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The Matfield Mirror from Matfield, Kansas • 1

The Matfield Mirror from Matfield, Kansas • 1

Matfield, Kansas
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TT Vol. I No 32 MIRROR April 24 1908 I I iiL use printed The post effi-e department rcpcmnicnds that you have yeur the upper ieft hand ccrncr of every package or letttr that 5 the iirui.r ifi k.nH -N i ui ci.ij e( or loin mat i XT name in jt u.Ui inmm it cannoi oe aenvcred, ana you can thus knew that your letter rc.nhed its destination. The easiest fc way for you is to have the return card printed and you will not for- 3 get it. We will furnish the envelopes and psper and Make it into 3 neat tablets at the following prices: 2Zi 1 oo sheets of note paper 35c 3 Your name and post office address printed 3 on It. Good quality of paper 6x9 inches.

3d 1 00 envelopes with your return card 1 TUT 1 uiuiuimmmiuiuuiiuiuUiLiuiUiuuiiuuiuiiuiuiuf Hard You need to buy it and I want to sell it. 4 Free Column A boy of girl who wants to learn good trade can have an opportunity to do io in this office. I have about BOO bushels of corn to til. Dr. A.

F. Mejer. A few pasture contrasts for sale at this office. Only 25 Cents A Year. Every fumilj in Kansas ought to have a weekly paper from the state capital during the presidential campaign.

The Kansas Weekly Capital is only 25 cents a oear and it is a remarkably good paper for the money. It hasjtho largest oiroulation of any weekly newspaper in Kanias. It makes a specialty of reliable and com plete market reports. ltgivs the news of the whole world, including the full Associated Trees reports as well as a complete special news The Capital has its own correspondent at Washington, and prints more Kansas news than all other papers combined. Every family not taking a Topcka paper should at once Bend 25 cents to Arthur Capper, publisher Kansas Weekly Capital, Topeka Kansas.

FORRESTER Will make the season Of 1008 at the farm of A. E. Johnson 6'j miles southeast of Hatfield Green on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays end at Matfleld Green Friday and Saturdays. Deaeription Bay, star In forehead. Will weigh 1.000 pounds.

A galled addler eiil a fine driver. Terms to Insure living oolt. Care will be taken to prevent accidents but will not 'be responsible should any eeur, Parties disposing' of mares or removing from the county makes in surance due'at onoe, 0. M. JOHN BON, Owner.

E. JOHNSON, Manager. LODGE DIRECTORY MATFIELD COUNCIL NO. 126. Triple Tie Benefit Association, ktegular meetings llrst and third Thursday nights ef each month.

A. V. Howe, Seo. W. I.

Hurst, Pres. IfATriEfcD GK31MW LODGB NO. 431. I. O.

O. meets every Sal- urday evening. Kobt. Handy Lee Joncc, Seo. H.

O. MATFIELD GRKEN LODGB BO. 436, Rehekahs, meets every spa-end and fourth Wedncsdaye In I. O. O.

P. hall. Mrs. J.D. Klggs, Mrs A.

I). Howe, 80 N. O. H. CARPEN1 ER Graduate of Moler Barber Collage Anything In the btrbaring line Juat the plaoa to get a shave a haircut or a shampoo MATFIELD GREEH Whenever you re In Maiflcld I meal lime go right te the QUICK MEAL RESTAURANT for a jood meal at the right price always.

Oood olean beds In Die airy rooms when you are sleepy. MRS. M. MITCHELL. -rat 3 35c 3 ware TT and complete market reports to features make ft interesting and City Bocookl A Statement Editor Matkikt.d Mirrok, Matfiuld Kansas.

Dear Sir: Facts in regard to the controversy over the Cassoday lumber yard. About a year ago the Brandley lumber yard was turned over to me by Capt. Henry Brandley with the understanding that I run the yard and when we ceased business that I Bhould return hiin his original capital with ten per cent interest on the capital and the balance I should have for my services. Recently and during Capt. Brandley's Illness a suit was brought against me for a dissolution of the business and it was claimed that I had not properly managed the business and had allowed the capital to run down and beoome wasted and did not have sufllcient on hands with which to repay the original capital turned over to me.

On April 2nd with my attorney, met the representatives of the plaintiff and his attorney, in Eldorado and a full and complete investigation was made of the business and accounts and it was found that I not only hud on hand the full amount of capital' originally Intrusted to me together with all that had been furnished me since and interest thereon, but in addition thereto the sum of eight hundred and thirty-four dollars and eleven cents Uoon this finding a settlement was made by whioh accounts were turned over to me to the amount of the balance io my favor of the remainder of the property was turned over to Capt. Brandley who paid all the costs of the case and the receiver for his services. I make this statement not because of a desire to boast but limply to cor reot any erroneous impressions that muy have been caused by this suit be ing brought or charges mad. Your respectfully, Gko. M.

A Cloud Burst. What appears to have been a cloud burst ooenrred on upper South Fork Tuesday night. The flood of rushing water put the stream out of Its banks and did considerable damage. It swept the bridge above the Captain Brandley plaoe from the piers and caught about ten hogs and fourteen steers belonging to Bob Brandley and left another steer high and dry in the fork of a tree twelve to fourteen feet above the ground. The water reaahed the floor of the bridge east of town and did many queer things, as moving Henry Rogler's kaflr corn from below the railroad grade and depositing it on the othor side of a twelve foot fill.

A. L. Cameron to Omaha A. L. Cameron, who has been assistant postmaster and head clerk in Herring's store the past year and a half, has resigned and will go to Omaha, Neb-, next Wednesday to accept a civil service appointment as assistant meat inspector.

Mr, Cameron expects to move his family to Omaha as soon as he can make the necessary arrangements, Mr. Herring will probably not employ a clerk until fall, but will be assisted in the store by his Wife and son, fler-chel. Notice. ail have sold my blacksmith tool and business I would like to have all those owing me to oall at the shop and settle as socn a possible. A.

J. Walker. 31 1 Trimmed. I btve now on display an assortment of trimmed hats and would like to have you call and see them before you buy a list for this summer, as I am auro you will be plcaicd with tny hats and my piices. Mrs.

M. Jones W. LOCAL MENTION I have a saddle for sale Joe liroiles Miss Eva Harris is assisting at the Orient hotel. George MeKee was in Cottonwood Falls a few hours today. D.Johnson is in Bazaar today unloading a car load of lumber.

Madams A. N. Booook and Elmer Jones were in from Tint today. Dave Mercer was transacting business in the county seat Monday. Mrs.

Inez Swift and Mae Foistor visited Mrs. Clay Jennings Friday. White Harlan and G. A. Mereer went to Florence today to do a job of stone work.

Virgil Jennings, who has been helping Crocker has returned to his home. Geo. Cook was over from Cassoday yesterday and took dinner with Dr. Meyer, T. J.

Bank visited his daughter, Mrs. Robert Uix, and family in Butler county last week. All those knowing themselves Indebted to me please call at my office and settle. Win. 8nedegar.

82 The ten years old son of Mr. Arm strong, on Verdigris, is quite sick with pleuro-pneumonia and enteric fver. Bat Mushrusli built a small porch on the north side of the house oocupied by Grandma Naylor, the first of the week. J. F.

Perkins has bought and taken charge of the pool hall of Will Tarker, who is temporarily employed at the livery barn. R. L. Handy and wife went to Em porla Saturday. Bob returned home Sunday, his wife remained for a longer visit and to recover from an attack of tonsilitis.

Give your harness a dressing of I'er feotlon oil and it will last longer and look bettor. This oil ic better than neatsfoot oil and costs one-lh Ird less Chas. R. Coneaoher. K.

E. Burns, Editor of the Coarant, was down from Cottonwood Falls Sunday afternoon. E. O. Newby returned with him and assisted with a rush of work until Friday morning.

M. L. Herring and wife were in Strong City Tuesday to meet a travel ing salesman. By going to Strong they got the choice of the full line of samples and the customers get the bene fit. Mrs.

Chas. Egan, of Sharp' creek, was returning from Thurman today a rough place in the road threw hr out over the dashboard and the wagon passed diagonally over her body break ing one floating rib'and the sternum or breast bone. Commissioners Evans and Allen and a bridge man drove out from Cotton wood Falls and with Commissioner Oosler went up South Fork to Ihe bridgn that was washed out. They will have the bridgo replaced at a cost of $300. Had An Easter Picnic The following yoong people, chaperoned by Mrs Emma Jennlng, had delightful Easter pionio at Jack springs: Misses Edith Jones, Alta Naylor, Mamie Jones, Mabel Swift, Lula Cox, Grace Harlan Messrs.

Glen Underwood, Clifford Riggs, Chas. Tor-rants, Had Johnson, Virgil Jones. For Sale. I have the following for sale 1 set of good work harness 1 riding lister 1 rldint; onltlvator 1 disk aorn tied 1 corn drill 1 matohed team, about 900 th each 31-2 R. J.

Kelly. Over Two Hundred and Sixty Thousand Copies of The i KANSAS CITY WEEKLY STAR arc published nnd lent each week to subscribers who have paid 9f each for a year's subscription. 3Iuat be a Wonderful Paper! A sample copy will be sent you if you write the publisher direst at Kansas City, and ask for It. The Kansas City Weekly Star ha the most exhaustive, aoeurata tr be had. It has also full, direct Assoolalod I'tess service whioh fur- tjr niches all the news as It happen and from every quarter of the globe.

The Chaperon and Story valuable alike to every member of the family, Aboye all the matter it contains Is clean, wholesome and elevating. We offer both this truly great paper, The Kansas Weekly Star and our own paper $1.30. Send all subscription to our ollice. The Matfleld Mirror. DR.

A. F. MEYER Physician Surgeon Office at Residence.

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