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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 3 November 1888

" 'S"9SK5fttl3' JMs rfBSiSRI!J(5BBBa9BffE?SBp. y- . -- vjjir' ?s irifjfrc;; tr ' ' vv35rw.T-j?)c.r- v '- i" ?ir"Jir-?i-i f a- - - - jr & - - v -4 K " j; ?'- I Hi ii I'l i IBB III III I HP BHlslaalallMBalalllllllllllllllllMBallllllllllllM 'i'iWKr'ti, . ---.-- . T j- " 'x - iwv'sxrwanw t. T - -&rzsmsraBi. a wmsum i ni iw ip eanaenaaeanaawBaenai if X& .? ras r if -tfVr i &f s " .rs"' -ft .F. 5f J "r-1. jAvl s.. -. iVV r -, k' i.- SIMPLY IKEAMOUS. Geveraor Martin's Opinion of the TJoea meat Recently Ianed by tbo Dem ocratic 8tate Central i.ommIt. teeacd It Hflfecta. An Attempt to rcetroythe Credit of tlio btate I the Actof an Eemy, acd Is Mean, Malicious and Deceptive Governor Martin, after careful examin3 lion of the document recently issued by the state democratic central committer pur porting to give "farm, city, town and indi vidual mortgage indebtedness," the "muni cipal bonded indebtness. except school," and the "assessed value of the real estate of Kansas for 1SS3...

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. — 10 November 1888

m -r -. 3i r Sv ? i !&rv u v 1 V ' '-'&? Yearly Su.toscript.ion $S.OO TENTH YEAR. A CHAPTER OX EA11S. People Who Were Punished Long Ago by Having Their Hearers Removal. Any mutilation of the car -which in volved the loss of a portion or all of it lias always been a mark of disgrace. In one of Hie statutes of Edw ard VX the penalty nfiixed for its violation is the "loss of an ear and perpetual infamy." In those days the celluloid ear had not been invented and the loss of one of these members "was a public badge of shame for life. Following the retributive law of Moses, probably the punishment origi nated in the ecclesiastical courts. It is first mentioned in the trials of offenses against the church, and some of the ear less clericals Arere noted men. The sentence to the pillory frequently had the additional punishment of the loss of one or both ears added. Daniel Fooe or Foe, later in life known as Daniel Defoe, -wrote a pamphlet called "The Shortest "Way with the Dissenters...

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. — 10 November 1888

i-, ri.Jfri.K'e' ZZsg?rrr323&S L4 "V. 'JL'SteJV " f -v TSrgQ Nfe-M fei I ks K h m IX: t PBfetem Ite&js forML S OFFICIAL PAPES OF TSESO COUNTY. W. S. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, November 10, 188S. gx Rogek Q. Mn.xi, of Texas, is re-elected; 4hut to his tariff-reform bill, pood-bye! ' 5- A oT.TRTTvr tmlitieian estimates that ? alf a ruillion dollars changed hands in Kansas City on the result of the presiden- j&i uai election. & -- V When the Republican, in its extra the other day, placed a "D" pnst Tilton's ffname, what do yon pappose it meant? If Iv" it meant "Darkey," wo can stand it! The "World, it will be remembered, was the only Kansas newspaper which, prior to the action of the Chicago con vention, urged the nomination of General Harrison. Otm fight upon Captain Hanna, as far bs we know, is at an end. We shall vatch, however, with considerable inter est, his fight in the house the coming winter for the reduction of the rate of in terest to six per cent, per year, a...

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. — 10 November 1888

Vr.k1 l-ZJT-a;- "a-i.vr: , ' K " :--Vp., ? 4& .-V' X.OO CABIN LOGIC. Brawn and Brain! The powerful engine, with its wonder ful propelling power, coupled to the long train, full freighted with the xioh eet fabrics of the intellectual looms of the centuries what obstacles can etay the progress of this mighty force, when once under full eteam along life's path way? The American with brawn and brain does sot Bee the necessity for titles of nobility. doe3 not Care for elevation by descent, ho can reach out and pluck the stars. Bat with brawn or brain impaired, a man is badly handicapped in the mad race for euccses which is the marked characteristic of the present age. The physical system i3 a most intri cate piece of machinery. It ought to be kept well regulated, so that it will work harmoniously in all its parts, then it ;s capable of on immense amount of work. It is said that a watch, if expected to keep perfect time, must be wound daily. It will not keep good time unless "it 'runs...

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. — 10 November 1888

-; sS5..l. sr V "f; -svk -"- JaV jj? S" f . xr? s. i - i f X FFICZAL PAPER OP TBEfiO COUSTY. W. S. TILTON, Editor. Saturday,' November 10, 1888. A man without enemies is of little value, says a Bonmanian proverb. When you take the population into account, Kansas is tie great Eepublican commonwealth. Those mortgage circulars of Democrat ic Chairman Galloway certainly made no votes for John Martin. The tarifr was the great question upon which the people of the nation passed judgment on last Tuesday. They decided that a protective tantt was goou euuugu for them. Geo. McOkeaby, of Lowell, Kansas, writing under date of November 1, to the Kansas City Journal, says: "My cow gave birth to a calf this morning that had two natural, well developed heads, per fect in every respect; four eyes, four nos trils, two tongnes, two mouths, two sets of jaw teeth, snoks two teats at one time. When dropped it weighed fifty pounds; length, fifty-four inches, and height, thirty-one inches, and is in perfec...

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. — 10 November 1888

tyw!3Br' B53"5fWiSCTWHWgFjrT js z?, wT",Y Yrl a-Vsfr.wi -. ., ?Piijp jKJli1cerr' ?V T fe TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. COLLYER CAWENGS. 4 CoMiYEB, Nov. 7. Cold to-day. Election over. 'Twas a fine day for it. Great excitement Tuesday. Whisky and cigars were plentiful. The dance "was a success; 32 numbers Bold. Three more weeks of school in this term. Dick "Miles, of Buffalo, was down to the party. Catholic services were well attended Sunday. Saline valley folks turned out well to fhe party. T. W. Bundy made Ness City a visit last Saturday. Mr. Heckman and Miss Greenfield at tended the ball. More excitement this fall over politics than ever before. Buy a ticket at Fisher's and get a chance at the gold watch. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Sperry were the guests of T. K. Phillips Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Siebert spent Monday night and Tuesday at Colljer. Temp. Smith came up from "Wa-Keeney Monday night and remained over election. T. L. Pike attended the D...

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. — 10 November 1888

-l '-r"V.. lWspp mSWS ?j?tegsvr$i.B3!; kt.jh; ri.VS'--f.-3' - -v-v-v SCVV tf3W it VirS&SS- .' "e. K ttvto5$&QSKi&52 i 3 E5 ft t te SB c$- f1 5$ ?? HEWS BREVITIES. Important News Items in Pithy Paragraphs. New York has won the world's ehampion Bhip. The president has approTed the general deficiency bill. The session of congress just closed is the longest in cur national history. Off Milwaukee, three men were killed and Beveral more eerionalx injured. There -were three new cases of yellow fever at Decatur, Ala., and one death. The French chamber of deputies has con firmed the election of General Boulanger. It has been ruled that the land league books must be produced in the Parnell case. The United States supreme court has de clared the Iowa prohibition law constitu tional. The British foreign office has heard noth ing of the reported massacre of the Stanley expedition. The yellow fever situation in Florida is still distressing. Further appeals are being made for aid. Miss...

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. — 10 November 1888

SSSSKIHI "- J V5?j-4a3C4EgWg3! -'JFgaS i.SXSSf'-'t' t- f, ca A r" ,fci k jJJ C,:; SOT LKTLZ 2. Eoirf mi tne s!:;htst word or deed, Zct i!eeui it . x of poorer : IctreViruIt iu uih -.vinJ-waftcd tead Waiting Lia natal bear. I vhfcpcrui'? irord nar tench the fccsrt, And cull it buck lo lift-: A. lock of 1 e lun tJn 1 part, And 2till unlio'y eIiuc Ko act falls fmHlcw, none on tell ilftw -i a-t tW j-ovc 'nay I-". Ko- wh-it r-ul p enfolded ducll YTTk rail deTs5r cot: fvc thr mile, U"r csrc Uov pan!! it be : Gn-1 1 :th a'l i.'iat rerve thee riht, lie Loly, tri-e, and fee rr H h LOVERS' LEAP. IX ibe tine Trrcn trac love was In f nsbiou, In the days of chivalry, Lncy Itatbdovn and her father inbf-bited an old castle bitnated near the banks of the Dargle in the county of 'tVicklow. Lucy having lost her mother when quite a child, had neither experienced the happiness of knowing, nor the pain of lamenting her. Lively and cheerful, the young heiress did as youth usually doe3, the allowed her da...

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. — 10 November 1888

wG$smz&&&3&E&TEsmGmmmmmmMmm t - j v v&ttswrwnr wsm-mwmmm 'Irhi. m. : '"" l 13 F Iif fe M. f-- : .- STANLEY HEARD FKOM. The First Sellable 2ev From Stanley "Within Two Tear A Detach- inent of Bis Met IVltU inlSST. The Expedition Has Met With Much Suf fering and Great J-om of Life From AttacVs by Hostile Tribes 1'rc-sinff Onward. Zanzibar, November & Courier;? from Tabora, bringing direct news from tho Stan ley oipodilion, a portion of which -was met at the end of November, 1SS7, by Arabs trading between Lakes Victor and Nyanza, and Nzige and Tabora. These Arabs met Stan'ey's rear guard at a point west of Al bert Nyanza, southeast of Sanga, just as the expedition waB preparing to cross the swamp3 crossed by the raJiation of the Btreams that abound in that country. The Arabs did not see Stanley. The detachment seen consisted of thirty men. They stated that Stanley wa3 two days ahead. The expedition had suffered greatly on the march through a thick forest, wh...

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. — 17 November 1888

FS " R l ? i r$ u fr B4 iwaiis.y:ass: i t v-...jw--3- . --x : . .ti" "yearly Subscription 42,00 TENTH YEAR. THE LADIES. A Highly Seasoned Pot-Pourri, Dished Up Especially for the Tender Sex. FAIR WOMEN AND THEIR WAYS. A Bit of Nmsense, a Little Humor, and Seme Solid Chunks of Useful Infoimation. Tlif Incorrigible Brother. Simkins Arc you fond of cabbage, Miss Lovelace ? Miss L. All, indeed, I Johnny (her little brother) Of course she is. Papa says she ought to be fond of cabbage and greens as long as she keeps company to match. Areola Rec ord. Why .She Was Discharged. Wife I may call in at your office to day, John; I am going down town. Husband I shall be glad to see you, my dear. But what are you going down town for? W. To hire a servant girl. H. Why, do yon want another girl? W. Xo, but I have discharged Mary. H. Discharged Mary! what for? W. I caught her hissing a photo graph of yours this morning. H. Kissing my photograph. Good, Heavens, and I not to know it! Boston Courier. Jor...

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. — 17 November 1888

prjiiis i-" :J$ r- - V 7. rr ?& sa U. rSEs.- 'Bf i? ?- V & & ll Wirtm Saww WML OFFICIAL PAPER OF TBEGO COUITY. W. S. T1LT0N, Editor. Saturday, November 17, 1888. The condition of Mrs. Jay Gould is improving materially. We look to see oar Congressman Tur ner assigned high up on the public lands committee. The president and Mre. Cleveland are eaid to possess upwards of half a million dollars of this world's wealth. In tones laden with fiery hail, the Kan sas City T lays Cleveland's defeat at the door of Henry Watterson. THE CapilaUCommonvcaltk is booming Thomas Eyan, of Kansas, for speaker of the national house of representatives. W. W. Beios's son, Freddie, we see by the Hays Fiee Press, had a leg broken last week by getting it into the wheel of a moving wagon. Fbiend Eoyce brought out last week's Smith Center Bulletin in red ink, as an expression of his hilarity over the way the election went. "Logan county has been having her prisoners kept in the Ellis county jail. Her...

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. — 17 November 1888

tBBmsaaeSPi?Sf!3!SPElS3Sf c - -M&43?2.jr rZ-& ' J-" r; - " : - spWfovE. vw v -?-l, in -rfsw-..-?--. szr.- xi - r --i ' 5 v .' ' " - " . JTl ' ' t&t: '3 . 5 ca r J M y t ,ps ? & DIGXITF. BY THOS. r. CEASE. HE digni fied individ ual who is ashamed to be caught in the act of smiling i s not neces sarily a more important personage than the one who is al ways on the lookout for a chance to smile. Dig nity is often assumed by people of very ordinary intelligence, -who are continu ally laboring under the delusion that they are exceptionally cute or knowing. Individuals of the ape tribe have a nat ural tendency to assume a wise and dignified expression of countenance. I can only account for this tendency to wear a dignified look by the fact that a .monkey's mind has never been able to 'grasp or comprehend the witty or hu morous side of life. The most palpable or transparent humor, so to speak, is too deep for their comprehension, bo, .not being used to the habit of jsmiling,...

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. — 17 November 1888

fPTPF SAN - J i :, 4. " - Sf'W r-.. flMw. & riroiv. ttS t&l BJU.W niMMU . tr5 & tmCIAIi PAPER OF TSE80 COUHTT. . - Editor. W ? Satttedat, November 17, 1888. feS JJefeat should be taken calmly. &i y& Booteeggebs are bothering Norton. TiiEl?icodemns Cyclone has ceased its jfS i' jrtormy career. -District conrt will convene at Mill- ft brook on Monday next. gt "Get in shape for lsyv is insiurmu.. S-"1 ihe new democratic war wnoop. MoKinley, of Onio, is pnuwp"; talked of for speaker of tho national house. V'4. K- Aottt two inches of snow, the Messen ger tells, fell at Horace on Tuesday of last week. HoiiLOWEVE night was entirely for gotten by the youth of Norton, the Courier thinks. Tbibtjke claims to have been elected county seat of Greeley county on Tues day of last week. The president has named Thursday, the 29 day of the present month, as Thanksgiving day. Cook, Bepublican candidate for rep resentative in Gove county, was defeated by J. W. Campbell, Democrat. It ...

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. — 17 November 1888

1 I V -! jffveC - A ! IV!' fit If . "f :-K r Ti& JTt ' DISTRICT COURT. How It Was Conducted Last "Week at Russell Springs. Enssell Springs Republican, Nov. 8. For "ways that are peculiar" commend us to the present session of conrL It may be a pleasant pastime for the judge of this district to call a session of court, rush through the calender in a hap hazard manner, and thus pile up the costs on the county, but it is the kind of pastime that the people cannot see any fun in. As one who is in attendance sajs, "I don't know what it is, but there is certainly something wrong with this session of the court" The judge seems to be in a terrible hurry to adjourn court and get away. So great is the hurry that a long list of cases are being dis posed of recklessly, and the probabilities are that it will adjourn to-morrow. "Were we to give space to the expressions of disgust and disapproval of this court that we have heard they would take up a column of this paper. You Have Hit It, Brothe...

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. — 17 November 1888

&sigswre3sam :&rl I r -js: "-?'3?-j5$i . " i'S3 ;to?r5 'it W WCSiv??-, l A 1"? 'i.fx. 2 "a;- rj m&&r ri- IS tet T&-. A AGAINST THE SALOON. MUsoari Democrats to Pusb. Prohi bition In Kevongo for the Ac tion of the Saloon Kecpcra. v fjgkmy Kalfc Francis In-'t. touts and Else where It is Believed Xliat iuey Will Wla Missouri 3Iay Have Prohibition. m. kp gi. XoTjis.November 12. A political reyo- IvClaKnTi in Miaennri la nmoncr the Probabili- 3T fo?ifcfl in the next six months. The leaders of itae democratic party in the state hare been i l:' xrl il,. r.-n that. TinpH the i ,a- BTeSlgmlu-j mo wcj mc. fi&uarty in St. Louis Tuesday, and have f reached the conclusion that the saloon ele- k meat knifed Mayor Francis and the entire Slaca! ticket. As the democrats have twice - saved the saloon and brewing interests oi the state from the wrath of the rural dry , democrats and republicans the knif ingTues- day is put down as the basest treachery. The sentiment of the domi...

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. — 17 November 1888

TfTZiJ W" !&." ,rriie viTissiF5ij ' f "5? - -,FJ-fri at: -j-.1- i stf 3 i' .' ' - '"V" jr 0 TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the "World's"' Rustling Reporters. COLLYEB CAWI1TGS. CoiiiiTEB, Nov. 14. Misty. New agent. Dance Not. 28. Departures and parties. Thanksgiving services Not. 29. Cattle buyers in town to-day. Will Bower took in Oakley on Sunday. Fred. Goodwin was at home on Satur day and Sunday. Mr. Charley Adams is expected home soon. T. K. Phillips moved his household goods and family to Wa-Keeney on Sat urday. Messrs. Brown and Dukes are the guests of Bert McMillan, of the Saline valley, to-day. Temp Smith came up from Wa-Keeney to the party Monday evening, and went on to his claim, south of Quinter. The Misses Lahman, of Quinter, and Jessie York and Eda Escher, of Wa-Keeney, were the guests of Mrs. B. G. Kes sler Mouday evening. Two large wolves wore caught on the Saline laBt Saturday by some of our town bojs and their dogs. We judge the dogs caught the wolves. Mr. B...

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. — 17 November 1888

Wi&AirmPi$p: VTSS&S&V y, ." ''.SXCiW; ..jF ?1k -- 4-T- if fe f & m i? x - - r&t ME. LOWELLS DEW POEM. My day began not till the twilight fell, And, lo, in ether from heaven's sweetest well, The New Moon swam divinoly Isolate Jn maiden silence, she that makes my fate Haply not knowing it, or only so As I tho secrets of my sheep may know; .2for ask I moro, entirely blest if she, In letting me adore, ennoblo mo To height of tv hat the gods meant maJcing man As only she and her best b:auty ccn. 3Iino be the love that in itself can find Seed of white thoughts, the lilies of the mind, Seod of that glad surrender of the will ,That finds la service) telf s true purpose still ; Xoto that in outward fairness sees tho tent Pitched for an inmate far more excellent ; love with a light irradiate to tho core, Xlt at her lamp, but fod from inborn store Xove thrice-requited with the single joy Of an immaculate vision nauslit could coy, Dearer because, so high beyond my scope, Jfy...

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. — 24 November 1888

( frnwmmmm TiMX "3"Teaily SiaTDScription $2.00 TENTH YEAR. MOSS. BT EDGAR FAWCETT. fitrango tnpestiy, bj Nature spun On viuwloss looms, nloof from sun. And Bjiroad through lonely nooks ami grots Where shadows reign, end letXytest 0 moss, of all j our dw elllng spots. In which one are jou lorelie3S? la it -when nenr grim roots that coil ThUr hanky black through humid soil? Or -when jou -wrap, m woodland glooms. The great prone pino trunks, rotted red? Or when you dim, on pombtr tomba, The Tequiescats" of tho uead.' Or is it when your lot is Cfljst In homo qunint garden of the pit. On somo gray, crumbled btibin'n briisi, With conches that mildewed tritous blow "While jondcr, through tho ponl.irs prim Looms up the turrentcd chutoau? Kay, loielicat aro you when timo weaves Your emornld films on low, dark eaes, Aboio whcr pink porch rosos iecr, And woodbines broak in fragrant foam, And children laugh and 3 ou can hear Tho beatings of the heart of home. THE OKLAHOMA BELLE. The Story of nn...

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. — 24 November 1888

r-r ?? SV-" M . f-J 335 s? fSkc 15 i"' w ', K C a' & &- 7 5f"l 8rtju- $: V M i , W :Wtam &&$ SKta&L drHCIAL PAPER OP TSEGO COUSTY. t tf. 5. TILTON,' for. :ffr "3f- : SATURDAY, NoVEitBER 24, 1888. k. HAIiP-SIZS PAPEB. TAe Would is only one-half the usual size this week. A death in the family of the editor and serious sickness in the family of the foreman are deemed justifiable causes for what ordinarily ice ask no subscriber to excuse. Thb peanut still forges to the front as B desirable western Kansns crop. The Keid Iiepufilipqn, J. M. Hawkins's paper, has been moved to Tribune, Gree ley county. The Dighton Prospecting and Mining Company is a newly-chartered institution. Capital stock. $5,000. Kansas is the second Republican state in the Unio;i Xaiton Conicr. Guess not. She's the first, in't she? It is Hciald-eH with joy that one of Scotfc City's saucy street urchins received a deserved trouncing the other day. The presentation of a cane signifies that the recipie...

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. — 24 November 1888

i-St .'iV-''-i!"0' r -S. - T. i - , - ,tv 'rs "" i X . w. E 35 -I J. W. Kerns, of Oakley, was in town Tuesday evening. A. C. Prick returned from Illinois Wednesday evening. Mrs. R. G. Kessler, of Collyer, was in town on Thursday. Judge 06born is holding court in Bush county this week. Mrs. N. B. Miller and family Jhave gone to Qninterto reside. Mrs. Geo. L Yerbeck has been seri ously ill for several days. Mrs. Beattie will move into the Hiddleson house on Monday. E. L. Gay, of Lane county, was in town the fore part of the week. Joseph Escher is back from Nebras ka, where he ha3 been for several weeks. Ben Boyd had so far recovered from his sickness as to bo on the street Thurs day. O. L. Cain went to Kansas City Mon day night, and returned Wednesday evening. Oscar Inprem, of Hugo, Col., wa3 in town this week, visiting his sistsr, Mrs. J. N. Barrett Bert Barrett left last Saturday for .Mound City, Mo. He has a situation in a tailor shop at that place. The TJ. P. pay car made its mont...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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