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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 5 May 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. SlBMTKiniOX: J.OOprr Trar.In Ailnnrc NICHOLAS I!. KLAINE, - Editor. TUhbE FISHERS. Three flhers went trollinir awar to the strcun To the bjuMin? bnoV where the tithes swim: jf opckltil beautio thet nil did drrim. And each felt crtuin tluy il bite for him. 1 or men m ill tramp I rum morning till n ght. And ilTf r tho in ree mo iuito s bite. An 1 drink to ttopthitrtrrotninir. Three fisher strolled into the market place, "iwiis some two hour after the sun wint tlown. Andu look of ir.oom was on eich man' face, foratcmpt InskiHlhe euh did truvrtu For men iiu) r-h but may iret nt bile. An I tin t and urh ir bonieut niitbt. And t cut their writ h in j.ru inln.r. Three fl-hers strnlleil Into the l-cr aloon. tt hire the crowd sat "round and the ffaa was bright. And eaih jriilr whittled n merry tune. And -howed hi tlh with iKMtracd delight. For nu :t w ill fish, lit, and men will lie. And lNii,t of catibinjr the llsh tbe buj, W tide Inwardly the 're groanimc -;' Vt- THi:...

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. — 5 May 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. tJJJiSSr DODGE CITY. THURSDAY. MAY S. "7" " " - . ... . UUT. HV ilCH MUIMU MJ . liH Vltu tUCiCmiTIOX: M 00 per year. In advance. N. JB. KI.AINK. Editor and Publisher. TJB i7P BUSIXESS. Dodge l.ty this season promisis to be an imicusiit sheep market. Already we bear of tbot iiu'i of ibeep that will be driven Iitui Niw Mexico atd which will nne at tl ik tcitt abci.t tbe first of Jul. New Mtxiiotbrtp laiicrs realize thelact thai tbiy must liscup sterp laising. A mi- Jo.ilytf Niw Mexico sheep will iberefoic Udnven lo Kiuv, eta tne meat accessi lie and mrlei.ble point will be Djdge City. Tbe iar(.e ia New Mexico 11 being cottiscied ted mcroicLed un by Citlle, lid tbtep raifexs are unable lunger t find tie wide ibi ge they wcie K long sicifctoroed to me. Throughout Karsts attention in Uirg givec to the eLep iidustry, and in no pirl of the S ale can tbl puisuit be fallowed more successfully than in Wetern Kansas. This is evidenced fiom ftie fact that mane ileep rsieri...

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. — 5 May 1881

k THE DODGE CITY TIMES. ANSWERS TO CORRESrONDENIS 1 Ansa. Long courtships torn oat happy marriage. Married in has'.e and repenting at leisure U loo irue. You will jrohablj jirufit bjr delaj. A marriage contract id far life; lor better or woise generally wcrie. Sally. Giggling: in church is improjitr. We know girls cannot sometimes control this weaknees. It has become a habit, and is beyond control even when reetraint is sup pesed to be had in an assembly. Thejoun; ladies who practice Kittling me these sillj means to draw attention. We know they giggle mest when the young men are about They can suppress giggling iu the presence of aged person', however. Mart. It is not proper for a gentleman to complete his toilet at the bouse of a stranger, antes he was driven from home under the terror of a broomet ck. Finelj bred gentlemen are presumed to te au fait in matters of etiquette, sod it i seldom tbey nerlect blacking hoots at heme. We never knew of a gentleman deferring tliis cere mony ...

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. — 5 May 1881

5aiiwgj.sggaw "-mw or ; skin o! ilio?ruin tl.lt i Ml when u snaps off at ouco it b in tli wheal jt!ro..ni:u2l bolted into rtour condition lo strike root .iiiicklv. Jim wa-!e pnKltiPl has become a staple onl) or lwo bii.U above the bolt. JJIII-Fcetls. Kelectctt trom younp; crowtli rather , . . , than from the olil where the birk has One of the moit, important and ralu- KConio h-mlened. Try to snap the nbfo fa"lj food) is the wate of the branch. If it bends without brenk- iimi.-r mi ciniis or tue reluso iiu ; u :, too 0i,i t ,,.. nilv: but if the rilit v. Ica e irtttrmi nnr fftfil ii r alitll nml tlm jinanfilr miniiatli .. ... - . . i i ' ' v . . . ' i" " ? ' J ana trim oa ih o or more 01 me iocr ircMm-cd in tlili country U enormous, leaves a thev will wilt si!y and thus Considering that three-fourths of tlie injure ne cuttin". iiruduct of wlieatis raids into Hour at, ciear sln,i lent i en- moist is the Iiohhs. ami the remainder only is ex- beSt ..oil in Im-Ii to strike cuttinj.", por...

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. — 5 May 1881

I HOME, FAKW Al) RARDCV ttf Liberal manurin av ii.ns. If a little vinegir or -ome eider is miNeil itli stovo polish it uill not taVo much rabbin;; to make the stm e bright, and the blickm is not likel to fly off in ne ilut. The be-.t grass fcr et land is red top, to tbu may bo added ineaJow spe.tr ;rass, foul meiilon-grn:) and LTt'mn il ie grass. Ot thou about -ix pounds eacli nuy be used to the ai re. Sn'ce C.ike. One cupof ugar, one cup of nioIases. two-thinls of a cup of butti-r, one cup of buttermilk, tno aad a half cups of lloiir. one cup of ihupucd raisins, tiireo er,j3, one teopoouful of sod, one tea-jxionfiil ground cinna mon, one half tc tapooiitul o cloves, one-half tex-poonful gnitcd nutmeg. Ciuuunbirs for pickle aro grown hot on light sandy or gravelly soils, plinted in hills si feet apirt, and well manureil in the hill with rotten ma nure 'I lie 'rcen 1'rolitic is usually grown for pickles. Ihe cucumbers are ;ilhurcu when from two toturee inches on:r, and by iiickinz th...

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. — 5 May 1881

LOCAL NEWS. TIME MBLB-1., T. . V.U.B. iiOtxa EAST. rajarfigtT.. 13QA.M, 1'awtngtr. 11 SO A.M. fcmljrant... 10-15 a.m. rrrlcM 7U r.M. rreigU 3.10 a.m. OOXXO WXIT. rasa -nger..S:10 a.m. raastngtr. IiV) rjf LmlaTant. 7:40 ajii Krel(lit....lJJOT'.i rrrkU ... l:IIi. . JKG1NMS, Agmt. This is the ftnn for trees. The bull frog ia I he croaker of ibe day. The extinction of the worthless canine is tie older. M. W. Sutton, county attorney, ia in Med icine Lodge on hnsiresa. York & Draper have enlarged their (tore room, waking it ten feet wider. Hoga, doge: fleas. No hoga, no dog: no flea. Lrse bogs, Iea dogs, leva fleas. Itice county ia going largely into tie eugar making business. Kansas will yet become a sweet elate. In Leavenworth, on KaturJay lat, 1,457 jugs were ejld. Ibe jug did tot contain Missouri river water. The round-up are uorauing alowly. Cattle will soon be in good condition. The grass ia growing finely There waa a rainfall of 2.3S inches during the month of April. Yrgetation...

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. — 12 May 1881

c DODGE CITY TIMES ( vol. vn. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, MAY 12, 1881. NO. 52. ESD OF VOLUME V. Th's number of the Dcdqe City Times closes the fifih year of Its existence. We Lo"p to carry ii on many years more for the goo J of ouiselves and its many fr ends. The paper bss ricDrded many etiange things in iis brief career, but tie future locks bright, and other and belter ecenes will be present ed. In the brief period of fire years many changes hare leen wrought within the scope cf cur field of chronicle. Some of these changes hstebsen p'leasant, and our town and conntry prcmixs to inaugurate s ill gre'er changes for lie gxd cf all alike. Three and a half years are hare teen con nected with the Times. We hae no nn plewact memories during th's short exia- tetce. AVein.it that our future jeara will be a pleaear.t, and if we may judge correct ly, they will be more profilible. The count.y has las-eil through ihewrnrat ordeal in iis etrugijle b-r permanency. Uo' der the Uneficiei t aid of nature...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 12 May 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. lrilMllll1llX: ti.O-Jprr lur, la Uir. NICHOLAS II. KI.AINE, - I'iiitok. THE RISTEli MOSTI1S. When :rilIepsiilo for May, Like diamonds alt the rain-drops frtlstcn: Krcsli Uoh-lsopen ctcry day: To some new DlrJ each hour we listen. Tli children with Ihe streamlets slnjr. When April stops at la-t her weepinir: And eti-ry happr growing thi.12 tauirh llkca habo Jus: touted from slccii liur. Yet April water. 3 ear by yosr. for lavtrar-l May her thirsty flowers; And Mai', In ir ild'of sunlaMnis dear, l'aS April lor herslltery showers. All flowers of spring are not May's iwn; The crocus ran hot olleu kl her: The snnw-drom ere h comes, has Mown; The earliest llolets always miss ber. Xnrrioc May claim the whole of spring; She Icatce to April blossoms tender. That closely tin he warm turf clinir. or owing from tri ST-Uiughs. hlir h and slender. And May-flower bloom liefore May comes To heer. ft little, April sadness; The iM'Hcti-lnid plows, the wild l-e hums. And wln.l-ll...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 12 May 1881

THE DODGE CITTTIMES. SritM'KIITIOS: $i.OOpr Tear, la Adtaarr. NICHOLAS 11. KLAIXE, - Editoi:. pay $300 you get $5,500 for it in my . arrived at the "ace ho joyfully tele- goons, it you chose to ileal let me know at once, and I will write to no one else in your county. Resides I graphed to his partner that he "had got them." and when the train arrived at the depot the two went into a seclud- Ulmtriou. Cobblers. Will Send VOU the neeessarv instnic- eil snot whern thi T.ilip was nnlnrkpil tions you need. Without them you I and the precious cigar-box opened. Of THE OLD BROWS SCHOOL-HOUSE. In memory's hull remits the picture. Ami year, of sadraruare tietwecn; It nanus w.th it IxMiitltul iriMinz, And well do I lu-elt, I ween It !mkI on a blcalc country corner. llui tmvhoisl's yotintr heart m ide It warm; It irlocd in the sunshine ot um'lier: Twas cheerful In Inter and storm. O. gajr were the sports of the noontide. V hen winter winds frolicked with snow XVe laughed at the freaks or the- s...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 12 May 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. THURSDAY. MAY 12. SUnSCKIITIUN: 2 00pTTtar, In advance. N. M. KI.jllMK.IIslllorniidPnl.ll.lier. Iloise stealing bin I rome quite prevalent in iLe vicinitv of M'tcLita, and tbe Eigle alia alood for lump and i'a prom t use, but noon whom it don't sav. Full one fourth cf tbe sLeep of Montana ferial ed during the nictrr. Maty owners lot tltlr entire Axis. Slierp are worth tbire from $i to S5 per brad. No less than 2,100 lion, cotirg an aver age of J 92 er brad, hate born broubtfrom Mmtrral, Canide, iclo the Uciud States, aluce lit Jsnuar. a A California man ia said to hire discor ere I a piocew for drjirj; aud presicc pota toes by which tLev can hi preserved for years vittiout any lore of thrir flavor or nutritive quslmrs. The Las Vegas Jlct Siirga company bate irouiis.d to give a free hath in their famous sprues to the uiiinUrs of the edito rial eicursionitl". A good warm hitb will DO doubt d j coed. - One cf I be beat qualities aliout the roil in tbia...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 12 May 1881

f fr THE DODGE CITY TIMES. ASSWERS TO COHRESPOSDES7S Harry The Aikim-aa rirer has a tre mendous flow of water. Take a rail, or in tlie Yulcar parlance, "chop on jourfelf." Joe. The joons ltdira ejtpiee ttera tthti highly ple8ed wiili jour appearance. Tbej tliink a plui; bat " becomes jou.' Bj tlieway.lher don't snow that (be, bit is a borrow eil cne. Sally. The faiotmss or goutnen in the region of Ibe aiulomi you speak of is not heart sicknef s. You probably eat too much pic. Ditt en beans for awhile, and jour lirtr will Kttia orJer again. Lime. Thee paragraphs are the pro J nc ion of imagirauoD, anil it is quhe nat ural wnt of lhm make capital hit'. S ray shots from a iiiettl ar mote apt to strike than well direct"! aims. The bet way for you to manage it is lo let on that you have not been struck. Pejple like to indulie in pert over a jKon'i iburtconiirg. Alwaja tale the lift p'e of cake on the pla'e, it is presume i there i more cake. Jane. Tt.e " tnaher" is a dandified yotirg min...

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. — 12 May 1881

I I X HaU and IlonnrU. There h no one article which ha the po it to so male or mar the perfection of a toilette a the hat w liicli crow ns it, and no other part of a woman's dress U so ilillicult to select wisely. If one can allbrd to le extravagant only in one portion of a neason 8 outfit, by all means let it be in list, for tlicy"hao the place of honor in adorning the fact: and head, and a choice bonnet will gho htj to and grace to an olhcmi-c simple costume. Many of us hate learned to our sorrow that Mime of the prettiest and mot uncommon shapes are never to be found outside of tlioc expfnshe establishments where the cheacst hats coit twenty dollars, and tho uriccs rlinil, from this to the mostmagniliccnt heights. Frenrli lingers fcceiu to be Hjietially skillful in cliauging the form of a hat and making of it -onic'.hing ipiile different and much more pretty and Ix-coming than it was originally-, ltut fnim most of us imMrted Bonnets are as far removed as any of our other ideals, ...

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. — 12 May 1881

UN-iBl.fc'ra tn mM&n,n t .8W3H JQQJ e j f v T ,! m- H " -T "tA? 3 f TranplantInp.Erergren. -t Thcrt,h.is ah ayi been much raiil aa to the proper time (or traulantipg,ev. crgrecn trees. Ihe JiraLtrccwe ever planted on our own account pi, te-ever-preen family was a cejar-tree, Ve wanted Hbout a ilo?cn with uhicli to make a hedge, and were told to select the month of August, a that was the. year to remove them witli certainty. 'AYi? ilid so, and were three yean before 'TO could put enough to grow. Ibb true gm'il-siztd tries were selected, Urt they w ere not two hours out of the jnWnd before they ere in aain, ami. during even that "short porjod the roots were protected against the sun. We never tried Augut againj and sub-equently'in planting the Hemlock and Norway sprnces; the double white spruie,,the common, mountain spruce, the white pine, the KxceUior pine, the Criptomeria, the Austrian and Scotch pine, e Irish juniper, the "Irish yew, the American, Chinese and Siberinn arbor ita...

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. — 12 May 1881

I LOCAL NEWS. TSUI TlBLI-l,, T.AM. V.M.K. UlfOUR. riwcitr.. IJtAJi. rwni.r. 11 Ki.ii, Emigrant. ..10-tS A.M. VttU&t TsM f.M. aTruxtt IIS AJ. somntT. Passenger. 2 J a.m. Passeagtr. tso rji. Easlcnat..7:sOAja. Freight... J30r. a. ftelekt.... Mil. J. McOlM.MB, Agest. Luke McGuire i a resident of Lu Vegas. "Ibe geoile eepbyr blowets, tod the vege- tetou bluometb. Lccal items ne lew and far between. This u tti boey season. fcpeing track i growing finely under the gentle iofisaoors of run asd tan. bterlicg is talking cbeu factory, paper Bill and sjgar factory. Tot town ia boom- I- Bach heavy (rue was never btfore known o tail; in the eprisg. Plenty of grass and water make plenty of batinees. Ham Bll purchased the laiform sralcs belonging to A. It. Webster, end baa erected them to front of bia lieery ruble. Tea dog nuiunco wu considerably abated coder ibe efficiency ol tbt city eaatahalle. Nearly $1.0 was collrc ed ia taxes co degs. Morris Collar is occupying hie commodi oua itore buil...

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. — 19 May 1881

DODGE CITY TlSlM c SIXTH YEAR. DODGE CITY, KAS., MAY 19, 1881. NO. 261- DODGE HOUSE Price $2 Per Day. FIRST CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT AND FOR TRAIiSIENT CUSTOM EXCLUSIVELY. First Class Livery, Feed and SAU: STAIILE IX CONNECTION ;with this home. Cox & Boyd, Proprietors. GREAT WESTEEN HOTEL S. 6 ALLAN D, Proprietor. South side of the Railroad, DODGE CITS', KiSIA GOOD SAMPLE ROOMS FOR COMMER CIAL TRAVELERS. 8Si .So Liquor Sold on the Prmirtt. "ffiB CHAROEH HBASOIsAajI.il. LIVERY STABLE ATTACHED. WRIGHT HOUSE, WALTER STRAETER, PROPRIETOR. HATISQ OPENED THE HOUSE WOT EVEBl'THnO 1VKW, I INTEND TO KEEP AS GOOD A HOUSE IN EVERY RESPECT AS CAXBEFOVXD IS THE STATE. Terms, $2 Per Day. H. M. CLARK, Notary Public and Justice of the Peace, SPEABETItLE, KANSAS. Particular attention given to basiness in tbe U.S. Lund Office. Collections promptly attend edto. N. B. ELAINE, NOTARY PUBLIC, DODGE CITT, KAKtBAS. Office in the Dodge City Timra office. SUGAR-31AK1SG. Tbe culiivatioo of Sorghum cine i at...

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. — 19 May 1881

THE DODGE CITY tlMESJ (.fltst Rintox: jtj.oo pr Trar.fa idraaff. NICHOLAS It. KI.AINK, - Eihtou. THE ISLES OF LOSO AGO. O lovely Isles m far away In lire'a vait unnnr aeal Around tbeJrlttes tho sunbeams play Thtlr client mel'Klv-. Att their hclirhls the. cbanrlnir skies Their i!irhts and aba'tows thiow, A they airnln tefirn mo rie Tbe I .lea of Lome ako. O lovely If lea. forever fair. Anil clothed wilh jrreen they standi Nochaniroordeath can enter there. In ibat lair summer land. Where haniiy llnl. In sr.ady bowers, bin wilh Ihe bnaikleu flow, Ami rarities deck, and fadeless flowers, The lleanf Lonir Aim- I've, sailed out on the seaof life. Far from their p-arly stran it. Vet often ihrouirn tbe illn anil slrifo 1 see that summer land. Tbe ocean surtriuir round It thero With ceasele etili and tbiw: So ffraiit and -ir: and tlealhless fair 1 be Isles of fiHiii; Asro. Time, h-n life. 8 tnijrhty tide mm es on, r-taml ever fit the helm. To KuiJe o'er quick s-iuds and through storm J-nfe t...

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. — 19 May 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. SniSlT.irriON: $i.00 pr T,ar,I ldianri-. NICHOLAS K. KLAIXE, - Editoii. HEARTS OF GOLD. A traveler lost on Eastern sands, Athirst and faint, with failing hrcatb. Takes f rom his sack with trembling hands Tbe Mask tb.it stands 'twixt bim and death. Ho hastes to ilrnin tbo priceless drops: Itut seircu has rai-ed it to bis lip, Whtn a low moan he hear and stops: Tbi ro on the ground, it h lulling tip Of parched tongue, his camel lie, ratitmrand tient. tt falthlul still, ri-ading with his wilt, strian ecs. Hut patient to bis Blaster's wiiL He who hail lorne him oft in strength l'nm Jatla's gates toJericbo, Along thcshininx. let el Ungth Of ui-strts ubiteus northern snow He whom his little ones caressed At ctcning. by the fringed pilms. And sported round the honest breast As safe as in their mother's arms linll he not share the scanty draught. Though madness h irna in ever- eln. And dreams or fountains he basquated Come circling to tbe tortured brain? His doom Is se...

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. — 19 May 1881

J i THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. THURSDAY. MAY 19. SUIleCHiniOS: S2 00 per year. In advance. N. H Kl-AINK.EdlturandPublliilier. T11E TEX.IS CATTLE DRIVE The. K. C. Journal has interviewe! L. A. Allen on ibe Drive and prices of cattle. Wc extract a follows: Ihe size of the Texas drive can only be estimated, as there are bo man; difbreni pa'ha Nlen. There beiog no regular route, no tall can Le kept and the exact number ofcal-le arrive 1 at. The dijte ibis year from the ranges it ut at 300.00U bead, wh'cb dots not include tbe man; droves of beef cat le wbub nill Come direct from I lie Fan Handle of fexas lo this market. Ol the Texan drive, the cow and calves, year lings and two-jeir-olda will be left on the Northern ranges, lo eventually find a mar ket here. The three, four and five-year-olds conie directly to this market. This grade ia all purchased and packed by local I ujera duiinz ihe fall. Tl e preeent price of year ling steers in Texas range from fC50 to f8, and are contract...

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. — 19 May 1881

LOCAL NEWS. TIM! TAIILE-A., X. A S. V. ft. K. GOIXO ZST. Passenger ,3:10a.m. rasse nger. Stfo rjc. Lrulfrrsot. Maju, 'relsiii....l3F.ii. FreUlit . 1:13 a X. MlGINMS, Agent. uoixa EAST. FatMDger.. lOA.M. laSMHEtr. 11 30 A. U. Emigrant... 10:13 a.jt Jreijlit 730 r-.x 1'rilgtt 3.10 AOi Tte as'cciation of Cow-ponchers will tneet in Dodge City ibis rummer. People begin to believe Ibat plenty of enow means plenty of rain. The Laken Herald ia the mxi Venture In newspaper life. Jo. Dillon ia editor. Eight andSO-lOJinchescf rainfall durirg two weeks ic May. llovr it that for high? ' The que-tion for discussion in Cow punihers' association: The milk punch or cow puncb. which? Some people seeci to lear that the gran ger will take the country. We must admit that the prospects look tint way. Cons and s'.e?ep hould not be pastured to gether. Horses atd sheep form s more suitable partnership, aa 'heir urazicg haibiti are similar. The ballet! J" Miter U rnet Band is im proves rapidly. The bind furn...

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. — 19 May 1881

Washing I'lnnm-Is. ltefore in are more than a dozen let ters requesting directions for washing manv wan on old flannel, but have the best results from the rule? here giten Professor Youman? tats: fabric, bv compression and Woolen friction. flannels and blanlets. We hae mjv- will mat and lock together: but cotton eral limci answered simitar questions, and linen libers, having no such asperi but almost all the duties of liousckecp- tics of surface, arc. incapable of close in;; are Kept clearly before the mind of J mechanical adherence. The fetting, unr iieonle more readily by tlio i fulling and .shrinking of woolen are line noon line and nreccnt tuion lire' ccirt" mode of teaching. Therefore, caiicii bv the binding together of the ultimate 'filament'. This shows the im- i at theri.kof rencatinL wlnt we have nolicr of etcessite rubbing in washing baid before, we proceed to give soma j woolen fabrics, or of ehaniring them simple rules for this part of the wash-1 from hot to cold water, ...

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