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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 20 October 1888

klMH p, .' " ' iW-.V-ai" m&B&smmm&x&m ot-j, i. -!&.rEL'iv'wrT'v. v.&-,i,-w--.-.s. cs-5 ... , sv-r ;jsvsrss ;: r7-i5 - 'j "" v's5?st - V5TV. "5 "K 5 .-;' fi u ,-I :. 6 , OFFICIAL PAPER OF TBEGO COUHTY. W. 8. TILTON, ------ Editor. Satueda-y, October 20, 1S88. BEPUBLICATtf TICKET, ForPre-ident BENJAMIN HAKBISOK rorYPriJent.... LEVI P. MORTON FOB PaEBIDEMIAL ELECTORS: (Jonv L. Wat.ixh Atl-arge ( EncaE F. Wire girth District J.B.McGosiaAi. Tor Congresman, 6th DMrict. .,E. J. Tcbveb REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor Ltoan U. Hcmphbet Tor Lieutenant Governor A. J . I fit For Secretary of State WiiAiASt Uigos For Auditor Timothy McCAirrm For State Treasurer James W. Himilto's For Attorney General :... L. B. Khixkjg For Associate Justice Supreme Court, TV. A. John"ov For SupU Public Instruction . . .Geobge V. Vi ikas ForjGtate Senator 40th Dist nm, P. Wilson- PEOPLE'S COUNTY TICKET. For Representative W. S. Tii.ton For Probate JudRe S. M. HbTzri. For Clerk Pi-tri...

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. — 20 October 1888

pli-l SJV r-,TTsriaas.-1sr x. X I 17". j&S- - -$S! Li 4 Fs EHW A' b'J -rt IU? S5j E31 V- & "t :-&& T ' 1" 3- i & The Candidates. Wa-Keener Tribune, 12. The Tribune lias been somewhat tardy, perhaps, in presenting to our readers a write-up of the various candidates we are eunDortine. But beinjr strangers in the immunity, and having had but a slight acquaintance with tbenvwe have preferr ed to wait until the present to present the qualifications of OTTE TICKET. Hon. W. S. Tilton, the present incum bent of the office of representative, heads -the ticket for re-election. He requires at our hands no introduction to the voters of Trego county. He has been a resident among you for a number of years, is pub- lisher of the Western Kansas World, and is well and favorably known through out the county. His record as a public servant of the people, stands forth a bright, shining, glorious page, in the vol ume of historical reminiscences of this county.. So far during this cam...

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. — 20 October 1888

?&&&$ ?:rV"'sywL TyJrZvr-zt&p vsr g N ,-sw -I NEWS BREVITIES. Important News Items in Pithy Paragraphs, Dr. McUIynn is speaking in Illinois. A caso of glanders has been reported from pulton, HI. 1 A case of glanders, imported from Lafay ette, Ind., is rei orled from Danville, III. R. It. Me?Fer, a marble dealer of Grinnel, la., shot and killed himself on account of domestic troubles. A party of twenty-five engineers are at work around Jolict mapping out a route for the proposed Hennepin canal. Fire, believed lo be incendiary, destroyed several bnildinss at Moscow City, Idaho, at a loss of 70,000: insi red for one-third. The Hon. Allen G. Thurman is in Wash ington, -where he will argne the telephono eases before the supeeme court next week. Judge Brewer has appointed J. J. Frey general manager of the Missouri, Kansas and Texas road, to act under the receivers. The grand encampment I. O. O. F. of Michigan, and cantonment of Patriarchs Militant met in annual session at ...

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. — 20 October 1888

rs SSaSFSCSSwls "SSS r. , j-.-'-i Cite. ' Hf RjVf; 'ft fk i u N 1 l I - . p F? 1 fcV COLLTEB CAWTNGS. CoLIiYEB, Oct. 17. Time table changed. These nights are lovely. Jessie York ia at home this week. A. B. Baker was in town Saturday. Dr. Jones has been in town often of late. Work is being done on the church this week. Ida A6hcroft was in town Saturday on business. Peleg Richards expects to leave soon for the road. Mrs. Morgan will Ljave Monday for Delphos, Kansas. Rev. E. Bichards preached an interest ing sermon Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. LeBron passed through town Friday, bound for Oakley. Bert McMillen and Daisy Martin were the guests of Millie Brown Sunday. Otis Kessler is "batching" over in the Birkeland house while he is tending some calves. Keeping "batch" is the latest among the young men. "Wonder hove long it will last. The Bepublicans held a caucus and nominated their township officers on Saturday. Messrs. Sanm, Hutzel, Olson and others from Wa-Keeney were in town Saturday. Ka...

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. — 20 October 1888

PlPppffi .sjisF ,- i "-, -ts,- "W H?: a ' 'fir f I & 1. I'- 3f i 6f IS It" l& , i- WV. A-.. SLT V . J A HIDE TO DEATH. fas Terrible Disaster Wednesday Klffbt oa the T-ehlgh Valley Road The Scene at the Wreck Bo- jond Description. Excursionists Ride to an Awfol Doom Terrible Suffering of the Injured Three Coaches Telescoped The Sceno at the Depot. Wilxesbabbe, Pa., October 11. About 10 ij'clock last night a dreadful accident on the iLehigh Valley road was rumored to have taken place. Farther reports eay the wrecked train was a section of an excursion train returning from Hazleton. Nearly 6,000 Luzerne and Lackawanna people had feone there; no one knew just who had re turned. Gradually the atones took a terrible form. It leaked out that Superintendent Mitchell and others had gone down the road ion a special engine. A private telegram ar rived saying that an accident had occurred BtMudEun, one section of the excursion train running into another. Forty persons were reported kill...

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. — 27 October 1888

CK5k rft tplj? "-T&jfc ?l rJSY r3 immm . J Yearly Su-tosoription $S.OO TENTH YEAR. THL LAMES. A Budget of Interesting Talk Relating to the Tender Sex. SOME FEMININE CHARACTER ISTICS. Mailers Sober and Satirical, with a Spies of Humor, Prepared Specially for Our fair Readers. The Other Man's Day. Mr. Poster Is Miss De Broganvillo at home ? Servant-girl Is you Mr. Smith? Mr. F. No. I am Mr. Foster. Servant-girl '.Veil, she's not at home, sur; I was only to say she was at home to Mr. Smith. Jioston Budget. A Woman's Description of Herself. In tho memoirs of Prince Adam CzartoeyKki, just published, his wife, Princess Elizabeth, thus" describes her self: "I was necr handsome, hut I have often been pretty, and I have beautiful eyes, and as all my feelings are reflected in them the expression on my face is always interesting. My com plexion is vhite enough to be almost brilliant when I blu-h; a smooth fore head does not make my face ugly, and my nose completes the symmetry of my featur...

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. — 27 October 1888

-?Vw?i, F4&. - Wotoa $m WwM. - OFnCIAt PAPER OP TREGO CODHTY. W. 8. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, October 27, 1888. People's Caucus at Ogallah. The citizens of Adair and Ogallah prectacUxvho are to sympathy with the People's m ovement to Tre-nT county are inyited to meet at Ogallfh on Ttatafovenbr 1, 1588, at 1 p. M., to nominate aPeoplo'V township Uket to be yotedono By order ol Psorrx's Twp. Cos. Co. W. S. Tilton and others idM ad dress the citizens of Trego county at the follotcingplaces and times'. Tn Riverside Township, at John Allmans, Tuesday, Oct. SO, at 2:00 o'clock P. M. At Banner School House, Wednes day, October 31, at 2 P. Jf. Come out, everybody, and see the Wa-Keeney ringsters stripped of their walks! Whet, a week ago last Sunday, the bulk of the ring outfit put in the day hunting for words in Tilton's ColJjer speech which tasted bitter to them, they left out one word that occurred frequent ly. We refer to "applause." The termination of the longest contin uous session...

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. — 27 October 1888

fgWw&w- ?- eVV : -&- I& a" , fc: t-ri'?. & STATE NEWS. Atohison amatenr talent is play the "Mikado." going to .- An eleven-round prize fight was fought jn Wichita Monday. "Spectator" holds the 4Tyear-old reo ord for Kansas trotters, 2:28. . The Emporia canning factory put np 250,000 cans of tomatoes. i GamettV canned ontpnt was 200,000 cans of tomatoes and 150,000 cans of pom. j j The Fort Scott Monitor eays that the jporralation of that city has increased p,000 in the past year. j The charter for the Leavenworth and Platte county, Missouri,' Pontoon Bridge joompany has been filed. 1 The Kansas City (Kan.) Gazette says that the Missouri Pacific will erect re jpairing shops at that place. i Isaec Parker, a constable at Kansas jCity, Kan., shot .and killed Billy Wil liams over a dispute about 4 cents. Miss Ethel In galls, of Atchison, has ijbeen appointed a correspondent at Washington of the New Xbrk World. The Oiborne people lowered their itaxea by extending the city ...

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. — 27 October 1888

f&FH HE S w- J&J 9fle$tero wnm WjML OFFICIAL PAPER OF TEEGO COUIYY. W. 5. 77iT0Vf Editor. SATUEDA.T, October 27, 1888. BEPUBLICAXT TICKET, forPre-Ident, BENJAMIN HARRISON For Vice President LEVI P. MORTON rOB PBZSXDEKXIAX. ELECTORS: (John L. Waiter At Large Eugkne F. Wake Sixth District..., J. B. McGojhgal For Congressman, 6th District E. J. Tubseb REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor , Lyman IT. Humphrey For Lieutenant Governor A. J. Felt For Secretary of State Whxiam Hiogh.8 For Auditor.., Timothy McCarthy For State Treasurer James W. Hamilton- For Attorney General L. B. Kellogg For Associate Justice Supreme Court, W. A. Johnsov For Sup't Public Instruction. . .George W. Winans ForState Secator iOth Dist. Hill P. "Wilson PEOPLE'S COUNTY TICKET. . j?r Representative W. S. Tilton- N-r'or Probate Judge S. M. Hutzel For Clerk District Court Vf. E. Saum Tor County Attorney M. I). HomhTEn For Supt. Public Instruction., Frank Campbell For Commissioner 2d District D. P. Evebsole ...

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. — 27 October 1888

IspSfpPfwpi&s 577 - Ts -i v . s. ---iir-j . wS Me. SsSS. ,& !'-. GLORIOUS GLENCOB. The Bingsters Have a Flat Failure There. GiiEkcoe Tototshtp, October 20. To the Editor of the Westeex Kasbis Woiod, Dear Sir: The meeting passed off quietly last evening. Captain Hanna made a nice little talk. Hndson Harlan got up, claiming that he was going to refute the charges -which he is charged -with having made in Will cox township. I don't think he under stood his explanation himself. Several in the audience said they didn't know any more after the explanation than be fore. He wound up by saying that there was one charge that had no truth in it That was that Tilton had used the state money of the Forestry Station, virtually admitting all the others. Mr. Baker made a few remarks, when Mr. Kogers proposed three cheers for Captain Hanna, which the house failed to give. Metz said that meeting which wbb held in Shepard's office was a social meeting of friends. Shepard said last night that i...

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. — 27 October 1888

-&: rrs -5' "Tt, Wfppm vKfes- rsT-; V. A.fri.'A - M SSL ,v ; as." k &3$ "": W5 fe Uu Fulton, 111. 1f ft" IE V E ;r H F - w F N " "KEffS BREVITIES. Important News Items in Pithy Paragraphs. ' A case of glanders has been reported from ' Twenty-five cases of small-pox are re ported at Belleville, HI. Business failures for the week number 227, against 211 last week. A block of seven-story buUdintrs iras bnmed at Glasgow, causing a los3 of $&uu, 000. Hog cholera is making serious ravages in the stock of farmers in the vicinity of lama, Ohio. In the debate over a pension veto Senator Blair called the president "an infamous libeler." The Chicago car men's strike was settled Sunday, tho men returning to work Monday morning. Coffee advanced half cent in the New York market, influenced by continued higher prices abroad. Governor Foraker and ihe Garfield club of Colnmbu. O., called on General Harrison a few days ago. Dr. Mackenzie's book is being eeized in 3erm'iny. Forty thousand ...

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. — 27 October 1888

'-- "VfJfe -5" dVjjf3ri3i' trWM i1?? $&& PPPWsf r-sK t sSf: r2f -yi - j he !SflT b r( ? t"r tW aasEcgg'm mw TBEGO COUNTY TRACINGS, Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. COLLYEB CAWTNGS. COLI.YEB, Oct 24. Snow Sunday. Frosty morning. Pat up your stoves. Election will soon be here. The pay car went through Friday. There will be a dance inCollyer Nov. 5. Jessie York has returned to Wa-Keeney. Fred Cartwright was in Ellis last night on business. Edgar Fike is considerable better. He IB able to go about. jf. Uncle Ben Eichards attends to post- office duties this wees. Mrs. Morgan put homestead papers on her pre-emption Friday. Frank Fonts visited the Saline valley folks Friday and Saturday. Otis Kessler got tired of batching and moved back to his mother's. A number of the people about Collyer were caught in the rain Saturday. Mrs. D. M Brown and Happy Roberts reached their homes in Iowa safely. Bert McMillen contemplates a trip to iiis old home in Chicago Christmas. Bad ...

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. — 27 October 1888

F ..T'r ' SVfS --"r yy-- 'Z VH ?$$ Fx !?Jy -- -1 - &. Wsra-. & "- J, & 'U s :v w-C tfi J. a; SV -x ar "&.? WILL ADJOUBN SINE DIE Besolntion Pawed by the Senate Concurred in by the Hone to Adjourn Sine Die Saturday, October SO. Ike Senate Will 2fot Act on the Tariff Bill Until After the Election The Will j of the People Will Then ' be Knows.. ; Wabhtkgtoit, D. C, October 18. The 'conference report on the bill' for the allot ment of lands in severalty to the United Peorias and Miamis in the Indian Territory was presented and agreed to. Senator Gray, in the absence of the two Connecticut senator?, presented and read a memorial of 500 citizens of Connecticut, workingrnen, wage earners, manufacturers and farmers in favor of the Mills bill and the admission of raw materials, particularly wool, salt, lumber, tin plates, etc., free of 'duty, was laid on the table with the resolu tion for a recess from next Saturday io the 19th of November, and Senator Paddock moved to amend ...

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. — 3 November 1888

i &&? s?JTf ' .-KiSKh'V '" . ? N It? - i '-h. ? - m foW-lT SET- - '.& mwmwwsm K . ME:t& -."-"- "V . T- -V rt s r r - , Yearly Su-tosoription. $2.00 TENTH YEAR. THE CHILDREN. Funny Facts About a Cute Little Performing Monkey. EIS NAME WAS JOCKO. Harry's Visit to His Friend, and How He Deported Himself and Hade rr tends. Xcntnes of 2lonl:ey. "When 1 was at Yarmouth, that great fishing town on the southern coast of England, a few summers ago, I made the acquaintance of a monkey, which I shall not soon forget. He wasa delight ful little fellow though he belonged to an organ-grinder and earned his living by dancing and collecting jicnnies, and though he had only the common name of Jocko, -which is really no name at all. He wore a little jacket and skirt of scarlet cloth, -w ith lots of brass buttons upon it, and a i ed cap held by a strap under the chin, and whenever ho took off this cap, as he would always do most politely -whenever anything was given him, he showed a fu...

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. — 3 November 1888

a: - . " .r- - ,..,..--iv -"..rr- ?-fiii 1 v - . Lj .Aaca MM jMMp m iiiiaaa"- - . . t -jt - laaaaaaM"1 ' . I A wm -- MM1B a m i- V 7 BOLTING AS A PRINCIPLE. . AT BANNER. BIG TAX PATER. I I have cut iiowere for said at from Ck T T.TO v :r f$tm $m& SftteM. Icitnufc rim or teeso gouhtt: !5. rirotf, ftfrtor. Si.TUEDAT, NovEiUJER 3, 1888. Bbasd the bulldozers! ? Botjkce the boy cotters! ty 5t ,lSx-iiis is to have a creamery. Ct -1 Bcad the World line by line. .c ',' "$&. THEOwthe boodlers overboard! r,. SS . . J, $'- 17a have the right to express the belief if Jlhat a majority of the Republican voters rk! r P Trego county are reaay to case a yow 13 r--ia benalr or puncy in locai pouuua. xw :t . & aaioritv. then, -will vote the people s 1 11 i? .JLiCJMJIlUU AUCOUOJ ucvu. A TT?1-..A. llMAInn Tlorf" R"." NiSE out of every ten of you icnow tne r,- .& . - . osndidates on the People's xickoe or I Icnow of them. Denounce, then, every i" aiSdavit which may be sprung against any :...

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. — 3 November 1888

f'" &?- - ;""' "" '&"" -'- . rt-s5rji IT P ?K . STATE NEFS A $100,000 hotel is cloaad temporarily afcSalina. 'Madicated ucdorware" is a new take at Wellington. The nAw depot Et Leavenworth is to be opened November 1. A wolf hunt is contemplated bj the farmers near Atchison. The Peabody Gazette believes itcelf to be the last semi-weekly left alive iD Kansas. The Glen EHe' creamery and cha se factory has a capa ity of 25,000 pounds of milk per day. The psople of Stanton county indulg ed in a grand antelope chase on Oct. 19th. John D. Bennett, of Caba, Republic county, has challenged E?v. Dr. Fisher, or Marysvule, to discuss Mormonism. Ojborno Journal: The First National bank, of Cawkerhaa changed its name to the Cawker Oity State Bank, and starts with a paid up capital of 100,000. J. S. Donford, the celebrated Kansas bank robber, is now in jail in Cincinnati for robbing a bank in Indiana. Dan ford has robbed banfes all over the United States. Dr. O. K. "Wiles, of Winfield, 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. — 3 November 1888

lv m mkwwmmkMjmm m y $? ?1 S E im L 3 f " i t tynt '$ "A "" L1 ' CfV' t m- . mxii OFFICIAL PAPER OF TREGO COUITY. V. 5. rinw, cu,lu" SATUEDAT, NOVEMBER 3, 1888. BEPTTBLICAN TICKET. For Vice Present ..u.vj- -t- -" F0E nrnxDnrntt bm? WaixE71 AtlATge 7 EUGENE F. Wabe Sixth Distnct .... " Tor Congressman, Gth District. .E. J. TUBJfEB KUBLICANSTATETIC Tor Governor .- For Ueuten-mt Governor niGGis or 6?!Ur- " " .James W. If ashi-ton rorsiaio inwuiia. -- Kellogg For Attorney Gtn-ral. .-.- 5? ForAsialoJuticeSnpremeCourt,W.A.JonNov For Sup't Public Iustrnction ...Geoboe TV. Wisas.s ForlState Senator-iOth Dirt. mu. V. VTnxos PEOPLE'S COUNTY TICKET. xr Q Tiltov Tor RepreenWlve - HuT7EL For Probate Jm'ge ..... " ... - s ra For Clerk IM-trfct Court Vfi noumro For County Atlorrey cS For Pupt. Public Instruction. Fkank CAMratLL iZ. rnLrr,nTrr1d District P- EVEnsoLE Vote for Sanm. ,Yote for Hntzel. Vote for Eversole. Vote for Hollipter. Go to the polls early. Election next Tuesday. Vote for Frank 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. — 3 November 1888

'a. : -?'!? "-rr- iiJfr -" 4jC " Tw 7.JL ?.' r. yv-H i.VT '- v C- V5r 1 'Ai spyPSr hu ' THE EING CAMPAIGN. How the Preliminary Part of Was Waged. It No Quarter Conceded to Friend of Tilton's. Any THE HISTOBY OF THE CASE, And An Appeal to the People as to Which Side Is Wrong. In our speeches in this county, -when opportunity has occurred, we have shown np the spirit of political stinginess and unfairness which has characterized the action of the ring outfit in this county since early last spring until now. This period is fairly divisible into three epochs. . The object of this article is to demon strata that in neither of these epochs were the ringsters the men to concede to the Tilton- faction of the party even a single delegate to any convention or a candidate upon the Republican ticket. THE FIRST EPOCH. This was when the Republican began to crow for Captain Hanna; when Shepard, SB the reflection of his bosses, just knew that Tilton's friends were determined to defeat Nelson for 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. — 3 November 1888

S3w&V':'&2stKS -t - -.r w "rt. It IIS nr llSS fr m itj fei l- f I. hi 5? 'K- ffEWS BREVITIES. Important News Items in Pithy Paragraphs. New York has won tho world's champion- j snip. Tho president has approved the general deficiency bill. I The widow of General John A. Logan has sailed for Europe. J Tho resrion of congress just closed is the longest in cur national history. j Senator Fherman says he feels confident ' of General Harrison's election. Theirench chamber of depnties has con firmed the election of General Boulanger. Porty-six young girls renounced the 'world and entered a convent at Milwaukee, ("Wis. The "United States sppreme court has de clared the Iowa prohibition law oonstitu 'tional. The registry lists in Eeveral precincts in I Joliet, 111 , have been stolen by unknown persons. Twenty-one Mexicans, who recently ter rorized Bio Grande City, Texas, have been arrested. Spinal-meningelis 13 spreading to an alarming oitont among horses at Hew Bed ford, 'Mass. Misa...

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. — 3 November 1888

i ' -smeB!ismMtMmwfsii7ss!r -vvr?r T!BS!SBK8rw.EeH . Twpmm ,",!s?'i ,Sf ." &-. -m.-MJHJKAUWB.V3 m TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. collyee cawings. Collxeb, Oct. 3L Accidents. Dinner party. Election is near. - W. B. C. dance the 5th of November. J. L. Bundy was in Wa-Keeney Friday Mrs. B. G. Kessler was in Wa-Keeney Saturday. Jessie York was home Saturday, but returned Sunday. S. O. Bobb, of Ogallah, was a pleasant Saturday caller. We hear there will be a Bohemian wedding real soon. An express package seems to be the latest present, from appearances. Mrs. B. F. Bartlett was in Wa-Keeney Saturday on important business. Bert McMillen was in Wft-Keeney Thursday and in Qninter Friday, so he says; that's all we know. Mr. Frank Acre attended the teachers' examination at Wa-Keeney Saturday, re turning Sunday. Mrs. B. O.Kichards and granddaughter retnmed Sunday from Ellis, after a week's Tisit Mr. F. O. Swiggett went to Wa-Keeney this week to work in...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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