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OflVial paper of t'liitsop county iul
the City of Astoria.
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will 1 vr.'r.l one liilliou ilolliui uniiiiliiii:
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four line- l:o x.ilue. Hit- i.U iiii, -how 11
ill Hr.itr- yeiieiii) io-.eiil ,m,i -n-l.iiii-t'lf
eont 111 ion tint tiii- i- 1 tiiiii' ol
t:iiiO' tinkt'i inu or ntliee le-i-I.H iw ,.
'i'i inu'iit - mi hn-iiii -, i on, lit ion-.
Oregon and Washington Oecas-
ional light rain.
The statement hy the Mvretaiy of the
Woman's Foreign Mi--ioii.iry Sm-iety t
the MethoUi-t Ki'i-eopal ilnneli that, in
consequence of nearly a half eentury of
labor and the expenditure of million,
in China and Korea, the practice of fit
binilinj.' has lardy ceased anion,; cul
verts is j;ra tify in. Nothing could he
more important to the -alvation of the
soul than sixithinj; the feet. There i- the
bishop who will not -wear when you
tread on is corn and who is Chri-tian
with a bunion? Moreover, hound feet
mu-t be deleterious to the health. Win n
the 3W.0tlfl.OtlO Cliine-e who have not
been converted have been natheie.i into
the fold, the W. K. M. S. ininht ie-ohe
itself into a W. H. M. S. and -tart
missionary l.ihor in the American field,
with the Imp of driving out the cor-et
which iloctor- of hotly and doitor- of
soul alike condemn a- iinhe.ilthfiil : al
though it is doubtful if the eiviliz d
and Chri-tian American woman would
yield her vanity a- docilely a- hae the
meek and lowlv oriental-.
A tii-l lieutenant 01" the Mi-nth In
fintiv ha- K.'cn tiled -S'i0 and oideicd
ii'litiue.! to the limit- of I'm t -iieiiihiu
one month by a eoiut in.uti.i' whiih con
-idered chaiye- of conduct ! the pre
j judice of yood oiilei it in I militaiy di
eipline. While HaxeliiiL' le.enHv with a
-iii.i'i of piivale-. the olliivr b'lt the
men in loitri-t- car- ami took j licit h
in a Pullman. Hi diit w.i- not to lo-e
-iu'it of the men under am eiiiiim--t;ii!
e. and -iiiec toui'i-u ti'ket- had
heel! piovided for all. il J liianife-tly
hi- .'my to -l.i in the poorer nr. "n:
llemoeiat ie army kimw, 110 di-t unt ioii
of eoiiitort .111. 1 com n i :ii what -uiliec-tho
private mu-t -ulli'-e the olfuvi. Sneli
-iiobhery a- h.i- 1 ropt into ;i;e -eni e
eit through eva-ions of tlie -piii; and
letter of the law.
A -hort coii-iiltatioii witli t olonel
Hrvan ntiL'ht to convince the t hiic-c
iHiyeottei- tint they know .omp, native
ly little ahuiit the fault- of the Ameii
cau L-o ei nineiit.
The I la t -op county IVmocrat ale
-ittini: on the feme waitin.' for the Ke
pii'ilie.Mi pi imarie-. Their -how don't
open unt il the of April.
Theiv U an opportunity this y.-ar.
never before offered, for any pond citi
zen to aspire to any political office he
wishes. Politician- who have heretofore
been candidate- before a party conven
tion, now can po before the voters, fell
them of their salifications for the office
and make promi-es. which are seldom
fulfilled, and ascertain for themselves,
just how popular they are. There are
abundant opportunities yet. before the
5th of April for many more candidates
to file their petitions and declare their
principles, and none should be backward.
If they do not so desire, it is to be hoped
they will not be so unselfish as to cast
any unjust reflections on thos- gentle
men who are not afraid to ro before the
people, and abide by the will of the
people. There certainly can be no legiti
mate excuse for not supporting the
ticket nominated at the primary nomi
nating election, and every republican
who votes at that election, is in honor
bound to vote for the nominees at the
It is within the range of possihilities.
that fiod Almighty, in his infinite wis
dom, has never created n man, who-e
meritorious qualifications for office will
meet with the approval of every man.
hut when one remembers, (hat very few
of us are responsible for beinu here, the
faults accumulated since childhood should
not be con-idered in -elect inn men to
repre-enl the people in the various coun
ty and state po-ilions. as well as in the
legislative halls. If a man i- Kcpubli
ean in principle, he -lumld stand upon
those principles. If a man hclievc- in
the doctrine of tin Democratic or So
cialists party, he -hould stand upon
those doctrines. Xo man can serve two
musters, i- an axiom that applies with
peculiar force to politics. There can It'
no half and half Republican or quarter
breed in any political organization, and
expect success for the party nt the
polls. Judas betrayed the Saviour for
thirty pieces of silver. Don't be n Judas
in politics. He n man or a mouse. lie
Rometliiiij;. Stand or fall by your party,
or eliminate politics from your every
pay day life and take no part either in
the primaries or the election.
Cllder the lieu lllle-, eabill-l officer-mu-t
do a- tiny ale told and -ay noth
ing: but under the cm-t it ut ion they
ale -til! !iowe I 11 lorn of thought.
" Do you think it liom-t f"i' a man
t'l accept money for ,1 campaign fund."
a-ki-d the A-tmia J publican warhors.
"Why. ye-.'' an-were.! the Heniocralii;
'iti 11, "it he really turn- it over to
So i . 1 1 1- . - I. in M,.i,.M. and Tom Law -
-'I -il ie. tl; ue'.yy w ill be able to
-tiuggle along without gov eminent
-Upcl-viM,,)! of a f,.w thing-.
Almost time to inquire about the sol
vency of the sim-ty companies which
give bond- for the fidelity of officials of
Vinol Guaranteed by Physicians and
Over Two Thousand Leading Drug
gists as the best Strength Crea
tor Known to Medicine.
This i because Vinol is the latest
scientific production of the greatest
tonie lehtiilder the world has ever
known, namely, cod liver oil.
In Vinol the system-clogging, nau
seating oil is eliminated, and the medi
cinal, curative elements known to
exi-t in the cod'- liver are admini-tered
in a highly concentrated form, there
fore, a preparation containing all these
inediiciial. enuitivc and bodyhiiildiiig
elements, free from oil or grease, must
be the best strength creator possible to
In Vinol yon know what you are tak
ing, for everything it contains i- named
on the buck label of every bottle.
This i- why Vinol is -o unqualifiedly
recommended by physicians and guaran
teed by over two thoii-nllds of the lead
ing druggists of the I'nited States a- a
body builder and si rengtii-crcator for old
people, weak women, puny children, after
-ii-kiic-- ami for all pulmonary di-ea-es.
The iloctor knows what he is giving and
the patient, know- what he is taking.
Our leading druggist. Mr. Charles
lingers, says. " We sell Vinol on a posi
tive guarantee that it i- and will do all
we claim for it or refund money without
This in it'elf proves the truth of all
statements published about Vinol in this
paper." Charles Rogers, druggist.
How (he Aver
age Citizen Is
Ignored In Our
Anntniin'iMiH'iilh itf onuilitliitow IW ufjloo will lm iuMMmM lit tln. column ul t-uMn
.... I I. I ..II ...III...
HUM' IIIK ' I" III- H "I HI. I" "
1IF! two points ut wlii.'h jrovmiini'iit is' tli'v.-loping most
rnpuilv at tin' tvst-iit moment are mittiraHv the two in
which it tiKNVlN Kl.Y I'.XKKflSKS ITS R'NC
TIOX in relation to the vicious ninl in relation to the
poor and ilepeiiilent.
The juvenile courts which the larj;e cities are iuuun'iriitinj fire,
supplied with probation ollieer-, w hose duty il is to K.( 'Ol 'KA( i K
Till-: WAV KIM NO VIRTU'S f the wawviml l...v nud keep liim
out of the police courts, with their eoiiscitient penal institutions--n
real recognition of social "Miration,
As the juvenile courts tire lieimiiu to take an interest in tlii
SOCIAL l.Il'K OK A CHILI in order to prevent arrest, on the
same principle the reform schools are inatifiurutiiip; the most ndvnneed
education in iirrriculture ami manual arts. A bewildered lereiirn
parent conies from time fo time to Hull House a-kinc; that his lnv !
sent to a school to learn farniinir, hasini; his request upon the fact
that his tieioiil'or's loy has leen -ent to "a nice oreeti country place."
It is car".:i!!y explained that the neijililmr's hoy was l'AU and was
nnv-tcd and ,-ent away on aeeoiutt of his hadne-s, and it is quite pos.si
l ie -oin, times to make clear to the man that the city assumes that he
i lookiii:; c'.it for him-elf and taking care of his tiu ti hoy, hut it ought
to ho fo-ther . il.lt- to make him see that IK II K KKKI.S THAT
HIS SOX X K V. 1 S T 1 1 K KIH'OATIOX OK A FA MM SCHOOL
IT I.IKS Willi 1 1 1 M TO AOITATK TllK Sl'IUKCT and to
vote for the candidate who will -eetire such schools. He might well
look amazed were litis advice tendered him, for these question have
never been presented to him to vote upon.
Because he does not easily discuss the tariff or other KFMOTK
SUBJKCTS which the political parties present to him from time to
time we a-snme that he is not to he trusted t vote on the education
of his child. The ancestors of this .same immigrant, from the days
hows and arrows, doubtless taught their children those activities which
seemed valuable to them.
Again, we build enormous city hospitals und nlmshoiHcn for the
defective and dependent, but for that great mas of people jtiht be
yond the line from which they are constantly recruited we do PRAC
TICALLY NOTHING. We are afraid of the notion of govern
mental function which would minister to the primitive needs of the
mass of people, although we are quite ready to care for him whom
misfortune or disease has made the exception.
IT IS REALLY THE RANK AND FILE, THE AVERAGE CITIZEN,
WHO 13 IGNORED BY GOVERNMENT, WHILE HE WORKS OUT HIS
REAL PROBLEMS THROUGH OTHER AGENCIES AND IS SCOLDED
FOR STAYING AT HOME ON ELECTION DAY.
In What Condition Are We
To Leave This Country?
By President WILLIAM J. TUCKIR of Dmimoulh College
jSWlIK greate.-t safeguard in nil i.ethiti.-s i, IHS 'K1MIXA
fl TIOX. People are learning this power, although a gnat
many have not become acquainted as yet with the world.
Let us not discriminate between the large and small among
men and being-, but lho-e of a kind. The safest thing that a man
can do is to accept the challenge to take into account the power of bis
time, and I can conceive of no greater calamity than to 1m; thrown
into a spiritless age; better into an ago of daring, and so far as. possi
ble a man should I able to INTERPRET THE JUDGMENT OF
I call attention to the fact that the power of our time will le
judged according to its restraints. The laws are the RESTRAIN
ING FORCE, and the law of a free land is the only Hiifeguard
against an increase of power. And are our laws doing this? Par
tially. But there still remains an amount of unrestrained power.
WE SHOULD NOT SEE HOW MUCH WE CAN ADD TO THE
POWER OF OUR COUNTRY, BUT IN WHAT 8TATE WE ARE TO
LEAVE THIS COUNTRY.
Will our civilization he more law-abiding, our public irmtitutions
more secure, our church vitality well off? The answer to these ques
tions will depend upon the estimation of power by the generation at
hand and its WILLINGNESS TO SUBMIT TO JUSTICE. The
power of an age is. also judged by the element of sacrifice. Will it
spend the best upon itself or send it in to the ages which will follow?
It is the business of an educated man to interpret with some ac
curacy the clear and freer judgment of his time. If it comes to a
question of MONEY AND HONESTY we'll get money M the
price of honesty.
WE CALL A MAN WITHOUT REASON INSANE, AND I SAY A
MAN WHO HAS LOST HIS BALANCE OF DESIRE IS MORALLY
We cannot accept or reject power because it is such, hut we initet
J. Q. A. B0WLBY, President.
0. I. PETFRS0N, Vice-President.
("RANK PATT0N, Cwhler.
J. W. GARNER, Assistant Caihlw.
lli'KMmlliili lunik ceciic'l I'V Cimiilv Clcik, Tm ln , l.niuuiy 1'nil'
Hciiili'iiiliiii IkmiIo rlM.i'd for 1'i liimi v Klccthdi, April r, p. in
llcislsl ml lull ImmiKi uiM'ticI niicr i inmrv cic'inin, crn .1
llcuMraili'ii lnMik licicil for iscnciiil 1 li'i'Uiin, .M10 1.1, 111.
PIKKCT I'KIMAHY KI.KCT10N
CiiitiilV Clcl k ifUc u.'lli'i cf Pi lnmry plccllon led lad 1 Hum Murcli '. .
inMilm lnr llllnit ii lUliiiiii Kr pliii'lnn liuinc i" luillnl fur kIiiIh, c,iut,ijl'iiiul .nut
iluirlcl uttli'cs. Murcli
I ilil ituy tin llllnii I 'i tlllinin fur I'mmly nllli'i'in. April I,
PATE OK PRIMARY ELECTION, APRIL a, 1006.
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j GENERAL ELECTION, JUNE 4
BE SURE AND REGISTER
Astoria Savings Bank
Capital Paid In 1100,000, Surplus and Undivided Profit ,15,onO.
TransacU a General Banking BuMneea. Interest Paid on Time DepoMtHi
Ri'imlillrant of Oregon arr hetehy
informed that I am a caiitliiliite fur the
nomination of Governor at the prim
arien to lie held April 20th
FOR SECRETARY OP STATE.
I hereby announce myeelf a cindi
date for the olllce of Si'civUry of State,
and ak the itiij'poi t of all It. puli'i
cana. 1". T. WKUiHTMAN.
I hereby niiiinunre mynelf as a ran
iliilate for aherifT on the Republican
ticket at the primary nominating elec
tion. KMSI.EY H0U0HT0X.
The underlined heretiy atinouni-e
himnelf an a candidate for rr-ebetion
to the office of Attorney-Genial, uli-
ject to the approval of Republican
I voters at the primarln.
I A. M. CRAWPOltD
FOR STATE PRINTER.
i The iiii(li'iiiii'il announce lilinn.ll n
a Republican randidatn for remmiina
linn for Mute Printer, eubject to t ! r
: declnion of the Republican voters at the
: primary election, April 'JO.
Now serving flrl l-rui. The nanc
eourfesy tint has bren areordeil to State
nftlcers jjenrrally, that of a renomina-
tion, would be greatly apprcciatrl.
j J. R. WIIITSKY.
:F0R SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC
I I hereby minounco myoelf as a ran
Ididate for re Humiliation for th ofTe
:of .Superintendent of Publlo Instruc
tion, and olicit the support of all He
'publicans at the primaries, April 2m 'i.
J. II. ACKKRMAX.
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NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS.
Full Line of Brushes, Paints, oils.
Glass, etc., etc.
B. F. Allen Son, s,.
First National Bank of Astoria, Ore.
Capital and Surplus $100,000
Sherman Transier Co.
Hacks, Carriages Uaagc Checked and Transferred Trucks and rur
niture Wagons Pianos Moved, lioxed and Shipped.
433 Commercial Street phone Main 121
That All Important Bath Room
You have often heard people remark "If I were
ever to build, I would plan
my bath room first and would not put
11 my money into the parlor with ill
its finery." That Is good common ense i
sentiment, for the bath room Is the nost
Important of all the household.
We would like to help you plan yur
hatn room and will ghidly quote you
i?cph or "tottilrtril' Ware, the l est
in lion aaiuurv tDiturts iiuiilc.
J, A. Montgomery, Astoria. J
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