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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 30 August 1895

THE GOODLAND WEEKLY REPUBLIC. r; ,0 , ! !f" i .0 '-)': ; V : - - j e i tilc.es J a c c r.: Into I ': v J r -1 . - vt.- O i f vor, ly t -I r oa of u f't c an:er.t t Uiu ta cb r-o 0U5 - tvl e no t; r3 j e- i WIS. I , S e r 1 i t o t,.; t f -w v c of r t 13 Cv:t t iiif : i jr "l ' " I c e-J- , jtv" i r, t 11 A" 1 n.5l c ; to t 19 Ci i SO df' I 3 in to -: Dil? ' CLv, I tr r T3 13T- :-t r,M v'. i 1 tO I M 1 snniiTTiiconflfini i f 5 1 I I ir A MU! 1JU! i LUUUlini l it.oduct particularly adapt ' . ed xq wes'tehn faems, Substantial XUtsni3 Every Season Should Hake Sugar Eeets a Favorite Crop. fitneral Interest Now IJeiajj Taken lie Cause of Bis; Crops in the Past Three Years of Drouthy Weatlier "When Other Products Tailed Its Cultivation and Adaptability to Western Soils. The enthusiasm that has lately de veloped in some sections of the west over sugar beet culture has been fully justified by the success of the industry the past three seasons. It has been known by the reading public in a ge...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 30 August 1895

mi IE GOODLASD 1 1 ill! Ill FDI! HELP. Jlsst Havs Eo-tey to Carry cn the Worfc cf tie Order. sly a Littls la Hecieired of Each, but tLs Wbcle Will 31a!;o a Force Against YVLkli ppressloa Cannot Stand Tho Com insiidcr' Call to Patriots. Legion Circular, No. 3. Every member cf tho People's Party, is convinced that we cannot win with out three thiugs money, organization and votes. AVithout a compact, systemat ic organization we cannot gefc the mon ey or votes. The national and nearly all other committees, the people and the reform pres3 have indorsed the legion. It is today the strongest political organ ization on the continent, in any party, and since the Kansas City convention has doubled in membership. Even the enemy concede the legion to be the best plan cf political work ever thought of, and they rise every way in their power to prevent its increase. Yon can organ ize the legion easier than any other or der in any state in the Union. It is tha simplest and cheapest of any order in...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 6 September 1895

-o J -'3 A ... , .... , . . -w- - -o- '-so; "w v u.; -v" i , : ' - - ; ' - . . . - T VOL. 10. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 0, 1895. NO. 2. - - 4 S, 8 I ON11 IICXDKED AND FIFTY DEATHS DAILY AT PEKIX. American ardEsjiiEh Envoys Charged With ITeglecUf Duty. llcpreseiitntivea of United Siattsaud Great llrilaln in-China Charged With Neglect Iq Connectiou With Antltalsslenary Out rages t'oaGict lletwfeu Italians aad Brazilians Emperor William' Gift. Victoria, B. C, Sept. 4. The steaa Ehlp Emcresa of China arrived from the Orient with advices to Aug. 23, as fol lows: Cholera increases in Peking and the deaths exceed liO daily. It is also increasing in Japan. The total number cf cholera cases reported throughout Japan on Aug. 10 was 771; deaths, 429. The aggregate number from tha first in stant is 23,(0i, of which 1,230 occurred on transports, and the deaths are 10,278. There were 1H new cases in Tokio in tha 24 hours euding at noon Aug. 21, of which two died. A telegram from...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 6 September 1895

Fuller. TKSMS OF SUIiSCKIPTIOS. Kr $150 SS IiiOitha , 75 Ibrca months 40 AdfcrtiHog rates reasonable and liber aldis routts fciven on extendi".! contracts. - " Entered at the Pootoffiee at Gotland, Eaa.. for transmission thrown the mails, as second clsis rsalltuitter. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. GovtK.voR Altgeld of Illinois, calls Cleveland tha Standard Oil candidate. The greasing of plutocratic legislation is now explained. A Massachusetts philanthropist has written to the governor offering to send cid to Kansas. He should look around home before going abroad. The new woman has appeared in a new role at Pottstown, Pa. With a bottle of ether and a revolver she held up and robbed another woman of her valuables. A call has been issued for a deep water conference at Topeka, Oct. 1. All the western states interested in deep water on the gulf have been requested to send delegates. Carroll D. Wright, chief of the government bureau says, "Hunger has caused more meu to commit petty crimes than ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 6 September 1895

'ill ( y 0 l L' A i t I ) ? ; . - Jt- - Lf isa: j uses j.. iidei ; ,'thi 1 . the i Ifl as f ( mgress ths 3d lir - ,nd tho ubst j Dvern i jntsx: !' mid 1 I atBQ( i tied. . ! ?wcr ! hwbI i with i . rcto i ; ply Is j Ires38 '. Uaa 1 i this & -a col j to ' and a 3eve i by tta -Ifylng j r Prss' la To prea ' to a cc t betwee-? ut attc these i ; that tli j : : and 8''' tantto Is esji .Itutlot ' stincti i tO &) . :e and f Mo c.n) a caus ients of iluto no; vnnce (' w our ij ilng, th poa thj" state c ried co iparent' In the i ser, by ssessio ring rep. loa of that e1,,. : thereb . nment i jthus t : lea Pre - 0U3 tO ' je no di: is ertei wise, been i should 3 to'th. t emb'c isr whit . cf nat r emir ha cod irinciple and t d by tt r." Pra lend has ,o the Ui imiuea; clonal -onal 1 to he enfc i someth :o in the and seen lentlonc -,ltor bef ers inter lined is which t d to be r Monro) i. ?ri nettle upon tht its right c-d. Of ite we fc:.. i. Kor i riaia sz'il znso do : ions, st 1 States, if . i...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 6 September 1895

liiL iillf OiUlilliiiiL OuriiTlE. It Is u a- Pssitlca to Calmly Wait fcr Auettsr Issue of Toads. llit) Flow of Gold tu Europe Keeps ou In t t-sartliiS ami Another Jsue of Koucla Is liuta Matter of Time tverythiiis Points to lfinr.ci;il Jogglery. Th MfWTOni. ju nf nil i.a c rf Kew York, has maintained daily sicca As u result the People's Party rtandl last March that jnst as toon as the bonds aero than an even chance to elect thsif issued to tho Belmont-Morgan indicate eatfre ticket. The dissatisfaction in the had all been Held and the proceeds paid Democratic ranks is growing stronger into the' treasury gold exports would bo each day, and the disintegration cf ths renewed and would continue until again party iu that state seems only a ques- .-temporarily cheeked bv another bond ticu of a few weeks. National Watch issue. . I taau. ' Yesterday it was fIiowh in The Mer- j T&fce Your Choice cury how the gold was trickling tlirough J Strange things happen all along, the dam erected by...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 13 September 1895

r VOL. 10. I 111 Wl FIVE THOUSAND BUCKEYE IIEPUB LICAXS PARADE. Ths Tariff and Single Standard to 2e Hade tie Kain Issue. Eeaator sliernias, fjsneral Bashnell, Ex Governor ForaVer nd Governor SIcKin--leyAU Address the Ccaventlon Great Protection Leads Quote Senator Bric' : TariS Utterances. . SpsiXGFiEm, O , Sept. 1J. Twenty fire thousand people wereVin the city Tuesday at the opening pt the Repub lican state ' campaign. . Fire thousand men were in line id the parade. The most distant portions of the state were represented. Green county got the flag for haying the largest delegation in line. Senator Sherman, Governor Mc Kinley, Chairman Hurtz and General Jones arrived at noon. Ei-Governor Foraker and wife arrived at 11 o'clock and all lunched at General Bushnell's home. The city was handsomely deco rated. The parade started at 12:30 p. m. and it took over CO minutes, four, six and eight abreast, to pass given points. The fair grounds never in their history had such a crowd. Speaking...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 13 September 1895

'7-7 f t ' .iiil ill looomnblSepublic. TERMS OF SL'DSCIUTTION. One year SI 'A Sis iiioLths 75 Three mouths i'J Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts given on extended contracts. Entered at the Postoffiee at GooHand, Ksn.. for tranntsiscioa through the mails, as second class mail matter. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. CALL FOR PEOPLE'S PARTY COUNTY CONVENTION. A delegate couvention of the People's party of . Sherman county, Kaunas will be held ia (rood land, in said county, on Saturday, .Sept. 11, 103. at 10 o'clock a, m. for the purpose of placing in nomination candidates fur the following offices : Sueri2, coroner, county clerk, county treasurer, register of deeds surveyor. TT.e several voting precinct.- in the county will be entitled to representation at said con reutioa a.-) follow : Llano t Lincoln. Shermanville :5 Logan 5 Voltaire "; Washington 3 Grant TUnion 4 State Line 4 j Iowa 3 Smoky ajGoodland, 1st ward. . . .2 ilcPherson lijUoodlaud, 2nd ward... t Itasca 2(ioodland...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 13 September 1895

UUUUuirJj If Scma Hustling Is Not Bene Soon Goodland Yill Ltse Its Hard-Woa Prestige. lis Reputation as a Go-Ahead, Get-l'p-and-Ilastle Sort of a Town Xeeils Con siderable Burnishing to ?Iake It Shiue us of Yore. That Goodland is losing much of its prestige as a trade center is a fact that admits of no dispute. Surrounding towns and trading posts are getting considerable business that should na turally come to this city, and not an effort is being made to reclaim that which is gone or to retain that which now coming here. The legarthy into which the business interests of the city were thrown dur ing the past two panicky years has not been entirely shaken off, the result has been that outlying towns have profited by Goodland's inactivity. Farmers claim that they can trade cheaper and get a better price for their products at surroundings towns than they can at Goodland. Whether these statements are correct or not, is a question that may be handled in the future, but it might be well t...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 13 September 1895

Ul.V sffl nnsnflnfli'iTiPiirvpf Earnest Appeal From One of the Platform' I'ouiiers. A Clalia TLst Success Can Ea Had if tho TvptUits Will SlaLa Some la tie Oeislia DeiaaEds and That Fcilura VTE1 Seult if XLey Are Not Hade. if -.the Populists of the country are wise, they will recognize vital condi tions and shape their actions accordingly. It cannot be denied that there is r. dangerous lethargy in the Populist ranks everywhere. Its national commit tee ia disorganized, partly as the result cf eel&h assaults upon ita chairman and executive committee, but chiefly be cause there is not that evidence cf the swelling of its ranks which it necessary to inspire a new organization with en thusiasm and the zeal which follows it. It is well known that in 1892 the party polled 1,000,000 votes. In 1894, two years later, the volume 'was swelled to 1,500,000 in ionnd numbers. If the organization had been wisely guided, it would have polled 4,000,000 votes, for the Democracy throughout the land...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 20 September 1895

VOL. 10. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING-. SEPTEMBER 20, 189 NO. 1. i. GOLD SHIPMENTS NOT ALARMING TREASURY OFFICIALS. Tie Condition of tha Gold Eeserve letter than Expected. Increased Rata of Iutereat Anticipated to Check tha Export of Gold tor Foreign Investment Offers of Gold from Basks Oil a Ki.iaii ca!e, and With Unacceptable Conditions Washington', Sepfe. 18. Reports to the treasury department show $250,000 m gold was withdrawn Tuesday from the eubtreasury at New York for export and that ?250,00U in gold was deposited by a Rochester bank, which offsets th3 withdrawals, leaving the true amount of the reserve at the close of business 135,382,528. Under normal conditions the treasury gains some gold nearly every day, as bank3 in all of the sub treasury cities prefer to exchange for notes any small amount cf gold they may take in over their counters, and especially if their coin reserve is in no need of replenishing. During the last few weeks the aggregate of these de posits has ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 20 September 1895

oobmnb IReoiibHc H. SIEWAET, - . . Pi&iisLer. TEEM.S OF SUBSCRIPTION". V?:e year , n oii uicuti? 75 Three hiotith . . . 40 Adfertiajji.jratei reasonable and liberal dia counts give-i ou extended contracts. Entered at tbe Poatolfice at Goodlaad, Kan., ror trajiFmiEsion throuM.1; tbemaiitj, as second c.ass mail matter. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. CALL lOIt PEOPLE'S PARTI' COUJiTY CONVENTION. A dob-gate conventiou of tbe People's party of Sherman county, Kan:-a.-, will be held in Good land, ia s-ald county, oa Saturday, Sept. "1, lit'o, nt 10 o'clock a, ra. for tbe purine of placing in noraiiiatioa candidates for the following oSice.-: SLeri3, eoroiier, county clerk, county treasurer, register of deeds, surveyor. The several voting precincts iu tbe county trill bo entitled to representation at said con tention as follows : Llano." .1 Lincoln 3 ShermanviHe :t Loan 5 Voltaire "iiWa.sliiugton ; Grant 7'Union ...4 Stat Line.. . 4ilowa '.I ....tiGoodland, 1st ward - yjGoodland, 2nd ward.. A ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 20 September 1895

HbsitiHiiK lUft UllUuLhiiU. An Iowa llau Desirous of Locating G29 Hers atOnco. A Mecthis Held Monday and Committees Appointed to Look After the Matter and 3Iake Arrangements for the Guarantee. 8,C00 Pounds of Milk Pr Day Wanted. Goodland will, ia all probability, have a creamery in the near future. Mr. Edward Barlow, cf averly, la., was in the city Monday looking for a location for a creamery, and was well pleased at the prospect. If 8,000 pounds of milk per day will be guaranteed, the estimated product of 500 cows, the en terprise will be opened as soon as the building can be erected, and the ma chinery put in place. It is understood that no bonus will be required with the exception of a site, which has already been generous ly offered by Mr. A. B. Montgomery. Monday evening a meeting was held at the office of the Goodkand Coal and Fuel company, to take such action as was necessary to establish the quantity of milk that could be obtained from the farms within a radius of 10 miles f...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 20 September 1895

Li xji V,'. j vf .ii. mmm TL . Isf&ss&ss Conspiracy Hatched By the - Baksrs Kust Se Coabatted. ?rt ef the Flot Carried Oat, and With the Help cf Cleveland and His Ueuten fcsts th TJilainy Is to Ba Completed. The Need cf UcselSsU Patriotism. Is'ever in the history cf the country has the need of tmeL:h patriotic-!!! been : jaore apparent lhau at the present mo ment. The cukimaiiuii of a most infamous conspiracy i.s iuteuded to he accomplish ed ia the Tery near futnre. During all the years in which tho greenback has bwn a mcst important factor iu our crareucy the hanking pow ers of the world have been engaged in antagonizing it. Thi.s wan commenced when $0,000, 000 of full legal tender was i.ssned in the early days of the late war. The.se treasury notes were receivable for all debts, were, in fact, money in every sense of the word. The government paid them out and accepted them back without reserve. They were as good as gold and never depreciated in value. This issue of notes f...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 27 September 1895

;--. 4 n iv. ha. 9. i;r-i I fci h f- ' N-' v -s V-- VOL. 10. OOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 27, 1895. NO. 5. r- f mmm nwm nil n il n un io uiiriUitLU ml. English Atheletes Badly defeated at Uan hattan Field. Tha Americans Proved Themselves Vast ly Superior to the Englishmen in Every Contest World Kecords Shattered ly the New York Team. New Yob x, 'Sept. 22. After month of capful preparation and considerabli expense the promoters of the interna tional athletic contest between the rep ; resentatives of the New York Athletic club and the London Athletic club were awarded with a beautiful day in which the supremacy of the Eritish or Ameri can athletes was to be decided. The ex treme of yesterday caused a good deal of anxiety to those most interested not cs account of its enervating effect on tii9 contestants, but the possibility of its being followed by a thunder and rain storm, which might destroy the track and infield so carefully prepared at Manhattan field. Run of 880 y...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 27 September 1895

f. H, STEWART, - - - PuiHsLer. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oae year $1 50 Ku months , 75 Tnree moDtlii.. i'j Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts gWen on extended contracts. Entered at the IVetoffice at Goodland, Kan., for transmission through the mails, as second cis.33 mail tiatter. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. lM:Oi.LE'S PAKTY TICKET. Fr County Clerk, i:. D. ADAMS. For County Treasurer, K. S. Kl'LOX. For SliruT. W. li. Dl'STlX. For Kecister of Dpo1s, JOHN V. MAXWELL. For Surveyor. (J. li. SHOOK. For Coroner, D. 1J. DINWIDDIE. For Commi.-isionpr Third District, O. M. FEE. The precious gold reserve has fallen to 805,000,000, and another issue of bonds stares the administration in the face. Gold leaves New York for Europe and silver leaves San Francisco for China and Japan. Thus is the United States milked from both sides. About 30,000 Indians are now en gaged in stock raising and farming. The remainder of the redskins are per iodically engaged in raising trouble for the governm...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 27 September 1895

mmmxm mm JUL uimiti mm iiMliii, The Populist Convention Pit Ken la tks Held That Ail Can Sapport. The Ncniiiie8 Men That Unjoy the Re spect and Confidence of Everyone and Competent to Conduct the Affairs cf the Office to Which They TTillJJe Elected. Comity Clerk , County Treasurer.. JUnii - Register of Deeds. Surveyor Coroner ...E. D. Adams ...II. S, RtXON ..V. E.Dustin n W, Maxwell ..Jo G. E. Shook L. B. DixwiDi'iE The People's party county conven tion met at the courthouse Saturday and put in nomination the above ticket Every precinct had full delegations present and also alternates and con stituents, who composed an audience that filled the commodious courtroom from wall to wall. The convention was called to order by the chairman of the central com mittee, E. D. Adams, and the call read. The convention then proceeded to business by electing A. B. Meade, chair man, and J. J. Knight, secretary, o the temporary organization. The chair then appointed the following com mittees: Perman...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 27 September 1895

THE GOOBMKD Ain'ifPi:;!ftTirTnr!ll)V'' liULU LLfii IhU I ti I KtFtOUH I . HsTrlisg, Eleatin and of the Pcsti ferons Gang. Thsrs Ai Sc-vertil Varieties ef TLis la ect, but They All Jlouth. tbe Same Lia tardaafc Chact, Which Is Lined 02 tj lis Sleekest and Laziest. Special Correspondence. What is that afulDcise? It is tha wail of a goldbug. Why is tbe goldbng wailing and mak iug that awful noise? Listen, and you will hear. He seems to say "Gold is leaving the treasury." Is that what he says? That is what ha says. Why does the goldbug weep and wail and make that awful sound when gold is leaving the treasury? That depends on the kind of goldbug he is. Are there many kinds of goldbug? Yes. What are some of the principal kinds? The hanker, the journalist, the politi cian, the euperstiticnist and the parrot. Do they all weep and wail and make that awfal noise when gold is leaving the treasury? Yes; to some extent, but the journal' ists play the part of chief mourners. Why do they do it? Fo...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 4 October 1895

?1 -N J- VOL. 10. OOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 4, 1895. NO. G. iii An Imperial Edict Issnei Compiyicg With British Demands. Crisis leirsnding In Chica, In?o?Iii Naval Demonstration by the Fritlslt Fortes, Is Abandoned IndereDilett In vestigation Into the Cheng To Kiots. London, 0:t. 1, A dispatch from Peking to Reu tor's agency confirms the news given out by the British foreign office that the decree has already been published in tho Peking Official Gazette ordering that Lin. viceroy of Szeehuen. be stripped of his rank lor failing to protect the missionaries in his district and that he be not again permitted to hold office. The Peking dispatch adds that the French minister to China de manded reparation for mission outrages on French subjects. The Times pub lished a dispatch from Berlin which says that the Chinese have informed Germany that the .leaders of the attack upon the German mission at Swaata have been arrested and measures will be taken to arrest others concern...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 4 October 1895

t ' fc: ' r '. IU 5IEWAET,. - P&fclisfcor. TEJ1M3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. o j car $i 50 r' ruouiha " 'XVtren -months ., 40 Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis cuujits givou on extruded contracts. Tutored at the Postoffica at Gorxlland, Ran., for tru:ii:oijioa tnrouxa the mails, &s second tlass tuail matter. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. rOPLIiS PAUTY TICKET. For County Clerk, K. D. ADAMS. For Count v Treasurer, H.s. KULON. For fbfrifT, W. K. JJUST1X. For 15 eipNter of Dewls, JOHN W. MAXWELL. For Surveyor, (f. K. SHOOK. For Coroner, D. Ji.DINWIJJDlE. For Commissioner Third District, O. M. FEE. The gold forces have further uncov ered their intentions by coming out boldly for the destruction of the green backs. Evidently tho money that paid the bills in time of war is not good en ough for them. Coksidebaele space is devoted by Kansas papers to th8 great corn srop that is alleged to have this year grown on Kansas soil. But at VI cents the profit is an unknown quantity and the farmer ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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