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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 19 December 1889

DON'T FAIL TO SEE ALLEN'S Holiday Goods! BEFORE YOU BUY CALL AT THE CITY JEWELRY STORE Near P. O.. and see the Bargains in WITCHES, i-i CLOCKS, :-i JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE, At prices that will surprise you, and every article warranted. - No Trouble to Show Goods. REMEMBER! NEAR F. O. LOCAL COMMENT. For candies see Joe Troillet. . Bay your wife an Album "at Shaw . & UOS. - . ; , Don't fai? to see Allen's -'-holiday. goods. . . Six days 'till Christmas - J-Will winter never come. Buy your best girl one of those fine Toilet Cases at Shaw & Co's. , Shaw & Co. are selling their christ- mas goods, cheaper than anybody. Justice John W. Brown was down from Galatia, Wednesday of this week. Candies for the holidays, at Joe TMllet's, first door west of the pcst office. J. G. Slentz has moved his family . from northwest into the city for the winter. ' Eighteen new names added to our list this week. And still the good York goes on. "Spunk" has the spunk not to miss ending us a lot of ...

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. — 19 December 1889

WHAI THE BELLS SAY. ARK bear the bells, Whose music tells Of Christmas joy as sinks and swells Each sound that sings ' Of happy things, " This birthday of the King of Kings. Lo, on this day, The clad bells sav. In Bethlehem, far, far ' away, And long ago, In mancrer low. Was born the Christ Who loved thee so, A radiant star. Shone bright and far Above t.hf nl a.in a wli am - snepneras were, , And led the way, , That Christmas day, ' , . To where the young child Jesus lay. O glorious morn When Christ was born Among the garnered wheat and corn; - O happy place Where His dear face First shed the sunshine of its grace. Above the plain - A heavenly strain Of music rang; and its refrain Is ringing still O'er height and hill: "Be Peace on earth, to men Good-WllL" Rejoice to-day. The glad bells say ; Pat all the cares that vex away; Let Christmas cheer Find welcome here. And bless this best day of the year. To Christ, thy King, " As tribute bring Thy heart, and let the offering 5 With love ...

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. — 19 December 1889

FARMERS AND LABORERS. Proceedings of the Farmers and La borers' Convention in St. Louis. An Amalgamation oft be Varlons Interests - Under the JCame of the National Farmers Alliance and In dustrial Union. First Day. St. lyOfis. Dec. 4. Entertainment Hall of the Exposition building rebounded yester day with the stentorian voices of 150 dele gates who compose the National Farmers' and .Laborers Union convention, and who represent about 2,000,000 horny-handed sons of toil west of the AUeghenies. The meeting was lled to order by the National presi dent, Jones, of Texas. Mr. Gardner, of Tenner. Sec, occupied the secretary's desk. Chaplain S. I). Satterwhite offered prayer, calling fee blessings on any good work that might be accomplished. Mayor Norman was introduced and made a speech of hearty welcome, extending the iiccuuiu ui Hie Cl iy ui ail iiits ueiet;a.vc uuu members of the convention ; in fact, guaran teed that they could go anywhere to see the sights of this great city, from the p...

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. — 19 December 1889

THE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL COBHTY PAPBB; U 51-50 PER YEAH, IN ADVANCE jpj LOCAL SHOET STOPS. WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. GREAT BEND, - - KANSAS Great Bend Marble Works ITALIAN & AMERICAN MARBLE, FOREIGN AND NATIVE GRANITE ETC. GEORGIA :-: MARBLE! The finest in the world J Will GUARANTEE my work to be equal in Style and Finish to that of any Eastern works. Prices reason able, and all work promptly done. CALL AND SEE ME. C. R. Brooker. . Now the lad who through the cummer Has wandered fancy free. Begins to cultivate the church, With an eye on the Christmas tree. . Picture frames at Halladay's. Don't fail to seeAllenV holiday goods. ' 'r-'" No trouble to show goods, at Shaw & Co's. - ' ;:-.,:- The coming masquerade ball prom' ises to be a grand affair. Come we want vour trade, at O wings Hardware Co. Dick Manning has sold his black smith shop to Will Legg. Don't forget the Silverware at the Book and Jewelry store is all new. . Call on Fosburg & Welch in their new quar...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 26 December 1889

BAMTON : 'OOUMTY DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL PAPER OF BARTON OOXJ2STTY. VOLUME VI. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1889. NUMBER 39. 4 r if - - MEREY CHEISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAB. That i3 our greeting to one and allot the many readers of' the Democrat. That it was a merry Christmas to the great.majority of you we feel confident; the wonderful crops of 1889 have helped to make it so, and few if any of our readers can say that they were not better prepared to meet the demands of a winter season than 'for several years past, and though we' may not have all we desire in the way of the good things of life, we have.-enough to keep the wolf from the door and at the same, time procure some token of kind remembrance for our loved ones. A! happy New Yearl We feel it will be so to most of you. How swiftly the new years come, grow old, and go. Swiftly to the old; more slow lfto the young, perhaps. The old folks know -. life is Jtmt a dream, avapor7and that the years are flying like arrows th...

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. — 26 December 1889

THE GBEAT MlD DIIOCBAT W. E. STOKE, Publisher. V, GREAT BEND, - - - - : KANSAS. THE WOELD AT LAEGE. Summary - of tha ' Dally ITews. COKOBESSIONAI. Wbzs the 8enate met on the 16th Tarlons petitions were presented, and among the bills offered was one by Senator Ingalls for the allowance of cumulative pensions. After an executive session the resolution for, a holi day adjournment on the 19th was agreed to. A message from the House announcing the death of Representative Gay. of Louisiana, .was received and the Senate adjourned.. . .In the House a Deficiency Appropriation bill was passed and a resolution presented and referred offering a reward of $5,000 for the capture of 8IIcott, the defaulting cashier of the late sergeant-at-arms. Mr. Springer introduced a bill for the organization of the Territory of Oklahoma. Mr. Lacey (Iowa) Introduced a resolution for a rigid inquiry by the Elections Committee and report re jgarding the Clayton-Breckinridge contest in Arkansas pending which Mr. Cl...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 26 December 1889

ONCLE AARON; A WIFE REDEEMED. Fatbetlo Story of o Woman's . ' Folly and a Han's Heroism, i .v. t " . BY MRS. ISOBEX. H. IXOYTJ. T Copyright, 1838.1 Rose glanced op at him, shivered a little, ana he went on nervously punching holes in the soft green moss. "See that calf down there trying to poke Its nose through " Into "that other fleldl He don't see why thatfence is there he can't see -why. But he wants to get on the 'tother side of li the foolish critter! The field he's in now ' bas better fodder in to't, but he sees other critters a feeding over there ; and thinks they're havin' a . better time than he is. Human critters are very like him," went on Uncle Aaron, half smiling; "never satis ucu-mcvcr Bsuuieai i.iuw, vuuu kuiuo the truth; are you satisfied with your life now!" Rose flushed a little but answered i "No, I have often been very lonely.' "My poor child," said Uncle Aaron, sym pathetically, his big hand seeking hers, and patting it gently. 44Go on, tell me of it." I don' t ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 26 December 1889

BUSINESS ahi PROFESSION ALi . ATTO&NEYS AT LAW - , , D.A.BATZii tA&B-rbbesdDacfc til. I 'L'LftwwJt. j . , XLBICE.O. COLS . - . pty Attorney. ' OOIB BROTHERS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offlot In Court House. ; D. J. NEWTON, COdABY PUBLia : Bcom 4 Mam Bra. Beck, J. H. JENNISON. iHtorncjf-at-LaCT, Quick Farm Loans at liow Rates. Eastern Lands to Exchange For Kansas .Lands. 6, Allen-Hubbard Block. Room J. RJCHCREEK, Dcttej'at La. and Sotaj Public Offlco over Moes Grocery Store, OBBAT BEND. - - KAS. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS V. L. CHESTER, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. SPECIAL attention given to Surgical cases and diseases of women. Office inRoom 8, ' Ilci Block Residence first door south of J. C. Gwinn, on 5th St Jj. , 0. MOFFETT, pHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OFFICE: NEARLY OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE, RESIDENCE: SOTTH MAIN STREET. GREAT. BEND, . - - - KANS. A. Y. McCoRMicrK, Physician - and ' - Surgeon. Offloe orer Dodge's Hardware store, bjorth west cor. La Payette Park. GBEAT BEND, - - KANSAS. SHAW- &a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 26 December 1889

DON'T FA L TO SEE ALLEN'S BEFORE YOU BUY CALL AT THE CITY JEWELRY STORE Near P. O.. and see the Bargains in WATCHES, !-! CLOCKS, !-! JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE, At prices that will surprise you, and every article warranted. No Trouble to Show Goods. REMEMBER, NEAR P. O. LOCAL COMMENT. Good bye, old 1889. For candies see Joe Troillet. Don't fail to see Allen's holiday goods. Kansas is herself again, wind and dust and all. NOW Don't fail to see Allen's fine line of holiday goods. Elsewhere see the "stray notice" in serted by W. P. Coles. Don't fail to see Allen's holiday goods. -' , What was the matter with the college bell, Tuesday night? . Mrs. J. C. Lefferty drew the hand gome toilet set, at Harper's. The family of A. L. Miller had a handsome Christmas tree, Wednesday. J. B. Trester, of Eureka, called Tuesday and renewed on the official paper.' . " ... Candies for tht holidays, at Joe TroilletV, first door west of the post office. - - ' We are pleased to add the name of Levi Puterbaugh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 26 December 1889

RING OUT, niNO IN.' ING oat, wild bells, to the wild sky. The flying cloud, the frosty light; The year Is dying in the night Ring out, wild bells, and let him die. Blng out the old, rinsr in the new- Ring, happy bells, across the snow, ' The year is going, let him go; Ring oat the false, ring in the true. - fTT, -, . . . . r ' Ring oat the grief that sapa the mind, For those tifat here we see no more ; Ring out the feud of rich and poor, y - - lung in redress to all mankind. - " I Ring out a slowly dying cause,' ' And ancient forms of party strife ; Ring in the nobler modes of life, With sweeter manners, purer laws. s , Ring out the want, the care, the sin, ' -: The faithless coldness of the times; Ring out, ring out, my mournful rhymes, But ring the fuller minstrel in. Ring oat false pride in place and blood, The civic slander and the spite ; , . Ring in the love of truth and right Ring in the common love of good. - - Bin g out old shapes of foul disease, ' Ring out the narrowing l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 26 December 1889

CBONIFS SLAYEBS. The Oreat Trial Ends In a Oompro - misa Verdict, - 0SalllTan, Cons-talla and Bark Sentenced jfor Life. Eoom Gets Thra Years and Beefs Acquitted Scenes la the Coart Boom. CnicAoo, Dec 17. One of the most memorable trials in the criminal his tory of America closed yesterday after noon when the jury, impaneled three months ago, rendered its verdict in the Cronincase. That the return of this Jury is a verdict and not a disagree ment is the source of much congratula tion in the public mind, and, although there is naturally much division of sen timent on the question of approval of the verdict, the sense of relief which is experienced at the final culmination of the case is unanimous. Hardly a breath was heard as every eye in the vast audience turned to John P. Beggs, who led the procession of the five prisoners. The face of the senior warden of camp 20 was pale with anxiety, but his eye was full of confi dence, as it boldly faced the stare of the audience. Dan Coughlin a...

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. — 26 December 1889

CLL THE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL' COUHTY PAPER. ! PEB TEAS, IN ADVANCE. 33 WILL E. STOKE,' EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. GREAT BJbND, - - KANSAS ile forks - Italian & American marble, foreign and " native granite etc. 'iivnori a . . n x ddt p utivnum 'iiuiiuilJjj! The finest in the -' Will GUAR'" vrld' to be equal in " NTEE nvy ork Of any Ea .style and Finish to that able -tern works. Prices reason- el r?' j a11 work Promptly done. ... . ,'ej iANDSEB MB. . ', 4 O. B. Brooker. DRY GOODS ., HACKER BROS. A.FEW THIH6S THAT SHOULD HOT BE LOST ; ; SIGHT OF! A good half wool dress goods at 10 cents- . r ; A nice Cloak trimmed with astrachan fur for irls from 4 to 1 6 years at 98 cents. Ladies in proportion. 3 , Big lot of slightlv soiled blankets at very little more than half price: -You never will sleep cold again when you see .v how. cheap they are. s " - Nice Ladies , fine shoes, 98 cents. Men's and children's in proportion, -- HATS AP CAPS AWAY WAY DOWN. Oh! Yetv'it pays to trade at . HACKER BR...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 2 January 1890

: DEMOBlA BARTON COWff offioiaij paper of barton poxjyrr-y. - VOLUME VI. " GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 189a " . , NUMBER 40. ' i y ; T7EAT BENEFITS THE lAEilEE GETS.' The Eldorado Democrat of last week contained the following letter from an Iowa farmer, describing a country debating school and the arguments there advanced: - Puyallitp, Nov. 28. The boys got up a debatin school Tuesday night, and I went over to see what they would say. It bein' the first night, and no one prepared, the president said they better talk about the tariff cause they all understood that, and at it tha went. Philo Patterson and Jim Nixon choos ed up, and each took three debaters, only Jim couldn't git bis last man to - stick, and so he tuck - Mike, my hired man. Mike set still and waited fer them -all to hev they say, knowin' well they wouldn't be no time fer him when they got threw tellin' all they knowed. They agreed to let every fel ler on one side speke first, and then let every feller on t...

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. — 2 January 1890

THE GREAT BEND DEIIOCRAT I W. E. STOKE, Publisher, CHEAT- BEND, KANSAS. THE WOULD AT LAEGE. Summary j of the -Dally News. WASHINGTON NOTES. . The Assistant Secretary of the In terior has overruled the decision of the Pension Commissioner refusing a pension to .'Mrs. Sarah A.' Corson be cause proof was lacking that her hus band's death Was due to the effects of the service. Mr. Bussey holds that the A rtf"r"a fvt itcila . rf f-tiA marl t ol OTTwrf thought death ' was -caused by wounds received in the service. Edwabd 'T. Waite son of the late Chief Justice Waite, died at his mother's home in Washington on' the 23d of Bright '8 disease. ' Mr. Annibal Price, the new Hay tien Minister to the United States, has been presented to , the - President by Secretary Blaine. The funeral of John S. Parker, late of Kansas City, who committed suicide by drowning himself in the: Potomac at Washington, took place at Arling ton. The remains were buried under the auspices of-the Grand Army of the Republ...

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. — 2 January 1890

IflE 6BEAT EEITD DEMOCRAT Y5. E. STOKE, Publisher. GREAT BEND. - '- - - - K'" IN THE FIRELIGHT. There Is sunlight for the worker, There Is moonlight for-the lover, "There is gaslight for the 'beauty, with her gem clasped neck and arms ; And for me, when day U over, And a troop of fancies hover, 'There's the tender, flickering firelight, with Its ever-varying charms. ' When before its shrine I'm kneeling, Soft flame-flnfeers upward stealing "Wrap me in a rosy garment, and o'er flow the silent room; Then withdrawing, lingering, dying, All the vacant space outlying ; Seems a try sting-place for shadows, gliding from the deeper gloom. At my touch again upspringing Listen to the rhythmic singing, 'Three-fold melody 'tis weaving, song of brook and bee and bird. Yet with these there blends another, Strangely sweet ah ! long-lost brother, Tia the happy, careless cadence that in child hood's days I heard ! Scenes my constant breast remembers Pictured lie upon the embers .Faces that no other ...

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. — 2 January 1890

DTJ3INESS akd PROFESSIONAL. ATTORNEYS AT LAW P.JuBAXTA ' Cata AH gather Back itaaaM. " i oenty Attorney.. ' COLE BEOTHERS,. ATTORNEYS AT LAW Otrftm In Court Mouse. I tm Qmmmm y Thm. C Gel, r i wcwrrnw , DOTARY PUBLIC. . Bm 4 KoMBrea. Block. J. H. JENNISON. Uttorncij-at-La.'CT'ji Quick Farm Loans at Low Rates. Eastern Lands to Exchange For Kansas Lands. '' Room 6, Allen-Hubbard Block. J.RICHCREEK, at La. and Hotaj Public. OSoe over Moss' Grocery Store, CHEAT BEND. - KAS. PHYSICIANS AND SUBGEONS V. L. CHESTER, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. SrEUAXi MUOUOB gITen W Ourgicm cues nuu diseases of women. Office In'Room 3, lien Block Beaidenee first door south of J. C Gwinn, on 5th St I. 0. MOFFETT, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OFFICE: NEARLY OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE, RESIDENCE: SOTTH MAIN STREET. GREAT BEND, - - - KANS. A. T. McCoemick, Chyslclan - and - Surgeon. Office oyer Dodge's Hardware store, pwrthwest cor. La Fayette Park. GREAT BEND, - - KANSAS. BHAW & X-iaHTFOOT5, office, noons 2 ahd 3, Mose...

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. — 2 January 1890

A. S. AT.T.ffiN, DEALER IN v DRUGS, ' MEDICINES, , PAINTS, OILS, STATIONERY, AND :: CORNER :: LOTS. LOCAL COMMENT. See the smile on the cole man's face. Tell your neighbor, if he is not al ready a reader of - this paper, to call and get a sample copy, free. Picture frames positively the latest ilesignes and patterns, cheaper than anybody at Halladay s. Will Spencer,north east of town, be gins the new year by looking after a new baby girl which came to his house on Sunday last. A traveling theatrical company is making arrangements to open up for a week's engagement in Great Bend, at an early date. . Our worthy groceryman, W. H. H. Keeney, has another good thing to offer to his patrons. Head his adver tisement carefully. ' Miss Grace Rankin, who has long been assistant to Mrs. H. P. Bain, in the postoffice, has accepted a position with Frank Strothnian in the register of deeds' office. The Tribune man says he proposes to light into the farmers' alliance, whether it injures his paper o...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 2 January 1890

WOBBLES' BURGLAB. ZZcttt a Hoik, Bad Thief Was Thor oughly Reformed. The Slldnlght visitor Assisted in Cleaning Out a Residence by the Owner, Who Invites Him to Call Again . The Outlaw Kepents. . CHAPTER L IECENT paragraph In the Sunday Herald great- : ly interested Kev. Mr. 1 Wobbles. It stated that Be v. Hugh O. Pentecost had said that if he should find a bursrlar in his house he would go to him unarmed and "talk to him as 1 would to a friend whom I desired to help. If he then desired to take my goons i would maice no protest, nor would I cause his arrest. I would follow him to the door and invite him to come gain. ' As he read this Mr. Wobbles face beamed with sympathizing assent. "That's what I call good common sense, he remarked, half aloud. "If Providence ever sends a burglar to my house that is just the way -1 trust I shall have the grace to treat him. Ah! how little the reverend gentle man knew of the present, let alone of the future. Even then the burglar was on his way to ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 2 January 1890

n.ANK BAER'8 WAY. A Toook Miller Who Soarrbt WealtH B Anion Is Consigned to Meditation In the Penitentiary. Geeensburo, Pa- Dec. 25. Frank Baer, the son of "William Baer, a yrealthy, retired miller of this city, was yesterday sentenced to fourteen years and four months in the "Western penitentiary for arson. Judge Hunter gave him six years and two months for burning Brinker & Rumbaugh's mill in this city, and eight years and two months for destroying the Chambers flouring mill at Latrobee, sev eral mile3 from here. "William Richardson, of Pittsburgh, an accom plice, was given eight years and two months. Two youths named Francis and Tletzel, for complicity in the crimes, remain to be sentenced. The mills in question were burned more than a year ago, involving a loss of over $50,000 and financially ruining the owners, who did not have their proper ties insured. Some time before the elder Baer had retired and turned the milling business over to his son. The latter was ambitious to ...

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. — 2 January 1890

DEMOCRAT. 'OFFICIAL 'COUHTY PAPER. II $1.60 PEE YEAR, IN ADVANCE. WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR : AND PBOPBIETOB. GREAT BEND, - - KANSAS Great Bend Marble Works ITALIAN & AMERICAN MARBLE, FOREIGN AND NATIVE GRANITE ETC. GEORGIA :-: MARBLE! . The finest in the world. . Will GUARANTEE my work to be equal in Style and Finish to that . of any Eastern works. Prices reason able, and air work promptly done. CALL AND SEE ME. O. R. Brooker. DRY GOODS HACKER BROS. A FEW THIHGS THAT SHOULD NOT BE LOST SIGHT OF! A good half wool dress goods at 10 cents. A nice Cloak trimmed with astrachan fur for girls from 4 to 1 6 years at 98 cents. Ladies in proportion. Big lot ofslightlv soiled blankets at very little more than half price. You never will sleep cold again when you see how cheap they are. Nice Ladies fine shoes, 98 cents. MefiWnd children's .in proportion. HATS AM CAPS AWAY WAY DOWN. Oh! Yes, it pays to trade at HACKER BROS. REAL ESTATE P..RJ1 EAP Per emt. Straoglhik NO COMMISSION. LOANS IMPROVED...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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