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THK MOHNlJKO ASTORlAf. 'IUESDAY" OCTOBEU
BOOKS AND SLATES
FOR HOYS AND GIRLS
The KropenlnR Dty of School tbr
Siddost of All the Year.
WORK AS WELL AS PLAY
Is the Lot of All Ibe World whether
Young or Old.
V !( upon a tlms n adult poet wroi
about Hi reopening of hioi, IU fold
0 ths glad fact erf th children, of
their delight l one more a1ng iMr
uciu teacher Mil of their wild dealr
to return in (Mr book and iIUm Ii
was all vary' pretty ami reallaile. IU
tiad th children saying thai thry would
' Buii again wlih Joy returning,
nliuw him iiivy uv in path of learn
ing. When autumn'i rich and mellow
slake tvery heart and lungu rvj.ito."
Other aludeiiui of tha child hnd
have written verse depicting in grief
of the lint boy hn b ha to (wtr
aw ay from hla teacher and rout for a
thre mmtli'a vnrallon. and hla watat.
Ic Joy hn ha cumat bark and begins
one mur th tadloua ollmbing toward
lh prcaldaiiry of tha UnlUd Htataa
It P'UI Up dUH'ouraaliMI lo tha tltll
HID lo think that ai can navcr ba
prraldrnt of tha United tltatva
No wondar aha doa nut dlaplay that
amhualaain In tha awrch for truth,
that frvrtah appllmdon to work and
that ovrwhlmlii( affaiHloa fur tha In
structor which characterlia tha amall
by In a city Ilka Aatorta.
Lawranra llladna, huwwvar, waa a
aad arrptlun to tha (vnaral rula of
th boy i who flfura In th aonf
book and Chriatmaa atorlr. ritlful
to rrlaiK, ba had no dlatlnnt amUtlaa
to b praaldent of tha Tnltad 'Slalra.
lla wanted to ba a niotonuan on a!n
alectrlo car, tlur kvir of a candy
at ire or a performer In a circus, und,- a to prepare a
he didn't murh car whh-h, a eavh of 'new puplla wa a
these stalliMia was surrounded by so
many advantages that on could nut
fall to be happy. Instead of thoroughly
1 loving hi ' trA'her. and nailing her
"fnd and true" as tha boy in th
Oft book did. he waa In the bat.lt of
calling her by her butt name when
sha wasn't around, What waa more,
he had been raught picturing her with
frit eurls and enormous eye-gluaar and
showing (ha libelous drawing to other
boys. Contrary to all tiMdlllona, be
had gone Into panuysm of Joy on
that June day when th school year
ended In a glory of recitations and
home-made boquets. During the week
of vacation, ha had romped In th
country, getting blister on his bark
and stone bruise on hla hwls. Home-
' times h cam borne with crabs In hi
pocki'ta and nand In his ears, and had a
his dump hair streaming down la his
re. and hla waist atreakeil with
black mud. Hut never once during his
long vacation did Lawrence Biggins
cl.isp hi mamma's hand and say, "Oh, !
dearest, when shall I gt bark to my
loving teacher and learn how long It
will tak'i six men to dig a dIUh If
"three men tan dig It m eighteen days."
A a climax to this extraordinary and 1
perverse conduct,' her waa Lawreno
Hlggins on th ;nornlng of th first day '
of school complaining of general laal
tud and ekhibltlng a strong daslr to
extend his vacation. H said h waa
' klok. 'You were all tight yatrday,"
aald hi mother. "You and Krby Allen In
playtd Mrcui all afternoon and kept
th neighborhood In An uproar. If yoa
feel ahle-td play clrcua J think you
can manage to go to school. The
sooner you recover from lhat tired feel-1
Ing, the better." It hurt Lawrence's'
feelings to'thlnk A his mother Was succeed. :
o IndlffcMnt to hi sickness. 'Til go
lo school,", be aald. bitterly, aa he' ,,,,.
.trappeg up hl.'neW .iooka. II fo. $JQV A PUI.PITS
evrn h i tan over ngnt in in scnool
house and they have to bring me home.
Dor gone It." And hie did go, hit
mother smiling after him and telling
him to be good. Hit oritlcal symp
toms disappeared as soon aa he had
turned the flrat corner, i
For the moat laggard boy there la a Let
certain novelty In the incidents of . the o
flrat day, and th1 nP to take Ihe oil
paln from the return to Imprisonment, lent life of Paul. Scoffed at, spit upon,
Lawrvnce had a new set of books In dungeon cells, apparently never at I
and was to tak hi place In a new r1' yet see how he write to hi peo
grade. Thl not only meant that he pled, what wonderful peace. God looks
would b, In , new room, where the down' upon our 1 1 yea, 'whatever they
desks wore largvr, but that he was to may
have a hex teacher also. Aa he Think of the possibilities ot the love
stumped along towards the school house with which God loved his own eon.
and occasionally looked down In dl- That love we may share. We are prom-
gust at his ne.v and squeaky shoes h Ised
began to wondor If the new teexher pleasure but fullness of Joy. You ae
would be an Improvement on Holden, the Bt. Lawrence river nnd may won-
or, to be respectful, Mis Holden. Mis dcr
ii . .i m i
For mil DUtoua and Nervous Dlsordors Sick
Headaoho, Constipation; Woak Stomach,
Impaired Digestion, Disordered LIvjr, and
Baham'i PlHt hi th Nrf ! of rf PfrrlUrt Vatllcln In lh world. Thti hu b0
sMbUfVaxl WltbOfit Ut pMlrCaltM 91 1MIIMWIV
I HoMiii had been hla teacher tha year
before, and although alio waa a jiale
llitla woman, nulla alendor and
mlld-mannorrd, aha had kcrt Uwrmri
and una or two othora undif such Ann
dli'lllnt thBit aviit they could never
uiiuVraUml how aha did It. Lawrone
Ml In with tha Allan boy and uma
mors boon companions, They, too, had
nrw html lull and wra In a conttl-
ll'iti of doubt,
Ilia first day of fthmil. No olhar
day In tha calendar la juitt Ilka It. Th
ai'liiiolhouaa diwan't seem Ilka tho aaina
oW plare, with lla frwshly whitened
walla and giirl suggestion of bouaa
cleaning. There ara atrange children
who hava moved In and somo of tha
old one hava movad out. Tb rw no
tion room of tha nfth-gradrr hua be-
vulllt tb twine of th fourth graders,
who foal I hair promotion keenly and
wonder how they avar could have been
satisfied In tha other pine which baa
now bevotntf (ha aboda vf (h "kltls,"
Th f.aW And marvaluualy clean book
aeam litu hard over In tho laal half
and ara aver ao much larg.-r than tha
old sura Th bogliuilng of th naw
yrar dot not upset everything, rkanc
who aat In ba k rows ara now In front
cits. lAwrnnc Who had been kept
up In fnatt by Mis llolden, lecled
a plar In th bark, aa far from thu
teacher's duak aa ha could plant him
alf. 8he waa llier whvti h arrived
a ratbur buxora woman of 10, wearing
a gray cluth twn. They called hor Mia
Dun I am. Hlie iinllrd upon Lawrence
and Inquired hi nam In th sweetest
manner possible, On hr dk waa a
buqual of (lowers, Mlaa Dunham ap
peared lUtli a gentle suul that Law
rence waa Immensely rfllrvrd and told
tho Ltaberniatl boy tliat ha wouldn't ba
afraid of her. Memory ta abort. Ha
forgot that Mlaa Holden hail linpreeard
him In tha aarne way Juat on year be
fore. On th Drat day of athoot tha
teacher I alway good natured, there
la alway a boquet of flowera, and the
children ara always certain that they
will never get Into trouble with auch an
amiable creature. In her opening
aiieerh, ktlaa Dunham cracked aeveral
joke which cauaed bolaterou laughter,
Lawrence laughed very loud because
ha wanted to get Into her good grarea
th fret thing. Ha somehow Imagined
that all during the year etie would
do nothing but entertain them 'With
funny remarks. After her little
peer)) h began taking their name
roll. Among the
big boy named
Mjrphy. Lawrvnr and a few other
studied him with much Interest, feeling
lhat they .would know mir ' about
him later on. The flrat morning moved
smoothly and pleasantly. About the
only work to be don was to arrange
the rlasara and give out the first les
una. When this had been arcoin
'pllshed the new teacher said she would
pecl to hava them com back pre-
paml to begin In earnest and with that
she let out school for the day, much
to the surprise and gratification of
Lawrence, who saw a ten-mile horse.
back ride In sight. He was delighted
with th new teacher. It wasn't very
teacher that told funny stories and let
out school early. Not murh. "We've
got a good teacher bow," waa the re-
port to hi mother. "Tou'd better wait
week or two," she suggested. "Aw
she's all light. She let us out early.
I'm glad T got Into the fifth. Tomor-
row I'm going to tak her some flow
"You must be Infatuated with her,"
she mid. "I'm afraid It Won't last
Mr. Hlitglns expressed th aarne opinion
that evening. "Tou wait until she
oalcti you throwing wads."
"She won't catoh me. I'm too quirk
"Now, that's a contrite spirit, Isn't
It." asked Mr. Hlggtna of his wife.
"Then h leaned back In his chnlf jid
roared, "Don't do that," pleaded Mra
Hlgglns. "You ara almply encoursg-
tks boy to get Into mischief.
"Oh, he's reformed now.' You're go-
log to b good and get along with yourl
new teacher;-Isn't that so?" '
.'.'Tou bot I am.
Tim alone will tell how Lawrence
Continued from page 1
with Qod. If we ar right with Ood
we will be right with our fellow men.
us seek peace and pursue It and
to God for that peace that paaaeth
understanding. Look at the turbu-
be, and proffers comfort and peace.
pleasure for evermore, not holiday
at the mighty volume of water flow.
iu wnti ua u OMU, ft All anif ivartti
Thonundf Suffer From It and Do
r Not Know It
Boa. aV. T. Wlmbarly, Collaotor of th
Port of If aw Orlsans, La, and rasmtwr
f th National Republican Commllts,
la writing of P-ru-n,a7i
i Hon, A. t, Wlmbarly,
" Pa-fl-aa Dnf MTg Co, Oolombas, O.i
"Oflnttemaa-I bar oad Pa-n-n and
eaa lladlj raoommand It aa balcg ail
jroa repreaent. 2 wish that rrtrj man
Who to la Bead of a good toalo eoald
know of IU 1 would advia all snen lo
tak II mow, aad aa aor 11 woold oarer
b rrsts4.a A. T. Wlmbarly.
Pa-ra-aa to an ts tarsal rmdr a
solaottflo ratsady for catarrh. It oars
aUna wherarar located. lla cores
last. Pa-ra-aa glraa strength by atop
plog wast. By earing lb moon ltn
rlohaa ta blood. . By elaaasiag th
maoooa aMmbraaa It praaarr Ia
vital foraaa. ,
Th North Psniflo Itrewery, of which
Mr.Joba Kopp is proprietor, mskna beer
for dome' and export trade.
Horth Pacific Brewerg
Ing on century after century, but you
go to the Great Lakes which supply it
and you woadrr that the liver Is not
gealcr. We observe a Christian life
a id may wood r at the Joy and peace
In the midst of trials and tribulations.
but go to the fountain head, view the
boundless ocean of God's love and our
wonder erases. For the Kingdom of
Uod Is not meat and drink but right'
ousnrss and peac and Joy In the Holy
Carlyle. ! 1
Bllonis la th elemont In which
great thing fashion themselves to
gether, tha at length they may
emerge, full formed and majestic, Into
the daylight of life, which they ar
henceforth to nil.
2 niimi1yt 4 . T
I ffirnnww?i "i? V0TTy 1
1" tT "11 Mrerfcfrtk ,m-4JI
milkman In tha ?
morning ; no S
cream fcr tho. a
ex((ce; no milk J)
for the baby.
CONDENSED MILK f
ta always available." Has stood T
J first for forty years. J
1 Bead tor Book eaBalM." X
2 soanors eomcirsn mm. co, k. y. S
DRAYING AND EXPRESSING
AU Ooods Shipped io our Care
Will Rolv Spaolal Attantioa.
HI Duan Bt,
W. J. COOK. Ugr
Has. Tat. IU.
MOTT'S PENNYROYAL PILL
Thf tivnrrnmet WnMki,u t-,w.
Irtrltv mul omisfimtt.ihr rtiiinn
Kiul Imiilhti " )alns of nttiiftt nn
) U.-n." Titty mrm "Ii( Hmrrm'
ti trtrln itt wiiinritiKil, nnjinn dev
Vf loiinifiil nr it. vn ii a anil boflv. Nl-
titviu. i;iium iiu
tlu hutin L
coiiifi n (lli-jf-'irf-r Ml pr bos
itv mini. Nqiii tv 4rtmirl' ,
KOTV CliKMlCtU 0O..VIiUvt'
A oomtant drain of mucus from tho
ytBj 1 known aa tytumio catarrh.
TliU majroecor from any organ of tb
hod. fivaUmlM mI.V. I.
J " "M iuvi win
moa in spring and aummtr than In tb
Dr. Raohsl A. Magaw.WWastJaffsr-
on B treat, flprtagOald, Ohlot "Tour
Pa-rn-na to worth Its wtlght la told
I feal Ilk anew woman. I can't praise
II nongh. J spent a great deal of
money on doctors, bat nothing vr did
m any good until I sent to you and
triad your P-ra-na. 1 now feel wall of
Ralph W. Ohnllp. of La Porta. Ind
say the following as regards Pa-rn-na'
for catarrh i 44 1 had ba tumbled with
catarrh for lh
I became so bad
yar and a half
p that tooj
my head wa
ally toy itotn-
ach boam sff acted, and eight month
ago I bad to quit work. I lost in
weight from 1 pounds to 140. I was
oompUtely discouraged. J procured s
botu of P-ra-na and had not token
half th bottle, waan. lo my Joy and
surprise, I began feeling batter. My
t4 bagtnlog! natter tb discharge
began to dry up, I kspt on, and have
now taken two bottl. I bare resumed
my work, have a good appetite, and bavt
not fslt better In tea years. I am nw
10, aad I thank Pe-m-na for th way I
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Kate and tickets to Eaatern points ano
Trnimrw,. Alan ln.n , n. i . i ,
and Australia. Can be obtained from j. B.
f.VX'Vii. "caei agent i.h Th nl at.
R. KOEHLER. C, H. MARKHAM
Managed. O. IT. A p. a.
Through tickets East for lowest rates
Call on C. J Trenchard, local aaent,
TrVef.S Fargo Comsaors efflo. Astoria,
looy . 70
TUB "Nortn.WsUrn Limited" tratas,
alactrtd lighted throughout, both ID
Id and out, and steam Heated, are,
without eiotptlon, the finest trains In tb
world. Tbay embody the latest, aswest
and beat Mass for comfort, convenlene
and luxury rvsr offtrad the traveling
public, and altogether ara th most ootn.
plate and splendid production of the ear
Thaee Splendid Trains
The Great Northern
The Northers Pacific and
The Canadian I'aciric
AT ST. PAUL FOB .
CHICAGO sod the EAST,
No extra charge for these superior aa.
eommodattOBS and all elassea of tickets
are a Tillable for passage on th famous
"Nortb-wsstsrn Limited." All trains oa
this line ars protected by th Interlocking
VT. H. MEAD. F. C. SAVAGE.
If yon go east via Bluings aad th
The Burlington root run
through tourM aieepera twlo a
week, Sea'.tla to Kansas City Oat
00 at any point along ths main
line of ths Northern Pad fie in
Washington or Montana gat oft
at Kanea City.
8tandard sleepers, every day In
the week. Btxte to St. Louts via,
Ltnooln, Omaha and 0t Joaeph.
A. C. SHELDON,
General Passenger Agent,
Oregon Short Line
THE DIRECT ROUTE TO
Montana, Utah, Colorado
and all Eastern Points. 1
I Give choic of two fiavorlto routes, via
ths Union Psctflo Fast stall Line, or
th Rio Grand Scenio Line, ,
LOOK AT THE TIMS
1J Days to Salt Lake
2J Days to Denver
3J Days to Chicago
41 Days to Npw York.
Free reclining ohalrs, trpholsterad toon.
1st aleeptec cars, and Pullman palao
steepers, operated on art tratoa.
For further Information, apply to
G. W. . LOUN8BERRT,
Agent. O. R. A N,
I Or Aston, Onaron.
C. a TERRY. W. B. COMAN.
Trav. Pass Agt Gen. Agent
Ut Third Bt. Portland. Or. . ,
OohimMa RWer and ruget Bound Nart
Bailey Oatsert leave Astoria dally.
except P-unday, at 7 p. m. .
Leaves Portland dally excent Bun.
day at 7 a. m.
white Collar line ticket and O. 11.
It N. tickets lTHerc!'angeable on Bailey
Gatsert and Hasualo. Far between
Astoria and Portland, 50 cents.
A. J. Taylor. Astoria Aat.
V. B. SCOTT, Telephone 11L
When people ar contemplating trip.
whether on business or pleasure, they
naturally want the beet eerrVca ob
tainable so far aa speed, comfort aad
safety Is concerned. Employes of ta
WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES. , ax
uald to serve the public and our train
are operated so as to maka close ooa
neotloo with diverging lines at aB
Juncvtlon paint. '
Pullman Palacs Sleeping and Chair Cars
on through trains.
Dining Car service unexoelled. Meal
served a la carta
In order to obtain 'M !vt etnas servioe.
axir. tai tiC" "r"' sell you a ticket
TheWiscoasf.; Central Lines.
and you wilt maxe direct oonnectlone at
St. Paul for Chicago, Milwaukee and
all points east
For any further Information call on aay
ucxet agent, or correspond with
JA8. C. POND, Gen. Paaa. Asrent,
or JAS A ClOC'K, Milwaukee, Wis.
Hi Stark 8t Portland Ore.