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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 20 June 1889

THE BURTOa CCOilPf DEMOCRAT. WILLE.STOKE,- Z3dLltorebXic&Pzoprlotorf (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. PUBLISHED WEEKLY TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. One year I1JS0 Six months 75 Three months Entered as second class nutter at the Great Bend Kansas, postofflce. JBVAH adTertisements or commooications, to ob tain an Insertion In the Dkmochat, most be handed in by Wednesday noon of each week, at the very latest. We acknowledge receipt of season tickets to the New Era Exposition, at St. Joe, Mo., Sept. 3d to Oct. 5th. Wahnahaskb wants to stop the mails on Sunday. The old granny had better turn his mind in some other direction. The great Cronin case still drags its weary length along, but the toils seem to be tightening about some of the men already under arrest. TnE election on prohibition in Penn sylvania, on the 18th inst., resulted in a rifpt. nf prohibition bv some two hundred thousand votes. - We desire, this delightful June morninz. to incidentally remark that Barton c...

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. — 20 June 1889

-:- BASE BALL -:- TO-DAY, JUNE 20TH. LA CROSSE vs. GREAT BEND. GBOUNDS JUST NOBTH OF THR UNION HOTEL. FREE TO ALL. LOCAL SEWS. Now boys, play ball. Monday's rain was a daisy. Harvest hands are iu demand. Dilligence is the mother of good luck. Ewalt & Co. keep the finest line of candies in town. Samples of big wheat are too common nowa-days to le mentioned. Greve & Zoeller are swinging wall paper at Buckland's land office. Born Saturday, June 15th, to Mr. and Mrs. Cal Urillyy a son. The rain storm of Saturday did not extend very far north and west. Where is the Ellinwood Advocate? We have not seen it for two weeks. Ewalt & Co. sell canned goods cheaper than any house in the city. We want a correspondent in Inde pendent township; also in Cheyenne. Still the rains comes along just as they are needed in bountiful Barton. Poverty is a bad disease, and the worst of it is, the doctors all increase it. Ewalt & Co. give a rebate of 5 per cent, on all bills of $5 or over sold ...

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. — 20 June 1889

. - A WESTERN METHOD. :-' In Western skies, o'er prairies broad, ; ; Tbe crirasoa hues are blending, ; While eastward, o'er the misty woods;' Night shades ure soft descondingl . . The summer day, so calm, so sweet, - In peace serene id dying, And o'er the harvest-laden fields ;. The Tesper breeze is sighing. While lingering on the vine-clad porch, -" On hearts with Joy o'erflowiag. We gaze on fields, and woods, and sky In somber beauty glowing. You say : "If Time, in his wild flight, Would list to human reason. v And give us but four extra weeks In this sweet summer season, , T wouid be, indeed, a precious gtfi - , To claim our heart's devotion .; r . . Another isle of fragrant flowers Upon life's varied ocean." ! He knoweth best who loveth best: Each season sent by Heaven, " '- "Though summer's sun or winter's storm, ' ( For human good is given. , jj " , But if our future paths of life""" I Were both converged together. To me, though storms and tempests roar, 'Twould all be summer ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 20 June 1889

POREtON '"GOSSIP. In Germany thy are to have -now laws to prevent the artificial - coloring oi preserves. There haa .been a marked .decline tfco anund in Japan for the Euro pean styles o .dress during the past year- 1 Up to the present time the -.Canadian Government has given-40,000,000 acres oi lands to railroad companies. The saloon of Buckingham Palace, famous for the suburb crystal chande liers which lit 'contains, is now lighted by electricity. Fifteen thousand students engaged in the late competitive examinations in China. The excitement was so great that a number of contestants went crazy. A new role lor women in London city is that of serving writs. A pretty young woman there is said to find doors open to her, which to nearly every other sheriff officer are hut fast. The Feabody lund ior the labor ing poor of London has nearly doubled itself, the $ 2.509,000 block of the origi nal gift having been augmented by rents and interest to $4,825,910. Medical missionaries in Chinafi...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 20 June 1889

IBE BARTOB COUNTY DEMQCflATr , WILL E. STOKE, XSciltox sixxdL Proprietor, y (Office ia Opera Hock) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS BUSINESS CARDS. ATTORNEYS. C V. DESTEJTBACHKR, X. A. BAHTA . filfffifiSlCSu & SANTA, iLLrcornegrs ax .Liara Oflfceotn Allen-Hubbard Block rooms mnd 1L. stSCXO. a COLE. ELRICK.C. COLS County Attorney COLE BROTHERS, f A ! " I 'V 1- XT TT'-VC? A T T A "VX7" ' Office in Court House. Obanael in German by Theo. C Cole. f r r r- toorceif .at Law -and Nclary Public. Office over Moss' Grocery Store, GBEAT BEND, - - KAS. J. H. JJJNISOiN, Quick Farm Loans at Liow Rates Missouri lands to Exchange for Kansas lands. BOOMZ, MOSES BROS. BLOCK. D. J. NEWTON, NOTARY PUBLIC. I Kiom 4 Moses Brcs. Block. W. R. BUNTING-, Clerk District Conn Final Proofs Made. CREAT BEND, . KAN. PHYSICIANS. A. I. McCoemick, !Qf mo Inlfin anH Ciipnann Office over Dodge's Hardware store, Jaorthwest cor. La Payette Park. , GREAT BEXD. - - KANSAS. HAW k UGHTFOOOT, PHYSICIANS AND .US.SQNS, OFFICE, ROOmS 2...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 20 June 1889

SaV VuTl l Saturday, t Mias Boodie iroage peu.. Claflia. 11L Barton County Democrat SUPPLEMENT. THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1889. ESTABLISHED 1872. Pharmacist, Drugs, Paints, Glass, Book?, Stationery and :- CORNER-LOTS. -: LOCAL NEWS. Let us have a Harvest Home picnic. Butter and eggs wanted at Ewalt dc uo s. District- court - adjourned Friday, until August. Epitaph for a cannibal "He loved nis ieiiow man. Go to Ewalt & Co. for graham and oatmeal era chers fancy cakes, etc. Things can never go badly wrong if tne neart be true and love be strong. Lots of farmers were caught in town by the heavy ram storm of Saturday last. J. B. Daniels is getting bis elevato ready to handle wheat again thi year. -The great work of decapitation has -commenced, and the golden grain is oemg gieanea on every hand. In the case of Taylor vs. Miltimore. in district court, Taylor got judgement tor $auu damages for assult and battery. . There is a time in every man's life when he thinks there is nothing sweeter un...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 20 June 1889

nil as 9 lb' It t by Short! ' klF (y) m n mm D WW to) to ft a A Ml I n tM -lb Sales have been the feature of Great Bend for many a day; but the only GENUINE SELLING OUT AT COST Sale is Now Taking Place at tie ST. LOUIS STORE, And will continue .FOR- MLY SOXTV DAYS? The truth of the matter is this: Our stock is large and well assorted. This must be reduced before Fall, and to accomplish this we intend to make prices which will compel the public to pur chase. This is to be a BOIVTil FIDE COST SAIiHi Everything in our im mense stock included, and if you want to save from 20 "to 30 o come and see us. We wish it understood that we do not intend to leave Great Bend, for this great sale will only continue SIXTY DLTTSj when former prices will be restored. BELOW YOU WILL FIND A FEW OF OUR PRICES: 22 cent Satines, 32-in. wide, will sell at 18 cents 15-cent Satines, 32-in. wide, will sell at 11A cents 10 cent Satines 28 in. wide, will sell at - 8J cents 15-cent Chambrays will sell at - - 11 ce...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 27 June 1889

DEMOCRAT. . A BARTON COUNTY - - ' - - OFFICIAL PAPER Of BARTON COUNTY. . ... i ; VOLUME VI." GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1889. NUMBER 12. ; Vi THE WOKLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Dally News. WASDIXGTON NOTES. Tmt appointment of ex-Governor Lucius airchild, of Wisconsin, fills the existing -vacancy on the Commission to negotiate with the Cherokee? and tbe other Indians for the cession of the Outlet. Speaking of the rote on the Prohibition .amendment in Pennsylvania, Postmaster General Wanamaker said that he was not i surprised that the amendment had been defeated. He was surprised, however, at -the magnitude of the vote and had not . anticipated that the majority against the kamendment would be so large. Secretary Wisdom has directed that Patrick O'Brien be removed from the posi tion of supervising architect of foreign steam vessels at Baltimore, Md., and the . appointment of Edward F. White to that ?poition is announced. The War Department has been notified 'that thirty-on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 27 June 1889

THE DARTOIl CODNTY DEMOCRAT, W. JB. STOKE, Editor Proprietor. GREAT BFND. KANSAS ONLY A BABY'S HAND. "B!g time to-might," the drummers said. As to snpper they sat them down ; To-morrow's Sunday, and now'i oar chance To Illuminate the town." Good r cries Bill Barnes, the Jolliest The favorite ot aU; Yes: let's forget our troubles now " And hold high carnival." The sapper done, the mail arrives, Each man his letters scanning. With fresh quotations up or down His busy brain is cramming. But Bill "why. what's come over him Why turned so quick about r Ee says Just as his pards start forth: . "I guess I won't go out." Els letter bore no written word. No prayer from vice to flee; -Only a tracing of a hand A baby's hand of three. What picture comes before his mind What does his memory paint? A baby at her mother's knee His little, white-robed saint. What cares a man for ridicule Wbo wins a victory grandf BiU slept in peace, his brow was smoothed By a shadowy little hand. Nought like the wea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 27 June 1889

ft- ,1 r: a. WHEN THE COWS COM c HOME, j- - ' . , . The eroak of the f roj sonorous, y,, Down in its sedirj lair, Accompanied toy ttoe tink. tink. Of the lizard everywhere: The chirp of the rowdy cricket. And the hastening shadows or gloana. Bespeak the bow of Jenny's tryst,, Tme when the cow come home; v Down where the orchard-blossoms Distil their perfume sweet. She sits in the jratberinr shadows And builds in her heart's retreat - ' A easile of silver towers. -.-, Whose summits, a-t p with gold, t ' Uft op to an azure paradise Whose twinkling stars are bold. Down from the pebbly roadway He steps with a step that's gay Ber lorer fair, with the ruddy cheek . - - And eye as open as day. His hat's a-slbuch aad dusty," His shoes clay-stained, nor new But his kiss is as sweet as the fragrance of The rose that's steeped in dew. "They sit in tbe quiet evening, . Erecting plns in air, ' While the rowdy cricket and lizard spell The frog in its sedgy liar. Then waft from the lips a-whisker ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 27 June 1889

V'-:'V X'- .i.";v WltXCCTOKE, ; ; Sdltoriuxdlpritpri, i ' v (Office in Opera Block) '. GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. PUBLISHED WEEKLY , TEEM OF SUE3CEIPTI0N CASH- - Omjtw tl-50 Hlx months .75 Three months... , 50 Entered ma second class matter at the Great Bend Kaitsas, postoffice. - WAU advertisements or eoianuoieationa, to ob tain an liiseruan IK tMVKawcx, must ueBuu-- -In toy Wednesday noon of each week, at tb latest. - - very Say, Welch, wh- get some bi' -jr don't you fellows players at IaCrosse? -XLLNG cbeap and buying dear will make no man rich. The American fanner did not believe this last fall- will he believe it now? xibs. li. b. Haybs died on the morning of the 26th, at 6:30, at her Home in Premone, Ohio. Gen. Cam eon is expected to die at any moment. J ohnstown is indeed a stricken city. On the 24th a sweeping fire broke out and before it could be con-trolled it de stroyed most of the buihiings left by the flood. xjittuuuii Indiana and Illinois a small grain, or plant louse, call...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 27 June 1889

It L i ft 't ESTABLISHED 1872. A. S. AIiIaEJJ, Pharmacist, Drugs, Paints, Glass, Books, Stationery and :- CORNER - LOTS. -: LOCAL KEWS. ' "Money goes, noone knows: Where it goeth, no one sboweth: Here and there, exery where; Ron, ran; Dan, dun; Spend, spend; Lend, lend; Send, lend; ; Flush to-day, short to-morrow; Notes to pay, borrow, borrow; How it goes, no one konws; Where it goeth, no one knoweth. How about a "Harvest Home" picnic? Ewalt & Co. keep the finest line of candies in town. The water is getting low in the Arkansas river at this point. Attend the weekly entertainment at the Central Normal College. The LaCrosse base ball team don't know when they have got enough. Ewalt & Co. sell camned goods cheaper than any house in the city. Flies work from sun to sun; but the mosquito's work is never done. Go to Ewalt & Co. for graham and oatmeal era ch ere fancy cakes, etc. A man may court an investigation; but courting a girl is far more prefer' able. Ewalt & Co. gi...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 27 June 1889

AMEBIC A. 13 name was America, bat it should have been Apollo, because he was fleet of foot and lithe and grace ful of limb, and bis sweetheart's name was Daphne. He pursued her, flgure atively speaking, around the house, out the front gate, down the road, across the oornfleld.through the cane-brake and cack home again every Sunday afternoon. But he could not. catch her. It was before the war, and they were c-slaves. He was solid black and his face ' had an oily sheen ; but his nasal organ was . Jong enough to place him outside the classi fication of "flat-nosed niggers." Daphne "Was also as dark as an hour before day, and consequently had no objection to his color. Her complaint against him was based on higher ground. . -. Tain'tno usen axin me terma'ay yer, .Merelry, lor 1 ain't gwine ter ao it iess n yer do what I ax yer to do." - , "But, Dafifny," he pleaded, placing his hat on a stool and wiping his brow with a ban ana handkerchief, "you know I kain't be er hippercrit Sposen I'...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 27 June 1889

5 BOSTON 'DELICACIES. ' Dow Beans and JFIsn Are Canned! in the Larce Factories of the Ifob.1- . "Nine-tenths of all the beans sold In cans on this continent are put up in Boston. Their preparation in this form Is carried on upon a hugi3 scale by a number of factories, and the processes employed for turning out the incom parable product are most interesting. In some essential points they are secret and patented, while the ' labels and brands are valuable properties. The best hand-picked Vermont beans, as they come in barrels from the commis sion houses, are poured upon sieves to take away the last remaining dust, and picked over again by girls with the ut most care so as to get rid of every im perfect one. Then they are put in huge vats that hold one hundred bushels each, and washed with running water. The dirt that rises to the top is skimmed and the water drawn off. More water is poured on, and they are left to soak over night. Next morning fresh water is put in with them and they ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 27 June 1889

ITEE BAET3H COBHTf DEUBCRAT. WILT, E. STQKE, Pdllor and Proprietor, (Office taOgCra Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS BUSINESS CARDS. ATTOKKKYS. C. V. DXFFKKBACHEK, D. A. BAST A IlIlStorncTjG at Lara 4 OOe la AIlen-Hobbard Blck it and 11. ma c cols. elricjcc. col County Attorney. CJOXiE BROTHERS, JA.TTORN EYS AT LAW A Office In Court House. mm CumJiel In German by Then. C Cole. J. RICH CREEK, tLBerney at Law and Mary Public Office over Moss Grocery Store, GREAT BEND, - - KA8. . J.H. JENNISON, llttorrcyat-Ija'CJ fick Farm Loans at Low Bates Missouri lands to Exchange for Kansas lands. VZOOM3, MOSES BROS. BLOCK. D.J.NEWTON, L&JH ORHBY AT T-kW. IKOTARY PUBLIC. t fiom 4 Uom Bigs. Block. W. R. BUNTING, Bert District Conn. Final Proofs Made. GREAT BEND, . KAN. PHYSICIANS. v A. Y. McCormick, TPtiyslcfan - and - Surgeon. Office over Dodge's Hardware store, fcxorthwest cor. La Fayette Park. , GUEATBEND. - - KANSAS. SHAW k X-.IGHTFOO'X,. PHYSICIANS ASD SURGEONS, office, noons 2 AND 3, Moses Bro...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 4 July 1889

OFFICIAL PAPER OF sBARTON COUNTY. VOLUME VI. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1889. NUMBER 14. THE WORLD AT LARGE. r Summary of -the Daily News. WASHI3JGTOX NOTES. . .At tb Treasury Department it was de Tnied that Solicitor Hepburn's opinion that the Chinese Restriction act did not pro , Tiibit Chinese from passing through the United States to other countries had been .tpprovd end that such permission had fbeen Riven. Mr- Hepburn gave such an -opinion six weeks ego, but Secretary Win- - dorri never gave it bis official sanction. William Waltib Phelps, of New Jer sey, bas ben appointed Minister toGer 3 many. t ' Thr Treasury Department baa issued a ACircuIar prohibiting collectors of customs sfrom issuing: certificates of exportation for 'American bags which are entitled ;to free entry on their return, snch practice '.'being illegal. Thf War Department is in receipt of dispatches confirming the press reports of "trouble - with the Flathead Indians near IMissouia, Mont. A sweepin...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 4 July 1889

tee caiitg:i C03:iTY democrat, Xf, S. 8TQEB. Zdltor ft rroprlator. GREAT BEND. - - KANSAS, ' ABOUT LAMP CHIMNEYS. ffilllons of Thm Brakta Every Year Wfcoro They Coma From. Nearly 5.000,000 of lamp chimneys are smashed every year in this city and at least 50.000.000 bits of glass are thrown into ash barrels, 'streets, alleys, gutters, sewers, etc. Yet people vent ure out in thin-soled shoes, children in bare feet and horses without any pro tection on their hoofs. Stranger still, one seldom hears of an accident arising from the presence of these bits of glass. The street sanitary regulations of the city fortunately do much toward obviating such accidents, and most of she broken and cracked chimneys aro deposited in ash barrels and find their way to the dump, where they are gath ered up by rag-pickers and sold to junk dealers, who. in turn, sell the scraps, which are known as "cullet." to the glass works at 40 cents per 100 pounds. ' The dealers in chimneys dispose of their broken stoc...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 4 July 1889

TilE BARTOn MIKITY DEL'OMAT. ? W. S. gTOXS, Xditox ft Foit. GREAT BEND. - . KANSAS PEGGY'S It ia the baby's hand I sing: The babv's band. So small a tblnjr, Needs but little fcons. ja y: : r A few sweet words that slip away On street notes, Tallin one by one,- ' - ; And then the little song U done. -. s ' Think you a breath will serve to sine The little dimpled dainty thing? If every apple bloom took bearV And to the innate lent a part, C ", - f It every leaf upon the tree - v J 1 Should tremble into melody ' : '" With summer wind and meadow rtn. And birds should twitler. pipe and trill. Yet when the evening shadows fell. There would be more than half to tell. A little aonjrt J4y love would reach The sweetest words of English speech. And finding every one amiss. Blend all sweet words in one warm kiss. Sometimes with heavy heart T go - About my household tasks, and slow.11 Tears hurt my eyes. Ah. thea I creep Where little Peggy lies asleep: The white sweet blossom of her band I kiss ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 4 July 1889

THE VJMl CfJiin DELTOCRAT. WILL. E. STOKE, ladltoi' aaa.dHiHDpjrlotor, . (Office ia Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. PUBLISHED WEEKLY TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. One year .. Sir asonths. .. ........ Three months - .81.60 . .75 . -60 Entered aa second class matter at the Great Bend , poetoface. . aW"AIl advertisements or eommaleation, to ob tain an insertion In the Pmooul, must be banded In by Wednesday noon of each week, at the very latest. - HDEPEHDEHOE DAT. To-day the grand old American eagle is flopping bis wings over the land from the shores of the Atlantic to the great Pacific The noise of his glorious pinions as they cleave othe air from sea to eea and flash in the sun light like a shield of might can be heard by every lover of freedom and prosper ity, and his undaunted eye piercing the ambient atmosphere sends defiance to the old world and fathoms a future freer' and better and brighter than all the past. "We honor the bird, fit emblem of American independence; we are proud ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 4 July 1889

ESTABLISHED 1872. A. S. ALLEN, PHARMACIST. DRUGS, PAINTS, GLASS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, AND CORNERL LOTS. FOR SALE BY CITY JEWELRY STORE NEAR POST OFFICE. . CITY AND COUHTT HEWS. Come, come, come, the summer now la here; Come oat among the fields, And estimate the yields Of wheat and corn, In this, oar happy year. Firemen's dance to-night. To-flay is not Sunday it is the 4th of July. Cool refreshments at the dance to-night. . See the card of J. K. Humphrey, the new baker. . . Ewalt & Co. keep the finest line of candies in town. Ellin wood people will celebrate to-day in good shape. An open enemy is to be respected; a secret one to be suspected. , Go to Ewalt & Car. for graham and oatmeal crachers fancy cakes, etc. Ewalt & Co. sell caaned goods cheaper than any house iu the city. ' 'Mrs.' Wood is closing out summer hats at cost. Southwest of postoffice. Ewalt & Co. give a rebate of 5 per cent, on all bills of $5 or over sold for cash. . : t The county commissioners will m...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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