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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 10 October 1885

359Wk9'!tfJff?BHrcSK.SWH51 '--JSJ5C7AS5SPW:. TiT Vf- " ' vy&ir- ' . Q&sa&&vm ,f - , T 'V.-JvSfJSS? " ,Tk -TPW32-Jfi7 " V fc-9MSrtWSSSfAtaiIISaSra v " - - wr v?;agfe?!o'SS4?ss-s ? Hi Tfce Birial or Scleral Grant. The following expressive poem is copied from the Waltham (Muss.) Daily 7 Vr. The author is Geo. A. Smythe, Esq., son . of Mrs. N. H. Sawtclle, of Wa-Kconey: Lot the booming cannons sonnd, Wake the echoes and resound; Let martial music fill the air, as to the grave they sadly bear The old commander, who won the fight For freedom, unity and right Now as we mourn our hero dead, "We glory that it can be said Wherever duty led the way Nor death, nor danger brought dismay, But he amid the battle's shock, Was firm as adamantine rock. But when the battle smoke rolled by Where men had met in 3trifo to die, "NTn TiPart than his a deeper woe Possessed alike for friend and foe, Who on the ghastly bloody plain Were numbered there-among the slam. And with his last great ba...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 17 October 1885

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Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 17 October 1885

JjtflJr' 5' S1W 35.3 1 KS X 1T-. J m.Tt-V"i - ' ,?- js w fiSS&iCjSt.- a ir?i5i -h !EKVS .'r':, . K W r1. i iysufil Wr,awv JKV- l'SMVUMJFaiUIIMRnHHHHHHHHSIMHHHHHHH -, - Mkmev-i:, w" t&t&p 'sn&vmm n M 1 15 I MM iji i r i 1 i!st TAKEN IK. Stranger here? Yet: crane from Vermont, Rutland county. You've hean tell Mebbe oi the town of GranvllleT Yon born there? Nol 8ho Well, well! Yon was born at Granville, wai yon? Tnen yon know Elkha Brown. Him as runs the old meat market At the lower end of town. Well, well, well, born down in Granville, And out here ao far away. Stranger, I'm homesick already, 1 hough it's but a we-k to-day Since I left uy good wife atandin Out there at tne kitchen door, Sayin' she'd ask God to keep me, And her eyes were running o'er! You must know old Albert Withers, Henry Bell an d Ambrose Cole J Enow tnem all? And born In Granville, Well, well, well, God ble 8 my soul. Shol You're not old Isaac's nephew, L,&ac Green, down on the flat, Isaac's old...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 17 October 1885

liP) m eERSW? tfH - t "f . l-r- r7i!"6f - t- VAW . r; ft cr . u .ST l.V r la. K M TAJELJLTZ: STJBSCBIPTION $2.00. STOCK -JLttMLTZSTGr THE S-A.SIES OF OTTIR rEmTTanFRTyiH. SISSTG-IiIE COT"Z" 5 CZEISTTS " -s . - : '-.. " ''"VrfSr-cfi"!". t-v?t3ici"c. :& r .iwi5Yc.3s- sifiiwS' . ;35Sirs a .? e&i," fe-s?! Aj. .5i. j w-. nrf-'si"; . ..zgFjiY.i.xirsirr&'&7iSZLrir',?r.?-i ,' rai ' - . . ...i y s' - :, 'Vrjsx'Si v r Tirir via ...fc-a- . - wHMh1kv vHpIIHBHH , aw Jy ffMVIWkl Bt;nn wl -tTW m m. bVjW; tassssssk V -sasaWjaay - -- Ai " .- ik -.i, w ' ! ST ' ssagatSagflii-s i 3bbksmihBBSpjf LlaBPJaTJ8arlsrBj3rS"Ps,BBBas " "' : ' f & VCl fa Mm er Cf H' i SEVENTH YEAB. WA-KHHNBY .. V "-- " v A WHOLES W. 8. HARRISON, Proprietor. ". Bologna Sausage & Pressed Corn Beef a Specialty. Tha Trad. Supplied. Best Pricas Paid for Colli and Hogs KELLEY & AGENTS Buckeye Reaper and Mower, Keystone Corn Planters, Horse Eak&3, Wuir & Deere's Plows and Cultivators, Springfield Sup...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 17 October 1885

A I' ?YiOXjAil JQAJ. ffvxiaj ii,A.F:hsti J. F. Condon, who ttty.a iwtmmw t -? - , " .' a JWfc4fc -X : - -r to feel grateful tor theatre wnicn w nniivar. was shot br mpo . ? . . - t - S& W. 8. TILTON, - canor. Satubday, October 17, 1885. FirMstrlctJiiee, X,. TO. 2PEtA.TT, OF HOBTOH OOUHTT. County Republican Tickit. Probate Judge-JF.H. CONGER. . , Sfaeriff-OEOBGE BAKER, Clerk W. H. DANN. Treasurer 0. H. GIBBS. Badsterof Deeda-ADA E. OMPT. -x Coroner-JOSHUA GBOFT. , Surveyor-J. B. WILSON. Com. 2dDitt J. M. WELCH. it JFOfltf "OF WARNING. We take the responsibility of branding, as false, on its face the ,charge3 which are reported as being circulated by Gmkeson s mends to the effect that' L. K. Pratt has ut tered the sentiment; that he does not care whether any member of the Masonic order votes for him or not. Gilkeson has no reputation as a lawyer. Pratt has. This is what kurtsf&lk andEisfriehds With them,.it is dirt, or nocampaign.' Pratt knows too much to have made, under any ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 17 October 1885

CiiJi rH- . fc J&nX " J7 r; rvo5fii-i aaapssKsFisG W 4E' .. lV $$&& JLi i arv &" a'i 3-a. I"' VK 1 ' ? WSwTwSSSwsSSSSJS mTf?; f. i - IC. te lr ?.. FMf N V I. S F SB 3 is ! f:(M ) LAND AT WA - v VTc have now opened our Office in our new building, on the S EAST SIDE OF FRANKLIN STREET, Where we can be found at all times, ready to SELL .CHEAP Xi-A-ILTDS Ta all that may oall upon us. Weatk you to do business with those who do business. BUY YOUR LAND V3 Of and DO YOUR LOCATING with those who oan show you , f what you want. We are 7 , v 0F BOTH SAW AND AGENTS FOR OVER ,In this and adjoining counties, as well as in other portions of the state. We haye lands to suit the many, both with money and without. HOMES AS WELL We hare 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 not, but we have a few well watered sections, and the rest can be i aupplied with pure well water. Our lands are m...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 17 October 1885

VS&EB&VGS. Si7i.'if i r . e-tjxr w We J "7 'rl SZ?r?i- -iy :V5ir?! 'It '-" V.?tf -t ,U ' - VSC-ie . J2Z39 P"- -?r:'r imsAii.' . yTsssMmmmuaam 738S SSVrffiK-XYK' V. srvw "A. ?r sVi-'" ': T s3"VSiH Saaw5asaaeBaw5awawMawaP TH1 - , J I 1 i FARM AND FAMILY. Preserved Crab-Apples. The red 8i berian crab is the best for this purpose. Pick out those that are nearly Derfect, leaving the stems on, and put them into a preserve kettle with enough warm water to cover them. Heat this to boil ing, slowly, and simmer until the skins break. Drain and skim them; then, then, with a penknife, extract the cores through the blossom ends. Weigh them; allow a pound and a quarter of sugar and a teacupful of water to every pound of fruit. Boil the water and sugar to gether until the scum ceases to rise; put in the fruit, cover the kettle; and sim mer until the apples are a clear red and tender. Take out with a skimmer; spread upon dishes to cool and harden; add to the syrup the juice of one lemon to ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 17 October 1885

Sif, t 6k:' i it , PI ' A. ti &! K fcN tv to r F I "" tot fli W , .. r. r- . fc- KANSAS NXW8. Cloud county has ten newspapers' A foundry is to be established at 1 Dorado. A gymnasium is being organized in Concordia. Dodge City has a population of over three thousand. Anather eight thousand dollar echool house in Dodge City. Rawlins county is to have another pa per, making four in all. The special delivery system has been rasuiutea at jumpona. The "Bank of Wichita" is the name of a new Wichita institution. The old settlers of Ellsworth county held a reunion last week. The Mankato Review declares the Omio coal shaft' a triumphant success. The Philips county court house at Phillipsburg, is now completed. A new bridge is to be built across the Neosho, at Burlington, costing $5,000. The Santa Fe depot safe at McPherson, was robbed of $5 the other day by being blown open. Petty burglaries seem to be of quite frequent occurrence in Cherokee county of late days. A wholesale erocery is o...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 17 October 1885

Sff 'V?'1 sSiS3s JT- -rt 5S JSS 6,iS H 'ftftv'-!'" . . ft-i. s y Ws .. - - Vl - j j. ? A iraiOT7A3U. A baby one cried for the moon. SoTHIgd13B6yattoionCfi)rtheiT pet,' Bat the babe wasn't satisfied yet; It set up anpUjpr ipHitgne, -, - And cried' fortne star-spangled Dipper. Did they promise to haul -down the skies? No; they tired of its 'eavenly cries" And made it "see stars" with a slipper, Will H. Wall, in Babyhood. m Uicoisidere Trifles. Merchant Traveler: Plants are avari cious they want the earth. Boston Pot: They come high, but we must have them sour grapes. Boston Gazette: "No, sir," he said to the captain. "I am not seasick, but I'm dis gusted with the motion of the vessel." Merchant Traveler: Ouida is 45 years of age, and on the principle that all flesh is grass, she is a weedy old bale of hay. Pittsburg Chronicle: Science tells us that as soon as one of the sense3 begins to weaken the others acquire greater power. This is, no doubt, wh when a man's eyesight weakens he is ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 24 October 1885

43alBS--i3SBKS?w tJs-'riiii:lw!rl 15" JJ.4.' ' .SMPHPtvnWB?'K'SHBliBiHHsS!l5KST -sr c t "rSwjf fr Hf vkc 'E s.N - jt t' ?rv:- -. vt?' v''YHsn js i?gyt?:,yByyr?-ijii.jijiwu;' lAftfr? - fn Y ' w r isr n v . . r'JN J p -J "syBBPdSJK'"- rJwiWwwwJ Ti3yirTfftf8IICSSSSSBBBBBEBjL SSSSFt7?BBmSMSMBBMSBS1b1bmPP rr" g'T"yr'""': E I I r ;? v$ , IV ' ft IV" T I ) "STEAJBIiTr STTBSCIRIIFTIEOIS-. S2.00. SBVENTTH YEAB. Tor Presideht-"Elect in 1888, Gton.era.1 Jolazi A.. Xjogeurx, OF ILLINOIS. King Leopold is insane. The new school house at Grinnell is finished. C. A. Nelson is about to open a barber shop at Grinnell. .? General Logan's work on the rebellion will soon be issued. Thirty-eight lynchings for the present year have been reported in Texas. The Topeka Capital speaVs as glibly of "Rumilia" as if it was some place. In the matter of honey produc tion, Tennessee stands at the head of the states. Popcorn balls and spelling were elements of a social party at Ellis Friday evening of last week. The...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 24 October 1885

Fpil - "i? ".K'CTSSrara 'SSRBBS'BJPP -WeSK " -c ' lTl. &.c' -5jfc IZjiv as -.: 1 HEW TO THE LINE. BT MABY AMES. The glancing blade with a mellow ting Went back and forth with the hew rs swing As it nea ed the mark that straight and white, Told where the eucfc should be hewn aright. "Hew to the line!" were the words 1 e heard E'er the last chip flew like a frelghtencd bird, Some tiny shreds from the narrow strand. And the work was dene to the builder's hand. It as simple all, but the words were fine. And an echo caught them, "Hew to tee line!" Aye, "hew to the line," in the tak oflife, Let the chips briskly fly as . ou wage the strife. Yes. work with a will while the crm is strong, And the mark is plain between right and wrong, The boHster will rant and the weakling whine. But strike a mark and then "hew to the line." A Little Say. He was called Stenne, little Stenne He was a child of Paris, tbin and pale who was perhaps 10 years old, perhaps 15; one cannot tell the age of such m...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 24 October 1885

rS " , n. k J T-A-IROHr STTZBSCDBIIFTIOliKr $2.00. SEVENTH XEAU. I WA-KEENEY MEAT MARKlTo W. . HARRISON, Proprietor. Bologna Sausage & Pressed Corn Beef a Specialty. The Trade Supplied. Best Prices Paid for Cattle and Hogs g . ) KELLEY & AGENTS Buekeye Reaper and Mower, Keystone Corn Planters, Horse Rakes, Weir & Deere's Plows and CuMvators,Springfleld Superior Grain Drill. CEMENT, LIME and PLASTER PARIS, PLOW AND WAGON-WOOD STuCK, M asi Envy Hwto. Iron, Sled anil Ulan. Franklin Street, - - WA-KEENEY, KANSAS. iT THE OLD STAND, Will in the Future as in the Past, keep a full supply of mm r r" i if3 j h vvm CLOTHING, HATS AND CAPS. Also, QnsBiisras. Flour, Fcefl, Stucware, Coafectioneries, Cigars asi Tckco. A Liberal Share of the Public Patronage is Solicited. COMEAND6EEUS. WE WILL TRY AND MAKE IT TO YOUR INTERST TO COME AGAIN. B. WAG-NEE, & CO., DEALERS IN Medicines and Cfremicals. Including a full line of Chamberlain's Celebrated Medicines, the best and most reliable ...

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. — 24 October 1885

?.."?flrj"is &rWk v-tA&- " SS'f-S". 'VfTT3S".j!"'JJT! .- 1W sV,VS f-r.Z'7"Jr: -V S -i3Stt , . - j a. - t,. ' -- - ""'- " 5 . - . A a. - -" -T; . V "r-r WESTEM KASWOBLD. T. 5. TILTON, -----,- Editor. Satubdat, October 24, 1885. Fr District Mp, Ta. "SSL. TO.A.TT, OF NOBTOK COT72TTY. County Republican Ticket. Probate Jndge F. H. CONGER. Sheriff GEORGE BAKER. Clerk W. H. DAKN. Treasurer C. H. GIBBS. Register of Deeds-ADA E. CLIFT. Coroner-JOSHUA GROFT. Surveyor J. B. WILSON. Com. 2d Dist J. M. WELCH. COMING TO THE CLOSE. Between the close of to-day and the morning of the general election there will be only nine days. Two of them will be Sundays. This, therefore, is not too early for us to Elate a few plain facts in connection with the election which is to come off on Tuesday, November 3. What we here asseri, we stand ready to defend before or after the election. In the first place, the Masonic myth cannot be defended on any grounds of common sense. Mr. L. K. Pratt did not raise ...

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 October 1885

"3$OkS&a3 &u&z.-'i-. 1 r v-?. '' gf-j. wr 4Ki?. s-t&sgr'Stigm WESTERN KANSAS WORLD. SUPPLEMENT WA-KEENEY, KANSAS, SATURDAY, OCT. 24, 1885. jjgfe&feSiiaiafatea JJtr5fe.atJ8a3S5L5., -NsiJSKB?.-.-,-, ja ,J- Vic M i FALSEHOOD SAILED. L. K. Pratt Heard From. Hays Star Sentinel. The following letter was handed us by C. W. Miller, Chm., Bepublican County Central Committee, and fully explains it self Norton, Oct., 12th, 1885. C. IV. Miller, E., Dear Sir: Your article of the 10th inst , inclosing an article from the Ger-man-Amet ica" Advocate entitled "Can He make an Impartial Judge?" is received. The article referred to says that while in Hays City I made the following state ment in regard to secret societies: "My experience has been, that when ever a man wanted to steal something or do some dirty trick, he joined some secret society in my county the Masons. There is not a man of them there that will vote for me. I have no upe for them, or any other secret societies."' I...

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 October 1885

Se". - AS J1 - 3rv T"' , Wells are growing in number- Windmills grow more and more plen tiful. - Governor Martin has converted S. B. Cowick into a notary public. W. JR. Hill, of ttie liezeille, Hill City, was a caller Monday morning. ' , Mr. B. Wagner is said to have had-a successful "trip to Salina on Ms recent mission to work cancer cures. County Survey or Ferris went to the cast part ot the county Thursday aftei- noon to do a job of surveying. r J. W Scott is the Deni. candidate for coroner of Ness county. He is announced as one of the ticket stumpers. Mary Tivis has built a neat little frame house on Washington street, south of the railroad track, this week. Sam. Kline and J. M. Ostrander are going to drive some 800 or 900 head of wethers into Books county to winter them. - We fear that considerable nutriment has been blenched fiom the buffalo grass by the recent rains. Some say this is the case; some tint it is not. D. F. Chidestor, of Bushncll, 111., was a subscription caller ...

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 October 1885

'Jjttr ?t-,i. rv$H0Si Xwg?p --! V-Attl' jv? S?9" A J" s . r - 7 ik -, tr-JK ft ;s lnf X "$ lN. - iV to I "-v j LAND RACKET AT WA - "Wehave now opened our Office in our new building, on the EAST 8IDE OF FRANKLIN STREET, Where we can be found at all times, ready to SELL CHEAP LJL3SrS 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 OF BOTH RAW AND In this and adjoining counties, as well as in other portions of the state. We have lands to suit the many, both with money and without. HOMES QUI POOR AS WELL AS THE RICH. 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 not, but we have a few well watered sections, and the rest can be supplied with pure well water. Our lands are mostly level, and well adapted for either grazing or agriculture. We use our own name, and that ...

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 October 1885

&S3Pitgjto& 5t?HaWT? NgSrl V fVv -&: owcMHHFwSl m : .ssir nf-4?j! rje&4TK&t3xfzr&- 3'V - '4JTjr?,f5 -!trTl2TE4 --- a-,' "" 'TW. u S T5Wj" - -a Et"wSV j - icra&arara t-ft,. .H? ?fi- r. V it aij? , A. , i - - r?- ii . .. i tare 3W5 . p-i,r h 1 A Great Tca-Kcttlc Caee. New Haven (Conn) Beglster. "About fifteen years Ago," eaid an at torney well acquainted witn the fact this morning, "a New Havan gentleman go ing to a picnic with his family bought a tea-kettle ior which he paid 25 cents. After they returned from the picnic the wife of the man who bought the kettle told a neighbor's wife she might have it. She took it. A year passed around and the picnic season returned. The same family planned another expedition, and the head of the family called for his 25 cent kettle. His wife went to the neigh bor after it. The other lady refused to give it up. She had become attached to that tea-kettle and claimed it an her property. Hot words ensued, and both women 'got ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 24 October 1885

I t. . Ills 3 " y &" SBBSBBaHriBBBBBBSBBSnBBBBBBBBHBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBHBBBBBBBBBBSBBI KANSAS NEWS. Alton is building a $6,000 school house. Clay Center will soon erect a city build- Concordia now claims 4,000 inhabi tants. The streets of El Dorado are to be lighted by gas. The actual debt of Hodgemen coutny, is only about $20,000. A branch of the Irish national league has been organized at Topeka. A new Congregational church has been dedicated in Dial, Osborne county The Sterling schools have an average attendance of 375. daily. Scarlet fever and diphtheria are preva lent in several counties in the state. A grand army post is soon to be or ganized at Meade Center, Meade county. A branch of the Union Pacific railroad .repairing shops are to be located at Clay Center. An attempt was made last week to bur glarize the office of the Crawford county treasury. J. C. Huntington, died at Eureka, Greenwood county, m the ninetieth year of his age. An Osborne county man has struck salt wa...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 24 October 1885

-W 3BWSBSF tr T -r ?!-. .. - " x S-'-it y, . &$ tf.- "& &. ii-5C.r&T - -jt -cV - - . aji,.? r;? J?&fr- - vV WUTJf.Y9Il.UR. The bun had sunk in the west, Lending beautiful tinte to charm the eye; , ,. And at night a fair maiden paseed to rest, To wake in a fairer world on high. The stars which looked so coldly down Gould not help but pity our earthly loss, . But she had sobly won the crown, And at her Savior's feet she laid her cross. Gone is the light from the meek brown eyes, No more to look on earth's kind friends, But to worship God in that paradise All the livelong day that never ends. While our hearts with grief were bowed There was a sweet deep thought that crept O'er us, as if by magic, that bade us weep, For once on earth our Saviour wept Reader, pause! what is your life? "Tis but a vapor that passeth away." Are you blessed with hope as ye walk the strife That leads to endless day? Think! think! deep of the words, And ere thy sun goes down Make sure of th...

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 October 1885

wmpmFf X'3- ' V. , -.iiFW? v A' , ftv V . r i - I , " r- -e4T-V 17 t t V& r TTJSlJLS&TrZ' STJSSOK-ITXOISr. S2.00. SEVENTH YEAR. Tor President-Elect in "1888, afreeral)VJQB3xA. Logan, OF ILLINOIS j, W. Wilson, late of Buff.ilo Park, later of Wallace, has opened a hotel at Oakley, "we see hv the oinf. The 0aA7 Opinio)) strike- Bro'l -crEnos under the belt, anl ho should re Bent it. It charges that "he couie out last "week with a 'well wrote' biography, or "the business mm" n" rrinpl 1. Napoleon toe tn:si. . .. eon stated, 1 d so mucli that Ki? ? 1 e--came second nature to him Fn'i wo read this, our lack of knowledge as to tlip number of Napoleons there are in the world was trnly appa'infr. Oaeley Opinion: The mun lh-' -oame to Oakley to file on a well (imbered claim has found an analogous pari nor h the fellow that homesteaded N. Silei'f ranch; they both left disputed. 10 a" ter taking eonie of N. S' blacksnako sauce frith him. "Charley Miller, our candi date," merrily chirps ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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