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Subject: [GRAHAM CO., KS] Tidbits from the Morland Advance, 25 Feb. 1904
Date: 9 Jun 2002 05:43:45 -0600
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Finally made it into the Graham Co. Library and hope you all enjoy these little bits under the heading "Local News". (Please note: all spelling as was printed.)
The McAtee boys finished threshing this week.
Pat Millirons and family moved to the farm this week.
See our new sign which the artist, Varner, painted.
If you want to borrow money on your land call at this office.
Always say a good word for town in which you live.
A successful series of meetings at the church closed Sunday evening.
Cain & Son have ordered a new typewriter to use at their hardare store.
Morland can boast of being one of the liveliest towns along the branch.
Morland ought to gain enough inhabitants in the next twelve months to incorporate.
Mrs. W. C. Minnium, who has been on the sick list during th past week is able to be up.
Rev Varner will soon begin the erection of a new $100 residence near the church on the hill.
G. W. Stober intends building a large two-story stone building where the furniture store is.
W. Z. Moore moved his barber shop and law office building one lot west to make room for the bank.
S. P. Langley is having a nice lot of stationery printed at this office, and it is useless to say that he ordered a good grade of material.
Geo. Butler came up from Lucas to visit with his sisters Mrs. F. T. Naylor and M. E. Butler. He arrived Wednesday night an will stay until the first of next week.
With a new church, bank building, a two-story business building and a new residence right away, who would say that Morland is not coming to the front at a rapid pace.
Harry Hamilton left Nonday to assume his duties as cashier at the new Morland bank. Harry will have to see Lenora again in a few days even if its costs him his job.--Lenora News
R. J. Coop is talking of building a new residence in Morland and moving here with his family. Mr. Coop is an civil war veteran, and not unlike most of the old boys, finds himself physical- (the rest illegible)
G. W. Stober has sold his hardware stock to Cain & Son.
We have seventy acres of land to rent for for corn or barley. Call at this office.
For your Candies, Nuts and allkinds of Confectionery, call at the Sunflower Restaurant.
David Findley came up from Hill City Tuesday and spent two days in and about Morland.
Mrs. Charles Paintin was in Tuesday and paid us for one year's subscription in advance.
A. B. Hite, of Zurich, Rook county was in last week and had his name enrolled on our subscription book.
Henry Palmer is numbered among our cash subscribers this week. The Judge owns a good farm south-west of town.
Mrs. Casper Winters was in last week and had her name put on our book in order that she might receive this paper.
Roscoe Collins and Miss Lucy Millirons were entertained Sunday at the home of R. J. Coop over near Bryant township.
K. O. Morgan and Joe Anderson are two worthy, prosperous farmers who made this institution a finantial call one day last week.
The bank building is under course of construction. It will be an ironclad structure and will be first door west of the post office.
We overlooked the fact that Joe VanDorn accompanied by Miss Myra Allen visited at the home of the latter on the Sunday of the 14th.
A. E. House of Bryant and Geo. Baird, of Alodium townships and both owners of good farms are cash-in-advance readers of our paper.
If you want any painting done this spring get Varner to do it. He furnishes the cheapest and best paint and puts it on in a workman like manner.
S. K. Gross, J. M. Hite and J. B. Hite have become readers of the Advance. They are all worthy gentlemen and own good farms near Gradan.
Rev Flinn of Boone county, Indiana and his cousin, Clifford Flinn, of Graham township, in company with Fred Beeby and Will Covolt were pleasant callers at this office Saturday.
Dr. Hawkins of Dresden, was in town Wednesday to see his two boys who are now staying with Dr. Miller. We were told by Dr. Hawkins that he would move in a short time to our town to begin an active practice in partnership with Dr. Miller.
W. J. Skelton, who lives over on the Saline in Trego county was a business visitor in Morland Tuesday. He is an extensive breeder of the celebrated Herford cattle and owns a fine 3,840 ranch. It is useless to say that he is now a reader of this paper.
W. F. Super stepped up Monday and handed us a big iron dollar which set him ahead on our account book one year. Mr. Super owns a good 240 acre tract ner Lealand. He is of an inventive turn and there are but few things needed to save labor that he does not manufacture in his shop.
Mesdames Shearer and W. R. Cunningham and Harve Ellis who left on the 15 to visit with relatives in Jewell and Mitchell counties, came back as far as Salina yesterday. From there Mrs. Shearer will depart for her home in Iowa, and tonight Mrs. Cunningham and Mr. Ellis will arrive at their homes in Morland.