Yowell D K – Skidmore Standard 1900-04-27

The following is an index entry from the Index to the Skidmore Standard, 1900.  Short entries are transcribed in the “Notes or transcript” field, while longer articles are summarized.  To obtain a copy of longer articles, contact your library’s Interlibrary Loan department or the State Historical Society of Missouri.

Last name, company name or subject:  Yowell

First name:  D

Middle name or initial:  K

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Notes or transcript:  “D. K. Yowell has worms, worms to spare, by the pack or car load. He sowed a field of oat stubble to grass and did not get a good set. Sunday while looking at the grass from his horse he noticed the entire surface of the ground working. He got down and to his surprise found an untold quantity of worms working in the surface of the earth. They were brown, almost black in color, from one-eight to three-eighths of an inch long, small in circumference and would average six to the square inch of earth. – Monroe Democrat.”

Newspaper:  Skidmore Standard

Date (YYYY-MM-DD):  1900-04-27

Volume:  6

Issue:  1

Page:  4

Column:  2