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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 27 April 1889

?Wf3 ;s?-i?" ".ret ' &" tsV:itel ffS'PsT IWt- lis.1 K If It I COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINtS. Wa-Keeney, Kxs., April 10, 1889. Board met pursuant to adjournment. All present The matter of furnishing roller shelves for vaults in new court house was taken up and discussed. It was finally decided to buy two hun dred roller shelves to be placed in vaults for the accommodation of books. Boilers are to be of iron, of pattern as shown by H. X. Devendorf , and made by the Pauley Jail Manufacturing Co., of St Louis. The matter of depositing the county funds in banks was again taken up. Banks were instructed to submit bids for the use of the money deposited. It having come to the notice of the board that some county officers have been purchasing supplies for the county in direct violation of former orders made by the board, a new order was made by the board, viz. : Be it ordered by the county commis sioners of Trego county, Kansas, that all supplies of every kind needed for use in the offices...

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. — 27 April 1889

rr5 kjs?-?"; v .JfH. V ' -r iKrJ T te , r .. J vw kV-rty S3 JrH V sfJT m m m it- i e HE OUNCE OF PREVEN- I TION. J Under the above heading the New porkTPorld of February 10th, contains Jan editorial, of -which the following are , a few extracts: "Physicians and unprofessional men of sense agree that if people "would take a little of the pains to prevent disease that they do to have it cured that the civilized world would bo much less like a vast hospital than it is now. But the idea of a regular and stated physical examination, even of persons who are apparently well, is an excellent one. The approaches of pul monary complaints, kidney troubles, and many of the other ills that flesh is heir to are so insidious as not to be ap parent to their victim. In nothing is it truer than in disease that 'an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.' " There is a great deal of wisdom in what the "World remarks. Individuals, as a rule, do not give their physical welfare attention, and it is ...

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. — 27 April 1889

5!lWI5SSS"3re3? C Y S2K5JTlsSA! USw-P -- v Vr' 4?M: : '3 .SBS m d" ? SA 5 c w- Bar ,1 .;. Wfaro mh ftforftt -OFFICIAL PAPER OF TBE60 GOUSTT. li'. S. TtLTON, Editor. Saturday, April 27, 1889. DiaaroN has a Sons of Veterans' camp. Dighton is overdosed with dogs, the Herald claims. L. TJ. Humphkex has been appointed y ostrnaster at Arvonia, Osage county. XiEttPbitchabd, one of Graham coun ty's old timers, has moved to Colorado. That most have been a great Steele down at Jetmoro that took a whole Bake house in marriage. Ssvsbaii townships and Ness City have intfid bonds actrreratine 860,000 for a sugar factory- at that place. Scott county farmers are sowing con- Eiderable alfalfa, and the Sentinel-Herald 13 urging them to persevere. Fbank McBbide, the young editor of tbo Bogue, Graham'county, Signal, has been appointed U. S. mail agent. His route is between Atchison and Stockton. The proposition to vote bonds for a eugar plant at Dighton was permitted to go by default at the polls. The ...

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. — 27 April 1889

$p&& vsjsy5 - i5H; rs5 s f - rs&r Tf'-SSeafsKj vi?r-saF,5 " '('!'! W x T " - -V' L- T S -'f Srfii 3 V. .--i. )r. .--IT1..: , 4-r- 1 J. ',JT tK"-- "i-ax"! '& S-J- ?f-:- r we M i N S.-t M U '- ? v v ;: SFL c; . TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by tne "World's" Rustling Reporters. CEUMBS FROM COLLYEB. CotiiTEB, Tbeqo Co., April 23. Thparty Monday night was a f aitar M. A. McMillan, an "old hay eeed," -who lives on the river, reports crops look ing fine. Miss Kate McDonald, of Oakley, came down to the party Monday night, and will remain, a guest of Miss Daisy Martin, for. a few days. The militia is still growing in numbers. M. A. McMillan joined on Monday and A. Hitt on Tuesday. Both are young men of this place- So much work at the millinery shop looks suspicious. If a party steps over there of a sudden, you will see them put things under the counter in a rush. Try it. Dr. Jones is a frequent caller at this place of late. Doctor, we have no use for you, if you are a nice...

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. — 27 April 1889

'323531 . TT v5- jB26 -, ssss I r & .k t & cw tot? tfq UJ JLXLCi llMJliO. TOPICS Inter- Choice Selection of esting Items. DAKcrxoi3 said io be declining in popularity in England. Pope Leo has entered upon hia 8Ctli year. He is extremely feeble in health, j. . xw.. wuuuo F'", iuaeuu ur plant is found in the Puget Sound region. Mbs. David Brown of Princeton, N. J., has given Princeton College $25,000 in addition to the $50,000 which she gave a few months ago. Sen'ator Stanford paid $500 for windows from which to review the in augural parade, Senator Hearst $300, and Ira Davenport $150. Peachstones are used for fuel in "Vallejo, Cal. They bring $6 a ton. The apricot stone does not burn so well and does not bring so good a price. Gov. Ames, of Massachusetts, is re ported as favorable to the old custom of wearing ruffled shirts and ready to assist a revival of the by-gone fashion. Queen Victoria is said to have ac quired a marvelous fluency in Hindo etanee, in which language she ...

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. — 27 April 1889

Vvf w vjyjrap5re - "V.t z'-OG& t jr- T3VrWSjrTW IF HE' f ' v i-t (.- W" LATEST NEWS. Condensed for the Convenience of Hurried Readers. A long line of settlers slept in their tracks l&onday night, in the line formed at the Guthrie land office, determined not to lose their rights in the line There is great suffering for water among the multitude at Guthrie, as no wells havo been dug, and the water in the stream, there is not fit for drinking. The specific charges against Boulanger are corrupting the army, malversation in the war office as regards the handling of funds, and making a seditious speech. Hanna Battersby, Bamum's fat waman, died 1 ast week, and now her husband of thirty years, Barnum's living skeleton, John Bat tersby is dying. She weighed 760 pounds and left an estate valued at $45,000. The "pres3 car" was hitched to the first train out of Arkansas City, and had seventy passengers on it. From the three points, Caldwell, Hunne well and Arkansas City, there were from...

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. — 27 April 1889

r&zs&x: ry-A-is J - .$ - fJfcVrr?3J' ',-'i 7 I t Kb. MIGHTY HTOTER IS HE bill NYE'3 ADVENTCKE8 IN THE MINNESOTA JUNGIES. He Penetrates the Tropical Depths of the Great Northwest on the Back or an Ele phant, and Meets -with Several Thrilling Adventures. ' N the exhilarating Northwest, 1889: The cold of Minnesota has been gieatly exag gerated by rival States, and though at times the ther mometer lowers it self in the estima tion of society, the cold is of such a bracing character as to seem almost oppressively hot to those who are not accustomed to it. The eye sparkles, the step is elastic, and the rich blood mantles to the nose as the gayly capar isoned droska speeds blithely through the palmetto groves of the thrifty Occident. Many Southern people come to St. Paul and Minneapolis, it is said, in order to escape the rigois of their own winter. The banana belt extending from Duluth to "Winnipeg reminds one of tropical Africa. Last week Mr. Eiley Haggard and I started out for a...

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. — 4 May 1889

y ? A 'Jt& sr- - " Yearly Subscription $S.OO ELEVENTH YEAR. AN OLD SWEETHEART OF MINE. bt james -wnrrcoirB biley. As one 'who con3 at evening o'er an album all alone, . And muses on the faces of friends that he has known. So I turn the leaves of fancy till in shadowy de sign I find the smiling features of an old sweetheart of mine. The lamplight seems to glimmer with a flicker of surprise As I turn it low to rost me of the dazzle in my oes, And I light my pipo in silence, save a sigh that seems to joko Its fate with my tobacco and to vanish in tho smoke. 'Tis a fragrant retrospection for tho loving thoughts that start Into being aro like perfumes from tho blossoms of the heart ; And to droam the old dream ovor is a luxury divine. When my truant fancy wanders with that old sweetheart of mine. Though I hear, beneath my study, like a flutter ing of wings, The voices of my children and the mother as she sings, I feel no twinge of conscience to deny mo any theme When coro has cast he...

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. — 4 May 1889

j ii '-&& l-jZm&- 3 . ! !& r ' Wjcisftt fctt$if rflfl OFFICIAL PAPER OF TREGO COUHTY. W. S. TILTON, Editor. Saturday. Mat 4, 1889. A. E. Sigler haa erected a windmill on bis farm, about eir miles Bouthwest of town. A wagon-load of batter tabs of differ ent sizes arrived last Monday for the creamery. The rain of the fore part of the week gave the wheat and rye crops jost the boom they were needing. Extra cream-gathering routes have been operated this week, and the average daiiy output of bntter grows larger. County Surveyor Ferris has given his front yard a heavy top-dressing of dirt, and in this he has sown bluegraes seed. "Jack" Lewis, of the railway postal service, enjoyed himself among Wa-Kee-ney friends on Tuesday, and attended the military balL Kinney Rich came up to witness the military ball, and brought to us, as a free will offering, a large lot of asparagus roots to plant in the garden. Jos. Werlich came up from Kansas City early in the week, and haB been he...

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. — 4 May 1889

iwWaMigmmw rfir1' ' " " v--tt: -vw' ' - v ;w.r ?fHV 5"-! J J3 - . '-30T4 a- ? r St Br v 1 s& p- isc las I'i i US IS? !&& m. : - Young Politician: "Mr. TVanamaker, I suppose there -will be a number of positions vacant in your department and I should like to enter my application for one of them." The postmaster-general: "I am not so sure 'about 'positions,' but there will, I think, be .plenty of chances for work." Young Politi "tir.n (with dignified disgust): "Work? Vho's asking for work? Good-day, sir." Aunt Agnes: "Well, Ethel' I hear you're studying English history. Have you got as far as the Crusades, yet?" Ethel: "Yes." Aunt Agnes: "Then can you tell me what a pilgrim was?" Ethel: "A holy tramp." Mrs. Do Societe is up stairs," dressing for the ball. From below Mr. De Societe calls .to her. He: "My love, are you never com ing?" She: "Oh, gracious! 1 can't find the bothersome waist to this dress anywhere!'" He: "Well, come without one. Nobody will ever notice it." Miss ...

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. — 4 May 1889

a?W &y?c3 fagggSSS&HHP 1iV ' t.Ttf'-V'r. ' np rjv."' j --.' ii----&3 a1r?y-t,a' -wS7 w -m. ...-. T. ,. T7" - Y1 . '. .KfttZJH ' r . f-sb--v'-V. -v I e 4K.-ft'.3JJ sP-- t'2"J' iSLi - .-'-, T t 'ftWP ,r? v '' Tt .-- "Hi'TJJ- t f -ti. -iJ - . ST ' i Ki1 - " . u :& K s fVv ,v? ton$a$ SRtottL tt OFTICf AL PAPER OP TRESO COUSTY. W. S. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, May 4, 1889. Colby also wants a flonring milL Lst 811 with one accord prepare to ob serve Decoration day. G. B. Ckon-k, a gentleman new to that locality, has assumed the editorial charge of the Sharon Springs Leadtr. OxiiAiiosiA and whisky most not be mized. This is the order of Uncle Sam, and, therefore, weighs a ton to the word. A G. A. It. Post, we see by the Repub lican of that place, has been organized at Enssell Springs. Phil Sheridan is its Dame. The Ellis county commissionerSj we see by the Hays Times, have ordered postponed indefinitely the call for the bond election of the O., D. & S. road. Geo. W. Makt...

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. — 4 May 1889

7 $ -SsfaKaitS t '-rJ3V,ff.- rs -"- aVSA... X a&PS v wsu, -"ir.i ? ' rlSlir:" i Wv. v?1 ? -f j, 'Sc& 3T 5T SV, rwjv ?r r r r - y m; s is. 13 hyr & 3 --en-' Htmting"and fishing parties are numerous. Kan Walker is out ranch for a month or so. at his father's Dr. W. H. Winterbotham, of Salina, was in town yesterday, on business. Chas. Humble vraa up from Topeka on Tuesday, and took in the ball at night. Geo. Baker, jr., has been seriously ill for about a -week, but his condition is improving. A. P. Lawrence wont to Clay Center Thursday night, on business. He ex pected to be absent until this evening. The TkL E. quarterly meeting will open on Sunday. A love feast is on the program for in the afternoon of that day. A. J. Davis is having a ditch dug for a water main from his residence to 0. J. Ferris's well. This will afford Mr. Davis waterworks accommodations. A letter from Father Fitzpatriclr, of Concordia, Kansas, states that the Catho lic bishop of this diocese will visit ...

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. — 4 May 1889

SSSSRFPiS-?: 3vrxyHvJ H5 "W-'S--'1'- si?9gHJ V - fZrr ft; -v -"yj5 re S. i e6- 4 C8 u & tv 3?B3S 'St.. . '3-i; .(. f tv.. -' .few -?&: ifei zti. TOPICS OF THE TIMES. A Choice Selection of Inter esting Items. A Mazabdj Bible brought $10,000 at s recent auction sale in London. A. T. Rogers, of Americas, Ga., lias a $50 bill of 1778, and an 18-pence shinplaster of 1776. Convicts at Sing Sing, N. T., are going insane over the system of idle ness in vogue there. Roswell Beabdsley has held a post office in New York ever since 1828. 'His salary is $60 a year. Russell Hakrison's paper, the He lena Journal-Record, has captured the Territorial printing contract. Feed Wiebens, of'Hartwell, Ga., will start in May for a bicycle trip through Europe, Asia and Africa. , The organizers of the twine trust, (which the farmers are fighting in the 'interest of cheaper harvesting, are 'high-binders. The New York World speaks of the possible nomination of Chauncey M. Depew as "Minister Dinnerpoten...

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. — 4 May 1889

wm 5?? PgfSr rj- itJF -4 J "- if - -v-r & I&fe ,- .- to & i i& 1 wi U3 '& u- . .r h Etfra.. rjfz r'i'o LATEST NEWS. Condensed for theConvenience of Hurried Readers. There is considerable excitement in Saline (county, Missouri, over the discovery of gold near Arrow Bock. A California expert has pronounced it a rich find. . Despite the fact that every train takes out large numbers, the trains bring in as many more, so there is little change in the actual number at Guthrie. The pride of Glasco, Kan., the new opera house, burned with a total loss, including the two stores in the building. A school ex hibition had been on during the evening. General Merritt has issued a formal notice commanding people not to occupy the Cher okee strip, and only to pass through it along the regular roads in their return from Okla homa. The original plat of Guthrie. Oklahoma, has been accepted by the United States land office and sent to Washington, which is "first horse" for the deputy...

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. — 4 May 1889

W'isim tiTBsg&m &&' - AClS i "" .. " .- . - Y f ' V, ?iv; 4t 5S ,r .v- 7- ?? IXTXDIGTT7JL Hark to the click Of the type in the stick I day fall and they meet with monotonous sound, As swiftly the fingers that seize them go round To harry them Into the stick. With a click, click, There they are in the stick ! What do the types tell the world as they stand ! - Here it is satire ; there eloquence grand. Weak as nothing when single, combined they command A wonder-power in their click. As in order they march into the stick, Look again in the stick. To the workers of evil they sorrow betide; The cheat and oppressor m vain trv to glide Away from the click, but the earth cannot hide Them awaj from the click, click. Of the types falling into tho stick. As they click, click, in the stick, Monarchs and tyrants their marshalling dread ; They know tnat to ireeuom tno ivr"9 aaYO been wed. And the visons thoy see aro in color blood red. And they shake at tho sound of the click. Hark, t...

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. — 11 May 1889

Iitrr :s - V 4 i- J f t t 3 U&, rfe S i: WfSfBBSSSf r- 'i' V kg J M. "S"arly STitosoriiatioxx $S,QO ELEVENTH YEAR. TEE CHILDREN. Some Pleasant Stories for the Amusement of Our Juvenile Readers. "IT ISN'T HARD AT ALL." Hew Harry Was Lead Into the Tempta tion of Playing Cards Clock Gongs and Bells. "It Isn't Hard at All." "I never can learn all that," sighed QTit a little one. And it was really quite a long column. Just then her eyes rested upon an ant tugging along with a big burden. She forgot her lesson to look at the busy ant. What hard work it had to drag that dead beetle! It would pull and rest, pull and rest, but at last got home. The little lass took up her book, and the spirit of the ant came into her. One pull at a time, one word at a time. She hung onto her lesson as the ant to its load. After a while she sang out: "I know it. It isn't hard at all."' Clock Gotujs and Hells. One of the most interesting part3 of a clock is its striking-work, some clocks striking hours, ha...

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. — 11 May 1889

- t Wr r s "sKi 5TT.v.ii r' . , zJ- ; ? W-J '-' " re? - Wtero $amsia$ SKtarML omiui PAPM OF T1EI0 COWTY. W. 8. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, May 11, 1889. Written lor toe Kansas City, EuhMi Qajette KANSAS WIND. A Kansas wind doth me annoy, Taking from life one-half its joy; Starting the dnst at break of day, Snatching my breath almost away; Straining all day at every tree, Tis quite o'erdone, it seems to me; This wind of which I now complain, A curs'd southwestern hurricane. To those who of the zephyr prate, I hare no song to emulate; Still claiming all good due my state, I must declare it cruel fate To have my nerves held ever tense With hopes of rest in dull suspense, "While hot from Arizona's sand Sweeps this wind, a blighting brand. It is not gentle in its touch, Nor soft and cooling, you will vouch; When at eve, for a time it lulls. Only to strengthen when next it pulls, You feel all limp and worried out By the wind so cuffed about. Until 70U wish a cave to find, And in strong word...

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. — 11 May 1889

ifert-' y-v'ij SK ZJZ-W W " t - S5 7 sQY ss-sris as xfA?rSts. s r -LlJ ' ns 5"9 mw&fm- kt" , '"fJ'i'S ?-' "" -. tRbjtJ X1 i 1-, : &? K i2i I K r 3? .-St,. sOft -THXCKWhfc At Dacoaim xkd Dxauas. CMAIUE8 A. V06ELEI CO.. BtlUaer . M. ICKHEADACHEI IITTLE IVER oigastton and TocHeaftj EatinE 1. perfect rem edy for DizilnessauseafJ Drowsiness, Bad xmub in the Mouth. Coated! PILLS. TosgneJPsinin the Bide. TOKPID LTVEB. They regulate the Lowell Purely Vegetable. Frice 2B Ceats; CASTES HEDICnTE CO., EW Y0E. Small Pill. Small Dose. Small Price. rniur.rnia cizx- Fcr two yean I bad rheumatism so bad that it diEsbled mc for work and confined me to my bed for a whole year, during which time t could not even r&lce my -basis to my head, ana lor a montns coma noi moe myrelf in bed,w&s reduced in flesh from lS2to861bs. Was treat ed by best physicians, on! v to crow worse. Finally I took Swift's Specific, csd soon began to improve. After a whle waa at my work, and for tho past Ave month...

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. — 11 May 1889

ffS &pi C . ' r .: 'S a -? 3?: Gv & a AT lf SSI A., p9"- 2& 3 i. Sa'-fJ V ,dVft Tv-i - fWrttaw Sro& toML OFHCIll, PAPEl 0FY1ES0 C0STY. - I. 5. 7I70JV, Editor. Saotbday, May 11, 1S89. The Ncas has been informed of the existence of a bng-juice joint at Ness City. --; Beloit people are to hear the oratory of Congressman Turner on Decoration day. Me Is&txji, of the Winona Clipper shies a huge editorial brickbat at such of the Logan county officers aG,are opposing bis appointment ns postmaster. The Stardanl wants to see a sohool bouse and a conrS house built at Lcoti. If there is any thing unreasonable in this wanf.it fnite to crop out at this office. Dan C. Nutting, jr., ot Norton, passed the bst examination at Colby last week, knd he will bo recommended by our congressman for appointment as a naval cadet at Annapolis. TH2 board of trade of Goodland, Kan sas, aro said to be working in Oklahoma for a Sherman county boom. That is, they are scattering boom literature th...

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. — 11 May 1889

T-T- 'jrtS.f-'fiti&!&P?r?&r Si 'iar j 'rjrvvr:r3s-ierr-r-ar-yj-T? rv;vvi'7',rf -?"v ''ZZS-zi r rSrr " T ML -.S- . SHlTS .'-' " Ir r -a J ' " -i 2Tfv- I . . - ? X ,f5& jA ' V, 3?-5??45rw""- & i-'.iv y zmmk ,t. . ; .-- .. . - ,?iT t."!,". JsI-v i I -.- -t-r .eSs ,. 3- . BR?'&!ri9 hsr i (u lL r. r IK THE OEEAMERT. WILL IT BE A SUCCESS? The Answer to Depend Upon the People. This seems to be tho question that is going the rounds at present. While I will not venture to answer the question at the present time, I would like to call attention to a few of the sources from which success must come, if it comes at alL In the first place, we must have plenty of good pure cream. Secondly, it must be skillfully handled at the creamery. Thirdly, it must "have good business management. The creamery must bo a failure if any one of tho three is lacking. I shall confine myself principally to the first source, or clement, of success. "We certainly expect that we have a man that ca...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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