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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 31 March 1881

9 r m THE DODGE CITY TIMES. SrnsCKIFTIO: 2.00per TfW.Io Adraar. NICHOLAS B. KLAINK, - Editor. A CHARACTER SKETCIT. The mule eeroed pensive. c en Fad, As if ty conscience prlckcil: Hut, when thty came to baro his woes. He raised objections kicked. The cat camo up to sympathize, lth mew and Kentlo purr: Atas: rtieirot wlthiahls reach, Whcn-Ilddleslrlnzs anil furl The dojr. In pity, neared htm to Alle lite bis care: He tried to pjss aniun-l him once. Hut ausase-mculaild hair! Anil John, the honest farmer-boy, no had the beat In charge. Tried rccklcoly to harness him His funeral was large. 0 trilllni were the causes which lllHello Icif. unrurled: And many were the quadrupeds That sousht another world. He nc er did a decent thin?; He wasn't worth a ilucat: He kicked and kicked until ho died. And tnen ho kicked the bucket. .V. r. sun. A LAUtilUMJ FAMILY. jnst when the minister was exhorting his bearers in ine most, soiemu sinuus. and spoiled the effect of the discourse, j uesiues uisiurui...

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. — 31 March 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. THURSDAY. HAKCH 31 SUBSC1E1IT10K: II 00 per year. In advance. fl.B. KLAl.tE. Editor audPablHbrr. In Kansas there is a promising condition of the wheat crop and an ircreased acreage. Of 35 reporte, 27 are good to excellent, 5 fair or not much damage, 2 not to favorable aa a year ago, and I a lud pro'pect. This hu been an eventful w.ek in atd about Great Bend. The calender of crime would be complete with a cold blooded mur der to cap the tbeaf. Mobs, drunkenness, larcenies, gambling and kindred amuse ments. Tribune. Reports from various sections go lo con firm the statement that the wheat crop of this year will equal the immense crop of three years ago, and that the corn crop will be above tbe average. This la gooJ news for thoee interested io the grain business. Canadian papers Mill mourn departures for tbe United Stales. Tbe Gait Reformer mentions the departure week before lrst of twenty persona from Wilniot for Kansas whither many of its citizens h...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 31 March 1881

i ft, THE DODQE CITY TIMES. ASSWEBS TO COBRESPOlfDESlS. Trie To the question "It toddled fid dler a full orchestra?" W. should remark. Jaue. You sak what will otw theie moral of frecklesT Apply tour milk wilh a curry comb end hore braah. Peter- You k who u the firrt hum orous pararapher? Job is on the record. He boiled oxer with humor. Akabh Yoa xe quite riht,in di aWwg tour toiler at 1250 a. m. It is in bad taste to ait up o late when coal oil is 60 cent per gallon. MAST. Tight lacing prodeces rtdnera of the noee. Some people hare illuminated noses, caueed by naing prohibitory diwks, Abotapriogbathwill take the redness out of anise. ... t Her. Mra. Artemta Ward 1a the auth or of the ballad "Come Where My Low Liei Dreamiog." Wo heard Artemaa once a? be didn't go-he diaVt think it would be right. Jake. We judge from the ejmptome you deiciibe.thal it ia not an affection of Ihe heart, thoonh the paina are located in that region. Ymr ltrer ia ondoubledly aflected. Teae Simmon-)' Lirer B...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 31 March 1881

Ut Iloir to Dress Well. sleeves. The great idea to keep before one is "iianuony" liarraonv of color and design to "ensure buautyof effect. Ladiat uHoral tattntU Tboo. whjtfJifiTC'Uie wish to dress ar titiJly, and, therefore, prettilv and beconiinjrlr, should bear the following remark In mind. In the first place, let xiic Helpless Hojr. th!pifnMNinliif frrmit rnfni tn.rfnfin Irino-witii tlir-w-i-nmnlcxion. and not of Jhero H a great deal of talk about an unnatural, impossible tint; in the training the girls, and if all the advice second pUce. Jot it be simple, and not ! that has been civen were conscientious hau" or fall in direct contradistinction ly acted upon there would be but few to the shape of their forms; and, in the girls lelt to train, win-, nnu 003s neeu . third njact), Jet it ip -appropriate to the to be considerately, "lei alone." ,To lie weather, the rtmtf of day, and tho nagged at from morn'mj; till uight will wearer's itosition and duties in life, f spoil the best cha...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 31 March 1881

HOME, FARM ASP GARDES. - Clover, is ,lhe best forage for geese, and one acre is sufficient lor Kfty birds. One of the simplest remedies for the epizootic, it is said, is a mixture of tar and asafcrtida ten drops of which are given twice a day in. the feed. He-i sides this a warm bran mash once a Jay is recommended. . When putting atvay winter clothes, fee that thev'are clean and whole; It w a great comfort to take them out ready for me. Have a Iiajr to hold the stock, in" of each member off the family. Label each one. in order to save timo and not to tie obliged to look into each to find tin! 'ones you wish to tise. The bark lice on thn trees may be removed bv washing witlf lyo or strong soap suds about the first of. June, when the vouug lice are hatching and mov in" about to find a place in which to lo cate. The trees should also bo severe ly pruned, and manure applied to the roots in order to start them into a thrif ty growth. . - , . : Moonshine. Beat the whites of six es into a ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 31 March 1881

LOCAL NEWS. TIM IMU-A., I. . T. X. tMlMO XAST. OOIXG WVST. Tutcga.. 1 JO a.m. lMHiser..JIOA.. lBMnKtr. if SWA.M. 1 maMWBgrr. -.. Kmlirmnt...U.-43A.M. fcmlgrsnt. 7-0An, frets" 7SB r.n. Frtljtt...JJJO T.u. rmstt s.ioaji. rrfirtt.... jsaii. J. McOUWlS, Arnt. The wind Monday reached 'velodty oJ 44 mild per boor. Spring grass is coming on nicely. The ground if in excellent condition. E. F. Uoiborn deputed lor the Gunnison Sandsy morning. We with him health and wealth. Chte. Rath returned lion New Mexico lut week. Ha i engaged oa a railroid con tract in Ntw Mexico. M. R. Draper led Mondsy night for St. Louis and Chicago. He will be absent three or four weeks. Oscar Trcvallee, boot and shoemaker, Jobn Mueller' old stand, is hating a fine ran of work. He ia an excellent workman. Hie card appear in this mot. Cept. Dieutar family arrived lut week from Ohio where ther bad been visiting dur itg the wioter. Capt. Dient ia patting up a rtaidence in tbc western part of town. Wn. Casley, a soldier ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 7 April 1881

DODGE CITY TIMES ,f ' vol. vn. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, APRIL 7, 1881. NO. 47. &' ;t i9 ARTESIAN WELLS. tk. .-iir!cir of water by means of arte eian wells would be great advantage to Western Kansas and Cilorado. intu.o. r......m.n mf!c an aDDrouriation for the boring of artesian wells in Colorado, and how ibis project is progrewitg may be learned by the following from the West Las Animas Leader: "3. IV. Dougla", engineer in charge of the mnmniict arterian well near iorl J.yon, called at the Leader office yesterday. He reports that a depth of 130 f.et has been reached, and the rate of progress is from 20 to 30 feet per day. Rock was struck at a depth of 84 feet. Twenty ' of the rock has been penetrated in one day. In the raid on top of the measure considerable) water was found but not enough to flow out. As Ur an Mr. D.can nidse he n now in then cite formation, above the cretaceous as de- cribed by Prof. Hayden. If the measure remaics eolid he will continue to make good p regrets. It ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 7 April 1881

, .(T-.rtTi i-rmxr mTHrnpi ' vnncation, or who expects to train her I THF. TinTlfrF. OTTY TIMES. ' child In wavs of virtue and honor with. -I 3I.U1I.IT. SfBM BUTIOS : ,i.lt Jirr Vnr, la idnnre. NICHOLAS II. KI.MSK, - Kihtok. THE AUE OF JSSOCEXGE. llnar woiettm worM without a child, Ihti happy lnf.tnt m vcr srcllisl. Nor pi iron a mother Im a A o ncr ciiilil the llowr rit pnre, Thu if ntlT tuJ ttivl 1iIooiii t Air, Or tin-ai li of print-tinM- In ltic air. Or l'lflit of tlawn itbol ul Knno ftKbrle.1th krilli.frffracc 3 Law Li-ipti .slntajicj. lie iliiua hoon narrow -d in a ppan; Oiit-in.icijin imi'H ih.it cUiin m tight Ail ttnu,n lh lu m iiiiii the s Iffbt. And irekliuriimjrtitof art-liter iniyht Tnat wil. ijltcruni tu? man. Oh. llltii-kln: Oh. little iiieun! You rule noi with the bosk-i. alieen .Anil ompof liiycr reunm Hut aovertUn ii ) our ircntin way, Mroin- h art their willinr homna pay. Ln e c.ilt cr jrarUiiiilil ou J o ir ay, V.'htro J uur J ouryr life ll!lJrtS- Vn i-oct utL-rs ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 7 April 1881

THE DODGE CITJ TIMES. SUnsininiOV: $2.00 pr Iar,In Idvaarr. 1 NICHOLAS It. KLAIN'K, r Editou. a svmsa sosa. O S-pnnir time sweet! fherthe hills come thr lovely fee.: . Thee irin whl'n msntle I es-t away, S.he clothes hcreelr all In Bret ntoIav. .And the little Mowers that hide f rviu too cold Arc prlnin auear from lha -warm, fnsn incld. OS-p'Imr-Ume sweet! Tno whole with smiles thy eomlnsr to grocU our hurts to tueir mount dep-hsiaro stirred Hyttehrstsprliwtlower anJ the onj or tho Our sweet". tr iee fee!in? no room ran find: lluy wander like drcauis through heart ana uiiuU. Os-prini-tlmei'wectI lloir tli ol.l and the new In thy soft hours The 1" Witness nnd beauty that oouM nut 1 he loi . nnd the Joys of the buried pvt- , Thilr fair iraosts n-tf with the ending of fiww- , , The "prinys ami the summers of Ions aao. OSpnns-tlmcwcet! , , , How thou onro wert dear and fair and com- Xo 1 ernes? of word nor of music could tf 1L The t-ladncss that imio made my liosom swell: And thou art n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 7 April 1881

THE DODGE CITY TTMES. dodge crnr. Thursday, apkil 7. BUBSCUIITIOX: MOO per year. In advance. If. B. KLAINK.Bdllorauad Publisher. TUE WOOL JIAItKET. W. C. Hoo.Iod. Jr. A Co., Philadelphia, mike the folloninj report of the wool mark et during March: '-Since our circular of March 3d, the market haa taken another downward pitch. During the Erst part of the month trade continued dull, and prices were weak and unsettled, bat there was no absolute break. Slocks in right in Eastern markets had not been materially reduced since Januarj 1st, and manufacturers, alihough not heavily aupflied, persistently rtfufed to purchase. The result waa that both dr alcrs and com mis'ion men became discouraged after car ij ing so loig. and making repeated conces aiona without leaJing to aiiy busines a of im portance, and wiihin the put week there haa been a determined (Sort en the part oi aome large holders to rea'ize, and in conse quence a lower range cf prices haa been es tablished. The recent large taUa ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 7 April 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDEX1S AdolfHBS. You can oTercome that timidity you manifest, when cogitatine; on the proposition you wish to make to your fair dulceua, by closer mod more intimate acquaintance. You are not yet quite ripe in matrimonial progress. Young heartt that hare a yearning for each other, 6nd eome conrenient form of expressions of re ciprocating lose, and eome timple or tender worda or actiona lor making known earn other' detirta for a matrimonial alliance. ir the old folka are not yelling for Msliode after ten o'clock you may bet yoar last long born that they look kindly upon yonr aoiL And if Malmda doca not yawp and yawn, and twist and torn, yon may nckon that abe, loo, baa inclinations toward, mak ing her home in yonr ranch. If she per- mita yoa to gire a parting kiss you may rcat aaured that (he is taking kindly with your adeaocra, and before the round-ups close, w.11 be in the loring condition of ac cepting a propcailion for marrying for bet ter ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 7 April 1881

The I.loii and llie. Jackal A Fable One day a Hyena, who was out of a job and hail a buzz-saw feeling towards all the world, met a Jackal on the plain anil began: " Searching ior old bodes and leav ings I presume?" " Yes," was the humble rcdy. " A I am notable to kill for myself I must cat after others have been satisfied. I am. however, fat, healthy and in ood spirits." 'isce hero," continued thejlycna, as ho sat down in the shade, "j-ou have just as much right to be a Lion as the l.ion ha,- 1 1 ee no ; reason why he feliould IheofT the fat of the land and you oil the bone." "I nc) or thought of that before," miiM-d the JaekxJI - " Well, you arc very foolish to be hunting bones whenjou might as well be a 1. mil. Kl wouldn't stand it if I wore you." The Jackal thought the matter over, and went to a l.ion that tlwclt on the hillside) anil said; i ' . J ' " havi- just as good a right to bo a Lion TL3 ytm have. "I yjeQiidtlU) motion;" as Uie-jravo U-ou." ' " .reply, 'fr, J,'-J V '.' 'i...

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

8&3 JAOOJ lKITIF FJK3I l) (JUtllEX. Mr. II. L. Kimball, Uirecior-uen- HOJlfc, tJiui .. cna of the International Cotton Expo- A domestic animal must be well fed sition. to be held In Atlanta in October, and well bedded. Hut that is not all. , is in New York making final arrange It has domestic feelings and appreciates menus for petting the Exposition xna UndncsS as well as its master. chinery in motion. In reply to a report- Scathe Indiana Fawr. "A War- cr ho said: "Thero is now not ho rick County farmer recently lost eleven lightest d6ubt that the Exposition will hor-es and mules from eating corn- J be a success in every sense of the word, stalk-, which being cut up formed indi- 'Altera careful snrvey of the situation wo "t'stibie balls iu liieir stomjclis, pro- j decided that SIOOMO was necessary to dueui" death in a short time. ' get eiery thing in proper shape. Of this vTw York Urmcr s.- s tint po-a amount $ 35,000 was allotted to Atlanta, to tops make the best mulch for Stra...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 7 April 1881

LOCAL NEWS. ( TIME TABLK-1., T. . F. K. . OOIPG ZAST. l'SMengtr.. 1 JO A.M. raumgrr. 11 ZOA.M. Emigrant. ..10-tS a.m. rrelsl.t 7:30 r.M Frcigtt 3.10 a.u GOI50 T. riaarnger. S 10 a.m. I'usrtiger. MO rj. (.migrant. 'tOAju. Krelib.....lz.30r.M. Frrilht ..ItS AM. J. McGlNMS, Agi-nl. Bueinees in Dodge City i improving. Msisbd: Son next witk occupy Ibe Urge building west of their present stand. The ttuon is more advanced in this lec tion thin in Ihe evtern pert of tbe Stale. Dodge City ! wrspt in tranquility, with gaitcen of peace covering Ita calmness. Tbe Arksneaa river is booming again. Tbe warm daya melted ihe enow in tbe tnountains. Waller Strseter ia on a visit to Colorado. lie will return soon, and take charge of the Wright IUuse, April I5ih. Z. Pope Vow, ediior of Ihe Kockland (Me.) O.rsfe, waa in the city last week, the guest of Capt, J. 8. Welch. Tbe Lsreed Chroucscoi i enlarged to in 8-column page paper, and (.really im prorrd in typographical appearance. A Colorado newrpaper s...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 14 April 1881

DODGE CITY TIMES vol. vn. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, APRIL 14, 1881. NO. 48. thk VOSTH OF APRIL. If it thunder on All-Fools' Diy it brings good crops of corn ana ny. A cold and moist April fills the cellar and fattens the cow. Portugie Proverb. Betwixt April and May, if there be rain, it is worth more than oxen or ehee p. April showers bring forth May flowers. April larrowed three daje from March and they are ill. April and May sr the lets of the iear. Whether this ninnth 10 Flora or to Certs the Romans gave, admits of maoy queries; 'airii" U"lo open;" this surgtion protes 'twas intended for an open question. "When proud-pied April, dreed in ill his trim, halh put a spirn ol youth in every- thI5" When April blows his horn, it's good for bay and corn. Theindicati.ne are that the country, tnd in fact the whole woilti, w.ll see much sick ness the coming summer. Sar.it iry s'eps are being taken in m.st of the Irge cities and town', and ihis.prec uticn ehcbU extend to every villige and fum hou....

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 14 April 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. NICHOLAS It. KLAISE, I ible, but I have no doubt'our red squir I rel would have made the leap safely; ' then why not the great black squirrel, MCSfKlfTIOX: $i.oOpr YMr.Uiaunff. (since its parachute would be propor- . j tionately large? . Kiiitob I The tans 01 me sqwrrois uu "' ' and Jong nml flat, not short and small i;kn iIwim if frontiers, chinmiinks, wea- enh nm tithnr tfnnnu roucnts. aim When they leap or fall through the air j the tail is arched and rapidly vibrates. A squirrels tail, therelore. is sonieiiung more than ornament, something more j than a flag; it not only aids him in fly- , L it serves as a cloak, which lie I'rutccliTC KecniMance of Insects. J LEAF FllOM TI1E CALENDAR. Wb-re woo I vtolHs lovo to irrovr TbloWly llMlhu lmcr sti'iw: Wbrrp tbf Kln'umlet Buns and .lanced. And Ibr BurnmtT nunbfarn yS 'tic's! Tbrnuyb Itc cioidovr. flown tuodulc. Ail Is tailhel, mid chill, an.l rulol Whftp ibo crow f.tot'n tender preen 1 arll.slliitbeprlnirlst,sen: ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 14 April 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. SrnscniPIIOt: ft.00 pr Tr, la AJnnrf. NICHOLAS B. KLAINE, - Kiiitor. THE LOVE THAT LASTS. " I liked o plelih ride, too, f he said. Hear grandmother, who-e fate Is fair, Thou?h tHeand eeentyeais tuiesprcad Their hery snow Imwers on her hair. " I liked a sleiirh ride, too." said nc And tt ere was o.ie I us. d to know Who llknl full well to ri le with QIC." "Hut that wasljnira;ro,' I said. "Yes: that was lonjrairo." "And I was fend of moonlight walks. W e d p c? the vitl ijza ihroiisb and 1 h rough. An 1 h ie Mien frlendh. pleasant talks, t-ucn friendly, pleasant ouarrets tw. i'y e es were b ue mid bis wre brown; M ton tie was quick and his was slow; I alwi!auTh-dhl loyiedown." " -lint that waslon-rnjjo, I said. Vcs: Ion? and iotujago." J1 loks wi re few. In thoeold times; Hut fiubn world or wcet delisbtl And I remember vrrltlnir rh lues. And thitiLiiiir t was liorn tnwrlte. The loohsh veresl Vet, tls true, '1 hey tloived as fountains upward How, J'rre as the wind...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 14 April 1881

TEE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. THURSDAY. APIUL 14. EL'IISUUITION: MOO per year, in advance. N. II. KLAINE. Keillor nnelPiiltl.ier. GLL-A T iESkA TIOS ISM YUO UT1I ClIUIiCIL A deep tuah Ml upon Plymouth Church and every ear tru straitcJ when Beeiber said l.e wiuld lelate an ircidcnt which lie liad never epol.cn of beiore. He remarked jilajfu ly ibst he would cow fell it corfi dentially. "Tntre came lo mt" be said, "a xcen.ber of my cwn church lie moller of a yoktis wcman, who eaid l,er daughter had becrmefaecwaied with Iiz-man wcrebip and waolid lo mile Willi tLat Caurch. I laid to ln: 'Tell ye ur child lo wait one year, and if. attic nd of that lime she sball End that he m drawn nearer to God and to Heaven Ibtough that Charch. let ber come, and we will Isle ber by the band ard carry her to the door. At tic end o' thejear she wisetdl anxious toenterlhit Church, and I rat down and wro'c a letter to an hon ored Catholic pastor of this ciiy, and niJ: Tlii Iamb I as Rued greener I a u...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 14 April 1881

ORK & MJ RAPER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN General Merchandise & Out-Fitting Goods EY GOOBS, BOOTS MS SHOES, FMCY GROCERIES MD QUEENSWARE. FRONT STREET, DODGE CITY, KANSAS. FARMERS' AND SETTLERS' STORE. KSMkK50Hs9P COLLAR, MORRIS DEALER IX Agricultural KEEl'3 A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OP GOODS. EvcTtli n ihe Farmer want or needs can be found in hi s'ore. ALL KINDS Implements. W. W. ROBBINS, GREENGROCER. A fall line of GROCERIES on hand, t Ycgctablcs and Fruits SOLD AT THE LOWEST LIVING CASH TRICES. And DELIVEUED FREE OF CHARGE to all parts of the city. Call and see me. 3 doors west of Post Office.. DODGE CITY. GRAND CENTRAL RESTAURANT, T. J. DRAPER, Proprietor, OSBUG CITV, KASHA. MEALS AT ALL nOURS. ONLY FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT IN THE CITY. ANDREW JOHNSON, BLACKSMITH. ALL KINDS OF WORK WELL DONE. DEALER IN OSAGE CITY SHAFT COAL DODGE CITY, KAN. PRICE, f 3 03 PER TON. ALLOKDERSTBOJIPTLYFILLTD. A SUPPLY KEIT, COXsTANTLY OS IUyl. RESTAURANT. CHARLES DICKERSON, Proprietor. SIX DO...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 14 April 1881

I have the same old. old stnrv to tell. Jly conduct lias been such apin at u-J HOME, FAK3I .VXD RAUDES. An Awful Scene. j helped put him together, onlj I jot hij it j f i .i coni-ieiron wronjr siae ursi, anu men ,- , . , ... ... . ,. we helped him home. -To clean zinc rub rt with a piece of i 1 Thisw-M whv father sal.l that mv cotton cloth dipped in kerosene. Aft- anr rato. that' what father ! nnd rnn.litwx ...A. nn,l iJmt l,i fi-Tot.,1 erwani ruu wunaur cotion ciom anu I've had to go up stairs with him. and Martin didn't seem to he able to come " WI" " bright as 'when new. I needn't explain what that means. It into his house without bcim; insulted lie careful to remove four sick ani sceiiu very hard, for I'd try to do my i and injured by me. 1 never insulted j naU from the healthy ones. Kvery , verv beu, and I'd heard Sue say: him. It isn't my fault if he can't slide i keepor of Mock should have n box or "That boy hasn't misbehaved for two down a hill without coming apart, shed apa...

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