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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 23, 1904)
miOAY, DECEMBER 23, 1004.
TIIE'MORNINO'ASTORIAN, ASTOKIA, OREGON.
Nothing Is More Suitable
for a CHRISTMAS PRESENT than a
You can get almost any kind you with at the new umbrella itore.
All repair work neatly done., ' "
431 Cemmerclal Street. C. E. Dm vail.
CAN'T SEE THEME
no other explanation than the failure
to understand the art of making It-
Manufacturer, .f en 4 Dealer. In
Submit us your specifications on any bill you wish
and we will give you best prices. .
We make a apcciulty of Spruce Ucvel Siding and Factory Stock.
Shipment. Made either
b Rail or Water,
Capacity 78,000 feet per day. -
MEATS FISH GAME POULTRY
Everthing seasonable is in our Market.
We sell only Iresli, pure andclean foods.
Prompt delivery. Everycustomer satisfied.
I Astoria Fish, Game and Poultry Market. f
HALAR BROS., i'roprletora, Twelfth Street.
Faculty of i San Jose Public School
SCHOOL PAPER SUPPRESSED
"Jeehee Cause a Row and Editor Will
Be Expelled if the Objectionable
Feature. In the Publication
Are Not Eliminated.
For Stylish Men
SuiU with the Snnp, Stylo and Finish. Be correctly
dressed. It cosU no more if you see
482 Commercial Street.
Scow Bay Iron 8 Brass Works
i Iron, Steel, Brass and Bronze Castings.
General Foundryuieu and Patternmakers.
Absolutely firstclass work. Prices lowest.
Phone 2451 . Corner Eighteenth and Franklin.
PRAEl O COOK TRANSFER CO.
Draying and Expressing
Allgoods.htpnedtoourcare will receive special attention.
709-715 Commercial Street.
Staple and Fancy Groceries
FLOUR, FEED, PROVISIONS, TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
Supplies of all kind, at lowest prioe. for Fishermen, Farmer, and Logger.
Branch Unlontown, Phones, 711, Unlontown, 713
A. V. ALUEN,
Tenth and Com meroial Street.. . ASTORIA. OREGON.
u tllf M H It
114 HLHVKNTIl ST.
O 30 ''OMMFltCIAL ST.
The Finest Hotel in the Northwest
Ban Jose, Dec. J2. The holiday edl
tlon of the High School Hell, the pub
lltfttlon of the atudent body, will not
be circulated unleaa It la reprinted la
the edict Issued by Principal R. D.
Hunt and the faculty cf the school.
Thl. la all because of two "Joshes" the
editorial atafr of the Hell allowed In
the column. The 60-paaf edition was
nil printed and bound and ready to be
Bent when the order came from the
faculty. Alexander Franklin, the edl
tor, and Earl Menker, the buslneaa
manager, were aummonM by Prlncl
pal Hunt and Informed thai the Boll
aa printed could not be circulated, and
If It wan they would be expelled. Here
la one of the joke:
"Yes, Grace M , your fancy etocfc
Iiir-s are certainly very attractive.
The young lady belongs to the bas
ketball team of the school and the
"Joah" grows out of a game that the
team recently played.
The other one objected to Is as fol
nrit young Inuy Did you ever
notice Thereon HherbuiWa gold teeth;
Hecond young lady No; he hasn't
First young lady Yea, he has.
second young may i nave never
First young ludy-Perhnpa you were
never aa close to his mouth as I nave
Principal Hunt declares that the
stan of the Bell has always been
obliged to submit the proofs of the
matter used In the publication to a
faculty committee to censor, but this
time did not do so. A. soon as he saw
a copy of the Bell he sent for the edl
tor and business manager and told
them that the two "Joshes" were vulgar
and must not be used. The boys ex
plained that In the rush It was Im
possible to submit everything to the
faculty and get the paper out on time.
The editor and manager have re
signed their offices. At a meeting of
the clasa on Friday the seniors ac
cepted the resignations and decided to
stand by their associates. The action
of the principal is denounced aa arbi
trary and a number of cartoons show
ing him in the role of the oppressor
with his foot on the editor of the Bell
are being circulated among the stu
It Is believed that the parents of
-holttrs In the senior clasa will try to
settle the matter. The high school
strike in this city six year, ago played
havoc with the standing of the school
and drove awny many students from
abroad who went to school here.
I-nte this afternoon It was reported
that the high school faculty had taken
the edition of the Bell from the Eaton
ob office, where they were printed. It
s said they will blot out the object
ionable Joshes" and then mall the
A Vut rartaaa la Kat Mcfcea.
To be engulfed In one', occupation.
wallowed up In a complicated Ufa,
harassed bjr the atriring and .training,
too worry and anxiety which accom
pany a raat fortune, la not to Im rich.
Tlma and opportunity and Inclination
to nelp othan aa. tba moat valuable
thlnga in tha world, and If too cannot
aelae Uiese, if you cannot utIJIz. them
to your own enlargement, your own
Determent, yon are poor Indeed al
though you hav. million. In tba bank.
If you don't want to Jeopardise
friendship don't lend money to friend.,
When we bear of a penwn who re
fused to submit to an operation and
got well we feel Ilk. cheering.
Tba youngest girl In a family la II.
bla to put on prince, air. long after
her sixteen-year-old complexion fade.
Elderly men should not judge young
ben by themselves. Young men and
elderly men are entirely different prop-oaltiona.
The color, in a tree don't appeal to a
man ao much a. the lumber in It, and
all the poetry In tbe world will not
Famllle. should be good and large, .0
that every member will bear the real
truth about himself from at least a
half dozen persona.
Old fashioned hospitality I. dying
out Perbap. you are to blame for
killing off tone of it bid you ever
visit often and too long? Atchison
ASTORIA .SAVINGS BANK
Capital Paid In 1100,000. Surplus and Undivided Profit. $25,000
Transact, a general banking busiue.. Interest paid on time deposits.
J. Q. A. BOWLBY. O. L FETEKSOS, FRANK PATTON. J. W. GARKZX,
President Vic. President Cashier. Aast Cashier
Jft TENTH STREET. ASTORIA, ORE.
First National Danh of Astoria
Capital and Surplus $100,000
THE HOTEL BREAKFAST.
How tha Amrrlraa Meal Appears ta
The American hotel breakfast is
representative of the general delight in
good living. The length of tbe menu
and the variety of the dishes bespeuk
an appetite that In the early morning
can relish a meal little less substantial
than a dinner.
The hotel lireukfust begins with fruit
-grape fruit if it happens to be In sen-
ton, the hitter sweetness of which
seems designated by nature to awaken
the appetite. And there 1. really u be
wildering problem when next you are
asked to choose among the cereals
from the old fashioned oatmeal to all
kinds of predlgested preparation..
Cooked oysters lu every style are of
fered on the menu, and even In the best
restaurants a plate of oysters costs
nly a shilling. Tbe choice of fish can
be made from a long list of kluds un
known In England. Including weakHsh,
bliu'llsh and shad, with It. delicate roe.
It must be out of compliment to Knit
Hull travelers that herring nnd haddock
are imported. You see them very sel
dom on an American breakfast table.
When boiled egs are euten they are
opened by the waiter into a glass, no
small quantity of butter being added
salt but IV, for "sweet" butter Is sel
dom served. With chop, or steak tbe
American, who never eats cold meats
at breakfast, usually order, potatoes,
and the men I may be brought to a close
with pancakes. These hot cakes, which
are made of wheat, buckwheat rice or
cornmeal, are eaten smothered In ma
ple alrup, a delicious treacle obtained
from tba aap of maple tree..
The American drink, coffee for
breakfast such a coffee aa you may
find In Pari., but not In London and
that he doea not prefer tea would need
HEAD SOLID SORE
Awful Suffering' of Baby i:i
Sleepless Nights of
Skia Fair as a Lily with no Scar
to Recall Awful Sore
"I herewith write out In fall th. be
ginning and end of that terrible disease,
eciema, which caused my babe untold
Buffering and myself many sleepless
" My b.be was born seemingly a fair,
healthy child, bat when ah. waa three
weeks old a .welling appeared on the
back of her head, and in coarse of time
broke. It did not heal but grew worse,
and the tore spread from tbe aixe of a
dime to that of a dollar. I used all
kind, of remedies that I could think of,
but nothing seemed to help; In fact, It
grew worse. Her hair fell out where
the sore waa, and I feared It would never
? row again. It contluued until my aged
ather came on a visit, and when he
aaw the baby he told me to get Cutl
cura 8oap and Ointment right away.
10 please aim t did ao, and to my
eurprtse by their use the aore began to
heal over, th. hair grew over It, and
to-day ah. haa a nice bead of hair, her
akin Is as fair as a lily, and .he haa no
scar left to recall that awful aore, and
It la over eight month, and no sign of
Mr. Wm. rtkr, Elk River, Minn.
'Cure permanent." So write. Mrs.
Ryer, Feb. 85, 1903, alx year, later i
Tour letter of the 19th Inst, received,
asking In regard to tbe cure of my baby
some alx year. ago. Well, the disease
has never returned to her head which at
that time was a .olid .ore on ton and
down the back. Once or twice since
then a patch has come on her band near
th. wrist, but It Anally disappeared
after proper treatment with Cuticura."
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8i Im of ChoeoUM CoMod FUU. Me. Mr TUIof)),
IntM.nl, KtD., Sou, IM. Depot! Undo. V CauttK
koaoo Sq. i Parla, 1 lu do I Poll Bootnn, IV MllM
o. Pot Dnu Chem. Corp . ol ProprtoHn.
a" So4 lot Be o Cut BOOOM."
M Mwmtmmi lTaiii atwabea,
v ,UA'Ki-;-,,-t' jr J
I bears the above cap label
Contains fully as much
food substance per can as
the watery imitations in
It is smooth and perfect
because skillfully pre
pared. Its purity Is
ASTORIA IRON WORKS
JOHN FOX, Pres. and Bupt
F. I BIHilOP, Secretary
A. L. FOX, Vice President.
AUTUIUA SAVINGS BANK, Trau
Designers and Manufacturers of
THK LATEST IMPROVED
CANNING MACHINERY, MARINE ENGINESAND BOILERS
COMPLETE CANNERY OUTFITS FURNISHED.
Foot of Fourth Street, ... ASTORIA, OREGON.
ANDREW ASP, BLACKSMITH.
Having installed a Rubber Tiring Machine of the
latest pattern lam prepared to do all kind, of work
in that line at reasonable price.. Telephone 29L
CORNER TWELFTH AND DVANE STREETS.
FISHER BROTHERS COMPANY
Agents The Linen Thread Co.
SALMON TWINE, COTTON TWINE, ROPE
Fishermen and Cannery Supplies ' '
AN ASTORIA PRODUCT
Pale Bohemian Beer
Best In The Northwest
North Pacific Brewing Co.
Y V Wll II iUI O Beer.
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Our Drugs Are Pure
We compound prescriptions with great care from' a
complete stock of fresh and pure drugs. We also
sell all the standard home remedies and all kinds of
Proprietary Articles, Combs, Brushes, Razors, Soaps, .
all kinds of Toilet Articles, Etc.
We Charge no Fancy Prices.
and Commercial Street Hart's Drug Store
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YOU CAN DO BETTER HERE
WE tUY FOR CASH AND SELL FOR CASH ONLY
Heating Stoves, Cook Stoves, Range.. Iron Beds, Spring, and Mattresses
are our specialties. t
L. H. HENNINGSEN 3 CO.
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET
tt. W. Morton and John Fuhrman, Proprietora.
CHOICEST FKKSH AND SALT MEATS. PROMPT DELIVERY
54a Commercial St. Phone Main 321.
433 Commercial Street
Phone Main 121
Sherman Transfer Co.
HENRY SHERMAN, Manager
Hacks, Carriages Baggag Checked and Transferred Trucks and
Furniture Wagong- Pianos Moved, Boxed aid Shipped.