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THE MORNING ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER it,
Published Daily Except Monday 0?
IHE J. S. DEL LINGER COMPANY.
By mail, per year 17 00
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vnimwd m xKnrt-clniu matter July
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offloe of pubUotUoo.
TELEPHONE MAIN 661.
Official paper of Clatsoy County and
the Oty of Aitona.
We solicit your business and offer our
management and directorate as evidence
of the safe and careful handling of your
banking in whatever line it may be.
I at Astoria, iu the State of Oregon, at
I the o!o of business, December !). W'
C. F. Ilendricksen
Dr. Henry V. Coe
C. O. Palmberg
J. M. Anderson
Loans and discount
Overdrafts, MH'urcil and
t'. 8. bonds to secure clrculu
Premiums on U. 8. btnds J.S.'O.OO
Itoti.ls, teomnties, ete 80,030.00
Due from National llanks (not
reserve agent 08,111.73
Due from Mate Hanks and
banker -. SI.3U.00
Due from .approved reserve
Checks and otlier cash items. . l.OOO.M
Notes of other National Hanks .'0.00
Nickels and cents 315 20
lUwml Mouey Reserve in
I Legal-tender notes 13 102.013.00
Redemption fund with V. S.
Treasurer (8 per cent circu
4 WEATHER. 4
Western Oregon Occasional
rains; southwesterly winds.
Western Washington Oeca-
' sional rains; moderate southwest
gale in the interior; strong south-
west gale along the north coast
Eastern Washington and Ore-
gon, Northern Idaho Occasional
. Southern Idaho Fair.
tion and misappropriation, have dealt
swiftly and severely with the culprits
and will follow up the prosecutions to
the limit of criminal procedure. The
entire program tends to fortify, not only
the correct attitude of the banks of the
country, but the sense of publio justice
and commendation as well; all of which
i-s part and parcel of the faith that keeps
the business of the world agoing!
Bound to Europe to Investigate for Rail-
ways of Japan.
CHAMBERLAIN HAS BLUNDERED.
JUDGE GEORGE GRAY.
It would be historically remarkable if
the little bailiwick of Delaware were to
cast into the area of American politics
a gage of battle that should mean some
thing vastly close to victory in the year
1908, as she has hinted she will do with
he name and fame of one of her best
and greatest citizens, Hon. George Gray.
With, or 'without, cause. Governor
Chamberlain has blundered in his hand
ling of the legal holiday schedule, by
omitting his declaration covering Friday
and Saturday of last week. It is rum
red that he did it in order to expedite t may be too late for the successful use
the task of securing a new and accept- of h' wholesome statesman's unsullied
able bond in the matter of the State Ilarae- bllt. tbat ' may if !t ' used
Treasuryship, and if this is true, it will t -U it will be with universal honor
mitigate, while it will not wholly excuse, throughout the land; for he is a notable
the toes and cost and confusion insepa- example of the best in American lite, his
rable from a hundred other businesses public and private records being un
through the State, in public, and private blemished, and his life crowded with
relation. these elements of honor and faith that
We, in common with the multitude of mnure only to the good and great. As
other people, have expected to be com- iurigt Governor, Senator and man, he
pelled to record some such trouble as figures loftily and splendidly and any
this before the handy "legal holidays" further honor tbat is offered him in a
were dispensed with," but it was notlpuWw sense, will be weighed deeply and
thought the executive office -would be re- honestly by the people of the whole
sponsible for it; and it will take eon-countr7 witn om the such gifts as
aiderable explaining of the most satiafae- pbs Presidency lie. That he is a Demo
tory sort to qualify the criticisms that arejeat is all that can be alleged against
sure to fall when they belong in this Bin ucn a contest noult " "'
premise. It is not enough to say that!
it was done in the interest of the State, The announcement by the attorney
even on so important an issue as the general that the Excelsior Fire Insur
one suggested, for it -was the plain duty awe Company is inflated with jut ordi-
of the Governor to scan the whole situa- nary air is disappointing, even if tiK
tion, and to know what the broadest name of the concern does suggest that
effect of his action would be upon the 't wag upholstered -with no very expen
mvriad affairs subject to disarrange- sive material,
ment and defeat in the courts
markets and banks of Oregon.
THE GOLDFTELD STATUS.
We cannot relinquish the idea that a
mistake was made in sending the federal order.
troops to Goldfield. So far everything is
passive, and it may come to pass tha
the "boys in blue" will get away from
Chicago, ever alert, is demanding that
the proposed central bank of issue be
established in that city. Kokomo, Painted
Post and other metropolises will no doubt
present their respective claims in due
VICTORIA. B. C. Dec. 11. The gov
eminent wireless, telegraph station re
ported steamer Governor off Cape Look
out bound north at 0:30 p. m. last night
and was in communication with U. S, S.
Nebraska which wa between Cape
Blanco and North Head having been de
laved in the heavy gale of Sunday night
which she (wenthered well
ine steamer Mimano Alaru due on
Wednesday, has three Japanese railway
Capital stock paid in flt10.000.00
Mirpmi fund 13,000.00
Individed profits, less ex
penses and taxes paid 28,042.07
.National Hank note out
Due to other National Banks.. 8,157.83
Individual deposit subject to
Demand certificates of de
Certified checks . ... 1.122.03 023,004.21
State of Oregon, County of Clatsop,
I, S. S. Gordon, Cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that
(lie auove statement is true to the best
experts among her passenger. Shinaiiol of my knowledge and belief.
is bound to Germany to look into the!
manufacture of machinery. Kyoshokawa I
S. S. GORDON,
sworn to before me
to the U.S. and Europe to investigate this Sth day of December, 1007.
reight handling and Y. Kuruse to the "Ohl.UM,.
Eastern state to took into the nisnu- rnrr.t ..,.,, .ary ruuuc.
faoture of steel. .lArnn KAVf
O. C. FLA V EL,
W. F. McGREGOR.
Good Cough Medicine for .Children.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
1 -i...:- lT-i.' -
Muscular Pains Cured.
"During the summer of 1903 I
there without having to assert them. troubled with muscular rins in the in-
selves by force of amis; but it is a
step of my foot says Mr. S. Pedlar, of
lame, ehanc that thev will be nermitre A Ont. "At times it was so pain
1 I t 1 3 1 n. rn,.MLu:.t.
1 1 Hi x cuuiu iiniuijr wni&. uiinuiueiuiiui
Pain Balm was recommended to me, so
to do this. If they are not gotten away
minus an engagement with the striking
miners, there ig certain to be some ugly
results of their visit. The situation
there is fraught with perilous possibili
I tried it and was completely cured by
one small bottle. I have since recom
mended it to several of my friends, all
I r L - - 1. 1. ! V 1 sth T7 .-I-
ties and no parallelcase has ever passed UI wu? ' " 1 "
Without the making of a najitv record I "'"
We have as little confidence in the Mine
owners's Association as we have in the
Western Federation, when it comes to
the use of dark and sinuous methods,
an.l C9h R wntA tha Mhan nn in tlia
doing of desperate things, until neither P618' iJea'
is entitled to credit or standing in the
reading world beyond their interests. We
can but hope for an easy and early solu
tion of the difficulties at Goldfield, and
if this is wrought, we will take off our
hat to the Goldfield union, W. F. M. and
leclare it the master-group of its order,
for common-sense, west of the Rockies.
"Judge" offers three solutions for the
Bridge crush. Remove the bridge; re
move the crushers; remove Brooklyn. All
as feasible, apparently, as the city's ex-
The season for coughs and colds is
now at hand and too much care cannot
be used to protect the children. A cnilc"
is much more likely to contract diph
theria or scarlet fever when be has a
cold. The quicker you cure his cold the
lees the risk. Chamberlain's Co'xgh
Remedy is the sole . reliance of many at Astoria, in the State of Orecon. at
mothers, and few of those who heveL , , h,,.;.. tw.,h., tonr
wiea it are wnung to ue any otner.
Mrs. F. F. Starcher. of Ripley, W. Vs.,
iit l-- . J . 1 ; 1 , .
1 uve never uscu aujaiung omeri RESOURCES
than Chamberlain's Coutrh Remedr fori
mv chll.Ten .., it W alw.v. JB V" nd discounts W28.212-20
. , .. . . Overdraits, secured and un
gooa satisiacHon. inis remedy contains 1 aecured 856100
no opium or other narcotic and msy belt. . bonds to secure circula
given as confidently to a child as to sn tMn 17.500.00
,iu v 1-i. t--!. a4 L. H. bonds to secure U. 8
mg dmggists. Premiums on U. S. boticU.... 2.878.00
Bonds, securities, etc 62.147.4H
A safety device for railroad switchin. Banking house, furniture, and
operated bv two men in a tower, where .""urc. -. 4,340.70
- I f It h... -...--.1 on",!
I,)rm.rl,. thirri. Tnitn ii'dra ra.ni! rA -m I .. ... '
-J "'I"" v" Uub from National Hanki (not
tne tracks, saves Hies and wayen. rewrve airentsl S.1S7.A3
Uue from state lianks and
Won.ler if Con-res ill wake un to 15nK6r 17,220.00
r 1 iv... r-An.
v.ic juinT vi ycimima lur me mucui gecnts 15031(150
States life-saving service at this session. Checks and other caah items.
Clearing house certificates.
BADLY MIXED UP.
Abraham Brown, Wiotereon, N. Y,
had a very remarkable experience; be
says: "Doctors got badly mixed up
Notes of other National Banks
Fractional paper currency,
nickels, and cents
Lawful Money Reserve in
over me; one said heart disease; two if f-"ds. notes.. . .. 17,060 149,648.00
Redemption fund with U.
treasurer (5 per cent circu
called it kidney trouble: the fourth.
blood poison, and the fifth stomach and
liver trouble; but none of them helped
me; so my wife advised trying Electric
Bitters, which are restoring me to pep'
. i . ... ...
ieci neaun. une Dottle did me mors
good than all the five doctors prescrib
ed." Guaranteed for blood poison, weak
ness and all stomach, liver and kidney
complaints, by Cbas. Rogers dru.irist. 60. National Bank
Due to Stats
The happy CHRISTMAS litis Is fast spproaohlng and I takt
great pleasure In Inviting yon to inspect my new and well selscUd
tins of Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Solid 8llvr and plated
ware, Cut Glass, Umbrellas, and Gold and Hiker novelties. I have
the largest and fliifnt a look this year to select from that 1 have
ever ahown lu Astoria. MUCKS at RIGHT) QUALITY U.N8UK
PASSED. Conn early and make your selections, I will lay tbeui
away until you want them,
J. H. SEYMOUR
rhe Stort of Quulty, 468 Commercial St4 Astoria, Or.
First-Class Liquors and Cigars
80s Cummerdal Stmt
Cornet Commercial tad 14th. ASTORIA, OREQOR ;
WILL NOT BE COMPLETE WITHOUT SOME OF OUR SELECT TABLE
WINES A PARTIAL LIST TO CHOOSE FROM,
Old Port-Tawny, rich, light
Old Sherry rale, clean, nutty.
Angelica Soft, agreeable, full.
Muscatel Very fruity, sweet.
Riesling Medium light table wine,
Sauterne Natural mellow, pronounced
Chateau Yqutm Full bodied Crems
Sparkling See Dnr Fragrant, effer
Zlnfandel-Cleaa, light table wins.
Burgundy Medium bodied, mellow.
Sparkling Burgundy Brilliant, pleas
ant Grape Juice, Maraschino cherries, fruit
and Cognae Brandies, and x full
Un of Cordials.
0' Sauteroes. ' ' "
PHONE 1 St 1 PROMPT DELIVERY JpTaT - '
AMERICAN IMPORTING CO.
589 Commercial Street;
Q. A. BOWLBY, Prssldant.
L PETERSON. Vlos Preeideni
e-RANK PATTON, Cas&lsr.
J. W. GARNER, Aataat Caaklsi,
Astoria Savings Bank
Capital Paid la 1100.000. surplus (Da Undivided Proflu tMfia
Traaauiia a Oansral Ihuiklai BualDssa, Interest Paid oa Tim Iwiioalta
FOUR PEIl CNT TER ANNUM
nerenth and Duns streets. AfTOILA, OIZOOX.
First National Bank of Astoria, Ore
Shennan Transter Co.
HENRY 8HER MAN, Manager
Kacks, Carriages Baggage Cheeked and Transferred Truck
Wagons Pianos Moved. Boxed and Shipped.
Mala Ptow mi
Capital stock paid in. . . .
surplus iund ,
Undivided profits, less
penses and taxes paid..
TtanVer . O 077 JO
1 ,111.' - i .11.- I T-.l I. TT ,'"f fr,r rri i . , . .. I L ' ' . ' S""
auiiumm w wum m xojeya nuney itt ?wi,uw,uw greater tnan lor the yeariius to approved reserve
The value of farm products for 1907
SMALL RATIO OF FAILURE.
and Tar have been sold without sny
person ever having experienced any ot
her than beneficial results from its use
for coughs, colds and lung troubles.
This is because the genuine Foley's
Honey and Tar in the yellow package
contains no opiates or other harmful
drugs. Guard your health by refusing
any but the genuine. Sold by T. F.
Laurin, Owl Drag Store.
In reviewing the late "unpleasantness,"
otherwise, the "stringency," and again
otherwise, the "flurry," etc., etc., the
meagre ratio of failure in the banking
and commercial world iannenf H.n
features and promising facts wherewith Pro8ecution b7 turning his barn nd
to build anew the confidence that is
Plainfield's fire marshal has a poor opin
ion of the discrimination of firebugs.
Some one of them has rewarded his
rapidly asserting itself everywhere; and
still another element that contributes
vastly to the rehabilitation of public
ease and security, is the direct and force
ful prosecutions that have followed every
case of wilful maladministration that
has come to light. New York and San
Francisco, Chicago and Pittsburg, all finest: all Schillinp-'s Best.
the ereat centers that have develoned
sue tnatamw. wn.m-.li.il n,tJI- Your irrocer returns your money U roe don't
! " J I Ik II. n. him
Five degrees of excel
lence: good: better;
previous. Not much hard times about 1 1 agents 906.39
that. 1 Individual deposits subject to
Tlpmanil certifleafM nf Ha.
Pains in the back and side mar cornel "osit . $ 68,049.75
from the kidnevs or liver. Tjhi' Tamil Tims certificates of de-
Medicine the tonlclaxative. and a great LP-fc .'"gS
uu ,cr remray, win give reuei. m S. deposits 50,000.00 777,308.79
Secretary Garfield nays irrigation has
now passed the experimental stage.
A DANGEROUS DEADLOCK,
hat sometimes terminates fatally.ls the
stoppage of liver and bowel functions.
To quickly end this condition without
disagreeable sensations, Dr. King's New
Life Pills should always be your rem
edy. Guaranteed absolutely satisfactory
in every case or money back, at Cbas.
Rogers drug store, 25c.
Btats of Oregon, , County of Clatsop,
I, J. E. Higgins, Cashier of the above-
named bank, do solemnly swear that
tne aDove statement is true to the best
of my knowledge and belief.
J. . HJUGINS,
Subscribed an.l sworn to before me
this 6th day of December, 1007.
UJMJ. O. FULTON,
GEO. H. GEORGE,
GEOROR W. WARREN,
Congressmen who have Just returned
Blanche Bates In to appear this year! from Panama say the canal may be
in a revival of "Madam Butterfly." 'finished In six years.
The government has increased its de
posits in Portland banks.
JOHN FOX. Pres. F.L. BISHOP. Sec ASTORIA fliVTvna nmr
itl"M ' i y . NEL80N TROYER, Vloi-Prt. and Runt. .
ASTORIA IRON WORKS
DESIGNERS AND MANUFACTURERS
OF THE LATE8T THPEOVES ....
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Caiiiiirig Ma?ftlncry. Marine; Engines and Boilers
0UWITS FURNISHED, . 1
rot of reartk Strsst
HMMIMMItHIMII H I II Ml CIM1HIMHMI
Now is the time to subscribe for
the 1908 Magazines.
There is no nicer Xmas present for all ages than a
subscription to one or more of the late magazines.
Come in and look over the clubs and decide
E. A. HIGOINS CO.