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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 4 April 1861

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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. — 4 April 1861

w 3H)tKcmsa3 tfljtcf.' SOL. KILLER, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS: Tktrsday, s : : : : April 4, 1861. HEWS SUMMABY. Xlvln 8'ahnders, of Iowa, has been appointed-Governor of Xebraska. Thefpeeple of -Arizona, led on by the 'Governor, are talking tf weeding. This thingwlll be "dried op," by the appoint ment of .new officers. There ia still a very strong Unioneel ng 1i Northern 'Alabama. G. W. Lane baa been appointed Judge of the Northern ud Southern Diitricta of that State, and has expressed bis determination to hold Courts. It is probable that appointments -will be made in most of the secoriing States. .' It is said that John 8. Million,, of Virginia, will be appointed to a foreign mission, if he will accept. Secretary Chase ia in earnest in his efforts to restore honesty and economy in the Treasury. Department. He. intends 'to csll'backElieha Whittlesey? of Ohio, to the position of First Comptroller of "the Treasury. Texas is in trouble. The Indisns are devastating bor border, and the ...

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. — 4 April 1861

m.. .nbtect of Financaa will call for -ulr arnflst and careful consideration. With the most rigid economy. 4be taxee for a km lean Utnit .b8 dnron, pa. liilly when the comparatively-irnpoer-"ihrf condition of the people la consider 1 1 It if therefore important to provide for fanding the extraordinarj expense at tending the change from a Territorial, to ptoses of the Legislature. "' The current expenses of the Govern . mieht be ereatly diminished by .re ducing tho number of the members of ifcj legislature, nmu oar population snati hire Urgelj increased. Forty-five mem bers of the House, and fifteen of , the Sen ile tronld subserve the public interests aai'te as well as tba present number, and rtdoce the ptr dim aggregate nearly one kilf- . , To lessen the tax for support of the Judiciary, which cannot be less, by the terms of the Constitution, than 812,000 lannslly, the Legislature might provide Ihst each suitor should pay to the Clerk, for the ass of the State, a small fee of one o...

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. — 4 April 1861

5U-. -W ffflf . .Sfuftr" How to Grow Tree from Seed. Will youor omeof your correspondent, fir m a corrcet way of-growing peach anil cherry' pits T" How tojrceze, and Loir long, pear, quince and 'ap pie teed before planting, and how deep, and at what time to put in the ground.?' How to grow chestnut! and horse chestnut? The belt plan to start grape from cuttings? Will Arborvitie, Hemlock and Spruce seed grow, sown in the Spring? By answering the abore before planting time yon will oblige.::. -. - R. Peach and cherry pit ihould be kept moltt or freah with cherry pit, this U very' impor tant; a few week drying will render them Bcarly worthies, and during a ihorter time may prolong their Tegetation a year. They should immediately, on taking from the berry, be mix ed with moist sand, earth or mould, and kept moist. They may be planted late in autumn, or rery.eariy in the spring. If planted in au tumn, "the soil should be quite light, to prerent the formation of a hard oust, which will re...

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. — 11 April 1861

iniMMiwm)Wfc egffnmugnrfi t '.'l 1 X.V"!.-, ,C JC II fTSslT SOL. MILLER, EDITOR 4ND NJBLISIER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. !&:: TERMS $2.M rER ASNUM, IN 1DT1NCE. 111 VOLUME IV. NUMBER 40.J WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1861, WHOLE NUMBER, 196. y-wi K white IttMttS W'JlJvJl'4;''' jbbiiiM s J bwj 5aW VsaV aawT a HLal '' --; Cjjirice rctrg. STAND BY THE UNION. BY W. II. HAYWABD. Aim W; (1 FToxos. Here' to tbit clarions Union, So iltar to yoo nnl me, Boond by tho Constitntion, Id the bosdf ofcaitj. llama of the patriot Watthinjjton, Uor nation boat and i-ri Jf Hi liHe was fortMi Union, Which wa will not divide. Istaad by the Union, Whatever mtj betitlt; The Start and Stripe forerrr, Wuhiof toa onr aide. Onr fathen fought for freedom. And fthed their Hon.! and died; They left to oa thit htntaft, A country au aad id. They bound oi in tbit Union, And bad m card it well; Tbit we thaald be united. And never 4are rebel. h'land by the Union, ate. Brtve JacVton was a hero, Fro...

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. — 11 April 1861

. '.a? Stye Kansas jtt SOX.. MILLER, EDITOR. WHITE CIOTTD, XAVSAS: ThirseUy, : : : : : April 11, 1811. HEWS STJIMABY. The delegation of California ofiice seekers, while on a visit to Lincola, got into a quarrel, which resulted in a regular rliticnfi. Tbe'Governor of -Virginia haa seized cannon belonging to the Government, which had been contracted for at a Rich, mond foundry, three years ago. It was about being removed to 'Fortress Mon roe. - The-Flofida Legislature has passed an art making it treason, punishable with death, for any person in that State to ac cept office noder Lincoln. The Illinois Banks are again in troub le. The notes of thirty-two Banks have been thrown ont by the brokers. It is said that 8pain is sending a large fleet to seize San Domingo, and that Hay ti will share the same fate. Chief Justice Shaw, of MeasaebeseUs, is desd. Rhode Island has gone for the Union savers and Democrats. Previous to the election, the Southerners asserted that if 8prague was elected, ...

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. — 11 April 1861

advisable ii'the present condition of af bin, tbtt there should be well instract gi and disciplined army, more numerous thin would uaniy oe required on peacw ,Mihment. "- I else suggest that for the protection of oar harbors ana commerce on wo niga ,esi( a nary adequate to those objects :ii'jw. nauired. The necessities hare Joubtles engaged the attention of Con gress, with a constitution differing only from that of our fathers in so far as it is explanatory of their well known intent, free from sectional conflicts which have interfered with the pnrsuit of the general welfare. It is not nsnal to expect that the States from which we have recently psrted, may seek to nnite their fortunes doner me vrueiuj"- c ut iu,hhiu For this your constitution makes ade quste provision, but beyond this, if mistake not the judgment and will ol tbs people, are that Union with the States from wnicn tney nave sepnrstea is neitner practicable nor desirable. To increase the power, develop the re sources an...

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. — 11 April 1861

Sljt Kansas l,tcf; It PCBLIBHED EVEET THURSDAY, BT BOL. MILLER, Editor and Proprietor WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS. Term. Sikolx Soelr Two Dollars a ycnr, in anrance; or if not in advance, at the rule of Three Dollars a rear. Clots. For Clubs of anv number from ten to twenty ,"one year, $1.50 each. ForCii.tiof twenty and orer, $1 each. No Club taken for a shorter time than one year, and nose ?ent anleas the money accompanies the order. A ny person sending a Clnb of Sfteeti er more, v. ill toe tntltltd to a copy one year, gratis. Bates for Advertising. One square, (10 lines or leu,) one week, $1.00 Each additional Insertion, 50 One square, one year, 10.00 Boslnes s Cards, of 5 lines or lest, 1 year, 5.00 . Liberal deductions will bs made to those who advertise bjr the year. The privileges of yearly advertisers tu be confined to their own rtgular business. Administrators', Executors. Final Settle ment, Dissolution, Estray and Petition Notices, and announcing candidates for office, $3, in advan...

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. — 18 April 1861

-C.v- T 'v'.- --.ihirrtrMiiCTi -iw-.miiin or vcaazMTTmuM t&Am-- hi- toiC f t "". 4 '- .fl J)T 5$t IT'X .! P Pi tostt ,ir ! ' n an im rk fP' SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND fCBLISHER. ) THE CONSTITUTfON AND,THE UNION. TEtUIS $2.M fEB ANNUM, IN ABTANCB. ')! m VOLUME IV. NUMBER 41. J WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1861. WHOLE JMJMBER, 197. m m Bliifa 9annnVawSaVawnnVziv - Sw- M -N. XXrV?-. ' mt fwfrg- OITB SHIP OF STATE. BY ttlLUAM D. GALLAGHER. U Urn Vnr old eUyi ef Elfbiy.SwTtB, Oo heart m bop- oat ftu, TV fuhioatd the nodtl, sad laid tht k.tl. Aid baildud onr Ship UStit Twts oik of oor Northcri mount iaa And pin ofoir Southern hiHt, And onr Mi Jlind'i oadar and iron. And our Wboltlaad'i Iloklnf wills. Britannia ruled the war tben, 'Mistnit of many a aea, Aad tht Hed-Cron flf u tht aifnal Forothtr fl to fin: Botortrtha broad AtUntlc, At ttrofiff and calm aa fate, Bode a gallant birqot? that flew from none And thu was oar Ship of Statt. flme the brave old daji of Eight -Sen, When...

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. — 18 April 1861

---"A--'rv1 - r-Wl .-' l'iV-f4--SV --Jrv-o-r 5- f t-if- f tfye Kansas tfljief. I .- SL. MILLER, EDITOR. WHIT1 CLOUD, XAV8AS: f fcinlsy, : : : : : April 18, 1811. The War News. Our columns are-JOvER is Obbooji. A meeting of the (equivalent be refused, reduce the Fort principally occupied, this week, with the! Holt County News was held iu Oregon, " 7r judgment decides to be the most . a, - - ' m new from Charleston. It will be that the excitement throughout the North irom savannau, uau annpunceu uimseiig '-. -" a- 'i .. , , i ., .. - . i ,- nracucaoie. seen on aiomiay, it oeing rue nrsr. any 01 oir- lR! 1 cnit Court. The great Mormon Prophet, v ILmmii, Gentlemen! There ii Sotbing no ranch calculated to cripple an Administration, or to break towa the party which it represents, a tWeesetant assaults made npon itbyits professed friends. Mr. Lincoln it now aadergoing this severe ordeal. Some men seem to think that he ought to bring - the dead to life, make timei flush, and retake tad hold...

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. — 18 April 1861

rt . ' -v fade ground, una mnrcfced oat on the wbrf, the dram tad Jfe playing Yankee Poodle dnrng the aaltUe. A pue ojcar ..Mm burst ob onelof i lhe; casmt, tilling two and wounding ifoun-One was bnned in me ion, snin military uon 0n: the other 'will ibebnriedfcy the Car oliniani. The wounded men will be ta ken to Charleston. r " '"- t The fort was bnrned to a mere'lihell. The gnns on 'one aide of the parapet were entirely dismounted, and others' split.'and the gtm carriages knocked to spl inters. Anderson is reported to havVordered not to sight the men, but to silence the batteries. Snmter has been garrisoned by the Palmetto Guards, under command "of Col. Ripley. The fire had again broken 'oat in the ruins of the fort. The engines were sent down. Official advices from Montgomery in-' dicate that the Confederate Uongreas on re assembling, will at once declare war against the United States. It is believed that in the act of declaration, a distinc-t tiou will be made between alien fri...

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. — 18 April 1861

M - IS FGEUSHKD KTEIIT THCMDAT, T OL. MILLER, Editor and Proprietor WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS Term. TCmJK1S cfubiof an j number from ten to twenty, one year, $1.59 each. For Clt.i.a of twenty and OTer, $1 each. No Club taken for hosier time than one year, and none sent unices tne money accompanies meoracr. .mi peraon lending a Club of fifteen er more, wilt , lie entitled to a copy one year, gratis. Ratea for Advertising. One square, (lOlinei or lea,) one week, $1.00 Each additional insertion, 0 One square, one year, 10.00 Boslnesa Cards, of 5 lines or lest, 1 year, 500 Liberal deductions will be made to those who advertise by the year. ' The priTileges of yearly advertisers to be confined to their own regular business. Administrators', Executors'. Final Settle ment, Dissolution, Estray and Petition Notices, and announcing candidates for offlce, $3, in advance. Displayed advertisements charged extra. Special editorial notices, and communications of a personal nature, $3 per square. Adverti...

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. — 25 April 1861

V-TrfnmiiWllllffmriril i Ml II aWlIM P ,,..' a.- JMgV1!"!!!, r.s BhU ' - -i-- - ! tv os t; j j-, j. . ."; uar-- ; as. )., .-. . .,fiM,.l-. , 4...- .- jl 4jeausj:je,v'.isijs" t -w m - - , -J'J1C T3 .- Ji. m P ', Vrt & ml F 'i. t i t&es ,.1 I " "1 r 5V l iS6i 0L. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. ,. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS $2.09 PER ANNUM, Iff ADTAHCE. if WHOLE NUMBER, 198: VOLUME IV. HDMBBR 42,j WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APJRIL 25, 1861. ,1,1 ., ni ,ieinirTfc.lli iip iia.ni'" mwiwuti r -- - tt t : , rM n -',, ! .,- " ' H ' ' " r r : '-:-'"T' ': ' v.i -.!.-" -. - .- --.-a -.-ir - . ;: t : .i - -. .,.- . - . T, :nl3-,- -;-j .-, , .-.' -- -. - ... - i ' . t . , .- ' I?' .' - 'J , ', J ' M .. V -. - Iftttsos ClilefJ ' Z Ll .. - i ' . II dCfeoite $Mij. BOHG OF THE 8TAES AHD 8TEIPES. , BY EEV. E. II. SEARS, c 1 We the (tHtnl trtmr yet . , pint from the bestieeed walli One hearty un( for fatherlaad, Effort iti baoner falls! ut on our (Ui, when outward boand We plow tb...

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. — 25 April 1861

32 v- .- -- vxirVft - i -j Ctje Kansas tffjitfr OK.. KILLER, ----- EDITOB. WHITS OIOTJD, XAHSAS: Ttmrflay, ::::. April 25, 18M. Tire Oosormbioitai. Bact. The "peo ple of Kansas do not feel like dispensing with the aervieea of Mareua J. Parrott in CMcms. and be is already a pokes of in ..n with the Lower House. He would distance all rivals;" and many who lad, in their confidence that Parrott wonld be chosen to the Senate, taken de- eided ground in favor of the reelection of Conway, are now expressing their pre ferences for Parrott. There will be a lively time in the Convention. Mr. Par rott is decidedly the ablest man in Kan sas, with a good Congressional experi ence, and at a time like the present can .not well be spared from our National 'Legislature. We are told that Jim Lane, true to his -character, in his great desire to secure rotes for the Senate, promised the Con gressional nomination to Speaker Updo- graff. To be sure, Lane has no more right to bargain off that nomination th...

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. — 25 April 1861

...... ilr. . tnMidtaierr weat rets. ,ner -- - . .j,.ir runs and opened fire on Moultrie, cam mines' Point, ud Sullivan's Island. The jron ......, of Cummines Point nrf immense length, nd meet of our shots $laaced.off. .;.- Anderson tefnted to lIor.Uie men to .,mn on the parapet, on acco.unttpf Weh a terrific fire. There ws scarcely a room left in Moultrie inhtbitoble.- Several shot went through the floating battery, but It m little dsrasged. Two gnnJTSrrtheMron bitter were dismounted. --: t A man was sUtioned whocrted shot or shell WBen the rebels fired,, and the garrison were thus enabled to dodge. At first tne worwnen were reluctant to help work the guns, but after udi they serred most willingly and effective ly sgaiast the iron battery. The barracks caught fire sereral times on rnuaj, out were cx.uu guuhed by theeffort of Mr. Hart ofNew York, and Lyman of Baltimore, both Tolunteers. On Saturday, the officers quarters took lire from theshell, and the mam gates were burned, lie ns...

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. — 25 April 1861

fyt tie Jfarmor. u. ed Cora Hew tt Produce Early Ger Btination. If yea did not, ss yen hsre been advised to do, mt jour iced ora by selecting tbo bMl in in the field, dss't lose, another day, bat ge stjoncs to your corn-crib') and pick oat the handsomest ears you can find, and store them op'Jn come dry loft, bo matter if it if very smoky one, and ukttui July sub, it won't hart the vitality of the iced. It U of the highest importance that your feed should germinate immediately after yos plaat It. That is of more icportaaee than early plan ting. Germinatloa can utidoubtdedly be has tened by artificial means. Or. Chamberlin, of Bureau Cosnty, IUInoii, hai made tome impor tant diacoreriei in thia direction. The Repub lican eayi: -, 'Last year Dr. Chamberlain, of this place, aude some practical experiment, and demon strated that nearly half of the time may be eared in germinatiag the seed by the use of whloride of lime. "Not aatUfied with the wcceei of last year he ia experimenting. In h...

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. — 2 May 1861

'Vv'.vi.-iir . -4 Jt " 1- Sf . ,7 villi .11' wznrn 3(it - t .a w I SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. VOLUME IV.NDMBER 43. , THE CONSTITUTipfl'AND THE UNION. i TERMS $2.M PEE AXSDM, IS ABTANCK. 2 1 tl WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1861. WHOLE N0MBER.199. '-'.' 1 '; ' PS5 t .. w V . . -s- r .'. -" SbV &maV femV (4 J ' Iflf A Kan 5H5 &mt f Mtxn. the; call me a tbaitor, sow. Tha folio win lisci were ari.ed by itctaf an oM ma latently i.nc t t-w American flag, ai ft floated froM tW (U foa of tba boftlt to Ma tophi.. "I lif." i(Jbt,"tn MuntWppl, wbTe thy tml lei 11,11 fljfb raited; bat I lave that flag; I bore It tfaroojh the Indian wars, and at 5w Orleaai. nader Uaaaral Jacktoa. I am ixty nfat years of ag. I was born and raitad In Ibis Futa. My father, an old Revolutionary soldier, was ont of tb earlfeit settlers. Mycoontry has been very good ta me, aad fare roe tha land I love. My eoantry I love. I lova Tenasnte; I am sorry 1 arrer Hit her. I want to lira where that flag...

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. — 2 May 1861

-tts - v.j --u EIfc liansds tCtjitf. !.. MILLER, ..... EDITOR. WHITS CLOUD, KANSAS: Tkiniay, ? : : . : May 2, 1881. A Ceaxce tor Iowa. There never waa a better opportunity than the pres ent for Iowa to make a "ten strike." Missouri threatens to secede, in which event the river within her borders will be blockaded ; her railroad, coerced by nobs, now refuse to carry United States troops; and if secession is consummated, 'Ciaideand-traTel-tnrough Missonri -will be very insecure. Now is the time for Iowa to-pat forth her-stjmosL-nergiaa-lo complete her southern railroad from the Mississippi to the Missouri River. The navigation of the Missonri River, from the month of the Kaw np, will be kept open, for it belongs as much to Kansas as to Missouri.' The trade of Kansas would then go up the river, and from the western terminus of the Iowa road, there would be direct railroad commnnication with Chicago. That road would com mand the immense trade and travel of Kansas and the Great West, now...

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. — 2 May 1861

- r-rv n. nntfrnment to become arbitrators be tween the contending parties in the pres ent difficulties. r v - A Wheeling, Va., dispatch, of ..the 25th, sajs: The Bell and Everett.men in This Congressional District, met in con vention in this city to-day, and' 'accepted the nominee of the Douglas Democrats, ,V. G. Brown, of Preston Conntj, -as t..;P -imlidate for ConerasH. A resolu tion was adopted, approving of the Har rison Uounty preamuie anu resolutions, which condemn the conrse of Eastern Virginia, and recommend all the North western Counties to send delegates to a convention at Wheeling on the 13th 'of y4r. Strong Union speeches were made, and everything was transacted with perfect unanimity. Tho prevalent opinr ion here is that there will bo a division of the State. ' The amonnt of floor seized at George town by the Government is 25,000 bar rels. They are selling it to the poor at $7 per barrel. J. he Rtreet pnco is 910. Advices from Frederick, Washing'bh and Alleghany Counti...

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. — 2 May 1861

TV"' .- - -V i K Ab -KMlrJmJ2 Jor Jarmer. ikeep in Conmectlon with Wheat Grow in f. la a rtcent number of the "Journal of the Nw York Agricultural Society," General JUwion Harmon, of Wheatland, N. T., givs the following account of hli practice with sheep la connection with clorer and wheat growing, which we recommend to the attention of oar wheat growing farmer who bare a toil and sit nation adapted to clorer and wheat: For many Tears we hare kept two iheep to the acre of wheat land; say for 150 acre. 300 aheep may be kept, and the regular rotation of the wheat and clorer kept op on the 150 acres. 40 of whieh ahonld be kept in wheat each year and ten la corn and roots. Clorer seed should be sown In March or April, six quart to the acre, and as soon as the ground is dry in the spring, one bushel of plaster should be sown to the acre. Barley or oats should follow that or corn and roots, and aeeded as above; so we bars fifty acres seeded with clorer each year, ten acres in corn and roo...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
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