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THE MORNIiNG ASIORIAN. SUNDAY, JUNE I. UKl2
THE WINNING TICKET TO-MORROW
1 THE INTTUEST OF ALL
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STATE! REPUBLICAN TICKET.
For Congress ,
i j. n. Williamson.
'. For Governor
W. J. FURNISH
For Supreme Judge
R. S. BEAU.
For Secretary of State
F. I. DUNBAR.
C. S. MOORE.
A. M. CRAWFORD.
For "State Printer
t J. R. WHITNEY.
For Supt Public Instruction
J. H. ACKBRMAN.
COUNTT REPUBLICAN TICKET.
! C. W. FULTON.
C. W. CARNAHAN.
i J. H .D. GRAY.
1 C. C. CLARKH.
f ' , Sheriff
J. C. CLINTON.
CHAS. A. HEILBORN.
T. S. CORNELIUS.
R. C. F. ASTBURT.
' W. C. A. POHL.
C. B. FOSTER.
Justice of the Peace.
I! P. J. GOODMAN.
Tho Astonan this morning presents
its readers with pictures of most of
the Republican candidates to be voted
upon tomorrow. A short biographical
ketch Is also given of most of them.
Neither are their facts or their history
apainst them. All oi! them have been
In .Oregon long enough to have made
a record which warranted their party
to place them before the people with
expectation 'hat they would be able to
stand 'the crucial test ot a political
campaign. This means that if there
was anything against either of them
that it would be brought out. In look
ing over the sketches of the various
candidates it Is astonishing lo find
that in a comparatively new country
like this, where immigrants are con
stantly coming into the country, that
many of the candidates are native born
Oregonians ,and several even natives
of Clatsop county: and all have livid
in t'lw state so long 'that they have the
Interest of the state thoroughly at
The Republican party has been aiv
ful and lucky in its selection. Not one
man on the ticket from congressman
tj constable has ever done anything
that the people can censure him for.
All are men of intelligence, honesty,
industry and thrift. No voter, be his
politics whatever they may, need hes
itate to vote for ?he ticket and may do
so with the utmost confidence that if
elected, tha Republican candidates will
give a clean administration. They not
only have their county and state at
heart, but they have the party of the
nation t their backs, ready to endorse
them and assist Uiem in keeping this
seotlon in tho font and above the as
auiu of the party against expansion,
CLATSOP COUNTYS CHOICE
the party whose attacks upon the gov
ernment policy in the Philippines
strikes a harder blow at Oregon and
the counties and cities and towns of
Wesurn Oregon fJ-.an has ever been
struck before since 11 caused the terri
ble panto of 1S3.
A brief mention of the candidates
wh.un the lioi'iiMi-"' party submit to
the vo'..rs in ,'latsop County tomor
row is not out of place here. There 19
no hoie on the part of the opposition
to lef.Mt a majority of the candidates
(or sta-c olli v. The main fight Is be
In made on congressmen. the governor
and the senatorial, 'egislalive, county
and even precinct offices. Bean, for
supreme judge. Dunbar for secretary
of state. M ore for state .treasurer,
Whitney for state printer and Acker
man for superintendent of public In
struction are not attacked seriously.
AH of the. except our own F. I. Dun
bar are left out of this write-up. As a
matter of local pride his picture is
given and a short sketch just to please
his friends, who constitute the entire
citizenship of -.he county, irrespective
of polities. Congressman comes flint
on the ticket and for this office the
C HAS. A. HKILKOItX
Republicans submit the name of
J. X. WILLIAMSON,
to fx voted on for that office. Mr.
Williamson hails from Crook county.
He was bom in Lane county. Oregon,
in 1S55. He came from German de
scent. i'ssed with Scotch-lH.th. He
tii-idtc" the Willamette l.'uivert.'y.
an I will a varied experience In rn-h-ing
1 1 finally settle! in Cronk county
whtro he has made a success as a
rant fur. He served the people cf
Old- a;i sheriff, representative in the
lower h.u n ni the legislature an as
ftit: sera. or T o make a long noiy
short. Mr. Williamson has always
proven himself to be a faithful ser
vant nl fu people and has especially
looked after the Interest of the poor.
This Chun In Oregon may expect him to
stand by their interests when he goes
to Congress where tw is cerain to so as
his election is assured. He has an In
teresting family whom he much adores
and is thoroughly identified with home
interests of his native state.
The next rmme on the ticket whom
we Bhall mention Is no stranger to the
people of Clatsop county. His name is
F. I. DUNBAR.
He is a candidate for re-election t
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the office of Secretary of State. He
was born at se on board American
'ship Matapan. of which his father, W.
Jm. Dunbar, was captain ,ln Septem
jber, ISfitV His ho;nc was Hruston,
; Mas.1, t Kducated in iot)mon schH of
Itrooklvn. N. Y. Knteivd employment
o! flwrgi' l.ruce, haniware dealer at
thu ago of l"i anl mlsvd to chief sales
man. Came to Astorln dlrtvt from
Unwklyn In March, iss; and entcrWI
employ of A. V. Alton's giivery store.
WVti elected Ill's t ivcordcr ot Clatsop
county In IStHt, waa re-ctcted in lsw.
In ISM he succeeded Tn-nchir-l as
clerk. Mai .'ted In Sea Vile. August R
'9S to Miss Lilian Crosby, daughter of
the late Capt, Alftvd Crosby. Ills ad
vancement to tho office of secretary if
statu followed wiih all oi which the
people of Clats' county are fmiliai
He will s" almost the unanimous vote
o.' the county.
Tha next candidate is also well
known In Clatsop county. His name Is
CHARLEfl V. FULTON.
He is a candidate for the state sen
ate. It Is unnecessary to Introduce
him to the cltliens of Clatsop county.
He is known tu every cltin and re-
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spected by all. Perhaps no man in the
state of Oregon Is better " -t more
favorably known than Is he. For
nearly 25 years ho has resided in As
toria. All that he possesses is fwre,
all of his interests are In Clatsop coun
ty. He stands at the head of hts pro
fession in this state. He Is one of the
finest orators In all Oregon. He Is at
all Umya a plain, honeest and con
scientious man, loved by Ms friends
and respected by his enimie-s. He is
acknowledged to be one of the very
ablest men In hii state, either on the
stump, at the bar, or socially among
his friends. He 'has no use for riches,
and is appiYKVihabla alike to the poor
at well as the rich.
Tha peoplo of Clatsop county, with
out political distinction desire his
election to the United Slates Senate.
He Is strictly the candidate if the peo
ple, and unlesj some unforseen cent
changes the usual course, ot events,
Clatsop county will be represented in
the sena'e of ,he ITuited States, and
that by a man who would be a credit
It. V. V. AHTBUKV
to anv sta'e In the union, Inferior In
ability to none, and one vho would
serve his constituents faithfully,
honestly and veil.
Then comes the gentlemen who will
assist Mr. Fulton In protecting Clat
sop's interests at the state capltoi.
These are the Republican nominees
for the legislature. They are both fa
miliarly known In tho county.
MR. 0. W. CARNAHAN
one of the candidates, was born in
Clatsop County In 1878. He was elect
ed assessor of the county in 1S90, re
elected in WM with more than 800 ma
jority, and In 1900 he was re-elected
again with the largest majority of any
candidate on the ticket. He is a char
ter member of the Astoria Progressive
Commercial Association (Push Club),
and was chairman of the committee
on roads of this Institution, and also
chairman of the agricultural commit
tee from the time of the organization
of the club, until he was elected presi
dent of the club, which position he still
holds. He Is an ardent advocate of
fish legislation and good roads. He 4s
probably one of the best posted men
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on the needs of the county t present I his old himeled and It has been I In IK5 uud 147, In WRR lie went with
that resides In the county. Mr. Car-' named In his honor. In Astoria he j his father. W. H, tlrny, to Fniser Hlv
nahan will doubtless be elected In spite has served tho city satisfactorily us er; returned to Oregon In I Kill. In is2
of the fact that scurrilous at's k has t ll.v councilman for two terms, lie Is he engaged In stcamboatlng on the Co.
. lumlitrt and Hiuke Itlver from the
Cascade)! to Holse, hut linwt of the Him1
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been made against him by the enemy,
Mlt. A. SCHBIiNHCKAl".
the other candidate for the leglshitui-e,
Is also well known In CI.usui I'oui.ty.
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He is a native of Holsteln, Germany;
was born December 25, 1837, and tame
to America In 1857. He enlisted with
Uncle Ham's army In the bitter sixties
and fought for the coutnry through
that struggle. Ho came to Oregon in
18S9 and settled In Eastern Oregon. He
was a pioneer of the country and since
he came to Astoria whinh event took
place In 1889, a town has been rulit on
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fpresiden f itt tAmiinerclal Club, row
starving his second term, and is a pro ii-
Iivnt member of the IS. A. It, lie Is !
on o,' th- most sulut intlal itl.,:in
of Clatsop county and will properly ;
rep resent the county when he goes to
JUDOH J. H. D. ORAf ,
candidate for county Judge, was lsrn
at Iapoal, Idaho, then Oregon, March
20, 1K39, came to Clatsop County in
1846, attended private and public
! school and the Forest urove Academy
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to l.i-w In. hi, until ISflH. when Ho re
turned b A H iil. wllel'i lie has Mil n
In 1 StiS he established a line of
j tcmei'it to Forts Stevens,. iMiiby and
j llwtn'o, unit cotulmied to maniigi! ttiem
! until issti In IS.:, while In Hnlem itt-
tenilliii! to prlVHtii business pcrnre in
Is'trlslnture, h saw tlmt the dltTerent
eounthvi In the statu wero asking the
t.eglslMuiM fo.' apprtiprlntlons froiu
;ho stiiite Internal bnin'ovement fund.
.'Ititsup t oiinty'ti delegation had over
looked this nmtlor. until tie culled
helr Htti'lWIon It, hit" l the Session.
Ily hln siyltK for the prvpsrntlun of
a bill It w.ts Introduced and b.v speclrtl
Uld of his frnds. an approprlaHon of
j ',y.0W 0e (xtr a ikbiI from Asloi ln to
I Forest tlrovu w1 secured. He was
elected u member of she tlrst City
I ;nmtt nud ws i prominent In securing
:h" ll'St sfvet to I'pper Astorl.,
In ISH.I. Judgu C.my was electwl
tlatv Senator from Clatsop, t'oluinlila
and Tiltamsik Countb. This dlslilet
i tiiomas i.iNVii i r.
had loiiK Iwen short of proMr ivpre
' sentallci In the Oregon Is-glslalnre,
'and not withstanding strenuous uppo
I sitlon by thu leaders of hts party can
'rus, h i finally tilrlulned a rwiplrUoii.
jmeni of tho sial" nd secured for
iClttp County onu Menalor and two
ltepies,ntitlvi'. whlli lafore we had
'only on-tlilnl n HenVor and one. half
j :i Kept-s'nttlve.
In Its.'., while sitli n Heimto.'. be. as
chilrm in ..' a i-ond caucus, with the
asslsUlltv o' ou: niemlNTrt. Secured
jjuniw fo.' ciutNoi tNmiity ror the Nchu
jUm road from Astorln to the Columbia
j County line, near Vesper. Since that
jtlme, as County Judge, his recent pub
lished re'oiil na fhown what tie has
lat'cuinplt'hrd. He hii nlwsys been
'fordiiott In Improving roads and
sir -Os, In building dis ks, simile l mnl
Ihii'htm an I otlii-r public linprovements.
The pu'illc will unilmiliteiily isk what
Is tlv re i.d of his i ppoiicnt for Coun
ty Ju Ige ,ii the ismilng e.ei llon?
C. c, ( I.AttKK,
Ml'. C. C Chirke, oi" Kinside, is the
nominee for County Commlliin ., Mr.
i 'In li e Is enueged III the lofrglng lni-1-
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T. M. COItSKLII S
ness and o.her Interests. He owns ft I
luge line und has been In charge f j
i loll road for some time. He Is a sue- j
censful business man in every purlieu- i
lar and Is also a practical man, Just 1
sin-'v as' Is needed In the County Com-
mlslvr's ofllce of Clatsop County.
He ha:i llv.'d in the county for a mini- 1
ber of y.'ar i, Is a man vvMh a lovely
family and one that desi rves the elec- ;
tlcn to the ofllce to which his friends j
havi noml.iatil him. !
llig-hU'tfd, big Tom I,nivllle Is be- j
foru thi people for lu-elecllon lo .the j
Sheriff's ofllce. If Tom Lmvllle Is not
elected by a largo majority there will
bo a great surpriie to the people of
Clatsop. Thre Is no cf mpaitlKon lie
twj:'S him aind his opponent for fitness
to thj ofll.'e. Tom Llnvllle Is every
Inch a sheriff, He Is every Inch a man
and he contallns several Inches of cubit
mea.cire. His picture Is one of the
smallest among the collection, but he Is
the larg'.nt by several pounds. He
weighs 60 pounds and there is not a
surplus ounce about him. He is ex
actly fitted in every way for the posl-
Hen lii which he tmplres, Mr, Llnvllln
was horn In the slate of Missouri lit
Mil cifbe lo Oniron In C7K Mild cam
to Atorlii In ISJ where h Ims sltii"
ivldi'd. Ho was appointed lllSietor
f customs under the llarrlsoii ndmlii
iHlratlnti. pi'llie oltlivr under
Chiefs Twoinlcy and Isiiigliery; was
stivel supeiliiteii.l.nl In IsfH by ap
pointment to nil it vininiy and wits
fleeted next term to till ''' position;
whs appointed KlwrllT to llll the till -eM'tied
term of J. W, WHIIhijis, who
tt IS llllled and then elected lo tile of.
(lee ttt the following eleclloil and now
seeks it second lei'in. lie was mar
ried to Miss lOinmii Carlson I" l- 'l
a. s( iir.itsiu K.r
has lw tovelv children Tom IJnclllo
II noi only the man for ili-riff, ' will
' I lei'ted.
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! J. C. Clinton, the nonnn-e for county
clerk, is it nuthe of Asuirlii. Oi'Koil
ilte has lived here all f ll Hf"
'received his rducnlloll HI I he Astoria
'school, lie Is a thorough Asu.rlan
and Clntsop Cotniiy man lie was tsirn
till MI, lie llrst rllleied liUsllle" !,!
lelg'tr and confectionary dMler. Aftei
; following Mils l'U"tness fur a number
utf yi-ai " lie was elei It d lt'Corder of
ICIuteop Ciiuntv. which i--iilon till
"d f r 1 m; two yeais, when the niflist
was abolished by the legislature. He
jWas apHilnled depuiy imitity clerk two
j years ago and 'n inl lime ha.', Dior-
oiiglily famlllai'lr' il li'ni.rlf He'
(dullr of the ofllce. J. C. Cllnlon Is
j i Ir' man.
i CIIAKI.IM IIKII.IIOItN.
I This young g-n ' in,, caill
date for i-uin'y tr'as'iix-r. Hn Is nil -other
native OregonNtn and came to
' Astoria when only a ye r old. Me Is
the youngest nindM.ite on the ticket
' He Is the young Republicans' candi
date and the old ones hit Interest' l
' 'US', ns llllleh to fee hllll succeed. Ml',
llellloni's fatehr Is one of the oldest
furniture d-n'ers In Asiorli and he be.
WW. A. I'OIIL
came associated wllh his falher when
he was only IK years old and has
since continued r!n the business. While
he Is only 27 years old he has already
proved himself to be a careful and suc
cessful business nan and thoroughly
honest, and for his excellent qualifica
tion the Republicans gave him the
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