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iaa DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 8, 1899.
riurn ioit ail sow.
Dr. Ethel man It in from Hufnr today
Mis Mvia U.mu ii visiting friends
In Th Iall.
W. M. Cooper cam op from ttie Mt.
Hoot) district last nil.t.
Tho. Karilier ii lo tojay
place near lufur slid
called at thi
Tho. Taett, one of Mitchell' lu
duitriou residents, ii a visitor in town
Mr. A. J. Skible arrived lt evening
. from Portland ami is the guest of her
brother, h'red Skibbe, and family.
Mr. and Mri. H. E. Warren arrived
yesterday from lleppner and are rueat
of Mra. 'Warren's mother, Mrs. II. C.
Miss Pearl Williams ram Dp from
Portland on last evening's boat and is
the gueet of her sister, Mrs. 11. W.
George Marshall is a visitor in the
ci:j from Portland and is a guest of
cousin, Mrs. 11. W. French. He will
return home on Monday's boat.
Henrv Fowler it making his first visit
to The lalles since he made his perma
nent residence i i Pendleton, where he
is engaged in the livery buaiur. lie
will return this evening.
Monaay Dai 17.
Alfred liuott spent Sunday in Port
land. George Marshall returned to bis home
in Portland today.
J. A. Mclntire was a visitor from
Moro in town yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. MacAUister were
passengers on the boat this morning,
bound for Portland.
Mrs. W. H. Wilson and daughter,
Winifred, left on yesterday's afternoon
train for a trip to Portland.
Mrs. L- Clark arrived from Moro
Saturday and will take this afternoon's
train for her home at Hood Kiver.
"Doc" lloliurs, of Albany, who was
on bis way to Idaho, stopped over in
The Dalles Saturday with friends. I
Dr. and Mrs. Littlefield. who have
het-n no 'roiu Portland vititing Mrs.
W. L. Bradehaw, returned on the boat
P. W. Severson, who has spent the
past week with the family of his niece,
Mrs. II. Glenn, left this morning for his
home in Portland. I
A. II. Connor came op from Portland J
on Saturdav's a:trrnoon
train on bnti-
nee for the O. R. A X
Chas. Clarke came up from Hood
Kiver Saturday niht, but he did not
spend Sun lay in The Dalles. He re
turned borne this morning.
Mrs. Freeman, who has been visiting
her sister, Mrs. Thos. Gil more, on the
Washington side of the river, left this
nioruing for her home in Portland.
Mrs. A Moabus and son, George, who
have been visiting Mrs. M. T. Nolan,
left on the lajat this morning on their
return trip to their borne at Missoula.
Dr. Rase, who recently bonght the
dental business of Dr. Tackman In this
city, finding his health would not per
mit of his prscticiug, closed his office
and left this morning for Portland.
Receiver Otis Patterson, who has
spent several weeks at his old home in
Indiana and other places in the East,
retnrned on yesterday's afternoon train
and reports a most pleasant trip, end
delightful weather. He made a short
trip into Ohio and. sav the political
situation is a warm one. Though the
Republicans h-el satisfied, they realize
they have a warm fight on hand.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Sinnott returned
this morning from a foar-weekt wed
ding trip in the East. The? spent some
time in Spokane cn their way East, and
visited St. Paul, Minneapolis, Chicago,
and other large cities, paying a visit to
Notre Dame College in Indiana, where
Roger was formerly a student. They
had a most enpyahle t'ip, end will now
make their home in the new addition
which has been built on the I'matilla
House for their especial rue.
Toeeday s Iai!y.
Captain M. Martinran arrived in town
last night and will remain a short
The Only Cure.
Eczema is more than a skin disease,
and no skin remedies can cure it. The
doctors are unable to effect a cure, and
their mineral mixtures are damaging
to the most powerful constitution. The
whole trouble i in the blood, and
tjwift' Specific is the only remedy
which can reach such deep-seated blood
Brums broji out 00 my daughter, and too
Unoed to spread until
ber bead wts entirely
covered. She was treated
ty several good doctors,
but frw worse, and ths
dreadful disease spread
to her face. 8 he was
Uifi to two celebrated s, j
health anrlnn. but n ttir
eelved no benefit. Many -fa?4fwii.ar
patent mlelnes were taken, but without re
suit, until we i-.li to try H. 8. ((..and ty the
time th f-t bottle waa flniah'-d. Ii-r h-d br
awn to heal. A d'n bolt eured her com-
Iietely and Mt her Kiln perkily smooth rhe
now elxteen yearn old, and ban a matfnlfWnt
armwth of hair. Not a alga of the dreadful
aiseaes baa ever returned.
H . T. nor.
Z7ol Lucas Ave., bt. Louie, Mo.
Don't expect local application of
aoap and saive to cure Eczema. They
reach only the surface, while the di
eae come from within. Swift's
is the only cure nnd will rvarh the most
obstinate cmu. It is fur fihTjl of all
aimiiar remedies, lecatJe it cur8 cases
which are bfyorid their reach. S. 8. H. it
purely vegetable, and is the only blood
remedy (ruarnnte'-d to contain no pot
awh, mercury or other mineral.
Bonks mailed free by Swift SpeciCo
Company, Allunta, Georgia.
time. The captain has been rnnuing on
a steamer between While lloree and
Dawson during the tmumer and displays
auy amount i f Klondike nugitets.
G. S. Stone, of Pakeoven, is in the
Mrs. K. M. Jarvis came up from White
Salmon last ni.'ht.
James Whitten is in from lus home at
A. J. Dufnr arilved from Portland last
night on the way to Dufur.
Kev. U. F. Hawk went to Portland on
short business trip Unlay.
C. J. Stubling returned latt night
from a business trip to Portland.
5f. LrKeynnldt.of Heppuer, was regit
tered at the I'matilla yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Herneghan wer
visitors from ictor in thecity yesterday.
Mr. and Mr. D. P. Shrum cam in
Yesterday from Grade and spent today
tn the city.
Chas. Lord spent today in the city on
business and will return to Arliugton
James Honermsn, of the firm of
Honeyman, le II art A Co., of Portland,
is in th city today on business.
Miss Alma Schmidt accompanied her
friend. Miss Kmuia Kosroe, as far as
Portland, where she will remain a day
B. S. Kelsay, a cousin of the oonnty
clerk, is in the c:ty today, on his wsy
from Sherman county to his horn at
Mrs. C. M. McLeod, who ha been
the gueet ol Mrs. E. Lang and daughter
for several weeks past, returned to her
home in Portland by boat today.
Mrs. E. J. Collins made the trip to
the Cascade on the Kegulator today,
where she will meet her sister, who ex -pects
to spend the winter with her.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dufnr came in
from Dufnr yesterday and returned home
today. Mr. Dufuris rapidlv recovering
from bis recent accident, though not
entirely well as yet.
Geo. Trather is in town today. He
says Hood Kiver is lively in more ways
than one. A number of new buildings
are going op, ant business is awake,
while the matrimonial market is boom
ing and several weddings are on hand.
' John D. Whitten is in from King'ley
todav and made a call at the Ciikosk 1
office. Mr. Whitten tart the people of
the country would be glad to be informal
as to the condition of the markets each
week, and Tin Chhonk-li aill endeavor
to publish tbem in the future.
G. F. Guinther, of Moro, and August
Guinther, of Kelso, Wash., are in town
today, final settlement having been
msite in the Guinther estate. A large
and beautiful nionu:nent was purchased
of I-nuie Ccinini this morning, which
aill be placed on tbeir lot in the Odd
Fellows cemetery at Moro.
Miss Emma Rotcoe, who ha spent
the past rive weeks visiting friends in
The Dalles, left this morning on the
boat for Portland and will proceed lo
her home in Victoria, B. C, tomorrow.
Her frienda have greatly enjoyed her
visit, and trust it will not le another
eight year before she again visits them.
OUR COUNTY SCHOOLS.
a Farther Kma at Their
Mies Nona C. Roare is teaching her
second term of scmol in district No. 1;,
at Five-Mile. The attendance is larger
than usual and Mi Howe wilt have
started a school library before the close
of th term.
Mist Lena Merriam, formerly of Ken
ton county, is teaching in district No.
23, at Upper Eight-Mile.
Mr. J. M. O'Brien began teaching in
school district No US, st Kingaley, Sep
tember 18'h. This is Mr. O'Brien's
second term in the district, and there is
an enrollment of 33 pupils.
Mis Cora Wingfidd be gan her first
term's work in Harmony district No. 311,
September 3 1, with an enrollment of 27.
Through the efforts of Mrs. C. R.
Deem and Mis Ifattie Slirnweis, both
of whom formeily taufht in Nansene
district, there is a well selected librarv
of fifty-two books in a good library case.
A good, large fl.ig floats fiom the flag
pole w hen (chool is in session, and the
school grounds have recently been
fenced. Mir Ifattie Stirnweii is teach
ing her home school, district No. 31, and
although the school is a until one, great
intereat is shown in rea ling, and a good
selection of books hat already been
made for the tch ol.
Miss Bess! Hastii.gt it again teaching
in district No. 20, Liberty district, with
a good daily attendance. This school
bat a good library, organ, chart', globe,
black-bo ird, etc., and the children tit
on comfortable patent desks, and the
American flag wave above them.
Mis Anna B. Thompson, who recent
ly graduated frjni the Normal t chool at
Monmouth, it now teaching In Fairfield
district Nj. 17. The fchool is well sup
plied with apparatus and patent desks,
a school liorary was started last
Mis Anna Powell wa
A. Nicho!l,of the Vansyc'e ountry,
wa in town today. When querliuned
as to what was new with him he re
sponded : "I can give you a make item,"
and this is it: The son of R. C. Dun-
nington visited Rattlesnake Springs, in
Vansycle, a few days ago and there
killed 51 rattlesnake. A day or to after
thetlaugbter Mi. Dunnington and Mr.
Nicholl visited the tpringv and taw
teven large rattlers who had escaped the
attack of the boy t. Mr. N choll say he
has often visited thee springs but never
.before saw a snake there. However,
theaprings derived their name from the
fact that rutt!enakes floiir'shid there,
kn l it appears they are morn numerous
J tin J ear than usual E. O.
LET THE CHILDREN ASSIST.
ut. Oerdaer aka for rtoaatltiat fur
the Muja aad Olrla' A lit auelely
f rem liar Bt-hoola.
A splendid practice which should be
taken up by schools throughout the state
is teaching the pupil lesson of benevo
lence by explaining to them the noble
work which th Boys' and Girl' Aid
Society of Portland I doing, and asking
them to mak small contributions
either on Thanksgiving or Christum, or
at any time. Many boy and girl who
have been schoolmates of the children
have been assisted by this Institution
and it would giv the pupil much
pleasure in Ihu donating clothing,
eatable, etc., for their comfort.
During Supt. Gardnei't recent visit to
ear city he called upon County Supt.
Gilbert and City Supt. Lander and wa
moch pleated with the reception he
received from these gentlemen. Previ
ous to hi visit he had sent the following
letter to Supt. Gilbert, which the latter
ha In turn caused to reach th bands
of every teacher in the county, leaving
the matter with them and asking that
if they choose to interest their schools
in the matter, contributions, with name
of donor attached, be sent to hi office
on or before December 2nd. No doubt
good result will follow. Mr. Gardner'
letter it a follow:
PoaTLaND, Or., Oct. 20, 18i9.
Prof. C. L. Gilbert,
Dear Sir: The institution which I
represent being partially (ipported by
the date and partially by charitable
contributions, I take the liberty of ad
dressing yon, knowing from past exper
ience that it it In the power of the
children of the public schools to ma
terially assist the children of the state J
who are unable to support themielvee,
by contributing tmall articles of pro
vision or c'othiog at Thanksgiving. I
believe it to be an excellent lesson in
charity, and I am sure the children take
an interest in doing their share. Last
year the children of some ol the counties
did considerable for ns, and a the f x
press company will do it share by
sending us the contributions free. I
take the liberty of laving this waiter
before you to be presented to the schools
in your district, especially the larger
ones a'ong the railroad.
It 1 the practice of the children o
the school who with to donate to bring
some small article, . inch a potatoes,
can of jelly or fiuit, or small bundle of
clothing to the school on the day before
Thanksgiving. After collection, these
things are placed in a hoi and shipped
to ns, and I must say do much to tide
o over the winter.
The object of thia society are of
c orse as explained at the head of this
letter. We receive children from all
over the slat whoare abused or neglect
ed, take children by process of law from
Immoral parent, and in fact do every
thing possible to protect and elevate
th youth of our slate. We are now
parsing through i ur institution about
twenty-five children each month, arid
for the pest year have increased cur
average from twenty-lao to tarnty.flve
We have on hand at the home at all
times from thirly to forty-five children
ami it is onr practice never to refuse
admission to a child in need. Should
yon think fit to assist us in this mstter
would be pleated to hear fioui you on
the subject, and remain,
W. T. Gardner, Supt.
If Mot Smallpoa-VT hat?
Yesterday we mentioned that the
smallpox had visited Moro. Now come
the new that it i a "tevere" case of
chickenpox. The same report come
from other place where smallpox 1
purported to be. The Walla Walla
Statesman has a very sentlble article on
this subject, which i worthy of con
sideration. It salt:
"Dr. Kevlor nl Blalock have
banded to the county commissioner a
written report of their invettigatiou in
to the disease which ba broken out at
Whitman station. Tbey say it it chicken
pox, bnt in very bad form, much worse
in fact than ordinary varioloid.
"Dr. Cropp i of the opinion that It is
not chickenpox, but a violently con
tagion disease, from wblcb death fre
quently occurs. It is not smallpox
either, and yet needs just at much at
tention a though it were.
"There Is an old saying concerning a
time when doctor disagree. Tint time
teem to be present. For by following
aroun I the case, from those that have
occured and were first taken to the pest
house, through those that have been : George Event and Elva Coyle.
treated bydiflVrmt doctor up to that J Mr. Elmer Coyle acted a bet man
of the little gill west of town, who hat. and Mis Msggie Fair a bridesmaid.
Just recovered, we find that the am;The biide' home I at Ersklnevllle,
disease ha been called by several names. while the groom live at Moier, where
"Why the connty commissioner ; they will make the ir future home.
should spend o much money on certain
case because they were called mall-
pox, and neglect other hecaun. they
were only called chlcker.p,x. I. not to
be told. The disease I. dangerous, and j
need, looking after, if only qn.r.ntme
is eeiauiieuefi at tite aiiecieu piacer.
Tragedy at I.aCamae.
A terrible tragndy occurred at La
Cams last Saturday night. A P. C.
Yeoman, the postmntter, wa going
home about 0 o'clock at night he wasat-
ticked by a marked man with a tlii.gj
mot in one nauu ami a revolver in ;u,e ;
other. Mr. Yeoman ordered the man j
to stand back, bnt he pai l no attention
and (truck at hliu with the sling shot.
Th postmaster then drew his revolver
and tired at th man lit the dark, th
bullet pasaing squarely through th
would-be robtwr's heart, and be dropped
dead. Alter cblaining a light and at
tittaiice from'nelghbor they txamlued
tli body and found t- their horror that
the rubber wat Edward Barlhuleme, a
young man who had been raited In th
community, and had a wile and baby
living in the town. The young man had
been a tteadv hand in the paper mill for
yrart, and no one tuspected him of
crookednett before. Mr. Yeoman I
on of the most prominent citizen of
that community and of Clark county.
He ha been exhonorated from all
blaui In the matter. Skamania
Irvull I'uart J a tore.
The fullowlug I th list of juror who
hav been drawn for th November
term of the circuit court tor Wasco
county. By occupation they are all
C. L. Morris, Victor.
A. F. Erick, Victor.
J. V. Moot , Naosene.
Pat Gorman, Klngslry.
(i. W. Hsndvtson, Klngtley.
C. A. Cramer, Mosivr.
Will Gardner, Nansene.
L. C. llenneg-tn, Victor.
J. C. Wingtleld, Eudersby.
J. D. Douglas, Dufnr.
Peter Mohr, HooJ River.
George W. Jordan, Kingtley.
Edward Irak, Hood River.
A. W. Booruian, Hood River.
G. W, Patterson, The Dalle
C. V. Cbamplain, The Dalles.
Joseph Means, The Dalles.
Samuel Creighton, The I.ilt.
D. L. Roberts, The Dalles.
Han Lge, Hood River.
W. R. Jackson, Hood River.
Peter Jackinton, Hood River.
T. M. Jackson, Hood River.
S. II. Cox, Hood River.
C. E. Howard, Wamic.
G. W. Lucas, Wamic.
A. D. Savage, Wamic.
John Nnliu, Dufur.
W. R. Havnes, Nanrene,
Mike Glavey, Kingsley.
Thos. B. I.ebo, Endersby,
R. L. Kirkham.
MUCH NICER THAN EXPECTED.
Wual Mr. J. r. Carroll Raya f Ihe aw
log tlerbiao We iM lllm.
MoattR, Or., Sept. 22, lSK'J.
Sear, Roebuck A Co., Chicago, III.
IerSirs: W received the sewing
machine September the 14th, all right;
It was In good condition. W ar wall
pleated with it. It I a nicer machine
than I expected to get for that price.
The price 1 from t'2't to (') below our
local dealer. Yours respectfully,
J. P. Carroi.i..
We will send this same machine to
any reader of Tin Chrosh i.r, who can
' examine it at the freight depot and If
satisfactory pay the freight agent $lo 50
and freight charges. No donbt Mr. Car
roll would be willing toshow his tewing
machine to any intending purchaser.
We will mail free our sewing machine
catalogue to any reader of this paper on
application. In ordering machine or
sendin for catalogue, cut out and re
turn this notice.
Sears, Rokuixk A Co. line.)
Nov8 2t Chicago, III.
Heath of Meade Kaffaer.
Saturday t Pally.
Still another death must be chronicled
that of Maude RofTner, who very
quietly breathed ber latt at 5:30 thit
She is the sixth danghtcr of Peter
RofTner and wa born in Th Dalle
twenty-two year ago the 20th of latt
March. For a year past she has been a
victim of consumption and for nine
month ha been confined to her lied
most of the lime, her case teeming hope,
lei from the first. She was a very
tweet, lovable character, and during her
latt week of illness teemed like an
angel waiting to be freed from earth,
and join her mother who died here
March the 4th, latt.
The funeral will take place at the
family retidence on Tenth ttreet, near
the Gosser home, at 2 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon, and will be conducted by
Rev. D. V. Poling.
At the home of the bride's parent!,
Mr. and Mr. John Covle. nee Ertkine
ville. Thnrtdav, Nov. 2nd, bv Rev.
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the animal by proving property and
paring all charges.
The Dalles, Nov. 8, 1(9.
A. F. Cari.ho.
Ranch In Company Hollow, eight mili t
tootheant of The Dalles. novH lin
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Excepl aunday. Ilrrl Salurday.
it KK'.LtR, (I, II. MARKHAM,
itanaeer. Aaat. It. . ai I'aae. Asl
Thmiiab Tli tet Ollloe, IM Tblrd alrt, where
thriHiab tlrkeu In all .nle In the Faalara
Hutra, anaila and Burope can be obtained al
loffeat ratee Irtnn
J. R. KtHKUND, TtcSet A tent,
or . WIIEALIMi.t.
Fic'j tiny our business aliowi
tlin jioople are drilling out wo
are pushing lo the front with
be tier gooil, lower prices,
i1osf ople tho very best, noil
last, but not k'ftM, buyers who
know their lnnlncss and buy
for ihe ifople.
C. F. Stephens
The Dalles. Porllantl and Astoria
Iially (raxrpt Sun.lat) b. iwwii
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fur ranhrl, ateaeamy ee4 t'leeaere
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tlat at. txak.
flie I'.n. oive.
I "lll Alft
W. C. Allaway,
For wood, chips, knots,
thavlngfl, corn cobs,
hay or poat.
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and l laara.
el all Klndaalweyann hand.
TMC DALLtl, OtttGON.
Rooms on Third Street,
One Block Back
French ACo.'s Bank.
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ONC FOR A DOSE.
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Kegulator 4 Dalles Gh
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piaier & Beaton
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