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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 27, 1905)
SUNDAY, AUGUST 17, 190).
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THE MORNING 'ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
WANTED A set of book to keep even
ings. Address R. X. Y., Astorian
WANTED -A POSITION, WHERE
knowledge of figures is more to be de
tired than hard work, by a highly-educated
young man, whose ability war
rants a trial; any clerical position. J.
E. S, care Astorian.
MEN AND WOMEN TO XARN
watchmakg, engraving, jewelers work;
only prae. school for jewelers; money
made learn'g. Watchmak'g Engrav.
School P. L Bldg., Seatle.
BOY WANTED. APPLY. AT C. H.
WANTED MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN
to act as housekeeper. Call at 820
Grand avenue, Scow Bay, at noon, or
after 6 P. M.
COOMPETENT GIRL WANTED FOR
general houswork wages $25.00 per
month. Apply Mrs. D. K. Warren,
Warrenton or Astoria national bank.
LEARN iLEGRAPHY AND R. R.
Accounting. $30 to $500 a month sal
ary assured our graduates under bond.
Our six schools the largest in America
and endorsed by all Railroads. Write
for catalogue. MORSE SCHOOL OF
TELEGRAPHY, Cincinnati, O., Buffalo,
N. Y, Atlanta, Ga., La Crosse, Wis., Tex
arkana, Tex, San Francisco, CaL
WANTED ENERGETIC AND TRUST
worthy man or woman to work in Ore
gon representing large manufacturing
company; salary $40 to $00 per month,
paid weekly; expenses advanced. Address
with stamp J. H. Moore, Astoria, Ore.
GIRL TO DO LIGHT HOUSEWORK.
Apply at 131 Fourth street
WANTED FURNISHED ROOMS.
H, ,, 1 1, . i H 1 1 1 - 1 1
WANTED TWO OR THREE FUR
nished housekeeping rooms by young
couple; no children. Address, with par
ticulars, P. O. Box 683.
TWO COMFORTABLY FURNISHED
housekeeping rooms. 26 Astor street.
supplies, repairing. Ross & Ross, 266
Stark street, Portland.
PROPOSALS FOR SCREEN DOORS
AND WINDOWS-Offiee of C. Q. M.,
Vancouver Barracks, Wash., August 26,
1905. Sealed propolis, in triplicate, will
be received here until 11 o'clock A. M.,
September 25, 1905, for installing screens
on doors and windows on seven build
ings at Forst Stevens, Ore. Specifica
tions will be furnished upon application.
The U. S. reserves the right to reject
or accept any or all proposals or any
part thereof. Envelopes containing pro
posals should be marked "Proposals for
Screens," and addressed, F. G. HODG
SON, C. Q. M.
kvlMirf 50 YEARS
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aerit free. Olrtenl aiiency for cumi( patent.
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rulatitjn of any K-ientillc Journal. Termi, K
year; four month, L BoIUbjall newadealera.
Brauih Offlca, 6 F 8U WaahlUKlon. D. C.
and Knife Pleating
No Hot Irons. No Burning of Goods.
Miss O. Gould
Eighth Floor, Marquam Building.
Prompt and Careful Attention Given
to all Out-of-Town Orders.
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Free With Small Ads
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LOST AND FOUND.
LOST-ON COMMERCIAL STREET,
between Eleventh and Twelfth, a black
feather boa, ye4terday. Reward., re
turn to Charles Vosberg, A. & C. H,
FOUXD TWO PAPERS OF NET.
Jack Kivari, 103 Snomi avenue.
HOUSES FOR RENT.
FOR RENT A NEWLY FURNISHED
5-room cottage. Apply Antorian offit.
WANTED TO RENT A small fur-
nihed house or three housekeeping
rooms in respectable location. Address,
giving terms, Inquirer, care Astorian.
WANTED SEVEN-ROOM FURNISH
ed house, centrally located. Blaine
FOR 8ALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE A FARM NEAR OLNEY.
For particulars address K, care As
torian. INCUBATOR FOR SALE-400 EGGS
capacity; also three 100 capacity
brooders; first-class condition. Ad
dress A, Astorian Office.
FOR SALE SECOND-HAND 7 COL
umn newspaper outfit; complete
cept prtsg; cheap. Inquire at this of
JAY TUTTLE, M. D.
PHTSIC1AN AND SUKOEON
Acting Assistant Burgeon
U.S. Marine Hottpltal Mervlce.
Office hours: 10 to 12 a.m. 1 to 4:20 p.m.
477 Commercial Street, 2nd Floor.
Dr. Bhoda C. Hicks. Dr. J. E- Snyder
Office Mansell Bid. Phone Black 2066
672 Commercial StH Astoria. Ore.
DR. T. L. BALL,
524 Commercial St Astoria, Oreson,
Pythian Building, Astoria, Oregon-
Dr. W. C. LOGAN "
578 Commercial St., Shanahan Building
By Special Arrangement with Wadhanis & Kerr
Bros. THE ASTORIAN has secured a large
quantity of their
One of which, together with a Booklet of Recipes,
will be given with each 25-cent or higher want
ad. inserted in either The Daily or The Sunday
What Mr Fred Prwwr bss to any about the ECONOMY JAR :
Kerr CIhks Mnnunteturlni Company. Portland, Oregon.
lientldiien: Reformis to the KCOSOMY KRl'IT JAR, wear 1wU to
say tliHt we have bwn arlllnit thru tor throe year.
The nrxt vear we oidi-rml llirre grnaa, the act-out year ten grout, and this
year our order ealla (or twenty-rive ytoaa.
We bellow Mint within a ffw ysara thev will b the only Jar In ilav; flrat,
hontiw the titiallly of tht Jnr far rxrrla all other ; awontl, tlif Jar U nanilary,
havlnic a wide mouth, therefor eally rleanptt.
The eovrr Is aa Military aa l he glau ltelf. while the eoverr on many
other Jura are outdo of lnc, which produce )olaon wlicn In contact wan
fruit and vegetable.
The alMolote) ceruilnty of every JTOSOM Y JAK aenlln make It the Ideal
Jar rOrrannlu purMimrt. We U-Hk a tvt rmitre for Hie KCM.NUM V JAK.
aeare very truly youra. K. t)ltrMr:R A C.
By f, DrvMier, ITw.
ASTORIAN SMALL ADS
Are "Economy" in Renting Rooms, Selling
Property, Finding Lost Articles, etc. the rate is
one cent a word each insertion. -Advertisements
must be delivered in our office and paid for in
THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL
Maintains unexcelled service from th
west to the east and south. Making
close connections with trains of all
transcontinental lines, passengers are
given their choice ot route to Chicago,
Louisville, Memphis and New Orleans,
and through these point to the far
Prospective travelers desiring Infor
mation aa to the lowest rata and best
routes are Invited to correspond with
the following representatives:
R H. TRUMBULL Commercial Agent,
142 Third St, Portland. Ore.
J. C. LINDSET, Trav. Passenrr Agent,
142 Third St.. Portland, Ore.
PAUL B. THOMPSON. Paaa'gr. Agent,
J. a LINDSET, Trav. Passenger Agent,
14J Third BU Portland, Ora.
THE HORNING ASTORIAN
Is on Sale at
LEWIS & CO.'S DRUG STORE
t MORRISON & GREENBAUM'S
Is on Sale in
J. N. GRIFFIN'S BOOKSTORE.
STAR CORNER CIGAR STORE,
UTZINGER'S NEWS DEPOT,
OCCIDENT HOTEL OFFICE,
SCULLY'S CIGAR STORE,
THE ASTORIAN OFFICE,
Tenth and Commercial Sts.
ROBINSON S I11LDEBRAND
Goodman Bldg. 588 Commercial 8t
FURNITURE, Carpets, Bedding,
Stoves, Matting, Window Shades,
Occident Hotel Bar
Tables New and Everything
Fineit brands of Liquors and Cigar
FRESH AND CURED MEATS
Ship, Legging Camps and Mill Sup
plitd on Short Notice.
Live 8tock Bought and 8old.
CHRI8TEN3EN & CO.
Central Meat Market
G. y. Morton & Jno. Fuhrmin, Prop'i.
CHOICEST FRESH AND SALT
MEATS PROMPT DELIVERY.
542 Commercial 8t Phone Main 321
ANDREW - ASP,
Having installed a Rubber Tiring
Machine of the latest pattern I am
prepared to do all kinds of work at
12th and Duan 8ts.
The Morning Astorian
is for sale at the news stands of tin
OREGON NEWS COMPANY
- situated at
147 Sixth Street 125 Sixth Street
The Troy Laundry
Tha only whit labor laundry In tha
city. Doaa th bit work at rtaionabia
prieM and In vtry way wcrthy of
10th and DUANE Sts Phone 1M1.
C. J. TRENCH A IU)
Real Estate, Insuranee, Cemmleslor.
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER.
Otfloe 133 Ninth Street, Neat ta Justice
Clara B. Simpson,
Room 2, Over Star Theater.
Milk muat be fresh and pure
That old and young ma enjoy it)
Few know that it even may prove a. cure
For weaknea which I so annoying.
We Handle only Pur Milk fresh trom
Morning or night delirery.
THE 8LOOP-JEFFERS CO, 10th and
WOOD! WOOD! WCOD!
Cord wood, mill weed, box weed, any
kind of wood at lowest prloes. Kelly,
the transfer man. 'Phono 2211 Blaok,
Barn on Twelfth, oppeslu opera
for 15c; nice cuke, coffee, pie, or
doughnuts, 5c, at U. S. Itextaur
ant. 434 Bond St.
BEST to CENT MEAL.
You can ahfnys find the best
15-cent meal in the city at the
Rising Sun Keataurant.
(512 Commercial Sf
A. A. SAARI,
, Firt-Class Work Guaranteed.
Orders taken fur enlarging
212 Fourteenth street, nppoiU Foard t
Stokes Co., A"tori., Oregon.
THE LIBERTY SALOON
Under New Management.
The Best place in the City to Spend
FRED BRENDELL, Prop.
Pacific! and Henrietta Sts., Iluiiiinond,
People do not take time to knock
When at the end of the walk.
The man on the bank of the river,
Fine Ihiuora Jortd cigars will deliver
To you by thtslifehfc of sun or moon,
If you call lit the Hammond Saloon,
' W. STORM, Prop.
THE STAR SALOON
Wines, Liquors and Cigars. v
You can spend a pleasant hour here.
Pool room In connection.
Each Capsule S
bears the naiaeSJl
Shell road, near the beach. Itooms with
board. Reasonable prices, Ice cream
parlor and refreshments of U kinds.
Short order, Coffee, cuke, tie,
MKS, NELLIE WILLIAMS
THE OSIER CAFE
Short Order House
Oysters, Clam sand Crabi la any Style.
Home cooking, nothing but the best otV
everything. Short order or regular
meals at reasonable prices,
LocaUd in the moat bes.ulful spot, over
looking the ooean. Nlwty olegtntly
Bath House la Connection.
ComforU of borne. IWt meals.
Hates, $i sud p.
Urge and Airy Rooms. Oood beda.
Everythlng flrst class. Hates Iteasoeable
NEW CITY BARBER SHOP
Two I'p todaU barbers
Shaving, 13o. nair cut tins. 3e
Main street, next door to City Bakery.
LOUIS OYSTER HOUSE
CRACKED CRABS. OYSTERS.
Clam Chowder a specialty. Served any
our or the day.
At the end of the bridire.
Try us. We will pleaae you.
THE HEMLOCK CAFE AND OYSTER
Is getting to be the leading resort "at
Short orders a Six-dally.
MRS. II. A. STILES, Proprietor.
LIVERY AND EXPRESS.
Livery, Sale and Feed Stable, Saddle
Horses, First-Class Rigs, Itsnge and
Express. Wixid for sale and general de
livery, N. D. B4IN & CO, Seaside, Ore.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Harry Kretzer and Hurry Bulger
Are now running The Bridge Saloon,
where they will be pleased to meet their
While at tho Beach stop nt The Cem.
Pure Liquors, Cool Boer, Highest Grade
Cigars, a Specialty,
The most popular saloon
AT SEASIDE. '
Billiard and Pool Hall in conneotlon.
B. J. CALLAHAN, Trop ,
Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Finest place iq Seaside to pass a pleas
ant hour. ' v
frank: scott, rrop.
TJATTDT TlArtmr vm
Flnee Hotel ln tha Northwest, i