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The Pearlette Call from Pearlette, Kansas • 7

The Pearlette Call from Pearlette, Kansas • 7

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Pearlette, Kansas
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7
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CAPITAL. The neatest and newsiest paper that we know of is the Topeka Daily Capital. The Capital is our ideal of a newspaper. Neither too large nor too small, and the matter selected with great care and judgment, and tastefully displayed. The subscription price is only ten cents per week, and it is therefore not only the best but the cheapest daily in the west.

WRIGHT, BEVERLEY Dealers in all kinds of OUTFITTING GOODS, AMMUNITION, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS DODGE CITY, KS. GRASSHOPPERS. Ed. Thompson is still suffering with the ague, contracted in Ohio. Geo.

Pearce intends to start east with a herd of antelope about October i provided he can catch them. Howard Low-ry and William Mangold sheared sheep for a few days, near Dodge; but the wool was so full of sand that it was the hardest of hard work, and the poorest of poor pay. Mrs. Ed. Thompson is the efficient assistant at the Pearlette post office.

Mr. Lowry has not succeeded in finding his horses. Douglas and Silas Ayres have made the best show at farming of any of the Colonists. Geo. Lawson and John Bay are making brick, in Dodge.

Dunk Arter is still shearing sheep on the Cimarron. J. F. Lawson is shearing near Dodge. Now the finest house in the county belongs to J.

L. Benson, and is situated about 5 miles south-east from Pearlette. It is 26 26, well built and well finished, and would be an ornament to any county. Messrs Werth, Milligan et al, are endeavoring to get a post office at Werth's lumber yard, about 3 miles south-west of Pearlette. Subscribe for the Call.

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Pages Available:
120
Years Available:
1879-1880