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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 1 August 1908

HE IRO?f "WAX TALtt OT THE UIUER9 uf THE WEST. rtr ti - vi mi - i SYNOPSIS, Tlie alory .. .! ,UiHnK a trip of the "nrlaiiil .Mull" tliKuiuh t. Hm-ky IJi' uiitaliH. "Umlp Billy" tiodge, sluije V., r' -"'rul Wim-nt, it yuuiiK mun, uml 1'Mhun f.i'lwall.iil.r. intluiluieil. They i"iii' iiorii'"! the r. mains of a maimicr. i.ati-r nt Aiithuny's Mtntlon they tlnil the rultkliH h.ne ciirrlej their destructive work tliore hIjo. stelln AntliiiTiy, Unuuli. it nf Aiitlinny, keeper uf station, Is In trjulucfl. Anthony has own kllleil. Mnoi-m Is uyixtimi his work In unearth in if Mans uf em-mles of rallrnad. being lullt. Vincent visits town whore rallroail lain are Working on the roail anil receives ti'kcn of ,.8t,.,.in from Stella. Thu old rMc tlilur decides to work close to town In order that lie may be aide to litip fatherly watch over the young Woman. She Is engaged us n tutor for Mula Hernard, daughter of hotel land lady. lucent visits society circles of en- mips of the Central I'acltlc rai...

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. — 1 August 1908

S.' V . - - . - I I ' ' AHJMUUNUEMFNTS. . ThlollmlD harnnuthorlted their Miuounc i ) candidate In the primary flection, on I tht ticket under which their name appear, ; l ! I t 1 2 ( i 5 J it 1 rh .. 4' DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For State Senator, J. W. FARMS. For Reprcsentntlve.- 8. J. WADE. Eor Assessor W. R, BUKKS. C. 1). M. UUI'TON. For sheriff LOl'tS r. GOBKH. For County Trensnrer JOS. S. .NORr.ll. For SuMi'jor .1. E. WARNER. For County Judire id District, W. ED. HOHHS, REI'UULICAN For Apesnr, TICKET. tlEOKUB JACOns. NOTU'K OP FINAL SV'.TTl.VUfVT Notice 1 hereby Blven that tbe underlgDd CACLUkUIB ui iae caime UI 1.E0 SCHOTT. deceawd will make Honl aettletuei.t ot hla iiitonnts wltk Ml 111 eet.'lte H -ath cletiltiirs jit ih. term of the probate tourt of Scott county. Mo., iu iff- uviu-H m rniou, in aaiu county, utt t fuittth AU'Oduy in Anirut, lw. ln und Nick Sihutt, Eecntura. gpace left for that purpose on the ticket. Under the old law we had three committeeman from each township for ...

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. — 8 August 1908

I I it ft. sv it SCOTT COUNTY lilCKER. 3 V0L' 7 - BBNTON. MO.. AUGUST 8. 1908. " " V, gMIMT HIIIIMI ,, , MIMMWI PIV. 40 IN ADJOINING COUNTIES Socialism Spreading Fast in Stoddard County.--A mi rrum mssissippi ana uunkiin counties. All over Southeast Missouri the Socialists are nctive. While in the eounty recently, Organizer A. Q. Miller said the eomrndes of Stod dard county would like to have space in the Kicker and inquired how many subscriber would he necessary to command a column or two of space. My reply was, ' 'about a hundred." He said he thought he could get them. I am in receipt of two communi cations from outside the county. One is from Charleston and the other is from Dexter. Both writers arc holding public positions and -ask that their names be withheld. One fearH the national government and the other fears the local gov ernmentin this "free" country. Because politicians are in the habit of hiding behiud assumed names, the Kicker has adopted a rule to publish only signed ...

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. — 8 August 1908

SCO IT COUNTY KICKER " tHIL. A. hAraifiTMbiittur.--IbiacRimoN pkn YKAwTiWCAltT. Entered at "the r-ost" office In Benton, Ho,, on February U, 1(02, as aecoM lata mall matter 9UQQRSTCD STANDS PON INAUGURAL RARADI. IMttsbnr has seven mor' n.itto.'.n. banks than Beaton Of coiii-iki. that VJirosis germ Is ot the soft-sholl variety. A woman who hns had a gocj cry Is always In a lovely temper. Thu Kronen budsctry scheme for 1P0! will provide for two Dread naughts. The self-raising aeroplane Invented In Russia, let us hope, has no alum In Its composition. A Swiss scientist has added one to the seven thousand or so sure cures for tuberculosis. Man's dignity Is never so ponderous as when the bartender insists he has ' had pnoni?h. I If Minister Wu remembers the an swers to all the questions that he asks what a mass of information he must Dave. Some statesmen are so conceited they can go home after their maiden speech contldent congress is ready to adjourn. mil OBBMruiuMuJU A Wisconsin man has...

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. — 8 August 1908

mm a-'aat.-. -mmn THE CULTIVATION OF THE SMALL GRAIN PAYS Rolling d Harrowing at Right Time Glv. Increased xitia. By E. G. Montgomery, B. Sc., Nebraska. Tlio value of cultivation for hoed crops has go long been recognized thnt no one knows when the advantage was first discovered, and It Is alto gether reasonnblo to suppose that hud tho cultivation of small grain a corre sponding advantago the discovery would have been made early. How ever, the fact that the cultivation of small grain Is certain to yield less striking results than the cultivation of hoed crops does not prevent It from paying returns to tho farmer. Farm ing has so prospered that land Is as valuable as the time of horses and men. In other words, It may bo as profitable to add three or four bush els to the yield per acre by careful cultivation as to buy more land for tho growing of extra grain. What painstaking culture can' do for small ttraln on farms, the Nebraska station dutlng the last eight years has been attemptin...

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. — 8 August 1908

SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: Twelvemonths, $1.00! Six months, .60c Three mouths, .35. HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF. From Tom Wton'Stcb ol Acwptane. Comparing the conditions in the Roman empire just prior to its col lapse with condition here today, Tom Watson, Populist nominee for president, said: Brutus was one of the assassins who cut Caeser down, and Brutus was a money-lender who had been fattened at 487c int. There were many of these high-born usurers, and their wrath was intense when Caeser decreed that the rate of in terest should not exceed 12, and that there should be no such thing as the compounding of interest. Caesar revived the law against hoarding. Any capitalist who kept out of circulation a sum greater than $3,000 became a criminal, sub ject to severe penalties. The idea was, that money should circulate, that it was created for no other pur pose, and that whoever hoarded it. thus diminishing the available sup ply, causing inconvenience and loss to others, committed an offense against...

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. — 15 August 1908

rt t SCOTT COUNTY RICHER. 1 'fM VOL. 7 BENTON, MO., AUGUST is, 1908. NO. 41 THE DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM REVIEWED. Debs Says the Democrats Have Gone From Free Sll ' ver in 1896 to Gold Bricks in 1908. Eugene V. Debs, Socialist candi date for president, says that the Democrat have none from free sil ver in 1896 to gold bricks in 1908. No other man has so forcibly ex pressed the Democratic position and no other language could so clearly and briefly expressthe truth. There never was a more choice as sortment of gold bricks than the Democrats "moulded" at Denver. There is not a plank in their plat form that will be taken seriously Iby any thinking man. In the last issue of Bryan's Com moner annear two cartoons. One illustrates the tariff plank of the Re publican platform and is labelled, 'Guaranteed Profits for the Few." The other illustrates the guaranteed bank deDosits Dlank of the Demo eratic nlatform and is labelled, "finnrAiitPed Deposits for the Many." By this comparison Mr. Bryan hope...

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. — 15 August 1908

Erafv mnii.. a. HAkNtw. kssss . KIHI Kill tnRVAIITn nniiflimn I riHC vot for qovmno. U .yA . I F tuicRiPfr67rpWvEiii-ioQ-cAm "Z. TmTIZ st a 1 wit " u tiff 31UIU IXflUtJ m$mm&Z - BALL BY 1 6.895 j 1rJ- TWELVE PEOPLE ARE KNOCKED DOWN ' 1 "l I I? 1 r 1 PA m m i i; 3f 4 Almost every emu can afford now to be a vegetarian. Elephants tire l)f Ing 0111 ployed In Paris ai "sandwichmen" to advertise a music-hall In the Champs Elysees. Doubtless the young mnrTnt tho soda fountain thinks it Is on account of his personal charms that the gh-s come flocking. A Chlcaso woman attorney has Just received a fee of $30,000. but that is no reason why women should become i disgusted with housework. A Niagara Fnlls man proposes to shoot thu whirlpool rapids in a canoe, but it Isn't likely that anyone will care to risk her sofa pillows with ltlui. New York is to have the highest building in the world. High Unance In that town has got so that it isn't sat isfied with present accommodations. A skysciaper ...

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. — 15 August 1908

niiit I Iff!' 1 E HE IROtfWAY A TALE o THE BU1XDER3 cJHK7B? r- vjf iJtliS WEST j f i SYNOPSIS. ..a1'' ,"!"' t'n.i tlurlnu a trip of tin 0Tlainl .Mail" tliiniitih Hi.. Uuchy tin. inlaliiM. "I'll li. limy UmIiu-. 5tan.. Miw r, Alfinl VlticMiu, n vduiik UKili. utiil J'liln.ii-) Cahv.ill:uUr, Imro.liRiMl. Tln-y Hiri'H tlie iiMimlin of a muf ;un Later at .iitliny' minimi th-y lliul the i1tiltiH i.avi- tatrli'ii tiulr cic.mutlve url: tin r, alia. Stella Anthony, iIuubIi lr of Anthony, keiin-r of station, l.i In-trpdiu.-ii. Anthony has bien klll-il. Mnc.tit U nslami his wmk In um-arlli-ti, P'-l'." ot tn.'tnh'S of rullr.iail In-hiK omit, ln-vot visits town when- rallroail lai-n nti- wcrklin.' on the mad ami re elves token of estitm ftom Htt lla. Tin- old M.u'e iirlvir ilccliles to woik rlisn to town . onier that he niav he able to H'l'P ratlatly wateh over the ymtns woman. She Ik ensaued as a tutor for Mola llernaiil. ri.iUKliU-r of hotel land lady. Mtiri'iit vlflts poelety clrrlts of en in...

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. — 15 August 1908

SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: Twelvemonths, $1.00. Six months, .60c Three months, .33. THE LESSON OF IT. After an entire weeks' battle the opposition to the saloons at Chaffee and Oran are temporarily victori ous. To do this it required the time of twenty r thirty men and women for nn extire week, besides livery rigs and other expenses to say nothing of the time of the court that must be paid by the taxpayers The men neglected their business and the women their household du ties, and Mrs. Wood was very pain fully, if not dangerously, wounded in n run-away. And what ha? been accomplished! The saloous have suffered tempor ary defeat and a half dozen law vers lined their pockets. Probably within thirty days new petitions in the name of different applicant? will appear and the whole tight will have to be gone over again, Just so long ns theie is profit in selling liquor, just so long will men en gage in the traffic no matter what may lie our lavs If it cannot beu sold legally it will be sold ille...

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. — 22 August 1908

& it SCOTT COUNTY FUCKER. VOL. 7 KICKER OBSERVATIONS Side-Lights on the Land Question. Some Oood .Democratic Authority that Private Ownership of the Earth is a Crime Against Mankind. 'The city wage-earner is1 concerned about his job. The man on the BENTON, MO., AUQUST 22, 1908. Iimtl is also concerned about his job. Both want, to know how Socialism would effect them. We know how capitalism gouges both. And since this is a funning community it may be well to see what effect Socialism would have on the men who feed and clothe the people of the world. 1 am not an nnthority on So cialism and can only give it as I understand it, as gathered from other writers. Socialism is a scien tific plan for the re-arrangement of society so that none can live upon the labor of others. Each will re ceive the full product of his labor, and profit, rent and interest will be abolished. The chief aim of the fanners' tniou is the elimination of the use less "middlemen" between the farmers and the marke...

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. — 22 August 1908

SCO IT COUNTY KICKER 'Still, a. LAiMfc TjsciPtI6n Plw VllOnioo'c'Aig. , Entered at the poit offlce'ln Benton. Ho., on rebrunrr 14, HKU, as Mconi ilui mall matter Second thoughts are often best, ven In a case of love at first sight. How can you expect everything 'In a summer resort circular to be on the square? As a high tlyer CoutiT Zeppelin shows remarkable ability to keep a cool heal. To be wholly up to date. New York's new 903-foot otllee building ought to have an airship platform on the cupola. The Mexican revolutionists have at least demonstrated their ability to make as much noise as their nelghbois to the south. CUBA SITS OUT FOR ANOTHER. ATTBMPT. Commander Peary has begun his I dash for the north pole, but Interest I In several dashes for the pennant pole ' will not diminish. I One would think at first blush that C.000 policemen could whip all Uip women In the British empire, bu suf fragettes are different. When the Cubans tack to the woods and upset the government of Pres i...

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. — 22 August 1908

TALE OF THE BUILDERS VA7TT mT ilSv 8YN0PSI9. no one of tlm pasputittprs to Virginia . "-" on i no ilnv th i' acprvlllc stncp nitiuiituiiK. Tnci,. uiny i,in, st(l"e Dutch Flat ntnl Don driver, Alfrcil Vliitent. u vimm: man. nml J'liltie.ts r.Uwall.ul.r, IntKMlinl. Tiny runic ai'rot tin- ntiinln of a imuetnere. l.it.r at Atillmny'- Million t Jj.-y lind the ledkltis rnrrlvil their ilestruettve Work there also. Stellu Anthony, daugh ter of Anthony, keeper of station, l In troilufi.l Anthony lm b-oti killed, lni.Mit I uMkii-.I hl work In unearth lint iil.uw of etietnlea of railroad (..Inn l'Ullt. lnct-.it h-!ts town win re railroad liii 11 nre Hotlflmt on the loul and re, elves token of tjjteem from Stella. Th old time driver deeldes to work .lose to town In order that hi- may he uhle to l:'ci fatloMiy watch o.-r the yoims woninti. She Is onttatfed ax a tutor for Jiolu Ilertmrd, daughter of hot' I land lady. Intent vllta -uelety tlnl-- of ii- mies of the Central I'ai-irtc railroad and iJ...

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. — 22 August 1908

i - i SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: Twelvemonth?, $1.(X). Six months, ,60c Three months, .35. 3 I- I! x SJiA r 6 If i lit W. A. SllttT. Frank And o.t. J. A. , Kirk- KEEP IT UP. So long as the workers continue to stand by the Kicker, I can "smile sweetly" at the efforts of the or ganized forces of capitalism in Scott county to put the Kicker out of business. What I am just a little prouder of than anything else is that the Kicker is beginning to get n hold in Richland township, where the capitalists have fought so hard to keep it out. Since last report, 62 of the faithful hnve reported- making a total of K!o for the pa four weeks. Here are the latest arrivals: Sikeston. Win. Hipp, Frank .Martin. Ernest Vaughn. D. H. Hoi eouib, T. J. Cautrell. .1. R. Bacon. G. K Lindsay. Jackson Knight. E. F. Love, W. 11. Houston, Os car Golightly. T. E. Sheby. Denton. T. B. Worr'all. .Joe Norrid, Wm. Spalding, .). C. Wil m)ii, Otto Mertss. Me Morrow, Henry It rant, Roy Kneezle. John Reese George Trea. Blodgett...

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. — 29 August 1908

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER VOL. 7 BENTON, M0M AUQUST 1908. NO. 4pA KICKER OBSERVATIONS. Where Does Bryan Expect to Qet His Vote?--Sol Id South all that Is Sure. Conditions Down South. Were it not that I know there are yet some honest voters who be lieve in Bryan, I would refuse to discuss the Democratic party. In my judgment it has less chance to win than the Socialists for changes and conditions may yet arise that will cause the people to stampede to Debs. You can't tell. The pendu lum is swinging that way. Every where the people are thinking and talking Socialism, and for the week ending August 8 the circulation of the Appeal to Reason increased 5, 274. Think of that for ONE WEEK. For the previous week the increase was nearly 3 ,000. This tells its own story. The increase has been greatest in the states of Illinois, Texas, Missouri, Pennsyl vania, Oklahoma and Kansas. Three of these states are Democratic and three are Republican. New Socialist papers are starting up everywhere, and the p...

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. — 29 August 1908

SCO I T COUNTY KICKER PHIL. A. HAKMfr. Publisher. 8U CWIPTION PIWVl7kWH69CAST. Entered at th pout office In Benton. Ma, on February it, 1(02, aa second lata mall matter Does the shah take hli country fot Persian carpet to be dyed blood red? There Is a streak ot yellow In the crooked butter dealer aa well as In his product Over 23,000 tons ot rabbit meat were received In London from Australia last year. A butter churn holding only one quart of cream Is now made for do mestic" use. The newest forge does away with the usual bellows, being lltted with a compressed air tank. Without underrating the prowess of daring and athletic women, their sex will always break more hearts than recouls. APPEAL SCORES OIL REVERSAL GOVERNMENT'S PETITION 8AY8 THE APPELLATE COURT DID LANDI3 INJUSTICE. GOES TO SUPREME COURT Writ of Certiorari Will De Asksd Present Motion Is Overruled Attorney General Bonaparte Takes n Hand, Over In New York they are talking about having a hotel for chorus girls exclusively....

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. — 29 August 1908

HEIRONWAr TALtt 0 THE BUILDERS OF THE WEST. iy y 8YNOP3I8. TIip story otii'tii iturtiiR n trip of the "OkVrl.mil Mull" tliiviiRli thu iini'k)' mountnltis. "Unrlf Ull',;" tolKc, utilise tilyi'i', Alfrid Vlncont, a yo.'.nn . unit I'liinoan Ciuhvallmlcr. IntroOu.;. Ti.V .mm' Hclos.1 icmiilliH tl u mntiicrr. I.nti r at Anthony' million tluvv Urol tlia ivtlhkln l.ave carrii'il their doKtructlw work tluri- iilo. Strllu Anthony, ilniwli-tr-r of Antliniiy, kn-tier of ntntlon. In In Irnducnl. Anthony lian horn hilled. lucent hi itMlsnwl his work In unearth IiiR plnns of enemleH of railroad hi I nit Mint. Vlnrint visltR town where railroad inn are worklns on the road nnd receives token of rateem from Stella. Th old itane driver declileH to work rlosn to .own In order that he may he nhlo to kep fatherly watch over the younir woman. She In emrnRed n a tutor for J lola lleriniid. daushter of hotel hind lady. Vincent visits society circle of en cml.i of the Central l'aclllc railroad and hums thei...

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. — 29 August 1908

SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: " Twelvemonths, $1.00. Six months, .60c Three months, .33. WORKERS.SUNITE! "Workers of the world, unite; you have nothing to lose bnt your chains, and AjWORLD TO GAIN." So wrote KarljMnrx sixty years ugo. But the workers have refused to take his advice and they still wear their chains. How long they will continue to dojso depends entirely on themselves. There is nothing that so frightens the capitalists as iuiorguuized move ments among thejworkers. For the truth of thi!lstatement it is only necessary to note the continuous effort to smah thejlaboi- unions and the hostility to organization amoug the farmers. Todaythere are fann ers in Seott county who dare not join the union because of the boss. And yet these farmers imagine themselves free! Some caunot!understand why 1 advocate Socialism. Not long ago a well-to-do citizen said to me: "What are you kicking about; you live better than any man in town" That's it in Ja nutshell selfish ne. I ought to be happy and con...

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. — 5 September 1908

SCOTT COUNTY IUCKER. VOL. 7 BENTON, M0M SEPTEMBER 5. 1908. NO. 44 v41 19 A Cancelled 2-Cent Stamp. An Old Farmer, a Civil War Veteran and Indian Scout, Runs Against the Red Tape of Federal Authority. (This article Rives an idea of the doings in Federal courts, where a lot of useless tax-eaters kill time harraassing their betters. An old fanner who innocently placed a cancelled stamp on a letter and tuuiled it, is brought into court. But Harriman, who used the mails to defraud the people out of fifty million dollars in one deal, has not been discovered by government de tectives. Editor. O. V. Ogden in American Magazine. "It's this-a-way, jurge," the pri soner explained, wadding his cap in his nervous hands, "my eyesight ain't ns good as it was onct, say when I was gov'ment scout with Ginernl Mites when we fit the Apaches. I'm git tin' old, jurge, an' I give you ui' word an' doner that if that there stamp's been dab bed with ink, I never seen it." The deputy marshal who had brought 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. — 5 September 1908

Will A. HAFNKW, Mllshor. v-jyw, II I 1,1111111 li t,. ... fVlll 10 IhVUUkV M . , 'fiAH L I Sannaa-snM.1 MANY HOUSES WERE DESTROYED WIIML M Dy his persistence In standing pal President Castro makes Casablanca look like a scared rabbit. "Ice prices stationary," says a news Item In a contemporary. Hut the trouble Is that the Ice Isn't It melts. II. C. llansbrough, United States tenator from North Dakota, was beat en In his light fur renomluatlou at the primaries. Some Inventive genius ought to put a rubber powder mill on the market. The walls could then blow out In stead of blowing An English explore:- Is starting for the south pole while I'eary sails not th. Polar exploration has a tine Anglo- Saxon hue this, season. j An Improved apparatus has been I made by Dr. Fritz Lang of Munich by , which the Inside of the stomach cau be clearly photographed. According to ::; correspondent of ! the l.oudou Times both the thai sub j tans of Morocco depended for troops I upon each other's deserter...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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