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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 1, 1906)
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER i, 1908.
THE WEEKLY ASTORIAN.
WHERE PEOPLE ALL GO FOR
(Spanish Sweet Peppers) Jost
the thlf for Mndwicta, sal
ade, etc Per cjlb 15c
Deep Sea Crab
PER CAN ts CENTS.
TWO FOR 15 CENTS
Sardines a la Tomate
PER CAN 10 CENTS.
Fresh Saratoga Chips
PER POUND 30 CENTS.
SOLE AGENTS FOR BAKER'S
HARRINGTON HALL STEEL COT
A. V. ALLEN'S
STATEMENT OF THE
At the closing of businees, August 25.
Loans and Discounts
Due from banks.
Cash on hand...
Capital paid in $100,000.00
Subject to check... $493,983.90
Time certificates .. 224.571.17
Demand certificates 17.828.12
Dividend unpaid... 240.00 736.623.19
IGanSell irourReal Esioieor Business
XO MATTER WHERE LOCATED
Properties and Buineei of all kinds sold
quickly for cash in all parts of the
United State. Don't wait. Write to
day describing what you hsve to sell
and give cash price on same.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY
any kind of Bu-iness 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.
TO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
LOST A BLACK LEATHER FLAT
purse, containing something over $40.
Finder leave at A-torian office and re
ceive reward of 10. 8-31-2t
CASTOR I A
lor Infants and Children.
Be Kind You Have Always Bought
, AS EASY COMFORTABLE
SHOES. NOTHING HAKES LIFE
AS UNBEARABLE AS POORLY
1 FITTING SHOES. COME TO ME
AND GET ABSOLUTE SATIS
FACTION. S. A. G1MRE
543 Bond St, 0pp. Either Broa.
Beat kind of .logging ihoesj hand
Bade; elwayi on hand.
All kind! of ihoe repairing oeatly
and quickly done.
CANS AND NELSO NIN TRIM.
GOUUIKU), Xev., Aujr. l.-Th sale
of n-nu 1'".' the !ans-Nelon fight to
day how that au enormous crowd will
witness the UtW Day battle. From
San F . 1 i.-ico. Seattle, m Angelc.
Denvr, f-alt Lake, and from Chicago
and ot :wt distant point delegations of
the sporting fraternity will 1 m hand
to e the lightweights contest for the
tiaiu i impatient for the light to
liegin, as he declares he want to "how
the pmilic what he can do at a weight
that uit him. All report from the
Can camp are to theeeeff. .X. .X. .
Cans oamp are to the effect that he i
in splendid shape. He himself say he
i in iut a good trim a he wa when
he met Joe Woleott in San FmnciM-o
when he stood the ruhe of Waleott
and landed at will on the Harbadoe
Reports from the Ne'sui .amp ay
the Dune a fit a a fiddle and is an
confident a Cans. He is said to have
bet a large amount of ready money on
himself and to have advised his friend
to take the short end.
GOLDFIELD, Au?. 31.-A telegram
from Xew York, stating that it was
reported there that the Cans-Nelson
fight wa a fake and it was arranged
for the Dane to win. caused great in
dignation here, where there is nothing
to indicate anything crooked with the
affair and the betting, with Cans the
favorite at 10 to 8. seems to show no
prearrangement. Cans himself is re
ported as betting heavily on himself,
and Larry Sullivan, bit local manager
is said to have Cans' authority to bet
his share of the purse of $10,000, on
the negro to win. Cans, it is under
stood, will be well under the weight of
133 pounds and it is reported Xolan's
discovery of this fact caused him to in
sist upon Cans weighing in with his
fighting toga and Cans, after much ar
gument, acceded to the demands of Xel
QUEEN WILHELMINA'S BIRTHDAY.
THE HAGUE. Aug. 31.-Qtieen Wil
belmina received the congratulations of
the foreign diplomats today on the oc
casion of her twenty-sixth birthday. The
observance of the anniversary was quite
general throughout Holland, though the
people have not yet recovered from the
1 gloom ea-t over the country by the
recent announcement that the joyful an
ticipation of the Queen (riving birth to
an heir to the throne had again been
Queen Wilhelmina succeeded to the
throne on the death of her father "in
1S90 and was formally inaugurated sov
ereign of the Netherlands on Sept. 6,
ISM. On Feb. 7. 1900. the young queen
married Prince H-nrv of Me. -klenhurg-Schuenn.
On twi previous oera-ions
h'r majctv has been prematurely eon-
j fined, namelv N'ovemW, P'Ol, and Sep-
lemher. lfKr-2. each time the hope of
the count rv Ix-ing disappointed. Should
the !ieen die without ntf-rping the
Hi.ii-" of "range, which ha been a-so-eiated
with Holland -im the eleventh
i-enttirv, will become euinr-t,.
ASSESSMENTS ARE LARGE.
CHICAGO. Aug. 31 .-Cook county's
asow-:neii!s on personal property
amounts t0 ?."74,8fi, ...50, full value, or
?1 74.P9.510 assessed value, according to
tirjure compiled by the clerks of the
bo.Ttd of review last night. This is by
far the largest valuation ever record
ed for the county and nn increase of
approvimntely 39 ppr cent over the re
vie.vci t a of last vear, on which
taxes were collected last spring.
The gain was due largely to the in
crcaes made upon the big estates, that
in the paht had not been scheduled, and
tn the belief of the board at anything
like their full valuatin and to the in
creases made by the reviewing body in
the personality valautions against the
The nsscssed value of the real es
tate in the county is placed at $327.
092,745, nnd the full value at $2,213,
.361375. PATHETIC LETTER,
SPOKAXE, Wash.. Aug. 31 Theodore
Thurman, who fled from Tyler, Wash.,
Sunday after killing Mark Lipseombe in
a saloon ouarrel. is believed to have
drowned himself in Fishtrap Lake. Ceo.
Bower. Thurman's son-in-law, states
that a sack containing Thurman's knife
ring, frfll and a note was given to him
by an unknown man. The note ie to
Thurman's wife, says:
"Darling Mary: By the time yon
get this I'll lie in the bottom of Fi-h
trap. There is no use of me trying to
live here. Am hungry and wet. You
know it. Good-bye for ever."
LEAVES FOR VALPARAISO.
GUAYAQUIL, Eucador, Aug. 31 The
French cruiser Catina left this port
yesterday for Valparaiso, touching ftt
Callao for coal.
NOTES FROM THE LABOR WORLD.
The annual repott of Chief latlw In
spector Davie of Illinois shows that
in twelve year the ntmilier of chil
dren employed in the State in gainful
occupation baa been reduced SO per
Arrangement are Wing made by the
Vieonin State Federation of I.abor to
mail literature explaining trade union
ism to the farmer of that State.
The 700 men employed in the Great
Western hop at Oelwein, Iowa, who
went on strike because of the discharge
of seven niembert of the simp eommit
tee, won a complete victory and all were
The letter carrier are going to lo
cate their home for aged and infirm
mail carrier at Colorado Spring, ad
joining the I'nion Printers' home.
rganUed labor of Kenton ad Camp
bell eouties, Kentucky, has e-tabli-hed
a bank at Covington.
The tabor unionist of Pittsburg are
going to erect a Labor Temple to cost
1100,000. Each union subscribing for
the stock will be entitled to one di
rector on the board.
The report presented by Secretary.
Treasurer Bmmwood to the recent con
vention of the International Typograph
ical Union at Colorado Spring! showed
that the financial transactions for the
year just ended were much larger than
those for any previous year in the his
tory o ft'ie union. This waj due chief-
It to the benefits disbursed during the
great eight -hour strike.
SELF DEFENSE ALLEGED.
MISSOULA. Aug. 31. At Sales to
night Alvin VcKinney shot nd killed
F. Flynn, a wiring man. Thtv j a
long standing quarrel and Flynn is al
lewd to have attacked McKintiev with
a knife, the latter filing in self -defense
B0X IS OPENED.
CHICAGO. Aug. 31. -The private
trong box belonging to Paul 0. Stem-
land, was pried oM'" today and found
o contain blank warrant deeds signed
liv "dummies" employed by the hank
er. A Mystery Solved.
"How to keep off periodic attacks of
biliousness and habitual constipation
was a mystery that Dr. King's Xew
Life Pills solved for me" write John X.
Pleasant of Magnolia, Ind. The only
pills that are guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction to everybody or money
refunded. Only 2.V at Charles Rogers
drug 'tore. aug
LEAVE THE CITY.
lilALYSTOK, Aug. 31. -Many 'prom-
neitt -ii:wi-h anarchists have left the
ity, emigrating t.) the f,'nit'd States.
In Self Defense
Major Hamm, editor and manager of
the Coii.stitutionali-t, Eminence, Kv
when he v.as fiercely attacked fouryear
ago by piles, bought a box of Iiucklen's
Arnica Salve, of which he says: It
cured me in ten days and no trouble
since." Quickest healer of Burns, Sores
Cuts and Wounds. 25c at Charles Rogers
drug store. aug
The Opportunity Is Here, Backed by
Don't take our word for it.
Don't depend on a stranger'! state
Read Astoria endorsement.
Read the statements of Astoria citi
And decide for yourself.
E. C. Ruland, printer, living on Astor
street, Astoria, Ore., nays: "I have
tried several guaranteed kidney cures,
but consider Doan's Kidney Pills the
best and highly recommend the remedy
to my friends. My trouble had both
ered me off and on for many years, I
had pain in the small of my back,
sharp twinges when stooping or lifting
and the aching bothered me a great
deal at night. I was tired, languid and
very nervous, but since using Doan's
Kidney PilU I have not had these ner
vous spells nor the headaches I used to
suffer from. The result! have been
greaf improvement in the condition of
the kidney secretions. Doan's Kidney
Pills have been so great a help that
I am continuing with them, and feel
lure of relief whenever suffering from
For sale bv all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
Xew York, sole agenti for the United
Remember the name Doan'! and
take no other.
NORWEGIAN M. E. CHURCH.
The pastor will preach at 11
and 8 p. tit. Sunday school at 10 a, in.
LUTHER LEAGUE CONVENTION
ATKI.I.. Kims.. Aug, 31, With a
large and representative attendance the
Kansa Conference Luther League lie
pin lt fourth annual eovetlo hetv to
day to continue until Monday. Frank
Nelson of Und-horg, is the presiding
officer. The League Include the wink
of the Swedish Lutheran voting people
in Tejtas, Colorado and Kansas.
NEGROES AS BANKERS.
ATLANTA. .. Aug .31. -Today'
ions of the National Negro Husiness
1-eague conference were devoted chiet
lv to a discu-sion of various banking
problem by representative of the nc
gro luink of the country. The confer
em iione to a close thi rvenim;.
FOGG FAMILY REUNION.
PORTSMOUTH. X. II., Aug. 91,-Tliej
Hfth annual reunion of the Fogg Kam- j
ily assm-ialion of America was held to j
day at Hampton Heach. Veveral huii- j
died were in attendance, including
number from distant places, Samuel:,
Fogg, the progenitor of the family, set-!
tied in Hampton in the early paK of!
the seventeenth ceuturv. J
Morning wor-htp, 11 o'. lm-L, "The N'i
lure ,,f Authority." Evening worship at
A o'clock. "As tlther See I's. Sumlm'
-cho at IMV Y. 1'. S. C. K. t 7
At Grace Church Sunday services a
f,il!ivH: t'elebmtion of the Holy Com- '
munion at II a. m. and the e,ind srr- 1
ice at 4 p. m. with addre to the Inn- j
ioe Auviliary, tt) the Hoard of Mi-lon
and the Sacrament cl Holy Haptisni.
.. .. ARRIVES IX SAFETY.
VICTOR! . Aug. 31. The German
hark I.i"eth, which put into San IV
dto, diiring T 11 !v . '11 distress, badly ,
strainc' end leak'nj and with sails j
mrsing. mrived in Voyal RoaiU lust
nilit Tie' vee) will be docked at 1
Oipiimal for repiilr.
WILL ASSIST STEAMER. j
KIXGSTOV, Aug 31. The wrecking
steamer Premier sailed la-t night for
the r,uth coast of Cuba to asitt t '..r
steamer America, which 1 hore there ,
IONJmiV, Aug 31. Iliit. the York
shire rrickster, plaing at Scarborough
yeiterdav, completed the season' ec I
.0,1 by scoring runs, taking twoj
The theme of the sernm'ts to be ;
preached at the Baptist enure
are, "The Completed Work of Sal
vation." nnd "N'atural and Spiritual
liliil'lne,-." All other regular services
,f the ehuM-h will be observed as usual.
Strangers cordially invited to nttend.
FEAR GRAVE FAMINE.
LONDON, Aug. .11. The correspond
ent at Calcutta of the Tribune report
that heavy flood in Hengnl and East
ern Bengal following a poor harvest arc
causing a grave famine In both pro
ORDNANCE FACTORY FOR CANADA.
QTERKC, Aug. 31. Sir Frederick
Borden, Canadian minister of militia nnd
lefense, accompanied by Lady Borden,
is boked for pas-age on the steamship
Victorian sailing today. Whit" In Eng
land be will confer with representatives
of the ordnance company who desire to
establish a factory In Canada.
NOTICE TO MILK CONSUMERS.
The undersigned milk men of Astoria,
hereby notify our customers and the
general public, that beginning Septem
ber 1, 1906, the price of milk will be
restored to its former rale, ae foi'o':
Single quart $0-07
1 pt, daily per month 1.25
1 qt. daily per month 2.00
2 qt. daily per month 3.75
1 gal. daily per month 0.7G
All intermediate measurement at per
Acme Dairy Co., successors Sloop
Jeffers Co. A K. F. Johnson Co.
Hennlngson k Son
A. Hess k Co.
Dean k Foote.
J. W. Rcith.
Numberg k Bartoldus.
J. Erickson. fl-26-5t.
ARE YOU GOING TO PAINT
PAINTING IS ALWAYS EXPENSIVE AND YOU WANT TO
HAVE IT DONE AS CHEAPLY AS POSSIBLE. WHERE ARK
YOU GOING TO ECONOMIZE? BY BUYING A CHEAP PAINT
AND SAVING A TRIPLE IN THE BEGINNING OR BY USIN0
Patton's Sun-Proof Paint
WHICH LOOKS BETTER AND LASTS LONGER.
B. F. ALLEN S SON
J. Q. A. BOWLBY. President.
O. I. PKTF.lUiON'. Vice-President.
Astoria Savings Bank
Capital hud in IKW.ooo, Hurpius and Cudirldvd I'mltu immijf,
Truutii a Ueneral hmikln tlu.ium, Intern! I'ald oa Time fewii
P. A. B0RCHERT. Ptop.
PARKER HOUSE BAR
CHOICE WINES. LIQUORS
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Good Sample Rooms on the Ground Floor
for Commercial Men
SCO! BAY IRON
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C. F. WISE, Prop.
Choice Winsi, Liquors
Hot Lunch at U Houn
Corner Eleventh and Commercial
Often a person is sized up by his appear
ance; by the tone that surrounds him. And
more often a business house is sized up by
the 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. The first im
pression is half the 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. DellingerGo.
J. W. OAKNKR. Assistant Cssb'.er.
AKTOrtlAi ORCQUrs V
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D. J. CUMMINS, Mgr.
9th and Astor
II. II. PARKER.
E. P. PARKER,
FIRST CUSS IS EVERY RESPECT
Free Coach to the Bouse
Bar and Billiard Room 1
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LAND AND MARINE ENGINEERS
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Merchanti Lunch From
11:30 a. m. to 1:30 P .m.