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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 15, 1907)
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15. 1907.
THE MORNING ASTORKE7, ASTORIA; OREGON.
This is Oo Forced laic
For There's Some Aysterious Aat(ic in the Words
FECIAL ' MLE,
Some at One-Half, Some at One-Third and Some at One-Fourth off Regular Prices.
Our' Great Annual Summer Clearance Sale commences to-day. The balance of all our stocks of summer goods has been marked down to good-by prices. You
know that our policy has always been to carry nc goods over from one season to another. We do this for three reasons. First: It keeps our stock free from old and
shopworn goods. Second: It gives us ready cash to buy more goods with. Third: It pleases our customers to get such great bargains as our Annua! Clearance Sales
always put within their grasp. A pleased customer is a merchant's best advertisement. Do you want some hints as to what to expect when the doors of our establish
ment open at 8 o'clock this morning? Here are a few:
A high diss line in up-to-date Styles
and the latest patterns.
25.00 Suits,. : $16.50
15.00 " 10.00
13.50 " 8.50
12.50 " 8.00
11.00 , " 7.50
. Men's Pants
This sale combines our entire stock
bought by us far below cost and sold in
the same proportion, as follows: ;
$4.50 Pants............. $3.35
4.00 Pants 2.95
3.50 Pants 2.55
3.00 Pants.. 2.15
2.75 Pants.............. . 2.05
2.50 Pants.... 1.65
2.00 Pants 1.45
No need to pay more than our prices,
and the assortments are unmatched.
$4.00 Hats....:.......... $3.00
3.00 Hats... 2.25
2.50 Hats....;. 1.75
2.00 Hats.............. 1.45
1.75 Hats ................... .95
The kind that keeps you warm.
$5.00 Sweaters.........:....!. $3.50
3.00 Sweaters... : 2.40
2.50 Sweaters. 2.00
2.00 Sweaters 1.50
1.25 Sweaters 75
Special men's heavy Black, Blue '
and Oxford $2.50 Sweaters..., 1.35
Oravanette Rain Coats
The up-to-date and stylish kind.
$20.00 for.... $14.50
15.00 for 11.00
A big discount in this department.
$6.00 Boots for '. $5.00
4.50 " ; .....3.75
3.75 " 3.15
3.50 " .......;..........;..........;.. 2.75
" ; 2.10
Here's an assortment which will
please you. Just a hint or two.
$20.00 Overcoats ..........$14.50
17.50 " 13.00
12.50 a , , 7.50
10,00 - 6.50
$3.00 Suits .. .$2.25
2.oo : ;.; io
1.00 " ; .75
. Men's Sox
Men's 25c Casimere Sox for 15c per
p2Li)T 7 pair $ $l00
$3.00 Coats for $2.35
2.25 " : 2.00
2.00 : 1.75
Black Oil Coats
$2.50 Coats for.... $2.10
2.25 " 1.85
lO to 2JO PER CENT OFF ON EVERY SHOE IN THE HOUSE
THE WORIKINOMIRN'R ,TOS
Chai. Larson Proprietor.
618 BOND STREET
Formerly 557 Commercial Street i ; :f
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AMERICAN IMPORTING CO.
589 Commercial Street
WHEN YOU WANT PRICES THAT ARE RIGHT
Write us, we're here for that purpose
The Work We Do
I Anything in the electrical Business. Bell's House Phones
ilnside wiring and Fixtures installed and kept in repair.!
we wiu oe giaa, 10 q,uoi;e you pnecs.
OUR PRICES WILL DO THE REST
STEEL. & EWART
424 Bond Strert. ' ! ' M ,fi Woa Mtln 3881 , i
, H. B. PARKER,
E. P. PARKER,
v.. : Manager. '
' EUROPEAN PLAIT.
FIrit Claw b Every Reipect
Dree Coah to the Home. '
Bar and Billiard Room
Cood Sample Rooms on Ground Floor
fnr Pnmmarelftl Men
HAVANA CONDITIONS BETTER.
I The ifteruoon programme was held in
J (he jMacoupin County Courthouse. The
Strikebreakers Not at WorkRailways I address of welcome was made by. Major
Claim to Hare Enough Help. I J. C. Collins. The Courthouse was -pack-
IIAVANA, Oct. 14. The strike situa-1 ed to overflowing and Congressman Cald-
tion is still calm. Xone of the strike
breakers who arrived here yesterday
from New York are working although
they will remain in Havana indefinitely.
Mr. Orr, manager of the United Rail
ways, said today that he had not seen
Fitch, the leader of the strikebreakers.
and would not do so. : He declared that
all trains were running, that he thought
the strike was broken, and that it would
not be necessary to employ the men from
New York.' "
The Western Railway is still seriously
affected, and very few of its trains are
At a meeting of the labor unionists
last night a resolution was adopted to
call a general strike if the government
does not give justice. The strikers seem
to be divided into factions, one favoring
trouble-making and the other no disor
der and no more strikers.
well delivered his address from the stone
steps on the second floor. Every boy
present wore a "true blue" badge. Local
merchants offered various prices for
best exhibits of corn, potatoes and other
produce raised by the boys.
TO INSTALL 'PHONE WIRELESS.
FARMER BOYS REUNION.
CAUUXVILLlUll., Oct, 14. The first
rouiiJ-up of furuier boys ever held any
where was held in Carlinville Saturday,
Over 2000 boys from the farms of Ma
coupin, Greene, Montgromery, Sangamon
and atldjoining counties were present
Of this number 1000 registered their
names at the Farmers and Merchants'
Bank, where the 'Reception Committee
was stationed. .: The plan for the day's
festivities originated with Will B. Ot-
well, an editor.
The speakers were Senator William
E. Mason of Chicago, Congressman B.
F. Caldwell of Hillsbour, ex-Gov. Richard
Yates and "President David Felmely of
the State Normal. , The parade was one
of the best ever witnessed in Carlinville.
It was headed by Richard Yates and
William R, Hulse, grand marshal of the
day. The speakers, the City Council and
the members of the Board of Education
followed in carriages. ;'. Two doen of Car-
linville's young society women came
next as welcomers of the farmer bovs.
The most interesting part of the proces
sion followed. The hundreds of farmer
boys rode two abreast. ,It was the
largest number of boys and horses ever
combined in any parade. At two dif
ferent points the line of march was re-
iewed y Mr. Yates and Mr. Hulse.
20. young men on, horseback assisted in
the marshaling, and Miss Florence Mo-
Clue was marshal for the young women
Naval Officer Will Equip the Virginia
and Connecticut With System.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 14 Lieutenant
Commander Cleland Davis of the navy
has gone to Norfolk to install wireless
telephone instruments on the battleships
Virginia and Connecticut. It is the in
tention of the Navy Department to put
wireless telephones on all the vessels of
the Atlantic fleet.
The instrument to be installed on the
Virginia and Connecticut is the inven
tion of a Danish engineer. It was the
first put on the market. A .feature of
the wireless telephone is that it works
with a much lower voltage than the
wireless telegraph. It is claimed fop the
instruments to be tested that the tele
phone can be put out and worked with
a Morse key like the regular wireless
telegraph instrument ,
The Wireless telephone has been operat
ed successfully for a distauce of eight
miles. Communication for five miles is
comparatively easy. It can be utilized
to great advantage by the commanding
officer of a fleet to call up the captains
of the various' ships and converse with
them without leaving his cabin.
. Napoleon Bonaparte
showed, at the battle of Austerlits. he
was the greatest Leader in the world.
Ballard's Snow Liniment has shown! the
public it is the best liniment in the
world. A quick cure for Rheumatism,
Sprains, Burns, Cuts, etc, A. C. Pitts.
Rodessa. La., says: "I use Ballard's
Snow Liniment in my, family and find
it unexcelled for sore chest, headache,
corns, in fact for anything that can be
reached by a liniment Sold by Hart's
Drug Store. ,
Fisher Bros. Coi
Sole Agents for
Barbour's and Finlayson's
and Netting' a
Hardware, Iron; Steel and Ship chand
lery. Pipe and Pipe Fittings, Brass
Goods, Paints, Oil',, Glass & Hardwood
A Complete Line of Fishing; Gannery
, Logger and Mill Supplies . .
5ii550 Bond Street "" . ' '
Astorlo - Oregon
JOHN" FOX, Pres. F. L. BISHOP, Sec. ASTORIA SAVINGS BANK, Treas.
NELSON TROYER. Vice-Pres. and Supt
ASTORIA IRON VORKS
DESIGNERS AND MANUFACTURERS
OF THE LATEST IMPROVED . . . .
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Mountain Tea removes the cause and I LdlWUlX iTldtUlUtl V. UaililC EfillIC HUU DUIJCii
drives it from the system. 35 cents. Tea I ' . '
or Tablets. Sold by Frank Hart, Drug-; - COMPLETE CANNERY OUTFITS FURNISHED. "
gist. J Correspondence Solicited. Foot of Fourth Street.