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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19. 1901.
FOR THF----- -
Yerkes, the street-car magnate,will
build a seventy thousand horse-power
station at London, the largest in the
Bob Fitzsimmons is going to referee
the McGovern-Sullivan fight, provid
ing he is free from other engage
ments at the time.
The Springfield rifles now In use by
the Oregon National Guard are to be
supplanted by the Krag-Jorgenson
make at an early date.
offers you Exceptional Good Values In
Deeds, mortgages, leases, bends,
bills of sale and every imaginable
kind of legal blanks—the latest and
best—are constantly on hand at T he
T imes office.
Gen. Kitchener reports that Gen.
Hamilton has captured a Boer Laager
at Wehraens, and killed 16 and cap
tured 76 prisoners and one of Benson’s
A large quantity of newspapers,
suitable for wrapping, pasting cn
walls, putting under carpets, etc., can
be obtained cheap, in quantities U
suit, at T he T imes Printing House.
Tbe celebrated Snap Shot, the best
medicine in the world for allaying in
flammation in man or beast, can be
found at Dr.
store, also at Dr. Hinkle’s, Cecitral
Point. Try it.
In Pendleton Dec. 14tb. at the mar
riage altar, pretty Elsie Parker, who
had promised to wed James Sprague,
Soliciting your Valued Patronage, We are Respectfully,
changed her mind and uttered a most
emphatic "no” when a "yes” was-prop-
erly in order. Mutual friends of the
twain who were present argued In
vain. Elsie did would not and did not
No one can reasonably hope for
good health unless his towels move
once each day. When this is not at
tended to disorders of the stomach
arise, biliousness, headache, dyspepsia
piles soon follow. If you wish to
Did you ever compare a delicious, flaky,:’ and
avoid these ailments keep your bowels
GEO. O’B. DE BAR. M. D.,
delicately browned loaf of bread made? regular by taking Chamberlain’s
and Liver Tablets when re-
PHY8I0IAN AND SURGEON,
ouired. They are so easy to take, and
mild and gentle in effect. For sale
by City Drug Store.
Wonice 'n Kahler'« Buildinc, un-ntalra. Kes
The Department of Agriculture is
ld.no« on California «tract, bar or nient
anxious to encourage tbe growing of
oalla attended promotlr
flowers for perfume-making in this
With the sad results achieved from the use of cheaper flour? I • country, and attention is called to
tbe fact that condit ions In the South
J. M. KEENE, D. O. S
The oik , the highest triumph of cookery—the most useful of] I ern states, and particularly in South
all the arts; the other, a monument to wasted energy, blasted; J ern California, are exceptionably fa
OPERATIVE DENTISTRY A SPECIALTY.
vorable for industries of this kind. It
hopes and poor judgment. But why continue the compari-;! Is
believed that io California the es
O neos >n tha Adkins Deuel block
son? If you have made the mistake in the past, trying to![ sential oil, or attar, of roses might be
exist on inferior flour, redeem yourself by ordering Snowy i ’ produced on an extensive scale to
Butte flour only in future.
I i great advantage.
■ A case that is interesting St. Louis
H. D. NORTON,
i physicians Is that of Ell Daniels, a
patient at the city hospital, who is
ATTORNEY and counselor at LAW,
Every up-to-date dealer
convalescing from an operation of tbe
heart. He was stabbed in the heart
Grant's Pasa, Oregon.
at Chester, III.,and Dr. H. L. Nletert,
superintendent of the hospital, where
«rOffle« abo»« 8 P. D. * L. Co '« Storo.
Daniels was taken 24 hours after be
ing cut, sewed up the wound, taking
several stitches, and the patient is
Wio. M. COLVIG,
now well on the road to recovery.
Barney Jacobson, a Swede, was run
over by a couple of light engines near
Cottonw«M»d, Calif., had bls leg cut
The Leading Jeweler
off and died soon after. He was rid
ing on a railroad velocipede, and
)íl;se In Red Men’s Ku Mln
»sleep under the Influence of liquor.
The signals of loud whistles were
Has the finest Stock of
given and the emergency brakes ap-
P. P. PRIM A SON,
' plied, supposing the man would get
• off the track In time. The coroner’«
ATTORNEYS AND OQUNSHLORS AT LAW
jury found deceastd was struck by »
locomotive eugine in charge of Denni-
Freel; and that it was the result oi
recklessness on t.ie part of the engi
“Will praclloe In all oouria of the S.ale. Ot-
neer In not stopping his engine, when
Bor In tile Court Houae last door on the
■ lie saw the car standing still on the
rlrht from entrene«
i track Deceased was a lineman of
RINGS, E TC.
I the Postal Telegranh Co., and well
known in Southern Oregon.
A. C. HOUGH,
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
Irish Damask Table Linen,
Also Napkins to Match.
New Tapestry and Chenille Stand Covers "'»Mta..
Ladies’ Embroidered, Swiss-Make Linen and
Cambric Handkerchiefs, LATEST DESIGNS
OUR PRICES YOU WILL FIND THE LOWEST
AOTSl SAKWO POWMS CO., Nt« yOWK,
The Trip of the Season.
A winter trip to southern Cali for-
nia and Arizona via the famous
Shasta Route is one never to be for
gotten. Renewed acquaintance with
this section will ever develop fresh
points of Interest and added sources
of enjoyment UDder its numberless re
sorts of mountain, shore, valley and
plain. Two trains leave Portland
dally, morning and evening, for Cali
fornia. These trains are equipped
with the most improved pattern of
standard and tourist sleeping cars,
and the low rates place the trip in
reach of ail. For illustrated guides
California and Arizona winter resorts
R. B. M iller , GeD’l Pass. Ag’t,
The royal library at Windsor castle
is about to be enlarged by tbe inclusion I
of a room adjoining hitherto used by
the lord in waiting. This will enable
many thousands more volumes to be
added to the hundred thousand valu
able works now on the «helves.
Ro great has Ix-come the demand for
American coal in Europe that It has
been decided to build an Immense re
ceiving station for unloading, screening
and grading coal In northern France.
Rates have been made on French roads
which will drive German coal out ot
Dr. Bizarro of Gorz has published a
pamphlet in which he tries to provs
that tbe Adriatic has for more than a
thousand years been rising and en
croaching on its shores. The lowesl
parts of Triest are experiencing trou
ble already, and in course of time Vegj
ice will l»e burieil in the mud of the la
You have used all
of cough reme
I dies but it does not
Onceover Halr-Rlddlc Hardware Store.
“The Best Goods at
The Lowest Prices,”
DO YOU GET UP
Is Myers’ Motto.
A. E. REAMES,
ATTORN EY-A T-L A W.
Office In Red Meo's Building.
ROBT. G. SMITH.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Grant's Paas, Oregon.
Praotlcea In all the oourtn
Office In Rank
•He« permanently toeated tn Ashland for tha
praotloe of dentistry. From a oontlnued
practloe of over fourteen years I am pre
pared to guarantee entire eallafaotloB
BO Y BARB* ,’
C opyrights Ac.
Anynn« omuttng n Rk«t ch and d wort nt Ion
quickly aflcMtMln our opinion free whether an
Inrentinn m probably patentable. ( ommuntra-
tlona utrtctly confidential. Handbook on Patents
•ent free. Oldest aoenry for aorurlnw patent*.
Pat anta taken through Munn A Cos receive
not iff, without charge. In the
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest civ.
eolation of snr selsnilgj Journal. Term«, »S a
year; four months. *1. Bold byall newsdealers.
Ä Co.38’8™'”” Nsw York
Branch «“trice. O F - . Washington. D. C
Saint Helen’s Hall
A Boarding and Day School for Girls
MUSIC, ART AND ELOCUTION.
This School offers to girls s broad ard itorouffh education, combined with the advantages
of a healthful and refl nod home. It »«tuples a large »nd »ttraoilve building In tbe Immediate
vicinity of the Citv «'ark
I he sanitary condition of the premises baa been made a matter of
special attention. The bed chsmbers. class and recitation rooms are large and tnoroughly
ventilated; and the construction of the butld<ng la such that every room Is open to the sunlight
Tho greatest care has been taken to provide all the necessary appointments of a well
equipped school, and to furnish every facility tor training pupils In the moat approved methods
The alm of the school la to give thorough and well-oroercd Instruction to girls and young
women. Atting them for college when that la desired, and to aid In the development of true
and womanly character.
The Fall torm opens September IS. 1901. A faculty ot twenty competent teachers Ina urea
for children and young women that Individual oare an«'. Instruction neooaaary to the best
There are four skilled teachers In the Music Department alona, specialists I d Art and
Oartory. and native teachers In Trench and German.
Provision la made for all athletle games suitable to women, as tennis, croquet, basket ball
bicycling and horseback riding
A gyn.-*slum. Nixltk) feel, la In process of construction
which will offer still more opportunities tor Lonlthtul exercise
For Illustrated catalogue apply to
MISS ELEANOR TF.BHFTT8, Principal
PACIFIC NURSERY Comp’ny
Headquarters for STRICTLY FIRST CLASS
Shade, Ornamental Trees,
Vines and Plants.
Buy directly from the Nursery
And Save Agent’s Profits.
3..d for catalogue u>
Pacific \ur»ery Co.
WITH A LAME BACK?
Kidney Trouble Makes You
Almost everybody who reads the news
papers Is sure to know of the wonderful
cures made by Dr.
the great kidney, liver
and bladder remedy.
It is the great medi-
k cal triumph of the nine-
i teenth century; dis-
; covered after years of
scientific research by
Dr. Kilmer, the emi
nent kidney and blad
der specialist, and is
wonderfully successful In promptly curing
lam« back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou
bles and Bright's Disease, which is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer’s Swamp-Root is not rec
ommended for everything but If you have kid
ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found
)ust the remedy you need. It has been tested
In so many ways, in hospital work, in private
practice, among the helpless too poor to pur
chase relief and has proved so successful in
every case that a special arrangement has
been made by which all readers of this paper
who have not already tried it, may have a
sample bottle sent free by mall, also a book
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
find out if you have kidney or bladder troub*.
When writing mention reading this generous
| offer In this paper and
«send your address to
hamton, N V. The
regular fifty cent and Hom« ,-r «-»mp-Root.
dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists.
I yield; it is too deep
Grand Christmas Raffle.
A affle forllOO in U. S. gold coin
will take place at the Banquet saloon
in Jacksonville on Tuesday night,
Dec. 24,1901. Tbe person throwing
the highest number with dice will
get $75, and the lowest throw takes
the remaining 925. Chances will
range from one cent to 91.
turkey supper will be set after the
raffle, which will be conducted to in
sure general satisfaction.
Land tar Sale.
I have 1560 acres of land, all In one
tract, on Antelope creek for sale. It
is situated 18 miles from Jacksonville,
12 miles from Central Point, and 10
miles from Medford. I will sell this
land in tracts ot 100 acres up until all
is sold, at 910 per acre. It is good
farming and grazing land, and a good
stock range on the outside. I will
sell all, or as low as 100 acres in a
tract. Inquire of W m . B ybee , Jack
sonville Or._____ ______
SUITABLE FOR HOLIDAY I RtSENTS.
I J Hangs On
Snowy Butte Flour
ATTORN e y - at la w
The skin of#tbe musk ox. which 18 a
denizen of the "Barren Grounds” and
the arctic region of Canada, has taken
the place of that of the extinct buf
falo for sleigh robes. It varies In price
from $50 to as low as $5 for a poor ar
Tbe industrial depression in Germany
la reaching serious proportions. Em
ployment agencies are deluged with ap
From the mining regions
come reports of numerous dismissals
and reduced work. The same is true
in iron and steel work.
Gigantic water power developments
are projected in tbe Alps. There are
now in tiie French Alps forty-eight fac
tories supplied by 250.000 horsepower,
electrically generated. Engineers esti
mate that 3.000.000 horsepower is now
nirninir to waste in the Alos
Yen Knew What You Are Taking
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic,
Ix-cause the formula is plainly printed on every
bottle showing that It is simply Iron and Q if-
mne in a tasteless form. No Cure, No Pav. Me.
Placer Mine far Sale.
Mrs. Cornwallis- W «•<’■ Wit.
EMULSION 1 I
will do this when everything
else fails. There is no doubt
strengthens, builds up and i I
makes the body strong and
healthy, not only to throw 3
off this hard cough, but to
fortify the system against •i
further attacks, if you are
run down or emaciated you
should certainly take this
nourishing food medicine.
A good placer mine, containing
about five acres, including a comfort
able «1 weliing-nouse. situated in Jack
sonville. caa t>e bought cheap, as the
owner wishes to leave the state. For
further particulars apply at T he
T imes office.
Not so long ago Josepii Chamberlain
refused, with that firmness, not to say
obstinacy, that is so irritating to the
Inquiring mind, to discuss the wgr with
Mrs. George Cornwallis-West ”1 see.”
she said sweetly, "you prefer to discuss
your Indiscretions in public.” Not long
after tbe colonial secretary made some
rather sarcastic remark about the po
litical activity of certain women, add
ing that he could not understand why
American women, who kept out of pol
itics at home, overwhelm««! us in Eng
land. "Ah.” said Mrs. Cornwallis-West
Innocently. “American men are too in
telligent to nee«l our educat.ng ‘litlu-
seated. It may wear
itself out in time, but
is more liable to
produce la grippe,
J pnu ironia or a seri i I
I You need something
I that will give you
I strength and build
up the body.
lor. andti.no, all druggists.
SCOTT & HOW NF., Chsmuts. N«w York.
PARK AND WASHINGTON STREETS
La* Into a Secret.
A. P. Arsutron,. LI.. B„ Principal
During General Sherman's famous
"maren to tbe sea” liotb .north and
south were completely mystified as to
what point tbe general was striking
for, and one day an old Georgia plant
er who had called at his headquarters
and enjoyed his good cheer asked him
boldly if he had any objection to tell
ing where bis army was bound. "Not
the least.” said Sherman. Then, lean
ing over, he whispered In his guest's
ear. but so loudly that everybody else
In the tent overheard It. “We are going
pretty much where we -----pleaser*
A practical, progressiv« school, conspicuous
for thorough work, with hundreds of graduâtes
in positions as bookkeepers and stenographers^
Already proud of a high standing wherever
known, it steadily grows better and bett»
Open all the year. Students admitted any time.
Private or class instruction. Learn what and
how we teach, and what it coats. Catalogue free
A Vosag Violinist.
— • ------ Board of Directors
D. P. THOMPSON, PRESIDENT
D. SOLIS COHEN
DAVID W. DUNN*
Teddy Baton Is a nlne-.vear-old De
trolt boy who since his fifth year has
iH-en a stud« ot of the violin. He Is so
earnest in Ids work that he has al- >
reedy made several successful appear I
snees as a soloist. He has a remark» I
ble t«'ciiuique, producing a clear, even
tone. He plays bis solos from memory,
and chief among them are Wlenlaw-
Ordera for riaeka.Bugifiee and Riding Horaea
ski'a “Kulnwiak,” Mosxkowski’s "8a-
promptly alten Ced lo.
reuata.” the Polish dance by Bcbarwen-
FeMing deue al reaoonable retes. Best ot
ka and the plxaicato movement and oc core laheu lo preveal aocldenlo. bul *111 be re
apoeatble tur nono «bould ibey ocour.
taves In Musin’s “Maaourka” and tbe
W iil retuae u> do Usen work < m «redil.
GKUllGF. N. LKWl.a, Prog.
artificial harmonies In the "Kuiawiak.”
LIVERY, FEED SALE