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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 28 April 1888

F r &. Ml 3 in. r Mi (0 ? M k ir r , "Wetherbee & 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, Kans. f ', J. E. BROOKS -DEALER IN- Groceries, Flour Feed, HARDWARE. TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, ETC. Aline of Hats and Straw G-oods which we are selling at Very Low Prices. G-oods Delivered to any part of the City. Give Us a Call and See Our Prices. THOMAS BROOKS, Manager. jyi TTnrm ama MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS SOLD ON THE IN- Commissioners' Proceedings Daniel Pershing, township trustee of Wa-Keeney township, presented the mat ter of famishing aid to Nicholas Johnson and family. After some inquiry the board decided that they could not do any thing for the famUy, as they do not seem to make much exertion to provide for them selves. The following appeal from county supt.'s decision was made by Joseph Bunyon and others: TO THE HONORABLE BOABD OP COM3...

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. — 28 April 1888

BtjyaBAgiBaaBB! re-if- - i'-) "- fiJKi M&r-gi aLTrv-CSKW "WB V S1 T ,r "" t ?r-?SK ,'" - , . V 1 ilf" -f W I! u II DOMESTIC. Senator Stanford of California is a candi date for the republican nomination for the presidency. California will undoubtedly instruct her delegates to the national con vention for him. The California press takes different views of his candidacy: The Chronicle says that while Senator Stanford's life and character, public and private, are absolutely beyond reproach, that shou d he be a candidate every offense which has ever been charged against the Central and Southern Pacific Railroad companies would be heaped upon his shoulders. The Chronicle urges Mr. Stanford's friends to endeavor to dissuade him from the idea. Nothing can come of it but defeat and dissapoinment. The Examiner beleives he would make a strong candidate and the Alta says there is no doubt that the California delegates will go to Chicago instructed for Mr. Stanford. There was no material cha...

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. — 28 April 1888

'mwm-AAmjwmmww ixMXtmmmmmmMxwmmiKBmgKm&3$mm rv,w.- zym'imh &?&!W&gr$3? 2&2&$:c.' "": -j ' l x -". - 'r.-V. t I? 1. TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the "World's77 Rustling Reporters. COLLYER CAWTCTGS. Collyeb, April 25, 1888. A new store. Mrs. C. E. Adams took in "Wa-Keeney yesterday. Tom O'Tool, of the Smoky, was in Collyer on Sunday. T. C. Goodwin, of Banner, Tisitedhis mother on Snnday. Mr. Lindsey has not received any trace of his stolen horse. Miss Alta Wright, of Kansas City, came back Sunday night C Whooping cough is taking hold of the children in this neighborhood. I have a large stock of Boots and Shoes which I will sell at a bargain. D. Fours. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Wilson took the train Friday evening for Wa-Keeney, where they go to look for a location. It was suggested Sunday by Rev. Bichards that the people of Collyer and vicinity meet Sunday morning, May 6, at 10 o'clock, to organize a Sabbath school. All, both old and young, are requested to com...

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. — 28 April 1888

54 v-v-xy, J':?a ft , - 1 - f' : w th tit tAP A UTILE BROTHER OF TEE RICE. BY E. B. SIABTIN. To put uorr shinglOB on old roofs, To give old "women radded skirts To treat premonitory coughs With seaonable flannel shirts ; To Boothe the stings of poverty And keep the jackal from the door These are tho -works that occupy The Little Sister of the Poor. Bho carries, everywhere she goes, Kiad -words and chickens, jams and coats ; Poultices for corporeal -woes, And sympathy for downcast souls; Her currant jelly her quinine, The lips of fever move to bless, Bhe makes the humble sick room shine With unaccustomed tidiness. A heart of hers the instant twin And vivid counterpart is mine ; I also serve my fellow-men, Though in a somewhat different line, The Poor, and their concerns, shehai Monopolized, because of -which It falls to me to labor as A Little Brother of the Rich. 2r their sake at no sacrifice Does my devoted spirit quail ; I givf thoir horses exercise. As ballast on their yachts I s...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 5 May 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. — 5 May 1888

' '5 1W . V w - 7-r , 6 ifi Fl r i k- 'J? j?. WtfUm SimWi WirtUL OFFICIAL PAPE1 OF TlEf 0 COUITT. If. 8. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, May 5, 1888. THKBEis no truth in the statement that the members of this Post are talking of going to EUia county to join Poets there in observing Decoration day. Our comrades should meet, at once, and carry out the plan, -which they formulated sev eral weeks ago, to observe Decoration day at Wa-Keeney, and invito neighbor ing Posts to be present Congbessman Tubneb was renomi nated at Eussell last Wednesday by ac clamation. He has made a faithful rep resentative, and is deserving of this maTked compliment The people of this district will emphasize the action of the convention by giving Mr. Turner a ma jority of ten thousand atihe polls. COUNTY CONVENTION. Pull Proceedings of the Political Assemblage of Last Monday. The convention was called to order by J. O. Brown at 250 p. h. S.C.Robb was chosen temporary chair man, and A. B. Baker, temporary secre tary....

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 May 1888

zz?v& jry ?3?!a53RS: &T?J ."if 7 AJ.A H-iV V" 4,2-i--. -j- ' 35- htel. VfSs !" I' - CONVINCING GUARANTEES. Which are JustifiedTjy a World-Wide Experience. TO THE PTJ.BLIC: Having branch houses and labora tories in seven different quarters, and therefore having a world-wide experi ence, we, H. H. Warner & Co., justify ourselves in making the following state ments: First. For the past decade we have held that 93 par cent, of diseases origin ate in the kidneys, wlich introduce the uric acid into the system, a poison that is injurious to every organ, attacking and destroying first the organs which are the weakest We have also held that if the Jcidneys are kept in perfect health most of the ordinary ailments will be prevented, or, if contracted, cured. Oth er practitioners have held that extreme kidney disease is incurable. We have proof to the contrary, however, in hun dreds of thousands of oases in every sec tion of the globe. Second. The kidneys being the sew ers of the hu...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 5 May 1888

- -i . K fc5r ec .3 S T '? ?' aafcjjmmsTiTyrrnmhhaAMH ijwh x id flfnBIF4fBg ftP TgBHB PfllWTY- 8-mwJ W0 faASCJJJtpAY, JfAY P. 888. When boys gef;"?i J$e foo ffippy af Mjjjbroofy (he piprspaj qrresfs fpem, the Denocat jpjjmpjea The Jaw bui; of (he pjfy Oakjoy vs. S. p. Arn wil come up in fhe Trego counjy dJB(riccoir The Times records the arriva of fiffy hardy catajpa and the same npraber of eof J; maple frees for the public school grounds at Ness City. J. U. Bbow', of Tribune, the En , terprise understands, has been offered the chair of Histdridal Theology in theTkidge City school of theology. The broom factory at Scott City is in operation. The Iltrald says the company has received orders for more than 100,000 brooms to be delivered next fall. With the regular regularity of fac tional friction down in Bush county, both La Crosse and Walnut City interests hold "Bepublican" county conventions this season. The way it is no w, the Democrat remarks if the weather gets a little cold, the ...

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 May 1888

ZWWW? r-ga 7- - tt,fr "KXSSV- . V 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 ' TVa-Keeney, Kans. J. E. BROOKS DEALER IN Groceries, Flour Feed, HARDWARE. TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, ETC. Aline of Hats and Straw G-oods whicli we are selling at Very Low Prices. Goods Delivered to any part of the City. Gfive Us a Gall and See Onr Prices. THOMAS BROOKS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS m-EIhm 1l!- mm55S5b To the citizens of Trego county and vicinity: I have just opened a RltJSIC STORE in WA-KEENEY, and keep on hand all kinds of MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, SUCH AS VIOLINS, GUITARS, BANJOS AND ACCCRDEONS, And a fine lino of Strings of all kinds. I alo carry a fine line of .2MT -mSr -Headed Hallett & Davis, W. H. Emerson & Co., and W. W. Kimball Pianos, And the Celebrated Kimball Organs. For prices etc., call on or address, GEORGE C. JOHNSTON, , Wa-Keeney,...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 5 May 1888

SSri?!? s?3 r - - y4SMl: t M --JVAJ.-K- v 1 I - t -V J-J";- -iJw- i3EW. 1 , . & 15,. I a - '3 S JL ' v- -" DOMESTIC. In the trust investigation, Wednesday, B. B. Campbell, an oil refiner of Westmoreland county, Pa., gave testimony showing that the Standard Oil company had been built up by rebates and drawbacks siren it by the railroads. These rebates had ruined nearly all the independent refiners. After becom ing powerful the Standard Oil built pipe lines and became the bosses of the railroad. Testimony was given by Mr. Coppett, the vice president of the Pennsylvania railroad company, showing that the rebate given the Standard amounted to 50 cents a barrel, while they also got 224 cents per barrel gratuity on shipments of their competitors. August A. Tack and William Harkness, oil refiners, testified to having been ruined by the rebates given the Standard and to hav ing been squeezed tighter and tighter until forced to bell out. Mr. Tack estimated the capital destroyed in this m...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 5 May 1888

& S? ?- - Tlk ? -viP "' 2, MB 3fS ? v t T. K. Phillips came down fromColl yer on Monday. T. O. Smith, of Collyer, was in the city on Tuesday. F. O. McConnell, of Oakloy, was in town in the early part of the week. Chae. Gibson, of Quinter, worshiped (his best girl) in our city last Sabbath. M. D, HolliBter made a business trip to Quinter and Gove City on Thursday. Geo. T. Baker took a pleasure trip of several days to St Joseph, Mo., last week. The May term of the Trego county district court will be opened on Monday, 14. lu L Barger, of Quinter, was circu lating in the county capital on Wednes day. Harry Cunningham has adorned his facial magnificence with a pair of beau tiful blue glasses. A number of young folks enjoyed a whop" in the west part of town last Wednesday evening. A. T. Palmer, TJ. P. B, R. division superintendent, stopped in our burg a abort time last Sunday. J. K. Wickizer, one of Quinter's rust lers, was in the city a few days this week. TTih wife is visiting in Ne...

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 May 1888

?mmm "fmwm v- . t i " " ?& 2SS5SS!SHisiSMssssBSi -.; !? car of: iflgi ie8re is a time TO MOURN." BT ROBEBT J. BUBDETTE. If Lenten skies alone -were drill and gray. If only hills were bare and mead jws cold ; If on the icy sboro alone all day The sobbing -waves in ploint.ve breakers rolled ; If only trailing March -Rinds moaned and sighed, If but the drifting clonds -wept bitter tears. If bnt the h Jls and winds and billows cried. And mourned for wasted days of blighted years ; Why, I could laugh then; for my heart would sing Of summer days gone by, and yet to be ; For Easter lilies would bs blossoming -Beneath the sombre pall of Lent, for me. I would not care for dull and weeping clouds In the light heart there shines unfading light; But when the light itself In sorrow shrouds. How dark and rayless is that sorrow's night. Here is my sorrow that in reckless ways I crushed the buds last Easter time that smiled ; And walked, with wayward stops in tangled maze, And with my sins the ...

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. — 12 May 1888

respw'SS? W J-kfSi." v ' Egft? w Lfrcf - L yft '-rJft ssMeIfllBSiie iiMiArv SNKimJLM l?r JiVllK 1 lifei ""bV B sL9sevuisffiMBVefl IM llfl El IA w 5rPNFfM9rtwft jiKjTfcV -" ff We5sLmXtLssB si . I HIHI f ? Yearly Subscription $2,00 TENTH YEAR. I Land Office Blanks, XjSGKAX AT WESTERS K1U WORLD OFFICE. mm Blank are mot equaled in Topeka in point of excellence, aai oar prices are reasonable. WMNEY HEAT MARKET. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. I; S0L0GN1 SAUSAGE & PRESSED CO&II BEEP A SPE01LT1. THE TKRJkDB BEST PRICES PAID FOB OATTUi JLKD HOGS. W. S. HARRISON, Grant's Homo and Library. At another place Gen. Sherman said to the following effect : "There was a great deal of pathos about Grant's simplicity. The way he surmounted the property question is a very interesting study. When the war was over, and Grant was General of all the forces, he had an income of prob ably $18, OOu a year. He had a brother-in-law by the name of Corbin, who set to work to give Grant a residence. Corbin sold him a...

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. — 12 May 1888

s. tr fl 5: Wtftorc pSanH? SftrrtdL OFFICIAL PAPER OF T1E60 COUITY. W. S. TILTON, - - -' - - - frffor. Saturday, May 12, 1888. 777 WICHITA CONVENTION. The Republican state conven tion which assembled in Wich ita last Wednesday was com posed largely of representative men. In this respect, as well as owing to tbe large number in attendance as delegates and visitors, the conven tion was one of tne notable events in Kansas history. Hon. Joseph Ady, of Newton. was elected temporary chairman of the convention, and Hon. Y. W. Smith, of Lincoln, permanent chair man. Resolutions recommending that the four delegates at large to the Chicago convention cast a solid vote for Senator Ingalls for president were adopted. This action was fol lowed by a request that, in the event of the failure to secure tne nomina tion of Injralls, the Kansas delega tion support Blaine if he shall prove to be the choice or. the aouomii Albert Griffin, J. R. Hallowell, Thomas A. Osborn and J. C. Strang were elected d...

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. — 12 May 1888

"tfrJSSSr Sfa I- ;: Iff HUNTING BENGAL TIGERS. A Gentleman from the Jast Tells of BU Ex perience with the. Big Cats. San FranciBCo Examiner. The moat intensely fascinating and by far the most dangerous way of hunting the Bengal tigers, is the way most of the natives do it They col lect in throngs of hundreds and go to the woods, with half-bred bull and terrier dogs, rifles of 40 caliber and innumerable spears, and drive the tigers out of their jungles. The vicious dogs go in and hound them, and snarl and howl threateningly. The tigers are gradually driven from point to point by the howling dogs and shriek ing natives, and are finally worked into a gigantic and strong netting, nine or ten feet high and with interstices seven or eight inches square. Then the chetties, as these queer natives are called, range themselves along the eide3, and when the tigers lunge at them they are met at every point by gleaming spears. Such howling and snarling, combined with the shouts of the natives, s...

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. — 12 May 1888

.v -A -t V ?? t ?e ' '?" Wsattm iHnsaji WmVL GFFICIAL PAPER OP TREGO COUHTY. W. S. T1LTON, Editor. Saturday, May 12, 1888. A boabd of tkade has been organized at Horace. "City legislature" is what the Ness City News calls it. Lydia is the name of a new town in the south part of Wichita connty. A lodge of the order of Modem Work men has been organized at Norton. In the Gove City Gazelle, Hon. A. W. Smith's candidacy for governor has an earnest champion. The late rains have proved rninous to a good many of the "old sod shanties," the Oakley Press intimates. The bos-car depot at Colby has given place to a building which was erected after the regulation pattern. The Champion endorses the idea of placing a line of sewerage in connection with the water works at Norton. Mr. Kat, of Sharon Springs, the Leader tells, has one horse less than he had a few days ago. Lightning struck it Thursday night of last week the hard ware store of W. A. Louis, at Oakly, was raided by thieves. Thoy took abo...

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. — 12 May 1888

"?- f, . Wetlierbee & 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-Keene', Ivans. J. K BROOKS DEALER IN Groceries, Flour Feed, HARDWARE, TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, ETC Aline of Hats and Straw G-oods which we are selling at Very Low Prices. G-oods Delivered to any part of the City- G-ive Us a Call and See Our Prices. THOMAS BROOKS, musical instrumen STALIN HgjrT!fcfi?fti Jgj7rBSBJBgEslBT,lJKw rj3HJf 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 AS VIOLINS, GUITARS, BANJOS AND ACCORDEONS, And a fine line of Strings of all kinds. I aL-o carry a fine line of Headed by the Hallett & Davis, W. H. Emerson & Co., and W. W. Kimball Pianos, And the Celebrated Kimball Organs. For prices etc., call on or address, GEORGE C. JOHNSTON, Wa-Keeney, Kansa...

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. — 12 May 1888

?n ; V9-? Ea I1? DOMESTIC. The Connecticut democrats met in con vention at Hartford, Wednesday, and elect ed delegates to the St. Lonis convention. The platform adopted reaffirmed the demo cratic federal platform of 1884, and, after three cheers for Cleveland, the convention adjourned. The Iowa democratic state convention met at Dubuque, Wednesday, and elected dele gates to the St. Louis convention. The platform adopted endorses the administra tion of President Cleveland, commends his enforcement of all laws, and his manly and courageous denunciation of useless war tax es, and his clean, honest, and economical administration of public affaire, and the liberal, prompt, and generous payment of all pensions on meritorious claims. The St. Louis delegation is solid for Cleveland. Over 100 settlers staked out claims on the military reservation near Ft. Aasinaboine, Montana, and erected houses, believing thai they were locating on the Ft. Assinaboine Indian reservation recently thrown open...

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. — 12 May 1888

" i--' c kz ?i'x.r'rf.m T .- . -ifj'tw tl -i-S2-i5V-j-:'i..i?-E &---? t -i .. ' -i&. 3ffi2ajl2 m -SJSKfi SV to 3 Es? sr li i F t KS' TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. OGALIiAH OOZTNQS. 0ullah, Tbeoo Co., May 2. Farmers are well along with their corn planting in this vicinity. The early planting is coming up nicely. 0. C. Yetter and others are improving a iew of the shining hours by decorating their residence lots with trees. Geo. C. Johnston, of Wa-Keeney, was down to see us last week, leaving a fine organ at Mr. Mapes's, which he contem plates buying. W. S. Knapp, of this place, hes accept ed the position of under sheriff of Trego county. We are sorry to lose him from our midst, but wish him all success. Midnight Watchman. DOWNER DOINGS. Downeb Valley, Tbbgo Co., May 8, 1888. Bye is half grown. Mr. Benson arrived home from Denver last week. John Stimits will do the farming for his father this summer. H. Frease's little girl is very low wi...

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. — 12 May 1888

W;g?R ?s?3F- -:: : . T-t.i.cS'' ""' xS-vi, - . "- r.m' '""'PftOY --" ." 3ie ., jt tis&rirtfWft 5 .. rrv.,w j-a:.- ' aJ? 5tS. .i&rii-.-1. a V. -Vi. . ' J. . . 'EK r. .?& "jBSFjj? &" A- Cis 3&, jS-. b. ,V0 Si -'sy t.t. htb; ok a scalded child. JXGl. Come, all kind friends, both old and young, Ob, hark, and you shall hear How death did quicMy snatch a child The parents loved most deaf; Tha last and least of this little flock Was caught on a stone bv its little frock, In falling o'er one Sabbath day When the parents dear -were not away. jag 2. And to see and hear, but not to save, Their little boy from a -watery grave, Which puts them in mind of one of yore Who died by a scald while on the floor. Btrango I they both were burned on a Sabbath day. And placed in the ground on Tuesdya; A family liring in the joining room Hastened to the depot of grief and gloom jag 3, Eighteen months Lucius spent with them And cheered them with his smile, But soon they mourned in weeds o...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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