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THE MORNING" ASTORIA N, ASTOhU. OREGON.
TUESDAY. JANUARY 84, 1005.
JAY TUTTLE, -M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Acting Assistant Surgeon
0. S. Maria Hospital Service.
Office houre: 19 to a.m. 1 to 4: JO p.m.
477 Commercial Street, Ind Floor.
I Dr. RHODA C. HICKS
HanstU. Bldg. 87S Commercial 8t
PHONE BLACK Sfltt.
C. W. BARR, D. D. 8.
Has Opened Dental Parlora In Rooms
817-818, The Dekum.
' Where he will be pleaeed to meet
Frienda and Patrons.
Pythian Building, Astoria, Oregon.
Dr. W. C. LOGAN ,
678 Commercial St, Shan ah an BuHding
C. J. TRENCHARD
Real Estate Insurance, Commission
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER.
Office 133 Ninth Street, Next to Juetioe
New stock of fancy goods just
arrived at Yokohama Bazaar.
Call and see the latest novelties
BEST 15 CENT MEAL.
You can always find the best
15-cent meal in the city at the
Rising Sun Restaurant
for 15c; nicecake, coffee, pie, or
doughnuts, 5c, at U. S. Restaur
ant 434 Bond St
WOOD! WOOD! WOOD
Cord wood, mill wood, box wood, any
kind of wood at loweet prioea. Kelly,
the transfer man. 'Phone 2211 Black,
Barn on Twelfth, oppoaito opera
BAY, jVIEW HOTEL
E. G LASER, Prop.
Borne Cooking, Comfortable Beds, fCeasoa-
able Rata andjNice Treatment" f
Corner Seventeenth and Duane SU.
75 cents a day and up. Meals
20 cents. Board; and lodging
$4 per week.
Patrons will be furnished wit hthe
best the market affords. Only the
best goods kept in stock.
These tiny Capsules are superior
to Balsam ot topaiDa.
Cubebs or Injection and fttrm
CURE IN 48 HOURSUnlUi.
the same diseases with
Sold by all nrvrtftt1
' Fnone 2175 Red. Open Day andJNlght.
. MAN MING, Proprietor.
Fine meals served at all
hours. Oysters served in
any style. Game in season.
899.Bond Street, Cor. Sth. Astoria, bTa!
The Sound of?
i A Voice
Hy Ktith Cordon f
Copyright, br Franc Wilson 4
hi in n m minin win
They met first in the dusk of a June
evening, and, as Mrs, Stanton said, It
looked like a sheet and pillowcase par
ty. The drawing room was ghostly
with pictures, statuary and chandellcn
draped In white muslin, the furniture
bulking awkwardly In Its summer
Lansing bad dropped in to see the
Stantons and say goodby, and soon
after Mrs. Audley, who was. It trans
pired, to sail with them on the mor
row, was ushered In. She hesitated foi
a moment In the doorway, a tall, sten
der, unsubstantial figure In white-
Then aa they rose and Mrs, Stautoo
stepped forward to greet her she spoke,
and the obdurate heart of Richard
Lansing fell, without a sound, with
out a flutter of resistance, a willing
captive to the most exquisite voice he
had ever heard.
In the flow of small talk that fol
lowed he was strangely silent, floating,
as It were, on the music of that voice,
with Its beautiful modulations and
strange, minor pitch. He scarcely
heard what she said. Indeed, with a
voice like that, words became ridlcn
Rallied by Mrs. Stanton upon his
alienee, he replied to her banter awk
warily and with an effort, like a man
aroused from a dream. Later, when
Mrs. Audley rose to go, she extended
her hand to him frankly. Then she
drifted out Into the glimmering light
of the hall, followed by Stanton, who
went to put her In her cab.
The moment they were out of hear
ing Lansing turned to his hostess, with
Where Is Mr. Audley V he asked
sententionsly, with a grim determlna
tion to know the worst without delay.
"Really, Dick!" she mocked. "Is the
foremost bachelor of our set 'taking
TinHfw' at lst ? TTatp verv Inforpstlrnr''
"Where Is Mr. Audley?" he repeated
"Dead these three years," she an
swered. Then at the long breath that
she heard him take in the soft gloom
of the room she added warnlngly, "But
Penelope has many suitors!"
She bad indeed so many that Lan
sing used to wonder afterward by what
miracle she bad been preserved for
hlra. It was six months before he saw,
UBS. BTAITTON STEPPED FOBWAJRD TO GJtEE
or, rather, heard, her again. A death in
bis family and the precarious state of
the great business that he managed
prevented him from carrying out his
first mad scheme of following her pell
mell across the Atlantic and as many
Continents and parts of continents as
After the first few weeks faithless
Mrs. Stanton had ceased to keep him
Informed of their whereabouts. But,
though Edith Audley seemed to have
drifted beyond his ken, that rare, ca
ressing voice still sounded In his ears,
and. In dreams he saw again that
straight, slim, unsubstantial figure, the
face a mere pale phantom from which
two shadowy eyes looked out
It was just before the Christmas hol
idays, and Lansing had decided that
nothing should keep blm longer, that
In spite of fate be would sal for Eu
rope within the next ten days, when
the tinkle of the telephone bell aroused
him. He lifted the receiver to his ear,
and at the sound that greeted blm he
felt as If a flame of happiness ran over
"Is this 332 Cortlandt?"
The voice was unmistakable. Though
the wires Imparted generously of their
own metallicness, it was still the most
beautiful voice in the world. TJnllke
Trilby's right foot, which had a rival
In her left Mrs. Andley'a voice had no
rival. Lansing was aa certain that It
was she who was speaking as be was
that it was himself who was listening.
"This Is 832," he began.
Before he could get further there
was a despairing exclamation from the
other end of the wire, while the only
voice in the world pleaded, "Won't you
please ring off?"
. Lansing laughed delightedly, but that
cost, him hls.hance. '
Trow are yon, Mrs, AndleyT he be
gan, but a bus, busa-t, bms a i-a,
buM-i-a-t was all that be. got for bla
pains. Nor did his frantic ringing not
the thing he said to central avail him.
"Don't know, air. Can't Bud out,"
was all tliut the distant, impassive
voice of the operator vouchsafed, and
with a slch of exasperation lie at last
hung up the receiver.
She was hack in the city then. $orne
where in the wilderness of brick and
stone that incomparable voice was
making music, but not for him. Sud
denly Mrs. Stanton's warning remark
fell upon his ears us If it had been
Fpokcu by some Invisible presence.
"Penelope has many Miitor."
The thought gomUsl him. While he
tarried, allowing mere life aiul death
matters to detain him, what might not
have bnpcmt? The truth came to him
now with a terrible, crushing force
The one thing hi life greater than all
other things was love. And, strangi
and unnatural as it might seem, lit
loved with nil his heart a woman
whom he had practically never seeu,
since that brief, dim half hour In the
Stanton drawing room seemed more
like an encounter of souls than an ac
tual meeting, where the sweet, strong
woman of her had been revealed to
him In that strange, vibrant caressing
Inquiry at the Stanton residence did '
not put him forward. They were atlll
In Europe, and the housekeeper did not
know when they would return. Nor
could she tell him anythlug of Mrs.
Baffled, but determined, he left no
stone nuturued for the next three
weeks, but- without success. Kdlth
Audley seemed to have disappeared lo
the crowd of the unknown, nud he
wondered If that fool Stanton would
ever bring bis wife back from Europe.
Then, in the most casual manner, the
Information that he had sought In vain
came to him. Waiting moodily for a
friend in the Turkish room of the Wal
dorf late one afternoon, the strident
repetition of a name at last recalled
him to his whereabouts.
"Symington: Mr. Symington:" anng
out a call boy In a nasal tone, looking
Inquiringly about as he sauntered
through the room.
None of the men scattered about the
room responded, and the boy tried
Cnrd for Mrs. Audley! Card for
Mrs. Audley:" he reiterated, with an
expression that Implied that the fel
low who had sent his card to that lady
must be trying to conceal himself.
Then suddenly a gentleman near the
door beckoned to him energetically.
"Mr. Symington?" demanded the
boy. At the gentleman's uegatlve re
ply he looked away very weary. Hut
when the latter, pressing a quarter in
to his band, asked a certain question
he replied with mitigated severity.
Lansing's first impression of her
when at last she came toward him In
broad daylight was that she was like
reed. The eyes were dark and a
trifle wistful, the mouth wide, tlexiblo.
with thin, vivid lips. And then thut
moving voice fell uiwu his ears for
the third time, and lie only knew that
she was all that he hud ever dreamed
of in woman ami more.
"Talk to mel Talk to me!" he would
beg playfully during the weeks that
followed, when he was trying with all
the arts he could master to lead her
to the point that he had reached at a
"I'm growing Jealous of my own
voice," she said to blm at last, wkh a
hurt, questioning look in her eyes. "I
sometimes think that it isn't my
friendship that you care for at all, but
It's only that my voice appeals to you,
touches some chord in you. I don't
Just like It."
And It was then that Lansing told
her, told her with an ardor that she
could not doubt ending with, "Your
voice, my darling, is the most beauti
ful thing in the world, but it's beauti
ful because It Is you put into sound."
And, being but a woman, what could
she do but believe?
Lawyer Praises Vinol.
Druggist Chas. Rogers states he is
continually receiving such letters as
the following in regard to his famous
cod liver oil preparation, Vinol,
Mr. John Kinney of 812 West 28th
St., Indianapolis, Ind., one of the most
noted lawyers of the state of Indiana,
writes: "The Grippe left me in a nerv
ous, weakened, run down condition.
I took Vinol with the very best of re
sults. It made me feel like a different
man, and I am now better and strong
er than I have been for fears.
Bald Mr. Rogers: ."There Is nothing
equals Vinol to restore strength after
sickness, to build up the aged, run
down, weak or debilitated, to cure
stomach troubles or chronic colds,
coughs or bronchitis. What Vinol did
for Mr. Kinney I can guarantee it will
do for others or I will return the money
paid me for it every time.
"Remember, Vinol Is not a patent
medicine; everything in It is printed on
the bottle. It contains In a concen
trated form all of the curative,
strength creating properties contained
In cod liver oil, without a drop of the
oil. No one will dispute the fact that
Cod Liver oil Is the greatest and simp
lest tonic known to medicine, the ques
tion Is which is the best Cod Liver
oil preparation we claim and prove
that Vinol Is. It Is delicious, and the
weakest stomach can retain It. Try
Vinol on our guarantee." Chas. Rog
Under Physicians Five
Months. Went from
Bad to Worse.
Wonderful Change in One Night.
In a Month Face Was
.Clean as Ever.
" I waa troubled with eczema on the
face for five months, during which
time I was iu the care of physicians.
My face was in such a condition that
I could not go out. It was going
from bad to worse Bud I gave up all
hope, when a friend of mine highly
recommended Cuticura remedies. The
first night after I washed toy face with
Cuticura Soap and used Cuticura
Ointment and Cuticura Resolvent it
changed wonderfully, and continuing
the treatment it removed all scales
and scabs. From that day X was able
to go out, and in a month my face
was aa clean aa ever."
THOMAS J. SOTH, 317 Stag St,
Itching and Burning of the Skin
As In ecicma; the frightful acallng, ss
in psoriasis; the loss of hair and crust
ing of scalp, as in scallcd bead ; the
facial distigureincut, as in pimples
and ringworm ; the awful suffering of
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as a rule, are sticky or Irritating- affairs
that do no earthly Rood. Hair, when not
diseased, grows naturally, luxuriantly.
Dandruff Is the cause of nine-tenths ot
all hair troublo, and dandruff is caused
by a germ. The only way to cure dand
ruff Is to kill the germ; and, so far, tho
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absolutely harmless, tree from grease,
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sample to The Iierplcldo Co., Detroit.
Eagle Drug Store, 351-S53 Bond St.,
Owl Drug Store, 849 Com. St, T. F.
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But what Coughs and Colds are prop
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gist. Trial bottle free. ,
BLANK BOOK MAKERS
No Contract too Large. No Job too Small
Book and Magazine Binding a Specialty
the use of leslty wooden
in and wish water out, ty
J. A. MONTGOMERY, Astoria, Or.
ANDREW ASP, BLACKSMITH.
Having installed a liubber Tiring Machine of the.
latest pattern I am prepared to do all kind of work
in that line at reasonable price. Telephone 201.
CORNER TWELFTH AND DUANE STREETS.
ASTORIA SAVINGS BANK
Capital I'atJ tu 9100,000. Surplus and Undivided Profits 125.000
WrtiMnante m I kuhLInn l.tiHliwuaai IhIau.I I I .... i i 1 .v. !t.
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J..Q.A.IIOWLBY. O. I. PETERSON, FRANK MTON. J. W. Cl.UNER,
President Vioe President. Cashier. A sat. Cashier
JftS TENTH STREET, ASTORIA, ORE.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS
JOHN FOX. Pres. and Eupt. A. I..KOX. Vlre I'mdrtriit.
r. L. MSIUM', Secretary AMlyKU HA INtiM HANK, Treas
Dcsifjners and Manufacturers of
, TUB. LATKST IMl'HOVKI)
CANNING MACHINERY, MARINE ENGINES AND BOILERS.
COMPLETE CANNERY OUTFITS FURNISHED. '
Foot of Fourth Street, .... AHTOKIA, OllEOON.
433 Commercial Street Phone Main 121
Sherman Transfer Co.
! HENRY SHERMAN, Manager
Hacks, Carriages Buggag' Checked and Transferred Trucks and
Furniture Wagons- rhinos Moved, Boxed and Shipped.
TO BE IT
One needs a great many things
that can be found at our phar
macy. Every lady needs exquisite per
fumes, face powder and fine toi
let soap, We have a fine assort-
ment of the best qualities of
Particular gentlemen who ap
prccltate tho extra good quality
of our shaving brushes, shav
ing soap, tooth powder, etc., can
procure them at moderate prices
HART'S DRUG STORE.
Corner 14th and Commercial Sts., opposite Foard & Stokes.
ete Printina P
wsih tubi, quit cirrylng 1
luting your Ltundry with
If your Laundry U not modern,
don't you think it should be t If
you nuke it o, the houichol j du
ties wilihe pleasantly pcrflirmed,
and in esse you wish to tell your
home it will, increase tho selling
value, Let ui give you pricei.