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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (June 29, 1907)
SATURDAY, JUNE o, 1907.
THE MORNING ASTORIAN, ASTOItlA, OREGON.
, IT HAS NO liQUAL
"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, HIGGINS & CO.
Th (.ding Qrooora
IERSE TILES OF: IHE 10WN
, County Clerk Clinton lud a mar
riage license yetrrday to tJarlleld
Ekola of Deep Itlvrr and Katie K.
Jon of Atorlt.
City Tmmnt Back f 1 1 I A
City trniurr Ibumi IWnly rtnrn
1 Thursday rvnilnj from Newbrrg
wh.r. b he been attending (he 11, A.
It 'encampment. '"'
In th matter of the ettate of Jame
A. Ilcnnlk, an order wa made appoint
ing W. W, Curtis administrator urn!!"
bond of IOu. A copy of the will w
flUd and admitted to probate,
Tin quantity of flh In tli river has
again declined and th hope held out
U't week of heavy run bav fallen
without rraliMlton. Th report from
tb cannerl. Indicate deeree a com
pared with lh am lima Ut year.
Will Soon Occupy lw Qurtra
The Astoria Savings llank expect to
move to thlr new quarter about July
10th. Th Ida aterl doora for th vault
are being put In place, the oulslde door
re eight Inche thick and tbe inner on
are Ave Inche through and th vault
la on of th ftne.1 ever placed In any
bank in tb country.
Two Detk Hand Drown
Jjmrrns Peterson fell from tb detk
of tb UiiMtlo at Altoona yesterday
morning and wa drowned. Th ate'.mar
wa loading at the tlm. Tlie nlf.nt be
'for at Skamokawa th Lurlln lost a
man while unloading. II fell frcm the
gang plank whIUl carrying om heavy
timber ashore and wu never wen again.
Ytrday waa a busy day In police
court, eight prlaoner appearing for
trial. Five plain drunk and three
drunk and disorderlies, with 111 for
feited to the extent of 1120 waa th
complete proceedings. The plain drunks
wr all fined $3 or two day ami me
drunk and disorderlies were assessed
$10 or 0v day eaeb. Two of the latter
wer convicted of fighting In the Anchor
The funeral aervlrea of Hie late Mia
Jessie Johnwn were held yesterday at
the One Kpbcopal Church, the Rev.
John Warren offlclatlng. There were
many beautiful flower. Th Interment
mi nl (Wan View Cemetery.
Herbert Morgan, who wa drowned
from the ClaUop dock, wa buried at
(ireenwood. Th aeoretary of the Sea
men' Union came down from Portland
and took charg. 1
Central Fund Warrant
Cly Treasurer paid out yesterday the
uro of lH) for the redemption
general fund warrant. t
Tw Cam In ...'..
Hlieriu pomeroy h received several
amount a In payment of tae. at V4
Seaside. These taxes are to defray th
eiene of sidewalk and boulvard.
In tb Jostle Court yesterday after
the rne agnlnt J. Bate for teal
ing money wa ditmioted. Jacob Harold
refuting to proiecut. Ponlli returned
the money which amounted to 170. ' ;
Drowned , t''.,.;' ,J -
The name of the deckhand drowned
from the I.urlln U II. I!ucll. wa
a .cw loixer ana u far a $ known
hid no near friend or relative In thU
part of the county.
June School Report '
The monthly report of Superintendent
of trhoola A. U Clark, for the month of
dune, hw th average attendance for
the month to have been 9H.7 per cent
there being but nine tordy mark dur
Ing the month. '
Preserved Fruit Wanted
The County Fair Committee delrea
very on who undemtanda preoervlng
berriet and fruit In it natural condition
to o put up trawterrie, currant
gtHinelierrlea, cherrlea. and other kind
grown In Clatp county or the lower
Columbia, at they rien. Later, the
committee on State Fair committee of
the Clumber of Commerce will be glad
to pay a rraonable prl- for good pecl
men for exhibition purpoiet.
Xejtt ale date for the .lameatown
Exposition J,,l' 3ri' th "nd sth
llonnd-lriu ticket to Mhwourl Rlvr,
Chicago and Atlantic alKinrd point can
b pnrehd on thee date at the A
toria k Columbia River Railroad city
ticket office la Page Building. Sleeping
car rcervation,vift all linen will be ar
ranged for. I'nuaually low rate have
been made. 0 20 01.
So Colonel Colt, pre.ident of the Uni
ted State lublier Company, hit with
drawn front the ematorinl mce in' Rhode
Iland. Ctirlnu how a man will give up
a content when ure yf the rublier.
HERE'S THE POINT
W tnnd back Of tverythlng we
Mil. .If it I not right we will
make It right.
You can't afford to overlook tht
modern up-to-date itore.
Received Every Morning Direct
from the Growers
Scholfield, Mattson $ Co.,
Good Goodt and Good Service.
THE GOOD ROADS
. IIEETINC "
1 Lf ; For a
VICTOR OR AN EDISON
Johnson Phonograph Go.
j Parlor Saoond Floor over Soholflald A Mattaon Co,
SPECIAL MEETING OF CHAMBER OF
COMMERCE DISCUSSES PROPOSED
AUTOMOBILE ROAD FROM AS
TORIA TO PORTLAND.
Tlie movement to build a good rou
an automobile road, all the way f 10111
Tort land through Alork to Kcaid.
through ' 'Multnomah, ' Columbia and
t'faUup oomilic, wa given an impetu
yeaterday afternoon by President 1'I
IIiii.m'11 of the Portland Automobile Clul
and the Atori Clwmljer of tViniiicici
that without doubt aur the mw
of lite eulclpriM. j
IiireUfoie the movement ha been one
rather h it limit form and void. The
trouble wa llmt, to aacertain the l-t
route for the road, and eecotid, to pro
vide the lunchitiery, the executive force
that would make eticre of the move
ment alter it wa om-e organized and
put in motion.
Although tlie meeting wa held el
o'clock ytenlay afternoon, yet there
were present quite a large number ol
the mot prominent eiliwn and taxpay
eta, mailt of whom owned automobile
Thin thowa the great iutercat there U
in the project.
Preaidenl Welch called the meeting t
order and th object wa atated by Man
ager W'byte, which wa to ro-ocrat
with the Portland Automobile Club in
the bct way poiible to inurc a ginl
ruad tuitable for automobile all the
way from Portland to Aetorla and Kca
Ide. I'reotdcnt Runacll jf the Automo
bile Club of Portland waa introduced
and itated that hi club would co-op-r
ate with the Atoria Cbaiiilier of Com
merce In any way that aeemed the moat
practicable to recur the contruction of
tbia road. He atated that ao far a
Multnomah county waa concerned there
wa a splendid road already conatruutcd
a far a St. Helen which la just aero
the line in Columbia county. It oon
developed according' to the ' statement
made bv Judue .Trenchard. Mr. F. L.
Paiier, Mr. G. C. Fulton, Chairman F.
A. Fliher of the good roa.1 committee,
C Ryliiggln, A. Shernecku. C. G
Palmberg, W. E. Schlmpff, R, 11. Ith-
era, Preaident Welch and other, that
Clataop county already bad ample good
road to make up her quota of the
through route with but little fixing and
In the dUcuion a to the entire
route which followed Judge Trencbard
wa able to give the mot valuable aug-
getiona and all of t!iev Mr. Ruaell
fully noted for the ue of hi club.
Aa Judge Trenehard outlined and aa it
wa flnallv determined by the general
uggetioiB made the route af thi good
road w ill be from Portland to St. Hel
en, Pittbuig, Mlat. expel, Jewell.
Olney, Astoria and Beaslde.
A for the machinery which will en
deavor to execute the plah fr the good
road, Mr. Ruell slightly cbaanged bis
Idea after the dlscuinna held at yesterday'-
felon of the Chamber. He
had thought that it would be bet, he'
aaid, to hav an association formed for
the purpose of providing the way and
mean, for building the road.' After
finding the Chamber of Commerce to lie
audi a well orgnnixej and substantial
body, he thought that the good roads
committee of this Chamber, a standing
committee, 0f which F. A. Fisher 1
the chairman, and George V. Sanborn
and P. A. Stokes are members, would
be the persons best adapted to handle
the nood roads project through the
Chamlier of Commerce.
As for the right-of-way, Judge Tren-
Imrd pointed out that if county roads
were made p.irta of the through auto
mobile route that.no rights-of-way
would have to be secured. He thought
I this the best plan and Mr. Russell im
f mediately treasured the suggestion in
his note book.
The next move in this good road
project will lie taken byMr. Russell and
his Portland Automobile Club. They
will choose a definite route for the
road through Columbia county, Then
the good ronds committee of the Astoria
Chnmlier of Commerce will join with 1
committee from the Portland Automo
bile Club in holding a public meeting
In Columbia county, most likely in St
Helens, the object of which will be to
secure the co-operation of the Columbia
county people and the co-operation of
the county court of that county.
As for the ways and means of build
ing the ro'ad, after the route shall have
been finally surveyed, there bcciiis to be
no difficulty in the way of working out
im excellent plan under the provisions
of the act contained in Chapter 230 of
the general lnws Of Oregou, 1003, or
there are several other places that ap
pear equally a good.
As it was shown by the meeting yes
terdav, practically all of the road that
is necessary twcomplfete an automobllcj
route through from Portland to Sea
side, must be constructed in Columbia
oounty.' Multnomah and Clatsop ooun-
Gome to Astoria's 4th oF July Celebration.
A Piano Number Free With Each $5 Purchase.
' You aitfc got no cares!
lou don't have to worry oour
Th kind o things you wears.
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. ' .
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
You cant looK foolish when you wear a Wise Suit.
tie already have practically all of the
good road built that is necessary for
uch an important enterprise.
Judge Trenehard and F. L Parker
furnish Mr. Russell with tome import
ant p rod lei and maps which he will take
home with him for study. Mr. Russell
will immediately get in communication
with the people interested in Columbia
county and fix an appointment for a
meeting in St
town along the route, and the Clmmber
of Commerce of Astoria will then as
sist him in holding the meeting.
There are now no obstacles in the
way of building this good road that ran
not be ea-ily and speedily overcome,
and there is not the shadow of a doubt
but that thev will all be overcome. And
the citizens can reasonably expect to
lie able to ride to Portland in their
automobiles at their own good pleasure
within a year; and the citizens of Port
land by the end of that time can nuke
all the necessary preparations to ride
to Astoria and on to Seaside in their
automobiles whenever they wish,
2 and 3, aection 10, T. 4 E. 7
alleging the sale to be fraudulent, and
that the property did not belong to the
county. The defendants were ordered
to desist from further proceedings in
the matter and an order for a writ of
review was made.
DONE BY DEED.
Helens or some other, g, g, g
The Warrenton Land Co. to
Henry R. Adair, block 6 in Warren
The Warrenton Land Co to Han
nah Adair the whole of block 1 in
Harriman . . . igqo
Henry A. Saler.et al to Storey
Bracher Lumber Co., XW. 1-4 sec.
16. S. 1-2 of S. 1-4 of sec. 21 and
W. 1-2 of XE. 1-4 of sec. 28, T. 5
X., R- 8 Wj 320 acres.............. " 1
U. S. A. to Ralph W. Hall, SV.
1-4, sec. 11, T. 5 X., R. 8 Wj 160
U S. A. to Mary A. Hall, XW. 1-4
sec. 11, T. 5 X., R. 5 W.j patent ;
Henry Herbert et ux to Ben
Ekoos, W. 1-2. lot 3, block 21, Upper Y
Astoria ..v. 900
Patrick Kearney et ux to Grand
Rapids-Oregon Tjruber Co., NW. 1-4
sec. 22, T. 5 X, R. 8 W.. 500
CIRCUIT COURT SESSION
COURT CONVENED SIXTH DAYS'
SESSION YESTERDAY CIVIL AND
CRIMINAL WERE GIVEN HEAR-,
The circuit court commenced its sixth
days' session at 10 o'clock yesttrday
morning when the .following cases re
ceived attention; Henry Makkala et al
vs.sfhe City of Astoria, demurrer argued.
Charles C. C. Rosenlierg vs. Isaac Han
sen et al, order made for publication of
summons. State of Oregon vs. S. Hell-
fond and R., Smith. The defendants were
arraigned to answer an information
cbarging them with the larceny of a
watch from the dwelling house of Kmil
Lund. With the consent of the Deputy
District Attorney they pleaded guilty.
Hell fond waa fined $35 and R. Smith
was sentenced to 60 days in the county
jail. C. C. Clarke vs. R. A. Price et al,
judgment. Ross, Higgins & Co. vs. P,
Pctrovik, order for publication of sum
mons Charles E. Lankester and P. Law
ler vs. the County of Clatsop et al. An
order wa made for a writ of review.
The plaintiffs originally petitioned for
a refund of the money paid for the fol
lowing property the E. 1-2 of NW. 1-4
and th NE. 1-4 of SE. 1-4 of lota 1 and
A Fortunate Taxta
Mr. E. W. Goodloe, of 107 St. Look
street, TJaUaa, Texas, aays: Im tba
past year I have become acquaint!
with Dr. King's Xew Life Pills, and M
laxative I ever before tried ao effect
ually dispose, of malaria and bilious
ness." They dont grind nor gripe, lie
at Charles Rogers Drug Store.
Made from Pure Sweet
Cream, 30c. Quart.
25 Cents a Quart
AT ' "'""
483 Commercial St
Oxfords for the Warm Days
THERE'S A WORLD OF COMFORT
IN THE OXFORDS WE SELL.
THERE'S A DAINTINESS IN THE
FAULTLESS FEMININE SHAPES
THE MANNISH WALKING DESIGNS
AS WELL MARS THE DISTINCT
IVENESS OF OUR OXFORDS. THE
INFINITE NUMBER OF SIZES AND
WIDTHS PROVIDE ALWAYS A PER
FECT FIT. " "
Wherity, Ralston 31 Company
Astoria's Eesj Shoe Store