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THE HERALD. PHILLIFSBURG. - KANSAS. p Subscribe for the Herald now. Dishes at cost at "Walter Green's. . Goods below cost at G, B. Duke's. Bargains in dry goods and shoes at Duke's. Thos. Cox, of Deer Creek, was in the city yesterday Go to Duke at McKay's corner for goods at a sacrifice. Jack Hummer had the misfortune to lose his horse Monday. Rubbers, underwear and clothing, at cost, at Walter Green's. . Great sacrifice of goods at Duke's, immense bargains while they last. Don't fail to see "the Little Injun" on exhibit at W. "W. Reynolds & Co. All new goods; hats, caps, gloves to fit you at Walter Green's new store. Money to loan. - No red tape. W. 0. Bis sell, office in Phillips County Bank building. Harry Root, the State Journal man, was in the city last Friday and Satur day. W. D. Granger is building a hand some new barn on his property in this city. Bryan's Commoner and the Herald one year in advance $1.75. Subscribe .now. Attorney a. jm. iuaum is up irum Smith Center courting in this city this week. H. B. Abbott attended the imple ment dealers' association in Kansas City this week. W. W. Reynolds & Co. have a new ad. in the Herald this week. Read and profit by it. Guy Bissell has a new telephone in his office, lie secured the phone from the Bar wood & Sewell store. J. E. Duvall, of the Norton Courier, was in the city a few days last week Tisiting with Ralph Winship. John Q. Royce is in Topeka this week hobnobbing with the legislators and cultivating Senator Burton. E.' II. Allen, the sixth district Sun day school man of the Presbyterian church, was in the city Tuesday. Ed. Boughton, of Speed, paid the Herald a brief call last Thursday, while the papers were being printed. Best quality rubber,"clothihing, un derware, gloves, hats and caps at C Veen's. Goods all new. At cost for cash. - .,. , .... , Start the new year right by getting the Herald, the Topeka Advocate and Mr. Bryan's Commoner, All thrae for $2,50. - G. B. Duke is closing out certain Jines of his goods at a great sacrifice. If you want some big bargains call and see him. Remember Walter Green has a stock of brand new goods. See him for under wear, Jiats, taps, giuves etc, luvvcsi cash prices, ... R. N. Farley, a prominent young farmer of Crystal, made this office a brief call Tuesday. He is attending court as a juror. C. M. Cole has been in bed a day or two this week with a severe case of grippe. Allen Post took his place at the store while he was laid up. Joe Lee, the genial landlord of the Baum hotel, has just recovered from a severe tussle with the grippe. He and his family all had it at once. To tell of all our people who are suf fering from la grippe this week it would be necessary to list over hall . the entire population of the city. Fred Bridegroom is in Kansas City this week to lay in a hew stock of im plements and buggies, aiso to attend the implement dealers' association. If you want to avoid that peculiar feeling as. though you were falling to pieces, buy one of those Combination Undershirts for men at C. M. Cole's. In this paper will be found the ad. want a handsome suit of clothes reaa what he has to say and patronize him. John B. Smith & Son purchased the delivery line from Heath & Robb the latter part of last week and are now running the wagons for their patrons. E. Altman, one of the leading farm ers of Rushville, was a brief caller at this office last press day. He was in attendance at the W oodman conven . tion. ' Chapped hands, cracked lips and roughness of the skin cured quickly - by Banner Salve, the most healing ointment! lin the world. Geo James & Co. - John -Close went to Colorado City last Friday night to obtain work for the winter. . Quite a colony of Phil lipsburg boys are located in Colorato CHy now, . . Notice the .new ad. this week by A. W. Robertson, the hardware and im plement dealer. He has some very in teresting things to say to our readers, and it will pay you to look over his ad. C. M. Cole has the carpenters at work building a 40 foot warehouse iu the rear of his store building. -He ex pects to move into it as soon as it can be finished. Irwin McDowell sold a car load of mules yesterday to Fred Wareham of Taylorville, Illinois. Harry Sims will take the car to its destination, start ing Sunday. Frank Utter and Gerrett Van En gen, two jurors from the north west ern section of . the county, found time between cases to favor this- office with a visit yesterday. If you desire to make a low rate farm loan, see Mahin Bros. Office with Moore & Porter, rear of postoffice building, Phillipsburg; money paid when papers are signed. Are you a farmer and interested in farmers' crops, products, etc.? Sub scribe for the Farmei's Advocate $1.00 per year. The Advocate and the Herald both for $1.75. M. W. Hardman went down to Downs yesterday afternoon called by the death of his grandmother. He will attend the funeral services which will occur this afternoon. - Save doctors' bills by giving Foley's Honey and Tar to infants and children in time to prevent pneumonia or croup which are fatal to so many thousands of babies. Geo James & Co. Judge Geiger and Court Reporter Young came down last Monday to hold court. Their trip to Cuba seems to have done them good, as they are in the best of health and spirits. The next regular teacher's examin ation will be held at Phillipsburg, Kans., on Saturday, January 26, 1901. Exercises will begin promptly at 8 a. m. Jno. Thomas, Co. Supt. You should know that Foley's Honey and Tar is absolutely the best for all disases of the throat and lungs. Deal ears are authorized to guarantee it to give satisfaction. Geo James & Co. Chas. Hassler of Crystal, one of the tried, true and faithful populists, call ed at this office last Thursday. He was representing his camp at the Woodman convention in this city that day. , The Lebanon Criterion had the mis fortune to "pi" a whole page last week just at the time of going to press. It took every printer in town for a few days to get the matter righted. Evangelistic services in the Baptist church every envening until further notice. Next Sunday usual morning service at 11 o'clock. Men's meeting at 2:30 p. m. Evening, evangelistic service. The rmint.v t.pmnpranc.fi lininn held a business session at the Baptist church yesterday. Thev transacted some important business matters rel ative to lemperance worK in tms county. Evangelist Houser has been holding some very interesting meetings at the Baptist church this week.. He is a very able and eloquent preacher, and will doubtless do much good in the city. E. E. Brainerd went down to' Kan sas City Tuesday night to consider some business propositions relative to a chage of location. He will probably purchase an interest in a job office in that city. "You'll have to hurry" if you get in your subscription, to the Commoner, Mr. Bryan s new paper, in time to get tne nrst number. Leave your dollar at the Herald office at once and be sure of it. . , . Mrs. Isabella Richter, mother of Mrs. Jacob Wagner, is quite sick at the residence of the latter. She is y years old, being born in the year 1S02, but has been remarkably strong and vigorous for her age. Men's meeting at the Baptist church next Sunday at 2:30 p. in., subject, "Three Keys to Hell." Only men over 15 years of age are allowed in the meeting. Let us make this the best men's meeting held in this city. Mahin Bros, make lowest rate farm loans on good farms and give privilege of paying part or all without bonus. Office with Moore & Porter in rear of postoffice building, Phillipsburg, Kan. Money paid when papers are signed. Dick Weeks sold his farm in Green wood township to E. Jarvis last week for $1,500 and expects soon to embark in the mercantile business at Marvin. Dick has had considerable experience in merchandising and will doubtless succeed. J A Lambert of Rachel, N. C, writes "I heartily endorse Foley's Kidney Cure- It does what you claim if will do, and there is nothing equal to it, and I thank you for the good it has done." Accept no substitute. Geo. James & Co, A Gentle Push Is all some people need to make them go in the right direction. That is what we are giving you now. We want you to call on Joe Gleissner; the Tailor, who has been in business for the last 21 years, and see the finest line of Spring and Summer Samples you ever saw. We feel sure we hsve just what you need and will sell at special prices. JOE GLEISSNER, Merchant Tailor . G. B. Duke has opened up his stock of goods, recently purchased from D. B. Bailey of Dresden, in the building lately occupied by McKay's store. He will occupy this place temporarily un til he can get a larger and better building. The county commissioners last Sat urday appointed John Thomas to till the vacancy in the superintendent's office caused by changing the time of beginning the term. The new term begins May 1, instead of January 1, as formerly. Krause's Cold Cure will cure colds without loss of time from your work or buisness. Take two capsules at night before retiring and two or three the following day. Result? Cold gone- cured. Costs 25 cts. Sold by J L McCormick, "God forbid that the day should ever come when in the American mind the thought of man as a consumer shall submerge the old American thought of man as a creature of God, endowed with inalienable rights." Ex-President Harrison. Court was in session all week up until noon today, Judge Geiger being compelled to return home on account of a sick child. Court was adjourned until February 19, when the docket will be completed. Full proceedings will be given next week. "Constant eoiichincr will, if nperW.tprl intiame the entire mucous membrane lining the air passages. Lichty's cougn Cure is tne only medicine to be relied upon to erive auick relief and allay innamation. It is soothing in its effect; is pleasant and agreeable to iaKe; ennaren liKe n. ooia oy j i McCormick. Through the courtesy of Uncle Hen ry Ferrett, of Logan, the Herald gets the Sentinel of Liberty, a paper published in the interest of complete separation of church and state. It is brimful of good things, some of which we shall occasionally reprint. Representative Hebrew came up home last Friday as the house ad journed out of respect to the memory of one of its members, Z. L. Wise of Reno, who died the evening before Mr. Hebrew spent Saturday and Sun day at his home in Bow Creek. The Phillips County Bank cleaned up several old loans last week and now they have nothing but new clean loans on their books. Tne bank's manage ment, while aggressive business men, have always been very safe and con servative in their business ventures. Married, at the home of the bride'6 mother. Mrs. Ira Taylor, Marvin, Kansas, Tuesday, Jan. 15, W. E. Hill- stead and Miss Minnie Miller, Rev. J. A. Monroe, pastor of the M. E. church officiating. The young people start in married life with the best wishes of . a host of friends, the Herald among the number. Chairman Hageman, of the board of county commissioners, and County Attorney .TV. G. Bissell. "fused" last Monday on a very handsome entertain ment of the rest of the county officials and the newspaper men, with an oyst er dinner at Albaugh's Both have the good wishes of hosts of friends all over the county. C. A. Mitchell, one of the prosper ous farmers and staunch populists of Glen wood, was a pleasant caller at this office Monday. He says he is not discouraged t the present defeat of the people, but believes the extrava gance of the republicans will again open the eyes of the farmer and busi I cess uaea of tiis couctryv , The ceremony which united 1n marriage James. P? Casey rtand Miss Bertha Gebhart, daugher of Mr." and" Mrs. H. G. Gebhart of this city, was celebrated last evening at the home of the bride's parents, in the presence of over 100 guests. The house was beautifully decorated for the occasion. Promptly at 7 o'clock Miss Tressa Winship began playing the wedding march and immediately the bride entered on the arm of the groom, preceeded by the ushers, maid of honor and best man, and took their places under a large floral bell. Father Leibecker, of Norton, then performed the ceremony, which was very beauti ful and impressive. The bride was beautifully attired in a dress of white corded silk, made en traine. She wore a long veil which completely covered the dress and car ried a bouquet of white carnations. The maid of honor wore a dress of pink silk and carried a boquet of pink car nations. Miss Lizzie Gebhart, sister of the bride acted as maid of honor and was escorted by Edward Lynch, who acted as best man. The ushers were Messrs. Ralph Winship and Ross GebhaTt. After congratulations had been ex tended the guests repaired to the dining room where elaborate refresh ments were served. The bride is well known in this city having resided here for several years past and will undoubtedly make a worthy helpmeet tor the man she has chosen for a companion through life. The groom is a man of good moral habits and is respected by all who know him. He is in the employ of the Kock Island railway company, having held the position of yard master at this place lor the past year. Many beautirul and valuable pres ents were received. Mr. and Mrs. Casey go to house keeping immediately in the north part of the city. The Herald joins with their many friends in wishing them a long and prosperous journey through life. KANSAS DISGRACED. The negro, Fred Alexander of Leav enworth, who attempted to assault Miss Eva Roth a few days ago and who was suspected of the assault and mur der of Miss Pearl Forbes Nov. 6, was taken from the jail Tuesday afternoon and burned at the stake. More than 8,000 people witnessed the horrible proceedings. The negro protested his innocence to the last. Sheriff Ever hardy seems to have been as much to blame as any of the lynchers. Kansas people have been foremost in their denunciation of negro lynch ings in the south, but even in he worst of southern outrages there has usually been absolute certainty of the victim's guilt. In this case, however, there was no certainty as to the crime of murder, but only a suspicion. The affair is certainly a most disgraceful one and a blot on the fair name of the state. Woodman Convention. Thursday last the delegates from the various Woodman camps in the county met in this city in convention for the purpose of electing delegates to the state camp at Wichita. W. G. LeRew of Marvin was chosen chair man and L. E. Countryman secretary. The following are the delegates elect- to attend the state camp: George H, Tannahill, John Atkinson, Gilman Carle; alternates: J. C. Glass, W. G. LaRew and H. D. Brothers. Dr. LeRew will be a candidate before the state camp for state representative to the national camp which meets at Minneapolis, Minn. If you are paying a high rate of in terest on your farm loan, replace it with Mahin Bros, at a low rate, with privilege of paying at any time with out bonus. Money paid when papers are signed. Office with Moore & Por ter, rear of postoffice building, Phil lipsburg, Kansas. William Arthur, son of Elder R. Arthur of the Presbyterian church of Logan, has been employed as principal of the Logan schoois in place of S. L Tipton who resigned a week ago Supt. Thomas had charge of the schools for a few days pending the selection of the new principal. Mr. Arthur has recently been employed in the Santa Fe offices in Topeka. Bert A. Hassler and Miss Kate L Halbert were granted license to wed by Judge Strain last Friday. We presume the ceremony has been per formed ere this. These young people are members of two. of the best and most highly respected families in Crystal township and the Herald joins their many friends in extending best wishes. Louie Herzog returned yesterday from a weeks' stay in Chicago where he went to take a course of lectures in the study of optics. He has been studying the subject for years but got a rare opportunity to hear a specialist, so he took it in. He is having D. S. Maxson fix up a dark room in the rear of his jewelry store in which to test the eyes of his customers according to xfca latest asd esst wstlxaetSsJs. OOODODOOOGOGCGOuOGODODO: O O O O o n o a O a o o a Q E3 O C3 O o E3 o o o o o o Special Prices To CLOSE our stock of '" Clothing, Overcoats, Ladies' Wraps we will make the following- prices: All wool Beaver Overcoats that formerly sold o HlY for S10.00, reduced to : A$ : O.UU ; All wool Melton Overcoats that formerly sold jK-f a aa .. for $12 SO, reduced to .XU.UU All Ladies' Wraps at ACTUAL COST. ' " ' ? "-' Our stock of BOOTS, SHOES, OVERSHOES, LliGGINS is complete. Prices the lowest. BST'Butterick Patterns carried in stock. trio o oooonoooaoooooooQoooooDooo UTS . . H . THAT BRIDEGROOM & MARSH HAVE THE BEST LINE OF HARDWARE, STOVES, TIN WARE, QUE ENS WARE, GLASS WARE, SPORTING GOODS, ETC., ETC., TO SELECT FROM IN PHILLIPSBURG. . GIVE US A CALL. WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY ON EVERY THING IN OUR LINE. WE SELL GOOD COAL. i BRIDEGROOM & MARSH if E011L ...IN. Mens9 Suits and Overcoats In fact I want to reduce my en tire stock before moving to my new location in the VanOleve building. We Want Your Patronage. We guarantee you fair treat ment and honest prices. the lleald, $1 a year a o o 0 O 0 T3 O o o o o n O Q a O El O a o 0 o o