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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 21 March 1907

SB D. L. WILLIAMS, THE DENTIST. Ollico in corner rooms on second lioorover First National Sank, Versailles, Mo. l'tnmpt service and first-class work to all pitrons. l'liuac 37. 45prlngfleld, Mo. Mwch ma, imi. lion. W. W. Kinloch, Versailles, Mo. year Sir: Ijrcceived a sample copy of 'the MH'UCMOAN, fttul I must say you nre g vine; thoic people a ooi -paper, anil Jroin the way your merchants are adver t.kit), 1 heliee they appreciate it. Uuclo'-eil you will find Jl yo. This is for the I'Hir-tit.ic'AN Keep her slipping down this way. Miy, Mi . editor, I did not know hut what j ou and vour iiutiierotiH readers unht like a m 1 1 1 n 1 1 shot from our part of the wild and wooly wet we've got lots of them, hut don't know whether I can Kct them in or not You know some times a fellow butts tiht up agnusi an editor, and sometimes he is composed of a kind of materi.il that has fi;ht in it, or mi awful hitf waste basket that is right m handy. y.'e have been having .some awful times lowii here,...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 21 March 1907

lYiorBan Valium v SECTION TWO 4 . . J , . 4 : debts, of emu xc Homo complications, and then ynuiiK C'liiirlton nuiitu another mis take -tin; crownhiK 11111:, When li I H fur tuni'H wcro at their lowest chb lie inur rli'd hid own model. Tho elder t.'liarltoii when h heard of tlilB ntp promptly tttopped the nlltiwuiicu und cut his sou'H llllllll! out of lll.i will. After this no it of thitiK !hM lircn (,'clni: 011 for n couple of years, I 'Imrltoii, who li.id been Ill'St 11111 II nt till! wcdillns of the AuioryH, w o n I out to their mcd est Utile eottHKe ut Hnirlioro, nml scmicd to lit! In it most depressed n 11 d h o m li e r mood. Hut, If nil that, wns reported was true, she found tin temptations to lend n. fret! mill easy life too Krrnt to over come. Cluirllon wns Hiked to Ion to hla studio. ' where Jit) lintl dlllleulty to meet the rent, nml nil on ntrount of Hip visits tmld Mm hy n hols ti'lous wife. ')' h u t uilh'lit blue liven en durtil, hut Hie ninrrlni;c Itself wns mi nt ii...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 21 March 1907

W. C. T. U. Column. n I Wll I IAM.Q. I v 1 f 'v j i' H 1 Ml i t t Kate Elmore, Leading Lady rpw Hoot sprang to her feel and ran lo Miss Klmoro's rinlfitiifn-. Tlio poor girl, who had been standing up us she spoke, lull suddenly tottered. Hoki wns only Ji:st In time lo catch Iiit In bcr arms and lo prevent her falling to llio ground. "It Ii nothing," gasped llio Klrl tu Itoso helped her to the sofa. "I mil not well, urn tlil.i atixhty and suspense has hai. -Oil, iny heart'" Tliu young uctrcsn put tier band to Iiit heart wltli a cry of pain. Hur faco nun livid, her llpi were blue. In nnothcr sec ond the fell buck upon the sofa, sense less. Itosc rang tlio bell for the servant and told licr lo fetch n doctor at once; tlien she tried to forte the poor girl's Hps open nnd give ber some brandy. Bho wan ter ribly ularmcd nt her appearance, nnd won dered what the could do If the Illness was serious. When tlio doctor carno ho shook IiIh head. "8ho must bo put to bed nt once," ho nald. "I wil...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 21 March 1907

Thomas A. Edison, the Inventor THE WIZARD OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY 1 SIXTY year nun Uila mnnlh, when Thomas Alva IMIson was liurti In u little house In Milan, (llilu, hardly inuro than n hamlet, the world thought that It waa moving along at n pretty rapid pace. It thought that It knew a great deal ; that Its constructive force waa an potent nothing more need bo deslrsd. Hut today, a the world stand and looka back through tbose sixty years It realize that the nuclcua of Ita constructive force mid IIk bralim hardly Imd Its beginning un til the day the, Infant lldlsoii, a healthy, Vigorous, h 1 1 1 (i 1 1 1 1 1 u youngster, was Intru iluci'd to Milan aoclcty. Klnec that day Tbomaa A. IMIsou but intilrlhtili'd more tban any living mau to the advancement of the human race. Mil llona upon million of dollar arc employed In enlerprlKeM made possible by hi genius and Industry and bandrcds of t IioiikuikIh of men nro employed by those cntcrprlseH which we might Trevor have known bail It not b...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 21 March 1907

i. . )t..w ALL AROUND THE FARM Conducted by S. C. Hulz . NOTES ON ORCHARD WORK c BEANS AND PEAS TO PLANT Wj, TKN HVK, of tin Kansas Htn tlon has made mine vnlijable test of various field crops ami his results show that ntiioiiK Hi" millets German ranked first In the yield nf hay and seed, the largest yields t-ltiK H.O tons of liny mid 2(".2 btjNliflH nf ncl per acre. Hlberlan millet ranked trrond. The following vnrlctlis of soy licnni nro mentioned n- yielding mum than l.'l bush els per aire: Yillnw, Small Ytllow, Ito Knn, Knrly Yellow, (Ircin Hnmnrow, nnc Knrly llrnwti, of whlih II" Han niu! tho Yellow v'mletles "I"' Hi" most productive. The Itn Knn and Kaily Yellow runk high In enrllnc. ., Of 31 vnrlillis of fowpcas grown. New lira gave the liirgol l' Id. 11." tttt-lH per acre, nnd h vi Nil varieties gave mi iiveing.. ylfl'l "' -r' (lly ''"''t1' !"r nir-. Colemnii, llurly Amber, Knii-as mi I'harlii" sntghum gave n.ulls. Col man innk'.l lit. In tni'duttlnn, with a ylild of lnr.r. l...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 21 March 1907

,4 ur. wUiTB rrce aye ana car jdoos iciibj ox a raeinoa by which people from every state in the Union as well as Canada were cured of Chronic Eye ana Ear Troubles at their own homes by Mild Medi cines. Most of these cases had been pronounced i incurable by other doctors, but they wrote for , tiiis book, followed its advice, and today are cured. Tells how all diseases and defects of he Eye. such as Pailine Eyesight, Cataract, Granu lated Lids, Scums. Sore Eyes, etc., may be successfully treated by the patients in their own 1 homes. No necessity of seeing a doctor and absolutely no interference with their dally duties." This book, written by Dr. F. G. Cutis, the fame as Eye and Ear Specialist, tells how deaf: people, except .those born deaf, may be restored to perfect he&r ing. Tells how to quickly relieve and cure Die stressing Head Noises, Ringing and Buzzing in , the Ears, Discharging Ears and Catarrh (which I causes most cases of deafness). This book tells all about the Mild M...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 21 March 1907

vr A jjTaittfy Work fojJi.? Hand jjf K description or CROcnnr stitchus Chain (Ui,)! A uric of ntllrlmM (! ) or loop, each drawn wlKi tlio liook through loop irrrccdlng. . ... , Hllp-n,tltcti (ui. kt ) : Drop tho nlltrh nn Hid hook; tak up the "ii" It In de.!-lrd to Join etui druw tin- dropped Mitch Hiintigb. I filH la lined ah 71 funti'tiiT, or Joining ntllih, where rloMi work In wantid Slliglo crifhrt (hi)! (laving n Mitch on lli'i needle, put hook through work, take up tlio thrrail Mi'lMlr.'fv It through lln- work Hint tlio ntllch ti tin in"llent the nnmis luio. 'flbln I" noliiitlhie't called "clnm-chaln Mitch." Double crochet d : Having ;i MlUh mi tlio m-idle (an will hi' inna-uMnod In fol lowing ilinnfHonn), put hook through tho work, draw tin- ton ml through, take up I lili, niiii ilrnw It iIiioukIi tli'- two Mltchm uii tlm needle. rreblo i rotliit (1 i ) ; Thread over ii"-111- um II to msiki ii ditch, liook through work, tlir'inl owr awl draw through, muk 10)! three Htllilim n...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 21 March 1907

b1 3. i Lilt I. MARK STILES' SECRET Continued from fate i. (ret. her eycH like burning coats, her grnap light and Arm upon tliu glrl't arm. "You huvu comn from lilm," stie gasped. "Ah I I knew I knew ho would send. Tell mc do not keep mo In suspense what did be wild mo?" "This I" And the hands wero unclasped, nnd something 'mall and widen put Into I'edoro's band. "And I was to nay. It wan (or your sakn ho In now a wanderer upon the faco of tho earth." Fedoro looked down upon tho tiny trinket lylnft upon her lap. It wan tho locket bo alwayu worn attached to bin watcbchaln. With trembllnK fingers Mia opened It. Tbure wan a tiny portrait of herself, Ho bad asked her for It one day when they were toKetbcr In tho country. TIiIh U bow ha had treasured It I Ab, If only aba could read his message an easily on she read the locket I "Kor my sake for my aake bo Is a wanderer 1 Wha docs It moan?" tfbo looked vacantly at her visitor. Clara'a fucu flushed and her lip quivered. "It you will hear u...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 21 March 1907

m utr"" ," Vf"""'- 1 Tru No PiactUkt Homo Be It Ever So Humble. Joy Rules Where Hearts Are Happy Is your homo nttmrllvo to you? Or do you simply live there bocauso It's junt plain bouse? Home Id only whnt you make It. Jf It's dull It's because you may be weary. If lf numiy It's because you are sunny. If It's dull there I nn offer for you that will bring sunshine Into every corner f It. If It's tunny now you can mako It n hundred times more Attractive. The great TTdlson phonograph makes n palace out of the humblest home, Just nn It wakes the A btU'illtlb KiSILl Onocr. grandest home a place of tbo ntrongeat Bttrnctloa. And the Edison phonograph distributor! ore making nucIi n suiprllngly liberal offer that the best IMIson machines are now within the reach of nil. If you are tired this wonderful Instru mailt rests you. If you nru seeking pleas- urc Itu melodies will five you a world of delimit. If true refinement In desired the IMIson elves you the lienellt of the highest culture rent ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 28 March 1907

Morgan County Republican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. L Eighth Year. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, March 28, 1907.' No. 13. REMOVING SALE! QT AAA Twenty-live Thousand Dollars' Worth Q AAA rJ,UW Qf Up.to-date Merchandise, AT YOUR MERCY. J,WVyW f I T O new Store Building' is being' " KJ lY fast completed, and we will soon be compelled to undertake the large task of moving. In order to avoid part of this work we Have decided to place our en tire Stock of Spring, Summer, and also Fall Goods, at prices wnicn will be of great service to us in disposing of Thousands of Dollars worth of Merchandise in the next few weeks. See the Elegant Dress Goods, of the Latest Styles, we are selling at ,5Qc. per yd. and up. India Linens, Nainsooks and Dimities at less than Wholesale Prices. t Wash Goods of all kinds at prices less than the Manufacturers can produce them. Our stock of Clothing is at your mercy Better come and see what we can do for you be...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 28 March 1907

Morgan County. Republican. W. W. KINLOCrl, Publisher. VERSAILLES, MISSOURI. Scientists have found microbes in snowballs. I Soil boiuio lining In tba flllUlC. A Chleaj.y Judge Is about to mako It almost impossible to secure a jury In tliat city by barring topers from service. A .St. Louis man throws away gold to save IiIh life. Many Hhortcn their cnrthly cilslonce by profligate spend ing. In lcv of recent wrecks this inter r.talo connnoiee r.'ointiilHHion will re Ht.'iil tho assertion that it Ih running till) inUro-ids. Lots or states now are enacting two cent patwngor i ate legislation, but still tlich! arc ii'oile wbo regret tbe vanished passes. Count John A. Cielghton, who died at his home, In Omaha, was count or the Holy Empire and papal kiibiht of St. Gregory, and was ilio 'bird American to receive the tltl. of count, which was contorted upon him by I'ope l.co XIII. on De cember 0, Hi9l, in iccogultlnu of bin benefactions to Crelghtoii university, Omaha. Tin' ilclii'.st man In t...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 28 March 1907

New Missouri Laws Hare Are the Laws, In Brief, That Were Passed at the Recent Session of the Missouri Legislature: HKNATB H1M.8. Committee) HUbxtltutc: Fixing pnBHon erger rates on main lines of rnllwnyH nt 2 cents per lnllc, nnd on tiratich lim-n nml Independent 1 1 1 'M not exceeding forty-live miles In length 4 ochIh per mlb'. Senator Kinney: I'rolilliltlnK tlio on Iiloyini'iit of chllilien umliT 14 years of nge at tiny gainful occupation. Hcnutnr Mi'lMVliI; Fixing the pay of court stenographers In counties of lens than 4.'i,iiuu Inhabitants. Hcnntnr I'reridergiiHls Increasing thn police force of Ht. 1 . hi In to 1, 4T.il men and t'M I n I 1 Inhl HU the t ll r';-JI;i t ixitl system, Hcuntor I-'iclris: 1'rovhlliig for a general Ktnt'i tirlnniry on tin; first Tuemliiy In Au gust of i-fii'li lection yriir In this Mate. Senator (lardiicr: Kmpuwcrlng tint coun ty court of Ht, IxjuIh county to Issue IiiiIIiIIiik pcirnlts. Senator Cooper: Maximum freight rntu luw, Senator (Jardncr: Milk...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 28 March 1907

n The Republican, (Surreor to TlIK DUMOCK AT.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. Shtr-rcd in the I'ot ?lftcc at Versailles, Missouri nr. serriml cIrm tunil matter. iiIi-k nption fries, fl.OO a Year. 'Phsn No. 135. ti is probable that the "spring rlrnn-up" of our rityjivill flf over for lie action of the new officials. It is rxwihlc that the very eirrty spring a cat her took the city officials by sur iriw. and 'aught thcrn unprepared 'or the work. Thutthe city needs a f-leaii-up," in more ways than one, t. '.clf-evident. Htart the good work April 2nv, arid do it thoroughly. I ur the htnifit of the school chil Im ii of U'cstlawn a good substantial Milewaik should be built on the west -.id of (ireendtreet, from-Maplc Ave nic to r'islivr street. During the suiter months when the streets arc ud, and that is r.e.irly all winter, the luldren of Westlawn are compelled . i oine iy way of the public square, tour bloi.ksi otit of the way, to go to ( ,'im. Mih an improvement would ' n.ific tht: value ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 28 March 1907

s H. K. ENLOE, RESIDENT DENTIST. m 2 Offlf 'Phon S 74. Rtildtnc 'Phone 89. Advertising Rate. Dl.plny artrcrtlilnjj, bjutt year to avenge four IiicIim or mure, 8c. per Inch each U.iir. rrnffioloiml carda, one Inch, V) tenia itr fnonlhitwo Inchee, 7s cents fr month. Local five linea, or over, j centa per line for firl Inaerlion; V.iQ. per line fur each auhaequent Insertion. In lilack type 10 ernta per line for firet inaertloai, S eenta per line for each uIim 'jurnt insertion. r.rgal mlvcrtiiing at legal rate. Special rtteaon paite ailvcrtl.f nirnl. I LOCAL NEWS., - The best of every thing in the grocery line at Willams. Mason & Hardy building, Kunceton is making preparations for a city park. Versailles needs one, why not go to work now? Everybody works at our house, therefore, we can sell meats and gro ceries at the right prices. Figure ex penses. The man who dances pays the fiddler. C. H. Mason, "Everything clean." Miss Young Salmon, of West lawn, returned Saturday from a sin wee...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 28 March 1907

FOUND HE COULD MAKE TIM. One Call for Physician That Met wlrn Quick Response. Llfo Is nuch a conBtnnt rush to a welt-known physician tliat to secure r. llttto recreation ho has recoutso to rimes. A lsltor called ono night, ami began n speech to the servant: "I want, t ho doctor to como ovor as quickly as ho ran." "Ho can't lo It!" tho servant an swered. "Ho left orders that ho was so tu:t- that unless It was absolutely a matter of life anil death ho couldn't BO out at all thin evenlni;." "Hut," said tho caller, "It Isn't 111. noss at all." "What I hen?" "Wo want him to como ovor and take n hand In a i;aine of whist." "Oh, lliai'H different." Tho servant disappeared, and roan peared a moment later. "The dorfor sas he'll ho over In ton Dilutes, hlr," he announced. FIFTEEN YEARS OF ECZEMA. Tcr-ible Itchlnjj Prevented Sleep Hards, Arms and Log3 Affected Culloura Cured in G Days. "1 1-ad ftzeina nearly fifteen years The al.'iC'd parts worn my hands, arms ni l l' i;s. They wore the worst ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 28 March 1907

OVlfl (1,000 A YEAR AND "LIVING. That Is the Story of a Michigan Farm er Who Live In Western Canada. Olds, Alberto, Dec. 10, 1900. Mr. M. V. Mclunos, Detroit, Michigan: Iour Mr nnil Friend It will bu four yearn next Msiy since I entno to Olds, and have lived hero over Hlnce. Hlncu I camu hero wheat Iiur run from to 1G bit. per acre, oattt from Of, t: I in, that 1 know of. I ralued that lant. year, 115 In. to tho aero of the Uncut oatH I ever huw, and oats that 1 unwed Illtd. day of May thin, year went Vl to tho aero and welsh ed 41 lbn. to tho bushel. My barley went 40 bu. lust year and CO thin year, and was not kowii until tho lutter part of May. I had 3 acrcn of potatoes this year and wild 700 bUHhels and put 275 bu. In the cellar, and no bugH to pick. Wo have u lino Government Cream ery at Olda. Our cuwb made $11 pur head and J didn't feed any griiln: only prairie hay, no you hco wo aro do In well. Wo have tho patent for our homeHtead now and am very thankful that wo catno to Alb...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 28 March 1907

D. L. WILLIAMS, THE DENTIST. Office in corner rooms on second floor over l'irst National Hank, Versailles, M. Pimlijit .ervice and -first-class work Ao nil patrons. I'hone .57. STILL MORE LOCAL WEWS. The "good old summer time" is here, (or Attorney Gibbs was out Monday sporting his last year"s strilw hat Wit said last year's, -but it looked to us as il it might he a close second to the famous headpiece of J. West Goodwin, of Sedalia, which is known to he over fifty years old, and how many more years than fifty is only guess work. Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Porter tie parted Monday for Versailles, where Mr. Porter has purchased a laundry and will go into business. Mr. and Mrs, Porter have made friends in Kl don Mho rejret to see them go. Mrs. Porter was an earnest worker in the Sunday School and was loved by Jier IHtle class of girls by whom she will he greatly missed, lildon Times. By order of board the first annual mc;tinp of tferKaUle Cemetery As .ricition will be held at the Court 1 fou...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 4 April 1907

Morgan County Republican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. EIGHTH YEAR. Versailles, Mo., Thursday Morning, April 4, 1907. No. 14. I i r i i'i REMOVING SALE! QT AAA Twenty-five Thousand Dollars9 Worth nT AAA VyVyV of Un-to-dat MprrhanHisP AT YOUR MERCY DlJJJ "k T T D new vStore Building' is being V IV fast completed, and we will soon be compelled to undertake the e task of moving'. In order to avoid part of tKis work we Have decided to place our en tire Stock of Spring, Summer, and also Fall Goods, at prices wHicK will be of great service to us in disposing of Thousands of Dollars wortH of Merchandise in the next few weeks. See the Elegant Dress Goods, of the Latest Styles, we are selling at 50c. per yd. and up. India Linens, Nainsooks and Dimities at less than Wholesale Prices. Wash Goods of all kinds at prices less than the Manufacturers can produce them. Our stock of Clothing is at your mercy Better come and see what we can do for you befor...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 4 April 1907

CUniiD OK UHAVEU Not a SiiTjIe Stone Hat Formed Slnco Using Doan's Kidney PI!I$ 3. n. DiiiiBlitrcy, music publisher, of Suffolk, Va Bays: "During two or thrco yearn that I had kidney trouble I pawed 2 potinda of gravel and andy sediment I In the urine. I haven't passed a stone slnco using Doan's Kidney Pills, however, and that was three years I ni;o. I used to surfer thf most acute agony 1 clur ns a gravel attack. and had the ollt'T usual symptoms- of kidney troub! lassitude, headache, pain In the hack, urinary disorders, rheumatic pain, etc. I have a box con taining 14 gravel stones that I passed, but that 1b not one-quarter of tho whole number. I consider Doan's Kid ney Pills a fine kidney tonic." For sale by all dealers. GO cents a box. Foster-Mllburn Co., Huffalo, N. Y. I Home of the Icebergs. Almost all the icebergs seen In the inortb Atlantic during June are iproducts of tho coast of Labrador, formed from the Ice fields that had filled the Indentations of that coari tho previo...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 4 April 1907

FIGURES OF A CROP IN WE8TERN CANADA. How a Cwan River Gcttler Has Succeeded. Dcnlto, Manitoba, Nov. 20, 1900. At Swan Itlvcr Valley, In May, 1900, A (settlor took up a homestead on Sec tion DO, In Township 34, Ilnngo 29 WcBt of Uio First Mcrldan, at that time HO miles from a railway, tele graph, school or church. Thero Is now a railway within two miles of my farm, and nil theso other advant ages close at hand. His story la: "After making my homestead entry fee of 10 I had 45.00 total (forty-five dollars) capital. Through doing homestead duties in slack times of the year, I managed to get a start. 1 am a married man of 28 years of age. "I built my first houst1, or shack, nnd brol.o up 8 acres, putting Ave acres In crop tho first year. "This year, 190G, 1 had 80 acres In crop 01) acres in wheat, 20 acres of which yielded 8G0 bushels, or bushels per acre; 1G acres of oats, which yielded 1(55 bushels, nnd one Btack of oats in sheaf for feed. "Receipts for tho year Sold 1,755 bu. or whea...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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