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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 27 February 1909

wm 1 Happenings in Missouri. Mall Oritr Drinks Illegal. The law pasted at the extra teuton of the latt legltlature prohibiting the storing and keeping tor or delivery for or to any perion, any Intoxicat ing liquors In any county where pro hlbltlon Is In effect under local option was declared constitutional by Judge Francis Trimble In the circuit court at Richmond. This law Is considered by lawyers to be the most revolution ary liquor measure passed by the Mis souri legislature in years. It prohibits any person from storing, keeping or delivering to any one else lquors In local option counties. The first sec tion of the same act was declared un constitutional by Special Judge Brad ley In Columbia several weeks ago, but that section applied only In coun ties where saloons are permitted. The question came up In the trial of James Mllllgan, who was charged with delivering liquors as the agent of a Kansas City wholesale whisky firm. Mllllgan, according to his testimony, took orders for 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. — 27 February 1909

w r if it Hi I'l' ft lis .Ait: I SUBSCRIPTION PRICK; Twelve months, $1.00. Six months, .(50c .Three months. - .o". mm: NNOUSOKMKNT. 1 hereby announce myself a? n can ilidate ior Superintendent ol Public Schools of Scott county, at the annual chool election, Tneditv April i, '(HI. RtKptvtfuUv, riiAtii.Ks 11 ximis. 1 hereby announce tuyi for re election a Superintendent of Public School of Scott county, sit the annual ehool election. Tue.nlav, April ii. '(!. Respeilfully. H. Hrtm Smith. i'KOM '.Nl.LSliK. The Democratic party hiiH been lend tor yeats so tar as principle is concerned in all section, ami oxving to the lack of a real issue it has iiliiiot. ceaM'd to exist nation IS THKHK A REASON i lt theiv any particular leason why election;, "liotihl be held the first Tuesday in November. Let ttr- examine anil -ee if it makes a difference. At that time the peo- ami is not worthv nt dUetis iPie m t:ie nest possiuie circum- ' trances. The fanner has harveMod HEAD US, SOMEBODY! Things look...

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. — 6 March 1909

SO CO U N VOL. 8 BENTON, MO., MARC a . CI.' m NO. 17 WITH THE BEANVILLE NATIVES. Just to Charge Rent for Land than for Air or Water. fact tin- tiK-t that mi one -ati lit- COT IT AT LAST I found who will, owr his signaline, . fu Phelps count, tin- Mi-oioi . t. "MMT'?rr,7Ti . mm attempt a fair and intelligent rcfn- Sharp4hnotur lias been making war Speaker Challenges Anyone to Show Wherein it is More union of whut 1 .--. 1 i,... ,c.;on the gratters. n,..ip ,,,unt 1. peuieuiy ouercu tree space aim xairi ucmoc-aucami titi tt weii-ueveiopeii tientineiit to any who may wi-di I ii nj. ju-t a.- we have The haw stolen millions of acres of it. to attempt it. M critics I'tinnot j money of the lax-paw i i. all con Perhaps miiiic of you read about the i aitfiit' that I ain unworthy ol no- .-tuned by pup-4uckers. There, ih tice for they have ti up pace-4 of 1h-j . the printing m itf r i.- no .space under us.-umd mime.- in ; u;ill ivm Tic cotiiit j.i'iiit iiitr abusing ini" Tne e.iu .a,v what wa- ...

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. — 6 March 1909

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER PHIL. A. NAFNER, PeeHsher. WMUHtllMt. HI TIAE. 11 CA. aleied M the pott oftlce In Ucnloa. Ma, Miuif 14. 1W. u mob1-Uia mull muter. MILLION Easy Road to Fame. At this season of the year, "Introduc ing a bill" is the shortest of all roads to fame, declares the Boston Trans cript. Any member of n lawmaking body, state or national, with suitable writing materials at hand may do this, for some reason the reading public takes the act with tremendous serious ness. It Is not uncommon to hear that "thgy are going to do" so and so In Washington, or In the legislature, and on Investigation It turns out that the indefinite "they are" merely means that some one man has Introduced a bill to make the change in question. This Is a very long distance from legislative enactment. The bills that will be Introduced at this legislative session will run up into thousands; the number Involving important changes that will be actually passed Is decidedly small, particularly In the congres...

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. — 6 March 1909

INSURANCE LAPSES EXTENDED IN BILL DUNCAN OF LINCOLN COUNTY IN TRODUCES MKAtURK TO AID POLICY HOLDERS. BLOW IS AIMED IT .MISTS I. Louis County Repreiintattve Wants Spssd Kspt Down In Vlllagts Movs for Vot. Ing Machlnss. Jefferson City. Although only a few bills were presented In the House Friday, some of them are far reaching. One, presented by Duncan of Lincoln county, provides that after the first year's Insurance policy Is paid the policy can not lapse without extended Insurance for the proportion al amount of earnings. If the Insured prefers, he may withdraw the amount In cash. Clark of Kansas City pre sented a bill amending the election law so that dramshops can open at 7 o'clock on the evenings of election and primary days. A Juvenile court in counties of GO, 000 Inhabitants and less Is provided in a measure presented by Fisher of Cooper county. Fisher also presented a bill appropriating $40,000 for an ex hlbtlon of Missouri's resources at the Alaska-Yukon-l'aclflc exposition, ...

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. — 6 March 1909

5fT 1 V f ft. lit ORAN SATURDAY MARCH Starts the Greatest Merchandise Sale Ever Known. SPOT CASH! 'Wit . mm SSttftk. Th- cutii" stoc's V tm-r . liiuuli.' oon.-isting ot Diy limul.s Clothinu'. -Shoes, Ladies' and (louts' Kuniislihius. Iliirness ami Groceries, will be .sold to tlx public iv-ramk-.- t' cost, really "t actual eo.-l price" Y.- must raise ready easdi, therefore we are compelled to do this. The prices will talk for themselves. This stuitk ot' oods mnt iro. We are Lroint; to cur loose and show the people oi' Gran and vicinity the irreatest slaughter sale that over happened in this end of the state. Y' are t'orced to jaise the cash: there is. no other way. The stock must be sold uickly. Our building is lilled from end to end and from floor to coiling. All "i i-J hi- sold ,'t -nine price or other. The knife has been put and the price of every article marked down , , and in many instances lower. Absolutely noth .nr -t'l'Vi-il. It u .ipiv'iiu- th" .due of a dollar yon cannot af...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 6 March 1909

;lo V Benton, Mo., March 6, 1909. FROM ORAX. W. A. Miller, deputy constable of Morelnnd township, was in town lost week visiting several of the Farmers' Union members. The Modern Woodmen hod a big time March .1. W members were initiated after which n big supper was served. Dan lickett, who has been spending the winter in Mexico, has 'come back nnd gone to work for W. M. Oliver. Mr. nnd Mm. Wndc Hoed have ii new girl at their home. She ar rived Monday night. Mi.ves Ata Finlcy mid ltlnnebe Hicks, of Chaffee, visited here Sat urdny mid Sunday. Mm. Snm .lours, of Blodgett, came up Saturday to visit relative. I 'etc Snrndlin ha. moved to the tit edge boat down htlow 15. Hugh Smith, o Demon, whs in town Thursday, the 'J.'ith. Mrs. Sitllie .lolly has down tm Cnnry Cteck. , ROM MOkTeV. The section crew was colled out Sunday to extinguish the tire which whs burning the xailrond tie? be tween Morley and Blodgett. A. P. Layton. who has so long been clerk for P. H. Bojve, ha re signed his posit...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 6 March 1909

I ; I fiercbv anhouncn TnjfMlt i can illdJi.' iir Superintendent of Public i'hK!. nl Scott rntinty, nt the annual rKonl election, Tuesday, April B, '09. , Hespeetltlll.V, tJit.VHl.K H.vnnis. M lictcliv announce myself for re ,.l(rtii!i h'h Hupcrintcndnnt ol Public Schools ol Hcott rounty, at the annual i'eliool election, Tuesday, April B, '09. Ilo-pcctiuily, u. until bmitii, ; Adolph List, ! DENTIST, Will visit Now Hamburg li olssionnl March 8th and Remain One Week. OIVkc: Mrs. ('has. Grojenn 1 1 00 HAY FOR US' HNS! ..Lust month wo bent the recotd I in- tin- same niontli of W08 by ex act I v t went v. The subscriptions dining Februiirv, 1008, wore 108. I .list month wis got 128! Pretty good, thank you. Oiiv Inst report jiivc tin' totnl nt 121. Before the inontli closed seven move cnnie in, us follows: E. Bollinger. Handles; Den. Scherer nnil M. O. Glastetter, New llnmbiiig; Jess Wright, Frederick town; Geo. Homer nnd Oscar Lenin-. Morley; .1. II. Scherer, St. Louis. Keep it up! The ...

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. — 13 March 1909

MMMp-r,---Vi''rwT VOL. 8 SCOTT COUNTY lUCftER BENTON, MO., MARCH 13, 190t NO. 18 1 4 H5 WITH THE BEANVILLE NATIVES. THi: SAM K oLI STOHY Thc Kicker ciin nnbltishingly " 1 I told you so." I tend thi: "Kansas City, March S .Judge Mcpherson of the t S, District Court today handed down a deeis THE SOUTHEAST. Speaker Produced Figures from Government Reports to Prove the Awful Conditions A mono the Workers. c , - - .. .. uuiiimiii nun oiiicr. Ill (IIIIUOII, I , . . " Although it was raining, the I they have courts down there just I Miller l..u-ht with hi... Readily 'l""'" ' ',t Jti'UZ Bc.inville school house was crowded as we have, and they also have diu.inisl.,,1. Thursday he did with'. , . 1 t ' ,x , . J 1 a,,,w.,rs that X, d I.,, -hi c and , I, , f J when Phil. Hnh.fr drove up. Kit- 'captains of i.,d,.srv " is ,we have, 'out Ikta-t and at 2 p. .... rcluc-! " ! -, , $SuhW"i te'''"'""'" ' n la gj n, and tin. unil.-...-- I,v,. ,.',u . ui.iuy ueciiH'u to separate liniiselt :..! ... -n... ....

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. — 13 March 1909

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. PHIL. A. HAFNER, Pukllalter. ,, HIHMtlW, m TEAR, tlf CAIB- micd M the pout omc9 In Benton. Ho., M fatnarf U. 1MB. n wood-cUm mall uaittr. Why Not Indipindtnt? It seems to tue (hat many people mill the true savor of outdoors by de pending too much on the assistance of others. Ono finds on all sides tales ot how men go Into the wilds and give themselves over to the enjoyment of nature, but sontewhow many of these stories show plainly that It was not the sportsman who did things. Too often the sophisticated reader and out door man detects the fact that It was the guide's skill which brought the game lu range of the rifle. The guide did the tracking, or he called the moose, or he pointed out the game for the hunter to see. Somehow most trips Into the wilds are not declara tions of Independence. They are. In fact, plain statements of dependence upon .mother's skill, another's knowl edge and another's strength. After the guide has driven the deer to one's stand "To ma...

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 March 1909

""?ftt'i",t IV v""wjn ,.t - 'SaasBmsaals ' - AK(B(IDMG0ATIS wwuu A PROWING BWCHOTM1X Three thousand angora goats herded out on the brush-covered foothills of California nre going to do some hard work for Uncle Sam during the coming two years beginning this spring. The experiment will be mlque, both as a stock raising proposition and as an en gineering and tree culture problem. The little white animals whose lonk wool is of such great value are going to be put to no less n task than con structing mile after mile of Are line through the bushy chaparral growth in the national forests, saving much la bor by the United States forest serv ice engineers and making way for for estation by merchantable trees. Not the least Important feature of the ex periment, which for the first two years will be confined to the Lassen forest, is the fact that the task will bo per formed during the regular grazing by the goats, which will not even realize they are doing a valuable work. Plans for carrying o...

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 March 1909

St'liSCKllTLON I'UH'H: Twelvemonth.-, 1.0l) Six months, M: Three mouths. .;J,". t ANNOUNUKMKNT. I hereby announce myself us n cm thilate ior Superintendent of rulilie Schools of Scott county, at the annual school election, Tuesday. April 0. 'W. Respectfully, CliAiti.Ks IIakkis, I hereby announce un-olt for re election as Superintendent of Public Schools of Scott county, at the annual Kchool election, Tuesday, April 0, 'W. Uespectfully, B. Iluou Smith, ! MA W1MAOK LK'KNNH. , ROM MORLEY. I ' The following marriAge l.-ense, ,;,.. yy ,.,,,, l'.ryant and have been granted sine Inst report : ; . ., Unctisteron rmal route. No. AROUND BENTON. Mrs. Andy Forties, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. W. A. Miller, returned to her home in St. Louis Wednesday. She was accompanied home by Mrs. Theresa Lane, who went to St. Ixniis to see her son, Andy, who is in the hospital. Andy is con nected with the police force and was beaten up by toughs while trying to make an arrest. Alex. Hughes and Abe...

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 March 1909

1 MS I m ! . S -3 tits' SCOTT COUNTY fllCttER 'VOL. 8 BENTON, MO., MARCH 20. I90i. NO. 19 WITH THE BEANVILLE NATIVES. ; !m no right to di.-pos.-e-- hiin.-clt or hi.- I'lulilti'ii ill tin; light )l iv- - Jmmmmm7mm7 "TTi r-. mm delllpt 1011 , 1 1 Wotlld III' II.- 1 Cils Olljl Ministers and Church-Workers of all Denominations a... ti. i. in. n.. .igi.t Gather to Hear What the Speaker Had to Say. !;; SS-Kf ill X Tin- ttinioiincctncut tlfht I'liil.l . " '.'17. Tllnr siiai.t nut iiivr.lri'i't. who is tu .in do- when ii-ui vov'yond redemption ninl nor Phil. " '.'17. Turn- sii.u.t nut llul'iicf wrilllil address II CJlUlflitlU, Ht.M T1IV .MONi:V riM.N fsniV, vif minister.- ut Hie Bean ville school h-nd him thy victuals for increase. states when- tin- rate is not fixed house cieutcd considerable tall; in' 'Now. I ilo not claim to he an t ,y llW- Answer nic through the interest i- exec.-'sivi especially in,!,"'e that. 'Ml HUltf II I n- IIUII1 (I'M - ' ' Mi l.iui! !i- l ll.-t citt'i. - ir.. i.'...

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 March 1909

I I SCOTTCOUNTY KICKED FMIL. A. HAFNR.uMlsher." . UrMCMFTf . UK Y1AH. ! Bntered tt the pent oftlce In Benton. rurawj it, iwb.ii tecond-ciu man Pure Air Mad to Order. A man of science in Berlin has taken to running ordinary air through a ma chine to make better stuff to breathe of It. Not satisfied that the atmosphere which natnre furnishes for the purpose If all that it should be, he has under taken to make of It a more acceptable and useful and valuable human asset. The only queer thing about the matter, too, Is that he Is accomplishing It. Everybody knows that oxygen In our air lit a good thing. It Is possible to get too much of It, like other good things, but there Is comparatively lit tle suffering caused among members of the human race, just at this stage of the world's life, by a superabund ance of this pnttlcular desirable. In fact, sometimes It seems as If many of us were trying to see how little of It we can assimilate, without actual as phyxiation, Instead of enjoying a fu...

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 March 1909

The Nerve ofBanty Burnt By ALVAH MILTON KERR llonty Burns helped to work the miracle; for, considering the peril of the situation, and its remarkable so lution, It seemed as something vary nearly riHraculous. It was one of those mad epochs, the sudden loosen ing and tangling of things commonly well controlled and obedient, which sometimes occur in railroading. Danty had gone up the Tortolso mountain branch a discharged man; he came down, after falling to get work at the logging camp, somewhat after the fash Ion of a man riding a meteor, and with meteoric results. On that memorable October morn ing several strange things happened mainly because there were "frost whiskers" on the rails of the branch track, and a fog enveloping the low ground at Oooman. The position and movements of the trains in the vicin ity were, at seven o'clock that morn ing, apparently normal; 15 minutes later, more than one train was in mortal peril. ; East-bound express train No. 2 was leaving Shore Gap at abou...

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 March 1909

y r 1 I .sciiscuiimmon puk-us 1 Twelve mouths. '1.((l Six months, .title ! Three miiiitiis. ,or. ANNOllNTKMKNT. ' I luTcliy announce mvsclt a .1 cun-l didntc lor Superintendent nt Public .-ciiodis oi scott county, at tlic nntitiitl school election. Tuced.iv, April S. 'W. Respectfully, Cil.XKI.KS HaM'.IS. 1 hereby announce nv.elf tor re election an Superintendent of Public Schools of Scott county, at the auuunl school election, Tuesday, April ti, 'OH. Respectfully, H. Huun Smith. LOCAL DOINGS. Mnrriape licence Hy. V. Eng lish, Jackson, and Misr Minnie Cavness, Cape; John Lamb and Miss Mary Treinen, Benton; David A. Mize and Miss Laura Watsou, Morley. The distress whistle of the Oran mill Wednesday led the people here to believe there wast something se riously wrong over there. Later it was learned that the rlue of Ohas. Woods' house burned out. Mrs. Andy Kobert and little sou. Theon, are quite sick. FKOM.OKAN. Quite a number of farmer union ists attended the 'sack trial' Tues lay. Th...

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 March 1909

I I' SCOTT COUNTY lUCftER 1 VOL. 8 BENTON, MOM MARCH a7, 190p. NO. ao WITH THE BEANVILLE NATIVES. The talk of Mr. Ilnftier to the ministers created much comment and the old Bible was taken down and examined in man) homes to see if he had correctly quoted it. The ministers of the churches where the landlords and bankers worship (!) were not at the speaking and just hooted at the idea of an ordinary citizen trying to interpret the Bible. They said the "grace of God" was necessary and that Hefner didn't have a smudgin of that . However, the rural preachers are nearer to the people and thought well of the talk. When Mr. Hefner drove up he found the natives ready nud eager to listen to hitn. An overflow meeting had gathered. He began : "I am sorry you could not be out to hear me talk to the minister! last week. I gave them some nuts o crack that may set some of them "How else will you explain that the ruling class of today have elected as president of the United States a man who denies t...

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 March 1909

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. PHIL. A. HAPNIR, PukiUhtr ' tPMCtiniew. UK riA. $too CASK. . Entered at tho pint oidce In Demon. Mo., m Sebruarj It, MS. u teciiid-vlw tuall u.atut. What the Mouth Dsnotss. A certain philosopher declares that a woman is known by her mouth. Not by the words that Issue therefrom, but by the shape and color of the lips, and the lines and dimples that gather about this Important feature. Ho Is supported In his theory by physiognomists, who all endeavor to impress us with the fact that no woman with the small red lipped, "Cupld-bow" mouth, so praised in song and story, was ever intellectual or generous of heart; and It is consol ing to those whose mouths are not in accordance with the lines ot beauty laid down by tho poets to be told that a "wide, straight mouth, with strong white teeth" denotes the woman of su perior intelligence, goodness ot heart, strength of mind and a thousand and one other sterling qualities, which we all like to think we possess, says the New ...

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 March 1909

ft I3R :orrBi irmRBSim HM70RY mITSPfHW r. EEjEEBBBBBBjuBEvjiflBEBj COFFEE TRSemMfitUES Coffee derives Its nnmo from the city of Knfi'a, Abyssinia, In which country, It Is believed, the coffee treo originated. Its botanical name Is cof fea nrablca, as Arabia was the llrst country Into which it was extensively Introduced. If left to grew in Its natural state, a coffee plant may grow Into a shrub 14 to 18 feet high, having then a long and slender trunk without branches on the lower part. The plant has thin and numerous roots, which grow deep In the earth, having one central root going straight down, the length of which depends upon the height attained by the plant. When cultivated, however, the shrub Is gen erally not allowed to grow beyond six feet in poor sandy soli and eight In rich soil. This restriction Is Imposed on the coffee tree because, when the plant grows over that height, the difficulties for cultivating it Increase. The leaves are at first of a bright green color, turning...

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 March 1909

W'.f. if fife ft I Pi; r. if it Li ft t k' 1- .WW. SUBSCRIPTION PRICK: Twelve months. .1.0l. Six months, - .)()!. Three months, - .1)5. announcement. I hereby announce mvsi'lf as a cm dnlatc for .Superintendent ol Public FROM KLODGETT. Friday morning at ID oY.oek nt her homo oeeured the death of Mrs, Win. Uuti. who left a husband, live children, nml u host of friends to FROM NEW HAMBURG. Win. Sehott mill .1 no Sclrlossi-r wort' hen- last week and built a tint' feiii'i- for lr. Mary Dohogne. It is of new and original design, and mourn her loss. The-funeral was lis sure to attract attention. It' any noiti troin flu' liajitHt t'HUP'li un-; tartm-is contemplate mauling tcuee t t . , t i 1 j it. a ii ,i viiiii V mMtUl, I'tlimtll ! til V Ue-pWtlUHV IMMilKS. tltl'ld- eifcllL K'UVIJ- "HVr SjH-l'iHl l IIIMl l loos. MMil-ll Hfl IVI uu ii iarill lllilll III I hortl-v b',h,w. u.'vst.ll lor -1 to her hmor Mi- Mac I, -wis. I town. The llni-liiiiK touel,c won; IMIIWIUier ami Easter ar&$ams Eve...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
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