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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 20 October 1906

Mi' . 4T P 4 SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Phil. A. Havneh. : Publisher. V kfct .1 If hi 1 -i f It It., V 3 fill I 4.", Subscription, per Year. ?1.,00 Cnsli latertd at the pest olfltsln Benton, Mo., on rbmnry 14, 1M2, a second-i'lRss mall matter IIEITKLICAN TICKET. For Stnto Snpt-rlntendeiit n( I'nUlc Sehnols jam km u. white. For ltnllroiid ittul VHrehon ('on.mli.idonpr KliU'Altn W. FLENTdE. For supreme .lii'lm l.ornr Titiii JOHN KKXNISll. For Supreme .liidin short Term .1 ame t. nkvim.k. For Conirri" Hth riinirnl-itint M-trlt WM. T. TVXHAI.I.. For Ui'itriitntlTe UUKKN 11. (I11EE1I. For I'rmlitltiir .1ti.u foitntv Court WILLIAM II. TA.N.Mill. For Jiulin-County Comi 1st lltrlt X. II. CAVAXAH. For Judw County Court Sd tltrl- t MATT THOMAS Fnr.lmltf ofprohnte s. II. HEWHlItT. For clerk of cin nlt Coatt H. I!. WILLIAMS. For Ilfi tril-r of Ii.l H. WHIT ImiImie. For Clrk Counts Court KI1ANK C. MII.I.EII. For I'rowntltiir Attorcv JAMES A. FI.M-H. For "h-rlff LEO HKl'KliF.R. IVr Collector of Itevtm ...

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. — 27 October 1906

ft ii I SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. V0L 5 BENTON, MO. OCTOBER 27, 1906. . , I ' " ' ' ' ' ' " " I I ,- THE CIRCUIT COURT, In tlu lou t-iiMM aixnitiBt T. A. Cook- sey, of Oran, for violutlon of the dramshop Inw, pleas of guilty were entered iu two ctinea nnd tinedf 40 in each. Bight cases were dismissed. In the divorcecnseof W. W. Humes vs. Daisy Humes, defendant nllowed t2j for suit money mid ?25 for sup t port pending suit. In the grave-yard case Judge Riley nned John Lucht 920, Divorces were grunted to Frances Keefe, Frank Hinkle, Jessie Belder. back, Charles Bostwlck, Arizona Scott, Sarah Mulconil, Carrie Sewell, Sarah B.vrd, Eninm Cameron Lizzie Crottif, Eva Hopper. Leon C. Reed, Florence Htizelwood, W. L. Hndley, U. W . Poreell, John A. Addy, Annie Martin, John Little, Liliie Cnmbron W. L. Holder. Edwin L. Phelps. Net- tie IS. Holder, A. . Smithsoii, Mag gie Atltertoti, Mary E. Oaten, ElHe - Power Friday t!ie caxenf tliestateagainst Alva Moye. of Blodgett. charged with seduction, was ...

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. — 27 October 1906

p Iy I i Scott County Kicker. PHIL. A. HAFNIR, Publisher. BENTOX, i t i MISSOURI The colleges are overflowing. Thli 'I ttaa beet sign ot the best prosperity. Aa a rule, the physical strength ot the average man begins to decay at the age of 36. Three languages are now being Studied In Boston English, Esperanto and Henry James. London tailors declare that Ameri can men do not know how to dress. Well, their wives do. Lieut. Lahm's victory In the bat loon race probably will move our Eu ropean friends to comment further on Amerlcaa hot air. Pike was not the first man to see or climb the peak. Neither did Amer leus see America first, but he was ths first cuss to write a letter home about It CONFERENCE PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT AND SEO RETARY TAFT DISCUSS IM PORTANT MATTERS. THE TRIP TO PANAMA Will Qo In New Armored Cruisers Unaccompanied by Cabinet Member, or Other High Official. With her 50-pound watermelons and ISfoot cornstalks it must be admitted that the new state of Oklahoma Is making goo...

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. — 27 October 1906

' Hi Happenings in Missouri D Famous Hotel told. The City hotel nt Boonvllle hat been told by Its owner, O. A. Keuch lehan, to W. J. Cochran, who will change the hotel property Into a colonial mansion. This Is not a mat ter of mere local Interest, but rather of state-wide Importance, for no. hos telry In the state has had more hon orablo and historic career than the old City hotel In Boonvlllo. It waa built In 1836 by Capt William Pierce and passed from his hands Into the ownership of E. B. McPherson and later lilt ton, Capt. Henry McPher son, who died In 1869. For years thereafter It was conducted by the widow of Capt. McPherson. The old hotel was for half a century the seat of the political gatherings of the state. Outsldo the McCarty house la Jefferson City probably no tavern In Missouri was more Intimately con nected with the history of political movement In the state. Benton, Bar ton. Brown, Blair. Birch, Vest, Coclc relt and many other of Missouri's most distinguished citizens...

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. — 27 October 1906

T'- SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. 9ft 41 I' 9 4 Phil. A. Hafiteb. : Publisher. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For State Superintendent nt Public Schools JAMES U. WHITE. For Ksllrond and Weirehoni) Commissioner KtlWAHD W. FI.ENTUK. For Snprome .t ml ire Long Term JOHN KK.N.N1SH. For Mui.reme Jui1m short Term JAMES T. NEVILLE. For Cunorrss 14th l'nnRMloDtil Wstrlit WM. T. TY.NDALL. Fur llepresentntlvti UKEEN U. UltEKIt. For rresltllnir.ttitlife County Court WILLIAM H. TAN.NEK. For Jadm-County Court 1st District X. 1). CAVANAll. For JuiIitp County Court Jd District MATT THOMAS For Jndm nf 1'rolmte !. II. litiWIUKST. For Clerk of Circuit Court II. It. WILLIAMS. For lteenr.ler of IWds II. WHIT HU1MIK. For Clprk Countv Conrt PRANK C. MII.I.KK. For I'mwutlna Attorney JAMES A. KIM'll. For ohi-rlt I.EO HKI-i:UKI5. For Colla tor ol Ilcv.-i.ii.. CHAliLKS IIKITIIA.N. For rounty Tr.'iinivr li. M. TtllJlE.WKIS. For I'l.roiii't. (IKor.Hi: K..I.M "'I!, ruliil-licdli eiiiti-rnt ffiirriil romir it"-. w II. IVnkh. h ilMiu...

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. — 3 November 1906

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VOL. 5 BENTON, MO. NOVEMBER 3, 1906. NO. 51 ri' ! "SjSsW Observations by the Kicker. "Nft RfMS RinHa DargHac ntm Ckmifinn nM -ka Davtv Much Scratching Expected. --Suggestions. Next Tuesday the free born Amerl- Jintl tllil lit ntrtv.tn ritnt tin -t. '- Main, i mrn.ll UIU HIC" ilT' FIVTII ty-one win be neenrued tlie biennial privilege of walking up to the polls nnd voting for what he condemns every cither day la the year. The representative in Congress is the only :natter of national slgnlflcnnee that yon win nave to puznie your urnin about. The Republicans have given .vou Lawyer Tvndnll. find the Demo- crnts have given you Lawyer-Hunk--er-Lundlord Russell. Take your 3iioiee. In the state there are Four tickets in the Held Republican, Democratic. Socialist and Prohiliition. Hither the Republican or Detuoeratlu will be successful- but not by my vote. I am tired of choosing between "the 'esser of two evils." Auto the state ticket I Khali vote the ticket that v onies...

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. — 3 November 1906

Scott County Kicker. PHIL. A. HAFNSR, Publlcher. BENTON. Misaottp' The man who goes ra v.':mmlng twry day all winter Is now due. In addition to theyeilow peril and yellow Journalism the pur food law now threatens us with yellow sugar. This Is "the time of the year when the younit man without an overcoat heglns to wish he hadn't bought to much Ice cream last summer. Sir Thomas Lipton says he may build another yaiht and race for the International cup. The Irish will hato to hear that the Shamrock is Koine to get the worst of It again. Seattle, Waih. is to have an ox-r-osltlon. Tho metropolis of Puget sound cannot afford to let Portland pet .way with all the honors of tho north Pacific coast. New York now lias an apartment homo for the exeluslvo use of fam ilies In which there are many chil dren, it ought to be In all fairness to bo called The lloc-evo't. "The modern English novel randcr lr.sl.ts on hearing about the rich or the groat," sr.y the Spectator. But a llttlo raciness amonc t...

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. — 3 November 1906

. i i a Lavender CreitfhtoiYs Lovers By OLIVIA 1. STROHM (Copyright, igoj, br OlltU B. 8troba). CHAPTER XI.-Cohtixued. In the huge chlmnsy, under the crae-hung kettle, bickered a small lire. Shadowi danced on floor and vails on the white draped bed In the corner on the snowy cloth spread over the table, a rude slab on oaken posts. Guns hung on the buck horns above the door; an old print of the Mndi'ina. and a few family portraits in dull frames, decked duller wll. the color ing was somber, but t! irellght clow. and the sparkle of silver on the tabic, urigntened the interior. Everywhere was a nameless charm, foreign to the wlldwood. Perhaps it was in the white curtains in the basket of cay worsted. in the wild flowers blooming on man telpiece and table. hen the meal was finished. Lav ender filled her father's pipe. "Do you know, dad, that you are giving your- seir altogether too many fancy airs There is such a painful contrast be tween your buckskin coat and this gold tobacco box. An...

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. — 3 November 1906

BCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Phil. A. Hafner. : Publisher. Subscription, per Year, 91-00 Cash Enttred at the pu office to Denton, Mo., on February 14. UOi, as mcodiI-cUm mall matter RKPUBLICAN TICKET. AROUND BBNTON. For State Snp-rlnteti.tent nf Public Si hoot JAMES U. WHITE. fot Hnltrnnd and Wiirehniie rnmnil-idout-r EtiWAltD W. KLK.NTHK. For Snr-rem-" .In-lin l,nni Term .10 MX KK.N.MSII. For Supreme .lii-lc.-'iliort Term JAMES T. XKVll.t.K. For Comm-M Hth rntisreMlonnt lttrl.-t WM. T. TYMUU.. Fnr Itrin-.-!!tiitlTH UllKK.N II. OlIKKIt. Fur Frwltilntf .tinlm- C.tnntv Court WILLIAM II. TA.N.NKli. For Juilc County rinirt 1st DUtilet X. H. i.'avaxaii. For Jnilitf County Court 2d 1'1-ttli t MATT THOMAS For .tutltfM of I'roliiiti s. II. PKWIIUIST. For i li tk ol clrvult Couit 11. 1!. WII.I.IAM. For Hii'or.li'r nt tv-.l., H. whit l'OliOE. Forl'l-rle Countv Court FRANK c, MILLER. For t'ro.H-nlltik vttorncv .tAMK- . FIM'll. For -hi-ri-i I. Ko HKIvKUKK. Kor evil... tnv of Revi'MiH CHARLKS IIEITHAX. ...

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. — 10 November 1906

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. , mm VOL. 5 SNIDER (IOT It IK, "What dotli it profit a tuun it lie gain the wholn world and loses there h.v hi own koiiIV" Multimillionaire . At. Snider, promoter, briber mid corrtiptor ot legislative bodies, wiik killed in an automobile accident In Kansas City Inst week. The daily piiperw, in liendHnea4ix tending across the page, announced. M'K. M. Snider, ot St. Louis Hoodie fame, killed In an atitotnolille acci dent in Kansas City." Isn't that a nice mid attractive riturter for an oliitnary of a powerful and therefore "lespactuble"' citizen'.' Till gluttonously rich man was tried, convicted and sentenced to the peni tentiary for live year by a jury. It l needles to add that he wan never imprisoned. There 1 such a thing us a supreme court in Missouri that up sets the verdicts of juries when up- ipliod to the rich and powerful. Hint what Iiiim .Snider now of the 'millions he looted from the people? In the prime of life he was carted off to hell it there be such...

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. — 10 November 1906

Scott County Kicker. PHIL. A. HAFNSR, Publisher. KENTON, : MISSOTtp' It all our dan were crowned wits. nccM life would be an endless trudge. Many an unsuccessful man would rather preierre bis dignity than hun Ue. Many a boasted family tree looks to others rather more like a scrub oak that Is dying at the top. ' Almost any married man can man na his wife without trouble if she will only let him. Being forced to work and do your best will breed you a hundred virtues which the Idle never know. With hazing abolished and football denatured, how may a college youth get even with his enemies? A new malady is called the auto heart There is an auto head that sometimes needs treatment. The man who fears he will do more than his salary calls for will never have much salary to call for. THE RECORD COMMANDER MARY, INTREPID ARCTIC EXPLORER, HEARD PROM. THE FARTHEST NORTH Ths United Statae New Holds ths Rso ord Toward ths North Pott, S7 Degrees, Minute. RECORDS OP HIGHEST NORTH. Western Hemisphere...

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. — 10 November 1906

if m ar Lavender Creitfhton's Lovers I I By OLIVIA B. MROHM (CcjTTljkt, ijoj, byOtlvU B. Strata). CHAPTER XII. Coxtuiuid. But th young man Interrupt , ia BStlently; HI will not budgt until I km 0MB her. I can't to to nor house ir more, and ah promised to meat hero to-night" "But If you lov her, you ought'nt to lot her make aueh a promise. It la a great tlsk for her to come alone ao lata, aad agalntt her fathar'a wlihea." "But what are we to do?" th youth demanded, hotly. "Never aee each oth er again, and all for a drunkard'a whim? Absurd! I have told him that we are to be married aa toon ai I aan support a wife. If he refuses to believe In my good Intentions, what sore can I do?" In a conciliatory tone the woman ad vised: "Walt; ho may feel different ly aome day." Then tentatively aha ventured: "It anight aatlsfy him it you would visit Susan mora openly with the knowl edge of your family." "Nonsense! It ia not worth while bothering them wltk my lov affairs; and, well" he spoke confi...

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 November 1906

W$. SCOTT K5 at COUNTY KICKER. Norman & Getz, Manufacturers of Concrete : Blocks And Contractors of Concrete Builkings BLODGETT, MO. Estimates Furnished on Application FROM MORLEY. Uncle Ben Curd's store was rubbed lout week, th front door was opened with n key, and ?7.00 tnken from the drawer, no goods were missed sup posed to be home talent. The Morley school Is getting up a nice program, and a box supjier, the proceeds to bo used on the library. WlUon Minton of Cape Girardeau is visiting the family of Dr. T. E. Tomlinsou this week. .las. P. .Smith and Mrs. O'Neal, FROM WARP'S SWITCH. Miss Dora Klrby visited .Miss Dora Dlekerson Sunday. Riley Grhhntn, of Hickory Grove, visited in this neighborhood Sunday. Mrs. Zucli Davis spent Sunday with Mrs Hopper. Ed. Dupree. of Pleasant Valley was a pleasant caller in this neighbor hooii Sunday. Mrs. Klrby visited Mrs. Will Wat son Sunday. Miss Myrtle Sullenger vWted Miss TO CORRESPONDENTS. each lost a cow from fating damug- Mini.' Lancas...

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 November 1906

SCOTT VOL. 6 COUNTY KICKER. BENTON, MO. NOVEMBER 17. 1906. NO. 1 Observations by the Kicker. Snap-Shots at Recent Election. Independent Voter Strongly in Evidence. President Takes Hint. Will Put Some Labor Sop in Message. Now tlmt tin' election in over and j so npar tlnit It wa regarded as such t ho "campaign of education" has by both old parties, closed, people can settle down Tiie power of the League was ho -again. Tlipseeutupnigsof education evident tlnit the lenders of liotli of I are queer things. A few weeks be j the old graft parties weieput to their! foro an elect ion the special interests wit s ends in an effort to overcome cough up a Htnall part of their loot it. Thn first effect wan that it com ami put Into a c-iiinpuigh filial. With 1 pelleil the HepuhlieaiiH to pat oat a ' this loot newspapers aregrea.scd and clean man for gowriinr. Their next Hinooth orators are hired to go taove was a play to the galleries, An over the country aial tell the people alleged Democratic c...

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 November 1906

Scott County Kicker. PHIL. A. HAFNIR, Publisher. BENTON, t MlSSOUli Reformed football U ulte as brata a lawn tennis. Most ot the totalled necessary evils re unnecessary. A close friend Is one who refuses to lend you anything. When money does not talk too much It may properly be termed a modest aum. Every time a man commits a mean act he has what he considers a good excuse for It. If Luther Burbank Is so smart, why doesn't he grow watermelons that have handles on them to carry them by? The ice dealer who Is In the coal business on the side needn't worry about the seasons, tor whether 'tis hot or cold his business, one or the other, is good. Five hundred English teachers arc coming here to study our schools. We hope that during the visit none of the teachers In our primary schools will mention that "I seen him," and "he done It." A professor of history in the Unl verslty of California Is going to marry a Russian princess. It will be hard fot an American heiress to understand how a rea...

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 November 1906

Lavender Creitfhton's Lovers MftrouvMi . strohmM (Cwtifkt, Itq, kTOUtU B. Strata; CHAPTER XIII.-Coxtinvkd. And Gerald bad muttered an abject puiuw. iao mm was not trifling to btm: ha could not obtain it if i..m. abould turn through the meant whlcn aa lost ii. "I am very aorry, Benor, but I can not confetB a sambllns- Uh father; nor has he the money to pay it. uive me more time, and the cards will win for me; my luck will turn; It muit." There was a feverish light In his eye embarrassment clogged his tongue. Patting him cordially on the utmui. 4er, the Spaniard said: "Excuse my reminding you, sir; it Is especially un wise of me to trouble one who can be M such service to me." At the suave manner of his creditor the youth took courage. "Service to ou? How?" "You will be at the dance to-morrow night? You will bring your sister, Alias Lavender?" A light flashed on Gerald's mind. "Lavender? I don't believe she in tended coming, but I" He paused, and Gonzaga assisted him with telling emph...

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 November 1906

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Pmi.. A. Hafiocr. : Publisher. Subscription, per Year, f 1.00 Cash Batms at th pMtoOnlB Bmtoa, Mo., oa Pcbrtagr 14. lm, at Mcond-claM mall mntter AROUND BENTON. Happenings in and Around Oran. The petition of George Mete to the county court to have hid saloon II- As the Kicker goes to press Thurs day afternoon the town is full of school teachers who cnnie to attend the Teacher's Association. An elab orate program has linen arranged and indications are that a profitable and pleasant meeting will be tin- n-sult. cense renewed was dismissed last But urday. Metz immediately had an other petition drafted and is having It circulated now. The ladies of the W. C. T. H.. white elated over their victory of Saturday in causing the petition to be dismissed feel confident that with a milted effort they will lie able to win in the next contest. While successful in their first effort they realize that the work in which Uncle John Friend says that he alt ways thought this town w...

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 November 1906

'.5 41 li SCOTT COUNTY IilCKER. VOL. 6 BENTON, MO. NOVEMBER 24, 1906. '.hf&A NO. 2 HffMMf RING ItKAIiLif GOOD. Far thaw long winter evenings the Kicker irill have nome wfll good .( MMUafftoite readera. Kor rear I ..fcave.tnMto get bold of the fact nbcMtlfaSSeaJaad and Ita govern--faint, aNd bow I bare them. With 'the Irtt leave in Dematwr the etorr wlll tejtfa. New tfcatand It looked upon hn the world Muertnwnt station in rov rnaient. All the world hi watching New Keulanri. And yet thecapitulUt '.papers are elletit as to that country. Fifteen years ago New Zealand had "he tramps, Its beggar and ita "bet ter eUuaj." Free eoup hotiaea were opened there n we opened them here about rttut tliUH. It suffered nil the -uvilaof capit4iliim and more people i were letiviiifr tlm country tlmn were V-fOl!U(tOt. 'As tit result of a Kijfauth: Htrike 'Muring which labor lenders were Ini "(trieoued, the labor purtyguinecl con trol ot the government. Aud the re sult hi marvelous. All the cut and ...

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 November 1906

Scott County Kfckcr. PHIL. A. HAFNER, Pttallehsr. knton. " : ; t MtaaottP' Somewhat disconcerting, the aunt ber of let men who deal la coal. The rrand dukes mint have got a Corner on all the bombs In Russia. Count Boni de Caatellane'a debt tern to itlck closer than hla family. Frauleln Krupp was not particular jr comely. In fact, the didn't hare to be. Wonder how long ltwnTtake us to become uied to the pure food when we Anally get It? When automobile and balloon rac ing become too tame there remains the submarine boat. Kansas will gladly avail Itself of any kind of help in harvesting its corn crop so long as It is husky. Milliners will rejoice to hear that 35,000 songbirds and parrots have been imported from Europe. According to Dr. Parkhurst, a man can be wicked without being rich. Yes, but it doesn't pay to be. So BoBton has a new anti-spitting ordinance. But who would have thought that Boston needs such a law. Now that eggs are suspected of har boring disease germs, it seems to b...

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 November 1906

; ; - w& m Lavender CreitfhtoiYs Lovers I I Br OLIVIA b. wkomm I (Cpntkt, as by OUvto B. Btnha). CHAPTER XIV.-CoxTonmD. "Oerftld," ih moaned beneath her breath, and the atroked hli arm with a piUful little careia as If to assure her self that he, at leait, wss spared. Then ahe knelt over her dead father'! body. Wlnalow opened hla area to aee a motley crew some bent on giving aid, others only seeking a fresh sensation. For this furnished keen test to the fron tiersman, because of Its savor of blood and death. With the pain of being lifted, Wlnalow swooned again, nor saw the aad little procession which, taking the opposite road, followed the dead man and his child to the lonely cabin on the branch. All unconscious of the Journey on the Utter, and still half-dellrlous, Wlnslow opened his eyes again. This time ther rested upon dull rafters above his head, atudylng the antics of a spider pendent there. Then his unseeing eyes trav aled down the walla whore grotesque snaaows leaped In ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
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