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About The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948 | View Entire Issue (April 8, 1895)
Pease & Mays
present their compliments
the pleasure of your presence
Monday Evening, April 8, 1895,
from 7:30 to 10.
Music by the Orchestra Union.
No Goods Sold.
These Sprays are reduced to a SOLID
form, requiring only the addition of
water for immediate use..
SPRAY. NO. 1.
Winter SpTay for San Jose Scale. and
, Curl'Leaf of the Peach. ,
BUILDIW& : MATERIALS
Lime, unelacked. . . . .
The above is a very efficient remedy for
the San Jose Scale and Curl Leaf of the
Peach, and is an excellent fertilizer for
the trees. It not only destroys the scale
and prevents the spread of the carl leaf,
bat removes all lichens and keeps the
bark soft. ' '..- '
In the case of cnrl leaf, the greatest
good will result from the early spraying,
as it prevents to a large degree the dor
mant spores of this., parasitic fungus
coming to life,' and destroys any that
may have started.
dibxctioks. ' . '
To be most successful, this spray
should be applied just before the buds
swell in the spring. It can be used at
this time stronger than later, and should
be thrown upon the trees when it is
tt t : r i .
gallons of water; for 'summer work use
1 pound to 8 gallons of water. Maier &
Rpntnn baIa norAnt.Q. Thft T)llfl Or.
WUWW.., " " I J " "
JOS. T. PETERS & CO.
Tolophono 3J"o. 2B
We are showing now the very latest
toes in Black and Tan Shoes. Also a
large line of staples.
JOHBJ C. HERTZ.
MAIER & CENTON
SOLE AGENTS, THE DALLES.
The Tyeh Val- I I I I f" f Is
Ask Vanbibber & Worsley for it.
Every Square is Full Weight.
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- APRIL 8. 1895
t From the Notebook of Chronicle
Second hand buggy for sale. Apply
at this office. 2t.
"Fibre Chamois" jaet received at A.
M. Williams & Co. tf.
Fifty head of cattle will be received at
the stockyards today for shipment to
Two drunks were before the city re
corder this morning, and were fined in
the usual sum.
Stylish dresses made for $7 and up
ward a. Mrs. F. M. Hendershott, Second
and Liberty streets. 3t.
Dressmaking in all the latest styles
and at reasonable prices, at Mrs. For-
wood'e, on Court street. Call and get
The concert given by the Gesang
Verein last night, was well attended,
and was one of the pleasantest affairs of
The two loads of wool the first of the
spring clip, and forwarded by the Bald'
win Sheep & Land Co., was unleaded at
the Wasco warehouse Saturday after
About fifty applications have been
made to the city treasurer for circulars
concerning the city bond issue, and it is
probable nearly that many bids will be
put in. The bids will be opened on the
The Oregon Statesman, not the Salem
paper, bnt a new one of that name
, ipBued here, has made its appearance,
It remarks with wonderful pre-science
that "Fakes don't go." Hence will
probably have to change its name.
The ship Cupica, with a cargo of tin,
arrived at Astoria yesterday, 199 days
from Liverpool. She had been given up
as lost, and many ol the canners of the
lower river had duplicated their orders
for tin. The ship experienced remarks
4 bly rough weather during almost the en
tire trip. Tin will now be plentiful as
the Cupica had enough, and another, lot
is on the way.
A lodge of the Master Horseshoers
Protective Association was organized
here Saturday, by M. V. George of Port
land. All the blacksmiths of the city
joined it.' The following officers were
elected: F. S. Gunning, Pres. ; Geo. T,
Thompson, Vice Pres.; M. Lane, Bee.
Sec; Henry St. Arnold, Delinquent
Sec; J. D. Hockman, Treas. ; M.
Shoren, master at arms.
Articles of incorporation were filed to
day of Antelope Water company. The
object is to furnish water for household
purposes, protection against fire and for
irrigation. The duration of the company
is perpetual, the capital etock (100,
divided into ten shares of the par value
of $10 each, N. Barns, W. Boltongnd
B. Durbin, incorporators.
Pease & Mays will have their regular
annual spring opening tonight from 7 :30
to 10 o'clock. The Dalles Orchestra will
be in attendance and furnish music for
the occasion. -The immense store build
ing is filled with goods and the very
latest styles and novelties in drees goods
and trimmings will be displayed. The
opening being for the purpose of showing
their stock to the public, no goods will
be sold between the hours named.
There was a cutting affray in Charles
Stubling's Friday night, a young man
named Powere being the victim and his
friend, Valentine, the man who stabbed
him. He was cut in the side, but as no
vital part was reached, he will get well,
unless blood-poisoning sets in. Valen
tine was arrested, and bad a prelimin
ary examination before Recorder Dufur
Saturday. He was held under $250
bonds to await the action of the grand
jury. . . .
Some people never ..know when April
fool day is past. This morning City
Marshal Blakeney took advantage of our
confiding disposition and asked us to
step in the back room of the jail and see
a man who had got mashed up in some
mysterious manner. Of course we never
suspected anything wrong in the matter,
for Jim's rotund and good natured face
was as placid as a July dream of love,
and so we stepped in. He did the rest.
If it wasn't for the fact that we are
afraid the jury might find that we ought
to be there we would sue him for false
imprisonment, but under the circum
stances we have concluded to let it pass
Card of Thanks.
The Y. W. C. T. IJ. desires to return
thanks to the members of the Home
Dramatic club for the receipt of $21, its
proportion of she proceeds of the rendi
tion of the drama, Nevada.
TJesdi-a S. Ruch, Pres.
Etta Stoey, Sec
Real Estate Transaction.
Wayland B Perry and wife to Hans
Hansen, n, nw, sec. 19, tp 1 n, r 10
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gare them Castoria.
Jos. T. Peters A Co. have cord wood,
which is desirable in all respects, and
respectfully solid' your orders.
The school at this place commenced
Monday, April 1st. Prof. Lake, late of
rtland, is principal,. Miss Whiticher of
Independence, is first assistant. The
eople of this part of the country have
aeons to congratulate themselves on
ving secured the services of these
ained and conscientious teachers. Mr.
ke has made an enviable record with
The plowing season is over. A large
area has been sown in wheat, oats and
barley. The prospect Is good for large
The sheep shearing crews are prepar
ing to make their annual raid.
Mr. John End, James Patison and
Dan Palmateer have gone to Antelope
with loads of bacon..
H. E. Driver, Bruce Driver and Ed.
Mason are each loading a four-horse
team with .bacon, at Jordan's, which
will be freighted to the Harney country.
All Abont a Dog-.
Justice Davis' court has been in session
all afternoon trying the case of the
state against Huskey. The defendant is
a boy of probably 15 years of age, and
be Is charged with shooting a dog be
longing to Mrs. Bachelor. According to
the testimony the boy had been shoot
ing grouse, and bad shot one near where
Mrs. Bachelor's daughter was standing.
The dog now deceased tried to get at the
grouse, and kept Huskey's dog from
picking it up, although at the time a
rope was around his neck, the other end
of which was in Miss Bachelor's hand.
The boy shot the dog while he was not
more than three feet from- the girl's
side, killing him instantly.
The housekeeper, who is on her feet
from morn till night, and who has so
many things to worry and perplex ; her,
will be better able to preform the duties
which devolve upon her, by ' taking
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, the Superior Medi
cine, it quickens the appetite, aids
digestion, imparts the vigor of health to
the weak and nerveless, cures others,
will cure yon.
.Bogus Dollars. Bewa.
It is reported that a number of bogus
dollars, of 1879 date, are being circulated
about town. They are a good imitation
of the genuine coin but considerably
lacking in weight, and the milling and
lettering are said to be stamped a little
sharper than is done in Uncle Sam's
dollar factories. Pendleton Tribune.
Mr. Sam Monahan, the man who
brought the smallpox from Nebraska to
The Dalles, and who had that city thor
oughly stirred up for a while, is in Ante'
lope at present. He used to reside in
this section, and went back East to im
prove his health, but evidently made a
bad job of it. Antelope Herald.
April 4th, to the wife of A. McDaniel,
a son. ...
All druggist aell Dr. Miles' Pain Pills.
M. J. Anderson was in the city Satur
Mr. Ed Mays spent yesterday in the
city. , .. .
Mr. C. W. Masill of Wapinitia is in
the city today. .
Miss Lizzie Sampson returned Satur
day from a visit in Portland.
Mrs. A. A. Brown was a passenger for
Portland by boat this morning. -
Mrs. C. J. Van Duyn' of Tyzh is the
guest of Mrs. B. F. Laughlin.
Will Crossen returned to University
Park this morning, after spending Sun
day at home.
Mr. Chas. Cooper and wife returned
from Sonoma, Calif., today, and will
leave .for Rufus tomorrow.
Mrs. Forwood, who has been on the
sick list for the past two weeks, is again
able to wait on her customers.
Rev. J. H. Woods was telegraphed for
from Portland yesterday afternoon, on
account of the serious illness of his nine-
year-old daughter. He left on the early
passenger this morning.
Mr.' Walter Davenport, a former resi
dent of this city, but now of Colfax,
spent yesterday with his brother, on his
way to the grand lodge, A. O. U. W.,
which meets at Ulympia.
Mr. C. W. Dietzel arrive home from
Pasadena. Cal.. last night. He is hearty
and rugged, weighing 166 pounds, and is
brmly of the opinion that Pasadena is
the grandest resort for those afflicted
with pulmonary, complaints, in the
Are Your Eyes Open ?
IF SO, READ THIS.
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irritated surfaces, clcainyss t.::r. h.:rj oi
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pensable in cleansing discn&e't surface;. Ct;ri
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the blood of all impurities, and thus removes
the cause. Hence the CcnoottA Remedies cure
every humor of the skin, scalp, and blood, with
loss of hair, from pimples to scrofula, from
infancy to age.
Sold throughout the world." Price, Cimctmi,
80c.; Soap, 26o.; Rkbolvekt, $1. Pottsb Drus
AMO Chim. Corp., Sole Proprietors, Boiton. .
JiM How to Cure Skin TlKaM( mailed fee.
A Complete Assortment of GARDEN"
and TIMBER SEEDS. We can save
. you money. Now wend your way to the
Big Brick, opposite Moody's Warehouse.
E. J. COLLINS & CO
Telephone 20. Terms Cash.
Crescents! Crescents! Crescents!
Why pay $100 for a Bicycle
"When yon can get one for $55 ?
We buy direct from the makers, and save you the jobber's profit. .
We sell our High-grade CRESCENT, withXvood rim and Clincher tire, for. .$80 00
The same wheel, with Morgan & Wright tire, for 75 00
This wheel weighs 23 pounds.
Our SPECIAL CRESCENT, with either wood or steel rims, M. & W. tires. $55 00
This wheel with wood rim weighs 28 pounds; with steel, 30 pounds.
Our SPECIAL CRESCENT will compare favorably with any $75 wheel on the'
market, and we will give the same guarantee that is given on the highest
priced wheel sold. Come and see onr samples or send for catalogue. -
MAYS & CROWE, The Dalles.
Take your Prescriptions to.
M. Z. DONNELL.
They will be Filled by Thorough
RUPERT & GAB EL,
Wholesale and retail manufacturers and dealers in
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Collars,
TENTS and WAGON COVERS,
And all Articles Kept In a First Class Harness Shop.
REPAIRING PROMPTLY DOSE.
Adjoining Joles, Collins & Co.'s Store,