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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 23 January 1890

DRUGS AND MEDICINES. A. S. ALLEN, , - DEALER IN drugs, .. .: ;:. ,w. medicines : v -" PAINTS, OlliS, , ' - : STATIONERY, ' . r..;C ; - . AND :: CORNER :i LOTS MUSICAL. . GALTEAN; VIOLIN, GUITAK,!..v.. PIANO -AND OBUAN MUSIC TAUGHT . . . . . .. I OFEBA HOUSE BUILDING. MUSIC FURNISHED. ADVANCED PUPILS. , BOTH ORGAN AND PIANO, IN ENSEMBLE WITH VIOLIN, FLUTE, COltNET ANDjBASS, IN STUDIES OF THE OLD MASTERS. COMPOSITION A SPECIALTY. LOCAL COMMENT. A finlnrArl tmntiainor ia'nrormserl for next Sunday, ice or no ice. Andrew Langham, of this, city, TAtnrnpd from trio eaat Tnnr?v with n "better half." Alliance men will take notice .of the call for a meeting at Hoisington: on Febrnary 1st. Can some one explain why the country spelling school has gone into inocuous disuetude? Se the advertisement of thePinney & Long nurseries, at Ellsworth, Has., elsewhere in this paper. Thft rnrnrriissinnrs hare fixed A standing reward of $Zo;Jor the arrest and conviction of horse thieves. A communication ...

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. — 23 January 1890

CHICAGO'S DIPLOMATS. Representatives of Foreign Lands in the Garden City. - The Dean of the Corp Diplomatic Con- Mis of England, Otrnwr sod Franc How the Service Is Conducted " ' A Fat Fee. . Special Chicago Correspondence. Aside from the large sea-port cities, Chicago is the only point in the United States in which the nations of the world maintain a regular Consular service. This is the highest compliment which foreign governments can pay to the greatness and importance of the West ern metropolis; and that the compli ment is not unworthily bestowed is proved by the fact that several of the leading nations have found it necessary to appoint Vice-Consuls in addition to the regular Consuls, as the work of their respective offices has grown be yond the control of one man. - Consuls are, in the first instance, com mercial agents who attend to matters of , import and export and certify to the value of goods shipped from foreign points to places in their native lands. They also represent...

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. — 23 January 1890

. - KENTUCKY'S CYCLONE. Clever Person KlUea aaa m Iar;e Wum bar tajared By a Tornado as Clinton. Cairo, I1L, Jan. 14. A tornado Sun day night struck the east side of the city of Clinton, Ky., demolishing flfty ' five houses, and killing eleven people and wounding fifty-three. Two messengers from the scene of - the disaster report that eight of the fifty-three wounded are so seriously in jured that they are not likely to live. For several miles around Clinton nearly every thing is razed to the . ground. The first building struck was a section house about half a mile from town and which was occupied by John Bhodes and his family, consisting of his wife and three children, all of whom were killed. The population of the town is about 1,000, and at first it was feared that hundreds had been killed, but the list was found to be comparatively small. X)nly eleven bodies so far have been found. Small bouses were lifted bodily from the ground and whirled around in the air, dropping to the gro...

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. — 23 January 1890

HACKER BROS, A FEW THlilGS THAT SHOULD HOT 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 of slightly 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. Men's and children's in proportion. HATS AHD CAPS AWAY WAY DOWN. Oh! Yes, it pays to trade at HACKER BROS. THE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL COUHTY PAPSR. II $1.50 PER TEAR, IN ADVANCE. WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. GREAT BKND, - - KANSAS LOCAL SHORT STOPS. "Quack! quack! quack!" Nye and Riley, Feb. 24th. Get ready for "Kansas Day." Teacher' examination Jan. 25th. Some diphtheria is reported in the country these days. Come we want your trade, at O wings Hardware Co. Mrs. M. Babb, of Claflin, has been very sick for some weeks. Does a sewing bee sting? asks one. Not often, but it keeps up an awful buzzing. -' Ti...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 30 January 1890

BARTON COUNTY if DEMOCRAT. QFFIOIAIi PAPER' OP BARTON COUNTY. VOLUME VI. "... GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1890. DUMBER U. ; 1 LETTER FROM "ENOCH AEDEH." - Mb. Editor. Permit me, through the medium of your valuable paper, to make some timely and what appears to me charitable suggestions in relation to matters as they now stand, with the toiling element of our society united as a band of brothers, encouraging in the minds, each to the other, that our interests are not seperate but jointly, and that an insult or injury to a brother is an insult to us all as members, and that a favor to one is a favor to all to that extent. Now with this as a condition pre cedent what do we propose doing? 1st, we propose to do what we can unitedly to better the condition of each finan cially, socially and morally with as little injury or harm to those who combat our interests as possible. In the matter of finance, in our close communion we can inform each other of the result of this or tha...

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. — 30 January 1890

nrrrm xTrrr t" -it- a m WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR AND FHOPBIETOB. CHEAT BEND. . KANSAS. . OmtBElTT COMMENT. - Thx Delagos railway has been com pleted to the frontier of the TransvaaL Thx two rival miners organizations formed an alliance In their recent meet ing at Columbus, O. A report has come to Zanzibar' from the interior that Dr. Peters had arrived safe and well at Subald. Joseph Hicksox, managing director of the Grand Trunk railway of Canada, has been gazetted a Knight. r .High honors were paid in Rome to the remains of the late French Ambassador, Harlan, which were sent to Paris. Pkestokxt Harrison has ordered the Immediate' dismissal of ' a number of land registers who show deficiencies in their accounts.'. . ' , The German Reichstag has passed the Ull authorizing loans for the military, naval, railway, postal and telegraph ser vices of the Empire. r ; Judge Mastisty, of the Queen's Bench division of the English High Court of Justice, was stricken with paralysis while presiding o...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 30 January 1890

THE DEMOCRAT WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR ASP PROPRIETOR. ' OKFTKVn - T- KANSAS. "SWATENINV . With rhythmic swell the dinner bell Proclaimed the mid-day meal; And through the hall came great and small, With more than wonted zeal; Tor lo! 'neath savory napkin hid. Sale from marauding fly, Triumph of culinary art A green gooseberry pie. Behind his plate each member sate In calm, expectant bliss ; Bat when the treat was served 'twas plain That something was amiss. And little Bob, who'd been the first The tempting dish to try, With aspect blue, and face askew. Cried: "Ma, what ails the pier Yes "what?" Indeed ! None felt the need To sample it again; And Kate, the cook, was dnly called To make the matter plain. In dudgeon high, she tried the pie. Then quickly dropped her chin ; Arrant" she gasped, "Oi clane forgot To put the swatenin in. Alas ! methought, how very oft, " As o'er this world we roam. We see folks make the same mistake In building up a home; They try to make it without love - The ...

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. — 30 January 1890

THE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL COUHTY PAPSiL ' t (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. WIU S. rrtlE, riMlsker ani fttprittsr. PUBLISHED WEEKLY TERM OP SUBSCRIPTION GASH. Onnyw. i. ........... ' 11.50 bix months ; 75 Three month... JO Entered ma second, class matter at the Great Bend Tan a, postoffice. . WAn advertisements or communications, to ob tain an insertion in the Democrat, most be handed In by Wednesday noon of each week, at the ray latest. BUSINESS jlxtd PROFESSIONAL. ATTORNEYS AT LAW CLB.r?TmAcacv TXA.BAKX LQ.Koi7noj7a at Imqxj aadll. aOOUL KLBIfX.0. OOLl OOLE BROTHERSi ATTORN EYS AT LAW Otiio In Court Houm. b7Tte.aGbla D. J. NEWTON, 70111157 Af IE-iAW, ggYTARY PUBLIC. J. H. JENNISON. ilttoimcTr-at-XiaCT, Quick Farm Loans at Low Rates. Eastern Lauds to Exchange For Kansas Lands. Room ; 6, Allen-Hubbard Block. J. RICHCREEK, tMq at Lav and bhv Public ' C2c orer Mos Grocery Store, C3EATBEND. - - KAS. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS V. L. CHESTER, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. SPECIAL ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 30 January 1890

DRUGS AND MEDICINES. A.S. AT.T.EN, , DEALER IS DRUGS, MEDICINES PAINTS, OILS, STATIONERY, AND :: CORNER :: LOTS. MUSICAL. GALTEAN. VIOLIN, GUITAR,' PIANO AND ORGAN MUSIC TAUGHT OPERA HOUSE BUILDING. MUSIC FURNISHED. ADVANCED PUPILS, BOTH ORGAN AND PIANO, IN ENSEMBLE WITH VIOLIN, FLUTE, CORNET AND: BASS, IN STUDIES OP THE OLD MASTERS. COMPOSITION A JSPECIALTY. LOCAL COMMENT. Who is postmaster at Great Bend? Mrs. Hattie Bain. The sons of veterans have arranged for a dance in this city to-night. Henry Meyer the grocery man, has a handsome new delivery wagon. Our old friend, Thos. Cross, made us his annual business visit, Saturday. Secure your tickets for "Erminie' .at the Grand opera house Saturday night. See the quarterly statement of County Treasurer Krause, elsewhere in this paper. See our "Nasby Letter" and the letter from "Enoch Arden," elsewhere in this paper. Thanks to the weather clerk for the bright day furnished for Kansas' birth day anniversary. Wm. Wilkinson of near Albert,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 30 January 1890

CAPITAL LETTER;' InterestiEff Trip Through Naws- . , . . paper Row. Correspondent of the Oai.lde Press . . ia( uia-riraert mnd th New Men A Busy J. '.'Crowd. ' Special Washlnirton Tttori The old original y Newspaper Row' is a thing of the past. The growth of the country has been kept pace with by the growth of the Metropolitan daily news papers; and as a corollary of this fact, the number of the Washington corre- jwuuenis nas annually increased in so great a degree as to overcrowd Kpu-s. paper Row and compel many of the rep- wcjiwuyes 01 me ttaiiy papers of the rapidly developing West to seek quar ters elsewhere. Some of the oldest and most widely known correspondents have been caught up in the rout and car ried Doyond the sacred precincts. Mr. E. B. Wright, formerly of he Chin? Tribune, but for the past Are years rep- icscumiif me inter wean, nas bis omoe around the corner on F street. W. B. Shaw, of ton called the Nestor of the Press," is on Fifteenth street, opposite the Treasury...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 30 January 1890

D2T COOD3 1-iAOKFR BROS. A FEU TMGS THAT 1 A godd half wool dress goods at io cents. ' -A nice Cloak trimmed with astrachan fur for girls from 4 - to 1 6 years at 98 cents. Ladies in proportion. ' , Big lot of slightly 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. Men s ana cniiaren s in proportion. HUTS Hill) CAPS AWAY WAY DOM Oh! Yes, it pays to trade at HACKER BROS. THE , DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL ' CODHTY PAPSR. tl.50 FEB YEAR, IN ADVANCE. WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR . AND . FBOJWETOB. - GREAT BLND, v - - KANSAS LOCAL SHOUT STOPS. Come we want your trade, at O wings Hardware Co. , Hoisington now, has a population of 510 people, according to the Dispatch. R.: B. Capon called, Friday, and renewed on the official county paper. County alliaoce meeting at Hoising ton February 1st Saturday of this week. . : Owings Hardwarwe Co. sell White sewing machines warranted for five years.' : . It is cu...

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. — 30 January 1890

THE TOWN3ITE DILL. " T the Oklahoma Towmlto BS3 MlnendcdudPMMdBrtbcUoaM. T7AsanroT03rr Jan. 23. The . Hons yesterday concluded the consideration ' of the Oklahoma Townsite bill in Corn eal tide of the Whole, reported it to the douse and at once passed it. . The third section, which was the only one in dis pute as agreed to in committee, was as follows:. - 8m. S. That hi all eases where townsite are entered under the prorislons of this act for the use of the occupants thereof, it shall fce the duty of the commissioners so entering . sneh sites to bear and determine all contro Tersiee arising between claimants to any part thereof or to any lot therein, and to conrey the same to the occupants or Inhab itants thereof according to their respectire Interests. That the Secretary of the Interior . shall prescribe rules and regulations that shall gorern said commissioners in exe cuting the trust Imposed by this act and shall direct how and to whom deeds shall be made except as restricted her...

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. — 6 February 1890

- - , I.. ... . . ..Li J : : m : : . . - : : : : : . k r - s TV1. -mi TV. OFFICIAL PAPER OF B AORTOBsT OOXJISTITZT ; GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 189a NUMBER 45v. VOLUME VI. ' . : ' wmmmm TRK 11 .N -TTV AT f w f.Nn TV A V v- 1 " vl ;JVV-l l-l.?A l ft - 7 7, W.I, 1 BMEP COMMENT. The appointment of Major Sims as state treasurer, by Governor Humphrey, is looked upon as a move of the gov ernors to get on the good side of the farmer element. But it has raised the very mischief with some of the political bosses, and Governor Humphrey will hear from them hereafter. A resubmission republican club was formed at Wellington a few even ings ago, and joined by over 400 re publicans. Of course the old ring republican organs will not mention little items of this nature, but the good work goes on just the same, and resub mission is bound to come. We are in receipt of Vol. 1, No. 1, of the Democrat, published at Wichita, by Frank 13. Smith & Co. It is a four page nine-column paper w...

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. — 6 February 1890

THE DEMOCRAT 'WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR . ASP PROPRIETOR. ORE AT BEND. - - - - - KANSAS, CURRENT COMMENT. Wyomtsg has escaped bad storms this winter and the cattle are in first class condition. Hekr Arexdt, town clerk of Berlin, Is a defaulter for a large sum. . He at tempted suicide. Rev. Dr. Sfubgeox, the famous Lon don Baptist preacher, has about recov ered from the gout. The Czar of Russia has conferred the highest possible decoration on the French Minister of Finance. . President IIakrisox expresses him self as considerably troubled over the race difficulties in the South. Tub mother of ex-Governor Wannouth, of Louisiana, has been awarded a Mexi can pension with back pay from 1857. It is rumored that the Duke of Cam bridge, Field Marshal and Commander-in-Chief of the British forces, will resign. Porter, Superintendent of the Cen sus, has prepared .instructions to super visors desiring speedy and correct work. "The schooner John .Hancock and a cargo of pearls has been stolen from th...

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. — 6 February 1890

ONLY ONE MOTHER, f Von haveTonly one mother,' my boyr"r, "Whose heart you can gladden with Joy, 0 Or causa it to acne Till ready to break ' So cherish thut mother, my boy. Ton bare only one mother who will Stick to yon through good and through ill And lore yon although The world Is your foe 80 care tor that love never still. Ton hare only one mother to pray That In the good path yon may stay; Who for you won't spare, Self sacrifice rare So worship that mother alway. You hare only one mother to make . home ever sweet for your sake, Who tolls day and night For you with delight To help her all pains ever take. You hare only one mother to miss When she has departed from this, So lore and revere That mother while here. Sometime you won't know her dear kiss. You have only one mother just one Semember that always, my son; None can or will do What she has for you. What bare you for her ever done? H. C Dodge, in Detroit Free Press. CLEOPATRA. Being an Account of the Fall and Vengeance of Har...

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. — 6 February 1890

A ., THE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL C0PKfY: PAPBR. (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND. : KANSAS. WILL B. ITOK, ribliakcr m4 frtiritUr. PUBLISHED WEEKLY TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. On rear.. : tl-SO Six month Threa months . , JO Entered u second clue matter at the Great Bend . Iinwi, poatoffice. VA11 advertisement or eommcalcatlona, to ob tain an Insertion in the Democrat, rami oe omaw In by Wednesday noon of each week, at the Terr latest. BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL. ATTORNEYS AT LAW D.A.BAJPX4 BR01UB I Uttk KlttopiioxT'g at Lai? l ITtoWilr- "'"' 111. t-itiin rrrr.w XLRHX.C. 00L1 Oaaaty Attorney. ; OOIUE BROTHERS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office In Court Mouse. Hi niBnaiirTr D. J. NEWTON, TOOMSY AT X-iAWe UOTARY PUBLIC Boom 4 Ma Brca. J. H. JENNISON. Quick Farm Loans at Low Rates. Eastern Lands to Exchange For Eanpas Lands. Room 6, Allen-Hubbard Block. J. RICHCREEK, Cflcnaj at Lav and lolaij Public OSes over Moss' Grocery Store, GBBATBEXD. - - KAS. PHYSICIANS AND SUBGEONS V. L. CHESTER, M. D. PHYSICIA...

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. — 6 February 1890

f DRUGS AND MEDICINES. A. S.ALLEN, DEALER IN DRUGS, MEDICINES PAINTS, OILS, STATIONERY, WND :: CORNER :: LOTS. MUSICAL. GAL YE AN. VIOLIN, GUITAR," PIANO AND ORGAN MUSIC TAUGHT OPERA HOUSE BUILDING. MUSIC FURNISHED. ADVANCED PUPILS. BOTH ORGAN AND PIANO, IN ENSEMBLE WITH VIOLIN, FLUTE, CORNET AND BASS, IN STUDIES OP THE OLD MASTERS. A SPECIALTY. .LOCAL COMMENT. See the card of Ewalt & Co. in an other column.' Read the opeuing chapter of "Cleo patra'' in this weeks paper. Tins winter has been like a Water bury watch most all spring. The Guttersnipe man seems to be like McGinty at the bottom of the ole. - Jf. Speck, of Olmitz, is among the dew men on our subscription list this week. ' A school girl's letter will generally . i . . n "i reach its destination, even 11 it is Miss directed. A pta differs from a dude, in that it may lose its head, but it never gets stuck on itself. E. Baruett, of this city, now reads the Democrat as his choice of the Great Bend papers. ' J. W. McGinnis ...

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. — 6 February 1890

'V-LDYtfS LABOB LOST. ?ho Beginning and. End of the Gbl v cago University. , Uses to Which Stephen . A. ' Doodad Gift to CMcag-o Kay Come The Little GUat and His Weighty Soul Special Chicago Correspondence. . The name and fame of Stephen A. Douglas are closely identified with 'the growth and development of the State of Illinois and the city of Chicago. The "Little Giant," who, bom in 1813 in Vermont, and early apprenticed to the trade of cabinet-making, was compelled to educate himself, always had a loving sympathy with struggling young men; and prompted by this feeling he was easily persuaded to contribute a portion of his possessions toward the foundation of a university in Chicago. How he ac cumulated his wealth is a matter of his tory. Ill health compelling him to give xrp the trade for which his parents had Intended him, he studied law in Canan daigua, N. Y., and in 1833 came West, iTl j.T 1 111 TH TTX - ueiuiug ai, i au-KSunviixe, xxi. uu ui- ents were quickly recognized and a...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 6 February 1890

FO RAKER'S VILLAINY. & Political Conspiracy Wklth Stand Ala in Amarleaa History. If m co aimon and notorious criminal is found "consorting with those of his own el ass, no one is surprised; if, under stress of examination before a court of law, such a man admits that he has used as tools men even meaner than himself expecting to profit by their rascality the world says: Why, it is only a Case of Fagin and The Artful Dodger employer and employed, the one promis , injj support, advancement and protec tion; the other returns." From crim inals we all expect crime, and long1 fa miliarity with its manifestations has fulled the edge ot surprise. When, however, the scene shifts from Crime to politics and we find a man but yeerday a prominent candidate of one of the leading parties for the nomina tion to the Presidency of the United States the crowning honorable ambi tion of every statesman confessing to Having dealt with a trickster to compass his election as Governor of Ohio; con fessi...

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. — 6 February 1890

DRY GOODS v HACKER A FEB THINGS THAT SHOULD HOT BE LOST SIGHT' OF! A good half wool dress goods at io cents. A nice Cloak trimmed with astrachan fur for girls from 4 to 16 years at 98 cents. Ladies in proportion. Big lot of slightly 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. Men's and children's in proportion. HATS AND CAPS AWAY WAY DOM. Oh! Yes, it pays to trade at HACKER BROS. THE DEMOCKAT. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPBR. U ! PER TEAR, IN ADVANCE. II WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. GREAT BEND, - - KANSAS LOCAL SHOET STOPS. Bright, sunny days. Have you joined tbe F. & L. U? Kansas City Daily News and Demo crat for $3.10. : See the change in the advertisement of W. H. H. Keeney. Come we want vonr trade, at O wings Hardware Co. There are more applicants for the Great Bend postoffice than appliccww. If you have anything to sell or trade advertise it in The democrat it will pay...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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