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ASTOHIAN. SUNDAY, JUNK 8. 1902
From San Francisco is due to ar
rive Monday with Fresh Fruits
Ross, Hlgglns 5fc Co.
The Morning Astorian
rliTLA.'l, June T.-Wiwicni tiro
(mi niil WVmcrn WiililiiK,luiiliiihiiy.
Iiurreaxing rl.,u.iii. r.irm Uy liow.
r, cooler; jit..iii invguit-slHiwer,
iluiml. 1.I..111H, cooler Monday; Kual.
vl'll Washington tiinl Northern Idaho
llKTrluillHf ru.il.-l, CtllUIIIUtjd warm,
Chitiun lls (veil, grain and bay,
J. M, Ji-Iiikimu uiii wife are spend
ing Humlny tit l'm-ilund.
Mr. A. J. Tiiyl"! mi'l iluuglier lime
gun- in KIhm-I fur Mm itumiiicr.
A lim r.llli uiiliiiw hi bulk.
We liuvi" iltrm. Johiuiun llrw.
A shipment of Oivttuit wii-ntpri-liM
r! du to uri-j v f,.r Johnson Uihm,
Tlf! i'uluinll Itivur lightship was
liiU.'li "iill,ii In her Hint lun ytwUnliiy
I'urrflalii liathn, chntnpUm IxKitlittuk,
txvld.-nt Itiii'lH-r Simp,
Hy lining u your uinlliig rder
f.w mnirtlvnw you will g?t Ui bvsl
the murk! uffnriU.
Vi.ii uill rind Uiw Ihki l&c mcftJ In
llw city t Uip KUIng Hun ItvHtwutant.
No. 81.' i-'uiiitiii-rt lal trcut.
'ilunililit KhiT f ore. m : At I'orl
lund iiinl Tlif tnlin Hip river will
luly r,il f,ir ii f..v days,
.1 r. lvmcni ivl family i-iuiinJ
ymivtslay fr.im Iw Amide uttit n
lmt iii 'iiltfornlu nf mvit mouth.
Now utm-H i'f fmu-y good Jijut ar
rival nt Yokohama lintasr. Osll una
-. Hi.' It-t novel tin frmii Jitpnn.
W. j iVuily, llw It.inluare man mi
I'nii.l n.ii, lukA iiiik of Ut ptvittcit
ir in iil.-.l lm U tiiiliiwn In ,i city.
Tin- Hriiixh iriiiii utiMm.-r t'yniUi
line, from I'silnnu viii Him Franc W.
iti. Ii iii In ilu- i 'uliimlitn tomorrow,
.IU h.i i,ulir. ijui-fii of Aniiirla'a
liut iiiniti.il hifHiii. ttiut In the city
.-Ki.-i.l;iy l:h Hi.. T. I'. A. rx.uil.iii.
Si n.l iii .mi- injur fur your winter'
mil'l'ly nf nr. ulul) in- liurd wo,h h, Kel
ly. III., li.iimfi.r num. I'hom; S2M Murk.
All Kiimkcra Miiukt! Iliu "1'rlda of
Anioilu" ilKiim. .No bailor imu.
.Miimifaitiiiwl by Mm l-Vrluim & Knu
Iwl. ''iimin iii Iiik i.imurriiw w will rt1-
mriiw lii'i i Ii h dully, illi-rt i from
the irrowiTK at .Ml. Tuliur. JoIiiuhiii
Tin. Ih-m mtiik ii miiukir van mimko
I tilw li Hi.. rla-ur. It Ih ih imxliiiH
.if Ami,. ilu Hklll.'. wlilli- i.nr iin.l In
n. il cxi'i'llwl,
Wuniiti A Rill for ki nmal Ihun
wink unit tin I n rixikliiK. Aply in tv
Ken. lull iialiinrt, curni'r TlUrt! and
A Kiiind Lull tn dixlli'aU' th iii-w rev
riMiH.in Ilu II at Firt' Sti-vftia I undir
roiiii-iiililiitliin by tlio oitlivrM, to lak
,ih .. .m l lie 2inh.
A t-iiiiimd of I'ln-ap and nuilltim
lirlifd lifdnNiin milttn JuhI rwvlwO.
V. offi-r lln-ni at rixluriijl irlw fin
IliU wi-k niily. (all and" (.xinnlne.
("HAS. HKII.ItnltN & SON.
Have You Seen
The fine Line of Opaque Window Shades we are
selling at i cents?
Live when yon live and sleep on one of our hair mat
tresses. All mattresses made to ordor from $.'10 down
Sec our Mantle Beds with Yum Yum Springs from
One hundred useful household articles at " cents each
Wo sell on small profits,
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD
lif rrram, kiMruitt..! pur, tlHIvwpJ
to any (mrt of the city, is evrtta a tlm.
Ii crwwn amla, Heat frh catidliw.
I'rlvate rm. J'arlor Cawly Hlnw,
W t"iiiinicliil atrw-t.
Tim only iIim to buy tollot aj-llclt
and ilnimtlHi aundrlo U at ltoyni'
.li uifiiloni. You kno whi-rt? it h; rail
mid rxmiiltii' gihuU.
UHT Itumlili-r Wcyoli-, J!K) mod
I. KlinliT will iiIkimw rt-turti lo Frank
VViMidllrld'a tiiy'Uf rii)Hlr Iiii on
llniid ulni't and got reward.
W intiiiiit irov ihat Knhllllna'a lxl
imlilnif itiwiUr 1 Utlrr ilhmi any oth-
pr, Inn you can, and II trimll tii you
iiot'hiiitf to n' ll.-J.ihiiniMi Htuh,
n " T. I'. A." mud of m-ttlnit
nivdii-a. In th -window of Koiird &
Xioki- foinpany, la our rf tin- nvwi
irll.ll.- ilorm of work In thn city,
A lurid? nuititjcr r l)i T. t'. A h iaa.
l thnut-l y?ti'rday on tit? Cilumlil:i
in r.mli. for Hmi Krant'lacu, Tin
m..(iiiiT Inid atHt I .VI .awn-iiK..r In
Jmiim A. Malurkcy, ir. i.,.nt of Ml
IiiIvi.Xh4 Hh and . IXitm- Cmnininy;
whit lila family la ncc-upying Mu Krn
diill ii-,.-n.- (,n Ililrd uim) Kxctiaiup.
Ii, II.' tn hnlr if.Mid- wllilira,
mix, trilby. rtt' ran b utMcrml of A.
K. rit-rn, ().. Went lUtrli.T Hhoi.
Full Umi f the j.t tonlca atul tjui1-r
At l bin atMtiuin of tin? year It la hard
mutliT to procure nli. Juicy oruiiK.w;
Imt we have lcn auewnnful In (rctHna
n liinr ablpmcnt of very fine atock.
John A. Monirrmifry, a.t No. 425
Ihiiul atrM, duM All klnda of tlnnlnif,
plumbing. Rita and inmin flltlnir
promptly ni1 skillfully and at vry
1iHi-ra on the kite clis tbut ar aot.
tllnu nfT their tipta, and U d.M-ii not
Hvin thitt llicy ar iimklna a. mlxtuke.
Then- uukht nit to b- a doubilnK
'rttoiiiiHi left now.
It.mlMi omU limta loiufw. la eluiner
and liniki 1"M tiDiltiH? with Hlovea
un.l cbliiini'y Illicit than any other eroil
mi the market. Ocortte W. Sunlxun,
ilttelll. 'JVIephollP 1311.
Mm. II W. 'hiHtenwiJ, Mia. Ida
Mil, hell. MInm KlUl Jobiimu-li, of S.nl
Hide and 1taj. 8. lmnlup were m
tiintw on tin? I'olunihlA yiterday for
Sun l;Vmu'li-o fnm Aatorlu.
Mr. II.Minan Wine him removed It hi
beai'il He auya, however, that 11 wuji
not removed from (iolltlca.1 reaaona but
an a matter of tati?. Mr. Wlae will go
to Portland today on bulnea.
Water conmimera will Ih-ht In mind
thiiit Tu.wday, June 10, In th hint day
on which t pay wa.ter raitoa In order
to avoid tile iwiialty whli?h la ajfcwweil
on all dellniiuonta nfler that dale.
An encrsret'lc young man of (rood
i hiirnctor w ho wWn a powltlon w"hlh
will pay fnun HO pw month up. ac
iiilliiK,t 1 tiha amount of tJmp and
talent employnl, may Inquire at the
" The H.ople li thla country look like
itUntH. Kven the women Umk extra
onllmirlly large," aald it South.'.tier
ywteiilay. " Our race aoem like a
diminutive one compared with the re
built people of Wte count. Our lell.ntte
llitle women, pretty and aweet na they
can be, and whiwe beauty ' anil t he
uppiiiiicbcd, Imik like dolla comiwivd
wllh the vltrorgu beauitlea of the Pa
PHONE 2145 BLACK
Tho ateainer T, J. lttw, now on the
lliinmiln'a tun between Aatorlu and
I'orlhind, while (tin latter I belnif over
hauled, will maka her Drat trip through
lo II wntv) n tho aummttr achmlula on
, (ouhw.w carry tha Imrgeat And
beat ttHetrttd alock In the city, The
line Include luttilt amiwPh nd tulHed
couchea, which w r ffortng at tow
er iiricea ha,n other denl(fra. Charlea
lltllHwn A fon.
The ateamer Italley Oatzert la U
carry an A. O, t, W, xcurloii from
The Dallf Ui Portland tmrfrrnw for
fbe attpreme lodge meeting. The vla
llliig Workmen will come to Anlorla
next Thurmlay, '
Fiiuntl A bunch of keya were found
and handed Into the Aatorlan office ktt
nlrHt by Mr. Charlea Campbell. The
own-r may have mime by railing at
I'lila oltlre and d.-w rlblnif the keya and
paying for thla notice.
TIm Tuke IVilnl Oyatar Houae la
enally d'nlng the envlble reputatlim
which t la making for ltaelf aa the
bt plm on the coaat for oyater dln
nera. Treat youraelf and friend Ui
mininthlng really good today.
K very mate In the t'nlon waa rep
resented In AMorla except Maine and
l'eniiiylvanlu. Tlieiv were more TtX
iin here than repreaentnllvea frwni
any olht-r atnte. There were alxteen
from Hi-iiuiiioiit. the oil center, !one.
The regubir annual meeting if the
laximvera of oil dlatrict No. 1 will
lie held In the Shlvekv achool building
nn June lHt. at 7:30 p. m. ' On the
a.utie dale will tie held the annual
el:i eleciinr. fir the elertlort of one
The itchnoner Anltft hiui lH-n char
tered to carry a cargo of redar tele
phone le from Wewtport to San Pe
dro, t'al. It waa necewary to out porta
In her bow In order to get the pole
Into rtie hold. S"he I to leave for
The fiiner.il of the la.te Iouln Hoent-
en. Jr., will take place thla efterooon
at l.m from the family residence on
piiBiie atr.-et. The fum-ral will take
place under 1he nuaplcea f the Kaglea
and the Interment will 4ake pla In
(Sn-i nwoiKl cemetery.
A ItfSINBSS OPfOim'MTY.-
To the right party we vlll -Hve ex-
limlve aale of our proiluct In Oliutaop
I'minty. Keuulre ltnrttl advance
payment for the gixnla. Aildrera, in
ternatloiuil power Vehicle Co., draw
er t!. Stanford. Conn.
" What atruck me mwt forcibly,"
.ild an Kvilnn traveller yesterday.
"la the handxoine women In thla
inuntry. Their complexion are health
ier nd they aeem to p., more life
and vigor mid energy titan the worncii
of the Unit. Th?-y look like picture.'-
" One of the greatrat aurprlmw to
me." wild a prominent travelling man
yeKliliiy, bt your mualc. 1 have
travcli d all over the country and I
never 'heard flinr mualc tluin wna fur
nixhtil by your local hand. It would
do credit to the largeat city In the
T'.-e liiglea have rei-elved the flower
to Iw used In dicoraung the grave of
Uiula H(Vntg'n today, A large eagle
has been woven mt of dower, which
will be plarxl on the grave, and It I
considered by thiwe who have een It
aa a 'ihlng of beauty and a fine piece
Out of consideration of the pplendld
work performed by the Astorian In
rendering aKbuun in making the
entertiUnment of the mentbera of the
T. P. A. a aucceaa, the member of
thl gi-eat order made the editor of
the Aatorlan an honorary member of
the order yesterday.
II. P. Ahlberg. of Gray Illver. re
turned fr.nn Fort Plain, Wash., where
he had been Jn (attendance upon a ses
sion of the Sta,te Grange. He says
Mien wre ovr to tmnbera present
and that a growt number of well-to-do
business men were among the number.
He brought baok with !hlm inme of the
enthual.wm of Wie meeting.
As aoon as the )reent freshet In the
Columbia will permit. It la the Inten
tion of the light-house board to estab
lish . a gaa buoy showing a flashing
white light near the position of the
present Innei' bar buoy. Thla will be
done as n experiment only, and If it
dois not give aaitleflicttoti it will be
dlseittlnued without notice.
Society iH'onle of Astoria almmUmed
their regular society work this week
and made It a general social wek In
hli'h they spent the time entertaln
ig visitors. Next week promises to
can active we?k In s.-lnl clrvrea. The
enther looks favorahl-, the evenings
are getting longer and this stimulates
the people to look for pleasure.
Now for the Fourth nt July celebra
tion! Let everybody get in line. The
committee requests that na many mer
chants as possible begin to prepare to
place flottils In the parade aa It takes
considerable time to design prlxe-wln-ners
and there will be Beveral good
prUea offered for best floats. Musi-
clans, songvters, etc., ahrjuld also con
sult the commltltee consisting of Rev,
W. 8. Short and Messrs. Griffin and
Thompson, who will have charge of
the music for the occasion. It la hop
ed to get at least 250 voices In the
dtvolr for this feature of the program.
Htilpplng movement yewtenlay wer
am follow: . The Ortnll liner Indra
veili (eft up the river at midnight; the
Hu .11. Blmor roed tt for Tllto
rmxik at In. in.; the Columbia (;nnl
oxt for Man Kranclaco at 11:30; the
atea.m schooner Aberdeen with lumber
and deck load of -edar teln'bone pole
for Itedondn, Cm!., croawwi the lair at
Men. women, boy and girl should
avail thctrmelve of the excellent oppor
tunity for gaining a working knowl
edge of parliamentary law and usage
from the courae of lectures j be given
undor the auepVe of Una Woman's
Club by Mr. Mllnn (Vile-IMihH. Her
Instruction ha the highest endorse
ment a to practical merit. The five
kteture tt only fl,
Mr. J. J. Kinney received a telegram
faat ovenlnr from Mr. Joe Grlbler, who
I reprenentlng lib local aerie of Ea
gle at the grand aerie, which la in
setMion at Minneapolis. Minn., aa a
delegate, slating that the grand aerie
had re-eleoted the present grand pres
ident, seenury and treajiurer, and
that the next meeting of the grand
aerie will be In New York In Septem
ber. When Mayor Suprenant, Herman
I'rael, O. C. Fulton, K. W. Tallant. W.
T. Chutter. Cha. V. Brown, F. I Ir
ker, Walter L, Robb. F. J. amey and
Will Madison put IhiMr hould-r to
(he wheel they mnke a success of the
undertaking. When they w ere appoint
ed a committee to arrange the enter
tBlnms;rt for rhe tiraelllng men, the
appointing power knew what it was
Tomorrow evening the Madison
Sipiare Theate' Comimny oj.ens their
week's engagement at Fishers' opera
houe. pnnluclng the laughable com
edy "A Mountain Waif." No doubt
the house will be crowdeil as a large
number of seat have b-en sold at
Grlflin & Heed'. Tlie cotniiny la
proiKitinced as being one of the best
repertoire companies travelling and
producing plays at popular price
10c. 20 and 30c.
The report was circulated that the
A. it C. Ii. R. Co. did nrt do It duty
In entertaining the travelling men at
Astoria yenterday. It was charged
agatnst the company that it had not
subscribed aa liberally as It should.
Cpon InveatlgaUon last evening the
Astorlati learned that the management
bad been strongly istrumerrtal In ori
ginating 'Jte plan of tSie visit to As
toria. The manage not only offered
free transportation to the T. P. A. or
ganization and Its friends some time
ago, but gave It yesterday. The train
was furnished free, perfect service
wws given, and the maiiHgemeR re
ceive! the congratulations of the mem
bers of the organization, who declared
that the service waa perfect, and all
of this did not cost any one one cent.
General Fivlght and Passenger Agent
J. C, Mayo corroborated this statement
At a Joint nit-cling of the committees
from the Push Club and the Woman'
Club held last afternoon, comiiosed of
Mrs. Troy .'r, Mrs. Thomjison, Miss Had
ollet and Mrs. Klmore, and Drs. Hen
dcrsin, Pllklngton and Hall, tempor
ary' ogailaa'lon was perfected of a lo
cal Civic Improvement Association.
At the meeting Dr. Henderson was
appointed temporary chairman and
Miss BadolU t waa appointed temporary
secretary. At a meeting to be held
Thursday, June 12, it Is tlie purpose
to organize a iermaiient branch of the
National Civic Improvement Associa
tion. A committee consinting of Mrs.
Klmore, Mrs. Thompson, Drs. Hender
son, Pllklngton and Mayor Suprenant,
was appointed to draft a constitution
ami by-laws for the ptrnianent organi
zation which are to b submitted at
the June 12 meeihiff. It la he purpose
of the members of the organtaztlon
when made permanent lo invite the
Irving and Commercial Clubs, the
Chamtier of Commerce and Push Club,
the City Council and Woman's Clubs
and all other associations and organ
izations In the city desiring to aid In
the Improvement and betterment of the
chv, to Join the association In its
MISSION 9WKVICKS AT ST. MARY'S.
Itev. Walter Hopper, of San Fran
clsco, arrived In the city yesterday and
will officiate tomorrow at St. Mary's
church. He will he Joined early In the
week by Father Smith, who is the Su-
In any line of merchandise we arc
better able to satisfy you than any
concern In the city. No matter what
other stores may offer you, you are
always certain of saving money when
you patronize us. Every time a com
parison la made we gain a customer.
STANDARD PRINTS 2c.
25c TABLE CLOTH Co
60 and 75c SHIRT WAISTS 31c
15c ZEPHYR GINGHAM. ..SHc
10c FKRCALBS 6c
PINS, per paper lc
LESS THAN COST.
MORSE'S DEPARTMENT STORE.
508-10 Commercial St Aatorla, Ore.
Advantage of a Lifetime
pertor of the I'anllm society of the
coast, and together, the fathers will
conduct the exercises of the mission.
Scrvlc? today will be at the usual
hour and at the high mum at Vi.ZD
Mm mission will he formally opened
to continue throughout the week.
Week day musses -will lie at and
a. m with sermon, th former for the
working claww ami others who may
desire to attend and the ' lattter for
the general public and children. Bv
ery evening a dogmatic Instruction
will be preached at the 7:30 session.
The faXhers are very able and eloquent
men and the entire course of sermon
will prove highly Interesting. A cor
dial welcome to the public.
ASTOHIA'S LOCAL BAND.
The local band, known as the t agle
Military band, should be a source of
pride to the citizen of At'rl;i. Ac
customed to good music they do not
fully appro-'late the merits of their lo
cal band. It is not until visitors call
their att-n1on to It that they think
erlouly of the matter. They Just
take It a a matter of course. The G.
A. it. member, and other visitors at
the Ume, tho traveling men yester
day, In fa?u on every occasion upon
which the local band has turned out
visitors to the city have remarked
that Astoria possessed the fcet band
In the Pacific Northwest, Thl Is true,
it has not an equal outside of San
Francl.ico, and not a superior there.
Every member of the band 1 a skilled
musician, and they play well together,
ir.d fo fine music they cannot be ex
celled. They have fine Instruments,
and hav Just lately received their
new uniforms, which- are the finest
money could buy, and are equipped
to furnish the city flrst-clas music
and to make a flrst-cla! show on any
occa.n during the summer.
Th"y deserve the hearty support of
the busl.vw men and public general
ly and ah.ul 1 receive every encourage
ment to keep them together and keep
up 'th? high standard of music. Asto
ria' band ts one of her most valuable
institution and It Is well to sustain
It at every opportunity.
Followlng new book have been re
ceived at the Astoria free public li
brary: The House With the Green Shutter.
Dougless; Marietta, F. Marlon Craw
ford; The Thrall of Lief (She Lucky,
O. A. Llllzencrantz; Dorothy Vernon,
Paul Leicester Ford; Shadow of Quong
Lung, Dr. C. W. Dozle; King and
Queen of Molletousch, George Kbtr;
Quinsante, Anthony Hope; The Action
and the Word, Brander Mathews; Au
tobiography bf a Quack, S. W. Mitchell;
The Money Sense, John Strung Win
ter: Two Vols., Sketches In Egypt. C.
D. Gibson; Without Prejudice, L. Lang
will; Two Thousand Tiars of Musi
cians B.'fjr? Carey, Dr. Parnea, Mrs.
Wiggs of the Cabbage P.it.-h, Hejan;
Diary' of a Goose Girl, Kate Dimji.tM
THE KING'S CORONATION.
The Kinu's coronation promises to
i be the most elaborate and costly puhlic
function of modern times, and our
country H to be represented there Dy
three prominent statesmen selected by
the president, who will represent our
'tttate, army and navy. Many other pi o
! tt-,11 fflian aiioiia the ceremonies, vho
will take the ocean voyage principally
aa a means of improving their hea'tn.
They will, however, only obtain tempor
ary relief, and their old complain : will
surely appear again when least cxfict
ed. The b?st way to recover your
health' is bv strengthening and restor
ing the stomach to its normal condi
tion ry the use of Hostetter's Stomach
Bitters. It is a positive cure fir Ijss
of appetite, nervousness. Insomnia, in-dig-Mtkm,
dyspepsia and malaria.
THE LATEST IN BERRIES.
Order while they last. The Logan
berry, a hybrid between the tame
blackberry and red raspberry; fruit,
very large, deep reddish maroon color,
rich flavor, no core. Mammoth black
berry, hybrid between the wild black
berry and Loganberry. Fruit very
large and melting. Strong flavor of
wild blackberry. Danes of both are
strong, vigorous and prolific. A dozen
plants of either variety bear enough
for large family.
Sent, expressage prepaid, on receipt
of $2.30 per dozen. Mention this pa
per. NUVBlTI JTKU1T CO.,
WatsonviUe, Santa Cruz. Co., Call.
SUITS OUK CLIMATE?.
The rapidly Increasing use of shin
gles as covering for the walls of build
ings, both to keep out the weather and
for ornamental purposes, make a
great demand for a shingle ftaln which
preserves the wood, prevents moss, and
retain a fresh, handsome appearance.
Particularly la such the case In damp
climates. The need Is well met In a
perfect article made right here in As-
orla. Cutblrtha Creosote Shingle
Stains are penetrative, preservative,
handsome and durable. They are put
up in eight colors and every package
All Eagles are requested to assem
ble at aerie rooms at 1 oVI.tek p. in.,
Sunday, June 8, to attend the funeral
of our late Brother Loula Itoentgen,
which takes place from the family
residence on Duane street near Twelfth
at 1:80 sharp. By order of
J. N. LAWS,
C. E. FOSTER, Worthy Pres.
The T. P. A. committee will meet
tomorrow at 10 a. m. to pay all bills
contracted on account of the travelling
men's entertainment. Bills must be
filed with F. L. Parker.
WHITE WAISTS "IT"
Every lady in Astoria must admit that tho
White Waist is by all odds tho Waist of
the season. We have tin largest and most
varied assortment ever shown in Astoria
and at popular prices 50c, 75c, $1, 11.25,
$1.50, fl.7", $2 to 4.50.
Call and compare our values with others.
C Dpr I A I 30 yds JM P0RTEDSI I ANTUNG"
Ul LvllL Pongee Silk at price of Domestic.
49 cents a yard
Sold everywhere at 75 cents per yard.
NOT CIIKAI' GOODS, BIT
UOOO GOODS C1IKAIV
I STRICTLY FOR THE HOME
A NEW CONSIGNMENT OP lnflan D-el-Qte
BRIGHT A N 0 ORIGINAL inUldil DdSRCtS
, . FINE v
Fancy Crockery SK"
Souvenir Dishes is tot city.
Fancy Silver Ware mi0rien
Cut QIaSS, EtC. Promplly Filled.
FOARD & STOKES CO.
Thoroughly renovated and modernized. The most
popular eating place in Astoria. ' Open all night.
Only white help. John Blasich, Prop., Eleventh St.
Special Drive on Rugs
Add Comfort and Beauty to Your Home
Handsome Patterns, Best Qualities, Prices, from 35c up.
Lovely Moquettes 95c and Upward. Handsome Pro
Brussels Art Squares, f 4.50 and Upward
Nothing Better. Prices Lowest. Call and See.
H. H. ZAPF, The House Furnisher.
TRULLINGER, EASTABROOK & CO.
THEO. BR ACKER
Jobbers and Dealers in
CIGARS, TOBACCOS, SMOKER'S ARTICLES, FLAYING
CARDS, STATIONERY, AMBER GOODS, CUTLERY, ETC.
T MEERSCHAUM AND BRIAR FIFES I, ' I
We are prepared to make them on
short notice and. of the best materials.
Let us give you estimates on any kind
of casting or pattern work. Lowest v
prices for first-class work.
TELEPHONE NO. 2461.
515 Commercial Street
Finest Restaurant in the City
Regular Meals, 25 cents,
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W. M Whipple
Scow Bay ErcnO
Cor. 18th and Fiaoklla ve.