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Oakland, - Oregon 4
me Comfort-. BvertMtiK Beat aud 1
cleeu. StM able Kates, I
THE RACKET STORE,
MRS. IDA Bl'NYAN, Proprietor
MverMMiii xw nt Prieti Kmi.i. Kin ,
(.aulas nil iha lime, u.ve ut i trial.
THIS McCURDY HOTEL,'
'Mrs. A. E. -McCurdy.'rrop'r.
Th bti of uieetloa la ihe uv. Am
E. M. BROOKS,
WATC11MAK KR AMP OPTIQJAMl
AKLAM1, . . . OalQOM
C. ROSS KING & CO.,
TPencaThl, - Oregon
ABATJtL'K l'KAC'I'.CAh WA CHMAKKK
i CORRESPONDENTS' DEPARTMENT S
$L The Continued Story of Current
as Recorded by our Wide
1905 NOVEMBER 1905
Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fr. Sa.
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19 201 22 23 24 25
26 27 28 29 30 "
ow Little Dan Copid Waa Aided In Ilia
Campaign by a City Dalioav
L copsnvsi, f"i
LOSE tbe window. I cannot
stand It!" said the (rirl. thrust
nik' tier h : t pl 11 lm. k iiml forth
In the velvet with trciuhllnit
Bngera The man did aa ba waa loM
atM then toned to tior aroDAactaaty
'I'uu't stand wiiatv" ba naked,
"That noise down In tin- street
tbaaa ganttns rfwUng bona and lieu
n'.ng for pennlea, It's so different froir
from Inst year."
The man did not anawar at ooce, bu
be understood. Ha could aaa it all
the bin dining room at the farm. th
large tuMe In the eabtat with its rlrb
red eieth aiM jnHiii aaaaad lamp, flank
ad on ana side by plates of apptoa MM
nuts and uu the olher by eep.es of ihf
American Fanner and Hie ltiins iir.
t unty Herald.
How they ha 1 loth stood In the do
v.ay til at Inst IbaMUfrivii.g niht t )
.1 Unul glancf at the dear oid room
And the n. st time they hail enteral It
l ow everything bad cbMgtil! Ieu'!i
i'iolnt!nn, the villnire BMManaaV and
i:ie fon-.loj.ure of the morticnue. Ml
tbaaa bad eona to the little farm In
'. ss than twelve mouths. The two
years that Janet hud si ent In the bit;
rity detiyinK herself every thini?. work
Ing in an olllce during the day and In
her studio room at night to send home
.merest money for the mortKHKe. now
represented Just so much uastod time
They bad loth eome from (Vntervllle.
she as a typewrltist and be as a book
U's'por batb fresh from business col
i. ge. The mighty city had demanded
!.:ueh of their .-ountry vitality and en
araTi Ru that they bail seen very little
it eaeh other, eonslderlnn tliat they
bad eome from the same town, yet
somehow both had felt eomforted in
the thnuirlit that the other win within
rench of messenger or telephone.
Janet had lived very mu. h to herself
and her typewriter table, bat Herman
bad managed to see more of thu elty
and ubsorb more of the elty's ways
U. S. Department of Agriculture, Weather Bureau.
Dat;i for Twenty Yciii s
Average higlient temperaturti
Average low temperiaure.
Mean average temperature 4 years
Average total rainfall . . ... ....
ireeb st rainfall
1 owes! rainfall
average No. days .04 of rain fell
' verage snow fall in inches. . . .
Hottest day on record
Col lest, dav ti record
High." i.. 'or'- .-..I. ! of .. InH
Prepared by Th6r.
Events at Ncihborins Points, i
- Awake Newsgatherers
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That was why he bad dlseovensl a da
slrnble restaurant where he could H
euro their table d'hole dinner for
HMBJiskIvIiik day nt the modcrile
prlee of 00 cents eiich.
Now he triad to speak cheerfully and
to avoid looking at the bauds that
trembhtl and the eyes that would till
111 spite of Janet's strenuous efforts to
maintain her composure.
"Hurry up, Janet"' he said. "'Ilir
Hnmona tills np cnrly. you know."
"I would not care If every table was
taken." she replied Impulsively "Oh,
forgive me. Herman, when you are so
kind to think of me today, but Thanks
giving dinner in n restaurant you
know that seems only for the bOUMuil
I ones, and It makes me realize Bora
j than ever that I belong to that el ita
She looked around the room In which
I she had gathered the few family babr
looms brought down from the farm It
did not look homeless to Herman, aud
I Its posslbllltiea as the scene of the
Thanksgiving dinner were brought to
mind as he caught sight of the handle
of a i haling dish sticking out from the
cretonne cupboard curtain.
"I say, Janet, we won't go out. We'll
; cook dinner right here."
She sat down very suddenly and
stansl at blm.
"Start Thanksgiving dinner at 12
o'clock?" she aakad bait bitterly. "Aad
will you please tell me how you can
-.k a dinner by the aid of one oil
stove not guaranteed to work and R
.-hating dish built for two?"
"Daad easy." was bis reply as he
buttoned up Ills ovcrciMtt anil Nttfbad
for his tint. "You till the oil stove and
get the dialing dish ready and set out
, your table, and I'll do the rest."
Ilefore she could nsk nny more QUOS
i lions the door closed behind him. Me
ehaiileally she removed her hat ami
reached for the gingham apron wh l
she used when preparing her bnv k
fasts nnd luncheons. Her dinners she
always t.xik nt a nearby restaunn.t
She lifted the typewriter from Ita table
nnd bid It iu the closet. Then she
spread u newspaper over the table
That would do for the culinary depart.
uieiit. she affluatt
She removed the student lamp from
the center table and spread upon it a
aqoaaa ptaca of plain linen, ban lad
down by (Jnindinother Harris. Then
she went to a trunk which she had
never opened since the day It left the
farm, and one by one she lifted out
the treasured p'eees of family crock'
ery. There were tears in her eye, now,
and they were not bitter tears. She
iM gan to fis'l strangely .-.intent. The
idea that Barman might fail to pn-
dnce the viands for the feast never
entered her head. Somehow or other
he had always ni-eompllshed wlint he
started tu do ever since the day he had
bra rad Fanner Qraan'a bull to steal
for her a certain red cheeked apple
which she coveted.
WhM she heard Herman's Hep at
the door she wns just putting the
chrysanthemum he hnd brought her to
wear Into n slender vase to gmca the
.-enter of the table.
A i aha tlung open the door she fairly
u"iJis The bund la he carrbsl In el
tlier arm rose above his shoulder She
lit down weakly on a flat looped
trunk by the "kitchen tnble" to watch
him unpack the bundles. He checked
off aacb pneknge
"fine can chicken noup. one bottle
pickled onions, two turkey drumsticks,
ditto slices of white meat, smiling und
gravy, one tin pall of cranberry Jelly,
one wooden dish hllisl with mashad po
tatoes, one can lima beans, one stalk
celery, one mince pie ijust see bow
thick It Is with real ralslnsb, one sack
of nuts (have you got a hammer?) and
two applaa "
Janet loofcad at the remarkable com
btaatton with eyes tnnnsl sudilenly
"Herman, that coal you more than I
table d'hote dinner would, atnl now
how are we going to cook It?"
"Most of it was co iked at the dell
SBtaaaan shop, and haven't we two
stoves, or as good as two stoves? Iraw
out that oil contraption of yours."
She sprang to her feet. In a few mo
UaotS the teakettle was boiling and
tiie water was ready to S)iir over the
coffee In the lltlli French pot, which
was then left to drip, The cranberry
lance and the rest of the cold dishes
were set forth In bravo army on the
chlnn from the farm.
W hile the soup cooked .in ibe chnf-
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:i 'in mii I "h "i .
Gibson U, foraotMt ol'fiiccil,
CnvvJed 0 t
Owlni to (he sheriff's delinquent tax
Mia Doming, la l-te ntwl Ih need ( it
balm published in tim is-m, ooaeldera
bin matter 1 1 an i ii eoeeaarHy crowded
iiul, Inn nill appear in i cxt le.iic.
a ere all heated in n big siiucepnn ove:
Ibn o'l stove, and WboO the soup wa
sen eil the l eans took Us place In tin
dialing dUh And lite two young poo
pic who hid forgotten to be homesick
and heartsick Seated themselves nt el
thcr end of n ridiculously small Thank"
gh lug dinner table.
At last they sat over their nuts and
raisins. Lest year they had eaten
Ihein In front of a Muring tiro, lu
stlnethely Janet glanced townnla ra
dlatOT In a distant corner of (he room
It did not look cheerful, but the steam
was escaping merrily from the valve
and that was something to be thankful
for. Then she looked back at Herman
She ought to be thankful for him too
Sin gave n little sigh of contentment
He lookisl up quickly. It sounded like
"Do you know." she said wondering
ly, "I never loppoeed this place could
he so much like home."
"Home Is what pe iple make It
what two people make It," be cor
He had stopped picking over Ihe nuts
now and his bands were clasped under
the table. He did not want her to sec
that they WOTS shaking He had made
the plunge so suddenly!
"I don't think this loom Is lust what
we ought t have, but we can get a
nice little lint of three or four rooms
ami you would not have to stop your
work, so long as you like It so much
but are would make sun- the front
nun was cheerful and light for yon
to write In I think It's a sure rare
for homesickness for botb of us."
She sat staring at him. nt first stolid
ly; then gradually the isilor .nine Into
her dus ks nnd the expression on her
"I don't understand." she said, but
Herman knew that she understood blm
"I am Just offering you n prcscrlp
Hon, signed it. Blake, It, I. to be
taken tbree times a duy. breakfast
dinner and supper a husband and a
cozy little tint."
Janet was regaining her isunposure.
"With dolloeteaooa eookiBjtf
"Weii," in- maintained stoutly, "it la
considerably better than mhw restnu
rant 10' I. and when S-ollanl it 'o
wake up to an appreciation of my real
worth yoti can queen it over a real Mat
atnl a real maid"
"I think 1 will try the pn-scrlptlon ."
And that is why llcnunn Blake hns
always maintained that while most
men win their brldis ly th' aid of the
florist or the candy maker he w.sssl
Juliet through a dMIcateoaOn shop.
Think.Hl Ian In HftwHll.
The American cttJaeneea in BawMI
can serve n Thanksgiving feast truly
American If she docs not wish to re
strict It to the primitive simplicity of
thanks and a hunk of brend fruit trest,
from the tree. Tin- Hawaiian towns
have their markets, and in that tern
perate climate everything enn !
raissi that can f grown elsewhere
For years the American church In Hon
olulu has had Impressive Thanksgiving
services, and the American Indira ill
ways decorate the building with flow
era and appear on that day In their
best new gowns.- Newark Call.
S'lw br KiiwrlFtii'r,
Mrs. Hasher let her boardON decide
by vole whether the turkey the Old he
boiled, routed, broiled, fried, stewed
or f r1cassK?d."
"What w as the doeUtOBf
"The boarders were gov 'anted by past
experience and votisl unanimously thai
the turkey be put through all the proc
Couldn't Keep Up.
"She went west at the age of eight
eu to grow up with the country."
"How did she succeed ?"
"Not very well. She Is still eighteen."
Recognizing Her Enemy.
"She Is so tender hearted she
wouldn't hurt a worm."
"You should see her with blood to
ber aye after a tnothmlller."
Liter In the Week.
Mary Ordered little lamb
Knr thai she touched 'h button
Hut by the tints th' waller .-ama
TI10 thins Ii ul turned lO mutton.
"Bhe doesn't like Ice cream, "
"It is pretty cheap, lau't Ur
They wear like iron, those famous
gon Buckskin pi ntf. Made in Ore
gon, out ol pure Oit-ion woo!, they beat
thai world lot wrrmtb and service.
i.u'U lindjlhc right ie at .loi ephson's.
Station tit Rosuhurc Oregon
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5 U. S. WfATHiH BUREAU, LOCAL OFFICE, RIISEfiURC, ORECON j
(9 Week endtac Wodneoday, 6 p. m...Nov, 15,1006 0)
) ru (e
j& Maximum Temporal mv s 9)
( Minimum Toinpeialiiio 84 )
J Rainfall for Wmi m i
5 Total Kainfall .since 1st of Montli
(1 averago praolpitation forthii montli for 88jroan Ie48
Total rainfall from Sept. 1, 1906, to datl 8.70
Average rainfall from Sept. I to date 677
Total tunas from Sent. I. 1006. to date 2.07
avenge precipitation for 28
Notice to the Public.
Hiving finished a complete course
In Optometry in reputable Collage
of Ophthalmology in Chicago 1 am
now prepared to make thorough Ml
animation of the eyes, and to fit
vImmi accordingly. Ryea examined
free. I '.lasses titled, BM t ll lenses
oaaagad every month, if naeaaaaryi to
F. KIRKPATRICK, M. D . Oph. D.
RIDDLE, - OREGON
Fine TurKeys and ChicKens
Btobm Oobblora, fully matnred, l
to U years old. Weigh 86 to 40 lbs,
hen torkaya, fully matured, areigh
20 to 27 list. Finest stock in state.
MRS. J. H. SHORT, ROSEBURC. ORECON
I he long looked lor I mind at last
All forms of lung trouble,
luch ;is Hemorrhage Pneu
monia, Coll on the Lunga,
Tubereuloaii of the Lunga, 01
Cough earned by any form oi
luujj troublo, cured by Cole's
Consumption Cure. M a d e
and sold by
Mrmu ckiik urn trauma uri
J. B. RIDDLE, Prop'r.
1-irst Class Accommodations.
Bverything neat and clean.
Bar in Connection
Pino LiqUOM of all Kinds arc
kept constantly on liand.
Riddle, - - Orc-omi
Tliere will be s Masquerade Hill, ill
Hiinsaker's II. il. Myrtle Creek, Ore.,
011 Thanksgiving night. You are sll in
vito! to attend.
Re nor us
i oaaacTio kaoh wkck.
what Cine, laeiOii parkesheli 14 assies
nejllej valley. 70r.
(ihu So. i wiiiti- reea, :t'M' seshsl rrsy, Hi
Bar lay Pssd, uu ets triad , MLMl tailed,
Ku tMMtl'topet eeaial,
ny Batsra oispae Tlatetby, lienatAieai
rallsy Umotti;, HUPIUl alever. Met to ; s'i
fruiu Apples, statta pel uoai peerfi MttOJ
7 jht l,.ix.
Veieiehlsi csbbigs, M PM poued i rsuii
iiowr, mi pei eeeea i eeletr, hmmi at pet ii.. .
sora,ta psff aaeki pusipeias, ,."iic peeadi
uni, tlctpis peeadi turulHi mi, '.ill i.i ps,
uses. catroM, T&saildi pet taaki beats. Use
ti iu pn ateki
ooleai Orefoa Yellew Daarsrs,n uni aaob
Putatow OrafMi laaefi at ati.oo pei
eaatatoBi an . Hateed Hwestt, h per i luaa.
ai m. Koliey OteeaUfl T6a lut roll
kkk Oregon teaeki Weak pit thMse,
Poullry- Avi rsgf ulit linn IP., IV. , , yiiuns
taenafi, akaUei IP 181 ti'v i. ', dreSMd
sbleaeaa, i."i . larksys. lite, Irtaits:
eaasa, Use. tetesi duckii t-i oi psi aoaan,
Hopi Oiefoa, IMti ciioi. ,'. ud i." aids,
Wool Kaatera Oitfao svursi!,- b it, tat pai
pooad , lower gredss dowa to 1m souordlng to
slirlokaau: vslley, rw. pei pouadi atobab,
In-. a lltttus il Lull... .' i " I'l l pOUUd06Wi,
j,-1 seaaln Maeis, Ml M .
Vui Pmeali IS "' i"'r pound
MaiUiii--DrimMil laaey, He r miuii. , ouli
nsry, eatei laatbi, no.
Pork I'rtettl BJ in i'" poun.i.
J. K. Hawyers, lawyer and notary
public. Ollioe npslaira in Uoiigluii
('oiiuty lluak Building. tf
Marshal .lurvis arrested four inmates
nl the house ol ill lame, known as " I he
High Board", for getting into a Scrap
among themselves, City Kooudcr Or
nit annoi-hud In lines again -I tine,, ,,
lie women and tlie other wan iriven u
Ouatar," to get out of town.
wet najoni 18.18
GIBSON. OBSERVFrt g
MAIL SCHfOULE, ROSEBURC POS I OFFICE
Ma.ll . I.W.S. fur rll. Immiii.I Ifslili si S si.
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J. R. ROBINSON,
en vHiciAN am. itiaaaoM
Painter and Decorator,
Riddle, - Oregon
RIDDLE MEAT MARKET,
W. J.. Nichols, Proprietor
i mt Meals st sH UaeMt taut la wuud. tiio
ii. .1 thu Butrkai sfluei..
klOPUf, . . MUMOM
Ira I!. Riddle, Proprietor,
Riddle, - . Oregon
Riddle Livery Stable
J. B. RIDDLE, Prop'r
(iood lurnouts on Short Notice
Best of oaro taken of teams
and rigi left in thin Stable.
Located near the Hotel
Kiddle, . . Oregon
FINE CHICKENS FOR SALE.
rtaa Bull Leg born Cockerels ami Huff
Plymouth Book Oookareli lorsalo. lu
Muire of G. W. Thompson, Kdcubower,
or address box Ol.Kosuburg.
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