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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (April 4, 1901)
®i)e Jlmocratit OHmes.
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1901.
V bl . XXX
Wm. M. COLVIG,
When You Want to Buy
MEDFORD RACKET STORE
«Flffioo In litui Men'. Ilulldlnv.
P. P. PRIM a SON,
and look over our ENTIRELY NEW LINE of
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELOR« AT LAW
Curtains, laces, kid gloves, hosiery, hats, caps,
gents’ furnishings, also ladies’ and chil
dren’s underwear, stationery, clocks,
granite-ware, towels, table linen,
notions, etc., etc.
Will practloe tn all oourt. of the H.»te. Of-
Noe In the Court llouau la.l door ou (be
rlrhl from entrance,
A. N. 5OLIS5,
ATTORNEY AND COUNHKLOR AT LAW
•«-Notary I 'little Pi > elico. In all the oojrts
(.ttloo on California Street, bet. ttb und &tb.
GIVES BARGAINS and the bargain« GIVE SATISFACTION.
H. B. NYE, Proprietor.
A. C, HOUGII,
.imoeoTor Hair-It (Idle Hardwaru «tore.
ATTORN ey - a T-L A w .
Saint Helen’s Hall,
Opened its 32d
year with a
full corps of
•J-Offioe In Red Men'« Building.
HOBT. G. SMITH,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT
Grant’s Pass. Oregon.
•* Prsottccs In all the oourn
ing and Day-
Office tn Hank
Academic, Intermediate, Primary and Kindergarten.
J. M. KEENE, O. O. S
OPERATIVE DENTISTRY A SPECIALTY
O ticos In tho Adkins Deuel blook,
The Academic department offers four courses—the
Classical, Latin, Scientific, the English and College
Sjiecial advantage« in Music. Native French teacher, resident.
Under tho patronage of the School are NORMAL KINDERGARTEN TRAINING CLASSES
nducied by a Kpecialint.
Separate Home and Special Regulation» for Poat Graduates and Mature Students
Bananas, oranges and lemons can
al ways be found at Wetterer’s.
The man who hesitates is lost; but
the woman wh > hesitates Is won.
The best brands of cigars, tobacco,
etc., can always be found at Joe
Fifty-eight bills to incorporate
towns and cities were passed by the
The greater part of the wheat
grown in China is winter wheat,
planted in tbe f ill, in small lots of a
fraction of an acre.
Deeds, mortgage«, leases, bends,
bills of sale and every imaginable
kind of legal blanks-tbe latest and
best—are constantly on hand at T he
T imes office.
Hera Is a bit of news from a con
temporary that Is quite apropos:
"Roosevelt appeared in a decent suit
of apparel at the inaugural,March -Ith,
and acted the gentleman.”
Robt. B. Whiteside, the Minnesota
lumberman who owu* the Calavera*
grove of big tree« In California, says
he has fixed the price of the grove al
»500,000. It cost him »125,000.
If troubled by a weak digestion,
loss of appetite, or constipation, try a
few doses of Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets. Every box war
ranted. For sale by City Drug Store.
The heaviest registration of women
on record in Kansas has been record
ed for the elections to occur soon in
towns of the second and third class.
At most places the issue is "wet" or
Within the past few days nearly 200(1
colonists have left St. Paul for Pacific
coast points. The last crowd pulled
out from that city Wednesday. There
were 700 of them, occupying a train of
The celebrated Snap Shot, the best
medicine In the world for allaying in-
tlammatijn In man_or beast, can be
found at Dr. Robinson's diug
store, also at Dr. lliDkle’s, Centra)
Point. Try It.
The Robertson Raft Co.
plates building an enormous raft of
10,000,000 feet of logs, which will be tow
ed across the Pacific to Oriental points.
Over 1000 tons of chains will be used
to lash the logs together.
Indicative of what the California
oil production means to the mining
and manufacturing interests if tbe
Pacific coast is the action of some of
the largest fuel consumers In Arizona,
who are arranging to substitute oil
In Swedish mines the workmen
have their tools sharpened by a special
blacksmith, naid not by the number
of tools sharpened, but by the number
of yarda bored by the miners whose
implements he has sharpened during
"I have been troubled with indi
gestion for ten years, have tried many
things and spent much money to no
purpose until 1 tried Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure. I have taken two botiJes and
gotten more relief from them than all
other medicines taken. I feel more
like a boy than I have felt in twenty
years.” Anderson Riggs of Sunny
Lane. Tex. Thousands have testified
as did Mr. Riggs City Drugstore,
Jacksonville, and Dr. J.Hinkle,Central
Andrew Carnegie, who said some
time ago that it was a disgrace to a
man to die rich, is putting bis precept
into practice by princely endowments
of various deserving pn ject«, and now
proposes to can his former gifts by
giving »25.000,000 for the erection anti
tuainlenanee of a technical school at
Pittsburg. It is tlie miners who al
ways do big things; and when a master
miner like Carnegie starts a scheme
of that kind, he has the brains and
mouey to make it a success.
CALL AT THE
ELFANOR TEUI)ETTS. Pr1nclp.l.
WFor circular, .nd other information -dare..
■H*x permanently loc.tod tn Ashland for the
practice of dentistry From a continued
practloe of over fourteen year. I am pre
pared to guarantee entire »atl.faollon
GEO. O’B. DE BAR. M. D.,
MAX MULLER & CO
■Odle. ‘nOrth'x fllook, upstair. Kealdeoea
□n California «trotti. bar or nlaot oalla at
D oni B e D uped
Th7»rc have been plnutwl upon the market
wvi'iiil cheap reprima of an ubaolete edition
of “ WelM(<*r’a IMctionary.” They are being
offered under various names at a low price
dealer», agonta, etc., and In a few Instances
uh a premium for mu I script ions to paitcr».
Announcements of thewe comparatively
reprint» are wry niiMieading. They are ad-
vcrtifM’d to I mj the suliHlantml equivalent of
a higher-priced book, while they areali
phototype copie» of a book of over flfly
year» ago. which wax sold for about Ì5.H0, ami
which wax much MU|»erior to th<>»e imitation»,
Iwing a work of nome merit I natemi of one
x Long Since Obsolete.
I ll«’ Webster's Unabridged Dictionary pub
)ifth<*d by our hiiuac im the only inerllorlooR
one of that name. It twara our imprint on
1 be tit la i ng<’ and Is proti < ted bj copyi ' '
from cheap Imitation. A m a dictionary lanta
a lifetime will it not I m * better to purcbtiae the
LATEST AND BEST,
Webster’s International Dictionary
of ENGLISH, Biography, Geography, Fiction, etc
Sire lOxlSMxOf inch«*»*
This Book is the Best for Everybody.
STANDARD AUTHORITY of the U. S. Surrem«
Court, all the State Suprcn-.* Courts., the U. S
Government Printing Off.cs and of nearly a ’I ike
WARMLY COM? Sul
College Presldeitta, State 8u
Schoota and many other ■ m!n:r<
Webster’s Collegiate IT'
Recently abridged from tho ln*e-n» •<
co it the beat for th** family an i ’
♦ Nixv ; x;n.s.’*i in**. '•*.
O.& C. ME«’**'* V 'V>
i) I rrv
Ashland and Klamath Falls
Thoroughly restookeu and entirely new man
Best and Qulskost Route to
llom by nsrron, Soda Soring». Shake, Snow,
Lumbering Camp,Parker's and Kono; also boat
oonnectlotie with stage lines Irom Klamath
Falls to Itonsm*. Illy and Lakeview, Ft Klam
ath and Indian Agency. Stage leaves Ashlaud
dally on arrival of southbound train and ar
rives dally In good lime to connect with north
■ r.AMATS FAI.I4I:
•• 100 P.M Leaves^ . . 8:00 p m .
....... 8:30 A M
ArrtvM .......... 2:4hP. m .| Arrive»
Paggtmgerx, Baggage. F.«pr<uw and Freight
mti.t be Waybllled.
PORTAL TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
Klam.th Fall« Agent.
H H VANVAIKKNHUR
Are the Leading Dealers in (rent’s Furnishing (roods, Hats. Boot
and Shoes, Crockery, Glassware, Groceries, Cigars, Tobacco
Confections, Tropical Fruits, Stationery, Notions, Etc., Etc.
Goods are Fresh and First-Class and Prices the Bes
DON’T STOP WORK!
For a Sprained Arm, Ankle or back
Buy a Bottle of
Rub in well and
YOU ARE GOOD AS NEW
Sutton'.Snap Shot, the wonderful destroyer of all forms of Inflammation tn man or beast.
HOC and II per bottle, R. K SUTTON, sole proprietor and manufacturer. Ashland, Oregon.
For sale al City Drug Store. Jaoaaonvllle. and by Dr J. Htukle Central I oint.
Jacksonville Marble Works
Granite and Marble Work
af Every Deaerlptlon Donals tile Beet Style
AT REASONABLE PRICES.
Monuments and Cemetery Work a Specialty.
VIM! VIGOR! VITALITY!
MORMON BISHOPS’ PILLS
have been in are
over 60 years by ths leaders of the Mormon Chnrch and their
follower». Positively cares the worst care» In old and young
,rl«li'qr from effects of «»U „...iso,
axoaarea, or clgart
enter, tte »making.
Itianliwod. lw>|N>te.M>y. L".t
I<ame . Hook
Rnckt, Narrow» Oebill»y.
ulr, In Hat h, Evil Pokirew,
.lowdweho, Unfltne»« <o Mnrry, I.C.M og Semen, Vari-
TwItrlilnir af Kye-
Mon, Ntm»» CtnicpA»*’»» of
fnnctlou. Don’t get
ltd». Fff./t7»relmrn-xit»tr. Impart vigor and potency to every
CtHTS orRMii!.. Stimulates
despondent, a cure 1» at hand. »...bum »mo...
£1.60 by mail.
mall. A written guarantee, to sun. or
tbebrain and nerve eft kers. i. 60c. a box,
mone; retuudeu, with t> boxes. Clrculara frea.
CENTRAL POINT POINTERS,
In connection with the festivities at-
tf-mlaut upon the second inauguration
of President McKinley a mammoth in
tercollegiate Indoor athletic meet has
been arranged and will be an event of
much importance. Many collegians are
considering plans for attending the in
auguration to participate in the grand
parade as organized bodies, and the en
tries of their leading athletic represent
atives in the games are assured.
The games will be the third annual
indoor meet of the Georgetown Univer
sity Athletic association, which pro
moted with such notable success their
two preceding indoor meets at which
three new world’s records were estab-
Bey. Mr. Gist’s revival services in
the Baptist church are well attended.
W. H. Bradshaw and Geo. Stevens
of Brownsboro were at the Point Mon
^ac°bs, who has been
quite ill with la grippe, is convales
A. W. and H. C. Shearer have lo
cated 5000 inches of water of Cartjerry
fork of Applegate.
The third case of sea-let fever—in
a mild form—Is reported intown; that
of Mrs. Wayment’s little boy.
Jay Davis is now a resident of Jack
sonville, navi ng contracted Pi haul a
lot of railroad wood for Mulier & Ul
The moving panorama, that was
billed to show in Rostel’s hall, failed
to do so, for the reason that there was
E. Walrad and his wife drove down
from Ashland Saturday, to visit A. S.
Jacobs and family. Mrs. W. will re
main for a week.
Lee Rodgenburger and his son are
working in the mines in Willow
Springs district, with rocker and pan,
and making good wages.
Will. Stidham has returned from the
north. Since his return he came near
losing the sight of one of his eyes by
a piece of wood striking it.
John Clements, who was a resident
of our town for several years, writes
from Oroville,Calif.,that his health 11
not good and that he expects to return
to this valley.
Merritt Brown of Eagle Point
drove into town with 200. dozen, of
eggs, and while standing in front of
the hotel his team got frightened at
a load of bay and ran away. The
loss was 96 dozens of eggs, the hack
and harness being damaged some.
The Appetite of a Goat
Is envied by all poor dyspeptics
whose stomach and liver are out of or
der. All such should know that Dr.
King’s New Life Pills, the wonderful
stomach and liver remedy, gives a
splendid appetite, sound digestion
and a regular bodily habit that in
sures perfect health and great energy.
Only 25 cents at City Drug Store.
I O. O. F. Lodge Will Celebrate.
ARTHUR F. DUFFY.
lished in the 50 yard dash. 880 yard run
and running high jump. The meet will
be held Saturday, March 2. In Conven
tion hall, which can accommodate 10,-
At least two world's champions are
assured as entries. These are Maxsy
Long, the New York Athletic club’s
quarter miler, and Arthur F. Duffy,
Georgetown university’s short distance
sprinter. Georgetown has nearly 40
athletes in active training. The meet
will undoubted!}* surpass Georgetown’s
two preceding standard meets and go
down on record as one of the best in
door meets yet held.
Rich Priaea For Three-yrar-olda.
Jacksonville Lodge, No. 10,1.0.0.
F-, will celebrate the coming anniver
sary of the order, April 26. 1901.
By order of the committee.
C hris U lrich ,
C has . B asye .
L. C. K ain .
9 t * tb or onto. Crrv or T olioo ,
L ucas C ocsty .
F rank J. C hexky make, oath that be is the
senior partner io the tlrm of F J. C hknbt A
Co., doing business In the city of Toledo, count,
and slate aforesaid. and that said firm will pay
the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for
each and every case of catarrh that cannot be
cured ty the use of H all ' s C atakhh C ure
FRANK J. CHENEY
Sworn to before me and subscribed In my
presence, this Sth day of December, a D. ISM
A W. GLASON.
• seal I
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and
acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces
The indications point to the coming of
the system. Send for testimonials, ftee.
season as certain to be sensational in
Address F J. CHe-NEY A CO . Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists. Toe
one respect among the trotters If in no
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
other, and that is in the number and
high quality of the 3-year-olds which
will be raced. There are at least five Large Wall Maps of the United
States Given Away.
big stakes for 3-year-olds to be decided
this year, and the colt or filly that can
HOW IO GET ONE.
win either one of them will be a very
If you are going East, or th. Dicing of sending
profitable youngster to ills or her breed for your familj, do not buy your ticks»» until
er. These five events are: The Ken you have secured rates from the ILLINOIS
tucky Futurity, value $10.000; the CENTRAL R AILROAD Co Their service in
Louisville Prize, value $10.000; the Du excelled by none, acd they can rea’u all points
buque Preparation, value $5.000; the in the East, South or Southeast rem any
<n Oregon atd Washington.
Kentucky Stock Farm, value $5.000, point
tourist car from Pacl’c coast to New York
and the Horse Review, value $5.000. If you will send fifteen cents in stamps to the
Here is a total of $35.000 for 3-year-old address given below, we will forward you by
trotters, and the youngster that can return mail a large wall map of the Uuited
win first tn two of the events will go States. Cuba und Porto Rico. 34x40 inches. For
into winter quarters <me of the biggest particulars regarding passenger and freight
I money winning trotters of the season. rates call on or address.
B H TRUMBULL. Corn ! Aft..
| Nearly every section of the country is
¡42 Third Street, Portiand, Ore.
’ represented in the list of youngsters
' eligible to the big 3-year-old events.
Out of the something like 500 that will
be trained with a view of starting In
one or more of the big stakes probably < >
not more than 25 of the best will final < >
ly face the starter In all five. No train-
| er will name a youngster on date of
i naming the starters that Is not capable
of trotting around 2:15.
Last season It took a mile in 2:10% to o
win one of the 3-year-old events, and In
order to get any part of a purse trotted
If not, something must be < >
sc fast a colt must ite able to step right
with its food. If the ’ ‘
I close to 2:1.1 With the great number
I of 3-year-olds that will be trained this
mother’s milk doesn’t nour- ,
I year the chances are that one or two
ish it, she needs SCOTT’S < ►
| will be developed that will be even
EMULSION. It supplies the ’ ’
I faster than was Inst year’s crack of
I that age. and if such proves to be the
elements of fat required for <,
, cnse the 3-year-ohl division of trotters
the baby. If baby is not;;
I will furnish about as much seusational
nourished by its artificial < >
' racing as any class that can be men
< > food, then it requires
Who has not known the woman whose
disposition is deecrtlted by that one word
"sunny 1” There's always a laugh lurk
ing ou her lips.
Her cheeks are ever
ready to dimple in smiles. Her house
hold influence is as brightening and
stimulating as the sunshine.
can be cruder than to have this sunshine
blotted out by disease.
But this is a
common cruelty. The mung wife who
was the sunahiae of Ute home becomes
its shadow. Every young wife should
know the value of Dr. Pierce’s Pavonte
A Farm for Sale.
Prescription in the protection and pres
A 120-acre tract, all fenced, ft) acres under
ervation of the health
It promote» cultivation, free soil and easily cultivated, is
' regularity, dries the drains which enfee on the nubile road a quarter of a mile from
Sams valley post office— improved
ble bodv and mind, and cures inhainma- | I Moovt'le.
*• Ith n dwelling-house with tour moms below
tk»n. ulceration and female weakness
an1 one above, a good, large barn.smoke-house
It nourvt'oee the nervous system and I end wootl shed; Rock creek flows through tf.e
land, a good well of water at the house and a
gives to the body the baianoe and buoy- | pond
well at the barn: si« mile« from Gold Hill
aaey of perfect health. It is a strictly rtifro’td station. Wilt tie sold for >10 pc”
I nc.e half cash at time of sale, balance on one
Address, BISHOP RCMUDY CO,, San Francleoa, Cal.
od at City Drug Store Jacksonville.
THE SPORTING WORLD.
Docs the 1
IT HAS CURED OTHERS, IT WILL CURE YOU.
J. C. WHIPP, Proprietor.
"t aan say that veer medtrinc cured me.” ! year's time, interest s per conf. per annum, or
writes Mr» Maud rrarer of Stoutsville. Fair I »¡I o'-sh at option of the purchaser.
•Vluqulre of SILAS J DAY. real estate
field Co., Ohio
"I had vuflkrrt altont twelve
rears from female weaknAis »od 1 had »ImqM I agent. Jacksonville. .Iretron.
riven up thinking there we» no cure mr tn»
Tern I neard about Dr Pierce’s medicine and
thought I would try it anti can any that seven
Best Prescription for Chills
bottle» of your ■ Favorite Prescriptl-wi' made me
well I am now able to do my own itowewnrk
and Fever is a bottle of G rove ’ s
I took »boot twelve bottles In all of Dr Pierce t
medicine» Took some of the 'Golden Medical , T asteless C hill T onic . It Is simply
Ihaooverv ' ' Favorite Freacrtption ' end some of \lron and quinine In a tasteless form.
the ' Plraaont rrtleti "
Dr. I*ierce’s Pellets cure constipation.
No curs— uo pay.
Half a teaspoonful three
or four times a day in its
bottle will have the desired
It seems to have a
magical effect upon babies
and children. A fifty-cent
bottle will prove the truth
of our statements.
Should be taken In summer os '
well as winter.
;oc and ti.oo. »It druntet,.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chwnuu, New York.