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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 13 March 1886

stwKSsfe ;r w mKR WRSSBS"?'W 'V - ' ---- 'wc,' - - -'-- 'f " ', g - -.'-'"-' -w $rq$, ;?0 -'iv ?i ''s?- t - - Rr ry , " - mssBssssBtam '-'& THE OLD PI ONEER STORE OF GEO. I. VERB ECKJ x tPT Sv PS.. M ?-&. -SatS Wfr . ,, rr L"fe. r C - f-i L?f - V -r 3b- . ,j? Ll- t '&- 5- - fc- Si.. 3 4 ' ? r rW M $-y ,'M ' H 7 7 7 Christmas Goods! Gla Tea Sets, $loto$15. GENTS' SMOKING SETS, COLORED GLASS SETS, CLTODEK'S TEA SETS, JiSD 'Silver Plated K nie- onrf UArl'oN LITTLE ONES. WESTERN EAS. WORLD. mCIAL PAPM OF TlEf 0 COUITT. W. S. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, March 13, 1886. PZ,A& FOB J. HQTBED. It ia hardjy to be doubted that several, at least, of our readers are thinking of preparing hotbeds, this month. Here with we present a plan which has the personal endorsement of the agricultural editor of the Topeka Capital, and which may prpve an efficient aid to persons in want of more light: Prepare first three or four loads of fresh horse manure by placing it evenly in a pile on the ...

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 March 1886

L. av---k''tA'S' . &JH- vy .1 iPiMiMwiwiiiiimwiiiiiimiBiiiiiii n nrnnTllf BHHiKJH VV"",JV "l, ML i . "JJILIBHILkM'iL'- I .'P m iim ill II III I mill J V - - , : ., j-rf'&i f;rT?s:l i-saassy,?. . art 5 .. T . j. V- -,-V . s- 1 i(nJcV.33-s. tk -Hjisw.i.- -f . jVrr.. I,.., -,- -J.-W.tt i-ZrtVimZjs. ..Fl ...?, L!; - - -. - ig'iqMwg'wflMMttg jWjj'r"'gmmmmjB --T3tffl','T-M -...- r i immm - ?&Sf "f &-m.gs tf tjb!f&Sgi ,is H J W? f V Br lr ir . V. 5S" Thomas Caddiek IS STILL HANDLING GOODS OF ALL KINDS. la just receiving a large assortment of I3r-vr Groods, GROCERIES And other goods, besides a whole car-load of k don't want to brag, the only store in Wa-Keeney where peo ple are always sure of getting all they call for. GOODS AT BOTH WHOLESALE & RETAIL. KELLEY & -ACENT8 BUCKEYE REAPER ad MOWER, KEYSTONE CORN PLANTERS, WEIR&DEER'SPLOWS anil CULTIVATORS. SPRINGFIELD SUPERIOR GRAIN DRILL. Horse IReufces. CEMENT, LIME AND PLASTER PARIS. PLOW AND WAGON-WOOD STOCK. ...

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 March 1886

SKSSS 'fSBM r,9JX E-;?:t ft5!5TM:&- jKjt RaFfflfis Vf;;. a . u ; 1S ,c. - " 5" - K 'VJl jtyX Kk SVfifcOBBl ' f rv WV re ;&' X Jrl li - l3? I- L ? "$ lrfe' '-'-; 3u ;y w birr '.. !W ,J &. '. W W a$& tit-" 1 " S :"Tr- - ' Red Star tradcTmark. nubTluffi jtbmolvtelti Aw rotn Ojrfatea, Emetic and PoUtmi SAFE. SURE. PROMPT. 259 At DuiMim ik njiT IU OUKUB A. TOVILKS 00 BALT1BOKB, KB. t!ura Rheumatism. Neura Backache, Ufaaacfc., TmUuH Sprain, Inlw. U Ma. PRICE, FIFTY CENTS. wwaaa... ja,i UI.UUU01I HU iaVaaa-aaa. Tirv mttrTTq t. root me ft cr. Baltimore, n. The best and surest Kcmcdy for Cure of all diseases caused by any derangement of the Liver, Kidneys, Stomach and Bowels. Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Constipation, Bilious Complaints and Malaria of all kinds yield readily to tho beneficent influence of ?mm i&j mtm It is pleasant to tho taste, tones up the system, restores and preserves health. It is purely Vegetable, and cannot fail to provo beneficial, both to old and yo...

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 March 1886

!uenrt'&gih& rff"-!wtoj2?J ?&&; - ..c. e !HWi-1? vC SAPsS&J .wiCS- -" v5 3-41? Tzmmfog&rz R Mil VI r t& & Mf v.. ? IJJ- r- I " J' T &TV "f B8S ?..: 5Q NEIGHBORING NOTES. rtfits Fro Twis anil Craitles Doiig Business at U'a-Keeney. - .A Big fflwwiig, Bat All the Better for That. Rush County, La Crosse Chieftain, 3. The town is alive with new comers -peeking locations for business. The first monthly letting of the La Crosse Building Association will occur at -)the35ankofLa Crosse, Thursday after noon, at 2 o'clock p. m. Scott County. Scott City II ci aid, 4. J. B. Hicks, of Stockton, this state, has leased Bloomer Bros, building, adjoining the Pacific hoteL Baluh Lemons, our newsboy, is de livering the Heiald this morning on stilts on account of the wet and muddy condition of the streets. A large golden eagle was killed on the Beaver. Its feet measured 1 inches from point of rear claw to point of front claw. A party of thirteen of our citizens went n...

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 March 1886

ii5WSI E5SS34- -1 J- t T"" !rw"Mfti -CS..-J4 '? r CV .-siSV-i taB,' M L p , .-... IT VjJ j. . Jv "?& '"Cr IRC : MS &. v ,2- fcf I I rU .X rfi m w i-ck. . GRAND ARMY GLEANINGS Tho Indpendenco Reporter reports lowest case or measles on record. A ijpendence, Lad the measles when in the army, and as wss frequently the case in camp'life, took cold and the measles "went in." Ever since that time his healthy has been failing until recently he has been bedfast and not expected to live. A doctor, who, as well as Mr Whelcher, is a member of the G. A. B. heard of the case and volunteered to treat the man. After examination he said Mr. W. still had the measles and began treating him to bring out the erup tion. The Reporter names three of the prominent citizens of Independence who have visited "Whelcher and say that he is broke out with what appeared to be a genuine, case of the measles. Wichita Beacon : At a meeting held in the register of deeds1 office an organi zation of old soldiers ...

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 March 1886

apS'Sw' wt''f jcv m&m$&&w&w? r- . 5 - ijgfv-' - -vjr.j? i.' r - ---'3&i 1V -STI "ar3! .5S8 ,ta 18 VVVp8 r--- " c , " j, !, . W&3 UL' -- f- r?:- ,Kmi &' -. V3 rv5 f . V l&. V. .t1. . "STearly Subscription, 42.00, STOCK F-ALEEfrTO- THE BASIS OF OTJR, RIES. Single Copy 5 Cents. nsrx J V b, ..A EIGHTH YEAH. GENERAL NEWS. DOMESTIC. A Chicago dispatch of the 1.1, inst., says: News has jnst reached Chicago that two men suspected of being two of the principals in the express robbery and the murder on the Rock Island railroad are under arrest near Joliet. The report is that Saturday after noon three men went to a farm house a few miles from Joliet, andasked to obtain work. The farmer engaged them, but thinking their appearance suspicious, kept a close watch on them, and sent word to the author ities. One of the men got wind of the farmers'fcU,'picions and disappeared, but the other two are now under arrest. A very im portant fact in connection witli the invest...

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 March 1886

SSRSfsffR r" -"El : 'mrfmM' ?w$t- &wm WRti T .T JIF4 ra,. Vfe. 'Sj tj-g. 3bW. t-W Tfy milMUL . ,. "1. Ak "niWB" 'fSpSSPPI ! - T - " - ,-Vl i ; K s ?&A VHHaMwJ 5 A f "Sjr iifer' f?V f? ft .?. wv rA. -i " If. r u? "V, Ik ' - I X A nSf" i -?"' ii tm ' t tjr 'Hv1 . fiJP r'K- 'j& S' r1x X ' i-r.. ?u NEIGHBORING MOTES. Feints From Twbs and Comities DeiigfBHsfiess at Wa-Kceney. A Big Showing, Bat AlUhe Better for That. Ness County. ' JVcss City News, ij. M. A. Cochran went up to Wa-Keeney Sunday. J. B. Spidle made a trip to Wa-Keeney on business before the land office this week. Sam A. Smith m returned "Wednesdjiy from Wa-Keeney, where he had been at tending to contest business. Clarence Pilkenton, son of the receiver . at the TJ. S. land office at Wa-Keeney, was a caller at the IVczvs office this weekp Dr. Scott, who is in attendance on him, reports M. F. Fuson, the mail-carrier be tween Wa-Keeney and Ness City, still very low from a severe attack of rheuma tism. A petition pr...

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 March 1886

S33S1 "3? JSv "!.???? -Tr-5 j " him H'-f - f ya ?1 ? UtSi' .?S xss I Jf ft Av, . , . 'vV SH . w"iS ."STE-ieXi-Sr SITBSCEIPTIOIT, S2.00. STOCK! PAEKIlsTG THE SJSIS OS1 OT73R IIETDTTSTIEailES- SXCTGrXiS COPY, 5 CEIiTTS- riM i ? 4 Hr- mi u s. &W- R ft ITS'' te ' Bl ..? ,Sv. fC EIGHTH YEAE. For President-Elect in 1888, Oeneral Jolixi A. Logan 77E SESSIOX LAWS. We are under obligations to Messrs. ( Geo. "W. Crane & Co., of Topeka, for a copy of the laws passed by the extra session of the Kansas legislature the past winter. The laws fill a neat pamphlet of seventy six pages. The price is fifty cents. AX0T11UR RAILROAD. The charter of the Nebraska, Garden City and Southwestern railroad has been filed with the secretary of state. This road will enter Kansas on the north in Smith county and thence through the counties of Graham, Gove, Trego, Lane, Scott, Finney and Seward to the Fouth line of the state. The total length of the road will be about 400 miles, and the capital stock is 50...

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 March 1886

t ,-, jr agtyj & . V r.h sce t--x ' ??., s5?. r V" 1 fcfc r? !-3v T ps--fc ir h fkfr Kv r &v- -9' Red Star 4oiKtrv JhnM torn OtetM, Xmetic mnd fHiMk SAFE. SURE. PROMPT. 259 llCnHun An Dsix. nuauxum i.Twnn ca,suxTiaou,KJh. For Pain Cures Rheumatism, NauralfU, swaaaeae, HMMiM, Tsaaaa Saralu, Braleet-t. PRIDE. riTTT OXNTft. XT DBUOOISTi JIKD DSAXaaM ni ntisun a.yoeub eouBatTixo&B.BUs. 28 best and Barest Remedy for Care of ill diseases caused by any derangement of Che Liver, Kidneys, Stomach and Bowels. Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Constipation, Billons Complaints and Halariaof all kinds yield readily to the beneficent influence of mm It is pleasant to the taste, tones np the system, restores and preserves health. It is purely Vegetable, and cannot fail to prove beneficial, both to old and voting. As a Blood Purifier it is superior to all others. Sold everywhere at 81.00 a bottle. BEANS t URE Biliousness, Sick Headache In Four Hours una cose relieves rtcura aia. mev cure am nre...

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 March 1886

?s&1PtM xPi&t mwimyyz f t&TV iS FfT f " . f - "4 ' ' . f"61lC 'PsSv, S i se' i. .& iS-Cfc?1 vPP H i (?.& fl IP 4 Vk IW' IK ft L- fr si & THE GOOD OL.D GIUXS. Oh, -where arc the pirls of tlie past, That peopled onr childish romances, Tlio I rockled-Iaced maidens that cast Their spelli o'er onr invenilo fancies Have the bj gone Mathildas and Isancies Joined the madd'ning "sassit't" whirlh, To lead in the ton and tho dancs? Oh, where nre the old-fashioned girls? Or have they crown horsej and fast, With mnnnors at lold as their jrlances, Thfo girls who were "skaters" the last Time we hunfrnl together for nansien. How their eyes used to pierce us liko lances, looking out from a tangle of curls, With hmiles of buch general expanses; Oh, where are tho old-fashioned girls.-' Tho grabs have, their chrysalis cast They are making the most of theirchances AVith the bdlet of tho season the 're classed, Their dress all the fashion in France is. When we meet now their look ...

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 March 1886

Sii! Xtttf W&W3S8: wsjpot$; ? r-'j ,;; ;VfTV. n.rf "J :L? s f F ?X? ' 1 ?a. m "-A1" jP-4 w-' S. ... :w h & , iv xi.af i Klfct , " rtV. ' ' '& - . " Vr, v c ag13 bv l- YT J".' ; K far y lit'. 6 yj. m5 fa ff fi - v p BKH HBSIWB KAS. WOELD. OFFICIAL PAPER OP TRESO COUNTY. W. TILTON, Editor, Saturday, March 20, 3880. Program Committee Proceedings. 'The Program Committee of the coming -Farmers' Institute met in Opera Hall 'Thursday afternoon, reported progress, and adjourned to Tvork up the highest possible enthusiasm in behalfto a gen eral attendance. The Institute will bo opened on Thurs day, March 25, 18SG, at 1:30 p. si. Gove, St. John and Wallace counties -will bo represented at the Farm era' Institute. The Farmers' Institute is just as much for the housekeeper as for the out o?-door worker. Let the ladies remember tha their-assistance at tho Farmers' Institute is indispensable. Friends of the Farmers' Insti tute are encouraged greatly by the prom ise of many of our peop...

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 March 1886

-TZZWgZ &'fiks2?4&r i. ,,5ET.r;f SMKr5ffl3 fPf ?" JK5Sma -Vs ,? r KTir yi T"fc V jT -e . 'W-,, r A. :F-,HiVv;i"-nr i . pjtf VS rasn ' -r tfrv hp KKaH Ktf Ik, 4-. x Thomas Caddiek IS STILL HANDLING GOODS OF ALL KINDS. Is just receiving a large assortment of GROCERIES . And other goods, besides a whole car-load of TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. COLLYER CAWINGS. I don't want to brag, yet it is a fact that I keep: the onty store in Wa-Keeney where peo ple are always sure of getting all thev call for. GOODS AT BOTH WHOLESALE & RETAIL. Thomas Caddick. V. P. 2AHJ10.il TIME TABLE. East Fast mall 6 47am. Express freight 8-02 a.m. West 9J52 p.st 5-02 p,m KELLEY & WALKER, -AGENTS FOR THE- BUCKEYE REAP ER am MOWER, KEYSTONE CORN PLANTERS, WEIR& DEER'S PLOWS and CULTIVATORS. SPRINGFIELD SUPERIOR GRAIN DRILL Horse ZFtsLkies. CEMENT, LIME AND PLASTER PARIS. riOW AO WAGON-WOOD STOCK. Sliclf and Heavy Hardware, Iron, Steel and Glass. Frankli...

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. — 20 March 1886

J1Pf PJP.1 f JiK TmT-w ; K V9i- J. T t 1 ' i-.-riz? zrti-z ft' P S:'' -p-- r m$m j&&, r '- As t-aJ. & ti $ Mr; ; k'0 rfijs JK STAR-EYE.' "Now, little etar. I'm tucked safely in bed, There you aro shining, far over my head, binning and peering right into my eyes, As though you were laughing up in the eties. I'm wido awake, too, and as glad as can be, There re so many things you can tell to me. Oh! how I've puzzled to know what jou are And now I shall ask you, dear little 6tar. "They say God sees all,in His wondrous might Tell, dp yon know.when I'm naughty or good? And where do the daisies hide in the wood? "When it rains so hard, is it tliat yon cry' Or do you always laugh, bright little ej e? Sometimes the sky is eo still and so blue, Say, little star, do you ever peep through? 1'rep at the angels in garments of white? Aro thir harps of gold; and their crowns of light? .Perhaps you're our eyes, and, when we're asleep, ja fly to the skies in a shining heap, All that we dr...

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. — 27 March 1886

? -' ' inr i I fors-? - "WRtfAr' ' -" .i - r -a;' m V V ' i1! " " -a?4i yi-i;!3 x vA ' ' - iitfPinill If A MG9 kii AViY V I r ir i?f. It- kfe 1 1 I "Cr 155 ter k I 4 w 4 & - "STearly Sutoscriptlori, $S.OO. EIGHTH TEAR. THE GREAT RAILROAD STRIKE. The Texas Pacific, Under tho Protection of the United States Courts, Rons Trains Ia(cfct New Concerning thcfcilxir Trou bles. AT OMAHA, NEB. Omaha, March 16. The Missouri Pacific runs into Omaha over the Union Pacific track for a distance of eighteen miles. Yes terday an attempt was made to start the Missouri Pacific freight train out of this city, but five men captured the engine, and made tho engineer and fireman surrender. They then ran the engine back to the .round house, and put out the fire. The men who captured the engine are said to bo the employes of the Union Pacific and Knights of Labor. It is rumored here that tho Knights of La bor have ordered all employes of the Mis souri Pacific in Omaha to refuse to handle freight or perf...

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. — 27 March 1886

..' '- " ..1A t.!. " " J. -l.'f "" 1 r.'- r wj?'Ar: v 5hs? ' :t " U. ..-.' I& l Mv !- $r v trie X ?iT ? .A- ikl fi ''X Is? V i M i-- y 1.1 JTv V J v ipV ,t R(K. fe- ""Ssci. 'n. v L"3. NEIGHBORING NOTES. Ftlits Frm Twis aid Coiintics Doing Business at Wa-Keeney 1 Mg Showing, But AH the Better , lor That. Cove County. Grinncll Geldcn Belt 20. Several of our farmers are sowing oats. 'Garden mnking-is .now the order of the 4ay. J. M. Hammond "paid Wa-Keeney a Bhort visit. Friday. K. J. Stewart made a flying trip to 'Wa-Keeney, Saturday. Goto county will have a population of .over 3,000 before next September. Parties from Hackberry report a great many houses building in that part of the t county. A Sunday school will be organized at the residence of Mr. Van Smith, the 21st inet. All are invited to attend. A. H. Jones, who has been clerking for Joe Corrette, took the fast train Mon--dav morning for Wa-2eeney, 'where he will visit friends and haea rest. Al. has many warm friends in Gri...

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. — 27 March 1886

SlfflraMSiSel rm it nrar i ?- V v- f'Zue&r' .. -iT. -aw a i BSW , ' -WffcT -T V. sj?- - jerr-iflx FCj SJr vt . i-.r - . -Sr-&r i kn -?&. -A . - " - -X. .4 v .-j5j e. tsjS. & j? 3TE-AiaXi"2" STTBSCBIPTIOU, $2.00. stock: zfa.:r:m::l::n"C3- telie basisop otjir iisrx)TrsTiaiES. , S335TGtXi3 COPT, CESIETTS. r-v .A. r r EIGHTH YEAK, For President-Elect in 1888, Oeaeral Jolan. .A.. Logan OF ILLINOIS. This is the way a business local in our esteemed contemporary, theMill brook Democrat, reads: "Sistorns and Flews built cheap by Brown and Eeed, pi asterers." Frank Hopkins, representative in the legislature- from Ellis county, is given an cagel e e by a correspondent from Topeka to the Haj s Stai Sentinel. Here is the sentence containing this thrust: "There was nothing touching the interest of his county or his section of the state that was not watched by him 'with an eagcl rr." This is something better than a black e e, i e suppose. In Sheridan county, Kenneth has 'been merge...

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. — 27 March 1886

-Svsf , Vj, "f; ii " - fX. IV3 T R . tjft EC f tt '?5fer u-i f--V rv z 1' IV- rs ft ifl 1 Ls r- -.. i ,r 1)5, f W ;e C. rtTrt '-? 1 r.'t T4 ' 'v5' fe - :?;r " If- -V "N- 'rV J V' AliAMENT A photograph, soma e tors, and A brace 01 pretty rosea, JL kIoto that hdcl her pretty hand, , My scanty stock composes. Borne moons ago it happened, yet, Though years have made me older, Knot haven't killed that keen regret That some one elso 'was bolder. lor I 'was penniless bnt he ll mean my hatred rival) Had shekels! 'Twas a case, yon eee Of fittest one's survival. Alas! that f ortane. cruel jade, Should do so sad a blunder. "Why couldn't I have been in trade, And he in debt, I wonder? A MFE'S EPITOME. J. HEAVEN. 3a Bellow sunlight slept the silent dell; The wind was still; across the dozing grass I heard the airy step of summer pass. TL saw her kiss the saucy pimpernel, Jheard the rustling sedgo and willows tell Ixrw in mine ear, her blessing; lad and lass Pledged blushing vows amidst a wealthy...

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. — 27 March 1886

sass ' V - VI SS m 3s .'It' . 4 "Si -! -v 1TATEB. WATER EVEBTWHEKr. BT nOBEUTJ.EUBDETTE. Maud Mnller's brother Ben one day Grew dry as dost while raking bay. Down on tho ground his rake he tiirew And said, "By jingo, I wish I know. Ho walked "fonr mild" that afternoon And paused before a closed saloon. And then as no one noticed him, With stealthy tread he entered in. Ho said, with sundry dreadful winks, "1 800 yoe 6ell but 'temperance drinks.' ' "Yob," said the man behind the bar, Bayoil Ben, "A little cold wa-ter." And then, to make it tart and thin, Ho squoczcd a little lemon in. And then to makp it rather sweet He stirred Home sugar in the treat. And then to make it strong and tough, He poured in whisky, quantum suff. Ho tossed it down, lie said with glee, "Cold water is tho drink for me." THE IXFAIXIKLE SIGX. 1 stepped into my room one day And saw pome children there at play; I sought my little girl, and found her With naif a dozen youngsters round her, And, from tho way she sl...

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. — 27 March 1886

-xy&l mr- oiH Ks v .."&. - r.l v . :t tiU f-diUT VEMr f?i-v I&&&- ftfs r N- V EfrLJ i MCwa is JSV f fcJJ, ri i. in sEit?T feW ? . ( tji- J&t "J-1 1 -t :'-&&.!) (Jf-- PSyi tg$ts !WES$EB$ KAS. WOELD. OFHCIU PAPER OF TREGO COUITY. ii'. A TILTON, - Editor. Saturday, Maech 27, 1886. 77 INSTITUTE. The Farmers' Institute closed last evening. A glance xtt the report of the first ses sion wiU .show that a large number of our nobler people were identified with the work. A feeling of warm friendship was es tablished, without delay, between the members of the Agricultural College faculty and our own people. The interesting report of the proceed ings in this issue includes only one of the five sessions of the Institute. The report of the other session will appear next-week. Enough will be seen in this report to ehow that the papers and dis iCussions assumed a wide, but practical, range. The interest ran. high. From week to week, in the order in -which the papers w...

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. — 27 March 1886

iSS&TS'S -w?w re?ss 5S : 5S'KVsS s-.V iwTCfVt5 ,r.'' v " -"iaa " i? ;" StS?K? ?& 0i . -, i - , ' T- " PWiW SK 3T ! kk? i-Vin . T- r " -ri&aa L .. $ I J4" H ' p. .' life- l$ &" h il: f?T a EN w m PK 'r I1 Vs j.yv fi , . Y L Lr (sy u? Wjf Thomas IS STILL HANDLING Is just receiving a large assortment of ry Goods, GROCERIES And other goods, besides a whole car-load of I don't want to brag, the only store in Wa-Keeney where peo ple are always sure of getting all thev call for. GOODS AT BOTH WHOLESALE & RETAIL. KELLEY & -AGENTS BDCKEYE REAPER and MOWER, KEYSTONE CORN PLANTERS, WEIB& DEER'S PLOWS anfl CULTIVATORS. SPRINGFIELD SUPERIOR GRAIN DRILL. Horse Hakes. CEMENT, LIME AND PLASTER PARIS. PIOW AND WAGON-WOOD STOCK. Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Iron, Steel and Glass. Franklin Street, MAXWELL & CO'S, THE EXCLUSIVE GRAIN, FLOUR 0"F "WA-IKEEavTE-, WHEKE CAX BE FOUND AT AIjL TIMES A Choice Assortment of CORN, OATS, HAY and all kinds of MILL FEED.i ROLLER PROCESS ...

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