Norton  County

Southwestern Business Directory, McKenney Publishing Co., 1889
 Norton, Norton County, Directory

Many thanks to Sheryl McClure for transcribing this!



The county seat of the county, from which it takes its name. A thriving town of about 2,000 inhabitants, nearly centrally located. All businesses are well represented. Several handsome brick business blocks have lately been built, and others are projected.

A. O. Anderson & Co., novelty store
W. J. Bower, furniture undertaking and musical instruments
W. K. Cannon, postmaster
Chicago Lumber Co., J. D. McChesney
Charles A. Ciekel, merchant tailor
Davis Bros., hardware and queensware
J. L. Drury, real estate
Grier House, J. J. Grier, proprietor
HARMONSON & GRIEB dealers in farm implements
Herren & Brewer, billiard hall
J. R. HODGEN commission merchant, dealer in butter, and egg and poultry
John Hole, exclusive boots and shoes
G. W. Houghton, merchant tailor
Iowa Restaurant, F. Shelp, proprietor
O. L. Jones, livery, feed and sale
Kalm Bros., dry goods and clothing
C. E. Kennedy, postoffice and book store
E. Kostomlatsky, general hardware, stoves and tinware
Lease Bros., meat market
C. S. Leonard, loans and insurance
Lockard Bros., real estate and loans
Milz & Garrity, shelf and heavy hardware
B. J. Morris, photographer
Moulton & Co., druggists
Moulton & Scott (George Moulton and Frank Scott) bottling works, wholesale dealer in champagne, cider and Mead Nerve Tonic, soda, pop, ginger, ale

Northwestern Christian College Association of Kansas
THE NORTON CHAMPION, J. W. Conway editor and proprietor
Norton County Bank, M. Heaton & Co.
Ogden & Smith, Harness and Saddle Emporium, best goods and lowest prices
C. M. Poe, photographer, in and outdoor work
C. W. Posson, livery and feed stable
C. J. Puffer, general merchandise
A. M. Reeves, jeweler
RENO & GREENWOOD City Meat Market
Robinson Bros., dealers in groceries, provisions and full line confectionery
MRS. J. ROTH, millinery
C. F. Shuincall, general merchandise
Sicher Mercantile Co., general merchandise, wholesale and retail
E. H. Smith & Co., groceries, flour and feed
J. Snyder & Son, oyster bay
N. J. Spencer & Co., meat market
A. J. Stybr, general merchandise
Thompson Bro., bakery and lunch room
VINING NEVILLE & CO., billiard hall
H. C. White, real estate, attorney, notary and collections
Dr. R. E. White, druggist, cor Main and Kansas ave
Windsor Hotel, J. A. Reynolds proprietor, $2.00 per day
Wright Bros., furniture and groceries
S. C. Youngman, druggist and physician


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