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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1905)
THE MORNING ASTORIAN. ASTORIA. OREGON.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER il, 1903.
Another Shipment of
IEW NAVAL ORANGES AMD ALL
KINDS OF FRESH FRUIT AND
Current Matters Happening it the
HEAVY LINE OF TRANSFERS! ,
12) Commercial Si
Phone Main 131
warrantty title, eoaaderatlon. , 20
by 50 feet in IM X 1, lhk Xo.
(trim Annex to IVvnn drove.
Geo. J. Vilon to John .1. Rupp, et 1,
warranty title, confederation, fcl.W; N
12 of sV 14. Section Si, T. A X. 15.
John ljtr-wn and wife to John 15iip
ft !., warranty title, eoniJeration 4"0.
Ixt Xo, 4, Seetion 29 and I-ot Xo. X.
Section 32. T. 5 X K. 7
Santa Fe ftcifle R. R. Company to
il'lta. 1'. MitL'inni. warranty title, eon-
idorl(iiHi 2.427.31, conveying iWSO.11
" ;ncre- l" land in Clatsop ( ..mil v.
j iiim' t.iov( luind t'miiult lit Al
News of the Day at the County Seat- uv a Lewi.; warranty title, comdd
Declarations of Inten.on-Marriaje ,.w,i a: conveying lad Xo. 24
Licenses Articles of Incorporation , ;,. v., in !":,;.,.. 1
and Things of Interest.
There were four men who filed their
declarations of intent to become Amert
can eituen, with County Clerk Clinton
yeterilay, towit: P. S. Andex, a
Swede; John Siruio and John Pet,
both Finns, and llrick Ilagbort Beukioo
W. Howell and wife to The A
toria Abstract, Tith A Tru-d Co.. uuit
claim title, consideration, $1.00; X 12
of S 12 E 14 of Section 7, T. 7 X R.
Astoria Abstract. Title 4 Tru-t Co,,
to Fred W. Bradley, warranty title, con
sideration $IU0, conveying X 1-2 of SK
14 of S.vtion 7, T. 7 X. R. 6 V.
The Astoria Company to Chan. W.
Mafctnt warranty title, consideration
The County Clerk yesterday i-sued mg Vie et 12 of Lot No.
a marriaire license in behalf of Mr. ln ,,o,k No- W) ShnelyV A,toria
Walter E. Blaekstock and MUa Cm ' t"udia M.lXmald (widow) et al.. to
F. Hilton. i"" Z- ''"ST, wwnuntfr title, eon-
: :4rtio $1000. convehir U KM
: rrr.r: - ne 1.4 xE u 0 sw 1.4 and x
m tuv mm vi nt vouhit iier yea- ... . - . .... , . ... ..
t 1 . .v , " 1-4 of SK 1-4 of Section 8. T tl X., R
tenlay by the Oregon Cafe Company, w -,...,.
namintr a capital stock of $15,000, di-1
vided into 150 shares at $100 pvr hxe,
and W. E. Shimpff, Jowph Schamberger
and Carl Sacry, a incorporator. The
company proposes to open and conduct
cafe, restaurant, saloons and summer
We wDl har, tte largest and mostrf '
aomplet line of china, crockery, glass, terday wvre numerous as indicated by
the following list of nine:
ware, bric-a-brac, rat glass, bar goods,
cutlery and sflrerware ever brought to
this city. Opening date to be announced
Morning Astorian, 75c per month.
W. C. Jackon to Mrs, Mary Knowks, J
J. W. IVtrii k, Warrenton.
E. Heilman. Portland.
W. C. Starknell, Ijm Angeles.
Mrs. J. V. Donne, Portland.
Mi" Alvena Peterson, nwsco.
II. If. Clark, South Bend.
L. .V. Loom!, Ilwaco.
Tlios. Hufonl, St. Louis.
wound Urtwv-n the eyes and the m-alp
plainly hosl the rau of death. Kel
ly was a driver in the employ of a Im-al
H. X. Raines wa down from Rainier
Mr. and Mi. IJ. IUn. n, of I'mtluml. j
are in the eitv on a xi-it.
F. I. KiH't titer left for 1'oitlnnd on
Vetetilay Itlolliinu'n rHe. oil olliiiiil
ltoine coiiiiei'ted with the Atoiiu A
('. J. Cooper was in the city from
I'm t la ml vetirilav.
J. R. Wiii-taiilev, of Salem, the imiiui
lar l iulerwtxHl tyitewriter man ,i in
the city on bu-iiH-s for his coittny.
Mrs. F. A. Fi-her returned from a
visit to Porthuull lat evening. Mr.
It.her returned from a business trip to
the Sound, on Sunday evening.
IV. Jay Tut tie was a hominir pas
lenger on the night express from Port
land at 11:35 p. in. yeiterdsy.
Frank Carney came in from a business
trip to the metropolis on the late train
One Number with every $2.50 you buy
Our Piano Contest
Drawing to a Close
MURDER AT PALO ALTO.
Some grocers sell Schflling'a
amrkc tnum leas
moneyback; some don't
They have their reasons
i Palo Alt... Cal., Xov. 27.-The .had
I body of J. V. Kelly of this town, was
found lat night iu a carriage which the
niaterles horse attached to it was
drawing aimlessly along the country
road U-tween hcif and Menlo park,
through the pelting rainstorm that wa
raging. Indications point to the com-nii-on
of murdr and robbery. A deep
A good com
rade for cabin
High grade. High price.
Sold only in aroma-tight
tins. Never in bulk.
J. A. rOLGCR A CO.
All in Need of Suits
Hats, Umbrellas, Suit
Cases, Trunks, etc.,
Will Do WeU to
Trade with Wise.
WHETHER YOU CET THE PIANO OR NOT, YOU ARE SURE TO
CET "GOOD GOODS" AND SQUARE TREATMENT.
ASTORIA'S RKLIAIU.K CLOTHIER
i i i . , , i
TWO GOLD MEDALiS
At the Lewis and Clark Exposition
Two Gold Medals awarded the
Monarch at the Lewis and Clark
Exposition, the first and only time
this range was ever shown at any
- - No grand prizes were offered, but
. the Jury on stoves and Ranges
. voluntarily manifested their high
esteem of the Monarch Range by
writing the letter leproduced here.
Several gold medals were awarded
different Range and Stove manu
facturers for various things the
Monarch received two. But it
remains for the Monarch alone
to receive the unqualified endorse
ment of the Jury, as is evidenced
by this letter.
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This Demonstrates beyond the
shadow of a doubt the superiority
of the Monarch over all others.
No other Range or Stove exhibit
ed was, in the opinion of the Jury
equal to the Monarch.
Pages of matter in praise of this
Range could not speak as convinc
ingly as does this letter, written by
men of undisputed judgment and
An examination of the
MONARCH Range at our
store will prove to any one
the justice of this verdict.
Us "Stay Sa.tlsfactory1anc
Sole Agents. Astoria Oregon