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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 12, 1906)
FRIDAY, JANUARY I. iod.
iTtE MOlTlSrtfG AStORXATt. aSTUKIA. OlltGON.
."FINE AND DANDY"
Peopl of good at will tppneUt 1
EHMAN'iS RIPE OLIVES
Tiny si jut la sad Jut rlglt.
AT 20c THE PINT
Com sud tempi tli'in ,
ROSS, HIGGINS (1 Co.
TBI RELIABLE GROCFt.
TERSE TALES 07 TBS TOWI
For CIUBhav--Mi. It. Hck-'oi,
Norwegian by birth, plie to be an
American ettlsen and declared bit' In
tention In thl behalf y.terday before
County link Clinton.
Oi Sstatdty Moiaing. Tb'i'wTll le
teacher' meeting held tomorrow Sat
urday morning, at :) o'clock, stttb
hblwly school building, to discuss
grade work, tb loading topic bring
ll'i Mmia mob.
Tin Woman's Club. Th Wumau'.
Club, of till city, Mill gather tomorrow
afternoon at :30 oYUk, at the lied
Men' hall, at which time ami lact it
I. mot earnestly hom h-r will be
voty attendanc', a the Inn
promise to b of oUtIiImI inlcie.t.
Mr, (iwnhart will pieside ami the lead
lnf l''lo fr treatment will be a rr
upm the "effect of Woman' Work in
th Industrial Woild," and ilntlirn with
tha ethical feature of thr ntij ti and
in tbl relation Mr. Freda tlrelka will
discus tha eeonomk' Issue of the same
mttr In a paper prepared with that
i lew and purpose. Mr. (Ha lUkiT mill
I In charg of the lini-kN to which
Mr.. Frank Spittle will contribute vo
rally and Mb Kerchoff. with Instru
mentation. Tb reading of the hour
will U rendered by Mr. A. A. Finch,
with Hood's "Hons of tlia Hhlrt" her
contribution. Everyon la expected t
be equipped with a eUolalion in "wolk."
Docs Hill Bros.,
Mocha & Java
Coffee Sell Better
Than .Any Other?
118 122 Twelfth St, A.torla, Or.
A Household Favorite
Australia's Best Product
and your most economical
and satisfactory fuel
'Phone Orders to Main 1961
Batatas From G:rany- Martin liotli
I mhI t have the niairagcaient of tb
Klevnhauea cold storage lant trlib
la now under cour of construction at
Altoona. Mr. Both had ju.l returned
from a trip to Germany, where he re
pott a my plraant tiip.
i f MM
Tb dstt U art.
On Las Deed. Hut one document
indhating a tUn in realty title
hereabout tihi yrterday at the
county clirk'a uRIit: From WiliUm
K. tifeen to the AtutU A Israel,
dVn, inileratim K), conveying hit
. 7 and In M!v I. of Dradbury '
Addltiun ti (han firova.
Tnetday, Ja. tett, tt 9 a. m.
Burid Today.-C F. bbn, of Mr
I oiik, Sr'u,, ariittt) in the city Wedne'
day to arrnne fur the burial of hi
bmtlier, .l.i. ph Isbn. whn died and-
ili nly In I tu city of heart failure. The
funeral will otvur tinUv from the 1'obl
umlrrtakiiie parlor, and tiie Interment
will lie in tiretnwond eenietery.
At Foard 4 Stoket Ca.
Death sf Korah Wiawa.-Mia Norah
Wilkin, of thia rity, tha daughter of
Swan Wllwn. died lat evening at Ave
o'ebrk at her hbfti on Fifteenth and
Ihian etreeta of consumption,. The dr
crc wa nineteen year old and had
been ill for tha pat four month.
Funeral arrangementa will I annoiinc
Cooper! Annual Cltaranca Sala Mow
Golnf On. Don't Miaa It.
Tht kit embrotdtry ia1.
Joint Initallation Joint lnttlatin
citnuica wet held WeiliicvU r evcniii((
in the A. 0. V. W. hall, by Ctchiug
l'ot, No. 14, of the (I. A. It. and Culi
ing Corp, No. S, nf the Woman Itelicf
t'oqi A lrru immlier of the member
of IhiIIi oicniation werv present and
.1 1 t enjoyable time wa had. . There
wa a plcaant literary and miioical pro.
Ktam ufter the regiilur Installation ren.
moiii. and refrrhnwnt wer serveil
Tie? follow ing nfliiera were Installed for
(lie coming year: l'relilent, Mr. Uar
bara Hart w ig; 8 nir Vlcrroldent
Mi-. M.irtli Haw thorn 1 Junior Vhv.
I're.iilfiit, Mr. Ji-nnie lljirinmn; S'.
retary, Mi Mamie Clinton; Treauier,
Mi. Ruiveim Sprm.r; Cliaplnin. Mr
Klla Hall; Com! tor, Mr. Chariot (
Flkstiuin; Asltaut (iimnL Mrs. So
pliiii Kminon; Vf CoireHindcnt, Mr
Klirohetli Itiih; Patriotic Instructor,
Mr, Surah Clinton 1 Color Ih'arera
No, I, Mis Nellie Muiiim; No. 2,
Mr. F.li Curran; No. 3. Mr. Jessie
Fuiri No, 4, Mr. Lucy Ingall. Tho of
fleer intulled for Cusliing lt wer,'
Theodore Ilroemer. I". t'.t William 1j".
Senior V. C.i 1). H. A I If it. V. Ci A. I).
Craig, ( huplain; A. Mieriinckau. )t
lermaster Kargeanti I L, Tnylor. ti. II.;
II. C. WVI. h, O, II.
Cooper! Annual Clearanca Sal Row
Golnf On. Don't Ml It.
Et Mtttli.-A petition filed
lid or del, bimlx, yesterday, In tha pro
bate court, providing for lb epprais
ment ciitl Uuiiiiioi radoa of th 1atr
of Charles N,vtiit, dmt-aaed. John
(""rye, JUx Young and T.'H. Cornelius
wcie appointed appiaisrr and James
KiiiUvmhi w named a administrator
To Try It Out. Jen H. Ilanton, of
tin city, bale I),-niorrllr, and m'w
fill, candiilate for tlie xmltioii of poliee
ifiiiiiniMkiner, oa tb niuutcipal taff,
ami wIhis Imlui tion to ot'u waa mine
what M-r eiutoilly fuutcd by tb deci
iori of thn present iiHuiiibent, Judge
(lias. II. rge to bold hi oflict until
the xdiatitt of hi Una of offic
umli r tuc apporttoriment of tb coun
cil, or until th law abould be invoked
anl tib-d out to hi cutting, yeterday
Died auit ia du form, in tb circuit
court of Clatup county, to o try out
the iue, and it l neille to say, tne
ea will l watched with exceeding in
terest by host of people to whom a
Judgment ia tb premise mean MB
idvrablc. Fraachla Croat!. At a ierll
meeting Wednesday evening the Sea
si' le city council granted a f ram-bis to
W. I. Dudley of He tile to construct
and operate an electric road within the
limit of that city. According to the
term of the franchise th leas I for
thirty years, and during that tinn the
company agree to supply th city of
Seaside wilh electric light. Tb fran
chise ruut also be accepted by th com
pany within thirty day, and construc
tion work mut begin inside of six
month. Mr. Dudley state that it fc
t'.ie Intention of hi company to build
an electric road from Seaside to A
lord. The rad wilt run along the top
of the s- iii ridge to Morrison Nand
th-n come atraighl into this city, cross.
ing tha les t Clark and Young
river. Application for tit right to
enma these river has already been
made to the war department and th
preliminary survey for the line have
been nude. Mr. Dudley, with another
man, represent a large Seattle company
ha been her for the pat three month
looking over the ground and making
ilan for the actual work of construct
ing the line, which they aay will not be
long delayeik Rumor also ha it, that t He
Seattle com-crn which will build th At-
orh Seiile road, eolitenaplatee a fur
Iht extension of the line np tho Co
lumbia river, with a view of ultimately
etts-ndiug the road so a to connect
with 1'ortland. The report, which
though unverified, comes from a re
liable aoun-, i one tlwt oceint ViTT
likely to be true, and to the optimist,
it would -cm that it will not lie kng
before the road become an actuality.
Cooper"! Ana ail Clearanc Sal Row
Going On. Doat Kiao It
HIS TITLE CLEAR.
Hob. Joseph B. Whitney' Second Can
didacy for Stat Printer.
In announcing hi candidacy for re
let lion to the ollice of state printer
Mr. Joseph K. Whitnev is the only
.inn county- own who tin yet entered
lie poliliml list with reference to th?
ale ll. kit.
There is no reiieon '.y the long
tttmliiig ctftom of the liepntilican
party witli reference to a second term
or a coniiH'tdit olliier siiould not in
this caw lie followed.
It is a fat that Mr. Whitney has
K-i-ii a liti-loiig lirpiihlimin worker,
.lil.ilnl to lull t v ill. ill, InilisiMiscd to
frtitiaiuil nililiiitioif. 1'ifsilily no man
n rhe stiite is In-tlcr ipuililicd profc
ioual!v for thi- plu. The otlii has
sen atiiv Coiitliiili'a ill me present h i
.. . ... . . i
iiinili.itiou. F.c provided by law,
leiilicr iiiiiic nor le, hv been re-
1-iteil, Woik baa been well and
riiiintlv done. Stale doriinii-nt and
ulilicntions have been more at
ractivelv t forth, fiom a tu Imiial
l, i ii'lx lint .
It i not a fact that the revenues of
the ollliv hae been diverted into un
orthy channel, and hint from Port
land of relation with defunct bocs
have their origin only with the envious
and the Jealous who want the place
It may be that th ollice should come
in contact with the pruning shear.
Th present printer did not fix the
vale. The present printed ha -never
opposed modification of price, restric
tion of the volume of printing or in any
way mtditled with th prerogutive of
the people In this naUter. No aane man
can well nay more, and the conduct of
the office at pre-cnt ia trictly bnsine
and free from criticism by the fair
Appropriation for public printing
cover the cost of paper, binding, and
the like, The present printer ha cm-
iloycd high-tlas union printer, under
the right -hour rule and at a high scale
or time and overtime. In th legisla
te aeitloa th pitiae run day and
night at heavy cost to th printer. '
Other mentioned aa candidate have
dy received reward for political
ervice. One, especially; profu ini
Our Annual Sale
NOW GOING ON
promise of change for the better, h
been Intently activ in factional party
politk-s, and hi nomination would do
much to stir up bitter feeling in the
With other counties offering candi
date not only for several place, but
several candidate for each of arverwl
places, it may reasonably appear that
Linn county' candidate for state oftlc
ha etery prospect ut aucccs at the
With just reason, the interest her
at homo- ia this . candidacy ia alto
ANOTHER CHEERING WORD.
Gradually tb Spirit of Progress Wend
It Useful Wiy.
"January 11. 1006.
"To the Kditor of the Atorian.
''I notice in bmlay'e Oregonian, an
editorial on the effort of th AatorUo
to rngag th attention of it readers
to many things in and about Astoria
which they might do to advance the
Interest, of it home city. The Ore
gonian a editor I inciincu to oe ic-
liou but. all the same, he has another
editorial it-m, In the same im boom
ing the Nehalem and Tillamook coun
try, and incident uly stating that it Is
onlv lot) miles from Portland.
"I wish to commend the course of
the Astorian in it effort to wake up
it reader to the fact tliat there are
some tiling, that they might, cnuld,
would or should do, if they would only
get together aud try to do them,
wlictlH-r it is a seawall public park, or
park, or a railroad to Tillamook, and
if they do not do thrnvit is not the
fault of the Atorin; it ha don its
duty. 'Sic 'em Tigc.'
"Before we can sympathize with oth
er, w .must hav suffered ourselves."
No on can realize the suffering attend
ant upon an stsck of the grip, unless he
ha had th sctual experience. There
is probably Bo dia that cause so
much physical and mental agony, or
which so suaarssfully defies medical aid.
All danger from the grip, however, may
be avoided by the prompt u of
Chamberlsin's Cough Remedy. Among
the tens of thousands who have msd
this remedy, not on c has ever beea
reported that has resulted in pneumonia
or that baa not recovered. For sale by
Frank Hart, and leading druggist.
For any disease of th skia there is
nothing better than Chamberlain's
Salve. It relieve the itching and burn
ing sensation instantly and1 soon effects
a cur. Sold by Frank Hart, and lead
W00D1 WOOD! WOOD!
We hsvo mowd to MO Tenth street,
corner of Grand avenue, sad caa be
found there at any time, for hauling
and drsying purpose.
R. C. McINTOSH.
Cooper! Annual Clearanc Sal New
Going Oa. Dent Mis It
Every article in the house reduced.
This is the greatest offering in Fine
Dry Goods, Qothing, Funiishing
Goods, Etc placed before the people
of the Lower Columbia for a year.
Dry Goods and Clothing House of Astoria.
Krr har to wait long at the C
eidant Barber Shop. A. E. Fetarsoa,
Parties wishing to study shorthaad
at private night school should call on
or adrosa Boy H. Kasgy, Eoldea House.
K. JL Ackennaa, 421 Bond fit, ioasaB
maaner of texidemy, funuture apbol
storing, carpet doming and laying, raaV
trwsa making a specialty and all work
Why We Do It
Don't Matter !
We Can Do Better
FOR ONE W1EX WE WILL SEL OUR POPULAR 75C NOVELS
"AND WE HAVE A BIG LINE" BOUGHT DIRECT FROM PUBLISH
ERS. WE OFFER THEM FOR ONE
WE tDO IT BECAUSE IF OTHER WANT
CAN DO SO TOO.
Souvenier Book of Astoria
This Week 18 Cents.
OUR ssC BOUND BOOK-TAKE YOUR CHOICE 15C.
FULL OF GENPINE BARGAINS THIS WEEK.
vSvenson's Book vSiore.
Fourteenth ind Commercial Street
Wt ar sol agent! la Astoria for tb Niagara Stov Works of Buffalo, N. T.
Celebrated Stoves and Ranges
tip i H
Portland, J.a. 13th and WtK
Ob account of shore meeting tha
0. B. V N. Co. will sell rotud trip
tickets to Portland.- at one and on
third fare for boat leaving Astoria asi
tb morning of January lit. Tickets
good returning until January 18th.
Aay phase of hunger caa be daintily
gTatified at any hour of th day or
sight at tha Palace Bastauraat The
kitchen sad dining room serrfne art of
the positive best Private dining roots
for ladies. On call inspire regular eas
tom. Try it Commercial street, oppo
site Page building.
TO GIVE AWAY BOOKS WE
OUR STORE IS
THE ZENITH AND TEX STAY
Every one guaranteed. Will let yo
stand or sit on tha ores door if yoa
wish. Prices reduced on all stores sod
ranges till after the Holidays.
17. J. Scully
470-472 COMMERCIAL STREET '