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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 8 October 1887

&?SissSWCjsSB!jiWBPPPHKR?S5K3S?SroBBrPBBHHHHPMB3 KsH&ffA s ? J & J-fc V W&MW ..iv jt - - cmiv .,tj-b' .rm. m a . r" ta - t. . . & .'A & h v- I ';) r m'f . Mwrmm-r' KGkr. y" - " ' -''Y?rf f "5Tearly Siztosoriiptioxi $2.00 NINTH YEAR. FOR BARGAINS GO TO k: L, He Keeps Constantly on Hand the Best of Everything in GROCERIES 1 DRY GOODS, AND SELLS BOTTOM WILL ALWAYS PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE DON'T FORGET THE PLACE: k: L, WA-KEENEY, WA-KEEM MEAT MARKET. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, SOMA SAUSAGE & PRESSED COM BEEF A SPECUITI. THE TIAJDB - i m mt .tptt BEST PRICES PAID FOB CATTLE AND HOGS. W. S. HARRISON, CHAS. N. BENEDICT, -DEALER IN- Fruits and Vegetables CIGARS, TOBACCOS. AND CONFECTIONERIES. Wants m boy all the produce, at the honest market price, whlok the fanners hare to dispose o OATiT, AND SEE 243EL CHAS. N. BENEDICT. W. B. KRITCHFIELD, -DTA A T FUWITCRE, CARPETS, WIflDOW SHADES, PICTURES JeiSrwytfrlcgtaHo TwnfcMiig U KaehlMBepaiia. TOBJEKTJUUCB. Barfl Bobea,...

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. — 8 October 1887

t.- V.5HB If. 1' Wwtmi Stat foW. OFFICIAL PAPER OF TREGO COUNTY. IV. S. TYTOtf, Editor. Saturday, October 8, 1887. County Republican Ticket. For Sheriff JOSEPH ESCHER. For Treasurer CHAS. H. GIBBS. For Clerk C. A. HOAR. For Register of Deeds ADA E. CLIFT. For Surveyor CHAS. J. FERRIS. For Coroner JOSHUA GROFT. For Commissioner First Dist. C. C. RIDGWAY. The Gr. A. B. camp fire to be held at Oakley on the 19, 20 and 21 instant promises to be a grand affair. Addresses are to be delivered by Senator Plumb, Congressman Turner and others. The committee on entertainment desire that every Post within the district shall notify Wm. Wilson, adjutant of the Oakley Post, how many persons will attend the camp fire. This should be done not later than the tenth of October, C. M. Paull is carrying the mail be tweon this place and Utica, Ness county. Jo. Irwin of the Smoky valley, reports that several new settlers have re cently located in his neighborhood. The preliminary preparations for putting u...

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. — 8 October 1887

ssiwssasraaPSHsraBjj--w Aa w Mwiwaisi t ".tj 3, -"l-3- - '- " -r -- Wf,i" J-Jttsr- J X-"" i-- 3TiT2 a j. -s .4-' i vr- JECS w& Is prepared solely for the cure or complaints mcu afflict all womankind. It elves tone and strength to the uterine organs, and corrects danrrerons disnla ?lacements and irrejralarl n rhan'rp oflife. The use at ties. Itlsofgreatvalneln chan;n oflife. XERREX.L'SFxrHAIJSTeXXCdnrinirDresr. xaacy greatly relieves the pains ofmotherhood and promotes speedy recovery. It ass .sta nature to safely make the critical change from girlhood to "Womanhood. It is pleasant to the taste and may be taken at all times with perfect safety. Price, 91. FOR SALE BT ALL DRUGGIST'- J JESEELLDBDGCO.SoIeProp.,ST iO UIS. IT IS A P URUrVE5ETA3 LE PRErAHAnOWi c'.cUEAHK ANfsiss -rtV ftJ .. U KZIWW LftyPBinHIYAC 5ENHA-MANDRAKE-BUCHU AM3 OTHEH EHUAUYEFFIClESTHSaEDES. It has stood the Test of Years, Curing all Diseases of tae BLOOD, LIVES, BTOLI ACH. KED2TEYS.B0W ELS, tc. It Purifies trio...

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. — 8 October 1887

r-i T Vf ' St "sJfj&S s iT jSrS&S&Z "Cr K iJT- 1 lTvTMliT,7fTSVKii.".:' -! i - y ' ' . W0t T -fc-'-V Pv! Vfc-2Lfc,:i v -"Mr f ,i,r1Kv' ? s- s? V- "S?V-S "-bS.'SMs'frisr. T 5J?i,5T " ' ,Sn ;. - i-Ji"" ' - -J- JT5 SJa' feSSfv,. . iC!K-g& a Q5j-V dV sh$??&so ! " , O S OFFICIAL PAPEI OF TBEGO COUHTY. W. S. TILTON, --,.-- frftor. Satubday, October 8, 1887. Come to the Fair. The Fair opens on next Tuesday. Everybody should not only come to the Fair, but ho should bring some thing to exhibit. The boys in Ness City are being censured, the Nezvs tells, for breaking out widows -with their bean-shooters. Be J!ree with your change to the extent of taking in the Fair. It is an event which comes only once a year. A fair is to be held at Grainfield on the 14 inst, under, the auspices of the Grainfield Trotting Park Association. A liberal number o small -premiums ;are pffered. - Tee Beloit Gazette supplement of September 29 contains a large number of pictures of fine residences ...

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. — 8 October 1887

WJfcyv - YT sfvag ESs .e-iiri-& i-i-i It Bfc n1". V "i' 3?& v 1 ;u TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS, Served up fay the "World's" Bustling Reporters. COLI.YER CAWINGS, V. P. BAXLBOAD TIME TJLBLE. EAST 'WEST JF&st Mall, ------, c.37 a m 9:56 p at Day Passenger ----, 55 pji 10 56 p m JrelRht - - - - - r j. 3.40 pm 11:25 ai Passengers allowed by permit. Coiylyeb, Oct 5, 1887, Visitors. Benewed vines. .Crops mostly gathered. Notice change of time table. No Sunday school, because no key. If the frost will only keep away, a sec xrid growth of many .crops will mature. L. A. Fishher spent a few hours here n Monday and then returned to Oakley. Jas. H. Siebert has returned from his eastern trip, and W. K. Ingram is expect ed home this week. As the key to the school house was ac cidentally carried away last Sabbath no .Sunday school was held. Burt Mills came t up last Friday from Hiawatha to close up some business per- taining to their recently removed store. At the W. E. O. dance Friday eveni...

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. — 8 October 1887

9SS'?t & . Ifevlw 3 H -tCJ- sSsfcU , "w ? t.- -v 'ts. IF- ' GENERAL MEWS. Near Fern, Indiana, J, Bobbins had his leg nearly cut off at the knee by an ax, in a companion's hand, flying from the handle -while they were chopping a tree. Bobbins died before a doctor reached him An old lady, was8 fatally8 burned Sfy &a Rapids. Iowa, lamp explosion. The house was destroyed AtKilbarry Ireland, the police we tacked with stones, and. pitchforks while attemphng to sieze thecattle of a delinquent tenant iur rtuu xjio yuiiuo cuucavwou iaj defend themselves with bayonets, but were driven from the field. The cattle did not accompany them. A game of cards for a quart of whisky was olaved at Blue Ridge, Texas, and-"Bud" Scrivener and Ben Eakler were killed with ' knives. The stakes had fortunately been drank before the knives were dealt. The general term of the New York su preme court, with four judgeB on the bench, has affirmed the sentence of "Jake Sharp, and he is to be sent to Sing Sing...

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. — 8 October 1887

&mm?Tr twwv , s "V, ifcn , 4 f,5 " v - , "i -1 " " J" M ' $'. Time Table K. D. of TT. P. B. B. KTPJRK83 TRAINS. ) goes east 6:00 p. . j 203 goes west 10:25 . at 202 " " G:59,. ll " 958p.it PBEIGHT TRAINS. Denver and Kansas City Time Freight and stock, west due 8-35 A. it No 214, Local, east due 5 p. it 211, TTanapip city and Denver time freight and stock, west doe 1:40 p. it 213 local, west iae 6:49 x. 213, local west leaves 651 it . Numbers 213 and 214 will carry pass engers; other freights will not THE FAIR. It Is to be a Grand Positive Fair. The Chilliness Which Greeted It at First Has Fled Precipitately before the Infusion of Warm Blood Which Has Been Poured in to Fill the Abnormal Vacuum! Everything Lovely and a Huge Crowd Awaiting the Opening. More'Special Premiums, the Build ings, Fencing, Etc., Etc., Etc. ADDITIONAIi SPECIAIi PBEMIUMB. Forestry Commissioner JRobb comes forward with the following" additional special premiums: Best collection of Seedlings in Tre go county,...

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. — 8 October 1887

&$8 rjFSW fc -! rSC JSfTTV ' v . i . t-..'aarv- C&l" &&&& C--Ss "tUkr 4 VI & ! ?w&.m a ?-"& u. s ri r: W"". it w , XHK WOKDKBFDXi COFSTXT. ST JOHN EOZZiS O'jtKTTJilX, Thar osee irss a time when, as old gongs prove The earth -was not round, bat an endless plain; The sea -was as -wide as the heavens above it Jnst millions of miles and begin again. And that was the time ay, and mors's the pity It ever should end J when the -world could play, When singers told tales of a crystal city In a -wonderful country far away I JBut the schools must come, -with their scales and measures, To limit the visions and -welsh the Bpells ; They scoffed at. the dreamers with rainbow treasures, And circled the world in their parallels; They chartered the vales and the sunny mea dows, Whre minstrels might ride for a year and a day; They sounded the depths and they pierced the shadows Of that wonderful country far away. For fancies they gave us their microscopies; For know...

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. — 15 October 1887

ww p jtwflejjsjtEL k k v lll I a A m LH I - LH M pfiflp VB & B Bl LLass?f4B$WMLLmV U L ILLLm 0 LLH H. .LLH IiLH tfBl H H B B . LLBLm 9frMLL-?3 jr A?9fl BBHtf? WWSLLLLfc. k. mI B B El 4 Wv B B H B Bk H H 9 f B w LA L B r BI jy?gtJS3ic viyA Bl stfttR-LLLm-La VLLL V 0-JH- B-ILHB flLH B ww LLH Br LLB H- H j 5 jf B & T - " -! $ if .s ; i! & Jtt .( 4 MF -$. ?3 $jr Ifo 8Lr f K 'S& - !ty fV' iM, ; ' js i .- Ci Yearly Siibsoriptdon $S.OO NINTH YEAR FOR BARGAINS GO TO Z L. v He Keeps Constantly on Hand the Best of Everything in GROCERIES DRY GOODS, AND SELLS THBjfe AT BOTTOM WILL ALWAYS PAy THE P HIGHEST MARKET PRICE DON'T FORGET THE PLACES k: L. WA-KEENEY, IA-KEEMY MEAT MARKET. . WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. mOONA SAUSAGE & PRESSED W BEEF A SPECULT1. BEST FtelCES PAID FOB OATTLB AND HOGH3. W. S. HARRISON, - - - Proprietor. CHAS. N. .DEALER IN- Fruits and CIGIBS, TOBACCOS. wmj wH tbm prodsot, at lh IkrnMra bar OAT.T, AOSHD HtiH TwTFl CHAS. N. BENEDICT. t-1 c 3 . W. B. KRITCHFIELD...

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. — 15 October 1887

t i: r. h. - VT '-rw ; K ' !,-. tH&A - y- r -s 1 1 J - "e :? EBW-CSSBS"! mmmmmmm '&. l""r TM ' OFFICIAL fAPEI OF TIEfiOCfllTT. y. S. TILTON, - r - - - - ftrtor. Satubdat, Octobeb 15, J.887. County Republican Ticket. Tor Sheriff JOSEPH 3BCHEB. Tor Treasurer CHAfc. H. GIBBS. Tor Clerk C. A. HOAR. For Register of iJeeds ADAE. CLIFT. For Surveyor CHAS. J. FEBBIS. For Coroner JOSHUA GROFT. For Commissioner First Dist. C. C. BIPGWAY. We believe in giving honor to whom honor is due. A refusal to do this at the proper time is bane pt many Aiier'cin communities. The whole fair "directory have done their duty nobly They are entitled to the thanks of our people for jtheir devotion to a great public cause. $he president of the association, Mr. McGarvie. is entitled to marked cred it for the tight which he has made, much of the time against great odds, in fayor of this fair. He had no newspaper through which to press the" cogency of his argu ments. He went among the people, and stated hi...

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. — 15 October 1887

mwmiW: &TK' Sv SSP3RSSTffiS13ffiB r- w-jc. , TiV -A" :; fSarv vf'V-- i f-.-i - V i -0 3i-&r, 1- "ft. 3i; fe-.A-s fVV1-i 1 . - JrJ S I' v . Kv" 1 LV Krr tJrti 1'" - yfeH X y52KJL III ay atic cfGartf-ti-ja m i3' & ERREIlS yy7omQ Is prepared solely for the cure of complaints which afflict all womanKina. it ves tone ana strenexn to e uterine organs, anaj marrfcts dtrnftn-nrt Mnlxcrments and irregular!' ties. Itls of jreatvalnein change ofllfe. The use of MEBKELL'S FEMALE TS3NIC dming-preg-aacy rreatly relieves tbepalnsof motherhood and promotes speedy recovery. It assists nature to safely make the critical change from girlhood to womanhood. Itispleasanttothetasteandmay ba taken at all times with perfect safety. Price, SI. rOR.8At.K BT AW. DRUGGISTS. , jrjBJEEKELLPKDGCO.tSoleProp.,BTXOUl. IT ISA PUKQTVE6ETABLE PRERARAIION '.cflBAWT ANrtHK riQiraicxiyS SENM-MANDRAKE-BUCHU mo other sauMixemciaanmtDKS. has stood the Test of Years, Curing all Diseases or the BLOOD, LIVEB, BTOM AC...

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. — 15 October 1887

otrS '' "5B?SBII -S5&Ja -rtfS- t t- , v -v jt. ' ' f r ?" "A S. rV Jj? J-.- J9 -? ; ?r iSW rf.J S j ff V? " r-J S-Kt?3L2?. cw 5U 3. ."y- ni T&ei' 3' Mto mm 9ttnt& OFFICIAL PAPEI OF T1EB0 COWTT. v. 5. rzrov, - - - r Editor. Saturday, October 15, 1887. The follcvring fonr columns are from the Western Kansas WorlflEitra OF "WEDNESDAY: THE MO COITI FAIR. A Grand Success What It Is. Displays Which. Would Be Credit able to Any County in Kansas. Complete List of Entries up to the the Close of Tuesday. CLASS A. Lot 1. Wm Wbeeler, Cpw 3 years old and over. Edward Chalk, Thoroughbred bull. Lot 4. Wm Wheeler, Bull calf under 1 year., Bull palf under 1 year. " JBCeifer 2 years ojd and under 3. Heifer 1 year old and under 2. Heifer unde.r 1 yeaj old. Heifer under 1 year old. A J Harlan, Cow 3 years old and over. Cow giving most milk by "weight. Heifer 1 year old and under 2. G T Galloway, Cow 3 years old and over, SWEEPSTAKES. Wm Wheeler, Best bull of any age. Best cow of any age. A ...

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. — 15 October 1887

itgjaTT'"- -i "rj -jw.' --nBnHB' i mii m i iiwMiiimii ww tm tti nriTTipmrm iii t i m in ! i w n imi i i i i ii miw n i wiiumi ii wiih hiwhb i niw i 11 vwm imbi i in ! mwmwmimimii iw iw i i iiihip ii i www in VVV57 T IT'" ' . vi- ,V'L " .ST. : . - -j." -T'X;'o- t rJ"- t. s- a" -' f -. "- . 3!- VVM - , . " -fc- ". yrt'.-'WV . -, i J- j A. .T wJfL -! ;,?' t Jt 5' $1 !S j ?.f K k i .S v t . , V rw ft H M ft u y mC F' i ' ii m . , w t5v -. afr irr . Fx& nj' .t PLATE-PBINTJBD PAPERS. The country newspaper of to-day is a 4trery different affair from what it was a few years ago. The firstinnovaiion upon the public ation of the country paper at home was "the patent outside" that is, a paper published one half in Chicago or some other city and the remainder in the town where it claimed to be issued. .These "patent outsides" were furnished to the owner of the country paper as. cheaply as he could buy the white paper on which he had been in the habit of print ing Iiis newspaper. They saved ...

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. — 15 October 1887

to mmmmwwmmmmmmmmmsmm r& Vr . . ., i-. . . . - . . wiv1 'lJbl; . . r. - -r. rf j - . i T - r- ;'v rSCT-- . ' " fc -. - "avwss? .v'vⅈ &c .gfe "a K'tfisyiA Stv.? -. .jSftfrs. "11 5 I-- ? lk r isftoti. L & Cfafc j&P 5, K . his V- 4 . . aamamMSSSSSSSSSSSBSSSBBSSsanMSSSsaSSSSSSSsm DOMESTIC. The depositors in the broken, bank at Bellevue, Ohio, are .invited to believe that they -will lose little ornothing by the bank's 'failure, but the receiver has not yet been able to prepare a report upon the condition of the concern. Loans to - the amount ot $110,000 upon -worthless securities are given as the cause of the collapse. Tha wnn of nej?ro insurrections" at the .south seems to bo unusually abundant this season. A dispatch from Brook Haven, Mississippi, reports that about three hundred reapers, with shotguns, "were harvesting a colored disturbance near the line of Pike and Lawrence counties, in that state, and that reinforcements had gone from Brook Haven to assist in ...

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. — 15 October 1887

TS? v - r.-Mss c .. -i nit. fSr"WT &a- ,. -fM? ttfri&.r? i-& "" iS? 3siE JA, ,.'4 f 'fr 1gW '$$ yq ... .,. " J.'- iri MS "I" -Bpw ;- y '- &" . Uu. v& fv . kt m if r- iN VI. W c r BR &? X - o n w i " '$ .4 jO v r.S Jfv "p. ? ,.. Time Table K. D. of TJ. P. B. B. EXPRESS TBAINS. 204 goes xst 6:00 p. x. J 203 goes wert 'joj " -.59 A. X. 1201 " u 10:23 a. K. 9:28 P. J. FREIGHT TRAINS. Denver and Kansas City Time Freight and rtock, west due 8-35 ju x. No 214, Local, east dne 6 p. x. 211, Kansas City and Denver time freight and stock, west duo 1:40 P. m. 213 local, west dne 6.49 a. x. 213, local west leaves 6.51 a. x. Numbers 2J3 and 214 will carry pass engers; other freights will not. LIST OF PBEMIUJiS Awarded Exhibitors at the Trego County Industrial Fair. CLASS A. Lot 1. PBEMIUM. Wm Wheeler, cow 3 yrs and over . 1 Ed Chalk, thoroughbred bull 3 yrs and over 1 A B Cooper, thoroughbred cow 3 yrs and over 2 -LfOTO. Wm Wheeler, bull calf under 1 yr u it " " 1 yr Same,...

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. — 15 October 1887

-"EPI " fc.-, &? srf --,: Hrv 1 ?y" rl3 nvr Cm THE FIREFLIES' DANCE. By the rivor'a grassy margin, Silvered in the moonbeam's light, In tho plcaBant month of roses Saw I once axpndrous sight. Flitting o'er the meadow graHSM, O'er the daisies slim and tall. Fairy dancers lightly whirling, Gathered for the fireflies' ball. All were robed in gauzy garments, By tho busy spider sawed; While for ornament, a dewdrop On each tiny girdle glowed. Grand the ball room Nature furnished, Boof ed by aznre, lit by stars, Carpeted by rarest TelTet, Hong with twilight's purple bars. "Water-lilliea, pure and stately, Swung their perfumed censers near, And sweet strains of wondrous xnuBin Fell upta my listening ear. Music 07 the woods and marshes ; Pipe If frogs so clear and shrill, Bipple soft of lapsing waters, Chirp of crickets on the hill. As Igasod in speechless wonder, Ceased the merry music Bhrill, Ceased the dancers' airy motion; Silenoe reigned o'er vale and hill. But a moment; then tho cr...

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. — 22 October 1887

lf?tiSWjB5!BBi ".-. fijftt IftW'rffS: ft - - i- -. - ' "1 - '," A -r k JrrtfJnf ff af . .TIFT V psl & TyiAfA' Jfsr-U SB av moMm - - T ' JL " r LJUCs : -- - -j Ir K. sp: m i" T-Tearly Su.tosoripti.ori sfeS.OO NINTH TEAR. FOR BARGAINS GO TO He Keeps Constantly on Hand the Best of Everything in GROCERIES i DRY GOODS, AND SELLS BOTTOM WILL ALWAYS PAY THE HIGHEST MOT PRICE DON'T FORGET WA-EENEY, El x WA-KEENELMEAT MARKET. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. mOGNA SAUSAGE & PRESSED COM BEEF A SPECIAIT1. T-3 T?.ADD mjJH-riTHin BEST FBICSS PAID FOB CATTLE AND HOGS. W. S. HARRISON, CHAS. N. BENEDICT, -DEALEB IN- Fruits and Vegetables CIGARS; TOBACCOS. AND CONFECTIONERIES. WfcBti f vJ n tbm prodnoe, at thm highest market prio wMok the fkrmeca haw to diiipoM of, OALTi jfNX) BT-T. TVTFl. CHAS. N. BENEDICT. Land Office Blanks, V X-SO--X, BX.nTE3, ATTHK WESTERN KiM WORLD OFFIOE. Blanks are not aqualed in Topeka in point of exceUenoa, and oar prioeaara reaaooabla. W. B. KRITCHFIELD, Tanjkxjna, in rOIITl...

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. — 22 October 1887

?55S5gw$9?s ?WfHl 53 - : .'BTJL rvgr1c' &?? jT WS-yJ prrxnrrv.'VrHnii?m? Sitetf Stanse SfttafM. OPriGIAL PAPBIl OF TBEOO CQBHTY. Saturday, October 22, 1887. County republican Ticket. For Sheriff JOSEPH ESCHER. Tor Treasuror-CHA3. H. GIBBS. For Clerk C. A. HOAR. For Beglstor of Deeds ACA E. CLIFT, For Surveyor-CHA8. J. FERRIS. For Coroner JOSHUA GEOFT. Tor Coinmieeloncr First Dist C. 0. RIDGWAY Wa-Keeney Township Republican Ticket. For Trusteo-DANIEL PERSHING. For Clerk-S. B. BARNES. For Treasurer-V, C. OLSON. For Justice of tlio Peace-S. T. BARTLETT. For Constables W. C. OLSON imd SMITH RTAENER. For Road Overeor, District 1 WILLIS JACKSON. District 20. L. COOK. District 3-1WLEY MOORE. District 4 VOL SYPHER. When Democrats whine for Re publican votes, give them their own medi cine. Tell them if they don't like the present political adjustment, they can phangeil by voting the Kepiblican ticket. The Republicans of Trego county have nominated a good ticket throughout. Any Republican...

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. — 22 October 1887

jr'- 3 !- c?b; --- "1-:wr.rj-Tsv 2v 4. sk- -4.'-7.,i i, : ara "1' -"T J!V- j "VS. 't V - - " r r- J' &r "IpV-. zr-,-rr fT'&qgt - ST jv fc -i Sun&ay Thoughts, Labor gives relish to pleasure. He who is a stranger to industry may possess, but he cannot enjoy. The acquisition of knowledge is one of the most honorable occupations of youth"! The consciousness of integrity gives ease and freedom to the mind; The world is like a wheel incessantly lAUBJ.11i;nBnuKpiTZ. I . t r T -1 it .ti sancypreatlyreUevesthepainsofmotberhoodand i revolving on wnicn nnmaa tilings aicex- prumoies speeay recovery, it assisia nature 10 t ,ai r jj fn safely make the 'critical chanjre from girlhood to i Uately rise and. ialL Tomiahond. It is pleasant to the taste and may be token at all times irith perfect safety. Price, f 1. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGIST?. JJSJtEEEELLDKCGCO.oIeProp.sTXOina. Is prepared solely fortha cnre or complaints wbicir aSIctall womankind. It rives tone and strength to the nterine o...

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. — 22 October 1887

FTffr KV'T&r fev! E.! iwr v, -5gV 'VSSpj-fS" IT5 ? V -r jT J?" a ar ?2P V t V 4 I rf " r- tf Sffltfimt gaw World, OFFICIAL PAPER OP TREGO COUHTY. w. 5. riiroyv, Editor. Saturday, Ogtqber 22, 1887. The tomb of: ex-President Polk is a score ahead of that of Lincoln in the ... . , 'l m matter of havint? received a visit from President Cleveland. But Polk was a Democrat. President Cleveland found him self among friends at Chatanooga. Reb el soldiers presented him with a hickory walking cane from the battle field Lookout mountain. of Wa-Keeney had a good fail, judg- J ing by Tilton's paper, the World, which is a sheet the truthfulness of which you may bank on. Obci I in Eye. Eight thou nrjt an both counts! We suspect that Brother Conway, of the lorton Cham f ion, is found guilty of playing with the license of rhetoric. He says: "All final proofs will be published in the Champion at SI. 50 each." Not much will they! On exhibition at the Maine state fair this season was perhaps the hea...

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