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THE MORNING ASTURIAN. .SUNDAY, J.1NE ?. I!HV2
Telephone, Main (SI.
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The Aatorlan guarantee to iU ad
vertiser the largest circulation ft any
newspaper published on the Columbia
. PTEADT VOTERS.
Every voter in Clatsop County and
the ptHe of Oregon has a rponsibie
duty to perform tomorrow. The men
are to be selected who ere to man
age the public affairs of state and
county for the ensuing terms of office.
If a mistake la made in auoh selec
tions the voters are usually to blame.
Campaign are fraught with all kinds
of strife, and men are often Jed
through prejudice to vote ajrainst their
own Interests. A voter may often
thinlc that one vote dos not oount
for much, and on this account, casts
his vota against his better Judgment
thrauyts perst-aa? prejudice a?a!n?t
a candidate, or through me preja
dlee against some one who advooiies
the cau ., of . some particular can
didate, la many waya toe bt
Judgment of the peop! is thwarted
In making a etection f their public
la ever? poStics) campaign there is
usually an issue which is of great In
terest to a given section, and which
la above ail other issues of the cam
paign. A thousand little things creep
Into the campaign, but there Is Al
ways one Issue above all of the oth
ers. If it were not for Issues -there
would be no reason for opposing po
There is an Issue In the present cam
paign. All otters are but moonshine
compared with this one. It is an Is
sue that has been tested several times
and has been settled according to all
rules of reason. It Is the issue be
tween Republicanism and Democracy,
a advocated In this country between
the respective adherents. The' matter
may be sifted from bottom to top and
this old issue will be discovered at
every point to be the main and only
real issue. Local districts may drag in
local Issues to a degree, but underly
ing It all is the old time issue. In the
fight on the main issue every point is
taken advantage of. Personalities and
abusa are dragged in but it is mere
ly to gain a point on the main issue.
Opponents of Republicanism are mak
ing a fight on Mr. Furnish because he
cannot make a flowery speech and has
made a success In life. Personally,
nothing can be said against him; but
to raise some point whereby the peo
ple may be prejudiced against him and
be may be defeated, is a victory for
Democracy. That is the whole secret
of the fight.
In Clatsop County the same issue is
involved. A strong local fight and the
defeat of one or more Republican nom
inees will weaken the cause of Repub
licanism. -There Is no getting arownd
this roint. The men who are urg
liK tho fight arc known. nd outside
of a few who have some Imaginary
grievance tha old enemy may be rec
Agnlted behind every sun pointed at
th Republican ticket. Personally,
nothinv- can bo said nfmlnst the Re
publican ticket from bottom to top. A
vote against Mr. Furnish is a vole
against the Interests of Clatsop Coun
ty and tfra State of Oregon. The de
feat oi any candidate on tho Repub
lican county ticket Is against the In
terest of Clatsop County. A vote
against tha senatorial and legls
lativ county Republican ticket of
Clatsop County is one of the nuwt ser
ioni mistakes that can be made. Men.
running on a ticket with a fixed prin
ciple, are thj candidates on tne we-
puMirar. ticket. Men on the "non par
tisan" oitliens' ticket have no platform
and no record and hv no security to
offer f.v a faithful administration. On
the one side it l voting imol)iffen;ly.
on th( other it I voting blindly.
Which shall It be? Republicans, do
vour dntv? Gxv1 cltiiens and broad-
minded Democrats, join the Republi
cans en election day and leach the
mongrels ln In Ckusop County!
A Portland drummer was telling the
old story about town yesterday that
Charr.ber'.a'n was going to sweep the
flat. But like Sits prediction he got
irixsd in his statements. He boasted
.? having been a delegate in the con
vention that nominated Chamberlain,
nd a few minutes later stated that he
wai a Republican and would vote for
a!l of tha Republican ticket excf.-Vf.
Furnish; that he would vote lit Mr.
Chamberlain on " personal growls"
When his attention was called to the
fact that it was inconsistent for a Re- j
publican to be a delegate In a Demo
cratic convention, he saw that he was !
" cornered" and moved on, and doubt
less continued to spread the " news,"
but was possibly more careful next
time not to mis his own politics so
" The Pacific seaboard is as much to
us as the Atlantic. The shad
ow of our destiny has already reached
to the shores of Asia. No states
man has the right to neglect our peo
ple of the Pacific; Interests which are
Important to all of our people, . but
which of most importance to those of
our people who have built populous
and thriving states on the Western
slope of our continent. AH hon
or to them; and shame,. thrice shame,
to us if we fall to uphold their hands!"
Theodore Roosevelt, Memorial ad
dress last Friday. And yet Chamber
lain and his followers are running for
office against this principle. What say
the voters of Oregon of Clatsop County?
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Whan my daughter was three months old Ecasma
broke out on her head and continued to spread until
her head was entirely covered. 8h was treated by
several good doctors, but grew worse, and tha dread,
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ootobratod health springe, bat received bo benefit.
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H. T. SHOBB.
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To make a living ! And we stand and
stare up at the man in the clouds, won
dering that any man can be so fool-
I hardy. Hut what ot
the business man,
who has barely time
I to snatch a hasty
meal, and gulps
I down a lunch of pie
and milk in a few
minutes? He too, is
risking his life to
make a living. Life
is sustained by food
properly digested and
assimilated. The re
sult of hasty eating
ami irregular meals
is " weak" stomach,
and a "weak" stom
ach means a weak
man. When the
stomach is "weak"
the food eaten is not
and cannot be per
fectly assimilated, so
that there is a daily loss of nutrition,
which in time will result in physical
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cures diseases of the stomach and other
organs of digestion and nutrition. It
enables the assimilation of all the nutri
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Mr. Nd Nelson, the celebrated Irinh Come
dian and Mimic, of 577 Royrten Street, Camden.
N. J wrileJ : " We fulfilled an engagement of
twelve weeks and the constant traveling gave
me a bad touch of that dreaded diseue called
dyapepsia. I had tried everything poasible to
cure ft till last week, while playing at B. F.
Keith's Bijou Theater, Philadelphia, ia the
Melaon Trio, a profeMional friend of mine ad
ried me to try Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery. I tried it, and, thank Cod, with good
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receipt of ai one-cent stamps to pay
expense of mailing only. Address Dr.
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Calm judgment tomorrow boys, that's
all! It is the old fight over again.
Stand to your colors, and remember
the interests of Oregon, Clatsop Coun-
ty, home! and the mongrels wilt: get
what they deserve and what they ex
pect. It is all to win with them, and
every deviation by Republicans will be
a clear loss.
The man who started the dirt poli
tics should be dealt with according
ly. Clatsop county people generally
do right, and, now ,of all times, they
should keep up their reputation. A
blind vote is a risky vote, a vote on
principle Is a safe one. Mongrels can
not claim principle. Republicanism Is
thf symbol of principle.
TRAVELING IS DANGEROUS.
Constant motion jars the kidneys
which are kept in place In the body
by delicate attachments. This is the
reason that travelers, trainmen, street
car men, teamsters and all who drive
very much suffer from kidney disease
in some form. Foley's Kidney Cure
strengthens the kidneys and cures all
forms of kidney and bladder disease.
Geo. H. Hausan, locomotive engineer,
Lima. 0., writes, "Constant vibration
of the engine caused me a great deal
of trouble with my kidneys, and I got
no relief until I used Foley's Kidney
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It Is said that age Improves liquors,
but men don't like to wait.
Foley's Honey and Tar Is peculiarly
adapted for asthma, bronchitis and
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SAVED A WOMAN'S LIFE.
To have given up would have meant
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sometimes could not speak. All doc
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WILL CURB CONSUMPTION.
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lung trouble. I know that it has cured
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It is not absolutely necessary for
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The realities of matrimony are often
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There are several ways of paying
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If ysu will make Inquiry It will be
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NOTICE FOR BIDS.
Bids will be received by the county
court of Clatsop County, Oregon, un
til Thursday, June 5, 1902, at 2 o'clock
d. m., for the construction of an 80
foot span bridge, 12 feet wide, across
the Necanlcum river in section 24, Twp.
S N., R. 10 west, In Clatsop County Ore
gon. Said bridge to be constructed on
a site about one mile east of Carl
Johnson's place, where the county road
from Seaside crosses the said Necan
Bidders will present plans and speci
fications for said work, together with
a certified check for 10 per cent ot the
amount of their bids, or a good and
sufficient bond, as a guarantee that
they will construct the said bridge
provided they are awarded tire con
tract. The court reserves the right to re
lect'anir and all bids.
By order of the County Court.
. . H. I. WHEJIUTY,
'. - County Clerk.
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