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THE AJOKMNG AJTOIMAN. ASTORIA. OREGON
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, '08,
In the Right Place
At the Right Time
TWi Ir-wiiere you wanl tt-wnrn
you wanl H nJ il you only
knew how my It U to carry Irom
room to room-rant! how much
cheery comlort you cn have with a ,
(Eqilpp4 with toitolwt Bevtos)
Vu" Would no know U wllhoul cm '
"No smoke no mell Ihto la Ihe v
P.AiL mi vim Hm-miim lit smokeless
devka it smokeless you tan have1
direct plowing heal bom every ounce
ol oU. lira tool hows 1 quint -
bum v hour. An omemeni any-
where llnUhed In japan and nickel
Every healer warranted.
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"BATTLING" NELSON IS
CPES FREE FROM HIS PART
IN THE BAVAOIS OVUU
REQUIRED WITNESS ABSENT
But When the Prists Fighter Triee
to do Some Business Wltn a bet
of Railway Men He Doesn't Even
Know the Rules.
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ImI, tnJr M. Ir-J trf btal iwfn4 Mini tnl
km. MW l Wm. kM fUm. Hwi -mwi-i. .
A rVhtto Oil Hut R-t Lmt ft r t
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
f i j ' ' i Uerfto4) ,
,,.:" FOR A . . ,
. VICTOR OR AN EDISON
Johnson Phonograph Co.,
m..-A Dm KrKn!rM MattMMI Co.
Only All Rail Routt to Portland and all Eastern Points. Two
dslly trains. !$tesmsblp tickets via all Ocetn IJnea at Lowest Rstes.
For rstee,' steamship and aleeplngar reMrvatloos, call on or address
I G. B. JOHNSON; Oeiri Agent
i 12th St, near Commercial St; ASTORIA, OREGON.
Jka Fes, Pres.
; T. L. Bishop, Sec Astoria Savtaga Treaa
Nalaon Trorer. Vice Pres. and Supt
ASTORIA IRON WORKS
rutrxen. Nov. 25. Nelson, the
prize fighter, and general manager of
the town of HegewUch, ' won one
iind lost another. In
a policr court in Burnham, where he
wai accufl of retting policeman,
i.. mii Hut in the one with the local
transportation committee of the city
council he lot. mere were men on
that committee who could talk all
around him, and the lightweight was
imply outclassed. ,
ti..' ,mittre went to Heuewisch
the orooosed right of
way for the KrnMngton and Eastern
Railway by which the Illinois Cen
tral hopes to gn an entrance into
n.,... n wniilH nasi throiiKh Ilege-
-,u. ti and the aldermen drove there
!in carriage from Pullman. iney
-j.. hv Mr Nelson. tren irom
his discharge in the Burnham police
r.to tn meet vou. gentlemen, ne
L.utn..j t hive tot a halt over
!here where we can go and settle the
question at once.
rhtlnmii Foreman looked, dazed
but said nothing. Attorney John
rwnnan. for the Illinois Central,
in,i;ntioin nf wishing the Burn
ham justice had sentenced Nelson for
"Yen." went on Nelson, "'we peo-
h,ri. want that road bad.
We have no direct connections with
the city now and this wouiu gtve us
one. It would raise the price of real
n,i I own some lots here.
r n nv.r anil fix it UD."
Alderman F.gan tried to explain to
the representative of the interests of
Hegewtsch that the road needed at
least permit ana mai numv
..l,l K mnrh better.
v.l.nn tave evidence of disap
pointment and he began to express
his opinion on the situation and the
.Merman eot into their carriages
Nelson was arraignea mi pu, .
: .nnn.Minn with an attack made
r:n. rt.rt, T I. Kulhman. when
a raid was made on the town ball
where a dog fight waa tn progress.
of taktna- part
In the slugging, the charges agaainst
him being disorderly conauci ma tt
n officer. Trustee Julius
Smith, the prosecuting witness, was
in Milwaukee on nis noncjrmuv -
the case was dismissed: ,
CITITATIOM WANTED BY MID
die aged man, thoroughly under
stands ail farm work; not airaia ot
hard work. T. Moon, 1133 Astor
iii Atnn.li .
KOR SALE-BIRDS FROM ROLL
r stock, at the Astor House. Call
Tuesday and Wednesday, 3 p. ra.;
price $1.50 to $3.00.
, DESIGNERS AND MANUFACTURERS
OF THE LATEST IMPROVED ...
Canning Machinery, Marine Engines and Boilers
' Cormpondence Solicited. .. . Foot o! Foartk Straat
Fishor Brothers Company
SOLE AGENTS . - A . V
Marbour and Finlayaon Salmon Twines and Netting
MeCormlck Harvesting Machines
Oliver Chilled Ploughs ' ' ,-. v ' ;
Sharpies Cream Separatora 1
Raecolith Flooring ' Starrett's Tools
Hardware,' Groceries,! Ship
Tan Bark, Blue Stone, Muriatic Acid, Welch Coal, - Tar,
Ash Oars, Oak Lumber, Pipe and Fittings, Brsa Goods,
t)i.,i. rn. mnA r.!m
Fishermen's Pure Manilla Rope, Cotton Twine and Selw Web
in Your Want Ads To
TWENTY WORDS OR LESS, ONE WEEK FIFTY CENTS
THE MORNING ASTORIAN
Arc Read Every Morning by 10,000 People.
Tba Went Columns of THE MORNING ASTORIAN are con
sulted every morning by hundreds of persona la search of real estate
bargalna. Articles of sale, lost or found and people looking for em
ployment Rates: Twenty words or lee .three times, 25 cents; six
times, 50 cents; one month, $2.00. .
ROOMS FOR RENT.
FOR RENT-TWO NICELY FUR
rooms: one on srouno and the oth
er on second floor; fine view. Apply
667 Irving ave,
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FURNISHED V HOUSEKEEPING
and single rooms. 677 Exchange.
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
' ! PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
; ATTO RNEY3-AT-L AW
GUSTAF A. HEMPLE
Suite 9-10 Odd Fellows' Building
Tenth and Commercial Streets
JOHN C McCUE, ATTORNEY AT
Law. Page Building, Suite 4.
HOWARD M. BROWNELL, AT
torney at Law, Deputy District
Attorney. 420 Commercial Street.
DR. F. VAUGHAN, DENTIST,
Pythian BuildingAstoria, Oregon.
DR. W. C. LOGAN, DENTIST,
Commercial Street, Shanahan Bldg.
rwn. FINE HOUNDS; MALE
and female; six months old; $50.
Address 814 Grand avenue.
CARL KNUTSEN, STENOGRA-
her. tvoewriter. bookkeeping, col-
lections, notary public. 4 commer
cial street, with J. A. Ealun.
MARTIN OLSEN, AUCTION AND
Commission House. Furniture re
pairing, upholstering, carpet laying,
etc.: iust opened . up in Welch
Block. Fifteenth street, between
Commercial and Bond. Give me a
DR. RHODA C HICKS, OSTEO-
oath. Office: Mansell Bldg., Phone
Black 2065. 573 Commercial Street
FOR SALE MACHINERY.
ELECTRIC MOTORS FOR SALE,
direct current. 500 volts; one al
most new Fairbanks-Morse 6 b. p.
slow speed; one T. H. 2 h. p.; one
General Electric 1 h. p.; one 3U-ugnt
CITY REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE-BUSINESS BLOCK;
the Waldorf, Kinney and Gribler,
corner Eigth and Astor, two lots,
100x110; hoose 100x110, 40 rooms np
stairs: 1 hall 40x100. J. F. Nowlen,
47. rnmmerciaL . . 10-4-tf
NOTICE OF PROPOSALS.
SEALED BIDS WILL BE RE-
received until noon December ZI,
lom at the office of the Water
Union in Astoria. Oreeon. for
furnishing the material, and con
struct na about 1Z.0W ft Ot -wcn
concrete water pipe, and about 1300
ft. of steel water pipe and furnish
ings, according to specifications on
file in the Water Commission omce
in Axtoria. all bids to be accom
panied by certified checks for 10 per
cent of the amount ot tne Did, ine
right being reserved by the. Water
rnmmiinn to ' reiect any and all
bids. City Water Commission, C S.
EXPRESS AND BAGGAGE
Leave Order at Star Cigar Store.
Phone Black 2383
Res. Phone Red 227&
Stand Corner 11th mi. Commercial
I carry the best Lowers'
Shoes in town at the low ;
est prices. . '
My stock of men's and boy'a
shoes is tinsurpassed for qua- (
lity. Close baying and low
expenses enable me to sell the !
bestqnalities at lowest prices.
S. A. GlfilRE
543 Bond Stree
FOR SALE ONE LOT, SALOON
on Astor street; coxy corner; sa
loon fixtures: 7 furnished eooms;
orice. $8500. J. F. Nowlen, 473
FOR SALE ONE HOUSE, TWO-I
story, $5250; one house, one-story,
22S0. or both for $7000; ' property
adjoins SE. cor. 34th and Franklin. !
Apply to J. F. Nowlen.
WANTED TO RENT.
uAMTsn Tn RENT 5 OR 6
furnished rooms: must be centrat'
ly located. Address "R," Astortan.
PRACTICAL NURSE, EXTEN
sive exoerience. will take charge
of most any kind of nursing; con
finement cases preferred; terms rea
sonable. Mrs. Chae. Lmd, 408 35th
I street, Astoria. t ' '
"WANTED TO BUYT"
WANTED WE PAY HIGHEST)
eash orice for second-hand and new
furniture: see us before you selL
Zapf Furniture & Hardware Co.
WE BUY. SELL OR EXCHANGE
anvthina in the house furnlsnmg
line; let ua call and give you a figure
on vour second-hand furniture.- M.
Nelson Furniture Co., 504 Bond next
to N. P. Expresa office.
NOT THE ONLY ONE
We want it well known that we
don't com pets with our fellow citt
sen, the "Chinee."
Our methods bear comparison with
his to his disadvantage. ...
Have your laundry woric aone oy
the light of day.
Your clothe will be pare, clean
and satisfactory, if done her. -
Tenth and Duane
Phone Main 1991
WeiWcmt Vour Trodo.
. BOND STREE1'
LET US TELL YOU ABOUT
I Tungsten Electric Lamp
Greatest advance In lighting methoda alnce the invention of incandescent
'V , ' -:lmP-' , S
EXAMPLE 'J t ' f C; ;' '-. i l " r ' j .
i 32 C. P. Ordinary electric lamp consumes 110 watts per hour
32 CP. "Tungsten", electric lamp consumea . ....... ;40 watts per hour
,1 Saving i.,..tu.., ?0 watts per hour
By using "Tungsten" lamps you can get 273 per cent Increase In light for
the same cos( or In other words can have the aame quantity of Illumination
for 35 per cent of the cost of lighting with ordinary electric lampa.
The st6HaVI BlefeVriccCo:
RESULTS THAT REMAIN
Are Appreciated by Astoria People.
Tu,,.-,n,i who suffer from back
ache and kidney complaint have trlel
one remedy after another, finding
henefit. This is dis
couraging, but there is one special
miwlieine that cures perma-
nently and there is plenty of proof
right here in Astoria.
Here is the testimony of one who
...orf Doan'a Kidney Pills years ago
and now states that the cure was
n P nuncan. Astoria, Ore., says:
"For years I suffered from kidney
complaint. I had a constant, du'l
.h In the small of my tack, and
the kidney secretions were too fre
quent causing me much annoyance,
u.nrlna of Doan's Kidney Pills, I
procured a box at Charles Rogers &
Son's drug store and received imme
diate relief. I continued taking them
and was soon free from the com
plaint." (Statement given February
A PERMANENT CURE.
n," cntember 3. 1907, Mr. Dun
ran confirmed the above saying: "I
can add nothing to my statement
in 1903 exceot that I have nor
had the slightest symptom of kidney
For sale by all dealers, rrice su
cents.' Foster-Milbuim Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents .for the
Remember the namV-Doan's and
take no other. - ;
The Morning Astorian contains full
Asunriated : Press reports, all the
latest local happenings. Delivered by
carrier, 60 cents per month.
Foley's Honey and Tar cleirs the
.1. . tnn the irritation in
the throat, soothes the inlamed mem
branes, and -the most obstinate cough
disappears. Sore and inflamed lungs
are healed and strengmeneu, nu
cold is expelled from the system. Re
fuse any but the genuine in ihe yel
low package. T. F. Laurin, Owl
OFFICE OF CHIEF QUARTER-
master. Department of the Coluro
hia Vancouver Barracks, Washing
ton. October 29, 1908. Sealed pro
posals, in triplicate, will be received
the office of the Post Quartermas
ter, Fort Stevens, Oregon, until 2
o'clock p. m., November Z7, 1908, and
then publicly opened for the supply
and installing one new "Mosher,"
or equal, water tube boiler in yuar
termaster Steamer "Major Guy How
ard." Full Information can be ob
tained at th- Quartermasters Office,
Fort Stevens. Oregon. The United
States reserves the right to rejeit
anv or all bids or any part thereof.
Envelopes containing proposals
should be marked "Proposals tor
Boiler," and addressed to the Quar
termaster, Fort Stevens, Oregon.
U. S. RESTAURANT, 434 BOND
street Coffee with pie or cake, 10
centa; first-class meals, 15 cents.
TOKIO RESTAURANT, 351 Bond
street opposite Ross. Higgins &
Co.; coffee with pie or cake, 10 cents;
first-class meals; regular meals 15
cents and up.
p Tenter Ovster House, 420
Bond street. Oysters wholesale and
retail. George Saunders, Prop. 9-27-tf
FREDR1CKSON BROS.-We make
a scecialtv of house moving, car
penters, contractors, general jobbing;
prompt attention to all orders, cor
ner Tenth and Duane streets.
HOT, OR' GOLD
Steamer - Lurliiu
flight Boat far Portland tzi
Leaves Astoria daBy except Sunisy
;,' ,: at; vta.
Leaves Portland Daly Except Sua&9
- :; ; st 7 . j. v,
Quick Service - ExceSent Mesa
Landing Astoria Flavel Wharf
Landing Portland Foot Taylor
T L J. DAY, Agent ;
Phone Main 279s
Chinook and Ilwaco.
Th lanneh Hnlda I. will leave O
the tide every morning, Fridays, tww i
round trips, for Chinook. Landing at
Lurline dock for freight and passen
gers every day with freight and pas-.
CAPT. JOHN. HAAUiSWJM. . .
CLOSSET & DEVERS,
Plate Racks, Wall Pockets,
Music Racks Clock b&eives
Just in See us
Hildebrand & Gor
Old Bee Hive Bldg.
BATHS-TURKISH AND RUS-
sian. at the natatorium of George
Hill. 217 Astor St.; rational" prices;
absolute cleanliness; private , rooms;
separate service for ladies; rheuma
tism and skin diseases treated witn
perfect success. :- ., 10-2S-tf
MME. AND PROFESSOR HAR
RIS. colored face and scalp
massaging; cures dandruff; stops hair
from fallinir in three treatments.
i Prof. Harris, the Chiropodist Give
us a call. 458 Commercial street, up
stairs, rooms 2-3. -
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE.
1 nr 'ir
pgr SALE RANCH AT- SVJEtt
sen, 25 acres; 8-room house; good
ham and out buildings and orchard;
oartiallv improved; $3000. Apply1 J.
FOR SALE 1571 ACRES LAND,
ection 4, township 5, range 6, on
Nehalem River, two and one-half
million feet of timber, 35 acres cul
tivated: orice S6000. J. F. Nowlen,
171 Commercial street. 10-4-tf
t THX GXXAl
GOODS , r
Fancy Tea Sets and Fine
China Ware ot all Kinas.
Ttnmhoo Furniture made
right here and warranted.
yv no IS mows
j tnrougnooi m
srV'AfiJ United States on
i i.t' ' "H account ot nis wosf
derful cures. No poisons or drugs
used. He euarantees to cure catarrh,
asthma, lung and throat trouble.
rheumatism, nervousness, stoma.
liver and kidney, female complaints,
and all chronic diseases. "
SUCCESSFUL HOME ' TEEATSEEsX
If you cannot call write for symp
toms blank and circular., inclosing 4 ;
cents in stamps.
THE a GXK WO MIDICOTt CO. -162J
First St,' Corner Morrison ;
i PORTLAND, OREGON
Please mention the Astorian. '
640 ACRES; $6 ACRE; 40 MILES j
Portland; exchange for business,
hotel or town property. Hall, 803
Front street, Portland, yre.
Ghas. 7 Barr
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Eagle Concert Halt
. (520 Astor Street;
SMITH'S POINT 1 HOTEL, 3
storv: cost $2000 to build; 3 lots,
cost $1500; brick foundation; cement
walks all round; yard filled with
fruit and ornamental trees; 5 good
milk cows, 2 heifers; price, ; $3500;
half cash; half time.
T. F. NOWLEN,
473 Commercial St . Astoria. Or.
4 f- f '
J.! F. NOWLEN. REAL ESTATE
and EniDlovment Office, 473 Com
mercial St., Phone . Have fine
list of Astoria and country property.
All clasea of labor furnished.
I'M AN OLD COOK AND JUST
as Rood as a new one; Ive got
snm fine Turkeys that are guar
ianteed to keep until used, lo e
ven awav Christmas at the Cozy
Corner, P. A. Peterson, Prop. 375
j. a; gilbaugH & co.,
Undertakers arI Eyibalmers.
Experienced Lady Assistant
JCalls Promptly Attended Day
Tatton Ud?. ISth and Duane 8t8
- ASTOltl i OUE.GOJJ
Phone Main S..UJ '
He&ting Contractor, Tinner
; '. - AND '
Shut Iron Worker
iLL WORK GUARANTEED
425 Bond Street
Yoimcc 6: Baker
Stmm and G&s Fittirj
All Work Guaranteed. 126 Ei;' 'i
Street, opp. Post OJke. Fhone IL" t