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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 4 April 1903

B9eBjBBBBBBBmBmBmBmBSBBBmBmm II I .T?Sir:l'!SM..n"' oder'land h iryants. Brotrne-Why. not! publftf V 1 m km n.i rnn (of Pnilndeinh i)Oddt You mtitf tiwr, don't ye-u?-Chlcaw Daily xSw" " A l'onvert.-"He believe in the doctrine of nonteiitanc." "I)0ta hi? "Well it , ' ' ,0 ,udllnl -Harvard Lam" Mrs. Laura L. Barnes. Wash- infton, D. C, Ladies Auxiliary to Burnside Post, No. 4. Q. A. R.. recommends Lydia E Piokhsm's vefetabie vompound. " In diseases that come to women only, as a rule, the doctor la called In. some time aercral doctors, but still matters go from bad to worses but I hare never known of a case of female weak nesa which was not helped when Lydia E. Plnklinm's Vegetable Compound was used faithfully. For young women who are subject to headaches, backache, irregular or pain ful periods, and nerrous attacks due to the severe strain on the system by some organic trouble, and for women of advanced years in the moat trying time oi i ue, it serves to correct every trouble and rest...

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 April 1903

1 ttrfi- sir 1.V ,, 11 ' IB? BCOTT COUNTY KICKER - ' . v uiiivw m iivuiuni mi. a ' "Winy M. lm, aa tBeonJ-claM mull matter. Published nt. .Benton, Mo., every MLTUnuAY ii y -:- Phil. A. Hak.nkr. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. Aminmu'cnintttM. By Authority the Kicker announces the following as cundidates for School Commissioner nt the April election: W. H. HARGROVE. N. L. ATTWOOD. I I la MMtorisM. I III I! EJJ2 Rather Unusual A REMARKABLE SHOWING. On the first pose of this issue wil be found extracts from the various newspapers concerning the late Mis sourl legislature that was chased out of Jefferson City by the nssemblingot the Cole county grand jury. A remarkable feature is ttie fact that not a single newspaper that comes to this office attempts either defense of or apology for the action of this aggregation of misfits. A few are silent, but the great majority condemn the open and notorious scoundrelism that hovers about the state capitol. With but few exceptions the papers quoted o...

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 April 1903

if it 3 SCOTT COUNTY HICttER. Vol. 2 BENTON, MO., APRIL 1 1, 1903. No. 22 A CASE IN POINT. The Thebes Bridge-Natural Oppor tunities Belong to All, and Should Not be Monopolized by a Few. A matter of more than usual im portance was pulled off In Benton Friday of last week, and quite u number of "notables" were present. The cause of the influx of prominent citizens was the adjustment of dam ages on eome laud on which the big bridge approach is to rest. The laud on which the west ap proach ot the bridge is to rest be longed to the Stone heirs. The agent of the Cotton Belt railroad wus ne gotiating for the land and, ho the ittory goes, had about closed a deal for the land (305 acres) for f 12,000. At this stage- of the game Hnuck, Crowder & Co. drop in and organize themselves Into the Cnpe Girardeau und Thebes Bridge Terminal Itnllwuy Co., and quietly buy the land for $15,000. The bridgo rompany had to have lnnd, and condemnation proceedings were brought in the Dunklin county court....

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 April 1903

to i Si V J aw Scctt Cotirty ticker. Mwotm No more ocean plants will be bellt, It ii eald, until there are larger porta to accommodate them. By and by the oeeam will need enlarging. Mot to be outdone by the czar in gen eroslty Kaiser William comes out ith a proclamation announcing that hereafter the Berlin Are engines need not stop to salute him. Hndlum Is said to throw off heat continually without loss In bulk or energy. As the price l $fli,o00 a pound, nature seems, In this case, to be In league vlth the coal barons. With Itussla canceling and nsMim. Ing peasants' tnxes ami England lend ing money to Irish tenants to buy their homes, it looks us If more prog ress toward the brotherhood of mnn were being tunde than him been re corded for sonic time. A Pittsburg firm Is about to begin the manufacture of bricks from fur nace slag. Such bricks have been made In Kurope for some time, and are found to bv a valuable building material, almost fireproof, and orna mental on account of their ...

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 April 1903

ilium i saia nwstvns w A TfUaWJUl I at. - . I Waal Womnn says Ahoat Westers caaaaa. AllhuUKh maay men have vrrlttei lt thl paper regarding the proapeeta . m.Mrm mnntui, ann it great po. slMlltle. It may not be uninterest ing Rive the extierlettee nf ti settler, written to Mr. M. V. Mc Ilinca, the ajrettt of the (lovernment t pctrnlt, Mleh. If the render wishes to get further information re garding Western Canada it mny be obtained by writing any of the agents in i hi: timernment vnoi name It nuncnetl tii the ndvertUrment ap tiearlnir elsewhere In thl nnnnr. The following Ih the letter referred MIMowii. .Ml.rrtn. Wy. IfHi.t. I)enr Sir! I lime ln'cii here now nearlv live Jrnr.. nml thought I tumid write Slt a Wlllllllll'.s lllllll-extliill nf lVi.t. , rm t'iimiiln In Allicrtii. There nra ifwriil rancher in thU dlntrlet vho. In niMltlnn to tnklng euro of their entile, riirry on fiirnilng as veil. Their herd of nit tie number from mn to .mi or :mm) hend, and lire out nil winter without ...

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 April 1903

! it-.- Ki te SCOTT COUNTY KICKER I. if aHLv BLaK aaH B XnUrcd nt tho pontnrAnln H.nton, Mo., on nbraarr 14, IBM, ftmweotiil-t-lMw mull luntur. Published nt SATURDAY BY Benton, Mil, every : Pmt,. A. Hafnkr. Subscription, 11.00 Per Year. ITS FRIENDS DISAPPOINTED. The most Important meiimire be fore the Mimourl legislature was the platform pledge of the so-called Doni ocratlc part; of the stare the inUl- utlve and reterendnm. This meant more to the people of tho state than nil else combined. It meant tho rule of the people, if properly submitted. Buttliefrlemlsof thUnll-important measure nre sorely disappointed. Al though the so-called Democrats have, in three campaigns, pledged them selves to this reform, yet the meas ure was allowed to bo handled by its enemies. And its enemies the St tte House Ring deny and trample under foot I their gold brieks and tills would IT'S THE LAW. "Just whv tho innocent mirehnscr of a fraudulent bond is entitled to legal protection while the buyer of a s...

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 April 1903

s i t : "!GSXffsssssssssfl lliffffffffffffffffffffffffl ' 'MBnnnnnnnni aannnnnnnnnnni SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 2 BENTON MO- APRIL 18, 1903. No. 23 THE CAT IS OUT OF THE BAG. Grand Jury Has the Jefferson City Boodlers Cornered. -Hot Times for the "Party."--Where is Brown ? oat of the bag- Well, the cat la clean, clear ont. The colored gentleman In the wood pile can no longer conceal kin Identity. The Kkkbr can nubluettlngly say: "I told you so." For eighteen months it hat been poinding away telling the people that the state government at Jeffer aon City U as rotten as the govern tnent in St. Louie. Because tlie Ktckxr has tried fo do its duty by you as a newspaper It has been and Is now frowned upon by your "leading citisens." Have you read the daily papers during the past week? If yon have not the Kicks will teH yon some, thing about what has happened. The St. Louis grand Jury and the Cole comity grand jury are in see alon. Attorney-General Crow and Circuit Attorney Folk an stirrin...

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 April 1903

mm - '4 Ilk fed if I I 2& J t1 1 Scott CottHty kkn TOPIC! OF Tit DAT. Beyond Hob. A young mun In New York Is .MUfhlna; himself to death and physl claaa Bay bin case Is hopeless. Kven the doctors' bills did not check hit hilarity. for Precedent. For a precedent the Cleveland dem ocrats con draw on the neighboring republic of Mexico. President Dlaa has had the office six time. t'artetynn'e Ten. rent l.nneh. Pecretury Cortolynu, who buy a ten-cent Inneh every (Ih.v. mtiy be trying to wive up Hint ST'.nnn.nno for his depurtment which congress wouldn't grive lilin. Remarkable Uoilj. The anthracite conl strike com mission whs an extrnordlnnry body in more senses than one. It returned to the national treasury Sia.oou of the fSo.ouj appropriated for Its expenses. Where Most of Them flo. It is reported that oer IP.ooo coun terfeit dimes are in circulation. You cannot be sure of the tij;iires, how ever, until the church collections and street car companies are heard from. A Pretty Pass. 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. — 18 April 1903

i.y. I 'Miss Gannon. SecV fkirnit Anatcur Art Association, tells ytung women what to do to void pain and suffering caused fcy female troubles. 1' ' caS. ntloujly recommend fdrdln 13. Plnkhnm's Vegetable Compound to. t hows of my sisters yfferlnjr with female weakness and the troubles which so often befall women. I suffered for months with general weakness and felt so weary that I had hard work to keep up. I had shooting pains and was utterly Miserable. In my distress I was ad jlsed to use Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound, and It was a red letter day to mo when I took the Srst dote, for at that time my restora tion Wean. In six weeks I was a changed woman, perfectly well in every respect. I felt so elated and happy that I want all women who Buffer to pet well as I did." MlM Otnt.A C.AN.to!-, 350 Jones St. Detroit. Corresponding See'y Mich. Amateur Art Association. SS000 forfeit Iftelatntltf wore Mttr proving genuineness cannot be produced. It Is clrnrly shown In tills young lady...

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 April 1903

if 7 . - bbbsKv'1'' BBBBBsY.t' BLBKvH , bbR I bbbWI Pi' SCOTT COUNTY KICKER FMraar U, MM, m Mcond-ctaM mall matter. PabBshed at Benton, Mo., every TUBBAY BY : PHIL. A. HATHER. Babscriptlon, fl.00 Per Year. A GRAND STAND PLAT. Lieut.-Gov. Lee's grand stand play was nothing short of ridiculous. 'At a time when he saw the jig was up he rolled in to defend the honor of theDomocratic "party" by admitting that he had a f 1,000 baking powder check. The lieutenantaovernor said the agent of the trust tried to bribe him. Funny, isn't it? Thecheck wns written at the Plant ers' House, St. Louis, and duted March 20 the day after Mr.' Lee's vote defeated the repeal of the "pure food law." And yet it neveroccurred to Mr. Lee that the trust agent was trying to bribe him until last week! When the lleutennnt-governor and the trust agent met at the Planters' some of the bystanders wondered at their close friendship. The trust agent grwted Mr. Lee as "Hello, John," and Mr. Lee returned the greeting wit...

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 April 1903

I. f SCOTT COUNTY ItlCftERi Vol. 2 BENTON, MO., APRIL 25, 1903. Your Lieutenant-Governor is a Fugitive. 0 Several State Senators Indicted by the Grand Jury for Boodling.-The "Party" in a H 11 of a Fix. Well, Mr. Vote er Straight, it is up to you. How do yon like the developments of the put two week? Are you satisfied with your lieutenant-governor being a fugitive from the state? Are you satisfied that many of your representatives) in the legis lature must line up with Ed. Butler's House of Delegates In answering boodle charges? Your own state senntor the Hon orable John B. Marshall has twice been called before the grand Jury. It Is evident that he was mighty close to where boodling transactions were under consideration, else his presence before the investigating grand jury would not bo so important. Of what Importance could the testimony be of a senator that knew nothing. It is said that D. J. Kelley, the Baking Powder Trust agent, dis bursed $40,000 to detent the repeal of the "pur...

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 April 1903

.IT County flicker , a. uAtumm, i mCS OF Til DAT. ' Wealth, lasallsot n.ht. S'.'vCw P'om of the world PS'a"1 state, has the greatest enltli ami tho smallest debt. Valtetl tntr tins Oae-Fearth. The lotnl wealth of the world It estimated at no.ni)o,ooo,ooo. Of thU mount .'u. inlted States In 1003 had M,vOO,Ooo.i)0(, or nearly one-fourth. U'm n l,nn Ship. i ae r.w iCniM-r Wllhelnt II., which I.n aor. m.Aing her maiden voyage, ' orti'ii tli- llHtanco between "Amin ud the old world by 70f SavlHa the Moral Rave. The t ox-emu n princes of Saxony nd lii forme liiHbund lime muile up am, wll !). t rU-il nguln "for the sake of Uif ilvn.itv.' The dytttity mut be prett, hitnl up for material. tm-lr lam's, lllrsl lane. Unci -iun x c.iff for live bird at the wor ' fiur mil tie sno feet lontr. TO wide un.l liih The eollectlon of 8,000 unK from nil parts of the world yi ' completely distance all er a ws ot tiiii Mnd. - Mail Itnv l-lcKird Mini. ha Nirtii Unii ta Indian who ex ssed to President Iiiiev...

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 April 1903

MILITARY AND NAVAL. I Ortr.lt Itrltnln I. kl. - " Jr iroTin- ttff for the construction of three great vessels of is.ooo ton displace ment, or s.ooo tons more than tho inrffc vessels iMingrr8 lias Just au t horixe1. The Kan Krnuntan.. ..... r.j I" rF paiiy lius jit.t completed nt Hunter the world. H Is Inrpc enough for two boltlohlp nt nnc t,e nml vl,n bi pumped nut In two hour. It Is or well understood In the nnvy m it In In the in.reliiiiit marine that the forger the hlp i,r pri-nter eill vlvnvy per ton f hl,. Knt.,, , , Inc in.oon is f id,. Connecticut represent., u.xtly more fighting pnw or than cnch ,, f ...,mm.,n A. bama. The only cx-nm.-er (,f th. confeder ate nrni.v uh.. ellng to his uniform l en. (Icorge I". Alfortl. of l)nn!. Tex. Ht. m never dl-iitrded his colors since he donned tliem to (ro Into the army In the rnrlv 0i. redestrliiiis turn to look nt hint, peer jug ut his luidfres, mintilug his gold rlt nml trying to decipher the let ter!! on his old rmv nnf (),,n . f,trt...

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 April 1903

4 a. T COUNTY KICKER the tinet office In Uentnn. Ma., on IMS, a eccond-clau mall matter. Pablinied at rUTVfUMY BY limit Xf - :- Vaih. A. Ham every KKR. Bnlcrlitloii, $1.00 Per Yenr. NEED OF ALARM. ThUboodlo exposure In Jefferson City has eide-tmcked Lieut.-Uov. John A. Lec, Speaker Jim W'lilte- Uton and Sam Cook an guber Atorial candidates in 1004. It the inchlne don't look out they will nave to como down to un honest man lor governor yet. Missouri Srn-Shootor. x hey '11 never do Hint. To net an honest man menus to pro outside of the ring and that wouldn't do. But this little boodlHjr business need not discourage . - above-men-tloned atnv-mien. A thing like thnt cuts no Ice in M -a iri. All the Houso combine inetnl rc o offered for re-election in St. uis were re elected, and Missouri is governed from St. Louis. Think of "Snake" Kinuoy getting n nini.ily of 2,8(31) c:i the "tli inst jr where Gov. Dockery'i y was only Soil two years esult of a Missouri election is a matter of tigures....

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. — 2 May 1903

' v 1 SCOTT COUNTY mCftER. Vol. 2 BENTON, MO., MAY 2, 1903. No. 25 Your Lieutenant-Governor Has Resigned. 0 Surrtndeivd Last Week and Has Put In Much Time Before the Grand Jury. Looks Like the Whole Democratic Party" Was Headed for the Pen, fHt oNvrwAY l ST LOUIS A future testimonial for anti-alum baking powder. By courtesy St. Louis Chronicle. Well, how lu you like the conduct of the "HunorultW mo fur as you Imve been pertained to toli! ml tin curtain? I murine tlio spectuolo if the entire curtain eoIil lie removed! Your lieuteimut governor bus conic in out uf the bneb and him re signed. Senator Ruliey is now your lieutenant governor. Senator Rubey is n hunker, do v. Docket is a banker. Hence, we, in Missouri, hare a government liy bankers instead of by. the ieuile. Not that the Kickkic Iiiih anything nguiust the bunksrs. They have u much right on earth nstho men who follow any other occupation. Hut they have no more. In public affair they hare a right to representation according t...

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. — 2 May 1903

Scott County frititr. fit. A, MATHER, rmbltifctn, Breton, a i mssotmi, TOPICS OP THE DAY. Spent fS.nofl to Bnrn 30. Inxcph Downey, CiiienRo con tractor, Iiuh Jiwt returned from a lour n rou ml tho world, which he tnado at a cost of 5,t)oo to win a Sit) bet, Mlaht Try football. A lnjtlc 'me of font hall take. 10 to 12 jioiimls In weight olT every play rr. t'leahy women who tire nfrnld of Ihe arlou. antl-fnts might try foot Oirrtvnrk In Maht. You IU be refiui'Nted to take note lierruftrr that taniis that lime suf feretl any intiillutlnn whatever will not ho accepted for potii;e, Till, will nutke more work for the record ing tinsel. 11 ORrlDO Another Addition to the United State Navy Successfully Launched at Philadelphia. AN ARMORED CRUISER OF FIRST CLASS, CherUlieil til on Vlndlt-ntril. 'J'hc coikletion of a oolriryimin's on of inniohiuphter In MiniieapolU, Kan., and the ".triUnj: of a ('htcapn xaloon ly lip-htnlnir Imvo '.riven a ninii her of people a tinner trtip on cher ished Ideas...

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. — 2 May 1903

II Mar Ha- Reea aa "Ave Maria," Rat Painter t'onldu't TMak Se. ?h?v nt.rjllt J ht "',H- attentive. ..?. 00 amiHiIit- of their hoMrt. York surprised M hottest the other night. ..li?.'upn", lh,n P'u S.,hi '" tainmcTil given in hi honor. He was teat M in the front row, and war the mot coa picHom pen-on in the room next to tea Popular contralto, who had Just begun ta I ting. Itefore the had Hnlthed the firaf vena he guert of honor, aroe, walked to hit ioiteM, iaiq good-night, and prepared to tve. relatei tne New York Sun. "nut you won't go now in the midit ef r f?i ' w, ,,n ,htt. "It is an 'Ate Maria.' It would embarMtaher terribly." Hy this time all even were ttirn d on tha painter, but he wemed iiite indifferent. "She may rail it an 'Ave Maria,'" he aid. "I ihoulrf fay it was a battle aong." With that comment the painter left trie home. He hat not been allowed to enter it again. After Fnar Month In Be. Potvertville, Ky., April 27th. Mrs. J. J. Monion, who hat been ill for over eight y...

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. — 2 May 1903

I 'V'1 .i'""- KICKER U Bnton, W... oa Mail tnntttr. iftt Mfiw Benton, Mo., every : Phil. A. Hai-ski. 11.00 Per Year.. ptWM;TIIOTH WEARS WELL. jAjjBf 'the pant eighteen months 9LrKmmjwamum nua nrnae many Htnte- SMV" that 5ere not "erfouy con ffiif?..!&' ""Wwidby Its readers, nnd. to many. S'vJT!? bmibu cwniiguiiu aim even in AMdlble. v 'Bst time rolls on the truth 'force Itself to the surface mid the people can see for themselves. Truth wean well. It mny bo suppreKned lor a time, but not (or all time. The Kkjkkr has made no statement that would' not rend ns well today us It did Abe day.it was printed, it has nothing to retract. And there is one other thins that heKjcKKn. feels confident will stir the people more than anything that lias yet come to the surface. And it Ml Xk A BURNING 8HAME. The way that convict labor is hired out to corporations nt Jefferson City FOR THEIR BOARD is a burning shame. Fifty cents a day for ten hours' work! Think of that. And they work, too. Not n min...

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. — 9 May 1903

1 SCOTT COUNTY RirHFD 1 1C m m dp IS 7 ii If- COUNTY IlICIiER. Vol. 2 BENTON, MO., MAY 9, 1903. No. 26 MORE ABOUT THE BOODLERS. - ' :o A Case of Thieves Falling Out Among Them selves Phelps Uncovering Stone s "Shells. wanted tlio job for When something hnnpeun there is generally a cause for it ltappcuitijr. The KttKEn reasons from cause to effect mid therefore keeps abreast Otcurctlt CVOtltS. Now let us go down depp and see what wo can find in tlio pin t Attorney-General Crow mid the su preme court urepjuyluglii the Boodle Business. What follows Is just ns the Kickkk Bees it nlid you moy see it differ ently. The whole circus is tho result of thieve) falling out among them selves. For years there lias been a dispute between Win. .T. Stone and Win. H. l'hclps over the "ownership of the .Mis souri legislature. Each accused the other of "sucking eggs," but Phelps claimed that Stone was an expert nl hiding the shells. The two lenders of tho "party" were about equally matched in abil ity ...

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. — 9 May 1903

Scott County A. UAtHKB, rmMtakw. IMQBlfc a a innomiL 1903 , MAY 1903 m. mi. ma. vn. tin. to. sit. II II II II Zl II 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 iliJ9 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 ........I.... ID'S 1 Hi Impressive Ceremonies Attendingtha Dedication of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Manx Dollnr Mnrka Nceilcd. A blogruphy of Andrew Carnegie Will be iiublixhcil, uml If It U ncoiirute It will look like n report of the troiis ury department. Tlinnr town Britiira. President ltoscclt kNscJ a mim bcr of tmltjea uu his trip through town, but It will be cmut' year be fore they n 111 boast of it. 'the Iloutie'n antler)'. Chief liwpeetor Watt, of the tils trlet of Colmublit, fcsiys the rogues' gallery eolleetlou ootitiilus about ItV IKM) pictures niul the reeoriN of ;;i!,oo0 i-rluiluuls. A Hero Anion it Xhcrp. The only admirable cluimi-tor in Cliiiiu l Prince Tnuit. who wotihl jather light thun give his comtlry up to the Kuropeiiiw. but it lmrd to be u hero nmotig heep. VutiKiin...

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