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TIIK MOKNL(i ASTOKIAX. ASTOK1A. OMKJON.
TUF.SDAY, FEBRUARY 0, l0o,
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TELEPhONE MAIN 661.
When 1 ln new .l;iiiiiir'. muliii-.si.loi
uiiike-. hit Niw ill tin' White II.mim' h.'
will In' iH'iHinijiiJuii'.l by 11 wonuti lc
will rt'peiil j-l i-iinl to llie Vni. l imn
lover of romance, She- luloiii: to :in
1 1 -t .hi : t i. to'lioiin t :l mil V ull.l hit - been
!iw wile tor 111010 th.m t!iiil W';l
Vic -uln'rcl .vi.il ol i.. i-tu in hoi nun
. oiiniry lor iH-iiiiT iiiaiii.il to an III ten
l.il. Hit t.ilh.r :!. a niinoi coin! olti,
i.il in l'H iliii lion liu' vonti Yi.outit
I ".Is .111 iimli'i ivict.n ol the 'if
a'H-o li'jition. "Hie nun 1 i.i:;o the
ir-nlt of oi. Imt I lie Iron I'liniirellor
t . -1 ; t -. i ! ( lot hoi ho ii'n'iNol al ionil
niul (lie vHi'oiml i.i- ivialle.l to loklo
He U now I'lo-c (11 (hi' riiix'ini ,'inl on'
of the tnol itltliienll.il t.lteinell ill t in'
k'.n.loin, III the Ainei iian capital I iie
Ntsnintess need hal o no anvielv .ilnt
the iiiaillier of her nvvtion. !ul it will
1h iiiii'ie-lin to note the .Utitiul.' of I ho
ilei'Miatiy i iiiIm--n t ill" - New Yoik
lilili-ojiil dark. The railioiid truck i
Ihe iopei plaee for (lion' liejitini; -peed
cnutiotN, which. 011 a puldie hiyhwiiy aie
mole iii;e-,(n,. ,i a loeoinolne inn
looe than anv thiiijj e!c.
leionie K, leioine a he think-Vmiii.iiii-
.iiv oieilisl with hmiioi' rath
it than that tliev hae lo-t th- -iihtli'
en-e o it, and at ti il'titc 11 to I lie
comic -iil'i'lenieiil of the Sun, In pa pel -Thai
nni-l k tn, of Mi. .l(-ioine oke..
the id, a of liiimor in the utalt.i he turn
Afflicted With Rheumatism.
"I wu and mil vol niriieted with
iheniiiiiti-tn," nya Mr. .1. ('. Itaynt,
editor of the IliTiild, Aildiilloii, lndiilli
t'erritoi v. "tml tliniikH to ('linmlu'rlninV
Pain llahn 11 in nhle oniv moiv to nttend
to hiiine. It in the bent of lini
ment." If troiihled wiih 1 hi'iinnil ini
e.Ue Pain Haltn a trial mid vmi nri err
tain to he more than plea-ed nil It the
prompt lelief which it alTordn. One wp
pliention relieve the pain. For sale
ly lTiink Halt nnd leadinx di ui"!.
The Morning Antoilan, Mo a month
The True Mission of
j.ncitv i-. e.ll,il
luiwl the uiil". Inn
hard on t iie upper-.
W'e-teni thooti and WV-teni
Washington - SliowiT- alotm the
eo.i -t : proh.ildy 'imiri . interior.
K.itern ( ii eon - Fair.
Ka-tern W"a-iiini;lo!i ( hmuy
'ohn W . liates i -aid lo hav e
1 milder for having -pok. 11 (
I'tildie. a-hinton Mar.
Portland i- nuking a h 't and re-o
lute fieht for cheaper jza. She ha
ample ground for the encounter and
there is not a city on the em-t that does
not vW-h her a happy i--ue from the
contract. Kvery other metropolis in the
countiy has had, ur i- having, ju-t -m h
a battle, and the victoria - have Iw-eii uni
formly with the cities. The American
people are growing very weary of the bon
dage that has Leer, impo-ed l.y the mono
polistic provid-rs of common essentials,
and are 'waking up" to the real extent
of the con-traints and burdens th-y
have labored under for year-. Thev do
not begrudge a haiid-oiiie prutit to th-i.-c
that ri-k thousands and millions in th-estahli-liment
of the nn-at u'iliu'f-;
they arc naturally e.-rn rou- in this iinc
but the expo-un- of the j-t twy ' ears, j
of the system of f-aiful fraud- O.r.il
have been j-racti-i-.J upon in th?
way of rates, an 1 tic magnitu.k' of th'
profits they have 1 en ,ayiii-' ii:t the
qua-i-puhli" ir a-'ir-s of t! e land, ha-arou-ed
a spirit of oppo-i? ion tiiat will
nt down until the nil"! of ...f- and hon
est bu-ilie-s -hall have .pi-i-vi,eil.
Tammany is w..r..l lin wheiii.-r po
iitical Indians are doomed to evleimin.i
lion with the r,-t. Washington Mar.
All tli.'t the ! 1 -ult-iit wants 1, i.i:
e-,lhlt..ll til.lt Will rei.-lll.lll' l.lt.'s. Ill.it
-eenis icisonal 1 Philadelphia liiijuii
rty Profor JAMh T. OUNC. Unlvtrtlty of Ptnniylvinli
T is luu'i time to nwuo tlu tonit '('OMMKHCIAI. TRAIN-
lt!" front tlio wil rtptitf into which it has fullt-n by roumm
of tlu iilm-H-i praftiivil in ovrtuin "btisim(is collogt-H" ami
"aomii'mieii." In tho iiiiinls of mont jx-rsnnn industrial nnd
cominon-iiil education iiu'itn- 11 six months' courso in businrss, arith
luetic nnd advan.vd spfllinjj. ttp-tlur with n judicious admixturo of
t!io oloments of Monoirrjhy. Still others udmit the ncocaaity of uni
versity ootires in biisiiu-ss subjects, but assign to Mich courses the placet
of A MKUK Al'l'KNDAtlK to the usual curriculum.
In sharp contrast to these views commercial training should b
given recognition as a complete. indejK'ndeiit ami CO OKDINATK
system t education, particularly in our universities, and should rank
fijualiv with other complete courses of instruction.
THE OLD CLASSICAL CURRICULUM MAY ALWAYS BE IN DE
MAND, BUT THE VAST NUMBER OF YOUNG MEN WHO HAVE
NOW SET THEIR FACES TOWARD THE UNIVERSITY REQUIRE
FROM IT A TRAINING IN EFFICIENCY AS WELL AS CULTURE.
NOW IN OUR NEW STORE
COR- BOND AND llth. STREET
WE ARE BUSY GETTING SETTLED BUI CAN FIND TIME TO
SHOW VOU HOW COMPLETE AND EXTENSIVE IS OUR STOCK OF
WALL TAPER, 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, s,
First National Bank of Astoria, Ore.
ir.STAIU.INI 1 1 1 shii.
If theie's anything you want to !ui
put to -hep uick. -end it down t.
Xiiiv,- Teller, the Senate. Wj-hini-toii
D. (..-Chi. a-o Kci-rd lb raid.
r1iieai:o boast- of ltiu murder- la-t
vc.ir the largest nunilier cut kno,i
in any city of c.pial size anywhere
throughout the world. l!-toii Clobe.
Let all adulter, it ions be brand.-.!
Then if coal tar. borax and aniline dye
are -o healthful, tin- consumer can "!
thou sti-aiyht from th..- paint -hop.
A I'V'roit pap.-r .111; da ins that Sena
tor F"ll. t'-'s feet d 1 not reach the
floor "ii'-u he -it- in hi- Senate chair.
Send him a foot re-t . M.-mphis I o:n
Capital and Surplus $100,000
Sherman Transfer Co.
Place In the HomeiMacks' Carri"rs-,,aKKaKP(,ni-i'iTfat.sfcrfcii--TiHiii
J nntirc Wajjons Pianos Movol, lE,.xrl and sluj j c.l.
433 Commercial Street! Phone Main 121
. mill l".:r
CANDIDATES AB LIBITUM.
One of the 'troiiL' f-aUii". of tr- new
direct jiriinary law is its utility in
affording an opportunity for vhu-o-er
will to before tin- jM-oph' and find
Out ju-t how he -tand- ill the public
eye. Heretofore thj, pliih-e has be,-n
circunis'iibcd within tic- meagre limits
of the party convention and the aspir
ant turned down there had no alterna
tive from the edict of the delegations
acting in concert. Now. the man who
desires to serve the people may find out
whether they an- as anxiou- for hi
serviee as he is to r-nder it, and tie;
process, carried to its fulle-t po-sdbility.
may give him the dual honoc of popular
nomination and el-clion. conclusions
peculiarly appreciable the-c day-. Fail
ure at the primaries may superinduce
a bad lit of the grouch, but the limita
tions of the grouelier are apparent in
the impossibility of naming the men
who defeated him and -paring a ho-t
of people the reproaches that, of old
accompanied the rejnil.-e. If the new
law did nothing else than eliminate this
phase of the bu-ine-s. it were a "iod-K-nd
to all hand-. And. -peaking of can
didate-, there are but veiy few people
who irali.e tin; va-t number of ambit
ious folks who will invoke the 'popular
choice'' on the 2mh of next month, and
will not. until they -hall cii-t their eye
along the interminable list adorning
the primary ballot. The election hallo,
will look as -iniple us a half-used meal
ticket iu eonipari-oii with the initial
roster of oflice seekers. Creat centers
like. Portland and Multnomah county
will, of necessity, put forth something
extraordinary in this line, and the vot
ei' there must be well informed indeed
who shall scan and vote his nominating
ticket in any sort of time permis.sable to
the business man whose moments mean
Wing Yo! ought t.
offer- all the comforts
WV.jg-Th.it isn't t
mg in marr;."!.
phi.i I'.ecoi 1.
join ..ur club. !t
I- kind I'm h.ok
o'l know. Phila-
' 1 ;i-r-- ;ii
cur. i iv w.'-.o oughf t
-W.-!l. ef. aji!.i,t
'f the life in-ill. it:,
to eight i' - il .--i
Ocinei -Jounj. .
f -t.lte-lllen III (ill-
for the adoption
plan - having -k
n'. l.oni-s il'e
By Kv. C CALVtHT J MOOT of au rrtnciico
VKRY normal vuiing man Hiiticijuitcs niarrving a wife, rear
Rfi a family ami KSTAHI.IS11IN( A 1IOMK. Ami we
have arrive! at such an ape of enlightenment that not only
may a young man have the absolute ehoo-ing of his own
wife, but the young woman herself has some little to say regarding her
choice of a husband, though even in the United States she has not yet
attained to that DKGREK of freedom in the matter that will be hers
as the world rgresses. The word "obey" in thr marriage service and
the giving away of the daughter by the parents an- relics of the bar
barous time when a young woman had nothing to do with Iht marriage
but to acquiesce in the arrangements MADK l'()K J IKK HY
A young man who chooses a wife who docs not understand the
duties of domestic life is making a mistake, and that a woman is not al
ways versed in these matters is often because ..iue.-tie her vice is not
regarded as honorable as other service, and until it i- taught in the
schools as a vocation, until it is confined t regular hour-, and tho-c
following it are KEJ AKDKD AS HIMAN HKIXCS, with rights
as imperative as the rights of the followers of any other vocation, mis
takes will continue to be made. A young woman -hoiild ;.id her hm
band to sttect-ed in life and should have the p.. sense t understand
how to aeeompHih this and not to feel called upon to write a book when
the hoii.-o -li.i'.'id be kept in order and home duties discharged.
SHE SHOULD HAVE A CORRECT COMPREHENSION OF THE
PROBLEMS OF L'FE AND THE ETERNAL FITNESS OF THINGS.
J. Q. A. H0WL1IY, I'renldtnt.
O. I. I'KTKILSON, Vie I'rMldrnt.
fit AN K PATTON, Chirr.
J. W. iAHNI.lt, A.lUnt C.bUr.
Astoria Savings Bank
Capital fld In IKW.OOf, Htirplu mot Cn.lh Id.l I'ronu W.ur,
Twiium-u (JnirrHl Hanklu lluln... Int.-r.-.t I sl.l on Time DrH.lu,
; i s ii -. "
io ." -aid little .erg-ant -at
u- got to go out. vi- know."
"So." -aid t a-c, ; "I'll not go oil
til. -- lor.-.- no- again mv win. an e
an't do ti,a I'm w illin'." - I'hila
pi.i i I'm
A San li.-nloo man ha- a hen wlne;i
lays twi cj. a day. it's a mighty
tic-ai man 'a;io will compel Iih tn-ns to
uoik ov-itiine iu-t to -ati-fv hi- ciav-
ing for th.- almighty dollar. I.o- An
lov-cii- I thought you -aid that fel
low Skint-m was a- good as his wool?
15rov.il That's what I -aid.
i.rei-n Well. In- lie.l to me about a
lrov.n-But I didn't say his word
was any good. Chicago Xew.
Conductor-Can't take this nickei.
Pa--nger You'll have to fake it.
Yoil gave it to me VOUl'-elf ill change
tvlii-n I came down this morning.
Conductor-Well, the company's more
p-irticuhir than you arc. Fare, ph a-c!
.Ii-s J-'lifey--.cc.-pl you. Afr. firinly?
Why everybody regards you as a joke.
.Mr. Crinly And they say you can
alway- take a jol;c.- Jio-ton J'o-t.
"Why are you going buck to town in
-iich a ni-h';''
"I ju-t i ived a letter from my hus
band." "Is he ill?''
'"No; he -cut me a big check nnd told
me to -tny a- long xs I wish." Houston
A party of Eastern men visit ing Cali
fornia haie planned to return to New
York by automobile, and massive ma
chines have b, cn shipper west for them.
The machines are built to run on
for office will be
th:s column at reasonable rates
for men of all parties,
Republicans of Oregon are hereby
informed that I am a candidate for the
nomination of Governor at the prim
aries to be held April 20th
FOR SECRETARY OP 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. W3UGHTMAN.
FOR STATE PRINTER.
The undersigned announces himself as
a Republican candidate for renomina
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 ken accorded to State
officers generally, that of a renomina
tion, would be greatly appreciated.
J. R. WHITNEY.
of candidates s-Sj V''-V'- "
pubHshed in If gfggg
is the simj-.k-st ar.d strong
est ot all .vritiii'' r:"achints.
It does bctf - work, dots
it quicker,iasts longer,
and costs less in the long
run than any other type
writing machine. It is
The World's Best
Lrt ui If nd V'.u our tititc hook rrlling
a!l jhei.t it. Tji'wri!i-r npilir. Mj
chifm rented. Srniogrjphcie f-,.mi)H.
The Smith Premier
247 Stark St., Portland Or.
That All Important Bath Room
You have oficn hcarJ pc..j !c rctturk "If I were
ever to bui'd, I would" p'411
my ba:h room first snJ would not put
all my money into the parlor wish all
its finery." Tim U good common sense
tentimcnt, for the luih room is the 'nost
Important of all the household.
VVc would iic to l.clp you plan your
htn r'jJin and will ;l.n!ly iiiose you
i"c ot, "tonJ.ird" Wjre, the lc;t
.a ' w famtufv t i turc-h mj.ic.
J, A. Montgomery, Astoria.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS
.lOHN'iKOX, Prt n. iiikI Kuyt.
F i. iilSHoP. Sccrctiiry
A. I.. FOX, Vice Pres.
AKTOKIA HA Vl.N'tiH I'.ANK.Tr.HS
Dr. C. GEE WO
Formerly located 253
Airier Street; for the
pant five ycnrs.HAVE
MOVED into the
l l i !i i;
FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC Mf.Cfc-'V "T. f. ' "B
INSTRUCTION. ner of FirRt ami Morriaon Htreeta. En
trance No. 1G2 trout Ht.
Designers and Manufacturers of
THE LATEST IMlT.OVi:)
Canning Machinery, Marine Engines and Boilers,
Complete Cannery Outfits Furnished.
CORRESPONDENCE SOI .CITED. Foot of Fourth Street
I hereby announce myself as a can-1
didate for renomination for the office
of Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion, and solicit the gupport of all Re
publicans at the primaries, April 20th.
J. H. ACKERMAN.
Successful Home Treatment
Dr. COKE WO Ih known thrciiKliout the
Jtiltcrl States, and Ih cnllc.t the (Jreat (Jlilnctie
Doctor on account of IiIh woti.Icrnil cured
without the aid of a knll'c, without iimIiik
(kiIhoii or iIiiikh of liny kind, tin l.rcuU liny
and all (llKciuit-H with powerful oriental roots
hcrbN, ImrkK, nnrl vegetables Unit are un
known to medlcHl science In this country,
and iiiroiiun the use nr these harmless reuie
FOR ATTORNEY-GENERAL. I dlt " he guarantees to cure
The undersigned hereby announces Catarrh, Asthma, Lung Trouble, Rhcumitiim,
v.trnaa , , . ... iitrvuuiimj, oiomacii, Liver, muncy, innn
iniiioeii an a canaiuaie lor re-election , wknM ind ll Thrnnln n Sll..l.
to the office of Attorney-General, sub-' Call or write, enclosing: i i-ccnt stamps for
i- v i t t. ... , mailing book and circular. Address,
ject to the approval of Republican The C Ge Woo Chlneie Medicine Co.,
voters at the primaries. No. 161 1.2 Fint St., S.E. Cor. Morrlion.
A. M. CRAWFORD. ' Ment,0D m Portland Oregon.
NOW FOR A NICE DAINTY
LITTLE PIECE OF
A CHINA TEA POT, CHOCO
LATE POT, CUP AND SAUCER
OR EVEN A NICE LITTLE TEA
SET, MAY BE JUST THE THING
YOU ARE WANTING IF SO
THE PLACE TO GO IS THE
620 Commercial Hlrcet, Astorlu
STAMMERING AND STUTTER
For Particulars Address
THE PACIFIC SCHOOL FOR STAM
MERERS 1261 oas Yamhill Street,
.-.rrr Portland, Oregon..
on draught nnd In bottles
llrcwe.l snilrr miullnry cimdllloiis mul
. propmiy i.(il light here In Astoila.