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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 5 October 1889

WWfitmwf ,f.V ? S!JFJ5 s W'hrP iTh' .-.Z ?f BP" ,BT,"f fc , 2-5 fS ll i I? fc 7 f; f s ENt : e ssj ?i' mtftxn pSattiW SKtoJl OFFICIAL PAPER OP TKEGO COUITT. COWICK & METZ, Editors and Publishers. Saturday, October 5, 1889. Tanner's successor has not yet been Appointed. Mrs. Fuson's residence and store are both for rent 453-tf W. S. Harrison shipped some cattle to Kansas City this week. Geo. Baker drove to Buffalo Park last Tuesday, on business. TVe contemplate some improvements in this paper in the near future. Ben L. Green, of the Dighton Jour nal, gave this office a call yesterday. County commissioners meet Monday, Oct 7th, it being a regular meeting. Hon. W. C.L. Beard was in Hutchin son on business several dajs this week. Geo. J. Shepardmade a business trip to the eastern part of the state this week. "W. S. Meales, an attorney from Den Ter, had business in district court this week. E. T. Lovitt, a prominent attorney from Salina, took part in a jury trial last Wednesday. Sect...

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. — 5 October 1889

KmiwfWmmmmm, 'Ci' .9T .-.IS 3 -?v? ":2 '. A?s"vr"i& .tr -r- "ti? KW . tf k'T ' TBEGO COUNTY BEPUBLICAN CONVENTION. A convention of delegates of the Re publican party of Trego county met at the court house in Wa-Keeney Sept 28, 18S9, at the call of the central committee. The convention was called to order by A. H. Blair chairman of the county cen tral committee. On motion of J. C. Brown, of Collyer, "F. H.Coager was elected temporary chair man and H. B. Cunningham temporary secretary. C. C. Biagway, Geo. W.McMichael and J. C. Brown were appointed a committee on credentials and reported the following names as delegates and entitled to a seat in the convention: Wa-Keeneyjtownship; H. B Cunning ham, G. T. Galloway, A J. McCollum, A B.Jones, B.J. F. Hann3, A. J. Harlan, A. S. Peacock, P. H. Burnham, F. EL Jonger, Goo. McMichael, Frank Walker, W. E. Tilton, W. S. Harrison and C. H. Aylworth, Collyer township: J. C. Brown, A W. Purinton, J. M. Bhoades, Geo. T. Hargett, T. W. Bundy and ...

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. — 5 October 1889

fPPf sask-!?"- ."wrva v?!?5Q r- " ?"I " a" irc ?. s "52? Hi i f; it &r Mi. ?i " v- fe , TOPICS OF .THE TIMES. A Choice Selection of Inter esting Items. ChatoceyJT. DepeVs income now eaches the enormous figure of $125, 000 per year. Governor Beaveb, of Pennsylvania, Ms visited every county in the State since he became a Governor. Queen Victoria is taking Kentucky whisky not because she is a Colonel, but because it has been recommended by her physician in place of -wine. Leo XHL although seventy-eight years old, "works harder than any Europen sovereign. He rises between 4 and 5 in summer, and between 5 and 6 in -winter. Emperor "William, of Germany, no longer suffers from insomnia. It is said that he wears a night attire of a peculiar Oriental texture which pro duces sleep. Mitchell Bros., of Cadillac, Mich., thought the water in their cistern had a peculiar odor, and they investigated, finding an alligator four feet long, which had probably escaped from a traveling show. A boy of...

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. — 5 October 1889

sraswe I Tt?-ii!er! KSj&T4- v- -;-.- ?it ' y w ISS i m & KANSAS STATE NEWS. J. C lUley, jr., announces the sale by Slim of the Dighton Herald to F. B. Steams. The Sylvan Grove Sentinel says that -a prohibition convention held at Lin ooln nominated a fall county ticket. Abilene Reflector: Arrangements have finally been completed for the lo--cation here of the central station of the Belle Springs creamery company. On its rounds: Kansas has a school Jiouse for every 185 of the population, Illinois for every 300, Ohio for every 300, Pennsylvania for every 400, Maesa chusetts for every 600. Hoi ton Recorder: According to the Begister at the old settlers' reunion, the first settler of Jackson county was E. T. Ellis, of Grant township, who came here February 4, 1854. Dudley Atkins announces the sale of nis Riley Times to Southwick Brothers, publishers of the Biley Regent. The sale covers subscription books and good will only. Horton Commercial: Rev. J. K. Mc Ginnis, of Powhattan, w...

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. — 5 October 1889

jfrrsm r V - M E R.i ir.i:7-r: IF '.I f lit Pi ITS. I w I?- f :V .? LEVELLING. The Emperor or China bad something on his Bind; It had struck him that distinctions, inch as everywhere you find, Of wealth and rank are most unfair, as well as most unkind. - Bo he said to his Prime Minister, "This shall no longer be; Tor why my friends and brothers should go bowing down to me, When I am no whit better, I really cannot see!" The wortbyold Prime Minister was infinitely shocked; His head he shook astutely, and his eyes he wisely cocked, Ac ho said with deepest reverence, "My lord has surely mocked ! Hcn'ditary wisdom, hereditary truth!" 'Hereditary chopsticks !" the Emperor cried, "Good sooth ! As sensibly might you adore hereditary youth! 'This thing shall have a trial; you will writei my friend, straightway, JJy imperial proclamation, that from this very day Hank and riches shall be equal !" With a ges ture of dismay The Minister besought him, "My lord, I crave one boon; I will write the...

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. — 12 October 1889

NT ,&- If "Tearly Siibsoription. $a.oo ELEVENTH YEAR. THERE'S NO USE OF TRYING. iCovmg Married Couples Can't Conceal Their Happiness fivim the Envious "World. It is a Pullman porter, who is talking to an attentive scribe. "Hardly a week goes by, says the porter, "that I don't see a bridal couple just starting out on their honeymoon. I don't exactly know how I can tell them, but they are as plainly marked to my eyes as if thov had the words n.! j .1 t i " i -t t lj . unue anu groom srampea in Dig letters on tneir loreueads. There is something about them that gives the whole situation away a kind of cling-right-next-to-me-darling air. Of course, 1 have made a mistake now and then, hut it is seldom I do, and I've often found out, after changing my mind two or three times that I was right after all, though certain appearances were against it. We generally have a test which never fails, and when a doubtful party comes along we spring it on them, just to be sure, vou know. " What's th...

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. — 12 October 1889

?SL- -.i ??:. ' sfl?' -. ti i .r-r"'-i. ii,. A " i f fc OFFICIAL PAPER OP TBEflO COUITY. COVQK& KETZt Editors and Publishers. Saturday, October 12, 1889. BEPUBLICAN TICKET, Sheriff, THEO. COURTNEY. County Clerk, C. A. HOAR. ' Treasurer, W. G, MARSHALL. Register of Deeds. GEOTW. CROSS. Coroner, JOSHUA GROFT, Surveyor, irveyor, FERRIS. C, J. Attorney Genebaxi Eellogg gives it as his opinion that a woman is elegible to the office of county clerk in this state. Db. Khoii is an independent candidate lor coroner. November 5. will be a Khol day for that rooster. Ellis Headlight. EsERXTHiXGis here and the directors of the Electric Light Company meet to night to arrange for putting np the wires and the system in operation next week. Hays City Fiee Prev. To make hog raising a success they must have an abundance of fresh water at all times. Hays City Free Pi e, Our experience has been different. Those who have been the most successful, as hogs, are those who shun freshwater when they can g...

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. — 12 October 1889

K-'iSfWilVf. IT, xVS - - M Iss itr ffiL flTE AMONG ROYALTY. HE 7?AMOCS HUMORIST ATTENDS THE FIFE WEDDING. Jle Sends tlie Itoyal Bride a Beautiful H.ime-Made American Present Viewing the Marriage Pageant in a Kain-Storm-Bret Harto and Euclire. i JUST dropped over here to attend the royal wed ding and shall remain a I week at this town, per haps. I could not attend the Battenberg wedding on account oX illness among my stock, but I said to myself then that if I ever happened to be near London again when thara im.a n rkxrnl woHrllnrr fr iyv would not crawl out of I took a club train Irom j Paris at half past 4 in the I evening and came via Calais and Dover to Lon- 'don. The ride was de void of Incident. The channel has my compli ments, such as they are. Everybody pays his compliments to the channel. It is a lovely sheet of water. I looked at it quite a while with great big. solemn, soul-lit eyes and heaving chest. It is not a wide chan nel, but it is a very busy one. I went at once to t...

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. — 12 October 1889

S3 i -v " ii .i..fej"57.4 -iHa.'-vnKrJ1!-1 fei-ijr ,fca .js -"kw vy -q: j"t? -" , n'i.yv-' TwC - x r - - -y-? ".- y , ---'. -sjr-ir ,; i fFv-c.-? t,i i"" '0? -? 4VSf3C '-TTOjfHSLfflJiimB-1 JJMULU r l? ; a..? S.v 7, .j v Wfow pSan&s OFFICIAL PAPSB OF TBESO COUHTY. CO WICK & METZ, Ediiois and Publishers. Saturda.t, October 12, 1889. Pumpkin pies are ripe. Democratic county convention to-day. W. F. Cross, of Glencoe was in town Tuesday. Our public schools seem to be in good running order. Will Burroughs has returned from bis trip to Arkansas. Born, October 0, 18S9, to Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Holmes, a girl. Leaves have their time to fall and so do Democratic office holders. L. M. Graves, of Adair precint, was a welcome pallor last Saturday. Dr. L. M. (jibsou, of Hajs City, was in Wa-Keeney last Wednesday. Mrs. W. G. Marshall returned last week from an extended visit to Iowa. J. L. Brown has divided his largo stock and sent r. portion of it to Ellis. I. W. Jones, of Banner, called la...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 12 October 1889

vr-: Z.7' -zWJi -. rg-VVjy v i" ' , .--. v r& & ' :a ?a; r5 Jfc Commissioners Meeting. Continued from Page 3. Wa-Eeeket, Kan., Oct., 7, 13S9. John Brown asked the board to allow liim the sum of $L50 for cleaning court room after the meeting of the Bepublican delegate convention. Board rejected the claim on the ground that the party to "whom the room was let should pay the bill for keeping it clean. B. F. Moore, trustee of "Wa-Keeney township, made a report in regard to the building of a bridge across Big creek, near Chalk's place, south of Wa Keoney. The report being unfavorable to the "building of a bridge afc this timej board refused to make the necessary appropria tions. In the matter of a road which had been petitioned for by A. A. Cockrell and others in northeastern Trego connty, and which had been viewed and surveyed in accordance with an order mad8 by the commissioners, the board, after having the proceedings of the viewers read at their meeting, being satisfied that ...

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. — 12 October 1889

Wr , : VWSi. E jFT ?'' -V - lrv so- - - I Ife tW TOPICS OF- THE TIMES. A Choice Selection of Inter esting Items. The extremely fashionable summer young man wears a silver bangle on the left -wrist. Thebe are still over 10,000,000 6quare miles of districts in various heathen lands, where missionaries thus far have never entered. Jay Gould, when just twenty-one, wrote the "History of Delaware Coun ty, New York," in which he denounced monopoly in strong terms. The vol ume is worth $10 when it can be ob tained. The average woman walks farther in a week than a drover, she stands on her feet more than a blacksmith, she defies the laws of health more than an Indian, and then wonders why she isn't well like other folks. Exgixeeb Folsom, who ran the ill fated Ashtabula train at the time of the awful disaster about thirteen years ago, has never since handled a throttle. He is employed in the purchasing de partment of one of the "Western rail roads. Mr. Folsom is about fifty years old. Tolstoi...

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. — 12 October 1889

-nwm - fW'JN.AAi.K. S'tl ;SBis..S 1 Sf -a 2 LT& . a . V'ff 3 'Sf- Hj&i -i , TV tar & . -v 5 r t KANSAS STATE NEWS. The Liberal Leader says that work has commenced upon the new $8,000 school house. It is to be of stone and brick. The Santa Fe Monitor rejoices over "the commencement of actual business by the new roller flooring mills of that place. Dighton Journal: The teachers of Lane county will organize a Chautau quan reading circle in the near future. The time to complete the course will be three years. Harper Sentinel: The Attica sugar mill is running nicely, turning out just oodles of fine sugar; not a break has occurred, and the farmers who raised cane hare their pockets full of "rocks:" Jewell City Republican: There is, at least, one honest man in this county. A banker paid Louis Speilman ten dollars too much by mistake. On his way home Mr. Speilman discovered the error and brought the money back. Ness City Times' school notes: Our friends .will be glad to know tha...

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. — 12 October 1889

l3F HS5?;wV5t? -ST " r w & n It: I fr fcf ;v Pi- ist t3-v &.- .- BT JCAVDA L. CBOCKEB. Throw it away; it I8de Eu lost it's tpell of delight I know ; but its petals of red Ijy on her bosom last night. i TU all I've left of a romance dear, i Tis all I may call my own ; , "Tis all I've left of a year i The sweetest my soul has Known. It opened in glad surprise To the glorious heavenly dawn Of her beautiful dewy eyes As last night's hours sped on. -Throw it away ; it is dead-" I know ; but this and "gocd-by, A roso and a word she said, For me, can never die. Last night at the touch of her hand My being thrilled with delight, FoTgetful that time's shining sand Bat measured her love in its flight. Enraptured, a man among men, J lived in a haven of bliss A heaven so real; but then To-day I've nothing but this l x A rose all withered yes, dead ; Yes, rithevedand "dead;" you are right; But I mind its petals of red On her bosom lay last night. Bicbxaxd, Mich. UNCLE BEN'S STORY. BY GEO...

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. — 19 October 1889

.t" ". &&V" tiJ kv El X v fe. H V si ; I?J fe. m J5 gFfFWSE&FG& I H Ye6uly Subscription tS.OO ELEVENTH YEAE. ANSWERED. BT TXTiA, WHEELER 'WILCOX. Good-by yes. I am gokig. Sudden f Well, you are right. But a startling truth camo home to me With a sudden force last night. What is it? shall I tell you Nay, that is why I go. , I am running away from tho battle-field, j-Tirning my ouck on tne ioo. &. Biddies I You think me cruel! Have vou not been most kind? Why, when you question mo like that. What answer can I find? f?A You fear jou failod toomuao me, "" - Your husband's friend and guest, Whom he bade ou entertain and please Well, you have done your best. Then whv am I going? I A friend of mine abroad, Whoso theories I have been acting upon. ' Has proven himself a fraud. You havo heard mo quote from Plato A thousand timcB, no doubt; Well, I have discovered he did not know What ho was talking about. Yon think I am speaking strangely? You cannot understand? Well, let ...

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. — 19 October 1889

iyWWSPI ; :imw- -v - 5 -w S?3?LJW' 'AMHtUJHMMNmiHlHJiWi tenr l Wtem aSanaj Vjnriil OFFICIAL PAPER OF TRE60 COUITT. CO WICK & METZ, Editors and Publishers. Saturday, October 19, 1889. BEPUBLICAN TICKET. Sheriff, THEO. COURTNEY. CountyCIerk, C. A. HOAB. Treasurer, W. G. MARSHALL. Eegister of Deeds, GEO. W. CROSS. Coroner, JOSHUA GROFT. Surveyor, C. J. FERRIS. Commissioner. 3rd District, CHAS. NEFF. The campaign Trill be brief. The Republicans will have a majority in both houses of the next congress for the first time in fourteen years. The Logan county Republican speaks of John W. Kerns of that county as the next receiTer of the "Wa-Keeney land office. Politics are warming up in Ellis county. One of the papers at Hays City characterizes a candidate as a perjurer and robber. It seems to us that, politically, Ellis county has more factions than any county in the state. Wa-Keenet WobiiD. How about Trego county, neighbor. Ellis Review. We have no factions in Trego county. One Republic...

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. — 19 October 1889

CST- SSsrS v 'v, ft-sssarLvE.". - ' FW :5. Iter '? R If AT CUSHlSG'SiESEiOfD. SKETCHES AT A PIfASAKT BESOBT DOWN Df MAINE. Pretty Pictures and. Hand soma Girls The Work of a Chicago Sketching Club IonjjfeUow's Birthplace Sandwich Parties. Cnshings Island, ITe., letter to Chicago Inter Ocean. THE -urgent re quest of the guests of the Ottawa House, as -well as at the suggestion of art,-lovers of Portland -who are interested Tin. the iwork of Chicago's Psk'etching party, an exhibition is now in .progress here at which are seen some of the many sketches made on the island during the past few weeks. It is something unusual to have an art exhibition during the summer months, and hardly an ordinary., attraction at a CSXTH BXXTOK. summer resort, but Cushing's Island has a brainy element, and its visitors are not judged by ordinary standards. The artists and pupils who "came here from the West have had but since the first of July in- which ;to prepare the many sketches now on exhibition. The...

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. — 19 October 1889

I 2S1r; JTt"'" TWIri-'- J - At? .vM?-" ",?& -?i's ' - - s-A-iS' ' ---- - "&, i- ' Win "vi,"t ?- t-'&jStl IX P. Sfltfimt mm 3tto!l OFFICIAL PAPEi OF THEflO COUITY. CO WICK & METZ, Editors and Publishers. Saturday, October 19, 1889. Ogallah Township Caucus. The Eepublicans of Ogallah township will hold a caucus at the school house in Ogallah, Saturday, October 26, 1889, at 2 o'clock p. m., to nominate township offic ers and transact such other business as may properly come up. By order of Central Committee. Wa-Keeney Township Caucus. The Eepublicans of Wa-Keeney town ship will hold their township caucus at the court house in Wa-Keeney, Kansas, on Saturday, Oct 26, at 2 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of placing in nomination the following township officers: One trustee, one clerk, one treasurer, two constables, one justice of the peace, one road overseer in each road district in the county. J. L. Bbown, W. B. KELLT, E. 1. Wheeleb. Committee Bepublican Central Committee ...

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. — 19 October 1889

Wsgr mi t 'gr - j-" '" -. & - ,' ". "i v. V , ' -' r r v ft f4 PATMrEWV INSTITUTE. The Session of Last Week a Short But Interesting One. The Trego County Farmers' Institute convened at the court house Friday afternoon, October 1L The president, R. G. Kessler, occupied the chair. Geo. V. York, the secretary, being absent, Ben. C. Eich was chosen secretary pro tern. Messrs. Tilto'n, Bobb and Kelly were appointed committee on program; and the following was presented: 2.15 p. it. Essay, - Hon. Martin Allen Discussion. 3.11 t. u. The Belation Between Fanning and Stock Growing, ... O.W. Tunnell Discussion. Mr. Allen's essay, subject, "The Ques tion of Firewood or the Western Plains," favors for this country the planting of ailanthus four or five feet each way, cul tivating same as corn or mulching, cut before next year's growth begins. Do the same each year. Each year, as the roots grow older, the yield is increased. A lady can cut it with a hatchet. Don't know how mach an acre will p...

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. — 19 October 1889

- aswgWBBJr1 -'t7&&k&&$ S?"- tw Cj: 3 V "4 $:g. .At- - ." v tM" . TOPICS OF THE TIMES. A Choice Selection of Inter esting Items. Mrs. Kestersox, of Fulton, Ky., has five'sons, and the birthday of each is July 24. ' . , Axsokia, Conn., has a two-year-old oy who cries for" cigars, and smokes them "when they are given to him. The Wichita (Kan.) girls -who horse whipped a man evidently believe that a lash is a proper remedy for a mash. A New York white-ribboner sug gests that coffee stands be placed close to every saloon, each person to receive a piece of bread or a cracker "with cof fee or tea at a penny a cup. The TJte Indians are again on the rampage in Routt County,rColorado. As there are some vacancies in the other world it has been suggested that a few Utes might be welcome -there. An oyster bed of unusual spe and richness was discovered recently by a Danish fisherman near the coast of Jutland. It is some eleven miles from land and fifteen miles long by seven miles...

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. — 19 October 1889

BiW8J5!SS3BSHBBra!S3Saff s&Sff -' 5Cst,'Sn e"V v--"-a tir "'f j-,-i- JJrfevt?'T-'!r Wi. :- -jd KANSAS STATE NEWS. itional Anti-Prohibition Journal is the name of a new paper started in BBeavenworth. A hton Herald: Three car loads ptfwud horses were shipped east from here Saturday. ; The Medicine Lodge Index says that m slate roof is being put on the new School building there. " j The Atchison Champion is now head ed, "Founded by John A. Martin'; Phil-iip-Exohn managing editor." ? Anthony Bepublican: The Globe Salt company has just shipped five cars of bulk salt to Sioux City, Iowa. 5'Ths Junction City Union says that S55,000 worth of work has been con tracted for at Fort Kiley within two weeks. The Beacon, M. D. Sutherlin Co. editors and publishers, Bandall, Jewell 'county, first issue September 27, is filed (with the State Historical society. Greeley county has built oyer a 'dozen good school houses this fall, and although only a year old has thirty school districts in good wor...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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