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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 23 March 1889

HF& ffi$ I zt . r ' ' &$&&, i The Western World WA-KEENET, KANSAS. Of 26,000 criminals arrested in Paris," 16,000 had .not attained the age of twenty. JLoBD Samsbubt, the English Pre mier, is a man "with a groat head. He wears a No. 8 hat. IK Borne there are 30 cardinals, 35 bishops, 1,469 priests, 2,215 nnns, and 3,000 monks, friars, candidates, etc. Owing to the failure of the rice crop in Corea the Government has pro hibited the exportation of other cereals. On one of the foggy days in London recently the output of one of the gas companies there was 105,046,000 cubic feet of gas. A block of firewood was recently re ceived at Portland, Ore., that was cut from a tree which was 150 feet high to the first limb. It is not alone the Irish who are com ing to this country. During last year 51,649 Norwegian and Swedish immi grants land at Castle Garden. The disastrous floods of the past two years in Georgia are attributed to the wholesale destruction of forests at the head...

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 March 1889

wpr " d'-ViSa 2' ffa"1 w vZ"4r r 7 &. -j S2SB55J5ffa5gl &' vS V fck PC I-W d 3C Si- ' s so -c - KANSAS STATE NEWS. By "wire: LeonB, in Doniphan count y suffered by a 835,000 fire with only a $15,000 insurance consolation. The Book Island eating house at Smith Center is burned to the ground. IiOBB between $15,000 and $20,000. Junction CityKepublican: Sergeants M. McNamee and Wilson Chase have re ceived their commissions as second lieu tenants in the regular army. Hope Herald: Kumor has it that Ban ner City is to have a newspaper to be conducted by Mr. Stauffer, of Alta Vista, who will remove the plant now UEed in the publication of the Register. Salina Herald: H. C. Lawrenoe, formerly of Brookville, but for the last two years proprietor of the Windsor hotel at Lincoln Center, will soon remove to Junction City and become "mine host" of the noted Bartell house. Dodge City Democrat: ThesoldierB' home is assured, good news of the north and south railroad is received, the seas on ...

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 March 1889

!2VWT ,aa : -r$jHvai .-v,"? r-i? - g&8 "' &S"X --g -r X" -. " - Cf i s -- - v ; j j& (JR. . i?V "-r1 EAf -5 JSp- '&- 54 iu - lfi3w W ferf.i , t- - '?-' !- r rP- f&- !? r -' . i bmh fetam lfam$ SHEtoto. OFFICIAL PIPES OF T1EG0 COUITY. W. 8. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, March 23, 1889. Col. D. K. Anthony has received the Republican nomination for mayor of IieaTenworth. His sister, the renowned Susan B., is canassing the city in behalf of the colonel's interests. CoL Anthony is a. power in any executive capacity. The revived Golden Belt was issued at Grinnell last Saturday by A. H. Cox. In -what he heads his "Saluditory," the ed itor promises to "ever try to rife above parley affiliations," eta He can't doit An editor who won't .parley is in the wrong boat It is Becord-ed that a squad of the mi litia company .at that place scoured the country around Stockton in the hope of bringing on an engagement with the fel lows who had robbed the bank in that city. The result was ...

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 March 1889

SSSBSRft? - fe' 5K" 'l-tfl-tC!xStI4J jj- m '' : S&l. lefcps . sv: a-' v t .. r s H il TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. BAHTffEB BTTGLINGS. Baxxzb, Tbego Co., March 18. "We had a good rain yesterday. Frank Taylor is digging a welL The meeting at Banner closed last Saturday. J. O. Brown was at "Wa-Keeney one day last -week. Levi Morrison has gone to Norton county to work. Wm. Stranaban is breaking prairie for Joseph H. Brown. Dr. Conger was called to A. B. Baker's last Thursday evening. Sam Harlin expects his better half home soon from Colorado. A Banner literary draws like a Mexican bull fight or a Collyer dance. Bev. J. O. Elliott will attend the con ference at Jewell City next week. "Willis Cronk has moved home to the claim which was owned by his wife be fore he married her. Mrs. C. E. Adams and Mrs. Goodwin have moved from Topeka to Chicago. Mr. Adams is in business in the latter city. Mrs. Barber, who was once a resident of this neighborho...

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. — 23 March 1889

rT i-K '& The Western World WA-KEENEY, KANSAS. Feances E. the tel-;jraph poles and tares &3 oat lined against the sky, and he -wonders that no artist has pnt c canvas soin tf the striking groupings that he has seen. JEr. Tilliers is not alone in ad miring these poles and -wires from an artistic standpoint. It is common Willuid's autouiogra- I ,i f ,nnTOnmh wr that phy appears about March L has doomed them to the bowels of the earth. The raisin crop of California the past year reached 901,000 boxes of twenty pounds each. Patjltjs, the comic singer -who has made Boulanger, receives an income of about 100,000 francs a yea-. The Eobo, the loftiest peak of Afri ca's loftiest mountain, Kilima-Njara, has finally been ascended by Otto Ehlers. Is Michigan last year it cost 26 cents to produce and market a bushel of oats and 19 cents to produce and mar ket a bushel of corn. A carlo id of lobsters from the East "were planted partly at the mouth of Columbia Kiver a few days ago, and the...

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 March 1889

iTT.A ..-T't jatt?- -vK.s ?r a''ftfatf,iiJ.-TiiSTr: -vsvii- st.r .r . ?.-" -r.SrV". . 'SrYiss' -. v 6 J;' fc-V"-"- !V" V- "JiV Kr Id. Xk X V I i, ,fc 1 ?- Wtfbm Sansa WtvUL OFFICIAL PAPER OF TBEGO COURTT. IV. 5. TILTON, - Editor. Saturday, March 23, 1889. JT CAN BE DONE. You would quit talking grist mill if you were in our place, "wouldn't you? It is tiresome, we confess. But we again state as a fact that Wa-Keeney people ought to see to having a grist mill built here. It ought to he built this spring. One can be built for a few thousand dollars, and additions can be made to its facilities as time passes. We are convinced that after the first year grain sufficient to support the mill would be grown in the large area of country which is naturally tributary to Wa-Keeney as a mill ingpoint. A good mill in Wa Keeney,under the present conditions, would be patronized by nearly every farmer in the counties of Trego, Gove and Logan, to say nothing of portions of Sheridan and Gra ham countie...

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. — 23 March 1889

ff 'ii'?,,gwrwflB?BKI .w- ? S 5 - rirpif-pq XLJLXLlOa TOPICS OF TIIE A Choice. Selection of Inter esting Items. The fires in London last year aver aged alxrat five a day a material de crease compared with. 1887. Xox a single baby has been born in Liberty, Ky., for thirteen years. Liberty has a population oi 709. TnE city of Montreal shows that she is alive and full of genuine pluck in undertaking a harbor improvement to cost $1,000,000. Ales. Bell has been able, without 'the use of wires and with but few cells of a battery, to signal between two boats a mile apart. Chbistsias Islakd, the last annexa tion of Great Britain, is the highest coral island known, rising three or four hundred feet from the sa. Canadian insurance companies an nounces a reduction in premiums upon all vessels which carry a store of oil for the purpose of putting it on the water. Chables Holmes, an old hermit, of Connecticut, predicts that there won't Te a railroad line left in this country twenty-five years he...

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. — 30 March 1889

K& m. S35. 14C h fr ft- -v I if r ul : g-4WSSRW& iHliHHiiiVIIRTWIKt. SWii : , - -.-w r r 7 I ' (. Yearly Subscription $S.OO ELEVENTH" YEAR. TUJIl'TATION. BY GFOHGE CROLCir. Yoa might as well sav to the bee. As he lights on the lip of u Howtr, "Its beauty jou'ro welcome to see. But thj honey must stay and get aaar." Do vou think ho -vionM list to jon long. With the treasure ju-it under his eye-.? "o. He'd had the temptation too strong. And make u bold duh for the prizo. Or. supposms a bird on a tree. Where cherries are rosv and sweet. And j on told him to let them all be, For on thought thtm too pretty to eat. Do j on think jonr command he'd obe3 And with tcastiug his ejes ha contei: ? Xo. "To let such fruit spoil." ho would say, "Was never Dame Nature's intent." So do not be cruel and cold. And ask me to promise 1:1 '.ain : Tor when pretty lips oj-eu to scold They but tempt one to trespass again. A LAWYER'S EXPERIENCE. BY AN ENGLISH IJAHKISTEK. I liaiT been called to the Bar...

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. — 30 March 1889

m?z!&m Sgssf? " 'jpvr - .." 'J 7- - lilJi '.i-i-VWif -t .Vt " -'i-C . r3b ?S7- "a --&. ; ? k" t IE-. g. ? Ife & J- m: ?& FARMERS' INSTITUTE. The Proceedings of the Three Days. Good Things Said by Va rious Persons. The Trego County Farmers' Immi gration Society is Organized. Its General Features the Same as Becommended in the."World" of March 16, 1889. The Names of the Officers of the Farmers' Institute for the Coming Year. Wa- Keesey, Kan., March 21, 1889. THUESDAT AFTEEXOON SESSION. ' The farmers' institute met this day, pursuant to call, in the new court house. The weather not being favorable, the attendance was not large. President I. L. McGarvie occupied the chair. Owing to the absence of R. G. Kes sler, the secretary, Geo.Y. York was, on motion, elected secretary pro tern. On motion, the cha:r was authorized to appoint a program committee. W. S. Tilton, J. M. Welch and Mrs. J. Word Carson were appointed as such committee. ; The house being in working order and t...

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. — 30 March 1889

3 SPtv: re:--K V? t Wr fat rA?: -&& -' J3&: " $ .- -s , f . 5iv fP! -. :;f A"' -C S IV ?: v 3 JF li ISK" lv' IIS I 5f TIPPECAXOE" HABRISON SAVED. WAS The battle of Tippecanoe was fought .November 5th, 1811, in Indiana, on the banks of Tippecanoe Biver,. on the site of the present village of Battle Ground, between the Americans under General Harrison, and the Indians under the Prophet, Tecumseh's brother. After the famous battle until the end of his days General Harrison, grand father of President Benjamin Harrison, was known by the loving sobriquet of "Tippecanoe." Following his brilliant achievements in arms, now more than three-quarters of a century ago, General Harrison, to gether with many of his troops, was stricken with disease contracted through lack of proper food, and exposure to the miasma of that section of Indiana, and for a time his life was despaired of. Sev eral of his command lay for weeks, suf fering the horrors of disease upon the banks of the Tippecano...

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. — 30 March 1889

-llr'4"' CU & sr i -T. . iK Fiisy- .c v Sltaltttt Matins StttotftL fi.J-s - -------- 5 tW. - OFnCIAL PAPER 0? TREGO COBITY. f$-M . - i-Yi ' mrs W. S. TILTON, Editor. Saturday. March 30, 1889 - i tr ' UltivflTfrmm "X"V.w . TV JlLUHUir j.ijta rt breaker "on the hook.' H BTreeVXsia"-' , e-i L r ;& '- ti ?S if IS has a back It will keep for br The Salina Republican wmts to organ ize a Central Kansas editorial association, and promises free entertainment to the quill pushers if they will Kee that Salina gets the first meeting. "Wo accept. Ox the 16 inst. Frank Dole, of Lanr connty, lost his life at Beeler station bj being run over by a train, which took him at unawares by appearing suddenly from around a curve. Ho left a wife and a chiId A HTfGE portion of the decent element of the Republican party of Kansas City, Mifcsouri, arc nut on a strike. A rump convention nominated Recorder Daven port for ma or by bulldozing methods, and the chances for his election seem filial. Ness City...

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. — 30 March 1889

; -rr?s5s etes&&m&4. !--' rf-rz'zrs -i.--rr vaEswswr-'yTfr Mr- .-" "V -"-- ", - &P- J I' t iV ;? I&4 i?' i- k it r i? w : i :.m TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by tne "World's" Rustling Reporters. CBTJMBS FEOM COLLYEB. Collxbb, Teego Co., March 28. Madam Eamor says a new p. m: Sunday school was well attended. May tha good work prosper. J lac Marshall, of TVa-Keeney, was eeen ou our etreets Wednesday. WJiat is the attraction, Mac? A number of yonngr folks from Collyer visited C;istle Kock last Sunday. A very pleasant time was reported. A. G. Lord has been uery sick during the past week. There was a slight im provement in his condition yesterday. A fire was accidentally started south east of town Sunday afternoon, but it was put out before much damage was done. Nest Tuesday evening, April 2, will be the regular meeting of the IL N. G. All members are requested to be present. Several Collyer boys are enthusiastic members of the company. Mra. LeBron, of Oakley, came...

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. — 30 March 1889

PlPP jf: ?wiJt?flp'!S "u v .Wwfe5 S"' -v-r V.- ' " -&v . - .. S?SS'5Vf'wr-Ti.T '- ' ' -- VJ, - - A-'':i;!'i'iUvfar...!,. -. "" 'iT J!lT?,!wS,w?flT54JWK,T3 3Ka K u- -CTj - ' , -i (Vi'.v'j.T.i '--jV, . T(-j-ji vj - , kT.. "V"V,t1r5.Si"-l7H -', .. i. i rL.-i J. ' . ' j r t T T -1 -?.. r "..Crt- v-r i- . , - il C . , m it g & ? ra F2s , '. f 91J .. "- jir . ; Xs S2C Es-O C L-5a- i : X. Kit H m fe ST fl5' J rvt- ; - eij- J&-. TOPICS OF THE TEES. A Choice Selection of later eating Items. Empress Frederick lias collected 24,000 obituaiy notices of her late hus band. A woman died "while kneeling at prayer in a Methodist church in "West ern New York. Gexebal Haebison's G. A. E. post George H. Thomas has presented him. a diamond-pointed star. "With a population -of 29,000,000 Italy can at a -week's notice this year Lave 2,300,000 men under arms. I SECBKTABiEsWHiTXEYandFairchild, Senator Gray, and Representative Sow den were class-mates at Harvard. A Pekix weekly newspaper has just...

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. — 30 March 1889

tt,s$SSXri&!?M?55ii.Jjm&- i ' UI.'.hMBKD SgSJ ' "VV-W5H;"- iW SS' "Vrf, " i - r X 4-S1 lK s. W&& "4, rerv r: , HISTORICAL. Why the Senate Would Not Touch the Springer Bill. Lobbyists Had Been Too! Too! In Their Endeavors to Convert Votes for the Measure The Charges to This Effect Quite IBoId and Not at all Complimentary. tTABHiSGTOif, D. C, March 23. It is not generally known why no senator -was 'will ing to call up the Oklahoma bill after it reached the calendar in that body. Day after day -went by and the boomers used every influence, but there they stuck for want of a friend. The reason can now be stated. The senators had information, very positive, as to the use of improper means to push this measure. Senator Butler, hinted at it once or twice in debate. 33ie "bill, as it came from the house and Was re ported back to the senate reserved for town site purposes a mile wide along every mile of railroad in the territory consructed or to be laid out before the passage...

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. — 30 March 1889

SiPjkw HP!!$WP? RaHMHKBSmHBHMKBHPiMHB mTySZmtrrwfi, K--sAy&-t& jr-H: '- - SSSBBBIB SSBS 3- I"5V It P sy PsS- & if USir THE LITTLE FOLK& The Spider's Web. BT JEXTE S. VAIXET. One afternoon 'twas very warm Though pleasant was the breeze. The children played uron the lawn Beneath the maple trees. Papa was busy at his book Within an old arm-chair. And grandma trained a tender vl That needed all her care. Grandpa was writing at his desk Jnst where ho likes to stand, "When mother raised her eyes and smilsd, Her sewing in her hand. "I wonder, dears," she said, "it yoa With me would like to go, To pick the raspberries I saw Andpromisel 1 would show? "Ah, yes J I Bee it in your eyes I Your basket yo may get ; But do not tire j our li tie feet, I am not rea ly yet." Then Fanny askod could baby go? 'Twoald please the little thing ! And off sho ran to tell his nurse His warmer sack to brinj. Then Biddy wheeled his carriage roand And laid the purple shawl. The cushiar. to support...

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. — 6 April 1889

Ia' H1. & IV 'V It- - It, IC fo it r i w i? && :&$ "yearly Sufosoriptioxx $S.OO ELEVENTH YEAR. THE STORY OF A GIA3T. Interesting Skotcli of a Magnificent Speci men of I'liyslcal Manhood.' The following Iiistoryof a remarkable L& , man, which we compile from a sketch puDiisueu in a iuieuigan journal many years ago, tends to show that, notwith standing the almost universal desire for unusual gifts, it is, after all, the dead level which is safest, since even physi cal strength and noble proportions, when in excess, may so ostracize and set apart a man as to make his pre-eminence a positive drawback to him. The first record we have of Charles Freeman, the subject of this sketch, is that he appeared among other laborers on a "Western canal about the year 1810, where his extraordinary strength and stature attracted much attention. Freeman is said to have been at that time eight feet tall and to have meas ured three feet across the shoulders. His arms where they spraug...

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. — 6 April 1889

3JSgt &&&gg$hgk-Ji v 'y- IsT, M l Mr 3 fit W ZT.?. g :-- r-fi Wtftaro Itaftiis SfttoldL OFFICIAL PAPSS OF TREGO COURT. f. 5. 7L70JV, Editor. Saturday, Apbh. 6, 1889. As busy as bees, TV e're planting trees -To repel the breeze. But here's your Wokld, With banner unvaried, And the tornado burled. Football playing is taken to fondly. Col. S. S. Reynolds, of Grainfield, was in town through Tuesday. As hard as the wind was 'howling, the 3L N. G. boys were drilling Tuesday evening. , G. F. MoKnight went to Clay county on Tuesday, expecting to be absent a week or two. Mrs. J. Word Carson started on Mon day to Lan county, to stay a short time with her sons at the ranch. If you are after a bargain in land, fail not to notice the new advertisement of Maurice Walton, in this issue. , A. S. Booton, of the Winona, Kansas, Messenger, and the Chejenne, Colorado, Herald, was in town on Wednesday. Hon. S. C. Eobb's family moved to Wa-Keeney last Wednesday, and are oc cupying the C. A. B...

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. — 6 April 1889

m.4mmMm3mmimm S 2 K- H : 1 ft ft It P m r, ' I feSi'S THY MtS2V A7 VISBy .n THY ersr48K s 9.5 , af0 LOUGHS Lung balsam Slricllj PDHL It hiIiIdj 10 OPIDH In an; fori, A mo.iB the beat remedies AUea'iLi(Rliui stands pre-eminent. The druggist creak of it in nlf heat terms, as giving entire satis taction wherever It is used. Price25cta.,50cts.,and$l per Bottle. The 25-CKNT BOTTLES are put op for the accom modation of all who desire almoly a COUGH or CROUP RKMK DF. Those desinnq a remedy for CONSUMPTION or any L I .UNO DISEASE should teun the Large $1 Bottle. Mothers. Bead! OAKLAND STA KT., April 31, 1SSS. Gentlemen. The demand for AT.lcn's J-ukq Ba kaJI is Increasing constantly. The ladies think there no medicine equal to It for Croup and Whooping Cough C.8 MARTlX.DrngguU. SOLD STALL MEDICINE DEALERS. SICKHEADACHE CARTERS Fotltlvely cured fey cMe utile ruis. They also relieTe Dis tress from Drape nelson ITTLE IVER digestion andTooHearty Eating. A perfect rem edy for Dizziness, auseaBJ D...

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. — 6 April 1889

kSSfc-w' 7&r 'S-r p- r- v . strv hTXI.-i. V; T -' f" -jv, 'Vr-- .3srTfe5i.vrfi,v:tT. 7--l . . rzx. "j- v -!-? "jr-- r- irr : " rrcg . - sr-'- "sfc " - V i2-i sr -&. 3r 5& : v P"- 2C& fey ET s -5a Ifcr. Wtftem jEanis WttML OPHCIAL PAPEB OF TEE80 G0U1TT. W. S. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, April 6, 1889. Ton Ktan, of Kansas, goes as minister to Mexico. At 3:49 p. ai. on Tuesday the IT. S senate adjourned without day. CoFBAJf, Democrat, -was elected mayor of Topeka over Metsker, Bepublican. Coii. Anthony was defeated as the Be publican candidate for mayor of Leaven worth. BuiiiiY for Bradley. This refers to the one in Kentucky who has declined the mission to Cores. And Lew Headloy has been appointed postmaster at Gaylord. Here's to your health, wealth and long life, Lew! Hon. J. O. Daventobt, a prominent Democratic politician, has left Smith county, in this state, to settle in Arkansas. Davenport beat Welsh for mayor of Kansas City. The former was the Re publican nominee; t...

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. — 6 April 1889

SJST'tSj w ii? fr 4 5 t.. -Vs; &, j -Post meeting to-night Mis. Foson's residence is for rent City bond election next Wednesday. Axel Wiklond has gone to Denrer to work. " Well, will the taiced? city marshal be're- East and west, bound for the best, go the movers on their way. These are the days when nearly erery chest becomes a congher. v Tanners' Immigration Society meet ing this afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Opening day at the Ladies' Bazar will bo April 13. Everybody invited. J. C. Leahey, ex-county attorney of Ellis county, was in town on "Wednesday .7. M. Patten's genial face, from Dighton, shone upon the streets yester day. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. G. 2?. SIcKnight has been dangerously ill for several days. Next Monday is the April day for the county commissioners to meet in regular quarterly session. B. Mapes has delivered a large num ber of box-elder trees to Wa-Keeney people this spring. The W. R. C meet in G. A. E. Ball the first and third Saturdays of each month, ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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