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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 2 June 1888

,,'? Wx$?i- V" -.- "' i .-$- s &. " vVjtAJt .a..-. . 4J ' "- -v, 1 yy "t &Z r ;z?i IF I "Wetherbee & Morgan Make long time loans and handle real estate in all counties in this Laud District. No delay in paying out final proofs. Call on or address them at their office, Ness City, or Wa-Keeney, Kans. HISTORY OF TREGO COUNTY CONCLUDED J. K BROOKS DEALER IN Groceries, Flour Feed, HARDWARE, TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, ETC. Aline of Hats and Straw G-oods which, we are selling at Very Low Prices. G-oods Delivered to any part of the City. G-ive Us a Call and See Our Prices. THOMAS BROOKS, Manager. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS SOLD ON THE IN- SFW JlS To the citizens of Trego county and vicinity: I have just opened a MUSIC STORE in WA-KEENEY, and keep on hand all kinds of MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, SUCH AS VIOLINS, GUITARS, BANJOS AND ACCORDEONS, And a fine line of Strings of all kincK I alo carry a fine line of Headed by the Hallett & Davis, W. H. Emerson & Co., and W. W. Kimball Pianos, And t...

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. — 2 June 1888

WV! y s DOMESTIC. Senator and Mrs. Stanford, on account of the health of the latter; will sail for Europe, Saturday next The third annual convention of the Butcher's association met in Philadelphia, Tuesday, with 200 delegates in attendance representing twenty states and 4,000 butch ers. The principal objects of the organiza tion are to prevent the sale of tainted and unwholesome meats and to oppose all mon opolies enjoyed in the manipulation of the meat market. The annual address was delivered by President Armour. Cbarle3 James, of St Louis, at the conclusion of President Armour's report, arraigned the four prominent beef firms of Chicago, for attempting to control the beef market of the country. The principal portion of the afternoon session was eivennp to reviewing their grievances against the Chicago baef syndicate. The totil increase in the river and harbor bill as reported to the senate is about $1, 600,000. The amount provided for improv ing the Missouri river is $1,050,000. ...

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. — 2 June 1888

"tWf x. ?" XH- eJS . TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. COLLYER CAWTNGS. Coli.teb, May 30, 1888. "Decoration day. A nicer day than one year ago. Church next Sunday, at 11 o'clock. People are in town to-day from far and near. The hotel folks had a "hop" Friday night. Collyer school meeting will be held on Friday, June L Temp Smith was in Quinter the fore part of the week. Mrs. J. Xi. Bundy is once more able to use her sprained ankle. F. G. Bower left Thursday night for "Washington territory. T. K. Phillips swam his horses across the Saline on Saturday. H. Ehrichs lost a valuable cow on Sunday with blackleg. W. Bruner and F. C. Swiggett were in Wa-Keeney yesterday. The hotel folks will move on Thursday into L. F. Hollington's building. Several of our town folks attended the school entertainment at Quinter Monday night. The Leap Tear party came off in the hall "Wednesday night, and was a finan cial success. The race track is being plowed, etc., this w...

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. — 2 June 1888

rTJTw3rl " .. .1. " Av -r-e--iSr e?' T - --.i , - , J. - -i - 4V r TSk ;h t HOPE. Ah, me! what battles I have fought! I would I knew the nine that lajB The swarming shades of weary days, That take the lonely Tiouse of thought! A restless rabble unsubdued; A wild and haggard multidnde; Distorted shapes that spring from tears, And torments born of wedded fears. Sometimes amid the changing rout, A rainbowed figure glides about, And from her brightness, like the day, The whrmpling shadows slink away. I know that lyre of seven strings, The seven colors of her wings; The beven blossoms of her crown There violets twine for amethyst; Small lilies white as silkweed down, Those myrtle spraj s her locks have kissed, And pansies that are beryl-blue, And varied roses rich of hue, With iridescent dewy tyes Of buds that bloom in Paradise, Gome often, thou eternal child! Now string thy lyre and sing to me. Thy voice ecstatic, fresh and wild, Enthralls each dark-browed fantasy. Beyond tho walls she ...

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. — 9 June 1888

Wx. vns H& 5fc K" ?! (-&X -a. . I F.a J ?' fc A.,t" -53 nWfe .15TQS r- f --,- " - .ifc.-i mmma,,,mmk,'' .S'Wlfcr vs5i tS sj - . JJ - - mmmr u4 & Sl UiIHISWBmlirBll- u "" - V--'-' .': rH-iliivAm IA H VB mmummmmmf mfmmmml mmimmmmm mw 'mmmmm H mmmmw mwmmmmmmmm'" 1 ' ' ' gM .w v9liKSaBnVVMHVfefHABW aESEmmmmt r"' -, "? ' 1 "M ft .vrSi 'i 06 ri. Z & "Yearly Sutosoriptioxi $2.00 TENTH YEAR. ACROSS INDIA BY RAIL A Glance at the Beautiful Oity of Delhi, "Which Has Been Seven Times Destroyed. Recalling the Terrible Sepoj Mutiny and Some of Its Unpleasant Memories. The former glory and greatness of Delhi has somewhat departed; for, whereas fifty years ago it boasted a population of nearly two millions, it now contains only about two hundred thousand people. In 1193 was founded the Mohamme dan Empire of India, and Delhi be came the capital of the empire. In 1398 the mighty and ruthless Tamerlane with his myriad hordes laid the city waste. But iu 1526 the Sultan Baber, a descenda...

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. — 9 June 1888

"4 ?3KWE3: "' ir--!MiIB;.'? 'W-. T5EZT51" , -,X4' aS5SS5W tl-i2SS A j-r - M - - i-: ? j, - , f r rsrT - - - '??&v!?&i'i?v' &? ess. t" .& Pk-ffc SjS? r -r. .. .. - - - - V frii F t. J 5J 4 I ' If HI J Mi C 111 E& " sr: . J-- r.jywtow mm ovlcU ,'OrnCIAL PAPER OF T1E80 COUITT. . S. TILTON, Editor. Satubday, June 9, 1888. For Congressman, 6th District, HON. E. J. TUKNEE. THE REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Presidential Electors at Large, J.F.WAI.I1ER E. F. WAEE. For Presidential Elector 6th District J.B.McGONIGAL. IT IS DONE.- The Democratic party, in national convention in St. Louis this week, has nominated Grover Cleveland for president and Allen Gr. Thurman for vice president. The details of the convention consist largely of such state ments as that D. W. Voorhees en tered the hall amid great applause. All the reasonable interest in the affair was in the fight between Gray, of Indiana, and Thurman, 'of Ohio, for the vice presidential nomination. The Gray forces went into c...

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. — 9 June 1888

'rp-- C.pwaw sia- cjv-v s.Xnzrsk. i --"-'--i - K'F' $&&? tf '' : i ' . "--t? " -' -- - - f 1? 'i R STREET SCENES HI CANTOS. An Insolent People Without Attractive Characteristics. Bnhamah, In the St Lonis Globe-Democrat The average Cantonese, or the whole 3,000,000 of ngly faces that one sees swarming inthe streets and on the boats, do not win much friendly or af fectionate feeling. . They repel one in every way, and I watch them as I wonld the gambols of apes or the antics of some half-civilized missing-link tribe of heathens. Their boldness, hostility, and insolence of attitude in time almost over come one's gympahy for their miser able lot, and to be anti-Chinese, to hate the race with a deep, double-dyed Denis Kearney intensity one need only to see them in their chosen city. If in the heat of the anti-Chinese excitements in America some shrewd politician had only come to Canton, watched, studied, and pried into the life of this crowded city, he could have gone home with a...

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. — 9 June 1888

sSVS itl--Jil! it- jAStVT" -S-fe tS&K-ij - -"? ,,- ' 5r "- i5. - & : n w!'-&.- -.- r'. tr . fcT.., , . v - ; vy i. ?'- - r v -r? JSs-fiS"5 &3 iffi ff i- ft Lfc' 5s3 rV . K "t 3Wtt gWW WM OPHCIAL PAPER OP TBECK) COUITY. W. 8. TILTON, - - - Editor. Saturday, Juira 9, 1888. rfpublon State Convention a deleKate convention of the republicans of Kansas Se held iaTopeka on the 25th day of rrZrv?: ,- v virrfr v.. for the nom- isation of candidate for Associate justice of the supreme court. Governor, lieutenant governor, Secretary of state, Auditor of state, Treasurer of Btate, 1 IfnmDV rrPTlPffll. Superintendent of public Instruction. Delegates to the convention mentioned above shall bl elected by county conventions, dngc-Ued by the several county BepubUcan committees, un der such rules and regulations as may by them be prescribed. The basis of apportionment of dele gates to said State convention will be one delegate 2nd one alternate to each 400 votes cast for Timothy McCar...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 9 June 1888

s- is&y !,. i &r 9v -" ' ' -c -S. -T ., 7- " - . P M: i 1 HU i V ?r MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS SOLD ON THE IN STALLMENT PLAN. ' ilk Bk9h aj9HlfinnSSSjSjnlHM&Sr BgPB3??Pll-s snSl !LI ' Lii KQHH 'jilH bbi To the citizens of Trego county and vicinity: I have just opened a MUSIC STORE in WA-KEENEY, and keep on hand all kinds of MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, -SUCH VIOLINS, GUITARS, BANJOS AND ACCORDEONS, And a fine line of Strings of all .MT4 e iw: Headed bjr the Hallett & Davis, W. H. Emerson & Co., and W. W. Kimball Pianos, And the Celebrated Kimball Organs. For prices etc., call on or address, GEORGE C. JOHNSTON, Wa-Keeney, Kansas. First Door North of First National Bank. v - The Importing Draft Horse Go. LINCOLN, i ."" I k i 1 fl " k I 1 sBmls' .B Hi i 13TT'BSPyfffi:'l S i f IMPOBTEBS OF Pure-bred French Draft (Percheron or Norman) AND ENCLISH SHIRE HORSES. Unr Importation constantly zecelred. Visitors always welcome. Call and see our horses or tend for catalog! New invoice of fu...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 9 June 1888

&3S31SEP TU T V c v -A' i.23, V"Sr-fc( -)-. . -W V V "'S'U -.Ti JVi- X- - -XtT!- - j - -VV S?" . ,- - - ? - -J - 3 aiSf, Is :- i.- f -V- iTtr DOMESTIC. The twenty eighth annual convention of the United States Brewers' association began its session in St. Paul, Tuesday morning. There are 700 brewers in the association out of about 2,200. It is made up of the largest andwealthiest in the trade. Judge Thurman denies the report that he is a candidate for the democratic nomina tion for vice-president. According to the resolution adopted by the senate, Monday, the fisheries treaty with Great Britian was considered, Tuesdays with open doors. Senator Frye addressed the senate upon the treaty in a speech several hours in length. He characterized the treaty as humiliating, dishonorable and a cowardly surrender to British interests. The national convention of the prohibition xtarty convened in Indianapolis, Wednesday morning. The convention was largely at tended. The report of the committe...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 9 June 1888

WWW- && V Mr 'u sfe-V? - 11MW :- &. V-: 3t V"- Lb i? w J , fr I $ ft g?-fc Rf. TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. COLIiYEB CAWHTGS. Collyer, May 30, 188& "TlBitoiB. A party to-night. Property changes bands. Fishing is the order of the day of late. It was much warm Monday and Tues day. Anna Condon, of Ellis, came home to day. Mrs. B. Gr. Kessler was in Wa-Keeney on Monday. F. 0. Swiggett and Mr. Wolf were in "Wa-Keeney yesterday. Bev. E. Richards and daughter were "the guests of Mr. Cass on Sunday. Walter Bruner was in Wa-Keeney on Monday and in Quinter yesterday. The well at the Siebert property has been made deeper and fixed up generally. Sam Swiggett spent Saturday and Sun day with Walter Siebert, of Wa-Keeney Miss Nettie Kessler is spending this week with Miss Bessie Siebert, of Wa .Keeney. Miss Eda Escher, of Wa-Keeney, came np yesterday, and is the guest of Ida Ashcroft Depo Agent Brown's family arrived to day, and will reside ...

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. — 9 June 1888

E" O--! iS5i'--;V "S - - ""-. y ' &W vtto -$-v srsi, g & CS- JK2K!lliBPW , l?S , A fOWBOI COUBTSHIP. BX H. C. DODGE. Stmt Babbit -was a cowboy lean, Who, la the IiOndoh Wild West Show, Bod backing hones for the Queen, And brarely calped poor Mr. Uo. Miss Maud, a titled heiress tall, Was smitten by his killing -ways, lad asked him to her father's hall, Which English is in present days. ghakez Ladv Maud ; -wah! howdy do?" The long-haired booted hero cried; "I want to shoot away with yon," Maud casting sheep's eyes, sweet replied. That hit the bull's-eye in the heart. And down np Pawnees quick he dropped To Sioux his lady ; then to start The game he, like his rjfle, popped. "Ewe little deer," he moaned with sighs, "You are the only lasso can Bope me in matrimonial ties, And change me to an Englishman. "You've got tht Deaiwood on me now Excuse thaae steers If, Lady, you Woodchuck your gold away. I vow I'll sell my stJCi and gopher you." Maud herd toe prairie humbly made With loo...

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. — 16 June 1888

WP?! STarre;;; iS" "SC-jf . ar5v3I.? a.w-Vfe, r. i-"T ?' jfJKx.. M.-! Jt'BT 'irf "53ar- J' ? SH SHr gfMlf ? JEf1 "W "&t- V $ed BS I 1$ mvr .- . r..-f -. ." SEsa-i!.-- - .;"..- jt vwi o. ha wrtiTat a -;. m e m - ji -m t ! x rati iwiiibmi iW -w -&.- --k. i i - c- ti In' r & i-& I: "yearly SiobsGrriiation. $a.OO TENTH YEAR. ABSENCE OF LITTLE WESLET. BY JAMES WHITCOStB BH.EY. BMJUUls Wesley went, the place iHmi all bo 'Strug 'and still Vf'j iTniBsJUs jrilo' "Gran'papl" as I'd miss tta vblpperwill! Ab$ to think X list to scold him fer his everlastin' Wkea I oa'y rickollect him as the best o' little bote I ljriiu& a hondrad timos a day 'at he'd come trempin in, , aad.all the noise he ever made 'was twic't as loud ag'in It -'aVi seem like some soft music played on some fine instrument, Lngside o'his load Ionesomeness, senoe little Wesley went I Of coarse the clock don't tick no loader than it nstto do lit bow they '8 times it 'pears liko it 'n'd bu'st itself in two I An...

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. — 16 June 1888

'V? K3S-J v$fT ' Zb T -, "wj eV 2 Wtftan gatw SlttoML OFFICIAL PAPER OP TREGO COUKTY. W. S. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, Juxe 16, 1888. For Congressman, 6th District, HON. E. J. TURNER THE REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Presidential Electors at Large, J. P. WALLER E. P. "WARE. For Presidential Elector 6th District. J. B. McGOKTGAL. Fate and prosperity. Don't fool about the fair! Don't lose sight of the fair for a mo ment. Genekaii Sheridan's condition is a little more favorable than it was one week ago. Oscar P. Hanks has been appointed postmaster at our neighboring town of Grinnell. Tite Wa-Keeney ordinance which pro hibits the firing of firecrackers within the citj limits was inspired by a desire to Euppress a menace to the stability of the citv. This ordinance is proper. It ought to be enforced with a rigidity which would cause something to snap every time its violation is attempted, This ordinance ought to be supplemented by another, requiring boys to stay off the streets after ten o'clock...

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. — 16 June 1888

- " VI Use and Care of Chamois Silas. Tirere are so manv so-called chamois iVm rn ha TDfiTtro1- ffiot 7rwiV aiil hvork so near to gcatsMns, remarks the Carriage 2IontMif, that -we are often, at loss to secure wiat-is reall y the gen-f-nfne article. A true skin, ii properly cared, is one of the most useful, and, i -at theame time, the most pleasant thing fto have in onr possession; -we are, therefore, bound to try and secure one. The best we have used, so far, are those trhich resemble the parchment order; there is little or no Imt on them, land they seem to be all that can be de- JsiEed m lifting the -water when drying " 'A 4. great rnary use an oil skin. "We Jpreair the other, Jhe oiled prevents the chamois from leaving a perfectly dry surface. A chamois skin should never be left in the water after using, but should be , wrung out and hung up to dry; spread out carefully, so as to leave no wrinkles ; neither should it be used to wipe of? color, as we have seen some painters do when...

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. — 16 June 1888

X" v "?t- ' v i?r .n fe Wtrttxn gatifli Www. OFFICIAL PAPER OF TREGO COUITY. W. S. TILTON, - . - Editor. Saturday June 16, 1888. Republican State Convention. A delegate convention of the republicans of Kansas will be held In Topefca on the 25th day of July, 1888, at the hour of 12 o'clock M., for the nom ination of candidates for Associate justice of the supreme court Governor, Lieutenant governor, Secretary of state, Auditor of state, Treasurer of state, Attorney general, Superintendent of public instruction. Delegates to the convention mentioned above shall be elected by county conventions, duly called by the several county Kepublican committee", un der such rules and regulation. as may by them be prescribed. The bai of apportionment of dele gates to said State convention -will be one delegate and one alternate to each 400 voles cast for Timothy McCarthy for auditor of state, November, 188C, or fraction of 200 or more voten. One delegate and one alternate each will be allowed to a...

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. — 16 June 1888

OF'P3 ..iifSvi .A ?mz Wrf mm 'ii. iv m MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS SOLD ON THE IN STALLMENT PLAN. 5f JMgBHFSntft To the citizens of Trego county and viciuitr: I have just opened a MUSIC STORE in WA-KEENEY, and keep on hand all kinds of MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, SUCH AS VIOLINS, GUITARS, BANJOS AND ACCORDEONS, And a fine lino of String of all kind. I alo carry a fine line of Heided ly Uie Hallett & Davis, W. H. Emerson & Co., and W. W. Kimball Pianos, And the Celebrated Kimball Organs. For prices etc, call on or addresb, GEORGE C. JOHNSTON, First Door North of First National The Importing Draft Horse Co. LINCOLN, IMPORTERS Pure-bred French Draft (Percheron or Norman) AND ENGLISH SHIRE HORSES. ew Importations constantly received. Visitors always welcome. Call and see our horses or send for catalogtMk New invoice of furnishing goods at the Pioneer Clothing House. Tkobesfc spring medicine or blood purifier j ou can take, is a few doses of St. Patrick's Pills. They cost 25 cents a box and wil...

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. — 16 June 1888

5?fPlPIPnPlP!Wl fj. . I iiA t. : ti. vi kv a; wavtaivat nKwnmtiTin convkx - RATIONAL DEMOCRATIC - MOW. Permanent Orsanlzatlon-Geneml Patrick: Callln.. Pfirnwnent Chairman and H. HC iBrenoII, Permanent Secretary A Wo man In the Conrention Clereland Koxnl natnd by Daniel Dougherty of New Xorlc The Seconds. St. Louis, June 5. At this evening's meeting of the committee on organization. General Patrick Collins was nominated for permanent chairman of the convention by Dr. Hannahan, of Vermont. Caetleman, of Kentucky, seconded Collin's name and he was selected unanimously for recommen dation. H. H. Ingersollwas selected with out opposition as the committee's choice for the convention's permanent secretary, and all his assistants were ijetained for perma nent organization, as Mr. Ingersoll's helpers. After considerable discussion rules to gov ern the convention, as FUgge6ted to-day is the convention by Governor Green, of New Jersey, were acquiesoea in. 'inis was to adopt the rules of the la...

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. — 16 June 1888

w &r Sos TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. COLLYER CAWINGS. CobiiTEK, June 13, 1888. Hotandrindy. Prairie schooners still move west. Ida Ashcroft was at home Sunday. Collyer school will close Friday, .Tune 24. Fred Cartwright was in Ellis Saturday sight. Walter Bruner -was in the county seat to-day. 'Alvin Smith has returned to his, home in Illinois. Steve Forrester was in town Thursday -of last week. Mr. Brown secured rooms in the hotel for his family. Bruce Pearson, of the Salino, spent last night in town. F. O. Swiggett transacted business in "Wa-Keeney on Monday. The annual school meeting will be held on the last Thursday in June. Eda Escher returned to her home, in "Wa-Keeney, Saturday morning. Ed. Power and Jim Hallenbeck, of Col orado, are visiting James Power. Frank Fouts -was indisposed Friday, And sent Tom to teach in his place. J. H. Smith made a flying trip to the northern part of Lane connty last week. Several from Collyer witness...

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. — 16 June 1888

Sn- 'V. ' ' rarssaawp SSStS'lJt-Xi rfifoi, j.-3.fO .---'- - ''wsk3- -?a e ..v' ,'rv.i i-j- -- ,- ,. t t - - .i-- trv-w5 "p r: 'y' K-itF 3?f, 4''-SAc'.T- 7 V !t..V. rsi,-5&t' i1 'VI i l- Rl 2T P?r Kl-- B-i- M & -, EAIHT DAY VEBSES. BT MA&TB. P. HATCH (MABEL PEBOT).' If we never Baw the contrast that there is 'tween son &ad ruin ; It we never knew the difference that there is 'tween joy and oaia ; How could weprUe the beauty of a sunlit sum mer dav. Or knoT half the glowiag pleasures of an hour that's free and gay.' If the sun were alwavs shininc. what would como of flower and leaf I What would come of life's perfectness if we nerer knew a gtief ? Ah! there's need of more than sanshlne. more than that which only cheers ; Ere our lives will fully blossom we must water them with tears. If wo never saw the sunlight, never felt its cheering ray, How ould we go on hoping as we do from aa7 j day V Every dark cloud hath a lining like to silver, pure and light; . Every wearv w...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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