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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 21, 1905)
THE UOhiVlNft STdRiXN, ASTO
TUMOAV, FMRUARY 21, 1W5.
WE HAVE DECIDED TO PLACE ON SALE
for thii week's selling if they last that long,
' At 50c a Dozen . The rcg"1" P!Lce'.!.lW!nd
Ranch Eggi, a$c er Dozen . '
ROSS, HIGGINS Co.
A few precious Japanese sword for
ale ut Yokohama Baxar,
8trlUy fresh ranch eggs, J 5c per
dot lt FOARD ft STOKES CO.
1906 llower seeds flow n display at
Astoria Grocery, Com early and g et
f wtt Bral rta(M from 11 to Ss
per dMD. Plenty of good eoMunf ap
plet at loo ptr bo.
wanna. htiraiiS. filawf. harrOWS
and alt kind t tarn tool and ma
chinery see R. L Oaatoo at 101 Hta
strati, Astoria, Or.
Star theater Iretta Twlrm
Lodge Meetings Tonight
A. F. A. M., Temple lodge.
H. P. O. Elks, Astoria lodge.
Knights of Maccabees.
Ldt of Maccabees.
Fishermen wanting lead call at 171
Tenth it reel; tht Junk houw; alao
1000 eacks (or sale.
A son was born yesterday morning
to Mrs. Nel Sangela of Unllontown.
Horen Ncllaen, & native of Denmark
was granted full cltlaenshlp pupers
yesterday by Judge McErhle, $ u
i Iferlng. a native of Teins, de
clared lila Intention to become a till
sen yesterday before Deputy Andrew
For good things to tat call at Ml
Commercial or pbona Mala ML y
Wanted A salesman and collector.
Good salary to right peraon. Inquire
gtngr Sewing Machlno Company.
Tho funeral of the late Mri. Jennie
MWhrlu was held at Seaside yesterday
and was Interred near her homo by
the aide of the body of her husband.
Th- Waahlnalon loainliilure hit
passed a bill to purchase 2tt avres of
land adjacent to the Columbia rivet
quarantine atatlon aifo will present It
to the government. t
W. J. Hess has opened the cleanest
and beet appointed restaurant in As
toria at 120 Eleventh street The beet
Try a can of Shelllng's beet Spices;
every ran guaranteed. Tour money
back If It don't suit.
Captain of Police Oiimmul picked up
certificate of depoeit on the street
belonging to Aug. Brlnghla. It was
from the Astoria Savings bank and
was returned to the bank.
District Attorney AHn reported to
the circuit court yesterday that he
would have four or five criminal' cases
for trial at this term of court. At to
whether they will plead guilty or de
mand a trial has not been settled.
ru- . ..luaii a. ahinmant of iln the market, and the promptest aerv
Int Norway Herring and Ancnovls.
The Grotto will supply patrons with
delicious Tom and Jerry a-try day.
Tho superior quality of food which
ran mad tha Grotto popular, will bo
Regular meeting Temple lodge No. 7.
A. F. ft A. M. this evening at 7: 80.
Work In M. M. degree.
Tallant-Orant Pkg. Co.'s canned
shad, only 5o per can. Cheap but
good. FOARD STOKES CO.
Sell lilt's beer made Milwaukee fa
nous, and la having tho aamo effect on
tho Grotto. Nothing batter on tho
Tho Occident tonsorlal parlors and
bath facllltlea are oquallod by none.
Everything modern and op to dat
Police Judge Anderson was able to
alt up yesterday. He la elowly recov
erln. but It will be soma time before
he will be well enough to attend to
A marriage license- was Issued yes
terday afternoon to George Tucker of
Hammond and Mla Margaret Boyce
of Kalama. They will bo married at
If you have a cought or cold bo sura
and set a bottle of White Pino Cough
smin. The best to bo bad. For aalo
at tho Owl and Eagle Drug Stores, at
tt and 60 centa per bottle.
A costumer arrived from Portland
veaterdav. and nersone desiring to se
cure costumes for the masquerade ball
tomorrow night can do so by calling
at the sample rooms of the Occident
It Is strange that people 1 not un
derstand the rules of the street roll
way company. The cars always stop
on the opposite eldo of the crowning
That Is. cars going to ITppertown stop
on the eaat side of the crowing, so
that the car will not obstruct th street
crossing. Vet men and women In
variably hall a car from the opposite
side and are compelled to walk across
tho crossing to catch the car. Neither
do cars stop In the middle of a cross
ing except the long block between
Eleventh and Twelfth streets. To
strangers coming from the east, the
antlca of some Astorlana looks as
though they had never lived In a city
where there were atreet care,
Captain Collin McLeo.L formwly or
tb EWIrlc which was quarantined at
Astoria, has arrived home at Greenock
Scotland. He has written to frlendi,
In Astoria thanking them for their
kindness during his conntiement.
Another section of the outer end of
the Jetty was carried away during the
gale Sunday night, and all there Is
now left of It Is a small photograph.
and the bills for Its construction filed
The case of Leroy 8. Davidson
against the City of Astoria for $3800
damages will be tried with a Jur
on March 1. Davidson claims he fell
through the roadway near Kinney's
tannery In M.iy, 1901. and sustained
Injuries to the tuna of about $3800.
Courteous treatment, an abundance
of amusement, together with a lino of
all popular brands of liquid refresh
ments, has made tho LaTosca a popu
Your grandmother's coffee wu good
coffee. U was grown, carefully select
ed wtili ct-n. roasttd p'-ctly. I
uure. Our Golden Gate Mocca and
Java has tho goodnees and purity ued
by. your grandparents. A trim will
convtno you. Sold at
Tho Imperial oyster house is pro-
Band to furnish Shoal water bay oys
ters In quantities of pint and quarts
to euDDlv tho family trade. Colonial
oysters always on hand.
Wo stand back of everything wo sell.
You'll find our goods wholesome
strictly pure and clean, and you'll And
our brices low. You'll alwaya buy
hero If you onco make the atart.
A eood oualltv of coal Is the most
satisfactory and economical fuel you
can use. Poor coal, like poor wood, is
only an aggravation. High grade coal
ia far cheaner than any other luet ei
more ft Co. oell only tha beat ana ae-
llver it in any part of tho city, In aacka
or lumps. Ring up phono
Off with the Old, On vitli the New
Another riammoth Sals of
Dress and Walk
Today, tomorrow and all this week we will devote to clearing out all . skirts
now on hand preparatory to the reception of the greatest and grandest assortment
of high grade goods ever shown in Astoria. v
Count yourself lucKy If you are among
the number to Profit by our Loss
One Third Off the Martted Price
And not One Shirt f.lorc than Four filonths 0!d
Come Today and Get First Choice
Hellborn ft Son bavo announced the
lucky prise winners of the poema on
the Monarch stove. Miss Alma Frlcne
was awarded ttrst prise of $10; Floyd
Foster secured the second prise or a
The judges were Miss Dora.Hadolet
uu. xi nv TTtslnovr anil Miss Kate
Slnnott. Hellborn ft Son are so well
pleased with the result that they have
concluded to present each contestant
with a bo of fine canJy. .
FOAM) STOIES CO.
Astorlas Greatest Store.
m tW. VtAa I
R. M. Gaston, at his stable. No. 105
Fourteenth street offers for aalo " a
Landls harness machine, one Smith
Premier tvD writer, one 10 horse
power motar and starter box and 600
good sacks. Will bo sold cheap.
Tho friends of Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Starr gave them a surprise party Sat
urday evening in honor of his birtn
day. About 40 were present and hod
a very enjoyable time with whist and
social games. Refreshments were
served and the guests departed soon
after midnight, wishing their host
many happy returns.
The wind storm Sunday night blew
In the windows at the store of J. H.
Joh&nsen of Seaside.
Notice Our store will close at noon
Wednesday, Feb. 21.
FOARD ft STOKES CO.
A petition is being circulated ask
ing Major L. C Hllner to establish
a buoy or light at a point whero tho
end of tho Jetty formerly was. Over
a half a mile of the end of th Jetty
was washed away, leaving the rock
there; making navigation dangerous,
Mariners unacquainted with the con
dition of the Jetty, who run close in
fahnrj - ar liatiU to nllo UD Oil the
rocks, and this precaution la being
taken by the association of master and
pilots of ateam vessels of Astoria.
Articles of Incorporation of the
H.n tnvoatment Comnany. with
William O. Oosslln, Harry I Hamblet
and F. W. Newell of Portland as in
corporators, were filed In the office of
the secretary of state yesterday, ine
cftiiiial stock of the company Is $100.-
000, some of which is held In Astoria.
it is believed the company will pur
chase the old Seaside house at Seaside.
upon which they have had an option
for some time.
' w. J Cook, the Portland represen
tative of the Astoria police commls-
ainn. was in the city Sunday, ana
states that he will not resign his of
fice. He claims Astoria as his home,
although he has disposed of all his
property and moved with his family
to Portland. It's a two to one bet that
h. will never be elected again. Be
sides It. Is something not recorded In
the annals of political Jurisprudence
where a democrat ever resigned rrom
an office. ,
On sale Tuesday Morning,
500 remnants of Carpet
and Matting from one yard
to ten yards in length at
See Window Display.
CHAS. HEILBORN $ SON
Complete House Furnishers.
There la no complaint about business
at tha Star saloon. Good goods and
courteous treatment will draw trade to
any first-class saloon. That a what
makes bualneaa good at tho Star. Tho
beat la nono too good for our customers.
Souvenir Sea Shells,
in large variety at , . . .
Harry Stoddard of Hammond, who
was accldently shot last Saturday, Is
reported as getting along nicely and
hones am entertained of his recovery
The bullet entered his left side Justj
above the heart and lodged In nis
shoulder. The doctor believes no vital i
spot was touched.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer, Astoria, Oregon.
The 'Sons of Hermann have com
pleted the decorations of Foara &
Stokes' hall for the masquerade to.
morrow nlirht. and It presents a Am-
appearance. The decorations are some
thing new and eclipse anything or me
kind ever seen.
have been completed for the ball. The
Indications are that there will be more
masauera than ever before and many
new features will be Introduced. The
lare-est and best orchestra has been
secured and it promises to be the best
masquerade ever given In the city.
A meeting of the chamber of com
merce was held last evening, only a
few members being present. No busi
ness of Importance was transactea as
It was too close to the last meeting.
A communication was received irom
the Portland) chamber of commerce
statin that they had moved into new
quarters and Inviting the members of J
the Astoria chamber to visit them, was j
Tirnf tho neonle of Astoria have
ascertained where jthe best, first class
vaudeville entertainment is given. Is,
attested by tho fact that the Star was
crowded to tho doors last evening. The
nrinrinal attraction was the Loretta j
twins. Evmnasts and horizontal baH
All arrangements j wonders. They certainly perform some
marvellous feats and that their efforts 5
were appreciated was attested by tnt
nnnlause riven. The other features;
on the program were up to the stand
ard of excellence prevailing at tne
Star and the performance was certain
ly the best ever given in this city.
A dance was given at Ft. Columbia
Saturday night, participated in oy
over 150 people. There were S9 couple
in the srand march which was lea oy
r-ontatn Pnro. and wife and Lieutenant
Snur and wife. The Howard carrtea
over a number of people from Astoria
and meats were present from Chinook.
Ft. Stevens and Ft. Canny, ine n.
Columbia bond furnished the music up
to mldnla-ht and th Ft. Columbia or-
chestra tho remainder of the evening.
Th hand was made up from musi
cians from Chinook. Ft. Columbia and
Ft. Stevens. 'A splendid supper was
prepared and ' seats arranged in the
barracks for 150 couples. Captain
Haren of Astoria was 1 the guest of the
nmnwa and reports that the dance
was highly successful.
Regatta Committee Meet
A meeting- of the Joint regatta com-
mlttee appointed by the chamber of
commerce. Push Club and Grocers'
Association, held a meeting last even
ing at which all the members were
present , It was decided to hold an
annual regatta In Astoria that would
eclipse anything of the kind ever be
fore held. C. H. Calender was unani
mously selected as director general
with full power to appoint all neces
sary subordinates and committees. Nt
better selection could have been maje.
the people is a careful business man
Mr. Calender enjoys the confidence or
and under his management the regat
ta Is certain to be a grand success
The Astorlan compliments the com
mittee on Its promptness
How true to the name
.i' are our i I ,
$350 and $4.00
Perfect in) Workmanship.
Perfect In Fit
ALLlLEATHERSm ELLCRERS.OR LACE,
Wherity, Ralston Company
The Leading Shoe Dealers.
AN ASTORIA PRODUCT
Pale Bohemian Beer
Best In The Northwest
North Pacific Brewing Co.