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li. A. L'icke and wife spent Sunday
lu Kir win.
W. II. Ransnn camo up from Downs
and spent Jsunday in this city.
Mr. nnrl Mrs. P. H. Jackson of SDeed
wore visitors to tuis city Tuesday
Marshall McCarter of Kensington
was a visitor to this city Saturday.
Mlas Edith Nelson of Smith Center
vlblted relatives in this city last Fri
day. Ray Holmes of York, Nebraska
Spent Saturday and Sunday here with
the Gates families.
Joe Rhoades has gone out to George
Bumps where he has the contract for
a small job jf finish plastering.
John Ram bo came down from his
Glenwood township farm last Sunday
and spent a couple of days in this city
Rev. Mann and wife returned from
Alamoeordo, New Mexico, last week
. l.nf l tlmA In im fiL Qmlf.h Ponfur In
JU91 IU UUK UU jv umiiiM wfuuw . v.
Katie Smith and WV 1. Ileiserman,
the steel range man from Colorado,
. wiara married hv Prnhjitn .Itirlirn
Countryman Monday evening.
TUviil Man.iKSPP. leavpn. nfxt, Thps-
day for Denver where he will visit un
til May ttrtt with friends after which
ho returns to his nfixiUnn in this nit v.
M. A. SpauldlnT and wife went over
to Long Island Tuesday where they
were called uu account of the death of
lir. Sed man who was related to Mrs.
Frank Boyd negntlafed the sal of
the Moore farm two miles north-east
of this city the first of the week to a
gentleman from Missouri. The sale
was for 19 000 cash.
Emory Mellon editor of the Lenora
News spent, a couple of davs horci the
first of the week vUlilt'i trip Wilsons.
Mr. Mellon hnd huslness wllh I he
D. F. Walsh, clerk of the district
court of Rooks county, came over to
this city Saturday with Superintend
ent Graham and spent the day with
the court house boys.
The Norton boy ball team enme
down to this city Sunday and played
the first game of the season with the
hoys in this city. The game result
ed in a score of eight to five in favor
of the visiting team.
Mis Edna Robertson v'sltpd with
friends In this city last Friday and
Saturday. Miss Robertson has been
employed as compositor in the Adver
ser office at Mankato, but returns. to
therj(me of her parents In Cedarville
' Rev. H. Tannehill who has. been
pastor of itao Agra charge has been
transfered to the South-east Kansas
Conference and assigned to the town
of Hepler, In Crawford county, to
which place be goes as soon as possi
ble. The fire alarm" Saturday after-noun
about four oclock again sounded forth
Its warning and a large crowd quickly
gathered to flht the tire and prevent
Its spread. The barn of C B. Palmer
In the south-east part of the city
was destroyed. The loss Is small.
J. M. Campbell one of tha prosper
ous farmers of Beaver township hs
rented bis farm to bis sons and with
his wife will spend about a year visit
ing in Nebraska. Wisconsin and other
places. lie will probably return to
Logan when the visit is over, and
make bis residence in that city.
A. S MoCoppIn Is hiurhly elated
(over the success of his son Charlie who
js following the veterinary profusion
at Wilcox. Nebraska. During the first
fourteen days his practice brought, in
seventj-nlne dollars and Hftv cents.
Charlie wil come home about the rmt
of September and take a vacation of
three weeks , before again resuming
his collegiate work in Kansas City.
The subjpct of electric lights Is
again being discussed. If the people
of the cit y really desire to hare the
city lighted by electricity they can
guarantee the lights by promising an
adquate patronage. Capital Is ready
and there Isample power at the mill
to run all the dynamos we will need
for years to come. The city c in afford
CURSE OF DRINK.
Oiunkennsss Cu ed to Stay
WHITE RIBBON REMEDY.
K taiu. Pondur Art woman ran it's it in
' ( water, tea. coffee or f.icd withnnt pa
tient's knowing .
Warn ltiaaoa f'rs.rnT lll mt nr de
stroy lb dlMKl ep.ieii'e mr ill alcob lle
drink. whethrr Ih patient n ctitrmed Inehr).
I 'tipler." kk, drinker of drn, kard. tnv
pwlb'e fo- aur on in hare an np -tlte f.ir alco
hol'e lloa-w a"er a-lrj A'Mts HIMon Hemerly.
It has fnrrie Biany tlmnsnrd lirrmsneot carta,
and In cMilli'ii restnrr in Tidiin lo normal
I ealth, stesdslrf I he n.rrcs. Ii.i-f ..r.( the will
power nd detrrmlratlon to reei u m Utlon.
WrlUDf. W R. Drown, tin Treainnt St. Bos
ton, (or trial tnu-kag and 1. ttft rf adyie fira la
plain aisled enrclnp. All Iritrt eoa,!tntal
and destrnred a soon at answered. W hit Kib
boa Remedy mid by dre-gieU everywhere also
rut nail It plain package, price f 1.00.
Practical Painter, Paper
Hanger & Decorator
I have located in Phillipsburg
and am prepared to do any
Have new 1905 sample books of
Wall Paveio and Mouldings
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
See me before contracting: work
in my line.
J. D. Legg.
C. A. Lewis has money to loan on
Pratt and Mills have an acre-tract
In Auburn Heights for 150.
Fpn Sale Good driving and work
horse. Inquire of J. F. Morse.
Get in lino with other good drtssers
and buy yonr Clothing at Shlmealls.
Editor Williamson of the E.hoti
Times was a visitor to this city Satur
day. Lost A pair of new shoes. Finder
is requested to leave same at this
See tbe tailor at Sbimealls when' you
want your suit cleaned and pressed
lie will do you good work.
Dr. John R Kirk of Llncoln,,Nebr.
will open a dental office in tbe opera
House Block June the Qnt. 2-4t
We 'ave a a good 6 room ""H
'ouse 1 lot, 21 blocks from t$r
price low. Pratt & Mills
George Miller suffered a fall from a
horse last week and sustained slight
Injuries but is now all right again.
Gustave E. Seeger and Bertha Rio
ter of Speed were married at the office
of the probate Judge yesterday after
noon. C. A. Lewis returned yesterday from
a business trip to southern Missouri.
While away he traveled 100 miles by
aratre through tbe Uzirl s.
We have a good six room house ar.d
and one lot two and one-half blocks
from square at a reasonable price.
Pratt & Mills.
A. S Harwood accompanied his
daughter, B-atrice, to Grand Island,
Nebraska where the will attend school
He returned last week after visiting
W. 6. Stretton, wife and daughter
of Downs visited lb this clty.FrJday'
Tbe family were on t heir way to L"S
Angelos California where tbey expect
to spend the summer . '
P. A. Sanford of Kensington was
here Monday investigating the cement
machine of Sllnson and Bickford Lie
went fmm here to Fa'irbury. He ex
pects to install a cement, stone plai t
Mrs. M. A. Larkln, J. N. Mcllvnn,
lh family of Rev. Kemp and tie
writer were PhilMpsburg representa
tives to the conference at Smith Cen
ter last wftek. The lurmon by Bishop
Jujce on Sunday was very fine.
C. M. Pi, wife and daughter
and Mrs. Terpenlng went to Kansas
City Tuesday night The Poes win
return to night. Mrs Terpenlng will
go to Manchester, Iowa, where she
will probably remain for a year.
The top price for Steers In .KanM.
City on Tuesday was $6 60 per cwt.
with a wry si ping, active market on
all grades of Cat I lp Ton lings $5 45.
Slip to IlUTTON Kr.CK COMMIUMOK
Co for most satisfactory returns.
The six two and one-half acre tracts
In the now Morgan Park, are al dls
posed of and Uvp of thmi are. nlready
under omit met. for i he erect loo of new
dwellings Properly In thai pun of
towD Is rapidly Increasing In value.
D. E. Moore and Frank Donovan
members of the township board if
Summer township were In town Fri
day presenting the claims of the towi
ship for the construction of a cood
no Iron bridge near Silas Trocr'H
B. J. Garbeson was up from the
Pbilllpsburglast Saturday and packed
his house-bold goods and rented his
farm- lie will make his home for the
present with bis daughter who llvs
near Rexforii. Almcna Plalndfaler.
Charlie Mann arrived Saturday
morning from Grrlng. Nebrsska where
he has been emploved for the last'fotir
years and npent the day visit Inir i Id
friends He Is now at Downs where
he Is engaging In the newspaper busi
ness on his own account.
School in tbe Sunflower district six
miles nottb-east ff this city tled
last Friday. Miss Cora Barnes was
the ; teacher. The patrons of the
school and tbe pupils joined In cele
brating the occasion with a big dinner
and appropriate fierclsrs.
Teter W. Larson, a man abot.t forty
eight years of age, died at his home
near Dana from the effects of an op
eration for tbe relief of appendlcltK
Tbe funeral was conducted by Lev.
Williamson of Agra and tbe remains
buried In the cemetery smith of Dana.
A wife and several children are left
to mvuro their Jw.
KKOCLAS nCHsION,. AfUIL,
The Board of Couuty Commiiiorwrs of Phil
lips cimiitT, KainHs. met in rnirula- suasion,
anril 3rd. l'J0S. H-mbrrs present: M. L. t'o
gnrt, hairman: Jnnnph Hrown and L. Qrowrll
On motion the ciinnty plnrk ud county trom
nrer were ordertMl t'i otriko. from the tai roll
he asessmeut of two hordes of X. M. Hugh 'S,
in Towanda township.
On motiou C, M. Taylor's tronaI tax in
Granite township iu ordered atrickun from
On motion the asaexsment of fifteen rattle to
R. O. fnnbion in i'Uillipshurn van atricken
from the tax roll.
On rao'ion J. M. Sutton of Plnm township,
wai granted a rebate ou f ,00 in Taluation un
On motion John firar. apcrptarr of t!i Solo
mon Valley Thresh-mt Machinn Co., wai prant-
ou a rouale oikvuu assodsed raluatiou ur per
On motio-i t harle Nlppa of Phjlipsbora; eity
was (jrauted a reduatiou of HJon tb aasensed
Taluation of hit 4, block 7, ranee .
On motion Charies Kr-arnt of Phillipsburg
city waa RMnted a reduction of $190 on the us
sensed Taluation of lot 5, block 1, ram;e 6.
On motio I. D. Thornton of Solomon town
ship was granted a ri-bate of lll.U on account
of excessive Taluation on lot 7, block 1. McClin
tock's addition lu MnrTin.
On motiou the following compromises of tax
aales held by the county wore allowed:
CITT OF KIRWIN.
Lots 9 tO 11 block D range 13.... f '
Lot 5 block n ranire 7 7 ' l
Lots R 6 7 S block C ramie 7 2'' 00
lts a biock a rangn a aixi
Lots 4 a 7 block K rnnce I ! M)
Lot S block K ruuun 1 W
Lot 13 block K rnno 5 9(1"
Lot 1 block D ranee 7 la 00
On motion tbe private roa 1 petition of Chas.
O. Duboi" of buinnor township, waa granted.
On motion the Georgo Baker road petition
commencing at ne corner of see 42, town 4,
range 17, w is granted and vie wit appointed as
follows: M Boart. Josoph Brown aud
On motion George B. Washington road peti
tion beinninn at the no corner of section id
town a range IS was grantod snd viewers an
IKiii'ted as follows: VV. A. Myer, U. A, belbe
and U. or-r Culhoiin,
On motion the James Jensen road bigin- lng
2D rods couth of the half section line ruuuiuj
west through section ID town ll range 16 was
grunted ai d viewers appointed as fol ows: V.
. Strong, S. A. Mattoson and J. McKcnr.ie.
On motion the viewer's report on the 1). M.
Harmon road, petition to varat't and re-estnh-lisli
was accepted and viewer's foes allowed
rlso damages us follows: (See. I ommNsion
ers' record "B" page 2!.) . .
On motion the road, petition of E'i Tox was
laid over to the July session for further investi
gation On motion W. A. Simpson was app Inted
constable lo fill vacancy t 1 Earl Larkin in Wal
On motion John Dieleman was appointed
clerk of Prairie Viow township to fill vacancy
of tl. Mpo.-ilsr.rn.
On motion Harry Dubois was appointed cl-rk
of Crystal towush.p to till vacancy of Robert
On Motion Dr. C. E. Nelson was appointed
county physician and surgeon for the ensuing
j car and it is h-rchy ordore I aud the public
and especially overseer' of the poor will take
notice 1 1 at all applications to them for medi
cnl tendance will be referred to the county
On motion W. A. Myer was granted a lease of
three years from April i, YM ou nh noit ol aee
tion 10. town 5 rangD 10.
On motion contract was awarded to Central
Lumb ir Co. of Philllpsburg to supply, the coun
ty with coal for the unsuiug year.
On mo:ioti the enmity trea n er and 0"O"ty
clerk wi re ordered t strike from the sal., rec
ord of 1MJ1 sales numbered from 3.11 to UttU4 in
clusive. On motion a settl ment was made in full with
W. House for balance of costs ia the insanity
case of A. K. Rouse.
On motion it is hereby ordered and all owners
and occui ants ol lands or premises in this
oounty are hereby rmifted that every person,
company or corHiratloti shall destroy on ill
lands which ho she.ortiiny may occupy all wee '
of the kind kuowu ss Russian thistle slid Cana
dian thistle hetweon the twentieth of June and
the twentieth of July, d)U5. Kvi ry road oter
seer of highways of evory district in a I tow n
ships of this county shiill also at the same time
in like manner de-troy all subh nminiis w. eils.
either on the high ways of his road district, rail
road right of wav or any unoccupied land i here
in on which the owner or lessee therefor seull
neglect or refuse ao U do.
On motion it was ordered that all male pris
oners who may now or herealter be confined to
the jail of this county for failure to pay any
fine and costs adjudged against such prironer
on his convio ion and a icrued an increased cost,
and also any ma e prisoner failing to pay the
costs sgainst him at the prosecuiin? witn iss in
any criminal proceedings, will be given employ
ment at breaking rock or public, highway at
SI.1 1 per day until sncu fines apd cost are fully
On motioa the county treasnrer was ordered
to distribute the county funds to the various
hanks designee d co nty dnpositori.-a which
had filed their bonds aid sa i bonds accepted
by the board of county commissioners as per
lormer arrangement and agrei ment.
On motion the fo. lowing bonds were ap
proved: U E Utter. Sheriff.
C M Aruold superintendent of public iatruc
tion. hklward D Murphy superintendent poor farm.
Frank W Boyd county priutor.
R. 1). Dtotliers trustee Solomon township.
Henry Spol-tra Prairie View township
JMliatUe.d Phtilipsburtf "
AlvinFox Sc,Tr. !'
W AJKIIioft Rushville '
F L Kinsey (ilonwixxi "
John Dieleman 1'rairie View "
n f. McNItt Granite township
Giffen Ctil'-ertson 1-ong Island
D 8 W arner Arcade "
James Hall Wall ut
Davil Moor.) Sumner "
Deo A Morklein Mound "
JUSTICES or THK PKaCB.
Wm Norris Dayton township
F hobinson Freedom "
H W .iim-ison Walnut "
(1 E Woodward Mound "
Ixwls Smith Prairie View township
J W (iuerin Plum '
Geo W Heover Arcade "
K E Hsy Walnut
Hubert Nedrow Val ey "
John Gaines How Creek "
t M Ei io t Hnshville
Henry Erickson liayton '
X (4 VViitsnn Granite "
Willier Kills Uuylon
J 1) Mtiir Deer Creek "
W A Simpson Walnut
On motion the following bonds of banks de
lg a ted ascoui'iy dnsait iries were approved:
Phillip County Hank of Pnillipsburg.
First National Hank of Phtllipsuurg.
mate Hunk of Lngan.
l'ir.. National Hank of LoAan.
Pr. irie Yiuw Statu Hank.
BILLS ALLOWD AOAIXST rnl'XTT Pool FAIU.
Mrs A Altmsn caring forC Altman thren $
mon In . SO (10
Womur t.urrow Womer f 0 pounds of
coal for Mrs Edward Stxwart ID
Central Lt.mber i n Kirwin 3710 puuds
of coal (or Gritfiss J7J)
Central Lumber o Kirw in HU isiunds
nteoa for McLaughlin 8)0
ChasWllull M-rl'o provisions A cloth-
Imrfor Dairon tin
Dr H i hapmm services and ined for
John Hurst .. y)
Dr I! A Nelon ni.xl att.ndance prlou-
crscoiiiitv iail fffl
P J Carl provi-lnn for If Mlcile. ., r,
Kirwin Drug Co tried for M A L Damon '
Dr J E Hodgson med for Mr t;ox 311,
Dr J E Hodgson att piobate ronrt Kill-
brew inn .. J00
TI.eo Smith. A Foti suiipiiea for poor
Hamilton Bros pmvisio is f r F H Mc-
Hamilton Bros provis'on. for Griffee... jean
Kirwin lirrg Co med for Mrl.aughliti. ).' 15
Harry Whito stove for loor term
V E VViiisbip supplies for poor farm ... ;4
Tennington Bros gro.-eri is for Mrs Em-
mie .1 45
OebhartA Son anppliesfor poor farm.. ito
Thco Smith A Son eal for boodman k
Mrs Sorin jnoo
DrCE Net-on Died att ndanee poor farm lJ
M L Poling tt xprest clotbinf Vineent
insane 1 -5
H M Tin. ey mod for McLaughlin 11
Dr J J-nrink servicsiand ined for Mrs
P'rry 14 00
M L Poling A Co supplies for James
Sorin 3 j
O W l ol t.ipplles for poor farm 10 Hi
Prinaen A Vsoderr. ldu supplies for Mr
7A D Murphy aalary snpt pmr farm ... Slo It
W m Allen caring for Mr Wilcox tout
Thomas Brown med for Mr Hageman
s 'i laid over ...
WMr Vriat soppUef tor Tnt ft I J
laid 0'r , ....I.,
Btl.tS At.LOWKD AOAINST THK OKNBRAt, WMD.
(From Commissioner's Record B.)
R A Kshe man guanliug Einmett insane I 100
F C Wi-stfjrd guarding Emmett insanj 10 0J
Chas Paime-plmnming work in jail .... 2 00
G E Ctter Sheriff trip to BotlevllU for
Mrs Maddon 5. S3
Geo Ruling c 'sspool aud ditch 3J00
G Boiling making cesspool and drain UU'
W K BcilhaM pu'.tin windows in jail..
G M I' nvoi g.T limiing J II
Ayers I nfruw A Co I l.-fter cabinet.... HO
Wm jteoloy services trim olllcer 1'IUI
James Howard road damages 17 1'1
Jos Khoads cement. ug alley In ml
''eoCntle.t guarding Emmett.insana.. . t'l
M L Poling i Co clothing for insane... XI in
Wm Soeley assessing Logan township.. V.'iiu
C t Gnuinor assessing Grauite twp part '"'
Geo Srhmi'r assessing Mound twp si IK)
Richard .liienicke assessing Heaver twp I 4)
Emmett Abliott assessing t rysutl twp.. tutiai
t'rof F B Davis chemical analysis .Hol
der case 15(10
E Winehell eervices truaut olllcer '2i V
M L Poling supplies for court house... 55
Crane A ( o supplies for county claimed
- m 2u allowed to JO
Trade printing Co supplies for county. 41 60
a E Morthup assessing row Creek two.
Wm Keddie assessing Towanda twp... MtO
Cutral Lumber 1 o rhllliosburg iio.es
and posts 17 10
Civ Bowman salary county treasurer..
less fees 403 63
L T Martin salary couuty clerx less
fees 290 20
Phillips 1 ounty Post couuty printing.. 1.11 ii
t ity of Phii ipsburg watjr rent H00
O A Barna'd examining county treasu
ry claimed M allewed 6 00
Wayne smith recording dsssd 113
A D Dick o supplies for county claim
ml JUS allowed 3 18
E F Gates sa'ary as janitor Sun)
Wayne Smith recording Nipps release.. SO
K K Weeks examining county treasury. 4 10
iiowns Western telephone Co., ront
phones and tolls 20 60
John V. Cluso, panning and papering.. CO M
Sarhl Dodsworth, Cosupp.ies for county HI T
Saml Dodsworth Co, desk reg. of d. eos 4 1 V
Saml Dodsaorth Co., supplies for Co.. - va
Sanu Dodsworth o , supplies lor Co.. UT no
J D Huacock, platform for closet in jail SO
U b 1 ouutryman, examining County..
treasury 2 CO
Turn Smith A Son, supplies lor county 441 a
CC Mcllvaiu, Jauitor scnool house.... 1 on
W. W . Bradley, room and tires for jury It a
J G Met ain, drawing jury 2 On
James Wood, wall paper aud linoleum 4s i&
W ti Francis, drawing jury i Ui
Marvin slut elphn:.e Co., phone for
Jw.r farm... 81 00
iter, drawing jury 2 00
(t r. Uauinu. assossiag Kirwiu town
snip, part 44 00
A C Drake, making book rack lull
W U hanuall, cbaiuman, Moody-Clark
roal , 1 .VI
J L 1 a! ;s, rhainman, Moody-Clark road 1 50
Harry 1 lane, cliaiuman, MooUy-i larg
road I 50
P J Crnokham, support transfer case., tl So
P J t'rookham, carpenter work 1! lu
U I Stichelman, boarding aud lodging
lirisonera IIS 33
C M Aruold visiting schoj's 8 00
U M Arno.d, saiary couuty sutierintnnd
J R Breaker, services Truint olllcer... . 10 20
1: r Sh mrall clotni'.g Emmett, insane,, i Mi
ii M Clevengur, hau nw 76
J K ilulse, guarding prisoner S2 uu
Win Sea.ey. servic truant olllcer 6 U
Nettin W Itarb .r comity examinor 9 00
Gvbhart A aon, supplies for couuty.,,. 0 If
W. N, Moor, sa.ary couuty attum.y..
aud r .i t 271 CO
G M Cevctig r, hau'ing.... i'ui
(i t utter, transportation blind Ixiy.... 3 m
Wuyn.i Suutu, recording bridgd con-.,
tracts 7 20
V H 1 roin.i, supplies for oounty U u.)
W F Thorn is, assessing Doer creok twp "4 t
Jaina Damewoodi assessing Belmont..
part twp no no
A C Heinle, assessing W a nut township (j 00
A C liemle, ba.ancuasaussiug Walnut.,
township 1 60
Dr II D Brothers, salary health ofll-.,
cer .' is 75
Fred V. Voyles, surveyors fjus lis On
1 has I aimer, plumbing yu 0)
C F Shiineall, c.othiug for Hill iussne 21 25
Kditn t inch, oounty examinur H 10
U Li I'hillikit, lues Albert Mill .r insanity
tase 1 CO
D M Harmen roa i
Win llarding, damages 10 00
Kati Lynch, uamaiis, etalmnd -'i a) (XI
oopiiia Brit. on, damages, claimed nsj w 1x1
G G lleckman, damagns, claim d aUUO.. 20 s
B M l'r tou, damaves, claimed 75 UU.. 10 0"
E A A.tmau, viewing and cbaiuing ' 6 50
M Elliott, viewing and cuaiuuig. .. K .'ill
( A Myers, viewing and ebainmg,... H in
D M Uarmau marssman ..,, 1 i.0
" JUBOES 'BEHIND MILAOE.
W 8 Townsend 11 60
J C Gould , 14 90
C Gruwell. 1 1115
C E Stearns 10 On
WT Gilbert...-! 11 00
Wm Nipps.... . II 00
J C Stneio 13 On
E AMy -rs it 00
J M Lewi 14 20
WHvShitohead 1:1 7n
F G Shimmorhorn 13 uo
G Hemplor 12 en
J F Farley 12 uu
C W Wuands 111 Ho
EMoUahn 12 4"
C -I Fleming In U)
Curb Dennis 12 H
John Hill 14
C E Brasted 14 NO
J M Castle 4 00
M S hing 11 70
CARhoads IS W
J LSravey 16 laj
Stnte vs Swift
1 ,. U 1 .1 ...... m
,1 A Hill, cicra e i
J P w ickwar, Justice of peace B 50
G E Utter, iherilf
W N Moore, Justice of peace IW
A A Wolf, witn ss Sopi. torm J 00
Luthur A Wolf a 01
T Kninjun, witness 6 00
H nry Moutros 2 no
Sam Miller, witness 3 HU
J LCalns 6 fl
J C Marshall 2 70
I) Laugher!)' 2 -0
F J4 Haley...."" I .V
Ernest Freeman S 110
beury Lea rand 8 In
Aildi-on Molf, witness January term.. S .fl
Luther Wolfe, witness S0
T C Homjne. witu.'ss 100
Henry Montrose, witness 2 m
Henrv Igrand, witness i 10
Sam Miller, witness V SO
J L ('ales, witu' sa 1 40
John 1 Mnrshall, wl'n-sa ;n
I) Loiiglwrty, witness 2 10
F M Ha ey, witn- as 15'
Walt r Hancock, witness 3 30
S J K. nil-rsou If Ml
Earl I.arkin, witness 2 n
Jo'in Nichols, witness 2 6t
Geo I'crk ins, witness In T K Smith...
c ase J a
State vs. Stewart
J T Hid. clerk
G E l iter, sheriff
l i W
Htat" vs Dillon
.I T Hi I, clerk
O E L'tter, sheriff
W G Fiancis. Justice of peace
Jo'in O'.doug witness in Justice Court.
Asa Hever.y. wi'"es
August Choi, witness.,
J IH. 11, clerk in fen Jacob ca-e....
State vs. Johnl-hulfty
W G Frances. Justice Ti-es
H W Mhi e. 1011-tanle fee
G E l'tter. Sh riff
Jsm s l.ucklew, boarding prloners. .
Orel Kichardson, witness
Deniel Hanoi-, witness
Kylvia O blenis, witness
Maltie ockran. witness
larry Ollbi-rt, witness
Fred Emmett, Insanity
L & outilryme 1, fee k
E N-lson. pliysician
D D Haggard, jibysictau
W A riarron, witness
James BuekW-w, witness
Joim Beats, witness....
G E I't'er. summoning juror and.,..
Samuel hillchrew. insanity ease. ,
L ECsmnfyman, f es.
J E H. sin-on, phyieiaa e..
K A SeUsp, jihysician .
GEL .tar, conveying to asylum
wolf ss Ai.r.
Wm Klrjrenr, Sold wolf vali ,
W m McFarlan. one old wolf araip....
J H lckwoo-i, on old wolf scalp....
Willis Hud -on. on old wolf scalp. ...
Wm MrDoiigsil. one d wolf scalp...
Rufus baiter, two old n!f scales. . ..
Kn est belli r'.nlk, o- old wolf scalp
7 Ponivsn, truant otficef
Hill 1.1: Is. o .opplies for roumy...
claim d 43) 1
G K I Iter, committing f iwirtAFai-
G E I tu r.'aitendliwi Jail'.".'.'.'..'.'..'..'.
G K Ctt-r, attending ronrt
0 K Othr, Ux warrant nnco Vwtl
ad eJiji .v'
Guaranteed Five years,
Examine our MALLEABLE RANGE
Emerson No 26,
The easiest, strongest and best working
B. M. & S Hardware Co
Should You Desired
A Farm Loan,
To Insure Your Prop3rty,
To Buy or Sell Real Estate,
It will pay you to consult
PRATT & MILLS
Who conduct a general Law, Land, Loan and In
surance busln:ss in th:ir offic: in the Phillips County
Bank Building. Only well known and reliable com
panies represinted. You; busln:ss solicited.
A perfectly healthful
powder made by
methods and of accu
14 W N Inn ils. part pa rr ailn. XI isi
J T Him, to baia..re Irt qnarlor sal
ary t B1IM
DT Ht irhiilman. hoard forrltart a Ou
(Jeorite Trary, guartlina; Jay Hill. In- -
tan 21 en
W W HoynnM. m-als lor (J Tracy
and J Hi I n
R A Porter, d. Ucimy 7 i
L E Countryman, anflcinncy hill fur
lt Uartnr in iii
f. H Riuu. r. ad ilainaan ij III
Or"n (iil'lsn, cbuluinan road... 1 M
Ytm hlnacry. on.-old oir clp. ... . a on
H l lii-irtiiers, qiuirantiniuir U)
Dr IfnuirHrd. verrio for small ut.. VI
Jo Himails. ciTurutiiia fl. or In tail.. 41 U
Crutral Lumbrrof PuillljwthurK
mat .rial In jsil 4n W
0 E Uttnr, d. flri. nry hill 1-t qnart.. 11.1 t
w bUnnan, lo salary nan mi.agB, o.
nun mm. mer IN) (M)
Iia Oniwnll, to salary and milauM,
rouiitv commiKslotiir . M9I
Jiepb hrown, aalary Co. commiss
On motion It wi, darldMl Ut t celre hide for
one half of alfalfa hay in sta. k ar..n nmouo-
typior Inrm, all sih li rin-mut h i til -il wan
oounty clerk l.y Jun t. IHft, nr ,.per in p raon
on alior date at ou- fy i l- rks oifU-o.
On inoiiou it as orrlnn d tlu.t all towa lots
and smll subdivision bn b lb county now or
wy lwr-lt r ptiri hns on account of non.py.
in tit of ti'-a tberw onl. sa r leii i hy tbe
owner, his smut, or attorn y, aecoMina' to law
proraMlua wilt lie lii-tltu.ea to 'orceins aim
nui t tiiietnsurh pruiwriy in l'ailuiM eoaaty,
S,i more enrjiommti of tea a w.ll be c
cs'i.iod or entertain, d.
On mo i ion tb.i foi..l aim's on tli (eneral
funds were la'd ori.r 1 1 tbu Ju.r a aai.iu.
Hbeedy R Hi ppli" for pilsooerf
at aiansa o ...
C.L. Emery, too, im tt pfisoours at
I R. Vmti r: Dr. and mod. for oris n.-rs
at Mankaio . 11 "
W'ns, 8eeley,takinfr. of Mrs. Hepter 4 Tl.
Un motiiin It was d. cidud to cL ct a p-jr.-Uas-ln
event bt ballot lor one nar fi. ni uat
Ap ril II, l'i to April II, r-s'ilt, two for M
ij no -an ,ti lur b, i. esnm,
Uu motion Bourn aOjimrn i.
it. L. 1J,SMT.
Phi.liM wty. i". .
I, L I. VlfUa Cult U I
iai In At e ouaij
only $1.15 per Gallon.
Trust naklntr Powders sell for 4S or
Si) cents per pound n! may b Men
titled by this exorbitant prlaa.
They are a menace to public health,
a food prepared from them coa
In ns lartre quantltlca ef Kochell
alta, a dangerous cathartic drug.
and state a'on'sitld, do hernliv eertifythst the
aoore and foregoing? is a true anil corre -t rn
n rd of the proceed I of the Hoar I of County
I'fiinniissioni'rs held in its v 0'Hc on tli id, 4tli,
5th, Mil, ith, rth n th .il llih (lavs of Anrll A.
I)., ICA. L, T. il tRTlk, County Cierlt.
I.eport (if IIkI. ul fur ibe month
endl i. March 31st.
No, of dajs (sunlit 2i.
of piipl'n.enrollid 38.
Aerwn dally ftttenrtai ce .'i'2.
Th'-ne rel'h'T nimpnf, rmr tardy dur-In-the
month nr IIh.uI Ir-'land,
M.tix l lint Kridd'e llopp and
Daniel S'"e'k. TIussr tnly lint not
ahaent KrTu-, Arthur nod Murrey
Cir,Mitfl.i ftu l Uru.) II -n Irltxtwi
Mr.WIn and J'thn RiirnhHUifh ami
Charlie Shoemaker. TInhh nith,r
hen nor turdy during the linn are
Mahle llnptx' mid Dint I Miimk.
Not me Dohavks. Titti-hir.
Want. Iti Irodo 320 m rPK two ml!rn
from cllflff t'n ut Hldln. cutern
lianwit, well Improvt-d. Will trade
fur land lu Phillips cunt-.
PR ATT it MlLH.
A oircnu'lh imlc that hrlnua r's h
rpd Mixid. Make you nrronif. healthy
and active. That' what. Hul'luter'
Rocky Mountain Tea will do. .Vn-eritl
tea or TiblcU. Hi druygl.t