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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 15 June 1889

rb-S&F ? k T Wf&svffi i -&- - - a-. --."fc K' nL s - fcl,- TOPICS OF THE TIMES. A Choice Selection of Inter esting Items. The British Minister at "Washington gets $30,000 a year and his residence. Bishop Bedell finally relinquishes charge of the Episcopal Church in Ohio. His health forhids continuance of his episcopal duties. Samuel Ahstutz, a Wayne County (Pennsylvania) pioneer, is dying at the age of ninety-four, and his hair, -which has been silver gray for years, is turning black. Senator McMillan, the new man from Michigan, always lunches on the best food, drinks the most expensive wines, and smokes none but the best cigars. Miss Margaret Blaine is a bright, witty and popular young woman, and she'shows her Blaine blood and train ing by her pre-eminent qualities as a social diplomat. M. Coulon, Director of Posts and Telegraphs in France, has directed ex periments to be made with a view to telephonic communication between Paris and London. Editor Pulitzer's health and...

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. — 15 June 1889

MMHKm-.'msaBHHMHHHMMmwnMHlHaH "ff; A'sa? fOTff--iWS 3f3pppiSf?l5 : .. fc - " -v-t;& VrV ;: .-vs &'- E V m 1 LATEST NEWS. Condensed for the Convenience of Hurried Readers. The president has followed the precedents established by "Washington and Lincoln and issued an order requiring obsenrance of the Sabbath by the army. Ten stationary engines are in use at the gorge of wreckage at Johnstown and Cam bria, pulling the debris to pieces. This ex pedites work greatly. Ex-Senator Sabin, of Minnesota, has com menced, proceedings for a divorce on the ground that his wife is a drunkard. She has been, a long time, in an inebriate asylum. Another dam is reported as giving way. It is 782 feet higher than Olean, N. Y., and called the Cuba dam. People of Cuba and Olean commenced moving out June it. The "Washington government has sent a pontoon bridge to Johnstown, Pa., to enable communication by wagon across the fiver there. A severe hail and rain storm has passed over western Missouri. Ne...

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. — 15 June 1889

SwPi ' ymjt J-JW isftttttec ' as! 4 xmomci. ST J. C. diCTK. The sun in his chariot has gone down the west. The bird on the wing has sank to her rest, The flowers on the heath have closed their sweet eyes, And the faraway stars shine bright in the skies. Now darkness has gathered o'er mountain and plain, And on the soft breeze conies the night bird's refrain, "While hallowed memories steal o'er the soul. Awakening emotions we cannot control. Now memory is busy recalling to life The pleasures of childhood, of manhood and strife. " Of hopes long deferred, of reverses sustained, Of trials well borne, of victories gained, O night, in thy quiet and somber array I How like to life's journey the last close of day, "When the spirit, grown faint from sorrow and strife. In silence releases its tenure of life. But the darkness of night is succeeded by day, And the gloom of the grave will pass quickly away, And a crown and rest to the weary ones given, In the home universal God's beatif ul heave...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 22 June 1889

f & , i HP 1 1 . W is- I& i - IB? & -i K l-S IJ - & S g F -r- L.f. SJ5k S?' & y : "JTe&xly Su.tosoripti.ori $S.OO ELEVENTH YEAR. HER NEIGHBORS. They hngerod at her father's door, The moon "was shining bright. And to the maiden o'er and o'er The youth had said, "Good-night." But still, reluctant to depart, Her tiny hand ho pressed, 'While all the love that filled his heart His ardent looks confessed. At length she closer to him crept, Her eyes upon him bent, And softy asked, "How have you kept Thus far the fust of Lent? He smiled and as a manly arm Around her waist he threw. He said, "I've done no neighbor barm Pray, tell me how have j ou?" 0h, better far, I'm sure," she said, The charming little elf ; Te loted (she blushed and bent her head) My neighbor as myself." "Who is your neighbor?" questioned he, As to has breast he drew Tae gentle moid, and, blushing she With one word answered "You 1" Robert Thornton's Ingratitude m war. h. s. atkinson. It was the hei...

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. — 22 June 1889

.- -Ij'g'd'-A. V ? aaaaaaasseaaaaBasaaMSMsaWasaaaaaesaesafcaas v -St ? I1? p". It? i& 6K t- " Wastero Itoais 3toitl OFFICIAL PAPER OF THEGO COUITY. rV. S. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, June 22, 1889. Mill meeting, Tuesday, July 2. Distbict court convenes at Bnssell Springs next Monday. Labge quantities of relief are being sent to Seattle sufferers. Calvin S. Bbice has been elected chairman of the Democratic national committee. D. M. Eadeb has been adjudged insane at Bussell Springs, and will be sent to the insane asylum, at Topeka. The BusseHSprings Leader outfit has has been purchased by Dr. Hilts, who .wilipiold it and await developments. The Republican convention of Shawnee county, to place in nomination a county ticket, will bo held in Topeka on June 9. The Fourth of July celebration at Horace is to be conducted, under the auspices of the Odd Fellows lodgo of that place. Tee Thomas county normal institute begins August 5. County Superinten dent Sullivan, of that county, is to be...

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. — 22 June 1889

SW'j' H & ; v x tfO 5 5 ft m r sV s 1 & - M MERICAff PALACE. SHE MAGNIFICENT HOKE OF A NEW TOBK JSDITOB. Description of the Tlllani Hoase, ITowtaa Heme of Whitelaw Beld Tfae Marble Hall, Grand Stairway, and BreakCut Soom of This Palatial Houe. HE house which Henry Villard built in New York when he was in the zenith of his financial prosper ity is one of the finest private res- dences in Amer ica, it is now he home of WMfnln-w TfoiA f-Vlt is built in the Benais3ance style of architecture. A correspondent of the Chicago Inter Ocean thus describes this splendid American palace: The entrance is through the court. The vestibule is large and lofty, and gives the note of the house. It is lined with Sienna mar ble with a deep frieze of marble mosaic in upright slender floral forms. A crystal lamp hangs from the vault, and broad marble steps lead up to glitter ing glass doors that open into the main hall. The hall runs at right angles and into the central room of the drawing room sui...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 22 June 1889

s "-- -pi &5s353?r- -V if "' T'- - . "ilf ' H er 5 - l H f- 5l?Er5gHS3 SiP 'j.Va '. . KS ' f I - rt .. a rss' ; ri Wtftora gtaa WirottL OFFICIAL PAPER OP TREGO COUBTY. W. 8. TILTON, Editor. Saturday,, Juke 22, 1889. MILL MEETMQ At Court House, Wa-Keeney, Tuesday, July 2. Everybody, especially every far mer, is earnestly requested to be present at a mill meeting to be held in the court room on Tuesday, July 2, 1889, at 1:30 p. if. sharp. Mr. Yost, a miller of Hays City, will be present andjdiscuss the ques tion of building a mill in Wa- -Keeney. Mr. Yost is contemplating building a mill here, and will have something to say about wheat rais ing in western Kansas. He means business. Committee. Thursday was qnite breezy. H. Jackson is clerking at the Com mercial house. Geo. Pinkham started his self binder yesterday in Mr. Schenk's rye field. " T. It. Moore went up north yesterday morning, on a land examining trip. H. A. Hodges has traded for the Hutzel honBe, in the west part of tow...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 22 June 1889

iSs ?-V3:&S.S S33K'&tIKS 83 1wa5" ?v?? ! ---i? a, "-cy;!? ;e " 5? lCy:-iVB -Sj.-" v i t ?ids-f--.f. -vr nr 3 - PrrfcS - - .- - rK-i- iH?- t&$zm0 rJ Vsr- jK pffl??! 4r I r A y) &. K? '.56 Is3 6 it r r i K PS iS- KK Ifc '&. 1 1 ft .TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. CRUMBS PEOSE COLLYEE. CoiiXEB, Teego Co., June 19. Harvesting. Mrs. E. Bright and children are visiting Mrs. J. Connors. Al Hitfc and Otis Kessler are working on the section at Colona. Basket picnic at McMillen's grove July 4. Everybody is cordially invited. Mrs. Toder, wife of the railroad pump er, came down from Hugo Friday morning. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hickman and Mr. and Mrs. C. Bamberg were at the county seat on Tuesday. Mrs. B. G. Kessler took the train for "Wa-fCeeney last evening, expecting to be absent several days. Aura Fike and Mary Bundy spent Sunday at the residence of Mr Swiggett. A " 'way up lime" is reported. Kev. E. Bichards drove down from Bnesell Springs ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 22 June 1889

vx- fiPSP &S - ?, !? .i '?mS5 i?4!--W5Sii; &V EjfcS t.?2jr- y; 7 $ p- i ? y . hi IBS I &V fr E&ft gfi iL rt t. TOPICS OF THE TIMES. A Choice Selection of Inter esting Items. There are sixty -women dentists in "the United States. John Bright "was an inveterate femoker, and had a fine collection of jpipes. A piece of redwood bark brought to jTisalia, Cal., a few days ago, was three feet thick. I As Indiana man has got rich selling skunks to zoological gardens and show men at $10 per pair. Sir Charles Dilke will shortly de liver a series of labor speeches in the mining districts of England. ' Detroit comes to the front with a confidence queen who can pick pockets in seven different languages. Senator Stanford predicts that in twenty-five years one will be able to go entirely around the world by rail. George Washington received the degree of LL. D. from Harvard, Yale, University of Pennsylvania and Brown. The United Kingdom fisheries em ploy 25,000 persons. The money val...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 22 June 1889

V-"MS. -.-i.UIiJ V Lt - 13" K?BF '.. 5 JFORJ LATEST NEWS, JondensedfortheConvenlenc of Hurried Readers. r Two thousand delegates and a hundred thousand -visitors are expected to attend the national convention of the North American jTurnerbund at Cincinnati, Ohio. There has been but two days -without rain 'at Johnstown since the catastrophe. It has ,been raining o much since the wreck was fired as to hinder the burning. James M. Gamble, principal owner of one 'of Cleveland's street car lines, was found dead in his bed at a Chicago hotel, from drinking carbolic acid. All but thirteen of thirty-five wedding 'guests were poisoned by eating ice cream taade in copper vessels, at Millstone, X. J. Some of them are seriously sick. Chicago detectives sent to New York to identify Maroney and McDonald, did not know them, and they were discharged. Cardinal Gibbons is about to ordain Randolph Uncles, at Baltimore, Md.. as a priest in the Catholic church. He ia the first colored priest in the Unit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 22 June 1889

SJ5 " "57 r-. giE?Pgir3g C-. k II. It r s I f $? & BP "S&t - '-- rtrg a PtacellxMf JF WB WOULD. Hire would but check the speaker "When he spoils his neighbor's fame; If ire could but help the erring, Ere we utter words of blame; - If we would, how many might we Turn from paths of sin and shame. Ah, the wrongs that might be righted If we would but Bee the way! Ah, the pains that might be lightened Every hoar and every day, If we would but hear the pleadings Of the hearts that go astray! In each life, however lowly, There arc seeds of mighty good; Still we shrink from souls appealing With a timid "if ne could;" But a God who judgeth all things Knows the truth is, "if we would." GIDEON PEAK'S COLT. BY J. Ii HARBOUR. Miss Electa Peak was down on her knees before a small, old-fashioned, hair oovered trunk with "E. P." in brass nails on one end. A musty odor came from the trunk, and the blue and white paper lining was mildewed here and there, showing that the trunk had long been d...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 29 June 1889

T v. t 3& 6' rf w ' 9 r mi MijiSSSBBOKmammssssmmmmmmsasaaam iwhiiii m TTearly Siitosoription $S.OO ELEVENTH YEAR. O FARMER 1)U( BT M. J. ADAMS. O fanner boy with endloBB joy And peace at thy command. Why seek to roam, and leave thy home, To -wander through the land? Why city life with all its strife, Its wickedness and glare, When now thy days in honest ways Are spent without a care? Why sigh for this, with all the blis3 Sweet nature tenders thee? Whj coldly epnm her love, and torn To shallow mockery? How canst thou griee her soul, and leave Without regret and pain. Her loaping rills and grassy hills, Her fields of waving grain ; Her round of song the whole day long, And twittering in the trees ; Her vales and flowers and sunny hours And humming birds and bees? O farmer boy, with all the joy Pond nature gi etrthoe now, Canst thou not see, a king is he Who faithfully wields the plow? -Tlie Ymikee Blade. TRIXIE; Or, Such Is Iiife. BY MRS. J. D. BRENNAN. The old Holland mansion at ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 29 June 1889

"wa sTSr; ; swsifgw wpip?' V5? f$&mw K. 'S,' ,-us. rv 2jt-v v -r rv. -i- ?.'iLlWrJlWMJl JJJIIPJ 9 -, t rs r i35 . " -v E.-." lt K Ife Ik S K' IX 18 I? i 6. i vr. TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by trie " World's " Rustling ' Reporters. GLENCOE GLEANLKGS. Geekcoe Township, June 25. B. W. Staplin, of St Paul, Minn., is to be here to visit his brother, G. W. Our prospective sheriff is gaining ground here. 1 think Jake will run well here. The corn here has a good healthy color and the prospects are that we will have plenty of Johuie cake. Glencoe people are contemplating cele brating the fourth at Ellis. There is to be a big picnic at Clotfelter's grove. Mr. Morgan was sick two or three days last week, but be is convalescing nicely now. I gness he had been doing too much hard. work. He is now cutting his wheat and rye. Stanlin & Oruson have been in Sheri dan. Graham and Gove counties during the past week, settling losses for the- Abilene Insurance company, and have not returned...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 29 June 1889

PPS 2--' . &' rr r-ife SVX A -i. Eif V r ft re v ?E "- "HTE re fATTl iBATADO. vxvru.ir.uosa. Last Bight, in the gloom and shadow, A item voice unto me spoke : "I am standing between your love and you, And yon both shall -wear my yoke. All the glory of yonr great love, Pure and holy, without stain, I have wrapped in ahrond of sorrow, I have laid away in pain. "Captivei to my will and power, I have looked your hopes away, "With their radiant trnat and beauty That makes life a perfect day. Ton are mine to taunt and torture, Mine to take from, all delight; Mine to keep for aye asunder. And I bind you down in night." Then I laughed, ha! ha! as fiends laugh. As I rose from out my place; Xi&ughei at the bravado of the demon, Laughed, then struck him in the face. Yet, between my gentle love and I, Still ho stands there stem and still; And my hands all torn and bleeding, Have no power the fiend to kill. Fbokt Boial, V. CARROL'S CONVERSION. It was a lady who had taken "Holmes' place" ...

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. — 29 June 1889

f3sp jt-i? ?j ' tt? Sj?i Jr?TSP i -fei;:-- v -rv -' :r 2v scrc ? .,- - si-jf.-i a "tL,,v i-L -.- r?5S? ?H 4c - 4 ; w"K R E. ?, fT rw. S ST r'-S" fo 'k EHJ p -C -s. tom jBnw tRnfi. OPPICIAL PAPEB OP TBEOO COUMTT. yf. S. TILTON, Editor. Saturdy. June 20? 1889. Nrss cotfNTr is bound to have a fair Ibis fall. The ppst-office of WhitGeld, Graham ,connty, has been discontinued. TnoiiAS couktt has one less post-office than it had. Its name "Fas Gilmore. New -wheat is moving in the Kansas City market. It is of excellent quality. The Eussell Record has a new dress. For a quiet town like Eussell, it is en tirely too muck of a newspaper. W11.X.IA11 Walter Phelps, of New Jersey, has been appointed minister to Germany. He is one of our most brilliant and able public men. This is Grand Army day at the Topeka Chautauqua. Corporal Tanner, commis sioner of pensions, is to deliver an ad dress. The crowd will be immense. CtetjsE. Johnson, v,o see by thoNw, is in the Ness county jail for not furnish in...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 29 June 1889

fgppmeps Sg issg ty?se wacawK S"W s ji- t ' r - i " tf ."". .J" r" . ' &n 3-C---7 W- t, SHfcT Li l-m r iy y t 1 iv i- 3? 'fsfj 4 MILL MEETING At Court House, Wa-Keeney. Tuesday, July 2. Everybody, especially every far pier, is earnestly requested to be present at a mill meeting to be held in the court room on Tuesday, July 2, 1889, at 1:30 p. h. sharp. Mr. Tost, a miller of Hays City, will be present and discuss the ques tion of building a mill in Wa Keeney. Mr. Yost is contemplating building a mill here, and will have something to say about wheat rais ins in western Kansas. He means business. Coiqiittee. W. H. Bell, of Ellis, was in town yes terday. Hajs City's W. in town yesterday. P. Montgomery was Charles Alien, of Hays City, was in town on Thursday. O. A. Cortright enjoys labor in the harvest field, and he is at it. The Logan county district court was adjourned on Thursday for the term. F. Danford, Esq., attended the dis trict court at Eussell Springs this week. Sis clerks ...

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. — 29 June 1889

fWmflmm ?&tm iBQ-J ?T -r w HS "WA. ?W -rvi ?r- 1 i Vjfcrrir r. ' rf --V-i; -3-r - wjavstt V "iC?"' E3E! Br 1 It1 " ' lAv -HV f. m I St" X' TOPICS OF THE TIMES. Choice Selection of Inter esting Items. "Wheeling, W. Va., ias the -world's largest nail plant. P. T. Bahxtjm has given $11,000 to the Universalist Church of Bridge port, Conn., thus freeing it from debt. A Brooklyn man dreamed he "was in a scrimmage, and drew his pistol from under his pillow and shot him self. It is said that during a series of twenty-one years there has been only one drought extending over the -whole cf Kansas. Miss Georgia Battax is the name Df a young Oregon schoolteacher. She promises to make it lively for the bad boys in her bailiwick. W. E. Mangham, of Zebulon, Ga., is 85 years old, and never fired a pistol or carried one. He is considered a wonder in his native State. 3JEYI Johnson, an eighty-four-year-old resident of Boston, Ga., -hohas been blind for fifteen years, suddenly recovered his sight t...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 29 June 1889

rti,'?vciuc- m sfrn? - - ! ,? . f u- - . s? .4 iV,. ja wvsS . 3 Sf-'5V,"V3V ls& . Mr y s rv rtfy, -- LATEST NEWS. Condensed fortheConvenience of Hurried Readers. Postmaster General Wanamakar expresses himself as surprised, not at the defeat of prohibition, but at the magnitude of the majority against it. The estimates of loss of life in the Cone maugh valley have again "been raised to 10, 000, and with much appearance of being re liable. Vancouver, "Washington Territory, has lost four blocks of wooden buildings by fire, in the business part of town. The losses fell mostly upon the poorer, small shop keepers. President and Mrs. Harrison have accept ed an invitation from Henry C. Bowen to be 'present at Roseland park, Woodstock, Mass., the Fourth of July. Simon Cameron will likely be dead before this item is read. The main building of the Callahan col lege, at Des Moines, la., including the lec tuie room, laboratory, music and art rooms. ana a hno co.leciion of paintings, burned J...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 29 June 1889

spipSgjg? w '? .'Jt T-::"'"-J - s. ? fv - g- F.- ? nVv ti r 1 ns a. . ?tr rH tfYE'S MORMON HIST011Y. RISK A3TD FAtL OF THE EMPIRE BY THE GKEAT SALT LAKE. VlgorouH Description of tho Humble IJe giiVinga oniormumlom and the Obstacles That "Were Overcome by the Saints Some Omaha History. IX the spring of 1847 President Brigham Young started from .Omaha bv bull team for Utah, -writes Bill Jve, in the St. Louis Post- Dispatch. He had 143 picked men of marriageable age and great versatility, also eight of the twelve apostles. These apostles -were plain men with tliick het whiskers and a (great yearning to re semble some of the tough element de scribed in the Bible. They wanted to inaugurate somewhere a church wiucn should be self-suppoiting, and encour age the social instinct to a lemarkable .im-no Tlmir nhpf ambition was to oiganize a paying church, wherein the elders would not have to rely upon donations, and wherein alio the Old Testament idea of home might be car ried out. So they hit...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 6 July 1889

Kf& .-. K S. I w 1 hl. I ; iS ' - l J? V N ' r i . K f A j r , IS U i - " 1 5 . - t . e yearly Siibsorijytion $S.OO ELEVENTH YEAR. BIKTHPtACE OF KOBKRT BURNS. BY ROIIEUT G. ISOEBSOLZi. Though Scotland boasts a thousand names Of patriot, king, and peer, The noblest, grandest of them all Was loed and cradled here. Here lhed the gentle peasant prince, The losing cotter-king. Compared with whom the greatost lord Is but a titled thing. Tis but a cot roofed in -with straw, A hovel made of clay ; One door shuts out the snow and storm, One -window greets the day ; And yet I stand within this room And hold all thrones in scorn. For here, beneath this lowly thatch. Iiove's sweetest bard was born. Within this hallowed hut I feel Like one who clasps a shrine, When the glad lips, ut last, have touched The something deemed divine! And here the world, through all the years, As long as day returns. The tribute of its love and tears Will pay to Eobert Burns 1 MY HERO. A Sketch of Memorial Day. B...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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