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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 5 December 1885

THE HERALD- PIIILLIPSBURG, - KANSAS. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAP 17 "O Saturday, Dkckmijeu oth, 1&8J. The lid inst., Fiit Assistant Patmas ter General renio ed eighty-three fourth class postmasters. The old oan seems to be getting down to business. Judge Pratt appointed Jack Downing, of Hays Ci'3', Clerk of the Court of 3.115s couuty, virr, V. II. SJcQuary, de--ca.Md. 'J he IIkijald extends con gratulations to the old "Punt." We have received the following new exchanges this w eek, and they are all brisrht, newsy looking papers: Jewell County Monitor, Republic City News, Barnes Enterpihe, Greenleaf Independent-Journal, Salem Afgus and Musco tah Record The Peloit Oazctte published a lec ture of ('apt. Chavlesworth, U. S. Con mi to tho island of Mvdena, which he deliveied in England. His subject was Kansas , and right royally he handled it. Captain Charlesworth when at home is a resident of Beloit, Kansas, and is one of the intellectual men of the state. Soon to be published in pamphlet f...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 5 December 1885

THE HERALD. PHTI.LIPSBUKG. - KANSAS Long Island has a society called, 'Earnest Workers." T. N. Jones raade a business trip to Ikirwia this week. Elihu Davis is rapidly regaining Lis old law practice - The meat markets are bringing in come nice fresh fish. A. P. Garrett La3 done some fine graining on T. N. Jones' house- Ayer'a Cherry 1'ectoral invariably re lieves and often cures consumption and whooping cough. Try itl la the matter of the several new buildings now being constructed in , town, we beg leave to report progress. There are some fine vocalities in IIul ing Andersen's hardware store. S. C. Cummings has painted up his livery barn in fine shape. It adds to the appearance. We learn that the Presbyterian Sun day School will have a Christmas tree at their church Christmas eve. The surprise party at the residence ot Mr. Ilickenlooper on Thanksgiving evening was a very pleasant affair. Ilev. Mr. Fisher, D.D., will lecture at the M. E. Chuch in Marvin, on the evening3 of the 18th ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 5 December 1885

. THE HERALD. PIlILLIPiSllJJIlG. - KANSAS . OYER'S COierry Pectoral.' JTo other corr. plaint are so insidious in their cU.ick as thosa affecting tho throat and lur.gs: x-okq so trilie J with by the majority of suffer ers. The ordinary couU or cold, resulting jierhaps from a trifling or unconscious ex posure, hi often but the beginning of a fatal tichnes3. Ayek's CuuitRV Pctoiial hs9 veil proven its efheaey in a fort years' filit villi throat and lung diseases, and fchuiild ta tahen in .11 caics without, delay. A Terr! bio Coagh Cnred. "In I took a fKvrr cold, which affected xny lui'.s. I had a U-riihle cough, and passed uiyht alter ti;hi v ithout sleep. The doctors pave me up. 1 tried AVKlta CnEitKV Ptc loiiAL, which relieved my lungs, induced Bleep, and afforded Jno the rest necessary for the recovery cf niT strength. By tha continued use of the I'FtTOiiAL. a peiiua iient cure was ell'ected. I am now yearn old, hale and hearty, and am taUihed JoUX Clitiiltl' l'tiCXOJiAL. bavtd me. ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 12 December 1885

1 bPKK 'JO TIIKM IIIA' UI!KY CO aOI-WJ 5 VOL. VIII NO 5. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1385. S 1.50 IN ADVANCE. !LJj 11 ! T TIDOOT I THE HERALD. rniLLU'SBUKO. - KANSAS. I'LLLlSiiLl) LLkt iiliLKDAi uv - . . IjEYvIS & KOI INS. HB-mW1 JL'- .k- Arrival and Departure of Mai Is, jn?l rust a:-d west via. C. M. Paelc K. Ik rrivf-c 7 v. in., lme es 6 8 1 P- n1-.' daily. lo-t ofl'.-j; ll.-nr i-p.!i fia.iii.,WKi.i - p. , IUai'd7H!. Id. Vf.nVvor.lL-r busiii. m- cI.,m-s ! ; ,, ' r.'rm.npv i -nit rV.r it"i-tcr ictUT Lu"- L..,i.iv nnnj 'l 11 i i. i .. f I) H b i r'r-i.irtfd sc-;d j f ' I'. I'. CI AUK. i . .tptit s,-rvic. i, la-v. N. 14. H'.inan wal l"-. ach j J-ol tlio I'reni.yt.-riur. cha'cii, on r-.cat'- hi r,-i t te- j tvvc- 'i Foil rill i.ud Filth., the irrl tmaday iu rvyiy j tnoi.tti al 11 o'clock u. 111. ' . - I it ftivt-t liotv.cL-n I Jclvl.-rii:a ChurLh, on htate rtivci n.:iv.cL-n Fouali mid l-'iltli. i'n-acl.in-,' by the Fas-tor, Kcv. Th. o-'.orc lirai kon, ot ry Miii.l...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 12 December 1885

TH-E HERALD. PHILEIPSRURG. KANSAS. "OFFIGIAL GOUIiTY PAPE?V. Satukdav, Dkclmhi: 12tb, ISSu. (itsn. l.oi:an very fcensibly declined the portion of president pro tehi. of tlia senate . Senator Ingalls ha introduced a bill making an appropriation for the pur chase of two tiles and the erection of two military posts on the southwestern frontier of Kansas. Senator Plumb has introduced, by re quest, a joint resolution proposing an uiendment to the Uniied States con stitution m relation to the manufacture arid sale of intoxicating lip.iors. Prohibition carried in Atlanta. Gt, by a majority of -J'J. There were 9,000 votes cast, and it was one of the most exciting contests cn record. The color line was entirely lost sight of. ' . i ; . j Tbo president has issued a very vol uminous message and we have not the space to review it this week. Put next week we shall probably publish it in full. Rev. F. E. Sherman, the Congrega-lionaH-t paster ut 'Stockton, recently roa'-!:od a ' senium on anriseme...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 12 December 1885

THE HERALD. PIlIlYLIPSBURG. - KANSAS Vvre will take corn on subscription at this office. Corn to Mr. and Mrs. P. J- Crook (bata, the 2th inst. , a ten lb. boy. Frank Dixson started yesterday for Atchison and Topeka on a business trip. The jrerm3 of scrofula, latent in every .person, are destroyed by Ayer's Sarsa parilla. Sold by all drugist3. Still p. lare etock of nubias, hoods, .mittens , leggings and scarfs for sale at 11. C: Spaulding's. Ferdinand Ward has been transferred from polishing stove legs to keeping books. Don't .neglect your couh! Ayer's Cherry Pectoral will quickly cure it and prevent, consumption.' Judge Pratt is at home for a few days.- "We believe one more trip on the circuit will wind up his official career. C. II. Leflingwell has been east for several days , and we presume he will return with a nobby line of good3. A.' G. Mcliride h&3 removed the Kirwin Republican to Oberlin, where he expects to make his future home. W. II. Noll, General Sunt, for Howell Bro...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 12 December 1885

THE HEKA.LD- I ' vi t; UA-NftAb riiii.Lii'.p.ui:a. -TTsi i'.io r.r.io lurncrV.-n'-.m to rrof-J.'i Lcc:aj cf a Ki:;xr'.;..oa la:.:, i: t--u. 1 L curt J 1 :; 11 world i-i jvber Uuv, r.ad I.aawj lLa. SCROFULA i tivil of f!:e bool. If this r.i". Iceri-c', I jrc-n -r:ui.n :;!vr si-.-iMtiuit. A:ai a i. i :wii'T syru:!o::!:! i.r t!evt io- )!; n s :srj lc-e::i"., in a:: l-2i-;'.:ioi:, 'i J(;c:-s, Iioi:S- t ai:: iif.es, lJii;,;.; 2:;?, I'uri.ie-it L'lt-Ci-s, .i-i-vc! aa.i i'i.y- e;c.nl t cliapse, cr J: ;:i:uviil to ft: tai.!.", lliu-aiaalis:., Hciot'iilcsi ; ( '; tarrJi, liidi.cy :a; 1 Livtv Jiscac, 'i'libtTfaia.- t'oasuniption, :anl ;iri- lJi'oduct:ii Ly i. Iyer's Sarsaparih Is the on7y iwerfi;! cn'J chreyi reliable l Llooa-purtj yi'tn t.'if.dtctne. It is j-o i tu-ct- ! ual mi a!t.r;itive 1 liat it cradw-atps iioia j tiie !c-in I c:o 12 ta:-y fciclula, :ad j the kimln-d pol.som of iuii!:ii;i! u tii- a-e ami lut-iviirv. At t!i ' .::iau nni; it cn rich ichos nmi vitaiizf.s 1hi h'.ood. ivfton'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 19 December 1885

HPEAK TO TIIIUM -A.1P THEY GO FORWAHD. QL. VIII NO 6. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1885. $1.50 IN ADVANCE. THE HERALD. PTIILLIPSBURG. - KANHAd. pcsLisnw mil siiirdai BY LEWIS & KORNS. Arrival and Departure of Malls, Mail east and west via. C. B. Mo. Pacific R. R.. .Arrives 7 a. m., Waves 6:) p. in., daily. Alma and Fbillipaburg Arrivea li. ra., Mon iT, aod Fridays; leave I p. m. Long island and Phllllps-bure Arrive 12 m. and leaves 1 p.m., on Tueadaya, Tbnradaya aad Satnr dya. Naoctud pliillipsburg ArrHea 3 p. m., Toes--laj-8 and k riduya; leaves 8 a. m., W'eilnebdaya and -5aturdny. Va",n.Tville JJjd Philllpuboagb Arrives 2 p. m. nd leii;"S p. ra. on Tuesday and Saturday. Post-Onioe llours-Opens 8 a. in., cloaca at 8 p. in. Surr'ava open V a. m. and 7 v. m, clones 10 .a. u. and:jlp. m. Money order bnines clones .t 5 p. w. No money order or register letter buai iticm Waunarted Sunday. D. C. CXabk. P. M. , aptlt aervlce, vcv. K. B. iloman will preach -'-'at tht rte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 19 December 1885

THE HERALD- ?JIIIvLIPSi3ULtG, - KANSAS. A NEW USE FOR COM PASSES. had ever .1: such strides as the tern- .nn neranee rt liilUiiCLi iai urt.'w.i- - - - . - . . . o. i ir,ctr!imont. ! years . aI aad bee :m with.' i ti-2 last twenty ix years in the .- i Senat-j and ..ad nart. . seen two ir.ator.3 T"I ... f . j.nera are many . th ; nutated by Senator ! hfiitvr enaotc 1 in this wor'A. and sr .i".c r - Satukday, Dutmueu 19th, tides the principal characters of 'thee' the '.oum not s:uT w ua AOt-Vi . j histronie side-splitters, are -)ko in ofiicial positions. ttc;be unfit for busings." T ' ! unique profound measures employ- j quUe -evident lh:lt temus r. n.,e is -j ed ia the operation of governmental ai- xn wonderful stride! s at the anu Coc !: -il. deed 1 ;'u "" ; certainty that he had ever seeu. one so e parties hig.i , fr un.1er te imiunee of -Lkpioc 'a? to ;S 11 it The ravage? of hog cholera is some what abating in .Osborne county A znMi6l'vvUZ ,s ?"e ompe.i.ng tnc unwo j present time. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 19 December 1885

i ! G. H. Boorotn , traveling salesman PiekeLs at Poling'.s. I for VT." YtTDt-miueLt cl Co. of St; 'Joe, "'7Vi .Ia" f 7T.d':..r PIIIIYLIPSBURG, - KANSAS was killed the,12 inst,, , at Alnia, Nob. . LAND AND LOANS. Read This Carefully. THE -HERALD. (W at IlUil!'" ia. liiuci.-u; For farm loans eall on Vt'm LTsscll. tf i 700 dv-1!. - ...... ; n;,mw, h,m' tor clothing, go to llothsehi.d, Kir-1 iouiosewnr are u Considerable land' Las been cli'anMui' ! hivincr iwfn in hno:i,x! r., r.uVn..-- wa lians:i- u n 'vJ by jumping from a runaway bass. Air. Christmas candy only lue -per lb. at Polirg's., . For clothing, go to Rothschild, Kir win, Kansas. (25th. Everything will be conducted in j For renewal of Gilbert &. Gay loans, j Lrst-class order T and no pains will be I call on "Wm. Cissell. . .tf i spared to make this the event of the j For clothing-, go to Rothschild, Kir- season, excellent music wid oe in at- ! jVn Kansas. ' j cents. Those who wish can obtain! rant. II. F Delimit, Manager....

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 19 December 1885

THE HERALD. rilll.LIPIiUKG. - KANSAS D. A. HULLYG, IF. fF. AJSDERSOJf' PhiJlipsburg. J J i Ums " III n f Y " ") m Dealers in i b 'Oieiry" Pectoral. ' Ke other c.icplsIxiU ara so inaiJloa la th.ir Attack a those alf eeting the throat and lungs: o&0 so trifled villi by the majority of iuiTer aBra. The ordinary cough .pr cold, reau!ttf j-.erhs.ps from a trifling or unconscious ea poauxe, la often but tha beginning of a fatal icknesa. Avee' CincEKx" Fjcctojiai. Ita veil proren its filcey in a forty years' f slit -with throat and 1uej diseases, and should t Vakca in ail cases without &!- A Teirlbla Contli Caned. ' In 1R57 1 took a severe cold, which affected ny lungs. 1 had a terrible cough, audpaued jUg-hl after nifut without sleep. 'Jfca doctor gave mo up. 1 tried Aim'l Oiht Pko lvBAL, irhich re lie red my lua.gs, induced loep. and afforded mo toa rest beceasary fur the recovery of my strength. Hy th eontinued uae of the Pectoiuli. a penna ett cure ai effected. 1 am now yeara l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 26 December 1885

HlPICIJl.'X'O THEM THAT 'JL'II'Y G O FOIHV AKD. VOL. VIII NO 7. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS SATURDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1885. $1.50 IN ADVANCE.- ) ? i y f 7 f 1 - .1 J the h-eraud; l;niLLIPSBURG. - KANSAS. mum tsz?.t-niivjxi 'J t '. BYr-r. . LEWIS & KOIiNS. Arrival and Departure of Mails, -Mail ran and weft via. C. B.Mo. Pacific R. T.. arrives 7 a. m., leaves 6:3'J p. in., daily . Alma and pbillipsburg Arrives li. m., Mon day, and Fridays: leaven I p. rn. Loup Island and Phillipsbur Arrives Vi in. and leaves 1 p. in., on Tuesday , Thursdays and Satur days. iunce and PhitHpsburK Arrives 8 p. in., Tues days and Fridays; leaves fct . in., Wednesdays and Saturdays. ' Wa;m-r villo and T'hilh.'inhuai'h Arrives 2 p. in. fcnd leaves 8 p. ia. un Tue'sdaysniid Saturdays. Post-Othce lloure Opens 8 a. in., closes at 8 p. m. Sundavs opens 9 a. m. und 7 p m., closes 10 a. ia. and 7 :30 p-. m. Money order business closes ate p. i. No money oriior or register letter busi licss transacted sandny. D. C. Clar...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 26 December 1885

THE HERALD- pnjIXXPSBURp. - KANSAS. OFFICIAL GOUNTY PAPEI. Saturday, December 26th, 1SS3. lCqntirrued Frprn First Page.) II. B DUItKES, par tcnsorial artist, bought him a desir able property on the east tide of the square, jyhea he first came to, J-hU place, and hQ now has one of the pe&test shops in the west. He i3 a fine workman and will trim yoa up in the latest style. He also keeps a choice line of cigar. Mr. Purke has bee-j in the state but about & year. He 13 from Pi incton, 111. Near the southeast corner of the gqnare, Mcdowell & alba ugh are erecting a neat frame building which they vrill usa for a billiard hall. The.-e gentlemen inform us that their place of business will be conducted on strictly temperance principles, that they will allow no . intoxicating liquors of any kind to be drank upon their pi emise9. They have procured two tables and in tend that their room9 shall be used only as a place for quiet amusement. These ypupg men were raided in this county, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 26 December 1885

'. i n THE HERALD. PHILLIPSBUKO. - KANSAS Continued from Fourth Pcge. Erlda U a forcible speaker, an energet ic: worker s.rA ia & very able represent ative, being caa of tha leading mem bers ct the House. D. L. SMITH, county treasurer, is a native of llcw Tor&, lie canus to this county 13 vears .go, was ia the war three years and was once wounded. He b now serving bia second term as county treasurer, giving eminent satisfaction to the people. Mr Smith owns a fine farm in Granite township and a neat residence in this city. He is now build ing a grist raiil oa ths Prairie Dog creek. RITNER SMITH, who is now serving his second term as Register of Deeds , came from Ohio to this state 9 years ago. Ha served as a soldier in the G3d Ohio Reg. 3 1-2 years. He owns a fine farm near the city of Logan, this county. Any man might be proud of the number of warm per sonal friends which Mr. Smith has at tached to himself during his term of ofsce. J. W. LOWE, who ii just finishing up his th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 26 December 1885

THE H-"E R A LD IIIIiLir.SliUKCl. - KAN-SA T). .-. JKJLLYa. I:IiiJips!)ur f e s t3 f r f J tiers' i3- f A lrg rrrorta f t'.io Ctseases vi.Ic'i. 'ua liiiiniui --crlus result iiuui arrant;. snait of tH tl-ruacli, Lowels, and liver. Jivta's Cathartic act dirt-ctly upou' iheso organs, and aro espoiialiy lii-siguod to are the tliscajses caurd by Uielr d-raiiie-nent, iucliuliii; Constipation, JmUiiris-. Hon, ljepepia, Headache, Dyseitterr, fcnd a boat of other ailments, for all cf j which, thej-ari-a- Bale, ears, prompt, audi. I-.leasa.nt rouuoy. , Xiio exUjusive tue of tiicia ; PILLS by eminent ihysicians in regular jjrac- j tree, shows unmistakably the estimation ui j rliioii they are held by the rueiieal ytxiis-i eion. 4 ' These IILL3 are corcpouiiil'iJ of vegetal.!: j eubnances only, and aro absolutely free from i calouiel gr a-y other Lnjorious iiigredieut. j A Snffercr from HeaJache wiUps : 1 "Ayee'S Pills are invaluotle to jae, ar.sl j ' tire niy constant companion. I have lt-u at ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 2 January 1886

SPEAK TO I'liKlM THAT THF-Y GO yoliW'AliD. VOL. VIII NO 8. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 1SS6. Si. 50 IN ADVANCE. - r i d -n 'a THE ERALD. PHILX.TPSBUKG, - KANSAS?. rTBLtSjEU EVL'2I SATl'RDAI v LEWIS & KOKNS. Arrival and Departure of Mails, Itull eart ami weet via. C. R. Mol Pacific 11. arrives 7 a. m., 5::ur. m., daily. Alma at.d HtiiUiielur Arrives 12. iq.. Mon days, iind Friln: leaves 1 p. in. Loll? IsWand PiliphburL'-ArriYes 13 rn. and leave 1 p. rn., on Tuesday, Thursdays and Mttur- 'In fld philii)tburir Arrive--3f- ift, T-.ie:--ilaje and Friday; leaves 8 u. in., Wednesday, and Sjuturrtav. ... ., Wiiiersvilleancl Pt.U'.IpsbiinKh Armvs 2 p. ra. and leave p. m. on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Poet-Office Hours Ol-nt 8 a. ni., cloee- at p. m. SumlavH one.us J a. m. and 7 p. m., cloze 10 a a. and "'::W P- " Money order burineKS closes at l"- -,, :n'ey order or register letter busi neij tranracted Sunday. 1). C. Clark, P. M. T Iaptist ! Lut trie j : service.-, nt-v. . 15...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 2 January 1886

THE HERALD- piiierip I ' R T, KANSAS. ! "HERE'S A STATE OF THINGS:" A short time ai'o the Seniorof the II:: ic- RAILROAD RACKET The Kc Ci is lo I .OFFICIAL GOUIiTY PAFEPV. Saturday, Jamaiiv I'd, lsfso. Norton has a line new opera house. next season, at leat so rumor states . lur a i--dJ, newspaper of tte nrst-oias This is the only narrow gauge road in J SUC3 the State, and it is to Le hoped, that i a few yards of carpeting. From this in cident Col. Caldwell, of the Courier, hinted at hyine nial consuinations, and called upon the press to explain, askinjr ! will be the last. In ! what upon earth this meant? Where- : country those narrow roads ate mute I unon there was such' a confusion in the i practical on account of the shoit curves, ; tempies oi tue tripods of northern Kan- i out on the oosom oi a oroaa levei eoim- The IU h.it Oazette has shown much j sas tt4 lo bho our exceedingly i try like Kansas, they are too much oa r.nerj.ri-e in issuing its customary X'1 i sec&iLive ner...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 2 January 1886

.1 t i ; 1 1 4 THE HERALD. PniLU'SBUJlG. - KANHAS The new buildings of O. V. Biokford .aU I. Vr. Gebhart are progressing line!. Ayer's Saraaparilla stops the nanseous discharges of scrofulous Catarrh, and euros the complaint. Mr. Williams, of Marvin, buried a child last week which u said to have ii ied with tliptheria. The mite society held at liev. Mr. Bracken's residence last Wednesday evening, was well attended. ReV. I. It. Turner will preach at the M. E. Church next Sunday evening. Text: ".What is your life?" All are cordially invited . Christmas Eve and New Years night were both celebrated with a ball at Marvin, which were said to be very pleasant affairs. School commences again next Mon day , and after the two weeks recreation the children will undoubtedly get down to good work. " Miss Myrtle Bostetter, who has been teaching school up in Nebraska, came down to spend the Holidays with her friends in this city. As a remedy for coughs and colds, Ayer'3 Cherry Pectoral has never b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 2 January 1886

THE HERALD- jPLIITjLIPSBURG. KANSAS A pn'JELOus Story TOLD lH TWO LETTERS. 'rSlV T'T QflM. Cedar St., Xeir '' "Gentlemen: My fattier resides ct Clover, ' Vt. Ho has been a great sufferer from Seref ' li'.a, acd the ixiclosed letter Kill tell youtvltat a inaxToloua offset I . Ayers Sarsaparilla j hzs bad in Lis case. I think hia fclocl murt ''Lava contained tJie Lumor for at least tea ) rears ; but it did not show, except in the fcria of a scrofulous eore on the wrist, until about ,vo years a 30. From a few Bpota which cp ' ro.tred at that time, it gradually spread so as o coTcr his entire body. 1 assure you be iraj tarrlbly afflicted, And an ebjbet of pity, whoa lie began using your medicine. Kow, there ara i men ot Lis age who enjoy as good beallU aa be baa. I could easily muie filty persona who would testify to tho tacts La Lis ctso. J Yous truly, W. 31. PHTT T.TP3." : FROM THE FATHER: It is both a pleasure and a duty fur me to stato to you tla benefit I j bare dor i Ted from tlio...

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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 16 January 1886

I y n 1DQ1QT T i ! H ft n i j JjLJL 'juo 'X'iiilim that 'i 11 i:r GoioravAiiD. -i i VOL. VIII NO 10. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1886. SI. 50 IN ADVANCE: L J !.. U w THE HERALD. rniLLiPSBURO. KANSAS. flJJLlSUED EVE! 8ATIKD1I BY LEWIS & KORNS. Arrival and Departure of Malls, Mall east and wft via. C It. Mo. Pacific It. Ii.. arrives 7 a. in., leaves C:3'lp. jn., daily. Alum and 1'hillipnbunr Arrives 13. IQ., Mon days, and Friday: leaves 1 p. m. hon'i Isiuiidand I'liilJipt-ljur-j- Arrives 12 m. and leaven 1 p. in., on Tuesday, Thursdays and Satur Cere. . Nance anrt Phillipi-burp Arrives 3 p. in., Tues days and Fridays; leaves a. m., Wednesday, and Saturdays. . Wagnervil!e and Phillipa.buagh Arrives 2 p. m. nd leaven S p. ru . on Tueadavf and Saturdays. Pc-t-Oftlce Ilours Opens 6 a. m., close ut S p. in. fcunJiivs opens 9 . m. and 7 p. m., clo--9 in A. m. tad 7 :30 p. m. .Money order Lnsiuens closes at 6 p. si. No money order or register letter bui Bees transacted iu...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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