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Remember the Regatta
Is doe this month! It will be a great success bat
not greater than the success of the
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.
Sails, Tents, Awnings, and Covers.
SOLID OAK ROUND TOP
Large new line at $7.75 and up
Elegant new designs in Chiffoneiresand Hall Trees
Come in and see some Nobby Furniture
H. H. ZAPF - The Housefurnbher
630-634 COMMERCIAL STItEET
Fancy and Staple Groceries
FLOUR, FEED. PROVISIONS.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.... ...
Supplies of all kinds at lowest rates, for fishermen,
., Farmers and Loggers.
A. V. ALLEN Tenth and Commercial Streets
(ELATERITE Is Mistral Rubber)
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.yOU MAY INTEND Bl'IM)IG
orflnd It necnrrtoRPLACEAWOR3(4irT ROOF
Takes the place of shingles, tin, iron, tar and gravel, and all prepared roofings
For flat and steep surfaces, patten, vsllevg, etc. Easy to lay. Tempered for all
climates. Reasonable in cost. Sold on merit. Guaranteed. It will pay to ask for
prices Bnd information.
THE ELATERITE ROOFING CO., Worcester Biilding, Portland.
Scow Bay Iron 8 Brass Works
Iron, Steel, Brass and Bronze Casting?.
General Foundryuien and Patternmakers.
Absolutely firstclass work. Prices lowest.
If so then your system is out of
there is a flaw somewhere in your constitution,
and a possibility that you are losing: health, too.
The falling off in weight may be slight, but it makes
a wonderful change in one's looks and feelings, and
unless the building up process is begun in time,
vitality and strength are soon gone and health
quickly follows. If you are losing weight there is
a cause for it. Your blood is deteriorating and
hfWMninor tnn rwif tn nrnnerlv nourish
a i LiA .
uu luni-iitu vuvi nv,6ti to ivcuucu, xi requires eomeuiing moist (
than an ordinary tonic to build up a feeble constitution, for unless the poisons
and germs that are lurking in the blood are destroyed, thev will further int. I
poverish the blood and weaken the system, and you continue to lose weight
In S. S. S. will be found purifying and tonic properties combined. It
hoc oniy ouuas up weax consumuons,
tut searches out and destroys germs
and poisons of every description and
cleanses the system of all impurities,
thus laying the foundation for a
healthy, cteady increase in weight
and future good health.
Food may be bountiful and the
appetite good, but still the system
weakens and we remain poor in flesh
unless what we eat is properly digested
and turned into rich, pure blood.
S. 8. S. re-inforces the Stomach and
aids the digestion and assimilation of
food, and there is a rapid up-building
of health and strength. S. S. S. acts
promptly and beneficially upon the nervous system, strengthens and tone
it up, and relieves the strain by producing sound, refreshing 6leep. Yoa
can find no tonic so invigorating as S. S. S., and being c6mposed exclusively
of roots and herbs its use is attended with no bad effects. Old people will
find that it braces them up, improves the circulation of the blood, and
Strong or well, and who are growing thinner and falling below their usual
weight, should take a couiseof S. S. 8. and build up again. 8. 8. 8. 1$
recognized everywhere as the leading blood purifier and the safest and best
of all tonics. We cheerfully furnish medical advice, without charge, to ail
who will write ua. 1ZX 9WFT tPCCIFIQ CO ATIAKTA, CJU
Give us your order for
Latest and Best Phono
graph and graphophone
Corner Eighteenth and Frankliir.
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WONDERFUL GAIN IN WEIGHT.
EuhUtUIs, Ala.. Jan. 10. 1900.
Boms ysarg ago mr gsnsrsl health
gar war; my nervous system w
shattered, and I eould get nothing to
do ma any good till I began to OH
B. 8. B. I commenced to Improve at
ones. Mr appetite became splendid
and from 135 pounds I Increased to
180. I becams well again by taking
B. B. 8. and would take no amount tot
the good It did me. My health Is
now perfect, and I believe If evry
body would take a bottle of 8. 8. f.
occasionally, they would enjoy 1U
M I am doing. W. L. WIS8TOJT. A
' Iy m
sumuiaies ail the bodily organs, and
persons of delicate constitutions can
take S. S. S. with safety, as it doea not
derange the Stomach like the strong
mineral remedies, but acts gently ana
without any shock to the system. Those
Whose feeltfPS tell ihm thv an. tint
LOWS SECRETARY SLASHED
WILLIAM J. MORAN IN DKFKND
ING AGED WOMAN IS ATTACKED
BY SET OP BUFFIANS.
-New York, August J. William J. Mo
ran, assistant secretary to Mayor Low,
has been slashed in the thigh by one of
a gang of rufffcws in Catherine street
where he had stopped to protest against
the taunts ofa gang aimed at a decrep
it female beggar! His Injury was not
serious and after having It ilrewJ he
went home. Louis Snyder, who was
with Moran, was slushed across the
back of his neck and sustained an ug
ly wound.. When Moran spoke to the
roughs one of them rushed upon him.
The assistant secretary knocked the fel
low down but his friends Immediately
rushed into the tray. The cutting followed.
LEAPS FROM SIXTH FLOOR
WOMAN' TRIES TO END HER LIFE
AND FAILING, ROASTS JANITOR.
New York, Aug. 8. Kate Walsh, 25
years old, has tried to end her life by
jumping from a sixth floor in an apart
ment In Wes Sixteenth street. There
is a cistern at the bottom of the air
shaft and the woman plunged through
the boards which covered It Into the
water. The police carried her to tlu
hospital and there It was found that het
Injuries are -lot serious despite the
I great distance she had dropped.
! With other homeless women of the
j neighborhood, she was in the habit of
I entering in the side entrance of the
apartment house and sleeping In vacant
j When the woman found she had fail-
ed to end her hopeless struggle she vig
i oiously denounced the Janitor for leav
! Ing the cistern open.
PAPAL THTONE IS GORGEOUS
POPE PIUS IT IS THOUGHT WILL
NOT BLESS PEOPLE FROM OUT
SIDE AS HALF EXPECTED.
. Rome, Aug. 8. By special permission
a representative of the Associated Press
was allowed to enter St. Peters tonight
to observe preparations for the coro
nation sen-Ices tomorrow. In the center
isle a wide space has been fenced off
for passage of the cortege. The ttfmpels
have ben richly decorated with red da
mask fringed with gold1. The papal
throne rises majestically at the furtnei.
end of the great building, being a be
wildering mixture of gold, red and sil
ver and appearing altogether too gor
geous to be sat in. The portico of St.
Peters has been closed by great cur
tains to prevent any one from looking
in as the pope passes which would seem
to confirm the statement that Pope Plus
will not bless the people from outside
the balcony as was half expected.
TEXTILE STRIKE DECLARED OFF.
Philadelphia, Aug. 8. The textili
strike which was inaugurated 10 weeks
ago was this aftr-rnoon practically de
clared off when 20,000 of the 60,000 strik-
1 ers decided to return to work Monday.
' MANY ISSUES ARE INVOLVED.
Honolulu, Aug. 8. (By Pacific cable)
Judge DeBolt of the territorial circuit
court today refused to grant the restral
nlng Injunction asked for by the Haw
aiian Commercial company of Spreck
elsvi'le, the largest sugar plantation on
the islands, against the Wai Luku
Sugar Company, both of Maul Island.
The litigation involves water rights of
the value of several hundred thousand
dollar, the source of the water being In
the mountains. Upon the issues in
this case depend scores of old native
royal grants, leases, deeds and boundar
ies. The transcript contains 1,000 pages
of testimony. An appeal will be taken
to the supreme court
82.00 straw hats for "5 cents at DAN
A Model Kitchen
Every Home Can Have One at a Very
You would be astonished If told the
prices that Foard & Stokes Co., it set
ling Its famous cooking stoves and
utensils at A better assortment can
not be found In any store In the state.
We supply everything from a dust pan
to a range at prices that will fit any
oocketbook. It Is economy to have
your kitchen modern. Saves labor, ex
pense and your health. Let us show
you what we can do to remodel your
home. We want at least a chance to
quote you our prices.
$1.50 straw hats for DO cents at DAN
GER'S. THE ASTORIAN
O JOB DEPARTMENT
URGES NAVY FOR BRAZIL,
New York, Aug. 8.-WW1 discussing
naval estimates In the chamber of dep.
utles, Thomas Cavaleante has, accord
ing to a Herald dispatch from Klo Jane
Iro, wired the members of the posslbll.
Ity of a foreign aggression and pleaded
that Prasll ahould place herself In a po
sition to oppose the attacks of a Euro
lenn country. Particular stress whs
placed on the danger of aggression
vlernmny and the depftty urged that
l?ra:ll build up a navy at once.
' Churches. i
METHODIST Rev. Harold oborg. the
pasor. will preach. Morning theme,
"Th Hedoulns in Israel," evening
theme, "The Discovery t Self." S'C
Inl music at the evening service.
i)NOKKOATIONAL Rev. K. S. Hoi
linger will conduct the services iit the
congregational church. The themes
will be "Seeing the Christ in the Com
mon Things of Life'' and "Jesus show
lug the Father." Mr. Uollinger will
supply this pulpit for several Sundays
more and would be pleased to see all
his ojld friends and meet many new
ones. He will preach nt the Prospect
Park school at S o'clock on Sunday.
BAPTIST "Christian Growth" and
".SauCa Armor" will be the subjects
of sermons at the Baptist church to,
day. All other services as usual.
FIRST LUTHERAN Rev. Oscar OS.
trom will conduct the usual services
today. Sunday school at the usual
PRESUYTERIAN Services as usual
today. Rev. W. S. Gilbert, pastor of
Calvary Presbyterian church, Port
lanl, will preach at both services.
NORWEGIAN-DANISH MKT I It DIST
Sunday scho il 10 a. in. The pastor wilt
preach both morning and evening.
Morning subject. "The Faithless and
the Faithful" vening subject. "He
Delight In Merry." Special musk
in the evening.
GRACE Service this morning at 0)
o'clock. The evening service will be
SALVATION ARMY-Thcre will be a
farewell meeting at the barracks this
evening. Capt. McAllaster has ob
tained a. furloujh w will visit he
mother at Portland, and Ensign Park
er may .itcend the camp meeting at
Washington ParkTSeattle. Capt. ant.
Mrs.HoIton of Grant's Pass have been
assigned to Astoria and will probably
arrive in a f-w days.
OVER 600 LIVES LOST.
Full particulars were recently recelv
ed from the Samoan Islands In regard
to the terrible hurricane which visited
those Islands anil In which over 600
lives were lost. Such a loss Is appall
ing, but after all is not to be compar
ed with the nunibtr of persons who
have lost their lives from Indigestion,
dyspepsia and constipation anil other
stomach troubles. The number lias,
however, been considerably reduced
since the Introduction of Hosteller's
Stomach Bitters, 50 yars ago, because
it positively cures all such ailments.
Your 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 disappoint you. The
genuine has our private stamp over the
i eck of the bottle. ,
M- straw hats for 35 cents at DAN
Office of C. Q. M., Vancouver Bar
racks, Wash., August 5, 1903. Sealed
proposals, In triplicate, will foe received
here until 11 a. m., September 4, 1903,
and then opened for repairs to Huspltfll
at Fort Stevens, Oregon. U. H. reserv
es the rigM to reject or accept any or
all proposals or any part thereof. En
velopes containing proposals should be
marked: "Proposals for repairs to Hos
pital at Fort Stevens, Oregon," and ad
dressed to undersigned.
F. H. HATHAWAY, C. Q. M.
. FAIR .
September 14-19. 1903
The Greatest Exposition and Live Stock
Show on the Pacific Coast.
High Class Racing every afternoon.
$12,000 Cash Premium
on live stock and farm
.All exhibits hauled free over the South
Reduced transportation rates on all
Live Stock Auction Salu
held In connection with the fair.
Fine camping ground free and reduced
rates on campers' tickets Come
and bring your families.
For further Infor
W. D. WISDOM, Secretary
You can buy here our M.50 stiff bo
som shirts for $1.00 lit all sites.
8. DANZIQER A CO,
N WATER CONSUMERS.
Will take notice that Monday, Aug.
to, will be the last day on which to pay
tvater rates to avoid the penalty charg
ed all deltmiuents.
75c wash suits tor 35c At Donilger's.
Young lady, alone, unencumbered,
fond of music, and home life, would be
g'ad to make the actum In tnttce of a gen
tlemnn of means who Is matrimonially
Inclined. Address MRS. H, HARDY,
Gen. Del., PORTLAND, OR.
Triumph fruit onn wrench works hot
ways. Is steel, nlckle plated.. It meant
perfectly sealed Jars, Adit for 10 cents.
Ask us to show them to you.
Wanted Girl or middle-aged woman
to care for two children during the day
time. Apply today. .Occident hotel,
SPRITE VP FOR REGATTA,
Rt sld-.'ncea, saloons, restaurants, etc.
Palms for decorative purposes at Foard
St Stokes Co. 5-lonf, 5c; -leaf, 85c;
.-leaf, Jl; lurge, $5. SO; extra large,
112; fern palms. 5-leaf, 12, They must
be seen to be tpprcclated at the alsivt
prices. FOARD & STOKES CO.
Oregou poaches, pluma.apples prunes,
t.muito, ruullllower, cabbage, canta
hiilv, wax and string beans, and all
other good fruit and vegt-tabks In mar
ket. JOHNSON BROS.
7JC-ENT GOLF SHIRTS
For 50 cents; men's striped and fig
ured gulf shirts, Slavs 14 1-3 to IT, at
NOTICE TO HOt'SEMOVERS
Sealed proposals will be received al
the parsonage of the Norwegian-Danish
Methodist church, 17M Franklin
ave., Astoria, Ore., until Aug. 10, tttoj.
for moving the church and parsonage
Information furnished. The trustees of
said church reserve the right to reject
any or all proposals. Address
v REV. F. A. SCAR VIE.
176S Franklin ave., Astoria, Oregon,
For good, reliable piano work te
your local tuner, Th, Frederlckton,
1071 riond stree. Phone 2074 Red,
The newest and latest In cigarettes
Pall Malls; cork tips, at P. A. TruL
linger's. Two stores.
EXCURSION RATES KA$T VIA
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
Chicago and return, t71.fr).
St. Louis and return, t7.S0
Peorlu and return $69.25
St. Paul and return ft.
Minneapolis and return id).
Duluth and return $00.
Date of sale June 4 and S and 24 to
July 15 and 18 and August 2b to 28.
Tickets jfood SO days.
For full Information call on or ad
dress, K. D!ckin, city ticket agent, 122
Third strest Portland, Ore.
A. L. CRAIG,
General Passenger Agent,
Subscribe tor the Semi-Weekly As-
torlnn, $1.00 a year.
It is imsll wonder then that
leirTYiVNvHIl 17 rt Naturs's Own .i , 1
mi msrveloui. 1 nis prepsrsuon an local oKia hood and beautlfier and
r.md for Aunburn. tcrema, uurns. Bruises. Chaoned Hanrf
nt marvelous, 1 atij.i..
IrrlUtlon OI insj .m-i ins , "enencis in us enecla of all emollients and is sn article which cannot safely
bediapensed within any household. Medical Lake Ointment if applied (especially Immediately after waihing)
' will allay all soreneis and aiiurs a idft,- velvety surface to the akin. 2sc. box at druggists.
MEDICAL LAKE SOAP for toilet and nur.ery, makea bathing a luxury. 25C. a cake.
NOT PATBNT MKDICINES.
MEDICAL LAKE SALTS MFQ. CO., Sole Manufacturer
NEW YORK AND SPOKANE. WASHINGTON.
For sale In Astoria by Frank Hdt, Corner Fourteenth and Commercial t
Twelfth and Commercial, and Charles Rogers, Odd Fellows' Building.
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Fancy, rlpo Bartlett peart SO cnt
Iter doaen at Johnson Bros.
BEST IB-CENT MEAL.
Tou will always And tht bst Ue
meal In tho city at tht Rising Sun res
taurant, No. lit Commercial strt.
Fancy dravciisteln applet of An
quality and at low prUtt. Pes them
t Johnson Brot.
New stock of fancy goodt Just arrlv
d at Tokohama Bnisur, Call and see
ths latest novelll from Jspan.
ST Alt NORMAL SCHOOL
Training school for teachers' course
arranged especially for training teach
er for all branches of Ihe profession.
Most approved methods for graded and
ungraded work taught In actual dis
trict school. Th demands for grad
uates of tills school at teachers fur ex
ceeds the tupply. The training depart
ment, which consists of a nine gnide
public school of about SM pupils, Is well
quipped In all Its branches Including
sloyd, music, drawing and physical
training. Tht noruutl course the beat
and quickest way to state certificate.
Fall term opens Hept. !2. For cata
logue or Information address,
K. D. RESSLER, President.
Or J. B. V. BUTLER. Secretary.
You Can do it if You Trad With
Foard & Stokes Co.
Everybody enjoys good living but few
like to see the bills come In, especially
when thy art laoger than you believe
they should be. Look Into your buy
ing and not only try to save on your
expenses but get tht best food for your
table at the same time, We pride our
selves on keeping only the highest
grade of delicacies for tht table. Our
pres-jrves, dried fruit, sauces, canned
specialties In meat, fish and vegetable!
cannot bo excelled anywhdr. Wo want
you to look at our display In this lint
and wt can ease your troubled mind at
what to eat cither for breakfast, din
ner or lunch. FOARD A STOKES CO
Carriage ind Wagon Bondin?. Flrst-Class Horse Shoeing.
Logging Camp Work, .
All kinds of wagon materials in stock for sale.
We guarantee the best work tlone in the city. Trices right.
Corner Twelfth antl Diiane Sis. Thone 911.
General Uliickniiiitl'inif. Hunt mid Cminerv Work.
Sec us fur lltjfh Clue Work. Sli.-j) Corner of Tif.
teentli mill Diiiirxs Suci'tH, near Sr. Mary's lliirjiiml.
HOLMES & SBIBB RT
WO COMMERCIAL 8TKKKT
Best and Neatest Eating House In Astoria
- Try Our 25-Cent Dinners
MARINOXir.H A. M
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I h.r. I. no malady of th. pld whkh wl niA ivibtatnmMm
MEDICAL LAKE OINTMENT (or cresm) possesses healing power which
.uji in rood and beautlfier and
Burn, Bruises, Chapped Hand and
- Ladies Attention
A Nlc Assortment of Fanov Crockery
Wt art pltated to anmmnct to tho
ladles of Astoria and vicinity that wt
ar Btitt to thow st Ant a lint of plain
and decorated erockory and glassware
nt Is tu be found In tht city. Every ar
ticle will command your keenest ln
mwt ilon and la sold at priest not to bo
equaled elsewhere. When you want to
buy crockery of any kind for dinner,
luncheon, Ash seta, tea tett, cutlery to
match, bo sure and s" our line,. It will
please you. FOARD STOKES CO.
NOT HOW MITII
BUT HOW GOOD.
IS CENTS A PINT
Wt Itnndlt tho best coals on the mar
ket. KLMORR CO.
' 'Phone Ml.
HATS TRIMMKD FREE.
Mrs. R. Ingietsn will continue her re
duction salt of halt skirts, waltta and
ladlos' and children's furnishing goods
until Octoher 1, Call and tee tht line.
Also carry a complett tine of hair
twitches and pompadours. Prices will
suit yeii. MRS. R. INOLETON.
Wanted Woman to do washing at
the house once a week. Apply Mrt.
, Samuel Elmore, cornerFraitklln avenue
and Eighth street.
Interview Trulllnger A Ilgrdesty,
433 Commercial street, about your elec
DF.N8MORE TYPEWRITERS. ,
Wo sell, rent, and repair all makea of
typewriter!. Wrltt for new catalogue
of New Densmort.
Huxley, Ryan A Co.,
82 Fourth Street. Portland, Or,
High Class Chef I
Th. Indlsns r:0gnl(l lh.H virtue.
is the quickent and moit screeable
is the quickeat and moat acreeable
Face, and all Roughness and
he Conn Drug Company, Corner
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