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THE MOHNING ASTOIIIAN. ASTORIA, OREGON.
MONDAY, APRIL 13, tpoO.
THE MORNING ASTORIAN
' The supplying of any want that may arise in domestic or
commercial life may be readily and quickly accomplished at a
nominal cost by the publication of the want in the " Want Ad."
columns of the Morning Astorian.
A necessity which may arise for buyiuj or selling horses,
carriages, furuiture. pianos, teal estate, sewing machines, bicy
cles, safes, watches, jewelry, typewriters, or thousands of other
articles, can be met at once by the insertion of a suitable adver
tisement in the morning Astorion.
To secure help of any sort, or situation of any kind, to find
lost articles, to secure board or boarders, lodging or lodgers,
borrow money, obtain any kind of security; any of these wants
may be supplied by using the "Want" columns of The Morning
Rates For Classified or "Want" Advertisements
THREE LINES THREE DAYS, 30 CI NTS
10 Cents a line a week.
ONE INSERTION ONE CENT A. WORD
Count Six Words to a line.
For the benefit of persons out of employment, ads under the head of "Situa
tion Wanted will be printed three days free of charge.
WANTrL- UOIL TO DO GENERAL
housework. Apply to J. C. Allen's
store Alderbrook. 4-11 7t
POSITION WANTED BY AX ELDER
- ly man of good habits, who under
stands taking care of lawn and horses
and making himself generaly useful
around the place. Address T. W. L.,
Astoria. 2t gr.
.1 PROFESSIONAL CARD.
The Troy Laundry
Ths only white labor laundry In the
city. Does the bast work at reasonable
prices and la In svery way worthy of
10th and DUANE Sts Phone 1991.
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND A PAIR OF EYE-GLASSES.
Owner can have same by calling at
BATHS! BATHS! BATHS
New Equipment Throughout
open daily at 1 o'clock p. m.
Leave the clothes to be washed by
34 Ninth St.
JAY TUTTLE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Acting; Assistant Surgeon
U.S. Marine Hospital Service.
Offlci hours: 10 to 13 a.m. 1 to 4: SI p.m.
477 Commercial Street. 2nd Floor.
FOR SALE ON SATURDAY. APRIL
28th, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at
the front door of the Court House, in
Astoria, I win offer for sale lot 1 in
block 10 in McClure's Astoria, for one
half cash, balance in three years' time,
with approved security, at 7 per cent
interest; if you wish further particu
lars, address C. P. Hogue, foot of Spo
kane avenue, Portland, Ore. 4-18-llt.
FOR RENT 2 NICELY FURNISH-
ea rooms, inquire A. rinaii, care
Lebeek's new house, Uniontown. 4-19-3t
All voters of Clatsop county, irres
pective of parties, art hereby invited
and requested to meet and partteipateJ
in a ma? s meeting to be held in " Logan
hall " at Astoria, on Saturday, April 21,
1900, at 10 a. m for the purpose of
Dominating a full county ticket to be
voted for on Monday, June 4, 18041.
C. J. TRENCHARD,
Chairman of the Citizens'
Committee of Astoria, Ore.
MAX W. POHL,
DR. SHODA C. HICKS
Office Manse). Bid. Phone Black SOU
I7S Commercial St, Astoria. Ore.
DR. KATHYRN RUETER
Phone Red 2181 Hours: 9 to 12 anJl to 8
3rd floor Bee Hive Bldg., ComlSL
for 15cj nice cuke, cotTeo, pic, or
douglmuta, fic, at U. 8. ItpsUuir
ant. 434 Bond St
BEST 15 CENT MEAL.
You can always find the beat
15-ccnt meal in the city at the
Rising San Restaurant
MEALS OF ALL KINDS
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
74 EIGHTH STREET
WOODI WOOD! WCODl
Cord wood, mil: wood, box wood, any
kind of wood 1 1 lowest prices. Kelly,
the transfer man. 'Phone 3191 Main,
Barn on Twelfth, opposite opera
at ,175 fci't above the base of grade at
tho center of the street.)
At a point 220 feet went of the west
line of Fourteenth street at 180 feet
above the bate of grade In the center
of the street and at the west Uno of
Fourteenth street at 105 ft above the
base of grade on the north side and
100 feet above the base of grade on
the south side and between said point
the slope shall be gradual.
, OI.OF ANDEKSOX,
Auditor and Police Judge of the
Cy of Astoria.
. . : 4-20-10t.
ACCOUNTANT AND BOOKKEEPER.
F. W. GARDINER
Accountant and Bookkeeper
Small Sets of Books Kept.
Bills Collected on Commis
sion. Accounts Adjusted.
Office i 350 Commercial Street,
FOR SALE OWING TO PRIVATE
reasons, tne undersigned wul sen a
$50 racycle, but slight used, at a very
low price. Geo. Pontala, 1470 Grand
avenue, Astoria, Oregon.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS LOT
of wire cable new and second hand,
any length, pipe of any description and
size, machinery to suit anybody write
for prices on anything; metal scrap iron
and all kinds of junk and machinery
bought and sold. Adress M. Barde A
Son, Portland, Oregon. lm.
The agency for the sale of "Union"
gasoline engines held by J. M. Arthur k
Co., has been cancelled. Mr. F. P. Ken
dall, room 5. Hamilton building, Portland
his been duly appointed our genera
sales agent for Portland, Astoria anJ
UNION GAS ENGDTE CO.,
Per H. R. WOOD.
DR. T. L. BALL,
524 Commercial St Astoria Oregon.
STAMMERING AND STUTTER
For Particulars Address
THE PACIFIC SCHOOL FOR STAM
12(1 oast xamhill Street,
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
Notice Is hertby glveu that the as
lessmeiit made for the Improvement of
Exchange itreet, front the center line
of Kineetenth street to the center line
of Twenty-tint street, per assess
mcnt roll number 120, wa made by in
order of the common council due and
payable on tbe lt day of May, A.' IX
lOOfl, by ordinance ' number 3232, con
firming said assessment roll, that the
following are the name of the persons
against whom the assessment U made
and the amount owing bv each to
Astoria National Bank $ M0. OS
Fulton. Virginia E 030.00
Hammond Lumber Co". 303.09
Gilbert. Alex 00.00
Hinman, A. Jr ISO. 00
Mendcll.'O. II 342.00
Munson. Clam C 27.00
Munson, Fred A
Scandinavian P.cn-volcnt Soc'y.
Welch, D. H .'.
Welch, Lena F trustee
Welch. Nancy, B
Welch, Francis I
Welch, Grace .M
Wester, F. A
City of Astoria (wes)
By order of the common council.
Auditor and Police Judge of the City
DnU-A Astoria, Oregon, April Hih, A
D. 1900. 4 19-lOt.
Pythian Building, Astoria. Oregon.
- Dr. W. C. LOGAN
78 Commercial St., Shannhan Building
C. J. TRENCHARD
jReal Eitate, Iniurance, Commission
CUSTOM H0U8E BROKER.
We beg to inform our customers, the
rtwaue ana au wnom it mav concern. hKa. i w:-u e... w.
v ........ w., wwy n.M .v VHVIIVV
TOMB STONES, PRICE $3.00 AND UP;
factory, opposite Clatsop Mill office.
Oscar LaurelL 4-11-17
that Mr. Franz (Frank) Busch is not
now nor has he ever been in our employ
in any capacity whatever. Anheuser-
cuscn Brewing Association, St. Lous,
NOTICE FOR PROPOSALS.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
TO RENT. FRONT SUITE OF ROOMS
Holdtn House 4-13 ?t
Housekeeping rooms. , Enquire 472
Commercial street. 4-12 tf.
is the simplest and strong
est ofall vriti)g machines.
It does better work, does
it quicker, iasts longer,
and costs less in the long
run than any other type
writing machine. It is
The World's Beat
Let us send yon our iltfJe took trilhg
ill -.hour it. f visiter :.:iff.k,. Ma-
Cines rsnrrd. 5tsnor? :.: fvraich- W
Thi Sr.iiih Pre mi est-'
247 Stark St., Portland Or.
OFFICE OF C. Q. M., VANCOUVER
Barracks, Wash. April 15, 1906.
sealed proposals in triplicate, will be
received here until 11 o'clock a. m., May
15, 1906, for furnishing fuel and fuel
oil; forage, bedding, and dog food;
mineral oil, at posts in this department
for the year ending June 30, 1907. In
formation furnished here or by quarter
masters at post. U. S. reserves the
right to reject or accept any or all pro
posals, at any part thereof. Enve
lopes containing proposals should be,
marked. "Proposals for at- ,"
addressed F. G. Hodgson, C. Q. M.
WANTED THREE MUSIC PUPILS.
Inquire at Astorian office.
MANDOLIN LESSONS GIVEN MRS.
C. D. Stewart, 127 Seventh street.
Fintst Hotal in th North wott
--a Tfiipte; MiiBifB
Anyone nd!na a mlsetoh and dflKrtptlon mat
qnlcklr aacerliiin our opinion flee wlietlier aa
invention Is prohntily palnnlHDlfi. Communim
tlonsfitrictlrcoiiUderitl!. HANDBOOK onPatenti
tent free. OMent skoi.cjt for serurln pateuU.
I'aieiu liilmr tbroiiKh Munn & Co. receive
tptcial without chnrge, lu the
A hnnildoinelr Dluntrate'l weekly. I.nmest dr.
culai Ion of any clentlUc journal. 'I'ernia, t'i a
yeiir: iourmonuia.il. eoiauyail newadealera.
X Co.3618". New York
Branch OiUce, EB F Bt, Waabinvton, D. U
Eagle Concert Hall
320 Astor St.
The leading amusement house.
P. A. PETERSON, Prop
Notice is hereby given that special
assessment roll nu miter 121, made for
the purpose of defraying the costs and
expenses of improving Birch street,
from the eat line of Fifty-second
street, to the center line of Ffty-third
street, has been filed with the Auditor
and Police Judge, and numbered spec
ial assesment roll number 121. and
that the committee on str. ets and pub
lie ways has been appointed a com
mittce of the council to sit with the
board of nesors to examine, correct
and equalize the same, and that Tues
day, the 1st day of May, A. D. 1900, at
the hour of 2 o'clock p. m. in the
council chambers In the city half, has
been fixed as the time and place of the
meeting of said board of equalizing.
All objections to said assessment rnunt
be presented in writing.
Dated Astoria, Oregon, April 18th
A. D. 1906. 4-13-lOt.
Notice U hereby givm, That up to
the hour of 2 o'clock p. in., on Wednss
day, the 25th day of April, 1000, the
Committee on Streets and Public Ways
of the Common Council of the City of
Astoria, will receive yaltd bids for con
structing a sewer on Eighteenth street
from a point fifteen feet mhiUi of the
north line of Crand avenue to the north
0 of Exchange street. a ordered Im
proved by ordinance No. 323-1, approved
on the 10th day or April, 1900. The
right 1 reserved to reject any and all
JEN'S H. HANSEN,
J. W. ROBINSON, '
P. A. STANGLAND, ..
Committee on Street and Public 'av.
4 20 4t.
Notice Is hereby given, that the Com
mon Council of the City of Atorla, het
declared lis dctoniiliiHtloii and Intention
to Improve Eleventh street from the
north Una of Hitrrlaon avenue to the
noitli line of Kt'iisiiiton nvemis to the 1
full width thereof, and upon the estab
lished KiM'le thereof. From the north
line oMUrrUon avenue to the , south
Hue of Irving avenue said atnet shall
be improved by grading the same to
the eitatillshrd grade to the full width,
ihcioof, and coiixtructlng sidewalks ,j
feet wide on each side thereof, and
planking tho samo to a width of 20 feet
through the renter thereof, with planks
3 InclifD thick and 12 Inches wide, From
the south Una of Irving avenue to the '
north line of Kensington avenue, said
otreet shall he Improved by grading the
same to the full width thereof, to the
estublUhcd grade- thereof, and construct
lug licwulk 8 feet wide on each side
The Imnlicr to be ued In construct.
Ing aid street shall be good, sound, red
or yellow fir lumber.
In matters of detail said Improvement
shall be eiitnicted according to the
plans and spcclflcallons theiefor to be
prepared by the City Surveyor at here
Inafter provided and general ordinance .
No. 1001 and any matter of coimtnio
tlm and ilrn 1 11 ge found necessary to
make the Improvement aafo or1 sub
at s tit in 11 h nit be done by the contrac
tor whether specified or not. without
That the cot and expenses of con
atrueting mid improvement itmll be de
frayed by apeeiul iuiiit upon the
liK html and 1'ieinUca lienelUtdd by
tbe Mine vtlilrh ;tld Iota, lntidt and
premUes ate Included In the special as
riiiciit (liatrlct Including all lots,
lands and preiuUe so benefitted to
wit: 1-nta S and 0 in block 00. lots 12,
I. 1, U and the wc.t half of lot 11 In
block Hit lta .1, 4, 5 and 0 in block 04;
lots I. 2. .1 and the we.t half of lot 4.
lota 12. 1.1. 14 and w.at half of lot 11 In
block 03; lot, 3. 4, S and . In block
II. li lots .1, 4. S and 0 In block 1IB; lot
1. 2. 3 and the weat half of lot 4. lot
12, 13 and 14 and the west half of lot
II In block 114; lots , 2, 3 and west
half of lot 4, lot 12, 11 14 and the
wr,t half of lot II In block 117, all la
that part of the City of Aatorla. Clat
sop county, Oregon, as laid out and re
corded by John MeClura and extended
by Cyrus Olney.
Auditor and Police Judge of the
City of A'torla.
4 20 Bt.
There is money in the city treasury
to pay all warrants endorsed from the!
17th day of May to the 23rd day of
June, 1905, both inclusive.
Ink-rest will cease after this date.
Astoria, Ore., April 20, 1000.
Morning Astorian, 65c. per month.
Parker House Bar
Cor. Ninth and Astor Sts.
Agency for Edison Phonographs and
Gold Moulded Records.
Popular Concert Hall.
Good music. All are welcome,
ner Seventh and Astor.
Notice is hereby given, that the Coin
mon Council of the CHv of Astoria 1ms
declared its determination and inten
tion to oonstruet s drain on Melbourne
avenue mm the alley-way running
through block 1", Taylor'. Astoria, to
a point 70 feet north of the north line
of Taylor avenue. Said drain shall con
sist of box drain of 15 Inchc Inside
measurement, and shall he constructed
of planking three inches in thickness
and from the north to the south line
of Alameda avenue, there shall be a
ten-inch vitrified sewer pipe laid In the
box, and said drain shall be laid a suf
ficient depth nnd on proper grade to
give sufficient drainage.
In matters of detail said Improve
ment shall be constructed according to
Notice is hereby given, that the Com- the plans and specifications therefore to
mon Council of the city of Astoria has be prepared by the City Surveyor as
declared its determination and intcn- hereinafter provided and any matter of
tlon to re-establish the grade on Irving construction and drainage found neces
avenue from the west line of Ninth say to make the Improvement safe or
street to the Went line of Fourteenth substantial shall be done by tho con
street so that the grade upon said tractor whether specified or not, with
street when so re-established shall be out extra charge.
at the following elevation above the That tho costs and expenses of con-
base of grades as established by ordi- structing said improvement shall bo de
nance, to-wit. frayed by special assessment upon the
At the intersection of Irving avenue lots, lands and premises benefitted by
and Ninth street at 107 feet above the the same which said lots, lamls and
base of grades on the north side and premises are included in the special as-
170 feet above the base of grades on sessment district including all lots
the south side; lands and premises so benefitted to-
At the intersection of Tenth street wit: Lot 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 39,
at 144 feet above the base of grades on 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 40, 47, and 48, in
the north side and, 147 feet above the block 17; all of block 18; lots 12, 13, 14,
base of grades on the south side; IS, 10, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25,
At the intersection of said street 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33 in block 2;
with Eleventh street at 126 feet above Mots 1, 2, 3, 4, li, 6, 7, 8, 0, 10, 39, 40, 41,
the base of grades on the north side 42, 43, 44, 45, 40, 47, 48, in block 3, all
and 129 feet above the base of grades in that part of the City of Astorln, as
on the south side; laid out and recorded by the Pcninsu-
At the intersection of said street lar Land & Trust Co., and generally
with Twelfth street at 149 feet above known as Taylor's Astoria.
the base of grades on the north side OLOF ANDERSON,
and 151 feet above the base of grades Auditor and Police Judge of the
on the south side; City of Astoria.
At the east line of McClure's Astoria I 1 l-20-10t,
Notice la hereby given, that the Com
mon Council of the t'ltv of Astoria has
dared Its determination and Inten
tion to improve Irving avenue from the
eat line of Fluhtcenth street to the
wet line of Adair's port of Upper As
toria as laid out and recorded by John
Adair by clearing said street to Its full
width of all brush, shrubs and trees,
which trees, ahrub and brush shall f
removed by slashing the same and when
slashed, removed from said street in a
good thorough and workmanlike man
ner, and grubbing out and removing all
roots from the street.
In matters of detail said Improve
ment shall be constructed according to
the plans and specifications therefor to
be prepared by the City Surveyor.
That the costs and expenses of con
structing said improvement shall be de
frayed by special assessment upon the
lots, lands and premises benefitted by
the same which said lots, land and
premises are Included in the special as
segment district Including all lots,
landt and premises so benefitted towltt
All of blocks 40, 47, 48. 49, 60 and 51,
09, 70, 71, 72, 73 and 74; 24, 25, 20, 27,
28, 20; 38, 39, 40, 41, 42 and 43, all In
that part of the City of Astoria, as laid
out and recorded by John M. Shlvcly,
and generally known as Bhivoly'a As
torin, In Clatsop county, State of Ore.
Auditor and Police Judge of the
City of Astoria.
NOTICE OF RECEIVING BIDS BY
Notice Is hereby given, That up to
the hour of 2 o'clock p. m., on Wednes
day, tho 25th day of April, 1900, the
Committee on Streets and Publio Ways
of the pommon Council of tho City of
Astoria, will receive sealed bids for' im
proving Bond street from the west line
of Sixth strcot to the west line of Mc-'
Cluro's Astoria, as ordered improved by
ordinance No. 3233, npproved on the
19th day of April, 1900. The right is
reserved to reject any and all bids.
JENS II. HANSEN,
P. H. STANGLAND,
J. W, ROBINSON,
Committee on Streets and Public Ways. "