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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 28 July 1881

Insinrerltj In 35ns!c. An accomplNlicil composer, who has the independence of character to defend popular aain't affected music, presents an illustration .ihich will be recognized asttue: JCo here do wo see democracy moro di-orediteil and aristocracy more abso lute than in the domain of music. The public'- musical servants how down ab jectly to a few connoisseurs, and show as much contempt for the masses of their hearers as they dare to in view of the fact that from the masse they get their pav. Whrn A gives a concert, and rrally pfeae. 1!, C and the rest, he is likely to feel as if he must apologize to the critical D forhaiii; "JoKcred" him self to popular apprehension. "A, my boy," he s-ays, "why do you put such trash upon a programme?" " It's business, you know," replies A, with cowardice; " they are uch nuni skulN, they would not stand anj thing decent." D, very likely, writes for the press. A, therefore, trembles when lie takes up tho journal in which a review of his con cert i...

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. — 28 July 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES- Written lor the Time. ISFAST HYQ1EXE. Locality. Canity of population and infantile autruaer disease! bate a direct ra tio with etdi other. The mortality among young children in large cities it prorcrbial. It ocean in these cities in their moat dense ly populated districts, where tenement houses abound, and in hoapitala and aiylame (or children. This is undoubtedly doe to lack of care, ventilation, cleanlineM of per son and food, and facilities for open air ex ercise. Seams. The expression " rammer com plaint" iiindicaUTeof theefiecti of season in earning disease amotf children. There are two yearly periods of exceesWe mortal ity occurring in this country; one, the max imum in June, July and August, and the other in tho coldest season, December, Jan utry and February. In England, where the summers are cooler and the climate more equable, the grettest mortality is caused by diwares of the respiratory organs in the win ter. The alternation of Tery hot and cold sea...

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. — 4 August 1881

V DODGE CITY TIMES C f SIXTH YEAR. DODGE CITY, KAS., AUGUST 4, 1881. NO. 272. DODGE HOUSE Price $2 Per Day.' FIE5T CLASS IN EVERY BESPECT AND FOK TRAKSIENT CUSTOMJ EXCLUSIVELY. first Class Livery, Feed and SALE STABLE IX CONNECTION with this house. - Cox & Boyd, Proprietors. GREAT WESTERN HOTEL. S. G ALLAN D, Proprietor. South side of tho Railroad, ;dodce cits', Kansas GOOD SAMPLE ROOMS FOR COMMER CIAL TRAVELERS. SQi, So Liquor Sold on the lYonies. CHARGES BEA8eKTABI.e. LIVERY STABLE ATTACHED. WRIGHT HOUSE, J. H. TEPFEK, PROPRIETOR. nAVIh'O OPENED TOE HOC3K Willi ETEBXTDIHG DEW, I INTEND TO KEEP AS GOOD A HOUSE IN EVERY RESPECT AS CAS E FOUND IN TUB STATE. Terms, $2 Per Day. GRAM) CENTRAL RESTAURANT, T. J. DRAPER, Proprietor, MBUE CIT1T. KAXBAK. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. ONLY FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT IN THE CITY. IS PROHIBITION ENFORCED. The law breakers are not alooe in Dodge Ci.y, Leavenworth, Atcbuon and Topeka. Injustice lo the particular ciiiei) named we publish the following from ...

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. — 4 August 1881

THE DODGE CITY' SCIM KirriO! i.OOr Trir.in Idtaarr. NICHOLAS I!. KLAINK. Turnci I unt wc recommend lilm to mercy." Tlio iixLbo, Judge asked, somewhat tartly, whether thev found the prisoner guilty or not I guitty.andthcv answered- ".oiguiiiy. but we recommend him to mercy." ' This naturally raised a laugh in the Lditoii . court-room, after which the Judge cx- plained that their finding was cquiva- .. r.rn ,nr..;i ;J7. urn ni-cw" ' vnt toan enlir0 acquittal, which was "Dhll AJJh.SD 1S7 DEll ULSTh, l at IcIitll rccordcd. On a trial for lar- Tbenjornln? noun are Joyful fa'r. With rail of blrj and fccnl ut dew; And blent with minim kiiI I and blue. AulfcUU tt)0uum.criiiMfitlJe4 ir'i Tho Mow -ua lingering aeek I he Mt A loth to Icive an I a-Mere. o soon The lonir and frnznint atleniuon; Hut sllll ibe ctraUin Is I be best. Dar majr fall n day tnar be. llnr liar. J 1 alt h"Hsl wild irtftf, her eyes AlUbt wlib 4j tuf prupbecic: lint wttliwc turn where. wistfully. Tho Tilled m cnlni?. dimly ...

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. — 4 August 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. SrCSCKiniO'Vi $J.OO frr Tear, In Admire. NICHOLAS Ii. ELAINE, - Editor. A MWSUMMh'It DAI'. There Is a Cuss In thn sir of crimen deep: From n waKinz bird there's h .Irovriir cheey: There's a ni:-f m' ' unn tho hrooks. And a slitter ot Srw in il U'kr nooks. And this Is tho way A tnidumincrda Eld the worid jniod-msrnln?. There's a tremulous err f mm a tree-toad bid. AnJ the hut plaint or the kn viu: Then Ice tlre-Sles wink. n-w hitn. now loir, Uke a sudden tliirry r m.lden now. And this is the way A mM-uinmerday Ilids the world ffixKl-ci enilff. Gcoryc t'0"jr. fu Jfiirnr- Yinmj frolic 11.111, STOlUIs. AVfant Cjiuic Thrm. T.irlhrr wltk fine t'nrluu. Phenomrmi. Tlie cause of liail storni3 has never been explained in a satisfactory man ner. The mot common theory, how ever, in regard to them is Volta's, which is that the hail stones are sue cesshcly attracted by the clouds charged with opposite electricities, and thus grow until they fall. Hut. if the hail stones were...

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. — 4 August 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. THURSDAY. AUGUST 4. SUDSCUHTIOSs t2 00 per year. In advance. IT. B. KLAIHK. Editor asylPubllabcr. The following article, entitled "Eutter, CUttrr, and Egge," taken from the St. Louii ICepublican, treat of a Buijrct ol great Im poitance to the firming industry, and what the Republican rtjt of it ta quite as applies' b'.e to Kanaka aa to ilusoJri. We recom mend it to tbe perusal and consideration of our firmer reader, both in Kansas and Musourl. The Kepublican rajs: Miwnri farmers fenerallj regard butter. cheew, tgg and poultry as rather email matters dniiabla enough as accompani ments of eubttintial farminp, but too ini; niGcant to be the epecial objects of a ub- mantial farmer. In the States of Illinois, Iowa and Wisconsin, on tbe contrary, the production of butter, cheeee, eggs and poul try Is regarded as the higheet and mart prof itable form of fuming and experience phows that this view is correct. It is stated that Iowa produced last year 82,000....

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 4 August 1881

M I LOCAL NEWS. TIJIE TABI-K-A.. . ' t. K' COIVO EAST Passenger 1 JO A.M. l'ASMIlgtr. 12 P.M. imlgrant 10-45 a.m. Irrelsut .. . 7S r. freight. .. 3 10 a.m. ooixo EM. Passenger 3.10 a.m. rssaeDgtr. b-iO r.x, Lrutrrant. T.w a.iu. trr!.tit. . liWr r. Preterit Ml a M. 1. McGlN.Ms, Agent. Tito steam Loreo mail fun for the bovs. The delizhtful weather reminds us of the eoro and yellow autunin. The watermelon crop- slowly comctb. Does the grasshopper sit on the vine! Bnsimss is better than iu any pievious year in Dodpe City ; and the fall trade will i Iielv. The Arkansas river w still np bih. and with this stage of water wc may look for znorc rain. The steaniine np of Mr. Bath's road cngind'attracted as mnch atteution as a calliopo at a cirens. The D.lge City Flouring Mills are run-, .nine day and nirtit, such is the demand for flour and feed. There was no special term of the Dis trict Conit held this week. The regular term will bo held In October. Cattle shipping is in progress. About 125...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 4 August 1881

Ponllrj Hna-i and Vermin. lduccscold. Hence in arranging perck- el space cuonh to allow a poo I cir- An elaborate and expensive liouse is tI1ation of fresh air should bo left bo not a necessity, but a disadv antage in twVen them. jKjultr) keeping' The twogreat obsta- , (jur ill0.Iel pouUry bouse, tben, will clcsin tho wav of success in this busi- stanilon the -urfaco of the cartli, ami ness am vcrniin anil coids. 1 lie costly not ,B an incipient mine; it will not be home aflords no protection against arKei aj not be expected to house either. Of the three kinds c( insects more than twenty or thirty fouls. Ex whicli infest the common fowl, thcniito perienco is clearly against largo f!o ks. is the worst and hardest to get rid of. wc de-ire to keep more wo should in Tlie louse, body or feather, is rolled oft" crea.,e tj,0 number instead of the size of in the dun bath, and may be killed or . our UOuses. fcix feet high and si': feet driven awav by apply ingl'crsWn im.cct uy eight feet on ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 4 August 1881

HOME, r.VIJJI AXl) (JAUDEX. Chprre f!.itiin. Ono nint of pliorrv Yf iuice. thrco-(ourtln pound of susar. a teasnoonful each of prounil cloves and cinnamon with a ilasii of cayenne pep per. Bo 1 until a thick sirup, then bot tle and seal. - Steucd Onions Peel the onions and boil them in salted water with a little milk, until they aro perfectly tender, then drain and put them into a white sauce to simmer for ten minutes before serving. To prep ire mustard, let a pint of pood vinegar lotue to a boil, stir in a (juarterof a pound of mutaxil.tno table spoonfuls of suar, a tauleponnful of salt and a smill sjuonful of white pep per. Let the mixture boil lire minutes. To I're-ervo llura. Look tliem over and pick out all that aro imperfect or impound. Mao a sirup of atean. brmvu sit 'ar and clirify it. When perfectly clear and boiliug hot, pour it over the plums. Lit them remain in the simp two diys, then drain it oir, make it boiling hot, skim it and pour it over attain; let it rcni.in anot...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 4 August 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. The 11th of Autos: is the time set by law for the anneal school meeting to be held in eacu uisinii in iuv ivumj. Tin1 Vanincton corresondent has dis covered tliat there was a plot to assassinate Gajfield at the lirae the electoral commision wis in.eion. It Is announced that lion. A. 1$ Jetmcre, o! Topeka, will purely be a candidate for the lieimolion nomination to luccevu xicn. ThoiniB Kvsn, in the Third district. Farmers should not wait until fall to plough fire guards. lJurn a oon as the Ktan will do, and you n?ay thertby save your i-jctcr: irorn destruction. Au old army officer has j"l returned $100 to the treasury conscience fund, became he drew too much on forage account during the war. Reenlaoce in second innocence. O'borne, the gardener claims to have 100 bushels of rotate', raised by him ad joining Larned. He claim to have a cer tain Tandy just ruited to this climate. Cl.rorjccce. Since the 1st of .May last the U. S. Col lector of Kansas baa isrueel (ty...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 11 August 1881

JcW &'cA DODGE CEDY TIMES SIXTH YEAR. DODGE CITY, KAS., AUGUST JL1, 1881. NO. 273. '& J I DODGE HOUSE Price $2 Per Day. FIK5T CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT AND FOR TBAKSIENT CUSTOM: EXCLUSIVELY. First Glass Livery, Feed and SALE STABLE IN" CONNECTION with th!srioue. Cox & Boyd, Proprietors. GREAT WESTERN HOTEL. S. GALLAND, Proprietor. South side of the Railroad, ;dodi:c citv, iuxus GOOD SAMPLE ROOMS FOR COMMER CIAL TRAVELERS. C So Liquor Sold on the Prtmita. "t33 CIIAHKI.rs nBAMOaVAEtXE. LIVERY STABLE ATTACHED. WEIGHT HOUSE, J. II . TEPFER, PROPRIETOR. HAVING OPESLD THE HOUSE WITH EVERVTIIINC MEW, I INTEND lO KEEP AS GOOD A HOUSE IN EVERY RESPECT AS casbe FOUSD IS THE STA TE. Terms, $2 Per Day. GRAND CENTRAL RESTAURAXT, T. J. DRAPER, Proprietor, JtODUE CITV, KANSAS. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. ONLY FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT IN THE CITY. OSCAR TREVALLEE, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, (John Mueller" old stand.) BODGE CITV. KAJtHA. TIIE CHA WFORD C0VS1Y SYSTEM. Lift week we referred lo the matter of ...

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. — 11 August 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. M'BMCIITMX: S.OOir Vr.r, I. Ui.nfr. NICHOLAS H. KLAINE, - i:ditoi:. MIDSUMMER MADSESS. AllttlnklM, A lltllo blls. A tittle rlnir-it' ended. A llltlo Jaw, A Mtlo law. And 1: the lmd are rcndcd. There ws fair daml In Worcent cr. lua rounjr man ber pa Introdorcestcr: Itut hen o lo said, llcrbot blmelf dead, IlowaiHbawnltrrerorccter. . lltUM Tratuenpl. Tmlyalmy with hU linUe And f un." And bit bin iln burn and hla ) awpliur iru-". And hl heaiy xt and his airt'chamnirr. And bis throat of ten wllJ-InJin clamor: Ills lHxim and drums, and akill for racket. That's a tljtblcr Dt than bia under-Jaekct, only ft boy. but wben In tuns He' a match tora wake and a libr typhoon. I'uuarra fSatrUe. It vm a youth of ino-lcat f.urpo Said Mft unto a maid: Which ivimldyou rather tackle, next. Ice-cream fir lemonade" Across the maiden's roy check Paid lilt a lnn!n.r auillu: I'll order Him of both." t-he said. Holies hclptbejounu man's "pile. thisipt TntuM. Wbydolbtholittlii buy II Of ...

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. — 11 August 1881

4 i THE DODGE CITY TIMES. St'EsCKIITIOX: $2.00 per Trir, In A(lrnrr. NICHOLAS 15. KLAINE, - Eihtok. i FEKSOXAL A3D LITERAKT. other, anil his brains to a third, all of , which they are to be picked up by which were to be preserved from de- twenty-one widows, who shall cornel composition. And lie added: from the church afterscrvicc. and kneel "If thoe gentlemen phaii fnii faithruiir to by the side of thostone for the purpose. exrcutethe- last wl-lu- ill thi Itviucst, I J AnuttW nh I nndnn a-finmh h n fitml will dime, tf it PhuuM be by an v innn im- Anoiiicr oiu i-onuon umrcn nas a luuil f IMo. und torment them until tby shall com-1 for irmg on every Good rnday aj P't! . . ... I bunch of raisins and a new iwnnv to I JIictiirc-genIenienhadthecoura-0sKtvboj3 of thc BIuc Coat School. ' io uwiuw ineir legacies, i nre oeqnesc ' Another Good Friday bequest pre a loaf of bread to a certain number "NO MAX'S LAW Who calleil it o Wh t hoc! lent The wary iftraf tie i-eI? What uanilennv fancy thit...

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. — 11 August 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. dodge crnr. Thursday, august 11 (EBSCBJITIOX: ajoo per year. In advance, H. . KI.AINK.Ba1ltrauaalPwallaer. FLOVR FJtOM SOIiGBVil SEED. A writer in the Western Homestead baa found new one for aorghom aeed. Sorgham ia a sore growth on theae pralriee, in wet or dry seasons, and the us of the seed for floor will encourage tbe cultivation of thia important crop. The writer says: A few years ago the Taloe of aorghom aeed waa not generally known nor apprecia ted. Farmer, when narrating the aor ghom, would Irate the ared lying on the ground; if the chickens or bogs ate it, all right, if nothing got to it it waa ail right. In agricultural papeta of to-day, we tee sor ghum aeed high) recommended as good for horses, hogs, chickens, etc Thia is a step in the right direction; and, allow me, Mr. Editor, to take a step farther, and reccom- mend it highly aa food for men, which I can do, having tried it. Griddle cakea made ol sorghum floor are similar in taste and ap pearance ...

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. — 11 August 1881

I y LOCAL NEWS. TIJIK TABI.K-A.. T. AS. V. K. K. OOIG LAST. 1'assengtr . lJHA.il. l'trnger li 4r.M. imlRrant...KMJA.M JTtlEht .... 7W r.M Ireigbt 110 a.m G01XG MT. J'asstngcr..3.10A.M( rasenpr. 220 r.x. Kmffrjot. T.Ma.iu. rtit.lit....l2.J0r.)i. trtlsht ... 1:13 a si. . MctilNMS. AS'nt. Found A Mv-onic gold emblem. In jjilire at this offic. The Ilunnewtll Independent, by Carter t Robert-ion, it an exollenl etock paper. Frjil Vi"e hat gone to visit friends in Sew York. We wish him a pleasant trip. The city authorities have had the weeds cut down, thus deetroyirg lurking places. Morris Collar has a good looking laJr clerk, who is prompt in wailing on ctutom-eri. The Beau Iiruminel of the moonlight dince last night crowned himself all over with slory. Hog raising and email dairying is being agitited about Larned. Eoth are good for small chpitil. Moonlight dancts are fashionable in this burg. A platform is trected in the eastern part of town. The face of a new clerk adorns the post offic...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 11 August 1881

A System for Running All the Illicit r a Cllj. ltcecnl munition lias mule it possi ble to move and icgulate the clocks of a whole city by means of compressed air furnished from central stations. Householders arc thus able to always ' have tlic exact time, ami are saved the i trouble and annoyance of attending to i their docks themselves. 'J'lio pucn lualic clock, therefore, promises to lie tome, like the telephone and the tele-' graph, of zrcat public use. and an im portant addition to the conveniences of modern life. I At the Paris Kliibitionof 1878 a very ! ingenious contrivance for the pnou-1 matic distribution o! time attracted I much attention. The inientors. Messrs. I Copp and Itesrh. had previously exper imented with their clocks in Vienna, but they bad not then perfected their arrangements tor moi ing and regulat ing them. When they applied to the ! city authorities for the privilege of distributing time a a monopoly for fifty years, they were, therefore, limbic j to get tho...

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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 11 August 1881

Tral-3IarK. The importance of a law that woul J pro tect trade-marks i recei Ins mal.l altcn tiun from the iiu-ine- public a. well as from Concress the bramU oil aorae poods aildin; larjrelvto their commercial lahie, becaue their "merit i known totheconximer, and the lmj er looks to trade-mark a i-oiitiIiitins hi jecuritj-. Thin the (iorham trade-mark ointcrIinsllerarc; Colgate-' mark to in dicate the iarlou Kraile of their oap? and toilet rooils ba alo erj Iiien commercial alue. The CiltirtFit Oik STOK ht a peculiar talue of it own which o di'iin-cni-he it from all other that it ha acquired yerr larjrc commercial alue. Lonllard Tol"iacio are food that the conumerak for in tho a imc nay. The law cannot be loo tciere in protecting honet manufacturers. The burning of the great toe works sae dealen voine ewue for mbxtltutinj: other toefortheC'iinri:u Oik, but nowthat theCmi:Ti:i:K factory is at work again turning out oer200toes a day. the trade ran set their order fdlcd promptly, and t...

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. — 11 August 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. THE JIVSSIAN MVLBEMIY TREE. A lew weeks ago we adistd tie planting of the Kowian Mulberry, tree sncctssfullT grown by the Mf nnonitea in Kansas. Ojr Stem win generally copisd bj llie newspa pers, and the following comments, bj the Wellington I'rcv, way be of intersst lo the people of Western Kansas: "Theeditirof the Press has three hun dred feet of K'lwiac mulberries growing in hedge. The plants wcte set two years azo lift spring; were at that lime one year old from the sceJ; and were obtained from the Kussian Mennonite settlement, in Harvey coiintT. in the Ml of 187S, end were heeled in duting ll.e winter. A'ler being set, as aboTe stated, they were so tardy in displaj inz any evidence of life that all ho of a future hedge from that piloting were aban- doned. IJjt during the latter part of Mar they began to grow, every one of them, and inanv of them have at this writing attained a height o twelve feel. The irunk and branches of the tree are strong and stalky, ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 18 August 1881

if DODGE CITY TIMES; o SIXTH YEAR. dodge" .HOUSE Price $2 Per Day. FIRST CLASS IN EVERY BESPECT AND FOE TRAKSIENT CUSTOM; EXCLUSIVELY. Tirst Class Livery, Feed and SAIJJ STABLE IN COSKECC10S with this house. ox & Boyd, Proprietors. GREAT WESTERN HOTEL. S. G ALLAN D, Proprietor. South si Jo o( the Railroad, IDODGI CITY. KANSAS GOOD SAMPLE ROOMS FORCOMMEB CIAL TRAVELERS. So Liquor Sold m the PrcmUa. TS3 CHARGE KEAseXiBlE. LIVERY STABLE ATTACHED. WRIGHT HOUSE, J, U. TEPFER, PHOFRIETOli. HAVING OPENED TM H.OCSE W1TJ1 . ETEBl'THIKG MEW, I INTEND TO KEEP AS GOOD A HOUSE IN EVERY BESPECT AS GASSEFOVSD IS TRESTATE. Terms, $2 Per Day. GRAND CENTRAL RESTAURANT T. J. DRAPER, Proprietor, DODliE CITV, KASHAS. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. ONLY FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT IX TnE CITY. DODGE CITY, KAS., AUGUST 18, 1881. NO. 274- OSCAR TREVALLEE, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, (John Mueller's old stand.) DODGE CITV. KAHaA. SHEEP SOTES. rlansM climate and the sweet nutritious griFses conduce ta the growth of cheep and i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 18 August 1881

I THE DODGE CITY TIMES. M.KCirno: f.00wr Tr,U Adrinrr. m ' NICHOLAS It. KI.AIN'K. - Kl.tTolt FLOWERS. 'rbpy ape not nun. Tbe lift tin? flower. Hut Ilabtj of Ood. Tmttibiuujrbtbutod Flash upward fruui the world bflieuth Thst n-jflon penplfld wM with death iidtcll u. In fNHbfutitlohuc, Tbat life rttirwd In iatnjr ttinmrh OurwnrM nxaln fo hvc tbektes. Its native realm of Paradl!.. Ilowlirfcfthpirdayl Tliey 4 annul May; Tbc very earth If-sln-alhulrUrth. And pprcailft b rauiplebisuradeep, ?-oaic it-lie of their uy lo kts-p, Ad cacb In l-n-dictlm ninps lis nrtnefpmi ll dainty wlnr: hut. HI .bet unsure It In tain: It lil'Mims i.ntl anlbf aaint I said I didn't want the lifty vents; but I'd go and try to find some clothes for them. I meant to go straight up to Atiui's barn and to brio;; the clothes 1 back, lint on the way I met Amzi with j the clothes in a haslet bringing them j down to the island, and he said: "Some jbodsgoin' to be arrested for Mealing ' father's and 'Squire Meredith's clo...

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