The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907, December 12, 1901, Image 1

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Vol. XXX.
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1901
No. 96.
BRIEF MENTION.
Trespass notices, printed on cloth,
on sale at T he T imes Printing House.
President. Roosevelt Is verbose. His
message of twenty thousand words is
much longer than ordinary.
Mrs. Roosevelt says a woman can
dress well on 8300 a year. Many hus­
bands hope their wives will not in­
sist upon it.
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
The law passed by the New York
?ov»' ti«e<o vowoca co., at« row,
legislature, prohibiting scalping of
railroad tickets, has been declared un­
offers you Exceptional Good Values In
constitutional.
♦
Deeds, mortgagee, leases, bends,
Change to Change ■ Quarter.
Pound F’oolhhne««.
bills of sale and every imaginable
‘‘Flow much does it take to change *
One of the commonest form* of pound
kind of legal blanks—the latest and quarter?” asked the bartender. "Twen­
best—arc constantly on hand at T he ty-five cents, eh? Not on your life. It foolishness is countenanced by many
T imes office.
takes seventy cents to do the trick. high authorities. This is the purchase
Representat lve Taylor of Ohio has How many ways do you suppose a of certain household provisions In large
Introduced a bill to pension Mrs. Mc­ quarter dollar can be changed? Just quantities. Few writers on domestic
Kinley at the rate of 85000 a year, be­
topics fail to lay stress upon the econ­
ginning September 14th, 1901, the exactly eleven. A fellow of limited omy of buying groceries In bulk. That
date of the death of the late president. means may like the jingle of coin In sugar and flour, potatoes and apple*
A large quantity of newspaper«, his clothes. In that event you can give should be bought by the half or whole
suitable for wrapping, pasting on him twenty-five pennies or twenty pen­ barrel, cereals by the case, butter by
walls, putting under carpets, etc., can nies and one ntekel. He may like to the tub and other things in like propor­
be obtained cheap In quantities u have a little sprinkling of silver In his
suit, at T he T imes Printing House. clothes, and you can accommodate him tion Is one of the early precepts In the
Horseless carriages, wireless teleg­ with fifteen pennies and a dime or ten ‘‘Young Housekeeper’s Complete Guide
to Domestic Economy.”
raphy, smokeless powder, hornless pennies, a dime and a nickel.
The ignorant young things buy the
cattle, seedless raisins and brainless
“If he prefers to have change handy
dudes have long been the vogue; hut for a beer and a car fare, why, fifteen provisions first and the experience aft­
this year the fad seem« to have taken pennies and two nickels will fix him erward. The flour grows musty, the
hold of the farmers all over the coun­
cereals develop weevils, the potatoes >
try, and they have raised earless corn. up, and if he wants a cigar in addition, and apples rot long before they can be
besides having a little stock of cash
Soliciting your Valued Patronage, We are Respectfully,
I The celebrated Snap Shot, the best In bls jeans, give him ten pennies and eaten, and the cook exercises a lavish­
medicine in the world for allaying io« three nickels. That makes six ways. ness In the use of the butter and sugar
flamniatiin in man or beast, can be
she would never show were they bought
found at Dr. Robinson’s diug Now, then, a fellow with a quarter can In such limited amounts that the house­
trade
it
off
for
five
pennies
and
two
store, also at Dr. Hinkle’s, Central
dimes, five pennies and four nickels, keeper could hold close watch over
Point. Try it
them. Even after these events the
Ml»s Helen Gould thinks enough of two dimes and one nickel, one dime young mistress feels as if she were ab­
a coori
int.rv paper, published by an old nnd three nickels or five nickels, just
reckless and no manager at all
fritind 1 of her fattier, to insist on pav- as lie prefers. And to accommodate solutely
when she so far departs from house­
>
a
vear
for
it.
although
the
sub
­
him
In
any
way
that
he
might
select
I
ng
15
PROFESSIOUAL CARDS».
-crlbt' lion price is only $1. Such ap- you have to possess twenty-five pen­ hold law as to buy food in small quan­
preMation Is rare and deserves special nies, two dimes and five nickels—sev- tities.—Independent.
Did you ever compare a delicious, flaky, con*
endation.
enty cents in all.”—Philadelphia Rec-
GEO. O'B. DE BAR, M. D.,
delicately browned loaf of bread made
A singular railroad wreck took ord.
PHYSICIAN AND SURUEON.
place on the headwaters of the Sacra­
irom
mento river recentlv. While round­
lever Touched Him.
Jacksonville, Oregon
ing a curve seven cars went out of the Shorts—The papers misstated some
the
middle
of
a
freight
train
into
*
■Office 'n Kahler'« Building, up-atalra. Re.
stream Neither end of the train re- details of that accident today.
lUeuue on California etreot. Dav or nlabl
Longs—How so?
ceived
damages.
oalle .Handed nromotlv
Kick a dog and he bites you.
Greeley. Colorado, was one of the Shorts—They stated that the tramp
who
stole
a
ride
on
a
mud
scow
was
few
places
in
tlie
United
States
With the sad results achieved from the use of cheaper flour?
He bites you and you kick him.
J. M. KEENE, D. D. S.
where there was a full potato crip washed overboard. He wasn't. 1 saw
The ont, the highest triumph of cookerv—the most useful of this
year. The output of that dis­
when they pulled him out, and b-
more
all the «arts; the other, a monument to wasted energy, blasted trict is estimated at eight thousand him
was just as dirty as when be left the The more you kick the
OPERATIVE DENTISTRY A SPECIALTY.
carloads. Their crops are grown by boat.—Harlem Life.
hope*
and
poor
judgment.
But
why
continue
the
compari
­
he bites and the more he bites
Offices >n the Adkins Deuel block
of irrigation.
son? If you have made (he mistake in the past, trying to theaid
The
Russian
government
is
making
Orego
Medford,
Grand Holiday Excursion.
exist on inferior flour, redeem yourself by ordering Snowy; strenuous efforts to relieve the actual
.he more you kick, Each
Butte flour only in future.
' necessities of tens of thousands of Messrs. Bolton and Peil of Ashland
_____________ ____
,___ __
___ who have conducted several success­ makes the other worse.
Its famine-stricken
subjects
in the
H. I). NORTON,
eastern and southeastern provinces. (fui excursions to San Francisco, an-
another for the holidays. It
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR AT LAW,
Every up-to-date dealer
J; TI k . u ha* been an allotment made of □ounce
A thin body makes thin
thirty-six pounds of flour per month will leave Ashland Thursday, Dec.
Handles it
!; to
Grant'* Pas*, Oregon.
each starving person in twelve 26th, at 12:30 A. M., on the regular
___
a
overland train. Fare for the round­ 1 od^ Thin blood makes a
provinces.
A. J. Snell wanted to attend a trip will be $12; children under 12
Scortico sbove S P. U. * L. Co •» Store.
party: but was afraid to do so on ac­ years, half price. Tickets are good '.bin body. Each makes the
count of pains in the stomach, which for ten days, which will be extended
r worse. If there is going
he feared would grow worse. He says: a like period for 87.50additional. This
Wm. M. COLVIG
•‘I was telling mv troubles to a lady will afford an excellent opportunity
LAWYER.
friend, who said: ‘Chamberlain’s to witness New Year's festivities in
i be a change the help must
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy the chief city of the West. Secure
your
tickets
early,
so
the
railroad
Headquarters for STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS
will put you In a condition for the
;:ne from outside.
party.’ I bought a bottle and take company can furnish ample accom­
pleasure in stating that two doses modations.
> njo tn Keil Men < Hu Idle
Scott’s Emulsion is the right
cured me and enabled me to have a
Food
Changed
to
Polson.
good time at, the party.” Mr. Snell Is
dp. It breaks up such a
a resident of Summer Hill, N. Y.
P. P. PRIM & SON,
Putrefying food in the intestine«
This remedy is for sale by City Drug produces
effects like those of arsenic; combination. First it sets the
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS Al' LAW
Store.
but Dr. King's New Life Pills expel
Japan ha« today over 50 000.000 nr the poisons from clogged bowels, geu- stomach right. Then it en­
Jacksonville, regon
fand
WHOLESALE
-
and
-
RETAIL people/
Its revenue
Is about 8138 , 900 - , tly, easily but surely, curing const!pa-
✓
the blood.
That
ooo. _ r
"
• , ■ . . •
w
tion, biliousness, sick neadacue, riches
8259.382,000,
accumulated since c 1 1870.
Buy
directly
from
the
Nursery
•
WIII practice In all oourta of the S.ste. Of-
--
“72. fever«, all liver, kidnev and bowel strengthens the body and it
nee In the Court House last door on the
In 1S99 ibere were 363a mile« open to troubles. Only 25c at City Drug
And Save Agent’s Profits.
rtrht from entrance
traffic Last, year «lie tiad 1221 steam 1 store.
begins to grow new flesh.
vessels with a tonnage of 315,168, and i
Pacific N’ Armory Co.
Send for Catalogue to
of sailing vessels 3822. with a teenage County Ireeiurer'i 25th Notice
A strong body makes rich
A. N. SOL1S5.
Ta-i '.eiit. Oregon. of 269.032. In ttie matter of manu­
blood
and rich blood makes a
facture«, especially those of cotton,
Max Muller, county treasurer, gives
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
Japanese goeds are to be found in ail notice that there are funds in the strong body. Each makes the
T3
the great markets of the far East. county treasury for the redemption
Japan has a formidable army and a of outstanding warrints protested other better. This is the way
puwerftil navy, and 1« conceded to be from Oct. 1, 1898. to Oct. 31. 1898,
Nota i F'iblie. Pi notices In all the oourte.
one of t.iiegreat powers of tlie world both dales inclusive. Interest, on the Scott’s Emulsion puts the thin
Office on California Strout, bet. fth and 6lb.
same will cease after Dec. 6, i901.
FORTHE
HOLIDAY SEASON
Pew«
NUNAN, JA®WLLE'
Irish Damask Table Linen,
Also Napkins to Match.
New Tapestry and Chenille Stand CoversA"wil)lhs.
Ladies’ Embroidered, Swiss-Make Linen and
Cambric Handkerchiefs, LATEST DESIGNS
OUR PRICES YOU WILL FINO THE LOWEST.
NUNAN
f
KICK A DOti
Snowy Butte Flour
A
PACIFIC NURSERY Comp’ny
Fruit Trees,
Shade, Ornamental Trees,
Vines and Plants.
V
XMAS and OTHER GOODS
A. C. HOUGH,
Now arri V ni{ at
Oregon.
...
Office over Hair-Riddle Hardware Store.
A. E. REAMES,
Children’s Books:
ATTO RN E Y-A T-L A W,
Jacksonville,
-
•
Oregon.
Wo have a nite lino of Children's book«: bright and catchy stories
that just nutBthefr little hearts. Also a nice line of Albums,
dolls, games, drums and other holiday goods. Have received lite
newest thing! In
Office tn Red Men'« Hulldlng.
Ladies’ Belts and Gentlemen’s Ties.
ROBT. G. SMITH,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Orant'* P***, Oregon.
Practices In all the oourta
■Hilding nontalr«
Office In Rank
We .till have a good aaaortnieut of tho celebrated
GORDON HATS
They ar« witbout question th« only hat for the money in town
It 1« our pleasure to »how our good«—so ploaaeoomo and look them over.
Dr. J.
H. B. NYE, Proprietor.
W. ODGERS.
DENTIST
Medford, Oregon.
Han permanently loeated In Ashland for the
praotlen of dentlatry. From a continued
praotloenf over fourteen yner» I am pre­
pared to guarantee entire .atlafaetlon
LIPPINCOTT’S
t
MONTHLY MAGAZINE *
A FAMILY LIBRARY
The Bast in Current Literature
12 C omflctc N ovxl * Y carlv
MANY SHORT STORIES ANO
PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS
>2.60 PtRVtAR: 26 CT*. A conv
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
•NO CONTINUED STORIES.
CVCRV NUMBCR COMFLtTI IM ITSCLV
GIVE
US
A
A tug lay hard by. aud the captalu
added his bit io tuy sociological noc­
turne. as I sat I d the pilot house and
peered out on the water, where red
lights aud green lights, with many of
yellow ami white, dripped zigzag fash­
ion down from the wharfs and ships.
“Where do you sleep?” questioned I.
"Why. here." lie replied, "in this very
pilot house on that nice fluffy bunk
you're a-settin' on; an’ sometimes 1
sleep nt that wheel, a-steerin’ this boat,
sir. Can't be helped, sir. The hours we
work would stave in a trained nurse
nil' send a sentinel to be shot. Why,
man. I've seed the time when I've stuck
by that wheel twenty grim hours at a
stretch. Once It was forty-two hours.
And when you read In the paper about
The Discoverer of Swamp-Root at Work la towin’ a big propeller clean through a
dock or jammln' her luto her next door
His Laboratory.
The-a is a disease prevailing in this neighbor fer keeps don't you say us tug
country most dangerous because so decep­ folks are Johnnie Raws. Just say we’re
tive. Many sudden deaths are caused by worked and worked till we sleep at the
it—heart disease, pneumonia, heart failure wheel. For that’s God's truth, sir.”—
or apoplexy are often the result of kidney Atlantic.
The Eminent Kidney
and Bladder Specialist
ATTORN E Y- AT- LA W
Ornnt'a Pass,
The Tnxthont I nptaln.
CALL
disease. If kidney trouble is allowed to *d-
vtnee the kidney-poisoned blood will attack
the vital organs, or the kidneys themselves
break down and waste away cell by cell.
Then the richness of the blood—the albumen
- leaks out and the sufferer has Bright's
disease, the worst form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the new dis­
covery is the true specific for kidney, bladder
and urinary troubles. It has cured thousands
of apparently hopeless cases, after all other
efforts have failed. At druggists in fifty-cen*
and dollar sizes. A sample bottle sent free
by mall, also a book telling about Swamp-
Root and It". wonderful cures.
Address
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. and
mention this paper._______________________
•
Sterilised
Book«.
body on its feet. Now it can
gut along by itself. No need
of medicine.
This picture represents
the Trade Mark of Scott's
Emulsion and is on the
wrapper of every bottle.
Send for free sample-
SCOTT & BOWNE.
409 Pearl St,.
New York.
50c. and $1. all druggists.
NOTARY PUBLIC diKi
REAL ESTATE AG’T.
Abstract* made to Title* of
Landa.
To guard against insidious bacilli
LEGAL DOCUMENTS.
physicians are recommending sterilising
all kind drawn up eapeclallv pertatolat I«
books in the public libraries, not in the
the settlement of estates
hope of killing evil producing literature,
but to deatroy noxious germs concealed Accounts Collected, Prompt Remittance.
MONEY LOANED.
in their leaves and bindings. That dis­
ease has frequently been transmitted Invstment securities » «pnoia,,, -«so«
Scrip bought and sola.
by the circulation of books has long □ounty
I bave a complete set ot maps of all aurvnj ed
been suspected, and the belief has re­ lands
tn this county, and receive Abstrae
monthly from Roseburg Land Office, je l.ai-d
cently been verified.
Department ot the O. * C. R. R. and the State
The most careful work in this direc­ Land
Department at Salem ot all ne* entries
made
1am hug prepared to make out home­
tion has been done by the Chicago Pub­
stead papers and can save to part.es the ex­
lic library, and Dr. Kuflewski reports pense ot • trip to the Roseburg land office
that he found a large number of liaelill.
a Number af Fine Farms and e»V«r
representing nearly a hundred different I have
Desirable Prnpartv In my beads far
poisons and disease germs.
I’lfty
bale.
books, selected at randonh were exam­ WPromnt reply made to all lettera. Charg­
ined. and all of them were foun I ■ >r< ee in acoorrtsnoe with 'he times
Refers, by permission. Hon. H. K. Hanna,
or less Infected. Dry sterlllzad- i is judge
of the 1st Judclal Distrtot, and to any
ouslness house In Jacksonville.
recommended.
SILAS J. DAY.
►