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CLOUDS OF GREAT EXTENT.
They Are Frequently Eight Mllei Lcng and One to Two Miles High. Scientists have recently been meas uring the dimensions of the clouds, and have arrived at some rather startling conclusions. The dimensions of single clouds, as far as the area covered by their base 13 concerned, vary, as anyone can see, from the cloud the size of a man's hand to thnt which covers the entire visible heav ens; but the height of clouds, can le observed more dofinllely and can le estimatel with convincing accuracy, and it is this height that largely de termines their contents and charac teristics. A great, cumulous thunderbea-I, towering up on the horizon like a huge, flamboyant Iceberg, is oftrn higher than the highest Alps would be if they were piled on top of the Himalayas. It Is not unusual for these clouds to measure Ave, six or even eight miles from their flat, dark base, hovering a mile or two above the world, to their rounded, glisten ing summit, splendid in the. sunlight And in these c!i;ht miles the changes of temperature nre as great as those over many thousand miles of the earth's surface. These clouds contain strata of tem perature, narrow belts of freezing cold alternating with largo distances of rainy mist and frozen snow and ice particles. Hailstones, which are formed from a snow particle that falls from the upper strata and is frozen hard in the freezing belt and coated with added ice in the wet belt, are often found with a scries of layers in their formation, showing that they have passed through this succession of cloud strata more than once on their way from the upper air to the earth. NOT THE 8AME CARRIAGE. Story of Actress' Tribulation and Co median's Joke. The play was over. The actors, who had lived long on dreams of a full house such as had faced them at this performance, hastened to the box office, whore they expected to wit ness the manager enact the role of the Ghost in a beautiful, heart-throbbing drama called "The Postponed Walk of Hamlet's Father." Hut thoy were late. The manager had walked ahead of time with the money, and, like Mother Hubbard's bowwow, the mem bers of the company "got left." One thing, and only one thing, re mained for tho actors to do walk back to the city with silk and money blest. It was discouraging, but "Say," said the low comedian to the woman who had won storms of ap plause by her representations of Ophe lia, Portia and other ( characters of equal note, "you shouldn't mind this. Just think, as you walk, of the critic who praised your stately carriage!" Ho laughed at his joke, hut the actress turned up hor nose, drew her self up to full height and strode on with the stately carriage In evidence, but unavailable for locomotion. Value of Formalin. That formalin may be used for pre serving milk without disadvantage to the consumer Is shown by the recently published researches of Behrlng. He has established that formalin will keep milk from souring even' In the small, proportion of 1 to 4,000, and that the most sensitive animals take It without apparently detecting the ad dition of the drug, and persons are un able to tell tho milk thus treated from pure milk. He tabulates the results of tests which showed that the addi tion of 1 to 10,000 formalin kept the milk from f ourlng for six days. Calves fad on '.his forniallnlzed milk thrived better than calves under the . same conditions but fed upon fresh milk. Didn't Care If He Did. V.'hen H. J. Jewett was president of the Central Ohio Kallroad company, a runn applied for a position of trust. Mr. Jewett, who is. a man of almost austere demeanor', proceeded to put questions of the severest nature to him. He exhausted the applicant on ties, locomotives, tickets, switches, and tracks, and besan to Interrogate the man a3 to his habits. "Are you in the havit of drinking, Blr?" said the president, with dignity and severity. "Well," answered the man, "I don't care If I Ao, seeing It's you, Mr. Jew ett." Mr. Jewett brought out his vial. State ok Ohio, City ok Tolkdo. ' Li cas Coivrv, f s' Frank J. Cheney makes oath thai he Is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & C., rlolnjj business In t he city of Toledo, county and state afore said, and thai sld Hrm will p:i the Film of ONE HL'NDHEI) DOLLAR for each ami every esse of Cat arrh thai cannnt he cured by the uce of Hail's Catarrh Cure. Kkank J. Ciienkt. fcwo n to before me nnd subscribed In my pr-sence. thfstti h day of Decern lcr, A I). 1WI. A. W. r.i.msox. ( skal ) Notary Public Hall's Citarrh Cure U taken Inter nally, and act directly on the blood and mucous surface of the system. Send for testlminibtlh free. F. J. Ciik.xkv & Co.. Toledo, 'O. Sold by u'l diMifklut. ;.V. Take Hall's Fa nliy I'liu for consti pation. BECCS' CHERRY COUGH &YRUP cures coughs and cold.'- DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK ? Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. Almost everybody who reads ths news papers is suro to know cf the wonderful li cures made by Dr. Kilmer's Swamo-Root, the great kidney, liver and bladder remedy. 1. I . L . I, re u is uio great mean cal triumph of the nine tsenth century; dis covered after years of scientific research by Dr. Kilmer, the emi nent kidney and blad der specialist, and Is v.r-.derfully successful In promptly curing li ..a back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou bles end Brunt's Disease, which Is the worst form of kidney trouble. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root Is not rec ommended for everything but if you havekld ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found Just the remedy you need. It has been tested In so many ways, in hospital work, in private practice, among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful In every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried It, may have a sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book telling more about Swamp-Root and how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper and send your address to Dr. Kilmer JcCoBing; hamton, N. Y. The regular fifty cent and riomoof swunp-aooi dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists. Don't make any mistake, but remember tho name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kllmer'i Swamp-Root, and the address, Blnghamton, N. Y., on every bottle. Foil Salk A good 1(50 acres in Hov. Creek township pralrioland, smooth and nearly all tillable. A bargain at 110 an acre. Half down, halance op jlme. Inquire of W. II. Pkatt, , Threshing Mechne. Altraan and Taylor, Dixie separator Mx-14, In (food n.i ri'H. n .1. I. C 1 horse power wixh machine, every thin ready for buslnps, Will he sold nt bargain. Earl Larkln. Walnut town hip R. P. No 1, Pliillipsliiiry. Kansas. For Sa'e. A good three room house and base merit two full lots jjool well oi wood water, walled up .with brick. fwo other lots wilh fruit, trees on them, fenced up, jri with this proper ty. Price (()( Inquire of W. II Pratt, undiir Phillips C lunty Bank. Subscribe for a Dally. The Topeka Pally Herald Is one of the best Kansas papers. As a specia' Inducement to rural route patrons this papsrwlll he sent one year for only 13-00. Every one can alWd to lake daily paper at this price. Address your orders to the IIkuali), Phillips- burtf, Kansas. 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRAOC MARKS 'rrfl" CopvRiQHTa 4 c Anyone sending a sketch snd description nay utoklv ascertain our onlnlon fraa whether an Invention la probably patentnhia, Communica tions strlctlreonuilentlMl. HANDBOOK on Patent nt free. Oldest aiiencr fur securing patent. Patents taken throuuh Munn A Co. receive tftcUU notlca, without charge, la the Scientific American A hsndsomely Illustrated weekly. Taraaat cir culation of any inentloo Journal, terme, $3 s rear I four months, 1L, Bold by all newsdealer. MUNpCo"'B.NewYork Branca Offloe, fit F 8L. Washington, D. C e;:icnESTER'5 English ,JEJJfYROYAL PILLS f. A!rra reliable. I.adlra.. ask Prut-tlit for - - jiuyu, your lnifKLt, r send ... In stamp for Pari I ml an, Trail. Manilla and H.r Top l.adle," In inirr, 'K "M,, Mn- ') I'eailiuonlaJa. bold by ill Drunmis, Illllin. mo.l I . . i i . WO MadlBoa Hqamrv, PHI LA- rA, MaatUa tkls aaper. txecutot'i No ce. State nf Ksn'a Vhl Mr nnl . In th metier of Hi e.to f II .id R Jyr: deeaneee). lata of l'hlMI.e rnii'ilT. K .. VulW la bvrelir vly-n iht on the 0ih dm of 1 Mareh. A. D !I04 ib nndenlrnert . hr the rr.h,A fen-tot P.,'Mu cnlinlt Kai.ee. rtnlr sppo,,','l fill's, d a n cntor of the eet. u of llaril K Ivre leU of HIil ilpi Count., dec-seed II rwtoae harlnn r'i'ni. aoaln-t esld eatate are hen-ri not'fl d In i.reMt Hi. m lor allnwan e to (h niwler Isned l'hln one ar fr-m ilt he-eof or lh y met he , rlnd.d from anr hem At of enrh eetaie. a- d If anK rlalme h- rt"t pre ni ed wlihln three yeere fn.rn dale h'eeof Ihey shall ne lertver Darren c U Mi-livaiN F.ierntot : EiecBlor't ftoticf. Stat of Kansta, Phillips cnnntT.ee In the matter of the e.la'e of alarifirct Smed'ey, eC"aaei. late of KM' li e (V.nnl;, K-"--VOTI V. le kvrid. r'x-it If at on the tl I .! f'M-rtbA II I'M the ai.de. .l,H.rl mm. hr the Prnhet.. nnrt of hilllu. . niiM, k an... dule sptKin.tedahd qna Med te at-1 nt r of ie ea t,ie nt w, ,(,,.( 4 ,ji,,, Uieud'n 1 1 '0nuiy. d'f. aed 1 l'tlee hsvlpf r'slma areln.l aild e-latel see t errm rnillh-d to .ree"tit nt. n f.i a I -wieee . ., the a-.4rr.lir,,, d allhl" one er frora dan , hue ,f r i-e a.at be .irl 'e. from ei.e hrn.lt rf anek ee-aie. and If .nre rlalra. he a..l vm. ed l' in tt.ne nere fri a usie hrreot Hex ahe.'l U lurrvtr baiNd ritui Miatw. Ki'or ifcfif M f Ml Once There Wa nun. ' ' Onw there was a man who com plained that un Aorthy men were too frequently elected to office. "Do you attend the primaries ?' asked his hearerK. "I do not," he said. , "Then you have no rUht to kick" they told him "It is the duty( of every Kood citizen to attend the pri maries and see that tho best men are choMin as candidates." Whereupon he bean attending the primaries. He worked faiturully for the nomi- nal.lorrof sober, honest and reputable! 'landldates. , j Bui. It did no foiid. 'i The other Icllows turned out In greater numbers and -out voted him and bad men were nominated and li eted to office, as before. He felt I hat he had a rlht in- kick las i hue, and he complained auln. "Do you attend the primaries? '.bis nearers asked him. "I do." ' Then you outrht to,kep your mouth shut," they said. You are a part of the crowd that nominates these bad men and you are responsible for them. "Chicajfo Tribune. ' I'oh Salk A food live room House sand two full lots. Good location flascity water, some fruit trees, small faille and coal house. This property rents for $10. a mont h. $700 t?ts t his property if purchased hoon. Inquire f V. II. PiiArr, under Pbiilipr. County Batik. DR. FENNER'S KIDNEY -Backache All disensaa of Kidneys, SUddor, Urlnr? Organ. A Imi. Dh.lllHBtllM KAAlf CURE tcbo,HeartDlaase.6ravel, uropsy, i'eajua irouoiei Don't become dttoeartged. There Is a oure fc, you. it i.uoenary write Dr. Fen nor. He hu 'int a lifo time curing Just iueb cases itsyuurs. - All consultations Free. "A rrnvel lor!ccd In mr hladdiir. Aftrii r.sliis a few bottles of Dr. Fenneir's Kidney tnd liackncho Jure 1 paused a gruvol lialf u larifo a n marl le. The medicine prevented turbuur lurnitttiuiiH. i was rureu. W.T.OAKES, Orrlx,Va." DruMMs. 5fe.. II. Ak for Cork Book-Free, CT VITIlCn UPC Sure Cure Clmilur. Pr uiaiilUU '.milWL tenner, Frednnla.N.V Sold hy .1. McOormlclc. GREAT NEWSi'APER BARQAIN. The S m!-Vrekly Captnl and I he IMiillipsburu Hera'd One Yer For $i 50. The Semi-Weekly Capital, published at Topeka, Is one of t he best farm newspapers published anywhere. Real Izlntf thata KHid ra vrket report Is one of the most valuable features of a farm newspaper, the Caplfal 'prlnts twice a week a full report of all the markets of the world, including -Topeka and the report Is aUvilutelj reliable. It prints all the news of iheclvilizeri world f iesh from the wires of the Ak soclated Press, covering t he Held more thoroughly than any of the metropoli tan weeklies. But In tho matter of Kansas news, It has no competitor, our large corps of special correspond ents enabling us lo cover the Held thoroughly Outside from your own home paper you can get more local news from the Capital than irom any other paper published. ' Editorially it labors unceasingly for the State's moral and material welfare While strongly republican In politics lis editorials are fairand unprejudiced and Its news columns are open alike t the doings of all political parties. It Is printed twiee a week for only tl.no per year. Order It in connection with the rhllllpsburg Herald for only 11.50 per year. Wanted. Special Representative In tbls coun ty and adjoining terrltarles, to repre sent and advertise an old establshed buslnei!8 house of solid tJInanclal standing. Salary til weekly, with expenses, paid each Monday by check direct from headquarters. Expenses advanced; position permanent. We furnish everything. Address, The Co lumbia, 630 Motion Rldg., Chicago, 111. Manager Wanted. ; Trustworthy lady or gentleman to manage business in this county and adjoining territory for well and favor ably known House of solid financial standing. 120.00 straight cash salary and expenses, paid each Monday by chick direct from headquarters. Ex pense money advanced; putftlon per. rnanent. Address, MANAGER CIO Monon B!dg., Chicago, HI.. '. 45-18 U lT-A-N S-Tabulcs - Doctors find ' A jjood prescription For mankind. , ' heJeent r.-k arete enonlh for atrial eV aoea The faoiilT bit'e ini eenei fetalis a ftp plTtoryaaf. AHdr n.-lriseallUera . Wakeful? Sleeplessness Is a Sign of Nerve Trou ble and Should. Be Looked To There are three different manifesta tions of sleeplessness. First, hardly to Bleep a wink all night, second, to lie awake a long; time before fulling asleep; third, to fall asleep soon, waking up after several hours and then find it hard to sleep again. They mean . that somewhere In the nerve fibres, somewhere In the brain cells, somewhere in the blood vessels that carry blood to the brain, something Is radically wrong, and must be righted, or the end may be worse than death. To right It, take Dr. Miles' Nervine. Some other symptoms of nerve trou ble are: ' Dizziness, Headache, Back ache. Worry, Fretfulness, Irritability, , Melancholy,' Lack of Ambition. They indicate diseases which may lead to Epilepsy, Fits, Bt. Vitus' Dance, Nervous rrostration, Paralysis, Insanity. Nothing will give such quick and last ing relief as Dr. Miles' Nervine. "My husband had been sick for weeks, onuld not sit up to have his bed made. With all the medical help we could get lie continued to grow worse. lie could neither Bleep or eat. Our baby girl was sent away, nnd all callers barred, be cause he could not stand a bit of talk ing. I rend of a case of nervous pros tration cured by Dr. Miles' Iteatoratlva Nervine. We began giving It to him, and in a few days he was able to be dressed. From that time he steadily Improved. .Nervine saved his life." ima. A. G. IIASKIN, FreevUle, N. T. T'TJT'f Write to us for Free Trial X liXiJU Packago of Dr. Miles' Antl Paln Pills, the New Sclentillc Remedy for Pnln. Also Symptom Blank. Our Specialist will diagnose your case, tell you what Is wrong, and how to right It, tree. DR. MIUSS MEDICAL CO., LAilOHAXOKLLtf, Ki.KliABX, IND, $390 For Letters About the South west. The Rock Island system offers twen ty prizes, of th aggregate value of $398, for letters relative to the territory along Its lines In Arkansas, Kansas, I nd Inn Territory, Oklahoma, Texan and New Mi'Xli'". Leitersslioulddeal with 1 he wrlt-r's experiences since he settled In the southwest. They should tell how much money he had when he arrived, what he did when he tlrst came what measure of success has since rewarded his effnrts and what he thinksof that portion of the coun try in which he is located. Letters should nut he less than 300 nor more than 1.5D0 words in length, and will he used for the purpose of advertising the k ullivrst. Letters are desired not only from farmers and farmers' wives -hut also from merchants, school teachers, tier irymen; from everyone. In hrlef, who h:isa story to tell and who knows how to fell It. , For circular giving details, write John Skhastias. Passenger TrRfllt manager, Rmk Island S.ftem, Chi cago, Illinois. SALE BILLS ! If jou contemplate having1 a sale, you , : will need a generous - . . supply of Bills and , you will want them tastily printed and readable. If you de 'sire Bills of - - - Other Kinds The HERALD can give you the Best, After you have them An AD in the HERALD will tell hundreds of peo ple that you cannot reach with Bills, " and the cost'is small. For printing of any kind consult this of fice. "The Best is the Cheapest." - - The HERALD, Ph'illipsburg, : : Kansas. eTHEe J ARCADE SHAVING PARLORS. 2 Simpson & Weaver. Props. 2 " J For Mh 1M Topnrlal word, m ' ' Gnaraniceit Sallafnctlnn and Flea-uri- aV fbiv g'Ya na Call. 2 Oor rTa tinrar pitlt iovt hair . 1 N.t fit yoq nj ra'n, m . Te nTtr kp Ju In th ch!f w . J - Cotll roa mlaa ih train. $ UNDER BISSF.LL HOTEL, Z Jrl1 Pbllrphnrf. Ki. ' rv Church Ha Dancing School. Rev. Martha A. Eortle, assistant pas tor of the Every Eay church on 8haw tnut avenue. Boston, has organized a danclDK class for the younger mem bers of the congregation and devotee fctr personal attention to terpslchorean instruction. The Leading Agricultural Journal of the Na tion Edited by an Able Corps of Writers. FREE! FREE! TO ALL OUR SUBSCRIBERS! THE Great American Farmer INDIANAPOLIS, IND. FREE! FREE! This valuable journal, in addition to the logical treatment of agricultural subjects will also discuss the great issues of the day, therebyy adding zest to its columns and giving farmers something to think about .aside from the every day humdrum of routing duties. within the next thirty days we offer two for the price of one. THE HERALD, the leading county paper and THE AMERI 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, Phaiipsburg-, Kansas. j FIRST NflTIOKflLt BAHK! phiii bisauno, KRfisAs. o i Capital and Surplus, $60,000. 9 Dues a jreneral banking business. Ruysand sells tureen exchange. 1 J ... Authorized depiKsltory for county funds. Lon and short tirue 2 loans at lowest rates. Your patronage Solicited. 5 GEORGE VEF.n, President; A. iT. GRAXGEItv Vice-president; 9 W. D. GRANGER, Cashier; I. H. ItOGERS, Assistant Cashier. -O : : : DIRECTORS : : : V. P flR A MfJIilR nBOPCE VTiTTI l TT ivnfn I I. 1. ROGERS Ka)ae)iiaiKse)iiifliiaaaBfBfl ' Hot a White Ele- mi f 3 nr ! CENTRAL t rw w M 51 WT M M littil iri. W y AL LarceBt nurserius in the world 4350 acres. Capital Stock $1,000,000. Millions of trees and vines, Apple, Teach, Plum, Poar, Cherry, Grape, etc., ihe largest, finest stock and best sorts ever offered by any nursery. Our men succeed where others fail. Writo to day for. terms, etc STARK BRO'S N. &.O. CO., Louisiana, Mo. Brancuej: Atlantic, la., Fayetteville, Ark.,' Daosville, NYJ Portland, N. Y lluntaville, Al TIME TABLE. PHILL1PSBLRQ, KANSAS. the "Rlnht Road" to and Irom end be twee CHICAOO ST. LOUIS MEMPHIS PEOH1A ST. JOSEPH KANSAS CITY OMAHA DENVER COLORADO SPRIN04 FORT WORTH ST. PAUL HINNEAPOLIS nd everywhere beyond. Trains leare Plillllpabnrir as follows: (Central Time.) Eastbound. No. 6, Fast Exprms, stop ai Im portant point only. .daily 7:20 a m No. in, Mail and Express ...daily U:.'0 a m No. LH Local Haswniier- dally 4;45 p m Nu. 42. Limiin. aloim at import ant points only... ....daily No. "I). Kant Krrirbt. daily No. Tit, Local Freight ....ex. Sun. :20 p m :40 a m 6 30a ra Westbound. No. 5, No. , No. 27 No 41, No, 7, Exprean dally 10.10 p m Fast Express daily 3:lSara Local Hasaenfvr daily 11:55 a m Limited, stops at Important points ouly .....dally 1:50 p m Fast Freight daily 10:3) pm t.ai Vrui . Sun a 111 n m No. 7 N 'os. H and 2. dallT except Sunday. .cnvrai a imc ileeplnsr car reaerta-ions. tickets, tlme- For tables. etc f apply to any kuck isiana Aicaet Agent. J. A. STEWART. Ass't Gen'l. Passenger Agent, Kansas Citr, Mo. For Rent or Sale On crop payment 8. several choice farms. Send for list. John Mulhall, Sioux City, Iowa. Professional Cards. L. T. BROWN, Physician and Surgeon. . ft.ldre two hlncka aat of IVm't h tel. O' (r at MiCmlrk drug t-" Heart obnn , Ii3 Office pbone Si. AH cills pp.mp'ly at , tetded ' W. D. GRANGER $ But a real up-to-date,.paying lum ber yard, for any purpose that you want. Our prices are the lowest for the material furnished. Come and figure with us and we will convince you that it will pay you to patronize us.jM LUMBER CO. Mora home and traveling salesmen everywhere to toll Stark Trees. Wn PAY fASH Week,y BEST CONTRACT, DET OUTFIT, ......-. ducuiv roricnr W O LUSMELL, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Offlre Flrat rloor aonth of HnraM nflct" nnde Fhl Hps County Kiyilt. Law . nd ahstaart. W. N. JIOORE, A ttorn e v-at-L w Special attention given to fomtncrctal Lsw. Pollectlons and Uankrupfry prnntlre; alao Knal F'tiite and Inanrance. Notanr In ofllce fllfice Mrat il oor west o( thi port office Pbilllpebatg, Kanaas. W. G. BISSEiX, Abstracts and Loans. The only absolutely reliable act of Abstrt Books in the county. Moner loaned on re enle No red taue. OtOre In baxement ( PMII'ps County Hank. We HL PRATT. Lawyer. PhiUipsbutg, Kansasv Ofllce over riiillips County P.ank. 20 years residence in county. Special facilities for maklnn rnllectlons. - llffcrs by p. rml"tnn tn l'bllls County and Klrat Nstionsl Hanks DR. Z. F. BURT Pliystcian. Treatment of Chronic Diseases Our Specialty. Office on tit South Side of the Square. ' DR. R. W. POPE, DENTIST. Tbone 40. Otf ce over Postoflke. Philllpsburi. Kansas. BEGGS' DL00D PURIFIER CURES catarrh ol the toraach.