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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 14 December 1901

. uji , , , -n&3 MMtatr witii Tl laterest f nil -C7l CHICKEN COOP DOOR. " llmpl la Coastraetlon Tkat Aa. ' t-armcr Handy nllk Tools Caa Issprovlse Oa. Kxnerlence Is necessary la planblog and making preparation for winter, It I not un easy matter for la rerlcncttl people to conceive an idea of a good door for their chlcVea coops, mid we give here a drawing of one thai we found George Moore, of Mnine, using, and which' he laid hnd given perfect aatUfoctlon. The arrangement waa ao simple In construction that any farmer who CHICKEN COOP DOOR OPEN. ol Understood the use of tools at could attach ii to a coop or box to be tictl fur a coop with but little trouble. The door, or entrance, should be sawed out perfectly round ten Inches would be large enough, w me the door or corer to the en trance should be one inch larger with one side extended so that the covei will lie pear-shaped. The pointed side should have a quarter-Inch holt bored through It, the door working on a bolt for a hinge....

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. — 14 December 1901

4 -fir rar, - ari. r I 52v . Pstu A. IIaitok, FUBMBMSIt. Or'PKtAIi VAVRK OV KXTTT OOU.XTY. KNTliRJCD AM BUCKtD CtAM MATTER AT DMTOJf, Mo. THE CONGRESSIONAL HUDDUB. For the present, rtt loiwt, It was tlm intention of tlie Kickkr not to meddle in tlio congiwulonnl cnin piiijm of this district, which HOpniN to Iinvojtmt opened. Yet, tho many mill vnriutM stories told by certain newxpnjiers concerning tlio notion of the roiigmwiomil committee lias rnnsml miiiiy citizens to nsk tlm ed itor's opinion, nnd we feel itonrduty to sive tlio fuets ns we know them. It is well known that n mounter effort is beiiut mode by ninny of the landlords nnd mpitnltatx of this dis trict to defeat Mr. Vandiver. No liaifjes are made nptinst Mr. Van diver, and not a word is uttered npiinst his reconl ns a pnblie servant except that last year C. D. Mat thews, of Sikeston, the wealthiest man in Southeast Missouri. I re ported as saying thnt "Mr. Vandiver may lie a pood school teacher, but he is not a pood finan...

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. — 21 December 1901

SCOTT COUNTY RICHER. Vol. I. BENTON, MO., DECEMBER 21, 1901. Some More Shell Hiding. At New Hamburg. Wtiltn tlmv urn nut Hwetirinir out loud, yet huiiio of our merchants na verv niucii dmappouiteu lit tiie nop- The Cardwell-Peoubllc Libel Suit ntuUgo-futch ittuothoaofgettitifr.ur "IC WOIUWSII ipuuilW UIWW 0UU trying to get. fwlglit over the Hbuck Htkst I T Calkai4 DAliieaH 4r rr railroad. Frank Uroicnti nud C. iiusuvvi wurwiwwi iVu9vu Sv DankH hnvo had their Christmus am rho Wtrnoee Snn1 ..Whn Pun. good nt the Capo for mm thmia nished the Boodle to Stop the Case? .Taut oh the people of Missouri were In a fair way to tret noiae inutile In formation regarding the men who niiiuugc to kep themselves at the head of the Democratic party in thin Htate, tt wan iiiiuouiimhI that the Cm-dwell llltel mitt against the Bt. Lout Republic hud liecn "dbtiiilsscd," and that Oardirell hail received n handsome sum of money an a Halve for his wounded honor. nut the Hnrdwcll cam 1km nerved It imriiose. ...

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. — 21 December 1901

1 1 ilk- Scott Comfy likher. rMlL. a. MAtMsM, remitter. TOPICS OP III DAT. . Tfce LeilBr at JmIINi The insular decision thus far show four justices leaning one way, four Justices leaning the other way and Justice Drown leaning both ways. Csat Has ar Flirsietani. No oth-r sovereign In the world has M many physicians as the czar. They number 27 and are all selected from among the medical celebrities of Rus-la. Meanared a Plnaet. Dr. See, of the United States naval observatory In Washington, has Just concluded a measurement of the plan et Mercury with the large fetei-tiie nf that institution. Its diameter Is found to bo S.fl.M miles. I HatNMIItlon Copies Sold. T.ast year there were sold in Kn gland S.000 copies of Mrs. Henry Wood's "East Lynne." bringing the copyright sales of that book up to 500.000 copies. Few books had so (i real and so constant a sale as Mrs. Wood's best-known novel. Pormer Millionaire In Poverty. Robert Johnson, n former million aire, who owned u handsome mansion ...

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. — 21 December 1901

It. " 11 K V Me had iwketl hU.hcntt ihto three Cttipty bodrobihl before he crime to Jane's, In the middle of whose ample leamernea a wee. figure was curled up, fast asleep. At the bed's foot a limp little stocking hung empty and forlorn. While Mr. Qennlster was looking at It the little figure squirmed and sud denly sat up. Two little flsU rubbed open two sleepy eyes and then the small boy crept rapidly on all fours to the foot of the bed and felt the stocking empt 1 There was n surprised and pitiful quiver on the Up. Then the ehlld raised his head and caUght sight of Mr. Gennlster'a short, stout figure, clad In long lounging robe and capi and the boy no longer felt cither grief or doubt. "O Santa Claus, fill up my 'lock Ingl" he cried, tossing up his Aral. "Willie been good boy I" Instantly for some unknown ret son Mr. Qennlster blew out the lamp. The silence was broken by a sleepy chuckle, from the bed as the child snuggled back among the warm "Ami t hnnn wn i coverings, men there ...

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. — 21 December 1901

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER Pmt. A. Hamm. PtrnMsHcn. UKKTCIAt. TAl'KK OK BCOTT COUNTY. KSTKIIKU AH KKCOXD CT.ASS MATTKIt AT llKNTOX, Mo. crty, and there is no reason Tvliy In- dividual should go higher. If It in right to assess n U,000,000 rail road nt $0,000,000, tlicn it is tight to assess a f !I0 cow at JO. kepuhlicans roil iuissell. Hon. J. J. llusscll has ut least one newspaper In Itin homo county thnt Is advocating Ills claims. It is the (.'hitrlestoti Star, a ltcpnhllenn mvtv that hits ho tiso for a "fifty tt'iit dol lur." In fart, all the llcpublicitti luilHjrw hi tin district favor Sir. litis. sens cnnuinncy. me uiiuriesron Enterprise, a pnpcr that litis always udvocoted unadulterated Peitiot racy fliKt not take kindly to Mr. llusscll. It hell'?vo In Selecting HH'H to Office who form blushing. can stnn the Kousns City pint- lheker. nnuH.lv in ilm f.u.i without1 ' The Cardwell inquiry might squ.irel. in tlic fnec without vcn the chief actors in this oiigrcwlonal situation, the situa...

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. — 4 January 1902

SCOTT COUNTY RICHER. SAMPLE corr. Vol. I. BENTON, MO., JANUARY 4, 1902. No. 8. About That "Interview." Mr. DeReign Seems to Ignore Some Very Important Facts. o While Mr. Russell's Supporters Find Much Fault With What Happened at Thayer, yet Their Or gans Refuse to Publish the Resolutions so that The People May Judge for themselves. Bob Pearson in Jail Again. This Time He is Minus a Hand. Ar rested in Monroe County, 111. Hob l'ou won, thii "nll-nround tmin,'' again In Hotitoh jail. The KicKKit regrets that it must consume ho muuti space in discussing innttnr that amount tii absolutely: nothing lioyond an effort to liefuddfe the people. Tho Kickeh does not euro whether Mr. Vnudivor or Mr. Russell secures the congressional tiouiinntion from this tliHtrict pro vided the wople, and not the poll tlciuus, are ortnitted to make the election. 1( the people want Mr Vuiiillvcr. nil right with the Kiokku. If the coplo want Mr. Russell, all right with the Kickeh. lint the KtcKK.n feels It a duty...

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. — 4 January 1902

r I ii IT IS r IV, IS ft 1 Scott COMrtjrfckktr. rMiu a. HAyKKw. r-anuaer, . ' TOPICS OP TU DAT. . Leanlne; of Jaatlee. - Tfc insular decisions thus for show four justices lenn'.ng one way, four Justices leaning, the other way and Justice Drown leaning both ways. Csa Mas UT Phrslelnns. Tfo othr sovereign In the world has 10 many physicians as the czar. They number 27 and are all selected from among the medical celebrities of ltus-la. sfe- 'iff! !' Mcnanred n Planet. Dr. See, of the I'nlted Stntes nntnl observatory In Washington, has just concluded n measurement of the plan el Mercury with the targe telescope of that Institution. Its diameter is found to be 8,038 miles. Half-Million Copies Sold. Last year there were sold In Kn plnnd S.000 copies of Mrs. Henry Wood's "Kfist Lynne." bringing the copyright sales of that book up to 500,000 copies. Few books hud no great and so constant n sale as Mis. Wood's best-known Hotel. Former Millionaire In Poverty. Ilobert Johnson, u former million...

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. — 4 January 1902

MR GennistersI CHRISTMAS I. m A 1SH you a pleas- ,, W W nnt journey," Mr. Ucnnlstcr, and a merry Christmas!" Mr. (lennister turned slowly toward lils new vlvrk a fnlr, sunny-faced J-ounp fellow with a cold and stony etnri'. "I do not expect to have a plennnt Journey," he Mild. "And t do not believe in Christmas." Yntinjf Mortimer, the new clerk, looked blankly at his employer and wild no"morc. When the door closed Whim! Mr. Oennlster's departing fig ure. Tom, the ofllec hoy, laughed. "Say, Mr. Mortimer, when you've been with him ns long an I have, you won't W wishing him n pleasant journey or n merry Christum, either!" "I'll whh him both!" young Mortt ! cti!ll snuggled back nmong the warm mer aid. sturdily. "And I hope he'll coverings. Then there was a mixed have a merry Christmas, In spite of UP murmur of "Santa Chus 'tocklng himself." I good boy," followed by a contented, Mr. Oennlster's Journey from the ' '-'My after which, with noise city to the suburbs of that small Xew ,eM B,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. — 4 January 1902

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER Fjol. A. HimKH, PtJBUBHBB. OFFICIAL PAl'KH OY SCOTT COTOTY. Subscription, fl.00 Per Yenr. The Kicker cnn do no lew than hone for one nnd all n happy and prosperous year. In a large degree tliln I a vain hope owing to the unfair and unjust social condition and the treachery and dishonesty of men entrusted with high public duties. lint the Kicker hopesforn change, "It is a lotiir lane thnt ha no tnrn.' The. iniinortnl Declaration of Inde pendence, penned by thnt great com' moncr. Thomas jenerson. raws. Vl' tinll these truths to be self- ntrMunt. tlmt nil men are created equal; that they areendowed by their HiUitor with certain tmnlienable rights; that among these, are life, llbertv, and the pursuit of happiness, That,' to secure these rights, govern itmtltntMl nmonc men deriving their Just powers from the jwinaatit. of the anveracd: that. whenever any form of goverment be- .Wrmtlre ol these ends, it the right of the people to alter or to .tw.iui, if mill tn institu...

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 January 1902

'Si? W3 SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. SAMPLE. COPY. ' Vol. I. BENTON, MO, JANUARY II, 1902. No. 9. HOW IT HAPPENED That the People were Ignored and the Politicians "nominated" Our Present State Senator. "Matt Convtntlons" Forced In CountlM Where Pri mary Elections had been Ordered. In One County the Central Committee Appointed the Delegates. It Is punning strangethat the same gang of political freebooter who se cured for Senator MarahnU a no t culled "nomination" by reporting to nil the rotten niethoilii known to the convention system of naming candi dates, should now throw up their hands In holy horror nnd yell "Snap !" "Usurpation!" "Louisiana Return ing Hoard J" "Trickery I" "Dictator I" and so on, been use the congressional committee has advised that the selection of the next congressional candidate on the Democratic ticket hImII lie submitted to the people direct. The story of that senatorial "nom ination" was never told. The "prac tical politicians" and their organs were content to let...

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 January 1902

HI tap ite K. fBF i 1 .if x 4 5tr sift.. Ft ' 3 ,55 'i r,Mft, . . . A. .VU..T. "fi ... 31 . T Scott County icta rHIt. A. HAVXEK, rabUsaer. BENTON, IQMOTntZ. OIOI010ICMOIQMCIOIOiOIOICOIOte i IW2 JANUARY. 1902 MISSOURI EVENTS OF THE WEEK. TOPICS OF THE OAT. m- m. rm m im m. ur. . ... 1 2 3 4 lL J JL JL I i5 H j9 20 2j 22 23 24 25 "Where Hasina- t Prohibited. I Hazing1 hns been mnde u criminal ofTcnse by the Illinois legislnture, nnd offenders tuny le fined WOO nnd sent to Jit 1 1 for six tiionthg. Best la Its Ulsters-. Over 700 delegatea attended the Ml, tourl Teachers' association at Kansaa City latt week. The aeMlon was eoa ceded to be the best In the associa tion's history. The next meeting will be at 8t. Louis and It seems to be an established fact that tho future meetings of the association wilt alter note between Knnsns City nnd St. Louis. The following officers were elected: J. A. Whitehead, of Mobcrly, president; Superintendent Hen Mew ett, of St, Louis, first vice president; ...

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 January 1902

Missouri state Buimina, Louisiana Purchase ixposiiioi a9aaLaw nL sWlBliBBBBBBBeaBBs Hl V HBfnff1uBBBBBpBBfcBE jUKHHftHMrBSilnlHBlB i v mli 'if bhBmX" BaaFeaaBeBaaavBaBaBaaB THE Missouri Bulldtna t the Louisiana l'urrliarp Exposition at St. Louts It to lie nltr.ost In the geographical center ot Pore. ft lMrk ami I therefor near the t-nsurn liour.ilary of that part of the park to le mid for the Pair. It wilt be easy of i-cvm irom north, louth and taut. Tht Kro;n.(! to the south are nearly level to the bonier of the park at Clayton Road. To the tuirtl, tht approach It prer.lpltouf, which add-. btaM'.v of perspective, while at the tame time the declivity Is not no great to remit r It Inaccessible tor pedestrians. The iMr.imural Hallway, which will traveri the ground) ot the Fair, hat been laid out to pun In the Immediate vicinity and a handsome station wilt be located near the Missouri fiulldlnir. All the irut-r. water and electric tervlca llr.ts mil be brotmht to the building;. The til...

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 January 1902

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER Tml, A. Miraii) PrauMdni. .rnoiAb vkPtM or aoon oovrty. Babacriptlon, S1.00 Pwr Tear. j1 THE POAT OFflCC RULING. A Rtvat ninny of our country n tliAiigt an complaining abont the frcetit nillng of th Foatoflcv Ds arttnent in permitting only the malllugnf newspapers to regular sub scribers who have paid for their papers in advance. Mach in being mid and written ubont this dfvisioti, and the majority of writer either do not know, or else they wilfully con Mill the dangerous feature of this ruling. The ruling wns not aimed at conn try publishers, or any other publish ers, except one at Girnrd, Kan. The Appeal to Reason, a Socialist paper, in published at Girnrd. On its edi torial staff are some of the brightest writers of the day. All the news papers are reproducing articles from the Appeal to Reason. All the St Louis papers copied its comments on the assassination of President McKIn- fey, and the Globe-Democrat said editorially: "The uioue-Democnit has more than onc...

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 January 1902

" jrv?f'f$ SCOTT COUNTY RICHER. , i " "'""""' " " 1 " 1 , . , - -, i i - - ' - w., . BPMTnw. mo.. JANUARY 18. 1902 No.. 10. AIIOUMI-AlillUT. The "Horse Breeder's" Law. How a Common Gambling Act Was Placed Upon Our Statute Books. The Southeast. Sam Cook Admits Under Oath that He Lobbied for the Bill. A Handsome "Fee" to be His Reward --So says Ex-Qov. Stephens. tho effect of tho "horae breeders law" which, ncconllnjr to tho St. Louis In days gone by one rould stop Into one of the miuty pool rooms In 8t. Louts nnd Itot im much or ns little ns he pleased on the result of n horse-race. Whether tho races were being run nt. the Pair grounds or at South Side Park, tho result was known as quickly nt the pool rooms ns nt the race-tracks and the Inter est nnd excitement was quite ns great. People who had business to attend to, and did not care to spare the timo nor expense to go to the tracks, just stepped into a pool room and place their money on their favor ites. As a result tho pool rooms ...

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 January 1902

fir rv IB I MM at bit si S "4 "4 I i 6ST, Scott Comity fikker. fMXXm h MIMOUKI. TOKCf OF -Til OAT. trap a mat to the Dam. The inhabitants of the Danish West Indies ought to be informed that Uncle Bam has no intention af mov ing the islands from their present geographical location. rnld Mop Than -the PrMllnl, It Is figured that Danny Mnher, the American jockey who will ride, the Icing of Kngland's horses this year, wltl earn In all about $33,000. Of thii $25,000 will be his fee for handling the king's horses and the rest will com from outside engagements. The Year's Benefactions. Last year's large benefactions in the United States reached a totnl of $123,888,732, of which sum $69,850,061 was given to colleges, universities and other educational institutions. No previous year's total came within IS,. "00,000 'of this remarkable record. Freedom of the Air. T.-ic cable companies may have a monopoly of the telegraph business between England and Newfoundland, but we will warrant that ther...

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 January 1902

i '"TV! GRAFTING APPLE TREES. la (he Sprlngr, When (he San Brains (o la the Time o FerlarM (fee Operation. Grafting apple trees In mimethlng Hint cnit be welt described by Mil ard WIhhoII, ns he has been very successful In the operation. He gives Ills method and the accompanying 11 lustration Is presented to more fully explain matters, in fact, make it sp easy to understand that even n be- Kiinipr couui ioiiow the instruction ind hnve fair success. In the spring when the sap begins to flow, or a little before, Is the time to make unprofitable and unde sirable npplc trees over Into good ones. The necessities are, a shsrp lack knife, a pruning saw and a dish of grafting wax. Receipts for mak ing a good grafting wax have no doubt been given In the column! of this paper before, so we will omit that part. (To make grafting wax melt together the following: Besln, four parts br weight; beeswax, two I 1 HOW TO MAKE A GRAFT. p.trtx; tallow, one part. When melt ed pour Into a pall of cold wat...

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 January 1902

v fb 11 . i i . 1 . - .... ,i - mr m W WflIKE Til TURK PAYS CASH rk m a ak af I I remuvcii vjaio: i BCOTT COUNTY KICKER R 1 4T A. PunLtminn. OrriCTAti PAPIER OP BOOTT COUHTY. Subscription, SI .00 Per Yenr. rLENTYJOP "HARMONY." Jmliro W. N. Evans., of West Fluinn, w(u chosen chairman of the convention of the Democratic com mlttm mrctliijr held in St. Lonii luring tlio holidays, nnil it it wiitl that much of tho lmrtuotiy uiul uood frt'lliifr frrowltur out of tho mooting iu to nix irooil luilirnu'iit in that body. Vun Ilutvn was dm trovcmlng ijocai Yoh, there was plenty of "harmony nnd irood feeling." In fnct, there wiw nothing ;ta on tup nt tlie Jeffer non dab room. And while nn effort tnw made to have it appear that thin wan a mcetinjr of the Democratic rhnirmon nnd Hwretnrles of the va rious counties, yet it was really meeting of pie-fed appointees of the the State administration, who met to endorse their owu notions us well ns the actions of their superiors. The Jefferson CityJ Pr...

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 January 1902

n-Sli' iff? t SCOTT COUNTY I1ICI1ER. ; Vol. I. BENTON, M0.f JANUARY 25, 1902. No. It. 45 Missouri's Pure Food Law. How the Baking Powder Trust Got In its Work on Country "Editors" and Missouri "Statesmen." Perhaps not many of Its citizens know it, yet Missouri linn a "pure food" law. For this blessing we ore under obllgatlonstothn bilking pow der trust, which like nil other trusts is a great benevolent Institution. The trunk spent thousands upon thousands of dollars to bring about a law to protect the ignorant people of Missouri against "inferior" buking powders itud with money ono can bring about most any sort of a law in Missouri. Hut the methods of the trust are interesting. Such results are not brought about in a day. The first step was to get a monopoly on the cream of tnrtnr output. The next was to prejudice the people against nil baking powders that did not con tain cream of tartar. And last, to havo a law passed to prohibit the sub of nil other powders. Somo ten years ngothc...

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 January 1902

MET is- 4 lr 1 I I? 1 ft it- & 1 1 I 4 I $. to few . ",M''SSMMWSaSSSM WINItK IS HtHt Scott County ftkktr. WHU A. HAHtKH, gabUahsr. llENTOJf, t i M1880UM. TOPICS OF THE DAT. Ooveraed by Trades I'nlons. Ansonin, Conn., n thriving mnnufao turlng town, is governed in every de partment by ofticluls belonging to trades unions. The mayor Is a work Ing carpenter. German Consumption of Brer. The consumption of beer through etit the German empire last year nvcr iged 57 gallons n head, nnd In ltuvnrt (he average rose to 212 gallons a hend. It must ltnve been n big head. S News from OvcS r the State : -t Officer Adapted tntaae Rase. An escaped criminal was captured by Deputy United Statea Marshal Tur ner, who was dressed in woman's garb. The prisoner, James Brewer, was sent to jail a few weeks ngo to serve a sis months' sentence for larceny. Ills good behavior gave hltn considerable freedom and he was treated aa a "trusty." Saturday evening he was petit for a bucket of water and falling to ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
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