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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 5 November 1897

PARROTS HAD THE LAUGH. Is.Uactor J Infants 2ieet DltBffil Ues in tiie Park Zoo, Si 5 was a prira, close-fitted looking youna Tromaft in a dark dress, and as she walked thiough tke Lincoln park zoo with a body fuard'ef ten mild little girls explaining mat ters generally, the monkeys yawned and murmured wuh that tired feeling: "Kindergarten seen 'em before." She paused before the parrot's cage, ad justed her eyeglasses on her classic nose, and prepared to' enhgtea the innocent mind of youth. "These are parrots, girls. Mamie may spell parrot." "P-a-r-r-u-t," spelled one of the Email maidens. " 'Hot,' Mamie, 'rot,' " said the fair Minerva, serenely. ''.Rot, Mamie, rot, rot, rot," yelled the little gray parrot that laughs, and a sym pathetic chorus took up the refrain. Mi nerva reddened, and the maidens giggled. ''How annoying!" she went on. "TheEe birds, girls; have the power of articulation and if carefully instructed are capable of al most perfect ennunciation; but while pos sessing 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. — 12 November 1897

UV' V-- f" W v .9 Li Viv VOL. XII. COrKTT AKO CITY OFFICIAL PJiprR. OSMt FAXIL3 PCELlsEXU W tOOiif. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12, 1897. NO. 12. HAMPTONS REPORT. Zho . Commissioner of Railroad Notes Improved Earnings. -10 LOCK INTO HEAT HSPECII03. A Special Agent Sent from Washington- to " Kansas City to Investigate Charges Government Forestry Work The . Ice-Boond Whaling Fleet " Washington, Xov. 10. Gen. Wade Hampton, who ha? just been succeed ed by Gen. Longstreet as commis tioner of railroads, baa submitted to ' iht interior department his report for - i past fiscal year. He says that the year marked the low water mark of railway construction. During the year 34 companies, with 5,441 miles of t'd, passed into the hands of the tvnrts, and 53 others previously placed la receiverships were sold at foreclo- : hare. A steady improvement in rail road earnings during the first six laonths of the current year is lifted, an improvement particularly apparent in the bond-aid...

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. — 12 November 1897

COUNTY PAPER. h-r. Tr KiiS OF SCPSCBIPTION. - Oasyeir $1 50 !" X manii. . : , 5 iliree moLs , 40 Advertising rales reasonable end liberal di-Si-aats irien en extended contracts. Kteffiattsa Fxetwisce at Goodla&d, Ean., for irir-.!i. -in tiirouga the icailfc a second tihss ffiaU matter. Tbe reform forces of Kansas Ernst gt together for good or the republi cans ?ri!l get the ciSees. ' Senators Gormaa cf Maryland and Piatt of New York ought to exchange messages of condolence. The Topeks Cajital Las been silent pa the "not paid for want of funds" issue since the election is over. Tha election is safely over,. but a new danger threatens the republic congress is about to convene, There is only one way for the reform forces to succeed and that is to get ' the oSces, from the minor ones up. Iii case of a foreign war western Kan sas would be about the safest place in America for a nervous man to camp. OF War is not such a desperate game " after all. Only 303 Greeks were killed and l,60i ...

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. — 12 November 1897

TH -OFFICIAL COUNT, TE DiSTr ICT COUHT. The Majnr'liea a I"iiiud B the fsurjji- r Case on llie Pocket for tie !?oeii.berl lr,g i":ar.1. Term Coa.-t Set Mood, j Tl9 toard of county commissioners The folioViag cacs are docketed for I set Friday and eaavassed the vcte cf j the comics teres of the district court. ! the late election. They found j Criminal cases; State of Kansa3 vs. That Judge Smith, republican, for.G. M.' Phillips, violation prohibitive district judice, received a majority of 34 law, U. x-itti west to votes. - That R. J. Jones, republican, for county treasurer, received a majority of 2D votes. That A. D. Rommel, popniiet, for county clfirk, received a majority of 13 votes. That E. E. Docly. republican, for register of deeds, received a majority j of32yotes. That W. E. Dastin, populist, for sheriff, received a majority of 4G votes. That D. A, Long, populist, for sur veyor, received a majority of 67 votes. That A. A. Shelley, republican, for coroner, received a majority o...

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. — 12 November 1897

: Si : llit I'h'-" is tia WiS3iS " " . - ?tlice. '- -"'v .-i-v woman with punish i her eiscrclla oa the editor's desk !' '"-r &n a j.--i of darnp proofs, "iM a E,iu." she seiii, "a man '.nth a -",;,-,! 1 g"wtce aaa a Fiieakin' manner hand 'J'-'y'i1" noi!?e this ssorain' for pabli- , 'U C ," grij the editor: "there it is, " -:: . i't las to iL's. Ilddsh lloskms. Is tsit r.filtr' " ' names is ill rlfeht. It says Mr. Pe ytirs ..xra. Hoakma to the hymeneal altar, w-r. t it ; - ntdoe?." l thought so. I'm Mrs. Uoskins. That is, I vaa st nijjht. I a'pose m have to be i"ir. PeU:M now. I want the Etyle of that rr.am'a?e notice changed." . 'la what way?" asked the editor. 'i Jl give you my reasons first. You see. I ve got some money and own a farm and ts'ototton gins. Anybody can see I don't rtwd & husband. That Samson Peters k trn'iLn'-, lazy, and no account generally. He e.ih'$ git no family nor friends and ain't svuth iimr.ka. lie ain't no more fit to take care of. hisself thaa a b...

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. — 19 November 1897

VOL. XII. CCTTSTT A?TD CTTT OTTTCIAI, PAFT"PU I APES rtEI.ISHTID I2C COC2CXX. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 1897. NO. 13. hers of th.a Five Tribes Win .Ask for Special Legislation. 10 I5YADE THE WICHITA C0U3IRY. Iiaii to Get Twat7 Thoound "Boomen" to Loct la the Territory A Mormon Polygamy Is ot Dead Na tional Grange Officers. Wasexxgtos-, Not. 17. Eepresenta ti ve3 of the Chickasaw and Choctaw tribes are here to ask congress for special legislation exempting them from the operations of the law which goes into effect January L This law takes away tribal Jurisdiction over the courts of the Indian territory and places it in the hands of the federal judiciary. It also requires the president to ap prove all legislation enacted by the as semblies of the five tribes before it may "become effective and binding. The intent of this law, which was passed by congress June 10, was to abolish tribal law and to demonstrate to the Ind ians that holding aloof from the Dawes commiss...

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. — 19 November 1897

v r f Z : ! C!AL COUNTY PAPER. . CTEVFAUT, Fa! OF SUBSCRIPTION. Or. ysar fl SO fix docths . ..... 75 Icrw months 0 AJferr.ang rates rea.onabL3 and liberal di ccsta sriren on extended contracts. Entered at ta j PoetoSce at Goodlaad, Keq-, for transmission ttrougri tee mail, aa second i&es EiHii matter. Attorney General Boyle is threaten in? to get after the coal trust. Old manFilley of H'Iissoary" has put on Li3 war paint and nothing but the scalp of Henna can ever make his heart good &ain. Mrs. Annie Digs has been appointed state libariaa of Kansas. Jlrs. Diggs has dons good work for the reform .forces in Kansas and deserves all she gets in the appointment. There is a deep-seated conviction in the minds of the public that the fight the Ohio republican politicians are putting on Hanna can be pacified by the simple process of opening the right kind of a bar'L Theodore Durrant, who was to have have been hanged last Friday, was again reprieved. A few more timely reprieves and Du...

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. — 19 November 1897

IN NOVEf.TDEi Kov, in ih iloic o' jar, -trben azcra fiirs Hive- u.:-ccesl their sJieti-rray. asd wisis yfa.T keen. And Auiiiu is about to fnri unseen Ecr Sotaci orifJamme, borne royal -Lse TLr&caoct October now, when loeesorne lies The orchard that so Lattlj was the scene Of such lare j-ieldaoce, and the ground 13 J lean . VThereorer the abangered rarea files Now i3 the land like to a man ero-sra old. Its ourward grace baa Tanished. bat iriihaj Tia not enaddened, since it still may brood Oo harTPSts gathered memories manifold And see its children risen tip to call It blessed, with fall hearts of gratitnde. Julie 31. Lippmann in Outlook. PLEASED WITH DENVER. Col. Wareinff Pajs the Moontala CItj Compliment. The Denver News of Wednesday, November 10, has this to say of CoL Wareing of this c-ity: Col. J. D. Wareing, formerly of Phil adelphia, but now of Goodland, Kan., has been locking around Denver fcr the past three weeks to see what open ings there are for capital. He leaves to-n...

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. — 19 November 1897

. e I i!er 7i?t to XJatertalna BorH G a e t- a r;,n7 tie ii:--:-? ?iM to a get: "siii you to er.terta-n Mr. Li.ink a i:t Le iocka bored to death- 1 will intro an 1 you must try to jrnue Lira, icy kn.'-v his strcr.-? point is butter, on v ;'h he haj written a took." I be Liiy-pest pra-ioasly undert'vjk the ta-c of eptc-rtaintr.g the man, inwardly won cenng that he should be so interested in butter cf which she knew very little when r:i3 lace mdcated a mind riven to muchpro iotr.d thinking. However, with butter in view, Ehe began on the weather, gradually got to the coun try, tben en to a farm, from that to cows, ari i at last to butter- The man looked more bored than ever, the mape word "butter" producing not the slightest effect, and he ieit her somew hat abruptly, and soon with drew from the hou.e. "I did my best," she explained to the hostess; "I went through agonies to prove that I was deeply interested in butter, but it was all in vain." ".Butter!" exclaimed the hostess. "What p...

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. — 26 November 1897

VOL. XII. corr-rr ajtd cttt orncuL GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MOENING, NOVEMBER 2G, 1657, NO. URRENCY REFORM. Secretary Gala's Speech at a ITew Tor's. Banquet. CHASGES CA5 SAFELY BE HADE. The Secretary Thinks the Establishment of Gar Currency and BuUbi Syitem upon fecnr Foundations Will Krlng Permanent Prosperity. ew York, Not. 24. The 129th an nual dinner of the New York chamber of commerce was given at Delmonico's Dew restaurant last night. Men dis tinguished in professional aDd com mercial life were present and the beautiful banquet hall was taxed to its utmost capacity. Secretary of the Treasury Lyman J. Gage was the Iruest of honor and the chief speaker. Alexander E. Orr, president of the chamber, presided. Among the other guests were Secretary of War Russell A. Alger, Gov. Frank S. Black, Comp troller of the Currency J. IL Eckels, Mayor William L. Strong; President Daniel C Gillman, of Johns Hopkins university, Maj. Gen. Wesley Merritt, Commodore Francis M. Bunce, U. S. N.. Carl...

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. — 26 November 1897

i I . ?.:ftic::. . It so 40 wssmsbi and liberal tl- j contract. to:;.ce at Uoo-JlaBd. Kan.. :rcua tut? m lift, tstewnd e 1.4 IZ J TZZHZ&riZ'J PLANTS. " Irr:;stica conventions are booming frequent ia the srest. There e&nnct be too many of them, if they are properly snaed. They are educating the peo ple re-sciicg aa important subject. A vast arei in the west depends oa irrigation for its prosperity, and there are thousands of opportunities, eren ia localities with ample rainfall, for farri ers to inake sure cf crops oa limited . g.re&3 ia dry years by email irriatioa plants. The irrigation movement will - ghin impetus every year for a Ion;? time to cose, and ditches, before long, will ta familiar objtcts to thousands of people who. a few years ago, knew nothing aboat irrigation except what they might hare vaguely gleaned from reading cf it in distant lands, without any notion that they would themselves cultivate irrigated farms. As the state irrigation convention at Lrtwre...

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. — 26 November 1897

v-it:.'.-t -. i ;t cuiy t ) vtre .vil.:r 5 t j s-viir tl.it they 1 .r.r. i .ve i inoxic 3 cf the 'drf.-r-Jir.t. He di!,-j iniro J t-Ctr-1 iu tetiiuonjY tut r'.rte-l on 1 1 I riief tLii the fctata ti l net ir.U its ( d-e. jiry w hs out about 4 ? hours, an 1 not being atls to rearh a ver Hot were di-cha: .red. The cases pending p.. . 5 ii -1 decree Bradley, and A. Lt Cullies on the same charge were coa tiuued. The Lt:il Ci. The case of the state vs. Joha Lamb, charged with an attempt at burglary and rape, went, to trial Wednesday morning. The case was hotly contest ed on both tides, but the defense suc ceeded in proving an alitl that was sufficiently clear to secure from the jury a verdict of acquital. Last June, it was alleged, Lamb had tried to force his way into the home of Bert Jacobs, while Mrs. Jacobs was alone. Lamb was arrested on the charge of being guilty of disorderly conduct and wa3 prosecuted in the city court, but was acquitted on proving an alibi. He was subsequently ar...

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. — 26 November 1897

CATC . z: l c. ci the c.e-5-a ted T-Hr-iJ vi f- irc-n t.- e :2ct t-e ncr.th ci hier-k ore a rrhite Cd'ij b his e S7-cc-jh cf the rarred ry ccr." icvcrLis from it Tcri-i it S3 a lriri ' .rt. " 2c t beir.z c?--.j "r.:r : were the cc-:t Soever ;--T-t c cv- e'. -rr-1 "Ye-, i;'. a ci oih d. IV th-" t".-: f.e rr.ia when .'! r-.? c-:e fx'j.-ei 'Si ready t- lare the tar. iv :" r? he ve:t he touched L!a hat to his tor- "4Yes," he ?vd, T-iesATUlv, "this is a cloth daisy, 2Iy l.itle da tighter, who i an invalid, made it ani rimed it on. She asked me to v-ear it. and I had not the heart to refuse he-. I hop I have your permission?" A Tocp of shamefaced jriris sneaked out of the car at the next Etation. Chicago Tuss-s-IIerd- HE CONQUERED .IT. Awful Stmarsle with Moatter That Finally. Yielded. All MTaS silence for a moment. Then a loud, shrill shriek rent the startled air. There vrr.n the ourd of a heavy bodv failiri, a crashing of timbers, a noise as of fcinfnj spirits waiiing in despair. A chai...

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 December 1897

VOL. XII. covrrrr sjtd cttt otttcxai. tavttu 05LI PAfB FCBI.ISHr.D COOXX. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 3, 1897, NO. 15. WORK FOR CONGRESS Littla dance for Passing a Cur rency Reform Ueasure. Ill EXPENSES TO BE EEPI DOTTC. Tie President Orders That Every Expe&dl toxe Hast Be Cot Down to the Mini inom-l)jjr Rejects a Portfolio TDeclslon in a Featloa Case. JxsiiTSGToy, Dec. L Members of congress are unusually slow in putting in their appearance here for the regu lar session, which convenes next Mon day. Up to this time, there have been scarcely more than a half dozen ar rivals each day. From now on, how ever, it is expected that the rush will iegin, and that a very full attendance ivill be in their places on the opening ilay. With the exception of pro nounced and radical pro and auti Cnban congressmen the members of both houses, as a rule, seem to be hold ing their judgments in abeyance un til they ascertain from official sources exactly what the situation is as to Cu...

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 December 1897

' ""i v V ' JOUNTY PAPER. f. II. STiJ tTAHT, - - Fatlisher. OF SUL5CSIPTI0N. Or:e yar 50 x months IS Tiir9 mocthj 4d Adverti.-:ug rates reasonable and liberal dia eonats firea oa extendc-d contracts. tntered at the fosiotttce at Good Land, Ran., for trail mission througa the mails, as second ci&ss mail rctier. Reciprocity Is free trade under an alias. Tbe Dingley bilf i3 a disappointment even to republicans. GK!rgia, which cavie football a felony i3 now thinking of passing a bill to legalize ball fighting. Congress meets next Monday and the eloquence that will flow into the Rec ord will be as voluminous as ever. Hanna is claiming a good majority in the Ohio legislature. He must have knocked the bung out of his barrel. England and France are trying to bluff each other out of a slice of Afri can swamp, and war talk is getting pretty loud. Scarcity of provisions in the Klon dike is said to be so serious that con gress will be called upon to help out the starving argonauts. Terrific...

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 December 1897

THE KICKER. Kicking ia the morning, Kicking all tbs day; Eicking if he's bnsy, Eickin at delay. Thus the chronic kicker Fills hU life with -woes, Fro-wnicg. grumbling, wrangling. Everywhere he goes. N"othing ever suits Li in. Always finding fault ; Erery kind of pleasure He is sure to halt. Scowling at the children. Growling at his wife ; Turning peace feed comfort Into constant strife. Kicking if the weather Happens to be dry ; Kicking when the rain is Tumbling from the sky. Kicking in the summer. Heat Las then do charm ; Kicking in the winter. Then he'd hare it warm. Kicking every mealtime. Glaring at the meat; Of ten he id saying : "Nothing fit to eat. Kicking when he's read) eg. Grumbling at tho light ; Now and then denouncing Everything in sight. Kicking in the morning, Kicking ail the day ; Kicking in the evening, " Kicking should he pray. Kicking while he's thinking. Kicking when in bed ; Wonder if he'll keep on Kicking when he's dead. Pittsburg Chronicle. DISTRICT COURT. R. ...

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 December 1897

." - - . - f ". :... Slla't ilave Hnch to I a y. :' "i ct ri.-Itcrs to YTa -LLnzton who -. .: t'. e t-TT. Lie c':.--r,':er or fcc-nse cf rep- it: :a the r d-tr.ct and bear him make i ---....va 15 c:ii ;pcrer.: at the Eaticnaj (.ce ran tad .-pen as a frecjaest 1 tor in the cliery of the L-use. A friend t--s the scat beid-e him one Iay, aod warm - .r.-zs were eichar.re-i between tte two, "llave you &n him?'' &ked the new- "Yea" was tLe rerVIr. "I've seen him." "Have you had the luck to be here when 1 e v.-as talking?'' ' "I took care not to miss anything he might ty. I re been here every day. "I don't tiame tou. I cn!v wish I had the time. The way he woke rp those mo- ropc-.:es and nr g-stera out Lome was a cau tion, and then he waa only nibbling at the Questions of the day, just getting the flavor ct the social situation previous to stepping tn and b:iiri out a chunk or two. That' the way I always looked at him." "I suppose his voice has been ringing out clarion tones." "M ye...

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 December 1897

VOL. XII, rr T-rmr An cttt crnriiL tai QOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 10, 189; NO. U'RINLEY'S MESSAGE President Send3 a Corcmunlca tloa to the Fif ty-Ilf th Corsres3. CTESESCI F202LE!! TOUCHED UT05 Our Foreign Be!aIoas The Cuban Trotbls The Hawaiian Islands The Bitcctal lio CommlMloo International ArUtrttio Alaska Taa Indian Problem Etc, Etc WAsrriNGTON, Dec. 6. President 11c jinley sent the following message to both houses of the Fifty-Fifth con press: To tie Senate Bad House cf Representatives: It gives me pleasure to extend greeting to the ifty-Fifth congress assembled in regular ses rf:oaatthe seat of fOYcmmcnt, with many cf whose senators and representative I have teen associated ia the legislative service. Their meeting occurs under felicitous condi tions. Justifying sincere congratulation and calling for our grateful acknowledgement to a beneficent Providence which has so signally tlessed and prospered U3 as a nation. Peace and good will with all the nations of th...

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 December 1897

i m jr rlCIAL COUNTY PAPER. ILuP.7t - r2tlishr. p.iis or subscription. II 50 year i ruontbs". . A j rertiir. rates 75 40 soo&bia and liberal dis co-:.-; -iveci on ei'PDfi'Hi contracts. i.:iref-j si te Pea to the; at Good la ad. Kan., for transmission througn tbe maiia, aj second e...s na;l matier. Car lieed has resumed his reign. v 6-11, McKinley Las let hose cf an other message. The president's mess&ge coutained aboct 20,000 word but no ideas. Secretary Gage is modest. lie only a-ks an appropriat ion of ?4G2,G47,S35. Germany has used its power to hu railate the little black: republic of Kayti. t A bill providing for tbe establish ment of postal savings banks has al ready been introduced in the house. There are some people, Mr. McKin Ley will find, who will oppose his plan of retiring the greenbacks and patting the country npon an absolute gold basis. Editor Hearst cf the New York Journal is contemplating a raid upon Cuba and the chances are that Gen. Blanco had better be ma...

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 December 1897

THZ OLD HO:,iE. Net far from the villa--? trpi; Diit r.? cm I. irrr-2 r.ciow; lLcic-sed it, Aud Ccwr brought tLMr fragrance s The f-inls ia the roof -!i thaicho. "Die win2? in tb- tali elm tree. Th-e r-iiflWa7 that 11 to tii" oodlaads, 5IaiP tL-? I.:r-r.iet h--n:a for me. Tbn. no roriJ beyon'I'tlie nio-t'io'xs Ditarbed mjr beacti'ul dreani ; II j playt-ates were bird and Sower?. And we Visti to sing to the stream. Bat now the gn?ea meadows bay widacd. Far. far to the roliio? sea. And I sail awa y on its bosom From tbe Lome of my infancy. Ob. lands of crinfsoa and purple! Ob, white-jeweled cities afar I Te throb on the restless ocean, Te daxzle liie orient star ; Eat. ob. for tbe borne of my childhood. And my world of meadow and tree: For tbe quiet calm of those old, old days Has gone forever from me. William T. Seward in Goldea Dajs- FKIIM HIE WAYSIDE It is the little things in life that ag gravate. The smaller some peopSe grow the greater kickers they become. G.iodlaDd has but one ...

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