The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907, March 28, 1901, Image 6

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    Da»g«r«s« ■«•■•■ay.
Finest Train
In the World
Shiloh’s
Consumption
To Chicago by Daylight. Cure
Electr c lighted, Steam heated.
The Badger State Express—
Tlie finest day train running
between St. Paul and Chicago
via. the Short Line. Connec­
tions from the West via.
The Northern Pacific,
Great Northern,
And Canadian Pacific Ry«
W>-I-«• < t«A
best line between Omaha
St Paul and Minneapolis. All agents sell
tickets via. "The North-Western Line.
W. M. HEAD, G. A. • H. L. S1SLER T A.
S48 Alder St., Portland Ogn.
Best of
Everything.
cures coughs and colds at
once. We don’t wean that it
relieves you for a little while
—it cures. It has been doing
this for half a century. It has
saved hundreds of thousands
of lives. It will save yours if
you jjive it a chance.
“I have received so much benefit from it, that
I a iways recommeud Shiloh’s for coughs,
throat, bronchial and lung trouble.”
CHAS. \ ANDHRCAR, Waterford» N. Y.
In a word this tells of the passenger
service via.
The North-Western Line.
3 Trains daily between St. Paul and
Chicago comprising
BATEST PULLMAN SLEEPERS,
PEERLESS DINING CARS.
LIBRARY LND OBSERVATION CARS,
FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS.
The 20th Centurv Trains—THE
NORTH-WESTERN LIMIT­
ED—runs every dav of the year.
GO EAST
G reat N orthern
VIA
RAILWAY.
Shortest and Quickest Line
TO
ST. PALL, DULCTH, MINNEAPOLIS,CHICAGO
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers
Dining and Buffet Smoking Library Cars.
BAILY TRAINS; FAST TIME: SERVICE
AND SCENERY UNEQUALED.
Tickets to points East, via Portland and the
GREAT NORTHERN RY., on sale at sny
Southern Pacific Depot Ticket Office, or
GREAT NORTHERN Ticket Olfice
PORTLAND.
122 Third Street.
For Rates. Folders and full information
regarding Eastern Trip, cal on or address
A. B. C. DENNISTON.
City Pass, and Ticket Agent, Portlan
Chicago, Rock Island &
Shiloh*» Consumption Cure I» wold by all
druggist» nt iSc. SO«*, »1-00 » butti«-. A
printed guarantee go«» with every bottle.
If you are not Mtl.lled go to your druggist
and get your money back.
Make your trip East pleasant and comfo-l-
able by using the Great Rock Island PVKSOS-
ALLY COSDUCVED BXCCfHMOWs ip tourisls
sleeping cars which go East every week of the
year via Salt Lake City and the
SCENIC LINE.
Pullmaa sleeping cars every day to Chicago
Tell vour ticket agent you want your ticket
over the Great Rock Island Route from Denver.
All ticket agents sell them Write lor
folders
A E. COOPER.
\
G. A . Portland. Oregon
St. Mary’s Academy,
Jacksonville, Oregon.
BSTABUSHED IN 186»
Tin: school ooatinues the careful training
and thorough Inst roc Won for which it is favor­
ably known.
The Music Department
Is always In charge of oom pete nt and exper­
ienced teachers. Hoard and tuition per session
of twenty weeks, fUM. Studies will be resum­
ed September 3. 1800.
For prospectus, address
SISTERS OF THE HOLY NAMES.
UNION
LIVERY FEED SALE
Stables,
JACKSONVILLE - -
OREGON.
Orders for Hacks, Buggies and Riding Horses
promptly attended to.
Feeding done at reasonable ra’es. Heat of
care taken to prevent accidents, but «111 be re-
■ mnslble for none should they occur.
Will refuse to do livery »or« on sredlt.
UEOKIIEN LEWIS, Prop.
¡If YOU WISH TO ADVERTISE J
>
[
IN NEWSPAPERS •
ANYWHERH AT ANYTIME
Gall 0« or W-IU
■B.C. DAKE’S ADVERTISING AGENCI
Silas cl. Day
NOTARY PUBLIC and
REAL ESTATE AG’T.
I have a Number of FlneFarms and other
Desirable Property In my bauds for
Sale.
The impatient man at the lunch
counter looked hastily over the bill of
fare and made his selection.
Tills was comparatively easy.
Then he undertook to attract the at­
tention of one of the four or five over­
worked girls who were trying to feed
50 hungry customers at once.
Tills was not so easy.
“Say, you!” lie called to the one who
was hurrying l»y with her arms full of
soiled dishes nud her mind full of or­
ders.
She paused a fraction of a second,
uud he said:
“BrlUg me some boiled beef witli
horse radish sauce.”
With a half nod she disappeared be­
hind tlie swinging doors that hid the
kitchen from tlie view of profane eyes.
After the lapse of two or three min­
utes, which iuterval of time ho occu­
pied In drumming on the counter with
bls lingers, she reappeared with va­
rious collections of provender that had
been ordered by other customers.
“Got my boiled beef with horse radish
Hance?” he asked her savagely as she
passed him.
"Walt a minute,” she said.
Unloading her collection of supplies,
she hurried back for something to com­
plete a partially filled order.
“I want my boiled beef with horse
radish sauce this time!” be called after
her still more fiercely.
She nodded.
After making another trip or two she
suddenly stopped in front of him.
“What is your order, sir?” she asked.
“B-bring me,” he exclaimed, stutter­
ing with wrath, “some b-bolled horse
with beef radisli sauce!’’—Chicago Trib­
une.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and
acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system. Send for testimonials, fiee.
Address F J. CHtNEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hadi’s Family Pills are the best.
Salt For Corn Weevils.
X
That the corn weevil is not fond of
salt is shown apparently by some let-
adT Pro’ll nt reply made to all letters. Charg
ters received at the department of ag­
es in accordance with rhe times
Refers, by permission, Hon. H. K. Hanna
riculture. Corn was stored in sacks
judge of the 1st Judcial District, and to any
which bail contained salt alongside of
business house in Jacksonville.
PEOPLE OF THE DAY
SILA« J. DAY
some other corn in new sacks. The
Professor Michael I. Pupln of Colum­ latter were Infested with weevils, but
the salty sacks were untroubled. Lnter
bia university Is the latest star in the
a regular experiment was made along
field of applied electricity. Professor these lines, giving exactly similar re­
Pupin has invented an improved at­ sults. The salt In the bags seemed
tachment for long distance telephone to repel the weevils and acted as a suf­
and telegraph wires. The purpose of ficient protection, the corn in the fresh
this addition to wires and cables Is bags being nearly destroyed. The for­
to maintain, by re-enforcement, the mula recommended Is one quart of
strength and volume of the current. rough salt to two gallons of water, the
which, under present methods, becomes sacks to be sprinkled welL
weakened when traveling great dis­
Remarkable Cures of Rheumatism,
tances. Professor Pupin's Induction coils
Mysteriou
S cotch R emedy
Don’t Rub It tn
Mmp’v wet the afflicted p-rt freely
with the remedy aud tn a few min­
utes the pa:n is gone.
The best physicians n«e it,
prescribe it md unite with the
general public in saying :
S toma Remedy is Ike best
external remedy known.''
Sold by all druggists at 50 cents
From the Vindicator, Rutherfordton, N. C.
SAS FRANCISCO
The Kinel You Have Ahvnys Bought, and which has been
in use l'or over 30 years, has borne the Hlgnatnre of
and has been made under Ills per­
sonal supervision nince its infhncy.
Allow no one todecelve you In this.
Ail Counterfeits, Imitations and “ Just-as-good” are but
Experiment* that trifle with and endanger the health of
infants and Children—Experience against Experiment«
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor OH, Pare-
goric, Drops and Noothing Syrups. It is Pleasunt, It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotio
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness, It cures Diarrhaea anti Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
mid Flatulency, It assimilates the Food, r<*ifiilatrs the
Stomach and Howels, giving healthy ami natural sleep.
The Children’s Panacea—The Mother’s Friend,
GENUINE
CASTORIA
In Use For Over 30 Years.
YWf CCNTAUfl COMPANY, TV MURRAY STREET, NEW VONN Of TV-
TERRIBLE
Nervous Diseases
tenths of the women in the
world. Women should know oi
Moore’s Revealed
J*ir»a parili«
rubi thè
bjaod of all
ita impuri-
ile», and
t-. ir^e« all
U u ’. k impuri-
** -r_ _____ _•
prevents Ured feel­
ing«, staggering nen-
rauorm, palpitation
of he.<rt, r>uh of
blood to the head,
dizziness, ringing in
ears, suola bet >re tlie
eyes twada- ho, h.l-
ioukne-s.<*ousti itati- *n
<>f bowel», pains in
iho l_»,ui;-.aiKJi>"y,
long 1. a c< at«-d, foul
brea.lt, piuiplM on
face, b-aly aud ii’iih,
dediuearuervo fon e
dizzy spells, fa nt
»¡>•11», cobi, cl itmny
I-et nnd lim i», zoi.r
tUitga, fci gun, in­
somnia, and all d >f
< a-ca or I !><t stomach,
liver nnd knln- >
Its wonderful effectiveness in
these diseases has made it thous­
f
DR. JORDAN’S
J
(MUSEUM OF ANATOMY^
oscat
Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney Trouble.
:
Denver & Rio Grande R. R.
LIPPINCOTTS
The Best in Current Literature
Pnaa. A Ticket
A«reot
Your Cold Curea for oo. I General
DENVER,
COL.
<«<«l Cvre
AHcCtiou»-
Surxuparilla
visit
Oet !>r. .’liten’
tie« through
tiatiirr'lu««
proper chan
nel,. Joy*«
V e get s bl •
Fir.-apnril1«t
cure, Dy»
/ov’d Vegetable
Digests what you eat.
NO CONTINUED STORIES
•
•4 mntle frn-1
«erb«. mid
* cun lain« no
m i n c r a 1
—
Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure
EVERY NUMBER COMPLETE IN ITSELF
lOY'S VEGETABLE SAHIAPAglLL*.
are the serious misfortune nine-
A Japanese paper. The Japaaeae f 1061 MARKET KT . SAM FRANCISCO CAL 9
(*msin 8lgui*o4 U«mihJ
A
American Weekly Nows, lias t>een £
started in New York. At tlie bead of
Th* lnr<»-t Anatomical Mn$w» A
the first page, which would be the last
(Jrrutrji( nf.’rnrrkm <n
City. A \
w^idierffU tiyhljvr vuti sf «.
in an American paper, tlie name is giv-,
n>aUnr<»ra, or any comrart- a
en in English as well ns In Japanese:
•d
I vely riirral ly V
th* oidot M|»*rin.tat<»n ma FacMAa .
characters. In the lntter the sign fori
t uaau Eataoilabad 36 y**ra
A
tlie sun represents "Ja|HUiese.” ant! the
M. JM9AN-FKIVATE D1SEAMS \ I
sign of rice represents “American.’’
T«-««« «new and «nl<l«lt« r
.«.« n.e> who uro piifforlH« A
The paper has four small pages and is
(ram th« rftVch of youthful li.ffi— y
PROFESSOR MICHAEL I. PUPtX
lithographed from band written copy,
creUona or • iwin « tn ruatnrar a
yean, N«rv>n>5 and phraicju
11ty , Ina- F
are Intended to overcome resistance, as Htill done with many paper* and pe­ v
\ |H»t4*nc7. Leat
la nil
\
A
cation«;
6j>*nuut«rrte«wn,
7*r«b«fl*eM»r-
*
It artificially digests the food and aids which Is a formidable obstacle in long riodicals.
\ rhtra, GannrrlMM, <J1« b *. Frrqu«M»ry K
Nature in strengthening and recon­ distance wire service, especially In the
J «»f Vrinntlnff, rie. Ir * oumbtnutIon of A
▼ n*rn«di«a, oC*r*at curatlva p*/w«r, the H’Ktor Y
structing the exhausted digestive or­ case of a submarine cable. When the
A haa $o arranff«>! his troatm«G I i>i»t It
not A
F only aff'nl Trnmed at« rwllvf bat n«ruiau«nl F
gans. It isthelatestdiscovered digest­
\ cure. 111« Doctor
not claim t« pwrfnrm a
ant and tonic. No other preparation new system is |>erfected. it Is said, tel­
f mlrmjtm. bnt la well kanwa 1« 0« a UAr awd r
\ *jtiRrw FhyMHan and Hwrgeoe, nr«-«aiinaa< \
can approach It in efficiency. It in­ ephoning between this country and Eu­
A lu hi* specialty OleeM««« of M nm . * »
A
stantly relieves and permanently cures rope will be a simple matter. Pro­
\ NY mi 1.1« th<»mn«hly NTMioatod taMi \
Dvspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, fessor Pupin has sold his patents to a
I
NFRtmu vHtboul the w« of
A
JTra«NM fitted by an KvparL ■adlNWl \
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, big American telegraph and telephone
. i mrr for Mwpteare, A qotek «wd rodtaal A
Sick neadache, Gastralgia, Cramps and company for $.500,000 ami a royalty of
p^fnr Fllwa. ttamr* *rv! PI «Mt tea» to T
! Dr. Jurdan't ap«rlal ¡ ma la tern mat*
all other results of imperfect digestion. $15,000 per year for 17 years, the pe­
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis­ 4
FVFJIY MAM aeplvtoCteua
Price 50r. and H. Large slat contains IM times
i ®nr Anrwwt nnOU/m of in»♦*»»»la*»»1
courages
and
lessens
ambition;
beauty,
vigor
riod
covered
by
the
patents.
small she. Book all about dyspepsia mailed free
I
IT« w4U gwrwnteP o
and cheerfulness soon a wrry ruae w« u«Mterfn*«.
Prepared by E. C. De WITT a CO- Chicago
Cofia»rite(l«N FHKH «ewUCr
disappear when the kid­ 9
\ CHARQEfi TKUY RKM)
Kathleen Green a Portrns.
neys are out of order A Traaunmit p«rw»naily or by
\ Write fne
PWIM
Miss Kathleen Haydn Green, the lord
or diseased.
iHAWUA«»*. Mfln.aoFto
Kidney trouble has T boolSTman.) CJall Or write
mayor of London’s eldest daughter. Is
become so prevalent 9 or mOAM A 00.. IO6I M
a poet. She has been writing for some
that it is not uncommon
-N3IW 'lisina ‘ W V ISSU 'N I
years; but, according to her own c<m-
for a child to be born
¡»JJ |WIU»r
4 tvi
fession, she did not take herself seri­
-MauwAJOA» P|OS ATO
P afflicted with weak kid­
ously until five or six years ago. when
neys. If the child urin-
site began to contribute poems to vari­
_____ .
ates too often, if the
ous well known periodicals and maga­ urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child
zines. These |>oetns have been collect­ reaches an age when it should be able to
...Sceaic Lioe of the Worid...
ed and published, with some additions. control the passage, it Is yet afflicted with
bed-wetting,
depend
upon
it.
the
cause
of
In a neat little volume, dedicated “to
all whose counsel, crltleism and en­ the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first
-»saa Pin i X vmiv
couragement have availed In the mak­ step should be towards the treatment of
these important organs. This unpleasant
Chotoc of Twv Route« through the famotiH
'UVAJJ «/««(y
ing of this book."
trouble i3 due to a diseased condition of the
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as Rocky Mountain Scenery
Paderewski n Wine Grower.
most people suppose..
And Four Roules K».t of
Women as well as men are made mis­
Pueblo and Denver .......
At a charming summer residence at
erable
with
kidney
and
bladder
trouble,
Morges, on the lake of Geneva, amid
and both need the same great remedy. All PMMDKor. irrantnd a <1»r »top-ovor In the
Aomiu Copi t» I or anrwhor« bo tween G«den
fir forests and vineyards. Paderewski The mild and the immediate effect of
M»1 ikon» I*-‘rw«»11 y <-mulu«^i Tuwrtut
leads a delightful life when making Swamp-Root is soon realized, it is sold
W«iillw three <l»y. • week to
holiday and resting from tlie strain by druggists, in fifty-
and excitement of the concert plat­ cent and one dollar
MONTHLY MAGAZINE*
I Ornaba, Kansas City, St. Loois, Chfc^o
form. Ills broad acres of vineyards sizes. You may hare a
and the East.
A F amily L ibrary
are the finest In the country round and sample bottle by mail
___ _
at time of vintage the great musician free, also pamphlet tell- t « m or sw»«i,.Root. For Ticket* and anj Io form at Ion IU«>r(lln«
IlBtofl. Houtnfl, etc., or Tor Dcflcrlptivw Ad
may be seen any day superintending Ing all about it. including many of tks
wwtifllng Mat tor. call on A gon la of (Mm
12 C omplete N ovel * Y early
the g:.i[H* gatherers and the prelimi­ thousands of testimonial letters receded
«tin Rail
A N»vl««lion Co., Ore
from
sufferers
cured.
In
writing
Dr.
Kilmer
ffon Short Line or Hout burn
MANY SHORT STORIES ANO
nary preparation of the wiue until it
& Co.. Binghamton, N. Y., be sure and
(».mpftnlefl
PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS
is carried off In great butts on bullock
r ention this paper.
carts
__________________________________
$2.50 PER YEAR ; 25 CT«. A CORY
( S. K. Hooper,
R. G. Vichol,
RAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
3«y*w for thA Jutled an« ti**d
Health tor all Mankind.
Blumauer-Frank Drug Co.
The Japnnene-Anirrlcan.
ALWAYS
The Kind You Have Always Bought
The editor of the Vindicator has had
occasion to test t he efficacy of Charn- ands of friends.
berlin’s Pain Balm twice with the
most remarkable results In each case.
$1.00 per bottle at the
First, with rheumatism In tlie shoul­
der, from which tie suffered excruciat­
Drug Store.
ing pain for ten days, which was re­
lieved with two applications of the
Pain Biilm, rubbing the parts afflicted
and realizing instant benefit and en­
tire relief in a very short time. Sec­
ond, it/ rheumatism in thigh joint,al­
WHOLESALE AGENTS.
most prostrating lnm with severe pain,
which was relieved by two applica­ PORTLAND.
OREGON
tions, rubbing with the liniment on
retiring at nigtit, and getting up free
from pain. Sold by City Drugstore.
SCOTCH REMEDY CO.
Western tgtoev
64 a 6$ Mecchanti’ Exchange
♦«**>*<>»>»*»■<***
A Sergeant*» Surprise.
HUMOR OFTHE HOUR.
“When Indians were being recruited
Write for illustrated book on consumption. Sen* for the regular army, said a western
without t«»t to you. S. C. Well» «« Co., LcRuy, N.Y. representative, “it was the custom to
give them civilized names. Down at
Fort Apache army officers were re­
cruiting Yumas and Apaches. A re­
cruitlug sergeant was naming them.
Finally a company had been formed,
JACKSONVILLE OR.
anil the first sergeant, who was an
American, went out to the front and
center to report his company to the
commanding officer.
“ ‘Company D, sir, four privates ab-
sent.’
‘“Who are they? asked the com-
mantling officer.
Abstracts made to Titles of
“ ‘Jay Gould. Cornelius Vanderbilt,
Lands.
Joe Jefferson and Russell Sage, str.’ A Good Cough Medicine for Children.
LEGAL DOCUMENTS.
shouted the sergeant.”—New York
Of all kind drawn up especially pertaining to
“I have no hesitancy in recommenc­
World.
the settlement of estates
ing Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy,”
says F. P. Moran, a well-known and
Onto, C ity or T oledo ,
Accounts Oollected, Prompt Remittance, S tate or Luc
is C ounty ,
popular baker of Petersburg, Va.
F rank J. ttutNSY muses oath that he is the "We nave given it to our children
MONEY LOANED.
seoior partner tn the fitin of F J. chenky
Co. doing business in the city of Toledo, county when troubled with bad coughs, also
Investment securities a specialty. Jackson and state aforesaid, and that said firm will pul whooping cough, and It lias always
□ounty Scrip bought and sold.
the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS (,,r
Lt was
I have a complete set of maps of all survey d each aud every case of catarrh that cannot be given perfect satisfaction.
lands in this county, and receive Abstracts cured by the use of H all ' s C atahhh Cuttle
recommended to me by a druggist
monthly from Roseburg and the State land De­
h RANK J. CHENEY.
as the best cough medicine for clii-
partment at Salem of all new entries n ado I
Sworn to before me aud subscribed in uiy dren, as it contained np opium or other
am thus prepared to make out homestead pa* presence, this fith d ty of December, a D. 1 sn >
pers and can save to parties the expense of «
harmful drug.” Sold by theCity Drug
—■—
A W. GLASON,
trip to the Roseburg land office.
( sxal . }
Notary Public. Store.
is the greatest Absorbent in the
world and does its work through
the pores of the skin.
Great
Rock Island
Route
A paragraph about an economical
merchant in Broadway saving the
backs of old envelopes for scratch pa­
per reminds au old friend of this story:
A New York dealer, who left about
$2,000.000, for a long time kept up the
practice of tearing off the fly sheets
of the numerous foolscap letters he
receive«! and sticking them on a spindle
for scribbling purpose*. Envelopes
were not yet In use. A lawsuit antae,
and the merchant thought he had won
his case when defendant’s letter, duly
signed, was produced. Counael for
defendant examined the letter and,
turulng it over to look for the super­
scription. found that it was missing,
He immediately saw Ills advantage
and said: “This letter Is Incomplete,
your bouor. A sheet is missing. I
claim that there might have been a
postscript on the other sheet which
would entirely change the character
of the order.” The court so ruled, and
defendant won the suit The practice
of utilizing Gy sheets In that mer­
chant's office wad at once discontinued.
—New York Press.
General Aironi,
V Wwa. *
PORTLAND, ORE
Jov.i Vrgcin' l-- bar-
• ri'ln 1» w»’d by ail
1 ; ». 1< c 111 sc a
■> ‘.ilntr. \A ' »1 you
).„y! I nw’r-t sviati
jUU «Ct
At City Drugstore, Jacksonville.
EAST
and SOUTH
The • Shasta - Route
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY.
Train loave Medford tor Portland »ndway
»talion» at 4:*JI a m and
pm
I^eav« Portland
H <1 A M
Leave Medford
11 If» A M
Arrivo Ashland
U:M a m
Arrivo Hacranuinto 6:10 P N
Arrive San Franct«00 7 :M r M
errlvs OgdSn
4M A M
Arrive Denver
9:30 A 1«
Arrive Kansan City 7 : 26 A M
A rri vs Ch loagn
7:4* A M
H:(U p m
11:21 P M
II 36 A M
6:00 A M
H:46 A N
7:00 A M
9:16 A M
7 . *» A M
S 30 A M
» '8 F M
H:OA A M
Arrive Ix>n Angela«
Arrive
Arrive
Arrive
Arriva
7:Ôü a m
Houston
New Òr leans « .» I* Í
Washington ft.U A M
lllllt) I* M
Now York
7:00 A M
(1:30 P M
6:4 A M
into r m
Pullman »nd toarisl ,ars on both trains
Cli«ir utu, S*o«*niuato to Ogdcr. aafi KI
P»»<>, »nd lourlal c»r, to Chloago Hl Loal,
Now Orlrans »nd Washington.
Direct connection »1 S»r. Franc I »00 with
■ t<'»mshlp lino« for H»«»tl, Japan, China, the
Phiopplnoa and Australia.
For through ticket» and rat«» call on or ad­
dress W V. Llpplnoott Agent. Medford.
R. KfEHLF.R
*. H MARKHAM,
MMMger
OKARAft
Port land. Or
MININGS^
TEntTY-imrrM rm, £
24 Prez» i Weekly t Illustrated.
INDISPENSABLE
TO MINING MEN.
*3 PER YEAR, POSTPAID.
HMD «OR «AMPLS COFT.
MINING-Scientific PRESS
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