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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 4 June 1887

yWmWM; iiS - N i' fi 'Vr i 3 "'4 "arf - " sf .!f "" fc " ( " " ".' B R GENERAL NEWS The fight between Mitchell, of 8an Francisco, and Jack Hall, the Australian pmgilJBt, at Sydney, ended in a draw, forty six rounds having been fought. M. Meseorier, who was elected a deputy from Paris against Gen. Bonlanger, is a socialist. Mrs. Alexander Mitchell, of Milwaukee, will, it is said, contest the will of her late husband. The will gives her $200,000 in bonds, the homestead with its contents and belongings free from taxes or assess ments during her life, and an annuity of $60,000. Secretary Lamar declares that all the rail road indemnity land will be thrown open to settlement just "as soon as the depart ment is in possession of information that will enable it to act intelligently." He also announces his intention to sweep away the numerous leases of Indian lands by cattle men, all of whion were made wi'hout authori ty of law. It seems, after all, that the secretary is really "in dead earne...

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. — 4 June 1887

IMIWRyHgWLVUJMkra&gBHH V. ? aU.Z v a " W ' ' .- f Vii. "i'. jp v A f - - . Ijfi&S s 4J iltSFWa V to g b- Z4 !-: tv, TRA-NSPEBS Of Eeal Estate in Trego County for the "Week Ending Wednesday, June 1. Beported by James C. Heilig, Abstracter and Con veyancer, Pennsylvania Building, Wa-Keeney Kansas. Austin, North & Annitage to Frauds Shollenberger and M. E. Finton n Bee 17, 1 13, r 23. 1,984.00. "William Funk to Belle Morse lot 20, block 17, Wa-Keeney. 800. Beunion and Dinner. On Tuesday the Baptist denomination held at their church in this city their first annual reunion. They also took dinner there. Bev. Mi. Walker delivered an ad dress, reviewing the progress of the Bap tist denomination in this city. In May, 1886, there were only fourteen members. Now there are forty-two, with the im mediate prospect of six more by letter. The reunion was largely attended by the members, and was a marked success. H. & H. T. P. Hill, Esq., late clerk in the U. S. land office at Wa-Kee...

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. — 4 June 1887

?j WJ 5 !&- !V" ? 2?-4te' W 'J- .4?, C5l j. jc; rf rA l ' fH- '-W ?J H l.l RP it I rv t r p- r Iv fr8 W Justice Last. BY K. A. KIXEY. Netta Eoberis was an orphan, and not wax heiress. A lovely face and a guileless heart, coupled withpoeriy and a sensitive seal, often, very often, renders the pos sessor miserable. Netta Roberts might have been very miserable had there been no such person as Frank" Martin in exist ence; but there was a Frank Marti and he and Netta had been lovers from their child hood up. So when Netta was, at one fell swoop, deprived of both parents and left a sorrowing, penniless orphan, Frank Mar ian came forward, like the true man that he was, and offered to shield her from the rough blasts of adversity by making her the mistress of his home and the wife of his bosom. Netta's pride might have made her hesi tate to accept this offer, notwithstanding she loved Frank dearly, had she not known o well that Frank had always loved her in return, and that the offer ha...

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. — 11 June 1887

"5Teazly Sutosoription $a.OO STOCK PAJR,MrNO THE BASIS OP OT7R, INDUSTRIES. Single Copy B Cents. vs r. Nf re - NINTH TEAR. tt 5 -I X m 8 JsHHEilMHHH- J. S. TURNER, H SOUTH OF RAILROAD TRACK. X 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. I am an old resident of this re gion and present for your inspec 'Moo a class of good which will not fail to smit my neighbors. Prices tlte Cheapest ! Cue ub See Me Anyway. . J. 8. TURNER. HHSr AA FOR OLD RELIABLE AT COI jXj LOU A. FISHER Has the best stock of goods in Trego Go. 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, BarM Wire and Coal A Specialty. Come and see all the New Settler at LOU A. FISHER'S, Gollyer, - BREAD, Fief and Cakes of all kinds, ED. BANNISTER lie Diir west tf Ik dntrcM HW, OPPOSITE THE DEPOT. LUHGH AT I...

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. — 11 June 1887

-' ffaiffi&Ksm rr ' z o sr' ?- -" " "C - 1 -"Hi JfW Zfr i ,C '' 4& r A ffjf 1 'i v- 1 a -?LJt "5 - ' 1 , 4. f t? t V SHtotfww ma WML ,OFFICIAL PAPER OP TEEGO COUITY. W. 8. TILTON, Editor. Satubday, June 11, 1887. EMi ProclaiM. ' STATE OF KANSAS, ) Couhty or Tbego. J Tho 8toto of Kansas to all whom these presents shall como, greeting: Know yo that I. tho undersigned, sheriff of Trego connty, Kansas, by virtne of tho authority In me vested, and by order of tho Hon- Board of Commis sioners of Trego county, do by this proclamation give public notice that on TUESDAY, JULY 12, 1887, Thoro will be held a special election in the sevoral townships of Trego county for tho purpose of voting on the proposition to bond tho county of Trego in the sum of $35,000 for the purpose of building a court bouse and jail in said county. Polling places will bo as follows: Wa-Koenoy township In Wa-Keeney and at Will cox P. O. Collyer township In town of Collyer and at Uanner P. O. Ogalloh township At...

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. — 11 June 1887

psawqsigpsll ;"S Jft, N? Hr- fr l vs. si A- i DYSPEPSIA j aee raeatea-d larKajjMDeeiiiie. awoll u iliiiliiM im eoraDlaiiit. II ft toads, by impairing nutrition, and de- tone Of in arssem, V3 pzepaiv uw way BR0w7i 5 fiK -vi Mtn - --i a n ' m ls -THE BEST TONIC ? QnIcHj Kid completely Cares Dyspepsia in H fu form. I earth an, Belchta. Tastta the Feed, tie. It enrich and pannes the blood,inin lates thaaDoetit. and aids the titiMn of food, IClBS StTA If KIBIT.t Pan " . "Fof "the paat two year I hare soffored with Djwpepds In an acgrarated form. Moat all kinds of foot causing xae mach distress. I tried rarious remedies without relief. I bare used Brown'a Iron Bitters for twa Btonthsaad am cured. Can now at with impunity." Mb. F. Mocsxax, Topeka, Kan., says: "I Buf fered greatly with Dyi pepaia. I used radons reme diaa without benefit. Brown'a Iron Bitters has con Sjetelj cured ma of this distressing; complaint. Geauine baa abore Trade Mark and crossed red Unas on wrapper. Take as ether. ...

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. — 11 June 1887

fC g f-b.' 1X . m p i. I K mutm www-ww. OPHCIAlf APER OF TRE60 COUHTT. y. 5. rz.roiv, rffor. Satubday, Jmra 11, 1887. Lehoba had a 40,000 fire on Monday of last week. Oakley .talks of incorporating as a city of the third class. There is a daily hack line be tween Oakley and Kussell Springs. The Hays brick lain, the Free Press says, is going to be burnt with ,coaL Stephen Abel, of Ness county, has been taken to the insane asylum at Topeka. A patent has been granted to T. Beverly, of Ellis, for the invention of a tube-expander. . The Norton Champion, it affords .us pleasure to notice, is about to have a building of its own. Dad Hobert has left the Russell Springs Record. Dad was a daisy the little time he did bloom! Kansas, young as she is, furnishes governors for two territories Eoss, New Mexico; Moonlight, Wyoming. On the 16 inst., the old settlers o Smith and Phillips counties are to hold a meeting at Scott's Grove, on the line separating the two counties. We are under obligations ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 11 June 1887

tJh S Jrt ,- , .- m ir?T?iar4t O tv - ! V a TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. COLLYER. CAWINGS. XT. P. RAILBOAD TQCB TABIjC EAST 'WEST TaetMall ft37ix Wpm Day Passenger .... . 1:38pm 138pm Freight 3.40 at 11:25 am Passengers allowed by permit. ColiiTEB, Jane 8, 1887. Finley is again able to be Miss -about. a If rumor bo true, there is an unusual activity in the matrimonial market. Miss V. Welch's maiden lecture Sun day evening was highly complimented. i Pension day and a meeting of the G. A. R. brought the soldiers to town last Saturday. L. A. Fisher came down from Oakley Thursday noon to look after his business interests here. Hard rains visited us Thursday and Saturday nights, and the growth in the crops is very marked. Many persons, with "their sisters, their cousins and their aunts," attended the W. C. T. IT. entertainment The Misses York and Mrs. G. W. Kess ler kindly furnished beautiful bouquets for the W. C. T. TJ. entertainment. Miss Brook...

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. — 11 June 1887

'?. ?? t-4' J PAX W4 :" N w it j y ! , ! &' & GENERAL NEWS A Bcbezne is on foot to ooneolidate all the cattle interests of the northwest into a single corporation, that ill control about $15,000, 000 worth of cattle and grazing lands. The usual argument in favor of enterprises of this character that it is absolutely neoes sary to prevent "ruinous competition," etc. ip urged by it3 projectors, and seems to have m ide a profound impression upon the minus of the ranch owners. The prospect : i that the scheme will be' consummated, and another colossal monopoly created, to evy tribute on the American people. An official statement ssto the condition of the crown prince of Germany, which has just been made, affords little reason to an ticipate his recovery. The excitement over the railroad question in Manitoba is increasing. At "Winnipeg, Sir George Stephen and Mr. Van Home, of the Canadian Pacific, were burned in effigy. Proposals for building the new railway will be advertised fo...

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. — 11 June 1887

70- SSSSTSW!55" &Sl -2" if zgrf yM' - r-1 ,i-'j!l 3S-!5- -sTSJi pff vrt Jtj ? j tjS - r A Av$ " . i, 'ff1"'- " TMfiW'5 ? -V JS. m ?3.S3; w- hi s-?r LtfK '. '4 -JIL ka- a fc -ST- rjft -v a. !f b IP frX. 'Vl5 ife COMMISSIONEBS, WOKK. MONDAY. Fall board on deck. Action was taken in regard to tares of Joseph Marks, J. P. Marquand, H. P. Neilsen, H. L. Olson and Jj. Hengst OHJESDAY. The valuation of A. C. Frick's livery barn was lowered to $700 for 1887. W. S. Mead's barn was ordered as sessed at $900 for this year. Henry Robinson asked that the valua tion on south K sec. 12, t 12, r. 24, be altered as follows: On w K sw M "rot ation to be made $100; on e,K & M and w K se M valuation to be made $800, and on e J se valuation to be made 100. So ordered by the board. In the case of F. M. Morgan regarding valuation of ne andnw Bec 30, 13, 23, it was ordered that the nw be assessed -at $400, and the ne U at $200, this quar ter being unimproved. It was ordered that the valuation of lot...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 11 June 1887

MHBWPWiPWPI &, rtSSBS. 1 - .rv ' VC I f FV Rfe At it. "1 M f ., & w ft. J5c "1 -t J. S r 14' - c? ,ife SPEECH OELIVEKEO BY SENATOR JOHN SHERMAN, AT SPRINGFIELD, IIX., JUNE 1, 1887. Am Elegant Tribute to the Achievements fthoJRepubilcan Party A Scathing: Ke iew of the Performances of the Demo eratie Party Since 1860-The issuea of the Campaign of 1888. Fellow Citizens, Ladies and Gentlemeni It iB with unaffected diffidence that I so .eepted the invitation of offioeis and mem bers of the legislature of Illinois to speak to vou here on the political issues of the day, -for I know that they have been presented to you by many eminent statesmen and ora tors of your state in a far more attractive manner than I could hope to copy. D"f regarded this invitation as a call of public doty, and I hope to catch some of the in spiration that eprings from this tomtain of political intelligence. And now that I have .. ..- k how TOAf, vnn here, ana nave leen received 'so cordially, I do not reg...

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. — 18 June 1887

"'Vs 1 1 iibi if v ii i1JinnAYv n MMSaiK . sfirmv Hism mw - w-" w" HH H H .H H H H H V H HH . H Km K H M. HB H . flHHHTaHHHHHHHHHHHkZB W Jj- -HB . T i H H K ' H H H H P H m & te "5Tearly Sutosoription $S.OO NINTH YEAK. 1 fs -i r o W ?Q 1 n O w r z c7 g "- ?, ijfffflb J.S.TURM, B SOUTH OF RAILROAD TRACK. I hava opened a general store, where the people can buy at the lowest rate GROCERIES, CLOTHING, Boots and Shoes, FLOUR, FEED, ETC tain an old resident of this re gion, and present for your inspec tion a olaas of goods which will not fail to suit my neighbors. Prices me Cheapest ! Cohe aid See Me Aiyway. J. S. TURNER. tM -" m wr XX FOR OLD RELIABLE 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. BR...

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. — 18 June 1887

&TG5t wawem F4?sS?Sja7a jasTOasw -libv A j,j ,- ""I. bMl " X r fe?i?V; SPSS?! sksSbksssssB&s ?f-w ,,s7w?f?r3i!Pipffs5i 5 - & w. F$ Astern 8wiw;WflMl OFFICIAL PAPE1 OF TIEfiO COUITY. WS. TlhTON, Editor. Satueday, Jnara; J8, 1887, 8TATE OF KANSAS, Comm of Tbkqo. ) ' -The State of Kansas to all whom these presents shall come, greeting: Know ye that I, the undersigned, sheriff of Trego county, Kansas, by virtue of the authority Jn me vested, and by order of the Hon. Board of Commis sioners of Trego county, do by this proclamation give public notice that on TUESDAY, JULY 12, 1887, There will be held a special election in the several townships of Trego county for the purpose of voting on the proposition to bond the county of Trego in jthe sum of $35,000 for the purpose of building a court house and jail in said county. Polling places will be as follows: TjftwKeeney township In Wa-Keeney and at Will poiP. 0. " Collyer township In town of Collyer and at Bonner P. O. " Ognlloh to...

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. — 18 June 1887

$F&?: PPIvfl 4 s-w- ? ;& .1 c iPf 'wpmwwmmn,&fF:v . n . Aif,feiy--gS8j'liVHafflargTfc-apj5ia s ' ii iwi'if1 ftiin n i mm m f ihihiii . aiiMiiwf WMid ' i n "cwivnuHtN" -- m j T&5.8a&m y$ m i . V f -' ' IT iSAPURBYVESETABLfPRERMMTIOMl 5ENNA-IMN0RAKE-BUCHU C OTMOI EqMAUYOTlCIOn-BBHEWS. It has ftood we Tert of Tears, in cartas; all Disease or to BLOOD, LIVES, STOM ACH, KLD1TEY8,B0W- ELS.fcc. ItParifiMtae Blood, Invigorates tad BITTERS manses in njntnu TJ78FEFSIA.C0BT8TI- CURES PATIOIT. JAUXDIC2, IU.D1SEASES0FTME BICEEEADACHX,BIL- LIVER IOiriCOMPLAIHTS.ftc dif appear at one nndsr KIDNEYS its Dsnencuiinnnsac. STOMACH AND It if purely a Medicine ai iti cathartic proper ties forbids its use as a beverage. It is pleas ant to the taste, and as easily taken by child BOWELS! ta.qXT byS AllDRJJGGfSTSI ren as adults. PRICKLY ASH BITTERS CO iPRinrinniiARl Sole Proprietor, St.Louxs and Kashas Gztx FOR AliL DISORDERS OF THE Stomach, Liver Dr and Bowels pacific ss BTTtXCTTJLrX' VE...

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. — 18 June 1887

5?3 MASSES5 H3h? SS"r ""RS 'i:a ' i f. t?i Ji'T-'1 n;i wssseSfPtsto i I Hi I I i Ml I ill II ' lUM'il in III I HUM I II Iillill i I iPi HUH II I II I Will ! I HI l 111! I iillM I il I m I in I II I III illllMHI I1WIMHI I MI1MIWII I Wlil Wll Milll IMIMM1W1I IW1MIWI HMP'I I W ilWM Wttbnr Santa WrtM. OFFICIAL PAPER OF TREGO COUITT. W. 8. TILTJON, - Editor. Satueday, Juke 18, 1887. i. Nobton has a pop factory The Courier says it supplies a large demand from surrounding towns. . i Ness City, the News boasts, has Jiad a religions boom. The boomers were sharp enough to fcnow that no place else needed one worse. A-nt extra session of congress will probably be called for .October. Abilene Gazette. What in thunder does October want with such a thing as that? The shades of reason were falling fast as through the head of the Ness City Scpiincl editor passed a legend: "Cleve land's is a 'progressive administration.'" That do settle it! Beingman, the Chief relates, has left Kirwin. He kept a rest...

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. — 18 June 1887

? Bi e" .- "Wj5iSefc3i s .ntf fS -!H3-S r 3' Hvie'i-S'-'-t-i&.-. Vi' '" , - , - '. w ,5! Vi' $fV2 . !V " JjO''&i- V A- " "'viil"--8- c?1"- J5.f 'T: :L-gi . aa'jrjggt ivyjsss;-ijSiltgarrC' LwV5 TO b-3,- Kir 62 -J TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. COLLYEB, CAWTNGS. U. P. JtAXLROXD TIHEK12I& EAST FastMall 6:37am Day Passenger 138pm Freight 3:40pm Passengers allowed by permit. WKBT 138 pm 11:25 am Collyeb, Jane 15, 1887. . More rain. . Yucca in bloom. Potato blossoms. Another sick one. Wild flowers plenty. Creeks running fulL ,m - Summer vacation here. A wedding anniversary. Eye over three feet high. New school houses appear. A change at the depo expected. Mr. John Burns is some better. Annual school meeting June 30. Finn for the annual school meeting. New potatoes are brought to town. "Who will be candidates for school treasurer? Mrs. Miles, mother of druggist Miles, is quite sick. Collyer school will close June 25, with an exhibition. Im...

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. — 18 June 1887

m2.&m&mMm,miJ''ita$7,?2mm3mm&&' .romsmsssmimjf r-jr-'-" 'i'?3mzg5G& "?N, V r " -, -. J- ' j, J, ' - " . V . - -v k -r f&Z-&tA. ..vy? 6 i -!b SS 4. n't s & 5 X H 1 Jl :i GENERAL NEWS: The German bark Elsa was found in the ftiglish flhannel crewlesB and badly disabled. It is supposed she had been damaged by a ooUiaion. The late of the crew has not transpired. ""The EngliehTpteamehip Caetleford went shore in a fog off the Scilly islands, and it is believed will prove a wreck. The earl of "Winehfleea and Nottingham dead at the age of 72. The next convention of the American Bankers' association will be held at Pitts burg on October 12 at d 13. "One death from yellowf ever and no new cases," says the bulletin from Key West. The Saginaw consolidation bill has passed both houses of the Michigan legislature. The senate parsed the university appropria tion bill over the governor's veto, and killed the graded railroad fare bilL The appropri ations will exoeed th...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 18 June 1887

HgjKBfewgW 3' N vv- ari .f v -. 4. Ki .; & jps, jV; "af" u A . t .t : - "UaftHfli" -. & -J $ hJ . ffhr i K ?, Vi The Fourth. It is too late to make the necessary pre preparations for the elaborate celebration of the Fourth at Wa-Keeney this year. Nevertheless, we are in favor of a cele bration. Our neighbors in the country never should be forgotten. Those of them who are easily tributary to Wa Keeney are apt to feel that they should be afforded the opportunity to bring their families to this place on that day, with the certainty of their witnessing the floating of the grand old flag and other appropriate exercises. The Woman's Christian Temperance Union at this place have taken the pre liminary steps in preparing for this cele bration, but they want the men to come out and do their part. A meeting for this purpose should be held at the earliest practicle moment. The action of of the W. 0. T. U. should be ondorsed and emphasized. A Great Speech. The argument of County Attorne...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 18 June 1887

THE OLD APPLE TUT- BT J. P. Ih The golden sun wa sinking within the far-off As teath the anplo tree in the yard my grandpa sat at rest; . . - - a The dew was gently falling, the hirds had ceased And nature everywhere sent forth the tender Bhoots of spring. TCoath the apple tree, on a. rustic, sat grandpa with his cane, And watching the cattle coming home along the dusty lane; And the golden rays of sunlight fell on His sil- I stood and watched in silence the light so strangely fair. Then I said : "Grandpa, the sunlight that steals through yon thick bough Makes the hair look just like silver threads mat lie upon your brow." His mind began to wander back to the by-gone, past, ., And he said, "Oh, Willie, 'tis strangely queer that things do change so fast! " lis forty years or more, I guess, since this tree wbb planted here ; Twaa but a tender sapling then, but now it shelters me ; Tis growing still, and healthy yet, its leaves are green and fair. But ah, alas I tima's silvery frosts h...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 25 June 1887

P - 3 HKv:;1 -K ili OJ HI 4HEJVlmwifcv BIT V-lllI kWHil P s!Jsr'ssm L Iff . lfcC HI IRk llrHi.v. flni lrtSJ'ldBKBi!Hv W PS , "5rarly Su."bsoriptiozx $2.00 STOCK P,.AJR,:&INGr TECH B-4lSIS Oin OUR. IN3DXJSTR,IB3S. Single Copy S Gexits. NINTH YEAR. WA-KEENEY, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1887. NUMBER 18 ZX2 5 X jyM!jfcAWfeMMK' I J i i ! r J. S. TURNER, nnrsr X E SOUTH OF RAILROAD TRACK. I hava opened a general store, where the people can buy at the lowest rate GROCERIES, i. CLOTHING f&i. Boots and Shoes, V '- FLOlJltt FEED. ET& j, . -Ji - , - ,- amanold.'rtsiinof M re " gion, andpreoeotforyour ipeo Upp cla ofiobds whista will l no nux to my.neintwre. -wr r i&wU rt C. U. MWUU mo ott Mcjutiipi. TURNER. S---" i rlncesi !gr j " vfcifie T&; s -WIK, 0 l s T- . "- .IF U" &z - "325.i" SR W rfiav; wa "S '4 5Pc- l"' Itfu. Ifl A? K ?? tf i3" SUE& iJ S5- aWSWI'ffS, :B t ? ' mo IQUlll mi LI THOMAS CADDICK. ITdMENERAL MERCHANT. y. FOR THE OLD RELIABLE MIRCHMT AT COLLYER i ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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