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ASTORIA, OREGON, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, lfX)3.
On Fresh Meats,. We have the
market affords and we guaran
tee satisfaction. Order today
for your Sunday dinner.
FRESH RANCH EGOS, 2 DOZEN 55 CENTS
I ROSS. HIGGINvS (& CO.
MONTHLY TIDK TAIJLEH
Until WatW. A."M.' "." mV
Dale, "' iTni ft. h.m." ft."
?NIAT "." . T' "i:'M T. l:flTl i
MomUy I t.iU 1.0 J;44 7.2 ,
iWilar 3 4:15 l.t 4: St. (.7 1
WmlnUy . ,, 4 4:67 1.0 5: J 6.1!
Tliuwlir . ... 6 1:46 1.0 :t6 a. I
I'VliUy 0 :4S 7 9 1:21 0.6
HMiinhr . . .. 7 7:(4 7.1 1:47 6.0
tillNIUY . ... 8 :04 1.0 10:49 1,4
Mimcltiy 10:11 1.111:41 7.0
Turailar 10 11:13 1.4
WelniSi.Uy . ,.11 0:17 7.6 12:0 !.'
nmrUy . . .IS 1:10 7.1J:D7 1.7
YIUr U 1:60 l.i 1:41 Is
Haturday 14 1:28 1.4 1:4!) 1.1 '
HUN1MY .. ..16 3:0S 1.6 1:16 7.7
Monday 10 3:40 1.4 4:06 7.0 ,
fuwUf- 17 4:11 1.2 4:61 .
WliicaUy . ,.! 5. 0 7.0 0:03 1.7
Mmntday . . . , 1 6:67 7.1 7:10 6.4
-VI.Iy 30 6:16 7.1 I it 6.5
Haturdsr . . ..31 1:00 7.1 9:41 6,7
rtUNHAT . . ..33 :04 7.1 10:24 1.1 i
Monday 23 10:00 7.2 11:10 (.6
Vui(Uy 34 10:61 7.4 11:61 6.1
Woitncdjay , . . SK 1 1 : S3 7.6
Ttiurwlar . . . 30 0:21 7.2 12:14 7.1 i
tYl.lay 37 1:03 7.6 12:61 6.0 i
Saturday 1:33! ?.ajj;l 1.0 j
THE MORNING AST0RIAN
TKLK I'll ONES Ml.
TO BAYS YVBATHEIt
I'uriund Krb, 6.'
lUtht rain or snow.
Another hIiImiu nt of nice North" in
riy a.'pl jtml In. Johnson ro.
Kour up -(As -tliiu Imi U-r at Un Oi . I
.nt. Yum don't have to wait.
l"or ltyit-A furnlnh'd front roitti.
itnli); divr. 140 Kotirlh strwt.
Hind lu.irt-ii for VAtntinr nl Hwn
.m' book tor! all kind and prhta.
V. H. t'luH-m' annual ial will jxisl
tvy i4iwe on 8;ittinl.iy, FVbruury 7.
HwitH tvwm IS tents a pint. No
itt&w fot' whipping; Turk's candy,
Kr irood. n lliiblc pluno work w
your local tunr, Th, Frcdertckscn.
WTl Itonrt tr-l. Phone 2074 lUd.
ItiMxiiii f. r-Mit, fttrnlnhcd or unfui n
l"d; lwi for luMinek' t'plnn: over IV I -
& Urowit' nhx more.
Yu wUI ley And the oet 16c menl
la the ct'y at the Klulng Bun reotau
rwt. No. SI? Coinmt'rclM lr!'t,
Itoyin rant lMt lonfor, lit (leaner
and maktit lca trouble with itovet
nd i:hlmniy fluf than any other coal
tli matliet. Ocorge. W. 8nbon,
njynt. Ti?lphone lilt.
Tlu ImllcN of thf M'thodlnt i Iniich
Kill hold u nk' thlx nftrrnooii In the
Klnnoy nton, next to (Irlffln'H bonk
ittoro. on 'miinifrolrtl ntn-pt. t'lilu'M.
cooktf. pl-s, inciitK. pn In gnmi
.lHind:lli i nl iviiHoniiblc Hre.
All ix-idoiiH who hmo purohniu'd or
lilVt' fXrhilllKt'd lotM In Illllfldt' or
('In (nop I'.Miii li-iy for lot In OcfitnvU'W
lomctcry nrt riUfiti-d to brlni? or
K.'nd dfK ililon of SHino to lhi nfTIrp
A tho auditor nnd police Judw, at their
W, J. Hi-ully, iliy hnrdwur xlore nnd
tlnHhop iimn, ha moved from It In old
liX-itloii on llond ntni-t to No. 470-172
4 'ommptvlnl utivft. opposite the'IW
hlvo, whoie lin him widl nppolntod
jitortTootn nnd shop, a flno ntock of
toveN, iMiiiri'ii, Imth tub, pltimbora'
jroodH, hnrdwiui'. tinwarr, etc., nnd
iho best of fiii llltlcj for plumbing nnd
utoKtii IHtlnir. .
A roiiNlKiinii'nt of rallroml lion hi tIv
d In the city yt'Htordny inni nlnfr on the
Htt'.mier llallcy (Intzcil nnd will bp
used by ihu Orays River LokkIiik com
pany in dmibllnK ItH pixent IokrIhR
r.ilroud on Simon creek. The company
lt operated by the Itrlx brother nnd
their enei'Ky and Htili't attention to uf
fuliJi are (oiiHlantly bulldlnit up the
buslneKX no lliat nt the preNent lime
their f-anip Ih probably one of the lui'B
i'nt In thin part i)f .the country.
THE PURE V i
If you use Graln-0 in place of
coffee you will enjoy it just as
much for it tastes the tame i yet, it
is like food to tho system, dls
. tributlng the full substance of tha
pure grain with every drop.
TRY IT TO-DAY.
At TOCr rwywlim ; loo. and He, pr ptokag.
h.m. ft. h.m. ft."
1 9:03 1.2 2:10 0.1
2 2:44 1.9 t:46 1.1
3 10: 3f 1.7 10:211 1.1
4 11:34 1.4 11:16 2.4
t 12:40 1.6
0 0:13 3.0 1:67 1.3
7 1:20 8.4 3:13 0.1
3 2:64 3.S 4:20 0.4
4:19 3.4 6:13 -0. 1
10 6:24 3.0 6:09 -0.4
11 :19 2.5 6:64 -0.6
12 7:06 2.0 7:30 -0.2
13 7:61 1.6 1:14 0.0
14 3 : 34 1.4 8:60 0 .6
16 9:34 1.3 :29 1.0
16 10:13 1.3 10:06 1.7
17 11:06 1.4 10:411 2.4
1 12:03 1.6
18 11:27 1.0
19 1:06 1.6
S 0:40 1.6 1:12 1.6
31 1:67 1.8 3:10 1.3
22 3.15 1.9 4:13 l.J
23 4:31 1.3 6:00 0.1
24 6:12 1.1 6:41 0.6
26 6:63 0.1 1:17 3.2
20 1:27 2.8 6:40 0.6
27 6:59 2.4 7:13 0.7
23 7:30 1.9 7:42 0.1
i Moiitluy .
j Tupmlny ,
l-'rlility . .
; Hnlurilny ,
i Monday . .
: Thursday .
Krldny . .
Hl'NliA Y .
Monday , .
' Tticxduv . .
Ttie New Style chop hou la now
kept on nil nlg-ht. Flmt-cluiia cook
and the beat of service.
(let your caken, rookie, ple. meal
ele , nt till- mile held thl afternoon by
the Methodist Indies In the Kinney
utore on Commercial street.
1'iinty Hurt and family have removed
to Imperial. Calif., where Mr. Hart has
tnken homestead In a large tract of
land In the Colorado denert, lately
opened for . ulemeiit t y lrrlatlon,
The experts who have been workliiK
lit on the books of the chief of police
yesterday completed their dutli and
their report will be submitted to the
way and meuns committee for approv
al The diMth of Clcorg, Dush oi-eurreil
lt Thuritdny afternoon at Bt. Mary's
liOHpltut, the young man not having re
K,i!net conselnusnes nce receiving his
Injury. The body wus taken to Knappa
and the funeral will take place there
What In the trouble? Faulty plumb
ing nnd poor fixtures? For tha best
sanitary plumbing goods and skillful
thorotiirh workmnnshlp send your or
der to No. 425 llond street. Tinning,
Kas-flttlng And heating. John A.
The funeral of the late Mr. John A.
Adams was held yesterday morning
from the Grace Episcopal church with
Interment In Oceanvlew cemetery. A
siHH'lal coach on the noon train took the
funeral party to the west aide where
the burial ground Is located. Rector
W. Seymour 8hort officiated' at the
Preparations are going on for the en-t.-rtnlnment
to be given for the bene
(it of the public library, and the ladles
have (rlv. n out the nssurance that the
show w ill be one of the most Interest
ing over held In this city. The date
will be announced luter, but is likely
tha performance will take place within
10 day or two weeks.
Some tea are sold, and with them
the piuvhuMer gets prcents and prem
iums of various description. When you
buy Schillings teas you get money
value. These goods are sold on their
merit and guaranteed to please, If
not your money Is refunded. Schillings
teas are put up In various flavors. Try
a package with a money-back guaran
tee. For sale by Johnwm Hro,
Messrs. Pye, n. F. Allen and A. S.
Tee have resigned as members of the
Commercial club bowling committee,
and Herman Wlt Lyman Kinney and
C. H. Cooper have been appointed In
their Rtad by President Schernecknu.
The new committee has arranged for
two tournaments, the principal one be
ing u m'inl-inonthly contest for a medal
The medal niuat be won twice succes
sively to become tho property of a con
testant. While nothing Is known of
hVlntly regarding the matter, It Is un
derstood that the purposed trip to Sa
lem and Portland has been abandoned,
Office Constructing Quartermaster,
Astoria, Ore., Feb. 4. W03. Sealed
propoial In triplicate, will be receiv
ed nt thls office until 10 o'clock a. m.,
Munch 5, 1903, and then opened, for the
construction of a plank road on Fort
Canby military reservation, Washing
ton. Plans and specifications may be
seen and further Information obtained
here, Itlght is reserved to accept or re
ject any or all proposals. Envelopes
should be marked "Proposals for Plank
Road nt Fort Canby, Wash.'.' and ad
d reused to Geo, L. Qoodale, Capt. and
Quartermaster, V. S. Army.
Office of C, Q. M., Vancouver bur
ricks, Wash., February I, 1903 Ben !S
proiwnnl, In triplicate, will be r
relved herj until 11 o'clock a, m,
March 6, 1102, and then opened, for
furnishing and delivery of all material
required by the plans and specifications
for tho construction of electric light
plant for Fort Stevens, Oregon. U,
ft. reserve the right to reject or accept
any or all proposal or any part IhcrO
of. Information furnished on applica
tion. Knvclopes containing proposals
should be marked "Proposals for ma
terlnl In constructing' electric light
plant at Fort Stevens, Oregon," nnd
addressed to F. II. Hathaway, C. Q,
Tho same party of Northern Pacific
surveyors that recently completed the
survey from llwaco to Kelso on the
north bank of the river have gono to
South Ik-iid and It Is rumored they will
run a survey for an extension of the
South Item! branch of the Northern
Pacific railroad to a point on the Co
lumbia rlver,he evident Intention be
ing to make a belt line by extending the
road down to the Columbia from Kelxo
and ulso extending the road from South
Ilend, say the Skamokawa Ragle. It
is about 30 mile from South liend to
the Columbia as the crow flies, nnd the
road would cross three rich valley and
0cn up some of the finest timber In
the state. There are 18 men In the
party, headed by A. C. Murdotk.
The preliminary hearing of Otto Sklb
be was continued before Justice Good
man yesterday aftvrnoon, the defense
presenting Its case. Attorney Hutrhes
evidently Is trying to mak it aprr
that Skihbe's Injury received In a rail
road accident near Salem leaves him at
times Very norvous and hardly repons.
ible for hla acts, especially at times
when he is unduly wrought up by kicks
or blows. He also called witnesses to
testify as to Sklbbe' good character.
Chief of Police Hnllock was one of
these wltnekses, but he u!d on the
stand that Kklbh hud not conducted
himself as well since hi sea trip a
he had previous to that time. Several
complaint had been made to him
about the young man. The case of the
defense not concluded and the
hearing will be resumed thl morning.
II. 8. VcOownn wn over from Me-
Oownn's yesterday on business. To a
re.Htrter Mr MeOownn stated that prep
arations were being msde at the Mc
Gowan cannery for Increased opera
tion during the coming season. The
plant Is large enough for a much larger
pack than that put uplast year, but the
trouble has been In getting men to
work In the cannery. Arrangements
for a larrrcr force have been made and
It Is expected ihc out nut will be greatly
In excess of that of 190.'. Mr. Mc
ttnwun thinks the outlook for the In
dustry durlntr the present yeur ts
bright, and that ,i plentiful supply w ith
good market assured, place salmon can
ning on something like its old-time
prosperous basis. Mr. McUouaii ad
ded that the people of his section of
the state were very well pleased with
the election of Levi Ankeny to the
t'nlted Stale senate.
Yesterday afternoon, nt the offices of
the Columbia River Packers' associa
tion, a conference was held between
representative of the canning com
panies nnd a committee from Alaska
flNhermen's union with reference to the
year's prices for Alaska fish, The
fishermen's committee which wns ap
pointed nt a recent meeting for the pur
pose of conferring with the cann. : . Is
made up of Frank Eklund, Untile
Thorvlck and Emll Jorgeson. The
committee appeared to ask an Increase.
Last year's price for salmon was 2
cents a tlsh, and the fishermen have re
quested 3 t ents. Heretofore ."0 has been
allowed as expense for the trip back
and forth to Bristol bay and vicinity,
but the fishermen asked 175. The can
ners stated to the committee that they
had lost money In Alaska during the
past two seasons, and were able to
show that the asked for increase would
bo Impossible. The committee will
report to the union at a meeting soon
to be held.
The condition of George May, the A.
& C. R. R. brakeman wns practically
Unchanged at n. lnla h'nm. imi i..v,.
Mr. May complained of not feeling well
before leaving this city on the Seaside
run, Thursday evening and upon the
train reaching the draw on the bay
wns taken suddenly and violently 111.
He suffered sreutly from pains in his
back and It seemed for a time that he
would expire before medical assistance
could be obtained. Upon reaching
Hammond Mr. May was taken to the
home of his sister and the post physic
ian was summoned. Later Dr. J. A.
Fulton left here on a spetlnl In re
sponse lo a message, for the west side
and did all In hla power to relieve the
sufferer. At first It appeared the pa
tient was suffering from a sudden at
tack of spinal meningitis, the symp
toms Indicating that disease, but the
ailment has not yet sufficiently de
veloped to diagnosis to a certainty. Mr,
May's associate amongst the train
cre,w say that when switching at Ham
mond the brakeman was In the habit
at a certain point of leaping from the
top of the coach on which he operated
to the ground, a distance of 10 or 12
feet, for the purpose of expediting his
work. He would Invariably land on a
soft sand bank so that he would al
ways escape Injury, but the constant
repetition of the Jar Is thought to have
Inflamed hi spine and It 1 deemed
probable that to thl hi present Illness
Salmon canning and suiting along the
sou thee tern coast of Alaska will b
conducted on a reduced wale for the
sen son of 180 a compared with the
last year. A meeting of a number of
the cannorymen of the north was held
yesterday In the Olobe building, at
which It was practically decided to
close down from five ut 10 cannerlei
this season, says the Seattle Post-In-Udllgencer.
The saltery plants of
many companies will be run on a re
duced st ale, where they are operated at
all. No final action waa taken as to
which plants will be closed, but in all
problbillty they will include the lioga
de Quadra, the Ketchikan and possibly
the Yes bay plants. The Petersburg
plant will be operated, It Is believed, at
not more than one-half Its capacity. In
a few days there will be a meeting of
the Independent Cannerie association
In Seattle, and at that time It is ex
iK'cted then will be added to the list
of plants that will not work this year.
It Is Well kno.vn that some of them
have Hire ad y abandoned all prospect of
oiienlng, but the number will be known
after the meeting. . v
A dispatch from Sun Francisco says
that the China Commercial Steamship
company (limited) has completed all
arrangements for Its new line between
China, Japan, Mexico, and San Fran
cisco and on March 27 the first vessel of
the fleet will leave Hongkong. . V.
C. Comfort, for the past three years,
freight agent at San Francisco for the
Kosmos line, hns been anointed gener
al agent for San Francisco. General
Lowell J. Ballard of the City of Mexi
co ha been appointed government rep
reientatlve at that phce and Elliott
and Lnnge have been Installed us ag
ents at Manzanlllo. Lyman K. Maury
of San Frunclsco Is general counsel for
the steamship company In the United
States and Mexico City. The line will
be inaugurated with chartered steam
ship, each with a carrying capacity of
from 7000 to 9000 tons. Those so far
chartered ire the Lothian, Atholl, Ch
ing Wo and Clavcrlng. There will be
a stoenmer every 28 day. The vesaelii
will have accommodations for a large
number of steerage passengers, but
for the present the company will make
no attempt to enter the regular pas
Popular Mechanics, a Chicago publi
cation, recently contained an article
on salmon fishing In which Is was
made to appear lhat Portland was the
center of the Industry. In an effort to
eorreet-lhe erroneous Impression thus
created Philip Gearhnrt wrote the edi
tor, inclosing a copy, of The Astorian
annual. In a subsequent Issue the
magazine accorded full credit to As
toria In the following article: "Astoria,
'where the salmon came from," made
such wonderful progress during the
past year as to claim rank to being one
of the leading cities of Oregon and the
Pacific coast. Whenever you eat can
nrd salmon you ought to think of As
toria, for this city Is rrght In the center
of the greatest salmon country in the
world. Here are located the great
Columbia river salmon canneries and
salmon that come from all along that
stream for many miles find their way
Into thesw Immense factories. Astor
ia Is named after John Jacob Astor, Its
founder, who as mrly as 1811, when he
selected the site of the town, predicted
that It was to become one of the great
est of western seaports. The salmon
Industry of Astoria amounts to about
14,000,000 a year. Hero there are 4000
men employed In this Industry alone
Tha Morning Astorian, an enterprising
newspaper of Astoria, published on
January 1 an Interesting special edition
tcntatiiing some surprising revelations
rcgnrdlntf this rising city of the far
west that ought t6 make people Inter
ested In the country's development open
their eyes to the conditions in this sec
tion of Oregon."
Methodist Rev. Harold Oberg will
preach. Subjects helpful to all will be
presented nt the service.
Crace Services at U a. m and 7:30
p. m. At Holy Innocents' chapel at 9
a.m. Sunday school omitted.
. First Lutheran Rev. Oscar Ostrom
will preach both morning and evening
upon themes appropriate for the day.
Uaptlst There will be the usual serv
ices, except Sunday school. The
themes of sermons will be "The Five
Golden Step," and "Paul at Corinth."
Presbyterian Service as usual except
Sunday school. Theme of the morn
ing sermon, "Ideals." Evening "Hang
ing On." At the close of the morning
service there will be a meeting of nil
who are Interested In the new church
proiiosltlon. This Is a very Important
m-etlng and all who can are urged to
The damaged stock of clothing, wraps
cloaks and millinery Is now being sold
at remarkably reduced price In order
to make room for an entirely new stock
coming. Don't fall to call and see the
goods. Almost have them at your
MRS. INGLKTON. Welch Block.
Shipment of lump coal. S. Elmore
To Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Sloop a son.
JEITVNOT OlTOf JOINI
KKUIY FOIt KKSUMI'TIOX
Ktin Glaring Misstatements Or
iKinntlntr Fnmi an Irre
sponsible Hon rce.
The report of the board of engineers
on the improvement of the Columbia
liver bar continues to be the principal
and all-absorbing topic of conversa
tion In thl city. The Ignorance of th:
general public and, indeed, of many per
son who should be familiar with the
nutter Is really surprising. Promis
cuous airing of fficorrect views has s
tendency to "knock" matter to no in
considerable extent, and it is whimper
ed around that some of the "knocking"
I not borne of ignorance.
The most surprising display of mal
iciousness yet appearing 1 contained In
the Oregonlan of yesterday. That pa
per prints more than a column on th'.
subject, with an alleged drawing o
Jbe mouth of the river that must have
been prepared by some school boy. Ac
cording to the Oregonlan, It will be
long time before work can be commenc
ed on the Jetty, for the reason that, af
ter the contract Is approved, the "eon
tractor will be introduced to a plant
that Is decidedly run down and out of
Joint. It will take a large part of the
present season to repair the railroad on
the present Jetty," continues the Ore
gonlan, "so as to serve for hauling
stone for the extension. Much of the
trestle that yet stands must be renew
ed and a considerable stretch of the
outer end has been swept away entire
ly." It will, the Oregonlan avers, bt
Impracticable to drive piling through
the stone of the. Jetty, so restoration
of the railroad track will involve the
driving of piles on the sides of the
Jetty beyond the stone, .
With the exception of the statement
that the outer end of the Jetty has been
washed away, the above comment of
the Portland paper are entirely at var
iance with the facts. It will be recal
led that an appropriation of 1250,000 for
preliminary work was made some years
ago. One would be led to believe
from the Oregonlan's discussion of the
matter that the engineers had stolen
this money. However, it has been
expended, and that, too, in an entirely
satisfactory manner. As,, a conse
quence of this expenditure, the con
tractor will not go against a plant de
cidedly run down and out of Joint, but
he will find that everything ts In readi
ness for the dumping of stone. The
1250,000 appropriation has been used to
restore the piling out to the end of the
old Jetty, and that piling is now in
place, with the exception of the 800
feet that washed out last winter. In
deed, 60,000 tons of rock (a compara
tively small quantity) has been dump
ed at the Jetty, and the railroad track
Is in shapei for the resumption of op
erations. The only delay that will result will
be that necessary for approval of the
plans and the bonds of the successful
contractor. Indeed, The Astorian ha
it on the very highest authority that,
counting the delay Incident to award
ing of the contract, the Jetty con be
restored fully as far out as the nd of
the old Jetty, and perhaps half a mile
beyond, by the begtnning of fall. The
preliminary work already done has
caused the increased depth on the bar,
which is attributed by some persons
to nature. The work can progress so
far during ihe coming summer that by
fall there will be fully 30 feet of water
on the bar. These facts could easily
have been learned by the Oregonlan
had It taken the trouble to send a man
down the street to the office of the
engineers, where reports of the work
are on file. The opinion was freely ex
pressed that the misstatements were
Actuated by some malicious motive, es
pecially In view of the Portlund pa
per's persistent claims that the recom
mendations of the board, while not
what they should be, are nevertheless
regarded as better than nothing.
Well posted people say that the
board's recommendations are not only
practicable, but the only fensible sug
gestions that could be offered. The
south Jetty will net as a lead for the
water, and, the natural channel being
on the south side, the flow of water will
be attracted in that direction. By di
verting the entire volume of the river
to tho south, a channel wilFsoon be
cut through the bar, which will not be
forced farther out, as many suppose. It
Is Interesting In this connection to note
that the bar has never been forced out,
despite contrary statements frequently
appearing, but that It Is in Identically
the same position that it was in 1869,
when the first soundings nnd blue
printings were made, and where ev
ery succeeding examination has shown
it to be.
Little faith is expressed in the out
come of the dredging operations.
Work on the south Jetty will be far
enough along by fall to deepen the
channel to SO feet, and when this con
dition Is brought about the accomp
lishment will be attributed to the work
of the dredge. The dredge, however,
will merely work In tho natural chan
nel, and at the very best Its benefits
will be temporary. Extension of the
south Jetty ought to give the desired
40 feet permanently, but, should It fall
to do so, a spur Jetty projecting from
the Washington shore can be relied up
on to create a channel, by forcing the
water of the river through a contracted
Intelligent observer praise In highest
terms the sensible recommendations of
the board, and express the hop; that
they will be carried out In detail.
PERSONAL MENTION I
A. 3. Moser of Portland Is In the
Fred Schacllbauro Is In the city from
Albion L. Gile Is In the city from
C. H. Callendar left op for Portland
last night. '
Louis A. Sham of Portland la a guest
at the Occident.
A. A. Cook of Portland is registered
at the Occident.
J. C. Calloway leaves thl morn
ing for the sound, on a brief business
R. W. Cook traveling freight agent
for the Northern Pacific arrived In the
For tlm convenience of our customers we have
installed another 16110110116 direct to oar Hard
ware Department. If yon wnt the Grocery,
Fruit or Liqnor Department or Office, pleaBe ask
fr Main If you want the Ilaruwaje De
partment please ask for Main 1601. Quicker
Bt-rvice will be given when cum plying with above.
'Kindly mark the same on your telephone card.
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ASTORIA'S NEWEtST HOTEL
Best Entertainment at Moderate Prices
Corner Seventeenth and Commercial Sta.
Now is the time to buy Heating and Cooking Stoves
AT LOW PRICES
All kinds of Ilonse Furnishing Goods,
Carpet Laying and Upholstering.
Adams (St Henningsen
416-422 Bond Street
NEW STYLE CHOP HOUSE
P. F. PETERSON, Proprietor
BEST ARRANGED EATING HOUSE IN ASTORIA
EVERYTHING THE MARKET AFFORDS
MISS SARAH FINLEY,
Vice-President of the Palmetto Club, Memphis, Term.
II SK OF CARDUI
is a thoroughly
scientific and mod-
tan remedy, meet
ing the needs of the modern
woman in tha modern way
without the torture of an
has cured them in the pri
vacy of their homes and it
has found a place in the
hearts of American women
that no other medicine has found. In
their gratitude over 10,000 American
women have written letters commend
ing AVino of Cardui. Wine of Cardui
meets their wants as no other medicine
does. It sustains the young girl at the
shock of her entrance to womanhood.
Women who take Wine of Cardui have
little discomfort during pregnancy and
little pain at childbirth. When the
change of life appears they enter a
happy, healthy old age. Every month it
comes to the rescue to assist Nature in
throwing the impurities from the body.
Kiss Sarah Finley, of Memphis,
Tenn., vice-president of the Palmetto
Club of that city, speaks for herself and
many friends when she bestows the
Wla Sarah IHntey.
city lust i)I?ht and I registered at te
Parker house.' ' ;'
Editors William of Skamokawa and,
Jackson of Cathlamet were In the city
Mr. and Mrs. C. Thompson arrived
from Portland last night and are reg
istered at the Parker. '
i. C. Bradford and . wife passed .
through the city yesterday enrouta
from Seaside to Portland.
Mi-s. Grant and daughter, Mrs.
Catherine Lighter were passenger on
Inst night' train for Portland.
W, E. Dement and son Flyod have
returned from Hillsboro where they at
tenudid the funeral of the little daugh
ter of Mr. and Mr. T. 3. Hamilton.
FRAEL & t00t
- fRANSFER COMPANY.
DRAYING AND EXPRESSING
All good shipped to oar ear
Will receive special attention.
No KUt Dnan Bt. W. 3. COOK.. Mgr.
following praise on Wine
"Among th oumcrooi
medicines placed before suf
fering women for their relief
none can touch McElrtt'i
Vine of Cardui. It towers
above them all as a reliable
female remedy. It simply
drives pain and disease away
and restores health in an incredibly short
period. I have taken great interest in this
medicine for the past two yean, ahce It
brought health and strength to me. I
have also recommended it to a number
of my friends and they who have used Ut
speak of it in the highest terms and I feel
that it Is praise well bestowed.''
If you are suffering from female
weakness Wine of Cardui is the medi
cine you need.
You can have health the same as
Miss Finley if you will' take the Wine
of Cardui treatment. If you need ad
vice further than the complete direc
tions iven on the bottle, address The
Ladies Advisory Department, Chatta
nooga Med. Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
A million suffering women
have found relief In