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gjgW gg "KINO GOODB
WE HAVE RECFIVED' OUR LINE OF SPRING GOODS
In bin dross pw wo have ALL the latest styles, in Woolens, Silk Shirt Waists, Suite and
Cotton Coods. also a full lino of Novelties.
For Men, Youths and Hens wo have the best lino of flothinK in the city, in STYLE, CUT and
WORKMANSHIP. WK LEAD.
Hofore making your purchases in spring goods look at our line.
THE PEOPLE'S STORE
IURVEY JONES, Proprietor
RaUs $1.00 per day and upward
Meals served from 6 a. m. to 7 p.
New Brick. New Furnishings.
Prompt Sen-ices. Opposite the
S. P. Depot Grounds . .
LATEST MILD DRINKS
Our candies are the
highest grade goods in
town. Comparison is
the only true test and
the one we always win
out on. When it comes
to high grade and de
licious goods we have
This reliable Expectorate Cough
Cure is hard to beat for the winter
coughs. It has both expectoralin
and sedative qualities, checks exces
sive coughing yet promotes expecto
ration and therefore helps the re
spiratory tract to throw off any of
A full 4 oz bottle for 25c,
Shop one door south of Mrs. Fast-
man's Jackson St.
Nothing but the BEST LEATHER
Wood and hay for sale,
with J. F. Barker Sc Co.
Plan will fur
n 1 b jonr
b o 1.1 e ' o m
plete on easy
MUST BE A
WE'VE GOT THE GOODS
WE MUST HAVE
; CARPETS, MATTING'S,
IbmIb l armu: heavy weave
35, 55, 60, 75
- Hfh riecurni'. special, per
mmmm Carpc-U the latest style; rich
A. X. Menisten" Brass -lis:
beautiful deinns, per yaru - iBi.oJ
THE LATEST FAD IN CURTAINS, 50C. TO $7.00 A
DELAYS ARE DANGEROUS
E T A I L
RICE & RICE
THE HOUSE FURNISHERS
Local and Personal.
For guaranteed dental work g- to lr.
A. Burr, the enterprising piauo
is in fort land on business.
0 V. Tavlor. the S. 1
I in this citv on business last week
Whole and cracked corn for sale by the
Pongias County flouring Mills, tf
. Siaaesoa, of Wilbur, was a Kose
Wmh visitor last week.
in this k
Hartin, of Flournoy Valley, was
it y on business Wednesday.
U.N Moore, of
acting business in
Kuckles. was trans
Roseburg last week.
Sheriff H. T. McClallen was called to
Glendale this morning on ollicial busi
ness. Ed. Cochran, w ile anil children spent
Mii'day in Wilbur with Mr. Cochran's
udee H. L Benson,
v -ited his brother,
Bessfeai last week.
of Klamath F"alls
Attornev F. W.
Fre 1 Chapman, of the
Drag toa, spent Sunday
t:es at Wilbur.
Countv Cterk Agee was looking after
otlicial business in Oakland a couple of
days last week.
A marriage license has be;n issued to
Elrv Cose and Miss Augusta Craven,
lth ol this count v.
County Surveyor Chas. I.oberts went
i Dillard this morning to do some sur
ving in that vicinitv.
H. C Siocom we nt to Portland last
if t to sjen 1 a few days on a combined
business and pleasure trip.
K. Shannon Taylor and wife, of Oak
land, spent Sunday in this city, the
guests of ti.eir daughter, Mrs. W. P.
The Uaapqaa bakery is now located
in its new building on Cass street,
next door to the Cass bireet mea. mar
ket. aS tf
Miss Ciara Riddle has resigned her
- as postmistress at Riddle and the
residents are waiting anxiously to hear
who the new postmaster or poetmistress
is to be.
The new railroad from Bedford to
Crater i.ake is now an assured fact, as a
large Mock of stock has been subscribed
and contracts let grading. The road will
open up a large tract of rich country.
Miss Adel Mulkev, of Myrtle Creek,
; is visiting with Mrs. M. A. Wertz and
j family, prior to entering upon her
duties as teacher of Pieasant Grove
school on Monday. Grants Pass Ob
server. The first base ball game ol the season
took place on the Rose Paric grounds
Sunday between the Roseburg High
School and Edenbower teams. The
High School team was the victor by a
9core of 9 to t.
There 1ns been no damage from frosts
in this vicinity. The lowest tempera
ture of the month of March 18, 34
decrees. This luonth has been remark
ably wirm. The total rainfall was 3 1-2
inches, wbme the average for 27 years
M been pratically 4 inches.
J. V.. Sawyers, lawyer
public. Office up stairs
County Bank Building.
Turkey Eggs White Holland turkey
eggs for sale at ( per eleven. A. Khwab,
Gervais, Ore. alO p
Plan will fnr
boms co in
nlete on easy
WE'VE COT THE
and choice coiorlnc:
durable; per yard.
AND 80 CENTS
designs, per yard. 65, 75 80
1. Johnson, dentist, Grave's
C. O. White and wife and B. M. Ar
mitage, of Myrtle Creek, were in Rose
burg on business last week.
All curable diseases respond more
readily to Oaliopatbic treatment than
by auv other known method.
There are few people that realite the
great lenefits derived from Osteopathic
treatment, until they have tried it.
You should investigate.
Miss Margarita Fischer, of the Fisclver
Opera Co., which is showing in Marsh
lie d at present, is down with appendig
citis, and is in the Marshtield hospital.
A Kiddle correspondent says: Mrs.
Vokiun of this place s now attending
her daughter, Mrs. Emory Mnrelers ol
Roseburg who is quite sick at that
Mrs. Clara Starmer, of Koseburg, a
niece of Binger Hermann, is visiting in
Ashland, being a guest of Mrs. S. II.
Holt, who is a relative of her husband.
B. Fenton arrived in this city from
Myrtle Point last night with a party con
sisting of Dr. Burnett and wife, Mrs. hi.
G. I'erkins and Mrs. White. The part
left for Portland on thia morning's local.
Horace T. Jones, inspector in the
general land department attached to
t lie Koseburg land omce, left Ihureday
afternoon lor Portland after spending a
few days in this city on business for the ,
department. Albany Herald.
John Ryan, who for the past three
years has been employed as pressman
at the Rt view office, has resigned his
position and purchased a half-interest
in the Job Printing office of W. Dale
Geo. A. Steele, returned Friday from a
trip up the north I'mpqua where he went
: with a crew of men for the river work.
; Mr. E 11. Hicks has retured from Port-
land, where he attended the convention
' of the Baptist Ministery of Oregon.
W. Thompson, who is residing on
the Barker place in Edenbower made
this office a very pleasant call Satnrday.
Mr. Thompson tells us that the outlook
for fruits and vegtables are tine in Eden
bower and that he expects a second crop
of fine strawberries.
Miss Rose Emmitt, of Coles Valley,
has picked some tine lemons from a tree
2't or 3 feet high, grown by her in Coles
Valley. A sample lemon exhibited at
this office was large and well developed.
The bush contained about one dozen ful
ly deve loped lemons.
Lieutenant-Colonel Frank Taylor, 19th
Infantry, who one time inspected the
local militia company is soon to be pro
moted to the rank of brigadier general
and retired. Col. Taylor joined the reg
ular army as a private soldier in October
18i0 and served through the various
grades of a non-commissioned officer be
fore entering a commission in the army.
Easing A Snyder's immense produc
tion of Arthur's famous temperance gem,
"Ten Nights in a Bar Room" will be
elaborately staged at the Koseburg thea
ter Wednesday evening April 5. A
modern revival which is said by pulpit,
press and public to outclass any at
tempt ever made before. Don't miss
this grand moral drama, that is a lesson
to both young anc' old. True to life
delinators, of folly, misery, madness
and crime caused by the brutal vice
On the first page of the Plaindealer
toJay will be seen an orginal cartoon
drawn by the young cartoonist, Volney
Dixon, who is holding a position as
sketch artist on the I ' Diversity of Ore
gon Journal at Kugene. The cartoon
represents the assessor ladenad with the
numerous blanks with which he is sup
plied this year, the folding of which is
prohibited and which therefore adds to
their bulk in carrying them about by
the various deputy assessors. This is
a decidedly clever. piece of work both as
to its orginality of design and excellent
execution, and again demonstrates the
fact that Mr. Dixon is certainly to win
fame among the celebrated cartoonists
and sketch artists of our country. He
is a Roseburg boy.
Hon. E. D. Stratford, formerly editor
of the Plaindealer but now engaged in
the practice of law at Eldorado, his old
Kansas home, returned to this city Fri
day on business and received a hearty
greeting from his many old Roseburg
friends. Mr. Stratford was among those
indicted by the Portland grand jury for
direct or indirect connection with the
land fraud.casee but he iundijturbed bv
uie ci.arge Hanging over him and is
amused at the assertion repeatedly made
in the Portland papers that he is a "fug
itive from justice." Thursday's Tele
gram stated that Mr. Stratford "is still
believed to be somewhere in Kansas."
Mr. Stratford returned to Portland Sat
urday. He reports his family all in
good health. He did not know until a
few days ago that be had been indicted
and then learned it through private
sources. The officials were evidently
not very anxious to find him.
Fritr Stauffer and T. B. Cannon
visited friends in Oakland last week.
C. A. Bauker of Oak Creek, is register
ed at the Hotel McClallen.
I. C. Kent, of Brockway, was in this
city on buaii.ess Friday.
Brakeman R. M. Peck is visiting his
father, who is very ill at Siseon, Cal.
Miss Maude Maiden is in Oregon City
doing canvassing for religions work.
Mr. Chris Johnson and Miss Alice
Fisher visited friends at Drain last
Prof. J. H. Cochran, of Mcdford, is in
the city visiting friends and attending to
Hon. Willis Kramer of Myrtle Creek
is transacting business at the county
The Cinpijua bakery is now located
in its new building on Cass street,
next door to the Cass street meat mar
ket, ai) tf
Conductor Harry Bicket is laying off
and he and his family will leave tomor
row for Portland for a short visit.
Conductor R. E. Veatch is laying off,
and W. W. Bonebrake is takiug his
Conductor F. M. Parrish and Brake
man F. K. Fierkert are taking a short
Mrs. tieorge Singleton, of Roseburg is
visiting her mother, Mrs. Roach, in Ash
Now is the time
is the result.
to take your Osteo
A permanent cure
If you are sick see the Osteopathic
Physician. Don't delay. Good things
Prof. George Jones has gone to lialet
ville, where he w ill take charge of the
County School Superintendent F". B.
Hamlin made a business visit to points
in North Douglas last week.
Mrs H. K. Fenton, of Ashland, is the
guest of her brother Monroe Fenton, of
K. T. Davis, who has Uen laying off
for several weeks, has again reported for
The I'mpqua bakery is now located
in iu new building on Caas street,
, K "... .tnwt mt m.r.
1-ee Harrington left on this morning's
overland for Poitland, where he will be
employed by the O. W. P. A R. Co.
J. T. Bridges returned Snnday even
ing from Portland, and returned to that
city on this morning's local.
F.lmer Giles returned to Rose burg
this morning after spending Sunday in
Cottage Grove with friends.
Frederick A. Kribs, the timber dealer,
spent Friday and Saturday in this city
Passenger Brakeman Hubert Wright
is laying off having not yet recover. 1
from an injury to hit spine received sev
eral months ago.
Mrs Martha Smith has returned
from an enjoyable visit with her dau
ghter who resides at Fall Creek, Ijine
Miss Mary Currin, of the telegraph
department in the local 'phone office,
spent Sunday in Cottage (irove visiting
We note from the columns of the
Owoaso, Mich., Argus that Schlatter,
the divine healer who was in Koseburg
several years ago, is' preaching in Owoa
so. Mrs K. Autenreith who has been
visiting relatives and friends in San
Francisco and Los Angeles and other
California points, returned home Friday
There will be several very attractive
specialties introduced at the amateur
show "Capt. Racket" tonight. The
Koseburg orchestra will open the per
formance with one of the most laugha
ble musical specialties ever produced in
this city, the impersonator of a village
orchestra in grand concert. Mrs. Hazel
Steiner will sing the illustrated song,
"Neath Oregon's Tall Pines." Mr. Carl
H. Robinson will also sing a popular il
lustrated song and show several stereop"
ticon views of the Lewis and Clark and
St. Louis Exposition. "Captain Rack
et" is one of the most laughable farce
comedies ever presented and will un
doubtedly give the best of satisfaction.
The leading roles are in the hands of
Roy Bellows, in the title role and Miss
Gertrude Rast as Clarice. Koseburg's
two most popular and accomplished
amateurs. Don't miss it.
Mrs. M. Howard has a quilt on ex
hibition at the drug store which is out
of the ordinary. The many illustrations
thereon are commemorative of the early
settlement of Oregon and the progress
the state has since made. Lewis and
Clark, the battleship Oregon, a stamp
mill, the capitol building, and even the
names of the present legislative repre
sentatives are all there. The quilt will
in a short time be sent to the Iewis and
Clark Kx posit ion at Portland De
positions were taken in our city Thurs
day in the case of the land-suit between
Miss Kl 1 iff and George W. Marvin.
Dexter Rica, of Roseburg, represented
the Elliffs, and J. C. Fullerton support
ed the side of Mr. Marvin. J. B. Riddle
of Riddle, served as. referee. Testimony
was also taken in the divorce of W. F.
Minard, who formerly was in business
in our city, and who was here yester
day. Both cases will come up before
the circuit court at its next session
RAYMOND At Days Creek, Sunday
March 26, 1906, to Mr. and Mrs. W
H. Raymond, a ton pound boy.
Local Theatrical Company
The Roseburg Amateurs will appear
in the Farce-Comedy, Captain Racket,
at the Roseburg Theater Monday April
3, 1905. Following is the cast of charac
Captain Racket, of the National GuardB,
a lawyer when he has nothing else to
do, a liar all the time . . .Roy Bellows
Ohadiah Dawson, his uncle from Japan
(where they make tea)
Timothy Tollman, his friend, who mar
ried for money, and is sorry for it
M. F. Wright
Mr. Dalroy, his father-in-law, a jolly
cove Thos. Carlon
Hobson, a waiter from Cafe Glorina
Mrs. Tollman, a lady with a temper,
who finds her Timothy a vexation of
spirit Agnes Pitchford
Katie, a mischievous maid .Eva Messier
Clarence, the captain's pretty wife out
for a lark, and up to everything aw
ful Gertrude Rast
Act L Place, Tim's country home on
the Hudson, near New York. Time, a
breezy morning in September. The
Captain's fancy takes Might, anil the
Act II. The same place the next
morning. How one yarn requires an
other. "The greatest liar unhung."
The trouble now increases and the Cap
tain prepares for war.
Act III. Place, ; the same time, ev
ening of the same day. More "misery,"
a general muddle. "Dance or you'll
die." Cornered at last. The Captain
owns up. All serene.
Specialties betw.-en acts by the Rail
road Quartette, and illustrated songs by
Mrs. Hazel Sleiner.
Ml'MCAL PRO.IHM BY KOBBM. ORCHICSTKA
Two Step, "The Topllners"
Between acts 1 and II.
Inscriptive piece, "The Village Orches
tra" Percy Gaunt
The Bangtown Crossroads Orchestra
after practicing all winter, derided to
give a concert . the e veil t i u 1 evening ar
rives, every member feels bimeell an
artist and determines to be heard, as
his U-st girl is there. Result, "A bowl
Between acts II and III.
Jolly Fellows Waltz . . . R. Tollstedt
I '.an 1 concert ill the evening in front
Fine Pianos for Little Money.
Never baton in the history of South
ern Oregon, has there been such a dis
play of tine pianos and organs. grapline
and email instruments, as Burrs Music
House is showing to the public.
On Mr. Burr's recent trip east, he se
cured some rare instruments at soma
Mtartling low price, and he is going to
tfive his patrons the !enetit of some ex
tremely low tignres. Think of a bran
new Kimball piano in an anti)ne oak
case, one of Chicago's best products for
1315.00; one lovelv bran new Jacob Doll
in a burl walnut case t.'HS.OO, an 1 will
accept $15 .00 down and $ per month
A bran new Shurman piano, th it we
have known other dealers to ask $330.00
to $U).00;f rour price, if takn at once
$'-M.t.0o. We also have a few bargains
in second hand or used pianos
one of Kimball in a black case in per
fect condition (or $175. another piano
used only three years for $lrvi. We also
h v, j so-ne rare bargins in organs but
tp-'.-'- w.ll not permit us to rennmerate
We are agents for the Columbia. Vic
tor, Zonophnne. Talkaphone, and K.ii
son machines and we constantly carry
a stock of (mm tw-nly to thirty ma
chines for you to select from, easy pay
ment if desired.
Ssull lai rasMats.
Our stock of violins, mandolin- and
guitars were never so complete as now,
and if you will call at our store we will
convince you that our price are one
third lower than ever offered in Sooth
ern Oregon before.
Call or write for prices todav
W. A. BURR, Music House.
Lewis and Clark School Exhibit!
lhe executive committee has ordered
five cabinets to contain the D .iulas
County Educational Exhibit for the
l.ewis and Clark Fair.
The time for preparing these exhibits
has been extended to April 20th. Schools
are urged to send in their work by that
A small supply of paper is still on
hand which will be furnished to any
school needing the same for exhibit
work upon application to the Co. Supt.
F. B. Hamlin, Supt
Handkerchief and Collar Bazaar.
The members of the V. P. S. C. E. of
the Christian church will hold a Hand
kerchief and Collar Baxaar, ou Saturday
April 15th, at which time fancy hand
kerchiefs and collars will lie for sale. A
market day sale will be held at the same
time and place. The patronage of all is
solicited. The place will lie an
nounced later. a 13
The above reward will be paid by the
County Court, for information leading
to the arrest and conviction of the per
son or persons that shot and killed
Jacob J, Reuter, near the mouth of lit
tle Canyon, Douglas county tion March
Dated thisdav April 3rd, 1905.
M. D. Thompson, County Judge.
Conductor W. B. Johnson is laying off
this week and visiting with his son who
has just returned from the Philippines
w here he has lieen for the past seven
Mrs. Alice Kced aged SS years, a resi
dent of Glendale, was t. day examined
by Dr. J. C. Twitched and adjudged in
sane and will be taken to the asylum at
Salem on tonight's overland.
To Advertisers. The judicious Rose
bug advertisers should not forget the
twice-a-week Plaindealer. It circulates
throughout the length and breadth of
the Cmpua valley and it is capable of
helping wonderfuly in extending the
trade of Roseburg hiimueea men, which
will be good for all the people of the
Nfcw Shirt Waist Suits. New Shirt Waists.
New Ladies' Shirts. New Silks for Shirt
Waist Suits. New Tan Shoes for Ladies.
First Opening of Ladies' Gage Street Hats on Tuesday, fiarch 14
THE BIG STORE
A Speedy Des
ers, Rats, Hice,
Remaining uncalled for at
barg po.t office
Anderson Oilbert -i
Buodick A C
By ran Mr Orover
Broakan Mattie A
Bstker Mr K H
Carter Mr H S
MacOregor Mrs M
Mercer Mrs Orace
Nelson B I .:'
Parker Una B
Kennoidson Mrs A
Rogers Mrs Katie
Connor Miss Annie Robinson Wm
Fulton C W
liray Mr I
Jeas Mr Maude
Sherwood B F
Slocum Mr B A
Sheckler Mrs Kvr
Wadliesh Mr B L -Whit
worth Mr J F
Moore Mr John
1'ersons calling for thee letters
please state the date on w hich they
advertised. Apr. S, 1905.
The letters will be charged for at the
rate of one cent each.
C. W. Parks
Disease and Sk knees Bring Old Age
Herbine, taken every morning before
breakfast, will keep you in robust
health, tit you to ward off disease. It
cures constipation, billiousneas, dyspep
sia, fever skin, lives and kidney com
plaints. It purifies the blood and clears
Mrs. IV W. Mnith, Whitney. Texas,
writes April 3, 1901 : "I have used
Herbine, and find it the best medicine
for constipation and liver troubles. It
les all you claim for it.
I can highly recommend it. 50c.
Sold by A. C. Marsters A Co.
W. 0. W. CONVENTION
AT LOS ANGELES
The Southern Pacific Company will
fell, on April LM3-H, round trip tickets
to I.os Angeles, at greatly reduced rates,
on account of convention of Woodmen
of the World, and Women of Woodcraft,
to lie held at Los Angeles, April ISth
1905. Call on nearest Southern Pacific
I Aent for rale9 ni' fuU reticulars.
A Dandy for Burns.
Bergin, Pana, III., write:
have used Ballard's Snow Liniment :
always recommended it to ray friends,
as I am confident there is no better
made. 'It is a dandy for burns.' Those
who live on farms are especially liable
to many accidental cuts, burns, brui.-aes.
which heal rapidly when Ballard's Snow
Liniment is applied. It should always
be kept in the house for cases of emerg
ency." 25c, 50c and 11 00 Sold by A.
C. Marsters ,t Co.
Haroun's School Sold.
Eugene, Or., March 2S. The Kugene
Business College, the institution con
ducted by F. S. Haroun, before his ar
rest for obtaining money under false
pretenses, has been purchased by At
torneys L. Bilyeu and C. M. Kissinger,
of this city, who will for the present
have someone to conduct it, and the
classes will be resumed. They intend
to dispose of it to someone who know s
the bmenvesa. In addition to Professor
FCdwards, of Albany College, who has
been here with a view to purchasing the
school, Mr. Richardson, of the Albany
FHectric Business College, is here today
with that purpose in view. A sale will
probabiy be made w ithin a few days
Haroun is still in jail, betmf unable to
secure $250 bonds.
Roy Stearns, a merchant, banker and
stock dealer of Oakland, Or., was in Ash
land this week looking after some wool,
and visited the ranch of Hon. J. S. Her
rin while here. Record.
MARSTERS & CO.
Town Lots For Sale
Choice building lots in Kinney's im
- td plat of Roseburg. near Main
pireet. .xd title. Price $50 per lot.
A idrees. X. A. Richabdb. tf
Farm For Sale
A gc-l 100-acre farm for sale, 11 mMes
east of K.ieeburg. Ore.. 10 acres under
cultivation, a small orchard of 4-year
old trees bearing, berries under cultiva
tion : a .yi 8-room house and good
barn. A bargain. Address. Box 3S,
Koseburg, Ore. a!7 p
Read All of This.
For sale A good, first class, well pay
Kea.n for se '.ling Engaged in other
Good buy This store is a good buy
for some one Secanse of location, clean
ness of stock and good trade.
Price Twelve hundred dollars.
Partner Would take partner f jr '-j or
!4 int. if be would take charge of busi
ness at reasonable salarv besides his
share of profits.
Address Box Mi. Koseburg, m!3
Fine Watches and Jewelry
Clingenpeel. the jeweler, engtaver.
optician and watchmaker has just re -
ceived a fine new stock of clocks, ladies'
watch fobs, rings, watches and other
fine jewelry from which he has removed
the tariff, which places it within reach
of all. Call and see him. Next door to
S. L Wyanotts
Kggs for sale at $1.00 per setting
K. Mynatl. Koseburg, Oregon,
Bheoautk Pains Qakkh Believes.
The excrucating pains characteristic
of rheumatism and sciatica are quickly
relieved by applying Chamberlain's
Pain Balm. The great pain relieving
power of the liniment has been the sur
prise and delight of thousands of suffer
ers. The ijtiick relief from pain which
it affords is alone worth many times its
cost. For sale by A. C, Marsters A Co.
"That Awful Aunt," watch for her,
she is coming to Roseburg. Date will
be given later.
BEST PREPARED PAINT
Js the strongest factor of
a well kept home
f AIT f 1 1 IN ITS WEAK
TRUE IN ITS IAIM0NV
SI Rt IN ITS ECONOMY
Made- In Sixty Invltlna Shades
READY FOR USE
put up sa
Oaart. nal-Oalea. Mea Caas: 5
Buckets; Batt-Bauds aotf Barrels
Sold By 5. K. SYKES
Phone agl - - - Roseburg, Ore.
To Gophers and
The best article
wet prepared for the
destruction of these
Farming- lachinery Repaired
JA1ES ARKAMCE S .HacMae Sfeas
Repair Engines. Bo Lie. s, Aaloaaotaels. Bicycles.
sUt kinds ol Mill Machinery Farm Machinery.
Lava Mowers, ail kinds of Gria&Bf and Polish -
taa lone a: the Car Wi
Souca ran nnder this head win be charged for
at the rate of one ataaa word for two :r. traces.
No adTeiUsexnenia taken for !ess than ten cents
WANTED A competent housekeeper. Ad-
A. T. Ambrose. Yooeaila, Orea-oa.
WANTED To exchange a good btcvcle for a
dr. ring none. Apply to box Et. Boseoonj. Or.
WANTED 1 to 4 lots In Bxebmrg. ccatral,
with or without improvements : price must be
right : cash Address 1 O. box . Bosebarg.
F. A A. M. La ore. Lodge No.
U :u da racular meetings on
and f artb Wedneadars of
month. J. T. Banwaa, W. M.
N". T. J iwrrr, Secretary.
r. O. BLKS . Roseburg Lodge No.
26. Hoids reguar common sca
lier, e at L O. O. F. Hall oa second
and fourth ThorsdaTs at each moath.
All members requested to attend
1 imrli and all viai ting brothers are eardi-
ally invited to attend.
C. b. Cia , K. R,
Rot McClallfs, Secretary.
CO. D, 1st SEPARATE BATTALLION
O.N. G., meets at Armory Hail erary
rhBrakiwv mim at ft atrw-k.
f. B. Hamum,
O. O. F. Philetarian Lodge No. S.
Meets in Odd Fallows' Temple, cor
ner Jackson and Oasa tisata, on
Saturday evening of each weak. Mem
bers of the order in good standing art
invited to attend.
H. O. Lewis, N. G.
N.T. Jiwrrr, Seersury.
of P. Alpha Lodge No. 47. Meat
everv Wednesday, in I. O. O. F
Hall a'. 7 :30 p. m. Members
good standing are invited to attend
Jaa. A. I kkky. 0
M. F. Wright, K. of R. A S.
I LAC CIRCLE. No. 49, Women of
Woodcraft. Meets on 2nd and 4th
Thursdays of each month at the I.
O. O. F. Hall. Visiting mam beta la
good standing are invited to attend.
Mae. A. B. Fkxlb. Guardian Neighbor.
Bell Morian, Caaaa
Second and Fourth Thursdays.
E. 8. Rose bora Chapter No. 8
Holds their regular meeting oa the
first and third Thursdays Ta each
nonth. Visiting members in good
tan ding are respectfully invited to at
tend. Maude Rast, W. M.
Regina Rast Secretary.
KITED ART1SAKS, Umpqua As
sembly No. 105, meets second and
fourth Saturdavs of each month, in
Native Sons' hall. Visiting members
will receive a cordial welcome.
A. C. M IKSTKRS, M. A.
Minnie Josae, Secretary.
IOODMEN OF THE WORLD.-
Came No. 126. Meets at the
Fellows' Hall, in Roseburg.
drat and third Monday evening. Visit
ing neighbors always welcome.
J. M. Bridges, CO.
N. T. Jawrrr. Clerk.
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Box No. 756, Rose barg, Oregon.