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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 12, 1906)
SUHMY, ACCUST 11, I
JUST IN AND JUST RIGHT
NEW CROP CANNED
The Best Value Ever Offered for the Money
30 CENTS THE CAN
ROSS, HIGGINS & CO.
HEADQUARTERS FOR GOOD THINGS TO EAT.
TERSE TILES (if I 111
Orkwlti Mlla skat.
Hew souvenir postsls at Svsoson's.
Orkwlti Repair Bicycles od abort
Doll B. Scully, KoUrf Public, at
Scully Cigar Store. Any old hour!
Taa very bait beard t b obtalnsd la
tbs dty la at "Tba Occident Hotel"
tatai my reasonable.
For Sale-Five lot. Block I, Young'
addition your own price. Enquire
room 48, Ator Iloue. 8-9-3t.
let Craam made from full cream, 13
per pint. Special prices for lodges and
churches, at Tagg's confectionary. 7-19-tf
Hotel Irving, corner Franklin avenue
and Xltrtnth street. European plan;
teat reoma and board la the dty at ra
so sable prices.
Bow Do I look. To reelly sea your
e'f as others sea you, get one of thoe
lew style mirrors at Hart's Drug Store;
all prices. A new supply Just received.
N. A. Ackerman, 421 Bond St, doeeaD
manner of texld erny, furniture uphol
stering, carpet cleaning and laying, mat
tress naklng epeeialty and a.! work
Soma girls are eleven they nave made
themsalves great beaut lee by taking IIol
Jlter's Rocky Mountain Tea. There is
no scheming, they fight shy of oomtles
and nave become the handeomeet girls In
the state. Tea or Tablets, 35 rents. Sold
by Frank Hart.
Why don't yoa have your work dons
by tht Eastern Painting ft Decorating
Company, 38 Commercial street? Tbey
do the work cheaper, quicker and better
than any other firm. We art now in
our new home and will be pleased to
meet our patrons, both old and new.
Call and inspect our work.
Complexion treatments sre a neces
sary part of the grooming of a well
preserved woman. It is not so much a
matter of bow you look today, as how
you will look tomorrw. nolllster's
n a . l ev .. it. Tt
V, KOCKjr Mountain iea uoe mo ouin.
Tea or Tablet. 33 cents. Sold by Frank
We Carry a Full Line of
Supplies S Accessories
WE SELL ICE
They Reached Astoria, Deputy Col
lector J. C. Mcl'uw end lnpetr C. T.
Crosby returned yesterday morning to
thl city a fur vral days' absence in
the Tillamook country whither they
went to inspect and measure the new
laumdi Klnchloe Jut built at Garibaldi,
by M. Petersen, to be uwd In the nh
Ing bulne. Hlie Is 20 1-3 feet long;
her width I H ft end she draw 3
feet of water. While at Tillamook dty
they met with lnpectors Weldon end
Am. who were lnpctlng the steamer
Annarine, They returned on their wheel
and did Km) mile of haul riding while
they were out, nt to speak of the dist
ance they carried the bike en loute.
Everything wa dry ss a bone except one
sjHit on the summit of False Tillamook,
where the heavy and prevalent fog had
precipitated a heavy rain, and the soak
ing they got will be long remembered.
There was no rain anywhere else. They
enjoyed the outing Immensely but were
glad to get in.
The "July" Run Is On. It I conceded
by nearly all the fishermen to whom the
matter I broached, that the deferred
".luly" run of salmon I now fairly on.
The (Uh were very plentiful yesterday
st the lower grounds, but meagre st all
points up stream. It seems the flh d
not penetrate very far up the river at
this late day In the seston, and are to
be found In heavy shoal at, and Just
inside, the bar, and at points indigenous
thereto. Two boat be lonoing to the Me-
Gowan cannery yesterday turned in 15
ton between them and all report from
the lower bay were encouraging in the
Hothlng of Importance. There wa a
meeting of the Astoria Police Commis
sion yesterday afternoon at the office of
it president, Judge Page, and only rou
tine matters were handled. Nothing of
importance wa brought up and all mem
ber of the board were present. There
wore several thing that it wa expecte.l
would lie broached, but they were allow
ed to pas until a more propitious sea
son. An Italian Quintette. There were five
Italian yoterdny before the county
clerk with their declaration of Intention
in the matter of citizenship, and the
same were duly filed, in the following
mime, towlts Staochio Kruno. Cosimo
Purlielno, Andre Mercuric Francises
Cnnlinale and 0. Ruo,
Were Duly Wedded. At the residence
of the groom, at 10 o'clock yeterdny
morning. Justice P. J. Goodman perform
ed the wedding ceremony which united
for life, the destine of Mr. Louis Rosen
feld and Miss Viola Schwartz.
Meet Today, The Scandinavian Tem
perance Society will meet at the Luth
eran Free church this afternoon at 4:00
o'clock. God program. Election of officers.
RESULT OF THE FOUR -DAY SES
SION WITH THE TWENTY-THREE
APPLICANTS INTERESTED IN
Yesterday noon saw the close of the
four-day elon of the teacher' exam
ining board held here since Wednesday,
before Mis Emma Warren, superintend
ent of county schools, Uted by Prof.
A. Li. Clark, bead of tht Astoria schools.
and Mr, (ienrbart with the following
roster of successes among the twenty
three applicant engaged in the context:
First tirade-Messrs. Cba. F. Will-
cutt. Holtcrt A. Townliem! Mie Inez
Luce, Minnie Lewis, Laura M. Fasts-
Wnd, Utile Lwi, Mr. Etbelyn Smith.
Hecond fJrsde Mie Lola Hell Pbslr,
Anna A. Tolil. Hose Adeline Matson,
Karen .Marie Laurldscn, Km in KnuUen.
Third tirade Misses Josephine Dow,
Minnie Myrtle Ijirson.'Maret Louise Set
tent, Carrie Elizabeth Short.
Primary Certificate Mm E. Nor
berg. Misse Nellie Anderson and Beatrice
L Robinson were examined In Ral;;i.
Their paper are not all In.
Nineteen Days Yet The regatta com
mittee ha no time to lose in doling It
contract and perfecting it. business for
the eeon; and as fast a it doe any
thing, this paper, and doubtles the
other In the city will herald the new
end mike the most of it. The press
committee may have been remiss, but
in what l not apparent to it members;
but that 1 neither here nor there; it
will immediately do what necessary to
spread the regatta gospel to the four
wind of heaven, and all other matter s
soon as the main push doe something.
So far It hn done nothing but let the
grand tand privilege to Mr. Palmberg,
and the contract for the program, but
the program I yet to be framed up; and
hight here i where the big committee
need its best and quickest energies.
When It get down to buines sll other
element will tumble Into the work
good-hesrtedly and with snsp.
They Are Dead. "The Oriano U go
ing to change it policy. Those who do
do not advertise in it or in the Gazette
are not going to get social notices, busi
ness notice, or any mention in the
paper, unless they pay for it. They are
dead men, and we are going to help bury
them and see If we can't get other men
here in their places." Vale Oriano.
Receives Invitations. Invitations have
been received in this city by a number
of city official, to attend the meeting
of fire chief of the Pacific Coast which
will lie held at Calgary, Alberta. Canada.
from the 28th to the 31t of this month.
A formal Invitation was read at the lat
meeting of the city council from the
Calgary Fire Chief, asking that Astoris
send a representative to the rovention jj
the person of the Fire Chief, but no ac
tion has yet been taken.
Continued Until Tuesday. The cases
of alleged unlawful fishing charged
against J. 8. Pesjeiro and Frank Furia,
in Justice Goldman's coui't, were both
continued yesterday until 2 o'clock on
Tuesday next. G. C. Fulton, attorney
for Pesjeiro filed a demurrer to the com
plaint In his case, and the same will un
doubtedly lie overruled by Judge Good
man, for want of jurisdiction in such a
matter a the constitutionality of a
"Make Hay While the Sun Shines."
There is a lesson in the work of the
thrifty farmer. He know that the
bright sunshine may last but a day and
he prepares for the showers that are
liable to follow. So it should be with
every household. Pyeentery, diarrhoea
and cholera morbus may attack some
member of the home without warning.
Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diarr
hoea Remedy, which is the best known
medicine for these diseases, should al
ways be kept at hand, as immediate
treatment is necessary, and delay may
prove fatal. For sale by Frank Hart,
A. A. SAARI.
. Photographer, first-class work, satis
faction guaranteed.' sia Fourteenth St.,
opposite Foard & Stokes.
When pains or irritation exist on any
part of the body, the application of
Ballard's Snow Liniment gives prompt
relief, E. W. Sullivan, Prop. Sullivan
House, El Reno, 0. T., writes, June 6,
1002: "I take pleasure in recommend
ing Ballard's Snow Linimejt to all who
are afflicted with rheumatism. It is
the only remedy I have found that gives
immediate relief." 25o SOo snd $1.00.
Sold by Hart's drug store.
We Don't Make the Clothes, but we know the factory that
does. It's always an A 1 factory or Wise dont want itsproduct
Klroy McCann of Walla spent the day
in Astoria yesterday.
G. C. Hupp of Seattle was in Astoria
yesterday on a business quest. -
P. B. Abernatby of Spokane was doing
buines in the city yeterdsy.
W, E. Allerton of Penver wa a busi
ness visitor in this city yesterday.
H. J. Carleton of Elmira. K. Y was
among the arrivals in Astoria yesterday.
Mrs. E. Handman of Portland was in
the city yesterday, en route to Seaside.
Elmore Brechenbach of Seattle was a
business visitor In the city yesterday.
C. F. Berry of San Francisco was in
the city yesterday on a business jaunt.
J. P. Miller of Seattle spent the day
here yesterday and was domiciled at the
F. II. Pingfelder of Seattle was smong
the crowd of visitors reaching this city
on the noon express yesterday.
Ed Tassaa came down from the Puget
Sound country yesterday and spent the
day in Astoria.
W. F. Hull of Boie City arrived here
yesterday on the noon train and was
registered at the Occident.
Paul Whedeliaus of Walla Walla wa
an Astoria passenger on the 11:30 ex
press from Portland yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fitzgibbons of Portland
are in the city, guests of the Hotel Oc
cident. M. P. Carpenter of Victoria arrived
here yesterday on a business trip and
left up on the evening express.
F. P. Stoncman of San Francisco spent
the day in Astoria yesterday on matters
P. A. Stanton of Klamath arrived here
yesterday morning on the steamer Has
salo, and returned up on the 6:10 train
Judge P. C. Smith of Boise City,
Idaho, the trial judge before whom will
come the alleged murderers of Governor
Steunenberg, of Idaho, whenever that
Important issue shall reach his court,
passed through the city yesterday, ac
companied by Mrs. Smith and their little
daughter, for a week's outing at Gear
Word From Warrenton. Manager E.
S. Mcllroy of the Old Oregon Lumber
Mills Company, came up from Warren
ton yesterday on a fleeting business trip,
and reports the business of the concern
in fine shape, with 100 men at work in
the mills and an average of two millions
of feet of product going out monthly.
Ho has introduced a very pleasing inno
vation down there, in the shape of a
mill-library for the use of the company's
employes and keeps it stocked with the
best of all the magazines and the new
and valuable literature of the day, be
sides all the standard mechanical works
likely to be in demand among such a
crowd of workers. It is most thorough
ly appreciated by those fop whom it
SUITS BOUGHT AT WISE'S PRESSED - r
FREE WHENEVER YOU SAY " SO
YOU CAN'T LOOIl "FOOLISH" IN
Astoria's Reliable Clothier
DONE BY PEED.
Adolph Xystrom and wife to Min
nesota 4 Oregon Land & Timber
Company, warranty, 80 acre, in
section 12, T. C N R. 6 W. $1200
United State to John Pearson, pat
ent 120 acres in section 19, T.
5 N R. 7 W.....
Van Pusen Investment Co. to Sam
uel B. Martin, warranty, lot ,
block 9, Van Pusen' Astoria.,..
United States to Peter Anderson,
patent, 160 acres in section 32,
T. 5 K, B. 10 W.
There is just as good fish in the brine
A ever come out of the sea.
But you will take it out in fishing.
Unlesa you take Rocky Mountain Tea,
Sold by Frank Hart
Simington Dry GoodsGo.
VALUE QUALITY COURTESY
SPECIALS FOR MONDAY & TUESDAY
soo of dainty effects in women's new 1 Summer wash fabrics in lawns, dimi-
neckwear. fancy embroidered de- i . . .t , .
, ' . . . u" ties and sonettes, values from isc
signs, regular price 25c to 50c each.
Sale price your choice s to 35V U go at one-half regular
only .IOC Prf.
XZX SUMMER UNDERWEAR
widths 9 in. to is in. - Sale price 15-cent sleeveless summer vests go
only 7c per yard and in widths from ing at 9 cents. Ladies vests and
16 in. to 40 in. Sale price only 9 jong wortn cents
cents per yard; you can not afford ..
to miss this opportunity of pe"al Monday and g-s
saving one-half one your purchase. Tuesday at......... U 9
Soo pairs of women's black lace hose 1000 Towels at 6c Each
in boot and all over lace, styles go- House wives and hotel men "will sit
ing at the ridiculous ty up and take notice" at this mar-
P"ce of 1 I w velous towel sale. Figured damos
towels with colored border that
Urge size unbleached Turkish wiU w,sh p,ain hemmed, aelvaged
towels. A great value- m 00 Md'8i our nd"a retMls
jays onjy OO
SHIPMENTS OF NEW FALL GOODS ARE ARRIVING EVERY DAY
AND IN ORDER TO CLEAN UP ALL OUR SUMMER LINES, OUR
STORE IS CROWDED WITH SPECIAL BARGAINS WHICH YOU CAN
NOT AFFORD TO OVERLOOK. TRY THE NEW STORE AND YOU
WILL GET THE HABIT OF TRADING AT SIMINGTON'S BECAUSE IT
SAVES YOU MONEY.
Don't Make a
If you don't
"Waiter, do yoa mean to say this is
the steak I ordered!"
"It looks like the same steak the gen
tleman across the table refused to eat a
few minutes ago."
"Yea, sir; we always try it three times
before we give it up, sir!" Tit-Bits.
.' Hernia ... . ....... ,: ',
Renders the bile more fluid and thus
helps the blood to flow; it affords
primpt relief from biliousness, indi
gestion, sick and nervous headaches, and
over-indulgence in food and drink.
G. L Caldwell Agt M. K. and T. R. R
Checotah, Ind. Ter, writes, April 18,
1903: "I was sick for over two years
with enlargement of the liver and
spleen. The doctors did me no good.
snd I had given up all hope of being
cured, when my druggist advised me to
use Herbine. It has made me sound and
well." 50c. Sold by Hart's drug store.