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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western Kansas world. — 1 May 1886

Fji?H JSW ft.i Mgi.-,tSS8!-JWS3 )&$ -G 5-14. T 5SF V-? J?V" Fs a.'"? 'Sfl- . 4 ,!'v' m, Pv rS HT m . i v to k . it v ?3 riix .11 ,l --naz irps fc i'i-a i '& .VA -irscr US KISE ABOVE OUR TKOUBEES. let us rise above our troubles, Far beyond the reach of pain TEhat n9 mischief may embroil us, And if smitten raise npiin. . Isst as live as dwelling -with Thee, Every hour and every day, Hot on earth but in heaven, Jjet us -wend our homeward -way. Fall of yearnings unfulfilled, And desire unsatisfied. Utempest-tosscd and comfortless, floating -with the ebbing tide. Burdened conscience, darkened reason, Worried, fretted, stumbling oft Isrft Thy light like May-day sunshine. Point us to thy home aloft. Hide us in Thy strong pavilion. Iill the storm bo overpast; Bo our stronghold, our reliance, "We would find Thee at the last. uivenB peace and exultation In that treasure found oh high. justing in xny promised pledges Above our troubles let us fly. Jk CHARMING trnXE HOUSEEKEPER She dust...

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. — 1 May 1886

wl wjMMwm v p. 4" ?. r.r ifr. iV?; IT ht t w h- $ iV5 i I. l&ti 3 K-rvfA -1 fe- &', 5 r rxMmwmwssmmmm , -..SIV ' - - ' if - " "vt-K-":;-(gar ::.?w--.p',:;ggB'fyy3is- it J JiiagBBMMMawMBgBWEBMIMWHWWMMtMWMWWIMMBTO. ft POWDBBLY TO GOULD "" Tiie-Tsxtof this Bamarkable Letter Scbanton, Pa., April 11, 1S86. 2 O'CIiOCK, A. M. Jay Gould, Esq., President Mo. P. P. P. Demi Sib: The events of the past for-y-e:ght hohre mast have demonstrated to 'you the absolute necessity of bringing this terrible struggle in the Southwest to a speedy termination. You have the pow er, the" authority and the means to bring the strike to an end. I have done every thing in my power to end the strife; the "gentlemen associated with me on the ' General Executive Board of the Knights 'of Labor have done the sama Everything consistent with honor and manhood has been done in the interest of peace. No false notions Of pride or dignity have swayed us in our dealings with you or the gentlemen associated with you....

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. — 1 May 1886

m k -" i - t r x, -, r5--'" ,.- - i j: il 'iki-" fcwjv )'-, "w 5 .j-.- -f.fSF- vi j--ffw- rfce -w nm-2mt. trynsmeerT m t n.J&FuTfrV'tA jir-i j-t t- - . aaaEr ir - ;. m &f t MiT --4 kJ:j MOVING DAY "Pall out the pipe and damp the stove. And take the pictures down; This is the blessed day we more, , We've got a house np-town. Last winter -when the snow was deep, I said to John, said I: 'When moving day the blue birds keep, Then to this house good-by,' "Don't ask me why I want to move, I have my own good reasons; Yon might as well ask me to prove Why Nature has her season. My heart was almost broke last spring, House-hunting fruitless proving; We didn t pull a tack or thing Two years without a moving! "And, Jolin, justbureli that litter out, Or Mrs. lluggs will find it When she moves in, and then, no doubt, She'll say but nevermind it Come here, and kill tiese bugs, quick, John, Or else they'll callus dirty 2Jo bugs! Why, whero's your ejeoight gone? Q ood laws! I've counted thi...

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. — 8 May 1886

RP? wmmm&m&&s&Bzrftvm HKHSSIfc-SSfS TS '"". T fyrfWC" , J- s EjSi tu- r-- . ; - &Z. rr. .V- , ....- LP - 3 t- 3 -"rfc!". - $ 5. :w ,ifVr ,:- w -- 3; ? jPt f i ti ,.F. T ftt i j 1. 1 j- . tfi.iSiKiN"-jPc3fcfMTi JSstpfM: iTTvrrAznis" ffPTF ffWBFfiSfi8BffSTTfcWvi'V'fy'ir'r. " . .r "mm es ft "tniTAnj&ij 1 ' W, lb. I hv t- lw ? u i &, HS 4t - TTZE-A-IRIjir STTBSCDBIIFT'ZOlSr, S2.00. EIGHTH YEAH. For President-Elect in 18S8, General Jolin. .A.. Logan OF ILLINOIS. MBS. KEDZIE'S ADDRESS. If this admirable paper, which is pre sented, in full, elsewhere, as one of the Farmers' Institute series of papers, does not give to a large number of women en larged views on the subject of how to keep house, the World misses widely its guess. This address is an admirable presenta tion of the salient features of the most important question underlying the struct ure of American civilization. In other words, a high type of society, unaccom panied by systematic housekeeping, how o...

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. — 8 May 1886

mm &&rm fi.-".. .- s m l2lr - ',"V i- ! . r -s: '7 SZ!i ?vl!?3f "Zv'Z&'tZ . 13L- . i r?ra. - -rs-&r fc ' "laV if r fc-s m & iwsa r- A TREASURE TROVE. y .A Interesting X arratlvo of Uic Late War. Hew York Evening Post. The veterans of the Grand Army of the Bepublic in this county have been great ly interested of late in one of the strang le stories, connected with incidents growing out of the late -war, that have ever been, recorded. The facts for they are facta were related by an officer who stood high in the list of our country's defenders, and "who is personally ac quainted "with the persons named, as in deed are very many of our citizens. A young man named Charles Hall, of this (Niagara) county, having been ad mitted to the bar as an attorney, left bome is 1883 in search of his fortune, ., auLat length concluded to ""haner up his tahmgle" In .Exeter, Luzerne county, Pa. ; XIIe was a bright, energetic young man, iep&YtyS. J1 R faculty for making friends, an...

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. — 8 May 1886

y2Ar H aajBaaam . IbIbTbw - - v i." ., r i- cvv nriK&jLib .'& inn xvn l rei in -imfi-aMifsvHiaLHiiiHmi fimvi u ,iTitmii aj i r vih iH ih i ji him - -,,---.-"-: RL5V - LA i ' Maul b UdVKiZalilCBMii bB bh h IH1 1 r vvW9pjiWroC i?3S, - -jBJl mBi cBkBEBBBSBBABBL B I BM BVi ,' j- ? fti dPiSaWi il'l'Ly! 1 " t5?""""" .JasMasaMoMiBBiBMliaMaiBa T ''.'l " i - 2 i " ; - TSToarlySxitosoription, $2.00. STOCK Cin.AJR,:&INa- THE BASIS "OP OTJR, USTOTTSTRXEiS" SlngleCopySCenta. fe f-ii U ;- ki" h h IS." EIGHTH YEAR. WA-KEENEY, KANSAS, SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1886. NUMBER 11. S C. M. PAULL, (SUCCESSOR TO F. 0. ELLSWORTH.) -DEALER IN- COAL OF THE- COLORADO, A i,i) OTHER KINDS. HP Eastern WILSON, MURRAY & CO., -DO A- GE NERAL BANKING BDSIE Sell Exchange to all Points in the United States and Europe. Our Safo is Guarded by the Latest Improved Time Lock. We Re spectfully Solicit a Share of tho Public Patronage. Office, Opera Block, North of Postoffice, WA-KEENEY, . - KANSAS FOR BARGAINS GO TO G...

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. — 8 May 1886

r3ft ?&&& rfCW..iWV: Jx j- i JfX Ts V lfc"i ii2J )ft t r rt'-yj BR" &A ki 5 H t'' $ V iW L -1 'H Fi 4, , ireSTERN KA8. WOBLD. tmeuL pari r nut hiitt. ,T, , VLTON, I Editor. Saturday, Mat 1886. 8H3 JUDICIAL DISTRICT. &. 5?S!wi.f J?! MieMi Central Com- S5 L. " J8"- g. JMM dtatrict, being one Mtabw trom Bute, EBta. Km. Trass, flora. BL om, TUoe, I.. Beott, Wichita aad Greeley """"todtomeetatWMseeiiey, wul, M MIT V. MM. i I Aild -. . .J.-- J 4ffSff.WBaan0J,Uo8 to nomination a can--Mtotafor Jndg.0 Ua, the 3Brd dtotrlct It Is boped each ooanty will tied. be .tally eepre- "ecnuuy yoori. O. W. MTT.T.Tfft, Chairman. Maya City, Kansas. Those who may .desire to see the oIl for the coming BepnbiLGajistatecoD reutio jam find it in the World. CTwt, we jcaa't say that Wa Keeney has been eternally ignored politi oally. She gets the judicial committee Meeting. Bead the calL The article, to be found else ftTBese in this World, on "General Lo jran at Tork," conveys our impression o...

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. — 8 May 1886

1. ' rf au Jwr Ffc. .( I w !l- Thomas Caddiek IS STILL HANDLING GOODS OF ALL KINDS. Is just receiving a large assortment of IDry Goods, GROCERIES And other goods, besides a whole car-load of II don't want to brag, yet the only store in Wa-Keeney where peo ple are always sure of getting all they call for. GOODS AT BOTH WHOLESALE & RETAIL KELLEY & -AGENTS BDCKEYE REAPER amd MOWER, KEYSTONE CORN PLANTERS, WEffitDETOLOWS ad CULTIVATORS. SPBIKGFIELD SUPERIOR GRAIN DRILL Horse iRa3s.es. CEMENT, LIME AND PLASTER PARIS. PLOW AND WAGON-WOOD STOCK. Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Iron, Steel and Glass. Franklin Street, I Am On sSBBSBSV1e MAXWELL & CO'S, THE EXCLUSIVE GRAIN, FLOUR AND FEED STORE WHERE CAN BE FOUND AT ALIi TIMES a Choice Assortment of CORN, OATS, BOLLEB PBOCESS FLOUE, RYEFLOUB, GRAHAM FLOUR, BBAI7 .A.XTID II Store in West Reoi of Grand AT THE OLD STAND. Will ii tke Fibre, as ii tie Past Keep a Fill Sipply ef DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS, SHOES, CLOTHING, HATS AND CAPS. ALS...

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. — 8 May 1886

.vn.:rr-ep J";m?m:m ", sJ.?3 . . .. . . .. i i i i ( &hi?&pR. 'tv F5.KT Br lJ V IN II If IsHf' If- s WEB M s H. l Mfc ah $1 l! t,. ? y &,.-.' n M 11 i 7 s n-r -r . vk- , - C r '& Wk ' it wc FW J l r. i I' "V 1' 7 CHARMING HOUSEKEEPER She dnsta the Sevres and bric-a-bac, W1U1 just the daintiest little knack,, And always puts my papeps back, jay charming little housekeeper. Bare jellies makes-mcringues and creams More fair than ever poet? dreams like drifted snow tout frosting gleams, My charming little housekeeper. Hor doth tho prose of cooking slight ller bread is sweet and white and light, Her biscuits are a goodly sight (Ab, charming little housekeeper.) J3he reads with me tho magazines Although to one she always leans Bhe makes the most artistic screens, lly charming little housekeeper. fine sings to me with dulcet voice, (Fair Patti's notes are not so choice,) Bhe doth my classic soul rejoice. My charming little housekeeper. What wonder tliat I lovo her then An m...

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. — 8 May 1886

::? J M V tk LkS, m 'Mi KIILINGTON'S GHOST. Mfflington is a section of the state ly ing in the town of Haddam, about five miles back of Goodupeed'e Landing on ' the river, and joins the township of Col chester. . Millington Green is its center. Mil lington Green is a little collection of ancient and weather-beaten houses, a church and school house, situated at the forks of four cross roads on the summit of a high hill, and on the direct turn pike road from Goodspeed's Landing to Norwich. Millington Green has its history. It is the history. It is the history of the slow decay and gradual degeneration that has characterized hundreds of in land towns in the state. Millington Green is a less point of trado and im portant to-day than it was 100 years ago. But fifty years ago this thriving, little collection of wonderfully antique houses and barren crossroads was a thriv ing mercantile mart. It doubly out stripped East Haddam and Goodspeed's, the two landings on the river. At Millington G...

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. — 8 May 1886

,'lVi rifcv -,;wi v Va?? --T ""J- lfi8K?.SSiSjCV' ".- jv" w$? rf - - i , " fE"' T rv y .JT I "?. B3BSF 7. - i JP U j m & o i -s y?" )x- M- INSTITUTE PAPERS. SYSTEMATIC HOUSEKEEPING. A pnper read by Mra. Nellie S. Keifcde, ot the Stigo Agricultural College, before the Farmers' lustltnto at Wa-Keeney, Thursday evening, March 25, 1886. In jmtting the thought of home into man's heart, God .gave one most impor tant and indispensable part to -woman. 'Theiiome keeping or house-keeping, wo are pleased -to call it has belonged to her through all time. Now; we all agree that while men's work is from sun till un, -woman's work is never done; and I ,wondex many times if that is one of the .necessary evils of housekeeping, or is it . .one of the xelics of barbarism, handed down to us along with the notion that .seeds must be planted right with the moon, or .that it is unlucky to begin a journey on Friday? When the week's 'work stands up and looks us squarely in the face, seeming to say, "Yes...

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. — 15 May 1886

i" j"' "SJ?i'5 j- ?S?j,5rv ; ,"" 5 : .sffiJJf 55SfsrHBpWiH --- j-- -. "-4&iv, ' - -&. "i . fa" -;?im Si If m m v& -3rEJLjR.r.-3r STJSscE-nPTioisr, $2.00. STOCK JLSJSCHISrQr THE BASIS OIF OTTIE& I3TXTrSTE&ISS STTO-CiSl COTT, CE-ETISB- tty w .. - - - .. j- - . . . j. - .. V J& , .-GHSiikHK2aHiJi f - ' 4pr 5 m KW I h in itl'i lis-v IMh D ' r a ddr fit if4 r f fe$ I- 7 ?& lBr f& Sfcf. i-tfs&r ?.? .4f EIGHTH YEAK. For President-Elect in 1888, O-exiera.1 John -A.. Logan OF ILLINOIS. One hundred and two years were claimed as the age of Mrs. Elizabeth Owens, who died afcllirwin on the 30 tilt. Mrs. Owens was the grandmother of Mrs. W. T. S. May, of Kirwin, and she had lived with Col. May's family since com bing to Kansas, about eight years ago. Miss Estella Wilson, we have neglected to state, threw forth, several .weeks ago, from Sharon Springs, Wal lace county, the Rose of Sharon. In the general headline the pictuie of a rose looms up, and the paper, wit...

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. — 15 May 1886

' " j.'1 V.- J T-SJHb4IftJkl VWIK F? vWrt MVifea?-vV :Tir -Sri m' :kjc- y r r&wre S5BB i in i niliillin iiilim i lllli iiiiiiiii iiii j i WlffMil IHlilW isMMgl fl$:!?fl w ' ggj , - . . ui 1 SJ. v4 u Bi PH A N Mh i LOVE, M. . Oh, she-comes in silks and satin, Bbo is versed in roots of latin, Ab well as every root that grows 'beneath the mother earth; She reads Sansltirt, she reads Coptic; She's the apple of my optic; She ban a long list of degrees, and Boston saw her birth. Yet it sets my blood ashiver. When she asks about my liver, And I Btntlcr and am speechless whenlmy tongue Bhe wants to see; For I'm fearful to expose it, In negligee, and she knows it. When her lovely eyes with tender light are riveted on me. "With my pulse at a hundred, "TKs not strange that she has blundered. And doctored me for fevers when I didn t have a sign; Tis her presence that is heating, And which sets my heart a beating; . For I'm only a poor mortal man and she, is. so divine. Still its pleasant to...

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. — 15 May 1886

!??!MBHBHBHIBHBBBHIHHBHHHS1HHIIIH HWB?t9 Tfcr iivcsw'inPffWjW! $?r Tffesxv :? ranms " . ";? 'c F V" J3?n' J j fir - 7 S3 -' T Hfc? sT-Cr. i.? -c " -- Tfc. i? v. ' Tear. . .- -"V, ,-v, , ,- :-: 'M& ?$ ! ;llr r 'T s. .-? It. r. s v 3 ?$S Sfo bl -sSMfcl nilKaifrw IT 4 :M AO -W ll.? llilK'N ,M1IIII in 1, u- :M- ; Yearly Subscription, $S.OO. EIGHTH YEAR. C. M. PAULL, (SUCCESSOR TO F. 0. ELLSWORTH.) -DEALER IN- COAL -OF THE- COLORADO, Bock Springs, Eastern AMI OTHER KINDS. -WILL PUT THE- PriceCoalDown As Low as Possible. Will Buy and Sell Wheat, Rye, Oats OCXRISJ", U ALL KINDS OF GRM. CHOP FEED FOR SALE. It is tie Best Mafle. iMtest Snnnim, Quietest and Simplest. IN THE WORLD. Self-Setting Needle, Self-Threading Shuttle, Automatic Bobbin Winder, And Only Perfect Embroiderer, HE PLUS ULTRA. DO NOT BEY AM OTHER Before trying the White. Agents Wanted ! IwUes, Gils aid Parts of all lackiies. For Catalogues, Prices and Terms, address, WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO., 921 Olive Street, St. Louis, ...

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. — 15 May 1886

fe? .K JS t$?t . j - " J p Tfi, j&Zf &? 3.cf" 5Zf &X& 9- J - -JU-r jfi& . R 1 p '&& re' r?. ss- t . h N !. 4 ' H H- V r Wr I A", & IrV WESTERN KAS. WORLD. OFFICIAL PAPE1 OF TSEfiO COUITY. W. S. TILTON, Editor. Saturday. Mat lo, 1886. EEPUBLICAH COITGBESSION AL COIWEBTTION. A Mrvnift rnnvpntlnn of Ihn RpnnhHpjfna rf ffc sixth conere-eional district of tho etnto of. Kansas will be held In tho city or Stockton, Kansas, on July 14, 1886, at 11 a. it., for (he pgrpote of nom inating a candidate for congress. Tho baste of represensation in said convention phall bo one delegate und one alternate for every two hundred vote or fraction thereof cast for Hon. E. B Allen, secretary of state, in 1834, and one delegate and one alternate for the counties not cr jjanized at the time said vote was taken, giving each county In the district tho following number of del egates and alternates, to-wit COUNTIES. . .DELEGATES. ALXEEf Decatur, 3 2 HUs, 2 2 EU'wortfi, . 5 5 Gra...

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. — 15 May 1886

w$vm85mgw&M&rgimz:f$! "prr-staa&x&sf: M&AJ9s9fl23!l!PisS?' PT&5-- jr "-3 -? ', ' tf! 3t v. - ?WfT0&v& J? re - M h l fc yfc. i Thomas IS STILL HANDLING Is just receiving a large assortment of Dry G-oods, GROCERIES And other goods, besides a whole car-load of I don't want to brag, yet the only store in "Wa-Keeney where peo ple are always sure of getting all thev call for. GOODS AT BOTH WHOLESALE & RETAIL. KELLEY & -AGENTS BUCKEYE REAPER m MOWER, KEYSTONE CORN PLANTERS, WEIR PEER'S PLOWS and CULTIVATORS. SEBMHELD SUPERIOR GRAIN DRILL. Horse ZFLeukies. CEMENT, LIME AND PLASTER PARIS. PIOW AND WAGON-WOOD STOCK. Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Iron, Steel and Glass. Franklin Street, I Am On Burnham & THE EXCLUSIVE GRAIN, FLOOR AND FEED STG OIF "W-A.-IKEElXrE-S', WHERE CAN BE FOUND AT ALIi TIMES A Choice Assortment of CORN, OATS. EOLLEE PSOCESS FLOUR, RYE FLOUE, GRAHAM FLOUR, BBAN -A.3Tr Between Frick's Livery Stable AT THE OLD STAND. Will in the Fntnr...

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. — 15 May 1886

yf: f t jTLf ft-V' ?" V S&s; "vr:'-rvt-'Ffjr'f--r'is-?i.-j,'ai-js j?-4-t fr'ww.-' .. t .. t -wtfsv mm v V f.3 - f?: - & fie- - K IT. Iff . 4 IV u iV ) ji; H iv- Wy i ft. iy.' Rk f SKir ..-- '1&, 3' Jut" H&; "t1i!tr Ii &' Lw. f7je r -. z'te STOCK AND FARM NOTES. T& Register: Fiom our talk Tvitli Armers and eeed ?ien about town it is rodent that a much greater variety of ttops are being planted this spring than TMBaL Nearly every one, for example, "e that a vastly" larger acreage of omb has been sown than usual The ae is true, to a somewhat less extent pmiaps, of broom corn, while Mr. Beck J4ges that there are at .least 400 acres of castor beans planted this year to irhere there was 10 last year. This va nrty in crops is a thing the Register has' often urged, aod it is glad to see that the ystem is becrinninor in k wi'daW wpiou. me advantages of it are ob nous. "While it is true that corn will always be our main crop and it is right that it should be so, for it...

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. — 15 May 1886

fc MS? sw .l MM '-. v A BIT OF GOSSIP. Tbero ie a young lady of Troy Most handsomo and winsome ana coy; We are nothing to blame That we don't give hew name, For that might the story destroy. She got from a lady a letter Jn Buffalo 'twas that she met her We don't know her name, But, then, that's just the same, And perhaps it is something the tetter. Thifl letter declares, ic is said. That Cleveland's decided to wed; The bride told the news. Said she conldn't refuse. And will soon to tho altar be led. There's the story for what it is worth Yon know its career from its birth; Perhaps you're suspicious But of gossip delicious len'll have to admit there's a dearth. . Columbus Dispatch. AT REST. They lie at rest, our blessed dead The dews drop cool above their head. They knew not when sweet summer fled, Together all, yet each alone; Each laid at rest beneath lii own Smooth turf or white allotted 6tone Wbfcn shall our number sink so deep, And eyes that wept and eyes that weap, W-p not in t...

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. — 15 May 1886

frfs H V V .&' W ' ' - - :-F- -jr- SSsC I ; ; : j : " j , . , . ... mSOm .& s I I t ft k Est SHfev -TVi ? &m r. si, ft. ,rV "'W? And then. M" i W IHSTffllTE PAPERS. HOME TRAINING. A papr read by Mrs. J. W. Carson before the 4.CMUV.: A-Mn.Wfa; Of IFM-JVWUCJ, 1UUI9UJ C Din?, jurcn , jldod. Wnen asked, less than a vreek a&o, to -prepare a paper for the Farmers' insti tute, I replied that I would like .very -much to do so, the reason being that my heart troes out in warmest sympathy to .welcome the home-seekers in-"the Far "West, for I have been, and am still one ,of your number. I lived five years on the ranch, and you could scarcely men tion an experience in frontier life to which we are strangers. I have helped on the farm and in the garden, herded the cattle, driven the oxen, and killed the rattle-snakes. Each morning for months I milked seventeen cows. I have helped conduct a Sunday gchool and a protract ed meeting in a sod house, and have tancht school, in a nrairi...

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. — 22 May 1886

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