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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (May 9, 1903)
ASTORIA, OREGON, SATURDAY, MAI 9, IflOi,
CUrk monument to b erected mt Kurt
THE OLD RELIABLE
Clatsop and will contain documents cup
plied by the Oregwn Hlstorh-ni society,
I The Boston Restaurant!
KM) COMMKUC'IAL STIttiKT
TOOSE J5 O SUBSTITUTE
Today's Weather-Oregon and Wash
Ington Fair; warmer except near the
Home-made candy at the dime musee.
,. Exceptionally nice bananas at John
son Bros, today. .
Home-made candy and lemonade at
the Dime Musee.
Crashed strawberry ice jcream at
Task's candy store.
For Rent A six room house with
bath. Inquire of J. W. Welch.
Get your fortune told for one dime at
the Dime Musee Tuesday night.
A targe assortment of fine toilet soap
is displayed at the store of Johnson
, Interview Trulllnger & Hardesty, 433
Commercial street, about your electric
- Come and see our special photo bar
gain, tl-7S per doten. ' Up-To-Date Stu
dio 178 Tenth street. !
Furnished housekeeping rooms to let
over the Palace restaurant. Inquire
at The A. Dunbar Ca.' store.
Gabriel E. Florin, a native of Swed
en, was yesterday granted first citiz
enship papers in the office of County
Cushing post No. U G. A. R. will
meet on Monday evening to formulate
a plan for the proper observance of.
l. The body of the late Lyman C. Kin
; ney will arrive down on tonight's train.
'The remains will be accompanied from
Portland by Mrs. Kinney.
. Water consumers will take notice
that Saturday, May 9th, is the last day
on which to pay water rates to avoid
the penalty charged all delinquents.
The team drivers' union Is putting In
its spare time practicing ball with the
Intention 'of selecting a team which
will drive the tires off of any other line
up on the road.
Only those who use it
know the luxury of it.
" Pears' is the purest and
best toilet soap in all the
EMabliibcd over no years.
Capt. A. E. Cain, 'he pilot, purchas
ed the residence of H. C. Thompson on
Seventh and Grand for the considers'
tlon of $3000, and will make it his home
Shooting gallery at the Dime Musee
Tuesday night. Come and try your
luck. This part of the musee will be In
the building next to Trallinger's cigar
store. , :
A fin? collection of babies will be on
exhibition at the Dime Musee. Come
nd vote for the prettiest and brightest
Tuesday night in the building next to
Griffin's book store.
Contractor Lebeck will finish today a
week's Job of putting new sills under
the Eunnyside saloon building and next
week will perform a similar service for
the Main Street bouse.
Don't full to see the grand vaudeville
entertainment Tuesday night at . the
Dime Musee in the Flavel brick on
Bond street Notice the change in the
Roslyn coal lasts longer, is cleaner
and makes less trouble with stoves
and chimney flues than any other coal
on the market. George W. Sanborn,
agent. Telephone 13U.
Dr. Nellie Smith Vernon, physician
and surgeon, has offices over Griffin's
honk store, rooms T and 8. Office hours
10 to 12 a. m, and 1:30 to 5 p. m. Of-
flee phone Ma.i- 2411. Residence phone
Wanted Agents to sell gasoline en
kinea, marine ond stationary. You can
soon pay for an engine for yourself
with your commissions. Address R.
W. Jatnlessn, 716 Pacific avenue, Ta
A masked man was seen apparently
trying to ettact an entrance at the front
door of a reside ace on Astor street one
night lately, but ran when discovered.
Another man, apparently an accomplice
"was watching nearby.
: John Frederick Ivanhoff, the 2 year
old son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ivanhoff
of Unlontown, died Thursday night af
ter a short illness. The funeral will
take place today and the interment will
be in Greenwood cemetery.
We are -now receiving shipments of
strawberries dally direct from the grow
er. L?ave us your standing order and
we will see to it that you will be sup
plied with the best berries the market
affords, at the right price. Johnson
A good workman, using good mater
ials, makes a good Job and saves much
annoyance. Tou especially need ihe
best In plumbing, gas fitting, heating
appliances and tlnwork. Call on John
A. Montgomery, 425 Bond street, and
avoid trouble. Phone 1031.
Prof. Lyman received a tin box yes
terday made by W. J. Scully for his
torical purposes. The box will be ce
mented into the base of the Lewis and
' ; ' l
T. S. Iterr of Grays river Is la the
Alex Bremner spent yesterday In
Portlanl. , "
C, H. CaUer.der went up to Portland
Capt. Jack Heed was In Portland
Fred Moure returned from Portland
W. W. Sals of Prospect Prk was In
Hurry J. Fluley of the Standard Oil
Co., Is In the city.
Hon. John H. Smith returned from
Portland last evening.
Miss Mary Anderson of Chadwell Vis
ited the city yesterday.
Dr. J. A. Fulton and wife came down
on the train last evening.
Howell Lewis was In the hlty yester
day from his Fernhtll home.
A. A, Cook, the well known drummer,
returned to Portland laatnight.
D. V. Kuykendall of Washington. D.
C, Is registered at the Occident.
District Attorney Harrison Allen re
turned from Portland last evening.
C. E. Hoiston returned to Portland
last nijnt after a brief visit here.
Miss Mary Whldby went up to Sven
sen last veninjr to spend a few days.
Mrs. J. B. Godfrey of St. Helens Is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ray Morton.
Capt. and Mrs. Brooke Payne of
Fort Canby returned from Portland
Inspectors Edwards and Fuller were
In the city yesterday and Inspected the
steamer Edith. ,
Miss Ma.'y Whldby went up to Sven
sen last evening to visit with her sis
ter Mrs. Sloop.
Prof. J. W. Crawford, principal of
the East Salem schools was an Astoria
Prof, W. Round late secretary of the
teachers' institute, went to his home
in Warrenton last evening.
The Misses Anna and Agde Olsen
went to Portland on the Lurline last
night to spend a few days.
Mrs. McCoustland arrived down
from Portland Wednesday night to visit
her mother Mrs. W. E. McAfee.
Contrictor L. Lebeck went to Seaside
last evening to secure workmen for
building the new Necantcum bridge
W. W. Curtis the timber dealer, came
up on the Alliance and will leave for
Tillamook this morning on the Elmore.
W. H. Gllman an old pioneer of Shoal
water bay came over on the Nahcotta
yesterday and went to St. Mary's hos-
r j" 1 All "n
Cow to the Table.
tnwscter watch (htlarmiutdnMd of thsasw. W tort til th rnOk u R h brautM W ear
Aondtnury. Ther it no plant in th world where more caution it nrctoo: to In Hire
dkiIum ctMnllnou. Ewry dapartmaitf it untfcr th direct chart ol t partnw tn tht buth
Mt. Undw tfatts eoodiuona
k produced. nrotitrrk.rol!!uyktitn mott pltatlnc and
UMuunc . Chamittt and doctor, tay N ta the moat haalthlul.
Tak no brand unlau M boare tha up labal reproduced harewun.
Wt product nlnadr par oant of tht worM't twti and guaranta
rent can btvtnf our cap tabal.
HBXVITU MOX CONDKItSIRO COMPART, KsUasa. U.
Best and Neatest Eating House to Astoria
Try Our 2 S-Cent Dinners
I Prompt Attention
High Glass Chef f
t MARINOVICti & BOSKOVICH
TUESDAY EVE, MAY 12
anion to know that many of those who
have Inherited thlr wealth nre using
every means of vituperation agulnst
Mr. Kockt'fcller, Including even the
DANOKltOl'S T.VKOKT rilACTK'K.
Members of ttoslon Crew Wounded fly
San Francisco. May N. KnalKn Chas
HufT and KtMtxwaln McNuintira of the
crew of the rruliwr Huston were wound
ed by being struck by a stray bullet
front th rrulmr Murtilehcdd whIU th
crew of the latter vessel were vnguged I
SHOES, OIL CLOTHES
RUBBER BOOTS. APRONS
FOR FISHING SEASON
V. H. COFFEY
A Wonderful Mklm.
Sick Mack, Constipation,
Wind and Pains in Stomach,
Disordered Liver and Female
MITABID CULT BY TBI noniaMB,
Thonui Bccdiam, SL Hdcni, En
ttU by aH DragjrJata la VatUi SUtas,
la btxaa, 10c sod 2sc
1'ital, probably to spend his remaining
days. He la 92 years of age and very
feeble, though he traveled unattended
und was able to walk from the steamer
Master Plah Warden Van Dusen Is at
Yaqulna, where he went to try to ae
cure a permanent site for a Ash hatch
Sheriff Llnvllle returned last evening
from Ft ttnnd where he was a witness
in the ease against the copper wire
Mrs. J. W. Oheen left on the Lurline
Inst evening for Forest Grove, where
the will visit with relatives for a
couple of months.
State Superintendent of Public In
struction Ackerman and President Ren
sler of the state normal departed last
evening for their homes.
Editor C. H. Jones of the Teachers'
Journal, who has been in attendance
at the teachers' Institute left last night
for his Sul?m headquarters.
Sergt. John B. Wilson of Fort Canby
has been ordered to report for duty
at Fort St. Michaels, Alaska where he
will go via the next steamer from Seattle.
HE CA.MB FKOM THK RANKS.
E.x-Presi.lent of Oregon University In
sists That Rockefeller Is All Right.
Chicago. May 8. A dispatch to the
Record-Heruld from Lincoln, Neb.,
In an address before the students of
the University of Nebraska, Chancellor
E. Benjamin Andrews referred to a
proposed gift of John D. Rockefeller
and defended the latter. "The Stand
ard Oil trust has not offered any money
to anybody," the chancellor said.
"The gift," he declared, "was offered
by John D. Rockefeller, who had drawn
but a small part of his wealth from
the Standard Oil company ,the remalnd
er being drawn from railroads mines
and other enterprises that are Import
ant to the country,
'Rockefeller came up from the
ranks," he continued, "and I have oc-
in sub-catlbrv target practice.
The crew was enguired a( this prac
tice while th Marblehead was In Mug
dulens bay. Lying about 400 yards
from her was the lloslon with her men
It was nut thought the bullets would
carry as far as the Norton titut no ilitn
et was anticipated until there tame
a signal from her to eeaxo firing in her
direction. Knilgn Huff was wounded
In one of his urina and the boatswain's
tnato received, a severe sculp wuund
LARGEST SHIP IN THE WORLP
The new ttenmer Ordlc recently built
Is the largest anil prubnbly Ihe strong
est vessel nf Its kind ever built. When
she recently set sail from Liverpool for
New York a large crowd saw her lart
on her ft rat long Journey. There Is al
so a large crowd of people throughout
our country who are daily witnesses to
the fact that Hostetter's Stomach Hit
ters positively cures stomach, liver and
kldn-y oinpliUnts, because It cured
them. It will do as much for you too.
if you will only give It a trial. It pos
itively cures headache, belching, nua-
sea, .ndlg'mtlon, dyspepsia, blllouneni.
nervoune, Innoumln. and malaria, fe
ver and ague. He sure try It at once.
The genuine Is for sate uy all druggists
and ifeneril dealers. Don't accept any
WOMAN'S OLUB NOTICK.
Thre will be no regular meeting of
the Woman's club today owning to re
pairs being made to the hall. It is de
sired, however, that all memlKTs meet
at the rooms of Mrs. K. D. Kuettner
at the usual hour for a few minutes to
consider a matter of buslnens.
What Shall We
Have for Dessert?
This question arises In the family
every day. Let us answer it to-day. Try
a delicious and healthful deswrt. Pre
pared in two minutes. No boiling I no
baking I add boiling water and set to
tool. Flavors: Lemon, Orange, Rasp,
berry and Strawberry. Get a package
at your grocers to-day. to Cts.
SPRING STYLES A'l the best mod
els for this season's hats sort and stiff.
All the newest colors. $5 us they look
to the eye. Our price, $3. You get your
money's worth In .quality every time.
Sole agents for Hawe's 13 hats,
8. DANZIOKR & CO.
General DlHoksmithing, Bt ami Camfwy Work. "
See u for High Class Work. Slum Cfonmr tf Fif
teenth and Dimno Streets, near St. Mary's Ilotpitul,
HOLMES S SB1BBRT
Fancy and Staple Groceries
FLOUR. FEED. PROVISIONS.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS
Supplies of all kinds at lowest rut, for fishermen,
. Farm en and Logger,
A. V. ALLBN Ttotk nd Commercial Mretta
KOPP'S FAMOUS BEER
Bottled or In Keg
Free City Delivery
North Pacific Brewing Company, Astoria
. Baltimore & Ohio R. R.
ROYAL BLUE TRAINS
CHICAGO NEW YORK
Via WASIIIN(iTON, l. V.
Finest and Fastest series of tmiiw in tlm wrld. Ful.iti.i
coaches, Pullman Buffet Parlor uud Drawing Room Cum.
The Finest Dining Car Service in the World
Ig operated by the Baltimore A Ohio Railroad. '
B. M. AUSTIN, General Pass. Agt. . Chicago. Ill
F R'O M
AFTER many years experience Shanahan, the reliable dry goods merchant, intends to retire from business and is now
closing out his entire stock at greatly reduced prices. StocK includes a fine line of Dress Goods, Silks. Ladies' and
Geutlemen's Fine Underwear and Hosiery, Boys' and Men's Hats, Lace Curtains, Staple and Fancy Articles and Novelties of
all Kinds. Everything to be sold at a bargain. Before buying elsewhere call and get prices and you will be pleased to verify this statemen t.
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