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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 10 August 1889

PSKSSSSpP w ri e && 11 wfcni S a WW 3ttoll OFFICIAL PAPER CP-TBE60 COUHTT. W. S. TILTON, - Editor. Saturday, August 10, 1889. Kilbaij has been arrested for a trip to Mississippi, too. A be-toiok of old soldiers is to be held in Ness City on October 10. In order to live, LaCrosse dogs, the Clarion crows, must wear muzzles and have their fines paid. Suluvas's trip to Mississippi reeflcts credit upon Governor Lowry, of that state. Prize fighting should be given a death blow. It is Herald-ed that some Phillips county farmers have dug their first crop of potatoes this season, and will plant the same ground to a second crop. This is au abnormal attempt at rushing. Land is too plentiful up there for that, and the Beason is likely to be too scarce. Geaham countt has a lady candidate for the Republican nomination for county treasurer. Her name is L. J. Wilson. Her husband is the present treasurer of that county. There is, it seems ot our observatory, a disposition to keep offices 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. — 10 August 1889

WWrJfm- . "if " Xr--' - S-i u '4 f . r m p '?., , ln lI- &2SS GNOSES AM) CHAEACTER. JBIG-TfOSED MEN AKE TJSPAIXY SXABT 3TEX. The Faces of Xapoleon and Other Great Men or History "Were Adorned by Large "asal Organs An Interesting Talk tvltli a r-i'oseolosist. t'VE never known "of a man -with a big tnose who wasn't smart," said a vrell- lown medical 'man to the -writer. Ihe great Xapo- fcleon's nose was big. vjiausione s nose is big, bat it ends in n ehiirn nornr. "Ris- marck has a big 'T. ." inose. that is, how ever, almost flat on the end. Gen. Grant's nose was not too large, but it was large enough to be prominent. Blaine's nose is very prominent, and all his children, including his daughters, are easily dis tinguishable by the same large feature. Jay Gould is possessed of a large nose; bo is Russell Sage and Cyrus "W. Field. The late John Kelly had a flat, pug nose. Gen. Harrison's nasal organ is quite large, but not so prominent as that of Levi P. llorton or the Old Roman. Jo...

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. — 10 August 1889

sw : FFEfb jTS 5-KXr? w-- i-r-r OS" ! ict- -v -. prK,s'' ""a1! . "-- ijsjgw '"if.'Mft. yfrFzi- -t-, -..--..'vj. IVJ KesC- T wq -. 32, &ISTER Of DEEDS. v-v Ji jT Western j&ansa. WorM: r W H.DANN, 3SOOO S O 3 O 3 OS300 303000 O O C C 3 S OOOOOOCSOSffOOOO OFHCIAL PAPER OF TBEGO COUITY. y. F. STftg &i United States Land Attoraty. 1 W. S. TILTON, Editor. r Saturday, August 10, 1889. Dealer in HARDWARE, STOVES AND TINWARE D. M. Osborn and Walter A. Wood Mowers, Yankee. Flying Dutchman d Headlight Riding Plows, And Improved Grain Drills of Various Makes. WIIL TRADE ALL KINDS OF FARM IMPLEMENTS AND MOWING MACHINES FOR CATTLE. Cl Agent forvP Correspondence 8oUdted. WA-KEENET, KAN FOP. COUNTY TREASURER. I nm ft candidate for county treasurer of Trego cocnly, subject to the decision of the Republican pounty convention or primary election, E, G. Kessleb, Collyer Township. j R.COWICK. Attorney" aVLaiJ 'X FTVB&Z FOlTKfi PBBsVlsBBBBBBBm I9SpsiBBEBsiBe:BBBW h if Iff-" I'Bff s FOR CO...

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. — 10 August 1889

mmmmm WMWW Wti&WS & iur WA-KEENEY, KANSAS, AUGUST tt, 188t. ' - 1$U PEAIEIE DOG POISONERS. Here's What You Have Been Cry ing After, We Beckon. A Big Nursery to be Started in Trego County. Cokking, Tehama Co., Cai,., Aug. 2, '89. To the Editor of the Wktees Kansas Would- I take the Gove County, (Kansas,) ? fublican. I cut from it the enclosed ar ticle, asking for a receipt to kill praine dogs: . . We want a receipt for killing prame dogs. They have destroved considerable grain in western Trego and eastern Crove, and are getting more numerous each ear since the-rattlesnakes and eagles have been killed off. Some cheap way of t - fV,om i3 what we want. Somebody that knows how, tell us through the columns of the World, and deceive our gratitude.-Z?"- Cones fended Wa-Keeney World. As I own land in southeastern Trego, I am interested in the extermination of pests of eery kind which destroy trees or crops. The farmers and horticulturists have more to contend with here in Cali fornia...

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. — 10 August 1889

&&smm& tC-V i-- 2w-3T "VS' ' " ' ,f" tr, '-V- ViS.A WMififlN-"?TSH' lajpJJkVj',r'CB ? ' nt-( ". "TK-KjEferf-iiaW..- ..& fai? 3r v" rjfc-ii' , j.- rf f -m - " V JJ. AKjTa. Mt' r Trr r f f -- -- "- r Ear .; r1 -..SV.: 33S &l r t v w. vft. Js" &iti i-r?Aj. hL VETERANS KETOIOK : i The Event to Take Place at Wa- Keeney. Committees at Work and Success Guaranteed. At the meeting of Captain Trego Post last Saturday evening, Commander Olson appointed the following committees to carry on the work of preparing for tho grand reunion of old soldiers at Wa Keeney in next month: On Finance S. J. Osborn, chairman; Joseph Escher and S. M. HutzeL On Arrangements W. S. Tilton, chair man; Joshua Groft, Ben Jackson, C. M. Paull and I. L. McGarvie. On supplies J. Word Carson, chair man; W. S. Harrison, Thomas Caddick, J. M. Welch and Daniel Countryman. The titles of these committees will in dicate the nature of their duties. With the encouragemont from our citizens, and especially...

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. — 10 August 1889

AW w js r i w w. !" (? ?' :f? iit & tSrfif j-r--- K-FZ "?K ftiVJvff Ss&c-- ii" . T. Otftr C-V - TOPIGS OE THE TIMES. Choice Selection of Inter esting Items. - Oxe of our new cruisers could al most hang at the davits of the French man-of-war Admiral Saudin. She is of 11,200 tons burden, and 319 feet long. She carries three 75-ton guns and sixteen machine guns. A tjxiqxje collection of specimens of the earliest printed maps has been made by Baron Xordenskjold. It "will be reproduced in a great atlas with ac convpanying text a Swedish and an English edition to be issued. It is given out that John L. Sulli van has made over $C00,000 by prize fighting, and to-day is not worth a dol lar. Assuming that this is so, it is in order to remark that what's-his-name and his money are soon parted. Theodore TJrba, an antiquarian and student of Columbia, Pa., says he has evidence that this continent was o settled about G50 years after the del uge; that the inhabitants were highly civilized a...

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. — 10 August 1889

Wwm f ?'- i;VS'SiiS.VJ..,T --L-K."r.rJ TiiC-- V-3 - - ' sTTeTSaeefc rfPC"!i ""S V$?-V V- f3fow: 3 'I , j fXl v - -t - - V V irf k 'fv res.. PiT-? H I lV I h IC i' tf? & kf ir ; ZSi lm SSfe ISfc " !$ PSfei sP- ;: LATEST NEWS. Condensed for the Convenience of Hurried Readers. Frank Murdock, a farmer of Lathrop, Mo., and a nephew of the Kansas editors of that name is missing and it is feared that he has been killed. The Santa Fe road is said to have given notice to the other Chicago and Kansas City lines that it will no longer pool its freights between tJse points. A. C. SI eldon chief clerk of the Missouri Pacific at Wichita is said to be short ovei $10,000, and is charged with forgery. He if missing. A diamond robbery occurred in Kansas City, Mo., at 2 d. m. of Aumista. The thief snatched a handful, worth $5,000, and left on a horse. The Washington convention has incor porated in the new constitution a section f orbiding all subsidies. Ex-State Auditor McCabe, of Kansas, is in Wa...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 10 August 1889

s&rMg? BMSS Tjhf-itQrtZW 3r .' rva T i3 -ft S?t "3s, SIB JESTSZTIC WIF& BT ASXA. CBKES TRXTSCn. SHE. Bouse theo, love! Aurora's fingers Faint in roseate hues the sky; liana's disk, reluctant, lingers ; Hear the robin's morning lay 1' HZ. Can't ye let 'im yawp, I wonder? Yesterday I washed them sheep; I'm dog-tired I Why in thunder Can't ye let a feller sleep? SHE. "Come, my precious, let us wander Where upon tho lakelet's breast Silvery stars their sweet light squander, Now the day king's gone to rest. Through the hushed air hear that mooning, Weird, uncanny melody! Is it lovesick Undine's groaning, Or the banshee's wailing cry V HE. "Boon's the light o' day is dawnin, I must ship a load o hogs, What's the use ter stand here yawnin', Iistenin' to owls an' frogs?" On her cheeks the bright tears glitter. Kissed away before they fall ; "Why, you silly little critter I I declar', she's going to squall! Bally, don't ye pout nor sputter, f our notions don't jest meet ; I must aim ...

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. — 17 August 1889

k, t te v !3 St I- p3 ? PISn sy rjD.5 T532&.7sgs "ST JPXV r ELEVENTH YEAE. WHEN I KNOCK AT YOUR DOOB. When I knock at your door, May Belle, dearest, Though 1 know you are gracious and kind. And your friendship haa grown the amcerest, Three things -will come up in my mind. I think of the night I once knocked there, The time that still makes my heart ache, When 1 got a great backset and shock there By kissing your ma by mistake. When I knock at your door. May Belle, darling, I recall how I went there to win, But the bull dog behind me came snarling, And I, without knocking, bulged in. In the dark I encountered your father. Who thought me a burglar, no doubt, And without anv questions or bother, Ere I could explain, kicked me out. When I knock at your door, May Belle, dearest, Though I know that to me they're resigned, And jou love me with heart the smcerest, Three things will come up in my mind; Three thoughts which I noer can smother Fill in head with a rackot and roar, Yourself,...

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. — 17 August 1889

mvm s s-ifwsm ?& vas" JS5 ' ., : '-. !& lSv. ' lc li e I & VL. V -r 6 tf - Sfe se I Nr F-r Wtftmt lfotttf WritflL OFFICIAL PAPER OF TREGO COUITT. fl. S. TILTON, Editor, Saturday, August 17, 1889. JEays Oitt has a Booking Chair Club. The deep-water convention is to meet in Topeka on October 1. It is time to be seeing about that farmers' institute for the coming fall, i ' ' ' r It elates us to hear that a large nur sery is to be established in Trego county. Mrs. Dewey's letter in last week's World told about it, Chahncey M, Depew is said to be bent upon a political career. In the presi dency of the New York Central railroad, he already has a surer thing. Bob Duncalp is a candidate for the Republican nomination for treasurer of Graham county. There will be a good many done calves in western Kansas after the holding of the various county conventions. The Leavenworth ! says that every Kansas congressman takes an occasional drink. If anybody ever heard of John A Anderson drink...

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. — 17 August 1889

'.sl? f-.. ' i3 .- AA-al-wri. ..- : n? " "'V v -4 .?- " j? w m If" IS J ft: 1 SCENES AT BAE HARBOR A BESOKT TOPOGRAPHIC AIXY AKD ATMOSPHEIUCAME PERFECT. The Secret of Its Unexcelled Popularity and Prosperity Yachting, Canoeing and Flirting A Star-I.lt Night Ig Uke a IZammotli Theatrical Picture. SPECIAL COBBESPOJDENCE. HIS is a far reach from the smells and rattle of the workaday cities, and. as I look about at the dark green mountains, and then breathe the salt tans of the sea into my . satisfied lungs. I ' understand the whole secret o f .Bar Harbor s un excelled prosper- tz. 3C? jtv. The resort is topographically and atmospherically per fect. As a fair blush on nature's virginal breast, it is without flaw. "Without the gladsome revelers who are at this instant disporting themselves on all sides, the place would still be immense in its ad vantages. The ocean, the drives, the lakes, the diamond mornings, the moon-flooded nights, the exhilarating air at all hours, make of this half-...

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. — 17 August 1889

,w W3f,siags kwPMPHHHHHilHHH ss . -- -?- "7tVJ?CvV t VMi"' f? :v- RySE.'Tt a- C 53T?tm f&V . . J" .- V pPp?Plp k. IhSt IrS te t Sfestwa Smbhws WmML OFFICIAL PAPER OF TREGO COUNTY. V. 5. 7T0tf, Editor. Saturday, August 17, 1889. CANDIDATES. FOB COUNTY TREASURER. I am a candidate for county treasurer of Trego county, subject to tho decision of the Republican county convention or primary election. B. G. Kessixe, Collyer Township. FOE COUNTY TREASURES. I hereby announce myeelf as a candidate for County Treasurer of Trego county, subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention or Primary Elccfion. James Kelly, Wa-Keeney Township. FOB COUATY TREASURER. I hereby announce niyelf as a candidato for the Bepublican nomination for County Treasurer of Trego county. E. D. Wiieeleb. Wa-Kocney Township. FOE COUNTY TREASURER. I am a candidate for County Treasurer of Trego county, on the basis of being nominated by the Re publicans at their county convention or primary election. W. G....

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. — 17 August 1889

Doors an raateri pt5p sec .-lertiSsapSMSr Westem Kansas Wto) Supplement. Wi " V -u WA-KEENKT, KANSAS, AUGUST IT, 1888. ' V5"S. Jt -I L-J, i V 'iHUi-rti " ISiuaiCR rVl i-"J..L 'JUIWJUBHggli t -ivgcrrs"-5... Ttn5??ssaasBESWfeajyiu .,.CTBh ,i?,ri -nC -: -" ;;--s BANNER. BUGLINGS. Banneb, Tveqo Co., Auj?. 12. The dry weather is "busted." We had a food rain Friday evening, and another Saturday night Considerable rye is already sown, and plowing for wheat is the order of the day The camp-fire wentoS in good shape. It was rather windy, and this made it difficult to hear the speaking. Ice cream and cake were plentiful About 300 persons were pres ent John Stewart, John Fritz, John D. Briggs and Wm. Stranahan started east to-day with their teams to look for jobs of plowing. John Blby and Frank Taylor will start to-morrow. Mr. Mof- fit, of Dickinson county, shipped a car load of steers, and he and A. W. Purin ton jointly shipped a car-load of fat cows, to Kansas City last week. Mr. Moffit has ...

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. — 17 August 1889

lf -asL?iL x & X. v " 3 j r U A-i?.: '-"" k , . ,L j&m y ZST-K.T'H. .Vt-SriseSRsS-Ci; &$j8l . ?i ?., -,- ?" -w Z2 "t v&-o. jj 2t "i?tB-ftLa rJa .., i. PSKrsrgisS J 'JPM.Ssf r3nBa,'BBiH?'ai Sg1 bac . f- ? R i IV W Wn &? '5s Attention is called to the professional card of Mrs. Humphrey, M. D. Some real estate1 is changing hands. The intrepid McKnight plays a leading part. L. D. Beal, our gentlemanly depot agent, is off on a 30 days lay off to see his best girl, and . E. Spencer, of Wa-Kee-ney, is holding down the job during Mr. Bear's absence. Hill City Times, 8. S. N. Wolf came home from Hays City the latter part of last week. He 6ays he found plenty of work down there. Ho and his oldest boy have been hoeing the "weeds out of the court-house park this week. A herd of horses was driven into town last Monday. The drivers lingered here for some hours. They finally arranged for a horse race with Sheriff Hogan. The stakes were small, but the Toxas fellows won them. J. ...

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. — 17 August 1889

rV2iF - 3- r 7 'ftb " W R jRf c. is TOPICS OF THE TIMES. A Choice Selection of Inter esting Items. In Georgia an anti-ldssing society has been started, but it never has a quorum. The Potomac shad is the fish which most thoroughly pleases the Presiden tial palate. Asteoxomers announce that a large black spot has appeared on the face of the sun. It may be a species of celestial mole. Archbishop Corrioax, of New York, is fond of -walking, and rarely uses a carriage. He is the youngest bishop in the United States. A London physician of eminence maintains that the most potent cause of the dissemination of disease is kiss ing. Dear, dear, is love a disease? The Piovinceof Quebec has a debt of $32,000,000 and an empty treasury. That ought to settle the annexation question as far as Quebec is concerned. A gold bangle -watch -with blue face surrounded -with diamonds "was the gift of the Duke of Portland to each of the nine bridemaids -who took part at his -wedding. Gracious powers ! Buck-whe...

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. — 17 August 1889

vu . -a- i7 LL FSi m t I U: & s& 1jTS PS b&it f& Sfe ;f EsrM L ti?rf3r'1 KANSAS STATE NEWS. Holton Signal: The prospect hole for coal, gas or salt at Holton has been folly determined upon and will certain ly be put down. By wire from Newton: William Aps iey, a wealthy farmer, was struck by a freight train while attempting to cross the Santa Fe track a mile west of New ton. He was instantly killed. He was deaf. Kansas City, Kans., Gazette: The many friends of the late Luther T. Park will be glad to learn that pension has been granted to his children, John and Ells; of $2,344.00, and $24.00 per month. Lyons Tribune: D. W. Stone went to Little Biver last Friday to take charge of the Little Kiver Monitor in place of W. G. Greenback, whose lease has expired. Mr. Greenback has gone to Stafford county in search of a loca tion. Lindsborg News: Bev. A. C. Swens son is doing hard work for "Bethany" in Illinois, Minnesota and Iowa. He av erages about ten sermons and addresses e...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 17 August 1889

svtw -'S-wv-Mn .-o tAi.ZVi ' '$-& -? 'f 5&. -2. ,& $& . lMV,.'?-- -- ,. -. vsrj(!B5BXf9fiSPiSS 5-' ;aysv- - , -y 1- ip' - rwr. i u re .&. :-.tt ar -?, r i 5L" '-'- v ' i mini v imL 71 yam have a friend worth loving, Leve Mm: yes. and 1st him know That you Iotb him, era life' eraaiag Tinge his brow wivh sunset glow. Why should good words na'ar be laid Of a friend tUI ha is deed? If you hear a song that thrills you, r bv sot child of song. Praise it; do not let the singer Welt deserved praises long. Why should one who thrills your heart Lack the joys yon may impart? Scatter thus your seeds of kindness, All enriching as yon go Leave them ; trust the harvest Giver, He will make each Boed to grow. So, until its happy end. Your life shall never lack a friend. PLEADINGS OF A CHILD. By Harriet Lane Wallace. "Hetty, be you mad gone clean ont of your senses? Eemember, if you marry that scamp you are nothing to me. I would rather see you in your coffin!" So saying, Hepsy Tr...

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. — 24 August 1889

ftXiiSS. 3& -rrf.f. -'- - - - - -. j-s - -ss W,.3,f V-V riCS,'aSJilliJ5Wr W nru - v - - - ,." ;;-jjj; ,i.rrj-'-i-Ti'!, . .. - r 4'-- y .i-.u ba itr wl" ;T T" - C . ;r AT' ifV B K K? Efc E? 5! i mJZzx? M SWw'j"1 ? f - fca --eaa-Kteeau 3c VBmKmSMzfs TntwIP fTr-aSTr- t B"3BB ifcLeaaeg ",'r::g3BL-rTHaaagj!M6MgiiiiSaPvaMSglEeaga Vearly Su."fcsoriptioii $2.00 ELEVENTH YEAR. RAlDDiG MOONSHINERS In the Cumberland Mountains. BT "WILL HUBBARD KERNAX. ES. MAXWELL stood in lier doorway : looking down the liighioad that winds through Lo e's Val ' ley to the aters of Caney Fork. " 'Pears to me 'zif John wus stayin' powerful long, Dix," she said, in a high, falsetto voice, to a girl t ho sat sewing in the shadow of a Virginia creeper on the gallery with out. Powerful long. He said hed be back by one o'clock, an' hit's nigh onto hve. Eetiiing into the house, she returned a moment later i ith a black sun-bon net folded lengthwise and laid turban like on her thick, silvery hair. "Whary' steppin',...

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. — 24 August 1889

fjmm tiWi '$ kA " i 5- t- l& re. !.- T J i Wtftartt pSiittHtf SftteML OFFICIAL PAFEfi OF TBEGO COUITY. W. S. TILTON, Editor. Satubdat, August 24, 1889. The dates for the Ellis county fair are September 10, 11, 12 and 13. J. L. MrrriiEMEiEB, a prominent citi zen of Ellis county, died Friday night of last week of consumption. Ex-Cokgbesssian Hanback, of this dis trict, has accepted an invitation to take part for the Republicans in the Ohio campaign next month. H. D. CiiATTON, of the Hill City Rev. eille, wants the Republicans of Graham county to nominate him for superinten dent of public instruction. The LaCrosse Clarion has set up its Babcock power press, and the paper is now a six-column quarto, well filled with news and a hummer on general princi ples. KiEii Myers, who is charged with bur glarizing the "Walker depo in January last, was taken to Hays City on Friday of last week. He had been captured in Iowa. It is understood that Hon. Webb McNall, of Smith county, will succeed M...

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. — 24 August 1889

-m- TXT' Vvi - Xim- -"Srly- v i nm'ziB m ti ! & s lii r feu i.,j ? U Kg .V 1 J I, fe 1 te -J TtaV .' " tve sat ir -& &"& -V- NYE'S LITERARY PALS. AM HOW THEI REDUCE THEUt THOUGHTS TO WRITING. Growing: Popularity of the Stenographer and Typewriter Those Who Use the Pen Writing; on a Train, a Pad and an Empfy Stomach. POSSIBLY a brief resume of the var ious writers and authors of this coun- .try and Europe as to the methods of reducing thoughts to manuscript form may be of interest Ito both young and old. land so I venture at this ime to treat the subject Ireferred to briefly, hav Eing noticed that it has Ibeen given considerable attention. I therefore add some little personal observation, and ven ture. as I say, to speak briefly of these methods and manuscripts, with Imany ol which l am I somewhat lamiilar. I ao so also as a sort of ad denda, as one might say. to the series of letters entitled. "Eminent Men I Have Saw." Margaret J. Preston dictates, and hasifor the pa...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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