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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 23, 1907)
THE MOltNING ASTORIAN, ASTORIA. OREGON.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1907.
First Showing In Astoria
of Ladies' High Class
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direct from one of the
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New York Gty now
ready for your inspection
120 llth Street
In the Wise Block after Sept. 15th :
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U80 PERSONAL MENTION 0tt
DOUBLE-HEADER ON SUNDAY.
Two Garnet Will be Played With Wood
Bom Wnitmora to be Present.
President Chester A. WTutmore, of tke
Tri-CStj League, will be in Astoria Sun
day and will be present at the game to
be played in tbe afternoon between the
TVoodbura. team and the Bohemians.
President Wnitmore fca a loyal regard
for the City-by-the-Sea and be is also
a firm believer in baseball and the way
the teams of his league are playing the
game. He was in Astoria on the opening
day of the present baseball season and
comes again to see Woodburn play its
last games here,
Manager Brown offers a good bill In
the way of baseball Sunday afternoon.
'There will be two games played. Wood
burn is behind a couple of games on its
season and one of them will be played
off here. A two-game feature is some
thing which the fans hare not seen, in
Astoria and the promise of two fast
games will bring out a good crowd, es
pecially while the president of the league
and a number of hia friends are present
NO FUMIGATION YET.
But Quarantine Officer Expects Orders
Will be Issued soon.
There has been no newsjreceived by
Dr. John M. Holt, of the Columbia River
Quarantine Station, as to the exact day
for the order for fumigating vessels
coming to the Columbia River. Dr. Holt
said that he expected some definite news
yesterday but that departmental delays
were to be looked for and he could not
assume any day for the time for the or
der to go into effect
Men who are connected with vessels
on toe watenront are non-com-
n.ittal in regard to the subject of fumi
gating vessels and while they say that
it b apt to delay a ship a few hours I
once a month vet they say that the plan
a good one to prevent the spread of
the Bubonic plague or any other disease
and think that the Quarantine office is
to be commended on its prompt way of
meeting the situation.
Sheriff rommv left for Portland on
lust nijiht's train where he will attend
the sheriff's convent ion to be held there.
He will be absent two or three day.
Merle Shauahan, a teacher of
Forest drove. U visiting her sister, Mrs.
C. Knntsen of this city. Miss Shanahan
attended the convention of the National
Educational Association recently held at
Los Angeles and 1 on her return trip.
Mrs. 'lens llmsen and daughter have
gone to Portland to spend about 1" days'
vacation and while there will visit her
Mrs, Pomeroy, wife of Sheriff Pome
roy, and son. are having a ten days' out
ing at Seaside.
Mrs, John M. Holt, wife of Dr. John
M. Holt, who has beeu apending the
summer at Gearhart accompanied by
her children will return home in time for
Regatta week. With her will come Miss
Fossett, who has been Mrs. Holt's guest
for some time.
My. and Mrs. George Nolan art visit
ing friends in Astoria. Mrs. Nolan ar- the same as at the present time,
NEW 1IME CARD.
A. & C. R. R. Make Important Change ia
The, winter time card for the A. & t
P. K. Co, will go Into effect on Monday,
September It, The principal clmngei
from the present time table will be tha
I rain No, 24, leaving Portland at 0 p. in
and running through to Seaside and llol
liday. will hereafter" only run a far at
The Seaside local, which leave here a
the present time at 8: 13 a. in. under
the new schedule will leave hero at 0:13
and run through to Holiday direct mn
going down ou the Fort Stevens branch
arriving at Hollidav at 10:30 a. in. On
the return will leave Holliday at 10:34,
arrive at Wferrenton at 11:25 where it
will connect with the train from Tort
land and will leave Warrenton at 12:10
I for Fort Stevens, arriving at 12:25.
will leave Fort Steven for Astoria at
i p. ni. and arrive at Astoria 2:43.
On Sunday the train will leave here
on the same schedule a now, 8:13, and
run to Holliday via Fort Stevens.
The time card in other respect will be
XT Morning AatorUn, M cents
month, delivered by carrier.
rived here Wednesday and will visit
her old home at Seaside before return
ing to their home at Klamath.
L. s. Nanthrup went to Portland last
night and while there will look after
the interests of the Saengerfest which
will be held here during the Regatta,
Mrs. Charles Yannke and daughter of
Salem re visiting with Mrs. H. U. Zapf
for a week.
J. C. Waterbouse, of Portland, came
in on the 9:0 last mgni ana wiu re
main for a few days.
Mrs. T. L. Atkinson leaves for Seattle
this morning where she will visit her
sister, Mrs. E. J. Belleville for a week.
T. R. Hutchins, of Knappton, was a
visitor in Astoria yesterday. He report
that affairs around Knappton' are in
good shape but that several persons are
complaining of ailments.
For the good of those suffering with
eciema or other such trouble, I wish to
say, my wife had something of that
kind and after using the doctors' reme
dies for tome time concluded to try
Chamberlain's Salve, and it proved to
be better than anything she had tried.
For sale by Frank Hart' and leading
The keeping on of the local between
here and Seald and making it a perma
nent future is something that has been
needed for a long time. Heretofore it
has only run during the summer months
but the Increase In traffic and business
on the west side hs made it necessary
to keep it on permanently,
KEYSTONE WILL INCREASE STOCK.
XEW ORLEANS. August 22At I
meeting of the stockholders of the Key
stone Life Insurance Company It was
decided to increase the stork In eirfflrient
amount to meet the present state laws
and provide for the demands of growing
MYSTIC, August 21 Delegates from
23 states, and ona each from England,
Cuba, Japan and-Mexico were present at
the opening of the 41st annual confer
ence of the Universal Pesce Association,
HAS ONE WOMAN AGENT.
JACKSON, Mis August 22.-The
only woman insurance agent in MUs!
ssippi Is Mls Ruby McLeod. at Grenada.
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The Suit Styles this year have reached a state
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have been avoided. Fabrics and the cut of the
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The coat is slightly form-fitting and of medium
length, with and without center vents. The colla rs
and lapels are of moderate length and width. The
trousers are cut of moderate width and of a very
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ENCAMPMENT AT BANDON.
COQUILLE, Or., August 22,-Bandon
s making all kinds of preparation for
welcoming the Southwestern Veterans'
Association, together with the Pioneers,
on August 28, 20 and 30 Every thing
oriille will be done to make thing
leafcint for these people. The strceta
nd business houses will be decorated
and there will le beautiful window dis
plays. The Bandon band will furnish
music every day and evening. The
steamers will make special excursion
rates. Tents will be furnished on the
old parade ground, and great campflrcs
ill be made, around which the stories
of march and battle will be retold, the
old wartime songs will be sung, reml
nescences of the early days brought to
remembrance once more and tales of the
hardship during the long journey' across
the plans will be told There Will be good
peakers and a fine program for the three
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Hart's Drug Store,
rr Morning Aitorlan, delivered
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