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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 23 June 1859

'.!-. e-vjW;Ts' -ifc. . . 11 111 Iff . V.- A"i -. Vi & '''i''itXL :t '-- ;j SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AXD PUBLISHER. VOLUME III. NUMBER 2.j umt TYPES. Click dick, Ge type. ,h ",ick- TW, .lide i lo-elher, wilh omlaoa. eoead, . wl()T (k, haad tisat collect, then Mi roead, ' Aid arraar" "" "." Click click. Click click, cM Oim ww in the ".tick;" wlCTf.1 thing tly t now, they ill; U,. MMrt lis satire, and thea it it wit laacaeiae sia-le-eraabined, th they bit A serriHe blow witk their click click In pulling lh.ni p i" U "stick," Click click. Click click. See theai now in I be ".tick." f. in. thief ar assassia they sorrow betide, Asd the ireihhy oppressor in rain trie, to glide A .it from the clinking the world cannot hide Hint awaj from tlie eaad of that click click, la petting np type, ia the ".lick," Click-click. Click-click, At they go in tlie -.lick," fK -.ill, at the wand, witk a isa-e of fright, lUttHli.; from slf. hy dny or hy night, J, ii ri.srs wilh sespicina carh melliod of fligh...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 23 June 1859

Stye Kansas i)icf. OL. SILLER, - - EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS: TUrsiij, : : : : : Jwe 23, 1859. A Little Bcttkb. The Free Stale party will probably elect two of their candidates for the Convention, ia this Connty. At Watbena precinct, the rotes of all persons who bad been three months in the Territory were admitted, contrary to law. This was allowed by two of the judges, bnt tbe third one entered his pro test on the poll-books. The precinct gave some 56 Democratic majority, and -will probably be thrown out. Messrs. Grube and Wrigley made close ran ; mai by throwing oat the precinct in ques tion, it will pat Grube ahead. We be lieve tbe latter is somewhat identified with the Railroad interest. When a mere informality in an elec- lion occurs, we think it ehoold be over looked, and that tbe entire vote of the precinct should not be lost on account of it : bnt this case ia different fraudulent votes were admitted by wholesale. known violation of tbe law. The only way to purge this, is ...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 23 June 1859

117 Humboldt's birth u that tfwlebrileiwho he wade their fl oe,Unle. of the world-such as US-ley. -forwards, 4,16 Dflke 0f A-" TJ.BoMt-K. Robert fltu- L, Lord C-tlereagh. George Cu. rt. . . - -n. ...... topnn TlLnhrUnd, Sir Thomas Lawrence, ri(. , .1 .-:!! ! itf bi ' . a j.-,.. Brunei, the civil engineer. John sf 4e Revolutionist, and MehemetAli, . -m.. n,mM of these men alone re st ts"-". . -.!,.:. .!-, and fill the .2 hUtorr of their time., " Lrr with crowd of the most profoundly "i d important incident. cTbe eroelty of the Austrian role in Italy - rtfrfordbly displayed in the following ex '' -TLis a letter dated Como, April lath : M 0f nor townsman, v oiia one m wis glories of IUly-i. a begr in our :. f,iitnre at auction, hi father's ie apparatus under the hammer, and the 'ciptlity, reduced by war contributions, eriess to avert this disgrace. The Austrian Muwritiesknow nothing and care less about tUctricityorgg"'0-" j A sua hring Bear Nashville, who had km absent in California so...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 23 June 1859

Jfor tjjc Jiirmcr. Bust ia Oats. Throughout the whole west and" south west the oat crop has sulTcre l from a ter rible blight, which from its resemblance to the fangns subntanco that sometimes attacks wheat by that, has been csllo.1 Host. So far as we are informed, rnst in oats has been hitherto unknown. The fact that is thn9 onosnal opens a wiJe ami interesting field to the entomologist, as it invites investigation in a channel here tofore unexplored. Some weeks biucc we published an article from tho Southern Homestead from which it appears, the editor ami Drs. Drigs and Buchanan, of Tennessee Medical UnivcRity, have made several microscopic observations for the purpose of ascertaining the cause of thk singular freak. They state the cau.-.c of all this Jestruc tion of the oat crop is a living worm too small to be plainly seen with the naked eye. A single blade or leaf of the oat sometimes contain hundreds of them. Examinations have been mado by persons in different sections of the ...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 30 June 1859

- V- HI (f! Iky rlf 1 SOL. MILLER, EDITOR 1XD PUBLISHER. J. VOLUME III. NUMBER 3.j SUENAME3. !! wen santamed for their ahapo or estate, (Yoa fr"1" ''"o'f vara ii;) Tkeie were til Hallr, "J Heerjp the Great, Jehe Lacklseil, uJ Peter tin Hermit. Bit " mtxt r-P1 f Mi"' od Dames Am issut, each so eoassaalir ariea Fnal anwr't trsde, firare-aad ealliar, Seraames fwa girea bj the rale of contra riet. jl,. B,i, ihotijh pnrokeJ, aerer itaablei bit fist; Mr. Mm, ia his r1 tU Mr. PUrf.it r"1 catch me at hazard r whi.l; Mr. Coward war winjed ia a deel; Mr. Wire ii a daacc; Mr. Kief is a U bij; Mr. Coma's eneoaimealT iprirhllr; Aad eaje Mr. Utile broke dowa ia a if, Wilts drine- fat Mrs. Golijhtlj. Mr. Drinkwater's apt to indole ia a dnm; Mn. Aair. aa absolute fere; Aid awek Mr. Lroe let fierce Mr. Ijmb Tweak his aose ia the lobby of Pott. At Bath, where the feeble (TO more thaa the atoat, (A eoadort well worthy of Nero,) Orrr poor Mr. Lijlitfoor, eoafiaed with the gout, Mr. Hearyside deseed a b...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 30 June 1859

Stye Kansas tricf. OL. MILLER, - - - - - KDlTOIt. WHITE CLOTD, XAISAS: Tkirsiay, Jiae 30, 1859.' I Tie Oame Grovi Desperate. Tbe attempt to crests a new gold ex citement, are growing desperate in the extreme. Extra after Extra issues from Leavenworth, despatch after despatch it eent East, and every string is pulled to create confidence in .tbe stories. Im mense arrivals of gold are constant! y an nouaocd at Lear en worth, packages pur porting to be Pike's Teak gold, are sent East, by express, and gold is flying in everr direction : still, strancre to sat, it baa as yet bee a seen only by a few of the initiated.' The largest amount posi tirely known to have been seen with the baked eye, was some $5 or 87, sent to an assay office. A late writer from the minea states thai, when the thing explo ded out there, the interested ones at Denver sent rarties into the mountains, with orders to bring back reports of!man votej m 0f the Democratic . J! .1. I or not. The stories arriving from there...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 30 June 1859

LlML, from Kwsm, the General una -rented Mm pre-emptor 0S 'Jw oa the public land prior iffiter'thesarrejit.ra, H Sided to three month .E rSeTpt of hi. plot embracing the uhool section within which to- "rwboIe cUim. The joint res- H 3 J March. 1857. which grant ,;n riiAtt to certain settler on PTSn" in Kansas &C..U enlarg I,, an 1 increases and Jl he privileges of preemption It .wire bedmi.iistered -berally. r: coalJ not dmde lining "7t file with n three momra aner h' iB the fialJ. h-mng sotded oa B! U .nrv-reJ. Kut thl Sdrnot forWthU right. fof school section. aI ills f! ?ierefare entitled to the greatest pe-riod(H-' ...,.!. ronstitntinz his .La, class oi w . , The greatest period appertains ..'present instance, to the portion in . bool section ; and tl.e claimant oe IK'"'. .,,.,, Knlt recardiirsr the in time iui --0-----0 ?g- ig id indivisible whole, he has, in "ion of the office. fiW D(1,ocRAcr.-Let the good BachaMn tWocos of this section read the follow Sescripton from the Ch...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 30 June 1859

fca-tarf-MMnMt ' ' fanner. ffjjt Juittfljt (Ejjunj. af Ague Cure roa thx m... V Caring Hay. tho following from the en of Vm. Little, wo copy from the fifth minnal re port of tho Ohio BoarJ of Agriculture : Mtich difference of opinion an I irao tico exists as to the proper time ami in-inner of cutting and enring hay. A writer in a late nnmbcr of the Ohio Cultivator, lias calle.1 the attention of its rc.vlers to the fact that the greater portion of hay made in this State will not winter stock without loss of flesh. If this is true, which I have some reason to believe, it is a fact disgraceful to our reputation as an agricultural community. It becomes then, a matter of some consequence to know what is the right timo anl which is the best mode of prcpairiiig grass for winter; food. It is obvious to the most careless mind that the object of the farmer ought to be to preserve the hay in the condition most resembling grass in its highest per- j fection. Now this time is certainly not befor...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 7 July 1859

If If if i4 H? JPJ SOL. MILLER, EDITOR 1D PUBLISHER. VOLUME HI. NUMBER 4. TEE WBTTTLEll'S 8050. Tkil world H a wblttlinf .hop. Where each ia faihioa whitlle. For peerer, orlaaae, or bappiaen. Fat aleaaere, wealth, or vieUtfte. Foeae whittle friend., tame whittle foe., AD whittle dewa rack ether; Aad ejerrilv, ia f aid or lora. Each cau aad hack, hi. erother. Tba Poet whittle, oat hi rhraaee. With waarriaf aeeatal Ubon At icut, if weaned aot hi aw IT. Hf tireeoow to bit aetfbbori. The Pmiit whittle, oat bil tale.. Hi. ikrtcbn, aad bit leaden, Aad eteaelr hope, to whittle eafh Free, pebliiber. aad readeri. Rrfbrater. whittle off oar eia, Aad all Uxxa wicked1 habit.. That irb at eioeelr to tba eoe:. At peltry doef to rabbit.! With catling tawa aad raaxiea. cold. They chill oar faa aad laarhter, Aad freeze at bow, et era fboold bo Too warm for faa hereafter. On Pre fidenl, bo whittle, oat Official, br tli acre A "Boreae" we aaay ret reeeire. From the aatioa. Cabiaet.aiaLer. F.acb politi...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 7 July 1859

&ljc licmscts l)icf. SOL. MILLEIt, ----- EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, ZAKSAS: tharsday, : r : : : July 7, 1859. Cus on Foreigners. Much Las been said, of late years, con cerning war upon foreigners ; but a doc ument bas recently been issued by Uen Cass, as Secretary of State, wbich may well alarm foreigners for tbeir rights not concerning any certain period during which they should not be allowed tbe privileges of citizens of tbe United States, but involving their'rights even after tbey litre resided in America far beyond tbe longest period tbat tbe most prescriptive demand tbey shall remain before beiDg admitted to citizenship after tbey have assumed those rights, and have been hon ored with places of public trust by the people of the United States. Since the breaking out of the war in Europe, the question has arisen, as to whether, in case a naturalized citizen of the United States should visit Europe, bis native country could claim his servi ces in the army. The matter was refer red ...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 7 July 1859

I ' . am i (For the Chief.) Death lj Ligltaf , ...hat, on Sunday night, June 26tb, Creek, ia Brown J"'1" . t hv Iizhtuing. The house Aa Ordinance to esUiblish an Assessor, prescribing his datie, and regulatinr the assessment of property ubject to taxation. , . Secticw 1. Be it ordained hv the Xr. ...j Conncilroen of the City of Wuite Cloud. That t the first stated meeting of the City Council in each rear after the present, it 1.. ,t.. Cofflty, V , Getman, late of e meeting or the City Conncil Copied by Mr. and Mr Oetman, a oi m wi H' C- V- T " T ' da,T f "J6 F B.nciI b nd ice and F10" , e of the upright boards with 1 consent of the Mayor, to appoint a e.,mnetnt frta"" constructed, directly be- person as Assessor, who shall bare resided in " . , . ...,; was cons I .Udi tne i.:. . ,fc,bed i "ctt lnej nearest ihe wall, esca- ,i::e:.r' shock, leaving a well defined dlUIIK . --,.hed iU war 'hrJr.ndann,Mr,.0. who, to all j J&Wi f" .v in .u.cc uiuuiiis prior to bis ap pointment, and th...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 7 July 1859

Jfor fte Jkmcr. The Grasshopper. A correspondent of the Maine Farmer thus homoroaslv points ont i plan to thin off these destructive insects. The grass hopper, undoubtedly; was created in the beginning when every thing bImj was, nd probably for some useful purpose. Although we my consider it a nuisance and trouble that ought to be removed, yet in former times they have been con sidered a blessing; and perhaps a luxury. The ancient Greeks, whose literary taste was very correcf, and whose sense of taste possibly might be qnite as correct, used them as an article of food ; but how they were caught, and how they were prepared for the table, whether in sonp, pie or sau sage, we are unable to say ; and therefore, shall leave it to some Greek student to investigate and bring to light. In the meantime, we would recommend to all our brother farmers to manufacture all their grasshoppers into good fat turkeys. For this purpose let ns commence a sort of peculiar warfare, and each one acting as ...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 14 July 1859

mf las-'-1 K -JlL 4 SOL. MILLER, EDITOR 1XD PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. X TER.TIS $2.00 PER AXXCUV BT ADTAXCE. VOLUME III. NUMBER 5.j WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1859. WHOLE NUMBER, 109. F .aiwn. i:ei nice ptfig. HOW THE SELL BANG. Jl'lY 4, I7TO. Then tu tMk U tba eitjr, h ike aaaiat dM Qoaker lawa, Arf the streets were Uuk with people, pacing restless np and dowa; People jatberine; is eomerr., Where they whispered nek to each, Aid Ik iwcll Mmd their teaiplM, yyitk the earnestness of speech. Ai the black Atlantic earrsala Laah the wild New Foeadlnnd hore, it thee beat aeniast tha Stata flaaeo, go the? swreed again lie door; Aad the ia-lia; of their eoieea Made a harmony profenna", Till the qniet street of Clietaot Was all tarbaleal with mad. "IViH thej do kf" "Dare tber da it?" ,Vheiipeakiagr' "What's Um aewif AW-hatofAdaaw?" "What of Carroll!" Oh! God fraat the wool refine!" Make mm arar there!" "I.et m aearerf am Miflin;!" "Stifle, then! When a aatioa'e ...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 14 July 1859

M)t Kansas &l)icf. SOL MILLER, - - EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, X ASS AS: Tkirsiay, : : : : : JalJ 11, The Gold Kinei. Glowing reports continue to flow in from the mines, and en excitement u gradually growing op again. Although the reports crowd in so thickly, and Flo- race Greeley seems to endorse tuem, yet we mast confess that oar impression is still strong that the mines are a humbug. Firstly, as to Greeley. lie is very cautions about advising persons to go to "the mines, and rather advises them to re main at home. Only one letter from him, since his arrival at the diggings, has as yet appeared in the Tribnne; and that says very little about gold only men tioning one instance of his having seen gold. lie says thst gold can be got there more easily in almost every other way than by digging it. As mnch as to say, digging won't pay; but if any ono wants to make a raise, he must go into some trade or speculation, to fleece emigrants. lie anticipates an immense amonnt of suffering and dis...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 14 July 1859

.-'f Tick Him Out ! - Constitutional Convention : V JS:-You will see t an earlj s stream-colored horse approaching VVm! n which, after a time, yon ott! h. able to discern a pigmy whose 1 Benjamin Wriglcy. 'i. njs tellour "T.UimaseatinyonrConvent.on, and 1 wL fcawit lie has been rnn loEwheneverhe ha, heard tm hi. home in Indiania.) that there ' .nother office to oe ran tor m a 7. ,-n Tn.lisnia : has a wife and chil li there, and he never has been a nwi W of Territory. An effort will be lie to onst him from ma seat, ana we ? .How the attempt to be sue- eessl City ful. Wewu : be ne6" " rish Wngley to have a Although a very able .' tiA hasn't made a living here, and 1. jrut to see him pocketing the public toil, riease admit him. Ha will be Liable to yon. He can tali ; he can iai W-J1 talk on every subject that cornea Lforevou. He will help yon He will b,tt inQaential member. He is truly wofonod. Admit him, then, and with out discussion. He will feel so ranch bet ter than to be voted out...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 14 July 1859

Jk Jfarmcr. The Apple Worm. Al it is great object with agricultur ist to have pore and perfect fruit, free from worms and rot, ever communica tion that affords information leading to so desirable a result, will be considered more tr less interesting. A young friend, says the Maine Farmer, who has a small orch ard of select fruit is much annoyed by having so many wormy apples. lie says, in the spring all hands are engaged with brashes and guns destroying caterpillars, all of which is very well, but nothing u eaid or done which shall tend to diminish the apple worm, or the insect that lay the worm which we find in the apple after it has become sufficiently large to eat. It is vexations to have many and some times nearly all of our bent apples (and Vrorst ones too, ) gnawed into by the worm . It is thus made unsaleable and not very pleasant to eat. We wonld observe to onr friend, that the parent of this worm is a moth, or mil ler, as they are commonly called, which flies in the night, ...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 21 July 1859

Is JlL 4 II ! J m - V . , .r IP null i in im "gOL. MILLED, EDITOR iXD PUBLISIIER. . VOLUME HI. NDMBER 6, BOB FLETCHEE. BY TOIVK9END tJAIE.. aaca kaa ploajhmaa, Bat FVlcWi hit mm. . fWa u oU "i TO "l J. Ami t trat kit dam; Yft Ibey lirtd qaita aoataatad. Ami fra frea all ttrifc. Boa Fktclwt tba ploog haua, Aid Jaaj kit wifa. At the awn ttreakad tha !, Aad Ibt aifbt fled away, TWf would rita ap for labor, Bafraihcd for tba day; Aad the tonf, of tba lark. At il row oa tba (ala, Foaad Boh at hit afoagn, Aad hit wife at the pail. A aaal little cottage, lafruat of a grata, Watra ia jroath that f rt fym Their ) baarta ap to loea, Wat the telare of aja, Aad ta Arm dually dear, A it called ap the past. With a anile or a tear. Each irre had itl thought, AaJ tba vow coald iaipart. That raingled in Toath, Tba warn with of the heart; Tba thora wat ttill thrre, Aad the blortomt it bora, Aad the KWif frora tba top Secawd U taaaa at before. IVhea the eartaia of Bight Over aatara Ml tpread, Aad Bob ...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 21 July 1859

(SI)C Uausas tl)icf. SOL. MILLER, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : : July 21, 1839. A Few Hints to the People of Brown We have a few biuts to tbrow out for the consideration of our Free State fi iends Jn P.mwn ConnlY. It may seem like worJs thrown away, to recommend vigi lance to the people of a County where all the votes are on the Free State side ; but this latter fact is the very thing that in duces us now to speak. Two years ago, when parties were cal led Pro-Slavery and Free State, the for mer party had a County ticket in the field, and confidently expected to elect :t. At that election they polled about 75 votes. Since then, they have offered no regular opposition to the Free State par ty. What has become of those 75 votes? Some few of the ringleaders have loft the County. One of them, having in vain ought office in Brown, has crossed the line into Democratic Nebraska, where he will probably turn np as an office seeker. Several have gone to Holt Couuty, Mo., wher...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 21 July 1859

cithern Politics, tfJ-TlTScr State is very animated, "!?fi Congress in the Memphis dis wD'tSn E and Etheridge, b a fiST"- died forth the "Sdtin debate between these two moC11' Texas the German element fiSmeso important that appeals are itle on bo side,, to affect he Uerman That these Germans do not like VvOSv-t;tntion of slavery, is evinced by ISa they occupy in regard to that SioninthefreeSute. Meanwhile empt is making to re-open the slave "l a Texas, part of the .oil of which ..i!tivti,in hv slave HgttT auaptc w n,hite labor. This has aroused ch feeling among the Germans, who m are crowding mio i u16"' Z lni ' thera already ingreat force.) w .2 will no' nsent 10 an Wtw lla of blacks, who are to compete 1B. L ."m;n the contest for bread and life. !a.te,i tla idea of creating more alave eiuiiuv ivi ; There TP ULUCl DlfjIM Ul HWUUltj lu ,,.rtiic camp in Texas. Toe pros-; ,M nominal for re-election, ht large nortion of the party being dissatisfied ,iih the way things were done, becaus...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 21 July 1859

Jfor tl)c Jfarmcr. Culture of Strawbeiries in Alternate Strips. A still more easy and economical mo le than that of culture in rows, is tliat of growing the strawberry in alternate htrijis. Early in April, or in August, being provided with a good 6tock of strong yonng plants, select a suitable piece of good, deep soil. Dig in a heavy coat of stable manure, pulverizing well and ra king the top soil. Strike out the top rows three feet apart with a line. The plants should now be planted along each line, about a foot apart in the row. -They will soon send out runners, and these tunners should be allowed to take pos session of every alternate strip of three feet the other strip being kept bare by vrnitiu.-illv iltslrovin" all runners 111)011 J. . rt. - - m .. ! it, the whole patch being kept free ol all . , . . ' ii ' weeds. The ocennied strip or bed of Yunners will now give a heavy crop of strawberries, and the open strips of three feet will serve as an alley from which to gather the fr...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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