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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 29 August 1889

SJ, OTY DEMOCRAT '4 BARTON COUJ OFFICIAL PAPER OF BARTON OOUTSTTY- VOLUME VI. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1SS9. NUMBER 22. t ) DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CONYEHTIOH. By action of the Democratic County Central Committee, at a meeting held in Great Bend, August 17th, 1889, a democratic county convention i3 here by called to meet at the court bouse in Great Bend, on Saturday, September 14th 1889, for the purpose of nominat ing candidates for the following county offices: County Treasurer; County Clerk; Register of Deeds; Sheriff; County Surveyor; Coroner; Commissioner for 3d District. Each township, ward, and election precinct will be entitled to the follow ing number of delegates and alternates, viz: Albion 6 Beaver 4 Buffalo 6 6 Logan 8 4 Pawnne Rock 6 6 South Bend . 5 Cheyenne 11 11 Union Clarence 8 Comanche ... 8 Eureka 4 Fairview 3 Grant 7 Homestead . . 9 Independent . 5 8 Wheatland . . 8 Washburn... 4 Walnut 3 Cleveland... 7 Great Bend.. 9 GREAT BEND CITY. 5 First Ward.. 5 5 ...

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. — 29 August 1889

THE BARTOU CODIITY DEUOCRAT. E. "TOO, Sdltor ft Proprietor. GREAT BEND. , - - - KANSAS A SLUMBER SONG. Baby, you stand by a gate that leads Into a land of dreams : There's a drowsy watchman here who heeds Never the straggling gleams Of light that stray from the far-off sun Always for him it's twilight begun And we stand by the gate. And watch and wait. . And watch and wait! Little one hear what the stream sings of, Here in this quiet land: It sings of the joy of mother lore Sings to birds in the sand To th strange, tall birds, with dreamy eyes. That look at you, dear, in mute surprise. While we stand by the gate, And watch and wait, And watch and wait ! If you open the gate no one will know; The guard will never guess. You must open it gently, slowly so! No one has heard, unless Those dreamful birds, or the dreamland sheep. Heard you stealing through their land of sleep, While I stood by the gate. To watch and wait, And watch and wait! Oh, strange are the birds and the sheep that dw...

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. — 29 August 1889

THE BAIITOn COUIITY DEMOCRAT. W. . STOXB, Xditor Proprietor. GREAT BEND. - - - - KANSAS STORIES OF GLUTTONY. -A Peculiar Protest Against Conrention allty In Feeding. Why are new dishes so scarce? The inquiry is prompted by an attractive article in the July CornhilL The au thor of "Strange Food" may be re garded as registering a sort of protest against conventionality in feeding. He experimented on stewed jackdaw and squirrel cooked in the same fash ion at an early age. and relates an amusing anecdote of a jugged cat being set before a too epicurean par son, on the pretense that it was an other kind of puss. On learning that he had devoured a large cat the gour mand was takfen ill, and was for some -days in great danger he said because -of the character of the meat; his friends said that his indisposition was traceable to the enormous quantity he managed to dispose of. The writer then proceeds to show that while some fish and certain plants are poi sonous hardly any animal, in modera...

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. — 29 August 1889

THE DEMOCRAT?. OFFICIAL" COUHfT PAPEB. WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. GBEAT BEND, - - KANSAS. BUSINESS CARDS. attorneys. Gl V. BC7FXKRACHER D.A.BASTA JimUBMHffi & BABIA, J14f oxuacyo at Law Ofia4a AIlen-Hnbbard Block roesaa 9 and 11. esxcxclcole. elricx-g. oolh County Attorney. OOLEBROTHERS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office In Court House. VCourLSei In German by Theo. a Col. J. RICHCREEK, ISmt at Law and Hoiarj Public. OfBco over Moss Grocery Store, GBEAT BEND, - - KAS. J.H. JENNISON, jQ.ttorxcjT'-at-Ijiaw, Quick Farm Loans at Low Bates Missouri lands to Exchange for Kansas lands. BOOM 3, MOSES BROS. BLOCK. D. J. NEWTON, .fTORHBY AT X-iAW, UOTARY PUBLIC. Bom 4 Mooes Brcs. Block. PHYSICI AN3, A. T. McOoemick, Physician - and - Surgeon. Office over Dodge's Hardware store, northwest cor. La Payette Park. GBEAT BEND, - - KANSAS. SHAW & ZE-jaHTFOOOT, physicians m surgeons, OFFICE, ROOMS 2 AND 3, Moses Bros. Block. HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. Grand Central Hotel THOS HOBART, Prop. COMMO...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 29 August 1889

ESTABLISHED '1872. A. S. ALLEN, PHARMACIST. DRUGS, PAINTS, GLASS, ROOKS, STATIONERY, AND CORNERL LOTS. FOR SALE AT . CITY JEWELRY STORE NEAR POST OFFICE. Commissioners' Meeting. The Board of County Commissioners met at the clerk's office, Great Bend, August 27th, pursuant to a call, to consider and take action on bridge petitions ana sucn other business as might properly come before tbem. A full board was present. In matter of bridge petitioned for by Gustas Kropp et. al. to be built across Cow creek, on the section line between sec. 31-17-11 and sec. 26-17-12, prayer of petition crranted. Bridge to be 80 foot span, the abutments to be built by Cheyenne township before contract is let for said bridge. The abutments to be built under the instructions of F. J Kramer, bridge inspector for Barton county. Concerning petition of W. C. Brad shaw et. al., for a bridge across Blood creek, between sections 29 and 34, township 17, range 14, prayer of petitioners granted. The bridge to be 00 fo...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 29 August 1889

'THE ARAB'S GIFT.- An Arab travel In a desert drear Met wita a well ot water sweet and clear. It was to him a luxury a treat Unused was he to water, wholesome, sweet. This, in this sparkling, clear and bubbling spring, c . . "Seemed to his Mcapie mind fit for a King. He said: "TU fill my bottle, and will haste Me to the Caliph, that he, too, may taste." His leathern bottle filled with eager hands. He trtdged away across the borning sands Long miles he trudged thro' sands of blistering heat And laid bis ofTring at the Caliph's feet. . The Caliph took the leathern bottle up, ' And poured a draught into his golden cup. Drank it, and thanked the Arab with a smile. His courtiers, sneering, standing by the while. At length one seized the water bottle. "Stop V The Caliph sharply said, "Drink not one drop." The courtier quickly put the bottle down. And turned away with an impatient frown. Meanwhile the Arab's face lit up with joy His happiness was great without alloy f Smlling he left the r...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 29 August 1889

SNAKES AS FIGHTERS. A Sport ffhn Kep a Number of Reptiles Alwayu Keiy For the Rint. , The best sport the writer ever wit nessed was a snake fight which took place just across the bay from Biloxi, Miss. The owner of the show was a native of Biloxi, a large, powerful built man. with an extraordinary wide mouth and stentorian voice. He had fitted up beneath a commodious shed a regula pit, similar to those used in chicken fijhtingf. This was a ringf about seven feet in diameter, and the owner used it for fighting snakes. He also had a long line of cages covered with wire screens, in which several arge reptiles were housed, and were always ready when a crowd came to fee a battle. The favorite snake in the lot was a monster spotted fellow whose fangs came out of his mouth and reached around under his chin. This was what is called the king snake, a native of the southern parts of Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana. The name is given it because it is known that when traveling it will catch...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 29 August 1889

DRY GOODS HACKER BROS. -IN BUYING YOUR- Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, HATS OAHPS For fall wear, it is to your interest to buy them where vou can buy them cheap est. We believe MORE! BETTER GOODS For the money than you can buy anywhere. Our new goods are now in. We ask you to come and see them be fore you buy. RESPECTFULLY, REAL ESTATE till! Fee eroti. Sftiraiiglhtt. NO COMMISSION. LOANS ' UFOUT IMPROVED FARMS. TOO DELAY! CALL ON OR ADDRESS: A. J, GROCERIES AND NEW FIRM! POSBTJEG- Have opened an Staple and Faney Groceries, Cigars, Tobaccos, Canned Goods, Fruits, Confectionaries, Vegetables, Etc. SECOND DOOR NORTH OF G. N. & E. R. MOSES, IN HARPER'S OLD STAND. Great Bend. - Kansas. (PAW iit 23d lX3Tlexs Pioneer Grocery. Wo need money, must have it, and therefore will sell at the following prices for a short time, For CASH, viz: California Fruit, Standard Brands. Apricots 20c a can, 3 cans for 50c. Grapes 20c " 3 " 50c. Tie Apricots 15c can, 2 cans for 25c. " Green Grapes 15c, 2 44 25c....

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 5 September 1889

CDFFIOIAL PAPER OF, BARTON COUNTY. . jy'----':rJ..LL...... VOLUME VI. . GREAT BEND; KANSAS; THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1889. ' " " NUMBER 2a - rj : : : : I t - . . . . DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CONVENTION. By action of the Democratic County Central Committee, at a meeting held in Great Bend, August 17th, 1889, a democratic connty convention is here by called to meet at the court house in Great Bend, on Saturday, September 14th 1889, for the purpose of nominat ing candidates for the following county offices: County Treasurer; County Clerk; Register of Deeds; Sheriff; County Surveyor; ' Coroner; CommissioHer for 3d District. Each township, ward, and election precinct will be entitled to the follow - ing number of delegates and alternates. Albion 6 Beaver 4 Buffalo 6 6 Logan 8 4 Pawnne Rock 6 6 South Bend .5 8 6 5 3 3 Cheyenne . . 11 11 Union Clarence 8 8 Wheatland 8 Washburn. 4 Walnut. .. 3 Cleveland . Comanche . Eureka Fairview .. Grant. Homestead 2 7 5 7 Great Bend.. 5 5 9 OREAT BEND CITY. 5 Fi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 5 September 1889

THE BAnTOa CODflTY DEL'OCnAT. W. Z. STOXZ. Zdltor ftopttotor. KANSAS CONUNDRUMS. "Why la a farmer like a man Hitting hli stockings all he can? The farmer hoes his beets in rows; . Tne other fellow beats his hose. Why la a grocer very like A boy who has a dram to strike) The grocer wight a pound, they say The little fellow pounds away. Why does a winning jockey bold Resemble one who has a cold? The jockey's horse is sound, of course. The other fellow's sound is hoarse. Why is a man who has dispersed His cold like one who cures your thirst t The first man's cold is well, we're told; . The second fellow's well is cold. Why is a boss who anger shows Like any lad who swimming goes? Cross as a bear mast be the boss. The happy lad's bare as a cross. Why is a dude ashamed to show His sun-barn like a tanner, O? . One hides his tarn from foolish pride. The other always tans his hide. Why does a storm-stayed sailor quite Resemble one who has no sight? One can not go to sea, you know. The other...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 5 September 1889

THE DARTOH C03HTY OEUCSnAT. . W. a. STOXZ, JEdltor ft Proprietor. OREAT BEND. - - KANSAS REGRET. Thrust In my hand one summer day A bunch of crimson poppies lay "Withered and warm, from a little hand That bad gathered their bloom at lore's com mand. On other things and thoughts intent. My absent gaze upon them bent. Idly I turned them o'er and o'er, - ' Then dropped their bloom upon the floor; But I've lived to weep for that summer day .And the withered poppies I threw away. Once on my ear a child's voice fell. It's loving tones I knew full well, And yet how strange, unheeded oft The words that pie so sweet and soft, Unleft the little head that pressed Around my neck, upon my breast. Kow years have passed and borne away The words and looks of that dear day; My empty arms I stretch In vain. But the child will ne'er come back again. Oh, words and tones of bygone years, How could ye fall on careless ears. Why unresponsive were ye met. Sweet loving deeds ? Oh vain regret ! Tear can not ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 5 September 1889

NEWS OF INTEREST. Dome Itoms Grouped. Together For the General Reader. Th Lone Highwayman Captured A Real Hsro Suffering; on Long's Peak OtUe Xsws That May B round ' Interesting. "Black Bart Captured. Bxfubuc; Mich., Sept. L Raymond Holzhey, the lone highwayman who has terrorised Northern Wisconsin for five months past, robbing trains, waylaying stage coaches and holding up pedestrians, Is In custody. He was captured here yes terday morning by City Marshal Olode and Justice of the Peace E. E. Weiser, and will be taken to Bessemer to answer for the killing of Fleischbein at Gogebic on Monday of last week. Holzhey confesses to all the stage and train robberies. At the jail he was searched and three revolvers, three gold watches, four pocket-books and other articles were found on his person. One pocket-book bore the name of Reymund Holrhey. He broke down under examination and acknowl edged committing the robbery of the Mil waukee & Northern train at Ellis Junc tion, last May, and t...

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. — 5 September 1889

ESTABLISHED 1872. S. ALLEN, PHARMACIST. DRUGS, PAINTS, GLASS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, AND CORNERL LOTS. FOR SALE AT CITY JEWELRY STORE NEAR POST OFFICE. CITY AJiD COUSTY NEWS. "The best cigars in the world" Fosburg & Welch's. Come we want your trade, at at O wings Hardware Co. The call for the South Bend pri mary was received too late for publi cation last week. Peter D. Smith and Liena Smith, of near Dundee, have taken out a marriage license. Jlumor has it that Dr. Sam'i Ayres will xeturu to Great Bend shortly, from Kansas City. Owings Hardwarwe Co. sell White sewing machines warranted for five years. All persons wanting- school supplies should read the ad. of J. H. Harper, and profit thereby. Nothiug attracts like attraction. To .ave money is to buy your goods at Owings Hardware Co. Last Saturuaj- evening a pleasant dance was enjoyed at the home of B. jSIarkey, of the south side. Every democrat in the county should attend the township primaries. Lrt't us all get in fighting trim. T...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 5 September 1889

' MONTMORENCI'S SECRET. Tho Fatal Cariosity or the WU f terious Billionaire.' . . - - I. - -- ' ' . And tou are not happy. Hortense?" Hatrov!" The intense scora with. which Hor tense Montmorenci uttered the -word -can not be , adequately expressed in cold, pulseless type. "Happy!" She moved rapidly across the great drawing-room to where her husband stood under the great crystal chande lier with its myriads of wax lights 'Casting' a soft glow over the rich fur nishings of the apartment. 'Happy P The lovely woman looked like a queen as she stood there in her superb toilet and looked with proud disdain full in her husband's eyes. "Happy!" That's what I said." There was a suspicion of you-make- tne-tiredness in Herbert Cecil Mont raorenci's tone as he carelessly flipped the ashes from his cigarette upon the rich Gobelin tapestry carpet with an air of well-bred ease. He was a tall, handsome man, was Herbet Cecil Montmorenci, and he wore his dress suit with that inde scribable grace which...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 5 September 1889

TWO LOVES. I wonder tf a certain lans So happily is firing As when mr first lore. Ellen Jane, There took er daily airing. My lollipops I shared with hex; And, daintiest of misses. For erery tfweet. withont demur, Ebe paid me off in kisses. My latest love if Eleanor, The Jane is Quite derided. And though I still divide with her, . My pay is undecided. Sometimes when sweets and flowers most rare I on her shrine am showering, Her smiles with sunshine fill the air. But ah ! too oft she's lowering. Ko matter how I strive and woo, No more for me such bliss is To see her as she used to do Put up her mouth for kisses. Sweet Eleanor, though grown are we. My love brings more of pain Than when your summers numbered three And you were Ellen Jane. Cora Stuart Wheeler, in Century. COOK AND COUNTESS. Patty's Complete Success in Both Capacities. Patty Cowslip, the only daughter of Rev. Peter Cowslip, vicar of Muddes-worth-in-the-Marsh. was a pretty girl. She was so pretty that she might have actual...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 5 September 1889

- V . .1 ; - . I, J ; .- , - :' T)BT GOODS HACKER -IN BUYING YOUR- Dry Goods, Boots;? Shoes, HATS AND CAPS For fall wear, it is to your interest t6 buy them where you can buy them cheap est. We believe we can sell you MOR El B ETTER GOODS For the money than you can buy anywhere. Our new goods are now in. We ask you to come and see them be fore you 'buy. RESPECTFULLY, HACKER BROS REAL ESTATE id Elf r mwu 'Per entSftraight, NO COMMISSION. LOANS UPOPJ IMPROVED FARMS. NO DELAY! CALL ON OR ADDRESS: . . Great Bend, Kansas. GEOCEKIES AND MI FIRI! NEW GOODS! ' Have opened an entire new stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries. Cigars, Tobaccos, Canned Goods, Fruits, Confectionaries, Vegetables, Etc. SECOND DOOR NORTH OF G. N. & E. R. MOSES, IN HARPER'S OLD STAND. Great Bend. - - Kansas. m$ MOT -A-t 33d. Pioneer We need money, must have it, and prices for a short time, For CASH, viz: k California Fruit, Standard .Brands. Apricots 20c a can, 3 cans for 50c. Grapes 20c "- 3 " " 50c. Pie Apricot...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 12 September 1889

OFFICIAL PAPER OF BARTON COUNTY". VOLUME VI. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 18S9. V NUMBER 24. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY OONYENTIOH. By action of the Democratic County Central Committee, at a meeting held in Great Bend, August 17th, 1889, a democratic county convention is here by called to meet at the court house in Great Bend, on Saturday, September 14th 1889, for the purpose of nominat ing candidates for the following county offices: ' County Treasurer; County Clerk; Register of Deeds; Sheriff; County Surveyor; Coroner; - Commissioner for 3d District. Each township, ward, and election precinct will be entitled to the follow ing number of delegates and alternates, viz: 64 J H tJ a a Albion 6 6 Logan 8 8 Beaver 4 4 Pawnne Bock 6 6 Buffalo 6 6 South Bend . 5 5 Cheyenne 11 11 Union 3 3 Clarence 8 8 Wheatland.. 3 3 Comanche... 8 8 Washburn... 2 2 Eureka 4 4 Walnut 7 7 Fairview 3 3 Cleveland ... 5 5 Grant 7 7 Great Bend.. & 5 Homestead . . 9 9 great bend city. Independent. 5 5 ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 12 September 1889

TC DAQTOH COUriTY OEl!OC!Uf . . tOH, K41tor Vxopxleto. CHEAT BEND. ... KANSAS. AFTER. After tbe burning heat of day, After the stifling, dusty way. After the weary hours ol strife . That dim the eye and try the heart, Cometh the restful, cooling breeze, Cometh the dewy touch of trees. Where balmy fragrance soothes the brow. And bids each throbbing pain depart. After the round of household cares. The daiiy cross each mother bears. After the thickly-crowded hours That leave no time to rest or pray, Cometh the evening, calm and sweet. Cometh the tread of home-bound feet. And clinging clasp of loving arms, Beguiling every care away. After the battle-field of life, After the hours with danger rife. After the weary, uphill toil That marks each day of life below, Cometh a certain recompense, Cometh the soul's inheritance. The goodly land where crystal streams Through verdant meadows gently flow. -Mortimer C. Brown, in Good Housekeeping. MINNIE'S LEGACY. Queer Investment and What Came of It...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 12 September 1889

THE BARTOiI COUNTY DEUOCRA1V W. B. STOS3B Editor Proprietor. -GREAT BEND. - - - - KANSAS MAN'S IDEAL WIFE. "To hear the men a-talkin' ia their sweet tinsel fish style "Boat the way a woman acts, who adores 'em without guile. Is enough to make a woman Just despair of be in' a wire. For to satisfy ber husband she must give him up her life. For she musn't be too handsome, nor particu larly plain. For if pretty she'd bo fi:rtin and if not, she'd try to gain (By shriekin1 and asseitin' through all the days and nights) Continual truth and jestice and other fancied rights. 'Then she must have serpent wisdom, yet be harmless as a dove, -Have common sense in plenty, yet be like the saints above .As inner cent and ignorant of all wickedness on earth. And believe the yarns he tells her of his doin's from his birth. Of course she makes her clothing, which must next to nothing cost. Though the neighbors mustn't see that her dress in style has lost, She will cook to great perfection and be a thor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 12 September 1889

- THE DEMOCBAT. OFFICIAL COUHTY PAPBB. ' (Office in Opera Block) . GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. WILL E. STOKE, faMisitr and Proprietor. PUBLISHED WEEKLY TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. One year fl.50 8ix months 75 Three months... ...... .50 Entered as seAmd class matter at the Great Bend Kansas, postoffice. " All adrerti semen t or communications, to ob tain an insertion in the Dkxocrat, must be banded in by Wednesday noon of each week, at the very latest. Delegates to the convention Sat urday, from the townships composing the third commissioner district, being Buffalo, Eureka, Albion, Wheatland, Pawnee Rock, Clarence, "Walnut, Grant and . Fairview, should remember that immediately after the nominations have been made for county officers they will meet to put in nomination a coun ty commissioner for that district. It is important that our board of county commissioners be composed of shrewd and careful business men, and the se lection of a candidate for this office is a matter that should receiv...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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