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THE ASHLAND ADVERTISER.
ASHLAND, JACKSON COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6. IWK.
THE FARMER WON.
FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
Hchwefcr Considers It the Hhortest
Gaine of Ills Life.
Western Division... Judge H. K. Hanna
Judge II. L. BeiiHon
Some year« ago,” said a «jxirting
Prosecuting Att’y.. _____ C. B. Watso ’ man, “when Sciiaefcr kept a billiard
Mem. Board Equal. ........... R. A. Eiurnitt room in this city, he was always ready
to ¡»lay all comer« who de«ir<«d a game.
Judge,.......................... ........... W. S.Cr«»well I Many si ranger« and jxmiji I i « unknown to
IG. S. Butler
Schaefer naturally «trolhsl in; many,
Conuuissioneis,........ ........ (M. Perrv
too, w ho probably (lid not know’him.
Recorder..................... .... Peter Applegate But it made no difference to Schm fer.
Sheriff........................ ............... Alex Orme Honietime« stranger« would «lesire to
Senator....................... ... .Theo. Cameron I lay for money, but this Hchucfer would
iE. V. Carter
ui ver do. To all «uch projMisition« he
Representatives,........ -J Matthew Stewart would say: ’No, 1 won’t [day for mon
( E. A. Siu rw in
ey, but I’ll tell you what I will do— I
L. L. Jacobs w ill play a game, the loner to treat the
School Sup’t ............ ......... G. A. Gregory house. ’
Assessor....................... ... J. C. Pendleton
“One «lay an old farmer ent«-red the
Purveyor...................... ............. G. T. Jones
Coroner...................... ............. Chas Hines [ lace, and after wandering alsmt look
ing at the picture« <>n the wall« and ex
. . Milton Berrv 1 amining the tables he asked if thcr««
Constable,.................. ................M. N. Long 1 was any one present who would like to
CITY OF ASHLAND.
[day him a game of billianla. Schaefer,
Mayor.............. ........... ............... J. P. Dodge J as usual, said that he would play th««
.... ,.. J. W. O. Gregory stranger.
Street Commissioner, .... J. W. Hatcher |
“ How much shall we play for?’ ask
Ml ton Bin.
...II. C. G ilev !
“’I never play for money,’ replied
. . .. 1. C 1 lodge
Supt. Water Works, .
Survey« r...................... . . J . Le-lie C irlx-tf Schaefer, ‘but I will play you for the
Attorney,..................... ............... E D. BriggK drinks for the house.’
“ ‘AU right,’ «aid the fanner, * I low
cot NCtLMKN :
E. F. Loonii.«, F. 11. Carter, W. A. Pat many [xiints. shall we play?’
rick. A. C. Dixon, G. W. Crowson, D. L.
“ *0h, ’ replied Schaefer «lemur« ly in
all the consciouKiiesN of his «u[xrior
Regular meeting« of city council held in jxiwers, ’we’ll just play until you are
council chamber- in city hall on the even satisfied, and we will call that a game.’
ing of the first Monday in es< Ii month.
«< The crow«! nnilcd as th«» players
prepared for the contest Th«« balls were
placed on the tabl«*, and S«’haefcr
brought «>ut Ins favorite cue, and it fell
ELIZ/A A. INGALLS,
to bis lot to ojs-u the game.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
“The opening shot in a billiard game
.. . •• i.iVv
u ' ,£* ail
, ««I. ’it ,
Special Attention to Diaeaaea of the Eyo.
through indifference, niissisl ft. He not
Opposite Wiiite Sulphur Springs House.
only mi«si«l it, but left the balls «do«*1
A shland , • I kegon .
tiigether m ar one of tile cushion«. It
was what is termed in billianl [Miriams«
I)R. J. K. READER.
a ‘«et up.’
“The ol«l farmer carefully chalked
hi« cue, and after deliberation mini«« the
Chronic diseases and disease« of women shot. He then gazi <1 at the balls a mo
ment, laid down his cue an«l exclaimed:
“ * 1 am sutisfit <1. ’
Residence ami office, Cor. Gresham and
“The won» was then 1 to 0 in favor
Vista St«., near South School.
of the old farmer, but as Schaefer had
agree«! to make the game a« long or
Jiort as the farmer desired he had to l«<
Scha« t> r of course had to in-
PAINLF.-H 1: \ 1 RACTION.
vitcall present, including his <•onquenir,
to partake of the h< -pitalitv «if th«»
DR. C. W. BARR,
house. A h th«- crow d laughed and drank
Scha« fer remarked that the game was
1.0. O. F. BUILDINS,
the shortest ho had ever played, and
probably the shortest on record. ”
ALL KINDS OF FILLINGS CAR ftijll Y *’.D S ' LtrilLLY
Cucumber« For the «kin.
QEO. W. I REFREN,
ATTORNEY-at-LAW and NOTARY PUBLIC.
MAIN ST., NEAR BRIDGE,
Collection« a Specialty.
L. R- ULEN,
LATHING AND PLASTERING,
ASHLAND, JACKSON CO,,
Choice City Property, Orchard« and
Farm« for Sale. Houses for Rent,
City Property to Exch. for Farms.
DEPEAT BLOCK MAIN ST.
for Job Printing.
“A flue skin?” «aid a girl to a New
Y«>rk Times reporter complacently.
“Well, I do think my skin has im
proved a little, ami I am using only a
natural cosmetic. What do you think?
Cucumbers? Oh, yes, 1 eat plenty of
them, and I believe they are healthful
in hot weather, but Itesidcs that 1 take
the thick pooling«, if I am at home, and
rub them on my face, and also on th«1
backs of my hand«. It ih the cucumb« r
juice which i« so whitening, and which
is also an astringent and keeps the pore«
from becoming coarse. It is uhc <1 in the
best face cream«. If I am at home, I
use the cucumber peelings, but away it
is no trouble to lake a few slices of co
cumber, before the dr«-sing has been put
on, from the table. It is a good thing.
Just try it if you don’t think ho .”
The Fit «if a Mho««.
It i« an oxploded idea that corn« are
caused by tight shoes only. An ill fit
ting boot, bo it tight or loose, will
work harm. A shoe must fit, closely and
smoothly without being so tight as to
pinch at any point and yet not so loose
uh to work up and down and rub the
tender fle«h. Low shoe«, when new,
often blister the heel« by slipping just
a little a« the wearer walks To prevent
this it i« well to rub the inside of the
shoe at the heel with soap before put
ting it on.
Faithful Into Death.
Their lU-autlful Curl«.
On the point of courage we have not
A fat woman, with a baby large
yet seen in print a very notable instance enough to reach out and grab at what
that i« current in service circles. It, re
ever excited it« interest, boarded a
1 it1« to one of the numerous heroic but Third avenue open car yesterday morn
u.-eleHH struggles on the northwe«t fron ing and nettle«l down in the thir«l seat
tier of India when our men were sent i from the front. On the «eat in front of
forward to carry positions that had to I the fat w< man were two young women
be relinquished a« soon as occupied. in freshly starched shirt wai«t« an«l
When the men were retiring, harassed high collars. Two beautiful cut I h atrag-
bv the fire of the hilJsmen and bewil- glod carelessly out of the braids «>n th«
< ered by the growing darkness, a party back of each girl’s head and hung down
of 13 went astray and found themselves over her collar. A dozen men whow’erc
in a position where resiHlanco and re
in th«» «eat« b<:biu«l watchod these curls
t’eat were alike hopeh-s«. They were as they hung in the prevailing fashion
exposed without protection and were and swayed gently in the br«;ze us the
shot down one by’ one.
«•ar pa«H<«l a cross Htreet. They were
When their comrade« retook the val immaculate curls, and perhaps an unso-
ley and discovered the bodies they dis phi«ticaled man or two may-have won-
covered also the evidence« of a rare act dered how young wonieh whnsu front
O' courage, devotion and cool judgment,
hair was so «traight had coaxed their
b nowing that their end had come, and.
l>a« k hair into such perfect curia, ’«he
1, owing further that every !,«•«• Metford fat woman gland at them and then be
r *!tj that fell into the hands of the Af gan to doze. Her baby lucked at the
ridi« meant the loss of many English <>thcr pasHengen around her listlessly
iizcs, the men had extracted th«’ breech until th«« two pairs of swaying curls
if. ks from the rifles and hurled them caught her eye-, and then «Im began to
d' Wn the ravine, sc. that the rifles when reach < jui for them. Baby’s arms were
t ikon should be tiHelex« to their captor«.
t«x) short. The mother 1-. ke«l forward
- London Saturday Review.
as the car camo to u sud«l< .’i stop, and
the baby gripped a pair of curls in «ach
The Nag nr anti the f iddle.
hand. The car stai b <1 Ht that moment
and back fioppetl the fat woman and the
Here is a story that the Into Freder
baby, an«l in tn«? latti r’s hands wen
irk Douglass nsi <1 to tell «bout himself,
say« the Bnffalo Express. Once when the curl«, one pair in ea«»h hand, and
each pair attached securely to a hairpiu.
hn was in Dublin he felt very lonesome».
He was wumbring about the stn-eLs The young w< men in trout felt the
v hen he wils attracted by’ two violins tugs. Their hands w> nt back to search
for th«» curls, an«l then they turu*.«!
in the w indow of a secondhan I «baler.
F «slerick entered ami asked the price around. The fat woman was stili doz
ing. The babv was ch ickling with glee
of one of the instrument«.
“Five «hillings, «or, ” «ai«l the Irish over her prizes, un«l u dozen men were
smiling < agerly.
“^V^, ’ )>ewr ,’’ sajd «io .J tj,),. girl <^
xf- ,i, r; i: tune-l th« violin end b> gan
■ s hijii caught sight or her Carls.
t< play ••Kn’my (load to Dublin. ” Soon
“Isn’t it awful?” «aid the other, an«l
the proprietor’« wifo heard the music
and « nterisl the rear d«x»r. Then Fred each girl grabbed the hand which held
erick started in on ’’The Irish Washer her curls and opened it by force. The
woman, "and the couple began to «lance babv began to cry and its mother awak
for dear life When the music and ing ami seeing two young women twist
«lancing stopped, Frederick tendered the ing it« wrists protested volubly in Ger
dealer 5 shillings, but hi« |w*rformance man. The girls secured their curls and
on the violin bad greatly < nhanoed its flounced off the car at the next corner,
folkiwed by polysyllable words from the
value in the mind «if th«« «torekeeper,
and ns he hurrml away to a place of child’« mother, who ha«i not discovered
the cuuhc of the attack. The German
security be «•x-biinnd:
“If a black nagurean git «ich churn « woman was angry when she left th«?
out of that fiddle, I'll never sell it at car, but the baby was chuckling as if it
hu<l been in the joke.—New York Sun.
any price, tiegoirahf”
Effect «if the ••E«trn«lrr."
Not Murli of a Relief.
The women who affect shirt waists
have I sm n affording a puzzle of late to
tin- masculine eye in that they resom*
bled in no small degn e a fl»x k of jxiut-
er pigeons. The cans«' is “the shirt
waist extender,” a device of cotton net
ting and whalebone, which materially
assists the feminine curve. Today a
Twenty-third street men bant placed
«onioon view in the window of hi« shop,
whether to attract th«- feminine eye or
to reveal the deception to the masculine
could not !>«• determined. Women are
certainly growing mon- complex with
every «lay, testing man’s faith t > the
limit,.—New York Letter.
Crusty Old Unde—Well, William.
I’ve decided that you needn’t pay back
the |o0 you got from me last summer
I'm going to make you a present of it.
Reckless Nephew —Thanks!
(’rusty Old Unch—Well, that’s not
a very enthusiastic way you have of ac
knowledging my generosity i thought
you'd be overjoyed at getting this debt
off your mind.
Reckless Nephew—Oh. it hasn’t been
bothering me! I bod no intention of
fiaying you anyway. -Cleveland Leader
For «onio skiiiH which cannot Htand
constant washing, but needing to be
cleaiiHed after a walk or ride by other
means than soap and water, lait vir
ginal i« a delicious preparation and is
rmulu as follow«: A pint of rose, orange
flower or elder flower water, half an
ounce of the simple tincture of benzoin
and ten drops of the tin< tore of myrrh
The Policeman What’s your trade?
The Suspect-—An ironw orker
”1« that so? I’ll see what yon know
about it f used to be in the trade my
”1— I mean in a laundry
Fairbank’s White Star soap We per
box—régulai w holcsale price— until pres
ent stock is exhausted . Wm. Hevener.
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