FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1904. THE MORNING ASTOMAN, ASTORIA, OREGON. 8 DISFIGURED in Era Brushed Scales from Face Like Pow dor Under Physicians Six Months But Grew Worse Some Said Face Would Be Marked for Life Now Without a Blemish. CUTICURA REMEDIES WORK WONDERS, 1 'j MA I m sufferer with mcms I write to tell you what a Krent friend J found in tutlcum Itemedlu. In mx month I bad tried three doctor, but did not get any IfMti-r. It was on my body And on my f.-H io thick that 1 could hardly put a pin cm mo with out touching co nSH ' 'awn. My face was covered, my eyebrow rame out, and then it got in my eye. 1 then went to Another doctor. 1I nuked me what 1 wm Uklna for It, and I told hlin Cutleura. lie aaid that wm k very good tiling, but that he thought that my fne would be mnrkcl for life. Jtut CutU-ufe did iU work snd my face is Bow just M clear a it ever wo. "My brother-in-law told me about the wonderful Cutleura, remcdli. 1 took hia advice and got the Ointment, 8oap. and Hcaolvent. I waahed with the Cutleura 8oap and then applied the Ointment, and took Cutleura Itewtlvent at directed. In a abort time my face ben to get better, and when 1 had taken one bottle of lWdvent 1 could bruith the ecalee off my fare like a powder. When 1 had taken four bottle my face won a clear aa ever. "1 told all my friend nlut my remarkable cure. I foci o thankful I want everylKMly far nnd utile to know what Cutleura can do. It la a mire cure for ectema. " (alerted) Mr. Emma White, 611 Cherrier Ilace, Caiudon, N. J., April 25, 11KI5." ('waM KlWMt IWcmwJ TwlMl fcf 7 lt.rn.-r, KoO llmplM I. .nrfuH, mm lul. , M Mr. .IHI.MI at twin Ci4 WlfcSW. M .11 1, MfM nl U 4nf ut. M j r MU VeMk " Ur VIM ' A mck-looklnjf man, acimrnled by bit wife,' visited a tailor to order tilt of clothe. Opinion different a t j the materLI tut iho ' of making. end the wife lout her temper, "tin, vell," h said,' turnlnf away, "please yourself 1 I suppose you are the out who will wear the clothe. "Well." olerved the husband, with a frightened expression. "I didn't suppose you'd wnt to wear the coat and the wUteot.' Maneheter Chronicle. Stop That Cough! When a cough, a tickling or an irrlta Hon In the throat make you feel tin comfortable take Ballard' Hoeehmind fyrup. Don't wait until the disease ha gone beyond control. Mr. and Mr. I. A. Anderson. 3Si Wet Fifth treet, Salt Lake City. Utah, write: "We think llallnrd'a Horehound Syrup the lxt medicine for cough and cold. We have used It for aeveral year; It alway give immediate relief, I very pleaant and give perfect satisfaction." 25c, 50c, $1.00. Sold by Hurt' drug tore, Here i a pretty good one: A' mnn who patronize the mail order home when ho haa cash allow the children to play with the big catalogue. One morning the nure eame out and told them there wa a new baby In the house, "Who brought it?" asked the children. The niiro replied that it juat come. "Oh, I know." wild 0110 little, tot, "it's a Scars-Roebuck baby and I bet lt' adul terated Junt like the pepper and straw berry jam was and papa will have to keep it because he aent the money in advance." ' "Make Hay While the Sun Shine." There U a lesson In the work of the thrifty farmer. lie know that the bright sunshine may last but a day and he prepare for the ahower that are liable to follow. So It ahould be with very household. Dysentery, dinrrhoea and cholera morbus may attack iome member of the home without warning. Chamberlain's Colio Cholera and Dinrr lioea Remedy, which is the best known medicine for these diseases, should al ways be kept at hand, as Immediate treatment Is necessary, and delay may prove fatal. For sale by Frank Hart. - LARGE WOOL CLIP. HELENA. August 9.Tho largest In dividual wool slip ever grown on fie American continent was shipped from TUUIngs, In this state, over the Burling ton to Boston, consigned to a wool firm there. The clip was the property of C. M. Hair' nnd weighed 1,500,000 pound and 44 ears were required to carry It. It took a large force 10 days to bale It. The owner refused an offer of 24 cents a pound for it. .". fterblnt Render the bile mor fluid and thus help the blood to flow it afford prlmpt relief front biliousness, Indi- gtlon, tick and nervou headaches, and overindulgence In food and drink. O, L. Caldwell, Aft. M. K. and T, It. It Cliecotah, Ind. Tor., write, April 18, 1003 1 "I wa lck for over two year with enlargement of the liver and spleen, The doctor did me no good, nd I had given up all hope of being cured, when my druggist advised me to use Ilerblne, It ha made me tound and well." 60c. Sold by Hart's drug store. - 0 Percy You mut xeue my coming to see you In my business sultf r.lliel-Olil that' all right, it long a you mean U ;n8mll. Rheumatism When paint or Irritation exist on any part of the body, the application of Ballard' Suow Liniment gives prompt relief. E. W. Sullivan. Prop. Sullivan House, Kl Reno, O. T., writes, June 0, 1002 1 "I take pleasure in recommend ing Ballard' Snow Liniment to all who are afflicted with rheumatism. It la the only remedy I have found that give Immediate relief." 23c BCKj snd $1.00. Sold by Hart's drug store. Tom How did Dick happen to marry the only one that was left of eight (latent Harry Simply enough. II gets only one-eighth of a mother-in-law that way. -Answers, Summer Diarrhoea in Children. During the hot weather of the tuminer month the ftrtt unnatural lootenets of a child's bowels should have Immediate st tent Ion, so at to check the disease before it become serious. Alt' that U necessary Is afew doses of Chamberlain's Cholle, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy followed by a dose of Castor oil to cleanse the system. Rev. M. O. Stock lamb pastor of the first M. E. Church of Little Fall,-Minn, writes( "Wa have used Chamberlain' Colic. Cholera snd Dlantoa Remedy for aaVeral year and And It a very valuable remedy, es pecially for ummer disorders in chil dren." Sold by Frank Hart, leading druggist. ; hug Bertha I asy, fatheis are you still growing! t'ltiierXo. my dear, whyt Bertha (puuled) Why, bcaue the top of your hear it coming through your hair. Bystanirr. CITY H0IICES. LEGAL H0TICES. Unnecessary Expense. Acute attack of colic and diarrhoea come on without warning and prompt relief must be obtained. There Is no necesity of incurring the expense of a phyalclan'e ervices in such esses if Chamberlain' Colic. Cholera and Diarr hoea Remedy Is at hand. A dose of this remedy will relieve the patient before the doctor could arrive. It ha never been known to fail, even in the most severe and dangerous case and no fam ily should 1 without it. For sale by Frank Hart, leading druggist. aug NOTICE OF IMPROVEMENT. KOTJCE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT the Common Council of the City of Astoria has declared it determination and Intention to repair Bond street from a point 15 feet west of the East line of Forty-second street to the West line or Forty "fourth street, From a point IS feet west of the eat line of Forty-sec ond street to a point 132 feet west of the west Hue of Forty-fourth ttreet the repair shall consist of replanklng the street on the existing stringers with covering planking 4 Inches in thickness by 12 Inches In width to the present width, excepting the portion' covered by the right of way of the Astoria Electric Company's street railway track, and that the portion from a point 132 feet west of the west line of Forty-fourth treet to the west line of Forty-fourth street shall be repaired by grading the same to it full width and by planking the same to the width of ten feet on each side of the Astoria Electric Com pany' street rallwsy track. Th cov ering planking to be three lucres in thickness by 12 inches in width jJ throughout said Improvement two new stringers 4 Inches in thkkne by S Inches In width shall be placed on each side of the street, and new handrail shall be constructed where the same now exists on the old street. All ma terlsl used shell be good tound red or yellow fir lumber. In nutter of detail said Improvement shall be constructed according to the plans and specifications therefor to be prepared by the City Surveyor as hereinafter provided and general ordi nance Xo. 1001 and any matter of con struction and drainage found necessary to make the improvement safe or sub stantial shall be done by the contractor whether specified or not, without extra charge. The City Surveyor has been directed to make and file with the Auditor and Police Judce of the City of Astoria, plans and specifications for the con struction of ssid improvement and estl mates of the costs and expense thereof. That the cost and expeme of eon itructlng said improvement hall be defrayed by special assessment upon the loU ,Ind and premises benefitted by the same which aaid Iota, lands and premises are included In the special aa teasraent district including all lot, land and premise to benefitted to-wlti North half of Block S and 7 In Adair's Port of Upper Astoria; South half of Block 105 in Adaha Port of Upper Astoria, as laid out and recorded by John Adair, and the South half of Block 112 in Adair's North Addition to the Tort of Upper Astoria, OLOF AXDERSOX, Auditor and Police 'Judge of the City of Astoria. 8-90U H0TICE TO TAX PAYERS. The Board of Equalization of Clatsop County, Oregon, will attend at the office of the County Clerk of Clatsop Coanty, Oregon, on Monday, August 27, 1906, and dally thereafter until and Including Saturday, September 1, 1906, to public ly examine the assessment roll for the year WOO, and correct all error in valuation, description or equalities of land, lots or other properties and H shall be the duty of all parties inter ested to appear at that time and place for th purpose of correcting any error that may appear in sld assessment roll ''r". T. S. CORNELIUS, Assessor, Clatsop County, Oregon. Astoria, Oregon, August 6, 1900. 8-3-2St. (D. 4 W.) PURE IN THE Will do more Cleaning, more Shining, do it Better, with less Labor, and Wear on the Hands than any other arti cle Costing Double its Price. If your deilrr hm't " 20-Mule-Teun Borsx, tdks no eubitltuta. Write ut, en tloilni S cent, giving dealer's name, and we will mail you t, package and include illuRtritted Booklet. Addreaa, PACIFIC COAST BORAX CO., Ban Francisco, Csl, " 20-iULE-TEAM " BORAX SOAP Saves Hands, Clothes and Labor All Grocers KECEIVEK'S R0TICE. In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for the County of Multnomah. Eleanor Olmstead, plaintiff, vs. Th Traders', Insurance Company, et eb defendants. Notice Is hereby given that the under signed has been appointed by the above- entitled court In the above-entitled cause receiver for the State of Oregon, of the defendant, The Traders Insurance Com pany of Chicago, Illinois, and that by order of the said court, all person hav- ng claims, against the aaid defendant. The Traders' Insurance Company, arising on policies issued in Oregon, are required to present the same to the undersigned, at the address below given on or before the 31t day of October, 1900, and If not so presented, the same will not partici pate in the distribution of the funds of the said defendant company .in the hands of the receiver. Notice Is further given, that all re turn premiums will be computed from the th day of May, 1906, the date of th Insolvency of the said The Traders' Insurance Company, and all policyhold era of the said defendant company are urged to reinsure, If they have not al ready done so, and to present their claims properly verified promptly to the receiver with the surrender of their policies. Forms for proofs of claims may be had from the receiver or from the former gents of the company, A. H. BIRRELU Eeeeiver. Address McKay Building. Portland, Oregon. Dated June 2& 1901 A. P. IXECEE and BEACH t SIMON, Attorneys for Receiver. 7-16-30t NOTICE TO STOCEH0LDESS. The annual meeting of the stockhold era of the Odd Fellows' Land & Build ing Association will be held on Thurs day, August 23, 1906. at 2 o'clock p. m. at Odd Fellows' Hall. JOHN HAHN Secretary. l-8-4t NOTICE. ' a NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 1I1AI the Common Council of the City of Astoria has declared its determination and intention to establish the grade on Columbia avenue from the east line of Lincoln Avenue to the West line of Mel bourne Avenue, so that the grade when so established will be on the following elevations above the b8e of grades, to-witi On the North half of the street at the East line' of Lincoln Avenue at 108 ft. above the base of grades, and in the center line of the street at 110 feet above the base of grades on the North side of the street and 110 ft. above the base of grades in the center line of the street; at the Southwest corner of Block 19 at 132 ft. at the North line of the street, and 134 ft. in the center line of the street; at the East line of Melbourne Atenue at 117 ft. above the base of grades on the North line of the street and at 122 ft at the center line of the street; at the West line of Melbourne at 120 ft. above the base of grades at the North line of the street, and 125 ft. above the base of grades at the center line of ths atrpot. amt on the South half of the street the grade shall be as follows: At the East line of Lincoln Avenue at the South liue of the street at 112 ft. at the center line of the street 110 ft. at the west line of Lincoln Avenue, at the South line of the street 112 feet, and at the center line at 110 ft. above the base of grades, and at the South west corner of Block 19 in Taylor's As toi(ia at 136 R above the base of grades at the South line of Columbia Avenue and 134 feet at the center line of Columbia Avenue. At the East line of Melbourne Avenue at 140 feet above the base of grades on the South line of Columbia Avenue and 138 ft. above the base of grades at the center line of Columbia Avenue at the west line of Melbourne Avenue, 142 ft. at the South line of Columbia Avenue and 140 ft. at the center line of Columbia Avenue. OLOF ANDERSON, Auditor and Police Judge of the City of Astoria. Astoria, Oregon, August Cth, 1900. 8-9-lOt. We are judged by results, not by nowhere. One small result is worth heaps of grand, soggy Intentions that never get beyond the threshold of a lazy at . ..mu..... a s mm mm The Kind Ton Hare Always Bought, and which has been In vm for over 30 years, ha borne the signature of and has been made under his per f-f-- sonal supervision since Its Infancy. i'CUcUM Allow no one to deceive yon In this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Juat-as-good" are bnt Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Childrea-Eiperlence against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Cantoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Jfarcotie substance. Its age Is Its guarantee. It destroys Worm and allays Feverihness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. genuine CASTORIA 'mw Bears the Signature ct SIX ' smi-zLzSE7' w w ar The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. tmi eiKT.ua tmmntn. n aaauf OTacsT. torn eaa tn. Parker House Oregon Restaurant NEW AND FIRST-CLASS DINING- ROOM. ALL THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Corner Ninth and Aator Street. lGQQSell YoarReQl Esiaieor Bosioess NO MATTER WHERE LOCATED Properties and Business of all kinds sold auicklv for cash in all parts of the United States. Don't wait. Write to dav describinz what you have to sell and give cash price on same. IF YOU WANT TO BUY any kind of Business or Real Estate anywhere, at any price, write me your requirements. I can save you time and money. DAVID D. TAFF, THE LAND MAN 415 Kansas Avenue. T0PEKA, - KANSAS. The American Collection Agency No fee charged un it s ' collection Is made. We make col lections in all parts of the United States. 413 Kansas Ave. TOPEKA, KANSAS. ANTHONY P. WTLS0N, Attorney 7 I '-SHfct i - Cm Bi for OBoitural diKkMUMjaSMBaiauoaa, Irritation, or leriton ( acea awmbrMM. fi. .mm Cmum. PaiuiMm an aot aMriB TKfMSSGHtMlfUOT. .oi or polMBoaa. V C.S.1. 5' V" M rmHa ptoia wrajypar. n ..rthottlr.t'i.rS. Circalar t o TO" , 4. i or r Cim I y" EELD2TESEf : ', '" . 1 e:schssges : : ' -''" J Each Cap- """ ' t "''fJJyr Btwt (if tomittrfeitt , ! 7mntmt't by all rtmrtta, , 1 IS pUR FIELD, AND WE COVER IT. Our field is the district tributary to the mouth of the Columbia River. We pene trate into all the outlying districts, into lumber camps and isolated neighborhoods. The business of these places belongs to you, and it is worth going after.. .Space in THE MORNING ASTORIAN is reason able; contract for some and let these out siders know that you are still in business at the old stand. You may have a "grouch" but that won't get business; forget it. Let the people know what you have to sell; they may "forget" or have "forgotten" Sfie MORNING ASTORIAN THE ONLY PAPER ON THE LOWER COLUMBIA HAVING ASSOCIATED , PRESS SERVICE : : '