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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (June 30, 1907)
THE MOHNING ASTOMAN, ASTOH1A, OREGON.
THE SLAUGHTER IS TERRIFIC
SUNDAY, JUNE 30, 1907.
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Ladies' Tailored Suits,
kirts, Waists and Millinery
The mere announcement of these big reductions at the very open
ing of the season wiB certainly be welcomed by every woman who
appreciates economical buying chances. It's the opportunity of a
life-time to supply your wants in ready-to-wear summer garments
for ladies, misses and children. While the prices for this sale do not
c over half cost of materials, and everything is new and in the latest
Local Conditions Demand
this Extraordinary r Sale
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All Umi of loclul or portonal n tur will pleaw b aent to MlM Alert,
80S Commercliil Street. Pbont Bd 8413.N'o communication will b woclved 1Ur
thn 10 o'clock Saturday, morning, oxeept In cao of n vent occurring
Inter than that lime.
Coniraencemnt Week In Aftorla.
A more beautiful Any muM not lie
v pictured tlmn Wetlnexlay of ttiU week.
1i the unfolding of the exerdea ap-
I'xjiriate to Commencement Day.
' WediiCMlny evening the fifteenth
annual commencement exercise of the
Aloria Hiuh School were held in Fiih
em' 0era IIoumi, and were attended by
Iwrue number of parent and friendu
of the pnplk The priiRnim which w
a very olect one, wan well rendered.
Jlr, ChUre Monteith of Tortland, wa
the noloim of the eTniii)f, anil the ad
diem to the graduate wa delivered by
John C, KAvnnnugh, alo of Portland.
11m gradiiatn were the recipient of
ninny beautiful flower. .
The graduating exevclaea of the eighth
grade classe of the Ward achooW were
held in the opera hoiiM on Wednesday
afternoon, and a large crowd wai in
attendance. The program which was
iiuite lengthy, Included come quite am
bition undertaking), In which the
pupil very credltaWy acquitted thenu
Mhe. Ilev. W. K Gilbert addred the
graduate, and Sir. J. A Kakin presented
the diploma Many beautiful flower
were received by tlio graduate
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. , . , Wilion-Muterson.
A pretty, but quiet wedding occurred
t 8:!I0 Wednesday afternoon, at the
home of Me, and Mrs. W, E. Matcron!
tin Grand avenue, when Mr. Materon'.
ttinter, Mi Mary J Mterion, ' was;
married to Frank S. , mlson, of Inr
dependence. Rev. A. I. Hnnnker pastor
or the First Baptist cliuivh at Mc.Minn
villa performed the ceremony, only the
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iuimeiliate member of the families and
a few personal friend being present
Mr. and Mr. Wilson left on a short
wedding trip, and upon their return,
will make their home at Independence,
where the groom i in buine.
The Kpworth League of the Firat Me
thodic Church, gave a "farewll social"
in the church parlor on Tuesday even
ing, in honor of Mrs. K. M. Hansen ,anj
her two oni, Benjamin and Clarence.
They leave for Portland on July lat,
where they expect to make their future
High School Reception.
One of the smartest events of the
week, was 'the "reception" given by the
junior of the High School in honor of
the Mcniors, in Logan's Hall on Monday
The hall wa artistically decorated in
the ncnlor colors of red and white.
From the center of the hall to each
corner, were streamer of red and white
pennants. Over the entrance door was
the eniop flag, and at the opposite end
of the hall, was the junior ling in green
and wfilte. The refreshment table was
In a tower of rose.
After olo which were ably rendered
by Mer. W. Gratke and N. Johnson
dancing wan enjoyed, the music being
especially fine. . .
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Mr. L. Agreu entertained the Ladies',
Aid Society of the Firet Lutheran Church
at her home on Wednesday afternoon.
About 30 members of the "The Queen
Louise'1 were entertained on Wednesday
by Mrs, Nel Simonsen in honor of her
birthday. The home w prettily dec
ollated In roses. Several musical and
literarq number were rendered, fol
lowed by a dainty luncheon.
Six-S Club. '
The young indies of the Six-S Club
"picniced" at Goddard's Point on Thurs
day afternoon. A most enoyable time
Liberty Bell Club.
A "Social Hop" wag given by the Lib
erty Bell Club in Logan' Hall on Sat
urday last, The usual large crowd was
in attendance, and a good time enjoyed
The regularly monthly meeting of the
Dorcas Society was held at the First
Lutheran Church iu Uppevtown on Fri
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Mrs. J. J, Whynrd entertained the
members of the Clover Club on Tuesday
The member of the Tbuwday after
noon club were entertained by Mis
Wood during the week.
. The Friend Club met at the home of
Mr.. Wm. S. Gordon on Thursday after'
Miss Wilma Young gave "an after
noon" to about 35 of her friends on
Thursday of this week. Games and
music were enjoyed, followed by dainty
refreshment. The afternoon was thor
oughly enjoyed by all
Miss Ruby Bremner returned on Sun
day from McMinnville, where she has
been attending college.
Mrs. Ida Disque of Salem, is a guest
of Mr. Jack'Ryan on Ninth street.
Mrs. M. J. Pomeroy of Rainier, paid
a visit to her son, Sheriff Pomeroy, dur
ing the week. i
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wright have re
turned from a most enjoyable outing in
the ju'hnlem valley.
Miss Hilda Erickson returned from
Seattle on Tuesday evening where she
has been attending aoliooL...
Mr. and Mr. Herman F. Prael are
visiting iu the metropolis.
Mrs. Jack Kinkella returned on Tues
doy from a week's outing in the hills
from Cathlamet. He was accompanied
on the trip by Mr. Vernon Struble of
Portland. ... t
Rev. C. I Owens of Waco, Texas,
arrived with his family during the week,
and will take charge of the First Baptist
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Albert Groosman. is visiting relatives
Mr. K. Winterhalter ha returned
from a visit to Bay Center, Wash.
Mrs. Asher of Portland is the guest
of hep sister, Mr. Grossman.
Mrs. M. L. Hawthorne visited In Hood
River during the week.
Excursion rates on steamer Telegraph
to Portland and way points July 2, S
and 4. Good return July 5 and 6. Single
faro round-trip. ' 6-30-3t.
0EOBGIA RAILROAD DEAL. "
Central of Georgia Will go Over to Rock
NEW YORK, June 29. The Time to
day say that control of the Central of
Georgia Railroad, which wa purchased
on Wednesday, by Oaklcigh Thome and
Marsden J. Perry, will eventually pass
to the Rock-Island and Frisco interests,
if predictions made in railroad, circle
prove well founded. It waa said that
Messrs. Thome and Perry purchased the
Central of Georgia, with an understand
ing between themselves and the Rock
Island interests, that formal control of
the road should pass to the St. Louis
and San Francisco, after the expiration
of the two year during which the pres
ent holders of the road have agreed to
keep it an Independent line.
It was pointed out that close rela
tions have existed between Mr. Thorne
and B. F. Yoakum, who is the guiding
spirit in the affairs of the Rock Island
Frisco systems. Mr. Yoakum is a di
rector in the Trust Companies of Amen
Ica, of which Mr. Thome is President
and in other ways he and Mr. Yoakum
have co-operated in business underta
kings. ;hf. ;
The St. Louis and San Francisco sys
tem ha a line into Birmingham, Ala,,
and at that point it connects indirectly
with the Central of Georgia, whose line
run from Birmingham from Montgom
ery and from Chatanooga to the coast
at Savannah. In addition to obtaining
this outlet to the Atlantic seaboard,
the Frisco, in acquirins the Central of
Georgia, will come into control of
a large amount of traffic originating in
the territory served by the Central of
is now merely a memory of the past.
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