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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 18 February 1886

THE NEWS; THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 18. 188. The cane or whist has ukrn this city ov luirm. Broaer Hyrje mj their business U rtuhlnr,. Emporia hi another aaosatinr two boys have mysteriously disappeared. G. W. Newman d Co., er making big improvements in tb r dry goals store Benslcr Kellorr, Kepreaenuaves stack ud Hooter deserve the credit of patting tba Normal bill through. uor Date ball club La a Dow pitcher laths ehaoa of J. V.. Huffinaa, from Diavec, (Mo. The boy a will beg la prec Hoe la the skatioa rink right away. Boaaktag of to Normal bill before It paatAd, one tf the teachers atld: MIt IM raaata doeaot pae its bill, I bop soma of tba lat senators may be com pelleo to visit Normal and be crowded urea la a aeat aa some of tba tfachers.n Am exchange says that tba maa who prefer a city daily to a bemt paper ba- caoaeithee more reading, remlnda i of a maa who picktd oat the largeet pair of boota lo the box because they coat ao mora tteo a smaller pair that fitted him A gentkman JiTiug i...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 18 February 1886

I-' I 4 ... - !- r, 'i 3 U 1; : THURSDAY. PZBRPAItY 18. 1886. Mrg. Black of Hartford U is the city dialling her many Maud . - It cost Mr.BrlerjMtf21.40 (or swear, log before Mm. Merchant. - A man by the name ot Houck' has bought Sheriff WllhitVa livery business . The G. A. K. delegates to the fourth annual encampment to be held at Wlch its, leave here Moods.. .. - . Mr, B. O, Johnson will buy in inter- ta tns arr goods business ot Carniv al Brother, ot lUrUorl. lie Ladies' Auxiliary Corps cleared vbout 30 on the New England supper giren oy them Saturday night. . A special train with eight palace cars 'went west yesterday containing the Boston excursionists bound lor Mexico. v The cannonbel), or California express, maoe its appearance yesterday with floe dew engine named alter President strong. one isre will be charged on all rail. roads in Kansas for round trip tickets to ine fourth an out encampment of the O A. It. at Wichita, Feb. 23rd. Bar, the i "Mother I tniak I will go to u rt...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 25 February 1886

'- v State Historical Society ESTABLISHED IX 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAYS FEBRUARY 25, 188G. ' -. t, . VOL. 29 NO. 8 .- v5; - I ; . j 'r I X' V 17 if;. 1 ft - j To-day It Washington' birthday. Next to tree trade, lree ships ia Ilrltish policy for America. Cranks like children of'.en have an in. convenient way of felling the truth. . Manistee, Michigan, baa an otcluetra 'Oni posed of fourteen yoaog womeu. The bill legalizing tbe lsl tax levy lor Lyon couuty pasaed tbe legislature. A bok caahler seldom goes i ll uiitil lie ia loaded, aud then be makes no rc iMXt. . -, m So onif aa a dozen clotbctfpiua can be bought for a cctit there la no excuse Tor . anuria in rhurrh.- The pronit-cia for a greatly in -.naatd yield of bullion from Colorado io .lSO, re aaid to be very prtirnieinx. An August. Maine, deutiat ia trying to make a act of false U-etti fur a pony bejooging to lady of that town Wicbita la nli'U wun old vilt-rsnft. nd Uui aH:ra o' that cily r fi.KO.wiLh udy accbuuia of the ...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 25 February 1886

THE NEWS. D THE NEWS COMPANY. Entered at tha iMstoffloe at Kmixwia u . . oaooau-Claaa Matter. A.B. HKWOOHB,. .Mits-r frloa, I.4 a Xear la Aa, abtlahed Kvery Thursday at Km porta K-yaa Coaaty Kuw. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 23, Where it the little Eldorado Republi can bow, oo the railroad question ? -Sty what yoa please about General (Sherman he la the center of a grand cir cumference. A lection ol (Hence ten feet deep now pervades the 1 Dorado Republican on the railroad ques'iou. 'The Eldorado Republican it about as unreliable a source of railroad Informa tion aa our "citizen committee." . A revolution is in progress in Uru guay. The regularity with which this report comes ta getting monotonous. If the London socialists are the tame kind that we have here, the government's threats to give them work will quickly quell all diaturbances. A, t Chinaman who ran converse fluently in five different languages, in cluding base ball and skating rink lingo, is now the curiosity of the good city of Den...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 25 February 1886

THE NEWS.! 3 THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 25. 1888. The News bit the Siamese twin ooce oc twice co woodtr be wants it mos- sled. Btreet merchants attracted crowds to day by shouting load the virtues of their weree. The South Kansas coDlerence ot the M. . church will convene iu Parsons March 4. There will be no school at the Preaby. tartan college on Monday Washing ton's birthday. The wild geese have commenced their . northward flight and the local hunters will soon be in their glory. The Washington social is Monday evening. February 23d. at the corner of I Seventh avenue and Union street. The restaurant of Mr. John Patterson oo West street, has been sold to E. J. Barnes, who will run the business, . The Cbataaqua Circle will meet next Tuesday evening at the residence of Mrs I O. Wood. No 106 8tsts street. Frank Komalne has been returned to the police force and now has charge of the city prisoners at the rock pile. "All prom scads." A voting man who resldee at the cor. ner oi ninth avenue and ...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 25 February 1886

THUICDAY. FEBRUARY 25. 1830. ..'Tie spring poet be ginneth to boll. . The day are, wretch lag out tad the nights irs contract lag. Roberta la making two writing ueaki lor th First National bank. Jrebruary is th month in which lo trim J oar fruit tree, grape vines and boshes. ' WM. WBT . 1 r i . - iiw nuu rresuyterisa cbuicb are selling th chain and providing com. lunaute new aeaia ior Uielr coogrega- number ot new houaea la various part of town, which have been delayed owing to lb bad weather, will eoon be 'finished. . : - . ? : . "Oh t (irla, dia yon see the plug hat dude yesterday t Didn't they look just too sweet r We didn't atay to hear the 'verdict .The old settler moat admit that a clU matin change is coming over Kaosss. rr e are oaring colder winters, and we heard a farmer aay, the other day, that, aa a consequence, we are having better crops each year. The man who encourages and aids in pushing to completion every enterprise, no mauer how small, is a good citizen, and worth ...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 4 March 1886

4 t: J . . J ' 1 ! f ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KAKSAS, THURSDAY, MAEGH 4, 1886. VOL. 29 NO. 9 1 1 1 , Atiotber mud cri,ivnl U u: 01 at. Nw u the tluir to i.isct sdventte mints fur I be epilog trdn. All tbo J. Corioniitn uum-llcity now ti be fwmM in Vb;ni;t- n t uld bi: rau ped up id p"tsi stamp. According io ta (Xcuc Missouri becute k in tuiith one cnin t tvi-n stick a luik into tbe gruvy. Justice lo tt.e tolJitr.' orthnns udue, b t K t u i have targible prim's (tint that Is .h.: kiud of frphos t)i-y aru. I be supiL-ine court ot Ouio bus sus tained U.'turuor Fuiakcr in tbe removal ol tie (Jtnciuuati iMilnn omuinu-siouera. Monty and tuuu are vuljnL.li-, bill a uiaa miv be mlMtutlu with botu wbn lie b'is aioin of i IIik r tbau be can rui . "la life woilh living ?" aikrd a mge If we were oi l a member of a railroad couirul'b o out ti a trip, we should any It wad. (J!) C i'i r is tuourtiluir, tbe disband oiling ! ir.K iJ;ji!c!i I 'nl ol tbnt place N one oui de of Cly (.Voter mourn, ...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 4 March 1886

NEWS. BY THE NEWS COMPANY, - Entered at the Postontoa at Smuoria aa Boootid-CIa Matter. A.M. MtWOOMB,. . (diur rrtea, tl.HO m Ka ' la Ai abllahed Inn Thursday at Kaaporla x-yoa Cooaty Kuaaa. THURSDAY. MARCO 4, ie36. Qaeea Victors has ordered that Back, iaxbam palace be lighted with elec tricity. - - Ex-King Thebaw should b happy, for bia nominal prison at Madras is next door to a large distillery. Council Oroya and Osage City are till engrossed with tbe subject of rail, roads, Let tba good woik go on . ZMORB WIND. T- " There must be some good judges of music la the good town of Wichita. Ia giTiag an account of the parade pf .the O. A. R. ia that city, the EagU of the 25 Ik instant, says: ' "The profession was led by the Sons of Veterans dram corps and the Knights Templar band ot Emporia." When as a matter ef fact, the procession was led by a Utile band from Hatchioson or some other jerk water town out west. The famous old Knights Templars were at the Occi dental hotel during the pro...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 4 March 1886

THE NEWS TUUR8DAW MARCH 4, 1888. Grain, principally corn, iecomluT tn a " mpt-ny. - 8t. Mart's hospital groaods am txluy improvi-a iy bariritoroe new ftpce. Pneumonia and long fever are preva- ISlI In tbia yic'nliy I-nl begin March 10th aod Sunday cornea on April 25 b. Easter iny attention to the i Hurts cltlteas tu advaicu the mtcresU city. oi - any of the There ia only one place where mune U u.ade without advertising and that ia (be mint. Young ladles are already clearing, off IDelr croquet grounds, preparatory for the spring campaign. J adging from tha Idomum sleek ol lumber tual dealers are laying In there will be a boom D hous building. "BpotUaah'Ms Crta' new play. A llt le spot caiU wouldn't u Jure the bud nea of this loan. Can it be secured Dudea are apt to be extravagant, but tu be real nice they ahould try and lire within the means ot their mnthets. Broom corn ia wurtb t iOO per too. There la mare money in ralalog broom corn than running a newapapcr. The ever pleating Emmet...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 4 March 1886

ii I 1 ' - - - - 1TEWS. Trom XoadMv't Drily. MUJID AM XaVEKVIXW, -DAT. MARCH 4. 18tt. Toargee.- - J uiZ Touwe March 8ih Numerous complsints or sore throat The chicken thieves are stili rampant The building outlook lor tt.e soring is encouraging. '. Al . eOatesatths Wtil l Jlan a 11th aod 12tb. r'p:ifij cleaning limn '.- ti wo planting time. TU j only men making money now are U aeiiag evangelist. to bear A reporter ol the Kivi calk a in on lh genUeron coca potior the railroad committee, who returned from the east -ly. ad two declined to be inter viewed. The first gentleman aketi to fsvor the people with a, report of the committee' visit nod what they ecoom- piisnea we o. B. Rigg. He was in h is Office Smoking aod entertain in two gentlemen. He waa Terr busy. On uciug hin ii ne had time to tell a anything about bla trip, he drew hie pipe from his month end coolly aaia. -0. Sir." Th. nnrl is here, as islieit that it wasn't so exit on the outside of his office, and hastily de camped to ...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 11 March 1886

Tr61 HliMrlesIliodK AS I. I : .: i ". ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, .THUKSDAY, MABCH 11, 1886. VOIi. 29 NO. 10 l-L... J L I' r v 4 V Qladrfooe U sick. Pastor Uowdi U Mid to be the John L Bullivan of the pal pit. Aa unusual quantity of now it noted la lh Swia Alp tbleyeer. Front seat etlbe Whlliey opera bouse to morrow oibt are held at a premium BUlke nave become almost a crsze among Ubor orcanlzUionsof all description. Ilorse railroad strike are getting to be knotty question when it come, to Uemg up car. Tbe D.micraU of Missouri have got Into such a snarl that no fellow can tell which la the dog and which is tbe talL The Greenwood. Kentucky, miners have given the legislature two weeks to withdraw the convicts front work In that taction. An American tiring in Japan, has en gaged thirty very skillful Japanese ivory carvers to Introduce the art Into , tfcte country. "-r' - . . .. BJL , , ,V The bills aaooonclojc the engagement, vt Alice Oatra at the opera house.Tours day evenin...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 11 March 1886

THE NEWS.I BY THE NEWS COM PAXY. Enteral at tha Potto aire at JtmporU e Bouaa-Ui Mta, A.H. N KWCUMH, Idiur yrlwm, !. a Iw Is AdraH. abllshwt JCvvrjr Tkaraday at Eaapoila Lyaa Caaaty Kum , , , TJJU1WDAY. MAKCH 11, 1P36. Mnjr iiav you neutered ? .The nun who wiht to go to heaven should, wear overshoos ihitt sxs fastened on with straps, during these day of mud. If jou lose your rubber ia the mod doot swear, but console ' yourntlf with the thought h it conn 1 . otU r are la Ihe ma fix. ' . it our ousiimm inr-o will otl corns to ihe trout and get the 11 tg system of weather sigosls, we might bo sbU to get better weather lu the future. If worth trying anyhow. The Kansas City Time derives a great dual of comfort Irom the fact that Mrs. Molloy. the great evang-lUl now under arrest charted with complicity ia the murder or Mia Graham. U to be tried ia Bprlogfleld, Mo , aud not in Emporia, .a. .Leavenworth is working tip another to uu for the Uraut monument funl. A grand competition drill will...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 11 March 1886

r 1 V:- 9 r i r 4 - J i - 3 -1 ' -7- THE NEWS THURSDAYMARCH 1J, 1830. ' W ice procured ibu winttr is remark Ab jr c' ar and pure. Alice CM-..e at tbe Whiilty opera xiouai', JUrchlltUnU12U..V , Uresd latlieatatf of life, and rulver. t Mng is tba tuff of busliuaa. Barnum ciriua will bo bt r-i tills se eoo, aa it nukea a wtaitrn trip.. II rniBiuVr Al.ce Oitsa at the Whitley t'ijra n use. jaarca llib and 13 b. Thu hoy a are eettn out tbtlr fl-umg tacaio aoJ preparation f.r the early eprma iport. Aboil tbia lime ot the year tbe real stale man geta la bia woik oo tbe un wary caalc-ra uig. , . i J ailgmg from prt acnl Indications tbe trade in agricultural implements will be yi ry iarKo tbla a-u.n . It If aald.tuat progreielve lunch par tie are very popular io tba eatt. So tbey ore hire witb tramp. Unuio hunting baa omuierjeed in earceat. It you bave a houso to rent or aell you bid brlur make it koom n. ' J udging by tbe number or people who talk of going t "no niau'a laud" that atrip will ...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 11 March 1886

THE NEWS. I 'ZZSttSg- IBXTOBT OS TBI THURSDAY. MARCH It." 1888. There will be Phantom social at the parsonage of the Congregational church. a xnday evening Everbody la eordi invited. Mr. M. Well mod family left for Oregon Tuesday, where they will make their future residence. Their many mwi wish them ptospvrlty la their new home. Judging from the demand fr front eat for "Robin Hood" onr theatre goer moat imagine that the voices of the Alice Oates company. like Emmet's will be rather weak. The Tuesday Club will give a Friday social at the Congregational parson axe o the evening of the 12th. Sapper will be served la the lecture nom of the church. Come and have a good time. A petition to the committee on streets end alleys is being circala.ed to-day, by E. P. Kidwell, praying fo a raise In the wages of the men at wi.ik on the streets from $1 to S 1 50. . Mrs. C. F. Waterbury and her eon Justin, leave' to-day for an extended yUlt In New York and other eastern clues. Their many friends un...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 18 March 1886

n ft Historical Society r Stat EMPORIA, KAKSAS. THURSDAY, MARCH 18 1886. VOL. 29 NO. 11 ESTABLISHED IN 1857. j if jj ijji r pji j f - - v ) u- REGISTER. RBOfSTKR youraelt sod thtn your oighb:r doe likel. that Ir iDTing poet wore bens, even an editor could afford to eat egg. A mistakm U a tbiog to which are liable. Blander are mide by other fellow. j on the cynical Englishman conaldeis It e suggestive tact that boodle rhyoes with Yankee Doodle. It may be a cbetnat bat we ad rise you to regliltr if yoa y vote at the April election. would Uh to Ocb atrcet commlaaioner la evidently suffering: from a bad case of "lnocuoui dUuetude" on the sidewalk question. Nikk men out of every ten will be found on cloae Inspection to have at least one button in their pocket. Auca OaTbs and company played "Robin Hood" to a large and delighted audience in Kansas City last evening Tun nort'icro portion or Lyon county la now assured of a new railroad, but wherein la the central and southern portion of Ijfo...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 18 March 1886

THE NEWS. BY THE NEWS COMPANY. Intend at the Poatoffloe at Kmporia aa Seooad-Clata Matter. . . HKWOOMH,. Price. fI,SO a Itu la AdTUM, abliahed Kvary Tharaday at Emporia 1.70a Coaatjr Kanaaa. THURSDAY. MARCH 18. 1S6. . Sir Alexander Smart, ex premier ul New Sooth Wales la now in Denver. Gen lis spring is still tripping it in Kansas in arctic overshoes and woolen mittens. 8am Jones says that "the devil has gut Ublcego." Urotner Jones that is a chestnut. The effect oi the present strike on tit. Louis is almost Incredible Bualness in that city is virtually at a stand still. Ws didn't gtt tbe prize this year, be. cause we wanted it to go round. The state university will see ui next year. Tbk exodus of colored people from southern North Carolina to Arkansas is exciting no little attention in that state. ' Anyone wanting to see Congressman Morrison, and dont want to miss him, will only have to stand by the little end 01 me norn ana watt lor him to come out: Uarry Brownlee of Adair county, ...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 18 March 1886

THE NEWS. I .THURSDAY. MARCH 18, 1888. P. Brooonon, the tobaccoinUt, ku put up new wooden Indian m a cigar ign. ttV, Dr. Robert Craikahank bu been unable to attend to bie Kbool dalle ut the College of Emporia for eeveral dava, owing to IckoeM . "ToaVa pretty poor ground," aid one citizen to another, wblle watching workmea digging a trench for the water works pipe. "Ye," said be, "but it wil rale taxe I" A nun U in comfortable clrcum etancea when he bat $23,000. A woman is in tbe same condition wben her lover its In tbe big arm-chair with her. Stratus & Bcblealoger, with their nsnal enterprise, are arranging to dle- plsr weather signal flags Irom their store, corner of Sixth sad Msrchsnts imt Lives oi sweethearts all remind aa, From a retrospective view. That tbe beaax who oome behind as Will ft stack lor oysters iww. Examinations are being held in the College of Emporia to-day and will con tinue until the beginning of the coming week, after which the students will be given a wee...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 18 March 1886

THUESDAY. MARCH 18. 188J. - Remember the concert at Jay's opera iouse Friday night. A little four year old aon or N. B. Ireland la dangerously 111 . M. A. Forbes, the grocer, has sold Ma establishment at 188 Commercial street to the Jetmore Broa. The Rer. H. Mackay, pastor of the . Episcopal cborcb, left to-day lor Tope ke, to be gone several davs. A grand concert at Jay 'a opera house Friday night by the Leslie Concert company, assisted by borne talent, Joseph Proctor, the famous actor, will ue acre jaarcn zard, and will present -JiDDenainoaay" at the opera house on that CTenlng. Tha city baa taken np tha sidewalk on the corner of Birth and Commercial, sooth or the Citizens, back, and will rt place tt with a atone pavement. anssermiy and Louis ltaokin. two pleasant voung ladles who are attending the Presbyterian college, left to-day for a week's visit to their parents in Quln emo. The Knights or Labor will giye a ball in their hall this evening. Good music will be In attendance. Th...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 25 March 1886

EMPOKIA, KAKSAS. THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1886. ESTABLISHED IN 1857. VOL. 29 NO. 12 ft J r i: Yr ?! iV -. --- WE'VE GOT 'EM ON OUR LIST! --- ttjx ofzuzd xzo uaa azucor's 33UiTiTipro-, 86 Commercitl street, next to tb nilroad, Morte & Vatkin't old stand TOE LARGEST AMD FIME3T STOCK IN SOUTHWESTERN KANSAS, OF FLOUR, FEED ANT) GRAIN, find Un- "Whlch veboarhtaway down for ch( and will Mllaecordlugly. Farmers will hta tbe C ilea oca tVlnce in the CltT to Buy Their Flour and Feed. We Will Hot be d.oid. C. W. VANTREESE, Brie. Oenl. Comd'e, 11. X. C. 8., U. 8. A. Abbitsate, gentlemen, arbitrate. LkT nj havs ton. pacc--and traotporta hut blessed thing that the farmer do not go on a atrlke. Busiseis la lively, lo tbe boom Km porta la no. keeping with ' eijoylog. Ir we might be allowed to make a a tog(a'.ioD, we would say to our seal oua city mamhsl. by all means wear your arxc'-aCles when yo'n gn dog banting. Will tbe English radicate march on under Mr. Gladstone' leaderablp wttb Mr. Chamber l...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 25 March 1886

THE NEWS. B TIIE KETY8 COMPAXY. Entered tl u Poatoffloa at Emporia , aaaoBd-Clmk Matter. B. HKWCOMB,. .Editor Frtoa, SI.OO Iwr la Adrano. ' abllnnaa1 Kvary Tharaiiay at Emporia Lyoa Coanty Kimi. THUK3DAY, MARCH 25. 1ES. Boom! Far!- Book the falrl WKLLl Well!! Well!!! Do 70a you do. feel the boom t Of course Booh Emporia and Lyon county by . working lor the fair. - 'Tm weather to-day u rather off, the great fair boom goes on. bat it u better yon ahoald wear a sard- paper bin than not subscribe to the fair. Thk fair. Talk for It. Work lor it Bubscrlbe for It, and above all get it for our town. A rare 'ground with a mile track Think it over, and then fubBcribe to the capital atock. Wa want the fair ground, and we are going to bare It. Don't let that alip your memory. It ia aald ham Jones ia to deliver coarse of lectures for $500 a night, Just like any other miserable sinner. Thk only mile track west ol St. Louis. J oat think of that, and the boom It will give us and then work fur It ha...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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