Jacksboro Gazette. (Jacksboro, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. , Ed. 1 Thursday, June 4, 1896 Page: 2 of 4
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HHme Democratic Voters of
^ Iq pursuance of the action ta-
ken by tbe County Democratic
Executive committee held March
28th in Jacksboro, the Democrats
of Jack county are requested to
hold a eouuty convention on Sat-
urday, the 13th day of June in
the town of Jacksboro for the!
purpose of electing delegates to
the state and district Democratic
conventions, and to attend to any
other business foy the interest of
the Democratic party that may
come before it.
Also to hold a primary election
in each precinct in Jack county
on Saturday the 6th day of June,
1896, for the purpose of voting on
the silver question and to elect
delegates to the convention to be
held at Jacksboro on the 13th
day of June, 1896.
That each member of the exec-
utive committee shall be and is
hereby appointed to act as officer
of the primary election in his
respective election precinct on
the 6th day of June, 1896, or
in his absence or failure to act,
Democrats present will organize
and elect a chairman, same as in
a general election and proceed to
hold the primary election as pre-
scribed by law in such a case.
That the officers, of said prima-
ry election shall make due re-
turns of said election to Ttios. F.
Horton, chairman of the county
Democratic Executive Committee,
on or before 10 o’clock a. m. Sat-
urday, June 13 Lb. 1896.
That the county chairman have
tickets printed as follows : “For
Bimetallism.” “Against Bimetal-
lism.” “For delegates to the
The voter will erase with eith-
er black ink or black pencil for
bimetallism or against bimetallism
as he may choose, leaving un-
touched the one he desires to
vote, and then write the names of
the delegates below, blank space
being left for that purpose.
The number of votes each pre-
cinct will be allowd shall be one
vote for every 15 Democratic
votes cast for governer in 1894,
and one vote eveiy fraction of 10
or more votes, which is as follows:
No. 1 Jacksboro, 7 votes.
“ 2 East Keechi, 2 “
“ 3 Gibtown 6 “
“ 4 Oundiff 5 “
“ 5 Newport 3 “
“ 6 Antelope 5 “
“ 7 Gertrude 2 “
“ 8 Bryson 6 “
“ 9 Salt Hill 2 “
“ 10 Post Oak 5 “
•“ 11 Vinevard 4 “
“ 12 Finis 2 “
“ 13 Joplin 3 «
“ 14 N. Jacksboro 7 “
Done by order of the Executive
Thos. F. Hoeton, Chair.,
Dem. Ex. Com., Jack Co.
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■■HV. A. I hire are
's p'dting the
round for a new
PioI'. I: Uig. ton i3
pg^^^^Kanda to bis house, so
H^H^^uiuliff is still alive.
BH^^are much in need of rain
jjj^Ri shower soon would insure
Melons for the picnic the 4th of
*uly. Come out, on that day.
Our town is quiet without the
merry voices of the school chil-
dren to fill the air with laughter,
but July 6th will soon be here
and bring with it a merry crowd
of school boys and girls. Co.
How many young men and yomfg
women are cut off just as the fut-
ure seems brightest and fullest of
promise ! They are taken away by
the disease which causes over
one-sixth of all the deaths in the
■the disease which doctors
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher’s prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years* use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas-
toria is the Children’s Panacea—the Mother’s Friend.
iranch of ag-
“ Castoria is an excellent medicine for chil-
dren. Mothers have repeatedly tola me of its
good effeet upon their children.”
Dr. G. C. Osgood,
_ Dowell, Mass.
" Castoria is the best remedy for children of
Which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not
far distant when mothers will consider the
real interest of their children, and use Castoria
instead of the various quack nostrums which
are destroying their loved ones, by forcing
opium, morphine, soothing syrup and other
hurtful agents down their throats, thereby
sending them to premature graves.”
Dr. J. F. KiNCHr.LOE,
^^own bns 1 -ought
In .1856 there
1861, fifteen; in
today there are
one hundred experi-
HMHHnions and kindred iusti-
the different countries
HBartrpe. Some are connected
BHch the great universities or ag-
Rcultural technical schools, oth-
ers are independent and support-
ed by societies. In each of them,
from one to ten or more investi-
gators are engaged in the discov-
ery of the laws that underlie the
practice of farming, and in finding
how they are best applied.
So rapid and so sure has been
the progress of this enterprise in
both hemispheres, that private
persons, educators, societies, and
governments have learned the
usefulness and indeed the neces-
sity of these institutions, not for
the farmer alone, but for all who
are dependent upon the products
of the soil. The movement is ex-
tended to Asia and to South
its importance is coming to be
felt.—[From “The People’s Food
—A Great National Inquiry,” in
June Review of Reviews.
"Our physicians in the children’s de]
ment have spoken highly of their ex]
ence in their outside practice with Cast
and although we oaly have among
medical supplies whal is known as reg
products, yet we are free to confess that
merits of Castor a ha; won us to look •
favor upon it.” j
United lit spit.il and Dispensai
call consumption. There is abso
lutely no reason in the world why
consumption should be fatal—
why it should be even serious. It
is a disease of the blood, and can
be cured absolutely and always
by purifying and enriching the
blood. The only exception to this
is the case where the disease has
been neglected and improperly
treated until it is stronger than
the body—until the body has be-
come so weak as to have lost the
ability to recuperate. Dr. Pierce’s
GoldenMedicalDi ewery will cure
98 per cent, of all cases of con-
sumption if used according to di-
rections. It also cures all linger,
ing coughs, bronchial and throat
Send 21 cents in one-cent. stamps
to World’s Dispensary Medical
Association, Buffalo, N. Y., and
receive Dr. Pierce’s 1008 page
Common Sense Medical Adviser,
Allen C. Suit t, Pres.
The Centaur Company, 77 Murray Street, New York City.
(.Successor to Wills & Wood )
F. W. & D. O. Special Rates.
To Huntsville, Texas, June 22;
reunion of Hood’s Brigade,
11-3 fare for round trip. Sell
tickets June 21st, good to re-
turn June 24t,b.
J. C. Stevens, Agt.,
Quantity the Largest, Quality the Best, Prices the
Compounding of Prescriptions a Special
mmy ai unkind
v-,.rv;0TyyYrTTyvw op})onents or
('anie 10 11 s n‘
HBBHflHSVtdihffi has led the
silver, says : “The
HHHHPonveniion to select del-
the state Democratic
^SMion resulted in a signal
HH for the free silverit.es
nine out of the elev-
VV>:V/* ••'e s s i o nal d istricts and
T-.lMelega te vrte will be about
j^^^®iupre light, the returns
th.-vi they are inama-
such a n%j°rity
T >/laLtd eontro1 .< con ven-
have done if
. . - At as seriously as
a matter of no
it.es did is told in the returns.”
'Mrs. Hill, General Lee’s Cous-
in, Will Nurse the
Wounded in Cuba.
Cuba is to have a Florence
Nightingale. Mrs. Lee Yillard
Hill, second cousin of the consul-
general to Havana, Fitzhugh Lee,
is a trained nurse and a graduate
of tbe New York nurses’ training
school. Fully realizing all the
dangers of such a trip it is her
fixed intention to go to the assis-
tance of the wounded and dying
soldiers of the Cuban army. ~
The officers of the junta have
told her the chances of her return
to this country are very slight,
but she desires to go to the field.
Her services will be of the great-
est allue, and she will go on^ttye
less than 25 years old, and has a
attractive ihanner. Her
ROUND TRIP $6.65.
The above rates are authorized,
to the points named beiow on the
dates mentioned opposite each.
To Galveston June 8th, return
limit June 19th, account Good
To San Antonnio, Tex., Sell June
8tb, return limit June 13tb,
account the Christian Endeav-
or convention Y. P. S. C. E.
To San Antonio, Tex., Sell June
22nd & 24tb, return limit June
29 th, account the B. Y. P. U.
To Austin, Tex., Sell June Ilth &
12th, limit tore^ag^j^^^^.
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J. W. F^APER,
WATCH-MAKER AND JEWEL
Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry Mepain
WEST SIDE SQUARE, JACKSBORO, TE.
JOHN HENSLEY, Proprietor.
SOUTH-PAST COFFER SQUARE,
kTrip to Bowie for $5.C
■//T BEST RIGS IN WESTERN TE.
have the best stock and can furnish as fine ti
as any stable in Western 'Texas.
Trip to Chico for $5.0
Teams Fed And Well Cared for by OltoUSui
Horses Bought anil Hones Soli Also
w meeting can have tneniMI
tickf is extended to tbe 18th,
in order to stop over at Aus-
tin for Church Conventions,
by depositing theit tickets
with Mr. P. J. Lawless I. & G.
N. Agent at Austin.
D. B. Keeler, G. P. A.,
Fort Worth, Texas.
J. O. Stevens, Agent.,
blood is theff>fHP^*lMMMMI
Hood’s Sarsaparilla is the one
true blood ptfrifier. It gives
good health because it builds
upon the true foundation—pure
mother, who is enthusiastic over
the project, carried dispatches
for general Beauregard in the late 1
war, and Mrs. Hill has roughed it
upon the plains and knoWs what
hardships there are in camp life.'
She will wear in Cuba a neat suit
of dark canvas bloomers and mil-
itary fatigue jacket, with broad
brimmed slouch hat and buckskin
leggings over heavy soled shoes.
In addition to her nurse’s kit she
will carry a blanket and a knap-
sack upon her shapely ’shoulders.
BOOK WALTER’S VIEW,
Hood’s Pills are purely vege-
table, perfectly harmless, reliable
it have energy Tbs Ohio Millionaire Talks of
to place itself Democratic Politics,
ess it it would Washington, June 1.—John W.
ion and benefit Book waiter, the well-known mill-
tor investment. Jonairo politician of Springfieldj
Qg a state and Ohio, who will probably head the
□ignition pa., « free silver delegation to be sent
ook-cri i,„ from Ohio to the-Democratic Na-
tional Convention, has been in
Washington for the last few days.
Mr. Bookwalter, who had not
taken a very active part in Ohio
politics for several years, re-en-
tered the field this spring and or-
ganized and carried to a success-
ful issue a campaign for free sil-
ver iu the Seventh Congressional
District of Ohio, a district where
it was supposod the “ sound mon-
ey ” men were so firmly entrench-
ed that a contest would be hope-
less. Yet when the primaries
were held the sound money advo-
cates found themselves beaten at
every point. Iu speaking of the
situation in Ohio Mr. Bookwalter
“ The peoplo are intensely in
earnest over this issue, and an
overwhelming majority are com-
mitted to the policy of free coin-
finfa huyino spurlouyirr\i^
iw: i M it it
Correspondence of the Gazett®.
The Baptists aim to protract
their meeting beginning Saturday
before the fourth Sunday in July.
There is to be a picnic here the
fourth of July.
Among the visitors in town re-
cently were Sam Rimer of Sunse’,
Mr. Smith Little of Park Springs,
Messrs. Porterfield, Skaggs, and
Profs. T. F. Baker and Thos. Lacy.
Miss Novella Hudspeth of Mon-
tague county, who has been at-
tending school here was accom-
rWMITTEL TIN* C
|conTairvno one pound -full
,. cr\3nuf&dured onbj by
to your doctor for
g advice ; he is the
f best rnan to tell
you what medi-
Go to your druggist
es; he knows more
a dry-goods man.
-deetbr and to your
^stek man, but don't
H/br advice, especi-
■tebteid you what
T. D. SPOl
A Bicycle Built for Two
Bilious and Intermittent Fevers
which prevail in miasmatic dis-
tricts are invariably accompan-
ied by derangements of the
Stomach Liver and Bowels.
The Secret of Health.
The liver is the great,,” driving
wheel” in the mechanism of
man, and when it is out of order,
Ahe whole system becomes de-
disease is the^sult.
We offer One Hundred Dollars
Rewind for any case of catarrh
that can not be cured by Hall’s
F. J. CHENEY & CO. Props.,
We the undersigned, have
known F. J. Cheney for the last
15 years, and believe him perfect-
ly honorable in all business trans-
actions and financially ablo to car-
ry out any obligations made by
West &: Truax, Wholesale Drug-
gists, Toledo, O., Walking, Kin-
n&n & Marvin, Wholesale Drug-
gists, Toledo, O.
SIX DAYS IN
DO YOU WA
age at the ratio of 16 to 1. They
will not be satisfied with anything
short of this iu the platform at
Chicago, nor will they tolerate
any candidate for the presidency
who is not in sy mpatby with such
a declaration; no dubious plat-
form, no trirmpng candidates.
'! clcau-cut, uu-
I wojk at Painting, P;iper-Hang-
ing, Sign-Writing, etc. Anyone
wanting work in my line of im-u
uess call on ELI THE PAINTER.
Five cents' worth of
BATTLE AX ' will serve two
chewers just about as long as 5 cents'
worth of other brands will serve one
man. This is because a 5 cent piece
of “BATTLE AX*' is almost as
large as the JO cent piece of other
high grade brands*. -
^5 cf scorn of
en benefited by
nows that it h^s
|D twenty years’
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Jacksboro Gazette. (Jacksboro, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. , Ed. 1 Thursday, June 4, 1896, newspaper, June 4, 1896; Jacksboro, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth834815/m1/2/: accessed October 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Gladys Johnson Ritchie Library.