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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (June 26, 1907)
THE MOUSING ASTOIUAN, ASTOIUA, OREGON.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE t6, 1907.
Wc are offering
Special Snappy Line
of 50c Neckties for
See East Window D'
New and Nobby hats wc
are showing from
$1.50 to $5.00
Panamas, $5 to $10
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Copyright 1906 by Hart Schaffnrr fc? Marx
Prepared To Clothe Every Man in Astoria
x whatever his requirements; or
whether his chief demand is
For Style, For Quality, For Price
OR FOR ALL COMBINED
Our new summer styles are now ready and we take
pleasure in extending to customers and strangers
alike, a cordial iuvitatiou to call and inspect the
NEW DESIGNS AND FABRICS
We are headquarters for H., S. & M. Clothes and
have the exclusive selling rights in this vicinity
Summer Suits, - $10.00 to $30.00
The U.S. !t M. Clothes Shop
New, Dressy lines of
and Monarch Shirts
$1.00, $1.25, $1.50
Our summer weights are excep
$1.00 per suit
Pure Linen Underwear.
FURTHER SESSION OF CIRCUIT
COURT HELD YESTERDAY AND
CASES TRIED ARE HOT VERY
Judge McBride handed down the fol
lowing decisions in the circuit court
yesterday: E. T. Stafford vs. D. F.
Stafford, sale confirmed. Ollie C. Mc
Kay vs. William C McKay, decree of
divorce granted on grounds of desertion.
The application of Edward Storm, an
alien, to become a citizen of the United
States was continued till September
17th. In the afternoon the case of R. E.
Carruthers vs. George H. George et al
came before C. E. Eunyon a referee for
the hearing of testimony. The action
arose out of an attempt made by the
schooner Jessie at deep-sea fishing some
, PERSONAL MENTION.
Will Madison is awa"y from town pay
ing a visit to his former borne at Inde
pendence. Mrs. M. J. Fomeroy is a visitor at
the home of her son, Sheriff M. E. Porae
roy. At present Mrs. Fomeroy is down
The Rev. C. L. Owen has arrived in
the city. He will take up his worn a
pastor of the First Baptist Church im
mediately. Mr. Owen is accompanied by
G. E. Pain, the cashier of the Colum
bia River Packers' Association, is down
with an attack of measles, and is at
home. This is considered rather a ser
ious complaint to attack a man who
has reached maturity, but fortunately
Mr. Pain's attack is not very severe.
A party consisting of W. F. McGregor,
Asmus Brix, R. B. Dyer, a a (Jordan,
R. H. Jenkins, Chris Schmidt went to
Young's River yesterday to visit Brem
ner's Logging Camp A combination of
business and pleasure instigated the
Some at One-Half
Some at One-Third
Some at One-Fourth
Off Regular Prices I
Our great annual summer clearance sale commences today. The balance
of all our stocks of summer goods has been marked down to good-by
SPECIAL VALUES IN MILLINERY
SPECIAL VALUES IN LADIES' TAILORED SUITS
SPECIAL VALUES IN LADIES' SILK SUITS
SPECIAL VALUES IN LADIES WHITE WASH SUITS
SPECIAL VALUES IN LADIES' WAISTS
SPECIAL VALUES IN LADIES' SKIRTS
SPECIAL VALUES IN LADIES' COATS AND JACKETS
Everything goes at a special price from 33 to 60 per cent off its original
' . value. Nothing reserved. Buy now and save money. Everything
in the store is new and up-to-date.
i If you will make Inquiry it will be a
I revelation to you bow many succumb to
kidney or bladder troubles in one form
. or another. If the patient is not beyond
medical aid, Foley's Kidney Cure will
' cure. It never disappoints. T. F. Leur-
120 11th Street
journey but it is reported that the fl-h
are biting "fine" just now.
.1 D. Berkman. a bu-ines man of
Seattle is a guest at the Parker House.
D. 1L Clark of St. Agor, Cel., arrived
in the city yesterday.
Mrs. C. R. Rariok of San Francisco
is a visitor in Astoria
C. H. Wheeler Jr., came in yesterday
H. Going is down from Portland do
ing business in Astoria.
P. L. Toon is in the city from Aber
cleen and is registered at the Parker
Mr. Bittle, who represents the West
em Drygoods Company is staying at
Frank Patton who went to Portland
and represented W. F. McGregor at the
meeting of loggers there yesterday was
expected to return last night.
L. Mansur was up from his Cannon
Beach place yesterday and reports
evervthinc in the finest form down
there. He is now in the midst of baying
and is harvesting a good crop.
J, H. Bowlsby's brother visited him
in the city jail yesterday, where Bowls
by is still confined pending bis trial for
the slayinir of Cleve Jennings. His
brother came up from San Francisco.
Henry Hoeck, who has a big logging
contract for the Simpson Logging Com
pany at North Bend, paid a visit to the
city yesterday. Mr. Hoeck has now
gone to Portland.
Walt Ingalls was in from the Lewis
4 Clark yesterday. He says this Is the
best season he has seen for the farmers
for years as the weather has been just
right and everything is in a flourishing
condition. He expects to begin haying
right after the Fourth.
Judge Dean Blanchard was in the city
yesterday. He reports everything pros
perous at Rainier and that he in selling
considerable property. Lots which a ifew
years ago be tried to sell for $200 ure
now selling for $1000. Rainier is rap
idly coming to the front as one of the
most prosperous towns between Aston
' Panama hate cleaned and blocked.
I Leave them with Dell Skully.
stenographers at A.
R. Cyrus, 424
Columbia and Victor grapbophonee
and latest records at 424 Commercial
street. A. R. Cyrus. tf.
Three fine draft nnrses, suitable for
seining. Moses Herschey, Chinook, Wash.
A small boy to carry papers.
Subscribe for the Dally or Weekly
Astorlan and get a Oraphophone on
small weekly payments. 'Call on A. R
Cyrus, 424 Commercial street tor par
There will be a meeting of the stock
holders of the Lewi & Clurk Telephone
Co. at the offices of J. Q- A. Bowlby
on Saturday, June 20th, at 10 o'clock
a. m. W. J. lngans, tnairman.
The reading room in the M. E. Church
has been closed for the present, and all
the books, papers and nmgazines has
been transferred to the Seamen's and
Fishermen's Institute on Exchange street
between Eleventh and Twelfth.
The Waldorf Theater.
The program which Manager Wise
has prepared for his patrons this week
is way and above anything tnat nns
ever been seen in Astoria for the un
heard of price of 10 cent. The bill In
clude almost any kind of nn act that
theater-goer could wish for, all in
one performance, Miss Virginia JIa.vilen
and her magnificent baritone voice
causes her listeners to wonder where
all the melody comes from, nothing of
the sort has ever lieen witnessed in
Astoria and Manager Wise can consider
himself very fortunate to secure one of
the few female baritones In the coun
try, She is nbly seconded by Miss
Helen Bnshnell and Miss Alexandria
Murakoff, the Russian ba-lladist. The
two teams, Deming and Hrogan, and
Norwood and Nor wool, each team does
a different stunt and they are both good,
If a man know anything of his awn
anatomy be must be aware that his
stomach la a magnificent organ and
entitled to the utmost consideration;
knowing that he will eat at the Palace
when he can conserve Its safety and
comfort, by eating only the best
cooked, best served and most compen
sating meal In the city of Astoria.
day, ornlght, It !v always the same,
and the Palace habit la one that pays
to acquire. Arthur Smith la a mas
ter of the art of preparation and ser
vice, of all things edible.
Rug filler and bird cages now In.
Klldebrand A Oor.
The secret of making good pictures
Is in having the beat materials to
work with. Hart's drug store have
just received a fresh supply of fHms
and film-packs, so gt In the game
and do It right
For The Little People.
Every parent In thle city should ln
veetlgate, at once, th new and ap
preciable shot for the youngsters, at
Charles V. Brown's Commercial etreet
house. , They are called the "B. C,
Scuffer" and are the very epitome of
good wear and real comfort They
are fotng like wlld-fre and the klda
themselves are after them because
they look to "comfy."
8ave Your Blips
Whether you buy 10 centa or a dol
lar'e worth In Wise's clothing store,
save your slips, and when you have It
worth you get a Piano number free.
Be sure and ask for your number for
ttia naxt Aann end Piano contest for
Dr. J. A. Fulton hat moved hit offices
from the Star theater building to the
new Astoria Savings Dank building, Jrd
floor, where be will be found from new
Dr. O. B. Ettet hat moved bis offices
from 486 Commercial street to tht new
Astoria Savings Bank building, Ird
floor, where he will be found from now
ST Morning Astorlan, 60 cents Per
month, delivered by carrier.
High Grade Groceries
Most people want Quality as well as
Prices. You can buy at our store, at tbe
Lowest Price?, all kinds of Grocer
ies, also get the Quality.
521 Commercial Street
Phone Main 681
MIIHtHtMIMMIWttttWMiHMHi1 in, Owl Drug Store.