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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 9 September 1881

ALL OVER THE STATE. The Clarke .county court 1ms ngiiin refused saloon license Sp.lnRllcrd elnluis moro young In ilios mul prettier young Indies tliun tiny city iu Bouthwest Missouri. St. Joseph' Is rcfuntllng its debt tit tho mto of 8100,000 a month, and eight months wlllsco tho jolt done Tho warehouse and clovntor of Van iklnli & Dowells, of Knhok.i, was burn ed to thu ground on Saturday night. -.-Most of Cnpo (flittrdonu fnriiHirs Intend to ralso nheep Instead of wheat, thinking It a moro profitable business. Tho Callaway county lair litis been postponed Irom tho 123d nil. until fur ther notico, on account of thu extreme scarcity of water. Mr. .T. W. Finch, from near Dielil stadt, Scott county, shipped a ear load of watermelons to St. Louis, tho biggest one weighed 61) pounds. A young Scdalia mechanic mimed II. (J. Hiirker, claims to liavu Invented a machine that will make 10,000 bileks per day out of dry clay. Nov. Dr. II. M.Klcliunlson has, wo learn, resigned the pastoial c...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 9 September 1881

'nni? nnrrumv DinnD urn wuiui liurai. By DORTNH A WAI.I.KB. OKKGON, MO l'OST-rTUlTIAI.OIIK. We unctl to walk together In the twilight, Ho whlsicrcJ tcnJer wonts so nwcet ami low, At ilcwn tlit pccii latics, where tho ilcw wns fallliiR, Aiul through the woodlands where the birds were calling, Wc wandered In thovs hours so long ago, But now no mora nc walk In purple glosmlng Allow ti the lanes, my love and I. Ah mcl The time I tut for mch romantic roaming Ho holdt the batij while I'm getting tea. Wo tinol to Mt with lamp turned low to gether And UUi of lore and Its divine effect, When nights were long, and wintry was the weather; Far noliler he than knight an 1 knightly feather, And I, to the Invcllst of my sex. Now. oft when wintry wind howl round tho glide, Immorscd In smoke, hoypores o'er"gjld"f ml Meek, The fart tsnoreil that Jtit aeros tho tahlc The loveliest of her fex sits darning sock". Oft, when arrayed to stilt mv hero's faney.T I tripped toiifet him at hl wcleome call, c lo...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 9 September 1881

"FAKM K9TIVAI.8." ST Will, OAllLtTOK. "My glrl-wlfe wis aa braro u she ku goad, And helped mo every bleated war sbo could ; Hho seemed to take to crcry rough old tree, Aa singular aa when llrat alio took to mc. 8ho ltcp' our llttlo log home aa neat aa wax; And once I caught her fooling with my ax. She learned a hundred masculine things to 8ho aimed a shotgun pretty mlddlln' true, Although In snlto of my express desire, She always shut her eyes before she'd Ore. do, Bho hadn't the muscle heart). (though she had tlic In out-door work to take an active part! Though In our Arm of Duty & Endeavor, 8ho wasn't no silent partner whatever. When I wo logging, burning, choppln' wood, She'd linger 'round and help mo all she could; And kept mo frclli, ambitious all the while, And lifted tous, Just with her volco and smile. With no desire my glory for to rob, Sho uwil to stan' around and toss tho Job: And when flrst-class success my hacds befell, Would proudly say, " H did that pretty well I"...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 9 September 1881

The President. On Tuesday Inst, wlulo the people of tlio several States, except Missouri, shame lo her governor-were bowed In prayer, asking Him to spare onr noble President, the special train .vas.eairy Ing our nations patient Iroin the ma larlal atmosphere of Washington to tlio , more invigorating air of Long llraneli. In tins tlio country looked upon a spectado never before witnessed by tlie American pcopl,-. Hallway trains, (Imped In black, have parsed from tlio East to the. N'C't eanylng the remains of loved and honored tneii, but never before have they looked upon a ear hearing thu shuttered body of the Chief Magistrate, still instinct wllh life, away from Wn.shington in a desperate senrch ' I for renewed vlta'lty. The President and party left Wash ington at (3:30 A M and mi lived at Long llraneli at 1 : 10 t. v. The situation regarding the Presi dent's condition continues favorable and tlie attending surgeons mid cabinet ollleers express thumxclves as entirely satisfied with ...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 16 September 1881

J VOLUME XVII. OREGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1881. NUMBER 14. P CHAMBERS MARNEY CO ST- JOSEPH, MO. TAKE A LONG STEP TO THE FRONT THIS .FALL JrilowliltK by 35 feet wide, connected with tlio rtnt floor by The First Passenger Elevator I.. ,i. nrv (iool business In this elty. This Klves them three innKiiMccnt ropini ami n ESSEESt Ymv mn' iif w Ich In n" "iri" ui any ordinary Dry (limits Wore. Ily nioiiiij ( tlif Kle liuor wl noii r i iraiiVJ uS "ecu. liTe is the llrst, nml fill arc titled im so ns t.. Klvc the best llBht SUPERB CLOAK AND SUIT ROOM, ...i ...... .1n...1....t,1 ttwi vtiri' Intimt ItnVPltlftt 111 Heady Maile dnriiiViit.s fr both U.lles ami Children, I-ndles Suits, Cloaks, Kurnlililns Howls find Tiu'ir will sarins In extent and variety tin thii or Trini. uirir paimiM mil) n-i "i""1 " ,,.i i iiaw ntfivlll'' K.ry """ ". "".,r.;..,i" . .A"" :v:v.: iThj iu i east and in till' lir) UOIMISllllirKCl. llllll HIV"! twuin.in 1 "DOMESTIC (3-OOXDS ,i.. ., i-n time hi bin-ensur...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 16 September 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER, l7 nOHVSH ft WALI.KU. ORKGON, MO A Faithful Shepherd Boy. Gorlinrilf. Xvna n fSnrttlnfri ahr.nl,n.1 tv nnd n noblo fellow ho was, although lie was very poor. Ono day ho was watching his flock, which was feeding in a valley on tha borders of n forest, when n hunter came out of the woods and asked : "How far Is It to tho nearest village?" -six milt, sir," answered tho toy, "but the road is only a sheep track; Mid very easily missed." The hunter looked at tho crooked track, and said: It If.. T ..... .' hiii, i nm very nungry ami thirsty; I have lost my companions and .nissed jii) ny, ivuvo your sncep una snow mo tho road; I will pay you well." "1 ran not leave my sheen, sir," re joined Gerhardt. "They will stra'y into Uio wocds, and may ho eaten by wolves or stolen by robbers." "Well, what of thntr queried tho hunter. "They aro not your sheep. Tho loss of one or more wouldn't bo much to your master, and I'll give you moro than you have earned in n whole year." "I can ...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 16 September 1881

MARGERY DAW. T. E. WfMhcrtjr. f I'm In love, but I've never told licr, Never told the maiden I lovo; I l'c In the long green grass and behold her, As site swings nil day In the boughs above. I'm a student with toll o'crladen, Aid a student ever should books prefer, But she's such a darling dainty maiden, I ily thoughts go swinging away with her. See saw I Margery Daw I Up In the apple-tree Margery swings; And I, lying under, Watch her and wonder "What Is the ditty that Margery sings. And she goes swinging; and I go slaving, Turning tho leaves ol a musty book, But surely that was her whlto hand waving; And surely that was my darling's look. A. perfect fortress of books 1 sit In, , Ethics, economy, politics, law, .But all tho pages I vow wcro written By that little philosopher, MargcryJDaw. See saw I Margery Daw I Up In the applc-trco Margery swings; ' And I, lying under, Watch her and wonder T Wliatls the ditty that Margery slugs. The light Is fading, the day grown older And now the ...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 16 September 1881

run COUNTY PAPER., UV nOUY.NS. At NVAI.I.r.lt. OltKdllN, MO. Kiitereil at tlto rmtuffler at Ori'iion, km niut'vtiVM matter. M.. ANOTHER TRAIN ROBBERY. The Winston Train Robbery Almost Par alleled on the Chicago & Alton Railway. Tormi of Snbcrlptloii! TWO DOI.UIIS A YKAIt IX.IDVAXUK. Xuiir dloniliilc. JnrkHou Comity. ! Trill" l .Nlopiicil nml On- 1'nn j nciik'TK mid Kxir KnMx.il. KUii)AY,shi'n:.Mii:u to, ishi. Advertising Rntoii, s lileli an- very rensoiialile, when tlif Inn: lr ciilatlcm of TilKCnt'NTY I'Al'KU Is ennlileretl Mill In- mailo known on application to the 1 I IMlt'M. Miincy may lie vnt at our rik by Vintnioe oriliT, ilralt or rvjtMfreil letti-r. ("iirn'iiwrtiili'iH'o Witt news art1 always ileslreil, lmt letters mint ! litli'f ami mint have tlie Kt'iiulau naiut! of the aatlior, not fur inililli'atlnn tint a a Ktiaranty if Ktmtl faith. ('iitiuiiiinlciitlons In tin liiteret uf eiimllilates will lie rlmrffitl fur at Hip rati of tliri'it cents m-mnnl, ciisli In athamv. Ol...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 16 September 1881

PROCEEDINGS Of the Holt County Christian Missionary Convention. )ld In Oregon, Mo., August 33th) 20th 27th, 1881. and tcnKixttiiKti mmim i.art wp.kk.I Nccoiwl liny, Auutit UOIh. MOItNINH flKSSION, it! 80 A. M. Devotional exercised coniluotcil by W. F. Wnlto. Hro. Mnupln being aWnt F. Wultu eluetetl pi e.slilunt pro km. Coinniitttiu on nominations tlion re ported tliu following' brethren I'or Cotm ty Hoard : .1. II. Donney, l. S. Doiinoy, Dsvld Wut.ell, John Miller mid V. A. Onnlnur. Koport of Committee unani mously accepted. Tlio Htibjiict, 'Tlio cliurchps ol the county ; Uielr wants; how kIiuII wo tuinplv tliom?" wax tlivn presented by Pavnl Wctzoll. "Our wants or newt may lin di-senlied In a few words. Moro inward llfo and ljcowlli. Correct th life nnd all tho needs will lie supplied. Wo nui-il to tlo the work of whleh .lestix wild : 'They aro greater works than I lo Men do not grow h!u onrn with out anv tffoit on their pait, lint by work; hence, .lames say : 'Ye shall bo blessed ...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 16 September 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER, uy DOBTm wjuxu. OREGON, MO iti:n-KCTK or.oiiii:s. Like some grc.it tc.irtriitisf.rmcd to iu gold, Tlio evening star lloits tremiuomiyclcat, Anil round It forms of crimson cloud appear, Whose beauty makes the heart leap to behold; Kcfteetiil and repeated many fold Upon t!ic Rcutle river flowing near, To loving eye a beauty shines, more dear Than star and cloud In their own place can hold; For lo I the glories of the waning West Arc wrought to lovllcr lisue by the play Of wavering light, and ceaseless Interflow Of form and color on the river's breast, Where Mystery seems her heavenly hand to lay, And somewhat of diviner grace tiestow. in Tin: old oiitmoit towiiii. In the old church tower, Hangs the bell; And above It on the vane, In the sunshlns and the rain, Cut In gold St. Peter stands With thokcys In his two hand", And all Is well. .In tUe oli church tower Hangs the bell. You c m hear Its great heart beat, Ah I so loud and mild and sweet, As the p.iriou says his p...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 16 September 1881

IN TWOS. Baton Transcript. Somewhere In the world there hide Garden gates that no one sect Save they come In happr twos Not in onc, nor yet In threes. But from every maiden's door Leads a pathway straight and true, Maps and surreys know It not; IIo who finds room for two, jL Then they sco the garden gates I Never skies so blue as theirs, Never flowers so many sweet As for those who come In pairs. Round and round tbo alleys wind, Now a criillo bars their way, Now a llttlo mound behind So tho two go through the day. When no nook In nil tho lanes But has beard n song or sigh, Lot another garden gate Opens as the two go by I In they wander, knowing not, "Five and-twenty" fills the air Willi a silver, echo low, All about the startled pair. Happier J these garden walks; Closer, heart to' heart, they lean; Stiller, softer falls tho light; Few tho twos, uml far between. Till at last, as oft they pass Down the paths so well thcyjtnow, Once again at hidden gates Stand the two; they cuter slow...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 16 September 1881

v PROCEEDINGS Oflhe Western German M. E. Conference. Ptld in Oregcn. Mo., Boptomber 8th to 12th Inclusive Tho Conferoneo convened for It third session at Oregon, Mo., on the 8th day of Spjttuiutior, 1881, at U u. in., Hlshop U. S. I'lMtcr presiding. After an onrnoH prayer meeting the Jllshop appeared and opened the sos hIoii at the appointed time by reading from thu !)d (.'oil., 'M chapter mid uns et nd verse and announcing tho I.uid'.s Sooner and prayer. The roll of the conferenco was then called ai d thu following member: ans wered to their names: J. II. Aiding, F. Aansperger, 'II. Hriint, C. Hrueggor, C. Hatter, (. Uuechel, J. Demand, C. Kbcrhardt, J. Ehrsnni, W. C. Kollnor, M. Klalber, ,F. (. Kost, A. l Kerfhagc, I. Kraittlo, K. II. Kreigo, C. W. Laiienstoln, J. (J. I.olst, 1'. Mnlhtal, J. J. Elehciibcrgcr,!!. M. Menger, II. Flegcnbaum, .1. II. Morton, K. tranz, .1. A. Meyer, J. Haller, !. A. Muollor, 0. Harms, O. Ott, C. Hermann, .1. A. Holt, T. Ilaii'Jiii, II. It. ltcomor, II....

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 23 September 1881

t . (MRM SCENE IN "HOLT COUNTS MQ " " ) VOLUME XVII. Facts. Our pooplu that visited tlioSt. Joseph Exposition tiro enthusiastic over the bargains tlicy secured at Alelnlnoh's, 1900 Frederick Avetnio, St. Joseph. Molnlncli's Eastern buyer lias sccur ,cd sonio ercat bargains In Dros Goods, that ho Is selling ut 10c, 12e, tlo, 17 mid 21o i find Cashmeres ut 13 l-2u. 22c,1 32, .10, 17, fi2, 02,' 70, 77 1-2 and 85o; SILKS. At 70u 7nc, Sno 90 to 1 .0. Oroat bar- gains nt Molulneh's 1900 Frederick Av oiiuo, St. Joseph. ' 1,)00 Cases Hoots mid Shors at Mcliiinoh'.s nt drought prices. , Minmtlufturos by lianil nil his Names- ftiul Saddles; writu for price's. SALT. Melninch lias his usual big pile of alt for fall tuule liy tiio barrel or earS load. FLOUR. Tho-cclebinlcd l'airbury Flour Mcluiucli's at 2.500 Tine Orcreoats oi ened at Mcliilneh'.s.w inirO 1. ... I.. I- A......... C Yo'i should see those $10 suits. Meln'tieh Is l-efnivlni' bis m-nat siiwlJltho country at half past ion o'clock T o...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 23 September 1881

THE COUNTY PAVER, n iionvss & w.vi.t.Kit. OlUiC.ON. MO WEEKLY REVIEW. IomrlJ' A train of nltio cars was wrecked near Cutrovlllc, Texas, Sept. "Hi, Prince Frederick, uncle of tlio King of the Nctllicrlamls, Is dead. Hrndrlek 1. Wright,. Congressman dlnl at WllkcctKirtc, l'a., vU 2ml nnubjcctlon to bringing 1" l'art'of Pedro's own band. Carr lias now three aililiiiouai ran- panics ot tnllltla, anil reports from old toil flr.mt that lie Is unable to lorn me. una. Price's cotnmaml moved out oflcrde ontlic Serccnnt Mason Is to bo tiled by iv military court-martial, although the detail of tin-com t lias not been announced, umicriiie rules and mrulntlous of Hie army lie will be tried for "conduct prejudicial to Rood order una military discipline." The court will no con vened liy (Icncral HancocK. 1 lie oruer win no Issued In a few dais. Mason'scoumcl, l.cnerai .1. 0. Wgilow, Is anxious for n civil trial, mil is not llkelv to cct It. The Pica of Insanity in he entered for Mason, as It I...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 23 September 1881

1'ATK. Mart-La B-ron. Thcro wcro luinus ntid tlio odor of blossoms, Tlio whirl of tlio waltz, mid the hciit f Instruments tuned to fee d;'clnR; Tlicro were tows and rcsponres sweet ; And Into tho chaos of color My heart went ccklng n face That floated amid the Ray dancers I.lkc a rose blown free In Its grace. A gllmpss of gold trews uncoiling, A gllmiidj of star that were eyes j A sigh from a rpso mouth soft jKirtcd, 1 A smllo sweet with mute melodies j And my heart lid whirled with tho waltzcrs, And misty the lamps paled, nnd far The music receeded, like straining Of wave o'er an ocean's gay bar. 'lVunro sad," laughed n voice. "Come ho merry, Gay life Is fleeting at lct; If you carry a heart In your bosom, Oct rid of It, friend, with i rest." Hut ever the music moaned by me, And ever the face floated fair, And ever I knew that n siren Had lured mo to follow for o'er. Tho lamps went out with the morning Tho warm odors drifted away; The music was limited, aud the dancers in dreams of...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 23 September 1881

F F1 r1S fl if QOW ssqm ragae jMT",y "Ej"T3 Jft FOREST CIT"Y"3 MO3 Have received a Seasonable jKnlico. .5c per yard Dress floods, Fashionable Sh ies, 10c per yard. Men's Heavy Boots, 1.50 pair. Boys Heavy Boots, 1.00 per pair. Woman's Heavy Shoes, 90c per pair. 7 lbs Good Coffee 1.00 CLOTHING AT ST. JOE PRICES AND LESS. Ail other goods will be sold correspondingly low 'We mean bnsiness and will sell goods as Cheap or Cheaper than any house in the county. Will buy Corn and all kinds of Produce at market prices. Give us a call and get prices before purchasing elsewhere. GROVES & FERGUSON, Forest City, Mo. tup COUNTY PAPER, DOUG'S. & WALLKH oitiaioN, MO. Entered at the l'oitoIHce at Oregon, Mo., iccond'Clau matter. Terms of Subscription: TVTO DOLIilltS A YE.VU IN AUVAHCE. FIlIDY,KirriOtl)l',Il 'ill, 1881. CQXFEDIHt ATH LUNATICS . There iiro somo Confederate lunatics yet living who aro as roil-liot mid ruck- 'less lis ovor,. Thoro was n reunion of ihem, mostly from Missouri, hel...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 23 September 1881

ALL OVER THE STATE. Tho well at (ho machine, shops ef tlio 'Frisco railroad, in North Spring field Is GOO fact deep. James Cook, n Joplln minor, was klllod Saturday, tlio 10th, by the heavy timbers of (ho support falling on him. Threo young hunters in MUsUslppt county recently caught a gray wolf measuring 3 feet high and 7 feet long. MUs Archer, the Pettis county, tlio nervy lady alder, won the 20 nulo race at Bismarck In forty-seven mlnuto, the fastest time on record. During the rcccutterm of the Halls county circuit court, tlio flues assessed for Illegal voting and the Illicit sale of whiskey, amounted $1,100- John C. Guinn, tko big urltc.it grower of .laspqr county, had 1,300 jicrcs In wheat this year, off which ho lias threshed 14, 801) bushels, an nvcrago -of 11 bushels to the acre. .Jesse Katon, eight miles soutt of Warsaw, was accidentally shot uud kill ed one morning last week while feeding lils stock by his little nephew who was jilayfully pointing a revolver at him. James ...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 23 September 1881

. THE COUNTY PAPER, y HOI1V.NB A WAM.KIt. bni:.uN. i i i m7 oiisi:uvatkinh or i:i:t. caiii: tuck int. crlbar. You 111.1 ml cli It on do psllhi's ti a mighty r"k)r ilan To nnV' yo'ir Judgment briler.loVitil.it klvcro up .mmn; For I Iwr.lly tu'cils to tell 7011 how you often ikimi" crrrus A fltt.v4l0ll.tr Mililtc on (wcntTilollar hos. An', ru'ln' In ilo low groan's, you illsklvcr as vim ipi, Pat ile tints' shuck tuny hliloilc mcsncs' nubbin In a row I I tlnk a infill h.t t;iit a mighty slciiilcr ch.nico tor hewn DA liokU on to Ills piety but one thy out o' m.'th'll j Dat talk limit ile dinner wlil a Iumjio solemn ell it, An'neblierilnipift nlcklo In ile missionary hat ; Dut's foremost. In iln meetln'-5iouc for ralln' nil ile chimes, Bui lays nsMc his 'lltfon lil Ills Sumhy panta loons! I nelilirr Juilu o'ieo(ile iht 1 moots along ric way By do nine ca whir dor come f nun an' ile bouses whsnlcy stay; For de hintaw chicken's nivful foml o' roostln' rrcily I1I3I1, An' do tnrkry-uumrd sll...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 23 September 1881

CHILDREN'S COKNElt. citoi:suH. Bpeettttr. My ttrnill Cliarllo satd to mo , That lie had lots of riches, "llow much, old manl" said I; s&ldhc, "Two farthings In my breeches, A silver fourpenco In my puree, And one French bit of money," Then milled (speaking of his nurse), "T ns given mo by Nunny, A lucky sixpence, father, too;" lie rautcd ns though to measure With those grave eyes what should I do On hearing of inch treasure. With those grave crcs ho looked at me, Ero ho resumed his parley, It was as plain ns A It U (Or plainer, perhaps, to Charlie) That weighty matters were our cue, Vie meant to sift and try 'cm; "And, lather, " Charlie said, "are you As rich a man ns I ami And I replied the while I drew My arm around his shoulder "Charlie, I'm not to rich as you, Because I'm ngea older." llully Hoy. Do not lio discouraged. Slow growth is often Miro growth. Somo minds tiro like Norwegian nines. They nro slow in growth, but tlioy nro striking their roots (Icq). Somo of tlio gront...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 23 September 1881

Wltat Vo Would Like to Know. Where Veunor's frost is. j Who will care for mother now. t If Will Hoffman wenr iilnntpur-t. f 11 then! Is imy cure fur meanness. How ninny rend lids column llr.it t How tills weal her suits everybody, f Wlint luts beeomo ot Fred Murk land. f Why Tom Hlnilo keeps Iih "pttrp" tied up. t Where Ctul. Slaughter gets his lee water. t If King of the Rattmhty fiaiwcral Is happy. t Why Hrucc Karl has recently grown fo sedate, t When Leigh Irvino will to to Hrovnvllle. t What the saddest, words of Louis Imnu nrc. t How much Hilly Frame patd fur those lllleys. t If Cyrus riillhriek ha any ue for n hotel clerk. t Why L. E. ItobcrU eome tnOie Son so often. t Wb, there Is so much money In the oyster blisini'.is, t If this cool weather encourages matrimony any. t How Mur.h:il Hooton likes margins on close "eaU." t If John Curtis eonlil turn over in a sleeping ear Ijvrtli. t Where ("roves & Ferguson got their chenp Mock of'gootls. t Why lYoto-tant ministers are gen...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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