Southwestern Business Directory, McKenney Publishing Co., 1889
 Phillipsburg, Phillips County Directory

transcribed by Sheryl McClure


The county seat is located almost exactly in the center of the county. The town site cannot be surpassed for eligibility and beauty. Though till recently without a railroad it has been an important trading-point and has grown up a lively, bustling town of over 1,000 inhabitants. It has a fine brick court-house and banks, school-houses, churches and many other public and private buildings that would be a credit to a town of greater pretensions. This place has been made a permanent freight and passenger division of the C., K. & N. Ry., and is destined to become one of the principal cities of Northern Kansas

E. N. Barton, bakery and lunch room
G. W. Bickford, druggist
Dr. Frank W. Carman
C. M. COLE, probate judge
Mrs. Nora Daniels, milliner
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, H. S. Granger, president, R. Rogers, vice-president, Frank Smith cashier, paid-up capital $50,000

S. S. Fisher & Co., druggists
French & Johnston, heavy and light hardware
L. D. Graham, surgeon and dentist
Jos. G. Gebhart, dry goods, groceries, clothing and general mer¬chandise
HALL & McKEE, dealers in farm implements of all kinds
R. A. Handy, lumber, shingles and laths
S. J. Hartman, county clerk and treasurer
H. A. Harmon, druggist
J. P. Hoffman, jeweler
A. B. Houck, eclectic physician
Johnes & Morieff, livery and feed stable
W. H. Kratz, furniture dealer
J. C. & E. S. LATSBAUGH, exclusive clothiers
C. H. Leffingwell, groceries, dry goods and clothing
August Lindon, shoemaker
B. E. MARTIN, register of deeds
I. F. Mallett, druggist
DONALD McDONALD & CO. (D. McDonald and I. Ainslie) real estate, collections and insurance
IRWIN MCDOWELL livery and feed stable
W. N. McIlvain, stationery, news, confectionery and cigars, postoffice
FRANK McKAY, county attorney
C. M. McQUYRE, sheriff
MODEL CASH STORE, H. H. Bennett, proprietor
B. E. NORTON, searcher of records
JACOB NIPPS, county treasurer
L. E. Nipps, meat market
M. J. Page & Son, harness makers
PHILLIPS COUNTY BANK, first bank in Phillipsburg, G. W. Young, president, W. L. Morgan, vice-president, J. F. Morse, cashier, does general banking and real estate business, capital $50,000

H. S. Poling, gen. mdse.
N. W. Pyles, watchmaker and jeweler
Ream & Arrington, barbers
Rosenberg & Michalisky, clothing, dry goods and furnishing goods
JOS. SALLER, district clerk
Wm. H. Scott & Son, hardware, stoves and tinware
E. B. Sewell & Co., dry goods and clothing
F. A. Smith, loan broker and insurance
South Side Emporium, Till Dickey, proprietor
G. A. Spalding & Co., real estate
THE STATE BANK, capital stock $60,000, R. A. Handy, president, M. Beckley, vice-president, A. W. Robertson, cashier

George H. Tucker, photographer
A. VEGA, fruit stand
W. H. VEST, meat market
Fred E. Winship, general merchandise, SE cor Public Square
James Woods, general merchandise
G. W. YOUNG & CO., hardware implements.

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