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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 25 June 1904

Jr. ggpigllL WORST OF CHICKEN PESTS. Known na Poultry Kite or Tick and Endowed with Vicious and Destructive Kablto. Ono ot tuo worst pests with which thu poultry raiser litis to contend la the mltc, which has the power of In creasing marvcloinly ra3t, and Is as vicious In Its attaclis as a blood-smk-er. The sitting hen and tho newiy uatcheil chicks suiter most from this pest, and cnll for great vlallanco on the- part of tho poultry raiser to pro tect them from Its attacks. It Is not ilimcult to keep the pens and chicks free from tnltcs If ptoper attention Is Given, and litter is not allowed to so YOCNQ MITB. (Ventral View. Magnified "9 Diameters.) cumulate In tho houses nnd yards. Then, hy spraying everything now and then with a good Inscctlde, the mils will find it hard work living and Anal ly kIvo it up. The chicken mltc Is commonly con sidered a form of Insect life, although It Is not, properly speaking, an Insect. It is sometimes called the chicken tide or poultry tick. It would...

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 June 1904

NT t. fei 5$ - s 5 5 i 1 lit w 1 11 IB. The Glorious Fourth of July is a Day Close at Hand That will be Appropriately Celebrated in various parts of the County, You expect to go somewhere and will want to look your best. We can furnish every man, woman and child in wearing apparel from head to foot in a style suited to each individual that will make you feel that your appearance is second to none. Below we tell you why you should buy your 4tn 01 JUiy toggery m OUSTS' FURNISHIXUS. Men's NVgliawPoivaleiuid Memor ized Lace-stripod Shirt uvorth 7oc to $1. Siileprhv. 4.V. Sutunwruiider wear, neckties, Iio.dery, etui, Mold at tho same saeriilce rati;. DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. Ladies, the picnic season N'tiear at hand and ,vou will want many little articles in the dry goods and notion line, such o (Ires' roods, trittttnhnrs of nil kinds, laces, embroideries, rib bons, buttons, etc. Our good.H are rifiht and so are priced. SHOES 1 SHOKSil Well, yes I The nntne Friediann on a shoe is the best ...

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. — 9 July 1904

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. ENTON, MO- JULY 9, 1904. No. 33. OBSERVATIONS BY THE EDITOR How Some Country Papers are "Edited. "--Letter From Our State University .--Origin of the Tramp. The Mwtppr map. who h indif ferent abovt what appears in hia pa per need not worry about ideas (?) for hie column. There an hundreds of prew barest ever ready to sup ply all the matter necessary to All any paper. Every week the Kkkkr receives enough "copy" from the World's Fnlr bureau, the Missouri Educational Department and the bureaus of the various political par ties to nil up half a dozen paper. But the stuff finds no space in this paper. Last week 1 received copy from the Missouri State University boosting up that institution that is always ho keen after appropriations when leg islatures meet. It starts off about "the genus, hobo," and sa.vs: "A comparison of authorities by the University of Missouri shown thut the people of the United States Ease out mutually through their ack doors nearly 110,000,000 ...

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. — 9 July 1904

5ft & IV IK Pes IS 33' IV 1 Frtt ft. 1st BSJTj! M8m Scott County flicker. mm, a. uavmkr, rabiiika. MNTOK. JUMOtnL A Japanese magazine ha been start ed.Thls will Rive the Jap generals and admirals' something to do after the war 1 over. King Edward of England made no descent from his royal dignity when he received Hen. Booth of the Salta tion army. Canada Is ahead in one statistical Item. In "1 years Its divorces numbered CD, while those In the Vulted States for the same period footed up TOO.ut'o. Turkey has shown u commendable in- ti-V.iat 1,1 ll.o it...,. ...,., if lllivuln'. Black sea Jlcet by refusing: to permit It ' to pas through ths Dardanelles. Missouri State Gleaninus. Dr. Wilier llrln t'lirliiuMli. Dr. H, J. Waters, dean of (he college af agriculture and director of the Mis souri agricultural experiment stations, has l)pn granted a furlough by the board ol rrrators of the state univer sity fo-' the purpose of studying In Eu rope. I'or the? last year Dr. Waters, in tdUlil...

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. — 9 July 1904

" I' 'TWAS COMMENCEMENT DAY Yale Compelled by Rain to Abandoi Her Commencement Parade. Martr niailiiejtilalietl Mea Preeaat te Wllneaa the Conferring of the XunicronM nemrvm. New Haven, Conn., Jivne 30. Tin formal commencement exorcises and the annual alumn dinner were the two hlef feature of to-day's programme t Yale. The usual commencement pro cession of candidates for degrees, mem bcrs of the corporation, faculty and Graduates v:as abandoned because ot the rain. Among the distinguished guests to whom seats were assigned on the plat form in Woolaey halt were William II. Taft. secretary ofwar; Wong-Kal-Kali, Chinese commissioner to St. Louis ex 1'cMtlon; Whltelaw Reld, Gov. John O. Brady of Alaska, President Gordon of Tabor college, Iowa, and membera of the, Yale corporation and faculty, and canilldates for honorary degrees. The degrco of bachelor of arts was conferred upon 270 candidates, and bachelor of philosophy on 172; one candidate was made a bachelor of fine fir is; one a ba...

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. — 9 July 1904

mm ex I HCOTT COUNTY KICKEIt. Entrrrit nt the mt iiltiii- In Denton, Mo., uti Pabratity 14, iihis, aa winKiUlniu mull mutter Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. Publllie1 nt lletiton. Xlo.. every 8ATi;nAY iiy : Phil. A. II.u'.nkk THE SITUATION It ikv I !tiririf to wipmrt" sir iynmimi:moii jor tne office in- now hoi ! notwithstand ing the (net thnt tli people are ntrniii!t:liii)iT When tin; l'un-liine committees' be gan to o)Lcount,v prima riei ami eon ventltUH there wu no announced candidate auaint liini. Many coun- THE UOODLKltS AUAIX. They are having a hot time in boodle circle In St. LoiiIm. Tin; tliinjr has broken out. ufreah. Edmund Itercli plead guilty and Wins. A. (hit- ' ka and Charles F. Kelly have nirrecd ' to plead guilty. Ed Htttler was in the courtroom ready, and signed their bonds. IX MIS.SOi'KI. These nieii were members of the one If .SiunCook ' House of Delegates, were pnseut!aud got their share of !?4i,iiOO bribe money that was distributed at the home of Julius Lehmnnn. 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. — 16 July 1904

SCOTT COUNTY DICKER. VoK 3 1 BENTON, MO., JULY 16, 1904. ' No. 34. OBSERVATIONS .BY THE EDITOR ii Gold Bug Reorganizes Nominate Parker and Davis.-- oryan s nard Fight-Conditions in Colorado. Vote Vr nftun Vote r strniglit, ote 'er for the mtididiit; Heads I win Tails you low, 0,you blamed fools.outi'tyou choose? Porker, Purkerl Teddy, Teddy! Get your flnjrs and banner rendv: Six of one mill Like ii brother, Just n half dozen of the other. Spread our doctrine Hlng our prnisw, As datnphools you nre nil daisies: Shout for protection And- Hiiy Democrats! Doyou rctneiiiuertheelcveland lint.? Rockefeller & Co. Hooniy for Parker! Hooniy for Roosevelt ! Hooniy for Wall Street ! Hooniy for Hooruy anyhow yet nlready once. Vote 'er straight ! In its ismie of July !! the Kli KKit said: "L'ist week a few hundred cor poration lawyers calling them wives Republican: met rit riiicn- found nominated Roosevelt and 'airlmnk for president and vio- irealdeiit. Next week another mtcli of corporation l...

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. — 16 July 1904

WW m Is 3 1st A DEMOCRATIC STANDARD BEARERS The Ticttet Placed in Nomination By the Democratic National Convention at St Louii. Judge Alton Rrooks Parker, of New York, for President and Henry Q. Davis, of West Virginia, for Vice-President of the United States. Full Text of 'the Plulform on Which the Democratic Purty of the Country Go Before the People. St. Louli, .Inly 7. The ivmoersttle national convention opened law. It Is being held In the old c:.posltton build ing on Olive street. Till.) niotisier meeting place, within the walls o( vhU'h democracy's standard bearers nrr to be named, was the Mcca tor all whoso Interest here (enters In the cott veiulun. Tlio scenes of activity h-ive been iran-fcrrcd ftom the hotel t) till one common point. The corridors of the former wherein for several days past all has been c.uhemcnt were do teried soon after the r, or nl tig hours. ( tlVKM t()N Al.l.l'.ll TO MlllUill. l'i iM.nxlj- nt Nihiii ( liiilriiinti .tunc! lltipliiMt for Order. at. Louis,...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 16 July 1904

Scott County ftklrcr. i ran. a. mrMBn, rauukw 190 JULY I 3 10 i y MONT IM 4 ii 7.8 TUB 3 m in 5 12 '9 2526 WtD. 0 ranltw 6 1 20 27 THU. 21 28 1904 I 8 SAT. 2 9 22 25 29I3 The Japancto have .faith In tlicm , selves. They have ttbscrlbed for the wut loan three times over. ' One reason why ancient nomnna vcr able to turn their thumbs down was that they didn't celebrate with fiigvrach-eri in those days. THE FULL TEXT OF THEPLATFORM the Democratic Platform as Fin isked and Adopted at tho St. Louis Convention. fllE MONEY PLUNK ELIMINATED; A VICTORY FOR WILLIAM J. BRYAN. Tlie Vnrly WiiiiIn n President I in 1 11 ill In Wn nf llic 'itii. MlliiHiin, WIiii Minll M't III I'lifi' ..Vunlnsl i: it,. 1 Mirrintliiii nf l.clslitvi- ur .luillcliil l-'eiiicllua. ' Klnts Leopold Isn't raining our to ths St. Louis fajrnfternll. People who waul ineir younc children to fee tlie enow need, therefore, hesitate no longer. ' And now the automobile, the awim mint: beach and the deadly sailboat art bidding for 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. — 16 July 1904

SCOTT :J-'.?ti; roi NTY KICKKlt. CttUrv.l nt tin- tu-t tiffin- In li.iiiloii. Mil. mi etfrnnry 14. tflM, rt ioihI-cIiim inn 11 mnttor Bulwi'fiption, !?1.ii(t Per Year. 'rt. Published at Saturday by Henton, Mo., every : l'liu.. A. Havxkr FHP.M DU.VX. Win. (iiixMitvn.v. iii'i'oinpaiiioil by his tiinthi'!-. -tat ti'il for Mexico lu the lioj'f of iiiiiinviim' hi !italtlt, but uot only a far a Texniknnn when lie 1-vnni" o ill tlmt the trip hml to lie aliiiii'liiii.-.l mill they iturnd to their home h"fe. 1'ettieiiili-r the SuinlayM-liool nitts iiiwtti.tr aii'l tnk-t (llniier at the Hryeaiif -ohool Siim iiy tlio 17th Everybody cordially invited to come oiul bring well fllloil baskets. l.nite a nnniber of Orati's yottnir people attended the show at Coin tnerce. They were not quite drowned Koinir over jtwt soaked irood. Messrs. Rockwell and Kenney are constructing the foundation of Hr. Toniliuson's new houe at Morley jut on tne oi lire oi town. mi FROM OHAYBItOKO. Tlio storm on the 8th did ...

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 July 1904

s L, y ' COUNTY KICKER, BENTON, MO., JULY 23, 1904. No. 35. OBSERVATIONS BY THE EDITOR o- Democrats Dissatisikd with National Ticket.-Parker's Telegram to Convention .-Mr. Bryan's Statement. Very few of the Deniocrntlr- ex changes tlint reach thirTofflce nti nt nil antfofled with the action of thcSt. Louis convention. Most of them ex pn8H (limippi'ovnl in very plain Inn jrunge, lint any they will mipport the noinintfH. Why they lo this I ciui not llliilcrstiiliil, unless it is to v:' tho politii'inus who haw large hlii-A of public printing to ilistrilmto. Jiuljr. I'arker is not entitle' to tln active Millport of imy-n-H-ifspiM tiny Deiimcrat. When the Wall street crowd tiepiti to liooin liiscamliilaey, every effort was inwle. to yet him to talk. uur lie was ns silent t lit jjiave. . Daviil II. Hilt of New York was on,. of his ehief,upporters. Mr. Hill hull-, eil the ticket in 1H!l(J anil again in) 10(10. Whilt the l onveiition was in ! session at St. Louis. Mr. Hryan askeil ; Mr. Hi...

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 July 1904

kott Counts! ttklitr. sssssssHELKms rmktiikM, lOMOUIU i Vii t'tc face of the fiercest tort of root lag r.-.eral ot the convention orator) nave- faltered In their delivery. A comparative statement of the St T ouls bar receipts for convention weeh would make mighty Interesting reading. The charge Is now made that Mr. Fair banks was once a freckle-faced boy who hed to do t!ie chores about the house. Fate Is Inexorable. One's past will find blm out. Harvard, wants Yale to change hot rowing methods. As Yale's method U to beat Harvard regularly. Old Ell Is not to be blamed for turning a deaf car to the request. 8agamore Hill Is to be closely gun nice this summer, but there are pood reasons for believing the notification committee will be able to break through the lines without much trouble. 'Mi Jt - mm ''"e of the sMoetim has started i illuming In New York, rons of the bath house? are ?on In the art where they ' only to bathe. buttons and compliment' notices are all right, but not believe...

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 July 1904

VtRYJB AILING. I DISEASE IN SWILL DAfffcEL. 1 AN IDEA FOR BEEKEEPERS, Honey Extractor, Driven by Toot Power, Can Be Used to ex cellent Advantage. I took pleasure In showing a lInk which raved mc one hunt! or one ivholo helper, for Ihnl matter. The ifcckh showa the urransi-ment. The eotrih-hox Is at the rlpht hand, and the uncapping can at the left, and a little In front. 1 uncap two comhs and place them In the extractor; Mart the ciunh with thn hand, then work the treadle. While doing this 1 take another comb, un cap and place It In the comb-box. 1 now turn the frames In the machine, ttart It afiolnR again, and take another frame; tincan, and exchange the combs, and proceed as before. When jrriii) SIMl'LK HONKY KXTUACTOR. one fool pets tired 1 push the treadle tn the dotted Hues, and life the other. There Is no change of position except o turn the arms and chouldprs trom rlcht to left, and reach ahead to the extractor no stooplnp. A two-frame extractor of the Novice type rims iery 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. — 23 July 1904

brbbrbbrbbrbbrbbrbbrbbrbbrbbrbbrbbrbbbbw k ' i WJ t ' MiATT "COUNTY kicKKR. I i ZatWMtf nt the iott ufflc la tlnton. Mo., on 1 frtwini-v ll.lStt.', nuMrontl'diiMi Innll mutter .Subscription, i?t.00 IVr Year. 1U J. ... ... aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsRW. '' ' ' ' ' ";'v " ' " ffi 3aBBBFlll!!!ll,''''' M FROM COMMERCE, worms air ironi .rn j. w a war ksm. . on... ear Pnblished nt Benton. Mo., every lATt'BllAV BY -J Pill!.. A' HAFNKR f FOLK NOMINATED. I Cook and Allen in a Tight Place M May Lose. Tlie biji stutti' convention is in ncs siou nt-.1v:fferson ry. T! convention "was called to order Tuesday 'forenoon. Trninloads of Uutlcrtirdltmsfroin sir. Louis and party rocfteTs Ironi all over the itate were preeciR: to tnnV a lust stand lor theTiitfr, Even .oiie of th "lion ornbles from Scntr otint.v aiv HWtxhevld ina. liin.. ;. in a b-V4 1 ).(.'. Hillinir This story come t(t us from Bikes tons Some time iiro .lames H. Shel by and one Dud (Iruhnui of Miner's Switch had a difficulty, In which Hud, ueiiiK...

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 July 1904

JP m it I MM iinwMin in WUNTY HICKEk. Vol. 3 BENTON, MO., JULY 30, 1904. . ; Tr.nw OBSERVATIONS BY THE EDITOR u The State Tlcket.-Boodler Nominated on an Anti-Boo- aie natform.--Hawes Indians and "Harmony." THE NEORO QUESTION. The cmptlnega of the St. Louis platform and the known antagonism to Democratic priin.-pM of the can didn't nhout "stick to the party and vote 'er stralirht" then. They need ed the Republican vote in their busi ness, and the.v reiierall,r got it I dldates nominated by the so-called somehow. 1 Democrat k-convention at St. LouIm, I In those days the negro rote about ' given to the convention "itfore hi and coaxed and derived him Into their trap with their dens of 'har mony'' until ho not wtere lie could not withdraw with honor.. Had the i'nrker teletrrum Imi Folk. Hero we have the St. Loi situation in a nutshell. . DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. Governor Joseph W. Folk. Lieut.-Gov. Thos. L. Rubev. Secretary of Stnte-Snm B. Cook, Auditor-Albert 0. Allen. Treasurer James...

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 July 1904

i mm i Comty Itkkr. KXMOUU a MmIai... .... i. . - I j-.i - a J dlfflcalty la believing It, but It Is doing UstJOSfc i Gen. Oku Is said to be wearing a Chinese costume, but It docs not seem to hamper Hl movements appreciably. A Wisconsin man Is very fond of -'cooked cat. His, wife's taste differs, however, ami she pa? aupllcd for a divorce. Alaska 13 now shipping codllsh to Bos ton, which e neourages the belief thai the coal trust may yet work up a little trade with Newcastle. 4 .Judge Parker's first official act as a candidate should be to nail down every thing portable before the souvenir hun ters strike Esoptts. Tolstoi his been writing fresh dc'ilp- tie does not appear to upon Gen. Shermans Inc. I'JlSieU l.kS UCC11 w ons 0 war, but he ave lliprovedttpo 'ork ltl the same lit The Moroccan bandits whoaif threat 0n', to kidnap mor white men should noivXorset that almost anything can be done once too often. Before this campaign l over Judge barker will hardly know whether that lovely ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 30 July 1904

t 1 iv ' IMIlllUUllaUlUalilala . 1 - i """w. tuu in. GETTING A PUFF OF I Canada' Attraction. The Dominion Exhibition It on that attracts hundred of thousand ach rear. This year It will be held in Winnipeg, Manitoba (Canada), and with the material assistance given It by the Dominion Government, It will be one of the most succcMfel eree held. Besides the number .of special attraction that will be offered, there trill bo brought together an exhibit of the Agricultural and Industrial re sources of Canada such as U rarely attempted by any country. Visitor will be there In large numbers from the United States, owing to the low rates offered by railways, connecting with the Canadian roods. It Is ex pected that Hon. Clifford Sefton, Min ister of the Interior, will be there on the opening day to declare tho ex hibition open. A splendid opportunity will bo afforded by this exhibition to meet friends. Hotel accommodation will be quite ample. 'i 'it- I'nmllr II pro r . Father "Where's the Bible...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 30 July 1904

I'COUNTY KICKER. t'"t i ID Kle Hrntoii, Mn.. on Snlscriptimi, sjl.oo IVr Year. Published nt Benton, Mo every teATUHDAY Y PhIL. A. HAFXt A Letter From "We." PROM VAKDUBEP. Tomlinson wan in town laid np .1. V. CN KAN ARHKSTKD 4 New Ma-lrlrt County Politician1 - riuti-Ki'il With Grnv OftVnse. t'rom fn...,H KtotaPtMtH'rAt., 'f ,1' ' " R" nie,v of New Madrid co t wot arrested bv Dep uty Sheriff I 'uaetty yesterday' on a A cupniiii t. ti fediutttietit ehanriiur VYTorjrery in : Ttrst dejrree. The in MOictmeiit r; ? retnrned Friday. The Meiinrp? jnv out of n business trans- ?'ti,',,b,'l 1 tM" hiwyernn.l Mm. JI. H. IW a widow. Mr Pw illeue thatConran ol teredn,nltii.iudeed whit-h she pave him tran!.r " to him Iier dower in C90U ruit of land In Vow l,lfM county. The land was to be paid for in. installments, m-eonliug to their avp-einvni, tne woman asserts, but orksays the attorney altered the tin. i, imukintr them read that shewo 'I rewire 91,000 in one payment ?'r l 'nterei,t' Conran enme'to...

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. — 6 August 1904

sv.! . ' Jt SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 3 BENTON, MO., AUQUST 6, 1904. No. 37. FRAMIC STALKY WAYLAID. Hugh Hester and And)' Mezoe Charged With the Offense. Deputy Sheriff J. H. Wilson brought Andy Mezn, brother of City Marshal John Meioe, anil Hugh Hester, sou of Mayor H. C. Heater of Graysboro to Benton Wednesday mid plnced them in Jail on a charge of unlawfully beating and pounding Frank Staley and highway robbery. Frame Staley is an inoffensive farmer who lives with his sister, Mrs. Fannie Carlson, near Graysboro. Saturday evening he was at Grays boro und. according to the story told by Deputy Sheriff Wilson, was drinking nnd got into n crnp game wit n nester ana .Mezoe. Near midniirht Mr. Staler started home and was accompanied pin t of tne way uy .ioiih lorry, tne sect ion roremun, wno lives about null way COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. MONDAY. This court met in regular term on Monday, n full bench and the usuuf i)HfiT being present. Up to the cloning of our forms the following procee...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 6 August 1904

TV ,. 7?; v sum '5ff if its i Scott County ftkfctr. slEXTON. Russia Is beginning to think tbat may be Gen. Sherman wai right about It after all. 1 The remarkable point about Mrs. May brick's latest release la that she stays released. 1 If accounts are true the lawn at Roscmount la beginning to look like A railroad cut. 1 Holland, the submarine boat man who will build an alrchtp, probably made a tudy of the flying Ash. Frcm tho Maybrlck case the world learns once more of the strength which lies in a mother's love. 1 aanfaW-afaafafafnnM "With their choicest religious charma railing to work, the Russians are likely to become a nation of Iconoclasts. While the Malacca Incident may be closed, the main event seems to be still a subject for Interesting British discussion. There mny be a lull in the war sit uation or strikes may be called off, but the weather still remains to be talked about. Medical journals have discovered that berries Induce gout. These discoveries should be hushed up un...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
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