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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 22 May 1886

LiRsrt t'S.'iS. J&8& ri JfeiV 6i& 4 t ,?sUfM iilfmfsS rJiit- ':.' sr r y :. f' fc&' .v EM- fc'ff ;& V -v it', ,, t - F t$ WORLDLING. Tiio shutters of tne rectory windows were -wide open. This was very unlike the policy of the rector of St. Ann's, who invariably prayed to be delivered from tiie flies, dust and all disorderlinesa But there had come a change in the life of Rev. Arthur Dibbins, as there ever must be in mutable things. He had mar ried wealth, and with wealth, bondage. It w:is the will of Mrs. Dibbins that the shutters should henceforth be open, and to this new state of affairs the rector was reconciled by many compensations. His "shades" had been torn down in a frenzy, and were now usurped by beau-tifully-fashioned screens of fine brass links, purchased in Egypt. There was drapery from Persia, and a revolving fan, like a elave in attendance over Mr. Dib bin's brown head where he sat. Hor tenso, a Frenchwoman, removed every article of dust before it ha...

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. — 22 May 1886

;igpi KT."" "r .- vA.fv'.'''-E-3i 11 -T- Nf f --KJ r &' M" K I? hi , B a 1?T .rL ajgrfs." K1 &?, '& Yearly Subscription, $S.OO. EIGHTH YEAR. C. M. PAULL, (SUCCESSOR TO F. 0. ELLSWORTH.) -DEALER IN- COAL -OF THE- COLORADO, AND OTHER KINDS. -WILL PUT THE- PriceCoaiDown As Low as Possible. Will Buy and Sell Wheat, Rye, Oats CORN, UD ALL KINDS OF GRAIN. CHOP FEED FOR SAIL TiraTEKffl! .It is tbe Best Hade. LigMest Running, Quietest and Simplest IN THE WORLD. Self-Setting Needle, Self-Threading Shuttle, Automatic Bobbin Winder, And Only Perfect Embroiderer HE PLUS ULTRA. DO NOT BUY ANY OTHER Before trying the White. Agents Wanted ! Needles, Oils aid Parts of all lachises. For Catalogues, Prices and Terms, address, WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO., 921 Olive Street, St. Louis, Mo. ' " ANSY PILLS Arc perfectly Safe and always EfTeclncI JJaed to-Cay regularly by linoo America Women. CSaarxurie! superior to af o(hn. or Caih rrtaaded. Don't xras money on wertblen nninin t. 11:1a Keiacdr Sr...

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. — 22 May 1886

PPf . Sv5kIHKBP!PS55 j.MxJ jf MVfF ! . :;--7r utt 35 ftft l$S5 33 55,? 40", 1S5 tet&r m mc- - r K WESTERN KAS. WORLD. OFHCIAL PAFE1 OP TKBO COUWI. ,, v. s. riroAr, . , -editon Saturday, May 22, 1886. COMMITaEE CALL. 2 SI.01 tte my EepubUcan Central Coon- lre,-1ul -"$" junty wiu te held at the World offico, in wa-keeney, on Saturday, May 29, 168G, at 2 o clock p.m. ."torof selecting delegates to tie State and the Congrewional ConvenUon is to be considered, Ji!225. any othor busIles8 which may be rag- w. s. tecton, chainnan. OFFICIAL CALL. 'Bepublican District Convention. A Delegate Convention of the Republicans of the 23d Judicial District is hereby called to mtet at Xess City, Knnsns on TTJESD VY, ADGUST 3, 188S, At 4 o'clock p. k., for Jhe purpose of placing in nom ination a Candidate for Judge of 6aid district Also to select a Judicial Central Committee. The basis of representation in counties In ea'd Convention shall bo one Delegate for each CO otcs cast, and one delegate for...

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. — 22 May 1886

E3E3 Wm?d5S&&&m&&&3F1R8!BrV&ZGmM!! &"S-sstP.m ---- r "- ---- ; ,,. .5r W iff -ffeJSZ. SL-g'-f-'i, '-'-,c'" - ; -','..iv xrfrsrT.r r l! u . J.' - teiM Thomas IS STILL HANDLING Is just receiving a large assortment of Dry Groocis,, GROCERIES And other goods, besides a whole car-load of I don't want to brag, the only store in Ya-Keeney where peo pie are always sure of getting all they call for. GOODS AT BOTH WHOLESALE & RETAI KELLEY & -ACENTS BUCKEYE REAPER add KEYSTONE CORSU PLANTERS, WEIR k DEER'S PLOWS and CULTIVATORS. SPRINGFIELD SUPERIOR GRA Horse 2FtaJs.es. CEMENT, LIME AND PLASTER P PLOW AND WAGOX-WOOD STOCK. Skclf and Heavy Hardware, Iron, Steel and GIf Franklin Street, WA-KEENEY, K I Am On Burnham & Maxwell THE EXCLUSIVE I GRAIN. FLOUR OF "W'-A--E:EE3SrE-2':, WIIEKE CVX RE TOUKD AT ALL TIMES A Choice Assortment of CORN. OATS, HAY and all kinds of WILLI ROLLER PROCESS FLOUR, Warranted Second to None, RYE FLOUR, GRAHAM FLOUR, CORN MEAL,...

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. — 22 May 1886

wmmmwWm MMmyWfBi ffffKt: t Tf l r sCs?1 - - J7C -f- J P1 m v & n 5? 8S r i "'i Thomas IS STILL HANDLING Is just receiving a large assortment of ry Goods, GROCERIES And other goods, besides a whole car-load of Q-O-IEIEIISrS-WIRIE, I don't want to brag, yet it is a fact that I keep the only store in Wa-Keeney where peo ple are always sure of getting all they call for. GOODS AT BOTH WHOLESALE & RETAIL. KELLEY & -AGENTS BDCKEYE REAPER and MOWER, KEYSTONE CORN PLANTERS, WEIR & DEER'S PLOWS an! CULTIVATORS. SPRINGFIELD SUPERIOR GRAIN DRILL Horse 3R.aJs.es. CEMENT, LIME AND PLASTER PARIS. PIOW AND WAGON-WOOD STOCK. Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Iron, Steel and Class. Franklin Street, Burnham & THE EXCLUSIVE - OF "WA.-2CEEXsTE"5r, --WHERE CAN BE FOUND AT ALIi TIMES - A Choice Assortment of CORN, OATS. ROLLER PROCESS FLOUR, RYE FLOUR, GRAHAM FLOUR, BRja.3sr uA.3srr Between Frick's Livery Stable AT THE OLD STAND. Will in the Future, as in the Past Keep a Fnll Supply of ;a AJLV...

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. — 22 May 1886

"S&.SK g e-.flrvi' V4' ir- t -& "C is,? IS f S, KS t b? HF fcV" r . -x & ?- -?" . v P TOMMY JONES. BY LTD! A M. JACKSOK. Tommy Jones was left nn orphan Ere he rea hod the age of Seven, Without friend 3 and without money, Without any home protection. Borne kind farmer gave him sheltert fed and clothed him through one winter, Then h drifted to another, Xiired with this one, then with that one. Ho one ever wished to keep him ; fie was lazy and unruly, When he was but scarcely sixteen, Still a boy in heart and stature. He enlisted as a soldier In the war of the Rebellion. He found favor with the soldiers ; He was full of fun and frohc, Never sad, and seldom weary. Never like them heavy-hearted ; He had left uo home, no kindred, . No one who had ever loved him ; liong beneath the sod had rested The one who had ere caressed him, She had faded from his mem'ry Till of her, he called his mother. There wad left but a dim picture. And her grave, the weeds and brambles Had, for year...

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. — 22 May 1886

!W.jji aS sras -" 3J f ipvw "fef-jtr- .?si fA:v - . . V-&X -l 'ftWifrA'wy S r v t - Si, .1?. -- r . t&tf-,- jj .- " - w : f r4! ' . w&tf 5" ' " " ' ' "JIUI""1 "" f I " 3 re4 fc I? m Jk w, f? 1 I INSTITUTE PAPERS. , CULTIVATION FOB CROPS, A paper read by Ben. C. Bich before the Farmers' jMtituta ct Wa-Keeney, Friday, March 26, 188C. Mr. Chairman: I have taken the liber -ty to change the preposition 'of ' into "for" in the above subject for discussion, ?3 - RS C " 3& ? for the reason that most of the crops suc cessfully raised in Trego county do not neea any cultivation, as wnear, rye, oats, barley, millet and sorghum, "when eovu $ broadcast or drilled; and as no particular crop, corn or potatoes, for instance, was mentioned, I .found it difficult to enter upon any discussion at all on the subject .of "Cultivation of Crops." So, suppos ing the subject means "for crops" I will proceed by saying that where many .different soils, and conditions of -soils ex N 1st, it is d...

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. — 22 May 1886

Dspfe'l :-5SfCiL2Bf4SS!S BSsgHHPSPBP n"1 J. -"jr - -" v -" " ; - f zbiL'' t n-ti H1 Xf I ft- M 3 -ir li fa' M 1. .4 L&. F w pj r L'3l I-" f? i Em '$' Vj ft K8 ? -U H p- " E,! , Jkjt r. fr iAYlXO RARE A CHILD'S BBAIN. A Delicate Operation Upon the Skull The 1'Hticnt on the Road to Recovery. New York Tribune. Little Joseph Sullivan had just came out of the Brothers' school at Mott and Park streets at noon the other day, and had started for his homo at No. 22 Mul berry street for his dinner, -when he "was asked by one of his companions to get a ball which had gone Tinder a wagon and stopped near the horse's hind feet. " He did not want to do it at first, as there' was danger from the horse, which was known to be fractious. But his com panions dared him tp get it, and being a plucky little fellow' he could not stand this, and 'dove under the wagon and grabbed the "ball. Before he could get away the horse kicked violently back ward, and one of his feet struck the boy on the head, cau...

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. — 29 May 1886

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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. — 29 May 1886

mkz&j$'& fC4W&; am'X ,Fi3?V'"? .." V-"- i' ..w :?Vr- :wk' i 1 .1 Kjl. AsiZ r w ,J i. V I" w :? V ,&' at "-Ik xo X cowslip. JaUZS HEDDEIIWICK. No tiny alien plant art thou, Bat one to iiglanu's poet dear; Tho cr pearl i witness now He hung enchanted in thine ear. 'Mid niceh of matted grass and weed, O unchanged towahp that I sec! Wlw.t timche btmjfd through fctaitford mcatl He taw and plucked a prize in thee. How fctrong the life in things that live I'j UaUyaudtho bard approved! This p rrl urn, tliese ruLi h fivn, Jroclaim the flower thnt Shukispcar loved. And O, proud wilding of the spring, Freeh-born by haunted grove andstream! H" fi Jiirf of thee who bt ft could sing, , And lapped thee in his moonlight dream. How here, now there, at his command, The li-ditfoot fairi s come imd go. While f Jinth from the silvern btrand The uiry elfin trumpets blow. 'Twas in this narrow saffron cell W hre bets may poke thtir clammy feet, Thdt f;r the dainty Ariel He spied a dormitory...

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. — 29 May 1886

&&p3 I '! M Ji p N-M W r.ii& ?lt yearly Subscription, $2.00. EIGHTH YEAR C. M. PAULL, (SUCCESSOR TO F. 0. ELLSWORTH) -DEALER IN- COAL -OF THE- COLORADO, AND OTHER MS. -WILL PUT THE- PriceCoa As Low as Possible. Will Buy and Sell Wheat, Rye, OOPL3ST, IND ALL KINDS OF GRAM. CHOP FEED FOR SALE. MUTE IS KM it is tie Best Male. Lightest Banning, Quietest ana Simplest IN THE WORLD. Self-Setting Needle, Self-Threading Shuttle, Automatic Bobbin Winder, And Only Perfect Embroiderer, HE PLUS ULTRA. DO NOT BUY ANY OTHER Before trying the White. Agents Wanted ! leediss, Oils and Paris of all lackiies. For Catalogues, Prices and Terms, address, WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO., 02i Otiue Street, St Louis, Mo. Ti ANSVPILLi H Ifcera. r C li ftiJ. Don't wast i mosey oa wrtfclm atraaat. Tr; tkm Bmm7 . Bold by all Dnggists. o Willi Tft nT Uttt Bend 4 oenU tor particular. wiucx aricuic .. rua., ra. M Shrines, Eastern Down kfZHffHSIItttSftn- MJJlX llIm9AinH -rrVVBA Bf "th" -w- - - - -' .; WILSON, M...

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. — 29 May 1886

4y4f5EPI5 p5 - r. f; Figw-SjpwJI i ., j wfcSBr WpgX, if. ;5p V 'fc,VV w ji W$fc ZCia Is WLl Kusn 1 wt Trego.... Jv Wa Gov.,... flj Lane I' 'w . John. r . ilBoott EL V Wi4 Wallace . D ; Ay? Wichita ., Fit nm "Greeley . l I ' i I: ' I v fi ft n i M. WESxEiifl KA& WOEU). ornciiL pipsi or tiebo conn. W. 8. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, Mat 29 1886. COMMITTEE CALL. A meeting of the County BepobHeaa Central Cora mttee ol arcgij county will be held t the World office, In wu-ktsency, on Saturday, May 29, 1886, at 3 o'clock p. v. Tbo matter of selecting dejegates to the State and ne uongreseirnai convention is to be considered, Mtutf wiut boj owdr ousinees wnicn may be sag eeted. w. s. tilton, chairman. OFFICIAL ALL. 2topnblican District; Convention. k. Delegate Convention of the Republicans of the 4ld Jadicial District la hereby called to meet at New VUJt ", OB TUE8DAX, ACQD8T 3, 1888, At 4 o'clock t.h., for the purpose of placing In nom iuMwi Candidate for Judae of said district. : Alto4o ...

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. — 29 May 1886

rarssKTroEGss Sf-Tt 7 - lp'ST-Pf?.! pjf 5 r " . 'ft. JVw ' N."vr n, iTmmmmmwmmm v J : f ' t- tf ( w H ib S - '"iteiir r I 'if U rfr J "JLjtj. &&&,cxtfifZr; .scaeiagsTi-raawja Thomas Caddiek IS STILL HANDLING GOODS OF ALL KINDS. Is just receiving's large assortment of Dry Goods, GROCERIES And other goods, besides a whole car-load of don't want to brag, yet it is a fact that I keep the only store in Wa-Keeney where peo ple are always sure of getting all they call for. GOODS AT BOTH WHOLESALE & RETAIL. Thomas Caddick. KELLEY & WALKER, -AGENTS FOR THE" BUCKEYE REAPER abd MOWER, KEYSTONE CORN PLANTERS, WEMDEER'S PLOWS anfl CULTIVATORS. SPTIELD SUPERIOR GRAIH DRILL Horse 2S.eLte.es. CEMENT,' LIME AND PLASTER PARIS. PIOW AND WAGON-WOOD STOCK. Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Iron, Steel and Glass. Franklin Street, WA-KEENEY, KANSAS. EfififlBH3Ej&H0flEisHH ., . - -fmm if , I Am On The Way To Burnham & Maxwell's, THE EXCLUSIVE GRAIN, FLOUR AND FEED STORE WHEBE CAN BE POU...

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. — 29 May 1886

l ' iU1" 'A 5 msMPZii kW- aw r&?i rv ift-,s; TFF71 "5 'Tfil-SSfTt j? s ev'3' i. '. - : :tM7v ' '2 1ti M f .AT TH GRAVES OF TWO BROTHEKS Will mother having bods -win-bora, both dear, jjocally dear, both .strong and masterful, Both Imviug tender nature at her breast, Who, after hildhood, diverse-nnmled, then Br same hot f tud are swaj ed and fall apart: One lead to that 6tronK bond of home and hearth, One stung by Bome wild fire to strike at her SnH wound her bosom; till lo, their strife grown "Both fall and both are slain by mutual blows; What mother, like to this one, shall nut Uke "Both bckinio her hpart with quenchlesB love, Forgetting only that they were her so s. Both being dead, and both were good anil brave. And grieve for both and praise them in ht-r gi lef ? O thou, our mother, ia not this one thou? "Wen not tuch twin-born these thy sons, tlune Ami v. r their two graves dost thou not stand, Tide fair last May morn, with memorial flowers Setwetting only that they vera thy...

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. — 29 May 1886

jppTw,,-s -,- ; v - o -3 -( - s.-'-.v " : -v JtTtTi't'' 'mf0aFattfm M?UJI1 -?" JZ" zr: . tf 4?&3L.c " j .. iU a ' 'aa? . JTr- iE- 41 -. &- ir - ' i m ii ii jsssjsm mi nm hi w i umiiw smm ?u5f --t i IP" i S?-Jl- L f f i . Wu I .V'S hr FC 1 v A GEOKCIA VCLUNTH Far np the lonely mountain eidb My wandcrinK footsteps led. The moss lay thick beniath my feot, The pino signed overhead; The traco of a uismuntled fort Ijay in their forest cave, And in the shad w near tho path 1 saw u soldier's grave. The bramble wrestled with the weed Upon the lowlj mound; Tiio simple headboanl, rudely wnt, llad totted to the ground. 1 raifaed it with a reverend hand, From dust its -words to clear, But tunc liad blotted all but these- "A Georgia Volunteer." 1 !.eard the ShenaDdoah roll Along die vale below, I caw the Alleghaiiies rise Toward the realms of snow; Tho vallej 1 ompaign rose to mind, It leuder't name, and then 1 know the bleeper had bwn one Of Stonewall Jackbou'o men. Ho hleeps; what need ...

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. — 29 May 1886

JWp - . .- lW &- - - - m - -- - , , F-"""- ?yftffpfp rff '""-SfejSKs.,! . "jc- 3a"vi)xw'a'tga ft& .i f 7.Y I J &" v ti' DISTBICT COUBT DOCKET. Top Term Beginning June 7, 1886. State m Jno. DeGroot and David Buffington; grand larceny: J. A, Nelson, plaintiffs' attorney; Lee Monroe, defend ants' attorney; from justice's court. , State m Chas. A. Fellows; murder; J. A. Nelson, p. a.; D. Bathbone, d. a. State vs. Wm. Olive; assault with a deadly -weapon; Nelson, p. a.; E. A. McMath, d. a. State vs. Wm. Burk; assault and rob lery; Nelson, p. a.; from justice's court. B. N. Hutchinson vs. Donald McDon ald; damage; Lee Monroe, p. a.; J. B. Hutchison and David Bathbone, d. a's; continued from Dec. term, 1885. - State vs. J. H. Evarts; assault with in- lent to Mil; Nelson, p. a.; from justice's court. Hannah A. Stannard vs. Ben S. Stan dard; alimony; Monroe and J. L. Miller, p. a's; Cowick & Hollister, d. a's; con tinned from Dec term, 1885. Geo. W. Kay vs. W. S. Kyle, a con ...

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. — 5 June 1886

WWiWHWfiPS CT-iK. .iV rZdrr-r v H? c- e' T ri?fmmm . IZVMCKHi i PA A ) i. I $M 7TV l c IUk ' h m ft.r '0 ne iky ., - 1. I Yearly Siibsorlptioxi, 2, p) ) : EIGHTH YEAR. ,JkjC. M. PAULL, (SUCCESSOR TO F. 0. ELLSWORTH) -DEALER IN- COAL -OF THE- COLORADO, Rock Springs, Eastern AND OTHER KINDS. -WILL PUT THB- Pnce-Coal Down As Low as Possible. Will Buy and Sell Wheat, Rye, Oats ooFtisr, 1HD ALL KINDS OF GRAIN. GHOP FEED FOR SALE. It is the Best Me. Lightest Running, Quietest and Simplest IN THE WORLD. Self-Setting Needle, Self-Threading- Shuttle, Automatic Bobbin Winder, And Only Perfect Embroiderer, NE PLUS ULTRA. DO NOT BUY ANY OTHER Before trying: the White. Agents Wanted ! Needles, Oils aid Parts of all lacMies. For Catalogues, Prices and Terms, address, WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO., 921 Olive Street, St Louis, Mo. SY PILLS ma aalwy ri !!. 7 ox 10.WO ABntcma rMrsesdl Don't waata SSS3-M5seS otbhwba wavuiv iq rmilMUu, y. IfflmjSQK! H Mkn,Mww fai maarr am bm l ufainoar "kiiimYw k miiiiflK ;...

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. — 5 June 1886

4 . - " - " Bf Ow fiC" Ifet I ft H I M I 3! . 'i, t bir ,f . AD AIR ABLAZE. Wie "World" Asked to Show the Town to the People. Elms, Kansas, May 30, 1886. the Editor of the Western Kansas 7V World, Dzab Sir: In your yesterday's issue, Appears an item concerning the new town Adair, on sac 5, tp. 11, r. 21, Trego county, which is apt to mislead your readers in regard to the character of this new enterprise. Allow mo, therefore, to state the facts in the case: This new town -is not on the Eanopolis plan; it is based entirely upon the needs of the surround ing country and the wishes of a colony of incoming settlers who, by investiga tion, have found the land in southwest ern Graham county and northeastern Tjego county best adapted to their ends of all the lands they had seen. -These incoming settlers are mostly farmers from various localities in more eastern states. It is true that Mr. Asa Adair lent us his name for the new town, but he has no share whatever in the jenterprise, and did n...

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. — 5 June 1886

PVw "M.!? rvgwi.o.'H" t- r t "Kra3KPT5355oa. ' 'fPWSTSr' v,t " "Q I . , v -c V1 .'..'i '"' -4TJ rv 4- f ifl r g '- .?; -V4J - - E) - 31 t "5 "oft X v. Ml K y t e u 15 ? I3f fc" f UP W' c I S3iAJBii"3r STTBSCiE&inPTioisr, $2.00. EIGHTH TEAK. For President-Elect in 1888, Oeneral Jolni A. Logan OP ILLINOIS. We expect to always have one friend, at least, while J. H. Wright is alive. Here is something from his paper, which does not come unexpectedly: The Wa-Keeney Tribune haB been sold to a party who will change its politics to a democratic paper. This leaves the Re publican field there to W. S. Tilton, of the World, who is deserving of the sup port of the entire party. What the Herald calls an ordi nary whirlwind, two weeks ago Thursday, carried the roof off the being-built house of Henry Wampler, twelve miles north east of Dighton. Mr. Wampler was on the roof at work. It carried him 100 yards, broke a leg, produced concussion of the brain, and he lived but twenty four hours. He was...

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. — 5 June 1886

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