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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (April 18, 1907)
THE M011NING ASTOMAN, ASTOUJA, OREGON.
THURSDAY, APRIL 18, WT.
npntiPtifi Toilet Powder
Is the Shining Hark of Success WwM
Khlith every titiltMtor atina Mt. But Mennen't
Ilirtml Talcum Tiilliit I'uwder roamiue in
Imltsble diMtplts ot All false boost "m good
Msnnea'sTollet Powrtw mads III fame by
IU tufHvUirUy, It hl'l H fsmeby Mils same
lulmltable qintllly, Thvr l nothing like Hnn
ntiu'N. Thereoould noibe. tx!uiMiomeel
know Iho aeon of Urn Mtmtieii powder aud
tli0roMiii(wknuia(iuni. 1lirfre no
"Imiuiiiiu" IimInxiu more limn ru-lm-llnllon,
auperNHsl, spurious nail fruidttlpiit.
UimU Ik proiiloin of Hit iww pnr fttod and
dru. I vr IhiX uf Miun ) lan lb wrltl
uiuiiar dMiviiutMl hi lti miwnmpil, a aiuma.
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Cl..i uf in idorkr.l l'im tlHi ri fwlift luiMelt. 11
OCRHARD MENNHN CHEMICAL CO.. Newark. N.J.
(IuwhummI 4r U rood and lirtMl Ael, Jui), ll swum Mo, IM(
Come See Our Enamelware !
To the housewife: If you wish anything in white-, ,
' warc,'Enamelwire,both in gray and green, we can
please you with our excellent line.
Tinware in Japaned or plain is excellent ware,
now on display see our window.
Everything for the home at reasonable prices.
The Foard & Stokes Hardware Co., Inc.
Successor U faf it C.
First National Bank of Astoria,Orc.
ti, Ead KOTABLISIIHlflWHI.
NEW P ICTION !
"Reganoo," by Atherton. "Mr.Jim andMrs. Jimmie,"
"Before Adam," by London. ,,Helma," by Eldredge.
"Kate Meredith," Financier Wyne. "The Malefactor," by
ODoenheim. " Later-da v Sweethearts," "The Wierd P.ic-
turc.,, 'Fishing and Shooting," by G. Cleveland. "The
Family," and Thomas w. Lawson's ureat
"Friday the Thirteenth'1
All 3J125 per Copy
E. A. HIGGINS CO.,
MUSIC HOOKS STATIONERY
Often a person is sized up by his appear
ance; by the tone that surrounds him. And
more often a business house is sized up by
the stationary it uses. ,' A cheap letter
head or a poor bill head gives a mighty
poor first impression and makes business
harder to transact. Good printing costs no
more than poor printing.. The first im
pression is half the battle in business.
You wouldn't employ a "sloppy" sales
man; why put up with "sloppy" station-
ery, that gives a wrong impression of the
importance of your business. Let us do '
your printing and help you to make that
The J . S. 0 elli n ge r Go .
An AMldtnt That 0fll th PreUoWf
In Hydt Park.
"Aa C'rowwull runo lu iowcr aud rauk
til luvt uf Lorti Iwguo to b tuon
coiiaiilcwoui,' ny wrlUir l Uluck
wood'. "Vbu lit "atartwl from Lou
ion fa IdiU to rifCDiKiiuir Iroluud b
wtiut forth In that tnt aud iiulpBK
U Uii lilt btttb hardly Uwu iwii, liliu
lulf la a coauh wltU nix Kalluut Fluu
ion Diana, raddlab grujr." la 1050,
wtiuti the OpttulNb amhainaiiif took hi
luaw of the lord protector, Crouiwoll
ant blm "iiif own &mh of alx wblt
boriM-" to convey blm to and from
Whitehall. "Cortaln It la." dda tb
narrator, '"'Hit none of the Kugllb
kliiKi bad ver iy tucb."
Tto prowtctor wa not ttiucU of a
whin, however. Ia Ki&i the Count of
Oldvubuvf Mut Cromwell a pretwut of
lx bon, and tbe protuctora tnxmj
to make trial of tboir QUullty led to bli
well known advoutura In Hydt park.
On Friday, Bopt Z, bt want with Sec
retary Tburloe and Home of hit gentle
ma to take air la tbe park, ordered
tb all boMMrt to b baruiHMed to bit
coach, put Tburloe InMde of It aud un
dertook to drive blinwir. "lilt high
noae," ld letter from the Imtcb
ainbaaoador, "drove pretty bandoniely
for eonie time, but at laat, provoking
tboae bortue too tnucb with tbe whip,
they grew unruly, whereby hie blgb
neet woe flung out of the coach bos
upon tbe grouud. Ille foot getting
bold In the Ucktlng, be wae carried
away i good while In that objure, but
at laat be got hta foot clear and 0
came to eecape.' He waa presently
brmtght home and let blood and aftei
aome rent Uken to now well again. Tbe
aecretary, being hurt on hit ankle wltb
UmhIuv out 'of the coach, bath been
forced to keep tits chnmhor hitherto
and been unfit for any bueineea.-
The royallat Scrogga. afterward chief
Juetlce. writing of thJa Incident. boied
that tbe next fall would be from a cart
-hinting at tbe gallowa. Aa to Croin
well'a lowi on the burning aueatlon
of bore racing It la difficult to arrive
at a ponltlve conclualon. Ilia couaianr
aim waa to noaxem aa many good
noma aa be could afford. Whether he
entered hi borne for racea or bad
tbe aatlafaetlon of owning a winner
hlitory doe not Bay.
Tua only thing aome people alwaya
bare ready la an excuse,
Almoat any one can be Induced to He
if you auk enough queattona.
The better you behave the better you
get along. ita old. but Ifa true.
A man nobody can quarrel with hn..
tbe life problem reaeonably well aolved.
Lack of opiortunlty baa to eta ad a
an excuite for a lot of general ahlftleee
neaa. Th tpnuliU iviili auine neoule lie III
tli fact that tbey conalder their fault
Are you among those who treat their
new acquatnUncee better than tbey
treat their old friend I
If a man baa plenty of money to back
up a lot of tool notion, people call blm
eccentric, but If he only hai the notion
be la a crank. Atcjuaon uiotw.
Tamed the Box Offioa Man.
A theater box office man whoee teats
were all told daye ahead waa taming
away disappointed pntrona more than
gruffly when a man who had watched
the proccu wltb glowing ire readied
the window. "Selling any more teata
thlt teaaonr he began. Tbe ticket
teller answered with a stare. The ques
tion, quietly but firmly repeated, finally
received an affirmative answer. "Give
me two." "Whenr growled tbe seller,
recovering. "Any time," said the man.
The seller was almost too crushed to
ask "Wherer "Anywhere," replied
the man. "How much?" whispered the
tellor, his voice deserting him. "Any
price," said the mau. The tickets wore
transferred In an awed silence, and the
line of purchaser tbnt bad overheard
smiled benevolently at the noticeably
tamed man In the cage. New York
Post. . . -i
Antiquity ef Proverbs.
Proverbs existed long before books.
In the enrlleNt times they served . as
tbe rmwrltten Iiiubuhko of morality
aud hnve.lHHu passed down through
the genenitlous. In Africa there tire
numerous quaint proverbs. Among
them lire: "He who dives on dry bind
will scarify his fuce." "Two people
canuot sit down upmi tbe point of the
same thorn at tho Bitme time." In the
Transvaal the proverb, "Beware of a
silent niau; he has a brass band In bis
mouth," la often heard.
Holmes on Shelley.
Shelley vaporized every thins In his
glowing crucible, but there was gold at
the bottom of It. When 1 look at him
spreading the starry wings of his fancy
over his chaotic philosophy he seems
like a seraph hovering over the un
fathomable chasm, whose blackness 1
the abode of demons. "Autocrat of the
No other remedy on earth la to good
for children as ' HolllsterV Bocky
Mountain Tea; makes them eat, sleep
and grow, sngnt eyes, rosy cneens.
8G cents, Tea or Tablets. '
For sale by Frardt Hart. I
A marvelous preparation oontalntng
the constituent elements of life. Hoi-
lister's Rocky Mountain Tea cures
when all else has failed. 35 cents,
Tea or Tablets', For sale "by Frank
Speediest Relief Known to Sci
ence for Coughs, Colds
This home prescription ha been
familiar to druggists for years. Its
wonderful effectiveness on coughs,
cohle and all affection of the bron
chial tubes and pulmonary organs
spread It fame to city to city with
rapidly Increasing popularity.
Inquiry Into the origin of this pre
scription developed the tact that It
emanated from a prominent Philadel
phia physician who gained fame
amongst his profession for the devel
opment of truly soluble preparation
from the actlv principle of the pine
tree, which although known to contain
wonderful curative power on the mu
caui mmbran yet wo not generally
Used by doctors on account of its In
solubility, Thl new form of pine is
known' to doctors and druggists as
the famous "Home Prescription,"
which is here given to the public and
Is as follows:
Concentrated oil of pine, half ounce;
pore whiskey, (spirits frumenll) eight
ounces, glycerine 3 ounce. Mix and
shake thoroughly and take a table
spoonful every four -hours. This will
frequently cure a cold inside ot twenty-four
These Ingredient can be secured at
end good drug store, and can be easily
mixed at home In a ten-ounce bottle.
The concentrated oil of pine comes
put up for dispensing in half-ounce
vials securely sealed in a screw top
package which retains all the original
osone. It should be borne in mind,
however, that there are patent medi
cine put up by so celled chemical
companies to imitate the wonderful
pine oIL These can be avoided by male
Ing sure to get the "Concentrated" oil
of pine. It Is also salJ to be very ef
fectlve In curing lumbago and uric
acid rheumatism for thl purpose is
Is taken raw, a few drops on sugar,
night and morning.
HOW TO AVOID APPENDICITIS.
Most victims of appendicitis are
those who are habitually constipated.
Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures
chronic constipation by stimulating
the liver and bowels and restore the
natural action ot the bowels. Orlno
Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nause
ate or gripe and Is mild and pleasant
to take. Refuse substitutes. T. F.
Laurln.- Owl Drug Store.
W ahall not be responsible if any
person takes any but the genuine Fo
ley's Honey and Tar for cougbt and
colds. Imitation are worthiest and
may contain opiate. Thk genuine
Foley's Honey and Tar In the yellow
package contains no opiates and la
safe and sure. T. F. Laurln.
Mr. S. L. Bowen, of Wayne, W. Va,
writes: "I waa a sufferer form kidney
disease, to that at timet I could not
get out of bed, and when I did, I could
not stand atralght I took Folyt KIJ
ney Cure. One dollar bottle and part
of the second cured me entirely." Fo
ley's Kidney "Cure workt wondert
where others are total failures. T. F.
Night Boat for Portland and
Leaves Astoria dally exospt Sunday at
Leaves Portland Dally, Exeept Sunday
at 7 a. m.
Qulok lervlet Excellent Meal
Qeed Bertha. ' '
Landing Astoria Navel Wharf. !
Landing Portland Pent Taylor tt
C. M. F0WLER. Agent.
Phont Main 8761.
It a PARKER,
E. P. PARKER,
r EUROPEAN PLAN.
Flrtt Class In Every Rsepeat,
Free Coach to the House.
Bar and Billiard Boom.
Oood Cheek Restaurant.
A ateri a, Oregon
i i t
Oood Eampla Booms oa Ground floor
for ComflMTcUl Mea.
THE TRENTON t
First-Class Liquon and Cigars
H , ; 602 Commffriaf Street -
Corner Commercial and 14th. Atoria, Oregon. X
W. G. LAWS & CO.
HEATING AND PLUMBING ENGINEERS
Plans And estimates furnished on application.
All work done by First-Class Mechanics.
Sheet-Iron, Copper and Tin Work done in a first
class manner, as we do no other work in onr shop.
Sherman Transler Co.
HESRY 8HEEMAS, Manage!
Hacks, Carriages Pagjsge Cheeked aad Trsnsterred Trucks art Furaifeaxw
Wageaa Pianos UutskL Boxed and Shipped.
433 Commercial Street
Main Phone 121
C. F. WISE, Prop.
Choice Winss, Liquor . Merchant Loach I rata
aad dean 11:30 a. aa. to 1:30 f jm.
Eot Laaca tt all Hoars si Carta
' Corner El treat k and Coauntrctal
TPo Be Happy J
Mean not only good thing to est, but also the best ef thing te drink,
I and the best ef all good drink Is Sond A Carlson
i I Bye and Bourbon Whiskies,
Choice 'Wines and Champagnes. I
!! THE COMMERCIAL !!
J 08 Commercial 8t
SCO! BAY IRON & BRASS MB
IRON , AND BRASS FOUNDERS , UNO AND MAHINE EKCIXEEES
V Up-to-Cate Saw Mill HaebinerylE Prompt attenuon'flven toBl. repair work
18th and Franklin Ave. TL Main 2451.
STEEL a EWRT J
. In Easiness for. Business and Tour Satisfaction.
, Ve make it i our aim to do first class work at iX
222 Twelfth Street. Next to the'Astoria Theatre.
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