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The SHIMEALL CLOTHING CO. have decided to close out their entire stock of Clothing and Furnishing Goods at Actual Cost, For Cash Only. Commencing Sept 16th. We expect to quit business in Phillipsburg, January Jst. Therefore we give you an op portunity to get your It m PHILLIPSBURG HERALD. Phi'lipsfaufj, - - Kama. ESTABLISHED, 1377. Published every Thursday at Phillips burg, Ran' as, and entered at the poitofltcc an second-class mail matter. TERMS. On Dollar In id'' m-Iam nthrrwla lccl ud, pnprr will b continued at expiration hi Minscripilmi, and until arrrarairn are fully paid LYMAN W MATTESON, Editor and Proprietor. Leading Paper of Phillip County. Republican Ticket. National For President. . . . Theodore Roosevelt. Vice-president, Cbas. W. Fairbanks Congressman 6tb Dlst...W. A. Reeder Statk. ForiOovernor Edward W. Ilocn, ot Marlon. For Lieut. Governor. . . .David Ilanna, of Graham. For Secretary of State. .Joel R Burrow ot Smith. For Auditor of (State. . .Soth 0. Wells of Neosho. For Treasurer of State. .Thos. Keller. of Miami. For Attorney General... C.C. Coleman of Clay. For Supt of Insurance. . .Chas. Lullng of Sedgwick. ForSuptPub Instruction, I.L.DayhofJ of Reno. For Sup Court JudptelflyrsJW.R.Smlth of Wyandotte. For Sup Court Judge(Oyrs) E. W. Cun ningham, of Lyon. For Sup Court Judtfe(4yrs)C.A. Smith of Mitchell. For R. R. Commissioners, Geo. W. Whcatley, of Cherokee;A.D. Walk er of Jackson; J. W. Robinson of Rutletv For Senator 40th Dlst. W. II. Haskell of Smith. County. Representative, Charles V. Hutl Cleric of Court, R. A. Porter Superintendent, .W. R. Arthur. County Clerk L. T. Martin. Register Deeds C. W Hamojr. Sheriff W. R. Randall. Probate J ude, . . . . L. E. Countryman. County Attorney W. N. Moore. Treasurer, Rert Finch. Surveyor, F. .V. Voylea Coroner K. A. Nelson. Com. 2d District, Fred Wh. Cum. 3d Dktrict Leondo Gruwell We have noticed that even the Democratic papers like to use quota tions from President Roowelt. The Chicago News says that the bulls in the corn pit suffered intensely from the trost whlcn tailed to come If there ever was any doubt about New York mln for Roosevelt It has been removed by Parker's speech of ac ceptance. From all accounts the corn crop In Kansas this year is irnlnit to be almost as bios the Republican majority In that state. K. C. Journal. Wardle While is anxious to hsve the editor of this inoril Journal 'fes up and tell Just l ow much money he donated to i lie wraflers. If It will at ford Wardle any tcMnctlon. the ed itor will state that, the exact sum Is to, the announcement fee which Wardle who sonyht the Republican omlnation for reilstr of deeds, has never pain! The editor Is heartily ashamed of It and admits that he was buncoed but Is also wllllnx to amlt that It served him Jusl riirht for wanti ll k !") so hxdly tlial. he granted space to advtiibo the. un ri dmy tr sOUia CuntemptlOle conscienceless cur. n m m 5 The Democratic candidate for re corder ( register of deeds) la Mitchell county Is T. E. Records, a strikingly appropriate name. The farmers seem to prefer looking after their Immense crops to wasting time In politics. The political situa tion will come out all right any way, but the crops won't. From the tabulated statement of the recent primary election in Norton county, we notice that over 1000 votes were cast. This Is quite near the full Republican vote of the county and Indicates that the will of a majority of the party controlled the nominations. The Topeka Herald in a long editori al gives the outline of a plan ot those who are opposing Cyrus Leland in his own county (Doniphan.) Mr. Leland has so many strings, financial, social, political and otherwise that any effort to overturn him may seem an almost impossible task, yet the fact remains that Leland 's rjosslsra has placed the county deeply In debt and has led to the adoption of inauy policies that are not to the county's best Interests. Those opposing, claim that no matter wbatrthe sacrifice they are In the fight to wki, and will keep at It if it takes several years, as Indeed they ex pect It will. The opposition Is mighty hard up far campaign thunder. A number of papers are now making fun of Ed Hoch because lie runs a column In his paper headed "Thoughts I've Been Thinking." They assert the thought show him to be a dreamer because he sings praises of the moon and agllst ening dew and eulogizes a patch of sky. But still It Is possible fur the man who Bees beauty In the moon to make Just as good a governor as It Is for the man who sees good In the maintenance of saloons In Kansas. There In certainly as much beauty In a catch of blue sky as there Is In the picture or a hungry family awaiting the homecoming of the husband and tamer arter a nig ins oebaucn in a Wichita hell hole. A dew drop Is certainly entitled to as much cons Id eralion as the effervescence of a gin tlzz. Ed tloch may be a dreamer along certain lines, but his past life is spotless: he has paid bis bllU and got along the very best he knew how, and his Republicanism cannot be quest Ion ed. It Is barely possible for a man to sing praises of the moon and at the same time make a good governor. Osborne Farmer. For Sale Cheap. One second hand, soft cal store as good as new. Inquire of C. A. Lewis High School Nates. Victor Ilarwood began school Tues day morning. He Is assisting In the ptal'jfflce when out of school. Glen Lewis entered school Monday morning. Pearl Buker has been absent from school tor a week. Am ncltnt history class of twenty three has been Marled. The Street Fair Isst, wfjek caused a lull In the school room. Judge Pratt made a business trip to Dana Monday. J. W. Crown one of our g(Ki soldier friends of Crystal Is among the num ber who renew their subscription this week. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Raker, who lives north west of Agra were among utir many pleasant visitors during the street fair. Through the kindnessof his mother W. M. Tannshlll or Re I wood Nebraska will become a reader of the Herald The TaonahllM are among our must mUUmlal people. winter stock of goods at a The Shimeall Clothing COUNTY NEWS. Sumner Specials. There la a fruit-Jar famine. Mr. Oliver Davis has rented Sid Horn's other farm. Mr. Lewis' sale gave better satisfac tion than Its predecessor. Posters announcing Judge Dale's speech were not received until the 22. Mr. and Mrs. Ilatton, from Ne braska, have been visiting the Hester families. Jack Ferguson, Mrs. Clark and Mrs. Ignace Goracke have been sick since last wrltinp. . Mr. Gould's family regret the death of a horse whose faithful service cov ered eighteen years. . Frank McCullough had the unpleas ant experience of lowing $.'(." while at Kansas City enroute for Iowa. Justice Dubois was unusually busy the 24th, certifying to important pa pers for Republican and Fusion tick ets. Circumstances bring new uses for phones. A weary and half sick pedes trian's approach to a lonely farm house caused a hurried appeal to mamma a mile away to keep the phone open 'till the stranger left. Qreenwood We are sorry to note the death of Mrs. J. M. Handy. She passed away Frldav,Sept.23,at 5 oclock age 2 years. She leaves many friends and relative ta mourn her losi. We send oursincere sympathy to the bereaved family. Several of tbe people or this vicinity attended the fair Friday. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Clark attended tbe meeting at the TabernacleSunday. Mr. George Coomcs is suffering with an attack of throat trouble. Mr. Henry Baker and family have been visiting with bis brother Levi and family. Dayton. Mrs. Hickman gar her school a vacation Thursday and Friday to at tend the Street fair at Phillipsburg. Grace Skelton visited at Gregory' Sunday. Dave Brown sold his farm In Donip han Co a short, while ago, and is visit ing In this neighborhood now. Miss Susie Rollins came up Sunday and began her school in district 111, Monday, she will board at Mr. Skel ton's. The Farmer boy's band furnished the music for thestreet fair Thursday and Friday and some of tbe boys went on for there to Denver Saturday. Mrs. Steele spent Sunday at Skel ton 's. There was a dance at. Mulder's Mon day night September 19. Mr and Mrs. Arthur Morgan visiter! tbe fair at St Louis last week. J. (1 Steele visited al Log;in, Satur day. Tommle Lennahan Is sick with th rheumatism now. Dick Lee was up In this neighbor hood taut Sunday. Miggle Hopper Is attending school In district 97, until ber school shall begin. Marvin. The following persons left Tuesday evening for the Worlds fair: Mr. Wm Chester and daughter Martha. Mr. Jerry Chester, Mr. G. G. Ewcll- The- M Imps Kate Fallen and Anna Sulley, Mr. T. M. Lorlmur bti returned very low price. FIRST COME FIRST SERVED. Comc'early before the Stock is Broken. from St Louis Exposition where she spent last week. Mr. and Mrs. Vin cent and daughter Nellie remained to enjoy anoiner week of the wonders of the world. A large number from here attended the street ralr at Phillipsburg each day. Miss Lenora Reeder Is spending a few days with Miss Nellie Baker. Mr. Eb. Scrivener Is enjoying a visit from bis sister. Miss Ada Baker or Republican City Nebraska spent last Sunday at home. Mrs. Lurch left for Oxford, Nebraska where she will remain this winter with her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Swim and son Dewey are the guests of relatives in Illinois at present. They will remain there several weeks ouring which lime they will be present at Mrs. Swim's parents golden wedding Crystal. Silas McKenzie has purchased a new driving horse. Rev. Henslec of Kensington and Brown helped conduct the meeting at the tabernacle last week Rev. Honslee or Phillipsburg and Cook or Bow Creek are expected to assist this week. The Republicans nominated the fol lowing township ticket. Trustee Ed Wagoner; treasurer, John Schwenu clerk,Rob Addle; justices of the peace W. C. Strong, John Meyers; constable II. R. Meyers and N C Heatou. The tabernacle meetings began on the 18th with u largu attendance and good manifestation or interest, several conversions have followed these ser vices. Sunday an all day service was held, with a basket dinner at noon The dreary morning prevented a very large attendance at the morning ser vices but In the evening the tent was not large enough to hold the congre gation and many occupied seats on tbe out side Mr. Long aud win from Agra were immersed at four o'clock. These meetings continue all week and good results are anticipated. Mr. Marland E Snow and Miss Eliza Kennedy were married at the otlloe of probate Judge in Phillipsburg Wedues day evening, September 21s', ateigbt o'oclock. This wedding whim expect ed by all came as surprise to every one Both these young people have grown up In this vicinity and are highly es temed by their neighbors. Mr. and Mrs. Snow will live on the rami where Mr. Snow has been prospering for several years. They have the best wishes ot tbe entire community. Programme Of First County Teachers' Associa tion to be held at Phillipsburg, Satur day October 8, l!)04. I0;:m Music. 10:4i "Libraries: county and district" Edith Finch Discussion: R O. Ricuard, Delia Garvay, M. II. Templeton. U:t Recitation Nellie I. Felt. 11 ::." Music. ll:;w "Some Reasons Why Teachers Fall" LlllieC Allen. Diciis8ioti: AdaN. Baker,.Maud Buffiugton, J. B. Edwards. ' NOON. I:"tn Music. 1:13 "Foundation Studies In Litera ture" R. V. Phlnnoy. DIsciiRslon: Olive L. Thomas, Maod Watson. Nell G.Teeple. 2:15 Recitation Emma Johnson. 2:2.') Music. 2:;io "Some Educational Tendencies of Today" T. O. Ramsey. Discussion: Alhert.Snt.ley, Ethel Johnson, Minerva M-mfc. 3:00 "Cau a Country .Njhool t CI-tsM-nYd mihhIo Reduce the Number tif CiaAAe' Jennie llorrell DlndiHoloii: M.iud Robert!1, Bar. ! tut Bvete, M-lnoio Lou ley. Co., Phillipsburg, Kansas. issasss 1 9) THE OfiE PLtflCE Where You Can ) Hardware, Lumber and Coal And Knovv That OUALTTY QUANTITY AND PRTHF. TS ) S RIGHT. g Bain and Bettendorf Wagons. Advertise In The J L. McCORHICK & CO. Drugs and Millinery, WALL PAPER, PAINTS, OILS, FANCY ARTICLES, BOOKS AND TABLETS. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded, PHILLIPSBURG, - - KANSAS. rzz 7: 1 JaEAL ESTATE 1V1AN. If you contemplate buying' a farm, I have a list of lands that it will pay you well to look over. If you desire to sell your property, you can place it with no one who will give it more careful attention. Extensive acquaintance aids very materially and enables me to find buyers very quickly for saleable property. NOTE THESE: A 600 acre farm ncaily all bottom land two miles from town, rural delivery, telephone, large frame dwelling' and other improvements, two bearing1 orchard, 300 acre in cultivation, 35 acres in alfalfa. Many other equally as good. Ask for what you want. Regular coinmU hion charged where sales are made. Address inquiries to ri- I. D. Thornton, Steer In The Right Direction and call at THE CENTRAL LUMBER COMPANY'S lumber yard. Scasontdkimtxr, fair dealing ni honest price a wilt you there. We win turmsb ou witu Boards thoroughly and evenly dried which makes every board bright, straight and stainless perfect lumber Indeed. - We Kuarantee full satisfaction and you can rely on sure and prompt shipments. Yours for Business, CENTRAL LUMBER CO Everybody Reads The tising Medium A Get Your Supply of (9 THE0. SMITH & SON. g Herald-lt Pays, : - . Tfc jr Marvin, Kansas. nil- $K HERALD The Adver- of ths- County.