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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 18 July 1878

f§«w* €0 Siaosmpt RATES OF ADVERTISING. Kiihith Column, one year nk Quarter onkUALP *4 USK $ 10 .00 30.00 50.00 90.00 il I'nusrtMwloiial per Cauls ot live lines or less, five dollars \»:u\ Kilitorial notices, intended as adver useinents, twelve aud one-halt cents per line Legal notices at the rates prescribed by law. All transient advertisements to be paid 11 advauue. for POLITICAL. riiii Miatrlct oiuinattoii. The Kopultlicau nominating convention assembled iic Minneapolis, Jnly 10th. All ot the thirty-three counties, compris­ ing the Pistriet, were represented. Hon. Ktnitc Nelson, of Douglas county, was hainvKUi and Hon. Daniel Fisk, of Wright county, ami Charles W. Johnson, m" Hennepin county, secretaries. The action ot" the District committee in appor­ tioning delegates was revised, adopting the republican vote ot" 1^77 instead of that of ISTtl as the basis of representation. This gave Hennepin 10 delegates and Kamsey 10. No other name than that of W. i. Washburn, ot Minneapolis,...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 18 July 1878

J. N. WHEELER, EDITOR. THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 18th, 1878. JUDGING from the way the Potter com­ mittee witnesses came on, the idea is gaining ground that the devil is from Louisiana. ENGLAND and Russia have done as Th. Nast predicted in his picture, divided tho Turkey up between them and left mighty little for the vultures. THE last Charlie Ross has been found In Italy, playing the accordeon in com­ pany with some strolling musicians. If he plays that instrument we hope ho will stay there. ONE more uniortunate young woman shot, either for fooling arouud with a man other than her husband, or because her husband was jealous. His name is Stevens, and he awaits fate at the hands of Chicago courts. FKENCH laborers and tradesmen receive lrann twenty-niuc cents to one dollar and a half per day. In Scotland wages are a little higher but the cost of living is a little higher. As yet the American la borer has the best prospects of any. HORACE WHITE thinks that Tildeu "as a President would have...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 18 July 1878

THURSDAY MORNING,-JULY 18th, 1878. LOCAL MASTERS. "WAKSI, Isn't it?" you.!' "Pretty liot, I tl:a»k CAI.L, at Taylor & Ball's, UUIL ask Wult sibout ruts. He will explain. IF you want a cool, refreshing breeze, steg into Taylor & Bail's store. Ico-watei free. THK recent rains have made the river very high, and the swimmers have a high old time. TUE il cs* lire's. arc selling tickets for tha Hesperian concert, Monday Even­ ing, 20*1. Reserved seats, 35 cents. IF the hot weather coatlnit^' much longer, .wo shall.open a recruiting otUoj for volunteers to a polar expedition. "THE Old Polks at LLOMU" will be rendered by Mrs. Katie luelc, of the Hes­ perian-troape, ou Monday evening, 22i1. REV. li. A. SITADICK, of Clinton Falls, will preach at the Baptist cliurch. iu this, city, next Sun lay, morning and even ius. JOHN COOK says tliatthc result of the impeaebment proceedings, Is forcing up­ on him the conviction that he hnsu*t much power in prayer. IN Poland when people meet, they s...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 18 July 1878

Thursday morning, julynib, im. •miOHIW TAX UIT, 1S77. QTATE OF MINNESOTA. COUN OfTOIXOWUrHi. DlalrtotOout, Tenth Jedielal Dlatriot. TIm State tf Mlaaeoeta, to all peraona, wpwtw wmiowUm, km ibia U| eataie, il|ktt title it iatereet la, elaiaa to, ar Uta vpN, aay of tktimnl fiitol »r yareala aflaad lathe llsl hmto alUtM. ill I •mnvvii Hi lit 1 tun aad muMIm ml m. tote fit to# oeaaty, Tomalaiag doliaqueat oa thedrat day of Jaaa* 1878, has km IM la tk* iflw it tk* Clerk of the DltWti Coart, of to* «nt7el Mm, of whloh thathereto attached ia a oopy. Therefore, too, aad noh of lot, ktnby nqiM to ftlo la the o&oe etaaid elerk withla tvnqr lava after the lastpahlleatloa«f thla your ana w« la writing, aottlng farth any objection or defease y»a may haro to tki tun aad pea altiee, or aay part thereof, upon aay p'.ece •r parcel af lead, deoerlbod la said Hit, is, to, av am which jh claim aaj eatate, right, UUa, latereat, elaim ar Ilea. Aad la dofcalt thereof, jadgmeat will ha •stored agalaet...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 25 July 1878

•5t*£H ourer #0 ftaBsrtipl BATES OF ADVERTI8IHG. Own RIGHTS Column, one, year Ow» QOABTBE OSB HALF One $10 00 30.00 60.00 90.00 Cards of five liues or less, live dollars per year. Editorial notices, intended as adver­ tisements, twelve and one-halt cents per line Legal notices at the rates prescribed by All transient advertisements to be paid for advance. THE WEEK. NEWS OF rnallftfeOratu Starke*. The Mark Laue Ezpress says wheat cars in certain districts is complained as puny compared with the luxuriant growth of th4 rest of the plant, ant) not weo filled witi* grain, although the dry atmosphere and* sun­ shine have done wonders in improving the prospects of the crop. In Scotland the weath­ er has been seasonable, and the cereal crop is maturing satisfactorily. Barley does not seeui to have sustained so much injury as in Englaud. Oats are sadly thinned by grubs. Similar advices have been received from Ire­ land, but it is very disheartening to find that disease lias broken out in po...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 25 July 1878

WM J. N. WHEELER, EDITOR. THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 25th, 1378. TIIKKE will be an eclipse of the sun July 29th. There is a great demand for reserved seals. IF we were prairie chickens we would go west, for the time of the slaughter of the innocents is at hand. BISIIOP WUITTLK of Virginia, reftises to administer the right of baptism to those who persist in rouud dancing. A BUBPBISINQLY large wheat crop in Indiana has been garnered and threshed, and is selling for eeveaty-flve cents. WE have lately had receptions and lawn festivals and pow wows and sich. Next in order will be a "neck-tie social." MAS never is, but always to be blest nnd so the heated term ended in Chicago with squalls disastrous to shipping. ON Sept. 3d, the Prohibitionists of Minnesota will go through the lorm of nominating a state ticket at Waseca. All hail Pat Childs. ONE hundred and fifty cases of sun­ stroke occurred in St. Louis in one day last week, fully one-third of them prov ing fatal. NEXT Monday's eclipse pos...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 25 July 1878

THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 18th, 18T8. Railroad Time-Tables. CH1CAOO, MILWAUXXX AMD ST. PAUL. (roiiiff North. 1:10 P.M. ar. 1:35 P.M. de. Going East. Day Mail aiul Passenger j- '.jjj ae." si'ii St. Louia Night Express j- 3.30 A.M. ar. 11:50 P.M. »r. A .M. de. 13:02 A.M. de. Mason City Mail and Pass, 11:15 A.M. U. 11:86 A.M. de. SOVTHKBS MINNESOTA. Going Bast. Pasunger and Mail (Uamaey) 10:40 A.M. Freight 1:50 P.M. Going We»t 1:45 P.M 6:10 PJC py j. Strouji's Omnibuses run between Kam »\v and Austin in connection with all passenger traiui. LOCAL MATTERS. IN another column will Odd Fellows card. bo found the CORN in this vicinity is just a whoop­ ing. So says the farmer.] THK new sign on the First National Bank was painted by Mr. Ervin. PRESENT thy bills to the county bard new in session, and get thy quietus. AVK have an excellent potato crop this year aad a fair price tor the healthful tuber. TIIE fences and trees in and around the mill pond, are draped in weeds, from the late freshet. R...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 25 July 1878

1 Lli. ,i 1 The clock strikes ton: its warning sound _ReyrovesmyJonpfdelay ITQW scenes where bliss It found ^Wmira^wisto to hast away? I And who would stop to count the hours Where every path ia ^tre wed with flowers. And beautious prospects charm the sight! Forogive my fault! QQo&night! gooa-night!. And 0! if other words than thcso & A^wsfriner wi$h convey,, ,• twirl the welcome pjiratewoald sleze, I*s feelings to portray Whatever comfort nature knows, Whatever blessiupra Heaven bestows, these thy pqacoful heart lavlto To eonstant-joy.. Qoottnigul good-niKht! Sweet and refreshing he thy sleep, And ail thy visions blest An if els their watchful guard shall keep, Nor evils darq piolest. •.. And ia the sUunt.raldhigbt hour,' When fancy with her magic powor Paints distant forms in colors bright, Remember me. Good-night! gpod night!. A Lover's Mistake. John Lorrimer believed it a sad day for himself when Mr. Strathlcy came to Ford to lo"k after the mill, which had lately fallen ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 25 July 1878

.1 Oood-Mglit. The clock strikes tou: its warning sound Reproves my loiip delay Yet who from scenes where bliss is found Would -wish to hast away? And who would stop to count the hours Where every path is strewed with flowers. And bcautious prospects charm the sight! Foregive my fault! Good-night! gooa-niglit! Aud 0! if other words than these A warmer wish eouvey, My heart the weleouve phrase would sieze, I's feelings to portray Whatever comfort nature kuows, Whatever hlessiuprs Heaven bestows, Mav these thy peaceful heart Invito To eoustantjoy. Good-uic Ut! ifood-night'. Sweet and refreshing be tliv sleep. And all thy visions blest! Ausrels their watchful i^uard shall keep. Nor evils dare uiolest. Aud iu the silent midnight hour, iVheii fancy with her music power Paints distant forms in colors bright, Remember me. Good night! good night! A Lover's Mistake. John Lorrimer believed it a sad day for himself when Mr. Strathiey came to Ford to lo'ik after the mill, which had lately falle...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 1 August 1878

*NK KU UTH -r1- t. ffjtoMM (To ©wnsmjrt _. .„_ JL'_ RATES OF ADVERTISING. VI '4 ^f.VJc Cohftaiv, dnVyfeaf XK Ql'AKTKK OXK liAI.F OXK 4 K-.T ..... F+ Cards of live lines'or less, live dollars per year. Editorial notices, intended as adver­ tisements, twelve and one-halt cents per line Legal notices at the rates prescribed l»v law. All transput advertisements to be -paid for advance. NKY8 OF THE WEEK, I'rops and Markrln. The Shirk Lane Express, savs: Crops are vipcuiu« ray idly under t$e h|iUiumt sui^ sLinc. A ci'Mtinuam-e of jye$tUpr ure now experiencing will go far to repair injury ly prolonged floods in May, except where rain is needed. But to judge from the -.icily tilled yheut heads which are to be seen in many parts of the country, the yield in these districts will scarcely come up to the average. Wheat euttiuir may be expected to commence this week in the early districts, provided the weather continues seasonable. The barley fields present a bleached and un­ healthy appearance....

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 1 August 1878

RATES OF ADVERTISING. ONE EIGHTH-661 OXE QUARTKK ONB Haij ONK 30.00 60.00 Cards of five' year. Editorial notices, intended as adver­ tisements, twelve and one-half cents per line five dollars pfer Legal notioes at the rates prescribed by lair. All iranafottt luivftrtiBttinnnta tft lift paid for advance.* NEWS OF THE WEEK. Yorelgw «"roy» and HMk«U. The Mark Laue Expre&i. saxs: .Crop] are ripeuin- rayidly under tie biillinit ctm| shine. A continuance of |tyc]§. &^t^rj^.wi are now experiencing will go far to repair injury by prolonged floods in May, except where ruin is needed. But to judge from the naly tilled ^heat heads which are to be seen in many parts of the country, the yield in these districts will scarcely come up to the average. Wheat cutting may be expected to vominence this week in the early districts, provided the weather continues seasonable. The barley fields preseut a bleached and un­ healthy appearance. Agricultural reports from Scotland tire satisfactory."' Ba...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 1 August 1878

|§0WtKB)o®van$((i)it J. N. WHEELER, EDITOR. THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, 1878. Ws meant to say it before ami can re­ frain DO longor. The Mitchell County News is a pretty good paper. SAYS an exchange: "A tack points heavenward wheu it means the most mischief," and so many a hollow hypo­ crite when he would do some dastardly deed, prates most about piety. MINNESOTA, will elect three Republi­ can Congressmen this year, just as it has been doing, and just as it will continue doing until the State isredistricted, when it will elect four.—St. Cloud Journal Press. TUE Standard, the Baptist organ of Chicago, claims that an editor, like other people, should have a couple of weeks of re*t duriug the hot months of the year, ami announces "No paper next week." That may do for a religious man, but poor secular scribblers must sweat it out. Tim Le Hoy Independent says:— The greenback party is only a satellite thrown from the body politic by its liet erogenerous qualities and eccentric, cor­ rupt ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 1 August 1878

mm Mt attempt THURSDAY MORNING. AUGUST 1, 1878. Railroad Tima-Tablas. CHICAGO, VILWACXXX AID ST. VAUL. Going JCaat. doing 1forth. 10:57 A.M. ar. 1:10 P.M.*r. Day Mail wul Passenger !H) A.JJ.(to. 1 :SK P.M. b 8:*l A.M. ar. It :50 r.M.ar. St. Loui* Night Kxproaa j- a ||_ i*:03 A.M. da. Mauon ty Mail anil PMI.11U5A.M. »r. 11:35 A.M.do. SOUTKKBM MIHMMOTA. Gol*i AUl. Passenger and Mail (Ramsey) 10 :-W A.M. Freight 1:50 P.M. 1 Going HM 1:45 P.M 6:10 P.M j. \y. StronK1* ^^mnibuse8 ™B betw**n ®Mtt* ley Austin iu connection with all pawnger train*. LOCAL MATTERS. MR. W. W. VAUGUAN'S post office at Lausiug has been made a money-order office. THK Le Hoy Independent gave a good account of tlie anti-Page de ouatration o- two weeks ago. DANIEL MCTAVISII has been appointed postmaster at Rose Creek in pluce of John A. Priest resigned. THE Congregational sociable will be held on Friday evening at Mrs. C. L. West's. The public are invited to attend. OCK barbers now cut hair on what we would call the ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 1 August 1878

HOVM' y^li FARM. Jt »J |K«t«tt«C*to|Hi«r*t»M B««u». A t^iTr J^k^Als that of acres ef potatoes will, tiupyjiUP, abandoned Mid "ploughed Uip-M for wh»t,,i,(f .,, fallow The judicious planter in lil gecHons where the unwefcome sight of lively bugs appear on every furrow turned over, will Plant only •"uthful wfctcft over for, no xflattot by wn« mode of destruction he meets the enemy, prompt and repeated action is qalled for toes were not grown the previous season ne will also bear in oiiivi !tU#t}th»tctficler leaved varieties aro most affccteil by the at especially when grown in the same field with tho more tender varieties, which at­ tract the greatest proportion 'of. pests. The booties that issued from the ground early, giving promise that this pest whs likely to prove as troublesome this season as laatv sent anxious inquiries .ill over the country, and havo filled the columns of agricultural journals with multitudinous preventives and destroying agencies ag&ifrst these industriou...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 1 August 1878

aKWWBwK.-q*, •, •••v, ..,-y ••«. HO¥lSE AND FARM. flow to |lrfi tka Colorado Potato HrrUr. A irom-i-jH beliel prevails that thousands ot ni res «t' potatoes will, this year, be abandoned' and ploughed up as fallow for whoat. The judicious planter in all sections where the unwelcome shjht of lively bugs appear on every furrow turned over, will plant only as hi lie around as he can kqep "lithful watcft hverfor, no matter by wliat r.unle of destruction he meets the enemy, rompt and repeated action is called tor When possibly, .the judicious fanaer will lso plant neighborhoods where pota­ toes were not grown the previous season ue will also bear iumind that tho tender leaved varieties are most affected by the beetle, while the l'eaeh Blow, Karly iiose, and the like, ljave comparitive immunity', especially when grown in the same field with the more tender varieties, which at­ tract the greatest proportion of pests. The beetles that issued from the ground early, giviug promise that this p...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 8 August 1878

oivrr (ffl^tauQcripi HATES OF ADVERTISING. OSB FIOHTH Column, one year OSE QUARTKB 0»K tiALF 05B devrid $ 10 00 30.00 50.00 90.00 Cards of five lines or leas, five dollars per year. Editorial notices, intended as adver­ tisements, twelve and one-liall cents per line Legal notices at the rates prescribed by law. All transient advertisements to be paid for a advance. NRWS OF THE WEEK/ lu|U»b Uraln Jlarkct*. Tho Mark Lane Express says: Wheat cutting is now becoming general, and, judg­ ing from recent agricultural advices, wheat has imnroved wonderfully in many parts of the country. The sunshine has repaired the injury caused by t*ie rainfall of May to an looked for extent, excepting in district* the drought was severe, causing of auy special feature but Pj"icef:. are well maiutaiued considering the ^OXimity of the harvest. There an under current of steadiuess observable and the opin­ ion generally obtaius that whether bought for consumption or speculation, wheat at present prices canno...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 8 August 1878

|^0wet€a®**n$mpt J. N. WHBBLSR, EDITOR. THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 8,1S7S. Sixes in Mississippi a man can't law­ fully marry his daughter-in-law, two lovua thus related, came to Cairo, in the accommodating state of Illinois, and were made one. Tn Northfield committee who hired Beecher lost abont $60 on the business. At Albert Lea, the men who secured Beecher his lecture fee, followed the bi­ blical plan and smarted for it. THE Democratic State Convention re­ quest President Hayes to grant amnesty to illicit distillers and that too, after re­ fusing to give them up to the United States courts. They need a little antt mollification treatment down there. Wade Hampton is a good man but even his re­ putation cannot stand such a weight of bracen cheek as that. Tn Le Roy Independent has made a change on its first page in place of "G. L. Bailey, Managing Editor," we find "C B. Kennedy, Editor, Publisher and Pro­ prietor." That's business. That sounds as though Bro. Kennedy was "at home," and ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 8 August 1878

THURSDAY MORNING* AUGUST 8, 1878. Railroad Time-Tables. CHICAGO, MILWACKKK A*DST. TAUL. (bring Satt.' Going North. l0-&7 A ir. 1:10 P.M. ar. 11 'dOAiH.de. 1:35 *.m. tie. 3**L A.M. AT. 11:90 ?JJ. AR 3:30 A.M. le. 19:08 A.M. de. Mason City MAIIand PAW.11:15 A.M. W. 11:85 A.M. do BOUTHKBN MmUMOT^ Ooimg Scut. Punngar and Mail (Ramsey) 10:40 A.M. Freight 1:50 P.M. Going We*t. 1:45 P.M. tt :10 P.M J. \V. Strong's Omnibuses run between Ram­ sey and Austin in connection with all paaaenger train*. REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. A delegate convention of the Republicans of Mower county is hereby called to meet in the village of Taopi, ON FRIDAY, AUGUST 80,1878, at 1 o'clock P.M., for the purpose of electing four del­ egates to represent the State convention, which is to be held at St. Paul, on Wednesday, September 4,1878, to pnt in nomination candidates tor the offices of Judge of Supreme Court, Cleric Supreme Court, and State Aud.U*. Each of the several voting precincts of the county will be enti...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 8 August 1878

A few drops of ammonia on a sponge cleans a window equal to crystal. Tea.—Tea is best made in an earthen­ ware tea pot, which should be kept dry, for if allowed to remain damp after use it becomes musty, JThe water should al* w«j| iaiCwtten^thT tea ts auded: Teals not wholesome when taken on an empty stomach. Bacon Lhtmpiinqt*—C\it slices of cold bacon, pepper them roll out crust9 as for apple dumplings slice some potatoes -very thin, and put them in the crust with the meat close them up, and let them bqlLlMt for an hour: when done take tlftm out with a ladle. Boiled Indian Pudding,—Take one pint of buttermilk, two eggs, one tea spoonful of soda, one half cup of flour, one teacupful of fruit, and Indian-meal sufficient to make as stiff as griddle cakes tieina bag, put into a kettle of water and boil foi £hret hoars.) .. Sponge Cake.—Ofee c|pjf sugar, three eggs one tablespwntul of butter three tablespoonsful of sweet milk one scant teaspoonral of soda and two of cream-of tartar one ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 15 August 1878

BATES OF ADVERTISING.* OXB FionTn Column, oue year ONE QI'.-UVTBK OMR llALP .1" 05K___' "C Carda of five lines or less, five dollars per ear. Editorial notices, intended as adver­ tisements, twelve and'one-lmlf cents p©r link Legal notices at the rates prescribed by law. All transient advertisements to be paid for advance. l" NEWSOFTHE WEEK Jlurk Lan« Review. The Mark Lane Express, in review of the British corn trade the past week, says: Wheat cutting has commenced a week earlier this stason than last year, thanks to the weather. In spite of complaints of biight and defective ears, the advicqs in fhe main ate sat­ isfactory, and unless the|e shftuldthe aniinex expcctcd ck tlcicn itte ^ciopf WillA Be fair' avenisre one—th..t is, about thirty bushels to the tie re. Barley has improved a little, owing to recent showers, and where early sown on good mixed soil the crop promises fairly well but in the eastern counties especially the grain has suffered much from bliirht and pre­ mature ri...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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