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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 6 June 1892

AC;J-J ..vzl TZ1-?F& rji& & '2. V- -,-: ; ' I f The Globe-Republican. RAILROAD TIME CARD. ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE. Arrival and departure of trains at the Dodge City depot by "Central" timet GODCG EAST. XewYofk " Xo. 4 Ar. 3:45 a. m Chicago -' 3fo. 6 Ar. 7:15 a. m Mo. lilver " No. 8 Ar. 4:55 p. m Way Freight .Xo. 46, Dp. 5:00a.m GOING WEST. Mexico & Sau Diego Ex. Xo. 3, Dp. 2:25 a. m Denver & Utah Ex Xo.5, Dp. 11:05 p. m Colorado Expi ess Xo. 7, Dp. 1:50 p. m Way Freight Xo. 43, Dp. 5:50 a. m F. Gakuxek, Agent. CIIICAGO, ROCK ISL.VXD & PACIFIC RY. TRAIXS ARRIVE. X.23,3Iailand Express, 11:40 a. m X. 69, Accommodation, 12:10 p. m TRAIXS DEPART. N.24, Mail and Express 4:05 p. m X). 70, Accommodation 8:50a. ni Train 70 makes connection for Meade and L.ioeral. J. II. Phillips, Agent. DDGE CITY, MONTEZUMA TRIXIDAD RY. Trains Leave from Rock Island Depot. Xo. 1, Accommodation.. Xo. 2, Accommodation. . ....I.v. 12:-20p. m Yr. 4:00 p. m POSTOFFICE HOUP.S. On an...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 6 June 1892

.-?"' 3 . SW& ft OF. fm&wm Mmmami. KS2&SZ CHAiTER XXIV. Ono night in the attlro of a 'long shoreman, Stuart was sauntering along South street when he observed a man in front of him, who ho thought re sembled the man he had met on the train. The fellow entered a saloon, and Stu art followed him and heard him speak. He believed he recognized the voice, but he was not positive. The man wore a cap pulled down over his face, so that his eyebrows were concealed. But when the man left the saloon, as he presently did, he raised his cap, and Stuart made a recognition. At last he had found the man who had brought an added weight of dreadful suspicion upon him, and whom he be lieved to be John Oakburn's murderer. Stuart's heart leaped, and a wild, ex ultant feeling came upon him, while his nerves were tense with excitement. At that instant the man turned and looked Stuart full in the face. The latter saw a look of recognition in the fellow's eyes, and no doubt the other saw tho sam...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 6 June 1892

GAINING EVERY DAY. That Is the Condition of the Present Tariff With tfie People. From the New York Tribune. A New York business man, a few days ago, remarked to his republican ac quaintance: "This tariff is going to pull us through the election next fall, I verily believe." Probably he did not tfcen re member, nor his friend, that nl tTSs one of thcJ who publicly and hotly de nounced this same new tariff eighteen months ago as "one that ought to bury the party." In his first rush of misin formation and prejudice he thought badly of Major McKinley, but has since 6een something of the workings of the tariff. Next came a democratic workingman, discussing the nomination with his friend. "I thought that tariff question would elect him; but it didn't, and now I don't believe in nominating a beaten man." This democrat was evidently re ferring to Mr. Cleveland, and he pres ently added: "Maybe it taxes Othe? folks; can't find where this new tariff taxes me anything, or any other man I know."...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 6 June 1892

.- '-' -. T - -Tr ' .-"-f,v ' -, ,-"v' - - f""' ysl ?" ) ?$ ff " IS -rf.-sz?- r&ev wv,jxH3raws"?jjr Buck I in Observations. KvV and wheat are beading our nice ly, iiusu Sternberg, of Missouri, is stop ping over the bu-y season with bis broth er, Manuel. A good many strangers were in the Gity SainrJaj'. Harry Thompson is clerking for J. E. Fishback. Jim's business got too much for one man. The new three-weeks-oid baud fur nished the music Decoration day. L. G. Grohety. of Dodge City, was in the city Friday night. The neighbors in tut vicinity of the Pleasant Valley school eight miles tiouh will give an entertainment and supper " on nest Friday evening. June 10th. The proceeds go to purchase an organ lor the above named ediuee. Louis Elder had a runaway Friday. Iso damage wa done except scattering about fifteen bushels of cum over the prairie for the use of the lestive giound squirrel. The I. O. O. F. held their semi-annual faction of officers on last Tuesday evening with iko foll...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 13 June 1892

- ii.tr K The Globe-Republican. x The FORD CO. GLOBK, Established 1877. t n , ,, luco The FORD CO. KEI'UUUCAX, " It;. Consolidated, 1882. DODGE CITY. KANSAS, MONDAY, JUNE 13, 1892. SIXTEENTH YEAR. VOL. XV, NO. 34. m MmW J J YQUU6 LADIES KjjJL. ij riyfi ' ' 1 -A"' V We have just received a full line of the justly celebrated Thompsons Glove Fitting Corsets For Ladies and Misses. Thompsons' Glove fitting Nursing Cor set is themost Complete IqiMB TSlllllE I mam autatsftjiA the Market. The Summer Corset is just the Ladies Ab made on di p 1 e s for Mf' f naYHnVnnnnnnna BWygWjfw 111 "5ll W fclUltUUMI Also a full line of Gage-Dons, Chicago Corset Waists. SipecIaJ. Sale tlb-Is TXTeels: LADIES LIGHT WEIGHT Walking Jackets and Capes Greatly Reduced Prices. Respectfully, STRANGE & SUMMERSBY THE Central Grocery Is still leading the mammoth and endless PROCESSION With the largest and finest stock of Fancv and STAPLE GROCERIES' Fresh Goods Fine Lamps California Fruits Fine Soaps Canned Goods T...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 13 June 1892

vjTVn & -J? . . r k' fo (flok-lrpiibUran -FUBUSHXD BY THE .GLOBE PUBLISHING CO. Jodse Cltv, Kansas. The Indian mound? in -the .inun dated districts -of Mississippi have been the means of saving hundreds of lives. The Mound-builders builded wiser than they knew. A Kew York school-teacher is in hot .water because she drew her pay for days when she was not present Perhaps she is given to hallucinations and mistook .herself for .a congress man. There seems to be a 'current opinion among the fashionable -.people of New York that a man who can work and won't work must be made a diplomatic official of the Uhited States. Tiie fact that a coal mine near Uniontown, Pa., has been burning for twenty years, and that Ave acres of solid fuel has been consumed, af fords a tip for the great coal com bine. "Our.agent will call on you with a new schedule of prices. " This new method of preserving oysters alive for weeks by sealing them up air tight in their own shells is bringing .forth already a ...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 13 June 1892

3EArra72:2 i . --v. I: X It. DR. TALITAGE'S SERMON. THE GREAT PREACHER ILLUM INATE AN OBSCURE TEXT. Slcnlfleanee of the Tenci ! Answered Tbee la tbe Secret Place of Thunder." la tbe Blbje Thunder Is the Tjpe or Power aa) Mystery. Dr. Talmage Rave a fresh illustration of the power he possesses of extracting valuable lessons from a text which preachers have generally neglected as barren ground. His sermon was based on the text Psalms lxxxi. 7, "I answered thee in the secret place of thunder." It is past midnight, and 2 o'clock in the morning, far enough from sunset and sunrise to make the darkness very thick and the Egyptian army in pursuit of the escaping Israelites are on the bottom of the Red Sea, its waters having been set upon either side in masonrvof sapphire, for God can make a wall as solid out of water as out of granite, and the trowels with which these two walls were built were none the less powerful because in visible. Such walls had never before been lifted. "When I saw th...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 13 June 1892

v"' V It . -'Sr The Globe-Republican.- Entered at the Postoflice at Dodjre City, Knns:i. for tniTnSssIon throujih the ninils s aecond-class matter. Sate o S-tt.Tsgcx5.pt3.cm- (In Advance.) ,51.50 Three months 50 One vear Six months 73 Sincle copies A W. C. SHINN, Manager. MONDAY, JUNE 13, 1892. INVINCIBLE UNDER HARRISON. "Week before last the Times solemn ly arraigned "two republicans who are Euspected of being candidates for of ice, and attacked them on the ground that they wei e railroad employees, as if that fact rendered them umvortlry to fill a public trust. Ljist week, "however, that shifty sheet reversed it self and prondly pointed to the fact that it s;r inoripd a railroader last fall. The peonle'.s party has just cause to congratulate it members that they were able to secure J. G. Baird as can difhlte for the important office of county treasurer, n.t only because he was worthv and well oualiffed, but be- cause his personal popularity did mueh to aid the party whose candi da...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 13 June 1892

SSSgsg?? '&j ' .?-'&" li-35 IV.-- - i V U 1 The Globe-Republican. RAILROAD TIME CARD. ATCHISON. TOPEKA & SANTA FE. i Arrival and departure of trains at the Dodge City depot by "Central" timet GOING EAST. New York " Xo. 4 Ar. 3:45a. m Chicago Xo. 6 Ar. 7:15 a. m Mo. River " Xo. 8 Ar. 4:55 p. m Way Freight .Xo. 40, Dp. 5:00 a. m GOISG WEST. Mexico A Kan Diego Ex. No. 3, Dp 2:25 a. m Denver man Ex No. 5, Dp. 11:06 p. m Colorado Espies? No. 7, Dp. 1:50 p. m WayFrelght No. 43, Dp. 5:50a.m F. Gakdner, Agent. CHICAGO, HOCK ISLAND & 1'ACIFIC IiY. TRAIN'S ARRIVE. X.23,Mail and Expre.-s ll:40a.m Xs. 69, Accommodation, 12:10 p. in TRAINS DKIWRT. X. 24, Mail and Exprer-s, 4:05 p. in X. 70, Accommodation, 8:50 a. iu Train 70 makes connection for Meade and LiDcral. J. H. Phillips, Agent. DGE CITY, MONTEZUMA TRINIDAD IIY. Trains Leave from Kock Island Depot. Xo. 1, Accommodation Lv. 12:20 p. in Xo. 2, Accommodation Ar. 1:00 p. m FOSTOFFICE kouxus. On and after October l.t, ISOO.Shc...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 13 June 1892

;;?.r .'- & til CUAITER XXVI. Despite his resolution to appear brave, Kredge uttered a terrible cry. "It's a lie! It's a lie! I know noth ing about John Oakburn's murder!" he said. Paxton answered calmly. "We know where you were every mo ment on the night of the murder, and look here!" Thus speaking, th- detective suddenly drew from his pocket the coin-bag which he had found in the closet of Kredge's apartment. "Do you recognize this, Levi?" he asked, holding the bag up for Kredge's inspection. The prisoner's knees shook, and there was an awful expression of terror on his evil face. "Ah, I see you do recognize this money bag. Shall I tell you where it came from? It was in John Oakburn's little private safe until the night before his murder. Since Oakburn's murder I found this coin-bag in your room. You see, Levi, denial is useless.- The proof is overwhelming." "You jeering devil!" cried Kredge. suddenly leaping up from the couch on the side of which he had been seated. It seemed...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 13 June 1892

igwzzwmwm n?.rv s !5WS52l hrK fi i a Ik li, Y i A ? St. WAGES AND THE ALLIANCE LECTURER. From the American Econom'st. The following letter addressed to the editor of the American Economist from Kansas is typical and self-explanatory: "Haxxoweli, Kan., April 13, 1892. "Editor American Economist: The alliance has a, man employed as county lecturer going about reading from a re port made by one Mrs. Barry, who claims that the women employed in the linen thread worts at Newark, N. J., are working for two dollars per.week, bare foot, unable to buy shoes, on rock floor, etc., and that they were wet from water or spray from cylinders; and that the water drips from their clothes as they go home from work, showing the wretched ness of these laborers. Please inform me if any such thing occurs at any fac tory within your knowledge, and oblige a true protectionist. Paul Sweet." Upon investigation of the thread works at Newark, N. J., it was found that on the first floor where women were employe...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 13 June 1892

rsrx; v-r' u 1 CtKMliiiMen) Meetings -t TTheaoard of county commissioners met at " Ttra3orrSzJXn 6th' ,. ..n i. i Present full board. On motion i. tin-county treasurer was in- fSrtiSiaeMdJ,S articled to rccciv st si nnd :i2. oiietnut street, Dodge City, i Medicine, one trial will convince you that afto$batetf ?50.00was given on valuation on-' jt ha& wonderful curative powers in all dis loei2,biock2i,DodKeuity,oftlietaxof 1891 .,0 nf riiroit Chest and Lungs. Each A rebate of ?40.00 was given on valuation on f6'15?8 .0I A nrc"' V" 1 " i, , h J ; 1.,iml tlMinortiieu-tqu'irterot section nine, town- bottle is guaranteed to do all that is claimed rip twenty-t-ix. lange twenty-four, and or money will be refunded. Trial bottles -5J0.00OJ! valuation on me nutnwest tub rier r Mti.r.. n v.iir.rnnr fnr tlio vur 1M1 On motion board adjourned to Tuesday at TUESDAY, !l A. 31. "Hoard met pursuant to adjournment. Present full board. On motion the board proceeded to equalize the returns of the a....

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 20 June 1892

$?J- cr L The Globe-Republican. A The FflllD CO. GLOr.i:, E-tnb!!sUcfl 1S77. io,.nu 1.lled ... The FORD CO. ltEl'lTP.UCAX, " Ifc-';. J -oa-ou Kllcu J DODGE CITY, KANSAS.. MONQAY, JUNE 20; 1892. SIXTEENTH YEAR. VOL. XV, NO. 35. nHr.il-'! uk-i n I Vfi Jst ycungud-.es ayj .;?-s AJLX J. v We have just receive a full line of r the justly celebrated Thompsons' Glove Fitting Corsets For Ladies and Misses. """""""n Thompsons' Glove fitting Nursing Cor set is the most Complete in the Market. H.NWUM0 The Summer Corset is just the Ladies Ab- made on r ci p 1 e s for mmmffm GENUINE I LOBMStun-firaraj """"", Also a full line of Gaire-Downs, Chicago Corset Waists. Special Sa-le tlb-is "Weels: LADIES LIGHT WEIGHT Walking Jackets and Gapes Greatly Reduced Prices. Respectfully, STRANGE & SUMMERSBY :rT Central Grocery Is still leading Hie mammoth and endle? PROCESSION With the largest and finest stock of Fancy and STAPL C Fresh Goods Fine Lamps California Fruits Fine Soaps Canned Coods The Larges...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 20 June 1892

Ls"i" , i"" P-. r& m v : S "$ 7 - - - IMP It SliBiPPFssnr n I m : 2mmb PSP- UliiM5i.Hl" M.Y lHMgflB WSBkBS CHAPTEK XX VIII. It was a remarkable coincidence, but at the very time when Paston "was on his way to visit Judith Kredge, in answer to her letter, Stan more was also setting out to secretly call upon the janitor's sister. Stanmore was approaching Garrison's office from one direction, while Paxton was coming toward it from an exactly opposite way. The former had almost arrived at his destination, when he discovered the de tective, and believing that Paxton had not seen him he crossed the street and hurried around the next corner. He fancied that the detective would not ap prove of the plan he had in mind, and which prompted him to clandestinely visit Judith Kredge. Peering around the corner of the building, at the streets' junction, which he had gained, Stanmore saw Paxton enter Judith's abode, and he resolved to remain where he was until the de tective took hi6 departure. ...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 20 June 1892

pr&5ZT& If PEOPLE'S PARTY VOTE IN 1 890 ' AND 1891. From the Topeka Capital. A correspondent from Oak Hill 'writes j that "it is claimed bj some of the alli ance that they polled 15,000 more votes last fall than the year before." And he asks for information in the matter. After the election last fall the alliance Advocate of this city, on November 18, published a page of returns from all but sis of the counties of the state. As this represents the claims of the people's party, we cannot do better than to use it as a basis. It shows that the people's party gained 6,264 votes in 41 counties and lost 9,737 in 56 counties, a net loss of 3.473 in 97 of the 100 counties. It shows also that the republicans gained 5,797 in 38 counties, and lost 1,947 in 18 counties, a net gain of 3,850 votes in 5.6 counties out of 100. These figures do not include bounties where there was fusion, as claimed by the Advocate, be tween democrats and republicans; fusion being alleged by the Advocate as ...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 20 June 1892

WMqs? The Globe-Republican, Entered at the Fostoffice at Dodjre City, Kunsiis, for transmission through tlie mails as second-class matter. (ia Advance.) One year ?l $1.50 Three months . Single copies.. Six months W. C. SHIXN, Manager. MONDAY, JUNE 20, 1. LET US PULL TOGETHER. "Ford county's delegation to the People's Party State Senatorial Con vention went clown to Greensburg last Friday with a feeling that right, justice and expediency alike demand ed the position of State Senator for our county. It was a laudable under talcing, and we siucoiery desired that they succeed in securing this nomi nation. 13. F. ZMiltoii was their can didate. Though not of our political faith, he is a Ford comity man, and it would be a gi eat help to our county to have the honor of representing the 37th Senatorial District at Topeka next winter. Feeling that jtfr. Hilton was entitled to this nomination, and confidently expecting him to be chosen, we have not especially urged the Republicans of Ford coun...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 20 June 1892

mmhttkmm j-- - - -r S,,VJI -i ' 33F&SZ fe :? The Globe-Republican. RAILROAD TIME CARD. ATCHISOX, TOPEKA & SAXTA FE. Arrival and departure of trains at the Dodge City depot by "Central" time: GOING EAST. Xew York ' Chicago Mo. River ' Way Freight. Mexico & Sail Xo. 4 Ar. 3:45 n.m Xo. 6 Ar. 7:15 a. m Xo. S Ar. 4:55 p. in ....Xo. 40 Dp. 5:00a.m GOING WEST. iegoEx.No. 3, Dp. 2:25 a. m Denver & Utah Ex. o. 5, Dp. ll:05 p. m Xo. 7, Dp. 1:50 p. in Xo. 43, Dp. 5:50 a. m F. Gahdxeu, Agent. Colorado Expiess. Way Freight -t -1 CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC UY. TRAINS ARRIVE. X j. 23, Mail and Express, Xj. 6t), Accommodation TRAINS DEPART. X"). 24, Mail and Express. X . 70, Accommodation 11:40 a. m 12:10 p. m 4 :05 p. m 8:50 a. m Train 70 makes connection for Meade and Liocral. J. II. Phillips, Agent. JDGE CITY, MONTEZUMA TRINIDAD RY. Trains Leave from Rock Island Depot. No. 1, Accommodation Lv. 12:20 p. m No. 2, Accommodation Ar. 4:00 p. m TOSTOFFICE HOURS. On and after Oc...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 20 June 1892

Hrffv5VS.a. is? , & " N iUw (&tfot-tmWxtm PUBLISHED BY THE GLOBE PUBLISHING CO. Dodge Citv. - - Kansas. The man with a passion for land scape gardening frequently takes up his bed and walks. You may depend upon it that he is a good man whose intimate friends are good, and whose enemies are char acters decidedly had. A womax named Peckinpaugh has disappeared from her home in New York. If she can hide that name she is a person of rare powers. TnE Germans led in the immigra tion to this country last year. The United States is in no danger so long as the immigrants come from the Fatherland. Memijeus of certain African tribes when they meet pull each other's fingers as a form of greeting. Ameri cans have been known to pull each other's leg. TnE French anarchist, Ravachol, neither drinks or smokes. Accord ing to testimony his dissipations have consisted of killing several old men, inciting the vicious elements of so ciety's lowest strata to desperate deeds and making and hurling b...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 20 June 1892

P' 1 ? -: "JVtt"iT.TiTC - UK T w . HARBISON AND RED). National Republican Ticket Is Named, Ohio's Tote Challenged by McKinley and When Polled lie Totes for Harrison Wild Scenes Interrupt the Boll Call Partisans Go Wild. MnrsEAPOus, Minn. The ticket was com pleted by the nomination of Benjamin Har rison for a second election to the presidency and the nomination of Whitelaw Reid, of New York, as the candidate of the party for vice president. mm The roll call was had with constant inter ruptions of cheering and long continued con fusion. At one time the Blaine men cheered and yelled, paraded with banners and kept up their racket for twenty-seven minutes; at another time the Harrison men made fully as noisy a demonstration, but for a shorter time. There was another prolonged scene of the same character when, upon the announce ment of the vote of Ohio, nearly all for Mc Kinley, that delegate left the chair and chal lenged the vote of the state ; demanding a call of the roll of the Ohio d...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Globe-republican. — 20 June 1892

!?' PRESTIGE FOR KANSAS. It was clearly demonstrated at the Minneapolis convention that Ingalls as the recognized- leader of Kansas republicans has done much to regain the commanding position formerly occupied by our young state in na tional affairs. Though this matter is of a political character, the greatness of our state in other respects is much more likely to be acknowledged by those who are made to realize her power in the arena of politics, than if she merely occupied a nominal posi tion among the common herd. Peo ple are not so apt to say "bleeding Kansas" when her leading represen tative in national councils is a man whose presence evokes spontaneous outbursts of applause from an assem bly of the most eminent and dignified statesmen of the land, and who is recognized as peer among the limited circle of world-famed Americans. As an illustration of what is really the universal sentiment of the outside press concerning this gifted man, we give below a few lines taken from the ...

Publication Title: Globe-Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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