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THE MORNING ASTORIAN, SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 1904.
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The Astoria National Bank -
GEO.n.OK0IMlK. GEO. W.WAIIBKN, W. 11, BARKER,
AUa.HCllEftNECKNAU. L. MANSUlt.
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First National Bank of Astoria
Capital and Surplus $100,000
ASTORIA SAVINGS BANK
Capital l'M la 910000. Surplua and Undivided Frofiti 25.000
Transacts a general banking bualneaa. I ale roe t paid on time dapoalU.
J. Q. A. BOWLBY, 0. 1. TETEltSON, FRANK PATTON, J. W. OARNEB,
IWdwi Vie TrealdoDt Cashier. AaatCaiHer
168 TENTH STREET, ASTORIA, ORE.
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET
""' (1. W. Morton and Jobn Fobrman, Proprietora.
CHOICEST FRESH AND SALT MEATH. - PROMPT DELIVERY.
54a Commercial St. Phone Main 321.
GOING TO THE FAIRT
What to Do If You Deslra Practical
If you contemplate YlalUng Ua Bt
Loula EipoalUon, to aocure rellablt In
formation aa to railroad aervloa, tha
lowest rates) and the boat routes. Alao
as to the local condition In Bt Loula;
hotel, ota. ato.
If you wtU writ the undersigned,
ctatlnf what Information you deelre,
the aem will bt promptly furnlabad.
If wo do not fcava It on hand, will
ecur It for you If poaaJbla, and with
out any tipanaa to you. Addros
;' ; ' .. ! a it TRUMBULL.
Commercial Agent 141 Third ami.
Fresh testimony In frtat quantity
la conatanUy coming In, declaring Dr.
King's Now Dlacovery for Consump
tlon, Coughs and Colda to ba unequal
d. A recont eipresslon from T. J.
McFarUnd, Bentorvllle, Va., serves a
example. Ha writes: "I had Bron
chills for three yeara and doctored all
the time without being benefited. Then
I began taking Dr. King's New Dlacov
ery, and a few bottlea wnoiiy curea
me." Equally effective In curing all
Lung and Throat troubles, Coneump
- tlon. Pneumonia and Grip. , Guaran
teed by Chaa. Rogers. Druggist Trial
bottlea free; regular alaea, 6O0 and
The Northern Paclflo Railway Com
pany will placa round trip tlcketa from
Portland to Bt Loula and return on
account of tha world'a fair on aula aa
. June 10th, 17th and 18th,
July 1t, 2nd and Srd.
August 8th, Oth and 10th.
Sept 6th, 6th and 7th.
October Srd, 4th and 6th.
Tha round trip rata to St Loula and
return from Portland wlU ba 107.10,
Tlcketa will ba good for return via any
A round trip rata of 17150 will alao
ba made from Portland to Chicago and
If a passenger desire to taka In both
Chicago and 8t Loula tha round trip
rata will ba 171.00.
AU tlcketa will bo good for 10, daya
from data of Bale. Tlcketa will b
aood going tea daya from data of aalo
so that a limited atop-over can ba bad
on the going trip and on the return
trio paaaengera can atop at their plea
uro west of the Missouri river or Bt
Paul Theaa rates apply via direct
lines, but If passengor wlahea to re
turn through California tlcketa can be
sold accordingly, but at an Increased
rate of I1J.60 added to above.
For any additional Information do
sired, call or address A. D. Charlton,
Assistant General Passenger Agent
northern Paclflo By. 255 Morrison
street corner of Ird, Portland, Ore. ;
If it is worth while
business at all, it is worm wn
a lot of it
And this means
always a proportionate amount of news-
TRAVEL IS GENUINE PLEASURE ON
Baltimore 66 Ohio R. R.
ROYAL BLUE TRAINS
Chicago and New York
via WASHINGTON, D. C. ,
Finest and Fastest series of trains in the world. Palatial Coach
es, Pullman Buffet Parlor and Drawiug Room Cars.
The Finest Dining Car Service In the' World.
Is operated by the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
B. Eli AUSTIN, General Pass. m - Chicago, II!.
School Girl of Peoria, Illinois,
Who Made Great Record, Has
Gone Blind at Study.
SAY THAT THERE IS HOPE
Phyalclana Say Tlicy Will lie
tore Her 8lht and That
llllndaeaii WaaKeault '
Chicago, Juno 10. A dispatch to the
Tribune from Peoria, Ullnoia, aavs:
"Myrtle Berrr, aged II, a member
of the graduating class of th Peoria
high school, baa become totally blind
while at her studies. Sho never waa
altSlcted before, and surgeons believe
her affliction la temporary and could be
relieved by local treatment This,
however, - Is refused.ber parents not
believing In doctors.
Dangers With Histories.
Senator Quay of Pennsylvania waa a
collector of Indian relics, and took great
Interest also In autographs, cotna and
stimps. Often, though, ho ridiculed,
good naturedly, collectors' hobbles.
Ho waa showing a reporter hla In
dlon robes one day. Tha young man
took up a curious antique dagger that
lay on a buhl table.
"This dagger must bo very old," he
said. "Has It a history r
"It has Indeed." said Senator Quay.
It la the dagger that Macbeth thought
ho saw, A descendant of Macbeth gave
It to mo In Scotland several yeara
Senator Quay smiled. "There la only
one dagger I would trade this for, and
that la a dagger thatuaed to hang on
the wall In Alpphonse Karra study,"
"Karr, In ono of his stories, had
poked a good deal of fun at a woman
named Colet Mmo. Colet, enraged at
being made a butt of, stabbed Karr.
He, on his recovery, hung the dagger
she had stabbed him with abovo. his
dealc with this Inscription beneath It:"
"'Presented to Alphonae Karr by
Mme. Colet In the back". New
Heard In a Picture Shop.
Jesse Lewiehon Is a collector of pic
tures. The other day he waa convers
ing with Robert Henri, the painter,
"Art galleries and exhibitions," Mr.
LewUohn wild, "are Interesting places
to haunt I wlHh I had noted down
all the odd comments I have heard In
"Only last week I stood behind two
young women from the country In a
Fifth avenue picture shop. One of them
called the other's attention to an at
rocious animal piece.
"'Two Dogs; After Landseer,' she
read from the frame. 'I can see the
two dogs, but where Is Landseer?"
"The other young woman studied the
'"Where Is her ahe aald. T guesa
this must be one of them puzzle pic
tures.'" New York Tribune.
An Example of True Laziness,
President Cowry of the Western
Union Telegraph Company holds that
laziness, more than alcohol or anything
cine, la responsible for tbo failures that
Ten and women make of their lives.
'Take the tramp," aald President
Clowry ono day. "What Is the tramp's
dominant trait? Is it not laziness?
You may say the tramp '. fond of
liquor. s Well, i answer that ho la
fonder of Idlenea. He could swim In
liquor if ho w. uld work for It But
ho will not wotd.
"All failures are lazy. But the laziest
failure Is the tramp. A tramp knocked
at the back door of my cousin's farm
In Vermont one hot afternoon,
"Lady,' he said to the cook, 'will
yo spare a poor feller a drink of
"'Certainly,' she answered, 'Here's
a tumbler, and there's the pump
"Thank you. kindly,' said the trim p.
'And now. If you'll Just work the handle
wo shan't be long New York Tribune.
The Rule of the Game.
They were playing a little social
game of poker in the parlor, the young
gentleman acting aa Instructor to the
It is not your turn to bet now, Miss
Primlelgh," be remarked, "you have
the advantage of not having to bet until
the othera have all said."
"Why so?" she Inquired.
"Because you have the age on us,"
She waa bis bitterest enemy from
that time on. New Orleans Times-Democrat
A Matter Easily Understood.
A. H. Hummel, the lawyer, waa din
ing with a group of actors.
Apropos of a certain breach of
promise suit, one of the actors ex
claimed: '1 can't understand how an honor
able woman can jilt a man and at the
mme time keep the engagement ring
That ia very simple," said Mr.
Hummel. "The woman has changed
her opinion of the man, but she ad
mires the ring aa much aa ever." N.
A Persian Pessimist
Dr. Richard T. Gotthell of Columbia
university has a broad knowledge of
oriental tales and proverbs.
Dr. Gotthell was condemning pesaim
ism one day at Columbia.
"Pessimism," he aald, "Is as old as
the hills. Mankind baa always recog
nlzed it and has always derided it
"There Is a Persian story about a
pessimist This story is so old that no
date can be assigned to It It con
cerns a pessimistic farmer.
"'Good friend,' a visitor said to the
farmer, you are fortunate this year
He pointed to the heavy and rich grain
fields spreading as far as the eye could
see. 'You can't grumble he went on,
'about your crop this season, eh?
"No whined the pessimist but a
crop like this Is terribly wearing on
the soli" N. Y. Tribune.
A WOMAN'S BACK.
The Aches and Pains Will Disappear
If This Advice Is Followed.
A woman's back has many aches
Most times 'tis the kidneys' fault
Backache Is really kidney ache.
Thafa why Doan'a Kidney Pills
Many women know this.
Read what one has to say about St
Mrs. Painter, wife of J. W. Painter,
expressman, living at 310 East Seventh
street, Portland, says: "I have had
more or less kidney trouble all my
life. When quite a young girl I had
a severe spell of sickness, and all who
knew me thought I was going to die.
I Anally recovered, but ever after my
kidneys bothered me and I have suf
fered at times terribly. I could no
more lie on my left side than I could
fly, and could not stoop to pick any
thing oft the floor without working
myself up gradually by placing my
hands on my hips. In addition to this
there were headaches, dizziness and
trouble with the kidney secretions, for
all of which I doctored and used more
than one remedy aald to be a sure cure
for auch annoyances. Nothing brought
me relief compared with that received
from Doan'a Kidney Pills. The results
stamp that remedy aa one fully up to
representations made for It"
Emphatic endorsement can be had
right here In Astoria. Drop into Chas.
Rogers' drug store and ask what cus
Sold for 6O0 per box by all drug
gists. Foster - MUburn Co., Buffalo,
N. Y., sole agents for the United
States. ' ; ' - '
Remember the name Doan's and
take no substitute.
THE FAIR ROUTE,
via Chicago or New Orleans to St
Louis, is one that gives you the most
for your money, and the fact that the
ILLINOIS CENTRAL offers unsurpas
sed service via these points to the
WORLD'S FAIR, and In this connec
tion to all points beyond, makes it to
your advantage, In case you contem
plate a trip to any point east to write
ua before making final arrangements
We can offer the choice of at least
a dozen different routes,
B.. II. TRUMBULL, Commercial Agent
143 Third street Portland, Oregon.
J. C. LINDSEY, T. F. & P. A.
143 Third street Portland, Ore.
F. B. THOMPSON, F. & P. A.
Room L Colman Bldg, Seattle, Wash
The Worldo Fair Route.
Those anticipating an eastern trip,
or a visit to the Louisiana Purchase
exposition at St Louis, cannot afford
to overlook the advantages offered by
the Missurt Paclflo Railway, which, on
account of its various routes and gate
ways, haa been appropriately named
The World'a Fair Route."
Passengers from the northwest take
the Missouri Paclflo trains from Den
ver or Pueblo, with the choice of either
going direct through Kansas City, or
via Wichita, Fort Scott and Pleasant
Two trains dally from Denver and
Pueblo to St Loula without change,
carrying alt classes of modern equip
ment Including electrlo lighted obser
vation parlor cafe dining cars. Ten
dally trains between Kansas City and
Write or call on W. C. McBrlde, gen
eral agent 134 Third street Portland,
for detailed information and illustrat
Terrible plagues, those itching, pest
ering diseases of the ekln. Put an end
to misery. Doan'a Ointment curea At
any drug store. T "
For Sale. Good as new will
sell cheap for cash. Apply
to C," care of ASTORIAN.
The Southwest Limited Kansas City to
Chicago, The Overland Limited to Chicago
via Omaha, The Pioneer Limited St. Paul
to Chscago, run via
Chicaeo. Milwaukee & St. Paul
Each route offers numerous attractions.
The principal thing .to insure a quick,
comfortable trip east is to see that your
tickets read via the Chicago, Milwaukee &
St. Paul Railway.
If. S. ROWE.
134 Third Street, Portland
SUE H. ELMORE
The Largest; Staunchest, Steadiest and most Seaworthy vessel
ever on this route. Best of Table and State Room Accommo-
dations. Will make round trip every five days between
Connecting at Astoria with the Oregon Railway & Navigation
Co. and Astoria & Columbia River R. R. for Portland, San
Francisco and all points East. For freight and passenger
rates apply to
SAMUEL ELMORE & Co.
General Agents, Astoria, Or.
A. , C. R. R. Co., Portland, Or.
Pacific Navigation Co., Tillamook, Or.
O. R. (SL N. Co., Portland, Or.