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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 17 September 1887

iRrf K&FB t. jmv?-!? "il rt" ..- ' ja -ir . .. r .- W?r ..?.. - fff W ""-GtiilI -M.-la...,li ?"- V. 3 j"- '' -J Wt 3" , ' t 1 i ' ' " - f JWEW w y& c-mw: 4 -. gMfw9mrw3MPBs-wBpj-s -& i-w -? tfrs.h tzirmamt &&3i&2&zza3rz; vr, KfessF-N sTs'fA,;. ..&& .... v ..-j , s " : 3fajafe&fJiygftyH."vW.l5 . :W-.ftV &"-'-$'U ."SS&-C v (Ti ' i 1 v , ;. in li i I'll TREGO CODHTY TBAClNBSr Served up by ihe "World's" Rustling Reporters. COLLYEB CAWINGS. XT. P. HAILBOAD TIME TABLE. EAST WEST fast Mall 637am -9.56pm lay Passenger. .., 1:38pm 138 pm freight .. 3.40pm J1:23am Passengero allowed by permit. Cox&teb, Sept 14, 1887. Fall changes. 'Sorghum cutting. One general store less. Light demand for cattle. A good opening for a live man. Another long, drenching rain. Another store wanted at Collyer. Some of the park trees are beautiful "wiih hanging seed pods. Present indications are that but little poultry will be carried through the winter Dr. Teague...

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. — 17 September 1887

'SW.-ff'Wg? ;$ ; - au VS 'r 4SSfe?i M?s v- 5 l r3& . - i5rrVKgf. . feu ' :tENEIIAL NEWS. A. J. Cassatt, of the Pennsylvania railroad, who seems to have been selected by rumor to succeed Mr. Garrett in the Baltimore and Ohio presidency, is now in London. His Thiio.3aiTa.ia frioTirlH nrofess to havenositive advices that he has been offered control off the Baltimore ana umo, bhu uucvc iu accept the position. The Chicago wheelman, Temple,won the one-mile bicycle race at Swansea, Wales, on Saturday. Morgan, of New York, was the victor in the fifty-mile contest. Aldermen in Spain seem to be as generous with the people's money as their American brethren are. The town council of San Sebastian has voted to pay $100,000 for a palace and give it to the queen regent. The old quarrel of the Germans and Czechs in Bohemia has received a fresh impetus. The German delegates refuse to attend the coming session of the diet, or to acknowledge the validity of its acts, unless the government will gua...

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. — 17 September 1887

" a?lP' isviSffi&SfsZmwm l , 4ft American Forestry. By Bobort Dooglass, Waukegan, HL American forestry is yet in its infancy and has no written history; therefore I am -requested to give my own experience and .observations. The subject of forestry .never entered my thoughts until the sum mer of 1850, while reading Andrew Jack con Downing's work on Landscape Gar dening and Ornamental Trees, a work just published at the time. Referring to the European Larch, he mentioned the Duke of Athol's plantation in Scotland, and concluded by saying: "Although nothing has been done in this country in ihe.way of planting trees for .timber, yet the time will surely come when iney must be planted." It is not probable that I would have .given this quotation more than one pass ing thought, had it not been that I had made a long journey westward the year previous, and after passing through a forest belt about three miles in width on the western shore of Lake Michigan, all the timber I traveled thro...

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. — 17 September 1887

, -. ' F&&SF& r- "S3 Syft' ' i,&-, H ! . T7 V Tj-.'?i'i "n. N f ' . fm A DBEAH OF THE FARM. 33iera are swallows' nests In the old bam eavei, And the Bwallows twitter, and flit and fly; ItiB the Buneet In June, and primrose tints Are crowning the hills and flooding the sky. Katie's milking cows in the yard, down there, And watching with dreamy, welling eyes, The milk as it falls in the glittering pail. And tho snowy bubblos that gather and rise. Yet, seeing only the primrose hills And sky, at the close of the fair Jnno day, Aid little brown swallows that flit and fly In her happy past, eo far away. Ana a fair girl that leans on the hugo old gate Watching with face all aglow, A figure that comes down tho dusty road And stops there atlxer side to whisper low "Shall I fetch the pail?" It is Donald's voice Calling to her at her self-same gate. She wakes from her dream with a guilty start, "So, bossiel" she says, then answers him "Wait " He had no part in the dream sho dre...

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. — 24 September 1887

-i"j bk -. u.- -j- 'jfwj-'isi- v-si.ir , r- 1 ,T" f "ZJ'tSt. 'JfT 1 JFJth. JT ' -, JBF rf J "f T JF -r ' L . M. Wrv? '?.V V ?" Ju M , r -4 Kris r . n i '. - T " iji p 15 "5Tea,zly Soabsoription. $2.00 NINTH YEAE. FOR BARGAINS GO TO Y X.. wJmmmxkm He Keeps Constantly on Hand the Best of Everything: in GROCE RIES a AND SELLS BOTTOM WILL ALWAYS PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE DON'T FORGET WA-KEENEY, KYLE WMEEM MEAT MARKET. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. SOMA SAUSAGE & PRESSED COBS BEEF A SPECUM?. TXIE3 TRAJDEJ fcSUJr'irTil HI 1,1 BEST HBICES PAID FOB CATTLH AND HOGH3. W. S. HARRISON, M , I MM CHAS. N. BENEDICT, -DHALEB IN- Fruits and Vegetables CIBMSJMICCOS, UD MJFECT10IERIES. WfcnlS to bmy all tbm prodooa, at the triffneet market price, whloa the tarmat hare to Hapoaa ol OATiTi .AJCTX) SEE TVTR CHAS. N. BENEDICT. W. B. KRITCHFIELD, BSLAXiKR. Xtf ISUmiE, CJlfETS, WHDOW SHADES, PIOTOIKl tcyi-roc-ur Lnd Office Blanks, AT THE WESTfflKlSSlS WORLD OFFICE. Blank are not equaled in Topeka in point of...

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. — 24 September 1887

Pjm- JHHIPI iSiSyUaJMJWfflBWiiaK r rjK -3sr 4 k?;? sVr3 ?,ss:?!ff-.7Rss A i f K T! Ji 2 - ' " r . jwyVs j-a &gx,f . ." " . - df 5 A 4 K hV Wj f E a r a P v Iff r ? Fr ih- f r fey Wtim mffl& WM. I . . FICIAL PAPES OF TREOO COUITY. VM. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, Septembbe 21, 1887. EPTJBLICAH PEIMABY ELEC TION. Wa-Keksei, Kan., Aug. 13, 1837. ti i- i w Mnmliiini th.it the Eenubllcan nominations for county offices this year be made by means of the primary election system. The oflicers to Dononxiuavouuio. A Sheriff. A County Treasurer. A County Clerk. A Register of Deeds. A County Surveyor. A Coroner. A Commissioner for the First District only the voters of that district to participate in making this nomination. , . , . , The primary elections in the various townships will bo held on Saturday, Oct 1, 1887, as follows: WA-KEENET TOWNSHIP. Wa-Keeney precinct, at "Wa-Keeney, 8 o'clock a. m. to 6 p. m. At Willcox precinct, 2 o'clock p. m. to 6 p. m. TN COLLTEB TOWNSHIP. At Collyer pr...

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. — 24 September 1887

"krtSJ "W yfgf?: SS&K'iSBi rlS3yS - r - ' Ik. His Editorial Experience. "Gimme a case to fill fer my dinner," . said a dilapidated looking man, as he came into tne omce. "Hard luck this summer?" "You bet. Just walked into town. Say, reckon I can get a chance to sub on something a few days?" "Oh, yes, good chance." "I ain't had no luck since I had a paper of my own when I first struck the Territory. " "What made you quit the business?" "Monkey-work. You see there was a prominent citizen of the place and a heavy advertiser named Beasley. He went East to get a complete new stock of bar fixtures for his place of business. One day while he was gone another prominent citizen, who took six copies of the paper and sent them to friends, whose name was McCann, was seen out riding with Beasley's wife. I thought it would be thunderin' smart to write it up an boom the street sales of the paper, though there'd never been a copy sold on the streets since it was started. 00 x wrote a column an ...

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. — 24 September 1887

zwgmm?$!m TServ s.TfcT?u '-i.4 -isv rwiv , f " i-j-v-" ,rffw lt -- y 7P-" 'W -r " ' f rr fts iiififi IV ! & iFW ' I totem Iteas 3 OFFICIAL PAPER OP TBSGO COUNTY. W. S. TILTON, .- Editor. Saturday, September 24, 1887. The Ellis Revieio says more wheat is being sown this fall than ever before. 1st the case of the Courier, the En,iii City prefix has been supplanted by Monument. The Cap Sheaf reports the Saline north of Grainfield full of ducks. The sportsmen are improving their opportu nity. Republicans of Trego county should aim to see the full party vote cast at the nominating primary elections next Saturday. The alliterative Dr. Burchard, of 18&L fame, lias turned nplat Saratoga. He says lie is there for "restrefreshment and recreation." --j'1 3 Bert Martin-, the supposed moon shiner captured in Rooks county, was discharged at Hays City on Wednesday of last week for -want of evidence. A "bull party vote at the polls next Saturday will mean that the Repub licans of Trego coun...

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. — 24 September 1887

csw rg ?S &&;$ $$& ?."? I-1- - 'Mf rSSSfcS VuSft&SS J?: -. vj iFS '. t t SiJ A w? - f VUft (51 " gfrvf Z:? ss?s i ?" TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS, Served up by trie "World's" Rustling Reporters. COLLYEB CAWINGS. V. P. EAILEOAD TIKE TABLE. EAST "WIST JTatMaU 6:37 am 96ph Day Passenger 1:38pm 1:38 pm Freight 3:40pm 11:25am Passengers allowed by permit CoLi.YEn, Sept 21,.1887. Hotel party. Xadlan summer. Town very dalL J)raw ponds well filled. "Wheat sowing continues. Lawn-resembling prairies. Collyer represented on the jury. The expected -wedding failed Monday evening. Mrs. L. F. Hollington was in Wa-Kee-ney on Tuesday. In a few places the roads still show the effects of the late rains. .The prairies are partial to yellow bios Boms at this season.of the year. Mrs. York and Mrs. Morgan transacted business at the county seat on Tuesday. Ohas. Bamberg returned from Oakley, very much pleased and refreshed by his trip. Messrs. Theodore Ccourtney and Post master Purinton, of Banner...

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. — 24 September 1887

15. .- -" t Sf, i .. I " 55SHHH5HS5H! NEWS NOTES. President Cleveland defends the refusal of; the treasury department to buy the bonds recently offered, on the ground that the prices demanded were clearly above the fair market value of the lots offered. The reason seems to be entirely sufficient, though it does not satisfy the bidders. "He was an officer of a Sunday-school," Mr. Ide was and he has confessed the embezzlement of 18,000 from a bank at Glens Falls. New York. The eccentricity run through two or years. In London Sir Charles Young, the author of " Jim, the Penman," died suddenly on Sunday night. A policeman named Wheelham, one of a dozen who waited in a house nearEnnis, Ireland, to arrest a party of moonlighters, was killed with a club. Another was fatally hurt. Five of the moolighters were captured. Fears are entertained at Milwaukee that the schooner Lewis Ludington, bound from that port to Torch Lake, has been lost. She is six or seven days overdue. "Winnipeg dispatches...

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. — 24 September 1887

iyK?"2wcpw ,i'fci' .ii -Atfi-, --?$ . .1 a.j. -iT v -tht . n v. 31. " i-. TtV' '.'-& wrf'7; .f.i. !?sr3'ij'HI5iE,aTS;'ir3! KV7" rir - r . i, ""Ci R?l, f rm "ixs & ,r3.a '-'" rr - tfe -Shoo, Frost! Overcoats are in demand. Stoves with fires in them are the thing. t G. F. McKnight is on deck -with a new ad. A shirt agent has taken in the town this week. No hard-coal panic in oars this fall if you please. Another foot race, this time, we believe. Jo. Bosh won The proprietor of the Jerome Globe was in our sanctum on Thursday Thomas Caddick has had a new well sunk to the rear of his store building. Mr. S. T. Marshall, of the Idana (Clay -county) Journal, was a Tuesday caller. Each" land agent has his lightning xod erected for a nibble from the excur sionists. Ex-County Surveyor Ferris is recover ing from an extremely painful case of ore eyes. Geo. W. Outcalt, a Wallace land man jwho used to live in Wa-Keeney, was a 3tIonday caller. A traveling peddler dispensed cheap sgoods and f...

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. — 24 September 1887

i?;r i5r "Vii --S - t."4.7:T-& :r-r3R"-ai ai ESSSW'V -"n." J Jf.- s;ff?'y i-w .; WS'M'Si rtsL' ,J r "& j. - "- xs- ' r-C OrK V-c? K K& I X' 3- , TE DEPREDATING EEN. Of all the things in. nature that afflict the ions of men, There is nothing that I know of beats the depre dating hen; If you seo a wild-eyed woman firing brickbats from the shed, You can bet a hen has busted up her little flower bed. She plunders and sho scratches, she cackles and eho hatches, And forty thousand cowboys couldn't keep her in a pen ; Eho was sent on earth to fret us, to excoriate the lettuce ; She's a thoro' going nuisanco, is the deprecating hen. I threw a brick and missed her, as she hustled out my beans, But Julius Caisar's statue was smashed to smithereens ; I saw her digging rifle pits where I'd put my pansies in, I fired a good sized rock and hit my hired man on the shin. She busts all bounds and shackles, she giggles and sho cackles, She makes mo say some earnest thing3lhavon't time to ...

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. — 1 October 1887

r.KV-r -r," l J . ei'ji' rzs v ; -v - v ..flg j? jr- " r jT Vw- W Lf ti k ,j r ?.'" - J'"- W i '""" rjr - rr L-s' ijrS- '.i " " " T -.' -2jZj f -w-.Jt y , w Lc t&p. t Si Yearly Sibsori;ption $2.00 SEE NINTH YEAH. FOR BARGAINS GO TO X.. He Keeps Constantly on Hand the Best of Everything in GROCERIES ! DRY GOODS, AND SELLS BOTTOM WILL ALWAYS PAY THE ) HIGHEST MARKET PRICE DON'T FORGET k: L, WA-KEENEY, WA-KEENET MEAT MARKET. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 80L0GM SAUSAGE & PRESSED COSH BEEF A SPEdilTI. TH1 T3S?.AT)B fc'UiriHTilHH"l . BEST HRICES PAID FOB CATTLE AND HOGS. W. S. HARRISON, CHAS. N. BENEDICT, DEALER IN Fruits and Vegetables CI61BS, TOBACCOS. MD COIFEeiMKBIES. Wants to boy an ft prodao, tba highest marke price, whlok th flurmtn lunr to diiQKMW o OATnTi AXsTP HHH 24CEL CHAS. N. BENEDICT. W. B. KRITCHFIELD, ISQEOAXiBXRt IN H15ITIJRE, CARPETS, W1SD0W SHADES, PICTCRESi MOTTCte-LIVB Land Office Blanks -ATTHK- WESTERN KIMS Blank ax not qualed in Topeka, in point of exoallenoft, and...

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. — 1 October 1887

ppyp & 1 ? & S'! . SM&tmx : teas SHtoJfl. OFFICIAL PAPER OF TBEGO COUNTY. V. S. TILTON, - - r r, - - Frftor. Saturday, October 1, 1887. Don't forget to vote. Don't neglect to vote if you are a Be publican! Considerable rain fell last Sunday and Sunday night. Ira Upshaw is to open the school in jdistrict 14 on Monday next. He has taught there, and is well liked, Mr. John Cowick, of Larchland, HI., has been visiting his son, S. R. Cowick, Esq., of this city, for a week or ten daye. Ed. Chalk is building an addition to his residence, down by Big creek. The addition is to bo 14x28 feet and 14-foot ceiling. Mr. John Cowick, ot Warren Co., 111., an old acquaintance of J. M. Young, visitod him Thursday. Mr. Cowick is the father of S. K. Cowick at "Wa-Keeney. Wallace New, Set. 24. Mrs. M. D. Hollister and the chil jdren returned home Tuesday evening from their lengthy stay in Missouri. Mr. Hol lister went east on the train that day and rode back apiece with them. J. W. Conley an...

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. — 1 October 1887

bwSSTs? 8?a T g . At.. ' ,V 4- ' '-.- g- g .i i K. fl- 3rt THE LITTLE FOLKS. Mr. Dream Maker. A lullaby. Mm m II GOOD-NIGHT. Come, Mr. Dream Maker, sell mo to-night The loveliest dream in your shop ; My dear little lassio is weary of light, Her lids aie beginning to drop. She's good when she'B gay, but she's tired of play. And the tear drops will naughtily creep ; Bo, Mr. Dream Linker, hasten, I pra, My little girl s going to sleep. St. Nicholas. .Scratching IJirds. Oar common fowls, scratching in the garden with their strong blunt claws, and calling their little broods to share the dainties they have found there, may furnish an illustration of this class of birds. They pass most of their time upon the ground, as we know, and sel dom fly higher than is required to reach their roosting-place ; consequent ly their wings are weak, and they make a peculiar whirring sound when they attempt to fly. The scratching birds mostly wander about in flocks, one Tnale accompanying each flock, and ...

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. — 1 October 1887

asnwsp. -,i,f,rr3: js t rcr -s-ws; :sp n - -? y 'r-w r ".l. JW Jii!Ork. eJ,':S'-tr'tJA'i I'ft. --?" - 4,- " ' " t! J.'""" ' "V -t v MJkxukMUAZimmMLMmjami ffitstm mm WvtiL ' OFFICIAL PAPBB OF TBE60 COUHTY. W. S. TILTON, ------ Editor. Saturday, October 1, 18S7. WILL NOT DOWN! The apathy with which the sub scriptioii paper to raise funds for fair purposes has been received this week has been a source of embarrass ment to the association. The better -feelings of our. people haye, in a measure, reasserted themselves, and original subscriptions have, in some ases, been doubled, in others increas ed, until the gloom which was cast over the -financial movement in the .outset has pretty much dissappeared, and it now looks as if the fair could he a realitv. It is to be regretted that there was any frigidity in the reception of the subscription commit tee. They were at work in a worthy .cause. It is true that our people haye been assailed on every hand with subscription papers, but the -fair ...

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. — 1 October 1887

i-r F5$g. Ft- Ji ilS-'VS- .r-t?i . i . iSaiS'' J5J" "J"" . 3- .xl r .. Ta-sflT-! -J., V-M sr first iijsnsruiLi PREMIUM LIST. OIF THE Trego Comity Industrial Fair Association, To Be Held at Wa-K&eney, Kansas, -ON- Oetoter, 11, IB and 13, 'SI, . OFFICERS OF THE TREGO COUNT? INDUSTBIAIi .FAIR ASSOCIATION. I L McGaiwte President O C Yetter ) W H Wiiiixx)X I W F King f .Yice Presidents Geo W KessiER j "W S McGinnis Secretary G J Shepabd Cor. Secretary Joseph Escher Gen. Superintendent directors. liARRT Le BRON, W S TlLTON, W.S Knapp, A L Gijeason, COOPER, "T J HlNSHAAV. KULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING OFFICERS AND EXHIBITORS. NO DEVIATION "VFILIi BE PERMIT TED IN ANY CASE. The Trego County Industrial Fair Association will hold a Fair at Wa Keeney, Kansas, on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 11, 12 and 13. The entry books will be opened on Monday, Oct. 10, and remain open until Tuesday noon positively closing at that time. No entry after that time, except in case of unavoidable a...

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. — 1 October 1887

iii&tf&iPSt Fb' Hi.?. "". 'v HBmCPi ?". ;?i: V'-" &&& NEWS NOTES. George Moss has been convicted in the United States court at Fort Smith, Arkansas, of the murder of George Toff in Indian Territory last November. Of "the three oth er persons concerned in the crime two were lynched and the other died in jail from the lesult of wounds received while trying to escape. The trial of Fred Munchrath, Jr., at Sioux City, Iowa, for the murder of Kev. George Haddock, resulted in a verdict of guilty of manslaughter, the extreme penalty of which is eight years. The jury was out nearly twenty hours. Sentence will be pronounced September 26, unless a new trial is granted. Texas highwaymen have a keen sense of the humorous. 1 our of them, belonging to the Mancha gang of robbers, visited a store hfteen miles from .New Braunfels, forced the man in charge to surrender all the cash on hand, at the point of the bayonet, and then compelled him to dance a highland funcr for their amus...

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. — 1 October 1887

up, $S '" T,fV ??'-, 4 F f& Me K I ttf' O MR cyxcw3r TREGO COUNTY TBACJN6S. Served up by tne "WorltTs" Rustling Reporters. COLLYEB, CAWINGS. ConLYEB, Sept 2S, 1887, Cattle shipment Another livery change. G. A. R. meeting on Saturday. Quarterly meeting at Harmony. The number of scholars has increased. Quite a variety of wild flowers now in bloom. "W. K. Ingram left Saturday for Kansas City and vicinity on a business trip. He "will be absent a few days. Phillips & Smith have rented the In gram livery stable, and will run that in connection with their own. Horace Knight is at Kansas City with his father, who has found plenty of employment at his trade, that of carpen ter. A. C. Lord has removed from town the shed shaped building he used as a car penter shop during the summer. Let all the Republicans gather at the polling places on Saturday, and express their preference for candidates. J. H. Siebert took the fast train at Wa Keeney Saturday morning for St Louis, to attend the G....

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. — 1 October 1887

fSWBSSmBme fCt " m- -j. -fef jT V a -jl. ' L vtc (S3 ? 'AiVbA'&S.V w " " -.S y mm. a - "- SV THE BAHJBOW SEEMOff. BY GEOBGIA UXUiABDE AMBBTDGB. A. Bhower came down and klBBed the earth with loving tenderness, And every forest monarch sago received Its mute caress ; ,.,..,. The flowers and the meadow brook drank in its swoetneBs rare, And e'en the son smiled through the trees, and made the scene more fair. A mother and her little child stood 'neath a spreading oak ; The child was mute with wonder as thus the mother spoke "Look, Raymond dear,.'cross yonder hill, toward the sky so blue, Do you not seo that lovely arch of colors bold and true ? "See how it spans the vaulted skies and dips into the sea, Then peeks at us from way behind that grand old forest tree ! One day, 'tis said, a monarch came, from worlds "far off from ours. And hid a pot of gold just where the rain bow touched the flowers "Borne seek that mystic pot of gold until Life's tide is passed, And, failing m their sea...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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