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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 September 1881

M t ir Lli I HOME, FAKX A NO (URUE.V. Planning and system save labor andj loss. If the cucumber that grows nearest the root be aved ever) year, an earlier and smaller variety will bo the result; ifsmed near the ends, a larger and later larictv will bo obtained; melon seeds are also easily saved. Masiachu Ktii I'h'ighm'in. Wheat docs not mi like corn by foreign pollen, forthe reason that wheat, as well as rye, barley, etc., are her maphrodites, "having both stamens and pistils in the same flower, and fertilisa tion is accomplished before the anthers appears on the outside of the e'umes. Nothing is better to clean silver with than alcohol and ammonia; after rubbing with this take a little hitening on a soft cloth and polish; in this way even frosted siher. which is so difficult to clean, may be easily made clear and bright- Writing of the effect of food on flesh and eggs a correspondent of the Toronto (liobc cites the fact that these products of fowls kept on supplies of an unclean ki...

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. — 1 September 1881

1 LOCAL NEWS. TlflE TiBI.K-1., T. S. V. . H. uouro xasv. oowa wT. rumigrT . 1.40 a.m. I'smnrer. .3:10.. raurngrr. .1 ISr.x. "'aaarngtr. SM rjt. Krnirr.l...lli., hmlerant T:lA.m. Krelnlit ejw -. rr-lKbt....l2I r.w. rnugbl ju a.m. Krt-ltht ... 1:15 AM. J. JlcClNMS, Ajrnt. Tbtre "ill I services in ihe I'ebyterian church next Silb.tli evening. Tne Dodge t.i'y public school commence nut Monday. John Groendyke, Principal, ariiVrd yatr.lay. C. W. Willtt', bo was injured In Ihe hip, by a fill from a horse, some month? ago, hi" gjne to Kansas City for treatment. Chss. Licketron rold liia restaurant to Jonas Tillis, who will conduct ite business iu future. Chsrley will remain in Dodge. The d ite fur holding the judicial convenli on at Kioslev has been changed on account of the State Fair. It will now be held on FriUv, Hept. 9-h. Mr. Soderstrom, nd children, who re side at the Ouge Agercy, I. T-, arried on Sunday. Mm H. is stopping with her ma ter, Mrs. L. K. Melnlyie. Our Siwareville items ar...

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. — 8 September 1881

DODGE CrTY TIME& r SIXTH YEAR. DODGE CITY, KAS., SEPT. 8, 1881 NO. 277- DODGE HOUSE Price $2 Per Day. FIRST CLA63 IN EVERY RESPECT AND FOR TRAJJSIENT 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 tbe Railroad, DODGE CITS', KANSAS) GOOD SAMPLE ROOMS FOR COMMER CLVL TRAVELERS. ES, So Liqwr Soli on the Premises. "T3S CEIAItnEs) ItEAHO.fABI.fi. LIVERY STABLK ATTACHED. Tf BIGHT HOUSE, Thos. E. White, Manager. HAVC.TJ orEJED THE HOUSE WITH EVERYTJIlXO NEW, I INTEND TO KEEP AS GOOD A HOUSE IN EVERY RESPECT AS CASBEFOVSD IS THE STATE. Terms, $2 Per Day. GUAM) CENTRAL RESTAURANT, T. J. DRAPER, Proprietor, DODGE CITY, KANSAS. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. ONLY FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT IN THE CITY. OSCAR TREYALLEE, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, (John Mueller's old stand.) DOBGE CITY 'KltlH The pea not crop will be short this year. Prairie fires have began and the newjr pen ar...

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. — 8 September 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. KUtMUimiiXl i.OOr Wr, In Idtmcf. NICHOLAS I?. KLAINE. rOET-TREK. tlak, Caroline! flryew I pine: O wUlow. will you not le mine? Thy hatelejes, Iby lul ps nsL, Thy ways, ail larch, baie turned ray heal All linden shadow by ihy rate. i cjpretn on iny heart and wait; Tb-n(njm U-eeh cherished. Caroline: 'AVH ty for rims or blii dlrlne. I. Kprurv youotr man! I cedar plan iatlpa s money, ir ou can: You uinfttb ali, but n my heart: Vou r ev enjreen. no now i lepart ; You'd llkelu pop'ar that I Me lurch you walnut propose to me Hero a a jou ll sec- bemloek tboffato; He maplellttly eay ''tl later Ijicmt tbat lorer. while he new For elm a ht tore tbat parent' hoc; lie lillle tbooibt a il.vnwo -1 bltn .And inakehlin balsam much tbat nhrbt, llawtbomey path bn traveled j er( . And be was tU k and f taraore. for tlio water is trusted above it. Green w ooil anil a newly -kindle J flame make artistically graceful smoke as the back ground of tho encampment, but creo sote lias no...

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. — 8 September 1881

. t. i. Kf J. THE DODGE CITY TIMES. SrBSCBirriU t 2.00 p?r JW, ! jU-iic. MCHOLAS II- KLAIXE. - Editor. ' rismxG. John Albro, lu PucM Qlur Away. You wish To 'flub: You float A Itoat; A "i t fw.ulrm- worm, A ' line , , r 1 - Of twine; From b K)IC4 of ., hook ' You iP Mr. Or troll i ' , it -Withi. . ' nol Till noon Thn spona Anil u ' tt II MnL.0 two. At last Vou cat your bait: Hani fate! n wet. J Upet ' (fel - slip; VoH (trip Your work: Quick Jerk: Vou prise! Sur rise! A late, TIU wait Vou CIKCU.MSTASTIAL EVIDENCE. A True Bomanre-A Girl's Love for . Her Betrothed Braves Daiisera, Jail, and a Weteetlve. "Xever condemn a person, on cir cumstantial evidence; it is unreliable, even when the circumstances seem to fit into each other like a couple of cog wheels," said John T. Morns, who is an experienced detective of Springfield, Ohio. Give us the story. Uncle John." "Not long ago there resided in rranklin County a wealthy old maid, Mis Sabina Smith. By inheritance she was the possessor of a...

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. — 8 September 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. THURSDAY. SEPT. 8. CB8CEIITION: 2 09 per year, in advance. If. B. BLAINE. B4ltr sua PnbUhher. Four comet, an Indian war, m dtoulb, abort crop), an assassination, and thirty-two drcnaas, and yet no panic Toil ii a great country. There will be a big 'demand in the west for hay all the teama building the A. & 1. and the two line of the SaDta Fe in Mexico are Ic be fed, and not enough hay in New Mexico for home consumption. If yon want to atudy the immense variety of the human face in expression you should bend your gate upon the mobile countenance of a deaf and dumb man when he reachea an der the plank walk for a lost nickel and picks op a raw bumble bee by the etem, Speaking of the release of ex-Congrasman Conway from the inune esjlam at Washing ton, the Troy Chief says: "This is right. Kansas is the paradise of lunatic, and Con way should hare a chance. Kansas makes governors, judges and members of the Leg islalure cf ber worst lunstics. Welcome,...

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. — 8 September 1881

1 v J LOCAL NEWS. T1SE TABLE-1., T. A . V. K. Z. UOl.NG CAST, Passenger.. 1:10 a.x. l'assenger. .l-15r.u. Emigrant. ..11-n.i a. x. might 9:30 r.x rreight UO a.m. GOIXO WXST. Pasatnger,.3:10 A.M. Passenger. 2) rji. Emigrant. 7:10 A.m. rreirnt... llf.M. Frricht .. 1:15 am. . JlcGIN.MS, Aftnt. Gen. Carr will read bis obituarits with a degree of surprise and gratification. Chs. E. Biett blJ Neil Brown, former Marshal mil A-i-tant Maivhal of Dodge, returned this wl. One company of the 24th Infantry is now getting out 1,000 telegraph pole to be used between Su ply and Dodge. J. P. Johnson, of New Hamphire, is in tbe cilj, stopping at the Great Western Ho tel. He wants to bay a ranch and cattle. Tbe mother of J. M. Wright and his two children have arrived from Warrenaburg, Mo., and will make thii city their home. Fine showers Monday and Tuesday. The few days hot and dry weather was laid low The hot wind brought up the rain for which we return thanks. The Dodge City public school opened on ...

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. — 8 September 1881

The He? to rat lie Foncr in Nature. Equally worthy of ailmiratiou, and all but equally complcr. Is the process by which nature repairs a fractured limb, especially when the injury U such that the broken cods of the bones can not be brought exactly into their prop er positions. It is remarkable, too, how blie adapts her process to the dif ferent habits of her" patients. In the case of n simple fracture. If the parts that have ln-en disjointed arc set close together in their normal line, if it be the leg of a do;;, for example, there is first a hard sheath called a "callus." formed round the fracture, and this "callus" permits a restricted use of the Injured limb, even before the two parts have grown together. It is. how eicr. only a temporary provision, ne cessitated by the natural restlessness of the loner animals. After the fracture has completely healed the "callus" Gradually disappears. A human ease is treated dillercntly. Here, unless it bo a broVcn rib (which requires the provi...

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. — 8 September 1881

ir y HUME, FAUX' ASD UAKDE.V. Pimples on the face denote an im proper diet, too much grease, particu larly pork" anil lard, or too much &Ua ami silt, or too much paltry, and the liko; and perhaps too little out-door ex erciM.'. Pickled lied Cibhaze. Slice tho cabbage, cover It with alt and let it statu! two iLiy. Then drain and put it in a p.in; cover with vinegar and spice tMourtate. Gueit a scaldaud when cold put in jars and tic up close. Here is a recipe fora good and sim ple pudding: One pint ot Hour, half a cup of sujar, three-quarters of a cup of street milt, one tablesjioonful of butter, two tcapuonfuls of baking powder. IJ.ike for twenty mintiti's; sen a with an3" K"' pudding sauce. Mr. Holliatcr says three times a year is often enough to go to the mill. The Hour, if picked in piper sicks, will grow better every day, and better flour is made from lare griats. Old llour is the best because the water has evap orated and the llour has become dryer and stronger. Cmclnwiti Co...

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

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. On Jalj 89tb, four bona were stolen from Mr. Mosstsberger and Mr. Unrob. On the 25tb of Aug. Sberifi Oillmora and the owner of lbs stolen property started oath in purao.it of the i blares. OnlsstSan dsy morning, while the Sheriff and partj were at Citop Sopply, Indian Territory, Geo. Taylor, a suspected party, came there having with bim two of the home. On wing theSberiff,whom herecotnized, he at tempted to leave him, when be wai seized by tbe Sheriff1 pose. Taylor attempted to draw hit til (hooter, and it cot dewline when commanded, waa abot and killed. lie died almost instantly. Hit death gifts un iversal satisfaction to the people in that vi cinity, as be ii regarded aa a notorious bone thief and a dugeroua character; he had made threats that be never would be taken alive. On So.cday night tbe Sheriff and parly arrive! at the camp of John Dennis, who waa susptcioned aa one of the tang, and captured blm. He made no resistance, be In Uktn by surprise chopping ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 September 1881

f, 77. DODGE CITY TIMES j a SIXTH YEAR. DODGE CITY, EAS., SEPT. 15, 1881. NO. 278- DODGE HOUSE Pricp $2 Per Day. FIRST CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT AND FOR TRABSIENT CUSTOM, EXCLUSIVELY. First Class Livery, Feed and SALK STABLE IS CONNECTION with thiahonse. Cox & Boyd, Proprietors. GREAT WESTERN HOTEL S. GALLAND, Proprietor. ; South side of the Railroad, DODGE CITY, KAKMa COOD SAMPLE ROOMS FOR COMMER CIAL TRAVELERS. IY9 No Liquor SJd on the Rrcmiut. CHAHKEM BEJIiOIIABLB. LIVERV SrABLE ATTACHED. WRIGHT HOUSE, Thos. E. White, Manager. HAVISO OPENED THK HOUSE WITH ETUBVTHIIIG JIBW, I INTEND TO KEEP AS GOOD A HOUSE IN EVERY RESPECT .. AS CAS BE FOUXD IX TUB STATE. Terms, $2 Per Day. GRAND CENTRAL RESTAURANT, T. J. DRAPER, Proprietor, BODVE CITT. KANSAS. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. ONLY FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT IN THE Cin. OSCAR TREYAELEE, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, (John Mueller's old Hand.) a)D CE CITY 'KJUfBAB THE MAD FIG JIT FOR OFFICE. The county canvass promises to be the liv liest cne in the hiitor...

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. — 15 September 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. Mnstl.irTHTS: $:.Mlp-r Trar.lc Advaarr. NICHOLAS It. KLAINE. - Kpitoi:. TAD1TIIA TOVIK MitaTattnaTopp. ayouoUdrln towp, I'opm-r-! m prcat lon To lead tu thefatblau: hbeputonitaj alrsto tke cicrytblnu down, JlDil palnmUfd art. lit order to y alu Perfection and irrnce In ftfrureaud fm-t. In n way that I will not Httimpt to explain Hut wlllonlr Mtr. Iti afborter way, Tncrel grief tbat no laozuace can cpeak ot express. That win come to a man with no will to ab stain rroniMSlriflinyathliij fl' a jrlas of cham paxne, 1 And th ones on whom Nature h defjrneu to An abundance of all the srnod tbintrs hero le- low. Should not walk thro the world too conceited and rain. Or resent all tho lowly with hauybty disdain. 1 They may fall rrom the top to the loot of the i And crmb all thr proud, superelliou alr. I ICwjfiicJ. HaJ, m ClHcttv inter i -etii. The Man on the Steeple. The hundreds of people who hive watched the operationsof the man upon themadcuJber'KmVhybandfoniolydre J...

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. — 15 September 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. RniSCRIPriUX : Jli.O pr Tfir, In Ujnr,. NICHOLAS H. KLAINE. - Editor. ESTHETIC. In a a-arb tbat was milltless nf colon She stfMitl. with a dull, listless air A creature of i!umH and fir dolors. Hut most undenUMy fair. The folds of her irarmcnt fell round her, Kcicalinirthe curesof each limb: Well proportioned and -rraceful 1 found her, .lthouxh quite alarmingly slim. From the hem of her robe peeped one andal Man art" was she down to her feet; And thouirh I could not understand all Mie said. I could seo f he was sweet. Imprwrfed by her limpness and laumior, 1 proffered a chair near at hand; Phe looked back a mild sort of anjrer Posed anew, nnd continued to stand. Some praises I next tried to mutter Of the fan that he held to her facu; Phe fald it was " utterly utter. And wated It with Uniruishin j jrracc. I then. In a strain quite poetic. llcirjred her trazcon the Iwwln thesky. Che looked said its cune was " (esthetic, Iluttbo tone was too dreadfully bftb.' ller...

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. — 15 September 1881

THE BODGFCITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. THURSDAY. SEPT- 13. SUIJSCKIl-nON: 2 00 per year. In advance. n. B. KaAINE. Editor dPoblUber. A heary enow norm fell Id the Blick hills. In some ulacw it m two feet deep. The amount of grain in store in Chicago is 11,349,152 bushel. At the same time last season it was 5,074,004 bushels. A number of arm; officer?, absent on leave, belonging to the department of Arizona, have Uea ordered to join their troopt. It is aiatnt as a remarkable fact that on the ISlh da j of August last not a drop of rain fell anywhere within the limits of the United States. There is no record of any other day of like universal drouth. The severe drougth etill continues in Northern Illinois. Weill are rapid!; going dry and stock is being driven to the rivers for water. At LaSalle, the wsterm thellli- noii river lacks but tlree inches of being the lowest since the dam was built. The officials of various railroads in Iowa estimate that there are along 12,000 miles of their lines...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 September 1881

LOCAL NEWS. TI9E IABLE-1-, T. A . V. a. tiOVXO XAST. Fassenger.. 1:40 A.M. Passenger.. .1:15 r-.K. Emigrant. ..11-03 a. m. Freight :M r.x. Ireigbt 4.30 a.h. COUCO WIST. Passenger.. 3:10 a.m. Paasenger. 230 rjv. Kmlgrant..?:to A.m. Freight....lfcolr-.t. Frelebt 1:13 A si. . McGI.S.MS, Agent. Thos. B. Kice is a father. The boy is a bouncer, and is just a titt old. The city debt has been reduced about one thousand dollars up to this time. A large number of Dodge people are at tending the State Fair at Topcki. D. C. Kane, telegraphic manipulator, has gone to join Mrs. Kane, at Morris, III. Preparations are going on for a wedding in hich life, which will be shortly made known by cards. Walter Straeter returned from his Euro pean trip yesterday morning, looking well and feeling hearty. The Dodge City Flouring Mills have re ceived a large lot of wheat and continue to run night and day. "Duck-Legged" persons can now serve their country. The army standard has been re duced to fire feet four ...

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. — 15 September 1881

Modes of Amateur Fanonrs. A io3n entered an agricultural tvarc house the other day, and bought a rake, a w ceding hoc, a lawn-mower, a scythe and a pickax. An improved harrow struck his fancy, and he seemed dis iosed to buy it; hut a friend who was with him persuaded him that the rake would answer his purpose. After the customer and hb friend had gone out the merchant in agricultural imple ments said: "lbat young man lias rc cently bought a very pretty country olaco in New Jersey. His land is a Quarter of an acre of sloping lawn. , nf It is a puzilc to some folks," the swamp enough in his back lotto water dealer went on, ' how such stores as I a eD,,a and you have sold him a sced- this.situated remotely from the farm-1 gowCr that will scatter seed all over 44 ' Yes, sir,' I replied, becoming slightly nervous; 4you see, the grass en niost of his meadows grows unevenly, in tufts in some places and leaves bare spots in others, so when I explained how the sower worked, he said it was ju...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 September 1881

HOME, FARM ANO (iABDES. To Keep Jellies From Molding. l'nh crize loaf snar an J cover the sur face of the jcliyto the depth of a quarter of an inch. Tuis will prevent mo'd even if the jellies be kept for j ear. Waffles arc easily mule and are nice for lrcakf.i-t or tea. Take two egg, a third of a cup of butter, one cup of "o.ir Tiiillc. one teaspoonful of soda, one nuart of Hour; bake in gem pan-. One of the best ways to cook rice is to -team it. best becauo it is no trouble; all that is needed U to be sure to put in plenty of w iter. If you wish for rice pudding and have not pi inneil for it hours before by cooking the rice in this way, oil can have it in a sur prisingly short time. One cup of rice will make croquettes and pudding enough for a family of four. Apple I'udding. Grate three slices of stale bread, and slice thinly ciht or ten apples, according to size, llutter a small, j ellow nappy or a pudding mold, scatter in a layer of crumbs and some bits of butter over them: thee ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 September 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. THE ABSESCK OF FORESTS. Joint Calon, of Illinoie, quite a well known in the scientific world aa be it to Ms legal urethern as a profound juris:. He hu recently jmbli'hed a col'ection of lis scientific eajrs, in one of which he ducrw et the abierxe of forwh open prairies. lie holds to the (Ofular belief thst fire i the chief caiwe cf the phenomena, although there are peeeral cthere which ha've like wise lent fcaUtantial aid to the principal oner. Jle aaya that the peculiarly hard and impenetrable award wLich oferlies in itf If offern a most riom impediment to the fruc tification of foreat tree, when they happen to fall upon it. The vegetation that covers the prairies is atleaded ith a vast develop ment of rooti who-e matted growth is eo dece an to offer almost insuperable difHcul- tie to the penetration of seeds and nuts be neath its rufice. There ii nothing iu the soil-itKlf to oppo-e vigcrous forest growth. The difficulty is not chemical but mechanical, The re...

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. — 22 September 1881

0"U DODGE CITY TIMES SIXTH TEAR. DODGE CITY, KAS., SEPT. 22, 1881. STO. 279- DODGE .HOUSE Price $2 Per Day. TIRST CLASS IN EVERY BESPECT AND FOR TRAKSIENT CUSTOM; EXCLUSIVELY. First Class Livery, Feed and SALE STABLE IS CONNECTION with this house. Cox & Boyd, Proprietors. GREAT WESTERN HOTEL. S. 6 ALLAN D, Proprietor. South side of the Railroad. BOBC1E CITV, KAJIK.W GOOD SA1IPLE BOOMS FOR COMMER CIAL TRAVELERS- Xo Lienor Sold oi the Pteauei. t98 CHABGES BEiSSULE. LIVERY STABLE ATTACHED. WRIGHT HOUSE, Thos. E. White, Manager. HAVING OPENED THE HOUSE WITH ETEBVTIII3IG SEW, I INTEND TO KEEP AS GOOD A HOUSE IN EVERY RESPECT t AS CAXBEFOVXD IX TEE STATE. Terms, $2 Per Day. THE NATION MOURNS. President Gasfield ia dead, lie quietly paed away at half-past ten o'clock, Mon day nisht, apparently without pain, death taking hold when Ibe body was in calm re- foe. Tbe &aion mourns over the sd event, though a calamity not unlocked for. The lifeandeerviceeof Jakes A. Gaetield re familiar ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 22 September 1881

TiTTP "nnnnt1 rtTTV TTTUTPC! I popular Idea of matrimony is that this HUD Ul'UVJJJ KJlLX llllLDo blessed state 15 approached only "by . ' tedious processes. These involve "pay si u miinni $:.ou .r Trr, iu xttiutf. ' m attention," or. as it is called in the . J rural districts, "keeping-company viPlltil m It. KT.AIXI:. - i:niTn. . w". aauuicn iovu-makjuK, aim, uii. I er ranch circumlocution. 1 menU With all of theso two WAYS. Tb-y bad a goo, on only son, , Tbt-lr hop and Lapptnes and pride; With life' flr t honor not! wmi. At manhood's troideu Kate he oioL Andearbr jear. with backward iraze. From th.t groat tlrflt recediwrsl iw. Through lon Ir, pad and tolUomq wjj. Iin to tacircbllJIeM aire Ibey go. rhokeep the memory lite a hrinc. All Incense-wreathed or heirt and lip; Wlib that dear presence, nowdhlue. the ncTcr yields corapaulousblp- The pictured face that Hants thewall, Who-c-arUnd nnrr tn w dccy; Tho booac t roiu weary band let tali, Tbe irarmc nts net or laid away A thousand el...

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