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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 28, 1905)
HIE MORNING ASTOKIAN. AblOkmtu K,
MONDAY, AUGUST al, igoj.
WE GUARANTEE OUR
and Java Coffee
Which is especially put up for our fam
ily trade, to be equal to the best in the
market, and second to tone.
One Pound 40c
If yon are canning fruit this year,
Remember that we aell the famous
SURGEON A NOVICE CITY AWAITS GUESTS
Mimicry of Chinese Physician
USED KNIFE TOO FREELY
Attempted to Cut Tumor from Country
man's Knee in Imitation of White
Physician Interesting Letter from
Missionary at Liangtan, Hunan, China.
623 Commercial Si
Phone Main 681
The Food Value
HIGH GRADE COFFEE is little appre
ciated by the average drinker of this
excellent breakfast beverage always ex
cellent, if you .use our
Mocha and Java
35c a Pound
Good Coffee has both a stimulating and
a Nutrient Quality.
(Continued from rag. One.)
ajawea, attended by fowl and Clark, at
xruildstand; received by Mayor Nnpre
mint. Address of welcome by United.
State Senator C. V. Fulton. "Star
Spangled Banner. Norwegian Singing
11:00 A. M. Kxpert shooting exhihl
tion by Colonel A. M. Cae, the great
11:13 A. M. Chief Coneomly and hi
tribe will escort the Prince Saeajawea
and Uwi and Clark to the Wigwam,
11:30 A. M. hxhibitHin hiwe races
(dry test) by Astoria hose team, cham
pions of Pacitie CoMt.
I :00 P. M. tirand street parade, J. II.
O'Coimell, grand marshal. Aides: 0. 1.
Peterson, Dr. Jay Tuttlo, Dr. B. H. Karle,
11. Christenson, William Seholtleld, K.
Ferguson. The parade will form on
THIS IS THE WEEK FOR PRESERV
ING PRUNES AND PEARS.
Tenth and Commercial 8 treats
Branch at TJniontown.
Decorate for Regatta
Thousands of visitors and home people
will see your Show Windows during Re
gatta and if you have an attractive and
seasonable display you will be amply re
paid for your trouble and expense.
See our display ofDECORATIVE MA
TERIAL, CREPE PAPER, FLAGS, PEN
NANTS, STARS, ETC.
J. N. GRIFFIN
THE PEOPLE ALL
! Chorus Cried, Give V Nevrbro's
This word of late has been In every
one'! mouth, and many ar wondering
what the word signifies, though no one
haa yet been found, who will deny that
NEWERO'3 HERPICIDE does the wora.
Well, for the Information of thousands of
people who like to know all about a good
thlngr, we would aay that HERPICIDE
means, a destroyer or killer of "Herpes,"
Now "Herpes" is the family name of a
disease caused by various vegetable par
asites. A similar microbe causes dan
druff, Itching- scalp, and falling hair: this
Is the microbe that NEWBRO'S HERPI
CIDE promptly destroys; after which the
hair grows. Sold by leading druggists.
Bend 10c. In stamps for sample to The
Herplcide Co., Detroit, Mich.
Eagle Drug Store, 351-353 Bond St.,
Owl Drug Store, 549 Com. St., T. F.
Laurin, Prop. "Special Agent."
New York, Aug. 27. A report jut
received from Dr. Ernest G. Vanderburgh,
a medical missionary at Mangtan, liu
nan, China, affords an interesting com
parison of Chinese and American surgi
cat methods. Dr. Vanderburgh haa I Commercial street promptly at 1 o'clock,
charjre of two dispensaries and a hospi-1 coins east to depot, countermarch to
tal maintained by the Presbyterian I Fourteenth, thence north to Bond, thence
board of foreign missions at the Chinese I west to Fifth, thence south to Com
ity named. The dispensaries are in dif- mereial, thence east to Fourteenth and
ferent parts of the city, and a , t he disband. The grand marshal request
doctor was leaving one to go to the I all participants to be in position a
other, he was called to come quickly I signed them promptly at 1 o'clock. Late
and help a Chinese doctor w ho had got-1 comers w ill be relegated to the rear.
ten into trouble. I The Formation of Parade,
"This Chinese doctor," write Dr.l Police, Commercial street, east side of
Vanderbunrh. "had heard of the opera- urown Kami, commercial street,
tions which had been performed in the intersection of Ninth j United States
Presbyterian hospital, and he thought "! Commercial street 4rght resting
that ho must .In onmA nnmtin to on Mntn: admiral ami stall, rear 01
make hi name great, and not let the Vnl& States Troops mayor and coun-
foreign devil doctor get all hi patients l, Eighth street, north of Commercial,
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away from him. So when a uii, strap--""k j...m-r-.
ping fellow of about 21 years came along "oat, Eighth street, north side of Com
and wanted him to remove a tumor mereial, right resting on Commercial;
from his knee, the doctor looked it over, Redmen, Commercial street, right ret
sharpened his knife and cut well into '"it r.iglith; Astoria band, Commercial
the supposed tumor. Then the poor doe- street, intersection of seventh; c. it.
tor's troubles began. He couldn't stop Knights of Pythias, Commercial street,
the blood, sot scared and sent for me. right resting on Seventh; Boys brigade,
As it happened, I was near by. When Commercial street, rear of Knights; For
I came near enough to see the patient ters, Commercial street, riht resting
he was sitting on a bench, held up by " Norwegian Singing society
some friends, and two Chinese doctors P" ' nnin lirotlieriiood; Cnrpeii
were using raw milk and powder, try- l"1"' union, Commercial street, west side
in to stop the blood. The man's shoe of Hith street; hose team, iiftli street.
was full of blood, and a pool of it had north side of Commercial street; lire de
also fnminl nn th nm floor Ipartment, Tenth street, north Mile of
2:30 r, M. rfsnboat sailing raw-
First prize, three papers linen twine
given by the Linen Thread company.
Fisher Bro.' Co., agent. Second prize,
One paper linen twine, given by Fislier
Bro.' Co. Third prize, one pair stout
patent snngproof rubber boot, given by
Country dunce in new Bee Hive build
ing, daily, at 2:30 to S.W r. JI., an.l
8:00 to 11:00 P. M.
2:45 P. M. Ladies' rowing race First
prize, $3 gold piece, mint of 155, donat
ed by D. A. Brown. This coin i valued
at 20. Second prize, $5 worth of J. A.
Folger's coffee, spices, extracts, tea ami
3:00 P. M. to 4:00 P. M. A number
of amusing exhibitions, long rolling, high
diving, greased pole, etc,
4:45 P. XI. Seventy five yard dash-
For ladies 16 years and over First prize,
one Columbia graphnphone, donated by
Mr. A. R. Cyrus. Second prize, silver
cup, donated by Olds, Wort man & King,
a:K) P. M. Balloon ascension and par
achute jump from comer Fourteenth and
:iai i M. tirami iiiununateti spec
taciilar murine parade, Dr. Haylis
harle, commander-in-chief. Aide! C
tain V..V. Ilahbldjje and Chief Engl
neer IJeorge T. tiiKHlate. Participated
ny i mteu state lighthouse vesse
steamboat of all kind, gasoline
launches, fishing, sailing and gasoline
ItoaUi fireworks, colored fire, blowing
steam whistle, horns, or anything that
can make noise; playing of searchlights
mule by several band.
First prUe, best decorated and ilium
nated steam craft, 10. Second prize,
iiei ueeorattHi ami iiimninateii sa
craft: First prise, 20. Second prise, $10.
Best decorated and illuminated
line boats; First prize, $20. Second
Boat towing largest number saiberaft
First, priae, 120. Second prise, 110.
During thi monster marine parade,
J. If. Howard s Co, will present upon
barge stationed in front of the gland
stand, pantomime of "The Last lhiy
of the Mohican," showing number of
living pictures. The perfisrmance will
wind up with a weird Indian war dance.
participated in by a large number of
The marine parade will start opposite
V. F. Co-oiierativa cannery, thence to
buoy, opposite Booth's cannery, then past
grandstand to starting point.
At the close of business August 10, 1903.
I told them to put the man in a
chair and carry him to the hospital, at
the same time sending for Mr. Locke
to give the chloroform. We operated,
and found a mas of varicosed veins at
the bottom of this tumor which was
about four inches in diameter. There
was also an artery running into the dis
eased area. After some hunting we
found and tied the bleeding vessels, and
a they were diseased they had to be
tied several times before the sutures
would hold. Then we sewed him up and
soon saw him safe in bed and doing
"In the meantime, word came that the
poor Chinese doctor had been put into
prison. We all thought that was hard,
and I sent over my card and asked that
he be released, now that the man op
erated upon was out of danger. The
official sent back word that a man like
that should not be at large, but that
lie would send him out of prison with a
soldier to watch him. So he was watched
for two or three days. They now tell
me that if the man had dit-d the Chi
nese doctor might have been badly pun
ished or even killed for it. Three days
later, as I was on my way to the dis
pensary, a man began bowing and scrap
ing profusely. When he came up I
found it was the poor doctor, who begged
me to go with him to the yamen, to
have him released. He said they had
taken all his money and medicines, and
f I did not go and entreat for him
there was no telling what might hap-
en to Imn. So I went with Jinn, but
the official wouldn't make any promises.
However, when I left he let the doctor
"0 with nie, and the poor fellow fol
lowed me about three miles, all through
the main htreet, he was so Tearful tii
officers would catch liim again.
"The unfortunate doctor has now gone
for good; left these parts, powders,
lrugs and banners, and the doctor who
helped him comes out every day and in
other ways shows his friendship."
At the ho-pital and dispensaries un
cr Dr. Vanderburgh's eare there were
treated in the last year 1,436 patients,
besides 32 in patients, 19 major opera
tions and "'.i minor operations were per
formed. Many visits were made by the
doctor the people in their homes.
Loans and dis
counts 1567,809 70
County warrant 18,130 40
City warrants ..
Due from bank
Cash on hand.,..
43,449 82 1029,389 92
55,930 00 147,852 73
Total 791,742 65
Capital paid in 1100,000 00
Surplus 33,000 00
Undivided profit 14,927 21
Dividends unpaid 120 00
Subject to check3H9,704 31
Time certificate. 237,130 12
cates 14,801 01 041,695 44
Total 1791,742 03
Two words. Schilling'!
Best; and one more that ii
moneyback stand for the best
in trade: best goods and best
Sea Side's Most Progressiva Firm
F. Dresser & Go's
Conducted on high business method.
Employs 15 to 20 people. Building
cover about 23,000 square feet of
floor space; has large show windows.
Everything arranged in department
Woo dress goods, silks, wash goods,
men's shoes, ladies' children's and
Clothing, hats, men's furnishings,
notions, fancy goods.
Groceries, hardware, tinware, glass
ware, plumber and builder supplies.
Hay, oats and grain.
EDWIN C. JUDD, Manager.
REGATTA NOTES 3
aii tup nPPiriAi npvvs
W msWfesj iim w awn A
1 -'fiilMsC.''- -r -e-
Seventh Annual Regatta, August 29-3 1 1
Notice i hereby given that the As
toria Regatta company wll not be re
sponsible for any bill contracted by any
person or persons utiles accompanied by
requisition signed by the president and
secretary, which requisition mut be re
turned with the bill. All claim contract
ed must be presented to the committee
thin ten day from th order and the
bill and claim will be paid on demand.
By order of committee.
All person hating room or bed ttf
rent during the regatta week, will plea
send the number rom and the prl
for each to the secretary of the IlegatU
company, sign your nam and addres
fur ue on the room register,
"On for All, and All for A tori" has
been, i. and shall remain our motto.
The blue and the white,
And "BROWN" are all right.
Farmer Bowlby'a show at Hedrick's
theater will plea all the farmer, the
merchant .the young and the old. '
The SEASIDE HOUSE !
Clatsop Beach, Oregon.
pSHER'S OPERA HOUSE-
iL L, E Seelig, Lessee and Manager1
FOUR NIGHTS COMMENCING
Wednesday, Aug' 30, 1905
C) 543 Bona Street
REST YOUR FEET
In Pair of
Dr. A. Reed's Cushion Shoes
Specially made for tender feet. Don't limp. Don't complain of sore feet.
Don't say: "Oh, my corn!" But get a pair of these shoes at once.
Eoss, Biggins & Co.
IN A SERIES OF DRAMAS AND
Wednesday, the Farce Comedy "CAPT, RACKETT."
Thursday, Border Drama ..."CRAWFORD'S CLAIM."
Friday, Military Drama "TWO SOLDIER BOYS."
Saturday, Farce Comedy : "PRIVATE SECRETARY."
SPECIALTIES BETWEEN ACTS. CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE.
RESERVED SEATS " . . '. . 2o"c
GALLERY . ...... 10c
SEAT SALE OPENS TUESDAY S. C0TINU0US PERFORMANCE.
I now open for guests, Thl fine old
Resort, situated on the banks of the Ns
ranicum river, only a few rods from the
ocean, offers to its patron the
Only Ideal Spot On
for fresh and salt water bathing, fish
ing, boating and hunting. Free 'bus to
all trains, Addres all communications
The tSeaside House
You Can Save Money
If you buy your Groceries, Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes,
Hats, Hardware, Rubber Goods, Confectionary, Tobacco,
Cigars, etc at
E. M. L ALLY'S
Look for big changes that are to take place shortly
in our big, new establishment. Larger Store, Larger Stock,
Best Goods at lowest Prices. WATCH US GROW
E. M. LALLY, Hammond. 1
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