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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 19 January 1889

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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. — 19 January 1889

Si .JSS&.s '""'- f & 'iFjr" si 't' &- I !- V M- I K R?f L .VSg IF?-'' LS l& L?v E53S tv- . 'i ? "3S& '-iw S ia 'ir -- & wrfS ' . , ........ r-nrtriiirtninMi wmrir' J -- YEAELY BEPOBT mr s pT the M. E., Sunday Sehoolfor Year 1888. Number of officers in school 5. Average attendance of officers 3.7. .Number ot -teachers in school 10. Average attendance of teachers 7.8. Number of scholars enrolled 200. Average attendance of scholars 59.6. Number of visitors during the year 85. Amount of collections for year 857.95. Average collection per Sunday 1.11. Average collection per scholar 26 cts. ' Class No. 2 had the best average at-' tendance daring the year. Class No. 5 had the largest collection daring the year. The collections of this class amounted to 10.00. It will be noticed that the average attendance is small for a school having 200 pupils enrolled. This is due to the fact that quite a number who attended the fore part of the year have since .moved away. Others...

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. — 19 January 1889

-3a .s& rv-iV. k'"f IT-, sE&f' -IE -S-iLA f&- ;r,Ktf ;& rfr ? : -fc. ?.. r-3's ' Ife. js 2. 14- ' LS& bvf $Y v ft' .. S& ? lV- - FS'S?- fe.w .' Vt FS 'rfe5 -rv.- 34 . TBS..- " . ' I The Western World WA-KEENEY, KANSAS. THE MESSAGE, Governor Martin Delivers His Last Message. A Handsome Snowing the Mar velous Growth of Kansas. Numerous Recommendations Based on Experience. The Message. To the Seriate and House of Representatives; Bection five, of article one. of the Constitu tion, proscribes that the Governor "shall, at the commencement of every session of the LegisL. tare, communicate in writing such information as he may possess in reference to the condition of the btate, and recommend Buch measures as Iia nuTJmm nxrjedient." This year, for the first time in the history of the State, the term of the retiring Governor does not expire until six aars aiier ice assem bling of the Legislature, and thus it is made my rfntT nnrinr thn nrovision of the Constitution ab...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 19 January 1889

-. it r : 5??drfS -v"; &? ' ?38r v&" 1" -y &j 3V-; -".- Et -'f iSSfc .1& .i A m H3 V U, h&" -... k Fw 5C" 3f s & 5V' g"k' sir i &- SiVH. IT& It IS' i ft. V a: ?4l' w If - l- f J r I Sfe Sfl vt 5SL3K, lisp 'i illi il' rTi lSk1. r,W d&: tw &&? a."at. KTV "? &&- if: tvm 5., T&T? y? v TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS, Served up by trie "World's" Rustling Reporters. 9&r COIiLYEB CAWINGS. iBPl - Hsf Collteb, Jan. 16. Bran Snow. Hpt1 A change. H&t Sick ones botler. . ' Hpi Masquerade Feb. 14. tflsPSl Johnie Ashcroft was in town Sunday. flpv Sirs. Patrick Gubbins is suffering from neuralgia. ?? Miss Jessie Bartlett ttob quite eick l Bird McMillen received a car-load of J" " corn Saturday. f jwK" TJncle Bon dealt out the mail Sunday, as Mrs. Biohard3 -was visiting at home. Bob Bamberg and Jim Hickman have returned from Colorado, where they went to get work. "Will Walsh and Johnio and Ida Ash croft, of the Saline, attended she party Friday ...

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. — 19 January 1889

ssmnfrsssmmsBm snf- """VSr-'rf'V -SV'S?irfCX?S 3 v Kifz4 . , ji-s rygga-gawssupp vfr-i&s v &$ i i mi in i ' i i i in n w iiTssjisFBiyii Mi rnrrsrirsBssBsTsssisssssssssssssssssssssssssssi r-! '5? w &t &" K m - '-- &? , fi&Vv, 9 ft, j Lfc 5f. & V I r 1 $' &. THE INAUGURAL. At High Koob Governor John A. Martin Delivered the Great Seal of State to Bis Successor,, Hoa. tig- man U. Hnmphrey, Havtag Been Its Custodian for Ti Terms of Two Tears Each. Mr. Humphrey's Address in Fall. Bead It. When the hour fixed by the constitution of Kansas for that ceremony arrived, noon of he second Monday in January, the newly elected stats officers vera inaugurated. GoTernor Martin, in opening the ceremo nies of the occasion, made a brief address, in which he said he was grateful to the citi zens of Kansas for twice honoring him, but that he surrendered his honors and authority without regret, to resume his old etation among them with satisfaction and pride. In introducing...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 26 January 1889

I f j, j. js y. ti fsr : r It't", rr- W (HP1 li.-J y-k S4 IS! 2. mi PS&r je RWiist ss St1 ' ' - - -Tgi IC IgC. - Yearly Sutosorijation $8.00 TENTH YEAR. "A Kiytt AMOXti HOGS." ThoIIomi) LI If of Uarn Grfley. tlio Gr-nt I'ditor's Li other. People driving out of Corrr, five miles over the border in Warren County, Pa., come to the small village of Colum bus and there pa.-s a larje frame farm house, the doors and w indou s of w Inch are always wide open in warm a eather. The floors are uncarpeted, bays a writer to the Xew York Morning Jour nal, and pig?, chickens, and ducks a un der in am? out of the building at will. The tenant himself, a tall mau, white haired and quaint in appearance, who is nearly eighty years of age, may fre quently, on a sunny afternoon, be seen stretched out on the floor, his baie feet sticking out of the front door, with a newspaper covering his face to keep off the flies, in a .sound sleep of rural com fort and unsophisticated rest. This remarkable individu...

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. — 26 January 1889

-&49s wtf'-l -St j- ""V " -vx, J-is LTVSr ' -"L TvC'l- s -- - ps" S&t"- F 5 V TJt" -I- feTrx-rs ft. &?V ttT'' feV fee. t-?V ?3- fcifcfr JF B. . Ttf to r V i . iff f lv. IE- I - C4.-2 ' Si.?' Wtftem Jtoais WotfdL OFFICIAL PAPER OF TBE60 COUITT. W. S. TILTON, Editor. Satdedat, Jjlnttaby 26, 1889. Congbesshax James N. Burks, of the "St Joseph, Mo., district, died in Wash ington Thursday morning, at 12:46. Pa ralysis overtook him Wednesday after noon. Mr. Bnrns was re-elected last falL Mns. Fkank MuiiiKK, of Fort Scott, camoin to see the proceedings of the senators yesterday afternoon with Mrs. M. E. DeGeer. Notes in Topeka Capital. That paper fails to state the nature of the proceedings of the senators with Mrs. DeGeer. Ok Wednesday Representative Hanna introduced a bill authorizing Trego coun--ty to aid the Trego County Creamery as sociation. This is what the "World re ferred to last week when it stated that -this association desired that the county be empowered to loan it...

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. — 26 January 1889

WJ ' - 'r vm&timmi lttyaayHws,Mse,v?r Lfwf -.. -g ; ,w& -T- v &&-, - - sBfgB3BgiaaasBBBHPiiBgafcaiajBia . ,j.-i.3..v ,-S. as&" - m - &'" , , W fe& r.SfV K3L tt& 'IS- 'eaBBaaseasassaaa - i aaaaaaa aaa mi aaaaaai aaaaaawsssaWSl SWS""g!g,gSfP .. , SggWiMMiMaMMWWWWWWM"MWMWiilMMAiMSa MirtatafiBEaiuM;batttMfoadart ihhmuuu (uaonsBinacuic against sllmo in Mpeet w zptoLr forbiddedb section V of the Bill of BightT&mnta joint resolution flO 0 YSS tAAFpnrwvn Affatvavi anti luiL houses, submitting to the people a proposition Ti" 01 esia section, try removing such restriction. That amendment having been adopted at the late election, the legislation than. vr cuuiemjuaseu tnouia oo enactea at once. jmrra a iaws. A. aeciona disaster occnrred recently fa a coal mine at Frontenac, Crawford county,, wherr by nearly a half hundred men. at work in the mine lost tueir lives in a xaost shocking- manner through an explosion, the precise cause or nature of which seems to t...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 26 January 1889

1 - i? ' 3.-r ? t - XJ-'- CJi- - - . t , ?jfcft -c. 5M fc53e Tr':5v'?W v - ?" -r "i " -" ' r . - s "i;' 4 f. vSri 5rv'wr ws?tx , VT-.lSgr I II MM I MBMMM JWPFf- miMMHBMW irv ' "t:" -,..-- - .. - r k ,- 1 t. - - "- ". . 1 Jg . ..-T.gT.'r ,. . a . . -. - - r - v -"" !A'J K LvV I p r h J If R & &V. F ft-. V-w-v . ESs'k -a: '& ? 'fi -fe r-j -?""? A vHRtm Sanft Sfttartt. OFFICIAL PAFE1 OF TSES6 COUITT. y. S. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, January 26, 1889. Obeblik has had a mad-dog scare. ShaxiIj-pox prevails in Oberlin. Opinion claims that it is very mild. The The Oberlin Opinion has been rather attenuated all along. Its last week's issue was dated "Saturday, January 91, 1889." Fbontieb Assembly, K. of L., are to -give their annual ball at the Opera Souse in Ellis on Washington's birthday, Feb. 22. Tickets, SI. Chas. AiiXSK, of Hays, the Sentinel shouts, met rith a cruel injury 'on Mon day, while unloading ice. He slipped, with result of getting a broken leg and 'other severe inj...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 26 January 1889

tsvJwr m'-t ? ; te ' &, &f Vh I I V V - ' in w ,v rt? ? o? fs ll" k"r 13 :K ""As trft? Sr 8S . 1 Nsajt; ' S 'A- r .r GOMMISSIOKEES, HEETING. Concluded. COTTOT HOUSE PUKD. Monroe & Henlcel, insurance on courthouse S GO 00 Barrett & Pinkham, contractors, tjGSl 35 Barrett & Pinkham, contractors, 1,463 84 Barrett & Pinkham, contractors, 1,170 68 James Kelly, merchandise 6 95 James Kelly, stoves,refleotors,etc 453 27 ?.I Both, work on court house.. 19 50 Jos Irwin, stone for court house 6 15 Prank Burnham, weighing etone 3 30 J L Morton, f feight, etc 8 00 O W Hemphill, hauling vault doors 12 00 C A Hoar, express on center piece 1 10 Halsey &Freese, stone and haul ing 10 60 J M "Welch, sand sor court house 3 40 Beese & Whole, plaster center piece 5 50 3 W Wilkin, hauling dirt 2 70 O H Aylworth, hauling stone. . . 81 00 J "W Burns, superintendent .... 91 00 3j Haleey, stone 119 97 Edward Chalk, work on court Loose 2138 Beee & "Whole, extra plastering 14...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 26 January 1889

i,f??S ; 4SiP"- TSrS 'A.i4VSe T-afflS": && nirf-V "v- .i --"" V- -JfWCai -?. ' .&' -vSS- ?.r -t"ts"s. jr.-v - , 'j-'ssx-aisfv-gmgrsmsffiS!- s"f- ' "t'- wf? iK'zrMwsiKifsaRgvHHtsssHflsaaBaaBitasaisna fSU- H& fc E F fe ? rr. Ki" $.Sffi , - T-r-r t ttt tip W TTQTFT?"W W OUT "D ttJi VV HilJiKJN V V UM.1J WA-KEENEY, KAN8AS. FIRST 31ESSSAGE Oflymsn H. Humphrej. Governor, to the legislature of Kinsas Delivered January ' ,, 1889, in the Senate Chamber. To the Legislature: The provisions of the constitution fix the sec ond Monday in January as the commencement of the executive term, and the second Tuesday in January as the day on which the Legislature shall convene ;n regular session; contemplating that the two events shall always occur on con secutive days. By reason ot an exceptional and nnforseen condition of things, the order of the dates thus fixed has this year been reversed, and you have been in session six dajs. The duty also enjoined by the Constitution noon the Ex e...

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. — 26 January 1889

BIH? 5KaB?9r?333gP -W" BTS9 ?in-- . " ' j-f- A,j-.-i. ?- . ..f---. " r rgp - P T - . - - -.'fc.f VJ v vSv- r , V Vs- .faH ; V- '" - - .- J-' Af - - s.Ci -z Eta.v K . ? - ., rsrti ft" i V . lir PERSONAL POINTERS. People Who Have Participated in the District Court And Others Whom the "World" Beporter Has Bustled Across. Henry Culler, of Ogallah township, , -was a witness yesterday. W. E. Phillips, of Manhattan, was in the court room yesterday. County Commissioner Bidgway was a witness yesterday and the day before. Engineer F. J. Schuyler was a witness in Eurbeck vs. TJ. P. .Railway company. It's been a great week for men to be yanked in from the country to testify in court. Matt Williams, the Franklin township 'lawyer, was in town Monday. He won his case. Captain T. J. R. Perry has been down from Wallace on court business a part of the week. Court was adjourned Monday after noon at 3:35 until 9 o'clock the next morning. W. P- Shreck, of the Gibson neighbor hood, was in town on Monday,...

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. — 26 January 1889

t-westBW ,Ji-s!W" :jr3s-5s." 'j53T lTtf- cssyss)? va?b e "-3.-tv.S5 " - -.i,- ' '. -rr mSf- j-i?2ft ,-y f-vaS. .. tli. 'o. .. ,i. . -i J- ss. r-75gf-- :;&& VvH? $V5sPyrw4-'' . ywffi"ts '-;, MS S W" vCf-f Isr :jc rH rsv : r Ra T W f 4 r 4 Ufe- $ m. ; tC -? .a. '$- ? .xr i MS? 4 STATE NEWS St. Pranois Plaiudeeler: Our sohoo Aboard have furnished both departments with maps, anatomical charts, call belle, jglobes and a full sparatas pertaining to ibe school room. Iiiberal Leader: Mr. Creech, who haa (the contract for grading the first 100 miles on the Book Island extension from this city, will commence work about the ixniddle of next month. . West Plains Mascott: The recent mirage was the most beautiful we have ever witnessed. Springfield was plainly visible, and seemed to be set down in a vast valley, only about five or six miles 'out. By wire from Olathe: James Barber, a prominent farmer of Spring Hill, was killed by a bull which he was leading to market. Mr. Barber was horrib...

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. — 2 February 1889

BsjBSSjl T 1" J' t, " r " "V - jT - v5-C-W Ml fi'J ".&& V V - !." IP Sr? lip' ;V i ... f ; -' : - - - . . . fiPTv. ,-w?' P -? S.yf' a. 53- If j ife p-- I4 K- ' X Fi lsr.j. 5&" hT &,'" . - it-J? ?$ ,y V.M 6 ie s tfi- s - &, !r ir-v ., - &tf f;fV .: , kj iJir; jf JfB JirTiinMi n t fTMnsssBYT'jaBm sEnesm giMtEafc 'CJagaMk , - T m b-! r BB Wnr i "Yearly Su.tsoriptibrj.S.CXD STOCK PlAJMrtsrO- 'I'-HLUl TtAfrTR OP1 OXJR, INDUSTRIBS. - SlziSl Copy B Gtonta TENTH YEAR. WA-KEENEY, KANSAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1889. ' NUMBER 50. THE IILOATED iitr.MKLE BEK. Balse the pickcna for tbo chickens, Kalso the baby on your kaej. Bat never rsiso a rumpus "With a bloated bumble bee. Don't you slight him, don't you fight him. Even on j our own domain ; If ou do it j ou will rue it When you wrestle with tbo pain. Don't you boss him, don't you cross hiia When tho floners are in bloom ; If ou met him try to greet him With respect and lota of room. Don't attend him, don't offend him O...

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. — 2 February 1889

rm ,?. T -f i fS'vS-T " " k.v-:-- Ff:.iS . - T? -143 "- , 1L 4-1 "r . sr- - JS-. -"Sgs Vs grMs -t :? "as, ifi i ir t 'Jr Kr: e-y: "V - 02- V j7 s . i3t $r lV l- ' g- fei&j ''i ;e: - :t - fcl B". 3r jfe m m &. iiize 'C J&j. '. , - fWwttm l&m$t$ JtoJl OrnCIAL PAPER OF TREGO COUSTT. . 5. 7irOy, Editor. Saturday, "February 2, 18S9. V 25 Our merchants have begun to receive garden seeds. Judge Osborn has been holding court at Ness City this week. Eev. J. T. Allen will preach at theAL IS, church Sunday evening. The county commissioners met yes terday to audit court-house bills. Homer Frick is back from Illinois, where he had been stopping for several moutns. A protracted meeting will be com xncnotKi at the M. 12. church Sunday evenin-j. "ilrs. Jennie Edmundson starts to-day to Uenver, to join her husband. They Trill Jive there. "W. H. Cook is taking a few weeks' le&?6 from work in Verboek's store. He is visiting in Illinois. District Clerk Sletz has hia office temporari...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 2 February 1889

M- I& E&J ML pfe &r- !?-. IS. t U B&. $ 8 f I ft- L r? i& 3iV" f; S &' 4f sv 'V-jt E. t-r ?&, 1 rxn y 'Sk .jg.4 iSti '& y1 TJt mwwwmmr -w, TfANSAS STATE -NEWS; Osborne. wmfw Vtaa O nmmfv aai taaaleoahsDd. 1 The -wires say that a fine quality of lubricating oil has been discovered, flowing from the well of Mr. Clawson, at ObffeyvSle. Alton Empire: Mitchell county mua be a little Bhort on Smiths, as the recent drawing for a petit jury only caught three in a p&nnel of twelve. Two of the young savages whom the government is trying to educate at Has kell institute, Lawrence, proved to be so refractory that they had to be taken back to the territory. Schockeyville Plainsman : The seoond election for permanent county seat of Kearney county has been called for the 19th of February. The contestants are' Lakin and Hartland. At Biley, in Riley oounty, Samuel " W AAOBB S VPVSleVAABjV 0QMI Uattonhad a fuss with W. H. Beale, and while attempting to shoot Beale ...

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. — 2 February 1889

.. i. F- &T jj-vja? Bft&A s- A !& fLiv- -- -& a d fS- j r-, S5SV m Ukp .xi lU, i -Or E m i fii1 7z jjf- -' c. Zl, " ' I "F&fetu j&mgr & OrnSIAL PAPES OP TEEOO COUJJTY. vr-.6 TILTON, ------- oYfor. Satihidat, February 2, 18S9. StakijET, the famous African explorer, as born in Wales in 180. At the break sngout of the great American civil war, he was living in New Orleans, and joined the Confederate army. i It affords us pleasure to direct atten tion to the communication of Mrs. Laura id. Johns, in this issue. She is a noble woman. This fact will bo" impressed npon any one who will read carefully the communication to which we refer. She looks at the splendid moral results to be .attained in municipal government by the coalition of the better elements of both bxcs in the selection of a city ticket Wbatihougbt could be grander or moro logical? It is the keynote of the political situation in the cities, of Kansas. It is to be regretted that very small children ...

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. — 2 February 1889

-v. vS1 -f2-.' a'S. w- r - M if. y W t 8? fc & AV Iffo ts 3 "ri $' , A- -A - r-z2 , ?P 5?v-t j 5 f i? . rz ,-iv: "s p. C3- WAEIIKE. Message of the President to Cos. ' cress With Important Samoan Correspondence. Germany Evidently Determined Avenge the Recent Slaughter Captain Hnllan to Will Land a Porce to Protect Proprty Germany Said to Hava Declared "War Against Hataafa. "VVASimrGTOK, Jan. 31 The President has sent to Congress additional corres pondence relative to Samoan affairs, ao- companiod by the following message I had the honor on the 15th Instant to com municate to your honorable body certain cor respondence and documents in relation to af fairs in the Samoan islands, and having since received further dipati.lie3 from the Vice-Consul at Apia and the commander of the United States nav.il vessel Nipsic, In those waters. I lose no time in laying them before you. I also . transmit herewith the full text of instructions from Prince Von Bis marck to the German Minister at thi...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 2 February 1889

A , ?. H M V Is- is.?'? ha i& i5 ' ESS' 't JT ar - m . af, 'kMa. rr -, ft The Western World WA-KEENEY, KANSAS. An express messenger and his assistant, on the Cincinnati & Sontbem railroad, damped a -would bo express robber oat of their ear down an embankment. The consecration of the EL Rev. Boyd Vincent, assistant bishop-elect of the south ern diocese of Ohio, took plaoe at St. Paul's church, Cincinnati. It transpires that the recent dispatches from Texas stating that 600 families had been forcibly put off the Oklahoma lands, their improvements destroyed, etc., are un true. It is now stated that there is no foun dation for the story, that there are no peo ple there, only about thirty families camped at Pnrcell waiting for action of congress which -will permit them to enter Oklahoma. COKGRESSIONAX. Tuesday. SENATE. Wafuikgtos, D. C, January 22. Mr. Plumb offered an amendment to the silk schedule of the tariff bill to levy 25 per cent, advalorem on silk as reeled from the coco...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 2 February 1889

"rr L"3JV- EJSfc ""fS. K. fO. fit 5s ktSW i F,' w Vfi I f ? fo lk. NV ES 1 fr Is K-r r&r 8fr; ? -J sV ''jtr Vir. "-- '" - - " " lass-.. &mm'mmmmmmmmmm1mmmmmmmmm'mZ " 7T v -" j " vj- TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Strved up by the 'World's" Rustling Reporters. FABGrO FETCHES. Fabgo, Gbaham Co., Jan 30. Bobert Cooper's baby died on the 27. "Mr. Mellotte is quite sick. He is not Ps " '"Able to teach. 5?&i TTann TTnAtraa io cruoTirHTifr a Jaw WAAlfS vith his parents. Mrs. Mellotte's sister has just arrived from Pennsylvania. Mr. Gardener's baby -was buried on the ;28. It died of catarrhal fever, Frankie Foster has sold her claim, and gone to Kansas City to spend the rest of the winter. The Morelan Literary, society was or ganized on the 24. Every one turned out "We had a good time. Mrs. Beecher and her children are down with the measles. Others are com ing down every day. The Fargo school closed on the 28, on account of the dis ease spreading. Sunflowbb. PBAIBIE 1AWN POINTERS. Tbego...

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