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About The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948 | View Entire Issue (May 13, 1895)
All the talking and advertising on earth won t sell our Clothing unless it
is right in'priee, quality and style. Now, we devoted a great deal of time to the
selection of this part of our stock, and we are willing to risk our reputation for
veracity upon the proposition that bur Clo thins is all that anyone will ask for.
(p Suppose you confer a favor on. us, when you have a little leisure time, by
dropping into our store and trying on a suit or two. Then we want you to ex
amine the cloth, the linings the workmanship, the fit, the price in fact every
thing about the Suit and convince yourself. .
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$3.50 s not a arSe sumJ stiH is large enough to. buy , a Man's Suit
" qf Clothes from us. .Sizes 35 to 40. ;." ';
$5.00 Gives you an opportunity of making your selection; from sev-
eral lines of goods. r
f(V Enables you to choose a handsome Summer Suit from our stock.
iiignt, tasty patterns ana wen maae. . i nese cuua nave me siyie
and ht ot those sold tor twice the money.
$3.00 Buys an All-Wool Suit. Good, serviceable Greys, Small Checks '
and Dark Mixtures. , ' t '
9 50 8 tne Price attached to pur Suits made of Oregon Cassimeres. All-
Wool and the best goods for wear and service.
Can We Suit You?.
ALL GOODS MARKED IN
PEASE & MAYS.
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bee us belore
We carry a Complete Line of
Stoves and Steel Ranges,
Wire Poultry Netting,
Sewer Pipe, -
Iron Water Pipe,
Barrell Chui ns,
Rubber and Cotton Wrap
ped Garden Hose,
Groceries and Provisions,
Oak Fir and Maple Cord
wood and General supplies,
,1AiER & BEiflM
JOS. T. PETERS & CO.,
BUILDING : MATERIALS
TolepHono ZVo. 30"
Great Shirt Sale
. . Commencing Tuesday and continuing entire week. . "
and Be Convinced. 3
L.; BUTTER "
Ask Vanbibber & Worsley for it.
Every Square is Full Weight.
TEIiEPHOIirE KO. SO- '
A. A. B.
The Dalles Daily Chronicle.
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aa second-class matter. '
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Special rates for long time notices.
All local notices received later than S o'clock
will appear tne following day.
MAY 14, 1895
LTi From the Notebook of Chronicle
. Mr. J. W. Morton came up from Hood
River this afternoon. .
. Yesterday the Wasco warehouse took
in 250 sacks of wool.
Mr. H. Buskirk of Kansas is visiting
the Winan brothers near this city.
The Methodist dietrict conference will
be held at Hood River, Jnne 4th, 5th
and 6th. -
The Herrick cannery will make qnite
a good ran tomorrow morning about 10
The grand lodge of Odd Fellows is in
session at Salem, the session beginning
The salmon are rnnning a little better,
several of the wheels last night making a
pretty fair catch.
' Wool is feomipg in quite lively, over
200 sacks, or in round numbers thirty-
five tons, being received today.
"The Gold King" at the opera house
tonight, will certainly prove entertain
ing, and yon will regret it if you don't
Reports from op the river show that
the Columbia is again rising and will
"probably start upwards again here to
The Hood River strawberry crop is
beginning to move and by another week
there will be a carload a day going East
from that point.
Strawberries are beginning to come in
qnite plentifully, and the markets are
quite well stocked with vegetables
Quite a lot of green peas have been
shipped to Portland.
. General A. J. Warner and ex-Congress
.man Sibley. who are visiting the cuast.ar
rived in Portland today and will deliver
several addresses in the Northwest on
the tree-silver side of the argument.
Regular' monthly meeting of the fire
board in the council room this (Tuesday)
' evening, at 8:30 p.m. As business of
importance will be transacted it is re
quested that all members be present.
Dr. Jay Guy Lewis,' who obtained
some notoriety by having charge of the
. Oregon horticultural ' exhibit at the
Colnmbiau exposition, died at Sparta
in this state, after a brief illness yeater-
It is said that Cleveland looks upon
Vice President ' Stevenson ; as 'a traitor.
Wonder, in view of the.' fact that Cleve
land violated every party pledge and
broke every plank in the platform .if he
ever stops to consider as to just what
the democratic party thinks of him.
It may be that Stevenson is a traitor to
An alarm of fire this morning about 11
o'clock, was caused by a few sparks
catching in the roof of the Peters' plan
ing mill. ' A few buckets of water soon
put the blaze out and no damage was
The Sun suggests the feeding of horse
flesh to convicts ; and says there ' is ' ho
chance for them to dodge eating it. The
horse-flesh is all right but the sentence
to the pen, with the knowledge afore
hand that a twenty years diet of horse
flesh went with it might serve to depopu
late the penitentiary.
The Eugene Register is evidently
weary of waiting for the steamboat to
reach that city. . For several months the
boat has been unable to reach Eugene
on account of the low stage of the river.
The Register advises its readers to "Put
your shoulders to the wheel and give the
steamboat a push and see bow rapidly
she moves along."
The Marqnis de Castellane has written
a long article for a Paris paper entitled
"Fifteen Days in the United States."
Speaking of American women the good
Count No Ac-count, pays: "They have
not been initiated into the refinement of
sensibility, into Artistic enthusiasm."
The count is right and the. fact that
Anna Gould purchased him is tne con
centrated evidence of the fact.'
Since Thb Chronicle three months
ago stated that it wonld not support any
candidate for president wbo4iad not
had the desire to know his country cul
tivated to the extent that he had visited
the Pacific coast, the big gnns are all
coming. Elkins and Cullom are the
atest, and it is even said that Cleveland
Is going to come as far west as Pittsburg.
When they see it in The Chronicle
they know it is so. -
Suits made for $5 to $6 dollars.
feet fit given.
Mas. F. M. Hkjjdkbshott,
ml4-3t Second and Liberty Bts.
" x.ast night's Play.
The audience at tne opera house last
night was small but that fact did not
prevent it enjoying the best bit of act
ing that The Dalles has been favored
with In many a long day. Senter Pay
ton is an actor, every inch of him and
there are 70 ot them. From his first ap
pearance as the outcast to the final scene
where virtue triumphs and cunning vice
is punished, he is inimitable. He is
strong in every position, taking them in
such a manner as to make one believe
not that the actor was there but chat the
original was. We should like to see
him in the character of Rip Van Winkle,
as be would, we believe, make the third
man who could do tht good old play
justice, the other two being, of couree,
Joe Jefferson and Frank Mayo. The
support could do better ; but whatever
of weakness it had was lost, covered and
kept out of sight by the acting of Mr.
Payton. Mr. M. L. DeForest aa i Cheeky,
did some clever acting and Miss Vina
Payton as Sadie, the domestic, fitted the
part well. We might add chat this very
charming young lady is Bomewhat of a
The play tonight is "The Gold King,"
and we can assure our readers that they
will get full value received for their
money if they attend it. The company
is the best that has shown here for a
long time, and The Dalles should show
its appreciation by giving them a full
house. - a - .
Weather Crop Bulletin No. 7 of the
Oregon State Weather Service -for
sent vegetation of all kinds is healthy
and full of promise.' , v .
i . B. S. Pagus, Director.
Mrs. T: S. Hawkins, Chattanooga,
Tenn., says, "Shiloh's vitalizer 'saved
mylife. I consider it the best refhedy
for a debilitated system I. ever used."
For dyspepsia, liver or kidney trouble
it excels. Price 75 cts.
A girl' to do housework, apply at
Wasco warehouse. -
When Baby was sick, we gave her Oastorla.
When she was a Child, she cried f or Castoria, ..
When she became Was, she dung to Oostorta,
When aoa bad Children, she gave them Csslnrla.
Something new in photographs at
Hernn s, for only 75 cents per dozen
Call at studio and see samples. 30-lw
Our patrons will find De Witt's Little
Early Risers a safe 'and reliable remedy
or constipation, dyspepsia and liver
complaints. Snipes-Klnersly' Drug' Co.
Following, is the report for the-week
ending Monday, May 13th :
Showers occurred on the 7th and Sth,
when' it cleared 'and general frosts oc
curred on 6th and 10th, being heavy and
ice formitig south of the Bine mountains.
Since the 10th the weather has been
clear and warm, the maximum reaching
its highest on Sunday 12tb, when it was
from 80 ..to 90 degrees. " The maximum
for the week ranged from 43 to 90 and
the minimum 'from 48 to 60, except
south of the Blue mountains, where the
minimum ranged from 28 to 48 degrees
The rainfall amounted to from .04 to .25
of an inch. .: " "' ' . .
The frost did little or no damage and
where the frost was the most severe, the
vegetation was ' not sufficiently far ad
vanced to be injured. In other sections
the frost was too light to do injury. The
warm weather following on the 10th and
since . continuing has caused vegeta
tion . to grow rapidly. Strawberries
are ripe about The Dalles; the first
box of Oregon- grown for 1895 was
hipped from The Dalles on May 6th.
They are now becoming more -plentiful
and within a week will ripen- in large
quantities. .,The"f ruit prospects continue
very promising. ' The present condition
of the grain crop is excellent. Much
more rain or rather frequent showers,
will be necessary to a large yield, though
the absence of hot winds will be materi
ally beneficial. Sheep shearing contin
ues.; "The wool' is being hauled into the
warehouses In large quantities. At pre-
Hi There !
, Where she can get nice
Where to get the nicest
' Where nice, fresh Gro
ceries are kept.
Where she can get them
in a hurry if she
. . . needs them.
Call or Telephone.
Men's Straw Hats,
Boys' Straw Hats,
V Misses' Straw Hats,
Ladies' Straw Hats.
Largest Assortment in the City. "
ROBERT E. WILLIAMS,
Blue Front Store, Opposite Diamond Mills.
Take your Prescriptions to.
M. Z. DONNELL.
The -will fce Tilled by Thorough
Keep Tour Eye on-
Rambler and Waverley Bicycles.
, Indianapoijb, Ind., April 27, 1895. -
MESSRS. MAYS & CROWE, The Dalles, Or.
Gbktlkmen : We have your telegram-of the 25th inst., and take pleasure in
entering yonr order for wheels. We are quite confident of the fact that
you will be thoroughly satisfied with the "Waverley," as it is a high grade ma
chine in every sense of the word, and yon can guarantee to your cnetomers that it
is the equal o'f any machine manufactured. We make no exceptions at all, and
are prepared to prqjve at any time that there is not a better bicycle in the market.
- Yours very truly,
INDIANA BICYCLE COMPANY.
We Kent and Repair Bicycles.
Wheels from S4S to SIOO.
MAYS & CROWE.
J. B. CIOSSEN, j
; . :;';; Grocer.
Ask Central for 62. ' " ;
(Successor to Chrisman 4 Corson. '
if iiis nil i i inr nr
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES.
Again in business at the old stand. , I would be pleased to
all my former patrons. e Free delivery to any part of town.