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Whaf s tli Matter with your Tire?
. DU-SOC Will Make It Hold Wind. n :,
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We have on hand
Are You Interested in Suitings'?
- If you' are, look the values ve are. showing ill our ' .
. . . Center "Window. . Regular 50c goods for
a large stock of
3Q2G per yard.
3Q2C per yard.
They are all right, and again they are not.
RUSSET SHOES turn rusty after a summer's wear.
What is the use denying yourself when you can get "
a pair at almost one-half the regular price?
Below are Some of ttie Va.ltJ.es:
Ladies' Tan Boots, in Lace and Button
Ladies' Tan Boots, in Button ..."
Ladies' Tan Oxfords, Needle and Square. Toe...'
Ladies' Tan Oxfords, Needle and Square Toe...
...Regular $3.50 Sale price $2.30
..Regular 3.00 Sale price 2.20
T.. Regular 3.25 Sale price 2.30
...Regular 2.50 Sale price 1.90
ALL GOODS MARKED IN
PEASE & MAYS
That we are Selling
at resqnabie price.
Leave your order
with 11s.. " v,
MAIER & BENTON
The Dalles. ;
One can of Du-Sock;
Tire full .of air;
No more blue talk;
No more swear.
MAYS &, CROWE.
Keep Oat the flies.
L' . , SCREEN DOORS
WINDOW SCREENS. -
Now in "Stock. New Styles and LowJPrices.
Odd Sizes made to order on Short Notice.
JOS. T. PETERS & CO
The Dalles Daily Chronicle.
PORTLAND, Bept. 3, 1896.
Fob Eastern Oregon Tonight and tomor-
- SEPT. 3, 1896
Random Observations and Local Erenti
, '. of Lesser Magnitude.
' There are now 1100 patients in the in
sane asylum at Salem.
W. H.'.Williams, of Moro, an old'res
Vjdent of Oregon, died the 27th ult.
The material lor tne new aany is Do
ing transferred from Goldendale to The
alles. T '
Mr.' J. M. Murchie has disposed of
his ' livery stable interests to D. ' B.
Mr. w. M. nous has opened up a
very attractive frnit and vegetable stand
in the East End.
'- 'Two-year-old steers, dry cows and
"" heifers bring from $ 15 to $18 in Klamath
. county this year.
' The Southern Oregon Pioneer Society
- will hold its annual reunion at the
coarthQUse square in Jacksonville today.'
f The funeral of Henry A. Dietzel will
take place from the family residence on
j Saturday afternoon, Sept. 5th, at 2
Vo'clock. ' .- ( '
A large consignment of prunes was
shipped up on the- Repulator last night
by Mr. A. H. Jewett, White Salmon,
and will be shipped east by The' Dalles
Commission' Co. tonight.
Hawthorne, the same of attempted
suicide fame, created quite a disturbance
in bis neighborhood last night and was
arrested by Nightwatcbman Wiley.
The charge was disorderly conduct.
R. Hen sell, while engaged in driving
piles at Crates Point this afternoon, was
struck by a falling pile in the forehead
and a deep gash cut about two inches
in length.-. Dr. Holhster was summoned.
who stitched the wound.
Senator Mitchell has arranged to
speak to Eastern. Oregon audiences, in
October, as follows i Thursday the iBt
at Portland ; 2nd, The Dalles; 3d, Pen
"dleton ; 5th, Athena, 2 p. m ; 7th, La
Grande ; 8th, Union ; 10th, Baker City ;
13th, Heppner; loth, Dufur, 2-p. m
19th, Astoria.'. ' . - ,
A new book and news stand has been
'.opened on Second street by Misses Van
Duyn and Owen, formerly of Eugene,
They have secured a number of names
for a circulating library which they will
shortly establish ' in connection with
their store. The membership fee is to
be placed at $1.50 annually.
. -George W. Hansen, the 13-year-old
'. son of Engineer Hansen, is an expert on
the "silent steed," although he has bis
left lee only with which: to work one
i pedal, says the La Grande Chronicle
The little fellow lost his ,leg two years
ago by having it caught in a buggy
wheel. Yet he has bravely mastered
the bicycle until he can heat the average
rider amongst two-legged boys of his age
either at Jong distance riding or fast
The editor of the Astoria Herald is nn-
gallant. ' ifere is how he acknowledged
the receipt of a favo"rvfrom the ladies.
"We tender our thanks to the Ladles'
Aid Society of. Warrenton for a loaf of
home made bread they sent lis this
week. We have bored a hole in it and
find it uaeful for a mallet in making a
Next Sunday Rev." I. F. Tobey, distri
superintendent of the National Chi
ren's Home Society, will preach mar
Ing and evening at the M. E. church, it
which time and place he will explairl
the great work being done' for homeless
ctiildren by the association. He solicits
information- concerning both homeless)
children and childless homes. '
Geo. DeMoss, who with a . party
climbed Mt. Hood recently, writes bis
experiences to the Wasco News.1 The
letter contains this: "Some people
wonder how a person gets , down over
the snow after' passing the more danger
ous places? 'Well I'll tell you how.
One iusc sits down and "gravity" does
the rest. Its hard on clothing though."
A special meeting of Wasco Lodge No.
15, A. F. & A. M. will be held in their
hall The Dalles, Or., on Saturday, Sep
tember 5th, at '12:30 o'clock, for the
purpose of attending the funeral of our
ate Brother Ferdinand H. Dietzel. All
members and sojourning brethren are
equested to be present, . By order of
W. M. F. A. Abernathy, Secy. :
The trial of Quong is going on this
afternoon before ' Justice Filloon. A
Chinese case is the most unsatisfactory
to attempt to try of all. ." The primary
trouble is to get an interpreter that can
talk and understand English. The
next difficulty is to induce them to tell
what they . know.! through the . inter
preter, and finally all 'that they tell is
apt to be false. . .. V .
From data collected it is evident that
the Oregon hop rop will be about 50,000
bales, or one-half of. the 1895 crop, says
the Oregon Agriculturist.: California
and Washington . data are not definite,
but the yield will probably not exceed
40,000 bales in the former state, and 20,
000 in the latter, against 52,000 and 28,
000 bales respectively, in 1895. The re
duction in Oregon; has been greater in
proportion than in the other states. . '
TWO CARS OF. FRUIT
Leave The Dalles Tonight for the East
r The Crop Normal.
This is now the midst of the frnit-
shipping season. Two cars leave to
night, one shipped by The Dalles Com
mission Co. and one by the Oregon Fruit
Union. The shippers interested in the
car shipped by' Mr. Pinkham are A. J.
Linton, Wm. Floyd, Wm. Taylor, R.
Cooper, Marshall Hill, M. D. Farrington,
W, H. Husbands, A. H.' Jewett and Fred
Paddock. ThiB car is entirely of. prunes,
the varieties being Hungarian,' Silver
and Italians. -
The car shipped by The Dalles Com
mission Co. was comprised of the follow
ing: A. H. Jewett 348, .Marshall Hill
38, F. P. Taylor 13, Geo. Snipes 13, J.
H. Stadleman 124, E. Lane 30, A. S.
Bennett 250. ' - "
We are told tbat lor. tne ensiling two
weeks there will .be an average of one
car a day Bent from The Dalles. Last
don on the 11th. . - - . . . ' '
Mr. J. W. Ivey expect to make a tour
of Eastern Oregon during the campaign,
and will probably speak in every county.
Mr. Ivey has stumped Eastern' Oregon
(before, and met with great succees. : He
an. effective campaign speaker, and
his coming will be eagerly awaited by
Eastern Oregen Republicans. '.' r :
year 30 carloads of .fruit were shipped
for the season, and it does not seem as
though the supply is going to be less the
present season, notwithstanding the frost
and cold weather - scare early in the
spring. The growers themselves have
under-estimated tHeir output in nearly
all cases. -.Those who have ptomieed 50
crates on a certain time bring in 100;
one who promised 100 brought in 230.
As regards prrces the effect of Calif
ornia competition is beginning tS mani
fest itself. On August 28th, returns for
a car of Oregon" fruit, amounted to 80
cents. A carload of plums from the
Grande Ronde sold in ' Chicago yester
day at 4050. This latter will result in
a slight loss to the grower.- There are
markets, however, which .have not had
any Oregon fruit this summer. Ameng
these in the West is Omaha.' Pittsburg
and other cities of the tar East will be a
good market for Oregon fruit, as little is
shipped so far, and prices at the present
time are high.
Died, at bis residence in this city, on
hareday mornmer. September' -3d. 1896.
Henry A Dietzel. azed 71 years.
Mr.; Dietzel was a well-known, highly
spected citizen of The' Dalles, having
qved to Oregon from. Illinois five years-
go.. Mr.'.Dietzel ame to Oregon for
bo purpose of ".residing near Jiis sons',
ho had preceded him to , this . placed
e was born iu Greifenberg, Selisia,
Prnssia, on August lotb.1825, and
moved to ' America in 1849. ' He leaves .
surviving him his wife and 'a family of
three sons and. one daughter, all of
wqpm are grown and the sons are well
krjown and highly - respected business
men of this place. Mr. Dietzel was a
robust, man 'and enjoyed the best of.
health xup to' Saturday, August 22d',.
when, he was taken suddenly ill. and
from the first ' itlecame apparent that
he . could not recover. - He gradually
grew worse until ,the end. came peace-.
f nil v at 3' o'clock -this morning. - 3Ir.
Dietzel. lived a consistent,' upright life,'
and was known by all who knew him as
the soul" of honor and honesty. In mat
ters of religion his views were liberal".
He was not a member of any church,
and did not hold to any particular creed,
but bis life was such as might well in
spire the emulation of any good citizen.
The funeral will take place from .the
family residence la this city' on Satur
day the 5th inat., at 2 o'clock. The fun
eral services will be held under the
auspices of the Masonic order, of which
he had been an honored and respected
member for many years. .- ..
When yoq mailt to fray
Seed Wheat, Feed Wheat,
. Rolled Barley, Whole Barley,
" Oats, Rye, Bran, Shorts,
. . ; ' . .'.'.' .. - ' . . ,'.
. ; Or anything n the Feed Line, go td the '
AAASCO : WAREHOUSE.
'"" -Our prices are low and our goods are first-class.
Agents for the celebrated WAISTBURG "PEFRLESS" FLOUR.
. Highest cash price paid for. WHEAT. OATS and BARLEY. .
In a letter received by the undersigned
from ,W.. S. . Geary, he saysr "I have
not seen Ackroid for nearly 2 years. He
or anyone else stories if they say I told
them I Bhould not make The Dalies any
more." I further desire to say, as I
know W." 8.- Geary as a tried man
and thorough mechanic and piano tuner,
he shall have all work of the Jacobsen
Book & Music Co., who will not employ
every tuner or believe the little storie
they sometimes tell to obtain work.
. E.' Jacobsen.
Good butter at 35o per roll, tomatoes
25 per box at J. H. Cross' feed and
grocery store. e2-2t .
The state central committee is busy
arranging dates for the speakers who are
to stump the' state in the interests of
McKinley and Hobart. The campaign
will be an effective one, and ' every ) art
ot the state will be visited- by men who
thoroughly understand the questions of
the campaign, and who can show voters
for which candidates it is to their inter
est to cast their ballots. '. ' -.
''" Senator John" H. Mitchell will make
his opening campaign speech at Wood
burn tomorrow night. ! The Republicans
of Marion county are making great prep
arations for the event, and delegations
of Republicans from Salem and all along
the line' will. be present. His date in
The Dalles is October 2d. ,
v'The early appointments are: :
Hon. JohnF. Caplesat Salem, Septem
- Hon-M. C. George at Hubbard on the
9th. ' " :
Hon. S. M. Yoran, Republican nom
inee for elector, wiil speak at Marsbfield,
September 8th; Myrtle Point on the
8th ; Coquille Cily on the 9th, and Ban-
A suite of rooms, nicely furnished,
suitable for two students, centrally lo
cated below the bluff. For particulars
inquire at The Dalies Commission Uo.'s
store.' - aug31-lm
Awarded ' -Highest
Honors World's Fair,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
V PIONEER GROCER-
Successor to Chrisman & Corson. i
: ,'.'"..-'.'-. . " " V
V r' FULL LINE OF
. STAPLE! and FANCY GROCERIES.
1 Again in business at the old stand. I would be pleased to
see all my former patrons. Free delivery to any part of town.
Jacobson Book & Music Co.
' - .:' TJo. 174 Second Street, V . .. . -
New Vogt Blodk,:V - The Dalles,' Oregon.
Most Perfect Made. '
40 Years the Standard.
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS.
"- And the Most Completeaod' Latest Patterns and' Designs in . -'
WAluL PAPER. WAlJLt PAPER
PRACTICAL PAINTER ana" PAPER HANGER. None but the best brands
of J. W. MASURY'S, PAINTS used in all our work, and .none but the
most skilled workmen employed. Agents for Masury Liquid Paints. No chem
ioel combination or soap mixture. A first-class article in all colors. All orders
promptly attended to. - -
Store and Paint Shon corner Third and Washing ton-Sts.", The Dalles. 0reoi