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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 1 December 1876

Ya-,-.. V ... . - Vi i il i t . i funsri which has served the purposes .... i .. the noisoncrs ot the middle ages. T Cook Touijh ziai. j trouble will always lie with the1" ry and. meat tan be : discriminate and unwary gatherer. ' literature the two clashes shade into C other by such imperceptible gradaf11 that no scientific rule can If app . All kinds of cooked quicker by adding to the water in which they are boiled a little vinegar or piece of a lemon. lly the u-e of an aeid there will be considerable .-saving of itiel as well as shortening of time. Its action is beneficial oa old, tough meat.-, rendering them quite tender and ea.-y to le digested. Tainted meats aril fowls will lo their bad t:i-.fe and odor if J coottd In this way, and if not used too freely, m ta-te or it will be acquired. severe climate and unkind mi;1 of his na tive place. S L'j'U Ity'tUbim. Till: I SI I; fin S tip MZA l II . be that tho ri.-e of fiom three or four cents within the pa-t we.-k was brought hj spec...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 1 December 1876

jL v - ' f flu "- t THE HICKMAN COURIER. Till DAY, : DEC 1, 1876. Advertiser mutt send in thtir favors iy8 o'clock Tliursday morning to in sure their appearance in Iridays paper. JOii WORK. . The Courier Office Is now thoroughly furnished with new Job Ttpf; also, a full supply of Letter, Notk and Hill-IIkap Tapek, Carps, &c , ami can do work in the nsateet style aud at city prices. Wanted. We want the local news f your'vicinity.tjsuch as births, marri ages, deaths, . improvements, slate of arops, eto. If your neighbor has a large bog, ot a finejeow, or a pood crop of cot ton or corn, let tin know it. ' Remember the Auctiou, next Mon day, at G. Rice's. Always read the advertisements, a- they inform you where you may obtain bargain 9. The Hickman Kpiscnpal Sunday 6tfu:ol have elected to ha?e a Christmas tree this year. Conductor J n n. Davis, was killed at uutiiri, K.y., while coupling some cars, last week. He ws at one time well Known here. JtrwemLer to attend the losinr out Auct...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 1 December 1876

' fS- - ' 'ft 4 f i.' nanarwDoani .-. I --n 11-::.', HICKMAN COURIEU. PCBLT8HK YERT WT.KK BY GEO. tvtxren. OFFICE : Clinton street, next'door to N. P. ITarness & Co.'s Hardware store : rp STAIRS. 7 he OldtstXewspaperin Wttrrn Ktnlurky. George Warren, Klior. Price of Subscription, 2. FRIDAY, PEC. 1, IIoiv. TUin, nHd ItjlWIiom lie Will be InatiitHiateil. The whole country has been on the highest" excitement to know, in the event, the extremists succeed in fraud nlenlj counting the electoral votes of .South Carolina, Louisiana and Florida for Hyes, what course, Tilden and the Democrats, will pursue. Th answer is plain they will act with unanimity nod one accord, and tbeir programme will be accompli?hed peaceably and quietly. Th House, which is Democratic, will meet the Senate, at the appointed day, to assist ia counting the electo ral vot. If the President of the Seu te arbitrarily insi-ts on the Republi - ic, ""; - j can ide of couotins; the three disputed ateg, the IIoae7vriliid-...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 8 December 1876

0 V, ' VU1SB1SXT VAltAOItAPUS There was a drily humorous Scotch iude who . rrefacei a sentence on female criminal in this fashion : Honest woinaa, what made you steal yourneign- bor's cow ?" ' 'Capt. Bedford Pim, M . I'., told his constituents in England t'.e other day that one sailor oDly in each of England 25,000 vessels was an Englishman, and that the foreign crews in the next war would navigate the ships to ihcir own port. i Oxlt a few days ago a little boy died " 'of hydrophobia in New York city, and oa Saturday another was killed by the . same dread disease. In the latter in stance the lad had recently been bitten ' by a cat, and that the ailment really was hydrophobia is attested by Mr-. Ham- raond and Flint, beside the attending physician. That cats can have this dis ease has been strenuously denied, but v - this care seems to be indisputable. " Tobacco leaves" for the manufacture of cigars are row being produced in New York by the progress of chemical science". The material...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 8 December 1876

HOME INTERESTS. App' Pie. Tate apples that are very tart, slice ' thin ; line a deep pan with rich crust, and heap with sliced applet; epmkle witk mgar, dredge Hour over until white, prate in plnty of nutmeg, put in bait a teacup i f hot wa:er, cover with crust and take. Fickling Callage. First pic all large leavestoff, the grate them nicely, then put them on and boil until tender, take tbc-m out am1 drain until all the water b out; then take vinegar, pepper, all-pice, tc., onr teacupful of sugar to every quart of vin egar, or more i your vinegar is very htrong, boil it five or ten minute?, then pour it on the cabbage, put ou a weight to press down, and Ket away for use. v" Eidiilng House of Vermin. The Journal of Chemistry says the fol lowing is fatal to all sorts of verrniu that prove such a vexation of fe-pirit to the good housekeeper: Two pounds of aium dissolved in three or four quarts of boil ing water. Let it remain over the fire till all the alum is dissolved. Then ap ply it...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 8 December 1876

V -J ' - - V h 11 THE HICKMAN COURIER. FRIDAY. DEC 8. 187G AJrrrtitrr mvt vml in their favor bv8 nchtrk Thursday mnrntvq tn mure their appearance in Friday' paper. J till WORK. The Comma Orririt Is now thoroneMv furBlahed with new .TfB Ttpf; also, a full apply of Letter, Not and Bill Hkai Papc. Canns. &c , and can do work in the neatest style and at city prices. WANTten We want the local new of yourTicinity,T8uch as births, marri age, death. improvement!, state of crops etc. If your neighbor has a larpe hog, or a nnejcow, or a (rood crop of cot Ion or corn, let us know it. jLocal Xcns. The colored TipHst Asfopiation of this District is to hold its next annual session at Hickman. frjome prominent c5ti7et are freely MBTMftn; Dr. F. M. Usher's name for the Legislature. He is a pool man, and would make a good representative. The b'hoys are prcparine for a tough little fizht over the municipal taction. Let peace, courtesy and person al friendship prevail. The average of whent in thi ...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 8 December 1876

" i c HICKMAN CO UU IKK. PCBLI8HCI XTERT WEEK ItT GEO. WAEEEN. OFFICE : Clinton street, next door to N. P. Harness & Co.'s Rardware store: Vr STAIRS. Ike OldettNtatpaperin Wntn-ti Kentwhy. George Vtarroii, Editor. Price of Subsieriplio.i, mi pay. THE LATEST. OREGON ELECTS TILDEN. Louisiana C'oiinletl for 1 1 ayvH. The Republican Conspiracy Scoirlicd. Drmoci atlc Ou-sre at HorU. The telegraphic news of yesterday an nounces that the Counting Hoard of Ore "1" I pon decided in the contested electorship -,; ! to issue the certificate of election to the : : PEC. 8. IB7C democratic elector, and that he met the SaMCEL RaSD.M.I., of Til., has boon ! college at the appo:nteJ hour an 1 cast his ploeted Ppeaker Of the House of Con- yote for Tilden and Hendricks. This e,reP8 gives Tilden the required 1S5 tttt-s anil makes his election certain, regardless of the vote of Louisiana, Florida, or South TnB Democratic town of Lebanon, Tenn., k surprised on n fair count, to find that three of the f...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 15 December 1876

V i ' 4 w Tr TllK llOVSKHOLli. . , ' 'I '' 7 i I p if. .1 1 ti Sn'SMxos in the channel o the Mis sissippi rear New Madrid show that binder the main current it is from eighty to one hundred and eight feet deep, e ki;iiig from highwator mark. I x Xew Zealand there are five kundred -and f .rtv-nine miles of railroad open for traffic, and three hundred and eighty ihr. c- miles in progress. It is proposed expend over five million dollars dur '? the current ye;ir, cbi-jflv iu com-Jd.-I.1n5 tlie work in progress. " lllK Sil-! r '-'I in Jamaica' ill be n n.ouH tub, year in s.e parishes, the m having l net only abundant, but seasonable Hh .1 , Vre i 1,11 " lhe ""S'T planters are , V't'i K,.y he exlrvngance and waste nl i 1 , c ,nny by thff government, forces payment of capital and fc from those emra:ed in ldantin- :. "There is little doubt thm. i-wion.i "v.ould take action in ease of war to se cure Constantinople against capture, i-en it ..he di.l not send troops to hold e city, Bhe would do...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 15 December 1876

-., , ,,.ti - ;-v ;c ""V iLii w- - x- r . G1 PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE, To the Senate oud IIouiO of kejc emula tive: la tubmittin? my eighth find '. a.ii'.:ai mtMsaee to congress, it heeins jiriiper that J should reftfr to, and in some uekTee reeap't ulate the events and official aeu of the ims' eight years. Itwpomy fortune or ci:sf..r tune to be called to the office c f t hit f eteoit tive withoat any o!itii-at turuiuir. Frotv. the aare of sevente-ti, 1 had t.ever even :t nessed the excitement iittend nir a j.ios'.h i. tial cani:istu but ti.-e antecedent to my own eandidaey, and but one of them w... eligibie as a voter. Fnder such c:rctiMi-t ! ces it is but reasonable to si:tjo-.e that tiie errrs of judirment n!Ut have oirurr. d even bad there cot been a di!!rren e rf ojiini-jn bL tween the executive, bound by an oat ii to the rtriet pen'.irinanee of his duties, ai'.d th; writers and debater. hich i:iut h e ar:.:. n. It is uot necessary evidence of plunder on tlie j.att f the eitcutive b...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 15 December 1876

THE HICKMAN COURIER. nu pay. DEC 15. ISTC.j Atlwrtitrr mut m nd in their favor by 8 o'rhjck Tliurmlay mnrnivq to in txre their appearance tit. Friday' paper. jon WORK. The CoritiKK Office Is now thoroughly famished with new Job Type; also, a full apply of Letter, Note and Bill-Hkai. I 4PK a. Caws, &c , and can lo work in the neatest style ami at city prices. Wanted We want the local news f your'visinity, "such at births, marri ages, deaths, improvements!, state of orops, etc. If your neighbor Inn a large kog. or a finejeow, or a pood crop uf cot ton or corn, let 119 know it. JLoCill 'cmvs. Mrs. II. H. Green, of Obion, jjrtve birth to twin boys, last week. ll W. Tail, killed u hot lust - " One of JuJe Boone's children ilieJ in Mayficld lift week. Thirty six enows are prtdicteJ for ; Ibis winter. j C ol. Prank Dnffie, one of the editors of the Tennessee press, will it is j aid, goon start a paper in l'aducah. i Mr. John I. Moore, fortnorly of IJiekniaH. and Miss Minnie Walker, wf ...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 15 December 1876

7 - 'j.ifc,t 4. 0 HICKMAN COURIER. rcKiBBBi imi WMK BT S GEO. AV.viiriKr. OFPICE : Cllaton itrett, next door to N. P. Harness & Co.'s Hardware store: CP 8TAIS. The Old, it Xeu-ipayer in M'flern Km tuekv. George Warren, Editor. Price of Subscript ion. $2. TliK 4'h of March will decide wh i to be the Pre-ident. Wait Til Jen fAYrs oa V.it" i tlie shape Tin: iih:sim:.4 v. A IVon-I'HifiHan View of Uie IleNiiltM. The onrlP ,r !---tlciana ! Mar. I'oll- the Democrats cJw.ttctl them, etc. The liuc of argument can he well imagined Hence, we say the public mind can remain quiet, ami not suffer the polit ieal excitement of the day to harrass their business propped. The people waut pence, anil they will have ir in siite of politicians. win i mat if e i.i i' i i'.s, quart' Fiultl. nr-idie nri't pe-ii-eilde resource, ,d hall have ma te up the is-ueand fa -j, u imii (h emse ve la in a subuiissionist. but n, fart lit I't mpcr nl T Iaitisi Z'ltHH fixiiitjeui mi (Kj,l, The New Vnik Herald a-suniit...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 22 December 1876

LiljliHtiXT PARAGRAPHS. It apears that a bulging brow is not so much the sign of a great man as a threatening breadth of mouth. Some delicate varieties of fish which disappeared from Mobile bay during the war, are now returning. It is thought the cannonading and torpedo explosions drove thetn off. - Drying the past. Summer an English missionary yacht called the Evangelist, traversed the southern coast of England, .and !iril-uted bibles and testaments un -vsniov languages, and other religious reada to all the vessel it met. Germany grows faster than any coun try in Europe except Great Brittata. It now has 42,726,844 people, tld has been sixty years in doubling. The greatest increase was in Saxony. There is an ex cess ol 3i2,7S0 females over males. Prof. TIcxley, having, at a London lecture, the other night, given sorte 'stricking instances of the ill effect on ; public he-tlth of neglect of drainage, showed, by the caw of the town of 'Salisbury, that consumption, which 'wns snore fat...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 22 December 1876

XUVTH CONGRESS. SECOND SESSION. Wabhinotos, December 4. The interest t.f the public in the opening proceedings of the senate was not to ereat as that in the house, though the galleries were well filled before noon. When the senate was called to order the new members were sworn in and th two from Colorado drew for iheir respec tive terms. Ohafle secured the long tt-rni, ending March 4. 187', and Teller the short erm, ending 1877. Committees were ap pointed to notify the president and house that the senate was ready for business, and a recess taken till one o'clock. Vpon reassem bling Mr. Edmunds submitted the following resolution, which was read and ordered to be printed and lie on the table: Whereas. It is provided by section 2 of article XIV of the amendments of the constitution of the United States that the representatives fchall be apportioned among the several states ac cording to their respective numbers, count ing the whole number of persons in each ntate, excluding Indians no...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 22 December 1876

' - r f mju n.u 1 TO E HICKMAN COURIER. rj LI DAY, : DEC 187 -A Ivrtiscr muff f ml in their fivor by 8 o'clock Tliurtulny morning to in rure their appearance in Friday' paper. Jon won ft. "Sj.ie rnrniEH Office Is now thoroughly "fvirnished with new Job Tvpf; nlso, a full upply of Lktter, Not and KiT.L-He.ti JF'aur, Carps, &c , and ran do work in the ieatft style and at city prices. Wanted We want the local news -of ynur'vlciaity.-Jsiicli as births, marri ages, deaths, improvements, glut of crops, etc. If your neighbor has a large bog, or ft finejeow, or a good crop of cot ton or corn, let us know it. No Taper Next Week. There vwill be no paper issued from this office ! week. We regret to miss a nnm ""ber, but the printers desiring to enjoy the Christmas hoji lays, we are compelled to adjourn school for one week. Our .next issue will be Jan. 5. The Hickman Flou;inr Mil! wil , ,..i rn. nn.n.: , i . J it.OIION HATTIM), 121 ceuts per poun Times are pettine better iu spite ot'j QL'II...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 22 December 1876

" A ' TS E HICKMAN COURIER. -i II DAY, DEC 22. 187r. JLi Iver titer riut t?n7 in their favor by 8 o'clock lliv.rfdny morning tn in. , sure their appearance in Friday paper. Jon iron ft. 5?)e Coirier Office Is now thoroughly "furnished with new Job Type; also, a full upply of Letter, Not and Kill-Heap J pir. Carps, Ac , and can do work in the ten! style and At city prices. Wantei We want the local news -of your'vicinity.-Jsnch as births, marri ages, deaths, improvements, state of crops, etc. If your neighbor has a large hog, or finejcow, or a good crop of cot ton or corn, let us know it. No Taper Next Week There -ill be no paper issued from this office nex. week. W'e regret to miss a num Ter, hut the printers desiring to enjoy the Christmas hoi lays, we are compelled o adjourn school for one week. Our next issue will be Jan. 5. mi if i t-i ... 1 he Hickman llou.injr Mills wi I ready for operation again to-day. Time? are getting- tetter iu spite of politics and cold weather. The elect...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 22 December 1876

x- --' - fMJ 4 HICKMAN eouicuiu. FCBHSUKI TEM WSSK Bt CSO. AVVliRKT. OFFICE : ' .aton street, next door to N. P. Harness & Co.' 3 Hardware store: vr 8TA1R8. f'i O'.dret Stirsuf er in Wetltrn Ktnlnrkt. George Warren, K;lHr. l iri" of gaI)eriiUoii, 82. IUdIy, T7777PEC. 22 I8TG THAT "rebel claim" busine is dead r.io. That "rebel" Democratic Con fess killed it. Tuesday, by 130 to C3 The Governor of Oregon is in Washington prepared to d-fond Li? r ttion by a multitude of authority. D r mocbat ic "state Conventions ore be held in the Northern States, Jan. S to consider the situation. The Southero Democrats are report c-.l conservative, but firm. They are V-ting the Northern Democrats do all ihe talking. - GeoTw. JlTian, the founder of ,he Republican party, said in a speech vant to have no affiliation with Demo .-vats, if they are so rnsiUnirnou as to :,Mow their victory to be wrestieu iron. hem. TKnnasnds who never e.- jk ;publicans feel ju st like Mr. Julian PorKE. that Democratic me...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 22 December 1876

At ; L i HICKMAN COUUlliU. fJBtI8UE C7EET WESK BY OFFICE : ' lalon street, next door to N. P. Harness k Co.'s Hardware store: rr STAIRS. T ' Oldftt S'tirsUf tr in Wttitrn Kenurly. CJeorge lVarren, S:;lilr. ""riot. f $-uleriUon, 2. Lr7lDY, : : : : : 22 1876 That "rebel claim" business is dead .r.in. That "rebel" Democratic Con ; press killed it, Tuesday, by 1")0 to 63 The Governor of Oregon is in Washington prepared to d-feod bis rttion by a multitude of authority. Democratic State Convention? are - be held in the Not fhern States, Jan. S, to consider the itu-tion. The Southern Democrats are report cd conservative, but firm. They are Vtingthe Northern Democrats do all ihe talking. ' Gko. W. Julias, the founder of the )5epubliean party, 'said in a speech ?r"TB tmmappMyr-' tU,r-.d 1 ..rant to have do affiliation with Pemo mts, if they are fo rnsilanimos s to :.M0W ,heir victory to be wrestled from I em" Thousands who never were republican feel justjike MrJulian CorKETthat Democratic me...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 12 January 1877

THE TWO AX O ELS. T JOHN O. WH1TT1IR. y Kiod called tht nearest angel who dwell wUU Him abore: The teoderwt one was'flty, the deareot one was Lore. t '"Arias," hataid, "my angel! a wall of woeand In Steal through the gates of heaven, and ladUeni all within. " M7 harps take up the mournful (train that from a lost world swells, moke of torment cloud the light and blight : the i hodels. ' Vj downward to that under world, and on Its eoula of pain et Love drop smiles like sunshine, and Pity tears like rain t" Two faces bowed before the throne veiled in their golden hair; Four white wines lessened swlitly down the dark abyss of air. The way was strange, the flight was long; at last the angels eauie Where swung the lort and nether wrld, red wrapped in rayless flame. There Pity, shuddering, wept ; but Love, with faith too strong for fear. Took heart from Uod's almightinefs and smiled a smircof cheer. And lo! that tear of Pity quenched the flame where on it teil. And, with tbe sunshine of th...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 12 January 1877

AGItlCVTVKAL. Th CvndlttanofngUh farmer. Am the reason why American farmers ught to be contented, the Agriculturist gliea thu account of the farmer in Eng land : "He does not own his land, ex cept la Tery rare instances, and is obhg d not only to pay a yearly rental ol twenty dollar to twenty-five per acre, tut to ieep the hardly worked land m good condition, is forced to employ a working capital of at least fifty dollars an cre, to be expended in' artificial fert li VAii. He is prohibited by law fromkill irS wild animals, such as rabbits, hares, Jxes, partridge and pigeons, while his rata and dogs are killed by his landlord's Earekeeper, lest they might kill the .rme, This game feeds on his crop?, and he must submit to see his fields sometimes ravaged by them. He is obliged to raise euch crops as his land lord considers best lor the land. He is bound to all these requirements exacting lease, which makes hpecies of serf to his landlord." by an him a M'lnnt out Ovod Sent. The labor o...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 12 January 1877

t Vi V " -5 ,- - fw:,! .V p. jsi 1 m L m ' '" V X. THE HICKMAN COURIER. FRIDAY, JAN. 12, 1877. Advertiser must send in their favors byoo clock Thursday morning to tn ture their appearance in Friday paper. JOII WORK. The Cockier Offick Is now thoroughly furnished with new Job Type; also, n full ""PP'j f I.kttkr, Note and Lili.-Hkah Paper, Cards, &c , and can do work in the neatest style and at city prices. Wanted We want the local new of youricinity, Jsuch as births, niarri a e,J deaths, improvements, Hlnte of crops, etc. If your neighbor has a large hog, or a finejcow, or a good crop of cot ton or corn, let ns know it. The railroad" from New Madrid to Little Hiver, is being rapidly completed. Mr. Kker, living iu II icknian coun ty, was killed last week, by the falling of a tree, which he had cut. The aatue of Fros-t Station on the H. A N. W. Railroad, has been chauged to Martin. The oldest inhabitants say the Mis ; eiisippi was neTer frozen over at Hick man, before last Monday n...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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