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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 5 June 1884

IETTEK-CAfHtlERS' secrets. Men Wlio Could Create a Great Sensation Should They Tell All Tliey Know. Philadelphia Record. "There is not a letter-carrier in the city but who is the custodian of the secrets of someone on his route," said a well-known postal official yesterday.. "What a sen sation they would create if what they knew could be revealed at one time! The divorce, courts would be overcrowded, and rivals for maidens' affections would be parading the streets, armed to the teeth, looking for the other fellow. But there is a barrier to these revelations. The postal laws strictly provide that a carrier must never tell of what he sees, repeat what he hears, nor make public in any manner the address upon a letter. "When notified to deliver letters only to the person to whom addressed it is en joined upon him to remember this rule, especially as regards members of the flame family. Well do I remember when I was a carrier a certain maiden on Broad street was receiving letters from a ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 5 June 1884

Land Office at Kirwin Kansas, I 7416 JUayZH. 184. J Noticu Is herebv ciren that the toWowi' e named settler ba filed notice of bis intention to make fi nai proof m sur oort of bis claim and id proof will l?e n.ade before the Register thpt va ... VIS! 1SL1 W. UfclS llti HO. iwr iuo uw qr section 6, 1 1, r 15. He names the Kdlowtng witnesye to prve his continuous residence up on and cultivation of. said land vis: 0 A. Por ter, W, G. Davidson and Francis Yocum, or Nance and Tnoma llender9ou of Leeta Neb. rslw 417 WTt.l.UMfl nAVFDSON'. D3. 18682 for the E. W. tteebe and Lewis Monk of Leota Neb. JOUNBiasELL Register. Dodge 1c Chapin, atty'a. oi2ul3 Land Office at Kirwin, Kansas. I 77G4 April, 29, 1884, Notice is hereby given that the follow in named settler has filed notice of his intention 10 make final proof in sudport of his claim, and that said proof will be made beiore the Clerk Dist Court or Probate Judge at Phillipsburg, on June 6, 1884, viz: Origin It. Benedict, HE No . 8957 for ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 12 June 1884

ll'H I LL I FSBURG H TP It? AT til '.TO THKM TIIT THISY GO FORWARD. VOL. VI. NO- 31. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1884. 81.50 IN ADVANCE. Phijlipsliurg Herald. TCBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, by Local tHtoxx-ffs. Secret Soc lattefi. I. O. O. F. Phillipsbur? Lodge No. 165. meets every Werl Xiesdnv. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. W. W. Anukhsok, O. Jf.T.M. Catcher, Rec. ssec'y. A. F. and A. M. Phillipsbunr LoJgo number 14. meets every Saturday on or betore the lull moon, visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. P. T. M. Duteher, ees'y. P. J. 8. Lowk, W M kToTp. Credent Lodpe number 42, meets every Mon day evening. Visiting brethren cordially invtt edtotttend. m David Mankkk CO. J . Jucksoii, K of It and S G. AR. rhillir-fburp Pont number 77 meet Saturday after full moon, Viaitiug couimdos always welrome. ir'KA.NK Stkaiv, P C. V W. Anderson, Adj. Church Directory. JI. E.Cliurch Kcv, W. K- Allen, every nU nate h'abbuth at 11 o'clock A. M. andTX o'clc er- ock ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 12 June 1884

IF I SHOULD DIE. BY ELLA. WHEELER. If I should die how kind you all would grow. In that strange hour I would not have one foe. There no words too beautilul to say Of one who goes forevermore away Across that ebbing tide which has no flow. With what new lustre my good deeds would glow ! If faults were mine, no one would call them so, Or speak of me in aught but praise that day, If I should die. Oh, friend ! before my listening ear lies low, While I can hear and understand, bestow That gentle treatment and fond love, I pray, The lustre of whose late though ardent ray Would gild my grave with mocking light, I know, If I should die. REST IS THEE. BY G. ALBERT CURLER. Savior, I come to Thee, A weary child, with pain and care oppressed ; Oh, let me lean this aching, burdened heart Upon thy loving breast. The way is very dark ; I cannot see it, Lord, through these, my tears ; Take Theu mine hand, and draw me up to Thee, Through all the lonely years. I have no strength, dear Lord ; Oh let m...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 12 June 1884

KANSAS NEWS. Garnett is to have a library. Coffeyville has 1,636 inhabitants. Larned has a troupe of colored singers. Wellington is to have a City Directory. Yates Center is to have a hcminy lac tory. Rice county has five weekly news papers. Fort Scott is busy building school houses. A map of Jewell county is soon to be published. Blue Rapids schools have an enroll ment of 247. The town of St. John, Stafford county, has had it first circus. The Sterling High School graduated ten scholars. The railroad valuation for Coffey county is $355,932. The measles are epidemic at Cheney, Sedgwick county. Newton and Eldorado want a daily mail between them. Lincoln county will celebrate the Fourth of July at Lincoln. The Hiawatha High School turned out nine graduates recently. Nescatunga is the name of a new town started in Comanche county. Fopulation of McCune, 924; an increase during the year of one-third. Parker ville has a social organization called the "Tit for Tat Club." The new railroad i...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 12 June 1884

Jhillipsburg Herald, JUNE 12. Arrival and Departure of Matte, Iail east and west via. G B. Mo. Pacific 11. arrives, 4 a m. leaves 7 30 "i in, daily. Alma and Phillipaburg Arrives 12 in, -Mondays, Wednesday and Fri day; leaves 1 p m. Long Island and Phllllp.sburg Ar rives 1 m, and leaves 1 p. iu n Tuesdays, Thursdays and .Saturdays. Nance and Phillipsburg Arrives 4 p. n., Tuesdays and Fridays : leaves Sa. m., Wednesdays and Saturdays. Wagnersvillc and Phillipsburg Ar rives lip. in. and leaves it p. in, on Tuesdays Saturdays. Injt-Offlee Honrs Opens 8 a m, closes at 8 p ni. Sundays opens 9 a in, and closes 7 J tu, closes JO a m and 7,30 p in. Money order business closes at Op in. No money order or register etter business transacted Buuday. II. V. SrAULIUNO, P.M For President , James G Blaine of Maine. For Vice-President, Jo Jin A- IiOgan of Illinois. ANNOUNCEMENTS. At tbe solicitation of many Repabli cans, I hereby announce myself as a candidate for State Senator, from this district, ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 12 June 1884

Piiillipsiiiirg Herald. JUNE 12. LOCAL HEBALDINCS. Rev. Allen is down at Cawker City this week. Gua. McClun and wife were oyer to camp meeting Sunday. Sunday School picnic at Chism's grove on Deer Creek to-day. John T. Ilell has returned from his wanderings and is Htoppiug in town for a few days. H. C. and James Sherrill, and Wm. Gipe, of Walnut, were callers lastTues- aay. Miss Alice Bickford returned, Satur day morning. ' from Holton, Kansas, whore she has been attending school for some time . Mrs. G. W. Bickford is visiting friends at Almena, for a few weeks, Billy takes his meals at the Central .House in the meantime . Fred Winship is still rustling around, ! ;fxxing up and improving his store this week. It is new paint on the front, and : awning raised and painted. T. J. Carl, of Long island, sent us in .a sample of blue grass 3 feet 6 inches high, red clover 2 feet 6 inches and tim othy .2 feet high, all cut June 3, 1884. .J. Q. Adams, of Freedom township, brought us in a samp...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 12 June 1884

Published by WILLIAM HISSEIX. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS. Two hundred hairpins were found in he stomach of a cow killed in Logan county, Ky. Gen. Grant refused to see Ferdinand Ward a few days ago, when that young man called at his residence in company with a jailor. " A crusade against piano playing has been inagurated in Berlin, and the peti tions for an order to regulate the hours during which pupils may practice have been numerously signed. Farmer Russell, a negro" burned his wheat stubble the other day at Freder icksburg. He barely got his team out of the way before eleven explosions follow ed rapidly. The fire had struck a pile of shells on a battle-field. At a bull fight, on Sunday, May 4, at Monterey, Mexico, a woman was adver tised to enter the ring as a fighter. But even the bull fight spectators objected to this brutalism, and the judges killed a couple of extra bulls to make up for the omission. The widow of President James K. Polk, at the age of 80, and illustrating the beaut...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 12 June 1884

BETUBIJOAN PLATFORM Adopted by the Republican National Con ention at Chicago. The Republicans of the United States, In Na tional Convention assembled, renew their alle giance to the principles upon which they have triumphed in six successive Presidential elections, and congratulate the American people on their attainment of so many results in legislation and administration by which the Republican party has. after caving the Union, done so much to ren der its institutions just, equal and beneficial the SAFE GUAED OF LIBX&TT, -and the embodiment of the best thought and highest purposes of our citizens. The Republican party has gained its strength by quick and faith nil response to the demands of the people for the freedom and the equality of all men; for a united "Nation, assuring the rights of all citizens; for the elevation of labor; for honest currency; for purity in legislation, and for integrity and ability in all " departments of the Government, and it accepts anew the duty ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 12 June 1884

U. S. Land Office;, Kirwin Kansas. C002 April 2. 1884 Oomnlaint bavins been entered at this office J. L. Cronk ngainst Ludwig Ran som for abandoning his Homestead En try No. 18855, dated July 20, 1880, npon the s hf nw qr seo 9, t I s, r 18 w, in I'hillius county, Kansas, with a view to tno cancellation of said entry ; the said parties are hereby summoned to appear at this office on the 20 day of July 1884, at 10 o'clock a.m., to respond and furn ish testimony concerning said alleged abandonment. John Bissell, 11. 11. Hays, Register, Receiver. m2Djunl9 c Vm. Bissell, atty. Innd Office at Kirwin, Kaiibati. 1 7m JuneS, 18S4. J Notice ia hereby given that tha followinff rsioetl pettier ban filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that paui proof will be made before the Register or Receiver at Kirwin Kansas on July. 11, viz : GEO. W. WIDNER, HE N- 1414 for the tw qr of section 3, town 2. range IT. He Raines ph following witnesses to prove'his contin...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 19 June 1884

! Off IT J3 If T1D-T2 SPEAK 'X0 THKM THAT THEY GO FORWARD. VOL. VI. NO. 32. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS-, THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1884. Si 50 IN ADVANCE. hi ; .1; ii! H liips&urg Herald. PUBLISHED EYEBI TElfiSDAY, BY BissBLL & lightfoot; EDITORS. . ' Secret Societies. ' l.O. O. F. Fhilhprtmrg Lodge No. 165.ineetsvery Wd uesday. Visiting brethren ecrdially iuvileA to attend. W. V..Asirk60,2. ti. F. T.M.SXutche', Rec.Sec'y. A. F, and A. M. PhtUip&burir Lo 4ge number M. meets evry Saturday on or betore the full moon, visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. 1 T. M. Dutcher.eea'y. P. 0. 6. Lowe, W M Crefent Lodfro number 42. mets 'every Mon day evening. Visitiugbrethreoordially invit ed to attend. 1avu Maskku C.C. J. Jackson, K of R and S- C. A R. hUiiBbursr Post mnnber77 meets Saturday after full moon, Viaitini? eoturades aay -welcome. Fa Stkaik, 1' U V V. Anderson, Adj. Church Directory. Jl.E. Church Rev, W. K- Allen, every Iter Tiate Sabbath at 11 o'clock A. M. aad74 o clock P....

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 19 June 1884

AT SIXTY-FIVE. BY GEORGE W. CEOFTS. Yes, sixty-five how strange It seems I I am like one who, waking di earns, While-thro' his brain there swiftly streams With rythmic flow The scenes of those departed years, Tbe joys, the hopes, the btiriiing tears, The blest assurances and fears, The bliss and woe. Within my hands are faded flowers I gathered fresh in childhood's hours, While brightly beamed the heavenly powers In Life's fair morn. And yet, to ine, they are as sweet AS when first I did them greet, llid in their soft, sylvan retreat 'Mid fragrant thorn, I do not feel that I am old, E'en tho' the Winter's breath is cold And snow has whitened all the world That once was green. For still my heart is young and gay, And sings as jubilant a lay As ever greeted opening day Or Bweet sixteen ! But sixty-five Ah ! can it be Thus much of life is past with me. Far more than I shall henceforth see With dimming eyes ? Yes, it is true and be it so, For better things are mine, I know, In that fair...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 19 June 1884

KAMSAS NEWS. Sedan has an Oratorical Soctety. The population of Marysville is 1,381. "Wellington is to have a City Directory The population of Leavenworth is 22, 000. A new hotel has been begun at Mound City. Manhattan has organized a fire com pany. A map of Jewell county is soon to be published. Augusta is to have a Building and Loan Association. Sterling ships blooded pups to Ohio and New Mexico. Columbus has a soda-pop factory and a pop-u-lation of 2,665. Thirteen school desk agents struck Wellington one day last week. Caldwell has a population of 1,700, ac cording to the Assessor's returns. The enumeration next March will show 8,000 inhabitants in Stafford county. Eldorado has a new bank the Ex change National with a capital of $50, 000. An enterprising citizen of Medicine Lodge is erecting a $15,000 hotel at that place. Cherokee county has a population of 26,000, which raises the salary of all the officers. There are twelve members in the fraduating class of the Junction City l...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 19 June 1884

PJilissliiirg Herald,' JUNE 19. EDITORS Tro : T1 tlwjCLAR tfcrrros ot the H contains et?at j.fces with fix c-lamm to th 1&S ; nubscriptVoa Mie $UU per jnntttB ra ttdvaoce. Tta- Dom. Koitiom con?lstsTi fwir jagca fth-e rewUr edition an! coutAtu il tb Editorial and Local News. Arrival and Departure of tttalts. Mail east and west via. C B. Mo. Pacific &-R., arrives 4 a m, leaves 7 30 o in, daily. Alnvaand Phil!iburff Arrlvw 12 m, Mondays, Wodiuwdays and Fri days; leaves 1 p m. Long Island and Phtllipsburg Ar rives l"- m. and leaves 1 p. w,, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, Nunceatid Philiipshurtc Arrives 4 p. p., Tuesdays and Fridays : leaves 8 a. iuM Wednesdays and Saturdays. WagnersvilteatKl PhilUpsburg Ar rives 1 p.. m and leaves 3 p. in. on Tuesdays Saturdays. Post-Office Honrs Opens 8 a m, closes at 8 p m. Sundays opens 9 am, and closes 7 p ra, closes 10 a in and 7.30 p m. Money order business closes at J p m. No money order or register otter business transacted Sunda...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 19 June 1884

Fiiiliponrg Herald. JU&E 19. LOCAL HERALDINGS. Gss McClung and family have gone to Jewell City to spend a few weeks vis i:irtriendi, lit. Billing, of Norton, was in town yesterday to pay his tax, and made these headquarters a pleasant call. Harvy Weels writes the IIekald froca Lostine, Union county, Oregon , to have hU paper changed to that place. John Q. Adams of Freedom town ship brought us in a r-aniple of rye six feetifiiue and one-half iuches on the 12th of June. W. K. Gear, who lives two miles west of the Burg, brought us in a fine specimen of rye which in length fell just a little short of seven feet. H. B. Abbott and W. H. Nichols, of Greenwood township, made us a call Thursday. They report things flourish ing in their part ot the county, G. V. Young had some Clay county friends visiting him last week. They are highly pleased with the country, and will probably locate here. J- D. Mattison made the Herald a call yesterday. J. D. is a liveiy repub lican from Crystal townsh...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 19 June 1884

Published by TYXLLIA2I BTSSTT.L. PHILLTPSBTJRG, - - KANSAS. A Shamokin man, who insisted on having his hair cut on a Saturday night, when the shop was full of regular custo mers waiting to be shaved, fell out of the chair and broke his neck. Mlle. Emelie Moellee, of St. Louis, sued a variety theatre for salary due her on an engagement, and the defense was that her face did not suit the fastidious audience of the Alhambra. Oxe day recently Henry Kayler, of Cheshire, Mich., aged seventy years, married Miss Thayer, only thirteen. Her parents are trying to get her to leave her old hubby and return home, but she will not. He is rich. John Lowell, of "Wessington Springs, D. T., was to be married on the 30th ult., but on that day he was compelled un aided to bury his affiance, her whole family having the diphtheria, and the neighbors being too much alarmed to as sist. . . In Stockton, Cal., a few days ago, two policemen arrested an old man for steal ing an orange. One of the policemen ate ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 19 June 1884

Emory A. Storra. THE FIIiST SPEECH OF THE CAMPAIGN. After the work'cf the Republican Con vention at Chicago was done, the crowd called out for a speech from the gentle man whose name heads this ticket ami he responded as follows: Mr.- Chairman and Gentlemen: ' I un derstand perfectly well that this is no occasion lor speech making. I under stand perfectly well that a great work has just been completed, and that the men who have been engaged in it are anxious to retire from the arduous du ties which they have been performing. The time has come, however, when it is worth while to have it understood that the preferences that have prevailed in this convention ceased the very moment the convention had acted, and that from tnis time forward there are no Logan men, nor Blaine men, nor Arthur men, nor Edmunds men; there are nothing but Republicans, inspired with the unan imous conviction that the ticket here placed in nomination must succeed. Ap plause. I am not a worshiper of the rising su...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 19 June 1884

U. S. Y,and Oflicc, Kirwin Kansas. r - -"t i Complaint having been -entered at this office .) L. Cronk against Ludwig llan som for abandoning his Homestead En try No. 13855, dated July 20, 1880, upon the s hf nw qr sec 9, t 1 8, r 18 w, in Phillips county, Kansas, with ft view to me cancellat ion of sid entry ; the said parti are hereby summoned to appear at this office on.the 20 day of July 1884, at 10 o'clock a.m., to respond and furn ish testimony concerning said alleged abandonment. o hn Bissell, It. 11. Hays, Register. Receiver. m29junl9 c Wra. Bissell, atty. I.nnd Office at Kirwin, Kansas. 7135 June 3, 1884. I Notice is hereby Riven that the following r.amed Mttler hi filed aoticeof his intention to make final proof in support nf his claim, and that aaid proof will be initde before th Pegi.-ter -r VJteeiver at Kirwin Kansas on July. 11, 1S4, li : GEO. W. WIDNER, HE Ne. 14134 for the tw qr of section 3, lown 2. range 17. lie aaines Ae following witnesses to prvo'his continuous ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 26 June 1884

arJE.A,j'-'.rb txiijim: 'rxiA.'r thky oo oiiwakd, 'VOL. VI NO 33 PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS. THURSp AY, :JUNE 26, 1884, 150 IN ADVANCE. r PlilliiOBliorg Herald, PCSLIS2ED EVERT TBCESDAT, -by- - ' BISSELL. STLIGHTF00T. EDITORS. . ' Secret Societies. IO. O. F. Phillipsburg Lodge No. 165,iKeta every Wei i mday. Xieittft brethren orlialiy innled tn' attend. W. W. Asdjsrsox, (J. ' K. X.M.Dutcber, Rec tfec'y. ' . , A; F-itnd Ai TA. : V ' . rhillip8hur Lodgre number 1&4. mkr.every Saturday on or before the fall moon, fsstting brethren cordially invited to attend. y. T. M. lutcher,882y. 0. S. Lows, VV M K.of P. ' Cresent Lodge number 42. meets ev-ery Mon day evening. Vieiting brethren cordially invit ed to attend, David Makkek C.C J. Jackson, K of ft and S. . G. A- R. Tbllitburg Popt number77 raeetjf Saturday after full moon. Visiting comrades welcome. . A'raKK iiTKAIH, 1 L. WW.. Anderson, Adj. Church Directory.. Jl. E. Church Hev, K- Allen, every alter nate Sabbath at 11 o'clock A. M. nd7 o ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 26 June 1884

THE BABY OVER THE WAY. Across In my neighbor's window. With its drapings of eatiu and lace, I see, 'neath a crown of ringlets, A baby's innocent face. His feet in their wee, red slippers, Are tapping the polished glass, And the crowd in the street look upward, And nod, and smile, as they pass. Just here, in my cottage window, Catching flies in the sun, With a patch on his faded apron, Stands my own little one. pia face is as pure and handsome As the baby's over the way. And he keeps my heart from breaking, At my toiling, every day. Sometimes, when the day is ended, And I Bit in the dusk to rest. With the face of my sleeping darling llugged close to my lonely breast, I pray that my neighbor's baby -May not catch Heaven's roses, all ; But that some may crown the forehead! Of my loved one, as they fall. And when I draw the stocking From his tired little feet, And kiss the rosy dimples it his limbs so round and sweet I think of the dainty garments Some little children wear, And irown th...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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