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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 11 March 1886

mrnmfMmmimM ifflr!&c& YfPW' ? I - e 1 h I'M' ft , If L llfeJ ve .- ;i . I! A t h I? 1 & ft , tf 'THOMAS COUNTY OAT. . P. WOECSST2S ft CO.. Publishers COl.tt S. - - . . KAXWS THE SNOW-STORM. Tha snow came floating o'er the world. From out tiie dreary sky. As if to recompense mankind For seeing nature die. O dreary world ! so like mv life, r On which the sorrows fa'll, Must every sunbeam fade away, And snow-nakes cover all? No, doubtinsr one; the sunbeams soon Will come to earth aaln. And winter's cold a.nd cheerless suow Will melt in April rain. Thus sorrow from thy aching heart shall lice like nlsht away. And trials pa?s. and fleeting time Will bring at last the day. flarvcr's Weekly. GAIN AND LOSS. The Burial Place of Jake Holts Little Girl. M- first night at Hustlctown promised to be dull enough. The Metropolitan Hotel, at which 1 am stopping, was al together barren of metropolitan at tractions. A hard rainstorm had set in about dark, and the heavy drops clat tered aga...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 11 March 1886

mmw 3&v?iS t. w- -? j- r- r "" yr-; .J as a-54J t &-- ,& ft V t 1 -?.' - i. . .2t mV. THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. WORCESTER A CASEY, Editors. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. THE CAT. THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES. 1JOTII ONi: YEA It, 'J'hc Tiiiirs is the heat State jjaper. riAl T 1 rTA ' lheDailv 1 1 mes j And the (r for 1.30. The Topeka Capital. And iheC'iir foi 2 00 ! Pl -r n TT ,.' InC JS.anh.ab rarmei Ami the Cat foi 2 7)0. Xotite For l'ulilic.ition No. 1-112. I and OiliceatObeilin. K.insa-. J in ti. Ihsf. Xoticfis )i(t( u jnin tint the follow uiu n'ui'ftl t tth i has iilid notice ol his intention to lmil.r llual prool in support of his claim and that -.ml proof will be mule heroic Proluto lud-e 'J hoinas Co , K's, at Colli) K's on Mmi.li 1.1. Jssfi. m- fSeoiKC W 0oihaIsei, I) S No JfilS, lor the ne qi see Is. tow n C south, rnujre ,"" w . f lienamts the loll'iwn; witnesses to pro o his tontini.ou icsidi mt upon and cultnation ol san! Hud. w: .1 (' ( nine. F V'Lidd, O P Cuilcr. .1 U blew ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 18 March 1886

'.jKsrsss 0-fefe' W ST-ir p- V H55 E. h -ft .tf'' .&&,'. Thomas Cat. -j s ?Srv ,, rt r1 ' jCifc - m- --A VJ I VOL. II. NO. 2. COLBY, THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH iS, 1S86. 51.50 PER YEAR. COUNTy ' - . W :v 1 If I It -THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. CHURCH DIUECTOKY Colby Union Sunday School meets everv Sunday at 10 a. m. Preaehinjr at 11 a. m. Sinjnnjt at 7:30 p. m. Preaching at 8. p. m. Services held in Mr. Bean's Hall. All are invited. "Whosoever will may eoiue." . E. A. CUOUSE, Pastor. Real Estate Agents, UICKVILLE, KANSAS. CSTme claim1 for ale. Locating done. AJ1 kii!d of land business promptly attended. Money To Loan en Real Estate I. O. O. F. Svmlijrht Lodire No. 273. meet reeularly every Tuesday eenin;? at Bean's Hall, at 7 o'clock p.m. Allmembcn of the order are cordially Invited to attend. COUNTY DIRECTORY. i lerk .Tame N. Fiko. Treasurer N. D. Bean. Uegi-terof Deed lohn W. Irwin. Superintendent Public JiiVt W. W. Walker. ltopreeiitiiti e W. H. Copelaud. Attorney W...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 18 March 1886

WPP" " " "41. ' - - wmwwmmmwm 4 ', Vj . fii mrSe - - : " . THOMAS COUNTY OAT. X. T. WOXCSSTEB CO., Fnbliantra COLBY. KANSAS "THOUGHT AND SORROW." Scwin sisters I deem ye. Pale Thought and deep Sorrow; Each her lineaments seem j e From the other to borrow. The same prove expression Ye depict on man's face. And like plaintive depression On h:s leuturesie trace. On woman's pale brow ye Both carve the same l.nes. On man's forehead plow ye Like care-wrinkled signs. With the same s.id still light Each ej e do j e kindle; Ye make it more bright Or its fienness dwindle. In the s:ime deep-drawn war Sixh nlikc Thought and Sorrow - He who thinks deep to-day. 11 who bodes ill to-morrow. The lip's curve sedate Ye 1 mti in like fashion, To mark thoughts-that are jrreat Or Uriel's mourntul passion. To each other j e lend. In men jounirer or older. The s-aine earth-ward bend Of head and of shoulder. Wen' slow heavy pait In HWo manner e share; Ye botlr t-rsiHl at the rate Of men burdeued with care. ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 18 March 1886

KTSLVtJ." 2SKi KSS :-w.Jfrfi3?-:-r -J - -. ' $ v,"s ? FTstSEsv S- " m Ei..isa 3&t ,fSv' AK"- -1 R3 - e 1' fifr wr? rn A & THOMAS COUNTY OAT. Z. P. WOBCSSTEB & CO ..Publishers COLBY. ---... KANSAS. ON THE COAST. Jly little boy, heroic wise. Lures me with boyish taunt and beast To where the snow-clad hills arise And reckless urchins swiftly coast. "Why not? Again I am a boy, lam his brother, not his sire; His Bteel-shod sled our mutual toy. His wishes echo my desire. Down sweeping flights, with merry cheers, We fly, as swallows skim the shore; J throw away full thirty years. And I am ten again; no more. II r boyish pride comes hack to me. "My Iwyhood's skill and courage, too. I bid the Prince stand back and see The way that papa used to do. Alone I climb the highest hill And poiso the sled upon Its brow: In wonder lost the Prince stands st 11. And listens for my warning ".N'owi" Swifter than winged thought I fly. And when my tlignt is nearly through, A "Thank you inarm" li...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 18 March 1886

WKS' - .-v- Ti!E THOMAS COOT CAT. bFlCIAL COUNTY PAPER. No trains hare been running on the Central BvA&cfc railroad for several days. The- Studebaker wagon factor' lias resumed woik again with a full force of workmen. A spirited fight between Voltaire and Leonard, in Sherman county, is promised. "We suggest either Oberlin. Wa- Keener or Stockton for the Congres sional convention. Governor Mart'm has appointed Maj. X. A. Adams as one of the Stale House Commissioners. Cnlhv does not want the earth. She wants the land oflice, and is fair way of getting it. in a A bold express robbery occurred on the Chicago. TCoek TsHnd and Pacific railway near Joliet, Ills., on Sunday uight last, the thieves getting away with about twentv thousand dollars. J. Q. A. Weller is announced in tho Wallace Register as a candidate for Congress for this district. Weller is a first-class old squ:rt," with hardly the ability to mind his own business. The daily reports of strikes in various parts of the east ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 18 March 1886

I . T'T.5fl'1 r niv lolra . -ii.fc-.l v?3f ...orr -T'r- ? ' J. B. MeGONIGAL. JOHN W. RODGERS. i5- mph h I ".' y have MeGONIGAL & RODGER'S, . REAL ESTATE AGENTS, COLBY, THOMAS COUNTY KANSAS. GOVERNMENT LANDS Where They Are and How to Get Them; NORTHWESTERN KANSAS, The Garden Spot of the Garden State, ISO ACRES OF LAND FOR $18.00. " Uncle Sam," BayB the old song, " is rich enough to buy us all a farm." This is true in the abstract, hut the fact is, our Uncle Samuel will never commit such folly. But he is a more liberal uncle than even that, for he now stands ready and willing and anxious to GIVE all applicants of lawful age ItiO acres (or even 320) of the finest parts of his broad, beantiful, and productive farm. But how, aays the reader, can this farm be gotten, and where ? The aim of the writer in these few pages will be to answer these questions in detail. The hardy pioneer who a few short years ago erected his cabin at the outskirts of, or even beyond, the borders of civilizat...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 18 March 1886

si4 0?irv.flH ir'S cotueri uid you are looked up to, your counsel sought, your advice asked you are an old resident. To-day you scarcely value your IhimI to-morrow a purchaser appears and you tiad that you own a valuable farm. It is your now. Uncle Sam has given you a bit of puchmerit, called a. "patent," the best land title in the worlds A year passes, two and you are rich. No, not rjch; not a millionaire; but 80 much better off than he ! Out of debt, a little money laid by, a fine farm well im proved, h nice bunch of cattle withal, peace I Will this be your Jot? The question can only be tnswered by you. Kin you My, ".tre there no vacant lauds but K.tumiH lauds ?" Yes. But did you know that Kauai to-day stands the most prosperous State in the Union ? It is true. We know no ' hard times." We remember the " hard times" of our days-of bondage "back yonder;" but all of our rolatives and friends now pros per with us in Kansas, on "homesteaded" landtt, Ity which the tax gatherer walks wi...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 18 March 1886

Sdf right the same as by taking public land. A person can not move from land of his or her own in the same territory to take a Preemp tion, and no person the owner of three hundred and twenty acres can preempt. Neither can you preempt land that is used for purposes of trade or business. Generally speaking, ihe land office will ac cept a "D. S." on any land. If the tract ap plied for is covered by a Tree claim or Home stead, the officers may or may not reject a filing. Hence the acceptance of a "D. S." by the laud office goes a very little way toward showing the land is vacant. And persons should remember that an error in filing is a very hard tiling to overcome, and usually costs the preemptor his rights. Oenerally speaking, a filing once made must stand, and carries the right witli it. In cases of mistaken descrip tion, an for instance, settling on one piece of land and filing on another, under the impres sion that you are taking the tract settled on, the Commissioner on a proper s...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 18 March 1886

denu-your uiuci SSS5S4 wnpt,rg"oti-'wi""miil gyet"e'a cau-1 ar"j;YVfflc.cUiogj rr ' Hundreds, thousands of Eastern parties come to the land office and take a"T C."' with out every seeing it, and very few otthem, in deed, ever regret their action. One hundred, two hundred, five hundred dollars are often paid simply for the holder of a "T. C." to re linquish it to the Government, eo that the pur chaser cantnter it. Land taken this week or this month may be in the "front," but in a few wee.8 or months the settlers' cabins will dot every quarter around him. Then his "T. 0." is valuable. We know parties who made their money in Kansas by relinquishing a "T. C." for five hundred dollars, after holding it a few months. FIHAL PROOFS. When you wish to make final proof on your Homestead or Preemption, you send notice to the land office, accompanied with four dollars, and give the names of three or four of your neigiiDors tor witnesses, and state when and before whom you will make proof. The fo...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 18 March 1886

THfi PALACE drug Store; FTTW? THOMAS COUNTr CAT. WmfmW IffiftJi mm MP- I WOECESTEB & CASEY. Editors. --Smoke the "Brick". a'i -r rt5 Plows at Bean Bros . Sj xiarrows ai litan uros . j, , .uiutuuua ai uunu urus . Beautiful moonlight nights. Garden seeds at Bean Bros. a I Jardine & Reed, land agents. $ if i The Cat office for job work. N Seed Corn at J. W. Allen & Sons. Jj." James Hines is living on his farm. Dr. Corporan's house is enclosed. Seed Millet at J. V. Allen & Sons'. Thos. Sntton is rusticating at Oberlin. The grass is getting green in draws. Cow for Bale, inquire of W. R. Smith. -The ruh has commenced in earnest. Mrs. Ida Swezev is on her claim. v Drink Martin' f ginger ale and grow ((jlA-Ginger ale on tap at the new drug VAtore. IP C. H. MARTIN & BR0-, Props. "V ""-' 'Hi H IT 1STL Set'lc.'s are coming in by the hun dreds. Moline Plows and Harrows at I. H Bullers. All kinds of farm implements at Bean Bros'. The sale of farming imlcmcut L- im Tnense. Rat...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 18 March 1886

WmWmi & $&' & K-. W' fw5?ip; StS fe, &0 FOK OUB YOUNG EE ADEE& GONE TO SCHOOL. Where Js our merry-hearted babj? How strange the silence seems! Where is he in the land of uiischiof, Or in the land of dreams Tyinjr the reins of patient Kover? Coaxing puss witn a spool Ah, me! how slowly we remember: liaby has gono to school. Here at homo he began his letters. Finished with x, y, z. And conquered the multiplication table As far as tho "three times three." Then papa laujrhed. and suggested shyly: " Mamma forgets one rule. Babies must learn to be more than babies, And so they must go to school." Well -we recall the September morning. When our sturdy, little man Kissed us good-bje, in tho pleasant sun shine. And thegrowing-up besran. Looking back, he cheerily fhouted. As we watched from the door-way cool: "Gooa-bje tolkses! I'll come and see you By'm'by, after chooL" Many a tale he finds to tell us, Mnurlcd in smiles and tears. Braveli his heart goes out to tho future,...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 18 March 1886

PPPPPP mKmSKKKvKR.KSKKBKBmKM E"3S&FvS4- - . - ,.., . -? fill I! l?r rr a BEIIGIOUS BEADING. DOUBLED. "When the talo of bricks is doubled, Moses comes," the Hebrews say; Tvhen the night has grown the blackes. " Comes the long-expected day; When our cares have grown so heavy That we scarce can bear the load. Then a hand is stretched to help us On our weary road. "When the tale of bricks Is doubled. As our cares and wants increase, Comes a double share of courage, Though the battle may not cease. Though the fight may rage the fiercer. And the fiery darts be whirled, If we will but call for succor, We may face the world. When the talo of brick is doubled. When oppression bows us low, . Comes a Moses who will free us Break our fetters at a blow; And if we will truly follow From the black Egyptian night, He will guide us He will lead us, To eternal light. It. V. Tongue, in S. S. Time. DANIEL. The Discovery of Tablets Which Prove the Authenticity of This Portion of the Old Testament. I...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 18 March 1886

trSPSP -is ir ifwr isit . ,si srasr wra IK r blS St .. si'5i ' -' r Sfs -THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. Garnishment. The following is a copy of the law on the abov? subject which passed at the late session of the Legislature: Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Kausas: Skction 1. That the wages of any laborer, mechanic or other person, resident of this State, who cams his livelihood by manual labor or daily toil, shall lie and is absolutely ex empt from all processes of garnish ment or attachment, except in case of fraud. Section 2. All acts and parts in conllicr with the provisions of this act be and the same are heieby repealed. House Bill No. 12. Wo publish the following law, not supposing for a moment that any of our -home folks" are at all interested, but for-the benefit of any strangeis that may be "within our gates." The law was, published and went into etleet February 25th, ult. An act to prevent hunting and shooting on the first day of the week, commonly called Sunday....

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 25 March 1886

WW? " v ' " - ' ' """' - 'H jr ,.- countv ' ..' ; ; I if ". :- I XT ilT A O rlirl,j! y I T A rri ----- I JL 3 fj VOL. ir." NO. 3. " COLBY, THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1SS6. - , si to PER YEAR I jO . .''". 1 fcV ' " ' " r?T ' --"-"'' -'' - -- - , - -rm. .. ,,.,, ., ,i. -.,,.- r. .,. ,ji ,',ij.., n-i .ngga-- ).... J..., ...rmii i mi nil n 1 1 ! .. ..-iaBii-ii' iiimi n-nmrir,?TT-,r?rr-T-r-rTTTni , nMm 9 K m 1 ' of J !: i! fa & JfcI, . ... .. a: . - ft Hrii tituitkruv f'oibj- I'nion Sunday School msts evrv 'uti'lav at U) v. m. Preaching at II . m. Fmgiiij, ut 7.90 i. M. Prcacluntr ati ji. Services hold in Mr. llean'- Hall. All .tie invitrtl. "Whosoever will mav come." i:. A. CHOUSE, Pastor. , i. O. O..F..x Odfclijrlii LodroXo.aT3. ineetieHTilarJy evorv "XuOsdav e eninr at IStan's Hall, at 7 o'clock j. in. All members of the order aie cordially invited to attend. J COUNTY DIRECTORY. t lerk James N. Tike. Treasurei X. 1). Bean. Jtegistcr of Deeds John W. Irwin Supei int...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 25 March 1886

w&& t w -fip --M..,. - y- -- ..1 i ! THOMAS COUNTY OAT. X. J?. WOSCE8TZX CO., FuMIlier. COLBY. KANSAS, THE SOD HOUSE OF DAKOTA. I passed it far out on the prairie, The house of necessity born; No lines or it dingriuess vary. So somber, to dark, so forlorn. It is bounded by measureless acres; Not a lence or a tree is in sight: But, though plnin as the dress of the Quakers, It stands In the aun's broadest light. The badyer near by makes his burrow, 1 he f-'Opher his hillock of soil. And plows, with their mile-Iensrths of furrow, Go round it with infinite toil. A well-curb, a wash-bench, n woman. With poultry and pig, are outside; The clothes line is wondrously human In look, and the vista how wiac! You can go to the sunrise or "sundown" In straight lines the left or the right. And leagues of long level are run down Beforo you esc.ipc from its bight. The roof i well thatched with coarse'grasses: A stove-pipe peers out to the sky. Tis a picture whose plainness surpasses All obje...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 25 March 1886

vjS-J. 3 rnbi. (S, x& lM Wl fr HP t M n. z V4 c li fcr Kv -' THOMAS COUNTY OAT. . P. WOXCXSTZX fc CO., VmHUslMra, COLBY. KANSAS. THREE SOMEBODIES. "Somebody is loaning e'er a paling. Where trellised roses, twining, bud and blow; Somebody, with fervor unavailing-, Is pleadinjr for an answer "Yes or no?" Somebody, half pouting and half smiling. Holds f reshly-jfathered roses in her hands; Somebody (so daintily beguiling!) Picks a rose to pieces as she stands. "Beryl, will you let me have an answer? Yes, or no, sweet! which is it?" asks ho; 3Tot a word replied his fair entrancer. But bums and scatters rose leaves busy B.I Somebody cxrlaims: "Oh. cruel Beryl; Do let me in or order me away! Somebody says: "Enter at your peril! Where you are I order 3-ou to stay!" Somebodv. outside the garden, turning. Is walking up and down the muddy lane; Somebody, among the roses blooming. Appears to And a pleasure in his pain; Somebody, in shadow in a doorway. Where trellised roses twine and inter...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 25 March 1886

fc rjfp -sF wtfy Jrf-rAt5v'3; $&&&FGffiSRiEfi2& 1 KtfZ&&&&lSSg Ht &.-- . W' fj l-g l-? W THOMAS . COUNfF CAT. OFFICIAL COUNTY PArER. ADDITIONAL LOGAL. Found at Last. The body of Samuel Stewardson "Wis found last Thursday afternoon oji section G, town 9. range 32, within ten feet of where he had previously been tracked. His body was covered with snow, one "foot alone being in sight. It was a draw in which the body was found, and the sun had not had a chance in-llie snow drift The bod was in good condition. The f imeral 'services were held on Saturday at the residence of Mr. John Stewardson. smd a large concourse of friends followed the remains to their last resting place. Samuel Sterrardsoji was lost in the 'Storm of Jauftary Gth, and his bodj' laid under the snow for two months -and thirteen days. Nearly every day searching parties were out: the whole south part of the county was searched -and researched, and there is not lialf -a dozen draws with...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 25 March 1886

rare; vrrr. -i--- -2 "- vji tn.oouiZrtOAas7appu iuiijui gkv lsiujigiiujcsLO'j 1 1 4 i&&aiSf!i&si s"w mv-eMS? n tnuTH:ui&ejaswinumiiis5aKpyj.i.arame --?; . . 1 SimSr- , ": r&Kfc-v v nt rfliniilMl for S3. Lav in vour 1 (ret it'hauled for 3. Lav m your suppw CJ ar fob St- I1 . It i ET l;s I 'Si' t fc- lfe- I. " V il, 3r w- K Sat" & v i T", ter 15' Z m Plows at Bean Bros'. Beautiful spring weather. 1 Harrows at Bean Bros'. Millet seed at I. H. Bullers. Eggs are 1.1 cents per dozen. Cultivators 'at Bean Bros'. Garden seeds at Bean "Bros". Jaidine & Heed, land agents. The Cat "office for job work. The cemetery is being survej-ed. Settlers are getting on their land. Seed Corn at J. "V. Allen & Sons'. Seed Millet at J. W. Allen & Sons'. Cow for sale, inquire of W. R. Smith. Hay for sale. Inquire of James Wollen. Moline Plows and Harrows at I. H. Bullers. All kinds of farm implements at Bean Bros'. Rattlesnake killers for sale bj- I. II. Bullers. Garden se...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 25 March 1886

p-J .f" f5f Siplglf ' ..JHJV - .?iW?yVV 5srsTi? --: 2j s- - n J" PTnTTnTATTO TT?ATiTTl them BEHGIOUS BEADING. A PRAYER FOR STRENGTH. I pray for strength, O God! To bear nil loads that on my shoulders press Of Ihy directing or Thy chastening rod, Lest from their jriowing- stress My spirit sinks In utter helplessness. 1 pray for strength to run In duty's narrowest paths, nor turn aside In broader ways that glow- in Pleasure's sun, Lest I grow satisfied Where Thou, troci me. Thy smiling face must hide. I pray for strength to wait, Submlssie, when lean not seeniy war: Or if my feet would haste, some close-barred gate IJids my hot 7eal delay. Or, to some by-path, turns their steps astray. I pray for strength to live To all Life's noble ends, prompt, just and true. Myself, my service, unto all to give, And giving, jet renew My store for bounty, ull life's journey through. I prar, O God, for strength. When, n Life's love and labors tmd surceaee. Cares, ciosses, burdens, to lay down atlciig...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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