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THE MORNING ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
SUNDAY, AUGUST 11, ijyfl.
Csa't Fcrief its
OF A. V. ALLEN'S
la daily offering extraordinary bargains in china crockery, tte.
We art selling this week some ast values in odds and ends in
dishes for xoc each. Our line of mottled grty and blue and white
tranlttwara it complete and at pricea lower than eter sold in
thia city. Can we aell you some Jell tumblers at 30c doien; they
are worth 35c to 40c. elsewhere. You can buy large lunch bucket
for 35c and to-quart tin pail for 13c; s-pint tin cups for it. We
have some lamps and toilet sets will dose out at half price. A
Tisit to our store will always be a savin of dollars when you
want anything in the crockery line. No trouble to show goods.
A. V. ALJJBN'S
WHERE PEOPLE ALL GO FOR BARGAINS.
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In Society fiere
On Thursday evening Mrs. Alfred J. H.
Schroeder entertained her Sunday school
class of the First M. E. church with a
delightful lawn party. A very nice lunch
was enjoyed by sll those present
Miss Lois McCoy, one of Portland's
most popular girls spent Friday in this
city, leaving on yesterday's boat for
Long Beach where she will remain for
about three week as the guest of Miss
Gertrude Pratt in her very pleasant
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harthare returned
on Wednesday from a two weeks' trip
to the Cascade Mountains. They left on
Thursday morning for Xehalem. where
they will spend a week enjoying all thi
pleasures which that country affords.
On Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
H. Callender gave a lunching party to a
few of theif friends. . One of the launches
belonging to Mr. Callender was used to
carry the guests to Knappton. their des
tination and all on board had a very
Mrs. F. D. Kuettner entertained a few
o her friends on Tuesday evening with
an informal euchre party. Refreshments
were served during the evening and the
prize-winners were Mrs. B. Van Dusen,
Mrs. Carlton Allen. Mr. B. Van Dusen
and Mr. C. A. Coolidge.
The ladies of the Holy Innocents'
chapel entertained the children of the
church with a picnic at the residence of
Mr. De Force on Tuesday afternoon.
The Chafing Dish Club gave a farewell
party to Paul Trullinger who leaves
shortly for Portland to practice dentistry
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Halderman on Tuesday evening. Chinese
lanterns were hung all over a ground
which made a very pretty effect.
Mrs. L. A. Larsen gave a party in hon
or of Mrs. Henry Swanberg who is here
NO MATTER WHERE LOCATED
Properties and Business of all kinds sold
quickly for cash in all part of the
United StateB. Don't wait. Write to
day describing what you have to sell
and give cash price on same.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY
any kind of Business or Real Estate
anywhere, at any price, write me your
requirements. I can save you time and
DAVID D. TAFF,
THE LAND MAN
415 Kansas Avenue.
spending the summer with her relatives,
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Nanthrup and Mr.
and Mrs. L. A. Larsen. Music and re
freshments helped the guests to pass a
Mrs. Paul Baddollett entertained a few
of her friends on Wednesday afternoon
in honor of mother, Mrs. Sutherland
and Mrs. Hawthorne of Portland who
are visiting with her.
Miss Hannah Adair entertained the
members of the Thursday afternoon
club this week at her home in East As
toria. Cards were played and refresh
Mrs. Charles Amundson of East As
toria gave a pleasant party for a few
of her friends on Wednesday. Refresh
ments were served and excellent music
wag enjoyed by all.
Dr. and Mrs. Larien gave a surprise
party for Mrs. H. Miles their relative,
the event being the anniversary of her
birthday. A pleasant evening was pass
ed by those present.
Mrs. F. K. Dieble entertained the la
dies of the Baptist church on Friday af
ternoon, an excellent musical and liter
ary program was prepared for the
AS EASY COMFORTABLE
SHOES. NOTHING MAKES LIFE
AS UNBEARABLE AS POORLY
FITTING SHOES. COME TO ME
AND GET ABSOLUTE SATIS
FACTION. S. A. G1MRE
543 Bond St, Opp. Fisher Bros.
Best kind of logging shoes; hand'
aude; always on hand.
All kinds of shoe repairing neatly
and quickly done.
The crowds are coming thicker and
faster than ever. Last Saturday night
every hotel and private house here was
filled to capacity. It w plainly evident
that the" expansion policy is the right
one here, and that more accommodations
should be provided before next season.
Mrs. Edward Cookingham was in the
city a few days this week with Miss
Wynne Coman. Mis Lois Steers took
charge of the houe in her absence.
The Arion Society of Portland spent
Saturday and Sunday here celebrating
their saengerfest. Over 50 members came
t?ovn with their families and enjoyed a
perfect two days, since each and every
one of the m.m yentcrtainments planned
for them was a e'ecided success and the
weather conditions perfect.
A splendid concert, given under the
direction of Louis Dammaseh, in the
Seaside pavilion, Saturday night, was
followed by a ball, which held the boards
until the small hours of the morning.
The clam-bake given in the grove in
front of Locksley ball Sunday night was
one of the most successful entertain
ment of this kind that has been given in
some time. The grove was electric light
ed and was iWorated with Arion flags
and bunting and covers were laid for 150
on the hti. heavily-laden table, which
siw'ciud froivi one end of the grove to
the other. The menu was a very elabo
rate one, and too much cannot be aid in
praise of thi excellent catering, for which
51r. Butterworth is responsible. There
was-a most acceptable absence of long
waits between courses, and every dish of
the menu was voted delicious. A large
part of the Saturday night concert pro
gram was repeated, ant ? huge bonfire,
which was burning during the banquet,
was the center of the fireworks, which
attracted very much admiration. After
the festivities the crowd which had gath
ered dispersed during the singing of a
Rev. Mr. Simpson and family, of St.
Mark's Episcopal Church, in Portland,
are in the Calvary Church cottage.
Mrs. A. E. Dalgleish and son Victor
are in their cottage for the rest of the
John F. Logan has returned to the
city, after a week's visit with his
Mis Margaret and Kate Protzman
and the Misses Jerome are In "Sleepy
NEWS OF OREGON AND THE
TACOMAi August ll.-E. C. Hawkins,
engineer in charge of the Puget Sound
extension of the I'nion Pacific, lius set
up headquarter at Kelso, and 1 direct
ing work on the lino from Kelso to Ta
eonm from that pluce. Mot of that part
of the line between KcNo and Centralla
and Chchsli has been located, and until
this work is completed little will be done
at either Tacoma or Seattle. The mat
ter1 of an entrance to Tacoma is t ill
AGED WOMAN DIES.
THE DALLES. Or., August 11. -Mrs.
Nancy Marsh, the oldest woman In The
Dalles, died yesterday, aged 03 years
and 19 day.
Mrs. Marsh came to this place ahout
two years ago to spend her declining
years with her daughter, Mrs. L E.
Wilder. Her carter i said to have been
an eventful one.
' NEW DEPARTMENT.
TACOMA. August 10. Iu connection
with the building of its new lines in the
Northwest, the Northern Paclflo Railway
Company has crested a new department
to be known as the right of way depart
ment, and Attorney 8. J. Pritchard has
been placed in charge. Mr. Pritchard will
have charge of all right of way buying
for the Northern Pacific in Oregon, Wash
ington and Idaho.
CLOSE OF THEIR WORK.
CENTR.U.1A, Wash, August ll.-Th.-t'nloit
Pacific surveyors who have Ik-cii
working north of Ontralia have almost
completed theli' work and have rim sev
eral line-, through (Vutrnlin. Although
several lines were mad, permanent
"takes were placed over one route. This
line enters t'entniliu on the north on 11
street, following down the west side of
the county road and UrMjre to the city
Hints, Fnmi the city limits the line run
south and westerly to Main street, about
eight blocks from Tower avenue. At
Main trcot the line changes and runs
duo south to the city limits. oroslng
the old I'nion Piicllle grade just about
the city limits on the south. The fad
that a turn is made on Main street lead
many people to believe that the depot
will be located at this point, and rumor
to thi effect have Wen in the air for
some time. The railivud will go through
Centralia with practically no grade, and
the property valuation will lie smaller
along this line than anywhere else In the
DIAMOND THIEF ARRESTED.
SEATTLE. August 11. R. 0. Blair,
wanted by the Denver police in connec
tion with a big diamond robbery in New
York City sometime ago, was arrested
hens last evening by detectives, who
found their man at the race track. One
of the men connected with the job was
arrested at Denver a day or so ago and
confessed. This man stated that he gave
some of the diamonds to Blair and the
Denver officers found that the latter had
left for Seattle, and notified the police
department here. Blair admit be knows
the man in the Denver prison, but re
fuses to give any details.
Morning Astorian, 00 cents per month
Jellvered by carrier,
Stop That Cough! ,
When a cough, a tickling or an irrita
tion in the throat makes you feel un
comfortable take Ballard's Horehound
Syrup. Don't wait until the disease has
gone beyond control. Mr. and Mrs. J.
A. Anderson, 354 West Fifth street, Salt
Lake City, Utah, write:
"We think Ballard's Horehound Syrup
the best medicine for coughs and colds.
We have used it for several years; it
always gives immediate relief, is very
pleasant and gives perfect satisfaction."
25c, 50c, $1.00. Sold by Hart's drug
First fiirl Don't vou think these bath
ing dresses make girls look shorter?
Second Girl I don't know, but they
certainly make men look longer. Ally
Acute attacks of colic and diarrhoea
come on without warning and prompt
relief must be obtained. There is no
necessity of incurring the expense of a
physician's services in such cases if
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarr
hoea Remedy is at hand. A dose of this
remedy will relieve the patient before
the doctor could arrive. It has never
been known to fail, even in the most
severe and dangerous cases and no fam
ily should be without it. For sale by
Frank Hart, leading druggist. aug
nyde Park Orator I tell yer, we're
degenerating, and the only remedy is to
get back to the land and to the food of
First Listener What food does he
mean Bill? Nuts?
Second Listener N'aw; thirties! Ally
Summer Diarrhoea in Children.
During the hot weather of the summer
months the first unnatural looseness of
a child's bowels should have immediate
attention, to as to check the disease
before it becomes serious. All that is
necessary is afew doseg of Chamberlain's
Cholic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
followed by a dose of Cantor oil to
cleanse the system. Rev, M. 0. Stock
land, pastor of the first M. E, Church of
Little Falls, Minn., writes; "We have
used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarilioea. Remedy for srfveral years
and find it a very valuable remedy, es
peclally for summer disorders' in cbtl
dren." Sold by Frank Hart, lesdlnj
RANCHERS FEAR TIMBER WOLVES.
ROSEItritfi, Ore.. August 11 A party
of surveyors returning from a trip up
the Calapotua Creek, in this county east
of Oakland .tell of the constant dread
and fear existing among the resident on
account of the great numlser of timber
wolves which have recently made their
appearance in that section. Each win
ter it seem that the wolves become
more courageous and ventiuy closer to
the homes of the residents and kill their
sheep and calves. Thee animals are
not alone the victim of the woke,
but the faithful watch and fsrm dogs
are constantly being killed off by the
woke. The ranchmen are also followed
for miles by thee brutes, and nnle
they are armed they are afraid to ven
ture far in the mountain. Ranchmen
are building wire fence to protect their
stock, and in several instance a number
of wolves have been killed inside thee
Inclosure. A desperate effort Is being
made to kill off the vicious brutes.
GETTING RIGHT OF WAY.
THE DALLES. Ore., August 11. J. !.
Van Oarsdale, special land agent for the
Salem & Falls City Railroad, is rspldly
completing the taking of the right of
way between The Dalle and Salem.
Deeds are being filed and money paid
out almost daily. However condemna
tion proceedings will have to be made in
some instances, which will perhaps de
lay the commencement of construction.
The farmers hope that this road will
equipped as on electric road, as they
prefer this on account of fire. ,
The woman who sent her little boy
to the drug store to exchange a second
hand porous plaster for a tooth-brush i
no worse than the one who pays back a
cup of borrowed sugar with a cup of
DR. GEE 10
V Who is known
throughout the United
Ifti 1 . L -1
jr'-V '"t,at9 on account oi
ia!iwShls wonderful cures.
No poisons nor drugs used. He guaran
tees to cure cataiTO, asinma, tung and
throat trouble, rheumatism, nervousness,
stomach, liver, and kidnev. female com
plaint and all chronic diseases.
SUCCESSFUL HOME TREATMENT.
If you cannot call write for symptom
blank and circular, inclosing 4 cents in
THE C. GEE WO MEDICINE CO,
1C2J First St, Corner Morrison,
Please mention the Astorian
"O SPICES, y
Absolute Purity, Finest Flavor,
V : '
Often n person is sized up by his appear
ance ; by the tone that surrounds him. And
more often a business house is sized up by
tho stationary it uses. A cheap letter
head or a poor bill head gives a mighty
poor first impression and makes business
harder to transact. Good printing costs no
more than poor printing. Tho first im
pression is half tho battle in business..
You wouldn't employ a "sloppy" sales
man; why put up with "sloppy" station
ery, that gives a wrong impression of the
importance of your business. Let us do
your printing and help you to make that
The J. S. Bellinger Go.
; ' ASTORIA, OREGON
FULL LINE OF ALL KINDS OF CARDS, CHIPS, SCORE
CARDS, ETC. CARDS AT 10c, ijc. aoc, 13c and joc PER
PACK. SPECIAL PRICES ON LARGE QUANTITIES.
FOR PRESENTATION AND PARTY USE WE HAVE
MANY DIFFERENT PACKS IN THE FAMOUS "CON
GRESS" joc CARDS. THIS WEEK WE WILL GIVE
AWAY FREE, LITTLE FOLDERS OF CARD RULES.
ETC. SEE THE SHOW WINDOW.
J. N. GRIFFIN
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FlItST CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT
Good Sample Rooms on the Ground Floor
for Commercial Men
Free Coach to the House
Bar and Billiard Room
Good Check Restaurant
THE UNION OAS ENGINE COMPANY
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,
6s-66 Front St., Portland, Ore.
C. F. WISE, Prop.
Choice Wines, Liquors
. and Cigars
Hot Lunch at all Hours
Merchants Lunch From
11:30 a. m. to 1:30 p .m.
Corner Eleventh and Commercial
SCO! BAT IRON & BRASS WORKS
IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS! LAND AND MARINE ENGINEERS
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