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Notice is hereby given, mat tne re
publican primary election will be held
In the city of Astoria, Clatsop county,
State of Oregon, on Saturday. April I,
10, for the purpose of electing 44 del
egates to the Republican County con
ventlon to be held In the City of As
toria, on Saturday. April , 1J04, for
the purpose of nominating candidates
ffir th various county offices to be
filled at the general election to be held
on Monday. June 6, 1904. The follow
ing Is the number of delegates, polling
places and Judges and clerks appoint
ed for said primary election:
Ward No. 1. Polling place. No.
two's engine house; Judges, J. Q,
Trulllnger, C. H. Stockton. James Ells-
worth: clerks, Jas. Hannaford. Chas.
Abercrombte 17 delegate
Ward No. t Polling place, Welch
office: Judres. Jas. W. Welch. Sam
Galllch. E. C. Foster; clerks. T. R
Davis, W. C. Curtis; 17 delegates.
Ward No. S. Polling place. W. F.
McGregor's office; Judges, Wm. Paint
er, I Agren and John Nordstrom;
clerks, W. P. O'Brien. Geo. Leeland;
O. a FULTON. Chairman.
C. 3. CURTIS. Secretary.
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Republican County Convention.
otlce Is hereby given, that a Re
publican County Convention for Clat
sop county, State of Oregon, will be
heid at the City of Astoria, on Satur
day, April 9. 1901, at the court house
at 10 o'clock a. m.. of said day, for the
purpose of nominating the following
ounty officers to be voted for at the
state election to be held on MonJay,
June 6, 1904, and electing 10 delegates
to attend the Republican state con
vention to be held at the city of Port
land, on Tuesday, April 12, 1904. and
10 delegates to the congressional con
One county clerk.
One county commissioner.
One school superintendent
Justices of the peace and constab
les In the various precincts.
The various precincts of the county
are entitled to one delegate at large
md one delegate for every 25 votes
'or fraction over of the votes cast for
F. L Dunbar for secretary of state, the
apportionment being as follows:
Astoria No. 1 17
Astoria No. 2 17
Astoria No. 3 10
John Day 3
New Astoria S
Warren ton 4
Toungs River 3
Knappa ' 3
West port 4
Elsie , 3
The committee recommends that the
primaries be held on Saturday, April
2, 1904. G. C. FULTON,
C. J. CURTIS, Secretary.
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Spokune, Wash., March 19. Spo
kane can have a new railroad, con
necting the city with the Canadian
Patlrto, within a year If she will do
nate the right of way Into the i-lty and
Suoh Is the statement of D. C Oor
bln, the well known capitalist, with
whom Hon. Cieorge Turner has been
working for more than a year past on
the project to build a mad from Spo
kane to some point In PriMali Colum
bia to" connect with the CimadlanPn-
clllc. Mr. Corbln has recently returned
from New York, and last evening gave
out the sbove statement The road. If
built, will give Spokane what she has
long needed, a competitive line, and
It Is believed will ultimately result In
giving Spokane shippers what they
have been refused by the merger
roads, tariff rates that are In accord
with the business of the city.
. Mr. Corbln says he cannot tell ex
actly how long It will take to build
the road, but he believed It would be
completed within a year. The length of
the line will be 140 to 145 miles, and It
will cost about $4,000,000. The pre
liminary surveys have been completed.
but a number of changes may be mpde
before the final location Is decided
The new road will run easterly from
Siokane to a point near Rathdrum.
Idaho. It Is likely to diverge there, but
the exact route Is not determined. It
will probably strike the Kootenai river
ot far from Bonner's ferry. The sur
ey as now made la along the Tank
river, a stream flowing Into the Koot
enai above Bonner's ferry. It follows
the Tnhk to the International boun
dary and will connect with the Can
adian Pacific at the boundary.
This is the road for which Judge
Turner drafted incorporation papers
over a year ago under the name of
the Spokane & Kootenai Railroad
Company. It is probable, however.
that a new company will be formed
and a new name selected, as the old
name hardly Indicates the 'scope of
the entirprlse. When the road Is com
pleted, through service will be given
from Spokane to St Paul unoer a
traffic arrangement with the Canadian
mlttee will go Into this phase of the
cas. It already has Its hands pretty
full. Hut the public clamor ugaiiiHt
the tnlsslonurU's Is nut doing the cause
of Mr. Smoot any good.
The committee has it Ho been appeal
ed to by other Moinion churches to
take action which shall result In Jus
tice to thorn, it seems that there are
several Mormon societies In different
parts of the country whose members
do not Mactlce polygamy and who
never did. These churches regard the
Utah organisation as apostates and
the Utah iople ah cordially hute the
other. Th-se monogamist Latter
).i Saints are as bitterly opposed to
Smoot sitting lu congress ns the Meth
odists or Presbyterians or any oth -r
Christian people uaild be. They want
Smoot unseated nud huve not beu "t
all Imckkward In mnkln their wishes
known to the commutes. Walter
Weltmnn In Chicago Record-Herald.
SMOOTS ONLY CHANCE
simply meana that we will not have
a member of the Mormon church In
concre, evn If he Is not a violator
of any law. This Is a delicate ques
tion; it Is a dangerous precedent to
establish, and it is extreme groun.1
which I do not believe a majority of
the senate will consent to occupy."
HIGH PRICES TUMBLE.
Shingle Men Unsbls to Msintsin Fig
Spokane. Wash.. March 1?.-The
Inland Shingle Agency Is apparently
a thing of the past. The agency was
composed of shingle manufacturer of
this city und was organised for the
purpose of cimi trolling the prices of
as the first contract lasted, which
was up to the Ix-Klmilng of the present
year, the agency was u success, but
when an effort wits made to sevure
a new contract for this year the troub
Some of the manufacturers were
in favor of a cut of 10 cents per lO'iO,
but others objected. The result Is
that the agency has fallen by the way
side and the manufacturers are mak
ing such prices as they see fit. The
Western Pine Shippers' Association
has had no trouble In getting all the
shingles needed to fill Its orders nt the
reduced price. Several attempts have
been made by the shingle men to get
together, but without avail.
Germans Forced to Retreat.
Berlin, March 19. Colonel I-ut-weln,
the governor of German South
west Africa, reports severe fighting i
there March 13. The Germans were J
forced tr retreat with the loss ofj
seven officers ni 19 men killed and
Notice is hereby given that I have
filed my final account aa administrator
of the estate of Anna Louise Adolph,
deceased, and that the county court of
Clatsop county, Oregon, has set Mon
day, the 28th day of March, 1904, at
the hour of 10 o'clock In the forenoon,
for the hearing of objections, If any
there be, to the approval of said ac
count and discharge of the administra
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Another aspec t of the Smoot case Is
now attracting considerable attention
in the committee. Members say that
among the great mass of correspond
ence that pours In upon them are let
ters from constituents telling of the
labors of Mormon missionaries In their
communities. Many of these letters
report that the missionaries devote
most of their energies to winning
young women proselytes. A member
of the committee says he has abetter
Informing him that a number of young
women have been added to the Mor
non contingent from a town near his
own home. The committee is urged
;o broaden the scope of its inifulry and
ascertain why the Mormon proselytes
ar so eager o gather in young women
recruits. It Is not probable the com-'
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Tnnd Office, Oregoi
City, Oregon, January It, 1904.
Notice is hereby given that in com
pi lance with the provisions of the act
of Congress of June 3, 1878. entitled
! "An act for the sale of Timber lands
i In the states of California. Oregon,
1 Nevada, and Washington Territory," as
.extended to all the Public Land States
by act of August 4, 1892,
Frank W. Gaffney,
of Edmore, county of Ramsey, state
of North Dakota, has this day filed In
this office his sworn statement No. (352
for the purchase of Lots 1, 2, 6, 7, and
8, of Section 3, In Township 4 N.,
Range No. 8 W., and will ofTer proof
to show that the land sought Is more
valuable for its timber or stone than
for agricultural purposes, and to es
tablish his claim to said land before
the Register and Receiver of this office
at Oregon City, Oregon, on Friday
the 13th day of April, 1904.
He names as witnesses: K. G. Sta
ples, of Portland, Oregon; W. J.I.
Petrle, of Portland, Oregon: C. C
Shepard, of Portland, Oregon; J, C
Pope, of Elsie, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely ths above-described lands are
requested to file their claims In this
office on or before said 15th day ofAprl
1904. ALGERNON S. DRESSER,
1-19 3-25 Register
ASTORIA RAVINGS BANK
At the close of Business, March 13, 1904.
Loans and Dl-
County Wsrrants 21.419.25
City Warrant. 15.1M.79
Furniture and Fixtures
Due from Banks 51,762.18
Cash on Hand 46.298,29
Capital Paid In
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25,109.88 Hubject to Check 39,0U8.81
Time Certificates 220,000.67
8,0f.47 Demand Certificates 11,113.15 fi,278.S3
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