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All City Legal Notices are
Published m this paper.
T-t Ore-go- Sector
In scene Quarters republican cir
e!tS £,** fTTr-ii'..? rXcT'.lSrl Z r r? ZZr
choice cf Got. VerlsiL. CriL>
crsu for Caifced Bum malar bj
a ms.;ori:v cf *.£* ;«op:i:*r tc:* tzi
He ami irteat repti •-••- v -- -
auU/Te ;
lover to«&* of -r:*ss ~* T *
to the ff.t: - .. ot:t ~ n '.—- * v '
Kuttrs :y popolar tote Ud that .--
eju/.:ly what t*een i...—;
in Orez.n Tie p-e;: -e of tiit state
kii* Bii". ".i-rT wer» T v -..-r -.
U«* tk«r were e e.tinr man to
portion cf It, in; that to Jot wait
mean: by the :•.; alar election of sen
ators
Tier* l*~4 t* rt fear cf tie e:s
to do bustae* at tb* .it «taa<t. Tbe
aenator- * - o-n :a U
lit.ee than "r*e iMlitf to pul. poli
tical wires j. -t ;; a ::z s&'.£ cf
iaoaey f:r :e . i..i:n? tie '•.a:-r
isiaiarr or w; tt 7. m
Dick c - Hi";- ;n v.me federa f -
2xi tii.t is •. Un : t. r ; >
tbe atanfari tf tie upper io-u.se ci
congress n: ;:■•.*•"* of .as. a ? tenet*,
to the tatitn
will bo itoeovere-i to av.ii tie
pieces g.ven tie ;-ec-tre. so u to fe
lt Is a ;leisure to read tie foliowiig
extract from in ed:t:ria: :n tic*, -til
wart reptitlioan ;a;-er tie i;oane
Spokesmin-Re". :-■»
"Repa't licaa mar no*
enjoy tie sensation of it- a
democrat for tie senitorsi:t ttit
haricg ;!elze / i tiemseiTes to atite
by the ceoisitn of tie ;et;;e. jnt
harin? won tieir election on tie
*trenz~i of tiat ;>lze tiey are
under a moral c't::zat:on whici
•hotiil ntt tr .zzored if tiey en*e:-
tainef any doutts a.s to .iter events
they sit.:: iave z.ven expression to :
them before election. Raring as-:ec
for and at .epted the rotes of tie
people under a defnite promise to do
a apeci't act tiey can not creditably
evade tie plain duty tiey assumed.
The tr-:--- |ar<: rrrannfaotur*-!* now
wi:.' i :ir.r! no: only for pro:«tiot.
bat for trad*. Ta:-a new id-a. A
tariff-h_at wosld er.a-.le -.hen; to ~rll
cheaper i'-.r.ac than a: home without
bei.£3 detected. and still keep the
monopoly of the horse market for
ther., would indeed be a dai.-v.
Th*r Bristol Herald-Courier doesn't
believe that if Opportunity should
knock at J-dge Parker's door again
he \ro-ld rush out ar.d kick :t off the
preni***. P ssibly not: but the dem
ocrat:* par*.7 would doubtless kick
Opportunity into the middle of next
week once more.
The republican "let u» alone" plat
form -won't do. We want tariff and
currency reform; we want some reai
trust-busting; we want the railroads
properly curbed. The party that lets
things alone should be put out of bosi
oess.
According to Mr. Taft, the advisa
bility of revising the tariff should be
thoroughly considered. Evidently,
he has not yet considered it ail.
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:£* rei- - — •
for htvisi a '--z. '■ s*] -• -~ --
f • 5: . : >T — tk~- y *' r . 1 h day. I~ r -
• -• -r — ii'-.y fi'" ? * i -&y
A wte!
w...- -r-. r. re-rila:*:
.': • Is-sr kiii £ned 1: r t-rxrjsg ru* sfairw ,
Tiif &h:w« hew Rcowvel* policies o' j
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s*vi tee Peod>K»ii. Ore.. i
ebctr our iUA-cfamfnt *.o Zr rr
pob. bz. Z.&T.J ' N. r ceveT s t
:j2t t«c fbc ■* ~:-zr d-^pp?*:' stion.
tip in a discorcan: moc«d. w.th the
1 -.t,z.-.T- ana tie j're-?:oent .nt of Inar
mOEJ* 42K1 Ivj't ——.*r*_
..*"3** al -1 a fTJI . LT*T~ r-rl -
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LOXGSHOSZJEES 07T
Ztizi-i. :c A :rk *;:i
Sailers M i/ir? "is\ti tie
E-. — Co
A ii-: - i-i tr-.~-.zi -.-.z. tie
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<"_OZZL~'. r r .&t r*T Z. .Z T.' 1H i • & I^-rZ
zz'.z "*■ i_s "j.*7-1 to ftsil yts r .trd^".
>: i i 'he Fen's":'.>: a *.*!~rTi:r- -a-as
ceived ;t a.l tie s'iis on tie har'»r
*.o work California dMkfl TOald de
clare a boycott on Grays Harbor lum
ilaff. a". any rate :t iad no e
iL'i tll€ O'J*. r .!H€ 0? *hr L*
awaited wj-.h <ieep interest on Grays
TO EZCLABI TTDELA2TDS
Colcet of Hollanders Will E? 3:oi?h:
to Gravi Harbor to Cultivate Tide-
Lards.
Thousands of a'.res of the meet fer
tile land In the Grays Harbor country
w:l| be reclaimed during the coming
summer. J. 3. Hammond, of Port
land, who is at the head of the com
pany that 13 back of the project, was
:a this city Saturday, on his way to
■ T > est port to over his interests
and inspect the work that his al.-e.iiy
been done.
The area that is being reclaimed
consists mostly of tide lanis and the
low lying ground in South Bay, near
Ocosta and Westport. The company
has bought 3,000 acres of this land
and has a big dredge getting the
same Into shape. The land will be
diked on the same principal a3 the
lands in Holland.
The soil is ve.*7 fertile and will
sake the be«t possible oat land and
truck gardens. It is the intention of,
the promoters to bring in a colony
of Hollanders and locate them on the
property. j
-CI 5. 1&05
Antitrust Law
Impossible of
Enforcement.
Sy pr JCJEPH B. F. RAKER cf Oh.:-.
* lONS-i , 3 rhp Li i p£.n cf *'*
, :: - - :r :-.j such c
EVE» S.NCE TME S.pbeve HELD T«*" THE S~E»-
WAN k j* ;_A * 5 »:-'s TE3 THA~" »SA,S B£ASCS
ASLE IT HAS NEC ESSAP ■LY SEEN AN IS?EAS;SAS.E S~A-_-e
AND IN THE DAILY OPERATION OP THE RAILROADS I" HAS
BEEN ALSC PRACTICALLY A DEAD LETTER ON THE STATUTE
900KS.
i ii~e ezJ: rzt-z zz.ii n&rzzie ]:z<?nL'.- lzi riridlj :'ze rzzrezze
ecun construed i; Lire to brlzg ABSOLUTE CHAOS
ifl the frfirh: trs£c t» berx**:: *1 c->zz.z~:-g lire-? trd to
"sre AUGMENTED A NT I \ r TJ TTPT TTT> HUNDREDFOLD
TEE EVILS OF REBATES AND DISCRIMINATIONS -a-Lieh
*t*~~ -"V - f •:»; *r. Z Tz~*~Z.
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*"> ns tEat .i~ i„ir.?,J IT enf:r?£-d tlr r:si? c.zz.z'i'.lz.s z ?
irtzZ? z-iz~~z. *.Ie cir.a :: N~— T:rk i-d r-- —=~ - - 1?r
with iL ctrer e:~ r-e-'dnr '.ir-r?. — :-Ed £.rd LIA
BLE TO FINE AND IMPRISONMENT FOR EVERY SHIP
MENT thev f: r -imvly z: zz.z::~r IN WHAT WAY.
3 ?: ~zr.:r. ~ *: 'z.e ::.l: ;'r.:u2d l«? :-'r.ir;rd zz.i
Dual
Government
The Nation's
Safeguard.
By St.-Jtar AUCLSTLS O. BACON of Cnnx
ANY of the pec pie i: tot vs.: to think that THE
$ v t DUAL SYSTEM OF GOVERNMENT IS ONE
; IY/l I MAIN SECRET OF OUR PROSPERITY; that
| I T [ * to it are due the lack :f friction among car widely
j / J scattered centers and the a - &f the political dis
sensi'-ns that —iu - ~--v u" ni
a great central power, BENEVOLENT PERHAPS AND EVEN
AGRtEABLE AT FIRST to tht people who al~av» an ha~t~ to
te re. of INDIVIDUAL responsibility ani reiiv a: any c:st
to ava„ tnemse.~es :f the :.ene£t; ani ravt-rs can be esten.^t
r>e no thought tt tie ULTIMATE CONSEQUENCES invoked
OPPRESSIVE than the ?~y :f an antxrat. It -raid i-e easier to
ret relief from an autocrat than from an UNFRIENDLY majority.
S:me of th:;e n:~ in power ;.ave n: nr. re ilea of the DIS
HT \: _ .^lo2* between —et? z tae genera, z *"-.-mznent and
of a state than I ha-e of the Sanskrit language.
I RECOGNIZE THAT IT iS DIFFICULT TO ENTHUSE THE PEO
PLE ON SUCH AS ABSTRACT QUESTION. THEY DO NOT UNDER
STAND WHAT A GREAT EVIL IT WOULD BE FOR THE NATION
TO ABANDON OUR DUAU FORM OF GOVERNMENT, ALTHOUGH
IF ONCE THEY SHOULD LOSE ITS GREA" BENEFITS THEY
WOULD WADE THROUGH BLOOD TO REGAIN THEM.
Politics and the Railroads
By WILLIAM H. TR'-ESDALE. of the Laskawinci t.-.d
W««frn Ri>o»i.
CHE PRESENT PROSPECTS FOR THE TRANSPORTATION
INTERESTS OF THE COUNTRY ARE NOT AT ALL SAT
ISFACTORY, AND THE OUTLOOK FOR ISCS AS RESPECTS
RAILWAY EARNINGS. GROSS OR NET. IS ANYTHING
BjT ENCOURAGING.
Otini us ai to the causes which produced existing conditions
DIFFER V,"ID ELY. There can be no c uht thut, he ;he what
it ma v. there has heen engendered a ver~ DEEP AND WIDE
SPREAD DISTRUST of the management ani s-iuniness :: a!, th
in contrav ntion of this prejudice, f.r PREJUDICE in great meas
ure it surelr is, no matter from " hat high ani inruential auth.-ity
emanating, has not apparently had the slightest erect in rest-ring
CONTIDENCE in either the ah'.:*- or intemtv :f the manarenent
of the railways, or an- of them, or in the inherent value of their prop
erties or any of them.
THE TWO GREAT POLITICAL PARTIES IN PLANNING THEIR
FORTHCOVING PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGNS MAKE THE SINS OF
THE RAILROADS AND THEIR MANAGEMENT AND DRASTIC COR
RECTION OF THE SAME THEIR LEADING ISSUE. AND HEREIN MAY
BE FOUND THE REAL UNDERLYING CAUSE OF ALL THE GEN
ERAL. INDISCRIMINATE ABUSE OF THE RAILWAYS AND THEIR
MANAGEMENT AND OF THE PARALYTIC STROKE WHICH THEY
AND ALL INTERESTS CONNECTED WITH THEM HAVE SUF
FERED.
No greater blovr has teen dealt the ra;."*"ay interests of the cc.r
try, none that WILL REACT 110 RE QUICKLY OR WITH
GREATER PERMANENCY ON THE PUBLIC AT LAR< 1
than the legislation that has been enacted ani other legislation that
proposed ind pending, the effect of wnich is to take from those i:
charge of the management of railways the REASONABLE ANI*
PROPER CONTROL of these properties, including especially the
army of en ployees engaged in their service in various catjactuea.
Grand Theatre, Monday, June 8
C. LOT, Lc**e and Manager
A., new tnts year. Hear Lew sing
"V\ nen the Hammer on the Anvil Rings
LEW
DOCKSTADER
and his orn
MINSTRELS
\-C RICHARDS. EDDIE MAZZIER P^T"
• 4 *- * »-• i-' JL-* X*- a 0
PROSSER. WILL OAKLAND. WILL H. HAL
LET. WM. H. THOMPSON. MASTER KEEGAN. AND <»
OTHERS.
Seats on Sale at Theatre
PRICE?: $150, SI.OX 75c. soc.
ORDER BY PHOXE 1062
Special Summer Kates
The Gray- Hart-or B-siirs? Collece
ha- mace sxe-::al rx".:vi rates - i:r the
ijjnst:. A s-;holarship La the Steno
graphic Course. utre unlimited, will
te given for $•:». and a~k text
furnished. ~ Students day enter at any
Regtnar tciti:n rate, rerscnth. Ili.
T- > .. _r— in.hide* Vr,: ittmType
fr.-.-.j. Stelhng. Ta-uia:—g. Letter
-• JVliniiogaphipg ani
Penmanship. ZZSHHi
A th irougn Jy .- ££eepmg cocrse is
also given. Tuition rates. 6 mo. $-50,
3 mo. >30. per month. $12 tf
TO TEST OSDESAXCE.
Aberdeen Transfer Compan? Will
Carry lead Limit Ordinance to tie
Snper.or Coart.
Fred Bennett -sras arrested Friday,
charged with violating the new city
ordinance. that prohibiting the haul
ing of loads os the plank streets of
greater ■weight than 7,000 pounds.
On motion of A. M. Wade, attorney
for Bennett, the hearing of the case
in the police court was continued to
nest Wednesday.
Attorney Wade claims the ordi
nance is invalid, for various reasons:
that it prohibits necessary traffic on
the streets, and confers entirely too
much discretionary power on the
street commissioner, and says if his
client is convicted in the police court, j
will appeal to the superior court.
The Weather Prophet Says
WARM WEATHER COMING
We are prepared to serve you
SHIRTWAISTS
We are very stron? en Shirt Waists. Plain tailor
rr:a;e wai?:s arc fancy s:\le< :n variety that make? cbocs:rg
easy :":r the rues: particular :as:e. Short s'eeves, Jong slee-.es
butttru;. stvle. op«n front cr :pen backs, in lawn, linen.
:a::?te. Swiss snc all oher popular materials. Prices from
48c up.
WASHSOITS
7: —ake a long story short, we have the cream of the
season. 1 Pecple who travel and see goods all over the coun
-• a - tnat our styles have "class"' and it is so. The
apptirauce of cur suits :s altogether different from the styles
ir.:-sn e.sewhere and our prices are more reasonable than
com men gcccs are usually sold for. Prices from
_ $4.50 up.
vr ti- «
41 " -*e.:eve ::: conservative v.e advertise
i _ o
:. e newspapers rules? we can meet you face to
-ace. ine vtraict :: :zt people is tha:
GEO. J. WOLFF
has ABERDEEN'S LARGEST and Bt»T STORE
Bora in lew*.
Oar finUy 4 ;; r= s=d
:a lewa. sad have sis*?d ChJusi
:"e" ; * ; - fCo ~% Cilo'era aai IMar
rhc*a made a? I>es Mo:aes>
.or years \\ e knew how jvxxt -.: is
experience la the u<<? of ;•
la fact, whea i- K : Paso. Texas, the
i .-.ie was save,.' by the -rvtuvt
;- :s We *re row ea
rned :a she m*rv*ntUe business it
.V»rv-x>s«. .- .a and have introduced
remedy here I; has prwYen very
and is constants t~vw* ~ £
fa favor —Enais Brc s This* reatedv
ij .or sa:e by Evans Rruy Co.
S. W. Johnston *
Transfer Co.
Heavy Moving Our Specialty
We handle
COAL
From the following mines:
Black Diamond " Franklin
New castle South Prairie
Get Your Order in Now.
One pound of onr
Poultry Food
equals n%e pounds of green meats
wiii Keep the hens Jbusv the
year around. Address or phone
Carstens Pkg. Co.
Aberdeen

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