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THE DALLES, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29. 1901.
The Kind You Have Always
In use for over 30 years,
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-good are but
ISxperimsnts that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Nareotie
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend
CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The Kind Ton Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
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OF LIFE IN WRECK
Two Passenger Trains on the Wabash
Railroad io Michigan Meet in Head
End Collison at Foil Speed.
Dktuoit, Mich , Nov. 27. From 100
to 150 persons were killed or injured to
night in a wreck on the Wabash railroad.
Two heavily loaded passenger trains col
lided bead-on at fall speed, one mile
east of 8eneca, the second station west
of Adrian. The west-bnund train, com
posed of two care loaded with immi
grants and five other coaches, were
smashed and Darned, with immigrants
and fives other coaches, was smashed and
burned, with an awful loss of life and
fearful injuries to u raaj rity of it pas
sengers. The east bound passenger
train, the Continental Limited, suffered
in a scarcely less degree.
The track in the vicinity of tte wreck
is strewn with dead and dying. Many
physicians from Detroit have tone to
the scene. The west-bound immigrant
train, it is believed, disobeyed orders in
not waiting at Seneca for the weet-booiid
train, thereby causing the wreck.
The track at the point whtra the col
lision occurred was straight, and at first
the officials could not understand how
an accident could have happen. The
west-bound train, which ordinarily is
due to leave Detroit at 2 :S0 o'clock was
two hours late, leaving at 4:20 p. n. The
two train had been ordered to meet at
Mootpelier, Ohio, bat as stait d had been
ordered to meet at 8-necf-. The blame
is therefore placed on the conductor or
engineer of the east-bound (rain, tbe
accident would not have occurred bad
this train been Leld at Seneca.
Apparently tbe orders to wait were
disobeyed, nod tbe probabilities re that
the true story of the accident may never
be told, as tbe train cres undoubtedly
met instant death.
Advices from the wreck at midnight
state that tbe country for miles around
lighted up by the burning err, i nd
that the flumes could sot be quenched
because of tbe lick of proper apparatus.
Mangled bodies were picked up along
the track by the farmers, lefore the
epecial train cent from Adrian arrived
on the scene. In some instances bodies
has borne the
and has been made under his per
sonal supervision since its infancy
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
are mangled beyond all recognition. Tbe
bodies wbicb the rescorers managed to
pull from tbe burning rains of 'the im
migrant cars were bo badly burned thtt
their identity will. never be known.
Mill Stone Reported Dead.
Washington, Nov. 28. The rumor tf
the death ot Mies Slone and her attend
ant, Mme. Teilka, which reached tl e
state department yesterday, came from
Turkish sources, the first informant be
ing the Vali of Salonica. The two women
were said to have been held captives at
two towns supposed to be on tbe Bul
garian frontier, bat which so far have
not been located in tbe atlases. Tbe
fact that both Mr. Eddy and Consul-
General Dickinson emphatically dis
credit the report of Miss Stone's death is
regarded here as indicating tbeir purpose
to contiune without relaxation their
tfforts to secure her release.
All women sensibly desire to be at
tractive. Beauty is the stamp of health
because it is the outward manifestation
of inner purity. A healthy woman is
always attractive, blight and happy.
When every drop of blood in the veins is
pure a beauteous flush is on the cheek.
But when tbe blood is impure, morose
ness, bad temper and a sallow complex
ion tells the tale of sickness all to plain
ly. And women today know there is no
beauty without health. Wine of Cardni
crowns women with beauty and attrac
tiveness by making strong and healthy
those organs which make ber a woman.
Try Wioe of Cardui, and io a month
your friends will hardly knew you.
FARM FOR SALE.
Four hundred acres of deeded land
situated sixteen miles south of The
Dalles, in the best grain district in East
ern Oregon, will be sold at a bargain.
The land is nearly all under cultivation
and well Improved, having good house,
barn, granary and other outhouses, and
sufficient water for fifty head of horses
during the dryest seasons. A windmill
and cistern is constructed so as to famish
water for tbe boose, stock and garden
irrigation. There is sufficient pasture
for email baud of stock and splendid
hoc pasture on the farm. For further
particulars apply to
Tuio. J. Skukkht,
u4-lmdw Box 864, Tbe Dalies.
If you want to retain your hair you
have to keep your scalp dean. Heap
will make your hair harsh, dry and
crispy. Now we have two of the yery
best preparations for cleansing the
scalp Egg and Pine Tar Shampoo. It
will leave your hair soft aodjdoeev.
Price, SK and 60 cent a bottle, at Fraser's
barber chop. The Dalles.
Gifford's Potoe Nerer Fade.
Trlbnte to JRooaevelt.
London, Nov. 28. Throe hundred
gnests assembled this evening for the
Thanksgiving dinner given under the
auspices of tbe American Society in
London. Panl Cambon, French ambas
sador to Great Britain, proposed the
health of President Roosevelt. M.
Cambon paid a feeling tribute to the late
President McKinley, whose death, be
said, had scbocked France and koit tbe
sister republics in closer bonds of
eympathvand sorrow. While President
Roosevelt was an unknown quantity in
tbe world, said M. Cambon, bja was a
cultured, energetic and charming person
ality, and bis elevation to the presidency
bad been received in France with the
happiest anticipations of carrying on
those cordial relations which had existed
between the two countries for over a
Con an Doyle, the novelist, produced
perhaps the greatest effect of tbe evening
by declaring tbe pendulum of tbe com
mercial world bad now shifted to some
where between New York and Chicago.
N I (lit Was flr Terror.
"I would cough nearly all night long,"
writes Mrs. Chas. Applegate, of Alex
andria, Ind., "and could hardly get any
sleep. I bad consumption so bad that
if I walked a blocx I wonld cough fright
fully and epit blood, but, when all othr
medicines failed, three $1.00 bottles of
Dr. King's New Discovery wholly cured
me and I gained 68 pounds." It's
absolutely guaranteed to care Coagbs,
Colds, La Grippe, Bronchitis and all
Throat and Lang Troubles. Price 50c
and $1.00. Trial bottles free at G. C.
Blakeley's drug store. 2
George M I'ulluian Dead.
San FuanciboOj, Ntftk 28. George M.
Pullman, son of the res millionaire car
builder, died at his oafth'try borne in San
Mateo this morning. He had been ill
several weeks with pneumonia, but
until Tuesday bis condition was not con
sidered serious. On that day, be suf
fered a severe relapse and then grew
steadily weaker. This morning about
3 o'clock he was attacked by a berao:
rhsge, and within a few minutes passed
away. Arrangements are being made to
take tbe body to Chicago for interment.
Tbe deceased was married for tbe second
time a few weeks ago at if.eno, Nev , to
Mrs. Brazell. He was 26 years old.
A Ftremaa's Cloae Call.
"I stuck to jony engine, although every
joint ached and every nerve was racked
with pain," writes C. W. Bellamy, a lo
comotive fireman, of Burlington, Iowa.,
"I was weak and pale, without any ap
petite and all run down. As I was about
to give up, I got a bottle of Electric Bit
ters and, after taking it, I felt as well as
I ever did in my life." Weak, sickly,
run down people always gain new life,
streogtb and vigor from their use. Try
them. Satisfaction guaranteed by G. C.
Blakeley , the druggist. Price 60 ceo ts. 2
Dull Headache, Pains In various parts
of tbe bodv, Sinking at tbe pit of tbe
stomach, Lues of appetite, Feverishness,
Pimples or Sores are all positive eviden
ces of impure blood. No matter how it
became so it must be purified io order
to obtain good health. Acker's Blood
Elexir has never failed tocare 8crofulops
or Syphilitic poisons or any other blood
diseases. It is certainly a wonderful
remedy and we cell etery bottle on a
positive guarantee. Blakeley, the drug
gist. Fine turkeys, fattened especially for
tbe Carnaby Market, Hinzes' sweet
pickles in bulk, bulk olives, sweet cider,
apple butter, pickled tripe, pigs feet,
sauerkraut, and other specialties too
numerous to mention, can be had all tbe
time at Carnaby ' American Market.
Dyspepsia can be cured by using
Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets. One little
Tablet will give immediate relief or
money refunded. Sold In handsome tin
boxes at 86 eta. Blakeley the druggist.
Single-Comb Brows Legkoma.
A few thoroughbred, single-comb
brown Leghorn cockerels and pullets for
sale, if taken at once.
n28 lm . Tbe Dai lee. Or.
You wH) act
Waist Patterns '
consisting of the very newest
things in silk embroidered
French Flannels, satin striped
Ohallies, silk embroidered
Serges, gold tinsel embroider
ed Serges, satin striped all
wool Challies, silk embroider
ed Henriettas, dotted Henri
ettas, striped Trecots, and
black and white striped Ser
ges, in 2 and 2 yard lengths,
at siecial 65c, 75c, 80c, 90c,
t, $1.25, $1.50, $2.25, $2.50
and $3.15 the piece.
AVe call special attention to
the assortment of
in 2-yard lengths; 8 different
A. M. WILLIAMS
Saya lie Was Tortured.
"I suffered ruch pain from corns I
could hardly walk," writes H. Kobiuson,
Hillsborough, Ills. ."but Buck-leu's Arni
ca Salve completely cured them." Acts
like magic on sprains, braises, cuts,
sores scald?, burns, bolls, ulcers. Per
fect healer of t-kin diseases and pile.
Cure guaranteed by G. C. Blakeley, the
druggist. 25c. 2
Subscribe for Tog CnaosicLg.
HE Y06T QPEBB HOUSE
F. J. CLARKE, Manager.
ONE NIGHT ONLY,
MONDAY, December 2d.
America's Leading Romantic Actor,
CARL A. HA8WIN,
Fataooa throughout the world as "The
Silver Blng,'T will present hie grand
scenic melodrama, in four acta,
A LION'S HEART
By Arthur Shirley add Benj. Landek.
At produced 1000 times in London.
A carload of special scenery and i
PRICES First five rows, TBcj balance
or the bouse, Me. Children, Ids.
Seats on sale Thursday aaorning at
' JJSJlgSv. aa7
be the Last Day of the LINEN SALE
About 60 very stylish Silk
and Satin waiata at
1 n the lot arc represented all
the shades in Tarfettas, Peau
de Sois and Satins. All beau
tifully made and elaborately
tucked or trimmed in lace in
sertion and ribbon.
Those that were
5.00 are now $3 60
fl.00 are now 3 00
8.00 are now 4 00
10.00 are now 6 00
12.00 art? now 6 00
12.75 are now a 88
16.00 are now 8 00
(lev Umatilla Boose
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
Service the Best. Rates Reasonable.
s9Speclal ratos to Steady Boarders, Pamlllee and
BBS I II " Yl
kaan ui fl p I ggejA'1
FARMING IMPLEMENTS.- Ageuts
Harrow ana noa. Ppilng Tooth lleftowr, msreiuimea nows, ssitenevi
uus and Hacks, ll.-m.ey Buggies.
With Ball and Roller bearings, aad fully warranted.
Write U4 for pi Ices and catalogues.
All orders entrusted to us will have prompt attention.
Priors always right.
Tbe oaly Esciaaive Hardware Store In the sity.
I hare rpsaed thi well-known Bssuy,
sad am now propsrsd to supply orsry
sody with Bread, Fits sad Otkt. -Uao
sU Hade of Btsple snd Jaaoy Ghroosr es.
Our entire line
of new FALL
SILKS in wide
at 76c, special
this week only.
? :lvingweek priow
n the Clothing de
partment. All Youths'
in nites from 17 to
SO years, greatly
We are over
stocked in these
sites, and to equal
iae matters are
willing to give you
duction in price for
4.50 suit . . $3 75
6.00 suit ... 4 00
0.00 Milt . . 4 96
7.60 suit ... 6 86
8.60 suit . . 7 36
10.00 suit 7 60
12.00 suit .. 9 90
No extra charge
for alterations to It
(ale and Restaurant
FRANK BATTY, Manager.
Sexton & Walther
THE DALLES, OREGON.
A full line of BRIDGE A BKA.CH
SUPERIOR STEEL RANGES, and
Cook and Heating Htovee.
Io' tfuoaer Drill , J. l.Oaee Steal fjraa