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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 10 October 1896

CM ...OOiUdeictltf. lodu ITEMS IN BRIEF. From Saturdays Dolly. V; W. C. Rupert went to Lyle today. ; Mrs. E. Lu Smith, of Hood River, is in the city. . On. Johnston, of Dufur, was in tl e city last night. If TT OUSwman vanf til Pnrt- land this moraine. Will Van Bibber went to Portland on the afternoon train. , John Gray, contractor at Warm Springs, returned last night from Port- land. v"- Mm rTf. TVinAvan. who has beep cade Locks today. Mrs. Sam. Wilkinson was a passen ger on the Regulator this morning et route to Portland. Henry Boyen went to While Salmon this morning to receive a lot of cattlt for the Oregon market. Mrs. F. T. Samnson and daughter. Miss Florence, went to Portland today . to attend the exposition. Now is the time to buy. The lock ' will be ooen this fall and everything indicates a boom in the spring. The funeral of the late Mrs. C. A, Bell, wno diea in foruana yeswsrimjr took place at Hood River today. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Maling, of Prine- ville, arrived in the city...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 17 October 1896

-la forllul Library CI) THE DALI.EP. OKEOON. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 17, IK96 NO 6 m CONSOLIDATED 1882 ROHCSSIO.NAL. o O II I.U 31' II. Physician and -i'ryeon, Rww ovflr IKiIcs ttio U.nk '15 amt'lim ml ir..ii ! t 4 a iu. lencd Vj t B-vl r.f '"htril trwut. A. 8. B .LT Attorney at Law Ollce ir bun buinitlag, uptaf Oregon IJUKOB M'NErEr, Attorneys at Law The Dill. Room 42 and 43 Chapman Block, The lk:t. Ut. SOCIETIES. fTEMPLE r.OnOR. NO. 3. A.' O. TJ W.- J Meets In Keller- Hall every Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. TAS. NP.SM1TH POST. NO. 32 O. A. R O Meets every Saturday evening at 7:30 in &.oir. nan. COURT THE DALLES, A. O. F. NO. ,8630 Meets every Friday evening at their hall at 8 o'clock. ' T OF L. E. Meets every Friday afternoon in K. of P. Hall TITASCO TRIBE, NO. 16, I. O. R.M. Meets YV every Wednesday evening in K, of F Hall. n ESANG VEREIN HARMONIE. Meets JX every Sadday evening at Baldwin opera uouse. BOF L. F. DIVISION, NO. 187. Meets In K. of P. Hall the first and third Wedn...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 17 October 1896

TS5UF.D EVERY SATURDAY -BY- .. a. DOOTHIT, Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. . DAILY One Year, by mail S x Months. ...... Tores Moonlh , WEEKLY One Year, by mail........ . t.w JI.'.O 75 Six months... .. " -All Subscriptions Payable In Advance. i" SATURDAY..:... OCTOBER 17, 1896 IT STANDS FOR GOLD. Pre-eminently above all other re publicans in the state of Oregon stand Hp a. George H. Williams, who ad dressed the people of The Dalles last o. :.. and frnm his liCS : kJOLU L UUJ v(iuug .. - - A nrt rlnubb did receive - a true and correct interpretation of - the republican national platform. His . interpretation of its planK on tne money question was evidently a dis appointment to the many advocates of " silver in. the republican party, who were - led by Senator Mitchell to believe that it meant the free coinage ' of silver at an early date, for Mr. Wil liams' address was confined to depict ing the beauties' of the single gold standard, ana not as tno national ymi, 4mm r.t iQr Viarl it. "t...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 17 October 1896

1 SATURDAY . ... . .OCTOBER 17, 1896 . ' ; ; . ' ITEMS IN BRIEF. . Prom Wednesday' ally. ; R. C. Craven, the leading merchant of oro, Is in the city. "Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Norval, of Tygh Valley, were in the city today. m- riA Mra. H. HerbriDS went to Portland on the afternoon train. Mr. and Mrs. C. VT. Myers went to Portland today for a week's visit. W. A. Campbell has gone to Salem -' to spend a week in the capital city, Mrs. J. B. Condon went to Portland this afternoon for a few day s visit. Judge Bennett left this morning for Dayton, Wash., where he goes to at tend court. All members of the Bryan club are requested to attend the meeting at the . Baldwin tonight. Mirch and family have moved from John Day to The Dalles : and will make this their future home, " The trrand lodee. K. of P. convened in Portland yesterday. Suprem Chancellor Colerove was in attend ance. ' Speaker Read is coming to thi . pnnat. in famnaip-n for McKinley. His first speach will be at Los Angeles on . Oct. 27. ...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 17 October 1896

r.xx. .OCT BE; 1., IS96 ITEMS IN BRIEF. J (From Saturday's Daily.) Frod. Wilaou rotxrjed last night tun a visit to Salem. J. N. Teal, a prominent attorney cf -Portland is' in the city. Tjlhl. nierlit Tom Glavey shipped a car load of hogs to Troutdale. Mrs. Thornton returned to her home at White Salmon this morning. -.- This morning Hngh Gourlay went to - Lyle. where he speaks this evening. It Is expected that the distillery at " Grants will be started up about Nov. 1 - Tonight Frank-Fulton of Biggs, will ship four car loads cf cattle- to Trout- dale. ' 'I : Mrs. t Campion and Mrs. Mason re turned to Portland on the Regulator today '" - Mrs. Robert Densmore, who has been ' . visiting in the city, left this morning " "-" for her home at Mosier. - Mrs, Beck, I. C. Niokelsen and fam. - ily and Mrs. Leiblein of Kingsley, went to Portland on this morning's train. . Mr. W. S. Cooper, of Grants, and Miss-Kate Murphy, of Independence, will be married in this city this even in. ' ' .; 1 ' Jud...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 24 October 1896

-,--v. ,-i WT IKK J v.. aoae XXXT CONSOLIDATED 1882.' I HE DA LI FS. OREGON, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 24, 1896. NO 7 , ROFES8IONAL. O c. o.ji.',.srtiK, Phyxician and Surgeon, Room) orcf-Dalles National Bank. Office noora, 10 t.gtifiD, fto-1 rroin I w IP m. luai i 'CO We t Bud of Third timet, i , -- " .'."'A a. b..i -'ir4-' . " Attorney, at Law . ' i i" i? . " Oiflee ir Sa.lnn Vi lum.dini "upt lra The Dalles . i-ore.ion. v rVUETK MEKEr'EF, i -ir: -: 4 -: 7 r. Attorneys at Law r Roms43and 43 Chapman Block, The Unl!a. Or.. SOCIETIES. n TEMPLE LODGE, NO. 3.. A. O. .Meets in Keller's Hall ev-r evening at 730 o'clock. V t W. 'ITiursrtay J AS. NE SMITH POST. NO. S3 O. A, R. ' Meets every Saturday -evening at.7:3t in : K. of P. Hall. COURT THE DALLES. A. O. F. NO. Meets every Friday evening at their hall at 8 o'clock. - ; T5 OFL.E. Meets every Fdgay nfternopo 1 m a. ui ziaii attasco tribe! no. IS. I. O. R. M. Meets tt every Wednesday evening. in K, of P Hall. GESANG VEREIN HARMONIE. Meets every Su...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 24 October 1896

ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY ' .. BY A. DOUTHIT, Publilher. 8UBSCIUPTION BATES. -, DAILY One Yci mail f'00 Six Months . 3.C0 Three Moooibi l.W WEEKLY Ime Year, by mail.. Six months.. ... ,v. 75 All Subscriptions Payable In Advance. -SATURDAY. .OCTOBER 24," 18W5 MONOPOLY'S GREED. The rise in the price of wheat will result in little profit to the Willamette ; valley, since the Southern Pacific Co., . which has a monopoly of the carrying trade in that valley at this season of the year, when the water of the Wil lamette "jiver' ig too" low to admit-of " river transportation, has -fixed a tar ill on wheat that eats tip the rise. The Eusjene Guard gives the following as " - 4 "the new wheat schedule that lias been issued by the Southern Pacific to take '.- effect on Ost. 20. per hundred pounds from Lane county points to Portland : f J f - - u OldRate. New. " Junction City.. i.... 8V IrTinW-.: 9 - Eugene................... 10 Henderson..;.....-.....,. 10 .. Goshen.... ....10 CreswelL ....... 11 W...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 24 October 1896

SATURDAY . ... .OCTOBER 24. 1896 ITEMS IN BRIEF. : From Wednesday's Dally. Hon. F. X. Schoonmaker took morning's train for Portland. this Wm. Staata, of Dufur, is in tho city toaay; uesiiju"" "iu 6""" - . jority to Bryan this election. -' John Dethmau, Bert Diamond. A. R. . Rvrlratt and A. H. Jewett, of White Salmon, were in the city last night Messrs. .E. C. Kirkpatrick, W. R. Craven and C. Si Grant, all of Dallas, are visitini? in the city. Mr. Grant ' was former postmaster of Dallas. On Friday night of last week a Bryan club was organized at Wamic with 40 members. S. B. Driver was 'elected Dresident and . Frank Wood cock secretary. . A large flock of genuine old porkers, - belonging to Mr. Laughlin of Wapml tia. : arrived at the 9tockyards this -- morning and was shipped to the Union - Meat Co. at Troutdale. The McKinley rally at the Vogt last . night presented very much the appear ance of a Sunday schoo, gatherin since about "half the audience was com- .' posed of ladies and chi...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 24 October 1896

SATURDAY OCTOBER 24, 1806 VlTEMS f IN BRIEFi j i ; (From Saturday's Dally.) . ' Sam Wilkinson went to Portland to - ' A. Winans returned to Hood River today, - Joe Silvia went to Lyle on the boat this morning. Mr. and Mrs. Toner went to Portland this afternoon "Elder Jenkina went to Hood River on the 1 o'clock tram 4.---W. C. Williams, postmaster at Mora, waa in the city last night. v.loday license to wed were issued to Mr. Wo. Turner and Mrs. Emma Sykes Turner. ; . r-Ji-R. Warner came up on tho Regu lator yesterday and returned to White Salmon this morning, jJJeter Cordin, of Hood River.' came titron the local today and returned borne on the afternoon train. !H. S. Turner, editor of the Dufur Dispatch, went to Portland today to spend a few days in the metropolis, "-Fred Van Nbrdenwent to -Hood River this afternoon to meet Mrs. Van KJirdea who is returning from a visit " trCalif ornia, Xast night three horses from Sa.lqm arrived on the Regulator to participate in the races. 'They we...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 28 October 1896

Supplement RISES WHEAT WHY WHILE SILVER FALLS LIARS MAY FIGURE, BUT FIGURES WON'T LIE. rib TI1E DALLES CHRONICLE. HEDVESniY OCTOHKR SX. 1SSMI. J 1 WHY BUSINESS SUSPENDED. A Bltof History Wh'.ch Will Interest Er ry WorklDcnun. Workingmen who are wondering why the factories of the country are furnish ing so Itti pmeolelmyatne B-i-' agsaisa tag so little employment and paying such low wages will, perhaps, be interested in the following table which shows the val ue of certain lines of manufactured goods Imported into the United States during the first year of the Wilson law. com THired wirh the nuotations in the last year of the McKinley law. It .will be J seen tnat in every case the importations . increased enormously, and when it is re membered that all of these goods are of . a class that can be manufactured freely In the United States, it will not be sur prising that the factories of this country nave been compelled to close down or reduce the wages paid to their employes. A compari...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 28 October 1896

l2J ONE DAY AT CANTON, Forty Delegations with Fony Special Trains Meet at the Home of Major McKinley. PRONOUNCED "THE GREATEST EVENT IN POLITICAL HISTORY" Eleven States and Three National Organizations Scud Greetings to the Republican Candidate. Uountless Thousands Throng the Streets of Canton and Listen to His Words of Patriotism. Canton. O.. Oct. 10. "The proa test political demonstration ever known" was the verdict of the veteran observers of the events which occurred here today. For weeks there has not been a day, except the Sabbath, in which Maj. Mo Kinlev has not been greeted by numer ous delegations, but today was the great est of them all. . Before daylight the special trains bear ing delegations of voters from both the old political parties began rolling into the denot. and ns early as 8 o clock the impatient visitors began forming in line to march to the modest home which is now the Mecca for citizens of all states and sections, and for men of all past party affiliations. ...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 31 October 1896

roiUaua Library I? 1 -: 4 CiJ T Xl uTlWNSOLID.VTED 182. THE DALLES. OttEGON. SATURDAY. OCTOBER SI. IS96 NO S 4i:! 8Wfc& WVSr ft g$ iffc i ROrkXMOAl PUgticiam ami Sryctmt S -a r? ftha Sawal Risk. lrca aw, I alls. a erra f a at. Attorney cl Law , yiarr TWMn D Attorney c.t Lnw HE.lt UVWJR SV S. A. O. C W I Mrs-t In KrJrr't llaU twrf Tiorxu) -I! 1 Mains' a T . S ctarc TAS. NKSVtTM POST. N W U. A. !r(riTJ Saturday TraiB at kxr. hu. OCHRT THK PALI . A O F NIK mtt ivar ceainx as. 111 el attack. Utr" U. F. -Vrrta every Friday aTterauoa lili.(P. Ld l?sro tr:wk. v . I v r. m -Meets M every KMhm; Ttaim la K. of Ball. VKKKIN HAR3WOXIK. Meets imj Swdii veaia al UaMvia lijsra T 1 K .IP. taj at carte si am ) third W ltu;jil,.. U A.s V, LOKUR. NO IV A. F A A Jm an aad Uurd koaday W M. stk at a 1. M. rrUIK DALI.KS ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER 1 NU ft Mrrtj. ia Alaxmie HU tbe Uun) Wwlainlif at rack cmU urP.N. "OLrWBIA UOPOK. NVV A. I. O. O F VV Meetaewv Friday rmiuali dSa'clork. UK.or. Mali- earner mt mm a...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 31 October 1896

21 ISSUEO EVERY SATURDAY BY A- DOUTHIT,Publihr. SCBSOBHTION BATES. " J DAILY OnYa.riun f6.00 Six Months S.GO Three Moon tin 1.60 WEEKLY , Ime Year, by mail.... fl.KO Six months.,.. 79 . All Subscriptions Fayabls In Adrance. SATURDAY OCTOBER 31, 1896 A CAMPAIGN FAKE. The thinest argument that has thna far been offered by the gold-standard ' orators and press is that the United States ia at present coining immense quantities of silver, and is thus doing . all that is possible for the white metal ' It is indeed true that the mints are at present, and have been for some months past, coining a large number of standard silver dollars, but this coinage of silver does not add one cent to the circulating medium of the country, nor does it create a demand for the white metal, since for every 371i grains of pure silver that is now ' being coined, there is one dollar of silver certificates out standing, and the onlv possible method by which : these new coins can be got into circa lation is by s...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 31 October 1896

SATURDAY OCTOBER 31, 1896 ITEMS. IN BRIEF. . From Wednesday's Daily. The west-bound overland was three koura late in arriving here this morn - insr, caused by delays in Idaho. Fred. D. Hill returned on yester day's stage for Prineville, where he had been attending circuit court. This office is tinder obligations to Capt. and Mrs. McNulty for a box of fine pears raised on their farm near ; Mosier. ' The fat gobblers and big squashes that are exhibited at Butts' market are enough to give the daintiest dyspeptic an appetite. A. J. Brigham, of Dufur, went to Hood River this afternoon, and will deliver a speech at that place for Bryan and silver tonight. Mrs. W. T. Palmer, of Portland, who has been visiting Rev. and Mrs. W. C. Curtis in this city, left on tho boat this morning for her home. Three car loads of cattle belonging to M. Keys, arrived last night from Arlington and were taken off at Salf- . marshe & Co's. yard and fed, and shipped on the 1 o'clock train to Trout dale. Hon. ...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 31 October 1896

SATURDAY.-,... OCTOBER 31. 189C ITEMS IN BRIEF. (From Saturilisy's Daily.) Randall Barrett is up from Cascade Locks, to the fair. ' .The attendance at the pavillion last night wa3 very large. ; D. J. Davenport and daughter re turned today to their home at Mosier. Mrs. W. H. Bigrgs and Mrs. Mary S. Myers went to Hood River today on a visit to Mrs E. L. Smith. C. M. Watford and wife have been . attending the fair in this city, and re turped today to their home in Hood River. Howard Isenberg and Geo. Rich re turned to Hood on the Regulator thin morning, after spending two days at the fair, " J. H. Eckley, who has been visiting his sister, Mrs. M. Parkins, in this city the past year, left this morning for San Francisco. - Mrs. A. G. Hall returned today to her home at Cascade Locks after spend ing a few days in the city visiting her daughter, Mrs. Andrews. , Gus Caspary, of Haystack, who re cently bound over to the grand jury on a charge ot horsestealing, was fully exonerated by the gran...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 7 November 1896

PorM&nl Library Li 3 C0NS0LIDATED 1882. NOVUM IV H7. i'6 NO 9 KOFES8IONAl o Physician and-Surgeon, Boom ovor Dalles Sioiwl Hunk. ilBce hour l,Bt 12 m, ma t iron S to 4 p m. Kei- A 8. B-.KC Attorney at Law Ofles Ir Schawl bunding, ;up-Ufr The Dall Urefron. JDFCR ft liENEfEE, Attorneys at Lata Rooms 42 and 43 Chapman Rlk, T'l SOCIETIES. fTEMPLE IX) DOE. NO. 3. A. O. C V. I Meets in Keller's Hall every Tiiursd. evening at 730 o'clock. J AS. NESMITH POST, NO 32 G. A. K Meets every Saturday evening at 7:3" ' K. of P. HalL lOURT THE DALLES. A. O. P. NO. W- J Meets every Friday evening at tiic nau at 8 ociock. B OF L. E. Meets every Friday afternoon in K. of p. Hall w ASnO TRTRE. NO. lfl. I. O. R. M. Ml-et.- every wednesoay evening in tL, oj i- HalL ESANG VEREI HARMONTE. Metk VX every Sndday evening at Baldwin Opera uouoe, . T OPLF. DIVISION, NO. 167. Meets in 1 1 J K. of P. Hall tbe first and tnira weanes- i day of eacn month at 7:3U P. M. MTASCO LOEGE, NO. 15, A. F. & A. M. IT Me...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 7 November 1896

TSSUITO EVERY SATURDAY ' ' BY A- DOUTMIT, Publttr. SVBS0BIPTIOX BATES. DAILY . One Yea , y mil.. 6.00 Six Months 8. CO Three Moomlu 1.S0 WEEKLY . Ime Year, hy mail.. 1.W :. Si&moiiih..... 75 All Subscriptions Payable In Advance. 8ATURDAY OCTOBER 31, 1896 aJ, open- bites. . . The hope ot Eastern Oregon ha at , last been realized. The great locks at the Casoades of the Columbia are com Dieted, and from this point we hare an open river to the sea. , The commerce "ot the world can now reach us. The . Dalles Is the bead of navigation on the Columbia river, bence must take prece. . dence over all other points east of the Cascade mountains in commercial im- porta nee until further improvements are made so that boats can pass around the Colello falls. This we trust will be speedily accomplished, so that all .sections to the east may use this great waterway to convey their products ' even from the Rocky mountains to the . Pacific .ocean. . Nature gave this great waterway to the people, a...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 7 November 1896

V. 1 SATURDAY. -...NOVEMBER 7. 1896 ITEMS IN BRIEF. From Wednesday's Dally. A jrand raiing season will begin at Prineyilie next Wednesday, ftov. Jl The Chronicle deserves credit for having got out a morning extra giving the election returns up to. 3 o'clock: this morning. Henry Phirman left for points in - Klickitat connty this mornlny, wh re he goes to buy cattle for the Columbia Packing Co. The -people of Nausene could not - agree upon the location of the poll?, hence they all weutto Dufur yesterday -' and voted. There will bo no further need for street sprinklers in The Dalles, nature having supplied satHcior-t moisture to lay the dust. It Is reported on the streets today that wool has advanced to 10 cents a ' pound. Whether there Is any truth in the report lacks confirmation Tho steamer Sarah Dixon will be " here tomorrow with a load of exeur sioniats from Portland. The Company having- made the fare SI. 00 for the round trip. Mark and ' William will run the ' United States the n...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 7 November 1896

ImCr SATURDAY NOVEMBER 7. 1896 . ; , ITEMS liM uauzx: Z - (From Saturdays Dally. V " ' The Misses McNulty went to Hosier on the Regulator this morning. j Joe Hinkle, of Prineville, was in the - city last night en route to Portland This afternoon Dr. Hollister was called to Moro. He will return tonight. . And even Congressman Hermann had tha "audacity" to try to hold an audience until 11 o'clock at nigbt. Mrs. Meyers, who has bem visiting ;,' Mp. and Mrs. Andrew Keller, left this morning for her home in Portland " Rev. I. D." Driver arrived on the s Itwtal fmm Pr.t 1 a n H tnHair. He went . to Dufur to make a speech for MeKin - ley. weDioob nas oeeu mvuicu w""u abundant rain, and the farmers have "' hpcrnn nlnwinp. creDaratory to fall . seeding. The Times Mountaineer figures - that Brvan will have 256 of the . elec toral vote. Watch the returns and see if its nredictions are not about right. - Wasco county now has something to be thankful for. The rain last night and the night before...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 14 November 1896

- ftJt S li gf y wiw mm II P N 1 m Si I P iSSL OWTtlSKRH, VdiBeXXXV Consolidated 1882. THE DALLES, OREGON, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 11. 18 NO 10 rofessiunai4. C. HoLLlSTliU, Physician and Surgeon, Room ovur D-Ules Nttiorral B-nk. Office hours, tutilim, and Iruio to 4 pm. Iteal dencs Wo-t End of Third Street, A. S. BitfttKr Attorney at Law Offlce ir 9chnnos buinding, upstafrs The Dalles Oregon. D VtVB. s MENEFEE, Attorneys at Law Room, 42 ud 43 Chapman Block, The Dalle, Ore. SOCIETIES. rnt.rtr.Ti! liinnv MO a. A. O. TJ W. 1 Meets la Keller's Hall every Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. TAS. NESMITH POST, NO. 33 Q. A. R. O Meets every Saturday evening .at 7:i in tL. oi r. mm. CIOURT THE DALLES, A. O. P. NO. 8(530 J Meets everv Friday evening at their hall at 8 o'clock. B OF L. E. Meets every Friday afternoon ASCO TFI3E, NO. 16, I. O. R.M. Meets every Wednesday evening m a, m r Hall. Jf every Sudday evening at Baldwin Opera couse, . - - T OF L. P. DIVISION, NO. 167. Meets In ; JO K. of P. Ha...

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