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Page 8 [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 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 2 April 1887

"' J -saaeMMBBBBBsf MHMMBBiiflM Mta - jaav tttPV 1 - ML VifssFsfi Akssssssssss? "T-aV-lSrf-' - f J&J s ilJTf' Jmu Xop-XMdaw - MJfau VmHVmH Bssr ..bbbbbY sW b. a bbbbBi mM ava assWSl aVsV Sft. ssL. v r c r" V t j -sl Wk v !'r7 ssst . m ftr . - t. ft lf-7-t J T ? 4tv & rev a- A- pv? "Nearly- Subscription $3.00 NINTH YEAR r o 2 o w r in &Q S H - X Pi J. S. TOMER, SOUTH OF RAILROAD TRACK. I have opened a general store, where the people can buy at the lowest rate GROCERIES, CLOTHING, Boots and Shoes, HATS 3c CAPS, FLOUR, FEED, ETC X am an old resident of this re gion, and present for your inspec tion a class of good which will not fail to suit my neighbors. Prices k Cqhe ado See Me Anyway. J. S. TURNER. NEWSTORE! Cheapest XXI AAJ. u FOR OLD RELIABLE 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 i Lumber, Posts...

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

rssawfifss Q8P? , v J? "-V7 - 5kSv ? Of j S" P V -s."- i . esssas .. syr i .e..Trrv & - . sv VVj? "t- ff J? t- V"T T359 .HSTir??s ii3s?wfifeSj r.. "Tsrssw" ft-t -h ' -mr-wrwrtrZ!i "i'ryiAs?f Ev J ?r '? W" w 5.. P-5E k - u:j- - "-t jj ' 4-X- ?e ""ft '- JL z & tfrlV Ttf rf g HW WM. OFFICIAL PAPER OF TREgO COUNTY. . 5. TILTON, Editor. Satukday, Apbil 2, 1-887. The Atlantic cable broke on Thursday. The break is near Nova Sco tia. It -will be repaired in a few days. . Geover Cleveland s gorging Jiimself to death has provoked the dis gust of the Topeka Capital. The disgust is natural, we will add. Cleveland has, at last, found a secretary of the treasurer. The new secretary is Judge Maynard, who has been second comptroller of the treasury. The Topeka Capital has been re made the official state paper. The Capi tal is very nearly our ideal of a Repub lican journal at the state capital. We have our objection to it, though. It persists in beginning the name of the grand old Republican...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 2 April 1887

Vfg9-& MOsa? v y . & it I ,srsf SfT f I"- f to IX P. ' u Various Topic ef Interest Presented im a Condensed. Form. The demolition of Newgate haa been abandoned, at least for the present, says the St. Jam? 8 Gazette, and the arrange ment of the sessions hense, which ad joins the prison, has also been post poned. This arises from theuncertaiiity which exists as to the prison t arrange ments of London. Complaints have al ways been made of the inadequacy of the Old Bailey to meet the requirements of the business transacted there. The ac commodation for jurymen and witnesses was notoriously bad. That has now been remedied, but the other improvements which are called for will doubtless have to wait until some definite scheme of re arrangement has been determined upon. The chief argument in favor of the preser vation of botn Newgate and the sessions house is on account of the historical in terest, upon examination this history is by no means ancient. The sessons house, which was bu...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 2 April 1887

v t' kv f - -- r"! ' ' "' !. OFFICIAL PAPER OF TEESO COBHTY. '. 5. TILTON, Editor. , Satubday, April 2, 1887. The Grand Army of the Republic is said to number .800,000 members.- Ik alluding to a recent raking given, Land Commissioner Sparks by the Chicago Time, the Atchison Champion will say: "This queer compound of bad temper and stupidity deserves all he gets from any source." Bill Barlow, of Greeley county, the Register relates, went to "Wallace after a load of goods for Mr. Foster, of Greeley Center. He got a part of the tjoods, started home, stuck in the sands of1 the Smoky, returned to Wallace, bummed awhile, sold one of the mules and harness, and "struck the road," mip posably for the way-on west. ' Ik the following, the LaCrosse Chieftain makes a good talk on a subject of great importance: "By an act of the recent legislature, the date of annual school meetings was changed to the last Thursday in June. This is several weeks earlier than the date under the old law. "All repor...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 2 April 1887

WBB3Snmmr'rrmi IMS! J . . ." Si g ' ." &3 r V7" i& mm ? 7 - v '?rfTXPcv ' T " - Z. ' : m & &i .' vw '5 WSL "V- ,guinter" Guide" Quivers. Misa Jennie Wiggintonjwent tp,Wa jSeeney last Monday afternoon. O. M. Woods and Jno. Dagne visited "Wa-Keeney last week on business. Mrs. John Gresh came up from a .Keeney last Saturday. John now looks as bright as -a big sunflower. Miss Mattie Baker went to "Wa-Keoney last Friday. She will visit friends and relatives at that place for a couple of weeks. We wish her a pleasant visit. Eev. John Ikenberry went to Wa Keeney. last Saturday. He held religious services south of Wa-Keeney on Sunday. Mr. .and Mrs. Geo. L Verbeck, of "Wa Keeney, were in our city last Thursday. Geo. was looking after his lumber inter ests. Mrs. Verbeck is greatly pleased with our beautiful little city, and thinks it has truly been christened the "Eden of the West" CASTLE BOCK BIPPLES. Banner, March 22, 1887. Dry. Breezy. Still they come. The pools of the Hack...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 2 April 1887

aBM t mmxf i 3ft&r $3P& ffrtT mefiim; j;1P5i?r -sg ? -. T 1 :.i- GENERAL NEWS JW. P. Booocb, attorney general of Vir ginia for two terms, died at Lynchburg, Mfd 80 years. It has developed at Jefferson City, Mo., that the general deficiency bill was never en rolled, so it fails. Archbishop Lynch of Toronto, has writ ten an appeal to Lord Bandolph Chnrohill on behalf of the Irish. Ten of the Bald Enobbers attempted to tamnel ont of the Springfield, Mo., jail, but were frustrated by the sheriff. Dispatches from Mackinaw City report the ioe only a foot thick, and predict that the straits will open by April 10. Commissioners appointed by the Masonic Grand lodge of New York have expelled sine objectionable characters from Prud ence lodge among then being JereDunn and Tom Gould. Dry goods dealers held a meeting at New York, to protest against exorbitant freights established by trunk lines. It was deter mined, if found necessary for relief, to ap peal to the interstate commerce comm...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 2 April 1887

sifSs Ts ISCJi: " . - V " " - ' S. ' - - ' " ' ? 6 fe. "S-t E. TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS, Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. COLLYEB CAWINGS. "C. S. ,PiTTirltTi TDfEHBIX. yir TTEST TastHafl.. 657 am 9:56at 3te7 Passenger 138?x liSSPK freight 30pJi U53ak "Passengers sllcnred. by permit I"-" $& Coijotb, March 30, 1887. First flowers. k Tisiting friends. ; New varieties of birds. Some pleasant changes. f . A party planned for April 15. ff Successful Sunday enterprises. ;: ',- The weather prophet heard from. ;'- . The Corps quilting adjourned for one ' week. An unmistakable sign of spring ar rival of a book agent. Visitors to our town express surprise at its size, expecting to find a much smaller place. Money saved and satisfaction guaran teed bv buying your flour of Hollington & Son.' 413-tf "Mirr Brooks, of Wa-Keeney, canvassed our town this week for a Kansas City publication. Miss Grace Burns is preparing for a lengthy visit to Chicago, where she will attend schooL Go...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 2 April 1887

"" IS. ijukirii;? RJL.lJf jr , i-')S '-.'iiiw !sraasx' XfwSt" tes fiZrgStT- , r-a-; tk 'aSsr-ZTVS- 5g C.pJ8'" v,7l v fAl , WWW J-S-?? Aifc- it-iCw ri.f' &"-' .. 5T-. lii ' -- ..7--o. .-iI ,:---tTXT.&k-..' A -t . Z 1Vr. " fwTU fi? L W " T- ". ru If- Lr . ".n C.- v-i, r : ? -mmmm wmr&ri?z -?r r:vs3i sx:f - v rt s -y -tv-v,j g T ' - , f , ... t, ' - .$ .'"'.5' ' w ' X " - ti t' m - ? 1 y -WOMAN. The First Scene of the Kind in Merry France in Fifteen Tears. A woman has been .guillotined in France for the first time in fifteen years, writes a Paris correspondent of the New York World. The circumstances attend ing the execution were horribly revolt ing, as were also, the circumstances at tending the crime. .The woman had murdered her old mother, whom she con sidered a burden on her. She took ev sry' precaution to insure the success of ihe'murder. She first saturated the old 'woman's clothing with oil, then set fire 4o her, and held her down with a long stick while the decrepit...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 9 April 1887

v : T.2J I Ol i t : "Yearly Su.tosoript.ion $3.00 STOCK F-AlyEENO- THH BARTfl OP1 OUR, INIDTTSTRJCS. Single Copy C5 Oemts. fJ53E55' MK'. a) i-"B bbbbv-bw aKBr- , M W . rBM W 'BBrB J Hp .,BTjsBBMejsBSBBBBBBBfc cf sbsbbbbbbbV Eh. bbbbbI awssssiiM B'SBWwkssssBBSBT aae?'BBBBBBi BflBBBBBWsBsBBa I "sT H jBfAjBfljJ bYbbbbbb bbs & bbbbbbbb bbsm bbV assaJ. .CmIzzbaStbbLbbV. P3h"'"5szy bbVjbbV bhBii P bbbbbbbbbY sbwbbbbbh bFbbbbbs .aw bbbbbbj bbISbbbbbbb sbbbbbV. bbbbsbbbv B B " bbbsbsbbI ih bbsbsbsbbbI bb -jSE bfJu- IZ""' 'BBrfciSBT;iF " "" jb t -rftBB.Tj H ma""X i H SQfBSBBBBBBBBBffBjBiiJBB""' -"" m m . . . BBSBBBaweiwBw'"MfcFj""JJMS"Sr"fK ., t Bn K VJkW imL jfcTTpBBS35ff,llg5a PBBjjjBg5gSSP JKflBBB Mil im illlilll llHl 1 I Brx ' """eE::"TrBBBBBBBBBFJBBBB"BWBMMBBMBBB ijp3 ? ; I r n- J ' ear my If t NINTH YEAE. I r o 14 O w r 5 X J. S. TOMER, If ST n SOUTH OF RAILROAD TRACK. .1 have opened a general store, where the people can buy at the lowest rate GROCERIES, CLOTHING, Boots and Shoes, ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 9 April 1887

?ir ? v m& Wi 1?, ?4 w-- V, 'it m. few a. w? I i5' $ t -.' t.i . srr : 7:i tr -W. t t... . -r - -J . TSSfr. 2-2JFMLM' 5iA ,wk WW .,r j a, j 3P 'WtfWTO WWW OFFICIAL PAPSaOFTBEGOCQgirTY. , 5. TILTON, - - - - ,- - fA'tor. Saturday, Apsil9, 1887. TBUE. True io our prediction of last -week, "Wilson the bilious he of the Wallace Register let up for one time in his per sonal attacks upon us in order to call the commissioner of forestry up there. The call did not count, it seems, and in his next issue the old man belched at us the regulation belch of rot. This time he goes further, and in his imbecile ravings declares that Trego county jwants the for estry to make up for the government land office, -which she feels that she is about to lose! Oh! Eats, old bum; may n't Wa Keeney have the land office one more day? THE CITY ELECTION. At the city election last Monday the wo tickets were different to the extent of nly two men, and there was no real issue concerning the future municipal gover...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 9 April 1887

5ES5E5MESSWK5 rw imEX.TE W53".r" uI"' rr-' "jrr"?" m s.jTi.j,'ij3'-r,A' ;V . V " -J - ,r "'" ? w"i ?XT jcirv-jK kPjin ss&sm , ,3i? Vrn'-;-? ? j 7$3.t T ; 'j-TMjpiuaMBjip! BMTyww rlWUMI d " t Eir a i'- .& . r' -- u. su & i b"5 &-" r . THE GOVERNMENT CLERK. Wljr Tkere la so Macb. Unsatisfactory Work im the Itopartraents at Waanlnartoo Aged sued. Helpless Employes. An old zaan oommitted suicide here the oilier day because after twenty years service under the government he saw nothing for his old age but the poor house writes Washington correspond ent of the Philadelphia Becord. This little incident has drawn the attention of 'the thoughtful (there are thoughtful people in Washington, though you might not thiok it) anew to the problem which must be solved before stable civil ser vice, with all the improvements in ad ministration which that would make possible, can be established. The just reason why the public service here in Washington does not get better men and better...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 9 April 1887

Eh $ ffft RU &.- !LV & t 1W r& - ? s , ?j n -fi;- V ? &hfcv tP I fJKS- ;W Ff'tff &M ' fflttfitf OFFICIAL PAPES OF TREGO C0U3TY. W. 8. TILTON, - Editor. $AT?QBDAY, APEIL 9, 1887. The Gazette calls Abi&ne e Belle of the Smoky Hill. If; .is now in order for the Salina Journal to.say what Salina is! . v. r" The Democrats are in a- hopeless ,minority in Ness (Sty. The Sentinel, the Democratic organ dpwn .there, .has been correspondingly solicitous to 'guard against machine government," Oakley, Logan county, is ,to have a $4,000 school house, permission for the f;.3wtricfe to vote the bonds having been . given by the legislature, the past winter. "We admire this .determination on the .part of the Oakleyites. WjB sy to anybody who may have a notion of setting up in the Jiquor business without taking out a permit, - Don't dp it! The new temperance law would .punish you as severely as if you $mn;to violate the law after having taken Isilwif a permit under its provisio...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 9 April 1887

wKwim&mm '3!iMmmsa-wpx hhsw! -u&a mmmr mamrBnmiteiwaHmkmsBBmtmBammisi "-.."''! jwewbbbbhsw -5 -,. V V f B? if. "!- rf WiWlOTfe .V1 ' rrfc" svvj i-p??.r?T;"i . sj . - ?mJ K. V ;i' & ; i r r ek ?7 pfc B r ANOTHER MESS OP SPABKS. , ta v - fe This Time He Strikes at Land At- Y torneys. DEPABTMENT OF THE INTEBIOB, GENEBAIi ItAND OFFICER Washington, IX 0., March 19, 1887. J JEegistera and Becelvers U. 8. Land Offices, Gentlemen:- From and after the 15th -day of April, 1887, you will not recognize any attorney or agent for claimants or other parties to any proceedings before you until he has complied with the fol lowing regulations: L An attorney-at-law who desires to represent claimants or contestants before your office shall file a certificate, under the seal of a United States, State or ter litorial court for the judicial district in which he resides or the local land office is situated, that he is an attorney in good standing. 2. Any person (not an attorney-at-law) who desi...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 9 April 1887

-jwAfisj, c 'i ivjsi-.v,i5:: " swr2ir-ifii wi? u " : V-3 v - v V ", V - . J, ssssfc&u, ii T. 7 v - t 4 &Tt && r . , iv- V ?jn "cr w1 2-i rfcj '".j-T'.f-' ?! -S ,CV sH"- i" '"'"Kt wfmT ' - - -4Wr ltfeF& ;t X- M - - ..-,.. --.- L.-i'' - - - ,--- r j , --- idrrf a ' " " -- 'V . VtM. t 1 Jf -. IT . v y "v.--.- y?5 wHr s? U: R&. t,, tf&" v' i ;.s"t BK"? a xxw coow He to trie." . Chicago ociauwti. wenxmo oxlaioxa, a. MucxLidirg prixst. I f Bt. Cele, of Africa, Jump ob to Free Masoary Wit Both, Feet. " ' Gxzoigo. March 8L The Bot. J. A. Oole, of Sierra Ijaone, Africa, m the central fig ure at the convention of churches and chris tians to-day. He is stoat and unattractive, Hack as the night, thick lipped, low browed, heavy featured. Oole is the typical African. There was little intelligence in his face, but before he had spoken five minutes this morn img he showed such an extensive command of the English language, suoh a pioturesque use of words and wit so bri gh...

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. — 9 April 1887

mmkhmmimwmhmmmmmmm&mmm P'tSISSSSS 's fNrfoWMB - T-mmmMmrr; tmsmmm 47 . :; - : -; 7 ;imm r TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up fay the "World's" Rustling Reporters. COLLYER CAWZNGS. V. P. KATLBOID ZOEETAKI2. EAST KBR FutMail 6:3721 9:56pac Da j Pasenger l-8?x 158pm freight 3:Opm 1123ji.3 Passengers allowed by permit. CoiiiiTEB, April 6, 1887. Loco leafing. Wanting rain. Warm and -windy. y ; Land bnyers here. Fast horses appear. AiW people at service. Spring millinery has arrived. 01dBoreas wept on Sunday. George Smith and family left for Hays City last week. Go to Siebert's smoked meats. market for salt and 40i W. H. Burnham has sold his homestead to James Power. Fires have raged north of the Saline most of the week. The Grand Army men held their reg ular meeting last Saturday. On Saturday, April 16, will occur the regular meeting of Collyer Corps. Money saved and satisfaction guaran teed by buying your flour of Hollington &Son. 413-tf A gentleman from Illinois purchased James P...

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. — 9 April 1887

:A-f "..' ira-rs P ' u- - -.. -t -Tf"wr"T'- 'i. 'iirt-j t!ii4: i ijr -.i-i. . j-t, w 2$r "!$ &r ysr rV, i -i A i1 t mr !& 1. ttfe? fS&l" - &J7 &J fV Re &- H& PV nfi: j -4 w Y !' , P&. JJT Tf j 1 '.- A54 4 1 '4 V -, 3eJ -." ' "TOO MAHT OIT Wt- ia, Ii there too many of we V xba uwie girl asked witu a sign, Pexfeaps you. wouldn't be tired, you see, IS a few of your childa could dio." JBM wu only three years old the one "Who spoke in that strange, ead "way, Jta ahe saw her mother's impatient frown At the children's boisterous play. i were a half dozen who round her stood, And the mother was sick and poor. Warn out with the care of the noisy brood And fight with the wolf at the door. JFer a smile or a kiss no time, no place ; For the little one, least of all ; JUtsL the shadow that darkened the mother's face O'er the young life seemed to f alL i thouchtful than any. she felt more care. And. pondered in cniidisn way Sow to lighten the burden she could not s...

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. — 16 April 1887

HssbbK' nsHBwiwh sVbbssbbt B bmIh htKp Fsbbbbm flrasBBBBsmm b Vh BbssbbI B u sanssBBB bV h ssmw j -fciBWEp3Bi--ik ByjJrAijifi m flsBBBBBBsr ssrBBmvss sbsbbbbsf aw bbbsbbI bbkbbbbsb bbbbbV. bm . sa msssmf B bbbbbbbb & WJH kv I ic ft Etf v r K? c Yearly Sutosortption. $a.OO NINTH YEAH. ra w o I I o 2 X 5 2 S. " --. . sjy SVc'.- 'A, iiJffWir J. S. TURNER, MST SOUTH OF RAILROAD TRACK. I have opened a general store, where the people can buy at the lowest rate GROCERIES, CLOTHING, Boots and Shoe, HATS 3c O-AJFS, FLOUR, FEED, ETC I am an old resident of this re gion, and present for your inspec tion a olass of goods which will not fail to suit my neighbors. Prices lie Cheapest ! CweaiiSeeHeAiyway. J. 8. TURNER. .j-. --&" ' JLXJ. AX FOR OLD RELIABLE AT ODX-jX-i LOU A. FISHER Has the best stock of goods in Trego Co, Two Good Clerks "that ban 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. Liakr, Pos...

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. — 16 April 1887

:- te i3 & r v JS ;,f , -" ,-Wi'i. 5 Sg; St; OFFICIAL PAPER OF TSEfiO COUITY. W. S. TILTON, Editor. Satueday, April 16, 1887. -33. L. Ferris lias been at Topeka this week. . Col. Morgan is back from Ness City, where he was the fore part of the week Frank Danford, the able lawyer, has been at Dighton this week, attending district court The forensic effort of Eev. Mahaffee at the Methodist church last Sunday is well spoken of. Richard Hathaway is on the way to 3$es3 county to-day. He expects to re--turn to-morrow. It. has been showery this forenoon. The wind is in the southeast,Jand warm, growing weather is promised, Lemuel Belding, an old-time resident of this county, has been in town this week, looking after a business matter. Captain Carson drops in with a re port that he and other members of his family planted fifteen trees on Arbor Day. The city is building a sidewalk. across the avenue from McOlaren's build ing to the northwest corner of The Cleve land. The style of numberin...

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. — 16 April 1887

Tr-7W HE "?" "- V,"l J'jrwi-T 'M TCCi:'-" . iiTCTrlJ- - W.w'.'r T'WT3ff?W"aaW?r5ra6aHe3FSirav1-a.' V - "- CFAT. SJESKIf i UWJIIIMMaULJ it - - v - :na. - a. "v" i& fmn: wji- ?4kz?-&&-l iizry V1 V. ftfl-i S. i-.h rJT t . f i& kfe THOUGHTFUL THOUGHTS. Lovers remember everything. There must ever be a place for vir tue. An open countenance, but close thoughts. A man's folly ought to be his great est secret. Ingratitude and misfortune make men imperious. Before you make a friend, eat a peck of salt with him. Admiration, when not guided by rea son, is ridiculous. A good man cares not for the re proofs of evil men. A handful of common sense is worth a bushel of learning. It is the nature of a man to hate those whom he has injured. The greatest business is that which has the longest continuance. Trust no secrets to a friend which, if reported, would bring infamy. Speak little, and speak well, if you would be looked upon as a man of merit. If we had no faults ourselves, we sho...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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