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I V: 1 If 'i : ; -i ir:. . vi r. mi- i LOCAL MENTION. " Vi . ? " Haggard flu glasses. . ; Fine book work at tbis office. . Elmer Strain visited bss parents last Sunday. Mae Seavey departed for Deliver, Colorado Saturday evening. Tne Kirwln Kansan of last wek reports the death of two of the Itoons triplets. W. G. Blssell and wife left Saturday evening for a two or three days stay In Colorado. The use of the bible in the public schools of Kansas has been upheld by the supreme court. C. A. Hlnchee representative of the Underwood Typewriter Co. was in Phslljpsburg Tuesday. Y. M. IIoppcs came down from Long ' Island Sunday afternoon and left that evening for Kansa City. N. W Garrison who wento West - . moreland last fall has returned to good old Phillips county. t Wm Eougemont bas been appointed as the succwor to L. A. Ohaer as manager of the railroad hotel. The commissioners purchased anew OliveT typewriter for clerk of the 1 of the district court C. C Duff. Eirl Lowe closed a successful term of school In Norton county last week and Ins returned to his home in this city. A vaudeville entertainment was given at the Opera house Saturday evening The attendance was not very large. A number of young people from i his city attended the concert given In Kirwln Saturuay night by Prof. Ham merschmidt. FredHoffof Mound township was an agreeable caller Tuesday. He re ports some injury to wheat by the high winds of last week. I have a buyer for Kansas farms. If you want to sell, list with me or write for particulars. Horace Gkakt, Heist Building, Kansas City, Mo. T. G. Larkin left Saturday for Mon tana. His health has not been as good as could be wished and he It looking for a more fovorable climate. Ml68 Bertie Kendall, of Phlllipsburg arrived last week for a visit with her V . grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. V. Ken ' ' dall, and other relatives ;here. At - wood Patriot. W. A. McCrosky and Wra. Seely of Logan were visitors to this city Tues day. Mr. Seely Is trustee of Logan , township and has his work of asses . sing about completed. The statement of each of the Phll lipsburg banks shows that they each have on deposit about $100,000. This Is a good showing and compares favor ably with the older counties. The editor of the Kensington Mir ror sighs for a city prk. He would locate it oji the vacant block between the depot and the town. This would help the appearance of the town. The Osborne County News under v the new management will bo edited by Warren Zimmerman who Is exper ienced In the work, ne'will doubtless maintain the reputation of the paper. ,T. N. Knodle of Goode was an Inter- estlne caller at this ntllcft Saturday. He propoundsa question which puzzles every one. "Why Is the letter X used at the beginning of certain words' Can you answer it ? W. B. Gaumer visited In this city Saturday afternoon and Sunday. He has sold his paper, the Downs Kpws, but has not decldod Just what his work In the future will he. We should like to see him locate In Phillipshurg. Arthur Reed was tried bpforo jus tice W. N Moore Tuesdav for defaa inir a fence belonging to R. Klnir. lie had taken some wirt which, he believed was bis own. ne was ac quitted and trie county .will pay the cost?. Rev. J. R. McQuown goes to the Preshytery whirl) meets at Colby this week. Mr. McQuown has made many friends during his short acquaintance In thh cltv. Mrs. Ileath. Mrs. Brack en and Mrs. Morgan also expect to attend the presbytery. Mrs. C. M. Poe entertained a num ber of her lady friends at. dinner yesterday at one o'olock. Those en joylnir herbospltalily were: Mesdames Champlln, Hlckenlooper, Nelson Royce, nerzog, Rogers, Grace fBissell and J. G. Gebhart 1 he occasion was enjoyed by all. The business men In Wellington Kansas ure up against, a new proposl tlon. Five hundred farmers entered an agreement never to patronize the town until the joints were closed This was the result of d-ath coming to a man who while drunk, drove over a steep bank. The argument that It would Injure business to oppose the joint! ia this Instance falls of IU own I ,....- ' v Prairie View is to bar new brasa " Death. ' (" "i,, , " , Yu ; ' m.,,.,;. " A Choice selection of the very latest STATIONERY at reasonable prices. But we don't neplect the staple ar ticles of the business. If it is an arti cle in the Stationery line you want tell us about it. A large representative line of Shelf Paper of different tints, Decorated Crepe Paper of various designs, are articles you will want at this season. Y. H. TROMP, Book Seller, News Dealer and Stationer. Miss Fltzmaurice is assisting at the Bolton store. , You will do business if you adver tise in tbe Heuald. You can get the best in job print ing at the Herald ollice. Gt'orife Smith and Talt Crane wpnt to Klrwin Monday evening. The Workman lodge expects to at tend a meeting at Agra Saturday evening. Wm VanDerVaen, the new tailor at Shlmeall's visited over Sunday at Dresden. FI Crlswell of Selden.has been in town for a few days receiving medical treatment.. Agra and Prairie View are to be made "flag stations'" for No. 6 by the Rock Island. The commissioners completed their work Tuesday. A full report will be given next week. Last Friday t he commissioners went to Kensington on business connected with bridge matters . G. E. Utter, Wayne Smith and C M Arnold attended the populist conven tion at Topeka this week. Dr. Cole and wife have returned from their honeymoon vacatim and visited a short time in this city. 8. C Cum mi ops is putting down a brick walk in front of his property on the northwest corner of the square. Commissioners Bogart an Veeh re turned to their homes Saturday even ing. Mr. Hageman remained in town. Mrs. Daisy Shimeall came down Norton Saturday and visited over Sunday with Mrs C. M Poe and her aunt. Tbe high wind last Friday did con siderable damage to small frame buildings. Shingles were torn from many buildings. Elsewhere in this issue appears the notice of the sale of thoroughbred short horn cattle by A B. and F. A. Heath of Republican City. Mr F. W. Tannahlll of Da;ton and Miss Gertrude. Spratlen of Freedom ure to be married at no in to-day. The Herald congratulates them. A. M. Campbell and wife of Klrwin were among the business visitors to this city last Monday. Our merchants will be glad to sec them again. Among the list of patents recently Issued to Kansas is the name of Phil lips McCroskry of Logan who has Invented a chaise cutting appratus.. Mr. and Mrs. Royce and son LaRue returned Sunday from their visit in DesMoinrs. LaRue had tho mlsfor tune to fall and break his arm while away. Jesse Morrill of Azra won nut In his suit against, the RocK Island railroad at Smith Center and was awarded $1,000 damages for injuries sustained while in the employ of that company. Bond, F A. Smith's trotter with a race record of 2:20 and Bon Bon with atrial record of 2:30 will make the season of 1904 at Smith'sstable In this city. ThJ service for Bond Is $lo and for Bon Bon $10. Thce are both good animals. I have a buyer for a quarter section of grass land. Thii I J wanted for pasturing and must have water. Any one having such a farm for sale may dispose nf it by sending description and terms to undersigned at once. W. H. Pkatt. Phlllipsburg, Kansas in 1 - J XX- J c Mail Breeze 'U Vope makw our CUTS, 1, 1 VIII w General real estate and Insurance business. See W. H. Pbatt, Phlllips burg Kansas. ,' Frank Dixon is a member of the federal grand jury which meets Id Topeka this month. For quick sales list your real estate with W. H. Pratt Office under Phillips County Bank. . " Frank Larkin, wife and daughter, visited with the Bogenrief family In Glen wood over Sunday. The Dillon Nursery Co. delivered a shipment of trees to their patrons in this vicinity, Monday. Fred Snyder and wife of Bellaire visited a few days during the past week with tbe Hittle family. Loyd Jones was called to Iowa Thursday by a telegram conveying tbe information of his fathers death. The per capita on deposit In Kansas banks is greater than ever before, $09 89 according to Albaugh's latest report. ' Anna Mann who bas been assisting her brother in evangelistic work near Topeka, returned to this city Monday evening.' T. P Knight made a delivery of fruit trees for a Denver nursery Mori day and Tuesday. He had fine look ing trees. Mi.ss Grace Dack who has been em ployed in Smith Center Is visiting in in this city before returning to her home in Logan. Jevons, the English political econo mist states that England is far enough advanced as a nation to enjoy the benefits of free trade True; but she is sick of it and nearly ready to quit. The dlsappeareiice of Aura Fickle was announced to the Phlllipsburg public Saturday morning. She had let t, Thursday night mysteriously so far as destination and Intents were concerned. A note left behind stated that she had "gone to meet Jack," her lover who had left the latter part of last month. It is probably a case where the Interested parties are de termined to overcome all obstacles to their happiness and to accomplish their desires have thought tt neces sary to adopt the time tried plan of elopement. - A. J. Cassatt, the president of the Pennsylvania railroad, bas a stock farm on the outskirts of Philadelphia and at a recent dinner of the Phila delphia Clover club, says tbe Colliers Weekly, a friend of tbe eminent rail roader said: "Mr. Cassatt lias a fine stock farm and he runs It on a busi ness like basis. Sometimes he makes money out of it. ' Last year he bought a pig for $27 fed tt corn at SI a bushel and then sold it for', $31.50. 'I made $4 50 out o5 that pig,' he said to me the day after the animal was taken away. 'But,' said I, 'bow about the forty bushels of corn at tl a bushel that you fed him V 'Oh,' said Mr. Cassatt, 'I didn't expect to make anything on the corn.' "Star. . The shrewdest business men of to day, says tbe Wichita Eagle, are giving much attention to advertising. To get before the public In tbe speediest way is tbe surest way if or quick returns. It is now possible to Jump into a full- Hedged paying business through ad verti.sing enterprise, by knowing what to Kay, when to say It and whore to say ir, In a day. The development of ad vrrtising bas been so recent that even the mit experienced have by no means reached a full unde 'Standing of principles. Among tbe positive con elusions which are beyond doubt is this: A part of the people may read street car ads. some of them may read posters, booklets, handbills and the like; and many may pay attention to magazine advertismenU; but the great body of tbe buying pubilo Is newspaper reading people. An exciting runaway occurred on A. C. Burlington's farm Tuesday morning. From what details we could obtain over tbe phone we learned that Mr Bufflngton had ayuungteam in the field cutting stalks with them when another team was brought out to change them. After nnhltchlng the young team tbe lines were drop ped and; getting scared they started for home on a wild race. Tbey reach ed the corral and Mrs. Bufflngton and Glenn attempted to corner ' them and get the. halter ropes, which were dragging and get them around a poet. Mrs. BuOlngton managed to getone of the ropes and get it around a post, but the horses were uomsngeable and jumping a blgh fence drew the rope sharply through her bands and along a barb wire wblcb was around tbe post cutting an ugly gash In her band Glenn was on the other side of tbe fence and was knocked down by the horses, and some wire dragged over her which cut her In several places. It's a wonder both of these ladles were not killed and they were lucky In get ting off as well as they did. A young team when frightened Is a dangerous thing to run up against, and we Ima gine these ladles will not attempt to catch another runaway very aooo. Death. ' George Grote a three yearold soti of Frltx Grote of Mound township died' Sunday and was burled Monday morn ing. ' - - :v r ' , Mrs. James . Shearer died " at her borne In Belmont township on Wed nesday of last week. She was a prom inent christian "worker and will be greatly missed In ber' community." Chris Bohl young man twenty:one, years of age died . of measles at bis borne In Mound township last Friday. The funeral services were conducted at the West Stuttgart church "at two o'clock Sunday af terndon. Austin Goddard Morse, the two year old son of J. S. Morse Jr. of this Qity, died Saturday morning quitesuddeojy, The little, lad had beep. quite sick fqr a long time but bad recovered so that be was able to be up and out of doors. A chill seized him the night before his death but even then be-was not thought to be dangerously 111.' : Comt Ing so suddenly makes the shqck doubly hard for the bereaved parents. The funeral exercises were conducted by Rev. J. R. McQuown Sunday' atter noon at two o'clock and the' remains tenderly consigned to their last abode. The sympathy of . the. community . is extended to the bereaved ones. Netlce .,.-..-.. We desire to call the attention of the "camping public" to the fact that good locations at Lincoln Park are nu merous, but that they are being'asked ror rapidly and all of tbe last year's campers that desire their old- location should notify the secretary immedi ately. If you have, plot of grounds, mention number of Int.. Any one do siring same, tent locating, wlo will so notify the secretary on' or before April 30th and remit $1 00, can have the lo cal ion 'We wili not bo able' to hold location longer hun that date. The program this year will be stronger, In many ways, than ever be fore, Department work enlarged, ex tra tents for speelal work. " Correspond with the secretary.. He will be glad to answer your questions. E. L. Huckkll, Secretary, " , . Cawker Clly, Kansas. '. Marrl age Licenses. Fred W. Tannahlll, Long Island, aged 21, and Gertie Spratlen, I hllllps burg, aged 19. ... , , , . Fred Kllntzman, aged 2G and Minnie Molzahn aged 17, both of Pleasant Green, .. (, . .... . Wm, McFarlane a?ed 26, and Bessie Boston, aged 19 both of. Republican City. Nebraska. ui" i .3,: : -' " .) ". 1 -v v . v ' Anyone having two furnished rooms for rent please call at tbis office. ' Drl M: Robertson, of Cedarvllle, visited In this city a day or two last week;.1 i! W.JRobertson and J. G. Gebhart, proprietors of the Phlllipsburg mill and Elevato' Company, made a busi ness trip to Kansas City Monday even ing. 1 , A farewell reception will be given by the ladies of the M. E. church at the Blckford home tonight, In "honor of Rev. "G. H. Woodward who leaves shortly to make his future home with bis daughter who Is In Colorado. Before jou buy REAL ESTATE you should write and -inquire about the bar -gains that I have to offer you. Several of ' the best farms in the north eastern part of the county may pe had at low figures. This is the j Best Farming Region in Phillips county . and prices are no . bieher than else where. Lands cared for for non-residents. S. A. MATTESON, Dana, Kansas. Puautni Tns MirtlormnraUr In March iu rtpM pit ut4lity. swirr&co.,'? Op. U.I. rttMi Mot, WutaintlM, D. 0, FARMS. AHO.IUHIGHES CHEAP. nough lands for grazing purposes in connection with elegant, smooth, fertile farming lands. 1 his is all moving. Now is trie Time if you expect ever te get some of these cheap lauds. Take the Rock Island to DresdcMi 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. ' " 00000X00000CfrC - Th3 Northwestern Kansas Obarlin. in!iVH.vn.. t.., V". i-J J, i 4vri' t, 'K '('" ' ' McPEERSOH C0LLEG1 Am Initilmlt cf .rmng K Ticeded by no other In the Mate, fuplls admitled at any time. Normal teSKJS.WSh." ..... lh-iwrtromt lin'pnrM jJUDiUiios yniinKmnn nd wuiuin thnroughlr and promptly for modern bialnrn Iff. Tho Ruilnnw. the Ac (lulp, tho OollrnUtn liirtineiita urn nil undnr the direct perMtmil Btipervltlnnof enriM of enuiuetent . In.tnirton. etch tpeelelUt In ble lino of work. r. A. VentiMii. Fm. Peetitre Hute Hik,.r-i I took mr bunt nvm eounw nt McPhemon Oollrve. rooulrlni beat of Instruction una method. In builtim, to whloh wf uooeta hu bmn largely due." let ef Kama. Kiveatlre lpt OOti-a oretala Trail... ). II. Illcliry, Am'I Trea aaral "Mr tticivam I owe In a large dere tothetho wiphnew of the preparation which 1 acoulrcd In the Bu.lnen uepartinenl of MoPhiraon Oolluge." Still today lot BudJime Iltas. Cililoj. McPHBRSOH COLLEOB McPhetioB, - Knni tiStfi. I would you I: ifiM f AT'A I oieces.'full (IS,'' (I for you next time you're around. We'd like to give you a catalog, too. Theo. Smith &San. Phillipsburg, Kansas.' OOOOOOI Kxxxxxyt SPECIALS! $ 5 TWO CASSATjil ?i Special cut. price on two gray mixed cassimcrs, Nos. 5341 and 5601 cut from $20.00 to $15.00 Tailor Made, ny Style. Do you read advertisements? UTOMOBIE COUPONS with cither one. M. . SPAULDING. oooooc oooooo t oooooo Underwood Typewriter. Is the modern visible writing machine, every character in sight from date to signature. Tbe touch is the softest, the speed the greatest of any writing machine on the mar ket. It is cquiped with the most perfect tabulator made, which is a p;trt of the machine, not a separate attachment and costs nothing extra. There are over 2500 in the Kan . sas City territory. Catalog gladly mailed on application. UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER COMPANY. . . . (9 wtst 9th St. Kansas City, Missouri. I C - aO0000KOCO0)0 Heal Estate & Abstract Co. I'snsas. 'i 'r-y"-f : t ,T. ' :f '' V- " v ' J -..;.-;ui:'-'i If eawe. : :", ' ! .. i AUas-'aVtarsti;'; IF YOU WERE YOUR WIFE rather wash a lot of odd shaped of holes and corners or three simple pieces? Would you rather wor'c hard, and know it was about impossible to get the dirt out or work easily, and know you could finish in a few minutes and that your work would be well don? That is where ' Tubular Separators Are different from all others. The Tubular 1 . .... 1 In h.Aewaei mt 4 tM er1 A !u HI ) In Ilia ff T tl IVlil small pieces. All others are very compli cated Let us take a Tubular bowl apart 10000009 1 .. weight 'Prairie Vlew5vf.