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The Glasco Tribune from Glasco, Kansas • 28

The Glasco Tribune from Glasco, Kansas • 28

Glasco, Kansas
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22 BIOGRAPHY OF BANDS IN KANSAS. Leaders and Bandmen Send for our new catalogue of BAND INSTRUMENTS. Get our prices and be convinced that we are selling lower than any house in the United States. DETROIT MUSIC COMPANY. CHARLES BOBZIN, HARRY R.

WILLIAM. Detroit, Michigan, Sole agents for BERDAN, BAEM AND IDEAL Band Instruments. second tenor; Miss Nellie Richolson, baritone; Amos Bicholson, tuba; Richard Ham, tuba; Geo. Lipton, snare drum; M. E.

Smith, bass drum. Oxford. Oxford is located in the southern part of Kansas, in Sumner county and has nine hundred inhabitants. THN OXFORD CITY BAND was organized January 15, 1887, with ten members and has been prosperous beyond all expectations, The instrumentation is as follows: W. P.

Griffin, flat cornet and musical director; Joe Young, flat cornet; Mack Mills, flat clarionet; Ed Sleigh, alto; Thomas Lucas, alto; Wm. Buckels, tenor: Fred Shoop, tuba; Ed Frink, baritone; Melvin Collins, bass drum Olathe. Olathe is located in the eastern part of Kansas in Johnson county, population of three thousand. three hundred. THE OLATHE JUVENILE BAND was organized February 14, 1887, with the following instrumentation: John Wright, flat cornet and leader; Will Saunders, flat clarionet; S.

C. White, solo flat cornet; Harry Carpenter, first flat cornet; Mark Lovell, second flat cornet; Ed Pettigrew, solo alto; Fred.

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