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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 22 November 1883

. V J 1 JLJL"-lJ'Jl:V1 M 1 -V. 1 1 i 14 j r . ; i , VOLUME VI. PBILLIPSB UR G, KANSAS, THusDA.Y, ,YO VEMBER 22, I8S3. NUMBER 2. . . r ! : : ' Piiillipsfjiirg Herald. Pf BUSHED ETERY THURSDAY, BY WILL.IAM BISSELL. Secret Societies. 1. O. O. F. PbillijieWgLoage Xe. 165, loeets every Wed nesday. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. W. W. Andkrsok, N G. V. T. M. Dutcher, Rec. Secretary. A. F. and A. M. Phillip6bur? Lodpa No. 184, meets every ?at enlay on or before the full moon. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. J G (jephart, Sec- P T M Uctchkr, M. K. of P. Cresent Lorfsre No 42, meets every Monday evening. VisitinK brethren cordially invited to atteud. D. vid Manker C.C. J Jackson, K of Rand S. G. A. R. PbiilipHburg Post No 7, meets Saturday after tbe full moon, Visiting Comrades always wel come. Frank, strain, P v,. J V Lowe, Adj, Church Directory. M. E. Church Rev. W.R. Allen, every nl ternat Sabbath at 11 o'clock a m. and 7 o'clock i. m commencing May 6. lfU3....

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 22 November 1883

AX LUTOKTAXT SCOOP. On of the Mont Expert Gangs of Counf er liten in the Country Captured by New V.rk Infectives, Including William K. BriM'kwHy, Over "Whose Head a Suspend. m! ThrTiy Veam' Sentence Hangs A. Fin Piece f Detective Work. New York, Nov. 11. Wm. "E. Brockway, James Doyle and ' Charles II. &mith, professional forgers and counterleiter-j, were arrested in Brooklyn on October 22, 1 830, for forging $1,000 six per cent, coupon bonds of the United States. Doyle was sent to prison for twelve years. Smith turned State's evi dence and Brockway was sentenced to thirty years' imprisonment. Sentence was suspended on his undertaking to surrender all the plates for forging United States Lends which he had in his possession or the fcvhercabouts of which he knew, and other 'tountirfeiting apparatus, and to give what information he could in regard to the pro fe; sion of forgery. He was told that if he was ever rearrested in the fJnited States for practicing forgery, the thirty year...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 22 November 1883

. Decs Fannin s Tay! It 13 just as reasonable to ask if any other occupation pays, as to ask, Does farming pay? Some persons make farming pay, and others do not. Some persons make fortunes in trade, while others lose all they -have. Some men succeed in the practice of law or medi cine, while others fail. Isot more than one-third of the lawyers and doctors ob tain more than a livelihood from the practice of their profession. Not more than one in ten of the merchants become wealthy in trade. Yet nine-tenths of the farmers make their business pay them something more than enough to pay their expenses, and save a little to add to their capital. The profits in farming are pot large, but they are sure, and attended with very little risk. Looking at farming as a whole, and judging from the condition of the whole class of farmers, we should say that farming pays the best of any occupation. It pays the best because it secures a competence to a larger proportion of those engaged in it than any...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 22 November 1883

psliarg Herald. i tin WILLIAM fclSSELL. Editor NOVEMBER 22, 1883. : Trs: The Rbbclak E ditio of the llr. Alto aoBtarc?itbt'jagwitufdi oluramln ti fg ; l)erip)in pt'ium $1.00 per annum in advance. Tb boiL it EtttTiex consist ot tour agea aftbe rularditiii an4 contains all the Eaitvtlal anl Local "flews. Arrival And Departure of Malte. Mail eat and west via. C. B. Mo. Pacific IV. R., arrived, 5 a. m. ; leaves p. m., daily. Alma and Phlllipsbtirj? Arrives C t. in., Mondays, Wednesday and Fri days; leave 3 n in., Tuesdays, Thursday and Saturday . Long Inland and Phillipburg Ar rives 1 ni. ami leaves 1. p. in., on Tuesday, Thursdays and Saturadars. Nance and PhilUpaburtf Arrives 4 p. in. , Tuesdays and Friday ; leaves 8 a.m., Wednesday and Suturdayn. Wanervllle nhd Philllpnburg Ar rives:: p. in. nd leaves 3 p. .in. on Tuesday Saturdays. Pout-Office Hours Opens 7:30a. in. eloaes 9;00 p. in. Sundays opens 9 a, m. and 8 p. m., closes 10 a. in. and Tp:m. Money order busines closes .ttJ p.'.t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 22 November 1883

Piiiilipsliurg ileraltl. NOVEMBER 22 OFFICIAL DIRECTORY BTATE OF ICA-IsTSS. Governor G. W. Glick. .Iicut. Governor.- T). W. Finney. t3oretary of State Jjunes Smith. Auditor E. P. MeCtibe. Treasurer Sum. T. Howe. fiupt. Pub. Instruction H. C. Speer. Attorney General W. A. Johnston. Public Printer...!. Dwlpht Thatcher. f J. J. Ingalis. U.S. Senators... i plumb. District. Judge W. II. Pratt- fitate Senator. Geo. H. Case. TMprescntative -W. H. McRride j;'k Dist. Court G. A. Snaulding. County Clerk. , J. W. Lowe. Iteg'r "of Deeds- Kitner Smith. Treasurer..... D. L. Smith. Sheriff. Tohn Woods. Bupt.Puh. Instruction...C. A. Lewis. Probate Judge H. C. Rpaulding. OouMtv Surveyor J. P. Barnard. county Attorney e. vv. jsiuxiinn-. Coroner (1st Dht H. Moulton. 2d Dist :.J. H. Close. 3d Distt...L. P. Johnson. tSupt. PoorFann I. E. Dixon. District Court sits the fourth Mon day i March and fourth Monday in September in regular session. Commissioners Court sits the first Mtiday in January, the secon...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 22 November 1883

THILLIPSBURG HERALD. PUBLISHED BY Herald Publishing Association. PIIILLIPSBURG, KANSAS. NEWS AND NOTES. A Summary of Important Events. Admiral J. 13. Creighton, U. S. N., 3ied on the 13th at Morristown, N. Y. There is a rumor current that Bob Ford, the slayer of Jesse James, has mys teriously disappeared. General Sherman was warmly wel comed home the evening of the 12th by a large company of old comrades at St. OLouis, Mo. ' Secretary Folger has ordered an Investigation of charges, that Chinese im migrants are unlawfully evading tha im migration act. IIenry Chaplin, member of Parlia ment for Lincolnshire, will continue to urge restriction in the importation of American cattle. TnE Governor of Manchuria has been ordered from Pekin to have 6,000 Mogul irregulars ready to embark ,for Tonquin at a moment's notice. The company of visitors from Chi huahua arrived in St. Louis, Mo., on the 14th and were handsomely entertained ac cording to programme. Dr. Stocker, Chaplain to the Ger man Co...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 22 November 1883

PHILLIPSBURG HERALD. PCIJLISIIED BY Herald Publishing Association. THILLIPSBURG. KANSAS. . guandmo tuet: S ING. THANKS GIV- Of all the dear old memories Around my heart that cluster, .And keep undknmed through length of days Their radiant childish lustre, Thankajrlvinir Day to me still brings The sw eetest of remembered things. A lonely, childish life I lived. Of narrowest comprehension; . And if I laughed, or if I grieved. It was not worth the mention: ' I kept the letter of the word That children 6hould bo seen, not heard! But once in every year there came An unrestricted pleasure; '. From year to year it was the same Pure joy without a measure: For old and younfr, and grave and gay, " We went to dine with Grandsir' Gray. Tis sixty years and more, ah me !. Since Grandsir' went to glory, Eut still his kindly face I eee, Set in its gray beard hoary. And still the cheery voice I hear ' That welcomed me just once a year. "I want ye to enjoy yourselves" His kind, old-fashioned greeting...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 22 November 1883

DOMESTIC MONOPOLISTS. "Tha Men Who Are a? Bad as Jay Could In Their Sirall Way. Speaking of monopolies, Bob Bur dette says : The tramp who airs his rags it jour kitchen door while his breakfast is preparing ia a mo nopolist. He knows that you hate him. And don't want to feed him. But he knows that you are afraid if you don't feed him he will set fire to the stable some night, So he makes you give him a breakfast for nothing. This is in the summer In the winter, when he comes ahirering aloDg the highway on his way back to town, half starved, three quar ters frozen, his spirit and insolence chilled out of him, if hehalt3at the gate you set the dog on him and fire rocks at him. You are the monopolist. The honest farmer who holds back hii whet until he can squeeze 1.40 per bushel out of you for it, not because it is better wheat than you got for 90 cents, but because wheat is so scarce, is as mean a monopolist as there is in the lot. Jay Gould couldn't give him any points. The man who c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 29 November 1883

r f f: 'IT iTTT TT TT 7FTFtor?1 TTn TT.'. i- , II ri 1 1 u i !i Ml ' ' I! H F KAK TO -TH W 3VI TSX A'i jTH JiY O O P'O KW AKD. VOLUME VI. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, TLCr'jlSDA Y, JVO Y EMBER 29, ISSS. XUMBEUS. i, I : V I- Pliillipsburg Herald. Pl'BLlSEED EVER! IBURSDiY, BY .... fl BISHKLL. official'di rectory Wnov:::.;.:...:.;:;.:.:.:..G.w. click. Lieut, tf nvernor D. W. Finney . ,.ci-,..i'Vv of Btate.. Jamerf Smith. Auii.t' -.i-:.:.:. ;...:.:.:;.".E.;iv McCain. A- ltaHurt,r...t"...Vw..J.... Sain; T. Howt1. Hupt. Pub. Instruction. ..-H. C. Spet. AttornevGeneral.....W. A. Johnston. Public Printer...!'. Dwigiit Thati-her. U. S. Senators 1 p piuinr. PHLLLIPS COUITTY. District Judge..,. W. H. Pratt Rate Senator ...Geo. H. Case. v..PrcMiitative W. H. MeBnde Lvk Diat: Court......G. A. Spaulding. County Clerk ..........J. W. Lowe. Rejr'r of Deeds Illtnec Smith. TreaHurer I. L. Smith. Shr riff. Tohn Woods. Hunt. Pub. Instruction. ..C. A. Lewis. Probate Judge...'......H. C. Kpauldhig. County Surv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 29 November 1883

Fllplmrg imi VVILtlAM ElSSELU s : NOVEMBER 29 Editor Terms: The Rkovlak E ninox of the Mr at. contains eicbt jwtire with six olumvi to tha ff, aubscriptioa riae $1.50 per annuu in 4rue. Th Dollae EntTioa consist ol four ses of tb regular edition an. contains U tfea ttiitimt and Local Kew. Arrival and Departure? of Malls, Mail east and west va. C. 15. Mo. Pacjie B. R., arrives, 4 a in. leaves 7.S0JJ m, daily. ,Alroa and Pbiilip1iirp; ArHves 12 in, Uondayn, We ties lays an 1 Fri days; leave lpm. Long Island and PhlllJraburg Ar, rivet 12 m. and leave.- 1 'p. iu., oh TueaUays, Thursdays and BaturdatH. Nanee and Philllpaburtf Arrive 4 p. m.J Tuesdays and Fridays : leave 0 a. in, Wednesdays and fwiturdayt. Wagneraville and Pliilliiwburg Ar rives 2 ). m. and " leave 3 1 . Tuesdays Saturdays. Pnt-Oftice Hour Opens 8 a in, closes at 8 p n, fcSuudayt open 9 a in, and closes 7 p ni, closes 10 a in and 7.30 pin.: Money order business closes at 6 p m, " Itfo jumiey ordef or register letter bysin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 29 November 1883

0 i. 1 1; j T i!i PiiiiHnsburn; lloralfl. NOVEMBKR 20. Secret Societies. -i. o. o. f : rhilhpobur Lod:e No. 1K. meets Try We-I-ne4ar . Visiting brethren einii!ly-. inTile l to attend. W. w". AxuKusax, N. G. : ' Y. X, M. 2)achart Re. sec'y. A. F. and A. Mi PfcUHptfbur? Lodge number 14. ieet every 5atarday o ur btiuri 'h fill moo. isiting brethren qonliUr incited t attend. J. U- Uepbrt, spjVr F.1 T.. H. Dltchki, W M. . ' K. of P. Crerent Lxlr nwber 42. meeti eyefy Mon day ereninir. Viwtins brethren eoriWly invit ed to attend. . UiVtU MiUKB C.C J. Jackaon.K of B ant b. G. A- R. rhillii'burar Poft number 7 met Saturday after full tuoou, Yuiting comrade always welcome. ' Fu-tMt -tkaiv. P C. ,1. W. Lowe, Adj, . . Church Directory. M B.ChoTch Hev, V. R- Allea, every alter nate Sabbath at 11 o'clock A. M aad 7X o'clock P. U. ciniDuciDif May eta aooj. PrwbyterUi. Rv. Then Brncktn every aecond aa "fourth w What h at 11 o'clock A. M. Alter nate at P- n. AUate at X p. m. j1" SMath School Kvery ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 29 November 1883

. Jfosr tbit the ct&ts elections txa trll $ut oj ts way tha i jcountry turns; ita yea towtrd Wasbiston, Trhlci for the jiext h&Jf jex, will be the center of po litical 4WtlTjtJ. It Is cow les thu two veeks to tbe ojxenlng of congress, and (the figjjt for speakership already en grosses attention. Tfts whole couc&y is concerned la the result, and ths pro resa la the trggle will "ha followed rth &sn$ral interest, ' ?Le issue is between Sanuei J. Run jJalV of JLnnsylraQia, and John Car lisle, of Kentucky. "Sunset'' Cox, to Le sure, is aciusic: himself again with ihe old delusion that he is a. serious jeantfidjMe, but nobody ehe in the conn try is talen i. Co'a periodical run ning for the speakership Is only his own answer to the question iX his bock, "Why we laugh?" Mr, Randall has held ths place, and gi ven . the country , an ' opportunity .. to judge cf his fitness. He was first chos jen speaker upon Mr. Kurr'a death, mid .way in the forty-fourth congress, and was ro-e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 6 December 1883

MRTR AT jR. . 1l in! ri n v l! y i i Y ; SPEAK TO THKM THAT THEY GO XTORWVKD. . .JT ; VOLUME VI. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, TIIURSDA Y, DECEMBER 6, 1883. f'jL NUMBER j n I ; r i j Y. i. . i r i V f ) ! i t 1 . . 1 V Phillipsburg Herald. PEBL1SHEB ETEET THURSDAY. BY WILLIAM 33ISBKJL.L. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY STATE OIF1 KAUSAS. Governor - G. W. Glick. Lieut. Governor D. W. Finney. Secretary of State James Smith. Auditor E. P. McCabe. Treasurer Sam. T. Howe,- Bupt. Pub. Instruction H. C. Speen Attorney General W. A. Johnston. Public Printer...T. D wight Thatcher. VT"a o J. J.. Ingalls. U.S. Senators... jp b.- Plumb. IPHLXiXiTS COTJTT IT. District Judpe '...W. H. Pratt Ktate Senator. Geo. H. Case. Vopresentative W. H. McBride Li k Dint. Court G. A. Spaulding. County Clerk J. W. Lowe. Reg'r of Deeds. Ritner Smith. Treasurer D- L. Smith. Sheriff'. John Woods. Sunt. Pub. Instruction. ..C. A. Lewis. Probate Judge II. C. Spaulding. County Surveyor J. P. Rarnard. County Attorney S. V. MeKIroy. Coroner...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 6 December 1883

. v- ipaw Starting a Hog Ranch. Cattle and sheep ranches have become common in all the Western States and Territories. Recently several horse ranches have been started. We also hear of a goat ranch in Colorado and a goose ranch in Texas. Some enterpris ing citizens of St. Louis have concluded to start a hog ranch. They have secured a large tract of broken and partially wooded land on the bank ot the Missis- j ippi Kiver, about thirty-five miles south of the city, where they propose to carry on their operations. Much of the land Is broken, but a considerable portion ef it is adapted to tillage purposes. The tract contains a large number of oak and other nut-bearing trees. It is ex pected to derive considerable profit from the mast the trees will afford. The land is well supplied, with springs and -streams of pure water. It is not the in tension of the managers of the enter prise to raise any cultivated crops for feed. The ground will be kept in grass and clover. They will rely on cor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 6 December 1883

PERSONAL 'AXDEIPEIISONAIj.' Senator Sharon, it is said, pays one per cent, of all the taxes collected in San xrancisco. Sam Ho, the son of a wealthy China man of San Francisco, has disowned the boy who, as student of the Chicago university, has become a Christain. Chicago Notes. A remarkable instance occurs in the death of Mrs. Elizabeth Week3 of Portland, Me. Her birth, marriage and. death occurred alike on the 21st day of the month. Boston Post. General Washington and General Sherman, by a curious historical coinci dence, issued their farewell orders to the army on the same dav a century jipart November 1, .1783-183. Mitchell Putnam, one hundred and three j'ears of age, traveled alone from Texas to South Carolina to 'see his former home. He was a soldier in the war of 1812 and in the Texan struggle. Warren County, Georgia, boasts of a resident who participated in seventeen battles for the lost cause, was wounded several times, has been struck by light ning three times, lay insensi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 6 December 1883

Fliiliinsta Herald.- WILLI AM tlSSELU Editor 'DEOEMliEIt 0 Trn: The Rxoiuk t oitiov t ihe 14 k a j l.D roDta'tos eijflit imjrf ''with ri c-Iumivs to the gse ; iJubct-rivHiori trice $l.-r0 icr annum in clvttuce. TU. Doi.i.a h EiUTio consi-t ol fur ajcs of the reeulnr edition nnA contains) nil the Editorial itaJ Local Vew.. Arrival and Departure of Mails, Mai! east and west via. C. B. Mo. Pacific U. 11.; arrives, -i a. m. leaves . o i in, daily. Alma and l'hiHipsburr Arrives 12 in, Mondays, Wednesdays ami Fri ilays; leav.s 1 p n.- Long Island and Phillipsburg Ar rive 1:1 in. and leaves. 1 p. in,, on T'ue.suay. Thursdays ,:u.d Saturdays. Nance and Phi Hips! air;,; Arrives" 4 p. hi., Tuesdays and i-riday.s ; leaves IS a. in., Wednesdays .mid .Sat u it lays. WagneraviLlc uud PhiMipsbur Ar rives p. in. and leaves 6 p. in. on Tuesdays haturdays. Jn.t-01Iice Honrs Opens 8 a m ( !tses at 8 p m. .Sundays opens 9 a in, .and closes 7 p .in, closes 10 a m and 7.30 p ni. Money order business clos...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 6 December 1883

PiiillipslMg Herald. DECEMBER 6. Secro t Societies. I. O. O. F. Phllhpsbnrit Lodie No. 105. meets every Wel UeKT. VUitinff brethren eordUHy invtle 1 tu ttui. W. W. Adkbso, Si. it. F. T.M.Dutcher, Rec. Hec'y, A. F. and A. M. PhilHpdburs Lodge uuaiUr lf4. tnet every Fnturday oh or before f he in II uion. visiting brethren ourdiutly in vited to attend. J. G- tiepbart, aofy. t. T. i. Dt'Tcar.B, V7 M. K.ofP. Credent Lodtre number 42. meeta every Mon day evening. Visiting brethren cirdi-l:y iiivit ed to itteud. Vaviu .Maskkk CO. J. Jekun, K of R an 3- G. A- R. rKUlirrfhurir Pott number 7 meets Saturday itfter lull moon, Viditinx comrade ulwiiya i'ltA.MC jtuao. PC. J. W. Lowe, Adj, Church Directory. 1 JI E. Church Hev, 11- Allou, every alter- n tfabbuth nt 11 o'clock A. 1 and "tii o'clock y. M. commencing Way Cth Prebyterla Rev. Theo Bracken every second and fourth sakbatb at 11 o'clock A. M. - Alter nate at 8 p. m. Aliernate at t p.m. Union Sabbath School Every Sabbath at 10 clolc a. ux. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 6 December 1883

PHILLIPSBURG HERALD. PUBLISHED BT Herald Publishing Association. PHILLIPSBURG. KANSAS. TOPICS OF THE DAT. News from .Everywhere. r El Makdi, the False Prophet, is re ported already in Khartoum. The departure of the Marquis -Tseng Trom Paris is thought to be but the matter of a few days time. Thirty-five Black Sea steamers laden fwith wheat were, reported on the 2Gth ice lound on the river Don. Electric light wires are being placed underground on one of the principal ave nues in Philadelphia, Pa. The Life-Saving Service rendered as sistance in three hundred cases of disaster during the last fiscal year. Secretary Frelinghuysen has sent instructions to the Asiatic squadron with a rriew to protect American interests in event of war. The San Francisco Grand Jury have indicted Miss Hill and her attorney for perjury and conspiracy in connection with the Sharon suit. Minister Wallace has made fresh complaint to the Porte because of delay in bringing to justice the assailants of Ameri can m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 6 December 1883

I'HILLIPSBURO HERALD. PUBLISHED' BY Herald Publishing Association. PIIILLIPSBURO, KANSAS. JANE, JH. Jane, Jr.. has hair like wheat Golden in its color. Only of the two the wheat Is by far the duller. Eyes as brown as nuts that fall In the late October; '. Full of fun in jesting: times, Tender in the sober. rUps that Fometimes make you feel All the time like tastiupr; Bo much sweetness seems a sin To bo idly wasting. IIands such handy little hands, Dimpled deep and ruddy -Just the kind of hands, you know, For a lifetime study. " When the cows come up the lane. When the 6un is setting, When the dew is falling1 6of t. Grass and daisies wetting - Jane, Jr., stands beside the bars, And 1 stand beside her, I Feeling- that I'd like to share All that may betide her. i Share the bad and bjtter things, Share the sweets and honey: . Share her smiles and share her tear3, Share the old man's money. " Little lumps, fast in my throat, Please to skip and let mo ' Tell my love of all my love That ha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 6 December 1883

Jack Cheek, Nov. :27th, 1883. Fjo Herald, Si k. I. 'thought' per haps it would be of interest to " your readers to know how Jack Creek and vicinity were , thriving. The "United Urethren" assisted by the ungodly, are kbuildinga sod efcurch' 18x28, in the clear,,' and when it is finished we would iike to have no :ne of your surplus min isterial talent to come up . and preach to jus heathens of the "creek. ' Miss May Daniels is teaching the school of Dist. 6 Miss JTeUie Avefal has contracted to teach in the Wagoner District. Jim Coode has a flock of sheep. Lon Bar ret is "punching calves,' has bought a broad brimmed hat, and instead of a .revolver, carries a shotgun and is a good "cow boy." : Geo. lihamy runs a peddling wagon and trades for truck . jj&ie, tne sneep man is misy nxing nis .sheds. Kby is building a new residence, Frank Finleyis husking his corn and swaping yarns with the neighbors, and haa a 1,000 acre stock farm for sale, timbered and watered. McKinzie is plastering ...

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