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"THURSDAY, - - - JUNE 13, 1895
A LITTLE RECREATION.
A little recreation is pleasant to most
people, and to many a necessity ; when
not carried to excess, so as to amount to
dissipation, it i harmless and usually
beneficial. Westerners and southerners
are somewhat Inclined to carry all
Amusements to the . extent o a dissipa
tion. This has been, and no doubt will be
for sometime, true in the agitation of
financial questions. 8o far has this gone
that many are alarmed lest, within a
Jew years, the "financial school" will
break np in a financial spree, and busi
ness, which is now slightly convalescent
after its severe attack of tariff reform,
will have a relapse, and our last condi
tion be worse than the first. It should
be borne in mind that there is little dan
ger of a free silver bill becoming a law
while Cleveland is president, and if he
lives, he and he alone, will be president
until March, 1897. After the new presi
dent is inaugurated it will require some
time to satisfy all the different free sil
verisms and silver theorists, if that can
ever be done. So there is little proba
bility of any silver legislation going into
effect before 1898. By that time the ex
uberance of the youthful West will have
somewhat worn off, the spree will be
over and a little gold cure will prepare
m to settle down to business.
We anticipate nothing more serious
than a little recreation, or at worst, a
short dissipation. Indeed, we think the
worst is already past.
MASS MEETING TONIGHT.
If the business men of the city have
amy interest in the election of city offi
cers, it will be well for them to be out in
force at the mass meeting. . It is much
easier to elect desirable officers and
councilmen, if attention is given the
matter at the nominating meeting. Tco
often the spoils-seeker and his friends,
or they who have axes to grind, control
. the nominating meeting.. If you care
anything about the city's affairs, ac'd
want to have them run your way, you
must in person give them some atten
tion, and to have your influence felt, you
must give them attention all the time,
particularly when the men who are to
run the city are to be chosen. .
This mass meeting is of about as much
importance as the election itself.
THE CHINESE RIOTS.
It seems thi.t the reported Chinese
riots are less serious than at first sup
posed. No missionaries were killed, bat
some property was destroyed, and the
obnoxious foreigners were compelled to
move on. It was limply an imitation
of American sand lotism so prevalent
on this coast a few years ago, when "the
Chinese must go'awaa the catch-word of
demagogues, and Tacoma and a few
other places made themselves ridiculous
by mobbing the Chinamen. Indeed,
China is becoming Christianized with
startling rapidity; it is now only a few
years behind the United States on this
Yesterday's market report, published
in the Oregonian, quotes wool 9 to 11
cents, and Eastern Oregon 5 to 8 cents.
This indicates either that the Orego
nian's market reporter is not qnite "on
to his job," or else Portland is a very
poor wool market. Eastern Oregon
wool in the market here is selling from
82 to 10 cents, and there is more of it
sold, baled and shipped to the eastern
market from here tb an Portland dreams
It is noticeable that among the at
tendants at the financial schools which
are being now held by the Bilvermen
throughout the land, there are a great
many ex-senators, ex-congressmen and
ex-governors. We wonder whether the
fact that they got left has anything to do
with their being among the "scholars.
The Cars uf Toetb.
At 6 years of age four permanent teeth,
double teeth, the most useful teeth in
the mouth, are cut. These teeth, be
cause of the bad condition in which fre
qnently the milk teeth are found at this
time, are subjected more to the causes
of decay than any other of the perm a
nent teeth, hence special care should be
given at this time to the care of the
teeth to keep them clean. A tooth kept
clean will not decay. On the Pacific
coast there is very rarely a case where a
child has attained the age of 14 but what
baa lost' one or more of these teeth, has
bad them filled, or else the teeth or
roots of them remain in the mouth de-'
caying, ulcerating, and causing a very
bad breath ; the puss mixing with the
food goes to the stomach and does injury'
to the digestive -organs. The health of
every individual depends very much
upon the health of his or her teeth.
The time to care for the teeth, to keep
them clean, is between the age of 6 and
14. Daring this time all the permanent
teeth but the wisdom teeth are cut, and
the wisdom teeth are of little nse to
man. But no one can well afford to lose'
any one of the other-permanent teeth,
especially the double teeth, or molars.
I have registered, within the last four
years, the names of eighty-foar children
for whom I have worked, their ages be
ing between 7 and 14 years. From my
observation and experience with the
children I attribute the caoae of decay
of teeth to the lack of cleanliness. Chil
dren don't know how, and parents fail
to teach them to clean their teeth.
Each of the children, whose names I
have recorded, came to me with a heavy
coat of stain and more or less tarter on
their teeth. The stain softens the
enamel and gives rise to a rotting or de
caying of the teeth. The tarter inflames
the gums, absorbs the bony substance"
in which the tooth is situated, causing
it to become loose, and soon in age to
drop out. I removed the stain and tar
ter and filled all the cavities in the
teeth, giving the children a clean and
healthy mouth. By thoroughly brush
ing their teeth, they keep the stain and
tarter from re-forming, and prevents
any farther decay or loss of teeth. -
Parents, take your children to your
dentist and have their teeth cleaned,
and let him show them how to nse the
brash, for many who nse the brash use
it injarioasly on the teeth, and fail to
clean them. Have him tell them when
to ase the brash on the teeth, and what
to use with it.
S. H. Fbazieb. Dentist, -
Chapman Bldg., Boom 1 Up Stairs
A Household Treasure.
D. W. Fuller, of Canajoharie, N. Y,.
says that he always keeps Dr. King's
New Discovery in the house and .his
family has always found the very best
results follow its use ; that he wonld not
be without it, if procurable. G. A.
Dykeman Druggist, Cat skill, N. Y., says
that Dr. Kings New Discovery is un
doubtedly the best cough remedy ; that
he has used it in his family for eight
years, and it has never tailed to do ' all
that is claimed for it. Why not trv a
remedy so long tried and tested. Trial
bottle nt Bnipes-Kinerslys Drug Co.'e
Drug Store. Begular size 50c. and $1.00
Mr. Ed. Boynton, Second son of Mr.
E. L. Boynton, of Kingsley, died last
night of phlegmon, a swelling in, the
throat. Mr. Ed. Boynton was born ia
Clackamas county, April 5, 1S70. He
has lived in The Dalles and vicinity for a
number of years and was highly les-
Dected and liked bv all who knew hirn
For the last Tew years he has been con
nected with the different stage lines
running oat of the city. The funeral
will take place tomorrow at 2 o'clock.
Mrs. M. E. Briggs has just received a
fine line of M. Heminway & Sons, also
Brainetd & Armstrong art silks, filloselle,
Roman floss, etc. The colors are per
fectly shaded and great care has been
given to the selecting of colors, to have
them suitable for the now popular lines
of embroidery that requires careful and
accurate shading. Choose your shades
now while they are unbroken. A full
line of stamped linen constantly on
hand, also Honiton lace braids. jl2-15
Finest cabinet photos $2.50 per dozen
at Herri ns studio Chapman block, The
Dalles, Oregon. Eighteen first prizes
taken. Clip this notice out and bring
it with you and it is good tor one photo
extra with every dozen photos. j6-lm
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NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
Timber Land, Act June 3. 1878.
Land OFFiCK, The Dalles, Or.,
May 4, 1895. I
Notice is hereby given that in compliance with
the provisions of the net of congress of June 3,
1878, entitled "An act for tbe sale of timber lands
in the States of t'alifornia, Oregon. .evnda and
Washington Territory," Joseph W. Ward,, of
Boyd. County of Wasco, 8tat of Oregon, has this
day filed in this office bis sworn statement No.
for the purchase of toe SEJ fWJ4 nnd SWi
SE4. of Sec. No. 6, and NW; NE!i N WW,
6ec.7, all in Tp. No 2 8. Range No. 12 E, W. M.,
and will offer proof to show that th -lana sought
is more valuable for its timber or stone than for
agricultural purposes, and to establish hi claim
to said land before the Register and Receiver of
this office ar The Dalles, Oregon, on Saturday,
tbe 27 tb day of July, 1895.
He tiames as witnesses: Henry Hanner,
Joseph Hanner, Tho Dalles, Manley Ran, John
Decker, Boyd, Or.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands are requested to tile their
claims in this office on or before said 27th day of
JulT, 1895. - J AS. F. MOORE, Register.
One dark bay mare with heavy black
mane and tail, branded MD connected
on left hip and IV" or VI on left shoulder.
When last seen she bad baiter and bell
on. Finder will be liberally rewarded
by leayiDg at O. L. Richmond's stable in
thia city. ml5-lm
WITH C- Jl I
eef si Iron
"Where she can get nice
Where to get the nicest
Where nice, fresh G-ro
ceries are kept..
Where she can get them
in; a hurry if she
Call or Telephone.
J. B. CROSSEN,
Ask Central for 62.
KXOIT A TTC3-:EI.
ine aoove association is
prepared to take a list of all
and any kind of. Ileal Estate
for sale or exchange, whereby
the seller will have the undi
vided assistance of the follow
ing Real Estate Agents, or
ganized as an association for
the purpose of inducing im
migration to Wasco and Sher
man Counties, and generally
stimulating tne sale ot prop
C. E. Bayard, T. A. Hud
son, J. G. Koontz & Co., J. M.
Huntington & Co., Dufur &
Hill, N. Whealdon, Gibons &
Marden, G. W. Rowland.
Address ,any of the above
well known firms, or
J. M. Huntington, Sec.
The Dalles, Oregon.
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