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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 4 October 1902

fmmBm v.. AN AUTOMATIC FIEDER. if A BaeevMfat, it Will Mean Lars Ravlntt la the Latior of Pra villa for Poallrr. If the apparatus nhmvn In the ac com n j I it u drnwlnp ncctmiptUhcs the purport for which It wan ilctlgnecl, It will mean n large raving In the amount of labor ncvcsrnrj- In the enre of fowls anil ptiFll)ly economize nlto In the amount of grain consumed by the flock. A hopper, or Murage reservoir, Is provided forholdlnjf n largcftinntlty of grain, the bottom being conical In chape, to feed the grain Intonn open Ing In the center. Ilenenth the open ing Is a shoot, arranged to catch the HOW TUB MACHINE WORKS, grain and prevent a continuous outflow from the hopper. Suspended In close proximity to the ground is what the Inventor calls n "bnlt box," having a small quantity of grain placed In fixed cups, which are covered with glnss or line wire netting. In Utc natural course of events the fowls become hungry and, riiM'ou'rlng I lie grain In the "bait oox, hop on one edge of 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. — 4 October 1902

8C0TT COUNTY KICKER KaUnd M th. M"t 1BI Itaolul, Ho. Fwrtofjr U. IH, a o ill id aiatti oa miutrr. Puhllslwd ut Benton, Mo., every vruiuuY hy : lnii. A. Haknkr. llffKIAI. I'AHKK OS SOOTT IfllWTY Hai'riptlMirfU TvrVor. SOME NUTS TO ("RACK. In hiit tiMieludliur miiitrkH at Ornn Gov. Ie said thttt if anyone present 1M not. fully nnderstniid the school fund question he wild there to unawer question. It is evident that the people understood it; no questions were ticked. But why did Gov. Lee confine his questions to the school fund? He admitted that we had nothing more than n debt and that the taxpayers had to pay interest on it. What more need the people know? Why didn't he show a rendi ness and willingness to answer such questions as these: 1. Who is Brown? J. Did Sam Cook pet r,000 for lobbying the "Horse-ltreederV' bill through the legislature? .1. How much did ex-Uov. Stone g't for his services as "attorney" in wttlnir the baking powder bill through the legislature? 4. Is the St. Loui...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 11 October 1902

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. ... 1 Vol.l BENTON, MO, OCTOBER II, 1902. No. 48 3s Strong Language Used by Father Coffey.--Urftt Heroic Efforts. ays Ed. Butler Dictate Neml aatlrai for Beth Political Parti la at. Louis. Citlsenaof Missouri, awake! arise! Ton have slumbered too long now! Your political house Is oa Ire! The foundation Is crumbling and the roof is falling in! Get out from under the debris! Got out of the bog of corruption! The millionaire bribe-giver, R. M. Snider, has Just been convicted in St. Louis and sentenced to a term of Ire years io the penitentiary by a Jury that was out less than an hour! Ho appealed to your Supreme Court. He win never be. punUVd. Peni tentiaries art not built for the rich roacAls. A half-dozen or more ballot box atuffers and repeaters were convicted and sentenced to the penitentiary last winter. They had rich friends . in whom Intercut they debauched the election. These signed their bonds for nppenl. Your Supreme Court turned them loose. A half-dozeu ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 11 October 1902

r,t Scott CoutMMcbir. wit. a. um ttm, rMmmr MNOtOOIOICi'JIOtOIQtOi03IOIOIOIOWWIOIOWW 1 902 OCTOBER. 1902$ j.as. jM.tiM.nt. tin. ru. in. 1 2 3 4 1 Ji J2. il ii ilJl il 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 126 27 28 29 30 31 .... TOPICS OF THE OAT. peclfle for Degeneracy. The lawyer who Is to defend Wil liam Hooper Young will endeavor to prove that he Is n degenerate. Well, there Is nothing in the law to pre vent the electrocution of degenerate!). Hew Comet Com In Thin Way. The new comet, which will be visi ble to the unaided eye In a few days, Ik approaching us at the rate of a, POO.OOO miles a day. It is understood, however, to be scheduled to pass the earth on a side line. Second Lamest Inland. Dr. ltobert llell, who litis been mak ing a study of the west coast nf Unftin Land, reports that the Island is 300,000 square miles iu area and the second largest Island In the world, be ing surpassed only by Greenland. To Abandon Fort McHenry. Fort McHenry, made famous by Francis Key in the Star Spangled 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. — 11 October 1902

ORCHARD FUMIGATION. Device n.;ntlr VmtA for the 8aa lot Scale In Orchard Work It Hew York Stair, a The spre.nllnir branched were drawn In with a rope, pertnltthig the tent, which nrc .'8 feet In illiimetcr, to tlrop ner the t.'ces. Two trees ore fuml ffiitiMi at n time, the apparatus passing between the row. The tents nre hunr from the gaffs, which ore long enough to serve the purpose. The tcnls nre t'rnwn up from the bottom am! when telecoped ore Mill further lifted to the height of the outer end of the (raffs ami In position to drop over the tree. The tenta are then let down n for on they will set tie. The smaller the tree the lower they will uliik. nnd the less space will remain for the use of the gas. Th urplut tent gathers on the ground Uiii' Ids mm FUMIGATING DEVICE. Two men can easily handle the ap paratus. The tcnt. ore made of light sailcloth, oiled with two coats of boiled Unseed oil nnd dried. They are J2 feet In di ameter or.d 14 fect high. At the top of the tent l a thr...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 11 October 1902

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER Kntrt4 M tb pewt offloe la lain, Ho., oa Ternary 1. INI. a i-oiJUa mM aMM. Published at Ronton, Mo., every t. vritRiuY nv :- Vmv. A. Havxir. 4UKtltlAti 1'APKII or BCOTT COUNTY itWrlptlnti. $1.00 Pop Ywir. THE "PIE"' DISTRIBUTED. Sum Cook Iiiih been lieard from. Om hundred mill fourteen o( his t.iirliful orpins are chuckling over ii tut "appropriation" the next letflslutun? will make them, while the .J! I tor ot several hundred other f .ltliful orjftins that were not "ml ivtl" to publish the constitutional ctai'iidnicutM arc left out in the cold It's & hg sllw ot pie, this f 22,800 ihut Is to be distributed nmougthe Statu House Ring orirans, mid it cmues from the iHople's treasury. You, Mr. Tax-payer, must foot the bill ami fur what? They tell you that these nmend ii'HiitN are published for the inform- ii i Ion of the public. This is not true, The amendments voted on at the 1 iot election were not even under m i od by our lawyers, and the Kickeh will give Hlte...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 18 October 1902

aJ- e ft SCOTT COUNTY RICHER. Vol.l BENTON, M0.f OCTOBER 18, 1902. No. 49 SCOTT COUNTY'S LOBBY. Phil. Hafner Runs Up Against It Broadsided Last Wednesday. Cltuens of Scott county I want a word with yu not on Democrats or Republicans, but as tax-payers: You know of the awful conditlou of public affairs in St, Louis, and if you are not too party blind you must know that similar conditions exist at Jefferson City. But what about 8cott county? Have you a lobby here? Are the men to whom you hnve en trusted the affairs of your county discharging their duty honestly and faithfully, or are they playing at the game of politics AT YOUR ex pense? Now dear your mind of party pre judices and let us look the tacts squarely lu thet face. As you rend, do not Imagine that I am "sore. 1 never get sore." The Kickkr Is prospering as no other paper has .ever prospered, and .1 do not owe u single penny of it to official patron age nor to politicians. The paper is prospering In unite of the politicians. 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. — 18 October 1902

IS? Efif HI f.Vt If ft s 1 fro. . mmii rabiuaw. 11903 HI lOI iiii 19 20 yi i i OKtCOICMO)CK)iOI(;Wli1! OCTOBER. 1902 Wis. 8 nro. 21 i 22 j 23 ni. !0 17 24 26 27 28 j 29 1 30 1 3 1 1 .... H nr. 18 25$ .... .... .... I .... TOPICS OF TIB DAT. r Too Moth 8a gar. Senator Npooner hn-i reached ft point In life where he does not want to bo burdened with any more money. Too much sugar only spulli what it was intended to -sweeten. Ho Cai tor Alarm, The world' hop crop 1 said to be short 4l.ooo.nou pounds, but It Is a good safe bet tlutt the beer output will be fully up to the average. It Is a wise beer that know it own hop. tlm Taught 49 Tear. Miss Muttle McUnve, who has taught In Indiana schools for 4S sue jesslve year, and has among her present pupils grandchildren of xmno of those she taught in her youth, 1 about to resign. The All-Absorbing Qaery. Coming down front the Napoleon of finance to the ordinary burgher, It may be said that the currency problem Is n it how to lncreae it volume, ...

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. — 18 October 1902

MPLBHDIP HORSE STALL. f the Haas- rarsns at Malta Maw la Use, the Oaa Mara thana la ka Baat. All stall floor should be laid length vle of the stall. The boards should extend the full length of the stall. When bndly worn they enn be changed end for end and If turned over much extra wear la obtained. Soft wood, like pine or even elm, l superior to oak. There la less danger of the hone slip ping when he gets up. The most Important part of the atoll is the bay rack and manger. When the hoy In thrown Into n deep manger where the home hns free sccess to the entire quantity, he tosses tnd mixes it over many times to select Bsssssssssssssssa mm7" - - w SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSJ CLIPPING THE HORSES. A CHARITY FIB. ' fH '4BlBBH Tk Ye-aa Idea Was 4a Be the 'iSBBH aHIra Peraasi Perfeellr at Baa .adr!P&B ' J?&WBLtBS Aboa-t His Haas, is ' t'sLH BT faasV I MBl JBBf BB .oBBflaW ISi.., irBBBH WaBBKSIfe-it'! ' v:. '3sswsscr'.- Sf 4V i f . , v.twm .'vai-rasam asssssa-it- w mmbw PLAN OF THE HORSE STALL...

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. — 18 October 1902

I4P- HI taCOTT COUNTY KICKER KM.rwlji.tW iiMt ofllN I Baatoa, llo., on F.btttur M. tIM, m McoaMMM nail raatttr. 5 't. r ' ' Published at llenton, Mo., every WAtttnoxY uy : Phil. A. Hafkkr. orrtcui, iuimcu of bcott county Bnbserlptlon, S1.00 Per Year. PUBLIC OWNER8H1P TICKET. V Ht'PMRM Jrixico, MINOR MKItlWKTHBR. Ht. LonU. W. O. CARUWELL, Kuw at. WILLIAM KINLKY HM1TH, Klrkwood. Vou Nt.'I orn CorT or Appiali, Hi'.NHY W. HEMMEIt. Ml. l.Ottln. I'on sn-nturTrxotST I'mui Bcbooi.ii, AI.KUKO 8. (IHKEN, HI. Lenin. l'u.1 l:ll.ttOA0 CoMMUMOXiinn, I.Ul'IH l'. OOLDWIILI.. luilrponilencv. THOMAS W. HACKKTT, Ml. JoMpta. THK PARAMOUNT ISSUE. It seem the Republican and Dem- ncnitn lmvo selected an their pnrn mount issiutbe Missouri hcIiooHuiuI. TIiIm nw.v ram strange in the face of the fact that there are many other thing?) of far more importance to the tiix-pnyer, but it in on old trick. They want to talk about thing that can neither be proved nor din proved. A Democrat wilt get up and tell you abo...

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. — 25 October 1902

iy ' ' ' ,i 7SX SCOTT COUNTY K.ICRER, - Vol. I BENTON, MO., OCTOBER 25, 1902. No. 50 if I About Scott County's Lobby 0--' At Big and Effective as any of Its Size on Earth. It Sucks Eggs and Hides the Shells Too. Citizens ot Scott county, you urn fatnllttir with tlie conditions in Ht. Louis. The fact that tlio municipal government there in mtteu has Is-en o clearly proven that neither of the great parties dare defend it. and flinco the one party in us deep in the mud ns the other Ih in the mire, it 1ms not been made u political Issue. It in true that in tlw backwoods districts the Democrats try to claim credit because the man who Ik no vigorously prosecuting the scound rels was elected on the Democratic ticket. This only proves that, in elections, polltlcluiissometitrtcs make a mistake. Kd. llntler, the boss boodler, gave to Ht. Louis ittt pros flit efficient and honorable prose cuting attorney. Butler mnde a mistake. Is the Democratic "party'' entitled to any credit for that? If flu...

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. — 25 October 1902

J. .vjasaapsajsj r . sSMaasa icott font) kktr. VHtU ! TOPIC! OF TBI DAT. la fMltMl InML A bogua "promoter" who fleeced Uninrroua Kansas City neraons In urns ranging from $S0 to ll.soo hat uccu inptured in New York and will le brought back. His greatest error wan In not doing business on a larger tsc;ile, and becoming a "financier." Kmrlaeer Remarkable Reon. An nerlcnn railway engineer who tin f been nlueed nn ihi. ..i..,. one ut the most remnrknWe f nny locomotlvv tnglneccr world. Far 43 years he 1,1 "n account of the miles he led. The total mounts to list. rei'o in tr hni i. )m t 1,40S.SU7 I lies. TV lien Hoys and Girls araw Mutt. Uo.vs do more growing In their texenteenth year than In any other year; girls In their fottvteent'h. ltov r.-.ieh their full height usually ot 13 or girls at 13. From the eleventh to tl? sixteenth year thn nwi-npa bigger and strntijrer tlinn the iivenne boy. The winter cold seems retard the growth of children lust ! does plants. From November ' Anrll chil...

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. — 25 October 1902

ssssssssssssMBJHHPllBBKf Prises arstssa Raw 0sta4laa Cat Cam, addition to through chair cr ana Fallman Slcpr lervice tht FrUco Byi tern operates on Its trains , oul ol Balnt touji and , Kansas City Ttry bandioma Observation Cafe Can. un der management of Krad Harvey. Than tars are equipped with every convenience, including largo library observation room and platform;, the former supplied with taay chairs, writing material, laitest news rapw and periodical!. Kleetrie lights and electric fana add to the comfort ofthe pat wngers. Thee trains Icavp Saint Louis and Kansas Clu- daily via the Frisco 8.tem. ' Uralltarls. p.ritypMUi"." id the d0C'0r' "'h,t yU h,T "qli.'thanW' Cholly murmured faintly. 1 alrnn.t hope that 1 may never get well. No one w ould ever be botherrtl with con atipjtion if everyone knew how naturally ami quickly llurdock Blood Bittern regulate) the ttomacit and boweli. lie "I would die for yon!" 8ho"How much U your life inurance?" Philadelphia Bulletin. "A doc In time e...

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. — 25 October 1902

JBtTd M lhi (wMorltwIi Bratoa, Mo., ob WMry II. 103, u onind)M mull antttr. nh1iMied nt Denton, Mo., every 4V rrtci.vL vxp.a or mott county 8nWfiMnu7 1.00 Per Year. PUIILIO OWNERSHIP TICKET. 1! V I Em 4 Ifel I' IIV fir Sit?.,. Foil Ht-ruu JrtwtK. II1NOK MKRIWBTHBK, Kt. l.onla. W. O. CARP WELL. Kuninit I'ltx. VILt.tAM KIS'LKT SMITH. Klrkaood. Vn't r. I on rotor iir Arrtu.n, HF.NKV W. FKMMRII. HI. I.nnln. Fou - 1'rr.ntiTR.tnciiT Vrm.ir RcnooLt, AI.KRKti H. OIIKKN-. Nt. I.00I1. Vjii Rn.o roMMmtoxiM, i.onn r. roLPWKtL, lnlptndaM. THOMAS W. HACKKTT. St. Jo.pli. Ton !. i V. I'titll t . !1T BEING A TOOL. votml for Bill lonm nod hi nest ot "lit ul yoitr pant bnw tw unkrd M ill v. mtinoi! to do this tiiroufli tklck and i..tt, Kkii-'mi; I'ujt In doing to fan ture nothhur to Will .r u c.utlnu to vote ft lb polUlrlnn JIV.t, Altl.otnii you hare ld und biiMi to 1'iruu ul your prrlsilliv. .von tlinplr-mluilnl f.Hll. 1 it' your own tntorwt und quit bring THE PURE POOD LAW. Perhaps not many of Its c...

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. — 1 November 1902

(I SCOT COUNTY KICftER. Vol. I BENTON, MQ NOVEMBER I, 1902. No. 51 if About the Court House "Combine." Only Equalled by Butler's House of Delegates. -Who "Fixed" Huffman ?-The Ballot "Job." I enjoyed n hearty laugh Hntunlay oveniug. I picked up ''..court house , organ and found tin article entitled: .'J&tjght or Wrong-riill Hnfner or thetiounty Court." It is evident thnt oven the editor of tho organ had Nome doubts nltnut vhich was "right or wrong." Hut I rend the article nud found myself , pouring skyward. 1 must ho Improv ing. They lined to speak of me tin the"hyenti,"?'V(nth hound," "bear,'' "hippoputmuW n nd ibe like, hut ,iuy neighbors seem to hnvc tnned .clown tm.l now refer to mo nffci-t inn ately as "n genlnl fellow," "very .shrewd," "our friend," etc. Out thn': Ih ttpither hen nor there. It in merely dust-throwing and that. Js ull there wns In thenevornl columns ,pf stuff devoted to me Inst week. IHIf..4L4FNKK IS NOT AN IS ,8DE IN SCOTT COUNTY NOll IN .MISSOURI! Now, le...

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. — 1 November 1902

la -".V I t 5' f V Hi it li s, I Scott Cuity Itkker a. mniii mmn s. mismait - TOICt OF in DAT. A lafcafclts MIA. .."f u 1uksUt mine In Pern 170 fathom In cbwttmferencc and 4S0 feet deep. In, thU profound nbyss re streets, squares nntl a chnpel Where religious mirahlp la held. Averse Vmmih of sickacas. Between 21 and 30 a man is 111 5ft days a year on tin average, and be tween 30 and 40 seven days. la the neat ten years he lose 11 days an nually; and between CO and 69, 3d days. R I pen I ait Pineapples. A New York denier rlpon pineap ples for the market by artlflelal pro ress. He put them In n room heated to 110 degrees, and ordinarily 3a or days arc required to thoroughly ripen the fruit. Nataral Wealth of Xew Mexico. The population of New Mexico Is Bow V.u.000, which I more thnn double what it wns ten years njro In his last report Uov. Otero says the territory la capable of supporting a population of ;,300.ooo. Greed Lends to a Doance. All deputy United States marshal! In Xorth Dak...

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. — 1 November 1902

wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmm l Vir" EBafcsaaaafc. - ' ------- r --. -.r--. ..TCT-Ml 4: YANKEE CONTRIVANCE. ftsests anil Dreaplaa- Hoards Ar raaard in a -ar Taat laves tdlt of Hard Work. I have several little Yankee con. IrivnnccH that I havo never seen used by tither, and I will describe one, namely, my mints nnd dropping Imnrda, of whleli 1 send you a draw lnf: A A are the two by four studs at bnck of house. It ll are hinges of the old-fashioned hook .and eye pnttcrn nnd long enough so that the dropping boards do not come within six Inches of the walls of the house. 0 0 are sides or frame of roosta THIS IS THK WAV IT LOOKB. and arc hinged at II 1) to the stud ding. HDD are the roosts. K K arc the dropping boards, slx inches below roosts. V Y V V are strips of wood four Inches wide and a halMnch thick that hold the roosts and dropping boards together. 0 Is a pulley fastened to a rafter overhead. 11 H Is a rope (one-half Inch) fatt ened to the roosts and passing through pulley (0). 1 ...

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 November 1902

4 s ra il; .'1 r SoOTTCNTY KICKER if i it ' 1 18? HOW TO GET AT PACTS, Ccrtaluly tlio rondlnir public Is much imposed upou especially ho fiir nn political news is concerned. Pubushed nt Hcuton, Mo., every - Tw Democrat tnke n Democratic J"A,M port offln) In BMtai. Mo., oa jwrw; 14. im, MniniMan mall taatttr. JtATUMllAX BY 1'Hlt,. A. HirRR. arrwuh I'Al'BIl OV W:OTT COUNTY Babworlptton, ftl.oo lVr Year. .PUBLIC QlVXEiUMIl' TICKKT. - -ri! Foa Sitikmf: jt nut. MtKon MsmwRvuBn, 1 St. l.nl. w. o. rAnwrxt., KaM CHr. wim.iam mi.r.v .uiTit. Klrkwot.i). Tos St. I.on Toiht or ArrcAt.t, HBNUV W. FfiMMKB. . Kt. Lottl. tot SrrtiirtTitNiiaT 1' tm.tr frnoot.i, 1 .. i . AbVltRU V. ntlRKNT - " ' i St. I.onli. Ton nn.not riiuiiioiiisiM, J.OtlH i'. rnuiwitLt.. Inlpnflt. THOMAS W. HAI-KRTT. St. Joli. metropolitan newspaper nnd depends npon.it for information. The lb-pub-limn takes u llcpubliuim mctropolj tun paper nud swear by.wlmt it snys. Tiio country editor usually is satis fied to re-echo the "facts...

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 November 1902

u SCOTT COUNTY RICHER. ..V Vol.l BENTON, MO., NOVEMBER 8, I90Z No. 52 MISSOURI WENT BUTLERCRATIC. The Butters "Vindicated."--Jim Butler to Congress.- Democratic Majority Drops Low in Scott County. The Batter's were "vindicated" last Tuesday. Everything went Batter emtio. Did we not know that the liesblt law la fep onelbl (or it we would fitiil It necessary to charge tho people ol 'Missouri wkh endorsing fcoodllng, bribing and ballot-box tung. Bat the .people did not do It. The Nesblt law and the Uutlar Indians did It. Jim Butler, eon of the old inun, eras elected (count! in) to congress Crow the 12th district. He was counted bi two years ago, but he era also counted out at Washing ton. He may be counted out again. Mm Butler runs 'a nasty show In Bt. fouls, and is an all-round sport nnd hug. .f ImOroifin, son-ln4iw of the old man, was elected Justice of tiie peace In his district. In St Louis this office is of more importance than is circuit judgship iu the country, toonlti runs a tl...

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 November 1902

&-r 7- . a? IV ft' rV 4 J- si , 5 1 rmmmmmmmmmmmmm 1902 NOVEMBER. tfCIl m. m. im. is. tin. m. m. IZZlJII JL 2 24 5 6 7 8 ?. 11 ii il il ii 25. J6J78J9 20 2122 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 TOPICS OF TIB OAT. laallarltr la Laaaaaes. There are 3,000 word which lire Used nllke in French nnd KngUh without change in spelling. Little Llckt from Moon. If the sky were fllleil with full tnoons the light would be no brighter than that of ordinary daylight. Pnblle Batha la Tokla. Tokio ought to be the cleanest towa In the world. It has 800 nubile baths. used dally by 300,000 persons. Heavy Cost of Armaments. The armies and navies of the nine largest Kuropean powers cost nlto gether over $1,000,000,000 yearly. Bis; Tea Drinkers. Great llrltlnn Is still the greatest .'pa drinking country. The consump tion is Ave pounds per head of the population. In Switzerland It is es timated at tt pounds per head, and In the United States about one pound per head. The Matter of stability. A resident of Manila s...

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