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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 23, 1902)
Silas J. Day
NOTARY PUBLIC and
REAL ESTATE AG’T.
Oar Bllllardlat, Abroad.
are among tbe beat known
of the many dangerous
wild plants and shrubs.
Abstract» made to Title» •<
To touch or handle them
quickly produces swelling
and inflammation with in
legal document ».
»11 Kind drawn up »»pectallv pertaining to tense itching and burning
of the skin. The eruption
the settlement of estate»
soon disappears, the suf
Accounts Collected, Prompt Remittance. ferer hopes forever; but
almost as soon as the little blister» «nd
money loaned .
pustules appeared the poison had reached
lnvitment aeeuritlM » «email». Jack»« the blood, and will break out at regulai
intervals and each time in a more aggru
i. .hi. p.-untv. attd ri'cot'e Abstract,
<»5nthlyfromIto»eburecLandOfflc.,uaeLai.d vated form. This poison will loiter in th«
system for years, snd every atom of il
LlSdrttep»itment »t Salem of ah new entries must be forced out of the blood before yoc
ktde l am bua prepared to make out home- can expect a perfect, permanent cure.
stead papers and can save to part .e, the ex
Sense of a trip to the Roseburg land offlc,
Several of our leading manipulators
of the cue are »eeking honor» and
shekel, in foreign landa thia season,
and consequently tbe home interests of
both pool and billiards are suffering.
Of tbe bllliardtats who have ventured
itcrowt tbe Atlantic the best known Is
Jacob Schaefer, who recently won the
great cbampionship tourney in Madi
son Square Garden, New York.
Schaefer has for several years I hmmi
the most prominent figure In the Amer-
A A A Nitire’s Aino«
• have a Number of FlneFarms and other
Desirable Propert* In my hand» for
gar Prom nt reply made to all letters. Charg
is the only cure for Poison Oak, Poisor
es tu accordance with'he times
Refers, by permission. Hon H. K. naans Ivy, and all noxious plants. It is com
judge of the l,t Judcial Dlatrlot. and to an} posed exclusively of rootsand herbs. Now
business bouse tn Jacksonville.^ DAY.
ts the time to get the poison out of youi
Rio Grande Western g
Denver & Rio Grande?
Only transcontinental line
Passing directly through
SALT LAKE CITY,
COLORADO SPRINGS, X
People are often poisoned without
knowing when or how. Explain your cssc
fully to our physicians, and they will
cheerfully give such information and ad
vice as you require, withaut charge, and
we will send at the same time an interest
Ing book on Blood and Skin Diseases.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ATLANT*. OA.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IN
pursuance of an order of tbe County Court of
the State of Oregon, for Jackson County, made
on tbe SOtb day of January, 1902, in tbe matter
of the eststeof M E. Minear, deceased, the
Three Splendidly equipped trains dalqj undersigned, administrator of said estate, will
ly To all Points East
sell at private sale, subject to confirmation by
Through Sleeping and Dining Cars and! said County Court. to tbe higbest bidder for
Free Reclining Cha irs
cash, from and after
The most magniacent scenery in O
America by Daylight.
Friday, February 21, 1902,
Stopovers allowed on all classes of X
Q All of tbe following described real property
For cheapest rates and descriptive y belonging to said estate:
Beginning at a rock set for a corner being
25 73 chains E from the section corner between
J. D MANSFIELD,
sections 32, 23. 4 and 5, townships 37 and 33 S,
0 range 2 W, and running thence north 37o F.
24 Third Street, Portland, Oregon.
£ 17 93 chains to tbe center of the county road
running from Jacksonville co Phuenix.to a rock,
for corner from which a white oak tree 12 ‘
Inches in diameter bears N EJo E 94 links;
tbence 9 64HO E 4.62 chains to a rock set in tbe
road: thence S SBcio E 12 chains to a rock set
in the road; thence S 76o 50' E 6.44 chains to a
sandstone-set tor a corner in tbe road from
In a word this tells of the passenger ser
wbicb a white oak 12 inches in diameter bears
N K5o W 43 links, and a laurel 5 Inches in diam
eter bears N 64o E 28 links; thence N 7tqo W
28.80 chains to a rock set for a corner from
which a while oak 8 inches in diameter bears
Eight trains run daily between Chicago and N 37o E 98 llnksitbence N 37o E 97-100 chains to
St. Paul, comprising tbe latest Pullman the place of beginning, containing 4'H acres.
Sleepers. Pe< riess Dlnlrg Cars. Library and
jbservation Cais. Free Reclining Chair Cara Said tract of land being part of the H. Bel
linger DLC No. 44 and 95. In the township and
THE *1H CENTURY TRAIN runs every day range aforesaid, and situated in Jackson
of the year.
at Jacksonville, Oregon, this 23d day
the World of Dated
E. D b ROBOAM,
Electric Lighted, Steam Heated.
Administrator of the Estateof M. E Minear
The Badger fttate Express, tbe finest daily deceased.
N eil A N eil . Attorneys for Administrator.
train running he’ ween St Paul and Chicago
via the Short Line.
Best of Everything
The North-Western Line.
The Finest Tn
The Northwestern Line.
Friday, February 21, 1902,
1» the only line operating a weekly personally
Conducted Tourist Excursion Ca- between
Prrtlard »nd Chicago change via the World’s
Greatest Scenic Line.making close connection
at Chicago in Union D pdoi (or all points East.
J ally Standard Sleeping car between Salt
Lake City. Denver and Chicago, Buffet. Libra
ry smoking cars between Pueblo. Denver and
Chicago. The best and most reasonable din-
fng car service between Pueblo and Chicago
If you are goiDg to Kansas City. Omaha. Des
Moires. Chicago or any place earn, you should
enc uire about the
Great Rock Island Route
before purchasing a ticket. Ask your nearest
ticket agent about it. or write for folders and
any information desired. A. E COOPER,
Oen’l Agt.. Portland. Or
Ashland and Klamath Falls
Übomnnhly restocked and entirely new man
»gement. ROOT. M. GARRETT. Sup t.
Best and Quickest Route to
The Kind You Have Always Bought» and which has been
in use for over 30 years, has borne the slgnatnre of
— and has been matle under his per-
nonal supervision since its infhncy»
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and “ Ju»t-as-good” are but
Exiwritnents that tritie with and endanger the health of
Infant» and Children—Experience against Experiment»
What is CASTORIA
CaNtoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Par®»
goric. Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant, It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotio
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worm*
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, r«*gulutes the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
Tbe Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend.
JACOB 8CHAEEF.il MAKING A MASHE.
TH« ««avawa «O»M», TT •»»«»» aTM«T. H«w veaa «rrv.
We offer One Hundred Doners Reward tor
eny c»3r of Catarrh that cannot be cured by
Hall'» Catarrh Cure.
F. J CHENEY A CO., l’rop».. Toledo. O.
We,tbe underalgned.have known F. J. Cheney
for the last 15 year«, and believe him perfectly
honorable In all buiinexs traneactlone and
Hnanclally able to carry out any obligations
m'ede by tbelr flrm.
W kst A T kvax . Wholesale Diugglata. Toledo,
WAI.DING. K imnan A M akvim , Wholesale
Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure ts taken Internally, act
ing directly on the blood and mucous surface»
of tbe system. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by
all Druggists. Testimonials tree.
Hall'» Family Pills are the best.
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others prominent tn the world's activities, for its fine discrimi
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timely contributions on important topics ar« by the best-informtd
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had access to; because all earnest
and thoughtful men, no matter
how widely their idea» diverge, are
given free utterance in its col-
umns.”— Thtodort Koattirlt.
Above Mortal Coaiaarat.
Harriet—Cupid is always represented
ss a poor little urchin without any gar
Harry—Yes. That Is done so that he
will never go out of style.—Detroit
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•atltfactory publication» of the
day "—Charhl IK. Fatrbankt.U. X
” I consider it a very valuable Srualvr, JnJiana.
addition to my library.”
'* I do net have a great deal of
** It is a publication of very great time to read tr.agannc». but I take
1 have sometimes found pleature in saying that the ' Review
there very important matter indeed of Review»' is among ihe number
which I should not otherwise have which finds a place on my table
discovered."— Gtorgr J'. Hoar,(J, S each month."— Jamti K. Jonti,
U- S. Stnaur, Arkamai.
Senator, Afat:ar hnirttr.
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sir. You might go to the office and re
port the case to tbe superintendent.—
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of books for 50 cents a month.
<lje ftetoirto of F.cbictosf Componn
13 ASTOR PLACE. NEW YORK
Offers a Thorough
Went Again»! Him.
Vereschagin', lteit Picture.
“Oh, why did you eat that book of
quotations?” asked tbe mother goat.
"Because it was labeled ‘Food for
thought.’” said tbe sick kid.
"Well, you should linve thought be
fore you ate it."—Chicago News.
HIGH GRADE COLLEGE EDUCATION
“Roosevelt at Hau Juan Hili'' is to be
the subject of a painting by Vassili
Vereschagin, tbe painter of battle
To evory boy and girl that ha.
scenes. Tbe famous Uuxsian artist ar
the »mbition to attain one
rived in New York from Europe recent
ly to conduct an exhibition of hl»
There art three course, of rogular college grade, all of which are complete.
painting at the Art Institute. He au-
uouuced his intention to devote two
“What alls Hammersmith?” asked
years or more to tbe work of portray Fosdick.
ing on canvas tlie battle, which, he
"He had all the Christmas presents
thinks, because of Roosevelt's elevation he bought charged,” explained Kee-
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
to tbe presidency, is the most interest dick.
UffiTBD - tatks L and O ffici ,
ing war scene of recent times to Amer
R osebi 'K i ,, uhbt . on . December lu, 1901.
A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed icans.
A Femlalae Criticism.
The NORMAL COUHSE, approved by a committer appointed by tbe State Board of Education,
in this office by Aaron C. Manning,contestant,
lead, up to a STATE DIPLOMA.
“She seems heartless.”
against the homestead entry No. 8832, made
Oil oa Troabled Water,.
January 5. 1897, for the »1-2 nel-4, sec 0. twp
“Well, her complexion would be a
35 s, rge. 4 w. by John F Tolson contestee, In
A test of a cannon that throws a good deal better if she were liverless.”
which it is alleged that the said entryman,
Tolson, has not res’ded unon the laLd included shell designed to «eat ter oil on bolster —Cleveland Plain Denier.
1« equal to anything In the State. New Illustrated catalogue.
in his entry for a period of three years, but has ojs waves was recently made. The
abandoned the same, and that this alleged
abandonment was not due to bis employment •hell is of wood and conical in shnpe
in the army, naw or marine corps of the United It contains two gallons of oil. At one
Bessie—1 was surprised when Mr.
States as a private soldier, officer, seaman or
For particular, write
WALLACE HOWE LEE. Pre».dent. Albany .Oregon
marine,during th«- wor with Spain, or during end of the projectile is a vent. This Daslileigb asked me to marry him.
anv other war in which the United States may Is covered with paper, which is blown
be engaged said parties are hereby notified
to appear, respond and offer evidence touching off as the shell leaves tbe piece, allow State Journal.
said allegation at 10o'clock a , m . oa February ing tbe oil to escape. In this way It is
• »re Gun Newbury, county clerk, at
A Patient Doctor.
Jacksonville, Oregon, and that final hearing tbe purpose of the inventor to calm a
She—Married life has Improved
will be held at 10 o’clock A. m . on February 15, rough sea for the dista nee of a mile,
1902. before the Register and Receiver at the
United States Land Office in Roseburg Oregon. making a smooth path for a llfebout to young Dr Squalls very much.
He— Y*s; be takes It according to di
The said contestant having, in a proper affida follow on her way to disabled vescia.
vit, filed November 20.- 1901, 83t forth facts
which show that after due diligence personal
Languages, Sciences, Mathematics,
History, English and Electives
THE BUSINESS COLLEGE DEPARTMENT
EXPENSES LOW. BOARD AND TUITION, $90 a YEAR
DON’T STOP WORK!
Goes by Barron. Soda Springs. Shake, Snow.
Lumbering Camp.Parker’s and Keno; also best
connections with stage lines from Klamath service of this notice can not be made, it is
Child Worth Million».
Falls ’o Bonanza, Bly and Lakeview, Ft Klam hereby ordered and directed that such notice
be given by due and proper publication.
ath and Indian Agency.
This question arises in the family
"Mr child 1« Worth millions to me,”
J T BRitxiKs. Register.
every day. Let us answer it. t/iday. says Mr«. Miry Bird of Harrt«tiurg,
Daylight Travel Both Ways,
For a Sprained Arm, Ankle or back
What Shall We Have tor Dessert?
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE.
" I *rr. a constant reader of the
' Review of Review»,' and appre.
date it very highly indeed 1 think
it a very important part of my
library, anl practically a necessity
lor one in public life.''— 7. Ji.
Foraktr, U. S. S/narar, Ohit.
Wyoming has 35,000.000 acre» of
good grazing lands. There are about
1.000,000 cattle and 3,000,000 sheep In
the state. Between the cattlemen and
sheepmen exists a feud that not infre
quently leads to murder. Sheep, as
you may or may not know, feed in so
close order that when a flock has fed
“This year will be the greatest in our
over a range not a spear of grass re history."
mains. Cattle browse at random and
"How do you know?”
leave behind more than they eat, so
“Well, why shouldn’t it be? Every
that the range may provide sustenance other year has been.” — Indianapolis
for two or three herds, one following News.
At the hour of 10 o’clock A M. of said day, the
following described property, to-wit:
N of S E 14 and 8 K H of ft E
Twp 34, S R 2 East; also the N W of ft W M,
*ec34, Twp 34, SR 2 E, containing in all l«u
acres, more or less, in. Jackson County, Oregon«
Sheriff of Jackson County, Oregon.
Jacksonville. Oregon. Jan. 22, 1902.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
lean billiard arena. lie Is tbe greatest
exponent of the balk line game in the
world today. George Slosson of New
York can defeat Schaefer at cushion
Schaefer made a very successful trip
to Europe a year ago, winning a large
amount of money In London and Paris.
He brought with him on his return last
summer a French crack named Baru-
tel. who jierforined creditably In Amer
ica. Barutel returned to Paris recently
It is Schaefer's intention to compete
in the various tournaments to be held
during the winter in the foreign capi
Conld Coait More.
tals. He will also participate in many
Mrs. Crlmaonbeak—I see by this pn-
specially arranged matches and hope» per that there are about ninety deaths
to come back with a comfortable bal In Sliakespenre's pluys.
ance in his pocketbook.
Mr. Crimsonbeak—Ob. I think I’ve
8<*en Shakespeare's plays killed more
Remarkable Cure for Croup.
times than that myself. — Yonkers
A LITTLE BOY'S LIFE SAVED.
Sheep and Cattle on R.ixe.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
I have a few words to say regarding
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It
saved my little boy’s life and I feel
that 1 cannot praise it enough. I
txjught a bottle of it from A. E
Steere of Goodwin. S. D., and when I
got home with it the p-Kir baby could
hardly breathe. I gave the medicine
as directed every ten minutes until
he “threw up,” and then I thought
sure he was going to choke to death.
We bad to pull the phlegm out of his
mouth in great long strings. I am
positive that if I had not got the
bottle of cough medicine my boy
would not be on earth today.—J oel
D emont , Inwood, Iowa. For sale by
BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION ISSUED City Drug Store.
Connections from the West made via The
Northern Paci’c. Great Northern and Cana
dian Pacific Railways This is alic the best
1'ne between Omaha, St. Paul and Mlnneapo
Ils. All agents sell tickets via
out of the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon
for the County of Jackson, on the 21st dijr of
January, 1902. on a judgment duly rendered in
the Justice Court on the 19th day of December,
W. H. M HAD.
H L. SISLER,
1901. which judgment wis docketed in the
Clerk’s office of said Circuit Court in the Coun-
«8 Alder St., Portland. Oregon.
ty of Jackson, on the 20th day of December.
1901. in favor of Times Printing Company,
plaintiff, and against D. W. Engleman, defend
ant. for the sum of thirty-six and fifty one-
hundreths dollars. (IM 50) and the further sum
of ten dollars costs and five dollars attorney s
fees, and acruing costs, I did on the 22d day of
January. 1902. duly levy upon, and will sell as
provided by law, at the front door of the Court’
House of said County, in the town of Jackson
ville, Oregon, on
Aalmal Tamer» Illond».
Mr S. M Marshall, bookkeeper of th« Atlants
(G, ) Gas Light Co,, wss p»t*>ned with Foisos
He took Sulphur, Arsenic and vsrieus
other drugs, and applied esternallv nsmeroui
lotions and salves with no baaedL At times ths
■welling and indamtnatiwn was so severe he wss
almoat Blind. For eight years the poison would
break out every sesson. H.s condition seas muck
improve.! after takina •■« bottle of S. S »., and
a few bottlei cleared nil blood of tbe potion, and
all tvidencei of the diaeaie disappeared.
There are twice •• many negroes tn
the United States today
when Lincoln oct them free, and the
last census return» show a white popu
lation of 07.000,000 and a negro popula
tion of KS50.000, with nt »out 500,000
Indiana Chinese and Ju|>anese. The
death rate among the negro«*» in the
cities when* they live lu tbe cougvsted
districts and "where every law of na
ture amt sanitation 1» deti<>d" is nearly
double that of the whites and Is far In
excess of the birth rate, and this high
mortality baa led aorne to think that
the negro is dying out. The comma ilg-
un*s show tluit thia belief la erroneoua.
The increase of negro population in tbe
rural districts mon* than makes up for
the loss lu the cities, and the rural sur
plus flock cityward in sufficient num
bers to till up the ranks. The negro
population is increasing rapidly, not as
rapidly aa in slavery days, but as rap
idly as the whites. — San Francisco
As tamers and keepers of animals
dark men never succeed. Visits to zoos
and to menageries show them to be in
variably fair fellows, with yellow or
brown hair 6nd with blue eyes. Thus
at the zoological garden In this city
there is not a keeper who is dark. John
McMullen of the llou house has light
hair, a yellow mustache and violet
orbs. lover of the wolves and foxes is
still more markedly bkmd, and in tbe
antelope bouse, tbe snake house nnd
the small mammal house light colors
still prevail. One of the most pro
nounced blonds at the soo was John
Thompson, who is now in Honolulu
making casts of flshes for n museum
there. Thompson was one of the most
successful keepers the z<x> lias ever
had. Not only snakes and turtles, bls
specialty, but Hous, foxes, wolves, deer
and many other animals took to him
naturally, and be was never scratched
or bitten.—Philadelphia Record.
system, as delay makes your condition
worse. Don't experiment longer with
salves, washes and soaps—they never cure
Negro Popatatloa DoaklaE.
W h SPORTING WORLD
Farm for Sale.
Try Jell-O. a delicious and healthful
Prepared in two minutes.
No boiling! No baking! Hitnply add
boiling water and set to cool. Fla
vor»:— Lemou, orange, raspberry and
strawberry. Get a package at vour
grocer’s today. lOcts.
A 120-acre tract, all fenced .70 acres un
der cultivation, free soil and easily cultivated
son the public road a quarter of a mile from
Moonville, Sams valley postoffice—Improved
Lea v mb
... 1.30 f . mi Leaves . . . 9:30 f . m with a duelling house with four rooms below
Arrives ........ 11 :(JU P. M.|Arrives ........ 4:40 a m and one shove, a good, l«rge barn, smoke-house
Passengers. Baggag«». Express and Frelgh and wood shed. Rock creek Hows through the
must be Waybilled.
land, a good well of wa’er at the house and a
Ashland Offic e-
good well at the barn, six miles from Gold Hill
Oar Native Herbs
FOETAL TELEGRAPH OFFICE
railroad station. Will be sold for 110 per acre.
Klamath Fails Agent
«"Inquire of SILAS J DAY, real esiate,
I, the name of the celebrated original herb
H H. VAN VAULKENHURG
agent Jacksonville, Oregon.
compound which has «fleeted «O much good i
among the afflicted It Is a great blood purifler
ard kidney and liter regulator Two hundred
days treatment for II. Also Natl«, oil and
Balsam. For sale by
M rs N D Wtt.ttow, Jacksonville.
Who wtll »end almauac on application
Sample« can be seen at i he T ims » efltoo.
Buy a Bottle of
Pa., “yet I would have lost her by
croup had I not purchased a bottle oi
One Minute Cough Cure.” One Min
ute Cough Cure Is sure cure for
coughs, croup and throat troubles.
An absolutely «afe cough cure which
child can take It with entire safety.
The little ones like the taste and re-
memlier how often It helped them.
Every family should haye a hottie of
One Minute Cough Cure handy. At
this se.a-on especially It may be Deed
ed sudde-ly. City Drug Store. Jack
sonville, and Dr. J. Hinkle, Central 5
Rub la well and
YOU ARE GOOD AS NEW
IT HAS CURED OTHERS, IT WILL CURE YOU.
Hutton «Snap Slot, the wonderful destroyer of all form, of Inflammation In man or u»
and II per bottle H. K. SUTTON, aolo proprietor and manufacturer, Ashland Oregon
Fir »ala at City Drug Store. Jacksonville, and by Dr J. Hinkle Central Point