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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 18 February 1888

& "&? v.,-; 3J W TfwTtr -vjvj, -v fc4. .?. rf. .. 7 S";5'i't .-i 'T!St' i-iSsw Mf s&a irvi" -"5r -t SiiifrS, jVIr ""iVV i wt, ;' J- rifa -. Wetlierbee & Morgan Make long time loans and handle real estate in all counties in this Laud District. K o delay in paying out final proofs. Call on or address them at their ofiice, Ness City, or Wa-Keeney, Kans. - fZ M tjj J. E. BROOKS v & (Successor to WERLICH & KERSHAW.) DEALER IN Groceries, Flour Feed, HARDWARE, TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, ETC G-ive Us a Call and See Our Prices. THOMAS BROOKS, Manager. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS SOLO ON THE IN STALLMENT PLAN. JPBJBJfg I To the citizens of Trego county and vicinity: I have just opened a MUSIC STORE in WA-KEENEY, and keep on hand all kinds of MUSICAL MERCHANjDISE, -such as- VIOLINS, GUITARS, BANJOS AND ACCORDEONS, And a fine lino of Strings of all kind. I alo carry a fine line of jjkjjxnsEm jmimri -Headed by the- Hallett & Davis, W. H. Emerson & Co., and W. W. Kimball Pianos,...

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. — 18 February 1888

&&& mmm ' ' " ?& 'p$ ' r! iS1 PJ i-5. i'b, 3r . t '- .-&' c: JrV ?. DOMESTIC. The government directors of the Union Pacific railway submitted their an anal re port to the secretary of the interior, Wednesday. The report begins by calling attention to the importance of haying an early and definite settlement of the subsidy debt of the company on a basis of greater security to the government, and which should be within the ability of the company to meet. In ref ering to the fraudulent acts of former officers and employes of the com pany they submit that whatever may have been the wrongs done by individuals in their dealings with the Union Pacific, such wrongs Bhould be atoned for by those individuals themselves, and by them only. To punish and destroy the corporation be cause some time in the past it may have been despoiled by those who were bound in law to protect it does not appear to be a logical method of enforcing justice, nor . such a conception of justice as...

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. — 18 February 1888

& i F"ViT b :n C-A '.. s "i iior- 'Si . fcr.fc Br"' B Willi IIIIIIM IliaiWI a I llll 111,1111 "' ', " , " --i M tPimo Table K. D. of XL P. B. B. EXPRESS TRAINS. 204 rocs east 0:20 p. m. I 203 coes wert 10:07 ju m, iW3 " 6:59 a.m. 201 " u 9.-28P.M. FREIGHT TRAINS. Denver and Kansas City Time Freight and stock, west doe 8-35 a. m. No 214, Local, east due 5 r.M. 211, Kansas City and Denver time freight and stock, west due 1:40 v. m. 213 local, west due 6:49 a. m. 213, local west leaves 6:51 x. m. Numbers 213 and 214 will carry pass engers; other freights will not. TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS, Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. COLLYER CAWINGS. V. P. BAILKOAD TIME TABLE. EAST WEST .Fast Mail, ------- 6:37 am 10:37 pm '"Day Passeneer ----- 5:56 pm 10:55 am Treight ------- 4:00pm 852am Passengers allowed by permit. ' CoLiiTER, Feb. 15, 1888. Visitors. Cooler this week. Masquerade over. And every thing passed off smoothly. Mr. "Jim" Sloey came down from Buf falo to our dance. Mr....

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. — 18 February 1888

ml Ka.: V'tj; i.V , " 3 fl r l'ai'? 32s&3 m v k t II !JJ ,, , v. $fe o &T2NS. 'AZl- 'ST" "t.l 1LOW PAST, O WIND OF MEMORY. Blow part, O wind of memory I I must be calm to-night ; What would they ay of one who bow The trace of grief in sight? f Across the lighted hall you show My mother's face to me, "Within a room whose windows wide Look cut upon the sea. Tho young moon peeps between the panel Upon her slender hands ; And kisses tenderly a form That there beside hor stands. The group I love grows wider now, All. all are gathered there; My father grave, my sister sweet, My brotners, tan ana iair. Ob, onco again to feel the hands Clasp mine in love of old 1 Oh. once again to press the lips That now are dumb and cold I Haste on, 0 Time ! and bring me there To where they wait above ; It must be sweet it must be sweet, In that fair Land of Love. Oh, huBh ; my heart ! I would be calm, ao grief must reign in sight ; Blow past, O wind of memory 1 Ironst not weep to-night. -Anna B. B...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 25 February 1888

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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. — 25 February 1888

iwrar t: . .i v .-W.v III fo S-y ttZr I intern jww"WM. OFFICIAL PAPER OP TKEW COUITT. tf. 5. 771700, - -2 'Editor. Satubdax, February 1888. SENATORIAL COMMITTEE MEETING. The Eewibllcan. Senatorial Committee o the Tnrtieth Senatorial District willmeetat the city of MnKKesday, February 23th, 18S8, at 2 o'clock jffihe irarpow of fixing the time and place If holding the Senatorial Convenlion and the trans Action of auch other business as may properly come Store it. All members are urgently requested to SpSsent M. P. IsesbebQ, Secretary; DELEGATE CONVENTION. A delegate convention of the Republicans of the ih Sreesional district of the State of Kansas, ni K5m to the city of Oberlin, Kansas, on TOd&KW? & da? of May, 1888, at 2 o'clock Tm to the purpose of nominating two delegates P'?'li oHpiKs to represent the 6th congres alSsSSta tho National Republican Coven ff to bTheW in Chicago, HI., June 39th. 1888. eVeprSeptationJbe the same asin thetollowr ing Congw66ional Convention. CONGR...

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. — 25 February 1888

PfFftS ws 1CS J iV ' 'J i, if?5- &?& I fc ' C?" . ' a&s? lkWrA. ...'"" " -' -: ii'-,?'v J .!..!--.. .. . . .Cc"---. . '" "1 - E-?vG4Tri ' -jT ..t ,J tA . " Vi tt J . r- "i IT -r .- TJfl S " RfA-U1 H is i' S-JACOBSOIi fy. mmmmmB&L. SCIATICA. ISery. It is instrUP.Hvo fr -nMa fn. u catalogue of diseases that nine-tenths of I "T voogs luauu tneir cnronic stage through a stupid indifference to a correct treatment when thesystem is firstassailed. It is easUy shown that thousands of lives could besaved - NERVOUS PAINS. .w'offlW J?81?11081 SCLOTCA, Which SO IaSc?1 e human femilyand which efU2 to neuralgia of the sciatic neryerheumatism of the hip-joint, or parts adjoining it, hip gout, pains in theloinland fcfvln ndest form never seizes its prey without due warning. SYMPTOMS. ACUte-udden and acute P'ns in the hip SSL w; redess swelling, tenderness, soreness, fever, lameness and sometimes ex cruaating pains. The disease rapidly devel ops into cnronic or inflammatory stage. TR...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 25 February 1888

"i.o j-.n .-. -iC! I - t ""H .1 JmV:.'"T '&JJLU..9 Sk-'--. T , MXV - v-. ??NSS V-. " ,fc -- nJ.-? is fcv r g itf. 3T O JVBB&K&Ji, "tJT J l4gt?gJSrvK-'1' 1 w ". v? i-g.k..lr Astern mm 3itoM. OFFICIAL PAPER OF TIEfiO COUITY. W. 8. TILTON, - - . Editor. Saturdat, February Hats is to have an academy. Kaxsas first, Oklahoma some time later OIL The La Crosse Chieftain sas: Brad- ford for governor? Never? A kiln of brick is to be burned at Sharon Springa by May 1. The Sentinel says Hays is to have an iron foundry almost immediately. Sam Jones, the great revivalist, lectures in Abilene to-day on "Characters." The Headlight is writing up the busi ness interests of Ellis in good shape v The Scott City Heald advertiseBftheJ Scott County Nursery. Is this genuine, Brother Case? ' o . -i-. n I x Krtil' OH.iCUiS.AH JTOSX, VJT. A. XV, J.1COO VUjrf gives a public camp fire and entertain; ment this evening. Tke. Herald announces that there are no flies on the Gaylord Board of Trade. It is...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 25 February 1888

8H"K f i V-&?S!W .ti iS8 . tIh j'""''r? rf5 r !8fjjr k V ". v WPf lJV - ' 7.. V- V" '-K ?P5." v v Wetkertoee & Morgan Make long time loans and handle real estate in all counties in this Land District. No delay in paying out final proofs. Call on or address them at their office, Ness City, or Wa-Keeney, Kacs. fell 6 J. E. BROOKS '"v t f r (Successor to WERLICH & KERSHA W.) DEALER IN Groceries, Flour Feed, HARDWARE, TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, ETC. Give TJs a Call and See Our Prices. THOMAS BROOKS, Manager. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS SOLD ON THE IN STALLMENT PLAN. Kg Jj.' y )'w 'i"inlin'nfnliiifflflmCiiii WWrr Here's welcoming the editors.-, CanTas-top wagons push westward. - Editorial convention at Wa-Keeney, March. 2, 1886. W. E. Phillips, of Manhattan, wak in' town on Monday. ' Mr. Higby, the Dighton land man, was on onr streets last Monday. S. B. Barnes has helped Mr. Brown, the clothier, in his store, a portion of the week. A. Bowles expects to begin the plastering of Dr. TJpshaw's...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 25 February 1888

rSsrr $ffiP&F ?sww V- ;W'g- S.av"-. Jc v V j, ' VTaL&i 'u- - .s "6s- Cr-TFrV Aw. ,,.fU,r. ?'icS5waaarR3Wtf,riR f,ar . .WSSSBH&fi(ftSSs V . JL 11 "jSul- .-5n"rt fe A.-j..Cw. iW.I.?Sl- &&&5&f aw t--- r y, -),-yCr-pg.rH T-sy., w.prv.. T-vS--3V'Pvi--(T sraiP V DOMESTIC. 1 HSF ft FIFTIETH CONGRESS. A Kansas City special from Bice Hill, Mo., saysKeith-fc Perry's coal mine No. 6 caught fire at 6 o'clock Wednensday night and is still burning. It is feared that it -will become necessary to flood the mines, in which case work will be suspended for two months. Forty were killed in an explosion in a coal mine in Munich, Wednesday. The republicon editors of Indiana held a meeting in Indianapolis, Thursday. There was a large attendance from all parts of the state. The general sentiment favored mak ing the campaign in favor of protection, a free ballot and a fair count. There was a strong feeling in favor of pushing Ex-Senator Harrison as Indiana's candidate for pres id...

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. — 25 February 1888

'v 3aTS53HsS5SSSSJT'i?A, t&tFKzmimKm&nsx -;iiiaiw?rrv3K";;-rrtsscss,-3js3fl?cH;vii::ri - r- -&,?' : . --.-.-, z &&& 1& m fcv '$ TKme Table g. B. of U. P. R. R. EXPBESS TBADfS. 304 goes -east 630 p. ac 1 203 goes weft 10:07 ju m. 202 " "-59a.M.201 "9:28p.m. PBEIQHT TBAIN8. Denver and Kansas City Time Freight and stock, west due 8-35 a-m. No 214, Local, east dne 5 p.m. 211, Kansas City and Denver time freight and stock, west dne 1:40 p. st 213 local, west dne 6:49 a. m. 213, local west leaves 651 a. m. Numbers 213 and 214 will carry pass engers; other freights will not TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the " World's " Rustling Reporters. COLLYER CAWTNGS. tr. p. bixlboad time cabu. EAST WEST Fast Mail, ------- 6.37 am 1037 pm .Day Passenger ----- 556 p m 1055 a k freight ------- 40 p M 832 a m 'Passengers allowed by permit. Coblyeb, Feb. 22, 1888. Pleasant weather. Beautiful moonlight nights. Sunday was an awfully windy day. Qainter is going to have a ball...

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. — 25 February 1888

WPJXm & v t SSHS J J 5t -i '("'ft, "" , M?eHi &R$m&& 'tajEimxM'SrKTfFit Sfr v iv KUJ Vff thi 2 i "V LOST. BTWHiIiHUBBABD-XEBKAIT. The BTmllght is slanting through woodlands up- N lilting Their merry, green garlands beside the blue sea, "" The songs -of tho happy young reapers are , drifting: Out over th harvest fields hither to me. t Once in a miracle-morning together This landscape was limned in our eager young eyes, While over the far cliffs, all fringy with heather, We saw a whita sail blossom out of the skies. It bore to our beautiful manse a bright stran ger, Ab handsome as any young god on a throne, And, fool that I was 1 1 was 'dreamless of dan ger, Believing your tenderf nl heart was my own 1 Did I reproach you, O, wonderful woman I When you surrendered your eouI to this lust? Never I For, knowing your passions were human, I throw you a rose where you lay in the dust I threw you a rose I had kissed, and departed Again to the world that was worthless to me For...

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. — 3 March 1888

E5i,?S4-' r J2K t,gi'ti'' 'Xt r - (;- u - ( ' tf - fc " E - ,. t j !WSSE3cM sv sa rJ., 1 9CX k-J. .t-? 5jt '"-'"' uxa Yearly StxtoscriiDtion ia.OO vSTOOZ FJaJW-mSTGr THE BASIS OB1 OTXR, ZfcroiJSTRjmiS. Single Oopy 6 Omntm r" MjSnSi a Sanaa BeB SfeKvSavHjjlSnW BU!!J'BeB naSanVBeal flVBBael . Baal fl;jirssE-- Hs"saaag...... F1 ' - . w aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa"'"B'HBv a K"i .n .. r" ' -ijt 4i TENTH YEAH. WA-KEENEY HEAT MARKET. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. S0L001I1 SAUSAGE & PRESSED (M BEEF A SPEGULTI. THH TRADB bUPPUBP. TOST FBIOBS PAID FOB CATTLE AND HOCH3, W. S. HARRISON, Land Office Blanks, AT WESTERN KIMS WORLD OFFICE. Blanks axs not qaalsd in Beggars of Old. In many parish books, about three hundred years ago, we find such entries as these : "Payd for wippin tow pore folk, ijd. " "Payd and given to a pore man and his wiff that was wipped, iiijd." This was double the usual tar iff, which is represented by. "Gave the tow when they went, ijd-" In Saxon times the beggar, unless he fcund ref uge...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 3 March 1888

as , i?3-jrreTfc'ggrag,TC2gag,freHrar;:MLU,wklnMa. wjMawpgwwBh" agg3KisegisggTssiii i maaiBM m r& "w ,w. , v ' ". -v-i i. -"Vi ; jr-t-.v-" i rrf &ss : &" . - vsr- Y'ri : , ?&?&& -H..efevitA.v. .,.,,--" -xsr " ....,, ,xv -t-.j:'&, . . - v;r IX i W B' Bf .YfV' M is. n ws. j'l. & 5N,t 11 in - V v a G r .v s Wt&tmx fSnow -3ffiroML OFFICIAL PAPER OF TREGO COUITY. tf. 5. 77ZT0V, rftor. Saturday, Mabch 3, 1888. DELEGATE CONVENTION. A delegate convention of the Bepublicans of the 6th cojagre"8ional district of the State of Kansas, will te held in the city of Oberlin, Kansaa, on -"Wedneeday, the 16th day of May, 1888, at 2 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of nominating two delegates and two alternates to represent the 6th congres sional district in the National Republican Conven tion, to be held in Chicago, 111., June 39th. 1888. The representation -will be the 6ame as in the follow ing Congressional Convention. CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION. A delegate conventio...

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 March 1888

fcSV u? jf , ; , -ft itr-"'- arsy i ; ' t5 sHiose Aches - T- - your ftHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA OR KINDLED ILLS BETTER HAVE. I SIKt HANnV Br M moT Vim mSmmmki HHSPnSS rErL ' KDGGETS OF FUN. BY BOB BURDETTE. Sometimes it happens that even a poet is reformed by the evangelist proof reader. This occurred in the case of young Sapholio, of Cinnamon County, who wrote his first poem with the open inp line, "I watched her kneel in sud den hope;" and had the pleasure though his was nothing to the pleasure of other readers of reading it, "I washed her knees in suds an' soap." He never sang again, and to this day, whenever he has trouble with an editor, he cuts his club from the willow whereon he hanged his harp. An old Vedic hymn, over three thou sands years old, contains the line, "My mother-in-law detests me." So, you see H'm. "What? Wasn't going to say nothing of the sort Was just going to say that you can see from this that there were detestable men even among the Hindoos three thousand years ...

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 March 1888

te ?t sy ij rj Jr J - F .tvttTftTir. ixn nviwjfi flfinnT. UllivtaNiaiuuv mw ww . ?f if. 5. firOV, Editor. Saturday, Maech 3, 1888. Abbob day comes on April 4. KiifSiiEY lias had a whooping-cough raid. EoHBEB's Sunday Chronicle is opposed to opening up Oklahoma. Miss Ethel Ingau.3, daughter of the eenator, is qnite a writer herself. iNGAiiiiS's presidential boomlet is an tagonized by the Topeka Capital Hobace, the Messenger runs in to tell, had a big-affair bal-masque Tuesday night of last week. The Scott City board of trade has sup plied large quantities of farm seeds fc Scott county i$&k z. I .$& " r ' " tfggi Fob the sake of the shade, the feast to the eyes, and the consciousness of having done a good turn for western Kansas, do not fail to observe Arbor day! MoPhebson is where the measles have been getting in a large amount of work, greatly to the annoyance of the people thereof who read the flaming accounts in newspapers from other places. A botanist, E. N. Plank by name...

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 March 1888

ppaW mm Rffi5f5 1iW & ; wiui$ - r'iwjsra sscESssspgss: Sja S83-5SE V?- . V -VSsW .JS6 1 Atf v ,rt- , mSSIOH Bf ARTELS. Wetherbee & Morgan Make long time loans and handle real estate in all counties in this Laud District. No delay in paying out final proofs. Call on or address them at their office, Ness City, or Wa-Keeney, Kans. J. E. BROOKS (Successor to WERLICH & KERSHAW.) DEALER IN Groceries, Flour Feed, HARDWARE. TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, ETC. Give TTs a Call and See Our Prices. THOMAS BROOKS, Manager. At a thanksgiving service held lately in Madagascar to celebrate the completion of the revision of the Molagasy Bible, a native pastor spoke as follows: "What is it that will cause Madagascar to go for ward? Is it guns and cartridges? Is it cannon and bombs? Is it spears and all other kinds of weapons? No, it is this bible that has caused all the progress that we see, and has rooted np mnch of the evil thatused to be. Yes, it can in deed be said that it is the Bible that has...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 3 March 1888

vj i$S$ii?1&& fi4 r &W SAISieSr.; s&SUC 2&rii?i.-?jtrs:j5f . .AT1- f ad-f r-j '- fg?s.s:j T ' h "" Tt S.-irxS f iA"' SKri" &:. 9swsaiiJ5BMEanswga3! V'!":- '- ' J- - &K kg&zm&'t.? .JYr$&&iim SL ..w- - - vi.vF vj ,4 :,V s s3i? i'V,; S&21F . SW&i Kv ?. v kt , '. & --?. DOMESTIC. I Over 600 of the Beading coal handlers met to Philadelphia, Pa., Saturday afternoon and passed resolutions condemning the action of Master Workman Lewis in order ing the miners to return to work. ' The news of the ordering off of the strike gave great satisfaction to the majority of the miners at Shenandoah, Pa. There is a mail portion of them dissatisfied but they are believed to be in a hopeless minority. t Fresh and puzzling symptoms have mani fested themselves in the case of the crown prince. The alarm concerning his condition lias increased. A suit brought by John L. Stanton against the Missouri Pacific railroad company, the Ft.Scott, Wichita, fc Wes...

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 March 1888

jrr:' t-- rv ' ,J1 a J '"V- --'jsgijr ; 'rrf9iSf ,1' i, ' a$" &? Time Table K. D. ofTT. P. B. E. EXPBE8S TBAINS. 204 goes .east 6:20 p. m. j 203 goes west 10:07 a. m. 302 " " 659 A.M. 201 " tt 9:28 p. M. FREIGHT TRAINS. Denver and Kansas City Time Freight and stock, west doe 8-35 x. k. No 214, Local, east due 5 p. x. 211, Kansas City and Denver time freight and stock, west due 1:40 p. M. 213 local, west dne 6:49 a. m. 213, local west leaves 651 x. m. Numbers 213 and 214 will carry pass engers; other freights will not. TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. COLLYEfi CAWINGS. TT. P. BJULBOAD TIME TABIJC KABT WE8T Fast Mail, ------- 6:37 am 1037 pm Day Passenger ----- 556 p m 1055 a m Freight ------- 4:00 p m 832 a m Passengers allowed by permit. Collyeb, Feb. 29, 1888. . Parties. Vacation. Foggy this morning. Emigrants going west To-day is the last of February. Mr. B. F. Bartlett is quite sick at pres ent A few of the fanners have commenced plowing. ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 3 March 1888

f,i i t k-r rvv V". i ry u --m BOW TO JE HAPPT. An jot tfmott dSsfnited With life little mm? I trill tell you a -wonderful trick That irill bring you contentment If anything can Do something for somebody, quick. Do something for .somebody, quick 1 Are you awf ally tired With play little girl? Weary, discouraged and sick? I'll tell you the lovliest Game in the -world Do something for somebody, quick; Do something for somebody, quick 1 Though it rains like the rain Of the flood, little man, And the clouds are forbidding and thick. You can make the sun shine In your soul, little man Do something for somebody, quick; Do something for somebody, quick 1 Though the skies are like brass Overhead, little girl, And the -walls like a veil-heated brick; And are earthly affairs In a terrible whirl? Do something for somebody, quiok; Do something for somebody, quiok 1 Home Guardian. KEPT THE SIOUX AT BAY., TJo Terrible Slaughter of White Settlers in Minnesota in 1862. On the morning of August 18, ...

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