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THE MORNING ASTORIA N ASTORIA, OREGON.
MONDAY, JUNE it, igotf.
Tfcr? tkeald Alwara Be Mat mm At.
tractive aa Poaalble.
Tbe other day a mother was showing
Mine friends through the new house
that her husband had purchased. She
led the company upstairs and to lb
front of the house Into a large room
The window opened out upon the tlm
lawn and a beautiful park opposite.
"This," she Bald, "Is to be my littlt
"Why," said her surprised friends
who knew that tbe boy was but five 01
Ix years of age, "this Is one of tlx
largest and best rooms In tbe house
You will need It for a guest chamber.
"No," the mother replied, "It shall
be my boy's. Guests come only uow
and then, and we can find other place?
for them. But the boy wilt be here al
the time, and I want him to grow up
with nice things about him and lu i
spacious room and with beautiful sceu
ery at his windows. I want everything
about him to be of the best, that he
may be Influenced by what he see
and what Is about him."
II not this the right spirit T Too often
the children hare bad to put up with
what was left over wheu everybody
etee was looked after. Any corner wai
thought good enough for them, or, rath
er, It was not considered that children
are Influenced from their earliest years
liy their surroundings. Their tastes foi
the beautiful and orderly are belnj;
formed every day or else are being
stunted for want of attractive sur
roundings. Give the children the best
rooms you can. Give them on outlook
upon the trees and flowers and the sky
Make their environment as attractive
as possible. Calvin Ii!l VHson.
CARE OF SHOES.
It Will Repay Yon to Pot The Rale
Have more than o:ie pair of s!i;u'
It will be less expensive to have S'.-v
ernl pairs nil going at once than to l uj
one and to wear it uut!l past all useful
uess. it Is a good plan fur the aver;: it
woman to have two pairs of dres sh
and two pairs of strong walking sh-.io
always on hand.
Have a few shoe trees. They may be
bought at a reasonable price and will
keep the shoe in shape wonderfully.
Tbe toe Is bound to turn up wheu tin
shoe la empty, and creases will form.
Do not use much shoe polish. Most
shoes may be kept In good condition if
simply rubbed well every night with a
soft rag. Dressing may be applied to
the edge of the soles and heels.
Never set shoes near heat, especially
If they are wet Any kind of heat, from
the fireplace or the steam radiator, will
break or crack the leather.
Do not let tbe heels run down. It
throws the shoe out of leved and spoils
the shape. Never let buttoned shoes be
partly buttoned. Not only does it Indi
cate a lack of refinement, but It ruins
the shape of the shoe.
When laced shoes are taken off at
night, do not leave them laced too far
up. The foot will have to be forced In
to them In the morning, and the linings
will be broken and the shoe strained
In many places. Always use a shoe
horn for low shoes and slippers.
thudi From the Padded CcJL
0V much did Philadelphia rT
Whose gram did K. t Mo?
How many eggs could New Or
How much does Cleveland Ot
What waa tt made Chlcairn HIT
'Twu WnKhliiKton, l. CT
She would Taeoma Wash, In spit
Of a Ualtlmme Mil.
When Hartford and New Haven Cons
What Reuben do they soak?
Could Noah build a Little Hock Ark
If he had no Guthrie Ok?
We call Minneapolis Minn.
Why not Annapolis Ann?
If you can't tell the reaeon why,
I'll bet Topeka Kan.
But now you epeak of ladles, what
A Butte Montana U!
If I could borrow Memphis' Tenn,
I'd treat that Jackson Mlra.
Would Denver Colo cop because
Ottumwa la dore.
And. though my Portland Me doth love.
I threw my Portland Ore?
Maurice Smiley In TJpptnrott Mafl
THE MORNING ASTORIAN
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The supplying of any want that may arise in domestic or
commercial Hie may be readily and quickly accomplished at a
nominal cost by the publication of the want m the " Want 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 cf 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
Kates For Classified or "Want" Advertisements
OKI INSERTION ONE CENT A WORD THIiEE LINES THREE DAYS, 30 CENTS
Count Six Word to a Lin. 10 Cents lln week.
SITUATION WANTED -For
the benefit of person out of employment, d under th bead of "Situs-
tion wanted " will be printed three day free of charg.
WASTED-MAX AND WIFE WANTS
.room and board; must be clean and
reannabK Address "F.," care A-torlan.
THE HOME DOCTOR.
Fresh vegetables are used for keep
lug the blood pure.
Cold feet cause indigestion, liver
troubles and other Ills and should be
carefully guarded against.
To treat a cut finger brush across the
cut with collodion and keep the lips of
the cut together till the collodion dries.
Never ride In an open carriage or
near the open window of a train for a
moment Immediately after exercise of
any kind. It Is dangerous to health and
even to life.
Wet tea leaves, hot or cold, are rec
ommended as a cheap and convenient
remedy for burns. They should be cov
ered with a strip of cotton or linen and
kept on for one or two hours.
In administering smelling salts, am
monia or other stimulants to a fainting
person use precautions against allow
ing any of the strong liquids to drop In
the eyes or to be held too close to the
nostrils or mouth.
Ma'am, we don't allow babies in
"But I'm going to put him In pants
next week." New York Herald.
"Many politicians find It difficult to
be true to themselves and their coun
try at one and the same time," said
Mayor Weaver of Philadelphia. "They
are lu pretty much the position of a
WANTED -GENTLEMAN OR LADY
with good reference, to travel by mil
or with a rig. for a firm of $2.10.000.00
capital; salary $102 per year and ex
pends; salary paid weekly and expense
advanced. Address, with stump. do. A.
Alexander. Astoria. Ore. C-10-It.
BRANCH MANAGERS WANTED; $20
cash weekly; live at home; experience
unnecessary; no canvassing; enclose
sailor who had the picturesque virtue &tamP for pw-tad"- Aluminum Hanger
and falling that sailors are popularly u taaineia. ,umn.
for 15c; nice cuke, coffee, pie, or
doughnuts, 5c, at U. S. Restaur
ant. 431 Bond St
BEST 15 CENT MEAL.
You can always find the best
15-ceut meal in the city at the
Rising Sun Restaurant.
supposed to possess. He was handsome,
devoted and tickle. He liked the girls
and the girls liked him.
"'Jack,' murmured a dark eyed
young woman in the moonlight of a
tropical t ight, 'when shall we be mar
" 'Sweetheart,' sighed the seilor, 'I
promised my wife I would never mar
" 'Ob. Jack,' protested the maiden,
'would you cast me off for the sake of
a promise to a dead woman 7
" 'But (he Isn't dead yet,' explained
the sailor." Woman' Home Compan
WANTED-100 LBS. CLEAN
Address "C," Astorian Office.
WANTED 20 SALESPEOPLE. CALL
at Morse's Dept. Store, Monday.
"So you don't believe in college edu
"No, sir. After graduation I nearly
starved to death practicing law."
"But yon look prosperous now."
"Yes, sir. I went Into vaudeville and
made a fortune balancing a barrel on
my feet while standing on my head."
Detroit Free Press.
SITUATION WANTED AS CASHIER,
bookkeeper or clerk; experienced; best
of references. Address "M." Astorian,
or Phone 2174 Red. 6-10 2t.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST BROWN BEAD PURSE; FIND-
er enquire Astorian Office.
LOST-BROOCH ON' THE 8TH. ON
Franklin avenue, between Clatsop Mill
and Adair school, gold, oval, cameo face.
Return to Astorian office. 610-3t.
Pythian Building, Astoria, Oregon.
Dr. W. C. LOGAN
D EST I SI
Commercial St., Nhannhan Building
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
CHAS. H. ABERCR0MBIE,
General Practitioner. Notary Public.
Room 35-30-I'hone Main 2951.
Page Block. Cor. Commercial 4 12th St,
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
Popular Concert HalL
Good muslo. All are welcome.
nr Strenth and Aator.
meals OF A IX KINDS
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
74 EIGHTH STREET
Set of Skevrera.
A et of metal skewers is an extreme
ty useful thing to have In tbe kitchen.
This little adjunct to tbe cuisine coo
cists of a dozen skewers of graduated
lengths, suspended from a bar which
must be hung on a nail In some con
venient place. Old wooden skewer
saved from former roasts are unsatis
factory, especially when Intended for
mall cuts of meat and fowl. The met
al skewers, being more slender, do not
mutilate the roast, and they are far
easier to extract. Much trouble may
be saved at table In the removal of
kewers of any ort by employing an
extractor, a small apparatus like a can
opener In shape, that grasps the skewer
firmly by means of a hidden knife edge
In a circular opening.
An authority on fine laundering says
that hot water should not be used in
washing fine table linen or embroidered
dollies. Cold water, white soap and
borax, If not a borax soap, should be
used instead. One wonder If all stain
could be removed with cold water, but
the suggestion Is worth passing on.
Certainly every housekeeper has at
times had difficulty In laundering table
Not From RU Standpolut.
Howell I hear that your mother-in-law
Jewett-She Is getting well, if thafi
what you mean, but I don't call it any
Improvement New York Press.
He Slight Be Both.
'You are the heartless agent of a
soulless corporation!" cried the desper
ate youth to whom more credit had
just been refused. LOST SILK UMBRELLA. PEARL AND
"On the contrary," returned the oth ;, initinia T. vv
er as ne caimiy erosseu the desperate . t, . . , r
youth's accountoff the concern's books, ' v " " -
-1 m tnmt tmatpr . RntHmn Wood, at Foard 4 Stokes Co. 6-7-3t,
Sot Ip to Date.
"Mean! Why, he's the meanest man
"What did he do to you'"
"Dunned me by postal."
"Huh, that's uotblng. He sent my
dun by registered letter, and I took it,
opposing my uncle had loosened up.
LOST White bull terrier bitch; one
brown ear; return to rooming house
over Sunnyside saloon or to Al Porter,
Wigwam Saloon; reward. 6-9-2t.
WOODI WOOD! WCOD!
Cord wood, mill wood, box wood, any
land of wood 1 1 lowest price. Kelly,
the transfer man, Tbone 3191 Main,
Barn on Twelfth, opporit open
LEFT ON CALLENDER DOCK THE 23D
of May, a ladies' silk umbrella, with
gold knot handle. Leave at Astorian
office and receive reward. 8-9-3L
FOR RENT HOUSES.
NICE ROOMS AND BOARD FOR GEN-
tlenun and wife or (ingle. Enquire
Astorian Office. 4-25 tf
A Life Study.
less Belle graduated from your
cooking school last year, didn't she?
Jess Yes, but she's going to take a
postgraduate course this spring.
Tess Going back to school, eh?
jess .o. hne's going to marry a
poor young man at Easter. Phi ladel-
$ouu run o-kuum. nuust; I'A.nxkx,
Ht WorV Done. I basement; large atic; corner lot; on
Hewitt-It was piefy stud about Dr. Seventh street, south: alao ttoaA Kindle
ouiiuinuu 11 ueaiu; in; whs oiny UiiriJ - I l,,1wffv tnr tip C 7 Of
- I vrj -- v-i-vv,
Jewett Yes; but in a way his work
was fitilslieil. He had ju.st comple.:-.'
his book telling how $o live to.be u
hundred. Woman's Il'inie Oonipunk-u.
It is a pleasure to note that baseball
is being introduced in England; also
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.
Eagle Concert Hall
320 Astor St.
Th leading amusement house.
P. A. PETERSON, Prop.
Agency for Edison Phonograph and
Gold Moulded Records.
FOR SALE GOOD SECOND-HAND
wagon, a few show cases, and cash
register; a bargain. Hoefler's. 6-9-2t.
WANTED THREE MUSIC PUPILS.
Inquire at Astorian office.
MANDOLIN LESSONS GIVEN-MRS.
O. D. Stewart, 127 Seventh ktreet
Flnert Hotel In th Northwest
The Troy Laundry
The only whit labor laundry In th
oity. Do th bt work at rasonabl
prioe and I In every way worthy of
10th and DUANE 8t Phen 1991.
FREDRECKSON BROS.-We male
specialty of house moving, carpenters,
contractors, general jobbing; prompt at
tention to all orders. Corner Tenth and
New La Tosca
63 ASTOR STREET.
I N. VANCIL & CO,
CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS AND
Furnished Roomi, Day or Night
the Mt and expenses therof.
Tlint the oiixt and expemet of con
Ktrui'tluir mid iiiinrovcmi'iit ilmll b de
frayed by special amemitent upon tlij
lots, land and preniUe hemtfltted by
the same, which mild lot . land and
premium t Ini'ltiilod In the pmdnl
M'iiiPiit dlttrii t Including nil tuts, land
it tut pi milieu so IxMidllU'd to-wll
Lot. A, l. 7 and 8 In block 120; lota 5,
11, 7 and H In block 110; tott 9, (1, 7 and
g In block 11H; bits I, 2, 3 and 4 In block
1.17. and lot I, 2, 3 and 4 In block Kill,
nil In that part of the City of Aitorla,
m laid out and rtfrdid by loliu Mc
Clure and ext-Mtdcd by Cyrm Olney. In
Chilitop County. Nlat of Oregon.
Auditor and Police Judge of the City of
f . ' ,j
Not ire U hereby given that tlm Com
mon Council of tlm City of Atoria ha
dciliiri'd it d-'termination ami intention
to improve (Irsml avenue, front the wet
line of Cli'Vi'iitli Mi eel to the et Hue
of Sixth Mrerl on the eUlilii'd grade
t hereof, it ml to the full width tlirr-of.
Sai'l impioveuietit nlmll be made by
gimliiig mid Htreet to the full width
thi'ieof, mid to the rtiililili'd grade
and by cotmtructlng sidewalk 8 feet
wide on both aides of ald street, and by
tmti'iidiimijflng 1.1 ktreet from curb to
curb, with crimhed rock to the d'ptli'nf
9 niche with the coHtruction of gullet1
on elicit niile of the uliect.
All liMleiSill tlneil nlmll be good, iou
ted or yellow tlr or lumber, nnd the deck
ing on the i'!ciilk nluill Ih two Inch
In nmtii'M t( dft a 1 1 uid Improvement
lmll l i'initriicted aiH'orillng to th
I'liitu iiinl xpecillratloii tlier'for to bo
jnfter ptoided ami geneml nrdinnnre No,
!ol nnd any mutter f coiulriiction and
piepitrcd by the City Surveyor here in
ilutiiiaue fiiiiml mremnry to itiitke the
iiiipiovciiii'iit ufc or iilitiint liil ihI1
! done by Hie coiittni'tor, lielher upeci
lied r nut, without extra clmrg".
The City Surveyor ha ben direried
to iimkc and Hie with liie Auditor and
I'nliie .ltiij;e of the City of Atoiiit, pl;n
and op'Tiiii-ntion for the eonut ruction of
iiil iinprotemciit nnd eitiiiuite. nf the
cot and rrene thereof.
That the rot and expeium of con
ttriictlng ftid Improvement hll be de
frayed by pecUl neiiient upon the
lot. Inml nnd premUe b.-nelltted by the
nme which laid lot, land and piemie
are included in the peclnl nuieminvnt
district Including nil Iota, land and prem
Ue o benefltted to-witi
Ivfit S, 0, 7 and 8 in each of blm k 71.
72, 73. 74 and 75. and lot 1. 2, 3 and 4
in each of block Btl. 87, 88, 81). 00 all in
Unit part of the City of Atoria a laid
out and recorded by John McClure, and
extend'd by Cyru Olney In ClaUop
County, State of Oregon.
Auditor nnd Police Judge of the City of
i I II
4i0 BOND ST.,
ASTORIA, OREGON g
Carrie tbe Fineit Lin of
CALL AND SEE US
DS. RH0DA C. HICKS
Office Manae). Bid. Phone Black 2065
E7S Commercial St., Astoria, Ore. ,
DR. T. L. BALL,
524 Commercial St Astoria Oreson.
Notice in hereby given that the Com
mon Council of the City of Astoria hu
declared its determination and intention
to improve Kensington avenue, from a
point 10 feet eitst of the center line of
Eighth street to the west line of Eleventh
street, excepting the south half of the
street between Eighth and Ninth streets.
Said improvement shall be made by grad
ing said street to the established grade
to the width of 25 feet through the cen
In maters of detail said improve
ment shall be constructed according to
the plans and specifications therefor to
be prepared by the City Surveyor as
hereinafter; provided and general ordi
nance No. 1001 and any mattor of con
struction and drainage found necessary
to make thu improvement safe or sub
stantial shall be done by the contractor
whether specified or not, without extra
The City Surveyor has been directed
to make and file with the Auditor and
rolice Judge of the City of Astoria plans
and specifications for the construction
of said improvement and estimates of
N'otiie i hereby given tluit the Com
mon Council of tlm City ol A'torla hit
declared it determination nnd Intention
to impKie Eleventh tre t from t lie south
line of Franklin avenue to the north line
of Ilnrrlon avenue. Said Improvement
liall be made by grading wild street to
the ffttuhlislii'd grade with a sub grade
of II inches below the rtahlihed giade,
with a 12 inch crown from curb to curb,
and by constructing cement sidewalk
on both side of the street, five feet In
width, with a fl-lnch cement curb, and
that a two-foot park space between tin
property lino and the outer edge of the
sidewalks, and with a park space of
three feet between the inner edge of
the sidewalk and the Inner edge of the
curb, and by filling in and mncadaminz
said street from gutter to gutter with
crushed rock to the depth of 0 Inches,
with n 12-inch crown In the center.
In matters of detail snid Improvement
shall be constructed according to the
plans ond epeciflcatinn therefor to be
prepared by the Citp Surveyor ns here
intnfter provided and general ordinance
No. 1001 and any mnttcr of construction
nnd drainage found necessary to make
the improvement safe or substantial shall
be done by the contractor whether
specified or not, without extra charge.
The City Surveyor hns been directed
to make nnd file with the Auditor nnd
Police Judge of the City of Astoria,
plans ii nd specifications for the construc
tion of snid improvement and estimates
of the costs and expenses thereof.
That the costs., and expenses of con
structing said improvement shall be de
frayed by special assessment upon the
lots, hinds nnd premises benefitted by
the snme which said lots, hinds nnd
premise arc included in the spcclnl a
segment district including nil lot,
lands and remises so benefitted to-wit i
Lots 1, 2, 3, 12, n nnd 14, nnd W. 1-2
of lot 4, and W. 1-2 of lot 11 all in
block 70; lots 1 2, 3, 12, 13, 14, W. 1-2
of lot 4. and W. 1-2 of lot 11 In block 01 ;
lots 3, 4, 5 nnd 0 in block 71, and lot
3, 4, 5 and 0 In block 00, all In that part
of the City of Astoria, a laid out and
recorded by John McClure and extended
by Cyrus Olney, in Clatsop County, State
Auditor and Police Judge of the City of