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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 18 April 1889

AN' UNFORTUNATE WIT. How a Hooslera little Game Was BpoQed by a Fellow from Missouri. Jim Frank Bell, an Indiana village wit, while in Chicago the other day, found much amusement at the Eden Musee, He cared nothing for the groups of historical personages, nor for the music, but was greatly taken with the naturalness of the wax figure of a tramp that stands in the front corridor. A humorous idea occurred to Jim Frank BelL "I will," he mused, "have some fun right here. I will play a trick that will tickle Ab Tucker and Tobe Walker an' the other fellers mighty nigh to death when I git back home an' tell 'em about it. I will pass myself off for one of these here wax folks." While no one was looking he took a leaning position against the wall, and stood with downcast eyes. Two young women came in. "That's quite a natural figure," said ne of them, pointing at BelL "I don't know," the other one re plied. "His mustache looks as if the hairs might have been put in with a pegging-awL" " "Yes,...

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. — 18 April 1889

THE; BARTOH COUHTY DEM.DCRAT. WILL E. STOKE, IScHtrOr- fund Froprietor, . . (Office ia Opera Block) ' GREAT BEND, : KANSAS ' BUSINESS CARDS. ATTOKN3EYS. C a?. DIFFENBACIIEK, f D.A.BANTA ". DirrsmciEsiBisii, I Ilttorncys at Law ' CXBeein Allen-Habbard Block rooms 9 sod 11.' ; THEO.CLCQLE. ELRICK.C COLK Comity Attorney. OOIiE BROTHERS, 'ATTORNEYS AT LAW ' - - Office in Court House.'.! V afirCDunsel In German by Theo. C Cola. " r J. RICHCREEK, Illfac at Law and Notary Public. . ' Office over Moss' Grocery Store, GREAT BEND, - . - KAS. . J. H. JENTSTSON, !fLttorxxeyat-liiTni Quick Farm Loans at Low Hates i Missouri lands to Exchange for Kansas lands. RO0M ZYMOSES BROS. BLOCK. D. J. NEWTON, NOTARY PUBLIC. Bfom 4 Moses Bros. Block. PHYSICIANS. A. Y. McCormick, IP&yslclan - and - Surgeon. ? Office over Dodge 'b Hardware store, porthwest cor. La Fayette Park. ' GREAT BEND, - - KANSAS. SHAW h ZLiIGHTFOOOr, : PSYSICIAMS AHD 5UR.E0KS. ,' OFFICE, noons 2 AND 3, Moses BrosBlock HOTELS AND RE...

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. — 25 April 1889

BARTON COUNTY DEHOSRAT! .7':f ' ' ' - " . . . . - ' - " . ' . ;r ' " . ' - ' " ' " ' " OFFICIAL PATER OF BARTON COUNTY. VOLUME VI. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1889. NUMBER 4. t - n " . I h iS c i 1THE "WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily News. WASDISGTON NOTES. Commssiosib Tajib, of the Pension TBureau, received during the first week of April 60,731 letters and otfeer pieces of Tmail matter pertaining: to the business of his office and last week he received 69,000 pieces. '.This accounts for delays in -'answering correspondence. Red- Cix-ttd, the Sioux chief, called on President Harrison on the 17th, He was in Washington to secure the payment of - $23,000. for a. lot of pom3 taken by United States troops in 13 .a The President has appointed Edward S. ILacey. of Michigan, Comptroller of the -Currensv. Aiiosg those who called on the Presi dent on the 19th were Senator Plumb, of : Kansas, and ex-Sehator Henderson, of Missouri. j. A. recently appointed ' United States Minis...

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. — 25 April 1889

TIIE DARTOn COUtiTY DEMOCRAT. w-1- BTOSX, Editor ft Proprietor. GREAT BEND. - KANSAS, DECORATIVE ART. Great All-Around Progress Made Daring the Put Twenty-live Years. Art that is essentially decorative has a natural analogy with essentially lyr ical poetry, a iorm 01 versincauon once chosen, the necessary conditions of meter and rhvme become to the poet, as the qualities of his material to the artist, opportunities, not re strictions; not only opportunities for beauty of meter and rhyme, but for an emphasis on the utterance of his thought not attainable outside that form of verse. lie is no poet who finds rhyme and meter hamper his imagin ation, nor is he who is not inspired by the conditions of his material a deco rator. From the exalted position as sumed to-aay Dy realistic painung. decorative, art seems to run some risk of being shouldered into an altogether secondary and insignificant place. It can only be saved by its material, as poetry by its lyrical qualities from the assump...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 25 April 1889

THE BARTQ.'l COUNTY DEMOCRAT. W. S. STOX2, Editor, Pfropxlstox. HEAT BEND, - - - - KANSAS LONE HOLLOW; Or, Thfl Peril'Of-ttftPenioysL Thrfnff and. Romantlo Story of Love and Adventure. . 1 V feT JAJCE3 K." MXBBJXI AdHOB OJ t BOGUS Oihxb Stories. ir.nrmrinhl. 1883. tm thA A JVL KtLLoaV XtU' saner. Castsasir.1 .fti- -I CHAPTER XXL CownwuEJJ. It was highly necessary that he should peedily get his hand into the rich coffers of the late Morgan Vandible; once thus, -and he felt that he could bid defiance to all -dan per. & v Hurriedly he walked from the spot, ac companied by the twins. Once more a con sultation was held in the front room of the cabin with Mother Cabera as one of the auditors. ' X "It is for tho benefit of all concerned that you go from this place," concluded Captain fitarbrigfit, after a long and earnest talk. "Go west, anywhere to be out of this neighborhood.". . '' r' , 44 A nice plan," cackled Mother Cabera. "I'm onto your tricks, Cap'n." ' "Then you refuse to go?"...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 25 April 1889

THE 0M1TH EC'JIflf CPKOCHAL WH-Li E. STOKE, gdltor mLoxX Propri etor, Entered m second elan matter at the Great Bend Ifr. postofftce. 0XLAH01IA. i The new country is opened, and we might say settled. At high noon, on the 22d, the rush for lands began. The first train on the Santa Fe reached Guthrie a little before one on the 22d, and when a rush was made to secure town lots and the boomers found that almost every lot in the half section reserved for town lots was taken the air was mighty blue in those diggin's. It appears that a sufficient number of favored ones had got into the town ahead of all competitors by being ap pointed as deputy marshals, B. B. employees, etc These men were large ly republican schemers and leaders from all over the United States, who obtained their privileges through "in fluence" with high-muck-a-mucks in control of the opening. Of course it is to be hoped that there will be little bloodshed and that the new land will be settled by peaceable citizens; but t...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 25 April 1889

ESTABLISHED 1872. Pharmacist, Drugs, Paints, Glass, Books, Stationery and :- CORNER-LOTS.-: LOCAL SEWS. Corn is coming up. Horne bills printed while you wait, at this office. See R. A. Ewalt & Co'a new ad., and profit thereby. Blank bills of sale for sale at this ffice, a penny a piece. There is promise of a good crop of all kinds of small fruits. A Kansas, password: "Another glorious rain this week." So the announcement of J. H. Harper & Co. on this page. New notions and fresh bread every day, at C. M. Smith's variety store. Spring chickens are ripe, and quite a number are noticed in the market. Get your blank service notes, for stallions, at this office; also stock leins. Photographs taken in all kinds of weather, at Halladay's opposite post office. . Now trot out your strawberries and ice cream. Harvest time will soon be here. We often gain a laugh by saving a good thing, and we gain esteem by 'doing one. A good "way to prevent bleeding at the noose, keep it out of other ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 25 April 1889

.-ltAn communications lor tnls paper moms M uoompuied by the name of the authors got necessarily for publication, trat as an -ri-encc of good faith on the part of the writer; Writo only on one side of the paper Ba particularly earefnl giving names and dates lUsUncw aJld figures plalasnd THE ATTIC . The attio holds such lot of things Bty extra marbles, halls and strings,-, A warming nan behind the door. - i And be ani spread out noon the floor. "With ears of corn bung on the wall, That I shall reach whenlamtalL And It all smells o-oneeBAnd sood.. Like some piece of rare foreign wood. Then on the nans some clothes are hung ' - A cloak I bad when I was young. . . Grandfather's vest and tall white hat. - A thing I often wondered at r l K And further past the shoes and boots, Regular clothes and all in suits. Vre never known why they hang there. Why we don't take them down to wear. When It is dark by half-past Ave. - They almost seem to ldok alive;"!. . r? f And then I'm glad to help get...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 25 April 1889

PLANTING. Planting, In pain and Weakness." Good seed in the ground so bare. The sad tears, falling, number The grain that 1 planted there; There, in the ground so fallow, With never the sun to warm, TJnder the snow's deep cover, . Beat on by sleet and storm. Till the failing limbs grow numbed Yet wearily plodding on. Scattering still tho seedlings. Patiently, one by one. Lifting eyes to the leaden. Cheerless, gray-hned Bides, Rifting and renting its dullness, A transcept vision lies; Away and awny over hillsides, - Waving fields of grain. Is the harvest planted in salness, In weakness and in pain; And seeing with sight immortal, The rains of Heaven which fell, Germinating the seedlings. Were the tears I could not quell. -Eana Miller Sheldrake, in Good Housekeeping. MY PET. - t A Small Orang-outang and His Amusing Tricks. If you were asked, reader, to guess what my pet is, or rather who he is for he is. I hope, important enough to admit of my dispensing with the neu ter gender I am s...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 25 April 1889

Ul BABT08 COOSn DEMOCRAT. t- WTLJ, E. STOKE. I3dU.tx and Proprietor, "(Office in Opera Block) jSREATBEND, : KANSAS BUSINESS CARDS. ATTOBNKYS. t . , ; C V. DXFFEXBACHEB, P. A. BANTA it oracys at Xaa-c7 Office In Allen-II ubbard Block "rooms 9 and 11. snso. a cole, klriok.c. cole i County Attorney. COIE BRbTHERS, Iattorneys at law " Office In Court House. V-yCouneI In Gernisn by The. C Cole. 'I J. R1CHCREEK, kflornej at Law and Nciary Public. Office over Moss' Grocery Store, I,...,.Vt i-w , GBEAT BEND, , KAS1. V J. H. JENJNTISON, lattorney-at-Law, jQaick Farm Ijoans at Low Rates I Missouri lands to Exchange for ' . Kansas lands. OOM MOSES BROS. BLOCK. D. J. NEWTON, AT IliAW, NOTARY PUBLIC. Bom 4 Moses Brcs. Block. physicians. A. Y. McCormick, Physician - and - Surgeon. ,i Office over Dodge's Hardware store, inorthwest cor. La Fayette Park. I GBEAT BEND. - - KANSAS, t : SHAW h uaHTFora, FH7SICIAN3 AM JIUEOU. OFFICE, ROOE1S 2 AND 3, Moses Bros Block HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. JOSEPH TROILL...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 25 April 1889

uruajr. r iiqjkadins ia.fioiouriiin-in Okl conven 1 u SUPPLEMENT. Barton Go: Democrat; '-'" THURSDAY APlilL, 25.' ..'' ..-! . .. - . - - -: ' .1 r ADDITIONAL LOIUL NEWS. Its a wise child that goes put of the room to laugh wheu the old man bits his thumb a whack. J Sherniulias rinrSvldfLjs gouijfio tbieUyfVuJ pity4arjd will wake this Uialiome fj xj.-g '" " - - 5 1 James W.&rDJtfafiF''JiM8d bis residence property,-near-tbe- MrrE. church, to Henry WildgeuT Gyit long- life ot nnal joyed happt' uess--HoiMngton Ditpatch. ; a "e;I)EM6cRAT. iiis u itb" theWany friends of Dr. G.iL in w ishing for Kiin aul bis young bride the very best thai the world affnrds. ; - H ;;.:.v , yJ Dj CJ Ltice of Great Bend, has been attending court tLis week.', Mr. Luce is an active and -eu tbuiasf ic member Jack rabbits are said, to bjuriueunJIy oct Aaswers to the Dier' Probleinf Editor Democrat j-i -" S'fiua I herewitbrTtffnVsolhtion of prob lem -In Democrat, d ou bt i ng not but what I am' off -h thousand ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 25 April 1889

year if our school will close for the summer va- tended. Father Jelds, I believe, age of wheat in the ground than there TCas last year, and that it ia in a fine "" : fjffhftftl TrfTti Report of oar city schools for month ndiag April 6tn, IKS?.. , Bish school, Ui84nith teacher,... 29 A aranunar. Palmer 44 ...ZS B grammar, " Bridges 44 . . .41 C grammar, " lleGrew 44 ...SO D grammar, 14 Cobun " ...47 A primary (east) Miss SU wart teacher 83 A " (west) Reynolds 44 45 B 44 (east) 44 Allison 44 82 B 44 (west) 44 Miller " 44 C 44 (east) 44 Bearden 44 43 C 44 (west) 44 McDowell 44 61 D 44 (east) 44 Long 44 71 J 44 (west) 44 Beeco 44 ta AVKKAOJt .DAILY ATTKHDANCX. - High school 27, . A grammar 88, B grammar 84, C grammar 42, D gram mar 89, A primary 64, B primary 64, C primary 78, D primary 93. r U umber of pupils absent, 257; No. of days lost on account of sickness, 445; No. of days lost from other causes, 218; total number of days lost 683; number of pupils tardy, 40; time lost by tardi n...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 2 May 1889

COUNTY DEMOCRAT. f .. r OFFICIAL PAPER OF BARTON COUNTY. VOLUME VI, GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1889. NUMBER 5. ft ' I- 3TEE WOBLD AT LAKGE. ;3ummary of the Daily News. WASHINGTON NOTES. VDURING March past 29,805 immigrants came to the United States, 30,931 during JMarch. 188S. Treasurer Hyatt has returned to "Washiugtou from New York. He says - that the counters at the sub-treasury are forging ahead at a rapid rate and are now ; handling about $15,000,000 of gold a day. He expects that the count there will be ..concluded by May 4. The crowd of offlce-seeker3 about the " White House continues very large, but -only a favored few are admitted to Presi dent Harrison's presence. - The. Secretary of State has been in formed thatltussia will send delegates to '.-the marine conference which is to meet at " Washington ou October 16 next. Minister Denby reports to the State ; Department that the Emperor of China .assumed the reins of government March 4. Secretary Blaine, who has bee...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 2 May 1889

TuiCTJCH G0D3TY EECOCRAt. TO3B, Editor ft Proprietor. GREAT END. - - - . KANSAS '.. ' DANGEROUS EXPERIMENT. A "Word of Caution to Wires Wlio Object y . to the Smoking Habit. " A woman, whom she once met on the train, told Lydia Jackson Lam pnere now jshe kept her husband from Bmokingf. . "On our wedding" day," she -said, "I made what I called a declara tion of principles to my husband. . said to him that it was my purpose to make his conduct my guide in all re- spects; that in our family there would ha winM tw.lr f.1,molf aViMiM be right for me." You see what was coming. "One evening' supper was .over, the shades drawn and the lamp lighted, and we were seated for an my husband took up his pipe for an evening" smoke. Seeing this, I calmly drew from my pocket a pipe, which began to fill with tobacco exactly as he was doing". As he proceeded, so did L I coolly scratched a match, lighted the pipe and took a whiff.11. Well, as the woman told Lydia the story the husband of course gave up....

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. — 2 May 1889

THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. W. Z. STOXK, Xditor Proprietor. GREAT BEND, - - KANSAS. LONE HOLLOW; Or, Toa Pcrfl of tts - Penroys. C . Thrilling and Romantic Story of Love and Adventure. BT JAMZ8 M. MTBBTT.T ACTHOB OT "BOOT Bill," "FlSHKB JOI" ABB " Othsb STOBIXS. ' ' paper Cotfipany. CHAPTER XXIV. A SHOT TKOIC AMBUSH. Several days later. ,--" ' ' Two forms stood in the shadow of some trees not manv rods from the great house at Lone Hollow. It seems so strange t hat a cloud should hare come between us, Austin," said Brace, as she leaned confidingly against bis rhoulder and glanced up into his brave, lark eyes. , "There is perfect trust now, darling," JBturned the young mechanic. "I was to )lame entirely" Bhe stopped his lips with a soft band. "Not a word like that, Austin." I know Jhat I was hasty as welL Let it pass. "I .have other troubles now." "Other troubles, dear!" . ' "About poor grandpa's wilL" "But why should, that trouble you, 5 race! He left every thing to you, I under-: . ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 2 May 1889

- c-. :-V-- tmiMRTOir C80HTK DEWOCfiAT; WILL E. STOKE, Editor Ebzicl Proprietor, , t ' (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. , PUBLISHED WEEKLY s, TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. - One yew 51 Si 8lx months Three months 00 Entered as second class matter at the Great Bend gsnwss, postoffiee. HTAI1 advertisements or communications, to ob tain an insertion in the Dkhochat, most be banded in by Wednesday noon of each wtek, at the very latest. - Pigs in clover real estate rustlers in Oklahoma. Prohibition was defeated in Massa chusetts, on April 22d, about 45,000 of a majority was cast against it. Kansas' county superintendents of public instuction will hold their next annual meeting at Wichita on May 14th to 16th. Aekansas City merchants are said to have taken in over $300,000 from the Oklahoma boomers who purchased out fits and supplies there. The young men of this are ing in appearance, and are uned for gazing; they do not have a lamp post to keep themselves perpendicular. As is rig...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 2 May 1889

LOCAL HEWS. lires of wealthy men raniad That by using printer Ink, We can die dd leave behind n Monatroue pile of golden "chink. Soda water is now on tap. Have you seen J. E. Indian' new sign? : East Lakin avenue is nw graded in fine style. Did we not tell you to keep up your stoves? - Notice Mrs. Lowry'g millinery open ing card elsewhere. Hon. F. A. titeckel was - up from Ellinwood, Monday. The cold rain was tough on young chickens and turkeys. Work has commenced on the repairs in the court house. When the days are bright get out and give your liver a chance. Candidates for county offices are beginning to do some rustling. Not all men are homeless, bat some men are home-less than others. ' The spring rains have put sod in splendid condition for breaking. Ness county voted $60,000 in bonds to build a sugar factory at Ness City. Sheriff Frank Wilson rode down the Santa Fe as far as Kansas City Satur day. i Wheat in Barton county will aver age 35 bushels to the acre this year, j Fact....

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 2 May 1889

OUH REPUBLIC. The Centennial Celebration of Its . v - Birth. - . aragvratloa of George Washington M "" President Hla Triumphant March frox Mount Vernon Brief III .graphical Sketch. N New York City April 80, 1789, George Washington was in auurated first Presi dent of the United States. As Ion? as the Nation exi s t s , says the Chicago Times, this day will henceforth be second only to the Fourth of July. Washlngxo n , after a week's jour ney from his home at Mount Vernon a dis tance now easily corered in five or six hours baa. arrived in New York: City April 23. The journey had been an oration, and his recep tions at various towns and cities had been most cordial and imposing. New York wel comed him as she had welcomed none be fore. The six never-to-be-forgotten days between his arrival and inauguration were devoted to the perfection of preparations for the Imposing ceremonial. The city opened its hospitable doors to the enter tainment of guests from all parts of the Union. The crush...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 2 May 1889

ONE 'DAY AT A TIME. v : - ". "Why hurry and worry. And liTe in a flurry, To irather In dollar and dime, , -When life will be sweeter, And true joy completer. By living one Jay at a time? The world that we live in, Rece.ve in, and Rive in. Hath many a beauteous clime; With treasure on treasure To add to man's pleasure. Created one day at a time. Why borrow grove sorrow To weep o'er to-morrow? To-morrow brings roses, not rime. Ah, then, how much better Then forging a fetter To live just one day at a time. Hope meets us love greets us. An 1 softly entreats us To rise from the dust and the grime; Not ruth up the mountain, But stop at love's fountain. And journey one day at a time. With leisure, seek pleasure, Joy's o'erflowinj? measure No headache, no heartache, no crime. Then the right tasH discerning. Just wages be earning. By toiling one day st i'me. Mrs. M. A. Kidder, in N. Y. Ledger. SANDY'S FORTUNE. An Episode of the Oil Regions in 1880. I was at Warren soon after the fa mous Cher...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 2 May 1889

BARTON- COUKTY DEMOCRAT, WILL fi. STOKE, - ," Editor ajacA IlProxDriotor, ; ' (Office in Open Block) VJlSJijAX JiillNlJ- KANSAS BUSINESS CARDS. ATTOBNEY8. C . DIFFENBACHEK, D. A. BANTA .Attorneys at Law ; Ofice In Allen-Hubbard Block rooms 9 and 11. IHEQ.CCOLE. - ELRIOK.C. COLB County Attorney. COLE BROTHERS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW ' Office In Court House. OJrOyuascl in German by Theo. C. Cole. J. RICHCREEK, 'Attorney - at Law and Hoiary Public, Office over Moss Grocery Store, . GREAT BEND, - - KAS. J.H. JEJSlNTSON, ilttorney-atXaa"TO Quick Farm Loans at Low Rates Kansas lands. R00M3, MOSES BROS. BLOCK. D. J. NEWTON, ATTORNEY AT, XAW, NOTARY PUBLIC. Bcom 4 Moses Bits. Block. PHYSICIANS. 1 . 'A. Y. McCoemick, Physician - and - Surgeon. . Office over Dodge's Hardware store, inorthwest cor. La Fayette Park. ; GREAT BEND. - KANSAS. SHAW & JLiIGHTFOOO:, . F2YSICIASS AND SU&fiEQHS. OFFICE, ROOKS 2 AND 3, Hoses Bros Block HOTELS AND EBSTATJBANTS. JOSEPH TROILLET, PROPRIETOR Trench - Rres...

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