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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 4, 1905)
HIE MORNING ASTOKlAN.AMOKv M
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1903,
VC CCAJUJfTBS OUH
and Java Coffee
Watt fa especially put op for our Urn
9f trade, to b ejul to th best ia the
mmmLH, and second to none.
One Pound 40c
B fin are canning fruit this year,
ltsnatser that we Mil the famous
City Churches Organize for Civic
-CLOSED" VS 'OPEN" TOWN
Delegate from Practically
Church and Organisation ia City Meet
at Congregational Church and Organ
it to Carry on Fight for a Clean C.ty.
SB Commercial 8i
KXCH GSADE COFFEX k little appro
mmUt hy the arerage drinker of this
awBt breakfast beverage always ex
eaBrat, if yon use our
Llocha and Java
35c a Pound
Coffee has both a stimulating and
. a Nutrient Quality.
The special meeting at the Congrega
tional church, for the purpose of or
"Whereas, There have Wen some of
the well-known citins of the city con
gregating from time to time discussing
as to the bet way to proceed to bring
back to the city the evil that have
been closed, and we deem this an Insult
to all law-abiding citizen; therefore.
Resolved. That if they persist in
uch a policy we advise that the people
of the city who believe in law and
order deal with those merchant who
iT against these evils
Thi caused considerable discussion,
but wafiilly carried, and after agree
ing to meet at the Congregational church i
Every I next Friday night at 8 o'clock, for the
purpose of electing officers for the per
manent organisation and transact such
other business as might come before the
organization the meeting adjourned.
After the adjournment was taken
ome of the prominent religious worker
were interviewed and the concensus of
opinion wa that the organisation was
JUST A WEEK LEFT
One 'for All, and All for Astoria
Sale's End Near-This W Is
Worth Money at our Store.
PROHPT ACTION REWARDED
EILIRS PIANO HOUSE Announces the
Close of a Remarkably Successful
Special Piano and Organ Salt at Their
Sample Rooms, Nob. 41s and 414 Com
federation of the various h0 to tr? to foro tf dow n "
hurehee and societies in the city into l,in throa, 8tiwr speaking.
one central bodv, whose purpose it will nd tn thr n intention of try
be to further the work for the better- in to forp n?on inia h churches,
ment of the city ak.njr moral lines al- aapito assertions to the contrary.
though called uoon verv short notice. But 00 th "T n"J r
was an unqualified success in the matter firra determination to continue the work
of attendance, and thoush there was no "eJ wgun ami in every way pos
Saturday, September Mo Is the date
set for the close of one of the most suc
cessful sales that we havt ever held in I
Astoria. After that date all pianos and
organs remaining in stock will be sold
at regular prices.
Can you afford to put off longer the
purchase of that piano for your borne?
.,.-.rJ .nif-.inn. nf nihn.Sa.m protect their children and home Buy now and secure a saving to your-
I .. . ... .... ,llf f ( ten in ... I
disolaved. vet one could into from the ,rora v " S " nana " HV" w Pw
3HXS IS TEE WEEK FOR PRESERV
ING PRUNES AND PEARS.
looks and tone of those present a de
termination to leave nc stone unturned
to prevent the old "open town" element
from again coming into control of the
city, and to uphold in every way pos
sible the pre, the sheriff and district
attorney in their efforts to supress
Resolutions were also passed con
demning the action of certain citizens
of the city who were attempting to re
tore the old order of things.
Among the different churches and or
ganizations represented at the meeting
were the following:
First Congregational, First Methodist,
First Presbyterian, First Baptist, Beth
any Lutheran, Norwegian-Danish M. E.,
Finnish National, Woman's Christian
Temperance union; Woman's Suffragist
organization, Finnish Temperance so
ciety, Total Abstinence society of upper
town, Salvation Army, Peniel minion.
with an "open town
BIG ORDER FOR LUMBER.
you may select.
Remember, ours is alwsys the store
I of lowest prices for highest grade goods.
Remember, too, that we have only one
price. It is no "hold-up' cse when vou
China ia the Market to Buy as,ooooo buy here. Another point! We promise
M . 1 - I
eec I no more than we are able to do, and
Seattle, Sept.- 3. Puget Sound mill I we fulfill every obligation.
have been requested to figure on an or-1 Just to mske it interesting, we will
der for 23.000,000 feet of lumber for de- allow FIFTEEN DOLLARS to any one
livery in China. The order is one of the presenting this "ad" to tis not later than
largest ever brought to the mills of this I Tuesday noon, or TEN DOLLARS if pre.
part of the country, and in value repre- Isented as late as Saturday noon; same
sent about $2,500,000. to be applied toward the purchase price
The mills furnishing the lumber will of any piano remaining in stock at the
probably have to furnish tonnage, which time.
will have the effect of piscine the orders I Don t forget to cut out this "ad" and
in the bands of a few of the leading bring it to us. it means money to you;
mills instead of a general distribution, land the sooner you act, the greater is
The cargo price of lumber at the present your saving.
time is about $10 per thousand. Four FJLERS,riANO HOUSE.
years ago the same lumber sold for $14 (Established in Astoria, January, 1901.
I take pleasure in informing my
many customers that from this '
time on you will find me at my
place of business, ready to wait on
you all, and show you that for a
1& yy iiygj
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Inn tim with annff U'hifh was fnllnwPfl 1 4
Ttatk and Commtrcial 8trtts
Branch at Unlontown.
TV Bors a soag is suig the more
ycyular it becomes and the mora we
aeS. To introduce four really GOOD
SONGS the publishers will allow us to
acl FIFTY COPIES only at a special
jrn f, only
J. N. GRIFFIN
Set the Window Display.
WASHING WITHOUT WATER
3 Ufcc Try hi r to Oct Rid of Daadrafl
Wit boot HerpicJde.
DM 70a ever ses any one trying to
-rub themselves without soap or
If you did what would you say of
t Is every bit as foolish to try to get
lid at Dandruff and to prevent Bald
Bess by feeding the germs which cause
m. ajfh Canthrarides. Vaseline, Glycer
ine and similar substances which form
tbm principal Ingredients of most so
called Hair Vigors.
Kewbre's Herplclde is successful be
nw it attacks and kills the parasitic
germ which feeds on tbe hair roots.
It Is the original and only genuine
ratp germicide manufactured.
SoM by leading druggists. Send 10c. in
mmps for sample to The Herplclde Co.,
Eagle- Drug Store, 351-353 Bond St,
Owl Prog Store, 549 Com. St, T. F.
latrrin, Prop. "Special Agent."
timber is confirmed by several
nens mill men of Seattle.
SAVE IN FREIGHT.
Roads Required to Carry Freight at Re
422 and 424 Commercial St.
Why suffer with, headache, conxtipa-
tion, stomach, kidney and liver troubles,
when Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea
will cure you? No money wanted un-
les you are cured. M cents, Tea or
Tablets. For wile by Frank Hart.
There is no better' store than
by an invocation by Rev. Lyman J,
Trumbull of the First Baptist church,
a-king Divine guidance and help in the
work to, be performed.
The purpose of the meeting was then
briefly stated by Rev. Luther D. Ma
hone of the First Congregational church,
after which, on a motion made by Rev.
C. A. merson ot the Uanwn-.Norwegian 0lvmDia. Wash.. SeDt. 3.-An arrange-
M. E. church, Rev. Mahone was selected nient hag ma(je ti,roU(,n the efforts arriving in Portland at 8:30 P. M
to serve as chairman. nf i'nl,P,ml,n rn.U.on . i,q better war to see the slchts of the Co-
A motion was then made by Rev. . lumbermen of Washington mav have the lumbla river than on the decks of tb
H. Layson of the First Presbyterian advantage of a cheaper freicht rate on Telegraph,
thurcn to me enect tnar"a ooara, con- umber to the government,
siting of one member irom each church jj,, Northern Pacific and the Union
and wxiety, be appointed to perfect paPifle( being land-grant roads are re-
plans for the federation of the different quire1 to nr government freight at
cnurcnes ana societies 01 me city, greatly reduced charge,
which was adopted without discussion
Tbe Astorian, 75 cent a month.
Fast Trip by Telegrapk.
The fast steamer Telegraph leaves Cal
ender dock, Astoria, for Portland, Ore.,
daily except Friday, at 2 o'clock P. M,
Astoria's Reliable Clothier
If you want the family to be healthy
strong and active, give them Hollister's I
Rockey Mountain Tea this month. Makes
rich, red blood, bone and muscle. 351
This, it is propo.-ed, will be made to cents, Tea or Tablets. Frank Hart's
Kev, J. Jv torsytft.-superintenaent 01 work for t)ie of the lumbermen Dru store.
the feeamens institute of this city, was by havin- the 0Vernment contract for
the next speaker, and m the eoure of Mumber delivered at the railway and pay
j 1.- 1 n.l .1.-1. .
iiucrexiiiig iai e iuiruuuc-u u for he transoortat on
a - - .
Like Finding Monty.
Finding health is like flmlinir mnncv
following resolution: yhh this chantre in the eovernment's .ini. ,m- .i,.ir n,
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..urr,. e . .c n method of purchasinir lumber it can buy vu w. a wh. enM. ihrntt. t,r
obligations to the prens for the valuable at a pri(H reduced to the fxient of the I eheat irriUtion, better act promptly
cMice mat 11 UB renuri m ic difference in the freight raU. hike W. C. Barber, of Sandy Level, Va,
0. ine a..u rC Mr. Cushman thinks this will be de- ne ay.; "I had a terrible chest trouble,
pieaseu over tne atuiuue 01 me jiom- ci(lwlly advantaceous to the lumbermen Un.ed bv .mnk. and coul Aut on mv
lungs; but, after finding no relief in
other remedies, I was cured by Dr.
I The SEASIDE HOUSE!
mg Astorian, declaring in favor of law Lf tlie Xorthwest.
and order; therefore, be it
"Resolved, lhat we extend to tne C0Sj HIM LICENSE.
management of the Morning Aorian
our thanks and pledge ourselves to stand inspectors Take Away License on Ac
hy the policy of the paper; eonnt nt DniBVnnM
"Iiesoive.1, .m, mat, our gratitude i Seattle, fept. 3. Drunkennens on the
due to the sheriff and district attorney part of lers of vessels, whether the
King's New Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs, and Colds." Greatest sale of
any cough or lung medicine in the world.
At Chas. Rogers' drug store; 60c and
$1.00; guaranteed. Trial bottle free.
for the splendid service they have given.
man in question be a navigator or an
We are also gratified at the success thus engineer, during the time they are on
far made in the cause of civic righteous
nes, but as there needs to be a unani
mity of action to hold what we have
taken and to go on and possess the
land that is to be taken. We urge a
loval support of the churches and the
organizations to the executive board
appointed by this meeting in all the
recommendations that it shall make
from time to time."
This was passed by an overwhelming
Rev. Forsyth was followed by the
Rev. C. A. Peterson of the DaniHh-or-wegian
M. K. church in a short but
interesting address in the course of
which he submitted the following resolution:
We Sell g
1, L DOUOlQS o
The best in thc
S, A. G1MRE
duty, is from now on to be considered
just cause for revoking the government
license held by the man against whom
the charge is proved, according to the
stand taken by the local United States
marine inspectors. The local insjiectors
have always taken this stand, especially
in cases where flagrant breaches were
brought to their attention, but recent
accidents which are believed to have
been due to the fact that the man di
rectly responsible was under the in
fluence of liquor have decided them to
be even more particular than heretofore.
Edward Benson, a marine engineer
employed on the Melville Dollar, is the
latest to come in contact with the au
thority of the inspectors, his license hav
ing been revoked yesterday. Benson re
ported for duty in an intoxicated con
dition a few days before the Dollar
sailed north on her last trip and was
discharged. The matter was reported
to Inspectors Whitney and Turner, and
after a hearing and consideration of th"
evidence in the case it was decided tn
revoke the man's license permanently.
'Hereafter, according to the inspectors,
any man whojs reported to them as hav
ing reported for duty when intoxicated
will be tried on the charge, and if the
evidence is sufficient he will be deprived
The Astorian, 75 cents a month.
Pears' Soap has never
offered premiums to
induce sales. It is, in
itself, a prize for the
Clatsop Beach Oregon
la now open for guests. This fin old
Resort, situated on the banks of th N
oanicum river, only a few rods from the
ocean, offers to its patron th
Only Ideal Spot On
for fresh and salt water bsthlng, fish
ing, boating and hunting. Free 'bus to
all trains. Address all communications
The vSeaside House
Established in 1789.
You rr.ust have a pecullaf
tea taste if no-one of the five
Schilling's Best ia right for
you ; and coffee four. -
Your grocer's; moneyback.
You Can Save Money
If you buy your Groceries, Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes,
Hats, Hardware, Rubber Goods, Confectionary, Tobacco,
Cigars, etc at
E. M. LALLY'S
- . Look for big changes that are to take place shortly
in our big, new establishment. Larger Store, Larger Stock,
Best Goods at lowest Prices. WATCH US GROW
E. M. LALLY, Hammond.
53 Zmft Street. 0pp. Sou, Higjlni & Co.
of his license.