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THE . MORNING ASTOKIAX,- U'NlAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1901.
S P E CI A L . TT H I S - W B B Kj u!n Kr , Sr
nii- ii una vi inn pimurr ii i. uur
UHumirr nay it i the ixt in town;
they ought toknow.-JOHNBON IUIOH
$1,50 LADIES' KID GLOVES
DENT'S OWN MAKE. ,, ,
FOR $1.23 PER PAIR
1ho art first quality good and wo have all alios and a good assorim-nt
All contracts for uJvcrtiMinK In
tliu Atilun nrc inaJc on 11 ittinr
antce o( circulation (our IIiiuh
nr(cr than thut of uny paper
publlnlicJ or circulated in Chit
pfltTI.ANO, Kb. 21-Or'g.ni, Waah
Inifi'iii iii'il lilnlin; oc hI(piim rain and
iii'lmlily iuit Hfiuw In dm iiiiiunlaliiii
Tin ""' flrkt-tinHM barbers at the Of
Mrn. Ilulfrlrh, of (Irnyi Itlvrr, It at
J. I". Hurl, of Taci'ina, li la AtO-
rln on t)iilnt.
It. i:. MiOulr. of 8-ald waa In
the city limt lilghl.
biihily ir-h rg. two duirn for IS
cents, at Johneun uroa.
Captain M II. ItolxTtJ). of Hun Fran-clm-i.
I at the Occident,
Hot lt-etiit meat. Riding Hitur
ant. til Commercial iwt,
Hnr report Wind, uih, brlk; fg
and rnin; bur, olncurrj,
jetT's ramaurant tht largest and
bt. A trial will convince you.
Vhir 1 yu art your Sunday din
II it.' 1 tHe inliip at Ilia Cwitral Hotel,
Japaneie gnoda of all kinds cheep at
Yokohama baiaar. tzt Commercial Ht.
ri.H4.ii deli-Kiiilon la the liglxla
ut will .ntably leach Aalorla to
Mr. Ir, t'aywul and n. of Port
land, arc iunta of Mm. lr. August
Chart K. ilmcy and wife, of Troy.
N. Y.. arc raMrrn tourlnt at present
vtnlttnac In Kalrm..
HrhiMd Huprlnttndent Lyman re
turned viil'T1ay from an Inaprrtlon of
the t hoot at SiimlJo.
The ll' V. A. O. Ityd.iulnt. ator of
tlw svUili I.uth-rm chun h returned
ymtrnliiy from Mcmcw, Idaho, where
h attended the conference of the d1-trlrt.
BKHT HCRNT MEAL; ItlSINOI
Sweet nil vol oranges from It cente
to 40 cuts a down, at Joimaon uroa.
Tin- Hrltlah Khlp Qu.--a Victoria, with
a curRo of KKiln fur tlx Hulled King-
ioin, paHBi'il down imt nlifiit.
A wuiMlmr In IiIkIi I If- will not ! a
ltu;iy 0110 unl'fn you have one or rinii-
er IliMthi-r'a new mo wrinsera.
JnMiii'i"l"y want l tun Hon In airiull
family, where, Im ran attend school.
timiilrq Jt BI3 t,oiiiinrcla.l street.
iCIrur and alilne; Qoid nope, Thrash
er, anU-irunt, unlon-mado pluf tobac
c. Have your taga. TUy are val
Clatm.p Vlavl Co., M. Elinor Duffy,
coimiv manager. UfTIr. Tlghp llotvl.
orUr h.Hit. 9 u. in. to 6 p. m. Krtdaya
Tho t'liliii-w were overly Jubilant laat
lilKhl and huge rop' of flre.ira ki-r
who iM-t ff In tin- Mongollun quarter
In th arly evening.
The t am -r ICieitrlc took a large
liiirty Of young h h ty Moiln to Knapc
ton laat night, whiro Uaficing wan en-
joyed until a lute hour.
Cream puro rye. Amertca'a flnmt
whldkey. The only pure ico1: gvar
unto'd rich and mellow, JOHN L.
CAItl.HON. Bole Ag.nt,
The ltv. and Mra. Henry Marrotle
iri lvi .I 111 Aatorlu lunt hIkIiI. Mr. Mar-
rolte will occupy the pulpit of tlw.
1'renbyterlan thuah t'Kluy.
John A. Montgoaiery ha openel a
hop at 421 Hond airwt and U prepan-d
to do nil cla of plunihlng ana tin
ning at the loweat poaaible ratea.
A mall oonalgnmtnt of rlr. wine.
Drr'rai'keia And pater waa entered at
the uatoin houa-! yealerilay by tin?
1 onMirnrei. Hun Yuen Lung A Co.
ItoRlyn coal laata longer, ! cleaner
and makea lea trouble with atove and
chimney flu-a than any other. George
W. Sanborn, agent. Telephone 1311.
M, )(. Knox, a Portland btmlnewi
man ronnerted with on of the larg-
vni printing ealablUlimrntf In that city,
wo In Aatorla yemerday on a plcaa-
ure trip en route to in ocean.
All Interesting meeting of the Worn-
an'a Club woa held yt-Ktetxlay after
noon at which popera were rad on tlw
iibject ni famoua collegi" of the Unit
ed Htutea. The urogram waa varlod
by ipunIc. colli'git- Nongir by a, Uaret
being the feuturx. together with a aolo
I by Mr. Kit Inge Klinore, of Milwaukee,
Tho Norwegian trump nlimt Hear
pHiio, which cleared yealcrriay with a
general cnrg for the Orient, had al
inoNt eiillr-ly a cargo of Oregon pro
duction. Tim only exception wan dec
ide material for VlaillvoHtock. Other
lien, on tin- manlfeHt Itncluiled 17,2.'0
barrda of Hour for Julian, lx bate of
paper for Khangliul and two bundle of
treea for Korea.
Mra. KimiicIn preaioii, niottmr of
Mra. M. It. i.hPr, db-d yntierday rnorn
Inu at the r-aldence of hir daughter
on Klfteentli atr-ei. Mm. PicMon, who
waa M yi'iira of age, hk a native of
Kngland and had lo-eti a renhp-nt of
A at irui for ''overal yeara, Tli funeral
will !) h'ld Aloniluy from hT bite real-
ib iice and Interment will bv In Ocean
Vli w c inelery, uud will be private.
A number of little iieopie were en-
let t iln. d I'rlduy by Mlaa lma O. Fa
labeiid, 'the occaalon being her tenth
'iirthdiiy. The guer(a preaent wepe the
MlioieN J.'na ami Vlop't Kuatabend.
Kloieme Hough. Inx Htocktoii, Maude
Kiihh, Imi Oolieku. Oladya Harry,
IMIih HurfU; MaMera Thayer KldehalKh,
lluae l.ii,(iiii.ii, Mervyn Trojvr, Frank
Hough. Htephen llalieraluun, Kben Fur-
iiion. (j.-rald i'Wh. Mvannun Tru
dell ii ml N Ml Kendall.
1-Ptity Colkxior of th' 1'ort Mc
Lean yi-Hlerday meapurvde the two
iliit-M bulldliiK In I-athi-r'a ahlpyard.
Tlo- Neuion Im being built for. the
AlmoVi FUhermen'a Packing Company
mil the Vuiuuard In for Cuidulna Itan
ium and Sklbbe. The tneaxuremeriti
of the two bonin are appended; New
ion Ictijfth, 414 feet; Icam lit feet;
ili ii'illi, 4 3; groai) tonouKC, 21' P.I; n-t
I'liiiiiig". liifio. Vanguard length,
tJIOi; l-am. 1H.1; depth. I K; grona ton
nage. T.i; n.'t tonnag' CI.
Lenin U'lttinii. a clgannuker, and
llecior Canipheil, a logger, became In
volved In n low In the Kunnyalde
liM.it yeerday that rinultil In Wen
ton lining arreatetl by Conatable Kel
ly for aanault. He pli.-ke up a bil
liard en., and attempted to reach
Cumpbeil with tli? heavy end of the
Mirk, but waa fortunately prevented
from no doing-. JuMlce of the Peace
Crowrr MihiK-mled aentenre upm Ve
lon'a promlir" to be goK and mtf atlr
up roukh houen without provocation.
An unuHiial occurrence happened on
the down train Friday night, wbx-n a
child waa born lo Mra. Abbott, whoa?
hiiMbund In a nillroad aectlon hand at
Clifton. Wlien the woman'f embarraaa
lug poaltlon waa known ahe waa re
moved to the chair car. Unfortunate
ly no idiynlclan wa In the train and
Mra. Abbott waa forced to come to A-
lorla for medical attention and ! la
iniw In the hoaplial here. Conductor
Hlue waa In charge of the train and
the paaoeiigera wanted the child chrlat-
ened In hi n honor.
tha bill aa It paaa-rd, thoujrh Ita provla-1 Tlllan.o'k for Aotorla for boiler repalra
lona were not aa brood aa the Aatoria waa obliged- to return, owing to the
delegation favored, huh, n? comuneni rougnneaa or me bar which prevented
It a atep in tne ngni uir:ii"n ana an l ner crowing,
entering wedge for future eglnltlon
along d'alred Unea. To an Aatorlan
ciM.rter Mr. Wlae aald laat night;
"While Mr. Hahn and the delegation
frwrn Aatorla were Indlirnant and Ulaap-
polnted at the trickery of Speaker
KeeiPr, and the aharp parliamentary
oractlce by which the iiahn amend
ment waa defi'Hted, atlll 1 think .the
bill In Ita entirety haa Ita good point.
The large Tipton ranch near Itooe
burg haa been sold to W. O, Hughes,
of Ijm Angclcg, California, for ir,
Vfi, who will commence atock ralislrig
o nan extenolve acale,
Clyde Vaughn, a young ruffian who
tried to murder a 13-year-old achuol
girl at J-'fferaon. Kleaded gulltv to
It Im a beglnnltiir and opena the way annault with a dang-eroua weauon. in
for future action leading to the reault paicm Thumday. Hentence will be pro
we are working for. j ne loz-iniy wun i nuuuceu .ioniay
which aome cf the P-glalatora changed
dielr in n da over nltrht waa aurprixliiK. I lie Unut Northern rallroa1 ha
fine acriator promlned not only to vote abandoned the uae of Waahlngton fir
with ua but volunteered to apeak or i"r u and conatructlon iiun.nen an I
behulf of tho bill. When the nv-aaure hrfutfrr will uat Montana cedar and
came up ror paige :ie waa ao'-ni uo- i in ooora. j mrjge piani naa ien e
til the roll call and then voted with
th OMpoaltloti, The Corbet t contin
gent were lined up aolldly ngalimt ua
and all aorta of obstacle were put In
lh way to block our aucreKa,
The flah wheel moil maintained a
larae lobby at the atatehouae and
labliahed in lit latter atate, where
vnat timber tract have been a'iulred.
T. J. Ilrunmagln, engineer at ttK
Walla Walla Oaa and Klectrlo Lieht
Comi.any'i jilant, haa Invented a ro
tary engine that promt" to be a rje-
Ihouaiimla of dollura wre available lncen. It hoa had aeveral trials before
their cuiiiiaign to defiwt the amend-I expert ma;hlnlata who have found It
menta atT" ( tlng their Interenta. The I atiafa tory and from many standpoints
Astoria able was Inadequately repre-1 a most desirable device
armed, and while we worked hard, the
lifferrnre In number aa well as un- The extraordinary Incrtan In the
limited money being used ugalnxt us hotm-seeKers' excursions to the coaxt
placed ua at a decided disadvantage. Una year hus awMkn-U the g-iod dti
(ine feature of ttv bill gives the flHh UenK of Linn county, who want their
foinmlHalon. toniiHed f the governor. I share of the newcomers and a commit
secretary of state and stale treasurer, tee baa been appointed In Albany to
unlimited power, and they can close get out descriptive literature demon
nt will any streams In the state at
any time by giving thirty days' no
tice. Again, In prohibiting the opera
tion of the wheels In the closed sea
sons there lla an advantage. The sal
mon will have an opportunity to ascend
the river to natural spawning grounds
strutiiig the fact that Oregon In g-n
eral. and Linn county In particular.
I tne Ideal garden spot of the world.
I'matilla county women have b-en
Inf'-cted with the Carrie Nation conta
gion. About a Jozn angry wives went
without belr.g destroyed. Aliognh-r a body to a saloon at Fret-water,
w are satisfied with our half lmf, as It armed with axe and hatchets, and
were. I wunt to say that senator Ful- inreaienen uuai aemonsnmeni ir the
ton worked as hard for the bill In the proprietor refused to promise to quit
aonale as Mr. II ihn dkl In the .house. buslneaa. The women were diplomatic-
und Ix-lng skilled In parliamentary de- I ully enticed out of doors when the place
vh'.-a ami practice, i fTorta to sidetrack waa locked and further disturbance
the bill were abortive, and the neces- waa avoided
sorv change Were made promptly.
lu-gardlng other matters at the capi-I The Hrttish ship DunstafTnage, the
till I know very Pttlc. My attention captain of which refused to pay the
wis entirely tak'n up with the flsher- blood money demanded by the board-
les bill. City Allio-ney Smith and
Councilman Cook were there when I
lift, looking- after the charter bill.
A GENTLEMAN'S SP.10:(E
la what a cigar la. It will tlokla th
palate of the fastidious without de
picting hla pocketbook. Thera ton't
a cigar rolled that thera I ao much
pleasure, richness or perfect aatla
faction hidden In Ua folda for th
money as there la In a GENERAL
GOOD for five centa. A bo of
these luscious clgari ghould b on
every man'i dresoer.
THE PLACE TO BUY
FISHING BOAT SUPPLIES
AND FARM IMPLEMENTS
Joseph Zambollch, who was acmoed
of the larceny of an umbrella, was
diHrhargvd from custody yesterday by
Justice of the IVace llrower. An tone I Ing the
lmiro. Hut romnlnlnlna witness, left Hoarder,
the umbrella with the defendant while
sw-lnir the town with h party of sail
crs. letter a man called for It whom
y.amboil-'h thought was one of the
party and It waa surrendered to him.
It developed later that the act waa
PRICES CUT DEEP
We must have room for Spring I
1 Goods, and rather than carry over I
our stock of Winter Goods we have
CUT PRICES DEEPLY. . . . .
1 00 Underwear, Suit for 75
1 60 Underwear, Suit for ' 1 00
2 00 Underwear, Suit for
2 60 Underwear, Suit for
3 00 Underwear, Suit for
3 60 Underwear, Suit for
4 OOUnderwear, Suit for
4 60 Underwear, Suit for
5 60 Underwear, Suit ifor
7 50 Underwear, Suit for
8 oo Underwear, Suit for
Cine (hulrlug- a few hours of recrea
tion will make n mlmak.- In attend-
performance f 'The Star
W'hlch will be .presented htre
on next Saturday. The pluy la a farce
comedy with plenty of songs, dances.
medleys und high duns vaudeville
numbers. Mr. Itoyle will make every
Vody cnjn the"i-'iv- durli g hit clev
er rendition of scvnl comic roles, and
MIks Hue Helle Ma.1 will te seen In
her element as r coined. i-nne. Tbe com
luny Is a lurc; 6ne and have made
a tour man Aia n' to i;iui(uniu piuy
lug to crowded nouser and delighted
audiences everywhere. Reserved seat
sale opens next Friday ut C.rlllln Ac
The forthcoming song mid dramatic
recital by three- well-known and popu
lit r entertainer on the evening of
March 5th has arouced much genume
Interest among; the lx-ul amuocmer.t
devotee. Mr. J. T. Itoss, contralto
Mis Iteba Hobsoli, sopruna, and Ter
ry McKean, dramatic render, form the
trio that I hard to aeiect from when
it cornea to dccldlnc which Is the most
popular with Astoria audience?. Tlwy
will nnnqear In Joint recital, asistcd by
the well-known Columbia orthesua, un
der the ausplcea of the Every-Monday
nub or the rresbytenan cnurcn. ine
ladles who have the necltal In charge
do not hesitate to say that It will be
by far the finest entertainment of the
kind given here thl aeaaon. Mrs. J. T
Itoss and Mis llobson as vocalists of
la high order are too well known to
need further comment other than to
say that they have been devoting; much
time and work for this recital and they
will not disappoint their friends. Ter
ry McKean will appear In a nur.ber
of his quaint sketches. Those who en
Joy good, clean eonied ywork should
not fail to see him In his latest cre
ation "01' Fiddle Tunes."
Produced Frlct'ort Between -Parker and
Martin Which Reached the Courts.
Ueeauae two log booms belonging to
Lewis Martin swung under the wharf
and bumped against the spiles beneath
tho Tarker house, two well-known cltl
icns are In a quarrelsome mood and
la warrant la out for Martin, charging
him with threatening to do bodily harm
to E. C. . Parker, the complaining wit
ness. The oooms were moored near
the Parker house dock Friday by Mar
tin and the action of tho water swung
I them in under to an extent that land
ed them against the hotel support.
Park?r was afraid that damage would
he done to the uplles and remonstrated
with the owner. The discussion grew
heated until finally Parker threatened
to remove the booms himself. To this
Martin returned an answer that if he
did there would be aome gun work. At
this Juncture, which was early yesltr
iluv morning, a policeman was called
and the trouble was supposed to have
b-Min patched up when the uniformed
peacemaker departed. However, the
trouble broke out later in me aay ana
vesterday afternoon Parker applied to
Justice of the Peace Brower for a
warrant on the charge elated above.
Mil. WISE RETURNS.
A FCUTt'NE Ft ill CHARITY.
A rich man's slatetm-nt that he In
tends to devote almost his entire for
tune to charitable works haa aroused
much dUousilon. This Is because it
will ad-oiiipltHh much god. It Is a
praiseworthy endeavor, but there are
m inv other agencies which accomplish
juM as much good. Take Iloatetter'a
Htomaeh IHtt-rs for Instance the pteat
American remedy. For fifty yeara It
has i-urvd constipation, dyspepsia and
nil the Ills which arise from weak dl
ai'Ktlon. This medicine will keep the
fcimarr- in good shape and the bowels
regular. It is a wonderful n-ntoradve
tonic and health builder. It Is also
a prevention for malaria lever and
ugue. Ask for It and Insist upon hav
ing It. He that our Private Reve
nue Stamp covers the neck of the bot
lug-house masters and In consequence
was delayed at Seattle and Victoria,
because of a shortage of crew, eot
aw-ay Thursday with a full complement.
Captain Forbes found no difficulty in J
getting men In v Ictorla and two board- !
Ing-house runners, who tried to per
Ruade nv-n to desert the ship are 1
jail in victoria.
The pnsitlveness with which the an
tl-Corbett papers asserted that the
MJofl with which Janitor Gates of the
Silem stateh')Ue decamped, was part
r a corruption fund being used to
elect the Portland banker to the aen
ate. Is basd on nothing .more tanci
ble than llle corridor chat. Posaibly it
did belong to Mr. Corbett, but he is
not the only man who is spending mon
y freely at the capital. The trap
r.ieu who were threatentd with obnox
ious legislation sent a lobby that was
well supplied with cash, and It is pos
sible Gates' appropriation was from
Fancy and Staple Groceries
FLOUR, FEED, PROVISIONS,
TOBACCO AND CIGARS
Supplies of all kinds at lowest rates, for fishermen,
Fanners and Loggers.
A. V. ALLEN, Tenth and Commercial Streets
Says Fishermen From Astoria Were
Cruelly Tricked by" Speaker
Mr. Herman Wise returned yester
day from Salem, where he has been
In attendance on the legislature In the
Interest of the Hahn amendment to the
Hume fisheries bill abolishing flshwheels
In the Columbia. Mr. George Nolan
and Mrs. Nolan left Salem with Mr.
Wise but stopped over lrtfPortland. Mr,
Wise was Inclined to be satisfied with
KNAPPTON HARBOR AGAIN.
Phocnlx-Uke the Old Prediction Rises
From the Ashes of Oblivion.
A correspondent of the Raker City
Morning Democrat, who conceals his
Identity undt-r Uie pseudonym of "W."
revives the oft-told tale of the estab
llahment of a harbor at Knappton by
the O. R. & N., which Is designed pri
marily to cancel- Astoria from the
mu. The plans reads well and says
that a purl of the old grade of the
Union Puclflc from Kalama along tbe
north shore of the Columbia westerly
as far as it goes will be used and from
there to the harbor a new grade will
be surveyed and built.
Tin? authority for the foregoing: and
for the reniaind.-r of the plan Is al
leged to be a letter shown to "V
from a man In Astoria "who knows."
The communication continues and says
that such action would anticipate and
offset the plans of the Northern Pa-
dllc at Astoria. Color Is lent the new
proposition, the writer Mates, by the
tact othat true I nlon Pacific has men
CHURCH SERVICES TODAY.
At the Baptist church the morning
topic will be "Robbery;" evening. "The
.New Way." All other services as us
The topic for the Swedish service a
the Swedish Lutheran church will be
"Our Temptations and How to Over
come Them." At the English service,
the pastor, tho Rev. A. G. Rydquwt
will speak on "Remlniscenses of the
The theme for the 11 o'clock service
at the First Congregational church will
be "Nature Law as Reflected in the
Bible." The subject for the evening dis
course will be "Our Age and Our
Church. Do They Correspond?" Sun
day school at 12:15; mid-week prayei
meeting Wednesday at .7:30 p. m
At the Presbyterian church to-
nlaht the Rev. J. M. Cole, lately
Kaged in missionary work In the Fill
Islands, will give an Interesting and in
structive talk on "Cannibal Fiji." il
lustrated with stereoptican views of
out securing- the right of way between I scenes and people of the islands. Mr.
Vancouver and Kalama. The U. P. and I fole spent many years In the South
O. R. & N. are acting In conjunction. Sea Islands and Is thoroughly famll
The writer of the letter from Astoria I lar with their queer inhabitants ana
shown to "V" predicts a fight between
giants during; the coming year that will
bear the san? relation to previous
tights that basket ball does to a pitched
buttle, and It is gently intimated that
because Vanderbllt, Morgan. Hill and
Hurrimun are chummy in the East is
no sign that there will not be a warm
old time out West in the scramble for
Further on "W" suggests that Asto
ria ought to have accepted the liberal
propositions made by the O. R. & N.
in the post and the tension of uncer
tainty with such a calamity impend
ing would never have occurred. All
of which Is Important, If true.
PACIFIC COAST NEWS.
Mines In the vicinity of Ashland In
Jackson county are busy taking out
ore and the country thereabouts Is
Last Monday there were 1200 Inmates
In the state asylum for the Insane, the
inrgfst number ever confined In the lr.-
Mitution at any one time.
The tug Vosburg, which sailed from
their qu"er?r ways. There will be no
charge for admission other than the
usual collection which will be taken
up at the close of the lecture. All
friends of Christian mission work are
invited to attend.
Tho usual rvl?es will be held at
the Methodist church today. Morn
Ing topic. "A Grip That Holds;" even
Ing topic, "A Runaway Boy." The
evening sermon will be Illustrated with
large paintings. Special services will
he held every afternoon and evening
next week. Lar fee scriptural paint
Ings will be used to Illustrate the even
lug sermon. There will be special mu
sic rendered at both morning and eevn
Ing services. In the morning Mr. El
ting Flmore, of Milwaukee, will sing
Gounod's " Forever with the Lord." In
the evening Mr. Elmore will, assisted
by a chorus, render I Saw a New
Heaven and a New Earth," from Gaul's
cantata. "The Holy City."
Great AmericaiiIinDortinj Tea Co.
C71 Commercial Street, Astoria.
il Sale I
WHERE DO TOU
BOY YOUR GROCERIES?
HAVE TOU TRIED
A. W. SHIPLEY?
636 Commercial Street.
That he gives you the best there
Is to be had in the city for the
leaat money? Place an order
once and see.
C. W. BARR DENTIST
. Successor to. Dr. Ball.
573 Commercial St.. ASTORIA, OR.
TELEPHONE. RED J061.
H.F.Prael Transfer Co
DRAYING AND EXPRESSING
All Goods' Shipped to Our Car
Will Receive Special Attention.
No. ESS Dual St,
W. J. COOK. Kir
Res. TeL 11SL
A Delicious and Palatable
Drink Absolutely Pure
The North Pacific Brewery, of which I Bottled beer for ramlly use or keg
Mr. John Kopp la proprietor, maktalbeer supplied at any time. Delivery
beer for domestic and export trade. jin the city free.
Horth Pacific Brewery
Pacific N ayigation Com pan y
Steamers-"Sue II. Elmore." "W. II. Harrison
Only line- Astoria to Tillamook, Garibaldi, Bay City, Hobsonvillc
Connecting at Astoria with the Oregon Railroad k Navigation Co. and
auo tne Astoria A uoinmbia Kiver K. K. lor Sac Francisco, Portland
and all points east. For freight and passenger ratea apply j
Samuel Elmore & Co. General Agents, ASTORIA, ORE.
0. R. A. N. R. R. Co., Portland.
A. ICR R Co.. Portland.
(B a LAMB. Tillamook. Ore.
...The Esmond Hotel..
PORTLAND, ORE., FRONT AND MORRISON STS.
Carooean plan. Soc to 1.30 per dir.
American p'.on, $1.00 to C2.00 per day.
OSCAR ANDERSON, Manager.
J. C. PENDEGAST, Chief Clerk
Delivered at your office, store
or residence. 60c per month.
BEfOHE YOU BUY A PIAflO OR fll ORGflU
It will pay you to. write
OILER'S PIANO Hl)I!
0PPICE: 351 Washington St., Portland, Ore,
We are the great profit killers and piano price regulators of the
Northwest, and with our special facilities can sell a fine piano or
organ for less money than you can get them elsewhere. Write,
today. Catalogues for the asking.
Our stock includes the three greatest American pianos the Kim
ball, the Chickering and the Weber together with eight other good
...EILER'S PiAN HOUSE-
Notable among; the pleasures afford
ed by the Saasta Route Is the wfc
ter trip to Southern California and
Ariaona. Renewed acquaintance with
this section will ever develop fresh
polnu of Interest and added industries,
In Its prolific vegetation and among; its
imlHrlT" resorts of mountain, shore.
valley and plain.
The two daily Shasta trains from
Portland to California have been re
cently equipped with the most ap
proved pattern of standard and tour
ist sleeping cars, but the low rates of
fare will still continue to effect
Illustrated ruldea to the winter re
sorts of California and Arizona may be
had on application.
C. li. MARKHAM. Q. P. A,
Just published by the Southern Pa
clflo Co. Is a phamphlet upon -the re
sources of Western Oregon, which In
cludes an excellent map of the state,
and contains Information on climate,
lands, education, etc., existing Indus
tries and their capabilities.
Attention is also directed to such
new fields for energy or capital as
promise fair return.
This publication fills a need long ex
perienced by Oregonlans, in replying to
Inquiries of eastern friends.
Copies may be had of local agent
Southern Pacific Co., or from
C. H. MARKHAM,
O. P. A.. Portland, er.