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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 6 July 1889

V '- x??v' 5 - - -r j-sj- s : ". ",, TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by tne "World's" Rustling Reporters. GLENCOE GLEA3STENGS. Glencoe Township, July 1. Ever body is bnsy here harvesting. Fnrbeck has two harvesters running in his wheat to-day. Uncle 8am King says he feels younger every day. Good! Mr. Loaco is building him a new stone house on his claim. v Our corn fields still have the same healthy color, and bid fair for a good crop. Will Staplin is at home resting, after his arduous duties of one week's duration at Wilber Knapp's. i Mr. Shepherd has traded Middleton a half interest in the Ellis flouring mill for a stock of hardware. Joe Eunyou sajs he has over sixty buBhels of gooEeberries on the bushes in his garden this year. Bill King has loo much work this year to marry. If he will make a bee we will help him out with the work part. It is reported that Ed. Orton is about to marry. These spells are periodical with Ed , but he has your scribe's con sent. Mr. Morgan has a stray ...

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 July 1889

ft3a47"SmvS5R ar3St45i!rSJ&&' ,;, fBFj-i "" " --y-rj. Wg& '$&&&&& 'mtirMM&wmt vr-ir JV " &$-. -- V -vt ' $ ?w rtf 0' isr; ' V te m- LA chuott nisnnjnoss PAEIS. OF In recent years, in France, conscien tious efforts have been made to ascer tain the principal causes of the loss of population, and it has been demon strated by numerous facts that one of these causes consists in the physical degeneration induced by deficiency of alimentation in infancy; and the most eminent physicians of Paris, and the Director of Public Assistance, have endeavored to modify and improve the system of nutrition in the public char itable institutions, providing for re cently born children lactation adequate to the necessities of the temperament and constitution. In the Hospital for Infants' Diseases, situated in Sabres street, there exists a section for rickety boys and girls, rhose miserable aspect produces an impression of pain upon the mind unfortunate beings -w ho...

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 July 1889

mr- :sr "5f!S- S. Aifi-S. iv sWra; " Ot ja&je aaaajtJL.J 22Sa 1v isewLTV " 1 ? V m i l W&ten Emm WrtW. OFFICIAL PAPER OtTEEGO COUITY. tf. 5. 77ZT0, Editor. Satubday, Jult C, 1889.' CANDIDATES. TOR COUNTY TREASURES. I am a candidate for county trsuror of Trego county, subject to the decisiou of the Republican coanty convention or primary election. It. Q. Kessler, Collyer Township. J. E. CbistveiiIi has been appointed postmaster at Gove City. . The cheese factory at Dighton began operations on Tuesday of last week, it is " Jourital'ized. Democratic papers are dying rapidly in western Kansas! Poor things! Near ly all of them so young, too. Corn never looked better in Decatur county at this season of the year, the Oberlin Herald 6ayp, than it looks now. The influence of a paper ceases, says the Norton Champion, when it is any can didate's tool. This doctrine is sound to the core. Logan county farmers, we see by the Republican,ha.o organized an agricultural society at Russell Spr...

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 July 1889

i9mSMmrmi? -1 V asfS? 5T aP K?1 ? V c T-t r :rv t X' t-V The U. S. land oflBce was closed on the Fourth. The stores in town generally were closed on the Fourth. Dr. Bannard, of Kansas City, spent the Fourth in Wa-Keeney. A new daughter arrived on Thursday -- to stay with Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Priest ley, v J. G. Gilmore and wife, of Superior, Nebraska, are visiting at W. J. Hemp hill's. i Judge Harlan returned early in the week from a trip into the eastern portion of the Union. It is expected that the creamery will bo moved to its new location during the latter part of the coming week. Lou A. Fisher has an advertisement in the World, in which the bulk of the Trego county farmers should feel an in terest Henry Menkemeyer has been down fromBogue, Graham county, for several days, tilling his timber claim, in Trego county. Joseph Escher arrived from Okla homa, last Tuesday. He reports Guthrie a rushing city and the coming capital of the territory. Miss Mary Berry arrived in town last Satur...

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. — 6 July 1889

'lixl&3&y iZz&S&yz -i W'-t'"; wr-tr -" foV lw St- 1 fcrX J3? . iJ ,n , TOPICS OF THE TIMER A Choice Selection of Inter . esting Items. The Zouave 1111101111 is to be aban doned by the French, army. Ik France the use of tinfoil for "wrap ping articles of food has been forbidden. An Englibh coal-dealer, having, from pure benevolence, had a scale so con structed as to register a ton for twenty four hundred pounds, has been fined for falsifying an official -weight. A peach-growing corporation "is a Connecticut idea. Its immense orch ards at Meriden and Berlin -will come into bearing this year, and a yield of forty thousand baskets is expected. The leaning of British capitalists toward American breweries ft contra dictory of the old English idea that good malt liquors could not be made in America, "because they 'aven't the 'ops, you know." A complete list of the flora of New foundland and Labrador, in prepara tion by Bev. A. C. "Waghorne, will con tain about 900 species o...

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. — 6 July 1889

mmxi $x&Bm - -4. " 3pw 7L f&K V IKSs 1W i" fc LATEST iVEWS. Condensed fortheConvenience of Hurried Readers. Germany has bought a majority of the ,hares of the Swiss Western railway, and has replaced the French by German direc tors. W. V. Coffin, formerly superintendent of the Indian school at Salem, Oregon, is to succeed O. E. Learnad, as superintendent of the Lawrence, Km., Indian school. The persistency with which Mormon mis sionaries are carrying on their work in some parts ot "West Virginia is beginning to ex cite a great deal of indignation. The police of Leavenworth emptied a quantity of beer, wine and whisky that had been seized from time to time from "joints." It is estimated that at least one carload of liquor was destroyed. There has been a wreck on the Norfolk & western railroad near Thraxton, Va. Five persons are reported killed and a number injured. Dr. A.. N. Frctz and David Kline, of Fleet wood, Pa., who are charged with taking an illegal pension fee, were...

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. — 6 July 1889

3$ " rt T .fjSs .-" f.r F3f rs fr 4i 'XI 1UTI JACK." BT HX DE WU1'. 1 looked into my baby's face, sad love got bold of me; I pressed it closer to my breast and held it lovingly. And from its eyes there came to me a smile like a sunbeam. To-day that smile's a memory. It mnst have been a dream. For, somehow, -when they're sweetest, and it's hardest then to part, A mighty hand just reaches down and tears them from the heart. Then, oh! the bitter sorrow that we mothers have to bear I Ah, none can know the depth of it 'cept Him who dwelleth there. Bnt, np there with my Father, shineth down an angel face, Which seems to beckon to me and say, "Mother, here's a place. Ton always loved me dearly, bore suffering for rnc, too; Our Heavenly Father ne'er forgets; He saved this place for youl" SHE BECAME THE RAGE. HX A. C. D. Madge had -worked Lard all day, and now the last stitch -was put in the beautiful garment that was to grace the form of Miss Adele Marlboro. As with acliing back and head sh...

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. — 13 July 1889

-& S&&- 'it r r &$" ETr" fi I m iw I "V w Lilt, 75" 5 r -- a s .- v. , I "Y"eaxly Siitosoription $2.00 ELEVENTH YEAR. A XAKKOW VALE, BX KOBEKT G. INGEBSOLIi. Tiie Is a narrow Tale between the cold And barren peaks of two eternities. We stme in lain to look beyond the bights, We cry aloud : the only answer Is the echo of our wailing cry. From the -voiceless lips of the nnreplying dead There conies no word ; but in the night of death Hope sees a star, and listening love can hear The rustle of a wing. These myths weie born of hopes, and fears, and tears, And smiles ; and they were touched and colored By all there is of joy and grief between The rosy dawn of birth and death's sad night. They clothed een the stars with passion, And gate to gods the faults and frailties Of the sons of men. In them the winds And waves were music, and all tho lakes and Streams, sprinps, mountains, woods, and per fumed dells Were haunted by a thousand fairy forms. RECONCILIATION. BY J. F. M. ...

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. — 13 July 1889

frBSf-' '-&$ r' SHMrw.. -- i r; c - vr-s ?1V e t IH F & 12, S- 3 COMMISSIONERS1 PROCEEDINGS. Wa-Keenct, Kan, July 1, 1889. The board of commissioners of Trego county met to-day in regular session, all the members being present The min tites of the last regular meeting and the June equalization meeting were read and " approved. . The county treasurers report, wnicn is as follows, was read and approved: countx teeasubkb's bepobt. To the Hon. Board of County Commlsslonars of Trego County: I beg leave to submit the following report for the quarter ending June 28, 1889: n -,. Recetfts. General revenue, taxes ........ 8 3,219 08 F H Conger, p j, drug s eta s. . ? State per school fund, prin . . . . l,Ub w State per school fund, interest, d,bJ4 830,820 31 Disbursements. County warrants paid 8 1 1,315 82 School district treasurers AOUjJ do Treasurer city of Wa-Keeney. 48 d5 Treasurer Collyer township ... 1W UO Treasurer Glencoe township. . J State treas, interest on bonds, l,iu- w K...

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. — 13 July 1889

mrwsSrW&K SSES?3WKC53e7",3E W'W-FPW7Si &" it ex-. " S5 6 - iff MS 5 PPfifPPPWf E1, l&y. K k ? - $ a & 15? JAPAN'S LEGATION. HXNTSTEB JCUTSTJ AND HIS WIFE AT THEIR HOME. Entertainments Made Unique With Pretty Iiittle Fancies of Mme. Mutsu and The Minister's Daugh ter. It is not so very many years since there -was but one residence in Washing ton that belonged to a foreign power that of the British Legation, -which, at the time it was built, was the largest residence here and whenever the rep resentatives of a foreign country have been provided with a home of their own here it has been deemed a compliment and token of resnecfc to onr povprnmfint. jx -was one 01 tiie nrst acts of the Japan- ! - ;S i v y lSf- i 1OT t!S' f ff "ltatives have nFlZV ? cu.lhFe,nul r?fine: ment. who were accord pm n. nmmmpnf place in the social world, and the at i ' - i, . , ., i " .. taches have been among the most popu lar oi onr diplomats, rrru t " i in- , .t The Japanese liousehold is one ...

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. — 13 July 1889

a. j-QCM.-rr a' zs-T 'j - ur - i--s;y XrtfXft.: tM-'kf'-Cf sx;"5r m"w" '3T -vf-jft v s-j-"jsssj; , j; ji si ' - :v-33gSsfc i-,,. '?t&3?2Lk. vhsfm i S ', u b K 1& r ft I: I I ? hi mtfmx $m$M MxM. OFFICIAL PAPER OF TBE80 C0U5TY. W. S. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, July 13, 1S89. CANDIDATBS. TOR COUNTT TREASTJEEU. I am a candidate for county treasurer ol Trego connly, subject to the decision ot the Eepublican county convention or primary election. E. a. Kkssixe, Collyer Township. tFOB COUNTY TREASUEER. I hereby acnounco mycelf as a candidate for County Treasurer of Trego county, subject to the decision of tho Republican County Convention or Primary Election. Jaiies Krxix, "Wa-Keeney Townhip. Baztxe, Ness county, celebrated the Fourth in great shape. Th2 Norton Champion calls Bnrton, of Abilene, tho finest orator in the state. It is not far off. The headquarters of the Grainfield Dighton hack lino has been changed from from Grainfield to Jerome. The celebration nt Govo City on the F...

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. — 13 July 1889

Pi?PSJ?'5BBggatsp n& r-&VS! W v, v -vgW ?a?g&&? v&g. iw52WaWft9sw 'Is tm- -- lY J ctuju naagggsa BAHKEB BTJGLINGS. Baxkee, Tbego Co., July 8. Hice lain last night. A. B. Baker is expected home in a few das. Geo. Fuller is going to Downs this week to rork a while. A. "7. Parinton expects to make a trip to Stockton the latter part of this week. Marion Seller's mule ran away with Lis boy and hurt him badly, bat not danseiously. Mr;. A. W. Parinton expects to pay a visit to the family of Chas. Sweet, in the Saline valley, this week. IJr. Pugh is going to move to Eepnblic county this week, having secured a j ear's work in that county at good wages. Candidates are numerous. Although we r.re not running for office, we feel a livel j interest in some of them, and will try aCL get our work in in proper shape. I understand from rumor that George Kunnrds, Dan and Barney Mcilanus f ad "William Hillbrand -will all start to Iissouri in a short time to look for new locations. 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. — 13 July 1889

F3U" JWlMSSaK 1 xsr '- Sr,-,. r 'rfOi. FC v - V TiSSiS3S2rae -- Ifr r fc TOPICS OF THE TIMES. Choice Selection of Inter esting Items. TmBTEEX sat at the Pnt&deuUal table at the centennial ball,, Ixmg live they all ! Ox Friday, May 24, Quasi Victoria celebrated lier birthday. She was born in 1819 Db. Elkixs figures out that the star Arcturus moves 'with a velocity of 400 miles a second. Mbs. Clevflaxd -was received, "with tremendous applause on one "occasion during the centennial ball. Sib Charles Russell has been of fered $10,000 to deliver fifty lectures in the United States next season. American women are said to spend $62,000,000 a year on cosmetics, and the more money they spend the -worse their complexions get. Minnesota has a law koocking out imported dressed beef, but she -wishes she hadn't. It simply makes the butch ers of the State a trust. Kate Field thinks that the -way to stop intemperance is tp abolish treat ing. A good deal of drinking is doubt less due to sociabil...

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. — 13 July 1889

fmwrwm f5f! rPsWWfP9g 'V 1 J?CT 2t ?s4. wis. ss?KiJii. :x JssasvAlK3SS!tSf' v'ttpsw!', u r LATEST NEWS. Condensed for the Convenience of Hurried Readers. The president has appointed Rev, Ber nard Kelly, of Emporia to succeed George W. Glick as pension agent, for the Topeka agency. Sullivan is said to have knocked out Kil rain in the seventy-second round. The fight took place at a saw mill near Rich burg, Miss. The Chicago police have arrested still an other man who drove the wagon which car ried Cronin to his death. It looks like a bran new traiL Susanville, Lassen county California, has had a series of seventy-eight shocks of eart fa quake, preceded by a rumbling noise, and creating a panic The survivors of the battle of Monocacy met at Frederick City, July 9, the twenty fifth anniversary of the battle and formed a national association. Bliss Campbell, son of General A. B. Campbell, was instantly killed by an electric car in Topeka, Kan., Sunday, July 8. He attempted to get off the...

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. — 13 July 1889

mVS&l&g&GQWRF Wm fr'?ij' ' IV b r -, A CTKCAL ricimnr; BT nun LUCCA BQTTSm. In tfa flence of tho midnight, When the sounds of life are still. Comes the thought of othor longings, Comes the void no form may nlL Is it e'er to be the viaion, Kever know the qniet of peace7 Know, no man is true and woman. Ever false, save in release. Am I something of a cynic, Am I cold as Etna's snow? Nay, not quite ; but life i3 chilling, And not always reap we what we sow. life is good and kind or something Such, we're told ; 'tis true, to those. With sense much like an apple tree, Kor know a cabbage from a rose. Does the artist paint his picture, Or the poet tell his taleV Jjsten to the ocean's roar, Or the drowning wretches' wail! Jnch is life ; in sight the haven, "When the storm muBt wreck the barque. Is it sad? Not more than sorrow, Or the soul for venom's mark. New Orleans, La.. 1SS9. SOMETHING SUITABLE. BY B. B. W. "Here is your invitation at last, Margaret !" Mrs. Darton exclaimed,...

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. — 20 July 1889

E' ri& &: r r sW t- TnmW RS2rf m Yearly S-uTosoription $S.OO ELEVENTH YEAR. THE tITlLE THINGS OF LIFE. Soft scarlet clouds flecked all the sky, Pale twilight etilllelaing. When to n child a mother wild Cried, "3Iav, -where were you straying? 0 mother, door. I -wandered far By field and copce-wood coer, And searched in lain each grassy plain For one small four-leaf clover. "I long to dreain a lovely dream, And -wake to find it real." "Ah. simple child," the mother smiled, "Too -well j on love the ideal. But look beside jon mossy stone, 3Iy rocklet-s little roer. For ery near I see from here Your long-sought four-leaf clover. "And think. May, -while you gather it Grepn in the cool gray "gloaming, How often grow close by and low The gifts -we seek "or foaming. Then, if you learn to find at home Small joys ou once looked over, You'll bless the day you whiled away In seeking four-leafed clover." A JEALOUS HUSBAND. TAKEN FROM THE RUSSIAN Y EVELYN THORP. There was a performance tha...

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. — 20 July 1889

mmwww wl4Spl lft k , . re. lis. -rS' TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. CETJMBS PBOM COLIiYEB. Coli-teb, Tbego Co., July 17. Mr. and 'Mrs. Eobb, of Wa-Keeney, attended the camp fire. Mrs. Walter Elliott and little daughter, of Eussell Springs, are visiting Mrs. H. York. Mr. Joseph Hitt left for Carlton, Neb., Friday evening. He expects to be gone ell winter. Fred Cartwright, of Deer Trail, Colo., is visiting friends at Collyer and on the tho Saline. Miss Lulu LeBron, of Oakley, who had been visiting her friend, Miss Nettie Kessler, returned home on the 8. Eev. E. Eichards, of Eussell Springs, held both morning and evening services at the Congregational church Sunday. Mr. T. Walsh, of Chicago, joined his sister at the home of their parents, on the Saline, last Saturday. The family are now all together for the first time in eleven years. Mr. Courtney met with quite an acci dent one day last week. While on his way to Collyer his covered wagon was over...

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. — 20 July 1889

twwm SP??W ii ?88?ffiTK&EfTws&&?w5EKBSMWUBKt&WM !5 w Ixi IS ff fe i ft.. DOMESTIC ECONOMY. OCBKHOI.I AMD AGKICTJI.TCKAZ. TOPICS DISCCSSED. L. Bwdget of Useful Information Relattag to the Farm, Orchard, S table tyr lor, aad Kitchen. """- THE FARM. Making Farms Valuable. To increase the value of his land is for the great majority of farmers the readiest and most obvious means of mak ing money. This is commonly attempted by securing the co-operation of others. In a new country each additional settler adds to the worth of all the land in his neighborhood, provided he be honest and able and willinc to work. If a rail road can be induced to establish a station on or near the farm, its value ap- Ereciates still more. Many a man has een made wealthy by the increased value of his original purchase of a farm from the crowing up of a village or city near it. These facts have to some ex tent diverted the minds of farmers from their business. It has brought many to consider the b...

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. — 20 July 1889

'? Krrv'- r ' '--k ip 3- "W f-sav . ,m. r '. i - - - .- j 'lis wjjj (ft Iff jf itf-T K r u. tfforo 3mt& Wort! OFFICIAL PAPES OP TEEQO COURT!. W. S. TILTON, - - - - Editor. Saturday, July 20, 1889. CA3Sri3rDA.TH!S. roil COUNTY TREASURER. I am & candidate for county trcauror of Trego county, subject to tho deciIon of tho Republican county convention or primary election. R. G. Kzsileb, Collyer Township. FOR COUNTY TREASURER. I hereby announce mypelf as a candidate for County Treasurer of Twro county, subject to the decision of tho Republican County Convention or Primary Election. James Kvt.t.t, Wa-Kecney Townriiip. , FOK COU.NTY TREASURER. I heroby announce mysolf as a candicloto for tho Republican nomination for County Treasurer of Trego county. E. D. WuEEuai. Wa-Eceney Township. TOR SHERIFF. I hereby announce rejeolf n a candidate for tho offlco of Sheriff, subject to the npprmalof the Re publican primary or delegate convention. T. H. Counranr. TOR REGISTER OF DEEDS. Announco...

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. — 20 July 1889

3SRK" ;. ir. w---T.tf Ka 's&r ' T V js " i d&toft. -& - , iwzy I& P M- - I .. . fe &. P ". A. E. Sigler is at Hays City, doing carpenter work. County Surveyor Ferris drove to Ellis and back on Tuesday. T. B. Moore took a business trip to the southeast Monday, returning in the evening. Street's new advertisement will show that he regards midsummer advertising as the proper thing. Tho "Wa-Keeney combination on wheat planting have about seventy-five of their 320 acres plowed. A traveling hide-buyer was in town on Thursday. He found a good many hides at our meat markets. Eev. H. H. Morrill will hold Episcopal services in tho court house on Sunday, July 28, morning and evening. Wm. Spicer, of Wa-Keeney, was in town Monday looking after the clothing trade. Gove City Republican, ig. The condition of Mrs. P. H. Sullivan has improved considerably within the past week. It is expected that she will re cover. r E. D. Wheeler, it is now intimated, will be tho head of the grea...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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