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PHI' LIPSBURG HERALD.
-Phlliftburg, - Kaoms. ESTABLISHED, 1877. Piibli .he1 every Thursday it Phillips burg, Kan-is, and entered at the po.-ol". :i - second-class mail matter. One Jollar In adv U otlterwlac sped d, japcr will be dmiinued at expiration ui kuHcriutiun. and until uirearairft are fall paid LYMAN' W M ATTESON.I Editor and Proprietor. Leading Paper of P hilllps County. Republican Ticket National For President. . . .Theodore Roosevelt. Congressman Dlst...VV. A. Reider Statu. Fur.Governor..;.... Edward W. Iloch, of Marion. For Lieut. Governor. . . .David Ilanna, of Graham. For Secretary of State. .Joel R Burrow of Smith. For Auditor of State... Seth G. Wells of Neosho. For Treasurer of State. .Thos. Kelley. of Miami. For Attorney General... C.C. Coleman of Clay. ' Fur Supt of Insurance. . .Cbas. Luting of Sedgwick. . ForSuptPub Instruction, I.L.DayholT of Reno. For Sup'Court Judge(Oyre)W.R.Smltl) of Wyandotte. For Sup Court Judge(Oyrs) E. W. Cun nlngham, of Lyon. For Sup Court Judgc(4yrs)C.A.Smltb of Mitchell. For R. R. Commissioners, Geo. W. Wheatlcy, of Cherokee; A.D. Walk er of Jackson; J. W. Koblnson of Butler. For Senator 40th Dlst. W. II. Haskell of Smith. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The Herald is anthorlied to announce the candidacy of Chas. W. Hum. of Klrwln (or the office of reprenentative of the Kni district sub ject to the dtcMon of the Republican count; conTention. Tom McNcal has a a boom for state printer. . In Smith county the republican con Tentiou for the nomination of countj officers will be held June 4th. Our date is August 18. I I V A Kansas City man recently arrest ed on charge of vagrancy has a habit of eating coal. A man who Is so ex iravugant ought to be locked up. The county attorney of Linn county 11. O. Trlnklu who has refused to pm secute the J'lliil Us must now answei for It In the mpivine court. Attor ney general Coleman has brought action to oust him from office. Should the machine element suceed in organizing tho house, in the next legislature, which It seem, they ma) possibly do. we wonder If Leland w lie ni anxious to secure a speaker In hiirinnnv wnh the govenor as he was vwnyi-urn t! Lebanon Argus. Phil iosburg bnasts or forty new housr-s beinir built in the last, yenr Smith Center can probably go them a few better. Smith Center Messenger Perhaps, but we notice that the gain In population during the past year is nearly four times as great In Pni:ilpbJrg as In Smith Center. Bishop Day who was elected at the recent general conference tendered his resignation Immediately He Raid be did not. feel called to accept, and thHt theotllce would conflict with his duties in the line of christian rduca tlon. His place way remain vacant for some time. An Italian now clams that a poem be wrote In his native tongue furnish ed the Inspiration for the famous sonnet on "Opportunity" bv John , Ingalls. May be so, hut he must ad mil that Ingalls has Immortalized something that otherwise would have quickly perished. Warden Jewett of the state prnl tentlary hss been arrested for con tempt of court. The warden It Is said refused to recognlzo the authority of Judge Sheldon of Olathe who ordered the release of a prisoner fwm his county, This will test the extent of a Judges authority over the warden of the Hale penitentiary. If half the rumors we bear have any foundation In fact, there are at least fifty republican who have aspirations but. who have h-en holding hack for fear sme one mlitht guess that they desired to heroine candidates. This is not good pollnv. The succss of candidates anion ion n-oenru upon the public' nowlpdue nf his sptIs fitness fur the place be seks and bis lotegrltv. The It Is now broken ai , other cuidlJairs may be expected to foll'jwiuit quickly, Chas, Rowett of Kansas City ban been appointed state accountant Pension commissioner E. F. Ware says thatihe will remain In the pen- ion department ontll "pardoned out of it. The socialists expect to poll 20,000 votes in Kansas this year. This would mean a greatly Increased re publican majority. The Herald Is in receipt of the ncech, "Prosperity under Properlty" tv Hon. Phil P. Cam obeli of the third iitrict, which was delivered in Con fess March 29, 1901. Campbell will soon win fame as an orator. A Mormou once argued polygamy with mark Twain. The Mormon In sisted that polygamy was moral and defied Twain to cite any passage of Scripture that forbade the practice. Weir said the humorist, "how a- ouui inac passage tnao tens us no man can serve two masters?" Ex. Sharp betters are offering big odds on what might seem a losing propos itlon. They are. willing to wager that Roosevelt will not be renominated for president. When we consider that he has neur been nominated for that office, we do not wonder that they are offering special Inducements tosuckers Wm. Allen White who volunteered to accept the position of state accoun ant without a salary attachment, will probably get the job. This position which was created by the legislature ot 1903 Is salaried at 12000 a year but Geo. Bailey never filled. It is one of mportance and the officer will have access to accounts of e very officer in the state. The attorney general of Nebraska has ruled that teachers have no right to require school children to "tell on' their play mute, and If the youngster refuses to tattle on demand they will he upheld by the courts. Comment ing on this the Indianapolis Journal says: "Teachers who ask pupils to tell tales on their associates are unfit for their positions, and nocnirt is need ed to prove the fact". State Journal All Is not perfectly lovely with the Standard Oil Co. but there will prob ably be but few sympathizers with It in time of trouble. An action to re cover $H).ooo,OTO has been brought against It by Mrs. Grecnbaugh win claims to be the widow of the invent or of tbe process by which oil Is pre parea tor use. a royalty or one quarter of a cent for each gallon sold since 1874 is what she claims, which Is a very modest demand If her allega tlons are correct. Sensational charges have been sprung against Secretary of State, Burrow hy t lie State Journal regard ing certain transactions that a re report ed as being somewhat shady. Burrow it is said purchased city bonds of Smith Center In such a manner that It work ed private gain at the expense of the Htale permanent school fund, ll Burrow is not straight we have nr more sympatny for- him than an) other man. But a short time ago he offered to make good any loss to the state hchool fund during his admlnis iration. The charges have the at pearance of being brought for political effect. Of course we nviv expect the Dispatch to show Its loyalty to thr republican party by bulling Burrow i. Illlle harder Castor Nominated. The ppullsts at Colhy vesterd:.) unanimously nominated H. O Casto ofOherlinto make the race against Ueeder for congress. Castor Is bellev ed to be a strong candidate and will run well In Decatur, but will not do much unltss endorsed by the demo crats which Is probable. Prof W G Rlste of the Norton Coun ty High School will dell er a lecture under the auspices of the Normal In silt ute next Tud.sday evening. His subject wlil be The Vital Touch Admission will be free to all. Beware ! OUtmeati for Citarrb. That Con ula Mcrtirr, as mercury will surely destroy the seuse of smell and Completely derange the whole system when entering It through the mucous surfaces. Such articles should nerer be used except on prescriptions from reputable phy slulans, as the damage they will do is ten told to the good you can p-awluly derive from them. Hall's Citarrb cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Company; Toledo, Ohio; contans no mercury, and Is taken Internally, act ing directly udon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. I nuytng Hail's catarrh core be sure to get tbe genuine. It tx taken Inter, nnlly and mitdt In Toled.i. Ohio, hy F. J. Chrny Co. Testimonial free. Sold by Druggists. Price, "oo. per bottle. Take Hull's family Pills rorconbtl- at Sunday to too) and preaching Son tuition. da;. The pastor delivered a Koud COUNTY NEWS. Delmont. We are bavng nice weather these days! Farmers are almost through plant ing corn. Bliss Minnie Peak is at Philllpsburg attending normal. Walter West, who has been helping Mr. Cates in bis store at Speed, will attend normal. Clfrlo Swanson is doing carpenter work on the new opera house which is being built at Logan. Miss Emma Boetbln returned to Colorado Springs after a short visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Boetbln. A township Sunday school conven tlon was at the Pleasant Hill -school house last Sunday, and officers were elected for the next year. , Some of our neighbors have been In vesting in lightning rods, and they say they have enough of lightning rods and lightning rod agents, Merklcln and Bach have built a new bouse on their place in Belmont. Al though we have not heard, we suppose that Mr. Paul Boetbln, who is living on the place, intends to bring a new housekeeper there. S. C. Swanson has announced; him self as candidate for the office of con stable of Belmont township, subject to the repuoilcan township caucus. Mr. Swanson Is a young man of good habits and if nominated will, we fee) sure, be elected by a large majority. Freedom. Crops are needing rain very much Sarah and Mary MuKown are at- tennlbg normal. Mr. and Mrs. Will Francis visited at Schermerhornes Sunday. Leah Whery left Wednesday for a visit with her aunt at Colby. Mr. and Mrs. C A. Hassler of Cry stal visited at Wiillt Vande water's Sunday. ' flarvln Mrs. John Brown Is in a critical condition. Our merchants had a very large trade Saturday. Father Quanz who has been III for a month Is Improving. Miss Marie Taylor v. ill attend nor mal driving from home. Mr. Edward Rogers of Kansas City Is visiting G. W. King. Grandpa Duncan of Sel den is visit ing his daughter, Mn, Will King. Several farmers round aoout are reported los'ng calves and cattle from blackleg. The six months old d fighter of Mr tnd Mrs. Silvia was burled about two weeks ago. MlssOllle Breed nf Nemaha county is visiting her uncle J. M. Breed and other friends. Miss Eunice Baker reports a very Interesting time at the W. C. T. U convention at Agra. narry Wright has moved his family into the residence he has purch lsd In the south part of town. Mr. Chas. Federlck had the mlS' fortune to lose hit house by fire last Monday night. No Insurance. Memorial services will he held tbe M. E. church next Sunday evening Rev. Wardrup preaching the sermon John Fearing, our barber and photo pher has put up a new shop and dwell Intr on the east adjoining Brackens it ore. The graduation exercises for the Marvin high school take p'ace on Wednesday evening of this week at the M. E. church,- Mr, Garrison has re-roofed h's house built, a neat new barn and moved bis family Info their new house. Also has Insured his buildings. John Lorlm r hn bien appointed carrier of the new R. P. D route out of Marvin, and began t he service on Mondav of last week. He report considerable mall. Crystal. Weaver spent Charlie Weaver spent Sunday at Jensen's. Daillhh Kennedy Is working at Emmet Abbotts. Several farmers In this vicinity finished listing last week. Leola Braman, Rachel Matte. and Eliza Kennedy are attending normal at the 'Burg. A little habv daughter took nn her anode at the home of Mr. and Mrs, E-met Abbott May 16. There m quite a lame attendance sermon on "Faithfulness. " Among the visitors were Nate Nate Davis of Greenwood and Mr. and Mrs, Marsh and two daughters from Sumner. Revival Notes. Souls to sav ! Fine weather ! Moonlight nights ! Come out to meeting ! The tabernacle was full Sunday night. Splendid interest excellent at tention, Rev. James Kerr, the Evangelist, has a strong voice and preaches un varnished truth. The Revival Song-book, "Songs of Praise and Salvation" is the newest and best out. It contains 145 choice hymns for 10 cents. The platform Is being nicely carpet ed with rugs and the tent with straw. Our brother Crary J. Martin Is here from Winded, Kansaa. He is a tine singer and musician. Three services each day at 8:30 a. m. morning prayer meeting, ns z:.w p. m. Blole stuay meeting, ana at cia p. m. Song service and sermon. Come ! Tyho. Railroad Notes. Orlin Hinman, night fireman at the beater, is taking a vacation and be and bis family hav gone- to D'-sMoines, Iowa, on a visit to Mr. Hinman paronU. A daughter was born recently to Mr. and Mrs. Lew Marvin and a son to Mr. Elmer Moore and wife. Van Young has quit tbe oar gang and gone to Kansas City. His parents live near there and he expects to work his father's farm this summer. Van passed tbe cigars to all the boys before he left C. L. NuckolK formerly yard roaster here, is working in a planing mill in Fairbury. Frank Hain received a telegram Tues day afternoon announcing the death of his father at 1:30 p. m. of that day. He and bis wife left Wednesday on No. 6 for Stuart. Iowa, to attend the f unral which was held Thursday. We extend tbe sympathies of tbe railroad boys to Frank. The General Manager, General Supt. of Motive Power and about a dozen les ser oftioials went west Tuesday after noon in a special train. . Tbey spent two or three hours in Phillipsburg ic specting the railroad property. A general reduction of forces seems to be Boinn on in the railroad world. This movement has not yet struck Phillips burg very forcibly although all over time tbat can bn don without, is being eliminated and tbe pay roll will be con siderahly less than it was three or four months ago. Three of the youngest engineers run ning on tho Nebraska Division have been put back to firing and four newly hired engineers have been laid off indefinitely. The engineers that were, put back to Bring, takes tbe preferred runs and that makes several changes among the fire men, and Earl Sears loses bis run on tho "Jersey" between here and Belle ville. Ed Stout takes the run in Earl's place. Six train crews have been laid off at Fairbury, and we understand tbat the B. A M. Company laid off twenty seven crews at Vymor, Nebraska. On the new time table to g into ef feet, Sunday, June 5, No. 27 (tbe Jersey) is to be run as a mixed train between Phillipsburg and Goodlaud. Engine 1196 came from Goodland Sunday tbe 15th, and got out on itsneit trip Sunday the 22nd lacking just two hours and twenty-five minutes of lying here a full week; and the crew lay here the same length of time. Money in that. Normal Notes. Indications at present point to a very successful inHtitute. Enrollment reached 00 the first day Rev. James Kerr visited the institute Tuesday morning and conducted devo tional exercises. Normal is hold early this year. Th wpather will ho cooler and the teachers can do better work. It will also enable them to get their certificate soon after the annual meeting is held. A large number of pupils from the eighth grade are in attendance. The chaogps made in the course of study have improved it considerably. Logan graduating exercises will be held next Saturday evening. - The high school graduates of the Mar vin schools held their commencement exercises last evening. Ed Amherst Ott on "Sour Grapes" June 11. R. E. Pact won Kline's enter tainment June 17. School officers are cordially invited to visit the institute and select their teach ers. Tbe drawing, physics and general his tory clawi are rather lonesome both for teacher and pupil. in tne Right Pises. "How's the new organist?" asked one of the parishioners. "Ob, ht Dirts beautifully," replied Ui soprano of the church tjuirttt. j - ' What You Pay For Rent s 0 far as.yon are ed represents a cally amounts to cne third of. your in come at least consideration and some times more. This money, if SAVED AND PROPERLY INVESTED, in a fer years will pay for a home and then instead of eking: out a mere ex is.tencc and having nothing left at the end of a stated period, ytu will find yourself the possessor of desirable and valuable property. The renter seldom makes much pro gress. He works to make others rich, and sometimes he will work harder to do this than when working- on his own account. THERE'S A BETTER vAY and I will tell you about it, as 1 have several choice farms for sale any of which will make an ideal home. c H E A P H O M E S W. H. The World's Fair is Open It's the biggest thing ours ever saw greater than Chicago, Buffalo and Paris Expositions combined more beautiful than anything ever before cr ated by man. You can't afford to miss it. Reduced rates are already in effect. From Philligsburg they arc: 15 Day Ticket 60 Day Ticket -Season Ticket Full information at A. E. F. D. Notice. Owing to Decoration day I will not take In bogs for shipment till Monday June 6. Bring In your stock and make a big shipment on that date. W.C. Whitney, Mgr., Agra Ship ping Association. For Sale. A good farm of 100 acres, all fenced and crohsed fenced; 130 acres under cultivation; 12 acres In trees; 1(5 acres in alfalfa. A good frame house of four rooms. Frame granary 12x16 feet Frame chicken bouse 10x12. Good hog yard securly fenced. This farm Ia situated in tbe north part ot the county and can be had for $300o. If sold now, crops go to purchaser. W IL Pkatt. $25,000 0lvn Away, , Tbe Pre Advert Ihlng Co. furnishes ftM.OOOincasb premiums to merchants. A certltlcate that entitles the holder to one estimate of the total paid at tendance at the World's Fair Is given with each 15 purchase of tfoods. Coupons are given for each purchase less than $.") which can be exchanged for a prize certificate when coupons amount to $5 There are 1400 cash premium that run from to to 110,000 each. Five special premiums of toOOeacb for early estimates. All have an equal opportunity to share lo these girts It costs you nothing to make an estimate. Try your skill. Coupons and certificates ui ven away to customers by the follow ing merchants: II. C. Blckford, General Merchan dise. B. M, & S. Hardware Co., Harness, Hardware and Oils. C. B. Lane, carpels, furniture and Undertaker. J. L. McCormlck & Co; Drugs, Paints, Wall Paper and Millinery. Ask them for these coupr.ns and certi ficate and share in tbe distribution of these cash premiums. The Whole Story. Old Gentleman See here, young ster, do you know what happens when little boys stay away from school? Little Boy Sure! a good time an' dea ipankln. personally concern LOSS. It practi G O O D F A R M S if i PRATT. J of its kind this round g-lobe of $ 19.35 ' 21,50 25.80 this office or by addressing: COOPER, D. P. A., Topcka. BRADLEY, Agent, Phillipsburg, Kansas. Memorhl Sunday. Next Sabbath, May 29, we will have all day services: 8:3Ja. m. Prayer meeting. 10: a. m. Sabbitb school in tent. 11: a. m Memorial sermon by lie v. Kerr. 12: Noon, Dinner. Basket dinner in the Tabernacle. 2:30 p. m. Preaching. 4: p. m. Boys and Girls Meeting. 7:3o p. m. Song Service and 1: reach ing. What a Bny Can D J." Be frank. Be polite. , Be prompt. Be obliging. ; Obey his paronts. Keep himself tidy. Never use profanity. Be useful about home. Keep out of bad company. Never laugh at a course Joke. Learn his his lessons thou roughly. Never be disrespectful to old age. Be kind to bis brothers and sisters. Take tbe part of those who are used. Never make fun of another because he is poor. Fail If be cannot pass his examina tions honestly. Never tell or listen to a story which he would not repeat to bis mother. Uncle Jack In Mail and Breeze. Notici of Flaal Settlement, In lha ProlMta rnon, in tba County of Phllllpi, Id Id Swia ol Kluiir. tn th matter ot tha Eatata of Margaret Duncan Da-caaxl. Nolle la berth? gWra to alt era I torn and niour pervooa tuiarcitej In tha abova entitinl miltrr that I will, o- tba &lni day of Jnna IWH, mat dual Mtileraant of liwa'UH of Mar g.rvt I'nncan dvoaacfl. and ill at Ulat t'm, apply to Mi Prona Una t of Phlll p cmnty, SanFM. to tM rtl-chargcd M Admlnl'lrator of tba aaldmUt Haaat iuc, adinlolattaior. Ntk ef Appjilntmeat Slate nf Kartaa. Phillip innfy. . In lh. Milter of tha raiate of Racial Knight late of i'bllilu fruni. Km l?otr la bht la. h on I ha tVl Atr of An II. A I) !'. 0" ntidwlni d a h thr trubate root! of Pblll. a coont. Kina. dnly ao pilntixt nnillflrtt a raaniai -f M-h. Knlrbi li'drm. h ri.f I. 1. Kulyht, Ula of Poll llpaoaMT dm ra1 All trt Intr.M'Hl rlt taka aotloa and ar Ibrtnaalfaa trennticgla 1 A. POLLARD. Gaa'dlan Subscribe for the Herald. X