Shelby County Indiana
Kemp / Kamp
The Shelby Democrat
Two hundred twenty-nine acres of good land; well fenced; good two-story frame house of ten rooms; big stock barn with fourteen box stalls and 18-ft. driveway thru center; good tobacco barn, a two-room tenement house; good well and cistern at residence and pump in the barn; plenty of good spring water in every field on the place; publick school at one corner of the farm and churches and other schools close by; good pikes leading to nearby town. This splendid farm will be sold at a good bargain. Call on me at No. 65 north Harrison street, Shelbyville, Ind.
Monday, September 4, 1911
FARM FOR SALE
P. G. KAMP.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming
The Daily Republican
Will Phillipy whipped Isaac Kemp on the streets of Morristown yesterday. All over politics. Isn't it a little early to begin fighting about politics, boys? Keep your shirts on at least until after dog-days.
Friday Evening, July 6, 1888
Copied by Phyllis Miller Fleming
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