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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 27 August 1897

APACHES AND. MINERS, Trouii33 Bfttweea Them Ssea to Kay No End. Peculiar State el AfTairs Listins Alans the Llae of the Fnmon 2IoJav Desert la Southern California, ' ISpecial Les Angs;&3: (CaL) "letter. ' Tha troubles between the white set tlers in EovstLein. California along1 the lire of tie Mojave desert and the In dians fccein to Lq r.fcv rending'. Andss f,' Ariji:a, the .'rivc-ipal occupation cf tt?e peace twicers a ad ranchmen ta fce raids "on Indian camps. TL ch:;f culitartiu,-; points are Kingman, tbe ,'t:-i'ea aDd Mojave. These towns Bkirt the 'Mojave desert, and the rallying' points of defense and offense. Here ruining prospectors jet their sup plies, o mm l' ration, and, of course, a liberal supply of whisky. These out fitting stations are also railroad cen ters, and with a mixture of mining and railroad men, gamblers, tramps, In dians and Mexican ha!f-breecTs and des peradoes ia general, may be considered 'tough" towns. Here the traveler gets a picturesque view of a t...

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. — 3 September 1897

V. f 1 t ; v - VOL. XII. CrjlOTT vd CITY Of nrjAL FAY5 OSir TAJEa i-fcisLisStO IX Cui.: GGODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBERS, 1S97, NO. 2. MINERS' STRIKE. A Settlement of the Trouble Likol? to Ea 003 ESTu-etecL PITTSBURGH OPERATORS' 0PI5I9J. They; Wi?3 Inclined to Et'.ltse t'ne Story cf a Speedy SeLUenicct Fake JUtch ford Acknowledges the Proposi tion I'rep&rlag to Iie;ame, Columbus, 0., Sept. 1. The coal strike is considered settled here, Tha j plaa is to resume at 64 cents and work ! pending arbitration. The direct par-' ties in this conference l adjustment are President Ratchford, of the United Mine Workers, and the executive com mittee of the operators. A number of the latter were ia tha city yesterday and the result is that a decision may be looked for almost any moment The direct effect of this decision will be the opening of the mines and the re sumption of work by all the striking miners the beginning of the coming week. An operator here says: ''The new figure ha...

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. — 3 September 1897

OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPEH. F. H. STEWART, rubllsbcr. TEP.M3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year $1 K Six months , 76 Three months.., 40 Adverting rales reasonable nod liberal dis counts givta on extended contracts. Entered fit the Fostolnceat Goodlarid, Kaa., for transmission through the mulls, 68 second class mail matter. People's Party Judicial Co i vent on A delegate convention of the people's party cf the Thirty-fourth judicial district of Kaunas, wiil be heid at Hill City, Kan., on Thursday, September i8, l.si7, at ten o'eiock a. m. for the purpura of placing in nomination a candidate for judge of said district. The various counties will be entitled to the following cumber of delegates which ere ap portioned upoa the bash of one delegate at large for each county and one delegate for e3ch l'X) votes or major fraction thereof cast for Hoc. V. E. Bush, ior secretary of state, at the election of l!6. Rooks lllTliomas 6 Graham 7 Sheridan 5 Total i 34 Sherman i All voters who are in favor of right...

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. — 3 September 1897

WORTH WH!Lt. T:- easy eneueh to pleasant Wlwn iite uw alon like e eoce; But tl.e man worthwhile 13 the one wLo will smile When even tliiug g-i?s dead wron. For tl.e k.-t of the heart is trouble. Ati'l it always comn with t!jc rears, . And the .'mile that is worth the praise of earth Is the siiiiii that co-ms tliiough tears. U is ea.-y ecor.gh to be rrudent When nothing tempia you to stray; Wbui without crwitiiiti no yoice of aia Is taring yoar soul awsy. Put it's otily a fixative virtue Until it is tried by tire. And the life that is wonh the honor of earth Is the one that resists dedre. By the cynic, the sad, the fallen. Who had no strength for the strife The world's highway is cumbered to-day; They make tip the item of life. But the virtue that conquers jjasakm. And the sorrow that hides in a smile It is these that are wortn the hoaiasof earth, For we hod them but once in a while. illla Wheeier Wilcox. FBUM 1 HE ! WAYSIDE. Klondyke or New Jersey have no edge on Sherman couuts when...

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. — 3 September 1897

; KANSAS STATS NEWS.-. Eroria !s "dry" for the r&t tlmela Rasy years, W. J. Lrj-an will tpeak at the Wich ita fair October 1. Ch&lera has estarm.iaatatl several drores of hogs io Eife county. All the J;-.',aU inSewtoa were raided the -ether day, Bad the city will be "dry." W. J. Bryan will epeak at Buriin game September &. Gov. Lee4y will iatroduce him. Kansas will this season contribute 75 car loads of fruit to sooth the internal Ran of tbs east. A Nenisha county fanner has apple3 ia his cava 85 sound a3 ever and they are two years old. The Santa Fe railroad'will double track its line from Emporia to Newton, a distance of -74 miles. Congressman Case Eroderick, of the First district, is mentioned for povernor on the republican ticket The railroads, smelters and coal companies at Pittsburg pay nearly 6159.090 in wageevery month. Hon, "Dick" Pickler, of Smith Center, is the republican - nominee for Judge in the Fifteenth district. Marye Tomblin, of Goodland, has enccessfal...

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. — 10 September 1897

r . .' VOL, XII. com? Ayr err? offtcul fafe-s. CKLX PAJta f LtLIsiri.3 is COlf GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1897. NO. 3. r UMR CONTROL. Ysllow Fc-ver Plague in the South Closely Watched. SUfFESIXG SURE TO FOLLOW. Ocean Springs Absolutely Cut Off from the World Except by Mall and Wire Jio KjoJos from Jiew Orler.iis Sttlct Measure Taken. New Orleans, Sept 8. Night feli on New Orleans without a single case cf yellow fever having been re ported to the state board of health. But one imported case hcj thus far been developed here, and death has wiped that out The board of health, through its president, Dr. Olinhant, declared that, in spite of all reports to the contrary, not one of the many who had come here from Ocean Springs had been stricken with the dis ease. At the (ielpi residence, whero the first and fatal case was reported, the place was thoroughly fumigated with sulphur, and it is believed every lingering germ therein has been killed. The four inmates, two serv...

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. — 10 September 1897

OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. F. H. SlEWAttT, . - . Publisher. TERMS OF SUB5CEIPTION'. One year $1 50 Six months 75 Three months... 42 Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts given on extended coatracta. Entered at tbe Postotbce at GoodlaBd, Ean., for rran5iii!eB;(,n througii the maiia, &e second ciasa mail matter. People'a FaHy Judicial Coi.vi-nt'on. A delesaie convention of the people's pnrty of tbe Thirty-fourth judicial di.-trict of Knasas, wiilba held at Hill City, Kaa.. on Thurxday, September 15, h-ffl, at ten o'clock a. m. tor tbe purpose of placing in nomination a candidate for judge of said district. The various counties will be enritlod to tbe following number of dslegates wbicb are ep portiotied c)on the basis of one delegate at iargs for each county and one delegate for each liJ votes or major fraction thereof cast for Hon. W. E. Rush, for secretary of state, at the election of l&fi. Rooks lljT'bomas 8 Granara Sheridan Total. Sherman 5 All voters who are 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. — 10 September 1897

CV?R THERE IN KANSAS. Papers had a Jot to say, i-'.-iria' like o' Kansas. We it it to V.m every day, C'bnckin' fuu si Kansas. Air ju-st full o' elaoder dart? Itdtti bcj: eastern marts :Nurf to creak the people's heart, Over there ia Kansas. Sa that's 75 hare cyckjnes are born, Oo tr,e plaiaa o' Kansas. Es-ery word a word o' scoro Fni the folks in Kansas Hoppers darkenia' the gun, B.z'3 of 'era weih a ton. Seenis to think it's lota of fun Crackin' jokes at Kansas. Now it's come their time to langli, The.Ti :ar folks in Kansas, Gi'ia' easterners the gatf 'Bot aiiairiin Kansas. Fields & buijria1 oat with wheat, Torn fur ail the world to eat. Other crops that can't be at beat, Over there in Kansas. Trains a haulin' oat the stuff From the plains o' Kansas, Eailroada can't get cars enough Fnr to empty Kansas. Ort to ee the farmers una. Stroke the iiiacs on their chin, As the cash come roliin' in, Over there in Kansas. Women sicein' soncs o' glee, 'Bout ol' fruitful Kacsag, Babies crow...

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. — 10 September 1897

YKLLOW. JACK" Tt 5 Dpd Fever Appears in Svca So-rthern Cos;t Cities. A Jew P.f ',;! Have Recited, Jlot rhysl f-lans Lx; tsf N Alarm A E-i'l fjoar antiua in rotve Ajaltisi Ail Oulf Crest IVlnU, Kew C.ilea:?.', Sept 7. -The Loui ian state bocri of health kept faith with. Its sister bodies cf the sonth arid the restcf the country when it ma.de officii! announcement, as a renlt of a careful autopsy, that Uaoui Gelpi, Ic csr3 of e, had died of yellow fever. G-.lpl was the son o prominent peo pie here, and had been spentling some ti,ne at Ocean Springs, where be was taken down with fever and brought Lome here. Soorr after arriving, despite the best medical attention, he died. The death of young Geipi naturally caused no little excitement in the city among the lay public Physicians, however, expressed no apprehension, nd statwl their belief that it was "tiuite possible to arrest a spread of the fever. The board during the day had ordered a, rijrid quarantine against all points on the gulf ...

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. — 17 September 1897

VOL, XII. C-OVSZT T CXTT CTTitlil. TATS?- G&LZ rJUri.it IVliLO IS CoC-vi?. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 17, 1607, NO. 1. MINERS PET. rpected Clash at Hazietss, Fa, Did Not Occur. STRIKE SPEEADIIG IN THE SECI10X. Mines Are Renaming Around l'ltttarb soil Digger La tue District Pay Lit tle Attention to the Ten-Day Clause. HA2LRTC5, Pa., Sept 15. Despite & variety of alarming rumors aud a morning' movement by a body of min ers which looked formidable, yester day passed off without serious disturb ance in the strike region. Matters htill wear such an uncertain aspect, however, that Gen. Gobin declares that the removal of the troops or any portion of thera has not been contem plated. The strike itself is spreading with great rapidity. Exact estimates of the number of the men who have quit work are hard to obtain, but con servative figures place it close to 10,000, with indications that in a short time every colliery of importance in the region will be idle. Although...

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. — 17 September 1897

OFFICIAL COUNTY PAH i . IS, SIEWAKT, Publisher. '.TEEMS 01" tUfc.S'.BIPTION. Cae year '. ,.. $1 50 Sis months.. , , 75 It! rce mon ths , , Vi Adverfi:iu,i rates ream-ibbi ami libera! dis counts given on extdded contracts.' Eateivu at tiii t'o-.ioihce ai Gotland, Kan., f-jrtrarisiiiiiiin through tue mails, as second eiasa mail mutter. Too much law is worse than not enough. Section iTJ of the Dii'ley till is still unfathered. Cuba is not the only place where pacilieos fall before the bullets of bru tal force. ' ' Chairman Dinley has let the feline oat of the fcr.iniy suck. It is the con sumer who pays the tariff. Anarchy is nut a very commendable thiag, but it is no worse than the wholesale butchery recently witnessed ill Pennsylvania. And no it is pour ol.l Ireland that is face to face with famine. Mis fortune seems ever to hover over the people of tha little green We. Pennsylvania is reaping the harvest of greed that led her mine-owners to import ignorant foreigners to take the plac...

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. — 17 September 1897

COUKTi COMENTIO a. The People's Party Put Their Ticket in the Field. New .ite.ii Nomiit.J for tLfc Oilieea by a Harmonious Convention Dutio Ke KoiiiiDSled for fcheylflf-Tho Ticket a Strong One. The people's f arty of Sherman county met in convention at tha court house Saturday at tea o'clock. The conven tion was called to order by Chairman Adams and J. II. Stewart made chair man and M. B. Touiblia secretary of the temporary organisation. After the call and roster had been read the fol lowing committees were appointed by the chair: CredeEtials-J. S. Taylor, B. Mo Cluskey and J. II, Ilorney. Order of Business J. B. Rubeson, G. L. Calvert and J. R. Shipman. Permanent Organization S. Kemp, E. Bowman and Asa Franklin. Resolutions J. J. Knight, M. B. Tomblin and F. II. Stewart. The convention then adjourned to two o'clock. At one o'clock the convection recon vened and the committee on creden tials reported the following delegates aud alternates entitled to seats in the convention: Llanos ...

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. — 17 September 1897

HCSITY. '" K;.i .'fcvf-r ru-ari of inc Car'aaj l:,.t.lt TJut Good. "is," irvr,-:'nf J the young man who is very uiu.ii given to 'irttersj-ing his coo veisat'ior: y.v.L quotation "I tfcall not go W the summer." " Ih.it, U too bad," eidaimed the yew; '0;;ia in tLe L-i-yele wit, ej'ieithf:tic?.!iy. """.Nit at al 'lU;s tr-iTur of sitting around en j,id;--i? ir, j doing nothirij exci-pi wishing .' that- tt-'S: waa noine oiher way of tiding time fn AvP ia not at ell t? my taste. As a ..xr.attcf yc fuct, it isn't any winner ia the city thas it is ekewhere, ar.4 there is always "u.p.'chir-? e.jing on. I like the b'latle and the hurry a:;;l tb? hum." "Bat yon nmt have rst, von k iow. ' You will jvear youri cut if you do.t't." ''Oh, we:," l:o went cn, with ;hat eome whatinay iitanntr which can usually be re bed oa to impress a very yoac6- woman, "it is bettor to wear out than rustaut." "i'uUntie is no need of doing cither, ia there" sLe inquired, apprehciiftiraly. "Ptrhar nut. Jiut it'is mv d...

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. — 24 September 1897

? .' V v VOL. XII. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 21, 1807. NO. 5 ST. LOUIS FEARS FEVER. The Mound City Becomes Excited Oer & Very Suspicious Case. Mobile Physicians Doubt Whdthe? It U JTsllojr Fever gitqatloo Improving at TCetr Orleans More Cases at Cairo SUtoea More at Edward. St. Lena, Sept 23. This city had a yellow fever scare yesterday, but there seems to have been but little founda tion for it, according to Health Com missioner Starkloff, who made an ex amination of the suspected case and declared that it showed not a single symptom of the dread disease that is taging in the south. The suspect is William Tript, SO years of age, who reached the Marine hospital Monday night lie had a high fever and said he came from the government dredge boat Alpha, engaged in revetment work near East Cairo, Ky. In regard to the case, Dr. Starkloff said: "I have made a thorough examination of Tript with Drs. Jordan and Decker. The analysis presented to me makes the case look li...

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. — 24 September 1897

'v'viittll Vr iiivviiUltv t - ' ! OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. I H. STEWAB1 pLlIisLer. TEBilS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year .Si mouths. , Three months $1 50 . 75 40 Advertising rates res'wnaWa and liberal dia- eounts gien oa extemla-l contracts. - bntered at the Pctohii:e at Goodlacd, Rsn., Jor transmission through the mails, as second class m ail mutter. PEOPLE'S PARTY TICKET. For judge of Thirty-Fourth judicial district. , W, S. WiilcozoD I ji county treasurer"?""""" Fd DawWa . lor sheriff.. .... w.B.pustiu : I or register of deeds John J. knight I for surveyor... For coroner .... ..D. A. Lou J. S. Taylor ...George Wiikins For commissioner.. Jack Frost beats physio as a cure for yellow fever. The bitutaimous coal miners have won their strike and are now back at work. It is a cold day when someone does not find one of Prof. Andree's carrier pigeons. The Indiana mob that broke into a jail and lynched five of the occupants was no better than its victims. The treaty of peace between Greece and ...

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. — 24 September 1897

SiCNS OF FALL. TIME. .C-iln' dost to' full tiice know it by the way Tin! wiud comes cjost tiie mountains at the broakiu'o' the day; .' Ao' the tTitcbia' in my j'intg is a most uBfailm' ?iga. , I!. at they're tannin up the fiJdle fertbeboye tor fall in liue! Gottia' clust tar fall time know it by the way The Emoke in curliu1 up'arda in the motniii's cool an' gray; ; loti kin bear a 'rhip-a-itackin' 'crost a ck?er field or two, 'An' yoa thisk o' ridos by moonlight with a sv eethea rt close to you ! CbUin' lose ter fall time let it come along: Sjiring is rich an' rosy, an' summer's sweet with song; Svery season's good enough but give me frost en' fall. An' balance ter yer pardners, an' kUs yer sweet hearts all! Atlanta Constitution. FROM THE WA1SIDE. Better a wise eDemy than a foolish friend. The chroni3 kicker never lacks in spiration. A liar is worse than a thief at any stage of the game of life. When greed can be eliminated from human passions the millenium will have arrived. If it ...

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. — 24 September 1897

!3 THir.D. a tiTt.iOa. Cets Some Taffy t ta ter.dcd ir 'He. .ytsi'a k one lambz fetare about wheel r-r tbat sJ ou rKcr, asd a pood many rewcses, irwt Lavs noticed. That ia the way a raeratily prcSesent rider will carry pa a ai,yjs;aiOn with sores one behind him wariest rv$.-.5y knowing rho that some or pay be, A moderately proficient rider clever er,ough to turn Lia head to look upward, aad so he talks right on in the rk. Ice other day a wheelman was coming ? t Dodge street bill. There iza'i much of a bin oa Dodge street, but siight u it is st bother? the new riders. Just abpad of the wheelman in question, who was riding . tt a leisurely rate, was a stout ladv, mounted or. a new bik. Iia!f-way up the incline tiie vheelmaa was astonished to bear her call out: "Coming, dear?" The wheelman didn't answer. He tdt Tjr the inquiry couldn't be to him, and be Lvpt silence. All out of breath, dear?" she called Egain. And again the wheelman nude no reply. "Don't be discouraged' she cheerify sh...

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. — 1 October 1897

vol. xii. msmwmrjzmh. goodland, Kansas, Friday morning, October i, iso7. no.g. IRHiaATiON - COKGRESa Mea in Convention to Devise Way ia Cet Water for Crops. Chs'irana Mas, of the :atlwsi! Executive CoiBniitli-e, Onre a Kesume ol the Ir Jlfc-atlon Work for tlia Y?arIhe Ifiej;ate Eathasiastlc. LrecoLS, Neb., Sept. 20. Delegate? to the National In-igation congress, which began its sixth annual session yesterday, made a record for industry in disposing cf work on hand and set ting a pace for more elaborate pro ceedings to foliow. The initial session and afternoon was marked by an over flow cf enthusiasm on the part of the participants and visitors. Addresses Ly such men as Judge Emery, of Kan sas; E. T.. Moses, of the same state, and Assistant Land Commissioner - Lest, cf Washington, did not fail to awaken interest in the movements they championed, and the sentiments they expressed were applauded and echoed by local speakers, whose inter est in irrigation projects is reaching the point ...

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. — 1 October 1897

:6cobIanb Republic OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. F. !!. STEWART, Tablisher. TEP.ilS OF SUBSCBIFTiON. One year $1 50 months 75 Three months 40 Advertising rate reasonable and liberal dis counts given on extended contracts. Retired at the Foetotnes at Goodlaad, Ran., for ti-an?!rJfteim throuKh tha raaila, as second class mail matter. PEOPLE'S PARTY TICKET. For Judge of Thirty-Fourth judicial district. W.S. Willeoxon For eoonty clerk For counjy treasurer. For gberiJ For register of deeds. For surveyor . For coroner A. D. Hummel Fred fJawsoa W. . Dustin ...John J. Knight D. A. Long J. S. Taylor ..George Wilting For commissioner. There is do tariff on men or their labor. The deficit in the national treasury Is growing with alarming rapidity. Supply and demand governs the price of labor as well as ail other things. The gold bag press is not saying anything these days about high prices reducing the purchasing power of the old soldier's pension. The corn is tallest and wheat the highest in those s...

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. — 1 October 1897

THE WHISTLING BOY. Whea t',s9 curtains oj night, 'tween tha dark and ih liht, Drop down st the get of ihs ma, And the toilers who roara, to the lored ohes ryrae heme. As tl-ey pass by my window ie one Whose coming I mark, for the song cf the lark As it joyously soars in the ?ky Is ao dearer to me than tee notes gkd and fe Of the boy who goes whistling by. If a sense of narest setiles over my breast And my spirit is clouded with care, It all flies away if he happens to stray Fast my window a-whistling an air. And I never shall know bow much gladness I owe To this joy of the ear and the eye, But I'm sure I'm in dtbt for much pleasure I get To this boy who goes whistling by. And this music of his, how much better it is Than to burden his life with a frowa, For the toiler who sings to his purposes brings A hope his endeavor to crown. And whenever I hear his glad notes full and clear I say to myself I will try To make all of life with a joy to be rife, Like the boy who goes whistling by....

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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