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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 January 1881

vt 1 Calling ana Grinding Fodder. WniLE some go so far as to claim that it pays to prind straw to a fine powder, others affirm that lor beef cat tle it docs not pay even to cut any fod der. Cattle are fully provided by na ture with means for masticating their ordinary food, and we need not be sur prised to find that both ordinary experi ence and careful experiments agree in showing that little if anything is gained by cutting. In fact it appears from some experiments that posit e damage is done, as the fodder is not so thor oughly eticwed and impregnated with saliva, a portion even passing at once into the second stomach. Cutting alone can do but little good, even with old and hard-stalked fodder, without the softening produced by cooking, for it can not open the fodder to digestive ac tion, nor save much labor of mastica tion. By far the greiter part of this labor is expended on chewing the cud, and it is best that the animal should perform this pntirely natural operation for itsel...

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. — 15 January 1881

LOCAL NEWS. TUBE TABLE-1, uoiro xxrt. Fuarngrr. .lfcM x.u. Vtimgn. 12 SSr.H. ITright TSOr.tc. Freight 7.-00 a.u T. n. F. B. B. coma wxsr. renger..35 a.m. rassenger..3:9" f.m. Xrt-ljtbt..... WOr.M. Frtizbt.... 1:15 a u. The city council of Parsons granted twelve saloon licenses at their list met tins. 8. B. Williams, the oldest shepherd on the plains, is in the city. lie rays tbe sheep are doing well. Firemen' marked bill, February 2d., will be a splendid affair. Tbe arrangements are already in progress. Tbe Karma Legislature convened Tues day. J. B. Johnson, of Topeka, was elected 6peaker of the House. A Limed minister prayed for those "who are smitten with illness and those who have gone a skating, and also these loo lazy to dress for church." J. W, Everly, late Signal Officer, has been granted SO days leave of absence, b fore taking his position at Cairo, III. He will remain here a few days and then go to St Louis, where he will spend a few weeks with his friends. W. II. Healy and...

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. — 22 January 1881

DODGE CITY TIMES vol. vn. PODGE CITY, KANSAS, JAN- 22, 1881. NO. 36. .:$! if I..- it PROFESSIONAL CARDS. W. F. MASON, pnVNICIA.-V .WD M'BfiEOJI, DODGE CITV. KANSAS. Orders mav be lelt at Frinjer'a Drns Store. Residence south of new jmblic school house. Leonard Y. LoriDg, M. D. A. S. Chouteau, M D.f SURGEONS PHYSICIANS, DODGE CITY, KU. Office: Second A v.. adjoining Fringtt'a Droj Store. officehours, day andnlsht. HlE,li:i:VILI.B, UAH. Office at 31 Clarl's Land Office. OOcc hours, .-atur'ajrs 10a ni. t"3f.M. H. M. CLARK, Public and Justice of 4l-irt Pnono tills I UUUGi Mii:aKi:vii.Li:. kaivsam. rarticuUr attention plvtn to Luatn?M fa the U.b. LaadOGce- Coileclioti promptly atteml dt to. Notary CK.ITE.VtlAI, BAHBEK SHOP. HENRV KOCH, Proprietor. Shaving, Shampooing and Hair Cuittingdone in me l-iicsi laanion. A CRIMINAL COURT. The court system is the problem in Kan sis, and has evoked considerable di-cussion. Another Judicial district should ba formed on the west here; acd there is a f...

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. — 22 January 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. SlT.Srr.lrilON : $2 (Ml jr Tir, In AiItibcc. NICHOLAS B. KLAINK, - Emtob. 27 soya of the exqixe. STEAMER Xam ready forwork! Imnrctily for work I" isosays the great cturine when we start, AdiJ the ateain caaies up from its pulsing heart, With lis hundrel iron nrnn and hind Jt J wa.ttnx lotaknus to foreiim land. And It says, in tbu cheeriest sort of war. While iiur friends arc watchlnis usduwn tho loyothi (the HUlo fortune.) while those usually selected by the Buddhist, priests, ami is determined by certain rules, va rying according to the feet and rank of the dececd. Women liavo no sur names. Tlicy are known by a name vobinn) which is selected by the pa ri'nts about a week after the "birth of the infant. The names of fruit, tree?. flowers, colors, birds, certain animals, or some other fancy name, olected ar bitrarily usually furnish this designa tion, which, except when the person is addressed by a parent or superior, is generally used with fie prefix O. The nam...

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. — 22 January 1881

1 i A m ii i si. THE DODGE CITY TIMES. SGBCniPTIOX : ?i 00 ir Tr, In Advance. NICHOLAS 15. KLAIN - Editor. AFTElt THE THEATER. Tcv dollar. Oultonsum topay lor ore wn e:i-n but four a day, For Jii-t a suulo evcninx's run. It seems -o. now the thlix 1 done. Tbtietorthecarrl.i!re. for you know InewrcuulJiislfhji toiro With that swell dn do Bade ecru. Anil tram -Iran? nut a yard or two liiulalnnr-smir. Andconlce hue I wkcii I il i not snllxo the price. Three more f .)r cnt down center alle And Tour rows tack Jut rijtht for lj to. Thecurtain rose. Hotlme will p.tss While irazlnsr throusn nn open nU.s. The curtain fell, "nice more we Mood OuMldc.and theu the thouirht of fowl It-clrpre-ente-1. MiosaMjes. J-ho felt quite hunirry. You can guess That wbamente. with just a bit Of rosy wine to season It, U il up th.it other Tour. TImo sped. I took her home. Good-nlRht was said. Then to my own home c ime 1 straight; And bTU I sit an 1 medllate. The cash I had four hours airo I tone-. Tie nniiffh...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 22 January 1881

THE DODGE CITY.TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. JAN. 22. SUBSCUIITION: 2 no ptr year, in advance. W.B. KLAI.tl!, Editor KndPnblUbrr. extebed at the i'ostoffice at dodoe City, Kansas, as second-class Mail HATTEB. THE GOULD BUSINESS. ir I week we re'erred t the filing cf n charter for the building of a railroad thro' the fojllicm liir of counties, bj the Gould syndicate. Another charter bad been filed for c railroad to Medicine Lodge, bj the tame ororation. We enggested that there project were for the purpo-e of influencing tome other ac ion; and e were about cor net, . the following from the Caldwell Commercial would indicate: Gould is determined to whip-taw South western Kansas on the railroad question. He hi; two compauiea organized, one to build a road from LeRoy, through the conn- tic of Cofiey, Voodon, eta, tu the west line of the S'ate. The other i. to build from I'areons thriugh the southern tier of coun ties to the w 3t line of Kansw. Each route J" provided for in order to make t...

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. — 22 January 1881

t v THE DODGE CITY TIMES. PODOE CITY. SATURDAY. JAS. 2S. A LAW WANTED. The Great Bend Tribute says: It ii a no torious act that the district courts of Kan ess haTe been used chiefly for stepping stones to Congress or nme other political prefer ment. It 13 also a lamentable fact that where we hue had political judges we hare had but little bu,ines transc ed io the Court. Under lie constitution ot Kansas, judges are expiesely forbidden from Uking any polit c al office during the term for which they are eleeed to the bench. The Supreme Court of Eanui has patted en this proTuion of the constitution and in the clearest language de cided that it was unconstitutional for judge to te a candidate for any other office durirg his term on the bench. In the f jce of this constitutional proeision and the decision of the highest State Court, we find Judg s on the Supreme tjourt bench, ere-, and district judges, daLbliog in politic the jear round. This thine should te stopped. The legis lature this...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 22 January 1881

lluw Foot Is Adulterated. Tiieuc has been so much loose talk about the adulterations of food that it is imnortant to lind out what are the exact facti reardin;; them. If the general btatements of some of the iilarmtiU who havo uritu-n on the sub ject liavo a correct Iia?js of fact on which to rest, food adulteration is prac ticed to so great an extent and is of such a charater that what we cat and drink is nlivajs liable to contain iioiton. The Hritish National Hoard of Trade has lately awardud prizes for essays un the adulteration of food and drink, and for drafts of laws for its prevention. The o?ay of Mr. 0. W. Wigncr, of London, received t!ie first jirize. and it is certainly a very clear, practical and exhaustive discussion of tho subject. From that esay. and also from tho essays which took the t-ocond ami third prizes offered, we w ill make a summary of the facts. The public will he rolie ved when they hear that there is no satisfactory evi dence nrcieutcd to show that danger ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 22 January 1881

CapL John N. Bofinger is a steam boat man and well known throughout the South and West. Lately ho has been devoting much time to the history ol Eteamboats. He has found that steamers, and especially Western river steamers, whose name bcin with "M" are very unlucky- 11 they have not been sunk, burned or destroyed by boiler ex plosions, their owners have met with financial disaster through their mean3. As proof ef what he avers to be true, he cito? innumerable Magnolias, Missouris, Magentas, Marys, Myrtles, Massachu setts, Metropoh-es, Marigolds, Missis sippis, Mayflowers, Monitors, Monticel los, and others with initial "M," all of which have come to grief. . . m APctroitladv called at a drug-store the ether day and said, " I want a tooth bru'h a real nice one. I want it for a spare bed-room." Free Press. m . La Fnrctte Ilatlj- Journal. Analon. t. Ml... There' plenty of room up Ulr, as Daniel Webster said to" the jounj; lawyer anxious to rise, bat despondent of his chance to do so; bn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 22 January 1881

LOCAL NEWS. TI3IK TABLE-A., T, & ft. V. K. B. UOIXO EAST. COlO WIST. ruMEcr..lKSjt.)i. rMenzer..3s.i.x. Passenger It a r.K. llMrngrr. 3-OJ r.n Freljiil..,.. 7:50 r.JC. Krcisbt.... liUlr.K. Krtljttit 70 juv. rrel-rtit.... 1.13 am. It in a cold dieiry, hard winter, but yon will oKerve spring come in with a boom. Mr. Hull, wile of Horace Hull, died at Cimarron, Ken, on Suuhy last, of conges tion of the long". There will le a Lop at Draper's HH Ihi Friday evenii g, in Lonor of C. W. Wille.t, who intends going Est. lion. It. M. Wright was In the city Sitir day and Sunday, scd returred to his legis lative iIuticE at Topeka. Two inches of beautiful mow Ml Mon day tight, lot it cllcJ away in the warm tun of Tuesday and Wrdteday. Wo under sUl.d larye quantities of brick will 1 made the coining Mason. The build ings this jer will be erected tf substantial materia). The weather has "thawed oat" corsider ably and a number of our exchange! present a readable appearance notably the Hays' Star...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 29 January 1881

-amm s r r s s J JLHJDljJi. U1TI TIMJbJS. 'O VOL. YII. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, JAN. 29, 1881. NO. 37. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. W. F. MASON. PHYSICIAN AMD iOBCEOH, DODGE CITV. KANSAS. Orders mav be lcltnt Fringer"a Dms Store. Residence south of new public school house. Leonard T. Loring, M. D. A. S. Chouteau, M- D.f SURGEONS asd PHYSICIANS, D3DGE CITY. Kil. Office: Seemid Ar.,s.lj!nini Kringer'a Drag Btjre. Office Hour, nay aim niui. 8PEAKi:VILLB, HAS. Ofii-eatH M Clark'a l-ind Office. OtS hour, gaiiininyii 10 rn lu3p.ro. H.M.CLAEK, Public and Justice of the Peace, BPEARBVILI.B, KANSAS. ah.tljiil.i. ttntlnn clfrll to bnsineSS la the U. . Land unice. Collecttuu promptly attend ed to. Notary CEXTGil.lUL BABBKK SHOP. llENEY KOCH. Proprietor. having, SharnpooinRand Hair Cuittlng done in tbe Uteal laabion. 1IERHAN J. FRINGER, DEALER IN Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals AND PERFUMERY 1 Toilet Good. Brushes, Sponges, Dye Starts Paints. OlU, Etc. DODGE CITY. KANSAS. GROCERIES,' PROVISIONS, BNBESAilB SJTOTE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 29 January 1881

'(to r TT1 fr"J. "? y iff f THE DODGE CITY TIMES. m SllJsCDjrTIOS : JiS 00 pr Tir, In idttncf. NICHOLAS B. KLAINE, - Editob. CRUELTY TO FATHERS. rum-Err the children, horses, doffs. Ami il n't nejfUct tbeftiiil.cyii; At cmr" tbfr wnin-sof prile-1 fnirs. Maintain the l izala iifininsL I'revi nt evtn enilty to tJb-s; Ami then, Just tor variety. Oh wimi reform t nrauUa Auutlie- new eicty. vv'lr n LaLy-sbowrs qre on thu win. And llrbtlnff-ocki ure iKiricL Atldill1terlllilh-iVO;rrown btllaf ud iIrivrrlJnder-hoa'ltd: b-it lord are - ife Mid ! ibles free I-rein all thidrn e-ik-s liolhers, TJ ttine lo th Mk U hvuu to inc. l f cri.Utyliif.iihi Ml. Knitted oiico as p treats, wo wkij1"M tii ih Hi?reioa OC riMy-BucJ Tyranny All 1 eurlr-balred Oppression. AU uriswrnrc nfn 11 dart. Without renwrcor pity, Thee small hiv .idcr or J he bcart. These ttlniplt.1. iray tulDditlL I cunnot pass my door, but on H at ray c lat-tsll twr lt.ij. They're nil en up befo-o the sun They wako me with in-ir bujirin?...

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. — 29 January 1881

r THE DODGECITY TIMES. SIBSCKIPTIOV : (2 00 r Temr, la JJfaaet. NICHOLAS B. KLAIXfc, - Editor. OSn THAT S DEAD. It 1' tb hour when nil thinis rest: ThPuns1l inthebjnn'red ft And 1 jo alonir the irolden street 1 bat kuds o'er oceaa to h.s fe.t. fcfl-birds. with sjmmrron their winy, IJfttfn the wl 'c wt an Jnurnerm, And ore white star serently hlza l'cip-i tcruttjrn the purplo of the siy. 4) sky. find ei, and borc, and air. Huw tranquil are ye now, and fair! Hut twice the Joy yo are were e If me that's dead companioned me. WaJtvoad. THE DOCTOR'S STOKV. We had been telling stories, as wo sat around the fire, one evening ad Tenturcs by land and sea, scraps of per sonal experience, tales of family tradi tion, the hundred lloatingmenioriesthat are seized, in passing at such a time. It came to the doctor's turn to speak, when we wcro all laughing merrily at some jest following a scrap of legal ex perience. The doctor is a grave, resorved man, not much inclined to open his olumo of personal...

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. — 29 January 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. ( dodge city. Saturday, jan.ss. SUnSCUIITION : S o per nr, in alliance. If . S. KLAINE.EllloraiidFnblUbrr. ESTCRED ATTHEl'OSTOFFlCEAT DoDOE Ciit, Kansas, as becosd-class Mail MATTER.') JUDICIAL DISTKICTS. A mn-dtr cue and number of ciiil euits were continued at the lift term of the Ford County District Court, for want of time for jirostcn'ion. We telieve, however, no facts or arcume nt are needed in establishing tbe fact thit we need a revision or an increared number of Julicial Districts for the speedy transaction of business. The eastern put of ite State is opposed ,ne formation of new districts. The pres and Uwjtra favor the redisricting of the present number cf districts accordirg to jopulition. Should this be done, thi judicial district would be cut down about one-half of it-s pretentt pro periion'. The Great Bend Tribune says: It is viry doubtful whether anj new dis tricts will be creited, as the old lawyers of the assembly are opposed t- mw district", be...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 29 January 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. JAN. 29. OUR COLD WINTER-'. The unu-uial eveiity tf the present wirier naturally r cilpi ihe remuk.blv coM .ictets ot the pist. fctitiiiira ehow ihit thin setson baa been e:eiilr crowing milder for tnanv je ire. There ieem to Us no euch wiritei bow as there were seventy or eighty yean ego, owior, 00 doubt, to the cutting down in It. is CDiin ry of the native forrerts, the Uaiinc and groath o( towcs nil cltie, and the general development of the land. Dating the -teven:een'h and eichtwnth ctntorie, there were in the Old World same wintfta bitterly memorable. In Britain, in 1664, the Thames was froz-n 1 the depth of aixly-one incho, and netrly all the bitch in the United Kingdom petUhed. In 1692, the cold wia as inlenw in Southern Europe, es pecially in Anuria, that wolves were driffn by hunger into V.enna, where ihey attacked beaa'a of Lurden and even human being! Tbrte years later many peron were frozen to d.a'b in various patt of Germany. ...

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. — 29 January 1881

He Kdcit She Did. As Tlir morning train over the De troit, Lansing- & Northern pulled up at How ell the other day a nice-looking old grandma pot aboard with her satchel and bottled dovvu for a comfortable rdc. A Detroiter wis of some ass'slance to her in getting bcatcd, and he presently asked: "Going on a visit?" 'res, I'm going down to riymouth to sec my darter," she answered. "They've writ and writ for mo to come, but I thought I should never get started " "Left Uie old man at home, 1 sup- pOVJ." "Vcs. William thought he'd better stay ami see to tiling' at home. DM jou have pltnty of time to get read?" "Oh, yes. I'm becngettin' rcadyfor two v, ceks." "Suru you didn't forgot am thing?" "I know I didn't. I packed things up one at a time, and I know tiicy are all hen-." "Anil you loft everything all right around the house?" "Yes." 'Your old man knows where to find the tea, and sjgar, and salt does lie?" "Yea. I took him through tho but tery the very 1 ist thing, and pinted out wh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 29 January 1881

Y,- m Tonro mat os old. 3 FOR THE HAIR. BURNETT'S (OCOAINE TA ABSOLUTE CtlEE TOE DAHDaniT. f " BURNETTS (OCOAINE TA CTOE3 BAIDSE33 X AEB BOALD HEAD. aaiitlfittv tIHmlnatHf Vfnral llaxiwl Rftok fif. Si dueutt JCS. BURNETT A. CO., aton,Alasa " -aiRS. POTTS'- GoM-HaHfllB Saa Iron. FOR SALE DY-r THE HARDWARE TRADE Price U22. . fl? BABY V BABY CABIMTT OIMJAX-XEW STYLE 100 TH REE AND A Ql'AhTEIl OCTAVEJ. In BLACK WAL KCTCASE, decorated with GOLD Ul.ONZE. Lemtb, 30 laches; height, S3 la.; depth. I! In. .This notel sir's c( the UASOS IUHLR CAB. XXKT0RaA5S(readjtbis month) has safflcJetAeonr fees ul capautj for the performance, with fall parts, of IIjiBaTaDee,Anthema.Soecs.Bad Popular Sacred aad Secular M cafe reneraHj. Itretalnatoa wonderful extent, fcr aa Instrcment M emalLtheeitraonlinarr excellence, beta as to power and qaaLtr of ton, which baa (inn the MASOX A HAMLIX Cabinet Oipn Hull treat reputation ul won for them th HIGHEST DISTCtCTIOXS at EVERY OXR of the GREAT WORLD'S INDUSTRIAL E...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 29 January 1881

LOCAL NEW8. TIMS TAJBLK-A., T. a. F. B. B U0I3Q X48T. Paaw-nger..?..&5 A.M. rassenger UKr.it. rei;ht 730 r.H. Freight 7:W aji, GOUCO VEST. rasatnger..3.S5 a.v. I'aaaengrr. S6 M. Frricht.... :30r.w, Frrlaht.... 1:1 ax. Another light snow Tuesday night. Heavy mow etorir. Hit Friday and Sat urday west of here. Jol n Lane aod J. A. Lane, stockmen, were in the cily Saturday. W. F. lMillon, Resialtr of Dwds, is on a Tia'lt lo his 1 ome in Chicago. Read cattle are eeaitind all along tie read between Pueblo and Dodge Cily. The Arkansas rrver is fir. ren op tight. There ia cnnsUlirsble water Order ibe ice. Farmers around Burrton are all of the opinion ll at there will be a biff wheat croji this year. The talk is thai a goad many building will tw put op in Dodge this summer, ane prospext of g'ol timc-a n eccouragmg. Farineis in MiPbtieon county siy that the wheat is not irjured by the co'd weath er. Good news generally about the condi lion of the what. An atticle on "Oar Cold Winters" wil...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 5 February 1881

DODGE CITY TME&c 7 DODGE CITY, KANSAS, FEB. 5, 1881. NO. 38- VOL.. VII. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. W. F. MASON, PHYSICIAN AND STJBGEON, DODGE CITV. KANSAS. Orders mar be lelt at Frtnger"s Drugstore. Itrsidtncc south of ntvr public tehool house. Leonard Y. Loring, M. D. A. S. Chouteau, M- D., SURGEONS and PHYSICIANS, BODGE CITY, KM. Office: Second Av.,"jlntns Frlngcr't Drug 6lu. Ufiie hours, d aidl nlint. BFEABETILLE. HAS. Office till M ctail'.UnaOOce. US hour.. amnli 10. in. 10 P- " H.M.CLARK, Public and Justice of the Peace, BPEAltETIt,I.E. KANSAS. Particular attention clvn to business In the U.S Land Office. Collection promptly attend Cil lo. Notary N. B. KLAINE, NOTARY PUBLIC, DOBGE CITY, KANSAS. Office In the Dodse Cily 1 lmts office. CENTENNIAL BAKBEB SHOP. IIENBY KCCU. Proprietor. Shaving. Shampooing anil Hair Cullling done the laical Uatuon. HERMAN J. FRINGER, DEALEH IN Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals AND rEKFUMEUTj Toilet Goods, Brashes, Sponges, Dye StnlT. ralnts. Oils, Etc. DODGE...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 5 February 1881

THE DODGE GITY TIMES. MUSlItllTlOX: f.OOMT Yor, In JU liner. MCIIOl.AS K. KLATNK, - Kkitoi: ECHOES. yv logins father, I ran we. How kind, howtfi-arhe Is! Jl vijM-t bera mc uiidm back to mo, 'Iu 1111 my hrntt with bliss; Hit kisses now, Arcnii my bnw, yo camt, fott, on'learlnj! Mow ?w(f.t and lusf llr nccenlsliow Hi-rcradli oiij,u-w cbeertns! At tliiw wotv y.-ara mid ten. how swoot These ct-bi es-n mr duUcurs lat! WbTO inapt! wolWii'ls Mun with Joy, Weatliautuiitii'fi atleiit smile. J 6ie n mallin. own; and oiy A maid Ihflt knows n mill-. Hcrey nUl well, I tuny n-t toil; Vot, srhon at nif sb ifKnces . Thcfr wondrous isiwur. Ken a tnl hHir. !v lcry pou! ciitianei's! At 1lmi scorn ynars and ton. how sweet 'i lutus t-chocs on my dull wars buall 1 si n llttli racmli rim. Ills Tare In simlwa-iis iIa 1. Alj-iut tbi-liim till day 13 d.mo: U, what n noisy ladt Ho climli my r?alr. He pulls tQ) hair, IIeklssts m( curfssts, Htson ntv hat. Tires uf alii bat. U! hi-itd my Utsom r-rossps. At Ihrro...

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