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NOU HEADS, LETTER
KfcAD., BILL Mr AD5
No better Held ttaaa Southern Ore
Ca; better mediant throagh which
Executed on short notice at price
consistent with foad work.
A Lyric of the Umpqua.
Let others iog ol city life,
Where unrelenting care end 6' rife
Man's- destiny fulfill.
Where Mauoa hoards bis golden store, .
And eeifisb greed eUit gathers more,
Where prince!?' tibraes with tor ud
Look down with oeetui-if. cull didatn.
Where wreicbsd hovels lie,
-Aod ostentation ott dUplayB,
The wealth amapeud id dobious way it,
T Famine' hougry ce.
Be oaine to aiii tbe simple charru
That center in toe Umpqaa farms,
Where rural J3TS belong. .
The lark's gU l matin soaring higb,
Toe balmy air aod cloudless t ky,
Be subjects of my song.
A laad of fragrance, fruit and flowers,
A pleasant borne and happy hours
"Where mirth and socul joys
Eatirea labor's toilsome ways,
- And shed their home inspirit; rays.
Around oar girls and boys.
Removed afar from ragtag storms.
Or tempters is thnir 6itent forms.
The seasons txme and go,
With Nature in her mildest moods,
We have aa children oi the woods,
A paradise Bfelt
Let Eastern friends with joy relate
r" glorious lime mith sleigh and ekate
- 'And Jong for winter's birth,
I judge them not their giddy roaod,
Their Jroaen lakes and buried ground,
Give me old Mother Earth.
Oar skies may peur their treasures down
Till nameless creeks to rivers grown.
Sing laud in liquid glee.
And TJmrooa, foil from shore to shore,
Goes surging with triumphant roar
,' To join the Western Sea.
Btt winter's storms are 'imply nil.
For spring bedecked on every bill,
Ascends the Emerald throne.
The different eeaaons blended here
Combine to give the rounded year,
A beauty all i's on.
Our sister etate moat boast forsooth,
Of jtll.ebe baa except the truth.
Who hides her bumble head
Beneath the all important press.
Till boraing droughts and dire distress
Cry out for daily bread.
The W b!not nation never burns
Aod starves its eoos by fits and tarn,
. Bat certain every year.
The golden fields proclaim to all.
And laden orchards loudly call,
.There's always plenty here!"
Ecgexb. Ore., D. 6, 1899.
,sr.m PLAObtALKB : ' Perhaps most
c.";onr readers who may bavs read the
"I lsaeer Histor," in the Plaixdkalle
c! ie 4ih, may have concluded the writ
er, is rather alow id passing over the
ground be faintly endeavors to describe ;
but please bear in mind that that was a
alow as compared with the preeenL
Ox-teams were ia use then, both on tbe
roads and ia the fields. "Uncle Sam"
was a' young man then, but now be is
Bearing man's allotted time, "three-score
Proceeding east, up Camas Swale, the
next home was that of John Sotherlio,
Br , Lhe wealthiest man in that part of
It is said that he presented each of bis
daughters, on their wedding day, with
cue thousand dollars, and his sons each
sac axed a donation claim of land. Many
a time bas the writer saw tbe old gentle
a Ug his "old grey mare" with
tifeej-VI. for a saddle.
James Ogle, who afterwards sold bis
fana to John Litterel, for many years
your county surveyor, W. H. Deardorff,
There are many
brands of baking
"Royal Baking Powder"
is recognized at once as the
brand of great name, the powder
of highest favor and reputation.
Everyone has absolute confi
dence in the food where Royal
Pure and healthful food is a
matter of vital importance to
Royal Baking Powder
-- assures the
most wholesome food.
There are many imitation baking
powders, rriadr- from itlum, mostly
- sold clxiap. -Avoid tht-in. as they
make the loud unwholesome.
ftOYAL EAKINO POWDER CO., NCW YORK,
whose services as a violinist were al
ways in demand at he country dances,
and G. W. Crusan, who was a ja-tics of
peace, all lived further up the Swale.
Jones saw mill WM situated at the
mouth of a canyon, through which the
water of tbe CaUpooia rushed with a
James Odell made tbe first fanoing
mills in use lo that section ofthecjun
try. Sutherlio'e saw mill, which furnished
one hundred of tbe poles for tbe first
t-s'egraiiii line t.oilt in the Umpqua Val
ley, was located still further up. A
Mr. Uolorook h.d the mill leased, and
sawed the poles on an order for Lord 4
Peters, merchant, at Oakland.
Just a mile further, where the Noupa
reil quicksilver mines have since been
discovered, was the home for a n urn Hero!
years for the near mated couple spoken
of in my former latter.
Just over a range of bills totbenoith
is located Driver valley. Samuel Driver
who finally became blind, with his fam
ily mads their home at the upper end,
while his brother, I. D. Driver, and Jam
ily lived near the lower end. The latter
was not noted as a mioibter of the gospel
to any great extent at that time, but has
been a promiuent minister of the Meth
odist church for a number of tears, and
is tbe owner of a large farm and breeder
or pure Jersey cattle, at this place.
"taies it back."
In my "Indian War Beminiscenses,"
as copied in the Plaixd-aler from the
Daily Eugene Guard, some weeks ago,
the writer said he was not aware that at
that early period of our history, that
there wa tLraening machine from
the Mie:ieippi liver to the Pacific
coast," and while writing of the good
people of Djuglas county, I aai going to
call on my eld time friend, Mr. and
Mrs, E. Uockeram, whore cosy home is
in itiu same Driver t alley, for it was
Mrs. C. wno recently in your columns
corrected the statement ea to tbe tlir.sh
icg mactiiLe quest ion.
M's. Cockeram tee Mica Ann tlarvej.
c - mni ut uo uau , ana i am tore
that she and her good husband "EaJph"
wiil recollect right well, how in tbe sum
mer of '55, we were all engaged in
thrashing grain by "tramping" it out
with horses and oxen, for Uncle JoLn
and George Hall. To separate the chaff
from tbe grain it was necessary to stand
on an elevation, and let tbe grain fall
when tbe wind would generally do the
I am sure that Mrs. C. has the ability,
and trust she has tbe inclination to
"write op" for the Plaixdealeb an ac
count of the times the emigrants experi
enced, in crossing the Cascades ij the
memorable year, to many of us, 1S53.
TV Si T I I n . .
nacneior vreek" (a very proper
name) lived It. H. Tapp, Winelow P.
lowers, Charles Johnson and Keeler
Mr. Tapp married a daughter of John
Sutherliu, and became noted aa a tamer
of wild horses; Mr. Johnson was killed
by tbe Indians, at the breaking out of the
Indian war of '52-56, tear tbe crossing ol
the Cow Creek. Mr. Powers married a
Miss Towers and removed to Wallowa
county; Mr. Farrington married Miss
Uanna, daughter of William Harm a 8r.,
and at the age of 71 years, lives at Fair
mount. F. A. Cozard Sr., and at one time a
representatiivs of Umpqua coooty, built
bis borne near the foot oi "Ben Moore,"
a mountain ot considerable eise, aod tbe
old man would sometimes remark that
"he did net have sufficient leyel ground
on which to make a thrashing floor."
A little further north was the home of
John E. Lemmon, who was a justice of
peace for some years, tbe goal of his am
bit ion to represent tbe people of our ter-
ritory iu our legislature, was not
Hon. G. B. Van Riper, a son-in-law of
Mi?Coxad, lived in the same vicinity.
If any of lLo Plaii.vdkaleh readers
have followed these rambling remark's
thus far, and are flattering themselves
that the writer is at the "eud of bis
String," I will assnra them that fcuch i
not the case, and th best you cau do
will be to mount your wheel, or take the
trait for home o.iJ better company
Bicycles are of very recent invention,
and the nearest raiiroad at that tituo w i
more than 200C ruilei away.
It is not necessary to tell the old ci i
sens of the "hilly valley of the Uup
qua," as one wriur ouca termed it, was
composed ot two counties, tbe north eud
from the summit of tbe Calapooia mouu-
tian to tbe Calapooia creek, Wing
Umpqua county, the southern part
Id 1854, and bow much oefore that
time tbe writer knows not, a postoflice
called Oakland was located tt D. C
Underwood's, about three miles north of
the present thririog city to that name,
Mr. Underwood being postmaster.
The writer can't recollect that tbe
ccoo'y seat of Umpqua connty was per
manently established At any ens place.
A com t house was built and occupied
for a season at the then', "town" of Oak
land; then again the term of circuit
court, with Hon. M. P. Deady as jad.s,
would be held at the home of Mr. L-vics
Au effort was.anally made to have the
north Umpqua river the south line for
Umpqua county, and making "old Oak
laod.'as it is now eal'ed bat re l'y the
new town as it then wa, the county
seat, bat of course the citizens of Dong-
las county, aud perhaps of Roebar in
psiticalar objected to ilii.; f-o ilU iaS
nally agreed that ;be twocountks sboulJ
be consolidated to tu divided at ayuo
11.6 principal attorneta at ttu! ttn.e
were Stephen Chadwick, afterwards nv
retary of eute and actiug governor,
Riley E. S!ra:ton, later jade of cur
jadicial district, and P. P. Pi i n and
The old familur camps cf ao.ue'
Rich, as sheriff, and L. L, WiKuu,?, a3
county clerk, recurs to lhe writer, which
offices they filled for tuxny ejr.
The.mme of Georgs II. Williams, "the
noblest Roman of thrai all," comes up
but I am at a Icsi if be was a juJe cr
an attorcey, but believe he was tbe
(Concluded io oar n-x'. 1
HOW HE OOT A RIDE.
A Tramp's.Unlqae and Original Way
of Beatlnz" a Railway
AtrsveluiK man ea;a tLat while, he
was buying a ticket for Cbicagj at a
station not far from tbe city he observed
the tramp in question standing near
him at the ticket window, listening to
tbe words that passed between him and
the ticket agent. His ticket cost 3 50.
After he bad sat down in tbe waitiog
room of the depot tbe tramp came over
to him and said : '
"Are yoa going to Chicago?"
"Yes," was the reply.
"Well, lam going to Chicago, u-o.
Let me see your ticket?"
Tba traveling man bauded him the
ticket. The tramp glanced over it.
"Yea" he said, "that is just like mine,
I wonder it that agent gave me tbe right
change. I gave blm 20." Here he
turned the cardboard over, and wrote
the figures on the back of it. "My tick
et should have cost me tbe same as
yours" (writing $0 50 and tbe other
figures under it), "and I should have re
ceived back 113.50" (performing the
operation of subtraction). "Yes," he
continued, as he band -i back the ticket
and turned away; "I guess that's ail
When the train started the traveling
man was in a front coach and the tramp
in a rear one. In a few minutes the con
ductor came along.
"Here," he said, addressing the tramp
"wbere's your ticket V
"I've given it to you already," was the
"No, you haven't either. I haven't
seen you before."
"But I tell you I have given you my
ticket,, and I can identify it. When 1
paid tbe agent I did some figuring on
tbe back of it to see whether he bad
given me the tiht change. If you Oud
among tbe tickets which yon have taken
up one on tbe back of which (0.50 has
been subtracted from $20, that's mine."
Conductor shoves his hand into Lis
capacious pocket and draws forth a
bunch of tickets, the back of which he
carefully scrutinizes. Suddenly stops
acd looks closely at one. It is the oue
handed him by t'je traveling man.
"Well, I guess this must be your tick
et. At least here are the figures. I
guess you were right about it."
A red tag is stuck in the hat band of
be tramp who has discovered some
thing better than a tie pass or box pas
sage. Washington Star.
Dr. JoIi:ihou had aa exceedingly un
attractive luce. His complexion was
red, bis ryo?, besides bclag bleared with
scrofula, were go nearsighted that his
expression was that of intense dullnosa
Cowper always spoke in a diffident,
hesitating wny, us though afraid of-the
effect of his words ou his auditors.
rinblxT. the fat of sea animals, costs
10 cents a pound iu Lapland.
Wales fcaS thus named by the Anglo
Saxons, the word menuing "the land of
foreigners." The native name is Cam
bria, or "the country of the Kainri."
Kepler firmly believed the moon to
be inhabited. He always spoke of the
supposed people of that orb as "the
ROSEBURGt OREGON THURSDAY DECEMBER 14
HOW JACK PROPOSED
"It's no use," said Jack, throwing
himself into my most comfortable easy
chair, and looking the picture of mis
ery. "It's not a bit of use!"
"What isn't?" I asked.
"Trying to propose to her," replied
"Why isn't it?"
"Bocauso I can'tl" moaned or,
rather howled the poor bo, savagoly
kicking my wasto paper basket over.
"Why can't you?"
"Because I haven't enough pluck. "
"Oh, confound your questions 1"
yelled Jack, tumbling right backward
in his desperation. "It's bad enough to
be frantically in love with the most
beautiful girl who ever lived, and not
possess the courage enough to put the
question, without having to submit to
tbe cross examination of a Johnny who's
reading for the bar and wants to get
practice in bullyragging witnesses. I
tell you, I won't answer your infernal
questions. I say, "concluded Jack stand
ing up, and looking like one of the
witches in "Macbeth," "I won't'snb
mittoitl" "All right, old man, all right," I
said soothingly. "'Nobody wants you
"The fact is, " said Jack, sitting down
again and assuming a sepulchral tone,
"it I don't bring it off, ril I'll"
"I'll die of felo-de-se."
This was being legal with a venge
ance. Here was my dear chum six
months since the brightest, happiest,
merriest fellow ia London deeply in
lovo with a young person called Cissy
(I don't to this day know her other
name, Jack never mentioned it), and
in the depths of despair because be
couldn't "bring it off," if I maynso
his own terse phraseology. We held
conversations of this sort about six
times a day on an average, but never
before had ho threatened to
"It shall be cither by pistol or rope,"
growled Jack hoarsely, and for the mo
ment I believe he was thoroughly In
I thought 1M try tho cynical, man of
the world method and scoff him out of
his foolishness, so I said:
"Fancy being knocked over in this
way ty a puling girl, a weak, silly
creature, who isn't even a new wom
Jack was all on fire in a moment
"Sbo's not a weak, poling, silly crea
ture, and she is a new woman," be
shouted, forgetting for ths nonce that
it ia not altogether a desirable thing to
bo in lovo with that feminine novelty.
(Parenthetically I may ask, Why is
it that peoplo always end up defiances
cf this kind with those mystic words,
"So now." Why is it?)
"Jack," I said, "write to hi."
"Splendid idea!" said Jack, who had
been thinking of different wava of pro
posing for six months and now hailed
that cf doing it by post as an e urirely
one and original idea. "Here gotis, and
thanks awfully, old chap, for givi ug me
Seizing quite u quire of notet taper
Jack scribbled and tore up about a 'doz
en proposals in writing. Then he tu fned
round, almost crying, and said tba t he
couldn't do it that way, aud ho would n't.
and he'd hang himself, and perhaps
wen sue a do sorry, and and antv
why was he born? 1
"My dear boy," I said, laying my
hand on his shoulder ia the most fathe.
ly way imaginable, "let's talk over tb
matter quietly. Now. suppose I propose
"o," said Jack. "Sho'd think I
was afraid to ask her myself and refuse
me on the spot Xa I won't write, and
I won't do it by proxy. Isn't there some
other way? Why don't you suggest
something, you great, long idiot, in
stead of sitting there and grinning all
Now, I wasn't grinning, and I had
been suggesting things all tho time, so
naturally I felt much hurt I therefore
curled up and was silent
For some timo Jack smoked savagoly
without speaking a word. After about
20 minutes of this he laid down his pipe
and began in a very apologetic tone:
"Can't you think of any other way of
"Wear a flower which means 'I love
you. ' A pansy or crocus or something.
Then, if she wants you, she'll wear one
meaning, 'Your sentiinonts ore recipro
cated.'" "Don't think much of that way, "said
Jack. "Know any other?"
Now, I have never been ia lovo in
my life, and never intend to be, and so
I found it rather hard to givo Jack ad
vice. However, I racked my brains and
at length evolved this startling method:
"Proposo to her through her father!"
"Ob, you hopeless mass of imbecil
ity!" yelled Jack, bouncing up and
grabbing his hat "How am I to do that
when sbo hasn't got a father?"
And ho flung himself out of tho room
iu a towering passion and did not come
near mo again for qnito a period. Well,
bow was I to know that tbo wretched
girl hadn't a father? Was I expected to
keep a register of all the births, deaths,
marriages and divorces which occurred
In thoso families which contained girls
Jack was iu lovo with? No, thauk you.
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THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Paciiic Co.
fumaa train !, Partlaad daily-
Lr. Portland - At.
Lr. . Roeebarg - Lr.
At. - Han Fracclsro Lt
9:13 r. .
Uiu r. w.
8 15 a. a.
5X) P. M.
65 P. M.
8: li P. II.
0-.45 A. M.
7:00 A. M.
4 55 P. M.
7 45 A. M.
M P. M.
9 U0 A. M.
6.2 P. M.
- ne A. M.
4 15 P. M".
El Pao Lv.
Lv. Fort Worth Lv.
Lv. Sew Orleans Lv
DiBlnK Car Obwerrattion tears.
Pullman firtt:e!aas and tourjt cara attached
to ail tra-ni.
I Lr. Portland . Ar. i 7 :1 A. .
bit. atlLv. Roseborff . Lv. ! 10 0) A.
:i5 r. . I Ar. Far Francic - I. v. 71 r. M.
CorraUU Sail Daily (Except Sunday )l
11 AA. at.
At Albany and Corvallla eotinect with train
at CorvaLia at Eastern railroad.
Independence Passenger DaUy (except asday)
2 r. .
- Portland -
s a. a.
5.M A. K
V r. m.
B EOKHLSB, C. II. MARKKA,
Maaacer. G. F. Pa. Aeci t.
Direct cticncetion at San Franciwo with
tteamahlp line for Havt'l, Japan, China, Tbe
rnintpptnj. ana austraua.
For throueh ticket and rate call on or al
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Betweea the Is'ortbitest and all
Choice of Two Routes
Through the Famous
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And Four F.ou'.ea East
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All Passengers granted a day stop-over
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condocted Tourist Eicnrsioca three days
a week to
Omaha. Kansas City,
St. Louis. Chicago
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For Tickets and any Information Re
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scriptive Advertisinit Matter, call on
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Co.. Urecou Short Line or Southern
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Roseburg P. O. Hours.
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Koseburg to Myrtle IViut. Ppa't
tv day- at b a. nt ; arrives every
burg to Millwood Departs eter
Tt bunu-ys at i a.m.; urnvt
except SiMidaya at 4:43 p. m
every day .
to Peel IVpaita Idi!y, (ex
at 7 a. m : arrives da.ly
(evcept Sunday .
Roeeburg to i
at J p. hi.
'.urley Departs Tue'j-
days aud Fridays
Tuesdays and Frida)
Ht 1 p. ia.; arr.ye
at 1 1 ::0 a. m .
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lCOD JUDICIAL MaTBaCT.
rulae J. W. Hamiltos
Prosecuting At turner .. Geo. at. Brew.
o. a. iavt timet, aoanra.
ReceiTer n"y Booth
Rcijiver t. T. BriuavV
a. f utiii axaiac.
A. W. feed
,G. W. Wonacotl
W. W. Wiiaoa
I J. W, Con a
I. V. Gtzlev
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School rtnperiuteudfciit .
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Dr. E. V. Hoover
Jcticea H. W J filer
Coo.taLle ,., D. Y. Fiaber
citt op Boa-acBO.
A. & Marataras
W. A, Eraler
in l Ward
t? P BnB
I F. W. Benaoa
)W. R. WUiia
' (H. C. glorom
citt cocbcu. m-rruw.
Tbe Common Council of the city oi Roaebmr:
atk at i
mccia uw nrt atonuay ta eacn
cioci p. n.
The Circuit Court (or DougUa County
three timet a fear aa foUo-a:
AT In March, the ih Mint day in Jane, and the
ui Nonaa- in ueceaber. J. w. Hinilli ml
Roseount j!ee. Geo. It.
Brown, of Boaebort.
untytoort meeia the lat Wedaeaday afl -T
le lt Mocdar n( January, March, MT, Jniy,
September acd ovember, Joa. Ljom. mi
Drain, jodce; M. D. Thompaoaof bootiabv
ard Jan. Byroo, o! Olaiia. eoaaJraaoaMra
Prutau AKtrt ia in n aainn eonlinnMialv. ia
QOMMODORE S. JACKSOX,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law. "
Mining Law and Water Eights mada
-Tarsten Bid. BOSEBCIVG. VBEGOH
J3i. CHEADLE. M. D. D. D. 8,
Gffiee in the little
-lick opposite olncaja a
Q.EHOGE M. BROWN.
Court E. ux.-
HA B. BLDDLE,
Attorney at Law,
OIT.ce in Cciirt Houe
With ltt. Attj.
P W. BENSON,
Eoostf I and 3
7 R. WlLIalS.
Attorney and CounBelor at Law,
"Will praeuct ia ail U eowrta tt u blaic 14
ta .tamers Baiiding, Doaca oraaiy, Oe.
Attorney at Law,
coma l A t. Mantert Bld, R'BCRG. E
CaBuaineiB before tba TT a Land n-.
Buiuj eaaea a specialty.
Lata Boeeiver O. a Land Oaice.
JA BUCHANAN, Nota.y Pot lir.
Collections a Specialty. .
Marater- BaiMiLi;. KOSEBtKG, OM.
y W 1UYSES " .
Telephone No. t.
jQ S.GEO. E. IJOUCK,
Physcian &. Surgeon.
Office Post cmeo Bid.
Ptu.ne, Main SI
ROSIBPRG DIVISION NO C. D.OJ t,
meeta every accoud and (ourth Sunday. -
ITTOMKS SRfcXlEF COKPi NO. W, MkkTM
' llrat and ti.ird KtUUr li ml. -ifc.
RBSO POST, SO. . G. A. R-. MITS TU1
atid third Thurvtlava tt t-h aniMrLik.
at t p. m.
A LPHA LODGE. NO. 7. K. OF P., MUTB
every Wednewtay evenina at Odd Pellowa
HalL ViaititiK KnlKQts tu ipaxl auuiduu:
ttaily invited u attMi.L
-.,.,1..-. .Sr '
A. r.il.M., RKtrLA
aitd 4th Wrduextay ia
i GRK U PARKOTT W. M.
S.T. Jexttt. Sei-y.
pOSSBrKiCHAI"TKR.X fc.O. K. ..MKa'T
the tlrt and tlnrvt TUiinulaya ul war a
mrnth. - . "
1.IE81E COSHOW. W kL
MAUDE RAST. Sec y.
MODKRS WOODMEN OF AMERICA. MKKt
on htM aiul tithd tuiaT oi t-a,h month
in tho .!! Monic ha 1.
II. L. M Clerk.
Mtu-KB, V. C
OODMEN 'F Ti.E WORLD, Oak Cam
No. 1-v ui.fta u; inv tKlil K'Uowa' ball
;n Riovourvi. every Ul, xr.l aud old Monday
eteuing. i-uiu itustioors always weicuna
O. P. t'osMOW, G.C
V.C. Loxdosc Clerk.
pit ILETA BIAS LOuGE. SO. a, L O. O. .
1 moots Kiurlav evening ol each wee at
ilu'ir tin..) in Odd Fellow Temple at Roaabam.
MomHr! te onler in rtM stMitdinc aiv invit
ed to att.-M.l B. W. 8TRONU. N. O
N. T. Jewett. See'v. D. S. West.
J P.O. ELKS. KOSEBtKG LODGX. NO. SJS.
hol.t their resuiAr eommunications at the
t O. O. K. ball ou soinml and fourth Thursday
it eai'h luoL'th. Ail m.-niKn. -jiu-ltsl to at
tend rex.ilarly, and all vUiliug bnthera c.-r-iially
invito! to attend ....
DOUGLAA WA1TE, S. K
IRA RI1HLE, Soert'tary.
ROSEBURG LODtiK. NO. la, A. O. V. V
tn ts the iiecind and fourth Moiidava
oh month t7:.i0 p. m. at Odd Feiiowc bail
Slomberoot the order tu iud alail'iluj I9 m
rited to attend.