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THE MORNING ASTOIUAN. ASTORIA. OREGON.
MONDAY, OCTOBER sj, 1905.
IS SPIRITED AWAY
Mob Take Matter! Into Id Own Hindi
and Remove Ollice it Spirki to
' Another Place,
l!.no, Nv., M mVHui!' '
tli law f tttn fnltwl Hind-, a m''
C'iiiing of a liiiiulrnl icpmiii piitli-i-'l
at tho town of Hwk. ftir inilia rat
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liv "' t"e fir IWIiirrn nml l'k Imii
f imiii I lr iitil1ir liiiiltlili;,', J . i 1 - I Hi
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.tli-r tiiivrmmwil nM'itv Into !'
W.II..H ami rulM llii'lil lo ulmt lint
.f tlu cillri'li f t It- niilloml lnn i
,liri i. a lntt-r Im-atiim in wlmt it
Itmuii a tin Coiuilatxl liiiiMniK.
hIh.iiI a quarter of a mile iinr Hi
v iil. r of llio town.
l'otinat'r ('liarli-a llrno r vt'.l i.ny
H-.i it-d iinifli'alioii tliul lir lint l'ti
HMinliM to the offri. to ami-veil T. i.
.1 , wlm at in IxR"" " ""'r"
t turn ovrr the ii'-ity to hi our
in two week.
Ni-ithcr of th nitmat,i an r
.. u l l(iive Wtl with thf nioh
In. I niht. Thf tnattrr l Uii'0f i" '!
thi W thi flrnt inxluiiir nporlnl whin
thp jm-oj.Ib hava rrftn.f.1 to await orci-r
from Ui Hominm-nt lfi moving
(iovrrnmptit roM-rty. H i not n'it
whitln-r iirel. lll ! ine-l. Thf
limit ion of thf oflhf haa lmj Iwmi a
Imti of ronti-iitlon Mwffii rr.i'lmU of
.IilTrifiil m i l Inn of the town.
FuH of Tiatle Meinlnf.
art thea Hnfi from J. I?. Rlmmon. of
Wy, la. Think what ml?ht hare re
euIUxl from hi terribln roinih if he baJ
not takt-n the me-li'Mnn about wliMi he
uritee: "I ha-l a f. arful uj;h, that dm-turl-il
m" "i'hfa rft. I trifl every.
thiiiK, hut i"iiijf wouhl relifvn it, until
1 took D. Kins'i NVw liwivrry for
; nnuinption, Cousin ami t?oM, whlih
comi'lrtrty rurf.l nif." Inxtanlly rrlirvea
ami jwrmanrntly curea all throat ami
luiii; ilii-eawa; j.revrnU tfrip ami pneu
monia. At (.'haa. IK'ir.' .Irujrj;it; tfiur
antrfj; 6O0 and !.. Trial mUIu fne.
' I hopr jou'll jjmw "I" ,H" K'HH'
a'i.1 intrllin'iit '" m,t 't'"'r."
ii i. thf putroiiuintf relativf.
"Thut'i eay," aimwcrftl the painfully
prfcorioua jounpnler. "Mother ayi I've
him la-at already."- Waahlngton
rtini to Cet Rich,
ar ftn fruatraM by audden break
down, duf to dyfpla or constipation.
Itraow up and kike Dr. Kinu'i Nw
l.ifa Illla. They taka out the maUriala
hi.h ara rlojiginjc your enerlfa, and
jfiva you a new atart Cum hradaehe
ami diitinw too. At tlia. Kogera'
lnijf etore; 25o, guaranteed.
Obitinata. racklm Cough that nate
your haad ach, your throat and luoga
on and loflamod, that rob 70a 01
Bleep uoUl jour lyitcm becomet to rua
down that you ara In grava danger of
Pneumonia or Comumptlon, ara quickly
rarad by Folly's Honty and Tw.
FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR
aootbea and heal tbo Inflamed air paa
ugea, allaya tba feveriab condition,
top the cough and prevent arloua
rult from a cold.
FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR
h the only prominent cougb aedldo
00 the market that doe not contain
opiate or harmful drug of any kind
and on thli account la tafett for children.
It U unexcelled for Croup and Whoop
ing Cough and will quickly cur tne
racklntr coush which follow! meaile
and leave o many children with weak
lung unleai properly treated.
Remember the name Foley's
Honey and Tr-and refuie ubtt
tutee that coat you the lim a in
o-anulna. Do not take chance with
1001 unknown preparation.
C. Unger, 211 Maple St., Champlagn,
111., write: "I wu troubled with a
hocking cough for a year aud I thought
IhadcomumDtion. 1 trieJ a great many
remedie and I waa under the car of
nhvilctana for several month. I ued
one bottle of Foley' Honey and Tar,
It cured m. and I have not been trou
Three i!ie-25c. 50c. 11.00.
The 50 cent lite contain two and
one-balf time a much a the imall lit
and the $1.00 bottle almoit lx time
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rrputallon of being the hading Buat-
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'Vibly. Hut he pend leady made
.b.llara. If M fther hadn't h ft I hem
to him hf wouldn't Imvf enough to buy
a 'f-Hind IihihI unit." -Hi lund lend-rr.
Tkis in -ike
kind of &
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The Beit Doctor.
Hev. II. C. I lor ton, Sulphur Spring,
Texaa write July Iff, 1!H; "I have u
1 in my family Ballard'a Snow Lini
ment and llorehoiind ayrup, and they
luie proved rorUiinly atlfnetory. Tlie
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for heiidiiehe and pain. Thn cough
rup ha Wn our ibxtor for the hixt
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I rank Hurt, druggixi.
.Iudje Yon aif rhaij!"d with profun-
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I'rinoiier- I wn, 1ml 1 got rid of it.
Curei Winter Cough.
J. K. Hrover, 101 N. Main aUeot, Ot
tawa, Ka.. write "Kvery fall It haa
lioen my wife'a trouble to catch a ne
ver cold, and therefore to cough all
winter long. Lait fall I got her a hot
Ik of llorehound Syrup. Kho uaed It
and haa lieen able to ileep aoundly all
night long. Vllenever tlio cough trouble
fr, two or three doe atopa the oough,
and ihe la ablo to be up and well." 25c,
60c, $1.00. Sold by Frank Hart, drug-gi.t.
"Is my hit on straight!" alio aked
lie looked at her In dumb amazeinc!.
"I dunno," he anawered. "When If
r-traight it lonka crooked and when it'l
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Tlaln Dealer. '
Cure Chill and Fever.
O. W. Wirt, Naeogodohe Teia.
eay a: "Hi daughter had chilli and fev
er for .three yean; he could not find
anything that would holp her till he
naed Herbine. Hi wife will not keep
house without it, and cannot ay too
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