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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 14 October 1875

r - - - r icMflMk i ! SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AXD PUBLISHER. the constitution: and the union. i TEUMS-S2.00 PER ASNUH, IX ADVANCE. r 3 ?' v ' VOLTBIE XIX.-NU1MBER 17. (&mt cft'ii. A SKIPPER'S STORY OF THREE SAINTS. (Ajnsterd&m Station, HI.) r W, A. CUOFI.T. Tbej cat no the trp of the sUtion, Atl woitc. fur train to connect A Ctilnorteor rating IiU ration. - And ft nkipiM-r who twice had been wrecked : And the tranjrr beau converutiuii. Tl VJpin-r vr irrinlled and Uoarj, niWla wa tli color f leather; Th Vtt-r looked hungry and irry; AykfLer diftcowlnc the WMther, Tliel kipjMr -.truck into hU ututyz Vl trflvft of three mint IV know'd of. That gtV up their live for their brother A wort J on may not her allowed of j " - .if ! JU that'll die toaari- other, ,, . 2 bein a fer God to be itrond tiT. "The slip S waller, Cap'n Jamea Bee, In a foe off the Ilattera coMt. Was wrecked on a ledge to the lee; Jim stood like a rock at LI pot. And went down In a gnlp of the sea, "He abowed how to ...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 14 October 1875

fa She IKausia (Sftlef. SOL. 3HXXXJSK,. -Editor. TEOT KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : October 14, 1875. Republican Comity Contention. The BepubUeana of Doniphan County wffl meet la DV crate ConTention, at the Court noose. In Troy, on MONDAY. OCTOBEE 18TH. 18TS, at 8 o'clock, P.1L, for the purpoae of placing In nomlna tlon candidates for the following County offices, xix : Three County Commissioners, Sheriff. Treasurer. Conn. ty Clerk. IUistr of Deeds, County Surveyor and Coro ner. Also, three ReprrsentatlTes, at the discretion of the delegations from the several Districts. The ratio' of Beprrsentation will be aa follows: "White Ootid, M Delegates Highland. H IowaPoint, Tanning, Severance, 18 Doniphan, 9 Geary City, 3. " Brenner, 3 Columbia, 6. " Wathena, IS " Hwood, V " Palermo, 7 " Total, 131 " Each precinct in the Cousty win elect the number of delegate atated score, ana tne aame number 01 alternates. No proxies win be allowed in the ConTention. It is recommended that the several prednc...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 14 October 1875

V- h V V' w J i n y gmat patte. THE KANSAS CHIEF. SOL. MILIAR, Publisher. Torms: TWO Tim .1 it?, s Trip rv AnriTrv Tn. .Imnld be zn.de strictly In .drance ; otherwise, the rate of 13 per JMt will be rbarcru, at tlie discretion of the Publisher. Tbe extia dollar will in no cue be exacted, except when unreasonable delay is made inpayment, or unnecessary trouble is given. It is always best to bare a clear under standing with the Publisher, when time is desired. 1 mo. 3 DA 6 mo 1 year. One Square .... i50 12.00 17X0 10.00 Two Square. J 7.00 10.00 17.00 ThreeSnuarr T.C0 1000 17.00 2SO0 Quarter or a Column 10.00 15.00 33.00 40.00 llalfaColnnin li-OO 23.00 4a00 73.00 One Column SS.00 0.00 73.00 130.00 For any other length of time, in accordance with the afore rates, which apply only to regular advertising. Easiness cards of 3 lines or leas, 13 a year. 'or legal and transient advertisements, $1 per square for tbe xtrst insertion, and 30 cents per square for each subsequent insertion. Specia...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 14 October 1875

gttx iixt gmwxtx. OUT KEEPING APPLES. The question is often asked, what is the beet way to Keep apples for common family use I We have found central shelves iu an apartment set oft or devoted to this purpose, the most conven ient. The apples are spread on these shelves, only a few inches deep, so that they may be readily examined or picked over, as fast as decay commences on any specimens. It is very important that' the apples be kept as cool as practicable after gathering in Autttmn, and before the freeziDfr -weather of winter ar rives. For this purpose they are placed on the floor of an. ont-honse facing the north, and i allow, ed to remain there till about the time that freez ing weather commences, when they are removed to the shelves of the fruit-room in the bemcut oftbehonw. This fruit room (which is about ten feet ide and thirty M long) V from the real of the basement by an 6-inch bnck wall, and has a cement bottom tp keep the air dry enongh. Windows for ventilation are hung o...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 21 October 1875

"- vf W- "' - 1 .- ; ,i r SOL. JIILLEIl, EDITOlt AXD PUBLISHER. VOLUME XIX.-NUMBER 18.1 lectin. THE OLD DOOS-STOIIE. liV M2S. riUNCJut U. AAR. "- That ltIliUistMmt, wIi'Mwjitantl gritf Wire .!urJ fur uiaiir a year Viiwi twitlc tbe aii tn fiN tUllf rent, WLrti lli wilil Mrd'a ns van nVr, VIi.u tin- tII ami (Sir -f lite )mJii tlar Aniinyr! i!jc In-art nu nuirr; TLfO u tlitit Iwtnl an.! tltn.'nrn iit 1W 3tlitriL one by out-, A tit! ; i tbi nncUl twilight hour Upon the M .Nrr-fttune. JIow aweet to inn lo meciorira coaie Of merrj rLIMluKHl bourn. Vben e psl Llltlirlj thrna-li the flrld-i, In warch of budding (!a . Or ctiirnnl bm lea Troin tSdbueb, ' Or bonding rree uitood tree, Or rhib3 the lilit-wiu;ed butterfly AVith ieaIio: afaouta of d&e; Tlie frebtt bour In Memorr'a boot Was apent at act of eon, ily weary Lead on mother knee, Upoii the old door-fctuue. That mother's Cars, that mother' form. At craven on my heart. And of life.' hnlieiit memories Tbey form tlie dearest part; Uer c...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 21 October 1875

lite ISmr&tf lucf. SOX.. SlXEalsErt, Editor. TROY, KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : October 21, 1875. KEPCBI.ICA.t COBlTV TICKET. For Sheriff; CHABLES N. DEVINE. For County Treasurer. BOBERT FLICKINGER. Tor County Clerk, WILLIAM n. FORNCBOOK. Tot Register of Deeds, FEANK 11. DRENNING. For Coroner, WILLIAM KEEDER. For County Surveyor, JAMES F. FORMAN. For County Commissioners, JOHN T. KIRWIN, 1st District. " CTRUS LELAXD, Jit., 2.1 District. JOHN D. II1ER, 3d District. For Representatives, A. S. CAMPBELL, 1st District. M. C. REVILLE, 2.1 District. A. J. MOWRT, 21 District. The Convention and Ticket. The Convention, on Monday, was a ronsing af fair. There were bat very few vacancies in any of the delegations. In f.ict, tlio Convention was too large for convenience. A Convention of 73 delegates would be as large as could lie handled effectively. One notable feature of itwaatlio presence, as delegates, of a largo proportion of the old stand-bys and wheel-uorses of other days. Faces that ha...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 21 October 1875

u ULJk UJMI11 Ik ; I h v V I i gwat gfettw. THE KANSAS CHIEF. SOL. SULIiSR, Xublisber. Torms: Two Doixacs a Teak. K Advaxce. Payment should be rnaile sttlctly In advance j otherwise, the rite of C3 per veanrill be charred, at tbe discretion of the Publisher. The extra dollar will In no case be exacted, except when unreasonable dtlav U made In payment, or onneeesary trouble ta riven. It in always liest to hare a clear under standing with the rubh&her, when time is desired. .3.iroirttBl3XS Hntos; 1 da 3 mo. C mo 1 year. One Square - -. .. . S0 liOO 1700 flOOO Twoslmarra " 000 U00 Three Square. . 1") " 23-00 OuaiterofaColnmn . . 1000 1300 23.00 4000 llaif a Column H 85. " 7S.00 One Column 5S.00 4uO0 7S.00 1MJ0 For any other length of time, in accordance with the aliTe rate, which apply only to regular advertising. Huslress carda of 5 lines or less, ti a year. Forlezaland transient advertisements, tl per square for the brst insertion, and 50 cents per square for each subsequent inse...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 21 October 1875

i0V ilte attun. $th ami imiou W n t5 a . IB 2TLE 2R. ta n A. IS m -& I ir V I' ft. - r 1 II THE PEACH ITSELr. Where it Orislnnlcd uuet Tbrirra Cml-Tlr lelonilierel American nrirlirDirar of Ibc Trer. When Liumunti callrei tlie x.ac!i Amyjdalut Peniea, lie jrae a bard natrc to a cry good thing. X gift of I'onmna to maiiLiriil is more prrcions. lulo it the oJdi-.w instilled nectar from tlie very enp of Guajniede; around it elie threw tlie) fragrance of the Oly mpbn groi es, and ImtBMhetJ clictUssbe lent tbe rich blKm nf benwi. To drop birlH)Ie, it is witliin tbe strictest limits of truth tobaj that the cacli ts, bv cmunmii conduit, tbe nitwt delicixnt of our d'rm-tir fruit initrj will ki, f nil fniit. That i ii. imii nlar "S'-rx Mlbnnt aj!iit" Ittomesnf iSitllel.l fauiU.lM.iicloI r.lltiel to tbe a'uiiid, lim, .I'm ! ami clierrj, ami iviiii binibrrot tbi muani M tie Imigin;; to ibr natural onlir of (IriiiiiJic, or almond worts. It finciiuUd iii IVikw, and Rmw mid in Tnrke-s. in Am. ...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 28 October 1875

5SSSH5SE59E T j' 'y "J"-1 !' A fUM SOL. 3I1LLEK, EDITOR AXI) PUBLISHER. . THE CONSTITXmOJS' AND THE TOJTOiST. i TEU3IS?2.00 PEIl ASXUjI, Ef ADTANCE. irf Eift ii rau m gm 1 ! Yu ( If I if 1 W' yOLUME XIX.--NTJMBEII 10. 1 trrmmm imuin iLrfjweaer,m,- totcc octvn. SONG OF FHIE. .T THOMAS tiLWX EXGLUIL. fruiiciitiip prlM&1 at Ihf cvbtr. 'IU my tlirw I 1takf tlio njtltrm ;, Tlitimzh tin MHtwj-lnitif4 .oleannc-ri. At the unrfafp I ajtiwr; Tli-n X IniTKt thrrnh chains Umt Liml up, Stattlc mortal with my jxtwrr; 0rprairif w 1.11 scurry, Ve- n frtU, tonna iletonr StriL- tlie b!p m.iHay In ocran. Ainl tbo teemlo town .lovmir- Fikr tliej call we. I m f4tl.fr Of tbo -ronite rock that lie Apr deep beneath tlie iwant-ilu, VuiKTCtlrcU of mm ta) ryv; " "Al my lireJtI' i.nuir beta;. .- . At my uracil their crynUl came. That were mi-rely hipclewi fttnm, Kre I Visaed thrm with my tlime Ere with ardor I embraced thrm, Krc I kisacd them with toy Ham a. Irost cn of conn I less value, basset of the yul...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 28 October 1875

r Mt Smiatf mutt gOL. MXtJEK, Editor. TKOYi KANSAS: Thursday, : : : : October 28, 1875. BEPIJBIilCAS COIISTV TICKET. Tor Sheriff, CHARLES X. DEVIXE. Tor County Treasurer, " ROBERT FLICKINGER. For County Clerk, WILLIAM H. FORXCEOOK. For KrgUter of Deeds, FRAKK II. DRESSING. For Coroner, WILLIAM REEDER. For County Surveyor, JAMES F. FORMAN. For County Commission! rs, JOHN T. KIRWIX, 1st District. CYRUS LELAND, Jn., 2.1 District. JOHN' D. 1UER, 3d DiMrict. For Representatives, A. S. CAMPBELL, 1st District. JI. C. REVILLE, 2d District. A. J. MOWRY, 3d District. County Commissioners, and County Finances. A "People," reading last week's Chief, desired to know what connection the fact that certain men were snccessfal in business had with the office of Connty Commissioner., We had tried, in the very article that lie wm reading, to ex plain what it had to do with it. When a man carries on a heavy and successful busintcss fur years, maintaining a reputation as an honorable man, it is tbo best...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 28 October 1875

s5-s-a iSai 35? ' .-V' . f" . . I1 i h y r E f&vat patter. THE KANSAS CHIEE. SOL. MILLBn, I'ublUher. Terms : Two Doujins a Yr.xK ix AKrasct Payment should be made strictlv in advsnee ; otherwise, tbe rate of 13 per Tear trill be charged, at tbe discretion r the I'ablisbrr. Tbe erti dollar -will in do one be exacted, e acept when unreasonable delaT is made in payment, or unnecessary trouble in riven, It is always ltest to bare a clear under standing with tbo Publisher, when time ia desired. AflvortlHlTis Rates; 1 mo. 3 mo. 6 mo 1 vear. One Square flM fioo 7.00 tlOJX) TwosSiuares 4 00 "-00 1000 17.00 Three fconarea 7X0 10.00 1T.00 25.00 Onarterof. Column 1000 15.00 25.00 40.00 Half a Column... . ... 15.00 1 23.00 4000 7100 One Column .. 25.00 4000 75.00 150JO For any other length of time, in accordance villi the altove rates, which apply only to regular advertising. Business canla of 5 lines or lea, f5 a year. For legal and transient advertisements, 1 per square for tie first inse...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 28 October 1875

iirn-"jrifc tll'yLL. "ww; r the .f tom. $tf mi 5uriott& J- B.'iBJTcBJRS, !& vrvpsfx "Tyr. - e I E. MTOIU.tR POTATOES. Storing potatoes for Winter is risk y linsliiosd. The experience of hundreds of fanners dnriug tlio past two or three very Severn Winters has been'disastruns. Frost penetrated open gronud not covered by snow last Winter as deep as fonr feet. Of course roost potato heaps were frozen Into and their contents destroyed. Hot not all. It is possible with proper earn to cover potatoes eo that frost cannot get in. What is needed is one or two extra Inters of straw or other mate rial to hold confined air between the potatoes and tho outer cold. This is the nso of the straw or potato ton covcrinj over tlio heap before tho earth is put on. This confined air is a ninth better non-condnctor of heat than earth, and it is the best reliance fur protection. To mate it more snrc. after coitriiig tho heap with live or six inches more or earth, add another covering of straw, and...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 4 November 1875

g.'-l iSgyKapgaK--i.: '-'. ,MJHia,i -i ' I- ', "i ,, i' ' ', v - ( V J - SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. THE CONSTITUTION" ND THE "UNION. TERHS-$2.00 PER ANNUM, IN ADYAXCE. VOLUME XIX.-NTOEBER 20.1 TROY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1875. . WHOLE NUMBER, 956. m L-t, - jBtoj5gSJtfj p 4 SfttTRSfft IV Ii I, af fir $Itoice Wwtxi k v-'TXT GHOWINO OLD. JTjj, ...,., , ' Tm ptitrlos oM 'tia narrljr o - TAidyet bow ahrrt It twin. -SlDCe Iwm bnt n-irtlve chh, Enjojisg cblidub dreams! 7 cannot tfae cliance that eoraf With nch n errn pace: 7 mark not wlicn th wrinklea fall Upon my fa 'tin fare. I know I'm ol.I j and vet ray heart Is lout a yontijr and giy Am Vr it waa, before my loelca Of bright brown tnrned to fray. I know thrso ryra, t other eye. Lnokuot nobrlzbtacd elau ? A one they looked t urfjrrT'tU not junuionij cean araoreaau. I never watched with purer joy The clonda and cloning akiea. While cUtrn.ng tcara of rapture fill These old and fading eye. And when I marie the cheek, where ...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 4 November 1875

1 m Ifte Kansas (Steel SOX.. 3HLLEB, Editor. TSOY, KAUSAS: Thursday, : : : XoTember 4, 1875. The Election. The resnlt of tie election in this County big scratch. Bat little regard was paid to the nominations ofeiUierparty.butToters scratched promiscuously. At this writing, w have not S th- complete figure the follows the -ssrv c- ? r: et,) is re-elected Shcriff-tae maju, - know, bat think it is overlW. For Treasurer, Robert Fl.ck.nger, Eepnblican, is elected bv abont 100 majority. FoTcoUy Clerk, Charles Rappclye, People's, has abont 100 majority. For Register of Deeds, Frank Drenning, Repub lican, has over 100 majority. For Surveyor, James F. Forman was on both tickets. For Coroner, Dr. Reeder, Republican, is elected. For Representatives A. S. Campbell, Republi can, beats Rippey, People's, in the First District, by a considerable majority. In the Second Dis trict, M. C. Reville, Republican, has a large ma jority over Bollock, People's, and Trant, Indpcnd ent. In the Third District, ...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 4 November 1875

ujAaJaflaLAal -3T V is Xi . .. font pattern. THE KANSAS CHIEF. SOI. JULLEII, Publisher. ' Terms: Two Dollars a Tub. is Adtascz. Payment should no made atrictrr in advance ; otherwise, the rate of t3 per Tear will be charged, at the discretion of the Publisher. The eztxa dollar will la do case be exacted, except when unreasonable delay is made in payment, or unnecessary tronble is siren. It is alwaya best to hare a clear nnder atandlng with the Publisher, when time is desired. TVriTTm-Hning XZXsVtOsSZ 1 too. 3 mo. 6 mo 1 year. One Square tt-SO IA0O tt-OO 110.00 Two&onarea - 7.00 10.00 17.00 TbreeSquarea 7-00 10.00 17.00 SS.00 Quarterora Column 10.00 13X0 2S.00 LO0 UalfaColomn 15X0 23.00 4000 75.00 OneColnmn 3SJ0 40.00 75.00 1M.0O For any other length of time, in accordance with the abore rate, which apply only to regular advertiaing. Business cards of S lines of less, (3 a year. For legal and transient adrerUsements, tl per square for the first insertion, and 50 cents per square ...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 4 November 1875

- .-.' gat tlie -farmer. Fflll Pla'arlnson Prairies. Tin-re Im Inttn a ;rrrat change, within a few years i" tlw u'm'H "f farmers, rornierIc land io" treated were j;i.i en oxer tocrojis uf wiiriif; jjraiu lhoiiph it was freijiiditly urjjeil tliat Mich course, if the winter wan freeziii"; anil dry, aud the spring happened to be warm, wet, and favorable, was pretty snrc to result-in theiles Irnct'ton of the crops, particularly oats, by ovcr crowtli and lodpinj. Audtbe practice has been with many and 1 am not mre it is not a Rood practice to sow oats on the niiplowed corn stubble of the previous jear, and do uo other coltivatioit tlau to cover by toe double tuove, cultivator, or harrow. It t now recognized that the best corn is xrown on fall plowed land, ami that Mich a course never fails ti lie the bent i course, except and utiles diiriiiR the winter and early Miring. I litre are heavy and continued rain lalls, not fo'.lawcd by severe and penetrating frosts. Such seasons ami, they coni...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 11 November 1875

SJSSSSJ&iiSsS XUMIM9 N SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. VOLUME XIX.-NUMBER 21. Choice Itoctm THE OLD ALBUM. Mvalbnm! it is ud to think That thirty years have como and vanished. Since Willie wrote In India ink. On IU first page, ji name now banished. If J nuiilrn name for Will anil I Soon after Joined imr hand together. And In each other company,. llare alnce faced every sort of weather. I've hunted out tbia poor old book. To pleaae a child' pictorial fancies : "Come, Alice, let ua bare a look" She la not mine, bat daughter Nancy's. And while yon haste from page to page. With eager eje and restless finger 111 rather choose, aa anita my age, Jtonnd aome old memoriea to iiager. Here are tbe linea that IVfUie wrote; When he proposed, and I accepted; IIerea Air. Jones farewell note. In verse half humorona, half dejected. A valentine when ivm waa winning Ilia anlt all laced and flowered and darted ; Jcnea aarcMtle linea, beginning. Tanny is fair, but flinty-hearted." Ah, me! aa In m...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 11 November 1875

lte t&ttsais ditl Soi iaaxi-Eili . Editor. -x fcROY, KANSAS: Thursday, t 5 : November 11, 1875. the CoHStltHlioHal AmeadmcBts. The Constitutional Amendments submitted at the late electiou are undoubtedly adopted. Some cnrions results have been revealed in different parts of the State. In some Counties mere was scarcely an j-rote given on the propositions; in others, the vote was almost unanimous in their favor; but it almost invariably appears that where the propositions have been fairly discuss ed, there are large majorities against them. It must long ago have struct every observing person, that the submission of Constitutions and Constitutional Amendments to the popular Yote Is a stupendons farce. A Constitntion is the very foundation of a State and of all its laves. Tet, in voting upon scich propositions, not one voter in ten knows what he is voting for, or cares to know. Tbey either neglect to vote at all upon the question, or conclude that it is a measure of reform, and the...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 11 November 1875

?.. V tout glattos;. TffE-KANSAS CHIEF. SOL. mLLSB, TublUher. Toxmw: . TfoDouiM a Tut. re ADrascx. Payment should be made strictly in ad ranee i otherwise, the rate of 13 per Ttni '"111 be charged, at the discretion of the Publisher. The eitia dollar will in bo case be exacted, except -when unreasonable delar is made in payment, or unnecessary titrable is giren. It Is always best to hare a dearnnder etaading with the Publisher, when time is desired. A.r p-VTw-t triing 7ritOa9! 1 da 3 mo. 6 roo 1 year. One Square t2J0 i00 tlM tltM TwoSonares. M ".00 10X0 17.00 Three Squares 1M 10.00 17.00 25.00 Quarter or a Column.. 10.00 15.00 2S.00 40 00 Half a Column 15.00 &00 40.00 75.00 OneColnmn 3.00 40.00 75.00 1 150X0 For any other length of time, tn accordance with the abore rates, which apply only to regular advertising. Business cards of 5 lines or less. 15 a year. For legal and transient advertisements, $1 per square for the first insertion, and 50 cents per square for each subsequent...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Kansas chief. — 11 November 1875

m gat the givtmtt FALL PLOWIHG. What laud to plow, and how mucli, in tlio fall, are question that usually present tbemsehea to tlie farmer. There is something in iliscritniiiat inj: here. It is lenowu that clay laud, when wet, is bad at any time to work. It is worst in the spring or earl v summer. The snn then bates it, and males it hard: and such land cannot real ly be reclaimed. The hurt shon s for j ear, v, e have known it to last for many years, ''!" " meadow and pasture as well as under l bj f low. It is, therefore, considere.1 tl ,,0tn "n falltrustiug to the frost 'to correct jtat il may result, nere, howevrr,.i a AMeaUs. I lie fratintrtlinpron nut iiihiu lu" Mion lUCkH fraud the rn's pelt .t and make it compact. WbBi there is liltloMiow or ram, and nn almii SucroraIUn"atUf.ii"Saud thawing, with sometimes very low leinprratiin-, extending into S??. SSrilW a crrjt "rPlh, the case is differ ent Even then the hnrt not entirely remov ed "if tie plowiug was a wcre case of wet, and ...

Publication Title: Weekly Kansas Chief, The
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