[LIBERTY TOWNSHIP 1881:
J. S. Service, age not given. No spouse indicated.
FROM THE NEWSPAPERS.
James G. Service...
Winfield Courier, June 12, 1874.
Mr. Service of New York City has been here on a visit to his brother, James G. Service, for a week past and expresses himself highly pleased with our county.
Winfield Courier, October 29, 1874.
Mr. James G. Service has gone to New York to spend the winter.
Winfield Courier, January 13, 1876.
The New York Weekly Witness of a recent date contains more than a column of description of Cowley County. It was from the COURIER and furnished by J. G. Service, of this place, who is now at Dansville, New York. As a result, hundreds of letters of inquiry about the county are being received by us and others in the county.
Arkansas City Traveler, August 14, 1878.
CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATES: R. L. WALKER, NATHAN HUGHES, W. P. HACKNEY, E. A. HENTHORN, H. H. SIVERD, R. R. TURNER, S. P. STRONG.
CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATE ALTERNATES: L. W. SPACH, E. G. GRAY, J. H. GILLELAND, D. C. STEVENS, W. B. NORMAN, HARVEY SERVICE, G. L. GALE.
J. L. Service...
[COMMUNICATION FROM T. A. WILKINSON: NEW RAILROAD.]
Winfield Courier, September 4, 1879.
WICHITA, AUG. 20, 1879.
J. L. Service is the conductor on the supply-train running from Wichita to the Junction.
E. Service of Prairie Home schoolhouse...
[NEW SALEM CORRESPONDENT: “OLIVIA.”]
Winfield Courier, May 11, 1882.
A few Salemites attended Sunday school and Mr. E. Service of Prairie Home schoolhouse on last Sunday and report their school in a flourishing condition and they appreciated the kindly way in which they were entertained. They expect to be favored with the presence of Rev. Cairns of Winfield on the 30th.
Harvey Service, Dexter...
DEXTER NEWS. “MOSS ROSE.”
Winfield Courier, Thursday, April 16, 1885.
Another new store in Dexter. Mr. Harvey Service and Mr. Grey are the proprietors. Mr. Service has moved in the house formerly occupied by Mr. Walker. Still we boom.
See item above (April 16, 1885) which mentions Harvey Service and “Mr. Grey” as proprietors of new store in Dexter. Next item mentions Service and “Gary”...
[NEXT ITEM FAILED TO MENTION PLACE AND CORRESPONDENT.]
Winfield Courier, Thursday, October 8, 1885.
Building still continues. Messrs. Service & Gary are building quite an addition to their store.