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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 10 December 1887

gssgjgygjpgwiw ti .v2 f IS .o m S."r THE PEN OF A BEADF WKITEB. BY BOBEBT J. BUBDK'iU'U. Thoy wheel his chair to the Btinshine Where the warmeEt eouth -winds blow; For he lovea to sit where tho swallows flit, And the shadows come and go ; As his fancies tw ne and intertwine "Pro Bono Publico." Be UBed to wr.te for the Journal In soentoencihtr-four; . An old man then, but his ready pen Was lusty at twice two Bcore, And he used to fill, with that squeaking quill, Three columns p-f)ek and more. He tackled the other papers As fast as they got born, Thty thought he would dio, ere the year won by. But he bought him a bigger ink horn, And tho editor's life with care was rife, From even till dewy morn. He gathored his friends around him, "Taxpayer," "Vox Populi," "Lex." "Constant Beader," "True Blue," and "Citizen, too, The editor's soul to vex ; And tho older they grew, the garrulous crew Slado worse newspaperial wrecks. And be nover will dio wbile ink lasts, Or a papor to press can go; Hi...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 10 December 1887

wssm &SBgi3 MES3TT. SUPP I. EI 1 V sfeM PEESIDENT'S MESSAGE. NOVEL COMMUNICATION FROM THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE. President Cleveland Considers Revision ei the Tariff of Paramount Importance and Forgoes all Other National Issues, Point ing Oat the Reforms Needed and Citing Facts and Figures in the line of Argu ment Department Reports Barely Call ed Attention to. To the Congress of the United States: You are confronted at the threshold of vour lecri&latives duties -with a condition of the national financesjwhich'imparatively de- j iimiiuti uiuucuiamuuu uureiui tuuoiuoiauuu. The amount of money annually exacted, through the operation of present laws,f rom the industries and necessities of the people, largely exceeds the sum necessary to meet the expenses of the government. When we consider that the theory of our institutions guarantees to every citizen the full enjoy ment of all the fruits of his industry and en terprise, with such deduction as may behls share toward the careful and ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 10 December 1887

SUPPLEMENT. Wtttm mm World OFFICIAL PAPER OF TBE60 COUNTY. y. 5. TILTON, - Editoi. Saturday, December 10, 1887. A Bad Spell. Sol Miller's Troy Chief. Parties, like individuals, have bad turns of health. The vote in many of the counties of Kansas, this fall, shows that Kepublicans have gone back on their ticket and elected Democrats to the most important offices. Doniphan county seems to be recovering from her bad turn, but still she barely gets along. These period ical bad spells have struck Kansas every few years, and have sometimes severely shaken the party. Doniphan county has had her share of them. The "Land League" swept a portion of the State, some years ago, and for a while had the Repub lican party under. Then the Grange came, and spread over the whole State, threatening to overw helm everything. It was succeeded by the Greenback party, which flouiished greath for a few j ears. But that has passed away, and now the Union Labor party is making headway m some sections. But wha...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 10 December 1887

MISSION MARVELS. How Much! "How much one ought to give is a mat ter that every man must settle for himself. In this matter we are not under the law, but under grace. But let a man see to it that grace doesn't get less out of him than the law could get out of a Jew. Sure ly the son of a boud-wouitiu is not going to be more generous than the sou of the free. Heir to all his father's estate Isaac the child of laughter surely he will do greater things than the poor wan derer in the desert. Yet, under the law the servant gave a tenth besides what the sacrifices and gifts and offerings cost, and that was more thao another tenth. Love is a poor thing if it can't get more out of anybody than the law can. A son is hardly worth the name if he doesn't give a better service than a slave. I think that every mau who calls himself a Chiist ian i bound to sit down and think about it c irefully aye, and kneel down, too, and pray about it, not only look here and there and see what somebody does. Let ...

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. — 17 December 1887

TMSr3-"' fjvJ l.. a.-! lH.i sg&&&. hvtl awr m..' t. a. -j-nv ts-" ' -mi - -. - b -- ,1 'vr. Mm"' "i 1 j- - - - T"iriBf ip'as; HyE - , . ," 'h ir fc r -ft K EJf4 f V Bfii' fc, y Yearly Su.tosox'iption $2.00 NINTH YEAE. WA-KEENEY MEAT MARKET. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. . tfaMMVBHMaaaBBaaaBBBBaMSSS'" SOLOGSA SAUSAGE & PRESSED COBS BEEF A SPECUIH. THH TBAEII BXTFPIjrHIIX - BEST PRICES PAH) FOB CATTUB AND HOOa W. S. HARRISON, - - - Proprietor. Land Office Blanks LEGAL BXi-AJSTOKS, -AT WESTERN KMSiS WORLD OFFICE. Blanks are not equaled in Topeka in point of excellence, and our prices ara reasonable. New alioty. "When a woman has a new pair of hoes sent homo she performs alto gether different from a man. She never shoves her toes into them and yanks and hanls till she is red in the face and all out of breath, and then ' goes stamping and kicking around, but polls them on part way carefully, " twitches them off again to take a last look, and sees if she has got the right one, pul...

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. — 17 December 1887

S6f!M AK3MBKW S3.S ., - k"t-4 Z v?fe-srW?i ir --,?is -i r " s& jSav5cK.3ct :tf ,1 ' -?l-j, y - l " 'HS?5ma-?-?;i . c - 8v SBfastott gansuuss WM. OPPICIAL PAPEI OP TRE0O COHITY. V. 5. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, December 17, 1887. TO SUBSCRIBERS. The World wants to part com pany with no subscriber who means well. There are a few men to whom we have refused to send the paper, because they did not pay for it in advance. They are of the class who could pay, but, in our judgment, would not. At the same time, pov erty of the genuine variety never, when we could prevent it, has kept any citizen of Trego county from getting the World, Our bills have to be paid promptly a portion of them each week and the other por tion each month. Our expenses are heavy. Exact justice demands that our dues be collected as regularly as we have to pay our debts. On no other basis can anybody figure for us any reliable pay or profit. We maintain a delicate register of the general financial condition of our p...

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. — 17 December 1887

wpp iWmi klss t-ivjasseas-trf rjws . ? . j-ts sgteir'e; V $Ek$ "5 t-t. rs .4 ! t .fifef' saas -""v' " rJ 4. - i 6Sk4 blWo" E L. 1V. fc W mmt li&J&i IK 4 &JL & 'JW&X t :1- ' 3 jf. say. arL I y; "- " $&& v"9 K3& 2 HE "GUT .OUT." A Domestic Episode In Wnicu Woman "Was the Victor. Southern Bivouac Jim Afcers was a small, tow-headed, knock-kneed man, with irregular teeth, which made his mouth look like a steal trap twisted out of plumb. His wife was a large, raw-honed woman, fully a head taller and fifty pounds heavier than Jim. She had a temper of a half famished wild-cat, and no darky just "gettin' religion" was over half as much afraid of the devil as Jim was of her. He had reason to be. When she was fully on the warpath she breathed chained lightning, and flung cyclones from the tip of her tongue. Kor did she content herself with words only, however bitter and furious She very often brushed the poor littla wretch with a hickory until he felt as if he r...

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. — 17 December 1887

tst , ipe-c - "wsBff"VSfi -' t -w .. it- ' :TWw ,-. - . trJrA . r w "V s-t :' jestmi grow ta& OFFICIAL PAPER OP TRE60 COUITY. yt. S. TlLTON, Editor. Satueday, December 17, 1-887. The Herald wants a glass factory ft Thillipsbnrg. JohnCuetes-, of Elk Falls, Kan pas, has obtained a patent on a sectional horseshoe, If the Globe-Democrat is not a liar, it is the jremark of a prominent physician, who has given much time to the subject, that seventy per cent, of the women of the West are burdened with growth of iair upon their faces. They are not in the habit of mak ing up Jnited States senate committees without remembering our Senator Plumb. He now has places on the committee on agriculture and forestrjjOf appropriations, pud is chairman of the public lands com mittee, The Quinter Guide young man permitted Collyer to rest a week, in order that he might catch a sucker. The main thing is to give Collyer a rest from innu endoes of which she is wholiy undeserv ing. "We care not how many s...

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. — 17 December 1887

Sags sr'itf gfiW-7; 5j. -. rr- ." i - - X " . " i aX jT t. ." - ,-.- ' c r!-' jiTt il --- ':,s srv3 &? - $ - i i . rr & if-. - V r K WetiierTDee & Morgan jMake long time loans and Jiapdli? real estate in all counties n this Jjand District. No dejay in paying out final proofs. Call on or address fchem at their office, $ess City, or Wa-Keenejj Kans, J. E. BROOKS (Successor to WERLICH KERSHAY.) DEALER IN Groceries, Flour Feed, HARDWARE, TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, ETC. -Give Us a Call and See Our Prices. THOMAS BROOKS, Manager. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS SOLO ON THE Iff STALUENT PLAN, MpffiBav?vrariT ' m. .-T'!U. ,. f! a a m ft K3l To the citizens o Trego county and vicinity: I have just opened a MUSIC STORE in WA-KBENEY, and keep on hand all kinds of MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, SUCH AS VIOLINS, GUITARS, BANJOS AND ACCORDEONS, And ft fins line of Strings of all k.:wj90 jlwo Headed Hallett & Davis, W. H. Emerson & Co., and W. W. Kimball Pianos, And the Celebrated Kimball Organs. For pric...

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 December 1887

$T FT? isES3?K?;&&sssff "?fs-asmrT r WtrKTRWu-ni V-.!-! --V Tff-S" fTTIs - t gH,-"cy ' r2f . - - w r; - , , i$ L.1 PTEWS -NOTES.- Mrs. E. A. Greenmayer, the wife of a farmer near Cleveland, has Tetumed to her husband. She claims to have been spirited away a few days ago by a men named Charles Haka, who is tinder arrest. She was noticed and her identity established by her fainting in the street at Cleveland. J. Hal Rei'd, a highly-connected young man, of St. Paul, was convicted of rape. M. L. Howies, of the bark Freeman, was arrested in New York for murder on the high seas. He is charged with having shot and killed a Japanese passenger on his boat n August. ' Andrew Williams, of Laurens, S. C, threw his wife into the fire and tried to burn her to death because she refused to deed him her property. The discovery of petroleum in the vicinity of San Antonio, Tex., has caused great ex citement in that locality. Jerry Manning was shot and killed at Hel ena, Montana, by John McFirn...

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 December 1887

-55-V W iT J3MS7 -e'jafcSijSSf 'Fir "y" 49 . :-l - " -" &! S3r..i.5r; Sa-t, 'ef Time Table K. D. of U. P. K. B. EXPBESS TRAINS. 904 eoes et 6:20 v. jc I 303 Roes west 10:07 a- it. 903 69 X.K. 1201 8:28 p. M. PBEIGHT TRAINS. Denver and Kansas City Time Freight and stock, west due 8415 x. if. No 214, Local, eaet dne 5 p.m. 211, Kansas City and Denver time freight and stock, west due 1:40 p. x. 213 local, west due 6:49 a. m. 213, local west leaves 61 a. jc Numbers 213 and 214 will carry pass engers; other freights will not. TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by trie "World's" Rustling Reporters. COLLYEB CAWINGS. COLI.TEB, Dec. 14, 1887. No literary. Christmas is near. Another departure to-day. Temp Smith was in Wa-Keeney to-day, M. P. Goodwin spent a few hours in Wa-Keeney Monday eve. rf Mrs. swiggett ana ner two aaugniers are expected here next week. Mr. Bias, son-in-law of J. H. Smith, ar rived in Collyer Monday, on a visit. Larry LeBron sold his calves last Fri day to Mr. Van Syke...

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 December 1887

SHI s w ?fc. " w"' A' 'TS3&SS?23A!SS5-, -r " r'". iG ea-?'.. - LVr&Zi"tt&.?i-&S3.- - ,. . y COTTON IS ALL DUN PICKED. BX OPIE P. IlEA'D. Ta gwine up tor totfn anr spea' my money Cotton is all dun picked ; Ts gwinter eat bread au' lisses an honoy Cotton is all dm picked; I wucked mijjbty hard -vvlrle de sun "was not Coitcnia alt dun picked An' I'fio ameJ all de 'money wmt I naU go Cotton is all dnn picked , Whita man b ts on de fence an fingers Cotton is all dun picked, . Ho's got amightv knack fur to cheat po niggers Cotton is all dun picked. An'or rako away de leaves, an' we'll all hab,a dance;: Tano up de banjer plmg, plang, plung , Lookout for do pinch-bug; watch for de ants ; Tune up de banjor ; glins, ging, plung. Iw mules bab gon 3 in de fiel' fur ter graze Cotton is all don picked. An' aroun' do sun dar is a thick haze Cotton is all dun picked. l)e whits boy .goes ter de woods an' shoots Cotton is all' dun picked, An de black boy struts in'a new par o boots Co...

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 December 1887

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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 December 1887

111 " im"Mffi wi'i wiw i". wwmmwn i m mam iimmii p '. i hhihwi iwumwhi - n S Wu mv Jsy K 5 ; rf: t fe iMw m WM. OPHCIAL PAPER OP TRBflO COflHTY. W. 5. rirov, -i Editor., Saturday, December 24, 1887. The Kirwin Independent endorses the idea of Congressman Tnrner for the government to pay .a bounty of ten cents a bushel on wheat exported from this country. If the Sharon Springs Leader will send us a copy of itself, with the lower left-column editorial of last week printed, we may conclude to copy that item. "We do not profess to, be an expert at reading items where the big corner of a paper has been turned over to the other side, and the impression taken on the tynipan. In response to a resolution of in quiry introduced by Senator Plumb, the statement comes put that a patent has been granted to Prof. Swenson on im provements in the diffusion process of sugar-making supposed tq have been dis covered by him while in government em ploy. The commissioner of agriculture suggests trying 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. — 24 December 1887

rf& Kdteiftftin Coraa. I Mme. Anderson, of Stockholm, Sweden, la IIiiaia Daa&a n Vminn nnrl ffllif I " " " -" T' ' &". V 3fe. i wanted by the long the freedom of the rail- ITIUdlli DUUnd lUI'IUUIIK CIIIU UIU t iiMii . ., . , ? t "v,v ways of that country, as aa aid to her mis- -nnCM.tMvVhjui8nEMTea for a ions time than 1' IfiBta' tdBBsSfBssssssssKjiSfCfeW ' -w'JL1 , , i ." Bionary labors for the promotion of temper- o nicer book has appeared for a long tune ttum I . ' JPBHfSBlBBftBUSSW ' "" - V"1 mee and stfciai purity. SOSCiS AND GAMES FOR THE LIHLE OSES. I A 3triSSmfflBBBKSV - 3 - hSBELIHBBBA91fft EKVB rm " n-sa7BBBBBKl'JBU tsmsBflSBrTW ! -3 K ffllmffnTOB 'HIT BWlfflra ":- St- Pfe." ,j IJnthe list of the virtues of its Deo SNifci-r 3 a. -.ii -r, i imu iaie Bbbcauuons ox ine country ssurea unn.eo a uuur snowing ana snraes -Vt'iiaflrafivfllv. With nr -nanf Tin fnfni-o imo riches, no power, no warlike spirit, i,no religion, no arv no progress, no fCycommeree, no living li...

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 December 1887

, JSK fe3&rfA-". - ,,f, 1' r M ft?. 4N T5?Vtf rH .&' I OFFICIAL FAFEl OPTIMO COIITT. iv. 5. mro, Editor. Saturday, Decembeb 24,' 1887. Thebe is to be a big Gr. A. R. en tertainment at Qoxe City on January 5. "Sand Hill Rat" is a correspond ent of the Eichfield (Morton county) Re publican. The Cap Sheaf says a grand ball will be given in the school house at Grainfield on December 30. The Herald says the farmers of that vicinity are agitating the establish ment of a sugar factory atGaylord. Gove County is said to be a suf ferer to the amount of five thousand dol lars through the failure of the Grainfield iBank. "Hanback on the message" has had quite a run in the papers over to the north and east of us. There is talk of Lew. being a candidate for congress in 1888. r . On the 12 inst. the first train of the Bock Island railway reached Phillips burg. The Herald says the track has al ready been laid several miles west from that place. Ness City, quaking with fear im parted by the ...

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 December 1887

TfJW- . !.,, CKWilii i? "SfSrv ;.v-cfet: "t-CT, '' ?s ji " v. Nr 7W5r & J- rf TS&SSfNiSff? Jw"" K55asS VvJ .V - j ? lVCtf3( St- ;f- Vj. J M Sata-3 :' : ?J3EV Umv. was fr' ' ' m m- '& 5-i f . m ?r " ' ri& Ji fc. k i vj-t Lii 4.t u vv? . t V'k & jp" H , S3 M w w-v. 4 ..- ; ."s Wetherbee & Morgan Make long time loans and handle real estate in all counties in 'this. Land District. No delay in paying out final proofs. Call on or addwss them at their office, Ness City, or Wa-Keeney, Kans. J. E. BROOKS (Successor to WERLICH & KERSHA W.) DEALER IN Groceries, Flour Feed, . HARDWARE. TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, ETC. Give Us a Call and See Our Prices. THOMAS BROOKS, Manager. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS SOLD ON THE IN STALLMENT PLAN, pHak L'ABiftsBSlQBSlBSSSSSSSSSBBSSjER : VjBcHBBBBBBBPBiWi-:- " i ' ii1jHbbPc1 To the citizens of Trego county and vicinity: I have just opened a MUSIC STORE in WA-KEENE Y, and keep on hand all kinds of MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, SUCH AS VIOLINS, GUITARS, BAN...

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 December 1887

r!S 5t hs.: DOMESTIC. UKFBKBDENTEDM.OOD. a?4-? I Three reports were sent out from Scran ton, Pa., Friday, as to the condition of Master Workman Powderly. Two of the re ports stated that he was improving, while the third was that he was seriously ill and had not improved since his attack of a few days ago. Sheehy, If. P., was arrested at Dublin, Friday, under the crimes'act, and sentenced to three months' imprisonment with labor. He was admitted to bail. On being released, r he was again arrested and confined to pris on, bail being reruseo. The" Mexican congress adjourned Friday. The most important bills passed were the authorizing of a new loan of 105,000,000, and compulsory education in federal dis tricts and territories. A Columbia, S. Cv dispatch states that the cotton mill at that place, capitalized at $75,000 is on the verge of bankruptcy, caused by inability to secure enough white labor to keep the machinery going. Th6 president in his report to a meeting of stockholders held ...

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 December 1887

D3"3 -?4rV "' ffS.-t -v iiw. '.i" ,-sssif Ji&r-fe. -s?-. '35r i ra- 7W rfr. .r- " r r Vv S&t i3 t 1 1 11 f F w. ST" i- hri r 'H. ,tf 6. IW ra i Lw k- 'J B '? fKme Table-K D. of TT. P.B. B. vV EXPBE8S yBAINS . JV1A. rj t- .4-.nn I I 303 goes west 10-07 A. K. s 2 W2 " " 6 .59 A.M. 201 ii 4 TJWl KWCB OIMM. TUflU jr. . I 9:28 P. at f'ti.nr JtTUMHT TKAIN3. . - -rrr " "--- - Titarwa-r nnri Vimana r'.lHr Tlmo TVofrrif and atrw1r n 7 Twa-uun o-oo ju u. Ho 214. local, east due Si.il SmV-T- 311 Kansas City and Denver time freight nnd 4 '.213 local, west due 6 49 a. at, "Jf HLUUK. WMSL 11IIH J4I M. , local west leaves 6.51 a. m. Numbers 213 and 214 will carry nass- F-A .1 m i .,i . " ;ngers; omer rreignts win not. gee TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. . .. j .. l... X4. x iifi J?. 15 n..n:.. ps?e, r J D - . '( uciicu uu uw liie vbuiiu a iiuaumu fe3F ncjiui lers. COLLYER CAWINGS. V. V. RAILBOAD TIME TABLE. EAST 'WEST jTastMalL, - - 6.37 a m '10.37 r m (Day Passenger - - - - - 5.56pm 10.55 am freig...

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 December 1887

- V w ;it. C &- V u m . fi t I? ..'.- 1F -J'1 X' 2x V' are If r -v z -r I A . 'I J' s& ..m,. LM-3? r U v v .x - ft SR , fciw J i Fj&JtAPHRASE FBOM BEKANGEK. God hmymib I hoir beautiful and bright Is she for whom I sigh! Lore larks -within the liquid light Of that dark dreaminE oye. Sweet aira at youth around hor breathe, And flutter in her train ; Good heavemi ! how beautiful is Bhe 1 Audi, so old and plain I Good heavens ! how beautiful is she I As fresh and fair as day; Dark as the night Tier shining hair, Her lip a bud of May. Yet all unconBciouB of her power, Though hundreds sigh in Tain; Good heavens I how beautiful is she! And I, so old and plain ! Good heavens ! how beautiful is she Can I her heart have won V X, from whose cheerless destiny All hopes and joy had flown? Before her soft eyes smiled on me, m IOvo seemed a vision vain ; Good heavens ; how beautiful is she I And I, so old and plain I Good heavens 1 how beautiful is she ! And yet she loves me now ; Sbe ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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