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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 18 August 1881

Al'. 7" arj&0'i I 1 ii A I THE DODGE CITY TIMES. SCBSCRf FTIO I --0 Pr Trr. In kdtaarr. ' NICHOLAS 1!. KLAIXK, - Epitor. m IX THE O'AllDEX. The b!ri ami Ihts an-1 butterflic Are vMtlnir tiuetnrr. AinoniMbe ptnkarol mlirnoncttc. ThU blescl tmmmrr weatner. Tbo liuv lo- they ask to leave Are irattUTinir their honey. And all or them are Hnrklnjr hanl. As peoplo work for money. Ibo buiterHIe li nothing more i was not at school or helping her moth er; (or, all this beauty Svas the 'result of uiiich patient work and faithful care. "Now. if I were only a boy," she said to Aunt Cathie in one of their talks. " I should coax father to let me raise apiece of wheat; or potatoes, and what a 'pretty sight' your posies were; and here I've been the means of spoilin 'em- Money can't replace 'em this year, but there's ten dollars, and I'm mighty sorry, besides." And he placed a bill in her hand. "Oh. no.-noH sobbed Cathie, "lou sell them: and then I should have some couldn't IicId it: nobodv was t...

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. — 18 August 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. THURSDAY. AUGUST 18 UBSCHHTIOX: it 00 peryeer. In adrance. II. B. MAINS. Bdltar anal rubllahrr. TUE CJIA WFOJID COU.V7 Y SYSTEM- Tli Wichita Eagle, of the 4th, inst., h ihe following remarkeoo tbe Crawford coun ts .tni of nominations. It ray: "The committee liae proposed an innoeation tht has not been asked for by the repreenlatie men, nor by tbe body of the piny, nd which, if adopted, will, if xperience is worth anything, lead to much trouble in the future. and may hip to defeat. We allude to tbe proponed Crawforl coutty system. One trouble will be, thit if adopted, it will Ik by a small minority of the Republicans of of ibe county. Ien If a majority of the Re publicans fhould turn out to the coming pri maries, miny will eote neither one way nor the other. The "primary election," or so called Crawford county system, has been tried in alniort every slate in the Union, and in very few instances baa it given even par tial satisfaction. While it lis vr...

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. — 18 August 1881

LOCAL NEWS TI9E TAHlTl-A., T. JV F B. B. bOEfG KAftT 1'ssseilger.. I.40A.M. Passenger. .1:15 r.H. Emlgrant...ll.-03A.sc rrt-iebt .... MO r.M freight tjo a.m coasnut, ruaenger..3:10 a.m. I'MitDgtr. av) rj. Lmigrant. 7:10 Ajn. Freight... .11.-01 P.M. Freight.... 1.13 AM. . McGlJiMs, Agent. M. W. Sotton wa down at Kanw City this week attending U. S. District Court. Charges bj Adams Express from St. Louu hare been reJnced to SI per hundred . Somebody might make the nucleus of a email fortune by gathering up the tin cans. Hon. B. M. Wright returned Sunday last from Missouri, where he purchased a lot of fine bulls. Fresh oyeters are eerfed day and night at Mrs. A. J. Peacock's restaurant, south side of the railroad. Cattle shipments are progressing lively. About 100 can have been shipped daring the past week. N. Logan brought to our office a corn sulk in the tasoel, nine feet long. Kansas com is generally diminutive. Mr. A. S. Mercer of the Henrietta Shield hut week irsued at Mobeetie 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. — 18 August 1881

R Dynamite Mirhlnrs and Coal Tori1- ''"Z hauled about the conntry for " A doc-, great moral show?" now can a burn rich man ever outer 'in the rial Tliu ofhial aeknuwlcdlement, made into sympathy with a or one? Monday by s'r W A". Harcoiirt in How many gi-is-es of rum can a in: ullon-oof Commons, that ten infer- take inside of an hour and keep with: midlines, charged with iiilru- tliu bound? of sobriety? Hon many ten-vcar old wive- arc now in love with their hu-bands? I low- many husbands ditto with their tcnjear wivc? ',' How many people really live up to the "olden rule. "Do unto others as ve would be done by?" How mnny try to live up to it? How many never try to try? How manV "do? other- at evcrv on- aud their lire tuppo-cs war to have , portunltr? been begun after fair warning. Hut j How mueh belter a man's appetite i the terrible implements concealed in . when he has no money to bui a brcak- thr cement barrel at Liv erpool aro fast. those that are resorted to when no war How man...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 18 August 1881

I -r HOME, FA KM AMI KARDE.V. Chicken-anil-Ham Rolls. Take half the crumb from the hearts ol French or lij;ht liome-maile rolls; but ter the cat it ami nil itli u mixture 01 minevtt chicken and lnm. Stop the hole in the side ".itli a wail of crumt or bit of emit. These are very nice. Cold Maw Drcsin;;. Sild live tab!esioonfuls of milk, and, while hot, stir in one well-beaten t'gs: add a piece of butter the size of a small egg; stir it constantly till it thiclens; add vincgai and salt toour taste, and pour oei the cabbju or salmi. Let it get cold belore eating. A Vermont father bad a lazy, shif t- I' less son who everybody said ought to hare gone out and fed swine on a small salary, but who refused almost to feed himself. Everybody agreed that he was a good-for-nothing, and one day the old man ambled Dim out of the house on the toe of his boot. The boy I went away and indented the lemon- squeezer, ana in one year nau enougn money in his pocket to buy his old dad out ten times over. H...

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. — 18 August 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. Wriltea lor the Times. INFANT UYOIENE. Weahbto. Meet autLon agree that with the erudition of the aeoond group o( milk tteib (that U the funr upper incisor, fioru the eighth to the tenth month,) effort it weanii.g should be beun. 'I his is en eoch in the digestive development of the child that indicate8 that other provisions for nour ifbmri.t hate now made their appearance. Unluriunalelj no dt finite rule can he laid down an to the time or manner or weaning. Man circumstances must be taken into con f idrraliou in deciding this important rjues lion. H the child takts the breast resdilv and seems to thrive, lit motherin the mean lime sufleting from no exhanstion or weak ness, tbete in every reason to continue nurs ing. Hut if with the increasing growth and vijror of the child, the strength of the moth er should lfgin to fail, and the supply of milk be insufficient lo eatify the child's cra ing, then eflorts at weaning ehouM com mence. In a l.rge proportion of chil...

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. — 25 August 1881

uCc 'CL-CJs, DODGE CITY TIMES. t 1 r SIXTH TEAR. DODGE CITY, KAS., AUGUST 25, 1881. NO- 275- DODGE HOUSE Price $2 Per Day. FIRST CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT AND FOR TRANSIENT CUSTOM,' EXCLUSIVELY. First Glass Livery, Feed and SALE STABLE IX COSSBCTIOK with th'jstwuse. Cox & Boyd, Proprietors. GREAT WESTERN HOTEL S. G ALLAN D, Proprietor. Souths. do of the Railroad. DODGE CITY, IU9IU GOOD SAMPLE ROOMS FORCOMMER CIAL TRAVELERS. J Xa Liquor Sotd on the PYcmw. 1S& cnABGE BEAHOMBM. LIVERY STABLE ATTACHED. WRIGHT HOUSE, j. n. tIepfeb, PROPRIETOR. HAVISO OPESED THE HOrSE TCrTB EVEBVTUI.fG HEW, I INTEND TO KEEP AS GOOD A HOUSE IS EVERY RESPECT AS CAXBEFOUXD IX THE STATE. Terms, $2 Per Day. GBAJSD CESTBAL RESTAURANTi T. J. DRAPER, Proprietor, DOBUE CIIV. KAKSA.a. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. ONLY FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT IN THE CITY. OSCAE TBEVALLEE, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, (John Mueller's old stand.) BtBGE CIIV. ItA BA-s R.lnl hr SID Mr ton it Wet Las Ani- mw, delivered aboard the cars. The Leader sav...

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. — 25 August 1881

I lint few, indeed, arc blind to their ' -imt it tn nml nairltf nil linrn nnnin MAUOKRY DAW. I'm In love. Imt I've never told her, Nevertold themalden 1 lore: I l(i In the lonjr preen trra and liebnld ber. Aspheawlnirsalldav In the tfjupbi atave. I'm afctudrntwith toil o'erladen. And h tludent ever should book! prefer, )lut be"a aucb a darlinir. dainty maiden. ly tboujrctc tni fiwl&rinir away wllb bcr. Seeaw! Mar.rery Dawt t'p in the apple tree, Marjrcry aMnjs; And I. lylnz under, W ati b ber, ami wonder What Is Ibvdilly ibat Jtarjtery jlnjrs. And f bo roe awlnlnr. and I jro alavinr. Turning-tholeflim of M inuty book. Hut Min-ljrthal washer white, band warlnjr. And uirely ibat wa my darling's look. A lrfi'ct fortreMof tiooks Isitltl, l.lhie. economy, nolitle.4. law. Hut all the page I vuw were written Jly Ibat little philosopher, llarxery Daw. NfjMw! Marjrery Iawl lp In the. apple treeMarirery awlnffs; And I, Irlnjr under. Wateti ber and wonder What It the ditty that Manrery f I...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 25 August 1881

I 1 THE LODGE CITY TIMES. Srr.v( KIPTIOX: $2.00 pr Tr, la Adriirr. NICHOLAS 15. KLAINE. - Emtoh. IF SHE COULD OSLi' COOK. You huve not cannireil, my fleraldine; Your olce Is Just as sweet and low. You arc as fairy-llko in mien. As four and twenty months airo. Office llrmen tied the latal knot I' c husked within yimr jrlance's Loam; Your beauty 1ms nut dimmed a jot. You realize a poet's dream. A poet craves for boundless Ioo And leauty of the tlrsi dezree: I'd do with less than that, my dove I'm much more moderate than he. The jrleam from dark-frimrcd eyelids sent. The witchery ot tone and look, I woultl forezo to some ctt-wit. My (Jeraldiue if iou eouM cokl Cltlaiyt jiitr rmii. MRS. LINCOLN'S HALLLTIXATIOXS. Mrs. Abraham Lincoln is not sick, in spite of paragraphs in one thtlusatd newspapers of the country. She is peculiar, mentally a little "off;" " hysteric?," other old ladies call her complaint. But her pursuit of happi ness is hardly more eccentric now than mticn ot llie time Uu...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 25 August 1881

l THE DODQE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. THURSDAY. AUGUST '. SUHSCEIITIO.N: 12 Oi per year, la advance, IT. It. KMIMI.IIililoraiMlPiiblMirr, TL mJ'jtct of flock racing ill Kana, lya an exchange, i one which is receiving inote attention ef tty year, end the (set that tadi year it Incomes a more important part of our Industrie is ample and sufficient proof that it w a branch worthy of cultiva tion to ILe fullert extent. It la estimated, for the txact figurta hare cot Ucn arrived at. that the flock intern! of Kaii'a rtprf- rent a value exceeding JC5,C00,000, and it in a rare taltmeni to male tint a Tear frotn to-dav the value will he mail if not quite double the amount. The grea'er pan of tbit is reprtacMed hj cattle, hut when we ini)tml)r that the latest computation place the numhtr of sheep in the State at 1,0 0,030, it cao readily he feen that thin braLch i by no mean an unimportant part of the rtock interen'j. The rpid, remark. able and inded unprecedented growth cf the sheep interests ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 25 August 1881

LOCAL NEWS. TISE TABI.K- UOIXO HAST. Fassenger.. 1:40 A.. l'assenger. .1 15T.M. Emlsraut...ll-flA.x. KrelKht tW ." i'relght 1) -.x. GOING WE9T. rtsjngcr..3:10A.x, llunpr. MO rji, Emigrant. ?:0juu. rei):bt....liK)lP.M. Frrtibt 1:15 A v. . McUIMS, Agent. E. nd C. E. Torrej, well-known cattle owners, were in the city lhia week. Mis Be Cleinona has gone to the esst ern part of the State to visit friend. Fred Wenie returned from a trip east, and has tbc latent nobby cut in his style. Did you see the Comet C? It can be teen in Ihe nortb.we.-t. It is increasing in brilliancy. Th. f.ilirr and mother of J. F. Caldwell armed this week from 1'hiladelj.hia. They will make their home on Crooned Creek. W. C Moore, a cattle owner, and Mi -T.nnie F. Wricht were marne.1 last Inure day. The bride is a niece of J. M. and Frank T. Wright, of this city. r.thnlic lining service at Dodffe City in tho ITninn meetine house, on the 30th of August, at 10 o'clock, a. m., and at joit Dodge on the 3tst int. Ret....

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 25 August 1881

A Yaln.Me Trading Hone. When t lie Mack Hill j fever was at its Iicilit MlC was one, of tho 3 oung men who vi cut from St. I-ou'w in the expec tation of becoming a millionaire. After arduous lalxir in l)eaj Man's Gulch he nciiuircJ, not a fortune, hut the skelo lon of a horso anil a mule with a wen on its lej;, which hid been first fctolen from the (torenitiient by the Indians ami afterwards rccoicred from the In dians br the miners. He had ol them in the way of legitimate horse-trading, and was lioliliiijr them to trade a?ain. One evening a Ion:;, lank slran;;crdrove llirniKpli flu m1k u'ith n 1mI Imfhi. nml mule behind his waon. The horse as a fine looking bay. ami Mel), wanted him. The (Stranger stopped and a crowd of ininerr irathercd around him. Mel). joined lliem and bantered the stranjer foratra.de. I he stranger was willing to pivc his bav for tho mule with a wen n its leg and 50 to lxiot. Mel), was very uneasy for fear ho would see the wen, but the stranger did not apiarto ...

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. — 25 August 1881

HOME, FA CM AX!I KAKDEX. Tar should never be applied to fruit trees; ildcstroys the bark, notonly where it is applied, but where it washes down. A mixture of buttermilk and water, two parts of water to one of butter milk, is a healthy drink for the field in warm weather. Tomato Fritters. Slice ripe ones, dip in a thick, rich batter; season with pepper and .ilt; fry like oysters. Or. they may be seasoned with suar and almost any spice, and fried as before. To keep flics from hors.es, procure a bunch of Smart-weed, and bruise it to cause the juice to exude. Hub the ani mal thoroughly with the bunch of bruNed weed, especially on the lcs, neck and ears. Neither tiles nor other insects will trouble him for twenty-four hours. Green Corn Pudding. Draw a sharp knife through each row of corn, lcntlniap, and scrape out the pulp. To a generous pint of this pulp add three beaten ei, a tcaspoonful of butter, snpir to taste, a little salt and any spice or flavoring liked. Bake in a moderate oven ...

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. — 25 August 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. JXFAXT 1TIQIEXE. Written lor lie Times. The ollowicg general rules, taken from Dr. Kouih's treatise on Infant Feeding, will coiiduae the present series: GE.SF.Ii4L BUZ.ES. No Tfgetable fooJ, particularly arrow" root, thould Ik civm to anj child without ttetu, except by special order from the med ical man. II teetb be present, it maocca aionally to given. Diet for Infanta without teeth, tinder three mocilu: Tate milV and water, of each four ouncta; euirsr or milk, one drachm; lime water, two leaspoonfuls. Mix. Under six months: Take of milk six or; sngirof milk, one and half drachmr; water two c; lime water, one tablesnoonful. Mix. If the aboTe disagree, substitute Lobb's or Turner's preparation: Infant under nine montrs Take of pure milk, half pint, sugarof in. lit, two tlracbm'; lime water, one tab.eripoonful. Prepare Lobb's Hhejr, with 6f'.:ea drois odIt of pre pard rennet instead of thirty. Diet for lofiuts above eicbt month, if lo-aeteinctrelh "Jiestle Milk...

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. — 1 September 1881

1 -vV DODGE CITY TIMES -, SIXTH YEAR. DODGE CITY, KAS., SEPT. 1, 1881. UTO. 276' J DODGE HOUSE Price $2 Per Day. FIK3T CLASS IS EVERY KESPECT ASD FOH TRAKSIEST CUSTOM. EXCLUSIVELY. First Class Livery, Feed and SALE STABLE IS CONNECTION with this bouse. Cox & Boyd, Proprietors. GREAT WESTERN HOTEL S. G ALLAN D, Proprietor. South side of the Railroad. DODGE CITV, KANSAS GOOD SAJII'LE ROOMS FOR COMMER CIAL TRAVELERS. E, A Liquor Sold o the Praauet. tBO CIUCGES JlEASOtTAHXII. LIVERY STABLE ATTACHED. WEIGHT HOUSE, Thos. E. White, Manager. HAVING OFKED THE HOC3E WRIT. KVEKYTI1IKC NEW, I INTESD 10 KEEP AS GOOD A HOUSE IS EVERY RESPECT AS CAN BE FOUND IN THE STATE. Terms, $2 Per Day. TEXAS FEVER Al CALDWELL. The Caldwell Post say-: We do rot wish lo dieconrage any one, or stem tfScioii", but some one bas ''put his foet into it." Several ol ice dome-tic cows belonging to citizens of this city hare died with tbe Texas fever oitbin the la-t week. and several more are sick. Some one had bee...

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. — 1 September 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. KCr.M IllrTltlXt $1.00 per Uir, la Utun. NICHOLAS 15. KLAIVE. - KiHTOit 7JIE SWEETEST TIIXG .V LIFE. The, iwfflwt tblnjr there 1 tn lire Isjustalotely Utile wife, bo ! llin buttons on your shirts, Alt'! never tells you when she flirts: Who allot you kisses sweet a honey. Then asks you lor a little money: Who sal s she net er once compjilns. Then I elL jou nil her aebes an1! pains: Who makes ou aj you're triad to see Her tii.rt her stay two month or three: Who, whlAou think you don't obey. Make you exactly do tier way; Who mike yuu tremble with affright XVhrn vou remain out latest nljrht: Who makea you with eoneell r-tow tall. Then let you drop and feel so small: Who hojie your next wife may lie half As pood as she, and. when sou Uug b, Itemarkt. with tear-drop in her eye. That you'd lie ala-l but she won't die: Who tnakt-a nice dinners that you like. Then for a bontnt make a Mrtkc: Whoaecm9!olieHdulUet allow Moie than 3ou ever would suppose; Who give you letter...

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. — 1 September 1881

S3 THE DODGE CITY TIMES. RrBSCttiniOl: J.OO fr Trtr. la Mraarr. 2rtCHOI,AS B. KLAISE. - Editok NESTL1SQS. O Utile Mrd ' sing sweet among the lem es. fcate bli from sight, beside thy downy net: The ran fall, murmuring to the drooplng eaves , . A low refrain, that suits thy music best, fcing sweet, O tinl! thy recompense draws ntirb Four callow nestlings' ncath the mother wing. So tn iny t inhlng wings that by and by Will lcae the sunny air. o slug, blnl, sin?! Sing. O my heart: Thy callow nestlings sleep. ' Safe bidden "neath a gracious folding winy. Until the time when, from their slumber deep, . . . They wake and soar In beauty. sing, heart, slag: O little bird: sine sweet. Though rain may (all. And though thy callow brood thy care re- IWhind the rsln-cloud with Its trailing pall Sbinetb undlnimed the gracious golden tire. Sing on. O bird! nor of the cloud take heed; rortbuti art heritor of glorious spring; And every Held Is sacred to tby need. 1 be we-iUh, the beauty, thine. O sin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 September 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE cm. THURSDAY. SEPT. 1. SUIISCUirrlON: ft CO per year, in adrance. If.B. KLAINE.Brtltoramd Publisher. The next urm of toe Agricultural College will Lerfin on September tb. Large number, ot the farmers of Kentucky are liking tbeir flock to market baring neither food nor ater for the ir cattle. There Ktiu to be no doubt that cotton can be profitably cultif ated in many portions of Soullit-in Kioiu., That now growing promise well. Ilie Herald s.ys in.t eighteen Ihouwnd bushel of wheat are being marketed weekly at Hut hiuson. The wheat will net more to the farmer thte season than for ma ny years. A woman names Fullerlore, 40 fears ot age eloped wiib a yonng man, 22 years old. The old man after them. They lived in southwestern Kansaa. 6be ia fullerlof e for young men. An Ellia county lady presented the Head light ediior with a Tery fine Rrass basket. made entirely of wild grasses, they being art ificially colored and eo arranged as to pres ent a Tery fine appea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 September 1881

THE DODGE'CITT TIMES. CATTLE IX XEBR.ISKA. if Omaha, Aug 21 Cattle shipment are row being ruii.ed ward to the Extern laarkm l.ir theo'intry vetof the'M'eaouri, and cattle men thi year will reap a rich re turn, m jincrt are ruling high. I'iieT had a hard muter of l', and many ct ihtm Iol heavily. All .eliuiateH of loeii made nor o the round-up were r.ecissarjly mere guew ea, arid proved to be rather wild. Such cat tle men as M. M. Goad, W'lluaui and George Slieidly, Dan CarrijiD, Tlicw. Law reuce and Dan Slitedr My Mat the arerate lew in cattle aa not ahort of 30 (er cent. Trie 1 in the, Xiebrara rtigon, in Northern Nebraska, wa beavier than anywhtre elae. In many herd in ihn locality the loss was fully 15 pr cent, and ihe uxners of the smal ler herds have eold OJl to t'ie owners of the big herds. When eprin; came, grass .prang up abundantly and the half-tarved cattle coon fstteoed up. Cattle are now in better con dition than ever knon before. Lat year twenty head of cittle were put ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 September 1881

Summer Housekeeping. It is la the dog-daj s that the souls of housckcqiers are must set crely tried. Appetites are capricious; dishes heartily eaten one day and tent away untastcd the next, whilo the praiseworthj' economy practiced at King Arthur's Court, where "what they could not cat that day, the Queen next morning fried." becomesan impossibility. Cook id meat s will not keep long, cicniu the refrigerator, while cooked vegetables hour out of the ico-clicst, or, ! kept iu it, become "flat, stale, and un profitable." In this state of affairs it is w ell to fol low the example of dwellers in hot climates, who live principally on fruits and fresh vegetables. Dates and bread form tho chief diet of thu desert Arab, and thu hardy Hut Indian coolie sub sists almost entirely on nee. Bouillon, that is, light soup, fresh fruit, a salad. and co Hue is the Kp enchman's bill of fare for thu hot weather. Indeed, nature in this respect as in others, is a law unto Iicnelf, and he who eats much me...

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