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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 20 July 1889

- p IP Hi Ik Ik 4 NT Nb i ?&.''' ii 8. 4 t K& 1,1l TOPICS OF THE TIMES. Choice Selection of Inter esting Items. Colorado is said to have one thou sand "women stock-growers. A Kansas bride received a barrel of salt as one of her "wedding presents. All -white settlers have been or dered to leave the Sioux reservation. It will require 40,000 persons to take the United States census of 1890. Gexebal Sherman's mail is large enough each day to fill a bushel basket. Vermont claims to produce more butter annually than any other State in the Union. John G. Whittieb, the poet, says that he expects to live to be 100, though he is not anxious to. Secretary Blaine has chosen Mr. Lewis Dent, a nephew of Mrs. Gen. Grant, as his pri ate .secretary . A. T. Rogers, of Americas, Ga., has a fifty-dollar bill of 1778, and an eighteen-pence shinplaster of 1776. Over COO negro children are born every day in the Southern States. There is a chance for educational work. A paper is about to be started...

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. — 20 July 1889

wsgvmMswoEFsm fM' ' - " KrcrfcTT--TrftssEsafi-" .' . v t'u f-ifS' H' Ctgx? 5&se- feSJFlf !& I, " I! xS Lv t LATEST NEWS. Condensed for the Convenience of Hurried Readers. The associated press reporter at Washing ton that sends oat dispatches about "Maize ' has had Secretary Blaine's resignation on the 'wires several times. He is a f ooL The strike at the Carnegie mills, at Home stead, Pa., has been settled and work will be resumed at once. Both sides made con cessions. It is said that the forthcoming report in the English parliament will show that the popular idea that Queen Victoria ifl im mensely wealthy is erroneous. The cattle men now holding a lease of the Cherokee strip are playing a big bluff game to prevent the commissioners from buying the land for the government. General Crook expresses the belief thai the requisite number of signatures will be obtained by the Sioux commission to insure the opening of the reservation. The city assessor of Minneapolis, Minn., has pu...

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. — 20 July 1889

ss??SrSiS3S5 n. w r.. . - -. --. 'w ' ' j"1 3V Psj ux&-g - fe B su St- fe 1 ls. R I MTOOMTO. ST IXOBX2TCK JOSKPHUnS BOTOX I evsainff has ushered, on dim wind of low. Tbe gtxBOm, from tne neavens advancing ; vfhan twilight appears like a sylph from above, And renders its stillness entrancing There comes a sweetsadness borne ;inon the breeze, The grief of our past life revealing ; And whispers it o'er, like the murmuring trees, 'While thro them the zephyrs ore stealing. Ah. why do sad raiories hover so near, When twilight mis lowered its curtain? And why do life's mysteries, darksome or clear. Alike seem secret and uncertain? The cause I would know, still I pause in despair. And my ignorance sadly regret ; I Bound a few strains on the cool evening air From my musical fnend the cornet. It soothes the tired spirit, and lulls into rest, While the notes rise and tremble on bish ; It tells of the loved ones in hrav'n ever blest, And our meeting with them by-and-by. It carols, like song...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 27 July 1889

:- f'V V1 v- " .- V 4 i. V. i?T l& , " "Afc I l! S Ml 5?t 1T sassmm BkmlB ftfl lOfr iHI 111 BJJ HI 1 1 F smls15555JmKBm sssm. ssskf HI nssfl ILbbVsbbbbK LaVI sHI bbbbVsb - "5raxly Siatosoriptlon. t&.00 ELEVENTH YEAR. MEADOWS OF KEST. BX MBS. SI. Ii. RATNE. I remember the beautiful meadows And their sweet streams purling clear. With flowers besprent, where my young days were spent. Where the birds their nurslings rear. I was sheltorod then in the dear home nest, "Where my feet turned oft to tLe meadows of rest. I remember a grave in those meadows, Where slumbered a laughmg-ej ed boy; Death found him at plav, he lured him away, And with him went half our joy. We r Ided the turf that his feet had pressed, And tspt his grae green in the meadows of rest. I remember a silier-haired father, Who walked by the river w a e To watch the reeds grow, or the sweet waters flow. Or to muse b that little grave. He has passed long ago to the home he loved boot. To the infinite peace of God's ...

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. — 27 July 1889

$?v- is,. . - .." . ?- W 1 2VrS r- Ph .&?-y 5 KS- :i, , Fi V "lZau tm. W; t m m- i K. IfcL I 3. ISsr F" ; t5t ." Wto Sawgiw vWiwM. OFFICIAL PAPER OF T1E80 COIITT. W. S. TILTON, Editor. Saturday, July 27, 1889. The first issue of the LaCrosse Clarion, bearing date of July 17, is on our table. J?. H. Davis is the publisher. He gets up a neat paper. . We acknowledge the -receipt of a com plimentary ticket to the eleventh annual fair of the Phillips CountyAgricultural and Mechanical Asociation, to be held Sep tember 17 to 20, inclusive. F. B. Cannon is president of the association, and Geo. W. Bickford. secretary. From a howling plain fifteen years ago, Phillips has devel oped into one of the best" agricultural counties in Kansas. Its fair for this year will undoubtedly bo a great success. The latest western Kansas newspaper to perish is the Oakley Ofinion. Its last issue was Juiy 20 inst. Ed". Heist, its founder, held his head above the threatening billows for nearly four years. We...

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. — 27 July 1889

.rSi. ;-,.. t " -"VJ S$ &&N jtt.- J? V---5 ..-fc S. -- fr y v S u? & K I e.r W: mt IH . 4l Ife- KsJf V AT SARATOGA SPRINGS. 8TYIJSH AKG&XS EVER IN A BEWTX. BERIXG IXUTTEK. Saratoga's Colossal Hotels, Fairy Palaces, Sense Crowds and Theatrical Effects The Brilliant Power of Americans r Becoming Pictorial and Vast. 18PECIAL COEEKSPOSDEXCE.J Y entering Sarato ga in the evening you And it with its old-time halo on. You are whizzed from the station in one of its gawky stages, and swirled down the spectac ular vista or .Broad way to whatever mammoth hotel yon may have cho sen to put up at. You can imagine very easily that you are entering the Paris Exposi- TAKING.HIS siTjncEB tion. and that the beverage. giddiest part of France is coming out to welcome you. The boulevard sight of a heavy swell seated at a small table in the open air. on the veranda of a restaurant, taking his summer bever age with slow equanimity under public gaze, is not uncommon this year at Sara toga. C...

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. — 27 July 1889

SCTfSWJSIRR 5rS& -&. 5 sen.' tfc.a t" T J- Ua ssT'v'Vf i.-, -T ..-t'.t j s-r J3& J- -ABsVste- ?--tf VJvrffy T VS- ? te3siBHfs3sfK& t9&&t&s?wt 5ewT3?i"S-3skvSSl .?- ?.? lPpff '''y4j c hma ES Eif- fe I- f'Sr r L gg- 15 i e& Vltgtm Simw 9MUL OFFICIAL PAPER OF TfiESO COUITT. W. 5. T1LTON, Editor. Saturday, July 27, 1889, OAJSTDHDATES. FOE COUNTY TREASURER. I am a candidate for county treasurer of Trego tonnty, subject to the decision of the Republican county convention or primary election. E. G. Ktsst.kb, Collyer Township. FOB COUNTY TREASURER. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for .County Treasurer of Trego county, subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention or Primary Election. J Aires Ktt.t.t, Wa-Keeney Township. FOR COUNTY TREASURER. I hereby announce n:yelf as a candidate for the Bepnblican nomination for County Treasurer of Trego counly. E. D. WnrnxR. Wa-Keeney Township. FOR COUNTY TREASURER. I nm a candidate for County Treasur...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 27 July 1889

-. i '5 ' v ' B- A"' "Jf lAVL-V fJ ?2T DELINQUENT TAX LIST Of Real Estate in Trego County, Kansas, for the Year 1888. 522-12! 24: 8 88 ::27::do:do 8 88 :27do:do! 8 88 271do:do: 8 88 :27::do:doi 8 88 :32:do;do: 8 88 i33do;doj 8 88 33:do:do: 8 88 j 5;3:do 8 56 6:do;do: 112 j Gido'doi 8 27 i 9:do;doi 8 27 ilO.doido: 8 5G jlG:do:doj 8 27 IGidojdo: 8 27 :lG:do!doi 8 27 :lG:doido: 8 27 27ldo!do: 6 01 !28!do!doj 2 87 i29:do;do: 6 01 :32:do:doj 6 01 i34:dodoi 6 01 5114 ido 5 15 i 5;doido: 5 15 ; OJdojdo) 5 15 9;do:do 5 15 Ojdojdoi 5 15 : 9;do;doj 5 15 l5:do!do! 5 15 :15:dodo: 5 15 15:do!do! 5 15 15':do:doi 5 15 :28:do.doj 5 15 i3ljdo:do:0 67 :31:do:dojl0 67 :3l!do:do:10 67 !31:do;do:l0 67 i 3jl5idoil0 67 3:do:do:10 67 : 3!do;doil0 67 j 3:doido:10 67 i 6dodoI0 67 :10.do;do:10 67 Il5:doido110 67 :15:do:dojl0 67 :15!doidoil0 67 ;15do!do;10 67 :19:do:do:10 67 :27ldo:doil3 13 !27!do:doil0 67 30:do:doill 12 i31!dodoil2 01 :3l:do;do!ll 12 32 do:doj 5 36 :83;do!do:ll 12 J33!do:do:ll 67 : 2:11 i25i ...

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. — 27 July 1889

& fe I Ire ft. 1 kt esst 4f i tt - TOPICS OF THE TIMES. A Choice Selection of Inter esting Items. If all the telephone 'wires in this country -were stretched in a continuous line tlvy "would reach seven times around the earth. Ax Orlando (Fla.) policeman shot and -wounded a dog, -when the canine's companion pitched into the officer and drove him to flight. A Syracuse (N. Y.) newsboy -wants $10,000 damages because a man called him a swindler for exchanging an old paper for a new one. Theee may be no color line in Chris tianity, but there is a large and dis tinct one in certain theologies that call themselves Christian. A xew and delicious style of clam has been disco ered on the New En gland coast. This is bad for the poor clam. He w ill soon be in the chow der. Edward Morrow, living near Brad ford, Pa., while plowing last fall, lost a $26 wad of greenbacks, which his son plowed up a few days since as good as ever. Every woman in the town of Woods dale, Kan., is said to have vote...

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. — 27 July 1889

tW IS555H .JA' -"- . -g-v " felvlk' 5? t-7" J?z 5 . Tf- .SSSft - ,Fps i ?f5 tvi . 3i5"r'- Mf ?V S-a - vresM 4 P1 V r fe ft R. rat. rv? ;i lr H h LATEST NEWS. Condensed f or theConvenlenc of Hurried Readers. Philip Benning, the father of Hon. Charles JW. Benning, of Atchison, Kan., was thrown from his buggy and received such injuries that he died. The jury in the case of Mr. William O'Brien against Lord Salisbury for damages for slander returned a verdict in favor of Lord Salisbury. The government of Spain has forbidden any demonstrations calculated to encourage the pope to come to Spain in the event of nis leaving Borne. Charles E. Whittimore has been appointed postmaster at Lyndon, Kan. When he had the office before it had not been raised to presidential grade. A terrible thunderstorm prevailed through out the central and western portions of Massachusetts, doing great damage to crops and small buildings. The Rev. Edward Rankin, D. D.f one of the best known Presbyterian ministers in...

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. — 27 July 1889

wm- TSs&s&rzz&Egsm T.py:, i&?2l.-j. - -.--- i.r-'v Jr4 - -f. J- a-.'f?"r-!Tc'-5- 4r-v-: .. , , ..-. y - - - vnr ?- -i -- l?A"r?. V'f r : SFfC -V j - r-rf-. -te s wsssssBmam3B. "& IR ' IS ?i ji" " ?? ' - "-car- " 7, Pray machl God Iotm a sweat, independent spirit, That owns itself too weak to walk alone. No plea goes forth bat listening angels hear it. Sometimes in ways mysterious and unknown Their answers come ; tint sorely as the light Hears the dawn calling, and dispels the night, So do those blessed messengers on high Hear when we cry. Pray xnnch! The friends with whom we hold communings. Exert a subtle influence hour by hoar. Turn often, then, with soulful importunings To those celestial comrades. By their power Thou sh&lt be girded for the times of strife That try the strength of every human life ; Thou shalt become a victor in the field Where others yield. Fray much ! Each day allow thyself a season For close companionship -with minds above. Put by thy ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 3 August 1889

14 .1 T '.S? P 1- J- l YH k: . XS. m l3a Ml 1?M Yearly Su."bsori?tion $S.OO ELEVENTH YEAR. THEN AND NOW. Boat thou remember, love, hnrpale"and-waa This lakelet ere the -wintry daya -were gone, "With one green isle of glistening lily leaves? DoBt thou remember, love, that starless night When the -winds ceased their sighing, inaflright, And birds -were silent under cottage eaves ? Eemembering, strive a moment, love, to guess The woe of hearts unloved, their lonelines, Their deathless pain no hour of rest relieves. How gleams the lake now in the summer light, While drifting hliea, goldeu-hued and whito, Fling back a kindred splendor to the sun ! Ere that great darkness a-wed us into fear, The silver moon soared slowly, full and clear, To skies -where night -was ended, just begun. So mayest thou know how gladly I saw afar Thy own sweet face shine like a splendid Btar ; What peace closed round me when the prize was won. 's COMMA -OR- The Story of a Picture. It is about 10 o'clock p. m., ...

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. — 3 August 1889

51 HTOBBIKi M?J&Z- "' S-S l2wWr S!"ft-7 ??v?7::F9 ' & hl F,iT" fc fea?- ? r-4T ,' 1 uS " E tf ,-J fc&- fetf- fcj jfcV ir K rf pt & -&3L Pl . v. lT. ifT" LrSi ' l J3 :VXi "V-.ri'i TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the -'World's" Rustling Reporters. CETJMBS FBOM COLLYEB.' CJoiiiiYEB, Tbego Co., Aug. 1. Farmers are beginning to cut wild hay. ....M. A. McMillen and Geo. V.York were at the county seat of Graham conaty on Tuesday..... At the school meeting last Thnreday Mr. Bower was elected school director, and Mr. Acre was en gaged to teach the next nine months' school Mr. and Mrs. E. ILPhilippi and children took Thursday's east-bound passenger train for Missouri. They expect to visit a short time with Mrs. Philippi's sister, Mrs. Will Wagner. Mrs.LeBron nnd daughter, of Oakley, are spending a few days with friends around Collyer.. . . . Bev. E. Bichards preached bis last ser mon here last Sunday evening. Geo. V. York, of Nebo ranch, has been spend a few days at M ...

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. — 3 August 1889

CPWlflP BsvS- " .,V a-5. RSSSae h, W IM-fr B-x II: & f ' Sv lift. w . S. Sf. r&: fA RURAL TOPICS. IHFOXMATION FOB THK HUSBAlfD MAN AND HOUSEWIFE. Sone "Practical Suggestions for the tOw -Breeder, Poulterer, Naxserymaa, ass Housekeeper. THE FARM. Sheep Xosing Their Wool. Oldish sheep are apt to lose wool from their bellies if gram fed, especially in feeding -with corn. The cause is in digestion from over-feeding. This produces fever, and the extreme heat under the sheep when lying down de stroys the fibre of the wool, and loosens it from the skin. It is very hard to feed old sheep corn, without over-feeding. In extreme cases clumps of wool are loosened from all parts of the body. Such sheep are utterly worthless for keeping. After lingering through the winter their owner has their hides and some very poor wool in the spring for their keep. The experienced sheep breeder will not keep any sheep longer than six years, and he will not feed any sheep with corn except those he is f...

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. — 3 August 1889

iVnS'iaSvAt ir3r5: rri-',j.,i'3ai?JBc 1"L,--,?v-.3:xi-T ' -ii' l.! 't 2&& 5Xj -"-, --Sj s" :Jt' crs- fe ?. 1" aST SK & ?,!& f-f V i 51. Itotmi pfetw WrtML OFFICIAL PAPER OF TBEOO COUITT. 'V- 8'.TILT0N, Editor. Saturday, -August 3, 1889. OANDIDATBS. FOB COUNTY TBEASUBEB. I am a candidate for county treasurer of Trego county, subject to the decision of the Bepublican county convention or primary election. B. G. Kessleb, Collyer Township. FOB COUNTT TBEASUBEB. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for County Treasurer of Trego county, subject to the decision of the Bepublican County Convention or Primary Election. jxsna Km Wa-Keeney Township. FOB COUNTY TBEASUBEB. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the Bepublican nomination for County Treasurer of Trego county. E.D. Wheeleb. Wa-Keeney Township. FOB COUNTY TBEASUBEB. I am a candidate for County Treasurer of Trego county, on the basis of being nominated by the Be jmblicans at their county convention or primary ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 3 August 1889

?&? r wWr". .3 , " .2 -5,.r"?i S- -T l?: i' 1 it - r; r- j. ft lt J. R. Wilson reached home Tuesday evening from a stay of about a week in Denver. W. P. Montgomery, of Hays, yester day cast the longest shadow in Wa-Keeney, we reckon. M. W. McCoy sprained his right ankle in the base-ball game last Tuesday. He uses a cane. Ex-County Commissioner Sing was in town on Thursday, and made ihis of fice a pleasant calL D. W. Jacoby, manager of the Abi lene Mortgage Company, was in town on "Wednesday, on business. The rotund form of Commissioner Bidgway, of the first district, loomed up on our streets on Thursday. The trees on the school house grounds look pretty welL They are cry ing for a few tons of mulching. The big starch train passed westward last Sunday afternoon. It was observed by many, and was beautiful to behold. County Treasurer Gibbs reports that the large field of corn on his Saline valley farm is well-eared and in prime condition. W. A. Liscom, of the Kansas News paper Unio...

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. — 3 August 1889

hifsrfg& -,. ---j x. ?V- A' . ."-T- - v ' F'M&CVZTZ P" I? E& Gf K.. 3 Is - fe ' vSr Vfff '.U Is" 4F j&e l ?& HI TOPICS OF THE TIMES. A Choice Selection of Inter esting Items. Thomas Delwokth, wlio -was once a slave in the South, is now President of the Builders' Laborers' Union at St. Catherines, Canada. Thebe is a story floating about in England to the effect that the new courier who accompanied Queen Vic toria to Biarritz was a woman in man's attire. Tut, tut! Assistant Secretary of the Tbeas Dby Batcheller was told recently that he looked tired. "It makes me tired to look at so much money in the Treasury vaults," he exclaimed. Bbyce "Williams, one of the few sur vivors of Waterloo, died recently in Perth. He piped to the Seventy-ninth Highlanders on the field, and also took part in the entry of the victorious British party into Paris. Mb. Bancroft, the English come dian, thought to pay a pretty compli ment to his wife at the recent celebra tion of his silver w...

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. — 3 August 1889

S5fev " -' r ' rftnJ ,."- t -'ur?y-.r-'-i-:rj;.j:?'- 'VKT'V": j-.-;.. - i. I V ife-sw -M-?T. JSFTT. jS. 'OT .-."C-. 7Vei Wm CfPSWF8 T3T 3WJ. & & H fr it. Xi m F . r - i fe.. :- rafc & wn. IATEST NEWS. 'Condensed for the Convenience of Hurried Readers. Russell Armstrong, late editor of the Kansas City, Kansas, Gazette, lost his life July 29, by being crushed under a cable car In Kansas City, Mo. Two hundred Cincinnati saloon keepers have promised each other to keep open Sun days in spite of the law or the police. Mad ness comes before destruction. Two-thirds of the total number of cotton spinners of England have agreed to limit their production to one-half the usual amount for one month. The biggest Job for the Montana conven tion will be to locate the capital of the new state; Anaconda got a plurality on the first vote, which disturbed Helena greatly. Cronin and anti-Cronin sentiments divide Chicago Irishmen. Both have picnics ap pointed for the same date. A riot is fear...

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. — 3 August 1889

ssp jsy i&Si p-yssftx , .-jT. -syi; fc?.. vH 3- 1 "Ss fe 3f - t-i? CffDER THE SHADOW OF DEATH. BT MAKO O. KOXFE. E you a detective?" "I am." "Your name?" "John Sansom." "Ah! Come at once to No. 391 Scott street." "The residence of Mr. sAbel Booker?" "Yea" I 7 "Wliof Tins ctporirpil nut of the usual older?" "Mr. Broker is dead." "DeadV" I "Yes." "When did he die?" "Last Eight murdered !" "Murdered ':" "Yes shot through the head." "Heavens! Is any one suspected?" "Yes; his nephew, Paul Bogers." "Impossible !" "But true, nevertheless." "On what giound is he suspected?" "Last week Abel Booker made a will in his nejiliew 's favor." "Perfectly natural." "Yet some people think otherwise." "Who?" "Other relatives." "Name them." "Simon H. Booker." "His brother?" "Yes." "He is not finding fault with the Trill, though?" "Yes. he is; and there are others, too, who find fault with it." "Name them." "Alfred Booker." "If I mistake not he is a son of the last mentioned." "Yes." "Any one else ?"...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 10 August 1889

was r, - tc" & - ' I s I SI It) 1 1 f S .S S .. j. Sf K -i - ' ',:- ' . ' ,-" fe . r. ' .'.V-' , V .X. ;js 5 - - v s v- e -rv - - v ju - I'. - " v ise . -cv pr- "3Teaaly Su-toscription 42.00 - ELEVENTH YEAH. MT LOCKS aj:e turning gray. Tea, I know that time is flying. Youth long since has passed away Boon will come the hour of dj ing, For my locks are turning gray. Time seems short when I remember Scenes that seem of yesterday ; Then 'twas June 'tis now November, For mv locks are turning gray. Once the f'ltura seemed unending. Sea-shell tinted, gilded, gay ; Now beneath its jears I'm bending, For my locks are turning gray. Fair was hope and youthful visions ; Love hi-ld undisputed oway : All have filled their empty missions, And my locks are turning gray. Idle dreams no more enthrall me; They ha e passed with childhood's play ; Nobler dreams of duty call me, For my locks are turning gray. Each year points, with ghostly finger, Deeper marks of life's decay ; Short the timo I may ...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
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