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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 4 April 1889

ji:tDAnTacc,j:jiYrCEL,::.m r "W. ttl STOKE. Editor ft Proprietor. GREAT BEND. - KANSAS. LONE HOLLOW; . Or, Tbe Peril of t!ie Penroys.' A XhriHing' and Romantic Story of Love and Adventurer Br jAiiES 1,1. MianitTj, Atrrnoa or "Bogus Bill," Fisher Job" akd -" Other Stobxks. ICopyrlaM, ISS9, by Ite A. IT. KeXojg Kelt paper Company. - ' CHAPTER XV. ah trrrpLBASAsx iktsrhuptios'. aGonel The win gone! If you have lost that paper, Seekmorc Gripes, I'll be the death of you," cried Captain Starbright, In astern voice, In which anger and alarm wero mingled. ' " The wind must have blown it out the window," returned the lawyer. "A look outside will make every thing plain sailing ogam." . - Procuring tho lamp 3Ir. Gripes leaned out into the night, flashing tho glow up and down the porch that ran the length of that side of the house. He saw nothing of tho lost paper, and as there was ccarcelya movement of air, it was not likely that the document had been cast out by the wind. It was but a few fee...

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. — 4 April 1889

Tl.i ..'.jlG CCD'Jft DH'iOCRW. : , .-' ; -J (Office in Opera Block) " GKEAT BEND, : y.V KANSAS. .PUBLISHED WEEKLY . -r WILLE.STOKE, ',' jz&ltov aodProprletor Entered m second class matter at the Grea Xanaas, poatoOce. . . - . end TFpM OP SUBSCRIPTION C'jH. Onerear..... ". tlM Hix months . ' 75 Thnt month '50 9T All advertiaemeata or conuiications, to ob tain an meeraon in tne ubww, nun oe nanaea in by Wednesday noon oi eacn. "week, at the very latest. . , Bossism Defunct No More Rings or Combinations Need Apply. , The Straight Republican Ticket is No Good Politically, and an is Lovely. PEOPLE'S TICKET WINS! ,. "We cannot refrain from indulging in . a. few words of exultation over the re sult of Tuesday's city election. It has ever been our opinion that in the elec ?: tion of city officers men should be the thing worked for, and not party. The ringmasters of the republican party, which party has probably .200 majority , - in the city, early began preparing to i: put a straight ti...

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. — 4 April 1889

Y ESTABLISHED 1872. A. S. AIaIaRJSI, Pharmacist, Drugs, Paints, Glass, Book?, Stationery and :- CORNER - LOTS. :- LOCAL NEWS. Tbe Morrison has a splendid new sidewalk put down on the Broadway Jfront. Now let us have peace and prosper itywith twe big Fs in our city affairs. Every man in Barton countyehould read the official county paper, but he should not borrow it (No extra charge for this information.) Elsewhere find list of lands and town lots far tax deed. Look it over, and make' settlement with County Treasurer Krause before too late. It is learned there is another man on the way to this city, to organize a creamery. The Lord help him; we don't believe the men who ought to, will. Prof. E. E. Wright, conductor of the department of Elocution in the Central Normal college, has had some haadsome letter heads printed at this office. Success to the incoming city officials. May their honors rest lightly on their heads, and may their works in the next two years prove that good selec tio...

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. — 4 April 1889

- ; . Ary reroa Ho taxes too paper regain -".a tii poi-oRc5, whether directed to hia . or v hetner be IS a subscriber or not. U I sponsible ror the pay.' - - " ; , Tne court have decided that refusing to take . evrf Taper from the post-office or removing T. ord I.iv1g th;m uncalled for, is prima facia ;': :-r , NEURALGIC TOOTHACHE. ' O, what a wretched pain I " -' , . Jt thumps and comes again; ' ; V it racks, it racks my brain: J Thampinpr, thumping, thumping; ' - ' v Jumping, ever Jumping r It seems my head would bust r ' . It must, rm sure it must.' Here on my bumble cot 'f mor sacred spot " -All night long I've tumbled; . " -. -All night long Tve grumbled. ' - - In Tain I' re tried to sleep, But eometh not a wink; . ', An angel sure would weep, . , : If he'd only stop to think, -. ' jMidst his host, so bright and pure, . V . Of the sighing and the moaning, ' Of the endless hours of groaning That we mortals here endure t - "When a grinder 'gins to growl, ' ' And his mates like de...

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. — 4 April 1889

- . HZ AT WITHOUT-' FUEL.. ' Aa Attoandinf Claim Which Seta All Sci ence at Naught The accepted, theories of " heat gen eration limit the list of materials from which heat may bo produced by arti ficial racaus to the substances known as fuels. And thesa fuels are almost wholly confined to the various forms of carbon, organic or inorganic, vegetable or mineral- Not to enter- on the ques tion whether mioeral carbons, coal and il are- derived from organic bodies or &ot, we need only consider them as 5ninerali2ed foels. And as to -organic fuels, whether vegetable,' as in woody tissues, or as carbonaceous matter in the form of animal oils, they burn and give heat ia strict proportion to the carbon they contain. WeJsave, there fore, in oirr wisdom, been attempting much lately in the way of keeping up the stock of these organic fuels by planting forests, and by ven making Btraw'tp. into cakes, like the dried peat of. the 'frugal Icelander. Butiihere has now come forward the Wa .inventi...

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. — 4 April 1889

HE DARTOH COUHTT . DEMOCRAT. . : "Will e. stoke, : t , E2dl-tor and. Proprietor, . V (Office in Opera Clock) ixKEAT BEND, : KANSAS BUSINESS CAKDS. ATTOBNKYS. C P. DIFFENBACIIER, D. A. BANT A 'BRDBUBB HAm, klttorneys at Zaire? Office in Alleo-IIubbard Block room 9 and 11. THEO. CI COLE. ELP.ICK-C. COLE . - Coanty Attorney. ; COLE BltOTHEItS, 'attorneys at law , ' Office in Court House. V SBCotmsel in German by Tbeo. C Cole. J. RICH CREEK, Moraey at Law and Notary Public. Office over Moss Grocery Store, t GEEATBEND, - - KAS. J.H. JEKKISON, iilttorne y-at-Law, (Quick Farm Loans at Low Bates Missouri lands to Exchange for Kansas lands. WOOMZ. MOSES BROS. BLOCK. D. J. NEWTON, Tm 1 T1TT TITTT1T t "1 ' 1 Boin 4 Hoses Brcs. Block. 1 f . PHYSICIANS. f ; J a tr -a f y a y v fit npirrnr Physician - and - Surgeon. viuce over iwuge s iiaruware utore, kiorthwest cor. La Fayette Park. j GREAT BEND. - - KANSAS. ; ' PHYSICIANS AHD SUEBEOMS. ; Moses uros muzz :-' HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. JOSEPH TROILL...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 11 April 1889

;7 ,7 W. s f i:"V A '.; OFFICIAL FAPEB OF BARTON COUNTY. VOLUME VI. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1889. NUMBER 2. BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. V V A '.) I- 4 ' II SHE TVO-KLD AT LARGE. rSommary -of the Dally News. IX EXECUTIVE SESSION". Two memorials were presented to the : Senate on the 2d, one in favor of special prlvi 71eges.ra regard to public office for honorably .dischargedUnion soldiers and tbe other against Xrafflc in intoxicating liquors. Senator Stew art's resolution In rejrard to the death of John ; Bright was laid before the Senate, which after .uite .a debate was referred. The Vice-Presi--ent announced that he would v.-cate the chair -during the remainder of the session and Senator -Ingalls was chosen President pro tern. In exec utive session the Senate confirmed aU pending Dominations and adjourned sine die. WASHINGTON NOTES. On the roturn of the Postmaster-General from tbe Cabinet meeting on the 2d it was ianneunced that he had removed Postal Aget-Dimmio'.c at Ne...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 11 April 1889

THE PAIlTOn COUUTY DEMOCRAT. '. . XT. C STOKE, Tditor Proprietor. -' r ; - ; : . GREAT BFTSTD. - - - - " K A"NTS a S. A THRILLING . STORY. Bow Mr.Megwjnyi Frtood Concladad . 6tian(c, Bomantle Tale. "Speaking of flash literature re minds me of an incident which oc curred some ume ' since in connection , with a deceased friend of mine." said Bryan McSwyny. yesterday. The per 7 son alluded to was a man of genius. I . will not mention his name, because of his family connections. He was en gaged in writing a serial story for a well-known weekly paper of the Snake-Eyed Bob. the Bully of the "Woods" order. The story had run so .long that the publishers were getting tired of it, and they wrote to my friend telling him to bring the : story to an end in the next installment. He did so in the following unique manner: . The balloon rose slowly from the foot of he cliff, bumping along the face of the rock as it did so. Angelina, . frightened at the prospect of the . loon was one thousand feet fr...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 11 April 1889

THE DART0.1 COUNTY DEMCflAT. W. X. STOXZ, Editor ft PMxltor. GREAT BEND. - - - - KANSAS LONE HOLLOW; Or, The Peril , of tie Penroyi Thrilling and Boxnantlo Story of Lovo and Adventure. .Bt Jajcxs M. mjbrtTiT, autbob or "Bogus BlU," "FlSSOrB Job" AXD Otbkr Storixs. paper company. CHAPTER XVTL Cowria u bp. "It was cruel la him to remain away -when he must have known that you were suffering. It's always so, however, in love Affairs. Of course Austin did not fret the letter I undertook to convey that awful night on which I came near bidding a final adieu to this mundane world. Had he received that letter all would have been well between you. lean tell you for a cer tainty, however, that you have suffered even less than Austin, who, not receiving reply to his forgiving note, deemed you unyielding, and that s reconciliation was now out of the question.' 44 How could he think so when ' 44 Of coarse it was strange," interrupted Lura, with a covert smile, 44 but it will all come right in the...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 11 April 1889

''in nm mm democrat. '.. - ' (Office Uk Opera Block) - ' GREAT BEND, . : KANSAS. PUBLISHED WEEKLY - WILL lil. STOKE. X5cilt.or and Proprietor, , Entered as second class matter at the Great Bend Kansas, postoJSce. .. ,. ' . .Z TEEM OF. SUBSCRIPTION CASH. Oqejear....i fl.50 t .'Nx months...-;.. ......... .75 ' Three months... - ' . -50 ' v STAQ advertisements or commnolcations, to ob tain an insertion in the Democrat, mast be handed .-! -by Wednesday noon of each weeJt, at tne very v Topeka .has a democratic mayor. tThere is still some hopes' for Topeka retaining the capitol. , , all nature smues,anu xirum wuuij ' has trat on a broad crrin: soon we can - almost hear the ripples of laughter roll- , - 0 O - ........p o . ' The doctors say: "Lie on the left sfdp. " Thf lawvpra'snv: "Lie on both sides." . The ministers say: "Do not Ho' at all V AVhnr. i si nnnr newsraTer man going to do, anyhow? - . f"EvTrnv man ia thft architect of his -own fortune." ' Yes: but 'tis lucky " for some of u...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 11 April 1889

r ill 7. i I A. S. ALiLiE.N, Pharmacist, Drugs, Paints, Glass, Books, .Stationery and CORNER -LOTS. :- LOCAL SEWS. Tatter, patter, let it pour, Patter, patter, let it roar, 'Tis the welcome April shower Waking up the sweet Slay flower." Travel is increasing over the Santa Fe road. Wall Paper at cost C. A. Hooper. Rosa Calhoun has again been elected mayor of Ness City. Everybody and the children are making garden. rrl ..,..o on imnnrtnnt mere are lumuio j. m. ' wedding this week. Grandpa Brinkman is building an addition to bis residence. The city schools propose to observe Friday, the 19th, as Arbor day. The man-trap at the entrance of the postoffice bas at last been repaired. Trees for timber claims. East side c square. T. T. Rhodes. Council meeting next Monday even ing for confirmation of appointments. D.L Halladay is making special rates on photographs for the next ten days. A game of bull between Hoisington and Great Bend clubs has been ar ranged for. t day. J. A. Compton called ...

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. — 11 April 1889

Si'.-- 5 Jbr cs r-s BSomia w tie aaae of tte authori -1 . ' ' 1 1 C-i ca-ti rirt of the witter. , V1 ' T' cm slie of the paper. Be " .- J zt. rtareful ia firing names and dates ; 1 'Te letters and. figures plain, and f : - sTow roars epoa this changed earth - : - Por as, sad yoa the other side, -T The rati of silence drawn between Oar home and where you now abide. ", Foot years I No time ean take away ' . ' Our loring, longing wish to see ' The sweet smile of that boyish face . Or hear fond words in tender key. " - " We hare our work, and so we stay; Tour Heavenly mission we know not; X ean not think, whate'er it be, T Your earthly friends will be forgot. Oar Father leaves for days or years The little children In oar care; ' Sis hoase Is wide, with many rooms. '. The inmates all His kind lore share. Bo when oar gentle brother went - And left deep sorrow in his ploce. J Oar Father's lore was just as near, ; '., With all Its sore, consoling grace. To those who still most dwell on eart...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 11 April 1889

A - ISTJcAT-- SCHOLAR'S FATE. He'd studied every leriooiv Xrom Portuifae to Mexican,. A polyglot mosaic was his Pff h: ' And his vocabulary to Tom and Dick and Harry Was very aiUtadinoo and 'way beyond their . i reach. . ' Be could parley with Ouinean. a Vurk or Abyssinian, . . . The savage tribes of WadelaJ, the men of Kandahar. - With a modern Patagonlan, an ancient Baby lonian, Or the men of Athabasca or Borrioboola Gha. He could talk with cold Alaskans or with tropic Madagascans. Could dialogue with Greek or Jew and Raa sian was his pride ; But he read "a "fashion column," and it made him very solemn; And be struggled with the lockjaw, and crawled away and died 1 THE WINKING DEMON. A Remarkable Variable Story With "Pond in e. Beauties of a -Winter's aright Something About tbe Great Mysterious "Nebula of Orion The Planet Sirius. The Son's Rival. It may probably be considered an un ' fortunate circumstance that the most interesting: constellations and brilliant stars are to be see...

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. — 11 April 1889

to urn. couan DELlOCHAT. v. V" v- WILIj e. stoke, : ;. 4 i. Sdltor and Proprietor, (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS BUSINESS CARDS. ATTORNEYS. C F. DUTENBACIIER, D.A.BANTA DimsBicsEs i urn, f . . . . . - H'itorncTTS at Law Office in Allen-1 u d Dam diock rroma mu . MTM-CCOLE. . ELRIOK.C. COLK County Attorney.' S ' OOIB BROTHERS, ATTORNEYS A.T LAW - - Office In Court House. aCounel In German by The. C Cole. J. RICHCREEK, atfnmfir at Law and Nolanr Public. j . j 0$Lc over Moss' Grocery Store, - j s GREAT BEND, - - KAS. J. H. JENNISON, iZlttorxxe jr-at-Law jQuick Farm Ijoans at Low Rates t Missouri lands to Exchange for ' : Kansas lands. ' XROOM 3, MOSES BROS. BLOCK. NOTARY PUBLIC. . i . - 1 . Biom 4 Moses Brcs. Block, j , PHYSICIANS. A. T. McCoemick, iphyslclah - and - Surgeon. Office over Dodge's Hardware store, northwest cor. La Payette Park. ' GBEAT BEND, - - KANSAS. SHAW h ZL-iaHWOOOr, : PH7SICIAKS AKD SIRE-SOU.' office, nooras 2 ACID 3, ; ', v - Moses Bros, Blocks , "...

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. — 18 April 1889

BARTON . , COUNTY - DEMOCRAT o .: ; ; official paper; of ibarton county. VOLUME VL GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1889. NUMBER 3. . I 1 ) H k V r rw - 1 1 4j THE WOKLD AT LARGE. Nummary of the Dally News. TTASHXNGTOX NOTES. Besatob Mahdebsos says many Sen tutors who voted against the confirmation -of Marat Halstead were not actuated by personal feelings, but believed Halstead vtoo impetuous. ' Seckktabt Tract is said to have been Tpleased with his visit to the Brooklyn navy ' yard. ': . ' v ' Reab Admibai. Thomas H. Pattersoit, "United States navy, retired, died at Washington on the 10th after a long ill mess. He was sixty-nine years of age. The court martial to try Major Armes If or pulling Governor Beaver's nose met at the War Department, Washington, on the Tilth. - The Commissioner of Patents has re moved Jerome B. Burke, a division chief, -and reinstated John W. Baboon in the -position. Is the case of Steve Russell, convicted dn the United District Court, Western dis tr...

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. — 18 April 1889

-WE BAtUOH COUIITY DEIJOCRAT. W. . STOXX, Editor ft Proprietor. GREAT RFND. KANSAS AUNT MARTHA'S SPINNING WHEEL. - With spider-webbing tattered In travesties ol lace, . Mid treasures years hare scattered M Onoe miracles of grace Imploring Time to spare it With rusty tongue of steel, - Behold it in the garret . Aunt Martha's spinning-wheeL With slow and pensire fingers . .r I wipe the webs away, -. "... While loving Fancy lingers To paint an olden day. . When youth and beauty crowned It What gay songs used-to peal 1 Now eric tc eta wall around it Aunt Martha's splnnlng-wheel. I softly touch the treadle: It gives a plaintive squeak; It begs me not to meddle, In murmurs sad and meek. ' Alas ! the feet that lithely Once twinkled through the reel No more shall pat it blithely . Aunt Martha's spinning-wheel. How oft Its noisy turning j Hath served a lover's need, ' And kept Age from discerning What only Youth should heed I Twould drown both vows and kisses That lovers love to steal: A dea...

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. — 18 April 1889

HE BARTDH COUHTY DEUOCRAL tf. Ja BTOXl, Ttdltor Froprietor. GREAT BEND, - - KANSAS PlVsTER-OF-PARIS ART. An Imsr-Fddler, 8d Experience In Boat of Politicians. The Italian image-vender is a surer iharbinerer of spring than jay or blue birds. He must needs have a sure foot and a head like a rope-walker to carry upon it so large an array of his fragile commodities in safety, lie does not, as one might suppose, seek the by ways and unfrequented places as fear ing some one might run against and Jostle him and in an instant bring wreck and ruin, but he takes the crowded streets, and is oftener seen in a pushing, struggling eddy of human- ity atfc street corner than elsewhere. There is from season to season a change in the variety of art demanded by the fickle populace. The high colors of a few years ago are no Jonger au fait. Plaster of Paris f rui'-pieces and parrots in the uncompromis ing cardinal colors, green, red and yellow. have had their day, and the demand is for quiet tints and b...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 18 April 1889

THE BMITOH COUNTY OEMOIM. - (Office in Opera Block) v GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. PUBLISHED WEEKLY WILL. E. STOKE, XSditox BuxxdL Proprietor, Entered as second elaM matter at the Great Bend Kansas, postoffice. .- TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. One rear .. tl-80 8ix months. Three months -AU advertisements or communications, to ob tain an Insertion in the Dkmockat, must be handed in by Wednesday noon of each week, at the very latest. NEIGHBORHOOD HEWS. Hoiadngton. Pmm th THimatch. - " Geo. Orr will erect a atone building , soon. . . The Babtok County Democrat is five years old and still growing in size. A brother of Mrs. Simon Gano was killed at Mulvane, last-week, by an accident on tne raiiroaa. - Great Bend is agitating the question nf hnldincr a mass meetinir to discuss mattprs of imnortance to the city. A good idea. . . Mrs. A. S. Houck and children ar rived from Emporia a few days ago, which accounts for the smiling coun tenance now worn by Mr. Houck. The farmers are very much encour aged ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 18 April 1889

ESTABLISHED 1872. Pharmacist, Drugs, Paints, Glass, Books, Stationery and ' :- CORNER - LOTS. -: FIRST VISIT TO KANSAS! The Ladies' Aid Society of the M. E. Church has the pleasure to announce the engagement of the world-famed . ' JUDILEECIWCEnO! - From Fisk Uneversiry, Nashville, Tennessee. For one of their Inimitable Concert. THIS IS THE ORIGINAL COMPANY, That devoted over $150,000 of it nings to the building of the Flak University; that made two wonderfully success ultours abroad. IM i virM, oueens and Prime Ministers, and that Sbrial invitation for Presidenta Grant, Hayes,' Garfield and Arthur. "I never so enjoyed mnslc" Bev. Charles H. tonches-it takea bold,-Crown Frince of Germany. ... Tbeir sonpi open the fountain ol tears. Kev. Tueo. L. Cuyler. D. I. At M. E. CHURCH, APRIL 90, 1889. 8P.M. Admission, 30 cents. Tickets on sale at Bhaw's Drug Store. LOCAL NEWS. Now watch the corn grow. Go and hear the "Jublee Singers,' on the 26th. Easter Sunday, next Sunday. Boys, gather up th...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 18 April 1889

. -tmcomnmatcaUon for mis paper snonm tlS2DrMl.by ' tie aathor; wS2 Cof2l.,ltl1 f1 the writer! uy a one side of the paper. Be Ptlcnlarlycarefnl In srlvlns? numu mA AmtZ? let and figures puia and JLONF. TTOT T OW- Tr4 TVtII if tbs Dswrnve ' " ' ---- - .- . .. of Love .and Adventure, . By Jakcs M. Mxbjuxi autbok or "Bogus Bxu "Fishm Joa"i .ajtd :- & paper Company. CHAPTER XIX. XT1HUX l. Mother, X will obey you in all things right, bat yon most not, speak harshly of Austin Wentword." K - - MMnsnt If" with a sharp intonation. "Well, well, has it come to this that 1 am tc be . defied in my own r house and by my own daughter! .Whorls, this ' yventword, I should like to ask, that h must be treated with such immaculate re- gardl Nothing but a low mechanic, with no thought above a saw and Jack-plane. I think" "Mother!" 44 I will go on,' and you shall not ; stop me otiXQ. Iye ' had my say," insisted Mrs. Fenroy, growing hot with her own conceit. "Austin Wet word supposed that you would so...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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