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LOCAL-MENTION. Haggard tits glasses. Fine book work at this office. The wheat crop has been saved. G. N Kysar has bought a d welli ng house of 0. M. Cole. Don Flaming has a new buggy. All the girls know him now. Try the Blue Front Restaurant for me&ls. West side square. C. M. Arnold and G. B. Tracy went to Prairie View yes terday. ' Attorney L. II. Thompson.' of Nor ton, was a visitor to this city Tuesday. Mrs. Pearl Scars visited here a few days last week. She returned to Belle 'ville Sundny. Messrs Rurabaugh' and Jackson of Greenwood went to Kansas City with a shipment of stock the first of the week. Base ball enthusiasts In the larger cities are 'preparing for the season of 1904. Pblllipsburg sports are still slumbering. J. J. Rodabaugh, the new editor at Logan visited us a short time Satur day while in town attending the dem ocratic convention. OH. Berdine and wife "were in from Ilandy Tuesday. Mr. Berdine has been ill for sometime and came to consult his physician. E. E. Douglass returned Monday morning from the western part of the state. He filed on a choice quar ter of government land while away. W. Bateman from Decatur county has been visiting in town for a few days. Mr. Bateman has a brother at Klrwln and will visit some at that place. Mrs. Aldrichcame from Norton the latter part of last week and remained over Sunday visiting with her parents and fri ends. The doctor came down Sunday. The M. W. A. seems to be prosper ing under the new rate plan. So far t wo assessments; have been skipped. Under the old plan thty were begin ning to double up. ' J. N. Mcllvain has gone to Salina to attend conference. Mr. Mcllvain is the lay delegate from this church. Rev. Wood ward and Rev. Mann will also be In attendance. JJenj. ITall came in from Dresden Monday afternoon. lie took the train from here to his old home in Iowa in response to a telegram announcing the death of bis mother. Will' Watson will assist C. A. Brack en to muve his stock of nmrcbandlse to Marvin and will probably, remain for a short time to help him get prop erly started In bis now location. - A lady peddler has been doing a good business In town during the past week. By the time that some of the buyers begin to realize that they have been sold, the peddler will be gone. A Russian scientist proposes to blow up the Japanese fleet by the use of radium. He will use rather expen sive ammunition, but thinks it will not take much of the metal to do the work. The annual "Messiah" concert at Llndsborg are now being given. The dates are March 27-28 30 and April 1 and 3. The Herald acknowledges re ceipt of passes to these entertain A. S. McCoppin Is highly pleased at the record bis son Charles Is making in college at Kansas City. Charlie is the youngest In a class of 100 but none of them are making better grades than he. . C. A. Bracken has purcashed the J. M. Deal store at Marvin. Invoicing was completed the first of the week Mr. Bracken will probably move his slock of goods from this place as early as possible. , ' George Nichols was in town Monday George Is the assessor of Greenwood township and though he has no, to talled his books has completed his rounds and will be among the first to return his assessment. Mrs. A. J. Farley died at her home in Belmnnt township last Wednesday. The death was quite sudden resulting from a stroke of paralysis in a short time after the stroke eccurnd. Tbe f jneral took place Thursday. A. W. Gibbs was in Saturday eve ning to meet his partner W A. Stout who had been to Kansas City and other p tlnts on business and pleasure. Archie states that they have ordered a good supply of new merchandise and are enjoying a good business. The Boston vill do fcusi nsss in its old quarters but will be found in the C. M. Cole building Monday morning and will be glad to sec all their old friends especially dusing their opining sale, fom April 9 to J 7 i Attractive Musical Goods. The student will find this an excel lent place t6 buy Musical Instruments and fixtures. Also Sheet Music, Fo lios, Instruction Books and Blank Mu sic Paper. All the different strings ror uuitars, violins, wanaonns ana Banjos. Y. H. TROMP, Book Seller, News Dealer . and Stationer. The shower of Tuesday evening had the 'desired effect of clearing the at mosphere and brightens the prospects considerably. , J. W. Lodwluk tells us how he pre vents his farm from washing. He says he makes bis straw stacks in the draws This stops tbe rush of water. It filters through and quietly soaks away, most of it going into the ground, and no ditches are left In the land. Jewell Republican. Frank Strain has just completed a fine new barn on his farm near town. It is built of frame 30x40x16 and is de signed to accomodate his horses and cows besides furnishing room for the storage of grain and hay. Mr. Strain also has a very comfortable residence. This first class evidence that farming in Phillips county pays. The Spring Creek Union W. C. T. U.. will meet at the home of Mrs Net tle Hopson, at two o'clotk, on Thurs day, April 7th. Dear friends, who are not members of our union, will you not meet with us and give us your counsel and experience and thus help In this good work. A1R.3. KITH HAM. Supt. Purity Department. According to the. Times, Oilman Carle had an adventure with the police in Kansas City last week. Mr. Carle, it seems, was discovered in bad company and two policemen demanded an ex planation. Carl claimed to believe them confidence men and resisted which caused tbe otllccrs to beat his bead and face. II Is in j urics called for the services of a doctor after he had been taken to tbe station. A. J. Farley, county attorney of Hodgemau county, came up from Jet more Sunday for a short visit with his parents who reslde'ncar Speed. Short ly after his graduation Mr. Farby lo cated at Jetmore where he hung out his shingle and 'waited for clients. Since, be got married, mixed in poli tics, bomesteaded some land and has been doing quite well. He returns this week. Harry Sims and wife entertained a number of gentlemen at dinner Sun day. Those enjoying their hospitality were: N. C. Bracken, It. W. Pope, Karl Smith. R. C. McCormick, S. C. Landes, Dr. FrankliD, Chas. Gebhart, Arthur Gebhart, II. C Duff and John Thomas. The, boys left here about eleven o'clock and remained nearly all the afternoon. They report a pleas ant time. Tbe fourth meeting of the county teachers associations was held at Klrwln last Saturday. About twenty teachers were present. Several Inter esting topics were discussed among which were the proper methods of discipline and the value of concentra tion. The papers were freely discuss ed and the meeting was certainly a profitable one for those who were present. Supt. C. M Arnold, Prln. R C. McCormick, Misses Olive Thomas and Emma Johnson went down from here. A price is set on the head of every darling daughter in every home. Pro curers In many disguises are going through the land. Various means are used to decoy Innocent girls into lives of sin. In St. Louis, one elevator boy testified that he was offered twenty dollars for each girl whom he might entice into the power of a "Madam, who was staying in the hotel, dressed elegantly and making friends by her gracious manners. A very common method is an offer of employment at light work. Mas. E. M. Adams, State Purity Lecturer. The city council have granted II C. Bickford the right to use twenty feet of tbe street on tbe north side of the block on which his store now stands. For this right he pays 1500. Right to twenty feet of the street on the block souto of the mill is also granted to the tuill arid elevator company, J200 being paid for same. These portions of the street, it is said are simply vacated aDd become private rather than pub lic property. The twenty feet of M reel next Bickford.s extend aen ss the whole block wht;e tha' near t e mill is only alonxsld the tour Int iu Ue cvruer lu which the mill uuds, You will be do business if youadver in tbe Heuald. Read the Ads In this issue. There are several new ones. You can get the best in job print ing at tbe Herald office. Three-fourths of an Inch of rain was reported for the shower Tuesday even ing. Read the Herald for good real es tate bargains. It will tell you of a good many. General real estate and insurance business. See W. II. Pratt, Phillips burg Kansas. ' Sportsmen have been quite lucky killing ducks at the pond. They will soon be fishing there too. If you are in need of anything In clothing or furnishing goods don't fail to go to the Sbimcall's. Miss Minor is taking a vacation for an it definite period and has gone home on account of sickness. L. A. Champlln has gone for an ex tended visit in New York. He was accompanied by his mother. The "I told you so" class of politi cians Is much in evidence since tbe conviction hf Senator Burton. Dr. naccard reports tbe blrtli of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Older on March 18, weight 4 pounds. A niimhor nf the friends of Irvlntf Rogers ' and wife enjoyed a social hour at their home Monday evening. Wm. Beilharz and family have re turned from Pueblo, Colorado and ex pect to make their future home here. Save money by buying your goods at Brackens. Remember the discount Is large on account of the removal sale. Rev. H. J. Hassard lias returned to this city.. He has accepted a position at Colby and will soon move to that place. ' Look for The Boston open ing sale in their new down town quarters. Date. April 9 to 17th. Every one should have some busi ness cards- They are cheap, conven venlent and valuable. The Ilerald prints them. Carl McKay came over from Alma Monday on legal business. He states that his family have suffered from sickness of late. - Mae Seavey expects to leave In a week or two for Denver,' Colorado where she will visit with her sister's family. She may remain alj summer. A destitute man with two little boys was put off here Monday after noon. They came from Colorado SDrlntrs and were bound for Kansas City. The man was badly crippled. A purse was made up and he was Bent on his way that night. I have a buyer for a quarter section of grass land. This is wanted for pasturing and must have water. Any one having such a farm for sale may diSDoseof it by sending description and terms to undersigned at once. W. II. Pratt, Phlillpsburg, Kansas. Mrs. Andrew Walker bas been granted a pensiop of 112 00 a month and will receive about Sioo.ou mch pay. The application was made through Judge Pratt and was pushed through quickly. The Judge is suc cessful with these matters. The Rambo family have been en Joying a visit from Dr. II. S. Hlckok and J. II. Bryant of Carleton, Ne braska. Dr. Hlckok is Mrs. Rambo's brother. He has disposed of his business at Carleton, and has been taking a vacation and Incidentally watching for a better opening for a first class surgeon. Mr. Bryant has heen visiting at Goodland and Norton and stopped here before returning to his home. JAMES BUCKLEW, FROPRIETOR OF THE TAYLOR LIVEY BARN 0 First-class teams and carriages, safe drivers when desired. City Bus Line and Stage to Mar uin. Special attention to COMMERCIAL TRADE. South' cast corner Square, Phillipsburg', Kans. DEGGS' BLOOD PURIFIER CURES catarrti of til rtomjcb . Hymeneal. Daqgkt-Cole. Last evening 'at ejght o'clock occured the marriage of Maude A. Daggett of this city and Dr Charles W. Cole of Norton. The ceremony was solemnized by Rev. J. T. Miller of Norcatur, In the presence of tbe relatives and a few Intimate friends of the contracting parties. Following the ceremony a sumptuous wedding feast was enjoyed by those present. Dr: Cole is a successful yonng physi cian of Norton. He Is a nephew of C. M. Cole of this city, and has many friends among the young people of the town. The bride Is well known hiving been a favorite here for several years. The Girls Band of which Miss Dag gett was a member, showed their good will by seranading tbe happy couple shortly after the ceremony. -They took the train at one o'clock for St. Joseph where they will remain for their honeymoon, about two weeks after which they will return to Nor ton where they will make their future home. The neratd Joins with their many friends in wishing for them a long, happy and sucoesyful career. The State Journal gives quite an extended account of the wedding of Dr. Charles Edward Barber and Miss Christine Cameron which took place at Klrwlu yesterday. Rev. J. E. Kirkpatrlck performed the ceremony. Elegant presents were received from Canada, Washington D. C. and many other places. Mr. Barber, the groom is known here having resided here while his father was county treasurer. He is now a practicing physician at Palcowlth a growing business. Tbe bride Is the daughter of II. J. Camer on, president of the State Bank at Kfrwln. The young couple suit out In life with flattering prospects. . L. Wakeland and Llllie Chaffln of Marvin were married by Probate Judge Countryman Monday after noon. Married. Wednesday. March 23rd by Rev. Theo. Bracken, A. Lee New ell and Miss Lilllo G. Hudson. Marriage Licenses. Licenses were granted this week to the following parties: On March 2.r)th to Lafayette Trice of Naponee,' Nebraska, and Adaline Schulke of Republican City. On March 2th, Charles E. Barber of Palco and Christine Cameron of Kirwljn. Notice. The Phillipsburg Co operative Trad ing Co. will keep tho elevator open for business on Saturday of each week. Sec manager at that time about stock or grain. By order of board of direc tors. J. II. Bukakky, Secretary. Cheapest eating house in town for price charged; Tne Blue Front Res taurant. Dr. L. T. Brown Inserts his card in tbe Herald this week. The doctor seems to be doing a pretty good busi ness. Chauocy Daggett, who has been In Montana for three years teturned a few daysagoand will visit here for two or three weeks. Don't forget to remember The Boston opening sale in their down town quarters Apr il 9 to J7th. Ai Regards fir. Hearst. Tho mere fact that William R Hearst is gravely accepted anywhere as a candidate for tho Democratic nomination for the presidency Is more and more coming to be recognized as a disgrace not only to tbe party, but to the country. No one can contemplate this candi dacy without realizing that It marks a degradation of politics never before reached In America. It Is so desti tute of reason, it Is so barren of re spectability, It has its Inspiration in such vanity and vulgarity, It has so little to recommend it and it appeals so exclusively to the greedy and the depraved that Its essential Impudence cannot fail ultimately to force itself upon the most thoughtless. It Is going to take something more than words to wipe out this stain up the record of the Democratic party. No half way measures at St. Louis will suffice. Apolitical party which has fallen so low as to make such a candidacy as this possible, must as sert Itseif in no uncertain way or accept the stigma which has thus been placed upon it All kinds of men have aspired to the presidency, some of Ilium good and some of them bad, but this Is the first Instance In tbe history of the republic In whleh a person without brains, without character, without ex pvilence, wiU'oui, acquaintance and without any tualillcMon for leader sbjp except that which ni-He Ai-ttiuitaii bin hit hud tin- miilacnt to force himx;lf by brad'vio and fAWS AND WJflES GflEfip. OOO-OO-OO-OCX O r ?COOOOOOCKK00000000OOOOO.On nough lands for" grazing- purposes in connection with elegant, smooth, fertile farming lands. .This is all moving. Now is the Time ifyou expect ever te get some of these cheap lands. i Take the Rock Island to Dresden ami notify us by phone, when starting. If you cau't come immediately, write and say what you want, stating how much money you wish to invest. . 0000H00OOC-C-0K00C-C-K000I Th3 Horthaiestern Kansas Real Estate & Abstract Co. Obsrlin. Kansas. B. M. & S. HARDWARE CO. & SEASONABLE GOODS -:AT: B. M S. WOJAijE CO. Western Belle and Tri-Bclle Listers. Emerson and Avery Riding Cultivators, STALK CUTTER, NEW, $20.00. A Good Line of Harness to Select From. Nc& Buggies, and Avery and Studibakcr Wagons. BUILDER'S HARDWARE, PAINT ' AND GLASS. :PhiIHpsburg Kansas. NO STRAINED BACKS If you lift milk above your head to fill a separator supply can you're apt to strain your back. If you climb on a box or lad der you're apt to fall. If you use a Tubular Separator you'll neither strain your hack nor fall nor spill the milk either for it is the only separator with a low can. The Tubular can is as low an the door knob., Notice the next time you're passing Get a copy of "Business Dairying" free. Theo. Smith &Son. Phillipsburg, Kansas. ' iu ,0000001 IOOOOOOI oooooo car SPECIALS! g TWO MSSIMEBSlTft fj Special cut price on two gray mixed cassimers, Nos. 5341 and 560 J cut from $2000 to $15.00 Tailor Made, Any Style. Do you read advertisements? AUTOMOBILE COUPONS with cither on:. M. A. SPAULDING. oooooo lOOOOOOl loooooo 0 and bribery upon the attention of his I Vst Printed Stationery. betters as pretended candidate for Every farrnfr a, ci , husInfM the most exited olflce In the world. V.. i r-K. .i.i. . n,.m,-nirn should ue printer! stationery. It Chic ik' o Chronicle, a Democratic i r papcr Is a mark of culture and progress. Too ; Hiikald will print you 100 note hfadg BEGGS BLOOD PURIFIER ardWen. ..lytH printed with CURES catarrh of lire ftowptb. uaaie and ad ires for v:j.