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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 10 March 1888

i 1-iv&sS- i sji--: ift f .? -i-'js-3; t-.-.k r sr - , - r- vT' m -hi r- .t-iL- ,! f . arm. SB tf - " I ' Yearly: Subscription $S.OO TENTH TEAE. WA-KEENEY MEAT MARKET. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. B0LOGSA SAUSAGE & PRESSED COM BEEF i SPECIALTt. THE rrrp.AT-vm miPPi .TPrm BEST FEICES PAID FOB OATTLH AND HOOT W. S. HARBISON, Land Office Blanks, -AT WESTERN KANSAS Blank are not equaled in Topeka in point of excellence, mad oar price are reasonable. The Pay of Two Presidents. Whe the emoluments attached to the office of President of Prance are con sidered, it is not sur prising that a va cancy brought forth such a host of can didates ; neither should it astonish any one that M. Greny was loth to re linquish such a paying position, when he had five years of his time to serve. The salary of the President of the .French Republic is $120,000 per year. Beside this liberal stipend he is al lowed firewood, candle and gaslight, men servants, the wages and board of whom the State pays, as well ...

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. — 10 March 1888

V 4 t d fWC 'V : USgC ;&& a l A" - i j s, ; :1 ' : l-ji Jv ,r K. hi , j . iWr 36rttt Mm Wflffll OFFICIAL PAPER OP TREGO COUNTY. W. S. 77170W, itor. Saitjeday, March 10, 1888. DELEGATE CONVENTION. A delegate convention of the Republicans of the Cth congressional district of the State of Kansas, will be held in the city of Oberlin, Kansas, on Wednesday, the 16th day of May, lS8S,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 bo held in Chicago, I1L, June 19th. 1888. The representation will be the same asm the follow ing Congressional Convention. CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION. ' A delegate convention of the Republicans of the Sixth congressional district of the State of Kansas will be held in the city of Russell, Kansas, on Wednesday, May 2d, 1888, at 2 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of nominating one candidate for congress?, and one presidential elector. The ba...

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 March 1888

t7V wcays-jMi ; ,CpWPP5 ms&m&mmm'wm t -.' .V--" Tj. f-'ii t'W.iWfis ,?--, , --." .;v-v5fv. ". &?; -.SSiTF'j .ustgj.vs v ''' t-'-- PW w r? , it i&' s A pillab of the church A pious apothecary. The trouble "with the statue of Lib erty is that she has only one Jersey to her back. Cubiositt has sent many a boy to lea. It enabled him to see how it was himself. Carl Pretzel's Weekly. The best shelter for a girl is her mother's wing, especially when she is disposed to be what the French call a little "chic." The young lady who wanted her iweetheart close at hand, explains it on the ground that 'twas only a nigh dear of her own. Science does more for the brute . than the man. Pigs attacked by the most fatal disorders are frequently cured after death. "ToiniY," said the teacher, "can you tell me what obscurity is$" ''Yes'in," replied Tommy ; "it's a place where a good many people go after 'lection. Puck. "I never think of autumn without feeling to sigh," he said as they passe...

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 March 1888

WW wwKS&XfzGm&mEGmw jj'.iji iiihiwmwimi m v m .MwamsmmsmmmMM kkrr"girj?z,j!Tttt ; w-mmr r rwsmam v w-( r iVsKTTIS-jV - ' M55 5 "" ri J?S! - -' 4 ' .' -" jWWSrM'' Itt?t7 jia,"".' i,BSIP,- - p .1'Crn H -- i -i. , . i. ,t-s: ".J-"?,. - . VJ',1. TT . . , " - . XE, I J6 - ---vi' i - M ' - -;-.,; 3 -, ,- -w -S"r V 'VV IH ;?rvX - V V3T V - - -- ' te-- h'.MAi !:&.. .v ?fuA iV F r. iZ,l 3t?0frr Xntw $RrtML , OFPI0IAL PAPER OP TRE60 COUITY. JV. 5. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, March 10, 1888. Dogs jn Ellis have to be registered or die, . Colby is a pretty good town, if it did - get the senatorial convention! It is Lcadcr-ed that Sharon Springs is io have a first-class orchestra. The post-office of Francis., in Ness count)-, has been discontinued. Busn county has a horticultural soci ety. Trego connty' ought to have one. State Senator Donnell, of Stockton, is said to be a candidate for re-election. ay 6.i. ' r . '- AP.Bomris the name ,of a-,neyir town, thirteen miles northwest of Sharo...

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 March 1888

FS"Ki 1 &&s&jSrjz,m : '3i Srr"S'S;SWB? "W sk'SKS? S'-C : - " u . -s$ ,a fflf3?f &S"--fV-'" rrrT', s - '-5 O" .. -ft.jkt- :' P2i-.v. WetlieiTDee & 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, w"1 ."". J J. E. BROOKS h'v (Successor to WERUGH & KERSHAW.) rr ;:; DEALER IN Groceries, Flour Feed, HARDWARE, TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, ETC. 3-ive TJs a Call and See Our Prices. THOMAS BROOKS, Manager. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS STALLED 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 MERCHANDISE, -SUCH VIOLINS. GUITARS, BANJOS AND ACCORDEONS, And a fine line of Strings of all kinds. I also carry a fine line of -Headed Haliett & Davis, W. H. Emerson & Co., and W. W. Kimball Pianos, And the Celebrated Kimball Organs. For, prices etc., call on o...

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 March 1888

m?m -?- v. r& C'JS-v V 1 rs,X. J- r I - &r?iiii " fc ,&'; 4. DOMESTIC. The business portion "of Wellington, Ills., was destroyed by fire, Wednesday. Loss, 30,030. The complaint againBt Gould and Sage, has been dismissed. A tram was robbed near Pine Bluffs, UCtW. J- UIO Ul.lAU.Bf i.v.n:oa Wfifinesaav. Dy mroo iLioo.ovx ninauniKii ..-w- , robbers. Fire or ten wousauu uuio taken out of the safe of the express car and transfered into sacks. The mail Mid the passengers of the train were not disturbed. The robbery was a bold and systematic on. The robbers stepped upon the engine at a water station and with revolvers leveled I ii J3 J3m11mw wa at the. heads of tne engm -.---- i -.. rT the train. They to break in the soon nau posbbsa""- AaA thn fireman express car door, ae was uuttow w oy and the car was finally set on fire, when it TO opened. The express messenger was forced to open the safe with the result as stated. The joint caucus, in Washington, named the republican congre...

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 March 1888

j-ivVSKf ' mx-f-ff l f 8!mz&i Or 1-4 .f t f'-iv f Time Table K. p. of U. P. B. E. EXPRESS TBAINS. 20 goes east 6:20 v. M. 203 goes west 10:07 x. at. 202 " 659 a.m. 1201 u 9:28 p.m. FREIGHT TRAINS. Denver and Kansas City Time Freight and stock, west dae 8-35 x. m. Jfo 214, Local, east due 5 r. m. 211, Kansas City and Denver time freight and stock, west due 1:40 p. m. 213 local, west doe 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. t Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. COLLYER CAWINGS. TJ. P. BAILROAD TIME TABLE. EAST WEST Fast Mnil, 6:37 a m 10:37 p m Day Passenger ----- 556 pm 1055 am Freight 4:00 p m 852 a m Passengers allowed by permit. Collyer, March 7, 1888. Snow. A new store. Another dance. Collyer is bound to boom. Bad colds are the order of the day. Will Bower went to "Wa-Keeney yes terday. Our hotel proprietor wants to sell out. How is a chance for some one. Mrs. G. W. K...

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 March 1888

-- f -few ,t .iTi3y CS31 W j r3 s" Sr Kgr: w- te;''?frr-. i. rsw Ut&MS aKSaflfcsMgk i-XtSt" .' -A't'iil "t 3 ft-2 "i -trf,. , ;; a? "yyijy Vsd gf ? 5 c s !, Va -S ', v i A T1A0IC TALI, goons distance after the "Mikado. BT 3. AZ.BX. BA.TA.GX. The editor sat in his don, tra la, "With a look that was somber and sad ; With pencil in hand he did write, tra la, And colnmn on column indite, tra la, To be stt by compositors bod To have his words altered, his rhythm de stroyed, Or twisted and tortured, and foully alloyed; Do you wonder "his giblets" was madV Tra la, la, la, la, etc. Do you wonder the editor laughed, ho, ha I When a stranger stepped out of the gloom; A subscriber, perhaps, In arrears, tra la, Whoso account had been running for years, tra la, And squatted r'qht down in the room I And pleasantly said : "I owe a bill, My name iB Bill King from over the hill, For some ' ads' I see you have room." Tra la, la, la, la, etc. 'Tis the ads' I know that pay, tra la," Said Bill to th...

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 March 1888

S Wr.V TU fiV J J. ' ;jr-. , 6 , - rsrserJSR 7 Wai-Sd ''' . TKSfg m -t'&r-1 ,w3.5v frM' a . x 33 .".-.. -? c i yiBB . BBr 'tbmbb- - X HP "7" J ST v. c ZXfMyr vWdkT k laas .r-3 i: &. sssaW'' :-' w bbyI I - Vbs9mI S -H r MCS5388BPgB3gt 7 " -- - ' ' BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBS'?BBftwl : . - J "STearly Sutosoription $S.OO TENTH TEAR WA-KEENEY MEAT MARKET. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. mm SAUSAGE & PRESSED BEEF 1 SPECULTl. TKIHl TC2&ASB! BEST PRICES PAID FOB OATTLH AND HOOa W. S. HARRISON, Land Office Blanks, AT WESTERN MM Bl&nks ar not equaled in Topeka in point of excellence, mad our prices are reasonable. TUB PUNCTUAL PAHOZA WORM. Mr, William B. Churchward, late British Consul at the Samoan Islands, has put forth an account of his con sulate. While in the islands he had the rare good fortune to witness the annual arrival of these curious marine creatures which, we are told, "make J&heir appearance in prodigious nuni liers at certain points in the reef openings only once a yea...

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 March 1888

"- 11 p $ft StfW & BAtf BASIS. , ."?iy Hk , " v Potato plantmg1. - gs OFFICIAL.PAPER OP TREGO C0U5TY. tf. S. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, March 17, 1888, DELEGATE CONVENTION. A delegate convention of the Republicans of the 6th congressional district of the State of Kansas, will be held in the city of Oberlin, Kansas, on Wednesday, the 16th day of May, 1888, at 2 o'clock v. it, 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 19th. 1888. The representation will be the same as in the follow ing Congressional Convention. CCNGRESSIGNAL CONVENTION. A delegate convention of the Republicans of the Sixth congressional dibtrict of the State of Kansas will be held in the city of Russell, Kansas, on Wednesday, May 2d, 1888, at 2 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of nominating one candidate for congress, and one presidential elector. The basis of representation in s...

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 March 1888

t'Mla.KBaSSBSSI v. ' Wri& 'Vj. srir' JH'E 1 32- vC T r r -&r . jr aw rt- j-J. . VtfSiS t'WS'" vi 5aA?2BSOU RHEUMATISM. rllB Case Stated. Jan'y 17th,1883. Messrs. George C. Osgood & Co., druggists, Lowell, JIass.. wrote to the undersigned as follows : - "Mr. Lewis Dennis, No. 136 Moody street, wishes to recommend St Jacobs Oil. and desires especially to say that : "Obi Robinson, ofGrantville, Mass., a boy of 12 years, came to his house in the summer of 1881 walking on crutches, his left leg being bent at the knee for over two months, and could not be bent back. Mr. Dennis had some St. Jacobs Oil in the house, and gave it to him to rub on his knee. In six days he had no use for his crutches, and went home well without them, as he has been ever since." Corroborative and Conclusive Testimony. Lowell, Mass., July 9, 1887. Gentlemen: Mr. Lewis Dennis has just called upon me, and informs me that ihe boy Orin Robinson, who was a poor cripple on crutches, and was cured by St. Jac...

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 March 1888

'&' lfv Pv IF r Lu .-fT-rS, y- WmH& i-j mlH mCUL PAPER OF T1W0 COIITT. W. 5. 7170yV, ------ Editor. Saturday, Maech 17, 1888. Lane county warrants are worth seven-ty-five cents on the dollar. One dollar of Gove county scrip is worth eighty-five cents in money. 'Fbank Montgomery, of the Hays Sen tinel, is "well along in what seems to be a pronounced booming spell. Isaac Mulholland, the brilliant real estate man at Hoxie, is about to open an office in Grainfield, a straw in the Cap Sheaf tells. The average Democratic politician's heart is soothed every time the news is ' yelped that Hill is going to give Cleve land a chance! The Herald. intimates that Dighton young men, on ah illogical division of sentiment, yearn for two brass bands when one is quite enough. Koheeb's Sunday Chi onicle seems to be an Andrew J. Felt organ for lieutenant gubernational purpos es Kohrer can not roar a more exceeding roar than we can when it comes to whoooiner it up for friend Felt. JEt looms up lu...

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. — 17 March 1888

T. IS"-. j$ trk '&- ' Wetherbee & Morgan Make long time loans and handle real estate in all counties in this Land District. N o delay in paying out final proofs. Call on or address them at their office, Ness City, or Wa-Keeney, Kans. -- J. E. BROOKS DEALER IN Groceries, HARDWARE, TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, ETC Aline of Hats and Straw Goods which we are selling at Very Low Prices. G-oods Delivered to any part of the City. G-iveTJs a Call and See Our Prices. THOMAS BROOKS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS STALLMENT PLAN. HHiEHtSEisilir'nnnTiSTM MUKHH fyAA'A V 2TS - B HH9I liSRtraKlKI 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 MERCHANDISE, -SUCH VIOLINS, GUITARS, BANJOS AND AGCORDEONS, And a fine line of Strings of all kinds. I also carry a fine line of jamr Headed Hallett & Davis, W. H. Emerson & Co., and W. W. Kimball Pianos, And the Qelebrated Kimball Organs. For prices etc, call on or address, GEOR...

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. — 17 March 1888

TftftTjYsdiJtay St "S , K' DOMBSTIGr f FIFTIETH CONGRESS The attorney general has caused to be pre Daredabill of complaint addressed tome judges of the United StateB circuit court for k..-Bfrnf nf Kaneaa. brinrinc suit against lfatmna Swenson, the purpose being to cancel the Borghum sugar patents taken out by him. The document sets forth that Swenson's discoveries were made while he v&a an employe of the government and in the receipt of a salary for conducting ex periments in sorghuni sugarmaking; that the device is really not a new one, having been described in many books and writings; that it was for these reasons not patentable; that the improvement is of great pubhc im portance; that the knowledge thereof by the department of agriculture was the research, examination ard experiment by persons employed by the department for that pur pose and to the end that this industry should be made available and remunerative to all the citizens of the United States who desire to engage 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. — 17 March 1888

V JT i. 5rK5F,X JC i-aVT '.? ?2&jiJ F , l3- v5' ft-'S sr sssfeiu 7y -o -v 34iTw- " v?ir ' 5 41i',rjM5 " -" " g rAi: f"t-.- 'i? -s-s I- ' ir. " u' -g TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. COLLYEE CAWTNGS. CoiiTEB, March 14, 1888. New arrivals. Nice weather again. Land changing hands. Town livening tip a little. Another departure this week. Phillips & Smith lost a valuable horse. Making garden will soon be the order of the day. Mrs. Frank Swiggett was in "Wa-Kee-ney yesterday. A number of prairie fires are raging this afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Adams spent yesterday in Banner. The ladies take advantage of the nice weather and go calling. Mr. Charles Pearson, of Sheridan coun ty, was in town Saturday. Mr. Larry LeBron, now of Wa-Feeney, was seen on our streets Saturday. Mrs. B. G. Kessler has been quite sick, but is much better at this writing. Miss Ella Lehman, of Quinter, is visit ing with the family of B. G. Kessler. Mr. Colby had a cow g...

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. — 17 March 1888

sTwittSrc F rT nf---" i .4. . 2 V- rt r ."u .: ? U- "i . 'j. 'J . , t-p - - ,"' S?I Y .T'5' - s -arv y 5 V"- ' THK WAIEB-KABKED TO.I. BY WILIiIAM H. S1VJLTEB. Author of "An Eventful Wedding Journey." When Squire Madden's favorite sister, Mabel, died, "the only legacy ehe left him was her little eon, Gilbert Marshall, whom the squire immediately took home to Hazelhurst and brought up as his own, lavishing on him all the love and pride of a heart hungering for affection; for the squire himself was worse than childless. He had a son, James; but the boy, al ways wild and reckless, had grown into a dissipated man, and was leading a criminal life in a neighboring city. - Mr. Madden used every effort to induce his eon to become a useful member of soci ety, but without avail; and at last,, in despair, he had been compelled tc cast him off, refusing all communication with him. lhe fcquire's family consisted of him . self, a maiden sister, Gilbert Marshall and Ida Warner. Ida was the daughter...

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. — 24 March 1888

MmmmmmmmmmmmmmmKmmmmmm wis j.j-eJS?j W.NSJ S-S.&ea m-m?-n w;M r' saaaie .. u-iw s ' !!. -a-TW-. v J- r Tir-r... -"-- . imr v j&4t X V." " ' ? KX- v 3 . "T S v , ,. I J I . -? V )V 1 TToELrly S?xxtosoription $&,00 STOCK: F-AJJTNCa- TUB BASIS Oin OXJR, rNTDTJSTRXHIS. Single Ctopy S 0n.t 'tet -' "" " - . w - -' ' JTO jSHHHBS '-V BST SBSi m v BSSSSk.. lf SSSI k MH1 iin.hlik. SSHr. SimltVS .fv-BSft'tSBH' ffij 1 H CuiIbeoeB ebeH Kj3 H Kill IB f JsMll 1 H vSSKtHi tapRg3Wgi-5aBpBMi.' .- - jBBFfrtflirS;!; ft .- TENTH YEAR. WA-KEENEY MEAT MMKEF. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. mm A SAUSAGE & PRESSED COSH BEEF A STECIAITI. TKCE3 TltJLIDBl mti i ut-nr.i !!- BEST PBIOES PAID FOB OATTLB AND HOOa W. S. HARRISON, Land Office Blanks, LEGAL SXjAJSTSIS, AT WESTERN KANSAS Blanks ar not qnaled in Topeka in point of excellence, m our prices are reaonable. Ward Lamon is catching on to the Lincoln boom of Messrs. Hay and Nico laj and publishing a series of articles to showthat all that is true in the...

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. — 24 March 1888

f&SBSs3 rV-k ' $ Wsi-73? z3i- 7'Si rT-A, " KT V rfS5,,s-.-jAS3'o&r: &'&3.&4Z3 . &C:v.?54.-S ' 3-.' CJtWTi''.ftr . .ZE.1 -s-Ei. PC ,.fe?Ki:TKS,-'y;.Al'S,5srl- am DNRi-iW'S?. Rtt:L'lt&&t'3&& u fjW5? --5JF t? ' r ? ZjJttv mmgm ST -3 &- v?" . -wt TOwfam Xragfta WfltfML OFFICIAL PIPER OF T1E80 COUITY. W. S. TILTON, Editor. Satukdat, March 24, 1888. DELEGATE CONTENTION. A delegate convention of the Republicans of the 6th congressional district of the State of Kansas, will be held in the city of Oberlin .Kansas, pn Wednesday, the 16th day of May, 1888, at 2 o'clock jp. it, 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, HL, June 10th. 1888. The representation will be the same as In the follow ing Congressional Convention. CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION. A delegate convention of the Republicans of the 8lxth congressional district of...

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. — 24 March 1888

!5W ," a. ! rvt i:-' "s.s v K r r . Vfe: sassa S&W Byasyyws: "iiSf; - JT , ,1?;& sr - TS(f iS-! nJPsr - "K-isffc ' " scp-jsir r.eg. 5 :5rV5. m i jJivlrtt--!?. - JT-f aw --r &2 it vi -?.--. " :r ? M r p V1? asfz&s w :v FX - Tfce Tautereal Hratk ef Mam. An observant metropolitan bsrber ajfl that he can tell one's physical oon dkioo by the state of the hair ! The Bible telle us that with hie hair rone Samson lost his strength. ' The Jtowans considered baldness a serious affliction and Julius Caosar was never qaite satisfied with himself because his poll was bare. The face, however, is the open book and one can readily trace in various ex pressions, lines, changes and complexion the state of the system. The eye that is unusually bright and yet has a pallid brightness, the face up on whose cheeks nature paints a rose of singular beauty and flush, more marked in contrast with the alabaster appear anoe of the forehead and nose and low er part of the face, is one of those wh...

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. — 24 March 1888

Jsf est - V W gassws r a 3sSm3afe :i ti s- Wjcstett aum Wm& OFFICIAL PAPER OF TBEGO COUNTY. W. S. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, March 24, 1888. ARBOR DAY.' Arbor day is to come on April 4 of this year. Children should be en couraged to take a leading part in tbe exercises. Truth and sentiment are handsomely blended in he fol lowing remarks upon this subject by that veteran tree planter, B. Gr. Northrup, of Clinton, Conn: "Economic tree-planting was the prime object of Arbor Day when it was started sixteen years ago. The co-operation of youth was not then especially invited. Arbor Day in "school is comparatively a new movement. To interest youth is now everywhere made ?i prominent aim of Arbor Day. The economic and, aesthetic here go hand in hand. This enlisting of schools has proved an effective way of calling public attention to the importance of forestry. "Trees and tree-planting form a fit sub ject for the oral lessons now demanded in our best schools. Pupils should" thus be led ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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