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Western Kansas World.
Established March 1, 1879. Official Paper of the City Jteeaey. BEPUBLICA1T JUDICIAL CONVENTIOH. A delegate convention of tbe Republicans of the 23rd Judicial district will be beld at Ellis, Kansas, on Tuesday, April 19, 1886. at 10 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of nominat ing a candidate for district judge. Tbe basis of representation will be one delegate for each 150 votes and major fraction thereof cast for W. C. Edwards, secretary of State in 16, and one delegate at large from each county. Under apportionment agreed upon the sev eral counties will be entitled to delegates as follows: Russell. .. T. . ... - ..7 . Ellis 4 Trego.., . rr....3 Gove . .... . .....8 Logan 3 Wallace - By order of the committee. Geo. V. York. . R. P. McK night. Secretary. - Chairman. The editor of the Hill City Reveille, in his last week' issue, furnished his readers with an interesting picture of himself on the front page. The World acknowledges generally and specially the many kind and en couraging words it has received from its contemporaries and It will be the constant care of its management to merit their continued good will. What a splendid assortment of gubernatorial timber the republican party has to pick from this year Hessin, Senton, Stanley, Hood, Co burn, and Funston. The pops have only Leedy or the soporific alterna tive of Granny Baker. The man who lias lived many years in Kansas and has done nothing to beautify the land which has given him so many bountiful harvests and so much of glorious sunshine should be sent cloyn to oblivion "unwept, unhotiorecl, and unsung." Western School Journal. Refon tbe In -kv man walks off with the- republican nomination for con gresin.i :i of this district, W. A. Rfclf r! Loiui will have to be reck ons! witji. HeederT;mie pretty close to i in priz; t wo years aro and made a Vost. o: i rH'iids by the manly way he took :is(ieie:it. Siiould he,be put up asiamsi '--. anoleon Honanarte McCor- hiick tl-e ninti with th high sounding n'ime would ! e glad .to seek shelter in gome se,;-irirt, isle in the Atlantic. 1 Tnai. wonderful city election in wbici: our peipe tind so much strife is near at. l and again. Hill City lle- pu oilcan. Over 't;ere in Wa-Keeney we some times forget to nominate a ticket at all; we never run but oue ticket and the city's finances are in better shape than in any other town in the west. The annual uproar in Hill City over the spring election is a colossal hum bug. . The People's "Party Sixth Congres ional District convention will be held at Smith Center. June (i. We believe there are better men than McCormick but we don't believe that Bill Street of Oberlin is the man. Our individual choice would be Tully Scott. He is the brightest, shrewdest and best equipp ed man in the district.for the place. Hill City Reveille. Um well yes, that's so; but Tully is also one of the best democrats that we ever knew. His being a democrat would not stand in the way of his nom ination by the People's Party, would it? If you meet a friend whose heart heaves in bis bosom with indignation at the loss of the Maine ad the wrongs of the Cuban patriots, don't call him a jingo. Listen to a portion "of George Washington's last, will and testament: "1 bequeath to my neph ews (naming them) my swords, to be by them selected from my sword rack, in order of choice as above mentioned, with my last injunction that they never draw them in an unjust cause nor sheath in a just one; and that . , . . n . , . i mey cnoose raiuer miaii wiiu luem In their hands in the cause or freedom than to live under the reproach of in justice and oppression." The Ottawa Weekly Herald is a cealous republican paper but it would do well to save its space for better purposes than harping about the new text-books. It has the unquestioned right to condemn tbe books if it feels like it, but such condemnation is not a part of republican doctrines. We have served a good apprenticeship in the school-room and our judgment is that the books are very: good. Sound finance, protective tariffs, the mainte nance of the strong arm of the federal authority, respect for our judicial tri bunals, upholding tbe good, name of our country at home and abroad in short, the St.-Louis platform, are tbe cardinal principles of republicanism. The merits or dements of the work of the State Text Book commission are not. Get on the right track, brother. . The - editor of -the Reveille has stirred up a hornet's nest about his ears bv a radical article on the subject of "Winter Baptism." The other Hill City papers are helping to dress hfrn down. The Gem concludes its tirade thus:' . "If Charley will turn his search light back onto the question -Df cor porations and health-destroying slav ery to their exactions and let individ uals worship according to the dic tates of their consciences, he will have a better standing not only with the populists but with the church people." . . - Tbe Republcan sits back and enjoys the fun but it says: "-'Some of onr christian people seem ingly erred by not consulting our Brother Charlie Emmons before ad ministering the ordinance of bap tism." " GOOD WISHED BT OUR CONTEMPOR ARIES. Prof. Dawson is now editor of the World, and, in the last issue of that paper, indicates tbe future policy of the same. I lis opening remarks were in many respeets admirable, and shows that he is not living in the days or the inquisition, but is in touch with the times at the close of the nine teenth century. If the policy indi cated is carried into execution, the readers of that paper should and will realize that a new and better era has dawned upon thm, and the Western Kansas World will command the re spect of the reading public. Wa-Keeney Independent. The Western Kansas World, pub lished' at Wa-Keeney, the oldest paper in western Kansas, and one of the brightest among our exchanges, pass ed its 20tb milestone last week.' It comes out under new management, the names of Givier & Dawson sup piaut that of Givier & Crooks. A. D. Crooks steps down and out, and J. S. Dawson steps up and in ana takes his place under the new management. The World still rotates and promises to continue to do so. Here is success to it. Gove County Republican-Gazette. Prof. John S. Dawson of the Wa Keeuey schools is the new editor of the Wa-Keeney World. He confesses to having wanted to be an editor this loug time. We believe that the World will be much improved under the new management. Govev County Advo cate. It is with some degree of pleasure that we note the advent of John S. Dawson of Wa-Keeuey, tormerly of Hill City, into the newspaper world, or rather toe Western Kansas World. Joiiu Dawson is one of the brightest, most euergetic and best rustlers in western ivttisas. He and suorty Giv ier wui give to the people of Trego county an interesting publication. Here's our fegr and best wishes, boys. Joioy Tnoune. - Prof. Dawson has purchased a half interest in the Wa-Keeney World and will have editorial charge of the pa per. Dawson & Givier will make a strong team. Success to the aew firm. Ellis Review-Headlight. Tue Wa-Keeney World has chanced hands. The hew firm is Givier & Daw son, the latter being ' editor. He st-arts in uy ruobing out all past con troversies, which must have become a bore to its readers. The paper snows signs Oi . improvement. Russell Rec ord. - H. S. Givier ; has bought A. D. ; Crook's interest in the Wa-Keeney World and associated with him a partner, John S. Dawson. This ex. cellent paper has started its 20th vol ume, and if the new management don't get out a good paper it will not be theirault. Hays Republican. Prof. John S. Dawson has at last landed in the field of - journalism and is copartner in the Wa-Keeney World: It makes little difference to John whether be has readers or not just so he gets to turn a sheet of white paper black with the ebullitions of his fan tastic, summersaulting brain. How ever, for old timesake, we would wish him success. Hill City -Reveille. ; The Western Kansas World came out last week with a new man at the 1 helm. Prof. John' S. Dawson of the Wa-Keeney schools has bought an in terest in it, and becomes editor of the paper. If we remember right the pro fessor was in the Salina Normal uni versity a term or two when we were there. Success to the World. Gove County Leader. - - ; . . We note with pleasure that our good friend Prf. John S. Dawson, who taught so acceptably in our nor mal institute last year, has launched bis barque out upon the editorial sea, and will hereafter be found at the helm of tbe Western Kansas- World, published at Wa-Keeney, Kansas. This is the" realization of a long cher ished desire as tbe professor has often expressed himself upon this subject. We know of no ono more capable of getting up a good news v and interest ing paper than he. Of course he Is a little off color politically but we guess that every subscriber to the World will, outside of tbe politics of the pa per, get many times the value of his money. We gladly place' the World upon our exchange and, may success crown the professor's efforts. Colby Free Press. . FROM OUR EXCHANGES. Have Candidate Bryan; Chairman Jones, and their political associates decided to abandoned the tariff issue altogather and concede that the re publicans have been and are right in their protective tariff principle? They omit in their recent utterances re garding the coming political cam paign to mention a single word about tariff. Gove Republican-Gazette. Eight years ago the pops tliought Webb McNall the meanest and most dishonest man on earth, and two years ago they praised McCormick to the skies. Sow many of them want to substitute McNall for McCormick as their congressional candidate. Lin coln Republican. - A Georgia defs.ulter is being ad vertised as " feet tall and $10,000 short." Logan County Clipper. A man stands no cfiance of being elected to the mayorship of a city un less he enjoys the confidence and es teem of his neighbors. Geo. W. Hum phrey is the popular mayor of Swan ton, Ohio, and under date or January 17, 1896; he writes as follows: "This is to certify to our appreciation 1 of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. My family and neighbors have tested it, and we know it is an excellent reme dy for coughs and colds. George W. Humphrey." Sold by Jones & Gibson. 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