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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (July 10, 1906)
THE MORNING ASTOK1AN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
TUESDAY, JULY to, loo.
(Good Things te f at
BOILED HAM, SLICED, lb...., 30c
CHIPPED BEEF, SLICED, lb . ,30c
MINCED HAM, SLICED, lb ije
CANNED LUNCH TONGUE, CAN.. .aoc
' IMPORTED SARDINES, TINS.... aje
QUEEN OLIVES, MANZANILLA OLIVES, SWEET PICKES, SALTED
; WAFERS NABISCO WAFERS.
A. V. ALLEN'S
SOLE AGENT BAKER'S BAR RING TON HALL STEEL CUT COFFEE.
NEWS OF OREGON AND THE
Best Selection in the City at the Low
..Just, the Thing for the Floor; of Any
Room; Easily Kept Clean
PREPARED WALL BURLAPS
For the Den or Dining Room. Made in
A Large Assortment of Room Mouldings and Plate Rails
B. F. ALLEN 0 SON
Eczema Broke Out Also on Hands
and Limbs-Suffering Intense
Doctors Said Too Old to Be
Cured -An Old Soldier of 80
TODAT IN TEE AMERICAN
IS A BLESSING"
"At all times and to all people I am
willing to testify to the merits of Cu
tfcura. It saved me from worse than
the tortures of hades, about the year
1900, with itching on my scalp and
temples, and afterwards it commenced
to break out on my hands. Then it
broke out on my limbs. I was advised
to use salt and water, which I did, to
no effect. I then went to a Surgeon, who
commenced treating me with a wash of
borax. This treatment did me no good,
but rather aggravated the disease. I
then told him I would go and see a phy
sician in Erie. The reply was that I
could go anywhere, but' a case of
eczema like mine could not be cured;
that I was too old (80). I went to an
eminent doctor in the city of Erie and
treated with him for six months, with
like results. I had read of the Cu
ticura Remedies often. I was strongly
tempted to give them a trial, so I sent
for the Cuticura Soap, Ointment, and
Resolvent and continued taking the
Reeolyent until I had taken six bottles,
stopping it to take the Pills. I was now
getting better. I took two baths a day,
and at night I let the lather of the Soap
dry on. I used the Ointment with
great effect after washing in warm
water, to stop the itching at once. I
am now cured.
"The Cuticura treatment is a blessing
and should be used by every one who
has itching of the skin. I can't say any
more, and thank God that He has given
the world such a curative. You can
use this letter as you please. A very
much befriended man, Wm. H. Gray,
3303 Mt. Vernon St., Philadelphia, Pa.,
August 2, 1905."
Complete Extarnal and Interna Tnatnrat tot rrrrf
Bamor.from Plmplea to Scrofula, from Infancy lo An,
eoniiitliig of Cuticura Soap, 26c., Ointment, 60c., KckIt
nt, SOc. (in form of ChocolaM Coated Pilla, 2S. par
of 3), may b had of all druggtata. A ttafle art often curat.
Jotter Drug Chera. Corp., Sole Prop.., Brfton, Maaa.
Hr Mailed I'm," Bow lo Cure Dkfifuxing Humora,
1780 French fleet arrives at
Newport bringing Count
de Rochambeau and 6000
soldiery to aid Americans.
1787 Great public indignation
and excitement aroused by
report that . the Constitu
tional Convention contem
plated offering to soma
foreign prince the "crown
1790 Congress decides to hold
its sessions in Philadelphia
for ten years, and there
after on the Potomac
1832 President Jackson vetoes
the hill to recharter the
1832 First steamboat arrives at
1835 Discovery made that a loco
motive could climb a grade
without the use of a sta
; tionary engine and ropes.
1850 Vice-President Fillmore in
augurated to succeed Prei
1884 Democratic National Con
vention at Chicago nomi
nates Grover Cleveland for
1898 Bombardment of Santiago
HAS A WORLD-WIDE REPUTA
TION. YOU'LL NEVER BE SAT
ISFIED TILL YOU'VE WORN A
DOUGLAS, THEN YOU'LL NEV
ER WEAR ANY OTHER. JOIN
THE VAST ARMY OF DOUGLAS
WEARERS AND BE UP-TO-DATE.
S. A. G1MRE
943 Bond St, Opp. Fisher Bros.
FINE CROPS AT CALDWELL.
Southern Idaho Producing Good Yield of
Hay and Fair Fruit Crop.
CALDWELL, Idaho, July 0-The crop
in this section of Idaho me looking thus
and the second cutting of hay i now
Wing put up. The fruit throughout
Southern Idaho i scan, but very tine,
what there Ih of it. Peaches are mure
and apples about two-third of a crop.
The late, cold full affected mot kiiiuII
fruit, but mall grass and grain have
experience! the bet season for 20 years
and many dry land homesteaders have
raised excellent crops without water.
MAY GO TO JURY.
SEATTLE. July 9,-By tomorrow
night the cae of George Mitchell charged
with the murder of Holy Roller Crellleld,
will probably go to the jury. Practically
all the evidence has been submitted and
the arguments will begin before Judge
Frater tomorrow morning, unless the
state should introduce a few witnesses
in rebuttal. The evidence today was a
continuation of the testimony of the in
sanity expert, regarding the soundness
of Mitchell's mind.
NEW DYNAMO REQUIRED.
FOREST GROVE July 9.-A new
dynamo will have to be installed More
the service of the electric cars from the
depot to the business center of town will
be satisfactory. It will require a few
days' time to get this additional in a chin
ery in operation.
CALDWELL GETS IDAHO
CALDWELL, Idaho, July 0 The. Gov
eminent experimental farm that was to
be located iu Southern Idaho by the
University of Idaho hat Wn located t
Caldwell by I, F. Roach, I). I)., president
of the University, in whoso hands the
matter wa left. Many Southern Idaho
towns have Ue.'n eomctliig for the
ri.e, offering sites and imliu'cmmit.
hut owing to the fine location offered
by thin city the farm will he located
A number of fine building will bc
erected at once, and some experiments
will be made with dry land farming. The
thoroughbred stock and poultry will be
transferred here from the State Vnl
verity, and forestry will alo lie experi
mented in. The ite given by the Com
mercial Club of this place is the north
went quarter of section 0 and the south
west quarter of section 10, located three
mile south of the city ou the Caldwell
SHORT VACATION FOR
JUDGES AT 0LYMPIA
MOUNTAIN RESORTS ARE
CLAIMING WEARY OSES
ALBANY. Ore, July 9.-The annual
rush to seaside and mountain resort is
now on in this part of the stats. The
number of people who annually seek an
extended vacation is huger than ever
before. Mountain resorts seem to be
more popular this year than those of
the coast. The number of people who are
leaving for Csscadia and the other re
sorts up the South Santiam and Me
Kenzie Rivers is very noticeable.
MAKES GOOD RUN.
XEHALEM. Ore., July 9. The cheese
factory here is making a good run this
summer, but as there are no boats com
ing here the product has to be hauled by
wagon lo miles to (aribald lor shipment.
Small birds have practically cleaned up
the berry crop this year. Scarcity of
ild berries is supposed to be the
OLYMPIA. Wash.. July 9.-The Slate
Supreme Court will hear three appeal
this afternoon, which wilt conclude the
May term, lien vacation will be had
until October. Hut vacatlou does not
mean that the members of the court will
be idle. On the contrary, the Judge will
be very fortunae if they are able to
ftire three week, real rest in the in
more than 10 case before the court, and
probably ten of these have been decided.
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IDLE HOURS ..(Nuvelette)
SUNFLOWER , ......... (Twa-Step)
CITY SWELLS .......(March, Two-Step)
DOUBLE TROUBLE ...... ..(March, Two-Step)
PEACHES AND CREAM. . .(Rae.)
A GARDEN IN PINK.; (Intermsiio)
NEW MOWN HAY , .(Intermsuo)
And many other. See the show window,'
J. N. GRIFFIN
f Till! II Nl 6 Hi GAS EN G I r E C 0 IV1 PAN Y iN
Marine and Stationary Gas and Caiollne Engines.
WE ARE ROW riLLINO ORDERS
FROM 0US NEW WORKS. WRITE
US FOR PRICES AND ILLUSTRATED
F. P. Kendall. General Sales Agent,
, 6i-69 Front St Portland, Ore,
HOPS AND HAY ARE GOOD.
Hot Weather Does No Damage to Crops
in Vicinity of Carlton.
CARLTON. Ore., July O.-The hottest
weather of the iwaon has prevailed here
for the past week, the thermometer n'g-
istering 100 in the shade on lust Tue-
day. The farmer are all well pleased,
as it is ideal haying weather. The hay
crop is very heavy and require a great
deal of hot weather in order to euro
properly. Grain Is ripening rapidly, and
some of the early fall sown grain will be
ready to cut the first week.
The cold, damp weather of a week ago
was bad on the hopmen. a a few lice
had begun to appear, but the hot spell
has killed all these off. The yield of
hops will be the largest in years. The
price offered for primes is 10 cents, but
there has been one contract made for
10 cent for 10.000 pound of choice.
There are hut few contract being
made, as tV growers are holding back,
expecting the price to go higher.
The Art of Fine Plumbing
has progreued with the development of the science of
sanitation and we have kept
pace with the improvements.
on f Or is your bathroom one of
the old huhkmed, unhealthy kind f
It you are stlS using the "closed in"
Ixtoree of tea yean ass, !t rsuld be well
to remove them and Install in their stesd.
MOWT white Porcelain r.iiim.
eld Ware, of which we hive samples
ditpUyed In our showroom. Let ui quote
ym prices. Jfluitrstcd catalogue free.
v m. i
I. A. Montgomery. n Atfnrfo
. (Continued from page 1)
importance as communities and the
significance of their views upon measures
and men would have been vastly en
He said that although much of the
wealth of the country is dependent upon
a protective tariff, its representative in
a national convention vote unhesitating
ly for the provision that a protective
tariff is a robbery of the many for the
benefit of the few; that although a great
majority of the Southern people are in
favor of maintaining the flag in the
Philippines, until the trust imposed by
circumstances shall have been highly and
fully discharged they "nevertheless per
mit the democratic party to chase after
northern votes, to formulate the false
cry of "anti-imperialism," in which they
have no sympathy whatever, by which
they were twice led to humiliating na
The secretary was warmly applauded
throughout his speech. Taft left Greens
boro tonight for the north en route to
Put In Bay, Ohio, where he delivers an
address on July 11th, before the Popular
Children like Kennedy's Laxative )
Honey and Tar. The pleasantest and
Best kind of logging shoesj handstroycht syrup to take, because it
made; always on hand.
Three Thousand Acres Are Under Water
Because of Break in Levee.
STOCKTON. CaL July 9. Three
thousand acre of asparagus went under
this morn ins on the Levi Tract, the
water pouring in from a forty-foot break
in the levee. The Levi Tract is on Rob
erts' Island and the flood endangers the
whole island. The effect of the break
at this point is to relieve the pressure at
Three Steamers Arrive In San Francisco
With Aid of Non-Union Crews.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 9. The
steamer Corona arrived today from
Eureka with passengers and merchan
dise carrying a non-union crew. The
steamer Nome City alno arrived from
Eureka with a cargo of lumber and a
non-union crew. The steamer Point
Arena arrived from Monroe landing with
a cargo of ties and a non-union crew.
GRANTED WRIT OF ERROR.
Mayor Rose of Kansas City, Kansas,
Allowed Stay of Proceedings.
KANSAS CITY, July 9.-W. W. Rose,
Mayor of Kansas City, Kas., was tonight
granted a writ of error by Justice Brew
er of the United State Supreme Court,
which stays the judgment of the Kansas
Supreme Court in fining the Mayor $1000
and demanding that h relinquish his
office. Rose will continue to perform his
duties as Mayor until the case is acted
on by the supreme court,
; contains no opiates. Sold by C Rogers. J I
REFUSE AMERICAN MEAT.
Stupid Britishers Refuse to Eat Ameri
can Canned Meats and is Returned.
LONDON, July 9. As the result of
the refusal of one of the ships of the
British attacking fleet to take on
American tinned meats during the re
cent naval maneuvers the Admiralty di
rect the ship companies to be supplied
with Australian or Argentine brands in
lieu of American. The remainder of
American tinned meats on hand is being
returned to the vitunlling yards and will
no longer bo a compulsory ration.
CASTRO AGAIN PRESIDENT.
NEW YORK, July 0.-A cable dis-
patch to a morning paper from Caracas.
"Vice-President Corneas yesterday
resigned the Presidential office, which
Castro temporarily resigned in April
last. There is general contentment among
the. people. Internal stability i thus
0 SPICES, o
Auh tatty, flMsl Flavor.
r PORTLArO, CRZGOM.
WORSE THAN KENTUCKY.
Deadly Feud Results in Two Men Being
Killed and One Fatally Wounded.
MUSKOGEE, I. T July 0.-Krnet
and Picas Hubbard are dead and Reuben
DANGER IN DELAY.
Kidney Diseases Are Too Dangerous For
Astoria People to Neglect
The great danger of kidney troubles is
that they get a firm hold before the suf
ferer recognizes them. Health is gradual
ly undermined. Backache, headache, ner
vousness, lameness, soreness. lumbago,
urinary troubles dropsy diabetes and
Bright's disease follow in merciless sue
oesslon. Don't neglect your kidneys,
Kirby fatally injured as the result of a Cure the Maeyt wjth the certain and
pitched battle near Westville today be
tween members of the Hubbard and
Kirby families and pistols were used by
both factions. In a recent fight one of
the Kirby's was shot by Will Reavis, a
friend of the Hubbards,
see remedy Doan's Kidney Pills, which
bus cured people right here in Astoria.
J. Pederscn, longshoreman, living at
613 Commercial street, Astoria, Oregon,
says: "For 20 years I was afflicted in
one way or another with kidney trouble,
suffered a great deal of pain in the small
of the hack and was continually tired
and nervous. I had occasional headaches
and alsq a blurring of the eyesight,
Every time I took cold it settled in the
Bowel Complaint in Children.
During the summer months children
aTe subject to disorders of the bowels
which should receive careful attention as
nnn a.a ftiA firaf unnflf nrfl.1 losenea of
the bowels apper, .The best medicine ki(,ney ana t( W troublel' the
in use for bowel complaint is Chamber- tion. at such times being Irregular
Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem- ' """" -- w
Wl .. f. ..rnmnH ermt.rnl. .n nnnst. mUCB Mturbed at night on this BCCOUnt.
, t T '.el. U Wei. : V, .al. 1 a tM oan's Kidney Pills,
, Vr.k TTrt. le-rlin rM Procured et Charles Rogers' drug store,
am very thankful."
For sale by all dealers. Price, 00
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New
York, sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
Pbr Infants and CUldrea.
TblM Yon Hava Always Bought
Signature of 1
Morning Astorian, 65 cents per month,
delivered by carrier.
ONE FOR ALL AND
ALL FOR ASTORIA
Astoria's New and. Modern
Mr. Astoria Man
Did you ever figure how many thou
sand capitalists visit the Paolflo Com
without coming to Astoria? f;
If only 100 invstors came to Astoria
during each year and only one or two
of them invested, would we all be
benefitted t .
Would it Injure the restaurants and
lodging houses now here if the tourists
who now stay away would come to
We cannot have a hotel' in front of
every lot. .
But every lot will be benefitted by
Have you the nerve to Invite your
influential friends to visit Astoria now I
Where will they stop In Astoria,!
Opportunity knocks but once other
knockers please copy.
You can't go ahead by sitting still.
THE NEW HOTEL COMMITTEE.
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 op Tablets,
38 cents. Sold by Frank Hart. '
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