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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 15 September 1888

xm .-. -ji sli" -...v-v ,, fc J f fr- &.! && y m: & '& ljl 'S ? X K' n v M h- 1. u? ?. h" y irr V OmCIlL PAPEE OF THEG0 COUJTCY." y. & rirov, ditor' Saturday, September Id, 1888. EEPUBLICAU" TICKET. yor Vice President LEVI P. JIOETON FOB PBESIDEKXIAI. EtWn"OBS: (John I Waller At Large (Eugene F. Wxee Sixth District J HcGonigxl For Congressman, 6th District ,E. J. Imuran EEPUBLICAX STATE TICKET. For Governor Ltma U ST For lieutenant Governor..., A. J. .mxt For Secretary of State WnxiAM HioGnre For Auditor Timothy IIcCabtht For State Treasurer ,. .James i W. Hamilton For Attorney General . ... --L. B. xxogo For Associate Justice Supreme Court, W. A. Jopsos For Sup't Public Instruction... .Geobge W. Winaus For State Senator 40th Dist. Hnx P. Wqbon The Dighton Republican is now issued eemi-weekly. Geo. D. Baebeb, county clerk of Ness county, died at Ness City on the 4 inst He was buried in accordance with the ritual of the Grand Army of the Republic. Hon. F. W. S...

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. — 15 September 1888

-"?- -v- "-$- . I-". riT ?& - hjS"---"1: p . v ?. ; . ' 3r V-Caf "s fef . - JVf LAND DECISIONS. TOe following synopses of decisions of the land department are famished by W. P. Harlan, land and mining attorney, Washington, D. C. HOMESTEAD AND PRACTICE. In the case of Martha M. Olson, decided November 9, 1887, by the honorable sec retary -of the interior, it -was held that absence occasioned by insanity, ill health and poverty was excusable, and the time covered thereby considered as a part of the required term of residence. On the submission of final proof by the deserted wife of a homesteader, the entry may be submitted to the board of equitable adjudication. MINEBAI.. In case of the American Flag Lode, decided April 8, 1888, Commissioner Stockslager decided that the publication is not sufficient if the notice does not appear in every copy of the paper of each issue for the statutory period. The withdrawal of a protest will not prevent action on the matters alleged therein, if ...

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. — 15 September 1888

'ffP? 'fr, S; .- l&A K w r i; STk A DOMESTIC. The state normal school opens with fi enrollment. The at fance wrff er tnan of the stale is represented. Six States will be expected to export at least 80, 000,000 bnshels. jftetieth cosgkes3. 1.3 . e;iicK have been arrestea Aliens: FrSnc for inciting workmen strike- , Twenty-five thousand s-workehave formed an assembly ana win. j Knights of Labor. The Woman's Christian Temperance union will hold its annual meeting in e York, October 19. m scheme lo PpSbl? fhirairo has been revived ana wuj. v be SedTnto execution at once. Mrs. Grant, of Wmnepe, S&JS the fire. . ar broken down mentally. . The bill forfeiting the .land gran to he Northern Pacific rail road on the an fl line not jet completed has been r favorably to the senate. Yort. Mrs: Bromley of Midaiciowu, - fQ. t,0a in hBr own house in goon ' . lived in her own """ v n- t or seeing twelve j ears without goms out or anybody but her husband. Heifrom.lhenorthAwjJ'ig bushels to 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. — 15 September 1888

ftsygaT $ , W- ,- '5 ' ,3-.. ! It K-"5 ' h - fjlf ,3 .-x TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. COLX.YEE CAWJLNGS. CotiiTEE, Sept 12. Sick onos. School once more. Expected departures Farmers making ready to sow rye and wheat. Fred Cartright was in Ellis Thursday night. Castle Eock will be visited Sunday by the Colljerites. T. L. Fike went to Gove City yester day, on business. Sunday and Monday were numbered among the breezy dajs. , Sam Swiggett and Charley Hickman are both on the sick list. Messrs. Phillips and Smith will move their families to Graham county soon. A party of yonng people will assemble at the home of Daisy Martin Friday night. Ilev. E. Eichard and wife, of Buffalo Park, -were the guests of C. A. Sperrs Sunday. Sam Swiggett cleaned the school house Saturday, and bad it ready for services Sunday. John "Wolf is keeping bachelor's hall on his new claim, northeast of Wa Keeney. Misses Happy EobertsandAlta "Wright expect to depart this month ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 15 September 1888

PS -HSfflBeBS32rHMB Vt&rFl tt . " -r- r Wl v ' l2 -. ssr xr V :vila WV- "T . t Vv m Br ?, . A Jf. F tf K k ft' ife ft iX ? iS ,J 'v T5 If UNION LABOK D0CTJ1INES The Full Text of Hon. J. W. Ady's Law rence Add res. Upon the Plans, Prin ciples, Doctrine and TallacleB of the Union tabor Party. Ihe yew Patty's Koran, "Iho Seven Fi nancial Couilrnc$es"-?he Union la uor Platfoim-A. J. Streeter, Presidential Candidate. Hon. J. V. Ady, of Newton, delivered the following address upon the principles and aims of the union labor party, at Lawrence, September C: Fiiend and Fellow-Citizens: It is no easy task to shoot pigeon3 in a big foS; or to writs an enduring epitaph on a eand bar. And it is certainly not a less ar duous task to make an effective argument against a party that has no history but its llatform.no assets but discontent, and no projects except such as are to be derived from a possible spread of temporary insani ty among the people. I hold in my hand a very remarkable docu ment...

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. — 22 September 1888

,&-'' t V TSWrePT' jk " . - i. "STearly SiaTosGriptiojriS.OO - TENTH YEAH. t5T"Any person who takes tho paper regularll from the po't-ofSce, "whether directed to his name or whether he is a subscriber or nor, is re sponsible for the pay. The courts haTe decided that lefusing totaki newspapers from the post-office, or removing and leaving them uncalled for, is prima facie evidence of intektional hiaud. KATE AND BILL. 'Twas in tho prinio Of summer time A lovclv moonlit ovo, When Bill and Kato Stood at tho gate Her head upon his sloovo. J V5 3S2& "When lo 1 there came, With steady aim From thoimmediato roar, A human foot Which quickly put Poor Bill to 0ht, in fear. Then Kato did cry: "O, pupa, ivhv InBulfc my lover thus? Tou have no right Sly hopes to blight By making such a f US3 1" Her papa said, "You skip to bed. Tor so your father wills. I run this show And you must know I likewise foot the Bills!" A MISSOURI LEGEND. BY C. C. HAIIX. When the now beautiful city of Quincv, in...

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. — 22 September 1888

i&mm mwwmwww$& Z ht, w . V 5T b J- w 0 iK&r i . V f- 2 ( 1 I 1? it6 bf Kl UJW unfc BL- c i. L. Wtrm gfonw WW. OFFICIAL PAPER OP TIEBO COUIII. w. s. mro, frffor. Saturday, September 22, 1888. CENTRAL COMMITTEE MEET ING. A meeting of the Republican County Central Committee, chosen at the Peo ple's County Convention of September 8, iB hereby called to meet at the UNION HOUSE, in Wa-Keeney, on Saturday, September 22, 1888, at 1 o'clock v. M. This Committee is composed from the different townships, as follows: Ogallah W. H. Palmer, L L. McGar vie, D. Countryman. Wa-Keeney-Geo. Baker, C. A Beavers, W. C. Olson, Geo. T. Galloway. Collyer E. G. Kessler, H. M. Seaton, !E. J. Elliott. Adair Joseph Grice, Wm. HulL Glencoe Geo. Cross, G, W. Staplin. Riverside G. W. TunnelL "Willcox-W. H. "Willcox, B. S. Thomas. Banner J. C. Brown, A J. Johnson. Business of importance is to be con sidered, and a full attendance is urgently requested. Geo. Bakeb, Chairman. A PLEA FOR CONSISTENCY. Capt...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 22 September 1888

mmti n -.JgJaiHTT.5Jtt--.fc .j'W'mig' t -rjv-?ni --f t --tj M!V,ff V -H V P. j?f?&' fef i -. isgj m "V " t S - X j4.j aasfSSBH 3f '.I te h' . B- ' '' jC K.'. STATE KEWB.K Fred A. Foster, of Hutchinson, has "been blackmailed. , -. . i Clara Ellis, of Kingman, a 14-year-old 'girl, has ran away from heme. s 1 The public echools ia El Dorado era closed on account of dipiheria. The pioDeers of Marshall county held their tenth annual meeting Ssptember 12. Colonel Cy Leland's young horse, "Hoi Miller," is one of the fEsteat in' the etute. , The Catholic pastor at Atchison, Father iPeter EEsaem, resigns to become a col 'lege professor. ' TheGreenleaf Herald has changed hands. Fred Amelung Trill hereafter edit and publish it. Adan Brenner, of Doniphan, rill have 5C0.000 pounds cf grapes, and Gecr6e Brenner 150,000 pounds. An "aid movement" has begun in Kearney county, greatly to the disgust of the more thrifty settlers. McPhenron Kepublican: There are two German papers published here and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 22 September 1888

-v Jg "ijE.Stv -ST' 'J? :iz,yz '"iZf--,? ,3.' f . r-r fe$S$&F pr JS H-sM: t i f IF. I i"5 C jrM J Wwtixn Mw&w $forld. OFFIClilTPAFEK OF, TBEGO C0UIT7. W. 5. 7T0JV, Editor. Saturday, September 22, 1888. BEPUBUCATr TICKET. For President, BENJAMIN HABBISOK forYiMPngdent LEVI P. JIOKTON POE PEESTDKNTIAI. ZtECTOB?: (John I Waixet. At Large . - Eugene F. Waee Sixth District.. . J. B. McGoshui. For Congressman, Gth District E. J. Tcrkkb EEPUBLICAN STATe'tICKET. For Governor Ltmah TT. Humpkeet Tor Lieutenant Governor A. J. Felt For Secretary qt 8tate William Higgins Tor Auditor...... "... .Timotht McCartht For State treasurer JashcsW. Hamiltov For Attorney General .V L. B. Kellogg Tor Associate Justice Supreme Court, W. A. Joirs sos Tor Sup't Public Instruction.. . .Geobge W. Wai.s ForState Senator 40th Dist. Hill P. Wilsox PEOPLE'S COUNTY TICKET. For Representative W. S. Ttltov For Probate Judge S. M. Hdtzel For Clerk District Court "W. E. Saum For County Attorney 31. I. HoLLihXEn ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 22 September 1888

v , -j ' - jjsx FW i - V" $1 - h ii j l K .1 M r E CLTOBED WITH GXTHS, Boys firom Ellis Almost Kill a Citi zen of Trego County. Last Sunday three boys from the town oE Ellis went to the farm of Ered Hemis sigger, in Trego county, three or four miles southwest of that place, and ate watermelons awhile, and then proceeded to destroy large numbers of them. Two of the boys named McDonald one about eighteen years' old, the other about twelve and James Henchy, aged about fifteen, were the ones engaged in this raid. To their eating as many as they wanted, Mr. H. did not object; but, on j ascertaining that they were destroying them needlessly, he remonstrated. The older McDonald boy and young Henchy then proceeded to turn the butts of their guns upon Mr. H., and club him. He was struck on the top of the head, making a serious scalp wound. His left arm was bruised so badly that he was unable to use it on the following day. Ho was terribly hurt in the back. His condition on Monday last was su...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 22 September 1888

wril-3S r4-aT-7; j?- iar tTL-iSrtCT ' J;- --vS1'T .ASvrKis.' ""V"" 4' ' ?? trf t ' DOMESTIC. Colorado democrats nominated Hon, T. S3. Patterson for governor. The Fire Underwriters' aociation is hold ing its annual meeting in Chicago, There are 33.800 pensioners in Illinoifl who teoeive annually $4,244,164. Austrian papers oppose the restoration of the temporal power of the pope. Frank Parker, the billiard player, was married to Miss Cora Miller, of Chicago. Miss IiBura Lent, a Brooklyn Eociety belle, was arrested for stealing diamonds. The earthquake shocks have done great damage at Vostezza, on the Corinthian gulf. Ida Harrington hanged herself at Green- field, Iowa, because her negro lover deserted her , f;? icnetfmt PnqfmRxfer General Ste venson will take the stump in Illinois for the democrats. k ii-niit;ncr.Tn'chinfi exnloaion at Ciron, France, killed eight persons and injured nve otners Barb-wire manufacturers held a meeting in Chicago and toot steps toward tne iorcna tion of ...

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. — 22 September 1888

r2t vv m'& -! - h TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Urfi p fcy tot " WtridV Rattling Reporters. COLLYEB CAWIMGS. GoLCTB,8ept.l9. Jack frost A lively town Monday eveniBR. flam Swiggett has entirJy recovered. We hear there has been froat for eT eral mornings. Frank Colby is here from DenTer, is iting his parents. Mr. "Wolf has purshased a team of mules and a wagon. Mrs. Eva Kichards is our present as sistant postmistress. Bert McMillen is in Wa-Keeney this week, attending court. Mrs. Goodwin is quite sick, but was some better at last reports. Miss Sara Brooks is teaching the school in Mr. Sperry's district. The young folks did not go to Castle Eock as they intended, but are going yet. Q. A. Wilson, of Wa-Keeney, came up Monday evening with those from that place. Temp. Smith, Hall Colby and Tom Fike took in the ball game at Oakley on Friday. J. N. Mills is here from Hiawatha, Kan., collecting money due the firm of MillB & Sons. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Siebert and Miss Kate McDonald were the gu...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 22 September 1888

HARRISON'S LETTER. Sen. Benj. Harrison's Xetter or Acceptance of the Kepublican Presidentatlal ominstion to Hon.3I.il. 3 tee. He Kovlewa Many of the Most Important Political Questions to Ba Con sidered in the Coming Campaisn. &DIASA20US, September 11. The follow ing is General Harrison's letter accepting the republican presidential nomination: ESKAin3 haheisos. Lxdiaxapoijs, September 11. Hon. M. SI. Eitco and Others, Committee, etc Gextleiien; ""When your committee vis ited me on the 4th of July last and presented the official announcement of my nomina tion for the presidency of the United States by the ropeblican convention, I promised as soon as practicable to communicate to yon 3 more formal acceptance of the nomina tion. Since that time the work of receiving and addressing, almost daily, large delega tions of my f eliew cit'zens, has not only cc enpied all of my time, but has in some measure rendered it unnecessary for me to use this letter as a medium of communicating to t...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 29 September 1888

If j?lsf i. mm4mmmwmmmmww) ,' . . i . . i r ' i TTesLrly Subscription $2.00 TENTH YEAR. THE CHILDREN. A t?,, Vnt r.,-,3 7?: ,.."., - n fill i"u, jluul, itat M'lULimii tu uc- Readers. A STRANGE MIRROR. Paikstic S'ory of a Erclher and Sisisr Who Verz Lost in a Western City Alfred's Ihree Prayers. .1 Strange. Zliitor. The old city of Rouen, in France, has a pretty bight that is worth describing to your crowd of young folk. The lit tle men and maids are fend of looking glasses, I know; but I doubt if they all have lieai d of the queer one of which I shall now tell them. Near the w est door of the church of St. Ouen, in this city cf Rouen, is a marble basin filled with "vater. It is so placed that the "wa ter acts as a mirror, and in the face of it one sees all the inside of the church. Look down into the water, and you see pillars, and the ceiling, and pictures and statuary, and neaily all the interior ornamentation of the building. The stately basin teems to take pride in folding its b...

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. — 29 September 1888

!." SSGBErS.TB?- fWSl', -- -1 ' --. ss ??ir& '&&$' K,v.Vv .r r' Wttim $w$m $tottL OFFICIAL PAPER OF TEEGO COUITY. W. S. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, September 29, 1888. PUBLIC SPEAKING! W. S. Tilton and others icill ad, dress the citizens of Trego county at the following places and times: School House in District 31, Adair Precinct, Monday, Oct. 1, 3:30 p. x. Gibson School House, Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2 p. 3i. Come out and sec the Wa-Keeney ringsiers unmasked! New Yobk had its Boss Shepherd, and Wa-Keeney has its Bossed Shepard! M. D. HoLiiSTEB, in his speech at "Willcox school house, told the andiencp what kind of a report the Republican would have of that meeting. We have now seen that paper's report. Hollister is a true prophet. Of course, we bhall hear some lusty calls next week from Bossed Shepard's organ for the proof of the charges which we this week make against the ring outfit. We-w ish to assure the crowd that the proof i3 ready and subject to their order! In speakin...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 29 September 1888

irei WW- ""' fr SSiV.4 . Pl: o -W21 j E -PT r " fe. I k?v V lf v r i : t. v n, s i.f i ii F 7 m LOVE'S LATTGHTEB. BY SHXE1.ET TTISSEi Wo sriled upon the summer sea, My Nellio sweet and I ; Tho Trind from ofE the flow'ry lea Came swiftly floating by. In vain I tried to speak of love ; Ser 6ilver laughter rang, And mocked the laughing sky above, "While still tho riplets sang 'Love inay laugh through tho summer day Love vrlll yield when the sun's away!" Wo sailed upon tho summer sea The wind had died away; A sound of bells from off the lea Swept o'er the starlit bay. i spoko of lovo ; Nell did not start, But close to me did cling ; And, as 1 clasped her to niy heart, I heard the ripples sing "Love may laugh througn the summer day Love will yield when the sun's away!" A Case of Mistaken Identity, by -war. H. S. ATICISO A long time a very long time ago, I studied medicine Avith a jolly old New Hampshire doctor. Even after I obtained my diploma I continued ivifcli Dr. Goliglitly until suc...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 29 September 1888

W t rXt k "A- . 3ttjw32Xk.cr DfsV . f- aa.arfjiSsjs,-,, . Si "V - w": y"Br-, fcB if $-- --, ISii fc . liit S; v 3 Wtott att$t$ SKtelc V-iV riMMU "VVW ' ornciAL paper op ?Hsao couhty. W. S. TILTON, Editor. Satukda.y, September 29, 1888. BEPUELICAN TICKET. xor President. BENJAHDr HAMtlSON 1 or Vice President LEVI P. 1IOBTON Joe PKZsrDEirriAi. Eixcrona: , . . ( Joni L. Wiiiim At Large Ecoej.e F. Wake Sixth District J. B. McGosigai. For Congreasman, Cth District E. J. Trasd KEPIJBLICAX STATE TICKET. For Governor Ltjiau IT. KnirprntrT For Lieutenant Governor A. J. Fixt For Secretary of State Wuxiam Eiot',iss For Auditor.., TnioTnr JIcCaktut For State Treasurer JMts W. Himltov For Attorney General , L. B. Keixogo Tor Associate .lattice Supreme Court, W. A. Johvsok For Sup't Public Inrtructlcn Geokge W. Wlmks JorState Senator 40th Disk Hiil P. Wilson PEOPLE'S COUNTY TICKET. For Eepreentahve W. S. Ttltojj Tor Probate Judge S. 3L Hutzei. For Clerk District Court W. E. Saum For County Attorne...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 29 September 1888

lZj$&gW$&i& ajp V -is S5iVSU-3 h?. . K tt r b rt 7 te- BANNER BUGLINGS. Bannek, Tbego Co., Sept. 24. Stock is doing well on the range. Sam'l Bingaman is fixing to move to Arkansas. John P. Matter is in Colorado, working on a ranch. Conrtney & Force are making a good article of sorghum. Frank Cope proved up on his home stead last Tuesday. John Dalby and Frank Taylor are east, working on a railroad. Banner school is moving along nicely, with W. A. Neel as teacher. The Kev. Mr. Cronk failed to meet his appointment at Banner last Sunday. Quite a lot of sisht-seers from the north visited Castle Bock last Sunday. Barney McManus starts this week to Bichmond, Mo, to work in the coal mines. Mrs. A. W. Punnton has been very sick, but is improving slowly. The rest of the sick are all improving. We had a good rain last Wednesday afternoon, and the grangers are happy, and are putting in wheat and rye as if they meant business. Although wo have had a very dry and discouraging seas...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 29 September 1888

, 4i4 -, SA 31 r it & i ! 4V & tf? TOPICS OF THE TIMES. A Ciioice Selection of Inter esting Items. - Ives and Stayner are on trial ia Cincin nati. Judge Thurrnan is nt work upon his letter of acceptance, -which will be issued this Wek. The house passed the senate resolution appropriating $200,000 to suppress the yel low fever. Tha Tnwo VofttnAist. conference exDelled Rev. W. F. Laidley for improper intimacy with his servant girl. In Germany 200,000 marks have been sub scribed for the expenses of an expedition to search for Emin Bey. The Methodist conference of Northern Kentucky adopted strong resolutions de nouncing, the liquor traffic, Judge Gre3ham ha3 returned to Chicago. He says he will take no part in the cam paign because he is on the bench. The fund Eubscribed to defray Parnell's oxpenses in his 6uit against the London Times amounts to 3,000 pounds. The secretary of the treasury redeemed $515,C00 of 4K per cent, registered bonds at $1.06 92-100 and 3,000 4 per cents a...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 29 September 1888

'fi!P335RpqX $?'' i ?-' &r " -f V TrJ&gSB t. t h v n w TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by trie "World's" Rustling Reporters. COLIiYEB CAWINGS. Collyeb, Sept 26. Edgar Fike is quite sick at present. T. K. Phillips was in Wa-Keeney to-day. Trading seems to be the order of the day. George York was in Wa-Keeney Sat urday. Temp Smith is at Fremont to-day, on business. F. 0. Swiggett is once more in Spicer's tailor shop. Dr. Jones, of Wa-Keeney, was in this city yesterday. Mr. Fred Cartwright was in Ellis Monday night. Mr. Fred Goodwin is selling his broth er's confectioneries. Mr. Morton, of Wa-Keeney, visited D. M. Brown Saturday. Bert McMillen returned from Wa Keeney Saturday night. Miss Jsssie York accompanied the Castle Bock party Sunday. Mrs. Lucy Adams was was in Wa-Keeney on business Saturday. Mr. Will Brown and Mr. Acres took in the sights in the county seat Snnday. A pleasant evening was spent at the residence of Mr. D. M. Brown Thursday. Mr. Peleg Bichards expects to m...

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