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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 25 February 1881

1 . ,v t lt0" (URM SCtNC IN HOLT COUNTY. MO. c VOLUME XVI. Hy tlio way wo understand Moses Honuett has tlm contract to bulal tlio house for J lid go Uussel. Wo infer from this thu house Is to bo of brick. Sickness continues in tlio low lands and other parts exposed to malaria, Hy tlio way tho oecurrenoo of dlptherta at points fur re aio to from whero tho theo ries uf writers place tho eaiiso over throws nil their theories. Holt county is tho 49th county in the Stato us to population, having 16, 610; Andrew is tho 42d, Atchison thu Mth ; while Uuchannn is tho 3d and Nodaway tho 7th mid Jackson is the second. Stories about small-pox at Clinton Missouri aro much exaggerated. The casus aro ne&rly nil among those rlio lmvo been vaccinated, nro merely vari oloid, and mild too. Wo warn thoso who have never been vaccinated to hayo it dono forthwith. See to it that tho matter is puru. Joseph Proctor died Tuesday of last week aged about 6G years. His death was very sudden, having gone to ...

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. — 25 February 1881

IMIKAM AND MKMOltY. I. I.Ike a radiant clou J of morn; Like dim music to a fane; Like n rose without a thorn; Like & fouoUIn without stain; Like the moonlight's silver gleam; Like an Imago In a stream, Are the dreams of love. Like sweet odors In the air, Like ttio light la Deauty's cje; Like the sky at evcnlcg ero Its aerial colors die; Like a solitary star, Uurntng steadfastly afar, Are the dreams of lore. ti. Like the mist upon a mountain ; Like a shadow from a cloud; Like the darkness o'er a fountain ; Like a raalicn In her shroud; Like a meteor's lonely light Falling through the depths of night, Are lovo's memories. Like a dream from which wo waken Tremulous with dark emotion; Like a heart forever shaken On the waves of sorrow's ocean; Llko whispered words with dying breath; Like klsies from the llpi of death, Are love's memories. lUUHrEI) AT LAST. Ho to gono thont There was no liopc! Ilia little cap, nml 6hoos, and jacket, found oil the bank where ho had laid them when ho w...

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. — 25 February 1881

TUB lIRTTEn MNB. I eat ono nlfr,ht in a lighted hill, In the lonely midst of a silent crowd, And I heard a beautiful ballad fall,' cloud. Like the lark's sweet song from a sunlit Cloeo at my Mj sat one whose hand lias a greater power than a king of old; And the singer sang of a better land, And the streets of gold. She said thattheflowetsne'cr ceased to bloom, That could not grow In this world of ours ; That songs too sweet for the days of gloom Filled all the length of those brighter hours ; That pleasures tio mortal heart had known, In Inflnlto numbers gathered there; That sorrow forgot to make her moan, And Hope her prayer. And I drank, with a soul atblrst, each word, And tbo words as they fell were filled with rest; 'Twaa only a song I had often heard, Tct It grew liko a psalm within my breast, For 1 saw the acet faco quivering near, . I heard the tender, pitiful sigh, And I said In my heart, "That land Is here, And very nigh." Whs' mado that beaut'.ful realm so fair, And lit th...

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. — 25 February 1881

THE PPUNTY PAPER, nv JJAVKNPORT A nonvNH. OltRUON. MO. Entered at the rnstofflcc Ht Oregon, lo us seCond-cISM natltr. Terms ef Snbscrlptlon: .TWO DOLIiiKS A TEAR IX ADVAXl'K. Advertising Rntos, vhlrh r very reasonable, when tin Imcn clr culstltmnf TitECot'NTV IWricn Ii considered, will l md lenoun uu njijilicJtiou u the lul- Mosey may bo sent nt ur risk Wy resumes order, draft or registered lettrr. Correspondent) and new air alwnjs desired, but letters mint l brief and must hate thn aeiidtue mmio of tkc author. Mid fur publication kul a a guaranty nt cud faith. Communications In Ilia Interest uf 'candidates ,11111 In earned tor nt the rat or threw cents icrword, cash In adiancc. Obituary po.try will lie charged for nt tin tt of ten cenls per Hue and thg fe'mli nn.st .company Mm manuscript. Kejected manuscript will not lie relumed, Letters for publication nhnnld renili lit by Tuesday nson to Insuru Insertion Lu that week's paptr. All leltsw should be nddree U THE COUNTY l'AI'RR. UUKU...

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. — 25 February 1881

flIIK'IHIHi'WMSMtl'Mt' Mo iitgomory & lloockcr, HANKERS AND BROKERS. onr.noK, Missouri, Imn Money, ltuy Notes. Rn Drafts on all prlclrttti cities, ami Collestitns promptly m ulo fay Tuxes for non-residents i Loans negotiated on real estult!, nuil Invtstmaiils made an favora bin terms. Interest allowed mi Tlmo 1) posits. Frazer & McDonald FORKS'! CITY MISSOURI rilllAXSAl'TS u fcchcr.il linnkltiK tiujlnese .X Sells exchnnet oil the chief cities of tht united Mates mm lairnpe. Allows Interest o deposit when left as.eilued time, receive ciiretni ittieiitu iiun. . II. KltAZHll. d. Mcdonald. HAsaira. l'BI'.SIUK.VT. J. T. THATCHER, M. D. HOUCKOPATIIIST AND SURGEON, Oltf.dON, MISSOURI, OHl'If'K.-NAt residence, two doors north A. ,Kev!'ii -Store j formerly residence of lvl Urun. A.dOXLl.V, M. M. CI.A, KIKIK.1UAUM,A.M.,M.D GohUii & riogenlmum, MIYSIC1ANS AN I) SURGEONS, oniuiox. MO. timCE-OnetUur south vf Kank, tip-italrs II. C. lT.PI'FJt. c. c. aiki:n, PEPPER & AIKEN, Attorne...

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. — 25 February 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER. lly UAVK.Vl'ORT it: JIOIIYNH. OREGON, MO MY LOYti. A VAI.KST1NI. MvLnvo Is llko tho 1)ly bright. Which gladden nil tho Holds by tiny, Ami whlpers tothoMnrs nt night, Whllo fairies list to w lint they my. And angels eoino nnd k letwcen, Only by stars nnd ilowersseen. So, where thn cnmcs.fho ever lirlnjr" Hnnshlno nnd penee, thnt to tier curt i .nun fnitn nlioo. nnd iiiiwunl stir tw. Though from tho turtli It soctnetl to start; Aim miner no to omen. niwii,j Onlv by them In ever known. My Iivo Is like n I.lly rnre: Symbol nnd typo of nil thnt s pure The I.llv Is, niul over fnlr On earth so lnngns .lowers rndiirr. It wim tho llrnt of llowers to rlo From Kurlli's cold tonili In l'nrndlsc. And thus to mnn did tlindow forth, How Christ should rlso on Kiuter-Moni. Thnt. wn. Ilkn lllm. tnlirht from tho Ilirth spnntfip.niuinmmi'iiMeiuiiiuu5,uriu l.llv ttim, Thus spotless she, and puro ns they. My I-ovo Is llko the Violet sweet. Thnt hides Itself with modest mien IkMienth tho...

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. — 25 February 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER Br DATENFORT fc DOI1TNS. OREGON, MO ABLKKr. HOSE TKIIRT COOKE. in summtrtlme ho fair It showed I Ms garden by tho village road, Wbcro fiery e talks ot blossom glowed, And roses softly blushed; With azure spires, and garlands white, iPale heliotrope, tjiesnn's delight, .And odors that perfumed tho night Where'er the south wind rushed. There solemn purple panties stood, Gay tulips red with floral blood, And wild things fresh from field and wood, Allvo with dainty grace. Seep heaven-blue oells of columbine, Tho darkly mystic passion-vine, And clematis tbat loves to twine, Bedecked that happy place. Beneath tho strong unclouded blazo Ot 1ur and fervent summer days The colors smote tho passing gaze, And dazzled every cyt. Their cups of scented honey-dew Charmed all tho bees that o'er them flew, And butterflies of radiant hue Paused as they floated by. '.Now falls a cloud of sailing snow, Tho bitter wIdJi ot winter blow, "No blossom dares Us cup to show Earth folds them 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. — 25 February 1881

Queer Statistics. Wo gtve, from tho newspapers the figures of the assessments of tbrco coun ties this week, Holt, Atchison nnd Nod away. They aro taken from tho news papers, nud may not bo accurate In all respects, but thoy show on oxtraordl- nary difference us to values. For in fiance, Nodawaj has about seven times 'more horses than we have, yet they are valued less than twice as much. 8ho has throe times moro catile valued about twice as much, and twice as many hogs valued lcs than twlco as much, nnd so on. Suroly if those fig ures bo correct, there ought to bo fome inquiry as to tho hows and whys. Hero Aro the items from Nodaway, nd below aro thnso from Holt. Tako notlco also that for all Nodaway has almost doublo our population, stands Heventh in tho State, while Holt is some where near the fiftieth, yet our money etc. nlmost as much nud personal property about the same in value. NODAWAY COUNTY. Horsos, mures and geldings, all ago?, 41,221', valuation, $1U!),26.'i. Mules, all ag...

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. — 4 March 1881

UARM SCtRC IN MOLT COUHTV. MlO VOLUME XVI. OREGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1881. i Prof. Hill has gone to theJnangura tlon; andProl. Hellsley Is la his place prolan. Mr. Kyger, father of Nlm Kygor, of Oregon, who Hum keen visiting hero for n few weeks returned to Kansas Inst week. Our readers cm not toitipSaln it Want of new in onr paper as it is now furnished. Uvory item of the most in- testing new In the world during each wcuK, is published in this paper, Andy Frazer has returned f"Oyoung i.ouiiinvar lias eomo outox the west," looking as bright ami good 'humored as orer. lie called on the Comity Paper last .Monday. Tho Mound City News gives a Tory full and interesting historical, descrip the, nud statistical account of Holt Co, and of Mound City especially, in last wcuks numser. A writer from Minnesota Valley In 'onus the If. C. News that ninny p?.o pie there are about to follow Uncle Horace's advice, "Oo west.youug man! (Jo west J" Messrs. Walters nud Keuaedj, wfw formerly but...

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. — 4 March 1881

1IUL1I 1)1' YOUlt IIKAI) I. IKK A MAN. It the stormy winds should rustlo While you tread the world's highway 8tlU aalnst them bravely tin sic, Hopo amt labor day by day. Filter not, no matter whether There U suuthtnc, storm or calm, Anil In every kind of weather, Hold your head up like a u an. It brother should deceive you, And tlionld act ft traitor' part, Never let hi treason grieve you Jo along with llehtsomcheartt Fortune seldom follows fawning, Uolilne.'s la the only plan, Hoping for a better dawning, Hold your head up like a man. Earth, though e'er so rich and mellow, Yields not for the worthless drone, Hut the bo'.d and honest fellow, He can shift and stand alone: Cpurn tho kuavo of every nation, i Always do the best you can, And no matter what your station, Hold your head tip like a man. THE WIFE'S WAUE. lUrttorilCoJMtit. "Well, Nettie, what do vou want?" said Mr. Jarvit to his wlfo, who stood lookinc rather anxiously at him, after ho had patd tho factory haiuls their week's...

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. — 4 March 1881

DIDN'T KNOW. He K&ve me knife one day at school, Four-Mailed, the handle of pearl And ertat black words on the wrapper atd . "For the datllngest little girl." I wu glad t Ob, yes, yet tbo crimson blood I To my young check came and went, And my heart tlmrapcd wondrouely plt-a-pat, lint I didn't know what It meant. One night he said I must Jump on his slcJ, For the snow was falling f aU; I was halt afraid, bnt he coaxed and coaxed, And he got me on at last. Laughing and chatting la teeny glee, To my home his coureo lie bent; My eUtcrs looked at oach other and smiled, But I didn't know what It meant. The years pasted on and they touched his eye With a shadow of deeper blue; They Rave to his form a manlier grace To bit check a swarthier huo. Wo stood by the dreamily rippling brook, When the day was almost spent, His whispers were soft as the lullaby; And now I kpow what It meant I ritACriCAL SCIENCE Fire Damp. Mr. rilmsoll suggests that fire-damp should bo withdrawn from mines by yl...

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. — 4 March 1881

W .J.ilfti!!ll.lJJIllU.illlllJJJJ. I5 TUB , . QPJJNTY PAPER, SY nAVr.NPOHT a nonVNS. OREGON, MO. Lntrred atthe PostolSct at Oregon, Mo., ui itcnnJ-clMi matter. Terms of Sulisoriptlou! TTTO DOLLARS A YEAR IN ADVAKCE. Advertising Rate, llilcli ae,vcry reusonablo, when tho larce elr cnlMlounfltlP.CoUNTV I'APKK Is.coiisldrrril will bejnado known on application to the Pub- Money nmy bo sent at our risk by I'oiteBlcc .order, draft or rsltorcd letter. Cumsponilptiea and new. nre alwajn iJeMrol, but letter! mutt be brief and must Lave the renulne name of the author, not tur publication but iu a guarunty of god faith. Communications In the Intercut ot candidate will be cbvrRi-d for nt the wit ot three cents ,.r word. cash In advance Obituary poMry wilt b charged tor at the rate cf ten cunts per line and tho Cash must nMo'mpatiy tho manuscript. Rejected manuscript wilt not he returned. Ulteri (or publication should reach in by Tnesday 11.011 to Intuni Insertion In that week's Viper. All let l...

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. — 4 March 1881

M ntgomury & Jtoockor, BANKERS A.N'l) UKOKKKS. oiinooa, Missouri!, Loin Money, Uuy Notes. Draw Ilrafts on Ml fiiU'lpitt cities, and I'ollefclltns promptly ianlev ray taxes for nim-ruiMents t Loans iictfotliltJ. on real estate, and liivttttnciits made tin favors. tie terms, Intorc-.t allowed m 'rime Deposit. Frazcr & McDonald FOflUST CVTV, MISSOjL'JH, rnKAKSAlTH H KPiier.l lianklnir hnslneso X, Sells exchangs on .Iho .elder rjtloi of til United Stutpn uhil Ktiropc. Allnwa Inlmst o Uf poills wliPii left HS.eelUed lime, Cullcctlali tkCalvs rare fill attention. U. Jl. KKA'l'll. V. McDOVAIJt. 1'HmiUK.sr. J. T. THATCH Kit, M. 1). UOMtEOl'ATlIIST AM) .SUIU5KOX, OUKtlON, IIIIiSOL'ltt, OFF!PK.-.At residence, two dourj north J -A. h.ev.t't Nloru j formerly re.ldeae. of f.ril (Iran, 2 ' -r-c A.UOLIN, M. V. U.A, PIK()ENnAIIM,A.M.,M.II GoHlin & Fiegenlmuin, MIVSlClAKs AND SOUOKONS, ORMiOX. MO. sUI-TICE Oyednor aouth f Bunk, up-stsln . C. VKVVeil. 0. (!. AIKI1.V, PEPPER & AIKI2X, ...

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. — 4 March 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER, lly DAVKXI'OltTA HOMY Ml. OltEGON, : : ; MO HLKKl. Fair arc the opal snows; and princely stars Waft over thcsjlph-llkc waves their amorous breath. Night broods above the valleya's desert heath; Anil (low returning home from weary wars The Jay hath woven herself a popy wreath. Loud break on Winter' car tho midnight chimes ; Dim burns the diligent hmp, and glows be times Full on the optn hooks that Ho beneath. Now prayerful nature, In cott silence dreesed, Slakes the vigil till morn break o'er rock and hill; Thus hopeful I, though sleep deny me t til 1 Dead joys, cold loves, Ho shroudless In my btcast, Waiting thy reverent sepulture and deep, 0, my Antigone I my sister, Bleep I DAY DAWN. LoKornixow, A wind came up outot tho sea, And said, "0 mists, make room for me." It hailed the ships, and cried, "Sill on, Ye mariners, tho night Is gone." And hurried lsndward far awty, Coylrg, "Awakel It Is the day." It raid unto the forest, "Shout I Hang all your leafy banners out...

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. — 4 March 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER Iljr DAVES TORT & DDHTNH, OBEGON, ; : : MO (FUILDUEN'S COIINEK. THE TALE OF TUB CATTAIL. 3Irpcr' Ilamr. Down In a swamp whcro tho alders bloom, A weary cat-tall hung Its head, 'My htart Is wrapped around with gloom, I would, I would that I were dead 1 Xlfo taeio Is never hilarious, And always somewhat malarious," Bald this discontented cat-tall. 1 "Why am T nut a fair moss rose. That a poet's strain might tell ef me, 'Or a maiden press me to her nose, And gently, tenderly smell of me I Oh, now I bemoan my humble walkl" And a large tear trickled down the stalk Of tho sorrowful, weeping cat-tall. "But slnco my lot with grief Is rife, Blnco fate, cruel fato so decrees, I'll do my best, and the orange of Ufa I will most thoroughly iqucezv, And I'll lift my head I will, Indeed And put oft for a period golug to f ccd," Said this very virtuous cat-tall. 80 It pushed aside the green leaves that Surrounded it like a cloiet, And the neighboring plants were astonished at 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. — 4 March 1881

The Capital llenwval Hill wan defeat ed. Lot it rest in peace. There aio now just 04,000 miles of railway in tlx- United States. 7.601 miles were, made last year. Tharearc 9,(XX),000 voters nid X 000,000 people in the Union, ,or jl-2 pcoplo to every voter. Thu population increases but 1! million a year, 160,000 per month or fi,o00per day. Our ConRrosstn.au, Ford, has the credit of ImvlHg.&upginted a bill In the Hotuo that Ifjpusscd u 111 give the whole people moru satisfaction than all the legislation Mnce the war It Is known us Ford's Postal Telegraph 1J1I1. Although St. Louis Is so much near er to Northwest Missouri than Cineln- iiati. yet the Cincinnati paper arrive Jicre regularly at the same time as the Nt.Louls. So also do the Chicago paper. In nothing does St. Louis show inferior energy more than In that. Morning papers published over flCH) miles farther off even outstrip her in getting here as do the Chicago. Wortii Trylrig. Some Dfleen yearn ago it farmer while pulling ...

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. — 11 March 1881

VOLUME XVI. OREGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1881. .NUMBER 40. Mr Wilson bus bought thu fmmo feotiso, now occupied by him, of Henry Richards. -Somo lengthy communications nr crowded out,. this week. It cannot bo avoided s acols proelons. 'Tho Lever," o( Plattburg, gl e Senator Wt a skinning for his letter against submitting Prohibition to the pooj)l. The hanging of the. Talbrtt t boys has been postponed until after the su premo court shall have reviewed the once. Dr. Chester Evans has returned from St. Jos- ph wliero ho ha lieen at tending Lectures, lie taken charge of the H nekberry s hool for the summer. It is hinted around hut a partner ship Sas been formed by and between Jud.'o D r.lel Zool- ami thn Honoiablu John W. Stokes, allot Holt county, Mo. Wo think there Is an ordinance against firing off guns and pistols within the ll'i.Its of the town, yet, oc casionally, tho reports of firearms, dis charged In town, nru heard. -Wo hear of any number of It. R. accidents nil around u...

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. — 11 March 1881

CHILDREN'S CORNER. HIMHUOWS. Itfe. Wr.U Kit on the telegraph wires, Andchltter, and flitter, ami fold their wings. Mi)t)C they think that for them and tbclr.-ircs Stretched always, on purpoee, those wonder ful Urine. .And perhaps the thought that the world In spires Jlitl plan for the birds nmeng other Ih ngs. Little blrJs slton the slender lines, And the news of the world runs under their feet; How value rises, and now declines, How kings with their atmles in battle meet; And all the while, 'mid the soundless signs, They chirp their imall gotstplngs, foolish sweet. Little things ll;ht on the Ho" ' our lives Hof.es and J1) and acts of to-day; And we tbluk that for these the Lord oon trlves, Nor catch what the hidden llghtnlnes say. Vet from end to end his meaning arrives, And his word :un underneath all the way. Is life only wires and llsbinlnes, tLcn, Apart from that which about It clings! Arc the thought and the works and the pray ers of men Only sparrow that light on QoVs telegra...

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. — 11 March 1881

Bocnr. The wares are breaking on the beach, And on th soft, wet sand I lUnd, Far ont as human iIrW can reach The ocean stretches from tho Ian.. What Is It that ye seek to reach) Cold, curllnjr, crested waves that roar An nmntetrnptable speech Along the endless, wreck-strewn shore! "Ob, tell me that beyond the cca. A peaceful harbor lies 1" I wall. A mock Ins? echo answers me, "Lies I lies!" and I can see no sail. Film, GARDEN AND HOUSEHOLD. How to 1'CNt C'oWSi Tho difllaulty of establishing tho valuo of crtch cow in tho tlnlry is not ns groat ns is gcnornlly supposed. Tho method usunlly employed is to weigh each cow's milk upon a spring scale as soon as it is drawn, and boforo pouting it into tho general receptacle. A small record-book, containing tho nanio of each cow, and column for dato, weight of milk, etc., renders it a comparative ly easy matter. To get a fair avorago through tho year ono week's trial for each month is sufficient. In making tests for butter it is only necessar...

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. — 11 March 1881

TUB COUNTY PAPER, ST AVEX,I,Q;c Jfe TiOMYNS. ihikhi UUON, Mo. uhytd atfj I't'ituflloe at Oregon, Mo., ui stcind-vlaM matter. Terms of Subscription! TITO DOLLARS A VKAlt IN ADVAN'CK. Advertising Rntes, t.'lilrh are t ry re ann.ible. when the large clr (illation of tiik County I'Arxit l.s,coushlerc.l will bo mmlo known on application ,to the I'uli IMicn. Money may be sent at our rlk iff At""lcc order, draft or rccUtrrtvl Ictte t. 0'rrt'Mondrnca nnit news are always desired, lint letters must lie brief and tust hae tlif Kcnnlno name, n( the nutlny. not to; .publication but an u ituaranty of ismul fault. ('iitniMiitilcatlttn In the Interest of rur.illil.itr will be riii! rend (or at tlir r,U o( thrco ccnti vrruord.ca.sli In advance. Obituary piwtry villi br jcltarsed for at tlir rat of lett cents .per lino and llio fash must accompany tlm matu-.c.flpt. Kcleetedlnaiuserliit will not be returned. Letters for publication should reach us by Titt"ilay n. on to Insure Insertion In that week's...

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