The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930, March 02, 1906, Page 6, Image 6

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    THE .MORNING ASTORIAN. ASTORIA, OREGON.
FRIDAY, MARCH J,i5u3.
A SELFISH MAN.
fat rrjrr Hr Addrur4
Thro ( Merry.
The following example of a quaint
tad gel fish prayer does not omte from
the liturpy ; it Is from "Oliuipses of
Audi-lit Hackney;" "O Lord, thou
kiiowTHt th:it I have nine estates 111 the
city of I mlon iiml likewise that I
Lave hit ely pim-lmsed an estate In fet
olmple lu tlu county of Ksncx. I U
seech thee to preserve the two ooun
tics of Middlesex and I-Nm'X front tlri:
nd onrthijuako, al. a I have a
mortgage lu lleitfonl.-dHtv, I beg of
thee liktnvl.se to have tui eye of eoni !
passion on that county, and for tin
rest of the enmities thou tuuyevt ilea!
with them as thou art pleased. 0
Lord, enable the bank to answer nl!
their bills and make all tny debtors
good men, Give prosjierou voyagt
and returu to the Mermaid sloop, be
cause I have Insured It, ami. as thou
Lust said tho days of the wicked aw
but short, I trust In thee that thou
wilt not forget thy promise, as I have
purchased an estate In reversion which
will be uitue on the death of that
profligate young man, Sir J. I Keep
my friends from sinking and preserve
me from tblevet and housebreakers
and wuke all my servants so honest
fciwl faithful that tiiey may attend tc
my Interest and never cheat me out
of my property night or day.
ni
Situations Wanted Advertisements Inserted
Twice Without Charge.1
HELP WANTED.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
RESTAUANT8.
TOKE POINT OYSTER HOUSE.
WAN'tT.D-MAXAGEK FOR HUANTII I
otliee we wish to locate hero in A-1
toiia; address with refertyn-o. The !
Morris Wholesale House, Cincinnati, !
Ohio. 3 I
01 MOM lNI'l-XTOKS WANTi:i-10lKi'tern nJ Shoalwater Pay
men, not over 20, to prepare for steaks, Chops, Eto.
position, paying to $125 per month; Ope day and night.
Oyatert
THE CHINESE MOTHER.
previous experience not n ces.iry ; ex
amiiiatiun May 14th; write at once,
K. 0. II. y men, 214-13 Columbia Iluild
in;,. Portland, Oregon. 3 I lwk
WAXTKU -GKNTI. F.MAN OK I.A1)Y
with good reference to travel for firm
of $250.0110 capital; salary $1,702 per
j ear and expenses; salury paid weekly
and expenses advanced. Address, with
stamp, J. A. Alexander, Astoria, Ore.
3 1 It
Uth St., next to Scully's cigar store
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
PHYSICIANS.
JAY TUTTI.K, M. l.
I'll IS KUAN ANl MMUIKON
Acting Awlslnnl Siukpoii
tS. Marine )(). luO ,M..rvlci,
Office hour: 10 to 11 a.m. 1 1 4:1 p.ux
477 Commercial street, tnd Floor.
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
FIRST-CLASS MEAL
for 15c; nice cuke, cottoe, pie, or
doughnuts, 5c, at U. S. Restaur
ant. 434 Bond St
k Is Steadfaat la ACeetUa Pr Hei
CalMraa.
The Chinese mother is very fond ol
ker children. She la happy in their
company and spends much time car
lng for them. Iu a Chinese family th
birth of a child Is a greater event than
with other orientals. Long before the
child Is born the mother performs rite
and ceremonies to propitiate the gods
that her child may be a boy. Aftei
birth the little fellovr Is wrapped Id
old rags and In winter is sometimes
put in a bag of sand sewed close
around its neck to keep the little on
warm. Great rejoicing follows the
birth if the child Is a boy; otherwise
there is an air of chastened disap
pointment But good Chinese parent
make the best of their little lassies,
becoming very fond and even proud of
them. I have known more than one
Chinese father to eshibit his toddling
wee girl for approval, though always
with the customary national verbal
deprecation of what belong to one.
Indeed, this evidence of excessive
courtesy may be found everywhere In
this strange land. It is good form to
Tllify what Is mine and laud what li
thine. "My good for nothing family
are all still troubling the earth with
their presence. How is your honor
able familyr-Pilgrim.
WAXTKD-A YOUNG MAX, WHO IS
not afraid of work; good salary.
Apply "Z," care Astorian.
WANTED Girl for general housework;
small family. Enquiie at Astorian
office.
WANTED -A GOOD COMPETENT
girl for cooking and general house
work; must be good cook. Apply K",
Astorian office. 2 28-t.f.
BEST 15 CENT MEAL.
You can always find the best
15-cent meal in the city at the
Rising Sun Restaurant
612 CoujniercialSt.
DR. J. P. GORAY,
Specialist
EYE, EAR,
NOSE AND THROAT
aos Oregoniaa Building.
PORTLAND .... OREGON
08TE0PATHISTB,
DR. RHODA C. HICKS
OSTEOPATH
Office MuiMl Bid. Phone Black 1011
ITI Commercial St, Astoria, Ore.
BROKERAGE.
FOR SA1E.
MUMMIES.
Itac Tliat Do .Not Come From the
Tombs of the Eaat.
Many persons who have an interest
In archaeology will be surprised to
know that all the mummies to be seen
In museums have not been taken from
faraway tombs in Egypt or other eaut-
ern lands. Well preserved mummies
nave occasionally been taken from the
ruins of the cliff dwellers iu the moun
tain canyons of Arizona and in New
Mexico and southern California. These
mummiia. though very poor specimens
of the mummifying art, are coiiHidered
great treasures by Fcieiitists, twaiise
they give the anthropologist a vague
Idea of the strange people who bad the
earliest civilization on the American
continent. The best of them are al
most entirely ignorant of who the
Aztecs and Tolrees were, how they
looked and lived and why they Lave
been so entirely obliterated from the
face of the earth.
The reason for this ignorance is found
In the fact that no satisfactory remains
of the dead Aztecs have been found.
These people were crematlonlstx, and
they probably buried household effects
with the dead, leaving little or nothing
for the scientist to build a theory upon, j
Frequently a party of explorers In the
valleys of Arizona will eorne upon seal
ed jars of burned bone dust
THE SHEFFIELD MARINE ENGINE,
gasoline, for fish boat; any speed;
best made; right price; in stock; oa
exhibition; running in salesroom; also
Fairbanks-Morse Stationary Caroline
Engines. Fairbanks, Morse & Co., First
and Stark streets, Portland, Ore. 3-1-lm
C. J. TRENCIIARI)
Real Estate, Inauranot, Commiaalon
and 8hlpplr0.
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER.
Offio 133 Ninth 8trtt, Ntxt to Juttlot
Offio.
ASTORIA, OREGON.
FOR SALE. CORN ER LOT 504100, 8
room house, beautifully ornamental
Sycamore street shade tree, 150 feet
cement sidewalk and park place, lot
terraced, two cement step both streets
recently improved, grand view, one of
the finest central locations in the city.
Must sell quick. Enquire 207 Nim-th
ktreet.
LAUNDRIES.
DENTISTS.
DR. T. L. BALL,
DENTIST.
524 Commercial Ht Astoria Orraon.
The Troy Laundry
The only white labor laundry In tht
tity. Does the beat work at reasonable
priott and la in tvtry way werthy of
your patronage.
10th and DUANE 8ta Phan. 1M1.
Du. VAUCIIAN,
Dkxtist
Pytbiau Building, Ai.toria, Oregon.
Dr. W. C. LOGAN
DENTIHI
ASSESSMENT NOTICE,
Notice li hereby given tliitl, the
Mnimiit until" fur (lie liiipruvprneiit of
llaiiinoti incline frili tli went linn o
Thirtieth atroct to u point ten fiv
wet of the center lino ol Thlity tlm
ulicet, ii per a omciit loll number
1 10, wit made by an order of thn emu
molt council iliii mid puyiilile on On Stl
dny of March, l'.Mtt( by oiillmiinv mini
her .TJI.1, eoiilli tiling :iil Mnentmutt roll
tluit the following iiik the naiiiei of
the ptuxoim ii ((iii nut wliiim tli n-e-n
inetit U iiiiulc, ixi the iiiiioiint ing
by eucli (owil :
lliulon, V.. 1( IISOlo
Itukrr. M. A 4!U
linker, (1, I 4 M
linker, Kntliaritm 4 .VI
linker, Tela 4.".
Hoyd, Mary A 4..
Kdwaidn John K 34..W
!KdwmU, Ed 43.tttl
Fiedeilrkon, Ali'x,iml, r 41:0
i Uiiiutiioiid Lumber On I'J '.N
1 Hedrick, Mrs. Mgler 22 M
Iverion, Cut rie 4-1.20
lager, NeU 3.40
Jaekaon, Jacob .1 10M70
MolmMin, Peter 52 73
; Johnson, lVta 3 40
'Laity, Charles ID 2d
ll.ytad, IVter 420
! Morris, WHor It 241.37
,'OUfii, IVter M 43.00
Swannen, P. K 17.13
! City of Atoria (oxcmii) 80 72
j Ity order of th onntmon council.
! OLOF ANDUtSO.V,
Auditor and PUc Judgt of the City
of A.torla. 3
"NOTICE.
j Noiiiv in heiehy gien, tlut tli Com
IllithB uti Strt-et and Public VMi, the
SiipeiinU ndelit of Sttcct and City
Suneyor have fil-d a certiflcat of
' eimipli'timi of the iiriprovemi'tit of '.
change stie t, f r !t the center lin of
Tttrnt v I'm t (ir.-; to the renter line
of Niiietreiith trwt, by Hirch 1 Jucol
! son, the eonl ractnr, in aeeordane with
578 Commercial St., Hhanahan Huihling Cenrral Mlinnnc numk-r 31M snd the
1 runt i i, t tlir-icf ir. That imlv objec.
t ion uin filed a'int the same, the
ame Mill b accepted by Ordinance at
i the n.-xt rexiilur mocting of the Com-
MTJSI0 TEACHI8.
WANTED THREE MUSIC PITILS. ; m..n Council.
Inquire at Astorian office.
MANDOLIN LESSONS GIVEN-MRS.
C. D. Stewart, 127 Seventh street
O. ASDKIUSON.
Auditor and Pullca Jude of tie City
of Astoria.
Ihit-d Mar.b I, 1XI. 3 3
rOR SALE SECOND-HAND 7 COL-!
umn newspaper outfit; complete ex
:ept press; cheap. Inquire at tfcla of-!
Bee.
JUST A MOMENT!
SECOND HAND DONKEY ENGINES I
for sale, suitable for logging and '
hoiMing purposes. For description and i
price apply to F. D. Kuettner, Astoria,
Oregon. j
5 3
HORSES FOR HIRE.
GOOD SADDLE HORSE FOR HIRE BY
hour or day. Apply at Astorian
office.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS.
FOR KENT THREE FURNISHED
houeke ping roorn. Apply 121 Sixth'!
street. 2-27-11
WOOD YARDS.
Flowerx In the tshtide.
It is not unusual to hear a com
plaint that one's yard has no huh,
and therefore flowers cannot be raised,
But there are a large number of flow
ers that prefer nhade to sunshine in
summer. The begonia is of this clasn.
Those who have north walls or fences
may have great beauty during the sum
mer by setting out the different kinds
of begonias. Even the gloxinia, the
achlmenes and similar hothouse plants
bloom splendidly throughout the (sum
mer season when grown on the north
Bide of walls.
Kepptl'a Recipe For Health.
Meeting me in a bitter east wind one
day in Piccadilly on bis way to church,
Keppel asked how Mr. Gladstone was,
I told him he was very ill. "Ah," he
Bald, "he is overnursed. If he would
do as I do, climb up eighty steps, have
a cold bath every day and sleep with
his window always open, he would nev
er be ill." Memoir of Sir Henry Kep
pel. Foot In It Again.
Mr. Brakes Who is that sour looking
dame over there? Mr. Grubbins Sir,
ahe has the misfortune to be iny wife.
Mr. Brakes Oh ah er indeed, sir,
the misfortune is er all yours, I'm
ureJ Cleveland Leader.
Poailble to All.
She (philosophically) Do yon tblnk It
Is eaay to die? Fie (commonplace)
Well, a lot of very stupid people hnvt
managed to do It
WOOD! WOOD! WCOD!
Cord wood, mill wood, box wood, any
kind of wood at lowest prices. Kelly,
the transfer man. 'Phone 3191 Main,
Barn on Twelfth, opposite opera
house.
THE
It. C. GEE W0
Chinese
Medicine Co.
TV . l 1 nrn
Pt five ycars,HAVE
MSfy- MOVED into the
B,?ferH8';''V''- Lena J.rtok hniMinn
' at the south-east cor
ner of First and Morrison Streets. En
trance No. 162 Front Ht.
Successful Home Treatment
Dr. C. GEE WO is known throughout the
United State, and ts railed the Great Chinese
Doctor on account of his wonderful cures
without the aid of a knife, without nslng
P",,wjn,r dmirBofany kind. He treats any
and all disease with powerful oriental root
herbs, liarku, and vegetables that are un
known to medical science in this country,
and through the use nf these harmless reme
dies beguarauteesto cure
Catarrh, Asthma, Lung Trouble, Rhtumetism,
Nervousness, Stomach, Liver, Kidney, Female
Weakness and ail Chronic D'seases.
Call or write, enclosing 4 a-cent stamps for
mailing book and circular. Address,
The C- Ge Woo Chinese Medicine Co.,
no. 101 1.2 first it., J.E. Cor. Morrison.
I'ortland Ureejon.
Mention this
Portland Restaurant
278 Astor St.
Good Clean Meals. Excellent Service.
Meals From 15 Cents to 50 Cents.
We Want to Talk to You
ABOUT BOOK BINDING
Wc do it in Ah the Latest and
Best Styles of the Art. . . .
dt v
We take your Old Magazines that you
have piled away on your shelves and make
Handsome Books of them fit to grace any
library.
We take your old worn out books with
the covers torn off. rebind them and return
to you good as any new book.
Let us figure with you on fixing up your
Library.
& lefc c$
The J. S. Dellinger Co,
Makers of All Kinds of Books
LKGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
To All Concerned.-Nutlr U north
lv mi (0 all tiitk'oriii'd that the Momlit(
Anlmlnn will, fivin this (In lc, to tht
tllt dny of Dweinlirr, 11MHI, tin ami er
fnt in tin nililio nlntiiiK for ami In
h'lntlf of tin Clly of Atorl, of what,
never tmtiiie. OI.AK ANDICIISO.V, An-
r ami I'iiIIio .Iinlo of mM clly,
10.1.3(1
ASSESSMENT NOTICE.
.Vol let a liOM'hy (!lv" ttltlt tllO
iioiit iiiikU for tlm Improveiiiont of
1 : li 1 1 tii'il from the aoiilh lino of
KmiuI niiii to tlm Boiitli line of !.
Iiij-Ioii nvi-niio, n pur aMBiiioiit roll
iiiimUr IN, was mail by an orlr of
I ho common coiim-ll dun and jwyahld on
tlin flth day of March, llMMl, hy ordl
tiaiicK iiiiiiilii'r :i:M0, conflrinliiK nald
!. incut roll, that tho following ait
Urn iiiiiin of the pOfotia RKitlint whom
Ihn natKinmrtit U inndt and tht amount
owing hy each to wlti
Ho'-lliiig. V 14(1.02
Haiki r, Oiplis ,
Hi'iimiil, .lonrpli
322
7.17
lick, I'aulln. 7.17
HuUr, Katliailna
144
lUknr, 144
Hakor, !. I,
1.4
IloyJ, Maiy A 1.44
Hirkor, A 213 !4
Coy, Klla M 71.73
(Minton, Jampt H ioi
101
10.70
10 7rt
10.70
8H.I1
Carney, F. J
IVmW, Mary F 3fl35
laVy, lUidmrd gjoo
IIrII.v, A. II 21,62
DaU, J. C
lUv, I.iiy K
I an, Mal i
I niton, Ada
Fulton, Maud K 68.13
lkvil, t;,o. C KifiTl
I hiv.l. Marv C ni
!, Nf Hie 27.4H
nid, Kutin 2T 4S
I'lnhiVdon, Mmirrpt 07 SO
V Joint n un"
F"x, A. L. 8 97
Foa id, F.d 32H
FTguon, Almyra K n.
Fi'lier. ClirUtlna 101 i
i-ntluiit, Olotla A 11021
logorr, V. K , 32.2H
HiKgiti. J. K 71.71
llahn, John 32 2
Hawthorn, Monttl!liou CI 21
Hammond I.umhcr Co 7 44
Jolinon, Irnit C 219
Johtiaon, Mar Alma 131
ohnaon, Charl 2.39
TclT r', John II 32 2t
olmum, (WotR 4tlC2
"K'lii, . (' 3.1 2H
Kiim.iiit MjU 717
Muling, Hi-lay 0 7ij
Motitcith, Ium H 32 2H
Millpr, I.da linker 1 41
MrAy nil, Ali-x I'.mi
011, Jjiuia in;,
Olson, Win ".nit
1 aimiii'rjf, I iml lil.'2
I'nik'-r, ('. I jo 71)
Pinkfr, II. II 74,1
Iliiiili, John W 3.172
Hum II, .Inm-pli 3;, 2
Koul.iml, Hurr I ftm
Iliipph-ya, Addin K )ll ,i)
I'.a h liir.-, Aliw J 1i 7i
I'.'ihh, Cordfllii 2.4M
Si-hfi nai k:i U, A 717,1
Nlono, Will K 21 .'i2
Spfildcn, Mary C 7 17
simPi 2162
Smith, Ji'nnin 7,17
Wright, Mnrj;nrt J 36.72
Willi-., Lv,li M 6.3S
Waul, Anna M 12.6.I '
Wilmin, fl.icnr V 4.(10
Hy order of tho common council.
OWV ANDMHSOX,
Auditor and Polh Judge of tho City
3 (I
of Astoria.
Eagle Concert Hall
320 Astor St.
The leading aniuaemeut house.
P. A. PETERSON, Prop
Parker House Bar
rrv, vt:ii. . 1 . . . .
Astorian Building Corner Commercial and 10th Street g J
fi Agnncy for Edison Thonoffraohi .nJ
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NOTICE.
Notice i, hcichv (riven Hint the fotn
mil Ic on SlrccN and Puhlic Wnyn, the
Siiiciiiilcndciit ol' SlrcetH and tliii Cily
Suin-cyoi- hnvo lih-d a certificate of com
pletion of the improvement of Hunion
uviMine, from t Ik Wet line (,f Tlu'ily.
i'th Htrcet to a point ten f,.(. w,.,( f
the cent,.,- 'mi. f Thiily thinl Mre. t,
hy W. A. (hiodin the eont ni.tor in m.
coidance with ("lencnil Ordiiuiiice Nnm-
her III77 iiinl tl nluict ihercl'or; Hint
miles objections Hie filed ng,iinHt the
Mine, the siiiiic will he accepted hy Or
dinance nt the next regular nicotine of
tho common comiell.
or.oi' APEnso
Auditor and Police Judge of the Ciiv
of Astoria.
Dated, March 2nd, 1000, 3.4