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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 23 June 1881

HOME, FARM AM GAKIIKf. Hrown pincr is an excellent thins to polish tin with. Kniits are more cheaply produced thin meat, ami shouM largely take its place during the warm se ison. H. ". Hill Co.. l)e-atur. 111., re port 100.00 ),U00of Hill's 'ridiijiiUf ho.; rins solil since IS".', inin, .Vi).500 pouniUuf wireme.-wurini .'!. 403 mile. StuJeil l'otaujej. Hake some lare potatoe in the r kin; when quite ilone. scoop int the in-nle. anil mash them well with a little hutter or m-lk: mix 5-onie tinely m need beef or mutton with the m i-licd lot itoes add ii pep crand silt to Usto; relill the empty skins with the mixture, .ind place tlieai in the oven aain till thoroii lily hot, putt ns a small 1 imp of butter on the top of each to prevent the.r becoming too dry. Serve i'u a cloth. 'I his is al ways a favorite dish with rluldren. Gocxeberry Jam. White or Crecu. Equal weight of Iruit and sugar. Se lect the goo-eberries not very ripe, cither white or green, and top and tail them. Bod the suga...

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. — 23 June 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. ONEHUXDJIED THOUSAND BUSH ELS OF PEACHES. Can't Dodge Cilfset rotate! the Wichita rw&cbca. Tfce Eagle ; : Two or three wetka aince we euggwted that Bome aj oughl to be derived whereby our farmera ootilj realize something Ut the urpltit wacli ciOp of ihia county this fall. Laat week we poblinbed n aupgealive answer from Mr. Chaa. Marab, of Colorado Spring'. Since that the Hoard of Trade hare had the problem urnler adri-emriit, and a committee waa appointed. The committee conaitla of tome of oar wide-awake men who ettimate that the ur laaage of ieacht, over and a bore home consumption will amount to orer ono hundred thousand buahe'a in thia coun ty. Aa it hi a crop that loixt be di'poeed of in from cix to ten week?, the members of the committee ha?e addreeeed the freight agents of the different railroad upon the question, and the upreis companies with reference to suitable refrigerating or other cars and rates. They have also written to several heavy can ning...

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. — 30 June 1881

0cL Ucjs t DODGE CITY TIMES a SIXTH YEAR.' "DODGE HOUSE Price $2 Per Day. FUST CLASb IK EVEEY RESPECT AND ton TRANSIENT CUSTOM EXCLUSIVELY. First Class Livery, Feed and SALE STABLE IX CONNECTION with this hoaw. Cox & Boyd, Proprietors. GEE AT WESTERN HOTEL. S. GALLAND, Proprietor. South side of tbe Railroad. DODGE C1TV, KAJVSA GOOD SAMPLE ROOMS FOKCOMMER CLIL TKAVELEKS. Bgu Ab Liquor Sod on the Prcaisct. "8 CIMBGE8 BEAKOMBLE. LIVERY SfADLE ATTACHED. WRIGHT HOUSE, WALTER STRAETER. PROPRIETOR. 1IAVI.NO OrESLD THE HOUSE WITH EVEUVTIMXG SEW, I INTEND TO KEEP AS GOOD A HOUSE IN EVERY RESPECT AS CAyBEFOUSD IS Til ESTATE. Terms, $2 Per Day. GRAND CENTRAL EESTAURAXT, T. J. DRAPER, Proprietor, DODGE CITY. KASSA. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. ONLY FIBST CLASS RESTAURANT IN THE CITY. DODGE CITY, KAS., JUNE 30, 1881. NO- 267 OSCAR TREVALLEE, BOOT AND SHOE 'MAKER, (John Mueller's old stand. BADGE CITY, KARMA1. PBOPeMLS FOR OATH. HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF TUE MISSOURI. Office of Chief Quartermaster. 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. — 30 June 1881

Mr.MIIHTIOVi i.00 pn- t.ir,la idraarr. JCI"'r'l ." " '' MM'.. EntTor .,, -. -,. Ibcfoiethe trado becomes so enormous THE DODGE ClTY TIMES. ' monopolize legislative inlluence , As to less notorious adulteration, it is lu i- rciuciiiuc-rcti mil ii is au iiiiiiin;; 1 1 eld fur the cupidity of men; that the world ii growing "more artistic and I b-ing furnished with more skillful inetb I ods of combination; ami that no are not THE IIHAKEMAX. -oexpcrirniuancciromsucnc-viisexccpi mrougii rigmriw aim amiiuneii waicu fulncss. While harmless ingredients are more naturally sought: let, as iu the case of alum in bread, or acids in haking-poiiders, orco'ors for effect, the mixer easily convinces himself that small quantities mil do no harm. Hie National Hoard of Health recently co operated with tho New- York Hoard of Trade and with the prem urn oiler of the sanitary engineer in forwarding a form of law which was deemed expedi ent, as not being oicrstnct or strin gent, on the one hand, or too lax...

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. — 30 June 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. Sl'IlsfKiniOt: $S.OO pfr Trar, la AJunrp. NICHOLAS I!. KLAINE. - Editok A yiGUTS REST. Tho sun sinks low in red and gold; TheKmperoriMictli wet: "Thank liod. tlieilay Is neirlyjold! Xigbt come, und I may rest. Already midnight In tho room Appilnted for hi sleep: Barred Iron shutters caae its g:c m. And siloing stillue'S Veep. Through nil tho nntechamtiers last. Hell linke 1 to bell, to bell: , The lightning's ch tin Is rorged and cast. 'io warn him by lis spell. With tca'.thy footstep, incisure!, slow, Silent on p tin of death. Ills hundred guards creep to and fro. Annul to tnelr ery teeth: .And in safe hiding-place, at hand I!y subterranean nay. The fleetest coursers bridled stand. To wait till break of day. TIs n'gbt. Tho Emperor faints for sleep. With slow and hilling trojd. These thrtsholds which ucatb-igus keep He crosses to his bed. A secret spring shuts fast his door; No m rial knows t he t rick. O ratal sign of fateil hour! Fate, laughs to hear it click...

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. — 30 June 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. THUHSDAY. JUXE 3U. EUII6CUIIT1UN: tj u per yrtr, in adranee. If, B. KIJtlNK.ErtllornndPnblUlirr. The recced crop ol alfalfa coming on rspidlr says tbe Writ La Animn Leader. Farmers are now confident tbc can get Ihrte cro per reason from it. A number ol pur Kwn exebangrs call attention to tbe fact tiiat bearded wheat is much better tbis year than tbe smooth wheat, especially on upland. If ibis i true, it is a matter worth considering. A f rjr destructive I atl 6torra risited the ticinity of Ellinwood lift Friday night. The destruction of crcjn of all kinds It al mont complete. Nic'aerson aud vicinity were alto Tiaited be a aim lir storm about at the time hour. One of the tawt remarkable chapter in the financial bistory cf the world was the Tolontarjr conversion of ?JC5,000,000 ma iming fire and tlz ptr cent bond into tLree and a half per cent bond', making a reduc tion of about $10,000,000 in tbe annual in terest cluige of tbe nation; end the par nit...

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. — 30 June 1881

LOCAL NEWS. TinB I1BLB-. GOING XAST. Passenger.. 10) A.M. lMsenger. 12 r.. hmlcrnt... 10:13 a.m. rrtisht TiW r.. rrelgbt..... 3.10 A.M. , T. S. V. B. B. coixo win. rasenger..3:10A.J. I'assragtr. WO rj. Emigrant. 7:40 xja. reigbt....lisl-.n. Fn-ijbt.... 1:saj. . McGUiMS, Agent. W. F. Petilion his gone to the Chicago Saiogerfest, where he will enjoy his lager and prelz'l. Mis Clara Adam?, for three yeirs past a teacher in the Dodge public school, has gone to visit friends in Indiana, and Kill proba bly remain absent one year. The York-Parker-Draper Mercantile Co. have purchased the ranch and cattle of Geo. Anderson. Mr. Draper went down to the raneh to inspect the purchase. A comet is visible to tbe naked eye in the northern sky any lime alter dark. It is sup posed to be chasing the moon, and will cross its path new of these nights. The DjJge City Flouring Mill ha stopped for a few days in order to make improve ments sud repairs in tbe mill; and to pre pare for the big wheat crop. The...

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. — 30 June 1881

Mnmmj Wheat. The statement is frequently made that wheat hai been raised from seed found in Kgy tian tombs which had twen rest in" to Ujoii'-ind jeara or mora, and till retained vitality. There is no rea sonable diubt that grain was once jjrmvn in Knjland from seed sujipoed to lie ancii-nt KrptUn. The quest on Is whethur tlie tee.l was in truth an cient. Graiu is often found anion;; the Articles deposited in tin: tombs. Itul it is always. n fir as knoA'n to Kjyrptnlo gists, 'completely dead. ro?emblins charred grains, lite roasted coJe", and is easily pu.rerued to lino dust, Jo attempt to jror it has succeeded, when tried by investigators for the purpose of testing its vitality. It is therefore believed that the gram supposed to be ancient, which was grown by Mimo one. and which rave ri-e to the story, was in fact modern. Thw is the inure prob able ironi a s,e!l-lnnwn and very com mon custom of the modem fullalicui (or peasants) of Kypt- The bale of autiquites to travefe s was formu...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 30 June 1881

HOME, FAUMAXO UAKDES. Drying SSncct Corn Hoil the corn about litenty minute. and then cut it from the cob. Cut off the top of the ir-iin and S2i-.ue out the rejt; tlien spread it on cloth (muslin) stretched on wooden frame, ami dry over the ' stovo or ranpe. Do not put too near j the lire, or it will brown. It can be done in the oven, but care mint be ued not to let it bo too hot. i Cre.it care mu-t be exercised in ( putting away winter dollies'; clean iapcr7:i k. or even old cotton or linen pillow ca-c will do to Iio.d them, pro viding mere .ire no holes in llieiu. Take ' theannenU that are to be laid awjy nut'loors on a summer day, let them I haiii oa a line 'or several ho irs, bruii j ami lie.it the iiul all out. then put into the baijs. tie them up. so th.it no moth j cm set in. and lay them on clean, dry j shelves, or ban them up. ! I'or a nl.vn boiled puIdinrr take I one ipiart ot milk, the yelu of live e; well ln-utcn. a little salt, and t. enouirli to wake a batter as thick ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 30 June 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES- Written lor ike Timet. JXFAX1 UVGIEXE. A few pertinent lematks on tbia subject it the present time, the beateil season biT leg iwj enRnlphtd ui, are herewith sub mitted for the information of the genua public. There Instructions will, it it Loped, be of saeittacce is the management and rearing of iafant children, erer recurring duties in almost Cttrf household and dolus which are diatinct and inatkrd in their nature from all other, embrariDg u they do tbe comfort, happiness and future well being of those moot dear to u. A proper way perhjps to begin tbe euljtct, will be to give at or.ee a ftw cardinal rules, adopted and published bj tbe New York Hoard of Health, for a number of year put, and which Late thai tar been fruitful of good rtiults ameng both, rich ar-d poor. These ruin are as folloas: ABOUT SVttcIXO BABIES. Orerfeedicg does more harm than any thing else. Xnri-e a babr of a month or two ererr two or three hour. Nurse a babj of nil montbl and orer, fife...

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. — 7 July 1881

if 0 ' CiCr . u 7 DODGE CITY TIMES SIXTH YEAR. DODGE CITY, KAS., JULY 7, 1881. NO. 268. 'i. DODGE HOUSE Price $2 Per Day. FIRST CLASS IX EVERY RESPECT AND FOR TRANSIENT CUSTOM. EXCLUSIVELY. First Glass Livery, Feed and. SALE STABLE IX COXXECTIOX with thU house. Cox & Boyd, Troprietors. GREAT WESTERN HOTEL. S. GALLAND, Proprietor. South side of tbo Railroad, 'OODKE CITV, KAJISA CiOOD SAMPLE ROOMS FOR COMMER CLL TRAVELERS. BS, So Liquor Sold on the PrcaUcs. "T33 CIIABCEM BEASOrCABI.e. LIVERY STABLE ATTACHED. WRIGHT HOUSE, WALTER STRAETER, PROPRIETOR. HAVIKO OPENED THE HOUSE WITH EVERVTIIHG NEW, I INTEND TO KEEP AS GOOD A HOUSE IX EVERY RESPECT itS CASBEFOVSD IS THE STATE. Terms, $2 Per Day. GRAND CENTRAL RESTAURANT, T. J. DRAPER, Proprietor, DODtiE CITV, KASSA. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. ONLY FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT IN THE CITY. OSCAR TREVALLEE, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, (John Mueller's old stand. StBGE CITV. KANMAB. THE WEtlTJBER IS J USE. John Huettenmueller, Signal Officer, males the follow...

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. — 7 July 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. ft lls'.IIinlO.M $:.0o p.r Trar.la iJiaacr. xirnoj.A"; n. klatve. - kditok THE JOURNALIST. rMr.MaiTCIenimer'aroem tlcfore, tbe New York 1'ress A- -Istion Men of eafrereyes, and teeming brain! email Is tho honor that inen dot to t!co: Thr y match the frulta-foot thy years of laln lies ouryet oorn In tree. What tbnuiru tbe tnaisure of thy nervous force. Thy rich Itatltj- of mini and heart, fioca awtrtly down before thy Molocba cry "It isnotartt" The p et dallying with till fitful mun. On lirmnfir I'esaans whoso baltlnir trlde tsomellinfji irlics out be bcodii tbo man of "news" Cries: "see, we're partcdwider Tbe novelist, eUe. from lofty crest Of fiction's lot cly pataro of tbe air. Ijooksdown and surbs. "Only a journalist!" "My belubt li his de-pair' Tho Jays mlnuteof eeMer "literature." Whnlljhtlv chatter on its outmost rim Of naiiffht but of ibcirsmail "position" sure l'olnt f oorntully at htm! Tbo statesman smirched, with pillld malice irrlro. Or rssl with wra...

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. — 7 July 1881

vr THE DODGE CITY TIMES. NICHOLAS I!. KLAINE, - Editou. TI1E SAME OLD STORY. She fits within an easy-chair. An open letter spread before her. So briirbt and dainty, youni and fair. Now nleralltholadsaioroher. Beside ber smo rthly-rounded cheeK The roesloo their tlntelKtory, And, KJiinir In her eyes so sweet. 'Jhe poet tells hU sweetest story. And a ho read . her lorcly mouth 1'outs In a manner so t juillny. Ton d think her prettier, perhaps. Than when hrY f acu is el d and smlllmr. "Such impudence!" sbeays: "indeed. This man miulrcs severer -choolinj. EietlnsihHs tn.nebU way. . My better JuiUramt o erruliug-. 'To steal a kl.atd then declare Heonly lowrs to steal another: Who wool 1 hjc tnouihthedbesoDoiar I'm half inclined to toll his mother. Ilutlf I will fonrivp," he says. lie -will at once make reparation. And irladly what h ttt in hasto Iteturn with more deliberation. 'It was my beauty tempted him' Ah. that's tho way they always Batter, And think a few bezUilinz words Wlllreitif...

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. — 7 July 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. THURSDAY. JULY 7. hUflSCTlimONt JWpcrjar, In advance. IT.B. l(I.AI.M:.e4lllorniidriilillIirr. profits ix sheep raisixo axd THE JiOilAXCE TUA T FOLLO WED 1UE OLD SHEPHERDS. The industry cow tngaging general atten tion in Kansas, it sheep raiting. We could cile several instances of successful and prof itable management of sheep, but we shall refer to ooe in particular; and this one is a creditable example of unit proper manage ment asd a knowledge of sheep railing will accomplish. O. E. Moore baa a sbeep ranch in Hodgeman couotj, ten miles north of Spesreville. Last year be purchased of D. Hope, 1200 bead of improved Merino ewes, paying $2 25 per head. Thin epriog there h an increaw of 1020 lamb. Tbe wool clip from tbe 1200 ewra was 6,000 pound, nd tbe wool being of a good grade Mr. Moore exiiect to realize 25 cent per pound. lie also purchased lait year 300 lambs from which be realiied about 1000 pounds of wool, making Lis total clip 0,000 pounds, th...

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. — 7 July 1881

LOCAL NEWS. TIAE TABLE-!., T. B. F. K.B. GOI3G CAST. l'assenger.. 101a.m. l'uaigir..lj'45 r.v. Emigrant. ..10: IS a.. freight TSW r.M. Freight 3:10 wi. ooxxg wxsr. Iassenger..3:10 a.m. l'assenger. 30 rji. Emtgrnt..7:t0Ajn. rreight....l30r.ji. KrtUbt.... 1:15 AX. J. SlcGlNNIS, Agent. Arthur Marsh U visiting friends in Lia Vegas. M. W. Sutton and wife made a short visit to Las Vegas. Chinch bugs are working on the corn ad jacent to wheat fields. J. H- Wright, of the Pan.Handle, has teen in the city several days. His wife re turned this morning from a visit to Missouri. The family of Thos. Lahey was increased by the arrival ot a boy Sunday morning. Tom is going to make a bepherd out of this boy. Mrs. Moore has established a Dres-mak-in 'establishment at Miss Walker's old stand, where she will be pleased to meet her old friends and customers. Miss Clara Adams and Mr. M. Miller were married in Kansas City on Thursday last. The groom resided in this city a few month". Ther have our bett w...

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. — 7 July 1881

A Florida Duel. A letter received by a young man in thU city from .1 lady who reside in Camjibcllton, FJa . a little town near the seaeoatt, contain an account of a duel fought between twoyoun men near that place, which was attended by a preat amount of shooting and very little damue. The account fcbe gives of the duel is as follows: Just how the quarrel originated be tween them is a profound mystery, but the fuis lirat commenced at a picnic, and is supixwcd to have been about gome trivial remark which was made by one of tno,jouiig men and taken up by the other. A rather lengthy quarrel ensued at the picnic ground; both young men weiu held apart by their friends and allowed to expend their wrath but in words. The matter was nettled for that day, but of course insults had been given that could only bo washed out by gore, and as soon as one of this young men got home he wrote out a challenge and handed it to a friend to deliver, 'lhc challenge was delivered and promptly accepted. 1 li...

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. — 7 July 1881

Teasing Children. Many people have the habit of tcainr every one they can, particularly chil dren, just for the fun (?) of -cein? them eet an'Ty and to see what they will do and hear what they will fay. Nothing cl.-e seems to pive them qmte as much satisfaction a this kind of sport, and they will go to any trouble and lose no opportunity of engaging in it, to the vexation and discomfort of every child they are for any length of time in con tact with. . One of tbce pets of social life comes where a child u quietly at play, and the firt thing U to upset its toys or itself, or annoy it in some way, and when it man ifests its excited feeling, they laugh as if it were a rod ioke. If the little ono is pugnacious, and rushes at its tormentor with iu little fists and tries to punish him. it is considered rare sport, ana -in(U-nrmih is bestowed OSS ffift to appease the wrath of the aggrieved child, only to oeprovosuu igaiuitum another opportunity presents itself. ThiM nmnle undoubtedly do no...

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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 7 July 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. WWP.TAXT TO SBTTLEItS UPOX OSAGE LAUDS. U. S. Lakd OrriCE, Lamed, Km., June 28, 1831. Br Infraction! tki day receieed from the Honorable Comtniioner cf the Ueneral Lard Ode, I)"' iu'ei heretofore In force goitrmi the duiwitiou of Ouat Indian Lande hare, ith the piiroril of the lion. ecrctaiy of the Interior, been modified so as toriquir that in totriee hereafter made urxn Owge Indite Linda under Notion two of the act of Congrtw, Approfed May S, 1SS0, the jtnrral rr:ncilf of the pre-emption iawa, In rrrpect to filine, proof of aettle ineut acd notice cf miking proof ill he lojuirtJ to te fo loeil, and that filings mutt be made within three months from 1 te of ettluier,t, and proof and payment, of not Km than ote-fourtU the parcha-e pi ice vithin nix month from date of filing, iih notice by publication, a required in o'her jre-emp ion en'rie, anft ibit a re--i-fc (.f nyt ins than fix month will be Houirrdtobe eborn a evidence that the rtrtltmcnt i nude in fooj fa...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 14 July 1881

f DODGE CITY TIMER -2 r t TTCK SIXTH YEAR. DODGE CITY, KAS., JULY 14, 1881. NO. 269- DODGE HOUSE Price $2 Per Day. FIKST CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT AND FOR TRANSIENT CUSTOM, EXCLUSIVELY. First Class Livery, Feed and SALE STABLE IS CONNECTION with this house. Cox & Boyd, Proprietors. GREAT WESTERN HOTEL. S. G ALLAN D, Proprietor. South side of the Railroad. DODP.E CITV, K,A GOOD SAMPLE ROOMS FORCOMMER CLVL TRAVELERS. Eg, So Liquor Sold on the Remises. T3B CI1AKOK KEiSO.IABI.E.. LIVERY STABLE ATTACHED. WEIGHT HOUSE, WALTER STRAETER, PROPRIETOR. HAVISG OFENED THE HOUSE WITH EYEKVTUI.G SEW, I INTEND TO KEEP AS GOOD A HOUSE IN EVERY RESPECT AS CAXEEFOVSD J.V THE STATE. Terms, $2 Per Day. GRA5D CEXTRAL KESTAURA2sTT, T. J. DRAPER, Proprietor, DODliE CITV, KANSAS. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. ONLY FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT IN THE CITY. OSCAR TREVALLEE, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, (John Mueller's old stand.) B0DCE CITY. aSAHSAI. proposals for oats. ileadquaeteks department of the Missouri. Office of Chief Quar...

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

MltVSlrTNUj HMD JT Trar.Ia Adiiarr. XV IIOI.A.S I! KI.AINK, - V.Kntin the 1'EEIILE-MISDED TEXDER-FOOT. TUT? nnTirr PT'PV TTTWTFsJ I"' 'ie former rear were tlicrcfore far lnti ijuuvjIi oiii xxmtio. j lnun! n,aI1 enough by tiim,ivci to meet all the demands lor interest tln'ii accruing on deposits of 1A7'J, to take care of the uoal small uillKlran.il of principal, and to give Mrs. IIuhu and hi rfricnd'' everything they needed for their comfort To keep such a concern alive there must bo a like mere io of deposits upon a geometric ratio all the time, anil Mich a latcof advance cum it possibly bo luaiuta ned for many j ars. J lie lon.cr the thing Iatsthe wider U the circle of its lmal disaster and injus tice, md the duty.thcreforo ofever hon est man, whatever the duty of honest woman maybe, is to dc-troy such an enterprise as soon as it is unearthed. Mrs. llonc quite surpassed Mis Spitz cder in scrupulous obed encc to the spirit of their common scheme. Ihe latter sometimes though rarely, ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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