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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (July 2, 1907)
THE MORNING ASTOIilAN, ASTORIA, OREGON,
TUESDAY, JULY i, too?.
I WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR
I ASK FOR OUR
No. 1 covered jelly glass 35c per doz.
No. 5 covered jelly glass ., SOc per doz.
No. 223 tumblers ... 35c per doz.
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MAIN 711, MAIN 8871 PHONE MAIN 718 j
CLOTHES OF THE BETTER 1(11
COUNCIL IN SESSION
(Continued from pge 8)
Thirteenth street between Exchange tnd
Franklin, tu the resolution to estib
- lish the grade on Jamea atreet A reso
lution waa introduced and adopted au
thorixing the committee on HreeU and
public ways to purchase a team of horses
tor use on the atreet sprinkler, the cost
f the same not to exceed 8700.
An ordinance appropriating the sum of
84330 for the benefit of C. G. Palmberg
in part payment of hi contract for the
constructing of the new engine house
teas given its first snd second readings.
An ordinance confirming special
sessment roll number 147, for the im
proving of Forty -second street from the
alleyway to Bond street was passed un
der suspension of the rules. The ordi
nance accepting the improvement of
Exchange street from Eighth to Ninth
. streets waa passed tinder a suspension
of the rules. The ordinance appropriat
log the sum of $331-22 for the benefit of
John Stephenson was given its first and
second readings. This is money due
Stephenson on a liquor license and
theater license which he turned back
to the city before they expired. An or
dinance appropriating $900 for the bene
fit of A. G. Lonsr was passed. The ordi
nance appropriating $567 out of a spe
eial fund for the benefit of L. A. Carter
for the improving of Forty-second
street was passed. The ordinance ap
propriating $1159 out of the special
' fund for street improving was also
passej. An ordinance providing for the
time and manner of improving Tenth
street from Irving to Kensington by
grading and draining was passed uder a
suspension of the rules. The ordinance
providing for a 12-inch sewer on Fourth
street from the north line of Commercial
to the south line Of Commercial was
passed under a suspension of the rules.
An ordinance providing for the time and
manner of improving Hume avenue from
Duane to Commercial streets was passed
gnder a suspension of the -rules. The
rules were suspended and an ordinance
to improve Duane street from Lincoln
to Hume avenue waa passed. The ordi
nance providing for the manner of
macadamizing all streets hereafter was
pas-ed after the rules had been sus
pended. A resolution was adopted for the im
proving of Commercial street from
Third street to McClure's Astoria.
The reports of the Chief of Police, the
surveyor and the city auditor and police
ndge were read and ordered placed on
Bulling permits were issued to Al
fred Kinnev and Andrew Birch.
The following bills were approred and
Astoria Budget, $97.81; H. Hunibel
$(W.0Oj F. B. Loughery, $30.80 Astoria
Electric Co, 8437.40; Otto Peterson, $45;
Foard 4 Stokes $3.84; W. A. Goodin
$295.40; Astoria Iron Works. $5.64;
George W. Sanborn, $10; Board of Street
Assessors, $11; J. C Clinton, 83.50; City
Lumber 1 Box Co., $11.40; Leo Gramma,
$7.00; Foard A Stoke Hardware Co.,
$5.15; A. G. Long, $900; Charles Rogers,
$3.55; R. M Gaston, $3.15; S. Elmore Jt
Co.. $10; Scbolfield & Mattson, $8;
Sherman Transfer Co., $1.50; Astoria
Electric Co., $25.70; A. Johnson, $11.
DONE BY DEED.
Walter C Smith et ux to Mar
tin F. Pruett, lot 5, block 7, the
James Duff et ux to Louise L.
Windt, lot 15, block 2, First Addi
tion to Gearhart Park 1
Louis L. Windt et al to James
Duff, lot 8, block 2, First Addition
to Gearhart Par
Patent: U. S. A. to John August
Walters, W. 1-2 of SW. 1-4 and W.
1-2 of NW. 1-4 of sec. 20, T. 5 N.,
R. 10 W.
Anna Gronvold et al to M. O.
Stanovich tract, adoining SW. cor
ner lot 11, block 112, Astoria 1600
Columbia Harbor Land Co. to C.
F. Cbilds, lots 1 and 2, block 86,
Wrunton Park 450
Charles Brewin Suddenly Re'
members After Four Years.
XEW YORK, July l.-Charles P.
Brewin, the Burlington, X. J., tailor who
wandered away from home and family
four years ajrcj and was found recently
working in a dyeing and cleaning e-tab-
hment in Plainfield, came to a realiza
tion of his surroundings Sunday.
Brewin, who is supposed to have been
sufferer from apliasia, a mental dis
order which deprives its victim of mem
ory antedating a certain time, has been
unable to tvcall the incidents in his
Yesterday Dr. Buchanan, a Burlington
Mi? w I
la acknowledged to be the most suc
cessful remedy in the country for
those painful ailments peculiar to
For more than 30 years it has
been curing Female Complaints,
such as Inflammation, and Ulcera
tion, Falling and Displacements,
and consequent Spinal Weakness,
Backache, and is peculiarly adapted,
to the Change of Life.
Records show that It has cured
more cases of Female Ills than any other one remedy known,
Lydia, E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound dissolves and expels
Tumors at an early stage of development. Dragging Sensations causing
pain.weight, and headache are relieved and permanently cured by its use.
It corrects Irregularities or Painful Functions, Weakness of the
Stomach. Indigestion, Bloating, Nervous Prostration, Headache, Gene
ral Debility; also, Dizziness, Faintness Extreme Lassitude. "Don't care
andwantto beleft alone" feeling, Irritability, Nervousness, Sleeplessness,
Flatulency, Melancholia or the "Blues." These are sure indications of
female weakness or some organic derangement.
For Kidney Complaints of either sex Lydia B. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound is a most excellent remedy.
Mrs. Pinkham's Standing nvltatlon to Women
Women suffering from any form of female weakness are Invited to
write Ms Pinkham, Lynn, Mass. for advice. She is the Mrs. Plnkham
who has been advising sick women free of charge for more than twenty
years, and before that she assisted her mother-in-law Lydia E. Plnkham
In advising. Thns she is well qualified to guide sick women back to
health. Her advice is free and always helpful.
MADE IN NEW YORK
Celebrate the Fourth
Astoria is going to do her best to see that everybody has a Rood time on this glorious
day and you should LOOK AND FEEL YOUR BEST and we can guaran.
tee you will do both if you are dressed in one of
OUR BENJAMIN SUITS
A suit that will give you the well-dressed appearance that you do not get in the
ordinary sort. Now is the time to buy during our Removal sale while we are giving
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THE BROWNSVILLE WOOLEN MILL STORE
Will Move In a Few Days to BB7 Commercial St. I
physician, and his father called upon
Brewin. Both had known the sufferer
lone airo. At sight of them, Brewin
started, "something broke in his head,"
a he put and a flood of light illumi
nated the past. He thought he had left
home the day before and spoke of events
which took place at the time of his dis
appearance as though not more than 24
hour had intervened. He anked for
members of his family and begged to
lie taken to them at once.
Thing Not to Do at Table.
Erasmus, the old Dutch philosopher
and theologian, In bis carious essay
'On Behavior at Meals," remarks that
It Is "very rude to blow one's nose on
the tublecloth" or to "wlrm one's fingers
on one s neighbor s coat." He also ad
vises the guest "not to give dogs your
bone to crack under the table or feed
the cat or encourage animals to Jump
on fie table. This may offend your
bot or lead to the soiling of bis car
pet." An ndmouitlon that might well
be observed In the present day. "Above
all," ho says, "do not lick your plate.
It s an act that 111 becomes a cat, lot
alone a gentleman."
Willing to H.lp.
'Willie was an only child, whow par.
rets lived on a farm. lie often irrew
eery lonely and loneed for a playmate.
One day he asked his mamma why she
didn't get him a little brother. Mother
replied. "Willie, bablcw are too much
trouble to "tend." "8ny, mamma, If
you'll plant him, I'll hoe him." Llpplo-eott's.
All 8ad. '
lie It always makes me feel sad
when I piny the piano. She Ah, In
sympathy with your audience, I ap
pose. Philadelphia Imiulrer.
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Summer coughs and cold field at
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Children like it. Its Uxatlv qualities
protruding recommend It to mothers, noarenei,
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hand. Sold by Frank Hart's drug store.
Dogs and Drinking Water.
Who Iiuh not at some time or othur
envied the Impunity with which a dos
drinks brnt-klHli water that no human
btln? dare touch? Civilized couimunl
tle have solved the problem of u pure
wnt.sr sui)!y so completely that they
cannot get ou without pure water.
Dogs by elimination of those most
rendlly polsonod by bad water have
become as a race Immune to bnd wa
ter. In this case the checking of nat
ural selection does not matter, because
the supply of good water can probably
always be secured. London Post.
Bibliophile (aghast) I beg your par
Ion, madam, but that book your little
cflrl Is playing with Is an old and ex-
ecedlngly rare first edition. Caller
Oh, that's all right, Mr. Vibbert. It will
imuse her Just as much as If It wer
nice and new. Chicago Tribune.
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