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THE MORNING ASTOIUAN, ASTOIUA, OREGON.
THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1907.
PabHsheo' Dally Bicept Monday by
Ilk J. S. DKLLINGEK COMPART.
By mail, P ysr.... , .97.00
. tW rrifx. Dr month. 10
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8, mail, per year, In minus. .11.00
Kntered u aeeonoVeiass bommt July
30, 1M, at tf partoffloo at Aatorta. Or.
tudsrUissrf of Congrats ot Marco 1,
nT should k un3atJ rapofWd to lb
TiLXPPOJTK KAXH tte
Official naow of CUUod ftoontr and
a fraction ana ask. for an evrly morn
Wf train irom wis cuy
shore and the Intervening Points over
there. This Is mo of the crying iumJ
of the local service and ahouM b
mn.irt tmnmuiit. In framing up the
new schedule. It will give a longer
day, at both terminals, to nil con
cerned, and make It Infinitely pl
anter and mor. rentable for all on
We aro not expecting thee things.
ofr.hiimt. hut we do expect them to
be weighed, and If within the practic
abilities, granted as sortn na possible,
,. . .
Oregon. Wasalngton and Idaho
THE VICE PRESIDENTS VISIT.
The coming of Vice President Fair
banks to this city In July, next, has
a, greater significance than the mat
ter, upon lt face Indicates. It Is not
simply an occasion for the paying of
marked honor to a leading officer of
the nation, but covers the lSer sphere
of an engagement to' make the name
of this city and section a by-word of
praise and commendation everywhere
on the continent.
There will be a group of celebrities
governors, senators and other digni
taries in the van of his party, and
they will come from afar, bent on see
ing and knowing something of the
great and extreme west of America.
It is up to Astoria to make the visit
of Mr. Fairbanks a day-mark in his
tory for herself and her country, and
send every one of these gifted and in
telligent people back to their homes
with true and voluminous knowledge
of the real magnificence of this terri
tory and its municipal center. Every
separate detail of specific Information
must be garnered and put Into at
tractive shape for passing on to those
who shall seek it; the day and its op
portunity must not be lost nor mimi
fled, but made the most of in every
concelveable way. This duty is but
Incidental In the general scheme of
entertainment, of course, but none the
less importunate and valuable.
That Astoria will do her best and
handsomest in the way of greeting
and treating the distinguished visit
ors, goes without saying; she will not
fail in a single item of that gracious
charge; and, even this phase of the
big task must be made a 'feature of
such scope and character, as will show
the world, that because we live on the
outer marge of the country, we are
not lacking In aptitude for Just such
engagements as this.
There will not be another opportu
nity offered In a long while to draw
such a crowd as will gather here on
the July day, and every agency In the
county must be actively employed In
asserting itself and contributing to the
exactions of the hour, for the good of
Oregon, Clatsop and Astoria.
Of all the solicitors for charitable
and alleged public Institutions enjoy
ing the open season in this vlty, It is
said those representing the Immediate
Relief Society have the most skillful
A8TORIA AND THE WEST-8IDE.
It may be a bit too early to clamor
for certain advantages at the hands
of the new management of the A. A
C. railway; but we beg to second the
plea of the Warrenton people for the
holding of the evening train out of
this city, bound for the West-Side, at
Eleventh street, instead of sending It
straight through from the depot
There will be no need of a ticket
office at that point; the ticketing can
be done to cover such a change with
out any additional cost to the compa
ny, by Incorporating both destina
tions In a common fare, It would help
the Warrentonlans In giving them am
pler time in the city, reduce the ln
. convenience of travelling ten blocks
east to catch a west bound train, and
serve Astorians better by giving them
the same advantages when they shall
desire to go over on to the beaches
and towns of the West-side.
And we beg to amend the plea Just
HER IFRST ANNIVERSARY.
One short year ago, this momma
the world was shocked with the news
ot the utter ruin of San Francisco, the
tlful metropolU )f U' lWJlc
coast. It met the astounding Intelli
gence with a wondrous wave of sym
pathy and 'devoted aid, and steadied
the falling city against the appalling
fate of desperate negation and aban
donment; to-day, San Francisco,
crippled, disfigured and shorn, la a!
most rejuvenated, and alive with the
p and purpose of soon assuming
her place In the list of the word's
Her history dur'ng the past S6S days
has been marvelous, not only for gen
uine accomplishment, but for the su
perb spirit th.-t has possessed and di
rected her rehabilitation; she has met
disaster and exposure and alt the un
kindly elements of fate that follow
upon the heels of an original holocaust
with pride, and royal faith In her own
destiny, and her energies are is active
and as acute as ever; no pall, nor lo-ss.
'or barrier, in too great for her to face
and fight down. She has epitomise
the American spirit of bravery to the
letter and stands, resolute, strong and
genuine. In the van of the Western
cities, with time, alone, to be compu
ted in the scale of her rejuvenation.
She Is a magnificent type, and the
whole country Honors' her greatly,
since she has honored herself and
every demand! that has been made
The man who has been grinding out
pretty things in rhyme, that breathed
the delicate odor of wood violets, for
the southeast comer of this page re
signed suddenly yesterday after the
staff gathered for work. It Is only
fair to say of him that he's a good
' CURES CATARRH
Simple Way to Kill Catarrah
Germs in Nose, Throat
If you cut your finger, you don't at
tempt to heal It by swallowing a pill
or a dose of medicine.
It Is juat as foolish to try and cure
catarrh of the nose and throat with
pills and stomach dt.slng, tor catarrh
is a local disease, end needs special
local healing treatment.
The only natural and common sense
method known for the cure of catarrh
al troubles l Hy-o-meL It Is breath
ed through an Ingenious pocket in
haler, so that its medicaid sir reaches
the most remote air-cells' of the nose,
throat and lungs, killing all catarrhal
germs, soothing the Irritated mucous
membranes, and restoring a healthy
If you suffer from catarrhal trou
bles, such as offensive breath, raising
of mucous, frequent meeting, husky
voice, discharge from the nose, drop
pings In the throat, loss of strength,
spasmodic toughing, or a feeling of
tightness across the upper part ot the
chest, you should begin to use Hy-o-
mel at once. It will Jestroy all disease
germs In the nose, throat and lungs,
and provide the blood with additional
The complete Hy-o-mel outfit with
inhaler costs but $1.00. So strong U
T. F. Laurln's faith In the power Of
Hy-o-mel to cure all catarrhal trou
blet that with every dollar outfit, he
gives an Iron-clad guarantee to re
fund the money unless the remedy
Dont Put Off.
For to-morrow what you can do to
day. If you put off buying a bottle of
Bal'ard's Snow Liniment, when that
pain comes you won't have any, buy a
bottle today. A positive cure for
Rheumatism, Burns, Cuts, Sprains,
Contracted Muscles, etc. T. S. Gra
ham, Prairie Grove, Ark., writes:
1 wish to thank you for the gooJ
results I received from Snow Liniment.
It positively cured me of Rheumatism
after others had failed." 8old by
Hart's Drug Store.
Farmer John D. Rockefeller, Jr., go
ing back to the soil to enjoy life in
health should be some encouragement
to the other young farmers to stay
If W. T. Stead uses a "big D" In
talking to the Methodfst preacher
we fear we shall be unable to print
verbatim his adJress to the Wall
Street brokers in New York.
The Japanese are going to erect a
statue of President Roosevelt in a
public square named after him In To
klo. That's a tribute to our foreign
policy of a square deal.
King Edward has courage to go vis
iting In Spain where a few thought
less persons are always playing foot
ball with loaJed bombshell
The oldest Inhabitant Is snowed un
derwith his "short, ugly word" un
Bitten By A Spider.
Through blood poisoning caused by
a spider bite, Jona Washington, or
BoequevUle. Texas, would have lost
big leg, which became a mass of ran
ning sores, had he not been persua
ded to try Bucklen's Arnica Salve. He
writes: "The first application relieved,
and four boxes healed all the sores.
Heals every sore. 25c. at Chas Rog
Doing Business Again, ,
"When my friends thought I was
about to take leave of this world, on
account of Indigestion, nervousness
and general debility," writes A. A.
Chlsholm, Treadwell, N. X., "and when
It looked as If there was no hope left,
I was persuaded to try Electric Bitters,
and I rejoice to say mat they are cu
ring me. I am now doing business
n:uti a of old, n.id a nutlll gat.tng
dany." Best tonic medicine on earth.
Guaranteed by Chas. Rogers, Drug
gist 60 c.
T) SPICES, 0r
AbjrfuhPurihr, finesr flavor.
Grab si Strength. Dta5orilkPricn
r PORTLAND, ORCOON. C
The General Condemnation of So-Called Patent
or Secret Medicines '
of an injurious character, which Indulge in extravagant ami unfounded pretension!
to cure all manner of ills, and the
National Legislation Enacted to Restrict Their Sale
have established more clearly than could have been accomplished in any other way
The Value and Importance o! Ethical Remedies.
Remedies which physicians sanction for family use, as they act most beneficially and
re gentle yet prompt in ctfect, and called ethical, because they are of ......
Known Excellence and Quality and ol Known Component Parts.
To gain the full confidence of' the Well-informed of the world and the approval of
the most eminent physicians, it is essential that the component parts be known to and
approved by them, and, therefore, the California Fig Syrup Company has published for many
vears oast in its advertisements and upon every packaire a full atatement thereof. Tho per-
t feet purity and uniformity of product which they demand in a laxative remedy of an ethical
. ' i i... .l. , . I - e. ...... r'..i,l.,l n,ih,wl fif manufacture.
cnaracicr are assnrcu vj me v.aiuuiui rig ,jim uiiijuj -"
I knnvn In llw fflmmnV nnt. '
There are other ethical remedies approved by physicians, but the product of
the California Fig Syrup Company possesses the advantage over all other family laxatives
that it cleanses, sweetens and relieve! the internal organs on which it acta, without
disturbing tie natural functions or any debiliuting after effects and, without having to
increase the quantity from time to time..
This valuable remedy haa been long and favorably known undet the name of
Syrup of Figs, and has attained to world-wide acceptance as the most eacellent of
family laxatives, and as its pure laxative principles, obtained from Senna, are well
known to physicians and the Well-Informed M the world to be the best of natural
laxatives, we have adopted the more elaborate name of Syrup of Figs and Elixir of
Senna, as more fully descriptive of the remedy, but doubtlessly it will always , be
called for, by the .shorter name of Syrup of Figs; and to c,et its. beneficial effects,
always note, when purchasing, the full name of the Company California Hg Syrup Co.
plainly printed on the front of every package,! whether you simply call for Syrup
of Figs, or by the full name, Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna, as Syruo of lp
and Elixir of Senna is the one laxative remedy manufactured by the California tg
Syrup Company, and the same heretofore known by the name,, Syrup of Hgy which
has given satisfaction to 'millions. The genuine is for sale by all leading druggists
throughout the United States in original packages of one site only, the regular price
of which is fifty cents per bottle.
Every bottle is sold under the general guarantee of the Company, filed with the
Secretary of Agriculture, at Washington, i, C. the remedy is not adulterated or mis
branded within the meaning of the Food and Drugs Act, June 30th, 1906.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
U. S. A.
New York, N. V.
Old Forester Whiskey
High in Quality and Price
Tiest Value on the Coast
Major Paul Whiskey
Noted for its Fine Flavor
The Policy-HoMers' Company
Purely Oregon and Absolutely
Mutual to Policyholders
on a Common
Keep the Money in Oregon
The very best Life Insurance
for an Oregonian
iTalk about your Breakfast foods,
A thousand you can see;
I wouldn't have them as a gift;
I'd have Rocky Mountain Tea.
For sale by Frank Hart
Perfection in Life Insurance.
A company conducted by men of high
repute, skilled In finance, having asso-
elated with them life Insurance under
writers who use safe methods anJ
plain insurance contracts that have
been tried and stood the test of time,
with moderate expense of conducting
the business. Profits from all sources
belong to the policyholders, and must
be distributed to them In dividends at
the end of each year.
Oregon Life is the only Pa
cific Coast Company wnicn
includes all of the above
; 410 BOND ST, I
ASTORIA, 1 OUGOJI
l Carries ths Flat Lias of I
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I ' Cigars I
1 CALL AND SEE US 1
Winter's colic every
time thcre'3 another
house painted with
T'ntton'i Sun.rroof Paint pnimnl, ir
serve una beautify. Tlwr f ui u( Iki
pismanu mt .urtwt nil. Turf iuw,uil uii
sud rain, heat ana cold iwicj as lir ( liana
Hmut for htwlt m eolif P.ml Cf") li
rvrruK tUtlt C., Lake Strel. MUwauUco.
Allen Wall Paper and Paint Co.
1 Sole Agents.
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Colas, Cfsop, I
Whooping I I
Cough, Eto. I I
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National Purs I 1
Food and 1
DrsUw. 1 1
AO soars. srraM oontainlnf splat! tntth
?iu thaVwela. Bee'i Laxatir Honey ta
u snras U bowtli and contains so oolites,
For Bale by Frank Hart, Druggist
nuiMM i 'j
30 PER CENT OFF
On accoun t of .the large new spring stock comingand
to make room in our store we offer SO per cet
off for the next few days. Buy your
wall paper now while it is cheap.
Eastern Painting & Decorating Company.
Commercial Strtat, nsar Eighth.
L BOWLBY, Pruidsnt.
PETER80N, Vlos Pmldant
rtlANK PATTON, Oasbkr.
J. W. GARNER, Assistant Oashlar.
Astoria Savings Bank
Capital Paid In 1100,000, Bnrplut and Undivided Profits M,I0
Transacts General Banking Bualneas, interent paid on Tins uepoalu
ASTORIA IRON WORKS
JOHN FOX, Pres.
F L BISHOP. Secretary
INelson Tro.r, Vioe-Preg. and Ropt.
ASTORIA HAVINGS BANK. Treat
Designer, and Manufacturers 01
THE LATErJT IMPROVED
Canning Machinery, Marine Engines and Boilers
Complete Cannery Outits Furnish,!
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