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TIIK DAILY ASTOKIAX. whihU Fill l " Y MOKXINO. APRIL 10. 1JU.
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JOHN T. LIOHTER. Editor.
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cation to tha business manager.
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wetkly In tha Mate of Oregon, has, next
la tha Portland Oregonlan, the largest
kly circulation In the atate.
n.' F. lland'ey Co, are our Fort
lnd gn. and cjplea of the Astorlan
taa be had rr morning at their aland.
tt Third street.
' POK VICE PRESIDENT.
The New York paper have contained
many reference of late to the possi
bility of General McAlpln receiving the
upport of that atate for the Kepubltcan
nomination for th vice presidency of the
United State. They evjn go ao far aa
to lay that It la rumored that the general
haa been eecretly negotiating with the
McKlnley manager to get second place
a th ticket. It 1 said that Mark
yHnn, too la conducting thia stag of
th campaign for the Ohio candidate,
received overture from General McAlpln
a, few day ago. Ihe success of the
attempted negotiation la not known, for
General McAlpln la silent- Some say
that the reason for the secrecy of the
general was because he did not wish to
appear a traitor to Governor Mcrton.
The constitutional restriction of chooa
Isg both the president and vice president
from the same atate, of course, would
During the convention of the National
Republican League of the United Slates
at Cleveland last June General McAlpln
was preaent throughout the three days'
aesaion. Every state but one was tcpre
ented there being LT00 delegates and
18,000 league member present. Gtneral
McAlpln' headquarter were lrequented
by the most prominent Republicans of
th country, who were eager to under
stand the general's exact position. In
reply to the question as to whether he
would allow the Introduction of hla name
to the convention aa a candidate for the
vice presidency he gave an emphatic
denial. Be said that the name of Gov
ernor Morton would be presented by the
Republican of New Tork for the presi
dency, and that the governor should re
ceive his own active support, as well aa
that of every other New Yorker. Gvn
eral McAlpln Insisted that his name
ahould not be even mentioned before the
convention for the vice presidency.
It doe not seem probable that General
McAlpln would send a message to Mark
Hanna with propositions In -egard to a
'combine' with McKlnley, for both t,entle
men were preaent at the convention and
bad ample opportunity for conferring to
gether had they any desire to unite their
- la case that Governor Morton should
fan to receive the nomination for the
presidency, then General McAlpln, with
the solid backing of the state of New
York,' would be a formidable candidate
for the vice presidency, as New York la
too important a state to be unrepresented
on the national ticket
General McAlpln has a large national
acquaintance through hi position of
president of the Republican National
League, with Its hundreds of thousands
of members. He has a great following
In New York state, and tf he has any
political ambition to gratify he would
be a candidate for the gubernatorial
cliair of hh mate. Hi.- widespread In
CUienee in that s'.iie wouli give his name
the". twt avrlDiiK co:nldrailon of every
ip Key jf nubl-.ean.
clv.rrJ M 'Alpln is a man of high
stA .( iriitlon and of largo wealth: but
iie i' rfetrneratlc In his Ideas and Is In
thc,rlosi sympathy with the rank and
fllo of the voters.
The situation on the railroad depot
site ha been reduced to a fine point
A comparatively small -unount of money
will open the door to the prosecution of
a large amount of work this summer on
'. y, the ity. water front and will be the
.raeMur.of starting the construction of
- raany buitlnes blocks, warehoused, the
-"rdnfOt building Jtaelf, a hotel. nd prob
r ' ably on or two actorl. The short-
5 j!-n.tedoe9S of several Iwr I rorx-rty
'w oVra, fUret-n to ieUy this work at
jesFt'Cor jCewweeks, if not longer. The
.Srgtejufoniilly jwccessful work of the enm
.r m:U' t n raising M0.;rom shopk'-ep-rs
,niiae?k flo't onlr deserves the highest
r oerui!,,but hi aJM prima fade evld-nce
tU .t tB bfi been 'done that can done
- ' niiib tliyt clasa of businessmen, and that
. rt i' ocq time for. the others to step
. ' to V'Bd firtlau Up tlie good work already
e.-i'imprljibe. The people today are
Oindlair either together than they have
! j Tr jdtieon any other proposition. This
' 'sit now the time W spilt on technl-
riltli,e r.r-flmtiairxd theories as to the
.. jfVijo'siu oi tht bal ince of responel-,
-it Illy Th cltj cannot rTord, as a com
' ' wunit), rt! Walt any' ionifef for active
:'rw,5-!: -lt' ; Wi(rln''wlOiln tha city limits
O'to:d building the line of road and
il'.c depot. Regardless of what na been
done In the past on any one of the prop
ositions connected with the enterjrlxe;
or who 1 to receive the benefit of the
donations that have be?n wad?, which
will be made, or are now asked for, we
are confronted wltb the simple proposi
tion that 13000 I needed with which to
immediately close the depot natter and
put thing In shape so that every one
can commence to realize some profit upon
what he ha or what he oaa do. In the
future In the building up jat the city.
There are those who can wall two year
for the development of the oily, hut
here there 1 one of that class, there
nrt one hundred who actually need to
m-e thin; moo forward at onve. It Is
not a question of the ultimate construc
tion of the road, and continent pro
peril y of the city -a everyone knows
that matter w.-is nettled long ago. !lut It
Is a question whether some of Iho bene
fits shall be re.llvevl In ISM or not.
The good roads movement Is nutkti'.g
steady pi-OK'S l.i estimation at as!t
inKton, a clrvmusun.-c which appear to
be In large part owing to the thorough
ness of organisation shown by It. Ref
erence haa already been made to the
house bill providing for the creation of
a special commission n highways, whose
purpose I to Inquire .rcnernlly how the
government may further promote th Im
provement of highways, and the best
method of securing a svlcntitlc location
of highway on the 'ubllc .IcmUii. the
employment of the geological survey In
the discovery of road materials and the
free testing of these, and the construction
of modern roads and Instruction In road
making at agricultural college and ex
perimental stations. It appears that let
ter and telegram have poured In from
every part of he country Indorsing the
Mil and urging Its enactment by congress.
It Is understood that in effort will even
be made to secure the adoption of planks
In the party platforms advocating road
Improvement. As usual, the associations
of wheelmen are active agents In promot
ing the progress of the good roads move
ment. The Globe-Democrat says the statement
of Mr. KauiTmi-n, of the KaufTman Mill
ing Company, of St. Louis, one of the
largest exporters of flour In the country,
that the sale of that concern In Cuba
and Porto Rico taw to f000 per month
before the reciprocity trestle were made,
and about per month during the
time the treaties were In force, whereas
aince th repeal of the treatle they have
fallen to from WOW to $0 per month,
I a conclusive argument In favor of the
party which established the reciprocity
policy and will restore it as soon a
Again, the hard-working men In the
treasury" department of the United States
have labored In vain to bilng up the
national Income to .-assuring rtgure.
They have done all tb?y could to present
March as a sign of good times. Still,
the revenue remains deAetent. Mr. Car
lisle seems to have been able, with the
whole talent of his .'epartrnent to help
him, to ccme within ten millions of
guessing up to the rteflcltncy for the
fiscal year, as It must now come out:
and that was, for Democratic financiers,
doing remarkably well
DEPOT SITE SUBSCRIPTIONS.
The List of Patriotic Cltlxens Who Want
to See the Town Go Ahead.
Foard. Stoke and Janaen i
Van Lusen Investment Company.
New Astoria Land a: Trist Co....
W. L. Robb
R. L. Boyle It Co
W. D. and S. D. Adair mote)....
F. W. Newell
Eherm.in &. Thine
Sam E. Harris
W. E. Warren
C. M. Cutblrth
J O. llar.thorn
G. V. Porter
A. G. Chutter
. 10" 00
H. H. Ingalls
O. W. Dunbar
Evensun A Cook
Dr. E. Jansen ...
O. F. Morton
Charles E. Goddard
Mrs. Gust Holmes
Mrs. M. H. Lelnenweber
Mrs. F. C. Reed
W. F. McGregor
Oregon Trading Company
Ross, HIgglns & Co. (upper store)
Mrs. Auir. Larsen
L. O. Haven..
Our Corner Saloon
Ferd. B. Levy
A. B. Dalglty
Dr. J. A. Bartel
Mrs. J. M. Olsen
O. P. Brower
J. H. Laturworthy
Mrs. Betsy Moberg
Mrs. P. H. Johnson
A. B. Crosby
J. H. Seymour
R. S. Norrls
E. U Belli?
C U. Edwards
Mike Mouh r
... 15ll 00
J. F. Hamilton 10 01
Griffin & Hetd 20 00
C. S. Brown &) 00
S S. Gordon 20 00
Swan Wilson 10 00
Jeff 10 00
C. E. Lain 10 CO
T. J. Thorsn 10 (0
Ah x. Campbell 10 00
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Old Medal, Midwinter Fair.
. . Most Perfect Made.
40 Year the Standard.
Consisting of on hat of FARM BUILDINGS nd ono hl
of 78 8ubJot. DOMESTIC ANIMALS, to. Tbo ar to
pleas the children. Th Farm Houo and Animal ran
b cut out and mad to stand, thu makUig a cotuplt
Mlnlatur Farui Yard.
3 Ways to Get This Farm :
tr f 8 Cowponi i or
bi?lu 1 Coupvvo uJ 6 Genu t or
10 Oouu without aj Coupon, to
LCKWILL' DURHAM TOBACCO CO.. DURHAM. N. C.
oad th Farm will b nl you POSTPAID. You will find
on Coupon lnsld each J oudl bag, and two Coupon
tnald each 4 ouuc bag of
BiacKv-eirs Genuins Durnam ToDaGCO.
Buv ban of this Crtrbralcxl SmokinR Tolcc, nI read tho
COUX0, WlllCn fives a iim oi
I CENT TAMPS ACCCPTtO.
ltws, lliKliis ,V- Co
l R HlKKlns
C. It. Thompson
George S Georue
A. A. Cleveland
J. V. Siirprenant
It. F. Allen Son
i S. Dow
F. I. Dunbar
Chris Peterson .
J. W. Hare
C. S Gunderson
v. Ziegl. r
Dr. M. M. Walker
C W. Louuhrcv
K. vl. Uocers
J. W. Conn
H. J. Wherrtty
R t. Prael
J. S. Delllnirer
J P. LundQulst
M 8. Copcland
I. M. Jeffrtes
J. A. Fnstahend
A. J. Megler
K. M Richardson
W. F. Sehlebe
J. H. Wyatt
A R Cyrus Co
Pacific Commission Company
C. S. Wright
Captain G. Heed
J. L Crandall
R F. Humphrey
F. O. Drury
Prael A Gray
A. A. Saarl
A. Pnldamls ,.
J. P. Bain
I'pper Astoria School
A L. Clark
O. A. Doth
K. A. McCue
Astoria .Abstract T. A T. Co
Masonic Land A Bldg Ass'n
I' l IX
Total I C SO
Previous list l.'.ll i0
Total $ 21T ro I
THIRD DA f.
R. ,M. Wright
J. A. Kakln
Miss MaKnin Davidson
Mrs. A. Montgomery
Mrs. Thomas Russell
A. C. Carlson
W. L. Welnhart
J. Q. A. Uowlby
G. C. Fulton
Gen. Office A. C. R. R
W. V. TeL Co
Trustee for Ellen A. Mend-ll.
2 00 I
2 00 i
, i 312 00
Total 279 50
From a letter written by Rev. J. Oun
derman. of Dlmondale, Mich., we ar
I-ermltted to make ths extrjet: "I have
no hesitation in recommend. ng Dr. King
New Discovery, aa the r-suits were al
most marvelous In the eQa, of my wife.
While I was paster of the Hip 1st
church at Rlves Junction she was brought
down with pneumon.a succeeding la
srlppe. Terrible paroxysms of couhlig
ou,d last hours with little Interruption
and seemed as if she could not sur
vive the-m. A friend recommended Dr.
King's New Discovery; It was quick In
Its work and hlxtily satisfactory In re
sults." Tr.al bottles free at Charles
Rogers' drug store. Regular size, 50c
THERE ARE OTHERS.
Yonkers Home Journal and .ews.
"Can I write my name 'inder the re
ceived payment on this hill?" asked the
collector, who likes to put things as deli
cately as possible.
"No, thank you," replied Mr. Urokcly,
"I'm no autograph fiend."
Electee Bitter 1 a medicine suited for
any season, but perhaps more gencrslly
needed In the spring, when the languid
exhausted feeling I prevailing, when th
liver Is torpid and sluggixb and the seed
of a tonic and alterative Is felt. A
prompt use of thi medicine Ins often
averted long and perhaps fatal bilious
fever. No medicine will act more surely
In counteracting and freeing the system
bottle at Chas. Rogers' drug store.
NOT TO BE CONGRATULATED.
Knddy Ho Oadby W dead?
Du'lrty Yes poor fellow, he lins gone
to his reward at last.
Fuddv Mrnnire how a fellow's Ill-luck
will follow him sometime.
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Castoria. j
uuia nmiiuu uvu s-.
T!ie 1'reneh roernmMit has decided to
e.uiiiniie to M. Pasteur's widow iho an-
mi a I pension of !f.'i friars granted to
Ik r husband In INOA.
tw ri.s of Tvwut'a Utile Early
Risers Just for th good they will do
i you. These little Pills are good for In
j digestion, good for headache, good for
I liver complaint, sood for ronstlpatloii.
' They ar." good. Chaa Bogrrs.
M. l.ovson, famous na "l'ere Mya
1 elnihr." l lu. ihe tirlent lecturing on
Mos, s. Mohammed all I Christ. Ills i (
fort Is to reconcile Islanilsm and Chris
J Children Cry for
! Pitcher's Castoria.
I The uenoruil estate left bv Lord l.rlgh
ton Is appraised at fci.eu0. The hei
are his two sisters, and the will devlolng
the prnerty to them was made on the
day the artist died
Rurns ar absolutely palnlea when De
Wltt's Witch llasel Salve is promptly
applied. This statement Is trua A per
fect remedy for skin diseases, chapped
hands and lips, and never falls to cur
pllea Cha. Roger.
Actor Your play seems loo hroad
I Writer Well, we can m ike It an act
! longer, theti.-lvtrolt Trltiune.
ROYAL Baking Powder.
Highest of all la leavening
Strength. V. S. aoveraawat Report
I "I hear Jack Fortescue l 111 What
I Is the -.rouhle"" ile w is fro-t-bltten
I niu ne was k m:i
j pose.1 to a lloston girl
"No: he pro-l--trilt
All the patent medicines advertised In
I this paper, together with the choicest
' perfumery, and toilet articles etc., can
be bought at th Ion est prices at J.
Conn's drug store, opposite Occidental
Protessor Why does the duck put hef
iKad under water! Pupil -For divers
reasons. jrofesor W hy does she go
on land? Pupil For sundry reason.
When Baby was sick, w gae her Caatorlav
When the iu a Child, the cried for Csstoria.
When she became Mbsa, she clung to Castoria.
WheaaheL TiUdrea, she gs them Castoria.
I In the Park. My darling, providence
I Is with you even when I t ik the candle
j awav." "Well, naiiher. d.-ar, would you
niln. I t iklng Providence and leaving the
The U. S. Oov't Reports
thow Royal Baking Powder
superior to all others.
Helen And he actually kissed you. For
mi rey's Kike, why didn't you scream?
Henrietta -How allly of you: How can
one scream when one's lips are In a kiss
lug position? " Boston Trans'Tlpt.
A little 111. then a little oil. The 111
ha gone, the pill haa won. DeWltt'l
Little Early Rls-rs are the little pill that
cure great ins. mas. nogers.
"He Is very gllted," said Miss Oush
Ington. "Why, he can sit down and
write poetry by the yard." "Yes," re.
plied the envious rlvel "The only dlfll
culty Is taht the public reads It by the
Inch." Washington Star.
It's just as easy to try One Mlnut
Cough Cure as anything else. It s easier
to cur a sever cough or cold with it
Let your next purchase for a cough be
One Minute Cough Cure. Better medi
cine; better result; better try It. Cha.
She It Is all so nice for ou to go
down to the club to break the monotony
and nil that sort of thing, but where do
1 come In? He You get y mr share In
getting rid of me for awhile." Cincin
Busy people have no lime, and sensible
people have no Inclination to use a slow
remedy. Onf Minute Cough Cure acts
promptly and gives permanent benefit.
Professor What has become of Tom
Appleton? Wasn't he studying with the
class last year? "Ah, yes; Appleton
poor fellow! A fine student, leit nhsent
mlnded In the use of chemleals very.
That dlseoloratlon on the celling -notlee
It?" "Yes." "That's Appleton. "-Pear-son's
A DETERMINED WOMAN
recently kno'ked down a burglar and
held him until the arrival of assistance.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medb al Discovery Is
a medicine that checks the frightful In
roads of Scrofula, and, If taken In time,
arrests the march of Pulmonary Con
sumption. It cures Indigestion anil dys
pepsia, chronic diarrhea and similar ail
ments. TMk woml'Tful medicine has
also g lined great celebrity In curing
fever and nirue. r.hllls and fever, dumb
ague ami like disfases.
Asthma cured by newly discovered
treatment. Address, for free pamphlet,
testimonials and references, World's Dis
pensary Medical Association, HtifTalo,
A Compromise "I am willing lo give
up eating pie with a knife," said Ihe
fond father to his solicitous daughter,
"If I may also give up signing cheeks
with a pen. Is It a go?" It went not.
We mlht tell you more about One
Minute Cough Curs, but you probably
know that It cures a cough. Every on?
does who has used It. It Is a perfect
remedy for coughs, colds, hoarseness. It
Is an especial favorite for children, be
ing pleasant to take and quick In curing.
J OH tT Litiin" ii It."
ATTttKNK Y-AT-LA W,
titllce, upstairs, Astorlsn ttulldlng.
DR. Kll.IV JANKON,
PHYSICIAN AND bt'lUllCON
tifrlc ovr OlMn' drug tor. Hour.
lo II a. nt.i I to t and T to I p, m. Hun
day. 10 to It.
Hit. U. it. KSTKS,
THYHICI N AND I'UHOKON
Cpm'lsl attention 10 dlseaar (if worn
an and aiirverv.
Offlo over lauslirar s stora, Aatort
relephon No M
JAY Tt'TTLK), M U
PHYSICIAN PU KG ICON. AND
Orrloe, Rooms and . Pythian
Building. Iloui. Id to 11 and I U
1 Heal dene, Uy, CVlar trL
rT T. CROUlir.
M Commercial Street.
V. M. UFurc. S. a Smith.
LaFORCK A SMITH.
M CommtrcuU trt.
J yj. A. HOWLBY.
ATTOHNET AND COUNSELOR
(lines on Seoond Strt Atori. Or.
J. N. Dolph. Richard Nixon
Chester V. Dolph.
DdU'lL NIXON DOLPH.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Portland. Oregon, U 25. St, and .
Hamilton Building. All legal and col
leotton busine promp'.ly attended to.
Claima agaliutt th government a sp
TUMPLK LODGE Na 1. A. IT. and
A. M. Regular communication bald
n th drat and third Tueaday vntuf
if ach month.
O. W. LOUN8HKRRY, W. M.
R. C. MOIJDEN. aLMMtary.
W. C. CAM ELI
171 Tenth trL
When in ponTLANtiloaii on Ji
F. Ilandley a Co.. 1M Third street, and g
th Daily Astorlan. Visitor nd n
mis their morning paper whll thar.
AND OTHER COAST POINTS
R. P. Elmore
W. H. Harrison
OPEN FOR SPECIAL CHARTER
Silling dam to and tram Tillamook
sad Nchalcs depand upon
For Freight and Pssasngar
Rats Apply To
ELMORE. SANBORN & CO.
0. R. A N. CO., AicnU. Portland.
Are You Going East?
B ur and se that your ticket
- Tbli l th
GREAT SHORT LINE
And all Points East and
Their MagnMoent Track, PeerleM Ves
UbulM uining ana nieeyiug it
Train and Motto:
"ALWAYS ON TIME "
Have given this road a national reputa
tion. All claasea of passenger carried
on the ventlbuled train without extra
charge. Bhlp your freight ana travel
over thli famous Une. All agent! hav
W H. MEAD, F. C. BAVAQE,
Qen. Agent. Trav. r. ana r. Agt.
H8 Washington at. Portland. Or.
A complete stock of lumber on hand
i the rough or dresned. Flooring, rus-
Ic, celling, and all kinds of ftnlxh;
mouldings and shingles; also bracket
work don to order. Terms reasonable
and prices at "bedrock. All orders
promptly attended to. Office and yard
at mill. H. F. L. LOGAN, Prop'r.
Is lhr a man with heart so cold,
That from his family would withhold
Th cotuftrta which t bey all could itnd
lit arilels of r'l'UNl I'l'llK of the right
And w. would aiiggiMt at this soason a
nice Hldloerd, Kxlnslon Tabl. or st
of Dining Chair. W hire tut largest
and finest Hit vr shown In I lis oily
ami at prle that cannot fall lo pleas
th cloaoat buytr.
HEILROKN & SON.
). A FASTAHICND,
HOUSE, BRIDGE ANO (DHARF BUILDER
Heat Mavlng Taala tat Hnt.
A. V. ALUKN,
Grovfrlf , Flour, FrrJ, PtovNIon, Fruit
Vf getjMrs, Cm;ker', OI anj
PlatfJ Wre. l.oit,f n' Suppllr v
Cot. Cats auJ Sumi Simla AihxU, On
Wall Ptf. Anuu' Maisrlalt, Palais,
Oili. ilM. ah. Ji'n Maltlaft.
Kua asj lUaitnw liw4i
Jc5 Coittnterclol Htret.
1 Sliip Cluindflery,
i Iron it Sti't'l,
i (Jrooorios it rrovisitiiis,
I Flour it Mill Fetnl,
j Taints, Oils, Varnislien,
i Iiftors Supplies,
, Poors it Windows,
, Agricultural Implements
Waona A Vehieltw.
The Oasis of tup
BELOW IHE LEVEL
OH THE SEA
Dry and Pure Tropical
Pronounced by Physicians the
most Favorable in America
for Sufferers from . '. .
Lung Diseases and
Many Remarkable Cures
Th objection urged agatnat Indio In
the past by the large numbers who
othewla would hav been glad to take
advantag of It beneficial climate, haa
bn a lack of suitable accommodation.
Th Southern Pacific Company take
pleasure In announcing that several
have Juat been erected at Indio station.
that will be rented to applicants at r-a-
onabl rate. They are furnished with
modern conveniences, supplied with pur
artealcn water and so situated aa to glvt
occupants all th advantage to be de
rived from a more or leas protracted
residence In till dxllghtful climate.
(From the Ran Francisco Argonaut.)
'In the heart of the great desert of the
Colorado which the Southern Pacific.
traverses thero If an oaala called Indio,
which, In our opinion, Is the sanitarium
of the earth. W bdlevs, from personal
nvestlgatlon, that for cfrlnln Individuals,
there la no spot on this planet so favor
O T. Stewart, M. t., wrltea: "Tho
purity of th air, and th aternat sun
shine, nil on with wond'T and delight
Nature has accompllxhid ac
much that there remains but little for
man tu do. A to Its possibilities a
health retort here Is the most perfect
sunshine, with a temperature always
pleasant, a perfectly dry soil, for rain Is
an unknown factor: purs oxygen, dense
atmosphere and pure water. What more
can be desired? It Is the place, above
all others, for lung troubles, and a para
dlse for rheumatics. Considering th.!
number of sufferer who hav been
cured, I have no hesitancy In recom
mending this genial oasis as the haven
of th afflicted."
Is 612 miles from
and 130 miles from
Fare from Los Anf;elef
ITor further lnfV,rmBHni 1-ahIm j
any Southern Paclflo Company agent,
m p. RooEma,
At. Gen. Paa. Agt. B. p. Co.
J. B. KIRKLAND,
Cor. First nd Alder Sta, Portland, Or.
HUilil on a tuaranhta by alt dnur
(tat. 1 eunss Incipient I ..naurnptlua
(auilrih best Cough a"t (iiup Otur.
T Hal by I. W. Omn.
J. 13. WYATT,
PAINTM nitd OILH.
pil AltantlM Paid plyll kls.
URUMNHR & HOLMUS.
Hpavtal attontliin paid to laamboal re
pairing, first -olaaa hunaaliolng. ta
loccinc camp qork a specialty
117 (Hny trt. between Third and
kad r-wrtb, Aatorta, Or.
Or at thy other tltn
alien yott wlab a i"'l
cigar ask lor lb well
kuowii, luiiiie- luailo,
Imiul tnwlc, while lalxir
"Un Hell Asttnria "
(YikkKhI by all smoker
Id Ik tk lie I cigar
W. F. SCI 1 1 Hill:,
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They Lack Life
Thr ar twine uld to fishermen
on th Columbia river that ataod la
th itim relatlonahlp to Marahall'a
Twin aa a wooden Image due to tho
human being (hey lack trength Ufa
vnnea and lasting quallU, Don't
tool yourself Into th belief that other
twine bMldea Manahall' will do "Jujrt
a well." They won't. They oanooL
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