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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 5 February 1887

?1HS T j . 3 S" fkf fS " feS? -3fl ft "t. ViV .gr&.CV- -$S& ..&V SiS. .? .-' -iT '-y.. t-. .SaPS?-'Sli1reSw. '-23v-5- s 5USVS Jfc3 f 5?Vwirtr ; mAjicA-., syi1- v rv;'' "- .wy jr- ,, v J fb- di -, r rv - r? : - .u f K -: -". er 'g' WESTEM KAS. WOBLD. OmCI&L PAPER OF TREGO COUHTY. Yf. S. TILTON, .----- Editor. Saturday, February 5, 1887. --Another cold enap this week. Ice Jiaryesters are again busy. Washington streetis enjoying a boom. J. E. Hilts, of Oakley was in town yesterday. '- Coal merchants enjoyed the weather of the past week. Thursday morning reached 13 below ?erq. the mercury J. B. Wilson has purchased some property on Washington street. J. C. Dunn, the wagonmaker of Quinter, was in town jesterday. J.E. Alsop, has been on the sick list this week, but is able to be out again. Work has been commenced on J. H. Hegener's new bakery on Washington street . R. A. Wakefield is about to erect a dwelling on Miss Zellers' claim, south of the Smoky. A child of H. Jackso...

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. — 5 February 1887

t.,t ?A:xWS5v5T v ?SP WiSSra.i jT -TCi- Ji. i:-rx "n"- w tT, "'. 'T-&T5 -& ,'V cr- , I " , .- aT? fc "3 EW TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up fay the "World's77 Rustling Reporters. COIiLYEB, CAWXMGS. V. r. Bin&OAS TIME TABUC. EAST FMtMsU..., 6.37 am Dcyfaeeeager 1:38pm TttLffri 3:40pm pMseogers allowed by permit wjcsr 9.56 pm 1.38 pm 11:25 am MP. Collteb, Tbego Co., Feb. 2, 1887. Bejoiciog. Down to zero. A "week of pleasure. But very little snow fell. The ground is again cracked by the frost. In place of the worn out pipe, a new one is now fastened to the railroad lank. Mrs. Frank Colby is expected to return f rem her eattern visit sometime this week. Mr. Ireland, of Linn county, arrived on Thursday to take charge of the new drug store. ' H. F. Knight received a short visit this morning from his brother, of Kansas City. Interior painting has improved the ap pearance of two of our stores the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Finley are expected here in a .few days and will reside ove...

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. — 5 February 1887

tfPWri 5ff7 Y $2T i V,5MS- J F ?-& f . ." prH."v ? i V hi ' - 5- A HUNTER'S EXPERIENCE. 'He Bolates How He Chased the Festive Dpr for Many Woirj Hours and Then !ot Left. ' Captain L.J.Perry. One of my early experiences will show 'an interesting phase oa deer hunting, and how the science is learned. When I was a small boy about 11 years old, I remember of accompanying my father on many of his deer hunts near home in the Galien woods on the lake shore in south western Michigan, before our removal to Wisconsin. He was a pretty skilful as well as a lucky doer hunter; always full of resources and perfectly tireless. When the first "tracking snow" came one of his sohemes was to have me take the fresh trail of a deer with a large cow beJl, while he would make rapid detouis to the right and left to "cut off" the game. My business was to follow slowly "and steadily on the track, ringing the bell regularly as if attached to a cow feeding, until he killed the deer or gave up the chase. Now...

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. — 5 February 1887

Wg-WBQwlll&M ." V-P 2 &l1& ? ? eswSS&s w SaSScS.. W Stt.rX3ir F5i 'j-SiCai s z- : .- j- ( -Tvi-iv fssy L ir .a. s-j tji B2. f r -r "si' EJtti ?? - . ?i M 'W 1 . n JE- J vjl " A NIGHT WITH JL MAD VLkS Looomotiva enginers &e a general rule, would rather do anything than talk shop," and you might have eat around the Bosemore hotel for hours while the 392 delegates to the Brotherhood con vention were there three weeks and nev- &r a word about running an engine. However, they do sometimes unlimber their reluctant tongues, and when they do their talk is usually full of pith and moment. A email party of friends who took a few delegates to a private club room after Ned Harrigan's entertain ment Monday night, found this out, When they got George Trainor, a small, wiry, gr&y-haired delegate from Illinois, talking about his experiences. "It has been some years now since I have had a real genuine, hair-raising scare on the foot-board," said Mr. Train or. "Of course, ...

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. — 5 February 1887

as! "assess BPfl "SF"V -v ? ; - -r 4rj'i:i,-?Lrifi;v?5ir"r . stp "SfcTaasEBKii. '-?r&au2i- t . H-S,&r&X.- -&. .sKfe ?5 v vy .s &,-"V ' -"Vt- Lafc, ,J& ffg''fc' - Si rggggBaqam t ; . Stf LT Iff - .? WASHINGTON WAIFS. From oar Begulor Correspondent. Washixgton, Jan. 28, 1887. The woinGn are here again, pleading piteously and eloquently for their rights, and telling the old, old story of their wrongs, just as they have done in Wash inglon every successive winter for nine tee years. Many of the faces on the platform are familiar from their frequent journeyings to this Mecca of their hopes, and every year there are some new ones. There is something at once sublime and pathetic in their persistence. They are "undismayed. Opposition is nothing. Disappointments are nothing. Tet no body knows better than these women that they have expended a good deal of their strength upon men of straw, instead of on their husbands, sons and brothers. During the very hour of the open...

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. — 12 February 1887

i ? 0 H v fir 3 &&. Wf-' w S1T STJ33CIP?ZOT, $2.00. eighth: year. I-JL.JII1III1MIH.I .. . It is said that a farmer must walk 500 miles in planting and cultivating a forty acre field oC corn. Some miserable cur poisoned six head of cattle for J. C. Jobnson, of Lane county, a few days since. The. Ellsworth and Kanopolis Street Railway Company filed its charter with the secretary oE;stato on jMondav. An inch of snow while thawing makes moro mud in Topeka than six inches make at Wa-Keeney, wo verily "bolieve. The Abilene Gazette is numbering the runaways which occur in that town. The one in last Sunday's paper was num bered 999. The death of James Tatem oc curred on the Smoky, ;n Ellis county," last week. He was 97 years of age, and dhe of the oldest citizens of Ellis county A s'oldiers' re-union and camp fire will bo held at Colby to-day. De partment Commander ItfcDivett and other prominent members of the order are to be present. P. R. Sillstrop was fined SI 0.00 and cosis for ...

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. — 12 February 1887

It V- r. to ; 3fe ' feit . i t , : f I A 5ch2 K8e 2 St Emoniaae, Canada, 1 1 COWGRESSIOiST At. I PProvi GEINTERALNEWS It is rmnnrAr! in Borne that the I'a'iau minister of foreign affairs has resigned and is likely to be followed out of office by Pre mier Depretis. Mrs. Emma Molloy is conducting a revi val at Vancouver, where she went in search of Mrs. Graham, generally oeiievea to nave been murdered in Missouri. . It is stated that two newspapers m New ,York City will be visited and requested not to use steam furnished by non-union men. ' If the request is not granted it is possible that the union men engaged on these papers will be called' out on a strike. Five hundred miners in Walker couniy, Alabama, struck for more pay. Under a decree of the United States cir cuit court in the state of Virginia, North and South Carolina, Georgia and Alabama, all the property of the Southern Telegraph com pany was sold at public auction. The prop erty was purchased by James B. Face and John S. Wi...

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. — 12 February 1887

:f" M Mf r ,.T" - " ' a "yearly SvLtosoription $S.OO STOCK IP.AjR,ajasra- THE BASTS OF OTJR, INIDTTSTR.rES. Single Copy s Cent. 3Sj e-Tv-'V3 wA3r,rp4afA3,-.T rt.A ' ' - Tr , 1-J . -.-. l "'". Tt-V.. -lBm ,m H 0 H .k. 1 B H vH IB Am J- ! al.Sm II VM - Hln ISilBA 1 ( af Bl i , naBBB k & Kf rc Kk a- ?Yt C .; "" 'fl &i ;. EIGHTH YEAE. WA-KEENEY, KANSAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1887. NUMBER 51. FOR BARGAINS GO TO IK L IE S He Keeps Constantly on Hand the Best of Everything in GROCERIES i DRY GOODS, AND SELLS THEM AT BOTTOM IPFtlOES. WILL ALWAYS PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE FOR BUTTER AM) EGGS. DON'T FORGET THE PLACE: js. z, E s WA-KEENEY, KANSAS. AX1M AlN rmn 11 Oil! nnn 11(111 WA-KEEM HEAT MARKET. FOR THE OLD RELIABLE 1RCHMT J. L. MILLER, Attorney-at-Law. M. W. McCOY, Notary Public. MILLER & McCOY, SUCCESSORS TO BENNETT & SMITH, REAL ESTATE AGENTS -AND- ILlAJSTID ATTORNEYS. Money to Loan on Final Receipt. Send for a copy of their Sectional Map containing Synopsis of the 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. — 12 February 1887

r .r;r "-v &&&&& mmtr&sspi ' Tf r r v's ;t ,V . H rW' CTj: livr -..; j.v -tja " Kg ms,mmmmmmmimmBmmmsmmmmm ' . iT1 " jt, ' v , w r ' r ,- .'- v . - vi5. v -are ithst .5. .,- - -? Tif'Jt rviv.-rT -. :t - a "-cw sc:rT2; Zv-rw,,- da . i-- - -wii . -i-3 Wv IP ?, CffeSTEM KAS. WORLD. SZ OFFICIAL PAPER OF TSEGO COUNTY. . S. TILTOU, Editor. Satubday, February 12, 1&87. Lorin Jack is back from Illinois. -Head the ordinance in this World. J. L. Brown returned from Chicago on Wednesday night. Lack of space prevents our publish ing the school reports this week. Heavy spring stocks of goods are being received by all our merchants. The ladies are especially invited to take part in the wolf hunt on the 26th. Receiver Pilkenton was in Topeka on Monday, taking stock of the law making machinery. L. I. Bargor, the popular lumber man of Qainter, drove down to "Wa-Keeney Wednesday evening. Keep it before the old folks (the young ones will not forget) that the wolf hunt comes...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 12 February 1887

GSpswFSPK Q'fJmmmm .."-' ,?. . -svrssH&' sejkv' 80aWS5C?S Vt t " ' '- '-- x ' i j .- ., 1Mb I. II IIIIINI f IHII'IML!V I ittaUu uwwii ii i iinuiiiuvi rW . 7 ttrt tin tit, h " Urtll' 77 D..l',nn viiicu ujjuj mc iiunuo nuaiiiity 15. n i it . nuuuners. m at to)? COLLYER CAWINGS. Rt:t IX. P. IIAILKOAD TOIZ TABLZ. EAST VTZMT 2$ TsstMail - 6:37am 956pm iay -fapeenger isjspm iskjpm sTreight S.40pm 1155am Pa&eengere allowed by permit CoLiiTEB, Teego Co., Feb. 9, 1887. Early chicks. . Beautiful frosts. Wild Cats' telling hits. Merry sunshine once more. The G. A. R. boys met last Saturday. Articulation rather indistinct. Cause, colds. But three more -weeks of the Collyer school spring term remain. John Ebeling's youngest child was quite sick on Sunday, but much improved now. Mrs. B. York is the first, so far heard from, to boast of an early brood of chickens. Quite a snow storm prevailed Satur day morning, the wind being from the south. Go to Siebert's market for salt and smoked meats...

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. — 12 February 1887

1.JF t ..' JS . . t 1 u-5grf w?- wrx. --o. rfV"s ? MVAV. iira'SsiS'S Sl '& , W l -S? .S'S4" ? y-'Mgrlfr .., w TGter- ft.f fcjf -v'V , .H r ' - J. W: t.fn.i. &SF rP ;&. sr- far 'tffffi A TAM5NTTNE. .BY JOSEPHINE POUiABD. A. Talentine! Ah, can it be That some one has addressed tome These lines, bo sweet and tender? IName or initial j 8 not Bet Upon the page, and yet and et I think 1 know the sender. "Whatthongh the writing be disguised, 'And many a little trick devised To aid the fond deception; St. YaJentine provides the key That spoils the little mystery The moment of reception. "We nwy be right, we may be wrong; Tor lack of confirmation strong We give the rem to fancy, And let her wander at her will. And her bright destiny iulfil In fields of necromancy. And valentines would lose their charm. I they at once could doubt disarm Ere yet the seal was broken; And so the deeper the disguise, The more delightful the surprise And sweeter is the token. VAI.JNTINJ3 VERSES. BY MAB...

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. — 12 February 1887

3SSfS8 S5l iZ?i.r v , -u-- ?1 ."X&aai; &&!&. & &333tTm i JSrtafiTC !j?fclfi" 4-15tS: 3& rv y iS ?V c?fo5V r-fj.n.. st .jaKssEirSSi: fcWf' F -J,' Pwp 4-- e - IS Ik? fs 5 s$F g" Lf . fori - 8 Lyy '?" THE TERRIBLE MELINITE. An Explosive "With. Ten Times the Powr of Nilro-Glycerine. The one subject of supreme interest among military men just now, writes a Paris oorresponnent of the New York Times, is the new explosive melenite, about which little except its wonderful destructive power is known, and which is therefore naturally a fruitful theme for discussion. The center of French artillery operations is at Bourges, where the new explosive is being manufactured for experimental purposes. Bourges has taken the place of Metz and Strasburg. It is here that experiments are going on without ceasing, and a corps of distin guished officers are now seeking a solu tion of the problem how to kill at- a single stroke as many men as possible. It is a friffhtful problem, w...

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. — 12 February 1887

xli - $Wimnmm?T 'tgsSPWW yst -tV; r JfTii " s :??isr3?-: rSS-V '"1 '- .lMMW HHI t. . FORESTUF STATIONS, Ail Interview Hilii Hon. )Y, S. ton, of Wa-liceucy. Til- TopeLa Capital, Jan. 30. Yesterday a Capital reporter interviewed Hon. W. S. Tilton, editor of the Wa JCeeney World, and represeptalive from Trego county, concerning bouse bill, 2o. 218, which he introduced, in relation to the establishment of forestry stations in the west half of Kansas, as follows: Eeporter Ivlr. Tilton, as. you are the party introducing house bill, No. 218, in i elation to the establishment of forestry experimental stations in the western half of Kansas, would you please state your reasons for such stations? Mr. Tilton Primarily in order to dot the plains of Kansas with timber. Reporter What is the scope of your bill? Mr. Tilton It contemplates ths loca tion of two forestry stations, One of these stations is to be within throe miles of the Union Pacific railroad (Kansas division,, and the other within thr...

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. — 19 February 1887

w f:,w Bte a." cv; ' - r. - t ji ij 2-E.isii-sr STJBSCE-iDPTionsr, $2.00. EIGHTH YEAR. Graham coukty will vote on the question of extending aid to the Central branch railroad, on March 22. Co3ipetition among the buyers ran the price of hogs np to 0480 per hundred in Gaylord last week. The Rock Island surveyors arrived in Smith Centre'on Tuesday of last week, and left in the direction of Phillipsburg next morning. The Beloit Courier calls the gamb ling houses of that city suicide-breediug places, and asks the officers to be vigilant and break them up. Geo. Lowe, of Phillipsburg, while fixing the fire one night last week, burn .ed a pocket book containing $40, which had fallen into the coal scuttle. The railway mail service has been extended from Baane to Ness City, on the C, K. & W. railroad, and that town now has daily eastern mail. August Beisnee, aged between 16 and 17, was sentenced to one year in the penitentiary, at hard labor, for larce ny, in the district court of Mitchel...

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. — 19 February 1887

lrf5S isreswq&gs W e --s S-i r-J' BY TELEGUAPH Dr. Windthoret, leader of the Centre (Catholic) party in the German reiohstag, in a political address delivered in Cologne, took a position of oppodtion to the pope's, who recently expressed a wiBh that the cen tre iacty adopt a policy of conciliation on the eeptennaie bill. Windthorst said the pope's advocacy of the septennate uiil was independent ot the merits of the measure and arose from reasons of expediency, and from political considerations. 'JLhe pope could not be displeased with his faiihfal eons in Germany for a refusal to comply with his political -wishes when he had -lost-ly examined into the reasons which impelled them. DeKalb, Texas, was thrown into a fever of excitement thcn the information reached there that a deadly battle had been fought about five miles from thereby four male members of a family named White, who were pitted against Colonel John E. Rosser, his son Willie, aged 15 years, and a hired man named Mullin...

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. — 19 February 1887

STAsSCTtli!SSKi tie!VEPS&fV-&S9s'mKPseitieSSdS iflSPn f K-y7'v,mpM5pH -,-i .- , f9R5gpBffS- ,!"K??Eg5t ?g fcT-jS Oh , rt& if .i .-v W-i v "Vi L? t :x p-- :. i Yearly SilbsoriiDtiori $S.CO stock: F-A-RfMrNra- the basis op our, industries. Single Copy S Cents. EIGHTH YEAR. WAKEENET, KANSAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1887. NUMBER 52. FOR BARGAINS GO TO IK T, E S He Keeps Constantly on Hand the Best of Everything: in GROCERIES DRY GOODS, AND SELLS THEM AT BOTTOM FRIGES. nun mil: 1 FOR THE nun nan: W EILIMI IRiMT AT COLLY EI JEr. WA-KEEM MEAT MARKET. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. B010GM SAUSAGE & PRESSED COM BEEF A SPECIALTY. THE TRADB u-i iuur.i uip QEST PRICES PAID FOR CATTLE AND HOGS. W. S. HARRISON, - - - Proprietor. WILL ALWAYS PAY THE HGBEST MARKET PRICE FOR BUTTER AND EGGS. DOPTT FORGET THE PLACE: V7" WA-KEENEY, k: 31, fe KANSAS. J. L.MILLER, Attorney-at-Law. WJ.W. McCOY, Notary Public. MILLER & McCOY, SUCCESSORS TO BENNETT & SMITH, REAL ESTATE -AND- L-AJSHD ATTORNEYS...

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. — 19 February 1887

'fc3F !jt fc '?'& jjJJ g rtaspgwM '5--j irafVL?- r iJi,j mr tr?1?.,-. j. r.fc tv .vi . r wr--" -,-r' jr5r'jcs? .S i--" .IB rnKsammmamaexmrnmammmBm - $F& -WFSS&& WESTERN KAS; WOELD. ; ?& OFFICIAL EAPER OF TRESO C0U3TY. y. 5. 7Vr0A', or. tJT rt: Saturday, February 19, 1S87. The people of Ellis are talking of i incorporating that place. The cattle in the Indian Territory 4 jbsve wintered remarkably well and losses will not bo over 4 per cent at the outside. Ox Tuesday of last week Probate Judjsre Nicholson revoked the permits of 13 all the druggists of Ness county to sell . liquor for "medicinal, mechanical and scientific purposes," and now the old soaks will go dry or ship it in. Secretary. Makntxg's resigna tion was formally tendered to .the presi dent on Monday, to take effect immedi ' ately upon the appointment of his suc cessor. Until that ime Mr. Fairchild will discharge the duties of the office. Abortion Among Cows. Our cattle men are complaining about the la...

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. — 19 February 1887

ik rm&mm. JMmrmwm?,iMmmgmmM Jl . .. , ; - " " P- 7T-. : - .... ' ."-""r.... "T TREGO COUNTY TRAC1N8S. is v.. W&u " "Served up by trie "World's" Rustling Reporters. COLLYER CAWINGS. V. P. RAILROAD Tlifa: TABLE. EAST "WIST "Fat Mall ctJim O rd -a ut O Bay Passenxrer """" 1.38 pu L38pji J Trelcht 3 40pm IISam "-.rassengers ailoircd by permit. a l fcf Coli.teb, Teego Co., Feb. 17, 1887 Bather dull. Sadden changes. A pleasant masquerade. A large prairie-lire raged far to the east on Sunday. "Small hail descended in a few little showers on Thursday. L. F. Hollington is having his store anchored down by a new design. Mr. Gilbert, of Topeka, was in town to-day, insuring our people against ind. Only a few persons braved the hard eouthwest wind to attend preaching Sun day morning. Go to Siebert's market for salt and smoked meats. 404 Mr. Baker, senior partner of the firm of "Baker & Sons, of Quinter, was in town on "Saturday. Fresh pork sausage at Siebert's mar ket, Collyer, Kans....

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. — 19 February 1887

s -x? r sr?K&s$&R&& sw? 4, . V' "? x . -ft-T-- TVSi.it cri w ijvsr fe- .S? r'5VS4-v,'JP' -& .r:- I -- y s CAff j? V-.j... 4..- . a? 54; 'iSfeV J.-w-" -. 'smmmz&fi&m?& pwsto r ??ssGr, yafwi ratf3fc &&& J!C63s V3rl. Vfc -U JJg&'A&' - gt -& W- T, JE "or n-' J it?.Tr',-f t, .trv i. . ?V T, It-rtf v i . T'J 'l-l r t33ct-- & Iv - -l T -. . . r vV it?. s-- f Si"- XY VALENTINE. Valentine's Day, and I am Bitting in the oay window of my front room in the little semi-Jetacned house which is now my home. The little maid has laid the breakfast things, but it is early, and T sites the horse-hair sofa in the window, looking out for the postman. Not that his coming this morning has any romantic interest for me. Those days of romance sr past and gone. I am now arrived at the sober age of 35, and it is time to have done with sch folly. And yet as I sit here, and the postman delajs his coming, my mind wanders back "to other Valentine days lon...

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. — 19 February 1887

p3?5; "OH3&- v ;n '"XL V! ffrf ;-: N&&1- J s;o L ' Er ;r - j 'iTL f ft jgf BROWN'S IRON BITTERS WILL CURE HEADACHE INDIGESTION BILIOUSNESS DYSPEPSIA NERVOUS PROSTRATION MALARIA CHILLS and FEVERS TIRED FEELING GENERAL DEBILITY PAIN in the BACK & SIDES IMPURE BLOOD CONSTIPATION FEMALE INFIRMITIES RHEUMATISM NEURALGIA KIDNEY AND LIVER TROUBLES FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS The Genuine has Trade Mark and crossed Red tines on wrapper. TAKE NO OTHER- DOES NOT BURN OR BLISTER. REQUIRES NO RUBBING. fla ffiiAB Cures Coffin Joint Lameness", UQ flOrScS'Contracted and Tender Feet, Sweeny, 8tOTe & Bruised Shoulders, Poll Evll.Fiatula.Sprunje Knees.Cocked Ankle, Ulceration of the Foot, Sore Shoulders k Breast, Corns in Horses Feet, Founder.&c. fill VI HP For Muscular RhenmatIsm,Neu US ttafi'ralgia, Lame Back and general bodily pains & aches. Sold by Druggists. 16 02. Bottle $1.00. 4 ox. Bottle 50 cts. PBIPAKED OXLT BT T. H JACKSON & CO., Quincy, Illinois. The lest and ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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