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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 22 October 1887

f5m RpJekF V'AJ "wR jrssvsp; TTIp-sr ;.7 3 ' v - . - jj fer f HL- KJl " r COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS, Concluded. Wa-Keeney, Kax., Oct 4, 1887 Commiesioners met pursuant to- ad journment. Members .all present The appointment by County Superin tendent Baker of S. T. Bartlett, W. H. Dorns and A. L. Gleason to appraise the eaet of nw and the east of sw of sec. 36, town. 11, range 23, school land, and ot John Allman, W. B. Page and .Adolph Hulstrand to appraise the nw of the sw , south of sw and sw of se of sec. 36, town. 14, range 22, school land, were approved. The resignation of O. T. Birkeland, as justice of the peace for Collyer township, ,was accepted. County warrants to the amount of S3,777.11, which had been paid by the treasurer, were returned and .cancelled. Board adjourned to meet October 5. Wa-Keeney, Oct 5. Board met at 9:30 a. il; all present Bills were allowed as follows: Geo V York, examining treasur er's books, $ 2 00 E H Conger, salary as probate judge, 75 00 Shepard &am...

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. — 22 October 1887

N& 4i . r- . vy -" w"J?WlSJ. - t . - rr 'v ' '- r l GENERAL NEWS. The illness of the sultan of Morocco be comes a matter of some importance because of its possible effect upon European politics. The heir to the throne is a boy of 16, and he has numerous interested relatives who would be glad to relieve him of the car s of gov ernment. An internal disturbance in the country might call for interference on the part of England, France, Italy, and Spain, all of which nations have interests there. A train upon which Governor Foraker was traveling 10 zjaiesvnie, umu, icn- mo track and came near going over a steep em bankment. The governor was compelled to crawl through a w ndow in order to get out of the car in which he was riding and then he was taken on to his destination, where he braced up his shattered nerves by making a speech of an hourv duration. A qnarrel of long standing has existed be tween the families of Charles Schauff-rfc and George Gaeblein, of Breslau, New York, owing ...

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. — 22 October 1887

WmwmwwWmm P5SS53 A v T wt m. rjfw Time Table K. D. of TT. P. E. B. EXPRESS TRAINS. 204 goes east 6:00 p. ar. 203 goe3 west 10:25 a. x. 202 ' " 0:59 a.m. 201 " " 9:28 V. . FREIGHT TRAINS. Denver and Kansas City Timo Freight and slock, west due 8-35 x. m. No 214, Local, east due 5 v. ar. 211, Kansas City and Denver time freight and stocL', west due 1:10 V. m. 213 local, west due 6:49 a. m. 213, local west leaves 6:51 x. m. Numbers 213 and 214 will caTry pass engers; other freights will not. TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. .Served up fay tne "World's" Rustling Reporters. COLLYER CAWITTGS. U. P. EA1LROAD TIME TABLE. EAST WEST 3?aEt Mail, .--.-.- 6:37 am 9.36 p M Day Passenger - - - - 5:25 pm 10.56 pm .Treight ------- 3.40 p m 11:25 a m Passengers allowed by permit COLLYER, Oct. 19, 1887. Frost. Cooler weather. , The number of scholars has decreased- E. O. Cohn has built an addition to his house. Mr. Geisinger shipped a car-load of cat tle to-day. W. B. Ingram returned Thursday from his eastern t...

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. — 22 October 1887

Zyg!r i 8! BS3 stHSgSSWSRR r.Sw- "I M 1 x-li v5 i&1 WSk af1 TFJ? OLD-FASHIONED GIRL, Jiy grandma was a model girl. My mother says to me ; Of modesty the pink and pearl, Who like wo never see. Her bustle was a mighty thing, That weighed about four pound ; Her hoop a vast encircling ring, Full fifteen feet rounJ. Her powdered ha rw&3 curled so tight, And bull I up steeple high, She chould not take at down at night, Nor could she wink cor oye; For days together, I have read, Her hair would thus remain ; I feared mo much dear grandma's head A shampoo would disdain. She used to drink a power of wine, And gamble with the men ; And lace 1 this slender waist of mine Belonged to fish wives then. Her lov6ra did not woo like men, But used to sneak anl creep Beneath Miss Grandma's window when The family was asleep. And then, Tve heard grandfather say, When sho was so enteen, One pitch dark night she ran away With him to Gretna Green ; All this my badness qualifies At times, when ma unfu...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 29 October 1887

HH8! $ m c ??SBnn5C ft. , W. jY fDtr, t.""W. jt?ti IXJF ;v- -.?j?w-s v Tn.vi'v: "v jr ' '. r o-jf -..-"i - . r ." & v. v -. msr ..r-' rtS L j r- sr-iWErjsss ." G " ' -J w. -v - , r 6L "ft- j3 LS . . ."55 r. 4 tef- . - Bo- "SToarly Subscription $2.00 NINTH YEAR. FOR BARGAINS GO TO 2 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-KEENEY, L. WA-KEEM MEAT MARKET. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. SOMA SAUSAGE & PRESSED COBS BEEF A SPECULTI. BB3T KRIC3BS PAID FOB OATTLH AND HOOa W. S. HARBISON", - - - Proprietor. CHAS. N. BENEDICT, -DEALER IN- Fruits and Vegetables BOMS, TOBACCOS. AID COIFECTIORERIES. bmy & tbm prodoot, a tbm Idlest market prioe wUoi fkHumnihsfttodivoMtt OAT.T, JISTD SEE TVTF1 CHAS. N. BENEDICT. r Land Office Blanks, LEGAL ELAJNTKIS, AT THE WESTERS KMSAS WORLD OFFICE. Blanks ar not equaled in Topekft in point of excellence, mad ow price ar reasonable. W. B. KRITCHFIELD...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 29 October 1887

f-i Zip 1 '' CISW33 MJr-3 LJ&S1 ""W " iCSA fl V ituAfrl ' . T'; f-.VA.st)' ' -is if-n?--S' l i j -iV! , o k fc I-3- Ll. :Wstcro igatWHjs WMil OFFICIAL PAPER OF TRESO COUHTY. W. S. TILTON, Editor. Satukdat, October 29, 1887. County Republican Ticket.. For Shcriff-aOSEPH ESCHEK. 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 GEOFT. For Commissioner First Dist. C. C. RIDGWAY Wa-Keeney Township Republican Ticket. For Trutee-D VNIEL PERSHING, For Clert S. B. BARNES. For Treasurer W. C OLSON. For Justice of the Peace-S. T. BARTLETT. For Constables W. C OLSON and SMITH WARNER. Forltoad 0erseera, District 1 WILLIS JACKSON. District 20. L. COOK. DLstrict3-RILEy MOORE. District 4 W1L SYPHER. SENATOR PLUMB. Hia Speech at Opera Hall Tuesday Night, Hon. Preston B. Plumb, one of Kansas' distinguished members in the United States senate, arrived in the city Tuesday afternoon, and at night addressed as lar...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 29 October 1887

wwmwmmm. " - " -tn HS u;- - - r t."1 & . t . . ?: to. - 'A K "5T Hi in a T King's Grave. His feet were turned a little north oi west, as if he was laid to face the di rection of the setting sun, for several vertebras of the back lay continuously along the center and beyond these was the left thigh bone. He had worn a woolen surcoat, edged with a beautiful frilling of gold, and buckled at the neck with a golden clasp, for some traces of a woven woolen fiber were found adhering beneath a fragment of decayed wood, and numerous shreds of gold tissue, sometimes ten inches in length, gathered up to a fringe of an inch in width, were scattered for "some two yards along the middle of th grave ; and above these was a buckle four inches long, made of four ounces of pure gold, richly chased, and set with garnets and with ornaments of colored enamel, which still retains its brilliancy. He wore -also a belt of stamped leather, fastened by two gold buckles, of only less beautiful work manship...

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. — 29 October 1887

- i , fs: s : pc ?? VP t. -vfc S" r - 4 i a , gggggggg ' ' " ' f jggggggg ;. s . . . : . 'n w s ' SflMmi IKwww RML OFFICIAL PAPER OF TREGO COUITY. W. 5. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, October 29, 1887. Snow fell through Tuesday at Charlottesville, Va. We are glad to receive the Leaven worth evening Daily Sun. It is small, but bright. William Othouse, of Dorrance, Eussell county, shot and killed himself Sunday night on account of family diffi culties. - Hutchinson" is to have a salt manufactory, costing from $80,000 to $100,000, and employing 100 hands from the start. On Tuesday last President Cleve land issued his proclamation, to the effect that Thursday, November 24, "will be observed by the people of the United States as a day of thanksgiving and prayer. Western Kansas farmers will make more money by going into partner ship with nature in the raising of crops than by trying to beat her. Abilene Ga zette. Old settlers here already know that. To some others, its mention is treason. Did ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 29 October 1887

ipippf T CFW iiXRr. C? !; w - , 'l -l JL tTS--i !&T "i Another Railroad for Trego. At Topeka on Tuesday articles of incor poration wore granted to the Inter-State and Denver Railroad company. Capital stock, 32,000,000; directors, A. E. Godef froy and Francis Hoa, city New York; E. A. Hildebrand, Strong City; L. P. Santy, Clements W. P. Martin, Cottonwood Palls; Stephen Jex, Alex E. Cass and W. W. Loveless, Marion; Wm. Martindale, Madison. The road is to be standard gauge, starting from Madison, in Green wood county, and running through the counties of Lyon, Chase, Marion, Dickin son, McPherson, Saline, Ellsworth, Rice, . Barton, Russell, Rush, Ellis, Trego, Ness, Lane, Scott, Gove, Logan, Greeley, and Wallace, and thence west to the city of Denver. The estimated length of the road is four hundred miles. Headquar ters at Marion, in Marion county. Our readers can do as we have to in de ciding the course which this road is to take through Trego county guess at it. On general princi...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 29 October 1887

:iti r 1.-o&:F2sm " a srjs aExx.wrKfe.s3'r7' v a- vfRliSPiMS tev "..TRii - 5s. -tw Vr;-"!f n t VH- h r? n! kv "t ? - A.'- ri IM GENERAL NEWS. "What is pronunced by physicians as the most remarkable case of general tuberculosis f the system to be found in medical records is reported from Montpelier, Indiana- A post mortem held on the body of a man named Jackson revealed the fact that all the rgans of the deceased were full of tubercles, and that the heart had almost entirely wasted away. He had been sick less than a year. As if the list -were not long enough already, a new disease has appeared among the hogs in southern Wisconsin, and the melancholy agriculturists of that region probably regard their fellow-laborers elsewhere with an air f gloomy triumph. A lively fight took place between the murderers of the Methodist minister, Ryan, who was killed near Walton, West Virginia, and officers and citizens who were pursuing them. One of the murderers was killed and another captured a...

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. — 29 October 1887

&T$&iBm&8$&mm' y&&qgsjG$ SxTWS vSS4?t5 ff- WfeCftf "SSf VsiT ' , w .' -f . -? wftrt. v- ir KV -"j l-iv .T-i ri J1 A' yp y V r, .VM m Time Table K. J. of U, F.EB. EXPRESS TRAIKB. &. -4M mm ut-:O0 r. K. I 303 goes vest 10:25 jl k. i Mt -59 A. Sf I an -0 t. w FREIGHT TRAINS. BwiTtir ad Kansas City Time Freight aad stock, west dae -6-33 a. ac Jto 314, Local, east dae 5 p. at -JU, "Kmnmi City and Denver time freight and stock, we dae 1:40 p. n. -9U local, wet dae 6:49 a. x. 413, local west leaves .51 a. at Numbers 213 and 214 will carry paas amgers; other freights will not TREGO CflUNTY TRACINGS. , Served upfy tte "World's" Rustling Reporters. COLXYEK CAWLNTGS. C. .F. BXXUOLD TOfE TABUE. EAST WEST TaatXafl, ------- 37am 9j6px Dy .Passenger - - 5:25 pac 10.56 fx JTralfht ------- .3.40 a 11:25 ax Paaaenger allowed by permit Collyer, Oct 26, 1887. .New arrivals. A few windless days. What has became of the W. C. T. U? Oollyer has a number-one literary so ciety. A ...

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. — 29 October 1887

a&WMs&saSEs i& "v$st &y;FVir ' ,i t w.,ar "& fV - IT I r t r & r- A CHARACTER. BY JAMES WU1TC0MB BHiEY. Swollowed up in gulfs of tho't Eye-glass fixed on who knows what? We but know he sees us not. Chanco upon him, here and there Base-ball park Industrial Fair Broadway Long Branch anywhere I Even at the races yet With his eye-glass tranced and set On somo dreamland minaret. At the beachthe where, perhaps, Tenderoat of eyes may glance On the fitness of his pants. Vain I all admiration vain ! His mouth, e'er and o'er again, Absently absorbs his cane. "Vain, as well, all tribute paid To his morning coat, inlaid With crossbars of every shade. Ho is so oblivions, tho' Wo played checker? to and fro On hs back he would not know. IL So removed illustrated Peace I kiss hands, and leave him thus. He hath never need of us. Come away! Enough! Lot be I Purest praise, to such as he, Were as basest obloquy. Vex no more that mind of his We, to him, are but as phizz Unto pop ...

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. — 5 November 1887

?SpW 'tf-g&fc I J ' 'w1 - -w . . "JFr r HI- -i .H 4 J f TTi. ff" r I JC J7 r -I " m v .-- arr hV-I.li . M '4 jF . HBF- .&ril rfV '--ti y 4-- Vj-v jf - -'" - r "" .w r - f' tjl .JTi-i.- i&i ivy. m- Yearly Su.tosori:ptioii $2.00 NINTH YEAH. FOR BARGAINS GO TO X 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-KP1ENEY, Z I. WA-KEENEY MEAT MARKET. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 'SOMA SAUSAGE & PRESSED COM BEEF A SPECIALTY. THH TRAJDEJ BEST1 PRICES PAID FOB W. S. HARRISON, CHAS. N. BENEDICT, -DEALER IN Fruits and Vegetables CIGARS, TOBACCOS. AND CONFECTIONERIES. WaalB to buy all the produce, at the hlheet market price whloft the fanners hawe to diepoee a& OATiTi .A-iTJD SEE TTT! CHAS. N. BENEDICT. Land Office Blanks, ZL.RO-.AJL BL-AJNTKS, -AT WESTM MM Blanks are not equaled in Topeka in point of excellence, and ow price are reasonable; W. B. KRITpHFIELD, IBMITIIRE, CARPETS, WI...

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. — 5 November 1887

3SF .NtW&! "fi rr.sea'ftv- r.- w rt : ? A - -aw feaiftau ?; t viur . x$ 4V- -v c. "st: ."t :.Ti pi. " ?"" -. ' jZT .-, v. jii i w vv s iV-F V " f Hr : :, HMtt w WML OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE90 COUHTY. W. S. TILTON, EdJtor- Saturday, November 5, 1887. County Republican Ticket. Tor Sheriff-JOJSEPH ESCHEfl. ForTreasurcr-CHAS. H. GIBBS. For Clerk C. AOAB. ror Register of Deeds ADA E. CLIFT. For Sureyor-CHAS. J. FERBIS. For Coroner-JOSHUA GROFT. For Commissioner First Diet C. C. BIDGWAY "Wa-Keeney Township Republican Ticket. For Trntee-DANIEL PERSHING. For Clerk-S.-B. BARNES. For Trea-urer W. C. OLSON. For Justice of the Peace-?. T. BARTLETT. For Conlables W. C OLSON and SMITH WARMER. For Road Overseer?, District 1- WILLIS JApKSON. District 2-0. L. COQK. District 3 -RILEY MOORE. District 4 W3i: SYPHER. HOGAN S NAME ERASED. STATE OF KANSAS, j gs TREGO COUNTY, ) This day personally appeared before me, a Notary Public, S. J. Osboro, A. H. Blair and W. H. Dann, who, being duly pwora, each, o...

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. — 5 November 1887

' Iff WE h'J I; r I. ! w I 3t gk if rTOKlQ Is prepared solely for the cure of complaints which afflict all womankind. It elves tone and strength to the uterine organs, and. corrects danrerons displacements and irregulari ties. ltlsnfpreatvalnelnchanppofIire. The use of MERREfcfcS FEMALE TON ICdurngpreg nancy greatly relieves thcpalnsofmotherhood ana promotes speedy recovery. It assists nature to safely make the critical change from girlhood to womanhood. Itlspiasantto thetasteand may ho taken at all times 1th perfect safety. Price, 91. FOR !.AI,E BY ALL DRUGGIST. , .r,0 J.B.MERREUj DRUG CO. ,SolcProp . ,fcT.LO UIS. IT ISAPUREUT VEGETABLE PREPARATION' tn&I.YAv. .i DABIT and aSB v - iCH Dfuui PRICKIIPRICKLYAS: 5ENNA-fANDRAKE-BUCHU AMD OTHER EO,UAtUr EFFICIENT REMEDIES has stood the Test of Years, Caring all Diseases of the BLOOD, LIVEB, BTOM- ACH, KUJNEYS.BOW ELS, &c. It Purifies the Blocd, Invigorates and Cleanses the 8ystera. SaA5H: BITTERS CURES DYSPEPSIA.CONSTI PATION, JAU...

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. — 5 November 1887

!&-ja vFi!ufSKfsi9KHKSBKIVW:Jp' giggPiTOsSRKMBiBSBBBBKBHBWBBMBiBMI r miVW-WJJ ,lJJBJM!-3!-J'l,MrJ'',s: a. T OFFICIAL PAPDE OF THEGO GCU3TY. vf. S. TILTON, - - - --v7 Editor. Saturday, November jT1?- Now for a board of trade J A Paying munufactorj of any de cent kind! Let this be the rallying cry! The rising statesmen or Kansas, the Salina Journal says, come, not- from the state offices, but from the halls of the legislature. Agricultural Commissioner Col sak promises his best efforts toward see ing that people are permitted to manufac ture sugar from sorghum without having to pay to anybody a royalty on the patent. G rover Cleveland calls the war of the rebellion a "sad interruption." To call it by its proper name, a devilish con spiracy to'crush Eepublican government, would make him uupopular where he is now strongest. If in presidential succession there is any thing in established precedents, Mr. Cleveland will not bo re-elected in 18SS. For the past half century nothing of th...

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. — 5 November 1887

J" f. ., Jte 'i.. ., K, tr ' If; I TMe "World" Endorsed. Sol iliUer, In Troy Chief. We are glad to see that the "Wa Heeney World is hammering away in fa vor of pensions for all persons who served in the Union army, upon the evidence of their honorable discharge, without regard to present disability. The Che, we be lieve, was the first paper in the United States to positively and squarely propose and advocate this measure, almost four years ago, and we used substantially the same arguments now used by the World. For doing so, we were abused like a pick pocket by the National Tribune, a paper published at Washington City, in the in terest of the 6oldiers, for the money it is making out of them. Now the Tribune is advocating the same measure, and we be lieve is posing as the old original Jacob Townsend of the proposition. Gove Wins Her Suit. During the legislative session of 18S5, an oversight resulted in Gove county being detached from Trego county for judicial and municipal purposes....

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. — 5 November 1887

fmmwmi j-ZJ tfEWS NOTES. Drunken marines raised a riot at the Brooklyn navy-yards, Saturlay night. They claimed that they were ba"3ly treated by their officers. ' At a meeting of the Typographical union in Chicago, it was made clear that the great majority of the members are in favor of the nine-hour movement. The matter did not come to a vote, however, as it v as deter mined to decide it by ballot Wednesday. Reports on the corn crop, received during last week, show a reduction in the estimates of the yield per acre in the states of Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, and Kansas, and an in crease in Iowa and Missouri. x'he report was received Saturday that the town of Empire, Ohio, was in danger from extensive forest fires that were raging in the neighborhood. Farmers near La Porte, Indiana, have suffered heavily by the fires that have prevailed in the Kankikee marsh during the last week. Th9 suit brought by the Milwaukee Malt company to compel the Rock Island railroad lo trans ort new beer th...

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. — 5 November 1887

SU FS i ' isaes yj?i?!S? T V -T- -f ' J -! wt? ril'K-''.. . ,. -. - i -T-"4 - " "V, J J v " - vys- - ar -6. "&; ; a&wjL ! jum?? wmmsmmmmiiMfjw:;Wif ?sfe. ?-Z-- 'J 'aiS 'r JT5ft-'"WT." ':. f. tTT f' W'rMt3.rys5iJwM- "V-'"" awn- "'l.ri3-. " j-sL-S sb&? &?& fes .w "sr-wv .Oif5Vr!?5nii "" 9s tff 'S& - - , ' &.Ctv vy-foe?. Wg&e -V - 3nf in,. PR fr tL fra P: ft rr, & K. i Br $ lis m yr- Xi Vi w$$ i-J- Time Table K D. of U. P. B. B, EXPRESS TBAIXS. 204 goes east 6:00 p. it. 203 goes west 10:25 a. m. J02 " 6:59 . M. 201 " " 9:28 p. as. FBEIG1JT TRATN8. Denver and Kaunas City lime 1'reight and 6tock, west due 8-35 x. it. No 214, Local, east doe 5 p. m . 211, Kansas City and Denver mo freight and stock, west due 1:40 . M. 213 local, west due 6.49 . u. 213, local west leaves 5:51 a. u. Numbers 2J3 and 214 will cany pass engers; other freights will not. TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS, Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. COLLYER CAWINGS. V. P. EAILKOAD TIMZ ...

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. — 5 November 1887

Kfi-V1 l i PffiFfrJli -feCt" . ;jfK2. 'w," Jir"ri"v: .iwp'vjz?:--', y? .-' - ""ft f ?i r'bVir,1J rJr V vV Ji -V -JSS . 3r Wll5 w '' s"5 ."f f, t SZ. i.v'31i J fcj yv-i-Kj i ?jr& -t. v "T? vr mimmm vmBSSgw7! r,'wsmsrmwm'vmmsf9mm jl iw ummhmjmi $si?3feKr mz,i, " -Tprrw I ,,iL"" J- W. VW" J, V Ti,U'J'i;.-' .S -- JT.J.3 .TJ j ? ., fTJiJVTOT. TB3-Jkc'r xZi t.. -i W- .. (.... . --rv 'jm - v?MVm:: . rfsyv"' infmrdSf J - " - J J -E f fl -- k - ; ' . ' - ... " . - "TIRED OUT." Just tired out," the neighbor sail Taming from the squalid led, Where th6 weary woman lay. Panting liio's last hours soj. Save that sound of sobbing breath, All was stilt as coming death; For the frightened children cowered Where, with heavy brows that lowered, Neath the long enduring Btrain, The mute husband boro his pain. Just tired ont far down below Waves wero fretting on tho flow ; Apd tho full recurrent rottr Echoed upward from tho shore ; Fainter grew tho pulses' beat As tho worn hands plucued tho sheet, ' A...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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