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THE MORNING ASTOKIAK. 'VUfcSbAV, OCTOBER 17,
Headquarters for Dry (mmhIh on the Lower Columbia
The A. Dunbar Co,
Ladies' Handkerchiefs, 19c.
1X not miss irettinif nne-liAlf doiteu or so "f o ir 2.V AM. LINTS'
L:iditV lUibTiilrrvd llHiulktivha (t (or l!lc, i-.il. Lot tliU utek.
Men's Women's and ( hildreu 'a I'mhrt'llua, nn mum use s!Nttm'tt
at popular prices.
CULLISON & CO.
Wheat and Stock Brokers
niRFn wiRFS rnNlv Vcik Stcck Exchange
10 Chicago Board of Traie
2 1 4-2 U f hamper ot I 'onirwrce,
BISHOP SCOTT ACADEMY
J. W. UlIU M. l frinitpul.
Chrlatraaa Tvrui Upa Sr. It, t.MMk
THANKS THE GOVERNOR. j be a truly loyal American. Ho Inherits
loyalty, lie U taught loyalty, ho
Astoria Progressive club Expresses lis breathes loyally, as a boy. The Indies
Appreciation. ' eouldn't l'e ?,s- tna patriotic If they
The Push Club has forwarded to AmI when the news from the As-
Governor Oeer the following letter, torlan offlow was read to them, giving j
which la self-explanatory: j ,h welcome lnforistion that Tunkee:
To His Excellency, the Governor of, Ingenuity. Tankj s-KIll. Yankee daring:
the State of Oregon: Hon T. T. Geer: ana unKee spirit naa irmmpned over, new noxile was tested yesterday at
D-ar Sir: The Astoria Progressive" British lnirnu::y, British skill, HrltUh ,h( corner f tru. No. 2 engine house.
Commercial Association desires hereby daring and BKtlsn spirit, there was a Trie idea of the noxxle Is to throw
to tender to you Its sincere thanks for( spontaneous manifestation of patriotic water In any direction and In any shape
A Boarding ar.4 Vy School Uixtw
sianafemant awea ISIS.
For caMlocuM or mfrrmaUoa addraa. lb
rtneli!. J. W. HILU U. I).. P. U arawar
It, tx-lan4. Or.
Frlmary. Preparatory and Araitamlfl Dapart-
Cmt. OnlWg Preparation. Military MaelpUae,
anual Training, boja ol U aa raoetv4.
The Millinery Exposition
THE TALIi OF THE TOWN.
The Big Millinery Store
Nulling like II tolewrntllUldrolClilra..
dOO Trimmed Huts Constantly on Hand to S lat from. New
Stlcs: Nch Arrivals Dully.
your able efforts In endeavoring to In-, delight
by the manipulation of a sort of a t
duce the war departement of the unit-. Men on tne str;t may have some dlr-: ervw. It Is not the Intention of th
ed Slates to make Fort Stevens a point ference of opinion. Pome ma wish thej nre company to adopt It, since, as on
of embarkation of troops for the Phil- Shamrock to win on account of the fu-i of the firemen said, "we havei now sev
Ipplne Island. ture of International yacht racing; ertti noMes and no Art." It Is a won-
1 h association heartily, endorses some may t,hlnk a victory by the Irish i d,rful contrivance though and if put to
your eommunlcMion of October Jnd. boat will tlil furlhtf foment the frow-'a practical demonstration It Is bcllevsd
! would prove quite effectual, JV'fcvn the
to the Hon. secretary, at Var, la which li:g friendship between the two iireat
ou cali attention of that officer to the; Anglo-Saxon nation., but In the Asto.
desirability of Fort Stevens as such post
as the government ought to maintain
at the mouth of the Clumbia river, and
each and every member of this assoc
iation feels as does the association as a
whole, that a careful consideration of
the proposition by the government will
result, In the adoption of your able sug
. With the assurance ot our gratitude
'and wkh our best wishes, we have the
honor to remain. Tour obedient serv
ants. THK ASTORIA PROGRESSIVE COM
MERCIAL ASSOCIATION. j
rla schools there Is but one sentiment,
and that Is stroi g and eager. Th b. ys
test was made yesterday quite a crowd
collected to witness th performance".
The onlookers were unacquainted with
and the girls w.iu the Columbia to 'the nature of the thing and to proecl
win. They want her to win every race.; themselves were careful not to stand In
and they want her to win by "a very; front of It. It would have been bet
large majority." ! ter naj they prefered distance to mere
- "? j y a rear position. As It was they were
VIIIIam Wallace Thayer, ex-governor ; damper but a wiser set of Indl-c-f
Oregon mi.I '.-.hlef .lustlce. -lied at: vlduals.
his home n?."Vr IVrtnJ Sunday morn-1 "
Ing after a brif llltvas. He was 7J!
years old wh-n h dl?d, but was still j
PORTLAND NOT IN IT.
ably attending t u large and Impair-j Ca on B. P- Allen A Son and get
Hnt law practice when taken slek. In j Prices on Wall Paper, then go to Port
hl. public life he performed his full j ,ani1 you wish. If you And better
duty honestly and Intelligently, and In: P1" come back and we will
hl private and business affairs he was mak" yo prwnt of your contem-
known as a men to be trusted and fe-i D,atd Purchase, and give you a chance
Puplla of the High School Tleasid With : spected. His wife and Ji only son sur-! besides on a J3.5 Mason & Hamlin or-
the Columbia's Victory.
, There was a patriotic smile on many It Is a pleasure to state that there Is
an Astorian face yesterday. The bul- one clothing house in Astoria that &
Ietln8 announcing the progress of the! doing a thriving business. There are'
yacht race were watched wlOi Interest. ' two or three reasons why. First, the j
and the yellow paper posted In front of proprietor Is a skillful and liberal ad-1
the Astorian office announcing the Col- j vertlser. Second, his advertisement ;
umbia's victory caused hundreds of sells goods, and. In consequence, pa-'
gan. This ofrer holds good on prepared
B. F. ALLEN & SON.
good citizens to feel better.
trons find 1399 styles on Ms counters.
THAT JOYFUL FEELING.
With the exhilarating sense of re
newed health and strength and In
ternal cleanliness, which follows the
The Astorian sent the bulletins to whereas In two or three similar stores use ' Svr"P ' Figs. I unknown to
Principal Paine of the Astoria schools, ' in this city they are oday plaining off th few who have not progressed be-
and he read than to th high school! 1SS.7 and 1S9S goods. It Is hardly lces-; yond tne old-time medicines and tha
pupils. The American spirit Is Intense; aary to mention the name of the house. . . v .... . ., ,
f . t . , . j . lhea P tubstltutea sometimes offered
In our nubile schools. It finds a con-: His lialf-iaee nd Mis the storv. How.:
genial atmosphere there, and it ex- ever, everybody is pleased that Herman' 'jut never arcePt1 by the well-Inform-.
presses Itself upon every suitable occa- Wise has the trade. If for no other rea-1 ed. Huy the genuine. Manufactured
sion. The man of tomorrow is going to' son than that he Is "on to his Job." by the California Fig Syrup Co.
KsM JorllanJ, Ore., Mttiiufnotttrers of
tilT PJL'TTER. the Food for all
uiiel K )l CEREAL the Health
llIUHnery Sold Hcfall at Wholesale Prices.
Goir Hats with lung quills at S7c tack and up.
When ou come to the city ask to see tn NCWSTKEET
HATS, Xcw, .Nobby and Stylish Kith Tarn crowns.
Large Selection or Ihlldrta'H Tains, Tlalds, Cloths, Velvet
and Silks all I'rlees.
The Wonder Millinery Co.,
ALL CLRT T KIM MP I) HATS
PROM $4 00 IP.
Comer Morrison ami First fts.,
Renthos for the tlrlieious
The Spa Candy Factory
The largestt line of Lowncy'a
Famous Chocolutcs ever brought
to Astoria. 1
A. B. COON LET, Prop'r. 'Phone WC4
H. V. PKHNKE. Principal.
Oretfoninu Itiiililtng, I'ortlanJ, Ore.
The Pernln System was awarded the
World's Fair Medal and Diploma, No
shading: No position; Few word-signs
Day and night
414 Yamliill St, lVrtlun.l, Orenon.
Penmanship, Art .
Send for circuities.
k oecMury t sncrvaa, Students of Armstrong' Combined Theory anj
Practk of Dtiokkeeplng " icqulr this. TUey l.eKin by writing up a model set
of bojlcs prep irrd to illuttrate tlte kio of acrounta Kcl step In this work
la fully eiplair.rd by th teschsr. In diiposlng of a complicated transaction
after that, the student refers to an entry in this miMcl set containing similar con
diliotm, and studies out the application himself the teacher teeing that th work
is done correctly. Th student thus develops into self-reliant thinker. Invest!,
gat this new method of teaching. It makes bookkeeping easy. Call, or writ.
Portland Business College
Fifth and Yamhill St. A. P. Armstrong. Prln.
Open all the year. Simlcnts may enter at any time. BusincM, Shorthand
and English (Irpnrtment-i. Private or clan instruction. Catalogue free.
The Lightest Store In Astoria
Wise's Customers See What They Buy
THE BETTER THE GRADE,
THE BIGGER THE TRADE.
Coaxer No. f.
All men's suits tip to Jio, now $ 8 15
All men's suits above 10 up to 12.50, now 10 00
All men's suits above 12.50 up to $15 12 00
All men's suits above 15 up to $17.50, now 14 50
All men's suits above 17.50 up to $20, now 16 00
All men's suits above 20, up to $25, now 21 00
Coaxer No. 2.
20 percent reduction on all underwear,
Coaxer No. 3.
20 per cent off on all'Rubber Mackintoshes.
Coaxer No. 4.
All men's hats 1.50, now $1 10
All men's hats up to 2, now 150
All men's hats, regular 2.50, now 1 90
All men's hats, regular 3, now 2 10
All men's hats, regularj-so, now 2 60
All men's hats, regular 4, now 3 00
AL-irVS NOT FOR ASTORIA
WnU IS AGAINST HER!
It shall not be said that Astoria trade goes to Portland
because Astoria merchants are not wide awake enough.
tst. We keep as fine clothes as money can buy
2nd. We sell clothes cheaper than Portland can
3rd We are frith you on every proposition, while Portland is against you
THESE PRIGES WE QUOTE!
Will 50c fare induce you to become a TRAITOR to your town ?
Coaxer No. 5.
All men's overcoats, regular 10, now 7 75
All men's overcoats, regular 1 3.50, now 1000
All men's overcoats, regular 15, now u 00
All men's overcoats, regular 17,50, now 1450
Coaxer No. 6.
20 per cent reduction on all Boys' and Children' Suits
Coaxer No. 7.
All 50c box now 35 cent
All 25c sox now 3 for 50 cents
All 15c sox now.. 3 for 25 cents
Coaxer No. 8.
All 50 cent Tics now 35 cents
All 25 cent Ties now 15 cents
THE RELIABLE CLOTHIER AND HATTER