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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 11 August 1888

9&g&sk W- ' A 'jjfwss: rir Ai. t- t - jx jjj-i "-i ir; hS 'C Vs!? 1V m "A. 'g gtow grow WirtML OFFICIAL PAPEB OF IREfiO CODITY. W. S. TILTON, d'tor- Satuedat, August 11, 1888. EEPUBLICAU" TICKET. For President, BENJA JHffigg Tor Vice President LEVI P. MORTON FOB FBESIDENTIil. ELECTORS: (JOHSf L. WAIXEB At I-arge JEuoibke F. Wabk Sixth District -J- MbGwnaui For Congressman, 6th DUtrict E. J. Tubhib EEPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor i u.7; For Lieutenant Governor ... a. J. ir For Secretary of State - WrUJA ??! For Auditor Timothy McCabtht For State Trea-mrer JXT"V7AXX For Attorney General L. B. Kioxogg For As-oclate Justice Supreme Court, W. A. Johnson For Sup't Public Instruction... .George W. Vfisxsa Eepublican County Convention. Wa-Keenet, Ku.sas, July 5, .1888. A DeleCTto Convention, to place In nomination a regular County Ticket, is hereby called to meet in Opera Hall, Wa-Kceney, on Saturday, Septem ber 1. 1883, at 1 o'clock p. m. The Delegates and Al ternates to thi ...

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. — 11 August 1888

. -e- . -je - J&3?X ri -ytf i3K' It. &!&. SM ft -ff .- Ufc. e?. f r I -J v I I Si n I "k &-$ Some rain fell Wednesday morning. A nice rain fell during Monday night Ben Evil,of TJtica,was In Wa-Keeney Wednesday. Grace Ooborn went to Qointer Tuesday morn ing, to visit friends. P. H. Lott, while handling hay last week, ran the , fork into his foot, making a painful wound. The Downer and Buffalo Park base ball clubs cross bats on the ground of the latter to-day. Mrs. "Ji" Harbaugh went to Industry, Kansas, on Wednesday, to visit relatives and friends. Mrs. Snider and her children went to Denver on Wednesday, to take up their residence there. No church services were held in Wa-Keeney Sunday evening, owing to the threatened storm. W. S. Tilton went to Topeka Monday night, on business, and reached home Wednesday forenoon. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Stimlts went to Wallace Tues day morning to visit their daughter, Mrs. John Beeler. A welcome rain hit this place Sun day evenine. A spr...

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. — 11 August 1888

3?PP :XSMSt5 - & -CV3Ti!AfvV-v-rAA.'J;- -Or: X? .?:? &. 4? 5 Jrr . 1 - ,- wj. s'?r"- -?- -sN;F. . ?-; V-vV4"'' -T"i " - ViFhc N ft 5? "- DOMESTIC. Thirty "White Caps" rods up to a church where two elders of the Church of Latter Day Saints were holding a meeting in Har rison county) Indiana, and dispersed the meeting, giving the. elders notice to leave town. In Crawford "county the regulators flogged two Mormon proselytes and a woman" who had been converted to the faith. Outside of Chicago the population- of towns in Cook county is 269,831, an increase of 55J747 in two years. During the past year the increase in the manufacture of cigars was 66,421,207, and of cigarettes 278.220,900. A New York swell, traveling toward Alaska, was swindled out of $3,200 by con fidence men in a poker game at Seattle, Wyoming Territory. A Milwaukee girl was inveigled into a vile den on West Washington street, Chica go, for immoral purposes. She was rescued by a policeman who heard her cries of d...

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. — 11 August 1888

"- -rv -v'-c, "&&yz FT"SVW'.X,?' ,-tr.st, -psW :&???-$, ' . - v f'J" .1 is j" J ; 2&K 1 9 si I ft w m i 1?. There are some enquiries for town lots. Geo. H. Smith, of Ness City, was in town Wednesday night Wm. Street returned co his home, in Chicago, Tuesday morning. Mrs. J. L. McGarvie has been seriously ill, but is now reported out of danger. C II. Benson, the wide-awake Ogallah merchant, was in the city "Thursday. Quarterly meeting will be held at the M. E. church Sunday and Monday, -August 19 and 20. Street rumor: Geo. Beemis in South America, and John Beem is driving an ice wagon in Omaha. F. J. Brettle, editor of the Ellis Hevievr. was in town on Thursday, -and made this office a pleasant call. COLLYEB. CAWIN GS. Coix at, Augwt 8,1898. 6Ickne6s." Corn-cotttng. Cooler-weather of late. "Hard times" Is the cry. Frank Fonts is home from the normal. A dnst storm struck Collyer Sunday night. Three of Mr. Wolfs children are lsdlsposed n ip posed to be fever. Miss Milli...

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. — 11 August 1888

wspwFn!;jawc5 . , 'VS f f&SifriWWvmiSi JMtHiB ? Wr; &iz?&pr-rWi.s-Taa ... ,.J,i. -' " . w .... 5: ". 1 .A ssx-wstvw ",yv'sesi ft- f I BuV 4- P&K ?&. t ' vw THE HOUSE OF HATE. Who enemy bnilded well, -with the eoft bluo lulls in eight ; . , But betwixt bis bouse and the bills I bunded a house for spite ; , Ana the name thereof I set in the stonework orer the gate, ... "With a earring of bats and epos, and I colled it Tho House of Hate. ftnfl tho front was alive with masks and xnallco and despair, Horned demons that leered in stone, and women with serpent hair; That wbeneer bis glance would rest on the Bof t hills far and blue, It must fall onminee-vil work, and my hatred should pierce him through. And I said. "I will dwell herein, for beholding my heart's desire On my foo," and I knelt, and fain had brightened the hearth with fire ; But tho brands they would hiss and die, as with curses a strangled man, And the hearth was cold from tho hour that the House of Hate ...

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. — 18 August 1888

ML m tm S-. IS- F Yearly S"iibsoriptiori3.00 TENTH YEAR. WEATHER-PROPHET BIRDS. How Gulls, Swans, and "Woodpeckers Fore tell "Weather Changes. London News. In Hampshire swans are believed to be batched in thunderstorms, and it is said that those on the Thames have an instinctive prescience of floods. Before heavy rains they raise their nests. This is characteristic of many birds, which add piles of material to their nests to prevent swamping. When rooks fly high and seem to imitate birds of prey by soaring, swooping, and falling, it is almost a certain sign of coming storm. Staying in the vicinity of the rookery, returning at midday, or coming to roost in groups, are also said to be omens to the like effect. Yarious proverbs "would seem to indicate that the cry of the owl, if heard in bad weather, foretells a change. The constant iteration of the green "woodpecker's cry before a storm has given it the names of rain bird, rain pie, and rain fowl. Stormcock is a pro vincial name share...

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. — 18 August 1888

MPi.V53S35fc5P33Ra tis-ni vj. -x ifK:ii;n,"j- :- tsSW- " " X - -SffS5.5 ?t: ,.rf..3"--k..' fjjjf ' s$r"a. '---3vit" - " Z, "T-Vt ei: ? r'?vfj'"jl-' J Vt -"St-in V nt . . f-fr 'A. '- ef Vttim grow WrtBL OPFICIMi PAPER OP TEEGO COUBTY. tf S. TILTON, Editor- Saturda-T, August 18, 1888. BEPUBUCA2T TICKET. Tor State Senator 40th District, HILL P. WILSON, Of Ellis County. They espect Blaine in Michigan Kajjhas Cur, the Star declares, has had enongh of the primary mob system. The president has issued an order placing General Schofield in command of the army. Tft; Oklahoma bill seems to have gone by the board for this session of congress. This js well for -qrpstern Kansas. They tell us of a cornfnl region extend ing westward from the northern portion of Ness county to the Colorado line. ChaJbjiait Huston, of the state central committee, can see no possibility of Ee ' publican defeat in Indiana this year. Heavy rains are reported to have fallen Wednesday afternoon in Wallace, Sherman, Logan ...

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. — 18 August 1888

,--j? I -..J .v l &.f OC ?-- J J" "t-.i - ... -, '- ' VJ C rVta. -. ,' 'w J-" . .-r m s . SK " fesfe REPUBLICAN KAN3A8. Troy Chief. Dtxnocrats may talk of carrying Kan bes, but they have not Hw remotest hope of being able to do bo. Once in 8 life time they elected a governor, bnt it was tinder conditions which will never occur again it was when a man who had fraud and humbug written in every movement of his body, was trying to perpetuate his power beyond a limit ever accorded to any other men in the state. Then the people repudiated the man, not the party, as shown by electing pvery other republican candidate on the ticket, and the usual majority of the legislature. The time and the occasion are past, and the man Exists as a stench in the nostrils, and as an awiul example. The republicans will maintain their ascendency in the state, with an ever in creasing majority, because they have managed its affairs honestly and suc cessfully. They had to fight in the first place, for their...

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. — 18 August 1888

vwr-mrr ,? V TS' j?-, sv.-l7:-..-.. A&i-c-a-s'?.Ji;i , rp" tvy;' Jvps T r r -: y t & """i- - -"-. j a ' 1 v Js- -"&k Jr.'- - -, , - jf vy. -X T E- Wbmt $auw WwW. rnciiL papeb or tbego cowty. M'. 5. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, August 18, 1888. BEPUBLICAN TICKET. ibrPresIdent, "TjAOTN HAEM80N; fcor Vice President , LEVI P, MOBTOlt fob pgjaiiimTm. mxctobs: (John 1. WiriOT - Euoknk F. Wabk At Large .- pixlh District...., J a AlCUOaiOAI. For Congressman, 6th District .E. J. Tushes I REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor Umux U. Humphrby For lieutenant Governor A.. J. Felt For Secretary of State WnxiAK Hiooras For Auditor Timothy McGabtht For State Treasurer , .James W. Hamilton For Attorney General ...,...,. L.B.Kellooo For Associate Justice Supreme Court, W. A. Jobhsok For Sup't Putyio Instruction ,..Geobok W. Wiwamb Eepublican' County Convention. Wa-Keeney, Kansas, July 5, 1888. A Delegate Convention, to place In nomination a regular County Ticket, is hereby called to meet in...

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. — 18 August 1888

TgS&Xlr -'- 3iEWKliJl'r?S.SS;J.-Tsr?-; 3-."iiel se....?:.-, f-SSSirrV?. e -.a, -v 1 ,4-sf - - -l .' a.- t. ' '$ CJ ! . Hot weather holds on. P. H. Lott returned to Denver last Saturday High. Q Oar dealers pay from 40c to Wc per bushel for irheat J. M. Patten, of Dighton, m Wednesday caller. County Commissioner Bldgway was to town on Monday. Mrs. Millard occupies Mrs. Stonex's house, on fiesesee street Mrs. JS. L. Ferris returned from Bt Joseph, Mo , Monday morning. Cbas. Humble was in town a portion of the week, taking a rest from business cares. Mrs. Mulckey returned from Enterprise, Kan., Saturday morning, after an absence of a couple of reeks. Asa Adair was In Wa-Keeney on Tuesday. He had for some time been c"i"g for a sick brother At Ellis. 8plcer Is receiving a big stock of fall goods this week. He Is better prepared than ever to do custom tailoring. D. M. Johnson has purchased the Wakefield house, on BusseU avenue, and will occupy it with his family. The Downer boys went t...

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 August 1888

k&ZpfZfj&FS&&TSf&Bl F&Bg&Esmm - . --;fq ss?p&&A& & M. fcs&I till w ret la?" ir-vi '. W & x ; DOMESTIC meet the expense in investigating trusts. The debate on the French spoliation olaims was then relished, and the house adjourned. In their letters of acceptance General Fiik and Dr. Brooke, the nominees of the prohibtion party for president and vice presidant vigorously attack the Republican platform. European crops have been greatly dam aged by excessive rains. Cattle in the vicinity of Mattoon, Illinois, are dying of Texas fever. v A congress will convene at Berlin to con sider the Bulgarian difficulties. A cyclone in the vicinity of Eatf Claire, "Wisconsin, damaged crops considerably. Katati socialists have just been sent to prison in Germany for insulting the imper- I vol VtrtrtaA The condition of the corn crop in Illinois is promising and the winter wheat yield is better than the average. Governor Morehouse will hear what Max w...

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 August 1888

Tvif NT rif--'-c &r ESS 1. K Fi" ; " Is TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the "World's" Rustling , Reporters. COLLYER. CAWINGS. Colltze, August 15, 1BS8. Melon time. Party to-night A sudden death. T. L. Hie was In Buffalo Saturday. Mrs. D. O. Carleton-was In town Saturday. Mrs. B. G. Kessler Is quite sick at her home. Fred Malms was sick last week, but Is better now. Mrs. Morgan Is preparing to move back to her claim. A daughter of Mr. Shrauger left Monday for her home, In Kebraska. F. C. fiwlggett has had a granary built J. C. Martin was the builder. Coyotes are very bold in some localities, and are doing considerable damage among melons and chickens. Mr. J. Hyre, of McPherson, Kansas, a nephew of 'Walter Bruner, was here yesterday, looking after the latter's property. Mrs. Colo, daughter of Mrs. Caf, and her two children, arrived from Hastings, Neb , on Saturday, and will visit pome time. Seventy toads were taken out of a well in this vi cinity ycterday, two-thirds of which ...

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 August 1888

jknH- ..,.-w 4im V?S-9S TSS" ' ESk ? "5. r -9 SPBING IN INDIANA. BY JAJTES WH1TCOMB BTLEY. In spring, when the green gets back In the trees, And the- sun cornea out and stays, AtiA ytr boots pulls on with a good, tlgns sqaeaze. And yon think of ver barefoot days ; "When you ort to work and you want to not, And yon and j er wife agrees Its tuno to spade up the garden lot When the green gits b ick in the treees VTelL work is the least o my idees "When the green, you know, gits back to the trees I "When the green gits back in the trees, and bees Is a-buzzin uroun agin, In that kind of a lazy -go-as-you please Oldgaitthovbumronn'in; "When the groun's all bald where the hay-rick stood. And the crick's nz and the breeze Coaxes the bloom m the old dogwood, And the green gits back in the trees, I like, as I saj, in sich scenes as those. The time when the green gits back In the treeo When the whole tail feathers o wintertime Is all pulled out and gone 1 And the sap it thaws and begins to cli...

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. — 25 August 1888

Mr - IUa ter fc LVW Yearly Su."bsoriFtionlS.OO TENTH YEAR. THE CHILDREN. Facts and Fiction for the Amusement tf Our Ju venile Readers. THE YOUNG CORPORAL. An Interesting Account of the Origin and Improvement of the Jew's-Harp. TJic Young Corporal, A lad, a Corporal in the French anny, when drunk, struck his superior officer. This "was a very serious offense. He was tried by court-martial and sen tenced to be shot, and cast into prison to await the execution of the sentence. There was an effort made to secure his pardon, but without success. The Colonel, however, was much attached to him, and was unremitting in his ef forts to procure a pardon, which he at length succeeded in doing, on condition that if ever known to be drunk again he .should be shot dead. The Colonel went to the prison to in form the condemned young Corporal of his pardon. '"Ah! Colonel," said the unhappy young man, as the officer entered, "you see "what my folly has brought mo to." "Suppose," said the Colonel, "tha...

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 August 1888

'& Vks I' tV -r-v-3 v--r t -. v "V lit Utovn pSanjsn SBteW. OFFICIAL PAPER OP TSS80 C0U5TY. W. S. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, August 25, 1888. Puixiiax porters in Kansas are said to receive fifteen dollars a month. They are expected to make the resS off the traveling pnblic, and they do it The so-called war in the Bepnblican party of Trego county is confined to a small boro pop gnn and a few old wads. Bosses' Organ. After reserving our share of this choice utterance, we refer the rest to tho hundreds of Bepublicans in the county who require no sucn taunts to incite them to defend their nghts! Ix Logan county last Saturday, the JSepublicans at their primary election placed in nomination the following coun ty ticket: For representative, E. L Eea; for probate judge, H. C. Chapman; for treasurer, Charles Page; for register of deeds, R. P. McKnight; for county clerk, J. TV. Jones; for district clerk, Geo. C. Fleming: for county attorney, JL E."Will cocksen; for sheriff, X. G. Perryman;...

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 August 1888

iSS -;-- i&w- CSIA- .'- "Orr -.. r.t & S3 irt fjpfe-V' ! S . Js -K r- (' k. ft- i'.i a M 1.-V V. 14 For Her Sister's Sake. BY HABOLD CIXQiUES. "Mis. "Wyatt stood at the open "win dow of her drawing-room, in one of those splendid apartment houses over looting the park. Perhaps half an hour had passed when the sound of a door opening and closing caused her to turn and face the center of the room, and her husband came in. He greeted his wife impatiently. "You are not in driving costume, yet I told you Manvers would be here at eleven." "I am not going to drive with 3Ian Ters; I don't like him." "Who supposed you would like him? Who wants you to? It is all a matter of business." "It is not the kind of business I ad mire. And I want you to leave me out of it hereafter." "Why do you talk such nonsense? You have got to drive with him." "Oh, no; I do nothing under compul sion. You know me better than that." Wyatt hesitated, ilung himself into a chair, drew a long breath, and spoke ag...

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. — 25 August 1888

.sjy r &- T- VTTVH '"sipiH; - 3ws9wH i k.'j t"- r T f & Wnstem ganga rtML mCIll P1PE1 dP TMMCOIWY. W.8.TILT0N, ditor' M Saturday, August 25, 1888. BEFUBLICAtf TICKET. p,-. BECAME. HABEISOy Tor President, Ttt t MOKTOS At Large i Ecgxkx P. Wax Sixth Distort J.B-HcGosigai. Toe Congressnas, 6ADfctnct. .E.J. Trazx EEPCBUCAX STATE TICKET. TorGcrrersor i. Torlieslenani Goreracr "";;: wtSm Tor Secretary of SUte 'iffiJ Tor Auditor V S Tor Arz-GSerf --LB. Kkixx . Tor AodateJnsticeSirprese Court, W.A..OTJ TorSnptPcMicIiHtrucOoa....toK)Ki it. nau Tor StaiaSeszior-ifcii Dirt. HrxiP-WiMOT Bepublican Comity Convention. Wa-Ezettt; Kisms. July 5, 1388. A Delegate Coareatlori, to place in norciEation a regular Cocntr Ticket, Is hereby called to meet fax Opera Hall, Wa-Keeney, on Saturday, Septern tr L1S83, at 1 o'clock p. x. The Delecates are! Al ternates to this Convention are to be selected in the Tanoustowrthipsof the courtyby the sarnecan came which select the set of Delegates, heretofore...

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. — 25 August 1888

5X?"fS53 557t'5i " c v;u - il 5: r Franklin street was fairly lined with wagons laat Saturday. Eight spring chickens will be taken for one year's subscription to this World. W. 8.vMcGinnis and family started Monday morning to take that visit in Illinois. Ed. Bryant went down to Hays City Monday morning. He is helping out A. S. Hall in a rush of tin work. Louis Brown delivers the Chicago and Kansas City daily papers, while Foster day is at Manhattan. Delegate Pierce Metz placed Jno. A. Nelson in nomination at Colby last week. We hear that Mr. Metz made an eloquent appeal. Clint Avery has closed his confection ery store in the Verbeck block. Geo. L Terbeck purchased his stock of candies and show case. Photographer Beeder took a picture of the court house and the workmen one day last week, which shows off to good advantage. The mother of E. E. Sparks arrived from the eastern part of the state on the 10:04 train Sunday morning, to visit the family of her son. The family of J. C. Day lef...

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

p"5K855 5snpC3 " X nl r- "" ,-T ; "I 3 f -i-.j DOMESTIC. Fire in the business district of Peoria did $200,000 damage. The president has issned an order Pacing Major General Schofield in command of t..e army. Miners have been locked out of the Le high coal mines in Webster county, Iowa, and trouble is feared. An aged husband in California 6hot his bride fatally and then blew off his own head because the woman's relatives tried to induce her to leave him. Frank Gallup, the desperado of Shenan doah, Iowa, was killed with a rifle ball end not lynched. He had undressed for bed when the firing began, and stood naked on the porch while firing into the crowd, his mother handing him fresh supplies from inside the house. Before being killed by the well-aimed rifle shot he killed two citi zens, fatally wounded another, and hit a ihird in the leg. His naked body was dragged at the end of a rope through the street to the city hall and left there all night for the excited populace to gaze upon. Y...

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 August 1888

fli&f & 'Kt&S -. V3;'" - " - - , - -4. . feEe3 ttax & s JJ -?v TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. COLLYEE, CAWUTGS. CoiiiiTEB, August 22. No rain yet. Sick ones better Watermelons ripe G. A. Wilson was in town Tuesday. T. "W. Bandy has a new well auger. Mrs. Morgan lias moved to her farm again. Mrs. York Las had a well bored on her pre-emption. A DeardorfE attended church at Quin ter on Sunday. J. TL Smith and son returned Friday from Graham county. David Fonts has just received a car load of Rock Springs coal. 491-1 Johnie Ashcroft is pumping in the absence of Fred Cartwright. Mrs. Mina Elliott will return to her home, at Russell Springs, to-morrow. F. N. Cartwright and M. A McMillen left yesterday for a few dajs' visit in Denver. Otis Kessler was very sick Sunday night. No wonder, after eating those watermelons. The young folks had a "hop" at the hotel Saturday evening, while the crowd was gathering at the hall. Eating watermelons...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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