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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 1 January 1887

t? -r ... k v " H y.,M5gsagfe -v fr' ? T- JC- . WA-KEEHEY'S H6WSES, ETC, 'Srttawte of Value of Property in f Wa-Keeney, Hot including Land or Lots. ? Value of Improvements Made Dur ing the Year 1886. Karnes of Owners of Houses and Improvements 1 t 425 425 1,200 1,200 1,200 600 1,000 250 250 1,500 230 230 750 ' 750 100 100 80 80 400 400 1,200 495 495 '900 1,000 1,500 1,500 350 350 120 120 1,000 100 150 1,000 1,000 300 300 600 300 250 300 100 300 300 100 100 250 250 150 175 175 600 125 125 200 200 5,000 5U0 55 55 1,000 1.000 70 70 400 400 800 800 25 25 600 Concluded from 8th page. W B Kritehfield. reei- dencA 900 Same on stable, wind mill and tank, Same furniture baild'g. 'Je'1 Samn on furniture . A . -IT & - DUiicung tf AJtt building, JH March & Co, bank building, L Stair, photograph building, Jos Escher, hotel building, Same on hotel and barn, Mrs J Hunter, residence, Same coal house and , fence H S Davis, feed mill, Same windmill and tower, J T Kershaw, livery barn, Same wi...

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. — 1 January 1887

'VT.RiAsrsi 45T - &. .v yfc v? $ ?" rief:- "T ;. .'.'fM ... v ifsr.-rs. .c . J - ."SwS 4W siJ 3 srgt - ;- j-v KsZi& vtU-f vS2f k 7? ( ft frffIS -- fe'-'J i rif !H Lfl V rhs; 'Jr-4 5y EJ & vJV ti V vs. & JWV 4 sat v s2& XZW YKAK'f Y, 1887. - VT.KTA K. . BBOZJHQtJI. . Vila 4Rnes chariot-wheels have rolled aroand iXYri lSfkkmsfBed axles that emit no sonnd, &a Ni-. a? T teu us of the mystery profound tfjL. fJTka mystery ofpaasingtime. & Jr IPMi gone by for aye. fjS'L f TH1 ee again the church, bells chune ' !&. "" Aad 1b thAtaM'af: nf hnav atirrinff life " " n atrirer stops a moment 'mid the strife, ri'i BW US0U UlQUIUJi (ft .-?'., t ViMs tluia maIaiIo - Bafefeein thoughts doll or sophistical, Vy the oharm of their music mystical, Tfcsee bells on a New Year's day. firaig Months have passed since last ire heard them peal, -Heaths which have brought as both of woe and weaL 1 da which were dark to np last New Year's dfiaT SCare broke to shed a radiance ou ou...

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. — 1 January 1887

V 1 H isr ft ! w K t L rv W I't -Ltmj tr -i SJ ffffflgrnEB - Y h IrMt ILWra & . u ? ? jteM J v I&Mu0tkkKlkddoetaolatdj & BowngMveto grab all tba money m peasant on crape together. I an Irkh landlord. I hava hIwrth '( a , coo, bow oo, ana will continue to do, J te aa the other landlords, fay it is as VJ- ;mpoeeible for me as tho rest of my class 2' ,to do otherwise; but that does not pre- ,iat me from acknowledging the fact in .. t ... yjmM is a wornout system, at war with a ta .Nineteenth century and somethin&r 'J .."iifohsVn'tA 1-Uk at ahu atutl.'a Tw i'.IctlandeTBry chkskenthat goes into the , pMjweiygtaii of champagnb drunk, i'"wV .uw hum usvwnvuvuDBUoO) IvXreiy rose worn at the ball, is so much qmeesed out of the misery of & peaa- (trv "CxmmVm ruvtrtJ AfaTiNSA fliin fr4h. a.- .. ...w.. vju xuu &wr- j,v irar suae is wnai u 13 was accepted wit&oat a mnrmnx, just as fendalism or ralaTery was accepted long ago in other Uxs lands. But now the scales have f...

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. — 1 January 1887

4 WniF vTf ZVu: TW- ' 'l I 'lllillM1 I' II HIM1 I T l IIIIJH ilIHllill lltfPMgBEaCilHtaiWaBBHBMMBBBMMWMi . . "-, 3"iH." :".'' vJ!i,; riiHHMBspf-saHs8??. - " " yryggwaMsT wwbjhwwjimiw,1 .iEgsaaciiii 1 1 11 iwhbbbhb -. yv ni 1 jf is. pA -tl, 1 rtj k" & M " . v - T -- a- -Ay -,?;- - s rti, - - i-?v - j; wv -.vw-. ,k .vw'rv &, r-"-- '' vz3r -- r ss.v "- j -i jrsTi . -- tL -Sfcar9J!& v 'apwrTCBMFspEi m gggaw f1 ' tEsamammammmmmmmmmmmmMmmmm I 3,A. 1&S&& &? "5S -? v - ,i 'tHM?'? : tl, ,-!!" -3 " V ,-" -,,, WjfctsSJii. 08.tr. -W-, V "V '" 'I1'"-11 JU-l. .' housed -5SfBHm afc lasfc-a fbll JiBepeJBEdSdar; - - , - ,.- - ?S? -T' .5: l: i i. fc 800 X.4&& Good -Ladies' Dressintr CsaeeMainciire " . -.- a r V ' "A&,"Ve ol 7 1 " ' -i - " z,r --"-- .i ri 1 i- v " " " - . ' L, -"7 fA-JEEKY'S HOUSES, ETC, 4 Al , ,-J j 'r Jk :-' tjUmZxnxt of Veto of Property in ' Hv s W KenM7f JTot Including ,rjfe ? ' : Band or Lots. yiW'itm H IpcoTnents Made Inr- '" - , IHK.Uie X...

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. — 1 January 1887

r AKmjui " - --!& Jf 7 -SSSCfiSKSir 4-f . - - ,- - af2BarxmmMIMmMtX&&FQi!SiGriiar''- - .r , . SH' 'ItrWSSK " ,'. ' i -wcuaSJ WslTV. a .Sassa!fe.S3rK-' 91HJti.'-3WnRm ' '- - t ss. JW, p- f t. ivO'i y 9. ,34NS WA-KEENEY'S HOUSES, ETC. JBstimate of Value of Property in Wa-Keeney, Not 'Including Land or Lots. Value of Improvements Made Dur ing the Year 1886. If ames of Owners of Houses and Improvements. 900 425 1,200 1,200 600 1,000 250 1,500 230 750 100 80 400 1,200 495 '900 1,000 JC '& torebuiidC 200 5,000 5U0 55 1,000 70 400 S00 25 COO Concluded from 8th pege.J W B Kntchfieid, reei dence Same on stable, wind mill and tank, Same furniture build'g, Same on furniture building G A R building, JH March & Co, bank building, L E Stair, photograph building, Jos Escher, hotel building, Same on hotel and barn, Mrs J Hunter, residence, Same coal house and fence H S Davis, feed mill, Same windmill and tower, J T Kershaw, livery barn, Same windmill, car riage shed, corrall, et...

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. — 8 January 1887

w mSaL' $.' rM '?& "S'E.iaXj- SITBSCBIPTIOIJ, $2.00. EIGHTH YEAB. STATE FORESTRY. A correspondent in our horticultural department, this week, refers to a matter of great importance State forestry The Kansas Farmer has presented the same subject at different times, and now we make the communication of our corres pondent a text for further observations on the subject. Trees are needed every where on the prairies; every farm ought to have a good supply of forest trees. That amounts to a great work, so great, that unless the state takes hold of the matter, it will never be accomplished, nor anything approaching it. A great many persons would set out trees if they could obtain them readily and at little expense. The state could furnish them at a cost so trifling that every land owner could afford to put one-tenth of his land into forest. A state agency could grow the trees from seed and furnish young trees by the hundred or thousand to all persons that would apply for them and pay th...

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. — 8 January 1887

"Mi'-ii"MiiiiiMi"iMMMMMMMiiiiiM"MiM"MM"Miiii"' - .-. . .VS- &. ilT4 "W$i. y 4-' & f il. '.? Wjv '-A Zi i w 43: - FA Xkj h , x r . fc r iiJK ri . A ISO'- ft I ft us 'i4Jir?2i sm-j spwr L'V. ijvirx W fc W a: . 3K-v , i?. i K& A tif J ryn jpvg "$?'? K& l4 3r 4" 1jI- vTl,3 ' J ( " L t . tA. tv ? iKk,,, 'i '3 V ,v r-9 51 Calendar for, 1887. MOW '87 M 6T7 wj 4 11 18 19)26 KtafeSfeg 25W27 PW F, 9 5! A 10 n 12 19 13 19120 23G4 26 22123124 28l29l30!31 1 Sept. 2 7 U 4 11 71 9 H3 14 15 16 19 1314 15 16 fc 21 22 23124 26 law ao2i 22! 23 B7 28 29 90 125126 27 28129, 30 to 2 9 Oct: 84 2 3 7 IB 11 15116 MM 14 1819 21 124 25 26127(28! 28 j W Not. 4 12 13ll 8 9)10! 11 16)17 ,20121 15 17 18 21te2 .24 25 &9 128129 2 9 16 N 6 5 12)13 14 15 12 19(2021122 1S19 23 26J27 2S129 26 29'30 NEWS IN BRIEF. Gladstone waa 77 Wednesday. Senator Plumb haB contributed $250 to the Logan fund. General Sberidnn will take charge of the Logan funeral proce-eion. The amount taken in the 'Frisco express ...

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. — 8 January 1887

VsWMj. ? zj &rj'WJs"-:m 'Ss'Wi . --S .it. 5-ffli tiSaE irc RS -JfcV. -.1 - . t fc, - ;ti ?? i i i. aw, rf-J i:' &, &-. A.. imw ' rjS&A k sa , .iT j.i rc....:.t..;.i.ii &a ys-jf gagg '"ftS-Q i "-j'- - ttt; "3Teeurl Sxxtosori tioziS.CO' STOCK WJR-MZNC THE BASIS OF OTJR, INIDTTSTRrffiS. Single Co y O Ownts. r V $C&& ' JBygdSBHalala " ' wMm ;h 1 EIGHTH YEAR. WA-KEENET, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1887. NUMBER 46. Z FOR BARGAINS GO TO J L. E S He Keeps Constantly on Hand the Best of Everything in GROCERIES i DRY GOODS, AND SELLS THEM AT BOTTOM PRICES. WILL ALWAYS PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE FOR BUTTER AM EGGS, DON'T FORGET THE PLACE: 7 k: 5T X-j B3 S WA-KEENEY, KANSAS. J. L. MILLER. Attorney-at-Law. M.W. McCOY, Notary Public. MILLER & McCOY, SUCCESSORS TO BENNETT & SMITH, REAL ESTATE AGENT -AND- Money to Loan on Final Receipt. r Send for a copy of their Sectional ifclap containing Synopsis of the Land Laws. Choice Bargains in City Property. Call on u...

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. — 8 January 1887

SfJ-? wws!. S5ST .iSSg 'Stx TeT jRa T24&3-Vje. m i?JsSvaN4. j y. V. .M3 "M- l s Vs .rfwi es ?iMis?sf ?Wylw '' r:& 2&-SSM i S f- i- asar. -v P&& vV -s " r &" "iy wfir t t Wr H '42 Am V. . saL l5iX. WJA urfj , i v- . . f B-irl ' ' " I i&ilS-i wmmmm tr g&lg&Sg ag-C-y .gng- a u- WESTEBF&AS. WOELD. UFFIGIAL PAPER (R? TSSSO COUNTY, ?TW. 5. 77ZT0Y, rftor. ?. jr,. .Satuedax, January. 8, 1887. ; V. TO THE PUBLIC. 1 Jn tho absence ofllie editor at Topeka this winter, oar foremarf, Jn6. X.Barrett, will have charge of tfc "Socal and Business department of the Wobu. It is onr aim that no feature of getting npa flrst class journal ehall bo neglected or plighted by our Jabsence. Sir. Barrett is not only a first-class "Hrorker and a number-one -workman, but he is famil iar with the details of tho variolic branches of work fcf this office without -which knovledge on his part Hre would be clear of entrusting to him a charge Which wo aeem eo reponible. Money pai...

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. — 8 January 1887

S 1 Vil; ?-- 3,5'-i"R- ?- A-." SJSi. C c'rrS.!,-" $ J-,',-s. . jft. isi 15 JV te ,-t " -&. sWs-afeSS'V- JZ&M&yW:? - -- - 'J .tr--s . -"w t S"SM--aa". -. '.- tH,' v. a -yr." jr i.ct- ' i. - 0 k - Sk. iK "'sW'.liii Ai " '-- -13 "-,-' ' - (Wff' --i vr a"!2I'HJsv-SIB? ir V. ,-A-aBSPaS5: &&?& 3SE8K .?JKSaAU.'i .-.. . -.Tk -- .- -.., atJf' - - - "t-R.-'i ;,. JT.?'t31tt7-. . yviSVw -. - ..-. .-". isrv J" . ,. vaejjmwiw"n, -ji' iric"siBS!wvs.r. - HjvV??-? t lr i SWv 'c TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. : Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. COLLYEB CAWHTGS. IT. P. IUJLEOAD TIME TABLE. EAST 'WEST FestMail G57iM 9.56pm Day Passenger 1:38pm 138 pm Freight... 340pm 11:25am "Passengers allowed by permit. Collyer, Tbego Co., Jan. 5, 1887. Good grazing. o A touch of cold. First January thaw. How unlike a year ago ! After the holidays then cometh rest. Winter and spring have held sweet converse this "week. Let the Eepresentatives go to the legislature instructed as to the peo...

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. — 8 January 1887

,"$ 8f f !M ...Tl. W Ut -.?S & - &Sv . 1 ?t ' '. Sot-- my ijl wjwl jhttn ;wHJsjrrirAJrKD. CS" ' r' t', ".' - $ fe.w! ' "" 1 'A DruknHH Setfc fey astasia From Pittsburg Chronicle. , j4 Hewas,belated"and was clinging con- yifiiingly for support to a lamp-post His lbnnby, iron-grey hair framed a noble " MJ brow and a face in -which thought, trouble ;n' land drink had graven deep lines.fl His 7? iiafcwas gone. As I' passed .him he lLjibuched me on the arm and said in an WT-. 1. . nn 1,nln -ma appealing tone 5 Aau juu. ucip mo 'oStr "Do yoa want a bed?" I asked. 4No. sir: much obliged." "Perhaps yon want to go home?" "I havejD.0 home," he said, in a tone "''in whioh, despite his condition, pain and .resignation were equally blended. "What can I do for you, then?" "I can't remember it." "What?" , -UJ-U-WUUD-U-,. the world." "What'fi the name of the brand?" I rejoined; "it seems to have made you Tery happy." He looked at me deprecatingly from out his large, strong eyes, which alone...

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. — 8 January 1887

' S.2 - v gr ' v ir 3 4 rj. ?S VA ffU l$l ? it ML C ' fw Bttwfc 7J.V A. is &A hi TO f? THJERX COMES A TIME. There comes a time when we grow old, And like a sunset down the sea t 81ope gradual, and the high-winds cold Comes whispering sad and chillingly; And locks are gray As winter's day, And eyes of saddest bine behold ' The leaves all seary drift away, And lips of faded coral say. There comes a time wh-n we grow old. There comes a time when joyous hearts,. Which leap as leaped the laughing main, Axe dead to all save memory, . As prisoned in his dungeon chain, 4nd dawn of day Hath passed away. The moon hath into darkness rolled. And b- the embers wan and gray, .1 hear a voice in whisper say. There comes a time when we grow old. There comes 8 time when manhood's prime Is shrouded in the mist of years, And beauty, f nding gliding like a dream, Hath passed away in silent tear : . And then how dark! But O! the spark That kindled youth to hues of gold Still bums with clear andeteady...

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. — 8 January 1887

Tc& yr mFmmmmmMmmmm s:-1 -.. -"M -J- -w s-a: m-t L TflL J'Strt. . ACWS3 ,- t, 34tt J v i: mm .. N.-tf v- X. . vt- m. v r-ii '"? d 4 vC . Sfc r ry tir ? $& R I3f m i&t t ; IW ,iV "f Hi V ?. ySlHSECOTlllfi A SETTLER, ar l & Points in a Case Whieli Should Be :xpoiecL fbk 'Condition of the AdminiMra- tion's Agent St Defamed the Generally, Settlers fl" - x? And Attended to This Special Case. lantlifi nP ir aif flare, l'a liasiniT 9H V UIUU VF. VIU BEVUeiB i" experience of the advantages to be en joyed under Democratic management of xnr pnblic lands. A, B. "Baker has a "homestead and a timber claim near Banner, in this county, and has resided , on the same for more than two years. Nbw he receives notification from the land office that both are held for cancel lation upon report of Special Agent E. L. .Thomas. The report alleges: 1st. That there are on the homestead only 5 acres under cul tivation, and a total improvement of 3100 value. 2nd. That Mr. B. never actually - res...

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. — 15 January 1887

KiS&s - " ; i 1 . , iJi - : ' ,. v P 'U- if ?E Yj K u IS' 85. s$ fc t W fr 3 S- i . 9 I'STDS-AlBXi'S" ST3;BSCiaiPTIOj5r, $2.00. EIGHTH YEAE. COMMISSIONER'S PROCEEDINGS. Wa-Keeney, Kans., Jan. 3, 1887. Commissioners met in regular session this day at 1 o'clock p. m. Present J. M. Welch, A. W. Purinton and W. P. King, commissioners, and C. A. Hoar, county clerk. Minutes of the regular meeting of Oc tober, and special meetings of November 3d, 5th, 22d, and 27th were read and ap proved. The report of Chas. H. Gibbs, county treasurer, was then read. Follow ing is the report: To the Honorable Board of County Commissioners of Trego county, Kans. The following reportjfor the quarter end ing Dec. 29, 188C, is respectfully sub mitted: BEOEIPTS. General revenue, taxes 1886 .... $27,948.01 State permanent school fund principal 1,411.00 State permanent school fund interest...., 6,228.22 Stenographers fees in court cases Delinquent taxes collected in current quarter. . i County superintendent...

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. — 15 January 1887

?i3 ?? r , 3' - 0 i ! 1 -i . Jr- yj- .f--l at.A-, --.- , - -. -. - . ; ; - - -;- t ---.---a .-. -.:--. -. - - -y - j 1 . 1 U I i rN & & ItfS IB? !" " LfK B&' ?t. S3K ':&.. 'tv- 54 v, , i ' eoTXRNOKXAKrnfs message. Pelivered at the Opening of the Twenty-, second Session of the Kansas State Ig islatnre. To the Senate and House of Repretentatives: To be elected chief executive of this great intelligent and progressive state for a sec ond term, is a dis'inguished hoBor. And I toast it is not inappropriate for me to ex press to the people of Kansas, through yon, their chosen representatives, my grateful ap preciation of their generous confidence, my profound sense of the responsibilities de volved upon me, and my earnest hope that I may, by an henest, faithful and conscien tious performance of my official duties, in some measure justify the faith they have reposed in me. The growth of Kansas, during the past two years, has been extraordinary. The cen sus of March Jst. 188...

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. — 15 January 1887

p" SsaSti 4? fc.4 v w - " t3 fe 2 J F . 5r ) 4 MK fek fe; B-SEir aw: w ?r- "5Tearl Sxxbsori Hon. $S.OO STOCK PlAlXCTCa- THE BASIS OJ OXJK. rNTDXJSTKXEJS. Sixxglo Co y S 0nt. EIGHTH YEAE. WA-KEENEY, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 1887. NUMBER 4T: FOR BARGAINS GO TO KI L, B S He Keeps Constantly on Hand the Best of Everything" in GROCERIES i DRY GOODS AND SELLS THEM AT BOTTOM PRICES. WILL ALWAYS PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE FOR BUTTER AiD EGGS, DON'T FORGET THE PLACE: k: L E3 & WA-KEENEY, KANSAS. J. L. MILLER, Attorney-at-Law. M.W. McCOY, Notary Pnblic. MILLER & McCOY, SUCCESSORS TO BENNETT & SMITH, REAL ESTATE AGENTS -AND- Money to Loan on Final Receipt. Send for a copy of their Sectional Map containing Synopsis of the Land Laws. Choice Bargains in City Property. Call on us before buying. Office in Keeney Block. Wa-Keeney ----- Kansas. WERLICH & KERSHAW, Are again in trade at their old stand and are prepared to supply veryone with Groceries, Flour, Feed, Hardware, STOT...

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. — 15 January 1887

.4' i PS25 ".-"-, tv Vy , its w PC ?. SflKP' ;... v. Sv L fSPiuCSf 3s& mr 'ii. -TJga? . TLV. """ -SEESaSEEBTr KA& WOELD. ittitiu riFEE OF TU80 COBITY. V lb-. &$h: && ' W; A. TJLTON, .-.y Editor. Saturday, January 15,1887. TO THE-PUBLIC. .' uV fP:, 2' . , !Jn the absence of the editor at Topeka this winter, ;H&r foreman, Jno. 5f.Barrett,'will hare charge of the loaal and business department of the Wobld. It is our aim that no feature of getting up a first class journal shall be neglected or slighted by our Absence., Mr. Barrett is not only a first-class worker and a number-one workman, but he is famil iar with the details of theTarioas branches of work in this office without which knowledge on his part we wokM be clear of entrusting to him a charge Which we deem so responsible. - ? Ifoney paid to him will.be credited faithfully; so that we now guarantee that no cause for complaint by the payer or the payee will occur.. Fine' job work will continue to be a spec...

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. — 15 January 1887

gsfeijKift i-i?S3v iS-"ilLeffe- 5-" "vj ";" "HBBBHRSBHHi Kv. J Ears- K S i TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Strved up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. COLLYEB CAWINGS. IT. P. SAZLSOAB TXKX TABIi. EAST ViJBFC JPMtMail 637 ah 956 pm DtyPaseemrer 1:38pm 138pm freight 3:40pm ll:25Alf era allowed by permit. re- Colmeb, Tbego Co., Jan. 12, 1887. Literary continued. Sick ones fast recovering. A petition to grant municipal suffrage to women finds rolling signers. Go to Siebert's market for salt and smoked meats. 301 Miss Maud Morgan has recently turned from a visit in eastern Kansas. Fresh pork sausage at Sieberfs mar ket, Collyer, Kans. 403-tf Hollington & Son are exclusive agents for Bock Spring and Leavenworth coal. tf Weather permitting, the installation of the new officers of the Collyer Corps will occur next Saturday, January 15. Go to Hollington & Son for Bock Spring and eastern coal. tf Miss Mary Bundy has but three weeks more to teach to complete the term of school in southeaster...

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. — 15 January 1887

s liK fojfe- P.C .. .j,. H V tr- tt ""-, V.J ' 4$ A ..? -J ' 3 - -S.T-j'S- 1ZT r 35n- JSjyp & -$. mai " "CiSSrvKJKSri : v3KV?S f v'v'- iv?vF'Ksl;3 5" "-.- iW!feS 'j . w?- 4"YV 1K? p Sffil JC. v,-US) 5 9tti, 4a I ten h ft&'i Yiir& &t amewan, employing awyin as stated an. nnelelarie, and for the purpose of deter ing eitinene of limited means from bringing aetfene against them. By taking advantage of the law's proverbial delay, by increasing the 0O3t of litigation, by subjecting those who are seeking their just rights to innum erable vexations, and by making their ex pense exceed the amount in dispute, the rich andlihe strong render the prosecution of just claims a mockery to the poor and the weak, because the amount awarded, when e t-flnal judgment is at last obtained, does not equal the expense of the contest for justice. In view of these facts, thousands of citizens submit to wrong and suffer injustice to be done them, rather than resort to the courts for redress. Th...

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. — 15 January 1887

br to 7 Kit : i&. .$, S.J . rr fcs WBsr Sy-ip . : T-ZTTSai" - Uhi'.j . -. V .jT " N ' . T ..AT. .-"T -j 1 ici Ifi-l "iV . c jt- s&V?&im. r?e js K S "H GtTeruuat XeauneiBaj. Mew York Son It is ooetomary oa the death of any Tiigh.dignitary to drape the public build- " ings in black, and for this nee many thousands of yards of black muslin are used. Under the v old order of things thi muslin was given away to the poor of the city, for whom it did good service for all sorts of garments. Since tne democratic administration came into power, however, the same stock of f aneral drapery has been used on one occasion after another. During the past year, if the old custom had been adhered to, there would have been muslin enough to clothe nearly all the. poor people in the city. The death of General McClel lan Vice President Hendricks, General Hancock and ex-Freeident Arthur would have increased this munificence beyond that of any year in our whole history. The merchants of the town...

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