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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 6, 1907)
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 0, 1907.
THE MOIININO ASTOMAN. ASTORIA; OBEGON
EAT WELL AND YOU'LL BE WELL ,
Uie Sinclair! Mild Cured
"Fidelity Hams and Bacon1
Time tested and true. Once used always used
We Sell Them.
ROSS, HIGGINS & CO.
Tha Utdlng Oreo
tVILL ACCEPT CHECKS
LOCAL MERCirANTS SIGN PETI
TION TO TAKE BANK PAPER AND
WILL ASSIST BANKS TO RELIEVE
WW 1 11
Th city treattirer ytrdy received
m In lliuur lknM and ITS In itrt
Jk Tvkui, who wat Injured in tin
runaway of rel Eignr Company'
team, two weekt ago, hoi entirely recov
ered and It around again.
Death U Want-
Tbt Infant daiijjliler of Mr. and Mra.
Carl Johann, who rwldt at Tongue
Point, died yterdny, ajred on day. The
Interment will take place today, at
Electric Improvement ,
Tlfr Aturl Electric Company are
putting In a new fd wire on Bond
trt, and are waking good hradwiy.
The company being detlroti of keeping
up to date have a force working ateadlty
to Iniprov the tytlem.
Water Clerk Buty
Water Clerk Lounl)rry, deaplte the
to-called financial disturbance U kept
buy collecting water rt-nta. Rank may
come and banka may go, but water rent
go on forever. Thua clerk Lounbrry
ilugt aa he gather In the ahekek
Bora at th Capital
Word waa received In thla city yetler
day that a handsome, heart- baby boy
waa born to Mr. and Mr. Claude I'hair
at the capital city on Monday morning
latt. Both mother and ton are getting
on famoutly. Thl will be pleaaant new
to the many friend of the young people
Superintendent of Street Kearney
baa a force of men at work putting In a
aldewalk leading to the Taylor school.
The auperlntendent, keen to hi dutiei,
noted that the children would be com
pelled to walk In the mud to reach the
tcbool, during the bad weather and ha
wisely provided a proper walk.
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At tha Hoipltal
W. M. Vol!, of Cathlamet, on whom
an operation wa performed Saturday,
I doing nicely and will toon be fully
Bond Street Improvement
Contractor- Lebeck, who U driving tha
piling on Bond treet, bop to have the
work done o a to allow one-lialf 01
the trret to b ud, by Saturday night.
Owing to the condition of tha aupporta
of the street, It 1 Impomlble to allow
th u of any part of the roadway until
the work I. flnWied to a certain potni.
By Monday, no doubt, Bond ttrect will
b in inch a hap that ay accett to
L'nloutown will be poMlble, A wooden
walk ha already been coiwlructed, for
foot pawenger, that will letten tua in
Ill and Abtcnt
The. friend of Matt Kakalla, a well
known employ of the Cltop mill.
who ha been HI for tome daj pat,
h myterlmly disappeared and bl
friend are very much worried over hi
lwmce. It I feared he ha luadvertei.t
Jy fallen Into the river or otherwise
dune away with himself under the tre
of hi malady 1 and the arcli (a being
carried tar aud wide for him. Anyone
knowing anything of hi whereabout
wilt confer a dUtinct favor on hi people
and friend by leaving word at the mill
oflu-e concerning him. lit baa not been
een inc 0:30 o'clock on Monday mom
Ice Cream Sherbets
A Piano. Number With Each $5 Purchase
On any Astoria bank
at the great reliable
Herman Wise Clothes Shop
Bring your checks here and we will accept
them on any Astoria bank in payment for
merchandise purchased. No matter how
much you buy a check will be accepted in
payment. So come along all you citizens
who have checks. We have confidence in
our banks, faith in the future of Astoria
and unbounded reliance in the clothes we
sell. What you buy here is the best always.
Antorla't merchant have come to th
front In the endeavor w prttem tat
flnancial Integrity of our city and our
bank, and yesterday they all with one
accord tigned the petition that waa cir
culated among them by C. II Uellborn,
of Hellborn k Co., at tha Instance of the
Chamber) of Commerce, and In accord
ant with the rewlutlon that waa paw
ed at tha regular meeting of tha Cham
ber on Monday evening.
Mr. Hellborn found no dienting
oleet among thov whom ha wa able
to reach, with the petition yesterday and
It la expected that when tba paper la
brought to the attention today of thote
ho have j not bad an opportunity to
lgn, that the tame exprewion of will-
tnime to a d th vituatlon will be
The context of the petition 1 a fol
low, with the name of thoe merchant
who were afforded an opportunity of
"Resolved, that the Chamber of Com
mere do now thu formally exp Hi
confidence in the Vnkt of Attorla and
atnure thu formally all of the butinest
men of thl community and ttate, that
the Aatorl Chamber of Commerce ace
nothing but a brlgU future for Oregon
ml lclievc that not even the pinching
flnjfcr of Wall trwt can do ought more
harmful than mora fully than ever be
fore advert! our rcourve and financial
In view of the foregoing resolution,
adopted at the meeting of tha Attorla
Chamber of Commerce, held November
4th, we, the undesigned merchant, hav
Ing the ut mo. t confidence In our bank,
do hereby agree to accept local bank
check, clearinghouse certificate and
certificate of deposit, at their full face
value, in ehange for mcrchandite pun
ctured at our rcpectiv placea of busl-
Roa, Iilggln 4 Co.
Clia. lU-liborn & Co.
Foard & Stoke Hdw. Co.
Slmingtou D. 0. Co. .
1. A. Stoke.
Atorla Hurdwar Co."
M. S. Copoland 4 Co.
Acme tiroc. & Py. Co. .
A. 0. Spcxarth.
E. A. Higglna Co. ' ,
S. Dandgcr" 4 Co.
Badollctt 4 Co. .
Wucrlty, RaUton 4 Co.
J. V. Burn.
W. J. Scully. ,
Ilildebraud 4 Gor.
J. II. Seymour. .. ;
T. F. Lauvln.
The Boton Store.
Chat. V. Brown.
Charle Roger 4 Son.
A. V. Allen. , 1
Luukonen 4 Harrison.
B. A. Ward.
WC. Lwa 4 Co. ,
Fiahcr Bros. Co.
AV IL Fellman. i
J. J. Robinson.
Johnson & Morrison. ' . '
II. II. Zapf.
S. L. Nnnthrup.
City Lumber 4 Box Co. i
Procl-Elgner Transfer Co.
The Hocflcr Co.
Albert W. T. 4 Paint Co.
tori I adverlltlng It reourcet. Mem'
lert of the Chamber of Commerce who
wleh to attend thl dinner In Portland,
next Tuctday night, ara requetted to
leave their name together with th re
quired ona dollar In the office of the
Chamber. Tin flrt come 'will bo flrt
erred until tha lx invitation hav
been accepted, It It exected on thl
occaalon to have together publicity
worker from all part of the atate and
It will be worth any butnet man'a
time to attend thit dinner and find out
what it going on in Oregon, ouUide of
Not Much Rain
According to the report of the weather
bureau ,the downfall of rain in thit
tectlon It the lowest registered In tlx
year and it only .00 of an Inch at
against 6AS invhe at thit time last
year. Th maximum temperature for
October wat 60 degree on the 10th, and
tile minimum 48 degree on the 10th.
The Shop That Makes Astoria Famous
SWEET APPLE CIDER
THE KIND YOU LIKE
SEND US YOUR ORDER
Scholfield Malison h Co.
112 and 120 Twelfth St.
Phone 1181 Phone 831
Ten Cent Store
MOVED AND READY
Next door to Herman Wise
VICTOR OR AN EDISON
Johnson Phonograph Go,,
Parlor Baoond Floor ever Soholficld A Matt Co.
Jorgenson Died -
iMiirtin Jorgenson, Who waa Injured
at tho dock at Hume't mill, died at 7
a. m. yesterday. He did not become con
scious from the time of the accident,
and passed away peacefully. Hit body
la now at Gilbaugh't undertaking par
lei's nnd the funeral will take place ac
cording to arrangements which will be
made later. Coroner Pohl will hold an
inquest today, when the responsibility
for tho accident will probably be placed.
Commercial Club Dinner-
Manager Tom Richardson of the Port
land Commercial Club has cnt an invi
tation to Manager Whyte of the Cham
ber of Commerce and six of the officers
mid members to attend the monthly din
ner to be eiven by the Portland organ!-
xation on Tuesday evening, November
12th. at exactly 6 o'olock. . This dinner
it informal and the subject for discus
slon will be, "How 'Oregon la Being
AHvartlaed." MAnasrer Whyte 1 re
quested to deliver a ten minutes address
on thit occasion and explain how At-
This week we are making big special reductions. We positively
have the largest and most complete stock in Astoria. If anything
is up-to-date, nobby and the vogue of the season the BON TON is
sure to have it. - . " '
We'positively guarantee to sell our goods cheaper than
any house in Astoria.
Remodeling and Retrimming Old fiats a specialty.
i; rirs-' Georgia Pennington, Mgr., 483 Bond St.
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