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TUKSDAY, MAY 4, I'm
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Sale of MILLINERY
still continues ia full blast.
STQCK STILL COMPLETE
Don't pat off buying any longer and have to take
W - -
MR. PRAEL PRESIDES DURING
THE ABSKNCK ur MAi
The Lurline was doing good busi-( The steamer Alliance arrived down
aess last evening when she docked j early on Sunday morning, en route t.
Bav. on her reoular run, ana
t.r wntB sne wem hv I - - - . .
tarried the following pople as pas-
sengers: i. - .. ,rriveJ
Alice Loomis of Nancotta; Mr. nu; .
was doing good business on all decks.
ft. E. Glover of Sublimity, Or-;
Dean Blanchard of Rainier; Captain
. w - n c:.. T Txlie. I.
Garden, Mrs. u- 'ii
t T 'n Friedman. H- EN
Deputy, R. M. George. Mrs. E. F-Wright
in from Coos waters, with good busi
ness, and after a brtjtf stay at tne u
R. & N, went on up stream.
The oil tank steamship Rosecrans
vesterdav. bound for
i Monterey, Cal.
The oil tank steamship Asuncion
rantain Bridtrett. entered port on
The steamer South Bay entered
port yesterday afternoon and docked
' . .. . A-in nVtock
at tne y ' - , , .
w .eninr. She carried a heavy Sunday evening last and kept on up
cargo of tar in barrels and other like the Columbia.
stuff. She went to the Lanenaer aim
The steamer J. B. Stetson was
among the get-aways from this po.t
aa,a nart of it. and then left fc
Wfvatvu F .
tne upper reacnes ui - - . , -
on Sunday last going hence to San
The steamer Charles R. Spencer did , Francisco. j
not make the Sunday run promised;
. . , - k. Anwn to- The French bark Jacobson ba
Dv ner menus. w . t- .
L however, about 1 o'clock p. nr.. dropped down the river from Linton
... . . i. c. xnruA 3 to Frescott ana wui ioaa mmocr m
and win leave oat ju
o'clock, an hour earlier than her old- the latter port forU. K. delivery,
time schedule. I
! The steamer Geo. R. Vosburg has
The steamer Northland entere i j arr;ved jn from the Nehalem after
port yesterday and docked at the Cal
ender pier at 9 o'clock, where sne
left seven tons of local freight, before
going on up the river.
load of general merchandise.
The steamer Yellowstone has de
narted for the Golden Gate, with
o0- r;t me in lumber loaded in the Willametti
Ine stcamsu'i ix"a- -
Logical Eczema Cure Endorsed by
After treating eczema for years as
a practically incuraDie oiooa uncase
yesterday from San Francisco with a
heavy line of general cargo ana over
300 passengers. Captain Masons re
ported a beautiful trip every mile of
The fine new steamer Majestic came
mt Vr i:Z 1 1 B l"Z -dicaf world is great interest
l luc ed in the discovery that it is not
Co,umbia- ' blood disease at all, but is due to
parasite in the skin itself. This para
Ti, sfpamer Thomas L. Wand was , ;,- js easily destroyed by the extern
a Sunday arrival from the Bay Citv,!al application of a compound of oil
and she "caught her breath" at the '0f wintergreen, thymol, glycerine, etc
Callender dock before hiking out fV This will quickly kill all eczema
the metropolis. ! germs, while soothing and refreshing
Dr. R. A. Folkerts, of Duluth
Minn, tells of the success in treat
"There was a man here suffering
irom eczema for the last 14 years
and I applied the D. D. D. treatment
I also aoolied it to a man of West
Duiuth. Minn., who has been suffering
The steamer Johan Foulsen was j
among the Sunday arrivals from the
California coast; she went on to the
metropolis for a load of lumber.
The steamer Shoshone was number
ed among the entries to this port on
Sunday last, and went up stream after J with Rheumatism for 14 years, and
her cargo of lumber.
399 Bond Street
Will Continue Under the Manage
The Finest Meals Served in Astoria.
Your Patronage Solicited. Courteous
Treatment to AIL
At the meeting of the common
council last night there was very
little of unusual importance that arose
for consideration. Mayor Smith, who
is ill, was not able to be present and
Councilman Frael who is president of
the council, presided. All of the other
members were present, except Mr.
Bclland. who is now in Alaska.
The Irving avenue matter again
arose this time upon a communica
tion presented to the council by y.
A. Goodin, the .contractor who did
the work. Mr. Uoodtn staieu in mi
communication that from the Shively
line to 35th street a considerable part
t Imnmvemcnt has washed or
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unk wav dunna the winter and mat
this resulted from unforeseen circum
stances and from no fault of his. Mr.
Goodin states that last fall, as evi
denced by the fact that he had re
reWrA 80 oer cent of his contract
price .that he had completed the work
along there and'that it would not oe
'iust or fair" to demand of him now
that he make good the harm that has
ensued during the winter. Of course
if the contractor is compelled to mak
him good on all this damage it will
fall heavily on him; but of course
the nroDertv owners in turn cannot be
exoected to bear all the brunt 01 tne
matter, for they already have sunereu
more than anyone else and to do jus
tice and equity in the matter is no
light task. However, it is presumed
that the council will be willing to ao
all it consistently can to be eminent
ly fair with Mr. Goodin.
The brick company, the Astoria
riav Product Company, asked per
mission to take sand from the tun on
the street on 47th street, as the tak
inir it awav would only work away J
t.:n tw will have to be cut down
nmetime anvway. The required per
mission was granted and probably tne
adiacent property owners have no ob
jection. It was also ordered that the
city attorney prepare an orainance
for the purchase of the Mike Matnn
place in Uniontown to be used as a
site for a fire station-
Councilman Stangeland called at
There is nothing that increases the value of your prop
erty so much as a good coat of paint to say nothing
about the looks. This is the time of the year when you
want to dress up your place and we have all the best
materials to do it with.
WE2 H NDLB
JOHNSON WOOD DYES
DECORATOR COLD WATER PAINT
Your wne can pui mis on.
ADAMS' PAINT BRUSHES
PHOENIX PURE PAINTS
JAPANESE OIL STAINS
Everything else you need to make your home look
spick and span. Come and get our figures.
a m jioiies narawcure
The best and most up-to-date ton-
sorial parlor in the city is the
Modern. Perfect comfort and service
guaranteed to all. Excellent baths.
tcntion to the dangerous condition of
the street and sidewalk at 35th and
Duane. The highway is already fenc
ed off there, but it was stated that the
which are equally bad, including some
on Commercial street. Mr Kearney
also stated there should be larger
sewer mains In various parts ot the
sidewalk also be fenced off.
Houses In The Street.
Makula & Wuopio, the contractors
who have the contract for one block
of the improvement of 18th street,
stated that they are unable to go
ahead with the work for the reason
that they find the street is not down
to grailc, as the specifications call for,
m . and that three houses and various
Kelley, The Wood Man. ences within the confinM of the
Wm. Kelley, the wood and
dealer, is prepared to supply the pub-, Manifestly the
lie and all his old customers with the i contractors couid , g0 ahead with
best slabwood that Astoria has ev-ir: . Th . d if
the council would reimburse them for
Their contract is not
If there are houses and
fences in the street it would appear
to be the duty of the owners to get
sidewalk is also in very dangerous city, and instanced the sewers on 7tli
shape and that trouble is apt to occur i and 8th. which are so small that it i
at any time. It was ordered that the almost impossible to keep them clear
in winter, ana on iinn siren, wmcn is
always giving trouble.
seen. H promises not to join any
comDinauon 10 ... Mthe extra cost.
wood and he w.u Keep ais o.u uuc ; , ,
ine man nu v"-w
Ring up Main 2191 for particulars.
them off, as the council would hardly
The very best board to be obtained ar tQ fof
the city is at "The Occident " . ,:,.,.
Eczema in his feet, and the second
treatment in both cases cleared the
ikin almost absolutely. The first ap
plication is a balm, and its soothing
,-ffprt i bevond exoression. I shall
never be without it, and shall use it
among my patients altogether."
No matter how terribly you suffer
froin"eczema, salt rheum, ringworm,
etc., you will feel instantly soothed
and the itch allayed at once when a
few drops of this oil of wintcrgreen
cc-r pound is applied. The cures a',1
seem to be permanent. We recom
mend if with D. D. D. Soap.
Charles Rogers & Son, druggists.
Be Sure to Get Some
We will Oive
One Pound of Candy
Your Choice FPEB
with every dollar purchase next Saturday May 8th. Be sure
and get some FREE.
Will hold the sale prices on the few pieces of muslin underwear
left from last weeks sale, which were cut 25 to 50 per-cent while
Y) f7 C&L2 " Ninth
in the citv
Hotel." Rates very reasonable.
Try our own mixture of coffee thr
J. P. B. Fresh fruit and vegetables
Badollet & Co., grocers. Phone Mair
A Cleaner That Cleans.
W. H. Fellman, the furniture man,
is at tne neao 01 in carpci liihuB
industry in Astoria, because he pos
sesses the best and only Vacuum car
pet cleaner in the city. He will scn l
it to any house, on demand at mod
erate rates, and clean your carpets on
the floor, without an atom of dust ap
pearing anywhere in the process, ana
to the saving of household drudgery
the removal of a trespass on its prop
erty; on the other hand the owners,
are likely to say that the city should
pay for the removal on the grounds
of "negligence" on the part of th.
city. etc. The 'mix-up is a bad one.
The matter was referred to the street
committee, and possibly new bids
m;iy be called for.
Wants His Money Back.
Henry Vahlsing, the keeper of a
saloon whose license was taken awav
for the reason that liquor was sold
to a minor therein, asked the council
for $200 of his license money back, on
the ground that six months iof it had
u.v. DO...-B v., o---r - -
this line for the women of the not expired. Perhaps the council may
homes. It is the cleaner that cleans.
and opt rates quickly silently, and ad
mirably. Drop m and leave your
tnte Fnlev's Orino Laxative for con
stipation and liver trouble as it will
stimulate these organs ann tnorougn
ly cleanse your system, which is what
everyone needs in the spring in order
to feel well. T. F. Laurin, Owl Drui?
The Proper Place.
Go to the Occident Barber Shop if
are particular and desire nrsi-
class service. Satisfaction guaranteed.
An expert bootblack and porter has
also been engaged.,
CASTOR I A
for Infants and Children.
Be M You Kav3 Always Eo
tfoorl naturedlv return, though doubt
less there is no means of making ii
do so; and especially ever saloon
man gives bonds condition that they
shall stand forfeited in case of the
saloon not being run in the right way.
I. Rosendale, the man who was
opce turned down in his application
for a license in the "Owl" saloon, and
again put in an application for one,
was granted the license last night. It
had been stated that he had said he
didn't want it if the council insisted
upon certain changes being made in
the numerous exits and entrances to
the place! but apparently he changed
Some Bad Sidewalks.
Superintendent Kearney made a re
port in reference to the condition of
certain streets and sewers. He said
that the sidewalk on 14th, from Grand
to Jerome, is in very bad shape; also
on Bond, from the McCIure line west;
also that the sidewalk on Franklin,
31st to Adair's, is in dangerous con
dition. He might had added others
The Curtis saloon ordinance was
not acted upon last night, as Council
man Curtis said Mayor Smith has
suggested one or two niinor changes.
The Prael ordinance, providing for
$300 license, was passed last night.
Thus there are now two new saloon
ordinances, the Prael ordinance, and
the Bclland ordinance, which provides
for Sunday closing' The Curtis ordi
nance, if adopted, will repeal both of
New Curfew Ordinance
A curfew ordinance was adopted
last night, introduced by Councilman
Lcinenweber, providing that minori
under the age of 15 years, shall be off
the streets after 8 o'clock at night and
all minors between the ages of 15 and
21 years shall be off the streets after
The committee on the Astoria day
at the Seattle exposition, of which
Curtis is chairman, made the follow
"We, your committee appointed to
make arrangements for Astoria -day
at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacinc4 Exposi
tion to be held in the city of Seattle
on July 17. 1909, beg leave to submit
the following report;
"We have corresponded with the
exposition managers and have been
assured of every courtesy being ex
tended to the citizens of Astoria on
that day. It Wis been sugested that the
council co-operate, with the Astoria
Chamber of Commerce, but we do not
believe that to be advisable, as fol
lowing the usual custom of that orga
nization, citizens would be called up
on to contribute to a fund for adver
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ASTORIA IRON WORKS
DESIGNERS AND MAKUF4CTURERS
OF THE LATEST IMPROVED ... .
Canning- Machinery, Marine Engines and Boilers
COMPLETE CANNERY OUTFIT! FURNIIHED.
r0rrtipondtncs Solicited. Root ! Fort ttmt
1 m 1
Lived 152 Years.
Wm. Parr England's oldest man
married the third time at 120, worked
in the fields till 132 and lived 20
years longer. People should be youth
ful at 80. James Wright, of Spurlock.
Ky., shows how to remain young. "I
feel just like a 16-year-old boy,' he
writes, "after taking six bottles of
Electric Bitters. For 30 years Kidney
trouble made life a burden, but the
first bottle of this wonderful medi
cine convinced me I had found the
greatest 'cure on earth" They're a
Godsend to weak, sickly run-down or
old people. Try them. 50c at Chas.
Rogers & Son, druggists.
Scow Bav Brass S Iron
Iron and Brass Founders Land
Up-To-Date Sawmill Machinery
18th ana Franklin Ave.
Prompt attention given to all rtpk
work. TL Main 2481.
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