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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 12 March 1887

v?s5sraas5iit!T- v:.-vgr rB4f:s jsas.srru'ja &m WftHB8SmVW$'r'''' ife 'T? wrz &T A !- WKr fig &. . ? V r ii -' y WESTERN KAS. WORLD. official paper op tbego couity. W. 8. TILTON, ------ frrtor. Satubdat, Maeoh 1& 1887. The forestry law was -published in the official state paper Thursday morning. The commissioner of forestry is to be appointed within ten days from that date. Attorney General Bradford, we notice by an interview in the Topeka Capital, confidently predicts that in ninety days there will not be a saloon in Kansas. This is putting the case pretty strong, but wilder guesses have been made. H-rxry Ward Beecher died last Tuesday. In the pulpit, in political circles, he .was a power. His place among ministers was unique. He was not free from weaknesses. These shone in brilliant contrast with his overtowering intellectual qualities. In religion, Mr. Beecher had either grown unorthodox, in a great measure, or had taken ground so advanced as to require time for t...

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. — 12 March 1887

r.n 5V1Y?-U " t T ' , csrcst-rii v?- " .y$ Sro55C.'!-,V.. ' a . r&r v tp 'fe "J. " v i 'W "-B- yV rjijcjr sv. j1 V-""" .. S rt p. -i- 1$ jV j. v -. ?vfe -- '' '-Vr, :v f FlZ&a&gi4K ? t-SU-l,. rt5-w , vl : PT5tiF&& &&&!8'it3rs KSgS -f ."- 5r v v . '' f2 r - ij k'!' kNai" H' r., !i i &. v BT- m '?r ? . i V 4 TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. COLLYES CAWTCTGS. XT. P. KULEOAD TIME TABLE. EAST WEST TMtMall 637am 9.56pm Jajr Passenger 1238 fv 18pm Prelght 3 40pm 11:25 am Pa&eengers allowed by permit the scholars learned more of what would cause them in the future to be good cit zens under a woman's instruction than since the masculine hand has wielded the authority of teacher. It is the duty of county superintendents to see that appli cants for the positions of eachers, wheth er men or women, should bring good recommendations of character as well as high-grade certificates. W. C. DEATH'S DOINGS. OoliiYee, Tbego Co...

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 March 1887

7w Zft r rs- &. S " ?vr - J 2 k- rc fv & 5 t W rtfcs" THE LITTLE FOLKS. An Idyl or the King:. The carpet in the parlor is no better than the flocr; Of the carpet in the library one can Bay little more; There's a good one in the dining-room, although it's rather small ; But the carpet in the nursery is nicest of thero 'alL There's a palace in the middle, circled -with a wall of black. With a moat of yellow water, fonr brown path ways running back Through a fearful, frightful forest from the windows to the door, '.Round four lakes of deep dark water with green griffins on the shore. At the corners there are castles, and in one King Arthur reigns ; In the North, one is a giant, and the South is Charlemagne's. But the castle in the comer by the closet is the best, And from this I rule my kingdom and reign over all the rest. But the middle park and palace are a very wondrous place, Statues, vases, fairies, graces, flowers, and bowers through, all the space. 'Tis a garden of encha...

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 March 1887

A - & 4 . $fi&.& ? " wgwiss $$' ,. v- V k.t- v "Than viBT be. mm TtrtM la all OJ than" be Mid, "brt for seta! worth ud rapidity of flect,I knowtbat nothing made ' nb exoelDr. Boil's Ooagh Syrnp." GMet Joatioe Wait and Cml-Servic OommifiBionec Edgerton are old chuma. At a recast dinner Mr. Wait reinaiked: "I odo appeared in a police court, and Edgerton there, xenerable and distin guished though he locks, was my client, the prisoner at the bar. He was accused of gambling on Sunday; bnt he got off , and I got $2 by way of fees." "Yes," said Edgerton, 'that's quite true; but it was an awfully dull Sunday im an awfully dull Ohio town and we weren't playing for money; I don't think we had any." 'I see a star, Era's first born, in whose train" Gomes the damp twilight that bringeth pain, for sokes of bead, neuralgia, out and bruise, Try Salvation Oil, these will yon lose. Boston Post: The dairymen generally have the cream of things. Do You Want Grift Mill? You can get it, steam ...

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 March 1887

l35aMlbk9 Tsi3-K5M?sE?lrtkViS&-3 S3 :J tra&CTra-MLaKSTOTOM vp. ' , -ri v Ciw ' s" ".3" ,' X- I i i i W i i i in Mil Mi i I mpi II ii rtr- "ST. - -w '.." A tf ' JW . -3tL - -f" J " t 1!S" ' Jk.,? &-. J-tSfcr KJ SC-5- 4-, ?"Wv 'J r-- g-gf. "Tfc- 'ffe 3J - fef v El Bk Ss :V ft 3 -- 6f p? $" a ffv GOVS COUWTlTGiiEAITINGS. Gove Couxty, Kan., Feb. 28, 1887. Hammers and saws -will soon be Hying lively in Gove City. The new-comers are getting enthusias tic since the late storm. Plowing will now soon begin in earnest. Last-fall-settlers are coming, with bag and baggage, by the car-load. Grinnell people are building an Opera Hall which, when completed, will be a :fine one. Friend Tilton's bill for forestry stations is a move in the right direction and full of common sense. It is proven that trees will grow in this country if they are prop erly planted, but the people are not able, financially, to send east for these trees and take the chance of having them die before they get them...

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 March 1887

RWKBSR 'gssrw-' V v ", f i , - ' v . r-i . .'- kr nr snwjatyc- U" ," iF'n,iJAv "Yearly Silbsoriptioxx S.OO STOCK F.AJE?.-Lm?TGI- THE BASIS OF OUI&roTJSTREIS. Single Copy s Oezxts. vr,w &.-.?, !--"' ". - BhV BBH i3BBBBBBb- -T - f,: --, .9BK n wcwt n" & K BBaB& i SBS Sh HMJtBBBBaat BBh I BP B) H BJ BaH Pj-SB y n BBTBia. BbV jBBBmV iSBBBBm n BBBBk a s7 ST SBBB1 B BBBBm V BBBa KHlHr.K BBBBI'Bi BBBbI BBSBBbTt. l? & T & VP- re NINTH YEAR. JLJLX FOR OLD n AT COLLYER . LOU A. FISHER Has the best stock of goods in Trego Co. Two Good Clerks that can rustle and sell more goods than any four clerks any place else. . Goods never get old, the boys sell them too fast. We Sell Everything. Lumber, Posts, Barbed Wire and Coal A Specialty. Come and' see all the New Settler at LOU A. FISHER'S, Collyer, - Kansas. FOR. BREAD, Pies and Cakes of all kinds, oo TO- ED. BANNISTER, lit S06T West true Cemcrtlil EoW, OPPOSITE THE DEPOT. LM IT ALL HOURS, -AND A- GOOD SiDARE MEAL AT ANY TIM...

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 March 1887

r t S M fcSfSafc V, ?1 "V 7r &y&' w. a Kt XT &,. isym jto ?&$ WrWU OFFICIAL PAPER OF THSSO CC2RTY. W. S. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, March 19, 1887. Farmers are bus-. Covered wagonskeep coming. --Register Beard has been at Topeka this week. Captain Hanna went to Salina yes terday afternoon. G. W. Poorman, Esq., and Sheriff Hopkins, both of Gove county, called to Bee ns yesterday. W. B. Kritchfield has been at Mill brook the most of the time for the past fortnight. The Baptist social at the Presbyterian church, Wednesday evening, was a suc cess .socially. Rev. J. A. Stayt has been attending the annual M. E. City this week. conference at Junction Jno. Bonnquist's residence building, which was blown down a short fame ago, has been raised again. District Clerk Blair has a hotbed in his garden, and he is pushing the gar- dening in other portions of his garden. -'Mr. S. L. Graham, of DeKalb, 111., is in the city, spending a few days. He has some property here, and likes the ...

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 March 1887

pfw f . ' 'K "2-; ECs a i f M" k? lie - V c te I F KANSAS STATE NEWS. Wichita Journal: Mayor Ketner, of Junction City, ?ho was in the city in at tendance at the grand lodge A. O. IT. W., while passing down Second street with a friend, stepped into a nolo in the walk near the corner of Market street, and falling heavily, fractioned both bones of the right leg just above the ankle. Concordia Blade: There was consider able 'commotion among the banks at Soandia, Bellville 'and Concordia, this week. An adroit forger has forged the names of farmers to a large number of notes, varying in amount from $100 to $600. The aggregate amount the forger made br this operation is not known, but reaches up into the thousands. Sedan Times-Journal: Charley W Bradley, of Sedan, dropped dead on the street while going from hie store to his home. We learn that he had for sev eral days been taking doses of poisonous drugs as a tonic or nervine. There are a thousand rumors regarding the affair. It is quite e...

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 March 1887

xZFZ&j&&rgrtt mlm sppSS m r twvr. iJ t "Vlt.JfcT' c .vy- vr. y- f? X . . -' V" J - " ; F15, &$jr mh fwSFzr Wpf&l "S . 1 ".' 3RM S&mfltf WW. OFFICIAL PAPES 0? TREGO COUHTY. W. 5. 77ZT0, Editor. Saturday. March 19, 1887. Plow deep, pulverize thoroughly, and don't you forget it! A xew town company has been organized in Grainiield, with a capital of $30,000 divided into 1200 shares of $25 each.j Governor Martls" has designated April 14 as arbor day. Do not fail to celebrate that day by planting a liberal number of trees about your premises. The new fast mail train which left 2ew York at.S o'clock Saturday night arrived in Kansas City at 10:56 on Mon day, mailing the run in 38 hours and 56 minute3. TnE man who borrows money ust because he can is as big a fool as tho one who attempts to drink a gallon of whisky to prevent his associates from getting drunk on it! Our farmers can not afford to for get that the line of products which are good for stock feed deserve th...

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 March 1887

S3S? WfWlP JE C 5&f "w-S-iS1, :. -Sk?Sf -T t5; Ssr "' -sW .? T.r"5.j; C. v gs xs&aKfl r2- tiSr s E&K, &: V3r- R. M - HT j ,?I Visit at That Kemarkable In stitution. It was the pleasure of the editor of the : "World, in company with Judge Osborn, to visit the state JReform School last Sab "bath. "We were driven to the institution in the forenoon by a man whom the su perintendent had sent after us in re sponse to our indication the evening be fore by telephone that the visit would Tie pleasant. The Reform School is about two miles northwest of North Topelca. Dr. J. F. Buck, the superintendent of the Reform School, and his wife, who is the matron of the institution, made their visitors feel at home, and this is putting the case mildly. As is known to many of our citizens, Dr. Buck owns a ranch of over two thousand acres in the valley of Big creek, about two miles south of Wa Keeney. Many were the enquiries and other evidences of the most solicitous welfare from him and ...

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 March 1887

rvTjrs-ii?) ij5 FiOl .'-St rf -v JV" Fv m; W" V- ,a -?& : -r --tt 4T1 'K- X SM K Kf L V t- Si ff-r . . &' ' ",- $ " .s' & Vri , -f itfVlt '4 JSTEWS NOTES, The Illinois hcraee has passed a bill perma nently .locaiing the state fair at Springfield. Mr. Wilkinron, correspondent of the Man cheater Guardian, was arrested at Cracow as a Kussian spy, and imprisoned for twelve hours. Rumors are afloat in Indianapolis that Senator Green Smith will be appointed United States district attorney, to succeed Judge Turpie. Money sent by John Brown, Jr., for the earthquake sufferers at Charleston wat, turn ed over to the Confederate home, with the approval of the donor. Candy purchased in Montreal caused the -death of Rev. William T. Howland and wife, at Auburndale, Mass., and the serious ill ness of-their two children. xhree Hebrew rabbis went to the ap praiser's store in Chicago and inspected six casks of holyjwine and spirits imported from Jerusalem for use at the coming feast. The a...

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 March 1887

7spJ9 r " v-v x ;fc jl jfp 3 3ET ri ,T i.- IK rr (V JVi 5 t &, r" i w Jfci nr Ts Kf: k7 3! s fc & Efe V M H I? ?& COLIxYEB CAWINGS, COLT.TER, Tkego Co., March 1G, 1887. Gardening. Early snakes. Hushing the plow. The first little songsters. A fearful, devastating firo. Some peas and potatoes planted. Go to Sieberfs market for salt and smoked meats. 4ft Dr. Teague and family arrived by this noon's passenger. Money saved and satisfaction guaran teed bv buying your flour of Hollington k, Son. 413-tf Miss Jessie Welch, of "Wa-Keeney, was in Collyer on Monday, the guest of Miss Perlie Kessler. Both blue and buffalo grasses are put ting forth green shoots, and the tender buds of trees and bushes are swelling. Hollington & Son have just received a large lot of handsome cook stoves that Trill be sold cheap. 414-tf Meadow-larks, killdoers and robins are with us again, and their sweet songs are welcome music. A few quail are also seen. Siebert pays the highest market price for ...

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. — 19 March 1887

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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. — 26 March 1887

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Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 26 March 1887

JSSjSH fty -v n - w fe M- ?y . IC, ff lw nr r r u 1ST2 r V wr ,5T 5'. J - - -V ifr'jr v- Wt'g. , 4 teT-v St"TSis' Wv J w ni.ium Csrry- tfirt'-$attw $M, OPFICiAL PAPER OP TSEGO C3UHTY. . 5. 77z.royv, frffor. Satcbdat, March 26, 1887. LsT our judgment, friend Downing, 5 -In his Hays r Sc.itincl, hits the post 'squarely on the head when he says : "The new liquor law takes effect March 30tb. The man who wakes up April 1st and r thinks ho can get a drink at the drug stores as easily as in the old days of the v saloons will be April fooled sure enough." SOT RIGHT. The Beloit Gazette does itself and Governor Martin an in j ostice. It approves ihe appointment of its fellow-townsman, Judge Holt, as one of the supremo court commissioners, but declares that the governor is entitled to no credit for mak ing the appointment, because, that paper - says, the location compelled the recog nition. Now, it did nothing of the kind. The fernor could have appointed Mr. Garver, of Salina, and the Gazette ...

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. — 26 March 1887

i? rwvvl V- .t-sS?? fw-wi Slr' 2L . ?----( JSvir J, A T " -". " .. .' wa'-.' . ri? . iVn-T ,jWi; -?-- n i t. " K f V &r ,' .& ""a k V KedTop. Planter and Stockman. I have been somewhat interested in the red top discussion, and as I have had a little experience with red top in Illinois as well as in Missouri, I will try to give my experience briefly. In my neighborhood, in Adams county, red top hay was considered of little value for two reasons. Stock did not like it, and it would not sell but for a little in the Quincy market. ' I hauled some hay to Quincy, and have seen considerable on the market, and I know that persons having red top mixed in their loads had much more trouble to sell and had to take about one-third less than those hav ing pure timothy. This Mr. Stahl very well knows, as I believe he lives in Adams county. After reading the long list of scientific evidences brought for ward by Mr. Stahl, I thought perhaps I as well as the liverymen and teamsters underrated...

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. — 26 March 1887

v r-$" 'V yt -." S 6&- . v m Ij ft- K K. i" ra -A V!i 1 PfflH " ' f t ffltiftm umwmlL e-w OFHGIAL PIPEH GF'T&S&O COUNTY. $ l. S. TILTOM, " - Editor. Saxdrdat, March 26, 1887. Cleveland's is the obese adminis tration. r ;; , The VirgimaTegislafcure is sitting in extra session. 1 Henry George is "said to have assimilated enough common sense to "condemn the boycott. . . A. J. " Abbott, the ' appointed judge of.thenewtwenty-seventb district, looks like a solid man. . ' .. Jetmore, in our neighboring coun ty of Hodeemen. had a 34,000 fire on if. 1 jtfonday of last week. - W. D. Kelley is the new post master at Ellis. ' G. W. Kinney, his im "mediate predecessor, resigned. The Norton Courier is kicking savagely at the English sparrows before any of the poor little things reach there. Abilene is' happy again. The -Kansas 'commercial tourists" iave decid ed to hold their meeting in that city next July. In ,tKe booming business in Kan sas this spring Wichita and Topeka are ,the tw...

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. — 26 March 1887

E"25 Tp'' ? "V "j vy H& '-' iiS2TTPr T"S3S . . SSafea - - -a? X cvvs-t- V TO: S ,X -V T VJ? -.-, rs." "- ,i ., -t .tHM!S- f aa Z 5f. r- T .'J il "--i -T" 7.. . - i . .v X - i - - . f T . T. jZrJT',-,. . &ilL M "V - K--. .---- - a r -r '&& ii r K," W . r- - J g f i A V fc Ftf w L'vA , jl r TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. COLLYER CAWINGS. V. V. B-XBOX TIMT1 BLIST WJMT jTMtMall 637A.X 956PW jDy Passenger 138paf 138pm jFrtlffht 310pm 11-25A3C Passengers allowed by permit. -Gollyer, Tbego Co., March 23, 1887. Gophers. .Still campers come. An aged one at rest. Rye is growing fast. Boom for mQro. settlers. No better western county than Trego. Some spring "wheat and alfalfa have "been sown. Go to Siebert's market for salt and smoked meats. 404 "Dare be a Daniel," and "join the tem perance society. The pay car was sidetracked for a while Tuesday morning. Help the Sunday school by being present next Sunday morning. Dr. Teague and family ha...

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. — 26 March 1887

9s.- T pl f kTSt. r ,? ifc. -,. jjMfatj. J -y, fc- ,r 3 K -if f ---j , ft w w K vv . arsr A ; . A V uS " PS h'VV 4 ' i r 1 "V J J .& 'Ov ar .j"- IrV: GENEEALNEWS John W. Davis has accepted the demo cratic nomination for governor of Rhode Island. ,, A lad of 16 years, employed as a messen ger by a Wall street firm, ws sent to a bank with some cash and $29,650 in checks He joined some tramps in Brooklyn, and when the currency was spent they tore np the checks. The entire party is in arrest. The French chamber of deputies has ap proved the bill imposing a duty of 5 francs per kilos on wheat reports. The 600 men who siruck for a 10 per cent advance in pay at the American wire works, Cleveland, Ohio, were paid off and dis charged. LoniB Bieral, who attempted to bill 8. S. Beatiie, surveyor of the poit of J?ew York, last October, has been sentenced to five years in state prison. The government has commerced itssnit agaiDBt the Bell telephone company in the United States court. Nearly ...

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. — 26 March 1887

A M !t- - 'Jm V &v .A-iJ1 v Governor Martin Appoints S. C. Eobb Forestry Commissioner. Topeka Capital, Wednesday. Governor Martin yesterday ' appointed Silas 0. Eobb, of d?rego county, to be commissioner of forestry. This office was created by the last session of the legisla ture, its object being to encourage the planting and growing of forest trees in the state. It will be the duty of the Commissioner Eobb to procure donation of two suitable tracts of land of not less than 160 acres each at points not to exceed three miles from a station on the Union Pacific railway, Kansas division, and on ihe Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe railway, respectively. These tracts shall remain the property of the state, in the event of the continuation of these forestry stations by the state for the period of ten years from the date of their establishment. The commissioner of forestry will estab lish an experimental forest station upon each of said tracts of land, the object of which shall be the...

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