Kansas History and Heritage Project-1889 Morton Co. Business Directory

1889 Morton Co. Business Directory




FROM THE 1889 SOUTHWESTERN BUSINESS DIRECTORY, PUBLISHED BY THE McKENNEY DIRECTORY COMPANY, DENVER:

RICHFIELD
MORTON COUNTY. A postal town in the extreme southwestern part of the State.

- Abbott, district judge
S Armstrong, barber
Bank of Richfield, C Theis president, L Craig cashier
J Bedleman, grocer
Borter & Co, meat market
- Bowers, physician
E M Bradley, harness
Bull & Rogers, lumber
H S Bunting, clothing retail
M Burchsted, mayor
Campbell & Walker, grocers
- Coe, public school
Conklin & Kenedy, real estate
C Coon, restaurant
Cooper & Bursted, general store
L H Cox, retail implements
- Evans, city marshal
J M Foster & Co, real estate
W A Fowler, grocer
Jones & Christ, physicians
J Kelly, sheriff
The Leader, Leader Publishing Co
Little & Fusselman, hardware
W R Little, abstracter
G H Logan, dry goods
McCristy & Trease, grocers
Miller & Co, druggists
Morton County Bank, E C Mitchell resident, J Robinson cashier
Morton & Elliott, grocers
New Deming Hotel, C Evins proprietor
J F Pickeral, druggist
Porter & Co, butchers
Public Schools, - Coe principal
Rader & McCaffrey, general store
C S Reed, livery
Dave Rerick, livery
D D Sayer, attorney and probate judge
H Seanor, lumber
Spotswood & Northcut, real estate
R A Stansburg, contractor
F Stevens, postmaster
J Taylor, attorney
Gus Trickus, shoemaker
E C Troutwine, contractor
A Voelzel, bakery
John Wester, county clerk
G W Whealley, furniture
Windsor Hotel, Taylor & Co proprietors
J Wolf, billiard hall.




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