He studied his map and knew from the configuration of the town, the river flowing by, that he had reached Roseburg.
If he had had a few cents more in his pocket it might have been Acton, or if a few cents less it might have been Roseburg.
The three days vacation at Roseburg passed much too rapidly for Bill and Bob.
The story of the catch was recounted and with it ended the fishing excursion at Roseburg.
Bill turned along the railroad and instantly searched the ground for the landing field at Roseburg.
When we came back from Roseburg there were but twelve fires burning in the whole state, replied Earl Simmons.