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SATURDAY, JUNE id, Idojf.
nome-tanmng a rieasure wun ine
TIIE MORNING ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
WASTED-A SALESLADY WHO
sptaki the Finnish language. Simlng
ton Drygood Company. -28-tf.
WANTED POSITION A8 GASOLINE
engineer or pilot to Puget Sound end
Alaska? 12 years' experience j call, phone
write. T. J. Wathey, Occident Hotel.
WANTED HELP, 1153 to $1-50 PER
K steady position to right party to
lut of August. Apply to Mr. M. E.
Hawks, aresemeKer, aiv uuan iiro.
Call early. u
V ANTED SALESMEN. If ANT MAKE
1W to 180 pw moat. Soeae em
mat. Stock eleui grow o Br
ectkw, far fro oM orchrda. Oaa
adTanoed weekly. Choloe V territory.
Addr Washington Nureerj Ctepeny,
Toppeniah, Washington.'' ; Wtf
WANTED TO RENT 3 OR 4 FURN
bhed room for housekeeping. AJ
dreu "K," Astoriarf.
FOR SALE A RESTAURANT DOING
good business for sale cheapi also
location; selling on account of leaving
the city. Enquire Toke Point, 112
Eleventh street. 6-27-tf.
HOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that bills against the Fourth of July
Committee will not be honored unless
accompanied by properly sigW requisi
tions. FOURTH OF JULY COMMITTEE.
THE GREEK DIVER,
saa lust receired a new dlrlnf ma
chine from the old country. Dive
from SS to SO fathom In shallow water
tare down half a day at a time. Leave
rdenr at 417 Bond Bt Market, or D.
BUTTON FOLK AT TRY BACK.
Your experience with it hat to doubt
kad to ranch vexation, possibly pro
fanity. Broke your fingernail trying to
pry it up from the neck -band. At
Yon wont have that that experience If
yon send your ahirte to us; we save yon
this trouble, and danger of tearing the
shirt Try ns and see, ,
Tenth and Dnane St. Phone 1901
NOTICE OF BIDS TO PAINT A
school house in District 18, one coat,
outside wallks 24x40 and 14 feet high;
-while lead and oil to be used; work to
be finished by July 30th; bids must be
all in by July 12th. The school hoard
reserves, the right to reject any and all
bids. Peter Gullickson, clerk. Fern
Hill, Oregon. -28-7t
Columbia Drag Co.
Dr. Charles C. C Rosenberg
(Successors to Dr. Linton's Drug Co.)
rPTTTinporsnv RRO& We man
specialty of house moTtng, carpenter,
contractor, general Jobbing) prompt in
tention U all orders. Corner Tenth and
Ooan. .; w
f OR SALE.
DX, IE0DA C HICEJ
Offlce Mansek Bid. Pbon Black MM
171 Commercial St, Aatorte, Ore.
Kfvrtnv xiYttCK IS HEREBY GIVEN
..W - . ., ,!
that the. undersigned, Aston auonai
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Prescriptions carefully compounded.
Dr. Rosenberg will give consultations
and examinations free.
185 Eleventh Street
Telephone Main 1171. - Astoria, Ore.
JAPANESE FIXINGS, MADE OF BAM
BOO, LIGHT, STRONG, HAND
MADE, TABLES, STANDS, CHAIRS,
WHAT-NOTS "OKCASES, SHELV
I2S Commercial 6t, Astoria.
PageBdg. Room 37.
HOWARD M. mOWNILL,
OAs with Mr. J. A. Eakln, at Ne. 4M
v Cewwnerelal tt, Aateeia,
Pyhln Building, Astoria, Oregon.
Bank of Astoria, Ore, will offer tor TOTTvr r XfrPTTT?
.-4 ii .t auction to the hteaeetUvJiiJN U MCvUli.
bidder for cash in hand at time nf aal ATTORNBYATLaW.
SKl Deputy District Attorney
July 2nd, ft t hour 01 1U ocioca a. m.
of said day, 210 shares of the capital
stock of the Odd Fellows' Land Build
ing Association, being certificate num
bered 8 for tea shares i certificate num
bered 133 for four share certificate
numbered 13d for fir shares: certifi
cate numbered 157 for five hares; cer
tificate numbered 159 for twelve snares;
certificate numbered 221 for three
shares: eerUfioate. numbered 22S for one
there; certificate numbered 244 for sev
enteen shares; certificate numbered mo
for 23 shares; certificate numbered 268
for twentv shares : certificate numbered
273 for twenty shares; certificate num
bered 275 for forty shares; certificate
numbered 298 for twentv shares; certifi
cate numbered 209 for twenty-six shares,
and certificate numbered 304 lor tour
shares, or sufficient thereof to satisfy
a certain nromissorv note bearing date
of march 25th, 1904, executed by John
Hahn for the sum of xoow.w wtta in
terest thereon at the rate of seven per
cent per annum from date until paid,
on which there baa been paid interest o
September 26th, 1904, leaving due and
unpaid thereon the sum of 15000.00
with interest thereon at the rate of
seven per cent per annum from the 25th
day of September, 1904, until paid. Said
sale is made pursuant to a written eon
tract and authority executed by said
John Hahn authorizing the undersigned
to sell shares of stock or sufficient
thereof to satisfy said note bearing date
March ssth, 1WH.
Dated at Astoria, Oregon, this 20th
day of June, 1907.
J. E. EGG INS, Cashier.
DR. & i I
V Who is know
throughout the United
4&Jfirtiu mm uMDtl si
foiiffohit wonderful cures
No poisons nor drugs used. He guaran
tee to ear catarrh, asthma, lung and
throat trouble, rheumatism, nervousness,
stomach, liver, and kidney, female eon
plaints and all chronle disease.
SUCCESSFUL HOME TREATMENT.
If yon eannot call write for symptom
blank and circular, inclosing 4 eente in
THE C. GEX WO MEDICINE CO.
1821 First St. Corner Morrison,
Please mention the Astortan
Finest Hotel In the Northwest
f' J Prw..U Co.u.lo..
V t.s.i. 2. r
I'm B1k ti tot onoatoral
Irritation, or ulurtiioni
of miiRoa. meruDranef.
PainteM, and not utrln
g.nt or poinoQoul. ' i
Sold by Drncgl.lt,
or Mnt fu plain wrappM,
hr exprpa. pr.paid. if"
SI. 00. or lwttl-.2.74.
Circular icjt oa rwuwtl
Undertakers and Embalmers.
Experienced Lady Assistant
Dr. W. O. LOGAN
'Oommeraal St. Shanaban Bnild
VAUDEVILLE AT THE LOUVRE
And Vaudeville that really
Amuses and Interests you.
Weekly Changes of Pro
gram and Each Change an
SPECIALTIES THIS WEEK
CUBA DE SCIIOX
The Stellar Artiste
High Soprano And
Illustrated Song Singer.
MA It IE WANDKUTH
Flute Soliat Mistress of all Lady Melodist
LINDBECK A WIRKKALA Prope.
' 531 Bond Street
Opposite Ross, Higgins & Co
Calls Promptly Attended Day
Patton Bdg. 12th and DiiuneSts
Phone Main 21 11
WINES. LIQUORS AND CIGAI.
The Owl Concert Hall
Formerly the LaTosca
Coffee with Pie or Cake 10c
List of King's Birthday Honors
to be Conferred.
FOUR NEW PEERS NAMED
The List It Unusually Interesting This
Year Because of the Recognition Ac
corded Art, Science and Literature
Rtwardi of Political or Civil Sercicet
LONDON. Jun 2.-The Ht of the
Kins' birthday honors that uaually
are eonirrred ae a reward of political
and civil service is more interesting
than uual this year, because of the rec
ognition accorded H, science and liter
ature. Four new peer bve been named
by the Kinjf-Slr James Kibben, the for.
incr Lord Mayor of Loudon, Sir James
Myth, who has devoted his wealth to
the campaign against tubercuUwisi Sir
Samuel Montague aud Alexander IVk-
over, the two Inter being banker.
The new haronete include Sir H.
Holland, of Mancheter, Cotton spinner)
Sir Charles Scotter, Chairman of the
London & Southwestern railway and
Sir William P. Treloar, lord mayor of
More than 30 knighthood have been
beetowed, the recipient of this honor,
Including WHUm R. Gremer, M. P., the
(wace advocates Ir, ,lame Donldon,
principal of St. Andrews University t
Nathaniel Dunlop, chairman of the Allan
Steamohlp Line; V. S. Gilbert, the
playwright, ami P(vfetir Hubert von
Herkomcr, and V. . Orchardwn, the
artists and Professor John Ithy, of Ox
ford, who repn-eented that university
at the recent peace conference In New
Amoiiji the promotion to the various
order of the Hath. St. Michaels and St.
Georjre, et., are the following: Profes
sor Edward Ray Lanketton, Sir William
Macflregor, governor of New Koumlland,
Sydney Olivier, governor of Jamaica;
Charles Fitipatrick, chief justice of
Canada! Captain Tt. H. An-truther, wn
lor naval officer in New Fonndland wa
ters, and President Sbaughnesy of this
Canadian Pacifle Knilway.
The ouly jar that actually icali. Absolutely Air-
tlsrbt, No Rubber Ring, Wide Mouth, Sanitary
No Other Jar
SO SURE TO SEAL
SO EASY TO FILL
, S0 EASY TO OPEN
SO EASY TO CLEANSE i
SO SANITARY AND
PRESERVES EVERY KNOWN ARTICLE OF FOOD VEGE
TABLES, FRUITS, HEATS. GAME, FISH, JAMS, JELLIES, 80UPS
IN FACT, KEEP EVERYTHINO SWEET AND SOUND FOR YEARS
OTHER TARS DEPEND ON A RUBBER KINO TO KEEP OUT
THE AIRTHE ECONOMY SEALS ITSELF AND IS GUARANTEED X
TO BE ABSOLUTELY AIR TIGHT.
WK HAVE THEM JUST WHAT YOU WANT IN H AND H PINTS.
The Foard & Stokes Hardware Co.
Sueeeatoit U Foard ft Stake C .
For the Fourth
And est Ron
is now merely a memory of tb put
Ballard's Snow Liniment it tb family
liniment of tb twentieth century. A
positive cure (or RhsumatWm, Bum,
Cut. Sprains, Neuralgia, ate. Mr. C
H. Runyon, fitanberry, Mo wrlti "I
hart used Bnow liniment for Rheuma
tism and sll pain. I eaat say enough
in Its praise." Bold by Bartl Drag
CLOUDBURST AT LAVINA.
Hl'TTK, Mont., June 2". A Miner
ejiecMl from Living-ton ays: A heavy
cloudburst landed in the vicinity of
Lavlna, thousands of dollar worth of
property was destroyed. In the vicinity
of Careless Creek, three member of a
railroad construction gang are believed
to have lost their livc. The flood is
one of the worst in that section of the
Regula Meals 15c, up.
First Class Meal 15c
Coffee with Pie, Cake or Dough
nuts JO cents.
U. S. RESTAURANT
434 Bond Street.
' Don'tl I 1 1
Don't let your child suffer with that
couch when vou can cure It with Bal
lard's Horehound Syrup, a sure cure
for Couirtis. Bronchitis, Influena, Croup
and Pulmonary Diseases. Buy a bottle
and try it. Sold by Hart's Drug Store.
B. B. Laiitrhter. Byhalia, Miss., write!
"T have two children who had croup. I
tried many different remedies, but I
must say your Horehound Syrup is the
bet Croup and Cough medicine I ever
used." Sold by Hart's Drug Store.
The Leading Amusement
House in Astoria
Good music Everybody weleorn.
Telephone 1681 Main. 399 Bond Street.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
THE ASTORIA RESTAURANT,
! MANO H ISO, Prop.
' The Finest 2T)C meal eerved in Astoria.
Yonr Patrouaue Solscieed.
Courteous Treatment to AH.
OAMK IN SEASON
ASTORIA, : OREOON.
Chas. Niemi, Proprietor
23 Astoria street
Eagle Concert Hall
320 Aetor St.
Tb leading amusement bout.
Agency for Edison Phouograpbf and
Gold Moulded Records.
- P. A. PETERSON, Pro. I
L()XI.X)N,..Tiinn 28. Dipntchcg lioni
Zermatt, Swilxerlnnd, tell of nn ascent
of the Miitterhorn mnde ycittcnhty by
J K. (ilaHscoek, former Mayor of Oak-
Inwl, Cnl. It wbh tiie flrnt aHC(iiit of
the dant'eroiiH iiionntain for this sea
There wan a friendly nice between
Mr. fllaswock and a Swiss miiiiied Mudin
for the honor of Vinr the ilrt to reaidi
the top of Matterhorn thin year. Mr.
fJhiHock beat liia rival by ten minute1.
A man who is in perfect health, so he
can do an honest day' work when neces
gary, has much for which he should be
thankful. Mr. L. 0. Hodgers, of Branch
ton, Pa., writes that he was not only
unable to work, but be couldn't stoop
over to tie bis own shoes. Six bottles
of Foley's Kidney Coir made a new man
of him. He says, "Success to Foley's
Kidney Cure." T, F. Lam in, Owl Drug
AND WIN A PRIZE. MAKE YOUR
STORE FRONT AND WINDOWS AT
TRACTIVE TO THE MANY VISITORS
WHO WILL FLOCK TOWN WARD.
SEE OUR SHOW WINDOW FOR MATERIAL-ALL
KINDS CREPE PA
PER, NOVELTIES. STARS. FESTOON
E. A. HIGGINS CO.,
HOOKS STATION!'. It Y
J. J ...lliUU.. - JIXXJMW L-
COLUMBIA TRUST COMPANY
Astoria Savings Bank Building.
Portland Ofllcea . Couch Building.
General Real Estate, Investment and Trust Business.
Property Uarea lor. Kentais ana
F. N. CLARK, Pre. J.A. LEE, Vlr Pres. 0. L FERRIS, 8ee. Trea.
First National Bank of Astoria, Ore.
Capital $100,000 '
I. Q. A. BOWLBY, President.
0. L PETKRSON. Vice Presldsni
elUNK PATTON, Cashier.
J, W. GARNER, AssUUnt Cashiai.
Astoria Savings- Bank
Capitol Fain In (lOONU, turpius and Dndlelded Profits W.OOO.
TrannacU a Oeneral Banking Uunlnesi, Inlereat Paid on Time uepotlu)
STEEL & EWART
Bells, House Phones, Inside Wiring and Fixtures
Installed and Kept in Repair
IN BUSINESS FOR BUSINESS AND YOUR SATISFACTION.
saa Twelfth Street
Phone Main 3881
THE Gf M
Choice Wines, Liquors
Hot Lunch at all Houri
C. F. WISE, Prop.
Merchant! Lunch From
. 11:30 a. 0. to 1:30 f a
' 11 Centa )..-. ; .
Corner Eleventh and Commercial ,
1 i"T OREGON