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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (June 1, 1902)
THE MORNING ASTOIUAN, SfNDAY, JCNI! 1. 1002
Wi Imvi) a jjnod lino of full tiuiiiii oIiochc Ciilifurniii
mid (,'latM(ii Nntliiiur better nuidi', 2"cr tho pound.
ROSS, JUGGINS & CO.
. The Morning Astorian
, TKW5PII0NB t.
TODAY 8 WI0AT1HCO,
I'OIlTLAND. May 29.Wxtorn Or.
(ton tartly cUiuily, probably shower;
w urine r, Wnaliliiyton end Northern
lilaho-fitlr and warmer, Katwn Ore
ion Incrrailiitf uloudlni'; warmor,
U lull nulla feed, (train and bay.
A fin rellsh-Peatl Onion In bulk.
We have them. Johnson Dm.
l'urccliilr bat In, ohiutiiilon bootblack,
three export barbers, boat Ol rvle
Occident Harbor Shop
New stock f fancy goode Juat ar
rived at Yokohama Haxaar. Call and
the latest novvllUa from Japan
Yua will Dud tb bout 16o meal In
(nit my at Hit ftlnK Hun lunuunuit,
No. til Commercial Bt.
Hind In your order fur your winter"
supply of fir, slab or hard wood to Kel
ly, the iruiiMfi-r man. Flume 2311 black.
K cieim 15 cents a pint at the
l'rlir Candy Store. We guaranty
our be trem to contain no gelatine
t'a:ronlt hoin Imluntry by smoking
the ' I'lide of Anorla" elfars; flneil
made, Mnufacturvd by MooParlan
The Aatorlan Job printing depart
mnt place the union label on all
printing, flood work at reasonable
price. I'hone Ml.
We cannot prove tVit Schilling's beet
baking powder U better than any oth
er, hut you can, and it ahall rout you
nothing to prove It Johnson Droa.
Thi Itxpulilkan did not hold their
rally .it Oi iwnt hiitiMi lut night on
mrxtint f thi iIIiiom f HHNikor Mul
ky. who ('I have ilfllVftvd Um ad-
A i ni l.Mi.l i.f i'ht-ii mid nii-illuiiiprltml
lif.ltiut multi-i Jimt itcvrd. V nffur
tlu-m at rwlurt-d prW for Ihte wk
..nlr. i'hII and rxumlit". I'llArt. Illlll,
i'lt A N.
Indies flue hair goo.l switches, rata,
trilby, etc., can be ordered of A. K.
Tetereon, Occident Hartwr Shop. Full
, line of beet ha'r tonic and barber
Hoelyn coal lal longer, la deaner
and make e trouble with stove
and chimney fluei than any other
coat on the market, George W. San
horn, agent, Telephone 1311.
John A. Montgomery, at No. 42G
Jlonit ertei t, doea all kin In of tinning,
plumbing, cat and sleam fitting
promptly and skillfully and ut very
Cotichea we carry the largest and
beat eelected stock In the city. The
line Include both amonth and tufted
couches, which we are offering at low
er prlcea than other dealera. Charlea
llellborn & Son.
The merry par He who frequent
Kleventh street after evenlnit enter
tnlnmenta are there for the purpoee of
enjoylntr the famou preparation
nerved Ht the Toke Point Oyter)loue,
They find there the bent In the land.
Ir, M. J. I'atlon la helng treated at
HI. Vlno'iit'M himpitiil, Tot-tlund, fr
neveru nervou.1 prom rullon, tho result
o, mi eleptlu stroke recently esper
lenied In Aatorln. He la Improving,
hut expect to remain two or t'hree
neekn ut the hoHpltal, when he hope
to ho utile In return to Aatni'bv
GREAT EASTERN FURNITURE CO.
We sell all kinds of Kitchen
Utensils at Low Prices.
No. 1 Lamp OJiiirtneya 5e; gimlm trowels fie; J10 loot
eotton elotliliiio "c; No. 1 lump lniruer Tie; knives nml
forks, eneli, fie; Milvorpliited teiiHpoons, set, Ooe; lmrthvootl
cliairseiits e, 10e and ITie. -. . . . , .
We make the best line of hair mattress in the
city from $30.00 down to $7.50. Only
the very best grades of ticking are used.
Let us I'irui'D with you on Carpets, KngH, ami all kinds of
household furniture. Your erodit is good.
GREAT EASTERN FURNITURE CO.
Shanahan Bldg. . Phone Black 2145
All the candidate nd mil the voter
(inoko Li lli'lle Aat'irle. elgar.
Iteinetiili. r i lie Trulllnger-KaMter-llliaik
I'o, will receive the full fleet .,
nlitrn ill their olgur hIoiv Momluy
l. c.iliiiitii. if i'liftoii, we. ln th
city yet-ril,iy mid reixiiia Clifton all
I'iKllt till yeui'M for the HepubllcHII,
Tlie eleiinier Hue II, Elmore left out
yetenlny mninliig for Tlllamodk with
a lirife iiiiiiiiitit of freight and eevetal
Mlll"-r fetlton 'eler celehrilted III
tevwilJi bli'thdity yeitenluy. A num
ber of hi friend were ir--tit and
i bey h.id u rnyul time,
' 'mi. lain Mitlhew leiive thl tnorn
Inif for nu extended trt In 'lie 1,'iuit.
ill! frh-nd wleh. him a bun lynge
! A new line of art aqimr In new and
jiiji in date coloring und detenu, ut
1 reimirktthly low price, li'llAH. IIKH,.
ltK St HON.
! Dr. llc&glea, who Jib been l.uii.ned
!t rtt flleven for a number of ytir
jlciivc tly fr it niv almu-i.t.
ilbi iiiiubi many fri.nl in Adtorla.
I IteV. l)e will deliver the blll'Olhni-
'mte itddreM of the High K'lMd thl
jtvenlnii at I o'lbx-k ul tlw Cimtrregn
' iImihiI cliui-oli. Tho iubll I Invlt'd.
i. M. (Viler, one of Atorla'a mer
chant prince., returned yrnterday
friMii Tillamook, where he had been mi'
a two-weeka trip on buatneaa and
Header urn treated Ui a full done of
Jixitltlc thl morning, but aa thl 1
ttie lnl Imiie tiefor tfw elet-Uon they
Uhoiild bear with the paper, for they
will have a long rem on politic after
i hi, and the pnpef will devote lleelf
In .-w for i long alege.
Voter ahould not fnrgel that tw'h
IMirltleal ctle have adopted the Inl
ilntorv mill Hefcrondum In the-lr td.'t-
.form and that tt mut necenmnrlly
jitirry In thl elertlon. The tnltlnory
'niewnd llmt law ahnll tie Hubmltted 1
Mho voter before tuwiM-d by the tegin-
Inline und the ri-rerendum min thnt
nil Inw iiio-l by the leglnlnture fhall
I Ih unbuilt !cit 1,, tin- volrl't heToie they
iHToimi w law.
'omiiitnt I mude tnat bUyclcN
without light or bell ;tr. run in the
jpHnclpnt aldewalkx of the city i t a
llghtnliih' Mwt, An lice' let. t wan oa'i
jly aviiteil jvMcitluy w hei 1 l.,cy I"1
rin ngiilii! n young lit IV. It I urged
ihiit no olher city In h country ter
mlt.i euch recklean and tlut il.ire
me ordlimnce In Axtj.d.t .uuir xuch
conduct, and that they ought to be
A urpile pwiy wit given In honor
of MIh KlliiilM'tir Kopp kixt evening
mil which a hirge niiinln'r were prea
ent. Hhe will leave Monday evening
for Montana for a vlxlt.
Th iiimmlltee of the lletwll i'lerkx'
Cnlou report thut they have collected
t,,n for the celebrnllon end that they
Khould ralxe $1000 to have n real gmxl
celobrntlo nand Invite tho who wish
to ajlt In the celebration to call on
ny of the nienibera of the commit
tee. Any of the clerkx wiU give you
th nnme of the committee.
WKST SIDia NOTI08.
All tho leaWiera of ihe Wext Side
ii I tended tho Institute In Axtorta laxt
(, V. (lmhntn hax Juxt completed
another launch at hlx bowt yh-rd. Thlx
onu will got to Portland,
ileorgo H. Hlmi-a, xecretnry of the
Oregon Historical Hoobity .vlxlted Mr.
Silas It. Smith lnxt week, and from
him gathered much hlmory of the ear
ly dyx of thlx xectlon. Mr. Smith ex-
neeta (ij ttend the reunkm of the plo
neere In fori land next montit, ;:
C. W, Nob's and wife r at Weaalde
In Ihelr colliiKO for the euoimcr, Mr.
If, Hteera I their giieet at prexent .
Mlm Alma Ji'litmot, waa gtieat of
Minn Kva farkfV laet week nd r
turnei) In Aclorla on Tuexday.
Mr. J, M. Carver, oil Everett, fx
(pending a few week In Warrenton.
tin will return 'to 'bin buxlne about
iIki 1t of June.
Thu Jti'publlcan 'held a final rally
In Warrenton Thuredny night. Oood
miiHlc, good xpeakcrx and good Uine.
Mr. l'k Nelxon uid faniUly left Trl-
day for Utile Fall to wnd the mim
mer with her brothiT, ferry and lien
(n Tiiemlny lut Mlxx K, V. Ilea
ilneed nn clifht and a half mondhx'
term of whuol In dlxtrlct No. i. The
clowlng exeriHuee were wvll attended
by the piileoiM, wbli'h bexpeakx the
Kimii feeling iiinoiiK all n the d!trlct
I'm f.ymun wait prenent and cnngrat
Hinted lhi pa rent a, tiwheni nd chil
dren on the temilmttlon of a very xuc
eexfti xchool year,
Mr, A. Ilnnxen und family have mov
ed to Mltlii rail. Wah.
CHURCH SliKVICES TODAY
At the Dnptlt chunih all the uaua.1
ervlce will tie obeerveil today,
Hubject of t1i morning i ermon " The
Hufferlng Havlor," and "of the evening,
"A frolfllivble Inveatwent," We come
IHvlne c: vlce morning and evening
today In Die ITtut Lulhorun church.
I'ppertuwn, Itev. Oecar Oxtrom will
t'rebyterl.in church. Servleea a u
uul today. In the morning the pax
tor will review the report of the com
mittee on the revlxlon of ti creed ut
the rrebylerla.n chit'jh. Theme of
the evening aervlce "The Wsi' ot
Tranwreaeor la Hard." A vry cor
dial Invitation la -xti!"d to ull.
llev. Harold Obcrg will preil.t :o l.i
congregation In tho Mi th"d;: clurch
the following theme: At H . m.,
"Chrtafa Legacy to Man." At I p.
m "The Prophet's ri)," A very
warm weloome for ail.
Service at draco church Sunday at
11 a. m. and Junior Auxiliary at 4 p.
m. Kvenlng prayer ax Holy Innocent,
I'pper Aatorla, at 7:W.
PpCNU IM.000 IN GOLD.
A pot of gold, auppoeed to have been
burled durlug the Civil war and worth
about t'JO.lKXt, wax recently found In an
old upr'iig by a poor farmer No doubt
the dixcovery brought him much hap
plnexii, but really nothing when com
pared to the hnpplnexa enjoyed by
xlckly people who have been restored
to health by HoNtetter's Htomach Bit
ter. Thl xoverelgn remedy la backed
by fifty yeara of cure, and la highly
endorxed by many prominent phyxl
iliinx throughout the country. It ta a
leeltlc remedy for atomach, liver,
kidney and bowel dlnorderx, xuch ax
heuduchc, heortburn, loos of appetite,
Indlgeallon, eiinUpatton and bilious
nex. He xure .to try It. The genuine
must have our Private Stamp over the
neck of the boftle.
suits oxm CLIMATR.
The rapidly Increasing uc of ehln
glea aa covering for the walls of build-
Ingx, both to keep out the weather and
for ornamental purpoas, makes a
great demand for a ahlngle ttaln whloh
prexervea the wood, prevents moss, and
retains a fresh, handsome appearance.
Particularly Is such the caxe tn damp
climates. The need Is well met In a
perfect article made right here In As
toria. Cutbirth's Creosote Shingle
Stains are penetrative, preservative,
handsome and durable. They are put
up In eight colors and every package
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned, administrator of the estate
of John Palo, deceased, has Died
In the County Court of the
State of Oregon for Clatsop County,
Ms final account aa such administra
tor. That the same has been set for
hearing Monday, June th. 1902, at the
hour of 10 o'clock of aatd day. All
perxonx Interested In said estate are
hereby notified to appear at the coun
ty court rooms In and for said county
at said time and ahow cause, If any
exist, why said final account should
not be allowed and the administrator
discharged. MATT PALO.
Administrator of the Estate of John
FOR 9 A LB.
H100 NR. corner Franklin Ave. and
Third St., 50x100, with attractive eight-
room cottage; city water; view that
cannot be obstructed, and seven min
utes walk from poetofflce. This prop
erty Is worth $1500, but I am leaving
the city and would rather sell than
rent. E. C. LEWIS.
1:'50 Lots J and 4. block 80, McC'lurea,
100x10(1 feet; Levc-1 and Rightly and
within one block of my residence. The
hext bnrgaln offered In Astoria. Ruy
these lota and build a home.
B. C. LEWIS,
FOR BALE). .. .
(500Klght acres Juat south of town
St junction of county and old military
roadsi Lays well; suitable for plot
ting; small ranch or suburban home.
I paUd $1000 for this. "D. C. LEWIS," "
' ' (Continued from Pxgi Four,)
nomlnarlon. Iflx election will be. a
T. H. rOKNWLH'H.
Thlx Is another native Oicgonlan. Mr.
(.'ornellu the candidate for county an
exeor was born In Waxhlngton Coun
ty, Oregon, August 13, JKM. He ob
tained hlx education In tnl xta.te. He
came to Clatxop County 13 year ago
and box since reeliled m the county,
He first engaged In buHlnexx In the
employe ft Hchollleld A Hauke, with
whom li remained for seven year and
afterward engaged with Itoxx, Hlgglnx
A Co. wlt.h whom he xtlll remain. Mr.
(Virncliux hi n good huxlncxx man and
ha had a great deal of experience In
buxinex tranxacllon of all kind. He
lived on a farm for a long tlm; and
xtlll own a farm, He I conversant
with property vu!i of all kind and
will nwke the county a good aHexxor.
He Ix m;irrld and hi ihree children
llvln. His selection by the Republic
xn,i wan a good one.
11. O. V. AHTBt'RV.
On of the first recommendation of
Mr. Axibury for tihe ofllee of county
purveyor lx hlx (ual Ideation for the
ottlee. Ho has had splendid draining
and an abundance ol local experience
that make him the bet rjuailtied man
for tho ponltlon In tho county, One of
the greatext achievement In civil en
gineering In Clatxop County wax maJ
by Mr. Aetbtiry. In surveying out the
fammix rood No. 77 It wax thought to
bo practical ImpoxslblHty and that It
would require xeven months' work at.
leaet. Mr, Axtbury completed the work
In twii montha. Clatxop County hoe
been gratwful to him ever xlnce. lie Is
a native of KtiKtarid and came to
America In KM. 'He came to Clatnop
County In 1KS9 and ha reMded here
xlnce that time. He hax been engag'-d
in surveying ever xlnce. Ho i i now fill
ing out his second term ai county sur
veyor having been appointed to fill out
an unexplre. term and wax eubxe
luently elected to another term. Hlx
fltnexx for tho piwttlon and iHipularity
lx xuch that the opponent nominated
by tho mongrel declined to run
against Mr. Axtbury.
W. C. A. POHL.
He tx the coroner. Ho will be the
next coroner. Illlllo Pimt bi xo popular
that both parttei nominated him. He
has no nppoxltlon and could not be de
feated. He is a native of Holxtein,
Oonnany. .Ho ws.i born in 1S03 and
camo 1o Clatx.ip County In 17. He
received hl.i education In Astoria. He
engaged In the undertaking huiii,'ji in
l"i9fl and hax nce conllnu-v! In the
bunlnexx. He hax lieen elected for !he
past five conxecutiv iermx to th'? of
la and lx .horoughly conver.nt with
the buwinefi. Ho wax married In K"
to Mliei Ida M. Washburn nn I ax an
Issue of tho marriage thy have four
children. If all of the candidate were
a" car. as he the etection niw.rrow
would cnirs.' hut littlu excitement.
C. K. FOSTBR.
He U tha candidate for road super
visor. He Is another native of the
slate. He wax born In Portland In
1S10 and came to Axtorii In 1S77. He
wax chief engineer of the volunteer fire
department for two term and was
elected road supervisor two years ago.
He hax made a good one and is very
popular and wtll be re-elected. He Is
also one of the most popular fraternal
oder men of the city. He ts deserv
P. J. OOODMAN.
He Is the Justice of the peace and
will be re-elected. He has lived In the
town for 25 years, everybody knows
him, and tn know him is to like him.
He has rear?d an Interesting family
here and all of them tand high. Mr.
(dmi.n has made a good Justice of
the peee and there Is no good excuse
for not re-electing Mm. He lx always
fair and dealx In Justice and law com
bined. WILLIAM BBA9LEV.
He lx the nominee for constable. He
ts a oaMve of Indiana. Was born In
1S43 and came to Astoria in 1S79. He
esryed four yearn as constable In As
toria and served eight year's as a po
lice officer. He hi a carpenter by
trade. Mr. Beasley'a thorough expe-rlem-o
qualifies him for the office.
While Republicans are carrying Clat
sop County they should not forget to
carry thiilr preclnnet offices by .lust
the same majority.
Of Interest. For this week we will
make special prices on goods as fol
lows: ftlhhnnC widths t, 7 9. and 12 In
IMlUJUlia Nowest sha4es; at 5c
I 3f a Appliques, Galloons, Torchon
LiL. and Valencennes, 12i. 15, 18,
20, and 25 cent quality, at lie.
Men's Soft Dress Shirts y7
3erton stripe. Rich and tasty color
Ingx, $1.50 value, at $1.00.
Men's and Boys' Crush Hats ,
plain and fancy checks, Zoo and tSc.
25 Per Cent Discount
lar retail price on al trimmed and
MORSE'S DEPARTMENT STORE.
508-10 Commercial St. Astoria, Ore.
Tha orMtast aid to DIGESTION.
A Healthy and Sound Body Will
Enable Is to Battle Against
the Wrongs and Injuries '
to Our Enemies.
l!uiilh'M DixciiM-N, a KMiiMlxlu'x
Ili Hllh, hihI (ilvcH I'm 1'Jijm!
eiil .Strength to .Maintain
Our IMh in LIIV'h
Many of us find life hard and full Of
pain. While we cannot well avoid the
suffering that result from wrong and
Injuries, we can help ourselves from the
pains and ravage of bodily ailments
and disease, anJ maintain that full
mAna..MAa Af hA-sllh Mint will -.nu.lilM
us to meet the wrongs that assa I u
from diy to day.
If you are run down, fretful, des
pondent, Irritable, ileepless, be aured
you are becoming physical y Impaired
and weakened. If the relax and slug
gish action of the excretory organs
has loaded the blood and body with
poison , producing headacne, rheuma
tlxm, neuralgia, kidney and liver
trouibes, then disease Is enclro in you
In its chains.
Prompt use of Paine's Celery Com
pound will save the weakened part of
the body from yielding to disease. The
great medicine saves weak and en
feebled nerve from prostration and
removes every Reeling of exhaustion
and despondency. It cure and saves
those who are bound by disease and
suffering and gives them a new lease
Ex-Alderman Fred G. Brenner, of
Troy, ,N. T.. a popular and esteemed
ctUzeti who thanks Paine's Celery Com
pound for bis present rugged good
health, writes for the be neat of weak,
nervous, and dyxpeptlt sufferers; he
"For several yearx I suffered from
nervou trouble; I could not sleep
well; nerve seemed to be weak; I bad
dyspepsia, and was all nut down.
My appetite began to fail me. and I
was discouraged. A friend of mine
recommended me to take Paine'
Celery Compound. I took two bottle
and began to feel better, and by the
time I had taken four bottle I was a
well man. I have to thank Paine'
Celery Compound for my rugged good
Rids will be received for the con
struction of a school building for
school district No. 18, John Day River,
until May SI, 1902. Plan and specifl- ,
cation can be seen at the office of the J
Astoria Abstract Company. The right )
Is reserved to reject any or all bids.
JOHN LEWIS, Clerk.
Tou never heard or any one using
Foley's Honey and Tar and not being
xatlslied For sale by Frank Hart
J Xoniliioe for County Judge
FOR COUNTY JUDGE
C.J. TRENCH ARB
Installing and Repairing
The Best Equipped Shop in
Oregon Outside of Portland
Has Just Been Opened at
4 21 DOND ST,
Estimates Made on
Of ah Kinds.
Supplies Kept in Stock
Agent tor the Celebrated
Best Under the Sun
H. W. CYRUS, - MSr.
CLERKS WILL DANCE
Attendance nn joii nt SHAYAHAN'S Male of
Hats and Caps
With money saved during this sale you enn have a
of your own. Everybody' welcome whether you
sp-fnd one cent or twenty dollar. No waiting on
tables; but waiting on customers at
.Shanahan Duitriin; Commercial Street
Sale Lasts for One Week
STRICTLY FOR THE HOME
A NEW CONSIGNMENT OF Inr(t3n RoclfQtO
BRIGHT AND ORIGINAL inUIdli DdoKClb
Fancy Silver Ware
Cut Glass, Etc.
POARD & STOKES CO.
Thoroughly renovated and modernized. The most
popular eating place in Astoria. Open all night.
Only white he!p. John Blasich, Prop., Eleventh St.
Add Comfort and Beauty to Yonr Home
Handsome Patterns, Best Qualities, Prices from 3oc up.
Lovely Moquettes 95c and Upward. Handsome Pro
Brussels Art Squares, f 4 50 and Upward
' !' Nothing Better. Prioe Lowest. Call and See.
H. H. ZAPF, The House Furnisher.
TRU LUNGER, EASTABR00K & CO, .
Jobber and Dealers in '
CIGARS, TOBACCOS, SMOKER'S ARTICLES, PLAYING
CARDS, STATIONERY, AMBER GOODS, CUTLERY, ETC.
MEERSCHAUM AND BRIAR PIPES
jjjg Finest Restaurant in tie City
Commercial St- Market Affords.
We are prepared to make them, on
short notice and of th beat material.
Let a kiv you estimate oa any kind
of eastings or pattern work, Lpweat
prices for flret-claa work,
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' ' 1 TELEPHONE NO. 2451.
i tb Cltjr.
515 Commercial Street
Regular Meals, 25 cents,
Sunday Dinners a Specialty.
U. i. Whipple
and BRONZE ;
Scow Bay Ircafj
A Brass Wefts' -:
Cor. 18th and FunkttD are: