officv Hours, (run 12 to 3 r.x.
Taylor Ji WiUou Brick KOriEBURG.
JAS. CALLAHAN, Propr.
WILL BE CONDUCTED STRICTLY FIRST-CISS
The Diuiii'j Hooin will be undti the
lrsonal hujiervision of Mr. Callahan,
who will guarantee all old and nett cus
tomers tho best the market affords.
Come and sec me.
SAM IJAII.v;v, Propr.
Fine Wines, Liqurs and Cigars.
iy llUICIt OX DRAUGHT.
A. C. Hoxie,
Goods delivered free to all :
parts ot the city. Leave :
yoar orders witti me and t
save money. Roseburg, Or. :
.DO YOU REALIZE THAT THE
If you are in a position
To do Business
Let the People Know it.
The little Special Notice and the regular Business Ad
Make the Mighty Merchant and his Patrons Glad,
The Plaindealer is read
Advertise in it. It will Pay.
-Q-ffl-.VHK.N YOU WANT GOOD JOB 1'KINTINU DONE. AND YOU SOMETIMES DO YOU
A. C. flARSTERS & CO.,
OILS HND GLHSS
AND TOILET ARTICLES.
NEW FEED STORE
CAWLFIELD & CAWLF1ELD
Have just opened a Crat-clasj Feed Store and
hare on band a large Invoice of the best
Rouburg and Valley Flour, Baled liar. Grain
and Feed ol all kinds. All purchases delivered
tree Cor. Cass and Rose Street.
KATIE CHURCHILL, Propr.
Board and Lodging per week
Meals, 20 cents.
Beds, 20 cents.
! Cigar Store
J. R. BEARD, Propr.
(Successor to SENATE SALOONV
A POPULAR RESORT.
Choice Cigars and all kinds ol Temperance
Drinks constantly on hand.
Removed from cor. Oak and Jackson to
PARROTT BUILDING, S3 JACKSON STREET.
Mineral, Railroad. Aricultural.
H. G. POTTER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
1106 G St., N. W. Washington, D. C.
For many years in the General ".Land Office.
Examiner of Contests, Mineral vs. Mineral vs
Railroad and Agricultural claims, and Late
Chief of the Minora Division.
Retail Dealer in
MISSION OF THIS ADVERTISEMENT IS TO
OUT OF TOWN
FOR SOMETHINQ FOREIQN !
the eager Public gathering in throngs
Leave their Business Orders where the Trade belongs
BEST JOB PRINTING
AT LOWEST RATES.
ATE Or 03Z00N.
Governor William P. Lord
Secretary ot State- H. R. Kincald
State Treasurer Fhll Metschau
Supt. Pub. Instruction G.M.Irwin
State Printer ... .W. II. Leeds
Attorney General C. M. Idleman
Member Board 0! Equalization-A. C. Woodcock
SF. A. Moore
O. E. Wolvenon
(A. B. Compson
Railroad Commissioners..... J. B. Eddy
(I. A. Macrum
Clerk ol Railroad Commission.. Lydell Baker
SZCOND JUDICIAL DI8TBICT.
judge......... I. C. Fullerton
Prosecuting Attorney Geo. M . Brown
U. I. LAUD OmCX, BOSSBU20.
Receiver ... . .R. 8. Sheridan
Register ..... . R, M. Veatch
V. B. IVKATHXa EOBEAU.
Observer- .... .... .. .Thos. Gioson
Senator Henry Beckley
...J". W. Benson
. C. . Cathcart
.. J. A. Underwood
J. A. Sterling
.J)r. K. L. Miller
Sheep Inspector . Thoa. Smith
Justices John Hamlin
Mayor... 1st Ward...
CITY Or BOSZBCBO.
.A. c. Marsters
j Robert Yates
I H.C. Stanton
" JWm. Perry
(F. H. Churchill
JH. a Slocum
F. M. Zlglei
J. B. Cannon
J. A. Perkins
The Circuit Court for Douglas County meets
three times a year as follows: The 3d Mon
day In March, the 4th Monday In June, and the
1st Monday In December. J. C. Fullerton of
Roseburg judge. Geo. M. Brown, of Boseburg,
County Court meets the 1st Wednesday after
the 1st Monday of January, March, May, July,
September and Kovember, A. F. Stearns, of
Oakland, judge; C. H. Maupln of Elkton
and W. L, Wilson, of Riddle, commissioners.
Probate Court la In session continuously, A.F.
T) P. O. ELKS, ROSEBURG LODGE, NO. EX,
hold their regular communications at the
I. O. O. F. hall on second and .'ourta Thursday
of each month. All members requested to at
tend regularly, and all visiting brothers cor
dially invited to attend.
fStO PAtiE-TUSTIN , E. K.
HERMAN MARKS, Secretary.
LAUREL LODGE, A. F.iA. M., REGULAR
meetings the 2d and 4th Wednesdays In
J. B. CAWLFIELD, W. M.
C. W. Kibk, Sec'y.
TTMPQUA CHAPTER, NO. 1L K. A. M., HOLD
their recular convocations at Masonic hall
on the first and third Tuesday of each month.
Visiting companions are cordially invited.
K. L. MILLER, H. P.
Isadobz Cazo, Secretary.
TjHILETARIAN LODGE. NO. 8. I. O. O. F..
meets Saturday evening of each week at
their hall in Odd Fellow Temnla at Sosehnr?.
Members of he order In good standing are lnvlt-
E. McBROOM, Sec'y.
UNION ENCAMPMENT, NO. 9, MEETS AT
Odd Fellows' hall on second and fourth
Fridays of each month. Visiting brethren
arc Invited to attend.
F. G. MICELLI, C. P.
JOS. MICELLI, Scribe.
TJOSEBURG LODGE, NO. 15, A. O. U. W.
meets the second and fourth Mondays ot
each month at 7:30 p. m. at Odd Fellows halL
Members of the order In good standing are In
vited to attend.
DENOPOST, NO. 29, O. A. B,, MEETS THE
xv first and third Thursdays ot each month.
11 OMEN'S RELIEF CORPS NO.
; in each
' ' firsts and third Thursdays
ALLIANCE Regular Quarter!
will be held at Grange Hall,
Roseburg, the first Frida
yin uecemDer, iiarcn
and June, and the third Friday In September.
"D OSEBURG CHAPTER, NO. S. O. E. 8., MEETS
iv the second and fourth Thursdays of each
ALICE SHERIDAN, W. M.
D OSEBURG DIVISION NO 476, B. OF L. E.,
meets every second and fourth Sunday.
orethren are Invited to attend.
MARY SCHMEISER, N. G.
ICLA BRADLEY. R. Sec.
ALPHA LODGE. NO,. 47, K. OF P., MEETS
every Wednesday evening at Odd Fellows
HalL Visiting Knights In good standing cor
dially Invited to attend.
R. M. CONKLING, C. C.
I. B. RIDDLE, K.B.S.
Baptist Chubch corner of Xane and Ros
streets. Sunday Service: Preaching, 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m.; Young People's Union, 630 p.m.;
Mrs. E. W. Black, President; Sunday School, W
c m.; James Chamberlain, Superintenden
Prayer Meeting, Thursday evening at 730.
Exv. G. W. Black, Pastor.
Residence, No. S2J Main Street.
Methodist chubch comer of Main and Lane
streets. Sunday Service: Preaching, 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m.; Sabbath school, 10 a. m.; F.
W. Woollcy, Superintendent: Class Meeting at
close of the morning service: Epworth League
6:30 p. m. Clare Hume, President. Prayer Meet
ing, Wednesday, at 730 p. m.
Rsv. G. W. Kbsksdt, Pastor.
Parsonage, comer Main and Lane
Pbxsbttxbiax Chcbch corner cf Cass and
Rose streets. Sunday Service: Puplic worship,
a.m. and 730 p. m.; Sabbath School, 10 a. el:
Y. P. S. C. K., 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting, Wednes
day, 730 p. el
R. B. DilwobTH, Pastor.
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