The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930, August 04, 1904, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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It's Chase Sanborns 1
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Choice Blended Coffee
Put up in a milk can holding 6 ponnds and :
sell for 1 1.25 each. :: .- :: '
lecal Brevities.
Jack Llavlk, a native of Finland,
yesterday declared hla Intention of be
coming a cttlien.
Tht fire at Fort Stevens Tuesday
nlht destroyed th old ordnance build
ing, together with Iti content. The
loaa waa not aa heavy a was at flrat
ataled, and fa estimated at about IS00O.
"The big log raft which arrived down
the river Tuesday afternoon got to
ea Tuesday night. Weather condl
tlona are favorable for a quick trip
down the coast, and It la expected the
raft will reach Ban Francisco about
JMwiduy next.
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Deeda were filed for record yeaterday
by which Mr, and Mm. Curl Adter sell
to. E. 55. Ferguson lota 1 and 2. block
115, 8hlvelys Astoria, The property
la altuated at the corner of Fifteenth
and Exchange streets, hoi I, the cor
ner piece, waa tranaf erred yeaterday
by Mr. Ferguaon to R. M. Leaihere, the
iconalderatlon having been 13000.
Last night'a session of Court Astoria
of Forester proved an enjoyable one.
Grand Chief Ranger Klepper and other
(rand court officers were prevent on an
official visit, and the membera of the
local lodge turned out In force to wel
come them. Mr. Klepper made a brief
address on the progress of the order
In the atate, and apoke encouragingly
f the outlook.
The corner-atone of the new court
house will be laid Auguat it. The
ceremonies attending the laying of the
tone will be conducted by the local
lodge of Maaons, the oldest order in
the city. Yeaterday County Clerk
'llnton notified Secretary Holden of
the date fixed for the ceremony, and
preparations will be made accordingly.
Work on the foundation la being
ruahed and a large force of men It at
The vote for the various candidate
for regatta queen will be counted for
the laat time tomorrow evening, and
the result will be made known at re
gatta headquarter. Yeaterday the
friend of the varloua candldatea con
tented themaelve with preparation for
a final rally, and the committeemen
-expect to aee little appreciable change
In the altuatton until tomorrow night.
The count yeaterday afternoon ahowed
the atandlng of the candldatea to be
aa followa: Mra. F. D. Keuttner, 4763;
Mra. W. W. Rldehatgh, 4011; Mlaa
Harriet Rafter, 2274; Mla Grace
Stoke, 2092; Mlaa France Norberg,
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President Wlae and other offlcera of
Aatorla aerie of Ragle art preparing
to celebrate, on next Sunday afternoon,
the anniversary of the birth of Police
Judge Anderaon. The program la now
In course of preparation. Mr. Wlae
itatea that Judge Anderaon will be 69
years of age next Sunday afternoon.
me eipcinc ngnting eyitem wa
again on the Jump laat night, greatly
to the annoyance of patron. When
the llghta flrat went out gas waa light
ed, but In the couae of five minute
the llghta came pn. Hardly had the
gas been turned off until the light
faded. This sort of thing happened
three time. It la reported that new
machinery la being Installed at the
Deputy Collector of Cuatoma McCue
yesterday paid off the crew of the
barkentlna Churchill. The Churchill1
men were signed here July 17 of laat
year, and of the 10 eenmen eight made
he round trip between Newcastle and
Aatorla. The amount paid to the men
yeaterday waa 22684.14, of which nearly
all went to the eight men ahlpped here.
The Churchill la at the Elmore bunk
era discharging a load of coal.
The British steamship Totenham ar
rived down the river yeaterday after
noon. The Totenham la loaded down
with an Immense cargo of lumber. She
goes to China and takes away 3,400,000
feet The steamship Pleiades hoe also
finished her lumber cargo. She goes
to Manila and. tsr - ij 50.000 feet The
two cargoes will h.ive the effect of
bringing up the foreign exports for
August. The cargo of the Pleiades Is
for the government, i ; f
The county court met yesterday
morning In regular monthly aesalon,
and most of the time of the day was
occupied with consideration of claims.
The bonds of the following officers
were approved: School Superintend
ent II. S. Lyman, Dan Relereon, Jus
tice of the peace of Elsie precinct, and
C. W. Masten, constable of Svensen
precinct. A few minor road matters
were taken up during the afternoon,
and court was adjourned until 9 this
Mr. and Mrs. Charles 11. Osgood, well
know m nsldfuts of Youngs River, died
early yesterday morning. Mist Os
good was 19 year of age. Some time
ago she waa attacked by typhoid fever
and suffered a relapse last Monday.
The funeral will take place today from
the family residence on Youngs river.
The Interment will be In Greenwood
and the services will be conducted by
Rev. Mr, Grim, of the First M. E.
church. ,
Mayor Surprenant yesterday at
tached hla signature to all of the or
dinance passed at the last session of
the council with the single exception
of the bill Increasing the license for
auctioneers to $350 a year. This meas
ure la calculated to keep out the Itiner
ant tradesmen who come along about
August 1 to dispose of Inferior stocks.
It provides that the license for auc
tioneers shall be $350 a year and that
no license shall be Issued for lest than
the amount amputated, $850. The bill
met with some opposition In the coun
cil and the mayor haa taken It under
County Commissioner Larson, Road
Master Frye and a party of Astoria
newspaper men and good roads en
thusiasts are planning a trip to the
Nehalem country. The pilgrimage will
be made after regatta week. Residents
of the Nehalem valley are anxious to
secure a good highway from the city
and It la the Intention of the party to
arrange meeting at the varloua dis
tricts and formulate aome definite plan
of action. With good roads leading
south to the Clatsop county line, the
people of the Nehalem valley would
be enabled to market their produce,
which now It absolutely worthless to
them except for home consumption.
If all of the farmers can be got to
gether and Induced to agree upon some
plan agreeable to the various road dis
tricts, It Is believed the highway propo
sition can e satisfactorily settled.
There will be shipped from the As
toria iron works today one of the local
body-making can manufacturing ma
chines. The machine goea to Chicago
for demonstrating purposes at one of
the largest packing houses in the
Windy city. One of these machines is
now In use at the Co-operative can
nery here, and several others are being
built It la pronounced to be the fin
est body-making machine In existence.
The Astoria Iron works la turning out
some great cannery machinery, and the
beneficial effect are now being felt.
With home-manufactured machinery In
the two plants, the Inside forces at the
Kinney cannery were enabled yester
day to pack more than 2100 cases of
salmon, while the pack at the Elmore
cannery was probably even larger.
The manufacture of cannery machin
ery keeps many thousands of dollars
at home.
Mlsa Annie Z. Osgood, daughter of
There Are Engines
Run well part of the time
Ron poorly all of the time
Won t worK any time
Wood and Iron, a San Francisco
Journal, says of the lumber trade sit
uation: "The month of July Just
passed has seen a slight Improvement
In the condition of the general lum
ber trade of the Pacific coast, but there
Is still room for much more of the
same trade betterment The closing
down of some of the pine mills of the
Pacific northwest has proved a valu
able Influence In this Improvement and
It Is too bad that more of them cannot
close their' doors for a while. Such
would be the case were there not finan
cial reasons for the operation of the
plants. Then, again, there has been
an increase In the eastern and middle
west demand for all classes of lumber
from the Oregon and Washington mills,
which relieves the San Francisco mar
ket of much of Its dumped output. All
In all, there Is a visible picking up in
the pine field, which Is a subject of
congratulation to the general lumber
prayer before the 13,000 people who
will gather at A., F. C. park on the
afternoon of August 28! ' Just watch
my smoker and I'll demonstrate to you
that I knew what I was doing when
I appointed my staff."
Word wa received from Chinook
yesterday that Michael Burke, an aged
man, who waa lost In the mountain
back of the town a week ago Sunday,
had been found on Monday evening.
The old man and a friend were in the
mountains, and, the former becoming
exhausted, his companion left him to
secure assistance. When a party re
turned Burke could not be found. Sev
eral searching parties were then or
ganized and on Monday evening the
missing man was located. For nine
dayt he had subsisted on berries and
was almost dead when found. He I
now recovering from the effects of
his unpleasant experience,
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Many of the county school superin
tendents art filing reports with State.
Superintendent of Public Instruction
J. H. Ackerman. The reports from the
far away counties show a great con
trast with those previously heard from.
In that many of them show a decrease
ir. the number of persons ' In the
county between the ages of 4 and 20
years, as compared with the reports
of last year, and the decrease In the
amounts of money expended Is corre
spondingly large, while in many of the
counties the number of teachers em
ployed Is considerably less than laat
year. Several counties are still to be
heard from. The report from Clatsop
county shows a satisfactory gain in the
number of persons of school age, be
ing now 4414, as against 4247 last
year. The amount of money spent dur
ing the year was 1107,841.94, and the
amount of the previous year waa $61,
886.32, showing a large increase. The
average dally attendance at school waa
1854, number of teachers employed 87,
an Increase of 12 over last year.
There are 41 school houses In the
county, but none built during the year.
An average of 5.98 tax was collected
for school purposes.
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j Something; New
for the Home :
I f - U Made in cane and rattan
Large and comfortable
- For eumnier comfort -
A splendid assortment and
Not high in price either
Astoria's Leadinrf House-furnishers
, . T death. Just think! won't It be soul-
J (inspiring to see Madison delivering the
Lleutenant-General George Clyde
Fulton, A. R. R., yesterday Issued his
commissions to the galaxy of talent
appointed on his staff a few days ago.
The commissions make each of the
staff officers a brigadier-general, with
authority to buy a drink at any time
for anybody who needs It "I am now
trying to get BUI Madison coached up
so that he will be able to attend to
his duties aa chaplain," said the lieutenant-general.
"Madison must com
mit to memory the Lord's prayer. He
must learn It in English, Italian, Fin
nish and Mlssourlan. The last-named
language Is peculiar to such fellows
aa Jack Mayo, Tom Llnvllle and Doc
Henderson. Madison has thus far
learned the first line of the prayer in
English, and we expect to post him
on another line today. He doesn't take
kindly to hla lesson, but la required to
make the effort, as I have threatened
to revoke his commission If he falia to
learn the prayer, If I am successful
In teaching it to him, I think I shall
have fulfilled my duty here, on earth J
and, prepared myself for peaceful
T. S. Barr, of Grays River, Is in the
Arthur Seufert, of The Dalles, is in
Manager Hager, of the Unique, ia
In Portland.
F. M. Warren was down yesterday
from Portland.
L. H. Miller, of Chehalls, Is regis
tered at the Occident.
Miss Grace Stokes and Miss Binney
spent yesterday In Portland.
H. M. Bransford returned to the city
last evening from Toke Point
Nell G. Rogers and Mayme Palmer,
of North Yakima, are in the city.
Former Mayor Bergman Is over
from Beaver Lodge, his country home
on Graya river.
Mrs. G. C. Fulton returned last night
from Portland, where she had been
visiting with friends.
Misses Maude and Norma Coffin,
of Portland, are visiting in the city
with Miss Clara Simpson,
Mlsa Mildred Thornqulst who had
been visiting the Misses Foard, re
turred yesterday to her home at Ta-
Among the Portlanders in the city
yesterday were F. G. Horton, J. M.
Healy. W. A. Pettlnger and F. H.
Miss Olga Hall, Seaside correspond
ent of The Astorlan, passed through
Astoria yesterday en route for Long
Frank W. Pettygrove, the well
known San Frahclsco traveling man,
la In the city In the Interests of J. A.
Folger & Co.
fmt , -;t
I Grfeat Reductions I
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in Ladies' Shirt Waists. "Waists that in the
height of the summer season noId for $5.00,
f 4.75, f 4.00 etc. now reduced to cost. .
Ladies' Pongee Suits, fashionable and cool
for summer wear at a taking price $3.93.
The latest from Gage Eros. Ladies outing
caps at 50c.
- Remember you can buy cheaper at
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Do you want a visit from MADAME?
Seaside Social Event
Seaside Sentinel: Invitations are
out for the wedding of Patsy McCann
and a prominent society lady of Sea
side. The wedding will occur next
week at 4 o'clock at the town hall,
and the public are cordially Invited to
attend. After the ceremony the hap
py couple will leave for Necanlcum
station for a short wedding trip. This
is the third time Patsy haa been mar
ried, but he is always willing to take
another chance. Rev. William Chance.
L.L. D. and P. D. Q., will perform the
ceremony under the beautiful and Im
pressive rites of the Latter Day Saints
church, of which he Is chief, high
The voting contest for Regatta Queen
will close Saturday, the 6th Instant at
) p. m., instead of Thursday, the 4th
Instant as previously announced.
.WANTED Wsnta for the want co
lumn of the Morning Attorian,- v-
Is here which means
peace, prosperity and
plenty for all
You will need dishes for your plenty
Come and see
Our patterns
A Gl a nee
That comes from our stock is suf- '
rlcient to show to you that our
goods are well made."We do not
believe in carrying a cheap article.
It would not pay lis to sell it it ,
would not pay you to buy it Let
us sell you a pair of our
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