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ASTORIA, OREGON, WKDNI.SDAY, AUGUST 5, 190k
Used by people of refinement
for over & quarter of a century
COMINO EVENTS Ninth annual
regatta and street fair, -Astoria, Aug
' Knights of Pythias, district conven
tion, Astoria, during regatta week.
Elk's clam bake, at Seaside, August
. " -,T '.'.V;, -1
Labor Day oekbraUon, AsUrl,Sept.
Clatsop County teachers' examina
tion for state, and county papers, As
toria, August 12-15.
State fair, Salem, September 14-19.
Second Southern District fair.Eugene
September S9-October i.
Summer association of the North
west Indian agencies, Newport, Aug
Lane county Teachers' Institute, Eu
gene, August 4-5.
Klamath county fair, Klamath Falls,
Good roads' convention, Jacksonville,
- Fruitgrowers' convention, Jackson
ville, Aug. 15. ,
1 MOVING PICTURES TODAY The
Astoria Electric Company has installed
14 powerful electric lights In the Kinney
cannery, and the day circuit - will be
turned on today to enable the photo
ghaphera who have been in the city for
several days awpiting the opportunity,
to obtain moving pictures of the can
nery while In full operation. The re
ceiving platforms at the cannery are
piled high with the plumpest salmon
, ever caught, and every man Is working
at the present time, so that the photo
graphers will be able to cover the In
dustry In every detail. This will be the
jocond time in months that the day cir
cuit has been used, the last time being
the occasion of the benefit concert at
the opera house for the beneflt of the
Heppner flood sufferers.
Remember the Regatta
Is due this month! It will be a great success but
not greater than
AND MANRARA BOQUET
Carried at TRULLINGER'S the only
two cigar stores in the city
Agents for the .
Portland Safe & Lock Co.
Call and see samples.
Agent for Portland Sail & Awning Co.
' I Sails, Tents. Atrningg, and Covers.
The Troy Laundry
Corner Tenth and Daane Streets
Has the Neatest, Cleanest, and most Sanitary
Laundry Establishment in the State. Prices
Reasonable. Let us call for your wash.
'Phone Main 1991.
Combination Desk Book Cases
A choice line at $5 to $18.
Unusual bargains in fine willow, oak and leather upholstered rockers
H. H. ZAPF - The Housefurnisber
030-034 COMMERCIAL STREET
Fancy and Staple Groceries
FLOUR, FEED, PROVISIONS,
TOBACCO AND CIGARS .
j Supplies of all kinds at lowest rates, for fishermen,
Farmers and Loggers.
As Vs ALrL,EN Tent and Commercial Streets
FISH WARDEN'S REPORT The re
port of Master Flh Warden Van Du
een submitted yesterday with the fish
commissioners shows that the receipts
of the office for the month just past
amount In all to $1,506.60. Dlstrta No.
1 furnished l,l7.fl and the balance,
5.00 was collected from district No. I.
Disbursements equal In all tf.STS. J4.be
Ing for the operation and construct
ion of hatcheries on Columbla.Cmpqu
and Vaqulns, rivers. Vln referring
to the work being done on the Ontario
hatchery the report says: "At this pres
ent tin six cars of lumber have gone
to the site and ' the four remaining
should go forward the first week In Au
gust. I'nder thesocondltlons I see noth
ing to delay matters and all should be
ready for us according to the contract
time. The lumber Is being gotten out
by the Astoria Box Co, the sash, doors
and frames by Geo. Alnslie & Company
of Portland: the shingles by the Met
calf Shingle Company of Tacoma,Wash
the nails were gotten from the Honey
man Hardware Company of Portland;
the cement, paint, etc., from the W. P.
Fullsr & Conpany of Portland." The
trouble that had attended the efforts
of the warden to obtain a clear title to
lands at the Taquina is referred to In
the report that says in part: "At the
Yaquina hatchery I have succeeded In
getting a title to the lands desired for
hatchery purposes and I beg to sub
mit herewith for your approval and ac
ceptance, a deed duly executed byDr.
F. M. Carter and wife, conveytng the
property desired for .the hatchery build
lngs; and a deed executed by Mr. Da
vid B. Ramsdell and wife conveying
the property desired for water supply
To Feel Well
you must be well. Your digestive
organs must be doing their work
properly. Beecham's Pills act like
oil on machinery, and will rive you
the snap and vigor that only comes
with perfect health.
Beech am s
Sold Everywhere. In boxes 10c and 35c
the success of the . jj
Give os jour order for
' Latest and Best Phono
graph and graphophone
. Social and Personal . .
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Nilson of East As
toria are the parents of a baby grl born
Rt. Rev. Chas. J. O'Reilly, bishop
elect of the tiew diocese of Baker City,
Is taking an outing at Seaside.
C. W. Simon, an expert tuner from
Ellers 'piano house, arrived from Port
land, and will be in the city for a tew
F. N. Smith, of Ellers piano house,
who went to Portland Sunday morning,
returned to Astoria on last evening's
A marriage license was yesterday Is
sued to Charle Haataja, .Wahkiakum
county. Wash., and Annie Nleml, Clat
Father James Rauw, of St. Paul. Or.,
la In the city. He will officiate at the
funeral services of the late Mrs. Ellen
O'Connor today. " '
Miss CecUeAdam, who has been the
guest of Mr, and Mr. J. E. Eakln
at SeasMe tor several days, returned to
her home at Eugene yesterday.
It was erroneously stated yesterday
that Miss Marie Utsinger had returned
from Seattle where she has been visit
ing for some time, Mrs. Utsinger and
her son Edward are home, but Miss Ut
singer did not accompany them.
FLAQ OF TRUCE A Flag of Truce,
performed last night by the Margarita
Fischer Company, pleased a large sud
lence. The popular aggregation gains
In strength each succeeding season. -
AT BEAR RIVER MOUTH The
company of Northern Pacific survey
ors that hAS been working in the vicin
ity of Ihvaco. has moved to the mouth
of Bear river, headed toward the Co
lumbia. The surveyors are now within
eight miles of Chinook. They started
from South Bend and have surveyed
the route through the Xasel country.
Just where the line will strike the
river is only speculation yet, but rrom
the way they are headed it now looics
as though they would come out at or
near the old town of Chinook. The line
Is surveyed down the river from Ka
Uma to Ilwaco, and It Is thought the
company Intends building from South
Bend to the Columbia, eight miles east
of Ilwaco. and then follow the river
to Kalama, where the main line will
be struck. The survey has also' been
made down the river Into Ilwaco, and
the intention seems to be to build a
branch down to Ilwaco and out to the
beach to Stackpole harbor to tap that
AFRO AMERICANS OROANIZB
. New York, August 4. The Afro-American
Equal Rights League of the
State of New York has been organ Izeil
at a--meetlng In Saratoga. Officers
were elected and the president was
empowered to appoint one person from
each congressional district to form an
executive board. Associations are ex
pected to be formed In other states.
MUST STAND TRIAL
New York, August 4. Recorder Goff
has declined to enterain a demurrer by
Kobfrt Martin and Harry Velthusen
who,. as officers of the Delaware Surety
Company, were Indicted for perjury In
connection with the Montana Copper
Mine litigation'. The Indictments were
found two years ego. Trial was fixed
for August 18.
MUST HAVE BILL OF HEALTH.
Salt Lake, Aug. 4. The Oregon Short
Line and Union Pacific railroads have
announced that hereafter, owing to a
prevalence of "scabby" sheep among
Mocks of the west, they will only carry
consignments of sheep accmpanled by
clean bill t health from United States
bureau of animal industry.
CONTRACT CONVICT LABOR
Lnport, 1nd., August 3. The Indiana
j Prison Board, In session at Michigan
j City, has Just opened bids for the first
I letting of convict labor under the new
state law. Four hundred prisoners
will ' be contracted. Seven proposals'
were received, ranging from 40 to 50
cents per day per man.
One of the most recent innovations
In straw sailors Is from Paris. It Is
satin straw, very smooth, with rather
high bell crown. ' The brim Is rolled
and narrow at the back, if has a band
of white leather, enameled In pale col
ors, such as pale blue, pink, pale olive,
etc. The design Is not oriental, but
suggestive of mosaic.
An odd little paper weight for the
desk takes the form of three small and
very realistic looking volumes moulded
from metal and colored to represent
Coral and turquoise are latest and
most popular choices in the neck beads
so much worn at present. The strings
are of a size to fit closely around the
collar. ' They add a touch of color that
Is very desirable with a white costume.
WEST SIDE NOTES
The Misses Wlnthro of Portland are
guests of Miss Alice Sweeney.
Miss Qeorgls King Is visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. Hldernmn stVarrenton.
Rev. Levi Johnson of Portland held'
services In Warren's hall on Kunduy
evening. A Sunday school was organ
ised In the afternoon. Mr. Johnson will
be here again the last Sunday In Au
O Saturday m-xt, the Ladles Oulld of
St. Thomas Chapel will hold a sule
of fancy articles. In the evening there
will be a muslrttl program, lie cream
will be served all day. This Is to be
In Warren's hall and nil aw Invlt.'d.
Mr. Uly's family has returned from
Itnscbtirg. and are now located In Kast
Miss Sophia Ulemim of lilunl is
visiting her trandparentft, Mr. and Mrs.
A. C. Wirt of Sklpanon.
Rev. W. E. Potwlne of Pendleton
held services In St. Thomas Chapel on
Mrs. Williams has .returned from a
two week's visit In Yauulnn. Her sister
ter returned with her for the summer.
Will Gray of Vancouver. Is In
Warrenton this week.
4 BASE BALL SCORES
n PACIFIC WAST.
At Seattle Seattle 7; Sui Francis
At Portland-Portland 8; Sacramento
At Oakland Oakland I; Los Angeles
At Los Angeles Los Angeles 9; Tt
t Spokane Spokane 7: San Francis
At Seattle Seattle ; Helena 8.
At Cleveland Cleveland 2; Detroit 5
At St. Louis-St. Louis 3; Chicago
At St. iituts Second game St.
Lciils l. Chicago 4.
At Chicago Chicago l; Pittsburg 0.
OVER 600 LIVES LOST.
Full particulars were recently receiv
ed front the Samoan inlands In regard
to the terrible hurricane which visited
those Islands ind In which over 6ft)
lives were lost. Such a Unm Is appall
ing, but after all Is not to be compar
ed with the numbtr of persons who
have lost their lives from indigestion,
dyspepsia and constipation and other
stomach troubles. The number has,
however, been considerably reduced
since the introduction of Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters, 50 years ago, because
it positively cures all such ailments
Vour life and health are too precious
to experiment with, therefore try this
famous remedy first of all and be cured
at once, it won't dlsapiwlnt you. The
genuine has our private stamp over the
i eck of the bottle.
Fislers' Opera House
L R. Selig, Lessee nnil Manager.
ONE WEEK COJIMEXCIXO
MONDAY, AUGUST 3.
The Charming Young Actress
And HcrSuperbCouipaovin a Repertoire
of Standard Plays
High Class Specialties Between Acts
Prices 2.1 t ents and .'tf cents
Office of C. Q. M., Vancouver Bar
racks, Wash., July 10, 1903. Sealed pro
nosals, In triplicate, will be received
here until 11 o'clock, A. M., August 10,
1903, for furnishing forage and bedding
at posts in this department for year
ending June 30, 1904. Information fur
nished here or by quartermasters at
posts. U. S. reserves the right to re
ject or accept any or all proposals or
any part thereof. Envelopes contain
ing proposals should be marked:
"Proposals for Forage and Bedding nt
" and addressed to undersigned.
F. H. HATHAWAY, C. Q. M.
Office Constructing Quartermaster.
Astoria, Or., July 18, 1903:-Sealed pro
posals, In triplicate, will be received
at this office until 10 o'clock A. M.,
August 8, 1903, for the construction.
plumbing, heating and electric wiring
of one field officers and one double net
of lieutenants quarters at Fort Stev
ens, Or. United States ' reserves the
right to reject any or all proDosais. in
formation and specification furnished
on application. Envelopes should be
marked "Proposals for construction"
and addressed to Captain Goodale.
Wauled-Woman to do washing at
the house onoe a week. Apply Mi's,
Samuel Elmore, cornerFrnnklln avenue
and Eighth street.
NOTICK TO H0C8EM0VER8
Scaled proposals will be received at
the lwrsonag of the Norwegian-Dan
ish Methodist church, 1768 Franklin
ave., Astoria. Or,, until Aug. 10, 190S,
for moving the church and parsonage
Information furnished. The trustees of
said church reserve the right to reject
any or all proposal. Address '
RKV. F. A. 8CARVIK,
IT6S Franklin sve., Astoria, Oregon.
It Is predicted that the St. Louis
World's Folr will eclipse all tormer ex
hibitions. Those customers of Herman
Wise, the reliable clothier and hatter,
who shell prove lucky enough to win
one of the four first-class round trip
tickets to that World's Fair will cer
tainly see something great. Mr. Wise
gives one number with every ten dol
lar purchase to his customers and hav
ing the largest and finest stock of men
and boy's clothing, hat, etc., thefe Is
good reason for wise buyers to trade
with Herman Wis.
Steln-Block suits at Daniiger's.
Have you seen those new fall shirts
In stiff and soft bosom at Herman
Interview Trullinger A IKrdesty,
4S3 Commercial street, about your elec
For good, reliable piano work set
your local tuner, Tl. Frsderlckson.
mi Bond etree. Phone 2V74 Red.
The newest and latest In cigarettes
Pall Malls; cork tips, ot P. A. Trul
linger'. Two storss.
Fancy, ripe Itartlett pears !0 cents
per dosen at Johnson Bros.
1 BEST 15-CENT MEAL,
Toil will always And the best tic
meal In the city at the Rising Sun res
taurant. No. 612 Commercial street
Hawe's $3.00 hats at Dnntlger's.
We handle the best coals on the mar
ket. ELMORE A CO.
Fancy Oravenstem apples of fins
quality and at low prices. See them
at Johnson Bros.
Notice Is hereby given that Ihe coun
ty superintendent or Clatsop couniy
will hold the regular examination of
applicants for state and county papers
at Astoria, Oregon, as follows:
FOR STATE PAPERS.
Commencing Wednesday, August 12.
at 9 o'clock a. m., and continuing un
til Saturday, August 16, at 4 o'clock.
Wednesday -Penmanship, history,
spelling algebra, reading, school law.
Thursday. Written arithmetic, theory
of teaching, grammar, book-keeping,
physics, civil government.
Friday -Physiology, geography, men
tal arithmetic, composition, physical
Saturday Botany, plane geometry,
general history. English literature,
FOR COUNTT PAPERS.
Commencing Wednesday, August 12,
at 9 o'clock a. m., and continuing
until Friday, August 14, at 4 o'clock p.
First, second and third grade certifi
cates. Wednesday- Penmanship, history,
Thursday Written arlthmetlc.theory
of teaching, grammar, physiology.
Friday Geography, mental arlthme
tic, school law. olvl government.
Primary certificates. , .
Wednesday Penmanship, Orthogra
phy, reading, arithmetic.
Thursday Art of questioning, theory
of teaching and methods, physiology,
- Tours truly,
J. H. ACKERMAN,
Superintendent of Public Instruction.
You Can do It If You Trade
Foard ft Stokes Co.
Everybody enjoys good living but few
like to'ses the .bill corns In, especially
when thiy srs larger than you believe
they should be. Look Into your buy
ing and not only try to save on your
expenses but get the best food for your
table at ths same time. Ws pride our
selves oil keeping omy tne rngnes:
grade of delicacies for the table. Our
preserves, dried fruit, sauces, canned
specialties In meat, fish and vegetables
cannot b sxceltsd anywhers. We want
you to look at our display In this line
and we can ease your troubled mind as
what to eat either tot breakfast, din
ner or lunch. FOARD STOKES CO
New stock of fancy goods Just arriv
ed at Yokohama Ilnnasr. Call aud set
the latest novelties from Japan.
HATS TRIMMRD FREE.
Mrs. ft. IngletMi will continue her re
duction sale of hate skirts, waist and
ladUs' and children' furnishing good
until October 1. Call and see the line.
Also carry u complete line, of hair
switches and pompadours. Price will
suit you. MRS. R. INOLETON,
Summer weight underwear II to 13
a suit at S. Dnnslnger A Co's.
In the County Court of the State of
Oregou for the County of Multno
mah. In tmr matter of the estate of Alkln
' Cnpelnnd, deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVTCN that
pursuant to an order and decree of the
above entitled court, made and entered
on the 33rd day or July, 1903, In the
above entitled matter, the undersigned
Dan J. Moore, a administrator of said
estate, will sell at public auction to
the highest bidder for cash, all of lots
1. 2. B. 6. 13 and 14 of block 129. Mary
Ann Adair's South Addition to the Port
of Upper Astoria, snd Lot one (1) of
Block 7. McClure'a Astoria, and all of
the frontage to Lot 1 of Block 7 Mc
Clure's Astoria properly appertaining
and belonging thereto, all In Clatsop
County, Stale of Oregon, at the wharf
and dock situated upon said last men
tioned property In fhe City of Astoria,
at Ihe hour of eleven o'clock In the fore
noon of the 39th day of August, 1903.
Teniis4f sale cash in hand on the ac
ceptance of bid. The rlxht Is reserved
lo reject any and all bids. The bidder
shall deposit at the time of making
his bid, certified check or caeh for ten
per cent of the amount of his said bid
and as in earnest for the performance
thereof if said bid should be approved
by the administrator and by said
County Court. All rejected bidders will
receive a return of deposit so made.
Dated !5th day of July, 1903
DAN J. MOORE.
Scow Bay Iron 8 Brass Works
" - Manufacturers cf
Iron, Stwl, Hrasi) nml Brouzo Cawling. ,
(itiurul Fuuiulrymi'ii and ruttt'rnmnker.
Absolutely firgtclnas work. Iticca lowest.
Carriage and Wagon.Buildlnj. FirsMlass Horse Shoeing.
Loaning Cmnp Wort?.
All kinds of wagon material in alwk for sale.
We guarantee the best work done in the t ity. Trices rilil.
' Corner Twelfth and Duane Sta, Thoneoji.
. General I'lHckumitliing. Pont hii1 Cannery Work.
See us for High CUa Work. Shop Corner of Kif
teenth mul Dunne Streets, near St. Mary's Iloapital.
HOLMES & SEIBBRT
530 COMMEltCIAL STREET
Best and Neatest Eating: louse-in Astoria
' Try Our 2 5-Cent Dinners
MAPI tuft win u a r.n
iroU MAY 1NTMK1) JUJII.JHWO 1
or nrt It mcfMiiry to HJflJ'IjAdJa A WOIIJC-OUT HOOK4
Takes the plaon of iliinglca, tin, Iron, tar
For flat and steen anrfuooa ,.n...
climates. Reasonable in coat.
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prices and information
THE ELATERITE ROOFING CO.,
We anil, rent, and repair all make of
typewriter. Writ for new catalogue
of New Densmor.
Huxley, Ryan k Co.,
13 Fourth Street. Portland, Or.
7R wash suit, ages 3 to 3 yeara, for
35o at 8. Damtger A Co's,
FULL CREAM CHEESE.
Made In Qray'a River. Relalla at 11
tents a pound. The best ever offered
on the lower Columbia. Try It an
be convinced, Bond Street Market, M.
75(t wash suits for 3So at Danalger's.
Itoayln coal lasts longer, la cleaner
and make less trouble with atovea
and chimney flues than any other coal
on the market. Oeorg W. Sanborn,
agent. Telephone 1311,
A NU-e Assortment of Fancy Crockery
W arc pleased to announce to ths
ladies of Astoria and vicinity thai ws
are able to ahow as fin a line of plain
atid decorated crockery and glassware;
as Is to be found In the city, Every ar
ticle will command your keenest In
specting and Is sold at price not lo be
equaled elsewhere. When you want ta
bu y crockery of any kind for dinner,
luncheon, flh sets, tea sets, cutlery t
mati h, be sure alid see our Hit., It will
please you, FOAIlfr A BTOKKH CO.
NOT HOW MUl'H
BIT HOW OOOD.
IS CENTS A PINT
Comer Eighteenth and Franklin.
Best Restaurant I
Rcfulsr Meals, 25 Ccott
Sunday Dinners a Specialty
E'crytbfnf the Market Affords
High Class Chef t
and grave), and all prepared roofinga '
v.. t. i rnr :" . .
" iemperoa tor an
merit. Guaranteed. It will nav to oik for
Worcester Building, Portland. .