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- - Bii Drives in Wool
Lot No. 1.
Ladies' Black, Full-Fashioned Seamless Hose,
Plain and Ribbed Tops. Regular price, 25c. Closing out price, 15c.
Ladies' Black and Grey Extra Fine Wool Hose,
: Regular price, 30c. Closing out price, 20c.
LOt NO. 3.3333-
Ladies' Extra Fine, Full-Fashioned Hose,
in Plain Black and Grey. These goods are all "Wool and of
superior finish. Regular price, 35 and 40c. Closing out price, 25c.
Children's Fine Ribbed Cashmere Hose,
Full Length, with Cotton Heel and Toe. Reg. 25c. Closing, 15c.
Lot No. 5.sssss -Children's
Extra Heavy Ribbed Bicycle Hose,
in Black and Dark Grey. This is an extra good Hose for
Boys Regular price, 30 and 35c. Closing out price, 20c.
ALL GOODS MARKED IN
PEASE & MAYS.
The Dalles, Oregon.
Nolan's Book Store now located at
No. 54 Second Street, near Union.
The Ty1i Val
Ask Vanbibber & Worsley for it.
40c. Every Square is Full Weight.
A. A. B.
The Dalles Daily Chroniele.
ntered a the Postoffice at Trie Dalies, Oregon
as second-class matter.
- FEBRUARY 7, 1896
Leaves From tlie Notebook of Chronicle
Forecast Fair today; possibly rain,
and warmer tomorrow.
Thomas Morgan was re-elected mayor
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A leap year party is on the tapis for
next week. Further particulars with
Mr. John Brookhouse and daughter,
Mollie, propose to locate permanently at
Spokane Falls. ,
r Mr. Henry FowlerSsrarecting a very
pretty cottage east ofNRobert Mays'
house, on the hill.
A deed wao conveyed to F. G. Kautz
from W. S. Divers today for forty acres
of land in see 21, tb 2 n, r 10 e.
Rev. A. Bronsgeest will, hold services
Sunday at Cascade Locks. Archbishop
Gross will also be present on that day.
There is no use in anyone holding city
warrants, as none of them draw inter
est, and there is over $600 in the city
f The residence of ,T. J. Seufert, on
Third street, has beeihvaised 4 feet.
The structure will be taJhisomely re
modelled within and without.
Bridget J. Bolton was made an Ameri-
rean citizen yesterday "-eiouncing alle
giance to Her Royal Hjfettness, Queen
Victoria of England and Ireland, espe
On Sunday evening there will be an
Epworth Leagu rally at the I. E.
church. The young people will have
charge of the regular eervices. A spe
cial invitation is extended to all young
people to be present.
A writ of review of a judgment that
was entered in the justice court of L. S.
Davis August 10, 1895, wherein R. H.
Guthrie was plaintiff and Geo. Kellar
defendant, was served "upon Justice
Davis today, and will therefore be taken
to the circuit court.
The resignation of Dr. George R. Wal
lace, pastor of the First Congregational
church, was accepted quietly and with
out demonstration by the members of
the church, at a meeting Wednesday
night, at the conclusion of the prayer
meeting, says the Oregonian of today.
As Dr. Wallace himself announced be
fore the members acted upon his resig
nation, there was no other course to fol
low, for he had 'already accepted a call
to another church. This is the Pilgrim
Congregational church, of Chicago, 111.
There will be a meeting of the Mc-
Kl.nley Club at 8 o'clock tomorrow even
ing. Officers will be elected and reports
heard from the delegates who attended
wow will be indulged in, and there will
undoubtedly be plenty of good feeling
and sentiment manifested. Every good
republican is wanted there. Plenty oi
seats will be engaged for all those who
desire to sit down, and plenty of stand
ing room for all those who want to talk.
Remember time and place, Saturday
evening at the council chambers.
. At the late meeting of the Jackson;
hose company, a subject was considered
of interest to all citizens. Many resir
dents of The Dalles may not know thai
there is an ordinance giving firemen the''
same rights as police during the progress
of a fire. In case of need any bystander
or any number of them, may be called
by a fireman to assist him, and failing
to do so, is subject to fine and imprison
ment. In trie case of our last great fire,
it is claimed by some that the Vogt
block might have been saved had there
been more workers and fewer spectators.
The next Republican state convention
will be held in Portland Thursday, April
9, the date being the same as that fixed
for holding the Democratic stale conven
tion. Portland will thus have the two
important assemblies on the same day.
The call for the Republican state ' con
vention states that it is for the' purpose
of nominating candidates for presiden
tial electors and state and district offices,
except congressmen, and of electing four
delegates-at-large to the Republican
national convention, and to transact
such other business as may properly
come before the convention.
Krnest JTacobBen and Annie Urqnhart
Granted Dlrorrel Moody vs.
Late yesterday afternoon Judge Brad
shaw handed the county clerk three im
portant decisions which have engaged
the attention of the people for months
past. They are as follows :
In the matter of the suit for divorce
wherein Annie Urquhart is plaint
iff and A. A. Urquhart is defendant,
the judgment of the court is that the al
legations of the plaintiff, Annie Urqu
hart, are true ; that the plaintiff is the
proper person to have the care and cus
tody of the two children James, aged
13, and Irene, aged 11 years; and that
the marriage contract now existing is
dissolved and held for naught.
n me matter oi tne myorce suit e
titled Ernest Jacobsen vs. Emma Jacob
sen, court decreed that plaintiff, Erne:
Jacobsen, be granted absolute divoree
from defendant, Emma Jacobsen, and
further found that he should have the
care and custody of the minor child,
Katie Helen Jacobsen;
In the matter of the suit of Z. F.
Moody vs. W. D. Richards, defendant,
the court finds that the plaintiff is en
titled to a judgment against the defend
ant for the sum of $126.25 for moneys
advanced and paid to the defendant on
account of wheat sold. It is therefore
ordered and adjudged by this court that
the plaintiff have and recover off and
from the defendant the Bum of $126.25,
with legal interest thereon from this
date, together with his costs and dis
READY FOR BUSINESS.:
The Dalles Commission Co. Will Now
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(The office building of The Dalles Com
mission Co., the old Chronicle office,
corner of Seconav apd Washington
streets, has been fitteXiip and the com
pany began businessXhisrnorning. . The
first consignment was several boxes of
apples from Mr. F. J. Stadleman, and
from this on the Commission Company'
pwULhandle everything that comea
me omce Duuumg contains ampie
room for the storage of whatever may be
brought. In conjunction with this is the
cold storage warehouse, where any de
sired temperature may be continued in
definitely. This is done by means of
pipes filled with ice, and the degree of
temperature regulated by means of com
mon salt. If necessary a temperature
below freezing can be produced. This
building is located near the electiic
light house. Near this also is the coal
.The long years of failure by outside
agencies to handle the fruit business of
Wasco county for the benefit of the pro
ducer, ensures a hearty welcome for the
company in this field of usefulness.
Several well-known citizens are at the
head of it, and the interests of their
patrons are likewise their own. It is
only when the country is prosperous
that the town cau be. Heretofore, the
profits of the fruit business have found
their way into the hands of men and
concerns foreign to our locality and in
terests, and as a consequence Wasco
county, in common, with others, has
performed the inert function of a well
It is the intention of The Dalles Com
mission Company to do business mainly
with outside points, keeping in touch
with the requirements of all profitable
markets any where in the land,' carefully
guarding over-supply, and catering to
every legitimate demand.
Their own success in this field is de
pendent upon the prosperity of their
patrons, and they will consequently en
deavor to "make every edge cut." Ow
ing to the'ir wider business methods it is
a foregone conclusion that they will re
ceive concessions and discounts from
trade manufacturers, as well as public
carriers, which economy is first felt by
The business manager of the com nan v
is jvir. tr. j. staaeiman, wno will nere
after be found at the office of the com
Christian Church Prosperity.
The many friends of the Christian
church will be pleased to know that the
pastor of the church, Rev. I. H. Hazel,
has been retained for another six
months. Mr. Hazel has been the pastor
for the last year, and under his preach
ing the congregation has steadily in
creased, there having been fifty addi
tions to its membership, making a total
membership of 139. The organization
is in a healthy condition, both epiritu
ally and . financially, and all depart
ments of church work are in a prosper
ous condition. Mr. Hazel's Sunday
evening lectures on Revelations have
been listened to by large audiences. He
will continue his lectures on the book of
Revelations for some time to come. A
cordial invitation is extended to anyone
who may wish to attend these services.
The officers, in behalf of the members of
i.the church, desire to thank the many
friends who have so kindly assisted
,'them, for their generosity and expres
sions of good will.
A. Trlamph of Art.
A triumph of the printer's art is the
Portland Illustrated Annual, devoted to
Portland's public echools, a copy of
which reached our table this morning.
The Annual contains half tone portraits
of every teacher in the Portland public
schools, properly classified. The work
of the whole, judged from the portraits
of Miss M. E. Fraser and Miss Nellie
Butler, who are well known in The
Dalles, mast be very lifelike. The cover
page is printed in colors, and is a revela
tion of the possibilities of finite art,
rivalling in beauty the famed mosaics of
ancient times, unhappily lost to repro
duction even in this wonderful age of
the world. The general public will ad
mire the harmonies of color, the delicate
tracery, the gilded lettering of the cover
pages, while the printer will revel in the
"rule work," as may be Been in beauti
ful combinations all through the book.
Anyone who may wish to see this su
perior specimen of the art preservative
of all arts, may have the opportunity
by calling at The Chronicle office. It
is" the wort of Peaslee Bros., Third and
Oak streets, and the material came from
the American Type Founders Co., Portland.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
When sho was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Hiss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria,
It not only is so, it must be so, One
Minute Cough Cure acts quickly, and
that's what makes it go. Snipes-Kiner-sjy,
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
Most Perfect Made.
40 Years the Standard.
OFFICE and SCHOOL SUPPLIES,
For Low Prices, go to the .
Jacobsen Book & Music Company,
162 Second Street,
THE DALLES, OR.
Buy a nice, clean, sweet Perfume or 'Toilet
Water, elegantly put up. It makes a hand
some and much appreciated present.
Prices to "tickle" f
"Long" or "Short" Purses.
DOMEIilt'S CG STORE.
Telephone No. 15
Seed "Wheat, Seed Oats, Seed Rye, Seed
Corn; Afalfa Seed, Clover Seed, Timothy
Seed and other Grass Seeds; Not thern
Grown Seeds, Garden Seeds, Early Minn
esota Com, Dakota Yellow Dent Corn and
Stowell's Evergreen Corn. Yellow Dan- u
vers Onion Sets, Choice large.Mealy Bur-
"bank Seedling Potatoes. .
" Poultry and Eggs Bought and Sold.'" Chofce Assortment of
Groceries Sold Cheap. Terms Positively Cash or Produce, at fj Jj
J. H. CROSS' FEED arid GROCERY STORE