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THE MOKNLNG ASTOKIAN. SUNDAY, J-JNIl t,
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Telephone, Main 661.
TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION.
Sent by m&'l, per year ,......$.M
Bent by mall, per month 60
Served by carrier, per month 60
Bent by mall, per year, In advance 1 00
The Astorlan guarantees to Its ad
vertisers the largest circulation of any
newspaper published on the Columbia
NEWSPAPERS AND IMITATIONS
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ir fif ( n-ia a tr- it? ri erf Br? sr-v i v i re
make up of a nnp.ir oficii spoilt a good
news Hem. To ptnoe wr sn stim-hI a
bit trf new about tnndon, or .San Fran
otsoo, r New York, or some othvr for
eign Wty In the local ool twins anil fall
It local ,1s a misnomer, ami the reader
sees that he Is 'being f;ked. He goes
to his local columns for " local" news.
If he is locking for foreign news he
j oes to ether Jop.v tments of the vi
per for it.
A lonir of ' personals." such as j
' John Brown came In on the night
train," " Wll Smlrfr went nut on the
nijrht train,' " So an I o, is .spending
a fw Jay in Ihe city." Is not news.
tVhtn an up to date ,uper happens to
pet out of news it sometimes goes
round to the hole! and writes " per
sonals" about the Jinticns and Smiths
j and Joneses. The public iles not give
. a cent about these fallows unless hey
Thwe are newspapers, and their are lare people of note and have b-vn out
Imitations. There are a greater num- ;'f (ho country f,-r Ions ttm. er have
Ixt of Imitations than newrpaper. !n.,urns Kft,.r a vng absence. Then
Molern times demand advancement In ,.n average two line persimal nbout
newspapers as It Is demanded in every xv,n, n,-t tv atisf e'ory. The
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1 , Red and antvry looking spots break out upon some part of the body with a mass of small
Is demand d of newspapers in the way ; hve h04n d;!n whlK, avr,,v wJ.A, FU0. & J r i i v t i i 1 . 1 "l J 11 1 I
, ....,,f .h, v -I, 1 , . v. , ..'w ' pustules or blisters, from which is discharged a clear or straw coloanl fluid, which dries and
of advancement th,m any other class c,, y,- ,nvj, j,aj. ori if:hov a-v go- t , (V . , ... , t r . 1 t i r i i i
IS tne Dsint"SS ct a htir in-:iv. whe thev Jire .-oliur nwiiv. .. - - . ... ..... . L ...
, The skin is provided with millions of little pores
aud' glands invisible to the natural eye, yet .through
these tiny outlets the larger part of the deadly matter
that daily collects iu the body is carried off. But nature
never intended that poisons of an irritating or acid
character should be eliminated through the skin, the Liver and Kidneys being their lustura'
outlets, and it is when these important organs fail to perform their functions that these ack:
poisons are absorbed into the blood and find their way to the surface of the IkkIv through the
i pores and glands of the skin, producing intense itchiug and burning, inflammation and
j swelling, and eruptions of every conceivable sie, shape and character.
bkm Diseases diiler greatly in their general characteristics and degrees or intensity,
newspaper to keep up
-vlth is . and what they are going to do. If a
going on, ind in doing this It shou'.d j person is worth n;lc!ng there is a
be in advance with the enterppses ; surv in him and .lie mere statement
that are In advv.iee. Th days of , that he had come and fine is not
back-number Journalism are numbered j news.
and the end Is close t hand. Faking j Then there are some pvwrs that do
in JournslUm is s'.vjuty at ?n end in jr.ot discriminate between a news lum
mort communities, and this feature f importance and one of mre pa; sing j eut upOU the Same CaUSeS require
rill soon be one of the things of the notice. For instance, a Grand Army en
past everywhere. The public demands ; ;-ampment might be" held in a "mail
The skin often hardens and djies, cracks aud bleeds from the effects of the fiery acids,
which the blood is continually
Ottumwa, Iowa, April 10, lUOI.
j throwing off. Pimples, black
! heads and blotches are evidences
of a too acid blood, w hich has
I inflamed and clogged the pores.
Skm Diseases bemg depend
that a newspaper s-'nall perform its du
ty in a given community, or that it
shall fall. It mMters not how good a
c'ty, which is sn important vent tth
the city, ani the newspapers should
give full accounts of the proceedings.
" fellow" the proprietor may be, or j Yet some papers would oover the pa
how sociable the edi'or, or how long rades. and daily sessions of the bt-dy in
he has been " at it," 8ht paper must
be up to daie or it must fail. A mer
chant, or any other business roaa may
) a gwd fellow, and sociible and an
old timer, but if he s.I!s shoddy goods
t high prices, he must fail. The pub
lic will go to the man who keeps an
up to date store and sells at justifi
able prices. Sentiment 1s passing out
4 all kinds of business transactions.
Ihe same space that ihey would give
to some merchant who had a pretty
display window. The public would
want to know all about the G. A. 1..
sessions in detail, while the mere state
ment that Merchant Jones hal decorat
ed his window for the. occasion would
be all that they would like to know-
on that point Any important event
that occurs -Jie public has not the time
In 1883 I broke out with Eoicmt on my head, legs and arms. Tht
Doctors treated me for abcut toe yean without giving relief. I nrxl
tried various ointments, soaps and washes, but these did me no gutd
I finally quit taking medicine, as the physician said the disease had
become chronic and Incurable. Having endured this tormenting tmiludv
for about 16 years, I determined to make another effort to get rid of It
and began S. S. S. In July, 1900, and continued It until November, when
I discovered, to my surprise and Joy, that not a spot could be found on
my body, which before had been almost covered with the eruption.
It has now been nearly a year since the disease disappeared, but not
a sign of It has ever returned, and I an satisfied the cure is permanent.
F. C. NORFOLK, 1017 Nackberry Street.
It is simply a matter of dollars nnd lo Iok 0e -nattir up and get the de
cents to get the best for your money I tails but depends upon the paper to
and at the mon reasonable n-ree. If do this. A mere local " so.uib" that
your friend cannot compete with the
stranger you will trade with the stran
ger. If your friend and Jolly associ
ate does not furnish you an up to date
newspaper in your city, you will pat
ronise the :her fellow if he rills the
The days of vanity are passing. The
people no longer take a paper to see
their names In print. They no longer
take a newspaper because its columns
are filled. They no longer take it be
cause of its politics, except, possibly
at short periods In politcal campaigns.
The newspaper nowadays is taken for
news. News means a great deal. In I
such an event happened, they already
knew, and the item is therefore not
The modern newspaper heads its ar
ticles, if they are worth a head. The
public does not wish to " wade
through" a paste of mixed up Perns,
some of them a half column In length,
to find if there is any news in the
paper. News items properly headed
enables the busy reader at a i lance
to cull out what he desires to read
and what he does not care to read.
The duty of th? newspaper .'s plain.
The public may be humbued lor a I
long time, but it will gralually make
the same treatment, which must
be constitutional and not external.
Nothing applied locally to the
inflamed surface can bring much
relief. The disfiguring eruptions
will continue to annoy and pain
you in spite of soaps, washes or powders. There is no hope of getting rid of a skin disease
except through the purification of the depreciated blood and neutralizing aud filtering out of
the circulation all poisonous substances aud acids.
The purifying and tonic properties of S. S. S. sooa manifest their influence iu skin
affections; the debilitated system is invigorated and toned up, and the gradual disappearance
of the eruptions show that the polluted blood is being brougnt back to its natural purity and
strength. Old chronic skin disorders, which have resisted all the ordinary methods of
treatment, readily yield to the curative
powers of S. S. S., and there is no reason
why the long time sufferer should feel
resigned to his fate under the mistaken
idea that some skin diseases are incura
ble, for S. S. S. has cured aud is still
curing cases perhaps far more desperate
than yours. S. S. S. is a purely vegetable
remedy, containing no Potash, .rsei.n
or any of the poisonous drugs which constitute the basis of so many so-called skin cures
Our Medical Department has been of the greatest assistance to thousands seeking Yw.l
from blood and skin'troubles. Write us fully about your case, and our physicians w ill help
3ou, for which no charge whatever is made. Our illustrated Rook on Skin Diseases will be
nt free to all who write for it THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY. ATLANTA. CA.
SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA,
TETTER, NETTLE RASH,
PSORIASIS, ACNE. BOILS.
NOTICE FOR BIDS.
Bids will be received by the county
court of Clatsop County, Oregon, un
til Thursday, June 5, 1902, at 2 o'clock
MA. WKItR SAVBO.
"For years I suffered such untold mi
ery from Bronchitis," writmt J. If.
Johnston, of Itroiisrhton, Giu. "that of-
this word lies the whole fecret of j the P1""1- "election and the paper that
newspaper value. Without it it is val- j J'-'i'inat"s and gives space to the
ueless. A hundred things are run in j Ieal new and anaf?es t in proper
newspapers that are not news. A hun- j nfcJdlng will fir.ally take the lid
dred news items are left out, or skim- I ,I,t antiquated ani the fak-
med over which is worse that the pub
lic would like to know all about. Just
to hint at them Is aggravitiiig. A
hundred things are rehashed to read
ers as news that Is nauseating. The
ing methods, in sspite of ,he fatt that
the people are often drilled into a" rut
by their reading.
The Astorlan wis commended for giv
d. m., for the construction of an 80- ten I was unable to work. Then, when
foot span bridge, 12 feet wide, across
the Necanicum river in sectlun 24, Twp.
5 N., R. 10 west, In Clatsop County Ore
gon. Said bridge to be constructed on
everything else failed, I was wholly
cured by Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption. My wife suffered in
tensely from Asthma, till it cured her,
a site about one mite east of Carl land al our exierlence goes to show it
Johnson's place, where the county road j is the liest Croup medleine In the
from Seaside crosses the said Necan
Bidders will D resent plans and speci
fications for sa'd work, together with
a certified check for 10 per cent of the
amount of their bids, or a good and
A'-. i n
ing the teachers' institute good space; j ufficlent bond, as a guarantee that
.. . , . . . . , they will construct the said bridge
it was commend id fur giving the school A .v. , . .v.
provided they are awarded the con-
commencement exercites good space;
it was commndid for giving the G.
The court reserves the right to re-
j A. R. encampment good space; it was 1pct i,nv ani all bids,
"Col of sorts."
Nothing tastes good. Nothing gives
pleasure. The mind is dull and slug
gish. The will is weak. Little things
cause great irritation. What's the mat
ter? The probabilities are that the
stomach is deranged and the liver in
volved. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
makes a man who is run down and dis
pirited feel like a new being. It aires
diseases of the stomach and other or
gans of digestion and nutrition, stirs the
sluggish liver into action, and increases
the activity of the blood-making glands,
so that there is an abundant supply of
pure, rich blood.
Mr. Edward Jacobs, of Marengo, Crawford
Co., Indiana, writes : "After three years of suf
fering with liver trouble and malaria I gave up
11 hopes of ever getting stout again, the last
chance was to try your medicine. I had tried
all the home doctor and received but little
relief. After taking three bottlea of Dr. Pierce a
Golden Medical Discovery and one vial of his
'Pleasant Pellets' I am stout and hearty. It is
due entirely to your wonderful medicines."
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser, containing 1008 large pages, in
paper covers, is sent free on receipt ef
ai one-cent stamps to pay expense of
mailing only. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce,
Buffalo, N. V.
commanded for standing to its party
and fighting its battles straight from
the shoulder; it was commended yes
terday mor? than a dozen times for
giving the T. P. A. visit gxjd space,
arid all of these thing.4 added together
count in the long run. The Astorlan
will strive to advance from issue to
is.-iue until it will be a source of pride
to the city of Astoria, and has an am
bition to be classed among the news
papers, and not among the imitators.
By order of the County Court.
H. J. WHEIUTY,
world. A trial will convince you it
Is unrivalled for Throat and Lung dis
eases. Guaranteed bottle r,0c and 11.
Trial bottles free at ("has. Roger.
I NTKIJKS'i'I N'i i To ASIIMA
Panlel Hint... of i ttervll!e. Iowa
ivrit.i, I tiav h id asthma, for. tlir. o
r four years and have tried about nil
;.iie couiih atil asthma cures In the tiiur
k.'t ui I hive r 'fohed treatment from
physician In N"- York and other
i'tie, but got very little benefit until 1
tried Foley's Honey atnj Tar which
save me immediate relief and I will
never he without It in my house.
fineerely rei omiieiid It to all." For
Mile by Frank Hart.
IViaur-uvfion. of wealth Is not bit 1 an I
an ambition to honestly peueyj t is
SHATTERS A LL RK"DRDri.
Twice in hospital, F. A. O-llledgv,
Verbena, Ala., paid a va-st sum to doc
tors to cure a severe case of piles caus
ing -t tumors. When all failed Buck
len's Arnica Salve soon cured him.
Subdues Inflammation, conquers
Aches,, kills Pains. Best salve in the
world. 25c at Chas. Roger's drug store
NOTlCfl IS HEREBY GIVEN
that I will on Monday ,the Tth day of
July, 190i, at the hour of ten o'clock
in the forenoon of said day, at and in
front of the Court House door, in the
City of Astoria, in Clatsop county,
Oregon, offer for sale and sell, at pub
lic auction to the highest bidder for
cash in hand ajt the time of sale all
and singular, the real estate and pro
perty heretofore bid In for taxes for the
year 1899 for aid Clatsop county, to
whioh said Clafasop coun ty has acquit -title
by virtue of uuoh sale.
Sheriff of Clatsop County, Oregon.
Dated, June 3rd, 1902.
Active agents wanted for " The
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Burning mountains In American In
dies explode, destroying cities full of
people, startling history of appalling
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to 125 daily. Outfit free. Enclose 10
cents for postage. The Dominion Co.,
Dept. I Chicago.
LOOK PLEASANT, PLEASE.
Photographer C. (', Harlan, of Eaton.
O.. can do so now, though for years he
couldn't, because he suffered untold
agony from the worst form of indi
gestion. All physhlans anil medicines
failed to help him till he tried Elec
tric Ui Iters, which worked such won
ders for hijii that he deelai-es they are
a godsend to s'ifferers from dy-tpepsia
and stomai-h troubles. I'nrlvallcd for
diseases of the Stomach, Liver ami
Kidneys, they build up nnd tfw new
life to ihe whole system. Try them.
Only :,(r. Cuaranteeil by Pirn. Hog
I Hlice of C. Q. M. Vancouver Bar
racks. Wartl., May 30, 1902. Sealed
propouals, in triplicate, will be receiv
ed at the office of the Depot Quarter
master, Portland. Or. until 2:30 p. m.
June is, I'M', and' then opened for the
construction of a steamboat in accor
dance with the plans and specifications
on file in the Depot Quartermaster's
OMiee at Portland, where full informa
tion will be furnished. Envelopes con
tained proposals hould be marked:
"Proposals for Steamboat," and ad
dressed W. A. BETHEL, Q. M.
This world Is so full of fools that
if a man didn't wish to see one he
ivodld have to shut himself up In a
rwrni and break the looking glass.
No good health unless tthe kidneys
are sound. Foley's Honey and Tar
makes die kidneys right. For sale by
The machinists of the entire Texas
Pacific system have atruck for shorter
Our present corif;rc(ima.n sect out a
large quantity i,( garden seeds lhis
:q'rin;r. Iluw r-houhtful it wn. In him
ioi ,, yi-nd some one along t.i plant
.rid cultivate them.
WAS VASTIN'.S AWAY.
Tin; following letter from lioiiert It.
Watts, of Salem, Mo., is Instructive;
"I have been troubled wiih kidney
disease for the last five years, i lost
ilesh and nev r felt well and doctored
with leading physicians and tried all
remedies suggested without relief.
Finally I tried Foley's Kidney Pure
and less than two bottles completely
cured ran and I am now sound and
well." Sold by Frank Hart.
A great many oople never begin to
trust ill the L.rd until they htive lost
ihelr ;mt "almighty dollar."
Phrenic bronchial troubles and sum
mer coughs can be quickly relive 1 and
ured by Foley's Iloiy nil Tar. I-or
yild by Frank Hart.
There are some men In this country
too stingy to give anything but nd
v;cc and a very stale quality at that.
On the first indication of kidney troll
tile stop it by taking Foley"s Kidney
' tne. sld by Frank Hart.
Tile strike in tile building trades tit
St, Paul Is over, because of (lie raise of
w.iges. but without the iwitgnii Ion of
WARN I NO.
If j'fii have kldrey or bladder trou
ble arid do not use Foley's Kidney
ire, you will have only yourself to
lil'im- for iv-oills. ai It positively cures
ill forms if kidih-v nnd bladder dls
ases. .i .11 by Frank Hart.
The r.Kids In Kentucky are so
crooked th'tt a man can almost get a
'"lew of the buck end of tils own carriage.
Independent lugs now lowing In the
Chicago river may be tied up as a re
sult of the strike of firemen and deck
TEN YEARS IN RED.
R. A. Gray, J. P. Oakvlile, Ind
writes: "For ten years I was confined
to my bed with disease of my kidneys,
It wa so severe that I could not move
part of the time. I consulted the very
best medical skill available, but could
get no relief until Folly's Kidney Cure
was recommended to me. It has been
a godsend to me." Sold by Frank Hart.
JtrST LOOK AT HER.
VVhetioe came that sprightly step,
faultless skin, rioli, rosy coiiiplexloii,
j smiling face, .-the looks good, feels
gum. More s hvr secret. She uses
Dr. King's New- Life Pills. Result
all organs active, digestion good, no
headauhe, no chance for "blues." Try
them yourself. Only 2,-,c at Pinis,
The fellow who said women made all
Hie trouble In life, ought to have re
membered the fact that it is women
that makes life worth all the trouble.
During the summer kidney Irregular
ities are often caused by excessive
drinking for being overheated. Attend
to the kidneys at once by using Fo
ley." Kidney Cure. For sale by Frank
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Oubl with all Northern Paclflo trains
to and from (lie Kant and Sound poind
J. C, MAYO,
(Vn't Frslght and rsMrngor Acni
In a Word This Tells of tha Ptx.nr
Ihe Borlhwoslcrn line,
Klght Trains Daily Hlwpn 81, Pul
anl Chicago, comprising
Th Ltet Pullmna Sleepers,
l'crrl'M Dining Ors,
Library and ober vtln Cars,
Kr Iti'dliiing Pbair Cars,
Th Mln Century Trains
Runs Lvry Day uf tht Urar.
The Finest Train in Ihe Work
tt(Uk llijlitcd liotcd
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Fillet Dally Train Running IMwea
Hi. Paul sn l Chicago, vis ill Hliort
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Tlia NOKTHKKN PACIFIC
OXKAT NORTH KltN AND
CANADIAN PAOIFIP R YU,
This is also lh REST LINE bi-twwo
Omnlia, Bt, Paul and Minneapolis.
All Aftnt Sell Ticket vis
The Northwestern Line
W. H. MEAD. II. U 8I8LEH,
flenrrsl Agent. Trav. Agent
Hi Alder Btrcot, Portland. Orfp
C. (0, Barr, Dentist
478 . Commsrolttl Bt., Astoria, Or.
TMHSP1IONB RIOD SOfll.
Dr. T. It. Ball
fill Commercial ltii Aslorlav. Or.
try NEW DISCOVERY
FOR THAT COLD.
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
Cnlds, Itronrhitis, Asthma,
risy, Jjii( I rippi', I loarst ncss,
Sore Throat, Croup ami
NO CURE. NO PAY.
Pries 60c. ind I . TRIAL BOTTLES FREE.
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518 COMMERCIAL STKEET.
Central Meat Market
642 COMMEHCIAL ST.
Your iirdrM fur
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Insiinnce. Commission inJ
C. J. TRENCHARD,
A Kent Wells FtirKii Hint
I'soillc Kipriti Cnnip'yn,
Custom House Broker.
PRAEL & COOK
DRAYING AND EXPRESSING
All KO.xli sltlpptld to uur cars
Will rtKcIvs snorlal atlrntlon.
No 538 Dunna 81. W. J COOK. Mr.
Antorla. Uro. Hps. Tel. 1131.
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