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A Few Bargains
We want to call tlie attention of the Ladies to our line of
Outing Flannels at 5c.
In medium and light shades.
Cotton Dress Fabrics at 10c.
We still have a few choice patterns in Dimities, Organdies and Percales.
Irish. Lawns only 8 l-3c.
These Goods are warranted Fast Colors.
Dress Goods 15, 20, 25c.
We are showing some extra good values in Woolen and Cotton Mixtures
at half their original price. We are also showing extra values in
LACES, EMBROIDERY, HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR, WRAPPERS.
ALL GOODS MARKED IN
PEASE & MAYS.
On and after July 15th the BOOK
STORE of M. T. Nolan will be at 54
Second St., next door to Grocery, cor
ner of Union and Second Sts.
The "Clauss" M
American Ivlade Goods.
Our Warranty Is-
If not perfectly .satisfactory, return them
and get another pair. -
The Dalles Daily Chronicle.
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as second-class matter.
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ner line for each subsequent Insertion.
Special rates for long time notices.
All loca". notices received later than 3 o'clock
will appear tbe following day.
Leaves From the Nutebaok of Chronicle
Excursion to the Locks tomorrow.
Tomorrow promises to be another dry
According to the weather report, to
morrow will be fair and slightly warmer.
Christian church Services tomorrow
morning and evening; Rev. I. H.
Haze), pastor. Morning text "Bible
and Tradition." Evening discourse,
"The Boy That Washed His Face." All
are invited to attend.
Three weeks ago it took two hours for
a message to go to Dufur. Today it
takes but the fraction of a minute.
.Nothing illustrates in a more marked
degree the wonderful achievements of
the nineteenth century.
A patent from the United States to
Jas. Jordan, conveying the n of ne'.
e of iih, tec 26, tp 2 s, r 12 e, was
filed today with the county clerk. The
same property was afterward deeded by
J as. Jordan to Geo. W. Jordan.
The teachers' local examination
was concluded last night. Supt.
Shelley and his assistants are busy
marking the papers. The results will
probably be ascertained in time for pub
lication in Monday's Chronicle.
The special train bearing the excur
sion, will leave the Umatilla House to
morrow at 7 a. ui. It will return eome
time in the afternoon. Tickets can be
purchased either at the hotel or tbe
depot. The round fare will be $1.
The Baptiaimal ceieruony will be per
formed tomorrow morning at the Meth
odist church after the regular services.
In the evening the Lords Supper will be
administer. The pastor, J. H. Wood,
will occupy the pulpit both morning and
ing of the recent election of asssistant
fire chief. After Mr. Jacobsen bad been
delared duly elected and qualified, the
Thomas Dunn, who is working at
Chenoweth creek digging for coal, was
struck in the head yesterday afternoon
by an iron bar, which fell from an over
hanging bank. A big gash was cut in
his head, requiring the immediate at
tention of a physician. Dr. Hollieter
took about fifteen stitches to bring the
cut edges together.
City Marshal Blakeney is fixing the
portion of Third street bordering on
Union. This is where the hose teams
practice, and the hoys need to have tbe
ground in perfect shape. Mr. Blakeney
is doing the work of his own free will,
and if the council does not reimburse
him, will make his efforts a donation for
the good of the cause.
A meeting is called for this evening at
the council chambers at 8 o'clock sharp,
for all those who have claims against tbe
railroad company for services performed
during tbe high water of 1894. It is ur
gently requested that all people inter
ested will attend, as important action
regarding the claims against tbe railroad
company will be takeu.
The Chboniclb is in receipt of a com
plimentary ticket to the second annual
regatta, which will be held at Astoria
August 19, 20, 21 and 22. The commit
tee in charge is composed of Messrs. C.
J. Trenchard, E. C. Hughes, F. M. Our-
beck, F. P. Kindall and F. L. Parker.
Everything is being done to make tbe
regratta a grand affair, and as the peo
ple of Astoria never do anything by
halves, success is already assumed. As
toria is tbe ideal place for such a meet
ing, and those who-attend will see a
The case of the State vs. Frank Dav
enport, charged with throwing sawdust
in the stream, was tried before a jury at
Hood itiver. me trial resulted in a
verdict of acquittal, tbe jury being out
but a few minutes. H. S. Wilson, Eyq.,
of this citv represented the defendant,
while the interests of the state were
looked after by C. P. Heald of Hood
R'.ver. The case was brought through
the efforts of the Rod and Gun Club, a
meritorious organization. The jury be
lieved that the defendant had made all
possible endeavor to keep the sawdust
from getting into the Btreains.
The Dalles and lea Neighboring
the guard of the boat for a considerable
distance. As it went in the river it
dashed the spray high in tbe air, mak
ing for the spectators a pretty sight.
The Good Templars will give a lawn
80cial and entertainment in the academy
yard this evening. . A fine program Uas
been prepared, after which lunch will
be served. All those who like a social
time can have it by attending this even
ing. Everything will be given for the
low sum of 15 cents.
: The board of fire delegates held a
meeting at the council chambers last
evening. The only ' business, : which
came before the mem bers, was the ratify-
During the unloading of the niling for
the new warehouse yesterday a large The scow Wasco, loaded with piling
log fell from the top of the load and toreffor the D. P. & AN. Co. s new ware
Last night were beard in Dufur, words
spoken in The Dalles. The telephone
line, about which so tench has been said
in Thx Chronicle and on the street, is
completed to Dufur and conversations
have been held between parties in both
towns. Yetjterday morning Manager J.
W.Condon told a Chronicle reporter
that by evening it was expected the line
would reach Dufur, and his prediction
came true. At 6 o'clock yesterday tbe
the last pold in the long stretch between
the Dal lea and Dufur was placed in posi
tion and in a short time the wire was
stretched upon the cross streets. It
only remained to make the connections
and when this was done the undertaking
Mr. Condon was sitting in the cen
tral office waiting to bear from the other
end of the line. At 7: 30 the bell gave
its well-known ring and Mr. Condon
hastening to the transnitter, said :
"Hello Dufur" and the first word had
crossed the intervening hills and valleys.
Mr. Seufert was at the other end of the
line and an animated conversation was
held between the two owners of the line.
A Cheonicle representative was sent for
and arriving at tbe central office had the
pleasure of talking this is always a
pleasure to newspaper men to Dufur.
After congratulating Mr. Seufert upon
the completion of the line, the Chron
icle reporter was introduced to Mr. C.
P. Balch, who said that the people of
Dufur were much elated at being
brought in swift connection with tbe
outside world. There was a large crowd
of people at the Dufur end of the line,
many of whom sent their yoices along
the wire. Several Dalles ceoDle were
Unvited to the central office to see the
Working of tbe new venture.
' Mr. Condon and Mr. Seufert are to be
congratulated upon their enterprise in
extending the influence of The Dalles.
They have expended time and money
freely and we trust the investment will
be a paying one. Already this morning
a number of business messages have
been eent over the phone to Dufur,
showing that there is a demand for
quick communication between the two
points. It is the intention of the man
agement to still further extend the line.
Tbe office at Dufur is in the store of Mr.
C. P. Balch.
favored this office with a pleasant call
m er resident of The Dalles, is in tbe
Mr. Smith French left this morning
for Ilwaco to join bis family at tbe sea
shore. Ex-Gov. Moody was among those who
went down the river on the boat this
Mrs. A. M. McLeod and children re
turned this morning from a visit in
Mr. W. C. Allawav. general agent of
the D. P. & A. N. Co., went to tbe Cas
cades this rooming.
Mr. A. S. MacAUieter went to Cas
cades this morning on business connect
ed with the boat company.
Mrs. A. McColly, wife of the engineer
of the Regulator, was a passenger to
Portland on the boat today.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben. Wilson were pas
sengers on the Regulator yesterday,
returning home from tbe Lower Cas
Mr. R. W. Crandall, who has been
staying several weeks at Moffit Springs,
returned home last night on the Regulator.
Mr. D. E. Thompson of Los Angeles.
California, arrived on the local this
morning to visit bis son, Mr. A. R.
Mr. John Booth returned on the Reg
ulator last night from Cascade l.-cke,
where he has been spending several
days catching fish.
Mrs. Alexander and daughter. Dora.
returned last night from the springs at
Lower Cascades. Miss Alexander was
very sick taken when there, but comes
back greatly improved.
Mr. Barzee and familv. who have
made The Dalles their home during the
past year, left on the Regulator this
morning for Portland, where, in the fu
ture they will reside.
house, arrived here yesterday afternoon,
having rome from Lyle since morning.
The Wasco has been at Cascades several
days already loaded and only waiting
for a wind to spread its sails. Thursday
at noon the scow left tbe portage encline
and reached Lyle tbe same evening at
7:30, where it remained 6ver night,
arriving in The Dalles the next day.
The logs are of good length and fine
quality. The pile driver is being moved
to the place where the first piles are to
be driven and in a short time the deep
thud of the hammer, as it falls, will let
the people know that one of Che first
fruits of the expected opening of tbe
Cascade Locks is being garnered.
Mr. D. C. Herrin went to Portland on
tbe afternoon train.
Mr. Hugh Glenn returned today from
a nurtiea trip to Portland.
Mr; R. G. Closter went to Cascades on
the Regulator this morning.
Mr. Joseph Freiman returned to bis
home in Portland this morning.
Mr. M. B. Zumwalt of Tygh Valley
gave inn uiiEOMCiE a call today. - -
Harry F redden came borne last nicht
from an outing at Moffit Springs.
Mrs. Henry. Liarettaon was a passen
ger on the Regulator this morning.
Leander Evans and son of Hosier
A CARLOAD OF PIANOS
JaeobseD Book & jVtosie Go.'s,
162 Second St., The Dalles, Or.
Elder Miller of the Calvary Baptist
church, accompanied bv Mrs. Miller,
Miss Mary Zabel, Harvey Wick and Ora
Oabourn, made up a party that spent
the day going to the Cascades and re
ReV. Mr. McDonald and wife, who
have been visiting in The Dalles for sev
eral days, left on tbe boat this morning
for Portland. Mr. McDonald was for
merly pastor of the Methodist church at
And other high grades to select from.
COMPETITIVE SALE now on, and you must remember
we always lead and let the others follow.
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT. Pianos from $150 up
ward, on the installment plan.
JOS. T. PETERS & CO.
The Congregational church, corner
of Court and Fifth street Sunday morn
ing service as usual. Worship, and a
sermon by the pastor, W. C. Curtis. No
services in the evening. Sunday school
immediately after the morning service,
and Young People's Society of Christian
Endeavor at 7 p. m. Topic, Christ's
work for the world. John i : 1-14. All
persons not worshipping elsewhere are
BUILDINC : MATERIALS
Telophono .3XTo. QS.
We are now ready to furnish tele
phone service between The Dalles and
Dufur. For service and rates apply at
Central offioe, in French & Co.'s Bank
Building, The Dalles, Or., or at 0. P.
Baloh's Drugstore, Dufur, Or. Inter
mediate stations will be ready in a few
Seufert & Oondon Telephone Go.
augl7-lw J. W. Oondon, Mgr.
Poison Fly Paper,
We handle the Celcbrafed
' TanRlcfoot " Sticky Fly
Paper and " Dutchei 's "
Poison Paper. Do not be
deceived into baying any
Sticky Fly Paper, other brands
; - ' . ..
Donnell's Drug Store.
Telephone Ho. 15.