The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930, June 26, 1907, Page 5, Image 5

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    WEDNESDAY, JUNE S, 1907.
THE MORNING klSTOIlIAN, ASTOHIA, OREGON.
5
IT MAS NO EQUAL
"LOG CABIN FLOUR"
IS THE BEST FOR EVERY NEED
" , ,
A good hard wheat flour that goes farther
and makes better bread and pastry than
the kind you thought was best. Try a
sack on your next order.
ROSS, HIQOINS & CO.
Th Leading Qroeer
MANAGER WIIYTIIE
RETURNED
m mis i 1 1!
Pellcs Court
- On drunk, flrifd t5 or two
jail, w the extent of Hi grind
Hilir eourt yesterday.
A
To B Nilorlli4-
Tb nnturwIixNtlon of Anton 8orenen
will be con.ldcred on September 84,
rutwiil Ytrdy
To Wd-
Herbert M. llronforil, formerly
Wll Kliown AMiinuii, 11 id marry
Mi Lillian Grace KILworlU of l'ort-
land. Tli1 lle w Wued in Portland
on Monday. Mr, Hrmiford U now lo
cated at Hunt b ltfiut where he U inter
etd tn oj ate culture.
R-palnt4
The utile of Miown A McCabe 011
Hon4 street are being repainted and
generally BW op under the snpervL
Ion of Captain Jhion. Cliliiamen r
Fiib-
It i generally reported thnt the liil
run of flh In the river at the flrt and
lat part of the pt (k ha dropped
again. The lant two day have wen
marked diminution in the nut. Iteport
from up the river art about the name
and no great uuantlty of fih has been
noticed.
Funeral Yesterday
Yesterday afternoon funeral crvic
were held ver the late Mi Itof
hloiey of Hcaniile. The ceremony wa
Informed t William l'ohl's tiudertak
lull parlor, the lie v. C. C. Karhk olll
iating. The Interment took place 1
tireenviood cemetery.
New Reidnct
Kmil rluilerg i alxitit to Imlld
new rc.ldcnc oil Irving between Eight n
and Ninth trcet. The houa wjll be
t !nit.uK)i1y modem in hery detail ami
ll be extremely htindtome in appear
a nee when completed, Mr. Ilmberg
purchased the lt of hl new home from
at work wrtibblng out on the Inside and Mer. Finlnyon A Ward, the well
painter are buy outide, and th oMcc
wilt oon hove their utuuier appear
pea 1 sine.
Ptopwty Sale
Cblei of Folic Cm mm I oId but one
piece of the property, taken In by the
city two yarn ago) at the le held ye
eterday n the tcp of the City IUH.
An absence of bidder na the mils of
the pot)Minemenl, the ale will I con.
timied every morning t 10 o'clock un
til the property i all disposed of.
Street Cootractot
The Chamber of Commerce yesteidty
received a letter from a contractor giv
ing bl name Sprinkle, of Portland,
Indiana, saying that he had bad a great
amount of experience lu treet work and
Wd Jor the particular, of the work
to I done here. If the local condition
are atlfactory he will no doubt local
here at an early date.
Sand-Lima Brick
The American Clay Machinery Com
pany, of Wilhntghby, Ohio, ha written
to the Chamber of Commerce and offer
to Install one of their plant for mak
ing aiid llino brick. The company pro
pone to Install the plant and niiinufnc
tare 100,WH) of the brick and then turn
tli running plant over to the local
people,
known real estate men.
Newt From AUk
The Alak Flhermen' Packing Com
pany received letter from their agent
in Alaska, Mr. P. A. Jtergtund. yesterday
morning, The letter aitnortced the afe
nrrival of the steamer N'orth Sea on
the morning of May (llh and of the
company ihip John Currier on May
8th. Everybody I reported afe and
well. There I every Indication of
mot uccessfiil season.
Utlni Everything
The improved ervtc to be given on
the A. K, H R. call into aerviee
everything In the wysof rolling tock
which the company b at It dlpowl
F.ven the- locomotives which h
been doing clutv a a uit-h emiine will
have to g on a regular run. Mr. Ma
gulie I now trying to purchase a new
twitch engine to take it place.
Retain Counsel
In the cae of the State of Oregon v.
J. II. Bowlby the slayer of Cleve den
ning, the defendant ha retained a hi
- coutinel, Judge Winton and Howard M.
Ilrowncll. The defendant la now await
sjiig hi preliminary hearing before Judge
.jVTioodman. Th hearing will probably be
' held in a few day, and it i doubtful if
the, pwiM-cutlon will try very hard to
hold the prUoner,
County Court
The county court held a eion yen
(relay, The buine before the court
w bid for the Improvement of the
Iwl A Clark road. Tlie opening of
the bid wa deferred till July 15th
tn the cane of Lawler and Lancaatcr
who made application for a return of
money paid by them for a plot of land
"ld t the dend hore auction, the ap
plication wa refused. The deputy di-
trlct attorney advised that the court
had no power to refund monev. The
court adjourned to inspect the work on
the Warrenton road.
I-et u eat, drink and b merry,
With never a thought of ache or pain
I-et id forget every orrow that might
lie,
For we (till have Rocky Mountain Tea.
Frank Hart.
paMOBWMaMawHtMMW
HERE'S THE POINT
We tand back of everything we
tell. If it i not right we will
make it right.
You ean't afford to overlook thi
modern up-to-date (tore.
Fresh Fruit
and Vegetables
Received Every Morning Direct
from the Growers
Scholfield. Mattson Co.,
Good Good and Good Service.
CONFERENCE WITH PRESIDENT
ELLIOTT NEW BOAT ON THE
ASTORIA AND COOS BAY RUN
0HER IMPORTANT NEWS.
Manager Whyte of the Chamber of
Commerce Im returned to th city after
an abcnc of neveral day during
which time he hi U-en buily engaged
In ion. iilUlliin with the Nuitlieiti 1'-
cillc olliiflul, ut tending the Oregon le-
veli'puii'iit League Convention in Port
bind and in working out dvertiiif.-
prohlem In the Chapman AdvertUing
Agency ut Portland.
i cuiifcreiico with I'tenideiit Klliott
of the Xoitliern Pacific, Vlcl'reidciit
Levey and Cent-mi Mamiger Kutt of
the Western oh Ulon, wa a U'iie
tory a could I llicd and in a hnrt
time a Hiblv tint promotion will get
together end dlmii the detail and
work the matter out into a concrete
written form when it will be laid before
the proper olllciu.1 of the railroad com
pany BcconKng to Mr. Elliott' direo
tiou, for their tudy end dlpoition
Mr. Whyte while away, together will
other, organized a 3,0IHI,J0 orchard
company with control 30,000 acre of
the Bnet apple bind iu the ltogui'
Hivvr. .MiiiwL'i-r Tom I!ichardon of the
1'oHlund Commercial Club will be con
nected with thi new company. While
the Oregon Development League Couvcii
lion wa iu eion lu Portland Mr.
Itii'lmidooti biiiiouiic4 that he would
oon relgn from hi work to devote all
of hi time to hi private buine in
terest. Hi friend for ome time pt
have known that theae were becoming
very large.
I he uwnagrr wa very entliuiatie
over hi trip and the conference with
I'ic.idciil Wliott. "I believe we are now
In a good position to put AtorIa to the
very forefront and up in the top
notche," be oaid. "The luteret 0
Astoria ale in the very beat of band
while they are being tonldcred by the
Ohumber' Promotion Committee, and
due thought and attention will be giv
en to the opportunity which President
Klliott ha granted Astoria to lake
pfwition in eonniierc) and trade not even
econd to that now enjoyed by vPort
land."
While In Portland Mr. Whyte pent
considerable time with the Chapman
AuvertNiig Agenoy working out the
final detail of the launching of Antorta'i
advertising rampiilgn. The tk of
ilaclng this advertising ha proven con-
iderably hirger than the agency flrt
anticipated and a a re-mlt the adver
ting ha not jet got a tnrt. Mr.
hapumn thiuks it will begin thi week.
Come to Astoria's 4th of July Celebration.
A Piano Number free With Each $5 Purchase.
Pxtky HippopotamuttAcfve,
You aitx'tr got no caret!
Ypu don't have to worry bovt
Th Hinds of things yoa vretts.
DONE BY DEED.
S
A. II. Cyril to Klirabeth M.
Scully a strip of hind 0 feet iu width
IT the south end of lot 1 and 2,
block 811. McClure' Astoria 125
A Matter of Taste
The Hippo can wear any old kind of clothes and
nobody cares. He can wear the old fashioned style
of hide, and he only scares youngsters
BUT, You'r no Hippopotamus.
ARE YOU?
Hence.be careful that you wear only new,
stylish CLOTHES, kept free from dust and moths in
a first class shop where LIGHT KILLS GERMS
The lightest, brightest Clothes Shop.
Whose? Whose? Whose?
Why, everybody knows that
HERMAN
WISE
You cant look foolish when you wear a Wise Suit.
BUSY AT THE OPERA
HOUSE
PUPILS OF THE HIGH SCHOOL AND
EIGHTH GRADE OF THE WARD
SCHOOLS TO HOLD CLOSING EXERCISES.
Wit" ITazel Davie
Instrumental nolo. ... . . .Kthel Ellsworth
Eiay, "The Mirror".... H. Frederickn
Address to Class. .Rev. V. S. Gilbert
Presentation of Diplomas... .J. A. Eakin
"A May Song" Cirl of Adair School
Flower.
EASTERN EXCURSIONS.
Vi the Canadian Pacific.
The next dnte of aule for upccinl
excuralon tickets to eaatem point an
July 3rd, 4th, 6th. Make your reserva
tiona now. Apply at the local office
for full particular regarding rate, top.
over, routes, etc.
TROOPS FOR SEASIDE
, AND FORTS
For a
VICTOR OR AN EDISON
PHONOGRAPH
goto
Johnson Phonograph Co,
Parlor Seoond Floor ever SoholfUld A Matteon Co.
TROOPS ALLOTTED FOR ARTILLERY
AND COAST DEFENSE MANEU
VERS AND FOR CAMP AT SEASIDE
The deposition of the Oregon Nation
al Guard for thi summer's encampment,
no far as concern local points a an
nounced by Colonel Finger is as .follow:
Seaside, Julj 8 to 111, Companies D. E.
I'", H, I and L, Thirtieth Infimtry. Sep.
arnte Company G and the Hospital
Copps.
, 1'ort Stevens, Wash., July 0 to 13
Companies A, C anil K, of the Third In-fantrj-
and Companies A and C sepa
rate battalion.
Fort Columbia, Or., July, 6 to 15
Companies B and M, Third Infantry.
Seaside, August 6 to 14 First Bat
tery of Field Artillery. This period will
be devoted to artillery 'target practice.
Lieutenant-Colonel Poorman will
command the Oregon troops in the coast
defense maneuvers, Colonel McDonnell,
will be in command of the Infantry at(
Seaside and Captain Welch will com
mand the battery camp. ' I
The Fifteenth Annual Commencement
exercises of the Astoria High School
will be held in the Opera House this
eveuiug when the following excellent
program will be presented:
Program, Part L
Overture High School Orchestra
Invocation Rev. V. S. Gilbert
Salutory,."The Integrity of Home
less Nation"... Harvey A. AJlen
Vocal solo, "Lorraine, Lorraine,
Loree" (Capel) . . . .Mr. Claire Montieth
Oration, "Illustrious Roll-call of
HtlMi" A. Hamilton Garner
Oration, ''The Struggles of an Op
pressed Nation" Mary C. Clark
Part II.
Oration, "Otto Von Disuuuvk".. P. Tagg
Chorus, "Soldiers' Chorus From
Faust" Mixed Voices
Valedictory, "Blind in the Midst of
Beauty" , Mary A. Adair
Addre-s to Graduates. .J. C. Kavanaugh
Solo Mr. Chile Montieth
(a) "A May Morning" Dena
(b) "Summer Kain".'. Willeby
(c) "Were My Song With Wings
Provided" Hahn
Presentation of Class I. N. Carman
Conferring of Diplomas....,!. E. Higgins
Selection Hk'h School Orchestra
Presentation of Flowers to Class
Music under direction of Miss Elmore.
This afternoon the stage will be held
by the pupil of the eighth grade of the
Ward schools who will submit another
interesting jirograiu as follows:
Instrumental .solo Annie Larsen
Essay, "Education in America," A. Wright
Essay, "Commerce" Slyvester Clark
Instrumental solo Edna Kaboth
Essay, "Guard the Flag".,..F. Berglund
Essa, "The SwiUerland of America"
Ruth Bivmner
Vocal solo. . . , , , Viola Lash
Essay, "American Heroes," M. MeCulloch
Essay, "Modern Inventions". .. .A. Allen
Essay, "Oregon Scenery". . .Viola Mapes
Piano solo, ..... , Fannie Berglund
Essay, "Along the Wharves". . ,B. Wilde
Essay, "Countries I Should Like to
Tetter Cured.
A lady customer of ours had suffered
witn tetter for two or three years. It
got o bad on her hand that the could
iiot attend to her household dutie. One
tox of Chamberlain' Salve cured her.
Chamberlain' medicine giro splendid
satisfaction la thi community. M. H.
Rodney k Co Almond, Akv Chamber
lain' medicines are for sale by Frank
Hart and Leading Druggist.
Ancient Sou
la now merely memory of Ua puL
Ballard's Snow Liniment is the fssnfy
liniment of th twentieth century. A
poeftire cure for Rheumatann, Ben
Cuts, Sprains, Neuralgia, ate. Mr. G.
H. Runyon, Stanberry, Mo, writes,
bare used Snow liniment for Rtautav
tUm and all pain. I east My ojk
in it praise." Sold by Hart's Drag
Store,
Marshmallow Sundae
Something New
Ice Cream....
Made from Pure Sweet
Cream, 30c. Quart.
Whipped Cream
25 Cents a Quart
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