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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 1 January 1898

14 THE DALLES TIMES-MOUNTAINEER. J. M. J. M. FILLOON & CO.'S IMPLEMENT STORE. Filloon Is one of the promising young business men of The Dalles, and laboring under the misfortune of a total loss by fire some few years ago, it is doubly to his credit, that he is again to the front in his line here. Mr. Filloon was born in Iowa in 1SG1, and was educated at the public schools. Coming to Goldendale, Wash., in 1883, he stayed there about four years, serving as deputy county auditor. On his arrival here in 1887, he in connec tion with his brother, G. W., established the firm of Filloon Bros., dealers in agricultural implements. In 1891 they were completely burned out, losing not only their stock of goods, but both of their residences, and their contents. After the tire his brother retired, and he has continued under the style of J. M. Filloon & Co., carrying McCormack harvesting machines, Mitchell wagons and buggies, Mc Sherry grain drills, Benecia and Syracuse plows and Pitt's Dis...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 1 January 1898

THE DALLES TIMES-MOUNTAINEER. 15 i, ... t ,-- 0 - SSJ: Few professional men in The Dalles can point to a more successful career than can Dr. S. II. Frazier, whose com fortable and cosy dental parlors are located in the Chap man block. Dr. Frazier was born near Richmond, Va., in 1864. Moving to Kentucky at the age of ten, with his par ents, he attended the public schools of Johnson- county, and later taught school there for two years. He then moved to Fort Scott, Kansas, and graduated at the Kansas Normal located there He then began the study of dentistry, ana later attended the Kansas City Dental College. Coming West he spent two years in South Bend, Wash., and then moved to Portland where he was connected professionally with Dr. Welsh. In June, 1895, he located in The Dalles, and since his- arrival here his practice has been, all he could wish for. Starting in well it has grown steadily, until now he as all he can attend to. His office Is well equipped, and every kind of work turne...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 1 January 1898

10 THE DALLES TIMES-MOUNTAINEER. J. T. PETERS & CO.'S STORE. J. T. PETERS & CO. Mr. Peters came to The Dalles from Baltimore, Mary land, in 1878, Having been born at the latter city, just prior to the civil war, and there held an important clerkship with a large wholesale business house for five years, where efficiency and careful habits were rigidly required. On arrival at The Dalles he found a position in a lum ber yard, and although having no previous knowledge of the lumber business, readily adapted himself to new con ditions, and was soon given entire charge of the business, which was an agency for the sale of lumber from a large saw mill. Within something over a year he bought out his employ er's office and agency, and began handling the lumber on commission, this was the start of what is now recognized as a business of considerable importance, the largest of its kind within the several counties adjacent to The Dalles. Mr. Peters is spoken of as having considerable abi...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 1 January 1898

THE DALLES TIMES-MOUNTAINEER 17 SOME TYPES OF HOMES IN THE DALLES. . i m . i : i r: .;liip5l31Pfif ra'M)T isiiiiS P i . iiiiiiii ini residence of george ruch. - " - 'fSjrTl RESILENCE OF F. II. ROWE. kr i f,r U;WIU - iA,'$vVl C i --v---i JTr-S & Jfr J L--S FRENCH. liiTS ' ' " - 35 O. Jlecor ; PIONBKR BAKERY, ALSO ALL KINDS OF Staple and Fancy Groceries, GEO. RUCH Pioneer Grocer Second and Washington Sts.,' The Dau.es ft C. E. BAYARD, REAL ESTATE tP INSURANCE AGENT FOR Tie Concordia Loan and Trust Co. KANSAS CITY, MO. THE DAISES, OR. v RESIDENCE OF C. E. BAYARD.

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 1 January 1898

18 THE DALLES TIMES-MOUNTAINEER. ROWE & CO. Rowe & Co., dealers in lumber and building material, are agents for the Rowe Lumber and Manufacturing Company, incorporarted, whose mill is at Lyle, Klickitat county, Washington. It has a capacity of 15 to 20 thousand feet daily, and they have a box factory and planing mill in con nection with it. The lumber they manufacture is of a yel low pine, pinus ponderosa, being especially adapted for sash and doors, and natural wood interior finish, and they receive orders for it from Portland, San Francisco and the East. They have the only mill on the Pacific Coast where deep water vessels can load lumber of this nature at the mill, the logs being floated to the Columbia river from an elevation of 3000 feet. Mr. Fred. H. Rowe, president of the Rowe Lumber & Manufacturing Company, was born in England in 1855, and received his education there. He came to the United States in 1871, and passed some time in Iowa, Colorado, California and Id...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 1 January 1898

19 The Dalles. Portland and Astoria Navigation Company. THE DALLES TIMES-MOUNTAINEER. .4 r ; : ! PASSING THROUGH CASCADE LOCKS. THE DALLES, PORTLAND & ASTORIA NAVIGATION COMPANY, Popularly known as the Regulator Line, was established in 1890, in response to a demand for transportation favor sup plied to passenger and freight traffic from no other source. It was organized and has since been continuously directed by prominent men of stalwart business character, whose in terests were then, are now, and ever will be, identical with those of the people whom their enterprise was designed to favor with accommodations desired. Ini hearty sympathy with those interests it has since leen most consistently con ducted, and is to-day the chief factor in their promotion. It has succeeded in the face of the most violent opposition from many sources, and has built up a magnificent busi ness by aiding largely in the development of the vast re sources of the country tributary to the great water co...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 1 January 1898

20 THE DALLES TIMES-MOUNTAINEER. PEASE & MAYS. The foundation of this firm was laid in 18G2, when D. M., J. W. and J. M. French became associated with G. B. Gil man, and as French & Gilman opened a store on Main street, near Court. The year following they removed to the stone building, northeast corner of Second and Wash ington streets. At this time The Dalles was the commercial center of a vast scope of country, Western, Montana, Idaho, Eastern Washington, parts of British Columbia, all of Eastern Ore gon, were tributary and The Dalles supplied the goods for this Inland Empire. The business of this firm grew rap idly, and in 18G8 exceeded half a million dollars. D. M. and J. W. French, in 1868, bought the interests of the others and this marks the commencement of the well known firm of French & Co. This firm, perhaps as well known as any in the Pacific northwest, enjoyed trade ex tending over what is no wseveral states. In. business be fore the .advent of the railroad, ...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 1 January 1898

THE DALLES TIMES-MOUNTAINEER. 21 GROCERY DEPARTMENT. ance of the grocery trade of The Dalles, this enables them As they do considerable jobbing, a large percentage of to secure Prices impossible to other merchants not having their stock for this department is purchased direct from.. .-this large outlet for merchandise, and allows them to make brokers representing the different manufactures staple such low prices to their customers that they have often groceries in car lots they are thus placed on an equality!1 been accused of selling at actual cost or below when it has with Portland wholesale grocers. Their inward tonnage inf.been their superior purchasing facilities that have made this department exceeds the combined tonnage of the bal- jUthese prices possible. pr ""7 jfe I m r 1 wgjSrffg - . a - jl feyj SHOE DEPARTMENT. GROCERY DEPARTMENT. '- .. , . '(,"- - " . "i . - . ... i-. .- . ' I rtrv - -Ef- zr-r t ! fwl - ACJRICUTrURAL IMPLEMENT WAREHOUSE. ; - - Tmr mrnmr-rr ,.Tr.- F.rlMw1...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 1 January 1898

22 THE DALLES TIMES-MOUNTAINEER. .... . I v - ' TrV ' " y o . . .. . . .-.- ! L. E. CROWE. GRANT MAYS. awwwiflaww c.pr.:wwffMP JtMaww1"" 1 H) v& tli -I'GfaJW 4xHv HARDWARE AND STOVE DEPARTMENT. RANGES AND HOUSE MAYS & CROWE. What Wendell Phillips said of great political institutions , is also true of great business enterprises: "They are not made; they grow." This saying finds ample and fitting illustration in the large business establishment, owned by the well-known firm of Mays & Crowe. In the spring of 1891 they bought out the hardware estab lishment of Abrams & Stewart, but were burnt out in the .large fire of that year. They then purchased the stock of Fish & Barden, and continued doing business in their loca tion until the erection- of their present quarters, when mov ing their stock there, began adding to it from time to time to correspond with their increasing trade. Their building has a frontage of 116 feet, and a depth of 100, and they also hare two war...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 1 January 1898

THE DALLES TIMES-MOUNTAINEER. 23 FRUIT DRYER, JOEL TV. KOONTZ. JOEL W. KOONTZ. Joel W. Koontz was born on a farm near Charleston, Coles county, Illinois, in 1856. His early life was spent in securing an education and working on the home place. Marrying Miss Callie Girard, of Butler county, Ohio, in 18S0, and being impressed with the possibilities of the far west, he made a novel wedding tour, crossing the plains with a mule team, and arriving in Wasco county, Oregon, in 1881. Buying the upper Thompson place of 160 acres on Five Mile Creek, he has improved it to such an extent tnat today it is one of the best ranches in the county. He is a life long Republican, and has acceptably filled the offices of school director and county assessor. Noticing the great amount of fruit being wasted in this locality, and having considerable public enterprise, he en tered into a copartnership some three years ago and erec ted a large fruit dryer and evaporator near the fair grounds, an illustration ...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 1 January 1898

THE DALLES TIMES-MOUNTAINEER. 24 ; t hJIM 'it-1 - Hm COLUMBIA PACKING COMPANY COLUMBIA PACKING COMPANY. A partial idea of the size of this establishment can be , gained from the cut of their place of business, which we present in these columns. They do both a retail and whole sale business, being jobbers of smoked meats and pure kettle rendereu lard, and shippers of dressed meats. Their trade extends through Wasco, Sherman and CrooK counties, and at times to Pendleton and Walla Walla. E. C. Phir man is treasurer and also manager of the company, while C. T. Bonney has charge of the Hood River branch. Both of these gentlemen, by fair and courteous treatment, have gained the respect and confidence of their customers. C. C. COOPER. A general idea of the harness establishment of C. C. Cooper can, be gained from the cut we display of the inter ior of it. A year and a half ago, he bought out the well established business of Rupert & Gabel, and continues at their old stand, across from ...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 1 January 1898

THE DALLES TIMES-MOUNTAINEER. 25 r&ns IPSilSf lpy inwmwi BLAKELEY & HOUGHTON'S RETA IL DEPARTMENT. BLAKELY & HOUGHTON. The largest establishment of the kind in Eastern Oregon, and virtually among the three largest in the state, is the drag house of Blakeley & Houghton. They carry a complete line of everything pertaining to the drug trade, and do both a wholesale and retail business. The interior views we present of their store, will give you, perhaps, an idea of the stock they carry. Being in a position to buy direct from the manufacturer, their aim has been to give the public the benefit, and that their efforts are appreciated is clearly shown by the trade they enjoy. Geo. C. Blakely, the senior member of the firm, is a drug gist with twenty-two years experience. He is at present a member of the State Board of Pharmacy, and is a past pre sident of the Oregon Pharmaceutical Association, and it is largely due to his efforts that Oregon has its present effi cient pharm...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 1 January 1898

2(5 THE DALLES TIMES-MOUNTAINEER. dtp WtDlft 1 fir fl fcW:Taaeca-U-i-..i-iPii a-jfi in ?-M,.l.l'lfftViM'Wwiiaili -2 METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. THE LUTHERAN CHURCH. The Rev. Louis Gustav Grey, now pastor of "Zion Evan gelical Lutheran Church, at The Dalles, Or., is a native of this country, born at Mendota, Illinois, in the year of our Lord, 1868. Louis Gustav Grey spent the early years of his life on farm, and it was the hope of his parents to make a successful farmer of him, but his natural inclination ran in different channels, he took little interest in farming, but found great pleasure in books and papers. Prompted by this his parents decided to give him an education, so he he could select a professional calling. Being strict Luther ans themselves, they naturally sent their son to Lutheran schools, where the foundation of his education was laid. Already at an early age Louis Gustav Grey decided to se lect the ministry of the Gospel as his vocation for life, and as a boy, found ...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 1 January 1898

THE DALLES TIMES-MOUNTAINEER. 27 :' I ' t .. .. --.'J SEUFERT BROTHERS COMPANY. Of the different enterprises that have been instrumental in bringing about The Dalles' prominence in the commer cial world, none have played a more important part than the above-named firm. The development of this enter prise has been phenomenal. Each year has seen it make progressive strides to the fore, each year has seen its trade limits broaden, its trade connections grow stronger, until to-day it is known and carries on business in two conti nents. Their plant consists of over two thousand acres of land, about 2V2 miles from town, including six miles of river front. On this are located their two canneries, and tueir orchard of 160 acres of peach, cherry, plum and apricot trees.They employ about 150 men during the sea son and pack as high as thirty-five thousand cases. In addition to this they also freeze a great many fish, send ing them in carload lots to New York, for foreign shipment, having two h...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 1 January 1898

28 THE DALLES TIMES-MOUNTAINEER. mained thus at a standstill until in 1872, A. J. and E. B. Dufur purchased the farm there and engaged in stock raising. They took up adjoining lands, imported a large number of tnoroughbred sheep, and engaged in sheep rais ing on a large scale. Gradually the fertility of the high lands became known and their range became more and more contracted. In 187 the business- opportunity attrac ted the attention of a Michigan merchant, C. A. Williams, and he came to 15-Mile and built a house and engaged in general merchandising. Dufur Bros., being wide awake business men seeing the opportunity to build a town on their farm, had a small area laid out in lots and blocks, filed a plat of the town ana Dufur took its place on the map of Oregon. We will pass over the infantile stage of the new town, the school house was moved from Pine Hollow, the post office and stage period came and went, and Dufur began to attract attention as a trading point; farmers having chi...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 1 January 1898

29 A GROUP OF DUFUR HOMES. THE DALLES TIMES-MOUNTAINEER. 11183 rf ' 4! ilit ? L5SS Js j -- . TfaiiairgJaJgalr.g 1 i ill iniwn 1 ml - ! . - -V v' f 111 RESIDENCE OF T. II. JOHNSTON. RESIDENCE OF GEO. W. JOHNSTON. lit f . I , 1 RESIDENCE OF A. J. DUFUR, JR. RESIDENCE OF MRS. E. DUFUR. f&& jihl'!H!.iLH.,A 93 hxtsi RESIDENCE OF J. A. GULLIFORD. The jolly host of Dufur's popular hotel, was born in Ger many, May 13, 1870. Coming to this country at the age of 15, he was employed three years working on a farm in Minnesota. Moving then to Wasco county, Oregon, he en tered the employ of Mr. Dufur, and continued with him for two years. He then rented the "15-Mile" House, with farm and dairy connected with it. He is an ideal land lord, and has never had cause to complain of lack of pat ronage. His dining room has an established reputation, and that in connection with the large, airy rooms in the hotel, places him in a position to cater for the commercial A. DIETRICH, M. D. Dr. Dietrich,...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 1 January 1898

30 ... -2 S ' ; . Ty : '.. J'U . 1 THOMAS HOUSTON JOHNSTON. There is not a more popular citizen in Duf ur than "Houst" Johnston. He possesses all those admirable traits of char acter which contribute to the widest social and business success, and anything he identifies himself witn is always a "go.". He furnishes it with a. vim and snap which is his strongest-characteristic, and which has tended to put him to the "front" among business men in this county. Born in Centerville, New irunswick, in 1845, he spent the early portion of his life there. Moving to California in 1876, he spent two years there. Coming to The Dalles in 1878, he was engaged for three years in fishing and merchandising in a small way; he then entered the employ of Wingate & Co., with whom he remained three years, and gained that practical experience which has been of such benefit to him since. Having saved some money, and recognizing the desirability of Dufur as a business point, in connection with his brother...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 1 January 1898

THE DALLES TIMES-MOUNTAINEER. 31 , - . v.. j. ..- " 3 ....... r V I-. JJ ' ' j " -'i ' ' - - ' . - . I.:. . : , . :A ;; " . v. ': - . '- : - ,, .- . ... '': ANDREW J. DUFUR, JR. A. J. Dufur, Jr., is one of the pioneers of this section, being largely instrumental in laying out the present town site of Dufur, and is today one of its most respected citi zens. Born in Vermont in 1847, he moved with his parents to Wisconsin, at the age of seven, and after remaining there five years, he and his mother, sister and brother, W. H., came by water to California, his father having crossed the plains. After their arrival in California, they started for Oregon, crossing the mountains on foot, and located on a farm near Portland, where they remained for about twelve years. In September, 1872, he, and his brother, E. B., came to Wasco county, and began sheep and stock raising, which he continued doing until five years ago, when he disposed of his interest to his brother, E. B: Since that time he ha...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 1 January 1898

32 THE DALLES TIMES-MOUNTAINEER. V T I I . -. H - 1 t J - . .. I 1 m . . mi - n- - u mmmm - r- I? M 1 f ! Pi;n 'Tit HEISLER & SOX, MILLERS. One of the largest business enterprises of Dufur is the one above named. Its capacity is 50 barrels per day, and it is a most beneficial enterprise to the farmers near at hand, who are thus enabled to obtain a good price for their wheat with the advantage of a short haul, a saving to them of a good many dollars annually. The mill is of the roller process, having seven stands of rollers, and eight bolters, and was built in 1885, and purchased by its present owners from Mrs. E. B. Dufur, February 17th, 1897. A feature of their trade is a large exchange business with the farmers of the county, exchanging for wheat its manufactured pro ducts. Wm. Heisler was born in Pennsylvania, and in 1849 fol lowed the rusu to California, but returning again to his na tive state, remained there till 1852 when he came to Oregon. He has nine children, four boys...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 1 January 1898

33 ANTELOPE AND VICINITY. THE DALLES TIMES-MOUNTAINEER. The town of Antelope, situated 65 miles southeast of The Dalles, Or., in Wasco county, first began to come into prominence as a central and good trading point about twenty years ago. It was then situated about 2 miles north of the present site, but after a year or two at the old location, the inhabitants saw fit to begin the building of the town on the land of N. R. Baird and B. P. Laugh lin, at the present site. At present Antelope has two large general merchandise stores owned by Bolton & Co. and Frank Irvine; a very commodious and complete drug store owned by Dr. R. J. Pilkington, who is also a successful physician and surgeon; two blacksmith shops owned by Peter A. Kirchheiner and Antone Nelson; three saloons owned by F. W. Silvertooth, McLennan & McBeth, and Mc Kay & Tunny; four large and well furnished hotels run by W. J. Ashby, N. W. Wallace, McLennan, & McBeth and Mrs. M. E. Perrin; a barber shop and con...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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