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THE MORNING ASTORIAN. ASTORIA. OREGON.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER n, 1905,
CLAIMS ARE ALLOWED
County Coirt Disburses Tunds
for September Expenses. M'u
ROADS CALL FOR MOST MONEY
Taking Cart of the County Poor Call
for aa Expenditure of Nearly t4oe
Bnildint of Several Bridget Help to
Swell Expenditures for the Month.
The following claim were allowed by
the county court at the Ocober term:
" J. A. Eakin, state v. F. Bramer,
circuit court $ 13.09
f:J. M. Hughe, atate v. reteraoa "
, circuit court .... 1 13.00
Frank Spittle, state vs. VT. ' "
Stockton, circuit court 13.00
Michael CodyhalWance for Sept 12.00
Mrs. Margaret Johnson, monthly;
allowance ' 10.00
'' Mr. Bruce, monthly allowance.. : 10.00
Mrs. C. Baker, car of Wm
F. D. Winton, atate vs. Cornelia
;" CRiley (2 caws) ....
, i Cost of inquest on Mosca Fa-.
ci-.'; lange .... ..
. ,, Costs of inquest on Leonardi
Costs of inquest on Danl Graham 12.30
Kalle Falonen, witness fees 7.00
J. S. Dellinger, circuit court bar,
dockets .... i 20.00
.Taface. Catering Co., meals fori "
jurors I ' 4.30
. Qiaa. Newman, interpreters fees ! S.50
State vs. Elmer Peterson, cost
in justice eourt ..' ; 13.05
State ts. John Hendrickson, cots ! ' "
m-justice court-.1.. '. ..rv.rr.T i2O.0O
"""State vsVUenry Wetman, cost in ""
t." "justice court 'r.v ... ........
t " . i . t ir.ir
; piv tb. r. j. jicuanamna COl
t,i.. justice court ...' .... ......
State vs. Alex Wilson, cost in
State ts. Lura Wui, costs in jus
Fisher Bro's Co., wire rope for
ANOTHER. MASTERFUL DEMONSTRATION
OF OUR BUYiNG SUPERIORITY TAKES PLACE
tioe court .... 17.43
Andrew Johnson, building bridges
on road No. 93 10.30
W. Winters, building bridges on
road No. 93 9 00
C. Winters, building bridges on
road No. 93 9.00
O. Winters, building bridges on
road No. 93 fcOO
J. P. Ryan, building 80 rods of
road on Lewis and Clark .... 303.00
J. P. Ryan, building bulkhead on
road No. 77 313
C .11. Osgood, building bulkhead
on road No. 77 13.50
(J. R. Richardson, building bulk
head on rood No. 77 14.CA
It Myers, building bulkhead on
road No. 77 14 63
Pay roll on Elk Creek road 20.80
Astoria Grocery oil for Young's
Bay bridge 3.40
John McCann, labor on Young's
Bay bridge ... 7.00
A. V. Allen, oil for Lewis and
Clark bridge 2.73
bridge .... 5.03
J. B. Lewis, building Beneka
bridge at Jewell 200.00
A. W. Duncan, hauling plank for
. Tillotson bridge 17.00
Pacific Iron Works, bolta and
washers for Necanicum bridge 60.77
Fisher Bro Co., nails etc., for
. Wornstaft bridge .... 4.70
A. V. Allen, nails etc., for Wal-
luski road No. 86 8.13
J. L. Hjorteland, repairs on bridge
near Vollmers .... ,12.00
George Beckman,' repairs on the
bride near Vollmers 18.00
Dan G. Malarkey, lumber for
Warrenton bridges 51.73
Astoria Lumber Co., lumber for
Walluski bridge 146.34
Astoria Lumber Co," lumber for
Road No. 95 near Warenton.. 101.96
James Boyle, clearing gulch on
road No. 86 5.00
IL Lindstadt, repair of bridge in
district No. 14. (Push) 6.00
Fred Watson, tepair ef bridge in
.district No. 7 (Olney) ........ 12.00
H. A. Ward, repair of bridge in
district No. ' t . . V. '. ......... ' 4.50
S. ."LNanrtrup, provisions for
Mrs. Leaf ur . j; . 12.00
A. V. Allen provision for Matt
A. V. Allen, provisions for J. Ny-
man (August and Sept.) .... 13.95
A. V. Allen, provisions for Isaac
OCT, 1 UT 9 O'CLOCK
Just at this Season of the . year, which
is our ( busiest. tieT-manucturers all
over the country are offering their left
over stocks at a mere song
We sang the loudest in this instance
and the result is, that we are able to
patrons xm Wednesday next
by actual count, 9643 yards of fine
Swiss Embroideries that would retail in
any store in the country at from 1 5c to
50c at the exceedingly low price of only
S Cettt&fahe yard
WHETHEB IT BAINS 0B SHINES: If YOU ABE THOROUGHLY
ALIVE TO YOU OWN INTERESTS Y0UT.L COME EEBE WED
NESDAY PREPARED TO BUY . EMBROIDERIES ENOUGH TO
LAST YOU FOB YEARS .TO COME. .
EXTBA SALES "PEOPLE TO WAIT UPON YOU. NO LIMIT,
TAKE AS MANY YARDS AS YOU WANT.
Sole For Cosh Only.
& STOKES CO.
NEW GOODS ONLY
Hill (Aug. and Sqpt.) 13.90
Uo, lliggins k Co, provlsiMis
for Hugh McLaughlin, Aug. .. 8.00
Ross, Higgins k Co., provisions
Wm. Wilson, Aug 8.00
Rohm, lliggins ft Co., provisions
for Mr. J. (.ruber 2.50
Rosa, Higgins 1 Co., provisions
for Wm. Wilson, Sent. 6 00
Rosa, lliggins 1 Co., provisions
for George Wilson, Cept 8.00
Ross, lliggins 1 Co., provision
for Hugh McLaughlin, Sept. .. 8.00
W. a A. Pohl, burial of Stano
Thomas Peterson, meals for coun
ty prisoner .... 58.43
A. V. Allen, brooms for jail .... 1.20
Fisher Bros Co., tools . . . 3.55
Pacific Iron Works, repair on jail 112.48
O. Boren, repair on jail 41.23
Pay roll on Smith's point road.. 173.03
F. P. Leienenweber, extending
tax roll 23.07
R. N. Carnahan, extending tax
Thos. Linnville, stamps etc. 9.50
J. N. Griffin, stationery for clerks
J. N. Griflin, stationery for clerka
Glass A Prudhomtne, stationery
for clerks office 4.17
J. S. Dellinger Co., supplies for
sheriffs office 9.50
J. C. Clinton, stamps, etc., for
clerks office 9.W
The Astoria Budget, call for bids
for roofing court house 2.50
The Astoria Budget, notice, meet
ing of board of equalization.. 5.00
Astoria Water Commission, water
for quarter 21.00
Astoria Electric Co., gas and
W. C. Laws 1 Co., stove etc for
assesors office 9.00
Pacific States Tel & Tel co.,
rent of phones 6.60
Sherman Transfer Co., rig 1.50
Foard 4 Stokes, tar .etc., for
St. Mary's Hospital, care of poor 336.00
W. J. Hess, meals for jurors.... 3.23
Fred Oman, labor on Skipanon
(Continued on page 5.)
Mrs. Tilda Anderson, massage. 1470
Onand Avenue. Given either at home or
THERE WAS NO FOG
Julius Strauss Tells Story of St
STARS WERE SHINING BRIGHT
Mr. Straus Refute to Travel oa Jew.
iih Holiday, and Arrives in Astoria
Overland Trying Experience Talis on
Julius Strauss, an Astorian who was
a passenger on the wrecked steamer St.
Paul, arrived on the A. & C train yes
terday morning. Other Astorian who
were on the unfortunate vessel, returned
on the steamer Alliance Tuesday, but
Mr. Strauss declined to travel on Mon
day, the Jewish holiday, Yom Kippur,
which account for his tardy arrival.
The story Mr. Strauss tells of the
wreck is significant, in as much a he
insists that the night, instead of being
fWTy ne of beautiful starlight.
Mr. Strauss plainly shows the effect
of his strenuous experience. One of his
old friend lat night declared that he
had apparently aged 10 years.
Young Soldier Communicate Bit Senae
of Gratitude to Cuihing Pot.
The following letter was received, yes
terday by the adjutant of Cushing Post,
So. 3, Crand Army of the Republic, of
this rity, and fully explains its grate
"Fort Worden, Washington,
'atolier 7, IU0J.
"The Adjutant. Curbing Tost, Xo. 3.
"(!. A. R., Astoria. Oregon:
"Dear Sir: I wih to thank the
dishing Post fur their kindness rendered
and asKitanre given, at the funeral of
my father, the late Colonel A. I.
Schenck, Artillery Corps, who died at
Fort Stevens, Oregon. We cannot, fit
tingly, express our appreciation and
thanks to the member of the Cuhing
Pont. I al-o wih to thank you for the
beautiful flowers which the pot sent.
We shall hold in warmest remembrance
the lovely tribute to my father' worthy
. (Signed) ALKXANDKK T. SCHFA'CK,
Corjmral, .12nd Company. C, A."
AproHH of the author of the foregoing
letter, it limy nut Ik n inT-s to uy thai
the young man, with every opKrtunily
at his command for an entry inio the
federal echool at Went Point witli it
execiHl advantages for a career in the
army, cho.e rather to enter the ervh-e
from the ordinary itainlarl of an en
listed man, in order to ohtuin an ex
perience nm grounding in the manual
and duties of the service that would not
be his under the higher auitpices of tne
military academy, and it is to his cred
it that he selected the humbler sphere
of schooling, a it will, undoubtedly
make of him a well-equipped, discern
ing and capable ofliccr, when he shall
have risen to the dignities that lie be
N, P. Sorenson, Portland.
Seig S. Topliti, San Francico.
L. J. Ma!y, Chehalis.
A. C. Youmans, San Francisco.
Walter Seaoorg, Ilwaco.
Dan J. Moore, Seaside.
S. Pappic, San Francisco,'
J. Low, Portland.
J. W. Irwin, Tacoma. '
C. P. Croft, Portland.
C. P. Maginnls, Portland.
8. I). Leighton, Portland.
L. A. New ton, Portland.
Dr. M. 8. Bennett, Portland.
W. E. Coman, Portland.
R. Farns worth, San Francisco,
G. Perrett, Portland.
Mary Perrett, Portland. '
J. W. Smith, Portland.
L. B. Winter, Portland.
L, A. Loom! and daughter, Ilw
L. D. Johns, Waggala, Minn.
Mr. 8. J. Howell, Portland.
Capt H. Wannell, Dnrbridge.
II. 8. Mcftowan, McGowan.
M. Wise, City.
J. 8. Wilson, Virginia.
F. II. Miller, Clifton.
New Cure for Cancer.
Ail -earfct wtitr re aor kaown
to be curable, by Bucklen't Arnica Salve.
Ja. Walter, of Duffield, Va., write;
"I had a cancer on my lip for year, that
seemed incurable, till Bucklen't Arnica
Salve healed it, and now it ia perfectly
welL " Guaranteed cure for cut and
burn. 25c at Chaa. Rogers' drug ttore.
CHINOOKS COME IN RIVER.
For the first time in many years, a
quantity of good grade Royal Chinook
salmon are coming Into the river, in the
regular fall run. A a rule the later
run consist almost entirely of Silver
Mte and other inferior fish, but this
year, many of the up-river gillnetter
have been making daily substantial
catche of the Chinook,
Taken as a whole, however, the sea
son thus far ha been somewhat dis
appointing, and the situation ha only
been saved by the excellent run of fall
Ash in the l'ugct Sound.
NATURE TELLS YOU
At Many ao Aatoriao leader Know Too
When the kidney are sick.
Nature tell you all about It,
The urine I nature calendar.
Infrequent or too frequent action j
An urinary trouble telle of kidney
Doan'a Kidney rill cur all kidney
, K, E. Minor, stone maton, of 432 East
Tayolr street, Portland, Ore., ayt "I
never hesitate to recommend Doan'a Kid
ney Pill. Thia remedy did so much f-r
me that I wih every other sufferer from
kidney troubles might know of it. I
wt subject to attack of kidney com
plaint for eight or nine year. There
was continual irregularity of the kidney
secretions which showed a sediment like
brick dust and passage were accom
panied with the sensation of scalding.
My back ached continually and wa al
waya worse if my work brought any
strain on the back. I tried different
remedies recommended fur tills trouble
hut found little or no benefit. At length
I saw Doan'a Kidney Pilla advertised
and got a box. They stopped the back
ache and healed the kidney so tht
the secretions were rendered normal. I
have induced several other people to try
Doan' Kidney Pill and know of mny
instance in which they have done the
same satisfactory work."
Plenty more proof like this from
Astoria people. Call at Clia. Roger'
dmg store and k what hi customer
For sale by all dealer. Price 60 ct.
Foster-Milbum Co., Puffalo, N. Y, aole
gent for the United State.
Remember the Name Doan' and
take no other.
A great a-xiitiiietit of Indict' furs,
The most extcn-dve line u well as
the lowest priced ever shown ill .W
toriu. We iiiote a. few prii-e to
give an idea of rsnjje of piiiet.
CI inches long $
1 2 3 yard 7.83
IH) inches .... 15.75
(H) inches 18.00
2 12 yards a4.oo
1 1-3 yards long 1,45
1 2-3 yard long 1.40
1 2-3 yard long 1.35
1 1-2 yard long 3.75
Ladies', misses and children' coaU
in the new, latest styles. j
v ' . ' ; . 1 ; 1 .. ...
Now is your opportunity to get
an exclusive style in a rain coat
If your clothe are clotlM(, they
will be a credit to both of va, to far a
appearance go. Wt hart bo competi
tor! eicept tht high daa tailor and
obr proce it ont half hit price.
P. A. STOKES
"A DRESSY SHOP FOB DRESSY MEN"
Full of Tragic Meaning.
M these line from J. IL Simmon", of
Casey, la. Think what might have re
sulted from hi terrible eough If he had
not Uken the medicine about which h
write: "1 had a fearful cough, that dis
turbed m- "ight'e rest. 1 tried every
thing, but i"ing would relieve It, until
I totk I). Kind's New Dlscomy for
C nsumption, Cough and Cold, which
completely 'cured me." Instantly relieve
and permanently cure mil throat and
lung diseases preveitUi grip nd pneu
monia. At Chaa. Rogr&rugjrUt guar
anteed; 50c and f 1.00. Trial bottle free.
Cleanne your system of all impurities.
Now Is the time to Uke Holli.ter'
ItiKky Mountain Tea. It will make yoit
well and keep you well. 35 oents, Ten
or Tablet. Frank Hart
Pears' is t essentially
a toilet soap. - A 6oap
good for clothes won't
benefit face and hands.
Don't use laundry soap
for toilet or bath. That
is, if you value clear
t .Pears' is pure 6oap
and matchless for the ,
Sold in town and village
and Knife Pleating:
fpf 0 Hot Iron. No Burning of Goofta.
Eighth Floor, Marquam Building.
'. P0BTLAND. i
Prompt and Careful AUentiea Givta
to all Out-of-Town Order. '
'.6-1 11 IV 1
GOOD, CLEAN ' '
OPEN ALL NIOMT
390 Bon4 St., cor. Ninth