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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 11 November 1886

VOLUME II. GREAT. BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1886. NUMBER 32 'II 1? ii y ... v ATTORNEYS. rtoO. a Oota. Elrlok C. Cole. j. COLE BROS., vATTO R U EYS-AT- LAV lretioe in all the Bute and United States Courts. t, Counsel in German by Tbeo.C. Cola. .Or no : - In front room orer C S&mueU. JNConav to Xm(b on 7am Zrfuida. 1IAHER & OSMOND, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAVV. X Boons 4 and 5 in Allen's Block, GREAT BEND - - KAN. SAM.-J. -DAY Attorney at Law VflLLHER BLOCK, Great Bend, Kansas. n. T. EWALT. J. II. BEMENT. EWALT & BEHENT, Attorneys at Law, Real Estate ana iioan Agents, Collecting a Specialty, Rent Property and Pay Taxes C. F. DIFFENBACHEE, County Attorney. I. A. BANT A - IirfEIBUSEl HAKTA, Attorneys at I aw Office In court house, up stairs : left hand door. PHYSICIANS. ?- V. LIGHTFOOT, physician & Surgeon. Headquarters at Allen's Drag Store. S. J. SHAW, PJI, p. .- OFFICE IN .Allen's Block, GREAT BEND. KTA'N. A. H. CONNETT, Physician & Surgeon. Office at Brier 4 Wil...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 11 November 1886

FACTS AND FlGpZS. ; A Compr'on : or the Wet" National Expenditures-' U oiler Uepblleu ad Pr- iIlr Democratic Control of the iof . crnmcat. - In a late speech Senator F. M. Cock- fell, of Missouri, gave the" following conclusive statistics regarding the Na tional administration of publisjaffairs finder the different parties: The Republican partr assumed tho control f National alYuira on March 4. and con 4inued in uninterrupted control of 'tiie judi cial and executive branches up to March 4, 18s5 and of the legislative up to March i. JrCi, the beirinninK- of the Forty-fourth Coiitrross, whieh'Srst met in December, ISM The House of Representatives has been Democratic since Marca 4. JS75, diir.njf the Forty-fourth, I'ort tJtth. Forty-sixth, Forty-olirbth aud Fortv--" ninth Congresses, and vras Republican dur . inyr the Forty-seventh Conjrress. The Senate tiai boen continuously lie-publican oxraptftur inif the l'ortr-sixta Congress, wnon the Dem ocrats had a small maiority. The executive...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 11 November 1886

i THE LATE ELECTIONS. Further Returns From the Several States. Fuller returns from the elections on November 2, received on the morning ot the4Ui. may be summarized as follows: Kansas. The Republican State Central Committee, from returns received at Topeka up to the night ot the 3d, estimated Martin's plural ity at 25,000. . All l ho Republican nomi nees tor Congress are elected except in the Fifth district, where volm A. Anderson, In dependent Republic? !i, is re-elected by a large plurality, probably 7,000 or 8,000. Lowe, (I)ein.) is second in thu race, wiili Wilton, H-guiar Ii-pubiican, third. It was also estimated that there is a larger number of Democratic members of the LeKishiuira than ever before, probably reaching 25 out of 125. The delegation in Congress stands: First district, Morrill; Second. Funsiou; Third, Perkins; Fourth, Ryan; Sixth, Tur ner; Seventh, l'eters; a;l regular Republic ans, and Anderson in the Fifth, Independ ent Repubhcau. The Prohibition vole was light....

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 11 November 1886

H. OPh-'ICIALI Candidates. l or 8la e Associate Justice: D M Valeutine, lb-publican .. W H Wliitelaw. lN-ni kt41 , K PiVytou, I'rt.hiliitioniu ...... ..i For "Governor of Kansas: John A Mir tin, Republican. , Thomas Moonlight. letticrat , C 11 Bninco(uiM, Prohibitionist .. For Lieutenant Governor of Kansas- A P Kiddle, Republican . ft (i Islet, D.nuixrjt. .... ...... . .. . D V Huot,11, Prohibitionist.. For S -cretary of (State: K B Allen, Republican" W F Petition, leniuorat..: '.'... ".".'.".. N B Klain, Frouibitiotiit .11.! For St ate Treaau ren J V Hamilton, Republican L P Bircbtield, Democrat William Oosby, Prohibitionist . For State Auditor: Tiiuotltv McCarthv, Republican. .. .' AV 1 Kelley, Dv.'uoonit C If Langs'ton, Prohibitionist .... For State Attornev-General. 1 Bradf inl, Republic n 8 Doveunev, Democrat W ti Waite, Prohibliioniid. .". J-'or State Superintend) nt of Public Instruction. J II Law huad. Republican .' W J A Monigonierv, Democrat e . Mrs C N Cuthbart, Prohibiti...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 11 November 1886

1) BABM COUNTY MOCfiAT. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY DEWEY.liANGFORD, Editor. OFFICE II WILLIE EL0CK, GREAT BEND, : : KANSAS. A. T. & S. F. Time Table. On mud after April 11th, 1886 tiains Imt6 Great WM U IOUWWB, TIZ : eomo EAST. No. 1 4 R9 - m " 6. ... 6.32 a. m. . . " 4.50 p. m oia wist. Jo. 10.06 a.m. 1 .- 10.2-2 p. m. 8.8 p. m N. 6 . and 6. atari onlr at nrm final atatitna Xn 1 la through California and Mexico lri. $ioa. 3. and , Colorado trains. Koa. 2, 4, and 6, connect to all IJini easi. W. Toeeky, Aj'.'nt. GREAT, BEND POSTOFFICE HOURS. On and after NoTembw 1, 188. . SUNDAY, 10 a. m. to 1 p. in. "WEEIC DAYS, 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. MONEY OEER, 6 a. m. to 6 p. iu. liEQISTEE BUSINESS, 7 a. w. to 7 p. m. GREAT BEND MAIL DIREC TORY. GREAT BEND to DORItANCE. Trips two. ArrlTMondaf and Friday. Depart, Tuesday aud Saturday. GREAT BEND to MILLARD. Trips three. ArriTe, Monday, Wednesday and'Friday. Depart, Tuesday .Thursday and buturday. , GREAT BEND to BARTONDALE. " Arrive, Monday and Fri...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 11 November 1886

THE BABTON COUNTY PEHDCBAT. PUBLISHED BY DEMOCRAT PBIHTIMB CO. DEWEY LAN C FOR P. Editor. GREAT BEND. - -' - - KANSAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of th.a Dally News- WASHINGTON NOTES. The sale of oleomargarine stamps on the 1st, the first day of the enforcement of the new law, was much larger than the inter nal revenue people expected. The matter of the bringing in of dutiable goods on the Saratoga and Portsmouth has been referred to the Solicitor of the Treasury, and any further proceedings will depend upon the character of his re port. The President issued his Thanksgiving proclamation on the 1st. The seventh annual report of Prof. J. W. Powell, the director of the Geological Sur vey, has been delivered to the Secretary of the Iuterior. It only incidentally touches upon the current scientific and economic work of the survey, the results of which are embodied from time to time in special publications. The total coinage executed at the mints during October was $4,712,100, of which ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 11 November 1886

tee mm coum dehocbai PUBLISHED BY DEMOORAT PRIMTIN3 CO. DEWEY LAWCFORD, Editor. . GREAT BEND. .... KANSAS. NATURE'S ANSWER. A man would build a bouse, and found m place Aa fair as any on the earth's fair face: Soft bills, dark woods, smooth meadows recniy green. And cool tree-shaded lakes the bills between He built his house within this pleasant land -a. stately, vrnite-porcnea house, long years to etaua; Till- rfain m V. la nno;ao an fall Came Fever In the night and killed him mere. Oh, lovely land!" he cned, "how could I know That death was lurking1 under this fair snowy And answered Nature, merciful and stern: "I teach by killing-. Let the others learu." II. A man would do great work, good work and true: , He gave all things he had, ail things he jtuew. He worked for all the world, his one desire To make the people happier, better, higher; Used bis best wisdom, used bis utmost strength. And dying in the struggle, found at length, The ciant evils he had fous-ht the same. And that ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 11 November 1886

BARTOH COUNTY DEMOCRAT C?fI5liL PAFS8- 0P BASTOV Teesm Sl.C!) fkr ykab ix idvaxcx. CrYICE 15 TTIlUtX BUCK, GREAT BEND, : : KANSAS. CITY NOTES. The election over, we should now give even? exertion to the advancement of the interests of Great Bend and Bar ton 'county. In politics there are tlivisioiist.but in matters that peTtain to the prosperity of our city there should be unity of opinion and ac lion. We need another railroad. e now have an opportunity to secure one. Shall vre embrace it? The opera house will soon be com pie ted and we hope it will be given to a manager who will give us first-class entertainments. We believe that the Great Bend public will give a gener ous suunorL it the entertainments are up to the standard.' ' The bond election will occur on the 7th of next .mouth. The friends of Great-Bend those who wish to tee her prosper should go to work earnestly and . sea that the bonds carry and by a rnajorityjthat shall be 'emphatic. A three-story brick"1 hotel costing 33...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 9 December 1886

J A i m GOWTI i 3 VOLUME II. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY DECEMBER 9, 1886. NUMBER 3a 8 ! h J) I J J. 1 ii ATTORNEYS. Tbe. C. CoU. ElrlckCCole. i COLE BROS., ATTORWEYS-AT-LAVV. Practloe inU the State and United ttes Courts. :t Cou&sel In tienoto by Theo.C Cole. Omc: In front room orer C. S4muU'. XZomx to Xmji on lum Iads. MAKER & OSMOND, ATTO R U EYS-AT- LAW. Eocss 4 and 5 in Allen's Block, GREAT BEND - - KAN. SAIV1, J. DAY, Attorney at Law VILLHER BLOCK, Great Bran, KaT3AS. H. T. - EW ALT. J. U. B EM EXT. EWALT & BEHEHT, Attorneys at Law, Real Estate and Lsan Agents, Collecting a Specialty, Ront Property and Pay Taxes. fB KM 1)1 L L 111 2 r r i r i 0 LsU J LbLy I Your B3COlisiv Olotliirs Have remoxed to their new quarters ia HARRY : KLINE'S : NEW : BRICK : BUILDING! An d in vite their friends and patrons to call on them as here tofore. In the future as in tne past we will aim to please our trade with FAIR, s AltfB s SQUARE s DKAXaXIff'&. C. r. DIFFESBAC1IER, Cwtuttj...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 9 December 1886

IBB BARM COUNTY DEKOCRAT PUBUSHED BY DEMOCRAT PR1HTIKS CO. DEWEY LANCFORP. Editor. , : GREAT BEND. - - KANSAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily JTews. WASHINGTON NOTES, Colonel. G. N. Liebeh, Acting Judge Advocate General of the army, in his an nual report recommends that to comniis sioned officers within certain narrow and well defiued limits be intrusted the power of summary punishment, such as is con t erred by the English code. Contracts for two cruisers and a gun boat have been awarded by the Secretary of the rsavy, Tub President has made the following appointments: Edward Cashing, collector of customs for the district of Belfast, Me.; Joseph E.'Moore, to be collector of customs for the district of Waldoborongh, Me. ; PhillipW.'Downs, general appraiser of mer chandise for the district of Baltimore, Aid William M. Neal, of Franklin,. Ind., agent of the Indians of Lempi agency in Idaho. Tub first fourteen Freach spoliation claims cases have been submitted for the decision...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 9 December 1886

THE BARTOK COUNTY DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED BY DEMOCRAT PRINTING' CO. DEWEY LAWCFQRO. Editor. GREAT BEND. .... KANSAS. DUSTING. -How much of our housework requires thought! How few of the thinjrs we daily must do .Aslc only our Ininrts, and allow our minds to travel beyond our view I But take your nice clean dust-cloth In hand. And your mind from tbut it will deftly touch o o And fc'o on a journey to Fairyland. " , Have you wondered very luuch, I JIow this beautiful place fs always fair. And co!l and sweet, j et never was seen .A fairy wtio did tiny harder work Than dancing: upon the g-rcon? Come lr.ck just a moment from Fairyland, . To dust the back ot that roekinjr chair5 A place thai is sure to be lelt untouched Without special thought and carp. A beautiful arhor! yes: you may po With cool, shady v.nes, and a rustic seat, .A. book that you've wanted, to read 60 long. And u hassock lor j our feet; And time ohhours and hours of It! To do just the thinirs you want to do '7s ox one of them...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 9 December 1886

BARTOH COUHTY DEMOCRAT HTFICUl TAPES' Or BARTON COUNTY- GREAT BEND. : : KANSAS The President's Messagre. The president's message to congress : appears in the dailies of this week. On such a document as this there is always a variety of opinion. Those in accord with the'administaation will contend that it is an able document, while those'opposed find many things to condemn. The document is of considerable length. But then, bo is the Bible, and we have never heard that urged agaimt the word of inspi ration. To cover fully in a report to congress all the .vast and varied inter ests of this government requires con fciderable space. On the coinage of silver the presi dent reiterates the position he assumed in . the beginning ; that is, that the coinage of silver should be stopped. Western democrats, as a rule, will riot endorse the position of the president. However this may be, no one can doubt the honestv of the chief execu tive. This is a question upon which lines are drawn "by sectio...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 9 December 1886

1 1 ff w t II v "a II I! 11 I jj f f o, 14 1 1i BARTON COUHTOEHOCRAT. DEWHY LANQPORDEditor. FF1CK U iraLXEl BLOCK. GREAT BEND, : : KANSAS. A. T. & S. F. Time Table. On slid after April 11th, 1SSS Keud aa follows, viz: trains leave Great COMIC? 2 - .... " 4 ...4.59a. ro. . . .t.Z'l a. la. . . .4.50 g. iu. ..10.06 a. m. ..10.22 p. iu. . . p. ni. No. Jo. 5. and 6. atop only at priix-ial stations No 1. Is through California and Mexico traiu. Nos. 3. and f, Colorado trains. Nos. 'A 4, and 6, unmeet to all oiutscuat. W. Toreky, Agcut. W. V. & C. GREAT BEND EXTENSION. PZPAKTS. No 1. paa-n?er ......11:15 a. To. No 3, lrciglil...;4 . t' 5:'M 1. in. ARRIVES. No 2, passenger .. No 4, freight 4.30 p. m. y.S'J a. in. GREAT. BEND POSTOFFICE HOURS. o ... Ou and sster November 1, lslrt. UNDAY,10 a. in. to 1 p. m. WEEK DAYS, 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. MONEY OBDEK, 8. m. to 5 p. m. JiEUISTEK BUSINESS, 7 a. ni. t3 7 p. m. GREAT BEND MAIX DIREC- GREAT BEND to DORRANCE. -Trips two. ArriveMonday and Frid...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 9 December 1886

A CALM REVIEW. !&SltemDt of the Kncouraflnj Remit I Iho ore tube r Election and the tiood Prospects of the Democracy for 18S3. Every one naturally looks at the No- Jrember elections with a view to their bearing npon' the Presidency. There are two ways of contemplating those slections now in respect of the subjects to be decided in. 1S83. One wav is to rsoaslder the comparative effect upon ie fortunes of candidates. The other way is to consider the comparative cf- Sccfc on the voting strength of parties. that is to say. the division which would 6ave taken rl:ic in thn nirfrml rvw. lege if the Presidential eleccion had ben determined on the basis of the yate cast during the present month. There are 401 electoral votes in the United States. Of the Electoral College 201 yotes are a majority. In 1831 of these 401 electoral votes 219 wero cast lor -Mr. Cleveland and 182 for Mr. Illaine. At the elections lately held States representing 207 electoral votes vrent unqualifiedly for the De...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 9 December 1886

LAKE PEHLLS. Details of. Som&of tfio Results of the Recent Gala. T ' r Tlie I.os-, of the Tngr A. P. Wright and the Sufferings of Her Crew This Sad I Je suit of an Improperly Dis played Slffnal Of UUtresa. , " l ' : T r '. ... ' Maxiste, Mijh.,.Dec l.The following additional facts regarding the loss of three of the lift;;iving crew aro learned to-day. Sunday night, vheax the wind rbegaju to. blow a gale from the northwest," the schooner A. J. Dewey, of Manistee, waa lying at Pierport, waiting to load lumber for Chicago. The tug A. P. Wright was with her, and when the big seas were driven inshore both were compelled to leave. The tug got a line f rom the sejioQn-' er and started to tow her to Manistee for shelter, but the gale kept increasing in violence and the vessel labored sat Heavily that she gave a sudden lurch,, and the strain on the hawser caused it to part. One end was swept intoAhe wheel of the tug, rendering her helpless, and the schoon er was lost sight of in the tlin...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 9 December 1886

al 1 oJ A V A n mm Ju V J f I vui II J J nn n n n A nnnn n n l'!lnJLnr.y otl . I aim p Ol iLJUUuUIiiILiYJ wlJ .. L-J n Joylyin L-Jl i , ; o Of one of the Largest Stocks of mm Site m for I ill! INI nnnnn USn all o f I nJ I - , 1 i I il l l f 1 i it 1 n til WW : n mm S MP3IS F LTO0R3C, mi 'Will, commence thejr FIRST OKA'S!) Xp&ttiQ S&$. OS E CUMBER Jst, AND CONTINUE THSAMEOR OTIRTVtD A &YS. We invoice stock Janu-" ' - " ' . ' ' " - ary 1st. ' From thi& date till then we propose to o&ose ou our ntire stock nt&&eSoora for one of the largest stocks o? Spring' goods ever Opened in tliovost, and in order to do tnia we 4Jiall make prices solorthakerery &uje of goods will fineomsthing toiAiercsf thejn. The QOOdSKUt Cg-Q, If Ttl3y Do INTOt. Bring Half 3?lli3r "V'aJ.'U. as it is contraFr to our gystefop ci4ping TuSine& Co cariy or repack any goods.. Our prices are made to closo out the present stocky and you will find them) 25 par Cant .OW 3Q7 SOr ig& We...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 16 December 1886

5 ' 'GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THUBSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1886 NUMBER 37. VOLUME II. i4 I! !,!; i I? ill I -I f:i ' V ! ?; ATTORNEYS. Tbao. C Col. Elrlck a Cote. j COLE BROS., lATTOnfJEYG-AT-LAV. Pmetioe in all tta 8UU and United c8tatea Courts. . , Counsel In German by Theo. C Cole. Omci: la front room over C Samuels'. , JXonmr Xoa om Tarn Xuuvda. MAHER & OSMOND, ATTOnnSYO-AT-LAV- Ecczs 4 ssJ 5 h Allen's Block, GREAT' BEND V- KAN. SAM. J. DAY Attorney at Law UikUjiili UbUUtij o Great Bend, ; : Kansas. K. T. EWALT. Notary. II. BEMES3. EWALT & BEMENT. Attorneys at Law, Heal Estate :anl Loan Agents Collecting a Specialty, Bent Property and Pay Taxes, C F. DIFFENBACHEB, County Attorney. D. A. BANTA. Birnss&csra & banta, ilttos?nG7s at Law cOfflca ia AUca-lIubbard Block, rooms 9 and 11. PHYSICIANS. . F. MGHTFOOTq, Physician & Surgeon. ' o Xlea&qaarters at Allen's Drnjr Store. J. GHAW,'M8 D. orricE in- lAllen's DBloclc GREAT? BHSrp. CAi A. H. CONNER Physician & Surgeofi...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 16 December 1886

Of V,- r v. - 'i -J 5i l: mi ; .'I ill HE BARTON - COUNTY - DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED BY DEMOCRAT FR1ST1XS CO. DEWEY UWOFOKD, Editor. GREAT SbEND. - - - 'KANSAS THE WORLD AT LAEGE. Summary of . the Daily News. f - CONGRESSIONAL. The Senate met at noon ' on the 6th and was called to order by the presiding: of ficer, Senator Sherman, who laid before the Senate the several 'annual reports of beads of departments. Resolutions were adopted fixing-the daily hour of meeting-at noon, in forming the House that the Senate was ready to proceed to business, and for the appointment of a committee to wait on the (President for. a like purpose. Messrs. lidmuodj and Baulsnurv were appointed as the committee. The credentials of Sen ator Williams, of California, were presented and the oath;of oQice administered to him. Several bills "were introduced and referred. Tbe comnvttee to wa t on the President an nounced that the Executive would send in his message immediately. Attbe conclusion of the reading- of t...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 16 December 1886

IHE BARM COUNTY DEMOCRAT PUBLISHED BY DEUOCJUT PRINTING CO. D EW EY UHCFORD, Editor. GREAT BEND. - " - - - KANSAS. LOOK UP, MY BOY. There is hope in the world for you and me; There is joy in a thousand thfngrs that be; There is fruit to gather from every tree Jooic up, my boy, took up! There Is care and struggle In every lter AVith temper and sorrow the world is rife; But no strens-tD coiueih without the strife; Look up, lay boy, look up I There's a place in the land for you to fill; There is work to do with an iron will; The river comes from the tiny rill Look up, my boy, look up! There are bridges to cross and. "the way ! long:. Hut a purpose in life will make you strong-; Keep e'er on your lips a cheerful sonar; Look up, my boy, look up! Spenk ill of no one: defend the Hg-ht; And have the cournjre, as m God's sight. To do what your hands And with your might; Look up. my boy, look up! Sarah IC. Halnton, in Good Cheer. LONG. HEALTHFUL LIFE. A Case of Longevity in the Six teenth Cen...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 16 December 1886

WRTOHCOUHTY- DEMOCRAT mm m&nmm count?. GREAT "BEND, KANSAS. The latest repaTtin regard to the Santa Fe's proposed liae from Kansas City to Chicago, is that the road will certainly be built, and that active work will be commenced early in the spring. It if "claimed that the line will be fifty miles shorter than either of the other r6a4s, -which fact in ad dition to otjier advantages that the Santa Fe possessed -. pould give them, considerable advantage over their ri vals, the C. B. & Q. and the Rock Is land. ,." The glowing "future in store for Great Bend is indelibly written upon the calendar of fate and as plainly visible on the -countenances of our prosperous citizens. Within the past iew days we nave felt the pub lic pulse upon .the feasibility of pub lishing a daily paper for the city, and we have found the sentiment strong enough in favdr of the enterprise to warrant us in "making complete ar rangements for such a publication. The paper will be four pages of five column...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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