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The Matfield Mirror from Matfield, Kansas • 3

Matfield, Kansas
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I she MENTION fo Trees have their time to leave And flowers bloom when the south wind blows; Birds their way northward weave O'er growing grasses and melting snows. I have a saddle for sale Broiles Dr. and Mrs. Meyer are in Cassod a today. Miss Lamar spent Sunday with the home folks on Sharp's creek.

Joseph Childers and wife, of Cassoday, visited friends here Tuesday. Harry Brandley and H. Golden were in Eldorado Sunday and Monday. Prof. Lank visited friends in Strong City Saturday and Sunday, making the trip on a bicycle.

Al Thompson and Geo. McKee have fixed it so the printer owes them sill she first of June. Several teams will go from here today to haul three or four car loads of Dumber from Rosalia so Cassoday for Capt. Brandley. Cook Plummer, real estate dealers and druggists, were over from Cassoday Tuesday.

Mr Plummer made shis office a pleasant call. Uncle Harrison Richards drops quarter in our pocket for the paper another three months. Paid in vance subseribers are the best asset of a newspaper. A. N.

Bocook and Elmer Jones have moved to the Red ranch and will ustend to it for Crocker Bros. Elmer will send the farm and News will look after the pasture. Dr. John Carnes and family left this morning for their new home in Navarre, They will loud their goods at Bazar and go as far as Strong Oity today and arrive at Navarre before noon Saturday. The gang of men setting new poles for the telephone line to Cottonwood Falls will have the poles set into town today.

The poles will bear a Cr018arm shat will carry eight wires if it should become necessary. MARRIED. Miss Edna Bradley and Clarence Overstreet were married at the home of the bride's perents, Win. Bradley and wife of Hemestead, Wednesday evening, March 4, 1908, 8 p.m., Rev. Ashley Rookstool officiating.

About sixty guests were present to witnesg the ceremony, after which a bounteous supyer was served. The happy couple will go to housekeeping immediately on a farm in the Homestead neighborhood. A Motor Car for Strong City-Cottonwood Falls. The cut below is of a car similar to the one that has been ordered for service between Streng City and Cottonwood Falls. The motive power is gasoline and the car attains an average speed of forty miles per hour.

Joe Geer and wife were over from Cassoday visiting relatives and while they stopped yesterday at Dr. Meyer's the team became frightened and broke loose. They ran as far 88 the pool hall where they were headed against a tree and caught. The tongue brace on one side was broken, and 8 few breaks in the harness constituted the damage done. Mrs.

Mary Mitchell never misses an opportunity to say a good word for her home town or do something for It. She was in Oklahoma when she heardwe had started a newspaper and immediately ordered it sent to her. And she keeps paid ahead a little, which helps the printer. The moving picture show in Brandleg's hall Monday and Tuesday nights WAS 8 good one, a great deal better than would be expected to stop in as small a place as this. They use electric light, having a gasoline engine and dynamo mounted on a wagon.

Dr. Hinden was called from Strong Oity Thursday in consultation with Dr. Meyer over the child of A. E. Nicol, who has been quite sick with pneumonia and resultant troubles.

They found the little girl getting along as well as could be expected. A meeting of the telephone company was held Saturday and she resignasion of Nichol (osler, manager, was not accepted. Navajo Indian BLANKETS I have just received some Navajo Indian saddle blankets. They come direct from the reservation in New Mexico and are the finest work of the famous weavers. Their genuineness and wearing qualities are guaranteed.

They weigh between four and five pounds. They will last -five years. Just as well get a good blanket as a poor one. It's much better for the horse and you'll like it more. Call and see them and get prices.

CONNACHER More About The Orient. A dispatch from Emporia says the Orient has the following work planned for this year: In the United States, from Emporia via Ellinor, Matfield Green and Eldorado to Wichita, ninety-three miles, of which forty-five miles are graded; to connect tracks between Red river (Oklahoma-Texas state line) and Benjamin, Texas, seventy miles, all of which is graded; to connect tracks between Sweetwater and San Angelo, Texas, sixty-three miles, all of which is graded, and then to extend the line on west. This provides for a total of 226 miles of track laying and the grading between Eldorado and Wichita, which does not sound like an impossibility, When this proposed work is completed the Orient will have in operation in this country 603 miles, and in Mexico 340 miles, being more than 60 per cent of the road completed. Only 25 Cents A Year. Every family in Kansas ought to have a weekly paper from the state capital during the presidential campaign.

The Kansas Weekly Capital 18 only 25 cents a osar and it is a remarkably good paper for the money. It has the largest circulation of any weekly newspaper in Kansas. It makes a specialty of reliable and com plete market reports. It gives the news of the whole world, including the full Associated Press reports as well as a complete special news service, The Capital has its own correspondent at Washington, and prints more Kansas news than all other papers combined. Every family not tak.

ing a Topeka paper should at once send 25 cents to Arthur Capper, publisher Kansas Weekly Capital, Topeka Kansas. Thurman. Mra. Ed Hull and Guy Caldwell had an oyster supper and dance Thursday the fifth, in honor of their twenty-first birthday. It was well attended and everyone had a splendid time.

Flo Caldwell spent the bight with her teacher, Lana Sheridan. The threshers are in this vioinity. Mr8. Leonard Wagoner visited Mrs. I.

Covalt Tuesday. R. W. Younggreen went to Emporia Sunday and his wife returned home with him. H.

L. Parker and wife were in Matfield Green Tuesday night. Prairie fires have been burning all around us almost every night. A. L.

Bocook and Bill Finney attended the show in Mattield Green Tuesday night. Lena Younggreen and Rowena Parker spent a night with Man. Leonard Wagoner. Jacob Naylor has moved to the Wes Myers ranch; Ben Carpenter has moved to the Swift house vacated by Naylor; Woodson Bastin, who recently came here from Kentucky, has moved into the house vacated by Carpenter. Mrs.

Rey. Rookstuol went to Baldwin today to remain until after conterence. Rev. Rookstool will go the first of the week. The young man ambitious to "set the world on needs but to drop match in the grass now to accomplish his desire.

W. C. Handy came home last evening from A. G. Crockor's where he built some porches.

Misses Mamie Parker and Mollie Byers spent Sunday with the home folks at Hymer. Ed Hough has bought 8 span of mules from the Luttgeraing ranch near Eareka. James Crawford was over from 0a8- soday this week and papered the Chrisstan church. A. E.

McClure has bought of Frank Hulse the house occupied by R. Hamilton, Halse returned to Oklahoma Thursday, his brother Lew acsompanying him. T. J. Banks is arranging to connect himself with the outside world by telephone.

Sheriff Myers and Henry Swan were up from Cottonwood Falls Wednesday. Bud Nichols has sold his team to Chas. Covalt and bought team of Mra. W. C.

Handy will go to Florence tomorrow to visit a few days. Bert Carpenter and wife visited in Clements Monday. use printed stationery. The post office department recommends that you have your name in the upper left hand corner of every package or letter that you mail to insure its return if it cannot be delivered, and way thus for know you is that to your have the letter return reached card its printed destination. and you The will not you easiest can forget it.

We will furnish the envelopes and paper and make at. into neat tablets at the following prices: 1oo sheets of note paper 35c Your name and post office address on it. Good quality of paper 6x9 inches. printed 1oo envelopes with your return card 35c THE MIRROR SE of of ole ole ole Incubators The at right the kind right prices E. W.

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