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THE MORNING ASTOMAN, ASTORIA, OIUSGON.
FRIDAY, JULY 6, i9ofl.
CLOSED ALL DAY THE FOURTH
drad IWiiis to f at
BOILED HAM, SLICED, lb. 30c
CHIPPED BEEF, SLICED, lb ..30c
MINCED HAM, SLICED, lb 150
CANNED LUNCH TONGUE, CAN... 10c
IMPORTED SARDINES, TINS.... 15c
QUEEN OLIVES, MANZANILLA OLIVES, SWEET PICKES, SALTED
WAFERS NABISCO WAFERS.
A. V. ALLEN'S
SOLE AGENT BAKER'S BARRINGTON HALL STEEL CUT COFFEE.
Going to Paint
Painting is always expen
sive and yon want to have i
done as cheaply as possible.
II KILL M UH!
By buying a cheap paint
and saving a trifle in the be
ginning, or. by using
Sun Proof Paint
which looks best and
B. F. Allen & Son
Sole Agennts .
Malihotd Roofing to made from
com pound tbtt will OOt dry oat
it will last for years against the
hardest kind of climate, and always
keep toe interior of your buildings
dry and comfortable.
Malthoid is finished when bid
and does not require painting. It
is inexpensive: a large surface
can be covered quickly. It does
not warp, shrink, crack, blister,
flake off, run or deteriorate ia' y
way. Send for booklets.
The Paraffine Paint
FISHER BROS. CO.
Cured by our Hand Woven
Elastic Bands and Stock
higs. ITOver-fatness and
weaknesses relieved by
our Abdominal Belts
Write for blanks and book.
WOODARD, CLARKE & CO.
A Banker, a Student,
a Society Beau or a
IT'S ALL THE SAME, IN THE
,, RANKS OF ALL THESE, YOU
WILL FIND WEARERS OF THE
I W. L. DOUGLAS SHOE. ALL
STAND UPON A SOLID FOOT
ING. YOU WANT A DRESSY
OXFORD FOR THE SUMMER
I TRY A DOUGLAS.
S. A. G1MRE
IE FOB ALL AND
ALL FOR ASTORIA
Mr. Astoria Man:
Did you ever figurt how many thou
sand capitalist visit th Pacific Coast
without coming to Astoria?
If only 100 investor cam to Astoria
during each year and only one or two
of tbem invested, would we all be
Would it injure the restaurant and
lodging houses now here if the tourists
who now stay away would come to
We cannot have a hotel in front of
But every lot will be benefitted by a
juave you toe nerve to invite your
influential friends to visit Astoria now?
Where will they stop in Astoria?
Opportunity knocks but once other
knockers please copy.
You can't go ahead by sitting ttOL
'.' . ' Respectfully,
, THE NEW HOTEL COMMITTEE.
) PASSING JESTS.
Rural Joke. -
"Our neighborhood is conaiderably
stirred up," said the farmer, as he helped
himself to a pipeful of the village edi
tor's pulverized cabbage. ' ,
"What's the trouble?" queried the edi
tor, scenting an item of news.
''Nothing', answered the granger.
Everybody's plowin', that's all." Chi
cago News. ! '
. , A Compromise.
"I'll take the position," said the col
lege graduate, "but I think you'll have
to make the salary larger."
"Why !" demanded the merchant.
"Well, I think you ought to pay me
hat I'm worth." V
""VelL as a compromise, IH pay you
you think you're
And Big Words
He Speaks Against Then and Rakes
V His Comrade Over the
lcoprncnt.lMt.by Mcuur,rbllllps c.
Y lYenv Mid Brother Onrdnei
the Limekiln club as hi
rose In bis place the othoi
evening. MI want to say a few
word to you on a subject dat has been
befo' us two or three times beta. 1
am referrlu' to de use of big word bj
member of dls club.
"You all know my opluyun on de
matter, and yet It seems dat dnr am
some among you who don't menu to
heed It I have alius hold and alius
shall dat when a pusaou cau make
hlsself plainly understood by his feller
men be shouldn't go gropln' around lu
de dark In search of anything more.
When a man understands you to any
dat you will black a stove for 25 cents
WHO'S GOT THE MONEY?
LOS AXttKLEA, July 5.--Judg Trak
Unlay overruled the motion of Ernest 0,
Stackpole, charged with the murder of
Joel Seheek for a continuum1 and set
the hearing foi this afternoon.
The greater xrtlon of the remainder
of the day w consumed In arguments
by" the attorney's. 8taokpole' antece
dent continue a myiery, n has em
ployed three attorney Urn pnt week
and It 1 evident the money it furnWhcd
from ouUhl source.
nwF 1 1
SPOKANE. July S.-Notioe lint been
received from the Washington Insurance
Ascoeiatkm that on account of the San
rYancUeo disaster, the "Insurance com
panies mut recuperate and restore tlielr
reserve by increaliig the .insurance
rates, not only on the lVllle Coast, but
throughout the entire country, An ad
vance of 23 per cent fot thi st.ite is
ASKS TO. FREE DREYFUS.
PAULS. July 5. Procurator General
Hmululn, In the supreme court today,
concluded hi argument lu the Dreyfus
case, formally asking the court to quash
the verdict of the Renne court martial
IDLE HOURS (NovtUUe) '
SUN FLOWER . ..(Two-Step)
CITY SWELLS .(Msrch, Two-Step)
DOUBLE TROUBLE ..... . ..(March, Two -Step)
PEACHES AND CREAM ...,(Rsg)
A GARDEN IN PINK..,. ,(IntrmtMo)
NEW MOWN HAY . . (Intermeiio)
And many others. r the show window,
J. N. GRIFFIN
: TIIF UNION HAS FlUflINF MMPANV t
vifivii mi bv bi 1 vi 11 ia. vviiii mil
ACCUSED OF SHOOTING FATHER.
NEW YORK, July 5.-Richard llev
ington, a retired real estate operator,
living iu the Bronx, was shot in the
head yesterday "and is now In a critical
condition in a hospital. His son Fred
erick, ii under arrest, charged with hav
ing shot his father after a quarrel over
money matters. '. "
Marine and Stationary Gas and Gasoline Engines.
WE ARE NOW FILLING ORDERS
. FROM OUR NEW WORKS. WRITE
US FOR PRICES AND ILLUSTRATED
F. P. Kendall, General Sales Agent,
0s6O Front St- Portland, Ore.
BUSINESS MEN ORGANIZE.
YOKOHAMA. July S.-TI.e Uritis
merchant of Japan have formed an
sociution which wilj be the mich-us of all
organized international action affecting
all HritWh local interests.
WXDCf ALOHA COMBS BBUBDEB IUlNAC
or whitewash a kitchen cetlla' for 75
I don't see whar any big words am
gwlne to help de case any.
Ia tfc OrMrT far.
A few nights ago I was In a grocery
nigh my bouse to git a pound 0' sugar.
asked for one pound, and do grocer
understood. I didn't use no big words
la aaktn' for a pound, and ha didn't!
use any in savin it would be 7 cent
and bo trut I bad got de sugar when tfCfi!9 fiF A fiSFIT UlfiiCllE
JLurnei &a&ia com in. He bad bla bat
on bis ear and wa iteppin' high and A Prominent Cincinnati Woman Tells
Bow Lydla B. Plnkham'a VrUbl
Compound Completely Cured Bar.
ITS MERIT IS PROVED
dldnt dun notice me. lie wanted two
pounds 0' oatmeal, and he walk op to
da counter and says: ,
" "Mistah White, de transcendent
juUfl cation of your pre-eminent and
Mrs. Jura Wilson
one-fourth of what
Mosely Wraggs You used to move in
good society, dirj' you ! . '
Wareham Long l never done any
movin' when J could help it, in any
kind 0' society. Chicago Tribune.
Not Catching Up.
"Is young Softed pursuing an upright
course just now?"
"Yes, sir, but I think the upright
course is several laps ahead." Baltimore
The Eternal Feminine.
He (soulfully) There are a thousand
stars tonight looking down upon you.
She (unconsciously) In my hat on
straight? American Spectator.
Jp. Fisher Bros.
Best kind of logging shoes; hand
made; always on hand. ..
Notice Life insurance companies, will
reduce the rate 33 per cent to all who
agree to use Hollister's Rocky Mountain
Tea. A wise measure. Tea or Tablets,
35 cents. Sold by Frank Hart.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
TTia Kind You Have Always Bought j
The great good Lydla E. Pinltham's
Vegetable Compound ia dokig among
.V " -J I I. -7.
iT!" atT" ""P'1 th attention of many of our leading
to become a purchaser aein. - . ! .i.nti.i. t.ni hinkn v.ni nn.
u ui ii uieui rum waiseu vm auT.
wld a feelinx dat be had crushed dat ,
grocer as flat as a pancake, but dat
am wbar he was mistook. When Brud-!
der Kablff bad gone de grocer turned
to me and said: i
" 'If dat am one of de fool niggers of
your club you d better learn him to
talk English. " i
I was in a coal office a few days
ago," contlued the old man, "and Brud-
der Samuel Shin dropped In to order a
quarter of a ton. It wasn't sufficient
for him to say how much ha wanted
and hand ober his money, but be bad
to swell out his chest and clear bla
throat and roll up bis eyes and obsarve
dat owing to de emblematical disqulsl-;
tlon of de embargo he found hlsself .
prehlstorlcally Impelled to purchase
less dan his usual quantity of carnivo
rous combustion. De look of self com
placency on his face as he walked out
would pnt a June mawnin' outer blz
ness purty quick. I notice dat Brad
dor Shin am wid us yere tonight, and I
want to ax him what be meant by bis
When Twaa Transacted.
"I meant dat I hadn't only money
'naff to pay for a quarter of a ton of
coal, sab," replied Samnel as be stood
up. . '
"But why didn't you say so in plain
"I I dnnno, sab. Beckon It was be
kase I bad been readin' Shakespeare."
"Mebbe it was. Tou keep right on
readin' Shakespeare and talkln' big
words and you'll git dar blmeby. You
kin sot down.
"One day a week ago I was in a
lumber yard to git de old woman a
new lronln' board. De lumber man
and me was talkln' about de beef trust
and how much bigger It was dan de
United States when along comes Brud
der Flapjack White. He seed we wa
The following letter ia only one of
many thousands which are on file in
the Plnkham office, aod go to prove
bevond question that Lydia E. rink'
ham's Vegetable Compound must be a
remedy of great merit, otherwise it
could not produce such marvelous
results among sick and ailing women.
Dear Mrs. Plnkham
"About nine months aeo I was a treat suf
ferer with female trouble, which caused me
severe pain, extreme nervousness and f re.
?iuent headaches, from which the doctor
ailed to relieve me. I tried Lydla E. Pinlc
ham's Vegetable Compound, and within a
short time felt better, and after taking five
bottles of it I was entirely cured. I therefore
heartily recommend your Compound as a
splendid female tonlo. It makes the monthly
periods regular and without pain; and what
a blessing it Is to find such a remedy after so
many doctors fail to help you. I am pleased
to recommend it to all suffering women."
Mrs. Bora Wilson, 81 East 3d (Street, Cincin
If you have suppressed or painful
periods, weakness of the stomach,
indigestion, bloating, pelvic catarrh,
nervous prostration, dizziness, faint
ness, "don't-care" and "want-to-be
left-alone " feeling, excitability, back
ache or the blues, these are sure Indi
cations of female weakness; or some
derangement of the organs. In such
ptuwn there In one tried and true remndv
laiKin', out. ne was so sweneu uV um ..Lya, jjj, I'lnHnam' Vegetable Com
he butted in wld: pound.
" 'Mistah Brown, It appears to be de
consensus of de amplification dat de
rotundity of de times demands a te-
Morning Astcrian. 65 cents per monthf V,
Junlnatlon of de economic conditions.'
"Havln' got off dat speech, he bought
six pieces of lath for a nickel - and
walked off. He bore hlsself like a man
who had Jest won a great victory, but
when he was out 0' hearin' do lumber
man turned to me and asked if dat
was one of de lunatics of de Limekiln
club. He also said dat If he bad been
lone he would have given Brudder
Flapjack de boot. Stand up, brudder, ,
ind tell me de meanln' of consensus?"
Bzotlvcr Flapjack In Doubt. j
"I dunno, sab," was the reply. !
"What am rotundity?" j
"Can't dun say." '
"Waal, what am rejunlnatlou?"
"Beckon It bas sunthln to do, wid a
Snnber yard." ,
ft. .. : , ... .,M-jr DeaioN
'rryfn copyright Ac.
Anyone sAndlnc s slielrh mid dmsnptlon mm
nilokly infer: mil our opliii.ni !ie what her ul
Iftrfliitl n 1 prohnbljj nli:t.ntilo, ('omniunloH.
tlnni"lctly('ntiMdentW. HANDBOOK on I'ainnu
sout h i, Oldi'Ht nioi.nf forsenurniKPUteiili.
I'litoii. tn-: tliroueli Miniii A to. race!?
ipecliU wi'te'., wll liout elmrue, lu tlitf
A nsmlnoitKilf lllniit,rit"1 weekly. I.nruefit clr.
ciiliitliiu if nny Jiiiirnal. 'J urn.j, $;) s
rnnri fnnrmoiitlts.ll. Sold by all imwsdnnlera.
Urv:!H ORIOt. 62S V Bt, VitnU'-ijIoil, 1.C
The Art of Fine Plumbing
Km progressed with the development of the telenet of
Mniiition and w hsve kept
pact with the improvnrwntt.
Hsve rout Or u your bathroom one of
Utt old uhlaned, unhealthy kind t
If you art still ntlrii the c!oed In"
fixrorei of tea yean tgo, It would bt well
10 remort them and initall in their itcsd,
inowr while "Skadarf Porcelain Enam
eled Ware, of which wt havt samples
displayed In our showroom. Let o qoote
you pricci. Illustrated catalogue free
I, A. Montgomery, Astoria.
It has het'n repeatedly detuoiiHtrsteil
tlist woman' memory is much more re
tentive tat man' and the world'
memory record wa recently won by
Minn Victoria iiuteniun, who remembered
the (Hxpienre of 13.1,000 word".
Modest Claims Often Carry the Moat
When Maxim, the famous gun Invcn
tor, plmi'd hi gun In-fore a committee of
judge, he stated it carrying power to
lie Mow what he felt Mire the gun would
accompllHh. The result of the trlnl wa
therefore a jrrent surorine. instead of
dinniipointment. It U the ume with
CliamlHrhiiii's Colic, Cholera and niitrr
lioea Remedy , They not publicly boast
of all thi remedy Vill aceaniplUh, but
prefer to let the uer ninke the utate
ments. What they do claim. U that It
will iHitively cure dinrrlioea, dyaen
tery, puin In ,tlte stomaeh and IntweU
and has n'ver bet'n known to fail . For
ale by Frank Ifart, leldina dntKuit.
Saved His Comrade's Life,
"While returning from the ilraud
Army Encampment at Wnhington City,
comrade from KI1", III., was tnken
with cholera niorhu and wn in a criti
cal condition," nv Mr. .1. K. Ilouih-
land, of KMon, Iowa. "I giive him Clinni
herlaiu's Colic. C'hoWa mid Dinrrlioen
Remedy and believe saved hi life . 1
have been eniKed for ten yenrs in lin
inif(riitioii work and conducted ninny
parties to the aouth and wet. I fll
way curi'y thi remedy and have ued
it .sucecKfiily on nnniy eciun." HiM
by Frank Hart, lending druggist.
KILLED BY DYNAMITE.
Fourth of July Celtbrators Meet Ter
rible Death in Colorado.
l)KAI)W(H)I), July 3.-Torn nd
mangled the bodies of Peter Harrle and
IVIer Res no were found today on Bald
Mountain. Tuesday night with several
other boy they went up the mountain
to put oil dynamite In celebration of
the Fourth. Before midnight th other
returned home leaving Ilarrle and Ilcuno
to put off the lat shot, They failed to
leave soon enough. Their bodies wer
scattered over a ditonce of one hundred
vards and their clolhinir had been torn
. - n -
from their liodles and caught on the
biishe and trees.
0 SPICES, 0
r PORTLAND, OREGON.
The story of the monkey who
used the cat's paw to pull the
TTa.A .m. 1 J1I.. A..H.. iiri.!. - .11 I
.1l1SSp iuBumiuiiuiiy. nucusucsiw i RV
"w"w"ww' sens a customer a susutute for .
MENNEN S BO RATED TALCUM, J
Ptc-ilnlls of Bos
ne aoes so Decause tn substitute pays
mm a Digger prom, no makes the
customer ins rntsn.iw tn rnltn in a fAur
It is not pleasant to be made a catspaw,
especially when you pay for the oppor
tunity of being injured. Is itnot foolish
to pay lor the opportunity to use injuri
ous imitations of MENNEN'S BOR.
ATED TALCUM, the standard powder
of the world ? Think It over.
Have you tried MENNEN'S VIOLET
BO RATED TALCUM TOILET POW.
DER ? Ladies partial to violet perfume will find Men
nen's Violet Powder fragrant with the odor of fresh
plucked Parma violets.
( For sale everywhere for 25 cents, or "
mailed postpaid on receipt of price, by
CER.HAR.D MENNEN CO., Nov. ark. N. J.
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