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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (May 12, 1905)
A SNAP FOR YOU
A manufacturer shipped to us b
Mistake a barrel of the
, GENUINE UNCLE TOM'S
Maple - vSyrup
yt mp tn qtwrt bottles. We wrote
the lanaf.telurer that we could not
'ws It He wrote buck that It was ln
ini4 for San Francisco, but frelgat
ft here trould make reshlpplng a
loss. He decided to let us sell
k Imrret we have at our own price.
Mere yon are:
Secular 40c a quart While It lasts,
25 cents a quart.
fttne Main 681
A bo to fit,
Aad a he ta wear
Kiint b selected
With taste anrt care
of our shoes ant Investigate
part thereof. You will And
Osat Aey stand, the test.
Shoes for Men .
High and low shoes, hylo toe, Good
year wejt, military,, heel. In tan.
None better, at J3.50.
High and low shoes, nob toe. Good
year welt, military heel, lace. In
tent leather. $3.50.
rramp Steamer Chartered to Load
Flour for Japan.
STEAMER COLUMBINE BACK
Coasting Steamer and Schoon- Ar
rive in to Load Lumber at the Vari
ous Mills and Several Steamers Ar
rive in Pert and Depart.
of Jews at Zhitomir, and thnt the mot
;t rcguiariy organised and any
Jpwesacs were assaulted during thr
attacks at Gostyn. The government
papers are not permitted to print de
tails of the recent attack on the Jews.
At the ministry of the Interiors no
details of rioting have boen received.
ISrlof dispatches announced that the
published reports are exaggerated and
added, that nil was quiet there today.
Troops were brought to Zhitomir from
Vassalkl and notice was given thnt it
any further attempt was made to mo
les: th Jvs, the aoUttera would (Ire
on all thojo causing the disturbance.
521 Commercial Street.
It Is reported that the large and new
British tramp steamer Queen Alex
andra has been chartered to hurry
across the Pacific to this port to load
flour and grain for Japan In time to
deliver It there before July 1, when
the new tariff schedule on flour goes
Into effect Confirmation of the report
has been withheld, however, but ship
pers do not consider the scheme im
practical, although the cargo would
have to be dispatched In haste unless
the steamer Is already plowing th
When last reported, the Queen Alex-
andra was at Shanghai on April 15. If
still there she would have to bowl
along at a rapid rate In order to reach
here, load and return to the Japanese
coast before the first July, and she
would; have little time to spare in
port Shippers concede that grain and
flour shipments to the orient will be
heavy this year, despite the forthcom
ing Increase In duty on flour, and the
supposition Is that Quite a fleet of
tramps will be called Into service dur.
Ing the season. The Queen Alexandra,
if the report of her charter proves
true, is loked upon as a forerunner of
this Oeet, not to take Into considera
tion the steamship Ferndene. now re-
ceiving cargo for Yokohama, Kobe and
Moji. The Queen Alexandra registers
"85 tons net, and would carry away
mere than 60000 tons.'
Sf5 for Shells
heguo. We have Just received a
bipment, plain and fancy, pol
o as to show nature's srift In
beauty. Some are hand painted.
are made Into pretty paper
'weXebtM .Ink stands, etc.
"Ea abeUs are cheap this season.
from 10 cents up. We have
rerjr pretty one at 20 cents.
SYElYSON'S BOOK 8TORE,
M5 Commercial Street.
Trnfi and Commercial Streets.
ft the name of a brand of sugar, put
fcy Havemeyer & Elder at their
ew York factory. It comes In dain
fltty eat cubes, Just the right size for
e coffee or tea. The best quality su
Wr obtainable, without waste or flakes
C rt Absolutely pure. Full weight
auuanteed Packed In 5-pound box,
5 cent. Tour guest will appreciate
We always carry a full line of the
Xattoml Biscuit Company's goods.
ThT are the best by test Read be-
The steamers Aurelia, Redondo and
Xorthland are due to arrive today from
The Bteamer South Bay arrived In
yesterday and left up the river, where
she will load lumber.
The British ship Sconsdale arrived
down last evening and will probably
go to sea today.
The steamer Oregon sails this morn
ing- at 4 o'clock.
The steamer Francis Leggitt Is due
tomorrow. She brings a cargo of red
wood from Eureka.
The steamer Alliance sailed for
Eureka via Coos Bay yesterday morn.
The steamer Aberdeen and schoon
er Beulah arrived at San Francisco
yesterday. The Beulah made the trip
in 4ft days.
The barkentine Amazon has
loading lumber at Portland and as
soon as the captain gets a crew to
gether she will come down the river.
Bids for the construction of Bur,
rows island light station, on Puiret
sound, located on the west side of
Burrows Island, on Rosario strait,
were opened at noon yesterday. Mai.
Langfltt United States engineers. The
station consists of one fog signal
Duildlng, with light tower attached.
one oil and coalhouse, and one double
dwelling. The bidders are: '
John A. Fastabend, Astoria. 114.985:
the Burrell Construction Co., San
Francisco. 117.969: John 5tt.n,.i,fl0M
Seattle, 12,700; Barnett & Farmer. An-
acoretes, 9595; Dundon Bridge A. Con
struction Co., San Francisco, 121,930.
Xo award has been made, but If re
sponsible, the contract will be award
ed to the lowest bidder.
The lighthouse tender Columbine re
turned yesterday from her weeks'
cruise to Point Roberts and other
calls along the coast. '
W. P. Hunch, Chicago.
Win. William, Manchester. N. jr.
A. M. Wels. Red Rank. N. J
C Bonkanen, Ilwaco. ,
C. Christopherson, Oakland.
J. C. Hinds, Portland,
I. Cohn, San Francisco.
W. Neighbors, Seattle.
B. O. Williams, Seattle.
D. Melthum, Portland.
Wm. Clark, Portland.
F. W. Rasmussen, South Bend. '
W. J. Zimmerman, Portland.
A. Zurich. New York.
A. S. Porslld. Seaside.
C. A. Paulson, Portland.
B. Fleckerstem, Portland.
J. H. Walker, Portland.
O. W. Hume, San Francisco.
J. B. Ballentlne, Portland.
C C. Hall, Portland.
O. Schllckmnn, Cincinnati, O.
J. C. Macdonald. San Francisco.
W. S. Phillips. Portland.
M. A. Lynch, Portland
A. O. Barker. Portland
W. Spinning. Portland.
N. Fay. Eureka, ;
W. J. Miller, Portland.
Geo. Levansalter. Portland.
W. S. Phillips. Portland.
Chas. Kary, Portland.
W. Halt Portland.
A. Becker, Portland.
W. Sakala, Ilwaco.
B. F. Laws, Lyle.
W. J. Henderson, Cathlamet
Thomns Day, Cathlamet
J. Johnsson Ilwaco.
J. E. Mllllken Portland.
W. E. Albee, Oregon City.
J. W. Strawyer, Oregon City.
Mrs. Young, Portland.
Earl Chandelar, Salem.
Mrs. Fred Brown, Portland.
may If thuy desire arrange for nay
ment lit 10 equal annual Installments
the same as for street Improvement In
The Fishing Industry.'
The Indication are that the sal
mon Indus ry on the Columbia river
will exreel in value of the pack thnt
of last year. It Is very probable that
Ihls will b seiners' and trnptnrn'
year, us the winter hns barn unusual
ly mild there Is no freshet In the river
and no eastern Oregon cloudbursts to
increase the- volume of water. Lost
year the gill net men made money on
account of these conditions. As th
cun Is coming In Inter every year It
Is too early to predict the result of
tne industry this year.
All Clothing Bought at Wise's Light Store Pressed
I? 1 -rl t. tlM a. 4.
rree 01 marge nnenevcr iou 3 ay so.
The China Has Arrived.
Have you seen the new- arrivals In
I the crockery depurtmeut at Foard A
Long Hose at Short Price.
Bond your children to Foard A
J Stokes for their hosiery. 25-cent
hose are 8 pair for 35 cents.
There's no' beauty In all th lan,i
That can with her face compare.
Her Hps are red, her eyes are bright
fche takes Rocky Mountain at night
Frank Hart's drug store.
It pays to do business gener.
ously. The proof: Schilling!
Best. Full-strength and pure,
and the prices only enough to
pay for the quality.
for outdoor workers
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1BUILT LIKE A HAND"
fOR SALE BY
Astoria's "RELIABLE" Clothier.
Crop Conditions in Clatsop Coun
ty and Oregon.
SALMON , FISHING INDUSTRY
Under ths Nsw Laws County Roads
Can Be Built by Assessing Adjso.nt
Property in ths 8sm Manner as Is
Street Improvements Being Mads.
realize that It "won't do to sacrifice
quality to price" we want to lnre-ts
you with that fact bccnues we have
been very fortunate In matter of price
on a large lot of "Our Special Unen.
a fine note paper In lib pkgs of 84
Double Sheets linen clothh paper. At
the rate this paper Is sold everywhere
the price would be about 0c per pound
but on account of the large quantity
bought and by discounting the bill
we can sell It special at 60c p.r tb
pkg. Sample sheet free to try. Come
In and get one.
Are your spirits drooping? Do you
feel that tired feeling? Dos your ap
petite need coaxing? Then your blood
I poor. .That )s nature's way of tell
ing you that you need our m
It Is an Ideal tonic, bracing, strength
enliiir and exht'.aratlng. R purifies ths
Wood. Mies up the system and will
make you feel like yourself again In ft
week or st
FRANK HlRT, Drolst.
Orner 14th and Commercial lit a,
abttco 8ugsr Wafers Thin strips
ess Bght as sunshine, concealing be
tween them a luscious cream. Serve
may fee or drink. Flavored
k ehoeofate, vanilla, lemon, orange,
tfat; rt tins daintily packed 30 cts.
SaHine Biscuit A little different
five O'Clock Teas Slmpl dqjlcl-
141b 20 cts.
Van?a Wafers Worth a trial, pack
ace. 15 cts.
WOULD KILL JUDGE.
to get line new diamonds,
watches and Jewelry, is to buy
n cur credit plan.
Unredeemed high-grade gen
Uesoen'e watch, 21 Jewel, cres
eeot! St, Waltham, embossed
gold ftned, 25-year hunting case.
CfOoS as new. Same watch, new
5. Price, 30. Pay 17.60
down, balance weekly.
Astoria Loan Office.
' and LOAN BROKERS
Sal. Commercial street.
Seattle Insane Man Attemps to Kill
Seattle, May 11. a SDecIal to the
Post Intelligencer from FalrbanV
Alaska, states that Ole Peterson wont
to Judge Wlckersham's chambers at
the lunch hour today for the purpose
of shooting the Judge. The Jud was
aDsent rrom his office at the time. The
United States marshal was Immediate.
iy inrormed of the Intentions of Pet
erson and caught and disarmed him
after a struggle. Peterson- fought des
peratedly and tried to kill the mar
haJ. , i, flit.j
Peterson was recently released from
the Insane asylum at Btellacoom. He
was seeking revenge on Judse Wick.
ersham. who committed him to the
Institution. When he was captured he
expressed regret that he did not kill
the Judge. Peterson will be examined
as to his sanity tomorrow.
MA8SACRE OF JEWS.
Government Papers Are Not Psrmit-
ted to Print News. k
St. Petersburg. May 11. The Novo-
sti, the Jewish organ, claims to have
-eliable Information of the massacre
The weather during the nast week
has been cool for rapid growth, and
crops In Clatsop county and through
out the western portion of the state
did not advance as rapidly as during
the preceding week. In the Willam
ette valley there were several sharp
frosts, the most damaging of which
was to tender vegetables and some va
rieties of fruit
Plowing and seeding are now prac
tically completed, and work on sum.
mer fallow is progressing nlcelv. Fall
and spring grain continue in excellent
condition. Wheat, oats, rve nn.i hup.
ley are growing satisfactorily, and In
some sections of western Oreeon rv
and barley are beginning to head. Hop
have reached the tops of the wires
in some favored localities, but in many
yards the crop Is coming up unevenly,
necessitating the "cutting back" of the
Corn and potato planting continues.
some corn; is up and the stand Is re.
ported as very good. Early potatoes
were quite badly frosted durine- the
week.the tops In many localities beine
froren to the ground. Gardens have
nade slow growth owing to the lack
Improving County Roads.
One of the new laws Drovldea thnt
when a majority of the property
holders within two miles on either
side of a county road or DroDosed
route for "uch desire to have a road
laid out or an existing one graded,
paved or extensively Improved at the
expense of property owners, they may
petition the county court to have the
same done. Viewers will be an.
pointed, who with the aid of a survey
will make a report of the proportion
ate cost to all Interested and the ag
gregate cost, which shall be filed with
the county court Notice of the time
for hearing of remonstrators will be
given, after 'which the court proceed
or abandon the project If the work
Is done it will be by contract, and the
amount assessed to adjacent property
owners within the two-mile limit, who
From Itching and Bleeding Eczema
Pain Terrible Body and face
Covered with Sores' Doctors
and Medicines Failed.
CURE BY CUTICURA
" No totiira run tll Vm. T .y j
for five years with itching and bleed-
iug eczema, unm i was cured by tht
Cuticnra Remedies, and I am so grate
ful I want the world to know, for what
ucimca me win lie J pothers. My body
wtu uivcrca wun sores.
One da it WOtlld ajm tn Km
and then break out again with the
most terrible pain and Itching. I have
my life did I experience such awful
utfering as with thia eczema. I had
made no my mind that death was near
at hand, and I longed for that time
when I would be at rest. I had tried
without suceeii, and my mother
brought me the Cuticnra Remedies,
Insisting that I try them. I began to
feel better after the first bath with
Cnticnra Soap, and one application of
Cuticnra Ointment I continued with
the Soap and Ointment, and have
taken four bottleaof Cuticnra Resolv
ent, and consider myself well. Any
person having any doubt about thii
wonderful cure by the Cuticnra Rem-
S? AiC.1l,wrlteto m7 address.
Mr. Altie Etson, Bellerue, Mich."
And All Other Itching and Scaly
Eruptions Cured by Cuttcura.
The agonizing itching and burning
of the skin, as In ecrema; the fright
ful scaling, as in psoriasis J the loss of
hair and crusting of acalp, as in
acalled head ; all demand a remedy of
almost superhuman virtues to success
fully cope with them. That Cuticnra
Sosp. Ointment, and Pills are such 1
stand proven beyond all doubt.
Yoo cannot have too miny safeguard! for the health
of family and clf, especially the growing children.
Bad or antique plumb
ing la it dangerous to the
health aigoodtw modern
Plumbing it beneficial.
The cost of renewing your
bathroom with "fiasiii
Ware will in reality be
W have aamplei In
our ahow roomi and will
gladly quote you prlcea.
J. A. MONTGO 10.-17777"
The Best Restaurant.
Regular Meals 25c.
Everything the Market Affords.
Sunday Dinners a Specialty. ,
Palace Catering Co,
FISHER BROTHERS COMPANY
Agents The Linen Thread Co.
SALMON TWINE, COTTON TWINE, ROPE
Fishermen and Cannery Supplies
ANDREW ASP, BLACKSMITH. -
ptrtng InaUlled a Babber Tiring Maobina of tha
Iatst pattern I am prepared to do all kinds of work
in that Una at reasonable prloea. Telephone 291.
CORNER TWELFTH AND DllANE STREETS.