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DECEMBER 17. 1SJH5.
Gen. Wejler denies that the Cuban
General, Macro, was killed ihrough
treachery of Spsnif li farces under a ilag
Cleveland may hive Irarned nothing,
but bis me-Muge tliowa that he lis? for
gotten BDmctliit.. For ea:ule, lie
has forgotten that he once deuounced
the Gortuau laritTas a measure of ' perfidy-
and dishonor." Call.
W. J. Bryan writes a book to further
keep bim before ihe public If he would
write a dime novel full cf blood and
thunder alone willi Lis political experi
ecce in the "wild and wooly Wes. ' ho
might expect to become "known to for
uue and to fame."
All that mc. Cleveland says in his
message that is worth tho time it tales
to read it may be summed up in these
words: We will have Wot. McKinley
for president after March -I'll, and the
Cuban question and all other jaes'.ions
will probably keep until that dtc.
Judge Fuller of the supreme court de
cides the railroad land, in what is known
as the quadrant land cae, in favor of
the government This secures to the
settlers their titles to the land from the
government nnJer the pre-emption and
homestead acts. This tract of 200,000
acres of land lits in Washington county,
By the time some thoasandj of brave
Americans and some hundreds of thou
sands of American money get enlisted in
the Cuban came, perhaps this country
may recognize the loyal hosts fighting
for human liberty as belligerents and
we feel pretty certain Spain will. And
then we are going U have a patriotic
American administration after March
4 th. Statesman.
The senate wilt take a vote today on
the immigration bill. This bill farther
restricts immigration and it is thought
it will pas?. It ought to pass. It
ought also to be more restrictive than it
is. It is a more in the right direction,
however and better things may be an
ticipated in the future. The republican
parly moves forward in reform more re
liably than any other.
At the recent Anthropological con
gress in Geneva a professor of crimin
eiojy quoted statistics showing that the
greater proportionate number cf crimin
als it fcund among those ho toil with
their brains instead cf with their hands,
but he attributes this to the fact that
brain-workers are more trusted and have
more opportunities for crime, thus in
dorsing the old saying, '"the occasion
makes the rogue."
The populist Kansas senator, I'efler, is
apparently to be treated to a taste of the
gratitude of his kind. The rtopulists are
in full swing there, and from all ap
pearances have decided to retire I'efTer,
and give hi senatorial seat to another
aspirant. They who bear the heat and
burden of the djy" trn lelt when other
ambitions stand in their way. But I'ef
fer ahoulJ not complain for he seemingly
took every advantage of hia position to
better bis own fortunes, in the way of
the crumba of emoluments falling within
the reach of senatorial hands. Albany
Congress is tery much exercised over
the reported murder of the Cuban patriot,
Gen. Antonio Macco. Strong resolu
tions condemning the Spanish under
Gen. Weyler for Maceo's murder, have
been introduced by Senator Call of
Florida. The resolution reads in fart as
".Resolved, That the government
which authorizes, permits or fails
to punish all parties connected in any
way with tho guilt of this crime, with
Ihe extreme penalty of the law, is an
outcast from the family of nations and
from the pale of civilization and public
This has the ring of trua steel.
There eeems to be a disposition, in
some quarters to bring about, if possible,
the defeat of Senator Mitchell for re
election, by raising a question on his
monetary tiews. The persistent quib
bles upon this point, which ara being so
industriously plied, are without excuse
and will not effect the matter with men
who weigh tho question rightly. Tho
stand taken by Senator Mitchell, during
tho campaign, and thu excellent work
Accomplished by him, answer fully and
completely all tho interrogatories that
are being fired at him now. Those inter
rogatories bear tho impress of their in
ception, bi ni ply a desiro to defeat Sena
tor Mitchell and ohtaiu his scut for some
one else. Apparently the people of the
state of Oregon do not think that way
just now, and do not take kindly to the
efforts being made against Senator
Mitchell. Albany Herald.
D. B. Redfield of Bsskydel! was at
Jco Bowers wilh hid ciew of bridge
men were working near this place this
week. Mr. Bovvers atid his utidge gang
uroalivnys sure of a welcome at Glen
J, L. Dewey has teeured tho contract
for ditching and gradiug from the head
of McCulIoih creek to tho Victory Pla
cer mine. C. T. Nail is foreman uf tt.e
workmen who have their camp at the
Leu McCuiloch honeo and is Icing man
aged by Mrs. W. L Smith..
Tho great ditch which whs tinished at
the Lewis iiiino last Sunday hu re
quired weeks of patient labor in its con
struction, and has given employment to
seveutv men. Ttie extensive work be
ing done at this famous mine is t OMiivo
evidence of its richness. Mr. Lewis now
his a large for a of carpeuteis at work
who are building several good houses at
the mine, which is cm Grac creek, two
miles below Liland.
F. A. Docilioni of tho Teu Lessee
Gulch mines was home vUiting his fam
ily this week.
John W. Redlield, 'an old pioneer of
Oregon, will arrive at GlemUle this
week, where he wid remain indehVitc'.y
as the guest of J. V. Wo xl.
Miss Ruth Roberts went !o Portland
on the loth on an extended visit to rel
atives. She will bo the giiest ot Mr,
and Mrs. II. C. Smith.
.nr. ami .Mrs. . k. barton gave a
house warming last Saturday at their
home on Co creek that was much en
joyed by their numerous friends.
The Wolf Creek ioigo of the K. O. T.
M., will give a grand lall on Chns-'mas
night at their lodge room. Tho supper
is So lo prepared by Mrs Henry Gross,
which is a guarantee of its excellence in
advance. A grand time is anticipated
Little Mabel Hagen, who was so
badly burned is ery nearly well and
will iH't be badly tcmed from the acci
Lately we visited the ccoper shop and
I barrel factory of L. Jones, which ad
' joins his residence, where we saw bar
( rels and kess of all sizes and made in
' the highest style of the art. We also
saw the large tank built for the Levens
brothers, which is a fine peice of work
Mr. Jones has started an iodustry
which is already a success.
Otis Gorsline of the Gorsliae mill was
m town today and rejorts wore gnrg
on nicely at tha mill. Mouic.
The shipment of targeon, teems
larger this year than it ever has been in
Senator Reed went to Sau Francisco
A. Andrews conducts the horse back
mail during the abssuce of E. Paiterscn
L. Rapp of Elkton wa in town re
We are informed that T. V. Patterson
will close his school labors on I-ong
Prairie in about two weeks.
ine lerryrxut irom .je poor larm in
Garden Boltom which went journeying
in a recent fref Let, has been caught at
the farm of J. Sawyers a few miles be-
i low Elkton.
uut most tiearttelt sympathy is ex
tended to the family of J. Heddeu and
wife who lost one of their little flock by
death on the evening of the l'2di. Little
Huldah had been sick about two weeks.
and was taken to Gardiner several days
ago, but teemed to be s 3 mti-.h improved
as to be able to return home, but was
subsequently taken worse, and nothing
availed for her relief. She was never a
strong child and whs afllictcd with seme
sort cf stomach difficulty. Dr El cod
of Gardiner did every thing in his power
to benefit the little sufferer. She was
laid to rest on the afternoon of the I4ih
and looked like a waxen figure is she
lay nestled in her snowy burial robes.
The tun came forth from the clouJs and
shone for a few moments brightly on Ihe
littlo gathering of (icople assisting in the
simple ritca around the little grave. M.
D. Thompson read a short service and
Mr. Anderson spoke a few final words.
"Meet me There," and "Sweetly Rest
ing" was sung and the little girl was hid
den from sight in tis world. She would
have been five years old had the lived
until next March. 'Ihe beautiful words,
"Suffer little children to ccmc unto me
and forbid them net, lor of such is the
kingdom of heat en," could never be
more filly used than upon this occasion.
It is believed that if General Anton o
Mateo is dead, General Ruiz Rivera will
take .Maceo's place at tho head of the
Cuban patriots; and that ho will mani
fest as great generalship for the forces as
that of Maceo, and that tho war will not
bo abated one jot bit' will be prosecuted
with renewed vior.
Tho manner of Maceo'u taking off by
the Spaniards under a llag of truce, as it
is claimed, is arousing tho Cubans to
desperation and making for them many
friends. If it shall prove to be tho case
that Macco has been fcully murdered,
thelUniled States ought, without delay,
declare Cuba'n independence and make
tho Spanish "get up and git" from oil
her possession iu those waters. Such
. barbarism has not been known eiuee
Cortez conquered Mexico after torturing
j .Montezuma tho king of the Aztecs in A.
' I). 15111.
Followiug is thu report of tho Roso-
burg public schools for tho month end-
ng December 11, 1890:
No. of days school was in so'sion ... It)
No. of days attendance G'JSo
No. of days ubsenco G97
No. of times tardy 109
No. enrolled boys S12, girls 2PJ. . . . 121
verago mini bo r belonging 101
Average daily attendance ;!08
Tho following hIiows standing of pupils
for tho month ending December 11,
Eighth grade. A class Rank one;
Nell Wilson, average OS Others above
9J, in ordtr of rank: Luella Kennedy,
Irving Gibson, Arum Perkius, Lena
Hodsou, Lee Thornton, Maudo lUst,
Nettie Livingston, Eliza llarwv, Editl
Wilson, (iyneth Lee, Hubert Wright,
Dile Strange, (i-jorge Jones Fred
Field, Ciice Wild, tiillis Woodward.
B. class Rank one; Julian Joseph-
son, average '.h. Others above !)J:
Eva Howard, Reino R)ackm.in. Djlla
Cole. Daisy Perkins, George Richards,
Lilv White, Flora Wolcott, Vernon
Pattei'-xrii, George Wilcox, Bessie Whar
ton, Silvia Stearns, Alia Srniili, Flossie
Simmbrouk. Maudo Stephen, Thuuias
McCarthy, Earle Benedick.
Seventh grade. A class Rank one;
Minnie Luulsev, aveiaga 07. Others
above !J: Vannie Hedgpeth, L'ltie Si
cry, Grace Shup. Annie Bogue, Char
ley Pitehfurd. E'he! Parrot, Berth Mer
rill, Scott Lander, Grace Gender.
B elas Rank one; Ara Burtis, aer
age !t5. Oibers above ij : Clyde Faulk
ner, Edna llixisjn, Bernice S.ige, Bessie
Wilson, Fred Adat:i, (Might Berry.
Charles Stratford, A'her Agee, Harrv
Stearns, Walter Mrian, Ellena Reed,
H-itlii! Linser. Frank McKenzirt.
Stxtu grad-. A idais Rank one
HoA.tr. I He. avora.M 1)3. ' Others
above tH; "-u Cat-ev, Ethel Evans,
L'llu CioyJ, N:ue Sage, Rubie (iordon,
Addie Sacry, Ida Montjgut), Henry
Ritzuun, Ohulov Harmon, Gertrude
B class Rank one; Bessie Kidder
average 9v "1iom .t'jove 'JO: Jcsjie
Wilson. Hz-l Je.setl, Hardy Howard
Aliie Malm. Na uiie Pag-, Nannie Page
Miutue Ei-ton. Arthur Tntlr, Emily
Kreidt, Viwati Jewti, D-lle Mnith
Ruth Kelly, Frank Livingstone, Birdie
Slocum, Fred Broan, Fred Wollen erg
Fifth grade. A class Rank one
Hanuah Wolienberg, average IM. Orh
eas above f0. Maud Grootns, Fran
Gjrdon, Ida Pae, Jennie Loudon, Vol
ney Dixon, Leina Lennox, Eule Lmd
B c!a?s Rank one; Charley Hefs
average y5. Others above V'J: Esther
Tufft. Gertie Moore, Dale Harmon, Wal
ter Josephsoo, Agnes Grooois, Eddie
Morris, Laura Mullen, Pearl Sanders
Ha'.tte Johnon, Victor Short.
raiV KY 1EiMKT'ME.T.
fourth iiraue. A clasi. :anK one
Frank Page-Tustin. average tJ. 0:heis
above W: Willetha Reed. Jessie Flook
Alberta Bogsess, Rtlph Kearnev, Mary
McGh -hey. John Tufft, Herman Steph
ens, Hattie To'.les, B?nnie Lihr. Roland
Bur:i-, I. jyal -ephens, Ebie IVnedick
Ethel Shupe, Jte Vcse, Eirle Fic
Emma Sshlbrede, Guy Lie, Millie Heft
ner, Jako Noah, Rilpa Petriquin, CJuy
BrunJidge, Mar Hannan, Jarces Kester.
B Clas-. rank cne; Oscar .-tratferd
avetage 'SJ. Oihe.-s above 'K): Fred
Agee, Karl Sticns Ambler Allison, Vera
Havnes, Veil Barker, Edith Cardwell,
Wilbur Faulkner, Henry Eastoa
Pauline Thompson, Lena McCurdy, Etta
Case, Ada Murphy, Bsssie Shaeffer,
Willie Moriau, Clarence Hess.
Third tirade. A class Rank one
Lmma Bntt, average '' ihers
above 'JO: Frank Chapman, lieorge
Worthington, Ixney Fnthank, Deles
Mathews, Ellen Flook, May Kelby,
Ettie Lsird, Le Noir RigsdaL', Clara
B. class rank one; Dollie Jackson,
average W. Oihers above fiO: A vice
Sheridan, Ethel Sheridan, Beryl Steph
ens, Maggie MoCIalion, Agnei S.-ott,
John Lusk, Jamss Eastoo, Mary French
Grace Hewett, ILutio D.-ollinger, Albert
econa iiraJe. A ciass rank oue;
-Mary McCarthy, average 'Jo. Others
above 00: Morton Hadley. Edith Pat
terson, Maud Clements, .Minnie Mc
Cuiloch, Viviiu Jackson, David Gritli',
Eiith Brown, Walter Wylio, Birdie
B class rank one; Waller Fisher,
averjgs'Jj. 0:hers above 00. Richard
Gilvm, Jlerta P.ales, Ellio Ncedhara,
John Rist, Ruth Gibson, Frank Wilson,
First Grade. A class rank one, Ella
Needham. Others above 90: Vera
Pnipp?, Anuie Bryan, Lucy Doerner,
Forre.'-t B.irtrmn, Charley Matthews.
B class. Aboye 0J, Virgil Shupe.
F, B Hamlin,
I l.e reduced riile range iu aimory of
Co. A. has bten completed aud is now
ready for use. In tho preliminaiy prac
tice '. December ord and 10th, atout
20 nbers tcok part. A few of tho
be. t icores were as follow e out of n pes-sibL-
E. T. Hamlin i;t
W. M. Hodson 13
F. B. Hutnlin H
E. E. RichanU p
Jas. Newland 7
Harry Slocum S
W. O. MarkB 11
Dec. 10:h out of a possible 1.1:
W. II. Brown
Win. Carroll s
F. S. (iodfrey 8
E. T. Hamlin U
Jas. Newland .9
F. B. Hamlin. 12
W. O. Marks 10
The lights hae not been good which
perhaps accounts for the largo number
of poor scores.
DRAIN NORA1AL NOTES.
Grant Hefty, n former teacher of this
school, va3 visiting school a few days
The Christian Association hiBt Friday
ovening was goctl, being led by Mrs.
The musical recital laet Saturday
night given by tho music students was
good, each pupil is improving fast under
tho management of Miss Warner.
The Docindia Literary will render tho
following program: Song by society;
select reading, Adam Castor; recitation,
Muttio Blain; violin solo, Frank Con
way ; recitation, Frank Conway; music,
Herbert Conway and Elmer Parker;
rocitatiou, James Taylor; essay, Carl
Reynolds; recitation, Kitty Yoniuun.
Tho Excelsior Society rendeied the
following program xX Friday: JJc-
inarks. L. Applcgatc; t-alk, R P. Goin;
song, Daisy Uadger; recitation, rrcl
Barzee; reading, Prof. Blanchard; leci-
tation, Win Beebe. Sti'de.nt.
The undersigned has two Berkshire
boar pigs lor n.d&. Sire and dam regis
tered. Apple to Tiio.s. Gctiikik,
The current number of Up to Date has
on its tirst psgo a cartoon that is very ap
ropos just now. Butcher Weler has his
bloody . .word raised over Cuba whilo
pain has a stuffed dummy, terrible to
look ipj:i,on the end of n long pole, ex
editing a war dance before G rover
Cleveiaiid, who is frrgliteued out if his
wits, while Uncle Sam Mauds by pitting
Grover on the bick telling him to keep
his eoursg.j up, and that in spite cf the
duuimj's threats and bluster there is
not much uf anything behind it.
H Ktston'a is headquarters for Christ
mas candies and nuts.
R. W. Bjnjauuti, dentist, roou- 1
Boston Baked Deans at the Home
Bakery. Try them.
Solid silver novelties at Salzman's.
Beautiful designs iu gents silk hand
kerchiefs at the Noelty Store.
What's the matter with Hanca'.' Yes,
and what is the matter with Allison's
T, T, T's. Try them.
All kintN of artficiali teeth made ret
senably at Dr. Fred Haynes' orlice.
For pickles, olives, chow cho', sauces,
etc., call it Allison's.
Christmas is oming and Allison has
just received a new line of candies, nuts,
oranges and lemons.
New goods at Caro Brew. Boss Store.
I etlmire opposition,
Would defy competition,
And under no condition
Will I budge from my position.
Call at Allison's for your groceries.
County claims and warrants bought by
D. S. West.
Batter a speciality at Allison's. None
but tirst-clais handled.
Complete line of toys at Salzman's.
Mr. Burt, the railroad agent at Wil
bur, is in the city today.
To ail whom it n'ay concern notice is
hereby given that the copartnership of
Thompson A Hallett has been this day
dissolved by mutual agreement, and that
I, the undersigned, will continue the
business and will no' be responsible for
any contracts made by F. W. Hallett.
Roseburg, Dec, H,1S90.
Tht I Year Opportunity.
On receipt of ten cents, cash or stamps,
n generous sample w ill be mailed of the
most popular Catarrh and Hay Fevr Cure
(Dj'i Cream Balm) sufficient to demon
strate the great ruirits of the rcmedv.
CO Warren St.. New York Cily.
Rev. John Reid, Jr.. of Orrat Falls,Moat..
recommended Ely's Cream Balm to rj. I
can emphasize Uis start nient, "It is a posi
tive euro for catarrh if u--ed ns directed."
Rev. Francis W. Poole, Pastor Centralizes.
Church, Helena, Mont.
Ely's Cream Balm is tho acknowledged
euro for catarrh and contains no mercury
nor any injurious drug. Trice, 50 cents.
In 1S92 Mr. A. I- (ioidwater, who
ownes three retail drug t tores in New
York City, having learned of the great
value of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
for colds, croup and whooping cough,
ordered a supply for hij customers. I
met with co much favor that he soon
found it necessary to order more, and
during the winter sold over two gross of
the remedy. He sajs it gives the best
satisfaction of any cough cure he has
ever handled. For sale at 2,1 and 50
cents per bottle by A. C. MarBters.
"Merit talks" the
intrinsic value of
Merit in medicine means tho power to
cure. Hood's Sarsaparilla possesses actual
and unequalled curative power and there
fore it has true merit. When you buy
Hood's Sarsaparilla,and take it according
to directions, to- purify your blood, or
cure any of the many blood diseases, you
arc morally certain to receive benefit.
Tho power to cure ij there. You aro not
trying an experiment. It will make your
blood pure, rich and nourishing, and thus
drive out tho germs of disease, strengthen
the nerves and build up tho wholesystem.
Is the best. In fact thoOnc True lllor tl I'lintler
Prepared only by C. I. Rood & Co.. Lowell. Ma3
Flood s Fills rr- At'..ntin 3-v?
In order to close out our stock of now
and second hand pianos, wo will offer
them at cost. It is our intention to close
out our business as quickly as possible,
and iu oider.to do this we will be com
pelled to sell at a very low figuro aud on
such small installments that it will not
pay you to rent. Therefore w e will call in
all our rented pianos and organs and give
you the benefit that we havo received as
rent. We havo in all sixteen pianos
which we will sell from $100 to $lt,0; $5
and $10 per month installments. Rea
sonable discount for cash.
Great reduction in violins, guitars and
all musical goods. Sheet music 50 per
cent discount. Send for catalogue. All
orders promptly filled.
T. K. RiciiAisuno.v,
A limited number of pure bred B. P.
Rock, S. S. Hamburg, S. C. B. Loghorn,
Blk. Lingehan, Wyandott and Cornish
Indian Game. Won several prizes at
tho Southern Oregon District Fair and
Oregon State Fair. I havo some mag
nificent birds, an ornament to any yard ;
also have two Brown Leghorn cockerels
from registered stock. Prices reason
able; must dispose of these within 20
days, in order to make room for spring
breeding. Address E. A. Kruse, Rose
Business Confidence Restored.
Now is a good time to invest in agri
cultural lauds while at bedrock prices.
Have u large lit cf choice ptoperly to
Money to loan, five years time on welt
improved agricultural lands.
D. S. K Buck, Rusclmrg, Or.
The Central House.
W. H. Gordon is now the proprietor of
this popular house. Tho table will be
supplied with the hest in the market
good beds and courteous treatment
Meals 15 cont, and beds tho same rate
DON'T DO A THING
THE BEST GOODS
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
Those who come early will reap the best,
and that with little money. Nothing now to
hinder you from having a
as you cau get the present you want at the price
you want, from the Finest Stock of Holiday
Goods in the City, consisting of
TOYS, PLUSH GOODS, ETC.
At A. SALZMAN'S.
Alexmder a Stroag's
IS THE PJLACJB
LNTIKE LINE OK
At Cost for 30 days.
ALSO. A LARGE LINE OF
Fancy Chairs and Rockers
Just Received, and at Prices never before
quoted iu Roseburg.
WALL PAPFR From 10 cents per
..K...kk. J. JJJjLJUL roll up Entire line
Reduced until January 1st, 1897.
Come, and bring your pocket books.
ALEXANDER 5 STRONG.
Foreign and Domestic
1 emptor no ascuts or middle nun, but give r.iy patron tho Kntut of tho
2j to 55 per cont. UMiatly paid to solicitors-
All J- Orders j- for j- Cemetery j. Work i. Promptly i- Filled.
Office anil Works, l'2o Main Street, XtOSJUU L'ltG, OKEGO?
I havo sold my stock of merchandise,
fixtures and store on Jackson street to
my wife. Williamina Easton, who will
continue tho business and pay all debts
and collect all claims of said business.
Dated Dec. 3rd, 1890.
Cures Ninety-eight per cent, of all
cases of Consumption, In all Its
Although by many believed to be Incura
ble, there is the evidence of hundreds of
livinsr witnesses to the fact that, in all its
earlier stages, consumption la a curable
disease. Not every case, but a large Per
centage of cases, and we believe, jMv 98
percent, are cured by Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery, even after the disease
has progressed so far as to induce repeated
bleedings from the lungs, severe llngerinsr
cough with copious expectoration (includ
ing tubercular matter), great loss of flesn
and extreme emaciation and weaknesi.
Do you doubt that hundreds of such cases
reported tons as cured by "Golden Med
ical Discovery " were genuine cases of that
dread and fatal disease ? You need not take
our word for it They have, in nearly every
instance, been so pronounced by thebest
and most experienced home physicians,
who have no interest whatever in mls-t-pTirMpnttnir
them, and who were often
strongly prejudiced and advised against
a trial of "Golden Medical Discovery,"
but who have been forced to confess that
it surpasses. In curative power over tnia
fatal mrtl.-uixr. all other medicines with
which they are acquainted. Nasty cod
liver oil and its filthy "emulsions" and
mixtures, had been tried in nearly all these
rases and had either utterly failed to bene
fit, or had only seemed to benefit a little for
a short time. Extract of malt, whiskey,
and various preparations of the hypopbos-
phites had also been faithfully tried in vain.
The photographs of a large number of
those cured of consumption, bronchitis.
lingering coughs, asthma, chronic nasal
catarrh and kindred maladies, have been
skillfully reoroduced in a book of 160
pages which will be mailed to you, on re
ceipt of address and six cents in stamps.
Address for Book, World's Dispensary
Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
HAVK SEE.V OUK
Marble and Granite.
To the Public.
On and after this date. I wish it under
stood that my terms for all undertaker's
goods are cash with tho order. 1 find it
impossible to do businesH on a credit
basis, and Mive that I can do better by
my patroiir, and myaelf by selling strictly
for casii. P. Bkneimck . Undertaker.
Roseburg, Ore., April 12, 1805.
"Lfverine," manufactured by the An
chor 8 Chemical Co., the great Liyer,
Kidney and Constipation cure. An in-
falHble remedy for all curable torms of
diseases of those organs. Tho greatest
knows remedy for Indigestion. Try it.
For sale at M. F. Rapp'a drag store,
XI it ctiurclreH.
BiiTisT ciiLur a corner ol Lane and Eos
trecta. HiiSdnjr eervfee: I'rcachlnj, 11 a. m.
ad 7:30 p. nr.; Young I'eople'a Union, 650 p.m.;
Mri. K. W. Black. President: Sunday cdiool, 19
c. m.; Jame CLamberlain, Superintenden
Prater Meetlnc. Tnuiwla j evening ai . su.
Mzthodist Cucech corner ol Main and Line
treeta. Sunday service: Preaching, 11 a. m
and 7:30 p. in.; Sabbath school, 10 a. m.; F.
W. Woolley, Sujtrfntcndent; ClaM Meeting at
close of the morning terries; Epwerth League
SUM p. in. Hattie Godfrey, President. Preyer
Meeting, Wednenley, at 730 p.m.
Feisk L. Mooee, Pastor.
Panostge. comer Main and Lane.
PbZcETTEsiax Ckcech corner of Cats and
Roue itreeta. Sunday Service: Pnplic worship,
a-ra. and 73) p. m.; Sabbath School, 10 a. m.;
V. P. 3. C. E., 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting, Wednei
day, 750 p. m.
R. 3. DliTOBTH, Pattor.
BP. O. ELKj, ROEBUEO LODGE. NO. 226,
hold their rtguiar communications at the
I. O. O. Y. hall on H-cjad and fourth Thursday
of each month. Ail members requested to at
tend regularly, end all visiting brothers cor
dially invited to attend.
FRED PAGE-TUaTIS, E. R
HERMAN MAEK, Secretary.
T-vOUGLAS COUNCIL, '0. 21 JR. O. U. A. M
J-' meets every Wednesday evening at 8
o'clock In the Old Masonic UalL Viiiting
brothers are cordially invited to attend.
C. B. CLysoJf,
Geo. Vf. Peeey-, Councilor.
T AUREL LODGE, A. F. & A. M., REGULAR
w meetings the 2d and l--h Wednesdays la
J. B. CJlVUIZID, W. M.
C. W. KlEZ, Sec'y.
TT1IPQUA CHAPTER, SO. U. E. A. M., HOLD
J their regular convocations at Masonic hall
on the first and third Tuesday of each month
Visiting companions are cordially invited.
K. L. MILLER, H.P.
IiiDOM CA20, Secretary.
DHILETAEIAX LODGE. NO. 8, I. O. O. F,
meets Saturday evening of each week at
their hall In Odd Fellow Temple at Eosebtug.
Members ol he order In good standing are invit
ed to attend. E. MC BROOM N. G.
F. G. MicelU .Setfy.
UNION ENCAMPMENT, NO. 3, MEETS AT
Odd Fellows hall on second and fourth
Fridays of each month. Visiting brethren
arc invited to attend.
F.G. MICELLI, CP.
JOS. MICELLI, Scribe.
D OSEBURG LODGE, NO. IS, A. O. U. W.
-Lv meets the second and fourth Mondays ol
esch month at 7:30 p. m. at Odd Fellows htfl.
Memoes of the order in good standing are in
vited to attend.
RENO POST, NO. 19, G. A. K MEETS THE
first and third Thursdays ol each month.
VWOMEN'S RELIEF CORPS NO. 10, MEETS
' firsts and third Thursdays in each
pARME ALLIANCE Regular Quarterlj
Meeting's wnl be held at. 'Grange Hall.
Roseburg, the firss Friday ia Dember, March
and Jane, and the thisd Friday September.
O OSEBURG CHAPTER. NO. S.O.E. S..M2ETS
-aSf !ctc ,onnl1 Thursdays of each
ALICE SHERIDAN, W. M.
D OSEBURG DIVISION NO 476. B. OF L.E
" meets every second tnd fourth Sunday.
Brethren are invited to atwnd.
MARTHA PARRY. N. G.
EL A HENDRICKS, S. Sec
A LP HA LODGE. NO. 17, K. OF P.. MEETS
ir.,eT,,We,i:lesi4y evening a: Odd Fellows
Hai iriun? Saints ia good standing oor
ilally Invjtcd to attend.
K. M. CONKLTNG. a C
I. B. RIDDLE, K.R.S.
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gOOXS AND SHOES. Don t over-
looiiar Boots and ?hoes. Ju: rece;rrf
are below iompctitioa. .-ws
and ri'tetur JVif - "oara
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FriJnnt and JIatiactr.