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CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
Sociable lo-iiicht nt Y.
hall. Everybody invited.
Tlie Lucas case was dismissed at
tlie iolice court yesterday, the com
plainant failing to appear.
Harry Peunel, a former inhabitant
of Belpmn, has filed his first papers
for citizenship in this country.
Joseph Uaker was arrested yester
day charged with assault on F. Lucas.
The case comes up for trial to-day.
In the police court, yesterday, John
Dixon and D. L. LafFertv forfeited
SioOand $3.00, respectively, by fail
ing to appear.
It is about time for the Astoria
board of fire delegates to have a meet
ing. Tho-w who went hist uifrlit at
7ii0 sliarp. found the door locked, and
No one could have been in the room
of the justice yesterday without cou
cluding that Ihe accommodations are
very iHKir for a trial, especially if there
is a jury summoned on the case.
"An evening with Longfellow," at
Rescue hall next Thursday evening,
for the benefit of the Court street
school organ fund. Tickets on sale at
Conn's drug store or New York Nov
The jury in the case of Williamson
vs. Beerman, after leing out about
twenty minutes yesterday afternoon,
gave in a verdict for the planum, al-
lowiug him the sum of S3 from the !
Hardly a day passes without a new
addition to the long list of real estate
The first addition lo Kindred
Park was filed yesterday by C. H.
and Rachel Kindred. It is eastward
r FL Stevens.
"Why is it that so many young men
are now suffering from the effects of
bad colds? It must be that the little
lull in bnsiness has given them the first
chance to po Portland or some oilier
The new fronts that have been put
in the lower stories of several business
buildings are a great improvement,
and the number should be increased
as such changes add much to the ap
pearance of a town.
A quick real estate transaction was
reported yesterday. A comparative
stranger went into a certain dealer's
office and within five minutes of his
arrival tlie deed was made out for the
cash sale of two lots to him.
The frequent tete-a-tetes between
the lawyers in the Brower case yes
terday were highly amusing to the
court and spectators. References to
their behavior in their school days
seem to offer the lest chance for witi
cisms. Papers were in lively circulation
yesterday containing the agreement
printed in full in Snuday's Astoriax,
regarding the transfer of the railroad
stock in trust, to C. P. Huntington.
One had signatures on it representing
Another contract, more specific in
detail, was under consideraton yes
terday by the Pacific Cable Construc
tion company, and the property own
ers along tlie proposed route. The
subsidy has been kabout raised, and
the road mav le considered an assured
The county court met yesterday. B.
S. Worsley appeared as the agent of
the Pacific Cable Construction com
pany and asked that the consideration
of the additional franchise for that
company be postponed until the next
session or the court. This will come
on the first Monday iu April. The
motion was granted.
John Kelly of Springfield has been
appointed supervisor of the census for
Ue western district of Oregon. The
salary of the iosition is $1,000, travel
ing expenses and clerk hire. J. IL
Shape of Douglas county w:is first
appointed, but being an applicant for
register of the Bosebnrg land office,
declined the appointment
Despite all predictions to the con
trary, Kane Oluey continues to im
prove, and now has an even chanceof
life. Tlie case excites unusual inter
est, for the dreadful injury, the frac
ture of "tlie skull and the loss of brain
matter taade it incredible that the
man could survive, but every indica
tion is that the man will make n live
George Tildeu, advance representa
tive of the great Metropolis company,
under the management of Maguiro
Rial & Morris from the grand opera
heme San Francisco, arrived in town
yesterday morning to arrange for the
production of this famous drama
which proved such a wonderful sen
sation in New York and San Fran
cisco. Special Meeting.
There will be a special and impor
tant business meeting of the Scandi
navian Benevolent association this
evening. A full attendance is desired.
Aca. Damelsos, Secretary.
Ludlow's Ladies' $."00 Fine Shoes;
also flexible hand-turned French Kids,
at V. J. Goodman's.
MS OMfcel te rrjter.
Irivateremis for ladies and families:
at Cealra) Kestanrant, next to Foard &
Best Beds in town. Booms per night
98 a&d 35 cts per week $1.50. New and
clean. Private entrance.
Ami. Free Lunch at the Telephone Sa
teett,5ccts. Ffer FfaM Ffctsrapks,
Go Self tees Carruthers' photograph
KDery: Tfctai street, opposite Mor-gaSbema8's.
WE ARE DISCOVERED!
ITIb Uiiiyersal Trnst Enwrapping
I TO HE IWUGHT iiy rxc. LJSH COJX.
During the last two years the news
papers have had considerable to say
about the alleged purchase by Eng
lish syndicates, of cattle, coal oil, mines,
factories, and many other American
Even-thing, from a corset factory to
a distillery, from the ice fields on
Maine's frozen rivers to the golden
oranges on the sunny slopes of the
foothills of California, h:is. in turn
been reported bought or bonded by
representatives of English capital, and
now it appears that we, on the Colum
bia river, have been discovered, and
that the salmon canneries along the
banks of the lower Columbia are in a
fair way to be transferred for value re
ceived, k) an English syndicate to be
owned and operated by them.
The Mobnzng Astokian- of the 13th
had an article thereon, giving the
news, as usual, 21 hours ahead of its
esteemed contemporaries, that such
a move was on foot, and that a gen
tleman named J. W. Alderman, had
arrived the day before and was here
viewing the landscape o'er, and getting
local opinion :is to the feasibility of a
big purchase, securing the control of
all the salmon canueries on the lower
The matter since then has pro
gressed so far and so favorably jus to
justify more extended mention.
To buy the salmon canneries on
this river is a financial proposition that
is a new one. Many and futile are
the attempts that have leen made to
form some sort or harmonious com
bination among the three dozen salm
on canneries in this vicinity, all efforts
in that direction resullingin an agree
ment to disagree.
In March, 18S7, the last effort iu
that direction was made, but two or
three prominent canners backed out
at the hist minute, aud the proposi
tion fell throngh.
Since then everybody in the business
has been going in a crowd bv him
self. A prominent member of the guild
was seen yesterday relative to the pro
iosed transfer. He said
"Mr. Alderman means bnsiness. He
treats with each canncr separately,
and asks for a definite statement, a
yamtion on tlie property tlie transfer
to include tne imiiamg, plant and real
estate. 1 am informed that he has a
ninety days1 option on every cannery
on the river except thtee, and believe
the thing is a go. The basis of valu
ation you can understand when I tell
you that the Occident cannerv is
bonded for $22,000. It is figured now
that the whole thing will be trans
ferred at an aggregate sum between
"There is any amount of money be
hind this thing. While known ?i3 an
'English' syndicate, the fact is that it
is the worlds money. Men m Havre,
Antwerp, Loudon, andYienua have
idle capital to operate through Eng
lish agents, and the field in this coun
try is a promising one."
"The syndicate, should it secure the
Columbia salmon canueries will run
them on strictly business principles,
and to make money. Each cannery 4wil I
be placed in charge of a manager, un
der the direction of a general resident
manager. Everything will be run on
an economical scale, and the matter
will be in charge of men who thor
oughly understand the running of the
"What effect the transfer will have
on the business interests of Astoria, is
as yet, an unsolved problem. Mr.
Alderman tells me that all supplies,
etc. so far as possible will be pur
chased here, and so far as I am com
petent to judge, the interests of the
city will not be greatly affected or
Should such change be made, it will
obviously affect the status of the Co
lumbia River Fishermen's Pro
tective Union. It is reasonable
to suppose that should one
concern own and operate all the
canneries as one establishment it
would have more to sav about the
price of the raw material, than the
canneries have had to say of late years.
It is believed that the first move
would be a conference between the
representatives of the syndicate aud
the representatives of the union
with a view to a mutual understand
ing. In that case it is more than probable
that the union would favor a reduc
tion in the number of boats on the
river, to run, say 700 the coming sea
son, and that those thus employed in
so greatly reduced numbers, le resi
dent fishermen and members of the
The pending negotiations lend in
terest to the situation and further de
velopments will be looked forward lo
Heirs Jliist Reside in this Country.
Mention was made in The Astoriax
last week of an unusual case. A. F.
Cotter, last November filed on a tim
ber claim. A few weeks after he died,
and when the time was up, W. R. Mc
Farlane went to Oregon City as ad
ministrator of the estate to complete
faual proof, etc. It was then under
stood that this could be done, that is,
the administrator of the estate cotdd
go on and comply with the usnal for
malities. But it now appears that the
heirs must reside in this country, and
as Mr. Cotter's relatives are residents
of Canada the final proof cannot be
Win. Timmons, postmaster of Ida
ville, Inil., writes: "Electric Bitters
lias doni more for me than all other
medicines combined, fur that bad feel
ing arising from Kidney and Liver
tumble." Ji'hn he die. farmer and
stockman of same place, jays: "Find
Electric Bitters to he the best Kidney
and Liver medicine: made nut feel like
a new man." .1. W. Gardner, hardware
merchant, same town, says: Electric
Bitters is Just the thing fur a man who
is all run down and don't eire whether
he lives or dies; he found new-strength,
good appetite and felt just like he had a
new le.isc on life Only 50c. a bottle, at
.1. W. Conn's Drug Store.
ADVICE TO MOTHERS.
Mks. Winslow's Soothing Sykup
should always bo used for children
teething. It soothes the child, softens
the gums, allays all pain, cures wind
cholic, and is the best remedy for diar-rhoea.Twenty-five
cents a bottle
Coflee aud cake, ten cents, at the
Tew JLikn a fioed Clear?
Call at Charley Olsen's, east of C. II.
Cooper's. He will suit you. A fine
stocK of cigars to select trom.
Kemember the Austin house at the
Seaside is open the year 'round.
THE BROWER CASE,
What Was Sail and Done in Tie
a rr.iintCT or xot ouilty.
After much talk and a continuance
of the case from a former date, the
trial of Prof. Brower came off yester
day in the justice or the peace court
The court room was packed with in
terested spectators both morning aud
afternoon. School children hung
around outside anxious for the out
come :is lo whether it should favor
scholar or teacher. As the case took
up considerable time the jury were un
easy and longed for softer seats than
the hard tops of settees with no backs.
The following weio the jury: Robert
Carruthers, C. S. Gunderson, Thomas
Byrie, James Hess, J. T. Abercrombie
and W. B. Ross. The examination of
the witnesses commenced with Alena
Graham who was punished by Prof.
Brower. She was a large girl for
thirteeu-years aud looked a3 if she
could with no difficulty pick up and
carry off the pedagogue She gave a
careful statement of the incident,
which was the best evidence or
the prosecution. She said that
Professor Brower struck her
so severely that she yet carried
three si ots on her shoulder and arm
and several marks on her hands at
present, a week and a halt after the
event; that she was not doiug any
thing that deserved a ruler being
used; that sho told him to slop and
he would not; that he forced her into
the comer and held her there where
he struck her over a dozen times.
Tlie cross examination developed noth
ing new. Mrs. Graham wjis very vig
orous in her testimony and stated that
her daughter could hardly use her
arm for several days, that she w;ts
obliged to dress her and prepare her
food. She also described her talk
with Prof. Brower and a former pun
ishment by him of the child. Once or
twice in her testimony"she branched
off into invective on the teacher, but
in the main kept to tlie alleged facts.
Mr. Graham created considerable
laughter by telling how he went to
the school house with a firm intention
to thrash Prof. Brower, but Avhen he
saw him, he looked so pale and weak
that he had compassion and did not
execute his plans. He -said Alena's
arm and shonlder looked like pounded
beef. Esther Strong, one of the pu
pils, was shown the ruler and identi
fied it Ray Morion, Annie Ammuud
son, Anna Ferry and Eva Holmes also
testified for the prosecution all giving
virtually the same story.
Alma Holmes, Magnus Gallagher,
Oliver Bell, Emma Bell, Mrs. Enberg,
and Mrs. Lake, for the defense, were
At this point lawyers Curtis and
Dell had a spirited discussion, in
which city attorney Curtis accused
Mr. Dell of poor judgment, saying:
"You never had a child in your life.
What do yon know about itV' This
sally provoked applause,
Dr. Estes said that he carefully ex
amined the girl's arm on the Monday
following the punishment, and
thought there was nothing serious
in her condition.
Professor Brower closed the testi
money for the defense. He described
all the circumstances of the punish
ment, and said that Alena Graham
often failed in her studies; that on
lhat day, February 13, she failed com
pletely in her spelling les
sons. She was sent to her seat
and told to study it. She did not.
Then he ordered her to come to the
platform and sit in a chair facing the
blackboard. She talked out loud
the same there and he told her lo be
quiet Not doing so he went lo
punish her. She clinched her list lo
prevent the ruler being used on her
hand. He struck her, but not hard,
on the arm and said ho would stop if
she would behave She did not con
sent Finally he held her in the cor
ner and hit her somewhat harder, bnt
not so forcibly as represented by
the other side. She then left
the room saying she was going home.
Later her parents came to interview
He further testified lo show her pre
vious conduct aud how she had been
once before punished. With tins wit
ness through, both sides rested and
the arguments were made to the jury.
After due deliberation they rendered
a verdict of "not guilty".
SPARROW FLi:V TO SEA.
Providence got in its work in great
shape on the little steamer Tom Mor
ris last Saturday. About two o'clock
that morning the boat left Willapa
bound for Nnhcotta Sealaud. On
board were John McMillan and wife
of Hoquiam, Al. Stream of North Cove,
Judge Cobb of Tacoma, G. C. Fulton
and Wm. Loch of Astoria, and a negro
miaslrel troupe The boat put Al.
Steam and Judge Cobb ashore in a
dingey at Toke's point, but instead of
making the turn and heading down
the bay the captain, Sparrow, put his
wheel around and stood down the
coast When daylight came the truth
appeared in all its startling rugged
ness, and as the passengers dropped
on the fact they breathed prayers of
thankfulness aud got the captain to
turn round and get back as quick as
tne Almighty would let him.
"Three wise men of Gotham went to
seT in a bowl; it the bowl had been
stronger my story would have been
Had the usual rough water pre
vailed along that stretch of coast, the
little boat would, in all probability,
never have seen land again, and tlie
crabs and transplanted lobsters would
have had a picnic. Fortunatclv for
the party, the water wti3 smooth, and
the only result was a little more trav
eling than the passengers had bar
gained for, arriving at their destina
tion nlxmt noon. There is hardly
money enough in the universe, how
ever, to coax auy one of them to make
the same trip in the same boat again.
Mrs. Michael Curtain. Plainiield, III.,
makes the statement that she caught
cold which settled on her lungs; she
was trailed a month hy her family phy
sician, hut grew worse lie told her ihe
was a hojwless victim of consumption and
that no medicine could care her. Her
druggist suggested Br. King's New
Discovery lorCensuuintion: shehnnniir.
a bottle aud to her delight found herself
oenemeu trom nrst dose. She contin
ued its use, and after takinsr ten hnttlo5
found herself sound and well, now does
ner nouseworK anil is as well as she
ever was. Free trial bottles of this greit
Discovery at J. W. Conn's Drug iftore,
large bottles, 50e and $1.
The latest style of Gents' Boots and
bhoesat P. J. Goodman's.
WEIBHIM THE GOLD.
Great Stacks of Com for Duties On
LIGHT TimSTIES THIIOWX OUT.
Collector Hobson was seated at his
desk yesterday morning when a
Mokmxg Astokian reporter saw him,
with sundry stacks of gold in front of
him wliich had just been paid as duty
on 50 tons of Liverpool salt aud 12,926
boxes tin plate just arrived on the
British ship Jfenai. The coin aggro
gated in value $1-1,220.20, and looked
attractive in rows piled two inches or
twenty in height
"Now would be a good time to skip,"
was the observation of one, but even if
that were the intention a man couldn't
skip very far with that much on his
Tliis coin goes by express to the
sub treasury at San Francisco. A
plain, ordinary private individual
sending so much money would get a
draft on an Astoria bank and send it
that way, but TJncle Sam works in a
mysterious way his wonders to per
form, and has all coin sent by express.
The count completed, E. Z. Fergu
son, as one of tlie last of his many
graceful official acts, stepped to the
glas3cae which contains so much
bijouterie and verlu, and removed
therefrom a scales, for the government
is so particular that the coin must be
This scales is so delicately adjusted
that it would weigh the unexpressed
thoughts of tin infant, and its poiso is
so fragile that the llntlering of a mos
quito's wing would disturb it
Being in iosition the weight repre
senting a light twenty dollar gold
piece was put in one side, and one of
the 711 twenties on the table on the
other. There are two weights, -one
representing the weight of the twentv
dollar piece as it leaves the mint, the
other the lowest weight allowed by the
mint officials for ordinary wear and
tear. The latter was used.
Collector Hobson selected those only
which lore date prior lo 1SS0, as those
since then arc always found full weight:
one of the vintage of "Gl was over
weight, one or '77 was so light as to jus
tify the belier that a Chinese "sweater"
had lcen at work on it, and half a dozen
more were unable to hold the weight
level, and so were tossed to one
side to lx replaced by coin up to the
"If we j-ent one down to the San
Francisco sub treasury," said Mr.
Hobson, "that was underweight, they
would stamp a big "L on it and send
The weighing being over, the coin
was securely packed and strapped,
and will go to the sub treasury.
The duty on tin plate is 1.1 cents
lcr pound, the plate coming in 112
pound lx)xes. The present congress,
will, it is thought, increase the duty on
this necessary article to encourage its
production in this country.
CHANCING AN OFFIOK
That Was the Scene of Many a Story.
The clatter of saws and hammers
and the pile of broken briok alongside
the First National bank led a Mokn
ixa Astorian reporter yesterday to in
vestigate what was going on. He
found that the old office was under
going considerable change, and that
handsome new oak counters and rail
ing and plate glass was being put in,
greatly to the improvement of the con
venience of the premises.
The old marble mantel and fireplace
was removed. That fireplace has been
the scene of a good many nar
rated exploits, the semicircle
of the captains and bar pilots and
British skippers that used to sit
around in the years gone by, having
had many a yarn to spin as they
smoked and looked at the glowing
Mariners from all the seas have sat
there and told tales of voyages -and
wrecks and hair-breadth escapes.
Men have come iu exhausted and told
of weeks of suffering and privation,
aud many a good story has been heard
beside that old fireplace that has now
vanished, forever, lo be replaced by
the chink of coin and the rustle of
CIKCl'IT contT PROCEEDINGS.
February 21 Taylor J
Jolm.Cyrvs. Alex Ohes, judgment
was given on the verdict of the jury.
W. H. "Warren vs. Geo. M. Bo we,
judgement on the verdict of the jury.
O. IL Page vs. Jonh Schlesser, mo
tion to appoint a guardian ad-litem.
J. IL Smith was appointed.
A. C. Anderson vs. C. Mortenson,
settled and dismissed.
August Becker vs. W. E. Howard,
settled aud dismissed.
Chas. Ilawk vs Alta R. Hawk, de
Martha S. Begisler vs W. G. Regis
ter, default entered.
Board of Laud Commissioners vs
Wadhams, demurrer everruled:
Thursday set for answering.
.State of Oregon vs John Dunbar,
plead not guiltv; "Vedne3tlav set for
J. R. Dawson vs .T. Strauss, con
tinued for term.
State of Oregon vs Hendrick Nel
son, plead guilty; Thursday set for
State of Oregon vs Wm. Woods,
waives arrangement and pleads not
State of Oregon vs Wong Hiu, et al, I
arraigned upon crime or gambling:
until thi3 morning to plead.
John Fnnge vs Sophia Daggett; de
fault in favor of Baiu and Parker.
A. & S. C. R. R. vs Geo. Hill; agree
ment upon demurrer,
John Williamson vs F. Beerman;. on
trial. The jury was: L. G. West' J.
P. Scothan, E. O. Jeflers, A. E. Turley,
W. A. Johnson, W. .7. Scully, W. Jb.
McCroskv. .1. W. Walker, Jas. Brown,
J. W. Conn, Thos. O'Conner, R. Chris
tie A fair trial of Hood's Sarsaparilla for
scrofula, salt rheum, or an' affection
caused hy impure blood or low state of
the system, will be suflicientto convince
any of the sunerior and neculiar cura
tive powers of this medicine. Buy it of
your dniRjjM. ioo Doses One Dollar.
FOR SALE !
The West One-Half;of;Block 71,
Only tliree blocks south of the Odd Fel
lows' building. There Is a One dwelllnR on
this choice property that will rent at top
figures the year round.
For further particulars inquire of
ASTORIA REAL ESTATE CO.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. FEB. 24.
As Files la The Ceaaty Recorder's Oflce
Maxwell Young to F. S. Da
mant, lots 8, 9, blk 16, Al
derbrook, Young's 8 160
D. H. Welch and J. Q. A.
Bowlby to John Kellar, lots
W. E. Howard to Sarah E.
Becker, lot 4, blk 36, Mc
C. R. Thomson, et oL, to H. J.
Jackson, lots 7, 8, 9, blk 82,
Northwest Timber Co. to J.
M. Munroe, SVfU sec 30, T
8 N, B 8 W, 160 acres 3,400
Previously reported this year 8841,330
Total to date 3846,830
A PROLIFIC PAIR.
Who Obeyed the Scriptural Injanction to
Ah Uaasaal Exteat.
Astoria came very near .having her
population increased, yesterday, by
the number of 24 persons in one lump.
On board of the Santa Rosa in the
steerage was a German family of 22
children, aside from the parents. This
may seem like an over statement, but
it is well verified. The mother stated
that they had been living in California,
but they had heard so much of Wash
ington that they concluded a better
living could be made there than in the
south. She said she had been
strongly persuaded to stop in
Astoria, because sho hod no
definite place in mind, but the assur
ances of support wero not positive
enough to warrant hec getting off here.
When asked if the children stood the
sea voyage well the reply was made
that the older ones were sick while the
younger ones seemed to keep their
stomachs well balanced.
This is a very remarkable case. Prob
ably there are very few families of like
numbers in the country, or who have
held together so well. They could
almost start a village of their own.
The oldest child was a fair haired man
30 years of age: the youngest a little
toddling lassie. The family gronp
attracted universal attention.
HOW TIME FLIES"
It's -t j-ears since I started a small
clothing establishment in the
Occident Hotel building, and
thanks to God and my
friends, I can now boast
of having one of the
Largest and Finest Clothing
IN THE NORTHWEST.
In consideration of their liberal
patronage, and thanking them
with all my heart, I have con
cluded to offer to my trade,
NEXT TEN DATS !
Every thintr in my store at
Tins I intend as a
Special Benefit to the People
And will be a sale you all
remember for some time
Old BeliaUe Clothier and Hatter
Occident Hotel Building.
Twenty Per Cent Off
ON ALL OVERCOATS !
FOR TEH DATS. n
Now is the time don't wait. AH these goods are marked- in
plain figures. The above percentage will be deducted on all
This is no Peter
mm. D. COOPER
Marshall & Co.,
GEO. A. CLARK & BROS.,
For Sale by I. SMITIT, Agent,
Omce at Wherry & Co's.
Thompson & Boss
Carry a Full Line of
Choice Staple and Fancy
Give Us a Call and Be Convinced.
Carnahan & Go.
I. W. CASE,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE AND
RETAIL DEALERS IN
Comrr Chenamus and Cass streets.
Morgan & Sherman
And Dealers In
Special Attention Given to Filling
A FULL LINE CARRIED
And Supplies furnished at Satis
Purchases dellrered In any part of the, city.
Office and Warehouse
Iu Hume's New Itulldlng on Water Street.
P.O.Box 153. Telephone No, 37.
ALLEN & SIMPSON,
Wall Piper and Oil Paintings
Sign Writer, Graintr and
Cor. Cass and Jefferson Sts.. Astoria,
Wm. B. Adair,
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
N. E. Cor. Olaey and Third Sts.
P. O. Box 436.
Particular attention given to Properties
In Upper Astoria; also to purchase of Tim
Funk business, but straight goods.
This Fine Residence Property, Overlooking Young's Bay
on Southern Slope, is now on Sale.
Taylor's motor line and projected cable car line will pass in front of this Block.
Lots level and all cleared. Hie
Most Desirable and Valuable Residence Property in Astoria
John Hobson, Esq.. will build a line resldenco on this block in a few months
Good neighbors mako property desirable.
BUY T0-DW AND GET CHOICE LOTS.
Wnumfe A s t iu
;do you want to make;
A GOOD INVESTMENT?
This Property is situated at the head of
Young's Bay and only thirty min
utes wall: from U. P. Dock.
STREETS ARE NOW BEING CLEARED.
For Further Information Call on
Elmore, Sanborn & Co.
Flynn, the Tailor,
Finest Woolen Goods for Snitingi.?;
ALL THE LATEST STYLES.
He buys for Cash, at Eastern Prices. He Guarantees the Best Worknai
on all garments. Call and see for yourselves.
Barth's Block, Astoria.