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ASTORIA, OREGON, TUESDAY, APRIL 7, IOCS
there is msumvTE
Mrs. Kumunen wnt ao up isc cur-
tabs to your Mtlstactioa. Leav or-
der at Oregon bakery.
Th steamer Sue H. Elmore will leav
Astoria (or Tillamook on Wednesday.
April 8, t t a. m.
New stock of fancy goods Just arrlv
' ed at Yokohama Baxaar. Call and ee
.'Uw latest noveltle from Japan.
ft. , ,
For Rent Thre rooms furnished for
housekeeping. Inquire at Scully's
hardware store. Commercial stmet, be
; twMQ Ninth and Tenth.
Bnergvtlc. reliable woman, capable of
earning ITS per month can learn of a
' good business opening by addressing
' "Reliable," care Astorlaa office.
: For sale cheap Gasoline engines,
marine and stationary, new and second
hand. All sixes and makes. Send for
free catalogues. R. W. Jamieson, 716
Pacific avenue, Tacoma. Wash.
; Dan Rlersonyof Neha'em says the
r-ast month out there has been pleasant
as summer. The roads are good and
there is much travel for this time of
' Plumbing ut of Joint? Need some
tlnwork? Ring up No. 1031 for John
A. Montgomery, 425 Bond street, who
will promptly attend your wants with
the latest sanitary plumbing fixtures
and most skilful workmanship. Tin
ning, gasfltting and heating. -
Wanted Bedmaker tor hotel. In
quire at Central.
Today' weather Oregon, Washing-
ion and Idaho, partly cloudy with
New ntagatlnes, late fiction, school
supplies, pictures and frames cheap at
Svenson"s book store.
Lost .V stiver broach, with large
amethyst setting. Sultabl? reward If
returned to P. A. Stokes.
it Schilling's best baking powder
does cot please you your money will be
refunded by us. Johnson Bros.'
Victor Aulin. native of Finland, was
yesterday slanted first cttisenshlp pa
pers by County Clerk Clinton.
Wanted A furnished room with heat
and bath and all modern conveniences.
Address P, O. box Astoria.
Andrew Johnson, the Youngs river
boat builder, has nearly completed the
gasoline lauch he Is building for the
Undenberger cold storge. Next Sat
urday Is the day set for the launching.
The Methodist ladles will hold a
grand Easter sale next Saturday after
noon In the store next to Griffin n hook
store on Commercial street. Easter
novelties In rich variety. Aprons,cholce
home-made cooking, fit for a king's
table, etc. will be offered to the public
at very reasonable prices. Refresh
ments will alto be served.
What is wanted of soap
for the skin .is to wash it
clean and not hurt it.
Pure soap does that. This
is why we want pure soap;
and when we say pure,
we mean without alkali.
Pears' is pure ; no free
alkali. You can trust a
soap that has no biting in
it, that's Pears'.
-- - Established over 100 years, i
Roslln coal lasts longer, Is cleaner
ami make less trouble with stoves
and chimney flues than any .other coal
on the market. Qeorg W. Sanborn,
agent. Telephone 13U,
Have you priced those art rugs? Just
what you need, and the prlc is trlfl
nla Anything In the housefurnlshing
Inn. Anything In th housefurnlshlng
aud see the new spring goods. U. It.
Zapf, the house furnisher.
At a meeting of Gateway Rvbekah
lodge last evening Miss Clara Munson
and Miss Irene C, Johnsen were elec
ted delesrates to the Hcbekah. asnibly,
which meets In Portland May SO and
Officer Hawley of Portland took a
young girl tronyi dunce hall on Astor
street lost night and today wm return
her to her home In Portland from
which It is supposed she ran away.
She Is but It years of age.
It I stated that during the past year
no less than M logging engine per
month have been sent to the wood
of western Oregon and Washington,
which Is Indicative of the Immense bus
Iness being done In that Industry. At
the rate of 720 engine a yew the
woods will soon be full of them.
.A new donkey engine has been sent
oat to Brlx Eros. camp, making five
engine at work, besides the two loco
motives on their four miles of rail
road. This camp I getting out logs
at the rat of 15,000,000 feet a year, and
as logs are worth from $8 to 19 per
thousand, it Is easy to figure out that
money is being put into circulation
Charles Wellborn, sr., was taken 111
yesterday afternoon while at his store
and was driven at once to his home In
a carriage and a physician summoned.
Mr. Hellborn's Illness Is attributed to
sudden physical exhaustion, and a few
days' of complete rest Is expected to
see him fully recovered. At a late
hour last night he was much better
and was not suffering In an yway.
Mr. Burrow met with a painful ac
cident yesterday morning white at work
at the Clatsop mill. The millwright
got his right foot caught in some part
of the machinery and before he Was
able to extricate the member It became
badly wrenched. The injured foot
was properly attended to and It s
thought Mr. Burrows will soon have
regained the full use of It.
The Lewis and Clark carries the palm
as a dancing community. Two dances
were given at Chadwell last Saturday
night; or.s In Walt Ingall's hall, the
other at th Chadwell a-hoolhouse,
Both were well attended. The steamer
Rcllpw was chartered to .arry the As
toria delegation to Ingalls while a large
number of Lewis and Clark residents
mad merry In the tehoolhoune. A
valuabls watch raffled it th tttr
place wns won by Mrs. W, J. Heck--ard.
Proposals for beef and mutton: Of
tlce Chief Commissary, Vancouver Har
mrk. Wash., April . IS03. Sealed
proiwals for furnishing and delivering
fresh beef and mutton for six montrs
beginning July 1. IJOS will be received
here and at office of commissaries at
Fort Stevens. Oregon; llolse Harrnrk.
Idaho; Forts Casey. Canny, Flagler.
Walla Walla, Wrlnht, Worden, Lawton
and Vancouver Itarracks, Wash., until
11 a. m. May , IS0S, and tlien opened.
Information furnished on application.
Envelope containing propoaals'should
be endorsed "Proposals for Fresh Reef
and Mutton," and adddressed to com
missary of post to be supplied, or to
Col. F. K. Nye, chief com'y.
The eminent tragedian, John Griffith
and a mntficlent supporting rom.Kiny
will nppear at Fishers' next Monday ev
enlng In Shakespear's tragedy, "Mac
beth.'N Mr. Griffith la a man of com
mending areaene with a handsome
face, fine Intelligence and grace of mo
vement; he makes an excellent stage
fla-ure and never falls to Interest. It
Is quite evident that Mr. Griffith thor
oughly understands and appreciates the
famous line of Shakespeare. It can
truthfully be said that he Is th great-
who know the value of
securities, and the demand
there is for good investments,
who have the capacity for
selling such securities, and
wish to devote all or a part of
their time to such work may
find it to their advantage to
In writing state references.
All letters treated is strictly confidential
GEORGE T. DEXTER,
iipariaUrtdtot tf Domtitio Ajiw,
Th Mutvsl Lift liMartM Campsny of Htm Vsrkj
U Nuuu Strut, Htm York, N. V.
THE PURE V 1
Th coffee habit 1 quickly over,
com by thoiw who let Grulu-0
take it place. It properly made
it tatte like ths best of coffee. No
grain coffee compare with It in
flavor or health fulness.
THY IT TO-DAY.
at (roewi trwywlxr, it, sad Ma, per ptcst.
est living legitimate tragedian at pr
ent iipiK'arlng before the public. The
pws and general theater-going pat
rons pronounce Mr. Griffith a dramatic
genius. Seat sale opens Hatunlny inor
ring at Griffith's book stor.
NEW STAMPS ARK IMPEKFKCT.
Owing to an Imperfection In the new
t.cenl stamps recently Usued.they have
all been called In ami a new design Is
to be adopted. Many persons suffering
from stomach, liver and kidney compl
aint and who have tried various rem
edles wlthoutobtulnlng relief have al
so discovered that they made a mlstak
In the selection of a medicine to cure
thm. Thore I sonly on uch medicine
and that Is Hosteller's Stomach Hit
ters. To all such sufferer we desire
to call attention to It unequalled rec
ord of cures extending over a period of
V years. Then surely the bitter Is
the right medllcne for your case. It
,oitlvely cure flatulency, heartburn,
dyipla. Indigestion, liver and kid
ney troubles, la grippe Aand malaria.
Tty a bottle and test It for yourself.
All men engaged by the Columbia
River lackers" association to go to
Alaska for the lomlng season will
please call at the office of the company
at 10 o'clock oil Wednesday, April 8 to
sign. John Carlson, Bupt.
LAUNCH FOR SALE.
One of the finest models on the Co
lumbia river. Length 4S.I, breailth
11. SG. depth S.S6. tonnage II gross, 10
net; built M02; 25-horse power Troyt'r
eimlne. Has just been overhauled,
painted, and Is in Al condition for Im
mediate use. K. OSHl'RN.
M Commercial St., Astoria, Or.
Hab Trimmed Free
Mrs. Inirlcton has Just opened a fine
line of spring hats and flowers, with
waists, white skirts and muslin under
wear. Pompadours and hair swltchvs,
and ill kinds of ladles and children's
furnshlng goods at sale price. Welch
block. Astoria, Ore.
To Bowling Charley.
Herman Wis and Charley Cooper
are rlvnl In th clothing business, but
Tllllcunt on the bowling alley, Char
ly made the high scors of Tf nil th
Commercial tdub alley last Saturday
and Herman felt so tickled that h
dedicated th following verse to hi
rhumi - V ' ' ' - ; '
UY'M UVE HK'LL HOWL SOMK '
(n Sattirdny, April th 4th
A mint of gentle meln
Went to th ullry wher one ruled
The Jolly Hurry Dean,
This in.in, he ha a mighty voice, .
lie initale a mighty roar!
Come, boy, set up Vh bowling pins,
1 in going to make s score,
to Rudy peel"! peeled hi working coal
lie took off his cravat:
And Cooper glued hi engt eye
On that thar center spot.
He knocked 'em till the awful noise
llcotmht member through the door,
I'ut Charley know no word Ilk qult
He bowled, and bowled torn more,
The first frame wa a center pin;
And then he made five strike
And then two; and a tittle spare
And struck out a h like.
He knocked 'em south, east and west
He knocked 'em through th floor
He hypnotised 'em with hi eye;
Ity'n bye he knocked 'ent mora.
I tell you, boy, no man ran bowl
Like our friend Charley Coop.
If anyone think otherwise
HI head I In a loop.
When all of u get worn out
And feel all stiff and sore,
He Just lift up hi mighty arm
And bowls and bowl tome more.
And as the year go rolling by
And roil to 77
And most of us have got our wings
And flown to yonder heaven
t hop Charley sllll may bowl
A mighty, way up score;
And pant the 77 mark
And more much more ye more.
To the end that his name msy be
wrptetmted,hls fame go thundering
down the alley of time; that the old
maid may love him and the little
children sing hi praises, 1 dedicate
lhee lines. . Herman Wis.
Opla, B0 fm with ack 1000, Also th
"Flor d Madrid," or "0nral Arthur"
MS Commercial 8t P. A. Trulllnger.
TO TH5 TRADE.
Having secured th "BI f ymphonle,
nil Havana clgnr I can sell these In
four l at I'ort'and pike. Also the
"Sullor Prince." a union-made nickel
clg.ir, giving 100 free with vach pur
chase of 1000, ' Jl-'lter than th Owl or
export. Another nl'kel cigar, the
Skin Humours.Scalp Humours
Whether Simple Scrofulous or
Hereditary v' 1
Speedily Cured by tyiticurt
Soap, Ointment and Pills, .
When All Other Remedies ii
Best Physicians Fill.
COMPLETE TRUnfENT, $1.00.
In th treatment ot torturlnf , dliflf
tirlnK, llchlug, tcaly, crusted, pimply,
blotchy and scrofulous humour of Um
iklo, scalp and blood, with loss of hair,
Cuttcur 8op. Ointment and 1'Ul htr
been wonderfully ucceuful. It en
the most obstlaat ot condltulional hu-,
moors. iuch a bad blood, scrofula, In
herited and cootagiou humours, with,
lost ot hair, glsndular (welllnn, ulceN
out patches In th throat and mouth,
sore eye, copper-colored blotches, a
well a bolls, carbuncle, scurvy, Hie,
ulcer snd sores arising from an Im
pure or Impoverished condition of th
blood, yield to Hi Cullcur Treatment,
wheu all other remedies ad method
And greater still, If possible. Is th
wonderful record of cures of, torturing.
dUflgurlug humour amoujr Infant and
children. The suffering which f'uU
curs Hosp ami Oliilnicul liava sllrtUtod
smonit the young, ul the comfort
the risve ffordMi worn-out and won
rlrtl psreuu, hive led to their sdoptlon
In count less home as priceless eum
tlrn for the klu and blood, Infsiitlle
and birth liumoiirt, milk crutt, seal)
heail, ccicnm, rsslie aud every form ot
Itchlnif, scsly, pimply skin aud scalp
humours, with lots of hair, of lufsncy
aud clilldhood, ire eixdily, perma
nently and economical j cured wltea
all other remedlr ulubfe for children,
and even the bent iihyslclana, tall.
Insursnce, Commbislon and fthlpplng.
Agent Wells, Ksrgo and Pacific
r:xpres Companlra Custom
l " . . . .... " jn
Baby Ribbons, two yards for lc
Safety Pins per paper lc
" ttcst Pins, per paper.;............'... lc
, Best Six-Cord Thread, per spool.... tc
Corset Covers, good muslin 5c
. 50c Men' Shirts, 36 inches long.. 33c
Lace Curtains, per pair..... 4Sc
Toilet Paper, 10 rolls for..... 25c
Table Oil Cloth, per yard 15c
LadifA' 50c Sauor Hats 25c
Sale of 1803 Shirt Waists
Every style Is new and not a single
last year's garment. '
Percale Waists, worth 48c, at 25c
High Grade Waists, worth 60c, at.. 83c
Fine Percale Waists, worth 85c, at.. 48c
Beautiful Waists, worth $1.60, at..S8o
Madras Waists, worth $2.85, at. ...11.98
Sale of 1903 Kid Gloves
We handle the celebrated J. T. Sim
mons Glove. Every pair guaranteed.
Real Fiench Kids on sale during this
Real French Kid, at.. 11.00
Fine French Kid, regular price 11.50
. . and M.75, on sale at 11.25
New Spring: Wash Goods
32-lnch plain white Indian Linen,
,- worth 10c, one sale at... 5c
2S-lnch Fancy Batiste, all colors,
many pretty designs, worth 12
and 15c, at tc
32 -Inch White Oxford, one of the
latest style for waists, worth
SO and 35c, on sale at...., 20c
32-inch 811k Grenadines, very lat
est shades, worth 70 and 75c,
on sale at.;::.:;;:::.: We
30 inch Fancy Pimltys, all dainty
and neat figures, 1903 styles,
worth 25c, on sale at 15c
Sales ot New Spring Silks
2WX) yard Wash Bilk, per yard.... 39c
27-inch black Taffeta Bilk, per yd. .79c
36-Inch black affeta Silk, per yd..1.19
36-inch black guaranteed Taffeta
Silk, per yard U.89
You can make Two
Dollars do the work
of three at this Sale.
THE BIG SALE j& j& j& THE BIG SALE
In Ladies New Spring Suits, Dress
and Walking SKirts, Waists Fancy
Muslin, Underwear, Shoes, Fancy
Wash Goods, New Dress Goods, Hosi
ery, NecKwear and Notions.
One pair of Topsy Hose given with
the sale of every pair of misses' shoes
Misses' heavy box calf shoes, worth
11.60, at $1.38
Misses' Fine Vici Kid shoes, light
or heavy sole, worth $2.50, at. .$1.78
One pair of Topsy Hose given with
every pair of Ladles' Shoes.
Ladies' fine Vlcl Kid Shoes, light or
heavy soles, worth $2.50, at, ...$1.96
Ladle fine Dongola or Vlcl Kid
regular price 13.80 and $3.76, on
sale at ; $3M
One pair of Topsr Ho given with
the sale of every pair ot Men' Shoe.
Men's fine Box Calf Shoe, worth
$3.80, un sale at $2-80
Men' Fine Blucher Style, New Toe
shoes, worth $4, on sale at.. $3.26
The Big Sale is now on in all the
different sections and you are cordial
ly invited to looK over and inspect
our up-to-date line of Spring Goods
whether you hay or not. 1
Out pair of Topsy Ho given with
the sale of every pair of Hoys' shoes.
Hoys' Heavy Ilox Calf Shoes, worthy
$1.60, on sale At $1
Boys' Flno Vlcl Kid and Box Calf -Shoes,
worth $2, at $150
New HultlnjrH for Ladles Wear
55- lnch all wool etamlne, all col
ors, regular values 75c, on sale
' at e
56- Inch all wool Scotch Suiting, all
new Hhodes, worth $1.35, on sale
it Inch fancy all wool otamlne In
colors and black, worth $1.86, , w
on sale at
REMEMBER THIS SALE LA8TS
ONLV TKtf DAT3-BO BB QUICKI
2700 yards of Bleached Muslin at 5c yard
750 yds 42-inch Pillow Case goods at 9 l-2c
1000 yards Crash at
800 yards Lonsdale Cambric at 9c yard
1000 yards Cotton Challies at - 5c yard
2 1-2 Cents per yard
(Irent SnN of New Luce Curtutiw
30 pair of new Lace Curtains (.,.. t
A pair of new design Lsif Curtain
worth II I", ul M
M pair new !( rurtntiin, vrry
ialr w )iili VI. nt.,., :....lt 5
30 pair line l..ii Curtains, new and
; neat dvslgii, inaile to 'U at 6, . .
35 pair of Hrui.ii.-I Net. new design, (
muilc to k1I nt $7 M, on sale ,
ut ..;..-...-...v.' : ,
New HMtJl Hosiery
None better than the i-U'hriiM'd
. "TttraV LINK." liilkn's lliw
Jto kind, nt ..He
Misses' heavy Cotton Hose at We
, Children's Hns. 10c kind, at 5:
lluys' exliu heavy Cotton How 1;
ladles' Cotton Ho, fast black, at. sc
Ladles' fine .ge ribbed Cotton
Hose, ut 10c
l,ud I.-h' heavy ruhkv ribbed Cotton
Hiihc, nt '.16c
Ladies' Lui Hose, neat patterns,.. 23
nverythlng In our Hoys' Suit De
putment TO HE CLEANUP UP AT
In older to make qulik work of this
sale, we make some tremendous price
concessions that put this sale In a
clnss by Itself,
25 Hoys' two and thne-plece suits,
all wool, worth $3.60 and $4, on
sale at ,.'...$3.60
33 Boys' two and thre-lcr suits,
worth $2.00 and $3. on sole at $1.8
27 Hoys' two and three-piece suits,
worth $2 to $2.60, on sal at $1.60
A complete stock of Men's Medium
and Heavy Weight Underwear.
Men's fine guagf, heavy cotton, at 45c
Men's fine wool, worth $1.26, at Wc.
Men' fine gray, all wool, worth-
$1.75 at 12B
Mim'i heavy all wool, worth $2.25
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