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Copyright, 1808, by Hart, Schaffner & Marx.
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The Dalles Daily Chronicle.
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 22. 1898
range, four bole, higli ehelf
four hole, high close
Steel range, six hole, high Bhelf $27.50.
Steel range, four hole, high closet and
1 qt. fruit cans, thirty-five cents per
dozen, at Mays & Crowe.
Wanted A girl to do general house
work and lo assist In dining room work.
Apply at Central Hotel. sep22-5t
Salmon, halibut, crabs, clams, lob
sters, shrimps, and in fact any thing
desired in the line of fish, on Wednes
days and Fridays at the Stadejman
License to wed were issued today by
County Clerk Keleay to George R.
Stephens and Miss Anna M. Roberts,
the latter being a well known young
lady of this city while Mr. Stephens is a
resident of the Willamette valley.
Prompt action Sunday saved Moro
from another ruinous fire from spontan
eous combustion of refuse in the bank
scrap basket. A blaze three feet high
had started on its destructive course
which was detected by smoke issuing
though the front.
fWheat teams are pouring in from all
parts of the interior and Klickitat coun
ty by the dozens from early in the morn
ing until after dark. Although the
warehouse companies have as many
hands employed as can work to an ad
vantage, still there is always a long
string of wagons waiting their turns to
unload. The price today is the same as
yesterday, 53 cents per bushes for first
Hamlin's Wizard Oil Company still
continue to draw large crowds at the
Baldwin opera house, and the audience
all have a good word to speak of each in
dividual member ot the company. Every
part of the program is clean and up-to-date,
and any one number on the pro
gram is worth more than the price of
admission. Tonight they will introduce
several novelties, new songs, and several
features that go to make up an evening
of first-class amusement. Go and see
them. You can secure reserved seats
any time by seeing the manager, Mr.
meeting of the ladies of the Catholic
church was held this morning lor the
purpose of considering the question of
f raising funds to pay off the light indebt
edness on the new church building and
purchase the necessary furniture for the
jame. J. hey decided to organize what
will be known as a church fund society.
Mrs. T. Baldwin was elected president,
Miss Annie Flynn, secretary, and Mrs.
Theo. Seufert, treasurer of the society,
while Mrs. Judd Fish, Mrs. Mark Long,
Miss Alma Schanno and Miss Lizzie
Farmer were appointed as a soliciting
committee to secure members and assist
o" Cheviot, Cassimere and
Worsted, dark checks, plaids
or plain goods, finely tail
ored, seams sewed 7tith silk
thread and every suit fully
and completely guaranteed
Hart, Schaffner & Marx
make their clothes in so
many sizes that tbe say to
every customer: "Perfect fit
or your money back ' ' Come
in and try on some of the
nezu styles, re you ac
quainted with this trade
HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX.
PEASE cSc ZtA-5rS.
in the organization of the society. Socials
and entertainments will be Riven oc
casionally to assist in raising the neces
sary fund3, and a membership fee will be
charged each member of the society.
After many weeks of work, faithful
and tireless, by public-spirited citizen
committees of Portland, the Oregon In
dustrial Exposition will tonight open its
doors to the public, celebrating the
event in an appropriate manner by the
rendering of a program appropriate for
the occasion. The people will poor into
the great building, and they will find
there many features to amuse, please
and instruct them. A vast undertaking
it is to put euch an enterprise on its feet,
and get such numbers of exhibits into a
presentable shape, but tha gigantic task
has been accomplished.
After a thorough overhauling of its
machinery and the making of several
changes in the same, the little steamer
Inland Flyer, of the D. P. & A. N. line,
left Portland at 10 o'clock" today to ply
between that place and The Dalles. Al
though the Flyer was run under a light
bead of steam the Cascade Locks was
reached in a trifle over four hours, and
left that place at 2 :30 for The Dalles.
As there is but one boat, the Dalles City,
on the route at present, the Flyer wHl
make. but three trips a week until such
time as another boat is put on, when it
will make daily trips between here and
The activity, which no bystander can
help but note, around the Mays &
Crowe property, demonstrates plainly
the efforts these gentlemen are making
to reconstruct their store buildings as
quickly as possible. Work on the cellar
of the store building is being pushed as
rapidly as possible, and although the ex
cavating is very difficult it is almost
finiehed. The excavating for the drain
age pipes which lead from the cellar to
the sewer across Second street is progress
ing fast and will be finished in a short
time. A large amount of rock for the
foundation is already on the ground
while about five carloads of lumber ar
rived yesterday and is being unloaded
y interviews with several prominent
sheepmen of Long Creek valley show
that there is a determination on the
part ot a great many to hold both sheep
and wool for higher prices next year,
and reports from railroad points of
occasional sales of wool at 15 or 15
cents per pound strengthen that deter
mination. One eheepman, when asked
if he did not believe the "high-water"
mark had been reached already, eaid
"that such might be the case, but a care
ful Burvey of the world's mutton might
not be any higher next spring, he had
no fear of a fall. There is money in
running sheep at the present prices. A
ewe worth $2.85 or $3 now will net her
owner that amount next spring in wool
and a lamb. No I do not look for any
noticeable decline in the price of sheep
or wool for at least three years, and as
long as droughts continue to harrass the
industry in Australia and Great Britain,
our present greatest market will be re
THE SALEM MURDER CASE.
Body Found in the River Probably That
of Kay Sink.
The body found in the Willamette
river near Salem Tuesday is probably
I that of Ray Sink, of Waeco. Circum
stances indicate that be was murdered
for money. No reward has been offered
for the perpetrator of the crime. A man
living in Marion county is being
C. S. Tate, a traveling razor-hone ven
dor, today . identified the remains as
those of the man he met at the Ander
son hotel, in Silverton, a short time ago.
Sheriff Durbin went to Silverton today
and found that the man described - by
Tate was Ray Sink. He had been in
Silverton several days, but was missed
about a week ago. He came from his
home tour miles from Wasco to the val
ley for the purpose of engaging in busi
ness or investing in real estate. He
made inquiries as to the price of a livery
stable and confectionary store at Silver-
ton, and he had been shown farms by
Matt Brown. He exhibited a roll of
greenbacks and was warned not to Ehow
his money to everybody.
Ray Sink and his brother, E. Sink,
were the owners of a large tract of land
in Sherman Co. The latter, accompan
ied by Harry Littlefield, was in Salem
last Thursday lookinr for the missing
man. Sheriff Durbin Tuesday night
telegraphed to E. Sink. A hat has been
found on the bank near where the body
Today in this city, at the residence of
of the bride's mother, Mrs. Mvra H.
Roberts, Mr. George B. Stevenson of
Portland, and Miss Anna May Roberts;
IKev. u. vv. Wells of Cathlamet, YVash
TngToB, officiating. The bridal Dartv
left on the afternoon train for Victoria,
B. C, on a wedding tour. The young
couple will make their future home at
Elder Park, Portland. We extend to
them our hearty congratulations.
Grand millinery Opening.
On Friday afternoon and evening Mrs.
Charles Phillips will hold a grand mil
linery opening of fall and winter goods.
She will have a splendid display of pat
tern hats, and during the evening Prof.
Ryan's quartette will render some of
their best selections, so that the ladies
in attendance will not onlv have the
opportunity of seeing the latest in mil-
linary goods but also of eniovine a
beautiful musical program.
The- Chief Burgess of Milesburg, Pa.
says De Witt's Little Earlv Risers are
the best pills he ever used in him family
during forty years of house keeping.
They cure constipation, sick headache
and stomach and liver troubles. Small
in size but great in results. Suipes
Kinserly Drug Co.
Steady Girl Wanted.
To do housework, washing and cook
ing. Apply at this office. 9 20 St
We have just received a large stock of
Cole's Air l'iuht heaters, which will
sell from $3 50 to $12 00. Every etove
warranted. Call and see our stock of
heaters before purchasing.
...fllaiei l Benton
.THE tfRSDWRfiE DEALERS.,
167 Second St. THE DALLES. OR.
For People "VV hone Stomachs are Weak
and Digestion Poor.
Dr. Harlandson, whose opinion in dis
eases is worthy of attention, says when
a man or woman comes to me complain
ing of indigestion, loss of appetite, sour
stomach, belching, sour watery-risings,
headaches, sleeplessness, lack of ambi
tion and a general run down nervous
condition I advise them to take after
each meal one or two of . Stuart's Dys
pepsia Tablets, allowing the tablet to
dissolve in the mouth, and thus mingle
with the food eaten. The result is that
the food is speedily digested before it
has time to soar and ferment. These
tablets will digest food anyway whether
the stomach wants to or not.because they
contain harmless digestive principles,
vegetable essences, pepsin and Golden
Seal which supply just what the weak
I have advised the tablets with great
success, both in curing indigestion and
to build up the tissues, increase flesh in
thin nervous patients, whose real trouble
was dyspepsia and as soon as the stomach
was put to rights they did not know
what sickness was.
A fifty cent package of Stuart's Dys
pepsia Tablets can be bought at any
drug Btore, and as they are not a secret
patent medicine, they can be used as
often as desired with full assurance that
they contain nothing harmful in the
slighest degree; on' the contrary, any
one whose Btomach is at all deranged
will find great benefit from the use of
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. They will
cure any form of stomach weakness or
disease except cancer of the Btomach.
Full size package at druggists 50c or
$1.00 or by mail from Stuart Co., Marsh
Terdlct of the Coroner's Jury.
The following is the verdict rendered
by the coroners jury at the inquest over
the remains of the young who was
drowned at Hood River last Sunday
morning. The jury was summoned, and
the inquest held by Geo. T Prather in
the absence of Mr. Butts is as follows:
We the undersigned jury summoned
by Geo. T Prather, J. P. and acting cor
oner of Wasco county, Oregon, to en
quire into the cause of the death of the
body of the deceased now before us find :
That the name of the deceased was
Homer Houghton ; his age about 21
"Five Billion Dollars
paid yearly for food in
America One Hundred
Millions for worth Pess
stuff; Ten Millions for
CoL J.W. Brigham, Ass't V. B. Sec'y Agricult
Schillings Best is pure.
For sale by
L Rorden .& Compan''
Our Fire Sale is still on. All goods - -from
25 to 50 per cent reduction.
Noxt Door to Land Office,
J. H. CROSS has removed his store to the Vogt
Block, next door to the Post office, where he will be pleased
to greet his many iormer patrons and a liberal share of new
ones. For CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, HAT,
GRAIN and FEED, SEEDS and FRUITS, &c, your
orders will receive prompt attention, and will be sold at pop
ular prices. Call and see him.
years; height about 5 feet 8 inches;
weight about 150 pounds; fair com
plection; blue eyes; dark hair; occu
That he came to his death by acci
dental drowning while bathing in the
slough opposite Mason's camp, on the
O. R. & N., near railway bridge, No. 117,
on the afternoon of Sunday, September
IS, 1898, near Hood River, Wasco
county, Oregon. Dated. September 18,
1898. Frank Noble,
H. L. Howe,
T. B. Kent,
G. S. Evans.
A Fot-Ponrrt Sapper at the Christian
At the Christian church, on the even
ing of Sept. 27th, the ladfes will serve a
pot-pourri supper, after which they will
have for sale ornamental and useful ar
ticles, such as stand scarfs, carpet di
nans, etc. All are cordially invited.
BILL OF FARE.
What old maid sctaoolmarms own no man, but
Porto Bico. Old Lady's Brew. Chuck.
After Dinner Chow Chow.
Tea Arts. Dalas.
Cure lor Love Sickness.
Sea Aches. ' Our Possible Ancestors.
What Old Maids Are Not.
Humane Advertisements. One of the Few.
To Care a Cold In One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the money if
it fails to cure. 25c.
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve
Cures Piles. Scalds. Burns.
and Music Company..
170 Vogt Block,
12 Perfect Pictures on
12 Glass Plates in
12 Seconds without reloading
Zvery part made to produce perfect plc-
uren mmpjY ana easuv. .every i.e
Every Lens spec!
ally ground, tested and guaranteed.
sets itself and is alwavs readv. Plates
changed by the turn of a button. Any one
can take pictures with the "Cyclone." It
cost little, works easily, keeps in repair, and
requires no extras.
IN THREE SIZES
No. 1. 2x2J, 13.50
Hi-. 2. 3"-;x4!i, S6.00
No. 8. 4x4, flO.OO
Carload of the celebrated Wil
son Heaters just received. - All
sizes and kinds at your own
- Washington Street.
at tl?i5 office.
PORTLAND, SEPT. 22d,
OCTOBER 22, 1898.
The Finest and Greatest Exposition Ever Held
iu the Northwest.
UrmiinnHnTt'il arrl A irTiinTtlfnnol
...uuiuuuiiuiai aim Aiiuimuiai...
Products of Oregon and Washington will be dis
placed in wonder i ul profusion, including -more
varieties than ever before gath
ered together in one exhibit. .
Gold, Silver and Bronze Medals will be Awarded
Marvelously Rich. Specimens from Our
Gold, Silver and Other Mines.
BENNETT'S RENOWNED MILITARY - BAND
Has been engaged for the season.
Astounding Aerial Feats and Acro
Very Low Rates on All Railroads.
ADMISSION Adults 25 cents, Children 10c.
Call and examine the New Improved Light
Running Domestic Sewing Machine before pur
chasing elsewhere. Special prices the coming
week at this store.
You will also find the largest and most complete
stock of Pianos, Organs and other musical
goods, blank books and other office supplies,
stationery, toys, notions and sporting goods ia
"Pa at urn OrpffftTi. PrlflPR tt nmt. thn limps.
THE DAILES, OR.
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