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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 19 November 1904

V GIRL AND WOkN OA1E HEEDED AT THE AVQl XOUM UUti IV THE I f I L' atecauu ,1-eiop AC the I should i a time girl no ) bless nourish' Kan? a I.lfe Spent In Snltbrl roiiDici wcro Allowed ti , At ThU Tlrte. Erorjr motlior of a grovrln, reraeruuer Hint tlicro will when her tlimghter will louder but will Bhnro with llltfa rtf lfm...1..u..f tf. ntCUt Icnrnsmrn wlf 1i mviihofniiiif1a tious of a II fo of raffcrinro laid at tlmt time. Mrs. John JtKiunoy, of No. 48 Thirteenth strocfcotrolt.Mlch., Writes n timely word, a ujrs t " I did not get proper p at tho flrxt critical tlmo in mjrlifoid for seven teen years I suffered bsTcsuU. I had di..y spells, felt a oolaut fear that something dreadful wabout to happen and was afraid to goat alono. My breathing was very shjniid I had pal. pltation of tho hcartp badly that I could not go up utal1 nor walk oven moderately fast. I wjso nervous that I could not ait still. different times for year I was uudijtltt'cnro of tho liost physicians in Deilyd I trie...

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. — 19 November 1904

4 " r& '. "ViiSF !J.. I fear- ' SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. 'A ft Ftbriary 14, lMt, a eaoid-M Mail matter Subscription, - fl.00 Per Your. Tw. A. HAPitiR. ? Publisher. WHY NOT INCORPORATE 7 What. is the use of pacing your debts uml reinniidtig poor when it In taster to incorporate your business, bust, bent .votir creditors ami be iwspentiible? Farmer, why don't you incorpor ate? Ifc doesn't coBt tnnoh to pet license to swindle your nelirhbor. A ten-dollar bill will pet you nrtlele of Incorporation from tlie secretary of tate, and then only a lawyer is necessary to advise you how to steal according to law. For year the 8t. Louis Transit Company has been recklssly killing and maiming people until claims aggregating about, a million dollars have piled up against this corpora, tlon. And while others wondered why and how this company could anord to so carelessly kill and wound, it. never seemed to worrv tin Transit olhYints and stockholder. Aliout two months ago the Transit company changed 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. — 26 November 1904

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VMr4. BENTON, MO., NOVEMBER 26, 1904. Wo. I. IKES? Is Sow on at B. J. EMS' MORLEY'S A.CrAsiui m iiuvv uii (ii D. i nniiimu Greatest store! Prom all over the county people are flocking in to trade at my store Because they get Full Value for their Cash Money. Below are given some of the reasons for their coming. These may interest you. We Handle the Celebrated Peters' Shoes! i a THE BEST SHOE In America! ' So proclaimed by the Louisiana Pur- chase Exposition. Peters' Shoes Bear the Closest in spection. Guaranteed , Solid Leather Men's Shoes, $1.35. Solid Womeus' Shoes, $1, up. Cnlicoes, per yard, 3Ae up. Bleached Domestic, 5c up. Fullweight comforts, from 70c to $3.00. Children's undershirts, from 15c up. Ladies' Union suits, 25c up. Men's regular 50c fleece lined underwear, 40c. i Ladies' fleece lined regu lar 25c hose, 2 pair for 25c. R7 Blankets, - - 75c up. Dress goods 55 different kinds to select from. Jackets, Cloaks. Shawls, Dress Skirts, Underwear all size...

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. — 26 November 1904

Scott County Kicker si 41- K'aaW Eft I ES?T ".71.'. sw1 mU A. HAFNKR, VablUhor, NTON. ! ! MISSOURI The pneumonia season has begun. Are you up to date? The world's (air Is rapidly approach lag the saddening salvage period. Buy your Christmas presents early and void all the advice on the subject. Meanwhile Kojestvensky Is petting farther and farther away from The Hague. It may 'turn out that Japan ha? a fleet of disappearing torpedo boats In the North sea. Advices by cable convey the assurance that Mr. Itooscvclt carried Europe by a vote practically unanimous. Amid the excitement of the election returns King Edward pulled off his sixty third birthday almost unnoticed. Mr. Depew will be luteretted In the report that this year's crop of chestnuts will need an unusual amount of expurgating. Lou Dillon has broUen another trottlnf record without getting down to the two tnlnute mark, aud she hasn't got them all broken yet, either. The Chicago clergyman who preached on "Dollars vs. Manhood" ...

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. — 26 November 1904

The BnlK of MntrhnnA. Tturo were two womrn standing side by tide at a stall In tho Terminal market, recently, awaiting their turn to bo served. Each carried a big wil low basket on her arm, and as tho proprietor finished with one customer, one of the women lifted the cover from her basket and said: "Two quarts of those white unions, plcr.so." Tho man looked at her somowhnt ftupldly for a moment and then said: 'Oh, you mean a quarter pcckl" Tho woman assented and the other woman with the basket looked at her curiously for a moment and then iwkrd: "You're from New York or the caMcrn states, cren't you?" "Yen, from New York state," said (ho other woman. "1 knew Itl They always figure by dup.rts In thoso slate until they got up to a full peck, and hero, and In New Jersey, and In Ohio. 1 know, it is nil 'quarter peck and thalf peck.' "Isn't it funny?" said the other woman. "But were you over south, ot in the Washington markets?" "No," said tho other, "I nover have been." "Well," said tho...

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. — 26 November 1904

lit T HI' VOL IV., NO. 1. Throe years ago an infant was burn in Benton and named the Scott County Kicker. It was heulthv iu appearance, but the "knowing ones" wno had doctored all former nows paper ventures of the county foretold its early demise. The miner, tliev said, had symptoms of independence- ins, irom wmcn no newspaper could survive in 8cott county. Theso doctors voluiiiecifl their mlvice, however. They hud neither been employed nor consulted. Before its birth 1 had decided to change doctors and trust the infant to less cj(jvnruv.vu, uuv riB oeiuBii nunus, 1 trusted its eiistencc to the farm ers oi Scott county nnd lieelhow the thins grows ! Today it is known in every county and its influence is felt throughout the stnte. w lint a. whopper for a 8-year-old i,aoo circulation ami growing fust And the farmers of Scott cmintv did it! What couldn't the fanners of the state and of the nation do if they only know their strength' During the three years of it ex istence tliin paper 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. — 3 December 1904

. Jf.i.y,i..- vffltt 1 f; I. j If SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 4. BENTON, MO., DECEMBER 3, 1904. No. 2. TO IRON COUNTY JAIL. That Is Where Two Scott Coun ty Kx-Poatmaaten Hare IK'cu Sentenced. II. A. Jones and John Merritt. ex postmasters nt Vnnduser, art-Bent-enced to the Iron County Jnll to serre a bIx month' sentonco for mla appropriating government funds. Lon Jones, ns he la called, won poatmaater at Vanduser until along in the anmmor, when he waa succeeded by John Merritt. . A post-office in apector came along and found Jonca a90 short nnd Merritt $82 short. Indictments followed and last week Jones and Merritt were arrested and taken to St. Louis before Judge Adams of the United States court, and ench fined the amount of their shortage and sis months in the Iron county Jail. , . The Post-Dispatch, sa.vs: "Unrlo Sam made short work of both ruses. The two meiiwcra Indicted two weeks ago, arrested and brought to St. Louis Tuesday and convicted Wed nesday." Yes, Uncle Sam work nlong t...

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. — 3 December 1904

I 9 si- im 1st t lrt 1 la... ft aaaTaTaTanBmanaiaaTaBaM i 1 . in Scott County Kkher Mm. A. HAraiR, MlhkM TtBNTON. I"" I I UIMOUM. Chicago may have a $50,000,000 unf around railway system. Apply early for billboard rights. . 1 In Panama's case the advance agent of prosperity will assume the robust form of Secretary Taft. Bombs are again being hurled in Barcelona. That place seems to be the Patcrson.N. J., of Spain. It appears that Mr. Mudd of Mary land got through without being com pelled to take his opponent's dust. The Baltic fleet is still headed east ward, but it stops at every telegraph office to find out whether it has been recalled. An airship got up high enough at St. Louis the other day to impale Itself on a fence. Well, that's something for an nlr ship. ' Mr. HatmaUer's lnveutlon for produc ing milk In powdered form gives the consumer full assurance that the milk has not been watered. It Is comforting To know that the ever present danger of war between lingiana and Portugal...

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. — 3 December 1904

AN INEXPENSIVE BARN. Hans of a lerrieeable Structure Erect, d by 0. Xeller, a Nebraska Farmer. The barn coit but f 600, yet It la found to ba very lattsfactory. It Is the prop crly of C. Keller, of Lancaster county, Neb. The structure Is entirely of light timbers and without the usual braces, beams and posts which characterise a barn of this size. By referring to the diagram ttae-great advantage of space and of handling the hay will be seen. The building Is held securely together by the tresttes connecting the plates. These are constructed on the same prlnclplo as bridge spans. Since the barn was built In 1901, there have been 'several severe storms, but the struc ture has not spread. In making a durable foundation for the building, Mr. Keller, the owner, adopted rather original plans. He asks the farmers to notice the ordinary farm home and observe that In many eases the chickens and hogs have combined their efforts and about destroyed the stone wall; the chickens picking out the m...

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. — 3 December 1904

J n i 1, i f5 in, i' i f.-v-'S1- -tv y 9 Tv V- . Stove time Is here and we are driving STOVES and everything e'se In order to make room for our Great Holiday Stock. Santa Claus will make his home with us. Only a few days ieft to make room. We Handle the Celebrated Peters' Shoes! THE BEST SHOE In America! So proclaimed by pi f"N the Louisiana Pur- H. chase Exposition. Calicoes, per yard, :Ue up. Bleached Domestic, 5c up. r nil weight comforts. Blankets, - - 75c up. Dress goods 55 different S (GTS. Hi .-.J . I- St J vIIHIS I II SIMI'IT 1171111 ( from 70c to .t:-.00. JS?' J .Jackets, Cloaks, Shawls, I hildron s underslurts. WMr. su-;.. it.i,.i.,.... mJwlKffiM T vf nil sizes, weights and prices. Ladies ln,unsmts;2ocup. -Jv Children' Cloaks-a nice Men s regular 0e ileece ! KPt-,' fWlis t.. .i.,..f r lined underwear, 40c. H Ladies' ileece lined reuu- L lar 25c hosn. 2 nnir i'nv :"i Cx&-'jIS ' i -sxKf Bear the Closest in- g u - T" spection. Guaranteed rli '"ft Wl"ve Just Received a Car...

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. — 10 December 1904

) SCOTT COUNTY FLICKER. Vol. 4. BENTON, MO., DECEMBER 10, 1904. No. 3. Didn't We Tell So? Santa Claus Has Arrived and Will Make His Home in Our Store Until Christmas Eve. I I 1 I i 1 1 1 Kg I Wife I art. m. I 10M WM HRMA MX HrriTTr m JEWELRY, Solid Gold and Filled. WATCHES, For Ladies or Gentlemen. CLOCKS, Ornamental and Reliable. Silver Ware, Elegant and Very Fine. ALBUMS, The Very Latest Out. Stationery, Appreciated by Anyone. l--O-- -- 1 i mi UUUMIMI1 iiillfllllljllliiillllillllln.(hlllil llillilllliW PRESENTS, Come See Our Big Line. NICE TOYS, You Never Saw the Like. Rocking Horses Durable and Comfortable. I Tin lilvnracc Wanpnnc MH For Little Boys or Oirls NOVELTIES, Every Kind and Variety. CANDIES, The Purest and Best. ii tt i m 1 Come and See what Santa Has. i p I i I i w i 5. j;: 1 Dealer in Everything and the Temple of High Grade Goods where Low Prices Prevail. V II II i MS i NO ROOM FOR COMPLAINT. Really the people luuv no room to eomphiln at tho way laws arc en forced. Th...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 10 December 1904

BftBftBjB'f'"' svVbVXSt sVsVsVWm-' bsVsVsVHl-v:: LVsvVnHy Scott County KicKcr rail. a. HAnwm hmhm BfjNTON. . t HIMOURt 1.HMI DECEMBER. 1 1904 I HON. I TUS.I Wlb. THO I Ml I ST MM SUs J 4 5 6 7 8 9 i ii 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 2324 226228 253031 TOPICS OF THE DAY. 1 Filipino School. There are 1,000 American teachers In the Philippines centered In 338 larg er towns out of 934 towns In the en tire archipelago. Two thousand prl mary schools are In operation, and they employ the services of 3,000 na tive teachers. lu.t Like St. I.ouls. A bundle of boodle money has been returned to a St. Louis man for th9 reason, as expressed by the court, that the owner of the bundle "was Isnorant of the purpose for which the money was to be applied." Just like St. Loulsans. They hand out the stuff and never ask why or wherefore. Kntlier' Rlidits Vnuriia-il. A Philadelphia school ma'am Is de fendant in a $23,000 damage suit In stituted by the parents of a boy whom the teacher caressed with a str...

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. — 10 December 1904

AN INVITING PROSPECT, Will Canada In the nest quarter of a eintary take the place of the United State as the great .wheat exporting ectlon of the western hemliphorel Everything polnti that way. In the opinion of expert the United States has reached high water mark as a wheat exporting 'country. Tho increasing population over there hai reached the point when home consumption is be coming annually greater in proportion than the increase in wheat production. At a matter of fact wheat production la decreasing over thcro as tho land bo comes more valuable and by reason of tho demand for other forms of produce for home consumption. It is said that ' the wheat crop this year is not more than 70 per cent, of the crop of 1VU1 and muqh below tho crops of 1902 and 1903. It Is estimated .that this year the United States surplus for export will not be over 100,000,000, which is less than any year slnco 1878 with two ex ceptions. Not only is this the cose, but a considerable quantity of the best ...

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. — 10 December 1904

f A i pus r Its Ik SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. itartd ftt tta pMiofflnla Ueiiton, Mo., ou rb Subscription, - f 1.00 Tor Year. Pmi. A. Hai'XRK. : Publisher. FROM OKAN. And now comrs the news from Wellington that the next conpess will nt tempt to inctvnHC tlu- usilunes of prtvlilent, viei'-im'iilcnt and con gressmen jn.st donliU. This would give tilts proakh'tit $1 00.000 per year, tlic vuo-pivsiilont $110,000 ami congi-eMim-ii $10,000. TlwtV vilit Rub it in on t lie blamed foul- who work for n dollar n chip unci whoop 'AH flit foi- tin. tmrlv. Tlii'v in-i t1ii fellow who must pay it. i TttMt wnitl In his otlieinl iicuiuiil Biiui Cook put tho Kicker down n. a Republican paper. Anil when the newly cl.mteil Secretary of State sees thif he i Habit' to 'weleet' the Kicker in which to publish the constitution il itineiiilnieiits two years hence Kit her of the three min.iniiccd e nidi ltit" for the United Stales S'Mi ite fro'ti Missouri has tho ueees-s-.iiy cpmlilh atioiiN to join the Mil lio.i ii...

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. — 17 December 1904

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 4. BENTON, MO.,. DECEMBER 17, 1904. No. 4. Till PRESIDENT'S ME88AGE. President Roosevelt' tneRRnge to congress printed in lust wek'n Kicker in n lengthy document, Imt Its tone Is entirely different from any message presented to emigrant In recunt, years. He says something. Not the least noteworthy is the length at which lie dwells on the labor question. It seems to mo that the president! has dealt government by Injunction and some or his fudnral judges a blow squarely between the eyes. And especially t-nnld tlienien snge be construed as a dliippt-ovul of Peabodylsm In Colorado. It is the established into among: employers during a strlknto apply for injunctions, and tlio jmlp's often Issue restraining orders forbidding strikers from even talking to pleading with nonunion men not to take their phiees. Nearly all, if nob nil, the men who nro brought into u utrlko district are brought in by mlxtepioentntioiiM of tlio iifrcnts ot tlio employers. They tiro usuall...

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. — 17 December 1904

3 Scott County KicKer rau. a. UAwttun, nuikM 1MNT0H. i i t M1M0P1U. 190 DECEMBER 1 1904 SUN. I WON. I Tilt. I WtP, I TMU I Ml I t. W lt MM M J 4 5 6 7 8 9 io n 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 2 20 27 28 22 JO 3 I TOPICS OF THE DAY. Anttiltliiti flntlarlrd. Admiral Dewey declined to serve on tlio Baltic sea fleet commission. When a man can have anything he wants he doesn't seem to want anything. Quntlrpimlnl Attrntlnna. So long as the custom of holding September elections endures Maine and Vermont can count on attracting national attention once every four years, anyhow. A Bnm-h of Antonlnhers. Just as the astonishment over Mis souri going republican Is subsiding comes Kentucky with fervent prayers for water In the form of rain. The thirst is wholly In the ground. "After Yon. Unnlon." The one obstacle to the perfect suc cess of The Hague peace conferenca Is the iwllto determination ol each na tion that the others shall have prece dence In the net of disarming. Ilirto In the Uum...

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. — 17 December 1904

A SILAGE DlSTMIUTOR. Strict Which Distributee and Mixta the' Fodder at Zt Xa Fad Into fllo. Some time ago the Ohio Farmer Musi (rated a silage distributor, consisting of a large board suspended by ropes so that the silage would (all upon it, anil by tilting would drop the silage, first on one side and then on the other. The silage apparently still was to be mixed, and scattered by hand, The distributor I describe spreads the silage over the entire silo, mixes It at the same time, and when onco adjusted aright needs no further change till the silo la filled. Make a shield of boards (1) about three feet square. Hang this to the roof by hinges, the hinges to screw into tho rafters and bolt to the shield BHOW1NU METHOD OP OPERATION, tauten small pulleys to tne side of a rafter as shown In cut. Pass rope over pulley and fagtcn to lower edge of shield Let the other end (5) nan? down in l!o within reach. The shield should lie placed not more than one-fourth of the distance to the back tide...

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. — 17 December 1904

Bit- 5ft ft- 3 IV- 8 iUrtd at tbo titt afllce In llnnton. Ho, rtbnmrx 14, up, m McDDd-ctam until -nutter Subscription, - f 1.00 Per Year. W Phil. A. Hakseii. : l'ublislwr. A HliAllT-TO-ItUAIlT TALK. I wnnt to luivo iv littlo heart-to heart talk with my subscribers tu fee if 1 ciimiot convince those who think tlmt n county paper tuifiht. to bo sent to tlietn until tliey get. ready to pity for it. nre wrong. Tii" meat, nuijority of Kicker rend er! pay in advance, but there nre eonii whose niunc's live not .iplcti ouh on tUe pnid-iip li-t. It i-vd thoe nnd of tin) nimoyiiiirf iiursililt' be chum; of these, timl. 1 wish to spook. The KickOr bus now closf to 1,:U)0 aubxurihi't's. To kvt track of thee in n satisfactory manner on the pay us you-plense plan would require the uddition to the Kicker force of u competent man at. no small salary. The in-h in-advance plan means no nilditmi ,il cot and it lii-iter feeling nllatouml. When your time in out your paper st-.p-i, unless renewed Li t li...

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. — 17 December 1904

t,;'v; 4 V", Scott County Kicker. Supplement. Benton, Mo. , December 17, 1904. FROM COMMERCE. .Fire broke out In the barn of Ar thur and Ben Galther a mile and a half below town Friday morning, de stroying 3500 bushels of corn, a lot of hay and some farm implements. Lohs about $2,000; no Insurance. Mr. Thompson of Santa Fee, III., died Sunday at the age of DO years. He was post-master up to the time of his death. Mrs. C. F. DeWint. und daughter, Mrs. Geo.Shero, came home from St. Louis Saturday on the Gray Eagle. " An accident happened to the Ches ter above the Cape and she did not get here till midnight Saturday. Died on Big Island Friday, Dec. 0, Ada, wife of Cy Lomax. She was buried here Sunday evening. A fine big boy arrived at the home nf Mr. and Mrs. John Hans on the morning of December 0. Mrs. W. R. Matthews, mother of T. J. Matthews, died at her home Tuesday from pneumonia. Miss Lillie Torbert, who has been living in St. Louis, has moved hero for the winter. Wliile playing w...

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. — 17 December 1904

T4 i ' i " f v " " J- t it 'I. ? 4 St v . dc lie qi r V o nc1 E Tl v E V MM- llm Moi Can otiirl . .t tl it ol of tl I'ail 'MM SUM, Ik'. :i a' on ok Vmlj Am; hail Iku tin hat v !i lien han oval Ik 1 wil )in. i y Ot in ' . It , 2 iill am ton l : .s U i'd an an of v Mil; llilK a s itt. ttlo ;nvi I on h, li, L-i i ttfl M iw Mtiin!iKrnri1t- FROM VA DU8ER. Dr. L. S, Mayfleld will leave tie soon and go to Portagevllkt, where ne goes into partnership witn ni cousin. We regret to loee him. We are preparing for a good time nere unnstmas. Everyooay snouia come to our entertainment'. ' J. S. Wallace is lucky when it corneal ' to hunting coons. He, got five out or one tree last wee. Mrs.' Lulu FhilliDs has been very ill for the past week, but is now some netter. - Let's all go to the box supper to nlnht. It's for tho benefit' of the ' church. Uncle Doc Reeves' new dwelling is . finished and he nas moved in. Miss Agnes Redman is very 111 at present with pneumonia. ' Miss Eva Woodward Is visiting ...

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