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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (June 1, 1906)
THE MORNING ASTORIAN, ASTORfA, OREGON.
FRIDAY, JUNI i,j9oJ.
FRESH EVERY DAY
3 Boxes for 25 cents
the flour that lias a worldwide reputation
A. V. ALLEN'S
Sole agent for Baker's Barrington II all Steel Cut Coffee.
Moyer, Haywood, Pcttibone, Case
Delayed for Year.
DEFENSE HAS SO ANNOUNCED
Attorneys Darrow and Richardson For
the Defame, leare for Their Homes
Today Line of Defense
is Yet Unknown.
Going to Paint
Painting is always expen
sive and you want to have it
done as cheaply as possible.
By buying a cheap paint
and saving a trifle in the be
ginning, or by using
Sun Proof Point
which looks best and
BOISE, May 31.-U was definitely dc
Notice is hereby given that all saloons I cided by the attorney for the defence
and other places where intoxicating! in the Mover. Haywood and lVttibone
liquors sre sold are required by law to lease tonight to take no further steps,
be closed both main and private en-1 This announcement was made bv C. S.
trances from 8 o'clock A. M- until 7 1 Harrow.
ociock r. AI. on Monday, June 4. 1906.1 In hi decision Judge Smith todar,
Said day being a, general election day.
Any violations hereof will be prosecut
ed to the full extent of the law. By
Chief of Police.
Republican Rally Tonight.
There will be a big and final repub-
pending the termination of habeas cor
pus proceeding in the United States
supreme court on behalf of Mover, Hay.
wood and Pettibone, said the state can
not go ahead with the trial, and wFat
the next step of the defense will be, is
not known. It ha been suggested that
they will go to the supreme court for a
mandate to compel! the lower court to
proceed, and also dismiss the appeal
B. F. Allen & Son.
i.ean rauy at ircnen nail, in Upper- from the circuit court, nlvimr on the
town, this evening, when the county writ of errors pending in the supreme
candidate, from Mr. Sohofield to Mr. court, which rover the same ground.
Sayre, will be in evidence and give good There is no intimation of what course
account of themselves to the assembled they will take, but it is stated hv
voters,' aided and abetted In the good
work by Attorney Howard Brownell, of
lion. Harrison Allen's office. The meet
ing will be the last, and best, of the
republican gatherings in old . Clatsop
and there will, no doubt, be a rousing
Bet Not Called.
The Astorian is compelled to announce
that that $500 of Withyeombe coin at
this office is still uncovered with any
like sum of good democratic money. Of
cour-e the reason is obvious, but it may
comfort some one to know that it will
be available until the polls close on
Monday evening, June 4, 1900.
that they will remain here several da vs.
It is understood Judge Smith will keep
the present term of court alive so the
case may proceed at any time.
The canes will not come to triul be
fore the end of the year. Mers. Dar
row and Richardson leave for home in
The kidneys filter the Mood. They work
night and day. When healthy they re
move about flOO grains of impure mat
ter daily, when unhealthy some part of
this Impure matter Is left In the blood.
This brings on ninny diseases and
symptoms pain In the back, headache,
nervousness, hot, dry skin, rheumatism,
gout, gravel disorders of the eyesight
and hearing dirtiness, Irregular heart,
debility, drowsiness, dropsy, deposits In
the urine, etc. But if you keep the filt
ers right you will have no trouble with
Mrs. S. Collin, of 670 Hlght ftreet.
Salem. Ore., says: "Trouble with my
klndneys and backache have caused me
much annoyance for several yer.
Although I used a good many remedies I
obtained no positive relief until my at
tention wa galled to Doan'a Kidney
Pills, and I procured them. They soon
brought me effective benefit, eased the
bearing down feeling through the hack
and loins and banished the aching and
other symptoms that had annoyed me
for so long. I have since learned of
others who think the world of your re
liable remedy, and I gladly recommend
it to all suffering from backache or kid
Plenty omre proof like this from A
toria people. Call at Charles Rogers
drug store and ask what his customers
For sale by all dealers. Price. 50 cents.
Remember the name--Doan's and
take no other.
Land fraud Defendants Deny All
EXAMINATION IS IN 0SK0SH
The Federal Court Commences the In
vesication of the Alleged Land
Fraud Operations in
WHAT THE KIDNEYS DO.
Their Unceasing Work Keeps Ui Strong
All the blod in the body passe through
the kidneys once every three minutes, druggist
Deep tearing or wrenching pains, oc
casioned by getting wet through; wor
when lit rest, or on llrst moving the
limbs niiil in cold or dunit weather, is
ured quickly by Ballard's Snow' Lini
ment. Oscar t Meson. iihon fit v. Ill,,
lite. Feb. Ill, l'Mt: " vear nun !
was troubled with a pain in utv back. It
soon got so bad I could nt bend over.
One Ixittle of Ballard's Snow Liniment
cured me." Sold by Hart's drug store.
If you knew the value of Chamber
lain's Salve you would never ih to I
without it. Here are some of the dis
eases for which it is especially aluable;
some nipples, chapped hands, burns,
frost bites, chilblains, chronic sore
eyes, itching pile, tetter, nlt rheum
and eecema. price i5 ivut jer Im,x.
For wile by Frank Hart and leadimr
nSKOSH. Wis.. May 31.Tb exami
nation of Lesnder Choate. .lame.
Doughty, Benjamin Doughty, Thomas
.Dully and James M. Itr.iv, charged vvith
alleged land frauds in Oregon, i In
progress In this city today, in the fed
ral court. United States Otlleer Mc
Donald is iu charge and Messrs. Lend
and lleuningen of Milwaukee, are pres
ent in the interest of the government.
The defense is being looked after by
Judge C. 1. Cleveland, of Mikoh, as
sisted by A. K. Thompson.
litis morning James and ibmjsmln
Doughty were examined, and both of
these lumbermen denied all of the
barges contained iu the indictment.
and stated that they had had no timber
leuls in Oregon since llM and that thev
ave had nothing to do with the pur
liae or sale of the lands described in
Mer. Ifcmghty state the company
they represented had not einnloved Mr.
Black, of SJi.iw.ina, or any one in (he
goii in the purchu' or -ale of lands,
and Unit they had never intended to
dcfiaiid the government in miv of their
WANT DAT OFF,
, The Cooks' and Wallers' Union of this
city will hold a meeting on Friday to
consider the matter of demanding one
day off during the week. As It now Is
the members of the union are compelled
to work seven days In the week, and
an elTrt will U made to have this reml
died, so as to give the union memtmrt I
chance for ome rest and recreation,
Have You a Cough
A dose of iUilard's lloreboiuid Syrup
il relieve it Have you u cold!
Try it for whooping cough, for asth
ma, for consumption, for bronchitis.
Mrs, Jo M.Outh. 3;!7 K. Fir-t street,
Hutchison, Kar... writes: "i have used
Millard's Hon-hound Syrup in my family
for live yeur. and tin. I it the most
palatable medicine I ever used. Sold by
Hart's drug store.
fisaiidt Special Trim,
The republican phalanx at Naldil had
ordered up a special train for this occa
sion, and when the hour of departure ar
rived It was found necessary to add two
more coaches to accommodate the hun
dreds anxious to come to Atorl to
hear the new governor and state printer,
and they nil came, loo, mid lent Uii
est and cheer of their presence to the
big and successful meeting at txignn
Chicago capital is planning, for iU
downtown district, two hotels of fur.
teen stories each-high enough to see
beyond the smoke pall out to where the
w inil. come f mm.
Deadly Serpent Bite
are as common In India as sre stomachN
and liver disorder with us. For the lat
ter however there Is a sure remedy i
Electric Bitters j the great restorative
medicine, of which 8, A. Brown, of Ben
nettsville, ft. C, says i "They restored
my wife to perfect health, after year
of suffering with dyspepsia and a chroni
cally torpid liver." Electric Bitters
cure chills a nod fever, matarie. bilious
ness, lame back, kidney troubles and
bladder disorders. Sold on guarantee by
Charles Rogers, druggist. Pile flOV.
All the telegraphic and local news In
the Mottling .. tor inn,
For a good shave go to the Occident
Barber Shop. Five chairs No loof
CASTOR I A
For Infanta tad Children.
Tin Kind You Have Always Bought
Q White Embroidered B ' Z 1 ' gHSSBffiSSS
FIRST TEN DAYS IN JUNE
zssssnza - - - - - - - - - -
9c the yard Embroideries 9c the yard
Hundreds of yards of new embroideries of 'this"'-e"asoii's
best patterns from 3 to 12 inches wide will be included in
this sale They will be sold by the strip only, in 3 to 7
yard lengths. Values up to 35c the yard; gale price, 9c yard
Entire stock of linens at June sale prices. Space permits
listing only a few of the extra special values.
CO-imih Bleached Satin Damask, $0.39 value $o.a7
: JunejSale of Handkerchiefs
.'.Economy prices 011 hundreds of pure linen handkerchiefs
for this white sale at genuine bargains:
Women's 10c handkerchiefs
20 Dozen "xvjiite linen handkerchiefs, rorth 5c for-. ......
Women's 35c handkerchiefs for . . .
20 Dozen women's all pure linen handkerchiefs, embroid
ered, ajid 'lace' trimmed, 35-cent value;.
j "OIT -UNDERWEAR. ,
nfer slpevelpes vests.'lui taint-, i. .V.
Ladies' srtrtrfler sleeveless vesta10 value"-..'.,
" 15c '
" i'JC "
high neck and long sleeve vet, 25c value...
' " "' 50c " ...
fine "El Real" knit corset covers, 50c value.
. ... IOC
WHITE WASH GijpjJS
20c value line white .pique .. .
25c " " " "
mercerized Oxford waisting
Jacquard mercerized waisting 16c
Corded Batiste waisting 19c
WHITE WASH BELTS
White duck; embroidered back;
pearl buckles; for... 33c
White linen; funcy stitched;
French knots; for age
Ladies plain white cotton 'nose,
25c value igc
Indies' silk embroidered hose,
50c value .39c
June Sale Muslin Underwear
Every garment has been Educed for this great sale,
women's cambric, najiisook and mus'in drawers, skirts, corset
covers, chemi-e and gowns tiimm-d in fine luces, embroid
eries, tucks and heeding.
value,. .$0.14 $0.50 value.. .$0.37
-25 " ... .19 .63 " ... .49
.45 " ... .3a .08 " ... .73
.59 " ... .39 1.18 " ... .89
.65 43 175 " ... i.ig
.75 " ... .59 1.05 " ... 1.39
.98 ' ... .69 2.23 " ... 1.69
1.18 "... .89 2,75 " ... 3.19
$0.50 value, . .$0.37
Ladies' short skirts; fine muslin; two rims smalls lucks.
50c value, 39c.
LACE CURTAIN BAR-
... You will find lace cur
tains of all kinds greatly
reduced in price for this
sale. An immense assort
ment to select' from1 In ;tnis ''
season's newest ' and best
patterns, received this
week eluney, cable net,
Battenburg, corded Arab
fans, Brussels net and Not-
LACE CURTAIN BAR-GAINS.
tinghams iu white and
Arabian, 3 and 3J yards
long, 45 to 52 inches wide.
Curtains that sold for
$0.4!), special pair $0.39
Whtte Wool Dress Goods
We will oiler in this Mile ull seasonable white i1ie
fabrics in serge., I11()iuil,s humMlttli Hl.nrMlat Pumm mA
$0.50 cream Hcnriottu
.65 " "
Jacquaid mid Mohair
EMBROIDERED ROBES AND WAIST PATTERNS
$0.50 'Embroidered dress robe, special . .............. $4 80
7-50 ' " " , , . ;;.Z'. s.00
9.00 " " a a " An
89 " waist patteins M
1.25 " "
1.79 " 3
i v PSS AND WAIST LINENS
Just received" a complete assortment of, fine waist suit
ings in pure linen-a-nd finished material,,; all are included in
this sale. 7 --l'J . .,..'
40-in. pure linen suiting, 65c value 40c
36-ln. pure linen suiting, 00c value 38c
36-in. linen finish suiting, yard iJC nmi l8c
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