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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 27 February 1890

DRUGS AND MXDICTOKS. A. S. ALLEN, DEALER IN DRUGS, MEDICINES PAINTS, OILS, STATIONERY, AND :: CORNER :: LOTS. LOCAL COMMENT. Still the coats are piling up in the "joint" trials. Locals are scarcer than prohibition ists these days. Watch for Prof. Elmer's announce ment next week. Work in the second rank, K. of P. this, Thursday evening. El wood Fryberger is one of the new readers of the Democrat. Did you take in Nye, Charlie? Charlie "No; Nye took me in." The Gal jeans furnish music for the danae at Hoisington Friday night Prepare to attend the next immi gration meeting it will do you geod. Kankakee, Heizer & Carney's val uable roadster, is suffering from some horse ailment. "Was there ever anything so sweetl" exclaimed Art, when Ollie Torbett came on the stage. It is rumored that Jesse Richcreek is to be Mr. Caraway's deputy in the Great Bend postoffice. The boys who are inclined to be fast all the year round will have no troubla in keeping Lent. The last week has been a puzzler...

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. — 27 February 1890

LOGS . AND LUMBER. - Lumbermen . and Their "Winter's Work In the Woods. i Whs a 3Log Goes Through Before Beach ing the Lumber-Yard JAte onym - Drive Operation of the X ' Boom Companies. The lumbermen are In the midst of the winter's work in the woods. The campaign for the logging season is laid out with every care. The place of oper- ' ation in the woods is decided upon, camps are located, shanties are ' built, and logging roads outlined. All these things are best done before the snow comes, and allows the immediate dip ping into action when the moment for' opening operations comes. A logging camp is located with reference to the nearest access to the timber to be oper ated upon other conditions having due weight also, such as the proximity of good water and a connection with a main road leading to the boso of sup plies. Though the work of hauling "never begins until winter has finally set in, and there is snow enough to make good roads, the thrifty logger is , often actually at wor...

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. — 27 February 1890

-HAVE YOU fcIR NOTICED THAT? Hare you erer noticed thaiwhsnyon're buy irk Derrie dt tna peck '. That those on top are large and ripe, without a spot or speck: While those beneath are small and green- not worth the looking at. And altogether worthless hare yoa ever noica that? Have yon erer noticed in the summer when the days are cold The Iceman leaves a larger chunk than what your box will hold; But when the days are scorching hot and nearly try your iat lie learts the merest trifle bare you erer nottcea tnatr Hare you erer noticed that the man who's . always telling yon About the vondrooi things he's done and wnat he's going to do Is loafing at the present time his purse is onstea nat, And "won't you loan a flrer?' have. you .. erer noticed that? Hare you erer noticed fishermen all have such awful luck. The mammoth fish they nearly get fail back into the brook. And while of great fresh water whales they ever wildly chat. They bring home tiny minnows have you ever noticed that? Have...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 27 February 1890

DBT GOODS - MSE11 We have received many new things in Dry Goods, Boots Shoes, Hats and Caps for ealy Spring wear. Our store is headquarters for people wish ing to buy ajgoodly supply of goods with a limited amount of money. Our fanner friends should avail themselves of this, as we cheerfully show goods whether you buy or not. Kindly remember us and come to our Store. GKATEFULLY, BACKER BEOS THE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL COUHTY PAPBS. II SI. 50 PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE. g WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. GREAT BEND, - - KANSAS LOCAL SHOET STOPS. The coal dealer has the right of weigh, now-a-days. The Morrison has an entire new corps of waitresses. A fellow feeliDg for a fellow-creature blind man's buff. If you want to live to a good old age, be good while you are young. Farmers are hustling around and getting ready for spring work. - It isn't any of our business, particu larly, but you should register. Mystery lends a charm to almost anjthiug, except hotel mince pie. !-W. C. T. TJ. will no...

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 March 1890

BARTON JPIW M 7 K AY!! - - " ' - ....... - ... .. . . OFFICIAL PAPER BARTON OOITNTY ; r " " VOLUME VI. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THtTRSDAY, MARCH 6, 1890. NUMBER 49. -. - - - ii- i i i - i -iii- . i . 1 1 - 1 - 1 - -A TESTA "TAX PAYER." Editor Djemocrat. , . In last weeks number of the Dxxo cbat I find Another Tax Payer," who pretends to be the month piece of the W. a T. TJ. He starts out with bombast; starts to deny my assertions, but before getting through denying one sentence admits It, then misconstrues what I say by saying 1 "would have christian citizens warning criminals of their danger and shielding . them from the penalties of a violated law.' I inferred nothing of the kind. I wanted no criminals shielded,' but I deprecated the manner in which these suits were brought. : I claim it is not in accordance with'cbristianity to do wrong to correct another wrong. I say it is not in ac cordance with the teachings of Jesus Christ. : The emphatic command of Christ is "Lore thy neighbor as...

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 March 1890

THE DEMOCRAT WILL E. STOKE. EDITOR ASTD PROntlXTOB. DREAT BEND. - - - KANSAS. CURRENT COMMENT. FbOst in Mississippi has played havoo mm eariy vegetatlon. . The Socialists of Germany cast nearly 1,000,000 votes at the late election. Db, EL A. Ktlsottkhe. the noted pt pert on insanity, died at Elgin, I1L, re- venuyoi paralysis. Thk Portuguese Government has re duced the duty on foreign wheat to 10 reus per Kilogramme. Harold M. Sewaix has been con firmed by the Senate as Consul-General Xor the bamoan islands. Ex-Treasukkb Coxstaxs, of Newport, Ky., has offered to compromise his $35, 00 defalcation for $0,000. Gebiukt is again permitting the im- puriui Amencwi meat, BUDjecL 10 a very elaborate system of inspection. The granite dealers and quarry own ers of New England have formed an as sociation fo mutual protection. Air autopsy performed on a New York man the other day showed that his vital organs were all in wrong places. Thk experts appointed to examine the designs for the New York ...

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 March 1890

THE DEMOCRAT ' WlLLE. STOKE, EDITOR ; asp paqpRiETOB. GREAT BEND - - - KANSAS. VAN ALEN'S RIDE. "Word came to Van Alen that Mabel was dy ing. . Dear Mabel! his darling, the Joy of his ' heart! That watted and worn on her coach she was lying. And into the Silent Land soon wonld de part. That , word was enough ! Bring the steed from the stable! Vault into the saddle with hurrying breath I Tor quicker than message by wire or cable Speeds the one who is eager to intercept Death. 3Ie sees not the neighbors, who throw wide the shutters. And cry : "What's the matter? Why oil in nch haste?" Hie heeds not, he hears not; nor one word he otters; For Mabel is dying there's no time to waste! ' The trees in mad dances go whirling and - whirling. The sky and the grass In one color-line ' blend. -And sunshine and shadow their flags are an ' ' furling He sees bat the road and the house at the end. One thought, one desire, Alls the heart of the " -rior, ' ' Who -flies with such speed past the dwell i...

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 March 1890

THE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL ; COPHT Y -PAPSR. (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. WILL I. 5T0IE, fsbliihtr a4 fr.jrjeUr. PUBLISHED WEEKLY p ; TEEM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. One year: :;'.'J.;r.. - fi-so Six months 75 Three months .50 Entered ma second class matter at the Great Bend Kansas, postoffice. WA11 advertisements or eommfaoicatioDs, to ob tain an insertion dn the DuocBiTmiut be hanaea In by Wednesday noon of. each week, at the very BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL. ATTORNEYS AT LAW & 9. SOTBIXACJUE D. A. BAJTTA iltioriicTTG at Lan ,-Hnbbard Black aadlL fcZSQiaOOXX. - i KLRICK-C COLE1 " . 7 . : omnty Attorney. ' OOIUE BRQXIIEIiSs ATTORN KYS XT LAW ' , Office In Court House. a i i i ii 1i Tli in r Tula ;; D. J. NEWTON, t fTORHHY AT X-irVW, COTABY PUBLIC. , Bom 4 Hoses Bros. Block. J. H. JENNISON. . l3.ttorne3f-at-Iaw, Quick Farm Loans at Low Rates. Eastern Lands to Exchange ' ' For Kansas Lands. - , Room 6, Allen-Hubbard Block. ; J. RICHCREEK, Cibne at Law and Jolarj Public, .Of...

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 March 1890

. drugs ajid MXDicnnra. A. S. ALLEN, DXALSSX DRUGS, MEDICINES PAINTS, OILS, STATIONERY, AND :: CORNER :: LOTS. LOCAL 'COMMENT. Register before March 20th. : The council meets again next Mon day night. r See the new advertisement of 8t. Louis Store. the See the change in Keeney's ad and then see Keener. The springtime snovr came falling, fall In f m nA fvn Dr. Moffett' office is now in the Alien block, room 4. It will now be M. Caraway, editor and proprietor" of the Great Bend Remitter, V - - The postofSce 'has not yet been moved. Time may work wondrous changes.-' ' ' " ' See the report of the meeting of our township assessors, elsewhere in this paper. ' "' ' :- . Attorneys say 'there will not be much business in this term of the dis trict court. - ' . The state nschool fund is now ready for distribution, to the several district treasurers. v .' " 1 ' " ' ' The registration books of the city will' be closed on the 20th. Go right now and register. The executive board of the State Immi...

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 March 1890

; Cdenco Now SuppHed Him with Ar- titlcmi Arms, Lege, Eyes, Sara. - - - ; - ' - v -v : -' ff 1 Tlx BUI. Howerer, Would Be About S7SO , Some Facts of Considerable Inter V -'.est to People Who Have Met . wltb Accident. , ' A Chicago Evening News ' reporter started out to ascertain just how many members of the human body science can supply to victims of explosions, rail road accidents, etc. .The result of his tour was rather sur prising. ' -There was no trouble ; expert- enced.in finding factories and stores where artificial limbs In great "va riety were exposed , for sale. Still, past the ' windows " o f ; those very places, one might see men hobbling on wooden legs, crutches and cork-soled shoes, A hapless, armless with the sole prop- asd legless man. er a foot above the ground. This proved conclusively that in order to share any of the luxuries afforded by science the cripple must first have the necessary wherewithal in his .pocket. Artificial limbs cost a deal of money. "How rarely...

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. — 6 March 1890

THE PARTY OF MORALS. tt I rejected with, tbe Microbes e DU hoMfty avad Correptlosv, It is always painful to be obliged to lower standards that have been confid ingly looked up to with pride and that one would hopefully imitate. The ex perience of life presents many such de pressing incidents. They are familiar to all pained observers. Then in the larger field there is the Republican party. It has been accredited the rela tion to the zenith of moral attainment tliat the Sunday-school sustains to the church. The confessions of its oracles and lights have given it this assign ment. Its platforms have hinted at the claim with some modest reserve in popular elucidation. One of its special efforts has been to corral all the moral ideas and reforms. Viewing it in this conglomerate light, it is peculiarly sad to see its grip on these ethical sub stances slipping so numerously as to mar the entire picture. An examina tion going on at Washington shows the most recent candidate for Governor in...

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 March 1890

' DBT GOODS ' i ' HACKER iiif Wo Aaye received many new thinrjp ia -Dry Goods; Boots Shoes, Hats and Caps for early Spring wear. Our store is headquarters for people wish ing to buy a goodly supply of goods with a limited amount of money. Our farmer friends should avail themselves of . this, as we cheerfully show f" oods whether you buy or not. indly remember us and come to our Store. GKATEFULLY, SiCRER fib THE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL COUHTY PAPER. -HI fl.SO PER TEAR, IN ADVANCE. J? WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR - AND PROPRIETOR. GHHAT BLND, - - KANSAS . . LOOAL SHOBT STOPS. Hera's to the great F. St L. A., Whose brightness glimmers o'er the way; Msy its seal never nut 1 'Till it busts every trust, And glres every farmer just pay. .. Jack Frost is quite a contractor. ; A mince pie on the table is worth two in the belly. 8ervice notes for keepers of stallions for sale at this office. ,. The dance at Hoisington, Friday night, was well attended. "None but the brave deserve the tfair" the west got, ...

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. — 20 March 1890

or THE LARGEST ClfiOU LATION IN THE COUNTY. "Fort BAirroN ca. ofjfitoiaxj paper of barton looxjpirsr I J V J ' F - r , - a j ." GREAT BEND, KAN3AS, THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1890. VOLUME VI. rt r. .... . 0 PLEASE, HAEEISOIT, TELL ME HOW. waiTTEX Br A VAXHKB. ' I am only a common farmer, I reap, I mw, I plow, I know I am protected, - Bat Ian't tell hardly how. My neighbors often guy me. 4nd this is what they say: -What," a man liTing under protection Growing poorer every dayr Now, what they say of my property Is true, I must allow, Still I know I am protected, . But please, Harrison, tell me how. I know the harneu is protected That I use on my tired team: Likewise my costly reaper, Every cog-wheel, bult and beta, And the doable-trees I hitch them to, - Every clevis, clasp and clip. And I pound them through the long hot day With a highly protected whip. Yes, everything is protected, I never saw the beat; From the old wool hat upon my head, ' To the cow-hldea oa my feet, i But the farm produ...

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. — 20 March 1890

CSBE DEMOCBAT - ... WILL E. rSTOKE, EDITOR " AND PROPBIKTOK. v. OREATBEND. .... KANSAS. CURRENT COMMENT. The influenza is prevalent in Persia. Beveral members of the Shah's house hold are prostrated. , . ,. .... A completely, satisfactory test of the new fire alarm apparatus in. the White Souse has been made. Ax unlocked lamp alonside the corpse of a workman named Morris explains the last colliery explosion in Wales. Hesbt M. Stanley will leave Cairo An Va OCTV. Vina rVAa V.. .-411 main a week and then proceed to Brus sels. A bill fixing' the salary of the District court judges at $5,000 per year has been favorably reported by the Judiciary Com mittee. The O'Shea divorce case will probably not be tried until fall as further time has been asked for by Mr. Parnell to secure evidence. Prince Bismabck is said to be firm in bis intention of retiring. He says: "I have done my work and want rest and recreation. At the annual meeting of the Penn sylvania railroad at Philadelphia it was reso...

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. — 20 March 1890

A STRAIN OF MUSIC Xwuzsettin by mj winder an alone oa San- day night, "When ther bells bed quit tber ringin an' ther moon was shin In' bright, . -An I felt a little lonesome till ther sadden come along Ther sweetest strain o music from an old familiar song. They wa'n't no ordinary notes they seemed ter throb and swell With a different kind o feelln then a pen could ever tell; They seemed ter lift me up an take me back through many years Of happiness an' laughter, of misery an tears. I taw ther dear old place thet my childhood used ter know, "Where the sweet arbutus an the tender water-cresses grow. Where the crystal water bobbles out ' springs so bright an' clear Thet a drink of it 'ud brace yer qulcker'n any wine or beer. X saw ther happy faces thet I cherished In my youth, 'When life wuz full o' happiness, an lore an hope an' truth, JUx they seemed ter smile upon me ez they used ter long ago "When the future seemed so distant an the present seemed so slow. "We sang again In chorus...

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. — 20 March 1890

THE DEMOCRAT. 'DFFI5IAL -. COUHTY PAPS3. (Office inOpera Block) -v" GREAT BEND, W . :; , JANSAS. WILL K. STOkE, rablhhep asd rpoprieUr. , PUBLISHED WEEKLY TERM OF 'SUBSCRIPTICfN-CASH. One year Six months.... Three months. .1.50 . .75 .' -50 Entered as second class matter at the Great Bend Kansas, post officer - ' . sjEsTAll ad vertisements or comm aications, to ob tain an insertion in the DaMoqBAl, musi oenanaeu in by Wednesday noon of each.wek,at the very latest.' . . ..." ' BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL.. ATTORNEYS AT LAW - p. A.BAXTA SUTEHBiCSSS & BiJTA,- ; , Ib IT. sr. TT--1 ' Block t and It, too. a oolb. ; y 12lS?J County Attorney. COLE BROTHERS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office In Court House. '- fas German by The. C Cols. , D. J. NEWTON, .ffOHHBY AT I-iAWe NOTARY PUBLIC. . . Bt-om 4 Moses Brcs. Block. jj h. jennisok: attorncjjr-at-taw- Qiiicft Farm Loans at Low Rates. Eastern Lands to Exchange For Kansas Lands. Room 6, ' Allen-Hubbard Block. a.RlCHCREEK, fitaj at Law and Hoiarj: Publi...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 20 March 1890

Pointers for Myers of Spring and Summer Goods, Clothing Boots and Slices, H A T G. "C P S. C -A. P B T S IT D" 1 I -A 'Few Dry w-J fit A : r, . I I ; J 'S I IIP I The above suit consists of a blouse with puff sleeves, and a skirt. Both are trimmed in white wool braid, very artistic. The material is Blue, Jersey Cloth, and we sell the entire suit for . OINXj-ST $3.00 R. CARO. Sole Agent A. S. ALLEN, DEALER IN DRUGS, MEDICINES " . PAINTS, OILS, STATIONERY, AND :: CORNER :: LOTS. LOCAL COMMENT. See the election proclamation else where. - The father f John AL-Price is here cu a visit, from Baltimore, Md. Hardware and cutlery at a bargain, at T. J. Flint's, west of First National Bauk. - . . . . . John Ely, of Eliiawood postoffice has been granted an increase of pension. Howard & Parker have removed their billiard hall to rooms over A. iL Moss. Wirt Dawson has been very dan gerously sick for sereral days, with a heart trouble. H. Fosburg, father of Seymour, is Will very ill at his ho...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 20 March 1890

KNOCKED OUT. tlrs. Blankenshlp Talks with Pattl i and la Terribly Shocked. OHNW.BLANK- ENSHIP, of Kentucky, visit ed Chicago re cently and in a letter to a friend thus ' described how he and his wife-met Patti. My Dear Lige: I ain't much of a hand to write, but what I lose in style I make up in that qual ity which means success in Kentucky. The other night a reception was given at the Press Club to one Mrs. Patti, a woman that has made considerable noise as a singer. My nephew, who runs a fcewspaper here, got a ticket to the re coption, but as he was suddenly called 4way on business he transferred the ticket to me. Wife, she was mighty nigh tickled to death. I don't know that I have seen her so well pleased since the report that our red cow had fallen off of the bluff proved to be in correct. Well, we went. Mrs. Patti took a position near one corner of the room and proceeded to smile on every body present. I didn't care about oeing in -I WOULD LIKE TO HEAR TOU SING." troduced to her...

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. — 20 March 1890

THE CATTLE MEN. Qw Inter-State Cattla Convamtloa at Vert Worth A Good Attendance nod a Great lal of Work Accomplished The Refrigerators Have Come to Stay Fm vorinjr Deep Water, Plenty of Silver and Keeiproclty. Fobt Worth. Tex., March. 12. The Inter-State Cattle convention was called to order at two o'clock yesterday after noon in the opera-house, which was packed from pit to dome. Hon. T. T. Davidson, ex-inspector under the Na tional Bureau of Animal Industry, called the meeting to order. Mayor Broiles welcomed the delegates in behalf of the city of Fort Worth; and Hon. T. T. D. Andrews followed 'with an address in behalf of the cattlemen. The burden of his remarks was the advisability of establishing refrigerators near the pro ducing grounds, not to compete with the Northern establishments, but for the supply of the European markets. Said the speaker: The refrigerators of the country have come to stay and we can have nothing against them. They are the cheapest and best and most ec...

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. — 20 March 1890

jj-gpl Fifty I Fifty Good Men's Wuol Suits at 50UR-DOLLARS AND THIRTY-FIVE CENTS, f $4.35 1 TJJOHTS FROM -a. . . 1 - we have bought this Season. Having paid Spot Cash for our .Spring Stock we will show the people of Barton County that EY W l sell you More Goods for Less Money than any House in iiarton County in CLOTHING, BOOTS and SHOES HATS AND CAPS AND Gents' Furnishing Goods. RESPECTFULLY YOURS, . Sftair flowing IHlouse, RUSTLERS FOR YOUR TRADE. P. S. To all purchasers of $10.00 worth or more and living at a distance of .15 miles we will pay their Railroad Fare. THE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL CODHTY PAPER. If tl.60 PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE. - WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. GREAT BEND, - - KANSAS LOCAL SHORT STOPS. The fellow who has pluck, Grit, energy and rim, Has little need of luck: lie naver will "get stuck" No flis will roost on hiin. Go and register. Register to-day last day. A great many ladies registering. - Get horae bills and this office cheap. stock liens at "I'm all broke ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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