Unclaimed Letters, 23 April 1885, Medicine Lodge, Barber County, Kansas Barber County, Kansas.  

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The Medicine Lodge Cresset, April 23, 1885.

Letter List.

LIST OF LETTERS - Remaining in the Post Office at Medicine Lodge, Kansas, for the week ending April 23, 1885.

Alderman, W. S.

Berry, Pat

Brown, G. W.

Burk, W. H. (2)

Cattan, Ira

Charles, W. F. (2)

Chamberlain, Florence

Chrisholm, Victoria (2)

Chrisholm, Mary

Edwards, J. H.

Fivestom, M.

Fitzpatrick, John

Grimes, John

Green, Wm.

Gardner, John H.

Hamilton, R. S.

Hale, Wm. H.

Heck, W. D.

Jackson, H. B.

Updegrove, G.

James, Miss Dora

Jordan, Geo. B.

McCay, William

Miller, J. M.

Montgomery, J. W.

Munk, T. L.

Mastin, Cole

Niebaum, Hivman

Olds

Prachar, L.

Randolph, Wirt

Rothchild, J.

Reighard, J. D.

Roberts, James

Scott, Hattie

Scott, James M.

Swartz, C. L.

Thomas, J. D. (4)

Turner, Mr.

Zeakey, A. Y.

Parties calling for any of the above letters will please state they are advertised.

W. D. Van Slyke, P. M. (Post Master)


Also see:

Unclaimed Letters at the Medicine Lodge Post Office
The Medicine Lodge Cresset, July 17, 1879.

Unclaimed Letters at the Medicine Lodge Post Office
The Medicine Lodge Cresset, September 19, 1879.

Unclaimed Letters at the Medicine Lodge Post Office
The Medicine Lodge Cresset, August 31, 1882.

Unclaimed Letters at the Medicine Lodge Post Office
The Medicine Lodge Cresset, April 23, 1885.

Unclaimed Letters at the Medicine Lodge Post Office
The Medicine Lodge Cresset, April 30, 1885.

The Wild Waves: The Elm and Medicine Rivers Spread Devastation Through Their Valleys
The Cresset, Thursday, April 23, 1885.

23 April 1885
News Items
The Cresset, April 23, 1885.


Note by Shirley Brier: Back in the old days they didn't have house to house mail delivery, mail was all kept at the Post Office. When people came to town, they got their mail. Many times people lived so far out they didn't get into town for a month. This was the Post Office's way of saying "You Got Mail".


Thanks to Shirley Brier for finding, transcribing and contributing the above news article to this web site!

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