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FRIDAY, JULY 0, ioo8.
THE MORNING ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
GLAD TO BE HOME
A 1 ,1 '
1 ;.yi...f'l J!lii y.'j.
TRY A NEW SAMPLE OR.
"CHASE AND SANBORN'S
, SEAL BRAND COFFEE"
And you will buy a pound. It is rich, fragrant,
uniform and cost" no more than many inferior
.brands. There is nothing just as good.
ROSS, HIGGINS & CO.
ASTORIA'S LEADING GROCERS.
CLOTHES BOUGHT AT WISE'S PRESSED FREE. OF
v ' CHARGE WHENEVER YOU SAY SO
SENATOR CHARLES W. FULTON RE
TURNS FROM WASHINGTON LAST
NIGHTSUMMER WILL BE SPENT
ON SEASHORE REST NEEDED.
TERSE TILES Of I III
National Bicyel for lata at Orkwlta,
Going AwayFurltur fur tat. Ap
ly to 301 Dun street. 6-28-1
fllrl wld to work In bookblndery
Apply at Atorln office.
FlnnUk Lutheran Kunday school pic
nlc, September 2, ItXM. to Deep River.
Club Cleaning and praising ptrloM)
suits, SO eant. Tt). Black 1181 72 9tb
Tk very bHt beai4 to I obtained la
th dtf to at "Tbt Otdlait Botat"
Sitt rvry maoaabU.
LadW bot called for. aklned ml
ftliwad. Tl. Black ujj. Brown &
Hottt Irving, corner Franklin avenu
lad EltrtBtb atrttt. European plan
. boat rooms and board la tba dty at re
Bow Do I look,-To really your
'f at other you, get ono of tho
new ityU mirror at Hart' Drug Store j
all price. A new supply Jut received.
Fuoerai Today. Tlie funeral of the
lata John Kordlund will take place thl
afternoon at 1 o'clock from tba PoM
undertaking parlor lth interment In
K. A. Ackernao, 421 Bond Si, doeatC
manner of Uiidtray, furaltura upbol
iterlcg, earpat cleaning and laying, mat
tma making a tpecialty and a.1 work
Ill Time Waa Up-utaf Petersen
the young man who waa sent up for 25
day for stealing gold and tool from
th office of Dr. W. C Ixgan, aome time
aim, waa releetl by Sheriff romeroy
yesterday,' and a gentle hint waa given
him to make himself scarce hereabout.
Deeply Appreciated. Mayor Wise is
in receipt of letter of acknowledgment
from the authority at San Franelnco.
telling of the safe arrival of the cash
balance of 1922, from thia city, In favor
of the different, and expressing a deep
aonaa of appreciation for the generoalty
and timeline of the gift.
Why don't yon have your work don
by tba Eaitern Painting k Decorating
Company, .75 Ninth atreet? They do
the, work cheaper, quicker and better
than any other firm, t The Parker
Houie which it being papered and
painted from cellar to garret ia being
done by them. Go and inspect the work.
Those Fancy Royal
Ann Cherries for
Nsv Is the Tims, Dent
Elisrry But Just Gem to
Fourth la Aatorla The Fourth In thl
city waa obaerved In fitting ttyle, ami
the Immense erowda which came in from
the, surrounding , country , and town,
thronged the street from daylight until
late at night, these additional peoil, to
gelhtr with the ritlxen mad the fourth
complete turn in every way. The
regular program of the day began at 1
oVImk by the big parade, which wound
through the main thoroughfare and waa
watched by the crowd which were lined
up 00 either aide. In the line were the
Aatorla polk force, followed by the
Eagle military band then in order came
two eotnpanie of soldier from fort
Columbia and Stevensf The 0. A. R,
veterans, followed th aoldlcrt. The
liberty ear, containing the goddt-aa of
Liberty, and her aidHi, waa the only
float in line. The offlclaU of the day and
the city official eame next. Tbi com
mimhI the (1rt diviaion, which waa led
by firand ,Murlml l!mn and hi aide.
The econd divli,n wat in command of
(liicf of Staff J. C. McCne, and aidca.
In Hi1 d-ntiil llvon marched the mem
Iwr of the different Wei lodgp and the
labor uniont. Th parade diibanded at
the eiy ball where xcrel were held.
Rev. V, K. (illbert, pator of the Hrt
I're.b.vterian church of thl city deliv
ered the oration of the day, eaklng on
the subject "Th Spirit of Liberty."
During the eoure of the afternoon,
porta eonalating of races, and the usual
recreation, were indulged in by the
younger element. Th day wa closed
by the exhibition of .fireworks under
charge of Max PoliT. ,80 far a reported
there were no accidenta of any kind to
mar the day a pleasure.
Killed Oa Foarth-Fre.hk I Harding.
a young man about 23 ycare old. living
It mile touth of Clatskanie, was almoat
inotantly killed at 2 o'clock on July 4th.
while preparing to fir a. Fourth of July
laltite from an Improved bomb loaded
with a amokelena powder of hi own
manufacture, the recipe for which wa
obtained from an Eastern advertising
fakir, Ue had taken a piece of two-Inch
gas Jlpe 14 inches long and stopped up
one end. Filling the pipe with the ex
ploitive, he was in the act of plugging
the other end, when the friction caused
It to explode, tearing off his right arm
between the elbow and wrist, shattering
hi right leg, and otherwise mangling
him. Harding leave a father, who U a
telegraph operator on the Great North
ern Railroad at tome atation near Spo
kane) a mother, two sinter and a broth
er, the latter living on the farm near
here, where he met his death. He will
be burled in Clatskanie Saturday by the
Modern Woodmen of the World of which
nrpnlxatlon he waa a member.
Well There'a Fiah Left. There was
quite a meat famine in thl city yester
day ami the day Iwfore, very little com
ing down from the metropolis, and the
restaurants felt the shortage plainly,
but made good with other good thing.
There was evidently a big reservation
made in Portland, in view of the Fourth,
but It re-acted here and everywhere else,
ihere supplies are drawn from that
center. Up to coing to pre, however,
there are no reports of any starvation
case". And beide, the canneries were
running full blast., V
Vacation Deferred. Edgar 0. Getir-
hart, who has so acceptably filled the
post of second deputy, in the office of
Sheriff Thomas Linville, nd who left
that department upon the taking over of
that office by Sheriff Pomeroy. had laid
hi pluns carefully, for a delightful out
lug of a month' duration, In the benutl
ful Nelmlem woods, and would have left
yesterday, but his services were pre
empted by County Clerk Clinton, to fill
the vacancy caused by the vacation out
ing of Deputy G, L. J. Zlgler, who de
part on the 13th, Mr. Gearhart will
squeeze in a week' outing at Collin's
Soring before assuming Mr. Zlgler
functions at the court house.
Patience For Awhile. New wa re
ceived here1 from Portland yesterday
that one of the parties to the new hotel
investment had left the city on Import
ant business and would be away until
about the 18th of this month. In the
meantime the hotel matter will remain
In statu quo, and upon his return, will,
be carried to a successful issue if it
lie in the power of man. A little pa
tience and a big inning.
"How good to l home again!" ex
claimed Kenator Charles V. Fulton bat
night as he stepped from the ' train,
which bore him to Atoria and breathed
once more the refreshing atmosphere of
the wean breezes.
With these words, the Senator ex
preMd bis thankfulness to bo in bla
home town once more, away from hi
otrenuous duties in the nation'a capitol.
Mr. Fulton lookml In the best of health.
despite bis arduous labor in the Inter
ests of Oregon and the country in gen
eral. Haid he, "I have com borne' and am
going to rent, for .we had a strenuous
sesaion In Congress and everybody
worked hard." He stated that be would
probably go with his family in a few
days after he had greeted bit friends
here, to the coast, and remain there lor
the u miner. .
.Senator Fulton did not discus thing
political Ut night, being fatigued from
Ills journey, and anxious to reach' borne.
Lost Bit Llfe, A young Japanese, by
the name of KoUuro Manatu, waa fall
ing from the dock at the McGowan
cannery on the northhore, on the 4th,
and his hook caught upon one of the
piling below the water level H did
U bet to loosen the thing, but could not,
from above; end being a good swimmer,
plunged into the bay to try hi luck at
close quarter. I'nhsppily be was taken
with a severe cramp, and before anyone
could get to biin in answer to bis cries
for help, be bad drifted away and
drowned. The body wa recovered and
will be brought to this city, and pre
pared by Coroner W. C A. Pohl, for
shipment to friend in Portland.
0 PERSONAL MENTION. 0
C C. Going of Portland waa an Astoria
V. G. Shaftbury of Pendleton was In
the city yeterday.
Mrs. It A. Swope Is visiting in Port
land for a few day.
J. I Goodman of New York arrived in
the city on a buineat trip.
W. II. Fisk of Chicago wa doing busi
ne in the city yesterday.
George Fxlgur of Tillamook waa in
the city yesterday on business.
R. A. Purdy of Monmouth was in the
city for a few hours yesterday.
G. 0. Coleman of Portland, wa in the
city yesterday on a buinc tour.
G. T. Taylor spent the day here ye
terdoy, coming down from Portland.
James F. Newman of Sacramento was
a business vWtor in the city yesterday.
W. A. Marvin of Minneapolis apent
the day in Astoria yetterday on business
bent, , '
N. V. Murray of Albany wa in As
toria yestenlay attending to some busi
Fred Trout of Ashland came in from
the metropolis on the noon train yes
C. B. Maxim of New York, spent the
day Here yesie-rdiiy on matters of Dusi
Mrs. G. It. Lyman of McGowan' ar
rived in the city yesterday and is
registered at the Occident.
G. B. Mathews of South Bend came
over for the Fourth and returned on the
Potter yesterday afternoon
II. D. Lamson of Seattle was doing
business here yesterday and left for
home on the 6:10 train last evening,
Dr. J. A, Fulton of thia city went to
the metropolis yesterday morning to
meet and greet his brother, United
State Senator Charles W, Fulton
, Inspector Raphael Bonham, "of the
federal Immigration service, is in the
oity, waiting for the arrival of the
steamship Aragonla, which he will board
and Inspect, en route to Portland.
Hon. and Mrs. Harrison Allen have
gone to Idaho, Mr, Allen has a pro
fessional engagement there which will
require at least ten days of his time.
They went, via the Tuget Sound cities.
George H. George left last evening for
a business trip to Pubet Sound to look
after hi cannery interests there.
II. S. Laridn of Houston. Texas, was a
business tourist in and about thia city
Mr. and Mrs. II. R. Kane of Gresham,
Oregon, were in the city ovr the Fourth
as guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Puring
ton. Mr. Purington and Mrs. Kane are
brother and sster. Mr. and Mrs. Kane
and their Ittle son left for home on the
morning express yesterday. ' '" '
NO ADMISSION , WITHOUT
HUNDRED PERSONS ENJOY
PICNIC GIVEN BY THE DORCAS
SOCIETY SPORTS ARE ENJOYED
According to arangement, the Dorcas
Society and friends, a little over a 100
in number, celebrated the 4th of July
by a picnic in tbe grove on the Kemm
farm at Olney. The day wat excellent
and the steamer Mayflower left the
dock at 9:15 a. nu carrying ber limit
of picnicers, and the surplus was taken
on tbe launch Loule, arriving at the
grounds at about eleven o'clock. After
partaking of a basket- lunch the pro
gram of sports was carried out.:
After the program of sports was con
cluded, the crowd wended their way
again to where the bountifully laden
baskets were stored, and a the sun was
inking low in the western sky. the
clothes were spread upon the green, and
the want of the Innep person were again
satisfied, after which some of the na
tional airs were ung, followed by
prayer by Rev. Rydquist. A. Y. Ander
son read the Declaration of Independ
ence, after which Rev. Sandstedt de
livered an iutereting and eloquent ad
dress. . '
At the conclusion of the addree Mr.
John Tcterson proposed three cheers for
the Fourth of July, and for the great
native bora upon that day. These were
given with tremeduous energy, and the
happy throng departed on their home
ward wav, while the woods were still
echoing with patriotic ardor.
FLOWERS IN PROFUSION.
The Columbia nursery, which is now
being managed by Ole Erickson on Bond
street .has all of tbe choicest flowers
grown, and he is easily able to supply
the Fourth of July demand. If you
want to get the best flowers, and flowers
, ,,. . ... . . .
grown in Clatsop county, and not ship
ped in, patronize Mr. Erickson's place
on Bond street. They are the freshest
and best in the market. 7-3-2t.
Two More Titles. The following
deeds were sent in to the public records
of Clatsop county yesterday, among
lot more matter bound for the same des-1
tination; A. J. Klafkl and wife to A, S.
Wentjar, warranty, $180, lots 10, 11, 12
and 13, in tract 1, of Olney's Astoria.
City of Warrenton to the Warrenton
Lumber Company by ordinance, convey
ing a number of lots in the City of War
renton. , v
Shot Through The Head. Ben Larson,
a young man of about eighteen years,
became too "flossie' with his 32-calibre
revolver on the afternoon of the fourth,
while at the Skamokawa seining grounds
and as a result the weapon was dis
charged, the contents finding lodgement
in his left hand. He came to Astoria
yesterday, and Dr. Finch .dressed the
REMEMBER TEE PLACE.
Fine hat at the Bonton Millinery
store, 483 Bond street. Mr. Jaloff.
The Dance and Piano Presentation
Had to be Changed to July I2th Be
cause Logan's Hall Will be Otherwise
Occupied on the 11th
P. GEVURTZ, Mgr.
SECOND ANNUAL TOUR OF
MR. LEE WILLARD
Supported by an Excellent Company
Under the Management of
; ARTHUR C. FOX
In High Class Drama and Comedy
Commencing Monday, July 9 th
A Thrilling Story
Popular Prices, 25c and
DONE FOR CLATSOP.
Yesterday's Proceeding in County Court
Commissioner Hasten in Place.
The county court met yesterday morn
ing at 9 o'clock, with Judge C, J. Tren-
cahrd presiding, and Commissioners Lar
sen and Mason on the bench with him.
County Clerk Clinton being in charge of
the records and documents, as usual.
W. L. Oudley, the local representative
of the Astoria-Seaside Inter urban Rail
way Company, was present and present
ed a strong place in behalf of the fran
chise heretofore asked for, in favor of
that road, over certain of the county
highways. In the absenca of District
Attorney Harrison Allen and the fact
that he had not reported an opinion up
on the subject as yet, induced the court
to take the matter under advisement
until he can be heard in the premises.
The court took into consideration the
present conditions of Cook's Slough, as a
commercial channel, and directed the
clerk of the court to address letter on
. Bli"efc to Maior Roessler, of the
(United States Enginers, at Portland. -
An order was made by the court, re
quiring all bills presented by the var
ious road supervisors of thi county,
without their "0. K.B, and all bills for
oil and bridge Bupptics, presented by
J bridge-keepers without their receipt, to
, . . . ffl . . ... . ... , .
Tbe court, at the afternoon session.
made detailed and close scrutiny of the
general bills and accounts of the county
before making the necessary order for
tbe warrants to issue in belialf of the
Mr. Edwards was given the contract
to clear the right-of-way on the John
Day road, for ono and one-half miles,
twenty-four feet wide, and - clear the
ground of everything except stumps, at
D5 cent per rod.
Bowel Complaint in Children.
During the summer months children
are subject to disorders of the bowels
which should receive careful attention as
soon as the first unnatural loseness of
the bowels appprs I The best medicine
in use for bowel complaint is Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera, and Diarrhoea Rem
edy as it promptly controls any unnat
ural looseness of the bowels . For sale
by Frank Hart, leading druggist. 1
of the Golden West
35c Eeserod Seats 50c
Obliged to Lie With Limbs Higher
Than Head Suffered Untold
Agonies and Could Not Walk
Doctor Said It Was the Worst
Case he Ever Saw.
CURE BY CUTICURA
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