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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 31 October 1903

SCOTT COUNTY RICHER. BENTON, MO., OCTOBER 31, 1903. No. 51. 1 . .... ... . .... .... AND THE FENCE STILL STANDS. Failing in His Efforts to Get Phil. Hafner to Pay the Costs, Mr. Kelly Dismissed the Case at the Expense of the Village-Disturbance in Court Yard. Well, circuit court has adjourned and, llko Ed. Butler, I am not yet in the penitentiary. And the fence still stands. Tlio readers of the Kicker are, no doubt, familiar with the case of a fence built by mo on the line on which fences have been built for fifty years. The local push, however, decided that I had no right to build' a fence where others had been built nnd in lino with other fences. Consequently I was arrested by a deputy sheriff, taken before a drunken mayor, denied a trial by Jury, anil fined ten dollars. 1 appealed to the circuit court. 'All right," suld Mr. Kelly, nnd his witnesses were called. But for sotuo reason the Marshall- Keesco case was taken up. The law Bay you must have a law yer when you strike circuit...

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 October 1903

or 4 Is Scott Comity ftkkcr, talk A. nAlKKB, Fabll-he BENTON. MISSOURI TOPICS OF THE DAT. ,Tjr to Foritrt. t'nnoila. Haver mind, Canada. Neither your people nor our people will caro where that boundary line Is 20 years from BOW. But I'nlin Ik cnlia. What would the union have amounted to It the patriots or the revo lution had voted themselves $33,000,000 at the close of the war? But Cuba Is Cuba. When the tllvet. Wore tnrtei1. Stated In a few words, the ship trust consisted of $13,000,000 In tangible property and $03,000,000 water. That arrangement caused a considerable leak when the rivets were started. Kvnlullmi or Ilie 1'iirmcr. It Is estimated that 500,000 farmers have telephones in their houses. The old Idea of the farmer ns n man who whittled pine sticks and chewed to bacco is disappearing. The successful farmer to-day must be a business man. ( The Best Missouri News "Able nml WMItm." Mrs. Dowie, wife of the aliened prophet, had a $1,300 diamond pin sto len from her In New York...

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 October 1903

I,. 7f ITCH1HQ H031 A PIR1L. Vtetlsa ml Rnl Aetata Wnlil Serateh, Bat Wee Mac Ssaetl at a Qaa. EsOBfrsemsn Bell used to toll story M a tiiM when he once got into irari r'i 1 ,l5f0Mint h, tl.0, H tol"I The IMMMnmn were rniMi in nw ..- Ide with their hands up. the familiar at i; o. you hain't," replied the stent, "b III do It lor you.". a row out tiraue Ming enforced by a- gun in the !"7 one oi we nniiemen 01 tne road, while the other went through the various pockets at hi leisure. In the midst of the ceremony Mr. Bell'a awe began to itch with that maddening ptrsiMency calculated to drive to insanity F? ,!l,!J,'Vre tffl0' Heve3. Involuntarily hi rislit hand Vegan to lower ittelf to the awl of trouMee. ilanda up there." called the man be kind the gun. aternly. Hi hand shot back into place, but In a moment began to lower itself again. he bandit "An vou anxinu. tn tuwnm end minal" "My neae itches so I can't stand It any loncer." ssld Mr. Bell. "I've .Imniv ".NO, cause With which he nrnce...

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 October 1903

I4 I ' II I Ill' HI Mill III ' 'IPCO'TT.CJOPNTY KICKER Best .'(I 1 n 'io pwtalHftln llraton. Mo., on inc. im Mcana-Haw man matter. Ik it 9- ... lis. lHi)illhi Ht Unnton, Mo., every MkTUittlAVltr it- PHlli. A. llAt'NBH. HyUwiiptiuu, - S1.00 Per Year. Fin- (lovernor 1001, J(Mtit'll W. FOLK. Fgr Attoniov-Ooiicrnl, li.VH A. BALL. For tlio l'ciiilctitiiiry, THIS UTATE HOUSU RING. SMOKED 'EM OUT. At lnnt tiu'"lmrnion,v' botv.ecn the Bi'intlk-nti iiiiil Democratic papers tit- llloomllilil lins licon ilistnrbal. Ill in effort tohow to tlio people licit put tyisui U very much of a farce, t!m KirrtEn litis repeatedly called at tention to tlio fact that over in Stod lnnl toiiul.v, where tlio officials are Democratic, ex-Congressman Moz ly'n Ki'initiliwui paper gets fully one half of tlie legal printing-. Tlio Kiciii:ti also pointed out the fni t that. ox-Congressman Mozley Is n law pari tier of Halph Wtunuiack, u proppwtivo candidate for tlio Dem ocratic nomination to Congress from this distri...

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 November 1903

COUNTY RICHER. 4 Vol. 2 BENTON, MO., NOVEMBER 7, 1903. No. 52 OBSERVATIONS OF THE EDITOR. Sheriff Stops His Pper.--The W. C. T. U.--Under-Pald School Tftchers.--Benton a Hot Town. servants Is something like f 130 per month. From the teachers we get results. From the other fellows we get promlMS. The KtcitiR furors paying for re salts. Considering .the., pay received by 8tate or county official, it Is an out rage to puy a teacher iu the smallest school less than $50 per mouth. Why? Because the teacher of any school does more real public service than any official. As an illustration, let us do away with the Cooks, Selberts and Butlers. Wouldn't the people be better off? But what do we find ? Why, a lot of struggling young teachers, who really benefit the race, working at starvation wages, while therasculs who seek to datnn the race draw princely salaries. Shortly after the appearance of the Kkxir but week It began to ap pear as if this paper would be com pelled to suspend business. Th...

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 November 1903

tKrt; rwWt asnaaaastBaassMsessasasa.aaa.aa.asaaasaM - 1 Li j"wii RV1 TCI. 1 r Bff ... 4 3Kfc& Scott Comfy fikker. ran, a. uArKEH. ranuaer, feKNTON. t .UUMUBI 1903 NOVEMBER 1903 in. i. mi. . tm ru. ut. 8 9io n 15 JllJi ii fH 22 23 j 24! 2? 26 27 28 29 30 TOPICS OF THE DAY. , The l'rirlcllri Vlnlntt-il. H n.m r.ntch nml Major Dclmnr had nn Idea of propriety and courtesy they would nut persist In their efforts to Piiatcli tlio blue ribbon from Lou Dllliui. HlliiiiN lninir ll. Wlllnril. Gov. Yates, of Illinois. 1ms appointed llvu timiuilssloiici'H lo pmvlmt-o n Muuio ot I'laiulb 1-2. Wlllard. the tern limine worker, to In; erected In Stat uary hall. Va.hlnc,ton. t'lt't olllllil'n IIiy. 0 rover Cleveland wants his boy to bo n luldso builder, rather than a Mdltlelan. A politician may be all rlcht, however, until he acquires a ta-ite for tho machine basliices. Tin Ai-mj Mint Yi-llim- I'ncr, Wo found no illilieiilty In stampln? nut yellow fever In Cuba, but can't do It among omelves. Th...

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 November 1903

FUMIGATION OF PEAS. Oatnrlo ABrlrnllttral Colt Dr. scribes tiffeetlve Method at Bi. tcrnilnnllni Weevils, Every year we are asked how to de stroy weevil In peas. The Ontario ag ricultural college at (luelph, Ont., leiuei a pood statement of the (acta about peai and Infects In bulletin 12C. The twe pictures shown In cut are taken (roar this bulletin. The following account li riven or the Canadian method of funl gating the peas: ( "Immediately after thrashing the peat Were put Into cotton or jute bags. Ai Fonn as 30 bushels of peas were thrashed they were placed In a fumigation boi for treatment. One pound of carbot bisulphide was poured out Into thrct flat pans, which were placed on the to of the peas; the cover wai then put or the box and weighted with heavy stones. After 48 hours the cover was removed stEM'w. I i ri:.V FUMIGATING DEVICE. and the box ventilated. The pans had become dry, as the liquid had changed into a gas, which, being much heavier than air, had sunk down amongst t...

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 November 1903

HINKLE & CHITTY t WANT to say to the peopled Scott County and vicinity that NEXT SATURDAY, NOV. 7, is Corn Carnival, or Corn Show Day, and while you are here showing the products of your skill and labor as Masters of Agriculture, we are prepared to show you, from long experience, one of the largest and most up-to-date stores in Southeast Missouri, brim full of first-class merchandise that will be sold cheaper than you can buy elsewhere, quality considered. In addition to selling you goods cheaper than anyone else, and to show our appreciation of our increasing trade, we are going to give to one hundred of our customers one hundred valuable presents. This is the way wo do it: Each ono dollar cash purchase or one dollar paid on account will entitle you to one coupon ticket ; each coupon will entitle you to a chance to draw ono of the one hundred valuable presents we will give away New Year's Day. These coupons with their 100 drawing opportunities are meeting with universal favor. ...

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 November 1903

SCOTT COUNTY mCftER. SrC. 5 fss Vol. 3 BENTON, MO., NOVEMBER 14, 1903. No. I Kb 1 I. If OBSERVATIONS BYJHE EDITOR. The Artesian WellSteady Development of the Country to the North-The Man Who Hasn't Time to Read a PaferThe Blodgett Road. Tlte gentlemen who are engaged In doing somethlog for future genera tiona ought to be eucosraged. Lot 'em dig "Jacob's well" limy want to. It maybe that they have tlio future generation in mind but it would be "sinning against the truth' to sag gent that they hud any regard for the welfare of the present geueration. Lust Saturday I had n honest, good-natured laborer doing chorea about the place. At the dinner table he told of hnviug pumped water at the mill pond to supply the engine that furnishes tlw power for the machinery that in digging at n hole that some dny is expected to flow artesian water. "It was hunt work," ho said, "and they only paid mo a dollar a day. And then I couldn't get my money. I had to discount it at the bank." 'tt'hen did you ...

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 November 1903

1 KXTO. t .lOMOCtt v 1903 NOVEMBER 1903 2U J! f iiil ii 1L I 29 30 ; TOPICS OF TBI OAT. i Voothnll firtmlnsr Titme. Less than 40 boys havo been killed on the gridiron go far this fall. Foot ball win bo netting lUelf referred to as a young woman' garao the first thins it knows. Tim mill Monrr Sntett. The people who attempted to assas sinate that Russian governor general the other day are all dead. The Uus slans don't believe in wasting public money in matters of this kind. Worth All It Ct. The cost of the Alaska boundary ar bitration Is estimated at $300,000. Can ada spent nearly 1200,000 preparing the case and for the fees of the British lawyers. The United States' expend iture was about $100,000. KrronriMia YVna. Prof. Langley .ys the machine would have flown all right had It not been for an error In the launching ways. But, like the rest of us, the professor evidently does not see the error of his ways until everything lias gone to smash. CuninlrthiK Ihp Coltvctliin. The Alaska bo...

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 November 1903

1 rimt ... , att Trata to Ttnt Sf. I MonD,ln Roots, iMTlai Si Lent! ".for point tnTMM aad Th South wISw DI,?1. antetton with trails fro R2L,h..M1.K.ll,v. ddltloa to this th Monntala Honu bars three other, train to Tmbj, leaving St. Lonh 0Mp.ni. 40 p. m and 8:06 a. m. Through Pallinea Hlrepcrs, Dining Can and Klnaat Chalff " Twelve hours saved to California, Fastest schedules to Teaae. Tourltt tickets on sale the year round. Writ but agent of Iron Mountain Route, or H. C. Tow fit llouVfc aad TlokM Ageat, Ilia Ciaalatloa. Te l ma what jrou ail," aaid the wife 1H tll you what yon are.'T ! Vf'.?! cjirulatcd the scoffer. "Ah!" retoied the w. . ."According to " 1?P',.bck J'ou t,hlnamtn.r,-l'1. cio Dully News. tow Hate Haenralona On the tlr t and third Tuesday of cicb montli to lexus, Indian and Oklahoma Ter ritories via M., K. 4 T. Jly. Take advantage ct the opportunity offered and see thctJrcat SouthttcM in all it glory. "Texas," "Hul licjJ'haniCii,""lndlairrcrrItory"aiidothcl booklet, b...

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 November 1903

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER Katcrta at th paatofflealn Bcntoa, Vo., on r.btaary It. im, m Meoid-dsM mall mtUr. Published at Denton, Mo., every MATURDAY BY !- PHIL. A. HACNKn. Subscription, - fl.OO Per Year. Tor (lovernor 1004, JOSEPH W. FOLK. For Attorney-Ueneral, lAVID A. It ALL. For tlio Penitentiary, THE STATE HOUSE RING. VOL. III., NO. I. With tliln issue the Ktcxsn enters ti. m Its third year a strong, vigor out mid accurate Kicker. 1 don't tike to blow, aud the success nt tin- KtcKKii has so far surpassed iny loudest expectations that it sonis cruel to torture its enemies by telling about it. Perhaps it is the only paper on earth that just started up and defied tho established order oi things from the jump. Usually newspapers nre started in the interest of some political party, Komi; nsitiriiiir politician or some business enterprise. Hut. to quote tho language of ex Congressman Mozley, the Kickek is tin "Orphan Steer." It cannot boast of being founded by the lion. Jim Serogglns and e...

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 November 1903

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. 1 Vol. 3 , BENTON, MO NOVEMBER 21," 1903. No. 2 - , . - - i - '7""""" I'rounwy n MimnKc. FBOM KELSO. FROM CROSS PLAINS. FROM GHAY8B0B0. When bad If 1 S"tjr OBSERVATIONS BY THE EDITOR. Three More of the Honorable? Sentenced to the Peni tentiary .--Politics and the Liquor Traffic --Bleeding of Candidates. Sam Cook and His Organs, Etc. Although it is near the close of Novomlier, It Is quite warm for the "honornbtos." The jury in the Federal court re turned u verdict of guilty in the naturalisation fraud cusesSuturduy, ttud the Honorable John Doliui, chairman of the' fit. Louis Demo cratic city committee, nnd member of the Democratic state committee; the Honornblo Thomas E. Barrett, Democratic politician and lute clerk of the St. Louis Court of Appeals, and the Honorable Frank Garrett, Democratic ward heeler and Jefferson Club policeman, will have to nerve terms In the penitentiary. They can't appeal to "mnmma." They can't appeal from a Federal court to a state cour...

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 November 1903

Scott County ftkfrr. ran. A, HAFWKH. rebllikoa IMtTOlt. lUUOCXl TOPICS OF THE DAY. Far utltt Unjayntent. Panama's now Has Is not pretty, but she con look at ours when she wants to enjoy herself. I'minnta'a Month Open. There's a new face anions the Amer ican republics), and Its mouth Is open for a ?lo,"uo,o(io plum. lliii .Never Mmvnl. Senator Stewart, of Nevada, Is tho nnly man In the senate who has never been sli;iwl. His beard besan to srow when he was Hi and has been growing CO years. The ! in Hi- fh it Won't fiin OIT. Senator Piatt professes to be satin lied with tlie result of the Now York tli'etlon. Your fiielc Thomas twver loses mili'h sleep when anybody's road roller run? over a reform cundldate. TIh Itn ill I nc.. Metier. They manner these lliltisrs better In Franee. When the Humberts appealed from their five years' sentence, tho court of cassation admonished thorn to submit or tho t-enicnce would bo doubled. llimr tletnlN llwrlititki'il. A New Yorli man w ho Is at the head...

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 November 1903

y V ' TV". 1 1 r. VERDICT OF GUILTY , IN FRAUD CASES Jury Finds Barrett, Dolan and Gr.r rett Guilty; Penalty Deferred. ALL ASK FOR A NEW TRIAL t'onvlrtnl t .Mitlnc mill AticHInn Ifnllmin In KpcurliiK l-'rnuilittent Nnliirrtllnlliin I'miprri Toll I'f tirttl Mi-aim Ten Yenr. St. Louis, Nov. 10. A verdict of guilty wna returned at 1:15 Saturday ofternoon by tlio Jury In tho case of tlio United Status agnlnt Thomas B. narrctt, former marsbnl ot tho 8t. LohIb court of nppenlH; John P. Dolan, chnlrmnn of tho city democratic com mittee, and Prank P. Qnrrctt, a mem ber of tho St. Ijiilrt pollco depart ment, nil clmrKod with complicity In nnMtrnllzntlon frauds. As kooii us the verdict was returned, attorneys for tho defense Hied n mo tion for a new trial and petitioned Julco Adnms to accept bond pending the decision on tho motion. Jury llclltii-rntPM l-'or .Many Honrs. Tho caso was given to tho Jury at 4: 30 o'clock Friday afternoon. Con sideration of tho case was continued until l:8n Saturd...

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 November 1903

aCOTI-COUNTY KICKER Rfitrnd nt tho pontoffleoln Ittnton, Mo., on Kinory tl, IkM, n nocoml-ilflKii. umll tuatt:r. Piilillwhi.il ut Benton, Mo., every SATUKUAV EV PHIL. A. HAFNElt. SulwovlHtUiii, - $1.00 Por Year. For (lowruor 1004 JOSEPH W. FOLK. Fov A 1 1 onto y Utiiiorn I, IMVID A. 15 ALL. For tins Penltentlnry, THE STATE HOUSE KING. WHERE DO YOU STAND? T,t- IVinotrmtic party in Missouri 1 t Inniuli'sal.v tlivklwl Hint is to say, t lit) rt'ltow.4 who hold tlu jolw ami the int'it.who pity the freight nro irrecoti-r-il.iLly nt out?. For n qnurter of a century the job luiUhro have hail things prut ty much ilu'lrown wny. With pntronnp? niul n little nih they have mininged to Veep thi imwwpnpers witUfletl, ntul tlif tiling jnnt kept troiinr from Imtl i to xorv until the bmiji blew out. ' Tiie urw.fest political buttle that , vcr oocun-nil in any state within the , inuki4 of any party will occur in, Mifsouri next year. On Urn one cido will be the mnchitu' A VOICE FJtOM DUNKLIN. Iu a rece...

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 November 1903

SCOTT COUNTY HJCttER. 4? Vol. 3 ENTONt MO, NOVEMBER 28, 1903. No. 3 OBSERVATIONS BY THE EDITOR. o Missouri's Lawyer-Made Laws. About Taxation. The "Skinning" of Candidates.-The fHonerables," Etc. eligible to sign a saloon petition In Benton provided he happens to take up board hew about the time the petition U being circulated. On former occasions I have called attention to the fact that Missouri fiaslawyer-made law which Iscqual to having no law at all. Ignorance of law la no defense but our moot learned judge differ widely or to what In law, or what the legit lature intended. Occasionally I have had reason to examine the Inw on certain questions oud Invariably I find that the law on the particular subject in which I am interested can he construed an much In fuvor of as against a proposition. It can be construed to meun any thing or nothing. After exhausting my feeble Intellect, I have, on some occasions, gone to the prosecuting nttorney. He, too, gave It up. Yet, ignorunri! of law...

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 November 1903

''.i&sfv'r" Si 1 K8SS- Scott County ftkfccr. ratL. A. MAtMBH. fmMtsaes. fcBNTON. t i .MIMOUX1 1903 NOVEMBER 1903 171. 101. nil TO. tick. m. lit. jl j H IZ HIi j 8 9 JO Jl-Jliiil 22 2324 25 26 27 28 29 ! 30 ' .... ' .... I.... Over 27,000 Immigrants have returned from this country to their native ihoret during the last four week because ol an Inability to find employment. Nearly 10,000.000 pupils are enrollec In the public school of the United State this year. That coming army of patrlcti is one of the blpccjt facts in the grtat republic. Missouri State Gleanings, 1st NOW BOTH ARE SATISFIED. Unntiitnd anil Wife straaale Ovee Child Bui rinallr Anree t. Adjnat Their Difference. By nttcmptltiR to steal his child from his wife, In Kausas City, J. lit r by Dodge, of Clinton, on engineer, came very near being stabbed by his wife and mobbed by a crowd. Dodse met his i immhmmMmiiiiiiiiiMiiwirmi DON'T WANTTHE EARTH. Inst a Utile Mica of Thla PlaaM Would SnlU'r the Vails, ol Madison. Wis. ...

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. — 28 November 1903

i ft I Mlafitaeeli Affecttoa. The Eskimos were very angry with tht rctic Mplnrcr. "What dM heilor'nsksd the member ol , the relief expedition. 'He wtti our dogs," explained the native. dogV,t,1Cre "" hlirm ,,eltln our i"Vr.L "icir wcr frown stiff, and i'?.a l?ov ,vnt .t0 v"'8 them they broke off." Stray Stories. Cheap Notoriety. Mm. ansclM-Oh, do buy mc a new Jinnnct. my dear. It will set nil my friend Sir. ( louii't If you're after notorletr. Wiv ln t you set tlie old one retrimmedf Hint will puko vnur fiicnds talk twice on much. Stray Stories. A Hemnrknttle Woman, Kokonio, Ind., Nov. 23. Mrs. Anna M. Villi?, of this place, a tliartiiinp; old lady tif 74 yvxtt, hns given for publication a very interesting letter. -lr. Willis is widely known and high ly ivspcvtcxi. mid the recommendation the pivos is well worth tha consideration of tuiynno who may he interested. Mrs. Willis' nddtess is 11. It. No. 0, Kokomo. Urr letter reads as follows: "I have been troubled with Kidney Trouble for ...

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. — 28 November 1903

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER Kntw4 at tkt Mslofllds Benton. Mn on rtferMiyll, I0,iconi1-cl(uui until nintter. Published at Benton, Mo., every SATVBBAY BY PHIL. A. HAVHKR. Subscription, lil S1.00 Per Yenr. For Governor 1004, JOSEPH W. FOLK. For Attnrnt'V-Ucnerttl, DAVID A. BALL. For tlie Penitentiary, THK 8TAT13 UOUSK KINO. SIDKLIOIITH. TO COIlilESPONDEXTS. Tin Ktcv.Rti is especlnlly proud of i iii'iny of correspondent. Noth ing helps out more than the little hiippcuiiipi of the vnrions communi ties. When one or more full to show op each week it in n disappointment. Don't p-t buy. It takes only a little of your time, help the paper tinil pleases your neighbors. At this time of the year tint days are short ntnl typeset tinur by dity- light is eurtalleil. We pi to press on Thursday morning on account of our jtoor mail service, and it is therefore u great help to have correspondence all in by Tuesday night or edncs day morning. Anything important enough to justify a second letter 1 in time Wedne...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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