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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (April 23, 1906)
. MONDAY, APRIL 13, 190 (3.
and the voter exi' hi pivfoivnees
at the poll and d't p-t tia-lod out
ami hU will defeat .J ly a puck of ir
it''oiisilie delegates nucIi ft f have
in our county eiivntin system whore
two or three expert tuflnipulntoin trade
delegate ri:ht and "left anl fiamo u a
lnte in which the tNiple have no voice.
Oivjrmi ha everything to jr'" by 'H'
direct primary. Some tinf it liH'n will
l nomiunted but tliey will 1 fewer in
numler than under the iM'f.iliioncd
tiny young man who chance tit tipped
Human Blood Matke,
AgencyStandard Gas Engines
i often a dani'tuti pastime.
"Primitive woman had bijjer wait
A tale of horror wa told by tnarka of
human blood in the homo of J, W. Wil
liam, a well known merchant of lUc
Ky., He writeai "Twenty ycart eRO I
Than our, akl the fair Mis rair
had severe hemorrhage of the lung
and wa near death when I beman UV
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"All, ye, wud Ann. "but primitive
Ina Dr. Kine'a New Piwvery. It com
They Ml , Imd longer arm,"
pletely cured me and I hav remained
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well ever elnee." It cum Hemorrhage
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TEk J. S. BELLINGER COMPANY.
. The IKler tlnsirv doe not mvin to
chitis, and i th onlv known cure for
Weak Lmiea. Every bottle guaranteed
"Standard" "Standar "
applv to women. We hear that Swan
by Cha. Roger, Druggiat. 50c and $1.00
It. Anthony in her 7.1th year n of-
trial bottle free.
('Ian.- South Bend .loui nai.
toied Stum a niiMit for lecture. Mi
By mail, per year 17.00
Seivpta Ttutt it K(( year old and
traveling.' saleswoman of Ent Hrook
IVlnwaie count v, X. Y.
J. M. ARTHUR & CO., Macl"nery Mtrchants
By mail, per month 10
R1UORT OF THE CONDITIO! Or 1 UK
Br carrier. Mr month 05
THE MORNING ASTORIAN, ASTORIA. OREGON.
By mail, per yer, in advance..! 1-00
Entered at eond-cUs matter June
2S.1W5. at the postoflice at Aittoria. ore
1 011, under Ibe act of Congress ut ilarcb 3,
rarVtatem for tbe delrmnnc of Tea Moas
im varoaiax to ww renoeoca or piaca ot
bMiocea ar be made by postal card or
Utroujrh teto.hone. Any Irregularity In de
li wy should be 'fnmediateiy reported to the
office of pubUcatioa.
TELEPHONE MAIN Wi.
Official paper of Clatsop county and
tbe City or Astoria.
If a irl want to pet oid real quick
I t her marry.
He 'who blackens
other- doe not
A yoiinj: jjitl cannot le to careful of
Iter eonduet. The tattler are ever
busy, and it jut a well to give them
j no material for conversation. You will
do well to follow the advice of vour
mother, even if it doc aoem riuli-h
and old timev.
By avin: her old clothe any woman
ran le in stvle onee in a lifetime.
Tomatoo roue torpid liver and do
the work ordinarily of a doctor' pre
0 WEATHER. O
0 Western Oregon and Washing- O
O ton Fair and warmer. 0
THE PLAN FAILED.
The comprehensive, political plan of
the Oregon Democracy to register as
Republicans throughout the State, and
vote for the weakest nominees in the
Republican roter, has failed utterly,
and while the Democrats may lay a
bit of unction to their souls for having
inspired a clever trick, the credit is
wrecked by the di-mal lsue of its ap'
plication. And, anent this very subject,
it strikes us, that the Hon. Oswald
West, State Land Agent of Oregon, an
appointee of Governor Chamberlain (the
demi-god of the northwestern Jackson
ians), might have been more dignifiedly
employed during the conduct of the
Republican primaries in this county,
than in canvassing Clatop and Astoria
in the interest of a prominent Republi
can aspirant for a state office, an occu
pation wholly at variance with the regu
lar performance of his official duties
(and for which he draws specific compen
sation) and calculated to arouse a senti
ment involving his chief and himelf in
the justifiable supposition that there is
"a deal on," somewhere. He bad bet
ter remained at the capital in the pur
suit of his sworn duties.
A mother is justified in locking up
her daughter when Sliss Foolish i head
strong and crav.
If there were no old maids in the!
world there would be nobody for the I
married women to envy. i
The tiHii and woman who try to
make their home theintot interesting
spot on earth for each other, and
'tor tiK'ir friend ami 'thoi-e who are
! near and dear to them, have but occa
sional use for the club. It is to them,
like the theatre, a pleasant place to
enter now and then but not a pot to
FOOD, WARMTH, SHELTER.
Something to eat, where-with-all to
be clothed, and comfortable shelter, are
the crying needs of the hour in un
happy San Francisco, and the quicker
the great volumnes of money now en
route to the desolated town can be con
verted into these essentials, the sooner
will the work of redemption and re
juvenation be begun and brought to
palpable showing. A prostrate people
can help themselves if their vital and
most poignant troubles are removed
and they are put upon their healthful
feet. There are tens of thousands of
eager and willing hands ready to take
hold of the huge task of clearing away
the wreckage and putting up the pre
liminary homes and warehouses that
are to shelter and supply them in the
immediate future, if only tbe grind of
their present deprivation is relieved;
and it i not to be doubted that the
wisdom that has met and handled the
dreadful sti-ess of the past hundred
hours, will .fail at the moment of evr-n
greater need. It is immeasureably to
the glory of the San Franciscans that
they have met the tremendous emer
gency with such fortitude and good
sense, nor is it conceivable the fine
spirit will desert them in the abund
ance of trouble yet confronting them.
AN OUTSIDE VIEW.
Anyone who studies the Oregon pa
papers right now can see the advantage
of the direct primaiy system of nomi
nating candidates for office, in the wide
and open discussions of the merits of
the various aspirants. For the first
time in the history of Oregon polities
are being done in the open. What are
known as "Gum Shoe" politics and
"stilT hunts," which are still so popular
in this Stat', don't go any more in
Oregon. If a man wants an office he
or his friends must come in the open
and say so and get after the votes.
Every man stands on his own merits
Manufacturers of glove ay they
make a Xo. t! woman" glove larger
than they did five years ago.
Sarah Bernhardt i again making
a farewell tour of America, having
begun it in Chicago a few days ago.
More women! are holding office in
Kansas, in proportion to population,
than in any other State in the L'nion.
The fact that love is blind does not
lessen the further fact that those who
are in love often make sights of them
selves. . , o
If good sense and good behavior
will not admit your family into so
ciety, it may be as well that they stay
It isn't always safe for a girl to
aasume that Bhe is going to have plenty
of money to spend after marriage be
eaue her beau is liberal with it while
he i courting her.
0 PERSONAL MENTION. 0
Dr. John Brown of tiettysbuig. Pa
is a business visitor in the city.
S. R Klahii of Portland is in the city,
but will leave today for Kureka on
W. P. Johnson of Portland was in
"town ye-terday for a brief business
C", L. Feebler, a resident of Portland,
wa in Astoria yesterday for a short
George Shepherd, one of the candi
dates for Congress, wa in the city yea
terda'y accompanied by his wife.
The girl who can sit at home in a
becoming wrap, under a colored lamp
shade and do fancy embroidery isn't
always the one who can roll up her
sleeves and make good, plain bread.
The nicest life is the sweet, pro
tected home one. This chasing, out to
theaters and dinners and supper with
CASTOR I A
For Infant and Children.
Ttie KM You Have Always Bough)
At Astoria, In the State of Oregon, at
the clone of buaineaa, April 6th, 1906,
Loan and Discount f3i8.l01.86
Overdraft, secured anu un
secured ...... 4.537.71
U. S. Bond to ecur etrculav
tiou . 12,500 00
Bond, aeeuritie. etc 74.580.00
Other real estate owned 3.000 00
Hue from National banka
(not reervt tifenta) .... 16.0o4.70
Due from State Hanks and
Due from approved reserve
Check and other eah Item 740.41
Note of otner National
Nickle and cent 392.56
Lawful money reserve in bask
tfsl tender notea 20.00 111.020.00
Redemption fund with U. 8.
Treasurer (5 per cent circu
Capital too It paid in ....I 50,000 00
Surplua fund 60.000.00
Undivided profit, lea expen
se and taxes paid 19 .300.33
National Bank notea out-
Standing 12J00 00
Individual deposit subject
to check $542,916.35
Demand certificate of de
Certified check . . 75.00 681.252.54
Rheumatism Hakes Life Miserable.
A happy home is the most valuable
possession that is within the reach of
mankind, but you cannot enjoy its com
forts if you are suffering from rheums'
tism. You throw aside business cares
when you enter your home and you can
be relieved from those rheumatic pain
also by applying Chamberlains Pain
Balm. One application will give you re
lief and its continued use for a short
time will bring about a permanent cure
For sale by Frank Hart and Leading
PM-timlle of Boi
Don't buy substitutes for MEN
KEN'S BORATED TALCUM
POWDER. "Just as good" is
only a deceit by which a dealer
tries to make money out of the
superiority and success of MEN
KEN'S POWDER. There's nothing
just as good as MENKEN'S and
users of substitutes and imitations
risk skin, complexion and comfort in
As a protection to health use Mennen's
Powder and only Mennen's.
Have you tried MENNEN'S VIO
LET EORATED TALCUM TOILET
POWDER ? Ladies partial to violet
perfume will find Mannen's Violet
Powder fragrant with the odor of
fresh plucked Parma Violets.
For sale everywhere for 25 cents, or
mailed post paid on receipt of price, by
GERHARD MENNEN CO.. Ncwa.rU, N. J.
Fu-irail( of Boi
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Wll II 1C41 A 0 Beer.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS
JOHNl FOX, Pres. and finpt.
F L BISHOP. Secretary
A. L. FOX, Vice Pres.
ASTORIA SAVINGS BANK. Trea
Designers and Manufacturers of
THE LATEST IMPROVED
Canning Machinery, Marine Engines and Boilers,
Complete Cannery Outfits Furnished
CORRESPONDENCE SOUCITED. Foot of Fonrth Street
J. Q. A. BOWTJBY, President.
0. I. PETERSON, Vice-President.
rTlANK PATTON, Cashier.
J. W. GARNER, Assistant Cashier.
State oi Oregon, County of ClaUopja:
L S. 8. Gordon cashier of the above-
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement i true to the best of
my knowledge and belief.
, S. 8. GORDON,
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 9th day of April, 1906,
O. C. FLAVEL,
w. f. McGregor,
J. WESLEY LADD,
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
at Asforia, in the State of Oregon, at
the clcne of buines, April 6, 100(1.
Loans and discounts $267,306.01
Overdraft, secured and unse
U. S, Bonds to secure circula
Premiums on U. 5. Bonds . . 600.00
Bond Securities, etJc 34,540.10
Banking bouse, furniture and
Other real e'tate owned 4,375.00
Due from National Banks
(not reserve agents) 9,713.03
Due from State Banks and
Due from approved reserve
Checks and other cash itemi . 1,433.23
Notes of other National
Fractional paper currency,
nickles. and cents
Lawful money reserve in bank
Lecal-tender notes . 2,277.0 50,379.00
Redemption fnnd with U. 8.
Treasurer (5 per cent of ear
Capital at oak paid in $ 50.000.00
Surplus fjml lO.OOOJOO
Undivided profit, less ex
pense and taxes paid 36,009.35
National Bank Notes Out-
Individual deposits subject
to cheek $290,184.95
Demand certificates of de
Time certificate of
deposit. 208,948.97 533,762.26
Astoria Savings Bank
Capital Paid in 100,000, Surplus and Undivided Front 155,000.
Transacts a General Banking Business. . Interest Fald on Time Depoalu
163 Tenth Street,
State of Oregon, County of Clatsop,
J, J. fl. Higffins, cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to the best of
y knowledge and belief,
J. E. IIICGTNS.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 13th day of April, 1906.
GEORGE C. FULTON,
GEO. II. GEORGE,
GEO. V. WARREN,
Given under tha susplcts of the
Odd Fellow's Hall
111. ill 24
Mr. Montletb, tot celebrated
biritone; Mb Anna Campbell
pianist; and the Young Ladies'
Clee Club will furnish on of tbe
finest programs ever rendered ia
TICKETS 50 CENTS
THE "CONSERVATORY EDITION" OF STANDARD VOCAL AND
INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC CONTAINS OVER loo SELECTIONS WITH
OUT MOST OF WHICH ANY MUSIC ROOM IS INCOMPLETE.
PRINTED FROM THE FINEST PRINTING PLATES WITH ILLU
MINATED PICTORIAL FRONT PAGES. THEY ARE EQUAL OF
ANY jc. MUSIC PUBLISHED. ONE MILLION COPIES SOLD LAST
YEAR. PRICE io CENTS, BY MAIL n CENTS PER COPYLIST
FURNISHED ON APPLICATION.
J. N. GRIFFIN
BOOKS, STATIONERY, MUSIC, AND SPORTING GOODS.
First National Bank of Astoria, Ore.
Capital and Surplus $100,000
Sherman Transter Co.
HENRY SHERMAN, Maaacar
Hacks, Carriages Baggage Checked and Tranufcrred Trucki and Furnlturs
Wagons Pianos Moved, Boxed and Shipped.
433 Commercial Street
That AH Important Bath Room
Vou have often heard people remark "If I were
ever to build, I would plan
my bath room first and would not put
all my money Into the parlor with all
its finery." That 2s good common sense
sentiment, for the bath room J the nost
Important of all the household. 5
We would like to help you plan your
batn room and will gladly quote you
ir:ce oi; "UadartF Ware, the i est
.tcu suiJtary fi jrturcs made.
J, A. Montgomery, Astoria.
The MORNING ASTORIAN
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