[BROTHER OF HARRY PEARCE AND FRED W. FARRAR]
Arkansas City, Kansas.
Note: Put “Geo. Farrar” as “AcLeader” as it is hard to tell what he became.
Arkansas City Republican, October 3, 1885.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Farrar, accompanied by Geo. Farrar, brother of H. P. and F. W. Farrar, arrived from Maine Monday.
Arkansas City Republican, Saturday, September 11, 1886. From Wednesday’s Daily.
Hose Company No. 2. organized last evening with twenty-two members, viz: T. C. Gage, Will J. Kimmel, F. E. Barnett, Joseph Bell, F. M. Hollenbeck, Will B. Edwards, Jay Fairclo, John D. Mott, James Williams, Geo. Farrar, Fred Bell, Wm. Baxter, P. W. Myers, Jay Deming, Andy Delzell, E. J. Hoyt, Geo. B. Love, Julius Behrend, E. O. Stevenson, Al. Heitkam, Guy Sparks, R. Hurbet. The following officers were elected by ballot: President, Julius Behrend; Treasurer, Geo. Farrar; Secretary, T. C. Gage; Foreman, Geo. Love; Assistant Foreman, P. W. Myer.