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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 11 May 1889

.--rr43 fr rvf rvsi & .. - . ..V .5LMlt W-?,;.., 3'J i JT 'i BCrt Vv y IS" litrt NF ?a rafe TOPICS OE THE TIMES. Choice Selection of Inter esting Items. Two Tikgixia youths recently fought a duel, and fired forty-tiro shots at each other -without either being wounded. There is a hoy in Lutherville, Ga., "who has six grandmothers and three grandfathers still living. His name is Willie "Whit? Wilson. A curiously twisted root of an oa tree, exhibited at Punta Gorda, Fla., is said to show all the letters of the al phabet in its convolutions. Prikce Louis de Ligxe and Yicomtc de Jonghe fought a duel at midnight by torchlight in a French forest. Noth ing was wounded except the trees. Mrs. Axthoxy, of Portland, Oregon, dreamed that there was a burglar in the house. She awoke later on and found that her dream was being ful filled. If it is going to be popular for great singers and actresses to kiss their at torneys when they "win a case, the practice of law in New York may have a boom. ...

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. — 11 May 1889

ip!fsp srjv.'e - -ss. -Mfc-i. ,r.ix' i 4. 'rr? ESS. P-KSS5w "rV & - 1 -: fcBeUa .! p- r l -v Ir . ' Wi? s5SS. LATEST NEWS. Condensed for the Convenience of Hurried Readers. AG. A. It. post has been organized at Charleston, S. C, composed of white veter ans, the greater part of whom have resided there twenty years. W. W. Coke, of Medicine Hodge, Kan., has been appointed special agent of the agricul tural department in charge of sorghum sugar experiments. Terrible inundations have occurred in all directions up the Sauguenay river. Between Chicoutimi and St, Alphonse most all the bridges have been swept away. The Fort Madison. Iowa, Daily Gem City announces the death of James C. Pusey, late of Kansas. He died May 3, at the resi dence of his brother-in-law, John E. Phillips. Secretary Windom with cholera morbus. has been quite sick Secretary Blaine Las recovered from an attack of lumbago, and received Sir Julian Pauncefote, and went with him to the "White house where the British min...

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. — 11 May 1889

-Mf &.? 'r wr"9Ma BJi1. 'da," -i..j'K' . Fj? rs sf-lsr :j"i. --- V tj IW 2 srf.1 - " - a . . yt i- i -i t oir i oTi-niici ;5C KA t tA iri-MAnftlta. WRONGS THAT TRAVELERS .SUFFER AT THEHJ HANDS. eriptlons on Trunks Which Indicate the Character or the Owner The President' Cishaps In the Twin Cities Touching: Story of the Reformed Lecturer. "1VEBY thinking student has 'doubtless noticed that -when he en ters the office or autograph de partment of an American inn a live and alert male person seizes his va lise or traveling-hag with much earnest ness, -writes Join Nye from Minne- . apolis. He tnen conveys it to some sequestered spot and does not again return. He is the porter of the hotel or inn. He may be a humble porter just starting out or he may be a swollen and purse-proud porter with silver in his hair and also in his sock. I speak of the porter and his humble lot in order to show the average Amer ican boy who may read these lines that humor is not the only thing in Amer ica wh...

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. — 18 May 1889

fc3$e. ' ?" V IV- : it . f ,v it if t K & k& if m is; , . . Yearly Siatosoription. $2,00 ELEVENTH YEAR. DOWN TO TITK CAPITAL. by jaiies v.ihtcoiib iuixy. I be'ndnn to the Capical at Washington.D. C, Where Congress meets and passes on the pen sions ort to bo Allowed to old ono-legged chaps, like me, 'at senco the -war Don't wear our punts In pairs at all and yit how proud -we are ! Old Flnkons, from our dee3trick, je3' turned in and tuck and made Mo stay -nithhim while I was there; and longer 'at I staid The more I kep' a-wantin' je3 to kind o get away, And yet a feelin' sociahlcr with Flakens ever' day. Ton seo, I'd got tho idy and I guss3 moat folks agrees 'At men as rich as him, yon know, kin do jes' "what they please ; A man worth stacks o' money, and a Congress man at all, And livin in a buildin' bigger 'an Masonic Hall. Now mind, I'm not a-fanltin Fluke he made his money square, We both were Forty-niners, and both busted gitin' there; I weakened and onwindlessed, and 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. — 18 May 1889

$ igissniiSk -Sk HVV ' -j Kcft,. '. Cti-S. i-W" '" h5 r hP El rr l& I5 r "j- Jif w"V- iKfetmt grow Wmjjfl? ?P. OFFICIAL PAPEB OF 7BEQ0 COUITT. W. S. T1LT0N, - - Editor. Saturday, May 18, 1889. -Commercial drummers continue to A. H. Blair's new barn has been -well painted. Hudson Harlan returned on Monday from Nebraska. . ilifis Kilpatrick has been visiting at Quinter this week. Opp Harkins reached home Tuesday morning from Texas. The street commissioner keeps busy, with a force of hands. Mr. Cyrus Monroe's residence has been given a new coat of paint. W. C. Olson has been at his Smoky valley ranch nearly all the week. Considerable dirt "has been dnmped, this week, along the middle of Franklin street. La wj or Dan ford has been attending the district court at Hays City the most of the week. We received a pleasant call last Sat urday from J. M. Preshaw, of the eastern part of the county. Mr. and Mrs. S N. Wolf are the He put in an ap- parents of a new boy. pearance on Tnesday. Thi...

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. — 18 May 1889

P&SSSSSgq .S" ar.i', , l: JST "i w. - fKrv11 re aa;-? r ?0 & -fife re - '. V m m ? ig KANSAS STATE NEWS. By -wire from Abilene: The residence of Mrs. Ella Wahl burned. Loss, $2,000; insurance, S800. Wamego Agriculturist: Col. Trout and his company of lady zouaves in uniform paraded Lincoln avenue cre ating considerable excitement and com ment. Horton Commercial: The crater ta bles for the new opera house are all cut and ready for laying. We understand the contract has been let to a Topeka firm, and that the work of bricklaying will commence at once. Sterling Gazette: It is rumored that Mr. T. H. Brown, president of the Ster ling salt company, is in receipt of a let ter from England announcing that he has fallen heir to a forty thousand dol lar estate in the old country. Ulysses Begister: The contract for the erection of the new $8,500 school house has been awarded K. "W. Opling er, the lowest bidder. Work has begun on the foundation and getting out stone. Mr. Oplinger will s...

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. — 18 May 1889

m :y 44fv n f3tv'VJ ; 55-. - V Ert- St G&?- tH a -fn," fjri NX &L "if 5 tyttitm Em$M ml&. OFFICIAL PAPER OP THE60 COMITY. W. 8. TILTON, Editor. Satueday, Mat 18, 1889. JOake county politics is beginning to ll;ng life, the Herald says. Deoobatiox dax is to be observed at jEays City, It is Herald-ed. that 7,000 trees are being et into the park at Dighton. ' It comes through the Courier that the outside course of the new Norton county court house is to be built of Kansas City pressed brick. ' Ocx old friend, Edward C. Lane, of the journal, has been appointed postmaster at LaCygne, in this- state. The appoint ment is an excellent one. The latest is that the dismissal from office of U. S. Marshal Jones, of Kansas, is soon to be ordered by the president, as the result of his actions in Oklahoma not having been explained satisfactorily. Tuesday afternoon of last -week, the Courier telb, "Win. Grommon, while lay ing stone at Beloit, was struck by at least a ton of dirt which cav...

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. — 18 May 1889

r V- V kS- t TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. GLBNCOE GLEANINGS. Glescoe Tovtoshif, May 15. Jo. Gable is breaking on. his claim, 24 13, 2L G. W. Cross -was visiting at B. Fur- beck's last -week. Lightning struck Elmer Gilford's house, in Ellis, laBt Sunday night E. D. "Wilson has had a severe attack of cholera morbus, but ho is better. r TJnclelSamuel TEing has recovered. I don't think he was sick, but he wanted rest Jackson, the coyote slayer, came from Wa-Kecney last Saturday with eighteen new silver dollars. Svrein Pearson say he has pnt out a bar rel of onion sets, and is going to plant a barrel of sauer kraut J. C. Carr, clerk of school district 3G, 331Iis county, visited a fow days ago the school in district 11, Trego county. Mr. Cypher, of Eouth of Wa-Keency, has five brood mares in Milt Johnson's pasture. If these are specimens of Mr. Cypher's stock, it is nice Ira Huston, of Ellis, has been planting potatoes on his forty, in 32, 13, 21. ...

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. — 18 May 1889

& KT f 7i-U I fi'g&'r' f s-t - i t?iss2rjr-rr--r - - jSgyvPs. ."W- s - x&d " - i - 'tft '-i. rJ .-- -1- s? & ? ?? 4 Cv- sbtj: ny if:- V, "'& - 3fc f -, -3$- v etst S Jr? 6." ff -p p-.tTr 5 T"tf TOPICS OF THE TIMES. Choice Selection of Inter esting Items. Pigskin is now used for gloves and children's shoes. These are but sixteen female doc tors in Paris, it is said. Seveeai people have gone insane at Victoria, B. C, victims of the salvation army excitement. It is an odd fact that Jay Gould, rain or shine, winter or summer, always car ries an umbrella. The Indiana woman who only a short time ago married for the seventh time is now seeking a divorce The women in England exceed the men by 3,000,000, and yet Englishmen come to America for their wives. In the city of New York there are npward of fifty able Methodist preach ers -nho are paid less than $500 per year. Has. Humphrey Ward's "Robert Elsmere" has acquired undying fame. A new linen collar has been named after ...

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. — 18 May 1889

r s" r -wsEr-wifMSk?jft.T - iii'"artjiot...-js. . t',-v . -1 i VVfd-.&fe .X.. "ft3 rS11- R m 2N & 1 kiSSi ssr ls fe hi & u wbr 1 ijs E& 7? LS :'r Hi tc pt' IV tf rjfc rtS. R, !: &. . r v LATEST NEWS. Condensed for the Convenience of Hurried Readers. The three bald knobbers were hung at Ozark, Mo., May 10, bat a botch job was made of it. The rope broke on one, and Btretched on the others. General William S. Harney, the oldest officer of the United States army, died May 9 at Orlando, Florida. He -was 89, and had been on the retired list five years. The storm in the east passed over New Jersey, fif tymiles an hour and struck New York City with a sand storm worse than is ever experienced on the western plains. Highwaymen attacked a paymaster and his escort, on their way to pay ths men at Fort Thomas, Ariz., and got away with $29,000. Eight of the escort were wounded. The executors of the will of Myra Clark Gaines have won the suit, ra the United States supreme court,...

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. — 18 May 1889

r?s,ptsrsi. nl"-z u . ry. rf .n- iiv3?&r -Xs ? $ ysp i? J w,. t W vr- ; !3? e tWlT &8. W J3t sj- r- 'xys? 3& . X)ijt "G. P?3 ;&, i -&Jf e-v ' S0 ii rIX- r-f ' t P s- V "3L WV iranro. BT FXiORZXCX JOSKPUOnC BOTda The springtime ia coming, The triM bee ia bamming. The brown earth is spotted with green; The robins are singing. The Tvarm breezes flinging Sweet odors the mountains between. The willows are dipping. And nodding and dnpjjng ; Along where tne watccress grows ; Bright sunbeams aro glancing, ' Sweet wild flowers entiancing, On banks where the mountain stream flows. The crocns is creeping. And cautiously peeping, To learn if the weather 15 cold; The daffodil, sighing. Is every way trying To peep its head np through the mold. The bee and sweet clover Think best to wait over, ' Till lilies and roses appear; When skies will be clearer, And summer songs nearer, The v promised again to be here. "Wauhfield. Vt JUST AS I HAD DEE AMD. BY EDWARD E ABLE. It -was a dre...

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. — 25 May 1889

5i. v - " "- It T 1 NT p: t V &rKt ;y?v wm rv .' "Yearly Sixtosoription $2.00 ELEVENTH YEAR. THAT IOi:T Ol THE FUTURE. BT CIIARI-E3 IinXKY 'WEBB. X've been reading, Sir. lUley, In a recent maga zine. Of your Poet of the Future -with tho truly rural mien. Of tho careless, simple fashion in -which holl choose to come "With tho beauty of his huglo3 overbalancing tho drum : And by what bis hands hold not, and by -what ho does not ear, I rather think I'd know him, if I mot him any- here : But really, Mr. Kiloy, I do not clearly seo Eowjouci'n at such a distance s-iy that tho Poet's -he." Tor it may bo that this singer who shall our souls confess and comes to us with bugles will wear thcin onherdress; That we shall find her shining with rcarl3 upon hor brpast. Or radiant in somo cottago a3 she lulls hor babes to rest ; T" tho choir of tho cathedral wo may hear her pure voice swell ; Or murmuring some pweot mcasuro as sho serves us from tho well; For her hands may not bo sunburned alth...

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. — 25 May 1889

lO - ? 5.' S '-J- '-S-?-:- 4j8i,i:;jw - w A - .t : 5,5 -"" ? ?HL .&rx.?.-i&'.-". lf .. "T "- 3. r V-StS5?- -W - V v-ssy j- k e -,-- , if S2r SSHFigW? j1 -"?v El-Jf. 3. - sir '? 1 4? $2h- n- pr ft- Vltttem Smtai WM1 OFFICIAL PAPER OF THEG0 COUITY. ft. S. T1LTON, Editor. Saturday, Mat 25, 1889. ' The Cleveland -was dosed to custom jast JJatnrday. C. M. McClarea -went to Abilene Tues day night, and remained there a day or Spicer, the tailor, took a business trip- to Millbrook and Hill City on Wednesday jand Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Lawrence received a visitation Tuesday evening in the form pi a neTV daughter. Next Monday is the day for the reg ular spring term of the Trego county dis trict court to be opened. J. M. Patten, oDighton,was in town jon Monday, transacting business before the government land office. Will. Dray was down from Oakley la6t Sunday to spend the day with his people. He returned Monday forenoon. Mr?. Winslow, a Quakeress, preached to a large audience in ...

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. — 25 May 1889

-32 IrfZ 'IS1?--? KK"? ' ' . '. . V -2 .- f tr- r'jo .. -J SSTSSSET' 3& ? : J 1 f EST i&z CABINET MEN'S WIVES. MESDA30S8 BIABE, IVIXDOM, WASA MAKKH, AND OTHERS. Sketches and Portraits of the Indies of the 2few Administration Their Physl- i eal and Mental Characteristicsad Their .Agreeable Manners. HRS. BLAINE is. will-fitted to fill tfie position of wife of the Secretary of State, as she has wMDM Knowledge acquired 'e Qmffim ky over twenty years' residence in Washington. She is tail, well - formed, Tvith dark eyes and hair that is rapidly turning jjray. She is a trifle reserved in 'manner, bat has had lthe -widest oppor- tunities of travel. and when interested she is a most agree- vbs. sum able talker. Mrs Blaine was born in Ipswich, Mass., Oct. 12, 1828, and is two years the senior of Mr. Blaine. Her father was Jacob Stanwood, a well-to-do merchant, who, by no means wealthy, was a thorough-going business man and brought up a large family of children. Her mother's maiden nam...

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. — 25 May 1889

i r K- 1551 F fiy? vir-- , rra.jVJ Wf rte iBniwr SflEtarJl FACIAL PAPE1 OF T1EG0 COURT. W. 8. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, Mat 25, 1889. A Gbakd Abmy Post has been mus tered at Brownell, Ness county. Whole heaps of physical and mental labor crop out in the well-filled columns of the Bussell Record. The Republican is nearly as clamorous for a flouring mill at Eussell Springs as the World is for one at Wa-Keeney. Despite the fear occasioned by the late frosts, all kinds of fruit, the Gaylord Herald says, Trill be more abundant this year than ever before in that section of country. Seasonable requests in all ages have been granted the dead. We have one to make. The next fellow who "invades our grave to hammer a 'stiff ' " will please bring along the credentials of his lineage. Secbetaby MohiiEX makes publication to the effect that the oats crop in Kansas covers 1,910,551 acres, an excess over that of last year of 259,737 acres. The crop is in better condition than it ever was before at 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. — 25 May 1889

aawjsrt gPTir?f-; -N?V- -i-rzrw r$3SiS53 - ..& ti. t-ir a fCV-rtp-V'-saJ?' aAAi frr- .) m ik i. & "'2. TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Serve) up by the "World's3 Reporters. Rustling OGAT.T.ATT OO ZINGS. OaALiiAH, Tbeoo Co., May 21. The wheat prospects are fine in this lo cality. Children's day will be observed in Ogallah. j. if. Jkiarquana purcnaBed a spring wagon at Mead's sale last Saturday. A. E. McCollom has taken a contract to break 100 acres of prairie near Hays City. H. Goller, section boss at Ogallah, will move his family here in the near future. Mrs. M. A. Alsop made final proof on her pre-emption, near Ogallah, last Sat urday. Miles Knapp has sold his self-binder to parties at Oakley. They came for it on Wednesday. Thomas Tarpey has the finest garden in the county. If you don't believe it, just take a look around his place. Ogallah beats the world for weddings. Davidson last week, Tarpey this week; and the prospects are good for one next week. Say, Charlie, the next time yo...

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. — 25 May 1889

afSS ? BJfamaMamaMaaMMaaMaaaMaMB ,-3 Sj ftf J 5 r4 3W -t...!- . - -S J-,-" V j. " -t V T jt y -S- W . f f tr . "dT V JJ--V j- XXu" 5 'J 4- ls JK r I s 2sr r m fe. "8 r2&' u "fit TOPICS OF THE TIMES. A Choice Selection of. Inter- i esting Items. The Indiana 'woman "who only a short time ago married for the seventh time is now seeking a divorce. In the city of New York there -are upward of fifty able Methodist preach ers who arc paid less than $500 per year. The King of Belgium is said to con template a journey to the Congo in the hope of starting a boom in the interior of Africa. Josephtxe Marie Bedard, a French girl living in Tingwick, Mass., has eaten nothing for seven years, and is is still alive. Robert M. McLaxe, ex-Minister of the United States to France, will spend a year in Paris after he is relieved by "Whitelaw Beid. "He is one-eighth icsthetic and seven eighths damphool," is the opinion of La Lanterns, the French daily paper, of Oscar Wildo. A flock of about one thousa...

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. — 25 May 1889

' iftS5?2H- ?-H 5SSS!efS5 ctrt. S x. -. &? .WA? v " - m- sc. fe !?- K 1 j-v i- l ; & ; ti& LATEST NEWS. CondensedfortheConvenienco of Hurried Readers. The people of Kansas City, Kan., are car ing for the children of Detective Gilley, who was murdered there in open court. Judge Foster, of the United States court, has overruled the motion to quash the in dictment against the publishers of Lucifer at Valley Falls. About 475 of the officers and men from the 'wrecked war ships at Samoa have ar rived at San Francisco. Admiral Kimberly, ten officers and seventy-five men remain at Apia. Thirty per cent, of the horses in and around Indianapolis, Ind., are sick with a disease which resembles malarial fever. A number have died, of which fifty-six were kept for light driving. The Iowa gaand jury has failed to indict the river land settlers. They go back to their crops, on the land from which they were evicted. An English syndicate, through John P. Grant, of New York, has consummated...

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. — 25 May 1889

E&if&S K'r l. Is U: & ? p. t- i iy ST FZOBEJCE JOSEPHEf BOTCB, "Truth crashed to earth will riso gam, A proverb old, yet new ; A consolation, yon Trill find, ' When tronblc comes to yon. "When 111 of others yon may hear, lYoin idle gossip's mind, So not believe too soon, my friend, Bet seek the truth to find. Kor coldly tnm from trusting friends "When jealousy's vile snaro Has spread her wily meshes o'er Alilethatoncoitas fair. For some time yon may feel the- sties Of envy's poisoned tongue ; Perchance- in life's maturity, Perchanco when life is young. Then, for the good you wi-b to do. Heed not the gossip's mind ; Nor censuro friend nor foe before The truth you seek to find. t VHTSITELD, Vt. WT M OKDlS AKY GIRL. BY OLIVE IIAKPEB. "Mirandy, look out and see if that in't Lord's Mercy coming along the road driving them critters." "Yes, it's her, barefoot as usual." "And the ground all frosty like it is. t is a shame of that father of her's to treat her so." Down the roadwa...

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. — 1 June 1889

S " 'Srtp' 'jtV li.f . ' Fr re 6v t lf if If- m UL u r? ?.? Svjcfi. Efc lCr -mi WStSTJE f.VCT'i-r ' V "X'eai'ly Sutosorijation $S.OO ELEVENTH TEAR. THE ARCH OF AURELIUS. A Xfoblo Roman Monument Hidden Among the Squalid Hotels of Tripoli. It is characteristic of Tripoli that the most remarkable monument in the whole town one might almost say in the entire province should be so hid den away amid a litter of squalid and unsightly hovels that a careless observer might easily let it pass unnoticed. In deed, more than one student of Mr. Murray's red-bound Koran has left Tripoli under the impression that the Arch of Aurelius exists no longer, having doubtless expected to see some thing like the Arc de Triomphe at Pans, or the Brandenberger Thor at Berlin, or the "Gate of Tiberius" at Ancona. But the wonder is actuallv there for all that. Picking your way along one of the narrow streets that lead up from the harbor, you are struck with an inde finable something in the aspect of a shapeless ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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