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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 3 September 1887

rnmmmmmmmsm- ' - -A -i it 5- f I . J j ..JT JW F X i r ?X W " J " - - jl1 v- ..- -rf lllAXj.M&M&NJrtfjl jBfiggrm-aB j w mti . m .ry yarss!eW(-YirHaiiHKaflte- r m ii inn i j'J'kn EK Yearly Su.tscxiption $2.00 NINTH YEAR. FOR BARGAINS GO TO X TT 1L. He Keeps Constantly on Hand the Best of Everything in GROCERIES i DRY GOODS, AND SELLS BOTTOM WILL ALWAYS PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE DON'T FORGET WA-E3IENEY, WERLICH & k: ' Are again in trade at their old stand and are prepared to supply veryone with Groceries, Flour, Feed, Hardware, STOVES, TINWABE, QTJEENSWARB, &c. Have a Car load of Barbed Wire at the Lowest Prices. Give Us a Call and See Our Prices. 1 AGENTS TOR THE STDDEBAKER WAGON & MCCORMICK BEAPER&MOWER. I We now have a Tinner employed, and are ready to do any kind of Tinwork. WA-KEENEY MEAT MARKET. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. BOLOGNA SAUSAGE & PRESSED COBS BEEF A SPECIALTi. THE TO?. A DID i i Mt-r.i uni BEST PRICES PAID FOB CATTLE AND HOGS. W. S. HARRISON, ...

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. — 3 September 1887

r "-cs4jiKjiy.'5pnr?zi be - ' -?-s wRM5fPWK ) fctrnt an$ 3toM. OFFICIAL PPEE OF TREGO COUNTY. W. S. TILTON, Editor. Satubpat, September 3, 1887. BEPUBLICATJ PKIMASY ELEC- " TIOW. Wa-Keenet, Kan., Aug. 13, 1887. It Ib hereby recommended that the Republican nominations for county offices this year be made by means of the primary election system. The officers to be nominated are: A Sheriff. A County Treasurer. A County Clerk. A Register of Deeds. A County Surveyor. A Coroner. The primary elections in Iho various townships -will be held on Saturday, Oct 1, 1887, as follows: IN iVA-KEENEY TOWNSHIP. Wa-Keeney precinct, at Wa-Keeney, 8 o'clock a. m. to C p. m. At Willcox precinct, 2 o'clock p. M. to jCf.m. in collteb township. At Collyer precinct, 8 a. m. to C p. si. At Banner precinct, 2 p. m. to 6 p. m. IN OOAIXAH TOWNSHIP. At Ogallah, 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. IN GLENCOE TOWNSHIP. At the G. W. Cross School House, 2 p. m. to C r. m. At tho times and places above indicated, a County Republican C...

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. — 3 September 1887

'Cst ' . . r ' , i ifj j , !,J " 3v'' r -''i,"" " " ' y"s'"r '" - .' rf - -i J. A. OLAYAKELi. Venezuelan Minister to the United States. The newly appointed Minister to the United States from Yenezeula, Senor J. A. Olavarria, -was born in Puerto Cabello, in that republic, and is apparently about forty-five years of age. He is a very accomplished gentleman, speaking French, Spanish and German, and manages to make himself understood in English. He is a resident of Caracas, the apital of the republic, "where he is the director of the Commercial Bank, the only Gov ernment bank depository, and is re garded as the first financier of the country. Senor Olavarria has never held office before his present appointment. Being a gentleman of considerable means, and having large business interests at stake in his own country, he has had no desire for either official or political honors. His present acceptance of office proceeds from patriotic feeling and a desire to serve his country in the matter...

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. — 3 September 1887

I' GBT to -n 4 .1, rf I ,"! ' 5 jamaadc rtiacoB i$tefmt $tntf OFFICIAL PAPER OF TSEGO COUHTY. W. S. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, September 3, 1887. It is News-ed that there is a great scarcity of butter at Wallace. j.. The Walnut is to be spanned by bridges west and south of Ness City. t - Farnsworth's Grove is to be the scene of a G. A. E camp-lire some time in the present month. Arrangements are being made, the Opinion says, to start a chapter of Royal Arch Masons in Qberlin. The Saline county fair will be held at Salina on September 7, 8 and 9, and $2,500 will be offered in premiums. The Times states that, as a rule, the buildings now being erected in Mill brook are superior to those destroyed br ibe storm. vThe Masonic people of Hays, the Sentinel says, have gone through the pre liminaries for the establishment of a chapter in that city. J. C. Riley, jr., has assumed the sole management of the Dighton Hei aid. He is a gentleman of pleasing deportment and shows his ability to get up...

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. — 3 September 1887

--S,F ? "-ij .-, , . . , - y ! s Sfr SMPHF m &"- t fc to hi. It F TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Sjrved .up by the "World's" Rustling fleporters. COLLYER CAWINGS. 17. P. miLIUUD TISIE TABLE. EAST VEST futMail 6:37am 9.56pm Diy Passenger 138pm W8pm .freight 3:40pm 1155am Passengers allowed by permit. Com,yeb, Aug. .31, 1887. Muddy streets. A stormy week. A few sick cases. Street crossings needed. How penetrating the breeze. A stormy week and devoid of nevrs. The hail storm rose suddenly, but fingered long. It is reported ihat Eev. J. Q. A Weller sua ill at Lawrence. Miss K. McDonald was expected home last week, but did not come. Collyer Post will bold their regular -nieeting next Saturday, Sept. 3. Mrs. G. W. Keesler was, on Saturday, ' suffering from a malarial attack. Gojlyer school will begin .the new year Monday, Sept. 5, with Mr. "Wilson as domine." The clouds have chased each other northward during most of the week, being driven by a prevailing south wind. Mr. McMillian, of the Sal...

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. — 3 September 1887

-gji W . -"4 t,.,v " - v. VlWT T7- '&., ? ft A If Sk NEWS NOTES. Resolutions denouncing th9 proclamation of the National league were passed by the Irish people of Liverpool and the radicals of London. Contracts for twelve additional cottages, a hospital, and a sewerage system for the Soldiers' Home at Quincy were awarded recently by the board of trustees. The ag gregate cost of these improvements will be 124,076. Mrs. Warren Edgarton, once widely known as Julia Daly, the actreis, has died at New field, New Jersey, of paralysis. United States Senator Hearst, of Cali fornia, who is an authority on silver, does not look for any advance in the price of that metal in the near future. He thinks President Cleveland is "getting his eyes open on the question." Of the eleven delegates chosen by district assembly No. 49, Knights of Labor, to the general assembly, all but one are opposed to the Home club and to the Powderly administration. Rev. John T. Dobbin, who lives at Camden, the New J...

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. — 3 September 1887

Bjp5WSg msmm w fg?&8$ c i .5 t-, -. ? 1c f- a tfar IP SJ3 Hi W'r Trego County Industrial Fair As sociation. Pursuant to notice published in local papers, quite a number of the citizens of Trego county met at the opera house last Saturday afternoon for the purpose of considering the subject of a county fair this falL I. L. McGarvie was chosen chairman, and G. J. Shepard secretary Interesting and timely remarks were made by Capt. Carson, CoL Tilton, 0. C. Yetter, S. C. Peacock, W. H. Willcox, C. H Gibbs, A. C. Frick, L L. McGarvie, Mr. Reynolds and others. AH were uni ted in the desire for a fair at Wa-Keeney the coming fall. It was decided to hold the fair, and the Trego County Industrial Fair Association was organized, and the following officers elected: President, L L. McGame, of Ogallah township. Vice Presidents, C. C. Yetter, Ogallan; W. F. King.Glencoe; W. H. Will cox, Wa-Keeney, and G. W. Kessler, Coll yer. Recording Secretary, J. "Word Carson. Corresponding Secretary, G. J...

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. — 3 September 1887

4w,w8lSPw5 w-t'5, ' .sv" ?' n X .t r-' EK $3 ?7 W OTUUT TO SAY. BY JAMES WHITCOMB BHiET. Nothin' to say, my daughter! Nothin at all to eay I Girls that's in love, I'vo noticed, ginerly has their way 1 1st mother did, aforo yon, -when- her folks objected to me Tit here Jam, and here you air! and yer mother whore is Bhe? You look lots likejyour mother: Purtymuch same in size ; An about the same complected ; and favor about the eyes. Like her, too, about livin' hero, because she couldn't stay; It'll 'most seem like you was dead like her I but I hain't got nothin' to say! She left you her little Bible writ yer name acrost the page And left her ear-bobs f er you, ef ever you come of ago. I'vo alius kep' 'em and gyaurded 'em, but if yer goin' away Nothin' to say, my daughter ! Nothin' at all to say! Ton don't rikollect her, I reckon? No; you wasn't a year old then I And now ver how old air you? Why, child, not "twenty 1" When? And yer x.cx' Linhay's in Aprilo? and yja want to git married ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 10 September 1887

rcy" md&mf- ' Yearly Sixbsorrption $2,00 NINTH TEAR. FOR BARGAINS GO TO k: I. He Keeps Constantly on Hand the Best of Everything in GROCERIES i DRY GOODS, AND SELLS BOTTOM WILL ALWAYS PAY THE HIGHEST MEET PRICE DON'T FORGET WA-KEENEY, k: WA-KEEM MEAT MARKET. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. BOLOGKA SAUSAGE & PRESSED COM BEEF A SPECIAL!!. BEST IBICES PAID FOB CATTLE AND HOG& W. S. HARRISON, CHAS. N. BENEDICT, DEALER IN Fruits and Vegetables CIGARS, TOBACCOS. AND CONFECTIONERIES. Wfcnti to bay an fha produce, at tha highest market prioa, which the fiumm hara to dlapoaa of, OALT, AJtf-JD SEE TVm CHAS. N. BENEDICT. W. B. KRITCHFIELD, SSLAXiEIRf IN fUSITURE, CARPETS, WUSDOW SHADES, PICTURES! ill Hi liij HiLiiii In TTn TiimlaTiTiir T" MMhbwSeMim VKDKKXAKKB. Bnfal Bobea, Cmh, GMfatf St Xnmoth Stock asd BaMoaatOi Moat amJbratTtfaia MOTTa-Li V JI jftNX LET XJLVX Land Office Blanks, J- AT THE WESTERS MAS WORLD OFFICE. Blank ara not aqaalad in Topeka in point of axoelleno, mad oar priots ara ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 10 September 1887

W, rsmi-" 11 U''lltE'lllllJ"lWlilUllilM-MWHIjlllai''IIIMJti "tWliW W?SSii cm r . -' J--V , t .ijtVJ J - T" -' 2es r.1 " H5H5 MfX i , t it t- te$te Stow WiwML OFFICIAL PAPSS OF TEEGO COUETY. v. 5. rtrofl, Editor. Saturday, September 10, 1887. REPUBLICAIS" PSIHAEY ELEC TION Wa-Keekt, Kak., Aug. 13, 1SS7. It Is hereby recommended that the Bepublican oomtoalions for county offices this year be made by means of the primary election system. The officers to be nominated are: A Sheriff. A County Treamrer. A County Clork. A Kegieter of Deeds. A County Surveyor. A Coroner. , , ., The primary elections in ithe various townships trill be held on Saturday, Oct 1, 1887, as follows: TS VTA-IiEESEY TCWKSHIP. TVa-Keenoy precinct, at "ya-Keeney, 8 o'clock x. ai. to 6 v. m. At Willcoz precinct, 2 o'clock p. m. to Cp. jr. ET COLLTEB T077J.SHIP. At Collyer precinct, 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. At Banner precinct, 2 p. m. to 6 p. m. IN OGAIJiAH TOWKSHIP. At Osallah, 3 a. m. to 6 r. m. IK GLENCOE TOWNSHIP. At the ...

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. — 10 September 1887

IpfP i; ? H-.-j- 3 .&- JV X X1" & J? & ' 5 . r i-'N.' "fJ. -wii ,--- -i- "' - . ',' y V ' ,7 r j ..!, !5 A. -S LVJ3, TlrTfl. . i fZFisirJtZ T&lAb: v - -ATt'fe. . C m ? -'"to., ;rsrfef WV - .,$&. -( . ."vf t THE EDITOR WAS DYISG. The owner of a paper lay dying in Ms lair, and the dew of death had gathered on his brow so calm and fair; but a printer knelt beside him, as his life-blood ebbed away, and asked the dying writer if he had a word to say. The doomed man murmured softly as he grabbed the printer's fist: "Well, at last the struggle's over, and, never will be missed; take a message and a token to that city man of mine, that all his worn out chestnuts he had better put in brine. There's his joke about the weather, which he's used these many years, and the gag about the fel low, who is always hunting beers. And the item he's so fond of, on the man who peddles books, and the chestnut based on people, who go fishing at the brooks; just to save the paper's credit,...

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. — 10 September 1887

fmm m- '- &t& - A j Tfca 4 ; T-.-VfM -? ijs . . 1 , - ; F.-JS " . - &, -"?JJ- J-JR ." if .-" Zi & t -- In ?t m gj Ss & p i W wr BFHWAL PAPBK OF TW0 COUITT. w. s. rTw, . tor. SaTURDASePTIOCBEB 10, 1887- "A school house on every hill and no saloon in the valley," "is what raises Iansas so high as tp enable her to. look far downwardinto shadowy yalleys to" see $.9 most of the other states. It is Herald-ed that a weelc ago last Monday, as James. Mackey was being lowered into 9 well, five miles northeast of Fhillipsburg, a large rock, loosened by the jostle ol the platform at the top, fell, etriking him an the head, and causing in atant dea,th , Th Russian government has taken occasion to apprisethe staffs of teachers throughout theeinpireon open ing the, schools after vacation, of the new and stringent regulations, designed to check the spread of republican principles in Russia, That fool government knows nothing, and seems incapable of learning any thing. A more lib...

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. — 10 September 1887

SriHyaHNs ji3wBiraS''i''is "ar & A 5 " V w. r FSKrVi -7 -ii .-OKI. ' r tcso. -r - .- v .- - -Y-5-' ' v Si 4vr y...J .jr.. jgv s -aU 5. w v ? Ps TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. SmymI if by (m "WrU'" Ritttlin, ncptfters COLLYER CAWHf G. TutVaa., ,.,....,. 37ajc I7P eager. .,.,..,. ....... M8 Vrafgkt 4Qx fgliwengeti allowed by permit f56rx 11:36 ax Couotb, Sept 7, 1887. fit&rtlingMdoewi. -Snakes more'oametoiu. A few days of watery wallows. A C Lord is thinking of dming east ward in search of work. The scholars are delighted with school work thus far dereloped Mr. Mills, senior partner of the firm of Mills & Sons, arrired in Collyer last ereoing. More snakes have been killed in and near town within the fast lew days than at any previous time this summer. Miss Marian Knight said good-bye to her friends Thursday evening, and took the fast passenger train for Denver. Commissioner Charles L. Pearson, of Sheridan county, was n Oollyer yesterday. He is not seen here as often as formerly. "...

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. — 10 September 1887

fPFPWW S-VTSS ? -T; t. , VI VJT '-fir, 45 -rjrgJV & ASfSP NEWS NOTES. The Chicago Base-Ball club appears to be in a badly demoralized condition, and unless harmony is quietly restored, its chances of winning the pennant are very slight. The players, with one or two exceptions, are in open revolt against Anson, -whose action in fining Pfeffer for misplays recently is bitterly denounc-d. Pfeffer and some of the others insist that "Anson must go." The treasury department is making stren uous efforts to break up the practice of issuing imitations of the national currency to which many "commercial" colleges and business firms are addicted. This-bogus currency has been extensively-used by sharpers to swindle ignorant people, and its manufacture is in express violation of law. The chief of the secret service on Saturday seized and destroyed a large quantity of the stuff issued by a Washington "business col lege." Only late-planted corn was much benefited by the Tecent rains. The crop i...

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. — 10 September 1887

iimfm mm sssaf? s?IrJ . is"yt' ?& VHWS - . -iwi $ A- . fv mm. Hill's Quails. T. P. Hill, of Heilig & Hill, is in the quail business. The manner of his en 'gaging therein will bear relating. We vouch for the correctness of the narrative. One day a little while back Itfr. Hill was riding over the prairie, when he saw a bunch of eggs in the grass. The eggs bore traces of being somewhat aged. The finder supposed the mother quail had been killed. He picked up the eggs, and brought them to his residence. There he placed them on the mantel. They were left there for about five days, just as the ordinary run of pick-ups are likely to be left 'lying around loose." The surprise of the household can be better imagined than described when it is stated that little quails began to fall upon the floor. An examination revealed that a portion of the eggs had actually hatched themselves we do not know a more appropriate term to use while on the mantel; and that nearly all the balance were hatc...

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. — 10 September 1887

' ft 7 our -s..s.. lr '. PAPA'S BOX." BY BXJBT ABNOIiD. Around the house, from morn till night, A morry child doth roam ; His "voice is sweet, his spirits light, The Mossing of my home. His mother's passed to realms above, Where all is peace 'and joy, The child alone is left to love; He now is "Papa's Boy." His bright blue eyes and golden hair Are never out of sight ; He's mounted now upon my chair, And asking, "Papa, woite I" He's placed his little cheek 'gainst mine, Is showing mo a toy ; Alas 1 how can I write a line? He says: "Woite, Papa's Boy." At eve he nestles in my lap. While shadows gather 'round; And there enjoys his little nap Till tea-bell makes its sound, Then, half awake and half asleep, With glance so sweetly coy, JCe rubs his eyes, scarce half a peep, And murmurs: "Papa's Boy." Oft on a morn, I lie and doze, Build castles in the air. Think what I'd do, were I to lose Tho chernb sleeping there The leant faint stir that 1 can make, He hails with infant joy: Puts out h...

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. — 17 September 1887

Erttf -f'.. -w ?? s;r?5; . .fz.iz- . -- - - .--rvB . ' ,t- r mT7 i-VJ TT-- Tb - - , ,.. V& . WY .PH ' 'A1- -Bm S . " 'OP r J , -- i- " - ;!". -v ?!!..' wrf.Tv.f'J. '" T J-V . .. 7. -t f:r -. r ... j -VB p" . .. . is. x Ji '- -rsa ..s. ...? .3 r.c.-r - -f.' - ? . i.-w, r rmian !-H V "2"eaxly SvLbsoriptiozi $2.00 NINTH YEAH. FOR BARGAINS GO TO L, He Keeps Constantly on Hand the Best of Everything in GROCERIES ! DRY GOODS, AND SELLS BOTTOM WILL ALWAYS PAT THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE DON'T FORGET WA-KEENEY, 2 L WA-KEENEY MEAT MARKET. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. BOLOGNA SAUSAGE & PRESSED CORN BEEF A SPEOAIT!. THE! TI?.,A DID fcJUJHJrTil WO BEST FBIOBS PAID FOB OATTLH AND HOGH9. W. S. HARRISON, CHAS. N. BENEDICT, -DBALEBIN- Fruits and Vegetables CIG1BS. TOBACCOS. UD COIFtCTlOSEBIES. WttKaf t boy all tbe produce, at tha highest market price, whtos the farmers hare to dispose o QATiT, .AJSTD SEE TVTTl CHAS. N. BENEDICT. W. B. KRITCHFIELD, -ran a t .KHMTURE, CARPETS, WIDOW SHADES, PICTURES; t...

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. — 17 September 1887

TW, , V v ' A- Western jfam ' SfaWL OFFICIAL PAPER OffBECO COUITY. tf. 5. 77rW, ------- Editor. Saturday, September 17, 1887. A. D. Gilkeson, it is said, is about to start a Democratic paper in Hays City. Rumor remarks that its mis sion on earth will be to fight Register Beard. Great guns! Don't Professor Beard's legions of land notices bring np in fine order the heavy artillery of the average Democratic newspapers in this -district? The Tribuys says the farmers claim that the crop of sod corn in Greeley county this year will average from fifteen to twenty bushels per acre without any more rain. Key. J. Q. A. Weller's remains, the Grainfield Cap Sheaf says, were bu ried in liawrence. It would have seemed more fitting had they been buried on the plains where so many of the last years of his life were employed. !Rrs. Hattseb, of Wild Horse township, Graham county," we see by the Millbrook Democrat, was adjudged insane by a jury on Tuesday of last week. The husband of the unfortunate w...

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. — 17 September 1887

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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. — 17 September 1887

l3B.,''i?: KHT v'4? 'W a3r TS H&r q fi r -a .mts 3S ,J? SKrre gratwsr" 75sr r 22 ' tfT ;j T" -r WfifcTO KWHtjSi OFFICIAL PAPER OP TREGO COUHTY. W. S. TILTON, - - Editor. Saturday September 17, 1887. BEPXTBLICAN PRIMARY ELEC- TION. Wa-Keenzt, Kan., Aug. 13, 1887, It is hereby recommended that the Eepoblican nominations for county offices this year be made by means of -the primary election system. The officers to be nominated are: h Sheriff. A County Treasurer. A County Clerk. A Register of Deeds. A County Suryeyor. A Coroner. sA, Commissioner forihe Hret District only the Nrifprs of that district to participate in making this The primary flections In the various townships will be held on Saturday, Oct 1, 1887, as follows: IS WA-KKENBT TOWNSHIP. X?a ITiumoT niwhwt nt Wn.TCppnfi'r. 8 O'clock A. M. to 6 p. m. At Willcox precinct, 2 o'clock p. m. to PP. J. IN COLLTEB TOWNSHIP. At Collyer precinct, 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. At Banner precinct, 2 p. m. to 6 p. at IN QGAIXAH TOWJ.SHIP. At Ogal...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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