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THE MOUNING ASTOIUAX. ASTORIA. OKKC-ON.
THURSDAY, MARCH B, 1508
Published Daily by
THW J. S. DELLINGER COMPANY.
By mail, per year f'.W
By mail, per month -
By carrier, per month tj
By mail, per year, in advance. .11.00
Entered eeond-clas matter June
3S. 1905. at the pontortlc at Astoria. Ore
goo, under the act of Congress ot JIhiyIi 3,
ayOrrtert for the deUwnng of Tb Morn
tm iwrOBJiS to either rwideow or place of
(mines -u-T be nade by postal card or
through tele hone. Any Irregularity in de
li should be mmedlateiy reported to the
office of publication.
TELEPHONE MAIN 661.
When line dinner ehiinfrc the State
rlmit in!in-hi) mid ;inotlier dinner keep
tlm oh.iii imin-lii ju-t at it i-. it i-. evi
.lent Lent intue-. none ton -0011 to waul
olT a politieal h 'p-i;i.
Alxnit the only huelit Pii-lV--ni' An
drew IV White will dciive from hi si.l.o
c.uv ot lyni'h law will he an riironiitim
from Sen;tor Tillman and hi- mi-yiiided
A jm i-l :;, t;itd.' diet i- 'l .- rihe.l
a heinu ' "' adapted to life in the
polar legion-. Walter Wellman ha- al
rvady chanced from whale oil to -hied
1'iv-ident t'a-tro ha- announced hi
intention of hreakini: up the Monroe
doctrine. Thi- i- hy a'l odd- the laij;
ot lontiait that will he undertaken
, during the twentieth ceutmv.
A iVim-ylvania un. tme collector ha-ju-t
destroyed "M'M) had eis-nf. There
i- ,. L ;.! 1.1" I'lew-oine fa-eination ill
Announcement or candidate for oltleo will lie utilllied In lliene eolnmna at renmtii
able mtes lor men ol all purlieu.
K.xMiHtlon look opened l County Clei k, Tiiendac, January
licitMiiilloii liik clo-cd lor I'llmury K.leetion, April 10. A p. Ill
UcKlstratlnti look opened after primary election, Arll 'J.
lietll-trutain hooks cloed for Kciierol election, May t p, in.
DIRECT PRIMARY FLECTION
Couu'.c Ctcikitlveuetlceorrrlmiiry Kleetlon not later tluin March -Jl.
Iji.NHlav lor llllns ellllon for plneliitf mime on 1-allol (or mate, eoiinreinlonal anil
di-lrlct oftlce. March ....
Ust day for tlltuii pelUlons for County ntuYcni, April I,
DATE OF PRIMARY ELECTION, APRIL to, 1906.
i'auvalng vote of primary eWvlluim for tte otitic May .1
1 nut day for IlUn eortliloito. of nomination for ulale olttce by anaemhly or electors,
Inrt dav for llllnit uomlniittiiit p,tltoui for stale olttcen, May I,
Uist day for tllliiit eertiricales of noiiilnatioun for comity officers ly assembly or
electors. May ,
l.u-1 day for Mllti noinlnatlng petitions for count)' unices, May 19,
GENERAL ELECTION, JUNE 4
BE SURE AND REGISTER
Republicans ot Oregon are hereby
trvim- to ima,ie what kind of eir-! informed that I ... a candidate for the
Western Oregon and Western
Washington Showers along the
coast; probably showers interior.
Eastern Oregon Fair.
Ea-tern Washington Cloudy
they call had in IVnn-y Ivaniu.
Mr. Cleveland ha- -old hi farm near
lVim-etoii lecnii-e it was unprofitable.
Mr. l'.yau -ay- hi- farm pays, but he
may count the fun of -howim; piie
heifers to vi-itoi - as an a -set.
nomination of Governor at the prim
aries to be held April 201 h
JAMES WITHY COM Br'.
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE.
I hereby announce myself a cindi
date for the office of Secretary of Slate,
and a-k the aupmn't of all K.publi-
F. T. WTtlOHTMAX.
, GUESS, AND GUESS AGAIN!
There is something peculiarly signifi
cant in the now well-known fact that a
certain Dr. Xicholls, of Portland, or
Seattle, or Taeoma, or some otlvr coast
habitat, has bonded, or bought outright
' hundreds of acres of waterfront land
along the north-hore. opposite thi- city,
about the mouth' of lX-ep River and
Gray's River, in and about Cray's Bay.
between Frankfort and Knapptonj that
the Northern Pacific beddings thereabout
not long since for ale on the open mar
ket, are now hedged against all and any
offers of purchase: that over SIW.OOO
worth of lands have been paid for by
this Dr. Nicholls and that intervening
parcel- of land have been bonded heav
ily. What all this may mean is, lor the
moment, unjrue-sable: but it bears tin
appearand of importance and weight in
the light of the recent minors of rail
road building to the Columbia from tie-
Gray'.- Harbor terminal- of the Northern
Pacific. Astoria has an indubitable in
terest in the thins beau-.- of the close
proximity of the development to her
very doors, and wliil- we are "at -ea "
as to its real dgnificawr, there can b"
no harm in cheri-hing a few quiet hopes
that the N. P. is coming to the Colum
bia, and once there, will form the very
exc-llent r-a-on for a line from the
s-outli, say from Tillamook City to As
toria. These deductions are logical, ra
tional and wholly within the probabili
ties, and may therefor be indulged, un
til negatived, or confirmed, by later un
4 EDITORIAL SALAD.
This seems to clinch Admiral Togo's
fame a- the Rough Rider of tld
L.ist veal'- tobacco crop in th' I'nited
t it... wa- ii;i;!.(HSi.(MSi pound- woith at
the farm "' .ihhi.im hi. It i- said that
weedr. arc plant- mi-under-tood. but to
baeco has been interpreted to some pur
pose. 0 "
Uerc are words of wisdom from the
Hartford Telegram: "Dr. Wiley says
that bottled whisky is the only safe
kind. Correct. No whisky ever work
harm until the cork ha- been pulled."
FOR STATE PRINTER.
The undersigned announces himaelf as
a Republican candidate for renomlna
turn for State Printer, aubject to the
decision of the Republican votera at the
primary election, April 20.
Now serving fitvt term. The same
courtesy that 1ms been accorded to State
officer generally, that of a renomina
tion, would be greatly appreciated.
J. R. WHITNEY.
FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC
FOR ATTORNEY CENERAL. I INSTRUCTION.
The undersigned hereby announces' I hereby announce myelf as a ran
himself as a candidate for re-election didate for renominatioti for the office
in ttM if Tun li f Attornsc. General, sub- 1 of Siltierintendetit of Public Instruc-
NOW IN OUR NEW STORE'
COR- BOND AND 11th. STREET
WE ARE BUSY GETTING SETTLED BUI CAN FIND TIME TO
SHOW YOU ROW COMPLETE AND EXTENSIVE IS OUR STOCK Or
WALL PATER, FAINTS, 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,
First National Bank of Astoria, Ore.
Capitol and Surplus $100,000
Sherman Transier Co.
HKNUY HHKKMAN, Maimer
ject to the approval of Republican
voters at the primaries.
A. M. CRAWFORD.
tion. and solicit the support of all Re
publicans at the primaries, Apiil 20th.
J. H. ACKERMAN.
Supcrint nd.nt Maxwell wants lands
for school sites acquired before they get
valuable. Practical Mate-men will look
with contempt on a fad that ignores the
three IV- like that.
Senator Tillman was one of the four
meinb-r- who voted against the pure
iWl bill. The South Carolinian has en
joyed hini-elf so long in a minority that
a majority must seem to him like a
How would this do for the Democratic
p'atfonn in Mi-ouri. "We ha'.e had
the governor-Lip eleven con-ecutiv-time-,
and now prochitn that toe en
forcement of the law- by th" chief e.e
cu'ive is the st.it i--iie."
Hon, and the plain and achint: across my
back disappeared. About -i week- ai;o
I was laid up with a siege of the grip
for1 two weeks. Symptoms of kidney
complaint made tic ir appearance agii't
and I ro-orled to Doau'- Kidney Pills a
-econd time. They jn; a- thoroughly
freed me of the (rouble a- in the foimer
ci-e. 1 cannot evp.e what a ehanu''
they haw made in me. 1 -imply I -l
like a dilTcrcnt pci-ou."
l'lentv more proof bk- thi- from A
toria (people. Call ;,t Holers' din- -Cue
and a-k wh.i! hi- cii-tomei'- report.
Lor -ah- by a.l dedci-. I'm-e, ..0
cents. Foster -Mill. inn Co., I'.ntTalo, New
Yolk. :. ag.-nt - f.-r tl- t'nited State-,.
Heliiemh' r the liaine Doan'- all!
take jio otln-r.
Three little rules we all should keep,
To make life happy and bright,
Smile in the liioining, -mile at noon,
Take Rocky Mountain Tea at night.
Frank Hart, druggist.
Ew-ii if the national pun: food bill
the -tute- are not prot.-i-t.-d from
adulteraiioiis and fake, produc-d and
-old within their own limit-. Mi ouri
mu-t -til! look out for health .-ocietie-w
it h a -iti'd member.
"TV- man who occuriies Oeiflal Gros-
venor'- seat" may be inquiJt for by
visitors to the next Congress
Admitting it to be. true that China i
awake. Empre-s An ought to be willing
to thank I'nele Sam for pinching her.
A New York papei' contends that forty
stories ought to be the skyscraper limit
The allowance somehow keeps on crawl
The New Haven .Journal and Cornier
refer- to the capitalists who are putting
up th - forty-story building at Uroadway
and Liberty street, Manhattan, a- "the
modern Ilubel builders." The structure
will be 504 feet above the -ca level, or
44 feet higher than the Washington
monument. That there will be a "con
fusion of tongue-"' there, when complet
ed, is pretty certain. Lucky Manhattan
Inland is founded on bed ruck !
MEN AND WOMEN.
I 1';;: '"f unnatural
ir'lt Oc '4 lit n'e'' l kt ieM
,.' n l U 'i Tle"!.f'l alit.
i' . , .-s. :Oj I le-t ulTin.
I'MtEWSSCfitiCi' t.1. t "f I 'M., II. J.
, MKUIIUtl C KCTJ Ml-t l IrufiM,
iV i i TrT or ..., iti Ti en "!:,
Z$K. ' ! , i;a -.. '. lc. t'"
Ml to itri-t-lf.
Hacks, Carriage'! Haggage Clu-t kcii and Truitsfcrrcd -Tim k and I ur
nittire njjons- Pianos Muvcd, lluxfd uiki Miijj'Oi.
433 Commercial Street
Phone Main 121
J. I. A. IIOWLllV, l'resldtnt.
0. I. PETERSON, VI. Preiident.
FRANK PATTON, Cashier.
J. W. OARNKR, AssisUnt Cashier.
Astoria Savings Bank
Cui'llnl I'ttid Id IIUW.W. Hurplns suit fiuiUldeil froftts f6,UK.
Trsnuicts s (jeurrnl MunkliiK llulnis. Jnlcrct puld on Him- Iielti
9. 3 W M EJI ibk TF, "J
Senator Stone is against ship sub
hidies, but might look on them with
more favor if our ports were open to
foreign tea siftings.
It is suggested that only the one-man
power can build the Panama canal,
but Uncle Sam lias accomplished consid
erable on another system during his
Delay Has Been Dangerous in Astoria.
Do the right thing at the right time,
Act quickly in times of danger.
.Backache is kidney danger.
Doan's Kidney Pill- act quickly.
( Hie all di-tre-sing, dangerous kidney
Plenty of evidence to prove, thi-.
J. Cai'-on, employed at the Portland
Lumber Co.. foot of Lincoln hire d, who
rc.-ide-. at 'JWi l"i t f-1 street, Portland, Ore
gon, -ays: "J was feeling miserable wii.li
a, deprcs-ing lamem--. around the small
of my back all la-t summer. At first, I
did not pay much attention to it. but I
continued to grow wor-e and finally be
came so bad that I thought I would have
to lay off work. To bend or move
quickly caused several twinges. I was
often attacked with dizzy -pell-, specks
befoi'e my eyes and I had no ambition
or energy. In the morning J arose as
tired as when I went to bed. In fact, I
had all the symptoms of a very severe
case of kidney trouble. When I was
Buffering the worst I read about DoanV
Kidney Pills and procured a box. I noon
noticed an improvement in my condi-
r.-irti Caosule i
Beuare of counterfeit!
Dr, D. A. Sanburn
The King of Cures
' o; , i i ' i A
li'S.M- 5 I -'4
AbsoicrePun:-. Rncsl'FiJWor, :
! CL0S5ET & DEYERS
f KUHII.nu,vsi;wun. (;
is the simplest and strong
est ofall writing machines.
It does betf" work, does
it quicker lasts longer,
and costs less in the long
run than any other type
writing machine. It is
The World's Best
Lrt u I teni vou our little Hook tcllir.g
:!1 f.heut it. Tj-i''.vri,rr Mppl'c. M i
ttiino! rented. Sirriugrjiher f-.irnishri.
The Smith Premier
247 Stark St.. Portland Or.
I! ! ft
' J Tf
rw ix ooicr
That All Important Bath Room
Vou hive often heard people remark "li I were
ever to built!, I would (dsn
my bath room fitu am! would" not put
all my money into the parlor with all
hs finery." That is km1 common icinc
Kntimcnt, for the lath room ii the -nost
Important of all the fioineliold.
Wc would lite to help you plan your
hath room am! will j-Ja.!!)' quoie you
l-r on "lootlotsl" tie 1 c:t
! noil sanitary f.vuito iiu.ir.
1 A MAnto'nmprv. AstOfia.
' It 41 4. V t-v "-"" I
ASTORIA IRON WORKS
,I')llN'l'f)X. Pres. iuhI Kuyt.
I-' . 1SIH)P. S.'crflary
A. I.. l'OX, Vice Pres.,
ASTORIA HAVlNdS IiANK.Trcas
tr. C. GEE WO
Formerly located 253
Aider Street; for the
'.s mm. five ycitrH.UA St,
' t(lVF.Tl intn f.lm
KfiSvWt.fi'W " at tl snnth-onst cor.
tier of First nnd Morrison HtreetB. En-
trnnceNo. 162 front Ht.
Cn--tcf fnl UntriA Tfaitrtiant
I am now in your c.ty introducing my , l)r r (if, WQ )B knf)Wn throUKhout tl)e
wonderful arts of healing. Come one Onlti suiu and Ih called th oreatciilneae
. ... .I. 4i I Doctor on account of IiIh wonderful cured
and all and I will tell everyone their , Wt()t tne M ,)t n hf0i without uhIiik
liao!iut nn I vnn v ill 1,p ma.lfi well Mv r"lM'n or dni(?H of any kind. He trcala any
diaease ana jou win ue maue win., , (U, (llK(.a(i(.H w)Ul powf.,.ru oriental roots
medicines are all nature's remediea, herbn, iiarkH, and vKebible that are nn
. , , . , , . . i known to iiipdlcnl Hchmc.) In this country,
roots, heros, barks and berries. ! ami through the iiae nf thone hiinnlecH reme-
After I introduce my medicine I will Meg he guarantees to cure
i -4 i i it i a Catarrh, Asthma, Lung Trouble, Rheum-lum,
leave certain kinds of it in your drug Ntrvou;ntM( Sto'machiS Lve,, Kidney, Fem.l,
atores. Weakness and all Chronic D seaies.
Office hours: 9 to 12 a. m.j 2 to 8
p. m., at the Megler House, 680 Comraer-, jht C- Ot Woo Chinese Medicine Co.,
clal street, rooms 1 and 2. No. 161 1.2 Fl"' St., S.E. Cor. Morrison.
Consulation free at Astoria, Ore. Mcnllon lhl" PortInd
Designers and Manufacturers of
'HIE LATKHT IMPIIOVKU
Canning Machinery, Marine Engines and Boilers,
Complete Cannery Outfits Furnished.
CORRESPONDENCE SOI (CITED. Foot, of Fourth Street
NOW FOR A NICE DAINTY
LITTLE PIECE OF
I 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
628 Commercial Street, Astoria
STAMMERING AND STUTTER
For Particulars Address
THE PACIFIC SCHOOL FOR STAM
1261 cas. 1 anthill Street,
Laser Beer1 '
on draught and in bottles
Ilrcwrd under unti Itnry condlllmit mid
juieu7 k?u ngm ncre in AHioria.
North Pacific ,