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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 26, 1904)
ASTORIA, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1901
Oolurabus, Ohio, May to, 1903.
61 years ago I bad a severs attack of
Inflammatory Rheumatism. I was laid ni
la bed (or ids month, and tb doctor 1
had did m no good. They changed mtd
Idnct every week and nothing they pre
scribed seemed to help me. Finally I be-
EtbeoMof 8.S.8. Mr knee and elbow
its were swollen terribly, and at one
1 tny joint were to swollen and pain
lul that I could not cloa them whan
opened. I waa to bad that I could not
move knee or foot, I waa-gettlngdlacour.
aged, 700 may be tare, when I began B. 8.
8., but a I taw It waa helping me I con tin
ned It, and to-dv lama touad well man
and bTe never bad a return of the disease.
8. a 8. purified my blood and cured ma
of tlili severe cat of Rheumatism aitet
tterythlng cite had failed. I hart ro
commended it to Where with good re
mit. 1. H. fturu.
355 Ut. Vernon Ave.
The poUonotM add that prod ace the 1
Bammstion and paio are absorbed Intotha
blood and Rheumatism can never he con
quer! till tbeae art neutralised and fil
tered oat of tb blood and system, 8,8.1.
goes directly Into the circulation and at
Cackt th disease Itaelf. It purlfle and re
atorea the blood to a healthy, vorou
eonuiuon. 11 contains no potaab, alkali 01
other strong Bin
era a, bat it guar
na and our phyat
dana will adviat
Our book on Rheo
matiim aent fret.
Tit Swift Sptolflo Ctnpaty, Atlanta,
READ THE ASTORIAN
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AUUALiALE TEI KILUOI BOXES,
ILL LUCK ON
Thirteen Is the Number of Heroes
Sacrificed This Year On
RECORD YEAR FOR INJURIES
209 Plavera Hurt in the Game Great
eat Nnmber of Any Year In
Httory Of Modem Col
Chicago, Nov, JB. The Record-Her
ald todiiy says: '
Thirteen deatha have resulted from
football thla eon. The casunlltr
Hat la the anme aa laat year, but the
number of serious injuries during the
season Junt dosed will exceed that of
any year sine the Introduction of the
modern college sport.
The players Injured number 29.
THEATERS WELL PATRONIZED.
Seat at High Premium Thsnktglv
Ing Day Sermon.
New York. Nov. 25. It la estlnmted
that between 30.000 and 55,000 per
aona attended Thanksgiving perfor
munce In the New York theaters and
that, counting the matinees, there
were 75,000 paid adinlHloii. The to
tal taken In at box oflli-e aggregated
about 1 100,000, Every theater with
poBNlbly two exception wits packed
from pit to gallery.
It waa Impossible to Ret at theater
bos office a aent for any of the more
popular play three day ago. Hecu
lutora held a good many seut until
evening when they got fnncy price.
Several pair were disposed of at $15
a pair, and $rt. 110 and $12 wa fre
In, their Thankaglvlng sermons
nearly all of the leading mlnlatera de
voted themaelvea to the reaulta of the
recent cnmiuilgn and to the outlook
fur the future of the country.
Towering Through Sue.
Port Buld. Nov. 25. A dlvlalon
of the fluaaian second TadAc (uad
ron, (which arrived yeatnrday) ha
entered the Sue canal. Local re-
Free Delivery. -
presenUtlva of Ilua!a are accom
panylng the wiuadron on board the
Dagahlp. The Ironclad . are being
towed through the canal. No unto
ward Incident occurred here.
RACING AT LOS ANGELES.
500 Hore Now at the Tr.ok
Los Angele. Nov. 24. Ascot park
will open It gate today for a aeaaon
of lit day' racing. About 600 animal
are now (tabled at the track and many
more are expected within the next
month, lloraea from New Tork, Chi
cago and St. Loula track muke up the
hulk of the racer, though the Pacific
coaat haa furnlehed a large number.
There are It atakea to be contented
for during the aeaaon.
STRIKERS THROW AT TEAMS.
Window Were Broken and
New Tork, Nov. 25. Employe of
the hanging railroad at ElberfleW who
are on a trlke have thrown atone
and fired on aeveral train, according
to a Time dlapatcb from Berlin,
Numerous window were aheltered
and aeveral passengers were Injured.
Utah Defeate Colorado College.
Halt Lake, Nov. 24. Utah university
overwhelmlngly defeated the Colorado
college eleven thla afternoon, running
up a arnre of 43, while enally holding
the Owl goal line enfe.
Suppoted Murderer Arretted.
San FranclBco, Nov. 24. The police
have arretted a man named Robert
Meek on uplclon of being one of the
men who annaulted and killed I M.
I'lln, mate of the ahooner Enalgn.
The English aoientlet who claim to
have found a new race, "armed with
boomerang," on a Pacific Inland could
ahhave made the tame dlncovery by
vlaltlng any well regulated political
Judge Parker probably did not ex
pect It from a man who had junt la
ued and appeal for unlversul peace.
The Chicago explorer have un
earthed at Dagdad a etatute of king
Da-Udah, who flourlahed thousonda of
yeara ago, and who bear a moat re
markable reeembhinre to Senator De-'
Why not get the best there is? If you want
a good steady heat, no clinkers or dirt and but
little ash, be sure you get
It is th!e mosi ocondmMl MA cohvenit fuel
and is by for thb best coal oil tfao'. Mtiiricei'
pew. Now If they will find Pa-Udah'a
Joke book much may be hxplulned.
uerwrai aine na not talked a
much 'a wo expected, fie seem to
have been retired on both half-pay
It la reported ht the glue trut I
to go out of bualnea. Another failure
of the big atlck.
CJeneral 8toeael la probably In
doubt aa to whether he had better look
for relief from Kuropatkln or from the
An Indiana man wa paralyzed
while talking over the telephone.
Wonder what the auld to him.
a a a
Jackeon, Ky., now announcea that
It haa neither police force or aaloona.
The little (till up In the mountain
and the feuds supply both booze and
Fashionable London I now Insisting
that men' coat must be creased.
The upper berth patsengerflnd him
self In the fashion occasionally,
a a a
Bi, reieraourg manage to be gay
in eplte of the war In Aala. Home of
the prominent people there have rea
son for especially rejoicing In the fact
that they are to far from Port Arthur,
a a a
If Rojestvensky had General
Stoessel s grit It would take more
than a fishing fleet to stampede his
Physicians Insist that the free
lunch apreads disease. The absence
of It might spread atarvatlon.
a a a
Treasurer Roberts will report to
congress that there is a demand for
small bill. We suggest that "more'
be substituted for small.
When Danger Signals .
your liver out of order, con
stipation, or your stomach not
working rig;ht, it's a sign of
distress which, unheeded, will
lead to trouble it is time to
Beech am s
Bold Everywhere, in boxes 10a and 25&
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A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY
Sea nature in all be glorious beauty,
and then the acme of man's bandi-
woik. Tb flm Is found along the line
of tb Denver A Rio Grand Railroad,
thf latter at the St. Louis World's
Fair. Tour trip wll be one of pleas
ure make tb mosf of It For lnfor
Jiatlon and Illustrated literature write
W. C McBHIDE, Geo. Agt.
For San Francisco
every five days.
Columbia Elver to
roniaoa ana Way
Steamer Nahcotta leave Astoria, on
th tide DAILY EXCEPT STJNDAT,
FOR ILWACO, connecting there with
trains for Long Beach, Tioga, and
North Beach points. Returning si
rlves at Astoria same evening.
Through tickets to and from all prla
elpsi European cities.
O. W. ROBERTS, Agant,
Time Card of Trains
suget Sound Umltod.l : a m 9:tt p m
Kansas aty-St. Loola
npecuu 11:1 am Mia
Nortb Coast limited I:H n m T:fasi
Tecum and Seattle Night
axpreas u: pm g:
Take Puxat Sound Umlted or North
Coaat Limited for Ory Harbsr points
lane rucet Bound umitod for Oiym
Take Puet Sound Limited or Ka
m Cltjr-Bt. Louis 6 Dedal for aotani
on South Bend branch.
Double daily train serrioa oa arms'
Pour trains daily between xwtbanA.
Tscoma and Hoattla.
San Francisco and
Portland S. S. Go.
7t boors from Portland to Chicago.
Ho chsags of ears.
Depart From Arrive
Portland Halt lake, Denver. Ft
Special Worth, Omaba, Kaa- 1 2SP a
t-.Ua. m. aaaClt).Ht Louis,
via Hoot- CbKsfosnd Ui East
express Fait Lake, Denver ri
:18 p.m. Worth, Omaba, Kan- T:Uaa
via Hunt-saa City. 8t Louis,
ftjaol. Wall Walla. fewla-
FartMall ton. Spokane, Minna-
: 1 p. m. lapolta. rjipml, Dululh (as am
OCEAN AND RIVER SCHEDULE
AH sailing dates subject to change.
IF YOU ARE NOT
Dont Travel Over
Illinois Central, at
Any old road will do you and Wt dont
want your patronage; but if you are
particular and want the best and mean
to have it, ask the ticket agent to
route you via the ILLINOIS CEN
TRAL, the road that run , through
solid vestibule trains between St,
Louis, Memphis and New Orleans,
No additional charge Is made for
seat In our recllnnig chair car which
are fitted with lavatories and smoking
rooms, and have a porter In attend
ance. Rates via the ILLINOIS CENTRAL
are the lowest and we will be glad to
quote them in connection with any
B. H. TRUMBULL
Commercial Agent, 142 Third
J. a LINDSET,
T. F. A P. A-, 142 Third
Portland, Ore. '
PAUL B. THOMPSON,
Frt & Passenger Agent, Colman Bids,