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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (May 27, 1908)
WEDNESDAY, MAY 27,
THE MORNING ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
How Is the Time for You
to Do Your Hustling
Help Out Your Favorite Candidate By Sub
scribing for the Astorian or Paying Up
Your Subscription in Advance
irian Rrt-at contest 11
thrtuc of eonvei xitiim in ilirnixjitiilit
of lioinc in Aitorin, That u due to
the fai't that the young women who
are vitally interested in it arc doing
will it to date and are now doing n
lot of huxtlhiK a well in their friend)),
The dendid Kro automobile and
Kitntiall piano are now on exhibition
and hIiow to the people that we arc
K"inn to do jiiNt a we stirred, and
their and the other prize will k" to
the yotnitf Indict who rightfully win
them, and who, through their popu
larity and effort, arc entitled to them,
without any impartially hcing hhown
Keinemhcr, you will win on your
merit at a business hustler for the
Astorian, it is impossible to get votei
any other way than by getting sub
scriber to thi newspapers. No one
can buy votes bear this in mind.
Thi i what make a contest of
this kind o popular and fills the field
with bright young ladie to whom the
public i very much interested, and
the Astorian feel that it has struck
a popular chord in inaugurating a
contest of this kind and carrying it on
mo successfully and impartialy up to
There ts a ballot box In the Ae
toran office where the votei may be
deposited for any young ladies whom
you may see fit to vote for. If you
cannot bring the ballots to the office,
end them in by mail to the Contest
Manager and the votes will be ac
corded to the young lady for whom
they are intended. The votes are
counted twice, so there can be no
mistake as to the proper number of
ballots accorded to each candidate.
The votes are always open for inspec
tion to insure a fair deal.
HOW TO WIN.
The easiest and quickest way to win
it foe candidates to ask their friends to
to compete in this contest.
Anyone who delires to vote In thi
contest may do to by ballots cut
from the Dally and Weekly Astorian
or by special vote coupons obtained
by subscribing to the Astorian. The
coupons secured by subscribing
the Astorian may be held as long
desired and voted at any time up to
the desired close of the contest, but
ballots cut from the Astorian are only
good for one week from publication
and will not be counted if voted after
the date printed on the ballot.
I'ersons living in one district are
not confined to voting for ladies in
their own particular district, but may
vote for anybody in the race.
The offer affords the girls of As
toria and surrounding territory an
excellent opportunity to travel or re
ceive i business education at the ex
pense of the Astorian.
The districts will be divided as fol
lows: First district will include all
the City of Astoria east of Twenty
second street; second district will in
dude all the City of Astoria east of
Ninth street to Twenty-second; third
district will Include all the City of
Astoria west of Ninth atreet to city
limits; fourth district will include all
the towns in and around Ilwaco and
Chinook; fifth district will include the
towns of Hammond, Warrenton and
FRANK J. DONNBRBERQ.
Frank J. Donnerberg, who several
months ago opened a handsome jew
elry store at 574 Commercial street,
has won a reputation that has brought
him what is perhaps the best trade in
the city. After 16 years' experience in
the large jewelry and watchmaking
stores of San Francisco and Portland
Mr. Donnerberg came to Astoria and
prepay their subscription for 6 to 12 opened a small place at 110 Eleventh
. . a !! -
months, it costs tne suoscrmer noin- street, confining himself largely to
ing extra to do this and they are repairing watches, and carrying a
aaved the annoyance of weekly and ;8mai lt0ck of jewelry and watches
monthly collections. By so doing you nt customers found him a good
receive a special vote ballot which " watchmaker and discovered they were
good any time during the contest. gjven fa;r treatment and patronized
Orders for the prizes will be given .him liberally, enabling him to in-
the successful contestants at the 'crease his stock rapidly. Mr. Donner
close of the contest; same may be berg is a broad-minded business man,
used by the contestant herself or i and, his up-todate stock includes all
disposed of in any manner she may j the newest styles which he purchases
ee fit from New York and San Francisco
Anv vouno- ladv residing in the 'wholesalers, and hia establishment is
above mentioned territory is eligible a credit to the city.
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For Infanta and Children.
ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT.
slmllatlngdKflxxfaiKlRrdttii1 ting (lie Stomadis andBowas of
Promofes DigpstlonXSif etfiaV
ncss and Restontalns neltttr
Opium.Morphine nor Miami.
Hon , Sour Stomach.Dlarrtaa
Iicss and LOSS OF SLEEP.
Facsimile Signature or , .
The Kind You Have
List of Nominations.
FIRST DISTRICT Includea all the City of Astoria eaat of Twenty
second atreet to City Limits.
Miss Esther Mattila, 1336 Grand avenue 37,919
Miss Rose Nordstrom, 216S Bond... 33,954
Miss Margaret Avaina, 222 33d atreet , 32,658
Miss Clara Larson, 1411 Franklin avenue 30,919
Miss Annie Buc, 1660 Franklin avenue ...30,060
Miss Mamie Wilson, 364 35th street ..29,974
MissEnberg, 2323 Cedar street 28,965
Miss Nellie Davis, 1702 Franklin avenue 23,961
Miss Nellie Anstedt, 1653 Irving avenue 14,974
SECOND DISTRICT-Includes til the City of Astoria cut of Ninth to
MissLydia Yoder , , 41,513
Miss Mary Fossett, 749 Grand avenue 34,914
MissLelah Gilbaugh, with Hoefler.t 32,978
Miss Martha Foard, 392 17th street 32,916
MissOlga Heilborn, 592 Franklin avenue 31,378
Miss Mary Boentgen, 538 Duan 28,987
Missjeanie S. Lynch, 74. Franklin avenue 27,978
Miss May Dench, 3731 18th street 27,733
Miss Birdie Wise, 478 Harriaon street ..27,454
Miss Hattie Tallant, 682 Grand avenue 25,848
Miss Mabel Simington, 395 15th street 25,824
Miss Hazel Hamlin, with A. R. Cyrus 25,335
MissArmella Grussi, 775 Franklin avenue 23,194
Miss Edna Campbell, 458 Commercial street 18,757
Miss Birdie McCrosky, 719 Duane 18,609
Miss Alice Nelson, 578 Grand avenue. 17,648
Misa Elsie Elmore, 385 14h street 16,978
THIRD DISTRICT-Includes aU the City of Astoria west of Ninth
street to City Limits.
MissFrancea Norberg, 233 Alameda avenue 56,984
Miss Ella Fowell, 171 Exchange..., 53,741
MissLeta Drain, 244 6th street..... 36,723
Miss Edith Smith, 189 6th street. 36,163
Miss Mary Gregory, 545 8th atreet 35,476
Miss Maude Ross, 103 2nd street 32,940
Miss Esther Anderson, 368 Kensington 31,046
Mrs. Arthur Hess, 341 7th street 28,790
Miss Nancie Reed, 91 Bond, at P. 0 21,798
Misa May Parker, 291 6th street 21,487
Miss Esther Gearhart, 359 Grand avenue 19,966
Miss Ruth Blinn, 386 9th street 17.914
Miss Hazel Estes, 237 Commercial street 16,822
Miss Nellie Hagman, 108 Aator 13,971
Miss Alma Baker, 261 W. Astor 10,998
FOURTH DISTRICT Includes the Towns of Ilwaco and Chinook and
territory on the north side of the river.
Miss Elinor Williams, Ilwaco 26,658
Miss Olive Thompson, Chinook 25.684
Miss Ida Williamson, Ilwaco 20,778
Miss Myrtle Alexander, Chinook 15,928
FIFTH DISTRICT-Include the Towns of Warrenton, Hammond and
Seaside and all territory in Clatsop County outside of Astoria.
Miss Louise Brown, Hammond 28,829
Miss Nettie Utzinger, Seaside 28,619
Miss Mabel Taylor, Flavel 25,983
Miss Eva Coffman, Seaside 24,609
Miss Eva Parker, Warrenton 23,949
Misa Hazel Vannice, Warrenton 23,341
Mrs. C. E. Linton, Warrenton 22,920
Miss Edith Haney, Seaside 20,922
Miss Anna Sijpirdsen, Warrenton 10,697
NOT GOOD AFTER MAY 27, 1908.
Good for one vote when filled out and sent to The Astorian
office by mail or otherwise on or before expiration date. No ballot
will be altered in any way, or transferred after being recevied by the
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Besides the votes given on subscriptions there will be a coupon published
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count as one vote. These coupons must be mailed to the Morning Astorian
Contest Manager before the expiration printed on each ballot.
Contest Closes Tuesday, June 16, 1908.
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