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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 10 May 1902

tESAWTDimilQ CAM. Haw Itwlaa laaasjaratca oa tka f raa ataaatala Itaate, Th Iran Mountain Route hi Inaugurated a ntw dining car service on its fait daily train from St. Louli, Memphis and inter' ncdiata pointi to Tana. Theie cart hart nat mm turned out of the Pullman shone and are aaodelt of skillful workmanship. Thay are handeomehr fitted up. thoroughly jraurpped with the latest appliances and ,lf,'!ied .!"J,h. letrtelty. They are alao sup plied with eteetrle fans. nilSunA"XrrA&.U '"'efrom dainty 5Sn,tn?a?,hrwaibbjP CUt gk,MWatc "d fS'o!ihe1on.,)' ,in!e 'unn'n dining mm ESS 8i,.LLoul ,0 ?iM" ln Southern Mi purl, Arkansas and Texas. It ha a triple and a double daily acrr re between Mem Srfch W 'ul,m'11 nSSa appliance fln aU uI,,,,lat A Kaaiaa naliaarr. nA.KPt'n ""i'01, V.01 ,nl nWtunry no tice! "He was Wn Slay 3. 1871, and tW fore eacaped thin earth in time to eelebrate hia twenty e;enth birthday In the linnae li ,ftM,n Me leyond the arching ft. V ','V,'S5, "nfir11 hni on Friday...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 10 May 1902

IK if 5." T.r. ,t SCOTT COUNTY KICKER . Utter! nt the pt ofllfe In Benton. Ho.. oM Frbraary II, iwi, m umind-vktM mnll Matter. Published ut lkniton, M.( every fcATVRttAY m' ! Putt,. A. llAKNBB. m'flCIAtf I'At'KK OF" BTOTT COUNTY Subscription, tl.00 iVr Year. whats vrnoxd with ibos? People who lmvo Wn friTping u Mono wulcti on poliuual affairs in Missouri nro utiulilo to understand Ilic position w recently taken by tlio St. Louis Uvfrntilicr on Hvuutors Far vis and Orchard. This org.iu of the Mute administration litis, on nil oc casions, defended ami nppln dried not 6nly Farris uiitl Orchard, but every other senator that I known to 1h under tlio lobby's Influence. Is It possible tbat old 1808 Is again try ItiX to work its confidence game on the Democrats of Missouri? Senators Furrls nnd Orchard lmvo (ilways voted on nil questions they foiild not successfully pigeon-hole or dodge 1 What monmlro did these men sup port that the Republic did not sup port also? what measure did those men ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 17 May 1902

4 This fe Worth Reading. " ' - fs - & v What the Great ex-Governor of Illinois had to Say to tAe Toilers in New York on Labor Day. . Ex-Gov. J(mh P. Altgeld, of Illinois, who dropped dead immediately after deliver- of thought is abroad in this land ing a powenui appeal in benait or tne oppressed Boer farmers Labor Day address to the workers at Buffalo, N Y., last fall: childrori. Aguinletme say, violate no law, wrong no man, tnovo along peace able linos, depend on Justice and the progress of Ideas and you will not only walk over the graves of your enemies, but you will Insure the emancipation of your children, NSW THOUQHT. "Finally let tne say that a new or THE COMMITTEE MEETS. a powerful kppeal in behalf of the oppressed Boer farmers, delivered the following whU8 at the top tho corporations uru Biruuguug justice una rouumg a a . . a I tyvwasasa uuiava niu vu(i i ao at a "The future of labor and the hone bl mankind depend on the dynamic force of ideas, and the conquering power o...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 17 May 1902

err ITT, 1 -1 15- r'r ... Scott County fiklKr. V" fHll. A. BArKKH, riblltaw. 1902 MAY. 1902$ ta. in. TtM. m ran. m. nr. i i 1 2 3 j l4TT78"9 To": 111 il ii Jl il iliZ. ! lii il 11 31111 1 ! t ( TOPICS OF THE DAY. Uncle Sam'a Blsr Quilt. A letter was received by Gov. Dock erjp from Mrs. L. M. MofTctt, who wrote In behalf of the Indies' circle of the Central Methodist church, at Hrldgcton, X. J. -Mrs. MofTctt Mated that the Indies were making a quilt which was to be presented to VresI dent Theodore liooacvclt. The quill Is to hnve iV block, of which 15 will represent the everal states of the union, three will be jrlu'ti to L'ncle Sam's now colonial possesions mid one will be demoted to the District of Columbln. On the state block will be embroidered the state llower, with the name of the governor. It wns to secure his signature and Mis souri's lloral emblem that the letter was ent to the governor, lie com plied with the request, designating golden rod as the tlowcr. On the i)lstrict o...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 17 May 1902

p' ' IS;"' ' 1 f I ' BBBSaaBBi ItKfg slsi 8 SWARM ii "TriSi&S th of Jnnr In the t'nnal Tlmp, Oat flK?ffiS3fvV!Tfc. fvn mCDOuC Sometlmrii Thry u oat ns W WvihjiSeS Uarl n April. 4 POULTRY FEEDING BOX. Til Our Mrrr Dcsrrlunt, Aecnrdlaa t II ItrdRarr. u nii Perfect II Can Ik- Made, Vlvunf. flint within u drawing nf m niiuovuel pmillr.v tVi'tllinj box, which han iimiiy points df ImportiiiuT. A box uf this klml l made very ilirnpl.vj it l enxy t ki'i-p clciin, niul nt tho sium- time liccps thf bird from (retting Inf.. and willing tlto food. At tlicsnmu thin- cuc-h hen cannot push away her neighbor In eating a meal, kh thnt the dim-rent ciik-m inn hnvc n fair hnrc of UC n't n'li t I lie morning meal. To fonstrtiet n feed box of thin kind, all one noedn Is a board ten or twelve inches wide, one Ineh or more thick and four feet long; xlx orocven plastering lnt lis and n handful of wire ihingle iiiiIIm. which are to lie driven through Ihc top ends of the laths and clinched. It Is well no...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 17 May 1902

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER Published at- Benton, lltf., every Aatusday by : Fbil. A. Harmm. SnbKriptioti, fl.OO for 1far. THE COUfttf AND THE TRUST. When a poor devil It cited to ap pear In court he generally goes. It he fail the sheriff brings him in und un lees ho ha a lnlghty good excuse he is lined or imprisoned. That is the law for us clod-hoppers. When the rich are cited to appear in court they go if they want to, and H they don't want to they politely fell tho cctfrt and the supposed authorities to go to the devil and that ends it. That Is the law for the rich. The attorney general of Missouri instituted proceedings against the meat trust und the paskerswere cited to appear before tho' supreme court at Jefferson City lost week. They didn't go and the attorney general had to get along as best he could. Through their attorneys they made it known that they would test the anti-trust law of the state. Com menting on this the Post-Dispatch says: "If there is no combine among the meat pack...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 24 May 1902

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. I. BENTON, MO., MAY 24, 1902. No. 28, TKe Situation in Missouri. The "Party" Organs Squirm and Twist To Shift Responsibility. 0 Contentions and Arguments of the Three Parties that Will Struggle for Supremacy in Missouri this Pall. FMIGS'DS OK THE LOBBY, from th St. bout BtpuMl?. No greuter eucourngenient could be given to tlic so-called lobby in Jef ferson City than is to bo found in tho attitudo of tho Republican news papers toward the flght which Is be ing made ngainst Senators Fnrrls find Orchard. Tho chief arguments now being used by both of theso friendsof the lobby arc drawn from Republican sources. As long as such men as Fnrrls and Orchard can find excuses for their liehavior they will attempt n defense along the lines mnrked out for them by these Republican organs. They will say, as do these Republican allies, that they are neither better tior worse than other men whom they could name. All of which is beside the question. Fnrrls should not have been...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 24 May 1902

L?aSL7aSL7aKf 'c Mm, EEEELbbVi mMMs EvHSHBSBF-' BH? "I Scott County faklter. HEXTOX a i .igggQUiu, TOPICS OF THE DAT. RettrtfiR Sonic Doctors' Hilts. There will bo no profession! uraniflinjr anil jangling ovor the Muf falo doctors' Mil In the McKlnley ?asi Tlu-.v will get Wl.ooo out of an Appropriation by eonpross of $3vMKH) for tin? obsccjcleM, and urc autlsticd therewith. An Ktntupli- in Mnrnr Hr. When the Inhabitant of the Inn Ml Wed Indies pet nroiiltil to ote on the question of nnncMttbm to the United States the iiro-A titer! rails will only haxe to point to l'orto Illeo, which, after four years of meiiean rule, U far-and-auay the n;ot propei'oti anil happy Island in the West Indies. The Best Missouri News Xo Aeeniiutlnu (or Tutea. Years npo u ynunp man bearing i the name of .l.ihn Smith had It obnnjsed to (llpadip liliriulith. which 1 name he seleeted beeatise It vvii as j unlike .tolin Smith as he eotild pos- I Mbly pet It. And now an KtniH-h-man. one I'mnlleo I'leMes. baa ha...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 24 May 1902

I I 5 - Ml Of III The Calamity On the Island of St. Vincent Described From Its Beginning. WEIRD AND AWE-INSPIRING SCENES. Thm Came the Thundering of the tlurslinsr Vntcnnn, Whose Tre uietirtntt DetnnnlloniT Intilrt tie Heard Thronghtitit the Whole Cnrlblienn Ilcnlnn. New York, Mny 13. A dispatch from Its correspondent on the itnn1 of St. Vincent, 11. V. I., to the Hcruid, nay: Admonitory rumbles ntid earth quakes in the vicinity of Sotifrlerc enmc two weeks ago. On Monday, Mny the Inke In the old crater beenmp preatly disturbed. On Tuesday, at two o'clock In the nftcrnnou, the mountain began a ne lies of volcanic effort. Serious earth quakes accompanied these terrible noles, and detonations succeeded quickly. At seven o'clock in the even ing an immense column of steam is sued from the crater and lasted until midnight. Terrlfle Explosion Followed. Terrlfle explosions followed on Wednesday morning, and at seven o'clock thre wna another sudden vio lent escape of Mcnni. This ascended fo...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 24 May 1902

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER ft-,,. Kattrad at wt ptnoMli Benton. Mo., on Nonary 14, IK, m at0B4laf mall matter. IS bo r Published at Benton, Mo., every SATURDAY BT ! PWL. A. HAPS!!!. otmcial papib or dcott county Subscription, 91.00 Per Year. SHUT UP LIKE A CLAM. What must be the opinion of the nonest taxpayers of Scott coimty on the retusul of the Beiitou Record to Answer the questions put to that paper two weeks ngo? The questions asked were oi great Importance to the people. They were plain and jiraplo. Does the Record desire to have it understood that it is wilfully keeping from its readers the truth? The Kicker exposed tho fraud of the World's Fair humbug nnd the "graft" of tho commissioners. I5e .uiuse a brother to Senator Marshall Is one of the commissioners the Record rushed in to defend the whole . . ... . eneme nna snm tne commissioners "worked" for the pay they ivioived. When asked to point out mie of the "work" liP.-l.ut up like , i'ani. V, aUo :iked why rejires.'iitu'ive-t s rk...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 31 May 1902

..." , ' V " ... . . ? i. $ SCOTT COUNTY richer Vol. I. BENTON, MO., MAY 31, 1902. No. 29. THE SOUTHEAST. ' Doings and Happenings in Neighboring Counties. bexter Messenger: the1 tfomocrntic majority in southeast Missouri has never failed the party when in sore need. It has bden the rheaus of win nlng mnny; a hard fought buttle for the Btnto tickot,nnd its vote is staple nnd reliable. It can bo counted pn. With this stntbiiieiit it nnturaiiy fol lows that she is entitled to some recognition at tho hands of the party and she should have it. She should be allowed, however, to name tier candidates and this prerogative not tampered with by the slatc-mnk-i?rs, who care nothing for our affairs further than to use us in machine methods, that is in building n machine to control tho politics of the state. One of these days, nnd that in the not far distant future, the peo ple are going to call their hand. Wnyne County Sun: 'Squire Sam Curlton was taken nick some ten days ago very peculiarly. H...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 31 May 1902

it . ii i ' H If - i MM N InTiTiir Ar niiiiiiinriii i Ambsssador, the people, pa- told of mi fTAOi Foti. SUFFERED 25 TCAKS dlfllU ett Comity Itkhtr, TOPIC OF TMB OA. f Deserv Tkcl rate. People who make a boy of U their king don't deserve to have m colonies and by the sams toltem, they haven't any, Mia AhMInc Cttasalatlosu John D. Rockefeller U reputed to hare made ia,000,000 Ik the last six month. His belief that a rich man ean enter tb. kingdom of Heaven mutt be (rent connotation to htm. Ileal estate la the Damn. ' There appear to be quite good rea on why the price of Went Indian Islands should go down in the mar ket. They aeem liable to get out of repair at almost any moment. Caeae Her Own Blrthaar. Cuba will hereafter celebrate Moy 0 a the recurring anniversary of Ita birth. In this Cuba hns enjoyed n privilege accorded few nntlons and withheld from all Individual that of selecting its own birthday. I Dlsaeaestr's Poor Re'rrard. Thnt the life of the trnnsirressor la hard is concl...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 31 May 1902

2"'-"' .Wife- i' "t ma ' O-DAY the tiatlonbows tier head, -And many hand art fllWrf tt llti f1nwra A coronets to crown the dend Thce clay-cold comrades brave of ours. Her 'neath these mounds of sacred dint, Here 'neath thii wlMerntjs of bloom; Here lies a nation's-, acrid trust Within a soldier's honored tomb. A nation bows with tear-wet eyes In benedictions o'er their Braves, V ho cave themselves a sacrlllco Their country and her lias to save. Vrcathe blessings on the martyred throng Of those who did to nobly ifcir To sin a noble patriot's song. And breathe a dying Boldlcr's prayer. Come North and South with clipping hands, A tribute to your martyrs pay, And Flowers shall be the lovely bar.ds, To bind In Love .the l!!ue and Gray. Bo let our starry banner wave, Our nation's fcufis have parsed away, And on the bosom of the brave Heap Flowers o'er the Ulue and Orsv. -Ornrse N. Maclean, In Chicago He cord- ucraia. N rTIM. r7 lifMViuSI i "'US otic 01 ZY GfS&FjM. 'l,,,ie crowing 'Wv'...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 31 May 1902

I:. fir-- m SCOTT COUNTY KICKER tfM jttoawli Btaton. Mot. ok IMS, M Mco4-etu tuM nat Published at Beutoii, Mo., every ftATUftDtf bt -i- Put. A. Hiram. orneiAMj Vkvatt & ioott eotttfr Subscription, SI .00 Per Year. DOCKERY PLEDGES HlMdELF. When the "business foteresfsf'"watlt something in the way of legislation they get tip a big banquet, invite the governor ana other nigh mucit-tv mucks, have a SKta-plate dinner, eat tho best the market affords, drink the best of liquors and make maudlin speeches. Then their newspaper organs the next morning tell ull abontwhata patriotic and enthus iastic gathering was held, and what great good is likely to come from it. Lost week the St. Louis Star contain ed the following editorial: "It was clearly shown at the Bus iness Men s L4ague dinner last night that the rrefalllnir shortage of in surance in Missouri, with the accom panying high rates now demanded for insurance, was duo almost entire ly to unwise legislation nt Jefferson Wty. This is a s...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 7 June 1902

s " ZTJIX . ' SCOTT COUNTY Vol. I. BENTON, MO., JUNE 7, 1902. biit Missourinns nic Kept in Ignorance Fearins the Disease Alight Spread if Understood. "Mr. Kelly, did ydi: knowthnt. thov !mil dirtvt legislation ( Initial Ive nml ltcferondliin) over in Illinois. inked Iheodltorof lite prosoeutliiguUorney lli other evening. ' No, 1 didn't." "Well, they have." "Oh. 1 don't b.liovoil." "I did not know it until Inst week although I wnMi the papers as closely us anybody.'' 'How did .von find it out.'1 "Read it Intlm Appeal to Reason." ''Then ,von don't know It now." "I know it strong enough to bet. five dollars of. it. Your corporation owned newspapers of Misxouii don't tell of such things for four the people might find out something. Tin'sc papers n iv I'iileiititted to keep p.'oplo in ignorninv rather limn enlighten tliem. .Mid ,von rend tin St. Louis Republic?" Tlie prosecuting nttorney is it Democrat who always "votes 'er straight." lie never uses nny judg ment, nt i fp'iiernl eleet io...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 7 June 1902

BfiB$" ' m fcv Si. & - PI 6 I V II 2-- 1 .2 l- r 1 mmmmm Irmnmrn ta Tiir unit I Scott Coatrty ftkher. ' A. MArWEW. rablleher, KtToy. t i .mimouiu JUNE. 1902$ lira gum, ici. im mjn. m. nr. jjj a b v io j !I5J ft 22 23 H 12 13 14 g 16 17 18 192021 III 30 24 1 25 1 26 , 27 1 28 f! ... 51; Hi 29 SB .... .. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Up OiiRht tu Know. President rnlma seems surprised that so many Cubans unit their pa trlotlsm to the pie counter. And yet lie has lived n the United States. I Ther All Die Yonnir. Wrlglble airships arc keeping tip the record of bnloonlng as extra hazardous. The list of aeronauts who stuck to this business and lived to be old contains but few name. f somrtliliiK to Br Prnnil Of. The bearer of 1'rcsldciit lioose velt's message to Kins Alfonso was received with extraordinary courte y. The Dons seem to be proud of the fnct that it was the biggest country on earth that licked them. AtiHhliiK Dnt Tlinnkfnl. The is-lnml of Hnrbadoes. which Is curly loo miles from St. V...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 7 June 1902

HOME GARDEN NOTES. Hot? Dlseoaraitemtnt an 4 Fallen frith Berrt- Bushr Mar Sac cetsfallr Avoided, One Amis score uf country gardens where an iitletnpt tin been miiilc In pretlottN jeitrs to cultivate the rnsp berry, the blnekbcrry, nr, tierhnpr, both, ii nil where lieotir:iKement ami failure have resulted. A (.'oiuitr.v (icn tleman correspondent thinks It U po slble no to nnler n few row of berry bushes In the fntnll.v gHrdcn that they will produce fruit .Mar after venr with little attention, plten nt the rlffht time, and he offers the following hints to that effect: The old ennes or the poorest of them must be cut out ench firing. The net wood, must be thinned to n proper de gree ami the tops of nil ennes cut back. This is but (i few moments' work each rprlng. Now, to unvc nil lubor possible, TRELLIS FOR RKtlRY RITSIIES. let the row of hushes be arranged In una 1 1 clumps four feet apart In the row ami protected by such trellis as Is shown In the sketch. Inch and a half ctuff Is um...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 7 June 1902

A, -0 Km BCOTT COUNTY KICKER . Kntnvtl n th pt nfflcv In Hrntun, Mo on rbrttt. 14. lnos, it itwotiil clni mull iimttn'. Published at Beiiton, Mo., every WATPtttlAY IIV :- PltlL. A. HaI'.NKH. orriciAti i'ai'eh ov kiott cuunty SttWriptloti, 91.(10 Per Year. WILL TllAf TIME COME? THEY'LL MK FOR IT. The Democratic riugsters will de clare, for public ownership in tliolr platform tit St. Joseph. See Jf they don't. They are awareof the strong nentlment In favor of the movement throughout tlio tate,aud they ni'vor fall toput anything in their platform tliut U likely to enteh a vote. lee Meriwether, of St. Loul. bus been advocating public ownership for AiXtti I, .i At 4 1 "Mwmwinra. coiri vw .nut r in: i i i. . m ., fcndl)ui.klii.wuiitieswillneveiMvach;-,lV'7 , , their width of progress and proH-il)0"t'l,,1"' eorporation organs portrr mtil the extensive land hold- have denounced him as an anarchist n give way to tlielesser owners who and a socialist, ltttt the Meriwether nfi' "Wl1 1,1,i!,k,p...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 14 June 1902

Ddtalled Financial Statement Of SCOTT COUNTY, MISSOURI, For fiscal year ending February, March and May 1, 1902. The receipts Into the Countyand Road Fund have been, during the last fiscal year ending March 1, 1902, as follows: COUXTY REVENUE fUSD. From the current tax books of 1901 .i.tl8800 39 " rail and telegraph tax book, 1001.: 1678 94 " back tttS on tpWrnnli id U dramshop licenses on 18 suloous !. 2080 89 Merchants' tax, 1001 442 18 14 40 19 20 3JJ5 81 billiard and other table license peddlers' license land back tax book, including penultles personal delinauent tax book.iucludiujr penultles 17 34 all other sources, including ndvnloiuin on dramshop licenses R69 32 Total 819631 02 1 ROAD REVENUE FUND. From the current tax books, 1001 $ 1 S40 04 " railroad telegraph tax book, 1901 180 55 uhi:k mi un AciegrHpn vo 3 iu merchants' tax book, 1001 40 3 dramshop licenses, 18 saloons ;.,.... 5280 00 Iutorcst on deposit 910 00 back taxes 9 01 M II Total 7079 04 Total receipts, county und ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 14 June 1902

C.7.UJS ' .j V tetb ItkkrJj inynmi limiiTro I wgywrn it mnfliTQ UflEC 6u"BD OF I V " I I HI BaTaTaTaT M aaV BBarial H H I StatB amam SJJJ SJJJ saT- BsSBT SJJJ f- am BaHfi K-Ba-ft a-ft A A a bH . , nu. uinuun mmm. .s.ierirm I I I I CMitfM IX kiBklU. I I I v W sea,-. VIMniTDT I M I I ll I VII WIIWI ffvw 1 MW SB ' w I - . . . .. . I lHI I -.liun-rrro.' -m ." rm n www nvpi sa Im 0ur4 by I t-run. ft SMt A. tWM rakMaher. .UIMOVBL JUNE. 1902 I w m. m ift nn. m. ur. jjl 2 3"4"56 7 iJL i ii ii ii i ii !JJ16 17 8 9 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 i I29 30 77777777! L.. .... 77777777177! TOPICS OF THE DAT. )alck to Catch the Drift. The western desperadoes nrc quick to catch the drift of prosperity. They are holding, tip cattle trains Instead of express trains. Should Stop the Leak. 'A new Mont Pelee is building up hear the old crater. While the vol rono is In its Infnnoy some wuy should be found -to stop the leak. Expensive Autograph Collevtion. The most expensive autograph col lection known to his...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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