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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 25 September 1886

vyfl WHWI I I Nil wnrwyp if i inn 11,111 iiimii 1 WHWWTBWWwaiHqBlW 1.1111 iiiifl MjMlfflllWili W vSLi ? ilFIh bbbYP'' lil aaBFs. t yw jft 1mIiLvi tt' Mir. FB Mia-M- fc n i i i I Yearly Su-tosorijation., $S.OO stock inR.msrca- the basis of otjtr, inidxjstries. Single Copy 5 Cents. i EIGHTH YE AE. LOU. A. FISHER, COLLYER, KANSAS. Still on Dec witli a ComMe Stock OF THE FOLLOWING GOODS : I op OATS, OATS, OATS FOR Car Load Seed Potatoes of the following varieties : PEARL MARK POTATOES, Peerless Potatoes, Utah Rose Potatoes. GOLDEN SNOW FLAKE POTATOES. Mammoth Pearl Potatoes. CAR -OF- Corn FOR 500,000 IN STOCK. $i8.ooto $21.00. OAK POSTS. Missouri Fancy Baled Hay. BARBED WIRE. Follow the crowd when you come to town and you will surely land at the place where goods are sold cheap. LOU. A. FISHER. J. L. MILLER, . Attorney-at-Law. MILLER SUCCESSORS TO BENNETT & SMITH, REAL ESTATE AGENTS -AND- Xj-AJSTD ATTOR1TE3YS. Send for a copy of their Sectional Map containing Synopsis of the Land La...

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. — 25 September 1886

rfffipljpp ff "WESTERNKAS, WORLD. OFFICIAL PIPES OF TREGO COUITY. W. S. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, September 25, 1886. For President-Elect in 1888, General Jolin A.. Logan OP ILLINOIS. BEPTJBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Associate Justice, D. M. VALENTINE, of Shawnee. For Governor, JOHN A. MARTIN, o Atcliison. For Lieutenant Governor, A. P. RIDDLE, of Ottawa. For Secretary of State, E. B. ALLEN, of Sedgwick. For Treasurer of State, J. W. HAMILTON, of Sumner. For Auditor of State, TIMOTHY MCCARTHY, of Pawnee. For Attorney General, S. B. BRADFORD, of Osage. For SupL of Public Instruction, J. H. LAWHEAD, of Bourbon. For Congressman 6th District, E. J. TUTiKEIt, u Bhcridan. For Judge 23d Judicial District, S.J. OSBORN, of Trego. County Republican Ticket. .For Representative W. S. TILTON. 'For County Attorney A.J.HARLAN. For Probato Judge F. H. CONGER. For Supt Public Instruction A. B. BAKER. For Clerk Diatrict Court A. H. BLAIR. Tor Commissioner 3rd District.. . R. G. KESSLER. COMMITTEE MEETIN...

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. — 25 September 1886

y-st mmw4 .sw -Vs5 "em- s&T -sxr V TlTf--' m- BE.1 TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. COLLYEB, CAWINGS. U. F. BjUXBOAD TIMS TABIX, XABT 'WZST YutMail 6.37 am 8.56pm Dy Passenger 1.38 pm 1.38 pm Trelht 340PM 11:25am PaMenge allowed by permit Collyeb, Tbego Co., Sept. 22. Dusty. A new disease. Manitoba waves. A touch, of winter. A good rain wanted. Sowing winter wheat. Many enervated by malaria. Price of cattle 'way down. Haying and harvesting continue. Home-raised barley in the market. Plenty of seed wheat, but none for feed. Our people rejoice over Trego's display at Bismarck, and wish they had sent more. Collyer friends report a very pleasant and enjoyable quarterly meeting at Ban ner last Sunday. To Exchange. Wheat, corn and rye will be taken in exchange for fresh beef, at Blackwell'B mill, Collyer. 392-tf Car-loads of lumber have recently been received by our merchants, and the same quantities of coal will soon arrive. Four car-loads of catt...

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. — 25 September 1886

m ! 13 J hi i ti KH it ' ItiUfi mmW&m. Think of the Soldier. We were sitting around tie table just a night or two ago, In tLo cozy little parlor, with the lamp light burning low. And the window blinds vrero open for the cum mer air to come, And the painted curtains moving like a busy pendulum. Oh! the cushions on the sofa, and the pictures on the wall, And tho gathering of comforts in the old famil iarhall, And the whining of the pointer, lounging idly by the door. And the flitting of the shadows from tho ceil ing to the floor. And they wakened in my spirit, like the beautiful mart. Such a busy, busy thinking, such a dreariness of heart, That I sat amid the shadows with my spirita all abtray, Thinking only, thinking only of tho soldiers far awaj. Of the tents beneath the moonlight, of the stir ring tattoo's sound, Of the soldier in his blanket, in his blanket on the ground; Of the icy winter comiug, of the cold bleak winds that blow, And the soldier in his blanket, in his blanke...

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. — 25 September 1886

m$&ww&?tf itf&mr' w feff H&i" s$ PWm; s, to. Ik " ic ifk i r 'v .- X .i' rj. s V r M .. ? . t' , iSftl te . BOBS aggregate of onr municipal indebted ness, then aggregating nearly $16,000,000, and now, perhaps, nearly $20,000,000. I Ued the fact that while our state debt was very small, the debts of its local sub-divisions were enormous, and I earnestly urged the passage of a law limiting and restricting the debt creating and tax levying authority of counties, cities, townships and school dis tricts, to the end that the tax burdens of the people might be reduced. Second I urged a thorough revision of 'our laws touching the assessment and equalization of taxes, so as to secure, if pos sible, uniform values, and a material reduc tion of the percentage of taxation. Third I recommended reforms in our laws for the disposition of school lands, call ing attention to the defects and shameful abuses of our present system, and urging that stringent legislation should be adopted...

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. — 25 September 1886

mfmm -& jm&sis ra: ! &, h-f f1 : i i i IMS I i HAPPY HOLLOW HAPPENINGS South Graham Count?, Sept. 22. Ilcalth good general'. Mr. A. A. Unrugh ja quite sick. L. O. Cook has a fine well of water on his farm. Mrs. M. J. Shinn proved up on her pre-emption last Saturday. ' Mr. VanDyke and family left laBt Tuesday for Ottawa county. Messrs. Buggies and Taylor are both building a large stone barn. W. H. Somerville recently purchased fcix head of steera from B. E. Grim. The Unruh and Wallace threshing ma chine started out again on Monday, Farmers are very much rushed with haying lest wet weather should set in. Sunday school in the Wilson district will bo re-opened on Sunday next, at 9:30 A. M. Miss Beckie Walker has so fur recov ered from her illness as to bo able to be at home. Party at J. B. Walker's, on the Saline, Wednesday evening, Sept. 22. All antic ipate a good time. Preaching next Sunday nt Happy Hol low school house by Kov. T. W. Miller. All are invited to attend. Miss...

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. — 2 October 1886

sEiAJZbTjrz: STJBSCTanzpnriOK-, $2.00. EIGHTH YEAR. NATIONAL FORESTRY CON GRESS. The National Forestry Congress, whose sessions for the present year were held in Denver, Col., Sept. 14 to 17, was com posed of working men. The papers and discussions covered a wide scope. Prof. Budd, of the Iowa Agricultural College, Ames, Iowa, gave a graphic -description of the preparations for growing forests in northeastern Europe and eight hundred miles on into Asia; how, by the action of the government, the steppes of Siberia, with tho modicum of rainfall which they have had, are actually being timbered by the foresting of large tracts of land; that before permanent trees are planted in that ground, tho ground is Hret placed in thorough condition by being plowed deep and pulverized, and then planted to temporary timber with low spreading branches which shade th'e .ground and" assist it in retaining the moisture it receives. Prof. Budd said it was not necessary to go to Europe for examples of how...

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. — 2 October 1886

'wwst wmmmw M- " fi I E I THE NEWS IN BRIEF. AT HOME AXD ABBOAD. Terrible storms are reported in Michigan Thomas Brady, of star route fame, is writ ing a book. The Bock Island general offioes are to be located in Topeka. The new opera house in Dallas, Tex., has been condemned as unsafe. The New York democrats have decided not to hold a state convention this falL Tbe republican Ftate convention of Min nesota, nominated McGill for governor. Three prisoners sawed their way out of the Warrenebnrg (Mo.) jail with a file and case cnife. The democrats of Ford connty have nominated Col. T. S. Jones for represtnta ave. The Rt. Rev. J. F. Shanahan, bishop of the Roman Catholic diocease of Harrisburg, is dead. The third district democratic convention nominated Hon. E. J. Gay for re-election to eongress. - ' The Sovereign Grand Lodge I. O. O. F., held in Boston, Mass., the past week, has adjourned. The resignation of Prof. William Ferrol, meterologist of the signal service, has been tooepted. G...

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. — 2 October 1886

psrw&ft 5& '& jm'wmfmmr Q feJ r n Yeq.riy nnhgnriptlon Sfeg.OO stock vAttumxca- rrsna basis o:ep qtj"r. nsrpxjsrrag.iBS. Single CoPy S Cents. EIGHTH YEAR. WA-KEENEY, KANSAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1886. NUMBER 32. LOU. A. FISHER, COLLYER, KANSAS. Still on Deck witb a Comglete StocK OF THE FOLLOWING GOODS t I I I CXAJRLCXajD -OF- OATS, OATS, OATS FOR SEED. Car Load Seed Potatoes of the following varieties : PEARL MARK POTATOES, Peerless Potatoes, Utah Rose Potatoes. GOLDEN SNOW FLAKE POTATOES. Mammoth Pearl Potatoes. CAR LOAD l OF r Coir, IN" FOR SEED. 500,000 FEET OF T IN STOCK. $18.00 to $21.00. OAK POSTS. Missouri Fancy Baled Hay. BARBED WIRE. 1 1 1 1 1 Follow the crowd when you come to town and you will surely land at the place where goods are sold cheap. LOU. A. FISHER. J. L. MILLER, Attorney-at-Law. M.W. McCOY, Notary Public. MILLER & McCOY, SUCCESSORS TO BENNETT & SMITH, SEAL ESTATE AGENTS -AND- I-tAJSTD -A.TTOPUSTE'YS. Send for a copy of their Sectional Map ...

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. — 2 October 1886

LWJP - :sfsjSw?i'TrT;-4i.' -?-svrc , -KAVJ T - sv f "'- $?jtf 2j fi 'I 1 WESTERN KAS. WORLD. OFFICIAL PAPER OF TREGO COUNTY. V. S. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, October 2, 188G. For President-Elect in 1888, General Jolixi .A.. Logan OF ILLINOIS. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Associate Justice, D. M. VALENTINE, of Shawnee. For Governor, JOHN A. MARTIN, of Atchison. For Lieutenant Governor, A P. KIDDLE, of Ottawa. For Secretary of State, E. B. ALLEN, of Sedgwick. For Treasurer of State, J. W. HAMILTON, of Sumner. ; For Auditor of State, TIMOTHY MCCARTHY, of Pawnee. For Attorney General, S. B. BRADFORD, of Osage. For Supt. of Public Instruction, J. H. LAWHEAD, of Bourbon. For Congressman 6th District, E. J. TURNER, of Sheridan. For Judge 23d Judicial District, S. J. OSBORN, of Trego. County Republican Ticket. Tor Representative W. S. TILTON. For County Attorney A. J. HAIiLAN. For Probate Judfjo F. II. CONGER. For Supt. Public Instruction A. B. BAKER Tor Clerk District Court A. II. BLAIR. Fo...

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. — 2 October 1886

UR RS ;. P 't & $f?J 1H ag53Sa tPSSP COLLYEE CAWINGS. ColIiTEB, Trego Co., Sept 29. Changes. A Land seekers. Waiting for rain. Colds now in order. More business houses being erected. Plenty of rock from 50 to 65 feet below the surface. Warm winds and cold winds, north winds and south winds. Wm. Bower is giving good satisfaction as the teacher of the school near Big Creek. A heavy frost Monday night brought to a close the growth of most'garden Tegetables. Mrs. C. Snyder, of Ellis, spent a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Richards. G. W. Blackwoll has succeeded in pur chasing some good wheat, and is now making choice graham flour. The .grass is ripe for prairie fires now, and the smoke of some has been Been in different directions this week. Another candidate drops from the township Republican ticket. C. A. Sperry positively declines to run for constable. Another game of base ball was played by the Banner and Collyer clubs in town InBt Saturday. The Banner boys were d...

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. — 2 October 1886

IM 'Si-w "' 5A m I i Dream Oa. Dreaming, maiden? Of what? A future fair. Unshadowed by the grim faced spector. Care, And 'thont an thorns 'mid the rosea to tev Your delicate fleah? Are yon dreaming of rings and jewel'd bands, Of flowers called by a dear lover's hands, Of a knight with gold and houses and lands, Woyen in love's mesh? Of how, in hi6 home, grandly you'll reign, Ann queun of his heart eTer remain, With nothing 'x win and nothing to gain All, all being won? O well, dream on! there willcomo a day When dreams, however fanciful, will not weigh Against life's truest meaning, nor pay For castles began. Dream, on! while the blush on your cheek is red As the bloom of the bow above j oar head; Tim9 sliall bo when a faded tint, instead. In its place will stay. Kre gone from your dajs is youth's mystic tune, And the tide of your years reaches its noon. Ah! the time for work will beckon soon, So dream while yon may. A BROKEN HEART. Down in the heart of Kent that most beautiful of E...

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. — 2 October 1886

li-i.BB j WWf"-iSx$iii Sslfe frWMm &&& f-SP kS ft f5f at I R! KF iftk h 1 4 i&r- r Ifr EUV sK. C IT t- s" Charleston and the Lost Atlantis. Until the reoent volcanic outbreuks in the Atlantic coast, very few people were J aware that Charleston ana its narDore, and sounds, were catacombed with fis sures, caves, and rock that proved clear ly the earth in that vicinity had been the scene of volcanic disturbance at some :.?. Vat 1t fof tVlQ flit UTlfl & its surronndings slumbered as it were eJ ntxm a bed of fire which was liable to break forth at any time. The assurance of scientific men that the Atlantic may at any time sweep over the unfortunate city, brags vividly to mind the story, long regarded by many as a myth, of the last Atlantis, but comparative philology lends its aid to substantiate the fact that such an island really existed. The inhabitants of Venezuela and of ftmnea retained traditions of a convul sion which swallowed up a vast country in the region no...

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. — 2 October 1886

pfp WmMm ? - T Vfc..$? -, i. i.4ZK$i& rarc'w -; "K ! iV'i Concluded from First Page. Frank E. Brown, California; Joseph Davis, A. E. Beardsley, Trinidad, Colo.; Theodore Boggs, Kansas; Blair Benvell, Durango; G. Benkleman, F. O'Brien, W. !N. Byers, David Brothers, Depver; G. J. Carpenter, Nebraska; "W. .S. Tilton, Kansas; J. H. Martin, Nebraska; B. H. Eaton, Colorado; Martin Allen, Kansas The same committee also reported a resolution making secretaries of state forestry associations annual members without the payment of dues. The report and resolution were adopted. electing orncEus. The committee on nominations, by Mr. Bock, chairman, reported the following names: President G. W.Minier, Illinois, Vice presidents H. G. Jbly, Quebec, Canada; Martin Allen, Kansas; G. H. Parsons, Colorado; B. H. Warder, Ohio; Abbott Kinney, California. Eecording secretary E. T. Ensign, Colorado Springs, Colo. Corresponding secretary B. E. Fer now, Washington. D. C. Treasurer, Leo Weltz, Ohio. The fo...

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. — 9 October 1886

"WP M?r - ? v J"t fa- " " v i'V.2'';'j "' j y- . wjrsTLvy 4: 'a HBBSSHfeffitPHfEBHH t . AJd JT .jr. BBISISISISk r , 1 easBBBSBSsV vSfti -H fsMfeA'Xl til ' il yplafcw-JpMWBri .- ,' 'rBailMfiiwB'Sf'gfc IIII 1111(111 illl lliiillBisisHKi - BMssisasasasasasaT- ' -jLcjjMiil tea ' vT ITE-AJRIiTT STTIBSCIEaiDPTIOIlT, $2.00. stock: zf-ajrmhsto- the basis of otdtb iasrcTrsT:Ri:Es. SI23a-XE COPT, 5 OJttXTTS. fir TJIGHTH YEAB. Hats has a brick yard, too. The Gove county Republican con vention ifl to be held at Grinnell to-day. The election for the location ,qf the permanent county seat of (jtove coun ty will be held on October 19. Judge W. H. Pratt was chair man of the Phillips county Republican convention, which, two weeks ago to-day, placed in nomination a county ticket. Hon. W. H. McBride was renominated for representative. Colonel Yard has assumed com mand at Fort Hays. Jim Blaine's son-in-law, Colonel Coppinger, has been in command there. We have not noticed to what point he has been orde...

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. — 9 October 1886

PfP ,- .. &. 'SS'TSELP B"5c . i1 , 5"V vtVse!sS - ir-5.-ie'i J&jr? a'.'SJS.s-SLaiaf ri3Gi.J,H&.JS:4J&4iS:-a. -. ?a vT-V - r&toSI.V m . '-&' V' jrf -5&ts AlM J2E m k i I; y & if" ;'"& y ? " & -.urV 4p ?R. 1 &? - T? : : -Si vs& iii THE NEWS IN BRIEF. AT HOKE AND ABROAD. The president commissioned Frank T. TTBCh to be poBimssier bi jjeevenwonu. Tbe national council of the TJnited Order of American mecnanics me m dsuuiuvic, ltd.. Two of the Junotion City whisky cases hare been tried and a virdict of guilty, was rendered. The diseased Summit county. O., cattle had "anthrax," .not pleu-pneumonia nor ffexas fever. East Taws, Mich., reports a heavy frost Tuesday night, which damaged what garden truck it could reach. Three churches in Montreal, Canada, were robbed of sacramental plate, part of which was found in a pawn-shop. The- New "York produce exchange postof- floe wis robbed of $2,500 by some one fa- Biilar witn tne comDinanon. John F. And...

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. — 9 October 1886

pj)wiBits o-t-.vsEsya!!? jst J? "FM? w t rf-jstf ? :"" mil ill ii in nun i ii ii i i l&ffitesaswsa ''wM- V5gjjp'i-v, -; 'firx -afvv-rs-Arfjarz. -vv.. -" w 'JiStgv-V- .-&- V rsres f" fwm sR& R ' rifiirfPil. L'AMS'AC iTVfU?i)r v IE&k,!. I BfsW "" f ,j H? assssssESKswJSw ""'""- --yy77PWW777?77Ty7777'7y - -BssssBBBTrJ? jUr rJ tltMi" - mmcst-"!1? 1,. V j J f V'mL'sLbbbIsbsssssIsbbbF3'"" "" ft? SAc-Sf''ftiSSt ri $ ? ' If H m rl Mir ft lsr r-i flv 'If 'V Yeaxly Subscription EIGHTH YEAR. LOU. A. FISHER, COLLYER, KANSAS. Still on Deet wlUi a Complete Stocx OF THE FOLLOWING GOODS : I O-A-IR. OATS, OATS, OATS FOR Car Load Seed Potatoes of the following varieties : PEARL MARK POTATOES, Peerless Potatoes, Utah Rose Potatoes. GOLDEN SNOW FLAKE POTATOES. Mammoth Pearl Potatoes. CAR Corn FOR 500,000 IN STOCK. OAK POSTS. Missouri Fancy Baled Hay. BARBED WIRE. Follow tlie crowd when you come to town and yon will surely land at the place where goods are sold cheap. LOU. A. FISHER. J. L...

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. — 9 October 1886

jgH? Fi.Sfl P1 ft !tt,ia,:-sv zmwv &t3? ' ' vo" r v i tjT 5 . , , ; - rjiri l& c! IT , 4v.-.r. - x ' 7 ,-5 ,"' '" ' VjjjS3'"-N.'SKi?&?iitet.,S4:., t; -" & $ ' -v 'K1- fc " ' r , T'i?3 'imfe.kss tfSTSS'tf As " -,,,- ? ji W ' " V' '"i. &3k&tf&!S&v. . .i j - ;- Pjfc F f- iA I- i h & V, m "Uter WM Wl- & i&- -k tf J a K&v -v WSTEBN tls" OfTIGIiL FAFEB Of TMgQ COUITT. W.8.TILT0H. - - , . .Tifl; SATURDAY, Octobee 9,' 1886. ? -tJ?,"ueiii-.caeciin 1BBH, . Hfi Jolm sl. Logan JiOF ILLINOIS. irpS TICKET. Kk . J fo;"v 4BMM BEPUBLICAN b- For Associate Justice, D. M. VALENTINE, of Shawnee. For Governor, . JOHN A. MABTIN, oJ Atchison. For Lieutenant Governor, A. P. EIDDLE, of Ottawa. For Secretary of State, 33. B. ALLEN, of Sedgwick. For Treasurer of State, J. W. HAMILTON, of SumD., For Auditor of Stat TIMOTHY MCCARTHY, of Pawnee. For Attorney General, S. B. BRADFORD, of Osage. For Supt & Pnblic Instruction, J. H. LWHEAD, of Bourbon. 3Por Congress...

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. — 9 October 1886

P'M I MM' ! H II ' "I "I" !!! 'MWWIl I' IMWIHIIIHH I "HI I mwwwmmmmfmm TgW , 3SRSW!S53W i I-- -T K J" TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. COLLYER CAWINGS. tJ. P. SULEOAD TIHZ TABLK. KA8T WJCUT PastMall 657ast 9.56pm Pay Passenger 1.38pm 1.38 pm Freight 3Opm 11:23aic pMSsengera allowed by permit. Colisyeb, Tbego Co., Oct. 6. Drug store 'wanted. Carpenters' "harvest. The grass -well cured. A good physician needed. -- None too dry for cattle men. An enthusiastic literary gathering. Cemetery meeting postponed a week. The political kettle has not even com menced to simmer in this locality. Inquiring after' the health of the few sick ones is now the first greeting. The Grand Army boys met last Satur day and proposed a "camp fire" for the near future. J. T. Petty and wife, of Wyanet, HL, are visiting in Collyer looking after his land interests. Ed. H. Philippi and family are expect ed here this week to visit Mrs. Philippi's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Nort...

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. — 9 October 1886

BRBeJ t ?&rn r-g- !v?S2P5teS ff.Prr "w s A& S9 -1 P8, i f. JU c. X r; l?-wi JACK'S HALF-HOLIDAT. The boys looked at each other "with gna of delight when Mr. Bradley an sownced that he had just received a tele gram informing him of the dangerous aflness of his mother; that he must go to Walford immediately, and that there -would be no school "in the afternoon. Xfcey did not grin because Mr. Bradley's yifnauxT was dangerously ill, but because, feeing boys, this fact was wholly lost to tmw in prospect of a half-holiday. George Bayburn, usually sedate and dignified, condescended to look up from the absorbing pages of his TirgS. John Usrnee uttered an exclamation of delight hat was brought to a consciousness of :Mi ill-timed expression by a reproachful Jook from the teacher that made him Hash with embarrassment. It also ahecked a subdued whistle from Jack Browning. The first thought that Jwbed into his mind was that the long anticipated excursion to Indian Ford, -which he and the...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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