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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 25, 1907)
FRIDAY, JANUARY 2B, 1007.
THE MORNING ASTOIUAN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
Latest Quotations In the Portland
Complete Market Reporti Corrected
Each Day, Giving the Wholetale
Prlott of Commodities, Farm Pro
duo and Veglablts.
I'OUTLAND, Jim. Sf-I'olulo d.ml
ra mi o quite nollvi) In picking up
choice lulu mill lint iimiki't In Kinwliiu
mroimnr rivery dity, 8lilpplni( bualtifias
In un blink UN poinellihi iiiiiII' Irnim-
liorlutloii furllltles, uik tho reports
from l ho H'Hilli continue to ntirurt
fiivomlil.i ittlenllou of luciil dealers,
Onion ur moving fitlrly well,
pntlully for first griide. ( tiouwlt tnere
emmm In be too iiiiiny cilT-xniili) of
fered, which fuel knepa tho price down.
Klrnl-clus onions urn In irntiy good
diiinand, both hero ami Hmitli, utid
rciudlly In title lirur the l. 25 per suck
ICkkn nrt it III on Uici tobc-Kunn, top
iiiotit(lun today being 32 V, with mom
LI nine quoting J2i,
. Qraln, Flour and Faed.
WheatWalla Wiillit fitfy 67c; valley
66U67c; bliie-Mem, (lKy9o; red, tiU
Onta-White, $25.50 2; gray, $24
25. Flour--Hard wheal (intent, 3.l0;
straight, 13 35, Kiiilmiii, $3. DO; rye, 15;
whole when! Hour, $3.76; Valley flour,
$J 4uy $3.05, Ihikotu, $f..30tj 5.60. Ku-t-rn
rye, $5.40; l'lllsbury, $6.20; Cor
Com Whole. $2027; cracked, $27
028 per ton.
Hurley-Urewliiir, $2223.60; fowl,
12 111 ; 21.60; rolled, $22t2J.
Hye $1.40 per cwt.
Hay Valley, timothy, $13014; east
ern Oregon, $16I6; clover, $77.60;
cheat, $"7.6o; nlfulfa, $11.50; grnln
hay, $7; vetch, $7.50(U.
Ilui'kwheut$36 per ton.
Mllletuffa-Mlddlliigs, $25,00; chop,
$15; bran, $16.00; shorts, $18.00.
Cerenl Food - Hulled Oata, rreitm,
90-Jb sacks, $7,00; lower grade, $5.50Sf
6 50; oat meat, to I cut, 45-lb Hacks.
$8.00 per hll.; 9-tl) aark", $4.25 per
bale; oat inanl (ground), 45-lb eae-ks,
17.60 per bbl.; 9-ITj aat-k $4 per bale:
split pene, $4.25 per lOOlh sucks; 25-Ib
boxes, $1.25; pearl hurley, $1.00 pr 100
ftia; 25-Tb boxes, $i,2S per box; piwtry
flour, 10-It nuckN, $2.30 per bbl.
Grain bug-Foreign a-nd dmnottlc.
Tropli'nl fruits--Iliiminn, 5c per lb.;
plno apple, $l.5i)'(i 5.50 per dim.; lem
on, $4.6O$f5.60 box: orunicea, $3.2Hf
3.75; grape fruit, J4T.0 crate; llmea,
75riJl.26 per 100; Malaga grapes, 7.f,0-
8.0(1 bid; pomegrnnltes, $3.60 box;
tniiKi I'lni'N, $100 box.
I inmost lc fruits -Apple's, common,
85cyi,oo; fumy, $l.n2.fi0 box; Uidy
apple, ll.2Hn.75 box; grnpe, $.60ff
12 crato; pear, $!'(.( 1.75 box; grnpes.
$1.5of2.00 cral"; pi.nr. $2.00 box;
huckleberries, 10ifl2e pound; cran
berries. $I0yll bbl; persimmons, $1.60
A. M. P. M.
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h.m. ft. h.m. ft.
,. 1 2:16 7.0 1:81 8.6
. 2 2:62 7.1 2:06 8.6
.. 31 3:2r 7.3 2:46 8.S
. 4 4:01 7.5 8:30 7.9
. 5 4:42 7.7 4:21 7.3
. 6 5:27 7.9 5:23 6.8
, 7 6:15 8.0 6:37 6.4
. 8 7:10 8.2 7:69 6.1
.10 9:12 8.9 10:32 6.4
. 9 8:12 8.6 9:21 6.1
.11 10:08 9.8 11:85 6.8
.12 11:00 9.7
.13 0:27 7.1
.18 11:60 9.9
,.14 1:15 7.6 12:40 10.0
.15 2:00 7.8 1:28 9.S
.16 2:43 8.0 2:15 9.4
.17 8:28 8.1 3:03 8.9
.18 4:14 8.1 8:66 8.1
.19 4:16 8.2 4:48 7.4
.20 5:40 8.1 6:61 6.7
.21 6:31 8.0 7:03 6.2
.22 7:25 7.9 8:23 6.9
.23 8:20 7.9 9:40 B.9
.24 9:13 8.0 10:42 6.1
,.25 10:05 8.2 11:33 6.4
.26 10:48 8.4
.27 0:16 6.7
.27 11:28 8.6
.28 0:50 8.7 12:05 8.8
.29 1:22 7.2 12:41 8.9
,.30 1:64 7.5 1:17 8.8
.31 2:25 7.7 1:55 8.8
Astoria & Columbia R. River R. Co
Effective Sunday, September
'&7 i6.",:to. -a.
pm a. ni
. 8.10 9.10
a.m. p.m a-m
S.1H 5.50 11.40 11.86
Asr .1011-M U.68
') 6.11 12.05 11.65
.&5 6.89 '
9.26 7.20 1X80
.in p.m p-m p.m
Ar ASTORIA Lv.
- Lv. ASTORf Ar.
Ar. WARHRNTON Lv:
Ar. KT. HTKVKNS Lv.
Lv FT.'HTKVICNH Ar
v, WARRRNTON Ar,
Ar. 8KA81DK Lv.
Potatoes In country, $1.10 por cwti
wool potatoes, 2fl3 ci'iil.
CiibbiiKo I-b; 1 8-4ti2c; cnulKlowor,
$2,5042.76 per crato; prlty, 25 per
l doxen; hot h"uo lettucn, $1.60 per box;
Iieitil, 400 do.en; Nplnarh, !ci fx: lb;
' nrtlchokiin, 76c 1.25 per dozen; poiia,
14 lb; Hiirllc, 7 4' 9c lb.; red pnptiora,
dry, 20'it26! I1! celery, OfiHrm dozen;
"HK philit, $1.60 crate; rikia, $1.75 box;
Nproul, Kn Iti,
Tnlnaloe- $1,751('2 box; Hubbard
Hitnili, UV cent ttj.
(MiJiinw H.V; mid $1.
Turnip-l'er Niu k, 90t:iH $1.00; car
rot, 75c 1.00. IwelN, $1.25; radlMio,
12 1-3 and 15c doxen bunche; horo
ntillHli, 7 ',4 8c lb.
Frth Mt and Fiih,
l'reh inenta Vuul, inodlum, 75 to
100 lb., 8 1-24J) 9c; 10 to 160 lb 7-1-241
8c; 160 to 200 ll 64(6 1-2 c;
200 It. und over 64iSc; pork, 847
(lie; heavle, 74 8e; beef bull, 241
3 8-4i:; cowa, 64V6'c; aleer. 647c;
mutton, medium alxe, 84(8Hc; largo,
64f7 c; prlMK lumlm, 94 10c.
rUh-llullbut, 3c; black cod, 7c;
black bu, per It)., 18c; trlped ba,
13c; herrlnif, 6c; flounder, 5c; tit! Hah,
0c; ahrlmp, 10c; perch, 6c; aturKn,
11c;' aeu trout, 18v; Nllvernl lua, 8c;
felhend, 10c; tomcod. 7e; l()olta,
Oyatera Hlmnlwiiter Hoy, per K"l.,
$2; per a k, $4 00; Toke I'olnt, $1.60
per 100; Olyinpla, (120 tbi.) $5;
Olympla, per Kallon, $2,
C'lnma Hnrdahi'll, per box, $2; ni
xor cliim. $2 per box.
Produce ld UimHlerK, 94 10c; hen
and prlim, 1411 15c; dr"ed, 154M4
c; duck, 134114c; turkey, 17ii Ihc;
dreed, 20421c; fancy, 2U22 l-2c;
Kee, live, 104 11c; dreed, 124 13c;
pigeon, per doxmi, $1,004 1.25;
l"KKa-(reKon Ranch, 32 1-24 35c;
Kuiitern, (few In utock).
HutterOuntry creamery, 81432c;
city creamery, 35e; atore, 16 1-24117
cent; gutter fat. 33 1-i cent.
Chce Youiik America, 164J16 1-2
cent; Oregon full crenin, flat, 154?
15 1-2 cent.
Honey Dark. 10 l-2ffllc; amber,
12'i13c; fancy white, 14$ 15c.
Groccnea and riovlatooa.
NuU Walnuta, No. 1. toft .hell 17c;
No. 1 hard ahelL 16V Cldle, lie; almond.
lilHe; MlberU, 16c; Hrill. Ifle; pe
can", 133 15c; hickory, He; Virginia p a
niitu, flcj Jumtto V'iflnU nuta, Re;
Inpanene peanuta. Si ; chelnuU. Italian,
14c; eocoinuU, doter, RSCa;00c.
(ViffeMoeha 24i!Hc; .Java, fancy,
2fir-,32c Java, good. 20ftS24e; Java, or
dinary, 17(2(cj CWi Itlea, fancy, 18(9
2)c; l'oU Rica, good. 20tMk; Ar-luirkl-a,
lfla per lb; (.ion, I4jc per lb;
Odumbia coffee, 14c; Salvador, 11JW
I'rovlNlona Hum, to aire, I4jc; ham,
picnic? 10e; bacon, regular. !Hle; bacon,
fnney hreikft 20ci dry nalt i-ide. llje;
lck dry aJt 11 l-4o.
Halt Hale of 75 2, bite, (1 W; tail
of IS"-.!, bale, fl 00; bales of 40-4. bale.
$1.(111 j bale ol 15-10. bale, 11.00; Imt
!0e; fine, ton, $i2.00j baipc. 50 lb, genu
ine l.tverponl, ton, (18.00; bngt, 60 Ilia,
i rrouinl, KHI. ton. $0.00; R. S. V. P,
20 8-lb carton, t2.25; R. 8. V. P 24 3 lb
w Water. A. M. P. M.
Date. h.m.ft. h.m. ft.
TiTedny 1 7:55 sT58:25-0.6
Wednesday ... 2 8:27 8.8 9:00 -0.4
Thursday 8 9:05 8.2 9.33 -0-1
Friday 4 9:51 3.1 10:10 0.8
Saturday 5 10:SS 2.9 10:50 0.8
SUNDAV 6 11:33 2.6 11:87 1.4
Monday 7 12:40 2.8
Tuesday 8 0:35 2.6 1:65 1.8
Wednesday ... 9 1:89 2.4 8:11 1.1
Thursdny 10 2:47 2.8 4:18 0.2
Friday 11 3:65 8.0 6:17 -0.6
Saturday 12 4:59 3.0 6:08 -1.8
SUNDAY 13 6:57 2.8 8:67 -1.7
Monday 14 6:60 2.6 7:41 -1.8
Tuesday 16 7.40 2.6 8:25 -1.7
Wednesdny . ..16 8:81 2.4 9:10 -1.8
Thursday 17 9:22 2.3 9:60 -0.6
Friday 1810:18 2.210:3 0.1
Saturday 19 11:11 2.2 11:17 0.9
SUNDAY 20 12:11 2.1
Monday 21 0:03 1.6 1:17 2.0
Tuesday 22 1:01 2.8 2:29 1.8
Wednesday .. .23 2:05 2.9 3:36 1.4
Thursday 24 3:11 3.3 4:81 0.9
Friday 26 4:11 8.6 6:17 0.4
Saturday 26 6:04 8.5 6:58 -0.1
SUNDAY 27 6:50 3.5 6:32 10.4
Monday 28 6:30 3.8 7:05 -0.7
Tuesday 29 7:04 8.1 7:86 -0.7
Wednesday . ..30 7:88 2.9 8:05 -0.6
TThursday .. ..81 8:15 2.6 8:37 0.3
0. 1000-Paclflo Time.
carton, $1.70) Liverpool lump, ton,
Oliva oil California- .per gallon, $2.78
quarta, per ca, down, $7.28 plnU, 2
doci-n, $H.80 i-plnta 4 doxen, $0.
('aimed nalmon Co;unibi River, l-lli
tall, l.Hfl; 2 lb tH, flMi fancy, l ib
flat, $2.(H) i lb fancy flnU, $1 28; fancy
l ib ovala, $2.78; Alaska tall, pink, 00c;
rnl, $1.48; nominal, 2, Ull, $2.(K),
('4tr(xil f(K)d RolW oata cream, W)-Ib
lack, 17.00; lower irrade, $5.80(6.80)
oiitmeal, steel out, 80-lb aitrk, $B bait)
10-lb aacko. $4.23 pec bale; oatmeal
(ground), 80-lb sack. $7.80 mt ble 10
lb aacka, $1 er bale; split pea, $4,60
per I IK)-lb ick 28-lb boxea, $1.28; pearl
barley, $4.78 per 100 lb 28-lb boxes,
$1.28 per box; paltry flour, 10-lb sacks,
$2.80 per bale.
Itice Imperial Japan. No. 1. $5.96)
Southern, Japan, 6Jcj broken, 41c; head,
fancy, 7o; head, choice, a
Oil, Lead, Eta.
Ccwl oil Pearl and astral oil, caset,
I lie per ration ; water whiU oil, Iron
barrel, I3C) wood barrel, lOJc; eocen
oil, osaea, 2lcj e4itina olL caNoa, 27iu)
extra star, case, ll'lc; Lead light oil
we 21c; iron barrel", 161c,
Ilenzlne Hlxtytlirea dejrree. cae.
20ej Iron barrela, 16e.
Ttiqientln -in cam, Hoe; in wood
barrel, H.'lc; in iron barrela, 70c; in 10
r4i lota. Hoc
Univeed oil Raw. 8-lia.rrel lota. 47cj 1
harrel lota, 48c; In oea, 63c Roiled, 6
barrel loU, 40c; 1 barrel lot 60c j to
(iaaoline Htove goiine. ', Ute;
iron barrela. 10c; HO dene (ratollne,
canes, 33c; Iron barrel or druma, 27c;
72 deifr. e rw, 2fllc; iron lrrel 20c;
n;in diiitil'ate, irorl barrel, Be
fhreion grap rooty-Per PX) IU, $3d,4.
lb enwax flood, clean and pure, 21
24a per lb.
Hope-Pure Manila, 14fc; atandard,
l.tjc; SiMil, 11c; Me brand Sisal. 10c
Mohair Choice, 28.'t0o,
Wire nails present bae at $2.$0.
gray or mixed. 25ft 30c; duck, white, 15
(t20c; duck mixed, 12tl8e.
Feather ficeae, white, 38 1?? 40c; geese,
Wool Valley 2228c; F.aten Ore-
gon, 18(;22c aa to shrinkage.
Cancara aagrada (Chlttlm bark) 2)
Hops Choice, 1008, ilftl2ej prime,
mh strictly pur whit ld and red
lead Iti ton lota, 7l; 500-lb lota, 8c; lea
than 000 lbs, 81c
STOP PENSION AGENCIES.
Payment Will Hereaftar Be Central
ized in Washington.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 24. The
Iloun- today voted to nbollnh nil pen
hIoii iiKi-ncle tlirouKhout tho country,
and to centrallxu the payment of pen
sion In the city of ashlnglon. Thl
ocili'ii wan taken on the Pension Ap
propriation bill after a spirited opposi
tion l,y tlinn, having peiiHion nrenclcs
In their states. The pension appro
priation bill currying in round num
bers $13K,noo.Om), was pa-wd. A nies-
itngo from the President relative to i
Insurance was n-ad and at 2:30 p. m., i
mil of respect t the memory of the i
lato Senator Alger the Houso ud-
JF.ITKUSON CITY, Mo., Jan, 24.
Tho Houso of Representatives today
passed an untl-lubby bill similar to
the New York statute.
FROM THE ANTILLES.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Bene
fit a City Councilman at King
Mr. W. O'Reilly Fogarty, who is a
member of the City Council at King
ston, Jamaica, West Indies, writes aa
follows: "One bottle of Chamberlaln'a
Cough Remedy had good effect on a
cough that was giving me trouble and
I think I should have been more
Quickly relieved if I had continued the
remedy. That it was beneficial and
quick in relieving me there is no
doubt and it Is my intention to ob
tain another bottle." For sale by
Frank Hart, and leading druggists.
DR. C- GQ 1
V Who li known
throufhout the United
3 Stale os aoeouDt of
hi wonderful cures.
No poisons nor drugs used. He guaran
tees to cure catarrh, asthma, lung and
throat trouble, rheumatism, nervousness,
stomach, liver, and kidney, female com
plaints and all chronic diseases,
SUCCESSFUL HOME TREATMENT.
, If you oannot call write for symptom
blank and circular, inclosing 4 cents in
THE C. GEE WO MEDICINE CO.
1621 First St. Corner Morrison,
Please mention the Astoriaa
8UPPRE88 POOL ROOMS.
Montana Legislature Passes Dranlio
BUTTE, Jan, 24. A Helena cllspalch
to the Mln-r stules that two very dni
tic: nnil-Kumllliig nrid untl-jol rooir
ni"iisurc-n have been Introduced In the.
IcglHluluic respi-ctlvely by Senator
McliCiiri of Hunter nrid Ki-presentn-tlvo
Marshal of MImmouWi. L'ndcr the
provisions of tin, fiiitl-gainbllrig bill,
any person conducting a place t
gambling Is liable, to a flriq of from
$100 to tlO'iO; it binco Kame Is a fclory
punishable by live years In the poril
tenilitry. All gambllriK dt:vic:-s nre
constituted public: nulsancc-s,
Tho nnt I pool room measure will ef
fectively suppress ull pool rooms in
ih.; state, If enacted Into n law It Is
believed. The bill provide that no
pool selling be allowed except on II
censod racetracks ami that no llcc-nso
cam bo issued except bi lwi-eri Novem
ber 1, and June 1, of the following
year; and of a, building wherein a pool
room Is conducted Is liable, Any one
losing money In a pool room, can re
cover the amount In court.
FOR FUEL FAMINE.
Twenty Five Car of Coal Sent to
CHICAGO, Jan. 21. Arrangements
are being made to send twenty live c r
thirty carloads of coal direct to Reno,
N'ev. The train will be sent over the
Illinois Ce ntral to Omaha and tho Un
ion and Southern Pacifies from there
Dr. J. A. Stubbs, president of the
University jf Nevada- and Brother of
J. C. Stubbs, traffic director of the
Harrlinan lines, arrived in Chicago
Tuesday on a commission from the
citizens committee from Reno to pur
chase a quantity of coal. He first
tried to get the coal from In Ogden
from .the Railroad Company, but found
that engines were running light of coal
and he then came on to Chicago.
Here he found the dealers had raid
ed prices on account of the fuel fam
ine and yesterday he was In communi
cation with tho owners of sev?ral min
es In tho state. The car will be sent
to the mine, where tho coal Is being
bought and the run to Nevada started
UNDER THE HUDSON.
Manhattan to New Jersey in Three
Minute by Car.
NHW YORK, Jan. 24. It was learn
ed yesterday that tho trains will , be
running under the Hudson river by
September 1 of this year. The Hud
son and Manhattan Railway Company,
which Is to operate the MeAd "o Tube
System under the North River, from
Hobokcyn, N. J., to Morton Street, Man
hattan, made the announcement. The
FOR YOUR REAL, ESTATE OR BUSINESS
I CAN GET IT
No Matter What Your Property is Worth, or in what Town, City or State it is located
1 '1X1 1 sJ
I can assure you I am not going ou
that I have sold twice as many properties as I did the past year, but
more properties. I want to UitYOURS and SELL it. It doesn't matter whether you have a farm, a horn
wltnout any land, or a Dusiness; it
out the blank letter of inquiry belowand mall it to me today, I will tell
vert the property into cash and will give you my complete plan
and terms for handling it. The Information I will give you will be of grat
not to sell. You had better write today
If you want to buy any kind of
quirements. I will guarantee, to fill
David B. Taff, the
If You Want to Sell Fill In, Cut Out
Please send, without cost to me, a plan
buyer for my property which consist!
Following is a brief description
Lowest cash price.
time to Now Jersey Is to be three min
ute. It Is predicted that within a
year Mfter all the tunnels now bulng
built iru In full working order the
ferry boats now In use on the river will
be devoted almost entirely to truck
age and freight. Thrf terminal faclll-
ties will b such as to reduce, conges
tion to a minimum and tho cars will be
(Ire proof and will have posts to which
standing passenger can cling Instead
of straps. They will have doors at
each ond and on till sides, all of which
will bn operated by compressed air.
USE CHURCH PROPERTY.
PARIH, Jan, 24. A decree publish
ed !n the Journal Official, announces
the turning over of the palace of Car
dinal Richard, Aichblnhop of Paris, to
the mlMsfry of labor.
Face and Feet Covered Rest
Broken and Would Cry Until Tired
Out -"Cradle Cap" Added to
Baby's Torture Tries Cuticura
Soap and Cuticura Ointment.
AND SPEEDY CURE
"Mv baby was about nino montha
old when sh had rash on her face and
feet. Her feet soenwd to irritato her
cause her to be
broken of her rest,
and sometimes she
would cry until she
was tired out. I had
always used Cuti
cura Soap myself,
and had heard of so
many cures by the
that I thought I
would give them a
trial. The improve
ment was noticeable
in a few hours, and before I had used
one box of theCuticura Ointment herfejet
were well and have never troubled her
since. I also used it to remove what
Is known as "cradle cap" from her
head, and it worked like a charm as it
clcmnsed and healed the scalp at the same
time. Now I keep Cuticura Ointment
on hand in case of any little rash or
insect bites, as it takes out the inflam
mation at once. Perhaps this may be
the means of helping other suffering
babies. Mrs. Hattie Currier, Thomas
ton, Me., June 0, 1906."
(Consisting of Cuticura Soap
Ointment and Pills.
A single set is often sufficient to cure
the most torturing, disfiguring, itching,
. Burning, and scaly humors, eczemas,
1 rashes, and irritations, with loss of
1 hair, from infancy to age, when all
, other remedies and even the best physi-
t cians fail. Guaranteed absolutely pure.
I Complete External and Internal Treatment for
Every Humor of IntsntR. Children, anil Ailulu eon
i stsu ol Cuilciira ijap c25c ) lo Cle-anse the Skin,
CutlcuraOminwnt Ctlc.) to Ural lhe-Skm,and Culi
! fura P.i-solve-nt 50c.), (In the form cjt C'hoe-olata
CoMmI fills. rvtal ol 00 1 tt Purity the Wood.
Sold Uirouk'hout the world. Potter Drug & Clitmi.
Corp.. Sole Props.. Hoston, Man.
a- Mailed Erue. Uow to Cure tjlun and Scalp.
A MTf.A GJU
If I did not have the ability and facilities to sell your property, I certain
ly could not afford to pay for this advertisement. This "ad," (like all my
uiuec au.- j is jji aeiiuuuy sure io
properiies, and I am Just as sure to
money in commission to pay for the
profit besides. That is why I have so
Why not put your property among
result of these "ads"?
I will not only be able to sell it
quickly. I am a specialist In quick
up-to-date equipment, I have branch
field force of men to find buyers.
I do not handle all lines usual!?
agents. I MUST SELL real estate
of business. On the contrary, I expect to find at the close of the year
aoesn t matter wnat It is worth, cr
FREE OF CHARGE
before you forget it.
a Farm, House or Business, in any
them promptly and satisfactorily.
and Mail Today.
for finding a cash
If You Want to
I desire to buy
of the following specifications: Town or City:
Price between $.... and$ I Will pay
...down and balance.
will buy one of the best dairy farms
In this section of the country, well lo
cated, modcrnly Improved and payln?
now about $2,500 a year net prol'n.
Por sale for a limited time only. Term
will buy one of the best located, most
preeminent cigar atores In Astoria.
Store paying handsomely. Good rea
sons for selling. If you want to tak
advantage of this chance you'll hav
We have for sale today only 800
acres of timber that will run 60,000
feet to the acre. On railroad anl
near tide water. $37,500 cash. The r.
N. Clark Company.
will buy a piece of property that will
tiring big returns In 90 days. Will take
$10,000 cash to e winy. Balance easy
terms. A good chance for some man
or company to make a big lump of
money. Today only. The F. N, Clark
One of the best located and estab
lished confectionery, fruit, cigar and
tobacco stands in Astoria. A change
for a man with a small capital who
wants to get Into business for himself.
Worth looking into. Paying well. For
further particulars see
One of the best established phot -graph
galleries in Astoria; very prom
inent location. Object for selling, must
leave Astoria. A snap that won't
hang long. Come at once.
THE F. N. CLARK COMPANY
Realestate and Investments.
SONS of HERMANN
FOARD 3 STOKES HALL
piace on my list a numoer or new
sell these properties and make enough
cost of these "ads" and make a good
large a real estate business today.
the number that will be sold as a
some time but will be able to sell it
sales. I have the most complete and
offices throughout the country and a
carried by the ordinary real estate
and lots of it or go out of business.
Jtwill first be necessary for me to "lisi"
where it is located. If you will till
you how and why I can quickly con
value to you, even if you should decide
part of the country, tell me your re
Buy Fill in, Cut Out and Mail Today.
property corresponJinj approximately