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Sb/ni- Weekly Herald. • ;• M '* v , T,,n 6day at 40S ■ telephone 3MI j>.. .1 < AIINM. I .Ui-r»rrtlT.| . tMor ■Hmattat -I : K- ' KTION KATES. One yen- — Hx ... 1 •>' On-; >* kxtk-. Dtaplay-Tcl Hue Insertion. Kt»der»-f • ■ ' ■ ' soWHb - who . pll * r * . ' • ;•! nv »vr'i.ia «- <«•'. •?■'*■. ... i r . >ni WeiiH-s --rd•*> ij » , v d ' ' ' ___ — The Hera i :• «»»• KK'rn Gravs H ' •• r -" 5 Creha'-* ~< t. /. .v ... V T.er paper .ncr.ena... ' _ r j contracts are county. A...eri.-.u» n-rci-von ha=ed open this claim cf circulation. ® a : . J",. a n ootttracta execu and " • y will be tor !y true. COMPi.II" :• 'N SUPPRESSED. . ,i „ ,-ial attorr.ev« !o i fit* i Hp 1 ri ■ i :•- -» tl t,e Interstate C nirnerce Commission rejommei.d» tha". tbeatto ney-general ol tie Cni'ed st tes take action to annul t ie contra." between the Union I'acifi. »-,d Rock t»land luilroadafor the control of the CI : ag £ Alton railroad, *bich WIH virtually wrecked by the llftrritmn syndicate. The net startling announcement n this report is "that railroad competiti n ht« t.ee.l su|.R"-s.-d in an area equal o one-third of the United States;" and •'that the profits of the great railroads of the Far West are being n®ed to buy stocks and control systems in the Last, instea I of building more roads for the development -f the West." Vet after ibis exposure of the d-als of Harriman and other tailroad magnate* Hiey are in dignant that the legislatives of tie states included in the "areaerjnal to one* third of the T.'nited States" should legih* late to compel railroad corporations to charge reasonable rates instead of ex tracting vast sums from to buy the stocks of eastern railroads. The fact that the attorney-general of the United States needs prodding to protect 1t l »e pu -»Ii•: interests shows that the chief reliance of the plundered people must be , through their own direct representatives in their state legislatures, rather than j the procrastinating action of federal offi cials. Those good democratic doctrines of Mate Kights and 'Home Rule are much ! more effective than all the boasted Btrenuonsneps of the present admin stra tion. To guard those state rights from the encroachment of federal power by preserving all reserved rights not g r anted bv the constitution to the national gov ernment. is the only wav for the people to secure redress < f wrongs and preserve their liberty. Not a railroad if charging lower rateg by reason '.f the l'-yiHiation <f congress nr prosecutions of the Roosevelt admin istration, but the legislatures of many states have enac'ed laws which comiel the railr«>a<l s to charge reduced rates T.ilk of fv-n the strenuous type is cheap, but it takes drastic law 9 to control rail road corpora'ions. It is reported that a citizen of Wash ington has heen "tapping" the govern ments wirelei-s messages.J" If the presi dent's opinion of Foraker were to he put on the wireless, the wire tapper's plant would probably be burned'out. "I am convinced," says Secretary Hoot "tint one of the plainest [duties of citi zenship is hopefulness."j f And Messrs. Fairbanks and ( I!r\an are discharging that duty in a most commendable man ner. "What's the matter at Panama?" asks the Topeka Journal, "Nobody has re signed f';r three weeks.".; Just now, we under • !, the-. ;,e to busy fighting inos.juit je to (ill out resignation blanks. 'i111 11 :i nnoilii-r i f newspapers in this country .1 r«- a- al.cn we are to have tariff n-vinioi . We suspect it will he about tin? tin,! airshipn are Hold for a dollar dowi , and a<! il!ara week. •lark ! i.ilon, ( has, (i. J). Roberts?, and Rev. \\ m. J. Long got theirs from the president all riyht. Hut we are at a loss to know whether they are "undesira ble citizens or ]Ust % cummon liars. A Ch Hit i » i -n\- -:<» i» e'.'ing t<> ! "t V t >k« .p •.1 - j ■r iI - "treej and il. j V I I. >" !' ' B-jtiie if 'lie men would relate tu gi\e tier j a lijlr. Tue H'ir Kdii of Corporation* grave.y | a nil - ilemn > avers that the Standard i i» 1 c■it'hih "d-rt « 'ho law." Tbifcon-j ii h- ,iir ,Urs ■ii-p'.'i n«. V'r»- "fi ;-f -«v - • - <■-> -fienw hurt hitn. Ii -aa- !•••!'«' q'lite a sfiuvk to hi® nerv . to discover that he ; 'i «d a conscience. And S'andard Oil pull "What a-~ yrm j ir t . d.i ahnnt it?'' Tweed • t d that onre a' 1 found out what we d'd. T'ie "pen " The royal hahv in Spain v\i!i remain ! for 'line in ignorance of the far? that he ha«* encnyh names to ttait a citv j | «.li rectory. Gov. Hughes i« rated as a second rate fiddle player by tigentlemen who are organ zinthe Republican National or chestra. The Cr.ic.ii!" Examiner rinds there are other th ; t in -prtng besides love ami poetry, Carpet beating lor instance. Senator Allison -aye, "l'he tariff is go ing to be a live issue soon." "-ame old story. Not >et. but soon. ALONG THE; WATER FRONT. Vessels Commg]anrt Going and Loading at the Saw Mills. The schooner Allen A. is at the Burrows mill loading fur San I'edro. The "earner Centralia ie loading a. the slade mill for California Dorts. The s'eamer Fair Oaks is at the Slade mill loading lor fori-inn ports. The st ainer Newburg nailed from the S'ade mill for San l'eiiro, Tuesday. The steamer Mendona is taking on lumber t the Slp.de mill for San I'edro. The schooner Manila sailed yesterday from the Slade mill for Santa Rosalia, Mexico. The steamer Fairbanks arrived from San I'e Iro Tuesday an-! is loading at the Slaie mill. Tuesday, the steamer Carmel. which ha I been loading at the U. S. mill, left for San Pedro. The steel steamer Tallac sailed yester for Sin Francisco fromjthe Anderson it Middle ton mill. The schooner Edward R.JWest hiuied into the Slade mill yesterday morning to load for San Francicoo. 'I he schooner Sophia Christianson is at the Aberdeen Lumber & Shingle mills loading lor San Francisco. The steamer Santa Monica arrived in |iort Saturday, and is loading at the American mill for >»n Pedro. T..e schooner Retriever arrived from Gtiayin is, Mexico, Tuesday and is 1 ad ing at ih. A. J. West mill for Honolulu. The steamer Fulton which paid off her crew an I iaid up last week at Monte.ano tias been chartered and will go to Will apa Harbor, to load lumber for Southern California. Yet He Didn't Need Them. lie bird been calling on a young lady for many moons; but. being backward, bis suit progressed slowly. Finally she decided It was up to her to start some thing. so the next time he called she pointed to the rose in bis buttonhole and said: "I'll give you a kiss for that rose." A large, open face blush meandered over lils countenance, but the exchange was made. Then he grabbed his hat and started to leave the room. "Why, where are you going?" she asked in surprise. "To the—er—florist for more roses," he exclaimed. Dangerous Ignorance. If his son came to him and said, "I want you to show me on a piece of pa per bow Uils house Is drained and why such traps are used," could the average citizen satLsfy that son? Of course he could not. A few might be able to do so, but the average man Is an Ignorant person on all questions of hygiene. —G. 11. It. Dabbs, M. I).. In ('. B. Fry's Magazine. All Hers. "I'm told," said Miss I'epprey, "that your bride is very pretty." "Yes, indeed," replied Mr. Con Seet. "Several of the guests at the ceremony were pleased to call It 'a wedding of beauty arid brains.'" "Iteally? She must be a remarkable woman to have beauty and brains too." —Philadelphia I'ress. Ho Listened to All. Fontenelle listened to everything, and he offended no one by disputing any thing. At the close of his life he was asked the secret of his success, and lie replied that it was by observing two maxims, "Everybody may be right" and "Everything may be so." The true strength of every human soul Is to tie dependent on as many nobler as It can discern and to be de pended upon by as manf inferior hs tt cun reach.—-Ituskin. ABERDEEN HERALD. THURSDAY. JUNE 1". T'OT The AOUAPDRA FILTER r\ *> ft 4 vr II No. I—2AxlO: 1") gallons per hour: price $7.50 No. 2 —3x12: capacity 2o gal lons per hour: price $12.50 No. 3 — capacity 50 gal lons per hour; price $17.50 Water Absolutely Pure and Clear And recommended by Board of Health of all cities For Sale by C. A. Pita! Hup? 315 E- Market St. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE .State oI Washington in and lor Che (talis County. In the Matter of the Guar dianshipof lie Person and 1 Order to Estate of Nathan Eugene f Show Cause. Frv, a Minor. J It appearing to this court bv the peti tion tliie day presented and filed by N - ih,ui O. Fry, tlie guardian of trie person and estate of Nathan Eugene Fry. a minor, that it is necesttty to eell a por tion of the real estate of said minor to pay taxes and for the purpose of making a better investment ot ttie funds of said ward. It is therefore ordered by this court that all persons interested in said ward and his estate appear before the said Su perior Court on the 24thriay.nl June, 1997, at ttie hour of ten o'clock A. M. of said day at the court room of said court at the court house in the City of Monte sano. Chehalis County, Washington, to show cause why an order should not be granted t i said guardian to sell so much and such part ot said real estate as shall be necessary. It is further ordered that a copy of this order be published once each week for four successive weeks in the Aberdeen Hekai.d, a newspaper printed anil pub lished in said count". Dated this 23d day of May. 1007- Mason Ikwis, Judge of said Superior Court. First publication May 23. 1907. Last publication June 2d, 1907. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF TIIK Slate of Washington, in ami for Cne halis County. Joseph Carter, 1 Plaintiff, j vs. Summons. Mary E. Carter, Defendant, j The State ot Washington, to the said Mary E. Carter, defendant: You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty days after the date of ttie first publication of this summons, to wit: within sixty days alter the ltith day of May, 19u7, ami defend the within above entitled action, in the above en titled court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned, attorney for the plaintiff, at his office below stated, and in case of your failure so to do, judg ment will be rendered against yon, ac cording to the demand of the complaint, which has been tiled with the clerk of the said court. This action is brought to dissolve the bonds of matrimony existing between the plaintiff and the defendant, upon the ground of desertion from the plaintiff by the defendaut. H. J. Hughes, Attorney for I'laintiff. Postoffice Address: Dabney-Pearson Block, Aberdeen, Washington. Date oi last publication June -7, 1007. THE SWEET GIRL GR4DMCE INSISTS THAT HER JjH» COMMENCEMENT SHOES BE / f ( * f / , / jO\ I, ; . f }J J j JEFFS SHOE STORE POSTOFFICE BLOCK Tnni ght. If von wonlit enjoy tomorrow take Chamberlain'* »iom»ch an.! Liver Tab lets lonikrl1 r - l iiev produce an ajjrepjtile laxative effect, <• >-ar t!ie head anil cle m»p ttie 9iom ion I' i:e, L'.i i-eii'B. Sitn| le» fre? at Flvai h hriiu' Co. 1 * ilmi» eture. t General Hauling Filling Lots, Lumber, Wood or any old tiling hauled. House Moving MANURE FOR SALE. R. W. HILLIGOSS 300 West First St. Publication Summons. IN THE sI'rKRIIIR ' CRT OF THE State "i WHftiiugtou, for Ctiehalts Count). Lizzie E. I) vi« ) i'laimiff, vs. C. M. Morns, and all tier- ] c . . sons unknown, t. any J 1,1 having or claiming to have | ' ' , "'. ure an interest in and ,o the of lrtX Llen real property hereinafter j described, Defendants. J The.Sta'eof Washington to C. M.Mor-j ris, and all persons unknown, if any, having or claiming to have an interest in and to the real property hereinafter described: You and each of you are hereby noti- j fied that Lizzie H. Davis is the holder of Certificate ol Delinquency numbered 3283. issued on the 9 li day of February A. D., 1907, t>y the County of i liehaiis, Stale of Washington, for ttie amount of Tliirteen and 75-100 !.'f13.75) Dollars, the same being the amount then due a'nl de linquent for taxes for the years 19 oto 19U.3 inclusive, togelhet with penalty, in terest and costs thereon, upon the real property assessed to you and of which you aie the owners or reputed owners, situate in said Chehalis County, Slate of Washington, anil particularly bounded and described as follows, to-wtt: Lot Nine s ( , Rlock Six >), Hay View Addition to Westport, Washington, and upon which plaintiff has paid taxes as sessed against said property as follows: Year's tax, 1906; date paid, April 8, j 1907 ; tax receipt number 3345; amount, •f1.87. Total amount of taxes paid since dale of Certificate of Delinquency, $1.87. All of said amounts bearing interest at the rate ot fifteen per cent, per annum : and you are further notified that plaintill' will apply to the Superior Court of the State of Washington, in and for said County, for a judgment foreclosing her lien against the property hereinbefore mentioned; and you are hereby sum moned to appear within sixty days after the date of the first publication <>f this summons exclusive of the day of sa'd first publication, which is May 20, 1907,1 and defend this action or pay the amount . due, together with costs ; and in case of j your failure to do so, judgment will be rendered foreclosing the lien for said certificate of delinquency, taxes, penalty, i interest and costs, against the lands and 1 premises hereinbefore mentioned. Anv pleading or process may be served upon | the undersigned at the address hereafter mentioned. YV. \V. Ron KK, I'laintitr's Attorney. P. O, Addres o . Aberdeen, Washington, i Date of last publication June 24, 19 >7. When You Plan Your Trip Call on the Northern Pacific Agent and let him help arrange your journey. He will se cure any information you want about his own and connecting lines, and will explain whv Through Dining Cars Pullman Standard Sleeping Cars Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars High* Back Seat Day Coaches make Northern Pacific trains so popular with travelers. He will quote you rates, sell you tickets, and make your sleeping* car reserva tions. His services are free. H. B. ELDER. Local Agt., Aberdeen, Wash. Northern Pacific V&fiJo/ Railway A D. CHARLTON, A. G. P. A , Portland. Ore. TALKING MACHINE TALK A fine talking machine worth $25.00 Five 10-inch records . 3.00 $28.00 Special for Saturday $20.00 85.00 down and $5.00 a month We'have the largest line of Talking Machines and Records in the citv—VICTOR. COLUMBIA and EDISON.