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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 23, 1902)
We Offer You for the
NEXT THIRTY 1
Ladies’ Mackintoshes Regular $4.00, Now $2.85
$175, M $2.65
MEN’S AND BOYS’ 0VERC0AT8,
OREGON ALL-WOOL MACKINAWS
Prices Always the Lowest
Did you ever compare a delicious, flaky,
delicately browned loaf of bread made
GEO. O’B. OB BAR, M. D.,
eWOfflc* in Kahler’* Building,
id» no« on California «troot.
, oall* attendod nrumntly
DMT or night
J. M. KEENB, D. D. ».
OPERATIVE DENTISTRY A SPECIALTY.
Ofloee m the Adkina Deuel block
Snowy Butte Flour
With the sad results achieved from the use of cheaper flour?
The one, 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 by ordering Snowy
Butte flour only in future.
H. D. NORTON,
attorney and counselor at law ,
Grant's Pass, Oregon.
Omoe above 8 P. D. A L. Co '« 8lore.
□mee la Ked Men'« Bu Mia
F. F. PRIM A SON,
DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING
ARE NOW CURABLE
by our new invention. Only thoee born deaf are incurable.
■Wil eraetloe in all eourtaot the Slate. Of-
aoe In the Court Hou** leal door on the
rlrht iront entrano»
A. C. HOUGH,
«Xteeover Hair-Riddle Hardware Store.
A. B. REAMES,
attornkys and counselors at law
ROBT. O. SMITH,
attorney and counselor at law .
HEAD F. NOISES
A. WKRMAN, OF BAL TIMOR!, SAYS I
B altimore , Md.. March jo, toot.
Grntlrmtn — Being entirely cured of deafness. thanka to your treatment. I will now give you
a full history of my caae. to be used at your discretion.
About five years ago my right ear began to aing, and thia kept ou getting worse, until I lost
my hearing in thi« ear entirety.
I underwent a treatment for catarrh, for three month«, without any success, consulted« num
ber of physicians, among others, the mo-t eminent ear specialist of this city, who told me that
only an operation could help me. and even that only temporarily, that the head uoiaes would
then cer.se, but the hearing in the affected car would be lost forever.
I then saw your advertisement accidentally in a New York paper, and ordered your treat
ment. After I had used It only a few days according to your directions, the noises ceased, and
to-day. after five weeks, my hearing in the diseased ear has been entirely restored. I thank you
heartily *u<l beg to remain
Very truly yours.
1 A. WERK4N. 730S. Broadway, Baltimore, Md.
Location Makes No Difference.
Ofloe tn Hank
The Best Photographs
Are still læing made by
H. C. MACKEY & BOYD.
The - Shasta - Route
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY.
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Pullman and tourist oen an both trata*.
Chair oar* Sacramento to Ogden an d El
Paso, and tourist osra to Chloago St Lout*
New Orlean* and Washington.
Direct connection at Sen Franetiioo with
■tesmshlp line* for Hawaii. Japan, Chins, the
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.
was $9,080,703.94, and the snm appro
priated was $7.532.519.31. The secre
tary of the treasury will forward the
estimates to congress.
In making public the estimates Com
missioner Macfarland stated that the
commissioners had followed this year,
as Inst, the policy of asking for what is
really necessary, regardless of the pos
sible deficit due to the diversion of Dis
trict funds by congress to street exten
In the Way.
Jlmson—You say your wife threw the
poker at a stray dog and bit you in
Jester—Yt-s. but It was my fault. I
Itntl no business standing behind her
when she thren- —Ohio State Journal.
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis
courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
and cheerfulness soon
disappear when the kid
neys are out of order
Kidney trouble has
become so prevalent
that it is not uncommon
for a child to be bom
t* afflicted with weak kid
neys. If the child urip-
ates too often. If the
urine scalds the fl*sh or if. when the child
reaches an age when it should be able to
control the passage, it is yet afflicted with
bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of
the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first
step should be towards the treatment of
these important organs.
trouble is due to a diseased condition of the
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
most people suppose.
Women as well as men are made mis
erable with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the same great remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect of
Swamp-Root Is soon realized. It is sold
by druggists, in fifty
cant and one dollar
sizes. You may have a
sample bottle by mail
free, also pamphlet tell Hom» of Swamn-Root
ing all about it, including many of th»
thousands of testimonial letters recei”ed
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
k Co.. Binghamton, N. Y., be sure and
r entlon this paper.
Dr. J. J. MURRAY,
VETERINARY SURGEON AND DENTIST
F*Or*<la*lnof Amerloan Veterinary College,
New York Ct»y.
Offloe at Naab Livery Stable. Phone M.
The District commissioners have
transmitted to the secretary of the
treasury their estimates of the appro
priations that will be needed for the
support of the government of the Dis
trict for the fiscal year ending June 30.
1903. The sum asked Is $10,439,381.67.
'The sum asked for the preceding year
Goods are Fresh and First-Class and Prices the Best
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Ml*» Roosevelt’s Chama.
Miss Harriet Wadsworth of New
Wadsworth, will be a close contempo
rary of Mies Roosevelt, as will be also
Miss Helen Mackay-Smith and Miss
Miss Mackay-Smith Is the eldest
daughter of Rev. Dr. Mackay-Smith,
who is in charge of the quaint colonial
church at Washington, St John's,
which has been the scene of so many
historic ceremonies and Is one of the
principal places of interest to all slgby.
ieers In Washington.
Miss Townsend will make her debut
In December, and has Just returned
from Europe, where, with her mother,
she has spent the past six months,
having been much admired In Parts
and at the German baths.
-SKS.- YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME “ViS“* Women as Well as Men
mnmuTioiui tuui clinic , sw ^ aiuaviuchicmojll ^ Are Made Miserable by
Grant’s Pass, Oregon.
EAST - - •
The recent robbery of the Chicago
postoflice and the possibility that the
robbers will dispose of 174,000 worth of
stolen stamps has called attention
afresh to the need of some kind of sub
sidiary currency which can be sent
through the malls. It was never in
tended that stamps be used as money,
yet the enormous growth of the mall
order business has really brought that
The mall order con
cerns accumulate large quantities of
stamps, and to convert them Into mon
ey often have to sei* at a discount
Thus a “stamp trade" has sprung up
which enables burglars to dispose of
stolen stamps with little danger of de
tection. The next congress will doubt
less be called upon to consider plans
for relieving this situation.
<)»<»• treatment doe» not interfere with your ueual occupation.
■omet In Rod Men’« Butldtnf.
Prunes* in all the oourta
Carrcncy to Send Through Malta.
The District Budget.
Wm. M. COLV1G,
Dr. P. M. Rlxey continues to visit the
White House dally, as be used to do
during the Administration of President
McKinley. President and Mrs. Roose
velt have made no selection of a family
physician, and Dr. Rlxey occupies that
position. Whether be will remain in
that capacity when be becomee sur
geon general of the navy is not known.
The late Dr. Bates, surgeon general of
the army, was the first physician to
President ant! Mrs. McKinley. When
be died, Dr. Leonard Wood, now Gen
eral Wood, was designated to the posi
tion. He remained until the breaking
out of the war with Spain, when he
■went to the front as colonel of the
rough riders. Dr. Sternberg, surgeon
general of the army, was next looking
after the health of President and Mrs.
McKinley, but only for a short time,
when he was succeeded by Dr. Rlxey.
The latter called at the White House
dally for three years.
US A CALL
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MORMON BISHOPS’ PILL« ksv* beee In uw
over ao yean by the leaden of the Mormon Church and their
follower*. Positively earn* the wont ea*e* In old and young
tram effect* of *bU-abnM, dlatlpsUon, «xoeoes, or cigarette smoking. C»iw Last
Ma Hbeod, Impotence. Ln»t P»wer. Nlght-Lo«»-^, *>perma*orrbo»a, I a ••ma I a,
Pains tn Baek, Evil Dasirea, Nominal Kmlsalons, I.aane Back, Nerwana Debility.
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lion, Stop» Gmlekne*« ot DHeharga. Btapa Narran.
lid*. Meets ar» Immediate. Impart vigor and potency toever. ___
CÍNTS organs. Stimulate*
deapondMOt, a cure is at hand. Restore* «mall, undeveloped tMtMa
the brain and nerve oe ven. Me. a box,« fot *3JO by maU. A written guarantee, to cur» or
00007 refunded, with a boxes. Circulate tree.
Aririrnes, BISHOF RKMttnv CO„ Ban Fmnolnen, On I.
City Drug Store, Jacksonville.
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Anyon» randtn« a «ketch end deocrtpllon ma:
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By Barry Pain.
"He Just talks—stands and talks aa
if be couldn’t stop,” said the small boy,
when the Rev. Jam«; Dihrater had
left “And It’s always the. sa^t; kl^
of thing—a long story to show what a
little boy can do. And be doesn’t know
the difference be ■tween
tween a !>oy and ajia-
by? He doesn’t know the difference be^
twegp BocyrjinjJ Ruggen He doesn’j
1Sov?Tti"sl5g!e Wess^d thTng. ^xeept
Greek and rot of that jynd. He said
waff a fine
th! ng ~~
to have a'good
game In the open air with a ball or a
hoop or a skipping rope. Fact be did.
It won’t do, you know. What's he take
“What else did he say?’ Inquired the
“Ob, the log cabin to Wlilte House
kind of thing. He’s hot on heroes. If
you ask me, I think heroes are a good
deal too much cracked up. If I got the
chance to be a hero tomorrow, I
wouldn’t I know chaps that would—
but not me.”
“Well, take Instances. Know any
Roman history? No? Lucky beggar!
Wish I didn't have to know any my
self. In Roman history there was a
hero called Curtius—Jumped down a
hole and did for himself. There was
another called Declus that went and
4jot himself killed by the enemy. That
would be all right if you could come to
life again, but you can’t And when
you’re dead it doesn't seem to me to
matter much whether people are cheer
ing you and praising you and crack
ing you up or whether they’re not
Besides, you can't go on with any
When you’re dead, you
When I do anything good,
I want something good for it and no
rotten ^heroism. And I believe., every
man of”sense thiqka.the,same. Som?
time ago I swallowed a three^Wny"bit
because a boy said I daren't. You see,
I was a good deal more of a kid than I
am now. It was rather silly of me^ an^
It was silly of the'other boy, too,’ be
cause it was his threepence. And It
wasn’t properly his threepence, because
It had been given him for the offertory.
The offertory had to do without It
However, as I was saying. I swallowed
It That got me a bit looked up to by
other chaps. If you aren’t afraid of
swallowing a threepenny bit, then fel
lows are careful how they get trying
larks with you. One of the big chaps
came up to me and asked If I did it
and whep I said ’Yes’ he said. ‘Silly
young devil!’ He’s spoken to me again
since then, and he’s a chap who practi
cally never speaks to kids.”
The Interviewer suggested that he
roes did not always die In the act
“No; I suppose they don’t I believe
it would be lietter if they did. They
can’t keep It up to that level. They
can’t do the heroic every day. They've
got to get into rows and go short of
money, Just like anybody else, then
they're disappointed. You don’t hear
much about that In the books or from
the Rev. James Dll water, bnt you can
see for yourself that’s how It would be.
Heroism's like a lot of other things. If
you’ve not got it. you don't want it. If
you’ve ever li.nl It, yon can't do without
It. It’s so with smoking. There was a
time when I'd never tried it and didn’t
care to try it.”
The Interviewer felt It his duty to ex
press a pious nope that that time still
“Look here! I've had half an hour of
Don’t you begin too.
It's Just occasionally when I feel the
need of It. I don’t brag about it as
some boys do. boys that have never
smoked the whole of a cigarette all at
one time. But we weren’t talking abou
“No. with regard to heroism”—
“Yes. there's another tiling. If boys
get to be awfully good at anything and
are tremendously praised for it, they
generally get so cocky there’s no do;
Ing anything with them.
It must be
tby same yfciUi heroes, n^ough the books
take jolly~good careTo keep that dark.
Nice sort of man Horatius mujt have
been after he’d kept the bridge in the
brave days of old! Of course he put
on some. He couldn't help it' Nobody
could. If the truth were known, I be
lieve there’s lots of people owe their
ruin to an act of heroism. You’d nev
er guess that from the way Mr. Dil
water talks, but 1 keep my eye» open
and think out things for myself.”
“Surely,” said the Interviewer, “this
Is principally hypothesis. As a matter
I shouldn’t like my
pure minded and noble example to be
rammed down the thriftts of 11 lot of
other boys that had never done any
thing to me. When a thing gets rub
bed Into you too much, you bate It.
That’s how it is with me and heroism.
What with the books my aunts give me
on my birthday and at Chrlstmaa and
what with Mr. Dilwater*s Interesting
Illustrations of what a little boy can
do I’ve bad too much heroism. You
won’t catch me standing on any burn
ing deck when all but me had fled.
Don’t expect It. I've got too much re
gard for other boys. They don't want
to have me slung Into poetry for them
to lie made to learn by heart. No fear!
They don't want to have me preached
at them either. Well, goedby.”—Black
and White ______________
A doctor lias written to the London
Times suggesting the running of motor
cars at a speed fully up to tire legal
limit as a means of admiulatering the
open air treatment to consumptives
All southern Californ'a cities look
forward to be supplied with electric
power from Kern river, where at first
15,000 and later 45.000 horsepower will
be obtained from an eight hundred foot
A large number of cuttlefish have
recently been caught off the north
coast of Germany. As they have never
before been met with In these waters.
It is difficult to account for their pres
The number of male physicians ir
Russia is 14,784. That of female phy
sicians . is 624, but it will soon bs
larger, as there were last year 869 fe
male students in the Medical Institute
Since Alaska became the property of
the United States the value of the
product of her fisheries has been over
$70,000,000, of her furs $34,000,000
and the yield of her gold mines ap
So little confidence is there in Turk
ish postofilce employees that when
some time ago opportunity was gives
to send packages and registered let
ters only one of each was received at
Stamboul in ten days.
So valuable Is coal iu the Ponchamp
coalfields of Prance that it pays It»
mine coal at a depth of 3,313 feet. A
steel cable weighing seven tons and
nearly a mile long is used. The coal is
brought up in tiains of six cars.
Irelund continues to tar outdistance
all other European countries In enme-
lessttess. Official statistics for the last
year. Just published, show a decrease
of 10.2 per cent in minor offenses as
compared with the preceding year.
Profe^or Gerhardt of Vienna direct
ed attention nt a recent Tecture to the
fact that within the last twenty years
mortality lias decreased from thirty-
two to twenty-nine a thousand In Aus-
trlaanjl fjom twenty-one to eighteen
■ St Frideswide’s church. Poplar, has
been enriched by an interesting gift
which is probably unique in England.
It Is an altar cloth valued at more thffb
$10,000 which, like Penelope’s web,
has taken ten years to manufacture
and is partly woven of human hair.
new markets will not succeed, says a
writer, unless they make their pack
ages small enough for carriage on a
mule’s back and wrap their wares in
red paper instead of brown. The hea
then purchaser prefers red. It is luck
Robinson Crusoe’s Island, as Juan
Fernandes is generally known to
American and English readers because
of the identification of Alexander Sel
kirk with the hero of De Foe’s tale, is
now almost as devoid of inhabitants as
at the time when the famous mariner
was shipwrecked on Its shores.
Never -thought of such a
sign for a medicine did you ?
Well, it’s a good sign for
Scott’s Emulsion. The body
Has to be repaired like other
things and Scott’s Emulsion is
the medicine that does it.
These poor bodies wear out
from worry’, from over-work,
from disease. They get thin
and weak Some of the new
ones are not well made—and
all of the old ones are racked
from long usage.
Scott’s Emulsion fixes all
kinds. It does the work both
inside and out. It makes soft
bones hard, thin blood red,
weak lungs strong, hollow
places full. Only the best ma
terials are used in the patching
and the patches don’t show
through the new glow of health.
No one has to wait his turn.
You can do it yourself—you
and the bottle.
and is on ths
wrapper of every bottle.
mm « i iwr ittc saiwpK*
SCOTT * BOWNE.
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