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About The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948 | View Entire Issue (July 22, 1898)
THIS IS THE THIHD WEEK OF OU GEfl GLtEfltHJSLGE SAIiE .
And the interest continues unabated. e 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 ttlement in 30 days. -
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT.
For 50c you can have
3Tour choice from a clean-oip
lot of Shirt Waists repre
senting values . from $1 .00
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' Hibbed 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.
Eastern Oregon's Greatest Department Store.
" We araoffering our 35c
line of men's silver-grey,
for 25c and it's a great bar
Men's Derby Ribbed Underwear 75c goods for 50c
Balbriggan Underwear...:..., 50c goods for 37c
For 75c yon can have a suit of our Imported French Balbriggan Under
wear that sells regularly for f 1.00. ,
Some prefer a light-weight Woolen Underwear for the summer." For
ench we have a 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.
Our Neckwear Showcase is filled with elegant goods Fonr-in-Hande,
Tecks, 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. Wh' 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.
'p stand the fullest inspection,
as they are strictly up-to-date.
Men'sJTan 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.......; .T.. 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 ii.
PEASE & MAYS.
The Dalles Daily Chronicle.
JULY -22, 1898 :
Fruit jars and cans at Mays & Crowe's,
Victor bicycles for $40 at Mays &
Sewing machines, four-drawer cabi
net, $25, at Mays & Crowe's. 3t
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 ia ana zu, (jnapman block. tl
J. II. Blakeney, who some time ago
had hiu leer fractured, has so far recov
ered as to be on the Btreets azain with
the aid of a pair of crutches.
Wednesday night a car load of fine
beef cattle, which Mr. Grimes had pur
chased from L. W. Curtis, of Rockland,
were shipped to the Union Meat Com
pany. .Mies Marie Druse, a graduate of the
Winona State Normal, of Minnesota,
has been elected assistant principal of
the Klickitat academy, in Goldendale,
for the coming school year.
The many friends of Mrs. S. L. Brooks
will be pleased to learn that she is again
able to be out, after a rather severe at
tack of rheumatism, from which she has
been suffering for several weeks.
The Endeavorera of the Christian
church will give a shadow 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
bis 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's 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 gnitar on which Prof. Ryan has
been selling, tickets on for some time
was raffled at Parkins' barber shop yes
terday. Dr. Hotlister held the winning
number which was 51.
A new awning is being erected in front
ot Maetz & Pundt's property on front
street. This is a Deeded improvement
and new planks on some of the side
walks in that vicinity would be appre
ciated by our townspeople.
A special coach will be run between
The Dalles and Bonneville every Sun
day hereafter to accommodate the Dalles
people. The coafih will be run 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
Dr. Hollister, who is treating R. New
I'm, informs ns that he is slowly recov
ering from his serious illness. For a
time sin all hopes were entertained for
his recovery, and the change for the bet
ter will be a source of pleasure to his
We understand that W. H. H. Dufur,
of Dufur, has been appointed forest su
pervisor, to have charge of the northern
portion of the Cascade and Bull Run
reserves. The dispatches bad the name
somewhat mixed but we are certain that-!
the party meant ia none other than Mr.
Dufur, who is a gentleman fully capable
of filling such a position of trust.
Word was received in the city yester
day of the death of Annie, the 8-year old
daugther of Mr. and Mrs. Re mi Ron
deau, of Kingsley, on Wedneeday after
noon. Her ailment was said to have
been scarlet fever and cronp. She was
a bright, intelligent little girl and her
death is a sad blow to her bereaved
parents. The funeral was held from
the family residence yesterday.
The Pendleton East Oregonian says :
"Henry F. Pierce has 3000 acres ot land
sown to wheat this year and 400 acres of
barley. Both the wheat and barley
were eomewhat damaged by the hail
storm of Sunday, July 10th. Some of
Mr. Pierce's barley will yield as high as
50 bushels to the acre, but it will only
average something over 25. He says bis
wheat will possibly average 20 bushels
to the acre, but not more than that."
Agent Lynch ia authority for the'state
ment that the Yakima reservation is
going to be the largest one in America
in point oi population, mere are con-J
stant accessions from wandering and
neighboring tribes, until the number
now nearly approaches 3,000. It ts quite
possible that the not far distant future
may see a company of regulars again
stationed at Fort Simcoe, if the popula
tion should continue to increase as rap
idly as it now is.
A meeting of the Emergency Corps
was held at the Bmall K. of P hall last
evening. Considerable business was
transacted, and the material for fever
bandages was given out to the different
ladies. The goods for the caps has not
yet arrived, but as eoon as it does, notice
of a meeting will be given through the
papers, when the cloth will be given
out to be made into caps by the willing
hands of the members ot the corps.
Wednesday morning while returning
in a hack from Moro, where they opened
the new opera house, the Somers family
met with a serious accident. The neck
joke broke and the team ran away,
dumping the occupants of the hack out
in the road. Mrs. Somers -and Miss
Nellie suffered severe bruises, but the
others luckily escaped. The-team ran
into a barb-wire fence, and much dam
age was done. Mrs. Somers "was sent
to her home in Portland, where she will
receive treatment, while Miss Nellie
pluckily took her place on the stage last
night and did her part admirably in
spite of the fact that her injuries are
Wednesday was one of the great days
of the Willamette Chautauqua Assem
bly women's day. " A conservative es
timate places the number of women in
the park at 2000, and there were at
least 2500 people in the auditorium.
Carload after carload of women went up
from Portland, and it was evident that
the designation women's day was not a
misnomer. The various programs were
very entertaining, and the women in
attendance acquitted themselves very
Among the officers elected in the A.
O. U. W. grand lodge in Portland
Wednesday afternoon we notice the
name of D. C. Herri n, a former Dalles
man, he being elected to the high posi
tion of Grand Master Workman. In
the Degree of Honor Mrs. Ollie Stephens,
of this city, was elected chief of cere
monies, w,hile Mrs. Margaret Herrin,
formerly of this city, was elected re
corder. Among other things it was de
cided that the next meeting of the grand
lodge A. O. U. W. would be held in The
Yesterday afternoon some individual
went into Mays & Crowe's store in this
city and when no one was looking put
as many steel traps into a sack he could
conveniently carry and walked out.
Mr. Baily saw him coming out of the
store with the sack across his shoulder
and afterwards the traps were' missed.
A search was instituted and the man lo
cated, in the east end endeavoring to
dispose of the traps. He was arrested
by Constable Frank Hill and lodged in
the city jail. He will have his bearing
in the justice court today. He refused
to give his name to the authorities when
he was arrested and is a stranger in the
Isaac Guker, owner of the Great
Northern mine at Canyou City, has re
turned from Salt Lake, where he attend
ed, as a delegate from Grant county,
the international mining congress. Mr.
Guker says bis exhibition of $2400 in
nuggets attracted much attention,
equalling any display made at the con
gress. He also, states that gentlemen
representing eastern capital were much
interested in his display, and a num
ber of them signified their intention of
coming West and examining for them
selves the mineral resources of Oregon,
especially the Great Northern mine and
other properties in Eastern "Oregon.
Mr. Guker thinks the holding of an an
nual congress an excellent idea, inas
much, as it tends to interest capital to a
great extent in localities that otherwise
might wait for years for proper develop
For the' most enjoyable outing at the
leaet possible expense of cash and time,
take advantage of theSunday excursions
to Hood River,.CaBcade Locks, Bonne
ville and Multnomah Falls. Fare, 50c
for the round trip. Special car from
The Dalles every Sunday. These ex
cursions are growing very popular, and
the indications are that the largest
crowd'of the season will take advantage
of them next Sunday.
Claud Branton, accused of the murder
of John Linn on the night of June 15tb,
was arrested on the streets of Eugene
Wednesday, and is now in the county
jail. He arrived in town from the
north on the afternoon train. Soon af
ter, while passing down the Btreet, he
was recognized by Al Auten, who imme
diately notified Deputy Sheriff Day, who
went out and in a few moments found
Branton leaving town and placed htm
under arrest. He admits nothing con
cerning the crime. He says after he left
Pleasant Hill, July 3J, he went to Tope
ka, Xas., in search of work, but, finding
none, returned home. The time for his
preliminary hearing has not yet been
Bob Moore, ot La Fayette, Ind., Eays
that for constipation he has found De
Witt's Little Early Risers to be perfect.
They never gripe. Try them for liver
and stomach troubles.- For sale by the
.Snipes-Kinersly Drug Co.
A GOOD SHOW.
Ail dogs running at large, without a
license tag, after the 1st of August, will
be impounded. Cuas. F. Lauer,
-TYGH VALLEY ROLLER MILL
At all times flour equal to the best for
sale at Tygh Valley Roller Mills, at
prices to suit the times. Also mill feed.
W. M. McCorkle, Prop.
Clarke & Falk have the purest and
strongest Paris Green in the market.
One Minute Cough Cure, cures.
That is what It was made for.
Everybody reads The Chronicle.
Good we mean it; your
grocer pays your money
back if you don't like r
L. Rorden & Company
The Somers . Family Please All With
Their Entertainment Last Night.
The Somers family gave a very credit
able performance at be Baldwin last
evening. Mrs. Somers, on account of
an accidept, "which we mention in an
other column, was not present, but the
two girls, the little boys and their father
performed their parts in a manner that
Professor Ryan, of local fame, added
to the merits-of the program by bis
mandolin solos as well as by the assist
ance he rendered in furnishing material
for local hits.
The show throughout was as good as
could be seen for the money and if the
Somers family play a return engage
ment in the city they can rest assured
that they will be liberally patronized.
The Pocket Kozy Camera
It measures l:yx45x
inches when closed
Strictly a film camera.
Dark room .
Loaded In broad sun
lieht for 12 Pictures at
Clear tinder, three stops and time or Instan
Catalogue free on application.
THE DALLES. OREGON.
jnasou Fruit Jars.
Pints.. . 60c doz.
Quarts. ..............75c doz.
2 quarts :....$1.00 doz.
Vaounx Fruit Jars.
Pints : ..90c dozT
Quarts ............. $1.00 doz.
2 quarts $1.25 doz.
FOR SALE BY
..THE fifllJDWRSE DEiUiEKS..
167 Second St. THE DALLES, OR.
We have just received a shipment of Gents' Victors.
The name is sufficient guaratee of quality.
Ikety m d& Crowe.