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ROSEBURG, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, iqco.
N4TI02AL GUARD CALLED OUT.
Two More Deaths Had Occurred by
December 30 sod There Were
Seven New Cases.
Sas Frakckco, Jan. 8. A loiter from
Honolulu, date- December SO, 6ays :
The carious epecucta ia presented here !
of a revival ol tbe ehotgun quarantine
around tbe plague-infected district while
sanitary measures and disinfection have
been practically abandoned. Tbe board
"ol health called oat the National Guard
thrr-s days after Christmas because ol tbe
discovery of fire new cases of 1 Ugue,
two of which proved fatal. It is now
p jying $1000 a day for this protection,
and the result of this strict guard
'J is that business is demoralized aud
-' many poor Chinese and Japanese wbo
worked ia ths American quarter are
- Toe cordon drawn around tbe Asiatic
district includes many of the leading Chi
nese and Japanese dealers, who live in
aanitaiy fashion and who are making a
atroog protest against the needless hard
ships to which they are Subjected. Tbe
original method of famigaiing all Orient
al merchandise imported has been aban
doned, and much of this nnfumigated
freight is handled by Uawaiians. There
have bees 17 known cases of bubonic
plague is tlonolula to date.
Tbere bare been a number of other
deaths which were probably deaths
from plague, but the boar! of health
bat not officially so declared them.
Passenger traffic between islands is
practically at a standstill. Tbe inter,
inlands steamship cjmpaaies refuse to
take passengers on account of the eoor
oua quarantine conditions imposed. Fu
migated freight is accepted, but is loaded
and discharged from lighters away from
Tbe America Maru, which arrived here
from San Erancisco on December 27, dis
charged her passengers and freight by
means of lighter. Tbe transport Grant
- wita the Forty-eighth infantry, arrived a
few hours after the America Mara. Her
--fetamander refused to come into, the har-KT-or
have anything bat the barest com-
manicstiona with the officials, and start
' - ed to Manila alter a stop of not more
t baa an Lour.
Steamer Hong Kong Mara Arrives.
iaz Unhealthy ln-
The following lav was passed at the
last session of the Missouri Legislature,
taking effect August 20, 1S99:
Section 1. Tbat it shall be unlawful
for any person or corporation doing busi
ness in this state to manufacture, sell or
offer to sell aty article, compound ot
preparation for the purpose of being uted
or which is intended to be used ic the
preparation of food, in which article,
compound or preparation there is any
arsenic, calomel, bismuth, ammonia or
Sec. 2. Aiy person or corporation
violating the provisions of this set shall
be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and
shall, upon ccviction, be fined not less
than one hundred dollars, which (hall be
paid into and become a part of the road
fond of the county in which such fine is
The operation of thUlaw will be main
ly against alum taking powdtra. but
tbe manufacture or sale of any article of
food or article iutended O be used in
food which coutains any of tbe sub
stances classed by the law as nnh'ealth
ful from arsenic to alum is absolutely
Suffolk Regimegt Suffered Heavily,
and Seems to Be Disgraced.
Experiences of Lieutenant
more With the Tagals.
FINALLY ABANDONED TO SAVAGES
How the Rescue Was Effected
Young Venvllle Was Last Seen
In Baler In June.
Ham Fkaxcisco, Jan. 6. Tbe steamer
Hong Kong Maru arrived early this
morning from China and Japan via
Honolulu, and anchored at tbe quaran
tine station to await inspection.
BURNING INFECTED BL'ILDLNQS.
Presence of Disease is Worrying; the
Hosolili, Jan. 1. Seven additional
cases of plague have developed sines tbe
last advices, making 13 cases all told to
date.' Three cases were discovered on
-. tbe sight ol December 2$, and four cases
rrrsbeen reported during tbe pact 4S
The board of health has decided to Uke
radical steps to stamp out the scourge.
A portion of the infected district was con
demned and burned to the ground yes
terday. Three buildings and a large
warehouse were destroyed bv fire. Tbe
future policy of tbe health author-
London, Jan. 8. Official confirmation
of the Frere caaip rumors of Genera!
White's success at Ladyemith relieve tbe
extreme tension of waiting crowds. Tel
egrams from Rensberg say seven officers
and 3J men of the Suffolks were killed
and about 50 captured.
French's announcement tbat tbe Fs
sex regiment has been sent to replace
the Snffolka is more bitter to the latter 'a
friends tban the list of casualties, as the
only icference deducibie from tbis favt is
that tbe Suffolks disgraced themselves
and iheir Sag by bolting and leaving a
few of their more staunch comrades to
fill the Pretoria jails.
Lord Delaware in a graphic description
of the battle of Magersfontein.says:
'It U neeless to disguise tbe fact tbat a
large percentage of the troops are losing
heart for the camIgn comprised of a
succession of frontal attacks on an invis
ible force securely intrenched and un
reachable. Our men fought admirably,
but they were asked to perform miracles.
Don't blame them and don't blame tbe
gallant general, who was the first victim
of tbs terrible disaster, which overcame
tbe chief Highland brigade. They
marched in quarter column to their
doom. General Wauchope's .last words,
"For God's sake do not blame tbe men
for this,' will gladden the hearts of his
"Then was no accord between Gen
eraal lietbaea and AVaucbope in regard
to the best method of attack. General
Methuen'a plan prevailed and the mis !
take lost 700 men.''
A private of the Irish rifles who fought
at Btromberg, in a letter to bis home,
says tbat when Gatacre saw tbe position
the guide had led tbe troops into, be
shot tbe guide with bis own revolver.
It is safe to say tbat if Eastern Oregon
bad a proper representative as mining
commissioner to tbe Paris exposition,
some interest would be taken io prepar
ing a mineral exhibit for -the cccasion,
says the Sampler American.
George Blake, of Wasco county, has
carved out for himself a fortune in East
ern Oregon, says tbe Corvaliis Times.
He and bis brother have been for 15
years in the sheep business near Arling-
iUeswUIbetoestrayallinfecUdbuild-lt"0; They bare lOOOObead of sheep,
and ranches to match. Laet year they
Th- WmrA of kullh i. avrl rriti- "ai
of health is Beverly criti
ciaed by two leading papers, tbe Star and
Advertiser, in short, the journals claim
tbat tbe members of tbe health board
appear la "bo incompetent and therefore
re incapable of. handling tho present
trouble. There is stilt a feeling of doubt
io tbe nature of tbe disease. A ma
JrjKilj of the intelligent people do not
consider it plague, but tbe fact remains
tbat tbe victims are stricken and die sud
' denly. If the trouble is not plague, it is
something akin to it.
Tbe presence of tbe disease in this city
is commencing to worry the sugar men.
Tbey have au idea that Hawaiian sugar
may be refused at United States ports if
shipped from Honolulu. To get around
this difficulty, the new crop may be
shipped faom porta outside of Honolulu.
Honolulu being tbe only io fee ted port, it
is believed the federal authorities will
agree to tbis plan, and allow tbe market
ing of tbe 18t9 crop.
Tbe Robertson Log Rafting Company,
wbicb bur a few rafts on tbs Columbia
and later moved its plant to the Sound,
contemplates moving again, and this
time to British Columbia, says the
A gentleman was iu the city today,
says the Independence Enterprise, look
ing over the field as to its qualities for
starting a creamery here. He inform
us that he is well pleased with the out
look, and if the farmers will contract
with hi 111 to furnish the milk from 300
cows he will start a creamery ia our
The Haines tannery at Eugene pro
duces principally saddle leather, and
their annual output is something like
10,000 Eides per year, the bulk of which
goes to Sad Francieco markets. Collar
leather is their next largeet output which
only consumes about six weeks io its
-The Absolutely Pure
Made from Grape
Cream of Tartar.
Baking powders made from alum and other
harsh, caustic acids are lower in price, but'
inferior in work and injurious to the stomach.
ROYAL BAK'NO POWDER CO., NCW YORK
Mamla, Jan. 7, 8 p. m. Lieuteuaut
J. C. Gillmore, of the United States gun
boat Yorktown, who was captured by
the insurgents last A pril near Baler, on
tbe coast of Luzon, and rescued a few
days ago by Colonel Luther R. Hare, of
the Thirty-third volunteer inlamry, eat
today in the apartment of hissister, Mrs.
Major Price, at the Hotel Oriente, in
Manila, and told a remarkable .story uf
his eight wombs in captivity, ending
with his dramatic deliverance from a
death hat seemed inevitable.
Tbe steamer Venus came into the har
bor last evening from Yigan, province of
Sooth Ilocos, with Lieutenant Gillmore
and 19 other American prisoners, in
cluding seven of his sailors, from the
Yorktown. Lieuteuaut Gillmore, after
reporting, came ashore and hobbled
along with the aid of a cane, to the Ho
tel Oriente, where Americau officers and
ladies were aalUiog thiough the L1U to
the strains of "Aguinaldo's March."
Altbougu tanced and ruddy from" ex
posure, he Is weak and nervous, rhowiog
the resclts of lonn hardships. He
speaks warmly of Agoinalilo, and very
bitterly against tieneril Tino, declaring
that while in the former's jurisdiction be
was treatmed splendidly, but that after
he fell into Tino's bauds, lie suffered
Colonel Hare acJ Lieutenant Colonel
Howee, the latter of the Thirty-fourth
volunteer infantry, rescued Gillpiore'a
party on December IS, neir tbe head
waters of tbe Abalut river, after tbey
bad been abandoned by tbe Filipinos
and were expecting death from tbe eav
age tribes aroond them. When tbe res
cuing force reached I: em, tbey were
nearly starved, l ot were buildicg rafts in
tbe hope of Retting down the river to the
Lieutenant Gillmore made the follow
ing statement to a correspondent of tbe
Associated Press: '
"Tbe Filipinos abandoned us on the
eight of December 1'i. We had reached
the Abalu. river, near its fource that
moroieg, and the Filipinos rtfted us
over. We theo went down the stream
along a rough trail, guarded by a com
pany of Filipino. Tbat night we were
ee parted from this guard, and another
company, -armed with Mausers, was put
in charge cf us. I suspected something,
and questioned the lisutenant in com.
mand. He said:
M 'I have orders from General Tino to
snoot you all, but my conscience forbids.
I shall leare you here.'
"I begged him for two rifles to pro
tect os from savages, adding that I
would give him letters to the Ameri
eaas, who would pay him well and keep
him from all barm. He refused tbis,
however, saying he would not dare to
comply. Soon afterward he left with
We had seen come savages in war
paint around ns, and we prepared io
fight tbem with cobblestones, the only
weapons tbat were available to us. Tbe
next morning we followed the trail of
the Filipino soldiers, feeling tbat it was
better to stick to tbem tban be mur
dered by saysges, but we could not catch
np with tbem. Then I ordered the men
to build rafts. In the hope cf floating
down tbe river. It was a forlorn hope,
but I knew theiiver mast empty into
the tea somewbere. I was so weak my
self that I did not expect to get out, but
I thought some of the men could.
On (be. morning of December IS,
while we ware working on tbe rafts, the
Americans came toward ns, yelling.
Oae of my men shouted : 'Tbey are on
us.' He was lashing a raft of bamboos.
I, however, knew it. was not tbe yell cf
savages, but the yell of Americans. Tbe
rescuing troops thought we bad Filipino
guards and railed to ns in English to lie
down so that they could shoot the Fili
pinos. That was the finest body of offi
cere and men I ever saw."
Lieutenant Gillmore could not speak
enthusiastically enough about the 140
Dicked men who had reecued him and
Tbe command spent the day in mak
ing rafts. Colonel Har 3 thought Lieu
tenant Gillmore too weak to live through
the .trip, but tbere was no alternative
Tbey shot many rapide. tbe men losing
all their effects, and Lieutenant Gillmore
some valuable p-tpers. Only 14 out of
37 rafts survived tbs first night's ezperl
ence, and 80 men wero practically on
able to walk when Yiin was reached
Describing tbe flight from Benguet, whe
tbe Americans approached, Lieutenant
"The Filipinos, completely terrified
left Beoguet On December
7. Tbey hurried the prisoners from tow
to town, often retracing the trail, not
knowing where the Americans would at
"After being almost without food for
three days tbey killed several horses,
and wo lived on horse flesh for several
days. I did not baye a full meal from
December 7 until I reached Yigan. In
deed, the rescuing party lived largely
npon rice vtithout salt. - There was one
day hen I wab reduced to chewing grass
"While e were in the hands of Gen
eral Tino's men he issued an order that
any person aiding an American by food
or money should be treated as a criminal.
One citizen of Yigan, Scnor Yera, was
probably killed for befriending ns. We
wonld have starved but for the kind
ness of some of the residents of the towns
aud some of the Filipino colonels, but
others treated us brutally. Wherever
there was a prison we acie kept there.
Where there was no prison they wcnld
lodge u in a convent. We euffered
greatly from waut of exercife s well as
from lack of f iod."
For wetkj Lieutenant Gillmore was
covered with boils, and in great pain.
When the Filipinos found the Americans
were approaching, the treatment became
better. There was a dgnpaiotcr io tbe
party and he painted advertisements on
lb rccki, throughout the retreat with
other emblems, like a skull and the word
"Vengeance," by mesn3 ol which the
Americans were able to follow.
"The Filipino treatment of tbe Span
ish." esid Lieutenant Giluiore, "was
brutal in the' extreme. Tbe insurgents
had old gruJties to wipe out sgainst
them. Many talk about the rcconceo
tradoa in Cuba, but I have seen Span
iai'ea dying at the rate of two or three
per dy of starvation ia tbe hospitals at
Yigan. I have seen Tagul clficers strike
Spit iarJj iu the face with whips and re
Litruteuant Gillmore declined to speak
regarding political conditions, except to
say hi he thought tho insurrection
would last as long as tuere were any
Tbe members ol the party reported 10
General O'.is this murniog. They were
barefooted snuboroed aud ragge-l. Some
carried rillee, others pet monkeys. They
attracted a great deal of attention as tbey
passed aloorf (he ttreu'e. Those whore
enlislindnts are about expiring w ilt te
sent to the United Slates. The others
will bi returned tj their rep?tive or
gauintion. Among the iriainurs arriving with
Lirutenaut Gillmore were: F. J. Hd
bert. Fdward Durke and J. J. Farley,
saiiois from the Uidaneta; Yon Galeo,
if the Baltimore; A. II. Gordou aud
George Sicketlf of the Third infantry;
Lelacd Saiith and Frank Stoue. of (he
signal carps ; Harry Hubert, the hos
pital corps; William Bruce aod Edward
Houeyman, of the Neva-la cavalry ; Mar
tin Breonao anj James Currao, of the
Siiteunbinfanfry; Aabot Bishop, cf
tbe Third arti'e-jr. aad John O'Brien and
David Browu. civilian. Brown, wbo
was formerly a preacher iu Honolulu,
twice revealed to the ias-jrentj plots 01
the Americans to e!Cie, in tbe hope of
gaining the giod will of the Filipinos.
Tbe rest ot the party openly ucc&e him
of treachery, and entertain the bitterest
feeling lowaid him.
Charles Baker, of the Third artillery,
was formerly one of tbe prisoners, bnt
he became too weak to travel, and tbe
Filipino guard bayooelted him in the
aet tiight through tbe mountains. The
prisoners of Lieutenant Gil! .ore's party
bo escaped after leaving Yigan, were:
Macuonald. of tbe Twenty-first infantry;
on Galen, of the Baltimore, aod Farley
of ths Orejoo. Thsy were captured by
savages, recaptured by the insurgents,
ho bad stripped and prepared to beat
tbem, and ultimately were rescued by
loe lorktown s men, wbo were res
cued with Lieutenant Gitlmoro, were W.
Walton, cbief quaitermaeter; Yandoit,
sailmaker's mats; J. Ellsworth, cox
swain ; L. P. Edwards, landsman ; A. J.
Peterson, apprentice; F. Anderson,
ndsman, and S. B.'ieolez, seamen.
At Baler, J. Dillon and C. i. Morris
&ey, laodsmen, were instantiy killed ; O.
MacDanald, seamen, and E. J. "y-
gard, gunner's mate, were mortally
wounded, and D. W. Yenville, appren
tice, and O. N . WooJbury , seamen,
were seriously wounded.
J. F. BARKER S CO.
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J. I. CASE PLOWS.
I There is a Quality
Only Venville Unaccounted For.
Washington-, Jan. 7. The navy de
partment today received tbe following
"Manila, Jan. 0. Secretary cf Navy,
Washington: Gillmoie, Walton, an
doit, Ellsworth, Unsolez, Anoerson
'etcrion, Edwards arrived. Also Farm
ey, Uarke and Herbert, 01 tne uruaneia.
Only Yenville unaccounted for. Last
eetn at Baler, June 13. Wjtsos."
'Manila, Jau. 0. Secretary of Navy,
Washington: Brutus towing disabled
transport, Victoria. Warsos."
The Spanish gulch placets are not
worked out yet, tells the Crook County
Journal. Bob Cannon and H.Branson
lately purchased ibe lrospejr ranch, on
Mule eulch. and sent Mr. A. Foes there
with a rocker to prospect the ground
Mr. FofS is net a miner, but in eight
days' work he cleaned up a large amount
of gold, including two nugeets worth fiu
and tlOG respectively. Mule gulch
three miles lonn. and has never been
worked. It will probably prove as rich
or richer thin Spanish gulch. Lack of
water and the fact tbat a mile ol tne
eulch was deeded land has kept it from
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to show the most complete line of Shoes
ever shown in our store, having succeeded
in reaching the best and largest Shoe Fac
tories in the cast. We should like to have
a chance to make you .acquainted with our
stock and prices as we feel assured that both
will please you.
A Complete) line of
now on band.
Ladies Dress Goods, Ribbons, Trim
miners, Laces, Etc., Etc.,
Also a fine line of
of the best qria.ity and latest style.
Staple and Fancy
ood, Willow, and Glassware,
Crockery, Cordage, Etc., also on
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The foam on t'oancil of tbe city of BU tt-rrc
niret the nnt Jtonlay ia each, aoath at a
o'clock p. m.
The Circuit Court lor Doaslas Cooalv axerla
three times a year aa folio a: To 3d Moa
day ia March, the 4ia MoDdar in Jon, a ad ta
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County Co-Jrt meeu the lat Wdaeaday ae .
the lat Monday of Jannary. March, May. -w-vroer
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Attorney ami Coanevllor at Law.
Mining Law and Water RigLts rais -sicialtr.
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Which secures permanent patronage. We i
buy in small quantities, and buy frequently, J
therefore we always have a Fresh Stock of j
Full Standard Strength Drugs.
Our aim is for Quality, and we hit the mark
The merits of our prescription Department i
have built up a large trade in this line.
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F.v .nmneh tirkels and rates Call on or ad
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Experience teaches that
good clothes wear longest,
good food gives best nutrition,
and a good medicine that
cares disease is naturally the
best and cheapest. Hood's
Sarsaparilla is the best medi
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it cuks when alt others fait.
Poor Health-"Harpoof heMthfor
years, pains in shoulders, back and hips,
uith constant headache, nervousness and
no appetite. Used Hood" s Sarsaparilla,
gained strength and can work hard all
day; eat heartily and sleep well. J took
it because it helped my husband to whom,
it gave strength." Mrs. E. J. Giffcls,
Moose Lake, Minn.
Hood 'l Pincui. Uvct till; the uon Irrttattuit and
ulj cathartic u take with Hood's Sarsasarlll
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
We havejja complete line of -V-
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FRESH AND TROPICAL FRUITS,
Which will please you in both quality and
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All Passencers -ranted a day stop-over
in the Mormon Capital or anywhere t
tweeo Osrdeo and Denver. Personally
conducted Tourist Excursions three days
a week to
Omaha, Kansas City,
St. Louis, Chicago
and the East.
For Tickets and any Information Re
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Co.. Oregon Short Line or Southern
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General Pass. & Ticket Agent,
K. C. NICIIOL,
251 Wash. S?t. Portland Or.
Rosebnrx P. O. flours.
To let you know that we
Staple and Faucy
have a fiue selection
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Q U.GEO. E. 1IOCCK,
Physcian & Surgeon.
Office t Otfice BM.
i'buiw, .Vain si
KObKBCBt r -V
pOSEBCRU DIVISIOS SO 476. B. Ot L. as.
Bteets every secotHi aal (ourta Soaday.
tirOMEN'S RKLISP COKPd NO. 10, SBBTS
" first an4 tiUrd Fridajs in ears awatk.
RKSO FOST, SO. , Q. A. R-, aTXKTa TBt
first and third Thundajrs ot aacA BMata,
at t p. m.
ALPHA LODGE. Sft. IT, K. OF F JsXll
Tery WediMtaT eTentni at Odd Pia
Ball. Vtritine KnijCht In good MandlBaj ror
lialW Innied to attaud.
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Our stock is beintr constantly rerwiiished and
enlarged, hence our goods are ahvats fresh and
given with every cash
purchase which entitles
holder to a selection from our handsome decorated
porcelain china. A chance to get something nice for
nothing. Come aud see. Everything at the lowest
prices at . -l.'s-
ttu4r ZIGLER'S GROCERY.
Week tlavi. 6 :30 a. ni. to S p. m. tiun-
rhiva and holidava. U:o0 to 9:00 a. m
j - , -
and 5 :30 to 7 :30 p. u
Roseburg to MarsbfielJ Departs ev
ery day at 0 a. m.; arrives every morn
Koseburg to Myrtle roini. Departs
svery day at 0 a. m ; arrives every
Rocebarg to Millwood Departs eyery
day except Sundays at "a.m.; arrives
every day except Sundays at 4 :4op. ui.
Roseburg to reel Departs tdaily, (ex
cept Sunday) at 7 a. m. ; arrives daily,
(evcept Sunday) at 3 p. m.
Roseburg to Lurley Departs Tues
days and Fridays at 1 p. m.;arnyea
Tuesdays and Fridays at 11:30 a. ui.
LATKti. MM.i,t. A. r. 4 A. BT . B8rU
rr-:iMK the i'i sad ta Wedaesdsya l
Tl tiKSE L. PABBOTT W.ltV '
N.T. JkvaTT. . .
It you suffer f rom tenderne6S cr full
ness on the right, aide, pains under
shoulder blade, constipation, biliousness,
tick headache and feel dull,beavy and
sleepy yonr liver ia torpid and congested.
De Witt's Littlo Early Risers will cure
you promptly, pleasantly and perma
nently by removing the congestion and
causing .tbe bile ducts to open and flow
naturally, tukv are ooon mis.
A. O. MARSTERS A CO
ROSKBfRi; CHArTER. NO. S. a B. B..M11TI
lha tint ad lliird Tbutadays ol eacB
sir d tit.
LIBBIK COSHOW.W at.
MAt'DK BAST. Sec y.
tOOERX WOODMEN" OK AMERICA. KKKT
i- au lir-iauii ihtxl tuvsday ot cacst araatft
ia tbe ui Ms-oaic b. 1. ,
H. W. little. V. C.
II. U M.tRSTKt. Clerk.
MTOODMEN' I F THS WORLD, OakawJ;
' No. liv n.tvl. at tho Odd Frior' Hail
in Sibur. every lJt, 3rd and 6th Mal?
tveuine- Vifidns ueighbors alwa i olct' m
o. p. cosao-r, c. C
V.C. USDOS, Clerk.
PHILETARIAN LOuOK. NO. 8, L O. O. .
meets SatunlaT CTi-ning ot each week at
thuir hIl In Odd Fellow Templa at Bosetmra.
Memi -.N'sot the flTfief rS'lSUnd stainlln aietaTtt. ,
ed tuauend. B. W. STBOKS s- 0
witt, 8ec'J. D.S.WB.T.
. r in. sec
BP. O. ELKS. KOSEBCRO LODp. VO. KB,
hold their regular eoinm.iear at tha
I O. O. r. hall ou aeeund and lounii-'
n( each mouth. All mintrs reqitest"
teil ntf jlarlr. ant all vtxltin hmt
liaily invited to attend. .
IRA IU DOLE, Secretary. -m. 3
D03FB0RO LODGE. SO. 1ft.
meets the second and lout
oh mouth at J p. m. al Odr
Members ot the order ia toed
T1U9U w akHUIU.
T. VoCj.AI.l aN.