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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 2 January 1886

fc5?SfcOT BMMaFrt' '',- 'Wlf0 r ;efWP!5555!P!W! , ,ssWTuOr - - v -., " "T-Viv:" 4&1?:ISftl "M"52w tf" . .w3te-'' . IFft - syr '- ' . - ' , " ?, "5S&. 'I ff-fK. f THE OLD PI ONEER STORE OF GEO. I. VERB ECK.I ? iltpi ) t4 " Christmas Goods! CMi Tea Sets, $10to$15. GENTS' SMOKING SETS, COLORED GLASS SETS, CHILDEN'S TEA SETS, AND- Silver Plated Knives and Forks TOR THE LITTLE ONES. .WESTERN KAS. WORLD. W. 8. TILTON, Editor. - Saturday, January 2, 1880. It is seldom that we pay heed to the ravings of a madman, such as the fel low seems to be -whom Mr. Burnett, while on his trip to Mississippi, has loft in charge of the Buffalo Park Pioneer. All we say now is that the poor puppy, in the several charges which he makes, without the sfnutov, of a provocation, against Tilton, does not approach a single truth. Een the citi zens of Buffalo Park, as a rule, will know this to be true. If, on Mr. Burnett's re turn, any disposition is shown by that pa per to uphold the specifications of thi...

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. — 2 January 1886

Era l tTr. '&?"'' 7A T& a , J&z !SSSSSj ,l V." Jlr Hi.i'kf.'.. T-?W. - 4L F&Z&ZS& . -z?s - ; 0- S -. VTJ - riyizf &gi It"! A WN !r JfiS;' V V?. h J ft K W. F. PAGETT, a GENERA MERCHANDISE OGALLAH, KAN. DEI GOODS, I CLOTHING, :Hats, Caps, Gloves,:- BOOTS AND SHOES. In fact, anything you want, or can get in a first-class store I have it. TINWARE, HARDWARE, SROCERIESS As fine a line as you will find anywhere. PBIOES LOWER THAN WiR ! Come and See Me ! Won't be Undersold! BYEANYBODY. If you don't believe it, I will prove it. ALSO ZEEV8 COAL! FLOUK ! MEAL ! AXD SALT.! Lots of things too numerous to mention. COME EARLY. RECEIVED AN 50 Ho TroublesShow Goods. Yours Respectfufy, ? W,F. PAGETT. . ir v&jysS, . sft&Ii&SHr Ci3J5kk . . & M- .JW3L EAsS,' fiS'Sfc 3ft MS&&-?h . -VZi .' W- .3- T 5. 7Uk it -TIT T -. 1W&I 1 V1 rf'ivw iirSfjw 37 5,1 aw TREGO COUNTY TRACINGS. Served up by the "World's" Rustling Reporters. COLLYER CAWINGS. V. P. RATLB...

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. — 2 January 1886

v. iir x& Si Vf EttX&t. -raw 7. j.-,10 Kit w-f "-- -ViyMlr"jj,BaHBMi vvC" -, f Tf .WWVj-'Sa.SSW'V -s-' -s. rw i4S5! jv- "- "2aaeaaw5g J ,t . XM S33P f .'??' s Z it,- " .3 T Njrj' - r THE SAX XJUPFIX CASE Tke Attorney General Enters a KollePros cqHl la tlie Case "RTicreln Earn iapplD, Fomer Treasurer of TLls State, la Charged "Wiih-Torjlng School Bonds. The following nre the reasons filed recently in the Shawnee county district cooit by the attorney general, for enter ing & nolle proEequiin the case against Sam Lappin for forging school bonds. To old residents of the state it would hardly "be necessary to publish those portions of the reasons which treat of the origin of the charge, but there are many new comers in the stato, to whom the matter will be new. It will be remembered that the house of representatives at its last session adopted a resolution asking the attorney general to enter a nolle if in his opinion it was not probable that Mr. Lappin could be convicted. Th...

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. — 2 January 1886

liai rxiwmi A1-- 1 I'. I .-vu s FJM k u u k 7I 1 u- b t u .l&k A . ' ' .-C! - '. " k- i ' ! "9v r? , COLTER CAWWGS. f Coiotks, Pec. 23. V V. ' 'Sasasi. St . l Numerous iown lots sold. " The town boom continues. A "poor crop" wail is heard. Beautiful moonlight evenings. , No Protestant service last Sabbath." Sunday's Tain started the mosses to grow. Sens have resumed their labors, and eggs' are more plenty, " The best display of holiday goods ever brought to Collyer is shown by our mer chants. It is impossible to become acquainted with all of the new settlers, they are getting too numerous. A number of strangers from a distance were in attendance upon the steriopticou exhibition Friday evening. Mass was held at the Catholic church last Sunday, but owing to the rain there was but a small congregation. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams, of the Smoky, were m town last week, and were among the audience Friday evening. J. H. Smith, of Kansas City, father-in-lawof T. K. Phillips, has entered ...

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. — 2 January 1886

W'-i Jj' "-i-ka-i ..TJ I f xJ8&r?s&Ffr?riz ur ; jitm? ;..y &&&(,i2&?i 'wg.? irvs a " jn. i , , l!?,fc?y. ; v (, - -"'- f? .''SLyta?' fe.SSWS &V ft PiSf-J" WSSSIlS!SfPI l -" s&v - r- wsraKF 5 araR'" iimmrmwKb? WArnkmrnfmirmmm, ' - . .r .rv? -"- -vsiiKj "- 1Ll'VJ.Tf, it r kt iac- jriif7ir -isv - .--, -s.w f "jtr--,-, jf" -lijv -t ..?-sip j.j -t--t'h a'fa .-.m ..t: a" -- -r?is. uw ti.t fwn, i)-- f--isi'isr.iu" . j- " e-.s- w- ?ifc. .-. vimMf. . --si' " . v 1 11 1 m mmfm w'SmL ri-ff. ?.T.3s., r r , .JW.rSf . v sB-ssBssssamm3mmfmmmtmmmtmKM sn,n n va,: -. lMiL "a aiff'S fcatVIw WlV f BTr' rtf? vf ' kf . lfF l& 11 I- Ifu, I - ;fJJ ? v FABX XOTJES. Show me a tidy farm and I'll show you . a&Wt fccessful farmer. Generally a successful man's greatest debt is to his difficulties. Every dime's worth of naint saves SI worth of -wood. Batter tabs should be thoroughly ' cleansed and then soaked in brine before packing down batter in them, which will materiall...

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. — 9 January 1886

BBKyt-ssp jBIBI Tit- i T flflfl T'ifl 4 laH aBBaaaawaaaaiii MajL H aaY" HeHtv BV MBailaaKV I aju fV HAijb vHffH l KaB .' SVaaiN- " ... f ?t: .. rr i JE,. ft. .?-. i tfnfe.-' -- vs ? "S Vl v . .. - ---j S 443Kgai . - t fh W.- -J 2 -i- Cl.5'sL ' -PS&4&. L?V '?? 3&l' " ' e r T ? ; -LA.:K Xj" STTIE ISCE !,IPT ions-. S2.00 STOCK lEP-A-IE ilMZZILTG- TIKIS ZB-A-SXS OS1 OTTIEa ICItTIDTJSTIE&IIElS- sire-Xj-s co?x, s ujiijUj-awt ,- -v I L .- fc, 1 w -s ' ' fi . ssr 'irjL- w ;o IX. li" w If fl Ik Lt i"'' 1 i" 85i '4 iH I '', '$ SEVEXTK YEAE. For President-Elect in 1888, Ooziera.1 Jolm. -A.. Xogo-xi, OP ILLINOIS. The Champion sars that the B. & M. n-ill build a round house at Norton. Oberlin is clearly entitled to the mime of the wickedest town in Northwest Kansas. At the muster of the G. A. R. officers at La Crosse Libfc Saturday, a big bean bake was on the program. Friend Fuller, ot the Ellis Headlight, we presume, will bo less pro fuse with his prpKe5? of that "Sermon on ...

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. — 9 January 1886

FKXIGHT KATES. e. , r l 'rv - ' 1 -, JBallraaal CemmiMlenera Reader an em J Be vonpiunt oi fevexai 'TMnuUfi to Sallae Canary, In, "Which "Xhey Allege that the Usdeu Pacific Bete Wheat XMupetsttB Is too High- A et that OoHptD' Bates Or- The board of railroad commissioners 'handed down the following decision Complaint, by the townships of Day 'ton, Cambria, Walnut and Smoky View, in Saline county, Kansas, against the -Union Pacific railway company. DECISION OF THE BDARD. "The complaints from the above named "townships were presented together, and M like complaint from Wilson towntbip, ia. Ellsworth county, was submitted at 'the same time. These complaints are of 'Considerable importance and have occu pied the careful and earnest attention of the board. They allege that the freight rates os wheat and corn over the re pondent's railroad are unreasonable and hoold be reduced. '.The complainants were represented by Hon. A. P.CoIUdb, who presented to the feourd an elaborate argument in wri...

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. — 9 January 1886

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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. — 9 January 1886

tL rjfjat"- ,fh3. ? o liV . - M irt Ift ' ti K4 u .j i tr- V4v' V- r tlS.s, o j r-- l-TSf J! ' V Vff -5, -j "STft KXl -H' ?THE is. &J&H?V " " it STMAS Goods! Cki&a Tea Sets, $li)to$15. GENTS SMOKING SETS, COLORED GLASS SETS, . CHILDEN'S TEA SETS! AXD- Silver Plated Knives and Forks -FOP THE LITTLE ONES. WESTERN KAS. WOELD. W. 8. TILTON, ---'..- Editor. Saturday, January 9, 1886. Kenneth is to have a $550 well. The Dighton Town company has been regularly organized, the Gazette Sherman county's newest paper, as far as we have heard, is the Voltaire Adviser. 0. U. Hickle, at Oberlin, a few days ago, sought to end a long spree by .the morphine route. -An emetic saved L Clarence "Eisenman, while con- JmaA in the jail at Oberlin a few days I ff ijffoTbB the charge of forger, committed anicide by tnkinsr morphine. On December 3 I .Air. H. H. Pow ell, of Norton county, blew off a side of his head with a shot gon. Despondency led to the act. Mr. Powell was an es teemed citizen an...

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. — 9 January 1886

?f"qwf"PflMgps 5fTpir frapspWm iili III! ill 'Ill I1H" ! Hill "II WWHUM ?. . - . . -.4 Tit ? 5Kr -jct.;i J'-.- -f!v-ii! f D-S " -tft VVwJ:TSfr--.i2t.--' V' ritI''J,.1WTt)i.'JJli .' ir i t5. ? .pfi kr.T.J,rtVfy'&S, V J-JW.J,16vCJ' a SJZkr j -V." ), , ,- -StAT-, S " KW-&HW-L -"T, gBg-jBaSOgS JWMB1MB frWyiKIBaBnaSgslaaSsi r r. r a-, w. Tyra.. . vr fipswt mpw,t ttff f?!:. ! -, -! t: " r t i. i . -- j- ,ii - - r . r wi-"! . "i i.s n .". ; v jr.'v-??1 ir3rjaT : y- T.f - . -r -r -, - viv- l -j- . . - maw i ""- ". j- - - . w. -j- r-.re - jtKt i r t Tt, f t- l z v -v www .wr"?. j3-?:fs:'iJ.'u- jitir -. - "mw ""wr- - y .r .-. s:'-- r' .. . -,-".?'w m: EFX 5. r k. iv m v I !p i r m K- pa: NT if ri. ,f t A W. F. PAGETT, feaJ MERCHANDISE OGALLAH, KAN. DRY GOODS, Gents' FamisMug Goods, CLOTHING, :Hats. Caps, Gloves,:- BOOTS AND SHOES. In fact, anything you want;or can get in a first-class store I have it. TINWARE, HARDWARE, GROCERIES As fine a line as you will find anywhere. PRICES LOWER ...

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. — 9 January 1886

3SSS3SS35SIS&&3Ei i "? "3r V s. i V. i -"TiF j-& "W ' , fn OfX ? -S vJ Sfiffi2?Ar-S:'1t'Ti A Gg&F$&l '&& : TS C "J - . ' ? v&S&SCiF? CMw i ,w"! wi?ffiSM-jaaK&ec'-?, t? (j 'Ir&v - A" ' 'i-CTEfW? ' " ?". . i v ' -r . ? r i wls sr . u l? 4 --"". nil In qp If J E ' it s I c U u ft 'utV & ' l,r, .',:. " r i r? ' VV. 'f I - Vt tSfer; L !"JS, ' - rfr Hj8 v- fcfc J 3TC m5 OB GAME8T THOU? t ilfceJoUowlBKlincBare dedicated to the Fhi- ; opbtr of Paint Crtek, author oi "Ihe Bbymes v wpuit'-j BY UKUS 8. WEBB. "Whence earnest thon, 0 mortal, Creation's noblest mould? Abo whither art thou goine man, When thou learnt the earth so old? ' Alas! thou dost not know The alpha and omega of thy being. Thou are not Infinite, nor gifted With the power of all-seeing. - If thou didst know toy origin, And thy destiny didst know, And the First Great Cause of all, Btill further vrouldit thou go And seek to know the cause of causes Numerous as the stars of night, T...

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. — 9 January 1886

mmmm9SSSsaBSBSSsmm x " LP.-: 'sff rv l T S ' It Jlsa i ;? l STATE DEPARTMENTS. EXECUTIVE AND OTHER BUSINESS DOXE FOR A TEAK. Castor Beans... The State Treasury School Lend Sales In surance Metier, Ei. The Executive Department. The work of the executive department niEy be briefly summarized, as follows: The correspondence of this department for the eleven months and a fraction has been more than three times greater than that of the preceding administration. The correspondence for the two preced ing years filled a little less than nine letter press books, of 5P0 pages each. That of the present administration, for lesa than one-half the same period, fill's a little more than thirteen books of 500 pages each, or more than three times the correspondence of the previous adminis tration. Thtre have been 5,471 letters written since January 12, 1885, up to and including December 31st, which cover 6,245 pages of impression books. These letters will average over half apageof type writer in lon...

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. — 9 January 1886

Wm- - w& ' ?? .iur 7!pkk: THe?9???? JMil ' ' --'; - :Wr f VK' JVfcKTSr".,. ','.;'- r ... 6 . f v fv- i if 1 c 1 J? . w n i r:: u V ' If- Lk,'. "4 $civ, i.'afr tk5 - r V '-Br"-"" . 31 ' 5 j Q. V Zjz? ' A f a"m -.t So ! ? 5 JEPS? ifiS & 1 1 ft C Jsftfess TH2 1187, 12.1. TTi the lost C J" of raimmer IeftXlngcriuK alone; Its bussing compncions Defunct or elj flown. Ifa wings, they move tiowly, Its vigor is spod; An.l adly it riglM for Last sammer's bild head. E66S TSAT HEVSR HATCH. ' Chore's a young man on the comer Riled with life and l-trcagtli mid hope;' IiOoking far b?nn J the pretest, , .. With the whole world in hU scope. Be Is gracing ot to-morrow, That phantom none can catch; To-lay is lo.t. lie's -waiting For the eggs that never latch. There's an old man o er yondor, TVith a worn and -weary face, With ecrchlng, nnrioua feituro, , And weak, uncertain pace. He is living in the future, With no delre to catch The golden Kow. He's waiting For the eggs that never hatch. "Ther...

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. — 16 January 1886

5&, -:;;- fTfll Iw T ! 1 frarfc n Mi f 1 illiTllfc -a '-ibT f Wf JiWfMf Wag iSW.-r- -' ?A , .V A" H W -STl -"- "J DS'OKr'm. irrtn H H K. K. m H 1H i "b. m H - "f sssssssssssssssB H H H B K mmissr dk lB. lfrLJHML. ' H V ' ' K ' lkK ABhH- KSE: 4MJ" . -K.-rA6 'V . BV - "1 wr - ': .. .w n. m. ' h h .. . a-. bh -cc uf h n i . Bti,"ffappuT:vrKV AT'BLm rm m a i kh jf 's c h .hket " r" Sj!- " ' ' ' . . . ,,' ', '. '. , '. f .-1 J ' 1 ? Rf -STDE-AJSITZ- STJSSCBIPTIOIT. S2.CO. STOCSI .S-XITnTO- 'Z'IEJ SASIS O OTJ.E& IivTX)"US'a?S,XS3 . SIETGt-IiS dOlT? 5C2ISraMf9 T , , : : '&& & lie&-' rf WiiT ite jx V rZCici - : ' r '"""" " ' ' " '" - " "' ' '" ' , - . -.iwfsr-7-i SETENTK YEAB " For Pridcnt-Elect in 1888, Cl-eriera.1 Jolin. -Ar. Logan, OP ILLINOIS. Ness City has spelling schools. , TiiEY.are said to be organizing a brass band at Mulbrbolc. Sxow baxks higher and harder than ever known before. Ntss City Times. Same up here. The "Hidden Hand" play is to be rendered at Mi...

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. — 16 January 1886

EV ift II ?.,'! 'gil K 5 '&&&''& j's 4t - ,i- STATE THEWS ITEMS. Tt . . ffesCXJL Talbot, the printer who attempted '0 aHMMKLIaU) -. J, uicuij ui uiv -tiiiiiio- Memenger, escaped from bis guard that apiece the other day, and is at 4 Jarce. He was bound over to the district MKt and had been given nearly a week bail, tailing in wrucn ne sp- the country. It is said that he was r - intimate terms with a uisrepuraDie fj jag in that city, and it is believed they -. 3 1 3batped Jbim to' escape. Special deputies flbouring the country, and telegrams -:&; being sent in nearly every direction. i' -"irtmr ftli-lr Tins fciten chnrcro of the ji"3hpMk pension office, and apppointed j3fe James H. Howe as chief clerk of the ff;J.fe,dfae. On recommendation of the G. A. tSMlkM Baldwin City, CoL L. F. Green, of Ig'llBtaty; was appointed to a clerkship. filyMkfSjLj?. Shreve, of Topeka, on recom , - MwUioii of Gen. Eice post G. A. B., & , OIBMl JUW Tf . XJdUUUJ) V. a. UUIU) V i v f...

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. — 16 January 1886

'SKt "1.- .- I'"' "? X.1-: -3 '.. ' .iA.'is7i.jS1 -2r. mSA.. 3UEL" fK r.?'Sref 53 v ,?r;5 j,rM$M,mm?w?M&mm"im:iJaw'imriteL-, mm.- k .,k mL v, w m JLW K 4 aMmw 2S ami ?k5 B Hi fc. BH IBH iia3?&,mnem ? HPfr , nr If 1 HB &."iTBB& m Warn IIBIl MBBT r - BUS. s. 'M v(TpnHHHHi V " M I IV ypigafJgBJXfcia " aw at .a.--. -' jfirB jR .SS JAf - r " &. ia-";t i t 5. -ii . V w " V i tSL. w 3k ti-M'e-'l? . '-3 " " :j?. yijs t- T ".Jf. 1 S-.F'Ti!! 1 'I' tgg: 7 . it.. HxislrOopgr6,OWttU Yearly Subscription, $2.00. STOCK !FlAJR,MINGr THE BASTS OF OTJR, INDUSTRIES. OTMBEftifjf SEVENTH YEAE. WA-KEENEY, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1886. feasx 3jg . 4Vi I? P. VM If V: m $ . Is tev ij us in is rm Wm WA-KEENEY MEAT MARKET, WHOLESALE A.TXFD HET-AJL. W. S. HARRISON, Proprietor. Bologna Sausage & Pressed Corn Beef a Specialty. Th Trad Supplied. Best Prices Paid for Cattle and Hogs KELLEY & AGENT.S Buekeye Reaper and Mower, Keystone Corn Planters, Horse Bakes, Weir & Peered Pl...

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. — 16 January 1886

'P J jj , M'LV'Lf ' lil1"11' PI "'I'ii'mii 'h lilliMll r j rttL iaaLA-sM-.A z '-. - . tri 4fx:j&. r . ?- -j-i. t-,r d vrv. . - ir- f -w -- v.1, ?i,rrs t- "ist :' -. .r ' -!TeJ.,i.3-vn. s& -r.E.??i-Jizia; tfuf - .-e ,'t --. "?& x. .... -. t ' - "jar 'rJMhP. jf -ts 'ft i wiji m 147 rT M &lc , "' OS? "' ", .'". &ssra& NLfr--i- R &t .r I? V &4- Lmi'. ,'rfipMs m - " Wr. V ?r'J:i ' mV Wf 1 " H-rfiaes PwaZHfcori '. ilX- W ir ri .. , ilTlBSaiOBfcMA "-j r fc -V. i It ISL 5? fspMHE OLD; Pi ONEER . fSTOKE vtay. mflFg3ffflEB$&S&Bm ,ti& ?i?W w " -t - ii jg .A.WfiKlP'i Hp ' CHRISTMAS Goods! m Tea Sets, $loto$lB. 'v IV l V;GENTS' SMOKING SETS, inCOLORED GLASSSETS, CHILDEN'S TEA SETS, Akd gjver Plated Knives and Forks POP. TITE- 11, TT nwtQ Cj a . . . v-j" U' "l- I w KAS. WORLD, UTICIAL PIPER OF TREGO CQUHTX HAftfV, Editor. Saturday, January 16, 1886. Next Tuesday, the Kansas legis lature is to meet in special session. In the evening, the State Historical...

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. — 16 January 1886

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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. — 16 January 1886

S&'irKlF lt& m R,- .z 1 ?KP$ rT?Kw &S' , T 2 ir S ICS ti V ,& vrt :,? js if T2., P-, Vt . -tas r ft.i.v. v B;s I , V " n- .. ' ) i ls (K- "Pi ."7 i ' -. m " , j 6H: S'c fiiSSs&5h!&l ssjfeft TVT - ;.!..... fu msai iiimf tiwnr -.fc'-J -sHr" w -. tTr J3 , A rVP -i' -a.' .ku thA aaaai rt&- TCBT. . W8 Ssl' flwor off from whiskey, wine and beer, f'i? fi mid skating rinks and Bach. ,"f.i t'Kcf-i. " , .- 'T' ft r -5 shSfiSXifet-Tfiar tZi1cM1w rm hin tsmtl it lies: K."Ttt5-A"5,at.ft.' vjj B" . . -, 2Ga solemn tow he often breaks. Before the morrow's sun can rise. -Tis well to look upon he past. Though now its gates be shut ana barred, And, that our life and joy may last, lis well the future's ways -to guard. 'But careless oaths and Tain resolves That foolishly deface the day Are nothing while the world revolves Butmilestones.onthe downward way. If you would do a heedful deed. At which the doubters cannot scoff, Bef onn your practice with your creed, And just swear...

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. — 16 January 1886

ilff TOTTTH RENEWED. "J&t- "J wish I -were a bor again!" 1 8n mStrliart n mnn nVriluurad: And fete was at his elbow then jlTmS v And granted wnat ne asicou. .,, i Knlnrxvl nz-ain tn hnvhnnd's fiizc. He found himself once more The aspirant for many a prue That he had lost before. Sis schoolmates all around him pressed, And work and play went on, aad Mill lie felt hia youthful zest For toil or sport was gone. The leseons that were easy once; ,ESpitelt himself the very dunce, vr "'1tiAt he had called his son! The blunders that he made of old TTn nnw nxmflit nt will? The others, graver deadlier, hold Their ties about him still. The lads around look on and quiz This Solon gone to school They think that all his caution ib The wisdom of a fool! Things are not always what they seem: And when the man awoke Rom what was but a fevered dream . In altered tones he spoke: "JLife's rule is easy understood We may not live again; But boyhood's days for boys are good, And manhood's days for men!"...

Publication Title: Western Kansas World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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