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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 24 August 1889

!9t5--vP5l A.5V" ? sWV-C " ' ' m- r - p- H .crf : HT :, , "?" . ' s'r- V '- pPW feAi FOB RSQ-1'STER OF DEEDS. r f$fetcrw ani 3lttol G.I.VERBECK H.DANN, . OFFICIAL PAPER OF 7REQ0 COUHTY. '4 JV. S. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, August 24, 1889. United States Land Attorney. -.& ?i& PPv & E- ,L CALNTDID.A.TEiS. FOR COUNTY TREASURER. I am a candidate for county treasurer ol Trego county, subject to tho decision ot the Eepublican county convention or primary election. K. G. Kessleb, ,ColIyer Township. FOR COUATT TREASURER. T hercbr announce myplf as fi candidate for County Treasurer of Trego county, subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention or Primary Election. James Ezllt, Wa-Kecney Township. sJn FOR COUNTY TREASURER. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the Republican nomination for County Treasurer of Trego county. E. D. Wheeler. .Wa-Keeney TownIiip. FOR COUNTY TREASURER. I am a candidate for County Treasurer of Trego county, on the basis of beios nomin...

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. — 24 August 1889

fsWr-MmpMmmwmwm ,; -" r f s- s y- If, w- amSvfT JK&M'!? otr jest- e-" rff "'14 :; , IK7 "35? . vr TO i -v B?! r,- 5-vf ' l" J. R. Wilson is back from Illinois. Graping is a big part of the go now. Keep an eye on the elocutionary con test New wild hay sells at from 3.50 to $4.00 a ton. Captain Hanna is back from his Col orado trip. H. J. Hille went to Buffalo Park on Wednesday. Miss Ollie Caddick was at Hays City on Monday. Mrs. J. B. Beal, of Grainfield, is on a visit in York state. Dr. Conger went to Kansas City the fore part of the week. H. E. Morse and family are occupy ing the L. C. Killam residence. Mrs. F. Dan ford was up from Hays City to see the show last Monday. Anew daughter arrived on Monday to bles3 the J. A. Sharpe household. Geo. L Verbeck shipped thirty-eight tubs of butter to New York on Wednes day. Several of the citizens of this place had a picnic at Gibbs's Grove yesterday afternoon. Verbeck's advertisement will attract jour attention. He means all that he say...

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. — 24 August 1889

83 32KS?fc ,:. ffil'iv -.; -nxt ?? Sji "& ei. & y&&sp!3p ' ?m isr itf- I ft. m w Si Wi i. ?J frS & m? &. s" S ye ts- -TSSs -- ".! TOPICS OF THE TIMES. A Choice Selection of Inter esting Items. Dueing the last ten years Ameri cans nave contributed $20,000,000 to relieve suffering caused by disasters or epidemics. The San Francisco man who has entered a $300,000,000 claim in the courts there against the city must be a near relative of the man who -wants the earth. The Bussian army -will soon be pro vided -with breech-loading rifles -which will carry a distance of 6,000 feet, ifoiseless powder -will also be used in future by the army. Bees settled in the top of a house near Atlanta, Ga., eight years ago, and the other day, -when the gable end -was removed, the entire roof -was found to be filled -with honey. A Nueehbukg manufacturer has in vented pencils in blue, black, and brown for -writing on the human skin. They are for use in anatomical and chemical demonst...

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. — 24 August 1889

S.-Viia JW iV Cwsss -V ffh lW & " P KANSAS STATE NEWS. Fort Scott street cars are to be ion by gas motors. Junction City Union: G. W. O Bohrer has quit the newspaper business and is now engaged in mining opera tions at New Bloomfield, Mb. Horton Commercial: Monday the biggest showing in brick laying ever made in Horton was produced. Five men on the Sautter building laid 30,000 brick. t Edmond Times: Edmond can boast of more full-booded chickens of the va rious breeds, than any other town in the county. "Why not have a chicken show? Wilson Echo: The Sons of Vets found a bonanza in the neck tie social ithey held in B. T. Levitt's hall last Thursday night The proceeds of the evening footed up $198.00. Lamed Eagle-Optic: Health seekers continue to arrive in our city, and the capacity of the bath house at the min eral well is still taxed to its utmost to accommodate its numerous patrons. Oskaloosa Independent: Meriden is to have a new paper, "The Advocate," we believe. Mr. J. P. Lime...

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. — 24 August 1889

gSSg3 i' .iSiSrVJi - .JJ ,"T .'.. . .- ir-.-c ' Q'?Tt tA--ve-.-ji. Vt.,."aa''WSv..r. a.a-t r yi r-asr 1 ?Tv 7" ? . " Jx-'t' , n .i Ei " " TOO OLD TO X.EAKK, laat Btnntbin of a vet'raa. Jest a tumin'80 year, Inui that's bale and hearty and a stranger tew all fear; But I've heerd Borne news this mornln' that has made my old head spin, tm I'm goin' to ease my consbmu if I never speak agin. Itb lived my four score years of life, and never 'til tewday Was I taken f er a jackass or an ign'rant kind o Jay Tew be staffed -with sech dnrned nonsense "bout them crawling' bugs and worms That's a killin human bein's -with their mi- crowskopic germs. They say there's "mikrobes" all around huntin' for their prey ; There's nothin' pure to eat or drink or no safe place tew stay. There's "misamy in the dew fall and "malary" in tho sun; Tain safe tew be out doors at noon or when the day is done There's "bactcry" in tho water and "tricheeney" in tho meat. Ameeby in the atmosfeer, "calory" in the heat; ...

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. — 31 August 1889

N be 'iSSr' n V r " l& & .V K.' i t E33t i . it - if- wmwwmmmmmmmmsmmmsmmmmmmmmm -w ifv; - t -t -- - --.,-- Yearly Subscription $S.OO ELEVENTH YEAR. AIK CASTLES. BY YTLMA CALDWELL MELVILLE. All my life 1'vo owned fine castles, Owned lino castles built in air, Architectured by inj fancy, Furnifahed m u iniinuer fare. Peopled by a wondrous jieople Differing far from me and j ou Men v,ho know no law but duty, Women -who are o er true. Thro these castles oft I wander, Listening to tbe music sweet , Of tbe plashing, crystal fountains Flinging spray beneath my feet ; Flowers springing 'neatb each, casement, Iioveber far than lotob-bloom. With like jxjwor to thrall the senses Fill tbe air with sweet perfume. Fain I'd linger there forever, Dreaming dreams of golden huo, "Mid the music and the flowers 'Mid the hearts as Heav'n true. But e'en as I look and listen, Bound me falls the castle fair, And I'm wafted swiftly earthward From my castle in tbo air! -St. Louis Magazine. TWO BADLY...

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. — 31 August 1889

Tj&sf . i avr?5 e V &&&&&&: r - ? r- f-S?tf- - A 21 ?ys jtjs? LwC fj-V t ti"?" i5 :?i Jir, BE 1 m .. TREES. Visitor to the Forestry Station Makes a Report. To Whom it Hay Concern- On Friday last, about 10 o'clock a. m., we took oar favorite team and buggy, drove to Collyer for dinner, thence to the forestry station, one mile this ride of Ogallah, found the forester, Mr. Wynn, took him into the buggy and drove to Ogallah, and stopped ourself and team with mine host, Yetter, who does the hotel and barn business for the village, "We spent most of the evening talking with Mr. Wynn about forestry, forest trees, their natures, habits and prefer ences; as to soils, cultivation, times of plautmg, transplanting, etc. We fared gumptuoosly, as we always do at Tetter's, and were greatly pleased with Mr. Wynn, who has been for six years at work on forestry farms, and fully understands the business. For the past six months he has jbeen superintending the Trego county s...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 31 August 1889

ypgffggyj 2S '&jEa-r-Av BSSHTTSft&c f?'illy-)ft.?f '"-w' - -.- jiJ .V 7. fr"S .i.- J.rPaj"ti!-!lA S;( eS&BW ." vM,iw "? 4 " "t xt t 'Mfi " '"'" " ' " i.. -"" '. ' -. -' t Crjurr" '"TiV. A I & S fl x IS THE REALM OF FASHION ENGIJSH WALKING, PICNIC AND TEN NIS DKESSES. Revival of the Craze for Big Buttons The Fashion or Collecting Button Sets The Rebnttoned Girl Breton Jackets and Directory Gowns. rASHION certainly cakes wondrous freaks. If lime Rec amier and Hma. de Stael could make a flying visit to Yonkers or Larchment o r Flushing, Long Island, or any one of the beautiful suburbs fc ithin an hoar's ride of New York where the stately country houses are thrown open to gayly dressed, chatting, laughing women, they would find that their fair hostesses were gowned, even to the last button, in exact imitation of what these two leaders of the Parisian world intro duced as the fashion of their aay 100 years ago, writes a New York correspondent of the Chicago News. These Ee...

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. — 31 August 1889

&? sr V '"5 V . .rr ji -& S ' vj y ? FOR REGISTER OF DEEDS ISBS" f- -s.ia G.I.VERBECK w. cSxs4J"--j Astern gimSH SRfartfl. sTaSSJ - & S FFICIAL PAPER OF TREGO COUNTY. United SUtM Land Attorney. . r tf. 8. TILTON, Editor. V w. ' V- SRSftijKSJS1 , 1 MMB,M'1 " I fr U-" . r?. , ?$ -t r fc Satubday, August 31, 1889. FOR COUNTY TREASURER. lim candidate for comity treasurer of Trego county, subject to the decision of the Republican county convention or primary election. R. G. Ktssueb, ij Collyer ToTnshlp. ron county treasurer. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for County Treasurer of Trego county, subject to the ''decision of the Republican County Convention or Primary Election. James Kzixy, Wa-Keeney Township. FOR COUTY TREASURER. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the BepubUcan nomination for County Treasurer of Trego county. E. D. W0EELEB. Wa-Keeney Township FOR COUKTY TREASURER I am a candidate for County Treasurer of Trego county, on the basis of being nomin...

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. — 31 August 1889

& ' - ' - f w. "ir - vfrf -mK.", 5- 0&wsV V V5SK' S?Sr&3W8e ;3 .i- ;v m- $ COMMITTEE CALL. The Committee on Arrangements for UiaTeterans' -reunion Is hereby called to meet In "Wa-Keeney on Saturday, Beptember 7, 1889, at 2 o'clock p. m. The !omIttoes on Finance and on Supplies are re quested to meet with the Committee on Arrange ment'. Business of Importance Is to be considered. Don't forget the date. W. 8.TH.TOX, Chairman of Committee on. Arrangements. B- G. KESSLEK, Secretary. J. W. Kerns, of Oakley, stopped in town Wednesday night. Hon. S. C. Kobb was at Hays City J on Monday, on business. Sheriff Hopkins, of Gove county, was in town Wednesday night. Hon. Hill P. Wilson, of Hays City was in town Monday night. Rev. A.TJ. See, of Salina, will preach in the M. E. church to-morrow (Sunday) morning. Mrs. D. M Johnson and family have moved into the northeast of the original "six cottages." F. Danford Esq.,went to Grainfieldby Wednesday forenoon's train, and returned by the ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 31 August 1889

IBiP?S33P1 ,-3)-'2f ' " I. & sSS ' s ;S ;-& rX S.Jtir-iv -? TOPICS OF THE TIMES. A Choice Selection of Inter esting Items. TmBTY-frwo new species of fish have been discovered in the waters of the Northern Pacific. The wealth of Frederick Douglass, United States Minister to Hayti, is es timated at $300,000. A full-blooded negro girl is about to be sent out to Africa as a mission ary, by the Georgia W. C. T. I?. Ik the United States now Chicago ranks second in population and the Chicago Kiver ranks, first in rankness. The French war office has adopted the use of bicycles. Four velociped ists are to be attached to each regi ment of infantry. The pistol that wasn't loaded is kill ing about as many people this summer as usual. It is one of the most dan gerous weapons known to science. The Vermont Microscopical Associa tion has announced that a prize, of $250, given by a firm of chemists, will be paid to the first discoverer of a new disease germ. Mr. Gladstoke has increased his a...

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. — 31 August 1889

vm&tmw SflrvSE il&? "V"is-. If Mmm'r m m 0 U ?-: Ksl1 tii. .. RJ? KANSAS SiAfE NEWS. O. F. Elder announces the suspension of Mb paper, the Bazine Leader. , "Ulysses Eegister: T. E. Hornaday this "week moved the Plainsman plant and his family from Shockeyville to Ulysses. "We wish him success. Prof. J. J. Kippetoe, late of Camp bell university, at Holton, Kansas, has accepted appointment to the chair of mathematics in a university at Spokane Falls, Washington territory. Burlington Independent: The un official returns from the election show that the court house and jail proposi tion -were defeated by 743 majority. Arkalon News : M. J". Frisbie reports an apricot tree as growing 30 inches since it was set out in the spring. It belongs to H. C. Evans, near this city. Little Eiver Monitor: Nearly $1,000 worth of grain was sold the first week after threshing begun. This amount will be doubled for every day in the week as soon as the farmers really be gin to thresh. Paiico Courier:...

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. — 31 August 1889

v-sjn? J - '4ic-Sb35C5 .1-!?? '"f-'-r I & -.i XnOATI DDOSTZS CXBAS. BT JOHX DEWXTT. They gave a ball at McSweeney', Mike Keegan he smoked a cig-yar, He knew that it wa.t im-poor-ted, MeGuinnesa boort it on a kyar. It was woorse than any Bto-gie .On, my i though, but wasn't it rank. Prom the way that Eeegan smoked it, You'd a thought that ho owned a bank. He smoked it out in the hallway, "Wld a plashter back iv his neck, And "The wind blew through his whis kers," Making of them a total wreck, Through the window he'd left open. Ee needed a stbiff hur-ri-cane ; But 'twill bo many a day, though, Before Keegan -Rill smoke a-gain. Misses Kecgan safd, "McSweeney, Mary Ann's put bad eggs in the duff." But Ktegan, he calmly stood there, And he took another long puff. Then some one said, "The gas was leaking," "While others, "A rat had died there," But Keegan, he kept on smoking At the foot of the big hall stair. They np-pine-ted a com-mit-toe To dischoover the hor-rid smell, Who got onto...

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. — 7 September 1889

IF M l.i 11 1 lfef .V m j"? ILiHHHf ' r ' "VT-r Yearly Subscription 42.00 ELEVENTH YEAR. SABBATH BEADING. Reasons Why We Should Be Thankful for What We Have. HE REMEMBERED HIS FATHER. The Work of Our Missionary Hard to An swerA Field for Christian Wo men Good Cheer. Hard to Ansxeer. Syra, when a child, begged his preceptor to instruct him in the law of God, but he declined, saying that his scholar was too young to be taught these sacred mysteries. "But, master," said the boy, "I have been in the burial ground and measured the graves, and find some of them shorter than myself; now, if Ishould die before Ihave learned the word of God, what will become of me then, master?" He Remembered His Father. The son of a very eminent lawyer, while awaiting sentence in the felon's dock, was asked by the judge: "So you remember your father?" "Perfectly," said the youth; "whenever I entered his presence he said 'runaway, my lad, and don't trouble me.' " The great lawyer was thus enabled to complete...

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. — 7 September 1889

a- . 5&sms9&5rB& -'iVfcWM?"V , 3-QVJS' . I2r h r v r$i Lw K FAUM I FOBEST. Do not allow the early potatoes to re main in the ground too long. Strawberries cau be get oat now at pay time to a good advantage. Neither ouiona nor potatoes shonld be put in large piles until cold weather sets in. One hundred fpc of raspberry bushes will furnish an ordinary family with a supply for a 3 ear. In the fall is a good time to eetcut aa asparagus bed. Make arrangements for the plants in good season. If trees are. growing in a poor soil j more or less manure snonia do appneu to furnish plenty of plant food. Crab grass and foxtail should not be allowed to mature seed in the garden; once those pests get well established they fire difficult to eradicate. With young trees especially, it is sometimes an item to prune in August, when the flow of sap has nearly or quite .stopped. Older and more matured trees can be pruned later. Prunes should never be planted very close to plums, as they will...

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. — 7 September 1889

SSt?W v - "" && -i- , rvf: ? T If, V & if J- b- PRETTY LAKE GEORGE. MAKYJfATIONAIiTIES REPRESENTED AMONG HOTEL GUESTS. Bridal Couples Abound Just as They Do at Niagara Falls A Southern Heiress "Whose Pastime Is Hunting Squirrels and Babbits Personal Notes. SPECIAL C0BBESP0NDEXCE.1 LosGsiDE Lake Geoege. August, lvsa. several or the routes to famous "watering-places are icommouly made to jinclude a sail on Lako George. It is close to Saratoga, odIjt a little further off from the Adiron dacks and the Green Mountains, and not remote from the White Mountains. Its scenery is so fa mously beautiful that tourists are willing to go a little out of their direct course to sail over its phenomenally clear water and to look at the mountain sconery which sur rounds it There is hardly a place in the country, away from a big city, where one sees so many nationalities represented in the guests ait the hotels. But when you como to settling in your mind, without outside evidence, what coun...

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. — 7 September 1889

i Zy$&&rtbg??- 5b iA -i " "rn 4T 5 T flfiSs j . v i s FOR RJXHSTEB OF pEgDS. fPtftcnj' gsusjesfltfd, O.I.VERBECK yf 9rDANN, i Vr OFFICIAL PAPEIl 0? TREGO CODMTY. :. m--B -"" .- -j-- t- s-'v. , b t 'prj d & Unit States Land Attorntj. W. 8. TILTON, . . - --. - Editor. - -.! s re Its -- Cic ftSp Saturday, Sept. 7, 1889. OAIDIDATES. FOrt COUNTY TREASURER. I an a candidate for county treasurer of Trego comity, 'subject to the deci'ion of the Bepublican county convention or primary election. B. Q. KESSUSB, Collyer Township. fob countt treasurer. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for County Treasurer of Trego county, subject to thq decision of the Republican County Convention or Primary Election. James Kext, Wa-Keesiy Township FOE COUNTY TREASURER. I hereby announce my -elf as a candidate for the jipnbltcan nomination for County Treasurer of irro county. E. D WuEJUXB "Ufa KefMey Township FOit COOTY TREASURER. Ibt; csndUate for Couuty Treasurer of Trogo oouny,-oithe Lads o...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 7 September 1889

S: veW Xt 30? .& m&- .& tA -i -- r 3f )r Ik i '? t fc If g?S S OLP SOLDIERS' JIEETIU" G. On Campaign in Behalf of An Old Comrade. Grand Abut Hall, ) WA-KEENsr, Kansas, Sept, 3. 1889. ) Pursuant to a common and concurrent impulse and inspiration to that end, a goodly number of old war veterans came together from their homes in Wa-Keeney and vicinity, at 2 p. si. of the date above named, and sat down with uncovered heads to meditate upon "ways and means" to utter with distinctive tongues, and concentrate a little war-fire in the in terest of an old comrade who, after twenty-five years of rest .from battle, and twenty-four years from a rebel prison, is again called to the front. Captain Lewis Jones, of Banner, was called to the chair, and Captain J. Word Carson was asked to write the proceed ings. Col. W. C. Olson briefly stated that the .meeting was somewhat military in pur pose, and that every soldier present would have a chance to do his duty; but before the colonel coul...

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. — 7 September 1889

K?v. 5ir&ail?53?SIHBfiBI vj -t 3Kvvi ' - nry; t: v j swT.-'swsawii ' f - n "- n -2i-.'id;:J"sr :i -ez. ".- - ' sx. 7&-: ;?frf --' v:-i, -n v, iV 1 l i i & t S rs fc IJSi y- V f'V TOPICS OF THE TIMES. A Choice Selection of Inter esting Items. Live Tritner'ss still keep testifying Low easy it is to die by electricity. The small towns of Massachusetts have lost 150,000 of their population since the "war. A petrified tree -was recently un earthed at larmington, Is. J., sixteen feet below the surface. A petrified tiee "was recently un earthed at Farmington, N. J., sixteen feet below the surface. There are over 800,000 more widows than -widowers in England. In Prance for every 100 -widowers there are 191 widows. Ts one of the natural gas towns a cook gave her mistress prompt notice to leave, as she would never be willing to "cook God's meat with hell fire." New York now manufactures an im itation of every mineral w ater of any merit, and these are bottled, labeled, and sent ou...

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. — 7 September 1889

Jtrofl TTr JSJ? - JT mww--' --v '.j -Sr " "- W&& 3&" r.rjL. tee " . & ' m- &r IS a. a T r. i KANSAS STATE NEWS. Morton Monitor: Some mid horses have been running over Buffalo valley, ilr. Stitt captured two colts. Sylvia correspondence: Melons are in good demand and our melon growers are happy. From S80 to $120 per car is what they are realizing, against 20 last year. Belleville Press: "Workmen com menced this week to put down two cis terns of fivo hundred barrels each in the court house square, one will be put in south of the court house and the other near the jail. Junction City Bepublican: Battery F, fourth artillery, presented a very nico appearance while marching through tha city. Major Bodney, its present commander, has a splendid record as an officer during the rebellion. Belleville Press: "We need not talk about what Bopublic county will do in the future, but a little once in a while as to what is being done now. Friday eight cars of stock and ten of corn...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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