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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 24, 1903)
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ROSEBURG, DOUGLAS COUNTY, (OREGON, ?
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RirOn iJ FOR FINE CONFECTIONERY
lKi and ICE CREAw? PARLORS
fruits, Candies, Cakes, Pies,
BosWimts gM fresh Bread Daily
Portland Journal Agency. Me ml rick'. Block, Opp. Depot
!. J. NORHAN & Co. Prop.
G. A. WOOD & CO. Props
Stable nno Ir;iC( v '
f 'T rt'lil.TV
oceries. Highest Price
. Fresh bread daity.
Will Personally Investigate Cases of
Land Officinls Tlmmsan
Washington. Dec. 22. At the re
quest of the Oregon Senators, Presi
dent Roosevelt will take up and per
sonally review the case of Asa 15.
Thomson and J. H. Booth, respective
ly of the La Grande and Itoseburg
Land Offices. The Senators insist on
the reinstatement of the former
and the reappointment of the latter.
The matter is temporarily out of the
hands of Secretary Hitchcock.
Private Free Mmy to AU Parts of the City
n i n rr i triixh r mo
LlL-U UU I fiPP PASRFHfiFR flAPfiT
IS Y OUR
If President Roosevelt is bluffed out
by the Oregon delegation it will prove
that he has surrendered sterling
Your! American virtues to disreputable
methods. If the President overrules
Hitchcock it is time for the latter to
resign. All that the Plaindkaleu
can say is: If the President surren
ders to the present pressure and re
instates a man like Thomson there is
hope for any man in Oregon who has
a political pull being appointed to a
responsible office whatever his public
or private life or acts may be. It
has been suggested to us that the
President will turn one of the ap
pointments down and approve the
other, but which one we do not know,
nor care, if the report is true.
FOR CRSH OR TRHDE.
A Full ana Com
plete Assortment of
all kinds of TOYS.
ffiE HAVE PUT IN PLACE A
stocH of HOLIDAY GOODS so com
plete, so meritorious, that we
Know we can please the purchas
ing public. Our stocK is large and
embraces the latest and newest in
Carving Sets Silverware Burnt
W&8Q Novelties Cutlery Sporting Goods
Strange if True.
ON AN .
-Hints to Housewives.
Half the battle in good cooking is to have good
And to get them promptly when you order them. Call up
Phone No. iSi for good goods and good seivice.
T. . ISarv
D. I.. Martin
Roseburg Real Est at
Farm and Timber Land Bought and Sold
Taxes Paid for Non-Residents. Timber
Estimates a Specialty. List your pioper
tv with ns.
Soizel inltTtiimt'iUlv by stranpe
fjtells.for oriirin the Dixie. Watli.,
jKXjple are t'liil unable to account, i!;s
Wim.ia Chuitiuan. tlic Dixie irirl who
has ri(;il tit. with altl clairvoyant
pnwers acoomjiiyiii, continues to pur
zle all wIki know htr. Forlaiosta
y-ar her uuusual tits of citalei sy have
rwnrml, ami in spite of the fact that
the iai:tnt his tricil all manner of treat
ment in alia Walla, a rnre tloos not
seeui to have been effected.
The rataleplic f jellf of Winnie Chap- j
man began last January, their iculiar ;
nature at ouie altrartinj: attention all I
over.tlie o-untry. Jliss Chapm.in would J
lie for hours and toim-tiuics d.iys at a !
time, apjarently dead, hut with rei-pira-1
tion ev.deni. Efforts to roie lier were ,
u?eh's. but wlten he had wakem-d of ,
her own acconJ, t-he would often tell i
strange tales of wl.at the jrofeSH-d to ;
have en in her suboon.-cioua state.
iiie of these aliened revelations were .
startling as to frighten the listener.4-,
Winnie claiming; to have had conversa
tion with the dead. '
Ooe tale she reidlei was horrible in
itsna'iire A girl named Ireiaml had
di d in live Dixie ecmntrv someyaars le- (
fore. !i Chapman claimed to ban?
iiad a siileoo&i-iou- viei n of the dMl 1
irirl, who, tlie said, had lurnod over in ,
tier oofliu, hit ten iter arm thioutli in ',
her death siruzeies, and had finally vx-1
i"hed of tufl'M-atiou In anotla-r in-
ctMiice, the death of a uirl friend of Miss
Chapman'r was conceal! from her, rei
atives fearing it woul-i make hair condi
tion worse 1 he patient u4d tliose at
her bedside all about it when she waked
from a Ua:ce, even relatin-,: that lier
mend's hair had Leeu shorn before
de.it h, a thi g which was, actually true.
The exact cause of N iunie Ciiapnun'ij
condition is not clearly api treat. Auto
soesiioti, or eelf-hyiHiotisin, is one
cause asi'uel, but medical men incline
to tlie thociry of acn e hysteria.
HIS la In suostunce the story of
Kay Lamber'.sou, a Nova Scotia
lnd of eighteen, who was taken
off mi iceberg ut sea by a pafw
IiiK ship and treated In llellerue hos
pital: "Father and I went out llshlng on
Christmas eve last from Clark's har
bor. We were after mackerel and
were iloIii well, but had not been louu
out when a hay of Fundy fog sur
rouiuleil us, and we concluded to put
back. After grwpInK our way cast for
half an liour we struck against some
thing, or something struck against tin,
and I was thrown clean overboard. I
know now that the keel ef our bo.t col
lided with the spur of an Iceberg.
When I rose to the nurface I heard the
old mnu shouting, but 1 couldn't an
swer him, and It seems to me that the
spur got between tu In the tlrst plnca
nnd then we were separated altogether
by tla? entire berg- I manaced to got
on a ledge of the berg and maintain
myself there by bracing my shoulder
against a slight projection overhead.
When I thought 1 was on top the berg
would keel over until I found myself
on tla; side, and at oim time It turned
a complete somersault and threw me
once more Into the water. I had a
good mind to give up then and accept
what seemed my fate, but I thought of
the folks at home and that my father
lteing probably 'drowned the family
would liave to depend on me. So I
made another effort. The berg was
rolling and presented many sharp
Itoluts here and there, one of which I
seised and by Its means lifted myself
to the ledge from which I had been
"UeallKlng that I could not maintain
myself in that position, I climbed once
more to the top and this time found
myself In a saucer shaped cavity.
Whipping out my knife, I hacked away
for dear life until I had scooped out a
Is as good us if not better than chicken
salad. Take one cup of turkey meat,
rather coarsely ehopiK-d; one cup of
celery, also rather coarsely chopped;
the whites of three hard boiled eggs,
also chopped. Put the yolks uf t lies
hard lKiiled eggs Into a bowl and
mash and then pour over them three
tublespoonfuls of melted butter or pure
olive oil. Into this put one teaspoon
fill of salt and one of mustard, with n
dash of red pepper; then thin with half
n cup of good vinegar.
, Another way to use the white meat
of turkey in to chop it flue, then put
a spoonful of cranberry sauce that has
been run through a colander In the
bottom of a mold or small bowl, on this
n layer of chopied turkey, then a lay
er of cranberry, and so on till the mold
is full. Tress hard and put In a cold
place till ready to use; then turn out
on a platter.
Turkey Croquettes. Take one cup
of turkey meat, chopped line; one cup
of bread crumbs, one spoonful of but
ter and two of cream; season with salt
and iepper; mold Into little fancy
shaped cakes and fry.
Turkey patties ore made exactly ai
are chicken patties. To one cup of
turkey take one cup of turkey gravy
or one cup of water made rich by a
generous lump of butter; season and
thicken with a little Cour; pour Into
pactry shells and bake In a quick oven.
A LESSON FOR CHRISTMAS.
Hnvr a (ivupmas Giver or Ireent
May Ki-!HlI.-it for Xeelert.
"Here's something ch'iip. Ix't's buy
it," sn!d the tall, angular woman.
"What forr asked the JoUy Iltth
"Oh, for a Christmas present," an
swered the other.
"Who for?" queried No. 2.
"Oh, I don't know. It will come in
hau ly for some one."
"Here" (to the deric), "wrap me up
two of these and hurry my cliang.
plrasc. How much? Seventeen cents?
Oh. all right."
. "My gr-oCtiesar ejaculated her jolly
companion. "Von don't mean to say
you buy all your Christmas presents
"Pretty nearly at least that's what I
Intend doing this year. Pre taken lots
of pains to buy ihlug before, but from
now on I'm going to go about things
"Why. what has changed you?"
"WpII. it's this way: I'm an old maid,
you know, but I like pretty things aw
fuliy welt. I am accounted well off,
and so I am. but almost every year 1
have sought out the nicest, prettiest
things I could And and mtH them off
to those i count my friends. And
what did I get in return? Nothing.
jKJritlvely nothing. Now. the value of
a tLing doi-an'i count cne bit with me.
but I do like people to be thoughtful,
and v. ". en I get two or three marked
dov. u -aleu'!are and a jreneral collec
tion f :u.T picked up to send at 1 l.r
last iu-mt".:t wbicb Is not of the least
use to anybody I rebel. So this year
I am going to try to teach them a lesson."
The Januiry Smart Set.
A. C. MARSTERS & CO.
We Want Your Patronage
and as' an inducement we offer U. ;S. P.
Standard Drugs, Fresh Patent Medicines,
High Grade Perfumes, Soaps, Toilet Ai ti
des, and Specialties
want to buy a iarm
want furnished rooms
want to buy a house
want to rent a houhe
want to build a house
want to move a house
If vou don't know FAT
CU on or address .
if;! ''.IJ -ilf
Your K&Bcties sail Timber i
Lands with me. : : : :
R. R. JOHNSON,
I HAVE EASTERN CUSTOMERS
AND CAN SELL
OPPICU IS At ARK Bl OCK.
- ROSEBURG, OR.
Tub Smart Sct for January, 1&01,
opns till new year iih an issue that j
even surpasses its predecessurd in inten- j
sity end variety of interest ami in liier- j
ary merit. The nowlotte, "A SNter to ,
Husbands," bv Caroline. Duur, is a story !
of uxcorrtinnal t li.irm, ingenious and dis-! useless
tinetive, with brisk movement, abund
ant intorost, and a delightful social at
mosphere, in which the intricacies of
of many loves are traced to a final huppi- j
In "Her Creditor." Emory Pottle lias
written a character study of singular
strength, while Cyru1- Townsend Brady's
The Wreck and the Letters," is a nar
rative of real beauty, written around a
plot that is new. Other notable stories
are unne Jim a i.mie mea, an amus
ing bit by Anna A. Uogers; "Thollou e
of the Brain," a psychological tragedy.
by Churchill Williams, and "The im
possible Tiling," a story bubbling with
f'esii humor, by Eleanor A. Hallowell.
among the otiicr writers of excellent
fiction in this number are Elizabeth
Knight Tompki.-.b, Zoe Anderson Norris,
John Kegnaut Ellyson, Duffield Osborno
and II. T. George.
Gelett Uurges, Hayden Carrutli,
Frank Roe Bitchelder, Mrs. Wilpon
Wood row and many more contribute
humor of many sorts, and all capital;
while theie are verses of real worth from
JIaurice Francis Egan, Clinton Scollard,
Fanny Kemblo Johnson, Arthur Macy,
Mabel Earl, Willis Leonard Clanahan,
James Clarence Harvey, Virginia Wood
ward Cloud, Elsa Barker, Samuel Win
turn Peck, Charlotte Becker and others.
The magazine includes also a story in
French, by Mario Petite, ami an account
of the Japanese Geishcs, bv Jason
From this first number of the year,
the reader nuiet augur for Tub Smart
Sktcvcii more than it past phenomenal
"SWiXTTHS TIME 1 WAS IS DAXGKR OF
still deeper hollow, and after much
hard work I succeeded in gathering
quite a pile of pebbles and sea wee I,
on which 1 rested my feet Meantime
my body from the waist up was ex
posed. Even at this I was. iu danger
of falling out or off when the berg
rolled over, as It frequently did. I was
therefore obliged to be constantly on
the alert. Exhausted from my exer
tions and though fearing that sleep
might mean death, I could not resist
the drowsiness that came over me; fo
I fell asleep. When I awoke after a
few hours It was night, and the stars
were In the sky. Though my hands
and feet wore numbed, I did not feel
as cokl as one might Imagine. It is
describing my sensations. I
thought of the sad Christmas mother
Joy of Chrlvtma Tlmr.
Wh! the Christmas season brines a
thri'J of Joy to all the aged wbo have
Hv-1 i-crrf-t lives, yet it is sometimes
; sadOnn! by reminiscences of sins of
; onisii.:i and commission. The ktxiwl-
. M, wwa,u itu .... - -. ft , i . . I
splr!" are shorn of power to do evil
does net always soothe the pangs of
coascieiK-o. But to the youns. to wboin
life in prospect is ail hope and sun
shine, the season is one of unalloyed
Ih1 In addition to health and good
digestion, they hare two patron saint.
"Uttle Jack Horner, wbo sat In th
corn r." ami Santa Clau. wbo. thoug!i
a I'v.tchmnn. Is endeared to the In
fantry of all nations by the hound
less profusion be showers on all na
tionalities. Then are trees saiBcleiitly
stacked up around the market bouse to
carry all the old gentleman's benefac
tions this year, ami they are selling
readily, a testimonial to the improved
prospects of the expectant recipient's
of his bounty.
Numerous, indeed, are the hearts to
which Christmas brings a brief sea
son of happinos and enjoyment. How
many families whose member have
been scattered far and wWe in the rest
less struggle for life are then reunited
KEEPING BOVS ON THE PARA1.
New Organization In Ill-nuU Is Solving
an Old and Hard Problem.
( Litily -vith the !ovrnment goraphicil and geological survey 'of Bral
South America.) '
United States Deputy Mineral Surveyor.
OHiceoverPostomee. ROSEBURG, OREOOM. Correspondence abated
A now movement hm tieen started
among the fawners in Carb mdale, HI.,
wliicli is doing a remarkable work in
solving the problem of koeping the boys
upon the farm. Not only is one of the
gro.it domestic problems, which has puz
zled sociologists for several years, bing
practically solved, but many mi i) r
questions receiving intelligent examina
Alxait eighteen months ago there was
organized the Farmers' relief association
modeled somewhat along the lines of
trades uni nJ, and embodying features,
still alive, of thoeo farmem' organiza
tions that "rose in a night to vai.ish
with the sun." The central idea of the
organization was to jnirfett a more per
fect home, although not invading any of
its sacred prerogatives. Its fout.der, J.
H. England, held tl at if in each sehool
diitrct the families could be brought
closer in touch, the so-.-iety of the di-
trict harmonized, welded and nude con
genial, that the problem would solve'
The society has had a wonderful'
rowth, Seven conn lie in Illinois are ,
now oryanised. Tbroiiihout the central
West inquiries conw to tha national of
ficers for a better kriowledre of i.s work
ings. There k no pohttos whatever
couutrnanced in it.
l-i the Wagoner school district, only .
few miles south of Carbon-tale, is a ;
practical illustration, and there are
many snch over the section of the re-'
amrkable holt! which the new plan has ,
upo:t the communal life of the people.
There i a local lodge of the order, in . '
which all raeidenls are entitled to mem- j
bership. An executive committee, of
whh'h tlte teacher is chairman, governs
the social life of the community. All
parties, entertainment; and social gaih
erings are arrangeil, alw :y with a pur- j
po e in view, and no oti is barrel from . Tl -f alalet, tin. iron, ur am: zrTel ni ail
... ...... , tarUt. .wai. ra t. etc B&rrtoUr. TMiMmllHi
tfie gatherings. IJotb okl awl young are ; -jold m writ. GuiulMd. I'virill pj lo xit Jor Bd )n!ornuuiea.
members of the committee.
go to THE ROSELEAF for
HND SMOKERS' SUPPLIES.
Jackson Street, - - Roseburg, Oregon
I I C A S H I
ROSEBURG JUNK AND HIDE CO.
Pays the highest Cash Price for Hides.
Pelts. Furs, Wool, Tallow, Rubber,
Metils and Scrap Iron of all kinds i
We also sell Second hand Furniture 1
of all kinds at Prices to suit the Times.
Corner of Oak and Rose Sts. Opp. Empire "Stable.
BLATBRITB ia Mneral Rubber i
VOU 3IAV tSTEXB BCILDING
or tlaa It neceSHry to REPLACE A. WOItN-OCT :
i !l pivtttnMl k8ez. rorfixtaad
for ill rlirantei. Hticaitlc la cast.
A complete ;
s-vetem of school district telephone is in :
working orler, the "hello sirl" being in
this cam an old lady who has no other
duties to ierorm. Tlie system costs
los tlian fo a year par family for it." oj
eraiion. Tlie trvke ie excellent, aud
at night the young men aud youns:
ladies pafet many a pkaiant Lour in ex
changing court esiei ami ierhap( ar
ranging for a new home at Yuk-tide. It
is Mirpriri.it: to note the uses for which
the telephone i caliwl into pUy . I'er-hap-i
the hogs have broken utt or the
we nandeied away, ami tint romp of
n.iks- is dijph.ee! ly the telephone. Bor-,
rowing among the p-il i rranred by ,
phone. The sending of pounce u mar
ket i ro a pari of its tenrtre.and hen
the pro-1 nee getd into market the sale y '
cont-iunmated by the merchant at one
end and the farmer at the other, for t-.e
raral system has a line onnertius with
the city s-T.-'etu. Of coonn the rural
mail cani r play-- a dilibct part in the
o-mmuniiy. His comiu: i- eagerly '
wt-l.ed, more ejex'ia lr for the city
daily, which gives th news of the d y,
and hiie tlie youns man or girl i busy
with her lover, a member of a m-ighboi-'
icg family, Uie parents are boy avd-;
inn t!ie news.
A study of the system brine oat tlte i
fact that it create: a Uking for rural life.!
15LATERITE KOOFIXG CO..
u u u
IN LADIES' AND MISSES'
JACKETS and CAPES
$15 00 bow $11 25 $10 00 $7 50
. 14 00 " 10 50 7 50 ' " 5 65
12 50 " 9 40 6 00 " 4 50
1100 " S 25 5 00 " 3 75
S-I'OO bow $3 00
WOLLENSERQ BROS,, Phone 801.
and meet again in that happy state of
and the kids would pass without me j companionship and mutual good will!
and, perhaps, without the old man. and How many oW recollections ami lww
I prayed to Ciod to save me. 1 was j many dormant sympathies does Christ-
glnd when the morning came Christ-1 mas time awaken!
mas morning but I suffered fearfully
from buuger and thirst, esjieclally from
thirst. Christinas day passed over me
like Christmas eve, and at the dawn
of the 20th I gave up hope. Hut one
should never despair even though hun
dreds of miles out at sea on an Ice
berg, for that evening I was taken off
There are tltousands of Ilckwlcks to
day as well as a century ago who enjoy
that sacred time as well as he. Pitts
SmoktBC ttii Clirlstmaa Foot.
In some parts of Kngland tlte custom
Is said still to continue, two days after
the berg by a lioat from the barkentine j old Christmas day. of "smoking the
A number of books belonging to the
public cchool library have been lost.
The return of any of Uicm will be. great
ly appreciated. Will tlfu patrons of the
school kindly look for such hooks in
their private libraries and return any
that may bo found?
A. M. Sakikrs.
,tv Su;j! of School'.
Rea Scrrwnt, commanded by Captain
Ferguson, and bound for the Azores.
The captain treated mc well, and after
staying on the Azores a few weeks I
came to New York in n Liverpool brlg
nntlne. "That Is about nil," concluded the
young fisherman from Nova Scotia.
"And, sny, doctor. I don't want to
Fpcnd no more Christmas dnys on n
berg." Washington Post.
ICHtr'" Clirlatmna Speech.
The church was beautifully decorat
ed with Christmas greens and the air
was laden with their odor. As Uie
service was about to begin little Kitty
pulled her mother's sleeve nnd said In
an awe stricken tone, "Oh, don't It smell
solemn!" Christian Work.
fool" that is, a pile of straw being col
lected and set alight, the "fool" is buns
over It by rope around his waist aud
swung backward ami forward till he
Is nearly dead. Then he goes around
with his cap and collects "what the
spectators think proper to give," ns the
chroniclers express It. In these enter
prising days, when almost any game U
worked that can Induce any one to
give anything. It seems strange thnt no
one has Imported this custom, for It
must be a successful one.
SngrlUIl I'll. Ill l'uiltllnc.
One pound of raisins, seeded; one
pound of currants, well washed; one
quarter of n pound of sliced citron, one
pound of bread crumbs, one pound of
chopped suet, the Juice and grated rind
of n lemon, three eggs, beaten; n pound
j of sugar, n grated nutmeg, n half tea-
spoonful of salt. Mix nil the fruit tuor-
oughly; add the eggs nnd some milk, a
little at a time, adding It carefully, to
make the mixture moist enough to
The Dnivu of Chrttitmti.
Christmas day begins in the middle ,
of the Pacific ocean on the one hun
dred and eightieth parallel of latltudo,
and there Is where Santa Clans starte , bUc1; l0KeUler UIlt uot wot. vm Krcas
uuu enua ma mvai. uuu uuij w
War ot ScrvliiK the Portions
Turkey Left Prom the Pcnat,
After your Christmas dinner you will
ed molds or bowls, covered with cloths
tied tightly over, nnd boll steadily eight
hours or steam them. When wanted
for use, boll again one hour.
rrunc WIill Cnkc.
Make n sponge cake of three eggs,
probably find that you have a goodly j one cup of sugar, one cup of Hour, two
portion of turkey left. This has hap- teaspoons of linking powder and a natr
nened n emit niauv times before, nnd saltsnoon of salt. Hake In two rcund
ns a result ninny ways hnve been do- pans. For the filling chop fine one cup
vised for preparing these left over of stewed prunes. Heat the whites of
scrnps of turkey meat. This does not four eggs to n froth, ndd one tablespoon
mean the largo white slices of the ' of sugar and the prunes. Spread half
breast, for this portion of the meat can ! of this on one layer of cake, put on the
be simply arranged on a platter aud second layer and the remainder of tho
eaten as It Is. prunes and whipped cream on top of
A salad of the white meat of turkey that.
Much amnaenHmt there being a sirrae
band and nnuioallr Hue orchestra in '
the district, satUlW the voting element, j
The home U awne iecUy sr-feroauai -,-rr , , r t T.,...
by being brought into ckr Umch with "" jcwciij
others Discord among tho tamiers Diamonds and Silverware
grows less. The iintoataim: of the farm
ers h ith a cloe bond strengthens all
Kach district is connected with its neigh-'
bors by phone.
Plans are being matured for coki-i
storage plants, sweet potato houses,
small ice factories and other mouWn
conveniences, all owuod ami operated 1
by the school district. The laml of the i
district is rough, although productive.
The farming cla?s does not go above the
average in mental abilitv. The moral
tone has greatly improved. The uf of
intoxicants has grown less while lite re
ligious influence ha enlarge! propor
tional to the pushing out of the bad. Of
iour?e, the Home leauue, the woman's
auxiliary of the relief association, which i
encourages visiting and a bUerknow-i
ledge of domestic cience, has played an ;
important pirt. The association will
prepare an exhibit showing changed j
conditions for the World's Fair, ami ;
hopes to extend ita usefulness to all
There is no other order in the world.
strictly eo-oper.ttivo as it is, that is do
ing fo great a work in retaining the
underlying principle of America's gioat-
ness tho perpetuation of tho farm a
this ono is doing, despite its youth.
Pratical WatclunaKer, Jeweler, Optician.
F. w. RE.VSO.V A . C. MAR5TKP-S, B.C. GALET.
fr5l4aL, Vice President. Caa&le
Douglas County Bank,
KHtubliyvliecJ I883. Incorporated loot
Capital Stock, $50,000.00.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
K. W. BKSSON. It. A. BOOTU J. H. HflOTH. J. T. BKIDilES
J.f.KKU..A.U.MARi;rKRS K.I. MILLER.
A jjeaeral banking business transacted, and customers given every 6
-.reoinmoiation consistent with safe and conservative banking. 0
lkink open from nine to twelve and from one to three. )
Angora Oo.it Show and Sale j
Dallas Oregon, Dec. 15, 103 I
Tlie fifth Annual Angora Goat Show j
aud Sale for the statu of Oregon will bo j
held in Dallas, Polk County, Oregon, on i
Thursday and Friday, January 14 and f
15, 1H04, under the auspices of tho Polk ;
County Mohair Association. The show !
will nlso bo open iu tho evening of thu
first day. Diplonus will bo given to all j
prize winners. o would oo pieaseo to
hear from you, in what class you will
enter, so that wo my make our arrange
Yours for success,
V. S. Grant,
W. A. Aykks,
II. L. Fkxton
We maKe them np right
& guarantee satisfnetion
BOYCE & BENfiTSON
The Up-to-Date Tailors
Bilious Colic Prevented.
Take a double doe of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera nnd Diarrhoea HumiHly
i i i .it i i iil c.ttion of tho dis
ease appears and n threatentxl attack
m iy bo warded off. Hundreds of peoplo
ue thu romo.ly in this way wiU prfers
'.lllHs. For tnlfbv A. C Marstets ft
Stock is now iu from Holland, and it is time to
plant tltem. Write today for onr now catalogue
which tells all. The same catalogue tells about our
ROSES, TRKES and PLANTS.
PORTLAND SEED CO.
Call at, the ollico of the Roseburg Water and Light Co.
and pay your .water aud light bills, on or before the ioth
of each month uid tike advantage of thefdiscount.