Two women employees wait on three unidentified customers in the dining room at Duffy's Hotel. The sign behind the cash register says, " ROOMS 50 cents, PURE APPLE CIDER, OYSTERS". Cigars are for sale as well.
Doctor William A. Barton. Photo circa 1905: Dr. Barton, doctor and druggist in Clay County. Lived in Newport area c.1885 - c. 1900, then in Bellevue until his death in 1922. He ran a pharmacy in Bellevue with his wife's step-father, William C. Hood. His store was destroyed in the 1906 tornado. Buried in Bellevue cemetery.
Ferry carrying horses and a wagon on the little Wichita River near Byers, TX around 1903. Noted on back of photo, "Wiley T. Taylor and youngest son Ervin Taylor(Monk), Sam Moore on wagon and (daughters?)"
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