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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 6 February 1886

orS .. i si? lrtfsi "? TK'- r " 'asus www RMraEHWlf Kf,,aKf, 'wi - - jV'S-?p'jritSi jfi"- iKT'-t rM li -,'": '-.,' rr- a -' If ; E .! "tSS - "-y i ggggg .fl m THE OLD PI ONEER STORE OF GEO. I. VERBECK. 4 r Jiff -''7r: - t'i u jr'f3t'rr la e t mi - , ',. a.' .; i -,KJc;r-t wya 1 1 hi iiwl .. az. v. jtgii, jcgg?r.B hr1! iSiur-v ri w. --4? V M 9. ? l 3l Pr ! v .T !. s x i&:zz. J s 1 K f I Chr ISTMAS Goods! China Tea Sets, $10 te $15. GENTS' SMOKING SETS, COLORED .GLASSfSETS, v CRILDEN'S TEA SETS, AND r.: Silver Plated ;. ' ..Knives and Forks FOR THE LITTLE ONES. i WESTERN KAS. WORLD. OFFICIAL PAPER OF TREGO COUITT. W. 8.TILT0N, Editor. Saturday. February 6, 1886. Supplies from Wallace to Gandy, tho New, Tecumsek of the latter place re lates, are hauled with sleighs, on accoupt-1 pi their adaptability for carrying Jaea'vier loads than wagons. , ' The Norton Champion also emer- ges from the destruction of its office by e recent fire. Messrs. Conway and Loomis deserve assistance so su...

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. — 6 February 1886

r . A" fK w !v Mfifes .4 m u ;! W. F. PAGETT, CENERAL IMERCHANDISEI OGALLAH, KAN. DRY GOODS, CUDtHING, -iHats. Caps, Gloves,:- EOOTS AND SHOES. In fact, anything you want or can get in a first-class store I have it. TINWARE, HARDWARE, GROCERIES, As line a line as you will find anywhere. ' E? Eo-L CJ5 JEj S L0W1R THAN II ! Come and See Me ! Won't be Undersold! BY ANYBODY. If you don't believe it, prove it. I will -AJLSO KEEFS COAL! FLOUR ! MEAL! AND SALT! Lots of things too numerous to " mention. COME EARLY. JTCJ-ar RECEIVED v No TroublesShow Goods. Yours Respectfully, FOR Cheap Homes -AND- VyESTERH KANSAS LANDv i Or to Secure Homesteads, Timber Claims, Pre-emptions, Soldiers' Filings, Call on or Address WILLSON & HODSHIER, WA-KEEEY, Trego County Kansas. Persons wishing to secure Government Land, State School or Deeded Land, in Tre go, Ness, Lane, G-ove, St. John, Scott, Wich ita, Wallace or Gree ley Counties, or, in fact, land in any part of Western Kansas, will find time, money...

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. — 6 February 1886

mwhWpWxr'm J&fcf 7t. SV s ffpriRn "it,- ' . sal 1 tr wv- . 9fe 13 J . Ld-f rw v---V $ A- r-o nk :rv .fs&w.jt atew':-'. tr. . & Kll OPENING GUN -OF WINTER IX POSTOFFIO'E K003I, U OPERA BLOCK. We Have Taken Our AM TO GIVE BARGAINS AND ; CLOTHING. j Suits that are cheap- and suits that are elegant. Men's over alls, Ladies' and Gents' Underwear, etc. BOOTS & SHOES A splendid stock. No better in the West. GLASSWARE &PEIWARE & whole crate of lamps, be Swdes whole sets, fancy dishes, etc. Whole loads of Queensware direct from the manufacturers. GROCERIES. At wholesale and retail. Cali , 'fornia goods 25 cents a can. TOBACCOS. Smoking and chewing up to ward two dozen varieties, and plenty of Pipes and Cigarettes. CONFECTIONERIES And Nuts in large assortment. These are butan inkling of the nature of the GENERAL STOCK OF GOODS WHICH WE WE WANT THE PEOPLE TO Know the Bargains which we Offer, Or we would not pay for this Advertisement. .When you come we will receive you ...

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. — 6 February 1886

w$? ? ( O -",'r-"i-" " " liSffe ':- & - .-is- 7?i ! SE5J Pi feft I: V ci fr- ft 1 Fr? m If'1 l ltbnon or it would never hare removed the Dred Scott decision. The ex--eoutive department of the gov- niment favored slavery extension --Or it could not have been elected, ana would ot hv had Jefferson Davis for secretary of --. war. Besides, Kansas had a 6lave state ex it. is .. ita Anfira onetxm l-nrfl5l ibi WhMw7nhnhiLints were abve to the situation, V bold, reckless and defiant, while the oppo T Bents of slavery were to be found chiefly at a -? distance of hundreds of miles from the field of conflict. Congressmen from the north ' hH been beaten and cowed, the old anti-sla- Tery society had no faith in success, or in tne value of victory if achieved, and the liberty and free soil parties had no machinery thai could be useful in such an encounter. Whn. nnder these disadvantages, will enter the contest for this prize with the slave power of the nation, that has never known defeat? Ind...

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. — 6 February 1886

mMwW rs-vr ssLsa-T w'icA.?' V V. VTj IS W 1 J ..- f- 1 vu v ' w K' - '- 3 rv 3 1 nr WHIRLPOOL WASHINGTON. Western Kfinsa Yfotld Correspondence. Washington, Jan. 29, 1880. In the higher branch of congress the week, thus far, has been marked by eulo gies of the late Vice President Hendricks, by debate over the admission of Dakota to the Union, and by a lecture from a Re publican senator administered to that august body for culpable addiction to ad journments. The senate being far ahed of the house in the work of the session, has been in the habit of adjourning from Thursday of each vrcek until Monday. The feeljng among senators was that they could well afford this indujgepce, inas much, as they work when in session', and inasmuch as the senate is always in advance of the honse by several hundred bills at the expiration of each congress. An aggrieved senator from Massachustts, Mr. Hoar, thought these facts were in Bnfficieat excuses for jthe senatorial dila toriousness. He offered a re...

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. — 13 February 1886

WiaSBPr ?IA. "tSWSWSHKl S5 --fif- MJSi.i!ai: lf fPylg rw ?' Ifi- . : , w I . - -jssr f jwiW' 3325 t P5B3SW5G3BWWIKWW? - -'tfFlliS'fKIFllfiVsv- 1 mWSAO' rTftevVFfc) Yf ' -'"' f - fr ar-lf ? ' -. f . . J.l -J.! "I J .-& 3 "v -j W4 '&&m 0 .. ' ?&&'' &? Lb - 1y&? M p&y rl Sf t 4 ' :-l F3f' t V.J? irsiJiJJsnirzr stjbscbiptiou, $2.00. SEVENTH YEAR. For President-Elect in 1888, General Jolixi -A.. Logan, OP ILLINOIS. HOW IT LOOKS. Two -ears ago the World took something o a part in securing the nomination of Lewis Hanback for congress. This is mentioned now to forestall some envious rival in his desire to hurl the statement at us. We did not know Mr. Han hack then as we do now. We then took things in connection with him for what they seemed. In saying this we have an eye to any jeering of a personal nature which some of our most esteemed contemporaries may be tempted to pour upon us. It is a matter of open record that Mr. Hanback has very little respect for 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. — 13 February 1886

SSlKSS I li $ ESr? I I tJ UFE DT LIBERIA. x 5"' Xazdshlps In alnd that Is Quite Unknown. S" " " A correspondent at Brewereville, Libe ' zia, writing to the Gate City (Mo.) Press, rays: This place, Brewersville, is fif s teen miles from Monrovia. It is fifteen years old, It is the largest settlement in ' ; Liberia outside of Monrovia. All the people who have emigrated out here in the last ten or fifteen years have settled in this place. The people in the settle f anent are poor, and one isn't able to help i the other in a business sense of view. ' There are no horses, no mules, and no oxen in the whole settlement They have to do all the farm work with the hoe, the rake and the ax. I have been out here now six months. Peoplo are in a suffer ing condition for something to eat and for clothes to wear. There isn't any doctor in this settlement; the settlement is too poor to support one. The inhab itants number 556. Calico is25 cents a yard. A common laborer, when he can get work to do, r...

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. — 13 February 1886

SB' A -Wv ''JOwlH HsskKje if I s , Z ZZI ! &' Jj' tl ' l .!? V :; -,. S-1 J s r:, W r . "STesurly Siobsoriptloxa, $S.OO. SEVENTH YEAR. KANSAS LEGISLATURE HOUSE. WEDNESDAY, FEBBUAEV Petitions were put in for the recreation of Buffalo county. That Scott county bo at tached to Finney county for judicial pur poses. Protesting against the consolida tion of the cities at Kaw's mouth. And more for municipal suffrage for women. New bills were introduced to enable Richlard township, of Cowley county, to organize as a high school district. To give l ichita the option to become a city of the first class or remain in the second class. To enable Clay county to erect county buildings. The same for Barber county. To change terms of court in the eighteenth judicial district. To enable cities of the third class to extend their limits. The apportionment resolution came up as unfinished business and was further discussed. It was advocated by Mr. McNall, Mr. Overmeyer, Mr. Jones, Mr. Mc Bride, Mr )...

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. — 13 February 1886

1 m . - m. , .., JtJ, , .ii! --jj-iiJi'1 yViU,-. iN iTHE OLD PI ONEER STORE OF GEO. I. VERB ECK.I &r It 5 I- Bit'"' ' -. Vfct if " ,- y ,Ij fe- Y -i- si ' f .5SST c'X" .& " .i .. u ar rW fcfl t "k. Christmas Goods! jffln Ti ts, $loto$15. GENTS' SMOKING SETS, f COLORED GLASSrSETS, f ; CIITLDEN'S TEA SETS, AXD Silver Plated Knives and Forks ' FOR THE ? ' LITTLE ONES. 4 " WESTERN EAS. WORLD. OFFICIAL PAPER OF TRSGO COUNTY. L W. S. TLTON, Editoi. r, ' f Saturday, February 13, 18S6. THE STATUS THE SAME. At the meeting of the Knights of Labor, Thursday evening, it was voted unanimously that the room in the stone house, on Washington street, which has been used regularly for the meeting of the order, be retained for this purpose, and that the proposition, tliat the meeting place be transferred to the basement 'of the building, be rejected. It is this spirit on the part of a lai-ge number of determined men of the order some of them stockholders in the building which, in the light p ...

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. — 13 February 1886

ss-isa T&' Ts?$ ;v? J'lSW'EW-WlifFH.UiPy : :i?1PSlM - :i - - - -Mr-,-v Cra'v s&3&qm&m8S3& S t: tr Ft tfX K lW P Thomas IS STILL HANDLING Is just receiving a large assortment of Dry Goods, GROCERIES And other goods, besides a whole car-load of I don't want to brag, yet the only store in Wa-Keeney where peo ple are always sure of getting all they call for. GOODS AT BOTH WHOLESALE & RETAIL. KELLEY & -ACENTS BUCKEYE REAPER aw MOM, KEYSTONE CORN PLANTERS, WEIR & DEER'S PLOWS and CULTIVATORS. SPRINGFIELD SUPERIOR GRAIN DRILL. Horse Places. CEMENT, LIME AND PLASTER PARIS. PLOW AND WAGON-WOOD STOCK. Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Iron, Steel and Glass. Franklin Street, I Am" On ZJ, MAXWELL & CO'S,. THE EXCLUSIVE GRAIN, FLOOR OIF W.A.-IKlEElXrE-S-, WHERE CN RE FOUND AT AI1I1 TIMES :A Choice Assortment of CORN, OATS, ROLLER PROCESS FLOUR, RYE FLOUR, GRAHAM FLOUR, IBR-A-IsT .TsTID II Store in West Room of Grand AT THE OLD STAND. Will in the Fntnrc, as in the P.is...

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. — 13 February 1886

9PSs? fMwwwtimWw f - , '!S?r:a-CcVi5f " "S &2- 5--i ": U " WJ , i-2i fTWi :& fSC a ;, t . kJt fv .- . tifrl KSr THE DYING TKAMP BY JAMES 'WHITMAN. far off. in strange and distant lands, The Tray less -wanderer -worn"" along, Dragpins life's f ast-unweavinR strands To loosen -where the mangel's song Kay requiem chant his end of wrong, Poor outcast! what of pity goesJ From follow mortal ont for theo Is svnibol'd in the storm that blows Night's chilling trusts of charity In every form but rarity. The ivy'd cottage bright near by The barn he strives 60 sore to gain In shelter from the night, and lie Him down in lasting sleep that pain Shall never wake through the cold rain. Throws torturing rays on his unrest From retrospective days, when true, And innocent, with childlike zest Ho lit up homo and hourly grew In joy and strength with days that flew. Oh mether press with closer prayer The boy that fondly clings to thee ! Storm heaven to beg he may not share The dying outcast's des...

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. — 13 February 1886

gSi" I " paj.-- "'jpjr 'Tf5'' , j - ;-v 1vi"a? y. .iL-TIs ?& VIS- ' "" J-&4fS9 -wl IJil" J "1.. - rf. i Kx'f -.' ..-"--s&;. j. .?;, - SfcCjki m-sf' xs&tts&ib. " Js.t''",Tlr liifn-v-? -' -;-''-",, iHBHIHaBiBHBBn r - V- iCr- fpgr 13 &- j $ V- &. s &v fc a 1 1- v? t pCb a. r vj t P GENERAL NEW8. DOMESTIC. U .. Pninarn. tnn AieilCBD nuuuvw.uk Washington, has received from the gpvern saentof the state of Chihuahua, Mexico, j an official report or me uuiuinuiuw wv- i tar which the Mexican forces had with the United States troops commanded by Cap- 4.u p.nnni in f hn mountains of Bovias, OuhuahHa, on the 11th ult. It is stated that the Mexican force commanded by Major Maurice Corrodor, arrived on that day at a place called Tiopar,' in the sierra of Bovias, where they knew that the Apache Indians, who had revolted under the leadership of Geronimo, were. The Mexicans fired on the United States troops in the belief that they Hrat;i Tn the fiffht which ensued. Ma...

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. — 13 February 1886

m war l&3 ft4 V 'j tr V f& 1 . - liliV- . FWi.a&s X, jv Z&i ys -' ''-AS 2.1 . i'J A THJ3U?E TO BABBLE BROOK. jjm .raK n?sf or abbam jvjua bubg-r bx - 4 :T Its I that sihs for Babble Brook, With Jts sparkling, tabdag rill; That prattles along its native way, Fro its birth, place fn the delL As the hum of the mother calls Morpheus up To solace In her infant ward, So Babble Brook filled my eyes with sleep, As it babbled across the sward. ' Oh, that Babble Brook was here With its host and hostess kind, That wo might back in those xylvan bowers, And joyous plenirp! Jlnd. And 6tHl I crave a Babble Brook, For the future of my days; Will u Mossing follow my desire, And give me m hat I crave! ph, Eablejjirook, if my fouI were free, This night I would bathe mjrelf in thee; And note down what thou can'ft not say, In thy babbling tilver talk to me. EXCHANGE ECHOES. Held overjrom lat 7ieeA;) The ?ess City Times is as saucy p.s ever, but it fjame out on wrap ping paper week before...

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. — 20 February 1886

RS3& W??p ' ; ress&te'gffiassss .. ' JTi ft Yearly Subscription, $2.00. STOCK ETA-RMINa- TUB BASIS OP OUR nSTDXTSTRIES. Single Copy 5 Cents. " . ? .- -v i - . .. " - j I BiiJjifcBSSy ft Si. CVv ? K M,1 i' i ,"fc :l m V L. V 1! SEVENTH YEAR. SYNOPSIS Of tie United States Homestead, Pre-eaDttoii, and Timber Cnltnre Laws. Tie State School Land Law, and the Methods of the Kansas Division of the u. P. Rail way in Disposing of Its Lands. H03DESTEADS. To the peoplo of Europe, wheie the high price of real estate confers distinc tion upon its owners, it seems beyond be lief that the government of the United States should give away 1G0 acres of land for nothing. Yet such is the fact. A compliance with tho homestead law and the payment of small fees and commis sions to tho local officers secure the title to a quarter section of government land. Laborers in other countries, who find it difficult to support their families, can here acquire wealth, social privileges, and political honors ...

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. — 20 February 1886

TifPiVifUBlWM M nivfyjEx W ?ffW11 5 V , "CC V-- ii" SSb x sri. TH MAy,r 4 vw 1 ' ,rJ lXt. &? "V iX Ki vJ T Jf" ff 5$. 5 -IJS I I r if -v.- ih ?. iMfe ,H' iv: y' pv ? rv LA1 ' Ji i' tTSP W t, 'V, U-lVs r-i Ti r. && &&4 Yj- m. Ufi W- 5. ' .i - j. l Western Kansas World. WA-KEENEY. KANSAS. THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF TREGO COUNTY And of the City of Wa-Keeney. EstaMisfatd-Mareh 1, 1879, by W. S. Tilton, WHO HAS PUBLISHED IT ETEET 'WEEK, SOME FIVE YZABS OF THE TDTE WITHOUT COMPETITION. THE WORLD Stakds in'the front rank as a local and foreign news gatherer. EurroBiAiiiiY, it is aggressive, progres sive and fair. The "Wobld has adhered, through evil, as well as through good report, to the policy of discussing, for the public good, the questions of agriculture and stock growing in western Kansas, contending, in even the darkest days, that the out come would be all that could reasonably be wished for. This is not self laudation. It is truth, and the truth gives no pio neer in ...

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. — 20 February 1886

& HHHIHHBIHHBBH98RBI9'30's;rP6BSBI9Mw8HKn!?r BKSlE3asS 9swiWMMBjWw3R4wH5SHaaaMWaaaaaawHHiWI aT aSP & I t 7 .fins! y - HMynr J$ ffiit- -s- rPKJf&-A tvi JHa & misn ? ' t --a. aPHaaa. -'aaaaaxts' " f . 1 -i- isr' ypr jr -zej.s.x."2" sTJBSCiaiyrioisr, $2.00. STOCK: Tj&JJRlLinSTOr- THE BASIS OF OTTJEi. rNDTTSTBIES. snsroxim co3T, 5 ceistts- aata a-. jgpiaaaaaa 1 -l rrTVl MTaaVi I" t 1 B ralfc V ' all rfjrlm tfmrMw- . A LtllfMl aaaVm 1H Mt 'MB ,-. tokA . yfJM l3pHrWBfeBS"B'iSill laaaaKJag ifjIJ $f t, 3ijg . .tpvi m. ' wr aaaM j hh araMaM .Jaaavs. j mi fiaaaV itn aaV -taaaanaKA. ..wi v . aaai " aaT aaaaai w aaaamm---i1 m aw - j j .j - - "i . iS3BiBiC jiSBtBiBiiiM lidBBiMUMilnM&SssSsi - y v - ' ' ' - K J o r -,1 r H tr s- ! i W SEVENTH YEAR. For Preeident-Elect in 1888, OP ILLINOIS. Hill City is to have a photograph gallery. Stockton is to have Belva Lock--wood on March 3. The Christian church attockton was dedicated last Sunday. Petitions are being circulated in Nes...

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. — 20 February 1886

Krn yB3mes!ffSmsrwi9ass5 Wfr-VZ&r? s "3rr- i. r I ?M? r. ,r, , H T ' v THE OLD PI ONEER STORE OF GEO. I. VERB ECK.i Christmas. Goods! GROCERIES, GRAIN AND FEED, sE-wTiLsrca- CALICOES. .7" :t 'Jk f r& ? f . - f L? ,-i T i' China Tea Sets, $10to$15. GENTS' SMOKING SETS, COLORED GLASS1SET3, CHILDEN'S TEA SETS, ' A2sT) .Silver' Plated I- Knives and Forks -rOE.TIIE : LITTLE ONES. -a 'ESTERN KAS. WOELD. OFFICIAL PAPER OF TREGO COUNTY. w. 5. mroAr, :.,-.. Erffor. Saturday, February 20, 18S6. It affords us pleasure to notice tljat a certain thing in town declares, in black and white, that it is going to state facta aB thoy exist, whithout continually thrusting its opinions into the faces of , tbo peopla We congratulate it. Opin- ions tfhich-are "no good" should, to put the case mildly, be kept very close homo. TnE Stockton Hecord is published , where Hon. A. L. Patchin, now register of the goernment office at Oberlin, used to live. That paper iutimates that Eooks county herself will...

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. — 20 February 1886

jwf'tiiz r' t'Zzr;&iFv?wrK.T'tjiBi r pr-r?r.i;Jv.ivi V&lT-i?' 2fcgrt'toJ&3 r-rri'iXrfs- iJa.t ,??: & r5 -Tf rv w .', T? S'P' Z'JA'. rsitrz -s ,$Z vs , JT -F Thomas Caddiek IS STILL HANDLING GOODS OF ALL KINDS. Is just receiving a large assortment of Dry Goods, GROCERIES And other goods, besides a whole car-load of QTTEiEJIISrS'W.A.IRIEl I don't want to brag, yet it is a fact that I keep; the only store in Wa-Keeney where peo- pie are always sure of getting all thev call for. GOODS AT BOTH WHOLESALE & RETAIL. Thomas Caddick. MURDERED. A Demon at the Close of a Drunken De bauch, Shoots and Kills His Wife. sU- Followed by a Crowd who CORONER'S TEBDIOT. Stats or Kansas, ) TsBOO CoUNTT. J An inquisition holden at Oakley, in St John county, on the 14 day of Febraarv. 1886, before me, Joefiua Groft, ooroner of Trego county, on the body of lbs. Mattie .bellows, then lying dead, by the jurors whose names are herewith subscribed. The said jurors, upon their oaths, do say t...

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. — 20 February 1886

&& rvifsv iJJ m a.'-gapsej'SwaiKagt "ssr wrft a. " J N It. A f ! if TWO STATE XCtSEBIES, MOEK FOSESY ASP 2JZSS AGKKTS. Among the many things which the Wa Tteeney Wobu has proposed for the ben efit of the country, the free nursery pro position is certainly the beet Bro. Til Jon suggests that the legislature appro priate $10,000 for the purpose of establiflh inj? to aureeriee, one at Collyer and the other at Cimmarron ; andthat forest trees fce given to all settlers who will obligate themselves to plant nd cultivate the same. The tffrHit-treeM agent wboco Tame riv J jals that of the book peddler and lightning rod vender, has always been a drawback to forestry. Now, if we can have a nur sery where 'the people can get what they want, and always get an article that will fepay them for their trouble, the increase -of forest, trees and crops, to say nothing of the increased beauty and comfort of -our western homes, will repay the state a thousand fold for the sum invested. GritmeV ...

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. — 20 February 1886

i.Ea XBKWMmSll. IUB1WWUMI "V-4 nraftgpEF r-jp-v v. . orisTy, y &. .WA-HEKEYBUSmiSSPgMjI DB17GS A2W GROCERIES. B. WAGNER & CO. MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING. MBS. M. BENEDICT. MBS. W. T. HUNTER & MISS R. COM FORT. LAWRENCE & HALL. C. N. BENEDICT. J. HEGENER. WILSON & SNIDER. HARNESS pJIOPS. W. C. OLSON JOSEl'H ESCHER. BOOKS AND STATIONERY. 0. A. CORTRIGHT. H. J. HILLE. FURNITURE STORE. W. J3. JUUTCHFIELD. DRUG STORES. XL J. HILLE. JONES &FERK IS. GROCERIES, FEED AND HARDWARE. WERLICH & KERSHAW. GENERAL MERCHANTS. THOMAS CADDICK. W. S. KYLE. LAWRENCE fc HALL. GEO. I. VERBECK. MARSHALL & UFFORD. MARTIN HERMAN. HARDWARE. KELLY & WALKER. BANKS. J. H. MARCH & CO. WILSON, MURRAY &, CO. LUMBER YARDS. F. 0. ELLSWORTH. GEO. I. VERBECK. L. A. REED & CO. COAL YARDS. C. M. PAULL. JOSHUA GROFT. L. A. REED ,fc CO. HOTELS. COMMERCIAL HOUSE T.,R. Moore, Proprietor. UNION HOUSE W. C. Olson, Proprietor. OAKES HOUSE Dennis & Hilts, Mana fjers. FARMERS' HO...

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