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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1003.
THE MORNING ASTORIAN, ASTORIA OltEGON
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J. A. MONTGOMERY,:Astoria, Or.
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Scow Bay Iron 0 Brass Works
Iron, Sterl, Brows and Bronze Castings.
General Fouudryinen and rutternmakers.
Atwolutely flstcloss work. Prices lowefit.
Phone 2451 Comer Eighteenth and Franklin.
ASTORIA SAVIN US MWI
Capital 1'slJ Iq I 100,000. Hurplui aul Undivided Profit $35,001
Transact a general bauklug buaiueae. latere! paid ou time deotU.
J.Q. A.BOWI.BY. 0. 1. FETEIWOS, FHANK I'A IToN. J. W. OA NEK,
IW'Imit Vir President. Chlr. Asst. Cashier
Jft8 TENTH STREET, ASTORIA. ORE.
iThe Finest Motel in the Northwest;
The TROY Laundry
In the only White Labor laundry in tho City. Does the Best
of Work at very reasonable Prices, and is in every way worthy
of your patronage; Cor. 10th and DUANE ST8. Phone 1991
FRESH AND CURED MEATS
jrmntt Pumno anrl
B LIVE STOCK BOUGHT AND SOLD
M WAmNQTON MARKET . CHRISTENSON tL CO.
II W CYJC9
Wll 11 1C41
Having Installed a Rubber Tiring Machine of the
latent pattern I am prepared to do all kinds of work
in that line at reasonable prloes. Telephone 291.
CORNER TWELFTH AND DUANE STREETS
HEr7 ZEMiND FIHB IHSnRAHCE COMPAHY
Of New Zealand
W. P. THOMAS, Mgr., San Francisco.
UNLIMITED LIABILITY OF SMOLDERS
lias been Underwriting on the Pacific Coast for twenty-five years.
ELMORE a CO., Sole Agents
Astoria, - Oregon.
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET
G. W. Morton and John Fphrman, Proprietors,
CHOICEST FRESEI AND SALT MEATS. - PROMPT DELIVERY
54a Commercial St. Phone Main 321.
Intention of Improving upon
Our part li to intercit you In our abfllty
to improve end perfect your unitary ejti3p
meot. We do but one kind of work die best
' end uie the famous 'Ztodmtf Wire, every
piece of which b fuarmteed by the menu
ficturen to be strictly fint quality. Let'i
talk It over. We have aamplci In our ahow
f ilia annr1i.vl nn nlinrt ntipfl
We are thoroughly prepared for making
eetimatee and executing orders (or
all klnda of electrical installing and
repairing. Huppliee in stock. We
wll tbe Celebrated 8IIELBT LAMP.
Call up Phone 1161.
428 BOND STREET
J O Beer
FROM ' A QirtL'S DIARY,
Charles Is the man that I at present
love. I don't know whether 1 a hall
marry him or not. It depend largely
upon him. He at present does not
think that I ahalL I, however, believe
that I will. Reading Bernard BhW
account of the man and woman ques
tion ha greatly reassured me. From
Bernard Shaw I rather that the man's
attitude baa very little to do with the
matter, which corrorborate previous
observatlone of my own. I would
avoid some friction though, I feel sure,
to fain hie consent first. 8a I shall
endeavor not to marry him without It.
I have prutUcally had his torment two
or three times, but he has reconsidered.
The1 trouble is that Charlea la a ge
nlra, and renluaea are ao champ-able.
They are aJao difficult to live, with
I gather this from r-aj:ii(f the !,
Mary, wife of Shelby an.; cf June
Welsh Carlyt. who te'jf.ony also
I rorrorbor.id by my own observa
tion. Charles does not look Ilk a Kenlus.
He Is heavy- t and has clone tt. i,r6
irriaily hair otid a prizefighter Juw.
ue iinio iooks prosimrou., to of cruse,
no on would take him fo- rt
The reason for t.'ils la that he hie a
Rood position btuAsM and 1 . sort
Just by Inclination. He ban a trj
sa 1 case of artW'.tc temperament,
though, and anyily could aHv m'l
by his actions that he la a genius even
ir they couldn't by hla looks he fete
mad ao easily and hla feeling are so
easily hurt when no one would expect
them to be.
One of hla sUndinsr grievances
agalnt ma Is that he thinks 1 have no
appreciation of hla poetic achlevmenta
which Is not true: because I have a
srat deal. Hla impression arose from
the fact that when he asked for my
advice I had to tell him that I thought
It would be foolish for him to give up
112.000 a year poaltlon and devote all
his time to what he call "a Ufa of
reflection and re-pone." I meant t tell
him that he could contemplate and
reflect on Sunday and holiday but
he flew Into a rage and would not give
me a chance. He said I had a sordid
soul and waa a product of thle age of,
areed, and thing like that. Th.-y
were not altogether true, for though
financial conelderatlon entered some
what Into my atatement. they
not my only reason for making it.
vo-Tvuuon ha Hhown me that
when Chnrle contemnlnt a
fleet and write ptry more than one
day consecutively he becom i
elM, that he I. quite unbearable to
.. ana to everybody el,, oc-in
aown town where he rnn 1 vk i .
hi business aasocl.e. 1, the qu,cket
10 Mtore him to a
"' mind. Charlp. ha. a dual nature.
f I nil M nuB ' . .
" " wrl"" Poetry he enjoys
n.t getting into a ".crap."
Charles brmight the manuscript of
hi ne-.r book of noptrv ....
houe the other fc.y and hi artistic
--...u.veness almost resulted in a ae
rlou mlsunderLandln-. H ..
the manuscript and retired to a corner
with It, where he begnn rooking it over
and annotating with a sort of growly
" w..n a none air. I wanted very
much to e It. but wa afraid to ask,
for he looked so forbidding, i (bought
that perhaps he did not consider me
worthy to read It because of my sordid
and unanpreclate soul. But It subse
quently transpired that he wa only
waiting for me to ask. for he present
ly slammed the manuscript back Into
Its box and marched out of the room,
growling at me that when he cared
ftk-nln to find sympathy and apprecia
tion he would look In a dictionary for
It took me some time to appear him
d to explain that I had wanted to
"e his poems all along, t fllmIIy dM
however, nJ everything for the pre,
ent Is quite amiable.
An Too la thi Ruth tnd Sustlt?
While we Join In the rtnh and bustle of
this buar world, overtaxing our energies
and racking our yttemi, many ot u ar
morally culpable of Tuoklons disregard of
Imdily strength and fitnea. Then per
haps the health break down, and w
skuio doomed to long period of pain and
deprewion. Our whole life la darkened.
YET THERE IS A REMEDY AT RAXD
Hundreds and thousand of ailing men
aud women have found that
verily make life worth living."
OteewcfarW aYsMM, Mmmm f
Slrngglmh Urw, afteaW Slok-Hmmi-molf,
bullilmp ibm Nmrvnw ftrasa
mnd rair f A efaaawgw amd by
Th genuine worth and never-falling
have been fully proved during a period
of nearly sixty yean, and they ar reoog-
nized as the
Bast Safeguard Aaalnat Bilious and
The most satisfactory evidence of the
universal esteem iu which BKKCH AM 8
11LL8 areheld U found in the fact that th
SALTS EACH TZAR IHOftCASt
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ADMINISTRATOR'S 8 A LB.
In the County Court of th Btat of
Oregon for the County of Multne-
mah In the matter of th Eitat of
Joseph Holladay, Deceased.
Kotice ia hereby given that puru
ant to an order of th Cosnty Court of
th Btat of Oregon for Multnomah
County, mad and entered on the ilJ
day of March, 1905, In the above-en
titled estate, the undersigned, th ad
ministrator with the will annexed of
the estate of Joseph Holladay, deceas
ed, will, on Friday, the 2Sta day of
April, I90S, at th hour of 10 o'clock
A. M. of ald day, at the front door of
the County Court house of Multnomah
County, Oregon, offer for sale and sell,
at public auction, to the highest and
beet bIJder, for cash, subject to the
approval and confirmation of said
County Court, the following-described
real and personal property of said
estate, to wit:
All the personal property In and up
on th real property hereinafter de-
acrlbeJ, consisting of all the furniture,
bedding, carpets, linen, utensils, dlsh
r, pictures, office afe, kitchen range,
tools, wagon, harness and other arti
cle used or kept for, use In connection
with the said real property and belong
ing to' ald estate, and all other per
sonal property not herein particularly
described belonging to said estate up
on said lands, and
Lots 1 and 2 and the south half of
the southeast quarter of section 29
township I north, range 10 west, con
taining 17Z acre, more or less.
All of the Elizabeth Lattle donation
land claim, known a Claim No. 27,
Notification 7864, Certificate 3250, be
ing parts of sections 21 and 28. in
township ( north, range 10 west,
bounded and described as follow:
Beginning at a point 22.83 chain
south of the northeast corner ot said
section 28, running thenec north 77.93
chains, thence west 12.26 chains, thence
south ? deg. east 1.70 chains, thence
south 10 Jeg. 15 mln, west 7.70 chains.
thence south 21 deg. 1$ mln. west 3.S0
chains, thence south 19 deg. west 8.80
chain, thence south 3 deg. 45 mln. east
8.00 chains, thence south 9 deg. 45 mln.
east 4 00 chains, thence south IS deg.
45 mln. east 3.50 chains, thence south
9 deg. 30 mln. west 3.(0 chains, thence
south 40 dog. 30 mln, west 4.50 chains,
thence south 32 deg. west 3.00 chains,
thence south 18 deg. west 9.80 chains,
thence west 2.0$ chains, thence north
II deg. 30 mln. east 4.10 chains, thence
north 18 deg. 30 mln. east 9.C0 chains,
thence north 15 deg. west 13.70 chains,
thenc north 21 deg. 4a mln, east 10.50
chain, thence north 7 deg. east 14.20
chain, thence west 20.00 chain, thence
south U deg. 15 mln. west 32 chain,
thence south 15 deg. west 25 chains,
thence south 15 deg. 45 mln. west 17.47
chain, thence south 25 deg. west (.50
chains, thence-east 58.00 chains to the
place of beginning, containing 324.17
acres, except a tract conveyed by
Elizabeth Lattle to Merrltt B. Piatt, by
deed recorded September 20, 1880, in
Volume B. of Deeds, page 442, and de
scribed a follows:
Commencing at a stake on the east
bank of the Necanlcum creek In sec
tion 21, township ( north, range 10
west, and running thence eaat 7.50
chains to a point In the section line
12.90 chain north of the aoutheast
corner of sail section, thence north
42.27 chains to the northeast corner
of said donation land claim, thence
west to the east bank of said Necanl
cum creek, thence south along the east
bank of said Necanlcum creek to the
place of beginning, containing (5 acres,
more or less.
Excepting also a tract conveyed by
Joseph Holladay to Mary E. Lattle
Morrison, by deed recorded 'March 3,
1897. at naae 445 of Book 34 of the rec
ord of deeds of uld county, described
Beginning at the northwest corner
of said donation land claim on the
meander line of the Pacific Ocean, and
running thence along said ocean south
11 deg. 15 mln. west 33.45 chains to a
cedar stake in a mound of rock on the
meander line of the Pacific Ocean, said
stake being marked "S. W. E." and
thence from said stake east 1559.12
feet to a stake set on the left bank ot
the Necanlcum creek marked "S. E.
16." and thenec along the said Necanl
cum creek north 0 deg. 49 ' mln. east
435.10 feet; thence north 7 deg. 15 mm.
west 708.90 feet, thence north 1( deg.
15 mln. east 600 feet thenec north 31 deg.
15 mln, east 400 feet, thence north
9 deg. 45 mln. east 1(0 feet, thence
north 5 deg. 15 min. west 300 feet to
the point where the north line of said
donation land claim Intersects the left
bank of the said Necanlcum creek, and
thence west along the north line of the
donation land claim 1320 feet to the
place of beginning, containing 75 acres
of lnnd, more or less, Including all tide-
land and wharflng rights, adjacent to
and In front of, said granted premises
on and along said Necanlcum creek.
and on and along the said Pacific
All the donation land claim of Wil
liam Lattle known aa Claim No. 38,
Notification No. 78(5. Certificate No.
3158. being part ot section 28, township
( north, 4-ange 10 west, bounded and
described as follows:
Beginning at a point 22.83 chains
south of the northeast corner of said
section 28, thence south 32.09 chalna,
thence west 39.25 chains, thence south
17.(0 chains, thence west 49.92 chains,
thence north 32.75 chains, thence north
(7 deg. 30 mln, east 1150 chains,
First Iniertion, One Cent a Word.
One Week, Each Line, 30c.
Two Weeks, Each Line, 45c
One Month, Each Line, 75c.
Astorian Free Want Ads.
Anyone Desiring a Situation can Insert an Advertisement ia this Column
of Three Lines Two Times Fres of Charge.
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE.
ber land for sale, in Pacific county,
1(0 ACRES OF FIRST CLASS TIM-
near Columbia river. Address Box .(90
FOR SALE LOT t BLOCK 14,
Adair's Astoria; for particulars write
to J. P. Miller, Onieda, Wash. .
WANTED ENERGETIC, TRUST-
worthy man or woman to work in
Oregon, representing large manufac
turing company; salary $40 to $30 per
month; paid weekly; expenses ad
vanced. Address with stamp, J. IL
Moore, Astoria, Ore.
HOUSE OF ( OR I ROOMS WANT-
ed in good neighborhood. Conveni
ent to center of town; rent reasonable;
permanent Address Emll Held, car
WANTED MAN AND WIFE AS
cooks in logging camp or saw mill. In
quire Sam Harris, Ninth and Bond.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
NCUBATOR FOR SALE 400 EGOS
capacity; also three 100 capacity
brooders; first-class condition. Ad
dress A. Astorian Offloe.
FOR SALE STEAM TUG IN FIRST -
class condition; terms reasonable;
suitable for seining purposes. For
particulars apply at this office.
SCOW FOR SALE AT M'GREGOR'S
mill, 22x64; would make a good fish
scow. Inquire of Dan Gambel at mill
NOTICE TO HUNTERS THOK-
oughbred English settlers, S month
old, for sale -cheap. (9 Third St
thence north 34 deg. east 22.122 chains,
thence east 58.00 chains to the place of
beginning, containing 318.94 acres, ex
cepting a tract of land conveyed by
William Lattie to Frederick Beerman
by deed recorded at page 5(( of B00S
B of the records of deeds of said coun
ty, described aa follows:
Beginning at the northwest corner
of Frederick Beerman farm and run
ning west 2.43 chains, thence south
11.14 chains to the bank of the Necanl
cum creek; thence east to the said
Beerman' west boundary line, thence
north to the place of beginning, con
taining three acres, more or less.
Also excepting a tract conveyed by
William Lattle and Sarah J. Lattle to
Hiram B. Parker by deed recorded at
page 757 ot Book C of the records of
deeds of said county described a
Beginning at the northwest corner of
Frederick Beerman's donation land
claim, thence . . . 22.12 chains, thence
direction north 3 chains and 1( links.
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CALL FOR WARRANTS. NOTICE
I is hereby given to all parti c hold
lng Clatsop County warrants. Indorsed
prior to June L 1904, to present the
I same to th county treasurer at hla
office, 690-592 Commercial St, for pay
ment Interest ceases after this date.
CHAS. A. HEILBORN,
Dated. Astoria, Oregon, this 27 th day
of March, 1905.
tLD PAPERS FOR BALE AT THIS
I Office; 25c per hundred. .
WANTED COMPETENT WOMAN
cook. Apply at 698 Commercial;-up
WANTED GIRL TO DO GENERAL
housework. Apply at 247 Bond St
LADIES CAN FIND STEADT AND
profitable employment; yearly con
tract; small capital required. Call at
Occident Hotel bet 8 and 10 a. m. and
5 to 9 p. m. this week. G. 8. Halley.
WANTED MEN TO LEARN BAR
ber trade; 8 weeks completes; posi
tions guaranteed; tuition earned s.411
learning. Write for terms. MoIers
Barber College, (44 Clay St, San Fran
WANTED LADT OR GENTLEMAN
of fair education to travel for a
firm of (250,000 capital; salary $1,971 a
year and expenses; paid weekly. Ad
dress with stamp, J. A. Alexander, As
LOST AND FOUND.
IMMIGRATION CERTIFICATE NO
54444, In name of Chong Hon Tin, No.
8346; anyone returning to Hop Hlng
Lung CO. will receive $5 reward.
thence westerly 22 chains 12 links,
thence south 3 chains and 1( links, to
the place of beginning, containing 7
acre, more or less.
Also all tidelands on the shores of
the Pacific Ocean between mean high
and low water mark fronting and abut
ting upon said lots 1 and t and the
south half of the southeast quarter of
section 29 township f north, range 10
west, and the said William Lattle and
Elizabeth Lattle donation land claims,
and in Necanlcum creek (except 11.71
acres sold to Hermosa Park Invest
ment Company), containing 48.34
acres, more or less. The lands herein
before described being subject, how
ever, to the terms of a certain lease
and agreement for the term of 10 years
from July L 1903, executed September
1, 1903, between F. R. Strong, executor
of the estate of Joseph Holladay, de
ceased, and the Seaside Spruce Lumber
Company. CHARLES H. CARET,
Administrator with will annexed of
Estate of Joseph Holladay, deceased.