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WESTERN KANSAS WORLD. SUPPLEMENT.
WA-KEENEY, KANSAS, SATURDAY, NOV. 7, 1885..
Collyeb, November 4.
Better times ahead.
Another market soon.
Some sickness reported.
Not bad November weather.
Some demand for town lots.
Our well borers at Wa-Keeney.
No sore candidates in these parts.
Heavy frosts the last fewmDruings.
Service last Sunday poorly attended.
Watch for the Catholic entertainment.
Actual settlements a daily occurrence.
rJ?he long looked for town boom is here.
Household goods now come into, not
go out of, the country.
The constant ieceipt of freight keeps
Agent PunipliFey on the alert.
Only one prairie fire far to the south
and another to the west of town of late.
The herd law is. entirely forgotten by
few farmers, much to rhe annoyance ot
' Who will lead off in an effort to secure
the railroad's consent to stop the fast
Aii-inff Trivia wlin 1ms been livinsr at
Mr. Smith's, reuirnel to eastern Kansas
For certain reasons, the ladies thought
it would be unuroritable to servo election
day dinners, and the idea was abandoned.
tfr. Sheets has purchased a, location in
town, wbere he will soon erect some mill
machinery for grinding corn meal, coin
What kind of wild animal enters poul
trv houses to choose the Vhite chickens
and then carefully secuies the door whan
Business at Oakley has been so rushing
that lor some time L. A. Fisher has had
both E. A. Hanchet and son employed in
his store at that place.
It is to be hoped that the days for
waiting for corn feed to be shipped in are
neir at an end, and that in the near fu
ture the supply will equal the demand.
The shed kitchen of the old section
house, which was lecently purchased by
Mr. Bower, was moved to town on Satur
day, and will be fitted up as a lesideaee.
Charles Harris left the home of O. T.
Birkeland Thursday morning, for the
East, with the intention of visiting a few
oi the towns between here and Kansas
Thomas Bundy has secured a home
stead in southeastern Sheridan county,
and expects to have his wife with him
again in a short time His daughter will
remain in Nebraska for the piesent.
One would have thought woman suf
frage had been legalized when they saw
thonumber of ladies in town on election
dav. And why should they not have
been allowed to help their sister candi
date? Election dav passed off very quietly.
AIsssis J. W.'Kyle, B. O. Richards and
Joseph Brown acted as judges, aud there
was not as much interest manifested as at
the primary, and not quite as many votes
Collver's neAV post-master has decided
to move the post-office into the hotel, and
as soon as he receives his commission and
eaters upon his official duties ho will
change the office to the room now occu
pied as the hotel parlor. I
It brings many a bright smile when
Mis. LeBion informs her friends that her
sister, Miss Kate McDonald, is expected
here this month. Miss McDonald has a
long list of acquaintances in this locality,
whocan iccall only pleasant memories of
her visit here a few oars ago.
Mrs. G. W. Kessler and Miss Perlie
took an outing on Tuesday, after more
than a week of confinement at home by
sickness, which took the form of sore
throat. Other members of the family
were also affected by the same trouble,
but all are now able to fill their social
" positions, from which they were much
missed by their friends.
As hnHi thfi ladies of the Catholic so
ciety and W. R. C were "souls with but a
single tnongni as regarueu a pirij iu
Hollington's new building, the latter
withdrew in favor of the former, and will
In.liidually assist in the efforts to raise
funds for improving the Catholic house
.Mr. Lord and family, of Bureau coun
ty, Illinois, arrived with their c.-.r-load of
goods on Monday. They have purchased
a tent, and are located in town, where
they will remain until a house can be
built upon their claim, which joins Wm.
H. Burnham's land. The Ca wings be
speaks a heaity welcome for a family
which piomises to make so agreeable an
addition to tlie community.
A rennrt was in circulation last week
that James Byrnes was to open a third
jjeueral store in Collyer, bnt that L. A.
Fisher was the ''power behind the throne,"
and that unexpressed hope prevailed that
the post-office could be secured in the
same building. Your correspondent does
not vouch foi the truth of the above, but
L. A. is usually long-sighted in business
matters, and the idea is not so bad a one,
if it could be successfully executed.
Mrs. Thomas Bamsden surprised her
friends by coming down from Denver
bv way of Wa-Keeney on Saturday. She
had the pleasure of being carried past her
destination, bec.mso the fast train would
not stop here, aud she couid have well
exclaimed, as tlie tram staamea oy, - tuou
art so near and vet so far." Perhaps her
friends' cordial greetings partially atoned
for tho weary waiting at Wa-Kcenoy
Madams LeBron and Gubbins were
greatly interested in the litfelo books they
carried with them on xnesuay. xne vol
umes were snvill, bit weighty, with dis
appointment or pleasaie for those who
had subscribed and selected their lucky
numbor for the rattle to b3 given by the
ladies of the Catholic church in connec
tion with a supper aul dauoa, when Hol
linirfnn Xr. snu's new buildiuTis finished.
Then some fond heart will have a waxen
bab to love and cherish.
A firm foundation is being made for
a windmill which our well-known citizen,
George Blackwell, is soon to erect in town,
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mill will oe nseu lO tfliuu. uum m iQ i
well will open a meat market andTor that
purpose tho carpenters are busy pnttiug
up a building which, when completed.
THE HUNTER RANCH,
Two Miles fron Wa-Knney,
Contains 960 Acres.
Surrounding it, and
GOOD SHEDDING. :&
W. E PILKENTON,
345-tf. AtTJ. S.Lund Office.,
SCHOOL LAND SALE,
County Treasurer's Office,
I will offer at public sale at my office in ,
Wa-Keeney, iian., on
Tuesday, November 17, 1885,
between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and
3 o'clock p. m., the following described
state school lands:
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will be llixlb it., id IX nign. ino worn ui
recommendation is needed for one who
is as well known and liked as G. Black-
The reason why Chamberlain's Cough
Pomoriv ic n fn.vnrit.fi with so manv peo
ple is because it can alwa s be depended
upon. Its prompt and effectual cures ot
coughs, colds, croun and whooping cough
have made it standard, and those who
have used it piefer it to any other. Sold
by tt. Wagner & Co.
Yrin fpol tf red. do von? "Yes." said the
lanuuid man, "as though I had been born
tired, and with a bad taste in my mouth."
'Tts not rest that you need," raid the doc
tor, as much as a dose of some good liver
pills. Try a dose or two or or. iraine. a
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yon feel bran new before"threc days. Sold
by J3.v Wagner ,&ruo. .
A matter of consequence 'to every per?
son is his own health jind thev health of
those depending upon him. of all the ills
we are subject to, coughs and colds are of
the most frequent occurrence; the time
to treat a cold is when the very first
svmptoms appear, or when taking cold
the most convenient method is to alwajs
have Chamberlain's Cough Remedy at
l,onJ mwl tnlrA it, nnnnrdino- to directions.
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cough, colds and croup. Sold by B.
Wagner & Co.
Gen Hem en, we wish to state
that our stock of gents' furnishing
goods is in stock and ready for your
inspection. We state that our line
in this department is as great as you
will find in any store west of Kansas
City. Lawrence & Hall.
Given under my hand at Wa-Keenaf .11
Kansas, this 22d day of October, 1885,
347 County Treasurer.
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w, in Trego county, Kansas, with a icv?
tothe cancellation of said entrv: the paid I
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