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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (April 5, 1905)
THE M0N1UNG ASTOIUAN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
GOOD and PURE
Long's Jam., Jellies and Preset-res
25c and 35c Jar.
Dundee larmalade, English,
30 cents Jar.
ROSS, HIGGINS & Co.
AfeaU for CIiih SanlboroVFmous coffees.
Star theater, vaudavlll.
Lodge Mt'tingt Tonight.
Knlhts of I'yihiu. Aator lod.
KoH-NtiTu, l'urt Astoria.
Jut rscslvsd, Kimi fancy smoksd
UaiKri , ASTOIUA OUOCEUY.
Home-made eauer kraut Co per ft.
l05 tlower eeedi now on display at
Astoria Orocrry Come early and get
Some One queen olivet at tie pel
Olivet and Pkkles In Ola". The
flnt packed. Pee
l'OARD ft STOKES CO.
A new Invoice of Eastman's celt
brntd Kodak and suppllss received
at the Owl drug etore. '
DONT fall to aec the dUpley oi
Hurler's Cheeolate, Cooea and Candlee
at A. V. ALLKN'8.
An examination of applicant for
promotion In the hospital service was
h"ld yesterday by Dr. ICarle In th cus
Th Occident tonsorlel parlor and
bath facllilie are equalled by none.
Everything modern and up to date
Kmll Henelngenn wn yesterday flnM
IN. BO for an assault and battery on
Dick Meyer by Judge Goodman. The
One was paid.
THE STAY SATISFACTORY KIND.
Your plffiv Make
Credit jL g C 4y Your
is jjffr jjffi Own
CHAS. HEILBORM , SON
Complete House Furnishers.
Wherity, Ralston Company
The Leading Shoe Dealers.
Try t (tut of Shelling bt Spice;
vwy can guarantMd. Your money
beck If It don't suit
The trwt committee will open bid
Friday for the Improvement of Twen-
ty-nlxlh etreet, t)fiwcn Kxchungo ad
Franklin, one block.
Do you know that the McCrea-Ford
Co., (38 Commercial street, are maklnij
a big reduction on all photograph
during the Lenten eeaeonT
Karl Nlml and Adolf Banklla, na
tives of plnnlnnd, and Julius Johnson,
a native of 8wfliii, were granted ttrnt
ctlKifimhlp patter ytsltrday.
New Goods, '
High Grade Good, at
FOARD STOKES CO.
It M. Guaton, at til feed stabls No.
105 14th etreet, offers for utile a LandU
harneits machine; one butcher' wall
scales, will be sold cheap.
The Imperial chop house ha com
pleted all arrangements for regular
dinner and are preps red to rorve pat
jrun with the best dinner In the city.
W. J. Hues lias opened the cleanest
J and best appointed restaurant In As
toria at 120 Eleventh street. The best
la the market, nr. J the promptest serv
P. F. Allen ft Son have Just received
a carload of wall paper In all the latest
paterne and design which they are
exhibiting at their store on Commer
The. Josephson, the shoe merchant
ho awarded a contract to Birch A
Jocobson for the construction of a
foundation for a new store On Commer
How true to the name
$3.50 and $4.00
Perfect !n Fit.
Perfect in Style.
ALL HEATHERS. BLUCHERS OR LACE.
The county court will convene this
morning In regular session. Conwld
erable business 1 to be transacted and
it Is possible that the term will occupy
the full week.
The common council la now busily
engaged In studying frenzied finance.
A few suggestion from Tbos. Lawnffn
might be opportune now that the city
la In a hole.
The Lynn Packing Company recent
ly Incorporated, have leased the plant
of the Alaska Fisheries Union of Chil-
cut, Alaska, and will operate it during
the coming season.
R. M. Gaston carries a full and
complete line , of wagons, buggle,
plow, harrow and alt kind of farm
tool and machinery at 145 Fourteenth
street, Astoria, Ore.
Cathlamet has presented a petition to
the county commissioner to incor
porate as town, and the matter was
considered yesterday. The result has
not en ascertained.
Families desiring either Colonial
or Sboalwater bay oyster can always
secure them fresh at the Imperial
oyester house, which make a specialty
f supplying families or parties. -Olympic
Pancake Flour, Del Monte
Huckwheat Flour. Now ls the time,
today. Everything In the mush line
always fresh at
FOARD A STOKES CO.
C. O. Palinberg, who hus the c-
trai t for the new addition to 8t Mary's
hospital, has commenced the construc
tion of the basement The first car
load of stone for the structure will ar
The Cathlaniet baseball nine will
give a dame at Cathluinet Saturday
IkIiI. A large number will attend
from Astoria. The Jordan will leave
early In the evening, returning the next
W. Whyte of Boise, Idaho, has
taken charge of the McCra-Ford
studio for a time, and for the next 3)
day will moke the beet $5.00 photo
graph for $1.50. See our work. Beat
in the city .
The usual revival services will be
held this afternoon at Uie Baptist
church at S o'clock and at the Metho
dist church thl evening at 7:10. Rev.
Ralph Gilliam wilt preach. The public
I cordially invited.
An American cltlwn wa born at
the residence of Go Fun yesterday
morning. Go Fun was lhVrally ex
emplified when the advent of the son
ami heir was - announced by the at
llernliitrd Llndenberger and bride
have arrived from Germany and yes
terday received the congratulations of
their many friends. After a brief stay
In Astoria. Mr. Undenberger and wife
will go to California to spend the
Axel Carlson, the thief who broke
Into the store of L. Larsen and stole a
quantity of clothing, was given a pre
liminary hearing yesterday before
Judge Goodman and bound over to the
circuit court In $500 bonds, and the
Bherlff has another boarder.
There Is a restaurant In town which
makes a specialty of serving fln
meals, where prompt and good service
can always be relied upon. This is
the California Restaurant, which had
just opened under new management,
and is well worth visiting.
The funeral of the late William
Hamlin was held yesterday morning
from Foiil's undertaking parlors, under
the auspices of Cushing Post, G. A.
R. Rev. h. D. Mahone preached the
funeral sermon. The interment was it.
Ocean View, In the Grand Army plot
It. has been suggested that Council
man Hansen call the attention of the
common council to the necessity of
providing a resident police commis
sion. The city attorney has evidently
overlooked his previous Intentions.
They ought to be made to either flsh
or cut bait..
Supplemental article of Incorpora
tion of the J(. Llndenberger company
were filed in the county clerk's office
yesterday whereby the capital stock
woa increased from $50,000 to $125,000.
The company contemplates making ex
tensive additions to its cold storage
and pickled salmon plant.
L. Lebak yesterday commenced Nhe
driving of spiles for the construction
of the extension of the O. R. & N.
wharf. yThe work is commenced at the
west end and will connect with the
east end of Bond street, opening that
thoroughfare tlfroiugh to the wharf.
The Improvement will cost $13,000.
There Is a wide difference between
the Portland markets and the Salem
markets. Portland quotes eggs at 1$
cents, butter at (5, apples 90c& 11.25,
potatoes at 11.35. In 'Salem eggs are
IS cents, butter 40, apples 40 70 and
potatoes tOc. It is possible that owing
to the long time required for a train to
run from Salem to Portland, the stuff
polls, bones th difference In prices.
Hon. J. Bruce Polworth has resigned
as prosecuting attorney of Wahkia
kum county and will be associated with
Smith Bros, in the practice of law. Mr.
Polworth was In the city yesterday
making arrangements for moving here.
He will not bring bis private secretary,
M. Gorman, with him. C. H. Fucjua
was appointed to fill the vacancy
caused by the resignation of Mr. Pol
At a meetlre; of the Columbia River
Fishermen's Union the price of flsh
was placed at 5 cents under 25 pounds
and cents over 25 pounds. James
Johnson was elected minister plcno
potentlary and envoy extraordinary to
Sand Inland with the rank of mayor. A
committee was appointed to see that
no licenses are granted to the Sacra
mento net thieves and river pirate.
The price adopted will do doubt be
paid by the canneries.
A. J. Ryan of San Francisco Is In'the
city on business.
E. J. Rhode of Grays river was in, the
R. Robinson of Tillamook Is register
ed at the Parker.
J. R. Burke of Cathlamet Is register
ed at the Occident
W. T. Chutter of Seattle is visiting
friends In the city.
Edward Elliott of Charleston waa In
the city yesterday.
J. W. Holmes of Portland Is regist
ered at the Parker.
Mrs. K. R. Graham of Cathlamet was
in the city yesterday.
Samuel Maddock was reported some
what better yesterday.
Hugh McCormlck of Y,0"ng river
was In the city yesterday.
Angus Gor of Portland was in the
city yesterday on business.
t It Taffe of Celllo was a passenger
down on last night's train.
Al Schroder returned from a busi
ness trip to Portland last evening.
Will Warren has returned to Astoria
after several years' absence In Al
Miss Jennette Pendcgrast of Oak
land Is in the city visiting with Mrs.
Charles Hetlborn. ,
George Hannlgan, editor of the Cath
lamet Gazette was in the city yester
day on business.
R. E.Bradburry of Seaside is In the
city and will attend the district con
ventlon of the K. of P.
Jonas Bruce Polworth of the firm of
Gorman & Polworth, dealer In politics,
was In the city yesterday on business.
A. J. Ryan, San Francisco.
J. W. Palmer and wife, Portland.
W. T. Chutter, Seattle
Mrs. E. R. Graham, Cathlamet
Mrs, Barber, Cathlamet.
W. S. Zimmerman, Portland.
Mrs Symonds, Portland
Geo. Hlbbert. Chinook.
M. P. Callender, Portland.
Lee Cochrane, San Francisco.
I. H. Taffe, Celllo.
H. E. Smith, Portland.
J. R. Burke, Cathlamet.
Ed Gallagh, Cathlamet.
G. Trenchard. city.
Miss L. Green, Tacoma.
J. A. Jouvet'te, Portland.
A A. Fuller, Portland
W. Black, Ilwaco.
Theo. Hanswlth, Portland.
Arnold Hanaworth, Portland.
Mrs. Grace Campbell, Wlnnepeg.
J. C. Ghormley, Portland.
J. H. Reno and wife, Portland
Mrs. Wm. Hawkins, Ilwaco
Mrs. A. Hawkins, Ilwaco.
Wm. Wlliams, Seaside.
C. E. Dunn, Tacoma.
Noah Sommers, Tacoma,
F. Blackwood, Portland.
R. Robinson, Tillamook.
The revival services continue with
much Interest. Dr. Gilliam spoke last
evening from, the text, "It it nothing to
youT" The meeting was one of the
most serious and attentive held as yet.
But a few days remain and Dr. Glllam
will leave for other parts. This after
noon the subject for the meeting will
be "How a Christian should walk," be
ginning at S o'clock in the Baptist
church. Tonight the subject will be
"The voice of God to Astoria." The
Adams sisters will be present and sing.
They are about 50 years old, but weigh
about SO pounds each. Their songs and
child-like voices always attract. 1
fee Department Store.
508-510 Commercial Street
FOR - THI5 - WEEK
DRESS GOODS Lonsdale Muslin
CO, 65 and 70c Dress per yard . .
goods 6c A
48c 10yds to each custoiner.
KID GLOVES I SHEETS
BeSt Kid fV03 made Ftill sized sheets
$1.00 ' 38c.
. GINGHAMS TOWELS
Apron Check Ginghams J2 l'lJish
5c. 8c. ,
SILKS MEN'S SUITS
75c wool Taffeta 59c. 1-2 price
$2.00 3G in. Silk 1.39. $15.00 Suits for
50c Wash Silk 25c. $7-50
BED, SPREADS I MEN'S HATS
$1.50 Spreads $1.50 and $2.00;Hats
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The New ALASKAN WARE
THE LATEST AND BEST.
FOB SALE BY
W. C. LAWS ta CO. Si,
IT WILL PAY
. Exponents of Quality.
Have you Noticed the Way Our Dry
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Goods Department is Growing. ; .
There's scarcely a day goes hy that we do not do
something toward making things more conven
ient for our patrons. We want you when ? shop
ping here to feel perfectly at ease. Whether
your purchase be large or small you are always
welcome at this store. IF YOU'VE NOT YET
favored us with a visit will be glad to have you
drop in any time and let us show you some of
the new things we are showing in
' '-m - . .
Jaunty Covert Coats and jackets,.
Stylish Man Tailored Shirts,
Some Exquisite Creations in Ladies'
You'll probably find here just what you've' been look
FOARD & STOKES CO,
Astoria's Greatest Store.
YOU TO SEE HIM.