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THE DAILY ASTOEIAN ASTORIA, 6ATPRDAY MORNING, MAY 4, 1895.
Are gong to be a lot of well-dressed m.n In the city this wring of courts we Haven't made all their clothes but v,-e think if you ask every third man you meet where lie gat his suit and o course 'he will say (that Is, If It's tallo made) McDonald'. He may not tel you how mucin tie saved, but you can Just Jot H down that It wan worth divlngr toy the way he may have on one of our $35 suits and you'll think H coat S0 but of course you're Judg lug by what you usually pay others. chas, Mcdonald, The Tailor. 523 Commercial Street LtRDlES' black; GOTTOjM HOSIERY with WHITE FEET., AROUND TOWN. NOTICE TO JURYMEN. Notice to heiiefby given .that Juror will not be required (to. rateod the May Harm of the circuit court,' "I ': T. A. MtaBRIDE, Judge, 3. W. HARE, (Sheriff. B. S. "Woreley last night. went tip the river Oeo. A. Beftvls, of San Francisco, at he Occident. The line la gradually closing1 up on the right of way. J. O. .Mesfler, of Brookfleld, was In the city .yesterday. Man's iwhite imlaundrled shirts 44 cents at Shanahan Bros.'. AT Don't use a plaster but take Rogers' Kidney Cure for lame iback. Your Mouths, OUR STEAKS . 'one great basis principle' of the Pal ace Restaurant Is mutual dependence. To thrive and grow, each dish must be better man any one else's. Our aim li to reach the only roomy trade place, the top. No lower idea can be per mitted. ,iAnd when the top, our top, It rtMi neu ,Dy any otner restaurant, we wi 1 1111 me top. The Palaee ljestawant Albert Dunbar's. Kole Agent for tbe P.N. Corsets. Men's camel's hair under- wear cents suit at Shanahan Bros.' 55 Money to loan. Inquire of Abstract, Title and Trust Co. Men's French balbrlggan underwear 55 cents suit, at 8 ha nana n Bros Astoria Fish Commissioner MoOulre returned to Portland last night on the Gatzert No bobter milk was ever brought to AJdtarta than ts funnMie'd for five cents a quart by Keith & Wilson, and de livered lm a dta&n and tlgMt'ly closed giam battle at your door every morn- That flouse You Intend to Build Can be built just to suit your pocket- Dook by 1 . ' I' -'C. G, PflLlWSBRG, ' and you will find him at his shop at 473 rourm street. Go to J. H Irrihoff, 120 Twelfth street, for the late improved Singer sewing madhlne. Oall and see Mrs. Ross' trimmed leg horns, omldren, 11 for two days only, Dean Blanohard, a prominent citi zen of Banier, was In the city yester- aay. . Jacob Utzlnger Is having- an an addi tion erected to his residence in Upper town. Mr. Humphrey has soma choice Chi nook salmon at his market near Res cue Hall. He also has oysters tnat sell at a lens price than at any other mar- Ket in tne city. He carries clams and other shell fish, and as a side Issue, iias a biock ot Marshall s famous knit ting twine. Captain IPallock leaves for Tillamook Sunday morning on the steamer Harrison Hon. C. W. Fulton was a passerurer last night on the Bailey Gatzert for Portland. Sterling Silver ! Never has there been such a stock or. sterling silver Jewelry as that now on qispiay at our store. Half tbe town does not- realize the Immensity of this MSQrririenr.,,, J ' EXSTROM, the Jeweler. ( . r hones, We buy fertilizers and furtilizincr mn- tarial of every description, Bones, horns, etc, and pay bivbest cash prices, Band us a trial shipment. r . Western Uone-Meal Co. 771 Mission Street. can j naneisco, (Jar BY En Two hard-woklnr irva.nta ret quickest to rebel when over-work- eu. u lasses the right onesecientlf- ically, delicately adjusted ones th. remedy. The ability that experience ana stuay gives can be had at J. H. Beymour's. Charges only for alasse are moaesc. George Hill Is having Improvements made to Ms old theatre ibuiliHna- on Stih street. County Court meats on Monday next also an adjourned session of the cir cuit count. Our new 'waists are here. Perhaps it would be more correct to Bay our new sieves are here, "with, waists attached. S ha Dalian Bros. Two hundred thousand dollars being expenoea on tne water 'works, and a good run of salmon In the river Is a pleasant thing to contemplate. The ipartles 'who have just completed their tennis errounds will welcome bat night's rain, as it was needed to place tne grounos in conauion to te rolled, Shlpplnir Master "Weeks mnt rfnwn rrom Portland yesterday for the pur pose ot snipping tne Ancona crew. Mrs.- Weeks accompanied her husband. Mrs. Sarah Ross has liiA returned from Portland with e new invoice of millinery roods, and for the next two aays will sell them at almost cost price. Notice Js heretov eivem tn nfll moving una state to go to Dhe "Jim' Shaving Parlors for , a first-class . 10 cent dhiave, 378 Aabor street, next door io tne learner House. From itfhe Knlsrhts of (Pvthiiim hkvi Khdg jnornlngv will occur . the funeral of the late Mary Laiidenpera. It will do .conuuotea -under the dirftnUon, nt tha , Finnish Brotherhood. - . f. 11 Boat 'No. 77. net. and . nuantlt vnf twine, was stolen from Its anchorage at Kinney's cannery last night. It Was a Cutting Packing Co.'s boat miairmed toy Antone Skappaifcto. Manager (Ross Clinton, nf the fola- phone company, is replacing the old TranflTmiGtens -wron the fr miwrinr long-distance atltadhment. it la a mo ft that TVfll e B.Omwljlrl Kv ha nibscrtbars. inu i-aioce Bain House encourages folks to bathe by having everything nrst class. The Balling date of the (Harrison ham been changed from Saturday to Sun. oay morning. Capt. Jas. Ellis, of the ehlp Ancona. was a passenger for Portland on the rotter last evening. For the verv latest thin In 'IaiHIah' neadgear. can at Mrs. anah Rnea' nar. iora. irving jiud BIOCK. Why do voi. aurTer wlh thnt mM R. Newman. Mrs. Newman. V. flhR when E. O. Courh Svrun will r-nro u.l fer, were passengers for San Franctocn ror sale at the Printz-Crain Drug store. on line """te or California today. Our milk 1s guaranteed tftrletlv mtr and fres'h from rhe cow daJIv. RMth I at wuson. RSTOIfl - MATTRESS " pACTCfY the pub" wants' and the Publlo knows 878 Commercial Street. Meany is the leadlnc tailor and nnv. iub uiui naea once tor lur skins. For years the Astoria Wood Turrf nas given our citizens only the very best of wood and coal. They ara still doing it. In fact, they are taking the ieaa. vvny r Because they know what Men's French balbrdirtran umforawar and mem s camel s nail underwear. 65 cents suit, at Bhanahan Bros.' Manufacturers of every d'Jscrlptlon of buungw, jnuotreeses, etc. REPAIRING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES , When ths tide sets one way there is always a cause for it. Women don't come here to buy roastt steaks, and all other kinds of meat simpiy oecause it's Chrlstensen & Co.'s, ui. course mere are a few, a very rew, who buy out of compliment, or from Ignorance, but the great mass of housekeepers buy where they can get nm pe ana iot max reason we supply the majority of the families in Asto ria for they know by experience that wo uavu oniy tne Dest. WASHINGTON MEAT MARKET, HRI5TENSEN CO., Prup'rs, GREATEST AND BEST. Four pounds of the best washing powder on earth for 25 cents. Ask Ross Hlgglns & Co. for BOA? FOAM POW DER. The Astoria Panklnor Cniraunv M, James Qulnn, and John McCawn were right of way donors yesterday. Among the mew toirlldln now srolne up in 'Uippentown. is a 'handsome 2. story outage for Chris. Gramms. InsDecrtor Twx.mYJv board the Mozamhlnue vrttpri,a will accompany her up the river. Divine service will ihe inM ait u Scandlnaivian Lutheran Ehmna-piai cliuroh In TJipper Astoria, on the hi 11 up from the Columbia auinw. n Sunday forenoon. Mav fith. a 11 o'clock. All cordiairly invited'. The body of Grant &nnveil wk .,o. drowned In the Nhalem a month ago, wlas found last Friday about twn tniioa ueiuw -wnere ne was drowned. The re mains were 'Duneo on f$aturday. During the past few -weeks several large herds of seals have been sighted off the mouth of the river. It Is alto gether iiiteiy tnat part of the Kate and Ann's cargo was picked up from these neros. been In receipt of communications from outside parties regarding Astoria and her prospects for a railroad. It only goes to show that the attention of the whole country is turned this way. The following were passengers fof Portland last evening on the Bailey Gatzert: A. P. Bradbury, F. O. Allen, Mr. Bosworth, H. Albee, L. Johnson, Miss E. Masters, Mrs. McDonald, T. Taylor, H. D. MoGuIre, C. W. Fulton, B. 8. Wortley, L. Slayton, H. Field Services at the Baptist church Sun day, May 6th. Preaching toy the pastor at 11 a. m. . An Interrogation sermon. Meeting at 3 p. m. for wojeen only. AJdidretsi toy Evangelist Holdridjre. All other services wikl toe omitted that those usually attending may loin in the Tevival services elsewhere. The following were among the pas sengers for Portland last night on the i-ouier: . u. Dyer, -Mrs. Utzlnger, S. Smith, Mr. Goldsmith, H. Mosler, Oapt Jas. EJtlis. B. R. Smith. J. W. Howeiton, L. Lowstein, H. Johnson, N. PhUbrick, Mr. Stuart, Wm. Jones, C. D. Rogers. W. HJelln. W. O. Has- kins, M. Bernhelm. p. m. Union Sunday school at 12:15; union young people's rally at 6:30 p. m. led by Rev. HbWridge. All the people invited. A gentleman 'w4io Was teen solourn- ing in Astoria for the . past month. and has several times visited Clatson Plains, predicts that alone the entire line of ithe Seashore road, within the ircxi nvc years, numerous residences will toe constructednand'. occupied Jjy people doing business In fhls city. It will toe a series of suburban villages. ,i ;,ti; ,1' R. M. (Blakeman. of Spokane, who has been in the city Tor the past two days, looking about for the location of a hardware and tin store, leaves this morning on the State of California for San Francisco. He will probably re turn "here in the course of a counle of weeks, and if (he decides to locate in Astoria will purchase a terge stock of goods -while in San Francisco. The war among the milkmen contin ues, and now there Is talk of still an other cut in rates. Until about a month ago the rate per quart was kept at $2,50, and then a couple of new firms coming into the Held caused the bot tom to fall out of the can and consum ers were able to get a choice quality of milk at 11.50 per quart. One milk firm now threatens to make a cut of 60 cents on the quart, all of whldh causes a smile of satisfaction to ripple over the countenance of the milk-consuming public. Where can we go and get a- nice, delicious drink? It Is a question one oftwi hears, and a question that Is not always readily answered. But anyone Who ihas ever visited August Erlckson's place on Bond street need never ask the question, for at no place In the city can one go and secure more in vigorating beverages amid more pleas ant surroundings, than at that place, which is Past becoming a very popular resort. There are no fancy prices at Eriokson's,- for a reasonalble sum will pay ror any dirtnk on the list. Ther Is one thing certain, and, toy the way k is a good tning to remember, none but the very best and choicest brands or liquors are sold at Earlcson's even enough the prices are moderate. If you want to spend a pleasant evening, uau tti .anoKson s. HAVE YOU The Pacific Paving Company has no tified the waiter comimlssion that they will commence work on thedr contract on Monday next, secretary VanDusen saia yesterday tnat others -will toe'-rea-dy to tiiart in about the same time. A large flouring mill Is projected for Asrona, ana it rumor is true It will be erected not far from the old Kin ney dock on 6th street. When finished so the projectors say. It will be one of tne largest mills on the (Pacific coast. The Schoolmaster Says u wau ueserving pupil "Uo up bead. -lue I'ublio baa Bind to Qroabnuer iJraoh'a "Itesort," "Go up head. Yon ara the only pluoe In tbe oity where one can go and get a glass of Onmbrinue Beer for 6c, and order a fresh aandwiob too at the tame time. Business men's unch every morning. What About Your Shoes?- Arent they worn out around the n .uincwuerer uon i tney need a mien on tne aider We will make them uuu as nw. ;" S. R. GIMRH. Kitty Corner from Fisher Bros, store. A Poor Cigar - w.,.W. SCIIIEBE never made. - Don't erpect to make, elthor. -But mark thls-a-a-t-l-a-f-a-o- - M-'-ta of the 22-karet tort baa - aocompanled every purchase ol - one of the cigars made by him - since he began business. We've - got the notion that a satisfied - customer "cuts a big figure" In building up a business. That's - the reason La Belle Astoria takes - so well. . ROSS HIGGINS & CO. it you want a Dicyoie repaired or a lock fixed, or any other flrst-clas. work done, oall on C. H. Orkwltz, next door to Martin Olsen's Auction House. Special .sale of millinery goods, Wednesday, and Thursday, at Mrs. L. Griffin's, corner 10th oixwi Duane sts Mr. and Mrs. R. M. 'Stewart were passengers 'last night on tihe Bailey Gatzert for Portland. They will return on Monday. Captain Oann. of the Us-htaMn. that in the vicinity. of the lightship Im mense schools of eardtnes -are nnw running, evidently making their way Into the fresh waters of the Columbia. At times they are so thick that the water seems Mack with them. There Is hot competition (anions- tin boatmen Juat now. and wihen an oona. slonal ship shows up crossing: between the heads, there 13 a general rush of whltehalls down the bay. Sometimes a boatman will venture as far down as Fort Stevens, for it is usually a case of flretJtbere-first-served. Many of the business firms -of the city during (the lost few daya have The people 01 Aldertorook are mm- plaining greatly that they have not better street car connections with the central portion of the city. The com pletion of the alleyway on U.Doer Bond street makes it impossible for the street car line to toe extended further than Its present terminus, and until a new street is put through that portion of the city, the line will probably stop where it now does. The architects who were toere last week looklnsr over the city in view of selecting a location -for a hotel, will probably have tnelr plana ready by the end of next week. It is said the drawings will show a three-story build, ing, with large verandahs around the entire building, so that guests will have an excellent view of the whole city and bay. The interior- Is intended to sur pass unait or any nostelrv in the atate. vuiijiuc w line iroptjaau. The Oregon Telephone and Telecrramh Company, who own the local telethons system, bave under serious contempla tion a line to seaside and Gearhart liar in time for next season's visit. ors. The only obstacle in the way of building the line at once Is Young's jay, Twnicn, in tne absence or a bridge. wimu nave no ioe crossed Wltin an ex pensive cable. If the bridge is com pleted this summer, then direct con nection with Seaside could be mads without much trouble. A line to Sea side would probably pay from the man, especially during tne summer momt-ns, and during the winter season Ithede are enough residents on the Plains to at least pay the expenses of maintaining and operating suah a nne. ji course wnen Astoria has long distance connection with Portland and other interior cities, the revenue would increase greatly. Senators (Bancroft and PWMerwm. nf on committee auno n'tmi tv the w legislature to inveStla-aite the fifth mie- tion, with Fish Commissioner Mxnnin and Mr. GodMard. of the Southern Pa- cinc railroad, yesterday visited El more's model cannery and Hanthom's spienoio plant, and thorouc-h v lnve- soected the method of Twncklnc The committee intend to visit the fish ing grounds and personally inspect the Whofle matter so as to be tyrenarofl t make a comprehensive report to the next legislature. The FlrSt M. B. fihliwh. Tlhera will be preaching in this church at 11 a. m. In view of the revivals now in progress, this service -will be one of unusual Interest: henCe. an the -mem. bera of the church and congregation are moat cordially invited to be pres ent. We also extend a hearty welnome to the "strangers sojourning" in our city to 'bo ait this morning service. See musical program. No services at i The O. R. and N. Co. have not only reduced one way rates 10 81.00 and round trip rates to 81.50. between Port land and Astoria, but they have again' piaceo in service the Hast and popular steamer T. J, Potter. She will resume her regular run from Portland Thurs day and continue to leave Portland at 7:00 a. m., and Astoria 7:00 p. m. daily, except Sunday. She has been thouroughly overhauled, newly painted, and all rooms recarpeted and provided with the latest style spring beds. The Potter Is electric lighted throughout, and if good service and reasonable rates commend themseives to the trav eling public, the O. R. and N. Com pany are entitled to very liberal con sideration in the way of patronage. SEEN The Trilby Hat Otherwise knuwn as the fe dora hat. We have g' t two cases of them which we are selling at $1.25, they would be cheap at $2.50, get a hat fore they are gone. There are only a few of all wool pants left, by in-day they will all be Don't ml s this snap at a apair, all wool. pair Sat- sold. $1.50 For ail cleansing pu-poses, domes tic or mechanical, removing scale from steam boilers, making soap, or de odorizing the kitchen sink, use Red Seal Lye. The members of the "Plnrvlolh Rlot&r. hood and Brotherhood are hereby no tified to meet at their hall ait 10:30 a. m. Saturday, May 4, 1835, to attend the funeral of our late sister. Marv Lahdenpera. By order of SOPHIA DIXON, MARTIN JACKSON. Gheap Gkfley. The Wrecker of High Priees. 571 Commercial' Sir. ct. C. B. Smith, the confectioner, has fresh strawtoerrios every morning; alw sweet creamery cream every day, only 20 cents per pint. Ice cream :nar.ufao turod dally. Glvo him a call. Dr. Price's Cream baking Poivder World's Pair Hlshest Medof an iMpIoma. Mothers raising their babes on the bottle will have fait, strong- and heal thy babies by using .T. A. Rowan's Jer sey milk, as he makes a specialty of milk for WaWes and the sick. Try hlin and be happy. SHAN AH AN BROS. ON CHAMBER SETS THEIR GREAT SALE COMMENCED MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 29th. At your own price ait Foard & Stokes Co.'s. Wh What Is the use of havino-a "h.,ma , 0 u.iuvmuiu oui cujupei It ra UV U MliaU form divine" unless you care for It. I "')" HOW nC UllQersCll them DV B. Ifl.rp"fi mftrcin. Vp ara iVio lo rape It and clothe It so as tc , ,U,6OT uu;ut ul l vjuuus ill ilgtoi'ia antl Never before have we offered such bargains as we do in our Banner sale. and drape rprfd'e' fo8yourefrifeJnIs yNaUte'.,upT0n ' 0n their ntire Vdes. We are a thorn in the side of every house in Astoria. imes me rorm. a. j-iaKe, tne tailor at ,, ., , , 3r9 commercial street win make the Ir,m "8 ) ou. save the 25 per cent extra which other houses lose annually. raiment. See him. I J What cows received first premium at the World's Fair for produolng the richest milkT Jersey cows, an those are the only kind that J. A. Rowan sells milk from. The Palace Barber Shop is now giv ing one of their two-bit shaves for 15 cents. Business men of Astoria visiting Port land have for years been accustomed to take their mid-day lunch at the "Gem." The ' Gem" Is now located at 7S Third street, next dVor to the Alns- worth Bank. Jos, E. Penny. Grocers, : and : Butchers Astoria Mid Upper Astoria. Flo Tm and Coffon, Tablt Dtllraclei. Dontitlc and Tropical KrulU. Vegetable!, Sugar Curad Hami, Bacon, tie. Choke Fresh and Salt Meats, Little Giant. Seems Is If half th mothers In As toria have bought a pair or two of those LITTLE) GIANT school shoes for their children. The other half will as oon hey hear of the wearing qual ities of those ihat are being worn abou the city. You can bavs your choice cf leather, kid, grain or calf. JOHN HAHN ft CO. YESTERDAT'S WEATHER. Local weather for twenty-four hour ending at 5 p. m. yesterday, furnishes by the United States department of agriculture weather bureau. Maximum temperature, 6$ degrees. Minimum temperature, 48 degrees. Precipitation, .5 Inch. Total precipitation from Septem-ber Jut, 1S34, to Hale, 65 17 IrxAea. rw of precipitation from Septem ' -r 3 ;t, Vr'i, to asite. S.6J inches. :QW& STORES CO. DEALERS IN Crockery, Glass and Plated Ware, White Sewing Machines, Hardware, Boat and Fishermen's Supplies, Paints and Oils, Ship Chandlery, Teas, Coffets and Groceries, California Wines, Medically Pure Liquors, Sole Agents for the Celebrated Almigfytg Dollar Cigar. -T Isll 11 Sf islsffla1aIII illl ill! i 55 Inch blk broad cloth 75 & .85 sale price .59 8 In blk broad cloth $1.25 & $1.00 sale price .75 28 in blk Tricot 50 & .60 sale price .37 40 in blk Cameh hair 1.00 & 1.25 sale price .78 40 in Serge '..1.00 & 1. 25 sale price .83 4(1 in flKUred suiting 1.00 1.25 sale price .87 86 in Henrietta .30 4 , ,35 sale price .21 40 in Henrielte 1.25 4 1.50 sale price 1.00 54 In broad cloth 1.50 & 1.40 sale price .96 300 yds fancy suiting 20 & .25 sale price .13 500 yds fancy suiting 35 & .40 sale price .29 Shot silk 40 A ' .39 sale price .33 Japanese silk 40 & .89 sale price .33 Fancy check & figure silk . . .65 A .75 sale price .40 Crepe Silk 1.25 1.50 sale price .78 Apron Gingham 7 and 8c sale price 4c Best Calico 7 and 8o sale price 5c Scotch Gingham 12 and 15c sale price .11 Outing flannel .. ...7 and 8c sale price 5c . Outing flannel 12' and 15o sale price 8c White goods 10 and 12.' sale price 7c White goods . . .14 and 15c sale price 8o Llama cloUi 12 and 15c sale price lOo Men'a vests and pants...... 75 and 1.00 sale price .66 Mens' tests and pants. ...1.25 and 1.10 sale price .93 Mens vests and pants.. .2.50 and 3.25 aale price 1.45 Heavy Scotch wool suit. .2.00 and 2.50 sale price 1.60 PMweraall wool 125 and 1.00 sale price .50 Wool shirts .60 and .75 sale price .45 - -n tatl i alst White shirts, each 60 and .75 sale price .49 Mens' heavy cotton socks 8 and 10c sale price 4c enB' heavy black socks '20 and 25c sale price 8c Mens' overalls 75 c snle price 45c in' i.-i.-iiii'is 50 and 60o sale price 35c Mens' suspenders 20 and 25c sale price 10c Mens' collars 25 and 20c sale price 8c Mens' cuffs 20 and 25c sale price 15c Children's hose. 10 and 15o sale price 5c Towels 20 and 15c sale price 10c Towels 15 and 12c sale price 5c Ladies vest. 20 and 25c sale price 15c Ladies vest : . .20 and 15c sale price 8c Corsets 75c and 1.00 sale price 25c Childrens vests 25 and 35c sale price 15c Ladies para5ols 2.00 and 2.50 sale price 1.25 Crepe all colors 15 and 12,c sale price 10c Duck... 15 and 18c sale price 12,','c Cotton Pongee 25 and 20c sale price 12 Table linen 25 and 85c sale price 20c Table linen 1.00 and 1.25 sale price 7r,c Table linen 40 and 50c sale price 35c Shaker flannel 12tf and 15c sale price 7c Yard wide muslin . 8 and 7c sale price 5c Wide 8heeting ..20 and.22o sale price 17c Colored Sateen 25 and 26c sale price 19- Colored Sateen 15 and 18c sale price 11 . Black sateen 15 and 18c sale price ll" Curtain screens 13 and 14c sale price 10" can save our customers from 25 to 33 per We sell for cashother houses sell on time, and if you buy Red Calico 7 and 8c sale'price 5c Ladies' hose 25 and 20c sale price 10c Ladies' hose 25 and 35c sale price 20c Ladies's hose .20 and 15c sale price 10c Children's hose 10 and lac sale price 10c Children's hose 20 and 23c sale price 12' Towling 7 and 8c sale price 5c 30 in wide lawn 10 and 8c sale price 5c Ladies parasols 1.00 and 75c sale prfce 25c Ladies waists 40 and 35c sale price 25c Ladies waists 85c and 1.00 sale prioe G5c ( Ladies wrappers 95c and 1.00 sale price 75c Ladies wrappers 1.25 and 1.50 sale price 1.00 Children col. dresses 25 and 35c sale price lMc Child ren col. dresses 50 and 75c sale price 35o Children col. dresses 85 and 90c sale price 50c Lamp chimneys ; 10 and 8c sale price 5c Scrubbing brushes 15 and 20c sale price 10c Cloths Hues 20 and 23c sale price 10c Hall racks 20 end 25o sale price 10c Machine oil 10 and 15c sole price 5o Soap 10 and 12c sale price 5c Cjoths pins 5 and 8c sale price lSjc doz Pins.... 5and 6c sale price l.ceach Lsdiea night gowns 75 and 65u sale price 50c Ladies chemise 35 and 40c gale prioe 25c j -allies cnemise. . . , 70 ana hoc sale price 49c Lace curtains ...1.50 and 1.73 sale prire 125 pair Lace curtains 2.50 and 3.50 sale price 1.75 pair Poles and fixtures free with lace curtains. t i ! CLOSING OUT SALE! Mr. Cohen, of the Low Price Store, Is go- (ng Into a defferent line of business t and offers his entire stock of Dry Goods at 'Cost. He has only first quality goods to offer; no shod J v materials to get rid of. You can buy with your eyes shut and you can't to wrong. REMEMBER I la 575 Commercial Street. The Great Sale Commenced th 5 5 G2 Astoria, Oregon.