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THE MORNING ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
FRIDAY, JUNE i, i9o.
FOR A NARROW LOT.
k4er Cottar Sacrraafallr Halll
Near Bolton at Coot of a 4,000.
ICopyrlght, 1906, by C. A. A F. M. Ru-
aril, Koxbury, Mass.
This Is a design of modern cottao
for a narrow lot. arranged o that all
rooms will be lighted from the front
There are three rooms and a recep
tion hall on the first floor, four rooms
and batli on the second floor and three
good rooms In the attic. There are two
open fireplaces. All plumbing Is open,
and the water closet is separate from
The rear chamber over the kitchen
may be used at a servant's room, as It
la convenient to reach It ly the rear
The parlor Is finished iu white enanv
1, the dining room in cypress and the
ttaira In forest green. The reception
ball and Bitting room are stained an
tique oak. All the other finish is North
There is a laundry In the basement
The house is heated by a furnace.
The outside finish can be either pine
r cypress. The walls are shingled with
clear red cedar shingles and the roof
with extra red cedar shingles. With
FIBST FLOOE PLAX.
he shingles stained green and the
trimmings white a very attractive ef
fect Is secured.
The kitchen Is so arranged that no
smell of cooking will enter the main
bouse, as there are two doors to ti e
hall and dining room.
The floors In the parlor and dining
room are of quartered oak, with bor
ders. The other floors are of the best
hard pine, shellacked and waxed.
There is a handy seat in the vesti
bule, with a drop front for overshoes,
SECOND FLOOR PLA5.
etc. There is also a seat in the nook
Which opens into the reception hall
through an arch.
This house has been built in Cam
bridge, Mass., at a cost of $4,000.
C. A. & P. M. RUSSELL.
M Warren Street, Roxbury, Mass.
Hint to Home Builder.
Don't forget that a poorly planned and
poorly built house costs just as much
as the other kind.
Don't try to get your house built for
less than It is worth. You will be the
Don't scrimp your building anywhere
or forget your wife's comfort when
you plan your house.
Don't expect to heat a poorly built
Don't omit to double your first floor.
It will pay In comfort, healthfulness
Poa't try to build a $5,000 homse for
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11,000 apd don't expect It of your arvhl
tevt. It can't be done.
Don't undertake to see bow cheap
rou can build, but Low well.
Will produce Whiter
la Tour Laundry
Than any other artklt
And with less labor
Will Cleanse Every Article
In your Kitchen
or Dining Room
And xnaKe it Bright
All Articles of Clothing,
Acting as an 1
Antiseptic and Preventing
Odor from Perspiration,
Insist on 20-Mule-Team Borax. U
your dealer hasn't it don't buy adul
terated borax. Write to us, tell us his
name, enclosing 5c, and we will mail
you a package and will alto send you
our illustrated booklet, "Borax in the
Home." Address, Pacific Coast Bcrax
Co., Saa Fiancisco, Cal.
Present address Pacific Coast Dorax Co..
Bacon BWg., Oakland, Calif.
I C B I I -1.1 - -
There is no better covering for
your poultry houvrs than Malthoid
Roofing. It is offensive to insects,
clean and odorless, and will remain
proof against the severest cold and
not weather. Poultry houses cov
ered with Malthoid are warmer in
w inter and cooler in summer than
those covered with roofsof shingles,
boards, tin, iron and many inferior
grades of prejared roofing. Send
The Paraffine Paint
FISHER BROS., CO., Sole Agents.
on draught and in bottles
Brewed nder sanitary condition! and
propeny aged right here in Astoria.
For County Judge
Regular Nominee Democratic Party.
Continuation of Good Road Work;
Completion of Court House; and
Upbuilding of Clatsop County.
The supplying of any want that may arise iu domestic or
commercial life may be readily and quickly accomplished at a
nominal cost by the publication of the want in the " Waut Ad."
columns of the Morning Astorian.
A necessity which may arise for buying or selling horses,
carriages, furniture, pianos, real 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
Olfl INSERTION ONI CENT A WORD THREE LINES THREE DAYS, jo CENTS
Count Six Words to a Lin. t0 Cents a Hoe week.
" SITUATION WANTED "
For the benefit of persons out of employment, ads under ths head of "Situa
tion Wanted " will
WANTED Good girl to do housework.
Apply at Bay View Hotel
WANTED A BOOK AGENT TO Dis
pose of a amall stock of easy -selling
books; hig profit. Inquire at Astorian
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT NEWLY FURNISHED
rooms; steam heated; new house.
Apply at room 14, over the Bee Hive.
FOR RENT. THREE
NICE ROOMS AND BOARD FOR GEN-
tlenun and wife or single. Enquire
Astorian Office, 4-25 tf
FURNITURE, STOVES. CARPETS,
etc., at less than half price you have
to pay elsewhere; we also buy and sell
everything. Astoria Commission & Auc
tion Co., 365 Commercial street.
FOR SALE-ONE SLIGHTLY USED
, Estey orjran; worth .12"; for sale
cheap. A. Poutala, 1470 Grand avenue,
Astoria, Ore. 5-31-3t.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS LOT
of wire cable new and second hand,
any length, pipe of any description and
size, machinery to suit anybody writs
for prices on anything; metal scrap iron
and all kinds of junk and machinery
bought and sold. Adress M. Barde &
Con, Portland, Oregon. lm. i
WANTED THREE MUSIC PUPILS.
Inquire at Astorian office.
MANDOLIN LESSONS GIVEN MRS,
C. D. Stewart, 127 Seventh street
Finest Hotel In the Northwest.
NOTICE FOR PROPOSALS.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT, OFFICE
of the Supervising Architect, Wash'
ington, D. C, May 5, 1906. Sealed pro
posals will be received at this office
until 3 o'clock p. m. on the 11th day of
June, 1906, and then opened, for the
construction of a gangway at the
Columbia River Quarantine Station, As
toria, Oregon, in accordance with draw
ings and specification, copies of which
may be had at this office or at the
office of the Custodian of the Columbia
River Quaiantine Station, Astoria, Ore
gon, at tho discretion of the Supervis
JAMES KNOX TAYLOR,
NOTICE FOR PROPOSALS.
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE,
Vancouver Barracks, Wash., May 15,
1906. Sealed proposals, in triplicate,
will be received at this office until 11
o'clock a. m., June 5, 1906, and then
publicly opened, for the construction of
be printed three days free of
Railway Station and Post Ofnee at
Fort Stevens, Oregon. Flans and sped
fl cations may be seen at the office of ths
Quartermaster, Fort Stevens. Ore., and
the Chl'f Quartermaster, Vancouver
Barracks, Wash. The United States re
serves the right to reject or accept any
or ali bids or any part thereof. En
velopes containing proposals should be
indorsed: "Propoxal for Railway Sta
tion and Tost Office, Fort Steven. Ore
gon." and addressed to the Chief Quar
termaster. Vancouver Bsrrscks. Wash.
Bids are hereby asked for the clear
ing of right of way on road No. 77,
from the Olney School House to ths
sixteen-mile post where it connects
with the present .road. Said clearing
to be twenty feet in width. And to be
cleared of all trees, logs and brush.
Bids to state price per rod or mils.
Court reserving the right to reject any
or all bids.
Work to be paid for when completed
Bids to be filed with the clerk on or
before June I, 1906.
By order of the County Court.
J. C. CLINTON, County Clerk.
Astoria. Ore., May 3, 1900. 4-9
NOTICE TO BOND HOLDERS.
Notice U herby given to parties hold
ing bonds 1, 2, 3, and 4, issued by School
District No. 6. of Clatsop County, Or
egon, that the same have been called
in, and will be paid within thirty days
of this date, at the office of the county
treasurer 559-565 Commercial street,
Dated Astoria Oregon, this 1st day of
CHAS A. HEILBORN.
County Treasurer, Clatsop County.
The Troy Laundry
Ths only white labor laundry In th
Olty. Doss ths best work at reasonable
prloss and Is In every way worthy of
10th and DUANE Sts Phsno 1M1.
for 15c; nice cake, coffee, pie, or
doughnuts, 5c, at (J. S. Restaur
ant. 431 Bond St,
MEALS OF ALL KINDS
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
74 EIGHTH STREET
I BEST 15 CENT MEAL.
You can always find the beet
15-ccnt meal in the city at the
Rising Suu licstaurant.
CI 2 CommercialSt.
DR. RHODA C. HICKS
Office Kanse). Bid. Fnone Black 10H
171 Commercial St., Astoria, Or.
DR. KATHYRN RUETER
Fhons Red 2101 nours: S to 12anJ 1 to 5
3rd floor Bes Ilivo Bldg., Com! St.
DR. T. L. BALL,
5-4 Commercial Ht Astoria Oreson.
Pythian Building, Astoria. Oregon.
Dr. W. C. LOGAN
Commercial St., Sbannlian Building
C. J. TKENCHARI)
Real Estate, Insuranos, Commission
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER.
Offloo 1S3 Ninth 8tret, Next to Justlos
WOODI WOOD! WCODI
Cord wood, mill wood, box wood, any
kind of wood it lowest prices. Kelly,
the transfer man. "Phone 3191 Main,
Barn on Twelfth, opposite opera
416 BOND ST.,
Carries the Finest Line of
Popular Concert Hall.
Good music. All are walcome. Cor
I Cigars I
ner Seventh and Astor.
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIOARJ.
New La Tosca
s8j ASTOR STREET.
I. N. VANCIL & C0(
CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS AND
Furnished Rooms, Day ot Night.
Eagle Concert Hail
320 Astor St. (
Ths lltng amusement houss. (
P. A. FETERSON, Prop
Parker House Bar
Cor. Ninth and Astor 61s
Agency for Edison Pbonogrsphs tad
Gold Moulded Records,
NOTICE Or RECEIVING BIDS BY
Notice is hereby given, That up to
the hour of 2 o'clock p. m., on Thursday,
the 3 1-4 day of May, 1IHKJ, the Commit
tee on Streets and Public Wsvs of the
Common Coum-ll of the City of Astoria.
will receive sealed bids for Improving
Honl treet from the west line of Ninth
street to the enst line of Sixth street
as oiMere.1 improved by ordinance- No.
325", approved on the '.'nd day of May,
l'.'iHl. The right Is reserved to reject any
ami nil bids.
JENS II. HANSEN.
J. J, ROBINSON.
P. A. STANOLAND.
Committee on Streets and Public Ways.
0 20 4t.
NOTICE OF RECEIVING BIDS BY
Notice U hereby given, Thnt up to
the hour1 of 2 o'clock p. m,, on Thurs
dsy. the 31st day of May, 11)06, tho
Committee on Streets and Publlo Ways
of the Common Council of the City of
Astoria, will receive sealed bids for ths
Improvement of Eleventh street from
the north line of Harrison avenue to tho
north line of Kensington avenue, as or
dered Improved by ordinance No. 3249,
approved on the 22nd day of May, 190(1.
The right is reserved to reject sny snd
JENS II. HANSEN.
J. J. ROIUNSOV.
P. A. STANOLAND,
Committee on Streets and Public Wsy.
HAND MADE, ELEGANTLY
628 Commercial Street, Astoria
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AbsoluhPurtty, fiiwst flavor,
Qrcrtsr Srrenh. Ucasomble Prices
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