The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948, July 19, 1898, Image 3

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And the interest continues unabated. We determined to make this sale a success if prices would do it,
and we have succeeded. Never in the history of our business has our store been thronged as in the past two
weeks. This week we shall keep up the interest with the prices given below. Terms during this sale cash or
prompt settlement in 30 days. - '
. For 50c you can have
your choice from a clean-up
lot of Shirt Waists repre
senting values from $1.00
to $1.50.
All of our Shirt Waists are up-to-date none more
so than our $1.25, $1-50 and $1.75 lines. Make your se
lection for $1.00.
The lines that we- have been showing-at $2.00, $2.25,
$2.50 and $3.50 need no praise from us, and we know
they will go quickly at $1.75.
Ladies' Summer Underwear.
Ladies' Ribbed Vests, sleeveless 4c
Ladies' Bleached Vests .....12c
Ladies' Cream Lisle Thread Vests, sleeveless ...19c
For 27c we offer you Ladies' Sleeveless Vests in our 35c,
40c and 50c values: v-
Eastern Oregon's Greatest Depaitment Store.
and Boys'
We are offering our 35c
-line of men's silver-grey,
summer-weight Underwear
for 25c and it's a great bargain.
Men's Derby Ribbed Underwear 75c goods for 50c
Balbriggan Underwear 50c goods for 37c
For 75c yon can have a'euit of oar Imported French Balbriggin Under
wear that sells regularly for $1.00.
Some prefer a light-weight Woolen Underwear for the summer. For
ench we have 3 line made by the American Hosiery Company (none better)
regular price $1.25, but now selling for $1.00.
For the boys we have made the price on one line 15c. This is a ridicu
lously low price, and they'll be quickly snapped up.
' Neckwear.
Our Neckwear Showcase is filled with -elegant goods Four-in-Hands,
Teeks, Bows 50c and 75c goods; you may have your choice for 25c.
In no department have
we made more sweeping re
ductions than in our shoe
department. WI13' have we
done this?, not because the
stock is old or worthless";
simply because we need the
room for new goods. The
goods quoted below will
stand the fullest inspection
as. tney are strict!' up-to-date.
Men's Tan Lace Shoes, were $3.00; during this sale
will sell for $1.50
Ladies' Oxtords, needle and square toe, were $3.00;
during this sale will sell for 1.75
Ladies' Chocolate Lace, were $3.00; during this sale
will sell for . 2.00
Misses' Tan, Button, were $2.00; during this sale
will sell for ;. 75
Boys' Satin Calf, Congress, were $2.00; during this
sale will sell for 1.00
Child's Ox Blood Slippers, were $1.50; during this'
- sale will sell for , .75
One-Strap, sizes 8 to 11.
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The Dalles Daily Gtoomeie.
JULY 19, 1898
Don't forget that Kellar keeps the
best ice cream soda in the city. tf
Crushed vioiets, the latest flavor for
ice cream soda at the Columbia Candy
Factory. Give it a trial. tf
Furnished rooms to rent, also suites
of rooms suitable for housekeeping. Ap
ply to 19 and 20, Chapman block. tf
Wanted A girl to do general house
work and accompany a family to the
coast. Must be a good cook. Apply at
this office. 13-tf
The adjourned church meeting, .which
was to have been held this (Tuesday)
evening at the Congregational church,
will be postponed until Tuesday evening,
Jaly 20th.
The Endeavorers of the Christian
church will give a Bhadow and ice cream
social on the lawn of Mr. Geo. Miller,
next door to the church, on Friday even
ing, July 22d. Everybody invited.
Dr. S. H. Frazier will be absent from
his office until Monday, July 25th, and
during his absence Dr. Carlson, D. D.
S., a graduate of the Tacoma dental
school, will have charge of his office.
A. B. Estebenet, the accommodating
proprietor of "Frenchy'a boot black
stand," has his place very neatly ar
ranged and invites the ladies as well as
gentlemen to call and have their boots
The Lewiston Tribune says : The So
mers Family Concert Company gave
one of their first-class entertainments at
the Masonic Opera House, Monday
night to a large, delighted and enthusi
astic audience.
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 scores at the Dalles Commercial
and Athletic Club alleys were as follows
for last week : Monday, A. S. Bennett,
53; Tuesday, Vio Schmidt, 55; Wednes
day. M. T. Nolan, 57; Thursday, M. T.
Nolan, 55; Friday, no score ; Saturday,
M. T. Nolan, 52; Sunday, J. F. Hamp
shire, 49.
On Friday evening, weather permit
ting, the Good Templars will give one of
their enjoyable lawn socials in the
Academy park. A pleasant evening is
promised one and all, so don't miss it.
Ice cream and cake will be furnished at
the low price of 15j.
Thursday evening, July 21st the Som
era Family Musical Comedy Company
She will have a
which the mem-
sign as soon as
will appear at the Baldwin opera house
in one of their first-class up-to-date
programs of chorus singing, Solos, duets,
comic songs, character songs,' coon and
Irish songs and Dutch specialties,
At the Umatilla House alleys the ex
ceptionally high average score of 67 1-7
was made for the week. The following
were the daily score: Monday, Chas.
Schmidt, jr., 60? Tuesday, H. Maetz, 63;
Wednesday, N. J. Sinnott, 68; Thurs
day, Wrn. Birgfeld, 07; Friday, H. Es
ping, 74; Saturday, H. Esping, 71;
Sunday, H. Eaping, Gl.
The work of removing the machinery
from the Steamer Regulator is being
hurried as much as possible and in a
short time the mechanics will be able
to raise the unfortunate craft and float
it to Portland, where it will be thorough
ly repaired. Both the Dalles City and
Inland Flyer will soon be in shape to
ply on the Columbia between The Dalles
an'd Portland.
An informal meeting of the Emer
gency Corps was held last evening at
the Umatilla House parlor. In regard
to the constitution and by-laws. Miss
Annie Lang took the responsibility of
attending to the same,
list at the land office,
bers are requested to
possible. When the list is complete it
will be sent to Portland and the badges
will be forwarded on receipt of .the
The Mukwonago Chief, of Mukwona
go, Wisconsin, says in its issue of July
14th : "Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Sargeant, of
The Dalles, Or., are visiting their niece,
Mrs. A. A. Crocker. Mr. Sargeant is a
brother of the lato Otis F. Sargeant,
and his last visit here was in '93. They
arrived here Saturday night. Mrs. Hall,
of Chicago, a sister of Mrs. Sargeant, is
also a guest at the same home.. A
grand-daughter, Miss Katherine, is with
them on their trip, which is an extend
ed one. Mr. and Mrs. Sargeant are in
their SOtb year, but by no means look
Farmers are already beginning to fig
ure on the yield per acre of their wheat
and although their estimate is apparent
ly high, there is little doubt that it will
reach tbeir highest estimation. In one
field of 300 acres, near Datur, belonging
to Andrew Dufur, many are ready to
wager that it will produce at least forty
bushels. Johnston Bros, have a piece
about the same size adjoining. Mr. Du-fur'e,-
while equally good grain is to be
found in all parts of the county. The
grain crop of 1898 will not only fill the
farmer's purse, huf be a cause of raising
the price of farm lands in this section.
Just before the train bearing the
Bonneville excursionists pulled out of
the union depot at Portland Sunday
morning, A. F. Burton, a painter by ac
cupation, was arrested for having picked
the pocket of Mrs. F. Gilbert. Burton
bad mingled with the crowd of picnick
ers, and during the crush through the
platform gates, Mrs. Gilbert's daughter
says she saw him put his hand in her
pocket and extract the purse. Miss
Gilbert promptly gave the alarm and
Burton was arrested. The purse was
found on the sidewalk at his feet. He
asserts his innocence of the charge.
Burton formerly lived in this city, and
had been in Portland only a few weeks.
His friends say that he is a hard-working
man and has always born a good
It has long been known that there are
rich coal deposits near Astoria and
much prospecting has been done, al
though with indifferent success. A val
uable discovery was made Saturday
morning, inside the city limits. Gordin
& Nelson, the contractors, who are open
ing np a street over the hill to connect
with the proposed . Young's bay bridge,
Eighth street, near
unearthed several
The coal proved to
wnne grading on
Madison avenue,
large pieces of coal.
be of very good quality, and it is un
doubtedly the outcropping of a ledge
several feet below. The hole in which
it was found is about twenty feet deep,
and the graders are determined to fur
ther investigate the deposit. A quan
tity of the coal was throwt upon a
fire and burned freely.
All box rent on postoffice boxes must
be paid before Saturday evening, July
23d. Any boxes on which rent is duo
and not paid by this time will be de
clared vacant.
Busy People.
Prof. Reynolds and his teachers of the
new art seem to be doing a good busi
ness. The Prof, surely has a wonderful
Cam in Xoor Checks.
All county warrants registered prior
to July 12, 1894, will be paid at my
office. , Interest ceases after July 7,
1898. C. L. Phillips,
Conntv Treasnrer.
Say, John,
You take care of the children, and I
will go and learn Prof. Reynold's new
art and decorate our home.
A large number of Dallesites will take
advantage of the 50-cent round trip rate
to Bonneville next Sunday, as all who
made the trip last Sunday report an en
joyable trip. The O. R. & N. Co. will
run an extra coach between The Dalles
and Bonneville, to relieve the over
crowded trains. - tf
To Cure a Cold In One Day.
Take Laxative- Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. Alt druggists refund the money if
it fails to cure. 25c.
Tie Unknown Man Killed Near Viento
Proves to be Frank Anderson.
Saturday afternoon Coroner Butts held
ac inquest over the remains of the un
kr own man found near Viento, the ver
di :t being as follows :
Hitchcock R. R. Camp. Near Viento.
Oregon, July 16, 1893.
We, the undersigned jury, summoned
W. H. Butts, coroner of Wasco coun-
, Oregon, to inquire into the death of
the body now before us, find that the
njame of the deceased was Frank Ander
son, also known by the name of Burke,
aged about 60 years; height about 5 feet
5j inch ; weight about 160 pounds ; fair
cpmplexion, blue eyes, brown hair, light
npusjtache; that he came to his death by
tilling over a cliff about 35 feet high
back of Hitchcock's camp near Viento,
op the night of July 14, 1898.
- F.-B. Crank,
C. E. Simmons,
Job Mullett,
Job Collins,
Frank Olsen, .
H. R. Otib,
F. North.
Moslflr Items.
jMiss Dollie Hosier arrived homo from
Portland last week.
Vd. A. Bryant has a full force of men at
work in the mines at present.
Miss Agnes Watt, who is visiting in
Pe,ndleton, will arrive home soon.
A. Cramer, of Mosier, left for
Seaside Monday last to spend the sum
mer. The sawmill of Deputy Sheriff Fisher,
of this place, is running on full time
Miss Bentley, of Salem, has arrived
in Mosier to teach a ten-weeks' term of
Ed. B. Wood, of Mosier, was in The
Dalles last Tuesday attending to legal
business. -
The new building of Fisher & Co.'s
sawmill in South Mosier is quite an ad
ditionfto that end of town.
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Clarke & Falk have the purest ard
strongest Paris Green in the market. .
Schilling's Best 'tea, and
. Schilling 's Best 'coffee may
not be so wonderfully
strong, but the strength
they have is the strength
of purity, and the flavor
is fine. .
For sale by
L, Rorden & Company
The pleasant flavor, gentle action, and
soothing effects of Syrup of Figs, when
in need of a laxative, and if the father
or mother be costive or bilious, the
most gratifying results follow its use ; so
that it is the best family remedy known
and every familv should have a bottle.
Manufactured by tho California Fig
Syrup Co,
A special coach will be run between
The Dalles and Bonneville every Sun
day hereafter to accommodate the Dalles
people. The coach will be rnn on train
No. 3, leaving The Dalles at 6:55 a. m.
and returning on train No. 4, leaving
Bonneville at 3:32 p. m. Fare only 50
cents for the round trip. tf
Annie It o on ey
Ha a baby, and she is going to learn
Prof. Reynold's new art and paint the
baby's picture. '
H. M. Ryan, teacher of Mandolin,
Guitar and Banjo. Headquarters at
Jacobsen's. tf
Buy a Piano mover, reaper and header.
They are the beet, and the prices are
the lowest. Mays & Crowe. tf
The Lightest
- and Simplest
Plate Cameras.
Eastmans No. 2 Eureka Jr.
Makes Pictures 3Jx3"4 inches; weighs 12.$ oz.
Kodaks, Cameras and Supplies.
Bend for Catalogue.
Wie joouatain
ice cream Freezers.
t3; tSp' 7 J
167 Seconi St. TEE DALLES, OR.
J-!au You 89 Our adis'
Ptfiee only ,$35.
Up-to-Date,in Every Respect.
Adjustable Steel Handle Bars.
Celebrated G. & J. Detachable Tires.
We have opened our renting department with a
line of new wheels.