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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 13 December 1902

STROWQ POST LIFTER. Arraaiemsat Thai Doa Awar will Ike Har Work Incidental lo Rtmerlac Puln The illfHculty in removing fonct posts from old position In largely overcome by using the nrrungenient shown In the nccontpunylng lllustru tlon. It consists jlinply of two inowcr wheels, nn Iron nxln, a long henm of almost nny kIzi anil n chain. Itnlxc the outer cntl of thin licura to h I i t f i THK l'OST l.TFTER. perpendicular position, pushing the apparatus up ngnlnst n post. Place the chain about the pant nnd fastea It. Hy depressing the upright benm, the poHt la lifted out of the ground. Thin device la especially advantageous when the posts nrc Inrge nt the lower end. Two persons eon remove pouts very rapidly. One should manipulate the apparatus, pushing It up against the post, the other placing the chain about and removing the post when It Is out "of the ground. American Agriculturist. RENOVATING THE SOIL. it and Cheapen! War Is Oraw Leg-ami nuns Plants for On or More Reason. Clover hnx...

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 December 1902

5. fee pi EL- ir 6: 5fc ft BCOTT COUNTY KICKER KntaNd nt tho pnut ofB In IViitou, Mn on fftbtuqrM. tM, imwonil-dnm mull inuttr. Published nt Denton, Mo., every MATVKDAY UT Vttlh. A. HaKNKII. OmCIAli PAPKR OK BCOTT COl'NTY Subscription, S1.00 Per Year. THE UTHEll EXTHE.ME. Never before has Hoelalimn attract ed so much attention f tt tlio Unlteil States. The wonderful Inureave in tho socialist vote at t ho recent elec tion la conitneitteil on by tlio jite irenernUy. Tlio West Plains Quill pays: THE MATRIMONIAL WJllKAU. It ix not mirprUiit;; tliat malrl monlal btirenun should boentobll.-died In a eountry where the very soul of men are for wilt) to tlie highest bid iW. The t-hli'f olihvt of tliiMt e.itnli- lMiiucnt i.x to Hcelire rich American To SuliNclilM-r. 'Tim un..t,i1tutw tmiila iiuvo untu fiti-nlirn tiolilritnnii- FRANCHISE TAX LAW. Tou havenllliea rd about Missouri's Iftwtocompel the taxation of franch lues. Perhaps yon remember tliat tbe Demooratle state platform of 1000 pledge...

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 December 1902

m-' ' SCOTT COUNTY rUCriER. Vol.2 BENTON, MO., DECEMBER 20, 1902. No. 6 PHIL. HAFNER'S STUMP SPEECH TO THE BEANVILLE NATIVES. fis Tho report of the "spotter" that morning air. Borne time afterward there was an increased attendance Lawyer Bkinnerand Judge Doolittle, at the Beanvllle meeting caused much of the county court, left cmnp for a alarm among the politicians. Their stroll. They espied Farmer Jones organ having failed to reuch the sitting on a log rending a news natives by appealing to their vanity paper and approached' him thusly: now proceeded to hammer on their "Hello, got a paper?" religious prejudices, and in tho last "Yep; I got the Kicker. I like to issne appeared the following: read it, and brought it along." "Phil Hnfner treated the Beanvllle "Thought you were a Democrat?" natives to another of his tirades queried Lawyer Skinner, against good government and the a i ftm ,", Democratic party. This time he : ' , ... . . , . went far enough for tho people to ' But thnt ,8...

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 December 1902

irt. J & tKC. fSV- 1 W taaaMajBfraawaaanaaaaasaaa rURBRAL OF BM1L1 ZOLA. HO CHAWOK IP eUTPATIOW. IMOWIITO TP WAT. fc Scott Cottity flicker . mm, ratmfcwb fcPtTOK. a JIMMOTOL twc:!COKUt:!:ii!: 1 1902 OCTOBER. 1 M. I m. Iron.! ml: 1902 M. m. ton. m tm ni. nr. 12 3 4 7j j j jT To 7T 12 13 U T5 Jh6 18 26 27 28 29 30 31 lilts ib .... .... ..j. .... .... ... ; m L. TOPICS OP THE DAT. I Specine for llruciicrncr. The lawyer who Is to defend Wil liam Hooper Young will cudentor to prove that ho Is u degenerate. Well, there Is nothing In the law to pre sent the electrocution of degenerates. The Best Missouri News Bora tatt Career of Crime. Willie nnd Barl Vnnbibber, broth ers, of 12 and 14 yearn, live near Smlthvllle. They decided to visit Kansas City, auil having no money, they "borrowed" two horses from the stable of 1). 0. Cnpps without notifying him. Suspecting that the ltetlaloB of Valverstty Btndents. Up to date, 800 students have en tered the state university. Thirty six states and ...

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 December 1902

li i i ii ii him in i 1 1 t i m mm ORCHARD FUMIGATION. Oatle Rcecatlr tee for the Ian tose Scale la Orchard Worst la New York IUU, The spreading branches were drawn In with a rope, permitting the tend, which are 12 feet In il In meter, to drop over the tree. Two tree are futtiW Sratco at a time, the apparntitK patting between the row. The tentsnrehting from the gnffs, which are long enough to re the purpose. The tents are drawn tip from the bottom and when teleicoped are (till further lifted to the height of the outer end of the gnffi and In position to drop over the tree. The tents are then let down as far as they will set tle. The smaller the tree the lower they will sink, and the less space will remain for the use of the gas. The surplus tent gathers on the ground Ell I V.TT?jHffiSf " FUMIGATING DEVICE. Two men can eally handle the ap paratus. The tent are made of light sailcloth, oiled with two coats of boiled linseed oil and dried. They are IS feet In di ameter and 14 feet high...

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 December 1902

BCOTT COUNTY KICKER Katarod at tk iMMtoffiiwIu H.Mon, Mo., on Wtrnnnr U, 1W. m rr.on-dnm mull mnttor. Published at Benton, Mo., every EATUKPAY BY Pit.. A. H.AFXKB. OFFICIAL PAPER OP BCOTT COVXTY. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. 1WT IT'S THE "LAW." Aproi dispatch from Illinois says: "Recently n traveling doctor visited thihonip of Henry Kelster nnd Al bert Uuehler, well-to-do ftrooksldo farmers. The stranger was soliciting lor an milinuiipolln nrm. Ho until hi medicine pmsessed wonderful cur iitive power. He made a contract with eneli farmer, nnd they signed Notes for !(() each, payable in six inontns. xney say tno stronger agreed to effect a cure, or no pav. but they will have to settle with Fred 1 Reinhiirdt. n Sandoval banker, n-, gitrdless of any contract. The doc-' tor soltl both notes to him, and lie lias notified the fanners that he will expect the money at maturity." Suppose this doctor had stolen the horses or cows of fanners Kelstcr mid Ilui-hler. do you think Hanker lleinhar...

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 January 1903

1 I PA J as. SCO COUNTY ttlCKER. Vol.2 BENTON, MO., JANUARY 3, 1903. No. 8 DOINGS AT BEANVILLE. The Natives Jubilant Over the Proposed Road Improvements. Farmer Jones in Benton. Lawyer Skinner and Cranberry. .the two men sent out to locate Far ,iner Jonen, found him still sitting on ftho log- deeply interested in the -Kicker. "Haven't yon md nliout enough ,of that stuff?" Inquired Lawyer Skin ner. "Call It 'stuff' if yon want to," re .phed Farmer Jones; "but I notice .that none of you tnke advantage of Hafner's offer of space to reply." . LuwyetfCranlitrry broke out in a .snoeriny laugh as ho put in: "Oh, Hhnw. Farmer Jones, I am surprised ntyour being mo easy. Don't you understand Hafncr? He's just sore because he was defeated for office." "8eems to mo I've heard that be ifore," returned Farmer Jones in u .way to convince the politicians that lie was not so easy after all. Lawyer Skinner frowned u frown nnd suggested that all go to break fast. At the breakfast table tlio plans for ...

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 January 1903

Z ! : , ' - .. - .. - - -- i mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm (. j2tV It CSV ft 1 Itf. 1903 JANUARY 1903 im m SCnt "ST t 2 3 ZilsTT j j To 18 W 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 T0MC1 OP TM1 DAY. The shadow of the raooti whick fall on the earth during on eclipse of the sua in initially :,o miles la diameter. rowerfal Electrle Lla-fet. Bo powerful Ik the new electric light la Dunkcrqtic llght-house thnt its beams are visible nt n distance of miles. I Monty Well Expended. Each year about KO.000 Is expended In sprlnklln the streets" of London with wind, to prevent the horses from lipping. The Earth. If the earth were equally dltlded nmonff ltn present Inhabitants, each of tlx. man, woman and child, would get 23J4 acres. t.lcorlee Root Bets. It Is stated that large beds of 4lco rice root exist in an unimproved con dition in the northern Caucasus Te gion, near the shore of the Black sea. Record Xastet of Tin. The biggest nugget of tin on record has been found nt North Dundnn, in Tasmania. It weighs ...

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 January 1903

anaS lawa -anar, 1 Mrs. Emmons, saved from an operation (or Ovaritis, tells haw she was cared by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. "I am so pleased with the resttlti 1 obtained from Jjydla E. Pinkiinra'a Vegetable Conpound that I feel it doty and a privilege to write yon about it. " I suffered for orer fire years with orarlnn troubles causing an tin pleasant discharge, n great weakness, and at times a fnlntness would coma over mo which no nmount of medicine, diet, or exercise teemed to correct. our Vegetable Compound found the weak spot, however, within a few weeks nnd stived me from an operation all my troubles had dis appeared, and I found myself once ore healthy and well. Words fail to describe the real, true grateful feeling that is In my heart, nnd I want to tell every slek nnd suffering sister. Don't dally with medicines yon know noth ing about, but take Lydin K. IMnk bam's Vcgctublo Compound, nnd tako my word for it. you will be a different woman in n short time." Mns. L...

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 January 1903

I, aft 13) 30-Days Reduction Sale To Close Out All Our Winter Goods 0 URING THE MONTH OF JANUARY, 'if ' &uzss is low on, and They Wlo are Wis& will Seek first Choice ! To give you an idea what we mean by a Reduction Sale we here quote you some of our prices : DRY - GOODS. All Standard Cnlico Prints go fit 3c and 4e Comfort Calicoes go at 5c Heavy 10c Indigo Blue Cnlico goes at 7c All Flannelettes, regular price 7c, now 4c All Flannelettes, regular price 10c, now 7c All Unbleached LL Sheeting from 3c to 6c All Uubleached Domestic from 4c to 12Ac All American print 10c Shirtings go at 7c Cotton Flannel that was 6c now goes at 4c Cotton Flannel that was SJc now only 6:c Cotton Flannel that was 10c now only 7Jc Cotton Flannel that was 12c now only 9c COMFORTS, BLANKETS AND KNITTING MATERIAL. .OrtG lot of 10-4 Comforts go, eajh, at ijl.GO One lot of 10-4 Comforts go, each, at ' '.75 One lot of 50c Blankets reduced to .40 .Oy.e lot of $1.25 Blankets reduced to .95 One lot of $1.50...

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 January 1903

SCOTT COUNT Vol.2 BENTON, MO., JANUARY 10, 190 No. 9 DOINGS AT BEANVILLE. The Natives Get WorK on the Roads. Farmer Jones Accepts Commissinnership and Gets Bills Allowed. Lawyer SKinner Ang'ry. THK POLITICAL liOSK. The Hon, J. W. Squco'em nnd Judge flnoze were just entering tlio court yard us Lawyer Skinner emerged from LtiwyerGrnlmH's office. Judge Booze is an associate member .cf the county court, while the Honorable J. V. Squeezotn Is at the head of the big department store nt which the tlleauville natives do most of their trading. After a friendly greeting. LuwyerSkinner conducted them into hi! office. The door was closed and the visit ors were nuked to ha seated. Front under a pile of old newspapers in the corner Lawyer Skinner resurrected a bottle of old Josh Qulnry, which he ,urcorJ:ed and pawed around. After the usual eoniphiintHs na to the quality of the article Lawyer Skin ner begun: "Now, gentlemen, I have a matter to discuss with you. As you are dottbtfeM aware, Phil Haf...

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 January 1903

Uk Scott County Itkkr. VBII. At IMKU, hMUM, BXMTOX JOMOUU. iff,' 1903 JANUARY 1903 in M. tue not. m. ut 1 2 3 T? 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 3 ":rrr..;.l zl The Best Missouri News TOPICS OP THE OAT. Wife-Beater la Jail. John Price and family, consisting of i wife and four children, recently arrived in Macon from England and made their home with ltobert Davis a half brother of Price. Shortly aft erwords Price wan nrreitted for whipping his wife over the face with n leather strap, but owing to her In tercession with the Judge, he wan let oft with a nominal flue. Within a day or two afterward he attacked her with hi tint while hf had an Invalid child In her arms, and (die wa only saved by the appearance of Mr. Duvls, who drew a revolver on the In furiated hunlinnd and made him de Wt. Christina eve Price produced a long-tiloiled knife and attempted to cut hi wife's throat. She fought for her life nnd In her struggles she was badly cut about the arm. When the officers went after ...

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 January 1903

A LURKING DANGER, There U a Itirklif lunger in the achiof back. The aches and palaa "i me back tell of klitneyn overworked. do to the kldneva' annistnnce whea Imcknehe palna war you. A kidney wnrnin should he promptly heeded for dangerous diabetes Hrlght'a disease arc onl a Me nvvay. Head how the dai- gcr can be averted) CASK NO. 15.741 Hcv. Jacob D. Van Dorcn. o( S7 Sixth Street, Fond du Lac, Wis., l'renbytcrlan clergy man, sayst "A man or woman who has never had kidney complaint or any of the little 111 ennxequent upon Irritated or Inactive kidneys knowa very little about what prolonged suf fering is. I had attacks which kept me in the house for days nt a time. unable to do anything, and to ex pre what I suffered can hardly be adequately done in ordinary Anglo Saxon. As time passed, contplica tlons set in. the Particulars of which I will be pleased to give In a personal Interview to ony one who requires information. I "used plenty of rem cdles. and. ever on the outlook for somethi...

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 January 1903

lit Ik If- I 1 Mr $CQTT COUNTY KICKER .O'riCMti PAl'Elt OP ASUUT JiONliSTY. Tlio KtcKUit ,l)dleyv.i liuvb .uuilur Just conditions wen aIU be jutf. It IstliOHUrmuiulltvjiffof moil tlint nmko tliom gooil or Imu. ulvo'n imin u dimiro to make ,11 pood living l,v a gubscrlpUon, 1.00 I'er Yviv. Kattnd at th. port offlw In Denton, Mn on 'ttiT a. wconil-clnM mint m.utirr. Published nt Benton, Mo., every xATVltDAY by : Phil. A. Hawick. SCOTT COUNTY.-! rw'.?'".''''Jl0 llUlOUtlt of llQ!llU toil, niui lie win prefer tne ton totm-tr. l'erlmps there are exeeptioim to tlila rule to all others Hut what are wo to cxpeet in a nation wlie'v? the hiiriri'f t nifi-nN re ceive the Juniors niui the eniohnncnts where tLhe Inllie-piver ami tiielirlbo taker aiike are iiihlresseil as "Hon orahle'."' Tliirtv-flve venMiiptlu mortgage ASILY EXPLAINED. RpresentntivR He Arnioml bus Mitrodiu-eil u hill in eotiire.s8 provid ing for nn asset uurreiu'.v tol ixxued vipoii state and invmicipnl bonds. ."nls, of course, w...

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 January 1903

SCOTT COUNTY RICHER. Vol. 2 BENTON, MO., JANUARY 17, 1903. No. 10 DOINGS AT BEANVILLE. Everybody is Given Road-WorK and the Dis trict Gives the Usual Majority. Farmer Jones Brings the Returns to Benton. After Farmer June hnd left Law yer Bklnnor wrote the following, which appeared in the next issue of the organ: "Our county court in to lie con gratulated upon the public spirit displayed in the Beauville district. Those people are industrious and in telligent, mid their loyalty to the party has never Invii questioned. They are Democrats to the core. The appropriation of thin week in something of which tiie Beunvllle people hare a right to lie proud. It Is true that an error of five cents crept into the bill presented by Far mer Jones, Irat such things are un avoidable. It speaks volumes for the court that it. should so carefully Hcrutiuiie a bill as to discover so small an error, and proves their fidel ity to the people. The election is close upon us. and it is safe to say that every...

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 January 1903

r r si Scott Comfy ftkkr, 1OM0QII TOPICS OF III OAT. Immi of Carnal. The Income of the Sue canal last year was $10,450,000, being dues from 3,099 vessels which passed through it. I-arste Towns im Britain, Ten Itritlsh towns besides London are larger than Dublin, which now has 21.1,000 people. Edinburgh beat Dublin by 87,000. Merely aetlon of nistanc. 8lr Henry Muxlm declares that a trip in an ntrshlp will euro the most serious throat trouble. It certainly will If the drop be fur enough. Deserves the night-af-Way. The Missouri youth who stole and pawned his mother's wedding ring to buy a nmrrlagc licence deserves the right-of-way on the toboggan, minus a return ticket. ablah'"oimrrvnnc. . Tersons who lime traveled most widely say that the Sandwich Islands, with Scotland and New Kngland. are the dit-tricts In which they have seen thi best Sabbath observance. A I.nrue Tree. The Central Methodist says that "a whole church, including furniture and nil, has been built out of a single big ...

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 January 1903

An Imnnalilna. .u """n Anhford, proprietor et the "Monarch" dance halt and utoon, wlnc us to notify alt people who hare left pol. dust and nuggets at hit place within the Inst two weeks to call atones and remove the sntne. He has about 40 bags, bottles and cant which vnrlous parties linvo flung behind his bar, and they are not only in the way, but It Is an impost, lion on (rnod nature to expect him to glre them room while he is so crowded for space. The aggregate amount of this Junk Is about half a million dollars. Such parcels as are uncalled for after two weeks will be turned Into the hos pital fflml or Jinndi'd out to whoever wants to bothertntnkctheninwav. Mr. Ashford Is one of the liest-mitiired men In Alaska, and it Is not a fair deal to clutter, up tils space mid then turn his tnloon Into a junkshop. Klondike Hustler. Mnrrrlnic to Kill Time. One strange feuttire of Australian so cial life Is the perfectly casual way In which men marry for no ostensible purpose except the purp...

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 January 1903

' 1 if a IT -.I if A 14-Days Reduction Sale 0 To Close Out All Our Winter Goods DURING THE MONTH OF JANUARY. S This Sale Now on, and They Who are Wise will To give you an idea what we mean by a Reduction Sale we here quote you some of our prices : IHHHIIIHIIIIIHIHHI DRY- GOODS. muevirtq nT.iN7irs anti vntttikq uittrtit. n nTHiisin HUUUia Anu snuco. A tajidavd Calico Prints go at ;3e and 4c Comfort Calicoes go at 5c Heavy 10c Indigo Blue Calico goes at 7c All Flannelettes, regular price 7c, now 4c All Flannelettes, regular price 10c, now 7c All Unbleached LL Sheeting from 8c to Go All Unbleached Domestic from 4c to 12Ac All American print 10c Shirtings go at 7c Cotton Flannel that was 6c now goes at 4c Cotton Flannel that was 8o now only Gic Cotton Flannel that was 10c now only 7Jc Cotton Flannel that was 12c now only 9e -One lot of 10-4 Comforts go, each, at $1.00 One lot of 10-4 Comforts go, each, at .75 One lot of 50c Blankets reduced to .40 One lot of $1.25 Blankets reduced to .9...

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. — 24 January 1903

fir SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 2 BENTON, MOn JANUARY 24, 1903. No. II DOINGS AT BEANVILIX. Phil. Hafner Again TalKs to the Natives Far mer Jones Tahes a Bach Seat. When Phil Hnf ner reached the Bean wllle school house lie met quite a crowd. However, they did not ap pear as friendly tin on former occasions and had the appearance of Having -done something they were aihamed of. They were scantily clad and had not the nppenrnnco of being over fed. Farmer Jones nppcarcd especially down-cast. He sat in a comer In the rear of the room. Sir. Hufuer faeed the little audience and began: "You fools! You will denounce a .thing 304 dnys in n year nnd on the 385th day you will rote for thnt very thing. Again you havo lieen gold-bricked by the politician nnd I see iu your filers thnt you fully realize what you have done but you'll do it again the very first chance you get." "No wo won't,' came from a dozen throats. "Yes you will. You condemn public officials for selling out for money, nnd yet you d...

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. — 24 January 1903

wMMMMtMtMsjsssssssMsssssisssMsssis 1 . i i j hi h Scott County likher. ran. sUEXTOK. At AfltlB, rabUsfcsr. IOM001I TOPICS OF TIB OAT. Prospective Sqneese la ItHt A flour trust of the millers of tht Pacific const, with a capital of $20,. 000,000, 1m the latest exhibition of the rage to control prices imtl supplies of the necessaries of lhing. Shoals! Follow Preseatdar Theories. If the coal combine insist ou squeezing it, we shall insist, ut loiitt, on Its giving $.,i)()n,mm to a university or a library, or something. 'Hint's the prcsent-ilny theory of plitlnn thropy. MtckliiR qualities llelot Par. (Sen. Harrison's unme (ippenrs aa "Ben" Harrison on the new Mil. Still, even nt that, Is isn't very tlUely that a very liirjre pereentiijro of the population will pot too ftimllhir with It. Happenings in Missouri. Time to Meditate. Thirteen St, l.ouls boodlers iiml per jurers have ben eotivleteil by juries. The sentences Imposed aggregate years' imprisonment. They will be able to do conside...

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