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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 9, 1907)
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1907.
THE MORNING ASTOIUAN, ASTORIA. OREGON.
THE CREAM NOT THE LEFT-OVERS
Copyright 1906 by
HartSchaffner & Marx
SBE OUR WINDOWS
They are full of Savers.
Three Great Savers !
If you arc going to buy a suit
during this sale now is the
time- buy now.
will buy a suit today that will
gladden the heart of the
See our line of nobby school
clothes for boys.
FOR TODAY, SATURDAY
A Initio of &f
HATS for qpi.yr:F
We have about nine dozen stiff
bosom shirts in this lot.
They were formerly sold for
$1.00 and $1.25
Come early and get the best
selections. They are what
you usually pay $1 for.
We have an unparalleled show
ing of Men's Furnishings.
Uf THE CITY CHURCHES.
Last Day This is the last day on
which to pay water rates without being
charged 25 cents additional for delinquency.
Warrenton Presbyterian Mission of
the First Church ci Astoria. T. P.
Howard, missionary. Sunday school
at 10:30 a. m. Evening worship at
Alderbrook Presbyterian church, T.
Howard, pastor. Morning worship
at 10 o'clock. Evening worship con
ducted by the Y. P. S. C. E. at 7:30.
The Y. P. S. C. E. reading room here-
hoM in th basement of the
Morning woraulp 11 O'clock, "Mon."
ss.iml.iv school at 12:15: Y. P. S. C. E.
church, has been moved to the parlorsjllt g:3o; evening worship at 7:30, "Six
nf tho Tnnirup Pcint Lumber Coin
pany's boarding house, where all
strangers will be made welcome.
Gustave E. Rydqulst, pastor. Morn
ing service in Swedish at 10:45. Eng-j
iisii Lutheran Sunday school at the,
German Lutheran church on Grand'
Avenue, at 2 o'clock. Also service In
German at 3 o'clock. Evening service
at the Uppertown church In English
at 7:30. Theme for sermon, The ise-
cessity of Atonement" Choir assists
at the services. All are cordially In
ThinES Worth Possessing." All tnvlt-
ed. Wm. S. Gilbert, pastor.
Morning service at 11 o'clock. Sub
ject, "An Example and a Command."
Evening service at 7:80. Subject, "A
Very Short Wography of a Very Good
Man." Sunday school at 12:20. Y. F.
S. C. E. at 6:30 p. m. Midweek meet
ing Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. You are
very cordially Invited to attend all the
services of this church. You will al
ways meet with a hearty welcome and
hour a mesSftee to do VOU KOOd. G.
E. Moorehouse, Ph. D., pastor.
The Secret of Perpetual Youth" will
be the. theme at the morning hour for
public worship and "God's Hand In the
World's Affairs" at tho evening hour.
You will find a hearty welcome at all
services. Class meeting at 10:15 n.
in. Sunday school at 12:15 and Ep
worth League ut 6:30. C. C. Rarlck.
At the First Norwegian Lutheran
Synod Church, corner of 29th and
Grand avenue, services tomorrow
morning at 10:45. English services In
the evening at 7:30. Sunday school
meets at 9:30 a. m. The ladles' Aid
Society meets next Thursday after
noon with Mrs. Kornes, 1630 Frankli.i
avenue. Th:o P. N'este. pastor.
LOOSE ENDS OF CLATSOP'S CUR
RENT AFFAIRS GATHERED UP
BY THE COUNTY COURT AND
PROPERLY DISPOSED OF.
avenue. Th:o P. N'este. pastor.
I LOW PRICES TALK!
If its low prices, and the right kind of Noth
ing you are looking for don't forget,
The Brownsville Store
This is easily solved, because our expenses are very light
compared with other clothiers in this city, we sell for cash, buy
for cash and sell on a very close margin, consequently our former
prices are much lower than the ordinary sale prices of our com
petitors. Then to take off the
20 per-cent DISCOUNT
which we are offering puts our prices far below the reach of any
other clothiers and easily in reach of your pocket book.
HAD YOU THOUGHT OF THIS ?
We Say Emphatically
We can sell you a suit for $12 at the present reductions which
you cannot duplicate any place in the city for less than $18 or
$20 at the present sale prices.
A Look Will Convince You
Remember our stock is all bright and new, we have no left
overs, or old out of date stock to sell you, everything bright
Brownsville Woolen Mill Store
E C. JUDD, Proprietor 684 Commercial Sreet. Between 15th and 16th
Thi coun'y court put In another
busy day yesterday despatching tho
uffalrs of Clatsop and gathering up
th loose ends of current business am!
giving them tangible shape ai.d til r"i
tlon. Commissioner Mas'e'i was tint
present. Anting the. matters acted
upon yesterday were, the following:
County Clerk Clinton was dim ted
to write, the D. L. Kelly Lumber Com
pany, and the Old Oregon Mills. ak
Ing for tlgures on 150,000 feet of 3 by
limners, 9 feet l"ig. for road and
bridge service, said bids to be filed
with the county clerk by March 5.
Prices quoted on material lit the mill
and of llr. The destination nf said ma
terial Is to be the Warrenton road dis
trict. It was ordered by the court that pro
posals be asked for. for brushing,
clearing and grading the new piece of
road from the power house to connect
with rtoad No. "7, at the Travelers'
Rest, said r-'ndtt'liy to be 20 feet wide,
with proper ditches, and built In con
formity with profile to be furnished by
the county surveyor; sail bids to be
Hied with the county court on or be
fore March 5, next.
The court recessed for an h'ur or
two yesterday and went with IloaJ
Muster John Fry. to Inspect the work
now being done on the Tongue Point
On re-nascmhllng, the court took up
the matter of the delinquency of Houd
Supervisor Fred Oman, and his fail
ure to Ilk' ii report of his handling of
road moneys and other matters, and
the matter was duly referred to tho
olflce of the district attorney for nn
The bond of Road Supervisor A.
W. Duncan, Iload District No. 2, was
received, examined and approved.
An order was made authorising the
county Judge and county clerk to
sign a contract with John A. Mont
gomery, for the installation of the
heating plant In the new county court
house, find It was further ordered In
this relation, that when the said John
A. Montgomery shall have filed an ac
ceptable bond In the sum of S2.G00,
the clerk shall Issue a warrant In the
sum of ll.ooo, In favor of said John
A. Montgomery, fur material uvieto
for furnished by him, on behalf of
bin original cunt met for this service,
ami "till on hand and ready for ser
vice, (li said building by said contrac
tor. The court then adjourned until cuurt
Chamberlain' Cough Remedy Fa
vorlU. "We prefer Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy to any ethr for our chil
dren," sayt Mr. L. J. Woodbury of
Twining, Ml h, "II hits always don the
work fur ui In hard coble and croup,
and we take pleasure In recommenJ
Ing It." Fr sale by Frank Hart and
llKl.l.I.Niilf AM. Feb. g. The Noo
sai k river Is at high water mark to
nlghl. Warm winds are melting nw
and unlets the weather moderate a
disastrous Hood limy result. There Is
moru snow In the mountain now than
ut any other period for the past tun
Beo'a Laxative Couch tyrup con
taining Honey and Tex. la especially
appropriate for children, no opiate or
poleotie of any character, conform to
the condition of the National Pure
Pood and Drug Uw, June 10. l0f.
For Croup, Whooping Couch, etc It
expel, Coughs and Cold by gently
moving the bowel. Guaranteed.
Bold by Frank Hart' Drug Store.
Lumber Laden Schooner Goes Ashore
Near Mouth of Umpqua.
MAftHIIFIKI.D, Feb. H. The schoon
er Alpha, lumber laden, went on the
bench two miles north of the lnouth of
tho Cmpqua river Sunday. Tho crow
were saved but the vessel Is In a dan
gerous position. The vessel Is owned
by Olson and Mnlioney, of San Fran
cisco, and Is valued ut $30,000.
Pine Salv Carbollied acta like a
poultice; highly antiseptic, extensively
used for Ecaema, for chapped hands
and llpa, cut, burn.
Sold by Prank Hart' Drug Store,
Foley's Honey and Tar cure the
moat obstinate cough and expel the
cold from the system a It I mildly
laxative. It I guaranteed. The gen
uine la In the yellow package. T.
P. Laurln, Owl Drug Store.
Make Us a Visit.
We carry a fancy line of
Canned Fruits and Vegetables
Received by today's express a shipment of
Smoked - Bloaters
ACME GROCERY & DAIRY CO.
Milk Phone Red 228S, Grooery Phone Main 681.