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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 29 September 1888

isvti-r s f . ta.v? ?i(KpSs5?1 tfsfeu 7 4. -C5 ;-3 i tS- KV V ll S gsg. j?ir THE STEICKEN SOUTH. Citizens of Fever Stricken Cities Trying to Como North Tho Shot Gun Quar antine la Being IUcidly -Unforced. Sadness r.nfl Darkness Kcisn in the rcver Districts, "Where tho Dread Disease Has Complete Control Over tho Excited People. Nashville, Texn.j September 21. At a late hour last night, seventy ref ogees, who had boarded the Louisville & Nashville train, two miles south of Decatur, Alabama, arrived in this city. Officers met the train at Mallory's station, sixteen miles out, and informed the refugees, that they could not be permitted to stop at Nashville. Twelve had tickets for this city. Those who did 'not pass through Decatur, were allowed to leave the truin upon its arrival here. Tho conductor reported that several stopped at towns along tho road. It was learned that great excitement prevailed at Decatur last night The people fled in all directions, going in vehicles and on foo...

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. — 6 October 1888

B. FN? "rearly Svitoscription $2.00 N TENTH YEAR THE LADIES. A Highly Seasoned Pot-Pourri, Dished Up Especially for ihe Tender Sex. FAIR WOMEN AND THEIR WAYS. A Bit of If nsensc, a Little Humor, and San; Solid Chunks cf Useful Inform i ion. Heroic Meaiui'ci. George (to Lest girl) I fee that you are wearing a Lang, iny clear Clara. Clara Ye3, George, audi don't think it is very becoming to me. George Then -why do you wear it, darling? Clara (shyly) Because I am tired of being kissed on the forehead. George. Texas S if lings. Jlis Ratify. Miss Mainchance George, you have asked of me the dearest treasure a wo man has her heart. George (impatiently Yes, Irene, re lief my agony of suspense. Miss Mainchance You must give me time. George Time? How long, dearest? A day, a week, a month, a Miss Mainchance (sweetly) No, George; only time enough to look you up in Bradsircel's. Time. Ambitious far a UuircisZty Education. "Now, my daughter,"' said old Mr. Kindly to his little Marie, who had just...

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. — 6 October 1888

?f5SfF - Jar-.-JfaVAJXCaBT - 'rsjss;?i xs-Srs j r - iT -yffcr-. v y "WL. HI !. h - fi?, B? S iiS -4 'fl t" "-& totimt 3BtoM. OFFICIAL PAPER OF TBESO GOUHTY. W. S. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, October 6, 1888. W. S. Tilton and others will ad dress the citizens of Trego county at the following places and times: Lone Star School House.FranHin Township, Tuesday evening, Oct. 9, at 7:30 P. V. Collyer, Saturday, Oct. 11 at 2:30 Ogallah, Saturday, Oct. 13, at 7:30 p. si. Come out, everybody, and see the Wa-Keeney ringsters stripped of their masks! The Mormon movement toward Mexi co is assuming large proportions. Oaklet's merchant tailor has skipped, leaving numerous unpaid debts in the rear. The man who votes his own sentiments upon the dictates of his own judgment is the true freeman! F. M. DuvAiiii, of the Courier, has been nominated for representative by the Re publicans of Norton county. Hon. J. G. Mohleb has been nominat ed for state senator by the Republicans of the Salina district....

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. — 6 October 1888

'jt : 'SvLt' ' ?-- ss ""; fe-:Vf3g i v '-3- ,f ij "v1 !5m 4 STATE SE 7S. Dotnis T7acts an e3eatric light sys tem. Sedgwick county baa four tickets in the field. Hoxie is bnflding a now opera house. It is nearly completed. Steps are befog taken to build a Cath olic church at PMllipshcrg. There is only one republican paper in Cheyenne county, the Bird Citj KewE. Harry Vroom2n, who tfss recently making anarchist Bpeechee, is now filling the pulpit of his brother at Independ ence. Argentine Eepublic: "Sixty divcrce cases on docket in the present term of the Wyandotte county court" Fori Scott Monitor: Secretary De Uoisy reports good progress in paying off premiums, and says that the receipts will rreet all claims. The fair was a decided success. Belleville Times: The Bock Island will at once put on through trains from Kansas City to Denver. The divisions between the terminal points are BelJe vflJo andGoodland. W. A. Wheeland, ol the firm of Whes Icnd fc Callahan, hatter?, Lavecwortb, has...

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. — 6 October 1888

MWipiiiii I" i .. i'ii ' ' I, ,' ' i M fwpiMMww m 'I'WMBJMHWI'WHil'P ' ' i ' " "J JW"J '" f IW ' U'W B HMHMJMI '11' J1W"HMISJW ilM M i MHM I MM 'V ,-u. ffz -1 : V v "V-51 283 11 l. & wssiro gawuajs towmiu OFFICIAL PAPER OF TREQ0 COUfiTY. W. 5. 771 TO1, Editor. Saturday, October 6, 1888. BEPUBLICA2T TICKET. ForPrMldrnt, BENJAMIN HARBISON For Vico President LEVI P. MORTON rOB PEE8IDENTUI. EIXCTOES: (Jonv L. TVixrxR Atlrgo "JEuojcT- T. Wabe Sixth District J. B. JIcOojaG.il. For Congressman, Cth Du-trict E. J. Tubseb EEPUBLICAX STATE TICKET. For Governor lsmxs U. Humphbkk For lieutenant Governor A. J. Felt For Secretary of State Wiluam Higge?s For Auditor.... Timothy McCaptht For State Treasurer James W. Hauiiton- For Attorney General E- B. Keixogo For Associate Justice Supreme Court, V. A. Johnson For Sup't Public Instruction... .Geobge W. Vi isans For'State Senator-40th Diet Hm, P. Wilson PEOPLE'S COUNTY TICKET. For Representative W. S. Tilton .For Probate JuIe S. M. Hdtzei. For C...

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. — 6 October 1888

xv&rs ??Z& s, i v ,ii,,' J tfifV 91 rH ii4SJk t. -xf "fe i $& - TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. Of COLLYEE, CAWINGS. CoiiIiXEB, Oct 3. Changes. Visitors of lata Politics the theme ot conversation. Fred Goodwin visited Quinter Sunday. Millie Brown is expected home soon from Gove City. Sara Brooks attended the teachers' as sociation Saturday. Larry XteBron and Kate McDonald were in town Monday. Large flocks of geese have been going south for several dajs. Otis Kessler was in Wa-Keeney Friday and in Quinter Saturday. Mrs. D. G. Carleton expects to reside in "Wa-Keeney this winter. The club held a social hop in the Bundy house Friday night. F. C. Swiggett returned to Wa-Keeney to-day, to work at his trade. Messrs. Henkel and Siebort were up from TVa-Keeney on Monday. The ladies of the T7. B. C. -will give a ball at the hall Friday evening. E. C. Cohun and Aaron Deardorff will make final proof on their claims Monday. A brother of E. H. Ph...

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

jmww? "SZZWTSSFS W& -'S,4 - - - T imsn - i " "V- PStX. 'V " .' . '-r Hp" -. r ;,-sx 5: -r;?c; i r ! O . SSSSKTO?S3E3sn it Ke -I .-& h r f i H? i' " TOPICS OF THE TIMES. .A Choice Selection of Inter esting Items. 7 Destructive prairie fires are raging in northern Dakota. The senate passed the bill forfeiting the "Northern Pacific land grant, t The show business has been seriously af fected by yellow f ever in the south. The Univeraali6t asssciations of Illinois are holding their annual c jnference. Congressman Randall has been renomi nated by his Philadelphia constituency. ' Bailroads are cntting passenger rates from St. Louis to New York and a rate war is im minent. ' John H. Obsrly, civil Bervice commis sioner, ha3 boen appointed commissioner of Indian affairs. ' A bill has passed the senate giving the widow of General Sheridan an annual pen bion of $3,500. The appropriation of $200,000 for the sup Eression of yellow fever ha3 been approved y the president. Spain has ordere...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 6 October 1888

p a'RJPreSpS?" ?3s5S'3Wv ? " --c ""w-. . 1&- t1 Jc 1.1 Some rain drops fell on Thursday. The use of fuel is becoming fashionable. E. F. Porter has gone to Sioux City, fc Iowa, on business. Ex-Sheriff Baker was at Hays City yesterday, attending the fair. J. A. Sharp has been clerking at Fanner's drug store this week. Judge Osbornt came in Thursday evening from Russell Springs. C. L. Cain, of the Ti ibunc, was out west along the railroad yesterday. Dr. Upshaw intends to start to Ne braska next Monday on a business trip. Elmer Guy, who had been at work on the Walker Journal, is back in Wa-Keeney. Watermelons and muskmelons are yet brought to town in considerable num bers. Capt. Matt William's, of the south part of the county, was in town Thursday night. Geo. V. York, of Collyer township, was in town yesterday, on his way home from Ellis. We are under obligations to Mr. and Mrs. T. T.Armstrong for favors on Wednesday last. J. A. Bowles has traded his residence bnildiDg, in the north...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 6 October 1888

sWWW. K.aUiajir!3 sjjr-Sr w-- ' - " "Svvfi J? ' - - "?, fc INDIANA. AND MAINE. General Harrison Speaks lo a Large Dele gation on thn Democratic Knrplus Prominent psaJora Hooked for Indiana Early in October. James 1. Tilaino Intrrvlrwcd on the Re cently Published Le:ut ortlio I.ate ltoicoo Conkling to u hoi: Yorklricud. Indianapolis, Ind-, September 23. Gen eral Harrison received a delegation of 12, 000 from Wabash and Park counties this af teoon. In the coarse of his address ha paid: There i ono word on the subject that I want to r.ay. Onr democratic friends tell us that (hero are about 1,OCO,000,ODO, their arithmeticians do not agreo on the exact amount, in the public treasury, for which the government has no need. They have fonnd only this method of using it, viz: de positing it in the national bants of the coun try, to ho loaned out by them to our citizens at interest, the government getting no inter est whatever from the bank". I snggcsted.nnd it was not an original suggestion -...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 13 October 1888

.&v-"- 9. t? Li isr fc V It & rs- lK- V "A - "tTHTKMST?' Mi fr " -v - Yearly Sizbsoriiptiori. $2.00 TENTH YEAR. WOMAN'S PROGRESS Matters and Things in Which Our Fair Readers Are Interested. NUMEROUS SWEET MORSELS. A Little Humor, a Bit of Nonsense and Some Breezy Gossip About Modest Maidens and Giddy Girls. Getting Into Hit Good Graces. 'You are very late to-night, George," said ilie girl, half reproachfully. ''Yes, dear; your father's new dog met mo at the gate, and I've been try ing to mate friends -with him." Xew York Sun. Brcal.lny the Sacs. Percy Silverton (who has had his highly-valued though unpromising mnstachp removed) See, Julie, I have had my mustache cut off: Miss Julie Styles (his fiancee) Oh, pshaw! why did you tell me? I wanted to find it out myself ! Pud: File It Away for Fittun- Use. '"Papa," said a beautiful girl, "young Mr. Thistle has written me a note in "which he asks me to he his wife." ""Written you a note? "Why in thun der didn'r he come himself?" "I...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 13 October 1888

ssppis -';-'' - - ---.--.- -.-?-'ft ., - " r-e& he? sv N& g? & L - ' 5 r- Wtffow gat WM. OPPICIAL PAPEII OP TEESO COUITY. W. 8. T1LTON, - . Editor. Satubday, October 13, 1888. PEOPLE'S TOWNSHIP CAUCUS. The friend of the People's Comity movement will bold a caucus in Opera Hall, Wa-Keeney. on Satur day, October 20. at 2 o'clock p. sc, to place in nomi nation a township ticket to be voted on at the coming election. . , Geo. BAinra, Chairman. W. C. Olsov, Geo. T. Oii.ukw.it, C. A. Beavers, Township Central Committee. We notice by the Norton Champion that onr old friend, ex-Judge W. H. Pratt, for merly our district judge, has taken np his residence in Oregon. We are sorry this is so. By this removal western Kan sas loses one of the grandest men who ever became inured to her climate and aided in her development. Hox. E. J. Tuk.ver, owing to his en forced presence in Washington, D. C.,has cancelled his engagements to speak in this district. This is the way it is put by the Col...

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. — 13 October 1888

KMBfc- fiV - -,M' " "3 Sfcf;, rSg,-- .& &$r& rf Y '" " r "s.i C- 5t-' is s' fl a is 2 & I: k I CSt f&s B m fcJr Ux10N LABOE ANAfiCHY. Qnlte a Sensation Created by a Tocal Pa per's Expose of the Band, Which la an Offspring of the Chicago Order of Anarchists. Military in its Character The Band Fully Armed and Equipped Prominent Union Labor Men Connected Wlthit-The Oath. WramxD, Kan., October 5. This even ing's Daily Courier publishes a startling sensation of a page, exposing a secret order of anarchists, an offspring of toe Chicago anarchists' order. The ritual of the secret work of the band is given with the interpre tation. The organization is called the "En JNiot Le ribe ov Sttad," of the United States. One of the paragraphs of the oath and cypher 8ay6: "And should I wilfully break this oath I will surrender my body to the just ven geance of my comrades." Another paragraph of the ritual says: "We work in secret as a matter of necessity. The enemy for many long y...

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. — 13 October 1888

fPT ?S?Ss -- '.i -JSCC-!5,W "- vg- - -fcyiw- x3L'jr,r7wNc k "wefr j ISP 33iff ':Tmft .3..V I: IS-f rx Bf- fz 6- , H- t fe l If .1- y Hs Wtstem feit 3itaML OFFICIAL PAPER OF TSEGO GOUKTY. BEPUBLICAN TICKET. For Present. ." BESJAMTN' HM ror Vice President LfaI P. iiUKiur. FOS PEESIDEVTIAi EIXCTOES: At Largo (Ecgeve F. W-ibl Sixth Di-trict J- MoaosiOAi. For Congressman, Gth Di-trict.. E. J. Tuesee REPUBLICAN' STATE TICKET. For Gover. I U. HB For Lieutenant Governor Vtm nioflrss For Associate Justice Supreme Conrt,A. Joit.son For Sup-t Public In-traction .. .George W. W n.ANS ForlState Seaalor-40th Dkt Hill P. Wilson PEOPLE'S COUNTY TICKET. For Itepre-entntho W . TrwoN For Probate .Judge 8v r sSS For Cterk District Court yrn TlnulxEr For ro.mly Attorney -M- "0""E For hupi..Tublic Iu-tmction Fkane CiMrBnu- For Comrni-iouer 2d Dt-trict U. P. Cvee-sole CAUCUS AT COLIiYER. A Republican caucus will be h"ld at Collyer on Situnlav, October 1$, 1A3, nt 2 o'clock r. M , , to nominate tovm'ihip o...

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. — 13 October 1888

i's&iS' " .y " 1 H b 'X, I fe 5 ls & ff f 1j l m & Commissioner's Proceedings. Concluded Prom Pago 4. 1 Wednesday, Oct, 3, 1888. Board met pursuant to adjournment. All present. Court bouse claims were allowed as follows, viz: J W Burns, court house super intendent S Joseph Brown, extra stone cut ting 87 50 8 70 Barrett & Pinkham, court house contractors 1,351 54 Mosler, Bahman & Co., vault doors, first half C A Hoar, freight on vault doors James Milholland, work on court house stone J W Burns, court house super intendent Joseph Irwin, stone for court house 375 00 6i 31 1 50 91 00 7 99 Barrett fe Pinkham, court house contractors 2,050 20 Barrett & Pinkham, court house contractors 2,G00 78 J Bnrns, court house super intendent Joseph Brown, extra stone cut tint' L S Halsey, hauling court house stone H Freas, stone and hauling stone Joseph Brown, cutting stone. . "W J Hemphill, hauling jail cells "W J Hemphill, unloading vault doors Paddock & Martin, stone st...

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. — 13 October 1888

-v -i -J-'il4W41i4PAJiiJ!ii 5$PS' t& rST 'A-C,$Cv'0,V'-. - r. ?- is - .j Ru F- & JT HEWS BREVITIES. Important 'cws Items in Pithy Paragraphs, The senate passed the bul forfeiting the Northern Pacific land grant. Abont half the tobacco crop in Bracken county, Kentucky, was damaged by the late frost. The annual reunion of the association of Eastern Hlinci3 Teteran3 was held at Cham Psn. , . , , Jacob Heber, a St Louis basket-maker, shot and killed bis wife and blew off his own head. The president signed the Chinese bill and returned it, with amessase of explanation, to congress. The senate confirmed the appointment of Judge Lambert Tree, of Illinois, to be min ister to Kussla. A new trial has been ordered in the case of ex-Alderman McQuade, one of the New York city "boodlers." The Wisconsin Methodist conference found that the charges against Bishop Hal sey were not sustained. William George, a wealthy farmer of Bas ra, 111., was swindled out of $1,200 by sharp era with a lotte...

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. — 13 October 1888

JzWWw?'7 '?S?tv X' 7 &? IS & ?S: COLI.YEB CAWIWGS. CoiiLTEB, Oct. 10. Much wind to-day. J. L. Bandy is erecting & wind mill. T. "W. Bandy moved to town yesterday. Sir. and Mrs. LeBron are in town to day. TVill Bower paid Oakley a 'flying visit Sunday. Messrs. Cohon and Deerdorff proved up Monday. Bessie Siebert spent Saturday with Nettie Kessler. The park tree leaves are fast assuming their golden coats. B. O. Kichards was in Wa-Keeney yes terday on business. Fred Cartwritjht was in Ellis on busi ness Monday night. Mrs. York proved up Friday. She had to go to Ellis after a witness. M. P Goodwin's goods were moved Saturday to rooms in the hotel. Mr. Johnston, post-office inspector from St. Louis, was in town yesterday. The dense smoke of a prairie fire was noticed in the southwest yesterday. Kev E. Richards failed to fulfill his ap pointment at Collyer last Sabbath. Mr. and Mrs. J. fl. Siebert and family attended the ball last Friday evening. B. G. Kessler and "Jack" Burn...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 13 October 1888

MmsmiM$zimm t , - - --.--- -rt!iBMPPiWSHHHH "S - "'? ' f ', "" -.&-i2s.C- 5 -jS h- - f " St Sj ' r y E.tf ' tac SENATE TARIFF BILL. h. rmbodlns the Itvlsion of the Tariff schedules and Administrative Fea tures of the Present taw heed ful lteductlous Made. It Is a Sultantial Compendium tho Provisions for Collection of Internal llevenno of tlio Custom Duties. Washington, D. C, October 3. The senate finance committee's substitute for the Mills tanu bill embodies the revision of the tariff schedules ond administrative features of the present law, the re-enactment of all such features aa in the opinion of the majority ' ought not to be changed. The following synopsis contains all the changes a3 com pared with the present Jaw, rates by the present law bsing given In parenthesis wiih each item, (except whoa the article is not enumerated in the existing law). THE PEEK LIST. The following aro the additions to the free list: Acorns, dried, sugared or undried; bji-vta. eulnhalo of, baryles...

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. — 20 October 1888

:.liW Li r.j i& 5rt k? l?r -- W ?:, zr9Lmhvwzz7Ts.. - L - j. m fM' fV "STearly Subscription. $2.00 TENTH YEAR. THE CHILDREN. Fun, Facts, and Fiction for the Pets of the House hold. WASHINGTON'S MONUMENT. An AcccutiI of the House That Stood in the Pond, and the Cunning Animal lhat Lived Therein. Washinyton .Monument The site of tho "Washington Monu ment was selected by Washington him self; not, however, to commemorate his own fame, hut as a memorial of the great struggle by which our country's independence was secured. Washington died December 14, 1799, and ten days later Congress resolved to erect a monument to commemorate the events of his military and political life. The poverty of tho country prevented thr immediate execution of the project, and in a little while men's thoughts were engaged by more pressing matters. In 1803 it was thought a public dis grace that nothing had been done to carry out the early resolution to recog nize by a monument the great debt of the country t...

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. — 20 October 1888

mpw ' & :u -" "TT - -i V.i"l.-AV J ? " 'i "vVw",1?-',' i B& , H t?i f ,5jf. V"V -ij- r .- tem Kiww OFFICIAL PAPER OF TSEGQ COUNTY. vv. S. TILTON, . Editor. Saturday, October 20, 1S88. The People's ticket will be elected from top to bottom. The ring canvassers are making votes for the People's Ticket. We know of a number of examples of the correctness of this proposition. fc The People's meeting at the Tunnell Bchool konse, in Riverside township, Thursday evening, was largely attended. G. W. Tunnell presided. The People's movement will have a walkover in that township. The People's meetings at Collyer and Ogallah last Saturday were marvels of success, The ring meetings this week at the same points were attended slimly by the voters of the respective localities. The People's movement draws the crowds. It is hardly necessary for J. A. Xolson to try to deceive the voters into believing that he was opposed by W. C. Ulfcon m the recent canvass for state senator. Mr. Olfaon stands ...

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. — 20 October 1888

yizwa slC?!-f' x v .-" V-r.v kr? '" jSSS mr rt i.' rjfstmttFJhi-tt-sur 'fl a-' rn ii 3 L it r il H' I I ':$ .S- Xv r STRIKING MINERS. Thomas "Warden, One of the Richest Mine Owners In thelVesr, Killed by Strik ing Miners at Bevier, Missouri. The Cause of the Tragedy ras on Account of a Strike in "Warden's Mines More Trouble Feared in the Future. Kansas Cot, 31o., October 12. A Time special from Bevier, Mo., sayB at a quarter to 1 this afternoon, Thomas Wardell, a very wealthy land oner and coal operator, was shot and instantly killed by a number of strikers. The occurrence took place on the main street, just opposite the depot. Mr. Wardell had driven from Macon in 'his carriage, accompanied only by a colored boy. He stopped his horFes at the 6treet corner and crossed the railroad track going into the telegraph office to send a message. The depot platform wa3 filled with striking miners, and as -he passed through them going to his carriage they jeered and tan Bled him. Turning he sai...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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