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Cole's Air Tight and
Hot Blast ,
When A Fellow's
4- Vell Dressed
Life goes with a swing. There's no
greater luxury than good clothes and
surely none more sensible and eco
There's a feeling of satisfaction in
a perfect fitting suit nothing else can
give. You'll find it in our celebrated
H. S. & M. clothes. This is the
HART, 80HAFFNER ft MARX.
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ALL GOODS MARKED IN
PEASE & MAYS.
The Dalles D
ER 8. 1897
Random OoaenatioDi and Local Events
of Lesser Magnitude.
. Last night's train brought ten
men trom Hood River. '
Circuit court met thia morning. The
docket i9 more than usually long, and
court will probably last for several
The noble sturgeon is . again in evi
dence, meaning that the fishermen are
gathering in whole lots of money for the
catching of him.
Have jour eyes examined by Prof. P.
G. Daut, the scientific optician, at
Liebe's jewelry etore, in the Vogt block.
Examination free. -k
traina can be run over the track. In a
week or ten days the force will go ahead
tracklaving again. . They expect to ; T"e
reach Clifton in about two weeks, says
Today ' Miss Grace Bruen of Grand
Dalles was united in uarriage to Mr.
John McAllister.. LjThe ceremony waa
performed by W. C. Curtis, pastor of
the Congregational church in this city,
at the home of the bride's mother, M
Chas. Bruen, of Grand Dalles. jSiss
Bruen is well and favorably known in
this city, aa well aa in the vicinity of her
home, while the 'groom ia a prosperous
young sheepman of Klickitat county.
The splendid family tourist sleepers of
the Great Northern are now running
daily between Portland and -Spokane,
on the Spokane flyer via O. R. & N.
These cars differ .from the ordinary
tourists sleepers, being built on the
same plan ae regular sleepers but up
holstered in leather instead of plush.
CIRCUIT COURT MEETS.
Grand Jury Appointed
Dockets Called. -
Vice Urand Uoanceuor w. m. uanei 7. 7 r
of the Knights of Pythias, will visit the Th'8 new line of care connects at Spok
local lodge here tonight, and all mem
are requested to be present.
it ine 1
Mrs. W. R. Bernard, the teacher of
embroidery, will be at the home of Mrs.
H. S. Wilton tomorrow afternoon, where
the ladies who wished to meet her may
call upon her, .
. A. Y. Marsh and Geo. Jolea will have
a turkey shoot on the beach on Novem
ber 24th and 25th (Thanksgiving day).
There will also be trap and pigeon
shooting at the same time and place.
Rev. Iliff, who is in this city in the
interest of the Portland hospital, occu
pied the pulpit of the Methodist church 1
yesterday. This was a great treat to
those who were fortunate enough to hear
him, aa Dr. Iliff is a very fine speaker.
The ladiea of the-Lutheran church de
sire to return their thanks to the good
people of The Dalles who eo liberally
patronized their bazaar and assisted bo
materially in making it a grand success.
The net receipts at the bazaar were $425,
for which each' and every patron has
425 separate and distinct thanks.
Three little runaway boys from Mer
lin, aged 7, 9 and 11 years, were picked
up by the marshal on the streets of
Grant's Pass, in Josephine county, last
week. Later the boys were turned
loose, and were finally overtaken by
their father near Hayes. The young
sters were good walkers, as it is seven
teen miles from Grant's Pass to Hayes.
The foot race between Cameron and
Wheat, which is to come off Wednesday
at Wasco, was reported to have been run
Saturday. This we understand is a mis
take, that the parties got together and
tried to get the race pulled off, but alter
scoring several times, no arrangements
could be made, and the parties put up
$150 more, each, on the race which will
come of Wednesday, aa advertised.
Tracklaying on the Goble road waa
completed Thursday to a point a quar
ter of a mile beyond Eldridge's, about
nineteen miles from Astoria, and the
force will now go back on the line, sur
facing and ballasting, so the material
ane with similar cars running to and
rom St. Paul without change. nov3-6
Iuvitations are being issued for the"
grand re-opening of the Commercial
club rooms Saturday evening. The
rooms have been most beautifully and
artistically re-furnished, and the occa
sion next Saturday ia in the nature of
house warming, a gathering of the old
members of the club household in their1
newly-furnished home. It promises t
be the swell event of the season, an
those fortunate enough to receive an i
vitation can consider., themselves fairl
"in the swim." We understand1 "coats
with the srtCuow fork in the tail, and
dresses of the low cut style are to be the
things au fait on that occasion, and a!
ready the pretty girla and brave young
fellows, who dare to deserve them, are
preparing for the event. It 13 just our
luck that instead of a swallow fork, our
coat-tails have a crop and under-bit.
Circuit court met thia morning, with
ndge Bradabaw presiding, District At-j
orney Jayne, (Jlerk Kelsay, Sheriff
river and the full local bar being in
The following were drawn as the
rand jury: Hon E L Smith, Truman
Butler, F H Button, W N Wiley, J A
Parrish, H H Johnston and M B Potter.
Mr Smith was appointed foreman. J
After charging the grand jury, the
dockets were called and proceedings had
aa follows :
, LAW DOCKET,
lenses, using no medicine whatever.
Mr.. Daut has testimonials from dis
tinguished clergymen, congressmen
presidents, and also- from the crowned
head 8 of Europe. While in Berlin, Ger-
many, lie waa aseistant inspector of the
Prussian army for color and sight. - He
isa graduate of the following opthalmic
collegea: - At Berlin. Germany, ' Phila
delphia, Penn., and Winona, Minn,
For the sake of a few home testimoni
ala he will, for the next thirty days,
make a special reduction in all glasses
Call and have your eyes examined, as
he will tell tell you just what is needed
' PERSONAL 31 EN T ION.
A Schernacker vs S C Murphy etal.
A L Sproule vs The Dalles National
G E Barrett vs Geo T Thompson, at
Singer Sewing Machine - Co vs T. J
Driver, decided by court in vacation.
Bayard & Watkina, administrators, vs
Standard Oil Co, motion to amend
I Oregon Wholesale Nursery Co va Wm
f G C Eshelman vs F M Kennedy,
, KRE THE BEST
They heat a room in five minute?.
They save enough fuel the fir6t
year to pay for the etove. 1 '.
4 cents a day is the average cost of
heating a large room 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
heaters. . - . .. .
It ia only necessary to remove ash
es once in six weeks from our
wood stoves. - . .
They aro safe and have a catch to
hold the cover while putting in
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.
Our wood stoves are made with
either sheet iron or cast iron tops
in all sizes, for all purposes.
They are jointlesa 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 burn 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. .
BEWARE of infringers and inferior
imitations, they never equal the origin
al and cost aa much. .
MAIER &, BENTON.
51) e 5a!? of
End of Victor is in town today.
McGrail of Nansene ia in the city
Clarke spent ' yesterday at
The Dalles, Nov. 5, 1897.
To My Patrons and Friends:
I am glad to be able to announce that
I have e ecu red, to take charge "of my
practice. Dr. W. Y. Young, a former
classmate in college, whom I know to
be an excellent physician and a gentle
man whom I can cheerfully recommend
to my friends.
The office will be contiued as a part
nership under the name oi Sutherland
& Young, in the rooms formerly occu
pied oy me. Dr." Young will arrive on
Thursday next, and will take charge of
the practice at once. I trust he will re
ceive! the same generous treatment and
.liberal patronage I have received,
f .'"Yours Very Truly, ,
.... J. .Sutherland.
Wolf Zwicker Iron Works vs I H Taffe,
at issue. ' :
N O Cedar sen, administrator, vs O R
& N, motion to make complaint more
Mrs S J La France va B F - and J H
Shoemaker, default and judgment..
H Herbring va D A Sturgiss, settled.
C E Hill vs C R Hill, settled.
1 fepicenger vs 1 nomas Denton, con
tinued. , " .
Sinnott & Fish va Sam Gill, passed.
J C Ward va S Nace, passed.
A L Spronle va H S Wilson, receiver,
- J T Peters & Co va G W Robertson et
al, settled. '
H Herbring vs Mrs A M Baxter,
E Beck vs H W Cook. .
Johnston Bros va E Darneille, passed.
W R Menefce vs W H Mulkins, default
F C B rosins vs Wm Kodenheiser.
C C Maling va Z Taylor, passed. '
Lenz Bauer vs Antone Bauer, passed.
The Davis Sewing Machine Co va M
F B Fargher va A J Watt.
Has been so much. , larger
than we anticipated, that" our
stock has been demoralized, but
we have just received another
shipment, and can supply your
wants. v '
The "Wilson has Outside draft
and cast sliding top. ' Sold only
by -.; w-i;?; ;;. .;
MAYS & CROWE,
DEALERS " IN :" ,' !-'.
Agricultural Implements, Champion
Mowers and Reapers, Craver Headers, Bain
Wagons, Randolph. Headers and Reapers,
Drapers, Lubricating Oils, Axle G-rease.
Blacksmith Coal and Iron. : ;' ;
Agents ior Waukegan Barb Wire. .
2nd Street, Cor. Jefferson, THE DALLES.
- Fishing Tackle, Notions, Baseball Goods, Hammocks, Baby
Carriages, Books andjStationery at Bedrock Prices, at the . .
Jacobsen Book & Music Co.
Where will also be found the largest and most complete line
of Pianos and other Musical Instruments in Eastern Oregon.
Mall Orders will receive prompt attention.
New-Vogt Block, .
The Dalles, Oregon.
Mr. Henry Pitman, of the Red Front
store at Dufur, is in the city today
Mr. M. Dichtenmuller is in the city
from.Mosier today, and called at thia
office. . , .
Mr. E. Sherar, who has been in Ne
braska for some time, arrived home this
Mr. R. J. Gorman returned Saturday
night from a visit in Portland and the
. Rev. J. R. Warner has been vervlill
of pneumonia for the past two weeks at
his home in this city.
Dr. C. Gertrude French came up from
Portland Saturday and spent Sunday
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S.
-Mrs. Jane " Jameson paseed through
this city, last evening, on her way to
New York, where she will spend the
winter with her daughter.
Misa Jeannette Williams and her
friend, Mrs. E. Cookingham, of Portland
came up on the train last evening, and
are guests of Mrs. H. W. French.
Miss Savage of Astoria came up on
the Dalles City Saturday.- She will visit
the family of Mr. Ha worth ot this city
and Mr. Kicharda, on lower 8-MUe
Messrs. Victor Marden and
Scbanno went over to HarMand yester
day to attend the marriage ceremony of
their friend, Leo Bruen, ana Misa Ish'am.
-Mrs. J. G wilt, accompanied -b'
son, John W., and daughter, Miss Ger
trude, returned to Jrortland this morn
ing, after . visiting Mr. and Mrs. II. S.
Wilson. - -
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.
GEORGE RUCH, Pioneer Grocer.
,1 have a stray horse, a roan, 9 years
old, branded with a figure 2 on the right
hip, at my place on three mile. The
owner can have the same by paying the
cost of this advertisement and . proving
property. Sjsth Morgan. ..
Subscribe for Tbk Chronicle.
Pohuor F. O Oaat Here.
Harry C. Liebe has engaged the ser
vices of Mr. Daut, who comes to our city
highly recommended aa a scientific op
tician ; one who doea not guess at the
requirements of the eye, but gives the
proper correction in: all cases. He fits
with accuracy all cases of myupia, pres
byopia, hypermetropia, heteraphoria,
asthenopia and astigmatism in all its
different forma. . Special attention given
to children's eyes, which should not be
neglected while they are young and at
tending to their studies. He can cor
rect and' cure cross-eye by the use of
In thia city, Saturday, Nov. 6th, by
Elder G. H. . Barnett, Mr. - James C.
Johnson and Miss Mary B. Allen, both
of Wasco county.-
; At Boyd, Or., on Sunday, Nov. 7th,
Mr. . Nicholas Marx and Miss Daiey
Wagonblast, both of Boyd, Wasco
county, Or. . - -
The marriage of Misa Jvlinnie Isham
of Ellensburg and Mr. Leo Bruen, eldest
Bon of Mrs. Chaa. Bruenfef Grand Dalles,
took place at the residence of Mr. James4
Hennel, a relative of jftie bride', at Hart
land, and was attended by only a few
friends and the relanves of the contract
ing parties.' The narriage ceremony of
the Baptist churchwas read by Rev. J.
C. Baker, and after congratulations an
elegant banquet waa served
The happy comple will make their
future home at Kennewipk, Wash.
Are going to close out their business, and they are offering their large stock at
COST PRICES. Now ia the time to buy good Fnrnjture cheap.
All persona knowine themselves indebted to said, firm are requested to call and
' . settle tneir account.
r;e postoffiee pharmacy,
CLARK & FALK, Proprietors.
Pate Dtfucjs and jyiedieines .
. Toilet Articles and Perfumery, ,
pirst Ijr; of Imported apd Dbnestie 5i$ars.
Telephone, 333. V ; New "Vogt Block.
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