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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 29, 1903)
ASTORIA OUKGON. SUNDAY. frOVlMIlEh 2f. 1KK1.
i 1 II WlNlialt raSlli Jit j
I NOT THE BEST IN THE WORLD
BUT THE BEST ON THE COAST
Clearness is an index of
Clearness is an index of
For Pure, Clean and Pal .
atable Beverage drinK
If you do drink
Why not drinK
the Best you can
L. U. HENNINGSEN $ CO.
- Upholsterer and
Readies Steves, Tinware
504 BONO STREET, ASTORIA. OREGON.
The Finest Hotel
r Magnificent Display!! "
jj Judge for yourself when you examine the stock,
tt SPLENDID LOT OF RINGS
n That cannot be duplicated in Astoria.
a '".,. .. .
88 88 8 8 8 8888888
. Everything First Class. The
Open Day and Night
at Bth St. next door to Griffin Bra.
and Adjoining the Office Sate,
P. A. TRULLINGER
Cigars and Tobaccos
The Edison Graphaphone, Disc and Circular.
Agent" for the Portland Safe and Lock Company.
y Best on tne market. -
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: - -
Cor. Tenth and Duene Bt.;
For the best
SHOE , see
and Second Hand Goods.
PHONE, RED 2305
In the Northwest
J. H. SEYMOUR
Can give you Bargains.
8888 8 8 8 8 8 88888
Best the Market Affords.
' M Ik , W .
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Sea Sanci to
Senator Fulton to Interest Geo
logical Survey In the
i Dr. Auirtlst Ktnna k Kum
v j i .,,. una iiiidvni
1 himself for years In gold deposits
tn the Clatsop beach sands, reived
letter yesterday from Senator Fulton
relating to the subject. Senator Ful
ton la interested tn the mutter, havinw
been communicated with by Pr. Kin
ney, and submit a plan that li deem
d my feast We by" all who have heard
ot It. The plan la to have sand taken
up by the dredge Chinook assayed
very few weeks and In thta way Inves
tigate thoroughly the practicability of
separating the gold found. In order to
have thl don ihe senator will interest
the United State geological survey
And the engineering department with
th idea so that the matter will be tak
en up and handled through the right
channels. Dr. Kinney has faith in the
projwet and believes that if It Is gone
after in the right manner good re
sults will be realised. The same thing
nai been dons on the Sacramento river,
the dredge there being equipped with
machinery rpeclally designed to sepa
rate the gold from th sand. "','
While of the -opinion that the sea
snnd does not contain as much gold as
the beach sand. Dr. Kinney believes
that an Investigation In the manner
proposed would be the best thtng poss
ible. It la well known that sand, both
on the coast and at the head waters ot
the Columbia and in tributary streams.
contains gold, but the trouble has al
ways been to Interest enough capital In
the undertaking of showing whether It
would pay to be separated. Now that
there is a strong liklihood ' that the
government will assist in probing the
subject. It Is a matter ot congratulation
to all concerned. ,
NOT A SICK DAT SINCE.
"I was taken severely sick with kidney
trouble.' I tried all sorts ot medicines.
none ot which relieved me. One day I
saw an ad. ot your Electric Bitters and
determined to try that. After taking
a few doses I relt reueveo, ana soon
thereafter was entirely cared, and have
not seen' sick day since. ' Neighbors
of mine hare been cored of Rhuema
Usin, Neuralgia, Liver and Kidney
troubles and General Debility. This
is what B. F. Bass, of Fremont. N. C.
writes. Only 60c at Chas Rogers,
Miss Bess Sabo is visiting In the city
from Chinook. ; - - ...
J. 8. Delltnger returned last night
Martin 'Booth was In the city yester
day from Rainier..
W. L. Ulman, of Portland, was in
Astoria Friday and Saturday.
Miss Laura Harrison was an Astoria
vlltor from Warrentoh yeterday.
J. A. Bender was In the city yester
day from Knappa doing business.
M. B. Boxarth will return to Port
land tomorrow.- He has been in the
city since Wednesday.
G. A. Hartman, of Pendleton, visited
friends In Astoria Thanksgiving and
the remainder of the week.
Collector Walter Robb and Mayor
Suprenant were entertained on board
the dredge Chinook yesterday.
Miss Cora Johnson, Who teaches the
primary department tn the Warren ton
school, visited the city yesterday.
Tom Roes is in the city visiting with
C. R. Thomson left yesterday morn
ing for Los Angeles, where ne goes
for the benefit of hi health. Mr.
Thomson will return by the" first of
his mother. Mr. Ross is one of the
star football players of the coast, and
his connection with the Multnomah
team lent prestige to that organiza
Tom Jewett entertained a number of
his friends Thanksgiving at the Ham
mond Estlng House, Hammond. A
delightful banquet was spread and all
present enjoyed themselves.
Jess Henry, a former resident of this
city, arrived a few days ago from Se
attle where he has been for khe past
few weeks. Mr. Henry Intends to leave
leave this evening for California, and
eventually will go to the Philippines.
Harry Flavel, who is attending the
Portland academy, has visited with his
parents since Thanksgiving day. The
young man Is fullback in the football
team of his school, a team that has
won the 1903 interscholaetlc champion
A card party was given at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. UUlnger Friday
evening In -honor of their daughter,
Miss. May Utzinger, by the social or
der of young ladles known as "The
Club." "I doubt it," was the game
played and the prizes were won by Miss
Bees Reed and Nat Tallant. Light re
freshments were served and the even-
ing throughout was delightfully spent,
Those present were: Misses Florence
Ross, 'Bess Reed, Mary Nowlen, Nell
Carnahan, Gertrude Stockton.UUlnger,
May Utzlnger, Ethel Bllnn, Frances
What Shall We
Have for Dessert?
This question arises in the family
every day. Let us answer it to-day. Try
a delicious and healthful dessert. Pre
pared in two minutes. No boiling 1 no
taking! add boiling: water and set to
eooL Flavors: Lemon, Orange, Rasp
berry and Strawberry. Get a package
at your grocers to-day. xo cts.
Thomas and Mr. Roland MUM. The
gentlemen were: Messrs, James John
son, Dickenson. Dell Scully, Frank
WoodtMJ, Roland Mills and Randall
Miss Letla Drain and Mlt Oertrude
Upshur entertained a few friends Fri
day afternoon at the home of Mrs. A.
M. Smith. Hearts was played, flint
prise being won by M'ss Units Gray
and second by MIm lots Parker. Those
preajnt were: Mlwea Ha-I tthb, Win
nie Van Duaen. Maude Van P-usen,
Winnie HUrsMs, Kate Wood, Lls Car-
nhn, Hasd Stockton, Lois Parker,
Myrtle Shuhour. Sally Gray, Jennie
Nowlen. Lo'll Gray, Kllcn' Nowlen,
Carrie Short, and Dorothy lt. rf
DOSEN'T RESPECT OLD A08,
Ti'i shameful when youth fulls to
show proper respect to old age, but just
the contrary in the case of Dr. King's
Nsw Life Pills. They cut off maladies
no matter how severe nnd Irrespective
of old age, Dyspepsia, Jaundice. Fever,
C"natlttlon and all yield to tnls per
fect pill. So at Chas, Rogers" drug
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
Astoria National Bank
at Astoria, In the State of Oregon, at
the close ot business November 1J.1WS:
Loans and discounts.
Overdrafts, secured and un
U. S. Bonds to secure cir
culation 1M00 00
Premiums on V. 8. Bonds... l,0 W
Stocks, securities, etc &,92 T?
'Banking house, furniture and
fixtures ISJ3 01
Other real estate owned W SW 00
Due from National Banks(not
reserve agents) WH 09
Due from State Banks and
Bankers Mi4 28
Due from approved reserve
agents UWtt M
Checks and other cash items S.S9S 0
Notes ot other National Banks 40 00
Fractional paper currency,
nickels and cents OS tt
Lawful money reserve tn
Specif 51,799 35
egal tender notes ICS 00 52.624 S3
Redemption fund with V. S.
Treasurer (5 ot circula
tion) M 00
Capital stock paid In..
Undivided profits, less expen
ses und taxes paid 18,109 111
National Bank notes out
standing 11,400 00
Individual deposits subject
to check ........ 1204.475 59
cates Of deposit 78,726 50
of dcDOsIt 1208,120 20 491.323 29
" Total $580,832 10
State of Oregon, County of Clatsop, ss
I. J. E. Hlgglns, Cashier of the
stave named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement Is true to the
best of my knowledge and belief.
3 .E. HIGOIN9, Cashier
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 24th day of November, 1903.
E. Z. FERGUSON, Notary Public
3eo. H. George,
George W. Warren,
Wm. H. Barker, Directors.
G. 0. MOEN,
AUDITOR and POLICE JUDGE.
W. H. BARKER.
Regular Republican Nominee
C. H. Abercrombie
Regular Republican Nominee
AUDITOR and POLICE JUDGE.
C H. Abercromble Is a Self-Made
Man, Educated for Le
.,: gal Career.
When the aitt of C. H.Abercromble
was placed !n nomination for' auditor
nnd police Judge at the recent conven
tion, th young man was given an
ovation that Is seldom accorded by del
egates so assembled. Mr. Abercrombl
la distinctly an Astoria boy, haying
lived here for IS years of his U )gars
of lite. He Is knoivn by everyone, la
uulversnlly popular, and is appreciated
for his many sterling qualities.' He
graduated from the Astoria hhth school
In iJ and after that worked his way
through the law department of the
university of Wisconsin. For years he
was a popular clerk In A. .V. Alton's
store. Last year he returned to his
home to commence the practice ot law,
He fat a prominent member of th Cora
merclal Club and for seven years has
been affiliated with the Toung Men's
The chief characteristic ot Mr. Aber
cromble Is that 'work has no terrors
tor him. H is distinctly a self-made
man. studying at every opportunity
and working all the Ime, fit the In
terval of his graduation from th high
school and his entering up a law course
at the university, Mr. Abercromble
! studied law under C, W. Fulton what
time he was not at hi work In the
store of A. V, Allen,
. Mr. Abercromble Is young man of
keen legal mind and rare clerical abil
ity, the qualities essential tor the ottU'
ot auditor and police Judge.
Depends Isrgely on the oooditkios of the
stomach. If this important oriran is al
lowed to become weak, Conitlpaftoa de
velop, Thta Mows Nsums, Skk Itssdacht,
NtrvoutasMi Insomnia and Gtntrsl wtsliMU.
To preserve health there is nothing a
Hosteller's Stomach Bitters, It will aid
digestion, promote regularit and Dys
pepsia and Constipation. A trial will
convince yon ot its vslae. For Ssk by sll
ABOUT AUSTRALIAN COAL
Coal Is tht best fuel
Australian Is tht best coal.
You don't have to hire It split.
It burns without seasoning-,
No tune space required (or It.
Australian coal excells all others.
It makes less ashes and dirt.
It keeps a hot even (Ire,
It Is the cheapest fuel,
Call up phone 1961 tor coal.
We deliver tt (or you.
No charg-t'tor delivery.
ELMORE A CO.
Notice is hereby given that the office
of auditor and police Judge will be open
from ( to t p. m. commencing; Satur
day, November 18, and will remain
open until close of registration. Rg
tratlons will close Saturday, Decem
ber 5 at 4 o'clock, p. m.
OIX)F ANDERSON. Auditor and Po
COAU COAU COAU
If you want your money's worth
- Ring; 'Phone 1311,
GEO. W. SANBORN, Aft.
Fir slabwood, stove lengths, S3. 00 per
cord. Boxwood ll.M par large load.
Phone 2m Black. Kelly, the transfer
- THE PALACE BATHS.
Hours (or Turkish and Russian baths
I p. m. to t a. m.. except Sundays.
Best equipped barber shop In the city.
Five artists always on hand.
. . .-. r
These Planers are a scientific snd harmonious combination of
healing and strengthening gums, together with the Saiti of that most
wonderful of Nature's Lakes, Jledlcal Lake, Washington. No
Piaster before devised, combines such peculiar curative snd
strengthening qualities, and we Confidently assert that this is the best
snd most highly curative Plaster ever compcunded. ' Tbey give
instant and soothing relief, will be found the most excellent Plaster
you nave ever tued, and will curt Throat, '
Chest and Lung Difficulties, Kidney and
Bladder Affections, Lumbago, Weak Back,
Backache, Rheumatism, Pleurisy, Coughs,
Orfppe, Cramp, Strains, Sprains, Lams
ness, 5t(nASS and Inflammation of the
Joints or Muscles. f
Medical Lsks preparations are not patent
medicines. J , ' : f ' .
A Hsalesl Lsks Taklst dlssotv4 b s glass et water,
aulas s ailfghtnillrMleJoM cooling twvarag. Psopis
of Ooaty or RhessMtle tsndsaclM tf twwfltoi
eulckly by SrlBMng MeSlcsl Lsks Wstsr.
MEDICAL LAKE SALTS MfOVCO., Sole Mfr.
; NEW YORK AND 8POKANB, WASM '
Medical Lake Salts Mfg. Co.,
My Pear Slrav-For several yeurs I had been a sufferer from chronic disorder of th. tn'm v :"
lther eat nor drink with comfort, and my stomach seemed to rebel against such fold li ft ' CU d
Joyed. It was some time after I learned of the virtues of Medical Laic . In m,-. othtt ')eoPIs
consented to try th, water, for
ed and I commenced using the
crediably short' time was entirely well
For sals In Astoria by Frank Hart, comer Twelfth and Commercial.
' TweMth and Commercial and Charles Rogers, Odd FsUow, Binding ,
' Fine Stationery-Xmas Cards
tUM COMMF.IU IAL ST.
SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK
Opaque window shade. 35c
quality at 25c
15c Brass Exteoiion rods
ijcCorrtigaled cottage poles
in white, four fee! long
J for.. J B5.:,
Decorated cnpi and saucer
in sera! porcelain 1 for 25c
Iron beds from $2.50 UP
We carry the largest line of Lounges, Couches and Sofas In the city.
Let us figure with you on furnishing your home; we ran do it in
good style. We sell the famous Ohio Steel Range- lrt on earth.
Agents for the New Home Sewing Machine; prices away down.
'rtjM , S.-yf SU.s.s nm
For a Suit or Overcoat? You'll Get
-most for your money here-an IN
SPECTION is CONVINCING. 4? & &
Agency for Hawes $3 Hats -
Subscribe for The
"fHMIll'" 1 iv .11 imHii - .
the reason the J bad no faith in it.. Bu
water. Much to my surnrlse Immediate
Since then I eat what best pie
O.VIGIN, Medical Lake, Wash
Earnt Wood Souvenir.
M7 t'oiumcrclul Kt. Astoria, Ortnoii
6 Hole iter I range the tig.
gent value ever offered
worlh - f j j.oo thin week
Wood teat high bark chair
worth 6 jc thii week . . 60
Ail linen warp matting nice
patternt all th ia week at
prr yard.,; JQc
Heating stoves $2.25 ul"
Dutchen Wamcntal Trousers
-ij9Hrafe t ft e
i niili'il S
t persistent frZ . J! betort 1
in,rv T,? "I1" ev-1!-
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Conn Drag Compaajr
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