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THK DAILY ASTORIAN. ASTORIA. TlKsHAY MOHNIMJ. AVKIL 14. !.
IpBoyle&Go. i , AJB Commercial t.( Antorla, Or. Rctil EHtute, L,omiH, Investment mid Itimimticc. Tli I lent 1 Monti rurlHr Mail CRAIN'S g A RS A PA RILL A US DOStS I OH $1.00 Kur mm l I y 1 1 10 KMT IC I - C I A I N I ) UVi CO. fttiAL urrtK tc nave nuw pucca on inc mariei kiock wb ana waier ironiage. ana mil oner lois in inai addition at prices way below adjoining property. We will give you good terms on this property, and a few dollars invested in lots In this addition will sure make you money. Sec fine display map fit our window. WARRENTON hPROVED, ATTRACTIVE, DESIRABLE THE CENTER OF IMPROVEMENTS on the WEST SIDE WAHnKXTOX It TIIH VEHV PIIOI'KHTV L4IIU lw FI LL UITN IN WHBKS'IHIJI TIlKltK CAN SKVKB lK AJIVTHIMd HHTIMCH TlUJt M AHIIKSII'OM v.vkiio i- ham i: i:iiVTiui ddniiiaiili: TIIIMK . lilltUlj, KVH. l.O- IX III: VI 'l-ll-l'l. WAitHi-::tro: koi Hi.mi hj n i:v-ii The Lightest Store in Town. Our Customers SS What They Are Buying XII E MOST LIBERAL Mass sent on ifpikftjoiL SOMETHING NEW. Cklllrei tad Toitis' Sttet-So Slot. XII Site Styles We also curry a fine line of adies' and men's shoes, from. th bpst to the lowest reliable! goods. All goods warranted iust as represented. JOHN HA UN" fc CO.. 479 Commercial street YESTERDAY'S WEATHER. Vocal weather for twenty-four hour ending at 6 p. m. yesterday, furnished by the United State Department of Ag-j rtculture, weather bureau. Maximum temperature, 51 degree. ; Minimum temperature, degree Precipitation. . Inch. , Total precipitation from September 1st. 18. to date. ttU lnche Excess of precipitation from September : lat, to date, to lnche. BUSINESS LOCALS. , Job printing of all kind at th Astorlan Job office. Try C. B. Smith" Vanilla Ice Cream. It U something fine. C Q. Palm bent, architect. Hoom Num ber . Kinney bulldirg. Summer clothing sold at extremely low price at P. A. Stoke.' Mean t th l4lng tailor, and pay ' the highest cash price for fur skin. , Marshall's twine used be 75 per cent f the fishermen on the Columbia rtrer. lot Cream Soda In twenty-two different flavors at C B. Smith1. Private par Ion for ladle. The Scow Bay Wood Tard la wen sup plied with the beet grades of Or and bard wood. Orders promptly filled Just received, an Immense amount of Gents summer clothing, from Eastern manufacturers, at P. A. Stoke.' Parties desiring the best of Job printing The Bachelors' Club. It is wild, man at the lowest price h lid call at the aced to get over Sunday, notwithstanding Astorlan Job office before going else- the Inclemency of the weather. where, The Bonbonnlere ha today the real Boston Chips, strawberry, vanilla and molasses flavors. Also the famous Butter Bonbons. Sea those elegant new spring patterns In colored front shirts and cum to snatch at Herman Wise, the reliable Clothier and Hatter. Don't fall to see those 111.50 wonted cheviot and melton suits which have just arrived at Herman Wise' one price clothing establishment All the latest shapes in new spring hats and caps and clothing: new cuts and new styles, new prices. No trouble to show goods, at Herman Wise's, the one price clothier. Call at Herman Wise's Clothing store and look at the latest arrivals in shirt", collars, cuffs, hats and clothing. Sorre nobby and attractive goods both In style and price. -The Oregon Trading Co., Commercial street, is the placi to buy your dry goods, clothing, boots and shoes, men' and ladles' furnishing goods. Should you want an auctioneer, 8. Friedman makes his office at the Oregon Trading Co i Just Arrived A large line of Imported silk, velvet and cloth wraps, no two anket a beautiful line of black drrs good In the newest design, also fancy stika for trimmings and waists and a ' large line of duck suit J. Cohen, Low Price Store, 01 Bond street Go to Elmore, Sanborn's office and see their new and handsome twine testing machine. Take along some or the twines "as good as Marshall's," In your pocket and test them. Then see how much more Marshall' will stand. It's money In your pocket and fish In your net to find out. A prominent steamboat man says: "Mv family have used nearly every nrand of Beef, Iron and Wine made, and are sat isfied that the preparation made by the Estes-Crain Drug Co. is the most palata bel and nutritious of any they have ever used." If you are run down and need tonic, you should use it. ?T -Scnt" 'ou oan ,ec!re an lent well-served meal at the Bon Ton Bstaurant No. oil Commercial street. V ? eK y rrepY,.i0 .K all kinds of fish, game and delicacle of hJean ".",We" " J51" ln ver'r Imaginable style at the lowest living price. Come once and you will con- tinue to come. . . . ii. j , ..... , Most so-called "falmon twines ' are col-! ,, red with acids. The adds rot the fibre ml render the material useless. In th-? ,i f-uiwi?. ri.nnj: ii ac io. is an on-' eot lesson that ought to be examined by !2.fl ,oTT'i .V W.h0' if..th .1 2!,", U,n, l ' rH ft twin -from start to finish. Go there and examine th color rl,rht: ,1 ; hV by1"- sha'l's is calied the best ln the world. Charles Wlrkkala's saloon on Seventh street, the well known and popular re- sort ln th Bowery, I'.lll maintains lis j reputation. Mr. Wlrkkala Is an txpe- i rlenced man In his line of business and keeps on hand only the best grades of wines, liquors and cigars. Concert every evening furnishes amusement for visit ors, and Professor Sehwalje, the well known pianist, Is making the music one of the features of the place. Call and ' bring your friends with you. i f Those men's 12.00 shoes that fit perfectly, wear as they should, are solid, honest leather, and more lowly priced than you are usfd to seeing such shoes. THE ARCADE. For the best of commercial job print- lng call at the Astorlan Job office. I TERMS EVER OFFERED FOR SUCH Columbia Harbor Land Button, Button Who"s Got the Shirt Waist? The new woman has got a far a collar button anyway, and they cover more ground than moat pt man' appareling. j31"" "a,M aeu Consisting of pair cuff link, three stud buttons and collar buttons, So, to TV; set ALBERT DUNBAR AROUND TOWN. The fault of others Is easily perceived. , but that of oneself Is difficult to perceive. A man winnow his neighbor' fitults like chaff, but his own fault lie hides, as a cheat hides the false die from tile gam i bier. Buddha. House cleaning and house hunting are : again in fashion. ! R T. Englebrecht returned last evening to his home In Seattle. H B. Parker went to Portland Sunday evening on a business trip. Mackintoshes, rather than milliner). ! were at a premium yesterday. The tailor made girl wear only gloves Ut t with mannish clasps. Charles Campbell Is spending a few days in Portland on a visit to his ft tends. Mrs. W. L. fhlenhart left last evening on the Telephone for a week's visit In Portland. "Laugh during your meals If you wish to be free from dyspepsia," la a good rule to re mem ber. The bark Doxford, which arrived In yesterday, replenished Its larder from Ross, Higglns & Co. 'a store. Martin Olsen. Otto GrinJe, and Messrs. Jackson and Thomas, of North Shore, were visitors to the city yesterday. The physicians of the city report an un usual amount of sickness Just at this time, but there are no cases of conta gious diseases. A corps of engineers were engaged yes terday In establishing the grades on Jer ome avenue, preparatory to the Improve ment of that street. The steamer O. K. yesterday took a large load of supplies, and a number of men In charge of Mr. C. J. Corey, to the camps above Tongue Point The Prussian band which has been making such popular music In Astoria during the past few days, left for San Francisco on yesterday's steamer. A stylish black dotted veil haa a white edge, and when artistically fastened on the two ends frequently form a but terfly effect at the back of the head. Owing to the stormy weather few country people ventured out yesterday and the condition of the road as pictured by those who did come to town, was anything but good. The many friends of Captain Peattle, of the Inverness-shlre, will be sorry to learn that that gentleman leaves with his vessel today for Portland. He Is one who will be missed. Agent Lounsbc-rry yesterday afternoon received a telegram from Portalnd stat ing that the Ocklahama had started down the river with the British ship Kirkcudbrightshire, The Every Monday Club met yesterday afternoon at the residence of Mrs. Her man Prael. The club Is busy preparing for the sale of fancy articles which will take place in the near future. The weather yesterday was proverb ially uncertain. Rain, hall and sun shine made a mixture not altogether airreeable, but the prophet promises us better things In the near future. The "Slnbad the Sailor." and J. H. O'Neill Dramatic Companies l-ft San Francisco yesterday morning on the State an,i will paHfi through here tomorrow morning, on their way to Portland, H. O. Borthwlck. of Goble. was In the cltjr ye,t,.r,iay and closed a contract wllh the r!ll!r0!id company, for t,,w ties, t0 denv,.rw1 )n the mmedlate future, to be used at New Astoria and Flavel. Cashier J. E. Hlgiflns, of the Astoria National Hank, with his son, left yes- . i . .. ... , , ....... a Fran,:,B,0 Mr Ted Warren came over front Warrenton, and will assist In the hank "ur,n Mr. Hlgglns- absence. j. 0. Hanthorn cn,ma,e,j a narty of friends Sunday afternoon by taking them on u tr, HT'ltlnii th ba on , new yacht. Refreshments of various kinds i kept the wolf away from the door, until the party landed on terra flrma again. The Portland Presbytery will meet m this city today. The conference will be held In the Presbyterian church, and aliout thlrty-Hve delegates are expected to take part In the proceedings. The re tiring moderator will preach the sermon at o'clock tonight. 1 In the latu r part of the day, Dr. Estes says, the feet are at their maximum size. Activity and standing tend to en largo tho feet. If people would remem ber this rule, there would not be so : many complaints of shoes, when worn, being too tight, which when fitted, uppear j to be comfortable. ! In the police court yesterday. Charles Baker, charged with vagrancy, was on trial. He was fined , but Judge Nelson agreed to suspend this If the man would GRAND PROPERTY Co., cor. Bond and 1 It h Sts. leave town, lie went up on the Tele phone last night. Robert l.n was drunk but he failed to aiHar III court, and for feited his lull of ti. Mr. John rinnnlgan, a prominent citl sen of Coos Hay, will leave on the Alice Blanc hard on her next trip out for hi home. Mr. Freeman, of the I'nlted States en gineers' department of Portland, who for some years has been assistant engineer In charge of the Columbia river jetty work, will be a pumngcr on the Alice Dlanchard for Coo Bay, where he (or on official business. Captain J. 8. Polhemus, the engineer In charge of the government work at Ooo Bay. Slualaw and Ccquille. will leave on the steamer Alice lllanchanl for his home In Empire City. Captain Polhemus has been III In Portland for some weeks and had an operation performed uion him, which was successful. , The wedding of (lust Hall, formerly an nounced and which was postponed Ivit.T Sunday, will take place shortly. Togeth er with Capt. Mack and Professor ulseii, he was In town yesterday to procure a marriage license. The people of Fort Stevens congratulate Mr. Hull In ad- Vance on his splendid cho.e. an.1 on slder him very fortunate. The young couple will make their future home In Washington. The sceond chapter In the tragedies ot the Fenkes family was enacted hist even ing when Mrs. Fenkes. the mother. dld about 10:30 o'clock from the eff -eta of a dose of (Hilson taken from h.T own hand. From the Information obtal-iatle last night, the deed was committed be cause of some trouble or misunderstand ing between the woman and one of the elder boys. Dr. Bartell was called, but It was Impossible, when he reached the stricken woman, to save her life. All was oulet yesterday amongst the fishermen and packer. No action was taken by either side and anwy Ihe weather was so stormy that there was little Inducement for anyone to ;lh Svc retary Jensen, of the I'nlon. said that there was no truth In tho reports that the I'nlon patrolmen up the river had threatened fishermen In that territory, or that they would conrtscute any rtsh found In boats landing at the various canneries. He said that Mr. Johnson had fully stat ed the position of the men In his inter view which appeared In the Astoraln Sunday morning. Fishermen outside of the union are too few to cut much figure, and the union men propose to handle the matter entirely by moral suasion. Several well known citizen have with in the past few days, called attention to the condition of the back streets. These streets are not only dirty, but In many Instances are blocked wllh old wagons, boxes, rotten Dinnks. half-U!ed wood piles. Stumps, and other kinds of trnsh which not only look bad. but ure a hln- j drance to travel. The gentlemen com- plaining thought there might possibly I be a field of work here for the street j superintendent. He also suggested that It would greatly Improve the appearance of street. If property owner would plant grass as well as trees In the space be tween the sidewalk and curb. Now that many strangers are visiting the city dally and things are looking up generally. It would appear that the time had come to look after such details aa these. Small matters of this kind have more Influence than the casual observer would think, with strangers. In any city, particularly Investors of capital. CITY FINANCES Some Cold Figure Which Speak Themselves. for City Auditor and Police Judge Nelson, at the Instance of Chairman Wel-h, of the ways and means committee of the city council, has Just completed some very Interesting figures concerning the finances of the city. A synopsis of this statement shows that during the first quarter of l1! the warrants drawn for expense amounted to fIH.9fj0.sj0. During the same period, the warrants which were paid and cancelled, by the city treasurer, amounted to f22.09S.72. thus re ducing the Indebtedness of the city !... HC 12. Chairman Welch, of the ways and means committee, states that he has made arrangements for the taking up of all city warrants drawn against '.he gen eral fund at far better figures than have ever before been offered, if,, thus re. deems his pledges heretofore made and all parties are advised to consult him before silling any warrants drawn on the general fund. The report of the auditor quoted aliovn Includes all transactions between Janua ry 1st and March 31st. When seen last night upon thels sub-J-ct, Mr. Welch not only affirmed the above statements, but said that he de sired to brand as falHe and misleading an article appearing ln the San Francisco Financial Letter, under date of Novem be 21st, In which It Is asserted that As toria Is about to Increase Its municipal debt by a bond Issue of .7i,ij0; that at the present time the assessed valuation of property In Astoria Is about $3.Vn).ijoti; that the bonded debt of the city Is Jn. ), with a floating debt of WViO. making the total indebtedness of the city f.-a,'M, and that with the ability of the city to Increase Its water debt by lino.oon. it made It Imperative that Investors be warned of the condition of affairs. Mr. Welch says that on the contrary, the bonded debt of the city Is only JlW.ori nt the present time, and that the bonds Issued on the water account are under special net of The legislature arid on an entirely separate basis. He further states that such misrepresentation as Just quoted, has most materially afferieij the credit of the city, and forced down the price of Its warrants, even In the home market JOURNALISTIC PESTS. Astoria Has One of this Loathsome. Class of NewspaierH. The Orcgonlan. "Almost every small town illows some vile publication railing Itself a news paper to live by threatening to make exposure of the peeoiidlllo-is, Irregularities or private transactions In Ihe lives of citizens which they would prefer lo ker.p concealed. Portland Is not yet large enough to be free from thc-m pests, and It Is not to be expected, perhnps, that Astoria should la; free from them. Yet the citizens of any town are responsible for the existence of such publications BOYS FIGHTING To so to our Picnic! Buy your goods at our store; You will have fun, You will get Ihe N'sl K.xols, You will save men 'V und go to our picnic heildea on the .vh of June. Indies, lieiits. and t'hildrvn, all must have tickets. HERMAN WISE THE RELIABLE One-Price Clothier and Hatter anions thrm. Aftoru h;H one troll Is partlculary noloiec lis editor Is one of the nuwt loathsome of hH . hiss He 1 has N-en Indicted il'id .'."nl. t.d of lllwl; has t)cen whliM. and HI -k.-d ut'otit the strc, ts till men fvl ttl.it It Is a dlrti, to themselves to i'u.lo'1 or kl. k him any more: and yet thrre .ir some a ho are still afraid he itiich' pi!m something against th in. T!i.-y :ir. i i-rv iak. It Is not necessary either to Kl k horses hip or to he In the l .nt nfrnld of the varl. ts a ho print paters of t'nit .-liiss, or to pay them for silence. J,"'t b-t them alone." IS" THE ClIhVIT Col'HT Famous Waterworks i" ise Will Me ll ard ! this Morning. The circuit court was In session yrster and several InUHirtant ca-es acre ile.ided The matter of Thomas Spencer e J. P Carlson, was decide, I tn favor of the plaintiff S(etnvr had purchased from the slate some II. le lands, but, through ii ri error made by the county sunevnr, the land was represent. -.1 as N'tnu In de.-p water Accordingly. Carlson had a cor rect survey made and purchased n dee,! for It from the state. - Sin. er brought suit. and. as he had fulfilled nil the re quirements of the law. Judge Mellrl.le decide. 1 the property belonged to him. In the case of Iv K Warivn et nl vs. J. II. IVKoree. a decision was render! In favor of the plaintiff Sir Warren hud purchased a piece of title land from the state, ami the county surveyor. In mak ing the survey, made a mistake In whl.it a small ortlon of the tract was repre sented as still Itelng In pttssesslon of the state. DeForco, It aptwurs, pur-hased the pro(nrty with the full knowledge of the circumstances. ltn. Jutb'e .Xbilrltle found for the plaintiff. Eugene Richardson was grant,! nn nb- solute divorce from Amanda Mich irdson. The couple were married m Whatcom, Wn.. June X. Ivd. and lived together until octoU-r. lt. The complaint set 'or,h that the defendant ha. I committed adultery at tWU Sixth street. Portland with Harry Woods, which was proved In court. The couple had no children. The famous waterworks case was set for hearing this morning. RETl'RNKD To PORTLAND. Three Crooks Wanted for Robbing Man of Ninety-three Dollars. Detectives Simmons and Cody, of Port land, arrived down Sunday and took bark with them this morning. Theodore John son, Albert Johnson, and Frank Parks, whom Chief Ixiughery had arrest.il t at Chief Mlnto's request. The crime for which Albert Johnson and Parks are wanted Is the robbery In Portland of Sol Hnlbon. a Southern Ore gon man, the night of March II, of l".d. Holhon had been out during the evening drinking In North End saloons, where he picked up Johnson and Parks. When he returned to his room In a First-street hotel the two men accompanied him, and he told the police he thought they took his money after he f, II asleep. From the careful description given the detectives, they recognized the two men, but on searching for them they were not to be found In the city. Their description was telegraphed to nelithborlng towns, which resulted In their arrest here Theodore Johnson, who also was ar rested by the Astoria police, Is wanted In Portland for the larceny a week ago of a set of harness from the store of Harry Qultiton. AN OLD RHYME RESET. "A miction sore long time she bore I'hysens were in vain. ' At last one day, a friend did say, "You'd soon he well agnin." If you would take, as I did. Dr. Pierce's Favorlto Prescription, for that Is the cure for all the peculiar ailments of women. It Is a safe, simple and sure remedy. Jt banishes those distressing maliilles that make woman's ;ifn a bur den, curing all painful Irregularities, uterine disorder. Inflammations and ul ceration, prolapsus, and kindred weak nesses. As it nervine It cures nervous ex haiistlon. prostration, debility, relieves mental anxiety arid hypochondria and In duces refreshing sleep" B took ,h) advice, and Is well. "Favorite Prescrip tion" Is the only remedy for ihe delicate derangements nnd weaknesses of females, sold by druggists A pamphlet fre. Ad dress World's Dispensary Medical Asso ciation, Buffalo, N. Y. Asthma cured, by newly discovered treatment. For pamphlet, testimonials and references, ,i,resH World's Dispen sary Medical Association. Huffalo, N. Y. HK'YCLE ACADEMY. Sherman Ar Thing have opened a riding school next door to V i-i'le Express office. Competent Instructors constantly In at tendance. Cleveland mil Crescent bi cycles for sale and rent. OUR CORNER. A gentleman's resort, at corner Bond and 12th streMs. The finest brands of liquors and cigar always on hand. Call and try us. ANDERSON & PETERSON. The titilv plsce jn Aslnria tn ,ny CHAIN'SS SAKSAPAHILLA U at the KstHs-frian lirng Coin pony's. Use Marshall's: You take chance'on the others. NAKED ANGELS May Preach, Hut naked men can nnik. no Imi'tvs- slon; It the well-dress, d gviitlrmiut ho win beauty and position: We now have our comidrto stock In: tlentletuen will do w.'lt lo Inspect our elegant ults thry are made to til, they are well trimmed. Our price on them guarantee! the low. est. Our J shoes tor l-ndlcs or lien 1 llellien, ure Its go) iis o llitit Hl )ua are asked it for We re ' V going to keep saying that lo you lg until eierv man an! woman In 'I I )Cr, Astoria ktums It by heart. THE Ald'AHK Custom House, Astoria. Ore-,m. April IX -Seated proposals wll lie recvl ! M thl building until I: o'clock noon, April Mh, t-cM, fur furnishing fuel, II tits. i,r, ntiscellatu'tiiis supplies, washing teerls, hauling ashes, ami sprinkling streets for this bull. ling during ihe fiscal year riMing June . is?, or such portion of the year us may Ik deemed uiKls.iiic. The right to reject any and all bids is reserved by the treasury department (HAS II l'AUl' I Custtxlun. AUVKHTIMKP l.KrrKllS. The following I at the postottlc. April il. IK. Hush. .Mr. Sue. Janscrt. Itotiert. I -arson. John U. Itogers. Joe. Fatt. C. II. W fisher, l. It. Mti-rs were umall'd for In Amur! on March llurklnshaw, drome Joensun, Julius Pittenaele, Minnie. Ttemoe. Miss lna. Wist, Mrs. Ilullln MASONIC NOTICE. All member of His John Chapter, So. II. It. A. M , are hereby specially nuillled that at the regular convocation to lie h.l.l this, Tuesday evening, April lull there will In. work In the Hoy il Arch degree ami nicml-rrs are required lo ta prompt In attendance at 7:30 p. m. So , attendance at 7:30 p. m. Bo- -umpunlons are cordially Invlt- pres.' at am! Join In the work. journing ci ed to be JAY TITTLE, M. E. 11 P NOTICE TO WATER CONSUMEII8. All service pipes thai ai now connected with the old main on Mb street between Franklin avenue and Astur streets, must be changed lo the new main on th street by April 11 Al to all service pipe that are now con nected with the old main on Bond street between th street and 2nd street, must be changed to the new main on llond street by April Hlh. The abovo mentioned old main will be taken up and water consumer will gov ern themselves accordingly UEO. A. HHIELPS, Supt. REMOVAL. Having removed to Bond street next doer to Jeffft's reslsurant, I respectfully In vite my friends and other In need of good, honest footwear, to call on m In the new plce. New work aa well a re pairing. Oood workmanship and live and 1st live price. S. A. U1MRE. AN ENIGMATICAL BILL Of FARE. For a dinner, served on th Dining cars I of the Chlcsgo, Milwaukee and St. Paul1 Railway, will be sent to any address on receipt of a two-cent postage stamp. Apply to Oeo. H. Hinfford, General Pas senger Agent, Old Colony Building. Chi cago, Illinois. Two thing worth knowing first to make friends; next, to k'ep them. We believe our granite wars stock Is doing that dally. Large Dish Psn 42 cents. THE ARCADE. Tli best blissl purifier is CHAIN'H HAHHAI'AKILLA One hundred and twimly-Hvo dose for Beaver Hill Gilman Coal ...Try It For Family or Steam Purposes. CLEAN... Reasonable In Price ELMORE, SANBORN & CO. As"nt, AntorU. The reason why the Burlington makes the fastest time to Omaha, Kansas City and St. Louis Is because It Is the short est aa well as Ihe best built line to those nnd ALL OTHER southern and southeastern titles. Tickets and tlme-tublcs at the local ticket ofllce. Letters of Inquiry ad dressed to the iindershrned will receive PROMPT at tention. A. C. SHELDON. O. A.. Portland, Or. j Liz.'1- -t- ' DOES YOUR BOY CLIMB? I your hoy quiet and studious, or I he llvrlyT W can mill either: we have Ihe fine dressy stills or the rough and tumble kind, with double knee, double eat, ami patent waistband. V have Ihe style We quote the lowest price. Sherry, Angelica and Port Wines ...The Finest Whiskies... And the Best Cigars ...r.. FOARD & STOKES CO. Hustler's Astoria Twentieth St. Good Reason I ' V 11 V ' Lots Are Selling! ASTORIA INVESTMENT CO., 48 2 Bond Street. . - - - - After (Deals I Or at any other time when you wish a kmkI ciifiir fisk for the well known, home-miulo, hand mndo, white labor ciKiir "La Uelle Antorla " Outvdi'd by nil smokers to bn the Ixwt oiunr manufactured. W. F. SCHIEIJE, 71 Ninf? Street, Aitorls. Oregon. IS THERE? Is there a man with heart so cold, That from his family would withhold The comforts which they all could llnd ln articles of FURNITURE of the right kind. And we would suggtat nt this season a nlc Sideboard, Extension Table, or set of Dining Chairs. We have the largest and finest line ever shown In the city and at price that cannot fall to please the closest buyers. THssBasBUass9BBVas ilii HEILBORN ll SON. SPRINGLIKE These griitls shower ,tr but tempora ry; In a few day we will baak III III irlug sunshine: V have our spring slock In; Our spring suit and pants; liur spring hat and -aps: Our spring Ilea, shirts and collar; guollty hlghl Price low. ami McKee Ave. Is Mtllllttil oil till' SOU t II fills' ot An- i toriu's liills Twuity (Irjjrpps viiriiiT ninl vip'tu tioii thirty tlays in mlvniirt' of tin North. hiilf Mnnifuviit siti s fi r n sith nri s, over looking river ninl I my, viiiinv ami hIicI tcrcil. Kii.xy ami natural rntltf; little or no railing lU'cfsfary. - 4-1 -j-i They Lack Life There are twines sold to flshormeq on the Columbia liver that stand In the am relationship to Marshall's Twins as a wooden Image does to ths human being they lack strength Ufa evenness and lasting; qualities. Don't fool yourself Into ths belief that othef twines besides Marshall's will do "Just as well." They won't. They cannot A. V.ALIvIIN, DEALER IN Groceries, Flour, Feed, Provisions, Fruits Vege tables, Crockery, Glass and Plated Ware. Loggers' Supplies. Cor. C. sud Squtmuqus Streets. Aitorl. Ore !'" up m mm Few Hen Would Ask for a Finer Dinner than thoe we erve. We'r. trying la every way to make them the most en joyable ln town. All tho "good things" (f tho season cooked by our excellent cook-In the most delicious style. Per fect service. If you invite a friend to the Palace Restaurant the place I a sutllclent guar ar.le that he will receive a good meal. The Palace Hestanrant