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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 22 August 1903

. ...... 4 WJ5 4- WESTERN FARM LIPE. fa Sot .-.trrnr Pleasant ana tha WltM of rinneera Are Ik Chief ftnfferere. Many farmer' wive In the font hard, ly realise the comfort that surrounds them, even In nn old-fashioned houM with few modern conveniences, as com pared with the privations encountered on comn of the virgin prairies. It It true that communities build up rapidly In the great west, and the rod house ol one (feneration ton gives way to the convenient modern dwelling of the next, but life Is hard for every pioneer, and come of Its greatest trials fall to the women. A witty woman once observed that her sympathies were not so much with the Pilgrim Fathers as with thelf wives; they endured all the hardships that the Pilgrim Fathers did, and tin Pilgrim Fathers, too! In like manner, when we read of the courageous home steaders who fight drought and cloud bursts, grasshoppers and blizzards, until NEBRASKA SOD MOUSE. the virgin prairie Is harnessed to itt work of feeding the world, ...

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. — 22 August 1903

ft' ' ti't I 1 SCOTT COUNTY KICKER httnd at th pt office In Benton. Mo., on Frtmar? 14, 10, u aeeoari-elaa Mil niatur. Published at Denton, Mo., every SATURDAY BY ! PHIL. A. liAFXTSR. Subscription, - fl.(H) Per Year. For Governor 1004, . JOSEPH W. FOLK. For Attorney-General, DAVID A. BALL. SOMETHING ABOUT IIARMONY. Harmony is a nice thing to have in the family. It is the one thing that Li indispensable ntnniitr politi ticlans and thieves. A lack of liarni ouy is apt to prove fn tnl to the op crntious of either. So long as a cane of thieves worl cautiously and harmoneously their chnjiee of detection is reduced to the minimum. But let them go to drink- Jmr, quarrelling nnd fighting among themselves nnd the ''jig is soon up with them. And so it is with politicians. So long ns they can command harmony Their occupation is u pretty safe one. But let the "HonornWes" get reck- le. nnd full out among themselves then there is trouble. In Missouri there has been dlcprd for years, but nil criti...

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. — 29 August 1903

i SCOTT COUNTY IUCKER. BENTON, MO. AUGUST 29, 1903. WHAT IS GOING ON IN MISSOURI. o About "New St. Louis."--Dockery and Gantt Speak. Senator Sulllivan Convicted.-Scnator Parris Sick. "New St. Louie," that we hear so I tag primaries. If they would perform inch about, don't seem to be much this solemn public duty we would Of an iranrnvamanlt nm. h nU I kin nn hnnriUM " ' w WW W..W VIM, M V WW VWWSWS Daring the past three years two elec tlona were held In which wa ware told that the Reform forcea were success fal. Among the successful candidates were "Snake" Kinney, Jim Cronin, Bob Carroll, "Cuddy Mack," Mike Kinney, and the reet of the Bntler tribe of warriers. Somehow, it seems that the more St. Louis gets into the reform move ment, the leas safe Is life and proper ty there. It is an opes secret that a man Is liable to be held up while at church in that Tillage!, Last week an attempt waa made to hold up the night clerk of a hotel. Evidently the night clerk had pre pared himself for a...

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. — 29 August 1903

BE ft I I L i 5! 3! It I..M ft V1 .1 74 BiVtY I 1: Scott County flicker. rati, a. MAmtit, rMuhw. bestox. i a inssouRt TOPICS OF THE DAY. Theory ami Praetlee. Mr. Pulitzer has rounded a school of Journalism, but he will never find any uso for lis graduates. I'fnr nnd Stilijeet. The czar or Russia draws a salary fif $73 a minute. Many of his subjects do not get that much money In a lifetime. WllllllK Hi Kink Ik Hl-nlth. The presidency of the steel trust tuny lie it ncrvo-shattcrlng position, but Mr. Corey Is willing to risk his health awhile for STS.nno a year. MitIIiiu nf 1 1 cut Melnhla. The meeting of Senator Hanna and r.-President Cleveland on the same, platform will lie the create.! event Jt the ye.ir In the heavy-weight class. Will fun- Scti-ml Tlilnu. A New Yorl doctor says that look law can l.e cured by hitting !he sitf ferrr on the head with a hammer. This is also the cure for religious here y at Crcvo Coour lake aid other mal-idlej. I'll unci- in lioi linn)-. Chief OhlidlJIU...

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. — 29 August 1903

LTKAWBIR.Y BARREL. A Novelty In (Innlriilnc Wlilek At lord ttnre I'lenanre, nnd a Uooil laconic llealtlea, Hrc in a horticultural curiosity, strawberry beil contalnlns a liundrod Ijliuitu flourishing in the email cnmpiui; or an ordinary flour barrel. Next teaaon when jou set out yoi:r plants and leel that yon Jiave not a 150-rool run by two Irct wlilc of garden space to devote tc Rt raw berries Jn?t take a topy from the mrompanyine Illustration, from tbt Now York Herald. Burn out a (tour barret, paint It any color you please on the outride, then - FLOP It HAUUEL GARDEN. ecrew four rollets to the bottom. Next bore a hole through the bottom to take nn Inch iron bar just Ions enough to l;eep the cask In position. Let the roll ers rest nn a flagstone or icment floor, s-o that the barrel may bo partly turned iround every day to taco the sun. Two handles should be affixed to tlietop. Horc two-Inch holes in a zlsia around the cask, and at each of tliepe apertures Insert the crown, or heal,...

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. — 29 August 1903

, SCOTT COUNTY KICKER .'?. i" caiee ia imton. mo., on fefcTjyle. WMmwul iIms nail matter. PablklMd At Bntmi. Mn.. NATUWDAT HT ! PHIL. A. HAFNK1 AFMKR. Bwbaeriptton, 1.00 Per Year. For QoTernor 1004, JOSEPH W. FOLK. For Attorney-General, DAVID A. BALL. WILL TRY HIS METAL. Citlsens of Scott county, I want a bit of yoar attention I Titer is a "duck" running a so-called newspa per that speaks for the little army of saloon politicians who ran things hereaboutor, to be more correct, the saloon politicians speak through him. Three weeks ago he printed what he called the "facts" about my con troversy with the local authorities over a fence built by me. He said thnt I deled the authorities; that I wanted to "show the s o b of this town" that I could do as I pleased, and that my "bluff" was called. Perhaps Mr. Smith thought he was printing facts. The truth is, it never matters to him whether he prints facts or not. He Just prints what he is told to print. However, three weeks ago he print ed ...

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. — 5 September 1903

I - WWW 'f SCOTT COUNTY lilCIiER. M.."i.fvi (.!&TOffimffBaaaaaaaaaaal IB Vol.2 BENTON, MO. SEPTEMBER 5. 1903. No. 43 4 1 1 4 'ALE HINKLE & CHITTY'S Great Special Alteration Sale! -Wi Commence Saturday, September 5, and Last 8 DaysEnding September 12. ISVSI Although in business but a short time, it has become necessary to double our selling space in order to accommodute our enormously increasing trade. We Lave just , finished our large two-story addition to our former spacious quarters, which gives us the most complete and up-to-date Department Store in this section. This is unques I tionable proof that the people are aware of the fact that this is the place to tret the most reliable eoods for the least money and show their appreciation by emerous patron- Carpenters and painters are yet at work putting on the finishing touches. Therefore it may prove a little inconvenient to invite a rush, but we 've got a big stock and want to get it out of the way. Bo we are going to Bell i...

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. — 5 September 1903

Vi. lit is p I? if . 1 I Iff Lit I 3f Scott County fattier. rMIU A. AfXEB, rablliaer. 1903 SEPTEMBER 1903 w- ioi. rra. t. tkr. iti. ut. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 To TTT2 Jiiiiiii 17 "ii"!? 20 2J 22 1 23 24 25 26 27 28 1 29 1 30 CT 1 TOPICS OF THE DAY. .Viturnl nml l'ny. Prof. Siarr. of tho university of Chi cago, defends cannibalism as Justifi able, arguing In effect that It is Just us natural for cannibals to eat each other ns It Is for some professors tc wave their ears. tlriiefnelloii llroun. Stephen (ilrard. In 1S31. left the eltv of Philadelphia $,'.7Wiio for publl'o nics, with directions for Its manage ment. The value of the estate Is now fi'.'.TiiiU'OO and the net income since lilKml's death has been SIS.537.00. Ami the benefaction Is still growing Id 1 rodtictlvenees. nn the ToliiiKitnn. In tho New York City director- for IC'O.'l there are over .1.000 Smiths and l.cOO Browns and 3.000 names have the 1'tvflx "Me." It lools as though the Anglo-Saxon were following the Hol lander into re...

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. — 5 September 1903

i! MODEL POULTRY HOUiE. It la ThorotiBhlr Well Dalit and la Conl In Mummer nnd Comfort nlile In Winter. A poultry house over iCO fctt lost, has been luillt by W. J.KIrwIn.of MM dlescx county, Mass., who keeps several hundred hend of Barred Plymouth Ilocks. The house, which faces the rotitli, Is 12 feet wide, seven feet high In front and four feet In the rear, with n nhed roof that slopes one way. It li thoroughly well built and has an extra protection during cold nights of a mtts 2 S ' v a.w EASTERN POULTRY HOUSE, tin curtain, which Is let down over tht roosts. The front Is composed very largely of glass, there being three large cash Ave feet high to each pen. In the accompanying Illustration, hows the drop boards, d d d the roosts, e the nests, b the nest door, and c the Boor, which Is raised one foot above thf outeldi; surface, and is composed ol loam nnd straw. The hens enter thf nests from the back and And a darkened place in which to lay. The floor space Is entirely clear, whic...

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. — 5 September 1903

mm r s I ft I I if ft f I 131 j ? 55 S I fx. m SCOTT COUNTY KICKER taUrJ nt 1b aortofllra la Bnlo, Mo., i WMtrntf II.1TO. a Mrfonil-clflM mntt mMUr. ABOUT THE "LAW." Ud in Caiw Girnrdenu county n. elt- lion waa fined 360 for wiling "hop u. 1 . 1. A . . . . ii i . . i w milium, n urnmsuop ncvnw. PuMlftiltnl lit1 BehtOtl. Mo.. CVCir Un nt Jefferanti nit n Hint unit. HATimiiAY nv : Pint,. A. Hakxku. KoWriptfon, l.(H) lVr Your. die out hlavotMn exchange for cnah, wan lined fiuui I.'-'Li '.'J For Coventor 11)04, JOSKIUl W. FOLK. For Attorner-Oeiwrnl, DAVID A. BALL. THE IRISH LAND QUE8TI0X. All t lie world liiw road of tlio on prcMlon of tlio Iriith people by tkclr . ,... .. ... . .. . I ii mi t i I iimiiicwraiKir will-nut MB VOlt? lor ini: Mini: of Ireland "SIip'm tho moat illntrmw country Tlmt over I have aeon ; TIh'v tiro ItiinffinK men uml women For tlio wnnrlng of tho green." (ri'i'ii Iri-Iand d nmioiuii color. Ami, of coiiw, Imrecardu nil within hearing an liix filomls. hHt rnunt wo...

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. — 12 September 1903

SCOTT COUN KICKER. Vol. 2 BENTON, MO., SEPTEMBER 12. 1903. No. 44 WOOD ON ALASKAN ISLAND. fusibility of CreiUnz Forests in the Aleutian Chain. Unnlnska Is, says tho New Yorfc Tribune, one of tlit- Islnndfe w"hicli reach out Boutliwestwnrd.y in a long Hue froui Aluskn. They are practically nnlnhubltod, nnd twarcely n trci. can bo found on any of tbem. Knch wood as Is usod Ilun, aside fi'om the drift wood picked up by the natives, cornea from Sun Francisco, and the freight charges make It ex pensive. Hod l lined for building lint and sou Hon skins to cover boats. All possible makeshift im lesortod to In order to pro vide substitutes for that useful iit:Uer!al. On rnalaskn. In a sheltered rove near Dutch Harbor, there Is n dump of small Sitka spruces, probably planted by a Russian luWsionury shut the Uditiid wna r.'.udi! a trading port In ISO.. These few tree?, six or eight in number, do not look thrifty, and It is Impossible to tell how ninny .f.flieis have perished and disap. i:ifil ...

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. — 12 September 1903

' . RsnansallHiiinhannnnnnnnnw IVSS Ivors... I ra ff LB il ls is. 4. -I r HI 4, t 1 8 t P I I Scott County kfctr, A. MAtHEH. riblllfcf. MPnXHL1 a .iouodu The most curious paper weight In the world belongs to the prince ol Wales, tt Is the mummified hand of one of tht daughters of Phurao. A Chicago uinii who was In the act ot committing suicide by drowning cam nshors when retnlsdcd that his proccd Ufo was contrary to law, rather than bs liot at by a policeman for violating tht law. amo people are very particular. Thf. Jamaica hurricane has advanced the price of bananas In the cast. Any old thing U all right to advance tht price of something to eat nowadays. 12t cry thing lias gone up except airships. If the gentleman who wants everybody to have the privilege of attending the world's fair In s?t. Louis at government i.p?nsclsa fair example of the Oklahoma ltylslator the boom territory can hard ly bo ready for statehood. It needs more asylums for Insane. Texas promises to be the banner...

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. — 12 September 1903

DAIRY BARN AND YARD. fa 1 LorntltiK Them Car Shnald Tnkrti to Secure tiffrctlve .ulurnt IJrnlnnsr. Be In locating a dairy barn caro should ba taken tu bavu a gentle slope from tlto bam In at least nno direction, al lot dine good natural dralnnRU (or both barn and yard. It tho barn Is ttlrc:tdy built and poorly located, diMlnlm; nnd grading will do much to remedy the evil. In most cases .It would talto but a rtnull (mount of labor with plow and scraper, when the ground Is In Btiltiiblo condition to handle, to give tho surface of tho yard a b!oio from the barn sufficient to carry off tho surfneo water. Even if dirt has to bo hauled In from out side the yard to accomplish this it will not be expensive. The drainage, alone under n yard Is not sufficient as tho tramping of the cattle suon puddles tho surface, preventing the water from passing down to tho tilt. After thu grading Is done tho yard should bo covered with gravel or cin ders. By putting the coarser In tho bottom and the finer,...

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. — 12 September 1903

in.. If- r- nil ii iiif i.i.i i ii . . i. i .... a,. , , ... urn mihiii LaiiiuBMia mmmmtmr!VJJLL.llSmmmnmmmmm'il m .s !4 r it V Y II r I 1 p. Si? .1 iS V SCOTT COUNTY KICKER Vinlerml nt tho poetoMreln Denton, Mn on Febranry U. t:ii, u aeeond-dtuu mall tnattrr. Published ut Benton, Mo., every tUTUHttAV BY VtUU. A. HAPMKR. tluhm-iptioii, 1.00 Ter Year. &3 For Governor 190i, JOSEPH W. FOLK. For AttoNior-Oenernl, DAVID A. BALL. ABOUT 0LEVELANDI8M. If to advocate the candidacy of J. W. Folk for governor means to Cleve- landiso the State nnd turn it over to the reorganizes, then we eertululy are not for ltltn nor any other man thoo candidacy points in that di rection. Dlpointlelil Vindicator. Well, now, here, Mr. Yindicntor! I'd like for you to point out some way ty which you can"C!eveladize" Missouri any more than it in'.' Did not the then governor, Ste phens, in Da-ember, 1002, in a private letter to a friend that was afterward mail; public, write: "If Mr. Dock cry's position, or su...

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. — 19 September 1903

i SCOTT COUNTY RICHER. Vol. 2 BENTON, MO., SEPTEMBER 19. 1903. No.45 IT'S RATHER QUIET IN B00DLED0M. Harry Hawes Returns from Europe.-Jefferson Club Re ceives Him in Royal Style. Mr. Folk not There. WeB, there hasn't been much do fug in It oo d ledum of lute. It has been too dry and dusty. The men who "do" thing are kept quite busy washing that dry, dusty feeling out of their throats. Senator Sullivan wasn't satlsfed with being convicted of soliciting u i bribe, and tlwrefore, uppenled. Unfortunuteiy fair film, hit) game of chasing around after sotnebtdy to, "pay the price" is not regarded seri ously in Missouri. It is only a petty offence something like russin' out . loud. He cannot appeal direct to "mamma." His cuse goes to the Kansas City court of appeal. Hut if tin Kansas City court of ap peals is any relation to the At. Louis court of appeals (the naturalization mill) or tho Missouri Supreme rourl. then Senator Sullivan will low no fckfp. Anil it is quite illu that 'harmony' cx...

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. — 19 September 1903

5C I it A r J I Scott &tyjMcker. ML. A. HAMIBK. rHUae, 3 TOPICS OF Til DAT. 1. . Only a Queatlnn of Time. A new race war In South Carolina Involves the blacks and tans. It is only a question of tlmo when the choco lates and creams will be drawn in. A, Lose In Wind and Wntcr, American securities have fallen oft over $t:.000,000,000 In so-called value. Price would bo a better word. The wealth of the country has not shrunk u cent. On the contrary, it ha increased. I'c i:ipihnul Left. It Is estimated that there are fewer than lO.noti wild elephant. left In all the roiintrles on the globe, and that live of these will be hilled off where una 13 horn. It i3 a mutter of only a tew years when the list must go. The l.iirurit Uliriirv. The largest library In the world is the National library of Paris, which contains 10 miles of shelves, uoldlns l.liin.tmo books. There are also 173.0m) manuscripts, i,non maps and charts and lMVX'ii coins and medals. .Vil So .Much Wilier. Water as a speculat...

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. — 19 September 1903

I.'. WHAT POULTRY MARKER. M la Knoll r I'd " Doe ; '" i tllato nr Ineonvenlraea "tliv Chlckru., A murlirt- that Js easily put on and docs not Injure or mutilate the chicken Is made from a two-Inch strip of zinc or tin utf shown In the cut. The wasto cult Into from, any tlu nhop will Inc-ludo plenty of strips that vlll nnswer with out much cutting. A hole Is to be punched In the large end, through which the point Is to be Inserted and bent over after wind Inn urouml the shank of the bird. To jiomi:-madr ma band. . put on the numbers neatly, cover the end of the tng with grease, In which write the figures carefully with n nail. Then apply a little muriatic acid, which will cut Into the surface of the metal where the nnll has laid It bare. I. A. Flake, In Farm and Home. BAD FLAVORS IN EOGS. Thrr Are Canard tiy the t-'oofl tfcft Itrna Hut nnd I'linnstr ol Ittt llun Curm lite Kvll. Farmers have known for years that when onions were fed to hens they Im parted tlitlr flavor to the eggs. No...

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. — 19 September 1903

si - - -V? ,i .AT r & . ft. OF FALL MILLINERY AT HINKLE & CHITTY'S Beginning Friday, Sept 18 and Ending Monday Eve., Sept. 21. This is to celebrate our two years of unprecedented success in serving the people of this community, thus demonstrating our ability to give the greatest values for the least money. We recognize no competition. We undersell them allquality considered. Unreliable goods can be had here at any price. Our customers appre ciate tins fact ana our lair dealing with them has increased our trade to such an extent that we were compelled to double our capacity to accommodate the trade. . - i .... 1 i.. 1 i. T J -U J.1 1 1. .. J A. J A. liS 1 m . j... j.o visit- our store uuriug mis upeiuitg win ruveui iu you u piezisnub surprise, insieuu 01 me noisy uaniiiier nnu saw mat met your ears uunug our recent uig tunes, von will hear sweet strains of the latest music during each day. We will also give away beautiful souvenirs. You cannot afford to miss this great exhibi...

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. — 26 September 1903

' 4 v .f::r SCOTT COUNTY RICHER. Vol. 2 BENTON, MO., SEPTEMBER 26. 1903. No. 46 AM m TEPim At A. Baudend ste s. Ke so. IWc"!ltorrinninff SatnnlaT tontamto 9ft IQflQ jLivgiiiiiiiig uubuiuuj. uujtuiiiuui uv, luvv No doubt you have learned of my selling out to Mr. Jules C. Drury--lock, stock and barrel. The trade was made last weekbut there was a stipu lation regarding the goods. 1 have an enormous stock of merchandise, and this stock I agreed to reduce to the minimum as quickly as possible. For this reason there will be a sweeping reduction in prices in order to get rid of these goods. A sweeping reduction means a CLEAN SWEEP that applies to all goods alike. Everything goesfor cash only. It is one of those rare opportunities you don't meet up with every day. Dry deeds. All best calicoes, Qc All second grade calicoes, 4c Percales tind fancy shlrtiugs now 8c LL sheeting reduced from 7Jfc to uc do do do Otfcto 5c Fleeced dress flannelettes, 12 to 8Xc do do do 10cto7& Velvettu Fleeces...

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. — 26 September 1903

bp if t mi Scott County flicker. "MI. A. IIATKKB, raMUa. JOHOUXL The Best Missouri News TOPICS OF THE OAT. More 1.11(1) Mrrvln ana Turkey. . JChat dance ou the deck ot the re turning Philippine transport while 300 dead soldiers slept In the hold was Juoro worthy or Scrvla or Turkey than America. Tin- llorrlltc.l" rear. Floggings In his empire have hor rifled the csar. Everything horrifies tho czar except the absence of public fcchools, which would educate the Rus sians out or their brutality. Ami l,Mtt nt Tlint Same. Butkclwclcz, the new tackle in th University or Pennsylvania rootball tpora, weighs over 200 pounds and Is raid to be Irresistible, as his strength is as great B3 his weight. Work rur Loulolntors. Hcturns have- been Anally figured up in the boys who Ion their lives by lockjaw pistols last Fourth or July; it wua :jeo. Next winter's legislatures t.ow have their work cut out ror them. !.:il-i-l- liliiiulmitloll. The sultan Is still mobilizing troops, having got f-ome 000,0...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
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