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THE MORNING ASTORIAN, ASTORIA. OREGON.
SATURDAY. DECEMBER 30, 1905.
BAR, BAY AND RIVER
Bar Bound Fleet Continues to
SHIPS COMING AND GOING
Trans-Pacific Liners Down Today
North Head Wires Up By Tomorrow
Morning Newt of the Day on Astoria
If all goes well Astoria will .be in
Tegular communication again with North
Head, on tomorrow morn in 2, and the
bar reports snd weather conditions will
lie available, as usual Chief Forecaster
Ed. Bealea of this district will arrive
here this morning on the T. J. rotter,
from Portland, with linemen and wires
and tools and a new set of weather in
strument, and will at onee set to work
restoring things at the station so badly
wrecked on Tuesday last Everybody
will be glad to see a resumption of the
interrupted service which Is one Astoria
simply cannot spare.
RIVER TOWING SERVICE.
Captain J.' W. Shaver and Lincoln
Sharer, with a gang of men, went to
Aberdeen yesterday to remove the ma
chinery from the list tie Bell and Mon-1
tesano, which they will take to Tort
land and install in new towbnats which
will be built early in 1900. One of the
vessels will be a stern-wheel towboat,
which will be used in the river service,
while the plans-for the other hive not
been completed. In all probability she
will be big enough to handle the largest
vessels that come in the river.
handled by the steamer Newport until
she was condemned by the inscctor
last summer. She was taken to !Sn
Francisco and placed on the run be
tween San Francisco and Pigeon Point.
after alteration had been mule in her
A statement is Wing prepared by the
river pilots protecting against the pro'
posed Northern Pacific bridge across
the Willamette, which will lie sent to
Major S. V. R.eler, I'nited State
Engineer. The pilots contend thai the
bridge will lie a dangvr tf navigation
and want it constructed at some other
piint on the river.
-: TOLEDO'S NEW RUN.
The steamer Toledo, which was
brought at auction ' by Miss Laura H.
Xorthup, will be placed on the run be
tween Portland and Yaquina Bay. The
business on the Yaquina Bay run was
FLOTSAM AND JETSAM.
Quite a fleet of ocean goer is due
down from Portland todwy and tomor
row. The list includes the steamship
Strathmore and Cape Antibe, for Japan
and China; the schooners Crescent and
A. M. Campbell, and the barkentine
Northwest, the three latter being tim
ber laden for San Francisco.
The French bark Jean Baptiste wa
reported off the bar again yesterday,
and will probably come in on today's
flood. She has a thousand tons of coal
for S. Elmore 4 Co., and plenty more
for Portland v delivery. (Late: See
first page of her peril.)
The bar pilot schooner Pulitser came
in yesterday and went to her berth at
the O. R. & N. dock, where she will lie
for a day or two taking on water and j
stores. She don't look a bit the worse
for sll the storms she has ridden
William Dixon, of Altoona; Attorney
J. B. Pol worth, of Cathlamet; J. W.
Chrystal, of Skamokawa, and T. C.
Butler of Cathlamet, came over on the
steamer Jordan yesterday Wrning for
a day's business in this city
The French ship Alice Marie came
down on "the Oklahama's hawsers yes
terday, from Portland, with 108,000 bar
rels of flour in her hold for European
delivery. She will join the bar bounds,
The steamer Bee came down from
Portland yesterday naming auJ went
to the bar. Whether sue went out, to
San Franctco, is not knowto. The proli
ability is. she joined the bar bound
The four-masted schooner William
llowdcn came down from Portland on
the lines of the Harvest Queen, jester
dar, and is anchored in the stream,
lumber ladeu for California.
The steamship Arabia with mails and
cargo, for Japan, arrived down from
Portland at 3 o'clock yesterday after
noon and went to an anchorage in the
lower harbor. Se ill sail1 today.
The steamship Columbia will be at
the O. R. A N, piers this morning and
will leave out for San Francisco about
noon or shortly after.
A British ship was reported off the
bar, by the Cascades, yesterday. She
may be one of many due here just now,
The steamer Cascades rams in from
San Francisco yesterday afternoon and
went on to Portland at once.
The schooner Crescent will leave
Portland today en route to Saa Pedro
with a big load of lumber.
The barkentine John Palmer went to
the metropolis under power of the liar
vest Queen yesterday.
. , ' is the lucky number and
Mrs. J. V. Watson,
of 408 Irving Avenue,
Draws that Handsome Haviland China
BIG REDUCTIONS IN
Coats, Suits, Skirts
This WeeK. See Window Display.
Watch this space for announcement
: of the '
he FOARD & STOKES CO.
ASTORIA'S GREATEST STORE.
K Where the New things Make Their Debut.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
The following affects the list of lights
and foifsijrnal, Pacific .Coast. ItHM:
Slaughter Wharf light, No. 129 page
32 (list of lights, buoys, and day marks,
Pacific Coast 1906 page 59). The char
act eristic of this light was changed, De
cember 26th, from nxed red to fixed
Jot Office Bar Lower Light, No. 101,
page 31 (list of lights ( buoys, and day
natrks. Pacific Coast, 1905 page 64).
The characteristic of this light was
changed, December 27, from fixed red to
fixed white. ,
The following affects the list of lights,
buoys, ,and daymarka, Pacifl Coast,
Coo Bay Entrance, page 43, North
Spit Jetty Buoy, No. 1, a black second
class can, reported adrift December' 21,
will be replaced as soon as practicable.
Columbia River, Page 68. Sand Il
awl, North End Buoy, No. 4, and Sand
Mund Northeast End Buoy, No. 6 each!
a red first-elasa nun, reported adrift
December 14 will be replaced as soon as
Juan De Fuca Strait, pages 74 and 76.
Cape Flattery Mooring Buoy, a white
first-class nun, found adrift December
10, was replaced the same day.
Point Wilson Buoy, No. 6, a red first
class nun, heretofore reported adrift,
was replaced December 11.
To - Our - Patrons:
JtZSffitr . J
Oirr business during the
past year has been very sat
isfactory and we take this
opportunity not only of ex
tending our congratulations
but also to express our ap
preciation for past favors.
Your co-operation has enabled
us to strengthen our facili
ties for doing a greater business.
We Wish You
Yours For Success
P. A. STOKES,
THE LEADING CLOTHIER.
veying lots 3, 12 and east half of lot 4,
block 6. Grimes Grove'.
Julia Ramsey to William Ramsey,
warranty deed, consideration (1, con
veying lot 7, block 14, Bradlierry's Sec
ond Additional to Ocean Grove.
Julia Ramsey to William Ramsey,
ORGANIZE SEAMEN'S SOCIETY.
Each of th entireties and all Inter
ested are requested to attend a meeting
on Sunday at 3 o'clock p. m. at the
Methodist Church for the purpose of
organizing a' local Seamen's Society.
The National Society will send a chap
lain a misgive $000 per year toward the
maintenance of the work, if the local
people will show their interest in the
same. For the past twenty years the
Seanven's Society has kept a chaplain
here but during the past summer it was
discontinued. Through the effort of
Rev. L. D. Mahone the work will again
be taken up and continued.
TEN TITLES PASSED.
Busy Day in Recording Department
Tin-re were ten changes in the realty
records of Clatsop county yesterday,
Astoria Exchange Company to Otto
E., and John Carlson; warranty title,
conideration 1 1.0,000, convevinff the
north half of lots 1 and 2. in block -57,
John L. Carlson and wife to Otto E.
Carlson; warranty deed, consideration
10, conveying the north half of lot 1
and 2 in block 57, MeClure's Astoria.
Bertha StefTensen and husband to
Addie M. Ross, warranty deed, consid
eration $10, conveying lot 8, block 45,
Adair's Upper Astoria.
Addie M. Ross to Bertha StefTensen,
warranty deed, consideration $10, con
veying all the land remaining in the
D. I C. of Eli C. Crow, in sections 17
and 20, township 8 north, range 7 west.
Frank A. Sweeney and wife to Mon
tana Con-oliilated Gold Mining Com
pany, warranty deed, consideration
$300, conveying lots 15, 10, 22, in block
3, Prospect Park Addition to Astoria.
Montana Consolidated Gold Mining
Co. to Mortgage Tnwt t Guaranty Co.,
warranty deed, consideration $1, convey
ing lots 1 to 16, inclusive, In block 18,
Rosedale Additional to Astoria.
Julia Ramsey to William Ramsey,
warranty deed, consideration $1, eon-
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Astoria. Ore., Deo. 30, 1903.
We are now established at our
new store with the Bee Hive
stock, and make our new quarters
Our sjfring and summer goods
will be on the road soon and we
must close out our present stock
even at a- sacrifice to make room
for the goods.
All outer garments for women,
and children, shirt waists, etc.,
receive the deepest cuts.
Everything is reduced except
Here is an unusual opportunity
to make money by wise purchases
We have plenty of room for
every one whether you want to
buy or not. .
J4f "Che Ml
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warranty deed, consideration $1, con
veyiug an undivided interest in lot 8,
block 1(1, Grimes drove Annex to Ocean
A. R. Cyrus, trustee, and A. R.' Cyrus
and wife, to the Montana Consolidated
Gold Mining Co., warranty deed, con
sideration $10, conveying lots 1 to Id,
inclusive, block 18, Rosedsle Additional
Sidney Soule arrived here yesterday
from Port l ml.
If. J. Ijingoe returned yesterday noon
from the metropolis,
Mrs. C. M. Oiler is visiting friend
this week in Portland.
A. V. Reeves of Nas spent yester
day in Astoria on business
John Carlson of McKee, Oregon, is in
town this week on business.
Mis lUttie Wie returned yesterday
noon from trip to Portland.
Simeon Jone of Portland was, busi
ness visitor in town yesterday.
J. Stricikler of San Francisco was in
toan yesti rdny for a short time.
George !-lie arrived in the city yes
terday to transact omo business.
J. Urii I'olwortli of Cathlnmct was
in town i-t. nlav for a brief time.
I) C. licwis arrived in the city yes
terday on tin Potter from Poitland.
taVI lledhind, of Gray's River, whs
a business i.itor in the eily yeu-r-day.
Geo. W, Clu.xton. traveling represen
tative of the Oregon Journal, is in the
V. C. Butler and James Daya of Cath
lamet spent yesterday In the city with
friends. -' .
The Misses Mary and Ruth Garner
returned on the late express from Port
land last night.
O. C. Mason came down yesterday
from Portland on the Potter for a short
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Masten of
Skamokawa were In town yesterday for
a abort time. ,
A. K. Slocum, circulation manager of
the Oregonian was in tbe city yester
day, returning on the evening train to
M. C. Crosby of San Francisco is ex
pected to arrive here today on the
steamer Columbia to visit his brother.
C. T. Crosby.
Mrs. J. W. Casey, a resident of Tort'
land, returned to her home yesterday
morning after a visit In this city with
Mra. W. C. Logan.
State labor Commissioner Huff re
turned yesterday from Seaside where
he inspected some mills. He returned
to Salem lasf night ,
11 J. Miller and wife left on last
evening's train for the Sound country.
I where they will visit friend and rela
tives for few days.
Tb best cost you no mora then "any
old thing." It will pay you to buy at
We Pay The Express
and charge you no more than our nest
door neighbor. Send for Illustrated
catalogue today. A solicitor wanted
in every town.
CALIFORNIA ROSE CO, Loa Angles.
(-0 SPICES, o'l
ftttluit taffy, flnisrflivor.
If' PORTLAND OfSXO ON. '
and Knife Pleating
No Hot Irons. No Burning of Ceoda,
Miss O. Gould
Heath floor, Marqoam Building.
Prompt and Cartful Attention Qim
to all Out-af-Town Order,
CUPS AND SAUCERS..
FANCY TEA POTS.
eac.Commerelal Street, Aatort