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THE MORNING ASTORIAN. ASTORIA.
MONDAY, MARCH 5,
Published Daily by
THk J. S. DELLINGER COMPANY.
By mail, per year ....fi.OO
By mail, per month W
Bv carrier, per month Co
By mail, per year, in adraae.. 11.00
Entered m eex-ond-cU mtter June
SS. 190&. t the potrtofflf t Atorl. Orv
(tm, under Uie cl of Congress ol Murvh 3,
$y (Men for tim de4iwin of TBI Mom'
un veroui to e4tb rnudetooe or plac of
burtona navy made by poaUl oard or
through W bona. Any imjrukriijr in
lurry ihoukl tw nuwduOWy reported to the
office of pubUcAlkHL
TELEPHONE MAIN Mi.
contained in ic cream, twin bubi"
miomd by formuldehvde uwd to pr
M'fe milk, ami hundred of person
poi-om'il by liccr manufactured from
(jluivso, in the nmnui'iH'tmc of which
"iilpliuric acid imidt! from arsenic bear
ins; miiioial haa W,n lined. Hill like
that now pending in longrem lor (nib
'10 iiipti'liiu ami control of foods is ol
u'al importance in the prcenation of
Hie human family from the mercenary
and n'liM'ii'in'clcss makois of adulterant.-
Western Oregon and Weatorn
Eastern Oregon Snow, fol
lowed by fair.
Eastern Washington Gener
EASY TO BLACKEN.
A mi-siotmry from Rutland, N't., who
had hoard of the great wiikedne of
Louisville, Ky., sent the following re
ipiet to the postmaster of the home
"Send uie a list of the unsaved Men
and women of Louisville."
The postmaster in return forwarded a
city directory, saying that it contained
the names of SoO.OOO people who needed
regeneration and advising the pruner of
the vineyard to come at once with a
et of sharp knives.
The incident is typical of the view
taken by many evangelist of the moral
turpitude of certain communities. Give
a dog a bad name, etc. National humor
concerning the capacity of the average
Kentucky man for the consumption of
good whisky has led people in other sec
tions to believe that every Keutuckian
is addicted to the use of liquor. A a
matter of fact, local option law have
made more than half the counties of
the state prohibition, and the prohibi
tion party cast its larg.t vote there
Space writers and novelists have pic
tured Butte as an overgrown, abandon
ed frontier mining camp, and evangelists
have descended upon us with offer of
salvation. As a matter of fact, Ameri
cans are pretty much the same wher
ever you find them. There is vice and
crime in every large community in the
world. The average evangelist, like
him who has so kindly offered t re
generate Louisville, makes his nVt mis
take in generalization. liutte Inter'
The American Nation
Is Living Profligately
By JAMES J, HILL. Preilde nt of th dot Northern Kallwiy
II K nation at largo is prwtrou9. V uro cutting a wi.li
swath ; tliero is no doubt of tltut. If wo got down, however,
to a closer examination, we will romlilv see that the nation i
living PKOFI.K'iATKI.Y. Wo are wiling out our natural
resourotw- exploiting them tin fast as we without building up in
dustries and trade relations TO TAKE Til Kill PLACE when ex-
It is on! v a question of time till our timber i exhausted. Our pub
lic domain is all gone, and the. nation cannot longer boaat that U has
homes for all. Where are the immigrants rushing to our shores to end
up? Not on the land. WE HAVE NO MORE TO OFFEU
THEM. They must crowd into the cities.
NVHEN THIS NATION HAS 150.000.000 PEOPLE THEY WILL HAVE
TO DO SOMETHING ELSE THAN EXPLOIT NATURAL RESOURCES
TO EARN A LIVINQ.
NOW IN OUR NEW STORE
COR- BOND AND llth. STREET
WE ARE BUSY GETTING SETTLED BUI CAN FIND TIME TO
SHOW YOU HOW COMPLETE AND EXTENSIVE IS OUR STOCK OK
WALL PAPER, PAINTS, OIL, GLASS, MATTINGS, MOULDINGS, ETC.
COME IN AND SEE OUR NEW LOCATION AND LET US FIGURE
WITH YOU ON ANY WORK N OUR LINE.
B. F. Allen Son, taftitTA s,
And Remarriages pirst National Bank of Astoria, Ore.
""nu.ut v. tiKARwAim or new Tom ante Bar AMoclatlan
HE proportion of divorces to marriages and remarriages in
defiance of law is astounding and in indicative not onlj of
contempt for law, but of a DECADENCE AND DEGRA
DATION, lowering of standards and ideals, which Is de
pressing. The most disheartening feature of these collusive dirorce
and illegal remarriages is that by far the larger number of them are
among people who, by virtue of their standing and in deference to the
ancient and lofty maxim of noblesse oblige, SHOULD BE EX EM
PLARS to the less fortunate, but no idea of this character for one
moment influenoea their conduct.
Her tearless grief was sad to see.
We wondered why no tear? she shed.
"I'm glad I cannot weep," said she,
"For weeping make one's nose o red."
IT WAS INEVITABLE.
The Portland-Seattle road goes into
the former city over it? chosen route
despite the objections of its rivals. This
is u it should be, and the vote of the
Chamber of Commerce there, 200 to 2,
in favor of conceding the bridge fran
chL-e, h a direct blow to the dominance
of the rule of corporate power in Tort
land, the vital source of all opposition,
not only at Portland but all over the
state. It has become a proved) that
Portland is absolutely governed by the
transportation concerns centering there,
end this single rebuff is a cheerful sign
of rebellion that will help to disprove
the compromising story of her submis
sion to this power, if it shall follow
ed closely by another act confirmatory
and conclusive. The Hill lines are just
as valuable to Portland as the Harriman
lines, and are entitled to the same scope
of concession and consideration, and i
they are to get it, and the city shall
re'ease herself from the thrall of the
one line that has practically controlled
het for years past, therv is hope that; two colleges make one university.-
the lesser communities of the state,
tributary to its metropolis, may receive
direct and immediate- benefit by r ason
of the release from this selfish and pre
Announcements of candidates
for office will be published ia
this column at reasonable rates
for men of all parties.
The President shoveled coal under
boilers of the battleship NVest Virginia
a few days ago. He has al-o started
a bri-k fire under a NVest Virginia Sena
tor. Kansas City Star.
An int resting and significant feature
of the President's me-sage is to be
found in the wreful, almost ostenta
tious, industry with which it ignores
Venezuela. Washington ivt.
A m-w educational table of ucights
and niasures: One high school make
two rsl; four fna!s make one colloge;
SUCCESSION OF DEPUTIES.
It is getting to be quite a political
cult nowadays to assume the justice of
the claim that a chi -f deputy in a pub
lic office is the one, logical successor of
his principal. There aie many extel
lent reasons for the maintenance of such
theory, among them the adnfini-trative
equipment of the deputy, his extended
acquaintance with the clientelle, the
methods, the data, the scope of the
office, and of its authority and respon
sibility; and his familiarity with de
tails, people, accounts, dates and other
elements of the UiMne-s done there.
This is all plain and rei-onablc, but it
lacks the essential of "popular choice"
and the freedom of the appointive func
tion, etc., and has the tendency toward
rotation in office that is not in aceord
with republican institutions. It is a
question as old as the hill-, and is re
vived periodically, and perhaps will
never be. laid, until an amended pri
mary law shall intervene to finish it as
a pretended rule of pnlith-a! action. The
good, and capable, ciiiz-n should meet
no barriers in hi n-pha' ion to hold
office, an 1 lie, probably, never will meet
KILLED BY GREED.
The murder annually of a long list of
Innocent people is resultant from the
sale of adulterated foods. In one month
recently, the following deaths were re
ported: Four persons from eating toa 1
stools mixed with mushroom0, three
poisoned by candy, three by wood al
cohol contained in lemon extract, and
many by the same substance in whisky;
our infected by typhoid fever germs
Charh-ton Xew s and Courier.
"How do college d-r es benefit
I hey vary t tie monotony, answerv-
the scoirer, by enabling liirn to wear in
i'ials after hi, name iiistcad of be
fore." Philadelphia Ledger.
Republicans of Oregon ire hereby
informed that I am a candidate for the
nomination of Governor at the prim
aries to be held April 20th
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the office of Secretary of State,
and ask the support of all Republi
cans. F. T. NVRIOHTMAN.
FOR STATE PRINTER.
The undersigned announces himself as
a Republican candidate for renoraina-
tion for State Printer, subject to the
decision of the Republican voters at the
primary election, April 20.
Now serving first term. The same
courtesy that has been accorded to State
officers generally, that of a renomina
tion, would be greatly appreciated.
j. R. WHITNEY.
FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC
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Sherman Transier Co.
(HENRY HHKKMAN. Mm.ier
Hacks, Carriages Baggage Checked And Transferred Trur k anil Kur
niturc Wagons Tianos Moved, Honed and Shipped.
433 Commercial Street
Phone Main 121
J. Q. A. BOWIJIY, President.
0. I. PETERSON, Vl-Preild.nt
FRANK PATTON, Cashier.
J. NV. GARNER, AwUUnt Chl.r.
47 SUrk St., Portland Or.
! It '
Astoria Savings Bank
Capital Puld In loo,0on, Burpiui and I'ndlvMod I'n.nu LTMTO.
TrtliwcU a (jnirml Hanking ilualnra. Inlrrr.l t'atti uu Time ImjIU.
od Tenth 8trt,
tr. C. GEE WO
oriM-rlv locnted ,
AMer Street; for the !
oust five ycum.HA VK j
SloVl'.I) into the
In riff brick buihliiiUi
at the MiMitb-filHt cor- '
ner of Firm 'ind Morrison Street. En- I
trance No. 102 I runt Kt.
'Why eouldn't Oorge NVashington
tell a lie at th- eherrv tree';" a-ked the
''Because," answered answered his
father, who is a rough and irreverent
man. ''he was caught with -the goods."
English Guide The echo 'ere in these
mountains is very fine, sir.
"Tourist (after shouting "Hello!")
Well, there is an echo, but it isn't in
English Guide You don't understand
the language, sir. These are Welsh
mountains v'know. Cleveland Leader,
"To be entirely frank," said his criti
cal friend, "I don't like vour editorial
'What's the matter with if;" demand
ed the edior of the Daily Bread, great
"You er don't run enough reprint
on it." Chicago Tribune.
' lie -res h man," said Philips, "who
makes n piactice of smoothing over the
defects i,f poor humanity."
"He has n rather h.iid-looking face."
said Firm--. "What's his l,ii-irie-s?''
'He's a poeiety photographer."
Cleveland Plain D-aler.
Invaluable for Rheumatism. . .
I lane been suffering for the past
few years with a severe attack of
rheumatism and found that Ballard's
Snow Liniment was the only thing that,
gave me satisfaction and tended to al
leviate my pains. March 24, '02. John C.
Degnan, Kinsman, Ills. 25c 50c and
$1.00. Sold by Hart's drug store.
I hereby announce mvself an a pan
didate for renomination for the office SllCCCSSfUl HOlTie Treatment i
of Superintendent of Public Inntruc- KE wo i known throughout the i
, .... t. . , Cnll. glHt. o. L .ullct t!.,. i,r., f,mes '
tion, and solicit the aupport of all Re-1 l-ur on account of hi. woi it. rfui rum i
publicans at the primariea, April 20th. , orTno VinJ.
J H ACKFRMAV Hn(1 'n-a"' with iwerful orlenui
n.i-.JV.UA.. , ),erh, hark. nnl vietahli., tht are no
j known to melienl m-Uno- !n h',i country,'
. . and throuuh theuwuf thew. hrn,l.- rem-i
FOR ATTORNEY-GENERAL. ; '"' hi)KUurnt.n to cure !
TTie undersigned hereby announcea Catarrh, Aithmi, Lung Trouble, Rhtumtiim. i
himelf as a candidate for re-election "'n.0MM,t'. S.,."?!ch'. llvtT KWnty- Fm1 I
wMnntM ana an enrome u tutes.
to the orlice of Attorney-General, aub- 'ttM or write, endoninic -c-nt tmi for
! , ii. .. t -r ii- mailing dook and clreuinr. Addn-M,
ject to the approval of Republican Tht C 0 Woo Chlnm Mtdkini C..
No. 161 :i fiat St, S.E. Cor. Morrlwn.
Mention thin Portland Oregon.
That AI! Important Bath Room
Vou have often hcird jop!c remark "If 1 were
ever to (mild, I would" plan
my hath room fun anJ would not
all my money into the parlor with all
it finery." Tint is good common iene
wntimcnt, br the hath room !i the iuit
Inipjnunt of .i the hoinehohl.
NAV woulil lilc to
htr rciti ai i v.
i-'r oi "tati(tl NV.irc, the lest
help you p!n your
f!jil!y quote you
I A Mnntn'nmarv ActnriA .h
ASTORIA IRON WORKS
JOHN FOX, Pre, nnd Kuyt.
F L niSHOP. Hecretiiry
A. h. FOX, VicoProA.
ASTORIA SAVINGS HANK, Treas
votera at the primaries.
A. M. CRAWFORD,
is one of woman's worst afflictions. It always leaves
you weaker, and is sure to shorten your life and make
your beauty fade. To stop pain take Wine of Cardui and
it will help to relieve your misery, regulate your func
tions, make you well, beautiful and strong. It is a re
' liable remedy for dragging down pains, backache, head
ache, nervousness, irritability, sleeplessness, dizziness,
fainting spells, and similar troubles. A safe and efficient
medicine for all women's pains and sickness.
Mrs. J. L. Broadhead of Cianton, Ala. writes; "I have
used Cardui for my disease, which was one peculiar to
women, and it has completely cured me."
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