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Use of the Wishbone.
Tl:e wishbone Is called by scientists the fttrcuK and Is In reality the union of what are in man the two separate collar bones. These in the birds re ceive the brunt of the strokes of the wir.g tint trrn the creature la Its flight. Few rsal:7s tlio strength of the btrol:e of tho bird's wlc. It Is aid that a swan has been kown to break a man's lox by a blow of Its wins, and in 'like manner the wing boatings of tl.s larger birds are dan trerous if they strike the head or face. If, therefore, a laifte bird Is In the habit of making sudden turns to right or loft in Its flight it must be fitted with a wishbone competent to with stand the great strain of the wing stroke on the cne side, with no special action of the other Bide. For this reason we And In, the eaglo and ll' o . birds of quick turning flight a furcttla that Is a perfect Roman arch, wldtly which is the shape of the wishbone of at variance with the Gothic arch, our common fowls. The eagle's fur tula is a solid rounded arch, every where equally Flrnng, and not devel oping those pphus of weakness that make our Bport of breaking the wish bone possible. Foil Salk A food 1'iO acres in Bow Creek township, praiilo hind, smooth and nearly all tillable. A bargain at $10 an acre. Half down, balance on sliue. Inquire of W. JI. I'katt, BO YEARS EXPERIENCE " .. TRAOC MARKS Copyrights Ac. Atlfnne fiendlng ketch and dencrlntlnn ny quickly ascertain nur opinion free whether an Inrontlnn la probably imtmitnbln. Communion, tlonsntrlctlyconoclcnttal. HANDBOOK on Patent font free. Oldest aeency for securing patents. Patent Mien mrouiin Aiuun -tjxrtol notit. without cbarKO, la the ; Scientific American. A handsomely lllnrtrated weekly. I.nret ctr- CUI&UUn OI Rliy Bijienuuu jiiuriim. luiuis, fo a yean four months, L Hold by all newsdealer. IV3UNN & Cot6,Brodw- New York Branch Office, iit V 8L. Wubliigton, D. C. The Leading Agricultuaal Journal of the Na tion Edited by an Abie Corpsof Writers. FREE! TO ALL OUR SUBSCRIBERS! THE Great American Farmer INDIANAPOLIS, IND. FREE! FREE! TL is valuable journal, in addition to the logical treatment of all agricultural subjects will also therebvy adding ".est to its column to think about aside from the every within the next thirty days we offer two for the price of one. THE HERALD, ths leading county papsf and THE AMERJ CAN FARMER Both One Year for $ 1 .00. This unparalleled offer is made to all new subscribers, and all old ones who pay up all arrears and renew within thirty days. Sample copies free. Address: THE HERALD, Phillipsburg, Kansas. n VrrTVVi V KM THE NECESSAR.Y MAGAZINE IN THE PRESIDENTIAL YEAR. Tho Review of Reviews is often called a necessity, in recognition of its usefulness in keeping readers "up with the times." . f In Presidential election years the REVIEW OF REVIEWS i3 more than ever "the necessary magazine." Everybody want3 to be truly and quickly informed about thi3 or that public question that has forged to the front ; to know about the new candi dates and personal factors in politics, to have a com plete picture at hand of the current movement of history. In Dr. haw's editorials. In Ita authentic anil timely coo trlbuted articles, in its brlllli ,t character aicunes, in Ha cunden. satloos and reviews of all the important article of other n (unci, and in its hundred a month of valva&U cortraita. witty cartoon, and intertin lew, the REVIEW OF REVIEWS gives the much desired new of the world's and our e prcfrers. "The World under a Kield-f lies " t the way one sub'criber dei-crlee It. Man tr pihllo llf. like Preiident Theodore RMrnevelt lha members of Conitresi, and the (real captains of InHu.try, who mud keep "up with the times," Intel'inent rren mi women all over America, have decided it is "tnutnpensabie." 25c. a cow, S2.50 a year TEE REVIEW 0? 13 Asfor Place, Over-Work Weakens Your Kidneys. Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once ever three minutes. i ne Kidneys are your uiooa purniers, incy in tsr cut the waste or impurities in the blood. If they are side or out of order, they fail to do their work. Pains, aches and rheu matism come from ex cess of uric acid In the blcod, due to reelected :zy trouble. idney trouble causes quick or unsteady leu t beats, and makes one feel as though t.icy had hsart trouble, because the hesrt is ovtr-working in pumping thick, kidney, poisoned blood through veins and arteries. It used to be considered that only urinary troubles were to be traced to the kidneys, but now modern science proves that nearly all constitutional diseases have their begin ning in kidney trouble. If you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's S;vninp-Root, the great kidney remedy Is soon realized. It stands the highest for Its wondertui cures ot the most distressing cases and is sold on its merits by all druggists in fifty cent and one-dollar siz es. You may have a sample bottle by mall Home of Swamp-Root free, also pamphlet telling you how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer ti Co., Blnghamton, N. Y. Don't make any mistake, but remember the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Svamp-Root, and the address, Binghamton, N. r ., on evory bottle The Lavoncfsr of Life. Tho world pop nil ton f:'.st, my love; I nin tlicil of tlio rmtles rnce. And my lieiirt tins kudo hark to the rosea in a quiet kki'iIhii price To the inont nnd the monny Hiindlnl And the yews, where the shadows steal, jo me love nr. -ine rurire winnow And the song at the splnnins-wheel, The world (tops all too fast, my love, With Its dunce and revel and wine: And my lioiirt nun gona back to the noiiywniK And an oak-frnmrd love nf mine Gone hack, koiio Luck for a hundred years. From a world nf (rreed nnd strife. To the tiiirp and IhC 'hrol 'eieil tupestry And the Isvtnde" nf llf". lin;uii Country Life. FREE! discuss the irreat issues of tliedav. and giving fanners something day humdrum of routing duties. SaUW BEVIEV3 CO. ! j i New York C ' ' ; i mi -va3 . .. : u -r- ?2ll His Patriotism Won His Freedom. Representative Gflgga of Georgia is a raconteur who doesn't mind telling a Joke on himself. "When I was prosecuting attorney of Bartlett county," said Mr. Grljrgg "an old follow, not of muh account, but a great friend cf mine, was In dicted for larceny. He came to see me and protested, but I told him I must do my duty to the state. "Well, the case came to trial and Jim had no counsel. The Judgo looked at him severely, over hi3 spectacles, and said: "Mr. Brown, you are charged with a very grave offense. I think you had better secure an attorney." "Old Jim got up with a preternat ural gravity, and addressed the Court and me. " 'Your honor,' he said, 'I love the old State of Georgy. On one of these old red hills I first seen the light of day, and when I die I hope to lay my tired old bones down right here. For no consideration would I take advan tage of the good old state.' "Here he looked hard at me, the State attorney. " 'So, your honor, until the State of Georgy gets a lawyer, I don't expect to hire ono,' he added, and sat down. "Needless to say we rewarded Brown's patriotism with freedom." To Improve Italian Railways. The Italian state railways, tccord ing to a report from Rome, will soon place orders lor 200 locomotives and several thousand freight cars. United States Trust Companies. There are 740 trust companies la the United States. DR. FENNER'S KIDNEY i Backache all rttaaaaaa ntTIHn PRE t .... ... "j"t oiauuor, unuary organs. Also Rheumatism, Back ache, EeartUtaease. Gravel, Dropsy, Female Trouble Don't bacoma rllieouriitd. ' TTisra is a cure jot you. ji n.ietjHHiiry wriTALir. tenner. He lim ..'nit a Ufa time curing Just aucb cime.msyours. All cousultatl'jua Fras. A cravfll tor'wrt In mr hlnilili.r Afro. rislnsa few bo'tle of Dr. Femier'a Kidney larirn ha a mnrl Io. Tlio medicine prevented tui Kiicr iurmaiiuni. i wan cured. W.T.OAKES. Oirlx, Vn." Druraiats. 8(V.,1. A sit fnrCo-:k ltook-Free ST.VITUS'OANCEn0n,;n,!arNrvT Suld by .1. McCormlck. GREAT NEWSPAPER BARGAIN. the Semi-Weekly Capital and the Philltpsburg Herald One Year Tor $i 50. Tlie Si-mi-Weekly Capital, published at Tupeka, is one nf tlio best, fnrm newspapers published anywhere. Real Izlnu thata urud mirker, report Is otic of the most valuable features of a farm nesvspaper, the Capital prints twice a week a full report of all the markets of tho world, including To- peka and the report Is absolutely reliable. It prints all the news of theclvlll.ed world fresh from the wires of I he As soclatcd Press, covering the field more thoroughly than any of tho metropoli tan weeklies. Hut In the matter of Kansusnews, it has no competitor, our lare corps of special correspond ents enabling 11s to cover tho Hold thoroughly. Outside from jour own homo paper you can ?rt nviro local news from the Capital than from uny other paper published. Editorially it labors unceasingly for the State's moral and material welfare While strongly republican In politics Its editorials are fair and unprejudiced and Its news columns are open alike t th doinKSof all political parties. It Is printed twice a week for only 11.00 per year. Order it In connect ion with the rhillipsbuM Herald fur only J 1.50 per year. . . Wanted. Special Representative in this coun ty and adjoining terrltarli-s, to repre sent and advertise an old esUl lslied bushes house of solid tliniirclal staiidlntr. Salnry fil weekly, with expenses, paid each Monday by chick direct from headquarters. Expenses advanced; position permanent. We furnish everything. Address, The Co lumbia, KW Monnn Bldtf., Chicago, 111. Al.mager Wanted. Trustworthy liulv r grin leii an fc manage, tuisliii M in 1 1 1 4 county and adjoining territory for well nnd favor ably known House of solid linnncial standing. 20.00 Hfralht c:tsh salarv and exoenses, paid each Mud iy ly check direct from headquarters. Ex pense money advanced; pof.lt Ion per manent. Addres, MAXAGEiJ. ('.10 Morton Bldg., ClilcaL'ti, III. - -lS-lf R-I'P'A'N-S' TabulcH - DoctoH find . A gotxl preset Iptl tn For manHnd. ht!Vrit rckiirf t rnrrrh fir li'ntl nrr nit Th (tmllr b ll ,f r. n'.l conUln. a. up BEGGS' BLOOD PURIFIER CURES catarrh of tho rtomoch. ' My Breath.. Shortness cf Ereaib Is Ono of the Com monest Signs of , . Heart Disease?. Notwltlistandins what many ryslc lans say, l.o.u t disease can bo cueU. Dr. lilies' New Heart Cure has per manently restored to health many thousands who had found no relief la the medicines (allopathic or homoeo pathic) of regular practicing phynleinna. It has proved itHclf unique In tlie his tory of medicine, by being eo uni.'ormly successful In curing those diseases. Nearly always, one of the first slsns of trouble Is shortness of breath. Wheth er It comes es a result of walking or running up stairs, or of other exercises. If the heart is unablo to meet this extra demand upon Its pumping powers there Is something wrong with it. Tho very best thing you can do, is to take Dr. Mies' New Heart Cure. It will go to the foundation of the trou ble, and mako a permanent cure by strengthening and renewing the nerves. "I know that Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure is a great remedy. For a number cf years 1 suffered from shortness of breath, smothering spells, and pai;is In my left side. For months ut a time I would be unnble to lie on my left siil", and if I lay llat on my back would nearly smother. A friend ndvised using Dr. Miles' Now Heart Cure, which I did with good results. I began to improve nt onco, nnd utter tnklng several bottles of the Heart Cure the p;ilns In my side nnd other symptoms vanished. I nm now entirely well. All those dreadful smothering spells n-e a thing of tho past." F. P. DKAK.fi, Middletown, O. If the first bottle does not help you, the druggls t will refund your money. TPTPPfii "Write to us for Kree Trial Jfc.Li.Li DacKogo of Dr. Miles' Anti Pain Pills, the New S'-ientilic Remedy for rain. Mno Hymptom Blank. Our Specialist will dlnguose your case, tell you what Is wrong, mid how to right It, Free. PH. MILES MKD1CAI. CO., LAHORATOIUI, KLK1LUU', IND. $390 For Letter About I he South we.t. ' Tlie Rock Iilanrl system ilTcrs twpn ty prizes, f Hi at'rpi:atp value nf l.'il)8, for letters r--la'ivi to the tprrltory along it.s lines In Arknnssts. KnnsaH. Indian Territory, ukiuIioiiih, Tt-xas and New Mexico. Jjt-tiers should den I with tin! writer's experiences since lie settled In the southwest. They should tell how m.ieh money hrt'liad when he arrived, what lie did when he liist came, what measure of success has since rewarded his t-ffoi-is and what lie thinks of that portion of the coun try In which he is located. - Letters should not he less than ;)()() nor more than 1. Jut) words iri length, and will be used for the purpose of advertising the mjiiUivw st. Letters are desired not only from farmers and farmers' wives hut also from merchants, school-teachers, e'er- irymen; from everyone. In brief, who has a si m y to tell and w ho knows Imw to tell it: For circular Ivinir details, write John Mciiastian I'liNM-tii-er Tr.illle manager. Illicit Island Mel cm. Clii- cayn, Illinois. SALE BILLS ! If jou contemplate liavin a sale, 3-011 will need a rcncrou-i supply of Uills and you will want them tastily printed' and readable. If you do sire Bills of - - - Other Kinds The HERALD can rive you tlie IJosl. After you have tlicm An AD in the HERALD will tell hundreds of peo ple that you cannot reach with Dills, and tlie cost'is small. For priutin.tr of any kind consult this of fice. "Tlie Host is the Cheapest." - - The HERALD, Paillipshury;, K;i'i-as. Snai!-siin Contest. A unall-eatlsg contost took place in a Paris restaurant a few days ago, be tween two boti:evnr,'.ier. Tha victor wallowed 243 smlls. Ground Unfit for Cultivation. Thtec-fourt.18 of tec earth's surface la unfit for rtilMvatlvn'ou account of mountain n"-r.i, tlcserti, awampn ard hnrrnn cvoil-. ' . T"fpr VBOYAL PILLS MMrt,7.''h:.,,,,1,r''',,,' rfit lii.lnn,nni Imllntlow.. Inv.,f mir lr ?tt r "v'.t 4. in ii'ip, ,f i--,,. r,"'ru 'i1 r,nri""' i-.r.r'"'"j,"a- ",ts"'-' cnicrtrsTEB cmcmicai. oo. ' McPHEKSOW COLLET An institute 'of utui mng n.fceeded by no other in the state. Pupils admitted at any time. vv.-fli Graduates receive Lift i.JlUlcU ttrflUi-atin to teach. B,,-JfC!5 ikpartinent prepum UbillCu j ynunK men nnd worm 11 thoroughly and promjitly for moilttrn b'.if ini t lifo. Tho Husinew, the Ao Bdomit', the CoUt iutb Department Art nil under tlio direct perHonnl Bupi'rvif ion of a ettrprt of corupetent line uf worU. K. A. Va"lm'M. treit. Pcnplrt Fti.tc i:tinl , iiy.: "1 tfMik my buii cruise nt McWioraoa OoHo. rci tvii (( best of Instruction and Li.'-thodi in husiiiOfis, to which wy oueuefcH hua beeu i,irly due." tno of Knna, Fifcutlre l?t.f Olllce uint 'I rc.i".. C. It. Uli'licy, it't Tna. imyM "My nuccns I owe In 11 l:irpn detfren tottiPluorcughnis of the iuvpnrntion, which 1 RCtjuired in t h H u fti : 1 1 -ta Dovut tmou t vt rkioPli-. rsou ColU'ije.11 Send ioiay (or fccdnome HIus. Catalog. McPHEHSON COLLEGE tocPhersoa, - Kansas - J- ')r'.-.i,lf'LH'N Thomas County Lands! 7c have riot th: the space to enumerate all our snaps in lands. A fev.will suffice to show that we have bargains that the prospective purchaser cannot afford to miss. Note these: 40 acres utiii!i)r.T.':l; o-.is half smooth, balance rolling, all tillable; ai oi ns towusite on Kjc'k filand mainline, near county scat; $2,400 in 30 days. 1C9 acres four mile from Colby. 1.000. 160 acres five miles from Colbv, Soft), . ISO acres five miles from Colby, 40 acres under plow. $800. Forthe-sC and many other bar-rains just as good address, CLEMENT L WILSON, COLBY, KANSAS. ' Prompt Atcntion will beguarantced if you inquire at this office. 1 FIRST HflTIOfiLi BflflK! o , PHllitil ' Capitol and Surplus, $CO,C00. Does a general banking business. Buys and sells foreign exchange. Authorized depository for county funds. Long and sliori time " loans at lowest rates. Your patronage solicited. GEOKi'iH VHEU, l'res'ident; A. IT. GHANGEU, Vlce"presldent; W. 1'. GRANG ER, Cashier; I. U. ROGE1IS, Assistant Cashier, j : : : DIRECTORS : : : ' E. T. GllAKG'ER GEO t I. II. OGEES tttdiaciieiBioiia8iOiiie03i to M I MM White CENTRAL A SSI BCll otorl; 51,000,000. Jliilinna of trees and vines, Apple, Peach, Plnm, Pear, Cherry, Grape, etc., ths lare.Jt, fittest f-took end best sorts ever offered by any nursery. Our men succeed where others fail. Write to-day fur trmi, otc. STARK.pifO'S N. &.0. CO., Louisiana, Mo. Bkancub3: Atlaallc", lai, Fayettevills, Ark. Dansvme, N. Y.7 Portland. N. Y, Huntaville," Ala- TIME TAULE. 1 PIIILLIPSDLKQ, KANSS. The "Uinlit Rnad" to and Iroai and between CHICAQO ST. LOUIS MEMPHIS PUOH1A sr. Josri'H KANSAS CITY O.M.'H.V COLORADO SI'KINOS FOKT H OKTIt sr. PALL rilNNUAPOUS nd rvryher brynnrl. Train leav I'liilliiishurif as follown: (Central Time.) Eastbnund. Nu. 6. t'.ml F.nffH. Motn at Irtl- OMriiuii ii'.intx oniy..ilai,y 7:20 No. II. Nl:iii .tiiI i i;srci ...d.iilv U:.'0 i'u. I.ociil I'asM-iiu'cr daily 4;45 No. i, Limiti i. hioji at linpun- a m a m p m an; potion miy auny No. m. inm tfWUi daily No. 7. Lot a I t'rrivlit ....ex. Min. 1:20 p m a m t 30a m Vcslbound. No. 5. Exprrx daily 10.10 pm I -i out ly 3.15a m Ni. Lii'iH.iNni;,-r .... d.Oly 11:55 am No 4, Limit?., l'pn at in) port.int puinl o..ly daily l:Mpm N". t mhi k eriv In .... daily 0;';U p m Nt. 7.. I.iimI t r.-i-it .. Sim H III p m N 4 : 7 ami vfl. d vilv ere pt Sunday. 1 1 nti ai '1 hue 1W kI, I'pini' t.:r r-ferv-rion. ticki'tHtime talilv. rn , 3.,il to any k ck Ul.md Ticket Anent. J. A. STEW A 1ST. A't Bnt'l. Pawni'er Airent, Knti.i City. Mo. I Far Rent r Site j (n crop pavmcnis. several choice fini Sih fur list, j John Mi liiai.l, Sioux City, Iowa. , - 1 Profcsslunal Cards. L. T. BROWN, Phy'c;aa and Surgeon. ' ; mm ... ... '-'S t.7 it ' s 1 A i 'It w. r- . 1,i SBURQ, KANSAS. RGB VEEII A. H. GRANGER W. D. GRANGER But a real up-to-date, paying lum ber yard, for any purpose that you want. Oar prices are the lowest for thernaterial furnished.. Come and figmre with us ' and we will convince you that it will pay you to patronize us.jM LUMBER CO. S Ti More homo r.nd traveling paler.mon evorywhwe to fJ ..11 0(..i. n iiv inirn iUaAi,i uLiillV A I era. r"4l U l.m " CURIT, KITO FIUCE3, best tock. and PKLPAY FREIGHT. Larjcest aurceries in tho world 4350 acres. Capital W. Q. BIS8ELL, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW OIEpb Flrnt door onth of HnruM office nndd f til Hps Connty UauK. Lbw nd ibataocto. ' w. n: MOORE, Attorney-at-Law. fpeclnl attention trlven to Commercial Law. rollt'ctlnns and Khnkroptry p'srlke; slio Keal ftute and Innnranre. Nota'T tn otlice (ifnca tlrKt d vir wont of ta port olllcw I'hilllpsburg, Knpu. ' W. G. BISSELL, Abstracts and Loans. The only holntcty reliable net of Ahtra Hooka tn tho comfy. Monny Inned oo rj eo ta No red taoa. OlDce lu ha.oiuont .( . tUill'p County nnk. W. H. PRATT, Lawyer. PhiUipsbure, Kansas. Offlcp over Phillips County Hank. 2(1 . ... . I 1.. L 11 years resiornce ui cnuniy. opuciHi tn..llt ina fi,n molirtii nt 1 ro t J cine? - 1 ilv 1 1 L I til ti iiiuninpi biviin KctVrs hy pt rtni'-'on in PhillipB Conutf and DR. Z..F, BURT Physician. Treatment of Chronic Diseases Our Specialtj'. Office on Hit South Side of the Square. DR. R. W. POPE, DENTIST. 'Pl)on W. (ttHcc ovpr Tostuftlce. I'll i 1 1 i psbu rf, Kantian. BEGGS' BLOOD PURIFIER at H e N a 0 n