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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 13 June 1903

..r 1 n i I I wmmm mm iim en Tr-jmrrn Tl vuvAa AMU nivwnv I Jan lor inc. f- SCENE II The Polat of Intereet la the Fleet Situation to New la the IlUnole Lewltide LEVEE AT MAMTE CITY MAS MOKEN. A Thousand ropU Driven From Thtlr Home ths Illinois Lowlands and lra shelter la Hoi Can-Men at Work Endeavoring to atop the Qa With Stoat. HI. Louis, .lime 0. The levee at Ornnlfe city hits broken. One thoinnntl persons liave aban doned their home In the lowlnnda and nrc seeking shelter In box cam. The Wabash railroad has trains of freight enrs waiting on the trackr. at lirnnltc City for the uc of refugees. Two hundred men are at work try ing to All the breach with bags of crushed rock. The railroad companies linvc Dent work trains to the place loaded with rock. The railroad companies have given shelter to TOO homeless. Each family is given the use of a car. Long trains of thirty and forty In habited cars arc on the sidings nt Mndiion, Granite City and Venice. As the water encroaches on the tra...

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 June 1903

it'. '?.... Mr PI 3C0TT COUNTY KICKER m M th tofflc.tn Denton. Vo.. M, MM, H ncoBil-vlaM Bull matter. PvbUahed at Benton, Mo., every PATUIUUY by : Phil. A. Haknkr. .Subscription, fl.oO Per Yenr. NEED TO BE SHOWN. Judge Hazel!, of the Cole county circuit court, snys lie limy call an other grand jury at Jefferson City to continue the inquiry if there Is siittl yk'Ut warranty. Prosecuting Attorney Stone, of ''olo county, snys "there in nothing to this talk of boodlinj;; it is till uispieion." Attorney-General Crow shuts off the investigation, says nothing and "saws wood" along with other members of the state nilniinistra tion. Here is a nice state of affairs. When the Cole county grand jury stumbled up against the boodle busi ness the prosecuting attorney of Cole county refused to act claiming that there was nothing in it. The foreman of the grand jury ap pealed to Attorney-Ueneral Crow, mid he refused to take hold. WHO GOT THE PUDDIN' 7 When the Kredericktown Tribune bid JD on the bal...

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 June 1903

SCOTT COUNTY RICHER. Vol. 2 BENTON, MO, JUNE 20, 1903. I 1 fl No. 32 THE FLOOD DAMAGE ABOUT HOME. Tywappity and Little River Bottoms Under Water.- Lofs in Crops and Live Stock Very Great. whittling like a Durlag the past week the people hi the low land of Scott county have had aa opportunity to realiie what great damage can be done by water. From Coainerce south there U audi damage. Tywappky bottom U many leet under water and crop are a total Iota. Water k reeking through Northcut Cypress aad Is within a halt mile of Dlehlstadt. AtCary the water U out over the public road and the community ia wrestling with water. The highways leading into Com merce on the north and on the aouth are under water and travel hat ceased. Tlie islands opposite and below Commerce an under water. A very liberal slice of the Frisco road leading up the river to the Cape la supposed to be in the Gulf of Mexi co by this time, Grayaboro and Manning' landing are f ooded and caauot be reached by wagon road. In Gr...

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 June 1903

I.' IK- 4 Scott tain? Itkhtr. 4asaaBSBaaaBsaannnnBasBnBBBBBBnnBi -Mm. At HAniiR, rMi lOMouia to BnBnBnBnBnBnBnflsSP' nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnSlEnR21XWC,l"T u TOPIQS OF Til DAY. Raaalas for "Roast." A fellow named Hamm nnd another tmmed Bacon are rivals (or the hand of a Chlctiijro maiden named SVye, Evidently they are running for a roast. Stlmatatta Example. The Uoekefellers have decided to pay the tnxes assessed npalust their property nt Tarrytmvn, X. Y. A noble example which will stimulate the poor to hustle and do likewise. Hardly aa Asaaaala. We nre Inclined to think that a mistake has Hccn made In arresting , A. Corn ut Salt Lake City on suspicion of an intention to kill the president. A.Corn might be a footpad, but hardly un assassin. Easier to Klaht Than Par. The blp corporations in New York are lighting the collection of fran chise taxes. They take the position, according to the president of the state tax commission, that it Is cheaper to tight than to pay. Hip ti...

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 June 1903

1 1 4 S'L'F jtv! flHHBSIM Fully Eight TbooMnd Persons Forced to Abandon Their Hornet la But St. Louie. TEN LIVES KNOWN TO NAVE IEEN LOST. cones aid Incident Followlns the lonn lath a -Three Lives for Three Kris of licet -A (irmly Boatman-Seven De ertM Children save.l-A llrare Llttl Maid l'mm Venice. St. Iouls, .tunc 11. One-fourth of Hum lit. l.ouls Is submerged, Jiul fully eight thousand person huvu been fiuvfd to abandon their homes. The fiTiu's following the breaking of em bankments Wednesday morning are pitiable. All dny long refugees poured into St. Loiilx. Mothers, furnished nnd worn by ceaseless vigil in the fnee of danger, struggled In large numbers nrroes the bridge. Nearly nil were nly Iml f. dot bed. Little chtldren, many without shoes nnd some wear ing only one stocking, helped to well the tutu-red procession. All railway and wagon cotnmunlca- dren arc Una, nged 11; Llllle, aged 13, aad Henry, aged 17. Charles .Mesrlck nnd three childrea. of HOT lloiamenuc avenue; the ch...

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 June 1903

HCOTT CQUNTY KICKER Poels Bratoii. Mo., on rwsry 14, 1MI, M tteonil-ctiiM mull atattaf . PublMied at ATtmOAY BY Denton, Mo., o?ery : Phil. A. Hafnkr. Subscription, fl.uo Pop Yeur. THE TOLL GATE. We are not now in darkest Africa. "Toll" moans "tnx." It means "tribute." The pirates on the high sens used t o levy a "toll" on traffic. But they were hung and otherwise? driven out tit business. The toll gate is a remnant of piracy. Last week the editor received a type-written letter with a request to "please publish," nmioutn-ingr n re duction of about forty per cent over the Scott county und Cnpe Girar deau toll road. There was no signature to the letter, and, having no "free pass" over the road, the thing wns "killed." But there is reason for the reduc tion. In fact, there seems to be no excuse for making uny charge at all, und if the men iu control of tho road did not rank so high Iu the Demo cratic "party," they might be prose cuted for obtaining money illegally Here is what the Jacks...

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. — 27 June 1903

SCOTT COUNTY KICttER. is? VoL 2 BENTON, MO., JUNE 27, 1903. No. 33 IN THE STATE AND IN THE NATION. foil &4 it Corruption the Rule Rather than the Exception. The Poitoffice Scandal. Developments in St. Louis. There U so arach corruption afloat j In the country that It is only possible to give brief accounts in so small a paper as the Kkkks. At the national capital, In Missouri and In. many other states the acts of the people's representatives are com ing to light, and it seems tlat cor ruption and boodHng is the rule rather than the exception. The admiuistrntion at Jefferson City continues to "saw wood." A million for Dave Fraud' big show; one hundred thousand for n useless state militfa but not a dollar to amoke out the boodlers. Circuit Attorney Folk and the St. Louis grand Jury are at work, and the "boys" agaiu And it necessary to stand on their "constitutional rights." Last Friday Senator Sullivan, of Christian eounty, who had a 1,000 bill changed by.the Colonial Trust Co., o...

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. — 27 June 1903

W3t 1, ' i mm ' mm mm t I Skott County filter. I. rilk A, MAtHER, raMlthtr. TOPICS OF THE DAT. A Thrllllnc Foot Ret. T.et till minor matter', such a the Urltlsli tu rift discussion, labor troubles, liiissln and the Jews, etc., be set mddc while we examine the new cotillon devised by the dancing masters' convention. I Mrs. Huchson," of Chicago, whose I The Best Missouri News So Unenile tit t'ornlvr. Ren Inn methods of deullng with political opponents recall the mice tlotu of the historic character who, on hlx deathbed, wits exhorted by hi i-oiifci.or to forglie his enemies. "I hne none," wim the comforting re ply; "Ihey are all dead." The llcnl .Mlitrma. At the wedding of Mr. and Mrs". Mt-Cormlck (Jib lluth Itnnnn). in L'le eland, the otljer day, Oen. Corbln nmucd the truest; at the banquet lth the following toast: "I will propose a toast to the real mistress ol the occasion, Mairsle, the cook," I'linrUiilcnl Criticism, Miners are not any more likely to recoirnle the right of every m...

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. — 27 June 1903

All She Coatd S (. a "A certain tvoinon, (he wife of a foi nr t(trcciitlivc in congress and mln' tor o l)i cud, who now aims at social lead' whip in the mot cu-ltisire end top. lofty circles o( Washington, 11. C, is noted for her love of display and her penchant tor wearing, about all the Jowc! she run bear up tinder. One night the cave n dinner. Several member of the diplomatic set were pre ent. Madame was in high feather, and he alio wore a diamond tiara and never! airings of pearls around her neck. During the evening ahe complained of feeling a bit chilly, and told one of tht .errant to call her maid. When the maid appeared the ii said to hnvc shivered a trifle, and exclaimed! "Misellc, 1 em so cold; please get M another atring of pearls." Argonaut. A Our for Drop-. Pedgwlck, Ark., June 22d.-Mr. W. B. Ti .vlpr of this place says: yiihti 0 Hy SA Dnvf' . Two doc to w-tho best in this part of the country -told me he would never get better, and to have aecn lilm anyone else would hav...

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. — 27 June 1903

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER pMtoBctl Bntoi. Mo., on PabrsMy 14. 1M, m aroiit-eM nail mnttrr. Pablfcthad At Benton, Mo., every ftATUKBAY BY 4- Pall.. A. HAFMKR. Bubscriptloa, - il.00 Per Ymr. THEY CAN'T STAND FOLK. "The fool papers which clultu the Vredlt' ot having first suggested Jot Folk for governor are what Frank MltchJm would cnll 'many various.' W dlSer from them all. It would tea case of netting a tnau to do a lay's work. Wehtive abundance ot fanny lumber well fitted for the rather ornamental than useful posi tion ot governor Mr. Yandiver among the rest. The state needs a man of Folk's caliber for attorney general.'" Benton Record. The above reads well, and is calcu lated to fool the average citizen who does not make a study ot Missouri politics. The tame "argument" appears in all the Sam Cooked organs. Thi re will be unother butch ot constttu tlonal atnenduients to be banded out to the "faithful" next year. What they want is to side-truck the Folk-for-tfovernor sentiment. They nro 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. — 4 July 1903

t SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. ft "V. Vol. 2 BENTON, M0.( JULY 4 1903. No. 34 BRIBERY DEFENDED BY SAM COOK. Secretary of State Says there is no Harm in an Honest Man Paying Money to Prevent Sandbagging Legislation. Doings at Washington. Nothing of material Importnnco has developed la the boodle investi gations slnco the hint issue, except that n Missouri ex-senator applied to Mr. Folk (or the privilege to tell the grand jury what he knew. He said that his conscience Jiurt him and he wanted to "unbosom" him self. Editor Speed, former coal oil In spector of St. Louis, linn mude a further confession in which ho said that Secretary of State Sam Cook was present and knew all about the 9800 bribe paid to Senator Lyons for his vote and influence against the bill reducing tho charges for in specting coal oil. This agnin put the Honorable Sam on the defensive ami lie bobbed up with an "interview" in which lie de fended boodiiug. He udinitted that be knew all about the Speed-Lyons deal and said thnt ...

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 July 1903

' 4 4 ------ mm. ftiinrn tirmi .iimnm I Skott Court) ftkker. gH. A. HAWWtH, rsHUksr, TOPICS OP THE DAT. IHt-upatlun or the PaclBc. An oil-Aiuerlcuu ruble to the Phil ippines will be In operation In n few uays. The conversion of the I'aclflo Into an Ainerlcnn sea makes steady progress. , , Jam to Cheer lllm Ob. When Sir Thomas Upton started for America the band played "For He' u Jolly Uood Fellow." probably just to remind him of the headache be ha coming. 1 In the Matter of Urate. Peter Karnjfoorgevltch, ton. call himself klnjr "by rmcc of God." Hut ihe assassins of Alexander know tetter by whose fraoe Peter now reigns over the Sen Inn. . Stretvhln the Charltr Belief. It requires considerable charity to believe It is a pure coincidence that so many places in the employ of govern inent contractors are tilled by sons nml relatives of ofllduls who pass upon the contracts. Other People's Money. A New York paper prints nn essay on "How to ,le on What' Youv'a lot." As If that was of any in...

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 July 1903

V A. ijUmbll OBTHLT J HI baivk lBB8Hcm5ciPNCt J IVK or Ms ycnrs iigo, I I when tin- rnln-miililtig cx I Jp I pertinents wore being I I lui-ti-il. firt nt Wnsh- f itKt tttt, tifterivurd iu Tex if. my viiltcc i-lmtn nud I bec-itm- greutly inter i-sti-il in tin' sitlijert. V witi' then sopho more ut It. Kli'nuititnry i-lictnixtry wn our regu lar i-oiir.-e nf study thnt yenr, ami wv spent mot of the spring ttTin expei-linentlng on our 'u lid-omit ami exploding a vast nuiiber of g.ts lialloims. V hkhIo ii grout ileal of nol.-t', ami niititittiined that v produced rain. Mimver I'i'rtiiitily illil follow some of the rxpliiMnns, The spring term rlo-ed on Juno 2i5. nnil all the lm went home, except my chum ,larU anil myself, who, in voiiciicnce of spending so much time i-xtH-ritnenting. hail lieen "eon ilitioncil," mid hail a week's hard work to malic up in our (ireek. lint her than have it 1) :i 1 1 jjt i u r over lis all simimci' and into the next year, "c ugreed to do It at once and have ...

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 July 1903

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER jfA Kattrad at tka pMtoDctln Baton. Mo., on rabtMty 14.1Nt,uwconiUUu timll matter. Published at Benton, Mo., every SATURDAY BY PHIL. A. HAl'NKR. Subscription, fl.00 Per Yeur. THE LIQUOR TRAFFIC. In several of the Southeast towns and counties the saloon question seems paramount. In Dunklin and MfMiMippl counties the situation is "warmest," and the newspapers are beginning to "take sides." Recently the Charleston Courier contained an article entitled: "The Kaloon ft Benefactor." The author tf the article hides his identity ami hrns the article "Not n Saloon Man." As in most cases where the writer seeks to hide, this fellow U lnronit nt, or else admits that he i unwill ing to indorse a tittup that is of public benefit. In the outset lie speuks of the saloon us a "bene factor" and winds up by signing t cannot help it. himself "Not a Saloon Man." Under ordinary circumstances the "bushwhacker" is unworthy of notice. The fact that a man seeks to hide his identity is an ...

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 July 1903

SCOTT COUNTY IUCftER. Vol. 2 BENTON, MO., JULY II, 1903. No. 35 m EX-QOV. STEPHENS BEFORE THE GRAND JURY. 0 Senator Lyons Threatens to "Tell Things" on Cook and Speed.--Lobbyist J. H.Carroll Stands 'on His "Constitutional Rlfhts." Joseph Folk la a remarkable man. With all the power of the state ad ministration and thf city adtnlnle .ration of St. Louie against bin he gem right on unraveling the terrible doodle story. With all the power of the great financial interests of St. Louia and elsewhere; with all the power of the "respectable" element and their "at torneya," who have been robbing the city and the state; with all the power that MONEY can produce against him, Joe Folk goes right on digging up the rotten old political carcas of Missouri and exposing it to public lew. It'a bad on tho gang very bad. It'a bad on the "respectable" ele meut as well. It's bnd on the political spell bind pw win have been oil tho pay-roll of corporations to go over tho state and tell the people how wel...

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 July 1903

feSS ' lam S3 4ri dlt Counts -fticktr. WML, a. BUtHEa. Faamnon, 103 JULY 1903 . b. w. tin. raT "ttT 12 3 4 5 6"7I3 TTo TT J9 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 IT MHhLh sssnanaL ' "" V" TOPICS OF THE OAT. Still Xot the Championship Belt. The most expensive bolt of tho srnson Is lovvu's rain belt, which has Coot the xtate $il,ooi),OUO. Ilnmrlox lln?. The Juvenile lirrnnl is iiittlmrity for the statement that there are SOD, 000 homeless lioys In the United States. EI-otrl- Cars In Dome. The Nltnr In Homo it. now eon rvetl'liy an elect rie ear to almost Ihe identical spot whore 1'anl. the Apostle, lived and l.itke probably wrote the Act. .ntlnnnl llnmlllntlon. Chinese pirates hae kidnaped an American and ask onl.v S'.'.ooo ransom Tor hi ilelUery. .Vow. why should vny Aineriean lie marked down from llu.oiw. even by pirates? JiiiIrp t'nlilnfll'n DUtlncllnn. Henry C. Caldwell, the federal imljre of the Klirhth circuit court, iv ho retired from the bench June 30, I" the only stmlvinir appoin...

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 July 1903

naaaaBllaJawsw f v In RHODR ISLAND RED3. Am Layers of Unrk Browa Km, Wlm Ur aad Rammer, Tfcla Breed llaa No Superior, ' Tho irtorto Island Red Is a rich, brilliant red, aa deep In abado as may Iw gotten by keeping out tbe smut In undercolor, and specimen feathers on my desk from birds that havo won prizes at our largest snows Indicate Hiat a very rich red may bo attained with clear red under-color. Of course, such birds aro rare and extremely high-priced and are no more usefnl than the common ones on the farm, where tho rich, red surface color ll about all that Is ever considered. Aa layers of dark brown eggs, wIh- if SOUTHERN EXPOSURE. WkM Shielded from Cold ar Ivtessks la Winds It Is the Best Laeatiaa (or Poultry Hoases, All localities are not adapted for. poultry, says a writer In Country Gen tleman. The land should bo high and of a sandy nature, so that water or damp or retentive soil, arid th.v will southern exposure Is best, especially If naturally shielded from cold or sweep ...

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 July 1903

r , .75 12 2fc levc rum MVS j mLkv id-Summer Clearance Sale we Commencing Friday, July 10, and ending Monday, August 10. 0 Thi c.Ia imriii h a nnpril rineino-mit nf nil Summer Wear of Drv Goods. Notions. Clothing, Hats and Shoes at Prices that will make them move off. We will also make Large Reductions on our two- and three Horse Blount, Rose Clipper, Scotch Clipper, Vulcan Steel and Chilled Plows. We have an overstock of these Walking Plows on hand and don't want to carry them over until the next season. We are agents for the Victoria Sulky Plows, Made by the Vulcan Plow Co., which we guarantee to do satisfactory work, or you may return them after a fair trial. Examine these plows before buying elsewhere. Below we name you some prices that we will use during this sale, and you can readily see, by comparison of same brands and names of goods purchased of us heretofore, that are far below regular selling prices dui, as siaieajtoove, we want io ciose mem uui uu mcy musi gw rcsaiuiwa 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. — 18 July 1903

5 5 s V SCOTT COUNTY rUCftER. Vol. 2 BENTON, MO., JULY 18, 1903. No. 36 WA Big Cash Sale; A Big Tumble"! on all Goods, and a Big: Clearing Sale to make room for Pall Goods. This Sale Begins July 18tK and Lasts Until August 1st. - We invite everybody in Scott County to come and see us and make our place their headquarters. Leader in Low Prices. rFF"i af 7WEarfaTTWf HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE RtfaHrBtyla Stays ij la. or 6 In. apart t f 1 55 INCH. , f t 1 Special Hoc. HerM and Cattla Styte Blaya ta in. or 6 In. apart Made of large, strong, high-grade steel wires, heavily galvanized. Amply provides for expansion and contraction. Is practically ever lasting. Never goes wrong, no matter how great a strain is put on it. Docs not mutilate, but does, efficiently, turn cattle, horses, hogs and pigs. EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED by the manufacturers and by us. Call and see it. Can show you how it will save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced. F...

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 July 1903

I aaaBBBB. A - Hi. Scott County flicker. miL. A. UAWCKW. faMlsher, . 1903 JULY . 1903 W TIM. TUSH fit! Ut . 1 2j 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 To TT Jl H lil5 T7 1? 19 "20 2 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 3T Even the sultan of Morocco has not escaped criticism, lint when he geU hli table of Missouri mules he will be pre pared to Ulck back. An injunction to restrain a man from running away from his wife Is the latest legal wrinkle In Chlcapo, but as the en joined Individual has loudly welcomed jail In preference to further domestic happiness the experiment is not likely to become popular. The recent coal-mine horror at Man na, Wyo.. was one of the most destruc tive of life that has occurred In this country. The instantaneous killing ot 235 men can be grasped In a mechanical sort of way, but the horrible details nre quite beyond the power of the Imagina tion to conceive. The powers of Europe arc recognizing King Peter of Scrvla. But that docs not make his throne any more secure. And It can hardly be cons...

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