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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 15 November 1888

2HB-WH CODK7I CEEOCR1T. . ' ", - ,. . ' 5 C7. B. C70Z3,' Sdltar asS FXtoyrieta. ' - - . ' . ' r : GREAT BENI V v-'- KANSAS. LOVE'S WAYS. has s thousand ways in which. To make its presence known A thoosand charming little tricks Of glance, or tutteh, or tone) ' And though familiar we may be With some, ah! there's no doubt Lore has a thousand pretty ways . finding- out. , ; " ; t , . : , The blush upon the maiden's cheek, The drooping of the eye, , The flattering heart, the trembling lip, The oft-recurring sigh; Xll these the secret may reveal - iTo conscious ones, no doubt. But Ioto has many other ways tPast finding out. Tpr lore's swee sake the hero goes Upon the battle-field; Vor love's sweet sake the wounds within The heart. are well concealed; And lore lives on through every phase Of mystery and doubt. And proves it has unnumbered ways Past finding out. Tsore travels north and travels south And journeys east and west, , Pto bear-sweet messages, that make A heaven within the breas...

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. — 15 November 1888

3 JU THE DtriTC'J CCCiiTT C."CECST. PUBLISHED WE3XLY WILLE.BTOKE, . X3dltox and Zxoyxlotor (Ofiee m Opera Block) QREAT BEND, - KANSAS. Entered as second claw matter at the Greet Bend TZC2Z Or SUBSCRIPTION CASH. On year fM0 r)tx months .71 Three nvmtba J56 C7AS adTereaamaata or communication a, to ab late an faartiaa the DantocaaT, mast be handed in by Wednesday neon ef each Week, at the very We will now have the repub lican construction of "offeniiTe par- Uzansbip." : Who will have the eay" in the disposal of the postofiee Townpley or Chapman? The question will now hob up, "who did it?" We take our medicine like little men. There are no flies on Barton oounty democrats the atmosphere is at present too much congealed. Although we "got it in the neck" this time, we are not the least bit dis couraged. Democrats like nothing better than to be fighting for the right. It is not always the poorest man that goes to the wall. Some one has got to get left, and the strong in intel lect ean bea...

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. — 15 November 1888

ti:e oinTon cc::iT? UEf::m WILL STOKE, '" CDdUtor ckzxcl Propriotor, - (Office in Opera Hock) ' ;' GRE'AT BEND, : KANSAS LOCAL' NEWS. C. Norton came down from Cbolidge to vote, r,-. Jim KeWef is to wheel Frank Dell around the square. Holiday goods are beginning to show up in the show windows. E. Ii. Hotchkiss made the city a fljing visit on Tuesday morning. Will Verah, of Wheatland town- ah n is vt-rv amir with tvnhoid lever. r W; : Wheb the election returns are all in then will be time enough to crow about gains. j . J-jEverleigb, the north end store keeper was in the city Monday, stock Sig up ... " , Remember the date of the firemen's dance. Thanksgiving night, at tne opera house. 4 'I'll have the dandy assortment of holiday goods in. the city' sayt Allen, and he means it. . iTrank Dell says he needs half a Jozen heads to wear out all the hats he won on the late election. Dick Glissman took M. Eppstein a rid$ down Mam street on a wheelbar rowt Saturday afternoon. - Preaching at th...

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. — 15 November 1888

CUMD ' ' " a Norel Means of Exercise. I venture to say that not' ; one reader In teg can ascend iev flight of steep steps as slowly as i he pleaear .without hav ing the action of the heart nearly doubled in frequency. A .rapidly beating' hearV is almost 'invariably a feeble heart. - Now there is but one , legitimate, way of making the heart strong. That is by taking regular, systematic and sufficient exercises, in to which climbing heights of staii cases enters' as a prominent': feature. Iet apersonwho finds his pulse In creased fifty or sixty beats in a minute after mounting- a stair-case climb a hundred stair-cases- day after day for a month or more and he will find that the exertion does not add ten beats to the normal number of his heart throbs. But this is not ail the good that will be gained by climbing a hundred stair cases a day say fifty in the morning and fifty in the afternoon. Doubtless the person with a weak heart has suf fered more or less from what is called nervous d...

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. — 15 November 1888

KANSAS STATE-NEWS . On Wednesday, Thursday arid Friday, . December 26, 27 and 28, the annual meet- -will, be held in Topeka, . yiirsixJNS recently granted to Kansans:, Joseph P. Parish, of Cimarron; Alberts. Edwards, of Delphos; Samuel P. Hutch inson, of Loco; Evan Thornburgh, of Great Harvey , Stubblefield. . of , Winfleld; "Chlpj M Jones, of Iola; , Zacariah' Mun don, of Fort Scott; Corydon J. Farwell, of Rbrway; "Dawson P. Smith, of ' Darned; Bimeon Summers, of Liberty; Frank Kita miller, of Highland; William Ogle, of . HcPherson; Aaron JJ. Fuller, of Latham; Charles J. Anderson, of Topeka; ; Leri Kunkel, of Highland Station; Zacariah J. Tate, of Belleville; Samuel Dell, of Bar ton; Walter Reynolds, of Emporia; Fran is M.-Hinds, of Atchison, and Jonathan Crouch, of Ashland. Michael Lkabt, one of the participants m the memorable strike on the Gould Southwestern system, and who laid with Hamilton. Lloyd, Fossen, Geers and New port in the Wyandotte jail for a, period of eighteen mon...

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. — 15 November 1888

WILL. E. STOKE, : X3ditor and jProyriotoy, ATT0XUS2T8.' CF.DIFFEKBACHS,. v D.ii BAKTA. DirrSBiCHIS 6 8AHIA, : ) Ofiee in Allen-Hubbard Block rooma .9 and 11. -' THE0. C (DOLE. " " ' ELBICK.C. COLS County Attorney. COIxE BROTHEBS, ATTO RNEYS AT ;LA"W Office In Court House. 9Counsel In German by Theo. C Cole. J. RIOHCREEK, ' Attorney at Lan aisl Jolarj Public; 0 Office over Moss Grocery Store, 8REAT BEND, - -' KAS. J. H. JENNISOI Quick Parm LoaDS at Low Bates Missouri lands to Exchange for Kansas lands. .11,. , ? - ; ' OFFICE IN OPERA BLOCK. - PHYSICIANS. F. LKaHTFOOT, Physician & Surgeon, Headquarters at Allen's Drug Store. mm A. T. MeOmuck, M D. ' V. L. Cheater, M. D. . Mccormick a Chester,' t PSslclaM cad Ccrrjaons. Office over Dodge's Hardware store, northwest cor. La Payette Park. GREAT toND.1- - KANSAS. FH7SICIASJ AHD SE5E0HS, HEADQUARTSBS AT . gHlson & Shaw's Drag Store HOTELS AKD RESTAURANTS. JdSEPtt TH.OILLET, PROPRirrOR. Irsncti.- Rfcstapant, Sealer In Confectionery,...

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. — 22 November 1888

VOLUME V. EDITORIAL OOHUEUT. Tw giddj girls weshnU sooa forget: , rm-,mt- TJ al iClMiAA Set.' Thb Kansas Stale Teacher's associa tion meets at Topeka December 26th to 28th inclusive. The clouds have rolled by and the country is safe. Laj aside your poli tical differences and look pleasant. Hon. Edward Cabrolx., here's to you, the luckiest democrat in Kansas. May you live long and watch the tricks of your associates. Patent medicine cuts and sewing machine advertisements will now take the place of overgrown roosters in our republican exchanges. We will ap preciate the change. The papers are now showing up Quay's record in the past, and from all we can learn about the fellow, he is a man whom it M ill do to watch. He is apparently capable of almost any trick ery. ; " - Thomas Jefferson once said: "I never suffer a political to become a personal difference." There is at least one successful candidate in this county who has not that manly attribute of -character. , One satisfaction demo...

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. — 22 November 1888

SHE BABfOH COUM DBUQCBA?. XT. XL BTOTTB, Eiltor and. Proprietor. GREAT BEND. .',- KANSAS THE WOULD AT LABGE. Caunwy of r the Doily News. "WASHINGTON NOTES. , Caftau John Eaton. , Third artillery, How on duty at the Washington barracks, is booked for one of the four staff appoint ments in the army shortly to be made by the President. A. T. Britten, prominent Washington lawyer, has been placed in charge of the ceremonies attending the inauguration of General Harrison in March. Thk Supreme Court of the United States has denied the application for a writ of habeas corpus in the case of Judge David 8. flCerry, of California, who waa'convicted of contempt of 'court in which he and his wife, the noted Sarah Althea Hill, at tacked the officers of the court in San Francisco. , Thx United States Supreme Court has affirmed the decision of the local courts in thecOeof ex-Alderman Jaehne, of New York City, and he must serve ou his sen tence. Thx Supreme Court of the United States has rendered a ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 22 November 1888

m BABTOIt CODIifY' DEQOCHAT. Xfm SL BTOKB, Editor asd ProyritOT."" 1BEATBEND. - - - - K ANSA LINES TO MY BED. I mm not fickle, good old bed of mine ; I am not changeful In my honest lor; Absent from thee, for thy embrace I pine : Warmer thy bosom than the brooding dove Xj heart is nerer cold old bed, to thee. As oft thy snowy sheets have been to me. What though I linger when the night is new, And loiter when the starry hoars wane. And midnight pauses ere I come to yon. Throbs thy white breast with any counter pane? ' . Too oft I am a truant from'the nest -Which oft my weary head with joy hath pressed. But, when the rosy fingered hours of dawn Touch with prismatic colors all the sky On, how I love thee ! When the night is gone How sweet upon thy res tlul heart to lie. And nap and doze and snooze till, peal on peal. Rings the third bell for morning's cheery meal. Ah, then, how can I leave thee, gracious bed? Health, peace and quiet rest I find in thee ; Wrath and defiance hurl I at th...

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. — 22 November 1888

ta tmn mm diuqgrat. PUBLISHED WEEKLY . WILLE.8TOKE, Cctitor and Iiropriotor-, - ; V ' (Oflke m Opera Block) ' GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. class matter at the Great Bend KaastBpeatofiee. TE3M OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. Qn year.. ....... Stx saonths Three HiMtki... .....tLM .75 .50 tCZVS TI advertisements or eomm tiications, to ob tain sn insertion in the Dbmocbai . mast be handed Wednesday noon of each w ek, at the very To otnt young friends who contem pfe3 matrimony we suggest that they feesp Jatfge Ogle stick to his promise Issue licenses at half price. QW glory be to God on high, from wfcoa all blessings fall; we've got the earth, the White house, and a fence iuauBd it all:" Republican press. Say bow about "paying off that Clter Mills' bill?." Why don't one of CSir cat.' con'. get off that wonderfully fuunv story which friend Ciiraway tells? Tub entire outfit belonging to Lord BackvilltvWestthe nincompoop whom President Cleveland sent home with a dessrrcd reprimand, was sold at Coition In Wa...

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. — 22 November 1888

4 4 ra canii cccn rami rr. wile STOKE, ' . , XSciltox etxxcl 3Px,opriotoi, ' ' (Office tn-Opra Block) ' . GREAT BEND, . : KANSAS ; LOCAL NEWS. Hufe Bell is still confined to his bouse! - Clarence Morgan is reported on the sick list. Martin Musil was up from Ellin wood Saturday. G. W. Gifford lost a young child by 0 'death, Sunday. A. L. Whitcomb is preparing to remove to Iowa. John W. Clark is preparing to open hc Typer house. m C. H. Hedges and family start for California this week. John Denker, ot Ellin wood, was a welcome caller Monday. Frank Millard and wife were in town ratifying, Saturday. R.C. Gailey and wife, of Hoising ton, Sundayed in the city. ; The meetings at the M. E. church are still continuing, with interest. Geo. W. Gifford lost a four year old son Sunday, with membranous croup. Herbert Swift left Monday for Wash ington territory, on a prospecting tour. The electric light plant in this city is soon to change hands so it is re ported. W. Ct Earley has moved his famil...

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. — 22 November 1888

IGNORANCE . WINS. ffirusty Jim and His ' Tools the" Election. Carry ffbe New Struggle for Liberty Receives . Set-Hack Boodle, Boose Mid Bust v - combe Trlomph Over Intelli geuoc and Honesty The War Bat Tost lie gran. Chicago Globe. 1 Ball Ran did not end the civil war. Last Tuesday did not end the new straggle for liberty. This peaceable straggle has only just begun. Tbe result of Tuesday's ballot ing demonstrates that millions of the American people, probably a majority of those who voted, knew that 'the system of National taxation which was imposed upon them in the midst of a desperate conflict of arms is a system oi gross injustice and oppression. These millions know that under that system they, in common with their less' enlightened countrymen, are not only taxed one-third more than is nec essary for the support of thoir Government, but mercilessly robbed to the extent of hundreds of millions of dollars every year for the support of foolish enterprises, and for the further enric...

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. — 22 November 1888

::: REPUBLICAN PROGRAMME. What U Expected If Congress Proves to Be Wholly Republican. , -A-.-; ! 'WxsHiifGToir, tfov. . 12. If It shall be found that the Republicans have the House by a working majority they will have con trol ot the entire Government, for there is no longer any question that they will con trol the Senate. Then if the statements of those who ought to know are to be relied, : upon the.Kepublicans, among Qjher things, will endeavor to carry out ; the following: First To postpone the consideration of the subject of the reduction of the revenue and all tariff legislation until the Repub licans shall be in full possession of the Government. t Second To enact laws to admit at the earliest possible moment two States 'in Dakota and one in Montana, Washington Territory and possibly Wyoming. Third To convene Congress possibly In extra session-on March 4 . in order to or ganize the House and to give effect to the Administration policy as early as practic able. ' i :', .. ... F...

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. — 22 November 1888

Itinm co'jiity del; i WILL E. STOKE, ZSdUtox" slxicL Proprietor, (OfRce in Opera Block) ORE AT BEND, : KANSAS ATTORNEY 8. . F. DJFVE2TBACHEB, D. A. SANTA. SiFFEIBMEES & BABTA, Ofie In Altafr-Hnfebard Block rooms 9 and 11. THEO. CObXE. ELRICK.C. COLE County Attorney. COLE BROTHERS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW .Office in Court House. tVOoanael In German by Tbeo. C Cole. J. RICHCREEK, itey at Lan and Hofary Public. Office over Mobs' Grocery Store, GREAT BEND. - - KAS. J.H. JENNISON, Quick Farm Loans at Low Bates--Missouri lands to Exchange for Kansas lands. . OFFICE IN OPERA BLOCK. physicians. A. Y. McCormick, M. D. V. L. Chester. M. D. McCORMICK. & CHESTER, Pbpclclons . and Curgoons. Office over Dodge's Hardware store, northwest cor. La Fayette Park. GREAT BEND. - - KANSAS. SHAW k XjIGTTFOQ'X FH7SICIAKS' AND SUE5EQNS. HEADQUAKTEK8 AT Wflson k Shaw's Drug Store IIOTKL8 AND RESTAURANTS. JOSEPH TROILLET, , PROPRIETOR French - Rrestaurant , Dealer in Confectionery, Tobaeco, Cigars and Smoker...

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. — 29 November 1888

I .5 BiSTOl . - - . . -. -. COlJlfTT 0 . volume v. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1888. NUMBER 35. i 8 3 WAIT A WHILE. In view of the bitter abuse now being ppured out as so many vials', of wrath upon the head of Mr. Cleveland, what must be the feelings of those demo crats who deliberately deserted him in the hour of battle, abandoned their colors, sold out their party, went over bag and baggage to the enemy, seared what little conscience was yet left to . them with the degrading iron of the renegade, licked the dust from the feet .of nn organization which had been on their necks for twenty-three years, and will have to endure for no telling how long again the same old proscriptions and tyrannies of the days of the bloody shirt and jack-boots reconstruction. But really did these renegade demo crats have either feelings or conscience? Their president has been a man of singular purity of action and honesty of purpose. He strove and wrought with perfect unselfishness for 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. — 29 November 1888

SBS BA3TQH CODETY DggQCBAT. T7.XL C70SS. Elite UlA Vmnfbta. THB WORLD AT LARGE. Cmsx&ary of-the Dally New TTASirXNGTpx NOTES. s?ax Chuno Yang, Corean Minister, left Washington on the 19th for home. Th Secretary of the Treasury has is Oued a circular calling attention to the tact that the retirement of National bank notes is limited to $3,000,000 a month. De iposits for the retirement of circulation will be acted upon according to priority and within t&e limit. Bxnator Vist's committee investigat ing the beef business opened proceedings at St. Louis on the 20th. Thxrx was a report in Washington on the 20th that Colonel Laxnont would be ap pointed Judge Advocate-General to suc ceed Swaim. Lamont denied the rumor. Thx President-elect has tendered E. W. -Halford, managing editor 'of the Indianap wis tuuruu, tu position ox pnvaw secre tary. Mr. Halford is forty-five years of age and came from England when a child Qith his parents, who settled in Cincin fnatL Mrs. SHxnmAX, widow o...

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. — 29 November 1888

..:' 4, 4 1HB BABTOII- CODM DEIIOCBAT. fj. JO. CT02E, Soltor- aad Proprietor. JREAT BEND. DAY-BREAK. Soft folds of dull gray mist . Mantle in shadow the sinuous crests of the mountains; Low-lying clouds hare kissed The dew-damp dells and the fern-fringed beds of the fountains. ,A tiny swaying of faery curtain A stirring of leaves when the wind wanders through ' X thistle-down flutter, unsteady, uncertain And the gray mist Is trembling tato the blue. Threads of light unwind through the gloom. Silver threads spun from the morning's loom, A beam of bright light, f A ware of white light, And sho Wring and shifting . . . , The day-dawn is sifting. The mist is lifting,. The cloud-rack rifting, And routed by smiles of the summer morn It floats away as the day is born. . A glitter, a glimmer, A luster, a shimmer. &nd2ne mist on the mountain grows dimmer nd dimmer; A quake and a quiver, A shake and a shiver, 'And then a whole burst like the rush of a river. sV down-fall ol diamonds, a gl...

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. — 29 November 1888

i v V. - 9 THE BARTOH COUNTY DEMOCRAT, PUBLISHER WEEKLY ' WILL E. STOKE, HJciitoi and Iroipxietox , (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. Entered ssecond class matter at the Great Bead Kansas,tpostoffice. ' TEEM OP SUBSCRIPTION CASH. One year....... - Six months.... Three mouths. ..1.60 .. .75 .. .50 oAll a I vertieraents or comnojistlon8, to ob tain an inm-rtion in the-Democrat, must be handed in by Wednesday noon of each wek, at the very latest. THIS IS BUSINESS. th his rounds among the business men of a city the solicitor for newspa per advertising will meet with many a queer answer. Not an un frequent answer we ape met with is: "Well, I know it pays to advertise; but the politics of your paper does not suit me, aiul if I have any money to spend it will be spent with the paper which agrees with my political belief," and;so on, cut infinitum. If it "pays to advertise" why does it not pay to conduct your advertising like you conduct any other braiich of your business, in a ...

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. — 29 November 1888

4 THE BART3H COUHTY DEMOCRAT. STOKE, CSciitor cuxxcl Proprietor, (Office in Opera Block) . GREAT BEND, : KANSAS LOCAL NEWS. Give thanks for God's mercies. W. W. Winstead is on the sick list. Clarence Morgan is still lying very ill. J. D. Welch spent Sunday in the city. . Geo. Moses 'and wife are visiting in Colorado. ' Thanksgiving ball at EUinwood al so, tonight. Union services at the Congregation al church today. Remember the "Q. Ms." never dis appoint anybody. Get yourselves ready for the "O. M." entertainment. Poatomce hours today: From 10:3Q a. m. to 12:30 p. m. 5. C. Evans is now Engineer on WinsteadV delivery. Heladas art gallery is still making pictures at reduced rates. Mrs. Nellie Crocker, of Hoisington, &ras in the city Monday. Prof. V. E. Looney is now teaching school in district No. 90. Take care of your tender vines and shrubs before tlie winter closes in. A buabsl or two of turnips would be thankfully received on subscription. m S. M? McCay, of Topeka, was In the ...

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. — 29 November 1888

a oOPENING: OKLABEOIIA Friends of Oklahoma Assem ble at Wichita. Can. Congreumui Springer Gives Some Detail WIutHU BUlPrapotM-TlwBMolf Clous Adopted A Committee to Go ? to Washington. . i $ .' i i f - : - : ' r f- ' ' " Wichita. Kan., Nor. 21. The early morning trains yesterday 'brought hun dreds more of delegates to the Inter-State Oklahoma Convention. The delegates and -visitors met at the Board ox Trade head piarters. About ten o'clock Hon. William Springer, of Illinois; Colonel . Mansur, of Xii38oari; General Wearer, of Iowa, ar nved and were given an ovation. Shortly before eleven o'clock a procession was formed headed by a band and marched to abe Crawford Opera House. The meeting was called .to order by George L. Bouse, who introdubed Judge J. 8. Emery, of Xawrence, as temporary chairman. Mr. Walker, of Wellington, was made temporary secretary. Committees were appointed in. the usual manner of twenty-one members each. Judge IS. B. Jew ctt, of Wichita, chairman of the commit te...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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