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THE - MORNING ASTORIAN, SUNDAY, APRIL 17, 1904.
Wo have some very nice, largo, " mealy M ,
Qucon Olives in bulk at 25 cento a pint.
We are Headquarters for PicKles.
OOOD 0001)8 Ollit SPECIALTY.
ROSS. HIGGINS . CO.
Kdward Ilohn, native of Finland,
yesterday made declartlon of Inten
tion of becoming a cltlaen of the Unit
Tha C. C. O'Nell Company will be-i
Kin rutting the knife to th D. Bhan
ahaa stock of drygooda and ladles
furnishing goods tomorrow morning.
Prices are to be cut la two and bar
gains will be handed out to all corners
a long aa they laat. Thla la a rare
opportunity to make wise purchases,
Ice mum made of beat crwn, md
slim but IScta, pint. Older prom;t
ly attended to. Tsgifs coiifef.'ionci y
The flmt rehearsal of the sacred
opera "Ilelarhasxar" will ' be held in
the basement of the Episcopal church
tomorrow evening, the hour of the
All Clothing BOUGHT at
WISE'S pressed and Kept
In repair Free of Charge.
IS RIGHT 1
It Is Hand Finished.
It Is Cut by an Expert
It has the proper Insldes
All good dressers want it
It is Properly ShrunK.
- - -BECAUSE, -
It is BENJAMIN'S
Grml 'Cltks for Men
All Suits, Ovcrgoats, pi; TrouHcra , -? ; ,. t "":
bought at WISH'S Store willbo '
pressed ami kept in proper repnir
, i FREE OF CHARGE
P. S.-Don't forget the World's FairTicKets we give
HERE YOU" ARE !
The Fineet, Most Satisfactory and Reliable Steel Range on the Market.
' : WE are the Exolusfve Agents in Astoria. ' ' ' !
'' It's the Range yon want to boy. ' keeps itself clean, is economical,
j OouM'nt break, it with 8Q ax and costs nq more than others.
meeting being set at 7.20 o'clock. PI
rector Robinson will be present and
he desires to meet all those who con
template taking part In the production.
Lout. Gold beal neoViiw. Home
where on Ninth street or on business
street. Finder return to The Astor
lan office and receive suitable reward.
A marriage license was yesterday
Issued out of the county clerk's office
to Mlae Genevieve Antonla Makale
and Mateo H utter, both of Clatsop
To close out our last shipment of
choice pansles we will etl them at
20 cents a dosen. Next door to
Unique. Cut carnations 50 tents a
dozen and up.
TIMainook Is now a closed town.
SuIooim are not permitted to open on
Sunday, there Is no gambling or slot
rn.ictilr.es, and even dice-shaking Is
The Finnish National Lutheran
church, Rev. R. O. Rlsanan pastor,
will conduct service at 10.30 o'clock
this morning. Sunday school will
convene at 12 and there will be preach
ing service at 7.30 in the evening.
fbe regular session of the city
council will be held tomorow night.
Among the measures to be brought up
for action will le the ordinance regu-
Itilng the site and number of en.
ranees anj exits to public buildings.
The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. J.
II. Duncan died Friday night of con-
gewton of the lungs. The funeral will
be held from the family TeHldence at 1
o'clock this afternoon and the inter
ment will be private.
Bids for the Improvement of the
county road between Elk creek and
Seaside will be opened by the county
court on May 2. A good road through
that section Is greatly in demand as
for some seasons It has been about
II. E. Basel Is putting up a build
tng at the end of the street car linn
In the west end. The building will
be used by Mr. Basel as a confect
Inoery store and ire cream stand as
the location Is a good one he expects
to do a rushing business.
sltlon having been caused by a rough
trip he experienced en route to Marsh
land, where he went to pay a visit to
his son. He Is much better now and
It is expected will mum regain his us,
ua) health. .
The lumbering. Industry In Tilla
mook county has been demoralized of
late, and only one small mill Is run-
nlng there. The mill Is located at
Tillamook, but its capacity is limited
and it is only at long Intervals a car
go Is sent away. The big Trukee mill,
with a dally capacity of from 80.00J
to 70,000 feet has been closed down,
and it is reported it will uot be again
operated. Both of Uie ,mUis on the
Nehalem river have also been closed
lotn. Logging operations are at a
Nela Iverson, a resident of Ska
mokawa. had the. misforlun to Ioe
the first finger on his left hand, the
linger being amputated by Dr. Estes.
The accident occurred through Mr.
verson getting his hand caught In
the sprocket of a bicycle.
The little son of William Larson, of
Fern Hill, met with a painful accident
Friday that may result In permanent
Injury to one of his feet. The little
fellow was playing with aft ax and in
some manner cut one of his toes.The
wounded member is receiving careful
attention and It Is possible that the
toe will be saved.
C. C. O'NIel & Co, of Chicago, have
the entire stock of dry goods and
lotting of D. Shnnahan and their ex
pert salesman Mr. J. Howard Qotshall
will sett this stock at the store of D.
fehunahun. Store will be opened Mon
day, April IS, at 9 a. m.. Come and
See the bargains for yourself In this
stock. , ,
I C. C. O'NEILL & CO.
The baby daughter of Mr, and Mrs.
William P. O'Brien died Friday even
ing. The child had been in delicate
health for some weeks, being a suf.
ferer of stomach trouble. The funer
al will be held this afternoon at 1.30
o'clock from the family residence In
the east end and the Interment will be
at Greenwood cemetary.
The many friends of Rev. J. W.
MucCormac were delighted to see the
old gentleman on the streets yester
day. He has been In a Portland san
itarium for some weeks, his infllspo-
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office, Oregon
Ity. Ore., Feb. 18. lM.
Notice la hereby given that In com
pliance with the provisions of the act
of Congress of June 3, 1378. entitled
"An act for the sale of timber lands in
jhe State of California, Oregon, Ne
vada and Washington Territory," as
Extended to all the Public Land States
by act of August 4, 1SJ8, Fred Hen-
Srlckson, of Astoria, County of Clat
sop, State of Oregon, has this day flled
In this office his sworn statement, Ke.
(3(t, for the purchae of the N. E. 1-4
of Section No. 20, in Township : Ne.
S NV Range No. 8 west, and will offer
proof to show that the land sought
Is more valuable for Its Umber or stone
than for agricultural purposes, and t
establish his claim to said land before
When the name of William "Ran
dolph Hearst was mentioned at the
democratic convention yesterday the
delegates went more or less " wild,
principally more. It is generally un
derstood that the delegates named
yesterday are for Hearst and will
contribute their efforts toward his en
dorsement by the state delegation.
though there were no specific in
struclons to that end. General en
thusiasm was displayed, however,
When Hearst was ' suggested as the
presidential nominee and it is con
ceded by leading local democrats that
the delegation will stand solid for
The committee of ten. appointed to
ascertain sentiment of owners of tide
washed lands .erardlng the con
structlon of a sea wall, will meet in
the rooms of the Chamber of Com
merce tomorrow evening at 7.30
o'clock. All the members are urged
to be present as business of import
ance will be transacted. The com
mlttee has been steadily at work since
Its appointment gathering in the
views of the property holders who
would be the moet directly affected by
the proposed Improvement and at the
meeting tomorrow evening the Idea is
to map out some definite plan of ac
tlon to be followed in the future. ,
Harrison Allen went to Portland
George Watklna Is visiting in Port.
Gus Gronnel was In town yesterday
II. J. Abbott of Warrenton spent
yesterday in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Anton Brix are in the
city from Deep River.
Miss Mary Brayne was in the city
yesterday from Casey.
Mrs. Rudolph Barth is visiting in
Portland with her daughter.
Miss Rose Thell of Seattle is visit
ing In the city with relatives.'
Captain M. S. Hazen is visiting at
his old home at Warren, Ore.
Captain George L. Goodale, con
structing quartermaster,, U. S. A., is
In Portland today- z . r . , , , , k ;
W. E. Harmon left yesterday morn
ing for Illinois where he will visit for
the next six Weeks."
Miss Kate Wood and brother Wil
liam Wood went to Warrenton last
night where they will visit for a day
J. H. Westover and Mrs. Westover
are In the city from Oregon City. Mr.
Westover is editor of the Oregon City
Mrs. F. I. Ball and little daughter
who have been visiting with Dr. and
Mrs. Ball of this city returned to
their home last night.
Risk and extravagance t
tea biMm.powito spin
coffM fl.Tariai axiracu iod
by Schilling's Best goods an
Your grocer's ; money bac', ;
the County Clerk of Clatsop County, at
Astoria, Oregon, on Tuesday, the 10th
day of May, 1)04.
He names as witnesses: Arthur V.
Smith, of Astoria, Clatsop Co., Oregan;
Charles C. Kaup, of Astoria, Clatsop
Co, Oregon; J. R. Wherry, of Elsie,
Clatsop Co., Oregon; Roy Wherry," of
Collins. Washington . ,v...
Any. and all persons Claiming' ad
versely lh fcbovt-'deseribe laridj :'ara
requested to file their claims "In this
office on or before said 10th day of May,
loot. , . '': ' --T':'-":
" ALGERNON S. DRESSER, i "
"Little Colds.". s Thousands of lives
sacrificed every year Dr. Wood's Nor
way Pine Syup cures little colds, cures
big colda too, down to the very verge
of consumption.'1 - 4:
THE BiGGEM .-"SHOW
nEADY MADE GARMENTS
.Embracing Sulla, CJoakaSkiria, Jacket
and Hhlrt Waists.
Wonderful,1 AYtlsfic, fascinating-
We held a Suit Dinpliy two weeks ago, but this
one promises greater results because the assort- -ment
is larger, stylet more varied and altogether a
better time to bay. Call and see just what wa
re offering. -: . : ' .."' 1
Astoria's Only First-Clans Suit and Cloak House.
S ! Fine :Shtoes;l:fep:
Do you know we can supply vou with shoes v '
thaother-8tor ecauafr w-btiy dtrfctronrihennfmnfacttrreOMdl
i WHERITY, RALSTON & CO.
IF YOUR HEAD IS BALI)
; H0D3H0 , abooUhaoBly thing you can'doisto rub it': :i iilljlli
Yon should use sbnwl on it'v Cem jsbd rse thbestllnB obair brashes
ever brought to tho city Yon can certainly find one that suits yon,
; .... -W and the prices are extremely low. ' i
For bcaWrrad tapptflessreronTy-ji-ffUuf
.., If the former, try eating
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