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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 10 July 1896

n i fin . Tl Gold Staadard 'Will Eagulf ti Peopl lato Maelstrom of Eoin. mil Hck2j Warai the People That the Time fcr Selfishness and Partisan Action Hat Passed aod Pat riotism Should Prevail. Bill Hackney, formerly of Kansas, has seen the error of the ways of re publicanism of which he was once such aa able exponent, and in a forcible letter to the Cleveland (0.) Recorder presents the problem of the coming campaign, a3 he sees it, as follows: "I claim that a single gold standard is building up an untitled aristocracy of the few and degrading the many. That the bankers of London are con trolling the bankers of America to the end that our commerce may be des troyed and that of England aggrandi zed. That influence ha3 driven our flag from the ocean, and by the fore closure of their mortgages upon our railroads, the American holdings there in have been destroyed, so that to-day England controls our transportation on land and on sea, and levies tribute at ber will upon American commodit...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 10 July 1896

IHBMinHSiS. Tie Present Session Proceeding Uader the Kew Court Eulicgs. Tha Jury FIndj a Verdict of 'Sot Guilty" In the Wallace County Rape Caae A Flea of Abatement la the Hank Cases Overrated. Court convened Monday and under the new rules now in force the day was spent in determining the status of eases on the docket, the considerations of demurrers and motions, tha setting of cases for trial and the renditions of judgments on default. The first case called for trial Tues day morning was that of the State vs. R. A. Stevens, being a second trial, and a change of venue from Wallace coun ty. The offense charged against the defendant was the committing of a rape upon the person of his step daughter. The forenoon was occupied in getting a jury which consisted of the follow ing: Judson Hollenbeek, George Pat ton, M. B. Turner, Thomas Butt, Joe S. Williams, I. E. Hill, D. B. Dinwiddle, William Richardson, G. F. Knott, W. A. Umbarger, A. L. Palmer and J. W. Kipps. The evidence introduced b...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 17 July 1896

t Vv ;i Ha b IT n M s3P. j i u ;:i ? 1 v; w-Vr U V r U V-.- vvv.rv r VOLUME 10. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY HOMING, JULY 17, 1896. NUMBER 47. S (' WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN, DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR PRESIDENT. Ill JENNINGS MI. The Young Eebraskan Chosea by the Demo crats for President. It Was Done on the Fifth H,!lot, St ite Del egations Eujjerlir hansta;; Tile ir Votes t Slake tho onilimt:o:i L'aaul moos Other I'roceeiiiiiKH. Chicago. July 10. At 10: 7Chairman White, of California, who had recovered the use of his voice, stepped to the front of the stage. Run ning bis eye for a cour.lo of second-, aver the crowd, he glanced down at the pit and with a blow of the travel calied the democratic na tional convention to order. With shuffling feet the yast audience arose uud listened when Eev. Dr. Green, the chaplain, prayed for righteous ness and peace. Chairman Whito then announced that the convention was still on the call of states for nominations and Mr. Harrity, of Pensylvania, ehalrman of t...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 17 July 1896

GcoblanblRepublfc. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. F. II. STEW AST, Publisher. TER1IS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oue year ........... S150 Six months ?5 Three months W Advertising rates reasonablo and liberal dis counts given on exteudsd contracts. Entered at the Foetoifice at Goodland, Kan., for transmission through the inaiis, as second class mail matter. THE TARIFF FRAUD. Revenue last year of Mc- Kinieylaw SI 99,784,99 I Revenue first year of Gor- man-Wikon law 179.350,000 The difference between the two systems 20i434i99 I Por capita difference be tween the two 30'4 cents And Btill our republican and democratic friends insist that a paltry difference of 30! cents to each person in this republic is great enough to make on issue in this campaign. A Pointer Don't be humbugged by tho tariff fraud. More money is the issue and neither of the old ptirtios are in favor of it. Get in line for tho populist ticket. POPULIST POLITICAL CALENDAR. July 22, People's party national convention at Ht. Louis, Mo. Augu...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 17 July 1896

2ew Chairman of the Katioaai Committee Predicts Sryaa'i Eleetioa. The Kew York Senator Denlea Neirjpaper lieports About Hi Kxpresxion St. Louis Democrats Iiirforne Erran Senator Pcttlgrew a FopalUt. Wasuisgtox, July 15. Senator Jones, of Arkansas, the new chairman of the democratic national committee, arrived last night In an interview he confidently predicted the election of Bryan. Be declared that the silver sentiment which prevailed at Chicago was but a sample of that existing over the country. The financial iasaa wonld ba forced to the front and the republicans be kept on the defen sive. There would be little or no talk on the tariff except to insist the country did not want a return to "Mc Kinleyism." Senator Jones favors Washington for headquarters, but the question will not be settled until after consultation with the committee. The senator expressed the belief that the democrats would carry West Virginia and probably two or more of the states of Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesot...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 17 July 1896

Eli Ilfilll. in C.tuesj of Ehermaa County Eatify the Noaii tioB cf "Ihe Soy Orator of tie Platte." Bleetiajr Addressed By TuUy Scott Capt. Joseph Waters, J. W. Hreid enthaJ, and Others A Large Enthusiastic Audience. The people of Goodland and vicinity regardless of past affiliations, met at the op6ra house Tuesday night to rati fy the nomination of William J. Bryau, silver's choice for president of the United States. After music by the band the speakers appeared on the stand. P. I. Lan caster, Dr. F. H. Smith, Capt. Joseph G. Waters, John W. Breidenthal, Tally Scott, George H. Austin and E. F. Murphy occupied the platform. Mr. Murphy, who has heretofore been a strong republican but who had the courage to leave the party when he saw that this was his duty, appeared last and wa3 roundly cheered. Presley I. Lancaster then introduced Dr. Smith as the presiding officer of the meeting. The chair then intro duced Hon. Tally Scott, the Oberlin lawyer and statesman, who made a very able addr...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 24 July 1896

lh ytc l it -if-. t I t-, sm p. t j s r. fcr 'J n n u : volume 10. QOODLAND, KANSAS, FBIDAY MORNING, JULY 24, 1806. IMMIflSffll. Their National Convention Called to Order by Chairman Taubeneck. WELCOMED BY GOV. STONE. Senator Batter Introduced as Temporary Chairman He FleacU for the Main tenance of the Organization of the People's Party. St. Louis, July 22. Among1 the first to arrive at the big hall where the people's party were to held their con vention wore the Kansas delegation with long yellow ribbons on their hats and many of them with sunflowers in their lapels, Ignatius Donnelly, of Minnesota, short and round, with his small blue eyes a-twinkle, came in early and talked awhile with Sergeant-at-Arms McDowell, who stood on the platform, silver baton in hand survey ing the final arrangements. Con gressman Howard, of Alabama, who wrote- "If Christ Came to Con gress," was a striking figure in his delegation. lie is tall, powerfully built, with a swarthy complexion and long, straig...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 24 July 1896

(Boo&Ianbftepublte. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. F, H. STEWART, Publisher. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One year....." ix months Three months W 50 75 40 Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts given ca extended contracts. Entered at the Postoflico at Goodland, Kan., for transmission through the mails, as 6econd class mail matter. POPULIST POLITICAL CALENDAR July 22, People's party national convention at bt. 1X1U19, 310. August 5, Peoplo's party state convention at Abiiene. PEOPLE'S PARTY TiCKET7" Congressman N. B. M'CORMICK, Of Phiilipsburg. SUte Senator Maj. LEVI PRITCHAED, Of Kill City. Appellate Judgo S. W. M'ELROY Of Oberlin. KOTALLJILLIAFil! "We are all ready and anxious to get back to the period of 1S92, when this country was enjoying its highest prosperity." William McKinley. S0I.1E0F THEPROSPERiTY. Mam Failures, 1S92 $114,000,000 (Eradstreet's Review of Trade.) Strikes in 1S92 1,293 (United States Labor Report.) Lockouts in 1S92 716 (United States Labor Report.) This incl...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 24 July 1896

SONG. A robin gang; Th9 dull world awakened from Its sleep. Cast off its robe of winter sadness; The leaves from bondage 'gan to peep. The brooks o'erflowed In Jolly madness; Jill nature listened to the warning, All laughed with lee Jn BpriDfftime's morn ing:, When robin sang. A poet sang; It was a song that reached the heart Of many a man, of every woman. It was the fruit of perfect art, It showed a power divinely human," His name was known to all; and thea Fame on her tablets wrote It, when The poet sang. A mother sang; Two little eyelids blinked and drooped, And bright curls nestled cn her breast. Contentment's bounty richly trooped; Sweet Innocence found loving rest. The ehimber fairies tiptoed T.ear, And all the angels stopped to hear When mother sang. Charles E. Cook, In Troy Press. HIS KEFOEMTION. BY HABOLD P. MCKEESON. Henry Dyson was alone in hia little office at the back end of Ms place of business. The hour was late, and all Lis employes had gone. Mr. Dyson was a pleasant...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 24 July 1896

ilium ill A. 0. Clomsnt EesuiBSJ Eis Observations oa tae Sugar Eeet Industry. -TIiU Year Proved a Dry One in California Less thau Kiue Inche of lift in li&vi&s Fallen la th Fui Yew-Other Polats. Chino, Cal., July 15, 1896. Editor Goodland Republic Dear S.r: The work in the beet fields is o er until harvest. 1 think when I wrcte you last that planting was about t rcru,gh.;3sinco then it has been thin ting and hoeing mostly. The cultivab le ;? is soon done, as ons can get over tun acres a day easy, but thinning and hoeing, it is a good haul that can do ezehalf acre in oae day. Tho beets &U have to be hoed once and some twice so you see it makes lots of work to take care of 6,000 acres, and that is what there is in beets on this ranch. The ajricultural manager for the sugar company thinks the crop looks well at this time and does not believe it will fall short of last year in tonnage more than a 1,000 tons, and this is a dry year here; a small fraction over eight inches of ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 31 July 1896

v- I - ! .7 VOLUME 10, GOODLAKD, KANSAS,. FRIDAY HORNING, JULY 31, 1806. I PUIS! Trwesdiggg of ths Satiosal Convsatien at St. Louis Last 'Week. RALLYING FOR SILVER. Senator iiatlt-r Chosen Temporary and Sea tor Allen Permanent Chairman The I'latforin Tliomas K. Wsison Named for Vice President. St. Louis, July 23. At 12:37 o'clock yesterday Chairman Taubeneck step ped to the front of the platform to call the national convention of the people's party to order. At . the sight of blent the Illinois delegation, which sat immediately below the platform, arose and cheered. Quiet came with the first rap of the gavel. Eev. W. L. Smith, of the Third Baptist church of this city, delivered the invocation while the 1,300 delegates stood rever ently. Mr. Taubeneck's gavel again de scended upon the conclusion of the prayer. There was some surprise when the chairman introduced Gov. Stone, of Missouri, but whatever ap prehensions might have been raised were speedily removed by the an nouncement that...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 31 July 1896

bmnblRepublfc TFJCiAL COUNTY PAPER. F. fl. STEWART, - . . Publier. - TERMS OP SUESCEIPTION. (.S9 jrsar.;.. .' $1 50 s ninths , 75 lurce months.. 40 Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts given oa extended contracts. Entered at the Postoffice at Goodl&ad, Kan. for transmission throuKii the mails, as second c;as mail mutter. FCPULISf POLITICAL CALENDAR. Jely 22, People's party national convention at tt. Louis, Mo. A-i5us4 S, People's party state convention at AbiL.no, . FtOFLE'S PARTY TICKET. . (.ontfrossiuan N. B. Ji'COBMICK, Of Philiipsburg. 'State Senator... Kaj. LEVI PEITCHAED, Of Eill City. Appellate Judge S. W. M'ELROY Of Oberlin. Of ALL, WILLIAM! "V7e are all ready and anxious to gst back to the period of 1892, vhen this country "was enjoying its highest proeperity." William OJE OF THE PROSPERITY. htw Failures, 1S92- Slli, (Bradstreet's Review of Trade.) Strikes i'b 1892..:. 1,88 (United States Labor Report.) Lcd'Giifs ia 1892- -716 . " ' (United States Labor R...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 31 July 1896

fflllfflll. !1 A Eeport That Cosgresi Kay Ee Called To getter in September. A CUBAN WAR CRISIS. Contul-General Lee Said to Have Scored Gen. Weyler for Ignoring the Rights of Americana Hoke Smith to Milt Mr. Cleveland. Wasuixgtox, July 29. Within the past 24 hours the report has been per sistently circulated that the president has already taken the preliminary steps toward convening congress id September and it is asserted that the draft of the call is in the state department Acting Secretary Kotkhill, asked this, morn in? as to the truth of the report, flatly refused to discuss the matter at all. The basis of the report is the commu nication known to have been received some, days ago from Consul-General Fitzhugh Lee upon the conduct of the Weyler campaign in Cuba. The report was taken by Secretary Olney to Gray Gables. The nature of the report can sot be ascertained except that Gen. Lee scores Weyler '. roundly, for con stantly ignoring the rights of Ameri cans and for repeated viol...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 31 July 1896

OOBBHSHI: Tki Jary ia tie Tomblia Cans Eeturaed a Verdict of Oailty. A ilotion for ft ew Trial Fiied-and Over Killed by tte Court Judgment Sus . . pnfe4 Until the November Saturday noon, the attorneys ia the Toniblin bank case had finished their arguments, tht judge had delivered his instructions and the case was with the jury. At three o'clock a verdict of guilty on four counts as accessory to receiving deposits when the bank, of which the defendant was president, was known to have been in a failing condition was returned against the defendant The information charged him with receiving, unlawfully, money on four speciSc counts, both as princi pal and as accessory. On the charge of receiving money as principal the jury declared him not guilty. A motion for a new hearing was im- ' mediately filed, but overruled. Then a suspension of judgment until the Xov- . ember term of court was asked for and granted after a sufficient bond had been filed. The verdict as found by the jury car ries...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 7 August 1896

VOLUME 10. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FlilDAY MORNING, AUGUST 7, 1890. SIX PAGES. Milium. Colorado's Junior Keuiber of the Senate Will 8apcort Sir. XcXinley. TVoltott Say the Republican Demand for Bimetallism Mtist J5e Accepted in Good Faith Democratic Gains Ditkltt- ! sou- Views Bryan's Denial. Dksvde, Col., Aug. 3. Senator Ed ward O. Wclcott has issued a signed statement outlining his position in the present campaign. Ue says the silver question is most vital, and that while recognizing that international bimetal lism is the most desirable means by which silver could be restored as a money metal, he tirmly believes the United States could restore it inde pendently of other nations. lie main tains that his position has always been, during his seven years in the senate, the same as that of the other silver senators. The financial plank of the republican platform, he says, is far from satisfactory, but he holds that the pledge for the furtherance of interna tional bimetallism must be taken in...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 7 August 1896

SooManblRepubMc OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. F. K. STEWART, - - Publisher. TERMS GF SUBSCRIPTION. One year $1 50 Six mouth 15 Three months 40 Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts given on extended contracts. Entered at the Posto.'Iice at Goodland, Ran., for transmission through the mails, as second rt&sa mail matter. PEOPLE'S PARTY TICKET. Congressman N. B. M'CORMICK, Of Phillipsburg. State Senator Haj. LEVI PRITCKAED, Of Hill City. Appellate Judge S. W. M'ELROY Of Oberlin. HOT ALLjWILUAHl "We are all ready and anxious to get back to the period of 1892, when this country was enjoying its highest prosperity." "William McKmley. SOME CF THE PROSPERITY. Business Failures, 18D2 111!,1 (Bradstreot's Review of Trade.) Strikes in 1S92 ......1,293 (United States Labor Report.) Lockouts in 1892 716 (United States Labor Reiort.) This includes Homestead where Merlon thugs shot down men, women and children, not to dwell on the butcheries of laborers at Conr de Alcne and in Tennessee...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 7 August 1896

DELIfiQUEBT TAX LIST. OFFICE OF COUNTY TBEASURER, SHERMAN' COUNTY, KANSAS. Notice is hereby given tliat so much of each tract of tbo following land, or town iota, situa ted in Sherman county, Kansas, described in the following lists, as may be necessary for that pnrpcsa, will, on the nrat Tuesday of eeptember, and the next succeeding days, be sold by m9 at public auction at my office for the taxes acd ehargoa thrreon, for the year 15f5. H. S. IlULOS.CountyTreagurer. LAND- Name of Owner Description. Sec, C. N. Walker, lot i and south half of northeast I W. F. Fanner, lot 2 and south half of northwest : B. F. Auxier, lot i and south half of northeast 2 J. V. Turner, northwest 2 Charles W. Callahan, lot I and south half of northeast 3 M. Griswold, southeast 3 E, E. judd, northeast ..... 4 W. H. Hocker, southwest'..... 4 C. C. Perdieu, southeast 4 James Forbes, southeast of northwest 5 James Forbes, west half of southwest 5 James Forbes, northeast of southwest 5 Howard Investment compan...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 7 August 1896

- , ... LAND Continued. ' Name of Owner Description. Sec. Tp Albert Martin nw 30 8 C F Eliven se , .. 30 8 . ne 31 8 A J Richeylots 1 & 2 & e 1-2 nw 31 8 BenCheUewlots3&4&ei-2gw 31 8 American Investment Co.,ne. 32 8 O P Ramsey sw 32 8 Charley Aim nw ... 33 8 George King gw 33 8 A Dalquers 34 8 H J itf acy ne 35 8 Alex Martin sw 35 8 G J Brewer nw 1 9 H E Don Carlos ne 2 9 P H Hciper gw 2 9 Thomas Kier sw 3 9 C F bliven se 3 9 Peter Baker nw 4 9 H E Eaton sw 4 9 Walter Hickiing se 4 9 W H Martin ne 5 9 TCWarene 6 9 Alice Kearns lots 1 & 1 & s & 8 R. e nw 6 M j Ware lots 6 & 7 .. e 1-2 gw 6 J S Mileg nw 7 W H Proctor sw 7 John Wall ne 8 C S Magre sw 8 Gaorge Biggerslaft nw 9 A J Atherton sw 9 A S Ambler ne 10 John Kier nw 10 G W Hottie se 10 C J Joh J WB2 olinson nw 11 Barr se J2 W J Smith ne J SBan se J Gerard ge . A S Ambler ne . Unknown sw C F Bliven gw Thomas Collier ne Mrs E C Case nw J O Phelps jr. ne Adam Meyer nw G P Kingsley ne Alex Braxton nw ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 7 August 1896

LOTS-Continued. LOTS Continued. 1 1 biii 1 1 v 4, r 4w. LOTS- Continued. Namaof Owner Description. Lot. Bl'k. KhArmiin en. Dvt. ret. second Ad dition to Goodlacd 16 J7 is 19 26 1 26 26 26 6 26 26 26 26 J 2?i L. A. Jackson 2( V) 27I 27 1 27 27 27 29 29 ' 29 29 I 29 J 31 3' 31 31 31 31 31 31 32 32 ll 33 33 33 33 33 f 33 C 33 I K. S. Rulon L. A. Jackson Sherman Co. Dvt. co. J. C. Harlan L. A. Jackson H. C. Klciuschmidt K. M. Haller H. c. Kleinschniidt Lyda McDowell L. A. Jackson Sherman to. Dvt. to. Jane Smith Exchange Bank H. c. Kleinschmidt Sherman Co. Dvt. Co. J. B. Allabaek Sherman co. Dvt. Co. ' Mrs. Hala Gardner Sherman Co. Dvt. Co. H. C. Kleinschmidt W.c. McPherson L. A. Jackson H c Kleinschniidt Sherman co Dvt co Ellen coffin 33 34 I 34 34 34 I 35 ( 35 f 35 ' 35 35 35 35 36 I 36 f 37 37 37 37 37 3 39) 39$ 39 39 39 39 40 4 40 41 41 41 4 43 42 43 42 Elizabeth case J M Poif Jessie W Goodell J S Rhodes H c Kleinschmidt R M Kiefer L A Jackson Frank O Gardner Exchange Bank Walter Eds...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 7 August 1896

mm 6 1 ii. .iremely Low Prices of Farm Products Frcving Disastrous. Xiie C'irst of Production Kot JSeiaj Keal icd Oat of tii'.a Yeir's Tropj Fruit . 15e-n F. d to Hogs and Po. tatoes Lft L'udcg-. The pre-ent business depression af fects every branch of industry, but the iscltering of discontent are -heard on every hand in greater volume than from te farming classes. But how goes it with the farmer? The low pjice of farm products is an alarming feature cf the agricultural situation in the west. Wheat bring3 but 15 cents per bushel in Goodland, yet the state agricultural department puts the cost cf pro'duction at .30 cents. In the Missouri river valley oats are quoted at from 2 to 6 cents per bushel, and many thousands of acres were left uncut by the owners rather than risk a loss by harvesting them. In the eastern portion of Nebraska, Kansas and practically all of Missouri, apples are cot worth the trouble of picking, and hogs are turned into the orchards to feed upon the fruit that ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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