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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 15 October 1904

tHHti. a a. !. o-f-' MVS f3, ADVICE FOR A BEOINNER. Everything In the Poultry Buslne3i Depends on Setting a Suc cessful Start. "1 am starting a poultry Inislncse hcic and I have siifllclvru ground to talse all my Iced (excepting fresh meat), and wish eotnc btigccatloriR a) to what Is best to ralno. 1 have corn, oatii, Kafllr corn, nveet orn and toryhum planted; t have 20 ncies of tillable land. A I no, how many hour per rooster for breeding purposes give best results? Also, how much fres-h meat per 100 fowls, and how often fahould It be fed? How Klinll 1 divide my running yards? Also, would It le advisable to place house and running ynrds In an old orclinr.l?" 1o the aboc Inquirer Mr. I. 13. Kcyser replica la the Ohio Farmer aa follows: You have a sufficient variety ol foods when the Grains arc supplement EM- E3 fuULTllV HOUSE AND Y.UID. ed with meat and green food. Whe.it uiul buckwheat arc superior to sweel corn and orghum, if ns easily grown. Cabbafic, maiiferl-wurels, rte should...

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 October 1904

I? is em. SCOTT COr.NTY KICKKlt. ntcri'it nt the mwt mite In Bmtmi, Mu on Fbtuiry U, 1802, us Mcond-laM nmll matter Subscription, - $1.00 Tor XnxvT Phil. A. Haf.nkb. : Publisher. Two CDays of Holding Office in St Louis, DID THE KICK EH DO IT? In its very first issue nearly three years ago tin? Kicker lulil bare the awful condition that exist in Mis nouri. It tolil of the passage- of the "pure food law,' the "liorse brood er' bill" and the annulnient of the Third Amendment to the state con stitution. And it then pictured Cook, Stone, Dockery and Smliert as the arch enemies of clean government. And whnt was the reply of the local rinjisters ? "Oh, lie's a d d Itepublicau.'' And that is the reply of every poli tician when he gets cornered. And it is usually suliicicnt. When he pleads his ease he appeals only to prejudice. And when he gets cor nered he again appeal- to prejudice. And, strange to say. it works. Little did 1 sunect. tliae year.- ago, when 1 made my initial bow, with n tum...

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 October 1904

V SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 3 BENTON, MO., OCTOBER 22, 1904. No. 48. BOODLER KELLY'S CONFESSION. Ex-Member of the St. Louis House of Delegates Combine Tells His Story. -Says Ed. Butler Gave Him $15,000 on Which to Flee to Europe. Charles I'. Kelly, cx-spenker of tin St. Louis Hon? of Delegates, has made a confession. This in the tnuu who took the $4?,r0( bribe money from I'M. Hut lor uiul distributed it among; the house combine. He wan also implicated In ninny other brib ery transaction and was paid 000 to flee to Europe to nave the "reputation" of St. Louis financiers when it wan learned that the grand jury wanted him. Mr. Kelly tells little that ha not already been told in tin; Kicker, but ho goes into details in a way that make bis confession interesting, lie says that Kd. Hutler nave him the to start u newspaper and libel him so fiercely as to draw his fire by tak ing up his time in libel prosecutions, or if lie did not, his intitieiice would be weakened or destroyed. Although 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. — 22 October 1904

r ! ft n mm PtUL. A. ttAt'XKR, Pobllthcr. BENTON. I I MISSOURI TOPICS OF THE DAY. Thr- l!ntr Knrni-tl n Hnltt). The Japanese soldier receives 43 cents a mouth. The nilkado should bo well enough pleased with recent de velopments to make It an even half dollar. (iron In In thi Hluht l)lri-i-ilnn. The postmaster general sas the ro.t office receipts have Increased from JlOO.WO.i'lNi to $Hii.00i,iO In the last three cats and we have H'.OuO fret; rural routes now. Ilnnl lliinil to CniitiiriintNc Abdul llanild keeps Itivitltis Minister Lelshm.in to dinner, evidently with the Idea that he can glw that illulor.nt chronic dyspepsia and thus keep hi mind off the bill which he Is now con timally present In? I'lii-t-rliiit Itni-vt of -ri Tonic. An eastern stock broker Is attract ing dazed attention by the fact lint after falling with a cood dfal of Im pressive extravagance, ho Is offering to square his creditors' claims by giving them stock in a new rtrm he Is promoting. In nil Mi- it I ii nf Wi...

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 October 1904

1 HOW SOIL IS STERILIZED. New Jersey Expert Seacribei a Method Especially Adapted for Small Operations. Sterilizing the soil was done by hav Ing a steam coll mmlu by a plumber. Mlno was mailo as follows: Five runs nine feet lung made of lVi-lnch pipe , These wero drilled every Ave liiclici with 5-ltS drill, turning the pipe quar ter way around every Umo drill wm set, and drilled holes all way through This turning of the pipes makes hole) at right angles to each other. These five pipes wero then threaded and strewed into crosshcads (Hi-lnet pipes for heads) at cither end, usln right-hand nipples on one end and left hand on tho other; these ilvo plpci were placed one foot apart, nmlilng the wholo apparatus four feet wide anc nearly ten feet long when finished See cut. In the center at one end n connection Is made with three-quartet Inch pipe to admit steam. This con nection may seem small, but It worked all right, and will give a tcti-horst power boiler a great hustle to keep II A..y ...

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 October 1904

Ms. i 1 New Goods, Clean Goods! IRELAND & CO. COMMERCE, MO. Our Stock is Pull and Complete In every departmentDry Goods, Dress Goods, Furnishings, Hats, Notions, Shoes, Groceries, Everything the Trade Requires At Prices that are Sure to Please. We are noted for FAIR DEALING, and Goods that we sell must always be as good, if not better, than represented. A. N. Ireland & Co., Commerce. See Our New Goods! Just Opened Up! Dry Goods, Clothing ! Shoes, Furnishings and Groceries . Mixed Paints, White Lead, Oils, Builders' Hard- ware, Screens, Nails, Bolts, Tools, naraware of every kind, Buggies, Wagons, Salt, Now's the Time to Buy While Our Stock is Full. We Handle Everything! ! DRURY & CO., Kelso. OUR I1W FALL GOODS ARE I! Si'oTT t OfNTY KUKKK. P. It a- .v:.' V". I Sub.-i i'iption. - .1.00 IVr Var. fun.. .7 ILuNui:.": 1'uKi- '.-r FIi 'M MOKl.HY. .1 I lik ;i.'.j A ivtiiv.oiit(i?Svi j'iuitit? company i her,' tin- welkin 1k mtoiv-t if ni inter-'irb.i: t"!-'-phone yrein. Tho propo...

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. — 29 October 1904

'i-"1 SCOTT COUNTY HICK FP Vol. 3 BENTON, MO., OCTOBER 29, 1904. No. 49. A HUMOROUS S1IHF.T. TheHt. Louis World i rnliiltig n rcpiitntioii ns a humorous sheet. All along this Butler oigun hn con. tended that election in St. Lm. is wort) fair mill that. I lie report of polico interference were without fonmliitloii. Week before Inst there wim n test ol strength between the two bouse that havo been iih one in St. Laul politics. Hurry Hnwes is supporting Mr. Folk nml Butler in tint. Ilutler wanted to name the nominee on both the Democratic and Republican city tickets uud especially the cir cuit uttornoy just, as ho linn been doing for years. He failed in the Democratic camp, but was more sue cessful in the Republican pow-wow. Wlien Hawes and Butler worked together tliey were invincible. See. Ing how tlie people out in theeountry stood on the matter during his brief campaign, Iluwe deciiled that to save his own political hide he must cut loose from Ilatler. Then came the struggle forsupr...

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. — 29 October 1904

1 V T... t at Scott County KicKer PlUt. A. IIAC.NBR, l'ubll.hcr. HKXTON. i t MISSOURI. The wtolrlwlnd campaign does not ivhlrl so very strikingly as jet. Just few bargains in summer weath er in order to make room for a new stock or fall goods. (leu. KuropatUIn announces that he ld now ready to bo "lured on." It Vjuks like It. The "Russian advance" U now said to be continuing at a most spirited pace toward St. Petersburg. HUiila might have uf if ctcd some thing amis? when It undertook to catch the Japs in Hie land of the Tartar. Secretary Taft Insists that thlt gov ernment Is btrongrr taau ant of the trutts. Perhaps Mr Taft If a vegetarian. Prediction us to majorities are In teresting as showing how far a man will Co wheu there U nothing tu hold him back. mttnttm Missouri State Gleanings. Htttttttttttttttltttttttttttltlltttttttttttttttfl MIIINMItillMMIItMIIINtlttimitMmittttt THE PROHIBITION NOMINEE. Uriel Skrteli of Ornnitv ,lntlI H1U, l'rohlliltlun .Vinilnoi- for UaV rrnur of Mlimiu...

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. — 29 October 1904

7 If' Notb. The following article has been widely ptibllelied and la one at the most remarkable lllustratloni of the talue of careful marshalling and analy lis of facta In presenting a subject to the public. LEVELERS The Kisalon of Whiskey, Tobacco and Coffee. The Creator made all things, we be Hive. If so, lie must have made these. Wo know what Ho mado food and water for, and air and sunshine, but why Whiskey, Tobacco and Coffee? They arc here sure enough and each performing Its work. There must be some great plan behind it all; the thoughtful man seeks to tin derttand something of that plan and thereby to Judge these articles for their true worth. Let us not say "bad" or "Rood" with out taking testimony. There are times and conditions when it certainly seems to the casual observer that theso stlmtilnnt narcotics arc real blessings. Right there Is the ambush that con ceals a "killing" enemy. One can slip Into the habit of either whiskey, tobacco or coffee easy enough, but. to "unta...

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. — 29 October 1904

f5.i RE. m Democratic Ticket. Cor IVI.kT.Hl Electors. Al Lurgr-RiiliKKT II. KKIIN. At tarfc-M. WKTMOKU. ftd Met.-AAtJCIl n, LOW El U. Ird 1MH.-.JAMKH L. McCVK. 4th rm.-AW'tL Q. OtU-AM. rtth DL-J(1HN O. KKWHlL-L. (th nirt.-KlT OOLT.THX. 5i?fei..-w, hT a ntIkSn 7 th Dirt -,tOHN V. (HUB. tth trfc-L-llOWAKD KLLIB. .. iltli Mt.-THOMAS M. JHXKINS 12th Dlst.-J OSnl'H T R A l X M 1 1. LMK. Fot Presidential Elector. At T.aiac-LAWRlSXCB U. JONES. At I rrge-DANIF.L M. HOUSBM. Itt 1MM.-WU.MAM H. YAXCKT. lint! Utst.At.ttElt'f I'.. FiHKK ar t l:i.-joh.n k, frost. 41). DilIUCHAHb W. VAX THUMP. U t.-A LURED k. -dickey. tti H.t.KDWAHt C. MKUHITT. Kh Dlst.-ISAAC X. ENLOK. toll Dlst -I'h.Ull.ES .1. UAl'W, lcth P1M.-JOIIX A. GILLIAM lltli DlH.-UKXifV g. 1'AHKE!.. i:ti LU-t.-HKXJtv c. gren.nhi:. I i i:ih"lMstV.M."nrsiXMr SMITH. 14th DM -CHARLES L tfll.MM. t nth Dit. -sheldon a. wight. i.th Di-t.-i-oLiTTi. elvins. 16th Dlt.-A. J SUMMERS. HUl Dist.--T1!'.'MAS J. DHoWX ! i;;f. Dlst -JUI.N J. DAVIS. ! '! lo...

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 November 1904

J..-" SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 3 BENTON, MO., NOVEMBER 29, 1904. No. 50. OBSERVATIONS BY THE KICKER MAN o Concerning Tuesday's Election. Parker and Roosevelt Two of a Kind.--.What . Watson and Debs Say. What Abe Lincoln Said. The Amendments. Nit Tuesday every voter will hnvo the- privilege of exercising his right asa "free born American cltl en" to show how independent he is. Capitalism has given him a choice between two candidates for presi dent and he ought to be satisfied. It is quite sure that organized greed will be satisfied, no matter which way the cat jumps. But it is the prediction of tho Kicker that Parker will be permitted to remain nt his U-soke-UB home. 8o far as I am concerned, I have not decided whether I will voto for the Tom Watson electors or the Eugene Debs electors for president. And it will not mutter since neither, in -my opinion, has nny clinuce of election. However, I will havo the satisfaction of voting for men who represent the principles' which I bo Heve ...

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 November 1904

y1 ." ... 1 aw- IB Scott County KkKer PHIL. A. AtftCBt FabUeaer. B1CNT0N. I I MISSOURI. Russia still stubbornly refutes to rt gard Manchuria u the enemy's country.. With football, election and a war on, the St Louis exposition has to fight for rettegnltton. Admiral Rojestvensky fired a few shots' that were heard distinctly all over Great Britain. Even the bad Filipino has one good quality. He always emits a hiss be fore he strikes to kill. At last the Baltic fleet has done something, but the czar may wish it had never been heard of again. It Is thought that the next advance will be made by the Japanese. This seems to be a reasonable supposition. 8 a discourager of the boll weevil the Guatemalan ant is acknowledged to be one of the worst failures of the season. The successful flight of that St. Louis airship came in the nick of time. Some of us had forgotten all about the exposition. Any attempt the Panamanlacs may make to "blow up" the ship canal with dynamite will only lessen the l...

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 November 1904

1" p. t GAINS THIRTY POUNDS ! MBS. WEBER TELLS HOW SHE WAS HELPED WHEN DOCTORS FAILED, ha Let Hr Trouble Itcrnm Chronic Il caun (Mia tltnltated to Consult Iter l'hjritclnn l'artioulnri of a Ha tnarlcablo Caio. Tho natarnl relnctanco which every Woman feels to consult a physician ro gurrllng tronblcs pccullnrto Jicr sex cntucil Mm. G. Wolicr, of No. 7083 South IVout street, OolninbuR, Ohio, to let her Illness ran on until it beenmo chronic end even tho excellent doctor whom alio employed could glvo her no relief thnt Wns pcnimucnt. Bho gives tho follow ing details of an interesting enso : " I felt tho tronblo a lung time beforo I went to our doctor, perhaps a year or more. When I did consult htm ho told mo I had femalo trouble. I felt sharp pains through iny stomach and could not walk across tho room without suffering ng oulcs which Icaunot describe Myhend nehed so that it fairly thumped and at times it seemed that I would go crruy. My r-tonuu-h beenmo sn weak that H would retain onl...

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 November 1904

r3 k1 itJS 'ft 1 - says TAW- 8 . 5 de hie-. S5S E5 4 it Hi!' If X'. K?5 SOOTT COUNTY KICKBK. Jobscriptlon, - 1.00 Per Year. Fnu A. Hakim. ; Publisher, WHAT IS THfi MATTER? Evidently political conditions are changing in Southeast Missouri. All along the Republicans have con teded this cud ot tho state to the Democrats and worked on the theory that the less the voters were stirred tho less would bo the Democratic majority, while the Democrats felt that the "Qiberalter of Democracy" could take cure of itself. With the party munngers holding this view of the situation it was sol dom that a speaker ot any note wait sent into this end ot the state. Local spell-binders were expected to keep tho boys in line. But it Is different now. There id much apathy in this end of the state whero they have been "voting the ticket first and rending the platform afterwards." Neither the Democratic nor the Republican leaders undo: fltnnd it and both are sending their heaviest guns into tins section to who...

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 November 1904

1 -.vVt W' SCOTT COUNTY HICKER. '41 Vol. 3 BENTON, MO., NOVEMBER 12, 1904. No. 51. GENERAL OBSERVATIONS. By Jos. H. lAlt!VIKI,, V 'y"V '.v 1 v'v't'5,.'"'V''''' T1IIJ HOMH ANI THK SCHOOL. I have ofti'ii hoard It remarked, imj only lu tlu printing nHlcc, hut in other branches of business, that'lt is quite n hard matter to secure tin services of ii desirable boy. This seems strange wlu.'it much seemingly good material ran be picked up nii.v dny, but it in trni' to ii t-finarkiiblo extent and the why mill wherefore seems to he pretty hard to locate. From personal observation of the simutioii I have arrived at certain c inclusions, but whether they will lit in with the views of other in Ideating the troubl- 1 cannot, say. Tiie (wo principal factors in fitting out a boy for the battle of life are llrst, the ho'.ie, and second, the school. While tie' home Htuiids pre eminently an the greatest agent in youthful development, yet the school is conceded to be a close second, and the two are so...

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 November 1904

Scott County KtcRer PHIL. A. UAt.NER, Publisher. tlRNTON. : : MISSOURI. 1004 1 NOVEMBER. 1 1904 StIN. MON I THE tD, THU tfll pAT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 io ii 12 '3 "4 5 1617 1819 20 21 22 23 2425" 26 27282030 I I SJ I m Hus3l;i still stubbornly reCuscs to re gard Manchuria as the enemy'? country.. The armies of 0ama ntufKuropatUIn may be willing to light, but they are nut lMiitlng for the fray. The Japanese are saUl to he a humor cits people. Hut they are having a hard time making Russia see the Jolce. Buffalo UIH ha a line opportunity to exercise his skill lu plain and lancy nirksmaushlp to sorue purpose. With a full supply of overcoats and the. Yental coal mines within Its Hues Japan feels well braced against the approaching winter. Tor talking about her neighbor a Chi cago woman was forced by a juiy to pay SSi'O. At this 1 ate. how many women urc strictly solvent? Kmperor Nicholas himself tool; hold of the situation and prevented a ruptUM with Great Hrltaln. He feels able to us-j an u...

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. — 12 November 1904

PRACTICAL POULTRY HOUSE Building Which In Ample o Ac commof.ato Two Hundred fowls. Vlicn const met Iiik a poultry house for the farm flock, tlio main point te lio oLur-rvctl I to ictitirc sih much floor Hiaco tis irn:!llilc nt tho lcat yo.'t. The real valno of a Knictnra of tills iiatiiro (topi-iliM inn.tly Upon tlio lloor area for tho u.;o of tin- fowls, Fays L. C. IteynnnU In Oranco JinM Karmor. Tho proateir npa-o In pro portion to tlio nntnlicr of fovvl.-t, the lictlcr opportunity thry have to oxer duo nmt koyp l hn.iltliler condition tin W via. i.-anoLwn IM.AN OP l'OH.Tllt HOCSK. tliroucliout tho winter month?. No mnltor what kind of a house may ha i'ho.cn. tho fact fliould not be over looked that riming the larger portion of tho season when tho croiind U eov red with snow, the fowls must Lo con lined to the lioiti-e. The diagram, Kit;, 1. Mmws th pround plan of a poultry Iioiimj hav ing Mimelent floor area to accommo date a flock of 2U0 fowls. The build In Is 22xS! feet In 3lr....

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. — 12 November 1904

Vj t M7 ' --.- iv: leered at tne ji.itofllr.ln Btnton, Mo., on February 14, Mot, iu uttond-ctoM mull matter Subscription, - ft.00 Per Your. Phil. A. Hakner. : Publisher. IN A HAD WAY. Poor Dunklin rotint.vl With all its wealth ami it beastly Demo era tic majority, it is unable to meet its county warrant. Those facts THB KLKCTIOX. Roosevelt hna been eleeted-by pro liably tho greatest plurality of tho popular vote that 1ms ever been cast for a president. Folk leads the state ticket and his majority will probnbly reach 40,000. Contrary to general expectation, he ran ahead in nearly the St. Louis wards. Cook and Allen hnve been heavily . t. . i.t .... .i i I are uemj; oroufiiir out uirougn tne s,imvC(, undpPi ,, Ru(),( ,,,, ,, Maiden Merit, and it may be ejected ,Vnti,n mw , bMml that the ring organ down there will I Thu UeubiIcnMt( claim the entire treat the matter with 'Silent con- tc os Folk t tempt' for a while and M.eu turn its I vQm 0T(Jpthe count ,1(euU, ,U) mud valve on the Met ...

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. — 19 November 1904

L,J,"l-'M WHJ .iff, T5, SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 3 BENTON, MO., NOVEMBER 19. 1904. No. 52. ittCKER OBSERVATIONS. State Mtctine SiMhed.-Folk Runs 40,000 Ahead of Cook and Allen. All Anendments Defeated. It's all over even to the shouting, uud no ono has reason to be sur prised at the result. It was a general ri'volb of tlio pooplo ugalnst. the bunco gatno called politics. Nntur ii My the people wore culled upon to rlioono betweon the real and the counterfeit. Overwhelmingly they declared (or the real Republican. In Missouri tho people sent it mes sage to tho world that they will not knowingly tolerate corruption in public affairs. Tho old tnaehine wan niriiplotely smashed, mid the one imin who forced the fight on tho cor rupt clement watt chosen to the high est ottice within the gift of the people by nn overwhelming majority. Grand old Missouri I Her people are honest and may be depended up on to do the proper thing when the hit nation In understood by them. Mr. Folk was elected by ...

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. — 19 November 1904

Scott County KtcKcr PIIIU A. UAFXEB, PabUaher, BtCNTON. k i I MtMOUlU. TOPICS OF THE DAT. Hid Voa (let IK Treasurer Roberts says that during the last fiscal year there was an ad ditlon of $U8,73,t to the monetary stock of the country. You can figure out your share and see If you pot It Weight of ii !Hnr. A star has been welched In the bal ance by a Viennese scientist. M. Adal bert Prey, and far from being found wanting has been found superlatively not wanting to the amount of :i.002, 000,000,000,000,000,01111,000,0110,1)00 kilo grams, or pounds. Whnt It t'uvtn lu Unit In. The preliminary estimates of the Japanese budget for the next year put war expenses at $oS5,ooO,0mi and the ordinary expenses of the empire at $00,000. That gives a pretty good Idea of what it costs, Just In money, for a nation to breali lh pence In these en lightened days. Too l.litirlmi. An Indiana man proposes to pro duce rain by eendlr up 1,000 balloons, each with a bomb ready to explode. Wouldn't It bo better ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
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