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About The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948 | View Entire Issue (May 11, 1894)
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"Public Patronage is a Public Trust." .
JOLES, COLLINS & CO.,
". Successors to The Dallas Mercantile Co? and Joles Bros. : : .
. ' V -SPECIAL AGENTS FOR ' .
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An elegant Worsted Press Pattern" for about-the price of Calico.
Why we sell them at this figure
is 'our business.
ALL GOODS MARKED IN
PLAIN FIGURES. .
To take advantage and buy
IS YOUR BUSINESS.
PEASE & MAYS.
A great labor- and money-saver, as it
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does awap witn me necessity tur idu
ling of any description in-starting either
wood or coal fires. It is always ready
for us, and a- most convenient house-
bold contrivance .-. . - f
: Directions for Use. '
Take a can and pat in sufficient coal
oil to cover the lighter, which should re
main in the oil for three or fonr min
utes. Then , light with a match and
place in front Of or under the grate. - If
the blaze goes dfrectly to the fuel, the
fire will be quickly started. Keep the
lighter in the can of oil and it will al
ways be ready for use. s -
Come and see the Machine in operation.
-ALSO HEADQUARTERS FOR-
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AGENTS FOB THE. DALLES.
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Stock Salt, Lime and Sulphur. Call before buying.
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of one of the lower river tugs and makes
the water fly in good shape. She had
Mr. Condon at the wheel and in her
turnout made an interesting appear
ance.' -' ' -
Johnston Bros. Store at Dufar
and th Safe Cracked.
The Daily and Weekly Chronicle may
be found on sate at I. C. Nickelsen's store.
Telephone Ko. 1.
FBIDAY, - - -
.- MAY 11, 1894
Leaves From the Notebook of Chronicle
Messrs. Kerr & Buckley, of Grass Val
ley, raised 3,530 lambs from 3,483 ewes.
Mr. Buckley says that beats the Dutch
man's 1 per cent, ail to pieces.
Seven joints of - the flume at Ned
Wicks' place, six miles from town, have,
broken out, and lumber and wood were
deposited on the ground in large quan
tities. What's the matter with our demo
cratic and populist friends? They evi
dently have forgotten that-"music hath
charms," and Prof. Birgfeld is the genus
homo who can give them just what they
It you have been disappointed in some
of the traveling troops which have visit
ed The Dalles, do not be discouraged
and fail to hear "Enlisted for the War.''
It will pay you to have a good laugh at
"Hoaea Jenks" and "Crimp."
, A remonstrance was read before the
county court today against laying out
and opening a public highway on the
summit between 3-Mile and 5-Mile. As
. the remonstrance was larger than the
petition, the former was granted.
The following-named are being exam
ined, in addition to those applying for
county certificates; John A. Haylock,
for Btate certificate; Misses Laura
iWelch and Maggie E. Flynn, and Mr,
P. A j Snyder, Btate diploma ; and Miss
' Emily Houaer, life diploma.
The Orchestra Union will continue
the very popular Saturday night dances
given by Mr. James Smith -during the
. winter, to begin with tomorrow night
Saturday, May 12th. Everything will
be done to make it pleasant for those
present. Messrs. Wm. VanBibber.Wm
Norman . and . Frank Cunning have
. kindly consented to act as floor mana
gers. Price of admission 50Jcents ; ladies
free.' : '-
The little Inland Star that puffed and
blowed for the last year and broke up
her owner, has been remodeled and re
named, and . is now known as the
4,Topsy" by Mr. J. W. Condon, steamed
out today in good style, making in her
down stream trial about eight or nine
' miles an hour. She has the appearance
The ,N. K. Fairbank' Company of
Chicago have lately brought suit in the
United States court ayainst W. L.
Henry, of this city, for $5,000 for in
fringement of their trade mark "Cotto
lene." The N. K. Fairbank company
sets forth that they originated, prepared,
and put upon the market a new food
product consisting of refined cotton seed
oil and a small proportion of beef suet.
making a pale -yellow material of the
consistency and substance of lard, al
most without odor and intended to take
the place of lard in cooking.
In order to indicate the source and
genuineness of their new food product,
they originated, coined, and use as a
trade mark, the word "Cottolene." The
healthfullness and many other ad van
tages of Cottolene over lard were so ap
parent that Cottolene became at once
very popular and is now largely sold all
over the country.
ine new rood product and its name
Cottolene" have become widelv known
as the product of the N. K. Fairbank
Company. The trade mark is described
as a "trade mark for Oleaginous Food
Substances, &c," "consisting of the head
or neck of a steer or other bovine part
ially enclosed by sprigs and branches of
the cotton plant."
The N. K. Fairbank Company charges
that W. L. Henry, of Macon, Ga., a
dealer in fresh meats and food products
generally, has been and is endeavoring
Unlawfully to avail himself of the bene'
fits of the name "Cottolene" and. its
popularity; that he ' has been and is
selling a product similar in kind, but
inferior in quality, under the name ot
Cottolene" to the injury of the original
and genuine "Cottolene," and to th
loss and injury of its manufacturers,
the N. K. Fairbank Company.
'The infringements opon the trade
marK oi "tjottoiene"- nave Decvme so.
frequent, and so many dealers are sell
ing an inferior article and claiming it t
be Cottolene that ' the N. K. Fairbank
Company are determined to protect
customers and propose to sue every re
tail dealer' wnois thus imposing upon
his customers, and infringing upon the
N, K. Fairbank Company's trade mark
Telegraph, Macon, Ga. : . -
A SAFE ROBBERY.
Johnston Bros.' safe in their store at
Dufur was blown open by unknown
robbers about 3 o'clock this morning
and about $40 extracted.
The sound of tbe'explosion was dead
ened, and while many in the town were
awakened by the noise, nothing serious
was thought of it, and the facts were
not known until about 5 -o'clock, the
usual hour that Mr. H. Johnston arises
and goes to the store before partaking of
his breakfast. Arriving at the store a
great surprise awaited him. Every win
dow pane in the building was broken
hut three, and within everything was in
confusion. At a glance he saw the shat
tered . safe, minus the heavy door, the
business desk shattered into splinters,
while on all sides lay sacks of sugar,
wheat and flour, their contents spilled,
and piles of dry goods, all of which had
been piled against the safe to deaden
the sound, and which were thrown aside
by the force of the explosion. Tracks
outside the rear door showel that the
robbers were probably outside at the
time of the explosion. It" is thought
they entered by breaking a window.
The door of the safe was thrown againBt
the desk, which demolished it. . The
safe was a valuable one, weighing about
2,000 pounds, and is greatly damaged.
One hinge is broken squarely off and it
will have to be sent back to the factory
if it is properly repaired. The damage
will amount to between $300 and $500.
Only $40 in money was taken from the
till. A dollar and a half dollar which
were left are badly powder-burned.
Tracks were found in the road leading
from The Dalles to Dufur, and on the
way returning as far as Frank Huot's
place, believed to have been made by
the robbers, two of them, but no further
clue is known. ' They were evidently
experts. A tin funnel was found, used
to contain a candle, from which the
light could be excluded should anvone
be passing. .
Frosts s Matter of Location.
Hon. Geo. W. Johnston and Mr. John
Johnson are in the city from Dufur. :
Mrs. J. W. French returned last night
from a visit among friends in San Fran
cisco. ' . . .
Mr. H. llorton and family left on the
steamer this morning for Albina, where
they go to reside. .
Mr. Martin Donnell. the leading drug
gist of Goldendale, is in the city today,
en route to Seattle on a business trip. .
Hon. T. R. Coon is in the city. He
informs us that the strawberry crop re
ceived a severe blow at Hood River from
Mrs. C. T. Donnell came in from Gol
dendale yesterday, and is visiting friends
n toe city, bhe is the. guest ot Airs. t.
J. Crandall. . ,
Messrs. John Michell, A. M. Kelsay,
Thos. Driver, A. S. Blowers, Prof. C. L.
Gilbert, J. M. Patterson and Hon. T. R.
Coon leave - for Dufur tonight and will
take in Wapinitia tomorrow and will
address those communities on political
Mr. Frank Sharp departed yesterday
morning for Southern Oregon, where he
goes on a surveying contract, which was
awarded him by the surveyor-general a
short time ago. tie thinks his con
tract will take hiin nearly all summer to
Came from Scotland.'
An imDortant question in th.eolo?v
was settled thether day by two little
boys of this city, one aged four and the
other five years. Little four-year-old
said to th.e other: ''Where did that
little baby come from that is at your
house. Bobbie Stephen?'! The answer
was: "Be came from Heaven and yon
came from Heaven, too, Willie Hender
son." The reply came back as quicu as
a flash: "No 1 didn't, I came from Scot
land." Omaha Bee.
Bale of Bonds. -
I will sell on the 20th day of May,
1894, $8,000 in bonds of Hood River
echool district, bearing 7 per cent inter
est, payable semi-annually; 'They will
either be Bold in parts of $1,000 each, or
the entire' $8,000" at one time, or any
number, of the eight bonds of $1,000
each, to the highest bidder for cash.
These bonds are redeemable In twenty
years or after ten years if convenient for
the district. William Michbll, v
: " County Treasurer. . '
The Dalles, May 9, 1894. dawtl5
Rev. O. D. Taylor states that none of
the extensive orchards of the Columbia
River Fruit Co. are hurt by the frosts.
Iu the last twelve years he has been t
keen observer of atmispheric currents
and has so directed the planting of hi
orchards as to avoid frosts. He finds
that a cold, dead air settles in the low
places, such as creek bottoms, which
are very susceptible to frosts, and rec
ommends that only such fruit be
planted in these places as will bloom
late. He says there is another reason
for planting fruit trees on higher ground
and that is the soil is better. There is
danger also of' planting orchards too
high and the tops of hills should be
avoided. The only touch of frost fn Mr.
Taylor's orchards is where the corner of
a grape orchard slopes ' down to the
creek bottom, and about a hundred hills
are affected. ' ' .. .' f'. ' '. . ;
VThea Baby was sick, we gave her Castorfa.
When sfae was Child, she cried for Oastoris.
When sWbeoaxoe JllstVShe ching'to Castoria,
When sne had Children, she gars them Castoria.
Haworth the printer, . at home 116
Court St., Feb. lsU"- ; ' '
at Price Reduction
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-Good Boys' Suits from $2.00 up.
SPECIAL "TALTJES IILT
Staple tf parley Dry Qoods,
Boots and Sboes. N
Ginghams, Calieos, muslins and Overalls, at Cut Prices.
- TBRMS STRICTLY CHSH.
Independent Workers lodge, No. 7, 1.
. G. T., met Monday evening at Fra
ternity hall and added five more by ini
tiation to the vast number that had al
ready taken the temperance obligation.
It being installation night, the following
officers were installed by Bro. T. N.
Joles, lodge deputy, -assisted by Bro. A.
A. Urquhart, grand secretary; Bro. S.
Thurman; gnand marshal; Bro. S. Ful
ton, grand deputy marshal, and Bro. G.
Mann, grand sentinel : H. H. Learned,
C. T. ; Mrs. E. J. Robinson, V. T. ; Mrs
E. B. Dufur, F. S. ; C. Wagle, T. ; Mrs
Filloon, C. ; E. C: Brown, P. O.T.;
L. "Spencer, I. G. : D. Lemison, Sent. ;
A. Frazier, S. T. J. Secretary and mar
thai elect being absent, their offices are
in watting for them and their deputies
We are entering a new term, and it is
hoped that one and all will feel that
they have a duty to perform and an ob
ligation to keep, as well as a password
to remember, and that the officers can
not make this a prosperous lodge with
out the .efforts of one and all for fallen
humanity. And while we are prosper
ing in the subordinate lodge, let us not
forget the juveniles of our town that
have not a home-in a Temple. Sister
M. Learned, G. S: J. T., will organize a
Juvenile Temple Saturday at 3 o'clock at
Fraternity hall. Don't forget to come.
1 "All human hlstorv attests
That happiness for man, the hungry sinner!
Since Eve ate apples, much depends on dinner.'
And a good liver is absolutely essent
ial for appreciating a good dinner. Lord
Byron knew that as -well as anybody.
One of his greatest regrets waB for his
weak stomach. -. "God, man!"- his lord-i
ship- would say. "why don't one of these
infernal doctors invent a- liver - medi
cine. ' '
- Byron would never have asked that
Question were he now living. Why?
Because he would have been using. Dry
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, an absolutely.
sure cure for constipation, - indigestion,
bilious attacks, and all derangements
of liver, stomach and bowels.- - There is
no griping or violence about these pills,
and they're guaranteed to give satisfac
tion or your money is refunded.: Don't
live with the, stomach- weak, when - the
cure is within year reach for 25 cents..
Thousands of cures follow the use of
Dr. Sage's catarrh remedy. It's $500
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The Latest Styles
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The ladies of The Dalles are invited to call and
insnect our laree and varied assortment of Millin
ery Goods, which is the finest m in- the city. -
MRS. M. LoBALLISTER, The Dalles.
Hand-Corded Corsets. Health Reform Waists,
Nursing Corsets, Misses' Waists, Children's Wai'ts,
Shoulder Bracss and Hose Supporters made to order.
At the Pacific Corset Company's Factory, north
east of the Fair Grounds. It desired each garment
will be fitted before being finished. Call at the fac
tory and examine our goods, or drop a card in the
office, and our agent will call and secure your order.
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