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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (June 29, 1907)
SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1907.
THE MORNING ASTOIiiAN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
The combination of
hot meals and a cool,
kitchen , has 'always
seemed an impossi
bility, vet this hannv
result s obtained wherever there's a New Perfec
tion Oil Stove in the kitchen. The blue flame
produced by the
VM Blue FlaraeOil Cook-Stove
sivM quickest and best result. ; Tbt Ntw Perfection if different
from any other oil ftovt . Cuti fuel wwim in two. , Mde in
thr ituti ' Every iiovt'wtrnnttd. If not at your dealer's,
writ our Martft agency for descriptive circular.
The Steamer Kilburn Is Reported
and iafNt all-round house limp nude. Give 1
clear steady light. Brail throughout and beauti
il fully nickeled. Equipped with the latest improved
burner. Handsome simple satisfactory. Every
' Ump warranted. Write our nearest agency if you
l: cannot get it from your dealer.
STANDARD OH COMPANY
FOREST FIRES UNDER CONTROL.
Enormoui Damage Don To Cdr For
est By Fir.
fOiir TOWNS KX1, Jun 27,-Th
enormous frt Are which ha been rug
ing for th past few days In l'ort
I)icovrr Uny region l tww Mleved to
U under control after doing hundreda
of thouoitiiiU of dollar dituiao to the
cilr forests. The fir orliilnated ifroro
th spark of a donkey engine and
started o quickly that th engineer
cut off from er. II ved hit life
by burying Mmlf to th neck in th
ground and co -i iiij; hi head with wet
sscks. Ill comrades found hi in after
in urn mil nu yumi-iinx up uh-
iiwltrved portions of machinery. Th
tlmlwr owned by suUldinry com
pany ul th t'lili K(;rti Milwaukee & St.
KID TEXAS WINS.
I'l'KIILA. Colo., Jun 2H,-Crover
Ifavr of Chicago ) Kid Turn, of
IVblo fought a ft 20 round bout
her. lut night. In no worn) did the
Chicago nmn have any advantage and
th luth round a declJedly In favor
f the local man.
If you will nuke loqutry It will b a
revelation to you bow many succumb to
kidney or bladder trouble la on form
or another. If th patient 1 not beyond
medical aid, Foley's Kidney Our will
cur. It never disappoint. T. F. Law
in, Owl Drug Store,
KAUBIA BEATS ALL RECORDS
Stowaway Put Off th Costa Rica oa
Uor Last Trip Up Lurllne Gets Down
at 11 O'clock Large Quantities Freight
Cause Delay. ;
The anfllrtg achooncr San Buena Ven
tura I again afloat, having been on I
: sand liar la Tillamook Bay for nearly t
week. Nlte I now taking on cargo of
lumber fnm the Tillamook mill and
will be ready to sail In a few day. '
The DrilUh ship Dulnonar, Captain
MiUter, wa towed up the river yetr
, The "learner Melville Dollar left out
fur Giwyina. yesterday. She signed on
a new crew at th custom hu in the
afternoon and their pla of dlacliarjje
In J'Ujfet Sound 00 the return trip. Th
lUitlur had alxwrd 000,000 feet of tie
loaded at Gobi.
The tamhlp Alliance went out about
lOiSO yesterday afti'r waiting long
enoiuflt for Captain Oleum and Winch'
man 'lliumUm to give their evidence in
the DowUby cas.
i Th atesmer Xome City came down In
th early hour of th mornlngr and went
The Geo. W. Elder cam down yester
day and started on her voyage to San
Fram-Uco with a heavy paaaenger list
The disabled steam aehooner Msrhoffer
was towed to sea yesterday morning by
the tug Wallula. Sh will be repaired
Advicea received from San Francisco
this morning state that" the teamer F.
A. Kilburn ha been sold by th Wat
we investigate closely the factory asking us for an order.
We make it a point to always find out. first, whether said
factory has ample capital to buy materials and labor on a
big enough scale to make their product economical to pro
duce. Second, we discover the grade said make of piano
belongs in, and we see to it that said factory doesn't cheapen '
their piano in any way without cutting the price. Third,
we then contract for enough instruments of said make to
obtaiu their very lowest rock-bottom price 'by car loads,
(for we never buy pianos except by car load).
jZ7 When We Ship Pianos
we time our shipments from the various factories so as to
have several car loads on the way at one time, making it
more convenient for the railroad 'companies. Then we
route our shipments over lines of road giving us quickest
service, and because we are the heaviest shippers of pianos
on the Pacifiic Coast we get the very lowest freight rates
musical instruments are nanled for.
j Wheti We Sell Platib usr
we pass on the benefits we secure from heavy buying and
heavy shipping to those who buy frpm us.
We are content to see our sales increasing so , heavily
year by year, and a smaller profit on each instrument
sold pays us in the end from the larger number of custom
ers we secure by being liberal,
Look over the assorted summer stock of pianos we
are now showing at our Astoria branch, Many different
makes are shown. Easy terms if wanted.
onvllle Tmnspurtation Company to the
Crexvtnt Wharf 4 Warhou Company
and will be 'placed In regular wrvice
between Han Franciaeo and San Pedro,
It is alito stated that she will be placed
oh that route at .once and will not re
turn to Portland.
The ateaiuer New-berg came In ye
terilay iivm Kn l''runc-i; bound for
The barki'iilin John rinllith aa
towed up by the Hirvcxt ieen jotter
The utenin t booner Caieo iiune in
front San Ffimciwo yenti-nlity and went
up to load lumber.
The three-masted avlnxiner Fied E.
Sunder which ha been loading it the
Clatsop Mill, went to sea yesterday,
' " ? '
Th Daniel Kern hod a near fori in
her tngin room when she arrived dowi,
jenterday. .She has hal rormiderablc
trouble to get an engine crew that could
handle her engines projierly. While her
engines are firt-clam in tery resieet
they are of an old t1e a they w.-re
put in her 20 years ao en I work en
tirely different from the engine now
mad and which confu ed the engineer
of th later day school. However,' the
men now In charge understand them
and they will projiaMy give u good a
record from now on a they did while
he traveled a the Manaanita.
The uteamer .Julian I'oulen 1 loading
liimlier at Llnnton.
Th teamer Maverick and Coatr
both sailed from Frisco on the 27tb for
When the temer Cost Rica, which
arrived yeaterday, sailed from San
Francisco, she carried a list of 89 pas
nengeri, but on reaching th Columbia
she had but 80. Before she had been out
on th voyag very long three of tho
who had gone on board desirous of com
ing to th nietnopoli of th Pacific
Northwest were found to be stowaway.
On the discovery being made the steam
er changed her course and put into Lime
Point, where the ticketlesa trio were dig
embarked regardles of their loud pro-
! teMations. The steamer had One weath
er during the trip and made a good run.
Among her pasenger was Mr. Gos,
wife of Lieutenant Com, of the United
State cruiser Charleston. She waa ac
companied by Mr. McClung, her mother
and widow of the late Major McCIung.
The Cota Rica will sail on the return
trip Sunday morning.
Charterers of the British iteamship
Kalibia expect to load her with 4,000,000
feet of lumber, which will be the largest
cargo of fir ever set afloat in the river.
The pre i-e nt record Is a trifle more than
5,0(10,000 fe, which wa taken out by
one of the steamers of the Knight line
several year ago. The British steam
ship Tottenham has been loaded with
almost aa large a cargo. The Kalibia
reached the river aliout a week ago, tak
ing on a part of her shipment at Rainier
and Prescott. The vessel is under char
ter to the Pacific Export Company,
which expects to have her ready fop the
sea next Wednesday. The Kalibia is
3149 tons net register. She will clear
The British steamship Strnthness, be
longing to the tame lino as the Strath; re
and Strathclyde, recently loading here
for China, was chartered this morning
to transport a cargo of lumber from the
Columbia to the Far East. Sh sailed
from Barry, France, for Ounymas, Mex
ico, May 24th, where she is expected to
arrive the middle of next month. Fif
teen days later the steamer ought to be
in this port. She is of 2819 tons net
register and will take out about 8,600,000
000 feet of lumber.
Townrd the latter part of July th
British steamship Queen Alexandra will
also arrive to load fir for a port in the
Flowery Kingdom. She Is coming from
Owing to the large quantity of freight
to be hnndled the Lurline did not get
down till after 11 o'clock last night.
Eilers Piano House
I A. R. CYRUS, cfliesmftn
J. M. WARD, i talesman.
424 Commercial Street ?
rh - -if
30 days' treatment for $1.00. Satisfaction
euarantccd or money refunded.
U-J iy relieves the most severe
case before mornintf.
FRANK HART, DRUGGIST,
Summer coughs and colds yield at
once to Bee9 Laxative Cough Syrup,
contains honey and tar but no opiate,
Children like it. It laxative qualities
recommend it to mother. Hoarseness,
coughs, croup yield quickly. Keep it on
hand. Sold by Frank Hart's Drug
tr Morning Astorian, 60 cent per
month, delivered by carrier.
EMPRESS" Line of thoAtlantlo
Quebec to Liverpool
- Less Than Four Days at Sea
Empresses sails July 12-26 August 9-
fe3; September 8-20. : First cabin, $80
tip; second cabin, $45 up; third class,
$28.75. Write for particulars.
. JAMES FIXLAYSON, Agent.
- Experts in all the Branches of Painting,
Paper-Hanging and Decorating.
Satisfaction Guaranteed. All work done
Promptly. Prices reasonable. New Goods
arriving Every Day. We solicit business
Vi m Outside Tov.n.
Commercial Street, near Eighth.
Sherman Transter Co.
HESKt 8HERMAX. Metayer ' .-.-
-ks. Carriage I'aggage Checked and Trsn-ierrej Truck ard Fnrmltan
Wgb--Pianr Mvrtd, Boxed and Shipped.
413 Commercial Street
Main Phone us
L B. PARKER,
Flret Clau in Every Reepcet
fYee Coach to tn Hons.
Bar and BUllartf Room.
Good Bample Room on Ground Floor
for Commercial Men.
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The onlrttteambott makinc a round trip DAILY
except Thnndsr between Forttaod and Aatorto
and way points.
NO WAY POINTS ON SUNDAY
Foreland Landlnir, Alder Btnet Dock
AWorta Laadlct, CaUender Dock .
m, LM.ve aiJflork t:dO p. m.; niT FortUad
'M p in.
Lae Portland S a. m.t antr Aetoria 1 p.m.
Lean Aatoria p. m., arms PortUnd t p. m.
Night Boat for Portland and
Loavee Astoria daily xeept 8undy at
Leave Portland Daily Except Sunday
at 7 a. m.
Quiok Servloe Exoellant Meal
Landing Astoria Flavel Wharf.
Landing Portland Foot Taylor SL
a B. BLESSING, Agent
Phona Main 2761.
f?o SPICES, (J
U$&&tf&!, , flneslFlvror,
( POTlANaOitQON. C
Popular Concert EaU
Good musk. All axe weleom. Oc
Bar Seventh and Aster.
48 BOKD ST,
Carriee the Finest Lin i
CALL AND SEE US
Astoria & Columbia River R. R. Co.
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10.96 8.46 6.23 7.41 Ar. FT. STEVENS Lv 7.42 8.80I 6 48 IPC
' Extra train leaves Astoria daily, 11:30 a. m. for Ft. Stovene, returning
leaves Ft. Stevena 2:00 p. m, arriving Astoria 2:43 p. m.
1 Trains marked run dally. '
. CONNECTIONS At Portland, with all trans-continental lines. At
Goble, with Northern Pacific Ra fi ay Co. At Astoria, with steamers tor
San Francisco and Tillamook anJalwaco Railway & Navigation Co.'s boat
and railway.-1 : v . r j" - '" . ,;'
Through tickets sold to and from all points in the East and Europe.
For further particulars apply to,
J, MoGTjnm R, H. JENKINS,
Superintendent, Astoria, Or. Geul. Frt ft Pasegr. Agt -