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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 25 September 1890

THE DEMOCRAT WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR AXP PROPBIKTOB. GREAT BENIX -' - - - KANSAS. CURRENT COMMENT. Colonel, Georok R. Davis has been elected director-general of the Chicago world's Fair. Fifty thousand florins are to be spent In "Vienna in decorating the city for the Tlfflt of the Emperor of Germany. Bishop Budge, of the Mormon Church of f daho, has been indicted for con spiracy in advising Mormons to vote illegally. An expert says the Florida phos phases, thgvgh immense in extent, are disappointing as to richess and the pro portion of high grades is exceedingly small. The Governor of Virginia has com muted to life imprisonment the sen tence of Nannie Woods, colored, to be hanged in Franklin County for burning & town. The llew York Chamber of Commerce at a reacting passed a resolution in favor of allowing imported goods now in bonded warehouses to remain until February Charles A. Wellborn', a prominent real estate agent of Birmingham, Ala., has been arrested for using the mails fr...

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. — 25 September 1890

The flalf-Bpeed, ' A Romance of Colonial Days. It eoeeet a. cmncnra COPYRIGHT, 190O.1 . COXPTEB VL-CosnsOTD. "Ariel, I will find something to oc cupy your time Chen I return; for the present, rest and amuse yonrself as you can." "Dar ey goes," muttered Pete, look ing' after the two gentlemen, "and dars alius some muss 'bout dem Frenchmen and do yaller nigger what helps 'em to rob do ben roosts and burn do houses. 'Clar to goodness its 'null to make a colored gennelman retire from public life altogeddcr." Charles Selwyn's mother was an in valid who seldom loft her room, and his father, who had spent the greater part of his life in the IJritish army until superannuated by wounds and exposure in many climes, was sinking into second childhood. Ariel was therefore left to himself, and for lack of other employment turned to the books with which the room was liberally provided, and took his first draught of the- well-spring of know ledge, which ho found so sweet that he returned to it ajai...

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. — 25 September 1890

THE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL COUHTY PAPBR. (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. WILL B. STOKE, fiHUitr u4 froprkUr. PUBLISHED WEEKLY TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. One Tear.. fl-50 Six months Three months.:. Entered as second class matter at the Great Bend Kansas, postoffice. Ear-All adTertisements or communications, to ob tain an insertion in the Democrat, must be banded in by Wednesday noon of each week, at the very latest. DEMOCRATIC RESUBMISSION STATE . TICKET. " Far Governor, CHARLES ROBINSON. For Lieutenant Governor, P. A. BANTA. For Secretary of State, S. G. ISETT. For State Treasurer, TJIOMAS KIRBY. For State Auditor, JOSEPH DILLON. For Attorney General, JOHN K. IVES. Stif trintendent of Public Instruction, " M. H. WOOD. For Chief Justice, B. NICHOLSON. DE&OCEATIO EESUBMISSION COUIT CONVENTION. By action of the Democratic County Central Comntteej, at meeting held in Great Bend Sept. 20, 1890, a Democratic Resubmission County Convention. is hereby called to meet at the cou...

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. — 25 September 1890

ft !!? ft IE COM TO THE FROM! i Our Prices are the Stunners. - OUR LIBERALITY IS OUR SUCCESS! wing to the Liberal Patronage given us during the past year, and wishing to show our appreciation, we shall give away on Christmas Eve., this year, December 24, 1890, h3 following presents: One Set Chinaware, 114 Pieces; One Road Cart, . One Set Single Harness. ISfrgry purchaser of merchandise to the extent of $1.00 c entitled to a ticket. These goods were purchased in our city of a first class reliable house, and are a No. 1 goods. OXJR. PRIGH2S will be found to be the lowest and our goods the finest, as we don't handle shoddy goods. THE RELIABLE STAR CLOTHING HOUSE. A S. ALLEN, JieDicines . joints, oils, STATIONERY, AND ;t CORNER :: LOTS. INSURANCE ril& to say to my patrons and those desiring Insurance, that I am making a special business of FIRE, LIGHTNING and TORNADO Insur ance, and can give you a good clean Jon tract and help to keep it good dur ing te life of me. I can give THE BE...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 25 September 1890

I EDISON'S PHONOGBAPH. ; What One Can Hear for the Small Sum of a Dime. " The ToMt of Evary Instrument . In a lArg-e Orchestra Dlstlng-aUhed Easily Fatnro Generations May Hear ' Pattl bins and Gladstone Speak' IIERE Is always some new scheme on foot to decoy a man's salary from its home in the right hand pocket. The latest is an Edi son phonograph In the southwest corner of the Palmer II o use, where, says the Chicago Tribune, by payi n g over what the side-show man used to call "the smalo seni of a daimc, tain cents," one may put a rubber nozzle in each car and hear Cappa's band play the latest waltz just as naturally as if one 0"ero in Central p&rk. New York, on a Sunday afternoon in the sweet summer time. "Bub! BubC goes tho big bass drum, ana "Oom, Ooom, Oom-poom-poom-pooftJ" remarks the big bass horn that curls around tho neck of tho fat Teuton vho sits in the far corner. The clario nets melodiously shriek and tho French hornscoo their long, cloying, sweet notes, which make...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 25 September 1890

JTEAUFUL DISASTER. Shocking Calamity on the Bead ing Railroad. A raueotfr Train, Ranalag at Mllicrli Kt of (speed, Daihn Into a Freight Wreck Many l'errns Killed and Injured. Reading, Pa., Sept 20. A wreck oc- curred on the Reading railroad seven teen miles above this place about 6:45 last night which resulted in a frightful disaster the worst in the history of the Reading Railroad Company. The train which met with the disaster left this city at 0:05 o'clock, ten min utes late. It was known as the Potts ville express and was running at the rate of at least thirty-eight to forty SI 1 Tl 1 J A mims an nour. a i uau uu wju jwa sibly 125 or ISO passengera and consist ed of engine, tender, mail and express rs And three passenger coaches. Above fchosmakersville, this county, aboatt fifteen miles from this city, is a sharp curve, wherethe railroad is about Eighteen to twenty feet higher than the Schuylkill river. Here shortly before Cf x o'clock a freight train ran into a coal train, throw...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 25 September 1890

DKY GOODS HACKE P We are better prepared than ever to sell you Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, HATS AETD GAPS. Our assortment never was so good, and our prices speak for themselves. Come and see our novel way of advertising. It can not help but please you. It is a duty you owe to yourself to come and look us over. We will make you welcome, whether you buy or not. siNwjiHiBs, Hacker Bros. 2 g. Bost 10c Cotton Batt in the World. GROCERIES AND To Members Alliance! YOU Tvill hereby 3 tale notice that we have secured the contract to furnish groceries to the members of the order in the county. Our stock is all Fresh and Clean, U? Weights and Measures Full, and we jnite a Fair and Impartial Trial of our Goods. Come OE' AND ALL FSIBU RO & WELCH. THE DEMOCRAT. 0FICI4 COUNTY PAPER. II S1.50 PER YEAlt, TBI ADVANCE. WILL E STOKE, EDITOR &ND PROPRIETOR. iSREAT I&ND, - KANSAS LOCAU COMMENT. The Rice (County fair, opens at Lyons October 16th. A dentist in not necessarily mad cause he snows hi...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 2 October 1890

BARTON COUNTY , s " - DEMOCRAT. THE LARGEST CIRUULATION PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE. OFFIOIAIi :F-A-DPE3R . OF BARTON OOXJ3STT"y GREAT - BEND, KSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1890. VOLUME VII. NUMBER. 27. Opened for GOV. OHAELES BOBEJSOH WITH US. A Large Audience Greets the First Gover nor of Kansas And the Bext One - At the Grand. Besubmission and Prosperity the War Ory. My citizens of Great Bend will, in after years, when the invincible efforts I tnat Kansas has gained but 47 per cent. that are now being made to place Kan- in population in the last ten years. while Colorado has gained 110, law was not adopted by a majority vote of the people, and it was against his judgement, although he nunseii was a temperance man. He had seen prohi bition in' Massachusetts, and had known it to.be a failure; had not advo: cated resubmission until he was assured in his own mind that the law in the last ten years had had a fair and impartial test, and that the majority of our peo ple were t...

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

THE DEMOCRAT WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR ' 5REAT BEND. KANSA8. CURRENT COMMENT. Old Sleuth, who has for years thrilled youthful readers of cheap literature with o bis detective stories, is Harlan P. Hal sey, a member of the Brooklyn Board of Education. There Is considerable speculation in the City of Mexico as to who will be ap pointed secretary of the ! United States legation there in place of Mr. H. Rem ten Whitehouse, who, it is reported, " will not return. , The late Marquis Tseng has received the highest posthumous honors which the Celestial Kingdom can bestow, in a &rmal decree of the Emperor that he fforgives him all his sins and crimes committed during his life." SexIs is wonderfully prosperous. From all sections come reports of in crease of capital and arrival of well-to-do immfgrants. ' The moneys invested for the school fund and the lands held by the State for the same are estimated 860,000,000. 9 During August past37,SS7 immigrants me to the United States, against 31, 6318...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 2 October 1890

r Tbe J-lalf-BFeed. A Romance of Colonial Days. , BY BOBEBT A. CUH1SJS6. COPTBIOHT, 1880. CHAPTER Vn. COSTISTTED. When Mme. Chevreul returned to her homo her husband informed her that Iiemourier insisted upon tho immediate fulfillment of tho marriage contract, on ie pretext that, as ho was soon to join the expedition, he wished to gain a hus band's right to dispose of her future. At the first shock of this intelligence Mme. Chevreul wrung her hand3 in de spair; then sho sought her niece, whom sho found paler than . usual, but quite calm; and thi3 stato of quiescence was very exasperating to tho elder lady, in whose veins flowed the warm blood of tho South of France, though a moment's reflection taught her that it was not a sign of joy at tho prospect of her mar riage. Mme. Chevreul dissembled. "It is a thousand pities, dear Ninon," she said, gravely, "that these hurried nuptials must seem almost clandestine. There is no time to send to Franco for the trosscau in trut, there will not...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 2 October 1890

THE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAli COUMY PAPER. o i .. (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. WIU H. STOKE, raMUhtr aa PrprirUr. PUF.LISHED WEEKLY TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. One year Six months Three months $1.50 75 ""' .50 Entered as second class matter at the Great Bend Kansas, postoffice. aWAU advertisements or commoolcations, to ob tain an insertion in the Dkmocbat, must be handed in br Wednesday noon of each week, at the very latest. DEM00BATI0 BESUBMISSION STATE .TICKET. Fer Governor, CHARLES ROBINSON. For Lieutenant Governor, D. A. BANTA. For Secretary of State, S. G. ISETT. For State Treasurer, THOMAS' KIRBY. For State Auditor, JOSEPH DILLON. For Attorney General, JOHN N. IVES. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, M. H. WOOD. For Chief Justice, . M. B. NICHOLSON. DEMOCRATIC-BESTJBMISSION TY CONVENTION. COTJN- By action of the Democratic County Central Committee, at meeting held in Great Bend Sept. 20, 1890, a Democratic Resubmission County Convention is hereby called to mee...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 2 October 1890

WE COME TO THE PROMT! Our Prices are OUR UBERALIT IS OUR SUCCESS! Owing to the Liberal Patronage given us during the past year, and wishing to show our appreciation, we shall give away on Christmas Eve., this year, December 24, JL890, 4he following presen ts . - One Set CMnaware, 114 Pieces; One Road Cart, One Set Single Harness. JjSvery purchaser of merchandise to the extent of $1.00 Urif be entitled to a ticket. These goods were purchased in ur city of a first class reliable house, and are a No. 1 goods. OUR. PXUGI3S will De found to be the lowest and ur goods the finest, as we don't handle shoddy goods. THE RELIABLE STAR CLOTHING HOUSE. A. S. ALLEN, tE4LER IN DRtTGS, I " MEDICINES tAlJJTS, OILS, STATIONERY, AND g CORNER :: LOTS. i INSURANCE Jt wih to lay to my patrons and time desiring Insurance, that I am Wiaking ft special business of FIRE, i,iatI3:XIa and TORNADO Insur jltce, andetn give you a good clean contract knd help to keep it good dur ahe life pi same. I can give TflH B...

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. — 2 October 1890

MODERN LAUNDBIES. How the Wa3h-Tub"s Successor Does Our Collars and Cuffs.' Every Thins In the Cleaning Process Mow Dona by Machinery . Rapid Growth of This Modern 1 Industry, '- "I don't believe there was a single Tmblic laundry in this city fifteen years go," said a city laundryman to a New York Sun reporter the other day, "where laundering: was done on a big scale. Originally, you know, people here who wanted their collars and cuffs done up nicely actually sent them away up the river to the laundries in,, Troy, and ttius the name Troy laundry originated. The laundries were started in Troy because nearly all the big )irt and collar and cuff manufactories were located . there, and the laundries, in the first place, were connected with these establishments. Of course, there are no real Troy laundries to-day. Even as late as seven years ago I don't believe that there were one-tenth of the public laundries that there are to-day. The work used to be done almost en tirely by washer-wome...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 2 October 1890

THE TARIFF BILL. Bow It Stands aa Reported From Conference. . A. Hoanty on Certain Sugars Binding Twine Host Pay a Duty "imitation" Articles .Excluded -KflVet of the Bill on the KcTenac. Washejgto. Sept. 27. After ten days tf hard work the conference committee on the Taritf bill completed its work late yesterday afternoon and reported the result to the Ilouse. The commit tee had to deal with 464 amendments, many of them" involving cardinal differ ences of principle in treatment and many the subject of bitter controversy between conflicting interests. The date when the bill is to take effect eras made October 6. February 1 next is fixed gs the ultimate date upon -hich goJs deposited in bond before October 1 may fce fyithdrawn at the old jgates of duty. n the case of sujpar, the conference, & place o? the uniform bounty of two Cent on prades of 80 and above pro vided by the blouse, included maple Sugar nd adopted the following pro vision: "That on and after July 1. cm n nl 11ntil ...

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 October 1890

DRY GOODS HACRI We are better prepared than ever to sell you Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, HATS JUtTD CAPS. ur assortment never was so good, and our prices speak for themselves. Come and see our novel way of advertising. It can Qiot Jielp but please you. It is a duty you owe to yourself to come and look us over. We. will make you welcome, whether you buy ofe not. SINCERELY YOURS, HaCkerBTOS. c p. S. Bust -10c Cotton Batt in the World. GROCERIES AND To Members Alliance! YOU will hereby fcike-4iotice that we have secured the contract to furnish groceries to the members of the order in the county. Our stock is all Fresh and Clean, Our Weights and Measures Full, and we . invite a Fair and Impartial Trial of our Goods. Come ONE AND ALL THE DEMOCRAT. gFFICIAIi COUNTY PAPER. ii tt.50 PERKAR, 13 ADVANCE. ?? WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. GREAT BKKD, - KANSAS LOCAW COMMENT. Jerry Simpson this afternoon. J. B. Owings wants to show you farm implements fcf all kinds. A boy to Mr. and Mrs. Cha...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 9 October 1890

2 " PUBLISHED ixV-r . THE INTEREST OF ' '. THE PEOPLE. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION IN Jhe COUNTY. o .. - tXh: irzj--: . . -""V; JEM OCR A Hi i" Y OFFICIAL PAPER OF BATOifcT OOTJ1TTY .:T VOLUME VII. r ! v J- V i GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1890. ; NUMBER! 28. . ..... , - I J L' I - I A DEMOCRATS THEN OUT IH GOOD HUM BEES PEOM EVERY LOCALITY. Full Proceedings of The Convention, and ghe Ticket Named. Convention called to order at 11: 3D A. M. Oct. 4tb, and Col. W. E. Hutt mann made temporary chairman and Chas. A. Hooper temporary secretary. The following committees were then appointed, viz: On permanent organization Hon. F. A. Steckel, Wm.Gagelman and Ed. F. Winterburg. On Order of Business Gustav Toepke, Jas. W. Clarke, W. E. Looney. On llesolutions Will E. Stoke, C. & Diffenbacher, C. Q. Bullock, Dr. A. S. Houck, J. K.. BeneGel. Dn Credentials W. R. It. Tillott, I. B. 3frester, John Mouler. The convention then adjourned to p. Oi. At 2:00 p. m. tho convention was called $...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 9 October 1890

THE DEMOCRAT WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. GEE AT BEND. -' - - - KANSASL CURRENT COMMENT. The New York Sun has started a fond to relieve suffering in Ireland. Sbyebjll provinces in Italy are seri ously threatened by the destitution pre "vailing. The taxable values of Dallas, Tex, cave risen from $29,000,000 to S38, 000, 000 within a year. There are over 40,000 children attend ing the schools in London who are in sufficiently fed. . Mb. and Mrs. Hexkv M. Stanley ar rived at Ostend on the 3d. They were received by King Leopold. The coming Florida orange crop will "bo be&w the average, but the estimates vary a good deal. More than fifty people were poisoned by drinking "circus" lemonade at a booth at tbe Portland, Ind., fair. Jersey City has a law under which fines d?810 each are to be imposed upon persons detected drinking malt or alco holic liquors in her new parks. A Gebman woman arrested at Cannes, O France, had in her possession topo nrTMal charts of the fortress and r...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 9 October 1890

A Romance of Colonial Pays. BY EOBEST A. CUTOSJSQ. "COPTRIGHT, 1890.1 CHAPTER KC CoirrcnrxD. "When De Barzac and his friend called at Mme. Chevreul's house in the evening- they were graciously received by hat lady, who presented the latter to Jher niece with words of compliment which brought a flush to the cheek of the young1 man. De Barzac, from a sentiment of deli cacy, avoided the young lady and joined :a group of officers who were . talking .about army affairs, and among whom was Major ChevreuL "Ha! De Barzac! Where is thy Go llab, olj! son of Jesse? And why didst thou not cut off his head whilst thou wa about it?" asked ono. "Unfortunately, tho provost marshal interfered at the critical moment," said another; "but he regrets it ah, yes, he ctti not forgive himself for his precipi- -"WWAT WAS IT AZZ. ABOUT, 1)Z DABZAC?" -t$ncy, andhe declares that he will be more prudent in future." "What was it all about, De Barzac? asked another. "Did the ogre want tbee Tor his sup per, or was...

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. — 9 October 1890

SBm DEMOCRAT. DEIOf J2ATI0 BESUTJTnaTOIl STATE For Governor, CHARLES ROBINSON. For Lieutenant Governor, D. A. BANT A. . Far ftoeretary of State. ' 8. O. ISETT. " For flUt'e Treasurer, TliOUAS KIR6Y. For Stata Auditor, JOSEPH DILLON. For Attoraer General, JOHN N. IVES. For SuMriateBdent of Public Instruction, If. H. WOOD. Tor Chief Jmtfce, M. B. NICHOLSON. - . For Caamas, 7th District, JERRY SIMPSON, Th People's Candldata. Carton CSanty Besufcrniasian Ticket. , For Representative, W. F. PECK. - Star Coantr AttoraoT. C F. DIFFKNBACHER. For Probate Jodee, O. R. AACHEK. Tbr Clerk of Diatriet Court, W. R. BUWTINO. Ar Snperintenaeat of Schools, RTF. PLEGKB. For Coroner. Pit . F. BLESS. For Comailsstoner. First District, JOSEPH F. 8TROTI1 MAN. Botke to Committeemen. ' Notice Is hereby given that there will be a meeting of the democratic central committee of Barton county, at the Leland hotel, Great Bend, on Satur day, Oct, 11th, 1890. It is desired that all commitomen be present. FrjSTJ Zt...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 9 October 1890

TO THE FROMT! Onr.P rices are the Stunners messely. It is a " pleasure: to watch the joyous and healthy young lads and lassies of 'the country as they-trip the light fantastic toe." They go in lor all the fun there is in it. Died Lester CltYeland, infant son of Charles and M. C. Beye, of Great Bend, on Wednesday, Oct 8th, 1890, of diphtheria. The little one was about 18 months old, and had been ill but a short time. -Funeral from the residence at 3:00 o clock this, Thursday, afternoon. Many friends of the bereaved parents mil join with us U her up norlh them in their aflhction. : PERSONAL. Turner is home from JJUI? LIBERALITY IS OUR SUCCESS! O wing to the Liberal patronage given us during the iasC yeaav ad wishing t show our appreciation, we shall oive awat ft Christmas Eve:, this year, December 24, 1890, fhe following present One Set Chinaw are, 114 Pieces; One Road Cart, -One Set Single Harness. . &vfe?$ puPcnaser of merchandise to the extent of $1.00 w) te entitled to a ticke...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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