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The Dalles Daily Chronicle.
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GOING AFTER Tin: PEDDLERS.
According to the Pendleton Tn
buue tbe county court of Umatilla
county is going nftor peddlers with
blood in its eye. The sUel rai.ge
men and b 7gy travelers have been
required to pay the peddlers' license
required by law, and taxes on the
goods they shipped into the count)',
wuerovcr possible. These companies
as in this county, were traveling the
county from north to south and ea3i
to west, and selling their goods at
big prices on long time without
interest. Three carloads of steel
ranges were sold at 70 each to
farmers and stockmen, and a large
number of buggies were disposed of.
This was considered an injustice to
local dealers throughout the county
who pay taxes and contribute to the
good of the community. The local
dealers spend their earnings at borne
and assist in the upbuilding of the
county's industries. The outsiders
come in with goods and smooth
tongued salesmen, and by making
easy terms they make heavy sales.
They then discount the notes they
take, and leave the county without
contributing a dollar to its wealth or
encouraging us growth and develop
ment. Botb concerns complained at
the tax and license and threatened
to fight them in the courts. But
they finally paid the assessments and
went their way rejoicing. One com
pany employs nine men and eight
teams and wagons. Their horses
were fed in the open air or in an old
barn rented temporarily, and as little
money was spent as possible among
the people of the county. The last
carload of steel ranges that reached
Pendleton was found by the assessor
oefore the ranges were distributed.
A similar prescription for use in
Wasco county would be just the
thing that has been needed for a
The Hartford Courant says the
railroad combines are driving the
country toward government owner
ship. The Springfield Republican
concurs in the same belief. The
Orogonian thinks "there is a slow
drift to government ownership as an
ultimate." The Goldendale Sentinel
precipitates matters by urging the
immediate condemnation and pur
chase by the government of a trans
continental line to be run so as to
ruin all the rest. Meanwhile there
are not a few non-bysterical Ameri
cans left who have got it into their
ignorant beads that railroad consoli
dations, from those of the elder
Vanderbilt many years ago down to
the present time, have enabled their
owners to run their roads more
cheaply and in the long run have
resulted in lower rates to their
It is said that Senator Wellington's
presence in the senate Is not recog
nized by the members of that body.
Every one from the piges to the
presiding oflicer ignores him. No
man cau insult the memory of a
nation's hero as he did that of Presi
dent McKinley and maintain his
standing among men of honor and
decency. There seems to be no
place where Wellington would be
tolerated unless it be among an
archists and those depraved and
degenerated souls who, like him, re
joioed at the death of the president.
A Pendleton woman who desires
to oast off marital lines makes some
peculiar allegations against the part
ner whom she seeks to get rid of.
He complained that her grammar is
bad, and sbe also alleges that he
made derogatory remarks about her
cooking in tbe pretence of company.
After tbe third trial of tbe monthly
market sought to be UWlehed at
Pendleton, sim liar to the one talked of
tor this place, the Pendleton Beet Ore
gonian writes ol tbe one attempted to
be held there lest Tuesday: "Mar-
! ket day was a failure yesterday.
I Thf Commercial Association have been
trying tn establish a regular monthly
market day to aid the farmars in dis
posing of anything they maj have that
', is uot. needed or wanted on the farm,
and to this end the association started
in to hove a marknt day eyery month.
Yesterday ni tin1 date for the third
one, I lit) two former days having been
; partial successes. Those who had
the thing in charpe expressed them
selves as being well pleased with the
I good accomplished. They say that the
! failure yesterday does not mean that
the idea will be abandoned entirely, but
I owing to the rtuh preparing for tho hoi
' iday trade and the extra work that those
i of arrangements had on hand, the nnr
; ket day was neglected anil alio wed to
! pass yesterday with little attention. But
1 it is not the intention of the association
i to let the matter go by default. They
will let t lie matter rest for a month or
j two, and then in the spring take it up
I again, with a better organized system
and carry the idea to a complete sue
1 Pictures enlarged at the Wilson photo
; graph gallery. decJ lm
i Clark & Falk are never closed Sunday,
I Don't foraret thir.
Clarke & Falk have on eaie a full line
j of paint and artist's brnshes.
Go to the Wilson gallery for excellent
: photos at reasonable pricss. dec4-lm
If you can't come during the week,
yon can have a sitting Sunday by seeing
Floral lotion will care wind chapping
and sunburn. Manufactured by C'arke
Christmas will soon be here and you
haven't had that negative made yet.
See Clifford right away quick. n 19
If anything ails your hair, go and see
Frazer; he's the headquarters for all
hair remedies. Remember that he
makes a e::ccialtv of these goods. tf
Those artists' proofs. My ! but they
are fine! One dozen will make just
twelve fine Christmas presents. Giffbrd
is the man that makes them. nl9
Clark and Falk have just received a
full line of fresh Velox papers and de
velopers, the same as ujed by Mr. I.ovick
in his recent demonstration at our store.
The Elite barber shop is running four
i chairs thus ensuring patrons a speedy
j and satisfactory service. All tools
sterilized and only steam laundried
1 towels used. nl8 lm
Christmas sale of millinery at the
! Campbell & Wilson millinery palore.
' One-third off regular price of entire
i stock. Sale will continue until first of
Why pay $1.75 per gallon for inferior
' paints when you can buy James .
i Patton's sun proof paints tor $1.60 per
I gallon, guaranteed for 5 years. Clark &
i Falk, agents. ml
Experience is the beat Teacher. Use
Acker's English Remedy in any case of
! coughs, colds or croup. Should it fall to
i give immediate relief money refunded
! 25 cte. and 50 cte. filakeley, the drag
We offer for a limited period the
twica-a-week Chronicle, price $1.50,
l and the Weekly Oregonian, price $1.50,
both papers for $2 a year. Subscriptions
fonder this offer must be paid in ad
Mrs. E. Carey lately returned from
j Portland where she selected a magni-
ficent variety of holiday goods which
1 are now on exhibition at her millinery
i store in the East End. They have been
I marked at the lowest living prices.
I Call and see before buying else
Dyspepsia can be cured by using
! Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets. One little
1 Tablet will give immediate relief or
money refunded. Sold in handsome tin
boxes at 25 eta. Rlakaley the druggist.
All women sensibly desire to be at
I tractive. Beauty is the stamp of health
! because it is the outward manifestation
j of inner purity. A healthy woman is
I always attractive, blight and happy.
When every drop of blood in tbe veins is
pure a beauteous flush is on the ebeek.
But when tbe blood is impure, morose
ness, bad temper and a sallow complex
ion telle tbe tale of sickness all to plain
ly. And women today know there U no
' beauty without health. Wine of Cardui
I crowns women with beauty and attrac
I tlveness by making strong and healthy
thois organs which make her a woman.
Try Wine of Cardui, and in a month
your friend- will hardly know you.
If you want to retain yoor hair you
have to keep your scalp clean. Soap
; will make yoor hair harsh, dry and
crispy. Nov we have two of the very
I best preparations for cleansing the
I . LT I m 'H QL 1.
cai "vKU auu run tar onauipvo. il
in i i i . . . .
win leave your nair sou ana gioeev.
Price. 25 and 50 cen La a bottle, at
Darner shop, The Dallas.
You saw those floe portrait frame at
the carnival f They are going very feet ;
the supply la limited, and your picture
in one of them is just the thing for
Christmas. Glffoid. nlO
Subscribe for Tax Cuaoaici a.
Union and Second Streets. Local Phone 92.
We offer one hundred dollars reward
for any case of Catarrh that can not be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Chenky h Co. Props., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be
lieve birr perfectly honorable In all busi
ness transactions and financially able to
carrv out any obligations made bv their
West & Truax, Wholesale Drungists, To
ledo, O., Walding, Kinnati cV Marvin,
Wholesale Drugirists, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure it taken inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system.
F. J. Chkney & Co., Props., Toledo O.
Sold bv drrugzists, price 75c.
Hall's 'Family Pills are tbe best. 12
Thousand Sent into Exile.
Every yejr a large number of poor
sufferers whose lungs are sore and racked
with coughs are urged to go to another
climate. But this is costlxand not al
ways sure. Don't be an exile when Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consumption
will cure you at home. It's the most
infallible medicine for Coughs, Colds,
and all Throat and Lung diseases on
earth. The first dose brings relief.
Astounding cures result from persistent
use. Trail bottles free at G. C. Blakeley'e
drug store. Price 50c and $1.00. Every
tottle guaranteed. 4
Or Bene at to Von.
D. S. Mitchell, Fulford, Md. : "During
a long Illness I was troubled with bed
sores, was advised to try DeWitt'e Witch
Hezsl Salve and did so with wonderful
results. I was perfectly cured. It is
tbe best salve on the market." Sure
cure for piles, sores, burns. Beware of
counterfeits. Clarke & Falk's P. O.
The manufacturers of Banner Sa've
having always believed that no doctor or
medicine can cure in every case, bat
never having heard where Bannei Salve
failed to cure ulcers, sores, tetter,
eczema, or piles, as a matter of curiosity
would like to know if there are such
cases. If so they will gladly refund the
tbe money. Clarke & Falk.
We will pay $'25 reward for the arrest
and conviction of any person trespassing
upon the football park, molesting or de
stroying the fence. Small boys who
have been digging boles under the fence
are liable to arrest and are included in
Beldkn H. Gkast,
L. A. Poiuek,
d4-lm Otis Pattkbson.
Sick Headache absolutely and perma
nently cored by using Moki Tea. A
pleasant herb drink. Cures constipation
and indigestion, makes you eat, sleep
and happy. Satisfaction guaranteed or
money back. 25 cte. andoOcts. Blakeley,
Fine turkeys, fattened especially for
tbe Carnaby Market, Hinzes' sweet
pickles in bulk, bulk olives, sweet cider,
apple butter, pickled tripe, pigs feet,
aauerkraut, and other specialties too
numerous to mention, can be had all the
time at Cainaby's American Market.
n20 i ra
Chas, Replogle, At water, O., was in
very bad shape. He says : "I suffered
a great deal with my kidneys and waa
requested to try Foley's Kidney Cure.
! did so and in four days I was able to
go to work again, now I am entirely
well." Clarke & Falk.
Blugle-Uomb Smwu Leghorns.
A few thoroughbred, single-comb
brown Leghorn cockerels and pullets for
sale, if taken at once.
u23 lm Tbe Dallas, Or.
Arieto is the paper used to make those
guaranteed Platino carbons, at Wilder's
Curio, Novelty and 'Photo Studio. It
will pay you to visit the studio before
Christina. No trouble to show goods.
To Stow a Cold.
After exposure or when you feel a cold
coming on, take a does of Foley's Honey
end Tar. It never fails to stop a cold if
taken in time. Claake & Falk.
Foley's Honey w Tar
fOf OB lid It It , MMtt, um. No
. Yon will not nave boils if yea take
Clarke Falk's sure cure oi boila.
, Wagon and Carriage Work.
I Flah Brothers' Wagon.
Third ant Mewl Phone 159 J
in tissiwhslsriaali rfiriasnw.. ifi rTsaiesi
The plant of the Hood
River Manufacturing Co. will
be sold cheat) fr casn
The plant consists of a full
line of wood-working machin
ery, sticker, planer and a com
plete sash and door outfit.
Must be sold at once.
Address, II. C. COE,
Hood River, Or.
To any part of the city. Will
make all trains. Light
baggage free of charge
to all passengers.
Day and Night Service.
Day Phone Grant's, Local 211, Long
Distance 1311 ; Night Phones NeN
ion's, Local 334, Long Dist. 1151.
Porter I Anderson - Proprietors.
Undertaker and Embalmer
Cor. Third and Washington Sta.
All orders attended to promptly. Long
distance phono 433. Local, 102.
JK. TAClfc HEAL,
Office, Mr:- Morgan's Art studio. ufflce hours,
I tod p. in. di-lm
Health and Beauty.
A poor complexion is usually the re
sult of a torpid liver or irregular action
Of the bowels. Unless nature's refuse is
carried off it will surely cause impure
blood. Pimples, boilsand other eruptions
follow. This is nature's method of
throwing off the poisons which the bowels
failed to remove. DeWitt's Little Early
Risers are wo-. d famous for remedying
this condition. Tbey stimulate the liver
and promote regular and healthy action
of tbe bowels bnt never cause griping,
cramps or distress. Safe pills. Clarke
& Falk's P. O. Pharmacy.
To Whom It May Concern.
At a meeting of Tbe Dalles City
conncil held on Monday night Dec. 9,
1901, it was moved and carried unani
mously : "That the city marshal be or
dered to collect a monthly rental on and
after January 1, 1902, from all parties in
Dallee City who shall then own bouses
or other obstructions that have net been
removed from tbe public streets of tbe
Try Van Norden's for a perfect fit In
glasses, old or young, near sighted or
far sighted. dee 2
Oifford's Fotoe Never Fade.
FRENCH & CO.,
Transact a General Banking Business.
Letters of Credit issued available in
tbe Eastern States.
Sight Exchange and Telegraphic
Transfers sold on New York, Chicago,
St. Lniis, Han Francisco, Portland Ore
gon, Seattle Wash., and various points
in Oregon and Washington.
Collections made at all points on fav
He Cfilimflla Pac Wo.,
HAND FACTO KMC KB OK
Fine Lard and Sausages
Curers of BRAND
HAMS & BACON
JRIF.D BEEF. ETC.
JUST ARRIVED !
The largest and most
complete line of . . .
ever shown in the city
are now on display at
H. Glenn & Co's
Paint and Oil Store.
John Pashek, The Tailor,
Has just received 1000 samples
of tbe latest patterns in Gent's
Clothing Goods. He guaran
tees prices and a good fh.or no
John Pashek, The Tailor.
Prof. Homer de Morrison
383 Washington alreet. Booma 83-30,
The ft rat regtitered aa well as the flrat a radii -ate
palmist ever In Cortland. Tbe world'
K eatet Trauoe Clairvoyant and Uerba 1st can
beeonsuUvd dally on all affairs of lit'.
Prof, de Morrison U without a doubt tbe moat
actentlSc Palial-t ann Clairvoyant In tho world
today : he locate hidden treasure, reunites the
separated, tells It tbero ts mineral, o l. or g.is on
your land enables you to win Utt afteetTon of
one you desire.
Palmistry taught. medlumlsUo persons devel
oped. Hani by tbe uses of his revealed tieib l
teas; cure chronic aai so-cal!ed Incurable dis
ease, f tee treatment (or the poor.
Hand l, dale of birth and three uuestl ma ; all
tetters aiuwered at tnoe.
Located by Vision.
Portland, Aug. !0.-(To i he Kd I tor). -Homer
uv aiurrisuu, ueuuiuji. i oca un by vuion thebul
lion aiotvn irom tbe Helby Smelting Works,
behalf of occult science he Immediatel e.
m on ed lately oo
i llr 1 I Da
munlcaied by latter tbe facta to Mr. A. J. Hals
e Helby works. The reports re-
nvea iasi nigm prove Dli statements correct.
MK8. rftANCIS PARTLOW.
"It Is pleasing to be aatured that the gold
weii. iroui toe aeioy amciiioa wors
a bv Vision hv a PnrtUiwf omu!
raa tkat tka JZw rj IK. v-iT
Foley's Kidney Cure
last TIME SCHKDUI.K8 WBST
bound THE DALLES. bounij
Fortluiid gait Lake, Denver, Ft
SpeclHi. Worth, Omaha, Kan- , .
1 J:28 p. rn . saa Ct ty, St. Imla, Chi- 1 : .P- m .
via limit- cago and the I'.aat.
Bre!a Lake, Denver. Ft.
8t. Pan! Walla W)U, Lewiaton.
Fast Mail, ! bpoknne.Wallaee.Pnll
9:36p.m. man, Minneapolis, Bt. 3:35a. m
via 8po- Pnl. Duluth.TBilwan
kane. kee, Chicago and Eaat.
OCEAN ADD EIVER SCHEDULE
(All aalUng dates sub
ject to change )
8:00 p.m. . 4:00 p. m
For Ban Francisco,
Sail every 6 days.
Sunday Columbia Blew. 4:00 p.m.
fcSSp ra. iTo Aawria, and Way- except
Saturday, ! Landings. Sunday.
10:00 p. m.
Monday, Willamette River. Tuesday,
Wedneed y, OregonClty,Newberg,8a- Thursday,
Friday, independence. Cor- ft&rday,
0:45p. m. vaiiig & Way-Landing. 6:00 p. m.
Tuesday, 4:80 p. m.
Thursduy, Corvallia and Way- Monday.
Saturday, Landings. Wednesday
6:00 a.m. Friday.
Tuesday, Willamette and 3:30 p.m.
Thursday, Yamhill Mlvera. Monday,
Saturday, Oregon Cltv, Dayton and Wednesday
7:00a.m. Way-Landings. Friday.
I-eave u . ai Leave
Klparla I Hne River. LeWiston
ex. Sunday Rlparia to Lo wis ton. icx Monday
4:05a.m. 1 ' 7:00p.ni.
afsST Parties dealring to ro to Beppner or
point on Columbia Southern via Blggi, should
take No. 2, leaving The Dalles at 12:26 p. m.
making direct connections at Heppner Junction
and Biggs. Keturnlng making direct connection
at HeppnerlunoUon and Biggs with No. 1, ar
riving at The Dalles at 1:06 p. m.
For further particulars, call on or address
JA8. IRELAND, Agent,
The Dalles, Oregon.
M. Z. DON NELL,
J . 8. SCHBNCK,
MAX A. VOOT,
First Rational Bank.
THE DALLES ... OREGON
A General Banking Boslnaas transacted
Dapoaita raoaivad, subject to Sight
Draft or Ohaok.
Collections made and prooasds promptly
remitted on dav of collection.
Sight and Telegraphic Exchange sold oa
New York, San Franeiaeo ant! Port
D. P. TaoMrso. Jao. 8. Sohbmok.
Ed. M. WiLMAata, Quo. A. Liaai.
B. M. Sball.
TUB lU VQ UBTHDUIT
W- W. WILSON, Manager.
FirsKlas '9 Rp?et
m?als at HI fyours.
PRIVATE PARTIES SERVED.
Tbe table alwars supplied tritb tbe
beat in tbe market.
7 Front St., neer Ooort, The Dalies.