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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 21, 1904)
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ASTORIA, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21.
ASTORIA SAVINGS BANK
Capital I'aid in $100,000. Sarplus and Undivided Profit 25.000
Transact! a general banking business. Interest paid on time deposit.
J. Q. A. BOWLBY. O. I. PETERSON, FRANK rATTON. J. W. GARNER.
.President View Fresnlent. tasoier. awl wmiit
18 TENTH STREET, ASTORIA, ORE
First National Bank of Astoria
Capital and Surplus $100,000
Ca. H. George, President,
J. E. UiSJlM, Cashier,
Geo. W. Warrtn, Vlcefceskknt,
CUnisgliu, AmL Cashier.
The Astoria National Bank
GEO. H. GEORGE, GEO. W. WARREN, W. H. BARKER,
AUG. SCHERSECKNAU. L. MANSUR.
Firat National Bank Portland, Oregon.
Continental National Bank. Chicago.
Bank of New York. N. B. A . New York
Crocker Kool worth Nat. Bauk. S. F.
The TROY Laundry
Is the only White Labor Laundry in the City. Does the Best
of Work at very reasonable Prices, and is in every way worthy
of your patronage. Cor. 10th and DUANE STS. Phone 1991
A First Class Concert Hall - Finest Resort In The City
ATTRACTIVE PROGRAM CHANGE WEEKLY
Seventh and Astor Streets CHARLES WIRKKALA, Prop.
Oa jrer diaky farria travel
Or bargiia ml exencriom aa a blk
But the tin a mftlT aearia'
Wbca lH k km akappearia'-.
AM 1 rackoa rtm caa sad mm aa tfc fik.
4 Wad of tha Fik," WaUac. Inrta, fi lijltikaai
, k? CaUier'i Weekly. fabllaic ptaUa,
To St Louis and Return
hnt 16, 17, it; Julr 1,1,$ Aafaat 1,0,10) fcataabat J
4, 7j October 1,4, J.
Rctara Unit, alneqr day.
The Rock Island System offers two route
to the World's Fair City via St. PauW
Minneapolis, and through Scenic Colorado.'
No change of can, Ogden to St. Louis and
St. Paul to St. Louis.
FuS injbrmatioa oa request.
Call or write
H. McDonald General Aft
140 3rd Street, cor. Alder Street,
Rock Isknd Frisco Systems have arranged for sale of round
trip tickets to Chicago and St. Louis
October 27, 28 and 29
These are the last days on which special rate tickets may be
purchased account World's Fair.
Dairy Products of Oregon Shown
to Have Made Substantial
Gain In One Year..
PRICE OF MILK ADVANCED
Cost la Now About Klenen Per
Cent Greater Wages PnUt
by Dulryiueii Much Lai-p.
er lu Total.
Salem. Or.. Oct. 20. Regarding the
dairy and creamery output Labor
Commissioner Holt make, public the
"State Dairy and Food Commissioner
3. W. Bailey reqorts that In 1901 Or
eon nroduced 4.000.000 pounds of
creamery butter valued at 1900,000;
S. 600,000 pounds of dairy butter
valued at S630.000; 2,225,000 pounds
of cheese valued at 1267,000, and milk
and cream other than that used for
butter, valued at $1,800,000. The total
returns for that year were S,59",000,
He states that in 1903 the figures are
'"Creamery butter 4,500,000 pounds
valued atll.525,000; dairy butter 2,000-
000 pounds, valued at $360,000; cheese
2,000,000 pounds, valued at $260,000
milk, valued at $3,000,000, and cream
other than that used for butter, valued
at $450,000. Total value of products.
'Reports to this bureau show that
prices are practically the same aa in
1902, with the exception of milk de
livered by wagons. In this Instance
dairymen are receiving and consumers
are paying about 11 per cent advance
for milk delivered by the quart.
Within the past two years conden
sers have been established in the state. 1
In 1900 the wage earners received
$27,302 of the $639,222 received for the
milk, cheese and butter product of
Oregon. This question waa asked
"If In 1903 the milk, cheese and
butter product of Oregon waa valued
at $4,595,000, what portion did the
wage earner receive? Taking the
same ratio as In 1900, when the wage
earners received $27,302 of the $639,
222 paid for the dairy product, there
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The World's Greatest
The World's Sweetest
Sale Greater than tUs World's FroilQct
ct Otiier Still Soaps.
Sold Wherever Civilization Has
Millions of the world's best people
use Cutlcora Soap, assisted by Cutlcurs
Ointment, the great akin core, for pre
ferring, purifying and beautifying the
kin, for cleansing the scalp of crostt,
scale and dandruff, and the stopping
of falling hair, for aoftenlng, whiten
lng and soothing red, rough and son
hands, for baby ruhes, Itchlngs and
ehaflngs, for annoying Irritation,, or
too free or offensive perspiration, for
ulcerative weaknesses, snd many sans
the, antiseptic purposes which readily
suggest themselves to women, espe
cially mothers, as well ss for all the
purposes of the toilet, bath snd nursery.
Cutlcora Soap combines dellcat
emollient properties derived from Cut!
enra, the great skin enre, with the
purest of cleansing Ingredients snd the
most refreshing of flower odours. No
other medicated soap ever compounded
is to be compared with It for preserv
ing, purifying snd beautifying the skin,
scalp, hair and bands. No other foreign
or domestic toilet soap, however
expensive, Is to be compared with It for
all the purposes of the toilet, bath snd
nursery. Thus It combines In one soap
st one pries the most effective skin snd
complexion soap, snd the purest and
sweetest toUet, bam snd nursery soap.
SaM ttumkaat Ik wU. Cam limine!, tea,
af l'koM (nin run, a, aw ti of o
8a ton ml CkMakm Count nil, . aw W
m... loss. Ut. Dvootoi Lam&f. tt (
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should be paid for labor $196,258
EEP CANONS .
A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY
nature In all he glorious beauty,
snd then 'the acme of man's handi
work. The first la found along the line
f the Denver 4 Rio Grande Railroad,
in Utter at the St Louis World's
fair. Tour trip wlV be one of pleas
ure make the most of It For lnfor
tuition and Illustrated literature write
W. C. McBRIDE, Gen. Agt.
Dr. C. Gee Wo
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IN A CLOSET FOUR DAY8.
Delirious With Fever, a Woman Nearly
New York, Oct. 20. After a fruit
less search which began last Saturday
and had been taken up by the police
of the five boroughs of Greater New
York, Mrs. Rae Singer, 20 years old
has been found locked In a cloPt
within less than a block of her home In
East New York. She has been imprls
oned four days without food or
While her nurse was absent for a
few momenta last Saturday, Mrs,
Singer, who. had been 111 for some time,
suddenly arose, threw on a wrap and
fled from the house In a delirium of
fever. Seeking refuge from Imaginary
pursuers she fled down the street, ran
into an unused building In the rear of
a mission and closed the door. A spring
lock snapped behind her and she was
At lucid Intervals the woman scream
ed and pounded on the door, but the
neighbors paid little attention to the
sounds. They had continued Inter
mittently for four days. Then a woman
passerby discovered the source and
rescued the unfortunate patient. Mr.
Singer, who had searched the city con
tinuously for some trace of his wife,
arrived Just as she was found. She
recognized him at once and It Is be
lieved she will recover.
These uny Capsules are superior!
to Balsam of Copaiba ;
UJDeDS or injections inoiimuu
CURE IN 4ft HOURSlMJll
the same diseases with--"
I have placed on sale at a re
duced price my select stock of
home-made' Wrappers and Ka-monaa.
J. Y. KWONQ CO. M
Millionaire Maiden's Will May Be
New York, Oct 20. Further testi
mony has been taken before Commis
sioner Robert F. Lee for use in the
California courts, where relatives are
contesting the will of Miss Bertha
M. Dolber, who last July plunged
from a ninth story window of the Wal
dorf Astoria. The relatives are at
tacking the sanity of Miss Dolbeer,
who made a testament with her own
hand by which Miss Etta M. Warren,
her traveling companion, Is chief bene
ficiary to the amount of more than
Miss Warren, at a previous hearing,
testified that Miss Dolbeer tripped
and fell from the window to which
she had gone because of the heat In
the room. A city detective, Sullivan,
said that Miss Warren had told him
the same story. Hotel Detective J, E.
Smith has now testified, however,
flatly contradicting Sullivan's report
of the interview with Mlas Warren,
at which both men were present.
"Miss Warren told me, said the
hotel detective, "that she had been
In the room; that Miss Dolbeer com
plained she was ill on account of the
heat and went into the corridor.
Miss Waren said she saw Miss Dol
beer open the window, step on the
sill and jump."
Smith Waa sharply questioned by
counsel for the executors but de
clared his recollection could . not be
at fault The hearing will be con
WILL ROUND THE CAPE.
Baltio Fleet Provided With Cargo
New York, Oct 20. In spite of the
fact that the Baltic squadron Is at
sea, says a Times dispatch from Lon
don, war rtBks on clothing, etc., for
Japan are weaker. This seems rather
absurd, the corespondent declares,
since the squadron will certainly be
capable of intercepting merchant ves
sets carrying contraband goods for
That the cape route is the way by
which the big ships will go ' Is in
dlcated by the purchase of the Brit
Uh steamer Maori King. This
steamer recently arrived at Liverpool
from the River Platte with an Im
mense cargo of meat.
She has been bought without un
loading by French intermediaries
and sails at once for the cape with
her cargo of meat The Maori King
Is to be renamed L'Esperance.
White Star and Cunard 11ns tickets
for Europae sold at Kallunkl's candy
It will only take a moment
to tell all about our sensational
bargain eele of matted copies
of the masters, painted in many
colors, only 20 cents apiece.
M 1LLINER Y
Mrs. R. IiikMoii has oueuwl s flue lins of Ladles' sud
Children's Fall snd Winter Hats. Cull snd see thuiii.
CLOSING OUT SALE
Of ladles' and Children's furnishing goods, some rare bar.
guilts being made during this salo. AIho lliiir Hwltolies
snd Pompadours. : i : : : : :
MRS; R. INOLETON, - - Welch Block.
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET
G. W. Morton sud John Fuhrnitn, Proprietors.
OUOIOE3T FltESH AND SALT MKATH. - PROMPT DELIVERY
54a Commercial St. Phone Main 321.
ANDREW ASP, BLACKSMITH.
Having Installed s Rubber Tiring Machine of the
latest pattern I am prepared to dosll kinds of work
in that line at reasonable prions. Telephone 201.
CORNER TWELFTH AND DUANE 5TREETS.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
Of New Zealand
W. P. THOMAS, Mgr., San Francisco.
UNLIMITED LIABILITY OF SHAREHOLDERS
Has boon Underwriting on the Pacific Coast for twenty-five years.
ELMORE a CO., Sole Agents
Astoria, - - Oregon.
FISHER'S OPERA HOUSE.
L E. SEL1C, Lessee and Manager.
May, Oct. 17, 1904,
First PaciEc coast tour of THE IIUMniREY-OUAP-
MAN CO., introducing
Supported! by anexcoptionally strong roportoire of metro-
polite plays. Opening performance,
"BURIED AT SKA"
Every detail of the famous New YorK produc
tion faithfully carried out.
PMkR Reserved Seats 35 cents
BEVAiL Gallery 25 cents
Seat sale opens at Griffin's store Saturday morals;
Ecitl's oWepsin Gapsnlss
Wot Icflamiuatton a Oalarrt
of tbe Dlad'ler and Dluuund
KldiMfa. Mo turo DO pay.
Can. qatcklr and Parma.
rmvllf th. wonrt am oi
OonorrlUM-a and ttlt,
no caltrof bow loan itaad.
inc. Abaoinulf harralm
Hold br drngitlitf. rrl
SI M, cr hj mull, HMtpalo,
THE UKTAl-PEPSlI 80.
gold br Cbss. Bogars, 4(1 CosMBsrctsi
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We do good commercial printing.
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