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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 20 August 1910

i l.t A 1 SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VOL. 9. . EXAMINE IT WEMi. I want every reader of the Kick cr to carefully read Robert Hun ter's article elsewhere entitled: "Will Socialists Sell OutV" It ex plains a question so often asked by those who do not understand that Socialism works from the lJottom up and not from the top dawn, as capitalism does. Socialism Is the exact reverse of capitalism. Under capitalism the Interests that own the prop erty of the county, nominate and elect the officials. Hence the of ficials know their masters and serve them. The masters furnish the campaign fund, the newspa pers and the speakers. The mass es have nothing to do but to vote shout and pay taxes. With Socialism It Is different. The rank and file nominate the candidates, furnish the campaign fund, the speakers and, where they are strong euough, the news papers. The funds are raised thru n membership dues system, or thru voluntary contributions. And the propertyless Socialist has as much to say in the cond...

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 August 1910

a1 3V, BSC fit v IP 1 to- SCOTT COUriTY KICKER stm A Hsfner, Pubiut.tr. SUBSCRIPTION, PEW YEAR, tl CA3H Sntered the pout oITIco In Benton. Ma., Ik. 14.10), as MOond-cU mall matter. CANADA'S NEW TOY. The germ of the Canadian navy Is rapidly developing into a lively or fnnism. The cruller Rainbow, tt It announced, will toon start from Ports mouth for the Pacific coast of Canada after having been thoroughly over hauled and Inspected under the au thority of the British Admiralty. The cruiser Nlobe will leave Portsmouth RIOTING SPREADS E S PO MUTINY 8TONE-THROWEF.3 PELT UNPRO TECTED CAR CREWS AND MANY ARE HURT. PATROLMEN SHIRK DUTY STOWGHRES BRANDED AS FALSE ALDRICH DECLARES KAN8AN WAS MISINFORMED OR HE MISSTATED FACTS, IS NOT IN RUBBER TRUST for Halifax. Each warship will carry 1 0,,lcer who Refusod to mde on , In Letter to Republican Congressional Are to Be Discharged Thirty. Five Out of 140 Members of Nlflht Force Rebel. a full complement of British officers, who will serve In the Can...

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 August 1910

Kailroad Building uinprazii jyg RENTER SHIED AT THE FIT Prospective Tenant Who Couldn't land for Epileptic Stunt Being Thrown en Hie Front Steps. "There Is more thnn ono way to queer a deal In real estate," said the renting agent. "The other day I had Just about rented one of my four-story houses when a man fell down In a fit 6t the bottom of the from steps. The prospective tenant saw him fall. "'Good heavens,' he said, 'what a harrow escape.' "I tool that remark m. nn expres sion of sympathy for the sick man, but the renter soon let me know that it wns he who had a narrow escape, not the other fellow. "''Nothing gets on mj nerve.' said he, 'like a fit Suppose I had signed j the lease before I saw that ' I "I protested that the neighbors had I not the habit of stopping in front of i that house and throwing fits. "'Mnyoo not,' said he, 'but 1 shall ou fjys9 apomr. la xz, bouva IP YOU follow up the course of the Amazon and Madeira rivers on the map two-thirds across South America you ...

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 August 1910

K SCOTT COUNTS KICKER. . . FROM EDNA. FROM VANDUSER. Vt7l4.sU 4- 4-La Iwansl ' ' $1 $M fiubscrlptloB. per year, $1.00. IryVw;.- , , I On the 8th inst., white Geo. Clif- The Ladles AW of the M. K. Kfi VV 1 111 US X XflC UrtUlil Ml, Mx noiths. SOc. a month 8Rc W&m&frtiL &tW fordjr., and Jamee Boggs. of 111- ehurch were entertained at the TT U" W -. lsMB9VsBBBBBBBBBfe -''s'bbbbbbI &sbJbb9? jsBBBBBBBBBBBVk aaaaai bIzBSBbSIv- ifBBBBKBBBBBBBBBBBBBBiSSBjr SBBBBBBBBBBBH UNDER CAPITALISM. Last week Mr. and Mrs. Frank Drew, of California, returned to New York from a trip to Paris, France. They brought with' I hem a nice little doggie, of course. But the rule of railroad compa nies prohibit even nice doggies from riding In coaches with pas lsengers. No doubt the doggie would have preferred to go into the baggage car with other dog gies, but Mrs. Drew insisted that a baggage car wasn't good enuff for "Spot," so she Just forked over $1,250 that somebody else had earned and hired ...

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 August 1910

i '.1 v SCOTT '4J COUNTY iucker. 5S BENTON, MO., AUGUST 27, i9io. N0.4 .JFRUITS OF CAPITALISM. Dogs of the Rich Ride in Palace Cars While Women and Children Starve. Last week he Kicker told of Mr. Frank Drew, or California bringing a pet dog from Paris, nd hauling it from New York to San Fransisco In a private car, Discussing doggies comfort Mrs, Drew mid: uWe haven't any children, you " know, so .of course, my heart Is with my doggies. I'm troubled Just now about Paris' diet. He baa bailed rice for breakfast, and for his other meal anything we can use for him while we are tra ting. I wouldn't learn, or try to learn, French until we bought Paris. Then we had to, because fee doesn't understand English at all." Now, it is Just such Idiots as ihat that Is causing all our ills They are In control of affairs and they have about as much ease about things in general as this woman displays. She learned French to accomodate a dog; tbo feeds the dog on boiled rice while thousands of children ...

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 August 1910

St. i 3 1 ft SCOTT COViiTY KICKER i- Hafner. Puhllahar. iUWtfcWimON. PKH YEAR. 1 CASH. mitrea a me post oreico in Denton, sin., b, ti. ISM, as toond-cUtis malt matter. TEIL TRUST At CAT BUVKft. A rat rot tangled up In one of tht dynamos which supply power (or the great blast furnace mill of the United 8tate 8teel corporation at Gary, Ind., tays Louisville Courier-Journal. It re quired several hours to separate the rat's remains from the dynamo and In the meantime the corporation was los ing money at the rate of a thourand dollars a minute. Now the steel trust Is advertising for cats. Advertisements have heen inserted in the Gary news papers, offering SO cents apiece, with no limitations as to age, sex, size, pedigree or character. Fifty cents a head Is a good price for cats and the officials of the steel trust are likely to have to contend with an embarrass ment of offerings. When the news per colates to all the cities and small towns of Indiana there will be a rush of fe'.lno shipm...

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 August 1910

THE CRITICS WENT WRONQ SO LITTLE has been written of the Samoan Islands that many American citizens are not even awaro that to the United States government belongs the finest coaling station, at one of the most strategic points In the south seas. Dating back to the early part of the year 1899, the two rival factions of 8amoa. the "Tumua," or party led by Chief Mataafa, and' the Matua, or par ty led by Chief Mallctoa, held a "iopo" or mass meeting at Apia, on the Island of Upoiu. Both Mataafa and Mallctoa aspired .to the throne of Samoa, and the ob ject of this meeting was to settle the dispute and place the rightful king on the throne, writes Eugene D. Park, Jr., yeoman, U. S. N In Lot Angeles Times. The decision, when rendered, declared Mallctoa to be the reigning king of Samoa, and this decision was upheld by the United States, Ger many and England. Mataafa now became hostile, and fell back with his followers, the Tu mua faction. After this ensued the engagements between the Unite...

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 August 1910

m v SCOTT COUNTY KICKEfi. Subscription, per year,........$1.00. Six months, 00c. 8 months, 85c. ! '' V iV. i 8i 615 i ..r It Vt 2i ir SOCIALIST TICKET. For Judge of 8upreme Court JOHN F. WILLIAMS. For State Supt. of Schools JOHN L. DROWN. For R. R. and Warehouse Com'r U. 8. BARNSLEY. For Congress, 14th District PHIL. A. HAFNER. For Circuit Judge, 28th Circuit JOHN F. SCOTT. For Representative C. M. WEAVER. For Presiding Judge Co. Court A. A. EVANS. For Associate Judge, 1st. Dist. JOE MACKLEY. For Associate Judge, 2d Dist. J. R. SHULTZ. For Probate Judge E. M. DAUGHERTY. For Circuit Clerk J. W. JACOB. For County Clerk ROY E. SIBLEY. For Recorder EARLY SLINKARD. For Prosecuting Attorney A. Q. MILLER. For Collector ALEX H. THOMPSON". For Public Administrator GEO. W. M INTER. Notice ! Because of the scarcity of money among the people the Kicker has earned the sub scriptions expiring during the past three months until now. All who have not re newed by Monday will be discontinued. Do it N...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 3 September 1910

1 7 a ri'r V'V? 'Iff i SCOTT COUNTY IUCtiR VOL. 9. BENTON, MO., SEPTEMBER 3, i9io. .VSl'Vi' rCT.BH'TSSSaiaiaiaiaiaisaiaisaV " NO. 4 .?C 'ISSation's Eyes on Milwaukee " under Big Business rule it was Sebtitt's beer that claimed 'the distinction of making Milwaukee famous. Under Socialism clean and better government is doing fit. In mv onlnlon. the most Impor tant thing that the Reds have accomplished In Milwaukee Is the remarkable decrease in the ttaimbcr of typhoid fever cases by making war on It ho slums and un t (sanitary conditions. It was In - April that the government was '-turned over to the Socialists. In that month Milwaukee had 06 cases of typhoid fever. In three months this was reduced to seven during tho month of July I Milwaukee's mayor Is not what :5s called "a shrewd business man." "Hp TPcrnrds health and life above profits. He hns always earned his living honest v In an Iron null as a pattern maker. Hence he is .more concerned about the health, .hnnnlncs9 and welfare ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 3 September 1910

SCOTT COVrtTY KICKER EtUI A Hafntr. "-ubllihtr. fUORimON. PKH VKAH. II CASH. Entered the post office In Uenum. Mo Feb. 14. IMS, as eoond-class malt mailer. LARGE. AND SMALL FAMILIES. Where 'the population U largely agrl cultural and isolated, and where labor li scarce, the husbandman Is proud to raise a large family, (or the boys In time will help to lift the labor from his shoulders, and also there is always plenty ot work (or the gtrls to do about the farm. Moreover, (ood is plentiful and other desires are lew. But no such stimulus for a large family exists in urban life, where It Is often necessary to live In a flat, the very limitations ot which point to the luadvlsablllty of a numerous progeny, says Indianapolis Star. Moreover, as the Individual rises In the social scale former desires become present needs. The coming of numerous children would mean the sacrifice of these needs by the parents, the descent to a lower standard of liv ing, and the parents will not consent. Finally...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 3 September 1910

s-asMEgass-ass-ass-ar,-----,. :-7ga7M.-ia j WOMANSELLS TIME Strange and Profitable Occupa tion of an English Qirl. 0 N A dreary November day I, la company with about 130 other health and pleasure spelters, started from Paddlngtor, by the Great Western railway for 'Bristol, cn route tor the Isle ot Joy land Sunshine. Dining excellently meanwhile, we were soon whisked to Avonmouth, where our ship, the Port 'Kingston, was awaiting our arrival, all spick-and-span In a coat of pur white, showing off her beautiful lines, 'looking quite fairylike, and sparkling .with electric lights. By 11 o'clock we had retired to our comfortable state .rooms, and soon afterwards all was quiet and ready for the voyage of over i-I.OOO miles. ' High winds and rolling seas kept most of the ladles In their cabins for four days, but the men and a few hardy ones of the other sex who would not give up came on deck, prac tising for their "sea legs." Soon the wind dropped and the sea calmed; the glorious sunshine ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 3 September 1910

BBBBBBBSlsaBWSH3SslssawS J'iW,. ij "J 'itxVlSi fllfUi!4rteaMafflrWM! issssssTOsnwC . r TWWlWf' I Til ft rate TBACHER'S EXAMINATION This ii to certify that the fol lowing are Yhe names of those who took the teachers examina tion held In the town of Benton, County or Scott and State of Mis souri August 26 and 27 1010. First Grade Jesse A. Daven port, Jake B. Smith, and Otllla Georger. Second Grade Thelma 'Finley, B. A. Barton, Arthur Schlwitz, and Rushia Harden not finished, Third Grade Ella Maddox, Roy Hayden, Neeley Miller, W. J. Ben nett, Grover C. Newell Marble Hill-,Albert Pobst, Obera Denton, papers transfered to Farmlnz- tbn Mary Bcardsley, Cora Penn, Bonnie Byard and Colosse Hal- etead. Certificates Renewed-Bulah Xeesee, Gordon Cox. Josephine jtorce ana Esteue query , No failures. I wish to complement the appli cants for faithful efforts made In the examination, and thank them for their kindness to me during me examination. We also thank the good people of Benton for .the effo...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 10 September 1910

r SCOTT COUNTY KICKER VOL. 9. BENTON, MO., SEPTEMBER 10, i9io. MILWAUKEE TO LABOR. -Mayor Siedel's Labor Day Greeting to the Workers Ev erywhere compare it to the Roqsvelt-Taft Slush "Identity of Interests Between Capital and Bryan's "Cross of Gold." about the Labor," or Toyou who are hidden away in :he mine and the mill : and to you who arc shut away in the factory - and the shop. Likewise to you who aro from vno field and the forest, from the mountainside and the sea. To you who are twn all lands and speak all ton t gue. Greetings to you, MAN OF ' TOIL.. This Is your day, a day of days. "There are days for the soldier vmd the king ; there are days for - the hero and the saint; There are days for battles and victories, bloodshed and treaties. Days for kr and days for tenrs. Of all the many days there Is but one for voU-MAN OF TOIL-LABOR DAY. Only one day for you. the man on whose shoulders rests the .structure of all culture. Only one day for you, without whom there would be no kno...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 10 September 1910

gggMT1':' K Hfiv ' I V .1, III MA aw LVi" um SCOTT COUNTY KICKER pBTa MM Hafitor. "HiMlattar. at ttia noat offlea In Bjnlon. Ma.. 14. UN, m ateend-claas uUl aaettar. THE DANGEROUS HOUSE PLY. The city department of public health fivee a tlmelr and needed warning to those leaving the city (or their vaca tion! to avoid placea where there are many flies. Those who follow this ad vice will avoid places which are un cleanly, which allow food and garbage to be so exposed as to attract and feed the files, says the Philadelphia Press.' They will avoid places where stables and dwellings are in near vicinity, as the exposed manure Is the choice breeding place of thousands and even millions of files. In other words, to avoid disease-conveying flies avoid places where they permtt flies to "breed and feed. Formerly the condi tions which multiply flies and the flies themsetves were considered ob jectionable but endurable. Now the patient toleration of flies Is known to be a heedless trifling with ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 10 September 1910

r.J W.t?, i " mm His Masterpiece By GENEVIEVE MARIE BOIGE Copright, ma, by Asssslma Liter It? Praia Paul Worthlngton tared moodily Into the glowing Are; Marguerite Chantry, fair aa a kinge daughter, watched him In alltnt dliplaaaura, har leader white-gowned flgur wrappad In the filmy crlmion mlat that aroia from the biasing logi. The tense alienee that bad fallen between them lasted several mlnutei and the girl clutched nervously at the folda of her gown. Now that the flrit outburst of emo tion was over In which she had told him plainly her opinion regarding hla lniy mode of life and Idle pursuit of pleasure, her courage fled, and ahe stood by the great organ In the li brary, one hand resting on Its Irorled keys, trembling and afraid. Meanwhile a mighty struggle was going on In Paul Worthlngton'a mind. Had he not been born to the purple and, fine linen Fate might have made of him an artist of no small repute, for during his college daya he had given evidence of an unusual talent alo...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 10 September 1910

tees 1 - ' - - - ' - - - ' - ----- Ji Pi: IS-.' Si hi ft -.je 8 Hi-.-11 ft 5? SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Subscription, per year,.....tl.OO. Ms moata. SOe. 8 month. 85c. SPEAKER'S DATES A. Q. Milter, the Socialist nomi nee for prosecuting attorney, will speak at Crowder, Thursday, September 8 at 8 P. M. Vanduaer, Friday, September 0 felt 2 P. M. Baker School House, Friday, Sep ttember 9, at 8 P. Sikeston, Saturday, September 10, at 2:80 and 8 P. M. Blodgett. Thursday, Septem ber 15, at 8 P. M. Oak Grove. Friday, Septem ber 16, at 8 P. M. Dlehlstadt. Saturday, Septem ber 17, at 2:80 P. M. Lusks Saturday, September 17 at 8 T. M. COUNTY COURT. The appropriation machine got busy Tuesday and ground out the following allowances: Joe Utnage, overseer. SSUl.OO; Leo Diebold, repairs. $25.80; W. K. Beardsle, overseer, S135.75; John D. Steel, overseer, S307.30; Baker Mfg. Co., two scrapers. $74.31; Jus. Egner, engineer, $30.37; J. 1). Rogers, assessor 638.75; Joe Klefer, levee work, S254.50; Small Br...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 17 September 1910

IW 4- v SCOTT COUNTY lilCilER VOL. 9. "Law and Order" Here. BENTON, MO., SEPTEMBER I7, i9io. NO. 44 1 Saturday afternoon as I was walking peaceably toward the post office with a box of envelops under' my left arm and several packages of mall-in the other, I was struck In the face by T. F. Rucker, the man 'who Is In charge of the paper owned by the politl--clans, office-holders and capital Mats of the county. I .will give the - (details as near as I recall them : As I was passing the pool room ' Mr. Rucker halted me and said, "I" have been looking for you," or words to that effect. "Well, sir?" and I halted. Getting up close In front of me he went on: "If you ever put my name In your d d paper again I'll bust your head with a club." This sounded queer to me. for it Is not common for one newspa per man to try to censor the pa per of another, nor iwns it quite clear to me that a man had the Tight to set aside It he constitu tional guarantee of the freedom of the press even in Benton. 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. — 17 September 1910

Si,. BP- 9 ft? . It. 4 AS 1' 4 v si V I- $4- V 1 Rfl I SCOIT COVttTY KICKER Phil A Hafner, MblUhsf. UMCWIHTION. PBH YEAH. 11 CAtH, post office In Benton. Mv. Moonnciaa man owtsr. Entered at the F.b. 14. lWt M B8f OROWINQ COUNTRIES. The census department of Canada intimates the present population of the Dominion to be 7,350,000. The dis tribution by sections Is: Maritime provinces, 1,037,112; Quebec, 2,088. 401 ; Ontario, 2,619,025; Western prov faces, 1,371,161; unorganized terri tories, 68,309. It Is not surprising that Canada, with her many resources and her healthful climate and varied op portunities tor Industrial wealth-seekers, should grow all the time, says the Sfexlcan Herald. A sturdy race which Increases by the excess of births over deaths Is continually being reinforced jby immigration, and that of the best kind. The consuming power of the population of Canada Is very large, ami accounts for the heavy importa tions of foreign goods and the excel lent support given to homo...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 17 September 1910

1 - " . uuM. I - 1 I !iif" eei i in vi rmii m I . .. . .......... I iiumi I i -' V"; w v w w m eiaaaerAaaa a mam AAmtAM. i nr r- r-1 in i ii imp- kpiibi 7 i k makvlluub Kcwvcnii i nr-uk i . i j mi PTrnn inr ppiimrn i - --n-w . rr . tt y mm. sjaiiai.i r - ir .i.iinnrii i . i -me-wirw nairnii nmffn s Haw a Chron e nva Id Regained Per. I it c 1 u x 4&CtC. V rr Uf f l&ri . BBBBT a fsct Health. 1 1( woman it itroni and healthy in o wonmlr wty, neth Wimmmmkt I I I n hf L,,, lltttji ftnA'nrlntf Tk ImuMt IIm iBalHBBBBBBBaf in the fact that tho many women suffer (roni weakness aad HH disease of the distinctly feminine organism and ara uaatte j mW lor motherhood. Thit can bo remedied. bHbbbV IIHllllllllMMII MISSOURI STATE NEWS iiiiiiiiinimimi.imif Thoy Can Coma lack. "Mlssourlans now In distant lands, unlike men who have wreitled with difficult propositions and gone down la defeat, never to arlia again, can and 1U 'come back.' " Tbls declara tlon li atteited by by the. letter, wftlch ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 17 September 1910

mm -w'Y-'y- v if" if I IS BJfr' HOT IB? .1 imp-:- EH SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Subscription, per year,. $1.00. Ix noitk. 00c. 8 months, 8c. 8QCIALI8T TICKET. For Judge of Supreme Court JOHN F. WILLIAMS. For 8tate Supt. of Schools JOHN L. BROWN. For R. R. and Warehouse Com'r- U. S. BARN3LEY. For Congress, 14th District PHIL. A. HAFNER. For Circuit Judge, 28th Clrcult- JOHN F. SCOTT. For Representative C. M. WEAVER. For Presiding Judge Co. Court- A. A. EVANS. For Associate Judge, 1st. Dlst.- JOE MACKLEY. For Associate Judge, 2d Dlst. J. R. SHULTZ. For Probate Judge E. M. DAUGHERTY. For Circuit Clerk J. W. JACOB. For County Clerk ROY E. SIBLEY. For Recorder EARLY SLINK ARD. For Prosecuting Attorney A. Q. MILLER. For Collector ALEX B. THOMPSON. For Public Administrator GEO. W. MINTER. SPEAKER'S DATES A. Q. Miller, the Socialist nomi nee for prosecuting attorney, will t-peak at Blodgett. Thursday, Septem ber 15. at 8 P. M. Ouk Grove. Friday, Septem ber 10, at S P. M. Dlehlstadt. Saturday, Sep...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
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