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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — White Cloud Kansas chief. — 9 May 1861

. . 'rb tt ' "' 'vi r.-r t! ." ? lsf'' aITJVff 51 . 1 It ..T ?1.. fZ I0L. MILLER, EDITOR iND PUBLISHER. V 1 i THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TERMS $2.M PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. BS $? VOLUME I V.--NUMBER 44. 1 . WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1861. WS WHOLE NUMBER, 200. f ft- s rr r IT tkV il. '"I - 3 TiJ W k I . " ji .. cEn Kjiises mmii. "DO NOT THAT TILL J AK DEAD." r'On, Dor ! That tux I am Dad. TW Ailaa- U (Gt.) Bepsbluan itji: , Oa tii daj of tin nMtlac of tU Mctitioalilt at KIop- rUa, iTolllotr7oldirrtnwdto kit iwtJ-rtt Is , Cobb Court j, oo fbo railroad; tboojb hit ejti war a dim Uiube conll not n-17 well tea. He waa told that they War tryUx to pt tho paopla to ditsolva or aeceda from the Ualoa; whereopon ha dropped bis withered face, aad aaemed to bo in deep dutrau for one or two in inn tec, af Ut which he raiaed ap hit head, and with ft ftlterin voice, aaldi Ob, dot do Uut tU I am dead! Whira ha atUr od tbaia wotJi, tba lara tears cbaaed each other down his waj-wrra c...

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. — 9 May 1861

?33 I 3!)t Kansas tfrjicf. StL. KILLER, - - - EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KAKSAS: thanta?, : : : : . May 9,' 1881. Words and Acts Let Kansas Keep Her Eyes Open. He who confides in tbe promises of 'secession traitors, has many hard lessons yet to learn in that dear school. Experi ence. There are plenty such in Kansas, who hoot the idea of organizing military companies here, or refase to join them. "Some over-zealous individuals, having ft much stronger desire for getting their names np than for benefitting onr people. are insisting that Kansas should send aU least two regiments of troops away off to Washington, where they are not needed, end are not asked for. At home is the place where they are needed, as may be discovered when too late. 5)ay after day the secession papers of Missouri proclaim the fact that Kansas is qniet, that amicablo relations will be maintained between Missouri and Kan 'BM; and the leading apirite-talk-iondiy of "armed neutrality." Does anybody "believe that tho paper...

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. — 9 May 1861

rnw Black has issaed a proclamsv tion recommending s4horongh volunteer organuation tnrongnoni we icmunj. He has already supplied companies with arms and equipments, and seems "deter mined to place Nebraska in the best pos sible condition of defence. It is suppos ed that at least one regiment of Nebraska Tilanteers will be mastered into the ser rice of the United States frontier for home defence. Nebraska is a unit for the Constitu tion. It is rumored that Gov. flack trill immediately on the arrival of his successor, return to Pennsylvania, having been called there to assume. an important miliary command. - ' ' May 2. Judge Boyd, of the Baltimore Crimin al Coart, charged the grand jury yester day morning. He called attention par ticularly to the atta'ck of the mob' npon the military on the 19th ofrApril, that the guilty might be brought 4o punish ment. The following circular to the govern ment at Washington, was extensively signed by Baltimoreansajsjiterday: In oar opinion military f...

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. — 9 May 1861

, ;22SiaBai . i Jar Jarmcr. Went may be done oa Ten Acre. There would be no difficulty in being able " to make a living in th country, if one has means for the purchase of ten acres of ground with suitaule buildings already erected thereon But to do this he 'most make np his mind to'be industrious, and throw aside all false pride. If it becomes necessary in the practice of rigid economy, for him to do his own marketing, he most not shrink from the task. The taking of fruit or vegetables to market will not detract from bis manhood, nor should he forfeit his own elf-respect thereby. ' With ten acres of fertile ground and comfort able buildings thereon, (and the distance from the city not more than fire miles,) we see noth ing to prevent one's enjoying as much hap piness and living as comfortably as heart could wish. The ground selected should be all suitable for the plow and be divided into compartments something as follows: Two acres shonld be laid off around the house to be planted ...

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. — 16 May 1861

sm; AV ;n'j- g ! JVJII 'I l llll - I or n" ".4X "J's - 8 IS ' .. -- .. . s yiH..Tr,rx 7ZZJ -' I ?3 1.1 ' fc' i I0L. MILLER, EDITOR AND PCBLISOER. VOLUME IV.--NUMBER 45. j THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. TERMS $2. PER ANNUM, IN ADTAMCB. WHITE CLOUD, KANSiS, THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1861. WHOLE NUMBER, 201. a fj M IWifl Kansas Ikf ' I III' rill IG44' Mr'' . mt jprctrg. Frees tkt Xrm Ttrk Trsaou. THROUGH EALTIMOXE. THE VOICE OF THE PEPCN8YIVA NIA VOLUNTEERS. DY BAYARD TAYLOR. I. Twmi Friday torn, tb tntm drsv ntar The citj tad Um tfaor: Far through the ntubine, toft ind clear, VV saw tb dear old flags appear And in our beans arose a cheer For Baltimore". I!. Across the broad Patapscoa ware, Old Fort McHenrj bore The starry banner of the brare, As wbe oor fathers went to saro Or in the trenches find a grave, At Baltimore. , III. Before ts. pillared f n the iky, We saw the jtatoe soar Or .ViuMo jton, serene and high Coold traitors Tiew that form, nor fly! Could patriots see, nor gladly dte For ...

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. — 16 May 1861

.--i?v 2Tfjc Kansas Cljuf. SOL. sflUEK, EDITOR. WHIT1 CLOUD, KANSAS: Yfcirslay : : : : : May IS, 1861. Xluomri's "Armed Neutrality." . Missouri is carrying ont her plant beautifully for an " armed neutrality." Gov. Jacks on baa secretly pledged tbe aid of the State to tbe Jeff. Davit nsnrp ation, and tbe Legislature has pasted a law which virtually amonnta to seces aion, and makes Jackson Dictator. Tbe Military Bill has become a law, and 93,000,000 bare been Toted for the nte of the Governor unconditionally. All citizens are required to take an oath of allegiance to the State, and to serve in tbe militia, nnder the penalty of being pnaished for treason. When once en rolled, the Governor can transfer them to tbe Southern traitors at will. Now is tbe last chance for the Union men of Missouri to strike vigorously for their rights. They are strong enough to wipe the secessionists from tbe State, and it will no longer suffice for them to nmi!a listless and permit tbe traitors to coerce t...

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. — 16 May 1861

f! li Dort that five men bad taken an osth to The World's correspondent says that the Virginia troops tnat evacnatea Aiex jndri have returned. ' Geo. Lane was dispatched some days goto Kansas on important basines connected with the government "He will hve command of a large force, and will proceed as soon as possible through the Indian country to Fort Smith, for the purpose of taking that post, and all oth ers belonging to the Government in Mis nnri and Arkansas. Gen. Lane said before leaving Washington that with inOO men, such as he could brim into the field, he conld successfully 'maroh through that entire section of the sonntry. geven hundred men under his command will be composed of the same class that Krved under Montgomery. Congressman Bonligny, from Louisi ana, arrived here to-day from New Or leans. He states that 4.000 soldiers have left that city for Lynchburg, Va., and that large bodies of troops from other parts are moving in the same direction. He says a strong Union sen...

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. — 16 May 1861

sTV"8 .taw. . Jpnr Jkrmcr. Sweet Potato Co ltd re Shirting tbe Plants. I herewith give 70a the method of starting sweet potatoes in tbe spring, to obtain seta Tor transplanting, which I bar adopted after twen ty yean experience. From the 1st to the 10th Of April I begin by digging a trench 2 feet deep by 7 feet wide, and as many feet long as I bare bushels of seed. The tubers for seed va ry from 1 to 2 inches in diameter. In the bot tom of the trench refuse bay or other litter ia laid to the depth of a foot, well trodden down, and water poured upon it, a bucketful to each foot in length of the trench; warm water if pre ferred, asit raises a heat sooner. Next a layer 4 inches thick of stable manure is placed on the hay, leveled nicely, and left lying as loose as may be. The manure should hare ieen heaped up a few days before, to commence heating. I then place fire inches of the light est soil lean find upon the manure, spread evenly, and lay the potatoes upon it as near each other 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. — 23 May 1861

- n m.i u nun al LiKIim'1" n,l'''fcw:'tlJ"-'1'' f'yTf-iVi .-tfcjajKn.nrc,u.iimr x'-aB "" t --"-; -V.-A. ' -- - - - 1?f t i U "J .. sbe-tSi? Hill Kansas l' N 4 P i .'7 I0L. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER - f HE CONStifUTIONND THE UNION. - TERMS $2.W PER ANNUM, IN 1DTANCB. BBBKflBBBBflHjDBErl : ill . '? A' I' M't: I III II ImJF I ! I . I I; I II w. y LLP. JUL, L L W t VOLUME IV. NDJHBER 46, J Ma mdx. E PLTJRIBTJS UHTTK. BY CAPT. G.'W. CUTTER. thn' raahy tad tUght art A tan tint appeal In that Flag of ouf country onturledi And lie stripes that are swelling in majeaty there, Like a faihbfllr adbfnlng the world: Their light! are nnsnllled ai thoie in the sky, By a deed that our Fathers bate JcnlS Aad they're leagued ia as Use and at holy a tie, Ja their motto or "Mam is Oaii From the hoar when those patriot! fearleuly don. That banner of itarlight abroad, Ever toe to themielvei, to that motto they clang, . Aitbeydoeg to the promise of God. By the bayonet meed, at the midnight of war, On th...

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 May 1861

Stye Kansas &l)ief. OX.. MILLER, - - - - - EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS: Thirslay, : : : : : May 23, 18C1. A Very Hasty Fizzle. The Oregon secessionists last week ar ranged for their grand and crowning de monstration on Saturday, when they meant to crash ont the last vestigo of Unionism ; bnt it proved a grand and overwhelming fizzle. An extra was is sued from tho office of the " homo pa per," gotten np in the inevitable " Drv- gripes',' style the literatnro being of a bastard variety, reminding one of a Yan kee with the genuine nasal twang endea voring to imitate the nigger slang of the South. This extra called npon tho peo ple of Missouri to rally in defence of their homes, as a war of snhjugation had been declared against them by the North, and all that sort of bosh. A secession mili tary company was to be formed, a seces sion flag hoisted, and it wan threatened by some of the more gassy ones, that they meant to signalize, the ,occasionnby hanging Wash. Kelly, who was the lea ...

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 May 1861

Harper's Ferry Washington ' Items; New Yobk, May 16. A medal dispatch to the Herald from Frederick states a rnmor prevails -that the Kentnckians at Harper 8 rerry, who have be famished with arms,- are in. a state of mutiny, and have declared for the Union, and are about leaving, for home. There is trouble there, and desertions are numerous. The Herald's special Washington dis patch of the 15th says it is understood that the rebel States have made proffers of purchase oi .auropean ana otner foreign vessels, but onr government has notified the diplomatic corps to state that no such purchases will be respected, no matter what the flag that covers them. The language used on t'uis occasion was n'n equivocal and decided. It has also noti fied the diplomatic corps if any commis sioner from the rebel States be received by any European .power, this , government will not hesitate an instant to break off all diplomatic relations with said offend ing power, not only recall the minister of the U...

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 May 1861

Jlur Jfarmcr. Kansas a Stock and Grain Country. The late drouth bas bad the effect of dis couraging and driving from Kansas & vast num ber of intelligent, hard working fanner'; be sides deterring thousands from coming hither, who lad intended to make Kansas thier future home. In view of this we propose in this arti "de to give our own personal knowledge and ex perience for what it is worth. We immigrated to this Territory in the spring oi 1&15; eot.se quentlyhave been here nearly sixteen years, daring which time we bare been a tiller of the soil and a stock raiser to a considerable extent, and with the exception of the summers of 1854 and 1SG0, hare sneceded in raising a large amount of cram and vegetables every year. The winter seasons are generally pleasant, with 'comparatively a small amount of snow. In deed with a very few exceptions, the seasons are remarkably mild for the latitude. To those from more Northern climes the winters will seem unusually dry with a very high ...

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 May 1861

52.3SS3J-jgiairiUtJ!ietigaaaa85saB JOL. MILLER, EDITOK ASD fUiLISIER. THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TERMS $2.W fEM AMUH, IS A1TAICE. VOLUME IV. NDMBEK 47. WHITE CLODD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1861. .T'-" T WHOLE NUMBER, 203. 11 imimmKmimmmaKmBaBBmmBmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmllftmmmmfmmi ,r.gmmjBmsBBpsgeoBssBsi ..'' 9 I ' . - .., , - ,i u. . iu.imjj ir -ilTHIWt- " " 3-t. r .. . , ,. . ., aa, .-. tm.iiii,wii ' CTIf 1"g'il:".lM g""- F? A WlMI. uw'w; .inatUI '; M ' w wVWpWi -.--,.; un tn9ii?iiiiii'&irfZx'!itit-Z -i..I atjdt.iT .r .J:r:7, & .Ttwoi -at'S''! I'lr-..-:: ' """""" I .il , CViiiiliUc 1 r- ' ? -CtfTaW' -- ' .UlWJrfyvl- ihhnr.. 'e:979 SflSfl "-;' l ; i-Riflil ". u .:- ..-. - .i$ ' - ' - -" - " 1 I ",:iT;i,' , 1 fc" "J',w . '--r. i'l--- . jflflHHEL ' '" '' """1 -'; -''.- ,. -..--if 'iM-xia-ao- j N K'wjwIhs.M n .- -.w !:; 5 ,-: '";-. -a,.;. .c i.-n Ml- JHwLwLwawawLBfe" ' " - v'':- " ' " , "?MD SlilST IK. .'. - J- n .:-..; p. ..TaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTeV- .- ...

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 May 1861

ilfe Kansas Sl)ief. I.. MILLER, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS: Thiriiiy, : : : : : May 3, 181. - Jbr Representative in- Congress, MARTIN F. CONWAY. Section on Tuesday, Jane 11th. Martin F. Conway. This gentleman is theTtepublican nom inee for Congress, and as such, is entitlod to tbejuppprt of every true Republican. He was.nominated at Topeka, last week, by a large majority, there being po regu lar opposition, Mr. ParrotCs name not having been presented to the Convention. This nomination is but justice to Mr. .Conway, who has proved faithful when to do so was was to "take his life in his 'hand." We trust that the Republicans will see that he bo not defeated. Kansas is not so overwhelming! Re- pablican that Mr. Conway's election is beyond all peradvcntnre. There aro sev arafnaiigerous places to loo"ktb7 Fifitly: the election will come off in the midst of a busy season with farmers, and scarcely a two-thirds vote will be polled. A very large' portion of those who fail to vote, it is fai...

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 May 1861

SW'W ''"""v r -yttetri.4 w-ir?? ttr.-BMTaiv.mT mnfmnsKs vy 'J? it -v i r s I -N U L ftijingamsjigs. vin speaking of .Havre de, Grace saysr "" . '-i! j?i5 gently 'taoro" that. Havre de iproe", Jis Urge villa"e Immi&iitlj oj& the cverfTPerryville,carae within oejxole of UseJeetedMtke.Capiulofthe ttaioiaThe ! -aaitmiaCoBgreMWMbttgeeBthiypstyida k Kctle Baaing town on the Potomac, oowiikaown "MirWMhiagtOB. The Utter wbnjithe-Iday -through the defection of oae of -the Maryland Scaatora. - - '- -& ' ETA Clergyman in Baltimore, writing toan- - other in "Washington, when -mob power -was moat furious, said "if a' Northern army would come'and take ns 'under the'ir'protection,- we j would be glad. If other States bare seceded t m.iicr ueh a pi casino -as we now feel, nothing tT.it-a Northern way will bring them back; and - eify.goodcitiren, I believe, would hail such auariay with delight.". "" '" LJ 4 ET Bishop Henni,J (Catholic) of Wisconsin, m has directed that the Stars' and Str...

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 May 1861

- i H1ff t X - V a i L ' l i $w fyt farmer. Cowing Peas and OaU Together, i. E. Todd in the Ohio Farmer recommends eowiag these two crops together. lie says: Raising a crop of oat andpeas on the nne groand, at the time time,! often attended with good succes; and when tbe object U grain for stock of any kind. It is a much better way to sow oatc with tbe peas than to sow nothing but peas, leas are far more productive when they bare somethtae to sustain them, than when al lowed to grow as Ihey may in a prostrate or half erect position. No grain will fructify as well as when in an erect positiou. One ob ject, then, in sowing peas and oats together, is to hare the oats sustain the peas until the train has matured. In order to accomplish Ibis ob ject Most effectually, the oats must not be sow ed more than half as thick as they are wben other grain is sowed with them. Every good farmer knows that wben oats are sown rery thick, the straw is quite slender; but when they are not rery close to...

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. — 6 June 1861

-mmiT imi l i ' ii f, &3 v SOL. MILLER, EDITOR AND NJBLISMEB. y THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION. i TERMS $tM PER ANNUM; IS A1TANCE.' . r ! n rTi irni - .. . . 1 MM . a M.mmm i r B a..-.-.-.- . - -. . . - I ISS mil MS VOLUME IV.-NUMBER 48. J iptfrj. m TEE QBEAT BELL BOLABD. Suggested' rr the presideil's t&ir'ror Volanteen. BY THEODORE TILTON. tStoTUT relates that Uw famous bell Rollnd.of Ghent, Was ma object of great affection to the people, becasse it always rang to urn them when liberty wai in danger I. Toll! Roland, toll I High in St. Baron's tower. At midnight boor, The great Bell Roland spoke: And all who ilept in Ghent awoke: Wbtt meant iu Iron strokel W'hj eanght each man bit blade! Why the hot baste be made! Why echoed ererj itreet With tramp of thronging feet AU flying to the city's wall! It wat the call, Knows well to all. That Freedom flood in peril efiome Toe; And eren timid bearta greiv bold Whenever Roland toll'J, And every band a tword conld bold For men Were pa...

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. — 6 June 1861

JSES35SS5SSS33 m m r., m M J 3 IM r a- u 1 ti f. H 3l)e Kansas )d. , OL. MILLER, EDITOR. WHITE CLOUD, XABSAS: Tkwsia?, t s : : : Jue 6. 1881. .For Representative in Congress, MARTIN P. CONWAY, Election on Tuesday, Jane 11th. A "Union" Party. It u i pet scheme with certain Kansas politicans, to start np a new par- ty, to be termed a "Union" party. We have as yet heard nothing of the move ment in onr own County, bnt inklings of it came to us from ,our neighbors of Brown. In the centre and South of the State, there are many workers to this end The initiatory step is to be the running of a "Union" candidate for Congress. It is easy to divine the material of which this new orgaization will be composed. The great bnlk of it will be the party which has been repudiated time and again by the people, under its varions names the latest one being Democratic party. Then, they expect recruits from the malcontents of the Republican party, or those who have acted with it to accomplish personal or s...

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. — 6 June 1861

l)i"S0-mUJS. CT South Carolina has been trying how "not to do it" long enough. Don't ih know 'howl to do itt .We will tell her: ' F ' loath" Carolina Sumter wmu," " ' ''i . T'ID'fWoo4 itsaborrer, -tl iliil ! httirt ITojd ua percent" ,rc " '.SI, Tisrogus wiIliUltfotbf-irf; LouistiUe Journal. . St -it.N JQ'A Massachusetts soldier wu'ufed hm he liked the idea of theonfederatifflag' wa ring oyer Faneiul Hall, at threatened by a se ceaaionistai Montgomery." Ha replied,-"IX them "come on and try it -tee trill tend them bad to' their friends in the shape of soke wrrTOSs?' uj" A vockmt a Idea or.TBt mkui ney nre ready to sacrifice themselves on tixe halter i of their country. - ",,'. B7 The New York, rcernita are put through their evolutions so gererely that they drill boles through the sidewalks.,1 - " ' . - (D" Stick profanely inqnires whether a rifle corpse (as-he calls It) is a company of , body suatchm. T ' if Gen. Webb says, In the Courierand Em timrer: "In the garrison In 'Fort Picke...

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. — 6 June 1861

iirmMsBgsgggssaaa g aweaes3-?yryym rwnm wi.njtnaro ttl i Jirr Jatrarr. Fiom the North Western Farmer. experience in Breaking Prairie Best Time to do it. No breaking ought be done after the 15th of July. None should hare been commenced prior to the 15th of May, or at least before the grass had well itarted. I hare seen a great difference in two patches of breaking that was done at periods of four days apart. A man had a small patch of an acre and a half, the half of which be broke the 1st of May. Four days la ter he broke the remainder, and planted the whole to corn. Throughout the summer the earlier breaking was 'full of grass and weeds, and the later breaking almost free. There had been warm showers and hot weather in that in tcrim of four days, and the grass had got a good start, and then when the plow turned the sod orcr, the new roots which made up the whole en ergy of the grass were scorched in the sun, and the grass all died, likewise the weeds. June breaking is the best. Well...

Publication Title: White Cloud Kansas Chief
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