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iLbc democratic ¡¿imre.
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1901,
ARE INVITED TO EXAMINE
I OUR NEW STOCK 1
Trespass rritice», printed on cloth,
on sale at T ie T ime » PrluUqg House.
Pendleton is threatened wltn a wood
famine. Wood now sell« in that place
at 66 per cord.
An attempt to kill the midway
elephant at Buffalo by electricity
failed. Lt did not feaze him.
A large quantity of newspaper«,
suitable for wrapping, pasting co
walls, putting under carpets, etc., can
be obtained cheap, in quantities U
suit, at T uk T im «« Printing House.
William Ogden of McLean county,
Illinois, has bought 180,060 acres of
land In Western Kansas,which will lie
converted Into the largest, wheat ranch
io the world. He paid #2 60 an acre
on an average.
The celebrated Snap Shot, the best
medicine in tbe world for allaying In*
tiammatijn in man or beast, can be
found at Dr. Robinson’s diug
»tore, also at Dr. HiDkle’», Central
Point. Try it.
Dan Tew, a Mergenthaler operator
10 tbe Des Moines Dally Capital office,
broke the world’s record *or speed. He
set 3344 lines of nonpareil in eight
WE MAKE a SPECIALTY, Guaranteeing Qualtiy nnd
hours, newspaper measure, equal to
Price THE «VERY BEST
86,844 ems. Making 24 touches per
em, he touched the keyboard 217,360
MAIL ORDERS CAREFULLY AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Soliciting your Valued Patronage, We are Respectfully,
“Sjme years ago while at Martins-1
burg, W. N., I was taken with cholera!
morbus, which was followed by
dlarrbcea. The doctor’s medicine did
me no good. I was advised to get a
bottle of Chamberlain’s colic, cholera
and diarrhoea remedy, which I did,
and it cured me sound and well. G.
A. M orris , Embreeville, Pa. Sold by
City Drug Store.
Portland Telegram: A book recent
ly issued is entitled “The Lives of the
Hut since it contains no
Did you ever compare a delicious, flaky, Hunted."
reference to ex-wouid-bave-been Gov
OEO. O’B. DB BAR, M. D„
delicately browned loaf of bread made ernor Taylor. Pat Crowe, the Chicago
PHY8101AN AND BURGEON,
postage-stamp robbers, the Lane
county, Oregon, train robber, or many
others that the detectives can’t find,
it is very incomplete.
■Office 'n Kahler's Building, up «taira. Rea
During an engagement with the
Idence on California «treat. Dev or nlgbl
call« attended promotli
Boers, under Commando Smuts, Octo
ber 13,Capt. Thornton’s district troops
With the sad results achieved from the use of cheajier flour? surrendered.
Of tbe 180 mounted
J. M. KEENE, D. D. 5
The one, the highest triumph of cookery—the most useful of troops practically all were Dutchmen.
fired all their ammunition at
all the arts; the other, a monument to wasted energy, blasted They
long range and then refused to fight
OPERATIVE DENTISTRY A SPECIALTY.
hopes and poor judgment. But why continue the compari further. Thornton declares that
Once« >n tbe Adkins Deuel blook
son? If you have made the mistake in the past, trying to there must have been treachery in
exist on inferior flour, redeem yourself by ordering Snowy 11 is camp.
The San Francisco Call 6ays the
Butte flour only in future.
record shows that there has been a
H. D. NORTON,
I month without a full moon. That
was in February. 1886. In that year
ATTORNEY and counselor at law ,
Every up-to-date dealer
and March bad two full
moons each, but there was none in
Grant*» Pa»», Oregan.
February. Such never before occurred
taring tbe Christian er*, and accord
ing to tbe computations of Astron
••“Office above S P U. 4L. Co ’i Store.
omer Royal of England such will
not occur again until 2,500,000 years
Wm. M. COLVIG,
American Invasion of Germany’s
commerce is causing great anxiety
Hesdquartora for STRICTLY FIRST CLASS
throughout the empire. The Emperor
niturelf wa» one of the first to scent
the danger that threatens Germany’s
J (fl oo In Rod Men'« Hu Idin
commerce, and ha* been watching
every movement of American capital
in Europe. He has repeatedly called
P. P. PRIM & SON,
attention to the necessity or a com
mercial union against the United
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW
States, and in other ways has at
RETAIL tempted to impress upon ttie country
the gravity of the situation. That
Emperor William is deeply anprehen
"Will practice tn all oourts of tbe 8.alo. ot-
sive is shown by the close interest be
Roe In tbe Court Houae la,t door on the
And Save Agent’s Profits.
has manirestei in tbe Bourse lately
rieht from entrance
and tbe official Inquiries that in
Racific Nu-Gory Co.
evitably follow every large transac
Send tor Catalogue to
A. N. SOLISS,
He was deeply concerned over
'I ¿indent. Oregon. tion.
the report that J. Pierpont Morgan
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
was about to acquire the Hamburg
line, and Imtuedi ttely set to work to
prevent the transfer ot aoy ot Ger
many’s carriers to foreign companies.
Cotton Fabrics-New Designs.
Oregon City ClothingBlankets.
California-made Boots Shoes.
Groceries and Provisions
Snowy Butte Flour
PACIFIC NURSERY Comp’ny
Shade, Ornamental Trees,
Vines and Plants.
V-Nota ? Tubile. Pi settoes In »'¡‘•‘’“‘"‘J'’
Qffloe on California Strout, bet. 4th and bib.
THEYR’E COMING AGAIN
A. C. HOUGH,
ATTORN KY AT-LAW
Tbe same families who bought their Supplies at
this house last season are Utting out again at the
Otnce over Halr-R.ddle Hardware 8tore.
A. E. REAMES,
ATTORN EY-A T-L * W,
Office In Red Mon’« Building.
ROOT. G. SMITH,
Seventh St.. Medford, Oregon.
They know tbo good» are reliable, bnenu«" they have tried them.
enables me to undersell regular stores
My «pot cash plan
Is going rapidly now. Nowouder. You ought to see our prices. Best line ever brought
to Medford an!) lowest prices, too. quality considered.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Grant’s Pas», Oregoa.
Offloe In Hank
Practice« In all the court«
lulldlng. up «taira
Since my return I have »locked up with a Urge assortment of New Good«.
and I respectfuny Invito the people of Medford and vicinity to call and be
convinced that I atn offering genuine bargain» In my many line» of goods.
H. B. NYE, Proprietor.
•Hu permanently located In Ashland for tbe
practice o’ dentistry. From a continued
practice ot over fourteen year« I am pre
pared to guarantee entire satisfaction
MONTHLY MAGAZINE ‘
A F amily library
The Best In Current Literature
12 COMPLCTC NOVCU» YtARLV
MANY SHORT STORIES ANO
PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS
$2.60 PCRVgAR; 26 CT». A COPY
•NO CONTINUED STORIES.
MAX MULLER & CO.
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
"It seemed that nothing short
of a rpiraclc could save my little
daughter from an untimely
death,” says City Marshall A.
H. Malcolm, of Cherokee,Kan.
“ When two years old she was
taken with stomach and bowel
trouble and despite the efforts
of the best physicians we could
procure, she grew gradually
worse and was pronounced in
curable. A friend advised
and after giving it a few days
she bepan to improve and final
ly fully recovered, She is now
past five yean of age and the
very picture of health.”
Sold by *11 Druialoto.
Dr. Mil*« Medical Co.. Elkhart, Ind.
CVtRV HUM«» COMRLCTC IN IT» CLP
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
sovw » a «»» root» co.,»«w vowc r
The Color of Wood.
JOSEPHINE COUNTY ITEMS.
Miss Bertha Hurlbert lain Sam’s
Valley, visiting at the farm of ber
Geo C Calhoun, the well-known
business man, has gone to California
t>o seek a location.
Col. F. V. Drake of Portland,a well-
known operator in mines, has been at
Grant’s Pass this week.
Cecil Royal returned this week fromI
De LaMar, Shasta county, Calif., i
where bis parents reside.
Jas. Hawkins of Slate creek precinct!
and his wife were in Jackson county
tbe forepart of the week.
E D Weston, the expert photog
rapher, is at Glendale. He will open
a gallery in Grants Pass next 'week.
Dan Johnson, who has been danger
ously sick at Portland with inflamma
tory rheumatism, is slowly improving.
Mark Burns, the bustler, is now a
resident of Klamath county, where be
is engaged in stock-raising on a
a large scale.
The Oregonian says that Dr W H
Flanagan is in Portland for the pur
pose of purchasing an automobile
with which to astonish the natives of
A letter trom China states that
Miss Winifred Miller, who is with her
fiarents, Consul and Mrs. H. B.< Mil
er, had been very ill and for some
time ber life was despaired of; but
when the letter was written she was
out of danger. Kenneth Miller is ex
pected home on the Transport Sheri
dan, which will probably be before
Christmas, to attend the U. of O.
A simple way to restore color to wood
Is to mix tbe color with oil and turpen
tine, applying jvitU a soft cloth att(L
rubblngln’well. Either the powdered
pigment of colon ground In oil may
be used. For light oak use raw um
ber. for dark oak burnt umber. If It
is very dark, add a mere shade of lamp-
black? For mahogany use burnt sien
na, chrome yellow and blsmarck brown,
and for cherry use burnt sienna.
He Was Too Slow.
Magistrate — Your busband charges
yen with assault
Madam—Yes. your honor. I asked
him if be would always love me, and
be was so slow In answering that 1 bit
him wttb a mop. I’m only a woman,
judge, and a woman’s life without love
h a mere blight—Illustrated Bits.
‘‘This,” said tbe eminent artist “Is
my famous study of tbe 'Cows In the
“But where Is the clover?’ was ask
ed. none appearing in the picture.
“Oh, the cows have eaten it you
“If you intend to dine on us,”
queried the captured mariner, “why
did you greet us with a fusillade?’
“Because we always pepper our food
before eating It.” grinned tbe cannibal.
Good Hee so*.
Professor—Why does tbe earth move?
Hardup (absently» — Can’t pay the
rent. I suppose.—Exchange.
Moder» Surgery Surpassed.
“While suffering from a severe case
of piles I consulted a doctor who ad
vised me to try a box of DeWitt’»
Witch Hazel Salve a* a splendid cure
for piles, giving relief instantly, and I
heartily recommend it to sufferers.”
Surgery is unnecessary to cure piles.
DeWitt’s Witch Hazel Salve will cure
any case. Cuts, burns,bruises and all
other wounds are also quickly cured
by it. Beware of counterfeit*. City
DAig Store, Jacksonville, and Dr. J.
Hinkle, Central Point.
There is a Glass of People
proper food, rarely ever medi
Babies and children need
Who are Injured by the use of coffee. Recent
ly there has been placed in all the grocery
stores a new preparation called GRAIN-O,
made of pure grains, that takes the place of
coffee. The most delicate stomach receives it
without distress, and but few can tell it from
coffee. It does not oost over
Children may drink it with great benefit. :5
cts. anu2ftcts per package. T*y It. Ask for
1 can give employment to eight or
ten good team*, at 6.3 per day, Apply
to me at the Fish L»ke Ditch <<imp.
D. E. M orris ,
Supt. or Construction.
If .they do not thrive
on their food something is
They need a little
help to get their digestive
machinery working properly.
WITH HYPOPHOSPHITES oU/H£4. SOM
<Ie was from the country and stood
b.-lplessly before tbe haughty young
lady clerk of the downtown store.
‘•What do you wnnrf please?’ she de
He gulped down Ills embarrassment,
for be was hopelessly young and shy
and awkward, and she was a most su-
*i>erlor looking creature.
"1 want twelve yards of blue predom
inant.” he finally said.
• What?’ demanded the startled clerk.
“T-twelve yards of b-b-blue predom
inant." be stammered again.
"1'111 sure I don’t know what you
mean." said tbe clerk. Then, womanly
kindness and intuition getting the bet
ter of her hauteur, she said, "Tell me
Just what It was your mother or. your
sister told you to bring."
He gnve a sigh of relief and said:
"They wanted some wash goods for
my little sister’s dress. They satd they
were not so particular as to quality and
color. Just so J got blue predominant.
Cau't 1 get it here?’—Memphis Sclml-
Not In Order.
In a certain Lanarkshire village a
meeting was called to consider the ad
visability ot erecting a bridge over a
creek which had been heretofore cross
ed by means of stepping stones.
The schoolmaster, who presided over
the meeting, warmly advocated tbe
erection of a bridge In an eloquent
speech, when a local worthy, who was
something of a character and noted for
his outspokenness, got up and Inter
"Hoot. toot, schulemaister. you're fair
halverln’. mon! Wba wad gang an’
put a brig ower slccan a wee bit ereek
as yon? I-osh. mon, I cud cross it wi'
n stannln’ Jump!”
"Order, order!” exclaimed the chalr-
man nngrlly. "You are clearly out of
"I ken I'm oot o’ order.” rejoined the
interrupter amid the laughter of tbe
audience. "If I was in order. I cud
Jump as faur again!” — London Au-
If you will put from one-
fourth to half a teaspoonful
in baby's bottle three or four
times a day you will soon see
a marked improvement.
larger children, from half to
a teaspoonful, according to
age, dissolved in their milk,
if you so desire, will very
soon show its great nourish
Jf the mother’s
milk does not nourish the
baby, she needs the emul
It will show an effect
at once both upon mother
Joe. and |i oo. all druggist*.
SCOTT A BOWNE, Chemists. New York.
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WILLIAM J. BRYAN
Editor and Publisher.
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