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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 6 September 1879

HISTS FOR THE HOUSEHOLD. Tlie Tabic. Macaroni: Iiit it on in cold water ami noil te.u.ily for tlinf-fourtli of an ii.mr; drain tliuwati-r off; put in a cap ful of milk, ami a lump of .itittur of the .-ize f an t-pg. Son c hot. White Call-: Three cupful of 'iitfir, ne cupful of lmtter, one capful of"weet milk, the whites of ei'lit ys, thrteand a half cupful-of Hour, half a iiipfnl f com tarch, ami tlint tca--pixinfnl- of baking-powder. Itoke in Lni-r, and -proail withcti-tanlor icin;. Drop Ginger Cake: Ono cupful of buttiT or lanl, one cupful of white -ujpir, one pint of mokic-, three egg-, one iiipful of Imt water with two teaspoon fill of -oda di oheil in it, one t.ilile--poonful of ginger, and Hour enough to in ike a tolerably -tiff batter. Drop with a oon into a long pan. Mixed Tickle-: Little cucumber. about two inches long, green tomatoes ear- of sweet corn about the -ize of the cucumber-, a dozen. -null white onions Minn' iod of -tring beans ami the ten der hm1- of the raili-h...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 6 September 1879

THE BODGE CITY TIMES. nODOK CUT. SATURDAY. BEIT. C. LOCAL NEWS. The Arkansas river it lo, very low. It is very feeble. Fred Singer in acting Constable of Dodge township. He makes in excellent officer. C M. Gravbill ii the happy father of a bouncing boj, which will gladden the happy home. Belle Meade is the name of a new poet .ffice in Meade county, R. A. Million, post muter. The Globe ia the "Honorable Bilks" ot Dodge City; bat instead of being all head, it is all tail, with no following. 1'atrick Boghrue hi taken the position of farrier at Fort Dodge. He is an excellent workman, and we wish him faeces. Gen. H. B. Van Voorhis is putting in 80 teres in fall wheat. Some of the wheat ear Ij sawn is three inches out of the ground. Wearing slippers in Dodge City is a cus tom thst strike the eye of a stranger; and he inquires if the people are not slippery. The excavation for the new school bouse was commenced Thursday. Col. Straughn baa the contract from Mr. Webster, the con tractor of t...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 13 September 1879

Vat?,. AA DODGE CITY TIMES. VOL. YI. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, SEPT. 13, 1879. NO. 18. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTON A. COLBORX. H. W. 8CTTOX. X. ' COLBORX. ATTSBBYn AT I.AVT. dodge crnr. ka One In Pott Offlce Bull J Inf. GEO. A. KELLOGG. ATTOBKBT AT UV, DOUCE CITY, KAN. Will practice in the lereral court of the state. OffireintnnbellulMlnir. E. F. IIAEDESTV. ATTOB.tKY AT tlW, BODGE CITY. KAXSA.S. Will practice In State and federal Court Office second doer west of I'oatoffiee. V. F. MASOX. PHMICIAX Jklim CMieX. HDGE C1TV. KANSAS. ty Office in the Globe Building. -S Orders roar be lelt atTriascr'. Drugstore. M. M. MILLTOAX, PHTSICIAKI AN KITRCEe)!. DODGE CITV. KANSAS. EJ- OUIee in Front of City AtoteL-CS ItRISKMAX. BROS. i. TVEBSTER. Ll'UM BBBI.KBB. 4IODGE CITY. KAS. Varda aontb of Railroad track. D. S. WEAVER. PAI.1TKK. FlUff WBITTNO, GKAINI.Na.CaRKIACI W0BK DODGE CITY. KAN. CKXTBNIflAI. MMU fMxvP GEORGE DIETER. Proprietor. Miarliw. Mtampoclngand llair CuiUlngdonein the lateat tatalon. 30HN ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 13 September 1879

r r l r. r K" Ttn nnni:Pj:ntt flues. . i Xitfi irji'?9- - ' -- krEsCTlTTIUS : lorr V-ar.m l-lisace, r. tt A NEW JIEXHJO TKAUKUl. TnoJtcn Slav ,a Bear with Club. lu XVtilrl. n Wmiim. Iljmrw in." 1- H- Ilr'l..tlM-lli.riclHJl Ki.lelle.uUr. ,.-i..-i4ltoIlH: Cincinnati Knquin-r. St. I.pcis. Aiiru-t30. Mieriff ) lute- HINTS' FOK THE HOUSEHOLD. 4 The- Tnl.le. -Peach Cake: Hake three layer- of I' Cotintv . On Tue ' ionge-cake, cut ripe peaehe- into very in Kalin, a worthy thin slice: prviare -ome sweet, thick Hon. 1). IS. Matte-on ami f.unih. with j a nam- from ltiea, are at ilniurt Lake, in Hamilton Cm ilav afternoon .ioi f . r.J.. ...- ...... . . .:.,.n.i... r ct nri: aihhi.t :'.... nprnr lb inie- ..Wnnt 1 . t VI llT ' 1 ,lHnV . ... , ..' T. - fi ...? ... .... II... J.-. Mn -"V'fV"-'."- ""'"- luii oi ..run. wuii " --".", -- - . .. -.., ,,. ,i,i.,i . ;in,i , cream uy.win )im:r, miVuimc aim iiu bt. Imi-, en mute for Iii.Ii.inaiK.U-. V i . ' " .u Vi.'.nnlu.n County "uide, voring it: -pread t...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 13 September 1879

Elettrirltjr in Morning filorir. ITEMS OF INTEREST. I in? to the report if CominK-ioner Mor- the " lnanifv-t ilt-tiny" of the nation i i I rell to the Paris Kmo-ilion. i, f iron, to lte nnnexi-il liv ilerm.inv . and that the I rrroonal ami Lliirnrj. 13,M)7,7:J. ton. and of teel, 2,71H,5.M time U f.ioral)!e for con-iderin that La-t eenina jrentlemau of this city Fanny D.ivi'iiiiort-l'rUe ha jmr- ton. Of the iron -lo.fct per cent, m as nrranenn-nt. I accidentally inide a mo-t singular di- cha-rd for? 15,tXX a piece of property at I produced Iiv Great Britain, 1G.0T per The Kniperor of flernianv ha- en-'cocry respeetintheeUvtrieiiHntlnemv Canton, li., which w ill hereafter be her1 cent, liy the United State-, 13.1C per noljk-d the onlv -on of Dr. Valfc. late I of the onlinarv moniin:-z'ory vine-t. -mmuer home. .lu-tui McCarthy lia- a -ouvvhoi rapidly following in hi- fatheis foot--tep-." Tlie jomij man i- -aid to he a verv i leer writer. Mini-. II. 1. Wavat-U and Col. Hum' S-. OU-ott h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 13 September 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. 8ATUKDAY. SEPT.JX MJBSCUIlTlONj 2 00 per year. In advance NICHOLAS B. KUI.XE, Editor. Missouri is trying to jet up in immigra lioa boom. The Times-Journal deplores the condition of things in that Slue, and thus describees section in Missouri: But the im migrants do not come. The mwt romantic and lovely portion of Missouri remains al most an unbroken wilderness. Its beat hab itat iocs are the sparsely Mattered cabins of the "butternuts," and its most notable in dustries the hunting of wild deer and trap ping for wolves. School houses! churches! printing prows! books! magaiines! social lllel intellectual exercise! roads! bridges! well built towns! Ijceum halls! where are they? The sharp crack of the solitary rifle and the rush of wounded prey through the jangle drowns the echo that might return to you. But the inhabitants there how do theylive7 What do they do? Surely they come together sometimes; surely they bare leaders that hare been out in the wor...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 13 September 1879

JAMES TALLEY & CO., Live Stock Commission Merchants, KANSAS CITY Daily 3Urket Kriwrta and the Trice Current F. C. Z I THE OLD BLLIAai.E DE1LER IJr GENERAL MERCHANDISE, HARDWARE, Tinware, STOVES, and the Best Agricultural Implements Pumps, Crockery, and Glassware, and LTTMBER. Aeent for tbc genuine Agent for the celebrated SINGER 8EWI.xG MACHINE CHARTER OAK STOVES and JOHN DEERE PLOWS. and LEAVENWORTH STOVES. ILatltleTKHWUD niliKN. All kinds of FIREARMS and AMMUNITION. FIREARMS S. C. GALLUP & CO. MANUFACTURERS OF SADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS Whips, Spurs, Horse Brashes, Curry Combs, &c. REPAIRING NEA'l LY DONE. Special attention given to the MANUFACTURE of CJAIiIFOBHIA SABBLSS. ORDERS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. DODGE CITY, KANSAS. ORK & WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN General Merchandise m? &BS, BOOTS MB SH01S, FANCY GROCERIES AND QUEENSWARE. FRONT STREET, DODGE Cf. M. HOOVER WHOLESALE DEALER IN WINES LIQUORS AND C I G Am s Manufacturer ef SODA WATER, Sarsaparill...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 13 September 1879

WEEDS That cabin ode of rottins log, ho door its hinges lacks, IScfore tt ntind two standing curs, a bru-h heap and ah ax; l'-clilnd It, ranged lu crooked row, i- maize of varying height. One aide, some stunted cabbage-, that sore the slug-worm smite; A broken worm leuca "round the p!a(f, which mufli -repairing need. Where In the mmiTN ilmvly grow th rank est noiion weeks That lnu I-m-ii William Klkln'a home. If home should le the name Of any place where folk irIde with idleness and ahame. And yonder hou-. acros the road, low-roofed and spreading wide; A well kept lawn before the door, it- owner's honest pride. The wood-shed filled, the stable trim, the low I In yard Inclosed ; The kennel mug where Hose for rur alter nate watched and dozed; Thelong, straight low of deep preen maize; the garden filial w it h all The toothsome lanu In thrifty growth, from early spring to full; The fnilt tree. In the angles of the weedless zig-zag fence Iludd Martin clo-es there it life of well earned ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 13 September 1879

DR. JOIil BULL'S Smitii's Tonic Syrnp FOR THE CURE OF FEVER and AGUE Or CHILLS and FEVER. The pro;rltor of this c-Icbra:ed medicine ja;tly duai for It a superiority over all to ti a ever offered tMa.pablio wrihe SAFE, CERTAIN. SPEEDY aadrERIXAIIEXr care of Aqsc aod Fever, or Chills end Tever. Leth erof short or longstanding. Herefersto the entire Western atdSoathern country to bear tin: tcitimoay to the truth of the assertioa that In no ca-e whatever will it fall to care if the direct om ire strictly followed and carried oat. In agreatnany cases asingledo4. has been sufficient for a care, and whole families have been car edbya single bottle, withaper ffCtrestoration of the general health. Itii, however, pruarnt, and in every cue mre cer tain to cure, if ita use Is continued in soiller dcs :or a weei or two af'er the disease has beencheckcd.nsre especially in difficult and lozEt-staudint? uses. Usually this medicine will not require any aid to keep the bowels in go id order. Should t...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 13 September 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATUHDAY. SEPT. 12. LOCAL NEWS. Tbc Arkansas river in lover at tnie point than at time lbi vear. Tbe foundation for (he new school liou.e if progressing finely. Jamea Vance, formerly a treigfater here, is now a resident of Deadwood. D. Sbeedy, a well known cattle man, ar- irved Thursday. He ia located in Nebraska Rev. O. W. Wrigbt will preach in tbe Union church the coming Sabbath, morning and evening. Tbe Pawnee County Fair will be betd at Lamed, commencing September 24th, and continuing three day. Captain Jamea Ilenton, of ForlSopply, spent a few daya in tbe city thia week. He report everything quiet eontb. T. B. Ilaon waa in tbe city Tuesday. He baa purchased the material and will tstsb- liah a newspaper ia Ilodfeman county. County Attorney Button and Sheriff Mai' tenon went to Ureal Bend, Wednesday laat, to be present at tbe trial of horse thieves. Hen. II. B. Van Voorbia ia the Green back editor of the Globe, a valuable acqui aition to tbe edit...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 20 September 1879

tKv & - 't DODGE CITY TIMES. VOL. VI. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, SEPT. 20, 1879. NO. 19- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTON & COLBORN, M. W. SBTTO!. T- F. COLBOWf. ATTBn AT LiVT, DODGE tlTT. KAN. OfOM In Post OfBce Bnilciinr. GEO. A. KELLOGG. ATTOBltEV AX LAW, DODGE CITV, KAX. Will practice in the sere ral courts of the State. Oflce in Globe Building E. F. HAKDESTY, ATTe)B.1KY AT IAW, DODGE CITY, KANSAS. Will practice in State anil Federal Courts Ofice second door west ot rostoffice. W. F. MASON. rHYBlCIAIf ASB HCRCKON, DODGE CITY. KANSAS. QT Office In the Globe BulIIlniCS Order mar be lelt at Fringer. Drag store. BB1NKMAN. BROS. & WEBSTER. LVMRI BIALBB8, DODGE CITY, KAS. Yards south of Railroad tract. CE.1TEn.1IAI. BABBEB SHOP. GEORGE DIETER Proprietor. MiaTing, Shampooing and Hair Coining (tone in the latest fashion. JOHN WERTH. CIVIL EltOINKEB, DODGE CITY, KOUD CO., KANSAS. Will locate lands in Meade and mUoining .counties under the rre-emptinn. Homestead Mid Timber Culture Acta. SU...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 20 September 1879

THE DODGE CITV TI3IES. SXnsCBirTlUSi $-0.1 r l.tr. uiJi.nrf. .NICHOLAS U. KLAIXE, - l.ditor. MV FltlEMCS HL'SBAMI. "ot mino no, indeed; rav husband is sodiuVicatthal 1 may write a paper Mime time jut to tell" how good ho I-, but tliis article is about another woman liu-hand. .lulin ami I have just rtturn (1 from a viit to untie dc-ir friends of mine, and their experience of life's lit tle Iri ill ban Iievii of Midi a. kind, and Jet hi unlike one to the other, that I havea great de-sire to tell some one all alxiut it. " Hut why not lell very lxxly ?"' said John, when I told him my de-ire. And so 1 send this ti the Christian Union, with Urn hojie that there may lie some among its readers still young ami clear-ighti-d enough to profit by a bad exam ple. I do not mean tint there is no pos sibility of improvement in those who have reachttl miiidle life. Surely I would not thili cutoff my own possi bilities for daily growth in the knowledge of good, but ft remains true that if a nian or w...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 20 September 1879

ITEMS Or INTEREST. Fersoiinl and Literary. M.irk Twain has ritumeil from Eu rope. CI ira Morris lu-. accented a drama by Kilpir K.iucett, the poet. " JIN- HnuMnn, the well known nov-cli-t, u.i the only reure-entath e of fem inine literature on theKnjilMi Kei option Committee at the recent Oongro of Author- in Iiulon. Dr. Oliver AVcntMl Holme-., in piteof hii 70ycar,iiiiieanth"huv; lie write-, a- much as eier, anil a-, m-tere-tcil in his tlutio at the Medical School. It is hinted that he intends to publish mother lolunie. Prof. Louth of Munich ht publish ed a Ixiok to pnne t lut a hiorogiyphio.il in-cription on a monument di-tot civil in lower Kgjjit by Marietta l!e -hows that the monument was ended by Jlo-es. William and Mary Houitt firt in troduced Scandinaii m literature to Kn-irli-Ii reader-. They trau-lated several book- from the bwedi-h to their own tongue. Frederika liremer wa- their intimate friend. Willi im Ilonittlcft an autobiography, n hioh will be prepared for publicatio...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 20 September 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. SEPT. 30. iUIISCKIITIOK: 2 00 per year, in advance MCIIOl.AB B. KLAIMII, Edilur. Tlio Atchison railroad has commenced an extension of Its road from Pueblo to Denier. A severe drouth prevails in New Mexico, and rainj cattle and sheep are dying for want of water. The treasury of the Statu of Missouri is short about $350,000. The money has been gone many months. The California people are preparing to give (Sen. Grant a cordial reception on hit arrival on their shore. Prof. Tier, of St. Loos, and Prof. Smith, of Edingburg, Scotland, both ansert that the hcttrel fort of a ware is about to roll over this planet. Of course everybody will nut be surprised to learn that Gully, the Chisholm murderer, has been acquitted. It took the jury one hour to do it. Gen. John A. LoK&n, of Illinois, will ac company the President on his visit to Kan sas, and will address the old soldiers of the Union at Neosho Fill, on the 25th insL The telegraph informs us ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 20 September 1879

5 f 1 i l I f if FARMERS' AND SETTLERS' STORE. MORRIS DEALER IX Agricultural JRB535 COLLAR, ALL KINDS Implements. .KEEPS A (JEKERAL ASSOU1MEXT OP fluODS. Everything the Fanner want cr needs can be fuucd in his store. F. C. Z I MME BMANN, GENERAL MERCHANDISE. HARDWARE. Tinware, STOVES, and the Best Agricultural Implements Pumps, Crockery, and Glassware, and LUMBER. Arrnt for the genuine Agent for the celebrated SINGEK HEWloG MACHINE CHARTER OAK STOVES and JOHN DEERE PLOWS. and LEAVENWORTH STOVES. also sttb win nixi.n. All kinds of FIREARMS and AMMUNITION. FIREARMS REPAIRED UN SHORT NOTICE. S- C. GALLUP & CO. MANUFACTURERS OF SADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS Whips, Spurs, Horse Brushes, Curry Combs, &c REPAIRING NEAT LV DONE. Special attention given to the MANUFACTURE of CAIiSFQMXA SABDLBS. ORDERS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. DODGE CITY, KANSAS. obk & Draper, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN General Merchandise & Out-Fitting Goods BY mom, BOOTS MB SHOES, FANCY GROCERIES AND ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 20 September 1879

FLOWEIlS OF MEMORY. Tbe lrUnl au, in foldings -lee; Old Inier MKn eliall brine; Our rUJnty firm en Jtna o to sleep. And 111 not wake till spring. The i-ott Mae. feky bcMl tnro to Kray The Mo-wiiij male, to foil. Then ittall 1m Hil them quite awaj And we forget them all? ayt ccn tIo Lis touch shall bring The !:, and chill, and enow. In meuKir,MllI, the birds bhallt-lngr. And Mtfli the flow en blow. The purple lAiiKtcs, one by one, hlmll lift their fragrant head. And rooletl bv rain, and kied by bun, Shall littlwardeii-U-d. a The fiuiniiicr unli?ht ftUI shall stream, Tin ltoenleepr ulow. The uMrm Nasturtium brightly beam, And tainting breesx. blow. The Tolfns Mill sliaJJ plant their Arcs, , Iho winter hIihIm aru luli Wluit u inf heart of beauty tires lit Memory laid by? Itora KetuI Gaodale, in lleVg Monthly, TltEASUUES. The ro-e, preferred with tender tr are; Th pert umMl note; the tit of hair That vpenk ( loyish folly Krom tyizy depth of ea-y c hair I scan them all with shrujrslng ai...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 20 September 1879

HINTS FOK THE HOUSEHOLD. Tlir Tnlilr. - 10 prevent iniiK inmi ramuir .-our- injr. put in a erv sm ill portion of lii- Crlioil'lte of -oda. t i i . 11 i c 11 .1 lrvakf.it Corn lln.Mil: Scald the inf.il at nijiht, ami when cool, add a spoonful of jeat, two of Miortentnjr, the .ime of mol.i"e, a little -alt, stir well, ' ami in the morning pour on a buttered tin, anil bake. Iiroun Ilrcad: Take one imart of corn meal, pour on lioiling water or milk; when cool ailil a cup ofeat, two -poonfuU of nioi.i-c-t a littfe .ilt anil oneinnrt of rjellour, wet with milk, anil -tirwith a"uoon. Pour in tins or pin- to n-e. Iiake Mow. KiEi Hiscuit. Take -omo light bread-dough sufficient for two -ipiaru tin'? of bi-euit, moltl in four ounce of butter, ami let it ri-f a-rain, anil when liirht pick up mall bunehei of dough ami amp on buttered tin-. Let ri-e a few minute-, then bake -lowly. I Tomato Pickle: Take one peck of tomatoe-, gathered green, and one-third ' a- many pepper-, -oak them in cold w.i- ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 20 September 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. SEPT. 20. LOCAL NEWS. The Arkansas river needs a wet-nurse. A Dumber of old-timers hare left the city for Las V gu, N. M. Judge Fringer has been re-commireioned Notary Public for Ford county. A. II. Boyd baa sown 250 acre in wheat on bia Pawnee county plantation. Tbe prisoner in the jail are under con- -slant guard; and hare no chances of cape. D. 8. Weaver's new advertisement is in this iuue. lfave baa a fine lot of furniture and painter's supplies. Tbe erection of tbe Presbyterian church edifice will be commenced Tery soon on tbe lot north of the court house. Ker. N. C. Collins, of Pierceville, will preach in the Union church this Sunday, in the morning and evening. Farmer Wilkinson bad another horse shot Monday night. The animal is sot seriously disabled; but this practice ought to stop. Morris Collar cornea to the front with a new and attractive advertisement. Morris is an enterprising merchant, and is bound to sjeceed. The beet argume...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 27 September 1879

DODGE CITY TIMES. c VOL. YJ. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, SEPT. 27, 1879. NO-20. SUTTON' JL COLliORX. M. W. SCTTON. E. r. CI IH11U". ATIOB.fEl'l) AT I.A1V, dodui: urv, ka.v. Office in Tost Unlet Uulldlnl. GEO. A. KELLOGG. ATTOBEV AT LAW. DODC.K CITV. KAN. tVill practice in thfeeTeral courts of the Mate. Office in Globe IlililJIni E. F. HARDESTY. ATTOU.M1V AT LAW. DODGE CITV. KANA-. Will practice in State and 1'r.lerul Conn Office second door west of roti(Ti',e. ' W. F. MASON. PIIVMICIA.' AXU Nl'KISKO.'l', IlOIlGi: CITV. KAXsA- C?-OfficeintliciloUe lSuildlns 'CS Orders mar he leit at Frlnr" DniiSlore. HRIXKMAX. HKOh. A. WEBSTER. MJJIBEK DBAI.EKSS UUIXiK CITY. KA Vartlonth of Railroad tracL CK.SfTE.VSUAI. HlHItlXU SHOT GEOItGE DIETER. Proprii tor. S'lavinj, 3hainMoiii;r!inil Hair Cuiltlnxtlone in tlie latral lasblon. JOHN WEUTH. CIVIL K.(il5KEn, DODGE UTV, rOItDCO., KANSA ill locate lands in Meatle and tftioining counties under tin- frc-emi'llon, Uoru.-sfejd and limber Cult...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 27 September 1879

THE DODGE CITY TDlFi ! RrilMIIlrTIOVl 6iOI-r l. . .. 1-iiurt. NICHOLAS B. KLAIN'!, - I ditor. FAKJI TOPICS, T PAUM X.NC1NG. There is no practical farm question of more importance to tis :it present than, " How shall we fence our farms." Jlost farmers are out of rail timber, anil we may conilmlc that the davsof the Vir ginia fence are numlieriil. We need not regrci It, for w hile it has served a good purpose and was the best fence.all tiling considered, for the pioneers it is hardly suited to this age of adiamcd jdc.it in :igrie ulture. What shall w c substitute for it? is the question. Shall it be hedges, wire or Iwards? After twentyvcars' experience with hedges, I am not inclined to aiHocate that they be planted to much extent. A hedge feme requires too much lalior to keep it in shape, and that lalnir comes at the busiest time, when crops are demanding all attention of the fanners. A limitid amount of hedge on line fence is admis tiblc, but for division fences it is entire ly unsta...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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