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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 25, 1903)
ASTORIA. OKKGOX. SUNDAY. OCTOBER 25, 1903.
Bay Iron 8 Brass Works
Iron, Steel, Brass and Bronze Castings.
General Foundryuien and Patternmakers.
Absolutely firstclass work. Prices lowest.
Comer Eighteenth end Franklin.
and Staple Groceries
FLOUR. FEED, PROVISIONS,
TOBACCO AND CIGARS
Supplies of all kinds at lowest rates, for fishermen,
Fanners and Loggers. ,
Ae V ALLEN Tenth sad Commercial Streets
Ctrrtofe in j Wifoa iming. First-CIass Horse SHocIo
L.os8ltt8 Camp Work.
All kinds of wagon materials in stock for sale.
We guarantee the best work done in the city. Prices right.
Corner Twelfth and Duane Sts. 'Phone 921.
General Blacksmi thing. Boat and Cannery Work.
See ns for High Class Work.Shop Corner of Fif
teenth and Duane Streets, near St Mary's Hoepital.
HOLMES 6k SBIBBRT
so well as nicely laundried linen. We have the neatest
and most sanitary laundry in the state and do the best
work. All White help.
KA"10""61 The Troy Laundry
HENNINGSEN a CO.
Furniture, Stoves. Tinware, Honse Furnishings.
Second-hand Goods Boognt And Soli
' 504 BOND STREET. ASTORIA, OREGON. PHONE, RED 2305
The Finest Hotel In the Northwest
Diamonds Are Going' Up!l
The Time to Buy a Fine Gem
466 Committal Strut
J. H. SEYMOUR
Has Beauties at Prices no
Greater than Months Ago
Herman Plant liif went to Portland
Dr. Ptlklngton has returned from a
trip on Gray .Iver.
C. T. Crosby returned last night from
John D. Manelet was In Portland
Samuel Elmor returned last night
Mrs. A. M. Ford of the McCre For.1
Co. is lit Portland 011 a business trip
Will E. Cola Is home from Vancouver
for a br!f visit with his parents.
F. P. Goos, city editor of the New.
has returned from a trip to the sound.
H. M. Bransford returned last n'ght
from a brief business trip to Portland.
Captain A I Betts was among the
passengers down on last night's trnin.
Rort Llndenberger Jeft last night
for Germany to remain during the win
ter. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O. Trulllrtger
returned last night from the metropo
lis. Mr. Frank Sweeney and Miss Cora
Johnson were over from WarrenUm
Benjamin Young and Miss Toung.who
had been In Portland for a few days,
returned home last night.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. A. Bennett, of
Astoria, registered at tho Hotel Don
nelly, Tacoma, on Friday.
Daniel Kern, one of the owners of the
tujrSamson.waa a pasenRer on the ves
sel yesterday to Ladysmlth, B. C.
William L. Ullman, the popular repre
sentatlve of Lang & Co., returned last
night to Portland, after a business vis
It of a few days.
Charles F. Wise and a party of other
hunters visited their West Side preser
ves yesterday and returned home with
a big string of ducks.
Mrs. Marion X. Trenchard, mother
of County Judge Trenchard, was re
ported yesterday to be quite ill. Last
night she was resting easier. Mrs.
Trenchard is TS years of age.
F. P. Roberts, of Tacoma. Wash.,
who has been In town the past week,
the guest of McCrea Ford Co., left last
night for an extended visit through
Iowa and Indiana.
A. A. Kendrick, who has been em
ployed by S. Danslger & Co., leaves to
morrow for Portland where he baa ac
cepted ft position in the shoe deport
ment of Olds, Wortman & King.
Officer Hawley, of the Boys' andGlrls'
Aid Society, returned to Portland last
night. He took back to the home a boy
named Burley, aged 14. who had been
working on the McCormick farm on
ML'O SALOON SOLD.
P. E. Peterson has disponed of the
Mug saloon, at the corner of Eighth and
Astor streets. The new proprietors are
F. L. Nellson and John Clas. Mr.
Peterson retires permanently from the
liquor business and will devote his at
tention hereafter to hi restaurant, the
New Style chop house.
, BASEBALL SCORES.
At Portland Portland 4; San Fran
ctstol. At Seattle Seattle 9; ls Angeloa 0.
At San Francisco Oakland 4; Sacra-
NEW BARGAINS FOR TODAY
JAPANKSB OOO DO.
New stock of fancy goods Just arrlv.
d at Yokohama Basaar. Call and see
the latest no elites from Japan.
One of ths most stylish business
suits for men shown this season Is the
Steln-Uloch, three button, stngls-breast
ed sack suit sold by S. Dantlger & Co,
Oregon's Great Natural Wonder-Many Acres of Hottest
spring water on urtn-Marveiousiy curative.
FUNERAL CP MRS. O'CONNOR.
Funeral services over the remains
of Mrs. Mary O'Connor, of Nusvl, who
died on Fi t lay .it the hospital, will be
held at 11:45 today at St. Mary's Call).
ollc church. The body will be shipped
to Nasel for Interment.
Mirror Baths are kept open on Sun
day for baths. For first-class work In
the tnnaorUl line, call at the Mirror
Hath. M Commercial street, Astoria,
BEST 15-CENT MEAL.
You will always find ths best lie
meal In the city at ths Rising Sun res
taurant. No. U Commercial street.
Hefore County Clerk Clinton yester-
dy Antonio Raohuilo, a native of IVr-
tuval, an1 Uno Stone, a native of Rus
sia. -liH-lured their Intentoon of becom
ing cltltena of the I'nlted States.
Interview Trulllnger A Hardesty,
431 Commercial street, about your elec
All we ask Is a trial of our Boys'
School shops. 11.80 to 13.50. At Peters.
son & Brown's.
STILL IN THE LEAD
Dainty eaters, peopls with hearty
appetites theater parties, and all other
parties find what they desire and some
to appreciate at the Tokt Point oyster
house. The choicest viands In tht mar
ket are there served In most pleasing
style. Open all night Prlvatt rooms.
STUM AKIIIHa MOM HOT lAKt-VHW OF SA.NaTOft.IvM, MOT LAU, 0Bs
ooK-atniuoi i.ooe tux.
A wonderful watar uil Mat tur.
IM Is wlulw,
A baamlfel laaltfi Mart. Owl Is
riot Uka to to k Wwt what Arkatuaa Mot iprtns Ira to n Bui. t U Is
lb Uru! MusiW Valley, n tl, I t N, rallruad, ! IM fn.m fuf tlaJ. r.
fx It k baaa knnws 'Tk MnltiW' of tk ladtaa, ru.w line,,
wu nlkma pvf 4r, M litis knt mtwj -n of lb IwIImI itirlMf nM la Ika
wurl.t. TO wt M tint rirlal. Tkn nliwrd In Um itr la In wrk ptttrt
"lullnn thai no iwrtlrla of vrlllata will fall. n aflr atanitlnf fur laa.
Martakinaljr mrallt la illaaaa of aloiMfk. huwala. Um, blaililtr, akl a4 kkauli
aUa In rhaunallam, ralarrk. iMiralala and tkr MrtMia (nubia. H'arjf sala
oal ewtaalaiwe awl iilmMl f a hlskUaa, UHKlm kull.
IUaa Hatel, 110 00 ta 111.00 ft vaak. BaUa, tlafla baU,
weak, U.Mi tkm waaks, M M). it, H ak.
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No matter what pries a woman
wants to pay f"r shoes, $2.60, 13, 13.60,
It, or J", she will find tht best shoes for
the money at Peterson A Brown's, tf
Sit tod write fur o4tr MluslnM tv4Wt Mf, II vtlt IsUf
HOT LAM, 0BS00W.
O. K. M.
IQl'IMR or ANT
This Cap Label
b a fuanntae of ths purity and rich.
nan M bvacoruao t,ram in tr cn
which bean It Insist on Metng It
bslort you tsur, or ask rour doawr tor
R toss farthest Is most irettts-
frit and mora plaaiinf to ths art
idad int wtury inuiauons.
EijhUnd, DL, U. S. A.
AWaraM Craom.' i
We sell, rent, and repair all makes of
typewriters. Write for new catalogue
of New Donsmore.
Huxley. Ryan & Co.,
82 Fourth Street. Portland, Or.
Excursion rate 2c a mile the year round.
ask nearest O. R. (EL N. Agent.
Five thousand Lalmperlala sold by J.
V. Burns during the month of Septem
ber, this year, an Increase of 1,000 over
tor good, reliable piano work see
your local tuner, Th. Fredtrlckson,
SOU Bond stree. Phone 2074 Red.
Peterson & Browns" fall khoes
I men attract attention, Prices 13
R. I. OWENS. Proprietor.
(Jus JtrookN, MunutrtT,
See the Illustrated Pictures
Eighth anil Astor Streets,
New Style Restaurant
Everything FirstJCIasr. The Best the Market Affords.
Open Day and Night Good Service.
BO tlth St- next door to Griffin Bros.
and adjoining the Office Saloon
Saves Half the Fuel
The Bteamer Mayflower has been put
on the ways at Leathers', and her pilot
house will be raised two and one-half
The steamer Edith is beng overhauled
at Leathers' yards. The repairs to
this boat will necessitate practical re
ine scnooner Anay Mahoney was
towed to sea yesterday. She is lumber
laden and goes to San Francisco. Her
cargo consists of 800,000 feet.
The German steamship Elba arrived
down the river yesterday and departed
for Kobe, for orders. She took 189,409
bushels of wheat, valued at $146,200.
The tug Samson departed yesterday
for Ladysmlth, B. C., with the barge
Washtucna In tow. The Samson Is in
charge of Captain James Tatton and
during the winter will be engaged In
towing coal barges from the sound to
The tug Vosburg, which arrived Fri
day from Nehalem. brought a raft of
150,000 feet of logs for the Clatsop Mill
Company. She reports having towed to
sea from Tillamook on Tuesday the
schooners Guide and C. T. Hill, both
lumber laden for San Francisco, and
having towed in on the same day the
schooner Jennie Thielen. The Vosburg
towed to sea on Thursday the schooner
Oakland, lumber laden for San Fran
WAITING FOR WITNESS.
The preliminary examination of H
Kanaoka, the Japanese section hand
now held at the county jail on charges
of robbery and assault with Intent to
kill, will not take place for some days to
come. The Jap upon whom the assault
was committed is still laid up at Port
land hospital hospital, and It is neces
sary to await his recovery before the
examination can be held.
C. LAWS & CO.
527 BOND STREET
P. A. TRULLINGER
FOOTBALL TEAM ORGANIZED.
The Astoria football team has effect
ed organization for the season, George
'Barker having been chosen manager
and M. Knutsen captain. The team
will engage in indoor practice at the
handball court of the Commercial Club.
The opening game of the season will be
played November 1 with the Fort Stev
ens eleven. Negotiations are under
way for games with several other out
side teams, and some good sport is
promised. Charles H. Abercrombie,
who has had extensive experience, has
agreed to coach the local eleven,
which will doubtless make an enviable
reputation for Itself.
CHAMBER MEETS TOMORROW.
Th-i regular meeting of the Chamber
of Commerce will be held tomorrow
night. The matter of relocating the
harbor lines will be brought up and a
full attendance of members is requested.
GREAT METEOR. DISCOVERED
Object Found Near Oregon City
Weighs 25 Tons.
BROKE INTO HIS HOUSE.
The newest and latest In cigarettes
Pall Malls; cork tips, at P. A. Trul-
llnger's. Two stores.
S. Le )ulnn of Cavendish, Vt., was
robbed of his customary health by In-
vaslo nof chronic constipation. When
Dr. King's NewLlfe Pills proke Into his
house, his trouble was arrested and
now he's entirely cured. Theyr're guar
anteed to cure, 25c at Chas. Rogers'
Gentlemen, your feet would b com
fortable and look neat In Peterson aV
Brown's new J J. 60 and $4 fall shots.
428 BOND ST.
RHEUMATISM CURED AT LAST
Good Xews. for All Who Suffer
WUh KheiinmtiKiii, Free.
A LIFE SAVETl
Many lives are annually destroyed by
diseases resulting from faulty plumbing
Be sure your plumbing Is dons by an
expert, and save annoyance and dan
ger. Gas and steam fitting, heating,
tinning, etc. Fixtures In stock.
JOHN A. MONTGOMERY,
425 Bond street. 'Phono 1031.
We are thoroughly prepared for
maktnj estimates and executing
orders for all kinds of electrical
Installing and Repairing
Supplies In stork. We sll the
celebrated SHELBY LAMP. Call
up Phone 11 0.
H. W. CYRUB, - Mgr
To all who suffer with rheumatism I
will Kindly send free the wonderful
Ktory of how my mother was cured aft-
er yt-ars of suffering, together with the
most elaborate treatment on rheuma-
tlsm ever published.
No matter what your form of rheuma
tlsm is, whether acute, chronic, muscu
lar, inflammatory deformant, sciatic,
neuralgia, gout, lumbago, etc no mat
ter how many doctors have failed in
your case no matter how many so-called
"sure cures" you have tried I want
you to write to me and let me tell you
how my mother was cured.
I am neither a doctor nor a professor
simply a plain man of business but
I have a CURB for rheumatism, and I
want to tell everyone who suffers with
rheumatism all about it. I appeal es
pecially to the "chronically 111" who are !
wearied and discouraged with "doctor
ing" and to those who have been cast
aside as "incurable."
Send me your address today a postal
card will do and I will mall you this
wonderful story. My address Is VIC
TOR RAINBOLT, Room 2. 136 West
12th street. New York, N. Y.
Four chairs at the Occident barber
shop. No use to miss everything wait
ing for a shave. First-class artists and
oy me way, tnis is the place to get a
bath. Everything the very best. tf.
See Zapf, the house furnisher, for
your carpets and linoleums. He carries
the largest stock In the city. o2U
Chilly mornings call for heating
stoves. Zapf has them. 630-4 Commer
Central Meat Market
642 COMMERCIAL ST.
Your order, for
FRESH AND SALT
Will be prnmpny and
iallsfiMitorlly MtcmM to
Telepnooe No. "31.
FISHERS' OPERA HOUSE
L C. SELIG, Uuc sad Msnaf.tr
One tvet'k commencing
MONDAY, OCTOBER 26th, '03
In a rcjx'rtoire of tho latest
A Company of 25 People
-Superb Hand and Orchostra
llib Cliuw V'ainlt'villo be
tween tho Acts.
DENTAL OFFICE REMOVED.
Dr. Ball has removed his dental office
from the room ut 524 Commercial street
to the Ounderson building over Peter
son & tlrown's shoe store, 22-lwk
DRINK THE BEST.
When you want refreshments, you
want the best. Call on P. B. Knner.
Star saloon, 607 Bond street, who keeps
everywing nrst class. Patrons always
receive courteous treatment. Onen day
wa nigni. s27-tl
Fuel ! Fuel ! Fuel !
Reduced to $2.00 per Won Losd
by the Kelly Trtniftr Company
KELLY THE WOOD MAN
Is Here to Stay
Fir Slabwood 2 per conl
Boxwood 1.50 u loud
A LOVB LETTER.
Would not ' Interest you If you were
looking for a guaranteed salve for
sores, burns or plies. Otto Dodd, of
TJPonder, Mo., writes: "1 suffered with
an ugly sore for a year, but a box of
Bucklln's Arnica Salve cured me. Its
the best lalve on earth." 26c at Chas.
Rogers drug store.
A place where you can buy line wines
ana liquors for family and medicinal
use, at reasonable figures. The Cali
fornia Wine & Liquor House, 422 Bond
street, 'phone 2174 black, are content
with small profits. No bar. Free city
Subscribe for The Morning Astorian.
Oregon City. Oct. 24. A huge lump
of iron found on a farm near this city
recently Is a meteor of almost pure iron:
with a trace of nickle. It Is excessive
ly tough and broke several hack saw
blades In efforts to cut off small pieces.
Its weight Is estimated at 26 tons.
The object had nearly buried itself In
the ground and had apparently been
there for years.
SAVES TWO FROM DEATH.
"Our little daughter bad an almost
fatal attack of whooping cough and
bronchitis," writes Mrs. W. K. Havi-
land, of Armonk, N. Y., "but, when all
other remedies failed, we saved her life
with Dr. King's New Discovery. Our
niece, who had consumption in an ad
vanced stage, also used this wonderful
medicine and today she Is perfectly
well." Desperate throat and lung dis
eases yield to Dr. King's New Discov
ery as to no other medicine on earth.
Infallible for coughs and colds. 60c and
11.00 bottlee guaranteed by Chas. Rog
ers. Trial bottles free.
CIGAR STORE FOR SALE.
For sale, cigar store on Commercial
street. Apply to P. A. Trulllnger, 676
Call up phone 1961 and Inquire aibout
Australian lump coal, it costs no more
delivered at your door than poor fuels.
It contains no dirt, and makes no clin
kers and but little ash. Finest and
cneapesi iuei in the city. A perfect
steaming coal. Every customer Is well
pleased. We deliver it free.
ELMORE & CO.
Reduction sale on ladles' and child
ren's fall and winter hats until Novem
ber 1, also a nice line of shirt waists,
eklrts, ladles' and children's furnishing
goods, hair switches and pompodores,
MRS. R. INGLETON,
, Welch Block.
CONFESSIONS OF A PRIEST.
Rev. John S. Cox, of Wake. Ark.,
writes: "For 12 years I suffered from
yellow Jaundice. I consulted a number
of physicians and tried all sorts of med
icines, but got no relief. Then I began
the use of Electric Bitters and feel that
I am now cured of a disease that had
me in Us grasp for 12 years." If you
want a reliable medicine for liver and
kidney trouble, stomach disorder or
general debility, get Electric Bitters.
It's guaranteed by Charles Rogers.
Only 60 cents.
Office boy; must write Spencerlan
hand. Apply at A, &, c. R. auditor's
Phone 2211, Black
KELLY the Tranifcrmt
'Something Doing All tho Tiino"
Tho lutigliablo Four Act Comedy
Chnngo of bill each night
RtMrvtd Scsti 35 tent Cillery 25 cent
Scat mIi epeni Saturday mornlnf it
Griffins book iiorc
The Best Restaurant I
Regular Meals, 25 Centi
Sunday Dinners a Specialty
Everything the Market Affords
Palace Catering Company
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
North Pacific Brewing' Go's.
Best on the Coast
(ELATER1TE It Miotnl Rubber)
TODD MAY IWTJnWU HUILDIWOl
or ttn& it naoaamar jr to IlJILiAOI A WOHK-OUT ItOOF1
Takes the plaoa of shingles, tin, iron, tar and gravel, and all prepared roofings
For flat and steep surfaces, gutters, valleys, eto. Easy to lay. Tempered for all
limates. lieaaonable in cost. Hold on merit. Guaranteed. It will pay to ask for
prieei and information.
THE ELATERITE ROOFING CO., Worcester Building. Portland