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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 2 February 1889

- ?Fi. -& re . .:. .&'' ffSS? 2rJ m m fx. IIS ?fe Ri? & cm "V jir iw rif &W. i"f'?j$. . yp.3 ?N 5- c fti J Lr nSt - 4 id. yV;f? ' " w TOPICS OF THE TIMES. A Choice Selection Of Itttlto the water m advance of the follow? eating Items. A seax wa sliot in Vancouver hai Txr lately that weighed 130 pounds. The new law in Boston which goes into effect the 1st of May will close one-half of the saloons. Since 1835 nine explosions have oc curred in the powder works at Wind ham, Me. Altogether thirty-three lives have been lost. Gen. F. E. Spixxeb, ex-TJnited States Treasurer, is nearly blind from the effects of a cancer in the face, and as he is 86 years old his days may be considered numbered. Me. axd Mbs. S. L H. Irelvxd, of Mishawaka, Ind., have celebrated the sixtieth anniversary of their marriage, and the old people were among the liveliest of the party at the reunion. General Alger, of Michigan, who has charge of Mrs. Logan's little for tune of $10,000, has invested it s...

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. — 9 February 1889

r&" BK I. r I y fe k'l3 I i" i' ,A- " ' i Vs ; r - . ' ' L w i' f - f fc-,ELLt 'Ciw'r f.b emaB mT Ll Ca9KmHHaaaFatcaaaLEaH ll epH l&l hm mKlm H Wf 3?WBB?iyj.PBwwk. BLHf aELB v vLaM. VvLI aSpLH H h I aLI LV aHH "JTea,xly Stitosoription $8.00 TENTH YEAR. PEACE, BE STIIX. BY FRANCIS S. SMITH. Like a vast caldron eeemod the seal On sped the gallant bark ! Like a caged ocean bird sot freo Upon the -waters dark. Shrioking, the storm-fiend hurried by, Speaking woe Rud wreck ; But Tjove liia voice aroso the cry, "We perifeh, Lord, awako!" O wondrous chango ! 0 heavenly balm! Borne on the fetorm-filled air. A Bwoot, low -oico foil hko a charm Upon each raiished ear. It was the Masters Tcaco, be still!" He said, and the mad sea At once, iu answer to His will, Was all tranquility. How sweet the thought when dangers crowd Around us to appall. That with firm trust we may aloud Upon the Sa iour call ! How swoet the faith that makes all bright And leads us gently homo. Where dangers can no...

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. — 9 February 1889

pPppSifPP 3S "ji ,3r' YXi.X ... -j c;?3 $-,.-; ??'SA-, - " 3?. -.. -' !y ,JP mAjjte?$&$&&& S? - fiwvg .., i .g&ar ..& ,rJaV&&: .& ifV ' rix Fft- StS- 51 ;&5S !lVt '-ss. .1 itrs. Krf " tfA ??; f V? ,1J ff ?r jr 2$ 35 i M& SVi .& Ll. LVC .-3 &y JL- -0 :?S A - 5- 3Htetow w$z$ WmML OFFICIAL PAPES OF TEE60 C0UI7Y. W. S. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, February 9, 1889. WAKING UP. The Kansas legislature has passed . a resolution denouncing in vigorous terms the political assassination o Hon. John M. Clayton in Arkansas. At first, the resoulution, as it came from the house, was tabled in the senate. Then Democratic papers "began to crow. This so put upon his mettle Senator Buchan, who was the mover of the motion to table the resolution, that he was ready, not only to support it, but to make It stronger. The people of the North generally, like Senator Bu chan, have been asleep upon the subject of political persecution in the South. Instead of ma...

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. — 9 February 1889

ismcr&r "sw --l ?T53S;:?e $ ---? . SKVSSSW.JTKSTrj???- v j&m&'f-. i '-.,- v 't-r v o-vr-r"-;.-.. ': " "pf'.V VT"- .. fc5i & !& ft ?? sV- ?"" V K If - r f .1: s 7' ' W ts ?W KANSAS STATE NEWS. Tha Salina Bepnblican announces the discovery there of a three feet vein of coal. The "Winfield Courier relates that the Episcopal ohnrch at Winfleld, a sew church, bee been burned and injured so that it will require all of the $2,000 in surance, or more, to put it in repair. Salina Bepnblican: According to the statement just issued by the Pacific ex press company, J. M. Drum, agent for the company at Salina, sold more mcney orders than any other agent in Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska, during 1888. Goguao Telegram: Assurances have been received that the Omaha, Dodge City & Southern railroad is a sure thing. That it is to run through Haskell, Grant and Stanton counties. That it -will be built as soon as bonds can be voted in Grant. Arkansas City Traveler: A. B. John son h...

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. — 9 February 1889

V" fcj s ; &&& z$f JS-qt??0-- 11C. 1 Wn 3-lW - Ws 73 Scf. sts.sm' &-& -4- 5- . I -WiC " ZZfe . rJ-Svi?" " "- wc - S-5TrtR. if'-J.rt - ."..- " F- srtSNr " -ewj pi . - CJS ?. rsl h " ;5JT Jfr iJ !35 ?3C "3 &zr& ' & Sfe- E ? .OS . Ks JV 4 " '-si'5 : f 15 sr it f f? rJr5t -r y r Itf- . ?& .f r- I-5, - 3 S2 3i 3 ,A.,. gwag -. n30F5irLn, Ci T-VTP-T- ,,, OFFICIAL ?A?ES CP TREGO CODRTY. Vf. S. 7IL70N, Editor. 1889. Ifesa Cnx has empty business blocks and a Chautauqua Circle. Tee grift mill at Ellis, it is HevieK'-ed, is ' about to be put into operation again. 2Irs. Shepard and Mr. Middleton have formed a T.artriership to carry on the The county seat removal disease has Etnick Oo me county. It is by no means tc.tn that the removal will oc cur, but (X borne city is frightened and Dowde'is f lated. That is to say, Osborne has it; TJo-svua wants it. The ncci n that the sale of cigarettes, e.earJ and tobacco to persons under six teen year o age should be prohi...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 9 February 1889

ki'.fflKPi'-SE ff"ea.TF' PKSPT- TJ- irS w j ,- ' , . ' " - v v jTvll&ViSaS- SC y TT ,-. ..X i25 "T &g&g S !SSfflJS3S5lUSC' r i-S && fe&r Wr J?v f E h W I m : f- , 5-3 il- v- . r- w, r VoS-fe jt i-i---5-; SZ W ! jw-1 V, !- ij-iT ..W.-f-g?J-T ?-KV ii?ra E:? jt (? rrt. izfu C rs: i'"'- .. u- ( ?-ti: -i 1 "IW ; 1LABA, Willie, Ultle BCS3, All around the table press, WrltinR pleasant little linos Which they mean for valentines. 4 "ov," said Clara, "wo must write Something to our 'heart's delight'; Just a little verse will do, Saying we'll he ever true." t Willio wr.tea to Charlie Bales, Jolly fun for all his mates; But he has enough of wit ICot to sifia his name to it. All are done. Says littlo Bess, Shyly: "This will do, I guess: " Grandpa dear, how I love yout Tell me that you love me? too. " All these crosses (r x x x x) in a row. What they mean, now, do you know? Hvery one, and this (s) and this (z), Stands for littlo Bessie's kiss " Nov that they are all compl...

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. — 9 February 1889

smra S jSg ny jg ' 'K sH&jFZ i?t4& ,.. - Ew. r-jaSr r K& it ?K--r- - las m !& BtW" t?$ fV&r ?NT-j, kVft rswj : K iv & ?. tlu 14 ::grt .H ? L23,- 3f &S' Fo- rj.l Sf'SsS? $ - OS I- Jr! ife tegtfr The Western World WA-KEENEY, KANSAS. Santa Fe stocks in the New York mar kets are again on the rise, being quoted February 4 at 52. A motor ear in Denver became unman ageable and ran down a (trade, jumped, the track and was broken into t punters. Sever al were injuree. The senate committee on public lands has ordered a favorable report upon the house bill authorizing the sale of whatsis left of the Fort Bodge military reservation to the state of Kansas for a soldiers' home. There is 147 acres m the tract. D. M. Jessup. a jack of all trades, includ ing preaching, has been convicted at Kins ley of arson and sentenced to five years hard labor. Humor says that Genoral Harrison is ne gotiating for a country seat ten miles from Washington. Cabins M. Clay, of Kentucky, ex...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 9 February 1889

wjiwiirayiigggisg i n i iinMiiBBraaaHHBPJBWBawi w frah-.'!tS' ' f2rj.'i!KX's '.wsvk,' ,- &vn. - --".. -a - v-i. -"jjr.5-.'- -s-, n-jjf4HiisweaeET7Bv- - . y w "w. - --"r'-T.-vw'-y. ---- - , ,? vy1; w vxsic.. rv ..v &.v w -- -, ----f , "r v---' ; J , r if rw; ?jT -jf vsrt' 3 W? s.Stacae - i' sSf 3 -i 6. R- Sfe rf lu te F 14 Walter Carson is picking type in the Tribune office. Business is decidedly active in Jus tice Frick's court. B. E. Grim is interested "with Hiram Hudson in the meat business. Charles Brady -vras appointed city night watchman last Saturday. T. B. Moore looks natural back in his old place at Caddick's store. Countj Clerk Borah, of Gove county, was in town about the middle of the week. L. C. Cain started east -Thursday evening, expecting to be absent about a week. Captain Bonham returned to Ness City last Sunday. He enjoyed his stay in "Wa-Keeney. Walter Olson was taken sick on Thursday. A severe cold was at the bot tom of the trouble. Mr. Wetherbee, of Ness C...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 9 February 1889

Jivw " a 3" . i f:S' - ?'V" i-$ ' i &: s. m &$ &2K TOPICS OF-THE TIMES. A Choice Selection of Inter eating Items. Thk present Emperor of Germany is William H. He is 20 vca:s of ace. For tha first six months ol 188 the English railways killed 1G5 people and injured 937. The late Emperor WTltam is cred ited with having saved $12,OGO,000 out of his public allowance. Editor Felaxd, of the Anderson Neivs, is said to be one of the two men in Kentucky who voted for Belva Lockwood. The champion economist of the nine teenth century lives in Fulton County, Georgia. He has his socks and gloves made from his own hair. It is proposed in Parliament to re quire that a license costing 5 must be taken out before a horse can start for any race on the British turf. The New York Legislature will be petitioned for a law to prevent the game of football within one-half mile of any inhabited house or traveled highway. The King of Belgium is deeply in terested in the fate of Stanley. He gave the...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 23 February 1889

Vc lr i&? sk &. .-P "V ?SS! y&qggpma&Qi && ST "Jtr& i"F e. jw." A"ij' ata-K SC W- ELEVENTH YEAR. WORK Of one englishman. I Tie Enormous ni:inss ISullt Vy by Jolra Ij lands, lCccrntlj Deceased. In John Kvlands, liend of the famous firm of Kvlamls & Sons (limited), there passed away in the early hours of Tues day morning the chief of probably the largest manufacturing and "mercantile concern in the -world, says the Fall Mall Gazelle (London), and a man whose own history forms a most inter esting chapter in the romance of trade Not only many a monarch, but many a State has an income which, compared with the annual receipts of John Eylands, would fall almost into insignif icance. Ihe transactions of the nrm run into not only hundreds of thousands, but millions. The chief offices and warehouses in Manchester occupy the greater part of four streets, the various blocks being connected by means of bridges; there are extensive branch es tablishments in other p...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 23 February 1889

:V1-Ufe?-, Jbi-" o BEi -arts ?- iW J . m2J rr "- 15?. Il . " g r fcv Rff !iH psi :" ? eej st?.. hl?J$J 3& iit-vT ! rfVlfn5r'v-M Wtftmt 9Sawi5 Sllfotfl OFFICIAL PAPEB OF TREGO CODSTY. W. S. TILTON, - Editor. Saturday, February 23, 1889. BEGINNING OF VOLUME ELEVEN. This issue is that. For the most part, our ten years here have been a furious grind to make a living and do something for the legitimate de velopment of this region. We have no promises to make for thef uture beyond stating that the quality of the World here after will depend largely upon the richness or poverty of its support. An energy equal to to that which has been thrown into this paper for ten years would have made for a banker in the same pe riod anywhere from fifty to one hundred thousand dollars in profits. The people of Trego county are poor. They like a good home pa per. Unless they are able to im prove their present gait at support ing one, they had better relinquish all hold3. Neither our business men nor o...

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. — 23 February 1889

?f.?JIT WF?n 7F&Tr&$$Pi .!...?- Vitvi ',ZZ- i-5ia,lT' 3 - i sssssbi - w if -. j - ; r -? i- ., . "V"-2- S SN ' & IK s I&T i: t; ia. r- lus . K ?- : fc-v3r KANSAS STATE NEWS. Gnnningham Herald: Harry Ball, a prominent stockman of Calkts, is con filent that a Bugar plant will be located at Califita. SalinaGazette: The Salina gas and oil company, conaisting of Messrs. M. D. Teagne, Daily & Baeb, and Mr. CJol lins, have certainly attack it rich in the oil fields of Kentucky. Osborne Journal: The sugar works committee met and appointed three of tbeir number to circulate subscription papers and solicit shares of stock, and correspond for outside help. The Osborne Journal relates the par ticulars of a highway robbery occurring in that city, in which Joel -Shaw lost what money he had on his person to the hands of two foot-pads. Lawrence Tribune: Hon. J. W. Gleed, of Topeka, will come down every morning hereafter, and take charge of the senior law class of the .university...

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. — 23 February 1889

WmrWWWW; "3?? V- 1 KiX '"r?,. CBfiSfeft.-l- T f-ri. L.T- -ft 3? ;rg- sjjir T" ., fi5 .- - sr-vf ?st 3?. tt- tM - hx te v ? F & gfe rH? & . JL5?. X. Vltgtem sBm&k 3RMML official paper or teeco codsiy. W. 8. TILTON, - - Editor. Saturday, February 23, 1889. EPITOME OF EVENTS In Trego County for the Six Months fi Ending August 28, 1880. 1880. MARCH. 13. The Would publishes resolutions of respect, adopted by the Frontier Cor net Band of Wa-Keeney, on account of the death of John K. Boyer. Johnny was a joung man. At the time of his death he wag under arrest on the charge of having tampered with registered letters in the pcst-office, where he had been clerking. The supposition is that he, either -voluntarily or by accident, took poison which resulted in his death.... Superintendent Vaille has been at To- peka, where he succeeded in getting Trego county credited with her share of the state school fund, amounting to some $800. It had been supposed that, owing to past official neg...

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. — 23 February 1889

rj? :&sii Vr, $$&& USSfc.& J. r S - N . ' .-- ; --" " .? wtr-s - ;S.. ,?,r"v r ?f jC""" '?- e" Epitome of Events Continued. for a third presidential term During the latter part of last -week spontaneous fires broke out in the coal yard of F. O. Ellsworth and that of Kelly & Walker. Considerable work was required to scat ter the coal, and extinguish the fires Balina Herald joke: A. M. Campbell has received a large package of rice seed, with instructions to sow it in good marshy ground or where the ground can be easily overflowed. It has bean sent to Trego county. . . Seventeen public schools, Superintendent Vaille informs us, are in progress in Trego county, and four have already closed. How is thi3 for a county which is too new to collect a cent of tax? .... Who says times are not lively? "Wa Keeney has three croquet grounds.... We are listening to hear our farmer brethren sing the song beginning: "O, I'm the bappicet little granger in the landP' 30. Somebody dra...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 23 February 1889

wwimsmm Kggf Jipz&l ' v -y' " 'ftflS.''wSs. : vVK?;t'--', -5"-S-. "L . i3-r- ?-;? -. -'' - J vC-- vSTv'-i '-vT"? - iY,? i. ssa5 -. .rf- sp. I.'JS t'jt-: f fC&x" f-W'-v--f RS ftV. is y " N. Lfe ?, -vt & r The Western World WA-KEENEY, KANSAS. A ''high tea" has been given by Senator Ingalls and family. Eight hundred imita tions were issued. Nearly complete returns from all the counties in the Ptate of Nevada show that an amendment to the constitution authorizing a state lottery was defeated by about 500 votes. The Park hotel at Hartford, Conn-.capable of roomie c l."0 euests. and said to have turned away parties because the house was. run, Diew up earry on me morning oi reu rnhry 18. It may be that the boiler in the basement bursted, but this is not Known. First reports give the probable number killed sixty, with many in the hospital, and mors in the ruins. CONGRESSIONAL. Tuesday. SENATE. Washington, D. C, February 12. The senate passed house bills to authorize set tlement ...

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. — 23 February 1889

: jr v ' -? .f-JL-jT WT t. &Mtt hT- ivcy s -' - " .-."W -wsr' , -.- vi, .,SKf -- ? v ? ?c "mmrVT f---rS 'S.SPSSfSf-?'! :Es3ewrf?W -v -- r - - : - v . - -v - , ; . ?v --.. ,vc-: 5Jks - iArv . " jJ t-scr-v v --'-' ;y V Iw fc J & ISCi.- "Uv IH II X J - . . ,' '$ 2 2 o JS- I " - - lfe - rJ I? ?sr !3 bb-: K V iJz- - Epitome of Events Continued, favor the proposed amendment The Leader says Trego county will give a ma jority against it. We say it will do nothing of the kind. "We re serve onr arguments for future issues of the paper between this and the second day of November. 14. A man named Smith shoots and Mils at Chas. Sherlock's, near the mouth of the Hackberry, in this county, Dr. M. H. Bernardio, the keeper of a trading ranch and a small supply store on the Walnut, in Ness county.... A sec tion man falls off a car at Wallace, re sulting in one of his legs being broken. 16. H. P. Stultz, editor of the Wa Heeney Leader, and Miss Eflie Fawcett are married at the bride's residenc...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 23 February 1889

I"- v ?Jte?J?C3 Jt SSSSSKKSSS 'W X" - tV"V T H&v d$v-J mz?m i-rWM 'rS& .- K&iL BO S&sfti, jr, & til v: ?fsPr wm ? r ii. r St H I &? W f-" -p& - -v i. TOPICS OF THE TIMES. i A Choice Selection of Inter eating Items. Theee are 1G000 women in the Eng lish Liberal Association. Makylaxd's 488 canning factories employ 25,000 men and 1,C00 can makers. A xewia" fallen meteoric stone, nreighing 140 paunds, has fcecn found at Ellsworth, Wis. Lokd Sackville, it is semi-authorl-tatively announced, is to be sent as British 3VIinisterto Turkev. Pbesidext Caktee, of Williams Col 01 lege, has raised, $600,000 for that insti- ' iS.brtiondnring his management. r.j "-JThe coal mines at .Monterey, Cal., & which have been idle for years, are to be reopened and vigorously -worked. Weston Coyhy, formerly a re porter on the New York Herald, is Vice President Morton's private secre tary. The London Times has the figures to show that Spain has degenerated faster than any natio...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 2 March 1889

IS? I Ifje rxf ft I? 5' & 6 ! & li-f-"- :-? ,, $3? -ft jJ)yPJj3J9tPjJ3j "- , t,f r iKTWaTyTJSMslMMWMi & f-aaiPaPiMM8S,.- ' .,---" m . , , . jafeST " f" St . . "f Yearly Sutesoriptioxx $S.OO ELEVENTH YEAR. THE LOCK OK O.NE DAY'S FISHING. One morning -when spung -was in her toons A mom to a root's -wishing. All tinted in delicate pinks and greens Miss Bessio and I -went fishing. In my rough and easy clothes. With iny foco nt tho sunlight's mercy ; She -with her hat tipped down to her uoso Andlier noso upped ico versa I with my lod, my reel, and niv hooks. And a hamper for lunching recesses ; She -with the bait for her comely lookrf, And tho seine of her golden treaties. So -we sat down on tho aunuv dike, Where thowhito iond lilies teettr. And I went to fiRhing liko quaint old Iko And she liko Simon Peter. All noon I la in tho light of her eyes. And dreamily t atchel and i aited ; But the flsh were cunning and would not vise, And tho baiter olono was baited. And when tho ti...

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 March 1889

''t?- ;s sr&L ssireaajr .s r-sr. v - . rt5Jisr rT?. 'CS-v---c'-3V TU.t3-;r;w'faWT if y - . --rvr;7,v -1 Lc p - -. hu sac ' - 3 - ? f f yisr - -i r S ' iJ? J he Ivt K. fe i-i- r f l& I ItfT f ir L'- 3toirtm Siratt ftWL OPnCIAL PAPEB 0? THEGQ COUHTY. IV. 5. 7Z.70.V, frftor. Satdbdat, Mabch 2,.18S9. At last, that pension has been granted to Mrs. Irene Bncker Sheridan. The latest from Washington is that the Oklahoma bill will die on the calendar. Ok and after Monday next it "will be President Harrison for at least four years, and ex-President Clereland forever. The latest from Topeka up to yester day morninff -was that the interest bill would perish on the calendar. The con sideration of the measure has been a roaring farce. Pebsidbnt Cleveland has issued a proclamation declaring thatw an extraor dinary occasion requires the senate of the United States to convene at the capital, in the city of Washington, on- the 4 day of March, at noon. The Republican says "the party in this co...

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. — 2 March 1889

V' a&. fZ. ? t-A- " Ti s .9 f fetr I J M :.t Rt Itf t-s ?i BV The Open Winter of 1816. Globe-Democrat "The open winter" of 1888-89 trill have a companion when the history of the century is written. The year 1816a njoyed an "open winter" during the entire twelve months, being frequently referred to by contemporaneous writers as "the year without a summer." All through the settled portions of the United States and in England there was a frost in every month, crops were ruined, and farmers called it the year of "Eighteen hundred and starve to death." Snow fell in November of 1815, but there was none in December or January to speak of. Christmas and New Tears were "warm, openand green," and faithful to the old saw that "a green Christmas makes a fat church yard." The old people predicted all sorts of dire calamities, and the re sults would seem lo justify it. Jan uary was a very a very mild month, the sun shone every da', and a little snow that fell hardly covered the earth, and soo...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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