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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 1 June 1889

mm&mmMBMmmmmmmmmsGmmmEiammsMBmGMammm V5X1 wgs-rw :prl k i&F&g K& 5g. " : " ' -Lf - -. r5J.if' . Lev r K& 'izrs-J. WStaw gattft SJtoll OFFICIAL PAPER OF TREGO COUITY. W. S. TILTON, - - Editor. Saturday, Juite 1, 1889. Mr. Gamble, a prominent Wallace law yer, is in attendance at court. The hand-organ grinder has been on our streets apportion of the week. Thos. L. Fike, the Collyer druggist, has lent his presence to the throng. Mrs. John Ilonnqnist and family went to Denver Monday night to take up their residence. City Marshal Brady and family have moved into the first building north of W. B. Holmes's. John E. Heesen, Esq., of Manhattan, has been making some able arguments in court this week. Of course, T. D. Hamilton, of Wallace, has been with the bar circle of the district -court this week. H. J. Harwi, Graham county's best known lawyer, was in Wa-Keeney a few w hours last Monday. Job work is active at this office. Please leave your orders on Saturday or Monday wh...

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. — 1 June 1889

r - - ' - ' . kf ra ib Jh? ssr a ni&t v ISA ife 4 fid fr " , !& St' KANSAS STATE NEWS. The Leoti Farmer says that arrange ments have been made for building a $10,000 school house at that Wichita county city. H. V. Felt, son of lieutenant Govern or Andy J. Felt, is now sole proprietor of the Summerfield Sun, having purchased Mr. Fabrick's interest. Sterling Gazette:; The city council of Stafford held a special meeting and voted $200 out of the public fund to aid the cyclone sufferers. Bazine Leader: The creamery is now nnisnea ana the machinery placed in position and in good running order. The machinery -was set in motion a few days ago, and everything worked like a charm. A Chetopa dispatch: The fine resi dence of Elijah Adams burned to the ground with the loss of all the contents except the furniture and piano from be low stairs; only about half covered by insurance. Hutchinson Democrat: Work on the sewer is rapidly progressing, the contractors employ a force of sixty men a...

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. — 1 June 1889

Eeer- p-r-v5fs 2s 4. -fsP'v-V - Km - t - -C - '- J i ",4k J&T- .-v. ,-, . ' " j "" -: ""V -4?int ,."" 1 ' ' '& ILlkSbC- 'A:s - A .iV t-'5 , 'V - V '? V's;- 'tk- , sr-r v s&$Z&C 6- i. "- SHA Kir KT -4 fcft p& L - F?- 1 m. sn 4 U & ft r 1 ir: hi PS JlUfc - Wiltor Iffatwai WmrUL OFFICIAL PIPES OF TEEGO COUITY. W. 5. 7ZT0tf, - - Editor. Saturday, Juke 1, 1889. The Ness County Normal will open on 'July 8. IABge assemblages were at Wallace and Oakley on Decoration day. S. Howabd, living twelve miles north , of Oakley, has been declared insane. THE-govemment land office at Concor dia, in this state, has been merged with the one at Salina. The Leader speaks in glowing terms of the success of the creamery at Bazine. It is manufacturing both butter and cheese. Steps will soon bo taken at Ness Cit.r, the Ncvjs says, to establish a mill at -that place for the manufacture of oil from millet seed. Mbs. Bell, of Logan county, the News Letter tells, recently received a broke...

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. — 1 June 1889

ztm p ,t - '- r: $ ?fi;r" &5-!?' &8?&r?ti$&i '& ' w L EC 10- I? l& m If DECORATION DAT. Its Observance at Wa-Keeney Grand Affair. live Hundred People Oration. Hear the Two Thousand Persons Go to the Cemetery. The.Ogallah Neighborhood Out in Force. N The South Part of Graham County Represented. A Good Many Smoky Valley Peo ple Present. The Graves Covered with Beauti ful Flowers. Salute Fired at the Cemetery. TOBttN3 TO KABCII TO COUBT HOUSE. At 1 30 p. M., Company "D," K. N. G., and Captain Trego Poet, G. A. K., formed in front of Grand Army Hall, and marched to the court room. The court room was crowded to ita utmost capacity. Not less than five hundred persons were pres ent, and there were many who tried in vain to gain an entrance. FLOWBBS, MOTTOES AKD FLAGS. About the speaker's platform a wealth of flowers had been placed by the ladies. Flags and mottoes lent their aid in ren dering beautiful the scene. XXKECTSES IN THE COUBT BOOM. Reading of orders by J. ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 1 June 1889

m y&sm iKJ ?;- "j fK-i-, - - r nSK ." i 's ''&-Z'&'- s? t-Sr" , ' -V EfcM r te. f? ' Zi '&?, N TOPICS OF THE TIMES. A' Choice Selection of Inter esting Items. John Shake had Hs red mustache dyed a beautiful black in a Cincinnati barber shop two months ago, but now lie has none at all. His lips were poi soned and are being slowly eaten away. A gentleman of Americus, Ga., owns a jug which has carried liquor for his family for over one hundred years, This is perhaps the oldest "growler" in the country. Misses Hattie Blaine, Florence "Windom, Miss Miller, and Miss Proc tor will be the Cabinet families' con tributions to the Washirston debut antes next winter. The most expensive ready-made cor set sold in the fashionable stores is valued at $35: It is made by hand in Paris and is lined with heavy silk, with the steels covered -with dofrn. The Brooklyn Eagle cannot believe that an increase of the salaries o State legislators would make them any more honest. A man "who won'...

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. — 1 June 1889

5VT.V: wTpr- vfff&KX sf" ,& jV?J jt -" jj ... v-jk iti T i' fSOC iL-s s 1 F ;i 11? H r r 6r b i.Y V. Pai fi& " KfT : - V. r . ? r- U 3L" LATEST NEWS. Condensed for the Convenience of Hurried headers. The $50,000 residence of General A- P. Dodge, at Danville, Wis., burned down while the house, was filled with 175 guests, dancing. The war sb'p Boston has been ordered to Hayti to relieve another one there. This is acting on the policy to not leave a vessel long exposed to yellow fever. The Union Pacific and Bock Island trains Were delayed by washouts, caused by a waterspout, which fell between Lawrence and Kansas City on the night of the 23d. A story comes from "Wichita about the ab duction of a Mrs. Bhinehart, who said she was from Cincinnati. Another story says that Bhinehart is not her true name. 3 Hutchinson, Kan., has given one man a twenty-five years franchise for telephone, electric light and gas works. The following appointments have been made in the interior depart...

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. — 1 June 1889

p "" viv fp t i(S '.i,i W" t m t" i? fn j - JF ,I - 1 AFICTUXK.- CT CUBA X. HOWAXD, To-night comes a picture before me. As 1 sit in the firelight glow, Watching the ambers slowly dying Tls a scone from long ago. It carries me back to my childhood, The same childish fancies I feel As were conjured up by the firelight, And the ham of the spinning-wheel, 'Jam back in the log-house kitchen, 'With its fire place deep and wide, The back-log blazing brightly. Queer shadows on eTery side. Great sparks fly up the chimney, "We children watching them go Think they will fall again to-morrow. Transformed into flakes of snow. There, In the warmest corner. The sleepy old tabby cat sits, With a wary eye on the house dog Where he dozes by starts and fits. There, on the well swept hearthstone, My brothers are playing a game, Their merry faces lighted up By the blazing fore-stick's flame. Grandma, knitting there in the comer, In snovy kerchief ana cap, irandpa laying his pipe aside Grandpa laying his ...

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. — 8 June 1889

u- k s! i e FA i & t ?KSA; "f-SJ? . "I.XrivlTV: r- - - .- Vti-t - sr - Sr M' 4 RSSfSS vlLvrJM "TTeajrly Sutoscrijatioxa. $a.OO ELEVENTH YEAR. Ai-AK IN THE DESEKX. BT THOMAS PBIXGLE. Afar in the Desert I love to ride, With the silent Bush-boy alone at my Bide ; Wken the sorrows of life the soul o'ercast. And, sick of the present, I cling to the past ; When the eye is suffused with regretful tears, From the fond recollections of former years : And shadows of things that have long sinco fled Hit over the brain like tho ghosts of the dead : Bright "visions of glory that vanish too soon; Daydreams that depart ere manhood's noon; Attachments by fate or by falsehood reft ; Companions of early days lost or left ; And my native land whose magical name Thrills to the heart like electric flamo ; Tho home of my childhood, tho haunts of my -prime ; All tho passions and scenes of that raptnous time-, When the feelings were j oung and the world was new, Liko the fresh bowers of Eden unfolding ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 8 June 1889

rT&lT&3&F&j& 7-'czsASz"str-r-: Es-i i '-"i?"? f-' -tfSf i! M 1.9 m ?-v ? Wwten &mKtt Wflrtfl. cr OFFICIAL PAPER GF TBEGO COUNTY. IV. 5. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, Juxe 8, 1889. IRRIGA TIOX AND STORAGE. The newspaper men of the East are devoting a great deal of attention in a general way to the irrigation and etorage problem; and well they may, for it is a question that interests the whole country, and not alone the districts directly bene fited. Great sums of money have been appropriated by the government to im prove the rivers and harbors, where the benefits are not more general than those that wonld resnlt from extensive improve ments in the matter of making storage reservoirs in the states whore water for irrigation is scarce, and where a large part of what doos fall goes to waste. Let the discussion go on until the West re ceives some consideration. Coloiado Fat mcr. The Farmer has struck a subject in which we feel a deep interest. That paper, it seems to ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 8 June 1889

SSt3SSSK'ffiK5SroHaJBnm y3tt&&iz$i Hi:''t iwwTO.y -- .sathW -" 'jftA&us S'- s''-J(-Ji5S5.S $&? '.w& -.- ifT -i- 3t If m f .v t k i. u KL. K i n A KANSAS STATE NEWS. Jetmore Sittings : Work on the prospect hole is again being poshed rapidly. At a depth of 480 feet the drill ras "working in blue shale. Leavenworth Sun: The oil cake, the product of the Leavenworth linseed oil millj is shipped direct from here to Liver pool, Eng. Three cars were shipped last "week. Salina Eepnblican: The K. or P. castle hall is progressing finely, and will be one of the finest buildings in Kan sas. Salina should feel proud of such a beautiful building. The Troy Chief was 32 years old on Decoration Day, May 30, 1889, and its editor says hereafter it is going to work for a man it has never worked for be fore; viz: old Sol. Miller. Arlington Enterprise: The school board has sold the bonds recently voted to the amount of $1,000. They made a good sale, receiving per cent, premi um. "W. K....

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 8 June 1889

Be"sssvi st3 Mt-fie ' , SfcS Jsfa- ? I1 12? r&i Witti m$m WmlH. OFFICIAL PIPES OF T1EB0 COUITT. W. 8. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, Juke 8, 1889. Two mes were made cfc Goodland the other pressed corn beef. frightfully sick day by eating The city of Wallace has voted $15,000 in bonds to aid in the establishment of j a sugar plant at that place. On Thursday thirty-one business blocks in Seattle, Washington Territory, were burnt, entailing a loss of five million dollars. The balance of the city was in danger. The brother of Hon. A. W. Smith, of McPherson, with his family, were drowned at Johnstown, the Saliua Jour nal says. Mr. Smith's host of friends through Kansas sympathize with him in bis affliction. b Westebn Kansas, the Topeka Capital observes, is coming to the front with a good many now things, and will strike it rich some day. This, the World respect fully refers to people in the East wanting homes in a progressive region in whose development they can take a hand. The Tom Cat w...

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. — 8 June 1889

' y lllii - A..-5sv2 s. '., . -- :- fvJ't-"s'?- .vrjr-- .-- - h. r r'."- -r d ? MVJtnjPji VV t V. ' i".Jc' ar isr- j & "Vs. TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. GLENCOE GLEANINGS. Glencoe Township, Jane 3. J. R Fulton ia visiting his eon, D. B. Jacob Fnrbeck has over a bushel of peaches on one of his trees. Theo. Crason has been welcomed home from a trip out west, and looks as natural as ever. Neighbor Bidgway says he nerer saw finer prospects for crops than he has this season. John Colburg, who resides in the south part of this township, and who has been at work in Denver, is at home. Swain Pearson says he can sell all the batter he makes at 20 cents per pound. Mrs. P. makes number one butter. Quite a number of Glencoe people were invited to the dance at Mr. GofTs. Those in attendance say thoy had a nice time. Milt Johnson has senC his black colt to Hays City to have it trained. Milt has a fine colt, and will match Black Douglas in a few days. T...

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. — 8 June 1889

?2fyB2.'iuMWi rf - v" f '- ' -,- - "ft ''X.jrScRM . ' n ' . v . - -5 :Si-J.K S,"'V ' &?. i"-A .W,.. " Sjl??S.fc,4J; fr f U t 55 Krt - - asv i-y TOPICS OF THE TIMES. A Choice Selection of Inter esting Items. The great fire in the imperial palace' at Pekin is reported to Lave caused a loss of $3,000,000 to $4,500,000. Dasiel Batjgh, who lives at Scotts Durg, Ind., celebrated his 100th birth day anniversary by dancing a jig. Philip Armour is said to give away nothing less than $5 tips to waiters, train hands, etc., when he travels. The Czar of Russia, according io an English traveler, wears a silk strap around his -n aist in place of suspenders. The Toung Men's Republican Tariff Club of Pittsburgh has over 400 mem bers, and club-rooms furnished at a cost of $81,000. James Stokes, of Penn's Manor, Bucks County, Pa., is thirteen years old, weighs 2S0 pounds, and is grow ing heavier rapidly. "Conversation warms the mind," said Benjamin Franklin. That won't do for children, however. Th...

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. — 8 June 1889

r .??., .HOar- " -i ("L " " ' . .?K Ifc- Pf LATEST NEWS. Condensed for the Convenience of Hurried Readers. The Sixteenth Methodist church in Tope ka was dedicated by Bishop Ninde, last Sunday. The president has appointed Charles L. Enapp, of Jfew York, to be consul-general of the United States at Montreal; Alexander Reed, of Wisconsin, to be consul at Dublin-Ex-Postmaster General Frank Hatton, and "William Henry Smith, general man ager of the associated press, are among saved passengers in Pennsylvania. It is likely that ex-Congressman Lloyd S. Brice will become the editor of the North American Review. He is 33 years old, a graduate of Oxford and a son-in-law of ex Mayor Cooper of New York. It is now known that three passenger trains were lost in the Johnstown flood with 218 passengers. J. S. Elder, traveler for a Troy, N. Y.. carriage firm, was found dead in a room of the Central hotel at Cincinnati. The dis patch says that he has a sister living in Topeka. The Policemens' monument...

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. — 8 June 1889

mmsmmmmmmmmmm, .vf; tty r - - v " w - " V " s-35 ? iY &-& C.t-k rm -x 7W ?f r c la fc t t r s t fr I: Si" v CHOPPING WOODAHD COTTKTDTa BT IT. W. 'iik uii-'I.t., It's reported of a follow In a certain neighborhood, "When be goeti to see bis charmer He is set to chopping wcoil ; And the task seoins dono with pleasure, Is if on the road to bliss, And tbe goal of aspiration For the world he would not miss. In the light of right and reason, In a f nendly -n orld like this, Ought one thus to task another When he calls to see a miss ? "When a fellow goes a-courting On a stormy winter night. Ought not oil and wood be furnished To supply him warmth and light? It may be this kind of service In a moral sense is gooJ, And will discipline the subject As no other drilling could ; Fitting for life s after duties In the best way, as it should. And the art of fuel-getting Would be better understood. Should this tisk become a burden Prom which one would gain relief, There'd be consolation thi...

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. — 15 June 1889

rSiSfV mw imx v ?vZ.r V7- rz. 1 I rev 1 . I' -t W i v V- V y I.. M-: m m wmmmwWWy f Yearly Subscription. $S.OO ELEVENTH YEAR. GOING OUT AND COMING IN. Going out to buy us clothing, Going out tho bills to pay; Coming in bo ery slowly. Coming in each working day ; Going out from ub so easy. Coming in, so hard to 'win, Ceaseless stream of little pennies Going out and coming in. . Through the many -wants of home-life, From beneath our humble cot ; To the butcher nnd the baker Where the meat and bread are bought. From the old and much-worn wallet, To the cruel world of greed ; Going out with sighs and sadness, To supply each family need. Through the wants that crowd us daily. Through the bills that must be met, Through the many needs of children, Where the family's growing yet ; To the busy world about us. With its heartless woo and sin, Bestless stream of little pennies, Bushing out into the din. Coming back so very Blowly, Though we try to toil and save; Coming to the dear old homestea...

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. — 15 June 1889

sgspgP!Ra8npsfgfaa 2ff "V 'iSCCSffs Eg '&i4ft3.-J5"lLr:, 5?cr5i -; TW ".' - '- -y Cr,; -Sv t'iv-J..5fi" r& ' "5y-t r -I C&" &C'5i. v V "yrt S F 171 E& S " fi P" Is ' IC,- i?' s ??. gOENES OF THE STOKM. A Storni of Wind, Bain and Hail "Which Did Immense Damage in the South Part of Graham County. Houses Blown Down Hurt. and People Sad Experience of a Burial Party. On Friday of last week the south T?art of Graham county and the north part of Trego were visited with the most terrific wind and bail storm that ever visited this part of the country. It will be re membered that in the afternoon it was very warm and sultry, and that about 3 p. si. it began to cloud up in the north west, and look like rain; that about 5 p. m. the thunder began to roar and light ning began to flash; that jet the wind was from tho northeast, until the clouds began to look frightful, and that all of a sudden the windchanged, and the wind began taking everything before it. DOUSES AD OTHEE PEOP...

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. — 15 June 1889

m&&2. ?! rrllr - -.tt-'Fl X rT I X2- -5V? Wiu && JiAiC IJrf t IMF l-'rV Jc ltff i I4.T !' V V a I tV Jl- K- m IK If.- lf . Lie. IIFE OFAGEEATACTOR. THE EAELT TEARS AXD XATEU TRI UMPHS OF EDWIN BOOTH. Thongb the Acknowledged Xeadlng; Stage Artist of America, He Has Jfover Created a Part His Genius Came by Inheritance Reminiscences. .HEN JIme. Bis- tori bade farewell to America, upon the occasion of her last visit to these shores, in a pictur .esgue andpassion- j-aay juacDemthe event was signalized by the appearance of Edwin Booth in con junction with the illustrious Italian. They had had but one rehearsal, and that an imperfect and hurried one, yet they plaj ed together in exquisite harmony, like the two great artists they were. Bistori was delighted. When the final curtain fell she rushed up to Booth, kissed him on both cheeks, thanked him effusively for the pleasure he had given her, and alluded eracefullv in her softlv accented English to the marriage of the traged...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 15 June 1889

PPWfP t-iS :I3'- s Irt j5-5-ro "7 Iw f-J".i"i is-j f,l -- -N. -' irfc :l??7 frc- ? v 3 e - ? J T 3. . fei a; B& H YK Wirtern Ifatw SKtaML OFFICIAL PAPER OF TREGO COUITY. W. S. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, Juite 15, 1889. Norton county's normal institute will be held in AnmiEt Gbixneel, Iowa, is nearly destroyed again this time, not by a cyclone, but toy fire. Cathebese Bakkb, the Courier tells, has been sent to the penitentiary for one year from Norton county, for incest. Wm. Spioeb, of Norton, the latest Courier tells, refased to work his poll tax, and 'Squire Brown gave him $11.50 worth of experience. The Boston Herald thinks it sees, by ft a careful review of the proceedings of the Presbyterian assembly, that "the bottom is dropping out" of Calvinism. It rumored, as viewed from the ObeJhl at Monument, that the bend in the rail road between that place and Oakley is about to be straightened. Sevebal of the old soldiers of Norton and vicinity, the Courier save, are pre paring to a"...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 15 June 1889

-- ;? Pff5TfwT V fr-. SfeiS ?SIvlppPP fcr' , ?- Ss- '1. mm far $r V tWC C- Some settlers are coming in. Home hunters are beginning to $ut in an appearance. Post meeting this afternoon, at 2 o'clock. District court has been in session at Gove City this week. Lee Monroe has been attending court at Gove City the most of the ireek. M. D. Hollister Trent to Gove City on Tuesday to take a hand in the district court F. Danford has been at Gove City, in attendance at the district court, a portion of the week. Roy Osborn has been clerking at Ver beck's store this week. He takes hold of business like an old hand. J. S. Turner, formerly a merchant in Wa-Keeney, has been appointed post master at Bansom, Ness county. Harvey Jackson has been cultivating the court-house park this week. It i about as clear of weeds as a floor. Olson, the Graham county vegetable vender, is bringing whole loads of choice produce to Wa-Keoney these days. Trego couDty, Fair to view; Hunt a home, You won't rue. Mr. and ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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