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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 January 1881

....,- 'rvMvi'tU'VPR'Vr a3"'- to!5 ''I . ,5"'V"y&fpvjriri'?VH T ; -X-' ;tr T -Si THE DODGE CITY TIMES. SCBSaUfTlOSi MOOftrTfar, U Aanam. NICHOLAS B. KLAINE, - Editob. SEW YEAICS CELLS. nic.tiels, ring. 7ithyoiir mellow din! Wmrthouid car nut and the Ncwie.irlnl JJke tbo oIcr of birds from the old gray I.ct your silvery mu'le rl'o hlirhcr and hlzncr; Floating abroado'or the hillside twro In b.Ilows of sound on the tremulous atr, Lc: it rise and fKll with tho fitrul pole; Till over rltv and wood tho tale: Say that ti-nl-ht the Old arl!es! Hid tho watch?! look to tho r-i-tern sties, 'or tho beautiful balo that tells afar Of the welcome rUe of the New ear's star I King tho Old Year out, with Its slgh3 and Its withering heart-aches and tireRomo fears; way with its memories of doubt and wrong. Its cold deceits and Its cm Tin strung, lis arrogant prldo and lis errors dcne. All Its pitiful shams and cnl 1 prctene. Wo will bean them together and bind them fast To tbe oil min's load as ho...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 January 1881

K THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. JAN. 1. KUBSOniTJON: (1 CO per yesr. In advance. H. W. KLAI1VK, Ed I tar aw rsthllafcer. Extebxd attuk PoerorriCE at Dodge City, Kakux, as secod-clas8.Mail MATTEK. In Waihington ii is Rtner.ll understood lht Blame i to be Stcretarj of State and Fill'7 Pu-imi.t-rOrrcial under Qti6eld. A li'l bii trrn ir.lruductd io the Senate to nuke Mew M lico a Suir. This I. the title of ib mea-urr, Ixit the rial object ia to Stake Lw'Wltsce a Senator. A Mfechu-eil tnsn n brarging that one of ibe lexling politicians of that 8.ai alw.va.aWk hand, with a mil. Jaii tie CXni.ec iccit mar, "So doea a lub-ter." De-cd liora-ih ae "nice young man" Who at.nd on the fleet eoreera and sidew.lka ol Las V-g i and rq-iirl tobacco saliva oer the pavecreala 0,itic Theaarnwtsof the A cbi.on,Topeke and g.nia Fe nd for I860, wliich aggregve over IS.fiOO.OCO, show niarveloue develop ment ia iiroaresa in tbe souibwerL A. sooi es Ibe Aichioi, Toka A Sen'a Fe farm, a junction...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 January 1881

- 4 'r tr- !- . - Z ', he- "Wof m -? ff K? ' f-. j- XT KS- "- Fir " " TDODGE CITY TIMBB.p!XrS.T2 winter in an unfavorable plies od lost om half or two-ihirJi of his flick; bet it the end of three vears when he cime lo bal- li nee his book, he foatd that the remnan of bis bsnd had done so well that Lil pro! it had beaab3nt2S per cent, avtarcnhi original investment. STATE PRIDE! Should Compel us to take the Leading Paper of Kansas. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. JAN-1. WOOL GKOttlNU IN MONTANA. The Weft ii becoming no'1 wo01 growing r.gior. The growth of sheep aid ll0 is beirg mended in all the Halt. ar.d Uni'ories wed of ihe Min'esippl river. The terti-orj of Montata h.s not shared in the uciiem.nt or mininj iioVtrv like Dsnv of the western territories; but it I optnirg up othir field of indus-rr and wealth compared with which the mining camps of Arinni. Colorado and New Hel lo are of wj nu" imt ortarce. Ten jean ago, it is true, Montana w known enWasa prtmi.ing gold mining region. Tb.ra were...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 January 1881

u -a HOME, FARM AM) GAKDE5. Buckwheat Cake?. One quart of buckwheat, one toaspoonful of salt, two tablespoonfnh of Indian meal, one of molasses: i ut In tepid water to make a battcr. w itu yeast sufficient to make them 1' vt; compressed is the best. To we.v the Skin. Make a stron 11 mion by steeping oak bark in water, i'o cash quart of the infusion mix four drachma of powdered alum. Apply the infusion to the back with a sponge before saddling and after the saddle U removed daiiy. A'. Y. World. Fkosteu Aitix Pie. Lino a pie tin with pulT paste. Slice in apples, suar them and add a little butter, no water, and a little lemon essence or juice. ISakc. and when done, spread a thick floating of beaten egg and sugar over it, return to the oren till the frosting is "warmed through. Tub best w.iy to preparo a new iron kettle for use is to fill it with clean po tato parings; boil them for an hour or more, then wash the kettle with hot water, wipe it dry, and rub it with a littlolard, repeat t...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 January 1881

Tke Talie f S-H TUagf. We have often spoken of the conTen ienco and value of a small tool-house, -which should be found upoh the prem ises of every farmer, in which, on rainy days or whenever there may be a dy or a part of a day when there is nothing particular on haud to goat, implements and machinery oufof repair might bo mended and made ready for use. Or, in the event of anything happening when in operation, and at times, too. 'when the work is hurrying, which would caue delay, we can always have at hand the necessary tools to mend it im mediately and g on with the work without "much delay, and thus accom plish what there is to do in the speci fied time. We have often heard a farmer say that he fully expeeted to have done a certain field or plowing or mowing, etc., if it had not been for that stone, stump or root breaking some portion of the machinery, to repair which he liad to send two miles off, when it ought to have been done by himself on his own premises in half an hour or ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 January 1881

1h X n Is?, LOCAL NEWS. TlflK TABTLE-A., T. l, V. U.K. GOtXO WZflT. raisingcr .Si, a.x. iMFrngrr, au !-., raittDftr.Jti'.A.M, rnsir. li Ur.M rtljlit -,-MT.u trcigtl 7no aji l-'r..liti1 Vll if IrtisU .'.. 1:13 a k. "Ibis is the day ou nbicb you will "awearofi." The Christina eve ojster supper did not pan cut financially. Monday and Tuesday mornings were aloot ILe coldest of tlio season. A number of our citizens lost their bouse plants t j the severe cold of Tuesday eight. Tbe Legislature of this Slate will meet, at tbe Capital, ou tbe ltlb of January, pros. Tbe Dodge City boja and girls have en joyrd tbo rare treat of stating. Some bruited beads are reported. The Podge City Public Scboolsare closed for I be holidays. School will ojieu again MondayJannary loib. Tbe OkUusvbaiadersnrergradually Dmhiiiiijray, tottVpjrotniad laud. riotbwiUistiSdftjC thVfrpiVis; forbidden. ,Tbr r degrees belojj'icrDTucsday moru iugVtno. degrees 'collier than Monday morning. 1 hero was a alight snow fall Mo...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 January 1881

.: DODGE CITY TIMES. VOL. TIL DODGE CITY, KANSAS, JAN- 8, 1881. NO. 34. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. W. F. MASON, PIIVSIC1 AND HL'ICREO.X, DODGE CITV. KAV S Orders mav be lelt at Jrrinjrer's Drop: Store. Residence eouth of new public school home. Leonard Y- Loriug, M. D. A. S. Chouteau, M. D-, SURGEONS AND PHYSICIANS, DODGE CITV, KM. Office: Vcond At., a'ljolninj: Fringct'a Drug Store. OEHe Hour, way anu nigm. 8FE1RETILLR, KA. Office t II M Clark's Lii.I Office. Office hours, Saturdays II) a. m. to 3 p.m. H. M. CLAM, Notary Public and Justice of the Peace, SPEAREVII.LK. K1U. Particular ultention (tlvm to buainru la the U.S. Land Office. Col! edto. cttona rroniptljr attend. CErtTE.WIAl. BAB.BBK HBP. HENRI" KOCH. Proprietor. having. 8hamwoin-and Hair CuittingdoneHi the latest tiuulon. HERMAN J. FRINGER, DEALER IN Drags, Medicines, Chemicals AND PERFUMEUTi Toilet Goods. Brushes. Sponges, Dye StuITt I'alnu. OiU, Etc. DODGE CITV. KANSAS. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, DIBB9 AND MTOTBS. M. COLLAR Keeps co...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 January 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. Sl'BSCMITIOX : fi 00 p-r Tr, in Adrun. NICHOLAS 15. KLAIX1V, - Editor.. FllOil EXILE. Laon, than he broke off all relations with her, and became engaged to a Mile. Laloi, the daughter o? a wealthy landowner of the vicinity. This was too much for the wronged girl, who moved at once to the village near which her rival dwelt, and warned her faithless lover that misfortune would come to him if he persisted in wedding his new sweetheart. Accord ingly, on the day when the Laloi family ami Picart met to draw up the mar riage contract, Virginie, half mad, burst into the room where the party was as sembled, and interrupted the notary, crying out, "This marriage will never take place. Never!" Heart remained impassive. A few days later, on the morning of the last day of April, 1SS0, Picart left Vcndresse, the village whero he lived, for Lai m. to buy some wedding pres ents for Mademoiselle Laloi, who was to accompany him. Not far from his home he heard a woman's voice cal...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 January 1881

4 THE DODGE CITY TIMES. SIBSCKIPTION: $2 00 pr Tear, In Adraiec NICHOLAS B. KLAIXE, - Editor. THE LOXU DREAM. Thk summer will come with a fresh per fume When nil the brown leaesnrelvinjr. And the windy air witn a liluh and bl nm, l.ikoa -hutil h'on through n silken loom. In the delicate foliage laying. The morninv will (rather its colors anew. As nevt as a jr Irish promise. Of jfu'cn. antl xol leu. and m-e. ant blue, lo eaelreb violets nut of the dew As bright us the ones stolen from us. As I lie at case In my last rt?poe. All the lieanty nUmt me jnnen. LI e thciinninof cense th it fnwanl flows, I shall feel fn the Mu-h that dyes the rose And tboicerni when lis husk is cloven. .Ami the rootlets Ami their way nnder-tr round Through the toil- of the reason's malice. Till I know how the toll of sense is wound Totho fur-oQ ftarsin thrdepths profound. Where Earth seems a golden iwiUce. Hut you will not know of the watch I keep here the tt.w of th"? senses all pass. Like a dreamer, who be...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 January 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. JAN. 8- SErtSCIMTIOJf : (2 00 per year, in advance. W. B. KI.AlJtE.EilHoriindPMblli.lifr. Entebed attueFostofficeat Dodcje City, Kansas, as secosimxass Mail MATTER-! They are beginning to use Indian corn in Englatd instead of bailey to make milt. Jf the experiment proves to be practical, it will ciDe ao increased demand for American corn, and lamer will always have a lilac to put their surplus grain. From all part of Central Illinois come re ports cf the i xistence of waif r famine. Tlie extreme cold weather followed close upon a lorg and remiikab'y dry summer and fall. Walls hare nearly all gore dry, and what little water waa left in running streams ia frozen solid. The want of water ia felt alike by man and beast. The Mexican extension of the Atchison Toptka & Sinta Fe road is now prona-in; frotn both f nda as fart as men and money can do it. There baa been alreaJy enough material lande 1 from Teasels at Guaymas, on the Pacific coast...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 January 1881

. - THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. JAN. 8. THE WHISKEY LAW. HOW DBIHEERS WILL (JET THEIR DRUC3 18 SFITE OF TIIE AMENDXEST. The whisky amendment hiring carried, tod the temperance men having a m-jorilj in both tranches of the LegieU'orr, it is pnsamable that vigorous law will be en acted to enforce the amendment. It has now become a qu slion as to how the drinkers will get their drams From what we bare heard we surmi-e that the following plan will be expensively adoptid throughout the S:atc: The tipplers will form themselves into club, adopt a constitution and bj-liwe, elect a prisdnr, superintendent, eecre arr, treas urer, etc, rent a rocm, pot in their liquors and ea:h member can repair there atd drink whentver lie (eels sa dispnetd. No one will be allowed in bjt thosi who are membf n of the societr. The law could not touch this atociation, because you car.not puni h a man for usiog what belongs to him, rd as each member would be a share holder in the elect, he wunlJ b...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 January 1881

. IIoit tons Man May LIw. It was I'rof. Uufcland's opinion that tho limit of possible human life might bo set at 200 years. This on the gen eral principle that the life of a creature is eight times the years of its period of growth. That which is quicklv formed quickly perishes, and the earlier com plcto development is reached the soon er bodily decay ensues. More women reach old age than men, but more men attain remarkable longevity than wom en. Some animals grow to be very old. Horned animals live shorter lives" than those without horns, fierce longer than timid, and amphibious longer thau tho-o which inhabit the air. ihe voracious pike exists, it is said, to an age of ISO years; the turtle is good for a hundred years or more; ami among birds the golden eagle is known to have lived nearly 20u years, while the fly and somber crow reaches the venerable age of a century. Passing up in the scale of life to man, and (kipping the patri nrchs, we find many recorded instatices of longewty...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 January 1881

Jefferson's Republican Slnpllclrr. A writer on"Ili$toric Washington" in the Washington Star recalls the fol lowing customs of earlier days at the capital: "With the introduction of the purely republican ideas of Thomas Jefferson, when he rose from the office of Vice-President to that of President, the pomp of the ' court' came to an end. He abolished at once tho weekly levees. Fashionable society railed, but the great Republican was inflexible the levees were not restored. As to dinners, he preserved tho old Virginia style of free and easy hospitality. He kept at the Presidential mansion alout eleven col ored servants and a French coot, a French steward, and an Iri-li coachman. His bill in the Georgetown market atcr aged So a day for the use of his table. Ihe President's 'mansion' was convert ed into a general rendezvous and free club. Xo etiquette was required or ob served at these dinners beyond the forms of ordinary good breeding. The whole code of proceedure was abrogat ed. The ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 January 1881

LOCAL NEWS. TIJIK WBLE-1., T. . V. UOIXG XuaT. rtigir..lcMA.i. I'sajenjrer. 1: ur.u. Jfl" 7:30 r x. tfrelgu 7:00 am B.K. coma wzst. raksm?rr..3i3A.x. l'usenger. 3.-05 rje. Krelctat.... Jjm-.M. freight.... 1:15 am. This in a week of prayer, re well attended. Tbe churches H W.Tarboxaud W. G Swarl, of th e e-tat end, called ibis week. The weather is in a remarkable degree ot variation. It is pasi cor jec ure. The Dodge Gljr Public Scbooli open Mcnday next, after Ihe holiday recess. Reighard A Srsica bare Ut up a lsrge quantity of ic, 12 iiches in i Met new. The Pueblo Chieftain says if cold weather don't Itt up toin half of the can It ia the cittern part tit Colorado will be dead. John Rowrien, buildrr and contractor, is prrpired la do alt kind of work. Mr, It. is a goad wcrkmau. Ilia card appears in tlii paper. The railioid comparer in putting in a switch and tanV, near the farm of V. G Seward, between Spearcville and Offcrle. Wa'er wis reached at thirty feet. The ground U frcz.n at a...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 January 1881

V M DODGE CITY TIMES i vol. yn. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, JA3T. 15, 1881. NO. 35- V , ' ft'' PROFESSIONAL CARDS. W. F. MASON. PHKS1CIAX A!a SCBGEOK, DODGE CITY. KAXAS. Orders may be left at Fringer's Drug Store. Residence south of new public school house. Leonard T. Loring, M. D. A. S. Chouteau, M. D., SURGEONS PHYSICIANS, DODGE caTT, KM. Office: Second At., adjoining Frlnger'a Drug ttorc. Office hours, day and night. SPBABBV1XI.B. KM. Office at II. M. Clark's Land Office. Office hours, Saturdays 10a. m. to 3 p. m. E.M. CLARK, Notary Public and Justice of trie reace, VPEARErUlE, KANSAS. Particular attention gtvtn to business in the Ks. Land Office. Collections promptly attend, edto. CElfTENKIAI. BABBBR SHOP. HENRI KOCH. Proprietor. savinx. Shampooing and IUlr Cuittlngdonein IUI -..w -. HERMAN J. FRINGER, DEALER IN Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals AND PERFUMEKT1 Toilet Goods, Brushes, Sponges, Dye Stuffs Paints, Oils, Etc. DODGE CITY. KANSAS. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, DISHES AND STOVES. M. COLLAR ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 January 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. BlBvCIIlrTIOt U M Jr f'", In Adtinc. NICHOLAS II. KLAIXC, - Editou. X1G11TVAUE. I was it cho-cn for any reason? docs it represent a place or an act which sug gests to the eve of the beholder forae ' vvho'esome lesson, or prc-ents to him a si 'lit of that which is pure and wlule- sonic? That parlor orn tuient was it bought for any inherent and soundly pleasurable quality of its own, or was it selected merely because you wanted to buy something, and until t -eo any ironce thing cle that uoulil answer better? yes Tint book vv hy is it numbered Tnrr all climbed unnn a Wirt Imanl ,lnelutlefroMfns with trreen-irla-i lnc little pi lilinstbat bad n iene, Ln,,.nlr .nMr iHixsPinnq' Is it And eouWt nil copper lrura c ld mince-1 among Jour possesions, is t pic, i becau-e it helps jou and instructs you, Audi he) all climbed up on the fence, and or because a bx"ik-agpnt at the door And I asked thvm what thij were starim,-' weaned you with hi, rouble pen.ua- muiis; vuesuons i...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 January 1881

. i ma ?' THE DODGE CITY TIMES. SLESCi:iI'TlO. : $2 (hi ir Tear, U Utinff. 'NICHOLAS B. KLAIX: - i-DITOU. r: v?sr QUAUUEL. -1 it in oo icr 1f curel tfc.vi khsM I didn't know well wi it I meant. Hut I turn I my fueo from him, an bo turnM hU fact? a 1 no went. And then bf(vit tne letter: I've (rotten my Hnrk todi: You uoiMu't kiM inc. ray lass an I never lit til my but wm: I'm orry for "'- pi:irrel, an wry for wti tt 1 WPlt I bi'ic ueei work tn Jetsey an go to-niffht by thu bo.it" An" the wind li-rin to nse, an I tboujjht of him nut at esi; An I felt I b vl been to blame hi was always kind tome. M Walt ii little, my la-;, I am sure it'll all eomo ri.-hf Am' tbeloit went Iwn that nigHt the boat iiut tiowtith.it nUht. Frm Ttnnwutn' AVir IVuras. IHHV COXJUKEKS OPEIMTE. An Kxalrortforcor the irrrta of the Tnlilr. The inexhaustible bottle, which pro file pump began to send np the liquor. ! contents back again, as if to convince The colonel held the mouth of the bottle the audience tb.it th...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 January 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. JAN. 15. BUDSCKimoN: fiOOprrytar, In aclrance. IV. . KLAI.IK.Edllor and Publisher. Ekteeed atthePobtokficeatDodoe Citt, Kansas, as hecohd-class Mail MATTER) THE SAJNTA FE EAU.HOAD. A NEW EOOM FOB KANSAS. BOCKD HOUSES TO BE BUILT AT NEKTON, FL0BENCE,K1CK EBSON, IODOE CITY AND 8ABGEXT. SIX MILLION UOLLABS TO BE EXPENDED IS KANSAS THIS SEASON TO 1MPBOYE TOM BOAD. T. JeBerson Coolidee, President of the Atchison, Tojka & 8nt Fe Railroad hai issued the following circular to the stock holder of the road: In a few weeks we shall probably haye reached Florida Pass and made a connection wiih ibe Southern Pacific Thi will increase our bufintai by giting us part of the through travel aod freight to and from California, and we anticipate a demand from the mining region of Arizona for coal and coke for mining materials, food, and forage. We think, therefore, that that portion of our road extending from Albuquerque down to the southern part of New Me...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 January 1881

'f THE DODGE CITY TIMES.( DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. JAN. 15. Barton county warrants sold for 90 cents at tax paying time, Dtc 20, but 85 centa is all that can be obtained lor tfcera now. The Barton County farmers say that the wheat is looking very fin?, and thus far the prospects are as good as coold bo expected. The farmers of Rice County are taking an active interest in the sugar factory question. It should be a matter of interest to every man. A Michigan farmer invented a trick with a hole in it. He sold roll of butter that had been made hollow, filled with water and froza tolid. Mountain lions are siid to be auirg much trouble on the Upper Greenhorn and North St. Charles. Hordes and ciltle are suflcrin from tceir deprjdations. A Rooks County preacher has nbanJoced a protracted meeting because, he bjjs, it U impossible to carry it on on corn bread and eorghuni for hiru-elf and one ear of corn per day for his tore. 01 the 214,709 cattle received at Kansas City in ISiO, about 78,000 ca...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 January 1881

ttIPMM Sanlislil. TlIE sun. if on will nnlr oncn vnur lioje to him. Is a faithful iiiician, wliu will bo iirctt cunsUint ia attend ance, anil w ho will nd in no bill?. . Many j ears ao glasa vas Mmctliinof a lustily, liut now wo can all have fjooJ-'ii7C(l windows, and plenty of them, at mo lerato cost, and there is no ccn-o for inAin mere loop holes, through wliich the sun cm cait hut half au eye, and from which one cm piin only imrow f;liuip-es of the beautiful outer world. I am sufiioicntly acquainted with the conservathe character of many country people to know thai expressions of dis dain will coma from some quarters w hen 1 mention bay windows. Never theless bay windows are a cood thin?. Their etleet is tory much like letting i lie-tvcn into one s lioue. at least it ouht to bo like lliit, for it is nothing but absurdity and wickedness to darken such windows with shutters or heaty curtains until only a stnilinjj ray of sunlight can be wen. If biy windows an too expensUc. a tcry ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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