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THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 10. 1900.
Tbe Weekly Ghroniele.
111! DALLBS. -
OfFICIAL PAPER OF WASCO COCNTY.
carnival closes ; also bring ail cereai.
ample to Mr. Parr' office not later
thao MonUay neon. By request o( Parr
and Whealdou, committee on aerial and
Mr. I.angiile moved down from Cloud
public from Tuesday to Saturday of tbil
week, lor an admission fee of 25 cent.
' Ibe proceed of Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday to go to the public library
and tboee of Friday and Saturday to
t. Paul's Guild. The collection will h
on the other
Ttiere i a
fubhtnea ih two jiaru, uu Yttdiutday, -v uu ",ru"! r. " mat lamone lound at toe Lang residence, corner of
st mail, rorra hiuil, m idvisc.
One year 1 1 m
Tare monlha jo
Advertising rates reasonable, and made known
Address all communications to"TUF I'HROS
ICLE," Tne Dalles, Oregon.
Saturday s Dmly.
Dr. Sander, rooms 1 and 2, Chapman
Kev. Frank Spaulding is being con
gratulated upon the arrival of a glr. at
his house. He is Ibe happy father of
tevM buys and one girl. Glacier.
Word receive! from Dr. Giesr,
who i attending Miss Klizabeth School
ing at the Go-d Samaritan hospital in
Portland, is encouraging and the doctor
says she is improving.
Mr. Jaspar Wyman, of Albany, lias
accepted a position in the drug store of
M. 'A. bnnnel!. Mr. Wyiuaun comes
with the best of recommendations anil
the linn is fortunate in securing his
C. W. Moore, who has lived in Sher
man county for the past 17 years, in
forms the Grass Valley Journal that he
resort is closed till another season. Tour
it travel to the Inn va very light dur
ing the season, the Inn not paying ex
pense. The absence of forest fire dur
ing tbe cummer left the atmosphere
clear of moke, and the trip to the
mountain was never more desirable.
Sept. -1A a severe rain and wind storm
raged at thelnn. Tbe wind was terrific
and if the building had not been anchored
to the mountain with strong cable it
must have btwu blow., away. Sept. 231
it snowed and a drill four feet hisli
M - -
gathered in the r-ar of the hotel. Col.
Pa'. Donan, the writer of boom articles
for the O. R. 4 N., visited the Inn in
Aucust. He said the O. R. ft N.. would
lend o.OX) tourists to tbe mountains
nxt summer and build hotel room for,
their accommodation, and that be- !
fore two years an electiic railroad will
be built from the town o,f Hood River to
Cloud Cap lun. lilacier.
Last night a man by the name of!
Wiliiam Hendron, was arrested by
Nighnva'chman Like at the Umatilla1
House, charged with robbing a man at I
McMinnville recently during the fiir. i
Description of him had been forwarded
to this city, and officers were on the
lookout for him, as he was said to be
following up the various carnivals and
fairs and ruuning bunco games. Hend-
streets. and the
be the afternouii
Fourth and Liberty
time for exhibit will
from 2 to 5 o'clock.
We have a farm of 240 acres, well im
proved in the famous Klickitat valley,
three miles from GclJendale. Large
creek of never-failing pure cold water,
fed by springs running through the
place; young bearing orchard of 127
fruit tree, forty-three grape vine and
tiftv blackberrie: good ix-roomed
house; barn 10x62; cellar 12x14; sev
en tv-t.ro acres in fa.! wheat. Will sell
cheap and on easy terms. Hudson A
Colonel John E. Remington, a former
Bveryihiat B.o-,1., lB. ,.
Aecuuiiu.Hlatiou. Will Nt B
La klag.-Oth.r Not...
SturUv a lull j
The committee now finds it difficult to
provide all with space within the
ground, having more requests than
respected resident of Thompson's addt- notion where he
lion and weil-known to many residents
of this city, died suddenly Sunday morn
ing and was buried today beside the re
mains of hie wife on the rar.ch of his
son-in-law, Mr. Davis, who live in the
neighborhood of Ten Mile. The Colonel
was a veteran of the civil war and was
quartermaster of the Fourteenth Army
Corps when hen he was brevet ted for
' Kellog 1885," and
; "California 20 D."
premium on them.
W. Summers, an old-time resident of
The Dalles, and ss good a boy a ever
broke the world's bread, has bought cut
J. W. Blakeney's interest in tbe Ameri
can Market and will henceforth be
found in compauy with Mr. Carnaby,
catering to Dalle folk with the very
best in the green grocery line that this
A Burns editor, who know all about
it, soliloquise thusly : "Sing a song of
penitence, a fellow full of rye, four and
twenty serpents dancing in his eye:1
... ' .. r. Ma ...... V i . . 1 1 1 0 T h. ' i l -
uprneu ne snouted tor w ' i'ui Hre nnxu ns
hi life; wasn't he a pretty chump to go tB babies given a chance at
oeiore bis wife? His hat was in the
parlor underneath a chair, hi boot
were in the hallway, his coat was on the
stair, hi trousers in the kitchen, his
collar on the shelf, but he
Monday an office will be fitted up just
within the entrance to tbe grounds,
where all exhibit will be received and
What about the baby show at the fair
G..L . ,
.-ma ix tne o'vstiou asked lu
The ui .triiuonial committee ha run
up ag.iioit a snag. They are now be
sieged by a vouug boy who is desirous of
beiug untried at the fair, but will have
none other than the queen herself.
Tuesd iv morning all shopping must he
done previous to ! o'clock, a from that
time till 12 all business the bu'cVr,
the linker, the candles! I I'll ill L- .r wn I
the placing hy the Imperial German i closed till 12. or durimr the i.rd-
ountry of an order,' Willi- i. , ,
' for -to i i ' i ..a..., i ...i . ... . parucoiariy I
waiq , uiuuuiauce Hiui arm- 1 happy in tlieir
lery inorses, together with a practically
was himself. When
the morn was breaking, some one heard
him call, his head was in the ice box, '
which was the best of all.
a quarter master of the 75th Illinois
' I "leers, next as uiajir, and lastly k .
' wa promoted to the rank of lieutenant,
colonel by brevet and quarter-master
of ths 15th army corp. following Gen.
. T. Sherman to close of war.
Colonel Remington came to Oregon in
tlie Near 187t5, and ha resided continu
ously in this state since that time. Ho
wa highly respected by all good people
who knew him. A patriot, oldier, and
an excellent citizen, hi life and
nuence a a benediction tests
descendant and neighbor.
He leave three generation of chil
dren to mourn hi loss. His wife died
' v' '' I- sin e I ... remains
were laid to rest by the side of her in
the family cemetery.
Odd rll-.- VI. Ii . JSoro.
At 5 p. m. last SAtnrdav the degree
team and members of Columbia lodae
Dispatches from New York indicate
government in this country of an order ,'
estimates the grain yield of Sherr.mn j ron is not s stranger in The Dalles, hav-
countj lor this year at three millicn
Work on the Baptist church is pro
gressing slowly on accoant of lack ot
carpenters. It is hoped, however, to get
a portion of it in a condition to lie used
during the convention, which convenes
here on the 16th.
About fifty of Portland s business men
passed through the city on the 9:15
passenger laet night on tneir way to visit
the fruit fair at Walla Walla. A stop of
twenty minutes was made at Hood River
to enable them to view the exhibit af
Mrs. J. C. Forwood, of The Dalles is
up enjoying a visit wltti her mother,
Mrs. T. W. Ayer. Mrs. Forwood's
health had been very poor, but the
brief stay in Heppner's invigorating at
mosphere haa already benefited her
K. C. Pease and F. L. Houghton, who
returned from Shaniko today noon, in
form us that their clerks there are all
busy invoicing good and' they now dis
cover more goods were saved from tbe
fire than they anticipated. Business
will be resumed by both firms at once,
buildings having been procured until
they can rebuild.
The local G. A. R. post has issued a
call for a meeting of all soldiers who
have ever fought for the American flag
to meet in Fraternity Hall at 8 o'clock
monday night te give expression to wlmt
opinions they may hold on the question
of expansion and the policy of the ad
ministration in relation to the Philip
pine Islands. The general public will
ne we. come.
Upon inquiry concerning the condi
tion of the scarlet fever cases in the
family of F. T. Sampson, we learn that
Krankieha almost entirely recovered,
MIm Florence is much better and about
the house, while Miss Clara, who has a
more serious case, is getting along fairly
well, but being constitutionally weaker
will have a more difficult Fiege than the
Portland has at last struck something
which pays better than the time-worn
exposition, and will go in for street fairs.
The final report of the committee shows
that the Elks lodge netted t00) on the
venture. The total receipts, including
subscriptions amounted to $43,777. The
indirect benefit to the city cannot be
estimated. Nothing of a like character
has ever attracted so large a crowd to
Hist city as did the carnival.
Yesterday water was agnin struck in
the artesian well near the reservoir.
Tins I the fourth time water has lieen
R,fuck and at this time under a thick
layer of rnrk, at. hard that the ponderous
machine, a sharp five-pointed hard steel
drill weighing '500 pounds, and falling a
distance of thr.e of four feet, at the rate
' about forty times per minute, only
went through it a foot in a day, for al
iioit a month; this last water being
reached at a depth of 445 feet.
The editor of This CmoVM i.k is pay
a visit to oar neighboring town of
Hood River today and taking in the
nortrenltRfaJ exhibit there. The plea
a'it rivalry which the Glacier man anil
Mr. iotirlay have kept up for the past
few months regarding the merits of the
"it of the two sections, has perhaps
-niierieii an unusual uiteren in tliis
Particular exMMti although the Chkon-
man goes down not with anv in-
1' I K
tention of criticising or making com
panson, but to share in the pride of the
Hood Riverites over the superior quality '
'rnit which Wasco county can boast. ;
'"Ide this is hi llrt visit to that
"ction in elsht year.
All ferFon haying in their r ossetsinn (
mineral sample are rr quelled to parti- 1
cipate In the exhibit to be given at the ,
mlval. And will kindly leave them at
tne office of N. Wuealdon on Mondav the
8'n lnt., with the assuranci that they
WU be returned to them after the
j ing been employed hy Mays A Crowe
! a few years since and he was recently
an employe of S. Walters in Golden
j dale. Meeting t. Cervling.from the lat
ter piace, last evening lie endeavored to
induce him to introduce him to some
comrades who had brought over wheat
yetterdav. with a vie,.- of taking them
into a saloon nearby and drugging them.
Discovering his little game.Crevling fol
lowed him up in'.ending to inform an
officer at the first opportunity ; but Like
was ahead of him and recognizing bis
man, nabbed him. The sheriff of Yam
hill county will arrive on tonight's train
and take Hendion to McMinnville tomorrow.
Monday s Dally.
YVsterday morning seven homing
pigeons belonging to Sam Wilkinson, of
this city, were snt up the road and
turned loose at Pendleton. In two hour
and half two of them were back home.
Some contemptible miscrent yesterday
afternoon went into the new WaKetield
bouse back of the M. E. church and
practically ruined the fresh plaster of
the hall and room on tbe upper floor by
scratching and tearing it with a rough
We all know who is queen of the
carnival but Rex is a mystery hidden in
the brain of the carnival committee.
And the worst of it is his majesty's
identity promises to remain concealed
till Friday night's ball ut the Vogt opera
house, when he will unmask.
J. M. Davis, a prosperous sheep man,
who for a number of years has resided
south of the Deschutes liver, has moved
to Dufur, We understand that Mr.
Davis haB sold his stock and land across
the river and intends locating in this
vicinity. Dufur Dispatcn.
Dr. P. G. Dant. well known among
the people of true city as an optician
and refractionist of pronounced ability,
is again in The Dalles and will remain
among us till the balance of this year.
Dr. Daut has secured as offices, rooms
Ii and 12, Vogt block, over postoffice.
The Antelope Herald says the manage
ment of the Fair Association have com
pleted arrangements with The Dalles
brass band, whereby the latter will play
at Antelope during the entire race meet
ing, from the 16th to the 20th. They
will also bring with them an orchestra,
which will render sweet music at the
pavilion during the evenings.
Tomorrow C. J. Stnbling & Company
will open a new saloon in the buiiding
immediately east of the First National
Bunk. It will be known as the Bank
Cafe. The opening of this place in no
wise effects the wholesale and retail
business of Stnbling A Co., which was
opened in the Schanno building a few at 10 p. m
months ago and which will be continued
under .the pi rsonal management of Mr.
The local G. A, R. po't has issued a
call for a meeting of all soldiers who
have ever fought for the American flag
to meet in Fraternity hall, at 8 o'clock
tonight, to give expression to what
opinions they may hold on the question
ol expansion and the policy of the ad
ministration in relation to the Philip
pine islands. The general public will
he welcome, and, after the soldiers have
voted, a number of short speeches un
expected from prominent local speakers.
The public schools of the city will be
closed ail day tomorrow in order to give
the pupils an opportunity to attend the
parade. Friday afternoon they will he
again c'osed for a half holiday to give
the children an opportunity to attend
the carnival, when they will he admitted
to the grounds free of charge on the con
dition that each class shall he accom
panied hy it teacher, who shall vouch
for the pupil.
commanding had given it up.
an honored member of the local G. A. R
po9t. His wife died about five years
ago. His age was 84 years.
The store of E. J. Colling A Co. was
robbed Saturday evening of a lot of
gent's clothing hy a tramp who entered
the store and carried off his booty while
j no one was watching. Charley Lauer
arrested him while he was trying to sell
some of the stuff to a Japanese. Part of
the stolen goods was afterwards found
cashed under an East End warehouse.
After hi arrest an old man, a stranger
here, accused the prisonerjof J stealing
from him a new suit of clothes, whicn
the prisoner had persraded theold man,
while in his cups, to doff in exchange
for his oid clothes, when the prisoner
ran off with them and afterwards sold
them at the second-hand store in the
last iind. tie will answer for his
crime before Justice Brownh'.ll tomor
One of the most wonderful things that
will appear in the carnival exhibit is a
petrified egg, owned by Theodore Prinz,
of the firm of Prinz & Nitschke. It was
found a few miles south of this city and
has been in Mr. Prinz's possession since
1894. It is as perfect in contour as the
day it was dropped, ami the bird that
laid it must have been a whopper for it
measures 31!2 inches around the longest
circumference aud weighs 37 pounds
avoirdupois. Mr. Prinz, who is a skilled
ornithologist, (although, possibly, you'd
never suspect him of it) says the bird
that laid it lived away back in the
permian period of the carboniferous ago
and has a L:tin name so long that it
would exhaust the whole English alpha
bet to put it in cold type. He says the
Smithsonian Institute offered him $5001)
for it, hut he spurned the offer aj he did
that of a rich brewer who ottered him
a half interest in his brewery il he
would part with it. Mr. Prinz has this
wonderful egg resting in a handsome
case made to represent a ganuine nest
and will have it on exhibitiou in the
Prinz ik Nitschke booth at the carnival,
where it may be seen free of charge.
The Chbonici.e i indebted to the
courtesy of tbe Eastern Oregon District
Agricultural Society lor a season ticket.
mi unilu. ...m. , ! i
savin fh e.. .r.. .1. i i .www iur nigu
. --- i crbcers' chargers. The m
. . . ,or Kradu horses that
deemed beet for moiiuting infantry for
rapid transportation from point to point
la war. The German emperor has al
ready four representatives in the United
States purchasing horses, but additional
agents are to be dispatched immediately
to assist in getting together the larger
number provided satisfactory assurances
are forthcoming that so great a lot can
be collected within a reasonable time.
These horses could be obtained in the
four leading western maikets in six
weeks, if the agents would pay the price.
could nid have
choice of a queen, and
made a better selection.
class no doubt the young ladv who I...
r is chiefly I riven the honor uiu-.i.." i.. .i. ....
is now , caev lies the li.i
lteceptlmi or the Queen,
J. M. Davis, of Sherar's Bridge, has
purchased the Wingfield ranch, on Eight
Mile, aud w ill make it his future home.
Wednesday the ladies of the Catholic
Her majestv, Queen Cora 'the First,
arrived here this morning on the steam
er Iralda and wa9 met at the Regulator
dock by Hon. R. B. Sinnott, chairman
of the carnival committee, who escorted
her majesty to a platform near the land
ing and crowned her queen of the car
nival. F. W. Wilson, as representing
Mayor Dufur, presented the queen with
thekeyBof the city. The queon then
joined the cavalcade, which was headed
by T. H. Ward as grand marshal, fol
lowed by Queen Cora and her maids of
honor, followed by The Dalles brass
band, tbe local militia company, the
members of the Grand Army of the Re
public, members of Camp 59, Woodmen
of the World, then Louis Comini's goat,
in appropriate costume, followed by The
Dalles fire engine, Columbia, No. 2,
I. . . T ' i , i . i . . . .
unu auutn nine nose compa
nies. These were followed by a proces
sion of Warm Spring Indians in native
costume, then an innumerable multitude
of Dalles school children of the male
persuasion, who made the air hideous
with cat-calls and all manner of noises.
Thoy were followed by two stalwarts
bearing a big sign with the legend of
Williams A Company, then by two
handsome floats representing the lum
ber, saw mill and building material in
terests of Joseph T. Peters A Company.
Russell A Co., of Portland, followed
with a handsome traction engine and
separator, which will cut an important
figure in the ' agricultural exhibit.
Among the private conveyances that of
Harry Mallear, of Eigiit Mile, deserve
special mention. It was decorated with
all manner of vegetables and flowers,
Irom pumpkins that would "beat the
band"' to onions that, would ccent a
province. The procession appropriately
closed with an express in which were
Judd Fish, the boss hotel man, and Tom
, i pa .on v . .ii n i ue crown
flip in anil., ..I t : . .
. ,.,,,.- , i,,r nneisiance oi ner com-
,...tt. .. .1... .1...:-- ... ....
i". ... mines aiteniiing the prepare, .brethren, where they found about
nun mr men a position are arduous, hundred Odd
She, however, may rest assured that she
has the hearty good will of the entire
community, and that she need have no
fear that the unjust criticism which
was so prevalent In Portland concerning
the queen will he thought of in The
Dalles, w here she is (rvet)y admired.
If any had doubts in their minds when
the street fmr was projected as to its suc
cess and the benefit whim would be de
rived then tiy. they are fast disappearing
as the work awntrwm and ear sit la .1.
- i .. 1 1 . ...
-auv auve wnn interest concerning it.
Already wo are informed that the capacl
ty of the city for accommodating visitor
will be taxed : but as rilani- of nor ....... ..
. J . ,.,
are preparing to open their homes that
all may be made comfortable, auy incon
venience will be obviated. There is one
side of this question, however, which
should be considered and a mistake
which ha caused much unfavorable
comment concerning Portland averted.
We refer to the undue advantage which
is often taken of visitors and the ex
orbitant prices charged for accommoda
tions. It is the intention of our people
to afford a diversion for our visitors from
the country and surrounding towns, and
to give them as much enjoyment as
possible for the least remuneration. It
is hoped no deviation will be made from
this rule, but that all, whether directly
interested in the success of the under
taking or not, will bear it In mind.
No. 5, I. O. O. K., accompanied bv dele
gate from lodges at Hoed River and
Dufur, numbering fifty-eight in all, left
The Dalles on a special train for Moro,
arriving there at 9 o'clock. They were
met at the Moro station by the Moro
brass hand and a crowd that seemed
large enough to comprise the whole
town. Headed hy the hand and Louie
Comini' goat, which had been fitly
decorated for the occasion with the
ensignia of the order, the delegate
marched to the lodge room ol the Moro
Fellows awaiting their
The work ol initialing six candidate!
and conferring upon them all the de
grees lasted till midnight, when an
elegant banquet was tendered the as
sembled Odd Feliow by the ladies of
the town. While the brethren were re
freshing the inner man the band and a
select orchestra catered to their musical
appetites with a choice selection of
The visitors have nothing but worda
of praise for the right royal reception
and entertainment they received at
Moro, and, in expressing their gratitude,
they desire to give special credit to the
ladies. Not an incident marred the
pleasure of a visit that will long be re
membered with exceeding pleasure.
I'KOr-LK fJOMINn AND OING
Last Night's rouoert.
The visit of Mrs. Klein to our city has
furnished music-lovers a treat which
has been greatly appreciated. While
here she has not only kindly given the
attendant at each of our churches an
opportunity to enjoy her beautiful voice,
but the public in general have had the
privilege of listening to two entertain
ments in which her singing has been
the principal attraction. The last one
was given last night at the Methodist
church, and while not being so largely
Hon, M. A. Mood is a visitor in Hood
Scott Bozworth and F. A Welch are
registered at the Umatilla from Salem.
Mrs. Moser returned to Portland to
day, after spending two weeks in the
city with relative.
Misses Anna and Bessie Lang went
down on the boat this morning to spend
the day at Hood River.
Miss Guorgin Sampson is in Portland,
where she went to attend the wedding
ui uer menu, .hiss Eunice Scott.
A. W. Giesy, special agent for the
Norwich Insurance Company, is in the
city in tiie interest of his company.
Frank MeFartand is again among his
friends in The Dalles explaining to them
the excellency of the New York Life
Insurance Company over all others.
Mr. and Mis. H. W. Wells, who have
spent the summer months at Prosier,
"ii'li., where Mr. Wells ha been look
ing after his flocks, returned to the city
G. Woodbury who was formerly a
rcsiueni oi nieiiaiies, tieing -.niployed
by the D. P. A A. N. Co. during the flood
of '94, is in the city from Shaniko, where
he now resides.
society wil' have on sale at Maier A j K""v. the author of the famous amber
Benton's store, nies. cukes and all kinds i cocktail.
All parties having ronmi to rent dur
ing the carnival will oblige by reporting
the same to Messers. Butts and Dietzel
at carnival headquarters in the Gates
Grand Rex ball Friday night at the
Vogt opera house. Don't fail to attend,
for Rex will then diclose his identity.
Grand march, led hv the king and queen.
aharn i Huston, Koscoe
-r. j. . i u , . , rvnigni, r.imer
i oe .Aiiieiic.iu .imrKi'i nrts hii cxnimi ! f.utike Q
of its own in the form of four feet of
j Tokay grape vine that contains bunches
i of grapes that aggregate thirty pounds.
; Four feet of vine with thrity pounds of
grapes is hard to beat in any country.
During the carnival the ladies of the
I.nthern church will serve metis in the
Masonic huildii'.g, corner of Court aud
j Third Mreeti. Dinner from one 1 to 3.
Supper from 4 to 7. All the best of
i home cooking. Meals 25 cents.
The young ladies of the Epworth
tsMgW will serve coffee, cake and
sandwiches during the entire fair
week at the Stadelman commission
house. They will serve Closset A
Devers' Blend coffee, which is claimed
to be the best in the world. Coffee eako
and sandwiches 10 cents.
The Yakima Herald chronicles the
instance of Coffin Bros, of that plsee, in
a deal with an Indian, receiving one of
the old bullion issues of the early dayi
of California, when government coin
was scarce. Thee coins were made in
Following is the list of letters remain,
ing in the postoffice at. The Dalle un
called for October 5, 1900. Persons
calling for the same will give date un
which they were advertised :
Brakey, E C Cameron, Frank
Davis, E S Fergu-on, Jesse
rerfoton. it. chard Hate, Gugh
Hamilton. J M
Lane, A W
I, vie, Al
Page, W W (2)
Ross, John Jr
Usher. W .1
attended as the merits of the program w , . ,
deserved ii, i , , Mrs. J. W . Gilman, of Fossil, and Mrs.
deserved, there was a good-sized audi- j D. E. Gilman, of Heppner, who have
enco present. pent the past ten days in Portland, re-
The ease with which Mrs. Klein 1 turned last night and left for their homee
render the most difficult selections j on t,ie noon tra,n todtty
makes the pleasure ol hearing her the Miss Jeannette Meredith, who came
more pronounced and each number ro- IO l'Vi aIVe"'- we,llin of her
ceived a hearty enco.-e, which she gen
erously answered with what may he
termed Ihe "old songs."' but are ever
new, and by most of the listeners the
more enjoyed from that fact.
the program opened with
cousin, Miss Uessie French, and has
spent the time with relatives here, re
turned to her home in Salem todav.
Mrs. D. M. French, accompanied by
her son, Paul, and daughter. Constance.
left on this morning's boat for Portland,
a piano i t "ra, French will remain during
duel hv Prof r,.,f.,i.i .i i o-u:J. nun i iiui wn. enter tne
, Y ol,lu"'. , bunness college.
mio ii mere were any i i tne audience
whose tastes are not educated to classic
instrumental selections and do not !
usually appreciate them, last night was
M exception, for the rendition was not
only faultless but the musicians especial- 1
Richardson, I. v man
Wallace, J W
Walthers, J A
Mink, Mrs F II
Weaver. Mrs E C
btaatMM of Partnership.
The partnership heretofore existing
between J. A. Carnahy and J. W. Blake
ney is this day dissolved by mulual con
sent. The business will be continued
under the style and firm of Carnaby A
j Hummers, who will collect all bills and
j pay all obligat ion of the 'ate firm,
CaUNAIIY A Sl'MMIKS,
The Dalle. Oct I, 1900. o!0-w4w
! ly happy in their selection.
The quartet by Mrs. Groat, Misses
Michell and Willerlon and Prof. Linden
and Dr. Eshelman was so well appreci
ated and pleasing that they were com
pelled to answer to an encore.
Although having been p-rsuaded with
difficulty to repeat the duet which has
twice before been given by them, Misses
Michell and Bonn certainly felt that it
was none the less enjoyed from the
hearty applause and encore given.
Mis Jenkins, while a stranger here,
won for herself many admirers hy her
rendition of "The Whistling Regiment,''
and the encore which followed and was
of an entirely different character gave
proof of her versatility as an elocutionist
"Pap" Chandler arrived here from
Wainic Sunday to attend the carnival.
Mrs. Levi Clarke came up today from
Hood Hiler on a vipit to her son, Frank.
.1. v ood Giiman wns in town
: day and leit on the noon tiain
home at Fossil.
Prof. C. L. Gilbert came up today
'from Hood River, after spending Sunday
with his family.
Mrs. H. V. Gndn left yesterday for
her home in Lis Angeles, having spent
some time visiting her sou, A, L. Gude.
Mrs. Win. Floyd and Mr. Stacey
Snown, who have been visiting relative
in Wheeler and Gilliam counties, were
in town Saturday on their wav home to
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Campbell, of
King-lev, were in town todav on the
wav to Portland where Mrs. Campbell
go.-, for medical treatment at St. Vin
CASTOR f A
For Inianti aud Children.
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tne eWl wnr, ,i. d la the city ol n,e THB Kind 7 OU Have AlwaVS DOUgM
Mis Lang, whose collection of Indian , the 50s, and many of them did not
baskets n acknowledged to be the flneit resemble coins, but were made in bar,
in the Northwest, ha kindly consented The one mentioned bears on tbe aide
to throw the collection open to the j occupied hy the facs of liberty the mark
This morning, Tuesday, October 9th,
to Mr. ami Mrs. John Gavin, a eon.
Fine seed wheat for ssle; red Russian.
Price, "5 cents per luihel.
W. W. Rawiov,
iepl9-lin The Dallei, Or.
Dalles, at the home of his daughter,
Mrs. D. O. Davis, Oct. 7, 1900.
Deceased was born In Troy, N. Y.,
Sept. 2ti, 1810. By occupation he was
a paintsr. In 1855 be n moved to Dixon,
III. Entering the Union army in 1801,
he served his country faithfully to the
cloae of the war, holding various posi
tion of honorable impirtane. Fint,
The New York Cash Store is the sole
agent for the Hamilton Brown Shoe
Co.' line of footwear.
Clark A Falk' drug stock is new,
freih and complete.