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MONDAY, JUNE it, 1906.
THE MORNING ASTOIUAN,' 'ASTORIA, OREGON.
is bound to pan out well if you use p ;
it is made ftom the choicest blucstem wheal.
$1.20 per Sack.
ROSS, HIGGINS (Q, Co.
ASTORIA'S LEADING GROCERS,
INGRATITUDE AND ROBBERY.
Dr. W. C. Login Meats With Subby Re-,
, turn For Kindness Bestowed, i'f .
Alxmt u week ago Dr, W, C. Logan,
tii well Uown di'iiUt :f,IJ ejty i
1 1111 iiriMt to 1n Iielpf ul to a yoiiiiK man
w ho Hiilmed to tic ilfiijll and , out of
wink 11 inl ii'iniH'" ui iutkIIvi put him to
work in lii'. ofl)f at Midi :r'rk 'as wa
prelu((. and the youiifj fellow, whoe
iiuiiim 'U Ivterwm. went about it as lie
knew how, until Friday lut, when Dr.
Ilmitd witter who mlmr the oIIm with
Dr. Iiuiim, returned fmtu a vlnlt abroad,
when it wit discovered tlmt number
of flue Instrument mid it jiuuitlty of fine I Hotel lining.
TERSE TALES OF TKE TOWN.
Tkt vary btit board to U obtained ii
tbt city U at "Tb Occident HotiL"
Riti very reasonable.
Hot CampalB Stuff. For tli krul
ml hurl of election tiny or any other
iy, una Atwood's Meetrle Oil, the Im-1
liiiimrnt. for alt ul Frank Hart's drug
lure, oppo.lt Kosrd A Moke.
theory ExplodtJ. - That III Im-k
..it rtlwiy attend an event iviirriii on
y Hip 13th of th month and on Friday. I
liown in the "' of the fiiiir ina-d'd
..l.ooner A, F. Tout, now l-.n.lln luiii-
Ur at llio dutMip mill in thl eity.
The wliminrr wa ImiIH by the II'Wuhim
Khli Huitdliijf Company f H'Hilialii,
'ah., mid the elritinotmiee Mtt'-ndirifj
her Immrliliij,' were at the time looked
tifH.it ill liipplnj: tin le. n very miilumu.
mid it w remarked tlmt 111-lmk would
l.ml.Udl.V attend the tdiip' earerr.
Thr t,Vat w launched on Friday on
lh l:ith of Stemler. ItMil, und on the
diiy McKinley died. Aft-r lii lid down
the wny into thr river, !! for of her
l,r i-Birird lirr llro til"' Minim to
thr opioiln ItHlik, where oh.- lllrk ill
tl, nuid tllitil pulled off I11UT. AH tl.e.e
III omen, combined, w'UH'd to foiwant
a .tlie and .wilt iliHim for III.- veel.
l.ut rontrnry to expectation and preced
ent, thr nrhiMiinT lm outlived hr nciue
oi, and U coniil'iTd ou of th frt
nnd l"t vrM'U rnKK4,d ill thr i.ill
DECK AND DOCK NEWS
Thr triimrr Snr II. Klinorr Mt '"it
vrlrrdar inortiliij for Tillamook City
mid Iwy int. with .rvrral .iiiif.r
nnd ph nty of fiiiM.
Tim f. N. eollirr Sut Ul n. I.iiid'-d with
furl for thr WHrh!n now 11 1 Tort hind.
U dm- In thi ioit thin niorniiiK from
han Fiaiiritro, and will u u thr rlvrr
without iiny il'day.
Thr llnrvrM lK-rn nriivrd down yr
trrdav IllolllillK iilxint -I o'dork with 11
1.!.. 1..1. ..f nii.iili' for thr northern
Lriirh.., mid th'-y wrnt to their ilc-ti-tmtion
with thr Niihrottii, whirh left
hrrp nt 3 11, 111. Nil Mt up for thr
imtro.oli with Hirer vr'N on lor
hawx-ra, thr l.aikrntiiii' Mary Winkl'-
man, thr liijniutiti finirvn, and thr
..i.iu.nnr Sim Hiii'iiuvriil ura. The flr-t
named for Hainirr. thr urcond for Fort
land and thr Ut for Hofrman'a 1-nniliiiK-
Astoria Souvenirs at Svtnson'a.
Free molng pictura show, tonight,
WHO OWNS THE LICENSE?
And How Can a Man Optrata a Saloon
Thrrr i troul.lf iivrr thr Mint Sntoon
and thr man who put up thr money to
(titlilUh that in-til ut Ion it grttintf hi
Imrr of It. duo, Wirklund, thr ot-n-
lido piopl iitof. )iBH diSpprlvd lull,
Ud.tr m.ikiuK hi ifiviiiblr rxit, In- nold
the ll.nr, for whirh Alfred lljoii hud
put Up thr lliollry, to (liarlir I'ottn, who
went. More th tit v roumil lunt Moil-
day i.llit u-kin to utlllz it for n a
loon at thr old Hotfmun Und. Ilr wiin
rrprr.intd thrrr by Attornry llrwrn
Hiid lljoii, who laid rlttiin to the lirrnr
throiiKh IiiivIiik paid for It, wax rrprr
ruled liy Attorn-y M. C. Wehh. Thr
iiiiiliril, in lh ali-M-llrr of thr city mtop
liry, laid thr muttrr ovrr to In- artrd on
ul it 4 ni'xt mrrtin. In th meantime
their npp'HM t be one naloon in town
oitenitiiiii wiumiii it im tiKr. inn u
Mai lr I'ilot,
woikinif uohl were iniwiiK from the
ofli". , i . ,
Dr. bijiari u loth to Indirve, ot flrat,
Hint thr mint he hud befriended hart
trralr.l him nliHincfiilly, hut It Wna
lionir in iiimui him for thr truth on
Nntiinlay morning when a Wend report
ed to him that liU protege wna . doing
hoiiiv i'oiire dental work in errUiii priv
ate Iioiiwh iihoiit the city and hiij((rtrd
that he lmk into th inattiT. The dor-
tor did "o, thr uhkf of police aiding him
in the rct frw, aiiil the ' rom of I the
vouiij,' ma 11 wh (lrt vUUcd and duly
examined, with the remilt that nearly
nil the tool nnd imdrumenU and some
of the intlv metal were found and
taken liack to the plai-e It came from
.through I'etrixon' agi-iiry. Prterwui.
when found, immrdiately admlttrd Wa
guilt and wa placed under arret pend
ing the tiling of a formal complaint in
the prciiiineit, which will probably tran-
pile thU morning.
f hi Saturday afternoon )at an lm-
put taut realty transfer w maur,
through the otliir of O. F. Morton, at
4:tO ( o rivial treet, whereby A. O.
SiiCMiith, of thit tit v luime the own
er of the following property of the
dollett Kktate, towit; The aouth half of
lot 5 nnd 4. in block 24; the noutit half
of lot 1. and the went fourteen f.-et
of the .until half of lot 'i tif block 20.
nil in M lure' A'torin. The llgure
uoxeriiiiig the triiunrtkm were iflO,-
ti.'i.l.'s. Mr. S)arth Im-ibiiio the owner
of the owner of the other half of th
property mime time ago.
Thrre's little room in this Brest world
of our for ths i'Fst Woman." She's a
hindrance to hernelf in street ears, flats,
e lev torn; but what can she do. poor
thing-take llolliiter's Rocky Mountain
Tm. 35 cents. Te or Tablets, rrank
ON A BUSINESS TRIP.
Slieiilf Thome, l.inville of Aotorin.
('liit.p count v. Oregon, arrived in II
waeo on Thursday for the puipoe of
cloning a deal whereby he become the
owner of the Hrown place near llino.
Mr. l.inville left today for South Hend
to nttend to dvtuila ill th purchase.
I'lii itlc. Journal.
0 PERSONAL MENTION. 0
K. Mathiwn of Deep Itivcr It a bind
nets viitor in A-toria, ; , . ,
M. W. FilNbiiiy of Fortlund Ja in the
city on a litiine trip.; j .
1 'Mr: .1. A. .McKee, of .Seaside,' Was an
ivr-Nunday vUitor. In thin ity yeater
day, ;. K, Hif of Portland came down yc
terdny morning for a yinit with friends
F-iiiil nimk of Deep I'.iver was In the
city yrtei(lny nnd quartered St the
Sig. L. G. Auletti, violinist, orchestra
furnished for all occasions, teacher of
violin and mandolin. Address 361 Dunne
street, Astoria, Ore,
MUST DIG UP LUM YOU.
The remains of l.um You, the China
man who wan hung in the court room for
murdering (Near I'.loom of Bay Centre,
hiie got to le dug up. The execution,
took pine .January 22, 1001. and the
laidy laing unclaimed by hi country-
mm, wa binned in the woods between
here and Raymond. The land on which
the laaly wa buried belongs to J. I..
Sutton who w here for n couple of
iwmtlw recently. Ho has' notified tbe
countv eommiMoner to remove , the
ImmIv ns the land is, comliur hi to demand!
K, J. Daley of Portland arrived in the
city yeaterdny morning on a bindne
" H, G. Van pusen U at the capital
(n nltendamr upon the regular June
meeting of the' s'ate board of fisheries.
Mrl and Mn, Jake Mitchell paM!d
through the city on the excursion of yes
terday, and w ill andt the day here to
Meaarn. Henry J., and Katie Douis, of
Portland. Ment the day uvAatoria ye-
ienlay, as mU at tile wedding of their
brother, Alexander Donis with ,Mrs,
Charlotte Wade. ' ;
Miss Nellie Blancbe Ilart of Oregon
'City. sent the day here yesterday with
her friend, Hon. Harriaon Allen and
wife, and Howard Urownell, formerly of
that city, leaving on the 6:10 train lat
evening for her home.
Kditor Well of The Dalles Chronicle
nd Ireland of the Maro Obeserver. were
Astoria, victor yesterday. Tliey report
everything prosperous in their respective
Club Cleaning and pressing parlors;
'suits, 50 cent. Tel. Black 2184. 72 9th.
National Bicyd for sale at Orkvdtz.
Ladies' shoes called for, shined and
delivered. Tel. Black 2255. Brown 4
That Tired Feeling
If you are languid, depressed, incapa
ble for work, it indicates that your liver
U out of order, Herblne will asist na
ture to throw of headaches rheumatism
and ailments akin to nervousnesn and
restore the energies and vitality of sound
and perfect health. J. J. Hubbard
Temple, Texas, writes: "I have used
Herbine for the past two years It has
and he ixaet to cut it up into five orj'done me more good than all the doctors,
(en acre truct for small farmer nnd he t it t the best medicine ever made for
thinks thai the pre-enee of the China-) chill and fever." 50c. Sold by Hart's
mail's iKUies might make possible bnycrsi drUg store,
think of biu' tailed pooks nnd things!
liks tlmt and la- frightened away. ouin
In beauty town there dwelt a lass,
Her face was fair to see,
The secret of her beauty lay,
Have You Congh
A dose of Ballard's Horehound Syrup
will relieve it Have you a coldf
Try it for whooping coughs, for asth
ma, for consumption, for bronchitis.
I Mrs. Joe McGrath. 327 E. First street,
Hutchison, Kans writes: "I have used
In PnnW Mountain Ten.
... - , IIUWIIISUII, J11D., WlltrSi A Mill
Frank Hart, dniggist. . j,,., Horehound Syrup in my family
i for five years and find it the most
i palatable medicine I ever used. Sold by
: Hart's drug store.
NOTICE FOR BIDS.
Bid will be received until Monday,
June IS, lMfi. at noon, nt the office of!
the School Clerk, 17fl Eleventh street'
for , placing drain around the McClure , Giinett
Schol Buil'ling in accordance wun pwns
SUIT TO REMOVE TRAPS.
The fashionable milliner, in the Star
Theater building, is the bast place to
buy your summer hat.
PLACE YOUR ORDER
FOR ICE CREAM OR
SHERBET EARLY. ANY
A Few of Our
Sliced Boiled Ham
118 122 Twelfth St., Astoria, Ore. '
The delicate art of frescoing is only
learned bv years of hard tutelage under
expert masters. Each of the proprietors
the Eastern Tainting & Decorating to.,
75 Ninth street, ha spent years in the
best shops of the east and is proflcUnt
in the art of decorating and frescoing.
Astoria was down at the depot at tJie
hour of high noon yesterday to witness
the arrival of the big twclve-eoneh ex
cursion on the "A. & C" from Portland.
Thee crowds from the metropolis are
the metropolis are the best dressed nnd
beat belinved, taken aa a whole, tlmt
travels nnvwhere, nnd the excursions are
pntioniwd by wine of the bet people
there. The Astorinn can generally find
a friend or two among the concourse and
the scene at the depot is always a live
one. during the hourtt of its stny here.
and this city generally re-inforces the
band out of her. for the popular sen
A reward of $25 will be paid by
Beaver Lodge No. 35, I, 0. 0. F for
the recovery of the body of the late
H. F. Bruhn who was acddently drowned
in the Columbia River, near the Jort
Stevens wharf on Tuesday, June 6.
GEORGE NOONAN, Noble Grand.
OLOF ANDERSON, Secretary. ,
How to Break Up a Cold.
It may be a surprise to many to learn
that a severe cold can be completely
broken up In one or two days' time.
The first symptoms of a cold are a dry,
loud cough, a profuse watery discharge
from the nose, and a thing, white coat
ing on the tongue. When Chamberlain's
cough remedy is taken every hour on
the first appearance of these symptoms,
it counteracts the effect of the cold and
restores the system to a healthy condi
ers Sue to Remove D. R. Lynn's
and specifications to le found at the. Tfl ()njj.dl.nwn out contest over the
ofliceof Architect J. E. Wicks, over the roIii(ivp of ninottcrs nnd trap
Star Theater. Right reserved to reject ; fi,u.nen in thp Columbia river, which
any aud all bids. .na hidiertA been the Milne of several
By order of the Board of Directors of 1 , iMhvepn oontendinar forces,
I hns at last reached the courts.
School District No. 1.
K. Z. FKRGl'SOX, Clerk.
J. W, WELCH.
Qommittee on Repairs.
' It tones and vitalizes the entire sys
tem and makes life worth living no mat
ter what your gtation. Holllster's Rocky
Mountain Tea is the greatest preventa
tive known for all diseases. 35 cents,
Tea or Tablets. Frank Hart Druggist
CAMPAIGNING IN ASTORIA. !
Experience of One of Chamberlain's Ac
tive Workera. ? .
State Land Agent Oswald West, who
went to Astoria last Friday to vote and
work for his chief, Governor Chamber
lain, on Sunday met a husky Swedish
fisherman and engaged him in conversa
tion with the following result
West "Peterson, did you see Gover
nor Chamberlain whei he was in A:
toria, and what do you think of him?"
reteron "Val hae baen von. poody
goot faller." , ,
Vest "And what do you think of
Dr. Withycombe, Peterson?"
Peterson "Val, hae linen" vOn poody
goot fuller, too."
West "Well, who do you think has
the bct whow?" '
Peterson "Ae tank Ririgling" Brodders
liaf de liest show "Albany Herald.
Frustrated by Sheriff McDonald in
their lawless attempts to keep traps
olT their drifting grounds by force of
arms the gillnetter's I'niou has engaged
A. T. Miller of Vancouver to institute
a suit nnd test their rights nnd the cae
was filed here Thursday., It is entitled
Chris Alchorn vs. D. R. Lynn and the
complaint recites that for ninny years
Alchorn has been gillnetting in the
Columbia from Poiut Ellis to Cliff
Point on the north shore and this drift
ing ground has been kept clean for that
purpose. D. R. ,Lynn has driven two
traps on this ground and the court is
asked to order him to remove them and
to permanently enjoin him from driving
traps there. South Bend Journal.
"LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN."
A good many people who observed
Mr. W. R. Hume sailing over the thor
oughfares of Astoria in hi? hg "chou
chou" car yesterday, may have thought
he was out for a pleasure spin. Such
was not the case, however; he was on
a deliberate and far-reaching search for
his bull-pup, which had been lured from
his happy home by some misguided son
of humanity, and for the time being, no
train, nor wagon left the city without the
anxious scrutiny of Mr. Hume and the
I corps of readv-made detectives he had
summoned to this assistance. At last
accounts he hnd not found the treasured
beast, but which "will be found if he is
still on the Pacific Slope.
Dr. Ball has returned ', f rom a brief
business trip to Tacoma, and can now be
found in his office as usual. He states
'Hint. Hie Puiret Sound city is in' a most
ifDVUiva vi v kij vv 1 ." - o
tion within a day or two. For sale by j flourishing condition, and growing, trade
Frank Hart and leading druggists. j in nil lines being on the increase.
. All members of the Finnish Brother
hood are reqftested to meet this after
noon at 1 o'clock at their hall to attend
the funeral of our late brother, Matt
Hummasti. E. GUSTAFSEN.
... I, , ,!(. ,'l !
When You Biiy
11 a TV
Clothing totight at
Herman Wise's $ store
pressed FREE, of
charge whenever you
wish it, That saves
. " '" :' '- ' .
$12 a Year
Those two fine
Pianos will be given to
two of Wise's custom
ers at the dance July
11. One piano number
with every $6 you buy
at . ..."
You benefit in every way if you buy
Men's and Boy's Gothes at
Astoria's Reliable Clothier
You want a keen, light scythe!
that will bend without breaking, and is tuaranteed to bold
its edge better than any you've ever before used. Buy one of our
IMPORTED SWEDISH SCYTHES
and in it you get all these qualities. Try it, and if you're not mora than
satisfied, we'll refund your money! , j - :
Made of the famous Sandvik Bessemer steel, reinforced, with wide heel, which
fits the American Snath, our scythes embody the very bt of skill and material.
Foard & Stokes Company
at the Star Theatre
Pu-tlmlle of Bo
Don't buy substitutes for MEN
NEN'S BORATED TALCUM
POWDER. "Just as good" is
only deceit by which a dealer
tries to make money out of the
superiority and success of MEN-
NEN'S POWDER. There's nothing
just as good as MENNEN'S and
users of substitutes and imitations
risk skin, complexion and comfort ia
As a protection to health use Mennen's
Powder and only Mennen's. ' '
Have you tried MENNEN'S VIO
LET BORATED TALCUM TOILET
POWDER ? Ladies partial to violet
perfume will find Msnnen's Violet
Powder fraerant with the odor of'
fresh plucked Parma Violets.
, , For sale everywhere for 25 cents;; or
' ' mailed post paid on receipt of price, by
GERHARD MENNEN CO.. Newark, N.J.
Ftc-umllt of Bx
REMEMBER THE PLACE
Fine hats at the Bonton Millinery
store, 483 Bond street Mrs. Jaloff,
Hotel Irving, corner Franklin avenue
and Eleventh street European plan;
best rooms and board in the dty at tea
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SUHttUlB piKOSj HOC VU3.