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FRIDAY, JANUARY 28 1907.
THE M01WING ASTOItlAN, , STOMA, ORKGON.
WEST SIDE NEWS
Daily Happenings at Warrenton, Seaside, Hammond
and Fort Stevens.
WARRKNTOX, Jiin. 54 K, H. Mc
Ilrny, manager of the OM (rcgn Mill",
returned frm IMthmd yistndiy
morning and iitt went to that illy
1. U Kelly has jittir-Jjs"'.) the lum
ber and wood yard al Seaside tf Ui'
Astoria Lumber ! I'" Company. II
I probable that Mr. Ki-lly "III ll
continue lh box liu-diies but will
opcrntu the other department of Ui
Tho shingle weavers 'tn.loyc.J by
lite 1). U Kelly l.uml.or Company
went on strike last nlKhl. claiming Unit
on account of poor Umber they wrr?
uimblo to make wages. Seven mn
went out. tmt Mr. Kelly snys that
tholr place will be filled within t
Mm, Sadie Cummlng who U em
ployed at the m house of the D, L.
Kelly Lumber Company, wan bitten
thin morning by a dog belonging to
O. lltghbloon. wntchmnn ft! the Old
OroHon Mills. The boast fastened
hi fangs In Mrs, dimming' hip. lit
flirting a painful Injury.
WHIInm I.e. who
these columns a prise of $! for the
best two apple raised In Clntsoj
county, now offer a second prise of
12.60 for the second bout pnlr of ap
ple, all sample of fruit to bo pro
aented at the saloon of Jacob Boss
hart. Clyde Fair, eon of tho chief engi
neer at the Old Oregon mill. I se
riously ill with Inftuenia,
Albert Stewart Injured his wrist yes
terday while working In Kelly's shin
11. J. Thomas sprained his ankle
yesterday while working In the Kelly
Miss Olive MoCreedlo Is one of the
ninny who are suffering from rolils.
Mrs. Snyder Is miff "ring from an
tack of grippe.
D. L. Kelly whs a visitor In Seaside
FEACIDI3, Jan. 24. The Columbia
Woolen Mills of Portland han estab
lished a binnch store at Uriglu and
FLAVKU Jan. !4. The bark lllg
Ilonanxa, which was cm adrift during
a severe storm by the tug Samson,
and which put back to San Francis
co, under her own nail", arrived at
the Flavel wharf yesterday. She Is
chartered to carry two loads to San
Pedro after which she Is - clielulcd to
go to Alaska. H Is posdlU that the
necond trip !U be abandoned In ol
der to make the northern trip.
Medicine for Children,
In buying a cough medicine for
children, neyrr be afraid to buy Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy. There Is no
dar.ger from It, and relief Is always
sure to follow. It 1 Intended espe
cially for coughs, colds, croup and
whooping cough, snd there Is no bet
ter medicine In the world for these
di erases. It 1 not only a certain cure
for croup, but, when given as soon as
the croupy cough appears, will pre
vent th attack. Whooping cough Is
not dangerous when this remedy Is
given as directed. It contains no oplura
cr other harmful drug, and may be
(riven as confidently to A baby as to
in adult. For sale by Frank Hart and
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
Cuits Ooid CKctJ sod Wl.ocping Cough.
Tearful Tale of How His Planks
Were Pilfered by Teddy.
TRIED TO TROT IN FAST BUNCH
Vilitt Cir with Copy of Commoner
in Pocket, Which it Suppremed
by Guard Call on Th
through. The Klder left tills mopl
Many years ago there was H man
named Hilly Hryan who spoke from
!he Chest and wore his hair long. For
a long time h played In u Hush
league mid took Medals for Speaking
Pieces ut tho Meetings of tho Corn
llu kcis down In Nebiasky. Hill dis
covered Kaily that hu hud a Voice
that would Carrv three times. Hill
discovered Karly that he had a Nerve
lies: toying Pang against the llarn
Uoor. Ho could call the Hired Hands
to dinner without Moving from his
Tracks, and he hud no use Whatever
for the Ung Ulst-ince Telephone.
After a while Hilly nnnouneed that
he wanted to Trot In Fast Company,
and he whs allowed to Pitch a couple
of (James for the National League,
In his first game, whtchr Is described
at liength In hl book called the First
Iluttle, the Score was Sixteen to On
In favor of the Other Side. Billy de
cided that It was one' of the Things
which should be Borne with Cheerful
Resignation and went back Home to
Nebrasky to limber up hi Voice and
Practice a few more curve for ffc
In the next (Same, the Opposition
was Head Next to his Delivery and
they Simply walked Home. Hilly was
Long on Theory but ids Technique
was Rotten, !o he went back Home
again and became a Recluse. He edit
ed a Paper which ho read carefully (i
Himself and began making Crack
-iliout the Hum Way In whkh l! '
Republican party was running thing-.
Al er many years Hilly o: ce more b-'-gan
to see n Sixteen-to-one llnin,:
In the Chmls of Adversity that ov
erhung his Wh klup and he decided 10
"Put ut the Fire hi the Kltche 1
stove," he tells his wife, "and whist.l
for the lotf. We're goln to take a
f,w- Hike'; Into the Homes of the
Famous to see how they are gettla
The next day Hilly started Around
the World. His ticket called for a
Step-over at the Philippines, so that
he would have an opportunity to se:
tho Mismanagement of the Republlca 1
Party in our Insular possessions. Af
ter staying fifteen Minutes at ManHi,
he went to Toklo and saw the Mikado.
He informed the F.mperor that he was
the I.oKh-al Candidate for Mikado if
the t'nlted States two Times, but thai
the enemy had Tipped off his signal."
and he was Hatted out of the Pox each
Time. The Mikado sai l he was sorry.
hut not to l.et u happen Again.
The n he Wont to India where h '
saw that the time was ripe for a bl;:
Political Fiheaval. He (old the Ma
harajah of Helm: that if he helro-1
Mtm to ne.-oM,, jv;-.-vn of ian i.m
ho would Free India from tho Mercen
ary F.ngllsh. "Wc can't can the sue:
ent Kahn of Kan-Kan," replied Maha
rajah, being fond of Allilerallon, and
so Hilly went away. Then he Casual
ly Dropped In on the Czar of Russia
to ask him how he liked the Spring
Styles In infernal Machines. When
Hilly walked Into the Presence of the
Czar, Nicholas had him Searched be
cause he had heard that over here In
the rutted States Hilly had been called
an Anarchist. Hilly had one F.dltlon
of the Commoner In his pocket which
was promptly Suppressed by tho Pal
Then Hilly Cabled home to have his
Knee breeches sent to him at London
so that ho could Call on King F.dward
the Seven Spot, fpon arriving at the
Court of St, James, Hilly learned that
his lxmg Suit, which was a Prince Al
bert, was Oreatly In Vogue so be
broke Into the Presence of the King
without much ado. Tho only drawback
BILLY BRYAN ABROAD
!.. his Costume was (hilt It Bulged .It
the Breast, whcie he had been In the
Habit of pl.olHK id- IsH Hand when
spooking pleie a; Home. He assured
tho King with groat Suavity that hack
hi the Slates he whs one or Hie I nee
card himif. and Admonished .w
Iill't'l il Tallnen not to feel abashed
In his Presence, The King Mid he
Wouldn't, and so tile meeting ended
When Hilly go! li.u k Home he Dis
covered lh.it n Mun named Roosevelt
had taken all the Hood things from
the DetuorraUoplatfortn and hid put
them Into operation. Hilly let out ttt
Awful Holler about this and said that
ho had been diverted or his last Hop...
"There's nothing left for me to Hun
on the next Time I Chasseo out for the
President, v." he -aid with his Voice
full of S-ibs. "There won't be any
Trusts left for me to Hint when (Id
Man gets done."
Then Hilly, following the advice ex
pressed In a Well Known Western
Proverb, which runs like this; "Life
o nslnts Not o Much In Playing a
Hood bund as In Playing n Poor H ind
well," went on the Lecture Platform.
"I'd like fii See Homebody Take this
Platform," he said, ns he started out.
Moral - When you have a c,.i d
Thing, get It Copyrighted.-Mls.oula
CATARRH CROWING LESS.
to the Use of Hyomei Cures
Without Stomach Dosing.
Inquiry nt the lo.al drug s'ors
shows that the sale of remedies for
latarrh has decreased very mu.:n In
tho last year. Some medicines which
were formerly bought a gross at a tlive
are now purchased In half dozen Jo'
and are rarely called for,
There Is one no'.abl' exception to
this decrease In sale, and that Is
Hyomel. This remedy Is. In fact.
sponsible for the decrease In sale of
catarrh medicines, its It has mad so
many cures of catarrhal troubles th.it
naturally there is much less demand
for remedies for that disease.
People who have been trying dif
ft rent medicines for catarrh for many
years were Induced to begin the use
of Hyomel by T. F. Laurln's guar
antee that the me.lulne would co-t
nothing unless cured. Much to t'ndr
siirprl e, they found that Hyouvl 1 !
what It eli.lnvd (If ii d:d not T. F.
l.aurln could not sell It under this
guarantee), and they soon became 1
dent advocates of the use of Hyomei
There Is no disagreeable stonn
dos'ng with Hyomel; It Is used '
l!ng breathed through a neat po ;et
Inhaler. The complete outfit co-ts but
one dollar, extra bottle"-', If need-'d.
With every Hyomel outfit T. F.
l.aurln gives his personal guarantee
that the money will be refunded un
less the treatment cures, so that you
run no risk at all in buying this re
Scheme Similar to That Adopted
Tiller Around Chicago.
ALBANY. Ore., Jan. CI. A farm
ers' tru-t, a union of tillers of the
soil for self-proti etlnn. is the novel
scheme proposed l.y (Source I.. Suth
, 1 land, a, farmer llvlnc !K".r Thomas,
Linn cotm'y. Kvery o:her craft mi
earth has a union, he says and nil
tloeee (he farmer, en whom, he argues,
a'l are really dependent, and It Is
time the fanners oriranWe -i trust, too.
In a circular letter he has Issued,
Su'hcriand submits a union scale of
prices for products of the firm and
asks the farmers of Linn county to
Among the plans of the proposed
trust, ns Sutherland has framed them,
are the establishment of union stores,
co-operative blacksmith shops, and
farmers' grist mills.
Bsd Stomach Trouble Cured.
Having been sick for the past two
two years with a bad stomach, a friend
gave me a dose of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. They did
me so much good that I bought a bot
tle of them and have used twelve bot
tles In all. Today I am well of a
bad stomach trouble. Mrs. John Lowe,
Cooper, Maine. These tablets are for
sale by Frank Hart and leading drug
gist. Morning Astorlan, 60 cents a month.
delivered by carrier.
WANT1CD A 8KAM8TRK8S
plain and fancy sewing, also
C1RL WANTF.D-Ml'ST HK A tlnoD
cook; good wages to right party,
Apply nt Astori.ui cftlce. 31
CIRL WANTF.D 1M M Kl HATKLY. IN
qulro of Mrs. Joe Brown, 1st Tth S-..
AGENTS CANVASSERS, MIXERS,
peddlers, solicitors, mall order teo
ple, etc.. should buy KRAMER'S
BOOK OF TRADE SECRETS. Regu
lar p ice 15, but bad. of last edition
for tl.25 ss long as they last. Guar
anteed. Order quick. Sioux Tub, Co.,
Sutherland, Iowa, ll-!5-tf
WANTF.IV--SAI KSMKN. MANY MAKE
f 100 to $150 per month. Some even
nore. Stock clean j grown on Reser
vation, far from old orchards. Cash
advanced weekly. Choice of territory.
Addres Washington Nursery Company,
Toppenish, Washington." 9 25-if
WANTEO-TWO GOOD 8UB8CRIP
Hon solicitors to work. First class
proposition, good pay. Apply Astorlan
FOR RENT THE RESIDENCE OP
Mrs. W. 8. Kinney. Address No,
67, care Astorlan. 1-I1 .'
W A N T E D J E N T L E M A N" R LAD'.'
of fair education to travel for M.v
cnntlle Houso of large capital. Tor
rltory at home or abroad to sui'.
Weekly salary of Il.U'H) per year awl
expenses. Address, with flump, Jo
seph A. Alexander, Astoria, Ore.
WHALE AMBER. MADE IN NOR
way. guaranteed finest shoo dress
ing out. Vour dealer handles It. Al
fred Andresen & Co., Minneapolis,
FRESH MILK COWS FOR SALE A.
Long-den, Warrenton, Ore. 6t
LOST AND FOUND.
tails. Finder return to this oltlis
and receive reward. 1-24-M
LOST LADY'S HACK HAIR COMB:
gold mounted. Finder return to this
utile,, and receive reward. 1-24 3
L 1ST - LADY'S BACK HAIR COMB:
Kohl mounted. Under return to thl.i
VuCAL CULTURE-MISS GRACE
Itannel will give Instruction In tone
production. Coaching In classical
somrs and ballads. 144 Duane street.
Phono Red 2091.
Notice of Annual Meeting of stock
holders of the Union Fishermen's Co
operative Packing Company.
Notice Is hereby given that the an
nual meeting of the Union Fishermen's
Co-operative Packing Company will
be held according to tlf by-laws of
said corporation, and at the hall of the
Columbia River Fishermen's Protec
tive Union. In Astoria, Oregon, on
Monday, January 28, 1907, at 1 o'clock
j,, m. CHARLES WTLFON. Pref.
Attest: FRANS KANKKONEN,
certainly smashed a bole In the bar
rooms Of Kansas, but Ballard's Hore
bound 8yrup has smashed all records
as a cure (or coughs. Bronchitis, In
fluent and all Pulmonary diseases. T.
C, H Horton, Kansas, writes: 1
cave never found a medicine that
would cure a cough so quickly as Bal
lard's Horehound Syrup. I have used
It for years." Hart's drug store.
ITTI.B Bister Wtlkerson
Was hnndy with the needle,
Tucks and darts and hems and
She certainly could wheedle.
Out of, Into, any ifoods,
She always dressed most
Brother Wllkerson, he died.
Pneumonia rather hastyl
All the sisters of her church
Kxchanvetl surprise and wonder,
As to how sho'd get along,
She got along by thunder'
Went to live In Want-Advllle,
Where seamstresses wore wanted.
Never once by poverty
Was Utile Sister haunted.
Advertise In The Morning Atorlan,
PR. FLSSIONAL CARD.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
HOWARD M. OROWNELU
Office with Mr. J. A. Eakin, at Ne. 426
Commercial $1, Astorls.
WANTED TIIKKK Ml'SIC ITl'Il.H.
ltniilr at Astorian offli.
MAS' Dm. IN I.KSSONS HIVKN-MIUS,
C. I). Hlewi-rt, 127 Seventh street.
THE LI YDS.
Rooms with or without boards
rate reasonable; good aceora
mwlatlon for tranaienU. Uth
OSTEOPATH 1 8TS,
PI. RE0DA C. HICKS
Office MnnsKi, Bid. Phone Black 1011 '
H7t Commercial St- Astoria, Ore, i
f. - 1 ;.,. :. ....b,, onWnJT riift n,
for l.)c, nice cake, collee, pio, or,
.ImiglinuU, 5c, at U. S. Rotaur-
h ' '
Hilt. 43 1 Boilfl St
JAPANESE FIXINGS, MADE OF BAM
BOO, LIGHT, STRONG, HAND
MADE, TABLES, STANDS, CHAIRS,
WHAT-NOTS, BOOKCASES, SHELV
125 Commercial fit., Astoria.
FREDKKCKSON BROS.-We make
specialty of house moving, carpenters,
contractors, general jobbing; prompt at
tention to ail orders. Corner Tenth snd
BUTTON HOLE AT THE BACK.
Your experience with It lias no doubt
lead to much vexation, possibly pro
fanity. Broke your fingernail trying to
pry it up from the neck band, eh!
Ycm won't have that that experience li
you send your shirts to us; we save yoo
this trouble, snd danger of tearing the
shirt. Try us ,d
Tenth and Duane Sts. Phone 1991
MEW AND WOMEN.
l Lhiirt,lnAani 'nations,
Irrllnlluiia o iiliirtloB
of in 11 mi us mmurn.
IY,ala liuiiilna. i.iiI,um. anrf II0( SltrlB-
Brill I VKHSClSMIOAl til. guilt of inlinu,
MNIMII.O Slwld hj lrsslS,
.. MfT or nt In plln rPI".
It kiii.m. r-ror-si-i. M-
Ml lul .... . l.Mlll S2.7B.
J I lil!iJ
BSS n.,l la awiatur.
WINES, LIQUORS AND CXOAIS.
Popular Coneert Hall. 1
flood muale. All are welcome, Oet
ner Seventh and Astor.
416 BOND IT,
A "TORI A, OfiJtOOi
Carries the Finest Line of
CALL AND SEE US
Eagle Concert Hall
1.120 AaUir Nt.
The lesding siMUst-iiiunt house,
Agency for Klisun Phonographs asd
(Sold Moutdeil Reeolda.
I'. A. I'CTIH()N, rros.
on draught snd In bottles
Rretrot amlrr Military cnnitltloiu asd
prolyl. y skrI tlht bn In Aslotia.
NO MATT Kit WHERE IXXUTFJ)
rropertles snd Huineas of all kinds sold
lrk, for wh it, rU of tu
y"'1 1 w,it; Wri,u u:
day deacriUnjr what you have to sell
K1 ! urlce on same.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY
any kind of Bulnea or Real Estate
anywhere, st any price, writs ms your
requirements. I can save you time tad
DAVID D. TAFP,
THE LAND MAN
4S Kansas Avenue.
Fjhisu Building, Astoria. Oregon.
Dr. C. LOGAN
7rt Ooinranrcml St., Hhannhan Building
No foe charged nn
leu collection i
made. We make col
lection in all parti
of the United Statea
413 Kansas Ave.
ANTHONY P. WILSON, Attorney
Finest Hotel In the Northwest
J. - GILBAUQH A COH
Undertaker and Embalmera.
Phone Mstn illl. Cor. H and Duane.
! i mi yi tei m Business