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 - J, A copy of the Aloester (South Dakota) Union,...
J, A copy of the Aloester (South Dakota) Union, is before us, which contains under the title of "A Successful Farmer," Farmer," a very fluttering write up of Mr, Jacob Shuck, whom many of our readers readers will recognize as a former resident of this vicinity, He is a brother-in-law of Mr, Alex Moore, and after farming in this county several years went to his present home in 1885. Speaking of Mr, and Mrs, Shuck's present surroundings, the paper says; "Mr. and Mrs. Shugk after their marriage rented a farm in Iowa on which they made their home until 1885, coming that year to their present location. The farm they settled on was but roughly improved and it took a good deal of hard work to bring it to its present condition, It consists of 320 acres in all and 325 acres under cultivation, Mr. Shuck is exclusively a farmer and has been quite successful in his pursuit of agriculture, at which he has always been engaged, When be started out for himself he had absolutely absolutely nothing, but by faithful and parser' veriug efforts be has succeeded and hie property la adorned by a nice, comfortable comfortable residence, barns cribs eto, all bis own buU4inge,testlfy|pg tonia energy end enterprise, Be J 8 of tbe school board and in tb tioo |t may be imld (bat be to peralatent member B connecting connecting iiiu

Clipped from The Malvern Leader21 Apr 1898, ThuPage 4

The Malvern Leader (Malvern, Iowa)21 Apr 1898, ThuPage 4
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