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THURSDAY, AUGUST so, 1907,
THE MORNING ASTOItlAW, ASTORIA. OREGON.
IWAOTED A GOOD TfiOSER FOR
. ladies' dresses; good pay and steady
ork. Inquire at Persian Dye Work
95 Kinth street. 8-29-3L
(WANTED CHAMBERMAID AT THE
, Hotel Merwyn. S-27-St.
5VAXTED BOY TO CARRY PATERS.
Apply at thia office. 8-28-tf.
THOSE WHO WANT COOKS OR ANY
.other kind of domestic help, or any
kind of clerical help, can get the aamt
Arouirh the Chamber of Commeroe,
.WANTED TO RENT A SMALL COT
tag or 4 or 5 light houaekeeping
Nona: close in. Call at Astonan of
Sat or address P. a Box 862. 8-24-tf.
K)R SALE FAN-LEAF PALM, HEAT.
ing atore and range, S. K. Diebel,
O Sixth street. 8-28K.
r3S SALE THJS HOUSEHOLD FUR
;itrt at 375 Exchange atreet Inquire
at Mr. Davidson's, 15$ Bond St 8-27-St.
WP& SALE AT THE SINGER SEW
tnf -machine office, 172 Tenth Stress.
t save a mce arop-aeaa wwrag m
Mm for $15. Wa have abme aligbOy
Mtd machines at lower prices 8-27-tf.
C 8AL-BIACKJairra SHOP,
tools; 12 acre land; house, ban,
fruit; tmilroad station on mile; bar
ajtisv J. O. Ryckman, Knappa, Or. t8-n
rOR SALE-rGOpaPAYTNa RESTAUR-
'ant; fine location and excellent trad
aatabHabed; 11 table; everything in
tiM-daae shop. Address "M." Astoriaq
11 mi r.i in 11. 1
vU, NOTICE. '
10 ALL FRUIT DEALERS OF CLAT-
lop county, sot to sell or expose for
ale any "fruit. Infected with Larrae,
soaEng moth, or with San Jose scale, as
tie law wiS be strictly enforced. Chas.
&i Dow, ' Fruit Inspector of Clataop
awnty. .., , . . 8-27-7t
1HLK AND CREAM ADVANCE
Hie following are the prices for milk
aid cream after September 1st
The undersigned dairymen and milk
Ben of Astoria, Oregon, have agreed to
ell their milk and cream at the follow
ing prices, beginning on September 1,
Wholesale Milk Prices:
. Illflk, per can, 60c.
Cream, per gallon, $L20.
'. Retail Prices:
'HiBc per month, per pint $1.60.
Milk, per month, per quart, $2.50.
.'Milk, per month, per 3 pints, $3.50.
1 Milk, per month, per 2 quarts, $4.50.
' Milk, per month, per 6 quarts, $5.50.
'Milk, per month, per 3 quarts, $6.50.
Milk, per month, per one gallon, $8.50.
Retail Price of Cream.
Cream, per month, one-half pint, $2.75.
"Cream, per month, one pint $5.50.
Signed this 26th day of August, 1907.
Acme - Dairy, Sunflower Dairy Co.,
BartolduY Bros, 'Henningsen & Son,
Lewis and Clark Dairy, Karl Sarajarvi,
J. G. Nurnberg, John Erickson. 8-28-4t.
OPENS OCT. 1ST.
October 1st. For catalogue apply to
Dr. Chas. Keane, Pres., 1618 Market St.,
San Francisco. 8-28-30t.
FOR RENT TWO 5-ROOM HOUSES;
' eentrally located; rents for $9 and $10
set month. 7-27-tf.
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
WANTED TO BUY HOUSE AND LOT
in Astoria, Address "H. L," care Aa
torian office. Give full particulars.
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE.
!fr BIG BARGAIN 100x100 FEET IN
center of city on Bond atreet Apply
te Western Realty Co.
FARM FOR SALE, $2250-160 ACRES;
i six acres cleared; good house and
bam. Western Realty Co.
FOR SALE STORE 22x40, AND LOT
25x125; Warrenton; price, $1600.
Western Realty Co., 495 Commercial St.
WANTED To meet a gentleman
about 45 years of age for company dur
ing Regatta of good appearance and all
riglit. Address M.. Astoria office.
C Big for nnMtnml
Irritation, or ulceration,
of mucoat m.mbrac..
PainlM., and not wtriiu
S.nt or poiwnoua.
Bold by DrDCKl.t.
or unt In plain wrapnrt,
br .zpre... prepaid, irt
SI .00. or S bottle. S2.74,
Circulal KUt on nwsost
m M SttruitMd H
ANDREW SITOLA HAS MOVED HIS
tailor ehop across the street and will
now be found at 434 Commercial atreet.
Your patronage solicited. All work guar
anteed. Fall aamplei ara now on dia
Fabian Building, Astoria, Oregon.
Dr. W. 0. LOGAN
DENTI81 . !
Commercial St. Shan ah an Build
DR. XIODA & HJCXS
Offloa UanMB Bid. FboM BUM MM
IT CosnmerohU tU Astoria, Ora.
ATTORJntn A t LAW.
Deputy District ArrowntY
Page Building, Suite 4.
'::) -". .') -'i" " ; p.?,
HOWARD M. tROWNILl,
Attorney -at - Law.
Offtos with Mr. J. A. tall at Ha,
Cammarelai tt, Aatarta.
Coffee with Pie or Cake 10c
Regular Meals 15c, op
First Class Meal 15c
Coffee with Pie, Cake or Dough
nuts JO cents.
U. S. RESTAURANT
434 Bond Street
Telephone 1681 Main. 399 Bond Street
; OPEN DAT AND NIGHT t
THE ASTORIA RESTAURANT
. MANQ H1NO, Prop.
The Fkeat 25c meal served in Astoria,
Tonr Patronage 8olscieed.
Courteous Treatment to Alt
SIM I IS BRAflOH
ASTORIA, : OREOX)N.
MRS. J. COLLINS, Prop,
Steam Heat, Baths, New and Mod
ern. Running water in every room
Eleventh and Duane Streets
Phone Main 391 1
BUTTON HOLS AT TEX BACK.
Your experience with It nss ao doubt
lead to much vexation, possibly pro
fanity. Broke your fingernail trying to
pry it np from the neck-band, eat
Yon wont have that that experience If
yon send your shirts to us; we save yon
this trouble, and danger of tearing the
shirt Try us and see,
Tenth and Duane Sta. Phone xstx
V Who is known
throughout the United
States a aseoust of
his wonderful cures.
No poisons nor drugs used. Ha guaran
tees to cure catarrh, asthma, lung. and
throat trouble, rheumatism, nervousness,
stomach, liver, and kidney, female com
plaints and all chronlo diseases. 11
SUCCESSFUL HOME TREATMENT.
If you cannot call write for symptom
blank and circular, inclosing 4 cents in
stamps. . ..
THE C GEE W0 MEDICINE CO.
1(21 First 8t, Corner Morrison,
Please mention the Astorlan
JAPANESE FIXINGS, MADE OF BAM
BOO, LIGHT, STRONG, IAND
HADS, TABLES, STANDS. CHAfltS,
25 Commercial St. Astoria.
Columbia Drug Co.
Dr. Charles C C Rosenberg
(Successors to Dr. Lintoul Drug Co.)
AND . ... -
Pisssriptloas oarsfully sompouadsd.
Dr. Roatnberf will rirs eoasultatioM
and axamiaaUons frssi .
sU - ilj Kmnti Strttt )'',
FREDRECKSON BROa We naks
specialty of houae movtng, earpaatara,
aoa tractors, gsnaral jobbiagi prompt at-
Isatioa to all ordara. Cerasc Ttath and
WIKIS, LIQUORS AID CI OARS.
Eagle Concert Hall
320 Astor St
Rooms for rent by the day, week, or
month. Beat rates in town.
P. A. FKTER80N, Proa.
J. A. QILBAUOII & COH
Undertakers and Emhalmers.
Experienced Lady Assistant
Calls Promptly Attended Day
Pattern Bdjj. 12th and Dunne Sta
Phone Main 2111
VAUDEVILLE AT THE LOUVRE
And Vaudeville that really
Amuses and Interests you.
Weekly Changes of Pro
gram and Each Change an
SPECIALTIES THIS WEEK
LITTLE MISS FRISCO
Song and Dance Artist
U THELMA BECKS
The World's Wonder Don't Fail to
.. LINDBECK A WIRKKALA Props.
Heating Contractor, Tinner
and . :t
Sheet Iron Worker
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
.425 Bond Street
BE VISE TARIFF
Solution Offered by Large Indus
NOT BY POLITICAL PARTIES
Plan ii to Have it Adjusted Now by
the Business Interests and Have tha
Tariff Controlled by a Commission
Which Will be Non-Partisan.
NEW YORK, August 28.-The Na
tionsl Association of Manufacturers, an
organisation of some 27,000 prominent
manufacturers with a combined capital!
sat ion exceeding 115.000,000,000, pub'
Usbes in the current isue of its olllclal
organ. American Industries, a tariff
-creed' emphasising the resolution In
ravor of Immediate tariff revision unan
imouMy passed at a recent convention,
Tha " association holds that tnsent
tariff schedules are unequal end demands
the Immediate appointment by Congress
and tne executive of a non-partisan, non
political commission composed of man
thoroughly competent to equalise prs
cnt schedule This demand by the verv
class of interests served by the tariff
la extremely significant, and the asiu
tion undoubtedly will lead to a tariff
debate. The "creed" outlined by the
manufacturers' association is at fol
We believe in the policy of a protee
the tariff, liberal n scope and afford
ing to every American Imluatry In need
of protection from foreign competition
he benefit of .schedules ample to ac
complish this purpose, including a suf
m lent margin of safety to Insure the
steady and prolltabie operation of in
dustrial plants and the piyment of a
wage scale compatible with the present
standard of living in our country.
"We believe that our preseitt tariff,
in many of its achedules, is unjust and
unequal, giving to some a smaller meas
ure to protection than I needed, and
to others greater Industrial advantages
that are equitable, resulting in abuses
and in a ocial unrest disturbing to
the body politics.
"We believe that any further revis
ion of the tariff under the old methods
is wholly to be diocouraged and avoided,
since it is by these methods that the
present injustices have arisen, popular
nlmosity engendered toward a class be
cause of undue advantages of a few,
and because such so-called revision of
the tariff has invariably resulted in a
rigidity of the set schedules and a con
sequent discouragement of foreign
"We believe that the tariff should be
taken out of politics once for all, treat
ed as a business proportion, made just
to all partiea thereto the people of
the United States as a whole placed
upon a sane and scientific basis, In
bands competent to treat itl intelli
gently, without fovoritim and thor
oughly to accomplish the purpose of
protection without injustice.
"We believe that the time to take the
tariff out of politics Is now and not after
the unsettling effect of another national
campaign; now when the country , is
prosperous and when it has a chief exe
cutive in who integrity it hn confi
dence; now when the evils are abvious
and are known to all.
"We believe in placing the tariff un
der a non-partisan tariff commission not
unlike the present Interstate Conimesce
Commission with hfiiii-jurticial powers,
as for example to summon witnesses,
this commission to investigate thor
oughly and scientifically the various
schedules nnd from time to time submit
their conclusions in the form of recom
mendations to Congress and the execu
tive. It should lie. within the power of
this commission and the executive to
increase or decrease tlio present sched
ules within such minimum or maximum
limits as Congress in iU wisdom may
determine to the end that nn equitable
adjustment be madp. Xot as the re
sult of a few months' work of 4 Con
gressional committee, but of the care
ful and systematic work of a perma
nent and practical commercial body.
"We believe that Congress at its next
session should pass a bill duly creating
the tariff commission just described, and
that it remains for us, the manufac
turers and representatives of the in
dustries of the United States, for whom
and in whose interests the present tariff
schedules were presumably created, to
express our strong desire for a tariff
commission as above outlined, and to
demand that Congress create such a
commission at its next session.
If a man knows anytnlng of his own
anatomy he must be aware that bis
stomach Is a magnificent organ and
entitled to the utmost consideration;
knowing that he will eat at the Palace
when he can conserve Its safety and
comfort, by eating only tha beat
cooked, best served and most compen
sating meal In the city of Astoria
day, ornlght, it Is always the same,
and the Palace habit is one that pays
to acquire. Arthur Smith is a mas
ter of the art of preparation and ser
vice, of all things adfUo.
Marsh Cup Water Plant. '
The plant that I found la thr Htul
sou bay rvuton which Is moat worthy
of notice grows lu tha unmny inue-
kigs, In pltuws wtioro thora is little
nt 110 itriiHs. It Is rvniarknbls for two
nnsoustbe beauty of Its llowur ami
its water containing proportto. Tho
teavw, which giw flat tiou the
grouud, are broad and gtwn. Tho toll
of the flower sootus Adapted as u nut
urnl roaorvotr for water, of which,
from a large otto, thsro can vanity be
ubtulued as tunch as nti EKyptlnn cof
fee cup will hold. Hut the beauty of
It was that lu the early autumn, when
the nUtlita were frosty, but the lu-nt
still exceaalrs by day, the water It
coutnlnod wss always Iced, for these
charming flower bells are evidently
constructed to rtwUt frost, and as they
close la toward tho top they protect
from tho rays of tho sun the lump of
clear Ico formed within the calyx st
night Tha result of this was that
often when tolling along at nilddiiy,
hot and weary, through a atuifiiiiii'.
swamp all I bad to do to aluke m;
thirst was to pluck few of these
miraculous flowers to obtain so tnsuy
small cups full of delicious wstec,
each with a little lump of Ico floating
on the top.-Hlackwood's Magnslne.
What toys Learned 300 Yesrs Age.
Schoolboys In old England took to
Latin snd Greek st an early age. At
Bt Saviour's Grammar school. South
ward, la 1011 a pupil of aovon years
and three months was admitted as an
ordinary occurrence, who signet! his
form of admission, stating himself to
be "reading and learning In the Acci
dence and euterlng Into Propria qnao
HartDua, etc., and also Tully bis aec-
ond eplatle, among those gathered by
Bterulus. snd Corderlus' dialogues
etc." The hours of study were long
too. An old rword says that from
March till September "the child U to
come at 0 In the niornlug and lie at
school till 11. AkuIu at 1 and tarry
till 0. The rest of the year bo Is to bo-
gin In the morning at 7 and leave at S
In the afternoon. The malster will not
give leave to play but onre a week.'
The nm Inter was to be "skilled In the
Latin and able to teach grammar, or
atory, poetry and Greek, as also the
principles of Hebrew. He Is to bo of u
wise, sociable and loving disposition.
not hasty or fnrlous, nor of III example.
He shall discern the nature of every
cniML if eucn may be discerned."
A GREAT EVENT.
Dunlap Opening Day To Be As Event la
Astoria, August to.
It is the custom ol the Dunlap Hat
Co., of New York, to set as opsning day
for their agents la various localities
which day is known si "Dunlap Day"
when a display is made of ssmplts of the
product of their factory and particular
attention U paid to that line.
F. A Stokes, of Astoria, being the ex-
luive agent for this line, has been noti
fied by his company that they bars set
Thursday, August 20. ss "Dunlap Day"
Astoria and Mr. Stokes is making
great preparations to make this day a
red letter one. In I1I4 beautiful new
window on Twelfth stivet as fine a dis-
ay of men's hats than has been ever seen
in Astoria will be on exhibition. Mr.
Stokes' reputation in business is such
that if he says the goods are what Is
claimed for them, the best made, you can
depend upon it that the are, The Dunlap
nts are ao well known that few auc
tions need be aiked about them but still
is assurance doubly sure to have
Mr Stokes vouch for them. That our
readers may know a "Dunlap" we re
produce a facsimile of the trade mark
found In every hat. Drop around to
P, A. Stokes' store on comer of Com
mercial and Twelfth streets and see the
crowd on Thursday the 2!)th.
WARD'S TURKISH BATHS
539 Commercial St., ASTORIA, ORE.
The only Turkish Baths, Rus
, sian Tub and Shower Baths
First Class and Sanitary ' Night Accommodations
, All Modern Conveniences that are Modern
FRANK P. WARD, Prop
Phone Black 2253 Look for til sign on sidewalk
Astoria Hardware Co.,
low Rates East. -
On September 11th, 12th and 13th tli
Canadian lVHle will sell round trip ex
ounloit tickets to Bt, l'niil Chicago and
Eastern points at very low rales. This
will Is the last excursion of the scaton.
Make your sleeping car reservations
now, For full particular regarding
rales, etc., cull on or address, James
Hnhij.im, agent, Astoria,
Steamer T. J. Potter for Ilwaco, daily
exoept Fridays, connecting with train
for all points on North (Long) lieaoh.
Call at 0. R. A N. dock for Informatics
regarding rates, etc.
Hay Ftver and Summer Colds.
Victims of hay fever will experience
great benefit by taking Foltys llonsy
and Tar, as it stops difficult breathing
Immediately and heals the Inflamuied sir
passages, and sven If it should fall to
curs you It will give instant relief."
The genuine Is In a ysltow package,
T. F. Laurin, Owl Drug Btore.
THE CONDITION OF
at Astoria, In the State of Oregon, at
the close of buslneis, Auguat S2ad. 100.
Loans and discounts. ........ 1302.903.1b
Overdrafts, secured and un
secured . 2,S0i7
V. 8. bonds to secure circula
tion . . 85,000.00
Premiums on U. 8. bonds 600 O0
llon.la, securities, etc M.030.00
Due from National Baoka .
(not reserve ant.) 14IMU7.33
Due from Mate Hanks snd
Due from approved reerve
, sgents 233.907 83
CVcks and other rash Items.. 1.043.53
Note, of other National Dunks 1.4:'J.)
Nickels and cent 018.10
Lawful Money Reserve lu
liCgal-teniler notes ,. . 3,1 200,933.00
Redemption fund with U. S.
Treasurer (3 per cent of
Capital stork paid in $100,000.00
surplus fund 19,000.00
Undivided profits, leas ex
penses and tsxes paid 22,07197
National Rank notes out
Individual depo.its subject to
Demand certificates of de
posit ; .fJ02283.:iO 1.102,976.30
Stat of Oregon, County of Clataop,
,1. S. S. Gordon. Cashier of the above-
nsnird 'bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement l true to the best
of my knowledge and belief,
S, s. Gordon, Cashier.
.SitUirild and sworn to before me
this 20th day of Augti.t, 1107.
E. P. NOONAN,
G. C. FLAVEL,
W. F. MuGRKGOR.
J. WESLEY LADD.
AS A REQUEST
HILL'S RUSSIAN AND TURKISH
will be open Sundays. Cure
guaranteed in any case of
rheumatism, skin discases,etc
217 Astor St., Astoria, Ore,
113 12th St.