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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 13 November 1886

W f-1 r .'j.r CS: nUWL- ".VJf , -?pa . wsms&sBsssm -W -Hrvtpr?- ST- W1 ,?-y 3 J- srSUr? . . - fi5 -CN ft" rk i K " $. WESTERN KAS. WOELD. OFFICIAL PAPER OF TREGO COUHTY. W. S. T1LTON, .Editor: Saturday, November 13, 1886. For President-Elect in 1888, General v Jolin Jl. Logan OF ILLINOIS. TO SOBSORIEERS. It is our aim to beuuie Between this and Jan. I, 1887, A settlement with every -one who is in debted at the World, office on subscrip tion. Those who recognize the relation are requested earnestly to lose no time in call ing on us or writing to ascertain the amount of indebtedness, and investiga ting our club Ling offers for the coming year. Those who shall not have attended to this by the first of December "WILL BE SENT A STATEMENT OP AC COUNT. Our readers are prosperous. TVe are in urgent need of money. We wish to make all these collections without tho employment of a profesional collector. The settlements can thus be made with mutual pleasure and profit to all con cerned. We ...

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 November 1886

roW9 X iSKgKK2a . .r' -S-iRK ' Jfttm' Jte ' v, iffv ?aE&S:agMBBMWg&i!MKaWgMWHCTBBB&aggWgMl JMgBPMSliiMBBMaBWaWMBMIMMBMKniMWiHBMWSMMiMMIBBMagMiMWMiM npIVjf v ;: ru - , .. -.:- v ?5f. ,H, ppmmhijiz. -r 1 1--'??prayii 4ft" -' iF "fr v s , "- - . - TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS, Served up by tne "World's" Rustling : Reoorters. V. T. 2AILBOAD THIS TABLE. EAST WEST TMtMail .. 637am 956pm Day Passenger 1:38pm 138pm Jxelght .?. 3:10pm 1135am passengers allowed by permit ColiiTeb, Tbego Co., Nov. 10. Painting. Another priest. Some sad farewells. A new post-office building'. The first sdow flakes of the season. A few snow flakes played in the air this morning. J. H. Siebert will exchange all kinds of meat for butter and eggs; 399-tf L. LeBron suffered a short illness this week, but is able to be about again. Mrs. J. D. Colby took the west-bound train Monday for Denver, where she will Tisit relatives. Portions of the "Webster range and Wm. AJ orris's homestead were burned over by Wednesday...

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 November 1886

M$?s SsSW t?5ai h 1 tiwsm ffifitei !-. ?KsS St ct- ? i?c .. iTii IffF- vjr- -ft'-.'v ".!' 'k i El THE NEWS IN BRIEF. HOME AT ABROAD. In a eend-pit at Sranton, Pa., four chil dren were t mothered to death. B. F. Ferrirgton, a merchant of Detroit, was iatally injured by tailing down a hatch way. By the explosion of a boiler in a cotton factory at Charleston a colored fireman was literally boiled in steam. F. M. Wilson, the wife murderer of Anna; EL, was refused a trial by the supreme eourt, and "will be banged. The president has appointed George W. Baxter, of Cheyenne, Wyoming, governor, vice VY. E. Warren suspended. Duncan D. Garceloe, a grain dealer of Chicago has affipned. His liabilities are placed at $70,0C0; auEets, $17,0CO. Bfeaker Carlisle, who had SCO majority in the citj of Covington two years pgo, fell 1,000 behind, owirjg to a poetoffice fight. Michael Davitt, in an inteiviewin Chica- go, expressed satisftction at the defeat of Henry George for mayor in New York. Francis M...

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 November 1886

is A ;js. &! 7 r tf SK i H ; OP L Tig ; . t MM riJ" s"cr3SCax,xor, EIGHTH YEAR. i - TO 31SCR1S! It is our aim to secure Between -this and Jan. !, 1887, A settlement with every one who is in debted at the World office on subscrip tion. Those who recognize the relation are requested earnestly to lose no time in call ing on us or writing to ascertain the amount of indebtedness, and investiga ting our clubbing offers for the coming year. Those who shall not have attended to this by the first of December WILL BE SENT A STATEMENT OF AC COUNT. Our readers are prosperous. We are in urgent need of money. We wish to make all these collections without the employment of a profesional collector. The settlements can thus be made with mutual pleasure and profit to all cerned. con- Ellsworth county, the home of Gile, gave Turner 32G majority. The" Register calls the fatal row at Wallace, between Stevens and Mc Daniel, a duel. Norton coujnty reports 1.201,570 bushels of corn, and 195,i97 bushels...

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 November 1886

sy -a X v f v-,. t? "- &&&ttVr?F2b. m& ,-: Ww - s. r - J s &' m.',,-V-..-' 5T 1 ": ' J y -.--a. o-'s V b THE HEWS IK BRIEF. Bev. Archibald Alexander Hodge, D. D. L.L. D.t professor of didactic and polemic theology at Princeton college, is dead. The National Grange Patrons of Husbacd ry met in Philadelphia, Pa., and organized. .Twenty-four states were represented. Francis McGabe, one of the indicted alder men of New York, has been declared insane, the result of an injury to his head received ?me time ago. The annual convention of the national butter, cbeeee and epe aEFOciation was held in Pittsburg. Pa. About 600 leading dairy men were in attendance. The official count in the Seventh congress ional district of South Carolina, gives the flection to William Elliott, democrat over imalls, (colored) republican. Cutting is in El Papo concerting a soheme to enlist 10,000 men to invade Mexico for the puiTCFe of lorqimn e t e tbiee state of (liihupltfi. Fctcia, trd Euratg...

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 November 1886

Ka& " ....'.. v- -WIMilfWillM Jlfc. 9 Jy JAY iHl'Wkl'Uli II mrUm . aWaiaaMt v aVa? k----'v-T. -?3.v $ -c- - --' 'v., Et-'.-r:-.. .afWanM'l lavlle Ml liamViifc ! fLAX I H kvffln ' - -BalC a? a? M:ar.amV .- -''' -.laMfaMLv. v-jfc.a '&(&. J 'Tv.T .vV&j Yearly Subscription $2.CO. STOCK CTAX&affXCTGt TKCB BASIS OB1 OTJR, INDUSTRIES. Single Copy s Cexits. ' -, '.' v. 4i nf 3" V.-aBKBI HV H H k. -k. - H H 'VH'H. . B H B aH v BBl V1 II l AV .BUklBX -F .V. m V V B H J.H V B H-V.S. ... j .; !.- V ' -rrki iinufiv Kkiiinvv, niv Kzss&n&n, mmffaini.i bi urmv il', " " " iii mi - . " rfer.fc. 5'.i yi-1Jr ssLT Pfr, &- it- u EIGHTH YEAR. WA-KEENEY, KANSAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1886. NUMBER 39. k: FOR BARGAINS GO TO 7 TL. B S He Keeps Constantly on Hand the Best of Everything in GROCERIES i DRY GOODS, AND SELLS THEM AT BOTTOM IPFtlOES. WA-KEEM MEAT MARKET. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. COLOGill SAUSAGE & PRESSED COM BEEF A SPECIALTY. THE TRrAJDB STJFFIjIEID. 1 GS. WILL AL...

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 November 1886

.:-r f.:ef '! rv L.VfcSS TV.i2A - WESTERN EM WOBED. OFFICIAL PAPE1 Of TlttO COIITI. W. 8. TILTON, - Ediio r. Satuedat, November 20, 1886. For President-Elect in 1888, General Jolua A. Xiogauzx OP ILLINOIS. TO SUBSCRIBERS, It is onr aim to secure Between this and Jan. I, 1887, A settlement with every one vrbo is in debted at the World office onstibscrip tion. Those 'who recognize, the .relation are requested earnestly to lose no time in call ing pn us or writing to ascertain the amotmt of indebtedness, and investiga ting our clubbing offers for the coming year. Those who shall not have attended to this by the firet of December WILL BE SENT A STATEMENT OF AC COUNT. Our readers are prosperous. We are in urgent need of money. We wish to make all thesev collections without the employment of a profesional collector. The settlements can thus be' made "with mutual pleasure and profit to all con cerned. There has, observes the Ness City Sentinel of the 6 inst., been fire within sight of Ness...

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 November 1886

x&m&'$&Rms f Lv . rj l s tw V y b jv is' BBBlB? LbeIb Br Hir WSf I TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. U. T. B1ILEOAD TIME TABLZ. FwlMail 657am Day Pfeiiffer 158pm WE8T 9.56 PM 158 pm 1125 am freight 340pm lraibengers allowed by permit. ColiiYeb, Trego Co., Nov. 17. Wintry. Drug stores. Two blizzards. Pleasant camp fire. First blockaded train. Where is the mild winter? Very penetrating wind and snow. J. N. Mills, Dr. Teague and son started Friday for the east. Town streets were muddy Saturday the first time for many weeks. J. H. Siebert will exchange all kinds of meat for butter and eggs. 399-tf Heavy colds are in order, as the the effects of sudden changes of weather. Did the oldest inhabitant ever ex perience such a storm at this season of the year? The hard wind of Tuesday night blew over G. W. Kessler's windmill, and dam aged it much. Wm. Hastings, of Clay Center, reached Colljer Friday evening in time to join the circle around the c...

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 November 1886

mmm s&mm 3 "'Iffww v,' sf5gTJ- - m? S tdi jr ixiKS.TjMriKS5J-lr -2pss "sw-iMrttcOTs3sea -ii , wt t "1 ,.- " - r -jx;' Wr- .? V - "aT-a B',- -? syije-rt..?t '" 3rrrr''K-",-'TW-.K& - 3&rrmm&tKX&VttBFlE&; ' "" "-JrT5?iKMmB A. FOLDED LEAF. J. E. PAUTON. -SLfolded page, old, 6tained, and blurred, I found vri'tun. your book lost oight. lEdid not read the dim dark word Lexxr in the Blow-waning Jight; -So pat it baolc, and left it there, &s ttt in truth I did not care. " Ah! ire have all a folded leaf That ia Time's book of long ago i "We loare: a half-relief Fill- on us when we hide it 80. TJfe Cold it down, then turn away And. who may read that p3go to-day? 3I folded leaf! how bine eyes gleam And blot the dark-brown eyes I see; -And golden carls at evening beam Above the black locks at my knee! ime! that leaf is folded down. And aye for me the locks are brown. "And yet I love thorn who sit by, 3Cy best and dearest dearest now. 23u!F may not know for what I sigh...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 20 November 1886

SjSTS&s 6" T 33S - awjMr SrsKtfR SM a. . "" -IE. JT- l&l r . iff it Kfc IS- i S: 0-F -? . w a4 fe? - 't Str&iu ssd externa) injuries are the chief causes of weak ankles and joints. By the free use of Salvation Oil a care mil be ef fected in a short time. The Great Historian. Gteorge Bancroft has just returned to Washington," eaya the Washington correspondent of the Cleveland Leader. "I saw him on horseback yesterday. He was coming in from a ride at just the time the churches had finished their morning service. Bancroft wore a suit of black, and his white locks were crown ed with a cap which had a large Yisor covering thtf eyes. The top of the cap was flat and it sat close down upon the head of the old historian. Mr. Bancroft leaned to the side as he rode, and he ap peared very tired, though he would probably ecora this insinuation, George Bancroft is now 86 years of age. His form is thin and every atom of it is tough as a piece of curled walnut. By continu ous exercise a...

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 November 1886

TWSS !( vi ' it- -s p .k "OS jr; 'AV CTK1J 1L vtraBi f-cir" -& 5F '.$txz&gx&'?,ir i J"r!S?r, - .c ,' Ar ffh,. r 's-s- S- -.K-J-rt "3 -."vy--. - , - They Bring Kindness. As we passed it in the blizzard, With the wind from a to izzard, The thought bounced on us truly, The storms bring kindness surely. The summer scents at the Oakes House had faded. And the passer-by was no longer jaded By holding his breath for a quarter of a mile To lre?p from being sent by malaria on a funeral pile. "W. S. Harrison is elevating his meat market slightly, and building an addition to it. Bricklaying has been suspended a good portion of the week on account of the cold weather. Sam A. Smith was at Wa-Keeney, this week, attending to some litigated land cases. JVcss City Sentinel, ij. T. N. Dyer is building himself a neat residence in the North Addition, near Dr. Wilcox's. He bought the ground of the doctor. Aldrin Bros, have a new clerk at their store in the person of Mr. Cox, who had been ass...

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. — 20 November 1886

V EIGHTH TEAR. A Seeming Favorite of His. Greeloy County Tribune. "Wait till the clouds roll by, Jennie," is said to be one of Cleveland's favorite songs. A young lady not far from here thinks that song must be somewhat of a favorite also with the Eegister of the Land Office at Wa-Keonev. A Broken Shoulder. Mr. E. L. Gay, of Alamota, Lane coun ty, was a Wednesday caller. On bing enquired of as to why his right arm was in a sling, he explained thus: A few days before, he was hauling stock feed on his ranch. In driving over a manure pile in his stock yard, the jolting caused the wagon seat fasteners to be loosed from the side of the bed, and he and the seat were plunged from the wagon in sufficient haste to break Mr. Gay's shoulder bone. He has spent his share of time on the tented field, and nev er backs out for trifles. Otherwise, he perhaps would not have been up here in the blizzard with such an affliction as that broken shoulder. Terrible Accident. Hays City Times, 13. As George ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 20 November 1886

MHWVr y i . - --SV- - - fr. t- V !- "r "" !" -"I ' T v " r.-dL3SiWB" ? SJ ' . - " - TTZ , ' K" V fKV V"T :.-,- . WSi T "f "V . T J T, &v3sS . inn i.ii .lill. mi i ! iri-?Tiiitriiwni - A ?- , it I 1 i ' in i . - t l 4 i' If ;ii & H P Mi : V vX . V i SV - I FA,' r- 'THE SONG OF THANKSGIVING. We're thankful for a host of things Too numerous to mention; Tor sweethearts true and hearts to woo, And all things w orth attention. jJTor all ami everything that gives Our lives so much of pleasure We offer thanks. Long may wo taste Thine" overflowing measure. OUR THAMSGIYING. The mormn; g came. It came as other had come with Thanksgiving mornings fresh, frolicking winds and sunlight, and blue skies; vnth merry voices, with cloudless faces and happy hearts. I remember just how yellow and murky the sunshine lay on the floors that morning, and. howl thought the wind wailed about the corners of the house to me it had no frolic. The children came in from playwhile I was at" work, all flushed...

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 November 1886

EE YearlySubsoripUon2.00. STOCK S'AR.MINa- IHB BASIS OP OTJTR, INlDXTSTiarBS. Single Copy S Cents. B EIGHTH YEAR WA-KEENEY, KANSAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1886. NUMBER 40. ' 1 barges go to mmm MEAT MARKET. Uin I Hiiil ITiimlll TTnvrahV l -t3fc- X J I -EJ P- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. lily. 111JJ . 11U11U11 . llllliUll m ' j' He Keeps Constantly on Hand the Best of Everything in GROCERIES i DRY GOODS, AND SELLS THEM AT BOTTOM PRICES. Bjj WILL ALWAYS PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE FOR BUTTER AND EGGS. DON'T FORGET THE PLACE: 7 BOLOGNA SAUSAGE & PRESSED CORN BEEF A SPECIALTY. the traxe sutffliTed. BEST PRICES PAID FOE CATTLE AND HOGS. W.S.HARRISON, - - . Proprietor. Land Office Blanks, LEGAL BliA-HSTKiS, AT THE- WESTERS KANSAS WORLD OFFICE. These Blanks are not equaled in Topeka in point of excellence, and ou prices are reasonable. k: -2T 3L, Jda s WA-KEENEY, KANSAS. J. L. MILLER, Attorney-at-Law. M.W. McCOY, Notary Public. MILLER & McCOY, SUCCESSORS TO BENNETT & SMITH, HEAL ESTAT...

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 November 1886

' Nj5tl v,'35&5, as --ar. : r-L?5C;JJL5,' x -!- -y j u Friend Downing, of the Hays Star Sentinel, was in town on Wednesday. J. K. Grovel's little boy is suffering j from an attack of lung fever. Wallace Nezvs so. Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Oint ment is a safe and certain cure for sore nipples, skin eruptions, scald head, tetter, piles, and all smarting, itching diseases of the skin, and is unequalled for chronic sore eyes. Sold by A. B. Jones. The meeting of the M. E. Mite soci ety at Judge Osborn's, Tuesday evening, was a pleasant affair. Headache, billious disorders and con stipation are cured by St. Patrick's Pills. They are the most pleasant and most ef fectual physic in use. Sold by A. B. Jones. W. S. McGinnis started to Stockton on Tuesday. He has business in that lo cality, which he said would require his absence from home about a week. Watch for it! The first symptom of true croup is hoarseness, and if Chamber lain's Couerh Remedy is freely cnen at once and the doses fre...

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 November 1886

Bf I et - - m JSJLttTSS: ST7BSCEIPTI03ST, $2iOO. EIGHTH TEAR. T TO SUBSCRIBE It is our aim to secure Between this and Jan. I, 1887, A settlement with every one who is in debted at the World office on subscrip tion. Those "who recognize the relation are requested earnestly to lose no time in call ing on us or writing to ascertain the amount of indebtedness, and investiga ting our clubbing offers for the coming year. Those who shall not have attended to this by the first of December WILL BE SENT A STATEMENT OF AC COUNT. Our readers are prosperous. "We are in urgent need of money. We wish to make all these collections without the employment of a profesional collector. The settlements can thus be made with mutual pleasure and profit to all con cerned. Residences seem,' after all, to he of greater importance than opera houses out at Horace, in Greeley county. At any rate, "we see it Gazcffe-ed that work men have torn out the stage and other wise remodeled Frank Cretcher's opera house for...

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 November 1886

&p ,;-: a-U-cis v 9B H SB 11 ii ii " - . i . ftlMOXJBOXJVAR. BT JOHN QVXXXUUlF WHITIIEB. This poem written by Mr. Whittier nearly half a century go, it is not included in any edi tion of hi works, and baa just appeared in print. A dirge is wailing from tho Gulf of storm-rex ed Mexico, o when through Pampas solitudes, the mighty rirer flow; The dark Sierras hear the sound, and from eaca inoontain rife. Where Andes and Cordilleras their awful sum mits lift. , Where Cotopaxi's fiery eye glares redly upon heaven. And Cnimburazo's shattered peak the upper sky has riTda From mouatto mount, from waye to ware, a wild and long lament, A sob tnat shakes like earthquakes the star tled continent! A light dies out, a life is sped the hero's at whose word ,.-,, The nations started as from sleep and girded on the sword, ... The victor of a hundred fields where blood was poured lire rain, ,.,-,,, And Freedoms loosened avalanche hurled down the nosts of Spain, The oagle soul on Junin s slope who...

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 November 1886

$$ ?. "EJi5!s'JIBsr.,!' ?" "B& rr&S& pf Tpf&v tltf A,"-3i-3'Sit.:A-I.'s: sSSSSg&3SasS? - V, f ' v. ."iij' ft:?' ?r , &. fr Ik ' fc t- Brt 9- - ? sorts' - S ft -J " 'mssssssisfce-s-jC: - '. v.u.. ' ;. " - "... &.' . .-jr". mzm:mmwrwmm?t)ji :ijh& .sjti -or? .zri - ? itir3S&&a. WOMEN 4sf rMttfoa seesUsr to tidr mx, sM fey WO N BEST STOCK AND FARM NOTE8 THE TONIC TfeJa medicine combine Iron with pare Terotabk sanies, sad is inTlubla for IMsmsm pecuhar to Warnee, and mil who lead sedastur U. It En riches aad FeriBes the Bleed, HtisaaltUes the Appetite, Strengthens the MhscIcs and Clean the complexion, and makes the ekin smooth. It does not blacken the teeth, cause headache, or produce constipation all otherJrtm mrdictnet do Mas Bxixx Theeold. Anthony, Kansas says: I haVe used Brown's Iron Bitters .for a disease peculiar to women, and haye been entirely cured. Mas Akkze Cbesweix, Atchtson, Kansas, says: "I suffered from female weakness and general 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. — 27 November 1886

SK : v-;l ' Pi K ? fe- s- '5 "xrg. k . 4 .- ' X r :', . A . 73S2K? tKBS3Sf'SS:V f vWSSsep?4: tijiL l L-j-i ijj?jj:2jLLS-.iii f--ay-W y v f&l '&- -a? 4 t f i l i i i i i j 1 1 . !.- ; i .. i ! . ii i. ', y , i i gS5"55B!Bg WESTERN EAS; WOELD. OFFICIAL PAPER OF T1E60 GOUITT. W. S. TJLTON, - - - - - - Editor. Saturday, November 27, 1886. For President-Elect in 1888, General Jolixi .A.. Logaxi OP ILLINOIS. TO SUBSCRIBERS. It is out aim to secure Between this and Jan. I, 1887, A settlement with every one who is in debted at the World office on subscrip tion. Those who recognize the relation are requested earnestly to lose no time in call ing on ns or writing to ascertain the amount of indebtedness, and investiga ting our clubbing offers for the coming year. Those who shall not have attended to this by the first of December "WILL EE SENT A STATEMENT OP AC COUNT. Our readers are prosperous. We are in urgent need of money.- We wish to make all ihese collections without the employmen...

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 November 1886

.VtSSS: wmm&s&3&8!ri '"-, l'SW .llLd &.&- . . 'fit' is?i wgr 3&vrs? ; if --f .? ' -". - aysFS; 15," ' ", N : T. , jrw . Tr t r v yjf e 9C ' rvt; rHkvvs' - - t --c-tsatfsirt-- J-'J.."-i w m i 1 1 i iimii v i mi in ni i i i m ii aim f y C5 M K &?v afo TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. -J" .Wiffftnred MP by t ''World's" Rustling tieponers. ? f 27. P. JUZL&OXD TIKE 7ASLX. S set Mall 67 a jc ay Passenger 1J8pm Freight 340pm Passengers allowed by permit. WEST 9.56 pm 1.38 rx 11:25 AM ColiiXeb, Tbego Co., Nov. 24. Losses. Thanksgiving. Continuous winds. Cattle-shed building. Another soldier at rest. Drifts said to have been seven feet liigh. Children's shoes very, very cheap, at Wheeler Bros'. 404 Prof. Case gave a dramatic and literary entertainment at the school house Mon day evening, nnder the patronage of the Union Literary society. Go to Siebert'a market for salt and smoked meats. 304 Instances of freezing are reported of persons who were obliged to be out in Jast...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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