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Ladies intending to purchase Fall Footwear will do well by inspecting our
immense stock. Our stock is now complete, and we will take especial pleasure
in showing you our latest Berlin, Paris and Needle Toes, in light and medium
weight; Vici Kid. Our prices are right, and over one hundred styles to
10 per cent. Discount, Saturday only.
ALL GOODS MARKED IN
PEASE & MAYS.
We respectfully invite all
those in need of a cook or
heating stove or steel range
to call and examine our new
line and get our prices. We
have a very large assortment
to select from, we can give
you splendid bargains this
year, and will guarantee to
save you money, simply be
cause we are satisfied with
We are also prepared to do
plumbing, tinning, Hot water
heating, furnace work, and
employ none but first class
workmen, pratical and exper
ienced in this class of work.
Air work guaranteed. Spec
ial inducements to cash buyers.
MAIER & BENTON,
Next door to Snipes-Kin-ers
Drug Co.; A. Bettingen's
old stand, Second street.
Nolan's Book Store now lo
cated at No. 54 Second St.
Want a Pointer?
We just want to tell you that we are in the STOVE
business ourselves, and you can't save any money by going
anywhere else for a stove. We will sell you one for as little '
money as anybody, and Ave think a little less. Just come
and see for yourselves before you buy, and say! bring your
money with you. for ve are going to sell them so low
that their won't be profit enough in it to pay our book
keeper's wages while he makes the charge.
VANBIBBER & WORSLEY,
Phone No. so. . THE GROCERS.
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- NOVEMBER 1, 1895
Leaves From the Notebook of Chronicle
Tomorrow is collection day.
Four new mernoera joined the ath
letic clas9 today.
The weather forecast for tomorrow ia
fair and stationary.
The local train from Portland was
half an hour late today.
Mora lumber was shipped this morn
ing on the Regulator for the landing
place at Collins.
November starts in with indications of
rain. We hope it will make up for
One vag appeared before the recorder
this morning and was given a season of
rest in the city jail.
This is the last week of the Portland
Exposition and quite a number of Dalles
people are taking in the finish.
M. Honywill has just opened a fine
line of mens', boys' and youths' clothing.
Read his ad. on the front page.
No change is reportediin the price of
wheat at Rockland. The bidding still
continues active at 4o. and 47 cents
A large number of passengers were
aboard the Regulator this morning,
bound for Portland to take in the closing
days of the exposition.
It is said wild geese are very plentiful
in Sherman county and some of our
local nimrods are preparing to go on a
Buckingham's Dye for the Whiskers
does its work thoroughly, coloring a uni
form brown or black, which, when dry,
will neither rub, wash off, nor soil linen.
The probate court meet9 in regular
session Monday. The county court
meets Wednesday. Now is the time for
those having bills against the county to
file their claims.
The building on the northwest corner
of Court and Front streets, opposite the
D. P. & A. N. Co.'s office, is being je
fitted and will be occupied, when com
pleted, by a saloon.
The Excelsior Club, a new social or
ganization, will give its first dance to
morrow evening in Fraternity hall. The
club starts with a charter membership
of twenty-one persons.
The athletic clas9 held Its first meet
ing last night. Prof. Christol took the
members through some lessons in box
ing and when the boys become proficient
ia the art, eome sanguinary encounters
may be looked for.
Last night the western sky was filled
with black clouds and the indications
were good for a visitation of rain. But
a rollicking wind came up and scattered
the clouds and eome other place received
the desired wetting.
As the Regulator arrived in port
early yesterday, after unloading freight
here she went across the river and took
on 500 sacks of wheat for shipment to
Portland. The dock is still well filled
with sacks of wheat. I
Five hundred copies of the letter pub
lished in The Chronicle of Oct. 21st,
regarding the' Rattlesnake road, have
been printed for distribution throughout
Sherman county. The gentlemen who
are pushing the matter are genuine
A cough which persists day after day,
should not be neglected any longer. It
means something more than a mere
local irritation, and the sooner it is re
lieved the better. Take Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral. It is prompt to act and sure
Don't forget the Tom Thumb wedding
and supper at the Methodist church,
next Monday evening, November 4th.
A large number of invitations have been
sent out, and this general invitation is
given. Let everybody come, for every
body is welcome.
The only permanent cure for chronic
catarrh is to thoroughly expel the poison
from the system by the faithful and per
sistent use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. This
wonderful remedy proves successful
when all other treatment has failed to
relieve the sufferer. '
Some of the members of the Union
Dancing Club, which last year gave
such pleasant parties, are wondering
why something isn't said about reorgan
izing for this season. For those who
like dancing the club was a great attrac
tion and the weather is cool enough now
for such pleasures to begin.
Since March 1st Sheriff Driver and
Deputy Kelly have issued 1872 tax re
ceipts on the roll of 1894. On the roll of
'93, since the present administration
took charge ot the sheriff's office, 310 re
ceipts have been given and on the de
linquent roll of '92 150 receipts. That
tirr.es are getting better is evidenced by
the lessened amount of delinquent taxes
on the roll of '94.
The diamond swindlers, F. A. Pease
and Walter Brooks, who figured in the
flimflam scheme in The Dalles last sum
mer, and after being bound over to the
grand jury jumped their bail, have con
tinued plying the same vocation since
leaving this city. One of them, Pease,
has been arrested in Walla Walla, and
when the proper requisition papers ar
rive, will be taken to Portland to an
swer a charge of larceny there. It is
said there is a reward of $1,500 offered
in San Francisco for the arrest of Brooks.
David Creighton, one of the pioneer
fruit growers of Wasco county, brought
to Thb Chronicle office" this morning, a
Bellflower apple, which measures 14
inches in circumference. It was a
beautiful specimen, we use the past
tenee because the apple no longer exists
as an apple, it having been sacrificed to
a journalistic appetite. It would have
been a prize winner at the Portland ex
position, but it suffered an untimely
fate. There are many other apples that
can take its place to ehow how Wasco
county can grow siich fruit. .
The county clerk has added up the re
ceipts of his office during the month of
October, and finds them to be $275.70.
The amount received during the month
of September was $170.55; so October
presents a good increase. The money
taken in was for the recording of deeds,
mortgages, complaints and the like, and
does not represent any of the work done
for the county, for which no pay is given.
Tomorrow will be everybody's day at
the poultry show, as it will bo the lust
opportunity to see the dis"play. The
doors close at 9 o'clock tomorrow even
ing and on Monday morning the entire
exhibition will go down the river on the
Regulator. The exhibit is truly worthy
of a large patronage and all who have
not yet witnessed it ehould call this
evening or tomorrow.
The famous Norwegian violinist,
August Aamold, will give a concert at
Saint Mary's Academy in this city, on
the evening of November 8th. We trust
that all music-loving people will avail
themselves of this opportunity of hear
ing one of the greatest artists in the
world. Another interesting feature of
the evening will be several vocal num
bers by the renowned soprano, Miss
Commissioners A; D. McDonald and
S. B. Adams, of the Rattlesnake road
project, have held a meeting and chosen
Mr. Fred Gunther of Sherman county as
a third member of the board. Mr.
Gunther is a well-known farmer of our
neighboring county and is heart and soul
in favor of building the road. Monday
the commissioners will go out to the
place where the road is to be built and
work will soon be begun on the grade.
The opening of the locks and the build
ing of the Rattlesnake road will mean
great benefits to be received by Sherman
This morning many an irate citizen is
chasing around through alleys and back
streets looking for a missing gate. Last
night was Hallowe'en and judging from
the appearance of things this morning
the brownies must have been out in full
force. In some portions of town every
gate is off its hinges, while it wouldn't
be safe for a person on Second street to
judge the character of a business houKO
from the sign displayed upon it. N.
Harris' name appears upon George
Ruth's grocery store, while near the top
of the flag staff on the Dalles Lumbering
Company's building swings a watchmaker's-
sign and something which has
the resemblance of a pair of exaggerated
bloomers. Hallowe'en and the 1st of
April are the two trying times of the
year, but boys are ever the same and as
long as nothing is done more mischiev
ous than last night's pranks, it is best to
lake it all good naturedly, hunt np the
loet gates .and replace the wandering
E. O. McCoy, Esq., came down from
Mr. Hugh Gourlay has gone to Port
land on a business trip.
Mrs. J. V. O'Leary of Rutledgc, Sher
man county, is in the city.
Mr. C. W. Dietzel came home from
Portland on the morning's train.
Dr.-and 'Mrs. Eshelman returned last
night from a trip to Portland.
Mrs. A. L. Newman returned home
from Portland on today's train.
Mrs. B. S. Huntington went to Port
land on the boat this morning.
Mr. S. B. Parrish, a well-known citi
zen of Portland, is in the city.
Mr. S. J. La France of Hood Mver
came up to The Dalles this morning.
Mr. Charles Adams was a passenger to 1
Lyle on the Regulator this morning.
Rev. J. A. Speer, chaplain of the In
dian school at Sinemasbo, is in the city.
Messrs. Hugh Morehead and J. C.
Ward of Kingaley are visitors to town
Mr. Jasper Garrison of Sherman
county is in the city visiting his brother,
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Dnfur were pas
sengers to Portland on the afternoon
Mrs. F. C. Wood and Mr. F. H. Van
Norden are registered at the Imperial in
Mr. J. H. Wood, of the firm of Wood
Bros., is taking in the Portland Ex
position. Mrs. C. C. Connellv, who has been in
Indiana and Illinois during the past
summer visiting relatives, returned
home this morning.
Mr. F. A. Wills of Spokane stopped off
in The Dalles today to vinit his friend,
Mr. J. A. Crossen. Mr. Wills is on bis
way to the Portland Exposition.
Mr. nd Mrs. W. S. Myers have been
visiting in Portland. Mrs. Myers' was
on business connected with the relief
corps, of which she is state president.
In The Dallen, Oct. 31st, to the wife of
L. M. Funk, a 9-pound boy.
The Wasco Warehouse Co. have on
sale at their warehouse Seed Wheat,
Feed Wheat, Barley, Barley Chop, Oats
and Hay. Are sole agents in The Dalles
for the now celebrated Goldendale roller
mills flour, the best flour in the market
and sold only in ton lots or over. 9-tf
A nicely iurnished room, suitable for
one or two gentlemen.
o31tf. . J. M. Huntington & Co.
Of4E CHEEK OLiY
JAGOBSEfl BOOK & JVTDSIG GO'S
162 Second Street, The Dalles, Oregon.
One Pound Fine Note Paper,
with 60 Square Envelopes to match
All for ,25 Cents. .
Don't fail to get a box. See Display in our Show Win
dow. Pianos and Organs sold on easy monthly payments.
In School Books and Stationery we are the leaders.
Jacobsen Book & Music Co.
162 Second Street.
Only a few names
a s a "persuader.
Just received, a new and elegant bulk of Handkerchief Extracts and Sachets,
principally "Lundborgs," at
Donnelly Dtug Store.
Telephone flo. 15.
something' to show
in the way of
All Grades and Prices.
Stephens is selling Yarns and Worsteds
cheaper than anybody. He bought
in large quantities last spring when
the prices were low, and gives his
customers the benefit of his fore
sight. New Goods constantly ar
riving. flLs. C. STBFIIElirS,