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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 23 November 1889

pp?5sSHH fg TOMJJ9ES TAMCWL BT BUSY SHAW. I gleam, I glow, I flash, I trt Rom under ey'rv cover; I own as quick a changing heart As any fickle lover. I shimmer softly on the floor, I gleam a glow uncanny; I lingor lovingly, and pour Soft light In nook and cranny. And ever, as I Bhine or fade, I tell a true life-story; A period in the depths of shade, The next in heights of glory. Give the fuel (my life) a stir, Note the flames that follow oft. Bouse, dreamers, then. Do not demur ; , Act wisely, and look aloft. Tou'd scarcely deem my radiance sprung ' From a somber stick of wood, Nor guess the power, its fibers 'mong, For vast evil or great good. Nor think, perhaps, some flowerfair, Sprung from earth mixed with ashes ; Nor that you breathe the same pure air "Which helps feed my bright flashes. And when I die, as when I glow, I tell a true life-story; I fade, the ashes fall, and, lo I They live in a flower's glory I South Kaukauka. "Wis. DO LISTED TO REASON. 8moking tranquilly in an e...

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. — 30 November 1889

n. e Mt n -.. .tit . Yearly Svibsoriptioxi $2.00 ELEVENTH YEAR. WHY WE ARE RIGHT-HANDED. Protection of the Vulnerable Fart of the Body. Primitive man.being by nature a fight ing animal, fought for the most part at first with his great canine teeth, his nails and his fists, till in process oi time he added to those early and nat Tiral "weapons, the further persecution of a club or shillaluh. He also fought, -as Darwin has conclusively shown, in ihe main for the possession of the ladie3 of his kind, against other members of his own sex and species. And if you fight you soon learn to protect the most exposed and vulnerable portion of your body. Or, if you don't, natural selec tion manages it for you, by killing yon off as an immediate consequence. To the boxer, -wrestler, or hand-to-hand combatant, that most vulneiable por tion is most undoubtedly the heart. A hard blow, -well delivered on the left breast, -will easily kill, or, at any rate, stun even a strong man. Hence, from an early...

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. — 30 November 1889

?iP-rirw 7it)TJ j e-r - ? ifse $ t - m sr rix.-s?? r id i-- m$ttxn wwfi 3ttoM. OFFICIAL PAPER OF TBEGO COUITY. QO WICK & METZ, Editors and Publishers. , Saturday, November 30, 1889. The Kansas City Times is running p special train west on the U. P. They sell the Times in Topeka two Jiours ahead of Topeka dailies. Stanley the great African ex plorer, is again safe, nearing his native terra-firraa. Wonder where the fellows are who are hunting Stanley? Missouri seems to hare broken out afresh during the past week. The recital of crime in that state is enough to make even a hard-hearted newspaper man sick. The Iowa legislature is tied in fiie lower house, but the Republicans will have six majority in the senate and a majority of six on joint ballot. Senator Allison will be his own suc cessor. Bos. E. J. Turner has charge of Cannon's campaign for speaker of fche houe of representatives. Tf he succeeds in pulling Cannon through Turner will have considerable pres tige in congress. For ...

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. — 30 November 1889

rwrt?tt 'APpsiasHSwWW fA -; suf-"" --oj--fi 13 SHE PQBGOTTHE FLOTJX BT FB AKK H. 8TATIFFEB. MADE a- ca'ce, like mamma does. At least, I bo in tended; Bat -what a blonder at the start That -was not to be m ended. "The cream -was rich, the sugar sweet, I beat the eggs for half an hoar: The sticky mes si It would not bake, For I'd left onttno floor 1" LIZABETfl'S" SACRIFICE YEIiMA CAlDWEltli MEI1VH1I1E. idlMOEROWwill be father a lonely Thanksgiving -with m only father and I in jKHv 7-jf I gentle-faced -woman XasnTK- as she stood watching Crr7; a flock of rain-be draggled chickens picking their way to ward the barn-yard. 'Thanksgiving has long been a sad an niversary to me, but always before there has been at least one of the boys here to help keep it; but now besides, a rainy Thanksgiving is unendurable. Dear me! how it does pour. "Well, I must brighten up for father's sake dear old father I may not even have him by another year." Then she put over the tea-kettle and began Betting 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. — 30 November 1889

zgegs?, :ty'A-- -i.'J-. m ,-A Wwtm &mt WiwM, OFFICIAL PAPER OF TBEGO COUITY. QO WICK & METZ, Editors and Publishers. Saturday, November 30. 1889. -Turkey want down last Thursday. sale a furnished photograph N. A. Voss. James Sharpe spent Thanksgiving at home. For gallery. G. C. Stebbins spent his Thanksgiv ing in Wa-Keeney. A. J. Harlan departed for Washing Jon, D. 0., Wednesday. F. O. Ellsworth is moving into the W. 8. Harrison property. A neatly copied poem is crowded out his week for want of space. A. W. Purinton, of Banner, was in he metropolis last Saturday.. Wm. Summerville renewed his alle giance to the World this week. A. C. Frick has traded his livery barn for property in Dickenson county. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. F. Hanna are both rapidly recovering from their injuries. From and after November 1. 1889, Callender & Co. will sell strictly for cash. 454-tf. S. Harlan, of the Banner neighbor hood, gave us a pleasant call last Saturday- Quite a number of the Wa-Koeneyites...

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. — 30 November 1889

) W i s? HEMENISCENCES, Becollections of, and Changes That Have Occurred in, Our County Since '85. Change is one of the immutable laws of nature. This is a world of change. Et erything changes. We must either ad vance or retreat "We cannot remain stationary, This holds good in our commercial and business relations the same as in the physical world. But we anticipate. We only started out to chron icle a few of the changes that have taken place in Trego county since we first cast our fortunes in Wa-Keeney and began to "grow up with the country." We first beheld the beautifulprairi.es of Trego county in August, 1885. The tide of immigration had just begun. Just prior to coming west we had taken a trip through the east Wherever we went the theme of conversation was western Kansas. We realized that the boom was inevitable, and concluded to ride in on the first wave if possible. After spending a few weeks in different portions of western Kansas we came to Wa-Keeney. We cried Eureka and ha...

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. — 30 November 1889

SejaS?fi2JrsVSiS?rfe7OSs 3SSSTKVfe'SS?i5'?.8?isrL;?st JTSeKJ.V-' -r-xi - tsrr x - -' 1 r-'- " X E?? M esrf?i ?- "ef,- wh ? t & )$i V m TOPICS OF THE HHS6. A Choice Selection of Inter esting Items. The pockets of the British infantry coats are to be sewed up till the men are on active duty. Gexerai, Boul anger's recent defeat has ended his career. It has discour aged his hankers and he is out of funds. Eighteen tons of steel disappear daily on the single system of the Lon don & Xorthwestern Eailload through w ear and rust. Hilax Obken'ovitch says that he left Servia in order to teach his beloved people how a crown, may he laid aside without repining. Mits. Chaeles Kimla, of Trenton, "Wis., recently presented her husband with three fine girl babies, their com bined weight being tw enty-one pounds. In Paris the dramshops have in creased from 24,000 in 1880 to 29,000 at the present time. The consumption of alcohol has tiebled in the last thirty President Harrison learned his let...

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. — 30 November 1889

ZrZ& :" -&1 $V- ..., - k K.' 7' ? KANSAS STATE NEWS. Atchison Champion: Midland college jk&s just added a splendid new piano to its equipment. O. F. Casteen, of Anthony, S. N. Johnson, of Troy, and Byron Roberts, of Topeka, are said to be preparing to become candidates for state treasurer. "Ulysses Eegister: Thomas Lahey -informed ns that a colony of sixty Irish rill arrive in Grant in the spring and settle in the southeast part of the county. Ulysses Plainsman : The vote for coun ty clerk in Grant county was a tie, and was decided by lot, which resulted in favor of Geo. "W. Earp, the democratic candidate. "Weskan Weskansan: Coal Famine at Sharon and nearly a coal famine here. I think we need another rail road. We are in a bad boat if a bliz zard should strike us. Coldwater Review : The county com missioners are having a large fire-proof vault built forvthe court records, in the office of the clerk of the district court. The records are now safe from the rav ages of fire...

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. — 30 November 1889

'mz&$ ri, ; - -t -c- - - '. X-Al V fie 'Ji n i Jp !- -!? k.-SV p&fA A TH1HKSQIVIHG WISHBOOTL BX J. W. BUBOESS. ENNY and Johnny, and Albert ana Marv Sat nt the table on Thanksgiving uay. Tho turkey, all stuffed, and basted and brown, Upon a big platter was turned upside down; With its legs pointed skyward, its wings pinioned back, As old Farmer John son began the at tack. Ho carved a nice piece from the rich steaming breast. And passed to his wife tho first pieco, and best ; Then said, "Now, Miss Jenny, what cut do you like?" "O, please give me just what jou hap pen to siriKe Some white meat, or dark, or a lsg, or a win?." She was a guest.and a sweet, pretty thinff Of some eighteen years, and the farmer's boy Thought never a damsel was one-half so bonnie. Tho farmer's boy Albert was equally suro That 3Iay Jennie's sister his heartacho could cure. . And so these two sisters, by special request. Were there to take dinner, dressed up in then best. Jennie was prottv and dainty, t...

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 December 1889

W h" ' Vl!' te ir Yearly Subsoriptioxi $2.00 ELEVENTH YEAR. DECORATIVE. "I hate a tunnel I" the maiden szid, And closer to the drummer drew ; "They always make mo feel afraid Of some disaster ; don't thoy you?" And then the drummer shook his mane. "You're safe enough with me " said ho, "Whatever happens to the train, You always can relv on me I" And, with oar-splitting whistle's shriek, Tho train p'.uni'ed in tho hlack abyss ; The drummer Bought hor hlooming cheek, And frescoed it with manly kiss. EmholJened hy her sweet alarm, As on thoy toro through tliat eclipse. Ho laid her head upon his arm. And friezod a dado on her lips. ""Ah, mo !" tho maiden sweetly smiled, As he arranged her tumhlod hat. And onco again tho sunbeams filed In at the imlow where thoy sat. ""Ah, mol" for once that horrid pest Was robbed of every startling foar, ""I thank you for your interest; Excuse mo, sir, I get off here !" And fo sho left him drowned in sighs. And on the soa of soft dreams tossed, Of her H...

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 December 1889

-TS sgS!fi,t35SS5 'T" i y4rv;v mm7 mm ' BUS?5' i . m 1S ft" SI? I to lw K- Wtftaro ftra$$ Stttwlfl. OFFICIAL PAPER OF TREGO COUNTY. C3WICK &METZ, Editors and Publishers. Saturday, December 7, 1889. A Heed that cannot be shaken by the wind is speaker of the house. Maine has furnished two out of sereu speakers of the national house. Congressman Turner, of Kansas, will take third place on the com mittee on public lands, of which Payson, of Illinois, will be chair7 man. For a new member this is getting along right fast in one of most important committees in the house. Kansas City Globe. K.VTE KUSSELL DOERING, of the Sharon Springs Times, in speaking of the editor of the Wallace Register, says: "Hereafter, no matter how great the provocation, we will not be tempted to answer throudh the Times anything he may say." This saems to be the one instance on rec ord where the woman is not to have the last word. But she has it now, and the future will disclose whether she can and will give Wi...

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 December 1889

r"0 -?-s SS .1 i' t &' rs S? B IETTER FROM BILL ME. HIS EXPERIENCE WITH A FASHION ABLE LOXDOX TAILOR. fie Bnys a Fair or Trousers tliat "Would Fit Nothing but Two Bushels of Oats Byron's Horror Fie ami Ketreat Some Correspondents Answered. THE following queries and an swers have been waiting on the hoot ever since my re turn from Europe, and I cheorfully Give them now be cause I know how anxious the wretch e d correspondent will be until the re ply is printed in this paper. Inasmuch as we look to Paris for all our styles, the most of which are made and first worn bv women whom we do not care to be seen oa the street with. I take great pleasure In giving a few of these to the American correspondent who asks for information. i i London makes the men's clothes, and those that were made there for me I have given to my coachman. He has never worn them and so I have decided to raise his wages. He is a proud man and wants his clothes to fit him. He told mo confidentially that he could ...

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 December 1889

PSSSIPW AXg4&l nr v;A J' ?1 i-? c SS . fttelmt antf WwW. OFFICIAL PAPEI1 OF TREGO COUSTY. COVICK & UETZ, Editors and Publishers. Saturday, December 7, 1889. - Commissioner C. C. Ridgway visited the state capital Thursday. For sale a famished photograph gallery. N. A. Voss. Rev. Brown's two little girls have the Bcarlot fever. Lottie, the eldest, ia quite ilL Co. Supt. .Baker and wife, of Banner, remained in town over laBt Saturday night. Grace and Nellie Osborn have both been sick the past week but are recov ering. Close Bros, pay taxes on real estate n Graham county this year to the amount of 83191,80. Last Saturday was the first of Decem ber and warm enough to bo comfortable without fires. James Lawson, of the Saline valley, called last Saturday to see how we were getting along. A. H. Blair divides his time between his practice and the bank daring B. C. Wilson's absence. Geo. McKinley and John Harrison, from Ogallah, attended A. O. TJ. W. meet ing last Tuesday evening. We ...

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. — 7 December 1889

.- 53R4 Kv g t O 5i BIVEESIDE BEPPLES. Riverside Town-ship, Nov. 30. Henry Cutler "was in Riverside on Monday. C. H. Benson was a caller in Riverside Tuesday. Swan Olson, who is at Maple Hill, Kan., is expected home the first of Jan uary. J. E. Hengst has gone to reside in Ellis. John Kelly is taking care of his stock. The surprise dance at the residence of Bruce Furbeck last Friday night was a decided success. The surprise dance at Hugh Caskey's, Nov. 28, was a very pleasant affair; but boys, the next time you go take your girls along. s Joseph Locker and family have arrived from France, and are now staying with John Locker, who is Joseph's uncle. They are well pleased with the country and expect to make it their future home. SCHOOIi HEPOBT DISTRICT 34. Number xpupils enrolled 12. Average c V attendance 6. Names oL Jhose neither absent nor tardy Eddie Locker. Perfect in deportment Ellen Snndell, Hannah Olson, Otto Olson, Emma Olson, Gust Sundell. EiiSiE 0. Pershing, Teacher. Bipple...

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 December 1889

SVi-M' i .V s l. c nSSBSBPf'ssr i& ?S $ sr TOPICS OF THE 'TIMES. A Choice Selection of Inter esting Items. Too many editors think scandals by vile people interest respectable readers. A California paper lately advertis ed for ua lady to do housework in a small family." Thebe has been of late a marked rise in the price of quinine. Men with ma laria feel shaky. The colony of "Victoria, Australia, with 1,100,000 inhabitants, is said to muster 150 "religious sects." Plants in liquor saloon windows have to be frequently replaced. They wither in the atmosphere of alcohol. In 1855 James G. Blaine and Mel ville "W. Fuller, the present Chief Jus tice, were reporters on papers in Au gusta, Me. Ten cents was the reward given a Pottstown, Pa., man who found a stray $3,000 team and spent an hour in find ing the owner. The Town Council of Morgantown, Pa., has passed an ordinance prohibit ing citizens from putting shingle roofs on their residences. Lawyer Geokge Bliss, of New ITork, said in 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. — 7 December 1889

HoflSWB c 8 'rUfrcf& X, f - ? . m xxz- 9i- m- i KANSAS STATE NEWS. A' Holton Signal: The Mclntires have - sold the Havensville Begister to Soholea and Hoffman, two practical young print ers. Parsons Journal: The enrollment of the city schools at the present time 'is about 2,000, being an increase of nearly 200 over the enrollment at this time last year. Kirwin Chief: Thirteen thousand head of sheep "were driven from Utah to Lenora, and "were shipped over the Cen tral Branch, this week. It required trains of considerable length to trans port them. Independence Eeporter: Business in this city is getting better every day. The Dear approach of the holidays livens up trade. And nearly everybody has money to buy for cash. Marion Becord: Harry Swift, secre tary of th- Kansas Poultry and Pet Stock association, reports entries for the approaching exhibition coming in rapidly, and the exhibition is already an assured success on a grand scale. Concordia Empire: Geo. McBride, who lives ten ...

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. — 7 December 1889

PPPft -C?-3". ..-." i V. . . " ' w-5r.,7 "T i .r 'n-sw;. a 5r fi fe. & ?, 5 f r 7 A- - - thi t miro'i moor BT ABTHUB 7. XAXB. With fingers -weary and -worn, : "With figures a-crowdlng his mind, A bookkeeper sat on a rickety stool Trying his balance to find. t Dll figures seem like -words, , And -words like figures seem. Till over the figures he falls asleep, And adds them up In a dream. Tis O ! for the heathen Chinee I And O I for the ignorant Turk 1 A bookkeeper ne'er has a soul to saTe, For on Sunday he must -work. Work I -work 1 -work ! ' Till the night is lost in morn ! Till worn and tired the bookkeeper creeps Beneath the desk -where he always sleeps, And dreams of a balance unborn. Chicago Liar. ASAD DISAPPOINTMENT BY D WIGHT BALDWIN. A! Pa!" E t-k iirrn - -u-ri. vivacious boy of thir- iiteen, burst excitedly fntn tlio onav lift.lprnnm v Hl where bis father was I HfW.l. anrrarrn1 in -nrintiTirr Whats the matter, Bob ?" asked the gentle man, looking up. "You know where 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. — 14 December 1889

W$PWiPi & wm 35H lytv ,5fi-,Vf WW fitMtrrttUbt lift &k V ca- -fe v '-r SfSSS? ?S? X.- ;- Ssft 5 T " 1 K t . t ft e fk m. K j cyLjAa M B m wmuBSmmmjS al Uh bL y ysBwjjMt fia jkl Mml aV"-j5e'2MBkSfiJIB I B I Bm m , L " CStgJfjfcfcBBf - SrnjixrZr-jyagE " lHTJysZJSj MrvB8rS? "i !- -aBaaEMaaaggggsSSsjwaaBSBPajarJjfig?- Yearly Sutosoription. $2.00 ELEVENTH YEAR. DKKAMIN' O' HOME. I can'i Jes' tell -what's como to her, an yet I think it's clear Thut Bouiethiu's goin' -wrong o' late to see her slttin' there A-dreamin'in the doorway, with that look into her eyes, Ab ef they still -was rostin'ou the olo time fields and skios. She's always dreamin', dreomin' o' the life we left behind, The little two-room cottage where the mornin' glories twined ; The roses in the garden, the yellow sunflowers tall. The violets but she herself the sweetest flower Call. Sou see, she uster sit there in the doorway, so content, The sunflowers follenn' the sun, no matter where he went, The brown bees sippi...

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. — 14 December 1889

TM&PS&Sg?''? &&m&ss3SS,ri .lr.'i risVUiV -T-aBBBSBSSBBBSBBBBBaBBBBBBMaaBBBBVLl,clA-'i caxssrvs rat?- san?-. Eft p.. I " -j N.- L-i ' : -W5. "13 , -zQy-it. JsV-a .--:. Wtffcnt p&mflfc WiwML OFFICIAL PAPER OF TREGO COUITY. CO WICK & 1,1 ETZ, Editors and Publishers. Saturday, December 14, 1889. The Prohibitionists will put on their war paint now. The president appointed to the supreme bench a Brewer- The G. A. R. Memorial College at Buffalo Park has closed. The management will locate the college somewhere in the near future. Jeff Davis is dead. The Union survives and the old flag still re mains. There is food for reflection in the above lines, both for patriots and rebels. The county treasurer of Scott county is short $1,091.05. He re fused to open his safe, wherpupon the county commissioners ordered a blacksmith to perform that service. From Secretary Mohler's report we learn that Sumner county is the banner wheat county of the state. "Wallace county is the...

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. — 14 December 1889

x "" 4 '" gW2& j . -rSfo. -.1 SSSSKV. SSt! MaMF'' gMiPi' Chicago bH&? Bel- HgM of Vice Hf&V System awilll?" v' Is BENEATH THE STKEETS, SUBTERKAKEAX WOEtD OF VEI.OUS INTEREST. fairly Honeycombed -with Toa- Condniti and Sewers Where Sena Abound How the Great Water Has Been Built Up. OT long ago a man walking along one of the busiest of Chicago's streets was sud denly projected several feet into the air. This singular occurrence, accompanied as it was dj a iouo. report, re vived memories of the dreadful anarchist bomb of Hay 4th, 188C. and caused quite a sensation in the neighborhood. But this soon subsided when it was discovered that the man was not soriouslv injured, and that the explosion had not been occasioned by dyna mite, but by the bursting open of a "man-hole" pro duced by tho pressure of noxious gases generated in the enormous sewer below. The accident, which was trival in its re sults and excited but little comment at the time, suggests the subject of underground...

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