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Tl I MOUNINd ASTUKIAN, SUNDAY, JrINU 15, 1!HM
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The Aitorlan guarantee to lti ad
vertiser the largest circulation cf ny
ewijvaper published on the Columbia
The opn fight against Muster Fish
Warden Van Dusen has somewhat sub
sided, but It la claimed that an under
current la at work to have him remov-ed.-
The question la atill pertinent,
why should Van Dusen be removed ?
la It Ix-ctiuse that Van Dusen perform
ed hJ duty and that this affected the
tnterosw of the Wg men or big con
cerns In the country? Is the million
aire too racred to suffer for violating
the law and paying the penalty therefor
as others are required to' do? Is H
any more jttrt that lh pon-, friend
less fisherman, who buff.:t th waves
and battles with the surf nni cai-tures
a sturgeon out of eas n, ."hould pJ'
$i0 pi!ty therefor, than that the
wealthy cold storage man who rntys
them for speculation without any per
sonal exertion, or risk of life, Fhould
pay the same penalty ? Laws t? at are
mimed at one class, or apply on
person or corporation and do not ap
ply to others are unconstitutional.
Laws that are enore.! against one
class and not onforced against others
breed anarchy, and such action is op
pression of the severest type., What
are the flihldg of Oregon for?
What arc tihe! fish wardens and depu
ties appointed for? Are they appoint
ed to execute the laws or to " wink "
at wsm and draw their salaries ? Or
Is it a political graft? It If notori
ously Btatjd Hiat It was w-Ml known
all of the time tfoat the law was be
ing violated as to sturgeon, and that
it wns passed for this reason or that.
What a-bout the official "ho had taken
his oath as an officer to discharge his
duty according to law ? Ti have a
law on the statute book t nd to ra'l
men to enforce it .and then to have
them " wink " at It is "an imposition
upon the public -which the public
should not and will not tolerate. There
might be a click that would do It fcr
self Interest, but the law is a general
law, and has the people of the whole
state to back i's enforcement. If Van
Dusen or any other official neglects
his duty, why, simply remove him and
do It quickly ; but if Van Pusen or
any other official goes firmly to his
Juty and enforces the law, let the pub
c stand by 1:1m. If '.he law Is a tad
law, rejwal it, but as long as it remains
on the ena'.ute books enforce It. The
state and the fishermen who pay the
taxes have enough !?giimate burdens
to oear without keeping o a lot pt
grafting dummy officials far political
The case of Merrill a Tracy illus
strates wliat firmness and determina-
" DOES MOTHER
The little fellow
has blown with all
his strength, and the
i downy tufts still
I cling to the dande
lion stem. Accord-
9 U r 'childhood mother
es not want him.
But mother would tell
a different story. She
has noticed the weak
ness of the lungs, and
if she saw him now,
flushed with hisunusual
ofFnrt and Ktrimatincr in
. : v - e, 0 .-
J stifle the cough which
J followed it, she'd feel
J how much she wanted
him, and wanted those
"weak" lungs made
strong, that she might
not lose him.
For " weak "
s- cough, h e m o r -rhage,
there is no medicine so healing and so
strengthening as Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery. It is especially
valuable for children, building up weak
bodies with sound, healthy flesh. It is
entirely free from alcohol and narcotics.
Winter before this, my oldest hoy (who is
Bow nearly five years old), hod a terrible cough;
be had it the whole winter nud all summer, "
write J. M. Fair, T.i.. of Cameron. Screven
Co., Gs. " Physiciam did him no (rood and noth
ing my wife and I could do did him any good.
After your ' Dincovery ' had cured my cough o
quickly, when evervthlng else failed. I wrote
my wife to bring him back from the country,
he haring rarried him there to ee if the change
would do him good. We were living in Savan
nah, Ga., al the time. She brought him back
nd after giving him your great ' Golden Med
ical Discovery ' lor a time, he entirely recovered."
The Common Sense Medical Adviser
sent fret on receipt of stampa to pay
expense of mailing only. Send 31 one
cent stamps for paper-bound book, or 31
tamps for cloth liound. Address Dr.
E. V. Keree, Buffalo, N. Y.
tlon can accomplish. Two men have
scourged the country. Intimidated hun
dreds of armed men and escaped from
(he clutches of three companies of the
state militia, and this, too, under the
most adverse elretnnstnnoe. Having
been cooped up In prison for several
years they were physically Incapacita
ted for flight or even severe physical
endurance. Limp and exhauMed.
poorly clad, forging their way against
the world of enemies, for tht-y had not
a friend, taking whatever they got to
eat by force and then getting the
coarsest Quality, pur.uvl by blood
hounds and a mere bloodthirsty posse,
these men tmve apparently made their
esoape within a day's ride from the
state ranltol. There are those -vh
branded the English as cowards and
unskilled in war because they did not
lout, defeat and capture the IWr us
a son or nreaara.! spen. t
- . . - . ,, ,, I".. 1.1..
there were those in pursuit of Merrill
irtd Tracy who had retired on the
English soldiers. - In comports .m of
conditions it would have requirtd mil
lions of Kngii-di soldiers to have made
the comparison a fair one. Tracy and
Merrill were merely fisrhtinif for their
liberty and escape. Ttv .IWrs were
fighting for their liberty, their homes
and their families. Tracy an 1 ".terMll
know not a fiot -f .h ground they
were traveling over ; ,h? B ers Knew
every trail In ttr? country. The thou
unds at English soldiers did not ap
ture and force to sur.vndw the thiu
samls of Bots : neither did the hun
dreds of cltisens and sotdiers capture
the two outlaws. Talking Is one thing;
results are another. When a man or
set of men throw their life Into helr
wcrk. It takes sometinj more than
talk to overcome them.
The theft of fishing nets are getting
too numerous along the Columbia. " his
is one of the most iamaglng crimes,
at this seasn of ;he year. The value
of a net. and they cost a great
deal, does not enter into the damage
done so much as the value of the
u.-w of the net. At any other season
they are practically worthless. The
fisherman must lie Hie until the season
opens and he must then make hay
while the sun shines, as the saying
goes. To deprive him of his net In the
middle uf a good fish run is striking
him hard. A season means a year, to
him ; sometimes one day counts for an
enormous amount. It is meat and
bread, it is clothing, It is education
for his children : It Is a severe blow at
his industry and his general welfare
end that jf his family. But little mercy
should be shown the "net-thief. When
once caught he should be given the
full penalty of the law.
With all the talk about the exti-s.
legislative stssion, the reduction if sal
aries, or "fiat" salaries and retention
in office, It is a safe propwltion to
3tate that there has be3n more wind
than anything else empliy'd. The
people need not expect very much re
trenchment anywhere, when it is tc
come through politics. If retrenchment
is marie through polities t: ns point,
extravagance is likely to break out at
another. It takes a whole lot to run
politics all ttiat can be squeezed rut,
and the only retrenchment that can fci
expected from political smrces is in
the noise, and this curtailed only on
the side that Is In, and while it is in
and drinking the cream.
The office's have all gone home an?
think ;hat Merrill :ind Tracy vll'
itarve themselves out and come out tnc'
surrender themselves. They wouI3
possibly have to d3 It under assume;
names, as it is apparent that nona 0:
the oflters are anxious to meet gen
tlemen of either -f thoe names.
Those persons who were anxious to
capture Merrill anil Tracy, but who
aid not care to gT and get them, be
cause there wre so many citizens aru'
milltlamin on the ground in -.he way
would do well to go now. They have ar
Wi h the Bo.r war ended and !lr
war In the Philippines drawing to
do?e, and the civil strife bf'twoen tli:
state of Oregon and Merrill anr!
Tracy abandoned, what will the paper
pick up next ?
The advance of 10 per cent whlc!
was granted to the 27.000 employes 0'
the Fall River, Mass. cotton mill:
early last month has become genera
In Southern New England. It is esU
mated that fully 60 000 hands In that
section had their wages Increased.
Women butchers at the stock yardf
In Chicago have organized a union
with a membership of 200 as a start
It Is the first time In the history of the
stock yards or the packing trades any
where the world over that a lanor un
ion of women butchers has been
develop sometimes from very trifling causes, and when and where you would least expect
them. A boil, or abscess, bum, blister, wart, tumor, niole or the simplest little pimple
may be the beginning point of a malignant, frightful looking Cancerous Ulcer.
Apparently there is no difference between a Cancerous and Common Ulcer when
they first make their appearance, and for this reason every ulcer, no matter how insignificant
or harmless it may seem, and all slow healing sores should excite suspicion and cause
alarm, particularly if any of your ancestors ever had Cancer, or you have goxl reason to
think. your blood is impure; for the sore, after all, is only the outgrowth, the external
evidence of polluted blood, and nothing can check its progress until the cancer tainted,
vitiated blood has been purified. All efforts to heat the ulcer by means of salves or other
external remedies will result in failure, for such treatment can have no possible effect upon
the deadly genus and morbid matter that form in the blood md are carried through the
circulation to the sore.
MOTHER, TWO AUNTS, AND ONLY
SISTE3 DIED OF CANCER
OF THE BREAST.
I had a Cancer on my left breast, which
caused me grout pain for thiee or four
veurs At times the
J-t. jviins were deep and
snooting, me nicer
discharged yellow aud
f " I ,er- ua'l R'ven up
f V My mot
'ix?? 4 , 1 . aunts and i
all hope, as the doctors
ic no reuet.
nn onlv sis-
ir' , TV"' ter died of Cancer of
7j' ''(U 'he breast, and I t
' .(i'l satisfied that I, t(
's? woithl have been go
butforS. S. S. Ifeltsomebetterafterthe
fit t lxtUe, and after nsint oul y seven bot
tles, was cured. This was several years
ae but have seen no sijjns of the Cancer
since. I would urt;e all who are suffering
from the disease to give S. S. S. a trial.
Helton, Mo. Mrs. James Casseix
Cancerous Ulcers can be reached only by a remedy that acts tqwu and through the
blood system, and this is just what S. S. S. docs. It goes to the fountain head of the disease,
and drives out the germ producing poisons which cause the ulcer, and purifies and builds up
debilitated and weakened, it restores vitality and strengthens the nervous system, and helps
the appetite aud digestion. S. S. S. contains no Mercury, Potash or other minerals, but is
guaranteed purely vegetable.
Those having a chronic ulcer or sore of any kind that is slow in healing, whether
located upon the body or internally, will receive medical advice and such special information
as thev desire free of cost. Book on Cancer and Other Diseases of the Blood sent free.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA, OA.
TEN TEARS IN BED.
R. A. Gray, J. P. Oakville, Ind.,
writes: "For ten years I was confined
to my bed with disease of my kidneys.
It was 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 Folty's Kidney Cure
was recommended to me. It has been
a godsend to me." Sold bv Frank Hart.
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I racks. Wash., May 30. 1902. Sealed
i proposals, in triplicate, will be recelv
jed at the office of the Depot Quarter
j master, Portland. Or. until 2:30 p. m.
i June 19, 1902, and then opened for the
construction of a steamboat In accor
dance with the plans and specifications
on file In the Depot Quartermaster's
Office at Portland, where full informa
tion will be furnisnd. Envelopes con
tained proposals should be marked:
"Proposals for Steamboat," and ad
dressed W. A. BETHEL. Q. M.
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3. W. MORTON, Prop.
Telep hone No 321.
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Pacific Kiprew Coaip'ya.
Custom House Broker
FRAEL & COOK
JRAY1NG AND EXPRESSING
All goods shipped to our care
Will receive special attention.
Mo. 5S8 Duane St.
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CORNER TWELFTH AND DUANB
A SMALL SORE CAME ON THE
INSIDE OF HIS LIP.
About the first of February, 1809, I
noticed a small lump on the iusidc of my
lower lip. It annoyed" me considerably;
the doctor cauterized it and iti it few days
it dropped off, but shortly after another
came and broke into an open sore, and in
spite of the large number of remedies I
tried, it would not heal, I then went to
another, and he gave tne something to
nut on the sore, saying if it did not cure
he would cut the sote out. I used his
medicine, but received no benefit, I de
cided a blood purifier was what I needed,
and began to take S. S. S. The ulcer was
growing rapidly, with some pain and a
crawling, creeping feeling. At first S. S.
S. seemed to make the sore worse, but
this soon changed, ami after I had taken
seven bottles the place healed entirely ;
my general health improved mid I am as
well now as ever aud no sigus of the dis
ease have been secu since.
Hollands, S. C. W. P. Brow.
again the deteriorated blood. 1 Ins is the only true and
logical treatment for sores of this character.
By the use of S. S. S. the ulcer is supplied with
pure, strong blood, which quickly allays the inflamnir.ttou
and forces out all the irritating poisons, and allows the
sore to heal naturally and permanently. S. S. S. rets
also as a tonic, and where the constitution has become
FOUNDED A. 0. 1710
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WOULD SCAB OVER, BUT NOT
Mr. Jno. MassicOweiisboro, Ky., writes;
"About three years ago a blister came on
Ihe right side of my
I y in spit e f a 1 1 c ilorts
was not very severe
at first, but increased
when the sote began
to iuflamc mid dis
charge matter. At
scab over and appear
to be getting well.
but the scab would
drop olT, leaving a
red, iitigry looking
ulcer. I had almost despaired of ever
curing the Cancer when my attention
was called to S S. S., and after taking a
few bottles the Cancer brgau to gradually
grow smaller, the discharge stopped, and
1 was relieved of the terrihte dtcac."
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INTKIcKSTINO TO ASll.MA
Daniel Haute, of Ottervllle, Iowa,
writ,, I have hail ttntltnw fur lima
or four year and hare tried .itmut nil
the rough and asthma cures In the mar
ket and have recwlved trcalmwil from
physlolnn In New York ami other
cities, but got very little benwlt until I
tried Foley's Honey aim Tar nhleh
gave mo Immediate relief and 1 will
never be wlthiiut It In my lnue. I
sincerely rei'omniiMid It to all."- For
Mil In by Frank Hurl.
I'imt Hint Muster l. II. IUI of
the slate r New Ymk, says Unit If
lhiv would preserve their rlgjit In this
eouhtry the f.ir'o-r must ni'K.uilse, ns
they have nlieiidy been left f,ir In the
rein hy tllelr fnlluie In rnillKe Ihe belle.
'Us of iii'Kiuiliuitl.m.
Chronln brom hlul troubles uu.l smm
mer coughs en l ii!ik!y relive I tnul
cured by Foley's !loi' ml P.ir. I'ir
?ua by Finnk Hart.
The cultivation of coin ns a crop Is
becoming more general In the Wil
lamette valley us dlvei ire. farming
N extended. Thei e Is 11 much larger
:ieenige litis year than ever before,
WAS WViTINil AWAY.
The following letter from Robert ft.
Walls, "f Salem, Mo, Is lustruellv:
"I have been troubled with kidney
disease for the last five years. I lost
llesh and never felt well and dM-iorcd
with leading physicians and tried all
remedies suggested without relief.
Finally I tri.nl Foley's Kidney Cure
ami lesi than two bottles completely
cured me and I am now sound and
well." Sold by Frank Hart.
When a child refuse to "take" 10
any one. It mother thinks II pretty
gisiil evidence that Hie s'tmiti Is guilty
of ome enormous crime.
No good health unless tthe kidneys
are sound. Foley's Money and Tar
makes the kidneys right. For sale by
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Lim lr I'.rtlrnUr TmllnanUli
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II llriuei l klrliaUr liralnl)',
asin mtm, 1'UILA.. Vi
A HOY'S WIU 1UDIC FOU IdFK.
Willi family around him rxsi'tlug
him to die, and a wn riding for life,
IH miles, to gt Dr. Wing's New Dis
covery f,r (Vinsuiuptloii, Cough mid
folds, W. H. Hrown, of IsH-svllle, lnd
(nduml death' itgnule from ssllnnu,
bill (hi wonderful medicine gave In
lit mi t relief aud wton cured him, He
wrlO'S : " I now sleep soundly every
nigh.' Uke lusrvell.m cure of oon.
sumption, . I'lietliiionia, Ibunclillls,
I'tHigh. folds ami blp lrov It
intliles merit for lull Thront and
I sing troubles. Iliiainnleed Unities at
&( ami tl. TrUI bottle five M Cha.
Itotfem' drug store.
June II ami have been devla ed
thankMglvlUK day throughout Cap
A VAHttON'K Ni'HI.K ACT.
" I wuin nil the world In know,"
write Itev, J. C. Hudlnli, of Aslia
ay. It. I., " whrtt thoroughly
Alld lellltblo ineitli llle I found In Wee-ln-le
ItltteiM. They cured men of Jaun
dice and Iher troubles Hint had
il tne givat sufferliiK for ninny yem-s.
For goililllie. rtll-:inuill cm, Ihey
osivl anything t ever ." Wleetrlo
IHlterH are the ourprlw of all for tlielr
wonderful work In Uvrr, Kidney and
Mtomaeli trouble lon't fiul to try
Miem. (inly 5m ts HuHsfm lloii U guar.
kuilixsl by I'hittle Itogela.
AO in I a gli'l's bat, and she will tell
you (hit she didn't like It After kite
xnl M home, mid tore il till lo piece
and tilimnoil It over.
NUT DiMiMKIl Full I JFK.
"I tt.u, treated for tbiee year by
good doctors," writes W, A tlrii-r,
MoConnellsvtlle, o , " fin- I'lli- ml
I'lMiil.i, but when ull failed, liuik
Ion's Amlrit "Suite illifd llle In two
weeks," Cure Hums, (truism, Cuts,
(n us, jors, Kiupilotw, Nilt (thrum,
l'llc or no pay. J.V at Clin, lloger'
ll,,. 1tl.,v ,u.u,l r..l,.i. til tJl i.f Ihi
Ini gisat ulticis In I lie rnllitl State show
an incivswe or ;ki isr cwu over iay,
On the first Indication of kidney trou
ble stop t by taking Foley " Kidney
Cure Hold bv Frank Hart.
A company ban l eu fornieit tlmt will
alMortie the lt Umnde sintsr fwtory
and two 1n I'tah and hennfixr the
three will tie run as one cnnivrn.
If you have kldfey or bladder tnu.
ble and do not use Foley's Kidney
ji'mv. ynu will Imvi1 only yournclf to
blame for result. It positively cure
all foims of kidney and bladder dis
isi Hold by Frank Hart.
l,oil KlU hener was i n-aUnl a tl
count anil proiiHiloil to be general and
iilveti l"iii,0,i for bl services 111 Ihe
South African war.
(Hiring ilui summer kidiu y Irregular
Hies are often inns,! by excessive
drinking for being otcrheaed. Attend
to Ihe kidneys at once by using Fo
ley Kbliicy ("lire. For sale by Frank
Twelve tl .Unloads of .Mystic Sbi lners
arrived In San Francisco to atteinl tbo
FIHtTUNK FAVulIS A TKXAN.
" Having dlstresiu: imlns In head,
Isii k nud Hlom.icb, ami Is ing vtitlioui
apiH'tlle, I began to us- lr King's
New lre Cllls." wrlt.-s W. IV White
head, of KennedUe, Tex, "and soon
felt tlku a new man," Infnllible In
stomaoh aJid liver troubles, only 21u
at Chs. Itisri,'rs' drug store.
C. (U, Barr, Dentist
571 Commercial St., Astoria, Or.
TIOLICPHONB HKD S04L
Dp. T. L. Ball
524 Commen lal Street Astoria, 0.
Christensen & Co.,
518 C0MMFRCIAL STREET.
try NEW DISCOVERY
FOR THAT COLD.
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
Cold.. Ifroncliitis. Asrhmrt.
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risy, LaGiippe, J loarHcru'HS,
Sore Throat, Croup and
NO CURE. NO PAY.
Prlct 60c. and tl. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE.