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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 30 July 1887

S jsWvi-jF?ilK F&m $m i . 1V - "3V ,3r ZJ X Cf ,e r&t i K, ft fc $Mem Kansas $toM, OFFICIAL PAPER OF T1EGQ COUITY. .- m tr W. S. TILTON, - 7 - - - - Editor. Satdkday, July 30, 1887. Captaih Houston is making a newsy paper of the Golden Belt atGrinnelL Ralph Criswell is back at Gove City and in the newspaper harness, driv ing, as usnal, at a break-neck journalistic run. His new enterprise is called the Gove County graphic. f. Aitybody who can muster the .courage to discuss local politics in earn est in this kind of -weather is in -his element when he insists that straight fanning out here is the only legitimate basis pi existence. The Oakley Times thus tries its hands at the teeth-story business: "Dr. Keeney reports a new boy at Nelson Ja& person's, northwest of Oakley, last Sun day evening. The child had two front .teeth fully cut at birth. This is a freak few practitioners ever meet." At a ,big meeting in Oakley ltst .Monday night, the citizens nf that place, with only ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 30 July 1887

' - - iY '- '. &r t 'i'-T' " ;?- 'jm I&& mn-'m '&& ogat.,t,ah oozrscs. cour&ce to proceed thither unui now. ZUIA.TMM TOW30HTP. 8185 . AIL 3 12 24 96 221x1329 31 and 25 26 and 27 , fL St- 1" :'. TIME TABLX OT U. P. XXPBE98 TBXIKS. West No. 201 901 p. at. ' " No. 208... 12,38 P. k. " Way Freight. 5KA.ac Et No. 302 1-llx.u. " No.204 201P.K - Way Freight 6:30p. filled his regular school house in Og4iah, Kan., July 27, 1887. Ground moist. Cool evenings. Some parte need rain.. Government corners wrong. Mr. Johnson, of Gollyer, is in our town. Mrs. Miles Knapp was sick last Sunday. Albert Tawney has been at work on bis timber claim for some time past. Mrs. Harvey, of Big Creek, has been visiting friends northeast of Ogallah this week. Mrs. Conner, of Collyer, was visiting at Mr. and Mr&Robb's the, latter part of last week. An heir arrived at the home of Swan Loftstead last Sunday. Population on the increase. Mrs. Wilcox and her daughter, Mary, were visiting a pa...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 30 July 1887

PSt V"S? n ? !v " Si . -- .'v KSSTS gtn SiSSSPiaPSsSSSIHBffHSS jSjjH5fct -J v " - an WAa. . g?jj:gs;XErp-r$&sp&. $&&-- wt wAv w sAi V ; . CyCH risfe -., .. -s. K T & ,?l GENERAL. NEWS. Judge Lewis, of Sioux City, the prohi bitionist candidate for supreme court judge, lias declined because, as he says, he has con fidence in the republican parly to settle the temperance question. W. H. Minty, a clerk in the Missouri Pa cific ofllces at Lincoln, Nebraska, committed suicide because of a disappointment in a love affair. A baby at Aurora, Illinois, died from drinking water in which iiy-paper was soak in er. Rv leaving flv ooison around within easy reachone may catch the babies as well as the nies. ' Archbishop Walsh, of Dublin, has request ed the British government to . suspend further evictions until parliament has dis posed of the land bilL Bulgaria complains that its note to the powers asking approval of the election of Ferdinand to the throne revives nothing but ev...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 30 July 1887

HWTTW-fe - " -. .m mmmmM v 'sm: wki - .fcll&Sfft 4 --'&'gr jT-?;; JtsH' W-ffi- SEHwiT s 5 V- "3 if 5 "; THE LITTLE FOLKS. A IED-TIMX IOSG. Bway to and fro in the twilight gray, This is tho xerry for Shadowtown; It always Bails at the end of day, Just as the darkness is closing down. Best, little head, on my shoulder, so; A sleepy kiss is the only fare ; Drifting away from the world we go. Baby and I in the rocking-chair. Bee, where the fire-logs glow and spark, Glitter the lights of the Ehadowland; The winter rain on the -window hark I Are ripploa lapping upon its strand. There, where the mirror is glancing dim. A lake lies shimmering, cool and still; Bloasoms are waring above its brim Those over there on the window-sill. Bock slow, more slow, in the dusky light ; Silently lower the anchor down. Dear little passenger say, "Good-night," We've reached the harbor of Shadowtown. Lilian Dynevor Bice, in St. Nicholas, Th Gray Wolf. Our father and mother had gone to spend Thanksgiv...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 30 July 1887

tm i"$f3'"r 53 'SAJ. . VSS? -X&' ? wJv-t. r iryt ,- j.j " .t1 rSi . -n... 1 vw- TZ TTTZTTZ TZ T rf dt" j.1 A listen f aW OPPICIAl PAPER OP TKGO COURT. W. S. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, Jjjly 30, 1887. Ness jCity, twe see by the Sentinel, is to build a new school bouse. A gpod "blacksmiili -is :needed at Sharon Springs, the -.fcafrfcr cries. It is Herald-el "that he pity council of Phillipsburg has taken steps to stop the charivari business. Proper. I'm d d if I do;' I'm d-nl if I don't I'm Parallel, though, with a big P, and don't you doubt it I have a shot gun. ".Justici1 Wilson'. Anybody whd: says'U' perjured myself In swearing1 ttiat ,WaUace county is rfnqrgSn'd is IfirJiOl-chew him into mince"meat if I ever get an eye started on him. "'Justice?? Wilson.' i i Governor Martin and family elt Topeka on "Wednesday for Colorado Springs, Col., via the Santa Fe. We hope 'they will return by the way of the XJ. P., Kansas Division. ,The Toledo Commercial says tha Allen O. Meyers, the gr...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 30 July 1887

se';. e "fH.r&-GV -T r rw s:WS8WmKBRg&333n&f'rrr -V3K'5vwiLldBliyi A'3fF.3S?. i i ' I up i I i in h ' I'lilm I II PM'M hi milium ill k i ' MM &3t!$py i&ffibri'-l': ":!?S5t";" "3fc- " -' vVH 51 .- fc?- sW r tfM? ;C . TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. 4 ' Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. "CLOSE BROS. & 0. ' U. P. KAILEOAD TIKE TABUC. EAST 'WEST TuafcMail,, ,, 637AK 9:56pm Day Passenger...... l:38rH 158pm Freight...... f.'. 3:40 rx 11:25 am Passengers allowed by permit. rCOLITSTEB CAWINGS. Comteb, July 27, 1887. Good showers. Another storm. Intensely warm. Cutting corn fodder. Millet harvested to save it. Getting ready for the picnic. Potatoes will yield a fair crop. Oats yield better than expected. Some corn and sorghum look well. 115 in the sun yesterday afternoon. Squash vines mostly "gone to the bugs." Good rains along the Saline hayekept . the crops in fine condition. Douglas Webster returned Friday from his eastern trip, to remain about two weeks. E. H....

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 30 July 1887

Vi 'Srbfr'. wwtr t&m? tR -e.-5 S3, - 34M!r2i H.SBt2& a" OXD SAWS IN RHYME, BY J. C. DODGE. Actions speak Iondor than words over do ; You can't eat your cako and hold on to It, too. When tho cat is away, then the little mice play; Where there is a "will there la always a way. One's deep In the mud as the other in mire; Don't jump Irom tho frying-pan into the fire. Thore's no use crying o'er milk that Is spilt; No accuser is needed by conscience of guilt. There must be some fire wherever is smoke; The pitchergoes oft to the well till it's broke. By rogues falling out honest men got their due ; Whoever it fits, he mnBt put on the shoe. All work and no play will make Jack a dull boy; A thing of much beauty is ever a joy. A half lotf Is better than no bread at all ; And pride always goeth before a sod fall. Fast bi"d and fast find, have two strings to j r bow ; Contoiiuuent is better than riches, we know. Tho devil finds work for hands idle to do; A miss is as good as a'mile Is t...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 6 August 1887

r3"T v n; ..ipMiigMW: MIfiiilimMK U' -. I- ss-ur. -Tf,v. . j . .r v h w.H b a kib' - m' w ri 5Bibi mamtmi m. "ar7 - . t. . .t y-zovsyr t rt . rw v-- 7- -. Ma2 f- o .:-' --. - r-m- ir . i , ..v 1 -73T. wiBBBBkrW - ..-&. T yM. f 14. 'V t rV. far . rl "5Teaxly Sutosoriptioxi $2.00 STOCK WJkJ&MIJXC THE BASTS O .OXTR, INDUSTRHia Single Copy S Cents. kMr jJm3bV ssMJf MMm Msim 1Mb 8KVmB . iHS.Hm "'," -l w 9fe fwAlTJB ! fiVS &' I fi 'sHI siHBr -J KSsBMflHcSE&av wi"M5?3BMSC!.SMii?SjFBSjSfcM-Ssr -wTjSjpEsagsc BB - afc Hsfrfciii ' 9 "fc "a , .SSBrvBSST 1 35 'MIBl t ariL ,jgrs: m i .Sx"""' spSir' BBEBBgSSSSM3SM":wP -HBL - T w xjdHHI vmb ISSMSSSBraG85 - ' - 'ittaifciihBW i jPBSeBHBW I I B 1 1 1 HJBHHBHHw5" BBSSSBSSSSSSSSSB7' &CiAjSw I II B 1 1 1 JbbmhBbbhBc - BSlBBlBSSSSSSSSSSSSST . -. 1 z - - T. rfl-H E&. t'r- NINTH YEAE. FOR BARGAINS GO TO 2 . He Keeps Constantly on Hand the Best of Everything' in GROCERIES i DRY GOODS, AND SELLS BOTTOM! WILL ALWAYS PAT THB HIGHEST MEET...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 6 August 1887

'k .1i V- f s it L Sfc. :-. 5 ' &'''' , OFFICIAL PAPER OF T1ES0 COTOTY. W.8. TILTON, - Editor. Saturday, August 6, 1887. The Oakley Opinion is for Lo gansport for county seat. This Bepub. intimates that the World endorses its theory in favor of bridges. We thought an endorser was a follower. The World never follows. Land Commissioner Sparks has promulgated an order to the effect that notaries public who have been in the habit of taking affidavits in timber-culture entries shall toward to him proof of the date of their commissions and when they expire. Has Come to Grief. The lousy leper who is alleged by himself to run the alleged newspaper in the basement has come to grief. By a course of persistent, wanton, damna ble defamation of numbers of our best citizens never a mean one this- jour--palistio bastard is reaping a harvest of richly-earned contempt and thoroughly deserved punishment. Our business men are finding out the kind of vermin that alleged editor is. Their contempt fo...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 6 August 1887

J t B&- r - t THELHTIE FOLKS. The Wreck of the Pies. Hlopity-Bklp and Hippity-hop ! Troublesome, frolicsome twins -were they! Id their band-new shoes, that were just from the shop, To grandmamma's doortheyprancedoneday. Grandmamma, smiling and lifting pies Out of the oven-all pipingly hot; Betting them down, in a sibilant row. To quickly cool, in the handiest spot Hippity-hop and Hippity-skip What did'tboae careless children know Of grandmamma's golden pumpkin pies, Standing to cool in a simmering row? Hippity-hop and Hippity-sklp, Blind to all in their riotous mirth, pat-spat-spatted through grandmamma's p Smoking away upon grandmamma's heart! Dreadful to see was the state of their shoes ! Dreadful to hear were their wails and cries And the twins went limping and blubberm? home But the saddest of all was the wrecK of tin pieB. The Donkey Kido. Little Louis awoke about daylight on bright morning, slipped out of. his be and ran to the window, where, to his gre delight, be saw a d...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 6 August 1887

hS 1 " smmiww,MtMmt -V ' 3K-If t-r 4W3"ftH?' . ! .. $Z &- "r'iv. .a . t- J3v .J V 4 tt S frfiw Hjto3i'jr &friAttr&J&i&j;&& ife-stSlMsa Jfj:? - .. . $.3 !3TVJ a't.--' ssss-zs&r asMU'srvs?. ., Xi-i4.? jfi..i ;s ""?. S-A"- f.-IJE-.r- nifis j SSSf .& &m SiifHfcSSalffiGB w i .' :? . f t tv 4 a V L a Ipite 3ftIi OFFICIAL PAPER OF TREGO CQUJTY. W. S. TILTON, - Editor. Saturday, Augpst 6, 1887: CQMMITTEE CAIiL. The Bepnbllcan County Central Committee of Trego county Is hereby called to meet at Opera Hall, InTVa-Keoney, on Saturday, Aug. 13, 1887, at 3 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of deciding the nethod of placing in nomination a county ticket, and attending to any other business which may be nece6sary. GEO. BAKER, Chm'n Eep. Co. Cen. Com. Nobton coukty's normal insti tute is to begin on August 8, also. Bonds have been voted for the building of a $10,000 school house in the Oberlin district. t The McAllister Herpd is whoop ing i up for, Logansporfrfo...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 6 August 1887

COIiliTEB TOWNSHIP. All 3 12 24 81 95 24 04 854 3324 24 04 624 24 04 1197 w1 ' - a f . ' i " i mrL. w m t i Nwqr - - All All Near Kft '" - v?flno7 i . os , i j m ir- - m TIME TABLE OF XT. P. XTPBBBB TBJJ5S. West No. 201 9.11P. u " No. 303 12.38 p. M M Way Freight 600a. m ooox -- - -Kt t auuuui v- - "" i h m . vjmsH'm. - -j m . m 24 04 624 ' 24 04 I- 2T fc N m EK J- - . c No. 202 1-J.lx.lt No. 204 2 11 P. M Way Freight 6 30 p. m East.- OgaiiIiAh, Kan., August 3, 1887. Visitors at the Tetter House last Sun day. Mr. Knapp has a well drill standing in his yard. A small shed room has been placed over Mr. Knapp's west door. E. S. Coffey was offered 58 cents per bushel for his wheat this week. Bev. Mr. Knapp filled his appointment at the school house last Sunday. Miss Laura Marquand has returned home to prepare for the institute. The time has again arrived when an other Kansas rain would be very accept able. Farmers have commenced fall plowing, and are preparing to sow large crops of wheat...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 6 August 1887

.?- '. w v afl.irf' " . cjTi t P--1- ai .i-a -v .. - iij iAt-.v, iu-"- - 5-"j -". ?i i, tw - .-. ,--t-rt iwx. j.- "s "rv-j-i. w - , rrtry-v W cgixg:ga rJ- 5 &c I " Ml '&K NEVSJCSfOTES. A year or two ago, three tough citizens of North Grove, Indiana, a station on the Pan Handle readwere sent to the penitentiary for cutting the brakes of a train. Their friends vowed vengeance, and since then have almost daily thrown stones at the trains. Saturday a conductor named James Felker, standing on the caboose, was knock ed down by a large stone and seriously in jured. a1zS Republican candidates and workers are al ready on the way to the Ohio republican state convention at Toledo. The Sherman men believe they have a majority of, the delegates, and expect to secure an indorse ment of John Sherman for the" presidency. The Illinois -weather service reports corn at about an average in every northern county except Putnam and Marshall, which will give about three-fourths of a crop. In the ce...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 6 August 1887

it TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS, Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. U. F. KAILBOAD TXHK X1BUE. KUBT WEST ratMall 637am flJfcpjr DctyPaeeeager 138pm 1:38px JFrelght 3.40 pm 11:25ak Pss6enger8 allowed by permit COLLYEB CAWItf GS. ColiiIXB, Aug 3, 1887. Catting corn. Happy picnicers. Chinch bugs did it. A few discouraged ones. Watermelons in market The1 first failure of millet Last Thursday was a scorcher. Hay grass is short in all senses. Agreeable clouds and showers Sunday. Blessed were the "babes in the woods" last Thursday. The rain which so refreshed Wa-Keeney last Friday passed us by, though the clouds were very promising. Mrs. L. A Fisher, of Oakley, came down Wednesday, and has been the guest of Mrs. L. LeBron. With them she at tended the picnic Mr. Fisher joined her on Monday, and they returned home on Monday night Go to G. W. BlackwilTs, Collyer, Kan. for your Acme Pulverizer and Harrow the greatest harrow for listed corn on the market Also see the patent-tooth Ellin woo...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 6 August 1887

.it W ' . !& N ' ' " - . r - ...."i"!.'.:-. . -..-... ;.',.... . . - ' WiM iSam IAIGA XL SOL. , i BY l'UKI) LUCCA 8QIT1B8. f the (ran caro to rise, let him rlaty . And if not lot him ever lie hid ; For the light from my lady-love's eyes Shines forth as the eun never did." If the moon care to shine, let her shine, But hor glimmer is duller by far Than a dream of a face w hich is mine . Of a face -which beams bright as a star t U-tho forest glades glitter in light, If their sone-birds stop singing to call; I would heed them no longer, in might They're surpassed by my lady-love talL If the -world care to charm, let it try Let its dreams come again unto me ; And, too soon, will it find that not I, But itself, will, enthralled, worship thee I " Saiga ol Sol, si ha de salir, T si no, que nunca saiga ; Quo para alumbrarue a mi, La luz do tus ojos basta." "Betsy Gamp's Weddin," BY 21. J. HOT. "Fix tip, old -woman, fix up, put on yer nest Lib and tucker, fur we're goin to a shake down te...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 13 August 1887

Wi&r - jrv -. , va X "wlKafps Sera i. Q . wf r-Sc.v'sP,'vi s - ,rT -"-- v V "li ' 5ai VVi- .1 .. . . H-lt- 'jrf tA W S-'i P-"V - .--..-,' -.I V3tJA ,PV eys ,, ft : if ' " i ST C - T -KJS, -!- ' ,-L jr."! . :::j: :::; H ,s; , . oJsLsafi fiEpaSSr.-l MfctSsHg . HsSft ygfagy-- 'yf y ffisaCTaUI Hp .sBmfJaWBBmiBmm LaV mY bbbbbbbI Iff mw K atsamiBmiBBBmBBa smiBBml ma masBBai mm mh samel ma ssamiBM sPsamiBBa. 'smw- milamiM " Jrsamtt ma? KIkIIH ir' -l-SrTfcS5Ir ' '' lf"" - ::- JMaMamsamsJjamEsamamBfcsamammai attsm lBiWrclmsiamiatt5aS3pc3SamiBaT 'Js&StmmwmmB&mm M ,c""JiF1lr r sT1 S, iW I ill asv - :memmsate-z:aajEia.rsa.mssaw -m " " ""' srZt&S? A icXk . Yearly Svitoscsrlptlozi 2.00 STOCK IP-AJMXNrca- THE TRA?n"R OB" OXJR, IN1DTJSTRIH3S. Sintfl Copy S Oezits "r9s3asaavflHBMHavBna7'"M"' vs Sfwf rtf rr t- fz NINTH YEAH. FOR BARGAINS GO TO KYLE'S He Keeps Constantly on Hand the Best of Everythingr in GROCERIES i DRY GOODS, AND SELLS BOTTOM WILL ALWAYS PAY THE HIGHEST MEET PRICE DO...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 13 August 1887

r;8R8 & 2- gA??1 ;M2 StS .- i?1??? . "-n :" -? a i.cat7ra5iasir-?aeM!?5iU'tK5 r j u. 2- r . t tt. j.- viVith. 4astn-v r-rB-1 ,-v. &j -v. -w, .erstSLy "s.s jSiBsEabr" .fc.-B- j. a.. vr-,L,,HGssrs:,c v. " "rFSi.stT 'Atws. -g? .?-fS- -fr ? glW- r , "v mMtWhtmMTi eft ti&& u si V riti vXwrtW WML OFFICIAL FAPE1 OF TlfiftO f Of ITT. W. 8. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, Auqjjst 13, 1887. WORKING THE SOIL, MULCH ING, ETC. 0 the Editor of the Kansas Farmer; The Missouri Valley Horticultural Society at its last meeting had for dis cuseion the effect of drouth on trees and plants, mode of cultivation, eta, Mr. Chacbvick, representative of Coltnan's Rural World, claiming that two inches of thorough cultivation was far better than deeper cultivation; that where you plowed to the depth of eight to ten inches you destroyed the capillary attrac tion, This was endorsed by Mr. F. Well house and others. The only implement now in use that I know of is the Planet Jr. hand cultivator that would...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 13 August 1887

lA, i& 7 ltf" r ,-s w'i5- J 'ws&mz i".f "i 'Mtt: i I-i.V ..i " P- -i.. 4 -t- (wj rt 9E -d jf x ,r. A -. AT-Msa 4vi i iit . -Vjr-T. rTff. ffc r ' j u- 4 .? p '; -PC TUMWL FUVBaUL SHIES. ' Death aadBarfal lata Lui ef tfee Cra. it a Tnrk dies or look as if he were dead, no physician, no inspector comes to make sure that death has really taken place; but if it has not the fact -will soon be established, thanks to a procedure more efficient than all-the gentle and refined means in vogue in the West to make sure that the de ceased is not hoaxing his heirs. Scarcely has the last breath been taken when the corpse is lifted up violently by vigorous arms, says Emilie Julliard in the Cosmopolitan, the clothing snatched off, laid on the flag stones in the mortuary chamber or vestibule and sprinkled with hot water, which is thrown upon it by the imam, provided with a large paiL The sprinkling is repeated two or three tunes, so that the family runs little danger of seeing the deceased res...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 13 August 1887

KW" '5.. ssi 7a8b?fir VC. . rimi&SZS3tB&WP.'r?38& &&$? V -- -&&-&.! 'iw&5s. ?r:ft J ?trJ 1 r-fef lf -V?.- "TiJSSrsV-fftTir- .. S rftr Sir iAiCB5.!: .. "vjy&s &- -..-r ,? ..i" -.w-su-r.ist &-W-M WIMPt & 3g .- 3&k- t T xw?gj ! (. "t . T? v .mw i Wwttt Hanntf SHtotd. official pipia or nno wnrr. . S. TILTON, &itor. Satukday, August 13, 1887. COMMITTEE CALL. fiut vmbMImii nnnntr Central Committee of Trego oounty Is hereby called to meet at Opera HalL is Wa-Keeney. on Saturday, Aog. M, JS67, at 2 o'elook p. K.. lor tne purpose k "m method of placing in nomination a county ticket, and attending to any other business which may be i nomi j GEO. BAKEB, m j. Chm'n Bep. Co. Cen. Com. 5 "Jack" 'Downing is catching a thumping from the Oakley Opinion. That paper complains that Oakley is not gettimg a 'Square deal" in the enumera tion. Until Mr. Downing is oonticted, woiliall belie Ye be k doing about a veil ftirrnimBtannes. x Ui sxnLva. f...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 13 August 1887

m 4QS i-r 'tDS.J,M- W,.rr8SKP ' .' " .---Err.irMKa-i2', iTC"V3-A --r - ftsrf.f.;-,r.v yAw l . ?sa'gt;?A3 luiaflMsssMMawwiMBnw LAWmwWMmmmmmwmWmmmw$m3iJmmmwmmMm , & :-.V ' i.j. ?M nV 10 ii-! .'ir , , ?At THEGO COUNTY TRACINGS, Serve up by thf " WtrkTs" Rusttmf Reporters. ogaxlah ooznros. tucx takjc or v. v. vrnmati tbaxm. West No. 201 901.Jf " No. 308 1338 .K " Wy Freight 6:00-,M ZMt No. 302 7:14 a. M " No.304 iOlv.u " Way Freigkt 6:30 p. Ooaiaah, Kan., August 10, 1887. Mrs. MoKinley has gone east on a visit. Foster Palmer's mother-in-law is here, visiting for a time. Mrs. Lizzie Phelps is at home. She is sick with dysentery. Danl Countryman was cutting hay for Swan Loftstead last week. Armed, at the home of Wm. Hull, Tuesday, Aug. 2 a girL Oh! Bill, won't yon treat? Mike Bichards's team ran away the other day. Its a- poor team that don't stir up a little excitement. Albert Tawney had the misfortune to get his hand mashed while he was build ing the tower for the Ogallah windmill. ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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