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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 25 January 1902

? i nf " - IIIV I Ml aeBBF v i Til fK U-JU" THE EWOLISH ORPIHOTOW. Am Kscrllent Itrttd of Large, !. t Heavy ronli, Very Pof. vtar Across the Water. The Orpington Is an English brefc fowl which Is gaining n fnlr foot Jiold in this country. They are bred In several colors with both single and rose or double combs. So far, the black and buff-colored Orping tons with single combs have been in lavor with the people of this conn fry. An Orpington club has beeij formed In their Interest, and we mny expect to see them gain In fovor, as Ihey arc quite deslrablo as table poultry. Having come from the union ol IMInorai, n black snort from Plym outh llocks and Ulack Lnngshan Wood, they nre rather large, low set nnd henvy In body Inclined to be come fat when fully fed. They ore good vgg producen, but their eggs SLACK EKOL18H ORP1NTON. Bre rutltrr smaller than might be Sloped for from the union of such Mood. Formerly the shape of the Orpington, nx preferred In Kngland, was much like that of the D...

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 January 1902

If. LI I- Fi fe? ffv -IP SI I I. U I-HI few- Vmti. A. Hafnrh, Pchmshkr official paper or rcott county Subscription, 61.00 Per Year. STEPHENS vs DOCKEHY. Ex-Oov. Lou V. Stephens Is doing a grunt deal nf fussing these days itgnittst the "power thnt bo" hi Mimourl. He crltieles the State nd nilnlatrnttoit, the St. Louis combine, and the whole outfit. He wiys they nre trying to deliver the Democratic party of Missouri over to the jrold lai;t( and Insists thnt another "Per tle Springs'' convention should be held to clear the party ot boodlers and traitor. In all thU we agree with tho ox governor, but it scenm thnt Mr. Stephens Mhould be last to complain. No change has taken plnci? in our political nystem since the retirement of Mr. Stephens Either ho was neg ligent and ignorant, or else he wilfully approved of the infamous measures that make existing conditions po. pible. and put so much political power into the hands of one man the governor. The ballot-box stuffing in St. Louis in Novem...

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. — 1 February 1902

14 if SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. H Vol. I. BENTON, M0.t FEBRUARY I, 1902. Uo. 12. Parmer Asks A Question. 0 He Wants to Know Who Pays the Janitor at The Court House. Besto, Mo., Jan. 24, 1009. Editor Kicker Will you tell me who pay the janitor at the court house? If it is the county court, what authority have they? D. F. Edmunds. . Mr. Edmunds is one of those lion est, sober, hardworking tillers of the soil who has spent a lifetime in the production of wealth and yet none of that wealth Is his. He is now rearing the three score mark, has worked hard all his life, and yet has nothing to show for it. He lives in nn humble home, his food is common and so are his clothes. He soes other men who produce no wealth living in comfortable houses, wear fine clothes and eat the best the markets afford. He knows that there is something wrong somewhere, and is trying to locate the trouble. He comes to Ben ton and discovers a janitor at tho court house, which he considers a case of extravagance. The Kic...

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. — 1 February 1902

aVVh. BameamaaaaneBaasaaiBSSaaaBlBaaBBaSSnaSaSBanana I mi Ar mm m itt irrnnn I PBraoo""" "HU PILt(tUTIMMIItLU5UU Scott County kker. srs aaaaaaaaaaafirai! . LaMaaMaBaaKlB rati. a. piston. MAIKEM. FaMlshSt. a & 1IIM0U1I. TOPICS OF TBI DAT. Stockholders Nnt Pay It. JTbe bnlnnce on the wrong side of lha ledger of the late Buffalo Pan American exposition Is now definitely Mated to be $3,326,114.00. arlee of a Railroad Ticket. Senator MeEnery, of Louisiana, enys his election cost him just W.uo, the price ot n railroad ticket from New Orleans to Baton llouge, tha itata capital. Not In onr claw. Knipp. the gtin manufacturer, earns only $5,000,000 a year. He would rut no great thickness of Ice In this sountry. llullroads and oil and sugur pay better than guns. are Cave for Kleptomania. Eighty or ninety Corcan oftlelals lire to be beheaded for embezzlement. One thing that commends this an elent oriental custom Is the fact that the kleptomaniacs are permanently cured. Each Would lie Oar Ow...

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. — 1 February 1902

ROW MILK IS TAINTED. -r r nrr -ii-i-i-rr--ii 1 1 .n. . , , , n r COWS FOR THE DAIRY. Wfcr rraicra Ihoaltl rialae Thelr Owa stock Rather Thaa Bar it la tka Oaea Market, H is exceedingly dlfllcult to get good vow without raising her. Once in awhile h farmer or dairyman will pick up a good cow rum some farmer that does not know a good cow when tic tcv her. Hut the intelligent farm ers, and especially the professional breeders, prefer to hold onto their beat animals and aell off the poorer stock. If the buyer wants the best cow in a herd be Is charged a prohibitive price or one that is so high that he Is likely to flnrl little profit in her, when the cost and risk are taken into considera tion. The dairyman that depends on buying all of his cows will get beaten many times, or, rather, he will beat himself. The writer remembers one man that purchased a "springer" to go into his dairy. The cow had a wonder ful udder and gave a very large flow of milk. It was, however, of very poor quality...

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. — 1 February 1902

it I; 11 BCOTT COUNTY KICKER Phil. A. HAroisn. W I'tfstnnRn. OrriCIAti PAPER OF BCOTT COUNTY Bulwcrlptlon, 1.00 for Ycnr. TURN ON 1PHE LIGHT I "We believe the Btnte committee diil right In not compelllnira pub' He statement to bo minle of the receipts nuil expenditures of cam paign fund. Ve believe Chair mun Seiliert nnd others in ehurgu of the fumls. handled the money honestly. If a few who doubt t he honest expenditure of the money want to see where it went, let the books be shown them, and they will be convinced. It I a private matter nnd should not be made public, fur varioiift reason. Only a few sorehead disrupted, dis gruntled disorganize!1, cry for till nubile announcement. And why ? Do the IlepuWknim or any cither political party publish the way campaign fundi are dis tributed and received'.'" South eaHt Missourinn. Why, yes. Arthur Rozelle.ex-chair-fnnn cf the Populist party and ex labor commissioner under Stephens' administration, under oath, at La mar, Mo., told exactly h...

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. — 8 February 1902

SCOTT KiCHER Vol. I. Mr. Smith Asks a Question. -4)- Wants to know "What is the Poli tics of the Kicker, Anyhow?" . "The Kicker In furnishing a great deal ot aid) aud comfclft to enemies bf Democracy who quote from Its' columns as matter from a Democratic: paper. By the way, what politics is the Kicker, anyhow? Its editor, we nre Informed acknowledged this week ut the court house that he "did not vote for a slnglo Democrat on the Btato ticket in 1000, and was olad bp it." Benton Record: Yes, sir; the editor of theKtCMSR, In 1000, voted for the Bryan electors and the Democratic congressional, senatorial and county ticket "straight," but tho state ticket was tnorethan he could swallow and ho scratched the whole outfit from Dock ery down and he is now congratu lating himself that he did so. He is In no way responsible for the shame ful exposures that have come to light within the pnst year. As for the papers that quote from the Kicker being "enemies of Dem ocracy" depends entirely on w...

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. — 8 February 1902

Ca rt 15. I I F ' , 1 ft. V 4 in 1 B It, A g 3 . ' Ms' IS re a. ?4f Scott County flicker, PHIL. A, HAFWKW, rablllher. BENTON, t I M18SOUB1, 1902 FEBRUARY. 1902 r8 Ki. ioi. wis. m tali. "hi. ut w jjj M ri tt 1 yj 1 JjJ Ji-il-il U!1SI & 16 17 H? 23,24 Happenings in Missouri. 18 19 20 21 122$ 25 26,27l2Bl.... !j TOPICS OF THE DAY. A Xntnrnl Conclusion. Our new Mauds In the Danish West Indies tire Known ns Saint Croix, Vnlnt Thomas mill Saint John. The latter may lie expected to lino up for lrohibItlon. end ClurW nn the Orearon. Tho English people are very desir ous that t'upt. Chirk should go to tho coronation on the battleship Oregon. 'I hey nil want to oe the vessel that maile that famous trip tirotind thi Horn. tuftsin's I'nproiluctlte Lnndt In Kulu the average nero of land, 1-foaiis-o of had cultivation, produced but one-rif th the amount produced by nn aere In America. This Is the oillelal statement of her minister of tlnanre. netneen T Klrcs. There seem to be a general Im pre...

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. — 8 February 1902

.V IDEAL BROODER HOUSE. latle fltrartare Which Enables tha Ordinary Parmer to Raise Karlr Cklekene. The nvernge fnrmcr does not wish lo go lo tlii! expense of n hot witter s.vstdit for lirontllng cnrly chickens, lint there nr many who would like an ui'onoiiilrnl plnn for nrnotling 11 few Immlreil rnrly i-hlcketm. The -'it shows n house built nalnst u hntik Hint win bp IS feet or more In length. The cross section shows exactly how the homcmndc brooder Is loon tort, with respect to the run for the chleka. Met on legs as It Is, the attendant does not hnve to stoop over his work, and, with the raised lJ l ft CkUk K CK033 SECTION, DROODEB HOL'ftE. run for the chicks, they are brought on a level with the brooder, so they ran easily run In nnd out. This run Is coated with gravel and cemented. The brooder is three feet square. Allow six feet for each brooder nnd pen and ymi have three feet nt the end of each brooder suf ficient spnee to give nccess to each pen, which eon be cleaned from the...

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. — 8 February 1902

if W ws ' - . Is & PjSBJtBBBBBBBBBSajB n Hi ft SCOTT COUNTY KICKER Pabllnhcd nt Benton, Mo., eVWJf MATOROAY BY !- Pfflli. A. HlFXER. UVVWIAt, I'Al'BK OK 8C0TT COCXTY ttabscriptlon. 91.00 Per Yeur. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Robjort to the Democratic1 Primary Election, Saturday, April 5, 1003. ron Costliness: HON. Xf. D. VANDIVER. fOR VRKHIDIKO JUDGE COVMTY COURT, WILLIAM KEEPER. t'OR HUtRIr'r': LOUIS P. (JOBER. A GOOD RULING. "The country editor who nre kick ing against tho lik'ii of batting nil pnpers from tie malls tlmt an not poltl for an possibly doiinr n very foolish thing. A paper that is worth having is worth paying for. Instead of kicking against tho proposed rul ing, ever publisher, whether ill tile city or country, would better urge its ndoptton."-St. Louis Star. The Kicker would welcome the adoption of the ruling but fears it will not lie. Such a ruling would Ik? only Just, and could injure no legiti mate publication. It would be a blessing to the masses who have forc ed upon the...

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. — 15 February 1902

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. -J ' ',4 Oil Vol. I. BENTON, MO., FEBRUARY 15, 1902. No. 14. Anarchy In High Life. -0 A St. Louis Judge Does Not Mince Words in Dealing With The "Respectable" Scoundrels. Lost week the Kicker told Its read bra about the "respectable" director! of the St. Louis Street Railway mo nopoly being Indicted by the grand Jury for bribing the people's repre sentative;. The grand Jury that lound these indictments went out of existence and another was im mediately Impanelled to continue the bribery Investigations. In his In ntructlons to the present Jury Judge Ryan used this very significant Ian gunge: "The work and report of the last grand jury revealed uppalling condi tions touching bribery of public officials. "These revelations indicate that men lihlgh position In the social life und commercial activities of thlscom munity have, in their endeavor to secure public franchises for private gain, not hesitated to bribe members of the Municipal Assembly to betray the public 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. — 15 February 1902

J.ssff S8 IF ' if J. t. f .1 4 -1 i s. W. a. KAPP, Pafc-lsfcti. Sir -UtNTOX, The conTletlon of Johonn Most for publishing an Incendiary article is ills nnnrchUt paper Is notable as be Ing the flrst of Its kind in this coun try. BH-HjHHasgsa, A German scientist figures It out !thnt a wink of the eye Is just four tenths of a second In duration. And think what one little wink might mean. Wooed and won on Friday, married on Saturday, deserted on Sundny and found to he the bride of a blpimtst on Monday is the unpleasant record of n 17-year-otd Chicago girl. Here 1 one more striking emphasis of the fact that no girl or woman should lunrry n man unless she has known him for at least a week. lis mm The Important Happenings of a Week Briefly Told. W ALL FARTS OF THE UNION All tho Latest Neva of Interest from Washington, From tho East, the West and tho South. THE LATEST FOREIGN DISPATCHES most wasiiixotox. The president is engaged in writing his first messnge to congress. Every phase of-natlo...

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. — 15 February 1902

eSa!s--!-Sra THI SINOINQ OP THE BROOK. A Hill brocVhins from Its source, And down a mossy vale It tprlngss It chatters on Its sparkllng.courss And over Mndi and pebbles slags. t.I,uM beside a grassy lawn, Where loiter little children gar, And at they har It ripple on, 111 ion to them la Joyous play. Tw? foveri go their happy way, Yt hlle cloudlets Is the sky above: As by the singing brook they stray It tings to them a song of love, A weary farmer homeward comes. And as a deep sigh heaves his breast lie pauses by the brook that hums To him a gentle song of rest. A war-worn soldier Duties by, But still the brook doth never ccasei The sternnett fades from out his eya As comes to him lu song of peace. A wandering pilgrim, bent and gray, w ho o'er the world Is uied to roara. Betide the brook stops In his way It sings to him a song of home. Bo ever comes Dame Nature's vole Ith tome sweet muting to Impart, In language toothing, calm and choice, To ult the thoughts of every heart. Thus Natu...

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. — 15 February 1902

Kj ct 7 SW5 V.. if- J 9 ftft BCOTT COUNTY KICKER Published at Braton, Mo., rvr? HATCSBAV Bf !- PlBL. A. lUntM. ornoui. pambi or bcott county Subscription, $1.00 Pef Year. ANMOVX0BMfiM. Subject to the Democratic Primary Election, Saturday, April 5, 1902. rOROOXORBMi HON. W. D. VANDIVER. for rkprmkxtativk: LON D. WILLIAMS. roR fRBatlmio jvoor cocjitt court, WILLIAM KEEPER. JLmOOXTX JCD41K SECOND district: JOSEPH UTNAOE. roR RBXRirr: L0UI8 P. OOBER. JOSEPH P. W ATKINS. roR PROsKcuTixa attojctey : PRANK KELLY FOR RRCORDRR OF DRESS! V. L. HARRIS. for treasurer: WILLIAM H. H. HUTSON. IT WILL C011E. As fast nn it 1m possible, the bribers of legislative bodies are forcing the eves of the people open to theneces st y of public ownership. Thescaudnls that are being brought to light by the St. Louis, grand Jury are appall ing. In describing the passage of the Central Traction bill the Pout-Dis patch says: "The quotations for 'votes in the Council were as open at the city hall as those for stoc...

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. — 22 February 1902

A' SCOTT COUNTY tllCIlER Vol. I. BENTON, MO FEBRUARY 22, 1902. No. 15. Phil. Hafner Interviewed. o A Parmer asks about Existing Con ditions. Evil Influence of Money in Politics. Unequal Assessments. Last week a tenant, farmer who linn fcpent his life in producing wealth from mother earth, entered the Kick er oflico and wan asked to bo seated. He in nn industrious man and has no bad habits yet his fnco was pinched mid hiit clothes were not of the sort that should cover the body of a man who has helped to make Scott county the garden spot of Southeast Mis souri. His word is as good for a dollar as is that of any man In the county, and his back is bent front toil. After n brief conversation the editor ventured to remark: "How do you like the Kicker?" "I like it very well," replied the farmer, "but It makes mo mad every time I read it." "What do you got mad at?" "Why, at the way tho men we elect to represent us do. If what you say is so, then it is just awful." "Well, what you see in 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. — 22 February 1902

saaaaaaaMKBBrBrvJBBe IK? e, Si-. I - I I , v 2B i f aaBaaaEitfH aaaaaaaaaaf l11 LaaaaaaaaR aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaKra rf-t 3 Tir-.r j Scott Comity ftkkr TOriCS OF Til DAT. Happenings in Missouri. I Al Tree DmL 15. P. .Stephens, ii prominent hortfc eultiirlst of Nebraska, has distributed free to farmer of his state 4J.000 np pie trees on condition that they will be cultivated nccordlnrj to his dlrec tlon. Mr. Stephen will receive one half of the yield for a ccrtnln num ber of ye. Man' Pnmmlhr In Peril. An (nklnnd (Cul.) judpe hns made , mnpt serious rimntilt on the vcMed riirht.s of the male of the human pe- 1 tie. This tainted jurist makes the i tstoundlnir decision that a wife hns I the ume liberty as a husband to stay ! ut nluhts ntid keep knowledge of her thereabout to herself. Askvtl In n I.nmp 9am. The appropriation afced for the ex IeneS of 'etiators who attend-d President McKinlcy's funeral i C 41.i. It Is a.ktd in a lump sum, prob ably beeaue an itemized account would not...

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. — 22 February 1902

FACTS ABOUT GAPES. Three Baeellcat Wars of Freventlsa) Daaaer from laftellon aaa Ian Reliable Cares. The gape worm (lint mature In the windpipe ot the chick, musing the dlsene, in developed from a parasite, and like other perm dlarnxoa I easier prevented thnn cured; nnd con be prevented If the chick Is not permit ted to come In contact with the para tlte. Now there are three way to prevent thin danger of Infection. I'lrM Is to hatch your chickens very early, no they will be feathered before the ground gets warm enough to In cubntc the gape worm microbe. The (second wny In, keep your chicks where It U perfectly dry nit the tTime, ai It takes molHturc ns well as warmth to develop the paranlte. As you cannot raluc chicks without wnrmth, says the writer In Nutlonul Stockman, you must prevent moisture, or you surely will have gnpes If your yards are In fested. The third, and better wny. Is to rntsc your chicks each year In a new place. I suggest a rotation ns f ol lows: Uegln on the east...

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 February 1902

fS4 Mia I 8C0TT COUNTY KICKER H IK It. ! r.'v "1, I. iV HP hi at. Ktitctml nt tb pMt offlrr la lUnlun. Mo., as V'.branry 14, IMS, mvond-duM mail muttrn Published lit SATURDAY my Dciituu, Mo., every : Phil. A. Hafnkr. OKKtCIAL I'Al'KK OK SCOTT COUNTY Bubscriiitioii, 1.(M Per Year. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Subject to the Democratic Primary Election. Saturday, April 5, 1902. roR roxnRKra: HOX. W. 1. VAXDIVER. KOrt nEPRESKNTAflTtS .' LON B. WILLIAMS. FOR PROBATE JVDOE: ALEXANDER WRIGHT. ron ntEsnuNo jvpoe county cocrt, WILLIAM REEDER. ASSOCIATE JfDttE SECOND DISTRICT: JOSEPH UTXAGE. W. R. 11ATT3. TOR COLLECTOR OK THE ItEVESVE! ROBERT L. HARRISON. FOB SHERIFF! LOUIS P. GOBER. JOSEPH F. WATK1XS. FOR 1'ROSECUTISO ATTORNEY! FRANK KELLY. FOR CIRCUIT CLERK! ROBERT L. STUBBLEFIELP. FOR RECORDER OF DEEPS: V. L. HARRIS. HOW THEY BO SQUIRM. It is Interesting to watch the Rus sell organs in their efforts to find something to say against Congress man VatuHver that will "hold water." Since the people hare bee...

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. — 1 March 1902

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER 3 Vol. I. BENTON, MO., MARCH I, .1902. No. 16. A PRESS CENSORSHIP. that Apfceafo to be the Next "Bleisiug" the Ad ministration at Washington Will dive Us. FroM TtMCoMoatr. Two weeks ago The Commoner re ferred to a ruling ot the postofflco department and published the editor's letter requesting further in formation. It is only fair to the readorsofThe Commoner that they should be informed ot the depart ment's reply. Below will be found a letter recently received from Hon. Edwin C. Madden, third assistant postmaster general: "Washington, D. Cm Feb. 7, 1002. Hon. Wm. Jennings Bryan, Lincoln, Neb. Sir: In response to your favor of the 81st ultimo, permit me to sug gest that while It may not be "in cumbent upon the proprietor of a paper to inquire into the reason for a subscription when the subscription is received," he can hardly be ignor ant of an effort, either individual or combined, to extend the circulation of his publication to non-subscribers in furtherance of...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 1 March 1902

fir ' ''St' If El 8 V '. !! ii la Hi v to:'" Scott Comity ticker. hil. a. mm, rMUhw. fiEXTON. t i MISgQUnt. TOPICS OP Til DAT. koaldn't aire It Away. Mrs. Mnry Smith, of Philadelphia, lolms to be 100 years oW. There it no reason why the should give It mvny, unless she desires to show the effect of renewing husbands. She ha4 four la ker day. A Coincidence. It wns n mere coincidence that tm the dny the steel trust announced ltd profits for nine months as $84,000,000 the census bureau announced the population of the United Stntes nnd their possessions, s S4.000.000 souls. The trust did not fix on a dollar heard ns it3 profits. Area of rarest Reserve. According to the annual report of the United States geological survey, the areas of all the forest reserves nmount to T0.04T square miles. These. 37 In number, lie In Washington, Ore pon, California. Montana. Wyoming, Utah. Colrvrado. New Mexico, Arizona, Idaho o-.ul South Dakota. The Best Missouri News Annorlna- Llttxntloti Blocked. A f ,...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
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