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title: 'Western Kansas world. (WaKeeney, Kan.) 1885-current, November 07, 1885, SUPPLEMENT, Image 6',
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Wn over in Missouri this week.
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WWEEMEY WIKET BEMBT.
Bvefe Cora mixed
W arproacDaon, uf --
this Dart of tne oraws. " -
STto our patrons. For your own
good don'tletgoihe point
-Sam Kline is not going to take Ins
sheen to Rooks county to winter ttem.
sheep A ,.c0 nnmber-
Wn man u iu;ju ""'
raL' to Allen Eaton, of RusselL bam -tt?
believe, is to deliver them to Eton at
rr M... -
wova ii.v. i
""'' .. L , J Sugar
j. 33. WalKer took Canned Tomatoes
. i?rtr i . u nftL-horriPK
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' MX. UUIX um.lv " . . , -r,xrtV
Wednesday morning's train u ---Maud
county, III. That is where the
lived before coming so far west as tins.
Thev have lived here for about si, years
They will be gone about a -month. The
Worn wishes them whole oceans of
- pleasure. '
m a nhnlk who will be xemem-
& ' bered as n inlk-route -
of old in Wa-Iveeney, nas ." -
5: business aSam. "-"V,
"when it comes to naming
thousand tickets indicate tuo.
will just relate that we pnnieu u
-. , i. i.:. ti,i wpflk. And we'll warrant
Dcr lvji hill1 tui'j " .
fe,"tht the only Chalk that , be-U eve, :. n
connection with tiie worn. "- -
Lawrence LL ,
Fruit of the Loom
Shingles Star A Star
5 in. clear
$1.25 $100. c 3
co n (rh sa.90 v "a
16c to 20c
7c to 9c
2 for 25c
,. - 2 for 25c
50c to 70c
mui. e n nlpasant call nvliich we
i- I Uilli niw r .
fe- ;1 Wednesday from Mr. A. b.
fe Jtaymer, from Atton, Iowa H has come
to western Kansas to locate, a
so in one of the counties to the west or
southwest of lis. He is going into the
,.. v.,. Mr. Bevmer is a brother-
-in-law of our friend, Hon. E. J. Turner,
of Sheridan county, who is secretary to
the Kansas board of railway commis-sionors.
ir -r t? TTntrtii. of Belleville, Be-
r -n--..- -.. orrU- in the cit Sunday
.evening, and remained here-when he
"was not out in the country-until
Wednesday morning. Mr. Hogin and
.-. - .-i. t.r? crvfid in the same
re-iment, the 9th Iowa cavalry, during
the late unpleasantness. He is a gentle-
f -nltarft. means and good looks.
The only thing that we have not gotten
over yet is the shortness of the time which
we were enabled to snare uw vuuyj.
Theie is one consolation, however: In the
next world editors will probably have
some time for visiting. We hope to see
Mr. Hogin out here again before long.
10c to 15c
$22 to $25 per m
it Id it
wZff III JV.Vj,
Strong and Durabla
iNoticeis hereby given that I nave re
ceived from the County Clerk the Tax
Roll for the ear 1835, and that taxes are
due and pavable on and after the 1st day
of November at the County Treasurers
.. ;., vQ -f.v of Wa-Keeney. The fol-
lowing is the tax levy of Trego county for
the year 1885 on each $100 valuation:
tf0 8 4N
Citv of Wa-Keeney 'u
-kt -t ci on Nn. 14- SI tU
ran. i v-"- " . w
AfVCaiKt frt All
Gall and see Engine
and Pump in operation.
R. G. KESSLER,
QOZ L Y E li. KANSAS
Aaent forTreflro and G-ove Go's.
COUNTY TREASURER'S OFFICE,
, I "-will offer, at public sale, at my office,
i :.. "V7oTTr.-n.-v TvKusas-. on
Wednesday, November 18, 18S5,
between the hours of 10 o'clock a.' m. and
3 o'clock p. m, the following-described
state school lanos:
Se " mv 1-4
18 14 22
Gove county district Ko. 1 SO 45
i, a 4 ou
k 1 20
TL " ... " r.n
-Our old friend, W. H. wmcox, is eu- gt Johu couniy aist. i JJ
gaed in the laudable work of seeing that Wallace county dist. " 1
f.'5J!.T ...!. H. Rmokv Hi)l liver is ri- ..--.r mv baud at Wa-Keeney,
ace ; ?
c it to
li--. i v,mrh the Smoky HiJl uver is
fe changed from just west of his place to
just east of it, mating a uuuyc
1.. ; i.n nlnfft of crossing. Ibis
.project involves the cutting down of the
g? banks consiaeraoiy, emu .. -- --
f,- ii f m,i- in the bed of the stream.
i-mi.,. -.-.-J, m11Bh be of hard varieties, and
"r it is more difficult to obtain than soft
'fs- - --, mi - -nlinmonf innklllCT a
.ie"s- rock wouia oe. -.mo uu- -. -
i pendfgf now ford on the section line, ana iuuu-
r-uing it tit to be called a loru, is kixj
commendable. Sucn a cnange is u iia
sity Wa-Keeney is inteiested m this
work. Her trade from Ness county will
be governed to some extent, at least, by
tv,a nnnrlition in which the Smoky Cros
se . sing at Mr. Willcox's is kept Men and
M" Mniiirrl for this work. Let
nieauo aiu ivi.
our people be equal to the emergency.
AT THE RISK.
ri.-j i.n- loiKiorl Ynnnir mfin
, A concen-cu, uu"-feH-" j -
I Was skating with a maiden named Ann
When up new tne nour,
JfioiSil And split his pants fromEersheba to Dan,
then he; T , 0:rprl n. fine line of
nnsi- ii " .
Kansas, this 31st day of October, 1885.
ojqq County Treasurer.
Ne ' ee 1-4
HVirn r .samples for our merchant tailoring
ing liisHfopartment. Overcoats from S2d
" trvv 1
6 Silil A fl
Ji it Eli KB Ma '? o "
s?' s sail ftS ? III! fia Ne " awM
S 1 15. &r.&te&&rJz U -
IJlBfU Ne "
T f I
20 14 22
24 12 24
. 4 50
Lawrence & Hall.
Best m the Wo rick
'-! ;i- -r V.nn at Wo-TfAmiAV.
Kahsas, this 23d day of October, 1885.
skill and iv;
-Conntv Trcasuier Kelly saved the
.innre.ir,u of fiftv dollars by making
t tt at appu TO RAT