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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 18 December 1890

ZJ (T WAS the good ship "Polly." and she sailed toe wintry sea, For ships most sail tHo' fierce the gale, and a precious freight had she; 'Twas the cap tain's little daughter stood beside her fe . ther's chair. And Illumed the dingy cabin wlta the sunshine of her hair. With a yo-heave-ho. and a yo-heave-ho! For ships must sail Tbo fierce the gale And loud the tempests blow. The captain's fingers rested on the pretty, curly head. To-morrow will be Christmas day," the little maiden said; "Do you suppose that Santa Claus will find us on the sea, And make believe the stove-pipe is a chim- ney Just for meV j Loud laughed the jovial captain, and "By my . faith." he cried, "If he should come we'll let him know he has a friend inside !" And many a rugged sailor cast a loving glance that night At the stove-pipe where a lonely little stock ing fluttered white. With a yo-heave-ho, and a yo-heave-ho ! For ships must sail Tbo' fierce the gale And loud the tempests blow. On the good ship "Polly" ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 18 December 1890

FIFTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Political Complexion of the Senate , ajid House. THE SENATE. Republicans, 46; Democrats, 38; doubtful, 4. ' Te terms of office of one-third of the Sen ators will expire on March 3, 1961, and their suc cessors will be chosen Uy the Legislatures which will meet early in the new year. In some States choices have been made, and the Sen ators chosen will serve until March 3, 1887. Foltowineis the list to date, and the probable political-results when elections are held: ALABAMA. 7trm.tr, MONTANA. Term ex. John T. Morgan, D.1&JT. James U. Putfh, D.1897 ARKANSAS. . I James H. Berry, D.18&5 D..18ST7 CALIFORNIA. R..1897 George Hearst, D..18D3 OOLOHADO. R..1S97 O. E. Wolcott. I1...1S95 CONNECTICUT. R..1S97 Jos. E. Hawley, R..18J3 DELAWARE. OeOTire Gray. D W. F. Sanders.R....1893 Thos C. Power, B.. 1895 NEBRASKA. A. S. Paddock. R. ..1893 C.F. Manderson, R.18U5 NEVADA. R..1897 Wm. M. Stew art, R. .1893 NEW HAMPSHIRE. ..1897 W. E. Chandler. R..1895 NEW JERSEY. T. R....

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 18 December 1890

DRT HACK p Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats & Caps. We are selling more "silk handker chiefs" and '-mufflers" than ever. Eeason why: Largest Stock; Lowest Prices. We invite you to come and see them. Yours GROCERIES AND DECEMBER 31, 1890, One Elegant Dinner Set, wortb $20.00. 'Cash, $5.00. One Parlor Lamp One Churn. One Pail Syrup. . 0Q Baking Powder and Lamp. iTur cans Tomatoes. , Pour cans Corn Oce Baking Powder and Coffee Mill JveryT)0(Ty who buys Come back for moras When Joa buy goods of Keeney you are always sure of getting the worth yar money. Call and see bis elegant dinner sets and glassware something entirely new. Five per cent, discount for spot cash, except Sugaf and Uoffee. When io town don't go home until you have seen Keenest . W-H-H-jEEttrETS', the leading Grocer, Commercial Ave. THE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL CDUfiTY PAPER. 28 81.50 frER SEAtt. a ADVASCE. WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. GREAT BKND, - - KANSAS LOCAL COMMENT, . Christmas on week frofa today. A. L Baker w...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 18 December 1890

D A TDrnTvT r TTTvTrpT7" TUITVTOTD A m O I I L)PT TmvrnrNTrn VOL. 7. NO. 30 Great JBetid, Kansas, December 18, 1890. tl.SO FEH YEAR. "The Star of Bethlehem!" Doubtless shown no brighter Than doe Slav Go s, display of Holiday :; Goods. Good to I Luck jn all U Who 50 to SHAW & CO,- FOR TOY S Plush Croods. Perfumes, Lamps. Alliums, And everything Useful, Ornamental or Amusing. See our stock before ' you buy. Prices way down. SHAW & CO. Kansas Philosophy. From the Atc'niri CU l-e Ignorance is shucked at common sense every day. Few men learn sense until they are too old to use it. So many of us receive praise when we. really need criticism. Even the good man who is able to forgive, is never able to forget.N Ue who is longest in choosing his friends has the fewest foes. The most unhappy man should be happy because he is not a .woman. The best christian is the man who never mentions, the fact that he is one. The survival of the fittest is so often the survival of a coward with long...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 18 December 1890

a in t 1 Persons needing Dentist's vrork will always find At his office, In the Fair Block during- office hours, 8 a. ' m.y to 6 p. m. DENTISTRY. IF YOU WANT AN ORGAN OR , . CALL-ON F.A. McGuire At once, and get it. They MUST be closed out at once at Reduced Rates. ELY'S OLD STAND. CANDIES at BARGAINS 1 1 i, j -t m Order, what you want and you'll get it. A complete stock of Confec tionery of all kinds. BREAD, The test in the city. Call on me for all things good. H. H. FELDKAMP. - Southwest Corner Square. Age comes to every man, but fate Is kind to woman fair. For when she reaches twenty eight f She stops right then and there. . Ed. Howard was in from Eueka township Saturday. Hacker Bros, have a change in their advertisement this week. Wise people will buy their Christ mas goods before the rash. - i Wm. Eikmeier of tfee south side is laid up with a felon on his left hand. Crilly & Hayes have bloomed out in a fiae new sign for their meat shop. - . C. W. Howell called Saturday to s...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 18 December 1890

HOULDER ARMS MARCH TO G, N. & E. R.MOSES, And see their immense stock of gos of all kinds for pres ent use for Holidays, for every day u?e. Ask them for bar gains in stoves, guns, hard ware, jewelry, slverware, sew ' ing machines, fancy and plain dishes, novelties, buggief, car riages, wagons, raod carts, windmills, pumps., barb wire still at 3c per pound. They repair watches, clocks, and jewelry. Make and repair tin and copperware. No trouble to show goods. Come in and shake hands. - GU. &, 3. R. MOSES. From all points in Kansas to Kansas City, St. Louis and the Bast and North. . THE FAST HAIL ROUTE. A DAILY TRAINS 4, Between Kansas City and St. Louis. THK Colorado Short Lino TO Pueblo and Denver. H. C. TOWNSEND. Genl. Passenger and Ticket Agent, Si Louis, Ma. Saturday was one of the busiest days our merchants have experienced for a long time. The farmers in town that, day all seemed in good spirits. Sid Crane dropped around Tuesday and tent the Democrat to Fred Du Mont, at...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 18 December 1890

ReaflliRBafll Familiar words shut the door. While you are thinking of the Holi days and what you will get in the way of Christmas presents. Remember that EL SIMMONS, THE ForniEare Dealer, On North Side of Square, CAN PLEASE YOU In almost anythine you want in that line. He has Chairs, Dining Tailes, Center Tables Dressers Mattresses and Sofas - Bed Steads and Springs Picture Frames Mirrors And everything useful and ornamental, AT VnCT "DT A TATIT TJT T T)T rOTCI Artistic and Ornamental FAFEH. HAHGIHQ N CALSOMIHiHQ ' - - GRAINING And all Plain and Ornamental Painting, at Reasonable Prices. SipJFriiiDf a Specialty. I do work eisher in town or country, and guarantee satisfaction. Call on me, North Side of Squars. - John Zoeller, (FORMERLY GREVE &ZCELLER.) Real estate men profit by their good deeds " ' - . Frank -B. Sfhu-tir of this city has lecu raiitid an increase of pension. If you hope t wiu work and wait hut work a good deal more than-you wait The mantle of charity has covered s...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 25 December 1890

-r THE LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE COUNTY. PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE. BARTON DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL PAPER OF BARTON POTTST-XST . VOLUME VII, GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1890. NUMBER SO. 0U3J 0H2ISTMAS GEEETINQ. A Merry Christmas to our rea! ers one and all. May today be the happiest of all the year. May no re flections of troubles $ast gior shadows of coming cGtes be' cast aslant your pathway to mar the pleasures of this Chris&mas day. May your hearts be filled with "peace, and good will to men." On this day the christians' was born.' He who hath said "Blessed be the merciful, for they shall obtain mercy;" lie whom "from She cradle i in the manger to Calvary's ojuel cross" led on earth ai unblemished fife, will be adored and commemorated t&e world over on this day.' fh this happy time, when hand meets hand and hearts fire warnSed wjth lore of fellow men; when it is truly felt to fie "more blessed to triye than to receive," the Democrat has but a kindl...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 25 December 1890

- THE DEMOCRAT WlLU E. STOKE. EDITOR AND PUOPEIETOI GREAT B$ND. - . - - KANSAS CURRENT COMMENT. Mes. White law Eeio as epn dec orated with the order of "Shefkat" by the Sultan of Tur key. Cabox IIibsch, the Austrian financier, is organizing a meeting in Viennin be half f the Russian Jewa Skceetabt Pbocto 4oe tt think Sitting Ball's death will fc&ie any bad effect on the friendly Indians he War Department has issued an order increasing the reward for the ar rest o9 deserters by civil officers from $30 S60. Senator Mokajt says that the coun try would have been much better, off had the ' fifteenth imtnAment never, been passed. The Keely motor stockholders held their annual meeting recently in Phila delphia and declared Untfyiny faith in the success oj the iicventior. A Emanuel, a tnemfcer of the Aiken. S. G bar. claims to have dis covered a cheap method by which alum inum may be recovered frojo oiay by the use f sulphuric acid. PeTxioks have been circulating all over Oklahoma askin...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 25 December 1890

AYEXGED AT LAST; Or, a World-Wide Chase. A STORY OF RETRIBUTION. H"V "WABASH. LCOPTBIGHX, 1800. CHAPTER X. If I take the vtlngs of the morning and fly to the uttermost parts of the earth, even there shall Thy hand find me. Joa. HEN a revolting' sight meets the gaze amid sur foundings where the hands of in dustrious settlers hare been busy doing their ut most in an almost vain endeavor to improve on nat ure the feeling of awe which it arouses exceeds by far such feeling created under ordinary circum stance and in paths of life where such sights are not uncommon. The violent contrast chills and paralyses the senses and for the moment we know not hoa to act or what to do. We stand, and gaze in horror, as if struck dumb, until the actual truth which has burst bu- denly upon us is made clear and ndie putable, when we begin to use ouf reasoning powers, and look for cause. Such an experience was that of .nton Reyman on a bright July morning, as far back as 1875. Anton was the foreman of th...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 25 December 1890

THE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL' COUHTY. PAPBR, Of&cein Opera Block) '. '' . GREAT BEND, : KAKSAB. WILL K. STIX, FibUther ud rreprMer. PUBLISHED WEEKLY EDITOBIAJ. GOlflf-EHT. Tote ample foot of the Kansas farm er is steadily pressing down on the long, crane like .neck of Ingalls. Dm some one say these were "short" days? Well we should smile. A fel low never realizes how unpleasant it is to be "short" until the family has began purchasing Christmas presents. -TEEM OF 8UBSCBIPTION CASH. One year flix months Three months.. .1. . JO Entered u second class matter at the Great Bens' Kansas, postoffice. VA11 advertisements or commuaicatlons, to ob tain an Insertion In the Democrat, must do nanaea in by Wednesday noon oi eacn wp, si ui wj is test. BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL. ATTORNEYS AT LAW C F DIFFEX BACKER D A BAXTA .' DIFFENBACHER & BANTA, .A.TTORCJEY3 AT LAW, Office in Allen-Hubbard Block, Koonis 9 and 11 . flREAT BEXD. KANSAS 11 .JASi W. CLARKE. F. V. RUSSELL CLARKE fc RUSSELL, LAWYERS,...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 25 December 1890

(10 in mm p rc ARE WE GOING TGX ; ; QUIT GREAT BEND? Mm ... - But we will now and hereafter as heretofore sell you goods for less money, the quality being equal, than any of our competitors , The WOnoDe TlhDimg In a ClyslhieODs The End of this season catches us with an Immense Stock of Winter Goods yet unsold. What are we going to do with them? We are not going to Will cut A - GREAT - GRAND - CLEARANCE - SALE! This tneans we have fully made up our minds to cut and lash right and left, rather than carry over our immense Winter Stock. of anything in our line come at once. You will have the best chance at the same price. Our deepest cuts will be made in "Ladies' Clothing, and Red and ascertain the truth of 0 Our Prices are SAMUELS WE COME TO THE FRONT! OUR LIBERALITY IS OUR SUCCESS! Owing to the Liberal Patronage given us during the past year, arid wishing to show our appreciation, we shall give away on Christmas Eve., this year, December 24, 1890, the following presents: One- Set Ghin...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 25 December 1890

THE OLD AND THE NEW. ORU kindles in the East at last; December 9 . storm-winds trumpet loud; Across the sky go scudding fast The great g r j . argoslea o! - cloud. Life stirs along the somber street That slept ere- while as still as death: The few that fare on hurrying feet Are mantled with their frosty Dream. The slow chimes tell the gliding hoars, ' ; And Night again the scene enfolds; "While still from Heaven-tapering towers . Time's never-falling message rolls. Twelve! midnight dark of death and birth! The old year and the griefs thereof Have passed, and smiles upon the earth A glad new year of peace and love. f Clinton Scollard, In College and School. ' SEASONABLE RHYMES. . , v - The Old Tear and the New. The old year lingers for a little space. As loth to leave this active stage of life, ITen as a man would feel to part from wife And child forever, mourning their absent place. "What wondrous deeds have left undying trace Upon his memory? What ceaseless strife? While over earth...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 25 December 1890

RED CLOUD. The Old Chief Addresses His Followers In Grand Coanell. ; Petk Ridge; & D-. Dec 2a The toil itary counted the returned recalcitrants and issued rations to them. There were 1,024. A grand council was held last night. Red Clojad told the braves that his heart was broken They had caused deal of trouble and now their stock was here eating grass (a t very serious thing sat present, there is so much stock here) i j i fi'2'ng his rations, but 'f hn wrQ will in t to 0 f a - . n 4 Nations. He would red xou. count it all nothing If the tronblft couVl be settled. If those who were out would not come in and the soldiers went forced to kill them. lie should feel eorrj, for they were his relatives, but he emst sav th&t it was just A fifht seemed imminent. The hos- tiles are in the Bad Lands about sixty PINK BIDGft miles to the northwest. There are not more than 500 fighting men. General Carr is close in their rear and their case Is hopeless. General Brooke has exercised the gre...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 25 December 1890

27 Dry Goods, : , Boots, Shoes, . ;-. Hats. & Gaps. We are selling more "silk handker chiefb" arid 'mufflers" than ever. Reason why : Largest Stock; Lowest Prices. We invite you to; come and see them. Yours, OBOCEBIES ASD DffliaBER-31, 1890, One Elegant Dinner Set, worth $20.00. - , ' Cash, $5.00. One Parlor Lamp. - ' : One Churn. One Pail Syrup. . : . " One Baking Powder and Lamp. v ; Four cans Tomatoes; . Four cans Corn One Baking Powder and Coffee Mill ,- -k ... - " Everybody who buys Come back for more. When you buy goods of Keeney you are always sure of getting the worth of your moneys Call and see bis elegant dinner-sets and glassware, something eutir&ly new. Five per cent, discount for spot cash, except Sugar and Coffee. When in town don't eo home until you have seen Keener. : - RESPECTFULLY, - . . THE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL COUHTY PAPER. ft 11.60 PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE. - .WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOB. ; . . GREAT BlvND, - KANSAS PERSONAL. ' It gets late very early...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 25 December 1890

Yon win have the nest nnanw fit tne same nrie. iinr rieenesr. iit.s win ne mac BABTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT SUPPLEMENT. VOL. 7. NO. 31 Oreat teiid, Kansas, December a5, lfe'UO. $1.50 PER TEAK. lome from i Kansas I tu;g 'crtv ' lb Slar of Bctlil tkmbtless shoVn n brighter than doe display of Holiday ;; Goods. PITH AMD POINT. h : SHAW"5 CO, F01J TO YS flush Goods Perfumes Xamps9 Albums 4.d everything Useful, Ornamenta! or .Amusing. See out stock, before you iuy Prices way down. SHAW & CO. - He "Will you marry me?' She playfully) "Ah, dearest, what a risk you are running." He "I know it, but I always was a reckless dog." The' Epoch. "Let's cross over, here comes Bunk er. He's the sleepiest roan I ever met." Y ou can't blame him! Remember that he is with himself all ihe time." Har per's Bazar. The Happy Couple.. She "Mr. and jars, cranium's marsiea life was a very happy one, I suppose?" He "Yes very. They didn't live together, you know. " Judge. "Your safety matches are good for nothing. ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 25 December 1890

mi? ujj uur imuu tu cut uiiu lasii lignt :uu icn, rauier muii cany over our immense 1 Persons needing Dentists work will always find At his office, fa the Fair Block during office hours, S a. m. to 6 p. m. DENTISTRY. IF YOU WANT AS ORGAN OK CALL OX F.A. McGuire At once, and get it. . They MUST be closed oat -at once at Reduced Rates. ELY'S OLD STA$D. GAUDIES at BARGAINS Order what you want and you'U get it. A complete stock of Confeo tionery of all kinds. BREAD, The best in the city. Call on me" for all things good. " H. H. FELDKAMP. Southwest Coruer Square. God rest ye, merry gentle men, let nothioir you dismay, For Jesus Christ our Savior, Wa born on Christmas day." Notary public can get neat signs at tias office for 5 cents each Oscar Oblenniss, of the Claflin Banner, was in the city Friday. . Sweedish, Quartette l the Grand on the night of the 29th Secure your tickets now. Andrew Geil. of Buffalo township, is reported a being the happy daddy to a fine new boy. . , Mrs. R. C Gail...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 25 December 1890

IV7 1ALF JIAM. milium O . -v 1 . . m-m-m w .You. .will have the best enanee.ar..r.np.-sani win .uKKnri, t-.m. SHOULDER ARMS, IVI iLR.CH TO G, N.&E. R. MOSES, And see their immense stock of gos of all kinds for pres ent use for Holidays, for every day u?e. Ask them for bar gains in stoves, guns, hard ware, jewelry, slverware, sew ing machines, fancy and pin in dishes, novelties, buggief, car riages, wagons, raod v carts, windmills, pumps, barb wire still at 36 per pound. They repair watcher, clocks, and jewelry. Make and repair tin and copperware. No trouble to show goods. Come in and shake hands. Cr. IT. & E. H. XCOSSSi - The dawn rose red in Bethlehem, The stars shine thro' the gray, When Jesus Christ our Savior, Waa born on Christmas day. Mrs. Nellie Crocker, of Hoisington, was over to the county seat, Friday last. . Banker Cannon. of .Claflin, wan doing business in Great Bend last week. He reports good business at Claflin. It appears to be an established truth that an oun...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 25 December 1890

TXTY While you are thinking of the Hob-: days and what you will get in the way of Christmas presents. Remember that E. SIMMOKIS, . THE Furniture Dealer On North Side of Square, CAN PLEASE YOU In almost anything- you want in that line. He has Ciairs, Dining Tables, . Center Tables, Dressers, Mattresses and Sofas, Bed Steads .and Springs., - Picture 'Frames," Mirrors, And everything useful and ornamental, AT MOST EEATONABLE PEIGES. Artistic and Ornamental PAPSH HANGING, CALSGMINING,- . GRAINING, And all Plain and Ornamental Painting, ' - at Reasonable Prices. Sign Writing a Specialty. I do work eisher in town or country, and guarantee satisfaction. Call 'on me, North Side of Sqtiars. John ZoBller, (FORMERLY GREVE &ZOELLER.) The Christmas bells in rainy a clime, Their joyous peals are ringing; And sweet in cot and palace chime The children's voices ringing. A Merry Christmas to all Ed Teed is home to spend the holi days and teach . that new boy to say dad. V. - - Charlie Brink man ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 1 January 1891

UifiiHMWJSTriir'- - - THE LARGEST C I K(JTJ 1 AT ION IN THE COUNTY. BAWE :oora 1 PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE. 03PFCOIAL lE-VIFEIR, OF BARTON OOXJliTTTr EH J f VOLUME VJJ. A HAPY NEW YEAR. I n t c i : 4 1 r V Silent nul white Thro the dim nigh Fell the soft tnov0 Now faat, now Oiow, MjkiDg the osN9 Line ah( e'eit3 ghosts . Robing the wood 1 u finer oods Thn tier werj spun a by mortal skill, And bleachcl on the sunny side l the bill, Wher" frin-s nre woven by freavers, where The wajp is mist, an the woof iA Citf, The Vorld is tfressod, like a bride, in Although the ioor old ?c:Q icd last . Drop no Q 9car . On tlm co'Xt bit Of tlie brare year Whose corse is herop His work is done, s And battles fon, And he will be Named with the free . Thro' future time 'or deeds sublime. We welcome h9u The new-born yeaj. e The snow that falls From the gray walls Of the thick cloud Is not for shruuila For the day rfed )r for the years dead. 'Tis the white fleece, Emblem of -cace, tjent down...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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