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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 30 October 1896

;J t s. v 1 i 4 s. ': LiiaUhi.... l'' r (itnrrt" ini in-t- la ri$ J.J). BOTKIN J. I). BOTKIN LI M. WILLIAMS L-J J. I). BOTKIN ; "' " " ' J j l.r ArU.to Ju",J,'. " " I "I -For An.Uuto Jo.,., f-. For A jn-1 lit tc J udo " Ko App-Uate Jud I or Appelate Jude Li AY.JLLJAJI B. IAM Li S. V. M'ELROY jlLLANJ). (J1LKES0N LJ LJ : . ; . " J" 1 lVti:(;r.:t,1,,Hixt,hllirtrl.:t, I For i-onWKhinan Hitb Ditct For Conre-HniHn Sixth Iitrict I I Conr.roiin Sixth Diffcrkst j I For Cn.mo Sixth Dintrict ; Li A. IL. ELLIS N. B. McCOIiMICK J. 0. BURTON L LJ ' ' Z. . "ZZ "I-"" D for State Skater jr 1 For State Bon a tor r For State Senator PHI For State Senator I I For State Senator L. G. PARKER Li LEVI PR1TCHABD CHARLES A. BLACK LJ UJ ; ; . ' S'lIfiMA! CSIETY TICKET. SHER'jIAH CDUI1TY TICKET. "sHERrOA!! C0U3TY TiCXET. SHER.MAli COUHTY TICKET. SHERMAH COUNTY TICKET. " -j For "7n7r7,nliL "lili Wrttrict " '" I For Represeutativo 100th District i" " For Representative 10!tU District I I For Representative KWtU ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 6 November 1896

' ; ... ... VOL. XI. CCCST7 ASD CITY OFFICIAL FAFER. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER G, 1603. NO. i THE ELECTION. The Returns Exceedingly Slow la Coming In. INDICATE Mil MIOLEI'S ELECTION The Plurality of McKinley Over Bryan in New Vork Estimated at 295,000-K.en- . tuckj Gi'.et McKlalcy Probably a Majority of 23,000. Chicago, Nov. 4. The returns re ceived by the Associated press indicate the probable election of McKinley and Uobart, although returns are so mea ner from a number of doubtful states that this conclusion can only be reached by an estimate based upon the gains and lofsei Returns had been received at the republican congres sional headquarters indicating that McKinley had received 2;4 electoral votes and Kryan C9 votes, while 94 were in doubt The returns are as follows: Alabama. Montgomery, Ala., Nov. 4. The democrats have carried the state. Arkansas. , Litter Rock, Ark., Nov. 4. Five counties complet give Bryan a plural ity of 4,300. Returns from over tht, stat...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 6 November 1896

6oobIanb1i?epubIfc. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. F. H. STEWART, Publisher. TEEMS OF SUBSCKIPTION. fio year fl 5? MS UiOUtlld.... '5 liireo months J lilverti.singratoa reasouablo aud liberal dis- conets giveu on extended contracts. Filtered at the Poscorhce at Gowildnd, Kan., for trnnsrr.ission through tbe mails, as second ctitss mail matter. FOR PRESI DENT i EOS, W. J. BRYAN. WE ARE STILL FOR HIM Kansas came into line. William John W. Leedy, N. B. McCormick, Mu. Levi Pritchabd, Samuel W. McElroy, The whole works in Kansas. Rejoice? Well, you can bet! Ellis, Ellis, where art thou? William evidently was elected. Has anyone heard from Palmer? Nebraska stayed loyally by her noted SJll. The doubtful states seem to be still doubtful still. Election returns came in too slow for many aud too fust for others. Watson has beeu stilled for ever. That is a cause for general congratu lation. Texas was carried by the republicans by big majority, but that was before election. New York kept up its record ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 6 November 1896

- V m WHIPSAW GOLDBUGS. Silv&ntes Elect Every County Officer by Good Majorities- S ectoral, Stat?, CoDjrtsa.onal, Judicial, and S ate !.cnaturl4l all Leave Sher man County With a C'oixl ISoobt Silverward. Sherman county gave Bryan elec torial, state, congressional, senatorial, judicial and county populist tickets good majorities. The entire county NEARLY A FIRE. The Jeffrey Dm? Store ia 3Iytrlonily Scorchtd Wednesday Night. When the Jeffrey drug store was opened yesterday morning the inside was found to have been almost com pletely destroyed by lire, which had not only not broken outside of the building, but had apparently gone out of its own accord. A hole had been burned through a side door and a back window had been broken by the heat which had con sumed the curtain and charred the window frame. Bottles on the shelves had bursted and the prescription case and fixtures were badly burned. Even the front windows had cracked and were blackened with smoke. On the prescription case...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 6 November 1896

- 7 'H Z" ; D N T! S Y 5. m fc fimous Matttral, wlio lived in th - i century. D. C, speaks of a Iloraan Gskciiius. as "in the habit of ' - r,g "as well as extracting teeth. T ; ancient Creeks used false teeta 'f s.aiviore wood, fastened to the ad ; 'V 1 sound teeth by ligatures of sil ver or gold in like manner to thebridga vers of to-day. l illtd lectL, crown and bridg-e work . r.v mod iij various parts of Italy, Or - e and Eypt, with ancient irj-s.tiri i eD?s, were shown in Jare numbers ct the Columbian exposition. Under the Mosaic regime the law an eve for nn eye, a tooth fGr a tooth, was I j iy enforced, aod the lord high ex t:ctHiontr numbered the forceps amoujj Lis official instruments. Women detectives or "spotters" with ftecaved teeth were several years ago employed in New York to make cases "sjamst tooth-drawing harbors, who were practising dentistry against tha Jaw. A- New York dentist who puts gold ii mires to the molars of the Four Hun dred, foilows his wealthy clientele...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 13 November 1896

V":' V:.- vv tQ-: vV H W VOL. XI. COCSTY AND CITY OFFICIAL PAPER. ONLY P4PL3 rCUii IN COKi'If. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 1803. FKLNLEY WON. tig Ohio Han Cbosen to Ba th.o Next Pre-sidsnt Will Have Nearly Hundred Electoral Votes Over Hryan Ke-ntacky Close Some Eijr Majorities The Vot by States. Chicago, Nov. 6. The results of the election in the various states of the union are now sufficiently well known to make positive the election of Mr. McKinley by at least 245 votes, or 21 more than a majority. The returns are as follows: Alabama's Majority Reduced. Birmingham, Ala., Irov. 6. The ma jority for Bryan will probably not ex ceed 25,000. Arkansas Gives Only 23,000m Little Rock, Ark., Nov. 6. Arkansas gives 25,000 majority for Bryan. California Republican. SA5 FRASCI5CO, Nov. 6. With 225, 775 votes counted, McKinley and Ho bart have about 7,200 majority ia Cali fornia. Colorado Almost Solid, Dexter, CoL, Nov. 6. Scattering re turns received up to 8:30 a. m. to-day...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 13 November 1896

ooSIanb'Scaubltc. AhL COUNTY PAPER. II. STEWART, rut-lister. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. - .-. .. $1 50 .mwtbi rjf mouths .dTsrJtiinj rates reasonalla and liberal dia f.fj raa 03 extended contracts. i.-td t tue PostotheG at Goodland, Kan., rr.issHin tkroiiKii the nialUi as second mail matter. , JJsiAJJ in 1000. Kansas, you are all right. . Weixmajor, it was pretty closo after The fight will never stop until silver vi restored. . Put your armor iu shape for the battle cf 1000. Ellis, for goodness sake, lay down fdi keep dowa. What's the matter with Ilaana? N'othisg, nothing whatever. She seem's to be all right. William McKinley: will bo president f jr the whole people for the next four year9, and should be and will receive the support of every true citizen. The republicans promised unpar alleled prosperity in the event of their success, and The Republic heartily wishes their prediction may be proved correct. '- President Cleveland celebrated the victory of McKinley by issuing the Thanksgi...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 13 November 1896

C TT CT CCv'P.T Cf.s That --ir Dofke'tii for Tiiai at the Cam ni X Ui. The fotic-wiisg casts are docked fur trial at ths 'coming term of court, con vening Monday: Criminal Docket State of Kansas, To, J. 11. Jordan. U&iawfuilj receiving tieosiia. btare of Kacas, ts. Presley I. Lancaster. V liwiuiiy receiving daoosus. Civil Dockc-i - . E. Hicklic. va. The State Bank of Goodland, Atriou for cclit. Charles H. Lee, vs. Joseph S. Wurrea. Usury. Francs ii. I ox, V3. Pauline L. Pejtoa. Action -jr judgment. XLe btate of Kansas ex. rel. Attorney General, ts. T ha Sherman County Bank. Beeeivership. The State of Kansas ex. r&L Attorney General, vs- The ExcL jge Bank. Ufceiversuip. H. . t'iack, vs. Tiioiaaij Waltorsj et nL Fore closure J. B, Gamble, vs. The Board of County Com missioners uf Wallace County, Kansas. Judg ment. The Board of County Cominissieners of Sher man County, Kansas, vs. John Fitzgerald. Judgment. The Board of County Commissioners of Sher idan County, Kansas, vs. Will...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 13 November 1896

ntfu!, catarrh, rfcenmstism, hp liood'B i -3 rs i-j kJ wv" W -Wvj rsaparSli a i3 t':s test In fact the One Tni8 Blood Pnrtaer. I Icod's Pills jfrip0Aj? arigjisu n or ts. 25c TJio Food of Whales. The food f whales has long been known to consist of minute sea Crus tacea, Mr. Cray wa3 fa miliar not only with the whale's food, but observed its manner of feeding1, Red the way in which it took its cap "after meals." "The usual way in which a whale feeds, rt he wrote, "is to choose a spot wiwre thefovd is plentiful, and swim backward and forward for two or three hundred yards, with the nose just d ler water. They invariably 6wira from one side of the beat back ajjain to where they started from, with their mouths open. They then close their jaws and swallow the food caught. They will go on in this way feeding for an hour or more; after that they will disappear under the nearest ioe, and sleep there until they come out for exercise or for another meal. Un like other warm-blooded animals, the...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 20 November 1896

V i a, i -C - x. W k -;-; h . A . :-, r . t- VOL. XL COrXXT AM) CITY OFFICIAL PAPER. 0LY rCBLISHED Ei COCMf, GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 1820. CURRENT COMMENT. Maj. UcKdtley will be the first sol dier in the white hoase who eatered the army as a private. "VYomex constitute two-thirds of all the church members of the UDited States and only one-thirteenth of all the criminals. A Chicago woman, whose views on politics differed from those of her hus band, has to chop all the kindling1, bring in the coal and take out the ashes for a year all because McKin ley was elected. New Oeleaxs is in a state of excite ment over the fact that the Mississippi river i3 providing itself with an en tirely new mouth. It is a very serious matter to New Orleans and a threat to the city's commerce. Newspaper correspondents and po litical gossips are busily at work con structing cabinets for Mr. McKinley, and some of them go bo far as to write upon their slates even the foreign ap pointmen...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 20 November 1896

fooote'nb Republic ICIAC 'COUNTY PAPER. SI. STEWART, . Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. year, Six niontui TLra months y::C" 1 j Advertising rates reasonable and liberal aia--eor.tiis givn on extended contracts. .3T0fI at the Postortice ut Goodland, Kan., fortraiiFsiiission throiyrti the mails, 68 second tiass Eoaii matter. - Wages in many parts of the country . liste been cut since the election- The cabinet makers are busy forma 'Iiling the McKinley political house- ; Tnc report of terrible battles ia Cuba ar still keeping the wires hot. The fatalities, however, are still confined to Bryan, even defeated, will have a i&i-gsr vole in the electoral college than masy presidents who have been sue csssfuL Let the republicans pass any tariff law they please, times will not improve until the financial livrs of our country are remodeled. After claiming Wyoming for Mc Kinley ever hince election, the republi can leaders now udiuit that it waa Bryan's state all the time. It has been asser...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 20 November 1896

-- 4 CARE'S SLAVE. It was the budding JIay-timo Ths wbito bough overhead ; "Oh, give to rne some play-time, - Good Master Care," I said. I saw his head begin to shake "Not cow ; just wait and seo I'll give to you a holiday When plantings' done," said ho. It was the glowing gummer : IIow cool the woodland's shade ! Again an eager comer, "Oh, give to-day !" I prayed. Old Master Care his forehead knit ; "The grass is ripe to mow ; Work on till haying-time is past, And then I'll let you go." It wa3 the glad September; The maple leaves were red ; "Oh, Master Care ! Ecmember, You promised me,-' I said. "And you will find," ho answered mo, 'TU keep my promise true, And you may sport when harveit's done, With nothing else to do." Now winter winds aro blowing, (How weak I feel and old !) And, by the hearth bright glowing, I bhiver with the cold And Care sits down beside mo, And counts up, one by one, The tasks that I have done amiss, Or I have left undone ; While I, low muttering to myself. ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 20 November 1896

. ..,JDCLS FOUND WANTING. iiiita Into tte Hr tor 'Failing to Rs V " fjoi:J to Prayer. A nlssioBary of the Basel society ia 3vti!a gives an account of a lad 13 years of sge, named Velayuthan, whose futher socj-ht to take hia away from tJ3''ChristlaB3 whom he had joined. rlhe lad stood firmly, hut efforts to fiuie his resolution were continued, la tha midila o July hi3 mother eatee and told her son, with many tears, thst his father was dangerously ii; and wish to see him once more be fore his death. This message melted tr.3 heart of Velavuthan, and, wishing to see hiz father, be was permitted to r.ceoipaay os on our tour. How glad La v2s in the anticipation of seeiDg Lis parents ana brothers and sisters "V hi3 face clearly indicated. We hearuno soiind a? we entered the com poiia.d, the door o! the house was ajar, Bad. Velayuthan's father, who was ly'sapr on a mat behind tha door, was heard groaning as If with great pain. His son rushed into the house, stooped down upon hi3 father and ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 27 November 1896

VOL. XI. COUNTY AND CITY OFFICIAL PAPEB. ONLY PAfEB FX'BLl!jHi;l IN COCXT?. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 27, 1896. NO. 14. BRUTALLY TREATED A Shocking State of Affairs in a Vermont Icsano Asylum. TMtt KILLED BY HER EUSBA5D, ' (The Man Then Commits SulciJe Tragedy Cansed by father's Interference Bandits Captured A Banker Goes to FrUos. Mgstpelier, Vt, Nop. 24. The special committee which was appoint ed some time ago to investigate the management of the state institution for insane at Waterbury made its re port to the legislature. It severely scores the state supervisors for the in sane, Dr. W. It Giddings, superintend ent of the asylum, and others. The report says the food furnished was in sufficient in quantity and inferior in quality. The report finds that Dr. Giddin?s himself strapped and choked patients. It further finds that patients "were kept in a nude condition in rooms "barren of furniture and having cement floors. These patients were allowed uo rugs, and the r...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 27 November 1896

(BooManbcpublfc. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. F. fl. STEWART, FsblisLer. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ons year M 50 hit months '5 Three montha " Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis count givon on extended coatracts. Entered at the Postoihee at Cor-dland, Kan., tor tranpnii&sioa through the mails, as second ciasa mail matter. Ccbeisok's scheme to provide a law under which the "trust deed" infamy can work, bears the earmarks of in justice. If there is any one thing the debtor doesn't want about him it is a trust deed. J. S. Pasks of the Beloit Call has en tered the race for state printer. Mr. Parks would make a firstelass printer and the Sixth district newspapermen would be gratified should he be elected to the office. A statement prepared by the comp troller of the currency shows that the amount of national bank notes in cir culation October 1 was 2234,893,657, an increase for the month of $1,313,627, and for the year of 21,099,429. Now that election is over, Uncle Sim might amuse h...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 27 November 1896

THE FISST-OF THE" SNOW. EU?iag down from the murky sky, Whirliog over the hill and pi&ia, Drifting in wares of whiteness by SnowSakes dance on the roof fieain ; Whitest of snow with the kiss of stars. Lingering soft on each falling wreath Floating ia peace thro' tie prison bars, Limning the dark that reigns beneath. Virgin offering from angel hands, Incense pure from the land of bliss, Whiten the fields end distant land3, Leave on the bills yoar peaceful kiso. Above the clatter of lane and street, I sit and list to the hurrying tread Of many who pass to the loved who grtet The weary homo when the day was fled. Ah, happy hearts, if your home is bleat, With woman's love and her radiant face, Heaven is yours with ita joy and rest, -With sunshine filling the sacred plac. Faces are white wtth the circling snow, Lips are red with the wintry blasts ; As eagerly on thro' tbs streets they go, Reaching the haven of love at last. Loth to linger 'twiit sky and land, Hovering above as in dre...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 27 November 1896

i : 1 I i - i i i z j . r ; I I a .- B I t C a . i t t c If ; 8 ; I j 3 1 j I ! s .; t ; V . u h e ' ti v . a ti : d ti ; t! ti , ti n ; b. i i 11 : ti ; r? ; Q ) j i it si ? " i i Hi 3 i ft a ! in i 1 i O i - - i 1! ' "s ! id i .1 i ti Li I 1 Kara, rose are acre or less affected by catarrh. wtiiUi is eaosed by Impure blood. Cure citorrh fcy puriyics bioJ. Kotaembei on n? V : Sarsapariila 2 the best In fact tie One True Blood Purtfier Hood's Piils'fA tn A MEDICAL SCANDAL. EncJ!flh Doctor Who Are Actually in Be- eeipt ot Communions from Uudertakers, "Some English doctors are in. the habit of receiving commissions from undertakers ou funerals procured through their efforts." This startling charge is rnada by Sir Edward Fry, ontil reeeully a lord justice of the court of appeal in England, ia an ar ticle on the evils of secret commissions in trade. "A poor governess," he says, "died in a school, and as soon as she was .dead the medical man pulled from hi pocket a sheaf of the cards of a...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 4 December 1896

7. V iji Bo Vi e ..." " VOL. XL CntXTI AVi) CITY OFFICIAL PAPER. OKLV PAPER PEiiUiiiKD IN COC-ST?. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER i, 1808. NO. 15. L. I tl tl. Tl;' 1: tr. Pi I A tl: or". p: 5 u o ; . b : 5 a tl e : D ' ii. B1 ei oi. t-- "FOR BETTER MOSEY. r CC'mrnrcial Bodies Confer About tha His of Our Currency Systsm. & CffiD'IIOJ 10 MEET JA5UABT 5. Mr. "5 if son Makes An Addrcwand Say Be Believes Congress ttiil Welcome AH Intelligent Aid on the Subject The Xleao!utlt)Ui Adopted. Jxdiaxapoi.13, Ind., Dec 2. Fifty two men, representing the boards of trade and commercial bodies of IS cities in the central west, met yesterday aft- -ernoon In the Century club rooms at the Decison and issued a call for a na tional convention of the commercial bodies of the country to meet in this city January 5, JS97. for the purpose of taking aclion toward securing from congress a remedy for the ills attend ing" the present currency and banking .-system. The meeting was non-partisan in...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 4 December 1896

si li a i V i i ii li 1! 1 u ! n !i If 1 t I .! a J h; t ! c j H 81 t'i Bi ' t;i u ; b P vi Ri fT n o: ti! &1 tl CI tl tl ts . ti Y. Ix ta llf dc re C li) f 3 ca I tt 5: It ii .fci 1-J 8. 3 i 5ooMan&18epublfc.- OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. F. II. STEWAKT, - PuUlsher. One year 5? Hix months '? Three mouths Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts Riven on extended contracts. Entered at the Fostorfiee 8t Goodlana, jvan., f or transmission through the mai'm, aa second class mail matter. Congkess convenes Monday and the flood of good, bad and indifferent ora tory will have an inning. U.viFor.M text books for public schools should b8 inorporate 1 into a law also providing fur the printing of the same by the state. Such a measure is on the tapis for enactment in this state. It is a good thing and deserves pushing. John' W. Briedentiial i3 spoken of as the probable successor of Senator Peffer. Should John be chosen the comic pictorials would lose a prolific source of humor in ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 4 December 1896

BJ .eve' OSS THI5G AT A TI2I. "): step at at tune, and that wwl placed, iVe n-ach the grandest height; f srroke at a timo. eartu 8 hidden stores u! slowly coiiio tolurht; tiit. ifc;d at a time, and t!io forest crows; One drop at a time, and the river ilows " Jutu thf buuDiihrij sea. Oao word at a time, and the greatest book U written and is read; Otis stoiia at a time and the palace rears Aloft its stately head; Osc biow at a time, the tree's cleft through And a city will stand where the forest grew A fw short years before. Cue foe at a time, and he subdued, And a conflict will be won ; One grain at a time, and the sands of life Viil slowly all be run ; On? minute, another, the hoars fly by, One ciay at a time our lives speed by Into eternity. One grain of knowledge, and that well storsd, Another, and more on them ; And as time roils on, your mind wdl shine With many a garnered gem Of thought and wisdom. And thine will tell "One thing at a time, and that done well," Is wisdom's gold...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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