The daily morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1883-1899, March 24, 1897, Image 4

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    THE DAILY ASTORIAN. WK.)XKS1,AY M0KN1NG, MAUCll Si,
Astoria Electric Supply Co,
Will Conduct Business it
430 Commercial Street
Opening on or About April 1
WITH A FlIX LINK OF
Electric Supplies
.and Fixtures
Fane
Slippers
Udles Walking Chnac
Durable School OIIUCo
Seasonable Goods
Rubbers
Rotter Boots, Etc.
John Hahn & Co.
Are
Warranted
479 Commercial St
YESTERDAYS WEATHER.
Maximum temperature, 5i dit.
Minimum temperature, 40 dog.
Total precipitation from September X,
1. 1S96. to date, 75.86 Inches.
Exceas of precipitation from Septem
ber 1, 1S96, to date. 1S.41 Inches.
TODAY'S WEATHER.
For Western Oregon and Weatern
Washington Rain, southerly wind
moderate gales on coast.
For Eastern Oregon Light snow.
TO BKADERS.-Th "Dally Astoria
ataJaa twin aa mack ra4iag matter aa
ay other pa par ablUb.ee' la Astoria. It
' la th. only pa par that praaaata IU raadara
with a daily telegraphic report.
TO ADTERTISKRS. The "Dally Ae
tarlaa" haa mora thaa twice aeaaaay raad
ara aa aay ether paper pablUhed la Asto
ria. It la tharafore mora thaa twice aa
valuable aa aa advertising mediant.
tata af Oregon, I
Ceanty of Clatsop.)
Wa, tka nndarelgnect, local managers
reap-eetlTely of tka Weeter (Talon aad
Festal Telegraph eoaapaalra, hereby cer
tify that the "Dally Aetorlaa" 1 the ealy
paper pabllahed la Astoria which sow re
alvoa, er at aay time daring oar control
' af said Boas has reeelTed, a telegraphic
p. rata report. B. D. JOHNSON,
Manager W. V. T. Co.
J. R. CLARK,
Manager Foetal Tel. Co.
AROUND TOWN.
WEDNESDAY.
Td laugh today, today is brief,
I would not K-aU for anything,
Td use today that cannot last.
Be glad today and sing. Rossettl.
"Gypsine"
Swope.
Drowned yesterday rats.
Mrs. Jewett is visiting in the city.
New Oxford ties. Columbia Cfcoe Co.
New lace shoes. Columbia Shoe Co.
New strap sandals.
Co.
Columbia Sho
"Gypsine" the
finish.
only durable wall
Did anyone hear the wind blow yes
terday?
Mr. Frank
the grippe.
Gunn is suffering from
Mr.
from
Thomas Truilinger baa returned
Carson.
Chinook winds
aoce yesterday.
made their appear-
Ladles' bath and hair-dressing parlor,
107 Twelfth street.
Ekstrom baa the only complete stock
of jewelry In the city.
Treatment for dandruff and loss of
hair, 107 Twelfth street.
Miss Alice Muneell, graduate optician,
office In Shanahao building.
X carload
celved at B.
of 1897 wall papers
F. Allen &. Son's.
Have you any Jewelry that needs re
pairing! Take it to Ekstrom's.
Mrs. Stjerostrom, 107 Twelfth street.
treats rheumatism by massage, the only
cure.
Messrs. Chris. Henry and E. Miller,
of Pillar Rock, were In the city yes.
terday.
General Agent Lounsberry, of the
O. R. & N., has a new Orangeman In
bis employ.
One of the best sailors on the Dal
calrnle leaves this morning via New
York for England, where he will re.
oelve bis papers as third mate.
If your tea is good, it is
cheap; if it is not good, it is
dear, no matter what you
pay, for. it you had better
drink water.
But good tea . is better
than water sometimes,, be
cause' it tastes 'good, and
whatever tastes good makes
the stomach work right
So good tea is cheap and
poor tea is dear.
Schilling $ Best is good.
A Schilling h Coapuy - t -. -
Sea Irancuce
60S
Paine' s Celery Compound
is the
Best
Spring Mcilicine
In
The
World.
It makes the weak ttrocg.
We have . '
ESTES-CONN DRUG CO.
Commercial Street
Mr. Frederick Olscn ha bought out
the business of Sam Roberts, at Ol
ney. Mr. Spraguo Marsh, a logger of
Bear creek, was in town yesterday on
business.
Messrs. David Dunn and Al Smith.
of Portland, were visitors in th city
yesterday.
Mr. Frank Stokes returned from
fishing trio resterday. and his friend
hardly knew him.
The Brunswlck-Balke Collander Co.
via put In th alleys fo the new A.
F. C. bowling alley.
The most attractive and Inexpensive
light furniture of bamboo made to or
der at 613 Commercial street
Walt for th 'Huseby." the best
bicycle oa earth for the least money.
40 and $50. F. L. Parker, agent
Miss Munsell, the optician, can be
found at ber office In the Shanahan
building from 9 a. rn. to 5 p. m.
Yesterday a large carload of Amer
ican Onplate was received from the
East 'by Elmore. Sanborn St Co.
Mr. Emll Schacht. the architect, left
for Portland last night but will re
turn to Astoria the first of next
week.
A striking Instance of domestic felic
ity was witnessed on board one of the
river boats yesterday. Just before its
landing.
Herman Wise's advertisement of
spring goods, in another column, can
not fail to interest all lovers of the
artistic.
Another lot of choice country hams
bacon and shoulders, well cured and
fresh, for 8 and 10 cents per pound at
Foard & Stokes".
More seining will be done on the
river this season than ever before.
Several new grounds along the river
are now occupied.
The steamer Telephone, dn discharg
ing the carload of tlnplate at the
bonded warehouse Monday, dropped
seven boxes overboard.
Life preservers and cork-seamed gar
ments and umbrellas were In order
yesterday. Johnson, the new weather
man, had charge of things.
Mr. C. H. Warren, manager of War
ren's cannery at Cathlamet, accom
panied by his nephew, Clarence White,
spent yesterday In the city.
E. S. Ferguson has been appointed
by the county court as administrator
of the estate of J. L. Moore, deceased.
In the place of C. A. Bottom.
Little prices and big values in new
spring checks and fancy black and
colored dress goods Just received at the
Low Price Store, 491 Bond street
Old-timers say that this has been
the most protracted and wettest win
ter in many years, and argue that
good weather should soon appear.
If anyone found a sliver-handled um
brella marked "S. E.," and will return
it to the office of the Astorian, he
or she can claim a reward of II.
Mr, Sam Kozer has asmimed the du
ties of bookkeeper at Ross, Hlgglns
& Co.'s store, In the place of Mr. R. V,
Marion, who has bought out the Up-
pertown store.
Onthe 28th Inst, the Northern Pacific
railroad will put a new passenger
schedule Into effect. The overland train
will then leave Portland at 11 a. m.
Instead of 1 p. m.
The Charles L. Young Colum
bia comic Opra Company will ap
pear at FlKher"s April 2 and 3 In
the "Mascot," "Pirates of Penzance'
and "Said Pacha."
Air. c Y. Nelson was in town yes
terday from the John Day's, and says
one of the needs of that locality Is a
bridge across Ferris creek, to enable
children to attend school.
Dress up, look like something, hut
don t pay high prices for thlru-clafs
goods. We have Just received a big
line of skirts and silk wrap, every one
a beauty. In prices we defy competi
tion. Cohen's Low Price Store.
Monday evening Mr. William Ross
got Into the wrong pew. Thinking
that there was a council meeting in
the city hall, he opened the door and
walked In, only to find himself In the
midst of a meeting the Liquor Dealers'
Association. After making his best
bow Mr. Ross gracefully retired.'
Mr. N. W. Tallant, of San Francisco,
present of the Columbia Kiver t rt-k-In
Co., will arrive In th city this
morning on a visit to hi brother.
Mr. E. W. Tallant.
The ladles of the M. E. church have
been busy In iholr sowing circle pre
paring for their spring sale of taney
work, which will be held on the first
day o May.
The clocks at the general offices of
the railroad company were yesterday
out of kelter. and the clerks did not
know whether to gi home and est.
or stay and work another hour.
Mrs. Lillian H. Holllster, supreme
commander Ladles' Order of the Mac
cabees, of Port Huron, Mich., will de
liver an address at Carruther'a hall
Thursday evening, the J6th Inst A
cordial Invitation Is extended to all.
Crescent bicycles for lS'.'T have many
Important Improvements a crs.ee.
strength, beauty, perfection never be
fore attained. The '97 models now on
exhibition at our riding academy. M
Bond street. Sherman - Thing, agents.
The strong wind blowing off shore
yesterday evening caused the river
craft not to land with their accus
tomed ease. The Telephone's line
stretched a yard before checking her
outward motion In the teeth of the
storm.
The Rev. Mr. Walters will hoi. I spe
cial meetings at the M. K. churcti be.
ginning with a prayer meeting to
night, each evening this week. The
Rev. Dr. Gue Is expected to be pres
ent part of the Mine.
Messrs. Howell A. Ward have com
menced the erection of a new ware
house In the rear of the old Crosby
store, which they recently purchased
and Into which they are now moving
their stock. The warehouse will be
connected with Bond street by a road
way. t
Service at Grace church will be
omitted today Thursday bt th fes
tival of the Annunciation, and there
will be a celebration of the Holy Com
munion at 9 a. m. and evening prayer
at 4. Other services during the week
as usual.
One member was received at the
M. E. church Inst Sabbath, making
ten new additions during the month
of March. Several new members will
be received next Sabbath. This church
has never enjoyed more prosperity.
A fine Eater program Is being pre
pared.
Mr. Lou Belmer, while assisting in
the unloading of tlnplate at the bonded
warehouse Monday, used his good fore
finger as a buffer in stopping a 700-
pound crate of tin on the dock. Noth
ing was hurt execept the linger, and
his friends say that it would now make
a good car-coupling.
Mr. John Grover, the weather bu
reau man. who has made so mur
trouble for Astorlans during the past
winter, will leave In a day or tw
for his new- post at Tacimo, where
he will have charge of about three
thousand miles of territory. It might
be well for Tacoma people to hok
out for a dnp In the weather.
A Cutting Affair. At W. J. Sculley
hardware store, 451 Bond street, where
he sells clothes pin at 2 cents a d"7en,
rolling pins 10c, potato mashers 5
stove lid lifters 5c, stove polish 5c, as
bestos cooking mats 5c, candlesticks 5c,
garden trowels 10 curling Irons 5c,
all sizes egg beaters 5c, two-foot rult
10c, hatchets 25c, No. 8 copper wash
boilers J2, wood frame clothes wringers
11.75.
Mr. Robert Bell, son of Captain
Bell, of the schooner Surprise, sup
posed to have been lost some time
since, has returned from Alaska. From
a very careful examination. Mr. IV-ll
learned that his father cleared from
Angel Island last fall for Astoria dl
rect, with a cargo of salmon for Fish
er Bros. It had been arranged that
he should take the Inside passaKe via
the Sound, but for some reasor. h
chose the other course, and all hope
for his safety Is now at an end. The
winter In this section was an excep
tionally fine one, thT-; b-lng no snow
fall whatever.
In the county court yesterday, which
was in regular session, among other
orders entered was one that the county
tierk draw warrants for the witnessed
and Jurors' fees at the last session
of the circuit court. A tax deed was
also ordered to be bwued to Daniel
Mclnnis to certain property assessed
In 1891 to H. C. Spear. On applica
tion, Daniel A. Mclnnis and John H.
Hansell, natives of Great Brtlaln, were
admitted to United States citizenship.
The petition of W. L. Deeds to cancel
the tax purchase of certain lands sold
In 189j was granted. The petition of
P. O'Hara to remit the penalty and
Interest on tax purchase of certain
land, was granted.
Soft, White Bands with Shapely Nails, Luxu
riant Hair with Clean, Wholesome Scalp, pro
duced by Cuticcka SoAr, the most effectiTo
skin purifying and beautifying soap in the
world, as well as parent and sweetest, for
toilet, bath, and nursery. The only preventire
of inflammation and clogging of the Porks.
iGura
Soaf gold thmntflimtt ttw world. Tom Duo asb
Cass, tosr., bolt Fropt., BoUua, V. S. A.
a-"How la Pnrifj sad Beutlf IU Ilia, Beslp,
d Heir," Buile Ires.
BABY HUMORS Ei2r2i?Z22LZ
BEAUTIFUL
SKIN
iJiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiimiiiiiiiiiiimiiiniiiiimiiiiiUj
(AVER'S!
I Sarsaparilla
1 Is tho original Sursaparillit, the 5
stuiularil of tho world. Others
5 hv imttattHl th remedy, g
They can't Imitate tho rwortl: 3
50 Years of Cures 1
S3
5ii:iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiJ
The report of Captain D. D. Halliard
on the survey made last fall of the
Portland channel. In the Territory of
Alaska, has Just been received. The
report Is comprehensive and Inter
esting. Is highly lllstruted vHh photo,
graphic views, and In It Captain Gall
lard has tuken invasion to repeatedly
compliment Captain William K. Greg,
ory and the Manionlta, on which he
made his survey trip. It will bo re
memlierod that this was the voyng.
Captain Gregory made Just before the
regatta of last fall.
All of the paraphernalia belonging
to the agricultural weather bureau
whs yesterday removed from Observer
Gover's old quarters to Mr. Johnson's
rooms of the Western t'nlon.Telenrnph
Co. In many respects the change Is
a good one for the public, as the West
ern t'nlon oillce is open day and night.
a. -id those having emergency buslncs
can communicate at any hour of the
day or night with llwaco or the Cape.
On the other hand. It would seem that
the change is not particularly bene
ficial. Observer Grover gave Atorla
bad enough weather, but ever since
Mr. Johnson's encuiubency the weather
has simply been vile. Yesterday was
the mistiest of the season, and If
there Is not an improvement iKn, (he
vigilance committee ha declared It
intention of exterminating the Weat
ern t'nlon oltlce and the agricultural
department.
OABTOniA.
Urn
vnsanv
a- ' r'.' SS. &CGA4Ki
LENTEN SERVICES.
Calendar
for Grace Church During
Each Week.
Monday Morning prayer at 9; Sun
day school teachers or Church Broth
erhood at 7:30 p. m.
Tuesday Morning prayer at 9; boy
choir at 4.
Wednesday Morning prayer and lit
any at ; evening prayer at Holy In
nocents at 7:30.
Thursday Morning prayer at 9;
carol practice at 3:30 p. m.; evening
prayer and address at 4; boy choir and
litany at 7.
Friday Morning prayer and litany at
9; evening prayer and address at 7:30;
choir practice.
Saturday Morning pruyer at 9; Sun
day School Guild at 10. confirmation
cluss at rectory (for young members)
at 4.
The ladles meet at the hotel Tlgh
Tuesday and Wednesdays In the after.
noon to make the vestment for 'the
boy choir.
Frnh from tho mills for 1S97 Ashing,
Lvery ball guaranteed. Please report
any Imperfection. BEWARE OF IMI
TATIONS. Every boll must be marked
"MARSHALL & CO., SHREWSBURY
MILLS." Manufactured from selected
flax specially for COLUMBIA RIVER
FISHING. See that every ball bears
the MARSHALL label.
. 7. 8. 9. 10, 11. 12. 13. M-ply 40'i.
12, 13, 14, 15, 18-ply 50's.
7. 8, 9. 10-ply 30's.
Soap Foam
Washing Powder
IS
QUEEN OF KITCHEN
AND LAUNDRY
Pure White, It Will Not Make
the Clothes Yellow, nor Injure the
Finest Luce.
Report of tho Condition
OK THJt
First National Bank
OF ASTORIA,
ai AHtona. in the stats i.r nr....,.,. n,.
KMOURCK.
Overnrafli secured aii&msjviireiL' '. ' !, OS
L. n, llmiUs to e. ure clreulHtln IZJViO 0U
It .l "" "!) ., i,imo oo
Other Kesl lunate iiiT"ji'oVti(tt(
Due from national iaiik"i"(iiot rese'rvi'
18,123 10
line nirn ff l.ioib. ut t.'.'.'.'.'u.'.'l k-Vkj ....
Hue from approved reierve aieiils mi.m, W,
lie'k and other canh Items (ri Mi
ol i,l older National I'.io.u- uMn
MekeiH and cams " 'Am
I.A WFI I. MOSKY KKSKBVC 1 ! BAHK, VlZi
"lieele Siiti r(m M
IavuI tender note. tl7r, , 104 575 no
K' ileiii(,tin f dii.i with U. H Ireanurer
(1 per cent, of circulation 1....
m 6(1
Total
. .tWI.lOJ 1
I.TAHIUTIKS.
'ariltal Hloek nuhi h,
Miiriihn fund .'I..!!'
H).m 00
10,000 00
unairided profits ex-
iM'riM'S Ufl.l t..u.
National hank notes oiii"
HtaiMlinir..
Individual dep'nli's"ii"b"-'
) '! to i he, k ..XM;m M
Uem-nd eertlfleates of iW-
tfi!t 00
l"',l' T 32,(S52 33.1,201 S3
Total ;;; IC.1,lfl9 It
"taie 01 On-gon. I
iiliuyiif i;ialoi, (
I. S. (rordoil. CllMllter of tliA ahnvA nuniAt
tiailk. flO H4,..llllV HMiir tllMf th HhOVe HtHlf..
ment Is tnie 10 the heit of my knowelga and
belief. g. 8. (KJltliO.M. Cashier.
Hiiiwrlhed ami sw.im to nefore me this J'-tb
(Ja of March, If7. .
HKAL y. B0EI.UNG,
. Notary fuOlla
CorTeCt-Attest :
WM. M. I,AI)I. ,
'. KLAVKI,. I Directors.
JOl'H A.UKVIJ5, S I
The L,tK't?
eViat a C t !
SOMETHING
Wt don't Ukf the I'liliUe li no foollnli t0 kfllevo any
Sfwrekrrirr who makt rlille uliiiaMUliiiPng; what w eUim
U: That we excciievery Clothing House In Astoria, both In Variety
and rrice.
Our Spring Stock
of
Hen's Suits.
Vt I V
Boys' and Child'
Reefers c Sailors,
HATS!
N
ever
Neckwear.
Fancy
Ovcrshirts.
Pants, Underwear, Umbrellas,
r thing Carrie In a Cipl( n
' ihntlcaien't and Hoys' Store..;
HERMAN WISE.
The Champion
ruR hint.
FOR RENT Elegant room, with or
without board; 7 Franklin avenua.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms.
with bath, for gentlemen only. Apply
at S14 Seventeenth street.
FOR RENT J dwelling house In
Eastt Aatoria. of 9. 7 and 4 room re.
spectlvely. Terms reasonable. Inquire
at 1645 Harrison avenue.
WANTED.
W" AN TED A g'Nxl farm hand None.
but a strong, reliable man of gone! ruih-1
lbs, w lu understnmlH milking, nrd j
apply. m'n. IJ0 per month. In.iulr"1
f Sherman & Thing. j
WANTED A good girl Immediately
Apply 558 Conwnerelal street.
FOR BALE.
FOR SALE Forty f.ml sciov for sale
cheap. Aply 574 ('omenerenil street.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT.
II. S. LYMAN,
Ohlce. Hotel Tlglie, corner lith and
rranaun. Hours, nnsl Wetiru-wlay of
every month, 9 a, m. to 1 p. m. Every
Saturday, i a. m. to 1 p. m.
H. A. SMITH. JLt-t
DENTIST. "ft
Rooms 1 and 2. Pythian Building,
ovet C. II. Cooper's store.
DR. O. B. ESTE8,
PHYSICIAN AND 8UROBON.
Special attention to diseases of woman
and surgery.
Offlca over Danilger's store. Astoria.
Telephone No. (1
DR.
JAY TUTTLE,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office, rooms 6 and , Pythian bulldg
531' Commercial St, Residence same.
Tirlcphone W.
Acting assistant surgeon V. H. Ma-
line hospital service.
H. T. CROSBY,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
4l Commercial street
J. Q. A. BOWLBY,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
AT LAW.
Office on Bond street, Astoria, Or.
JOHN T. LIGHTER,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Office, upstairs, Astorian Building.
J. N. Dolph. Richard Nliaa.
Chester V. Dolph.
DOLPH, NIXON DOLPH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Portland, Oregon, 24. 25, M and 7
Hamilton Building. All legal and col
lection busln as promptly attended to
Claims against the government a spe
cialty.
Warrenton Is
Columbia Harbor
Land Co.
CORNER...
BOND and
ELEVENTH STS.
Mats on application.
Asslorltt,
Whal ThyP( lluylng.
For Nothing!
Is great! Kvor gannont wt-ll wwed
iiml gimrnnut'il to lit. Prin-s tlio
loSVt'rl.
A niitft liitntlmiiit' assort incut at very
ivnstuuililc prices.
Our Hut ami Cup Depart incut i
complete, the newest stylts, the low
i st figure t.
(H'Ior lias nnv Imuso in As
toria fhownjsnch a variety; nil the
new shades ami styles. T.io and $1
ties for ;"0c, ami others in proportion.
Still' ami soft bosom; percale, wool
ami silk shirts of the celcbmtel
". Monarch Hrand."
jet
Clothier of Astoria.
SOCIETY MEETIN04I.
TEMPI. K LODGK NO. T, A. F. and
a. M. Hegular communication bald on
(be first and third Tuesday avanlng et
ach month. a
J. W. LOUNSDKHItT, W. kCl
K. C. IIOMiEN. Secretary
AHTOKIA IKON WOHKM
Front St., foot of 4th, Astoria.
General Machinists and Boiler Makesr
La u4 Martas Esflnss. Bollst werk, Sleea
anst aa4 Caaaery Work Specialty.
CasOOh e All Dsetttpnoes M4 la OriM e
Sken Hoiks.
John fox.... President and SupSrlntendenl
A. U rox Vlos ITealdeol
O. 11. Prael Mecretar?
First National Bank. Treasurer
ASTORIA PUBLIC LIBRARY
READINO ROOM FREB TO ALU
Open avary day frota I e'olock U 1:11
and to l: p. m.
SuheciipttoB rates II per annum.
H.W. COX. ELEVENTH A LOAN! Tt
Do you know
that the
Daily
Astorian
added Fifty
new paid sub
scriptions to
its list during
the month of
January,
1 897?
This speaks
for itself.
the Best...
THE CENTER OF
ON THE WEST SIDE
Everybody knows' that Warrenton values will soon be
doubled. It Is distinctly the best property
on the market.
Fine large level lots, surrounded by many Improvements, .
at very low prices.
Is t not a fine Investment?
RREMNER & HOLMES
5J,t0M Blacksmlthi
Special Attention Paid to Mtaatuboat Ra
pairing.
First olaas florwhoeing, BtO.
U0GG1NQ CAMP CQORK R SPECIALTY
IVT t'l.NKY ST. i bet. U and th.
.SNAP A KODAK.
at any man eoiiilns out ul
our star and you'll
pnrtrall ot mail vrlinmlaa
over with pleasant llioiujhla,.
Hush quality In lh muuta.
a tiavalaellstaissaouiikU,
lileasasny nisa
COMIf ANI THY TllltfVt
liUQUUS & CO.
A. V. ALI.ICN,
tltALI'K IN
Cirovftle , Flour, KerJ, ProvMnns, Fruit,
VegrtaMM, Ctoery, ( n J
PUteJ Wre . Loggf r' Suppllf.
Cor. Taath and Commarelal street.
J. 13. wYAirr
Pheat Na. Asterte, Oraa
Hnnlwnre,
ShipClunHllcryfc
(.roocricH,
ProvlHlotiHk
I'AINTM mid t)ILM.
aetlal Attsatlea Pal la teeelvlai kale.
IR;a i8o
Fisher
Brothers,
Lubricating
OILS
A SiUlly.
' Sell ASTORIA.
Ship Chandlvry,
Hardware,
Iron it Steel,
Coal,
OrocoricH A Provinionrt,
Flour A Mill Feeds
Paintu, Oils, Vamishw
IiOpgerB Suppliea,
Foirliank'8 Scaled. j
Doors A Windows,
Agricultural Implement
Wagons A Which.
Emil Schacht
architect
GF0, NIC0LL. Assistant.
OFFICB;
ropp's New Brewery
Japanese Goods
Orientnl Curloa.
NoveltleH
WJNGJJEE.J43 Commercial St.
W. L. HOI3H
Real Estate and Insurance
IIO KI,KVKJTII NT.
orrica wltli K, A. Taylor.
SEASIDE SAtfluTIib.
A complete stock of lumber on hand
In th rough or dressed. Flooring, rus
tic, ceiling and all kind of finish; mold.
Inga and shingles. Terms reasonable;
and prlcea at bedrock. All ordera
promptly attended to. Office and yard.
at mill. H F U LOO AN.
Seaside, Oregon. Proprietor.
uThe Louvre"
ASTOKI.'S GORGEOUS
ENTERTAINMENT HALL
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Vina Music (limn af All Kinds,
Magnificent liars.
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Good Order and Everybody's Right
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Cedar Shingles
SEASIDE LUMBER YARD,
OFFICE 355 COMMERCIAL ST.
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