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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 19 July 1902

i m 4 1 sat ts?. HARWESS THtt WIND. Haw the Farm Haass Caa Basil Supplied with an Abaadaaet of Good Water. For many jenrs we have ufTereti aerlmix Inconvenience in nhtnlnlng a tiilllclcnt up)t,v of water for liotlre tin, opeeltilly for the Inst 18 or SO tumuli!-, l-'ur more tliiin 13 tnontha of lliio time Me have curried vvnter (or hotie uc n dlMnnce of 40 feet and liml to trump up hl J2 feet.. We have u spring of wutcr illtchargtng about one liiirrcl of wuter every hour winter and miimier, wet or dry. Thin spring l 4i feet lower thnn the kitchen door anil 470 feet distant. I.nM summer we Imllt it reservoir or tank of stone laid u p I ti. I'or 1 1 n n (1 c c in e n t . me r ii n il n roti n d the kprliif, holding nlmtit 14 barrets of SPRING fpRN KARM WATER 8Y8TEM. wntcr. We then laid one-Inch galvan ized Iron pipe (Inside measure) 30 Inch c under ground from spring to kltcher diuir. and put a gnlvanlxed Iron tank holding one barrel of water inside kitchen door; put nn overflow pipe ...

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. — 19 July 1902

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER K&Urwl at the past office In TU'titon, Mo on Vtbrtmry 14, 1IK4, ns Bwond-claw mull mutter. Published at Benton, Mo., every SATURDAY UY :- l'HIL. A. llAKNEH. OFFtCIAIi 1'APEll OK HCOTT COUNTY Subscription, $1.00 Vcr Yenr. VOTE 'ER STRAIGHT. The Judicial convention held at Springfield Inst tveek to nominate three Democratic candidates for the supreme court Is said to have been oneo! the most disgraceful gather lnrfs ever assembled In Missouri. Liquor flowed ns free ns woter and the kicker has It from private sour ces that n majority of tho delegates wore not at nil sober, while the chair man was so maudlin drunk that ho could not preside and was lend from the platform. Tins private Infornm tlon Is corroborated by the following press dispatch from Springfield : "At five o'clock Chairman Shelton reappeared on the prntform and seized a travel. A transformation seemed to have been effected in the presiding officer during the recess He waved the travel feebly and sp...

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. — 26 July 1902

-v SCOTT COUNTY HJCKEfc. Vol. I. BENTON, MO., JULY 26 1902. Get Your Pencil, Mr. Tax-Payer, And Figure Out, if You Can, Where You Are At? Republicans Say You Have Been Robbed. Demo- uni. 6.u Thau I la --Nlrtur itViiii fair a Him " UV J LllVl MUTT VU Wnv I YOU'RE A THIEF! From 0m UlolwDmorriit. 'Nearly onoyeurngo the Globe. Dem ocrat puhlbihed uevi-ral tables, uil tuailo up from tlio printed report of Democratic state auditors during the Inst thirty yours, nhowing that the books o( tlm state, if the reports of Democratic state auditors give their true condition, ore discrepant by tunny millions. Gov. Dockery chnllen led tlieGlolie-Domocrat to examine the books, but we were pushing tlm investigation of Democratic official report already in print, and, more over, did not regnrd the governor's invitntinn as sincere, which subse quent events have proved to lie a cor rect view. The Star asked the gov crnor's permission to examine the books at the state capital witli ex- nvrts of its own s...

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. — 26 July 1902

Klf :.CV I mmwmak 1 !! Iff I tfl M III I if i ft IMS. r X r '4 Scott Count likker. mu a. MAnttm, raMianet. T0MC1 OF Til DAY. Hot a Seeead Claclaaatae. Cincinnati! was twli rn11ii Ms plow to lead the Roman army. Cronje him decided that once will bt about enough for him. Morgan's drave Diim If Plerpnnt Morgan purchase Turkey, us now thrrntens, there will be grhve danger that before he get, through he will be the "sttk man" ol America. A Xervr Proposition. Secretary Moody. In the hardncst of his heart, ordains that tlncli train's sailors shnll go to sea once In a while and learn to walk a brldgi as well us they dance a germao. Teachers Man Hove Paratopes. The city of Chicago han determined to compel all applicants for positions r. school-teachers In the public Kehools to pass n physical as well as educational examination before they are licensed. Aiming (or t.lfe Sentence. Jele Morrison desires another trial, since her first one cleared her, the second insulted In n sentence for live y...

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. — 26 July 1902

CHICKEN COOP DOOR. It la IImbIs la Coaetraetloa, Bat aTaV feet We at All Seasoaa at the Year. While making o visit to tieorgt I. Moore's fnnn in Plymouth county, Mass., lie collpil my attention to a clilcketicoopdnurthnt he Invented and hasttsetl for ome time. The arrange ment W simple, an the drawing will chow, but It nevertheless effective. Doom that slide up and down between cleats are apt to bind when awtlled by i rath. When door are fitted with hlngei, unlets of leather, they will rust and break when exposed to the weather. DOOR THAT NEVER STICKS. Mr. Moore has obviated all this trou ble by the use of a common one-qusr ter-lnch carriage bolt, and the door is opened and closed with ease, no mat ter what the weather may be. The entrance hole to the coop should be clrculnr and about ten Inches across, while the door must be about one inch larger, with one side pear shape, in which to bore the hole for the bolt on which the door is hung. The door rest on a cleot, the up per side of...

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. — 26 July 1902

1 rtw BSS' ir I I'l. i 1 hi 1 2 I gOQTT COUNTY KICKER I sbbh1I.b1bbs I gBSggaasaESSBBsgeg I I fMaWiWWMWWW ffclWaWMWaaNPWpd I Pvbfehea) t BantoUj Mo,4 every OVflOtAt. pAVKK Of BOOT COUNTY Subscription, 91.00 Per Your, OMBTtll,N.O FOR TAXrAYEttB. Whether r not than? is nny found ation fcrttettvorUhat$U,000,000 if the taxpayer' fcuiiy,ia unite counted for ut Jefferson City the KtvKKR dotn no know.. Rooontly tho (llolv&Uuniocrut employed flvo pxport accountants from different putts of the tate to innko tho cnlcu futlon from the ofllelul flguivi na publtHhed. A Jew yiH) ago the O.-D. published the ivmilt of th4r work, whluh showed mime I'luvon millions of dollar inin1iir. Kadi mnti mnd his own report over hi own sigiuiliire. Thoynrenll l-cputubic bushies nuti from different onrts if tho UaU. Commoutiiijr on their rnport tho fit. Lhi!n Star na,vn; "For Its own satisfaction The Star fias taken tUa trouble to go through tho repovrs of the G.dVe.portg,und is gra titled to know that they ...

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. — 2 August 1902

V SCOTT COUNTY RICHER. Vol. I. BENTON, MO., AUGUST 3, 1902. No. 38. The Machine-Made State Platform. It is a Mass of Misrepresentation, Doception and Buncomb, Intersperced with Plain Lylng.--It Will Not Harmonize With Known Pacts. Tlicro was u mighty "flopping" In Itciiton on Wednesday of Inst week when the papers arrived announcing that tlieDeiuocrutlcstatecouvcntloii Imil declared for municipal ownership ninl direct legislation. It came us n great surprise to those who luul de nounced the advocates of these meas ures an "demagogues" mid "assist nut Republicans." Not nn adminis tration organ advocated theso re forms, nor wus there nn office-holder itr politician nt nil close to tlio Htnte House King thnt favored thoin. And yet these things were put in tho pint form. Why? Deenuso the Kickkr ndvornted these measures the local representa tives of the Mtnto ring pointed to this paper hh lielng undemocratic and n bolter. They said thnt publicown- rshlp would give the party in power too ...

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. — 2 August 1902

MS1- A. lAmUf FlMUH, 141 J i it 53 DXXTOet. j UmQVKL fWIOI8ICIUMilOWCKISCK!CWMCy:i040M")j ltttt JULY. 1902 jj I m. rm to. tin. m. ur. 1 2 3 4 5 ? S i o u te it it i o I t I20 2T22 23 24 25 SK 8 27 28 29 30131 .... .... .... I.. ..I.... in 0 8 I I JD TOPICS OP THE DAT. Hare Climbed the Monument. More than 3,000,000 people have as cended the Washington monument fcl nee it was opened, 14 years ago. Climatic Versatility. There Is no limit to the poslbltl ties of a country thht can have snow storms In June and sunstrokes In January. Those Smoke-Clands. Vor eery time he tills a pipe of medium hlze 11 smoker blow Tno smoke-clouds. If he smokes four pipes u tiny for 20 years, he blows 80,410,000 smoke-clouds. What W Are Coming To. A Frenchman litis completed nn in vention which does 11 way with the ilnsh, tht; smoke nnd the sound when 11 cannon is tired. Now If they will get rid of the bullet war will bo per fectly lovelv. ( Happenings in Missouri. Xu DlDercnre In the Cat. The difference be...

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. — 2 August 1902

r-v HOW HORTJTHK SPAOKI the space! Hew much to del Mow rjw and brief thedaya of mr.l Bo much to learn of fait and true And only thret-acore year and ttnl Bo Uttlt'tlma to do thlngt well, wucB-io very much to know! AE? nll we labor In our cell Tho yeara do not forget to to. lo nar.y thlnit that we might learn, If only time would atay It: tide, Ana once again our youth return To keep the ahadow from our ride. W e ll do the Utile that we may, At;d In aome tlmelgnorlng ipot l'crrtnps flnd what we loie to-day. -t rank M. Sweet. In Hain't Horn. MARIETA By LENA BLXNN LEWIS. J HE hnnd organ moved on around the corner, nnd the sweet voice the pretty Italian girl wai only memory to moot nf tta, but not to the old professor. Hcrr Letts wns en thtialaatic, nnd that Ir the way Marl eta come to be a pupil at one of the most exclusive school for girls in the cunt. I remember so well the day aha came to tig. Old OHo 'brought her, and Hhc clung to him and cried when he left her. Miss King, the pre c...

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. — 2 August 1902

rev -r ,5SS Eft:" IS. VA errs EST &C0TT COUNTY KICKER , Kktftnl ttt the pout otfltv In Itoiitoii, rrtrt.v H, low. M KyonUliu. tnnll v Mo., na mutter. Publtsliud nt llcnton, Mo., uvury kiTtrimAv hy -: 1'hil. A. U.rxKit. bmciAt. TAPKH OK SCOTT i'Ot'.NTY SWv.rV'1 HulwiTijitlon, 1.(M IVr Year. IS THK MONKY flOXK.? &oi.iitbliijr mini- limn n yr-iir ny;ti bo Ulnbo-lleiiioi'ttit bopm to point tmt fjlmiiw tli.xiTi'iiuiifii's in Missou rlV .liuiiitwritijx at tiifcim from tlic 'official report of llic stale auditor. Ho v. Dookor.y wrote a long lot tor fluti.v doiiylng tlmt tlioiv wax any lr WjHiliirity l the Ktate liook-koejiin-r unil annoiiiKftl that "the book are tpoil. eomo ami exanilno the bonk.." In th! inoantMao the (iovortior 'wan lntvlmr the bnofci fj-one over hy Htate Auditor Allen ami his nssis taiitn. Tlio (l.-D.pontinitoilltwliamnteiinj:'. but did not take ailvautae of the f Jovornor's invitation toexaiaiiiethe 1ook.4. Tin St. Louis Star, an enor uvtie ewniiifi- paper, hop...

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. — 9 August 1902

1 SCOTT COUNTY IUCKER. Vol. I. BENTON, MO., AUGUST 9, 1902. No. 39. How THey Do Squirm. The Ringsters Hard Defense of the Pressed Party." For Realizing the Strength of the Public Ownership Movement They Try to Discredit Its Leaders. Organs Must Earn the ''Appropriation." Phil A. Hnfner cot into the Merrl .wetlicr Municipal Ownership party, which held Its 8tote Convention ut St. Louis this week. In great slmpe. Ho wns made chairman of the com tnittee on resolution, and was also ,put on the executive committee. In this latter committee- he will help to decide whether or not the Municipal Ownership Party shall "Indorse" the Republican candidates for Supremo judge or iinme their own candidates. The committee wns appointed to de cide to Indorse the Republicans, as it was feared the proposition would not pass if submitted to the convention. As it is commonly believed that Mer iwether's nartv nromoters are In rea lms the pay of the Republicans, the son is not far to seek, Philip broken wit...

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. — 9 August 1902

: swum;: uvKunvrv ' ' . w- -a. 1 '.n-.v a., w Mi , , . . - .... - fc i jt Ml Willi Mil. whs, a?. l i r I 5 T 1 J cott Cowtj kktr. iuonron. a MtntfT p6OI010ICICIO)CCMQWOIOIOIOIC(Oi:fltCKllCia 1902 AUGUST. 1902 i w. tw. to. mn, nr. ur. H H H II H J -iiJ.J.2i 9 i JLLJiiiiiJi il Ji ii ii 11 iil 23 ! 24 25 26 27 28 29 j 30 i 31 j TOPICS OF THE DAT. Ilk la the lotted Slates. Of the silks used in tlie United States $20,000,000 tire Imported and $107,000,000 worth homemade. The domestic silk Industry employs 21,000 men, 30,000 women nnd 0,000 children in 4S3 mills, with $Sl,ooo,ooo capital. That Bashy- Taste. The Galena (Kan.) Times Is pictur esque in its choice of metaphor. It peaks of n citizen as having a taste In his mouth like unto the one which comes from "plucking- too much fruit from the Anheuser" bushes." Knu si City Journal. The Best Missouri News Drove the raro? (Int. The white men of Decatur. Ind., J town of the last negro to he found in it, and they announce that It will hereaf...

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. — 9 August 1902

WW MP EXTRACTING HONEY. II I loma Troablc to Iteare II, Bat Additional Prslla Par (or laa Balra Work. 1 got my carljr Initructtoni Id Call fornla In 18TS. My- first leuon wat that a lit.) man would make lazy bee and know that to be to. I prefer to make extracted honey aathere it more profit in it. The beei that wilt make 100 pound of comb honey will make 350 to 400 pounds of extracted honey if properly attended to. The railroads cluirge twice as much freight on comb honey as they do for extracted and the dead weight it about double. In California I have shipped lift tons from 73 stands and their increase in one reason, nnd I did not use my meth od of rapid increase, but could not do FARM HONEY HOUSE. half that in Arizona. Everything here has small leaves nnd small flowers ex cept plants whore roots can reach water, to the bees have to go to so innny more flowers to get their load thnt a strong stand will take three weeks to fill up as much as they would do in California in one week....

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. — 9 August 1902

a, j . , r . -- - -r ' - - - -"'- -r ............. BP SCOTT COUNTY KICKER I lobbyists, or Dick Kerem, tho roll- BfrK' 5 -CttwM at tbli paitofficala Beaton, Ho., on MR?K TtoTntxj 14. ltw, m aacond-tlaat mull mattw. Published at Benton, Mo., every . watwipav by :- Phil. A. HAPSRn. wfi orrianh paper op pcott county b r. I; i f L. 1 Hi U 'f1 gtlbscrlpttqn, .ftt.OO 1''-'r lobbyists, or Dick Kcreni, tho rail road maguate. In either case the people are subjected to railroad or corporation rule. In Missouri wo cinim to hnvo a Deniocrntic administration. Dcmoe roc' menus tlie rnlo of tho people. Was it tliii people who selected Dill Phelps as a delegnte-at-lurge' to the Inst National convention? Wan it the people who hist year called the Democratic State convention three thorifhs in advance of tho usual time and in advatieo of tho National convention in order to butt off all opposition to the nmehlnenuide poli tical 'Mate'? Was it the people who passed the so-called "pure-food law" which giv...

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. — 16 August 1902

SCOTT COUNTY RICHER. am Vol. I. BENTON, MO., AUQUST 16, 1902. No. 40. THe Public Ownership Platform. o Declaration of the New State Party that is Causing Such a Stir in Missouri Politics. i. PUBLIC OWNERSHIP AND DIRECT LEMSLATION. The Public Ownership Pnrty in state coaventlon assembled reaffirms its platform of March 20, 1807, and February 7, 1001, nnd points to re cent history as a vindication of its principles nnd predictions. We de dared in 1807, and repeated in 1001 that the system of giving public franchises to private corporations Is the fountain source of political cor rnptlon; recent grand Jury reports nnd boodle prosecutions bine veri fied this position to the letter; 8135.000 was placed in n vault for the purpose of bribing city official to give away n street railroad fran chise worth millions, and today n number of St. Louis' most "promi nent" citizens arc in Egypt, Mexico and other foreign lauds, fugitives from justice, because of municipal corruption that would never 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. — 16 August 1902

" I if 1 ft 111 I if it i if I IIIIKiBbV'' mT. Scott Comity likker. A. nUtltlB, Tt.MHse. mwtok, a .uimouhl yti(cicw(wwMw:ici3iiii.jcu-i.iJ( 1 1902 AUQUST. 1902 mt "L rm- m- j! II T4 56y8 9")j 1 io u i 7J IT TiT "i?n 24,25 26 j 27 28 '29 30 jj HC)Cm9t0M0t00M0BJIOt3KI0i:i:iC TOPICS OP Til DAT. Happenings in Missouri. nw Xetanea's Doable Halo. T.ord Methuca Is sure of fame la two respect. He was the first Hrlt Ish general to (ret licked anil the lust to get captured. Ant the Government Lltn. Secretaries Root and Knox have gone abroad, Hoy and Hitchcock to Mimmer homes, rayne and Wilson "out west," and the prcsMenet j)icnlcs tt Oyster Bay. Yet the coerrtnivnt still live... Rather Stmrnerlnir. i The Boer war sent down British consols from 113 to tfl. but they hne risen to 96 since peace was assured. Nevertheless, the experience was rather staggering to the British financial world. Slow They Seed Morcan. Perhaps If the Boers will send for Werpont Morgan he will nruiinlze their $15,000,000...

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. — 16 August 1902

mm DAIRY REFRIGERATOR. Haw a Dakota Parmer Cnasiraetea Kleellve Coaler at a Mom laal Kseae. Tn 1R03 1 put n simill room In a Rmith Dakota creamery Hint would hold mm pounds nf Imtte'r, write Huff Jersey, lu llimril'M Dairyman. The creiuneiy loom wis mi smnll tlint I lie rcfrlgenilnr hIoihI only four feet from the holier, n very trying lnmlllon, hut for nil flint the tern. Hcrnture wn at degree. We nre using n chest that I built Hint holds 400 pounds of one-pound prints and Soo pounds of lee. t have often weighed the drip, nml. when the room was up to 00 or too. degrees p- INTERIOR O.K KKFRIdERATOIt. the wnste wn nut one pound per hour. This et.oler coots just 91 1. US for tnitterlnl. f will give ns brief n description nf the iiiiinne) of mnhlng ns possible. For a mom' nt nny sire mnkc lint torn tirst o( four or six-inch flooring. To start, cut flooring enough for first eoiue. the width of the room is to be ii nd length ; tnhe t wo try t wo Inch st rips, lay them down IS Inches npnrt...

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. — 16 August 1902

I. i j i L c COTT COCTTY KICKER m aft tit fiaat nin. to Hmnw mi jrattaarjr l. 12, aaatroftd-ltaa Mali tifalter: Iftbllsuodat Benton, Ma., wry atcbay nv -: Phil. A. Havkkr. optTpiAb pAign oy soott county Subscription, 1 .M IVr Vr. KEEl .SOMETHING ,1)01X0. ,The KjcKKn lo of the opinion that jitU perfectly proper .to keep some thing doii'iy during campaign jrearn. Hennyit will be no surprise to our .rentiers to .team that something ii likely to happen. They have hoard ot the Hun. AV. 0. (Canlwell, a Democratic repvesi'iita tiro in,the. late Minmourl legislature, and chulnnun ui the Jackson Club of Kansas City. This Mr. Cardwell charged that .members of ,the $tute House lliiig traded .legislation for campaign .boodle. In a letter published in 'the St. Louis Republic thn very Honorable Jjam CoOK completely demolished 'Mr. Cardwell by wiling him a "liar" and ti."diHgraee to the Democratic party." A judgment against Ham Cook docs not seem .to be considered gilt edged although the books of ...

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. — 30 August 1902

SCOTT Vol.l Meriwether's Plain Talk. He Delivers Some Stinging Blows To the .Republic and the Ring. Lee Meriwether la cawing toe St. Louis Republic and the State House Ring ranch unrest. Although Mr. Meriwether was in New York the first three weeks of the present month, yet every morning the Republic would have long editorials about what the Kereus-Phelps-Meriwether-AUled-Thlrt-Party-Ziegeuhein -High-Low-Jock-and-the-Ganie.-Seben-er 'Leben "combine" were doing. Mr. Meriwether is not a candidate for any office. Ho has not asked for, nor bos he received, the nomination for any office. And yet the Republic has a two-ringed chvus dally about Meriwether. It finds a great deal of fault because the Public Ownership platform is silent on silver. Every body knows what a dyed-in-the-wool silver advocate the Republic is. Its chief owner was a member of Clever kind's cabinet. The Republic will assail Mr, Meri wether, but will allow him no space to reply. This proves the class of newspaper it is...

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. — 30 August 1902

Scott gouty ttkkr. Mm. a. uAntmu, Fauna.. TOPICS OF TIB DAT. WK tli WMtr Imki Loot. 8ome day the water will leak out of a few trust, and then the country will be wondering why the govern ment cannot prevent rlnuticiul pan lea. rnha'a Public Schools. Cuba has ns tunny public schools ns the Tnlted States, In proportion to area. There must be something behind Culm's trouble besides Ignorance. Brer Fallon the Flait." Great lncrdue In America 11 ex port of bottled poods to the Philip pines is noted by the treasury bn renu of statistics. Our beer fol Iowa the flag. Oldest Save One. Associate .l'itlee Horace limy, who has just retired, N the oldest member of the supreme bench In years ot life nml the oldest In service ex cept .lohu M. llnrlan. He was ap pointed In 1M. while Harlan's en !ce dates from 1ST. When Ailvlve la Hair. A man who claims to be 104 years of age say tluit outdoor life nnd freedom from worry constitute the recipe for long life. It 1 an en,v h well n- pleasant tusk to gi...

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