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R. F. Roberts

                                                        Windsor Township.
Winfield Courier, April 24, 1884.
The Republican convention of Cowley County met according to call at the Opera House in Winfield on Saturday, April 19, 1884, at 11 o’clock a.m.
                Windsor: S. B. Sherman, R. F. Roberts, J. C. Hendrickson, W. L. Koons.
Winfield Courier, July 17, 1884.
A delegate convention of the Republicans of Cowley County convened in the Opera House, Winfield, on Saturday, July 12th.
WINDSOR. Delegates: Evan James, R. F. Roberts, W. S. Koons, H. F. Hicks.
Alternates: James Lundy, James Rowe.
Winfield Courier, August 7, 1884.
                                          Organization of Blaine and Logan Club.
Pursuant to notice the committee appointed to organize a Cowley County Blaine and Logan Club met at the COURIER office at 2 o’clock p.m., July 19, 1884. T. H. Soward was elected President, J. R. Sumpter, Secretary, and W. J. Wilson, Treasurer. The following gentlemen were elected vice-Presidents of the Club.
                                                      Windsor, R. F. Roberts
Arkansas City Traveler, Wednesday, August 27, 1884.
On motion of W. P. Hackney, committee on credentials was appointed: W. P. Hackney, Wm. Trimble, C. W. Bailey, Thos. Walker, R. F. Roberts, A. W. Carr, J. R. Cottingham.
The following gentlemen were selected from the different townships to carry out the object of the resolution.
Beaver, J. R. Sumpter; Bolton, J. D. Guthrie; Cedar, Alec Groose; Creswell, C. T. Atkinson; Dexter, S. H. Wells; Fairview, Wm. White; Liberty, Justice Fisher; Maple, Ed Morse; Ninnescah, A. J. Worden; Otter, A. A. Mills; Pleasant Valley, D. S. Sherrard; Richland, Capt. Stuber; Rock, S. P. Strong; Sheridan, Barney Shriver; Silver Creek, H. Smith; Spring Creek, I. N. Darnell; Tisdale, Hugh McKibben; Vernon, Oscar Wooley; Walnut, S. E. Burger; Windsor, R. F. Roberts; Winfield 1st ward, W. J. Wilson; Winfield 2nd ward, T. H. Soward; Harvey, R. S. Strother; Silverdale, J. J. Estus.
Winfield Courier, August 28, 1884.
The county convention met pursuant to call, and was called to order by D. A. Millington, chairman of county central committee. After the reading of the call by the secretary, E. A. Henthorn, of Silver Creek Township, was nominated for temporary chairman and E. G. Gray, of Creswell Township, for temporary secretary.
On motion of W. P. Hackney the following committee on credentials was appointed:

W. P. Hackney, Wm. Trimble, C. W. Bailey, Thos. Walker, R. F. Roberts, A. W. Carr, and J. R. Cottingham.
The report of the committee on credentials was then submitted, and the following parties reported as entitled to seats in the convention.
WINDSOR. J. A. Irwin, R. F. Roberts, L. H. Phenis, B. H. Clover.
Mr. Roberts, of Windsor, nominated Judge Gans for probate judge, and Hon. C. R. Mitchell presented D. P. Marshall. Mr. Gans was nominated on the first ballot by a vote of 88 to 11.
                                                           LAND SLIDES.
Winfield Courier, Thursday, March 26, 1885.
Cambridge Town Company to R. F. Roberts, lot 4, block 11, Cambridge. $25.00.
                                                           LAND SLIDES.
Winfield Courier, Thursday, June 25, 1885.
The following are the real estate transfers, filed in the office of Register of Deeds yesterday.
               R F Roberts and wife to E H Long, lots 1 and 2 in blk 19, Cambridge: $850
                                        CAMBRIDGE AND VICINITY. “H.”
Winfield Courier, Thursday, August 20, 1885.
R. F. Roberts is in the east recuperating his failing health.
                                                       CAMBRIDGE. “H.”
Winfield Courier, Thursday, September 10, 1885.
R. F. Roberts, who has been visiting in Missouri, has returned home and is greatly improved in health.
                                                OTTER VALLEY. “JESSE.”
Winfield Courier, Thursday, January 21, 1886.
M. D. Foster and lady took New Year’s dinner with R. F. Roberts in Cambridge.


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