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About The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948 | View Entire Issue (July 15, 1898)
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The prices we made in the beginning of our GREAT CLEARANCE SALE seemed to strike the popular
fancy. This encourages us to try again. This time it's
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GleaHnee PMees on Dry Goods, JWen's FaFDishings, leu's Boy's' Glothiog and StBia Hats.
All prices quoted during this sale hold good until the end of the sale unless th- supply should become exhausted. - . " ;
ig Goods Oopailoioqi.
JDP FDBJIISQIIIBS BEPWEjlT.
Here's a bargain. ' All wool, Fancy Dress Goods,
34 inches wide; 30, 35 and 40c values; we'll let
them go for ... 20c yd
Here's another. All our 50, GO, 65 and 75c Fancy
Wool Cheviots; it's not cost, but we're willing
to let you own them at.. 38c 3Td
We've got too many. There are great values in our
5 to 3oc goods. They're from one to four inches wide,
and we're going to sell them to you during this sale
For Just Half Price.
Eastern Oregon's Greatest Depaitment Store.
Men's Laundered Colored Shirts, attached collars.
You'll hardly believe it but we're going to sell
the 50c 75c and $1.00 lines for .........35 cts.
Men's Laundered Colored Shirts, detachable col
lars and cuffs (you don't have to buy the collars
and cuffs, they go with the shirt), which we
thought good-values at $1 and $1.25, sell in this
sale for . 65 cts.
Here's a regular daisy. LAUNDERED WHITE
SHIRTS. They're broken lots but that doesn't
change the value of the goods. We've always
sold them for $1, $1.25 and $1.50; now we'll
sell them for........ ........65 cts.
It's a pretty good time right now to wear a straw hat,
and we'll tell you confidentially that you'll never wear
one for less money than we'll take for ours. Look at
this: 50c Hats for 35c; 75c Hats for 50c; $1.00 Hats for
65c; $1.25 Hats for 85c, and $1.50 Hats for $1.10.
PI'S ' am MS' CLfl T0IJIG DEPT.
Don't overlook this. We'll sell you a Man's Suit,
sizes 36 to 42 it's a good suit too for $4.35.
Here's something though. Just think of buying an
$8 or $9 suit of clothes, wool too, for $6.15. Well, that's
what we'll sell them for.
You want something better; all right, here you are.
We will throw open that handsome line of men's $10.00
suits and close them out at $7.85. -
We're trying to make a clean up and if low prices
will tempt you we're going to do it. Doesn't this look
like it? $12 and $13 Men's Suits for $9.35, and they're
the H. S. & M. Guaranteed Suits at that.
We're not going to make a long talk on Boys' Cloth
ing. We'll only say that we have the clothing, the
marked price has always given good value to the pur
chaser, but we want you to buy it. We'll sell it to you
FOR JUST ONE-HALF THE MARKED PRICE,
Ths Dalles Daily Gbfonicie.
JULY 15, 1898
Pease & Mays are now selling oranges
at 5 centa a dozen. .
Buy a good straw sailor for 25 cents at
A. M'. Williams & Co.'s.
Black alpaca coats, men's linen dust
ers at A. M. Williams & Co.
H. M. Kyan, teacber of Mandolin,
Guitar and Banjo. Headquarters at
Cherries, raspberries, blackberries and
dew berries, at The Dalles Commission
Crushed violets, the latest flavor for
ice cream soda at the Columbia Candy
Factory. Give it a trial. tf
Wanted A pir! to do general house
work and accompany a family to the
coast. Must be a good cook. Apply at
this office. 13-tf
Mr. A. McDaniels, an old resident of
this city, died at his residence on the
hill Wednesday night. He leaves a wife
and two children to mourn his loss.
Commencing with Friday morning,
July 15th, the boats of the D. P. & A. N.
Co. will leave their dock in this city at 7
o'clock, instead of 8 :30, until further no
tice. An entertainment &ni ice cream social
will be given at Fairfield school bouse,
Saturday evening, July 23, by the I. O.
G. T. Entertainment free. Ice cream
and cake 10c. Come and have a good
time. Ibis means you.
Dr. S. H. Frazier will be absent from
his office from Saturday, July 16, to
Monday, July 25. During his absence
Dr. Carlson, D. D. S., a graduate of the
Tacoma dental school, will have charge
of the office.
The Independence West Side Satur
day issued an Omaha Exposition num
ber. It is a souvenir number, devoted
to an exposition of the resources of Polk
county. Several thousand copies will le
sent to the Ouaha exposition for free
Mrs. A. C. Stubling & Son will soon
begin on the erection of a new hot house
especially for the culture of carnations
and violets. The increasing trade makes
this necessary and Mrs. Stubling feels
that her efforts will be appreciated by
her patrons. . jel7
The trial' of Chas. Boss for the murder
of Waltuce Benson, an Indian of the
Toppenish tribe, was beguu in Seattle
Tuesday. Benson was killed .on the
Yakima reservation last Noyember.
The information charges Boss with kill
ing Benson with an iron bar and after
ward breaking his neck. The defense
will endeavor to prove that Benson met
his death by falling from his horse while
The funeral of Mr. McDaniels will
take place from the Baptist church at
10 a. m. today. The services will be
conducted by Bev. Wilburn, while Bev
C. P. Bailey will preach the funeral ser
mon. Friends of the deceased are in
vited to attend.
Beports from Sherman connty state
that haying is in progress in that vicin
ity and in a short timethe farmers will
be working late' and early to harvest one
of the largest crops thfet Sherman county
haB ever produced. To say that the
farmers are jubilantis unnecessary.
A large number of Dallesites will take
advantage of the 59-cent round trip rate
to Bonneville neat Sunday, as all who
made the trip last Sunday report an en
joyable trip. Thfc O. B. & N. Co. will
run an extra coacp between The Dalles
and Bonneville Ito relieve the over
crowded trains. I tf
The Sarah Diron arrived last evening
after having gone to
met the Baker which,
e swift water, was not
(to come as far as the
of freight and passen-
de at this place until
egulator and Dalles
o to go into service
about 9 o'clock,
on account of t
locks. A transfi
gers win De m
such time as the
City are in sh
jeweler, put in a
which he is ready
his friends, patro
public to call and
C'arke, the east end
ne stock of watches,
nd opticians goods,
o offer at the lowest
a and the general
spect his stock be-
ewbere. " He has
been in the jeweli
city for over three
it thoroughly so that
upon to do first-class
y business in this
a and understands
e can be relied
airing as well as
the goods he
make the lowest prices
Ex-County Clerk L.V. Ehlen of
Marion county, who has ween missing
from Salem since tbe mornrog of the day
the tally-sheet forgeries werkdiscovered,
returned Wednesday evening, in cam.
pany with District AttorteyHayden.
ESlen was met at the train byVTilmon
Ford, who conducted the preliminary
examination of D'Arcy, Caraon and
Bichardson, and after making a short
call at his home he was tyken to Ford's
office, evidently for the purpose ol avoid
ing reporters. No communication could
be rereived from Ehlen or his friends
tonight, but it may safely be said that
he has returned to tell what he knows
about the ballot frauds, and to straighten
up any deficiencies that may -be found
in his accounts. The experts will prob
ably report tomorrow, and it is expected
that the report will show a deficiency of
something lees than $3,000, This will
be made good by Eblen's relatives.
Ehlen's return will probably lead to
more arrests and sensational develop
ments. The catch of salmon on tbe tipper
river, has fallen oft somewhat during
the last week, and at present a light
catch is -being made. On the lower
river the catch is reported very heavy,
and some of the canneries are getting
more fish than they can handle. With
an increase in the catch on the lower
river it means a like increase in a few
days on the upper river, so that the
fishermen around The Dalles are look
ing for a big run shortly. So far ths
fishermen have done very well, and
with an iucreased catch towards the end
of the eeason, they will reap a fairly
Funeral of George I. Morgan.
Fraternity hall was well filled with
friends last evening, who had gathered
to pay their last tribute to one who dur
ing life was highly respected by all
George P. Morgan.
The order ot Workmen, of which de
ceased was a member, attended in a
body and took charge of the services at
the cemetery, the services at the hall
being conducted by Bev. Jos. DeForest,
of the Episcopal ehurch. Two very ap
propriate hymns were sung by the
choir, and tbe solo by Miss Georgia
Sampson, "Over the Stars There is
Best," was particularly sweet and im
pressive. The floral offerings were many and
very beautiful, showing that the friends
of the deceased were anxious to express
their regard for him and their sympa
thy for her who now mourns his loss.
Tbe remains were interred in Odd
A special coach will be run between
The Dalles and Bonneville every Sun
day hereafter to accommodate the Dalles
people! The coach will be run on train
No. 3, leaving The Dalles at 6:55 a. m.
and returning on train No. 4, leaving
Bonnevlle at 3:32 p. m. Fare only 50
cents for the round trip. tf
"I have used Chamberlain's Cough
Bemedy in my family for years and al
ways with good results," saya W. B.
Cooper, of El Bio, Cal. "For small
children we find it especially effective."
For sale by Blakeley & Houghton.
" A yellow canary. A" good singer. Be
ing very tame he may come into some
house. Anyone catching it will be suit
ably rewarded by reporting at this
office. . " 13-2t
Clarke & Falk have the purest and
strongest Paris Green in the market.
Use Clarke & Falk's Boeofoam lor the
teeth. . - -
THREE INDIANS DROWNED.
Two Squaws and an Indian 15 oy Are
Drowned Near Seaferl's A Faulty
Boat Probably Caused the Ac
cidentTwo Others Saved.
Yesterday afternoon the names of
three more unfortunate victims were
enrolled on the already long list of those
who have lost their lives by drowning
in the treacherous Columbia. They
were two squawB and an Indian boy,
who were crossing the river from the
Washington eide at the time the acci
It seems that an Indian and the boy
who was drowned borrowed a boat from
Jake Andrews to bring tiie two equaws
and another Indian across the river.
The boat was a new one, and it is sup
posed was faulty in its construction,
which caused it to npset when they
were rowing near the mouth of 5-M'iIp,
below what is known as tbe big eddy
and quite close to Seufert Bros.' can
nery. It evidently was caught in a
whirlpool, and before the oarsman could
do anything the boat was swamped.
The two men btld on to the eide of
the boat, but the boy and the two In
dian women were thrown into tbe foam
ing water. The two latter embraced
each other as they were thrown from
ths boat and raised to tbe surface twice
in the same position, 'then sinking to
rise no more. The little boy drifted
down the stream further and further
away from the upturned boat, and at
last sunk and nothing more was seen of
him. The two men held on to the boat
with the energy of despair until Jake
Andrews rowed out and rescned them
troni the fate which their companions
had already met.
As tbe Indians were strangers around
Seufert's, we could not learn tbe names
of the three unfortunate victims, but
judge from what we could learn that
they were Yakima Indians who were
coming over ta fish or work for the fish
ermen along the river.
None of tbe bodies have yet been re
Get our prices on Banner Buggies.
We can save yon money. Maya &
Ice cream soda, ice cream and straw
berries at the Columbia Candy Factory.
- Most - poor digestions
badly need such good
as Schilling Best.
For sale by
L. Rorden & Company
Following is the list of letters remain
ing in. the posloffice at The Dalles un
called for July 15, 1898. Persons
calling for the same will give date on
which they were advertised :
Bibby, A J
Brown, S S
Conway, James 3
Cecil, Elsie 2
Cohls, Ralph -Clark,
Dennie, C F
Ellmaker, L A
Foster, W H
Hunkel, W S
Hudgnes, Mrs H
Halstead, S S
Haerey, J F
Johnson, W L 2
Kirk, C E
Martin, G F
Mason, G S
Mathews, F C
Morgan, Nattra 2
Meullock, W F
Nygoist, M -Olsen,
Bellaford, B E
Robinson & Co
Smith, J H
Spring, II M
Trowbridge, Hattie '
Thomas, I D
Vannartan, T C
Waller, O L
Wilson, H " -Wyman,
C A ' -Williums,
Zumwoolt, B F
J. A. Crossen.
Don't forget that Kellar keeps the
best ice cream soda in the city. tf
Use Clarke & Falk'a Floral Lotion for
sunburn and wind chafing. tf
One Minute Cough Cure, cures.
That is what it was made 1st.
ice Bream Freezers.
NO ZINC IN CONTACT WITH CREAM
THF ONLY FREEZFR MADE HAVING
MORE THAN TWO MOTIONS-
FOR SALE BY
...piaier & Benton
..THE HflHDWHHE DEMEflS..
167 SSGOEl St. THE DALLES, OR.
fiav You Our adis'
Price only $35.
Up-to-Date in Every Respect.
Adjustable Steel Handle Bars..
Celebrated G. & J. Detachable Tires.
MAYS & CROWE.
We have opened our renting department wiih a
line of new wheels.