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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 6 February 1904

ft ( nniDtma a island an. Munrnitna KnuliirrrlnB. !We have in I line lins-l been told much tt wonderful feats in railroad building, end mutli linn licn written f the en; finccrinu ntiill nnd itarinn thnl directed lie ccniric of Ihe iron hnrsc ncroM the tilnln nml ttinutitnin tlint lie between lie MiMotiri river nml the Purine Ocean. "In (lie mnmleiir nnd iiiuiiiiltiide of the undertaking, the Union I'ncilie Central l'acitie hn never lieen eqiinleil. The energy nnd pernevernnec with which the Work wn urged forward, nnd tho rn pidity with which it wni executed, nra without n inrallel In history," weie the Statement nf the special covcrnnient com fnimioneis to t!ic Secretary of the In terior. Thirty-five year nun there wis no time tn spend on work similar to that which has jut been completed. Then the world wn watching while the builders of the fnion Pacific nnd Central l'acitie raced for supremacy. It win n maniiiliccnt con toM. nut nmvadnv the owner of the road have been brought to e...

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. — 6 February 1904

BCOTT COUNTY KICKER Watered at the poetofflreln Benton, Mo., on Pebrssry 14, lm, at aacoiiil-claaa nmll matter. Published nt Benton, Mo., every SATURDAY BY -t- 1HIL. A. HAiWER. Subscription, - $1.00 Per War. Pop Governor 1004, JOSEPH W. FOLK. For Attorney-General, DAVID A. It ALL. For the Penitentiary. THE STATE HOUSE KING. ANNOUNCEMENT CARDS. I hereby announce my rnndM'uy f.ir Collector of Scott county aubjift to thu Dciuo, ratio prim iiry. nnd aollclt your enpprr. AuTHcn chrismox. I hereby announce rayaelf n rnntllrintp for I'ol. frctorofthe Ketpnne of Scott nimity mtbjeft to the I'etuorratlc rlmnry. 0. It. HL'.NTKU. THEIR CONSISTENCY. Hon. J. J. Russell ot this city, n ntoekltoltler In tlio Cairo Niitionul Bank, attended u. lmniU't nt that place Inst Tuesday. Ch a r 1 o s ton Courier. Yes, siree; Mr. Russell is a banker of at least two states. And if elected to Congress he could represent the Aatioual nanus or Illinois quite as well us those of Missouri. Mr. Russell is seekinir t...

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. — 13 February 1904

- :t.- SCOTT COUNTY lilGKBR Vol. 3 r BENTON, MO., FEBRUARY 13, 1904. No. 14. PHIL. HAFNEIVS STUMP SPEECH TO THE BEANVILLE NATIVES. (Continued from lust-week. The report of the "spotter" that itheto was an lucreiised attendance .nt the Dean villcmeetiiigcnuscd much alarm among tin- politicians. Their .organ having fulled to reach the natives by appealing to their vanity now proceeded to hiininieroti their religious prejudices, and In the latest issue appeared the folio whip: "Phil Hufucr treated the Bennvllle natives to another of hit tirades .iignlnst good government und the Democratic parry. Thin time ho went far enough for the people to nee plainly the trail of the svrpmt that .mingles with his every notion. He denounced religion and mild that preachers preached for money only, .'and that our legislative assemblies should not be opened with prayer. The Bennvllle luitlves are good, jnoral and Christian people and will justly relink this hluspliemer If he .again attempts to talk to ...

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. — 13 February 1904

so-Mir . v - BoBHottv - m-? I i , 11' t rr- rw '11 i-r ! r Scott County flicker, 9UtU A. MAHHK, rmblltiw. MXTQ& . tin FEBRUABY...1904 Sen. Mon. Tuw.1 Wtd. Thn. Fri. jtalN X 2 3 4 5 0 JT J 0 10 U jji TIT ll.15 10 17 18 T 20 21 2'j 23 24 25 20 27 28 20 1 P.M. 0TL.O. AN.II, lit. H.8U1. W 1 6lh. 4lh. Prof. Itlai-li. or Wisconsin, declare that thoro nro 07.S17.4.I2 liiirlvrln on n um-ilollur hill. V knew tlii' nnmher vhs larp, but coiilil novcr Uppi llic bill Jons i-iioiih In i'nniltuili count. A tlrooldyn man recently slolo fiom Ills cniiloiT $2,noo worth of lccrsllns. .Ho Is now scrvlim a term In Sine .Sin fur working i sUIn pitne. and rolltotlnt; that tliL-y wn dear skins Indeed. Tin' wife of thu warden of the NorrlF town (I'a.) Jail prevented the escape of twodrsperate prisoners with an unload d revolver. The prisoners evidently appreciated the ubsolute fatality of this Ittud of weapon. A music writer named Houlihan went Inad luvaui Ii could not write a pop ular Mini:, and bepnn ...

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. — 13 February 1904

i $100,000,000 FIRE AT BALTIMORE, ID. Hnglng Willi UnrcstrlneTFnry Ad Is mill Unchecked. HAS DESTROYED AIL THE MCE ST6RES IN WHOLESALE IISTMCT, Involving a Low Which Hu Al ready Reached Over One Hua dred MilUon Dollara, FIRE DEPARTMENT POWERLESS TO MAKE ANY RESISTANCE. Situation 80 Desperate That Build lnga Wore Dynamited to Pre vent Spread of Flamea. POSTAL TELEGRAPH AND WESTERN UNION BUILDINOS DESTROYED. Department Aided By Engines From Washington, Philadelphia and Wilmington. Dally Record, American, Sua and News Put Out ol Buslaett. The Cnntlnrntnt 11 ml I'nlun Trait Co.' .Mnsslti- Office lliilldlnas W'ere IleMrns-eHl. The I'lrc I xilll rutihiu norm Blocks 11 f IIiiIIiIIiik With Irrpalsstllilr Force. Daltimnrc, Md., Fcli. 8, 2 a. m. Mon day. At this hour the lire Is utterly beyond control and the residential dis tricts are In Imminent danger. The burned area Is three-quarters of a mile long and from two to eight Mocks wide. More than fifty blocks of business buildings hnvo been c...

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 February 1904

jftCbTT COUNTY KTflKTCR "" pom hum m , Beaton, mo., on (ffff I M. jHH, a MMMtl-eUHw mail matter. MM, v If- I v.v tic l ft. Iff St.. 1 Published at Benton, Mo., every SATURDAY BY : PHIL. A. HAK.NKR. Subscription, 91.00 Per Tear. ANXOU.NCKMENT CARPS. H sent, for flrnt ton word, nnd le for each nddl Monti word per week. I hereby announce my candidacy for collector fit Menu county nbwt tit the Democratic prlra ray, and eollclt your eapport. AnT(v CBMeuox. I berebr announce r.vturlf a camlldato lor Col lector of the llevennent Scott connty nblect to the Democratic primary. C. R. Hc.itur. I hereby tinnoniice myself n a candidate fur ii.cMor.,nbWt to the actlun of tb; Democratic liilmnrr. C.C. Mvn. I hereby nutionnco mynelt an a candidate for nweexnr, ttUJ.'ct to th action nl the Democratic l'rlmary. n It. L. Of .K. EI. BUTL1SR OOKS FREE. As I Imvo often said, when Ed. But lr goes to tho penitentiary, I'll no. I tun not nfrnid tlmt the lisuicwrrttle party of Missouri will lock Itself up. I...

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 February 1904

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. "fc; Vol. 3 BENTON, MO., FEBRUARY 20, 1904. NO. 15. PHIL. HAFNER'S STUMP SPEECH TO THE BEANVILLE NATIVES. Lawyers Skinner and Cranberry, the two Men tent out to locate Farmer Jones, found him still sitting on the log deeply Interested in the Kicks. "Haven't you read nbont enough ot that stuff?" inquired Lawyer Bklnner. "Call it 'stuff' it yon want to," re plied Farmer Jones, "but I notion that none of you take advantage of Hafner's offer of space to reply." Lawyer Cranberry broke out in a sneering laugh as lie put in: "Oh. pshaw, Mr. Jones, I nm surprised at you being so easy. Dou't you under tand Ilafner? He's Just snm be tans he was defeated for office." "Seems to me I've heurd that he fore," returned Fanner Jones in a way to convince the politicians that he was not so easy after all. Lawyer Bklnner frowned a frown and suggested that nil go to break fast. At the breakfaxt table the plane for the day were outlined, and after the meal some fished and some hunted...

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 February 1904

Scott County ftkltcr. I TWXU At HArXKH. FaBlUfcW, feKKTOX 1 lCSSOUltt TOPICS OF THE DAY. J' Yinitlirnl Ambition. It Is not likely that Panama's desire to own a navy will Inst any longer than it takes to find nut that a first class battleship costs from $4,000,000 up. Wim dome Solon Slighted f Tim Iowa legislature has under con sideration another nntl-rallwoy pass bill. And wo may safely hazard the Btiess that It Is as much anti-pass now ns It ever wl'.l he. ltrluht Prnnpeet. Prospects are bright for several steel battleships to be reposing In old ocean's mud before long, nnd we shall find out MimethhiK lse nbout their machinery that won't work when It comes to ac tual fighting. To (llHtlfy Ambition. Chicago's lire made a great city. Bal timore's may make another; but let lit. hope cities will not take to burning tlieinsehcs down Instead of holding world's fairs in order to gratify their nmbllion. 'ciiri' I'nIU lo Work. If the scientist who dUsemlnated the theory that mouey was full ...

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 February 1904

1 -7 f J. l 1 - W PRAIRIE LAND, (Editorial Corrtipondcncr.) . MOOSE JAJV, Anlnlbeta. Wtrmtri' lUvlew, Chicago, July J2. loci. "Most of the prairies In the United States have ceaud to exist. Man hat broken them up with orchards, forests and farm buildings. But In Western Canada the prairies still stretch grand ly from horizon to horizon as yet un manned by the hand of man, save where the Iron road has been laid. To city man there Is something de llclously restful about the vast grassy solitudes. "Numerous clumps of trees mark the course or the Asslnlbolne River, which keeps In sight of the railroad for some distance. "Onus Is one of the notable things About all the Inmtccape of Western Canada. It Is a remarkable fact that tho entire length of the Canadian Pa cine railway from Its eastern terminus to the Rocky mountains Is over plains where grass grows. The sage brush appears at some points, but never to the exclusion of grass. There Is thus not- a mile of this country that cannot bo ...

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 February 1904

intmJ - A REN ass. i n j vk r i jl. --a 'S Know ?! -jes-s: CTI9N AT BAUDENDISTEL'S ! :c'-.o:.c.ookj-c Since I must give possession and retire from business in the summer, I have only a few months left in which to dispose of my enormous stock of gooc's. To mke these goods go I must offer them at a sacrifice. Do you j& j& E V S B S 3 ft B ITMiwMYou Meet.lt In the Boad? IMMItHN Hardware. 3 down good, long handled shovels, reduced from nV to 3 doien ditto spades " 7i t, 5 doz. good in:iiiti"M forks. rviri W.v o 8 doz. German garden hoes. " ti.Vto 3 dot. good garden lavs were "0c now 3 doz. good garden :nkf.wer.:'..Vtiov 2 iK2. jiost-hute diggers, were 7.V umv 2 doz. bet crosscut safes, were 4 now 1 doz. turtle-tooth miws, wne $:t.."0. 2 doz. good lio tif J-..i vm. were 7V.. now 3 doz. Myer's hay-iirr!ct. were 00 Jl doz. hayforks iv-'ucd from 91 ."o to 300 pal. Sherwin-Wilhani i o ii. v;n 91.7."(r)92.00 per w:l-!t.( I'll) gill, good ready ,, ; : HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN FIELO 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. — 27 February 1904

? 'Mm k Li. " if? ft H Bl 4flb dfllB flJivi fJlvft fllft fcB flUft mJWbp (Lfcfc Vol. 3 BENTON, MO., FEBRUARY 27, I904. No. 16. kum m K n lioT A DT. FROM KELSO. rK0M dlo DUETT. BEANVILLE. FARMER JONES AT BENTON. The week pa Med as it usually pas at on men occasions, and when Farmer Jones readied home Friday evening he found the court house organ with the following article (narked: "TheBeanvllle natives have reason to feel proud of the men in authority in Scott county. It is understood that the county court has under consideration a proposition to ap propriate Ave thousand dollars on roads and bridge In that district. The Beauvllle neighborhood is popu lated with a most thrifty people, and their loyalty to the Democratic party speaks volumes for their In telligence. Uneof its most prominent citlsena Is Farmer Jones, whose loy alty to tlio party has gained for him the confidence and esteem of our best dtiseus, und it is to be hoped that the court will not Ignore Farmer Jones in selecti...

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 February 1904

it Scott ffowwty ftkhtr, A. MATXKH. m.ltsast. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Prrpnrhin for Lmtej War. Japan Is preparing far a long war, Which shows cool Judgment In looltlDS, JUt for eventualities. The first rcqul lie In fighting Russia is to remember that It Is n largo proposition. Can Tn Ik TlirntiBh Them All. A Korean's fad Is to own 40 differ ent kinds of hats. He has an oppor tunity to talk through them all. now iic Japanese and Russians art ; Korea a battle ground. IWJWB!flre can rule a great city for il hows, as In Haltlmorc, wiping out ?w-t". naaajMHUirwork mid setting at naught tmmm bwi BKiiuiu inline agmnsi 11. ,:CiOiehow acquires a new view ol ;Ur'a sublime power and of man's MtMinltcance. lite. ieJesrK 15 ll'. Vital Pnlttl Oticiirf1. The Japanese now charge that the ..Russians fired the first shot of the war. Evidence concerning this ques tion should be very carefully collected, as It wIJI no doubt have a strong In fluence In determining the assessments of the costs during the peac...

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 February 1904

GOOD SHOVELING BOARD. Vow Scooplntr Corn, Potatoes, Ktc., la. to a WnKon Bos Thin la With- ' oat Uuaal. A good serviceable shoveling board to bs attached to the farm wagon for scooping corn, potatoes, etc., la mad aa follows: For a wagon box 24 or 26 Inches deep make your board 30 Inchei high and just aa wide as the outside measure of the box. On each side nail a piece of good tough plank six Inches wide at the bottom and tapering to a point at the top, make these pieces two Inches longer than the shoveling boards, allowing the projection at the bottom. -Two Inches from the bottom of these boards and even with the bottom of the shoveling boards saw a notch three Inches deep from back side or the board and split out to the bot torn; next nail a 2x1 under the back waoon Ban, bhovkunq hoard Fon wagon. end of the wagon box allowing half of it to project behind the box for shoveling board to rest on; also make It long enough to project three inches beyond the sides of the box for notches...

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 February 1904

E?v I .8 I i,v SCOTT COUNT K1CKKR. KatMtd M tb pott oRlro In llrnton, Mo., tm Ptbrnujr 14. toi, m nmHirt-clww mnll mutter. Published ut Denton, Mo., every Saturday dy : Pint,. A. Hafnkr.. ANSOtrXCKMKNT CAM). 1 am A randldnt. for th niHoc of .Unoclntc Jiilivof thrConotjr Court for tbi' Nui'ond ttltt labltct to tb lii'iuiu-rntlc prlmiiry. FRANK MiUIUW. I km it MBdklnt tor tbs offlv uf I'roaeriitlng Attont.r uf Scott county ablttt to tlu lnuo trntle primary. MMUAN I.. AY WOOD. I hereby announce m.v cnmllitiip.r for Coilrctnr of Scott cooatr unujrct to tlio IVinoi'mlli ptl ray, and nollclt your auppurt. AuTtii'HCHniiitoi. I b.rtby ntinonnre roytrlf n cunilMiUt- Mr Col twtur of tlw IteTeniti' of Scott cuttnty iticrt to lb.- Dtiuorrutlc prliunry. ('. It. IIcnteii. I htrrby announce niym-H n a i-nnill.latp for niwMior, utiH't to th action of thj I'vium'tullc primary. C. Mvcrns. I hereby announce tnysclf nt it ritndMnt fot lUMiuwir, .tthjrct to the nrlloti of til.' Dcliioiriitlc prlm iry. l...

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 March 1904

: 0, ' tf. f SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 3 BENTON, MO., MARCH 5, 1904. No. 17. MORE ABOUT MACHINE WORK. Precincts With Less Than 100 Votes Have StandingMarshall Has an Opponent. No The Kicker wus in error lost week In giving the number of delegates to which each precinct was entitled, but auch an error Is excusable when it le considered that I went to Chairman Kingsbury and asked for Informa tion, which he seemed unable to give. He didn't seem to know anj more what happened than I did and I was there ouly five minutes. When asked whether the meetings were to be pre clnct or township, Mr. Kingsbury re piled emphatically, "precinct." But since my eVort to get information, it seems that the ehalrman and secret ary got together and fixed it, nnd in the "awflsbur organ appeared the following notice: "N'oticv Is hereby given that there will be Democratic meetings held in each township ia Scott county, Mo., on Tuesday, March 8, 1004, for the purpose ofelectingdelegutes tocoun y contention to...

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 March 1904

Scott County ftklKr, , a. atwe, iiua.t. KtTOX a JOMOUB& 19041 MARCH 1 1904 1UN, I WON. I TUt I Wttt I THU. I HI, SAT, &4- 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 io ii 12 34 5 ,6 "7 18 '9 20 21 22 23242526 271281293031 Jta. TOPICS OF THE DAY. The Open Door. About the only door that Is now open In Manchuria is the one that leads to the cyclone cellar. Credit Milliliter Outdone. The Siberian railroad cost $337 ft telle more than the Union Pacific, and It had no Credit Mobllier deals, cither. The IntKieent fpertntur. Korea Is a "disinterested spectator" In the sense that a crippled rat over which two terriers are flslitltiR Is a disinterested spectator of the dog right, WiiltltiK tn nr Shown. The Cossack has been heralded to Ihe world as a desperate fighter. Ho will soon have a chance to live or die up to his advance notices. Jitnnn'n Tnml drouth, Japan bought Its first warship In !$ and now Its navy has grown to 123 vessels. A people that can accom plish such a feat in 3:' yeirs are a force of some i...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 5 March 1904

WESTERN CANADA'S RE SOURCES., ' Farming Very ueeessfl By Western or Northw.est Canada It usually meant the great agricultural country west of Ontario, and north of Minnesota, North Dakota, and Montana. Part of It Is agricultural prairie, treelens In places, park like In others, part it genuine plains, Well adapted to cattls ranches; part requires Irrigation for successful tillage, most of It docs not. The political divisions of this region are the Province of Manitoba and the terri torial district of Asslnlbola, Saskat chewan, Alberta and Athabask, At present, however, the latter Is too re mote for Immediate practical purposes. The general character of the soil of Western Canada Is a rich, black, clay loam with a clay subsoil, Such a soli Is particularly rich In food for the wheat plant. The subsoil Is a clay, which re tains the winter frost until it Is thawed out by the warm rays of the sun and drawn upward to stimulate the growth of the young wheat, so that even In dry seasons whe...

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 March 1904

PrW EM?. . fib I j SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. at tb DMt una In llaaton. Un.. on Tttnuj 11, INI, M ttcond-ctitu mull intt r. IX MEMORIAL. Published at Benton, Mo., every Batvbsay by -: Phil. A. IIakxer. ANXOr.VCSMIXT cams. I kmbjr snnnnaM tnyavlt a candidate (or th offlc of prowcntln Altnnw of Krott County, aibltct to tb Ittuiorratlc prlmnrjr. Kl.AM II, Mat.. t hrby annaaiiFO m.Tnoll a randldat (or It p. rtMatatlrt n( tirntt coant.r In tb Unrl An Mrabljr ol MlMOUrt. ntijcvt to thn Democratic prlmnrj. Euian Iuvuiiinty. t bcrvby unnonne rayntll a rnmlldut (or the oBli' of. I'mldlng JadM o( tb Contuy Conn, ibtt to tb P.uiucratlc primary. WAHIIX C. I.AMBRRT. I bmby nnnonor taywlfn raudldatr lor tb cltlo nt AMocInt .Imlirv of th County Court fur tb.i Sriiind Dlatrlit, lubjrrt to tb bmmitl primary, w, r, HrrrnTCTLEi. I btrby annonnf rajmelf n cnmtlilnt tor th offlc of AMudnfc- .IuUk rr tin-Comity Conrt fur tb Second Dlitrlct, lubjoot to the Drniocmtli primary. i'hak. Mooat. I am a rnndldnt (or t...

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 March 1904

i!Km Wey-v SCOTT COUNTY mCKER Vol. 3 BENTON, MO., MARCH 12, 1904. No. 18. it Farris Carries Scott County, Marshall Got But Two ol the Eight Townships. Farmers Turned Out Tues day and Precinct Meet ings Were Large. Joe Folk Endorsed. That rumbling you hwnnl Thurs day was no vokiitiin eruption. It wks only a rear-end collision of tlit Heott county ring with tlm celling. The farmers did tmlatt work. Tup day wuh u holiday with them, and they tduyed their part well. Mar shall carried but two of the eight townships of the county, and Ltisk's precinct in Tywnppity. Hp wput In to the convention hen? Thursday with unvotes, while Farris of Stoil-1 on DOWN IN NEW MADK1D. Well, they hold their "mass" meet ing down in Nun- Madrid, and It was u loud-smelling affair. The action of the machine committee in refusing to submit tlio names of state candidates to the people at tlio primary a roused the rural roosters and the farmurs from ull over the county swarmed into New Madrid last Saturday. But far...

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 March 1904

Scott County flicker. 9USU A. AWtE, raMltfcet. BUEXTQXa . 1904 MARCH 1 190 SUN. I WON. TUB WED. I TMU. I HI. I T," lirJIM nt 1 J I J 6 7 8 9 io ii i2 1314 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23242526 27 28 39 30 3 1-5-2- TOPICS OF THE DAY. Texn nnd Preacher. Two preachers were thrashed by a Texas mob because a man was expelled from church. They take their relig ion hard In Texas. Itnllrnnil to rout lil.MMMMM). The Santa Fe railroad's branch line from San l-'rattelsco to Eureka, Hum boldt county. Cal.. will cost $12.noo.0it0. U will traverse a mountainous country. A C'r- for itnti-tmntl. Five men are dead in Indian terrt- tory from drlnnklng lemon extract. It Is about time to admit the territory Into the union merely for the purpose vt caving life. Whnt'-, Com I im to 'Km. Let the Japs take warnlnc. Old Gen. Klllemoff, the celebrated Col. Drapenv off and the redoubtable Mai. Blow. cmhlghskyskl arc on their way to the front with blood In their eyes. The Best Missouri News IV nt it Mint Willi Tnij...

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