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ASTORIA. OREGON, SATURDAY. MARCH 2$, tfKXs
THE OLD RELIABLE
BIttouo mad Horvouo Dlcordoro
Sick Headache and Constipation,
Goners! Bliuiksmithing, Uoat and Caiiiiury Woik. .
Boo n for High 01mm Work. Shop Comer of Fif.
tocnth and Duhiio Streets, ntmr St. Mary's lloopital.
HOLMES S 9IBBBRT
11 o'clock tomorrow. 'On Sun lay ev
entng the pulpit will b occupied by
W. A. Crone, th drumm-r temperance
evangelist of Chicago. v .,
Baptist Tomorrow will be Mormon
day at the Baptist church. Subject of
morning sermon, "Mormonlsm as It
Reports Itself," Evening sermon,
Mormonlsm as It Is." At s:30 the
young people Vlll consider the Mor
mon question from a missionary point
of view. 4
Norwegian-Danish Methodist Sun
day school with Bible class at 10 a. m.
Services morning and evening at the
usual hours. Morning subject. "The
Great Whit Thront. Evening sub
ject, "The Prayer That's almost for
got ton." Th fourth In the series of
lectures ou Methodist doctrine will be
given Wednesday evening. Subh-ct,
"The Lord's Supper."
mERE JQ 110 SUBSTITUTE
4 Wanted A girl for housework at S55
. A successful school is being taught
at Svensen by Miss Nellie Oerding of
" The launch Swan, Captain Jack Held,
took the run of the Mayflower to Olney
. C- C. Masten's logging railway, now
three miles long, is being extended half
v The O. R. & N. Co.s oriental liner
Indravalli is due here tomorrow or
Monday from Yokohama.
D. B. Cole is making extensive prep
arations for logging at Svensen dur
ing the coming summer.
- A delay tf two weeks is occasioned
at Benson's camp at Svensen by a
breakdown of the locomotive.
Rev. Oscar 03trom conducted a
Lenten service at Tucker creek. Youngs
river, tost Thursday afternoon.
The O. R. & N. steamer Elder is
not yet prepared to make the trip up
from San Francisco, and today the
TnKA- TVtliar u-ill iav thpr with her
The Toung Ladies' Dorcas society of
the First Lutheran church held their
monthly, meeting and sociable - last
evening at the home of Dora and
' The President of the Woman's club
requests a prompt attendance today, as
delegates to the convention of the O.
F. W. clubs are to be elected .before
the program of the afternoon. 2:30 p.
m. sharp. "
' The steamer Melville, now being
bullded at Knappton, Is' nearly com
pleted and will be launched the middle
part of next week. The steamer will
be owned by the Callender Transpor
John Noble, the man who was so se
riously hurt a few days ago at Seaside,
went to his home m Oregon City yes
terday. His bands are still in a bad
condition, but he is not otherwise se
is as popular as ever. Last Thursday
the rooms were filled with enthusias
tic women of athletic bent and good
use was made of their opportunity.
Among the ladles who lately show ex
ceptionally good scores at the bowling
Mrs. Laura S. Webb,
Vke-PrcsiHart d Vomco's Democratic Oufas of Northern Ohio.
w-1 libltl!. AKJfc MAM
1 I sickly women be-
I tween the ages of
45 and 65, but there are
rery few invalids over 65
and CO yean of age." The
change of life coming to
a woman near her forty
fourth year, either makes
her an invalid or gives
her new lease on life. Those who
meet this change in ill health sel
dom live ten years afterward, while
ft woman who lays aside the active
duties of womanhood in health sel
dom fails to live on in happiness,
years after she hits passed 60. This
is truly ft critical time.
Mrs. Laura S. Webb, of Toledo,
Ohio, recognizes the change of life
s ft dangerous period and she aluo
has faith in Wine of Cardui. She
writes: (i ... .
"As I had always oetn troubled more
Often at the meosttxul period, I dmdd
alleys are Miss Laws, Mrs. Hinnafort,
Mixs Lid well and Mrs. Laurin.
Albert Simon was placed In th? city
bastile by Officer Thompson to answer
to the charge of being drunk and dis
orderly. A letter received yesterday by Col
lector of Customs Robb from Senator
Mitchell contained the good news that
the senator wa about recovered In
health and further that he had not
been dangerously ill and that all re
ports to the contrary had erred.
The Alger Logging company is mak
ing good progress with its new logging
road, now building at Skamokawa.
Three hundred tons of rails have been
received for the road, which will tap
a fine bodyof timber, requiring a num
ber of years for Its marketing.
The steambarge Eugene finished de
livering about 250 cords of wood at the
Packers' cold storage plant and left
up tor Portland last evening. This
plant has been lately enlarged, rt ar
ranged and otherwise made ready to
receive fish on the opening of the
THE NEW CUP CHAT.LENGKR.
The English people are very insist
ent In th-lr efforts to recapture the
cup which the Americans have held
for so many years. Another attempt
is to be nia.le In the summer, and to
that end a challenger is beng built,
which is claimed will have morepted
than those used In the past. The re
sult will be watched with conslJera'ole
interest by both sides. There has al
so been much interest manifted by
the public in the marvellous suceffs
made by the celebrated Hostettei's
Stomach Hitters during ths past 50
years. It has established a record of
curis unequalled by any other remedy
of such ailments as heartburn, tekfi
Ing, indigestion, dyspepsia, constipa
tion, insomnia, nervousness or spring
fever. If you are a sufferfr we urge
you to try a bottle at nie.
The Pastors Extend a Cordial ;
; Welcome to All. i
, First Lutheran Rev. Oscar Ostiom
will preach morning and evening. Sun
day school at 9:30.
Presbyterian Services as usual to
morrow. Theme of the morning ;ser
man, "Jesus' View of His Work." Ev
ening, "Christ Before Pilate."
Methodist-Episcopal Dr. L. E. Itok
well will hold quarterly meeting at
7:30 this evening, and will preach at
the change of life which was
fait approaching. While vis
iting with a friend I noticed
that she was taking your
Vine of Cardui, and she was
so enthusiastic about it that I
decided to try a bottle. Iex-
r4 I perienced some reuei the tint
I? I month, so I kept on taking it
W I for three months and now I
menstruate with no pain and
I shall take it off and on now
until I have passed the climax. I do cot
dread it now, as I am sure that your
Vine of Cardui will be of great benefit
at this time.''
Wine of Cardui is the remedy to
re-inf orce a woman against the shock
that comes with the change of life.
It re-establishes healthy functions
after years of suffering. In doing
this it has saved thousands of suf
ferers just in time. Do not wait
until suffering is upon you. Thor
ough preparations should be made
in advance. Begin the Wine of
Cardui treatment today.
A million suffering women
t , . have found relief in
" - Wine of Cardui.
C. Olsen is In th city from Bueod.
John Ferrell of Olney was In the city
W. Larsen was In the city yesterday
Charles Hansen was over from Deep
O. B. Wldt was up from Sklpanon
W. T. McGregor and wife went to
Portland last night.
Olof Olson of "the Le wis and Clark
was In town ysterday.
Fred Moore, the Seaside merchant,
visited here yesterday.
Mrs. W. J. Ingalls of Chadwell
spent last night In the city.
Robert Flnlayson and wife were here
yesterday from Erooklleld.
Frank Royal, a Chicago picture man,
is here stopping at the Central.
R. B.' Campbell of the Astoria llox
company went to Portland last nlgnt.
M. Wolf went to Portland last night
to remain uway until next Monday.
Rev. H. Oberg returned last even
ing fro ma buslnes trip to Portland.
Elmer Warmstaft of Grays river pur
chased supplies In Astoria yesterday.
W. F. Halderman came up from
Warrenton yesterday afternoon snd re
turned In the evening.
Miss Nellie Flavel and Miss Boelling
will make an extended visit In Califor
nia and are now in Portland enroute
Ben S. Olsen and Mrs. Olsen are
here from Bucoda, Wash. Mr. Olsen
is a brother of Perry Olsen, the well
Miss Polly Dawson and Miss Flor
ence Carnahan went to their homes on
the West Side last evening to spenl
Saturday and Sunday.
Hrbert Ostroskl of Greenwood, D. C,
who has been visiting Isac Cohen and
family, goes today to attend Hlils Mil
itary academy at Portland.
Captain M. A. Hacket "f the Colum
bia Digger company, who !s dyking on
th Lewis and Clark, left up to spend
Sunday at Portland last evening. .
Will E. Tallant returned yesterday
from a business trip to Seattle, where
h Is interested In the mercantile es
tablishment of Pittock-Ross company.
H. F. Brewer, who has been doing
a p'ano tuning stunt here for some
weeks, will leave for San Francisco on
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the Columbia tomorrow. Mr. Brewer
will return next summer.
John Eleaaon of Skamokawa. William
Jagg of Uutterfleld, James Tagg of i
Glenwood and C. W. Hamlin of Mor
rison were among the out of town
patron of Astoria merchants yester
day. BIRTH NOTICE
To Mr. and Mrs. A. Nelson, a daugh
ter. TO THE TRADE.
Having secured the "El Symphonle,
all Havana cigar I can sell these in
four slxs at Portland prices. Also the
"Sailor Prince," a union-made nickel
cigar, giving 100 free with each pur
chase of 1000. Better than- the Owl or
export. Another nickel cigar, the
Opia, 50 fr with ach 1000. Also the
"Flor d Madrid," or "General Arthur"
51S Commercial St P. A. Trulllnger.
Dr. Nellie Smith Vernon
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office Over Griffin's Book Store.
OSTE O PATH Y
DR. RH0DA CHICKS
Mansell Bldg. 673 Commercial St
Flume Bluck 2065 Astoria Ore.
C, W. Barr Dentist
S7S Commercial street, Astoria, Ore.
TELEPHONE RED 201.
Dr. T. L. Ball
621 Commercial street,
Is Now Handling the Celebrated
For Wholesale and Retail Trade.
Also Shoal water . Bay Oysters
FRESH EVERY DAY
105-107 TWELFTH STREET.
Nick Kazeppi, Prop.
Great John L. Stoddard
as to how
Scew Bay Iron 0
Ok. )Slh and FtMhlla i.e.
Central Meat Market
649 COMMERCIAL ST.
Vonr orders (br
FRESH Ai:D SALT
Will I promptly mui
sailsiar'urlly Miclee to
3. W. MORTON. Pres.
T.V bou Nn. .11.
CHARLES F. WISE, Proprietor.
Astoria's Principal Resort
Pine Liquors and Cigars.
C. J. Trenchard
Insurance, Commission and Shipping.
Agent Wells, Fargo and Paclfla
Express Companies. Customs
421 BOND HT.
We are thoroughly prepared for
making estimates and eiecutlng
orders for all kinds of electrical
Installing: and Repairing
Supplies In stork. We sHI the
celebrated SHELBY LAMP. Call
up Phone HO.
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