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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 4 July 1894

I ~ " ' VOL. XLYIII. WINNSBORO, S. 0., WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1894. NO. 47. If t ?? | ? A CHANGE IN TACTICS." K SENATORIAL CANDIDATES PUT BY RAW HIDES AND SALT. Ozderlr JtUe'lne i?t Chest?)fiald?Gajrg Into Mailonal Issues?Elleiba aod Kvk ana Spar for Points?Tfce Crowd Uodemk onatratlv*. S Chesterfield, S. C., Jane 26.?Tbe campaign of education is actually dawning. The meeting of the second week opened here today with a decided revolution in the character of the speakers. Wonderful, wonderful to relate, the lambasting was discontinued and the discussion of issues began. For a day, at least, the scorcher and the roaster have been laid aside and the people nave been retailed with more edifying and enlightening dis1 cussion. The crowd of about 800 persons was well behaved and in thorough good humor, interfering with no one and applauding circumspectly. In truth the meeting was really ideal iD comparison with its predecessors, both in respect tn t.hfi nharftflter of the SDeeches and fcfc the...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 4 July 1894

f"y' " . * ^vs. < - 8& w MMKIfc Im ll I !! ?????? 1 THE NEWS AND HERALD.; - PU.SLISH&D EVERT WEDNESDAY | -5Y ME ff S ANDlHERi LD COMPANY. TERMS, IW ADVANCE: I One Tear, SI.5o Sir Momth*. .... .75 AD VERTIS1NG RATES. CASH: On(> dollar a souare for the first insertion and Fifty Certs for each subsequnt inser- i tion. Special rates for contract advertisors. Mai riage and death notices free. Regular rates charged for obituaries. Orders for Job Work solicited. This newspaper is not responsible for opinions and views exptessea .anywhere else than in the editorial column. All articles for publication must be accompanied by the true name of the author ?nd written in respectful language and written on one side of the paper. The true aaine required as an evidence of good faith1 All communicatsons?editorial, business or local?should be addressed to The News axd Herald Co. W. D Douglass, Editor. Jas. Q. Davis, Treasurer. W. J. Elliott, Business Manager. WINNSBORO, S c7~ a Wednesda...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 4 July 1894

& r . W-.WWnnrnnw wrr? (LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Wednesday. Jnly 4. : ; : : 1894 MAIL COLLECTIONS. Letters will be collected from the (mYPB At 11.20 a. hi. and 9 p. m. going south, and 5.30 p. ni. anil 9 p. m. going north. New Advertisements. Groceries?F. \Y. Habenicht. Ilires ^toot-Beer?W. E. Aiken. 8^ J. M. Higgius for County SaperriJF Erskine College?W. II. Grier, Pres flUCMk. W. S. Hall, Jr., for School Commissioner. J. M. Gall?way for County Supervisor. A. Y. MilJiug for School Cemmissioner. Davidson College ? J. B. Shearer, President. Rivet Your Optics on This?J. L. Mimnaugh. Letters of Administration?S. R. Jjhustou, Judge of Probate. oca. 1 UileU ?Read the label on your paper. ?Come out candidates. The ball is i J open, roll in on time. I ? Give The News axd Herald a showing on your job work. ?Chickens can be hatched successfully in an incubator. W. J. Elliott. ?Does your label say that you are behind with your subscription? ?The police force wa* increased on Monday, to about ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 4 July 1894

INFANT HAND?. Fair beacon lights at dusty eve, In cottage door and palace hail; They beckon man from busy marts, Those dimpled h*nds outstretched and email. Herculean powers within them li<=, "Wee finger tips with rosy palm; One magic touch on cheek or brow Will quell an angry rising storm. Ofttimes they vanish from the sight, Those dariing hands more prized than gold; Passive in death's cbiil band they lie Like frozen lilies pnre and cold. God says: "A little child shall lead," * And c.'ear-eyed faith discerns afar Those gleaming hands at close of day Aro beckoning home through gates ajar. SAVE THE SABBATH. Rsv. Dr. Tnlaxtg* Cbcow-s A Subject oJ WHe la ere?r. Brooklyn, June 24.?For today Rev. Dr. Talmage has ehoosen a subject of world wide interest as the theme of his sermon through the press ?v'z the necessity of guarding the christian Sabbath against invasions ihat aim at its destruction. The text selected was Exodus xxxi, 13, "Verily my Sabbaths ye shall beep." The wisdom of ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 11 July 1894

________ WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1894. NO. 48. I |??"ME MARION MEETING. [ IT WAS A GOOD ONE DESPITE THE f - BAD WEATHER. I Interest Shown Chiefly in the Son&tctlal FJp-ht?Governor Tillman's Oatstlono ! sad Senator Butte*'* Anawerr. Marion, b. C., July 3.?If this had been a ball game instead of a campaign meeting here today its record would have been written, "Rain?no game*" But the candidates could not be fright ened by a wetting, so anxious were they to have their innings, look the dear people in the eye and see them face to face. There were about 700 persons who turned out to see the Senatorial rock-pitching and the various and sundry side accompaniments to the big political show. Tney were martyrs to their curiosity, interest or whatever feeling that took them there. They 9 not only saw reeds shaken by the wind, I but felt themselves drenched from [ head to foot by torrents of water from black clouds that hung over the town. F For several hours there was a terri...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 11 July 1894

. ? ' !i m ' ! ? ? I THE NEWS AND HERALD. PU-SLISH'ICD EVERY WEDNESDAY -BY? NWS AND.HER4 LD COMPANY. TKRMS, IX ADVANCE: CT K A une lesir, ... Six Mouths, 75 AD VERTIS1NG RATES. CASH: One dollai a square for the first insertion and Fifty Cepts for each subsequnt insertion. Special rates for cor.tract advertiSOK. Mairiage and death notices free. Regular rates charged for oDituaries. Orders for Job Work solicited. This newspaper is not responsible for o^.mous and views expiessed anywhere else than in the editorial column. All articles for publication must be accompanied by the true name of the author *nd written in respectful language and written on one side of the pa;>er. The true same required as an evidence of good faith All cemmunicatsons?editorial, business or local?should be addressed to The News and Herald Co. W. D Douglass, Editor. Jas. Q. Davis, Treasurer. W. J. Elliott, Business Manager. WINNSBORO, S. C." Wednesday. July 11. : : : 1894 Senator Ikby voted all right when the...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 11 July 1894

rL a Ij INTELLIGENCE. Wetinesilay. 1 nly~l 1. : ; : : 1894 MAIL COLLECTIONS. will be collected from the JsUer boxes at 11.20 a. nf. and 9 p. tn. going south, and 5.30 p. ra. and 9 p. ci. going north. New AdvertisemeHOCbeese?F. Vv. Habenicbt. Richmond for Coantv Art rlitor. Toos. P. Mitchell for Representative. Jno. J. Nt-il f?r County Supervisor. B. G. Tennant for County Supervienr. It is Only a Li*t?Winnsb m> Drug Store. It. Making Onr B?w?Carolina Buorgy Co., Yorkville, S- C. " ocal Un?(s ?Moiiiicello will play ball with Wii nsboro here on Thursday evening. ?The new store of Alex Macdonald & Co. is nearly completed in Black stocks. It presents quite a neat appearance. ?The new money order and new system of fees went into effect at the postoffice here on July 2nd. Postal notes are now discontinued. ?The work on the Gibson and Matthews stores is prosresing exceediugly well. The floor timbers have been laid in the walls, and soon the sight of a brtck wall be seen rearing upwar...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 11 July 1894

" nunmr irr?PMargrrw THE GOLDEN SIDE. There is many a rest in the road of li'e if we would only stop to take it; And many a tone from the better land Jf the querulous heart would maJce it. To the soul that Is full of hope, And whose beautiful trust ne'er faileth, The crass is green and the flowers are bright Though the Winter's storm prevai'eth "Rottpr hrnft thoueh the clouds hansz low, And to fceep the eyes still lifted; For the sweet blue sky will soon peep through, When the ominous clouds are rifted. There was never a night without a day, Or an evening withont a morning. And the darkest hour, as the proverb goes, Is the hour before the dawning. There is many a gem in the path of life Which we pass in our idle pleasure 'j hat is richer far than the jeweled <t<hv;i Or tbe miser's hoarded treasure. It may be the love of a little child, L'r a raomer,sprayer iu ucu^n, Or only a beggar's grateful thank-. For a cup of water given. Letter to weave in the web of life A bright and go...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 18 July 1894

VOL. XLYHI. WINNSBORO, S. C? WEDNESDAY, JULY 38, 1894. NO. 49. I L THE MANNING MEETING. I GENERAL RICHBOURG'S FIRST APP PEARANCEAS A SPEAKER. Tbe Crowd WUh Till man?An Ovation to Secretary Tlodal?Bntler Favors tbe Formation ot SUvar I,e?Knaa?AYkat the Other Cacdidates s?!d. Manning, S. C., July 10.?Notwithstanding the rain today the conrt house was crowded to hear the candidates for State and Senatorial honors. The speeches of all the candidates were regarded equal to, if not better, than at any previous meeting. The crowd was overwhelmingly for Governor Tillman for Senator to succeed Sutler. General Richbourg made his first campaign speech today. The meeting was presided over by | Hon. S. A.Nettle?, County Chairman. After prayer by Rev. H.M. Mood the k speakers were introduced In the followW ing order: Hon. J. Walter Whitman, General R. N. Richbourg, Hon. W. H. V TeldelJ, Governor B. R. Tillman, Senator M. C. Butler, Hon. John Gary Evans, Comptroller General W. H. Ellerbe and Secre...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 18 July 1894

THE NEWS AND HERALD. PUS LI SIlfiD EVERY WEDNESDAY -BYNEWS ANTDiHERi LD COMPANY, TERJIS, XX ADVANCE: One Ycur, ... SI.^o Six Months, .... ,75 Al) VEliTISING RATES. CASH: One dollai a square for the first insertion and Fifty Cents for each subsequnt insertion. Special rates for contract advertisors. *** : nAfiAOt: frc*c> | i u uu liCCkt/il UVkiVV^ A4VV? ??v0-rlar rates charged for obituaries. Orders for Job Work solicited. This newspaper is not responsible for opinions a?d views exptessea .anywhere else than in the editorial column. All articles for publication must be acoompunicd by the irue name of the author r nd written in respectful language and l itten on one side of the paper. The true same required as an evidence of good faith All communicatsons?editorial, business local?should be addressed to The ews astd Herald Co. W. D Douglass, Editor. Jas. Q. Davis, Treasurer. W. J. Elliott, Business Manager. WINNSBORO, S C." Wednesday. July IS. : ; : : 1894. We have received the new ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 18 July 1894

^looal intelligence. ^ Wednesday. Jnly 18.? : : : 18i)4 MAIL COLLECTIONS. Letters will be collected from the letter boxes at 11.20 a. m. and 9 p. m. going sooth, and 5.30 p. m. and 9 p. rr. going north. Sew Advertisement*. Habenichi's Directory. W. J. Johnson for Representative. R. Y. Lemmon for Representative. Sheriff'?! Sale?R E. Elli<on, S.F.C. Clerk's Sale?R. H. Jen ni tigs, Clerk. Johnston's Kalsoininc? McMaster & Co. Llayne McMeekiu for County Treasurer. South Carolina College ? James Woodrow. Summons ? Kagsdaie a- iwgsuai, Plaintiff's Attorneys. local lirtet* ^ ?On hand a f uU supply of PeasleeGauibert Mastic paint. adv. WIjtksboro Drug Store. ?The deed of the G. & O. Railroad to tie Southern Railway Co. has been recorded in this county. ?The Alliance met Friday and was in session about three hours. Routine business was transacted. ?A meeting of the Reformers of Winnsboro and vicinity will be held in the Court House on the ISth inst., at 11 o'clock a. m., to organi...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 18 July 1894

pc':: - ^ V THE TIRELESS LITTLE TODDLER. He toddles, toddles all the day And never seems to tire, This Jittle nan in babyc'othes Who's fail of youthful fire. lie jabber?j jabbers all the day And never will be still, M'hJo littTo Tv>cc nritJi flaypn }ir\ir Who Jives at"Copenhiii, He wanders underneath the trees With his beloved Pat. A little fuzzy dog Who's death to tvery rat. He talks atout the sun and mf on In his peculiar way His mamma understands him, though In all he has to say. He is just the dearest little chap Who loves to laugh and peep At one and all and little arms Around my neck will creep. And then he always has to grunt He loves so awfully hard: This little man in baby clothes I pray the Lord to guard. FROM YOUTH TO AGE. Rev. Dr. Inter<?tlEK D'accnrse Ihrocgfc the Press. Brooklyn, July 8.?Rev. Dr. Talmage, who is now nearing the antipodes on his round the world journey, has selected as the subject for his sermon through tne press tcdav "The Rustic In the Palace," ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 25 July 1894

j ^ ^ ~ ^ . ^ IH^XLYIII. WINNSBORO, S. ., WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 1894. NO, 50. ' " PBBRmLY MEETING. ELLERBE AND EVANS GETTING DOWN TO HARD WORK. Governor Tillman S?ya ?be Gcberna'orlal Candidates Nf-cd Not Fxptcr any Help from Him?Senator Butler Miking ? xs&iu ri^uw Barnwell, S. C., July 17.?Newspaper correspondents had to hustle for """ awhile today to keep up with some of the speakers. The reason for this was that new firecrackers were lit and ex ploded. For several weeks, except occasionally, the press gang has found it monotonous killing time during the speeches. Nearly every man thrashes the same old straw and the reporters ^ know it all by heart. They do not bother with anything except whatever new matter may have lodged in a candidate's head over night. In other H?. words, it is a good deal like milking a M cow. The milk is the same each time, I Hbut there is always a little cream to j B fckim. It is the cream which the pencil W&hovers look out for. Well, cream was I ple...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 25 July 1894

T> IT XT' JLJULCJ NEWS AND HERALD. PUBLISHED EVERT WEDNESDAY ? -BYSEWS ANDiHERA LD COMPANY. TERMS, IX ADVANCE: One Year, ... SI.5o Six Month*, . - . . . ,75 AD VERTIS1NG RATES. CASE: One dollar a square for the first insertion and Fifty Cei>ts for each subsequnt insertion. Special rates for contract advertisers. Mairiage and death notices free. Regular rates charged for obituaries. Orders for Job Work solicited. ft.:,, BomcMnar ic rpcwvnsihlfi for XUIO 4V *?vv * ? e pinions aDd views exptessea ;anywhere ebe than in the editorial column. All articles for publication must be accompanied by the true name of the author r ud written in respectful language and 'ritten on one side of the paper. The true same required as an evidence of good faith All communicatsons?editorial, business local?should be addressed to The .sews and Herald Co. W. D Douglass, Editor. ' ? J as. Q. Davis, Treasurer. W. J. Elliott, Business Manager. WINNSBOROj S. cT * Weduesuay, July 25. : : : 1894 Let u? ;varu...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 25 July 1894

- *1 ' I / I srjLOCAL INTELLIGENCE. j WeduesUy. July 25. : : isy4MAIL COLLECTIONS. Letters will be collected from the I'.-ttsr boxes at 11.20 a. m. and>9 p. m. going south, and 5.30 p. m. and 9 pm. going north. Sew Advertlnemejits. Capt. W. G. Qiunant for Judge of Probate. . Money to Lend?T. W. Lauderdale, r Presideut Cream Tartar, Picnic Hams, etc.? F. TV. llabenicht. Locil ?Communion service will be held at the A. R. P. Church next Sunday. ?Jim Egleston, colored, was arrested and bailed on Wednesday charged with an unmentionable crim?. ? Trial Justice Miller sent down ^ Joe Cordes and David Cordes for malicious miscmei?tawug r?*ici melons from Wesley Washington. They just took them for mischief. ?Tbe small b?ys of Blackstoek and the small boys Wiunsboro had a game of i?all oa Wednesday evening. The Bla:kstock boys did exceedingly well, bnt the Boro got to the home plate with the-'mostest men first." ?There was an excursion from here to Charlotte on Friday. Quite a number of the...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 25 July 1894

WEWIMt I' h '< ii """ rnrr^w rim? --..- L.- --..-. ,?,f ? ' |SOM? HEARTS. Through days a-weary, and scenes so dreary, Some heart in the shadow mast stay. While the aching eyes scan gloomy skies For a light in the far away. V Through the darkness deep, dread agonies creep, And steal the reluctant perfume Of the flowers rare, that fate seemed to dare, On the grief stricken soil to bloom. Through the dismal years, of weeping and feara, Some hearts, with their burden of woe. On the grim highway, where no sun beams play, Through the blackness of night must go. Some hearts must weep, while ether hearts ^ sleep, Ne'er dreaming of pain or sorrow, Some hearts are sighing, some hearts are crying O'er visions of dread tomorrow. Some hearts must kneel and the chast'ning feel. As hopes that were framed in the past Fall into decay, and swift, pass away, Too frail, through suffering, to last. Some hearts are aching, ana suenuy urchin?, While tho lives of others are crowned With rarest delight, ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 1 August 1894

'' y VOL XLVIIL WINNSBOKO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1894. NO. 51. L ~A DAY OF SENS\TIONS. | CANDIDATE. S MAKE CHARGES AND i COUNTERCHARGES. Lively Crowd at Wloncboro-Ths Most Kventfnl Csrup*ign Mf.ttlng of lhe Series? Reformers shake E%ch Oilier trP. Wixnsboro, S. c., July 24.?The most eventful meeticg et the campaign - was held here today. From the point of view of peace and good order it was a model gathering; politically it was not model. The simple and blunt truth is that the lieformers participated in an all-around slugging match .in which nearly all of them became involved before it was over. Col. D. P. Duncan started the ball by denouncing Larry Gantt, his traducer, as a "buzzard." Senator Stanyarne Wilson jumped on Colonel J)uncan and ^ partially defended Gantt. Evans next i went for Ellerfce and Ellerbe went for Evans. Governor Tillman undertook to spank the whole crowd, including Tindal,and got into a sharp and salty spat with General Ellerbe. I will not now undertake t...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 1 August 1894

* & r THE NEWS AND HERALD. P U-3LISHED E VER7 WEDNESDA 7 -BYIS E WS ANDiHERALD COMPANY. TERMS, IX ADVANCE: One Year, ... 1.30 Six MoHtli!*, .... .75 ADVERTISING RATES. CASE: Oils dollai a square for the first insertion and Fifty Cents for each subsequnt inser" tion. Special rates for contract advert isors. .-vnr? r?fiat.h notices free. Regu ? w .lar rates charged for obituaries. Orders for Job Work solicited. This newspaper is not responsible for opinions and views exptessed anywhere else than in the editorial column. All articles for publication must be accompanied by the true name of the author " ud written in rc?pectful language and * ritten on one side of the paper. The true i ame required as an eridence of good faith All communications?editorial, business local?should l?e addressed to The ?<ews and Herald Co. W. D Douglass, Editor. Jas. Q. Davis, Treasurer. W. J. Elliott, Business Manager. dad a c n VV liNJ.NO OUiW, o. Wednesday. August 1. : : : 185*4 Ellerbe is getting ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 1 August 1894

Iljjfcgjjp k LOfl VL INTELLIGENCE. _ I _ j3~ Wednesday. Augnst ]. ; : : 185*4MAIL COLLECTIONS. Letters will be collected from the t I'-tter taxes at 11.20 a. il. and 9 p. m. going south, and 5.30 p. m. and 9 ? p. m. going north. X?w Advertisement*. T Skeeters, Git?W. E. Aiken. I 1 ^ Turnip Seed. &c.-McMaster & Co. Furmun University?C. Manly, D.D. D. L. Stevenson for School CommisW *ioner. T Wofford College?J. A. G-imewell, Secretary. Notice to Patrons, etc.?D. L. Stevea*on and Others. South Carolina Military Academy? I Hf Johnson Hagood, Chairman. HUH M ?The di^peusary stock has been E K mored to the Turner block. 9 ?? ?The new store buildings on Main R street ai c progressing nicely. H ?Full proceedings of last Tuesda>'s B R meeting will be found on first page. S| wg ?The Couniy Democratic ?(not factional) Convention will meet on the [ 6th of August to elect a comny cuair* ' man and an executive committee, i ?Thei-e was an entertainment at Albion on Thursday for the bene...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 1 August 1894

,V\ . / GOLDEN HOURS, GOLUis.> i Everything has beauty in it In the world that 'round us iies, Lifting up cach waking minute, Giving joy to longing eyes, That shall fillthe hours with praise? Golden hours made golden days. By us joys are e\er flying, Let us make our hearts their snare, Let us share the sweetness lying All about us everywhere! Let us walk in happy waysGolden hours make golden days. Troubles come but they are fleeting; Soon their shadows will go by, * - 1 mnnfinr* ASLIKJUIUuU^ viic ouuii^uu uivv??"n1 Pass and show the azure sky. Life is full of sunny raysGolden hours make golden da\s. UVES WORTH"LIVINGThose Tbat LpkcI t > ?u Ex)?!<sro Tbst 3ibV*r Eod8. Brooklyn, July 22 ? lltv. Dr. Talmas;e, who is now touring in the Australian cities, has chosen as the subject for today'8 sermon through the press "Worth Living," the l?ct beinir tsken from Lamentations lii, 39, "Wherefore doth a iivine man complaii?" If we live to the crciutiomsis w guess wbere we came from a...

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