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About The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948 | View Entire Issue (May 21, 1895)
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Cheaper than This?
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I Peerless fastBlacks
WILL NOT CROCK.
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We guarantee the Peerless Black to be absolutely :
fast, free from all poisonous substances. It withstands
the effects of repeated washing, as well as perspiration.
It will not rub off on the feet or soil the garments.
.Every pair guaranteed.
Men.s Peerless Black Half Hose 25c. 35c, 50c
Ladies' " Full Fashioned .' ..,.25c
". " outsize .............25 c
" " spliced heels, dbl soles 35-40-50c
fine ribbed 40c
" " FuU Opera..:...:........:.:..... ...........60c
" Tans ... :..35c
Peerless Fast Black has no equal.
Wa carry a Complete Line of
Stoves and Steel Ranges,
Wire Poultry Netting,
Iron Water Pipe,
Barrell Chtu ns,
Rubber and Cotton Wrap
ped Garden Hose,
Groceries and Provisions,
Oak Fir and Maple Cord-
wood and General sup
Two ounces of good Ping Cut Tobacco for 5c, and a Missouri Meerchanm with
every eight packages.
Lemons at 20c a dozen ; usual price, 35c.
Sixteen pounds San Francisco Granulated Sugar for $1.00.
Seventeen pounds Hong Kong Granulated Sngar for $1.00. "
Three dozen Ei;gsfor25c; guaranteed fresh.
All stock of fresh and popular brands.. Goods delivered free to any part of
the city: You are cordially invited to call and inspect stock and prices. ..
Southeast Cor. Union and Second Sts. Telephone No. 92.
Great Shirt Sale
Commencing Tuesday and continuing entire week.
and Be Convinced.
ALL GOODS MARKED IN
' PEASE & MAYS
MAIER & DENTON.
Ask VanbibDer & Worsley for it.
Every Square is Full Weight.
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MAY, 21 1895
Leaves Tram she Notebook of Oteronlele
meets Monday. The
docket it an
It has been quite cool for two or three
days and today there was alight sprinkle
The weather report today gives us for
tomorrow showery weather and station
Strawberries are coming in quite
plentifully, and 10 cents will now bny a
box of the beauties.
A telegram received from Theia it
Barrol. states that the city bonds have
been approved and that the sale is com
plete. This being true it will be bat a
short time until the money will be forth'
' Mr. George D. Hunt the railroad build
or came ever from Goldendale today and
went on to Portland this afternoon. He
is at present preparing to build a road to
California but evidently has been taking
a look at the proposed Goldendale Lvle
Reports from Snake river show that
stream is feeling the effects of the recent
warm weather. This morning the rivet
had risen in twenty-four hours at Uma
tilla three-tenths of a foot at Lewiston
six-tenths; at Weieer one tenth, and
Lieutenant Cut.- Patterson went to
Hood River this afternoon to muster out
D. Company of the Third Regiment
This company has steadily gone down
for the past year or two until the muster
ing out process is largely a matter of
- form in fact it is nearly all mustard
and no meat.
The strawberries are getting ripe
the shortcake the Methodist ladies are
preparing to serve Wednesday evening
at the old Chronicle building, corner of
Second and Washington streets. From
8 until 8 the ladies will be ready towalT
upon their guests. The charge will be
. 15 cents for a big piece of shortcake
. with cream and a cup of coffee. Should
you not like shortcake, tbey w:ll give
yon bread and batter, strawberries and
cream, with a cup of coffee for 15 cents.
- The phonograph will be there, and all
the aunts, uncles and cousins can listen
to bands, orchestras, songs and speeches,
as tbey themselves please, at a very low
The county court will meet on the 25th
at which time it is probable some action
will be taken concerning the Currant
Creek riad. It is of the utmost import
ance that this road be completed, and
it is hoped that id spite of the laudable
des're to economize, the commissioners
may feel that it is a necessity and not a
luxury that is being demanded. The in
terests of the whole country demand
that the road' be finished, and that at
The Dalles Orchestral Union will give
another excursion to the Cascades next
Sunday on the steamer Regulator. The
boat will leave the wharf here- at 8
o'clock arriving at the Cascades at 10 :30.
Returning will leave the Cascades at 4
o'clock. Tickets for the round trip, 60
cents. The excursion Sunday before
last was the most delightful ever made
from The Dalles, and as the orchestra
will furnish music for the occasion, there
is no reason why the excursion Sunday
should not be fully aj pleasant.
Quite a number of Dalleeites left for
Portland this afternoon to attend the
meeting of the republican clubs in that
city tomorrow. They have our paternal
blessing, and we sincerely hope they
may come home alive. The prospect,
however, is not cheerful, as the dele
gates from the far eastern portion of the
state are going down brimful of silver
speeches to meet the host from Portland
that want peace and -want it on a gold
basis. It looks to us as though an irre
Bistable force was going to meet an im
movable body and the result cannot
therefore be even gueBeed at. The fires
may possibly be drawn and the temper
ature kept down, but we fancy there
will be a perceptible change in the wea
ther, such as will be conducive to the
ripening of strawberries by tomorrow
The Telephone Situation.
The telephone patent notice which has
appeared in The Chboniclk columns
daily, for the past few weks, probably
has considerable significance when taken
in conjunction with the telegraphic aews
item published in the Sunday Oregonian
of May 19th, to the effect that the
United States court of appeals in the
case ot the U. S. vs. the Bell Telephone
Company, relative to the Berliner
patent, had reversed the decision of the
lower, court and that therefore the Amer
ican Bell Telephone Co., practically re-
Itains its monopoly of all forms of battery
when Baby was sick, we gars her Castorfcv.
When she was a Child, she cried for Caataria.
When she became Hies, she dung to Castoria,
Tfen sno tisil niflflrrai she rTnthntn rnwisln
A girl to do housework, apply at
W KATBEK BUBEA7.
Weather Crop Bulletin No ' 8 of the
Oregon state Weather Mervlee for .
Weather : Clear, warm weather pre
vailed up to the 19th, when a few light
showers occurred amounting to from .01
to .10 of an inch. The maximum tem
peratures ranged from 48 to 60 degrees
in the Columbia river valley and from
38 to 43 degrees . to the south of it.
Warm northerly winds prevailed on the
15th and 16th.
Chops: The ..warm winds did no
marked damage, further than to dry the
soil still more. The cereal crop is re
ported to be in fair condition in Wasco
and Sherman counties, generally poor in
Gilliam and Morrow counties and fair in
Umatilla , and Union comnties. More
rain in those counties would be of great
benefit and tend to largely increase the
yield. The fruit prospects continues ex
cellent. Berries of all kinds will be
unusually prolific. Strawberries are ri
pening rapidly and large shipments are
being made from Wasco county. Sheep
shearing continues and heavy, clean
are secured. The raage grass is
fairly good. The drives to the moun
tains will begin shortly. The outlook
for the years crop is abopt a fair average
at this date. The success or failure of
the cereal crops depends upon the rain
fall and temperature during the next
four weeks. , .
B. S. Pague,
. Give Them Pyjamas.
The Dalles public schools close on
Friday of this week. , The examination
work in the primary departments and
oral examinations throughout the schools
were completed last week. The written
examinations in the grammar and high
school departments will be completed
Thursday noon. Papers will be re
turned and ' results announced Friday
Closing exercises will be held as fol
Miss Hollister and Miss Rowe Union
street building, 9 :30 a. m. Friday.
Miss Nan Cooper and Miss Welch
East Hill primary,' 2 p. m. Friday. '
Misses Phirman and Flinn and the
Misses Rintoul Academy Park, 2 p. m.
Misses Snell, Ball and Ella Cooper
Union street, 2 p. m. Friday.
High school opera house, Friday 8 :15
The exercises at the school buildings
will be free ; at the jpera house an ad
mission fee of 10 cents will be charged to
pay the incidental expenses. The doors
will not be opened until 7:45 o'clock,
and there will be no sale of reserved
Marshal Blakeney requests ub to say
that much complaint is being made
about cows being left in the city limits
with their bells on at night, thus causing
considerable annoyance to good citizens
who desire to pat in the night without
any serenading from the cud-cbewmg
itinerent dairies. Any well bred cow
should be ashamed to retire for the night
with her jewelry on, especially during
the present financial depression, when
some good citizen, driven by free trade
and the silver erase to the verge of des
peration, might be tempted to burglarize
the cowyard and walk off with the cow
ornaments. There is an ordinance for
bidding law-abiding cows wearing bells
at night, and unless the owners see to it
the marshal will have to. ' Out of regard
for our city marshal we hope that this
note of warning may be heeded, and
that he may not have to become a cow
soubrette, or chief lady-in-waiting to her
lactated highness. The bells should be
removed and each and every cow should
be provided with a pyiama, or some
other sleep producer. '
- - Firemen, Attention.
All firemen are requested to attend
meeting of the department this (Tues
day) evening, in the council room, at 8
o'clock, to take into consideration mat'
ters connected with the flremena' annual
tournament, to be held la Vancouver,
Wash., during the month of September,
Please be on hand and on time too. -John
Mr. C. M. Cartwrieht. of Hay Creek
is id the city.
Mr. Wilbur Bolton and wife are in
Mrs. O. Dunbar of Goldendale is the
guest of Mrs. C. B. Johnson.
Mr. G. D. Snowden spent Sunday in
Portland, returning yesterday.
Miss Lettie Johnston went to Portland
this morning to visit her sister.
Mrs. Fairfowl of Portland is the cuest
oi her aunt, Mrs. J. o. ochenck.
Mr. Henry Ful wider is in the city
visiting his sister, Mrs. D. Bolton.
Mr. C. 8. Walker, ol the Grant Dis
tilling Co. is registered at the Umatilla.
Mr. C. L. Gilbert has rented a borne
here, and moved hia family up from
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Perry ot Hood
River were in the city today, driving up
ver the old Dalles and Handy road tnts
fimrtii no. ftnrl Tt 11 fTlinff t rtlfl BtfAr.
SUNDAY, MAY 26,
On Steamef fEOUliflTOt,
THE DALLES ORCHESTRA. UNION
Steamer will leave The Dalles at 8 A. m, and arrive at
Cascades at 10:30 a. m. Returning leave Cascades at 4 p. m.
The following programme has been arranged: .'.
12 m. Boys' Race. 12:30 p. m. Girls' Race. 1 p. m.
Fat Men's Race. 1 :30 p. m. Sack Rack. 2 to 3 Dancing.
$20.00 in Prizes .will be Distributed.
Tickets can be procured at the principal business houses
and from members of the Orchestra Union.
JOS. T. PETERS & CO.,
Beal Estate Transactions.
United States to Oliver M. Bourland,
lots 2, 3 and 4 and sej sw, sec 7, tp 2
8, r 14 e ; receiver's receipt.
United States to James M. Pattlson,
swj nej and se nwX Bec 1 tp 4 s, r
12 e; patent. r
Hen F. Rodney and wife to Mary B.
Rodney, nw ne, sec 14, tp 2 n, r 10
e; $400. .
Mary B. Rodney to Thomas M. Welch
nwj nej, sec 14, tp 2 n, r 10 e ; $350.
United States to George Booth, lots 3
and 4 and s nw, sec 2, tp 1 n, r 10 tt,
Henry C. Coe and wife to Jennie
Cbamplin, all of lots ft and 7, block 1,
town of Hood River; quit claim, $1.
Jennie Champlin to J. ,L, Atkinson,
lots 5, 6 and 7, block 1, town of Hood
BUILDING : MATERIALS
Teleplxone "No. SO.
Keep Your Eye on-
Rambler and Waverley Bicycles.
Imdiamapoms, Ind., April 27, 1895.
MESSRS.; MAYS & CROWE, The Dalles, Or. .
Gbktlkmin: We have your telegram of the 25th inst., and take pleasure in
entering your 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 everv sense of the word, and von can euarantee to your customers that it
is the equal o'f any machine manufactured. We make no exceptions at all, and
are prepared to prove at any time that there is not a better bicycle in the market.
Yours very truly,
T INDIANA BICYCLE COMPANY.
Wei 'Rob and Sepatr Bleyeles.
Wheels from 48 to SUOO. .
MAYS & CROWE.