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THE MOltNING ASTOMAN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
THURSDAY, JULY n, 1000.
EIASWS RUNT JAGS
PINTS 70c pr Down
QUARTS . .. .. 80c. per Down
HALF GALLONS . .... -mo per Don
JAR TOPS 5C per Doieu
JAR RUBBERS ..v. 10c. per Down, 3 Doia for jc
COVERED JELLY GLASSES 35C and 40c. per Down
A. V. ALLEN'S
SOLE AGENT BAKER'S BARRINGTON 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
4 For the Den or Dining Room. Made in
Beautiful Shades ,
A Large Assortment of Room Mouldings and Plate Rails
B. F. ALLEN 0 S0N
VAN WINKLE FAMILY IS
TRUE TO WILLAMETTE
BOY IS CHOKED TO
DEATH AT ANACONDA
lltTTK. Mont.. .Inly II.--TI1 body of
13-year-old WtlHw HarkovMi wt foind
tmUty under a tuk of oat in the were
houm of Polich & Company, grows, at
Anaconda. ay a aptvlnl dixpateh from
that city to th InterMouutaiii. Tlie hv
had Wen inMtig shire' July 3. The buy
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
oession. Don't neglect your kidneys.
Cure the kidneys with the certain and
set remedy Doan's Kidney Pills, which
iias cured people right here in Astoria.
J. Petersen, 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 back and was continually tired
and nervous. I had occasional headaches
and also a blurring of the eyesight
Every time X took cold" it settled In tie
kidneys and added to my troubles, the
secretions at such times being irregular
and containing sediment, l-My rest was
much disturbed ai night on this account.
I began taking Doan's Kidney Pills,
procured at Charles Rogers', drug store,
and found unexpected relief, for which I
am very thankful." "-" .,
For sale by all dealers. Price, 50
cents. Foflter-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New
York, sole agents fop the United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
NOT SEPARATED IN
ARE YOU A BON VTVANT?
The pith of life, after all, is a good
feed. The good thing of this life are
not as a rule easily found, so that it is
a pleasure to find so dose at hand a
first-class up-to-date establishmeerit,
whre one gets those good things at
every meal like the Palace Restaurant,
on Commercial street. The home of the
bon vivant. ' tf
"Behold the Western sky,
Where people live but never die."
The reason for this is plain to see,
They all take Rocky Mountain Tea
Sold by Frank Hart.
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'
543 Bond St, Opp. Fisher Bros. '':
Best kind of logging shoeBj hand
REMARKABLE COINCIDENCE OC
CURS IN CHICAGO WHEN HAN
AND WIFE DEE IT SAME TIMS-
COMPANIONS NEARLY 50 YEARS
CHICAGO, July U. Companion for
nearly half a century in life, Arthur
Graham, and his wife, of Jefferson Park,
are not to be separated in -death. Mrs.
Grahman died Monday and her husband
passed away yesterday, less than 24
hours later. They will be buried to
gether. ; .;, ,.;;.
The remarkable coincidence show hy
the death of this husband and wife, is
said to be quite consistent with the en
tire trend of their lives, which have been
Mrs. Graham was taken ill on the 4th
of July. It was not thought that her
condition was serious, but diabetes de
veloped and she grew worse. The day
following the 4th Mr. Graham was
stricken with an attack of heart disease,
to which he had been subject for many
years. In a separate room, but hear that
of his wife he lay suffering Monday,
when Mrs, Graham died. Shortly before
the end came she expressed some sur
prise that her husband had not been in
to see her, but members of the family
explained to her satisfaction without
telling he that he, too, was ilL
Nor was the fact of bis his compan
ion's death communicated to Mr. Gra
ham, his -children fearing that the shock
might kill him. Monday night, however,
he seemed to be improved, and it 'was
thought advisable to tell him yesterday,
but he .suddenly grew worse and died,
not knowing that 'bis wife had gone.
Mr. Graham was 70 years and his
wifet60. They leave five children.
AIJfiANY. Or, July 11-For 20 years
there is not been a time when a child
of Rev., I. N. Van Winkle, an honored
pioneer of Linn County, wan not attend
ing Willamette University, There ha
not beeu a ningle term of school at Wil
lamette sine lH8t( when there wan not
at )eat one Van Winkle there, Four of 'had evidently been choked to 'death,
Kev. an Ufiikle children nr graduates I ' Willie Bailey, who. with other boys,
of Yt illmmette l nivmity. lliey ore )m wm i,ootlmj un flreoraekera at the
James s. au wnkie, on of Albany back of the grwery otoie on the after
most prominent men and chairman of mmx 0f July 3. told the nolle that Joh
the Republican Central Committee of Ktionn, driver for IVdk-h A Company
Him loamy; i. u. , an inkle, or after orderimr the boy away had .cniiuh
Salem, assistant attorney-general of jy,,iig IWkoviteh and carried htm Jnto
Oregon, now president of the Alumni the .warehouse.' Bailey my that he
Aviation of Willamette University 1 hlparj mmm from Barkovieh.
Mrs. Dr. J. O. Patterson of Memll. Ore., J Kllean. who has be.n arreted, 'claims
and Dr. J. a Van Winkle, of Wcndling, to know nothing of the affulr. Other
Charles Van Winkle, the youngest son imU are expected to follow this after
of the family, is now a student in the noon.
BIG REAL ESTATE DEAL
TRANSACTED AT EUGENE
EUGENE Ore., July ll.-One of the
largest real estate deal ever made In
Lane County was consummated jester
CONSTRUCTION SLOW ON
THE OREGON TRUNK ROAD
THE DALLES, Ore., July 11. -W.
Nelson, president of the Oregon Trunk
Road, says eontruction work i pro
day, when Eli Bangs. Eugene's pioneer y ' the scarcity
livervrmin. sold a ouarter of a block."' pww o .
of wound at the corner of West Ninth:" PU'n,Jr of Uborr ur harwt
" J i l .1 A A
msv- n f tj.s.A - Mi w uiff hutikw 01 wis company w
farmer, of this eitv. for 35.000. A two- lmh t,,e on ,,i,Unc
story brick building and large frame of 1,0 mi,,' from ,h CWumWa. as n
1U'A w iv.- a rn uuiii, unit mm 10 muhu
n'vi msw4Q uuiiuu9 miv M IIIO IVIIIIU 1
and they are iueluded in the sale. Mr.l,nm"Kn V"1' u"on "mKt con
Bangs secures in the deal a 900-aere nr,lHm nnn
stock farm in Harney County, which his! "
son. Abraham, of this eity, will conluet. HORSE HEAVEN WHEAT
" CROP A BANNER ONE
PROHIBITION IN WALLOWA.
WALLOWA, Ore. July ll.-Sinoe the
saloons in this county closed their door
to patrons at 12 o'clock June 30 no liquor
has been sold within the county limits.
No act of disobedience has been report
ed, and from all appearances prohibition
VERY HOT AT HUNTINGTON.
HUNTINGTON, Ore. July 11-For tbe
last 10 days the weather here has been
very warm, the thermometer registering
as high as 108 degrees. The hotel spell
has been slightly broken by wind and
TACOMA GAS PLANT SOLD
TO MICHIGAN COMPANY
NORTH YAKIMA, Wash- July 11.-
The wheat crop of the Horse Heaven
country will be the largest in the his
tory of the Yakima Valley, if preent in
dication continue to hold good. Cut
ting will not be commenced for about
two weeke yet but the farmers are pre
paring tor this event, llie wheat u
now reported to be looking fine. Tit
rains of June brought it out In good
shape. There was as increase in the
acreage over the previous year.
ACTS AS MUT0RMAN
TACOMA. July ll.-Sale of the Ta-
coma gas plant is confirmed. Mward
M. Deane & Co., of Grand Rapids, Mich.,
are the purchasers. The price of gas,
now $1-15 per 1000 cubic feet, will be
reduced to $1-25.
FOREST GROVE, Ore., July 11.-
Senator E W. Haines, the promoter of
the new electric line from the depot to
the businene center of thi place, acted
as motorman on the car yesterday. He
made several trips to the depot but
there was not sufficient power to operate
the line satisfactorily. It is thought
the ear will be in full operation in
"A GAY DECEIVER" TONIGHT.
An Alarming Situation
frequently results from neglect of clog
ged bowels and torpid liver, until con
stipation becomes chronic This condi
tion is unknown to those who use Dr.
King's New Life Pills; the best and
gentlest regulator of Stomach and
Bowels, Guaranteed by Charles Rogers,
druggist. Price 25c.
1 pilMIIIM'Wmllllllllll.iL l.
X) SPICES, q
tos?lufeftrihr, finest Flavor,
r . .. PORTLAN9,QSSGGN.
Willard Company Play to Crowded House
Last Night at the Star Theatre.
The last performance of "A Western
Gentleman", except the matinee on Sun
day afternoon, wan greeted last night by
an exceedingly large house, considering
the hot weather. "A Gay Deceiver" will
be presented tonight and the lovers of a
really clever comedy, who want to
laugh and enjoy themselves, should not
miss this play. It is one of those clever
comedies that hold the audience in its
thrall until the very last moment. John
Drew made a great deal of his reputa
tion in this same comedy. Mr. Willard
excels in a comedy role and will charm
his audience. As a. comedian he is ex
NEW YORK, July 11 With the pay
ment of $75,000 to the heir of Francis
Asbury Palmer, who contested his will,
litigation over his estated has been ter
minated. The appraisers filed their
port with the surrogate yesterday. The
total net value of the estate is $737,160,
Mr. Palmer for 52 years was president
of the National Broadway Bank and
was 92 years old when be died. He
made a small annuity to his older broth
er, remembered religious and charitable
institutions that he was interested in
and left his residuary fortune to the
Francis Asbury Palmer fund, which he
organized before he died, for, the support
of home . missions, ministers, and
MUTINY OF SAILORS.
Crew of Two Battleship Revolt and
SEBASTOPOL, July II. It is report
ed that the Ironclads Pantelrnon and
Three Saints have joined the garrison
of Batum forces, which are in mutiny.
The mutineers are forcibly detaining two
CASTOR I A
, lot Infant and Children.
Th Kind Yon Hava Always Bocght
ST. PETERSBURG, July ll.-There is
no confirmation of the Sevastopol rumor
of the seizure of the battleships at
Batum. Dispatches from Batum today
make no mention of disorders.
Milukoff For Premier.
Professor Paul M. Milukoff, it ap
pears from conversations, which the As
sociated Press has had with several lead
ing members of parliament is the man,
on whom the constitutional democrats
are uniting for Premier, in the event of a
successful issue of the negotiations for
the formation of a constitutional demo
cratio ministry. Professor Mouromtsen
president of the lower house, and Ivan
Petrunkevitch the legal authority among
the members of the house, are so men
tioned, but are regarded with less favor
amon gthe members of the house, are
so mentioned, but are regarded with
less favor because of the Emperor's per
sonal feeling against the too plain
spoken Iver Zemstvoist, and Professor
Mouromtseff, because it is felt he is
needed in bis prenent place.
v TAKING A VACATION.
OYSTER BAY, July ll.-The Presi
dent is' enjoying his first real holiday
since his occupation of the While House,
In the. week, and a half he has be?n at
Sagamore fiifl, He has had only two visi
tors arid 'iese'visita were brief.
ROOT SAILS FOR RIO JANEIRO.
SAN JUAN, P, R., July 11. -Secretary
Root sailed on the cruiser Charleston at
midnight for Rio Janeiro.
KLE HOURS (Novetott)
SUN FLOWER (Two-Step)
CITY SWELLS (March, Two-SUp)
DOUBLE TROUBLE (Mirth, Two-Step)
PEACHES AND CREAM. (Rig)
A GARDEN IN PINK.,,. . .. (InUrmeno)
NEW MOWN HAY, ............. , (tnUrmsuo)
And many other. See the show window.
J. N. GRIFFIN
Tiir iniinii Air ro.tr imi rrti in a oitr
: nit uNiura um LnuiiiL tuiwrANi
Marine and Stationary Gas and Gasoline Engines.
F. P. Kendall, General Sales Agent,
fli-M front SUPorttiod. Or.
WE ARE ROW rtLUVQ ORDERS
FROM OUR NEW W0RES. WRITE
US FOB PRICES AND ILLUSTRATED
The Art of Fine Plumbing
has progreud with tbe development of the science of
sanitation tnd we have kept
iace with the Improvements.
i lave rouf Or u your bsshroom one of
the old fiuhkraed, unhealthy kind t
If yon are itl wing the "closed in"
future of tea yean igo, It would be welt
to remove them and Install in their ttead,
snowy white MtdWd Porcelain Enim-
.LA VP... t w.Mk L . u.
1 Yl lrii displayed ia our showroom. Let ui quote
4k.AMrjr I you price. Illustrated catalogue free
.......... ... '.''.' '.'.'.'.
I, A. Montgomery. 1 Astoria,
Drv Goods Go.
Value Quality Courtesy
WE HAVE JUST OPENED FOR DISPLAY TWO NEW SHIPMENTS.
A FINE LINE OF STYLISH, COOL AND WELL MADE LINGERIE
WAISTS, AND A MOST COMPLETE LINE OF MUSLIN UNDER
WEAR, THIS LAST SHIPMENT INCLUDES A CAREFULLY PICKED
LOT OF CHILDREN'S GARMENTS.
Our new waist arrival are the
daintiest piece of lingerie ever
displayed in this city. Latest
styles, substantial finish. A
triumph of art in clothe manu
facture. A splendid mid-ummr
offering. At exceptional value,
49c to $3-$o.
w nave lust un
picked a line of
Gnat attention hat
been given to the1
choosing of thm gar
mants, especially the
you have the choice'
of a fine' line from
9C to $3.50.
Tight fitting corset
cover for the new
gown. These are
ind worth inspec
tion; all lire.
50 DOZEN BELTS An entire line of tempi, purchased from the largest
belt manufacturer in th United State. White duck embroidered lace
with gilt, ilver, and 'pearl buckle.
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY OF WAISTS AND SAMPLE BELTS.
EX-C0R0NER HELD UP.
SAN FRANCISCO. July ll.-Witliln
half a block of his home on Vallejo
street, Dr. T. D, W. Iceland, former
corner of this city, was hi-ld up and rob
bed of $175 in gold, a $280 check, a gold
watch," a gold match safe, and a Masonic
gold badge, last night about midnight.
The robbera were two young men, un
masked and with the gun that one of
them carried he threatened death if
rcsiHtmioe was offered. After Jteing re
leased by the men Dr. Leland followed.
them for six blocks, but lost track of
them. Both nicn were young and ap
parently inexperienced as highwaymen...
"I wa a loser in a twenty-year battle
with chronic pile and malignant sores
until I triad Ducklan'a Arnica Salve I
which turned the tide, by curing both,
till not a trace remains," writes A, M.
ftwi.AA .J Vtu. ill.. mr . m . j - M
"'"To vi lurriiviiie, va. iiesi lor uiu
Ulcers, Cuts, Burn and Wounds. 25o
At(.CliMlvl,,Roger, druggist. ' ' J