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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 16 April 1904

rw "f, --i-r "flea ,4" I The case of Miss Frankte Oner, of Boston, Miss., is In teresting to all women. "DzAn Mm. PiffsnAUi I suffered tnltcrv for several years. My back ached find I had bearing-down pains, and fro- ?iuent headaches. I would often walco rom a restful sleep In such pain and misery that it would be hours before I could close my eyes again. I dreaded be lonjf nights and weary davs. I could do no work. I consulted differ nt physicians hoping to get relief, but, finding that their medicines did jot euro me, 1 tried Lydla E. Pink nam's Vegetable Compound as it was highly recommended to me. X am glad that I did so, for I soon found that it was tho medicine for my case. Very soon I was rid of every echo and Jain and restored to perfect health, feel splendid, have a flno appetite, and have gained In weight a lot." Miss Fiuskie Oases, 14 Warrcnton Ht., Boston, Mass. -15000 forfeit eWef-al ' Wilt gtiMlntmu cannot te pro i Surely you cannot wish to re main wcak,lcknnl discourag...

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. — 16 April 1904

8C0TT COUNTY K1CKEH. ftiiVittd M tat tot offlcs In llruton, Mo., mi fbrp.fy 14, iws. u ikuiiiI-cIiuw mull matter. Published nt lk'titon, Mo., every Saturday by : Phil. A. Hakneu. Subscription, 91.00 Per Year. LOOKS LIKE FOLK NOW. Three weeks ago the Kickkk seri ously doubted the ability of the peo ple to crush n state machine so Ini pretftmbly backed up by a supreme court of its own creation, but It looks different now. Mr. Polk is making a clean sweep wherever ho goes. Last Saturday lie carried six counties In cluding Cole county in which Jeffer son City is located. Not only did Mr. Folk curry Cole county, but also the city In which is located the enpi tol building, thegovcruor's mansion, the state supreme court and the pen itentiary. The standing of the gubernatorial candidates at this time is as follows: A SKNATOR SENTENCED. United States Senator llurton. of Two eorntlwrBvlIIe 8nmrt Alecks Kansas, was lined ?2,r,00 nnd sen- wrote to two lady members of n show tenced to six months...

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. — 23 April 1904

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VoL 3 BENTON, MO., APRIL 23, 1904. No. 24. A LIVELY TIMEL The Old Committee Went Out and the New In Dr. Witt, u Orklatl Folk Support, MkM m GhKn.-OoimitiM 0fMriof8atetutialMn. Early In thedayBaturday thecom tnltteemen from valous parts of the county began to Arrive. A majority of the newly elected committee are farmers not accustomed to such work , nd they got In early to catch all that was going on. One committeeman approached the editor, admitted his ignorance of such matters, said he wanted to do right and wanted to know how to ascertain what was the proper thing to do. I knew the man to be a close obser ver, and said to him, "Just mix with the crowd and you'll soon mid out." An hour later 1 met him and he had developed into a worker and leader. Said I, "Well, Chris, how ore you get tiag along?" Said he, "If u fellow just watches he can catch on to a heap." The struggle was over the organi sation of the new committee. It was the old Marshall and antl-Marshnll...

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. — 23 April 1904

Scott County ftklKr. "n. i MAtuxu, r-anitaaa, "God knows I am Innocent," declared Senator Burton, and yet even the Unit ed States district court refused to permit him to escape. It hat been dlicoverc-d that the "bluet" re only a form of splancklnlc neuras thenia, due to Intra-abdominal venous congestion. Cheer up it may not be truct I The presidential candidate concern ing, whom the public knows nothing has a distinct advantage over the can didate about whom the public knows too much. Three mall lines In Porto Rico are served by American contractors who use automobile la the work. In jome respect, the outlying possessions are more than keeping up with the pace. ! The. bank deposits In Kansas are equivalent to $H9.S9 (or every man, woman and child In the state. Another food wheat crop will make it ncces?ary to renew the hasps on the Kansas pock-etbook. Another man connected with the trial ef the cases of Jctt and White has been found murdered In Dreathitt county, Kentucky. We fear 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. — 23 April 1904

- - -4 Z I BlTlnii i ii I aTeaSaTeareataaTea aTtat r7rfiHP - rWK BABY CALVES. I FOR THE COW THAT JUMPS. Vera V a Little Device Which Will Beforai the Most Vicious An imal in tho Herd. 8celng a call for actireforajiimpltift cow, I have a simple device that has worked well with fllVFfilf fltlrl till ftiAtih- bors, as a preventive for jumping or crawling mrougn wire rence. Take a common tic chain (such as U used for FOn THE JUMl'lNQ cow. cow tie), and a halter rlni; loose on the lower end, loop the lower end around a llsht fence post IS Inches from the small end. and In the loose ring; draw snug and fasten with a fence staple. Attach It to the row In the or dinary way: It Is IlKht. cheap, and so much more comfortable for the cow than the ordinary devices In tife. See cut Rural New Yorker. INTRODUCTION OF SCREENS Urged by Dairy and Creamery In spectors as a Protection Against Files and Germs. Screens are now being extensively used In the creameries managed by the most progressive creame...

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. — 23 April 1904

JtiMfwt ni U MrtoffiMla tltiton. Ha,, on rtrwjr It, 1M2, iKnad-dimi vuul waiter. PubUslwd ut 4aTVRBT bt Reutoti, lo,, every : PL. A. Bakxrr. Subscription, f 1,00 Pr Year. IN TIME OF 1'EtCE. At Fcnsacolo, Pla., Inst week, the battleship Missouri, Texas nnd Prookl.ru were at target practice. I ..il? L J "5 armed by the United State- under unless it is to show off, spend the t. . V i ritiuiMJ i lie pt'oi-luiimthm ot tlii'ttov eriior or tho military, into the bull pen Im goes. About tiOO rollltlninpn ore in charge of tlio town aud are running things to suit themselves' In Telluride martial law, which was declared off n few days fro, bas been again installed uud ubout 400 sold iers have been sent there In charge of the notorious Shermau Bell. In this Instance also, it is said, the mine owners hired the soldiers from the Rovenior. All military forces an people's money for uuiuuition and leach men lion- to destroy life mid property. To destroy your competitor seems to be the hlgliest aim o...

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. — 30 April 1904

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. ?7 rasa ail Vol. 3 BENTON, MO., APRIL 30. 1904. No. 25. OBSERVATIONS BY THE KICKER MAN. How th Slut King Mmy Yet Side-TracK Mr. TolK. Something About The Liquor Traffic a Revenue Producer. Who Pays it? To a man up a tree it would op pear that Mr. Folk, has a straight ahoot (or the governor's chair, but to a man who has watched Missouri affairs as the editor of this paper has watched them, it appears different. While I have really and truly prayed for Mr. Folk's success, yet I must admit my confidence in the in fallibility of the machine backed by the state committee and the supreme court. The whale state of Missouri thought that Ed Butler would, nt least, have his case remanded for a new trial even though the verdict of the lower court was upset. But it wasn't. Ed Butler's case was reversed and dismissed. From the beginning thocditor told yon that when Ed Butler went to the penitentiary, he would go with liim. To some this may have appeared as taking desperate c...

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. — 30 April 1904

! ft r Scott County itkkr. 1 HAfKEB, rblUhf, 190 APRIL 1904 UW. MON. TUB It tO I THU I f RI. SAT. tt 9 D LtMm hi r jii lu aM I 2 ' till HnJ 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 IO II 12 13 14 15 16 I l8 19 20 21 22 23 24I25I26I27I28 2Q 30 1 rgrltirrHtrrfttrriiritttitt I WWW WW wwwwvw WWW W BWWWVv Missouri State Gleanings. Accordtss to HusMm experience, th Hiost deadly danger of naval warfare II our own submarine mines. It has been discovered that the "blue" re only a form of splancltlnlc neuras thenia, due to Intra-abdominal venoui congestion. Cheer up It may not bi true! No wonder the Kansas ttii itmc court has decreed that the Ulbl" may bound In the schools, considering the line of etatetmen Kansas has been turning out of late. A Cleveland man bet that he could drink a quart of whishy. and did It. The only mistake he made was in not iuallnu the bet larre enough to coer the funeral eNpcnsca. Coal of a quality almost equal to an thracite has been found In Alaska nni the beds cover S3 square miles. Th natu...

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. — 30 April 1904

' v.'. ii-y 7 V. I BBSBBSSiVaSBSSSSBBBSBlBBBBBBSBI A NOSPITAL SECRETS. ANurtiSayi: " Po-ru-nt It a Tdnio of Efficiency." Mns. KATE TAYLOR. Mrs. Kate Taylor, a graduated nurse ot prominence, gives her ex perience with Peruna In an open letter. Her position In toeletyand professional Handing combine to give special prominence to herut terances. fjniCAOO, ILL., 42T Monroe St. " As far ns 1 have observed l'cruno Is tho finest tonic any man or woman can use who Is weak from tho after effceta of any serious illness. "I have seen It used in a number ol convalescent cases, ami have seensev oral other tonics used, but I found that those who used Peruna had the quickest relief. "Peruna ueemt to restore vitality, Increase Bodily vigor and renew health and strength In a wonderfully short time." MRS. KATE TAYLOR. In view of the pirat multitude ol women sufforlnir from some form of fc male disease and yet unable to find any cure, Dr. Ilartman, the renowned spe cialist on female catarrhal dixenses...

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. — 30 April 1904

8C0TT COUNTY KICKEH. tiurtd at th. MttoAwla ISnton. Mo., on rabnar; 14, im. MMMHklui mall matt. Subscription, 1.00 Per Year. EUROPEAN PLAN, fl PER DAY. No. .1721, Olive 8trtt. TOKYO - HOUSE! Mm, Jbmxic Baker, Ppop. On principal st reet car line to Worlds Fair nnd Business Center. 8721. Olive St. ST. LOUIS. AS TO PRESIDENT. The Kicker has not meddled In national politics to any extent. There is enough to Attend to at home. Organised wealth seems to have the national government by the throat, and the only way to drive it from power is to begin at the bottom and work up. Recon Btruction must begin at the bottom. This will take time. However, orgnnized capital Is not altogether pleased with Mr. Rosevelt. Hescems to havo a little buck-bone, and that Is a detect not relished by the trust. Accordingly they have sprung one Judgo Parker, of Sew York, on thr Democrats, and tho capitalistic press of the nation is booming him witli much activity. Mr. Parker hns the support of Mr. Cleveland and ...

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 May 1904

Vol.3 OBSERVATIONS BV THE EDITOR. A Ptw Tips For ThoM Who Doubt that the State JYUchlnt It Not Equal to Any Emorxtncy. BaaaaaaaaasaMPaaaaaaaaaanvppvRnMPn9iaaBwiBj..''j j&seai&jf ammmimmflWRBWwsHiHHSJt . uc ' " "v. - -t , f n . ;7 . -.vj .... w'yfarxsmmmmmmmmmw "JvkX z4v v "x- r ...... '"'jjKiBaaaaai KICKER. I i : ; &m No. 26. jl FROM NEW HAMBURG. 'M SCOTT COUNTY BENTON, MO.. MAY 7. 1904. The latt lane o! the Ktcitu was freely commented upon throughout the countytad especially did the Article on the possible side-tracking of Mr. Folk and on the liquor tae aa a rmnM producer receive atten tion. Concerning the possibility of a bolt by the tn actio at Jeffenou City; the nomination of a machine ticket and the aura thing that the state com mittee and the supreme court would back up such action would not go lowa wtth some. They do not be lieve that the machine would dare to go so far. Theae doubting Thomases hare not watched the machine aa others hare. II there is anything the ...

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 May 1904

ft A.- Scott County flicker. eBeBeKtW,,'? V I ran. A. MAtHSR, FaMUkw, Undo 8am now bai the deed to tht Panama canal strip. Nothing more re mains but to dig the canal. The (ate of the Chicago street-ear ban tilts ought to discourage the sale ot dime novels (or the time being, but it Is very doubtful If it doc. There Is a Judge In Pennsylvania whe holds that a man needn't tell his wlf how much he earns. Of course hi needn't She'll find that out after hi bangs his trousers up at night. ' King Edward has taken another run over to Ireland and was heartily wel corned. The king seems to be winning his way with the Irish by the tcuslble method of becoming better acquainted. Admiral Alcxleff has tendered hla resignation because Skrydloff Is his ene my. This Is pretty early In the game for internal strife, and such Incidents al ways count as another victory for Japan. France and England have come to an understanding, and, It Is tald, King Ed ward Is striving to bring about friendly relations ...

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 May 1904

UrtttMThroai FMilBrHtb, THROUGH THE BLOOD (y BoUnlc Mood Mi (Q. B. B.) tO mOTB IT, HAMPtB HEXT FRED, n!e nieoj naln JB. D. B.l hit ta,ti to stay 2!!r.l1'no.,ei".;2 Gstirrh lh.in n'lother remedies Hon In IhtbkjoJ which rinses tit symptoms, ani Hi tukts a ptrftct la.tm curt ofihe orilolJ lease BYMl'TOMS. lrMh.hiJtMtli.ani skknrsi of th lamMhiln ten gitjimilln unclear l.lilcsmi tn1.irg.imnt olih an rwies of the rHe,.ifrilni sent? of smell.ulrefs. JMM of lh mucous membranes. hakln, n4ttln UD l!?p m" ,",mah' "0,c t'J'"S. Iici.lachet.tnnf. MS yhl slr. tlocrlrn un ef the nmej thin, hoi etoo.i, all run dn, fl f klng.Mnre the etej.tow tirlle.t. elf . Roi.inlc blood H.Mm ll.lUi.ifnr"iii rthmtishcry MooJ wmcI ai-J e,n, eiBelllns II rat.irrli.il ro'wn thai sundsln In oayVr-er-Buncnily remm csevery tympiom and thus nukes '' cuw. D. II. 0. tends a flood of rlth. . ur hlool direct to the sffcclej mm. flii warmth sud strength ul lifts It It needed. KDithiit. Rinsing In (ho Uti, Hit. Nettti, Mr ly a...

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 May 1904

4 . . uu-j i . .. . ; - Baudendistel's, Kelso. I hay but a short time in which to close out my entire stock of Merchandise and if you will only come to my store you will soon convince yourself that these bargains are real. I must give up possession of buildings after harvest, Below I give prices on some articles: .............................. Dry Goods. Calicoes, per yard, fc All 10c. pemiles go ot from 0tf (a;..:......:. H Lawn t1itt,t were l!c(f25c now 10c .... ICc All blenched sheeting was Ke now only.. 7J ftwod Shirtings, per yard, OXc A lot of cotton flannel, per yard, . Xtc 00 pair men's (rood suspenderspair',' l"c All-worsted cashmere dress goods, re- " ' ' ' duced from 40c nor yard to 2"c Bes,t ehlviot shirtings, was lOc per yard, Rfce Fleeced cottonade pants goods, wasflOc. 20c lingular 20c per yd. fancy sateen goes at 15c llest Jnhle oil cloth, per yard, .7 15c Men's Regular 35c suspenders go at lo&UOe Coats' thread, six spools for..... 25c "andfhel lotd CLOTHING r 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. — 14 May 1904

SCOTT COUNTY RICHER. Vol. 3 BENTON, MO., MAY 14, 1904. OBSERVATIONS BY THE EDITOR. 0 The Cost of Yacob's Well.--$6,000 Appropriated to Enlarge the Court House.--The Illegal License. Yacob's well la progressing nice Ijr. Last wwk the county court ap propriated 1,378.91 more of the people's money and ordered Commis sioner De Reign to fish ont the scrap iron at tits bottom of the hole, It pos sible. In the hole there are the drill, n set of grappling tools and a lot of rope. If these can be fished out In a "rea sonable time," the work of going deeper is to proceed. If not, then the work must, of necessity, stop. Un lets some plan can be devised by which the hole can be turned wrong side out or bottom up, It Is doubtful if the collection at the bottom can be recovered. Up to date the court has appropri ated for the well 95,653.58. This does nor include minor appropria tions to Mr. De Reign for traveling and other expenses in getting the work started. Nor does it include the amount contr...

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 May 1904

ft. ft Scott County ftkfter. 19041 SUN IMUN. I THE ?I0. THU.I Ml I $77 I 8 22 22 MAY ,96 3o 3 10 '7 4 11 18 2425 3i L Qwirtft 7t 5 12 I'm Tl904 6 20 27 3 7 H 21 28 TOPICS OF THE DAY. Kit I th Cut in the t.nt. lllcliard Bullock Scawctl. the oldest uatlvo torn resilient of Kalelsh, N. C, died a few iln.ys ao. The pall bearert' at Ills fuuorni were six of his fortnci slaves. Willing; tn II UW It. Col. Dryan offers, through the Com moner, $100 for a pllatform that will bo acceptable to ten leading demo erotic newspapers whose names he mentions. A Miim-y-dclU-r. New York's Inheritance tax rival the profits New Jersey derives from trust companies. One estate about to be closed will net the state $1,000,000. Death duties yield from $3,000,000 til $1,000,000 a year. Hi'imirkulili Monro. Tho most remarkable evidence ol DIblo Inspiration recorded In modern times comes from Hanover. Pa. A woman who paid 27 cents for a copy of the pood book found a $100 bill be tweeii tho leaves. flri'Kliliic (...

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 May 1904

7 WA prominent dub womin, Mich., tells how the was cured of falling of the womb and its ccomMnyins ptns and misery byLydla E. Plnkbam'sVecctable Compound. . "DbabMbs. PmaAait Life looks dark Indeed when a woman feels that her strength Is fading away and she haa no hopes of erer being restored. Such was my feeling a few months ago whea I was adTised that my poor health was caused by prolapsus or falling of the Womb. The words sounded like a knell to me, I felt that my aun had set but Lydla E. Plnkham'a Vege table Compound came to me as an elixir of life it restored the lost forces and built me up until my good health returned to me. For four months I took the medicine dally, and each doss added health and strength. I am so thankful for thehelplobtalnedthrough Its use.". Mas. Flohkkcb Danporth, vvi wivi moil Oh VUHUOl iUlUil. -$tOOOforfilt It wlilntl af too letter srscfsf "FREE MEDICAL ADVICE XU WOMEH." women would aavo time and much sickness if thnv would write to Mrs. Plnkham for ad...

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 May 1904

iff 5ft tt ft'. tin- I..; if (I: L-.V ! I ?8f ft i ft It Eft Pi!? K5; SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. tared at tie paetomceln nrnton. Mo., on mraary u. lm, ae HMonil-ctaiu mull mutter. Subscription, - $1.00 Per War. Published at Benton, Mo., overy HiTUitnAY y :- rim,. A. Havxkii GET THE CHEMIST. Tho Kickeu wants Homebody to' imaljrse Froaecuting Attorney Kelly. Of late I hnvo tried to make myself Wlieve that perhaps 1 may have the man sized up wrong:, but the more I look at him the smaller he appears. After being defeated as a candidate for the o Wee of Justice of the Pence in Jefferson county. Mr. Kelly came to Scott county. Mr. Kelly was raided a Catholic, and on arriving hero found that a large portion of the voters in this vicinity were Catholics. Accordingly, ho attended church at New Hamburg. Evidently, somebody gave him a tip that it was politically unpopular to be a Catholic in Scott county, ami the next heard of him he was an ad inirer of Rev Joe Jamison, a Method ist minister who hel...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 14 May 1904

Scott County Ki ker. Supplement. --Benton, Mo., May 7, 1914. Of till the problems now before tin; Anierienii people, there is none tlmt has tliu arguments more absolutely in its favor than child labor reform, No mutter liow tin; issues may he disguised, there Is tin reason for tlio existence of chllil labor, except greed and repaeity. Vt accordlnirly wel i'oiiiii the advent of tlit National Child Labor Committee which was foriiii'd last week, and which is com posed of some of tln most philan thropic ini'ii and women in ' tin Fulled States. I'p to t lit present tune mere lias iM't'ii no national con certed effort to organize a laoveiaent to save the children from Industrial meed. It has heretofore lacked un ity and continuity. Now. we may hope, all this will lie dumped, and i lint this committee will act as Lord Shaftesbury did in F.nglnnd, who de voted his Intiglifc. ability, weiiltliand ocial pinitioli to the Welfare of tilt) children who toil. We notice that dark as i our industri...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 14 May 1904

r t j. xanmHima YUNDI i 12EC0I BLACK 8UPCt I1ARMNC1 Brand New Practa Brand New Records 15 CENTS EACH JColumbia Disc Records B" s foramen Rg, -U-S2! Bcacitlful ftvity of tcno Koch mom (icrcbtt thf n any ctticr cylindcj , TWt M.LLltN8 A MtNTH ra) f Cci'KBIA RtCRM riT ANY MANE W TALKINO MACHINE NhfttT P9FULAR MtMC MUM CLA5S ftMXCTMNft Columbia GraphoJhcnes !?9 I Reproduce c" Kinds of music Hot nccetury to learn itv lntnt..'tr ryrr cv : '..r.-.i-rr.rwnhs AN'-' !.V HIS Send for rcEC CATALeot: c ss thawing both dice and cylinder machine In all titles $3 to $too I LXtara&Sa Phonograph Company Pioneer and Leaden I" the Talking Machine Art GOG Give Street (Frisco Building), ST. LOUIS, MO. GT"n ran prize 7r0 JJ FARM IfM V NoTICK ! UKSKtSATtOS. i K-:. Hi' u( Henry Mlrunux. lolnorl. ittti- l hiTfliv ctvfii flint i. .lokn A. Kern. ulll mi the Konrth Monday i.f Mny.lMU. It ln'ln uit. m .lit-..lit,, u-ini in i r-"ii- tv lfniiMiti Court, make until wttlftiHiit nf the unite il'l md with alJ I'on...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
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