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

v - fps sW"s ."Si- L.-feS "' ' -.. v - -. r$- 3S?J lA :c 3 . ?- M t: -T.i fit 3 5 "ft? .is 6 0 0 s ' fe Cfl MIH H ll i M?fl REs Sll IA lv ?i BS 3. l k: -jt ftt KSv It-Si If 1 g vf-". &K feV- $M' L Wtffcro ?Satt$njsi 3KtoM. OFFICIAL PAPSS OF 7SEG0 COUNTY. W. S. TILTON, -' 'r. Saturday, December 15, 1888. And a patent has been granted in Eng land for the manufacture of vinegar from tomatoes. The Messenger opposes the making of the streets of Horace the dumping place for dirt from cellars and elsewhere. This is a good place to draw the line. The establishment of a creamery at Ness City, the News says, seems to be a certainty. Gradually the outside towns follow Wa-Keeney in making improve ments. Xt is easy to imagine that we hear old Mr. Montgomery, the new editor of the Hajs Sentinel, talking through its col umns. He talks pleasantly, and writes in the same manner. The wife of Hon. James H. Keeder, of Ellis county, died ,atj Hays City on Tues day. This is an event of peculiar sad n...

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 December 1888

pf 7$Pp -. Vs te ." V3 r i, AT DR MER'S An t P -v TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by tne "World's" Rustling Reporters. COLLYER CAWIN'GS. Coulter, Dec. 12. News is scarce this week. Christmas entertainment When will Coll er giro another dance? Mr. Frank Acre was a guest in Wa Keeney Saturday. There is talk ot having the entertain ment in the church. Miss Hannah Walsh is the guest of Mrs. Gubbins this week. Mr. Jim Walsh left Friday night for a few weeks' visit in Chicago. Bird McMillen will arrive in Collyer next Tuesday from Chicago. Eddie and Paul Phillips, of Wa-K.ee-ney, were in Collyer on Friday. G. W. Kesslers' entertained a few of their friends at dinner on Sunday. Mrs. Bristol arrived here Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. B. are living in the depo. Mr. Fred Cartwright visited D. M. Brown, of Wa-Kceney, Saturday night. Will Bowers is quite indisposed of late, and we would advise him to take a rest. Mr. Pilcher has been doing considera plastoring and kalsomining fn this vicin ity. M...

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 December 1888

JtWSisSl".'' K. Rffcf' RJC Tfy k"?- -L. r 3 'ni'. , oili .. .? - "? -1- ;v-' . ''-J.l.iSy-V "7.rV H ." ""I St a. ?K iMK'x XX '' .K . 0 . iS3 J& ri .j -i- :& w ff , : O .? r'JU J"J V L'r tu S3.? 2 The Western. World, WA-KEENEY, KANSAS.- The friends of the Oklahoma bill in con gress Tall endeavor to have it acted upon before the straggle on the direct tax bill opens. 1 A irost in Florida on the night of Novem ter 25, gives promise of stopping the yellow fever, and will caae taking the embargo off travel. Theontput of the Minneapolis, Minn., mills ir dnnr haa nnt vet decreased, al though ibe plan to make less flour is to carried out. There were no Dew cases death in Jacksonville, F1p auu u.tone ... at the ' ot ra- port. The work of loir by seventy-five men, .jgation wj begun Robert v , . 10, . . audi- -arnshac, aged lvras injured j-' a a. narrow escape - fr.om losing his eikile Btealing a rid'jinthe railroad 'VfeSds at Beatrice, Neh. There is amovewrenv in progress to per- feet...

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 December 1888

MRMUm Ajj-, f ;r?cwf3ps 7 - : a-j i i iaii jEinr 'jt,v4t- ; . F-fr zsr 3T7 '' T S.' - 5. - .-n"4" S; t r? Eh k PEOGEAM Of the W. E. C. Entertainment at Opera Hall Next Monday Night PART I. 1. Song QUARTETTE. 2. Eecltatlon.. Drummer oy of the Kappahannock rrca TJTTTTT WTT1TT. I? , 3. Introduction of Major Hendehot and Son J. WOED CABSOX. 4. Marching Through Georgia MAJOR HEXDEBSHOT AND SON. 5. Song. MBS. NELSON AND MISS HABBISON 6. General Logan's Favorite March MAJOR HENDERSHOT AND SON. 7. ScotchBallad MBS.M.P. HAXXA. 8. Imitation of an Engine on the U. P. Railroad Pulling the Old Soldiers to the National En campment at Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in 1889 the slipping of the drive wheels; the snorting of the locomotive going through the tunnel; the whistle for brakes, and the arrival at Marysville MAJOR HENDERSHOT. PART II. 1. Song QUARTETTE. 2. General Phil Sheridan's March MAJOR HENDERSHOT AND SON. 3. Recitation MRS. W. S. TILTON. 4. The Old Army Sick Call, "Come and Get Your Quinine" M...

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

KPffl .vX.5..sS ' " ''- ----,- - - -', .- .- -". L:TOA2V2..- S ..-. 'fS.,tJL .7:-?'--5r'W,S3 -3yTS,fnS5SP?l .."JW j, a t j. ; . - ." ? ff "Lt - - " "i-wO- '-.," -j -- --rw'w- - - Ni'iyrvi ji'-Ka'-vs."-; - v-. " . : - - TnFi.- -- wi-ir- -waff ' twp"" r -: -vavr -"rw UP si " ' - - 3; ShS5'i1 H. -,", ' ,. ri-fev 135 i& im I l& w sr 5 rs f;SM .?-'-' RT X i& t J 4? : -J & EMPEROK ALEXANDER pB3S DOMESTIC TJFE OF THE CZAR OF RUSSIA. jome False Imrresions Corrected Kot So Bad a Han as He Is Fainted Not a ' Coward, Rut Reckless-A Story Illus trating His Courage. BY WILIJA3I ELEBOT. C0KTIS. The readers of English newspapers, which publish the largest amount of information from Russia and the most unreliable, have been told again and again that the Czar is a grci coward, a drunkard, a man of unrov ernablo temper, a libertine, and combines all the faults and follies of his predecessors on the throne, many of whom were niost disreputable persons. Only the other day I caw an accou...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 22 December 1888

'" - H 1 Yearly Su-tosoription TENTH YEAR. THE GltAYKATUER. A tiny girl went Kinging Among the meudow llowers : Her father watched her, brin;" Her liuppy thoughtless houi Sho nmer saw his features, hlio noior know his face. Of nil unconscious creatures She hud the joy and grace. Years passed ' In r father brought her A jewel for her brow : Sho thought 'and whilo sho thought, her Graj father fiho saw now. But kIio was not $.0 mirthful That father now she know ; Of grit-f she found old earth full, And sho was older, too. Tho father of thr.t maiden, Ho is old Father Time, A parent heaiy laden Svith more of prose than rhyme. No inoro j on hear her laughter Tho flowering holds among; HerwordB foreier after Aro rather said than sung. JACK WHEELER, CRANK. BYLAMOU.U3. Tack Wheeler wis a crank. Of this there was no manner of doubt. All of the neighborhood said so. All the men avoided him; the ladies were patroniz ing, as if they felt their superiority to him with his impracticable schemes an...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 22 December 1888

-s r-4i V?t Ida sSsSSy&S? t.f& . 1. ri-t-r35i S& i-t-L. Zf I :t f lW Western $m$w WML OFFICIAL PAPES OF THSGO C0U5TY. w. S. TILTON, Ediior- Saturday, December 22, 1SS8. IMMIGRATION INDUCEMENTS. THE LOCATION OF TREGO COUXTY CONSIDERED. FIRST PAPER. This Paper is not directed to people who endorse, as a -whole, the views herain presented. Its object is to shake up the dry hones of home hunters who are too blind to see good points in any locality while it it is not turned topsy-turvy by a boom. As a link in the wonderful chain or American civilization, Trego county is to be settled thickly, and developed! into one of the most charming spots on the earth. Ac cessions to her population should be made without cessation. The electric light which beckons us for ward should dispel all darkness. The aim of this First Paper is to demontrate,'by geographical, ethno logical and commercial data, the correctness of our position. Geographically. Trego county is practicallv in latitude 3...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 22 December 1888

SS5S5P3r V"!- ; V S- .V.- gpspBP?? a? N Kiv rS. 53 3 ., $. s CAPITAL, BOXES. The Union stock yards shipped a car load of carriage hones to Chicago. The car was attached to a through passenger train. Oscar Swayzs has succeeded Will O. Baker as manager of the advertising de partment of the Chicago, Kansas & Ne .braeka. A council of neighboring Congrega tional churches hss been held to recog nize the new Congregational church which is being erected on Huntoon and Buchanan streets. A half real half sham prize fight oo curred by electric light at Oakland park ."the other night between Hightenerand MeOoy. They were both in jail soon after, failing to secure bond. Shawnee county is a judicial district by itself. It contains a population of. over 60,000. The present term or court has continued four months with not a single criminal case before it. The stone work for the Sixth street viaduct is progressing very rapidly and it will only be a question of a few weeks until the iron work of ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 22 December 1888

z &&- X& 8MSB5KB J-i. ?vc4 'X- E' 3ka i , - .;? ,.- . D 6 0 BA BBBB Jft IW fcrff- -?' SS& :v5. 0&r & -i" m- - M. j? l4 i,& ?& tI -3?,i ' 'JGrl -. - IBtetoi S&msM OPHCIAL PAPES OP TREGO COUHTY. '. S. TtLTON, itor. Saturday, December 22, 1888. Hoiuce expects a railroad roundhouse. F. B. Smith, of Rush Center, an nounces that bo will contest tbe election xf J. E. Andrews as representative from Ensli county. The ground is fraud at he election. A Leoti man named Davidson, vro see by the Champion, was seriously injured at Horace on Wednesday of last week by being thrown to the ground from a cart in which he was riding. A Swiss party was given the other day in Russell, it is ficcoid-eH. Wonder if tho name of this stvle of party springs from tho high, dry, petrified, cool-season-Alpine appearance of Russell! S. S. Colics, of Vernon county, Mo , died one day last week. lie desired to die For forty-two dajs he had refused, in spfoofhis phjsician's protests,...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 22 December 1888

V3..--M -.? tf&r cfer s cs&r - . AT DR BlRj'I I R HafsfsfX f BH"BL TfTaW1' r iS m iy i.js? . k. " 5 -fl PEOHXBITION COMMENT. W. H. Mahafio. Mr. Shepard is mistaken in his insinu ating remarks about niy life and early training. My parents are not Jews, nor "was I educated by a Jew or Jewish school, neither have I had any connection with the Jews, whatever. That cut of sar casm is entirely ont of order. Ho has attempted to produce "official returns" for 18S6-7. I have found sev eral of them as given by him to be in correct. Ho left out Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Maryland, Minne sota, Mississippi. Xevada, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Vir ginia, "West Virginia, and then under took to give the "official" falling off, etc. His argument is too lame to follow fur ther. His statement at first was, '-In no Northern State does the vote of that party in '88 appear to reach tho highest figure previously attained." In his sec ond article he says, "It will ...

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

mww-f T.-ar J.-f.TJ'iWS' trar3i?W ie-rJvsa -v -jr' $. T '- V ?. f$r- r ;" v S& r.3L K? R. kt W W &- The Western World WA-KEENEY, KANSAS. Te boilers of the state school for imbe fcile children at Win&eld, hare exploded. There is no lawful way to replace them until ft legUlative appropriation is made. The secretary of the treasary has awarded the contract for the erection and comple tion of the public building at Wiehita,K, to E. N. Jobst of Chicago, at $125,581. A test case has been made and suit brought by one of the evicted settlers in Iowa, for the value of the improvements he had made on the land from -which he had been driven. The Everett block in Boston is borne It contained, in the city hall, many relics and paintings. A Grand Army fair was in pro trre83 and 2,000 relics were gathered there which were all burned. TV. F. Hicks, of the banking house of Hicks, Gephart & Co., Valley Falls, Kan., died from an over doze of morphine. The Colorado Midland is making rap...

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 December 1888

-..- " v , 3jTv - - ' ! 5k 11 IV aftV fc a- L-tf -3 -' $ TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters COLLYEE CAWHTGS. Collyeb, Dec. 19. Funeral. Frank Fonts called in Collyer Monday. Otis Kessler visited Buffalo Park last Saturday. Cards are out announcing a ball to be given at Ellis the 27 inst. Anra Fike visited Jessie Greenfield, of Buffalo, from Saturday 'till Monday. The G. A. B- men are plastering the eall kitchen. They expect to finish it to-day. J. C. Martin returned Tuesday from Topeka, where he had been for the past two months. Bert McMillen returned Tuesday from Chicago, where he had been visiting" for the past month. D. M. Brown passed through Collyer Sunday evening. He had been up at Hugo, Colo., and was on his way to Wa Keeney. Mr. Ebeling had the misfortune to lose two horses last week. One was killed on the barb-wire fence, and the other on a picket rope. Will Bower went up to Oakley Sunday morning. He returned Tuesday, feeling much improved ...

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. — 22 December 1888

pp-ffT ww STsTSfc tsStte - " 8 Uy lis.- l 4r fv '&. tAc v ;- in: 1 tc i L'i KyCjA' rt :-". i VS- Sfcrf'. S.K FABHEB JOHN'S SOLILOftTIY. Iiuit as -well aaknowloJgo, 'taint no use o' beatin' round, . , ,. I've dona a heap o' thinkin', p'cnrin up tan lauor ground, ... An suthin's been a painin! an' achin' mo n6 sin , ,, Ireckoned'twaadysDepayormalarycreepin in. At last I got my dandornp. an to myself, aoz I. The biggest fool In natur'a him that tells russeir alio; . . at'vobcen lettin' on 'tis malary, en mystnm- mick, when I know , It's my conscienco that's a hurtJi an worryin nioEO. I've bosn a shirkin' this hare thing for thirty year or more, . , An'Iortohadthisshakin'Tip an settin down fcr?. I've been honeet, fnr as payin' goes, not a penny do I owe, . ., , , , But the linii o choatin' that I dona wa3 thokind that didn't bhoir. My mind goes bask to Hanner, -when I fetched Ler here a bndo No applo bloom -was sweeter, an "he nnselea to my side , , , tike sho thought she had a righ...

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. — 29 December 1888

m- rj -- iSJ L ? m i , C ' " Yearly Subscription $2,00 TENTH YEAE. TO A YOUTIII'UI. POET. BY J. T. TIIOWBHIDOE. Wonld yon maVo tho song? of a people? TheiTgne to tlio dreams of joutb, "With tho form of uit, which is beuuty, The soul of art, w Inch is truth. Fuseil in tho fires of passion. In tlio feror of fancy wrought, In reason' ice-brook tompor The lluming s.ord of jour thought. Eeize traits of the living and human, No copv of copy and cast ! Nor swaddle tho thought of tho Present, In languugo and lore of tho Past. Pind lovo in hoart3 that are Highest, Contentment in common things. And give to the cieeping moment Ihe lightness and splendor of wings. Abovo tho roofs of tlio lowly, Lot Poesy ho r and glance, And sot by tho humblest highway Tho fingci-post of Komunco. Strong with tho wisdom that counsels, And glad with the faith that consoles, To guide men otr upward To higher and nobler goals. To cheer w ith chants of tho morning. Or soothe w ith songs in tho ui,jht, So Ino a b( gu...

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 December 1888

jstwgpg KTTffiR v.,.. IW-s: Si safer- ? - 2-r, S, $ ,-v ,&- N 'ti" X r ?"-V- VcaEi v-sC - -, vsfT-S , i .r- m. -. "-, X W U ?&. '2ZF- Wtarc TOH2 toHL official papes op thego cousty. tf. 5. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, December 29, 1SSS. It's going to be desperately dail np in Bawlins county when Jim (treason, with his Atwood Citizen, stops slaughtering Cy. Annderson, Hondricfes and the other objects of h;s Triphtful frnvns.x A -t GAR FLANT. Mr. E. D. Wheeler offers some suggestions in this World concern ing the establishment of a sugar manufacturing plant at Wa-Keeney. It is advisable for our people to attend the meeting -which he calls. It is plain to the World that the way to get a sugar plant is to con vince cupit ilists that it will pay. LET'S HAVE PEACE. The ring organ disputes at the beckon of its bosses, of course our statement that Captain Hanna did not receive more Hipublicaa votes than we did at the late election. Well, we prefer not to haggle over a point in winch we...

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. — 29 December 1888

m " Vtv m&. "?- Biriiw ? i- r $&&. .-? "V1 - HUPPffP 5.1- ra He Si- Iv Cv", &?- STATE NEWS. .- A Junction City dispatoh relates the !oh of cattle by what is trappoeed to be the Texas fever. Alia Crowe dispatoh: F. B. Smith, - of Bush Center, announces that he will contest the seat of Hon. J. E. Andrews for member of the legislature from this county. Wellington Standard: A sew railroad is talked about between Wellington and 'Arkansas City, by the way of Geuda (springs. By the way one Is compelled Jto travel nowadays it takes a day to -reach Arkansas City from here, and this road would be a great convenience. A Kinsley dispatch: A company haa been organized to work the Bait and coal interests cf this section. Geologic in vestigations have demonstrated beyond all doubt that Edwards county is rich in both salt and coal. Word has come from Boston that Kinsley will be made the end of a division of the Santa Fe road in the early spring. Liberal Chronicle of middle of De cem...

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

&$&? ; JSS.) - 9 v ?0 1' 5i?V H ' t i &'. E f r f5SV ft. J 11 It? '5 -" ' - t .- s; 4 r J3 ." &: i r U. '- 'tvn 8w WM. OFFICIAL PAPER OF-TELGO COUSTY. W. S. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, December 29, 1888. Couoty Attobnet Cuetis, of Shawnee county, the Capital claims, wants the legislature to pass a law preventing the mortgaging of household goods without the wife's consent He says if this law now prevailed many families would be kept from suffering this winter. The suggestion is based, upon humane grounds. Such a law should be enacted. Sausa has a morning paper. It was born a week ago la?t Tnesday. Its name ' is h'alina Daily Republican. J. L. Brady is its publisher. Of course, we -wish the licpublkan success. Any business man who can not afford to plant at least a small card in a daily paper ought to net out. If each business man m banna will do his duty by the Republican, it will be a thing of growing beauty and a joy except the Mondays when it is not issued. LEAliX A...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 29 December 1888

S? - v-Yr,,--7' ,ir' eV j -S?3 "fT-. C As-s if 5 -tjs .- , ' - -.sSC ,T.i'--VET;rt2c. ?r. :v'V;l-i. A-5.W ,1 l V K "??rg5 v iw:? SKsawf .Tji- '.-j--- W :"- -i 1fc-i" "" r s c &k. ceSi ' .-A jT 5" v- -- Lf t s-K gf tea B : " , ??? & m- $U KJEr' ?- .5- js V- nA 'Is, -A.V I,v NE. LSn c CrBBBier Boy of the Rappafcai ,-. lock. "Written by Fred Kmerson Brooks, SanFraaciMO, ''May, 1687, upon Information given by Gen. O. O. Howard, TJ. 8. A-, and recited by Mis3 Ruth Welch tt Wa-Keeney, Monday evening, Dec 17,1888. 'Twos n question it the nation should each tender youth employ As Eobert Henry Hendershot, the little drummer boy; A pnxLgy at dramming being only twelve years olc And a prodigy of valor if yon hear his story told. It Fredericksburg's great battle 2be soldiers heard the rattle Of his drum! There stood Burnside with bisarmy in tho soft Ue- ccmber tnnd, "With the Rappahannock rolling like a war-dividing Q flood; While the batteries of Robert Lee that crowned the farther rid...

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

Ssgga yiuini jhwji asVsiaEff?f . , s- ?'pasi2i3sen3 wa? JJ , $&?S "? -?-. 1 r 'J&? Htg - C rw .. - 'i. EfeSv rc tv t ?N . .& -j. The Western World WA-KEENEY, KANSAS. An attempt has been madeNto blow to the office of the commissary.of police in Paris with a dynamite bomb. Nobody" was in jured. George Bas sett and Eon and E. E. Hug gins, of Bedford, la., are reported to be in the Texas penitentiary for stealing a hero of ponies. Springer stated in the house that the com mittee on territories had unanimously de cided not to call up the territorial bill until January 15. Rumors are revived that Jay Gould is about purchasing the Santa Fe's Chicago line, it is said he wants it as a Chicago outlet for the Missouri Pacific. A sleeping careaught fire on the Illinois Central road, near Kankakee. The nine passengers were hustled into another car and the burning car aeiugea wuu water. kttnmnv Clenpml Baker, of Iowa, has 6tt tered t Davenport twenty-four suite against the Chicago, Ko...

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

Ju-v' 'Qlr'-i "3553 ,i 5? if ffSTU--i--i ;--rv- .:?. g &: .v - ' y- !--T -z. ..i ; -s .. -A"'-'Sfe ?-, , -a-: K$' -y-,isi-,S -.. -.. sJ& -tk r - . r Vc ,C"rt?r,s'- rTp.- ""V1 i-r s&v ".". jy- htij; i- , . -u. - . j- jw -? Vk. i, v- - jvt v ! .K-y t zzr i . i i . 3 ."''Si ' t S. !' " " J' C r- WB U? .. TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Ssrvid up by tne "World's" Rustling Reporters? COLLYER C A WINGS. Colltke, Dee. 26. Aaotlier ball. t "Christmas over. Qaiet holidays here. Ihe entertainment was a success. Mr. Frank Acre was in WacKeeney Monday. lilr. Wolf was in Wa-Kecney Monday on business. The school children are having a two weeks' vacation. The W. K. 0. ladies'will give a bal New Year's eve. The young folks enjoyed a little dance after the entertainment. Will Bower is feeling considerably better and is on duty again. Fred Cartwright wenfc to Ellis last night for a few days' visit. Mrs. Bartlett and daughter were in Wa-Keeney Friday on business. Little Charley Hickman is considera...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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