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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 2, 1904)
THE MORNING ASTORIAN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1904.
ly Into the tip of thumb and fingers
of kid gloves, will prrvem ripping and
postpone the day of shabbinesa IndeP,
The largest oil ship in the world, the
Narraganett, has Just been launched
In the Clyde. She will hold 10,000 tons
of oil, which can be discharged at the
raite of nine hundred tons an hcur.
Cheer the men and women you meet
from day to day with "a kindly word
and a friendly smile. Everybody re
sponds to these things. There is
trouble enough in the world without
adding to it with frowns .
, PERSONAL MENTION -
John Kassa, a resident of Cat Blame t.
In the city yesterday.; . i
C. F; Lester, mayor 'of v"ajrentoh,
tu in the city yesterday.
Larry Sullivan has returned to Port
land after an outing at Seaside.
v i Superintendent McGuIre, of the A. &
-C, returned yesterday from Portland
' George Johnson came down from
' Skarookawa on the Vanguard yester
Miss Wlnnlfred Higgins is in Port-v
land, where she will visit for a few
days. ;-4 ', .
". Mrs. Albert Dunbar is spending the
-week at Knarmton with Mrs. C. H
' CsUender s ' ' ' ' .' !.' :'
' Mrs. N. Burkholder came down yes
today from Skamokawa on a shopping
Mrs. Warren Stone and daughter,
Miss Jennie, of Cathlamet. were down
yesterday from CathlameV
, J, M. Hughes left last'-evening for
Coos bav on legal business. He will
make a short stay in Portland.
Messrs, J. T. Ross and J. E. Hig
gins went to Seattle last night on bus
iness. They will return tomorrow
night. ' " , "... "' "' v
Master Fish Warden Van Dusen went
to Salem last night to attend the regu- 9?&S&?g$&
lar monthly meeting of the state flsh KAi,,," !!?
commission. Sterling Rsnsdy Co., Chicago or N.Y. fay
; George Hanlgan, county clerk, , of aXkuAL SALE, TEI EILU3I BOXES
Wahkiakum county and one of the pub
Ushers of the Columbia River Sun, was
in the city yesterday from Cathlamet.
Miss Mary Dawson visited the city
from ber home at Skipanon. She re
turned home last evening, accompanied
by Miss Bertha Hobson, who will visit
n the west side for a few days.
which I ttm SlBwtwl (or ki tw.aiy rr.
rll.f thu any othw raily 1 k.r. .r riti. I
til rttlaly rMuid Wi 14 trUwU at
himt all taj ara rapmHt."
i so, wuara, aigia, Ufc
If Th Cowi
Fishers' Opera House
A DIRECT LINE
to Chicago and all points Mat; ' Louts
vUit, ' Memphis, New Orleans; and all
Set that your ticket reads via the
Illinois Central R. Jt. Thoroughly mod
ern trains connect with all transconti
nental lines at St. Paul and Omaha.
If your friends art coming west let us
know and wt will quote them direct
the specially low rates now la effect
from all eastern points.
RADIOS RADIOS , RADIOS
Stupendous Offer Made by
Well Known Phil. Firm.
KA1MOS KAIMOS RADIOS
TUoiinhihIm of IVrsoiiH In All Sw
tioiiM of tlit Country Have
11mmi llHldliy Till
' vovcry. ;
An Information as to ratea. routes.
etc., cheerfully given on application.
B. H. TRUMBULL, Commercial
Agent, 141 Third street, Portland. Or.
J. C. LIND6ET, T. T. P. A., 141
Third street, Portland, Or,
P. B. THOMPSON. P. A. P. A.,
ASK THE AGENT FOR
!i ip y a
temoers or the Commercial nh
oowiing team speak . in terms of the
highest praise of the courtesies ex-f
tended them by the Portland Comraer,
eUls on occasion of the recent visit of
the local aggregation. The home bowl
ers and members of the club generally
. left nothing; undone to provide for the
entertainment of the visitors, who were
dined at the conclusion of the contest
The match proved an exciting one and
the result was in doubt until the very
end of the last game.. The Astoria nsl
should easily have taken the first, sec
ond and third games, but probably
eould not have won the fourth game.
because of the great number of ,"cen-
tera" Bay was particularly unfor
tunate in this respect NeNlther Peter- j
. son nor Hardesty bowled anywhere
near his usual game. The AstoHant
are not at all discouraged, but will Im
mediately Issue another challange
which will be accepted so the match
can be bowled about March 1.
; ' . ...TO..' - :
SPOKANE. ST. PAUL. DULUTH,
MINNEAPOLIS, CHICAGO AND
ALL POINTS BAST.
For Full Particulars, Rates. Folders,
Etc. Call on or Address .
3. W. PHALON. H. DICKSON.
Trar. Pass. Agt City Ticket Agt
Ut Third Street, Portland.
fit First Avenue, Seattle, Wash.
A. B. C DENNIS TON, O. W. P. A.
Seats at Griffin's Book Store
Men. to learn barber trade. Only
eight weeks required; constant prac
tice and expert instruction;' positions
secured when competent; i Catalogue-1
mailed free. Moler System College,-
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. AU druggists refund the money
If it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's sig
nature is on each box. 25c. ' V tf
Nervousness is often imaginary
There" are 249 women doctors in Great J QNLY
Britain. , . ( ,
Keep ijood company and you shall be
of the number.
( A handful of good life 1 worth a
bushel of learning. - .'
' ' Of the 638 colleges in the United
States 330 admit women.' 1
Women are now oeing substituted for
men in the Italian postal service.
. Do not make , work for mother;
rather help her ' with ' what must be
.Kin,. k TO- talk riik. Is Francisco Calif.
rAinoje WW v. m ' -
f!y; try to show others how kind you
can be. 4 .
Sunshine in the sky is fine. Sun
shine in the heart is more than fine
it is divine. . ,
Men's old hats may often be rejuve
nated nicely at home with the aid of
hot water, anionia and a good brush.
What do you do to help the poor?
It is a work that makes the giver twice
as happy as the one who receives.
Life is a unlverssity; and those who
stuff their heads full of p"tty prejudices
and silly hatreds always stay In the
Sweden and Denmark have no sol
diers who can not read and write. In
Russia's army 70 per cent, of the men
It is much easier to dress a baby on
the bed than in your lap. You will
have both hands free and greater lib
erty of motion.
- If a lamp is upset and the oil takes
fire, throw fire on1 it. Water is worse
than nothing. A rug or quilt may
smother it out.
One of the sad spectacles of life Is to
see how many sweet, sensible, and in
telligent women are married to sour,
simple and Ignorant men
The average age for men o marry
Is highest in Sweden, thirty-one years,
and the lowest in the United States,
t-venty-slx and one-half years.
Most Mexican cities have no fire de
partment as they are built almost en
tirely of stone, with stone floors and
tile roofs, leaving little to burn. s.
"Mexico, D. F., as tne posimam on
all Mexican postal matter reads, means
Distrito Federal," or Federal District, J
Taa "Northwestern LlnAd" trains.
eiectrlo lighted throughout, both lild
and out, and steam heated, art with
out exception, ths finest trains la the
world. They embody the litest, newest
and best Ideas for comfort, convenience
and luxury sver offered the travelling
public, and altogether art ths mcsl
complete and splendid production of th
car builders' art.
-These splendid Traios
The Great Northern
The Northern Pacific aotl
The Canadian Pacific
AT ST. PAUL FOR
CHICAGO and the CAST.
No extra charge (or these superior
acommodatlons and all classes of tick
ets are available for passage cu the
trains On this line are protected n th'
Interlocking Bloc!: System. :
Dear Friends: . s
. IHm't read this advertisement If you
expect to get Homeinimr ror notnuitt.
(because you wont, we nuve a oq
I article and we want money for it. lie
If you hud something that was worth
a dollar would you alve it free? When
you read arc advert Iseiiient where you
ir. i Hninethina ror not num. mat some
thin is either no aood or else they are
ui) to some ' nun nam game.
We nr not rurinlmc a hatent medl
cine business, so rest easy on that sub
ject. We do not know the word failure
never have and never will. The edu
cated and hlaher classes are the ones
we want to reacn. we reucn men ana
women In all walks of life. Men and
women, who are touny before the nub
ile as national characters have had our
confidence and the benefit of our ex-
ner ence. it In a 20th century nro
duct one that will be mors appreciated
the more It Is tried.
'i-resit from tne nam anu as coou as
she looka" This old saying describes
our clients to T. V e have a V 1TAL
1ZEK not a patent medicine. It tones
the system.cenl rallies weaknesses of all
descrlDttons makes an even temner
ature all over the body and in fuct It
makes a new man and woman. Hudlos
will within a few years be a part of
every hospital and 8ur"l('al Institution of
our land. No aerm can stand the force
of contact with this new discovery.
Rheumatism and debility fie before It
The mltrhty force of the turbulent wat
ers of Niagara are In comDarlaon with
this new product a an old fuahloned
CANDLE IS to KADIUM.
one tierson writes: "Why did not
some tme discover It before T
Another says: "Bo slinole It Is hardly
From the far west cornea the iinno.
Melted response: "A Uod-send to hu
manity." Wallcott Christie, of New York, the
well-known author says: "Mysuccesn
In a great measure Is due to 'Radios.'"
Weakness of certain oranns la resron
slble for all diseases. We build up your
system so tnnt a disease is an imDoas
Ibllity. . If your digestive organs are out
of order. If your blood Is Impure, if
you can t sieeo. eat or attend to bus
iness. I will cure you. and guarantee to
ao so. i win give you a written guar
antee. Could you ask for anything
HATS TRIMMED FEEjS
BIG REDUCTION SALE DURING MONTH OF JANUARY
- ll&ts, Skirt,? Shirtwaists, Underwear. -All
kinds of Ladios' and Childron'i furnishing
:' i f goods. , Htiir .switches, and pompftdora.
Welch Block. I a ' "msX INGLETON.
BAY VIEW HOTEL;
Commercial Street, Opposite 0. R. & N, CO. Wharf;
COMFORTAULK ROOMS AND GOOD TABLE
BOARD. HOME COOKING. NO CHINESE
MISS E. GLASER,
R. J. OWENS, Proprietor
MS BROOKE, Manager
. Great Palace of Art of this Pacific Coast
sit nit illustrated pictures
Eighth and Ator Sts. f ' ,
1 ',, ! Phone 831 u
.- '. .. ' tt
Fine Bar and the Best of Liquors and Cigars
Delight your friends, astonlnh rola
tlves, and make wonderful experiments
wiin mis new metal RAn'UH HUL.
PH1DE of Zinc activity fiOO.OOO' nwr.
O.800.500. We give you this as a pres
ent when you order "Radios." This
alone Is worth several dollars of anv
man or womnn's nionev. Ai t fh n m
nn A-rays. Himmy womiariul. Hemern
oer wis is a present.
. 812 Drexel Building
Knclosed find one dollar for which
send me a treatment of 'RADlOH"
In a nlnln sealed wrsnner. and also
one Radio Sulphide of Zinc activity
If 1 am not entirely satisfied and If
I am not curel you sgree to refund
the money and one dolliir extra for
my trouble. You are to send me
written contract to that effect.
SUE H. ELMORE
The Urgest; Staunch, Steadiest and most ScawdrUiycssoi
lvcr vh una rouw. uecioj; iaiilo and Btate Hoove Accpratno-
datiois. Will make round trip every five days between-
The shortest line between
Minneapolis, St. Paul and
Time Card ol Trains
Puget Sound Llmlted.7:25 mm t:4S pm
Kansas City-St. Louis
Special 11:10 am 1:46 pic
North Coast Limited S:M 0 m 7:00 a ml
Tacoma and Seattle Night
Express 11:46 pm 1:06 pa
Take Pugst Sound Limited or North
Coast Limited for Gray's Harbor points
Take Puget Sound Limited for Olym
Take Puget Sound Limited or Kan
sas Clty-St Louis Special for points
on South Bend branch.
Double dally train servles) on Graf's
Four trains dally between Portland.
Tacoma and Seattle-
aniT nrresnnnda to our Washington, D
' A wee bunch of cotton pressed firm-
John Fuhrman, O. W. Morton.
Central Meat Market
642 COMMERCIAL ST.
Tour orders for
FRESH AND SALT
Will be promptly nd -satisfactorily
Telephone No. 821.
the route of the famous
"The Trsin For Comfort."
every night in the year.
Before starting on atrip no matter
where write for lnU'reHtlng Informa
tion about comfortable traveling. ,
H. L SISLER, General AjtnL
132 Third St Portland. Oregon.
T. W. TKASIMLE,
General Pasneniror Agent,
Ht Paul, Minn.
ut me toon or Herman CJiven
The annual masquerade ball of the
Sons of Hermann will take place In
Foard A Stokes hall on Thursday
evening, February 11. Nine handsomo
and durable prizes will be given this
year. The committee In charge of
the ball has enjraged the finest music
In the city and the usual good time is
assured. The prices of admission are
Gent maskers $1 00
Lady maskers CO
Tickets can be had from any of the
members. An additional prize will be
given this year to one ot the spec
tators. Coupons will be given with
each ticket and of course tne lucky one
gets the prize. , ,
ssits STitaI-Peps!n Oapsufss
Sold by Chas.
Vor toll munition or Ottarrb
et the Bladder and Dlioucd
niatMji. jio sure so pr
Cans anloklf wd Priaa
Bentlf the wont mhi ot
so nuUlTof howlom lUud
Ins. AlMolaUlf bwrulMa,
Hold by druitrliti. frl
11.60, or bf null. poitMUL
THE SAKTAl-fEPSill 60,
Rogers. 4S( Commercial
II fn Win.. Hwor Wru..L or tni 4. fo
1 V Jf l.n. ' fhr t'rHl"lill.r. T)lnlb
W fc Mid l!i llcf t-r 'AiemiMr, lfr.
JK If !- Mull. 1 0.OiiO r...Umilil.. Sold M
bafki Avififiiw, i .ti Mii martin
l"f OHICIJKKIKH'.S K.VCLISU
lit l aud Unhl D.. J1U boiw.
UMii U4 VtyV. i.a'1iu, .wh UU.
These uny Capsules are superior
xo oajsam ot opuioa. v
Cubebs or Injections andurm
CURE IN 48 HOURSlpT
ths earns diseases with
Connecting at Astoria with the Oregon Railway & Navigation
! Co. and Astoria & Columbia Uivcr It. K. f6r Portland. San
I Francisco and all points East. For freight and passenger
, rates appiy w , . M ; , t. ....
SAMUEL ELMORE & Co.
General Agents, Astoria, Oregon
A. dX C. II. R. Co.,
B. C. LAMB,
6. R. (EX N. Co.,
(ELATERITE Is Mineral Rubber) " ' ' ,
VOUI MAY INTWnU HCILilum) ' "
orlind 1 n.e.Muy to KliPLACB a WOOHOT.' KOOV
Takes ths plaon of sbinftles, tin, iron, Ur and gravel, snd all prepared roofings
For flat end steep surfaces, gutters, valleva t t?.: i.. L-!?.JlT'iD?
climates. Keasonable in cost. Sold on merit. -Gnftrantfled. Tt. wi) 'ZTt Jil i
prices and information. " ' " .
THE ELATERITE ROOFING CO., Worcester Building, Portland
OTH I NG FLEAlS EvS
so well as nicely laundried linen.' We have the," neatest
ana mosi sanitary launary m the state and do' the best
worje. vui,vfM(5 help. . .
Cor. Tenth and Dnane 8t. fl ' w ( m
pbons i99i. 1 ne i roy Laundrv
iwstwpr sirts i