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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 20 February 1879

?". e V ? SK gssB5g5BgBB-sis J Mr ,9 : r W i SOL. MILLEB, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER, VOLUME XXH.-NU3IBER 36.J Mtt Mtx). THE CRUTCH IK THE CORNER. bt jonx m'istosh. Why. Mllv, your room is as cold aa tbe bat We-bad by the ivtmp and th elver; Wbeti w loat oar alajor and Tim, you know. And forty mora with the fever. "Well. Ton. old comrade. It's hard nougb, Bat the beat t time knock trader ; There' nary stick of wood In the hoase, Sat that cmtch In the corner yonder. Sorry I TUted f Don't ask me that, Tom; If the flax was again in dancer, I would aim a con with thla aching stamp At the foe, were be brother or atranger. Bat I y, ought a wound from a ahot or a shell. Or pistol ballet, by tbander 1 Forever doom a poor fellow to want, TnUtUaVartotW.f jgMuleci- That crutch, my comrade, aught erer to be A draft at sight on the nation. I'm honor, respect, and a friendly band. For clothing and quarters and ration. Td sooner hare kicked the backet twice e'er. By a ahell or a roond ten poonder. Than ...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 20 February 1879

ifee nu$B$ $luct SOJL.. JIItitiER, Ertltor. TROY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : February 20, 1879. Should not Pass. The lawyers are itroggHog manfoHy for tbeir riglita, and to throw off the yoVe of oppression. A bill is now before tbe Lcjislatnre, amending tbe laws so as to give the lawyers the right to designate in what news paper Sheriff's sales shall be published, in cases in which they are the attorneys. It was intro dnced by Charles II. Miller, of Leavenworth, whose paper doos not receive the Sheriff's pat ronage, and bcnce be wants the lawyers to con trol it. It would make bnt little difference to onrself, personally, how the law was arranged. We think it woaM bs to oar aivaatage to hare tbe law as the bill proposes to make it. Bnt for all that, the bill should not become a law. When a case goes into of tbe hands of the Sher iff, be becomes responsible. lie assumes all risks in effecting a legal sale, and making every thing conform to the laws the lawyer takes no risk at all. The Sh...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 20 February 1879

UdKSSBSSflafc. - Jt.-JVf. Rr t' & foril gtottMe?. THE KANSAS CHIEF. SOL MILLER, Publisher. Torms: Tiro Dollar a Teak. if Autabte. Payment aboald be made atrictly in advance ; otherwise, the rate oftSper year will be charged, at the discretion or the Publisher. The extla dollar will in Bo caae be exacted, except when unreaaonable delaTiaraade Inpayment, or unnecessary trouble la given. It la alwaya best to hare a clear under standing with the Publisher, when time la desired. 1 mo. 1 3 mo. 1 6 mo It year. One Square... ...... Two Square. ...... .... Three Squares ........ QuartcroraColumn.... Half a damn.... ...... One Column. ........... ts.oo 7.00 10.00 15.00 25.00 40 00 17.00 10.00 17.00 Z3.M 40.00 75.00 110 00 17X0 35.00 40 00 75.00 150.00 4 CO 7.00 10 00 IS. 00 23.00 For any other length of time, in accordance with the We rates, which apply onlv to rernlar advertising. Business earda of 5 linea or less. t5 a year. Tor lepd and transient advertisement, tl per square tr the fir...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 20 February 1879

ilteeful nud (Stations. About Cards and Rote Paper far 1878. An unmarried lady's card is 3 by 2 inches. A married lady's card 3 by 2J inches. The most fashionable form fur a gentleman's rani is comparatively small, 3 by If inches, or even a little nnder. All invitations are printed on white paper. Wedding invitations are on octavo note, or even smaller note paper. Visiting cards are perhaps a trifle larger in size than a year ago, and of pnre ivory, white card. Tbe largest form is nsed for husband and wife, and is cnt 4 by 2J inches. It reads, for example, "Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roe," with tbe address "14 Fortescne Square" in tbe lower Tight-hand corner. Invitations to parties and receptions are printed on white note, medium size, and like wedding invitations, in script. They may as sume several forms, tbe plainer the better. Fashionable note paper is either smooth or rough, unruled, and in faint tints of steel grey, cream, dove, (a light shade of silver grey) or pure white. Ladies u...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 27 February 1879

S T"Svz .V ," J5-" SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS$2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. VOLUME XXII.-NUMBER 37. TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1879. WHOLE NUMBER, 1.129. she vPfidyw mi II Jliilnr t IL s. ss t i V Vf s &Mit Itoettti. THE CITV OF THE LIVING. In loDg-Tanlafatd j.e, who Tarted itory Xo record bu to-day. So long 2o expirM Its grief and Rlory There flourished, faraway. In a broad realm wbc-vo beauty paaed all measure, A city fair and wide, Wherein the dwellers llred in peace and pleasure, And nerer any died. Disease and pain and death, those stern marauders. Which mar oar world's fair face, Xerer encroached upon the pleasant borders Of 1 hit bright dwelling place. Xo fear of parting sod no dread of dying Could erer enter there Xo mourning for the lost, no anguished crjing. Made any face less fair. 'Without the eitr. wall, doth reigned as erer, M And grares rose side by side Within, the dwellers laughed at bis endearor. And nerer a...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 27 February 1879

He fcw$HjS Kef. SOL. 3IIt.t.-EJR, . Editor. TROY, IJANSAS: Thursday, t : : Febrnary 27, 1879. Democratic Doctrine. Before the Democracy bad an organ In this County, the Ckitf gave them room for notices, communications, etc, on party business; and since the collapse of. their organ, we shall grant tbem the same privilege. Mr. Heushall, this TrceV, lays down a synopsis of the princi ples of the party. Wc cheerfully give him the pace, and thank bira for the contribution ; for it is better for the Republican party than any thing else wc could publish. We tbns prove, by n Democratic witness, the truth of the charg es that Republicans have made, that the Demo cratic party is the same old Bourbon organiza tion that it has been fur generations, entertain ing the same principles that precipitated the Sontb into rebellion, and which the people of the United Suites have repudiated for the last twenty yean. This platform was originally laid down by Ben. Hill, of Georgia, a rebel Gen eral; and a...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 27 February 1879

'JU1. ji.W.H, Wte'iVUf W " v- ji ! , I I r ii 3 : fal glattw?. THE KANSAS CHIEF. BOL. MILLER, Fnbllaher. Tonn: ImDouiUA Tjua. is Advaxcx. Payment should e mid. strictly In advance r otherwise, the rata of S3 per year will b charged, at the discretion of the Publisher. The cxtu dollar will to bo cue be exacted, except when unreasonable delay ia made la payment, or unnecessary trouble la given. It la always beat to hare a clear under standing with the Publisher, when time la dealred. -A.ca,TroarttTl3txg; Hates; lno,J3no, Sno 1 y ear. One Square tiSO 13.00 17.00 110X0 TwaSquarr -00 7.00 10.00 17.00 ThreeSqoarea 7.00 10.00 17.00 23.00 Quarter of Column 10.00 13.00 23.0 40.00 Haifa. Colnmn 13.00 23.00 40.00 73.00 One Column 23.00 40.00 73.00 130X0 For any other length of time. In accordance with the above rates, which apply only to regular xdvertlalng. Boalneta card of 3 tiocs or less. t3 a year. For legal snd transient advertisements, $1 per square Itr the first insertion, and SO centa ...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 27 February 1879

gg tft gumtx. Si&jiiB 8Uat Making. Though ntdny lltljUt ito better, Mr. Editor, with yonr permission, I will essay to reply to the inquiry in the Gazelle in reference to angar talking, RlviDK my experience. I have been ae ctutomeOto working in a sugar orchard eTery season, since I was old enongb to tpill the sap from the large troughs. The latter were made by splitting poplar logs into pieces of the prop er size. Each piece, two or three feet in length, bewu out, wonld bold some three gallons of sap. In my early efforts to empty the sap into a bucket, to convey it to the boiler, the ground often receired the. lion's share. Woodea poplar troughs have, however, been superseded by wooden buckets or earthen pans, at the tree, and the cisterns at the furnace by hogsheads or boxes. A part of the orchard we now work has been tapped for over fifty years, and most of the trees remaining from the days of yore give as large a flow of sap Uwisy, as trees tapped for the first time, and the s...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 6 March 1879

rril . k? s 3 SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND FUBLISHEB. J THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. , TERMS-$2.00 PER ANNUM, IX ADVANCE. VOLUME XXIX-OTMBER 38.1 TROT, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1879. WHOLE NUMBER, 1,130. Wat IGmftj ill r r L 1 11 7 V (&Mtt ttttX. LOCKS OP HAUL ( The following -vUiii-m appeared, mDj year c. In the rot Corner of & CaanaaUa aewapapcr. Wm think that all -vh read them, will at once pronounce then worthy of pre emtioa. J YonT often heard me promt, Fred, On day to tell yon where. And from what preclona beads, I ahred Theae treaaared lock ot hair. Well, now, the time ha come at laat; Your birth-day feaUral Itaa blithely come and awiftly panVd, And job aball know them mil. Twelre years hare fleeted, since I bow'd In tearlea crlef my knee lmide onr djinjj aire, and row'd A parent care for thee ; And I reaember how yoa tried, TUleren the menial wept, 'Te wake ar-U2ies when hftdUd, And said, "be only alept. Theahort, corl'd lock, half dark, half ffray, I clip. It from b...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 6 March 1879

lie Itasiw Chief. SOL. MTT.lYfsR, Eaitor. TROY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : March 6, 1879. NtJUBEIt TwKSTT-FllTC Tlie Highland Senti nel, we nnderaUnd, lias snccamWl, for tho pres rnt, at least. So wo learn from a letter in the St. Joseph Gazette, written by a person who bad been eniplnjeil in the Sentinel office, wbo says that tbe paper ba suspended. This makes the 25th newspaper death in the County ; and now, fur tbe first time in seventeen years, the Chief in the only paper pnulUhed in tbe County. Since the Spring of 162, there has been another pa per at some town in the County, besides tbe Chief. We pmumo it will not be long nntll some one else makes a venture, impressed with tbe belief that there Is wraith in Doniphan Connty for two or three newspapers. Bat until that time, tbe Chief will try to give all the news, and to do justice to all localities and all parties. Those wbo want a County paper, but bare a dislike to helping the Chief along, might sub scribe for three months, or...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 6 March 1879

r-"4" I i L to I focal $Mtx$. 6 ;THE KANSAS CHIEF. SOL. MILLER, TPnblUhcr. Termai Two Dollar a Year, is AnvaxcK. Payment should o mad strictly la advance ; other Ie. tlir rate c.fsr3 per ''r"l be chsrj;ol. at the discretion of the Publisher. ton tu dollar will In no our be exacted. rl when nureaaonable delaviainatle Inpayment, or unnecessary t rouble U Elrrn. It la always best to have a clear under staudlng with the Publisher, nhcntluir la deadrr. -A-dxrox-tislxxe aLa,tos : 1 1 tuo. 3 cio. 6 mo I year. One Square I iZM POO 7.00 110.00 TwnSquarrs J 4.00 7.00 10.00 17.00 TkrreSnnarea I 7.00 10X0 17.00 2S.00 QnsrtcroraColumn ,10 00 IS 00 ES.M 40.00 HalfaColamn 13.00 25.00 I 4aoo 15.00 On Column 25 00 40.00 I 75.00 1SO.0O 'or any other length of time. In accordance, with the above rates, which apply only to rrcnlaradvertlsln;:. Jlnaineaa carda if 5 line or lea. t5 a year. For Icral and transient advertisements, 1 per ao,nare for the first Insertion, and 50 centa per aonare for each subs...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 6 March 1879

Tmgg" 1 0 flic gmm. WWAJWKVUWWWJwwAl 1 kstttta ttfront n. Garden for the ranur. W. II. K. writes ont a few hint in the Fan and Fireside, rt-lativo to ttie arrangement of a garden for I lie farmer: There ought to be a good garden on every farm. Not a little space fenced in, with or with, out pickets, so small that all the cnltivatiou, exctpt the plowing, must be done by hand. There should be not less than half an acre. Let this be long and narrow, so that almost all the cultivation can be dona with a horse. Set apart one hundred feet of the cud nearest the bonse fur small fruit. Then a strip four paces wide; also one at the farthest end of the garden, upon which to torn when cnlti rating with the horse. Keep the strips in grass, or plant with potatoes. Lay oft" a path eight feel in width from the honse to the main garden. Plant no fruit trees within the inclosnre. The asparagus beds which need no after col tivation should be the first ones as yon enter the garden. A single row plante...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 13 March 1879

i M&jt SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TERMS-S2.00 PER ANNUM, IX ADVANCE. VOLUME XXII.-NUMBER 39.5 TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1879. WHOLE NUMBER, 1,331. the V.? l- B aa. laaa. aWIbb. bMsbTs. wwfwf . . ft.-,-! .' a a If i v f t lmt 0rfri. THE WIFE'S APPEAL. BT VUTrUlA II. BT-WABT. Come sear me, let roe lay raj bind Once more upon thy brow. And let me whisper In thine ear, Love'a last and fondest tow. The tins that breathe these trembling words, "(VIII soon be cold In deatb. And thy dear cheek can feel no more Their warm and loving breath. I pa from thee : God onl j knows IIow 1 hare longed to stay How I have shuddered thus to tread The lone and ehadow'a waj. Faith tells me that I soon may know The Jots the bleated find. .And vetl falter, while I cast A ltng'rinz look .behind. I see thoe bowed before me bere. In bitterness and tears, Bnt 1 can leare thee something still. To light thy weary years. Younz, tender forms will cl!n2 to thee. P...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 13 March 1879

7 M. B&e $au$asi GDluef; SOL. MIIXER, Eaitor. TBOY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : March 13, 1879. GeBaine Democratic Decliiae. Another of oar Democratic friends arails him self onr offer of npce, to set forth the true Dem ocratic faitb. We think It is a good thing that we opened our columns for this nse. A state ment of orthodox Democracy by those who are believers in It, will do more than we conld say to convince the people that Democracy is not the thing they want. This last document enters into a defence of the rebellion, and impudently compares it to the rebellion of the Revolution. It was rather the rebellion of Lncifer, who set op a govern ment of Hell, because bo was in a minority in Heaven, and could not rule there. The Revolutionary rebellion was entered into, because people were taxed, and denied a Toice in making the laws they were compelled to obey. For years, they remonstrated, and peti tioned, and begged; but each petition was fol lowed by more oppressive and insulting...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 13 March 1879

2532: ".WfcMJDcijjS -!v-t ; -.mri. roip. j- ggy. ryf - ?-SJ?r'--' - ag" ' i , rji, ' ,"SEEtSW5 -i--1 i "' "M-4&TvT . ?sy- - ' i v ! fr ffl P i s r r . v"" jm total gpnttws. PAY US A VISIT, AND THK VISIT WILL l'AY YOU. MIR HARNESS EMPORIUM, ST. JOSEPH. I wish to call the special attention of Merchant, ranner,and Everybody else in Doniphan County,to my large atari: of Fine Buggy and Carriage and MEDIUM HARNESS, - which' I oficx at price down to Bed Rock. Thelarg fl tock of good la 8t. Joseph in this branch of trade, always on band. SPECIALTIES: XXT3S HIAH.NSS8, Ladies' and Gents' Saddles. Pay us a visit when in St. Joseph, and sec our splen did Spring Stuck, whether yon want to buy or not. 1 also call attention to my stock of TRUNKS, VA LISES, anil TRAVELLING BAGS, all of winch I soTd at reduced prices. SUFLITE., Cor. Eighth and Frederick Avenue, ST. JOSEPH. Man b 13, 1879 wl. SPECIAL XOTIVES. A CARD. 'To all who are suffering from the errors anil indis cretion of youth, nervous w...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 13 March 1879

$ the lamer. WVMMV rarlf VejetaAIea. By the time this comes before the readers it will be none too early to start, or rather to sow seeds of cabbage, tomatoes, etc, in boxes in the boose. If sown in shallow boxes and cmmA bat slightly they will soon come np, and the; uuxci mu ub casuj- nanaiea irom toe window of a cold evening, and there again in the Bora- tog; each day reversing the side next to the' window so as to keep the plant straight. By tbe time the weather is fit to set the plant in a cold frame, they will bare quite a start, and to have these things several weeks earlier than oar neighbors is quite a lnxnry. Bat with a little trouble and care every one who has land can have these things thns ad vanced. Early peas, lettuce, and radishes can be sown as soon as the ground has dried off to be worked. Fat tbe peas about three inches deep, and tbe frost ill not likely tonch them any more, and even if it dees it will not hart them. Badish seeds need not be covered more than half ...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 20 March 1879

1 H THE CONST1T U "HON AND THE UNION. TERMS-12.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. SOL. MILLEB, EDITOB AM) PUBLISHER. ' - - Wcdtb II Jllllnr p f': . ft V , . , J l I" k- 'i I i X w v. VOLUME XXII.-NUMBER 40.1 Choice STANZAS WiUITKH IN A CATHEDBAL. BT T. K. tiriVET. How load, amid these silent alslea, lly quiet footstep falle Where words. Ilk ancient chronicles. Are scattered o'er tlie walls! A tbonsand pli.ntoma seem to rise Ileneatb mr lightest tresd. And echoes brio? me bsck replies From bomes that bold the dead. Death's harvest of a thousand years llare here beta gathered In The vintage where the wine was tears. The laboring was sin ; The loftiest passions and the least, I,le aleeping aide by aide. And Lore has reared its staffof rest Beside the grave of Pride 1 Alike o'er each, alike o'er all. Their lone memorisls ware: The banner on the scnlptured wall. The thistle o'er the grave .Each, herald like, proclaims the style And bearing of its dead ; Dot hangs a moral all the while Above each ...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 20 March 1879

Me $mm tiH. UOH,. MIXX-EK, Editor, TROY, KANSAS: ThHrsday, : : : : March 20, 1879. The Beat fVe COBld Do. U'e bear intimations that there It some dis satisfaction became the Cklef, in the first place, did not j-ira aalScient mention of the work be ing done by the member from th's C anty in the Legislature; and secondly, becanse we gare others credit that belonged to them. Xotr, if anybody conld hare done better, ire want to hear from them, after stating the facts. We conld not afford to hire a special correspondent ntTopelca; and for any person to figure oat from the reports published in the Common vealtk, what was being done, would hare been harder than translating Chinese. If one gare his nndirided attention to these reports, he may hare got a rngne idea of what was going on, bat nothing more. Xot a member of tho Leg islature from this Coonty sent ns as much as the "scratch of a pen" daring the entire session, except one who wrote a rery brief reply to a letter on a bntineM matter...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 20 March 1879

- v f i 1 - fc "Bowl glitttcM. PAY US A VISIT, and Tnr. VISIT WILL PAT YOU. SRITE'S HIRNESS EMPORIUM, ST. JOSEPH. I wish to call the special attrntion of Merchant, Fanners.and Everybody else io Doniphan Countjr,to ray largo stock of Fine Buggy and Carriage and MEDIUM HARNESS, w hich I offer at prices down to Bod Rock. The larg est stock of goods ia St. Joseph ia thU branch of lrmle, always on band. SPECIALTIES: PINE BXHTSSS, Ladies' and Gents' Saddles. Pay ua a visit when in St. Joseph, ami ate our spten lld Spring Stock, whether yon want to bay or not. I also call attention to mj atock of TRUNKS, VA LISES, and TRAVELLING BAGS, all of wbichls anld at reduced prices. 3V. SZFLITE.., Cor. Eighth and Frederick Avenue, ST. JOSEPH. Man U 13, 1879 w I. SPECIAL XOTIVES. A CARD. To all who are suffering from the errors and indis cretions of youth, nervous 'weakness, early decay, loss of manhood, ic, I will send a recipe that will cure you. FREE OK CHARGE. Thin great remedy was discovered by ...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 20 March 1879

jt jot the Jatmer. HINTS FOB THE ftPHIXG. Spmxo Wobk. The first work Is to replace fences laid by the winterstortns. There is noth ing caiued by plowing too early. The soil should be dry before a furrrow fa turned. Ma nure may be drawn oat; stones can be gather ed from frozen ground when the warmth of the ann has loosened them. Lay Plans for the year without delay. The fore-handed man works to irrcat advantage. Ho loses no time; everything is done at the proper moment. IIibed Hex. Hired men are now engaged to brcin work April 1st. The season usually con sists of 8 or 9 months, leaving the men idle about one quarter of the year. It is well for employers to consider if they cannot afford to give steady employment. There is work to be done at ail seasons, 11 sought tor. Dry Feet. The change of weather often ex poses men working in the open air to great risks. To keep the feet dry is very necessary. A well-drained barnyard is one preventive of wet feet, and weariog rubber boots whenever...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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