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The Dalles, Oregon.
JUNE 8, 1S95
WHAT THE FUTURE WILL BE.
Wasco county ia but throwing aside
ita swaddling clothes. Although one of
the oldest counties in the state, and one
wtiose jurisdiction formerly extended
-from the Cascade range far east, over
the deserts of the plains almost to the
cky mountains, yet its real develop
ment is just beginning. In early .days
we depended on traffic to pour its coffers
of wealth into our laps; and so it did.
When the long line of pack trains ceased
wending their way from our city, the
days of the railroad boom came, and
Tervthing centered . at The Dalles.
When the shops, with their large pay
roll, left us, it seemed as though a
crashing blow had been struck ; but all
the time a development of the country
was going on unconsciously; so gent--ly,
in tact, as to be hardly noticed. The
lulls, which had been stripped of their
luxuriant buncbgrass by grazing stock,
b d been transferred into wheat fields ;
along the creek bottoms orchards were
being carefully planted and nurtured;
ctock farms had been located in places
advantageous because of good ranges
snd altogether the transition from a
Wild frontier to a settled country, with a
steady commercial development, was
But we are in our infancy. The fish
interests have probably reached their
fall development. - The stock raisers
may not increase their stocks and herds
in the same proportion as in the past.
but the wheat growing country baa not
nearly reached its capacity, while the
fruit industry has yet its full life to live,
Hood River is getting a world-wide fame
frits apples and berries. The Dalles
ie shipping cherries, peaches ahd other
Imits to marketswhere these products
c miroand ' the highest - price. The or
chards growing at present only show the
possibility of the future. The hill land
is now being urged as superior to the
creek bottom for large fruits, while soil
that has been looked upon in the past
m almost worthless is today held at a
1 he prospect is bright for this favored
portion of Eastern Oregon. When the
eyes of the immigrant are turned to
wards Oregon they will rest upon the
place they have long been seeking. Let
ns make an effort to get a larger popula
tion, for the more that come the better it
'will be for those that are already here,
The Oregon Scout comes to our table
this morning in a handsomely illastrat
ad edition. We are surprised and
pleased at the beauty of the illustrations
which reflect much credit on the enter
prise and artistic judgment of the pub
lishers. The scenes are mainly views of
Eastern Oregon and accompanied by
' well-written articles of description. A
picture of Bridal Veil falls is especially
praiseworthy. The Chronicle con
gratulate the publishers of the Scout
upon their success, and hopes their en
terprke will he in every way rewarded
PRODUCTIVE DRY HOLLOW.
Bide Through the Orchards Close to
' The Dalles A Industry.
Yesterday afternoon Mr. Emil Schanno
'kimlW invited the editor to take a ride
to the orchards in Dry Hollow. Mr
. fichanno, as a member of the State Hor
tlcultural Commission, is thoroughly
conversant with the fruit - growing of
thia section, and it Is a pleasure to have
him explain the different varieties o
fruit and the progress and needs of fruit
uUure in Wasco county. Driving up
the road past the fair grounds, and over
the hill into a little valley, the orchards
of Dry Hollow are in view.
But a few years ago, where now the
green trees make the whole country a
beautiful picture, was a soil supposedly
.barren. People who prided themselves
in being well informed, said that noth
ing could ever be raised on such land
and hooted at ti.e idea of a person
spending time and money in planting
trees. "Were thev to take a ride similar
to that of yesterday, these same pes si
mists wnu'd receive some knowledge
that would be a sure blow to a belief
t'.e infallibility of their judgment
Such a eight as the 'rees, laden with
fruit of all description, gives sure evi
dt-nce of this county's future.
The first place that- was passed be
longed to the family of , the late Rev. E
P. Roberts, and the large orchard, cov
ering the hillside, is well kept and shows
every evidence of prosperity. Mr. W
H. Taylor, whoae place is the next one
op the road, was not at home ; but a
drive through hia orchard was a revela- j
Men to the writer. Ita size cannot be
told from the road, and the long avenues
of closely planted trees, all showing a
healthy growth, reminded one of the
pictures of the California orange groves.
The ground ietween the trees has been
carefully ploughed and rolled, and
might be said to be as clean as a parlor
carpet. Most of Mr. Taylor's trees are
about six yearn old, but some of them
were planted four rears ago. The limbs
are so heavily laden with fruit that tbey
will have to be stripped, in great part,
to save them from breaking. Mr. Tay
lor . ia just building a large Chrieman
dryer, which ia nearly completed.
The next place visited was that of Mr.
Robt. Cooper. Mr. , Cooper moved to
thia country in the latter part of the
sixties, and selected for his home the
place which he has made into a mag
nificent fruit farm. Hia land liea on
both sides of the road, and the best trees
grow on the hilly part. The cherries
are just beginning to ripen, and the
trees are loaded. Three men were in
the orchard stripping the trees of the
overplus of fruit. - Mr. Cooper, in plant
ing hia trees, placed them twelve and a
half feet apart, bnt baa thinned them
out till there ia now a apace of twenty-
five feet between moat of the treee.
These farms, which for Irck of time
were .the only ones viewed, are well
worth a visit, and the gentlemanly own-
era are very kind to show a stranger many
things of interest. The orchards repre
sent a great outlay of labor and ex
pense, but no one who looks upon the
long linea of trees, with their luscious
burden, can think it a poor investment.
Mr. Henry Klindt, a pioneer resident
of Wasco county, whose place ia a shoit
distance below town, brought Tbb
Chboniclb office today some wheat hay
of remarkable growth. The hay wa
planted last fall on ground which the
water covered and measures six feet in
height. The river left a sediment of
at out twelve inches on Mr. Klindt's
field and the hay crop upon it this year
will be enormous. Mr. Klindt has been
for many years a resident of this county,
but be says never before haa he seen so
much hay raised on a piece of land as
will be gathered on bis place this season
Everyone knows how rich the land in
hgypt along the Kile is made by the
overflow of the river and it is not to be
wondered at that same thing should
happen along the banks of the Col am
bia,. The earn pie now at Thb Chronicle
office would be an excellent specimen of
Wasco county's resources to send abroad
Constable A. A. Urquhart has just re
turned from VVamic, where he arrested
a man named Northrup, charged with
the larceny of some oats from the farm
of Sheriff Driver. He is also accused of
killing a pig belonging to Miss Mamie
Driver. Northrup has the reputation of
being a bad man and when Constable
Urquhart went to a'rest him, he found
him in the brush with a loaded Win
chester. Northrop finally concluded
that it was best to come without too
much delay and ia now in the county
jail. The people of Wamic settlement
are much woiked up against Northrop
and his reputation in that community is
not of the best. ,
ON THE ROAD
to recovery, the
who is taking
hood and moth
erhood the " Pre
scription " ia a
adapted to her
strengthening and cur
ing the derangements
of the sex. Why is it
so many women owe- their beauty to Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription? Because
beauty of form and face radiate from the
common center health. The best bodily
condition results from good food, fresh air
and exercise coupled with the judicious use
of the "Prescription." .
If there be headache, pain in the back,
bearing-down sensations, . or general de
bility, or if there be nervous disturbance,
nervous prostration, and sleeplessness, the
" Prescription " reaches the origin of the
trouble and corrects it. It dispels aches
and pains, corrects displacements and cures
catarrhal inflammation of the lining mem
branes, falling of the womb, ulceration, ir
regularities and kindred maladies.
FALLING OF WOMB."
Mrs. Frank Cam
field, of East Dickin
son, Franklin Co., N.
Y., writes : " I deem it
my duty to express my
deep, heart-felt grati
tude to you for having
been the means, under
Providence, of restor
ing me to health, for I
have been by spells un
able to walk. My
troubles were of the
and bearing-down sen
sations and the doctors
all said, they could not
Twelve bottles of Dr.
Mrs. Cam field, i
Pierce's wonderful Favorite Prescription
has cured me." "
Lane Bros., the blacksmiths, have an
improvement on trail brak?s that takes
at sight. - jn-2wd&w
To all members of Mt. Hood Camp,
No. 59, W. of W. Yon are requested to
be present at 8 o'clock p. m., sharp,
Tuoi-day, June 11th, at Fraternity hall.
A lecture will be delivered by F. A.
Falkenburg on the ol-jfCts of the order.
An invitation is extended to all gentle
men in the woodcraft to be present.
By order of council,
d4ds-wl. W. H. Yockq.
Mrs. L. Gerstel haa just stopped in
The Da les lor a short time, with an ex
hibit of ali kinds of gems, set and unset
direct from the World's and Midwinter
fairs. She also haa the famous msgic
lucky stone and Sumatra gem. See tne
exhibit in C. F. Stephens' dry goods
When Maby was rick, we jare her Cattorta,
When she wss s Child, she cried for Oaatorio.
When she became Miss, ah dung to Caatorla,
Woes soe had Children, she gare them CaaMaia.
Travelers find a safe companion in
De Witt's Colic and Cholera Cure. A
change in drinking water and in diet,
often causes severe and dangerous com
plaints. Thia medicine alwaya cores
them. Snipes-Kinersly Drug Co.
Finest cabinet photos f 2.50 per dozen
at Herrins studio Chapman block, . The
Dalles, Oregon. Eighteen first prizes
taken. Clip thia notice out and bring
it with you and it is good tor one photo
extra with every dozen photos. . j6-lm
The most pleasant little pills -for re
gulating the bowels, are De Witt's Little
Early Risers. Cures sick headache and
constipation Small pill, Small dose. For
sale by Snipes-Kinersly Drug Co.
De Witt's Colic and Cholera Cure
never disappoints, never fails to give im
mediate relief. It cares just as sure as
you take it. For Sale by Snipes-Kin
ersly Drag Co.
Where she can get nice
Where to get the nicest
Where nice, fresh G-ro
ceries are kept.
Where she can get them
in a hurry if she
needs them. -
Call or Telephone.
J. B. CROSSEN,
Ask Central for 62,
Kranich & Bach
k u ix
On Very Easy Terms.
Is' the despairing cry tf thousands
Unsightly skin dis
eases. Do you realize
what this disfigu
ration means to
sensitive souls ?
It means isolation, seclusion.
It is a bar to social and business success.
Do you wonder that despair seizes
upon these sufferers when
Doctors fail, standard remedies fail.
a a . .
Ana nostrums prove worse than use
' less? ' -
Skin diseases are most obstinate to
cure or even relieve.
It is an easy matter to claim to cure
them, but quite another thin to
CUTICURA REMEDIES ' "
Have earned the right to be called
Because for years they have met
with most remarkable success.
There are cases that they cannot cure,
but they are few indeed.
It is no long-drawn-out, expensive
25c. invested in a cake of
Will prove more convincing than
a page of . advertisement. .
CUTICURA works wonders,
And its cures are simply marvellous.
Sold everywhere. Price, CunctraA, 50c.: So.r.
se : Kiwlviiit, Si. i-orraa Dai:n and hum
Cow., SoU Prop Boston. "All about the Skin.' free.
ESOTT TVTC3r JZT.
The above association is
prepared to take a list of all
and any -kind .of Real Estate
for sale or exchange, whereby
the seller will have the undr
vided assistance of the follow
ing Real Estate Agents, or
ganized as an - association for
the purpose of inducing im
migration to Wasco and Sher
man Counties, and generally
stimulating the sale of prop
C. E. Bayard, T.VA. Hud
son, J. G. Koontz & Co., J. M
Huntington & Co., Dufur &
Hill, N. Whealdon, Gibons &
Alarden, G. W. Rowland.
Address any of the above
well known firmsj or .
J. M. Huntington, Sec.
The Daixes, Oregon
The AMERICAN BELL TELEPHONE CO.
125 Milk St., Boston, Mass
This company owns Letters Patent
ISO. 4b3.obtf. granted to Kuiile Berliner
November 17, 1891, fur a combined tele
graph and telephone, coverine all drme
of microphone transmitters or contact
V. B. TLamd Omci, The Dalles, Or.,
Mar. SO. 195.
Complaint having been entered at tbia office
Dy eyivesier bhdcock 8gainst j. uiarence Meek
nr aoanaoning tits Dometesa entry Ho. 8740,
iiaiea iuay wn, isu, upon ine Wy$, J4, IJJ4
8 VV l a l m N W i .8 Hi .Section fi.Tow n n hi r. 1 fU ml h
Range 12 East, in Wasco County, Oregon, with a
view to the cancel 1 lion of mid e try, the said
parties are hereby summoned to appear at tbis
um ts uu me ram uay oi May, itKg, at xu o ClOCZ
m. m. to respond and fnrnish testimony o ncern'
ii8 hiu aiivgct HuuiuuQineHi.
J. V. MOORE, Beglster.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Lakd Office, The Dalles, Or.,1
Notice is herebv e-iven that thA fl Inwln.
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in sunoort of hU claim, and
that said proof will be made before the register
hum receiver oi ine u. . uma omoe, TH liailes,
Olllo P. Wenerg, "
Hd. E. No. 4563, for the 8WJ4 Bee. 10, Tp 5 8 E
12 1., W. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
cuiiiinuuuu resilience upon ana cultivation or,
said land, viz: J. P. Abb .tt. Moh Dlire ami
H. White of Wapinitia, Oregon and Frank Gabel
v, j jib imiiev, irregon. ,
m22-J2tt J AS. F. MOORE, Kegister.
Notice of Final Settlement
Notice is herebv aiven that tha tindersiracri
has filed his final account aa executor of the last
will and testament rf Catherine Wigle, deceased.
The County Court of Wasco county, by an order
maae on tne Z7tn aty oi April, leys, nas nxed
Friday, the 31st day of May. 1K9S. as tha time and
the County Courtroom iu balles Ciy as the place
for heal inn said final account and objections
inereio ana ODjecuons to ine nnai ketiieraeni oi
said estate. WM. U. TAYLOR,
Bring m Your
. And see how cheaply
Men's Suits, Boy's
Li ACES, WOOLENS,
Everything from Hat to Shoes,
C. K. STEPHENS,
of DRY GOODS
CLOTHING-. FURNISHING- GOODS,
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS and CAPS.
Past or present values cut no figure, as goods
MUST be SOLD
Successor to Paul Kreft A Co
. DEALER IN
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASST-
.-, And the Moet Complete and Latest Patterns and Designs ttf',
TTT A TP TP 1-1 A I l 1.1 I a
PEACTICAL PAINTER and PAPER HANGER. None bnt the best brands
of J. W. MASURY'8 PAINTS used
most skilled workmen employed. Agents for Masury Liquid Paints. No chem
icel combination or soap mixture. A first-class article in all colors. All orders
promptly attended to.
Stere and Paint Shoo oorner Third and Washington fits., The Dalles, Oieoi
Successor to Cbrisman A Corson. J
ilfflW FULL LINE OF
, STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES.
Again in business at the old stand. I would be pleased to
see all my formei patrons. Free delirery to any part of town.
AUGUST BUCHLER, Prop'r.
This well-known Brewery is now
east of the Cascades. The latest appliances for the manufacture of good health-
ful Beer have been introduced, and ony
RU PERT & GABEL,
Wholesale and retail manufacturers and dealers in
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Collars,
TENTS and WAGON COVERS,
An all Articles Kept In a First Class Harness Shop.
REPAIRING PROMPTLT DOSE.
- we can dress all of you.
Suits, Silks, Satins,
for everyone. All new stock.
LESS than COST.
ts TTT ATT A T I IK
' . . . . .. . v,
in all onr work, and none bnt the -
turning out the best. Beer ahd Portef
the first-class article will be placed oa
Adjoining . X. Collins A Ce.'s Storey