Monthly Archives: March 2013

Pacific Elevator

W. S. Williams is the energetic proprietor of the Pacific elevator, with a capacity of 20,000 bushels, located on the Missouri Pacific railroad, this city. All kinds of grain and seeds are bought and shipped by Mr. Williams, and the … Continue reading

Stinebaugh, George D.

George D. Stinebaugh. Perhaps no business has more rapidly and distinctly developed in Kansas within the last two decades than that of real estate and exchange through a reliable agency. It has become a popular and convenient form of business … Continue reading

Way, T. P.

T. P. Way, real estate and loan agent, located at 132 South Main street, commenced business April 1st, 1898. He has been a resident of Kansas for thirty-one years and knows every farm in Franklin county. He has travelled the … Continue reading


F. W. Baker, proprietor of Baker’s popular restaurant, corner of Main and First streets, has been serving short orders at this same stand for twelve years. Fresh fish and roast beef are among his specialties. Oysters are served in all … Continue reading

Detwiler’s Cafe

Prominent among the eating houses of this city, one which has gained merited reputation by serving the public satisfactorily since it was established in 1908, iS the above café, located at 120 Tecumseh. Short orders are serve ? and a … Continue reading

Elwell, C. E.

C. E. Elwell has one of the most popular and prosperous short order restaurants in the city, located at the corner of Main and Third streets. He serves to order the best viands the market affords, including fish, oysters and … Continue reading

Farmer’s Restaurant

One of the best places to eat in the city is the Farmer’s Restaurant, located at the corner of Third and Main Streets. While this business is one of the latest additions in this line in Ottawa it has become … Continue reading

Fulton, G. W.

G. W. Fulton conducts a very popular short order restaurant at 236 North Main. He also owns and operates the Home Bakery, furnishing all supplies in the line. Valuable improvements have been made to the appearance of this house. Mr. … Continue reading

Magill, L. C.

L. C. Magill, who has been a resident eleven years and connected with the REPUBLICAN ever since, succeeded W. H. Rice as proprietor of the restaurant and confectionery at 211 South Main street, four months ago. The meals, luncheons and … Continue reading

Thompson, John

John Thompson has a short order restaurant at 233 South Main street, where meals as you like them, short orders, fish and game in season, oyster, etc., are served in the most palatable styles. Confectionery and fruits are carried in … Continue reading