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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 16, 1902)
NEW SHORT STORIES
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Mr. Cleveland'« Teat.
In a speech at Norwich, C< mm >., the
home of hla grandfather, delivered dur
ing a recent vlalt, ex-Fresldent Cleve
land told the following anecdote:
"When I lived In Buffalo, a good many
year» ago, a man also lived there whose
occupation wai largely the collection
of bad debts. He was so persistent
mil followed a debtor In a manner so
destructive of peace and comfort that
he was quite commonly known as
‘Pestilence.' He originated in Norwich,
and I determined that If I ever hud au
opportunity I would test his Norwich
pride of nativity. One day he called
on me, and »Ince he was not on a col
lecting errand we began a pleasant
chat. He soon remarked that he bad
often wondered If I was In any way
feinted to 1’eacon Cleveland, who used
to live In Norwich. With the opportu
nity I ha<1 awaited so fairly presented
me and anxious to make the test
as thorough ils possible I replied that
I was somewhat related to the deacon
as a grandson and casually indicated
my doubts as to 111» fair dealing In bl»
huHlnewi a» a watchmaker and repair
er. The tjest wax most effective, but
the explosion was terrific. For an !n-
stant I feared physical harm, and be
fore the door wa» slammed behind a
raging figure I was told with vigorous
emphasis that I was a disgrace to my
name and that If I ever became a man
one-half a» honest and respectable a-
my grandfather who lived In Norwich
1 would be more lucky than I deserved
to be and more of the same sort. Now,
of course I knew it was wrong as an
ordinary proposition to speak In the
way I <rtil about my grandfather, but
in ahi of an Important research and for
the purpose of testing a most Interest
lug theory I sacrificed my sense of pro
priety. I have fully made up my mind
that under no stress of temptation will
I ever again even appear to scandalize
•r »peak lightly of my own or any one
else'» grandfather If he was born In
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Made Mr. HeKInley’a Speech,
A well known general of the civil
wnr. who lias «Ince become prominent
tn United State» politics and In now a
senator from one of the western state«,
was going to speak at a political meet
ing nt Marlboro, O., and so also waa
Mr. McKinley, then a ci'ngr»w«mnn.
They drove down from Canton togeth
er. As they were driving along the
general asked his companion for some
suggestions, and the latter kindly ex
plained the situation and advanced ar
guments In support of the position of
the Repiblican party. Mr. McKinley,
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tion for women’s use, Minnie M. Cat
lin of New York city being the paten
tee. In a device of this kind It Is very
desirable to have tbe moistener read
ily detachable fron tbe broom to per-
mit It to be cleansed and moistened.
It is also desirable to have the device
exert a slight pressure on the ends of
the straws to serve as a dribble for
sweeping very dusty carpets. With
these ends in view this moistener con
sists of a band of sponge mounted on a
blE'ling strip of heavy cloth. l*rovi-
slon Is made for adjusting the band to
fit brooms of any size and at any <le-
sii-jd height from the floor. When in
the moistening strip may be dlp-
In water and then bound around
Clvilizntion of the Crows.
broom, or It hiny be applied first
The Crow Indians, once the terror
the broom held in a bucket of wa
of tbe plain», are now scheduled as
ter until the sponge has become satu
among tlie most Industrious and pros
rated. In sweeping, a small quantity
perous Indians In the country. There
of the water will constantly trickle
are about 2,000 of them on tbe Crow
from the sponge to the straws, time
reservation In Montana, and they have
laying the dust and assisting in clean
been reported at Washington as “self
supporting.” There are gradations of “MAJOB.JUST HAND ME THOSE DOCUMENTS.’ ing the floor. When It 1» necessary to
apply a liquid preparation for destroy
worthlessness even among savages, and
the Crows were more energetic In their the general about what line of thought ing moths or other insects, this ar
wild life than were many of the other he Intended to pursue In making his rangement should prove especially de
tribes, and especially those of the coast speech at Marlboro, and the latter, sirable.
It I» nut surprising therefore that they
Among new candelabra those of cut
are more energetic In semicivilized life would say very little and would leave
than the others and are ready sooner to the bulk of argument to Mr. McKin glass with silver sticks for the candles
dispense with government rations.— ley. The general duly made his bow are the prettiest According to the
to the audience and began his speech. color scheme of decoration are the can
As he became warmed up tbe recol dles and their shades. The last by
lection of what Mr. McKinley bad been the way. are almost too beautiful to
talking about on the way to the meet use this season. They come in aE sixes,
OO YOU GET UP
ing became stronger, and be began all colors, all shades of colors, made of
pursuing the line of argument that bls row after row of rose petals In soft
WITH A LAME BACK? companion bad prepared for himself. silk. Dot sewed, but apparently lying
Tbe general laid down bls proposition loose on the foundation. Yellow can
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. just as the major had done In tbe car dles. with dainty yellow shades sur
riage and finally said: “And I can mounting them, set In the silver and
the news prove all this. Major, just band me
cut glass candelabra give an Impres
papers Is sure to
those documents.” And then he pro sion of sunlight, while the rose colored
ceeded to read at length from Mr. Mc ones lend a glow aud beauty to the
Kinley’s notes. When the general bad dinner table nnd Its guests indescriba
finished, there was little left for the bly lovely. Green Is not to he recom
It is the great medi major to say.—Chicago News.
mended. It casts a pallor that 1» not
cal triumph of the nine-
becoming: neither lavender nor blue
1 teenth century; dis-
for such occasions, although either Is
A Picture Hat.
| covered after years of
The graceful and striking picture hat pretty in parlor or drawing room as a
»scientific research by
Dr- Kilmer, the emi- In the illustration Is of pearly white bit of color decoration:
' nent kidney and blad felt—the new, soft, silky felt that Is al pink and all shades of yellow should
der specialist, and is most but not quite beaver. The wide, be used r»r“fI v
Thu beat waterpranf «araarntn in th«
Mad« from th« b««t material« and
warranted waterpr««f. Mad« to et«nd
th« roQgheat work and weather
. Laak far tha trade mark. Wyonr dealer
do«« not h«v« them« writ« for catalogn« to
I. I. Belt lag am! farting fa,, Art«., Ran Frawfa«.
M. RAW TF.l A ««N. IUIo Mfre.
Kat Cembrld<o» M m *.
There are many curious points about
crabs and lobsters. Every one of
either genus Is provided ^vltb a big
iw for crushing aud a small claw
>ied by its shape for cutting as
-or» do. With these two claws
tear tbe food they capture into
; u;s nail feed themselves liter-
frou "hand to mouth.” But there
is every re:.'tin to suppose that the
claws are Inti tided quite as much for
fighting a» lor eating purposes, inas
much a» rttch powerful bands' are not
needed fur detouring the soft food they
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Hu IM Till Han Alwaji Bought
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