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THE MOKNING ASTORIAN, ASTOIUA. OREGON.
SUNDAY, JUNE 30, 1907.
WAXTED-A SALESLADY WHO
speaks the Finnish language. Siming
ton Drygood Company, 6-29-tf.
WANTED POSITION A3 GASOLINE
engineer or pilot to Pugt Sound and
Alaska; 18 years' experience; call, phone
r write, T. J. Wathey, Occident Hotel
WANTED HELP, $1.23 to $1-60 PER
it.r. tMlv noaition to risht party to
last of August. Apply to Mr. M. E.
Hawks, dressmaker, oiv inwne u
CaU early. tf-
NOTICE OP BIDS-TO TAINT A
school house in District 18, one coat,
outside wsllks 24x40 and 14 feet high;
white lead and oil to be used work to
be finished by July 30th j bide must be
all in by July 12th. The, school board
reserves the right to reject any and all
bide. Peter Oulltckson, elerk. Fern
Hill, Oregon. -28-Tt
WANTED SALESitEN. MANY MAKE
1100 t 1 180 P moat. Sosbsj
ore. St Irw o Bw-
ttUoa, tar from Old orchard. Oath
dvanotd weekly. Choice of territory.
Addis Washington Nurawry Company,
Toppenish, Wastogtosi'' eVW-tf
WANTED TO RENT 3 OR 4 FURN
Uhed rooms for housekeeping. Ad
dress " AstorUn.
GOOD PAY-MEN WANTED EVERY
where to tack eigne, distribute eircu-
l.v. atjt . nA MnvAftsinir. Na
lars, Bnuij"", " a .
tional Dist Bureau. Chicago, 111. -30-3t j
MALE HELP WANTED MKN AND,
women to learn watchmaking, en-
fraytng. Jeweler work. optics; easy
terma; positions guaranteed; money
ad learning. Watchmafclnr-EagraT-tng.BcbooL
141 Fourth aTenue, Seat-
years' standing, manufacturing staple
line of goods in constant daily use,
wants good man to manage branch
business! salary, $1800 per years and
all expenses, payable monthly; also
extra commissions, which should
amount to more than the salary; appli
cant must furnish good references and
12000 cash, which is satisfactorily se
cured. Address Manufacturer,. P. 0.
Bo 51, St Louis, Mo.
n?niRicrTCSOK BROS. We make a
specialty of house moving, earpentsra,
eontnetoft, feneml jobbing; prompt at
tentka U all order. Corner Teats and
THI QRtIK DIVER,
aa lust reoarvad a new diving ma
chine from we old country. Dive
from It to M fatfsoma tn enattow water
tara own half a day at a time. Leave
order at 417 Bond St Market, or D.
. LOST AND FOUND.
LOST-A DIAMOND BROOCH WITH
6 diamonds in a circle and one in the
center. Finder return to this office and
receive reward. ' 6-30-tf.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
One bouse and lot on Commercial
street, $8000. ' ' I
Two lot on Irving avenue, $3000.
Two lota on Grand avenue, $5000.
. One lot, Duana street, $6000.
One lot and one house and lot, Frank
Hb avenue, $2280.
1000 feet of frontage on Young's Bay,
fronting two 5-acre tract.
v 990 feet frontage on Young's Bay, en
trance Warrenton aide, $20,000.
3 acre H. t A.
16 acre on Pipe Lines, $1900.
One double house, lot 150x150;
NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that tha understated. Astoria National
Bank of Astoria, Ore, will offer for sale
and sell at public auction to the mgneex
bidder for cash in band at time of al
at the bank of said Astoria National
Bank, at Astoria, Oregon, on Tuesday.
July 2nd, at the hour of 10 o'clock; a. m.
of said day, 210 share of the capital
stock of the Odd Fellows Land ft Build
ing Association, being certificate num
bered 5 for ten shares; certificate num
bered 135 for four shares; certificate
numbered 158 for five shares; certifi
cate numbered 157 for five aharea; cer
tificate numbered 158 for twelve sham;
certificate numbered 221 for three
shares; certificate numbered 222 for one
share; certificate numbered 244 for sev
enteen shares; certificate numbered 245
for 23 shares; certificate numbered 268
for twenty shares; certificate numbered
273 for twenty shares; certificate num
bered 275 for forty shares; certificate
numbered 298 for twenty shares; certifi
cate numbered 299 for twentysix enares,
and certificate numbered 304 for four
shares, or sufficient thereof to satisfy
a certain promissory note bearing date
of march 25th, 1904, executed Dy Jonn
Hahn for the sum of $5000.00 with in
terest thereon at the rat of seven per
cent per annum frorn date until paid,
on which theTe has been paid interest to
September 25th, 1004, leaving due and
unpaid thereon the sum of $5000.00
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 con
tract and authority executed by said
John Hahn authorizing the undersigned
to sell share of stock or sufficient
thereof to satisfy Said not bearing date
March 25th, 1904.
Dated at Astoria, Oregon, this 20th
day of June, 1907.
, J. E. HIGGINS, Cashier.
One house and lot, Adairs, $1500.
Four lota and house, Alderbrook, $1850
Two house and four Iota, $5000.
One house and lot; lot 75x150; easy
THE A. ft C R. R. SOUVENIR
To any buyer in search of earth. In
order to get it for price it worth, call
at 430 Commercial street, where I am.
An you have to do is "open your clam.
I have cottages by the sea. t As the
souvenir says come to me, already furn
ished, ready to sleep or eat, location is
tweet; price can't be beat
0. F. MORTON,
430 Commercial St. - Astoria, Ore.
FOR SALE A RESTAURANT DOING
a good business for sale cheap; also
location; selling on account of leaving
the city. Enquire Toke Point, 112
Eleventh street. 6-27-tf.
NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that bill against the Fourth of July
Committee will not be honored unless
accompanied by properly signed requisi
tions. FOURTH OF JULY COMMITTEE.
BUTTON F0LE AT THE BACK.
Your experience with it has no doubt
lead to much vexation, possibly pro
fs nit y. Broke your fingernail trying to
pry it up from the neck-band, eht
Yon won't have that that experience U
you tend your shirts to us; we save yon
this trouble, and danger of tearing the
shirt. Try us snd see,
TROY LAUNDRY, '
Tenth and Duane St. Phone xagi
V Who is known
'throuehout the United
Estate m aeeouat of
iiLihis wonderful cures.
No poison nor drugs used. He guaran
tees to cure catarrh, asthma, lung and
throat trouble, rheumatism, nervousness,
stomach, liver, and kidney, female com
plain ta and all chronic diseases.
SUCCESSFUL HOME TREATMENT.
If yon cannot call write for symptom
blank and circular, inclosing 4 cents in
THE C. GEE W0 MEDICINE CO.
162i First St. Comer Morrison,
Please mention the Astorian
WINES. LIQUORS AND CIGAP
The Owl Concert Hall
Formerly the LaToHCa
The Leading Amusement
House in Astoria
Eagle Concert Hall
320 As tor St.
The leading amusement house.
Agency tor Edison Phonographs a4
Gold Moulded Records.
P. A. PETERSON. Pro
DX. M0DA C HKXI
Offlo Manas. Bid. Phone BUok M(l
IT! CororoerctaJ Bt, Astoria. Ore.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
JOHN C. McCUE.
Deputy District Attorney
Page Bdg. Room 37.
HOWARD M. MOWN ILL,
Offlo with Mr. J. A. Cakln, at No. 421
Commercial St, Astoria.
Pyblan Building, Astoria. Orwron.
Dr. W. C. LOGAN
Commercial St. Sbanahan BniM
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 DB 8UIIOJT
The Stellar Artiste
High Boprano And
Illustrated Song Singer.
Flute Solist. Mistress of all Lady Melodists
Saprano Vocal tot
LINDBECK & WIRKKALA Props.
. BUSINESS DIRECTORY
531 Bond Street
Opposite Ross, Higgins & Co
Coffee with Pie or Cake 10c
Regular Meals 15c, up
ChM- "SSL JS' Cla Meal 15c
Coffee with Pie, Cake or uougn-
nuts JO cents.
. U. S. RESTAURANT
434 Bond Street.
Telephone 1681 Main. 39P Bond Street.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
THE ASTORIA RESTAURANT
MANG H1NG, Prop.
The Finest 25c meal served in Astoria.
Yonr Patrouage Solscieed.
Courteous Treatment to All.
O AMK lH SEASON
ASTORIA, : OREGON.
Lumber In Demand In the Antipodes.
WEATHER STATIONS HELPLESS
Paul Jones Goes Out Mathilda la From
London Via Sag Francisco New Boat
To Go On Coos Bay Run lurllns
One of the finest kinds of a circus
was on show on board the Kahcotta
Friday evening just before her departure
I rum Itwavo. The tar pvrfoniiauct m
that given by a hore and a butter-tub.
Incidentally the mat and a deck hand
took minor parts. The horse's name
was Maud. It got loo from a number
that were being put aboard, and started
the show by kicking the mate In a beau
tiiul are through the air on to the top
of a high pile of freight. Next Maud se
lected a deck hand and him she care
fully landed through one of the cabin
window. Hut the fun did not fairly
cominence till the tub of butter came
into the ring. About 30 second after
Maud clapped eye on it there wa but
tor all over that ship. The tmnke stack
and the engines both got their share
and it is rumored that Captain Parker
is still combing particle of it out of hi
hair. The whole deck Anally became so
nicely greaeil that Maud took a slide
into the river. This had the desired ef
fect and when Mnud wa hauled out he
simmered down and U was peace and
happincs od the trip over.
The itteamcr Hreakwater, which wilt
ply regularly letween the Columbia and
Coo Bay, will tail on her tpt voyage
July 9. She will leave San Francico
for Cmw tay next Monday. The
ntcamer will be operated by the South
ern Piu'itlc Itailroad Company, although
the nnme of the line will be known
the Portland "A Cook lly 8Umnhlp
Company. With the stramer F. A. Kil
burn. which droiinej In at Coo Hav on
both the down and up trip, taken off
the ColumuM-Nm r run.-iro route trie
Breakwater will be warmly welcomed by
The Telegraph brought down a large
numlier of logger yejterday. She picked
them up at all hot calling itnthmit on
the way down, all the logging camp
having closed down.
The steamer Lurline did not leave up.
the river till 2:30 p. m. yesterday and
consequently did pot reach Astoria till
The Pilot schooner cime In yesterday
and anchored off the O. R. A .V. dock.
The tug Watlula came up the river
yesterday having the schooner Alumna
in tow. The Alumna will load lumber
The tug During of Hoitiitm relumed
there yesterday leaving her shout 3:40.
Lumber appear to be in demand in
the aritipodc. The HritUh teamhi
Strathnnirn, 2790 tons net regUter, wan
chartered by the American Trading
Co. yesterday morning to tramtport a
cargo of fir to Melbourne or Adelaide.
The company alio reserves the right of
ionding her either on the Columbia or
at a point on Puget Sound. The Strath
new, a sifter ship, wan added to the
list yesterday to take lumber from this
District Forecaster Heals is experienc
ing all aorta of ililliculUi's in keeping a
full force of oli-erver nt the varioim
weather stations. E. C. Hoblw, the olc
server at Tatoosh, fell ill the other day
and the man who Alls a like position at
Port Crescent wa nt to take din
place. In the meantime the (ttntion at
Port Crescent will remain out of com-mi-wion.
The station nt Walla Walla
has also been temporarily abandoned.
Fitzhugh Xewmun, who presided at llmt,
point, took a sudden notion he woiihl
like to go on a European tour. Without,
waiting for the appointment of a suc
cessor he packed his portmanteau and
started on his trip around the world
This makes two stations out of commis
sion in the district and there are no
eligible on the list of applicants who
can be sent to fill the vacancies, Sc
Mr. lieals says lie liax troubles of his
Next sale dates for the Jamestown
Exposition will lie July 3rd, 4tli and 5th.
Round-trip ticket to Missouri River,
Chicago and Atlantic seaboard points
can be jiiiK'hn.scil on these dates at the
Astoria A Columbia River Railrond city
ticket office in Page. Building. Sleeping
car reservations via all lines will be ar
ranged or. Unusually low rates have
been made. 0-29-flt.
The big sidcwheeler T. J.Potter mode
her first trip of the season down the
river yesterday. Bhe had the largest
load she had ever carried on an opening
trip, upwards of 240 paasscngers being
aboard. She also brought some freight,
She will continue to make regular daily
)un now for the it of the eaon with
the exception of Mondsys and Satur
day ou which day he will ml the
down and the up trip rcupectivoly,
The tug During of tiHulaiu brought
up the barge Wallactit ycMttrday morn
ing and left hr at sm'lior In th atream.
The Norwegian tciiiei Mathilda cam
from San Krninico j-ntenUy In hallt.
she U a vowel of .T.'.tS ton and will
loul lumber for Freemantk
The gasoline schooner Kvle win In
et!crday from Alea Bay with cargo
The steam schooner 8ve took 700,000
feet .of lumber for Lo Aiigele yester
The torpedo limit destroyer Paul Jon
went down the river, about 8 o'clock last
The Sue It. Elmore left out for Tilla
mook yesterday morning with pn
ger and freight and towing gasoline
RECEIVES HIGH COMPUWTKTS.
THK IIAOI'E, Holland, June 20.
Kul received a high compliment for
it humane methods of treating the
wounded in battle today from President
Barnhardt, of the Land War Commls.
lon. Barnhardt said Ruia has devel
oped the art of caring (or wounded sol
dier nd providing them with necery
comfort to a grtr degree than other
countries. ke at length upon the
possibilities of making hardhip of war
more poihl to bear, and made ft plea
for work along this line by the nations,
Afterward the comiiillon ws divid
ed Into two sections. Th first section
will dlnt improvements of the Inter,
national law determining the usage of
war along th line suggested by Barn
hardt. The second section will dlseu
the rights and obligation of neutral na
tion in time of war.
siilepee (o tli Milium of Panama, The
llii of the road will run through Unit,
inula, San Salvador, Honduras and Cos.
ta Rita, Into 1'uimin.
Columbia Drug Co.
Dr. Charles ft ft Rosenberg
(Successors to Dr. Linton's Drug Co.)
Prescriptions carefully eonpouadti
Dr. Rosenberg will gir consultations
and examinations tree,
"iss tlmath Street.
Telephone Mam 1171. Astoria, Or.
JAP AXIS! GOODS.
jAFAKSSI FIXINGS, MADB OF SAM
BOO, LIGHT, STR0M0, IAXD
MADt, TABLES, STAHDS, CSAHS,
W0, 1TC. , , ,
tU Commercial SL Astoria.
I."" 1 ...JIM'" ) I. I,' Jl- J., I, J"!... U
Direct Communication.. Between Los-i
Angeles and Guatemala City.
WX AN'flrXES. June 21.D!rect
coinmunicatlon by rail between Los An
gele and (iimtemsl City, U promUed
by J, M. Kneetand, Ceneral manager of
the Pan-American railway, by January
I. imw. Hv next September" av Mr.
N'ccliin.l, who h Jut returned from
Angelr from Out ml America and
Mexico, work will lie commenced on the
roadbed of the railroad through Sn Sal
vador. He rwrived cablegram from
San Salvador tody, cloning arrange
ment for a uhldy from that country
for W,ihk),ihI for the coixtruction of
the road, i This complete arrangement
for the right of way through all of the
Central American Republic except
finatemala, II of them now agreeing
upon a substantial subsidy for the
building of the line which will extend
1700 mile from the Isthmus of Tehu-
fines Hotel l the Ni"0wl
J. A. UILIIM'UII A CO.,
Uutlcrinkers hiiiI Kinlmlmer.
r,xirlr-nc(l Lnily AaalatHiit
CnllM Promptly Atteilct Dny
Puttoii lUlg. 12th iiit DutmeSts
Phone Main 2111
Astoria Hardware Co.,
113 12th St.
I THB TRENTON 1
First-Class Liquors and Cigars
602 Commercial Street. I
Garner Commercial and 14th. , Astoria, Oregon. X
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