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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 8 September 1905

Incroased Demand fgr Light The development of any new Illumi nating process appears not to affect the demand for light In other forma. The electric light, both arc and Incan descent, has been added to gas rather than substituted for It. More gas has been burned in proportion to Ui3 population of American cities, since Brush and Edison made their discov eries than formerly. The use of oil for lamps Increases, notwithstanding gas, electricity, acetylene gas and de vices such as the Incandescent burner, which produce far more light with it given quantity of illuminating fluid. Cleveland Leader. Auto Auctions. In London the business of auctioning off automobiles of all vlutages niu been established for moro than two years and the scale on which it has been done is eye-opening. The extern of such transactions may be imagined from the fact that It is said that one house alone in the world metropolis shows an averago weekly turnover o.' 150,000. The establishment In ques tion seldom houses...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 8 September 1905

This Week A SALE. OF Specialties And will ..continue for one -week, or until closed out. Buy while they are cheap, val ues will surely increase. Prices we make ton this Sale you .cannot duplicate anywhere. Buy now, wisdom says "Don't Wait." Dry floods, Ladies' Dress Goods, Panamas and Mohairs, 50-inr.hcs, in black, brown, blue and gray, worth .S0 cents per yard, now 5oc. 8-inch Worsteds, colors, worth 20 cents, ,o (or 10 cents. 3C-inch fancy Wors ted, worth 35 cents, go for 20 cents. Ginghams cheaper than Calicos, 20 pieces worth 1-3 cents, will 0 for ,5 cents; 10 pieces worth 10 cents, .will po for 7 cents. You Will Need Them Soon. They will save you from 2 1-2 to J& cents per yard. Outings and Domits, .white, light, .dark and fancies 6 1-2 cents go for . cents: 8 1-3 cents go for 6 1-4 'cnts: 10 cents go for 8 1-3 cents, ,12 cents go Jor 10 cents. Columbia Broadcloth in light, .bright blue, 50-inch, very fine, worth -.$1.25, go for 75 cents. Table Cloths and Napkins. No. 310, ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 15 September 1905

1 Morgan County Democrat. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Sixth Year. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, Sept. 15, 1905. No. 37: POPPER'S CORN CONTEST ? Take Place at the Versailles Street Carnival. The Greatest in the History of Morgan County. The Corn crop of 1905 is one of the greatest in the history of Morgan County. In 1897, 1898 and 1899 we had what we could call at that time, considering everything, a successful corn show. This year ought to be the Banner of them all. The corn raisers are again called upon to show what they have done this year, and will again be rewarded by receiving NINE LIBERAL PRIZES. Each and every man is entitled to bring 12 Ears to the entry of White Corn, Yellow Corn, or Mixed Corn. All the samples must be in our possession by Monday, October 2nd, at 5 p, m. HERE ARE THE PRIZES WHITE First Prize; - Second Prize, CORN. $5.00 in Merchandise 2.50 Third Prize. - - 1.00 YELLOW CORN. First Prize, - - $5.00 in Merchandi...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 15 September 1905

tohe DEMOCRAT Published Krrrj Friday Mornlnr. TII.I.MAN III U K. ProyrlHom. VERSAILLES. MISSOURL Last year the English Olblo soclotf bad the Bible translated Into 12 mors languages, making the total number of langupgos In which tt may now be read 390. The Italian government has taken formal control of the railway llnoa which hare lieen opemted under pri vate coriwratlons and which wero luot sprint; ilirocied to return to govern Burnt ownership. The work of collecting the remain! of the men of the British forces who fell in the I!o?r war has now been completed, in spite of the great dlffl ciiltles necessitated by the cnornioita area to be searched. The number of graves opened was 2,480, and about 5,000 bodies wero rclnterrod in tho cemeteries at Pretoria, Johannesburg, Lydenbnrg and other plnces. Few persons outside the Carnegie household have any idea of Mrs. Car negie's solicitude for the material comforts of her husband. In past years the laird of Skibo looked after all sorts of m...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 15 September 1905

BAD BOY She Bad Boy Find Germany Very Much like Milwaukee He Flays Mumblety Peg with, the Oerman Princes He Entertains the Royal Family with "a Trick." BY HON. GEORGE W. PECK. EX'Govcmor of Wisconsin, Former Editor of Pock's Bun, Author of "Peck's Bad Boy," Ktc.) (Copyright, I'M, by Joseph B. Bowles.) Berlin, Germany. My Dear, Old Pummernlckel. Now we have got pretty near home, and you would en Joy it to be with us, because you couldn't tell this town from Milwaukee, except for the military precision with which everything is conducted, where you never take a glass of beer without cracking your heels together like a sol dier, and giving a military salute to the bartender, who is the commander-.in-chiptf of all who happen to patronize hi3 bar, everybody here acts like he was at a picnic in the woods, with a large barrel of beer with perspiration oozing down the outside, and a spigot of the largest slzo, which fills a schooner at one turn of tho wrist, and every man either smiles or la...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 15 September 1905

i MORGAN COUNTY DEMOCRAT. I'UHUSUED EVERY FRIDAY NORNINO. TILLMAN & DUFF, Editor and Proprietor Woodt'BlomJc, Second Floor 'Phone No. I3S. HnWription 1 year, in advnnei " 0 mos " " .91 00 . r.oc r.titorod in Post Ofllce at Versailles, Missouri, as second class mnll matter. V. J. Williams, formerly of the Linn Creek News, has taken the management of the Harnett Kntcrprisc. "Now they tell us," says the Carthage Press, "that eggs contain microtlcs. Hcing a microbe in certain eggs must be a very unpleasant job." The Missouri veterans of the Mexican war will hold their annual convention with the reunion of old settlers of Audrain county, which takes place September 13 and 14. Colonel "Bill" Phelps has gone to Europe for a stay of several months. During his absence his son will erect a $25,000 stone house on the Phelps farm near Carthage The Howard County Advertiser has changed hands. ,. B. White has sold the paper and good will to H. T. Hurckhartt, former local editor. The Advertiser...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 15 September 1905

Early Fall DRESS GOODS! Our Early Fall Dress Goods are in, they are Better than Ever and Ready for Your Inspection. All the Novelties of the season and at the lowest prices are here. A. For Permanent Relief HERBINE acts diDctly on tho Liver. Jt will cure CONSTIPA TION, DYSPEPSIA, MALABIA AHO CHILLS. Is entirely free from all poisonous mineral substances, and is composed solely of LIFE-GIVING HERBS. Especially adapted for weak and weary constitutions; strengthens the weakened elands and organs; it checks all derangements of the human body. CURED HER SICK HEADACHE Mrs. Josie Cameron, Centralla Avenue, Temple, Texas, writes: " I find IIERMNK nivei me quick telicf, and take pleasure in recommending it to aU women who suffer from sick headache." WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL Fifty Cents A Bottle Avoid All Substitutes Ballard Snow Liniment Co. St. Louis, U. S. A. SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY MUNTZEL DRUG- I GUNN&LUTMAN, A C 5 Office at Court House. 'Phono 100. J. D. HUBBARD, Physician and Surgeo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 15 September 1905

1 ItCurrs Colds, CmisM. Bore Throat, Croup. Intlrj. aura, Wluwplni? Coiif h. Ilronclillls nnl Aftthina, ArertalncuroMrOnnimptlon In flrnt unset, nnd a euro reHeflnailTafircd stages. Uiontumc Ynu will wo 1 lie excellent effect after tnklnirlhQ flrnt ln. Hold br dealer everywhere. Iiri:o bottles ttcunW and &U cent. Baninlo free. AfMrrs KKMl'S UAltf AM. LK 110V, N. T. f 1.1 'llTl-cttatti-ui! llulii(-a('al- I T J tll lr-,h) MolattUHltli IIKNTf I BookKeepinM, Banking, Shorthand,! TYPEWRITING, TELEGRAPHY and I rKXMANIIir. Heiul for scopviif iir frrnl ( atalnrue (linwlhir 111" llltorlor of .1 I OO.IMMI I Mrhonl. a ftiaiilt of VI teachers, ari'l p Htlon.1 A.ldre NATIONAL BUSINESS COLLEGE. I iviiuj n. eta street, uaincr, linnets. RELIGIOUS WORKERS. The Itev. C II. Marshall, jiastor of St. Harnulias' Kjilscuiml church, of Donvcr, Colo , for 31 yrars, has o.llclateil at r.,000 baptisms, 3,500 funurals and 1.700 uetltllngti. A man SO years old, who, by reason of Ills lineage and age, has bo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 15 September 1905

m. 9 Tickled Bla. The major found Remue sprawled out in the blazing sunshine. "You don't seem to mind the heat, Remus V "No, pah; ct Jes' suite me. Do hnttah tt Is de sweeteh de melon grow." "But don't your garden suiter?" "Nuffln In deli now, sab, but 'tatcha. Like to see ct so hot det dcy'd roast right In de ground en den Ah wouldn't hab de trouble ob bulldln' a flah to cook dem." Chicago Dally News. The Smiling Face. Cheerfulness Is one of the great miracle workers of tho world. It c enforccs tho whole man, doubles nnl trebles his power, and gives new tuerta Ing to his life. No man Is a fallmo until ho has lost his cheerfulness, nls outltnl&tlc outlook. Tho man who cur ries a smiling face and keep3 cheerful in tho in 16a t of discouragements, when things go wrong, when tho way is dark and doubtful, Is sure to win. Success aidguzlne. Graft in Nome. Tho Nome Nugget charges govern ment officers with using illegal methods and taking nUvantago of their position to possess themselv...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 15 September 1905

t"!tVip WM. WELL, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Diseases of women and children a specialty. X Ray and Electro Treat ment FOR RHEUMATISM And diseases of the Stom ach. Correspondence re ceives prompt attention. Office in Woods Block, tip stairs. Phone: office 93; residence 5. VERSAILLES, - MISSOURI. Typhoid Fever at Columbia. Mk. Kmtok: I am now in favor of moving the Missouri State Univer ty in its entirety away from Columbia. A people who have had the benefit of about all the surplus money that thou sands of citizens of our great state have been able to earn for many, many years ; who have enjoyed the benefits, all the benefits, that could accrue from the location of a great school in its corporate limits, a school created and supported by the State of Missouri ; people who have daily among them twelve to fifteen hundred jf the promising young men and young women of the state for ten month of every year all paying for the privilege: a people, I say, enjoying these advantages and all other...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 22 September 1905

- t - Morgan County Democrat CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. r Sixth Year. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, Sept. 22. 1905. No. 38. POPPER'S CORN CONTEST t T Will Take Place at the Versailles Street Carnival. The Greatest in the History of Morgan County. The Corn crop of 1905 is one of the greatest in the history of Moigan County. In 1897, 1898 and 1899, we had what we could call at that time, considering everything, a successful corn show. This year ought to be the Banner of. them all." The corn raisers are again called upon to show what they have done this year, and will again be rewarded by receiving NINE LIBERAL PRIZES. Each and every man is entitled to bring 12 Ears to the entry of White Corn, Yellow Corn, or Mixed Corn. All the samples must be in our possession by Monday, October 2nd, at 5 p. m. HERE ARE THE PRIZES OFFERED WHITE CORN. First Prize, - - $5.00 in Merchandise Second Prize, - 2.50 Third Prize. - - 1.00 YELLOW CORN. First Pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 22 September 1905

X5h9 DEMOCRAT PnblOhad Krery Prlday Uuntmw-. TILLMAN nlfPr. yrVMtorf. VERSAILLES. MISSOURI. St. Catherine's lighthouse, Islt of Wight, has just been fitted with a flashlight which Is estimated to to equal to 16,000,000 candle-powsr. In sonio of tho cities of Spain ben gnrs aro licensed to carry on their trade, ltecent figures place the num bcr of beggars in that country at ISO, 2J7, of whom 51,018 aro women. Though nn attempt wns made two years ago to abolish bow3 and arrow u tho national weapons of China, ths work has only been accomplished within the last few weeks. Tho Impe rial archers have existed tip to tho time tho royal edict put them out of business about a mont-h ago. Six live Japanese mlco "arrived t Wilkcsbarre, I'a.. from Nagasaki, Ja pan, having traveled the entire 10,000 miles In n large vase In the center of k crate of chlnaware. They bad man iged to get Into tho crate Iwfore It was sealed to cat the rice straw In which tho ware was packed, and they remained In It, l...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 22 September 1905

A LESSON MANUAL TRAINING MULCTICAL POINTS FOR SOTS WITH AMBITION AND GENIUS. Tarloua Forms of the "Dovetail" Joint Direction! for Practice 'Work Description of Dovetail Connections Which Enter Into Table Work The "Plain Dove tail" The "Lap Dovetail" In struction in Detail. BY JAMES R1TCHET. instructor in Woodworking and, Pattern Making, Armour Institute ofTech nology, Chicago.) ' Copyright, 1906, by Joseph 13. Bowles. Among the many connecting joints Used in carpentry none la of more Im portance than tho dovetail in some of its many forms. In all Its styles its useful feature Is that It Is always self binding in one direction. In contrast, the half-lap joint shown In Fig. 96 "does not bind in any direction. The pleco A may bo lifted out, or it may PIG. 97. be drawn out lengthwise from the re cess Into which it has been iltted in I). In Fig. 97 is shown ono of the two most used forms of the half-lap dove tail joints, in which It will be seen that C cannot bo drawn lengthwise from D, ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 22 September 1905

MORGAN COUNTY DEMOCRAT. 1'UIJMSIIKD EVBUY FRIDAY MOItNINO. TItLMAN Bk DUFF, Editors and Proprietor Woods Block, Second Floor 'Phone No. ISS. HulM:r!ptlun 1 yenr, In advance 81 00 0 inos " " -''Oc Mnturcd In Tost OMce at VorMiIHc-, Missouri, as second class mall matter. J. L. Martin has sold His Tina Hcralil to Frank Coffee. That settles it. McKinley, as acting Governor, did nothing desperate during flow Folk's absence from theState. The matter of a permanent fair and stock show for Mor gan County should not be allowed to lag. Strike while the ironls hot. Uditor Smith of the Chttla News, gives his men readers this advice: "When yon pass a house and a woman waves her apron at you, don't get gay. She may be only driving the flies off the screen door." The Street and County Fair which is to be held in Ver sailles October 3rd to 7th, inclusive, promises to be a bigger thing than was at first anticipated. The premium list is extensive and much interest is being taken in the different feat...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 22 September 1905

Early Fall DRESS GOODS! """""" """" "" a aaaaBMaanaa boms Our Early Fall Dress Goods are in, they are Better than Ever and Ready for Your Inspection. All the Novelties of the season and at the lowest prices are here. A. LIVE STOCK MARKETS AT KANSAS CITY. - thk week's trade reported by clay. robinson & company, live stock oommi8sion Merchants. OFFI0E8 AT OHIOAOO. KAN 6 AO CITY, OMAHA, SIOUX CITY. RT JOSEPH AND DENVER. KANHArt ClTV. Sept. 19, 11X)5. Receipts of cattle thus far this week arc 22,900; last week 41,orjd; last year 4 1 ,720. Monday's market for heef steers " was slow but generally steaily; cows hteady to strong; hulls steady; veals steady. Stockers nnd feeders wcreu11 with prices uneven. liest grades ljcld steady but others were irregularly lower. Washouts on some of the eastern roads caused them to refuse shipments rind this had a depressing cficct (in the mar ket, l'or beef steers today trade was active and prices steady to strong. Cows and heifers sold stioug to 10c...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 22 September 1905

. :sjtn'8tfn -j3' i '3. ikl i. s 33 I; J c it i GOOD BLOOD FOR BAD Vlheumattsm and Other loool Die aaaaa ere Cure By Dr. Williams' Plnk Pills. "Iu the lead mines I was at work on my lutes with my elbows pressed against ruck walls, in dampness and extreme of cold," said Mr. J. G. Meukel, of 2973 -Jackson avenue, Dubuque, Iowa, in do jacribiiiH his experience to n reporter, "and it is not MtrpriHlitR that I cou tructed rheumntism. For three years I had attacks nffectiuff the joints of my uklfls, knees and elbow. My ankles and kueev became so swollen I could wircely walk on uneven ground and a little pressure from a stouo under my ieet would cause me so much pain that! -would nearly siuk down. I was often obliged to lie in bed for several days at a time. My friends who were similarly troubled were Retting no relief from doctors and I did not feel encouraged to throw money away for nothing. By chance I read the story of Robert Yates, f the JClauer Manufacturing Co., of Dubuque, who had ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 22 September 1905

A' It Omt Xffltd lrf lin, Don Knight, who Is a resident of the ftnlnaula In the vicinity of Canaveral In our town' during a recent walk from De Soto to Canaveral Light, a distance of about tlx miles, he counted the car dites of 17 deer lying on the ground, killed by the forest fire that swept that section on July 22. This Is a most un usual occurrence, ftnd. Indicates some thing of the fierceness and terror of a Florida forest Are. Cocoa and Rock tedge (Fla.) News. Rules of the French Army. In the French army an officer whose duty ii Is to report on a Junior ,1s obliged to show him the original report and obtain his signature to It, as the proof that he has made himself mas ter of the contents. The general officer Is not permitted to express any opinion on the matter until he obtains from the one accused a written defense. Swans'. Long Swim. Two Australian black bwbds were re cently picked up off Norfolk island, In the Pacific. They must have traveled 400 mlleB. The birds were in a ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 22 September 1905

'V WHEN OUT HUNTING !bc sure to bag your game, but .look (tut for acci- dents. If a mis hap should occur it will always be a -relief to know OUR EVER RELIABLE DRUG STORE lias whatever rem edy you may re quire to help to heal you. A store like ours is a bless ing to the commu nity. Vou'd mis it if you Had to try anew place. JWuntzel Drug IMP Co Additional Local News. DESTRUCTIVE STORMS. Our Tailoring department turns out the very best fits and :styles at rock bottom prices. Place 3'our order with Carl W. Bikrsacii. Me.xico, Mo.; had a $25,000 fire Monday night. The Hathaway Grain Company's large building was burned and the city hall was almost entirely destroyed, while the whole business portion was endangered for a time. M. Duff has just finished the job ot painting the hallways and jury room at the court house. The work was done in two colors and is a credit to Mr. Duff, while it helps the appear ance of the interior of the court house a hundred per cent. Mrs. Kripmeyer left last w...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 22 September 1905

Morgan County Democrat Supplement 4 Vol 6. VERSAILLES, MORGAN COUNTY, MISSOURI, SEPTEMBER 22, 1905 No. 38. 1 Or Or tt tt tt m tt tt tt tt tt Of tt Or tt tt tt Or tt tt Or tt tt tt tt Or Or tt Or Or tt tt tt tt tt tt o o y o o o o & o o y o o o 0) & &' o o o BIG DAY AT THE MATINEE! Some of the Biggest Bargains You have ever heard of FOR ONE DAY ONLY Saturday, September 23rd, 1905. 3 dozen clothes pins, 2 cents 3 papers pins, 2 cents. 2 Spools Machine Thread, 5 cents. 4 Cakes Pearl Soap 5 cents. 4 Cakes Good Laundry Soap, 5 cents. 2 Egg Beaters, 1 cent. 25 cent broom, 17 cents. 1 Set Cups and Saucers, 35 cents. 1 Set Dinner Plates, 35 cents. 1 Set Glasses, 10 cents. No. 1 Lamps, complete, 19 cents. Pint Cups, 3 for 5 cents. All Calico 5 cents per yard. $1.00 Corsets at 80 cents. 50c Corsets at 40 cents. 25c Corsets at 20 cents. 502 Infant's Shoes at 40 cents. 25c Infants Shoes at 20 cents. 2 dozen envelops, 3 cents. 5oc suspenders, 30 cents. Toweling per yard, 4 cents. 3 c...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 22 September 1905

Complete and Revised Premium List, of &e Versailles Street County Fair OCTOBER 3rd to 7th 1905. .1 ill , i it FIRST DAY. Driving Team. 1. Premiums to be given by J. W. KIRK, the Furniture Dealer. Owner must show stock. FirHt premium 15.00 Rocktr; Second premium $2.S0Bissels Carpet Sweeper. Single Driver 2 Premium given by AUGUST KLAHN, The Saddler, a 5.00 Driving Bridle. Lady Driver 3 A premium of $5.00 in gold will be given by JOE WILLIAMS. Combination Horse 4 Premium given by GEO. KRAUSS, The Ban ner Store, 5.00 in Merchandise. Baby Contest 26 J. E. MARRIOTT, The Matinee Store will give $5.00 in gold to the best looking Baby under one year old. Squash 27 50 lbs. Moser High Patent Flour for the 3 largest and best Given by J. T. MARRIOTT, Gcer and Butcher: 62 Talman Sweet, G. Ede, Drayman $1.00. 63 Walbridge, Jno. McClain, Drayman $1.00. 64 Yellow Bcllflower, Jno. McClain, Drayman 91. 65 York Imperial, Committee $1.00. 66 Mann, Committee $1.00. All apples must be brought to the ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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