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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 5 September 1885

? I S . iT SKysSSteSa5 ifeM pr-- l ' L-aumataap " iim ! i mi wMm tp -sKxaHiie?? .iH-r L-f " rvv -''-" " 4 ,;vr- w.-' -- yjia.iY SAUNE VALLEY SAUCE. v i Sorghum is ready to be cut The ground is in good condition to be flowed for the fall grains. Farmers are backward with their hay, on account of the unfavorable weather. Prairie chickens, quails and rabbits are awaiting in abundance theemell of pow der. At the junction of the Saline river and Happy Hollow creek fish are so abundant that, by stooping, they can be caught with the hand. Hopeful. CASTLE BOCK RIPPLES. The "boom" has certainly struck school matters in this district The attendance at the annual school meeting in former vflnm Vino haan frnm three to five. At the meeting on August 11 there were eighteen voters present It was decided to build a new frame school house, and a locatiqn was chosen more nearly in the center of the district, which, by the way, is eighteen miles long and six broad. The building is to be 16x20 feet, an...

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 September 1885

twmmy- J y I v& I) J C3, Ly ' S? frV - ITE-Srli- STTBSCDRIIFTIOIlsr, $2.00. " STOCK ZF-AJEKfcOIlSra- TUS S-AlSIS O OT7I& I35nDTJSTiaiElS- SirETGflilE COPf, 5 OS3ST17S. ' ''?' . . : - . SEVENTH XEAK. WA-ICEEEY, KANSAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1885. INCUMBER 29. 4 The Headlight reports several cases of whooping cough in Ellis. IIays has the Sisters' school, and the Star Sentinel claims that the midge vocalists are coming. Ellis sportsmen are represented by the Headlight as having killed a great many prairie chickens since September 1. Democracy in Ness county is catching on, too. On October 10 it -will hold a convention to nominate a county ticket. The Hays Vem. Advocate boasts of possessing a 39-pound cabbage head. It was raised by Andrew Olson, on the Saline. Miss Lilly Bowex, of Ellis, the Headlight says, had the misfortune to sprain a foot about two weeks ago, and she has to use crutches. A young man named John Kirth fell from a building in Beloit the other day, and receiv...

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 September 1885

F53i; 4" "V f.i" Iklj w f W- gagsg : j wPS wm&er" ' , v ," ,c rT&BBkiwijmsmmmmp. assmmmBHvmmMmiP7wnmakw &s?m!mvvmmAummAMwm ?gfeSjggS 1 MOTHXJfS OUlBTMir. tne trembllnc folds of the twIUihtdim 1 aaa bear tbe strain m fast sraaa oia nymn WkIch mother, whose heart is now still and cold, Sang amidst her cares in the days of old. Than was something abort it undefined, ; charmed into quite lne trouoica mina. O'er tbe bleak beam breathed with a spirit bland, .Like a. warm loath wind o'er a frozen land. cmwnlntr It all with a rtranre. deeo chord. Kite tbe throb of tbe heart of the blessed Lord, Tfeat ebed through the fainting soul abroad JL sense of the pitying love of God. The songs of tbe singers that fme has crowned Sn. tbe flocd of the years are lost and drowned, st mother's old bymn, etery pause and tone, ffith the growth ot time has the tweeter grown. .And it seems not out of the past to come Mm echo only of lips that are dumb Vet down from the borne of tbe glorified OLt h...

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 September 1885

,rt. - ft' Vfl i Plfe rid .4V .feH r B HA . w m r m H HH M mM h Hl mj BlHl BimB BX- flHIHl T ll - v VH m k H PBBT b . BBBBBI BBr VBb. fet . 4 . w m & . i?w LA fe ?nB3Bsy TAVEfch'LkfaLJMMfSL. PBkSMSHF--jpfl -?i?''IS'' fcjJZJEfrg tUB PW WsSSSaSsBEiBBSSSSr?a i jf' i Ah , 'bbW -vkaaaMHBB f - tt-A-IRIj-y" STJiBSCieaiiFTioiN- $2.00. SEVENTH YEAB. NEWS SUMMARY DOMESTIC. The striking coal miners of Peoria have resumed work at their own term3. At Sheldon, Iowa, H. H. "Winchester, a commercial traveler, took hiB own life. Daring August 282 wells were completed in the oil ramonB, of which all but 38 are recorded as productive. A brakeman named Sonnot, crossing the bridge over Salt river, near Mexico, Mo,, was struck by the timbers and killed. An order has been received by the Elk Eapids (Mich.) iron company for 400 tons of charcoal iron, to be shipped t j England. Two boys, Harry and George Zimmerman, accidentally set fire to their fathei'a hay mow at Harlem, III., and were cremated. Judge...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 12 September 1885

1SSS3 ?rr.iar TcriT ei E?SBft iffaTTfffSft'n 3&t2jZ w - 't,&,?.kw 'TiS'uacsKrrtfcS"'"?? ii-- "-ic'is-. Jl -. i WjP - ! TJH- T 1l f T"" . vrrs y stl-wv-s. - -irrvFT 'vsawtssss" s.tS-4, efv -ii-jJL. K ,- 5X Stt-i ".- U(JJ.. .-il r rr, aK . 4. -. 4?5 ?. V , " SS. - -F2V -S-V4 ? i?g, Virirf"Vy j :i,-'j'sv7' r' s S5 Ml' - '3 WESTEM KAS. WOELD. W. S. TILT ON, - - Editor. Satueday, September 12, 1885. For District judge, Ta. TL. PRATT, OF NORTOX COUOTY. Ogallah Primaries. OgalijAH, Sept 9, 1885. In accordance with the call of the County Eepublican Central Committee, the primary election in this Township will be held on Saturday, October 10, 18S5, between the hours of 1 o'clock p. m. and 6:30 p. m. By order of the Township Central Com mittee. C. C. Yetteb, Chairman. Coiiyer Primaries. Batjeb, Tbego co., Kax., ) Sept. 11, 1885. There being no Township Central Com mittee in this Township, I, as a member of the County Republican Central Com mittee, announce that the Eepublican primarie...

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. — 12 September 1885

EfKW. ? "HJ3PK?4SW3&' r. vV.JaI TT2A rtffeS?ir'iWCJ3v -e. J-SSg&l -&W ;i.wf-.w ? m a fox . ! Cv o- jz f iy &J2 ,". ura iwlPmif i&mc?'" . ; - v m&i m i- ftjr jftwrv--r . '&.f v e t,srvicrTvrii "-fjt'rf 1s"As;7v:Ait ru- -,. .'wlf, jJsicr'v - -- -- . r-. ,.-,. . . - ".- "v.-, . '. , ,-4 j&. , r :rt BM" H ft?" . & 1 1 ? lo !Nf P li. i s liT Lr J !fe V f " )A r- W- re -172 l3f jiU .U RIGHT IK THE RING WITH Full Line or Govern ment Land Blanks ! Special to Land Attorneys Through out the Western Kansas Land District ! , We have printed, and have in stock to sell, the following Govern ment Land Office Blanks at the prices annexed: EACH. Homestead Notices S .02 Homestead Affidavits 03 Homestead Applications 02 Homestead Application Affi davits 02 Same Affidavits for use before District Clerks 02 Timber Culture Notices 02 Timber Culture Affidavits 02 Timber Culture Applications. .02 T. C. Application Affidavits. . .02 June, 1880, Final Proofs 03 Contest Tes...

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 September 1885

IGT&St, rrrv.sps: tf 4r - 1 I W . i:ss m Kammtn'- "SSJSBXk3& JsvP "t m SOLDIER STORIES. laterestlng Anecdotes and Recollections of Wars and Battles. GOING INTO BATTLE. Cincinnati Times-Star. Said Capt. George W. Stone: "I don't believe any man ever went into a bat tie withoutfeeling frightened. I know I never did. It's when he is forming hie men into line for a big battle while a lit tle skirmishing hre is kept up all the time. Every minute or eo - some one, may be your best friend, standing right next to you will shriek out, '0, my God.' and fall back dead; yet you cannot let your men fire, for the army must be drawn up first. There is plenty of time to think. You don't dare to retaliate in any way. ne next bullet may nnd your heart, and your children will be father less. It is a moment that tries the bra vest man, because he has to stand quiet ly and take it all. But when the ordei comes to fight and the excitement of the battle arises, fear passes away. You have something...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 12 September 1885

5F5r m ipff xSiSSS6&'1i!aaSS'ii,u.5-.7- . rtf ,Tj iV.iX S'-ivBs.--A., AS?' f & Sf-Sr JJ1&lSi i?vvyF!? ., rv gi,2 Vnp-rtfe ?J& "bp &Kg&& j;-VA' - ?- i -"S- ISXKxW.'&fcS? xaVf, SjTV-fii- .SHWSSEHFWSRFJS wjwmvmyr i7TT rWPsart- 75 wmMimMMSfmms&Mm4z&'" .$y" ir tl - -T; 4X5 ".- t- si n "- r . nfv-. , rri " , ' u- -r y v -jy. ' ' v;p,irf -w. ;rtisc' "TC-iMn - '"r.jpt :v. 1 irirti J"hv:,jtiJ,'evi r-vt,wTf" ri,T,w t j-ce m.1- wrtfe" ta . .'fE'tf . p i&"i - Sei-: tiv . j.3-'-& r J). k' ; f-S . fvf te l; v 1 v iyv. " i V hi nix i'A tci hvrws m t , a- STATK XEWS. A union depot iseoon to he erected at Wichita. Scandia, Republic county, has a 'daily paper. Harper City has 615 children of a school age. Anthony, Harper county, 1b soon toi nave a new daily paper. The Garnett, Anderson county, Plain dealer is now issued as a daily. The delinquent tax - list of Atchison oounty foots up to nearly 140,000. James McNeely is the oldest liv ing settler of Was...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 12 September 1885

LiV necrxfi,-.;-riJia&iimwmTm.,r tezwKr-nmxBmmFva rV. " trMMl la -r - a ? , S,.&.3wo -T" -c r&t&l COITZITISIT. Once on a time an old red ben clucks, Went strutting 'round with pompous For she had little babies ten, A part of which were tiny ducks. " 'Tis very rare that hens," said she, "Have baby ducks as well a3 chicks But r possess, as you can see, Of chickens four and ducklings six! " A season later, this old hen 'Appeared, still cackling of her luck, For, though she boasted babies ten, Not one of them was a duck! "Tis well," she murmurod, brooding o'er The little chicks of fleecy down "My babies now will stay ashore, And consequently cannot drown! " The following spring the old red hen Clucked just as proudly as of yore But lo! her babies were ducklings ten, Instead of chickens, as before! . "Tis better," said the old red hen, As she surveyed her waddling brood, "A little water now and then Will surely do my darlings good!" But, oh, alas! how very sad! When gentl...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 19 September 1885

S4" r& "r i I r . W v f ' v !W&? ii." HKf V 7C iX f b? 4 &-: Si j ri a- Sr & v4 fc l . F&l r 4 !' 'A 'rh KiJr wf " 4, LVfl HMBB - iMff V- ,1 4 VfiMa ft. jrf - T - -" - ---j ,i , t "L X.. J " "V "SnEJEfcXiTr STJSSCIoXTIOISr. S2.00. 8ETEXTH TEAJJ. HoDGEirA'N county's new post-office is named KAtcliff. ' A new post-office bjT the name of Botato has been established in Rawlins county. -The new opera hall at Hays City is to be opened one of these days by a masquerade on roller rkates. About eighty teachers, the Cour ier says, will bo necessary to supply the demand in Norton county this fall. Philip Eberiiart was drowned n short time ago in the Hackberry, in Cheyenne county. He was a Ilussian. A SUBSTANTIAL floral hall and some good sheds are among the improve ments which are being made on the fair ground at Hays City. B. C. Decker, of Sheridan county, the Heuiincl hears, is a loser to the amount of 700 by the failure of the firm of !rice, Marmaduke & Co., of St. L...

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 September 1885

N r'fv" ttyf frr r 5??VJ W,sfj,??!r5nB 'rrapw- 'tvasysfl DO TOUK BKST, TS fa all well to drift idly so, life's steady stream in its silent flow May cany na down from the hi.ls of light ZbSo the dark and desolate night, nt is not well to work idly no. 'Toe life we lire and seeds we cow "Will bring us a hsrrest soon or late. Of peace or pain 'Us the wjll of fate. It f s well to wish evil po, .Not to oor most Implacable foe. The years of time m their rapid flight "Will crash the wrong and reward the right, bearing us swift comes eternif y's night, And jiutloe la sore, if slow. PhaadelpMa Time$. MY SALLY ANN. When de 'possum is a-slttin'up in de tree. An' dered bird's a-hoilerin' mighty high, in' de coin am a-marvin in de hot summer air, An' de clouds goes a-sailin' 'long by, On. den I tink of my Sally Ann, De Taller girl up by de creek, Jul' slap my hoe on de bright red sau', Fo Til tee her de en' ob de week ! O Sally Ann! Sally Ann! Busy as de bee. She's de girl fo me! When de ole swe...

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 September 1885

VSW ms? &' nm "VSi' ateJ. J K' - - . m .IT vtt l jvw a-. r m ml v& r. V' yx T I7 fcftj v fvM' re-. T;iT ,W , efu I'-jAii v W " is. m. . jr ';- i T5 ' 'T3 $" 25, 2S. 3J Lfc-StV ItViE-,- t i. ,r3siiir ST73SCsx??ior $2.00. SEVENTH TEAK. WA-KEENEY MEAT MARKlTc W. S. HARRISON, Proprietor. ' Bologna Sausage & Pressed Corn Beef a Specialty. The Trade Supplied. Best Prices Paid for Cattle and Hogs KELLEY AGENTS Buekeye Reaper and Mower, Keystone Corn Planters, Horse Eakes, Weir & Deere's Plows and Cultivators,Springfield Superior Grain Drill. CEMENT, LI ME and PLASTER PARIS, PLOW AND WAGON-WOOD STuCK, M an Heavy lata, iron, M d Glass. Franklin Street, - - WA-KEENEY, KANSAS. AT THE OLD STAND, Will in the Future as in the Past, keep a full supply of GROCERIES CLOTHING, HATS AND CAPS. Also, Qaeeiisware. Floor, Fesfl, Steffare, (Msetioneries, Cigars anl ToMcco. A Liberal Share of the Public Patronage is Solicited. COME AND SEE US. WE WILL TRY AND MAKE IT TO YOUR INTERST TO COME ...

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 September 1885

mi PPassgss t'irr . -f , ji : m v - t f-. !fZ3?-'& fr5 , " ? t WESTERN KAS. WORLD. W. 5. 77ZT0V, rftor. Saturday, September 19, 1885. For District Judge,. Xj JB1. PRATT, OT NORTON COUNTY. Ogallah Primaries. OoAiiiiAH, Sept 9, 1885. In accordance with the call of the County Republican Central Committee, the primary election in this Township will be held on Saturday, October 10, 1885, between the hours of 1 o'clock p. at. and 6:30 p. m. By order of the Township Central Com mittee. C. C. Tetteb, Chairman. Collyer Primaries. Banneb, Trego co., Kan., ) Sept. 11, 1885. S There being no Township Central Com mittee in this Township, I, as a member of the County Bepnblican Central Com mittee, announce that the Bepnblican primaries, which are announced to take place on Saturday, October 10, will be held afc the usual voting place in the vil lage of Collyer, from 10 o'clock a. m. un tif 4 o'clock p. m. of said da v. J. C. Brown. S. P. Davidson has been appoint ed postmaster at Kenneth. One...

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 September 1885

1 K, FfVS. S 4 .NT ? & Jiff u J IS . 8N kX K U K, iy &" ' e t'f e 3 r-- t '- L Hf M 15, klb & Br ' Mt ft iJ Vj. V LAND AT WA - We have now opened our Office in our new building, on the EAST SIDE OF FRANKLIN STREET, Where we can be found at all times, ready to SELL CHEAP Xj-A-ZLTIDS To all that may call upon us. We ask you to do business with those who do business. BUY YOUR LAND ; Of and DO YOUR LOCATING with those who can show you ' what you want. We are AGENTS FOR OVER 150,000 ACRES OF BOTH RAW AND In this and adjoining counties, as well as in other portions of the state. We have'lands to suit the manT, both with money and without. homes AS WELL We have not all the good land, (as some will tell you,) but a goodly portion of it. We do not wish to tell you every section is watered, for it is hot, but we have a few well watered sections, and the rest can be supplied with pure well v.iter. Our lands are mostly level, and well adapted for either grazing or agriculture. We us...

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 September 1885

LSmrTSPlfflBWHffllH rffCT ' T- - , :2?r.'-:rl---. j; C'VV", v y: -"i ! . T-X3-, HC&w AlJuK-iw-iAtc- . crrrwSi -v -- jjW . - ''Tts cctn"? i?V.: . wt i,W . ? - . J " ' A m ,. Gen. McClellana' Mining Enterprise. The following appears in the Financial and Mining Record, edited by Gen. Thos. Jordan, formerly of the, United States army, and more lately chief of staff to Gen. Beauregard: Gen. McClellan is utilizing in his old age somB information which he acquired in his youth, when in this part of the country as an officer in the regular army. In the spring or 1882, Gen. McClellan,1 who was then a brevet captain, was or dered by Jefferson Davis, the secretary of war, to accompny an expedition that was sent to explore the Bed river of the south, the waters of above Chase creek were unknown. From the Indians the war department had learned that the river flowed beneath the sands of what was then known as the Great American desert. Capt. E. B. Marcy led the ex pedition. On the morning 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. — 19 September 1885

s WW .J-JJ! " .- :M IT v3 aggg2j f Bg&W ",r;-.rja. & 7V N3r-"v-' UThT $ RK k H u L BTATB mCWS. Larned has siz drug stores. Cimarron is organizing a brass band. South Atchison is to have a park. The debt of Crawford county is $16, 000. Mitchell county is going to erect a new court house. An occupation tax is to be levied at Hays City. A new $ 16,000 hotel has been erected at Marion. Burlington has a choral union of thir ty or forty voices. A brick yard is to be established at Attica, Harper county. Hays City complains of a lack of tene ment or rental buildings. Muscotah, Atchison county, is to have x 16,000 school house. A cabbaee weighing fifteen pounds is a .product of Norton county. Miami county has 93 school districts employing 101 instructors. Chautauqua county will hold jer sec ond annual fair this year. There are now 831 men confined in the Kansas state penitentiary. Some very fine peaches were raised In Sedgwick county this year. A large crop of sod wheat will be sown...

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. — 19 September 1885

SSwTS'-sffe'rP WS- ' " , -VjSBtSyv. t ? 1J$S8S; mmmw&nmfm -&&. . cj Will Tote as Re Shot. The following is said to have been for warded to President Cleveland on the 23d of last month, by a soldier who lost his legr in bat tie: By your request, Sir Grovor, I hereby resign, All effects turning over Save this wooden leg of mine; And if reform demands it, It, too, I will turn in; I think that I can stand it Four years upon one pin. "An offensive partisan" Ton bet that I am one, For I went with the boys when the war first begun. And followed the starry banner when Grant and Sherman led, Till Jeffey through the Solid South in petticoats had fled, As to how and when I voted, to you it matters not, But I'll say, by way of parting, I voted as I fahot. Good for a Democrat. - Norton Courier. It. B. Wahlquist, formerly of this place, but now of the McCook (Nebraska) Dem ocrat, has the following complimentary notice of our candidate for district judge: "The Democrats of the 17th jud...

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. — 26 September 1885

a si ft b R K i.M bV." "STELKrlilT STTBSCIRIIFTIOISr. $2.00. SEVENTH YEAE. CollyeP Primaries. ' Banned;-Trego co., Kan., Sept. 11, 1885. S There being no Township Central Com mittee in this Township, J, as a member of the County Republican Central Com mittee, announce that the Eepublican primaries, which are announced to lake place on Saturday, October 10, will be held at the usual voting place in the vil lage of Collyer, From 10 o'clock a. m. un til o'clock p. ii. of said dav. J. C. Brown. Ogallah Primaries. Ogailah, Sept. 9, 1885. In accordance with the call of the County Eepublican Central Committee, the primary election in this Township "will be held on Saturday, October 10, iSo5, between the hours of 1 o'clock p. M. and 6:30 p. m. By order of the Township Central Com mittee. C. C. Tetter, Chairman. Glencoe Primaries. Glencoe, Sept 21, 1885. W. S. Tilfon, Chairman Rep. Cen. Com., Dear Sir: As there is no Township Committee in this township, I would an nounce with the consent of ...

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. — 26 September 1885

i5pW3srSs! , ?eB y8P Tl ? ' r ' 111 AIOST OPPOBTU3T A youth hs came npon a maid Within a shady arbor. A-reading of a lemied book One rammer at Bar Harbor. The fog wes slowly drifting down. She wore a fine ssinetic gown. "Oh, will yon walk with met" he said, The youth so brare and comely. " 'Twouid be less hard." the maiden sighed, "If he were only homely; But surely I thia lovely gown Should inin, walking through the town." The youth he sought another ma'd Within another arbar. Ehe smiled on h m as maidens will In summer at Bar Harbor. Ehe wore a gown of homespun rough. Ehe said ehe could no; walx enough. They tarried till the sup went down. The youth be waxed romantic The other maiden sighed and sighed Above the book pedantic The moon came ont and like a ghost With pale llfs told of chances lost She went back to th proey lown.t No ring upon her finger, ehe heard t e thnli ol wedding bells Upon the sad air hnzer. 'Alas," she cried, "with bitt- rness Is wrought by 100 esthetic dress!...

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. — 26 September 1885

"r - v jT'SJ' "" J ' " ' "Jn ' -" , ' " -" "" rf' . " '" '"'J -a .- -" - "1 r' tfkf t t. f-r . . a".. . u E?T V h fr- r "? fez . f "tM k- V1 Ts.iaii-s" STTssciaiTioisr $2.00. SEVENTH TEAB. WA-KEENEY MEAT MARKlTc W. . HARRISON, Proprietor. Bologna Sausage & Pressed Corn Beef a Specialty. The Trade Supplied. Best Prices Paid for Cattle and Hogs KELLEY & AGENTS Buekeye Reaper and Mower, Keystone Corn Planters, Horse Rakes, W&ir & Deere's Plows and Cultivators,Springfield Superior Grain Drill. CEMENT, LI ME and PLASTER PARIS, PLPW AND WAGON-WOOD STOCK, i ani Heavy Hardware, h d Siass, Franklin Street, - - WA-KEENEY, KANSAS. LAWRETiTOE &o HALL, AT THE OLD STAND, Will in the Future as in the Past, keep a full supply of DRY cnnnQ cnnrtmR CLOTHING, HATS AND CAPS. Also, Qneeware. Flonr, Feefi, Stnneware, Coiifectlooeiles, Cigars ani Tobacco. A Liberal Share of the Public Patronage is Solicited. COMEANDSEEUS. WE WILL TRY AND MAKE IT TO YOUR INTERST TO COME AGAIN'. B. WAGNE...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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