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Haggard fits glasses. Fine hook work at tbls office. C. A. Lewis went to Kansas City Monday. ' " I.M Case came In from Greenwood yesterday. Mrs. W. W. Colby has been visiting In the city. . S. L. Eels has .returned from his visit' Inlllnois. : Lottie riiillips who has been away to school has returned. J. B. Elrod the Baker medicine man was down from Glenwood Monday. Taul Rambo has returned from the country where ho has been staying. I). B. Dyer the Capital representa tive was in town a short time Monday The Downs Times of last week says that Dr. Franklin will soon locate In Downs. The Kansas crop bulletin shows the outlook for a fruit crop to be excep tionally good. The salary of the postmaster has been raised another $100. It is now $1000 per annum. You can get the St. Louis Daily World for only one dollar a year. Sub scrlptlons received here. J. M. Campbell a prosperous farmer and good repulican of Beaver town ship was in the city Monday. A few of the farmers say that some of the earliest planted corn rotted be fore sprouting. This Is unusual. ' C. D. Gould cime down from Sum ner Sunday afternoon to bring his daughter Bessie who will attend nor mal. Stopping a clock is a poor way to save time. Stopping advertising is a poor way to saVe money New En gland Grocer. Save money and let the boy culti vate the corn with a two row disc and bbovel cultivator. For sale by Bride groom & Marsh. We bare a Belmont correspondent this week. We should like a good active correspondent in every town ship of the county. Leonard Stepper one of the republi can wheel horses an J a prosperous farmer ot Mound was doing business in the city Tuesday. U. Di. roe weni io xsonon oaiuruay evening. Mrs! Poe and Lela who had been .visiting there came home with him Monday morning. Nellie Woo'ls who has been visit' Ingin Washington foj a year is ex pected to return to her home in this city the first of next week. Your friends Judge you by the stationery you use. You will create a favoroble impression If you hav8 it printed at the Herald olllco. Mrs. Bowman accompanied Arthur Mlzell to Prairie View Monday In or der to be present at her sisters wed ding which occurred yesterday. Pearl Enterllne will soon leave for Downs where she will work In the telephone exchange. L'zzle Gebhart will take the place she vacates here. C'rarlcs Brush a grandson of Rev. Mann, arrived In town the latter part of last week from Custer county, Ne braska. Mr. Brush expects to locate here. C. V. Eberstein and wife returned from the exposition last Saturday. Mr. Eberstoln left Immcdlatly for Wichita on business mission where he remained a few days. Dr. G. W. Franklin, of Phlllipsburg was in Osborne Friday, looking for a location. He may decide to locate In Downs. Dr. Franklin is a young man of very striking appearance. W. II. Smith and family, of Selden, are visiting Mrs. Smith's parents II. H. Taylor and wife south of Phlllips burg. They will make their future home in the Burg. Prairie View News. A. W. Glbbs who Is a member of the firm of Gibbs and Wright also trustee of Solomon township was in Phlllipsburg last Thursday. Mr. Gibbs states that his firm Is enjoying a good business. Mrs Hazard returned from St Louis Saturday evening. Mrs. Blssell who accompanied her to St. Louis will visit in the east during the summer. Mrs. Haggard states the Exposition is a very large affair. Do you need more blood, and more flesh, do you need more strength this spring? Ilollfster's Rocky Mountain Tea will brim them all. If It falls your money back. 35 cents. Tea or tab let form. Ask your druggist. John Ray who taught the Marvin schools last year was a visitor yester day. Mr. Ray states that he has been Invited to deliver the memorial ad dress at Edmund. We lUe to see tre young men pressed into ben Ice lot fib kind. I FINE SPORT For man ana maid Is icrouuct. This Is the right time for It, too. oooooooooooooooooooooo t Four Ballot, $.75 Six Ball Sst, J.00 Eight Ball Set, 1.25 ooooooooooooooooooooo A complete line of Base Ball Goods, Fishing Tacklo, Kodaks and Supplies Y. H. TROMP, Book Seller, News Dealer and Stationer. Prof. Phinney one of the faculty of normal instructors arrived in this city from Mankato Mouday evening. Prof. Baker came in early Monday morning according to his custom witu a nice following of shcool ma'ami. Mrs. Lewis visited her son Glenn at Mexico Mo. where he has been attend ing school. They are both at home again. The parties who borrowed a step ladder .from the plainlDg mill please return same at once and save trouble. Their names are known. To Rknt Two good basement rooms for small family. Terms Four Dollars per month. Inquire of W. n. Pratt, Office under Phillips County Bank. Jacob Nipps who attended the G. A. R. encampment at Emporia lust week returned to Topeka where he will vi sit for a short time before coming home. Jay T. Morton a school boy friend of the editor who recently returned to this county from Mitchell county was In the city yesterday. . Jay still thinks Phillips county Is all right. Graduating exercises of the Marvin high school class were held last night. Prof. Arthur made the class address. The graduates are Lulu Swim, Lucy King. Alice Glbbs, and Grace Ewell. Prof. Ray says il ls a. strong class. - Mrs. Henry Hahnenkratt, who had been visiting borne folks In Phillips burg for three weeks, returned home Saturday evening, accompanied by her brother-in-law, John Hahnenkratt, who returned home Sunday morning. Stockton News. Rumor has it that the Rock Island will build a $25,000 depot at Phillips burg, provided the city will glrc a rlght of-way to the public square, so the depot can be built In town. If this rumor should prove true.lt will be a great thing for Phlllipsburg. Prairie View News. II. C. Duff of Phlllipsburg and ,Mrs. Jennie Thompson of Klrwin spent Sunday with the News family. Mrs Thompson is a sister of Mrs. Parker, and has charge of the Klrwin tele phone exchange. Her children, Elma and Harry, who visited here two weeks, returned home the first of the week. Stockton News. The hail Insurance companies rcc ognized the fact that some parts of Kansas are more likely to be bailed out than others so the rate for small grain varies. In Phillips county it is six per cent and in this county only four, while In Osborne It is five, according to the rate card of the St-Paul Insur ance com pany. Sm I th Cou o ty Pionee r John Ferris received notice this morning that his device for measur ing cloth In the bolt was original and a patent had been granted on the same, it is aesignea to save mer chants much valuable time when they are invoicing each year. He will sell the right to manufacture the device. Why not make It In Smith Center- Smith Center Pioneer. O, N. Hlttle came dwn from Phlllipsburg Friday evening, return- log next day. He is taking a layoff for three weeks. He had just return ed from Great Bsnd, where be owns a farm, and says the wheat down there Is simply great It was not yet head ed out, yet In driving through It the buggy axle would strike It. Tbere is 120 acres of wheat on his farm. Lebanon Argus. Last Friday, City Marshall Sterling went over to Phlllipsburg and secured a contract for a cement walk In front of and the approaches leading to the public school building. This job will be completed for $127, and we believe the people of Phlllipsburg will be well satisfied with the work. There will no doubt be several such walks built over there and we hope our people will secure the contracts.-Stockton Newt. I Os"ar Hili from Logan is In the city today. ( D P. Duvcll was la fro m Plainvlew Monday. E. R. Barber was in from Spce d Monday. Ira Manlon is visiting In town for a few days. Jack Lynch Jr has returned to Phlllipsburg. G. n. Tannahill shipped a car of bogs yesterday. F. L. Daggett has returned to this for a short visit. You can get the best In job print ing at the Herald office. Two work horses for sale cheap. In .quire at the Phillips County Bank.. M. A. Spaulding invites your atten tion in tbls issue to his show window. John Lowe movtid his restaurant t the north side of the square yester day. It is rumored that a skating rink may -be located here In the near future. One of the newly elected bishops of the M E church will mako his home at Topeka. C. M. Arnold went to Klrwin Sat urday evening tolattend the gradual Ing exercises. John Deere and Canton riding and walking cultivators for sale by Bride groom &Marsh. For quick sales list your real estate with W. II. Pratt. Office under Phillips County Bank. J. J. Wlltrout one nf the leading business men of Phillips couity is over from Logan today,' If you are In need of any thing In clothing or furnishing goods don't fall to go to the Shlmeall's. Rev. G. H. Woodward has been visit ing in the city this week. He will soon return to Colorado City. Coal at summer prices, Niger head at $7.25. Best Lump coal at $7.50 per ton. LaRue and Montgomery. County Attorney Sullivan went to Kirwln one day tbls week for the pur pose of an lolding Inquisition. I have a choice bargain In real es tate for some one who speaks quick. W. n. Pratt, Phlllipsburg Kans. Elsie Montgomery accompanied Bes sie Rumbaugh to her home in Green wood Saturday and remained over Sunday. .Wayne Smith and 3. E. Utter rep resented Phillips county at the popu list congressional convention at Colby yesterday. Mrs. Martha Rumon will . ask the district court to dissolve the marital relation between herself and husband Suit was fllea Monday. " All you have to dolsdrlve, In culti vating with a two row disc and shovel cultivator. Saves one man For sale by Bridegroom & Marsh For Insurance of farm property see W. II. Pratt, Phlllipsburg Kansas who represents the reliable Home Insurance Co. of New York. Friday afternoon 27th, a missionary social at the home of Mrs. Haggard, enme a'l and bring your ten centf. Ice cream and cake will be served. I havo a buyer for Kansas farms. If you want to sell, list with ineor write for particulars. , Houace Gkan. HeUt Building, Kansas City, Mo. Messrs. J. L. Seavcy. C. E. Stearns. W. W. Drlggs and F. M. Chapman vl Ited the Odd Fellows lodge at Logan Thursday night and assisted In de gree work. A damage suit for for $5000 was he gun Monday Newt Cobblo has sued Lon Piper of Kirwln. for personal in- juries Inflicted upon him In a "scrap" in wnlch they engaged. For Sale A good 100 acres in Bow Creek township, prairie land, smooth and nearly all tillable. A bargain at $10 an acre. Half down, balance on ;lme. Inquire of W. n. Pratt. Tbere has been gome talk of organ izing a band from among tbe joung men. Little has been done yet, but It would be all right. Besides the musical training it would furnish good amusement for some of tbe bojs spare Hours. TftVA'a Vnitnil A 0rft m a am 1 1 shattered fort couple who who came hup. ! i c f tvaAlr fl..m D ni... V.II... .!. Ul.1V. IOOU IftUIJl XICU llll&II VJIJ . . t . I I . . iur hid yuiyvno m iccuiug marrieO. Tbey were young and the father ar rived In time to Drevent. th nrofnr. ma nee ol the ceremony. Tbere was a fishing excursion to the Solomon last Sunday. Those making up tbe party' were: Misses Miriam Drlggs. Florence Meldrum, Mary Ferguson, Pearl Enterllne, Susie Close, Bernlce Stinsoo, Fay Tooker, and Messrs. Tait Crane, Wm. Rouge- monr, Tom Close, Root Meldrum, Robt Tooker, Harlan Cummings, How bmltb, ind Walter Mill. Hymenel. Paisley Ramuo. Last evening at eiht o'clock Ben O. Paisly and Helen E. Rambo were united in marriage at the borne of the brides parents. The ceremony was performed In the pre sence of a few relatives and Intimate friends. Rev. Geo. Woobward former pastor of the M. E. church officiated and Robert Tooker and his sister Fay acted in the capacity of best man and bridesmaid. The wedding march was played by Miss Susie Close. .Follow Ing the ceremony, sumptuous wedding feast was served. The newly wedded pair took the train east and will visit Mr. Paisley's parents at Well ngton, from which tbey will probably go to Fort Worth Texas for a short visit before return ing to this city! Ihelr future home will be in the Rambo residence in lhis city where they already have suitable rooms conveniently furnished. The young couple is numbered among the city's best known and re spected young people and they have a large circle of friends who wish them a 'long life of success and happiness. At the borne of the bride May 18, 1904 Clarence J. Kendrew and Miss Mabel Edna' Morton were united In marriage in the presence of a large company of friends and relatives after whioh a splendid Supper was served The following is the list of presents Mr. and Mrs. Morton, dishes. Mr. and Mrs. Kendrew, household furni ture, Mr. and Mrs. Caswell, lamp Mr. end Mrs. J. E. Smith, center set and tqwels, Mr. Mrs. Joe Weeks and daughter sliver teaspoons, Mr. and Mrs. R. Weeks, water set. Mrs. Weeks cake plate and cream pitcher, Mr. and Mrs. Wesoott, table cloth and berry set. . Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Porae roy, Jelly dish. Lottie Morton, bread plate, llattle Morton, bed spread. Rev. H. P. Mann. Walkkr Mi'zell. Yesterday at one o'clock p. m. at the home of the brides parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Walker of Prairie. View occurcd the wedding of Mlsslzora Walker and Mr. Arthur Mlzell. Rev. Cowman of Jen nings officiated. These young people are well and favorably known in the western part of the county. Mr. Ml- zell is the son off. A. Mlzell and is a well-to-do young farmer. ..The future home will be on a farm near Prairie View on which a good new residence has just been completed. The Hku- ald Joins with friends In extending congratulations. Hackek Thomas. Raloh Hacker of Norton and Emma Thomas, of this place were married at Republican City. last Tuesday.. Further particu lars are unlearned at this wrftlng. v tOwnsknd fickle: 'O. W. Town. send and Aura B Fickle were married last Friday by Probate Judge Country man. Both these young people are well known In PhilllspUurg. Schemi'kk Smith. L. K. Schem. per, of Long Island and Dora Smith of mirio View were married at the office of the probate Judge last Tues day. J. K. Edwards la Dead. J. K. Edwards one of the prominent figures In Phillips county died at bis home In Arcade township Wednesday evening at eight o'clock of heart failure. Mr. Edwards was eighty years old and had been 111 for two or three weeks. He Is an old resident of Phillips county having lived here for Just thirty two years. At one time he filled tho office of coroner. The funeral occurs today at eleven o'clock. The remains will be placed to rst on the farm near the house. Mr. Edwards being a devout Catholic the services will he conduct ed, by Father Daly from Norton and the six sons who are left behind, fol lowing the request of the deceased, will act as pall bearers. There re main to mourn his departuro the kIx sons and one daughter. flarrlage License. Since last report the following marriage licenses have been granted. O. W. Townsend and Aura Fickl both of Phlllipsburg. ' Ralph I. She-Ill of Woodruff and Clara F. Young of Alma. Arthur Mlzell and Izora R. Wilker of Prairie View, R. Braman was in from ii Monday, nis daughter Is attending normal. Joe Lee suffered a serious accident yesterday, A chunk of Ice dropped upon his foot cushlng It quite badly. The Injuries while painful are not dangerous. Tbe common school graduates of Klrwin and Agra held their com mencement exercise it the former place last Saturday evening. The program was well rendered and a very pleasant time Is reported. Prof W R Arthur delivered a very able class id- dres. There were sixteen mersben of the claw at this p1ac BEGGS' BLOOD PURIFIER CURES catarrh of tin riottirtb. UEtlsR SLPARA'.CR. OOOOOO OCrnfl in Tneh Mnm laiiinr bib - i : Trade Wth me and Win a Fortune. Call and Learn Particulars. A FULL LINE OF FURNITURE, Carpets, Rujrffs, Linoleums, Shades, Curtains, etc. A Special Line of China MltlingS from 25c. to 45c. per yard Couches $7. Up ; Sultana Cottage Carpet only 25c. per yard and other Bargains too numerous to nientioai A Complete Stock of Undertaking. Special Attention to Embalm ing and Funeral Direct ing. t $25,000 Given OOOOOO 000000404rHOf00OfOHO0040 FmST NATIONAL BANK! f Hii-biituno, KnA. X Capital and Supplua, $60,000. oe Keneral banking business. Buys and sells forelirn oxehanin loans at lowest rates. Your nutronii J,n,.it GEORGE VEEII, President; " x. n. nuumw, Assistant, t'uslilor. O t : : DIRECTORS : : s S E. P. GRANGER GEORGE VEEII A. II. GRANGER J i. II. ROGERS W. D. GRANGER t EiBaum- . J. E, Jones. PAINTERS and PAPER HANGERS. r Paintinff of any description, Houses old and new, Carriage painting-, Inside fiinishing- and Sig-n writing'. Hard Wood Finish a Specialty. Paper hang-ing- neatly and sub stantially done. ED. BAIJM. mm BAUfl & Phillipsburg, ... fl m SHOW WINDOW. Our Show Window has not pleased ua but wc tliin.'c that at last we have it so built You can see the BARGAINS we place in it. Remember the Bargains there arc only sam ples of what we will show you inside. CLOTHING, SHIRTS, SUIT CASES, TRAVELING BAG3, TELESCOPES, Come in and look at them. fl. fl. SPAUliDIJiG, The Tailor. TRY THE For all. the COUNTY ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. Tubukfs : Oil - Themselves Intelligent buyers sclecl machines that help themselves. All separators except one ImaoH ciirw that must be filled watched dug out. The Tubular Separators . Is the OXLY one that don't. All gearing is en closed in a small box the motioa of tbe gear wheels keeps all the gear bathed tnamlsfrot oli No other runs so light. Call for catalog. Take a look at the gears. ' TI.a . C!iL J c uicu. aiimu aim aun, Phlllipsburg, Kansas. Diiino f.:.. k OMAMtltl m i v k i tm u nw . XXKKK i Away. $25,000 ooooo cwhww wvnuivvili If A. II. GRANGER, Vice-president; ? JONES, . . , Kansas, HERALD NEWS that's -worth reading J. E. JORS.