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The Dalles Daily Chronicle.
- - DEC. 81, 1901
STATE PRESS OS SMS ATOM WIL
LI AM SOS.
It looks as if tbe newspapers were
trying to queer Senator Williamson
as a candidate by parading bim for
several offices at toe same time, says
the Salem Journal. This is hardly
fair and will not be successful in
sidetracking biro. Those who know
tbe nwn beat know that he has not
been guilty of
seeking this kind of
. ... .
is a public man of
. , . .
some prominence m this state but not
a miscellaneous office seeker.
On several vital questions, when
large interests were at stake, and
moey was being freely used, we
hare seen Mr. Williamson line up for
what was right, and we believe be is
intrinsically honest and means to do
right as far as be grasps tbe situation.
Tbe Journal says these things as an
opposition paper that has not always
had the pleasure of working on the
same side with Mr. Williamson, or
agreeing with bim or to dc bim
justice as a man.
Senator J. X. Williamson has not skirts. dI3tf i
. ...... . . r . .. Apoor complexion is usually the re
vet signified his decision on tbe office Clark and Falk have just received a ,,,.,;... -T.
-IT " , fua line of fresh Velox papers and de- 9n!l of torP,d hver or "regular action
question says tbe Pendleton Tribune. veloperet gnees ujed by Mr. Ixvick i of the bowels. Unless nature's refuse if
His preference seems to be the sec re- in bis recent demonstration at our store. , carried off it will sorely cause impure
tarvahin but bis friends insist on bis , Cigars for Cbristmae in handsome blood. Pimples, boils and other eruptions
leaving that clear for Mr. Dunbsr.
They say that he would make a good
congressman anyway, and why not
accept that honor. As a matter of
fact Mr. Williamson is a sound and
able man for most anr office in the
gift of the people of the state, and.
moreover, he would have a strong
support for whatever position he
should decide to try for. It is the
opinion of the Tribune that the sen
ator is not on tbe fence in tbe least as
far as himself is concerned but when
tbe proper time comes he will an
nounce bis candidacy for the office
he has in mind or will not enter the
race at all. The discussion that has
been going on has been largely due
k r. tr tr.in.fnatn'c
eAS un lutviM sw twin. seen -
friends, and the friends of other men
. ka La. a tn
marks concerning his aspirations.
Already about 1000 pension bills
aao v v irci. u tuu vu mwu
which, if not an unprecedented num
ber at the opening of a session at
least shows that a demand for the
government's bounty in the form of
pensions is far from being exhausted.
It is stated that some of these bills,
; .k. i.. 1 j vf monev back. 25 cts. andoOcta. Blakeiey, i " iuc -J
if they become law, would add about the 7' beld Mond.y nlf bt Dec. 9,
100,000,000 a year to tbe pension Tbe larfe(rt and bwt , .n,,,,,, of 0re. J 1901, it was moved and carried onani
expenditures, while if by any possi- gon and Indian views in tbe city at mously: "That tbe city marshal be or
kiUMi .i,i .11 i. . Wilier 's photo stndio. Sonvenir size. . dared to collect monthly rental on and
bihty they could all become law, it . 10 enu medium, 15 cents ; large ones! ; after January 1, 1902, from all parties in
wauld take all of the revenues of the 25 cents. Remember these views are ' Dalles City who shall then own houses
.n...nf -,. ,K -rn-Ai finished on aristo and bromide carbons 1 or other obstructions that have not beeo
government to meet tbe expendi- d llmntsd for . t 6,-lm -mo-ed from the nublic streets of the
tures called tor in the bills.
A Kansas editor makes this report,
after attending church recently.
-Ladies should take off their hats in
church. No preacher can inspire a
man who is looking into a lopsided
aggregation of dead birds, stuffed
weasels, chameleon skins, ribbons,
beads, jets, sticks, straw, paper, corn
tassels and thistle down. It makes a
sinner feel lost in the wilderness."
It is said that Cornelius Vender-
, T. t, , .., .
bilt and Perrv Belmont wdl trv to
ruL tor coDgreas oii opposing tickets
. u. I
cuaoge to say: "I here is many a
heeler who will iauient the fact tuat
he is not a voter and worker in a dis-
tnct offering inch splendid subjects
for leg elongation.'
A good many Britons are prone to
m ,1 . . . . ,
speak of the vulgarly and riotous
character of American political cam-
paigns, but it is not often that meeU
ing. 1. this ooontry are stopped and
windows smashed as they were in
Birmingham, Englaad, last Monday.
part freely with I
Pnia Oare, a &joieh
hold by Clarke A
Pictures enlarged at tbe Wilson pboto-,
graph galiery. dec lui ,
Ciark A Falk are new closed Sunday.
Don't forget Urn.
Ciarke A Falk have on saie a foil line
of paint and artist's brnshea,
Ciarke A Falk'j flavoring extracts are ,
tbe bast. Ask your r asj- for them.
Go to the Wilson gallery for excellent i
photoa at reasonable prices. dec4 lm
Try Van Norden'e for a perfect fit in '
glasses, old or yocng. near sighted or
tar sighted. dec 2
Tbe prices on ladies' and children's ,
knit roods are enrprisingly low at tbe
New York Cash Store. dlStf ,
i or rt'ni r urmsueu room wunuiuuu ;
htmX nd electric uht6. XppW t Mre.
P. Chapman, (harms: block. dl9-tf
Children's knit leggins, mittens and
toques a fall line a: lowest prices at 1
the New York Cash Store, dl3tf
U t eaJV to MlKt Christmas presents
if yon look over those indian and foreign
shell? and novelties, at Wild
Margaret ShroeuYr wishes to announce
that -he is prepared to do all kinds of
sewing. Residence across track from the j
Wasco warehouse. dlfMw
If anything ails your hair, go and see '
Frexer: hex tbe headquarters for a
hair remedies. Remember that be
makes a specialty of these goods. tf .
Have you teen those kcit goods at the
New York Cash Store? Fascinators,
ice-wools, circular shawls, mit'enc and
svr- w wir , . i i n . oiiaif (a( uiit'vuv auu ;
boxes of 12, 13, 25, 50 and 100; every
popular hrand, cheap, at Grant's the ,
only exclusive cigar store in theeUj- !
Ch-.m . . mi;iiM
Campbell a Wilson
One-third otf regular price of entire
stock. Sale will continue until first of
Wby pay $1.75 per gallon for inferior :
painte when you can buy James E.
Patton s sun prof paints tor $1.50 per !
gallon, guaranteed for 5 yean. Clark A
Falk, agents. ml j
Dvspepsia can be cured bv using
aeeere dyspepsia taoteta. une nttiei0
ibuibi win give immediate re:iei or
money refunded. Sold in handsome tin
boxes at 23 cts. Blakelev the druggist.
Experience is the best Teacher. Use
Acker's Engiieb Remedy in any case of
coughs, colds or croup. Should it fail to
give immediate relief money refunded
25 cts. and 50 eta Blakelev, tbe drag-
If you wish to retain
to vonr hair. ston its fallina- oot. eradi-
cate dandruff and make it soft, fine and
w.vey, then ose Ari.to Hr Food. For
sale by Clarxe A Falk, poatoffiee pna'-
Are you ready for cold weather? If
not you should' provide yourself with
York Cash Store. A large assortment
of these goods for women and children
may be seen at tbe New York Cash
Sick Headache abeoluieiy and perma
nently cured by using Moki Tea. A
pleasant herb drink. Cures constipation
and in digeati jr. . makes you eat, sleep
Anil hlnnt isaMlafrinn n t nn rl M
rr, -. K .... .
W omoii aid Jrwtlt.
Jewels, candy, flowers, man that is
the order of a woman's preferences.
Jewels form a magnet of mighty power
to the average woman. Even that
greatest oi all jewels, health, is often
reined in the strenooas efforts to make
or save the money to part baas them. If
a woman will risk her health to get a
coveted gem, than let her fortify herself
aaainst tbe lnsidnoos eonseooencee of
coogbs, colds and bronchial affections by
the regular oea of Dr. Boachee't German
Syrup. It will promptly arrest eon
sumption in its early stages and heal tbe
affected lungs and bronchial tubes and
drive tbe dtead disease from tbe system.
r. : . . . ' 5"V?r'
n ic ujk ta t,um'ai, uu it ie g UTJI veal li
cure far coughs, coid and all bronchial
troubles. You can get Dr. G. G. Green's
rename remedies at K.akeiey e drug
atore. uet jirean s bpeciai Almanac.
Dnll Headache, Pains in various parts
ol tbe bodv, Sinking at the pit of tbe .
stomach, Loss of appetite, Feverisbnees, i
Pimples or Sores are all positive evideo-
ee of itnPn blood- matter how it
became so it must be purified in order
Ellf hM MW f.iled Scrololoai
or Syphilitic poisons or any other blood j
positive guarantee. Blakeiey, the drog-
I can secure the aarvieee un expert
moaie teacher at ragnlar rates if several
snore )i eaa
Clierles Betxlar.The Dalka,Or.
For Kent A furnished
Union and Second Streets. Local Phone 92.
Be Kept Bis Lac.
Twelve Tears ago J. W. Sullivan, of
Hartford, Conn., scratched his leg with
rusty wire. Inflammation and blood
poisoning set in. For two years he sal-
fered intensely. Then the best doctors ,
urged amputation, "but," be writes, "I j
used one bottle of Electric Bitters and
1 1-2 boxes of Bucklen's Arnica Salve
and my leg was sound and well as ever."
For Eruptions, Eczema. Tetter, Salt
Rhentn. Sores and all blood disorders
Electric Bitters has no rival on eaitb. I
Trv them. G. C. Blakelev will guarantee
satisfaction or refund money. Oniy 50
BBaltl ami 1 Haaotr
follow. This is nature's method of
k wi.. Mfch sha hMafa
.d to remove. DeWilt's Little Early
Risers are world famous for remedying
this condition. They stimulate tbe liver !
and promote regular and healthv action!
,0f the bowels but never cause griping,
cramps or distress. Saie pills. Clarke
4 Falk's P. O. Pharmacy.
All women sensibly desire to be at-
tractive. Beauty is the stamp of health
because it is the outward manifestation
A healthy woman is
always attractive, bright and happy
When every drop of blood in tbe veins is
pare a beauteous flush is on tbe cheek.
But when tbe blood is impure, lnorose
nees, bad temper and a sallow complex
km tells the tale of sickness all to plain- i
ly. And women today know there is no 1
beauty without health. Wine of Cardoi j
; crowns women
with beauty and attrac-
LtiTeM" by making strong and healthy
Luu "4" . . "T
Lr? - - "JtfiTm aU
I yoar Wends will hardly know you.
We will pay f25 reward for tbe arrest
and conviction of any person tree passing
upon the football park, molesting or de-
stroving the fence. Mnail ooye who
have been digging bolee under the fence
are liable to arrest and are included in
rr i j ;
Beldex H. Gra.vt,
L. A. Portek,
d4-lm Oris Pattehsox.
To Whom It ISajr
Pood ( hanged to FoUon.
Putrefying food in tbe intestines pro
daces effects like those of arsenic, bnt
Dr. King's New Lffe Pills expel tbe
poisons from cogged bowels, gently,
eaeiiy but surely, curiae Constipation.
Biliousness, Sick Headache, Fevers, all
Liver. Kidney and Bowel troobkie. Oniy
2aeatG. C. Blakeiey e drug store. 4
Don't Lot Thaw
Often children are tortored with itch
ing and burning eczema and other skin
diseases but Bucklen's Arnea Salve;
hMll thitravinrM DTniilatnffammBtinfi :
leaves tbr .o w itl.oot a scar. Clean,
- - i . 1 . s
eXln good. Try,:. Cure guaranteed,
Un:y Sc at O. C. Blakelev b drug store. 4
Chane of HtMlquarwrt,
The headanarters of Tha T'- . and
Shaniko stage line is now at the Colum-
bia Hotel, btage leave there for 8ban-
jk0 every morning, except bandar, at 6
o'clock. Passenger rate to Shaniko 2.
jo.tf J. M. Tooxby, Agent.
BuM HmnmD MMMaet tnM ht hM
started a shoe shop in tbe East End,
t to the Skibbe Hotel. All kinds of I
repair work dove in first elan shape at
reasonable price. dlMmo
van had shape. Be says: "I swfiWed
a greet deal with say kllsiyi ami wee
t eaa sated to try Foley's Kidney Care.
I aid so and in foor days I was ante
ge to work again, new I em entirely
I am entirely
wail." Ciarke A Falk.
Bancs, iNtiaifl k flstiria
OAK STREET DOCK,
at 7 A. M.
"OT!. 1 Sl.Ti fl AjOELL
at 7:00 A. XI.
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
W. C. ALLAWAT, General Agent,
The Dalles. Oregon.
fill kinds of
The Dallas, Or.
Purest Liquors for Family Use
Delivered to any part of the City.
PhoBtt' sbiiSi Distance. 173 Second Street
lltMinn UiiwhnflfW. Hi Ihnnr
mm mmm auiui
Hefiiia Wtf APH frtT Sfwai fr-rfltTI nf ell WHn1.
TTUa4rtnwtAlgI tVit Poorl a-oin 11 11
n ftUqttnJtt?r8 IOr J? 060 VXllll Ol pll kin
Headquarters for Rolled Grain, ail kind
Headquarters for Bran. Shorts. TuVu
Headquarters for "Byers' Best" Pendle
ton FlOUr use evarr mumtLllm7iy
We sell oar goods lower thanyBbowea in the trade, nasi if roaoa'Vtnusa
sail and gat oar prwes and ha convinced.
Hichesrt PrioM Pud for Whaat, Barley and Oats.
He ciimia Pacing d,
Fine Lard and Sausages
Carers of BRAND
a)RIFD BEEF. ETC.
New ideas in Wall Paper here. Such
wide variety as we are showing never be
fore graced a single stork. Baal imita
tion cretun effects at ordinary prima
Good papers at cheap paper prices.
Elegant aeaigns, uaterni colorings, yours
for a small price, at oar store on Third
Also a fail line of
D. W. VAUSE, Third St.
Horseshoer and Wagtm-maker.
Axis, Springs sad Blacksmith Supplies
White Collar Una
Tie mwm m
.Portland, The Dalles and
Leaves Portland at 7 a. m. en Tor,
dav, Thursday and Saturday.
Arrives Tbe Dalles, same day, 5 p. m.
Leaves The Dalles at 7 a. m. on Sun
day, Wednesday and Friday.
Arrives Portland, same day, 4 p. m.
Meals tbe Very Best.
This Route has tbe Grandest
Beanie Attractions on Earth.
Str. B A TTiEY-Q ATZERT,
Daily Round Trips except Sunday.
Leave Portland 7 a. m.
Leave Astoria 7 p. a.
Landing and office Foot of Alder
Street; both phones, Main 361, Port
E. W. Cricbton, Agent Portland,
Prather and Barnes, Acta., Hood River,
Wolford A Wyers, Agta.. White Salmon,
J. C. Wyatt, Agent, Vancouver,
A. J. Taylor, Agent Astoria.
R. B. Gilbreth, Agt., Lyle, Wash.
J. M. F1LL00N, Igeit, The Dalles.
M. Z. DON NELL,
Max A. Vogt.
pirst national Bank.
THE PA t. LBS ... OREGON
A Gee era! Banking Baseness transacted
remitted oa dav of
age said on
D. F. Ta
Bo. M. W
W W. WILSUX, Maaagcr.
First-Qass ir; Every Respect.
m?al at ill !?Gurs.
PRIVATE PARTIES SERVED.
The table always MPpiied with the
best in the market.
74 Fsoat St.. near Coort. The Dalies.
B. ' AMPBKLL.
tntxetton. Pi legs aaUsoad aad Wawr hup-
geaSSawert Uel Z
flai tm Waat Rirth and T.I
rae I Apu the laraisss.
tabaoribe far Tax