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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 13 April 1907

tr 1 ft r I I I iff 0 0 SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. PHIL. A. HAFNER. Publisher. . U1IC1TI0N. FBI YMII. 1100 CASI1. h'ntiw.1 ut the lt niiv In lienlun. .Mo- wn Kt bru.irv II. HCJ. iii Mvim.l-olii- null innl'i r. Mr. Rockefeller cays be has a heavy weight on hl mind. Ho should buy n lighter wig. Arctic explorers should be careful about taking any bud men along lt-st they shoot out the northern light. "This country" Is the instrument of the Lord," gays Aifnilial Dewey. LI vlnlty uses the bis stick. It seems, by proxy. So Brazil Is going to have a war ship of the Dreadnought type, eS? Why, the thing Is getting to be a mere fad. The czar "of Russia says he Is sat isfied with the new douma. hut. re marks the Omaha Bee, the doutn,'. Is far fiom satisfied with tho czar. If any more worships are sent to Central America, the crowd of spec tators will number more than the combined armies of tho belligerents. A committee of the relchstng has voted to raise the salary of the Ger man ambassador at Washi...

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. — 13 April 1907

f b I ALIMONY PAID IN PENNIE9. Trick Sometimes Resorted to In Order to Cauae a Creditor Trouble. As a ni!f nobody win refuse any Kind (if piod money In payment of a debt, tlnnph there :ir; some Ulndx more ronenlent than others. Pon tile are U-4.il tender, mt jt w,ml, take a qimit of them i ,,av a , f any considerable size, it 'sometimes happen that Jim t.) la. dlt-obliK!nt: ami to catiKu the nn-illtor Inconveni ence the debior pays in pennies. Such a case happened In n.ulmsh, w ' J'V 10 ol,lcr (la-v' whorc lntsbanfl had been directed l.y the couit to pav four dollar. a week for the support of Ills wife and to nay It to the clerk of the court. In order to make both ns much trouble as possible be broucht in the four dollars In pennies and they were accepted, though a. a mat ter of fact pennies are not lesal ten der to tha' amount. The minor coins of the I'tilted States are determined by statute to be "a live-cent piece." A united States statute says: "Tho minor coins of the United Sta...

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. — 13 April 1907

1 & rm. i..HlHBriMa i I i ' rltOM KELSO. FROM MORLEY. FROM COMlOtROT. 1 1 1 FROM OR AN. Tin- V. C. T. U. Institute met nt the M. E. Church on the (ith ami was in session on tho 7th and 8th. Hut tow were present nt the meet ing on Saturday afternoon. .Mrs. R. S. Coleman, the president of the local W. G. T. I', called the meeting to order, after whieh Mrs. F. S. Uieo was eleeted secretary. Aften the invocation "Tlie gleet ing" was deliveird by Mr. .1. W. Clem-on and was excellent as was the response hy Miss Mahan. The eercies Sunday night at the "Op era C- Doliogne and Charles Heist-rer returned from their Texas trip well pleased with the situation. Each invested in 100 aeres of land. Frank Grae cr visited his broth er I ennn at .ew iianihttrg Mm- tieti.Mii misiness. day. Frank ny.- "ly golly we build it "lllled in' was very tnueli enjoyed i iiMimf .,r i-i-rni. i day. It wn good MOllM' and tho congregation was large and !.....:.. M I... . , "' , , , ', , forger and wife of Ednu. x...

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. — 20 April 1907

aVWaVBy SCOTT COUNTY lilCKER. VOL. ..i ; - 1 - I I THE FAUMKHS I'NION. . While tlio Kicker in in no way j Jf? uonncuted with tin- formers' union k movement, yet t om with it henrt f undnoul. It in from the fanner f$i that I got my support, nnd wluit M ever bencuts them will Iwneflt me. m. M.V Position is different, however, 1M from m-2t PCP'wJ,0-fV',l'liittl-til9 M farmer. I diailiifnotliiiiR that they must hnve, lieneu whutnver support J iretfroni them is because they feel that they are getting their money's worth. I have been told that I am eltgi We to membership in the union and liiivh been urced to join. While I NO. aj fa .V om a eotiutry newspaper man I am also, in a small wny, a speeulator. I have town lots in various towns j. hut I am holding for a profit . My reason for not joining was that I .lid not want to open the wuy for sneeiilators who operate more exten- .-ivelv. But T notice that they urc .".slipping in" anyway. These fellows will give you trou Mintnnrk it. For n ye...

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. — 20 April 1907

l 'I- ft a 168. SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. PHIL. A. HAFHtW. PaHtshsr. XnU-ml nt Ihi- r-n-1 uWfj In U-nton. Mi.. tVbrniifT II. IWS. nr. Mwm 1-t-liitn Hull m.ilf-r. There U no Rain without Ion. Tou wouldn't bo stuck up It you heard all other people say about you. Tot weall know souls-for which, the weight of one ounce would be a Tldlculoua exaggeration. Maine depioreT the Increasing scarcity of lobsters. Must have been taxing the summer boarders too heavily. A 1794 copper cent was sold for 138.50 recently. After all. that Is lesi than nine per cent, compound Inter tt since It was coined. QKTTINa CROWDED. Prof. Charles Henderson says the wealthy go from Chicago to New York on their way to heaven. Making the Journey by easy stapes, eh? The war department wants a bal loon which will raise a ton. Doesn't war raise enough gehenna without calling In the services of a balloon? Count Bonl having offered to com mit suicide and no objection being heard from any quarter, according to parliamentary usa...

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. — 20 April 1907

f S3 'M',4aimjmJi .savaajeaavjsaMsavjgga ?i'sej -ei aa .r Harms-i i V OATS WITHIN A Jf' QATB. Convenient Arrangement for the Pout try Yard Door. The accompanying cut almoit ex plains Itself. It la an ordinary gate In the poultry fence. The little gat Is put in where threo slats have been cut off at the bottom. To make a gate take two narrow, thin pieces ot board of length to nearly fill the space. Get several stiff pieces of large wire, heavy enough to stop hens. Crease the board for each wire or one ot thorn, place the end of a wire In each crease, and nail the boards together and the little gate Is made. Staples may be used If desired. To hang It, drive a large nail Into each end, lengthwise between the boards, and CHIT SAVED HIS LEO. Poultry Gate Within a Gate. fasten to the bottom of the large board in the largo gate by means of long staples. When you open the large gate the small one is carried with It When mischievous Biddy has somehow found tier way Into the garden and don't ...

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. — 20 April 1907

IN C1BCU1T COOT. Circuit court convened Monday morning mul oji thnt day the tit tendance was very light. A grand jury was ordered and the following gentlemen were rounded up by the sheriff and a titled: !. B. Stub hlefleld, foreman; K. L. Harrison, clerk; Alva Hnyden. Otto lleelt. II. C. Stone, J. It. Bttgg. .1. Held. G. W. Brundett. It. M Finley, A. V. Williams, Knimet Burke. C. S. Tanner. The grand jury adjourned Thursday evening. The petit jurors are: Robert Spann. Lee Wellman, W. J. Stone Win. Uriee. W. .1. Kindred. T. ,1. Bonnifleld, .las. Pope, Heed Kirk Patrick, Frank Hess. I. M. Wil liams, Henry Sehiwitz, Hen Ellis. Win. L'elsmann, Win. Shanks, W. L. Carroll, Chas. Hutehason. .lohn Kilhafner, Leo Uoshe, George I,ee, 1. X. Andt -r.-on. Wm. Moore. T..I. Snowdi'ii. Cal. tJupton. T. K. Kirk pat riek. F.lnur lVal was discharged from FHOM OH AX. FllOM llLoflGKTT. Sunday witnessed the first services in the new Haptist church. (Juite n large crowd was present the Methodist church ha...

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 April 1907

"li I i'l Hoaooooooool SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. ''WW. ..si r. -i VOL. 6 BENTON, MO., APRIL 27. 1907. NO. 34 1, 1 r a i 1 1 1 OBSERVATIONS BY THE KICKER. Tfie Roosevelt-Hrriman Incident Puts the President in the Hole.--One of the Now (In) Famous Letters. --Debs Takes Hide off the White House Bully. Perhaps nothing hns caused Koose velt. Block to plump so much 11 his utterances denouncing the unfortu nate officials of the Wectcrti Feder ation of Miners in prison in Idaho. Tbi conduct, was so uncalled-for end no unhcartl-of that it shocked the natiou. For the head of the ration to condemn men hefore. trial id a country where the accused is tin-sumed innocent until proven ... . . . ti witnoui nreceucm. 11 criminal double-dealing with the telephone company is to the niiseiu ble boodlers in their petty positions, There is a minor mutter outcrop ping in this dispute to which we think attention should be called, That is the president's uncalled-for reference to Debs, Moyer and Hay wood as 'unde...

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 April 1907

t i lilU'lH ilTl SCOTT COUNTY KICKEK. MIL. A. HAFNER. Publisher. J JOMCWfTIOIfi fin VM. H0 CASH." nt, rv.1 .it I In- nl nim-o In II.-iihmi M... '" 4'lr.irv II In.'. n -tt'i.!- -'.i in ill tii.!!''-' Truth, mercy am! charity give pence ml long life to the good citizen, Lelpsioiulversltysill celebrate tti five hundredth tuinlversary In l'JOfl. Alaska has ill newspapers, Arlzoua New York the largest number l,i37. l-'o." Podge gills object to being KM to the altar by utt escort of police-men, LOCK ID. Paris t taking to hor-e steals, but it still draws the line at automobile tires. I The life a ml death of a good tiiau I n volmtiB of glory on the shelf of Memory. The most hated man tti Ku?'.u I? dead, but It will not be ions Oof.'re there Is another one flattery Is the c-.iirer.' coin that cunning fakers pay to too; pli.loso phors for ready cash. Mnik Twain Isn't weautig his now white full dress sii.t this week. He has scut it to be olt .wed. -vu. ?,,- IN THE RUEF TRIAL SHERIFF AND CORON...

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 April 1907

BagjPlgJIJM f - 1 I A SOCIAL LEADER OF KANSAS CITV ,AttHtult Htr Exttllcnt Htaltk v Ft-ru-na, HORTICULTURE A 0000 BUSHEL CRATE. P. H. Ballou of Ohio Experiment Sta tion Telle Their Good Polnte. The dcslrnblo features of a crate for holdlriR or storing potatoes, apples or other ptodtmo arc llslitness, strength, compactness an'l convenlenco In hand' II M&-. If these points be combined In a Rtyle or form of package that will cnublo its to store them away eco nomically when empty In the least possible space we hnvc pretty nearly the ldml crato. Personally I do not THOUGHT HIM A LUNATIC. Carpet etin m colored on the floor with PUTNAM FATWI.KSS DYES. ,Ukuur uiugjmt. 10c per package. Every nan Is valued In this world as ho shows by his conduct that ha withes to bo valued. Bruyere. T.ewi' Single Hinder ctraialit 5c cigar. Made of i-xtru quality tninceo, Your dealir or Lewis' iViclory, l'cona, III. Nobody does anything well which ho cannot help doing; wotl: Is only done well when It Is d...

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 April 1907

I i 1 5 I 1(1 la ft I? v It'- lh S Qf i! l Mi i BENTON SCHOOL CLOSED. A suooessfnl term of the public ehool closed Friday of Inst week. The enumeration was 'Jtrj; etir mont, UMi. Fallowing promotions wen Mimic: Sth to !tth jjrndo Misses Norma . Tirmetistein, liOt inti Norr'nl and Jetty Tonkins. 7th to Sth erade Bosie Lamb ert, and dotinette Adams. oth and (ith to "th .Ins. Norrid. Kobert Norrid, Catherine Hunter. : 4th to 5th grade lVoillo Daniel and Norman Moloy. Gd to 4th Riude Lizzie Finley. Wnyno Walker, Cecil Norrid, and Louis Gobor. id to fld crude Albert Cioher, Dorris Brook, Mario Doty. 1st to lid grado losoph Thomas and Charley Mo.loy . Miss Norma Tirmeiistoin n hod tho prize tor highest average (hir ing the year. The Mioses Lot inn ind Clara Norrid received the prize for being neither tin tlx nor nb.ent during the year. FNOM COM.M Kill i:. (ileal interest i-being lniinitcstcd ill tile lei;il at Commit oil-1 ducted by the Nex. Win. Sxxopo. Swope i.. a product it thi. -ootio...

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. — 4 May 1907

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VOL. 6 BENTON, MO., MAY 4, 1907. NO. 25 I ft OBSERVATIONS BY THE KICKER. President Roosevelt "Smoked Out" by Labor. --Members of Labor Organizations to Wear Badges Reading, "We are Undesirable Citizens' Big Day May 4. rresidcnt Roosevelt went to fliel Let us iituilyze flu; utteriinee. ot'l I suy tlmt the picxident knew of nil' president. 1 nciiner expressed 1 11 oecuuse. 111 response to tin- cries llUllClltcd Jamestown exposition lust week to make, tho UMial show of himself. Tilings got pretty warm for liim at Wasliiiiton, so lie "lit out for tall timber." Kvidctitly Kooscvclt is realizing tliat "unciisy lies (lie lieail that wears the crown." Here is how it hapiH'iieri: Without a shadow of evidence ami with all eiretitnstaiif'es in their favor the president has twiee pub liely deelareil the othVinl.- of the "Western Fedeiiition of Miners now in Idaho jail as iruilty of murder. Tht II rM time he did not mention any names, hut spoke of "laltor leaders implieated ...

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. — 4 May 1907

III W. it ins. ! 5i i I V IP It- UK i .1 1(1 IS?.' r 5 SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. PHIL. ATMArNeW. Publisher. tWCtlHIOH, HI! YtAR.,$10gCA; IJ. aleiwl ut tho -o-t hIMiV 111 Umii. '.. I'lbruurt It. iX-J. uo itoiiiJiUvi wall ui....-r Moderation la everything li tbe se cret ol joy. It will be time enough When to-morrow Is past. to boast Happy la the ran who never recog nizes defeat and despair. When a man gets a reputation as a clever conversationalist you may bo sure that he never will be famous. A New York woman who lost $20 at a card party called for the police and had the game broken up. She needn't expect to be Invited out much altar this. Hudson Maxim announces that he has completed nu Invention which will make armor-plate useless. This ought to help some moro toward the estab lishment of universal peace. Government scientists claim that the eating of raw meat will enable people to become strong mentally and physically. It may be, however, that mental and physical strength can be achieve...

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. — 4 May 1907

RUSTIC WINDOW BOX. 4 Ornamtntal and Uaaful Artlela tt Beautify Horn. v Instead of using an ordinary green painted window box why not make an artistic one In which the color does not clash with the plants contained In It, but rather harmonizes with them and brings out tho beauty of the foli age to the most advantage, asks a writer In Popular Mechanics. Such a window box can be made by anyone having usual "mechanical abil ity and will furnish more opportunities for artistic and original design than many other articles of more compli cated construction. The box proper should be made a little shorter than the length of the window to allow for the extra space taken up In trimming and should be nearly equal In width to the sill, as shown In Fig. 1. If the sill ia Inclined, S Hi Plan of the Window Box. as Is usually tho case, the box will re quire a greater height In front, to mako it set level, as shown in Fig. 2. The box should be well nailed or sciewed together and should then be painte...

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. — 4 May 1907

ft 5' i J KM I I?? a a i I 1 1 i AX UGLY SITUATION. For some time there has been dis tention in the Catholic eongrega iion here. A small, but powerful, f not ion opposed the priest, while the larger, but less powerful, part of the congregation stood by him. I know nothing of the facts, and talk. Father Sehlothoelter is either ,,m ,h;' W,K " convictions n very bad niau, or he is a very much "m, w.h" V"'.'1 , ,,en,'1 k"!'V abused and persecuted man . That I lw 1','ll,'st . J hV-v J,,,VV M,,, l( ,- , .,..i,i.,. hi ...... ..i.. by threats and intimidations to minors have been ciieiilnte.l iiboiit hrittg about the repeal liim. So far as 1 am able to learn FHOM ORAN. Xow that school has elosed the , boys' gather up their fishing tackle the protestants here regard him as a talauted gentleman and pleasant. As a citizen there seems to be noth ing aginst his conduct. To me Father Sehlothoelter said that the The Iron Mountain railioad otli- eia.s are running tilings ne v wiiu , wm v st ,,., ,,...

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. — 11 May 1907

W7' m 13 m IP I w 4 w SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. BENTON, MO., MAY u, 1907. NO. 26 VOL. A ARK YOV 8ATISFIKP. The people of Missouri have had double-dose of legislation thin trip and the only apparent difference be tween this nnd former efforts is the additional cost of the ex tin session. In his original message the gov ernor outlined tnueh needed legis lation. Mnny hills were introduced along the lines of the governor's recommendations hut not one be Mine law in its original form . The bustnnd most needed legislation was killed out-right, while the few meas ures that passed hoth houses were ay mutilated and "amended" that their authors could not recognize them. And in the face of these facts the old Republic assures us that "the lobby was routed." The only law passed that is really worth shucks is the 2-ccnt railroad tare. This lnw if it becomes law will benefit chiefly the merchants, urofessional men nnd drummers vho do considerable travelling Railroad men have already an jounced that th...

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. — 11 May 1907

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER PHIlTaThAFNER. Publisher. " ICTtCMFTieW. FiB TEAa. I100CA!H. KnUrtM lit tl'u it iH'iv In iiennin. Vo.. u I'tbtuarr II. n. u.'n-,lla null m.it'i-r Ambassador White and his pon ar the tallest members ot the diplomat! orp3 In Paris. It Is sometimes difficult In Csntral America to tell where one war ends and the next begins. Tcnna dressmakers have woa rtrlke for higher wages. We know who will foot the bills. Jc panose may land In Canada, which has no Impassable barrier sep arating It from the United States. Two men have Invented great fuel savers within the last few days, but so far no one has come forward 'vlth a self-running lawn mower. MORE INYERESTED IN ANOTHER UNIX Hetty Green merely observes of cur rent large philanthropic gifts by rich people that they are "none of her business." Not In her line, In fact. The mikado and the crown prince of Japan are each having an album made of photographs of all the military and naval officers killed In the war with Russia. 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. — 11 May 1907

i Em 1 1 .HI CARRYING SQUIRE." Jiiiilco Geo. E. Law, of Brazil, Ind., Has Married 1400 Couplet. Justice Geo. E. Law, of Brazil, lad., has fairly earned the titlo "The Mar rying Squire," by which ho la known far and wide, having already married soma 1400 couples. Ten years ago ho was Deputy County Treasurer. "At that time," said Justice Law, "I- was suffer ing from an annoying 9t f Kiancy irouuie. .uy I back ached, my rest was broken at night, and tho passages of the kidney secretions wore too fre quent nad contained sediment. Three boxes of Dojn Kidney Pills cured mo In ISO", and for tho past nine years I have been free from kidney complaint and backache." Sold by all dealers. BO cents a bo::. Toster-Jlllburn Co.. Buffalo. K. V. 1 Ltfe, misfortune, abandonment, pot erly are the fields of battlo which have their heroes obscure heroes, who are sometimes grander than those who win renown. Victor Hugo. Lew!' Single Binder straight 8c cisar mailt of rich, mellow tobacco. Your dealer or L...

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. — 11 May 1907

m i Ik 14 .: 8 7i i- I I f ? it We 3 AT COUNTY COUHT DOIN'UH. The May term of county court opened Monday morning with till Judges present. The ttsititt crowd of paupers and others were on hnud to draw their qiimtevly allowances. The following business was trans asted Monday. Allowances: Win. Lour, 14: Wm. Hoiicom, si2."; Hosen Hall, 10; Church llasberry, &2't: Clara Hunter. 1"; .We Wilbur, l: Mrs. U. W. Shields, B. V. Owens, $10: Elvis Pool,!.; .1. It. Simpson, $10; Eliza Matisby: Noah Rose, $10; Church Sanders, Mi: Mrs. D. M. Coleman, $20; Mrs. Amanda Hitt, !.; W. L. Carroll, 71; Wm. Spalding. 1.V. Thos. A. Matthews, $10; Chas. Will: Hen ton Mill. 4.2:.. Dramshop license stunted to Cbas. Hanim and E. C. Smith, and Albert Losse. Edna. Change of road petitioned by V. L. Harris and Johnstone Land Co.. Morley. Hngg Seliool house and Sikeston road, surveyor ordered to view. FROM UMAX. In passing through the town of Vnnduser last week I was sitpprised to see the many valuable improve...

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. — 18 May 1907

'fTSCTS:'',v'.),-7'wT'TT;'a'"tf 4 SCOTT COUNTY ftlCKER. w VOL. 6 BENTON, MO., MAY 18, 1907. NO. 27 Observations by the Kicker. About "Undesirable Citizens. "--Washington and Lincoln Were Classed as Such in their Day. These undesirable citizens' a great .source of annoyance to art! the .ruling class. The mpti who nr on jtop me satisfied to let "well enough cfaione." The same platitudes and f "arguments" used in defense of ex isting conditions have been used for ages by the exploiters of tin; people "Obey the luw." is their cry, hut (Ley insist on making, interpreting and executing the law. To punish them there is no luw. But the "undesirable citizen" ir alwny.s with us. And the preach ers, teachers, editors, lawyers and ' officials of the time are hot on his ttftil. An "anarchist" they call him because he rebels against the injustices of the day. And the de sire to get something for nothing tm the purt of the exploiters has been the universal cause. Christ, drove the money-changers (...

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