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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 10, 1901)
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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1901.
BRIEF MEIN TI O N
ARE INVITED TO EXAMINE
OUR NEW STOCK
Ladies’ Wool •* Cotton Fabrics New Designs.
Oregon City Clothing •»" Blankets.
California-made Boots Shoes.
WE MAKE a SPECIALTY, Guaranteeing Quality and
Price THE VERY BEST
MAIL ORDERS CAREFULLY AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Soliciting vour Valued Patronage, We are Respectfully,
GEO. O'B. DE BAR, M. D.,
■Office tn Kabler'a Building, un-ntnlrn. Rsa
tdsoos on Csnfornla tirasi. D av or oigsi
osili sliondsd promoll»
KEENE, 0. D. S
OPERATIVE DENTISTRY A SPECIALTY
Offioee >n the Adklna Deuel block
H. O. NORTON.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
Grant's Pass. Oregon.
women above 8 P
y UU ever
uumpci,iu a a, uoitvtuuo,
delicately browned loaf of bread made
Snowy Butte Flour
With the sad results achieved from the use of cheaper flour?
The out, the highest triumph of cookery—the most useful of
all the arts; the other, a monument to wasted energy, blasted
hopes and poor judgment. But why continue the compari
son? If you have made the mistake in the past, trying to
exist on inferior flour, redeem yourself bv ordering Snowy
Butte flour only in future.
Every up-to-date dealer
D.*L.Co ’I Store.
Wm. M. COLVIO,
At Medford Racket Store
dfflee lo Rei Men e Bu Idin
P. P. PRIM A SON.
ATTORNEYS AND C. UN «FLORS AT LAW
■Will practice In all oourte of the State. Of-
Soe In the Court Houae last door on the
rlrht from entrano«
A. N. 5OLI5S,
Other New Things_
Crash, plain and polka dot Belts and Belt Buckles of the
40c to $1.25
date hair ornaments,
Duck, plain and polka
hair pins. etc.
$1.00 to $1.26
Ladies’ Wrappers and Sun- Purses, nnckethooks, combs,
I).--,- —... .".'Triers, curling
Also muslin underwear
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
E-Notary rubilo. Pt actlcee In all the coarta,
omco on California Street, bet. 4th and atti.
A. C, HOUGH,
ATTORN EY AT-LAW
Stationery, contrihi “ion envelopes, pens, x*nciN,
Soaps, perfume 1, ’’.oilet articles, notio *s and novelties.
Telcscojies of various ;zes and reasonable prices.
Substantial Shawl Straps, extra length.
Everything, noth useful and ornamental, can lie found at
the RACKET STORE.
How about that wood you promised
to bring us?
The Massachusetts print-cloth trust
Bananas, oranges and lemons can
always be found at Wetterer's.
Trespass notices, printed on cloth,
on sale at T sc T imbo Printing House.
The Buffalo Exposition will treat
the people to a novelty, October 9th,
a balloon race.
America’s continued victory in
yachting is a testimonial either to
American workmanship or prowess,or
A Tennessee man found a lost tooth
in his vermiform appendix. Which
the same did not pay his 91,000 doctor
Tbe rescue fund for the release of
Miss Stone has reached the sum of
930,000. The brigands want 9110,000
for her release.
The Waldorf-Astoria, New York, re
cently paid 90.75 a box for some prime
Oregon apples, and was glad to get
tbem even at that.
With such a big gun as J. Pierpont
Morgan attending the Episcopal Con
vention at San Francisco, it is not
surprising that it is considering a
change in canons.
Oregon hatcheries will turn out
about 25,000,000 young salmon this year
Scientific propagation of this most
valuable fish has aroused a constantly
The celebrated Snap Shot, the best
medicine la the world for allaying in
flammation in man or beast, can be
found at Dr. Robinson’s diug
store, also at Dr. Hinkle's, Central
Point. Try it.
There are known to be fifty-four
cases of bubonic plague In Rio
Janeiro? Brazil, and tbe citizens are
greatly excited and many are fleeing
from tbe city.
The San Francisco residence of the
late Collis P. Huntington has been
donated for a hospital to the city.
The buildings and grounds are worth
a vast amount of money.
A large quantity of newspapers,
suitable for wrapping, pasting cn
walls, putting under carpets, etc., can
be obtained cheap, in quantities tc
suit, at T he T imes Printing House.
Sir Thomas Lipton is a true sports
man and never squeals, but he still
believes tbe Shamrock can beat the
Columbia under proper conditions.
Probably if crews were changed the
Shamrock would be a winner.
Have you a sense of fullness in the
region of tbe stomach after eating?
If so you will be benefited by using
Chamberlain’s Stomach and Liver
Tablets. They also cure belching and
sour stomach. They regulate the
bowels too. Price, 25 cents. Sold by
City Drug Store.
Many physicians are prescribing
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure regularly, bar
ing found that it is tbe best prescrip
tion they can write, because it Is tbe
one preparation which contains tbe
elements necessary to digest not only
some kinds of food but all kinds and
it therefore cures indigestion and dys-
pepsia.no matter what its cause. City
Drug Store, Jacksonville, aud Dr. J.
Hinkle, Cectral Point.
Tammany’s campaign against tbe
fusion ticket in New York will be
managed without regard to tbe cost.
The fund will be large enough to
meet any demands that may be made
upon it. Lt is expected that Tam
many will have at least $1,000,000 at
it« disposal. Richard Croker will take
peisoo.il charge of the campaign, and
he t*> planning to make it the most
active and vigorous ever waged by
Office over Halr-R.ddle Hardware Store.
'Office In Red Men's Building.
ROBT. O. SMITH,
attorney and counselor at law .
To dig ditch In Steamboat district-
For further particulars enquire of or
S. A. H artzell ,
"DO YOU KNOW WHO
five, removing bls traps and taking
care of them until the departure of the
branch train. Insomuch that the gen
eral manager handed him a tip, which
was accepted with gratitude. Afte» a
little while, accosting the porter, he in
quired. “Do you know who I am?”
“Indeed I do not, sir,” replied the
“Well. I'm the general manager of
this railway, and I suppose you know
there’s an order In your rule book
against taking tips frpm passengers?”
“Begging your pardon, sir, it says
we are not to Like gratuities from the
public, but tbere’B nothing against our
taking one from a fellow servant.”
That porter was set down for promo
The Two Prayers.
A professional Interviewer In Current
Literature gives an account of bow be
once tried to corner General O. O.
Howard. General Howard is, as every
body knows, a very religious man, and
the professional interviewer got him
to talk upon the subject of the efficacy
of prayer. SpeaklngNIf a certain bat
tle In the civil war in which Stonewall
Jackson had badly beaten a Union
force In which General Howard held
k command, the Interviewer asked:
“I suppose that before the battle you
prayed very earnestly?”
“Yes," said General Howard. “I did.’*
“And I supp>se that Stonewall Jack-
Ron prayed with equal earnestness on
the other side?”
“Undoubtedly.” said General How
“Then, as he was successful and as
he won the battle, either hli cause was
the right one or else the praying made
no difference. ’
“No,” said General Howard very
softly. “He prayed that he might win
that partier’nr Bittle. while I prayed
for the final triumph of our cause. So
you see the prayer of each was grant
to water but you
make him drink.
You can’t make him eat
either. You can stuff food in
to a thin man’s stomach but
that doesn’t make him use it.
Scott’s Emulsion can make
him use it. How? By mak
ing him hungry, of course.
Scott’s Emulsion makes a thin
a thin body was naturally hun
gry didn’t you ? Well it isn’t.
A thin body is asleep—not
working—gone on a strike.
It doesn’t try to use itls food.
Scott’s Emulsion wakes it
up—puts it to work again
making new flesh, That’s the
way to get fat.
Send for free sample.
SCOTT it BOWNE, Chemist«,
Pearl S«, M- T-
$oc and f t.uo, all druggista.
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Grant's Pass, Oregon.
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record probably never equaled tn the
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ATTORN EY-A T-L A W.
Returning from a fishing expedition,
the general manager of one of the
largest railways In England, dressed
In tweed suit, with rods, net, etc.,
alighted at a small country junction
station. The porter was very atten-
Twenty per cent of the prisoners in
the Chicago jail are victims of the mor
phine. cocaine or other drug habits.
A. E. REAMES,
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
Are the Leading Dealers in Gent’s Furnishing Goods, 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 Best
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the brain and nerve <-e sera. Mr. a box,« lor M.S0 by nail. A written guarantee, to cure at
money rafundeu, with 6 boaee. Circular« tree.
Motherhood ought always to bring
happiness. Bnt it is often the begin
ning of life-long unhappiness. As a pre
paration foe motherhood, anti as a pre
ventive of the ills so often following
maternity Dr. Pierce’s Favorite Pre
scription has been hailed as a ” Gotl-send
to women." It heals diseases peculiar
to women, tones up the system, makes
motherhood practically painless, and es
tablishes the sound health which insures
• Dnring’hepart year I found myself pregnant
«»1 in rapidly failing health.'' write* Mrs W. I.
glider of Hill Dale Fann. (Knosburg Center),
Knosharg. Vt. "I au fibre. 1 dreadfully from bloat
ing and urinary difficulty. I was growing per-
cestibly weaker e«ch day and suffered much
■harp pain at timtw 1 felt that something muM
he dona. 1 «ought your advice and received a
I took twelve bottlas of Dr.
pierce'» Favorite Prescription, and also followed
roar instruct irm» 1 began <° tmpenve immedi
ately. mg health became excellent, and I could
do all a«*' own work (we live on a go*-d aim'd
farm) I wnHted and rode all I could, and en-
0te<i It. 1 had a «hort ea«y confinement and
ve a healthy baby boy "
HALL Jacksonville. Crevou
The theatrical season of 1901-1902
opened at the Grand last evening by
the presentation of “Queen of Hayti”
by a moat excellent company. The
performance was far superior to
what anyone had anticipated, and, if
the opening is a fair sample of the
bookings for the season, the public
will never have cause to regret at
tending. The plot of the comedy Is
well maintained throughout, but is
not of much consequence. The work
that caught the crowd was in the
olio, when a large number of vaude
ville specialties were presented with
out any tedious delay. The best fea
ture of the performance was undoubt
edly the work of Craton, the juggler,
slack wire artist and hoop roller. His
hoop rolling was a splendid exhibition
of skill, and the control that he has
over the hoops is wonderful. The
comedy is bright, clever, fresh and
clean; the singing and numerous oth
er musical features are much above
the average, and the acting la satis-
factory.—[Great Fills Dally Tribune,
Aug. 17. Reserved seats for sale at
Max Muller’s store.
Csuntv Treasurer’s 19th Netlee.
Max Muller, county treasurer, gives
notice that there are funds in the
county treasury for the redemption
'Dr. Pierce's Medics! Adviser (paper of outstanding warrants protested
covers) is vent fref on receipt of 21 one from April 1,1898, to April 30. 1898,
Ariirw«, RIBMOP REMBDY CO, Ban Franclsow, OaL cent stamp« to pay coat of mailing onty. both dates inclusive. Interest on the
Address Dr. R. V.' Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. same ceased Sept. 27,1901
Oity Drug Store Jacksonville Oregon
St Mary’s Academy,
ESTABLISHED IN I865.
T h « aebool continues tbe oaretui training
and thorough instruction for which It in favor*
The Music Department
Is always 1n charge of oompetent and expar*
enoed teachers. Board and tuition per sesaloa
f twenty weeks,NOm. Studies will be rssnm-
d September >, 1801.
For prospectus, address
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