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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 25 August 1888

CTP3 ? "KISSED HIS MOTHER." She eat on the porch in the sunshine As I -went down the street A -woman -whoso hair -was 6ilver, But whose face -was blossom-sweet; Making me think of a garden, "When in spite of the fro3t and mow Of bleak November weather. Late, fragrant lilies grow. I heard a footstep behind me, And the sound of a merry laugh, And I knew tbe heart it came from "Would be like a comforting staff In the time and the hour of trouble. Hopeful and brave and strong, One of the hearts to lean on. When we think all things go wrong. I turned at the click of the gate-latch, And met hife mnnly look; A face like his Rives me pleasure, Like the page of a pleasant book. It told of a steedfast purpose, Of a brave and danng will; A face with a promise in it That, God grant, the years fulfill. He went up the pathway singing, I saw the woman's eyes Grow bright with a wordless welcome. As sunshine warms the skies. "Back again, sweet-heart mother, He cried, and lit Dt to kiss The loving fa...

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. — 1 September 1888

m u ti I t-S l& .,&. E i j pgi,pi! Yearly Svibsoription 2.00 TENTH YEAR. THE FLESH DROPS OFF BIT BY BIT. Horrible Fate of the Leper Who I.ies In a VcrJ table Tiopical Paradise. The leper settlement at jMolokai is one of the most beautiful of tropical paradises. There in very truth " all na ture pleases and only man is vile." It is at the extreme end of the island, which is forty miles long and ten miles wide. The remainder of the island is occupied by &heep and cattle ranches. From the west the land ascends the height of 3,000 feet above the sea. Then there is a sheer descent so perpen dicular that a stone diopped "will fall straight as a plummet, -without touching the face of the cliff. At the foot of the precipice, inaccess ible save by a zig-zag bridle path too steep for cattle to descend, and by the sea, lies the leper settlement, says a correspondent of the St. Louis Globe Democrat. Below these frowning cliffs of black lava are about thirty square miles of radiant g...

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. — 1 September 1888

SSPSgESSEHS w " -rJviS. , "T-ir -" v "s '"' '- :- t -.,:;." v , . It k IT i h f fc- "f-II" 3rV. Stftftmt mm$ WvM. OFFICIAL PAPER OF TREGO COUITY. if. 5. rirw, -, Editor. Saturday, September 1, 1888. "A' few old wads." Hats Cur has a Eepnblicaii glee club. The Sentinel says there are seven tonghs in the Ellis connty jail. If the Hays Stntiuel wants us to say "Jack" Downing was district clerk in 1884, we can do that. Habby, the 9-year-old son of Jimmy Bnssard the Hays Sentinel Bays, broke his left fore arm on Sunday, while play ing about Lebold's new block. The News appeals to the people of Kan sas City to unite with it in requesting the railroads to renew the fast-train system between that place and Chicago. With an unimportant exception or two, the Republican press of this district speaks in the highest terms of Hon. Hill P. Wilson, or candidate for state senator. On Wednesday the senate confirmed the nomination of Thomas Madigan as postmaster at Wallace, Kansas. Mr. Madigan has bee...

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. — 1 September 1888

FW A51"? !, MHHHHHBnRPflmn!! rtPi-- ?? -vJ !S7TS-. i" -f" , f v' "V,." V V-' a -, - i. K, - .- "i?-5 . . - a FIBST AITNUAL EEPOBT Of uie Commissioner of Forestry. Concluded from Fifth Page J received 1,014 applications for trees from the following-named counties in the state: Anderson, Barton, Brown, Butler, Cheyenne, Clay, Cloud, Cowley, Coman che, Coffey, Chautauqua, Crawford, Dickinson, Davis, Ellsworth, Ellis, Ed wards, Finney, Greeley, Graham, Grant, Gove, Gray, Garfield, Harper, Hamilton, Harvey, Hodgeman, Jewell, Kearney, Kingman, Lane, Logan, Lyon, Mitchell, McPherson, Meade, Marion, Morton, Ness, Norton, Ottawa, Osborne, Osage, Pratt, Pawnee, Phillips, Pottawatomie, Bice, Books, Bush, Bussell, Bawlins, Be public, Beno, Saline, Scott, Sedgwick, Seward, Shawnee, Sheridan, Sherman, Smith, Stafford, Stevens, Sumner, Thom as, Trego, Wabaunsee, Washington, Wil son, Woodson. Besides these, three ap plications were received from the Btate of Missouri, two from Chicago, HI., and two...

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. — 1 September 1888

MmmmWTs, r -i - -rjr rws? I " --; ?5& DOMESTIC. The senate refused to ratify theories treaty by a strict party vote of SO to ... The house passed the bill to exclude Chi nese immigrants under the terms of the new treaty. A Kansas City merchant fatally shot his wife, mistaking her for a burglar. The immigration investigating committee finished taking testimony at New York and will go to Boston. The eruption of the volcano Bandaizan in Japan, followed by earthquake shockB July 15, killed 250 persons. A woman and her daughter have been, ar rested for raising the denominations of bills at Terra Hante, Indiana. Fred Von Oberkampf, the Chicago mail box robber, has had a preliminary hearing before Commissioner Hoyne. 5 Mr. Blaine will contribute an article on Grover Cleveland to the September number of the American Magazine. The citizens of Guide Rock. Nebraska, lynched Billy Cole, who shot and seriously wounded two young men at a country dance. General Harrison and party left Indian a...

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. — 1 September 1888

c w i& re lr- LITTLE BOY BLUE. The Httlo toy dog is covered with dust, Bat sturdy and stanch he stands ; And the little toy Boldier is red -with rnst. And his musket molds in his hands. Time -was -when the little toy dog -was new, And the soldier -was passing fair. And there was the time -when our LittleBoy Blue Kissed them and put them there. "iJoir, don't you go till I come," he said, "And don't you make anv noise !" So toddling off to his trundle bed He dreamed of the prettv tovs. And es he was dreamiru;, an angel song Awakened our Little Boy Blue Oh, the years are many, the years are long, But the little toy friends are true. Ay, faithful to little Boy Blue they stand, ac"' in the same old place, Awaiuog the touch of a little hand, The smile of a little face ; And they wonder, as waiting these long years through, In the dust of that little chair. What has become of our Little Boy Blue Since he kissed them and put them there. Eugene Field, in America. Two Ways of Asking, "Tea...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 1 September 1888

&.lTrrTS7rV "0 ,Irt5-wSr5s?'S,Ci- VZCJWT" V-srf?;- " T ' ' - ' -- f- - --w.-1; C"''9,a!,pR2?3?ra?w3SI fg v -- ?- f -"-?--,.: iLl.- i-? i ". .-.25" ' i 3? -V ", ": n K s mtfbim grow WM. OFFICIAL PAPER OF TBEfiQCOUHTY. J tf. S. TILTON, - Editor. Saturday, September 1, 1888. REPUBLICAN TICKET. TVv Prudent BEXJAMIX HABBISOX f or g PreadentV... LEVI P. MOBTOS Atlarge Ecgexe F. Wake Sixth DWnct J- MMtamuL Tor Congressman, Cth District.. E. J. Tubseb Tj-PT.rmT.TnAX STATE TICKET. For Governor Lrais U. nranrar For Lieutenant Governor...,...... For Secretary of State -WniIA5,I(! For nditor.. Tewotht McCabtht For State Treasurer JmTVS. Tor Attorney General V'-Uw ." T2 For Associate Justice Supreme Court, W. A. Joi&sok For Sup't Public Instruction.. . .Geobge W. Winaus For State Senator-40tli DIst. Hux P. Wnsox Bepublican County Convention. w.r.fjv- ttivhah. July 5. 18S3. A Delegate Convention, to place in nomination a reuular Coonty Ticket, is hereby called to meet in Opera Hall, wa-ne...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 1 September 1888

34 .iirfi ? ""JSt y- V-" i b i, TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS, Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. COLLYEB CAWINGS. COIiLTXB, August 29. Showers. An accident Strangers in town. Sick folks recovered. Threshing is the order of the day. B. O. Bichards had 139 bushels of rye. Mr. Wolfs children are able to be out. There will be Catholic church next Sunday. T. K. Phillips paid Qrainfield a visit on Tuesday. Miss Lizzie Fike has recovered from her sick spell. The town has been flooded with melons the past week. Mr. Pritchard, of Norton county, was in town yesterday. Twelve emigrant wagons passed through town yesterday. F. O. Swiggett is working at the tailor trade in Wa-Keeney this week. "Dick" Miles, of Buffalo, is visiting his old friends at Collyer this week. Master Jimmie McMillen left Monday evening for his home, in Chicago. Temp Smith and Tom Fike made a hasty trip to Fremont last Thursday. There is talk of some of our citizens moving to Fremont or thereabouts soon. Mrs. Mina Ell...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 1 September 1888

aociSP!?! ' sr liWtefe Lts. BSWs2fe s ls" -" ''J'-V "4 'rY "E? . r- -' J- "- s Sj. .. -AT r ., -i ? " : jfcss: sf jr-s'g. d - ;?-.. v"- R? JKiaRS'"iSw V" jf THE SOUTH INVADED. CONGRESSMAN JIcKINLET TALKS PROTECTIVE TARIFF IN GEORGIA. The Growth of the United States Under a Protective Tariff Contrasted "With Its Growth Under a Berenno Tariff. The South and the Tariff-Its Interests With Protection How Protection Ben efits Farmers and JLaborlnc Men A Plain and Convlnciuff Address. A dispatch from Atlanta, Ga.,say3: A heavy rain storm deterred many people from going to the Georgia Chautauqua to hear Hon, William McKinley speak upon the Eubject of protection, consequently the assemblage was not a3 large as it otherwise would have been. Mr. McKinley was introduced by Judge Howard Van Epp3, and stepping for ward he spoke as follows: FELLOW-crnzESs: I make my acknowl edgements to thePiedmot society for the courtesy and cordia ity of its invitation, which has given me the opportunity to meet...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 8 September 1888

r-f J- Yearly Sutosoription '2.00 TENTH YEAE. ENGLISH AS SHE IS TVHOU The teacher, a lesson ho taught ; The iireocher. a sermon ho praught The ste.ilor, ho stolo ; The heoler, he hole ; And tho scrocchcr ho awfully scraught. Tho long-winded, ho spoke ; Tho poor ofiice-seeor, ho soke; The runnor, ho ran ; Tho dunner, ho dan ; And tho shriekor, ho horribly shrok Tho flyer, to Canada flow ; Tho buyer, on credit ho bow; Tho doer, ho did ; Tho bucr, ho hid ; And tho liar (a fisherman) low. Tho writer, this nonsense ho wroto; The fighter fan oditor) foto ; Tho snimmcr, he swam; Tho skimmer, ho skom ; And tho biter -was hunjjry and boto. TOO LATE; Or, Velna Thornton's Regret. BY JEFFEC FOKBUSII ILVNAFOttD. "AH is at an end between us. From now on we meet as strangers." The girl's voice did not tremble as she uttered the above scornful words; but her dark eyes flashed, and her tightly clenched hands were held against her heart as if to still its beat ing. "Velna, ypu cannot mean this. You a...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 8 September 1888

' I HMW i rA' vaiyftSNr'w jv5?v-rg?K?H' .35 i s " ''gp-Tr klS "3-5., &:--'f'S ri?'S's-' - s; r"3i -."- -r i--V t& jr, , - " -F, if" tf- 55 fc & ' 3" y Wtrttro gaum 9AMW. OFFICIAL PAPEB OP TREGO COPMTY. W. S. TILTON, - Editor- Saturday, September 8, 1888. THE "REPUBLICAN. This is the name of a paper print ed at Wa-Keeney. Its issue of this week brags that the so-called Re publican ticket will be elected from top to bottom. Declares, in effect, that there is a bargain between three Democrats and three Republicans to vote nearly everybody for the Peoples's ticket. That "some Republicans are in the People's ticket movement for what seems to them honest pur poses." That "the scheme was originated by one or two men who, as Repub licans, have always been guided by the principle of 'rule or ruin.' " That "the corrupt combinaton is made, not that the interests of the county may be better served, but that the Republican party may be defeated." c That "the fact is undisputed that t...

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. — 8 September 1888

'VsC'-' - J$ V ;- y! if &S& K - f ,,' V'P'-i," W. ft 2 . . r; I. IZ ? SJI"--. r t& STATE NEWS - Leavenworth wants a wholesale dry goods house, Santa Pe Monitor: The railroad .has reached Montezuma. Atchison Globe: Adam is is the only man on record who never heard his wife complain that she had nothing to wear. Kaoks County Record: Hoxieia hav ing an opera house built, 60x80 feet, which will be one of the finest in the West. A Wallace editor welcomed a new paper with: "Let 'em come! There is plenty of buffalo grass and slough water here yet!" Edmond Times: The old settlers of Norton county, those who came here prior to December 21, 1876 will hold a reunion at Norton on October 12 and 13. Jewell City Republican: An Iowa woman lays claim to the town site of Plainville. Her husband formerly owned the land, and sold it, she says, without her consent. f? Johnny McNamara, 17 years old, an apprentice to the painters' trade, at Atchison, fell seventy feet from a scaffold upon whi...

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. — 8 September 1888

gs$fri&gr-!& 2" '5T1X !i,' ' .S"VS:5v " F? m .r fcJW . 1' VJUe S . ,b -J" l. & 14 0 f i C Ai "is anjuw Sfttoid. pj.- PAPERflF TREGO CODITY. h ItiTtLTON,- Editor. Saturday, September 8, 1888. ! REPUBLICAN TICKET. irerfdent BENJAMIN HABRISON Vl. President LEVI P.MORTON i?nn wwsmvtnAZ. Ewcrons: , (John L. Wiileb ' Large (Eboene F. Wabe r. District J. B. MCUONIOiL r Congressman, 6U1 District E. J. Tdeseb DTTimiT.TrAX STATE TICKET. Goremor L"" " P lieutenant Governor "I" afarr nf Rtetfi.. WlLIJ4.lt HlOOINS Auditor Timothy McCabtht State Treasurer daua ujv Attorney General.:. L.B.Keixogg Associate JnsQce Supreme Court, W. A. Johnson Ssp't Public Instruction... .Geobge W. Wikakb r State Senator 10th Cist Hili. P. Wilson i fA ?ew old wads." 1 I&5EDEB and Rafter are the two candi- fates for representative in Ellis county. Iter is the Democratic nominee. At the election, in November, Allen G. fFhurman, it ho is alive, will lacK pre- ily one week of being seventy-live years old...

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. — 8 September 1888

Z'irgr? o$ c r i r-' V. & imv-si , IS? Y -T K &- g I? E,"- TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the "World's' Reporters. Rustling COLLYER CAWIWGS. CoiiMBB,Sent.5. Breezy to-day. Corn is most all cat. Melon season is about over, Mr. Ed. Power is here, visiting his parents. The G. A. B's held their regular meet ing Saturday. Temp Smith was holding down his claim last week. F. C. Swiggett returned from "Wa Heeney Tuesday. A load of young folks took a water melon hunt Sunday. Mr. McCoy, one of Wa-Keeney's land agents, is in our city to-day. Mrs. Lindsy came down from Fremont Saturday, and returned Sunday. J. H. Siebert is here to-day, finishing -the painting in the school house. The Catholics celebrated mass Sunday. A very large crowd was in attendance. Bessie Siebert spent last Wednesday and Thursday with hex Collyer friends. Aaron Deardorff has been hauling his sorghum to Quinter, to a sorghum press. There was a social "hop" at the hotel Jast Thursday evening. A jolly time was ...

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. — 8 September 1888

Sggaa ggg?ffigggW W, r t H-JKfX' &-; & ? I KV ft A& - l v r'ffi r tj EJ A ;" ,i "V, - A ' 'S-i. srJ j &' it : 1ST r 2 I3c SB ..S uS DOMESTIC. akers have already raised the price of 13 in .England in anucipiiu sjBwathwestern roads are mdulsjing in a -war over tne uansporwuoa w - ; to unicago. K-ZThe manuscript of General Sheridan's iMMnrml tnamoira is in the bands of New Work nnbliEhers. Lj JI - - T Ar.-r coa fliat thft short" KS AUTKXa Arum -uuuuuu unw "- y ... Fxage in the -wheat crop of the old world will f be about eu,uou,ixw ousneis. tr 1 Lnn. tiffanfofl TlV DnTT E 'Pert, of Chicago, that will add, subtract and -divide -with mathematical correuuicaa. ft A big meeting of railroad men at ?&: I bare is discussing the consolidation of all ranrnr i ) oi nuivra; oiuyiuj" o 'zation. " rru ...nu;mno nf TJacp York instate con- Tention nominated Warner Miller for gover aor, and Col. S. V. R. Crnger f or lieutenant ' governor. m.. i..l nnmV.av nf micoa nf vpllow fever '...

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. — 8 September 1888

sfer,-j & ssr -f -t&- n.vs s-v ilffi?-. y ' : - -j. . t? xr? . rc ' & ?v ltfM -'-1 J ti. '-Z "i-'5- v"s: "t" '- -. -t e--r . -s - ?f- w IcU- g Sj" -,-f Wednesday was windy. W. G. Olson, Esq., was at Wallace on jtfonday. Geo. Barrett was at Hays City Thurs day night. Wild hay is hauled to town in large . quantities. A good many cattle buyers are said to be around. Covered wagons large numbers. pass through in Wa- . A large crowd is expected in Keeney to-day. C. L. Cain, of the Tribune, went to Ellsworth Wednesday, on business. Sheriff Hogan went east Tuesday morning, on urgent official business. J. M. Patten, of Dighton, has been in town for two or three days, on business. Mrs. Dr. Morgan, of Biley Center, 3an., is visiting relatives and friends in this city. "Jack" Downing, of Hays City, was in town on Thursday, on business before the U. S. land office. Mrs. Geo. M Ufford went down to Cyrus Wednesday evening, to visit her parents for a few days. . T. Bartlett and family ...

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. — 8 September 1888

ISPSJtPSWBMM -v r&tw&F&&&& T,r f, -. 3fgrV, i - ---- -r-.- "-. cfl 3 iii::?S-$?- C& -i' - '?; m r i s LOVE'S PETITION. BY GEOBGE BtEDSETE. , TC lnuiiill '3 Since thy dear heart J -with mine y Kept ebb and flow. O, love divine, That pulsed -with liI uid fire , lake holy wine, And thrill'd tho -wire That, without uttered speech, Told -what desire Tho soul of each, Stirr'd -Kith rapture wild! IiO me beseech, "o more beguiled. That air tho bygone yeatt fcince last you smiled That all tho tcara Shed since we iiartod lastr All doubrs and fears, Bern the past Forever laid away ! Thatlovo thou hast, Tho same to-day As then, I hope, and feel That it will stay. O, dear one, deal Kindly with him who prays, The old grounds heal, His spirit raise. And let us givo to joy our future days 1 THAT DECEPTIVE TELEGRAM. mb&2mysr BY CHAS. C. HAHN. The Rev. Alfred Brown, Rector of St. Marks, Quincy, was a most exem plarynian and husband. Ho did his duties as a priest and lo...

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. — 15 September 1888

H3 fit?-- 'Jtifi-'i fclf K. $ ' M ' t V w i Rt ? rF3 "STearly- Subsoription 42.00 TENTH YEAR. THE EVENT OF THE SEASON. XIV AD. H. GIKSON. "Girls,"' cried Bessie Charles to her half-dozen girl friends, who had come to spend the afternoon -with her at her pleasant country home, '"girls, are you all aware that four solid weeks have passed without a social gathering,of any kind, of the lads and lassies of Maple Valley?"' "Not so much as a mush-and-milk festival,"' chimed in Hose Singleton, a little brunette of seventeen, whose bright eyes and rosy checks had "made sad havoc among the masculine hearts of Maple Valley. "Ladies," spoke Irene Marks, a tall blonde, the lily of the group, '"have the kindness to recollect the fishing excur sion, under the management of Messrs. Singleton, Bowman, Ellis, etc., which we took to that picturesque stream, the Baccoon, only three weeks ago. We are indebted to the dear fellows for a world of pleasure." "I should say !" exclaimed Hose. "I'm indebted to...

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. — 15 September 1888

' -n-fwsps - .ie r3M ggag l&ggBf WfW rSwji T3T "S- 8 K? : jt El m 5 rv T'S-e !? i (A' ? -p- Ji. .? SJ r-at -x- -fit ?; Js Jr A- 0?f ICIAL ?A?EB OF TBEOO GOPSTY. W. S. TILTON, - Ed,tor- Saturday, September 15, 1888. PEOPLE'S COUNTY TICKET. Tor Repne?eiilativo f'JTn'TMr Tor Probate Judge S'3??tS Tor Clerk DMrict Court Sac ror County Attorney M, D. Hoixbttr Tor Supt. Public iEstrnction Feask Cup3HX Tor Commissioner 2d District V. P. Eyebsoix tCENTEAL COMMITTEE MEET ING. A meeting of the Republican County Centra Committee, chosen at the Peo ple's County Convention of September 8, is hereby called to meet at the UNION HOUSE, in Wa-Keeney, on Saturday, September 22, 1888, at 2 o'clock p. H. This Committee is composed from the different townships, as follows: Ogallah W. H. Palmer, L L. McGar me, D. Conntrjman. Wa-Keeney Geo. Baker, C. A. Bearers, W. C. Olson, Geo. T. Galloway. Coller R G. Kessler, H. M. Seaton, E. J. Elliott Adair Joseph Grice, Wm. HnlL Glencoe Geo. Cross, G. W. Stapli...

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. — 15 September 1888

USft?d?1Wvy-c7v?uS.i ! "tff $ j&Li its ---l .y.?y & -tv.- v - t -5sjtoL-3.'c;y: : . "wv &s- ,. --;' - jv. v - - -. - s - "Fjser m- Vi S Jt"V-' ft ai ;..'&. niX-j- Jrt, ?J-V .s SJ fl ' "!'- 3-r?S&V tv, v- w S '.r v - - -rSN -r V .j' Z fe fcr'. S dt & I ;p El THE NEW FIRST BEADEB. LESSON I. "Is the boy in the field ?' xco At; la xu bxxi uuiu I " Wnat is tne boy doing in the field?" "Stealing cucumbers.' "Does the man see him ?"" "He does." "But -why does he chuckle and grin instead of driving the boy out?" "Hist! He is the man who keeps the drag-store on the comer P LESSOX II. "Let us look over the alley fence and see the piece of statuary in the "Widow McGee's back yard. Is it not a beau tiful thing?" "It is. It is a marble dog, and so "That shows the wonderful skill of man. Human skill, assisted by pa tience and perseverance, can accomp lish Tvonders." "Who is that coming down the street?" "It is a poor young man whose all (an old pair of boots) was consumed ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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