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The Glasco Tribune from Glasco, Kansas • 25

Glasco, Kansas
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BIOGRAPHY OF BANDS IN KANSAS 21 second flat cornet; Al Haninger, solo flat cornet; Will Berch, flat cornet; Robert Kregher, second flat cornet; A. V. Holmes, third flat cornet; James Foltz, solo alto: 0. N. Ebersh, first alto; M.

E. Wallace, second alto; Phil Marts, first tenor; J. W. Gregory, second tenor; Ben Shields, baritone; W. H.

Angood, tuba; Dan Hank. tuba; John Harris, bass drum; Charles Harris, cymbals; Harry Deffenbaugh, snare drum; H. G. Willis, director and business manager. Osborne.

Osborne is located on the Solomon river in the northern part of Kansas and has two thousand inhabitants. This city is one of the best in Kansas, surrounded as it is, by the most beautiful and valuable farming and grazing country on the Solomon river. THE OSBORNE CORNET BAND was organized in the spring of 1886 with C. A. Richolson as leader.

The band has thirteen members, including two ladies, both of whom are artists upon their separate instruments. The band took part In the contest held at Cawker City in 1886 and won first prize. The instrumentation at present is as follows: C. A. Richolson, solo flit cornet and leader; C.

W. Baldwin, first flat cornet; T. Young, second flat cornet; Miss Alice Richolson, solo alto; B. W. Bliss, first alto; George Brooks, second alto; J.

Hatfield, first tenor; Jno. Saxey, J. H. WILSON, No. 928 Arch St.

Philadelphia. BAND EQUIPMENTS, HELMETS, SHAKOS, CAPS, EPAULETTES, MUSIC POUCHES, BELTS, ETC. -)o(- Accouterments and trimmings for the Army and National Guard. Drums, Fifes and Equipments for Drum and Fife Corps..

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