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Cole's Air .Tight and
Good Not Good Enough.
. We are not satisfied with conducting a good grocery department. The best
only satisfies us. The best quality of goods at best prices best for bur custom
ers., That pleases you; that pays us. We now carry a full line of
Geo. A. Bayle's
High-grade Food Products.
Salted Corn, -Salted
Pickles: Mixed, Plain, Spiced, Sweet,
Seasoning Salts, , j
Bayle's Sauce, ,
Butter Crackers, .
Extra Dry Biscuits,
, Salted Peanuts,
Mustard: Anchovy, Celery, Horse Rad
ish, Tabasco and English Sandwich ,
. Salad Dressing, , . , . ;
Hot Stuff, --, :
Lunch Herrings. 1 - ' ' -
These goods are the CHOICE OF EPICURES.
ALL GOODS MARKED IN
PEASE & MAYS.
The Dalles Daily Chronicle.
THURSDAYOOpTOBER 28 1897
WAYStC-GLEAN I NGS.
Random Observations and Local Events
of Lesser Magnitude.
A fine easel album will be raffled to
morrow night by Mr 8. Chase at Blakeley
& Houghton's. ' 27-28
Do not fail to attend the Epworth
League entertainment at the Baldwin
opera house tomorrow night.
Next Saturday evening another de
lightful dance will be given at the Bald
win. Admission for gentlemen 50 cents,
ladies free. 28-3t "
The foundation for the new school
building is being laid, and in a short
time The Dalles will have another struc
ture to be proud of. -
Tickets for the lecture at the Congre
gational church Saturday night can be
had at the different drugstores. Admis
sion 25 cents; schoolchildren 10 cents..
Today 77 cents is being paid for
Klickitat bluestem wheat, while Oregon
Club is bringing 76. The prices are
gradually coming up, and it is hoped
that Boon it will reach the 80-cent limit.
Farmers from the country doutho!
here say that the rain we had some
time ago brought up the fall sowing,
and the indications for a good crop of
fall wheat was never better.
Today while blasting was going on
across Mill creek a large stone struck
one of the telegraph poles and broke it
completely off, letting the -wire down
and severing connections with the out
side, world for a time.
Stock in the Pullman Palace Car Com
pany fell five points or more on the
death of the bluider of that great enter
prise, but the property is generally
deemed to be too well organized to suf
fer from want of his personal supervi
sion, . ' ,
Iuactivity in the hop market continues
at Salem. A few purchases are reported
by buyers, at prices ranging from twelve
to fourteen cents. The purchases that
have been made, however, are few, and
the quantities limited, and 'the market
cannot be said to have opened. ,
Frank Hampton of the Hampton
stock ranch at Camp Creek, Crook
county, left Eugene a few days ago with
500 head of cattle, which he is driving
to this side of the mountains. , He is
one of the men who recognize that in a'
short time cattle will be as good as gold.
Turner Oliver has gathered about 200
pounds of sugar beets grown in' different
parts of the Grand Ronde valley, to be
forwarded to - Corvallis for analysis.
The object of the additional analysis is
to ascertain the amount of sugar and
percentage of parity in beets of later
growth than those heretofore sent.
The schooner Novelty arrived at Aber
deen, Wash., Sunday from St, Michaels
with . twenty-three returning miners,
nine of whom are old-timers on the Yu
kon, most of them from Seattle. They
all tell about the scarcity of provisions
at Circle City and Dawson, and give
that as their reason for leaving for the
winter. ' .
Jim Grey, of Wapinitia, while in this
city yesterday was seized with severe
pleurisy pains in the region ot the stom
ach, and for a while it 'was thought
that his malady would prove fatal. Dr.
Hollister was called in several - times
during the afternoon and he succeeded
in bringing the patient around so that
he is able to be on the street today.
One of the greatest Klondike expedi
tions yet organized made a preliminary
start from Yakima Monday, through
the shipment ot nineteen carloads of
horses, numbering 245 head, and twenty
three men, headed by J. W. Cameron.
ey go to Seattle, and will sail from
ctoria by the bark Colorado, which
s been chartered and especially fitted
George Blakeley, W. H.Wilson and
E. C. Pease returned last evening from
Portland, where they have been
furniture for the club rooms. A very
ne lot of farnitnre has been purchased,
but as the money on hand was somewhat
i mi ted, all that was desired could not
be purchased. However, there is snffi-
ient for all present uses, as the mem-
ers will see when the rooms are re
A bereaved husband in Montana has
posted this notice on a pine tree: "My
wife Sarah bas left my ranche When i
didnt Doo a thing bur an i want it dis
tinckly understood that eny man as
takes bur in an Keers fer hur on mi ac
kount Will git himself pumped so full of
Led that some tenderfoot will lOkate
him for a mineral Klame. "" A word ter
the wise is snffishent, and orter work on
fools. p Smith."
The Pendleton Shoe Store Company
filed articles of incorporation in the sec
retary of state's office Tuesday, with a
capital of f3,000, divided into share's of
$50 each. The principal office and plats
of business is to be at Salem, with the
corporate power to do business at Pen
dleton'. The objects are to manufacture
and deal in boots, shoes and leather
findings of every description.. The . in
corporators are: O. E. Krausse, J. R.
Krausse and J. W . Lewis. -
The blizzard which commenced Mon
day night in Colorado lasted till yester
day morning. It not only caused dis
comfort, but also caused severe pecuniary
loss. The streets in Denver were piled
high with snow, broken telegraph poles
hung in mid air- or peered from snow
drifts. . Not less than 300 miles of line
are down. The blizzard reached Kan
sas Tuesday night, and the roads In that
state are blqcked. Snow plows are vain
ly trying to clear the tracks. ' . -
A trip to California for twenty-five
cents is - not - frequently offered to the
people of The Dalles. On Saturday
evening, October 30th, at the Congrega
tional church, Miss Helen Kelleher will
present the scenery and beauties of our
Bister state, and if any reliance can be
placed upon the . statements of those
who have heard her and seen her ster
eopticon illustrations, no one can. afford
to miss this lecture. The proceeds of
the lecture go to tho treasury of the
church.' . y,"
The public library opened last even
ing at Blakeley & Houghton's irugstore.
Hereafter it will be open on Wednesday
nights from 7 ti'l 9 and Jba Saturday
afternoon from 2 till 6, theonly charges
being 25 cents per month.Arhich will be
nsed for purchasing new books. TUla is
a brilliant idea and should be supported
by everyone who has any literary taste.
Nothing is more necessary than a pub
tic library, and if we do not have one
that will be second to none in the state,
it will be out own fault.
Ezra B. Duncan finished delivering
wheat in Pendleton last Saturday, and
received coin of the realm in exchange
for about 9,000 bushels of grain, which
he raised on reservation land. Mr.
Duncan has been an industrious farmer
r a good many years, and deserves his
hare of the prosperity that the "sons of
he soil" are now enjoying. He was
settling up some old scores Saturday in
Pendleton and seemed to like the pro
cess of throwing off the' burden. ; Mr.
Duncan received 70 cents per bushel for
his wheat. It was contracted at 77
cents, but the redaction was made on
account of damage by. rain.
Decree of Honor otertalnme
g program was
last night at the Degree of Ho
tainment, the occasion beingt
ninth anniversary of the
The selections were mostly from Scott's
"Lady of the Lake:'" -
"The Hunter" Canto I
"The Lady of the Lake" Canto
Vocal Duet "The Huutaman".
, . .Alrs..ayhe
"The Rivals" Canto II t
Vocal 8olo "A Warrior Bold
"The Knights Return' ' Canto
nd lrs, V uae;
V.. Mrs Blekelev
Vocal Duet "Evening Song to' the Virgin".
.... . .Mrs Stephens and Mrs. Young
"The Combat" Canto V i. . . : Walter Reavis
"Stirling Castle" Canto VI. .Georgia Sampson
Glee "Merrily, Merrily Gocb the Bark".
Anniversary Poem ............. Mrs. 81erhens
Great credit Is due Mrs; C. J. Cran
dall for the able manner in which the
program was carried ' ' '
'After coffee and cake were served and
the inner to an had been satisfied, danc
ing was indulged in until past the hour
Jof midnight, when, the merry, party
sought their respective homes. ;
; Stands at tne Bead. "
Aug. J. Bogel, the leading druggist of
Shreveport La., says: "Dr. King's
New Discovery is the only thing that
cures my cough, and it is the best seller
I have." J. F. Campbell, perchant of
Safford, Ariz., writes : "Drl King's New
Discovery is all that is claimed, foil it;: it
never fails, and is a sure cure for , Con
sumption, Coughs, and Colds. I cannot
say enough for its merits.'' Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs and Colds is not an experiment.
It has been tried for a. quarter of a cen
tury, and today stands at the '- bead. . It
never disappoints. Free trial bottles at
Blakeley & Houghton's drug store. 1
HRE THE BEST
They heat a room in five minutes.
They save enough fuel the .first
year to pay for the stove. .
4 cents a day is the average cost of
heating a largw roooj with our
stoves. . .., , .
They burn anything " and every
' .' thing combustible. .
A cord "of wood equals a ton of
hard coal in any of our wood
It is only necpssary to remove ash
- es once in six weeks from our
wood stoves. ; .
They are safe and have a catch to
hold the cover ' while putting in
fuel.- - -. . ., i
You have a fire every morning.
Our hot blast draft furnishes a hot
air feed, not cold air, and saves
They are easily moved and set up.
Oar wood stoves are made with
either sheet iron or cast iron tops
in all sizes, for all purposes.
They are jointles9 the. connections
. being so made that the greater
, expansion of the lining don't af
fect the body. , '.
' There are no bolts exposed to the
;; fire to bum off or draw or open
' "' up. a joint. . '
Our coal stove will burn slack and
. makes a ton of soft coal equal to
a ton of bard coal.-
BE vVARE of infringers and inferior
imitations, they never equal the origin
al and cost as mach j
MAlER & BENTON
Sw Paper at Skaguay.
Skaguay has added a newspaper to its
other attractions. It is called the
Skagua .' News, four pages brim full of
ews, and the first number, issued on
)ctober 15, was accompanied by a sup
lement, to accommodate - the press of
natter on hand. r Themoat important
terns furnished by the news are in re
lation to the tramway to be built over
tne bEaguay pass, wnicn it says, will
be constructed at once.
The Shaguay & Lake Bennett Tram
way Company has recently been formed,
with three of our Skazuay residents
as organizers. ' Harry E. Battin repre
sents large moneyed interests ' in Port
land, Or., and along our coast, while
Henry C. Ash, of Philadelphia, is
backed by capital from Eastern States.
Eusley A. -Webster, who is well known
in railway circles as a practical engineer
and builder, will have charge of the con
struction. Skaguay has been chosen as
a terninus, because from , this place, as
the head of navigation a throngh'line
to Lake Bennett can be ' built to carry
freight and passengers from - the tide
water to the head waters of the Yukon
without a single change, at the same
time being the shortest route.' This
tramway will be finished to Summit lake
by that time the sledding : season com
mences, and it will be completed in the
early spring,. so that direct communica
tion can be bad as soon as the lakes are
clear of ice. The altitude of the White
ass is known to be lower than any
other, and here the percentage of grade
Is very moderate by following the water
courses, ravher than the- precipitous
Entertainment at the Baldwin.
The following program will be given
at the Epworth- League entertainment
at the Baldwin tomorrow (Friday) even
ing. Great pains : are being trken to
make it a'flattering success, and all who
attend may be sore of spending a pleas
ant evening. An admission fee of 25
cents will be charged :
. . . Georgia Sampson and Clara Nickelsen
'ableau "Rock of Ages".
Vocal Solo. ......Elizabeth Bonn
Tableau With and AgainBt the Tide. .......
Rec "Naughty Little Girl's View of Life". . . .
Tableau Forbidden Fruit. . ... . . . .... .
Vocal 8olo...r '..-I ....Myrtle Michell
Tableau Soldier's Dream......
Gnitar and Banjo Duet. . . H Parkins and M. Rice
Statuary Sleeping Children . .
Vocal Lmet. . . Dr. Lannerberg and Prof. Landers
Tableau Sunrise, Noon, Sunset, Midnight..
Ladies Quartet. . .V..
Mrs. J. B, Condon, Miss Myrtle Michell, Mrs. A.
. N. Varney, Miss Nelle Sylvester.
Recitation .L .-..Walter Reavis
Htatuary of Six Pieces .
. Caen in lour Checks. .
All county warrants' registered prior
to July 7,' 1893, will be paid at . my
office. Interest ceases after Oct.- 27th,
1897. C. L. Phillips,
. County Treasurer. '
for Sale. .
By The Tygh Valley Land and Live
5tock Co., some fine ' Backs' of the De
laine tvpe. Inquire -of
Jct.11-31, : A. A, Bonxy, Tygh Valley.
Try Schilling's Best tea and baking powder
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED'
- : A fiill line of the Improved Wilson
. We have a dozen different Bizes and Btyles to choose 'from.;
."; Don't forget that we sell the-celebrated ' ' - : -.
JflH JESTIG STEEL and lilHLLEHBLE RBH&E.
The largest an most complete line of Steel Ranges in the
7 City to choose from. .We have sold 18 Majesties . in , the '
last 60 davs. .... . " - . : .
MAYS & CROWE,
Agricultural Implements, Y Champion
Mowers and Reapers, Craver Headers, Bain
Wagons, Randolph ' Headers and Reapers,
drapers. Lubricating Oils, - Axle G-rease.
Blacksmith Coal and Iron.
Agents ior Waukegn Barb Wire. . " I
2nd Street, Cor. Jefferson, - ' THE DALLES.
.Complete Ijiiie of
Fishing Tackle, Notions, Baseball Goods, Hammocks, "Baby '
Carriages, Books and Stationery at Bedrock Prices, at the .
Jacobsen Book & M usic Co.
. W'here will also, be found the largest and. most complete line"' . "
oi Pianos and other Musical Instruments in Eastern OreRon.
: Mail Orders will receive prompt attention. ' "
New Vogt Block,
The Dalles; Oregon.
I have re-opened this well-known Bakery,
and am now prepared to supply every
body with Bread, Pies and Cakes: -Also
all kinds of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
G EORGE RUCH, Pioneer Grocer.
CI o sin
Are going to close out their business, and they are offering their large stock at
COST PRICES.' Now is the time to buy good Furniture cheap
All persona knowing themselves indebted to said firm arerequested to call and
: --" . - settle their account. .; .. f ,
Ji)e postoff iee pipa rma;y,
. CLARK & FALK, Proprietors. ,. , '
Puve ppugs and JVIediGmes.
.v '. Toilet Articles and Perfumery, ";-
piQst Ij of Imported ard Domestie giars.
Telephone, 333. :y':- New Vogt Block.
and get the nevje.