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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 24 January 1903

THE PLYMOUTH ROCKS. Vor Rntlr Broilers, Poaatlaa- Fowls r Capon Tlirr Are One of Ike Very Ileal llreedi. No breed In ko popular or well, thought of by farmers tin the Plym outh Itnck mid no breed Is so often met with on farms. It Is nn Amer ican breed adapted to Amertcnn needs and Rood In nny nml every place. The greatest consideration ninong farm ers Is that they are hardy. They need no pampering and arc able to shift for themselves when necessary, yet Rive big returns for jrood food and care. The hens are good winter lay ers of large brown eggs. They are ulo good fitters ond mothers. For early broilers, roactlng fowls or ca pons they arc otic of the best breeds. Ralr WELL-BRED PLYMOUTH ROCKfc. The bright yellow legs and skin give tlii'in a very attractive appearance in market. Tin1 Plymouth It'm-k In good enough fur anybody and it bus not been neces sary ti bring out u lot of different colored varieties. Yet In addition to the original barred there is the pure white and the buff. ...

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. — 24 January 1903

f ft. ' j4 i r 11 is I I 85! wM!aeBWBBaBHBSgBBggB .Wli '-I'B.'.ff! .111,' l,lLlii".LJrilig"ff""'M""'," fHOOTT COUNTY IvJCSEft '..aml at th V'0t(t1rt Ib IWDton, Jf o. on mar II, IHl.aitjMcoa.tUlaM mail malMt. Published at Bontou. Mo., every vturoay by -; Phil. A. Hakjtcr. rfuhwriptton, $1,0.0 JVr Year. ABOUT LEGISLATION. The repreeiitntlvert of the lYdera t iciii of Labor, more than a hundred j'ironjr, went to Jefferson City ami ppenled to the legislature totiind dv Its platform pledge und submit 4 lie question of direct lojtMntion to it vote of tho people.. To an ordinary observer It would .K-Hjtn next to impoiudblp for the li'gis 1 iture to Ignore thin appeal con sidering that it is n platform pledge !( tho ninjorir.v but they did It two yours oiro, und tuny do the same thing njruin. The Kickku regrets that It has no jonfidenre la the men In authority in Missouri, but its luck tf confidence! (( AfiOiyf. YOUlf JiAWR JV.lio can ubo u Jaw iiftok, read a neotlou dud (tell pbat t mcuus?...

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. — 31 January 1903

SCOTT COUNTY mCIlER. 2 RPKlTnKl MO . JAkll IADV ?l ion's " " 77 Comity Court Svxt Week. Worn Commerci-. From Ornft. I ! DOINGS AT BEANVILIX. Phil. Hafner Addresses the Ministers. Members of the Fashionable Churches Object to Their Ministers Attending. The announcement thnt Phil Hafner would address n gathering of miitifltcni nt the Bennrille school house created considerable tnlk In church circle. All spcoulntod as to wlmt he would say. The member of the fashionable churches rather jeered at the idea and expressed the opinion thnt no minister who had nny aspect for his congregation would ho lower htiiiHclf ns to attend. However, on the appointed even ing quite a gathering of Milliliters had assembled when Mr. Htifnrr ar rived. Among them were also ma ny earnest church workers. Mr Haf ner wan greeted courteously ami af ter n general hnnd-shuking he took the stand and liegan "Gentlemen of the ministry, It may seem prcsumtuntis of me to ask you to listen to me this evening. In the outs...

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. — 31 January 1903

u x J. w 4 Sid Pi'" . it IK lit Cr WW r ? m tarn Scott County ftkhtr, rmu a. UArxmm, raMuaw, DIN TON, I t JtlggOUIU TOPICS OF III DAT. Bark the Fnmltr Enihlrsn. Let the members of the Tllmnn family hereafter Mick to their pitch fork. Sever Ate Health Food, Those 70,000 Swedish people who re living on ground plue tmrk and tnosa don't know anything about health foods, and think It U n hard hip. OUln the Wheels of Edncatlon. H it rather rough on the keroenn consumers of. America that they should have to dig up $30,000,000 whenever "Caul Oil Johnny" gives 1,000,000 nwny. Time Plan Shocking Trick. Time plays shocking tricks with tame. Only last week a dignified United States nenutor referred to Cnpt. Hobson, of the Merriuiac, as "this man." Overdnlaa the t'unnr alanine). The newspaper jokes about (eed Smoot's wives arc just too funny for anything, and they are nil the "more laughable because this is u Mormon who has but one wife. Variety of Wheat. A new variety of uheal culled corn wheat...

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. — 31 January 1903

HANDY THING TO HAVE.; How Any Whir-Awake Parmer Caa Conntrart m (looit Host (or BlMdlna; tOKi 1 rcnct ciltoiiif of n lnimly farm gale, made ltki the illiml rntlon. which Is it gate that enn he ns-rd to n'piirntf Mock. It i mntlf so it rati lie rnln'ilnt nne end tu let hog and slirti under, while cattle nnri horsr eaniint pet througlit In otiowy weather It ean he rnUetl mid ojH'iietl rnMl.v. tiet any mini bcr tit ulnts you want to make the gate; then take for the four end r.o.a. s BKiri'i;i! KOlt al.KDIMNU I.(X!S piece olio liy three MulT. Holt thrm In the hints with one Imlt in rarh etui of flats tn the Rate ean he worked up and down. Now take for the lirave two pieces one by three, holt them at the top on the otitxhle of the two end iivce. Dolt loiiifctimigli to go through tUe kIiHi-. Now on the other end, take a onc-(Uarter Ineh rod and hetid it like a loop, ten Inchon long. ISore a hole in eaeh of the two end braces and drive tills into them, nnd on the bottom tdot cIom- up to up...

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. — 31 January 1903

V . - i .-rc In SCOTT COUNTY KICKER 1 IT r '.iitonnl nt th. p.t olflr In Denton, Mn.. on iriiitt,T 14, tw.', m aecomlf tniu null matter. Published nt Benton, Mo every vTirnnAY by Phu. A. Hakjocii. Subscription, !.() IVr Year. cnusnof the inftueive lie wields over tlif pfople ol hi lonunatilty whew the corporation In interested. Tito people ronke lilm powerful and then he Is mi ungrnteful uh to turn nil his power njrnlnst the very people to whom he owes nil. Tliis in n correct, picture of the successful! Inwyer-poli tk-lnii. The gold brick nrttst 1m a "llulw" In comparison. WANTS I'LAIN TALK The editor ol the Scott County Kli'KEii talks our Ideas when he state that edltorxwho wish to raise tliemornlstnndiirdofthoeommnulty or expose the faults of certain in dividual, "should not hide behind pnornlitk'." Jneksoji Hernld. Yes. but we hnvo n so-cnlled news pnper down hero tlmt propose to Wd-plpe comitvtinn them with the i raise the moral standard of the com public treasury. These men ore...

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. — 7 February 1903

SCOTT Vol. 2 BENTON, MO., FEBRUARY 7, 1903. No. 13 f A FREX AND HAPPY REPUBLIC. Switzerland, Where the People Rule Absolutely Direct Legislation and Public Ownership. The following extract from a land costs 11 cents, a message of 20 special correspondence of Mr. Frank words 10 cent and of 50 words 31 L. Carpenter to the Chicniro Record ilerald shows the superiority of gov ernment capitalism over priratecnpi itnlism. f'Tlie 8wla have a more democratic government than ours and they are more strictly republican. The country is divided ,typ into cantons .or states, and these .cantons hold to .their sovereignty much more than do tip states of our union, and they have released hut few of their rights to the national government. Switzerland has a congress just ns we have, but its congress elects a federal council of seven niuaibers, whom business it Is to execute laws. The council has to a largo extent the name powers as our president, and the president of the Swiss republic is only one of...

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. — 7 February 1903

r v. Scott Comrty fatter . FMU. A. mrail, faMlshes. 6INT0X A 1 JOMOUU 1903 FEBRUARY 1903 m. hi. rm vb. m m. ht. J J.JJiil2iii 22 23 2 25 26 27 28 TOPICS OF TM1 DAT. On Dress Parade, The Portland minister who linn be some u street ear conductor to study huninn tiiiturc evidently believes thut the world Is on dress parade when It goes to church. It Mar at That. A llcrlln paper declare that no Eu ropean power recognize! the Monroe doctrine. Well, ho long us they keep on nctlnsr us though they did recog nize It we cnn let it go ut thot. Civilisation's Rocky Road. The nrnty of the sultan of Morocco Is armed with flintlocks nml muzle loaders, nml his people believe that the devil Invented the cannon. How con civilization be expected to flour ish In a country like that'.' A Pertinent aaetlon. The new governor of Pennsylvania leems to think that libraries and uni versities, when gien nwny to the citizens of other states, are not us useful to the Inhabitants of Pennsyl vania ns would be good...

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. — 7 February 1903

WOMEN SUFFER. Hard to nttoiui to dally duties with a back that ocheg like, the toothache. A womnn'H kidneys glvo her con.st.int trouble, llnckncho Is the first warning of sick klilnc.VH and tdtould never be neglected. Urinary disorder annoy, cmhnrrnss anil worry woman kind. Dangerous tllubctcs, (I r o p g y and lirlght's tils ease ore sure to follow If the kldneyt ore neglected. Head how to cure the kidneys and keep them well: Mrs. Jnnies Ilcck, of 111 I West Whltcsboro Street, Home, X. Y., nayst "I was troubled with my kidneys for eight or nine years; had much pain in my hack; nu time went on I could, hardly endure it; 1 could not stand except for a few moments at a time; 1 grew wenk and exhausted; I could not even do light housework, let alone washing and Ironing; I could not stoop or bend; my head ached severely; I was In pain from my head down to my heels; centering In the kidneys it was a henvy, steady, slck cuing ache; 1 could not rest nights, and got up mornings weak and tire...

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. — 7 February 1903

ft ICS- fSCQTT CQUJy KICKED ' Mind H MM NMtOml BMtM, lie.', o Vubnury II. lot, iu Mcoml.iM mud matter; Published at Benton, M.6.. every ATVHDAY BY ' "PlM.'. A.'lUrXKH. Subscription, fl.O() Per .Year. THE OLD, OLD STORY. ."The lend trnst hnskilledlrondulc, Wusliington county. Pop about two years tlie place linn grown and tlirlv 1 wonderfully because', a local coin .pony was ngged in developing 'several .promising lend tubus. The trust RObblM up the local company , n short time ago nu'd shut down the Vtntnes. A uumber of people wlio Imd jrone there and invented their little 'all in Khmll homes, hopeful of the .future, now find tliein wives peniless victims of a system of business in .which KepublicaiiH profess' to find something good. Charleston Enterprise. ' It is the old, old utory over again. ."A system of business in wldoh He- .publicans profess .to find .something; '.good. Always the "other fellow." What Is the inntter.wi.th tlie Demo crats? Are they not the trust bust ers? Are 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. — 14 February 1903

r.T'AItf SCOTT COUNTY IilCttER. J5 Vol. 2 BENTON, M0.f FEBRUARY 14, 1903. No. 14 REV. ROGERS HEARD FROM. An Interesting Utter In Which He Finds Fault With PMtlont off Phil. Hafner's Address to The Ministers at Beanville, The KincERedltor is acknowledged on all hands to wield one of the most trenchant pens tuall this section and mnlcMoueof its very best editors, mid moreover has been very kind nnd courteous personally to this scribe. For these and other reasons we do not wish to be drawn Into controversy even npon such interest Ing matters as make tip the"address" of Junnary 81. We appreciate very ranch the spirit with which he approaches the subject of denominational differences. Where we usually look for a slur, a saeer or .at best the captions criticism that betrays a shallow mind, we are de lighted to f nd the subject dismissed With a statement so clear and con cise that we liuvo never seen its superior. His treatment ol Bro. Russell and Ids sermon was not so fortunate. However, ...

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. — 14 February 1903

Stttt County ttkfctr. BENTON1, t a .UUBOVUJ. 1903 FEBRUARY 1903 ni. mi. ten. . !1tl fit. I ta. i2J2.il Jl 13 Jl i il.ii.if Zi 22 23 24' 25 1 26 27 28 i it j TOPICS OP III DAY. The First !lc. Aa soon us goierniut'iit ownership i)f railroads I determined upon, the first step should be to take posses sion of the coal rouds. The rest will eouie vary. Willi and Without Trimmings. If it ls worth SSo.nni) to be president of the I'nitoil Suites whhoiit trim mltips. hotc Is It when the Philip pines. Hawaii nnd I'orlo llico are un loaded on jour desk'.' I'lt the lliirs. This effort to contert tnolnsses Into food for horses come, from selfish mnti iisltu; up till the ont.s for his nun hrenUfnsl. 'I'he poor horse suffers ua every side, this time on his Inside. The Trouble In llnndarns. Hondiinis ambles to the front n the next tevolutioniirc storm center In Latln-Amcrlca. An otcrpliis of 4) . I MO votes beyond the number of inter is siild to be the cause of the trouble. Happenings in Missouri. t...

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. — 14 February 1903

it Is WHY HE FORGOT THE COFFEE-MILL m gad ""w A VALENTINE STORY. J19P The Qrown.up Ee 20 Years Ago. "I hate to trouble ynii," snld his Wife to the Grown-tip Hoy, "but they nre only ndver tlnd for to-dny. 1111(1 I I'll ll'l po?s. lily get down ton ii." Sin bunded him an advertisement rut from a morn- ptlHl "Vw needed n coffee mill for six months, nml you din pet one to liny for 27 rent. Do vou think you could stop and semi one up to the house?" The (iroun-up Hoy got off IiIm enr t Stcito street uml went Into the big shop which uhk milking u run on Mtelicn iitcnll. The plnce wax ulrp.nl - crowded. At every eoiintor doens ot women were pulling oer the bnrgulii. while behind them siilevoinen. in their bltii'k uniforms, pounded mi the gins top- with their pencil mid 'rled: "Ciich girl, cash girl," in shrill, nasal olco-. Men currying1 lilt lundl"s nnd wotmn without niiy run Into him mid hurried away when lt stopped to apologia. A young mini with u birge expanse of shirt front nml n wn.M'...

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 February 1903

! V HCOTT COUNTY KICKER r !i "it i, Entirrd at tbt pstt offlc In Kenton. Mo., on Fcbrwtr.r 14, lra, m Mconiteltuu mull matter. Published nt Benton, Mo., every HATURDAY BY : PHIL. A. llAFSKH. Subscription, $1.00 1'er Year. BEGINNING TO WAKE UP. Whether the KtcKKR la responsible for nnr part of it or not the editor does not know, but there is certuinly a crowing sentiment ngninst the state university and the normal schools where the children of the well-to-do are educated at public j expense. The most encouraging sign is the fact that men of great wealth are taking up tlu? matter. Because a man is wealthy it does not neces sarily follow that he Is selfish and an all-round hog. It Is the rich hypocrite of the Rockefeller brand who con tinually bribes and robs and then gives a small percent of his ill-gotten wealth to churches nnd schools and has the news factory to telegraph It all over the world what a good and pious man he is. 'flint's the fellow that needs bumping. Last week the Fre...

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 February 1903

SCOTT COUNTY FLICKER. Vol. 2 BENTON, MO., FEBRUARY 21, 1903. No. 15 AT BEANVILLE AGAIN. fthil. Hafner Yields to the Demands of Natives And Delivers Another Speech. The letter of Rev. Rogers in Inst week's Kicker created quite a sensu tlon in 'the Bennville iliatrict and opinion was considerably divided as to whettier Mr. Hufner couM answer tlie concluding paragraph of tin letter. "He'll never crawl over tfcut de formed and feeble-minded cM5d busi lie," Insisted Hill Stokes, "mid until ho does he needn't tell us anything moro about ft chT.d being born heir to n million acres of laud, etc." "Nope; I reckon the parsca's got him where the wool's short," Inter mpted Jim Shade "but I'd like to hoar Hafner on It anyway. S'pose we try to get him to come down ngnlti just for one ovoidn".'" "Do you reckon he'd come?" "Don't know; It won't cost iiuthln' to try." AKordingly t. delegation was sent to Denton to Invite Mr. Hafner down to again address them. Having de clared bin ''speeches" Honed u...

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 February 1903

lf .4 .W $1 I 'J 4 J ! A' - - .' . ' s " t ff I BB aSSMaBBlMBBBBBBMaHlBWkBBSkBBBBIBiBIBiBSiBIBBB Scott CtMty flicker. ran BXXTOM. A. UUnun, FaMlsher. TOPIC! OF TIB DAY. The Redeeming Featare. The best thing about our 11,000,000 fighting men In their practically unanimous desire to make fighting the Tcry Inst resort. ' Happenings in Missouri. Monamcnt to John Paal Joues. Senator Lodge introduced n 1)111 In the United States senate uuthorllng the erection of monument In Wuslv ington to John Paul Jones nt a cost ol IS0.0OO. Dispensed a Cheap Article. The late Abrnm S. Hewitt left nothing whatever to cluirlty. It seems that he vonHned himself to mK tlce when he found himself in n giv ing mood. Those Starving; Finns. Uetter help for those 400,noo starv ing Finns than any other Is to mote them to ii country where the potatoes do not freeze solid in the ground in September. Ulamioslfl Sot yrvrnnnry. Senator Matthew Stanley Quay is .losing up his forty-sixth year as u public otliccr. A cons...

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 February 1903

'.V " ' it si 1 H0M1-MADI BATCHBR. vie Here Dessrlba Ha Been t'set kr Its tavtatssr far Several YtN with Saeceaa. The accompanying illuatrotlun la a diagram of a home-made hatcher, which I hae used with great aucceia for two year. Take three boards 12 feet long, 14 Inches wide, nnd construct a pen 12 by fl feet. From corner K to point L, H Incheo, nail n three-inch board from end to end to point M. Then dlride that aide of pen Into neitK, using aerap boards, If necessary, for parti tions, making each nest 14 Inches square, placing a narrow board direct- f CHICKEN HATCHER. ly below L M on edge to secure parti Hone. The top of lintcher on side of nests may be covered with oue wide board running full length. Or If one hn time, money ntul tact the cover of each nest may be hung with hinge at points 1. 3,3, 4, etc. Leather makes a good hinge. At point C place n board upright wide enough to make the pen tlnrk and secure the hen in the inclosurc. Xow construct runways for the hen where she...

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 February 1903

Lj""'-W2VnM : a.W 5 r-?T?-HKilHBM 1 I 1, 1; 1 SCOTT COUNTY KICKER Uaturtd At the poitofllroln Btotnn, Mo., on Ftbtonry 14. low, m mvuiuMum mml niMtrr. 1'ubHnhed at Benton, Mo., every UTUHDAY DY : 1'HIL. A. HaKXBR. Subscription, fl.00 Per Year. DODOES THE QUESTION. Tlie Charleston EntcrpriKe tlevnted a lengthy article ItiHt week to whnt wnu evidently intended um a reply to the Kicker's coininent on the Hhtit ting down of tlte lend mine nt Iron- dule by Eastern onpitiilist and thus destroying the hopen of inimy that luul "invented their little all in aniull home." The article rend well and ha tlie rnr-mnrks of having: Ikmmi written by one who understood his subject, but the writer utterly "' npproneli afraid of the people at home, AKltAll) OF TUB PEOPLK. In ntnrtling headline the St. Loulft World announces: "Theatntcnitlitii is belli); increased from one end of the country o the other just now. More war ships are building and the United States seemn getting ready for war In case of em...

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. — 28 February 1903

( e.i. i AM Lf-.ts, SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 2 BENTON, MO., FEBRUARY 28, 1903. I1WI I w ! FROM REV. C. M. WEAVER. He Argues that Whatsoever is to be Will Be. Tahes up both Sides of Money Question. Emtor Kicker: Having rend your address, to tin ministers of "Bean lite district," I will, by your per mission, submit for your eonsidera tlou a few thoughts upon the subject In hand. It Ik until ttmt "Fools rush In where angel fear to trend." Hut I' will mnkc the venture mid run the risk nf being called u fool. I wish to remark in the first place Unit I Imve no tight to make on the editor for anything he said about the preach rs, for Home of the things he said abort tbem I know to be true. Tim time has mine when he w!k cominandii the bent salary In the "biggest preacher" in the estimation of the- average church goer, and prenchcrs-as a luss lire hunting for Cit job as well UN men of other cull bigrt. I simply wish to tell you my way of looking at things with which we, as. a-- people und n...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 28 February 1903

1 - ewiv. gwjc -V-'is;"HBBaW'ji'iMv-f.rtt vivrKfc3i -- r 'jy twojTu, v w w- w v"sjwraBm' t r- v i i ' . " : ' , -.,." ' - i waroii i ft in to- Scott Count Itkktr. rau. a. SfcNTOK, .AMIES, rmMUfcw, JOMOUU Tones or rai oat. Poverty Caaaot Be llind. The decrenseil birthrate cannot be blamed upon poverty. The decrease Is most prevalent nmonir'those who can best ufford to pay $2uo a year for baby shoes. peela! Attain Macklae. 'A special adding machine Is belnf constructed tor the ne of the sultan of Johore, who linn promised to take all of bin wive to the Louisiana l'ut chase exposition. Labor Ahead for Cortelroa. The buMnei to be handled by the new department of commerce will nggrepute about .StUKHMmtl this year. Secretary I'ortelyou may buve to re. move his coat. Walling in He Timkcseelsed." Andrew I'urnefftc Is to make a Wslt to TuskcRee. This Is where his eyes will be opened us to how lie 'timy pend all the money he wants to. There ore 11.000.000 colored people waiting to be Tuskepee...

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