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About The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 27, 1901)
PSRBOff At MBNTION.
Hon. F. P. Mvs and family are ex
pected hen- tonight to spend Thanks
Hiving with Mr. Mays' parents.
Mrs. William firune, of Rockland,
arrived here at noon from Portland, ac
companied by her daughter, who returns
from school to spend Thanksgiving with
A Meeting Iff the Mttti"
I doubt if the Masonic hall ever held
a happier crowd of devotees than filled
its entire epace last evening. At: invi
tation from our own Columbia Chaptf r,
No. 33, had been extended to Hood
River Chapter, No. 25, to attend onr
regular meeting, which convened last
evening. The invitation was -accepted
and upwards of twenty of their members
were onr gue9ts. Everything was in
readiness for them upon their arrival on
the steamer Regulator.
The usual routine work completed,
speeches were made by several visitors
expressing t ti air appreciation of cm
efforts to make the visit seem like the
coming home of one large family.
A call was given by our worthy patron
to cur guests to pin the march, led by
our own superior officers, Sister fitDOM
Dome presiding at the organ, which
speaks for the music on this occasion.
The singing was led by Brothers Doane
and Poling. I need not say It was good,
for these brothers are well known favor
ItM oi Dalles audiences.
Reaching the dining hall we found
exquisitely laid tables in the emblematic
colors. Masses of chrysanthemums 1
formed the decorations, which were
beautiful. An elaborate luncheon wae
very daintily served, while the Marido
lie Ciub. seated in a flig draped alcove, !
played their sweetest strains. I think I
it seemed hotter for cotuiug from be
neath our national emblem. Barely
they never pleased ns more. Brother !
"George C. Blakeley tilled the position
Of toast master, and the responses were
tenderly fitting to the occasion.
After the "leas' of reason and Mow of j
eoul" was a thin;: of the past, we re
turned to the chapter room and listened
to Brother Poling' beautiful rendition
of "The Holy City." Of course he re
ceived an imperative encore. He re
sponded with "Mj Old Kentucky Home"
in a manner which touched all hearts.
Brother Doane was loudly called for,
and he sang "Mispah" aa he always
sings, from the heart. It was a very
sweet ending to the evening's pl-asurtr.
Chatting with and getting acquainted
with our guests tilled the hour until we
were surprised to find a new day had
dawned upon our beautiful world, and
all must hie away to ha in readiness for
the duties of life.
- And so ended a happy meeting, which
we trust will b productive of much
goo 1, as we know it was of erreat enjoy
ment to us Columbians.
The comments of the Wasco News as
to s!ur;:ing in any game of football is to
the poi.it, yet iu the Wasco game our
tvpoter was of ibe opinion that it was
"borre and horse." But let that be as
it may, the new organization here hope
to promote clean football, and will re
sort to no foul work unless as a matlei
of protection, which is the surest way to
Ii tomorrow's game it is hoped that
the home team will "play ball" and let
the captain do the talking. That is the
true w y to play bal'.
Those who cannot attend the game
tomorrow can contribute their mite by
buying tickets at B. H. Grant's cigar
s ore. Dont forget this important fea
ture. Tne ladies have all arrangements com
pieted for tomorrow evening's reception
BIG TURKEY 8HOOT.
A. Y. Marsh will give a big turkey
ehoot on the beach on the 26, 27, and
28th of November. n2t27dtw
Did you get
of the 10c music at HENE
FEE PARKINS' store?
If not, call and see the list
before the best ones are se
lected. This is one of the best bar
gains in music we have ever
offered. 600 pieces to se
HDD I MNE
Here It Is.
VICI KID j&
Hundreds of women have been
looking for such a boot.
Fit to go anywhere.
No rubbers, no overshoes.
A. M. WILLIAMS (EL COMPANY
Exclusive Shoe Department
White Collar Line.
Willard, IU., August 1, 1800.
I was in bad health this spring and could not
sit up in bed for (our week. When I was con
fined my child died. When I began to sit up I
felt so weak and bad such terrible pains in my
back and hips. I had kidney trouble and fall
ing of the womb. I also had hysterical spells. I
was in a bad condition when I received your
"Ladies' Birthdav Almanac" and read the ad
vertisement of Wine of Cardui and Thedford's
Black-Draught. Since April 20tb, I'havc taken
tour bottles of Wine of Cardui and three pack
ages of Thedford's Black-Draught. I feel like a
new person now. I can do all my work and can
walkout to see any of my neighbors. I believe
I would have been in the grave had it not been
for Wino of Cardui. IT SAVED MY LIFE.
Mrs. ALICE DAVIS.
It it well that women are more patient than
Few men could bear the bitter pangs,
the agony and distress that women endure.
Thousands of women have come to look upon
suffering as a duty of their sex. But there are
many instances of this heroic fortitude which
now renders unnecessary. Women need no longer suffer for modesty's
sake. Wine of Cardui brings relief to modest women in the privacy of their
homes. Many of the best homes in this city are never without this great
medicine. It cures whites and falling of the womb and completely eradi
cates these dragging periodical pains. Mrs. Davis' cure shows you conclu
sively what you may expect if you follow her example and take Wine of
Cardui. Thedford's Black-Draught aids Wine of Cardui by regulating the
stomach and bowels. When you ask your druggist for these medicines, be
sure you get them. It was Wine of Cardui and Thedford's Black Draught
that saved Mrs. Davis' life. Never take a substitute.
For advice and literature, address, siring symptoms, "The Ladles' Advisory
Department," The Chattanooga Medicine Company, Chattanooga. Tens.
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Trilby and Cole's Original Air-Tight Heaters
For Wood and Liyhter Fuel.
The introduction Ol Cole'8 Original Air-Tiulu Heater has revolution
ized the heating itOVf) trade in all sections of the United States. Its won
derful eeonom in the use of fuei, and many other exottlUut qualities,
strongly rfCVIPUicud it to all in need of a heating stove.
What Cole's Heater Will Do.
ThU stove will heat a room from .iro to
80 degrees in five minutes.
It will heat your house evenly day and
It holds fire 36 hours without attention.
You huild only one fire eacli winter.
It hums chips, bark, leaves, paper and
corn cobs, and gives excellent results with
this fuel, which ie ordinarily wasted.
The stove is light and easily moved and
The combustion is perfect and ashes are
removed only once in four weeks.
None of the heat is wasted and the stove
Vi ill save one-half of your fuel bill.
It is clean, economical, convenient, safe
Every one of Gale's Original Air-Tight Heaters is guaranteed to stav
air tiiit us hint; a used. Where wood is used for fuel every family should a.
haxe one oi mure of these stoves. F
Sold by MAIER fe BENTON, The Dalles. I
He DSdies-Portlanii Borne
Str. " TAHOMA,"
Portland, The Dalles and
Leaves Portland at 7 a. m. on Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday.
Arrives The Dalles, same day, 6 p. in.
Leaves The Dalles at 7 a. m. on Sun
day, Wednesday and Friday.
Arrives Portland, same day, 4 p. m.
Meals the Very Best.
,fBjT"Tlii8 Route has; the Graudest
Scenic Attractions on Earth.
Daily Round Trips except Sunday.
Leave Portland .7 a. m.
Leave Astoria t, m.
Landing and office Foot of Alder
Street; both phones, Main 3ol, Port
E. W. Ciichton, Agent Portland,
Prat her and Barnes, Ants., Hood River
Wolford & Wyers, Agts., White Salmon
J. G. Wyatt, Agent, Vancouver,
A. J. Taylor, Agent Astoria.
R. B. Gilbreth, Agt., Lyle, Wash.
J. M. FILLOON, Agent, The Dalles
Danes, Portland & Astoria
OAK STREET DOCK,
at 7 A. M.
at 7:00 A. If,
DA II, Y KXCKPT SUNDAY.
BUY A WILSON
and save fuel. THE WILSON has an
OUTSIDE DRAFT that will not burn
out. We also earn- a line of TRILBY
W. C. ALLAWAY, General Anent.
The Dallea, Oregon.
Advertise in the Chronicle
New ideas in Wall Paper here. Huch
wide variety as we are showing never be
fore graced n single stock. Real imita
tion cretun effects at ordinary prices.
Good papers at cheap paper prices.
Elegant designs, tasteful colorings, yours
for a small price, at oar store on Third
street. Also a fall line of house paints.
D. W. VAUSE, Third St.
QUO. K. CAMPBELL,
Irrigation, Bridge, Railroad and Water Supply
lty. Mlue and Expert Laud Hurveylug, Map
Location, Construction stud Maintenance of
Highway, Htreeu and Pavements.
Delinol Foundation, Modem Bridge. Hew
er, Beaervoira, MaaonrBtrueturea, Etc.
nl Address, P. O. Box Hid, THE DALLES, OK.
Purest Liquors for Family Use
P Delivered to any part of the City,
f 858 Long Distance. 173 Second Street
C. J. STUBLIG,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Wines, Liquors Cigars
Family Orders will receive prompt attention.
Next door to Find National Bank.
THE DALLES, OREGON, i
Condon 1'Iiodk 33.
Long IMst. 1001.
PJ1 kinds of
Crandall & Barget
The Dalles, Or.
lyon's French Periodical Drops
Strictly vegetable, perfectly harmless, sure to accompliah
DESIRED RESULTS. Greatest known female remedy.
PIIITIflU Bnwareof counterfeits and Imitations. Tlio gt nulne Is put up only In paste-board Cir
UHUIlUn ton with fai--simile signature on slrto of the bottle, thus: siuS lUnktm
Bend for Circular to WILLIAM d MD'U. CO.. Bole Agents, Cleveland, Onto. tm"t Jr
For sale by Geo. C. Blakeley, The Dallea, Or.
wn wmik Mil I
Headquarters for Seed Grain of ail kinds.
Headquarters for Feed Grain ot ell kin
Headquarters for Rolled Grain, an kin
Headquarters for Bran, Shorts, slSuSt
Headquarters for "Byers' Best" Pendle
OH FlOUT onr 18 manufactured expressly for family
use : every Hack is guaranteed to give aatisfactiaa.
We eell our goods lower than anv house in the trade, and if von don't thinks.
call and get our prices and be convinced.
Highest Prices Paid for Wheat, Barley and Oats.
.GOIitiBlA BHEWEKY ..
AUG-UST BUCHLER, Prop.
Of the product of this well-known brewery the United States Healtb
Reports for June 28, 1900, says: "A. more aupeiior brew never entered
the labratory of the United States Health reports. It is absolutely devoid
of the slightest trace of adulteration, but on the other hand is composed of
the best of malt and choicest of hops. Its tonic qualities are of the nigh"
pat and it can be used with the greatest benefit and satisfaction by old sad
young. Its use can conscientiously be prescribed bv the physicians wito
the cersainty that a better, purer of more wholesome beverage could not
possioiy te tounu.
East Second Street, THE DALLES, OREGON,
ge couiu no m
They overcome Weakj
h in . . . i Mlpia Bi
VaajWBBjy wi meu3iruation." TJiey are "JUllJS BAVliiva jb m0
kV womanhood, aiding development of organs and body. w
,WJ..: known remedy for women equals them. Cannot do harm""
SKf bccoines a pk-osure, 1.00 PKIt BOX BY MAIL.
mMMJm y UrutTKiNto. DI(. MOTT'S CHEMICAL CO.. Cleveland, w
For sal by Geo. C. Blakeley, The Dalles, Or.
F. S. OUKMINO,
...Blacksmith, Horseshoer and Wagon-maker
Iron, Steel. Wheels, Axles, Springs and Blaoksroitb Suppl
AxentlorBusMU Jo.' Knglues, Ttaresben and Saw Mills.
Long Distance 1073.
Cor, Seuo&l I Lansttin Sts THE DALLBS-B