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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 11 December 1897

I 5 SATURDAY.. DECEMBER 11 1897 ITEMS IN BRIEF. (From Saturday's Daily.) Attorney H. H. Riddell went to Portland today. - Hod. A A. Jayne left yesterday for Willamette Valley. Charles Arnhold came home last night from a trip to Shearman county. n syi 1 rt 1 1 T TT Douthit, of Cross Keys, are in the f ity. .. I . Deputy Sheriff Butts was out in the country yesterday and says he found roads worse than he .erer saw them V before. 'J. 1 A more is on foot at Hood River to J establish a fruit cannery. Such an J enterprise is certainly needed there as well as in The Dalles. JL.The piling, for the new railroad bridg across Chenowlth creek: Is all driven, and work of building trestles will commence at once. . It is stated the O. R. & N. Co. ton templates closing1 its office at Mosier, the receipts from the office at that place - being insufficient to pay the agent's salary. , In Portland yesterday morning Geo. Barrett, a saloon keeper, shot and killed. Frank Williams, a gambler. there ha...

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. — 18 December 1897

OUXTAISBCK. Voll CONSOLIDATED 1882. THE DALLES. OREGON, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 18. 1897 NO 66 XIII ROFESSIONAL. C. HjLLISTISK, Physician and Surgeon, Rami ovar Dill m Ntionl Bnk. Office hours, 10 imt)U n, so J from 8 to 4 p no. Kel denca Wert End of Third gtnet. 8. BEN3KT Attorney at Law Dentist. Rooms 8 9 and 10. Vosrt Block. The Dalles, Or SOCIETIES. mEMPLE LODGE. NO. 3, A. O. V W. I Meets In Keller's Hall every Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. TAS. NESMITH POST, NO. 32 G. A. R. J Meets every Saturday evening at 7:3u in K. of P. Hall. rOVTtT THE DALLES, A. O. B NO. 8630 j Meets evei hall at 8 o'clock. B OFL. E. Meets every Friday afternoon in K. of P. Hall "1TTASCO TRIBE. NO. 16, I. O. R.M Meets VV every Wednesday evening In K, of P HalL V ESANG VEREIN HARMONIE. Meets VT every Sudday evening at Baldwin Opera House, T OP L. P. DIVISION, NO. 197. Meets in X) K. of P. Hall the first and third Wednes day of each month at 7:30 P. M. ITrASCO LOEGE. NO. 15, A. P. & A. M. 11 Meets first ...

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. — 18 December 1897

J SATURDAY.... DECEMBER 18. 1897 1. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY MY ' ' DOUTHIT, Publlhr. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILY OnVa if maul Six Months kna Moonihs , ' ' . WEEKLY ' .ImYar, by nufl feix month.. ......... c.oo s.oo 1.60 J1.S0 7S ' Ail Sabserlption Payable In Advance. "JLET THEM BE PUBLISHED. When the idea was first conceived of pensioning old or disabled soldiers it was the Intention that the pension l'st should be a roll of honor and that pen Bions should be a reward, cheerfully given by a grateful people, to those who offered their lives to save the nation from disunion and became dis abled in the service. But this idea has not been carried out. Designing pension agents have so prostituted the system that the pension list Is no longer a roll of honor, and many a really deserving old soldier is too proud to be classed among the treasury looters and refuses to apply for a pen sion to which he is justly entitled. It is asserted that one-third the pen sions at present are fraudulent and i...

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. — 18 December 1897

TO SUBSCRIBERS- treatment. Mr. Gelberth was severe- 1 ly injured about four days ago, by hav- I menced excavation. for a large addition to the present building. The enlarge- HOC8ERE1SPING ON THI KLONDIKE. Durinf the bast two year3 of I ae a borse slip in the muddy road and I ment is to be placed ou the south side extreme dull times the Times- Mountaineer has been sent reg ularly to a great many who no doubt appreciate the paper, but. ' who have not been called upon for a settlement of their sub- ' scription. During those years we have endeavored to keep the rolling on him. The injuries while being dangerous are. not considered fatal. E. Jacobsea left for Portland on the morning train M. A. Leslie and daughter, of Wasco, came down last night. One vag was up before the recorder this morning and given $10.00. The new chief, F. S. Gunning, took paper going without calling up- I his oath of office this morning, on riPiinnnents. knowing that Farmer Powell and, wife ofPrine u x i . I ville...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 18 December 1897

7 V i SATURDAY.. DECEMBER 18 1897 ITEMS IN BRIEF. (From Saturday. Daily.) ' J.R. Warner, of White Salmon, was In the city today. . a . 4.1 -. T JtV J. M. Lonjr, attorney ior sue, v. v. N. Co.. Is in the city. . Mi. B. S. Miller, of Portland, is vis- V ' - lting Mrs. Dr. Sanders in the city. t Dr. Shackelford, went to Portland 1 this morning, on the delayed train. f Mias If A. Wilke, of Antelope, went f - to Portland this morning, where she I will spend the winter. ' ' E. P. Ash, of the Locks, is in the city, having just returned from a trip to Dawson City, Alaska. -Tom Williams and Wallace Whit moore, two old time traveling men, are registered at the Umatilla. C; A. VanHouten, of the Baldwin i Land and Sheep Co, passed through the city; on his way to Hay Creek. Mrs. Ida May Gillen water, of Post, leaves this evening for Tenessee, where she will visit with her parents. TJ. B. Gaunt, operator of the stage line between this city and Prineville, has placed a number of new wagons on the ...

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. — 25 December 1897

m 67 0USTA.1XB8B. ' Volasae XXXV MeibSODSniSEEB, ' XIII C0NS0LIDATED 1882. THE DALLES. OREGON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 25. 1897 Rv2rE8SIONAl. :PAy8Wtanct Surgeon, . ' Rooms ovr Dalle Hstional Bank. Office horns, 10 - a m t 14 in. nU from i totpm- ! tan t Bnd nf Thlrt -rtrwt. JlMoroey at Law w Booms B 9 and 10. Vogt Block." J1 Dalles. Or. SOCIETIES-' rrtEMPr.E txjdoe. NvS. A. O. U W. 1 Meets In Keller's Hall every Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. TAS. NTSSMITH POST. NO. 32 G. A. It. l Mests every Saturday evening at 7:j0 In K. of P. Hall. - i lOURT THE DALLES. A. O..V. NO. 8SS0 - I J Meets everv Pridav evening at their hall at 8 o'clock. BOF L. E. Meets every Friday afternoon in K. of P.Hall WASCO TRIBE, MO. IS. I. O. R. M Meets every Wednesday evening in K, of P Hal'. GESANG VEREIN HAKMONIE. Meets every Sudday evening at Baldwin Opera House, " ' BOP L. P. DIVISION, NO. 187. Meets In K. of P. Hall the first and third Wednes day of each month at 7:30 P. M. tlTASfOT LOEGE, NO. 15, A. F. &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. — 25 December 1897

IfogRDAY.... DECEMBER 25. 1897 ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY " BY- .' DOOTHIT, Publish-. --VlfB8CBIFTKl! BATES. daily- Ax Yea ,ov Bail . fix Months fen Moonths.. ...... .7, -WEEKLY tme Year, by mail.. j . 6ix months ... .v-?. , . .. !5.00 8.00 1.60 All Subscriptions Payable In Advance. POSTAL BANKS BILL. The Chicago; Record's postal sav ings bank bill was introduced in the house of representatives on .the open ing da; of the congressional session by; Representative jliorimer, the Chicago member'of thJ'iibuse com mittee on postoffices' -and postroads. The biil was referred otfee to the postoiflce committee, according to the usual custom. " It was' introduced in the senate a aay 6ftwo'late'"r,by Sena tor Mason, who is a member of the senate:po3toffice committee. It is up on these committees that attention must center for thevresent.of those in terested in the passage of a law for the establishment) of the postal savings bank system. - The earnest agitation among the people has forced .upon al...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 25 December 1897

1 s V: H - "-- J SATUKUAV. TO SUBSCRIBERS- of 'the wheat manipulations of the white city , a position secured in s months, arid-he controls thirty million DECEMBER 2o, lb97 i dollars already. His syndicalo is buy ?? I ing wheat rijrht and left, and already lias at least 0,000.000 bushels on hand, Letter is the man who says wheat will go to $1 0 a bushel, and of course he will do his best to bring the price up, but the affair is now a gambling one and if the price does go up some, the bolder of wheat had tetter not wait too Ion jf. During the past two years of extreme dull times the Timt-s . Mountaineer has heen sent reg ularly to a great many who no doubt appreciate the paper, but . j. who have not been called upon for a settlement of their sub scription. During those years we have endeavored to keep the paper going without calling up on delinquents, knowing that monev was difficult to get; but now that times have improved we feel that our patrons should not only settle all arrearag...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 25 December 1897

i. H. V gBDAV. DECEMBER 26, lf7 V ITEMS IN BRIEF. . .- HJ (From Saturday's Daily.) ' Harry Oiipin i lu tne city. j. H. Logan lain Portland. j. W. Nolan, of Dufur, is in the citv. - e. e. SaYaze,of Hood Rlver.ls in the i" eiy on business. " - ; - Hon. C. M. Cartwright and wife are up from Portland. . 2 TT. a. Turner, editor of the Dufur ' . ' Dispatch, is in the city. V H. A. Rooper, of Antelope, returned - from Portland last night. Frank Malone, a prominent stock raiser, Is in from Antelope. M. A. Van Gilcen and wife of Moro, arrived on the morning train. Mrs. C. M. Lord went to Portland this morning on the Spokane train Polk Buttler, an old time resident of xViMt-n countr. is in the city from - Nansene. W. G. Espy, a prominent traveling man from San Francisco, is registered . at the Umatilla. " ; Tom McCoy, one of The Dalles lead- ins ton serial artists, has again taken charge of the pepular O. K. shaving parlors. . Mrs. Miller, wife of Sam J. Miller, editor of the Vancouver Indepe...

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. — 1 January 1898

. .. . L - : A, O , : - - .5 . no cr r : -J ,' ' VI? 17 IISTAISEKK, Volume XXXV THE DALLES, OREGON, SATURDAY. JANUARY 1. 189S CONSOLIDATED 1882. MBS-HOCSTA1SBEK. " XIII 3 7-.. ? 1 7 KOFE8SIONA1-. o G. il.l.LialA Physician and Surgeon,. Rooms oror Dulles Sstional Buik. Office hours, 10 m t 12 m, and from J to 4 p m. Resi denes Wait Knrt of Th'id Street, S. BKNNET Attorney at Law yj. tackman Dentist. Rooms 8 9 and 10. Vogt Blojk, The Dalles, Or. SOCIETIES. mEMPLE LODGE. NO. S, A. O. C W. X Meets In Keller's Hall every Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. J AS. NESMITH POST, NO. 32 G. A. R. Meets every Saturday evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall. AfirUT THE T1AI.T.KS. A. O. V. NO. S330- Vj Meets every Friday evening at tieir ball at 8 o'clock. T OPL E. Meets every Friday afternoon in U- or . nail 1T7ASCO TRIBE. NO. 16. I. O. R. M Meets V every Wednesday evening In K, of P Hall. GESANG VEREIN HARMONIE. Meets every Sudday evening at Baldwin Opera House, Ti OF L. F. DIVISION. NO. 1CT. Meets In...

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. — 1 January 1898

1 t r ; ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY BT- DOUTMIT, PubUahM. aVBSOmiFTIOH BAXH. DAILY OuTa ,if mill.... Si Month . ' ktmUaoaOa..,.. ....... WEEKLY 6.00 8.00 .W On H-rna, by nil... tl 60 75 kill All Subscription Payable In Advance. SATURDAY JANUARY 1 1897 A DANGEROUS IS 'CREASE. In every nation snd in every age the concentration of wealth in a few hands has caused the down fall of the nation or the oppression of the masses. For wealth eyer has been and ever will be a power. Wealth will corrupt official?, buy elections and sometimes contami nate courts. When in unscrupulous hands or held by avaricious, grasping TieoDle becomes dangerous. That a maioritv of those who accumulated great wealth are, or become grasping, la not disputed, hence it is to the in terest of the masses that we have fewer millionaires and that wealth be more raaerallv distributed among the people. As a rule our millionaires are not creators of wealth. They are men who by some gocd fortune or by oppressing others have recei...

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. — 1 January 1898

SATURDAY JANUARY 1. 1898 TO SUBSCRIBERS- During the past two years of extreme dull times the Tims - Mountaineer has been sent reg ularly to a great many who nr doubt appreciate the paper, bul who have not been called upoi' for a settlement of their sub scription. During those year? we have endeavored to keep the paper going without calling up on delinquents, knowing that money was difficult to get; but , now that times have improved we feel that our patrons shoul not only settle all arrearages ""but pay their subscription one vear in advance. We have trust ed many of you one and t years, and feel that a return oi trio fmn1iment is due. You are therefore urgently requested to pay up back subscriptions and one year in advance, which- wil entitle you to the Times-Moun taineer and the Webfoot Planter one year as a premium. ITEMS IN BRIEF. From Wednesday's Dally. Thomas Callaghan, of Rutledge, was in the city today. W. D. Carter, the pioneer printer of Portland, died this morning. School...

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. — 1 January 1898

- I i. ' X: t - : - v SATURDAY JANUARY 1, 1898 ITEMS IN BRIEF. IProm Monday's Daily. Levi Clarke, of Mosier, spent Cbrist- mu with bia family in the city. Mr: tnd Mm. George Crossfield, of Wiim, spent Christmas in The Dalles, Sherman Frank, who has been sojourning in Walla Walla for some tine past, is in the city spending the holidays. Dtv Geritrude French, of Portland, V spent Christmas with her parents in the city and returned this morning to : Portland. F, -A. Seufert returned Sunday morninjr from a trip to New York, where he has been the past two or three weeks. There will be a football game played in The Dalles New Years day, between The Dalies team and a team either ' from Goldendale or Portland. About one dozen hobos were rounded in by the city officials yesterday and last night and were sent over the O. R. & N. road on brake beams this morn ing. A man who so forgot himself as to over Indulge in celebrating Christmas, and got into a street fight, paid MO for bis fun when ...

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. — 1 January 1898

THE DALLES TIMES-MOUNTAINEER. 7 Tjje Dalleg TinjEBJonntoineei1. SOUVENIR EDITION. J. A. DOUTHIT, Publisher. Subscription, Daily, one year, $6 00 Subscription, weekly, one year, 1 50 JANUARY 1. 1898. M. T. NOLAN. The present mayor of The Dalles, M. T. Nolan, is emi nently qualified to occupy the highest office within the gift of the people. His capable direction of municipal affairs has clearly proven his executive ability, and it is evident to all that he is the right man in the right place. As a cit izen, Mr. Nolan has shown during his many years of resi dence here that he did not make any error in his judgment of what the future of The Dalles would be when he se lected this city as his permanent home. By dint of en ergy, coupled with an experience born of practical applica tion, he has prospered with the growth of The Dalles, meeting with marked financial success in his business, and wearing now with becoming dignity the highest honors which his fellow citizens have to confer upon...

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. — 1 January 1898

8". THE DALLES TIMES-MOUNTAINEER. :..))S ft;: ; - fx - , . . r : v v s J V . . ... ... 7 .v lisi -Am. - . SMITH FRENCH. The sterling citizen whose every thought is for the good of the community in which he has reared his home and cemented his associations, must always command the res pect and esteem of his fellow citizens. Of such metal and commanding such respect, is he whose name is inscribed above. Mr. Smith French was born in Vermont in 1837, and is virtually a self-educated man, as he lost his parents early in life. He arrived in The Dalles in 1877, and went into merchandising with E. B. McFarland, under the name of McFarland & French, and his business qualifications were such that he was enabled to sell out in 1892 with a competency. He is still, however, largely interested in -, ' t t - .. V " i t. WM. H. BIGGS. other enterprises, being secretary of the Gilman-French Land and Live Stock Company, whose interests are in Gil liam1 and Grant counties, and being heavily stocke...

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. — 1 January 1898

THE DALLES TIMES-MOUNTAINEER. W. L. Bradshaw, Circuit Judge of the Seventh District, was born in Putnam county, Mo., September 28, 1858. His' early youth was spent there, crossing the plains with his parents to Oregon in 18G5. They located in Yamhill county, at Lafayette, where he received his preliminary education. In 1878 ana 1879 he attended the State Agricultural College, and then entered the St. Louis Law School, graduating in 1881, and on his return to Oregon in October of that year, was admitted to the bar. He immediately entered into part nership with his father E. C. Bradshaw, which co-partnership continued until his father moved to The Dalles in Jan uary, 188G. He continued practising alone in Yamhill county till March, 1889, and then removed here opening an office, and practising until May, 1891, when he was appoin ted by Governor Pennoyer to till out the unexpired term of. Judge Bird. At the election of the following year, he was elected for the full term of six years, e...

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. — 1 January 1898

10 THE DALLES TIMES-MOUNTAINEER. A. M. WILLIAMS & CO. The Dalles has cng been recognized as the center of in dustry and commerce in Eastern Oregon. Among the establishments that especially contribute to her promin ence Is that of A. M. Williams & Co., dealers in foreign and domestic dry goods, notions, clothing, hats and caps, furnishing goods and shoes, whose salesrooms are at 154 to 162 Second street. In 1888 this enterprise was inaugur ated and met with immediate success. Each year has seen the trade volume increase and the hold upon public favor grow firmer, until to-day the patronage comes from all parts of the Inland Empire. The premises occupied con sist of a substantial brick building 78x100, two stories high. A representative of the Times-Mountaineer was shown MANUFACTORIES. As yet but little attention has been given to manufac turing in Wasco county, it being confined to a few flouring and lumber mills. This is owing, not to lack of facilities, but to the fact that...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 1 January 1898

THE DALLES TIMES-MOUNTAINEER. 11 r " t . n EXTERIOR OF MAIER & BENTON. In journeying through life we occasionally run across some young men who in business circles have fairly dis tanced competition, endowed with greater advantages per haps, but still lacking some qualification possessed by themselves. This qualification) may be embraced in a single word, ambition! The young men whose names head this sketch are endowed with ambition, coupled with industry, integrity and business sagacity. They are virtually the pioneer grocers of the city, having been in the business continuously since 1888. They commenced in that year in a small way at No. 02 Second street, and from time to time have been forced to seek larger quarters, until to-day they occupy No. 107 Second street, and have 0100 square feet devoted to different lines. In 1891 they bought out the hardware store of A. Bet tingen, Sr., and today carry not only a complete line of fancy and staple groceries, but also shelf hardwar...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 1 January 1898

12 THE DALLES TIMES-MOUNTAINEER. He was a memner of the city council for 3VL- yea re. dur ing which time he secured the respect arid confidence of his fellow councilnien to such au extent that he was ap pointed to his present position, which appointment was re newed again by the present Mayor and Council. He has made a careful and conscientious putyf -.official, serving with great acceptability to the general public. V CIIAS. F. LAUER. DIAMOND ROLLER MILLS. One of the largest business interests of the thriving city of The Dalles, is that of the "Diamond Roller Mills," a fair idea of which may be obtained by glancing at the cut ac-coinpanj-ing this article. Built in 1889 by its present proprietor, Mr. Alouzo H. Cur tiss, with a daily capacity of 125 barrels, he has made a specialty cf fancy flour for retail trade, receiving the highest price paid any mill in Eastern Oregon or Washing ten for his celebrated brand the "Diamond." He also manufactures graham and whole wheat flour, and ge...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 1 January 1898

THE DALLES TIMES-MOUNTAINEER. 13 THE DALLES PUBLIC SCHOOLS. ''- -'"- ; . v ' ' ' ' : - - :y. "' 0 i; ft ! tr COURT. STREET SCHOOL. THE DALLES PUBLIC SCHOOLS. The public school system of The Dalles includes the usual eight grades (or years), comprising the primary and gram mar departments, followed by three years of high school work in mathematics, science, history and English. In the primary and grammar grades, efficient teachers are doing conscientious, faithful work, drilling the children of the city in tne common branches, to the end that in later years those children may become intelligent, self supporting members of the community. The conditions of modern life are such that the parents and state do not discharge their full duty to the rising gen eration by providing for the mere material wTants of shel ter, fcod and clothing, but they should also provide that training of body, morals and mind necessary for the com plex twentieth century civilization which the children of the pr...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
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