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MADRAS, OROOK COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1904.
TIME TABLE NO. 10
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vnr ratci and other Information apply to
C. K. LYTI.K. O. F. & 1'. A.
E. 3. WILSON. Agent
and NOTARY PUBLIC
and NOTARY PUBLIC
in tha local and cenoral Land unices.
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Oror French & Co.'t Bank
TUE DALLES OBKQaw
f E. BANDERS, V. V, a.
ChaDinan Block THE uimuun
Long DUtance Phone Ml
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
OClce In Drug Btore
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Omce at Farm, on Falrvlcw Road, i MUci
Northwest ol Madras.
pilAKK 3, BROOKS
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE ,n
NOTARY PUBLIC AND
U. S. COMMISSIONER
A llll AH
JAMES MoIIARGUE, Prop.
Only One Price
First-Class Meals & Beds;
AH White Help
Eastern Oregon Banking Co.'
Officers: 3, W, French, Prei.i H. A. Moort, Vloa
l'rei.i K. T. uurlburt, Oaihler.
Capital Stock, $28,000 Oepilti, $250,000
Fmrmlgn Zxmhangm vM jwrf Mil
Omttm All Pmrtm tkm WrM
Hurlburt, W, Lord, A. X. Haacud, T, H, Cm
Flrflt class meals and bods.
1'riccH rcaHonubtu. Head
quarters for all stngo linos.
SEE EDWARD B. LELAND
The up-to-dato tailor, for suitH cleaned
and repaired on short notlco. Mail or
ders promptly attended to. Prices
reasonable . .
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
. . LANE
Blacksmith and Wagon Maker
Horse Shoeing a specinlty. Dealer in
coul, iron, wheels, cushions, rubber
tires, springs, axles.
Geo. C. Blakeley
Tlie Rwllublu DruKalMt.
Carrlci tho largest itock
of drugs and druggists
uudrlee In Eastern ure
gon, photo supplies
your mail orders solicited
and v III receive prompt
The Dalles and
Shaniko Stage Line
Comfortable rigs, good horses, prompt
servico,, accommodatin drivers, daily
except Sunday. Oneway two dollars;
round trip 3.60. ExpresH and parcels
carried at reasonable rates.
By patroniting this lino.
i P. 3. PLUMMBK, lrop.
First class in every rospoct, travelers
headquarters. Bods 25c and up. Meals
25c. Special rates by tho month or to
families. One block from tho dopot.
EaBt Second atreot.
A. S. McAllister, Prop., does as good
work aa tho best. Makes a specialty of
collars, cuffs and whito shirts.
The Dalles, Oregon.
Tho best cigar for the least monoy of
any manufacturer on tho Coast, buy di
rect from thofactory and eavo middle
men's profits, Bample box of 60 "Ha
vana Filler" postage propaid 11.75.
Bond p. o. money ordor, registered let
ter or check.
WILLIAM CRAMER & CO.,
219 Second Bt. . TUB DALLES, OKEOON
do to the
Andy Allen Feed Yard
4 When In THE DALlES
BEST ATTENTION GIVEN STOCK
Second Street, near the Diamond Mill
the Dalles Oregon
Newsy Items Gathered from AH
Parts of the World.
0P INTEREST TO OUR READERS
General Review of Important Happen
penlgs Presented In a Brief n4
The Japanese have begun a general
advanco on Mukden.
Tho condition of Postmaster Geneial
Payne is very serious.
Mobilo, Alabam, is having the warm
est weather in its history for the tinfo
Ti.o Japanese have adopted tactics
intended to prevent the return of tho
main Russian forco to Mukdon.
Tho Russian squadron at Port Ar
thur has made another attempt to es
cape, but were driven back. Another
sally is expected. '
Kuropatkin nowicaUzoe that be can
not go on to Harbin and the problem
of wintering his troops is a.seriouBone.
The hope of the Russians is to defeat
tho Japanese at Mukden.
Souvenir Lewis and Clark dollars
have been sent to President Roosevelt
and member of congress who were in
trumental in securing the appropria
tion to the Portland exposition.
A mail car from Paris to Havre, con
taining about 100 pouches of American
mail, was broken into and 01 pouches
opened and rifled of such valuables as
they may have contained. There is no
record of thoir contend or of tho valu
W. J. Bryan is a grandfather.
Disease is claiming many Japanese
Tho battlcshiap Connecticut has been
The Ruesian cruieor Orel broke a
cylinder on her trial trip and will be
dlayd six months.
Tho main Russian army has retreat
ed from Mukden, leaving only a small
force to guard the roar.
Tho Japano o army has captured Da
pass. Practically no resistance was
offered by the Russians.
A Fuget sound tug jtiBt in from Alas
ka, reports having sighted a RuBBian
gunboat at Unimak pass.
A dispatch from Constantinople says
that the village of Ramsa, Armenia,
was tho scone of a massacre of Armen
ians by Kurds. Details are lacking.
Hops have advanced two and taree
cents throughout tho Willamette val
ley and at North Yakima. Independ
ence growers have receied as high as
Heavy rains have caused serious
damage to railroads in Western Texas,
Now Mexico and Northern Moxico.
Several washouts aro reported on tho
Santa Fo in New Moxico and on all
roads trains aro delayed.
Two more of tho Billings, Mont.,
jail breakers havo been captured.
Unofficial estimated by Japanese offi
cers placo tho number of thoir sick and
wounded eoldiors at 45,000.
A Massachusetts justice fined an at
tacho of the British embassy and later
found he had exceeded his authority.
Ho has apologizod.
United States custom officials at
Pm timid boll ova that nenilv 20 nor
cent of tho Chinese population o( that
city are in this country illegally.
The Vancouver, B. 0., police think
they havo in custody tho leader of the
threo mon who held up tho Canadian
Pacific train near Mission recently.
Tho Philinnino islands will not bo
able to exhibit at tho Lewis and Clark
fair unless aid is givon. Too heavy Jan
expenao at St. Louis is given as the
A passenger train on the Bt. Louis &
Iron Mountain railway was derailsd
125 miles from St. Louis and injured
35 persons, a number of whom are so
badly nurt it is belloved they will die.
Reports received from near Shang
hai Hay that the Boxers aro openly dis
tributing pamphlets couched In tho
same language as those circulated be
fore tho rising of 1000. October 17 is
fixed as tho dato for tha extermination
of all foreigners.
The Chilean training ship General
Baguedana Is at Ban Fanclsco.
The Japanese are preparing for a
flanking movemont against Kuropatkin,
Reports from Port Arthur claim that
there is plenty of eoal fot month yet.
Large numbers of Japanese rein
forcements are being hurried to Muk
den. Tho Port Arthur fleet is expeoted to
make anothor attempt shortly to e
Benator Hoar Is very low and his son
says his death may be expected t any
HIS Lire ENDS.
United States Senator Hoar Passes
Worcester, Mass., Oct. 1. George
FriBble Hoar, senior United States
senator ftom Massachusetts, died at
his home In this city at 1:35 o'clock
yesterday morning. f The end followod
a period of unconsciousness that had
lasted since early Tuesday, and came.
so gently that only the attending phy
sicians were awaie of the exact moment
of his ending.
Tho attendJnc physicians despaired
of tho senator's life six weeks ago, but
such was the vitality exhibited by their
distinguished patient that even they
were surprisod, and tho public was at
times led to cherish faith in an ulti
On Sunday last, however, all hope
was abndoned after a last unsuccessful
attempt to administer medicine and
nourishment. Brief lucid intervals
wero followed by longer durations of
unconsciousness until Tuesday morning,
when the venerable statesman sank into
a state of coma, from which all efforts
to rouse him proved futile. During
the last hours there was not a move
ment of the body, and only a scarcely
perceptible pulse evidenced the final
Thero were present at the bedside
when death came the senator's son,
Rockwood Hoar, bis daugther, Mary
Hoar, and D. Warren, R. Oilman, who
for weeks has been in almost constant
attendanco upon tho sentor.
PAYNE VERY ILL.
Heart Disease Develops In Marked
rorm in Postmaster.
Wflnhinotnn. Oct. 1. Postmaster
General Heniy C. Payne is seriously
ill at bis apartments at the notei
Arlinotnn here. Marked SvmDtoms of
heart trouble have developed, and his
condition becaae so serious during the
day as to cause grave concern.
Mr. Payno returned recently Irom a
trip to tho West and appeared much
imnroved. though his health has been
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poor for a long time. He went to the
Whito House to attend the meeting ol
the cabinet last Tuesday and that night
wan vnrv restlesB. He was at bis desk
at the post office department during the
lorenoon yesterday, aunougn leeung
vtrv hadlv. and did not return to the
department after luncheon, remaining
in his room, lie became very in iasi
night, and haB been confined to his bed
Dr. Macrrndei. who was hiB physician
during his severe illness ol some
mnnttiR apo. hnn been attending him.
and Dr. Rlxej , the Burgeon general of
the navy, also has been t an hi. .During
thi fivfinint? President and Mrs. Roose
velt called at the hotel and made in
quiries regarding the postmaster gen
eral's condition. Dr. Magruder on
leaving Mr. Payne's room later tonight
gave out a statement which admitted
the serious nature ot Mr. Payne's con
dition, but said the patient was resting
STUDENTS GO ON STRIKE.
Chicago School Children Wrongly
Believe Negress Is to Teach.
Chicago, Sept. 30. Fifty boy pickote
Btationed about tho McAllister public
school here prevented pupils from en
tering today None of tho pickets was
more than 15 years old.
Outside tho picket cordon, a crowd
of 700 boys and girls hooted and yelled
at the teachers looking from windows.
Every infant strikor wore a badge to
show that ho or she belonged to a
"union. " Some of tho badges wore
merely ecrapa of paper with the word
"union" Bcrawled across it. Others
wore union buttons which their fathers
had worn. Many of tho strikers car
ried clubs. They threatened violence
agninflt any child daring to enter the
Tho picketing was the result of a
"strike" which was cauBed by a mis
taken belief of the children that an as
sistant kindergarten teacher was colored.
After a detail of six policemen had
been sent to the school to preserve or
dor, the "strike" was "settled." A
committee appointed by tho youthful
strikers loarned that the rumor of a
colored teacher having been employed
in the Bchool was false. About 80 per
cent of the strikers went back to their
classes. Truant officers began a search
for the absentees.
Would Try to Reach Arctic.
Christiana, Norway, Oct. 1. The
Duko of Orleans has askod permission
of the govornment to havo the Arctic
steamer Fram, in which Dr. Nansen
made his voyage to tho Arctic regions,
for tho purpose of an arctic oxpedition
in 1005. It is understood that the ad
miralty will require that the Captain
Otto Sverdiup, the former commander
of tho Fram, shall command tho vessel,
if the government agrees to the propo
sition of the duko, Tho plan of the
expedition haB been submitted lor the
approval of tho authorities.
Wills City $250,000.
Boston, Oct. 1, Publio bequests ag
gregating over $1,000,000, the largest
being a gift of $250,000 to the lity of
Now Bedford, are contained in the will
of the late Mrs. Sarah Potter, of Bos
ton, which was filed for probate this
Z. F. MOODY
GENERAL COMMISSION and
Largo and Commodious Warehouse Consignments Solicited. 21
Prompt attention paid to those who favor mo " J
Importer and Dealer in
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods
GENTS' FURNISHING G00DS,
CL0THING. HATS, CAPS,
BOOTS, SHOES, ETC
F. W. L. SKIBBE, Prop.
Meals - 15c and up
Lodging - 25c and up
Only Brick Hotel in tho City
324 Second St., Opposite O. R. & N. Co.
Passenger and Freight Depot
Manufacturer and Dealer la
Fine Harness, Saddles,
Tent and Wagon Covers -
THE CHEAPEST PLACE IN
When there, stop in and get prices.
A. M. WILLIAMS & CO.
Dry Goods, Clothing,
BOOTS AND SHOES
HATS AND CAPS
A. E. CROSBY
Carries a Complete Line ot Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Household Remedies,
Drugglsta' Bundrles and Photo Supplies. Country Mall Orders I give my personal
attention. A Graduate In charge. Safe delivery guaranteed. Your Prescription
my Specialty. Strychnine and Pest Destroyers. Stock Foods and Dips of all kinds.
Agency for Eastman Kodaks. Both 'Phones. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
For the Best in Groceries go to
BONN BROS. & CO.
THE DALLES, OREGON
Groceries, Vegetables, Fish and Poultry, Eggs and
Butter. All Kinds of Mill Feed, Etc.
We Make a Specialty of Farmers
AU of Our Buggies, Spring "Wagons, Binders, Mowers,
Stoves and Steel Ranges must be sold by January Ut to
make room for another line of goods. It will pay you to
get our prices.
MAYS & CROWE
THE DALLES, OREGON
SLIGHTLY DAMAGED LINOLEUM
At 60 per cent reduction from regular price. Cheapest Houso for bost Furniture,
' Carpets, Stoves and Orockoryware. 1
The Great Northern Furniture Store
EAST SECOND ST.,
SHANIKO, OREGON i
East End Clothing Store
JOE COHEN, Proprietor.
COMPLETE LUTE OF
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS, CAPS, SHOES and CLOTHING
It will pay yon to get our prlcei before pur
601 SECOND ST., THE DALLES, OREGOS
Alio branch Grasi Yalley, Oregon
HENRY L. KUCK
HARNESS AND ST0ESK SADDLES
Cowboy Outfits a Specialty
Dealer in Collars. Whips, Robes and
a general line of Horse "Furnishing
Goods, Tents, Awnings and Wagoa
Covers. All work guaranteed.
East Second St. THE DALLES, Ore.
Shaniko Drug Store
, Patent Medicines
Toilet and Medicated Soaps
Perfumery, Jewelry, Etc
DR. S. L. PERKINS, Proprietor.
IN. R. POULSON
GENERAL PLUMBER TINNER
Dealer In All Klnfls of
PLUMBING GOODS AND TINWARE!,
Agent for All Kinds of Farm Machinery
Star Windmills and Meyers Pumps
"Write for Prices.
THE DALLES, OREGON.