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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 28 January 1905

i?5 "!. 4 v t MOSCOW NOW DANGER ZONE. Worklnvmtn of (he- Old nasataa Capital Rrpeatlait the Tactles of the St. Peterabura; Me. tt. Petersburg, Jan. 24. The most startling feature In the situation Moo day night was the news that several factories Im Moscow had closed and that the workmen In the old capital of Russia were repeating the tactics of their fellow workmen of the new capital, marching from shop to shop and mill to mill demanding that the establishments be shut down. The whole city Is reported to be In a state of great excitement over the news of the bloodshed here Sunday, which precipitated immediately the strike that had been planned for Wed nesday. Moscow has more workmen and less troops than 8L Petersburg, and besides Is Just now tho heart of fho liberal movement, and the danger of bloodier occurrences thero than have Jbcen witnessed here arc proportionate ly greater. A rising at Moscow In also more likely to have greater results In diistrially and politically than that ...

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. — 28 January 1905

ir ft J V. :f I 1 ,4 KM 1 M if 3fC rebnJjrSMtSMM la Beatei.K., 01 Atr Bnbscripttoa, fl.OO Per Tear. Phil. A. Hinrm. : Publisher. NEW FEDERAL COURT DIVISION Both houses of congress have pus Red Mr. Vundivcr's bill authorising a new division of tbo Federal court at Cnpo Girnnlenn, und th raensnre now uwultn thcprPMldent'ssigtuttun1. Under itn terms It. will go into effect July 'U next. The now ilivfaipn, which is to he known ns the "ontlipastetn division, judicial Hist i i, t of Miwomi, will in clude the count ir of (toppQlmrdwiu, 8cott, Minstittatppi, lVruicot, New Madrid, Dunklin, Butler, Stoddard, Ripley, Carter, Oregon, Shannon, Reynolds, Wayne, MudUon, Bollinger and Perry. No additional official are provided for and there In u pro tIko in the bill that the place for holding court shall be furnished free of expense to tbe government. Term of the court are to be held on the second Monday in April and October of each yeor. The records of the Court will continue to be kept at 8t. Lou...

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. — 4 February 1905

SCOTT COUNTY RICHER Vol. 4. BENTON, MO., FEBRUARY 4, 1905. No. 10. OBSERVATIONS BY THE EDITOR. -o- A Millionaire Manufacturer of St. Louis Declares Him self a Socialist and Divides Profits with Employes. Hundny'K Posl-Diaputeli devoted an entire page to tho growth of Socialism in this country nnd espf.o inll.V in Missouri uud St.. Louis. It ' -also contains tint picturo of N. O. Nelson, ii millionaire manufacturer! of St. , Louis, wlio hits declared for tt'oclalism nud Is today sharing pro. fltfl with hiii employes, AHki'rf if hp thought tho workingmuti wm on titled to tho fall product of hlH labor, the millionaire nodded hi head cm phatlcallyuud answered: "Preclsi-ly, precisolv I" "The needs ol the poor in this country are dally increasing," con tinued Mr. Nelson, "and the cry of 'the destitute grows ever louder. Right hero in 8k. Louis there is n quarter as derold of comfort nnd decency as any to bo found in the old citics of Europe. While tho daily anxiety about tomorrow's bread ...

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. — 4 February 1905

Scott County Kicher PHII. A. 11AVMKK, PnbtUher. BENTON. I t t MISSOURI, "Gentleman" DeftaeJ. II li a current cutora la many of tho colleges to gather the new stu dents at the beginning of the year and set forth tfie most judicious gentlemen obtainable to bid them welcome and mako wise discourse to them about th new world they have come into, and how they may beat assimilate Its best offerings. They do this every fall at Harvard, ata.es E. s. Martin, In th Metropolitan Magazine, and last Octo ber President Eliot, coming as the last or the speakers who addressed the new comers In tho Sanders theater, Impart cd to them some true and timely Ideas ubout being gentlemen In the demo cratic fishlou proper to this untram nieled land. Discussing the character istics ot a gentleman In democratic so. doty, he submitted that he should bo gentle of speech, quiet of demeanor, a serene person who does not bluster, or bustle, or hurry, or vociferate, but who pays attention with the Intent tnlrd whlc...

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. — 4 February 1905

PW i 1 1 ii ii ip i mi n iiii m iiii i i ipwpmi mm i in i Saaewaaamai , 7 Wew Version. "What dM you nay, John J" queries Mn John, viewing her full length rcllectiei in the mirror. "I Mid," repeated John, dletlnct'y, " RUSSIAN ATTEMPT tost?' 1 the man?' ifouatoi I I fl UT V iniLLU LI1MIILUI lace Thrones Sleeper Serriee Bt. Lorn I . , to at. Aagultnt. 'BHlnnlng January 0.190J,tha Sontheri iWlwy,r-onIySt.LonUUnawlth ita owi rails to Jacksonville nut Into unlM flat observation eleeiMr line from St. Louie t ON TUK ROAD. Thla alaapar wlU lean St. LouU every day except Sunday at 10:01 ! arrive at Jacksonville the next ever In at 9:89 p. m. and arrive at St. Aunt tlnaat 10:83 p. m. The trip la directly throafh tha beautiful Bin Grass Reglos of Kentucky, thenee tie, Chattanoaaa. trl .tt'S "Mo". G. At Leyingtoa. Ky., thla sleeper is taken on to tha fanjoui "Chleato ft "Florida 8peclal''-tha flneS winter Ira n In tha WorfiT rmil artetro! perfectly eoMtructed equipment Another attractive featur...

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. — 4 February 1905

MOT OOORTT KICKKfi. SnbMripttoB, tl.00 Per Tmt. Pol. A, Hapkbk. : Publisher. AMHOOKOBMBIIT. I hereby nnBoiseemrMif a taaAtaat. lor feat Ooentj Kfcool GcamMeiaoer. isblectto tUl CI the enter on April . Tm,l,ranu. FROM NEW HAMBURG. Mm. Vinront Ht'isnrer Las one of the tnoHt. unique hot houses for flow ers in the comity. It in located on tlio south piiiK ot tbt dwelling and cotmitR of an oicavition resembling stem. All in cvmentd and the roof is glass. On t.ho steps ior ahelvtm) the flower pots irw placed nnd the (oldest wcHther does not Injure the flowers of which she has a great va riety. There it deep sorrow in the acob Urhahn home. Bnndny a child wim born to Mr. and Mrs. Urhahn, and it died on t he following day. The mo ther followed on Tuesday eveniug, and on Thursday morning man laid to rest beside her child. Her funeral was largely attended. 8he was a good worn mi, Mr. nnd Mi. John Btike and Mr.-. John ThoniHs, of Cape Girardeau, oame down Tuesday to visit George Gerst, who is s...

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. — 11 February 1905

C-3 SCOTT COUNTY RICHER. Vol. 4. BENTON, MO., FEBRUARY II, 1905. No. II. AS 5,000 REWARD. It Is entirely out of the ordinary tor a metropolitan newspaper to print the pictures of fourteen mil lionaire ptrntes on if h first pngo and offer $5,000 for their urrcst, convic tion nnd imprisonment. Rut that, Id just what the Chicago Examiner of February 2 did. Four years ugo the Chicago Ex aminer began a campaign ngalnst tho meat trust nnd furnished to the United States attorney such convinc ing evidence of its violations ol law that lie could not avoid action. The matter was taken tip before Judge Crosscut) ' Illinois nnd in nine months ho rendered a decision en joining the packers from continuing their conspiracy against the public. The moat trust appealed to (he United State supreme court and just kept on violating Judge Cross cup's injunction order. It is well hero to remark that when a striking laborer violates an injunction of the court he is put in jail. Not so with the captains of ...

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. — 11 February 1905

aBfcU t u i Kin-" ' 1 11 if "MV sLv its -4 Er'8 i- ft ,1 Hi Scott County KicKer PMIt. A. UAFNKlt, PbUikr, MNTOM. IIIMOVM. Dutch merchants have opened a chamber of commerce in London, to which 4P0 members belong. The coining of the longest word In our lan&unRo Is credited to Mr. Glad stone, "iHApHtnlillshmenttirl.nilsm." Of the tmtlents In the lunatic asy lum at Lahore, India, 33 per cent, are believed to have been habitual hemp drug taker. In the herring season, which ex tends from the middle of August to the. end of December, the Ashing boati of Yarmouth, England, caught SCE, 878,800 herrings. Dr. L. A. Van Wagner, of llrookneld has Invented a device which Is to be attnehed to the telephone which will give Indication If there has been any call during the absence of tho attend-ant. During the lirst nine months of 100 Germany's Impoits amounted to $1, 134,070,000. exceeding those of the cor responding period of 1903 by $33.:01, 000. During the same time Germany exported wares val...

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. — 11 February 1905

AN OLD MAW'S TRIBUTE. Aa Ohio Fruit Rtinr, 7! Ver Old, Cnre4 I a Terrible Cut Afttr T Yer ol ttfirlm. Sidney Justus, fruit doaler, of Men tor, Ohio, Bnys: " I va cured by Donn'i Kidney Pills of a lovore caso of kid ney trouble, ol eight or ten ears standing, suffered the most severe backache and other pains In the region of the ' kidneys. Those were especially severo when atoonltiir to lift SIDNEY JUSTUS. - nvthln. A jftca I could hardly straighten my back. The aching was bad In the day time, but just as bad at night, and ) wns always Inmo In the morning. 1 wns bothered with rheumatic pains an rlropnlcal swelling of tho feet. Tht urinary passages were painful, and the M-crctlorm were discolored and so frei that often I hail torlsaat night. I felt tired all day. Half a box served tc velleve me, and three boxes effected permanent euro." A TI11AL PUEK Address Foster. Milliuin Co., Unffalo, X. Y. For salt 'jy (ill dealers, l'rlcc, 60 cents. VIHT FOREIGN PERSONALS. William .1. Van Patten...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 11 February 1905

flOOTT OOUKTY KICKER. Kilmd at tfc. MMrtMli BmU, Mu., oi rtbmary II, MM, m wml ilitt mm mMtct Phil. A. Haitoh. : PabVaher. ANNOOMOBMKNT. 1 bortb aaao.iMB.Ttott M&dtiirt. lot 0ott Co.nt j School Oomsjtolwit. ibMm to UM will rt the Ttr on April . tMf. 1. FMtaa. The New Couaty t?ourt. The members of tbe newly elected county court began operations Mon day. They are W. 0. Lambert, Ben ton ; Chan. E. Moore, Orau ; Jos. W. Myers, Sikeston. Allarefaruierennd regarded as men of considerable ex perience. It may also be said that tbe peopli- look npon thorn n being f trictly honest, and the Kicker will venture the assertion that among them is to be found quite a sprinkle of what is commonly called "hons sense." An old citizen was orerbearu to say, "the new court starts off well 1 and maintains the dignity such! bodies ought to maintain. Come to think about it, ths members occupy very important positions." Well, yes. The county court is t he HOST important o! them all ami how little attenti...

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. — 18 February 1905

fit A -tsmm. sh ? im im im -h h -mv m " h Vol. 4. BENTON, MO., FEBRUARY 18, 1905. " No. 12. form 01 irovernment. THB MAGIC JIMMY. "It b only matter of simple math emattoa to ascertain the day, and that only a few years away, when 10 men will ba as absolutely and completely th legal owners of the United State and all there la of val ue In It, as John D. Bockefeller I the absolute legal owner of the largs sec tlon of It of which he la today pos sessed. When that day la here the people will legally be THB SLATES of these ten men." Sn says Thou. W. Luwson, the Bo ton financier who In uncovering the method of Wall Street. 01 their business eytem Mr. Luwson contin ues: "Mmullv, legally or ethically, the Louisiana Lottery, with hII It atteiidtitit curse, wa m fur ta'tter iiiHtltiitiiin for the people to hump up ngalimt every month titan I the system Against which the whole peo ple nits now, directly or indirectly, dealing every working day of the year. Startling thin statement, may be, but...

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. — 18 February 1905

Scott County KlcRcr tutu a. umn rmtmtws ihtom. a i i mimopiu. The mint at Paris struck last year over 6,OflO,coo francs of slim eolni tor uso In Tunis. The Peruvian railways have all been consolidated. They are now controll ed by an English syndicate. Prince Mlrstty, Russia's reform statesman, attributes much of his sue des In public life to his brilliant wife. The United States produced In tla plate 2,000 tons In 1S91. In 1892, (1.092 tons: 18i3. 44.503 tons; over 100 100 tons In 189:.; In 1900. 302,666 tons; and In 1903 close to 400,000 tons. Loral dealers In Europe are exhibit" Ing and advertising "American shoes." These shoes are manufactured la Hungary and Austria and are a poor Imltntton of the genuine Americas product. tust as the pit was busiest in th Snn Francisco strain and produce ex change recently, somebody emptied a bottle of asafetlda into the blf? stove, and the members at once adjourned by a silent but unanimous vote. The principal exports of Italy aw raw silk and s...

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. — 18 February 1905

-"T - ii ') 11 sr. IPOFBAy ODDITIgl. On a burglar arrested In Paris the po lice found a beautifully executed picture in water colors of the house he bad robbed. The Liverpool police have -stopped (he practice common there of can vasslag for the sale of coffins at houses where a death has taken place. It was mentioned In a London police court the other day that burglars la a Jewelry store tested watches, tn order to tell good from cheap ones, by throw tag them on the floor. I A turner's workshop, with large mo tive wheel and dog trained to turn It, la advertised to be let In the city of Liege, where one-dog and two-dog tilted carts and wagons are common. Married eight years, a German named Drew has seven sons, all of whom he has pledged to the German army. The Kaiser has written him a letter strong ly commending his patriotism. A London court has decided that any body may call himself a "retired aen- tleman," without being accused of false pretenses. The decision was In the ease of 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. — 18 February 1905

Ill HOOTT COUNTY KICKER. titina M th. DMtoBwIa Autos. M.( ou Fibrnarj t, IHt. m Maad4lwt moil mHr Phil. A. IUfnkr. : Publisher. Subscription, - tl.OO Tor Year. 4NXOUNOP.MRNT. 1 limbi nanoanMinttWf n cvit.dMatcfcr 8ott INiont.f Hfhool nmamlMloBer. ttlnt to thp nil f the totrrt en April 4. , rtTitt. About Falth-nnrt Otltur Things. i Uj -Ton. 11. FAinKir:i.i. "Yo have ped ol faith," n.iith t!it Hcrlptureo. Although, looking over the bills now being introduced by loginlutni !, we almost conclude that w ncedji whole lot more faith than is ever nlloteil to one man, yet we at nil times should have a certain amount of it juet enough to make life pleasant without making us an easy mark for the gold brick man. To illustrate: Once on a time n man, prompted bj n morbid and air most womanly curiosity, nrmed him self with thatdeadliestot all weapons a microorope and proceeded to examine through it all the foods set before hitn. Presently his appetite fled like the mists of morning, io to speak. D...

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. — 25 February 1905

SCOTT COUNTY IilCKER. Vol. 4. BENTON, MO. FEBRUARY 25, 1905. No. 13. A FROM NEW HAMBURG. Ulrlch Klaus tins bought thoGosho storo building property; considera tion 8750. Mr. Klaus and family llvoin tho dwelling soctloti-nnd Peter Srhoon occupios the store portion ns a wnroroom. Louis Burger, of Ednn, visited his father in-law, Vincent Holssorcr, who has been qulto sick, Tuesday. Ewult Hutmn accompanied him home. Mrs. Rosu, wifo of Cuspcr Mens, died Friday of pneumonia. Slie wiih about SO years old and leuves six children. D. H. Harper sold for'Theo. Resscl tho farm known as tho Peter Bollin ger place to Nick Dannenmueller. Loniiic, the ;l-y ear-old hoii of Mr. and MrH. Titos. Blocker of tho Rledn settlement, died on the l.'lth. Daughters worn horn to Mr. and Mr. John Legrund mid Mr. and Mrs. I os. Glueck. John Dumey and Miss Bertha Hies wore married Tuesday of hist week. Mother Gonhe is confined to her bed threatened with pneumonia. After a lingering Illness George Gerst pnsscd away ...

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. — 25 February 1905

Scott County KkKer mt, A. atweb, rw mnton. t t wsiouiu. Vesuvius under n mantle of snow n one of the curiosities to be wit ueaierl at Naples. A' 'fir1 A Danish engineer recently built a vwael after the lines of Noah's Ark, as laid down In the nibtc. It maila a craft of 306 tons. It made a trial trip near Copenhagen and proved a good tea boat. Railroad men, while digging gravel In Work Butte mountain, near LI on. BlsUlyou county, Cal.. recently came upon nn Immense burled mass of Ice, believed to have been there from , time Immemorial. The total trade of the Yukon ter rllory for the calendar your 1903, ns shown by the customs returns at the poits of Pawson and White Horse, amounted In value to fis,o09.S94 lm ports representing tl.H98.8S3 and ex ports 810.811,211. Of the exports. $10. 824.72n represent gold dust, and but 9186,491 merchandise. A magazine bearing the happy title, "How To Make Money," has given up the ghost after an existence of just three months. During Its lifetime It ...

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. — 25 February 1905

f HOTS! ABOUT HOTABtEi. '' John Sparki, sortraorof Ntvfttfft, W i Ml. Ethel Dr.t ntrtt dtughter of i;J Jevota herelt to concert work cause her father's citt at hli death was too email to support hie family. ' Thepdore B. McLtllaa, MajMt olden rrlnter, and the friend andtokpanlon of Pree dent Franhlln PltroNathanl.l jcrved hie nlnetythlrlrthdty recent, ly at Brunswick. M; v Ma . viciurr uq lull Bench eppfaVrom,heBUperlorcourti it Puna. now 7 years old and -' m in nwn near the Lake of Con. O.ance. wan lh origin. 'Cross raovfement It Is 45 years since h luiBiva iuf worn and 40 since the jnteS MlfltlOriil eonvntlnn at HAnin TV....... WMlrst Inflnenced by what he had read of riorenco Nightingale work In the vumcin war, , 'Frederick Vandcrbllt seldom goea anywhere in sociMv. w tiiib is Iremcly, nnd It Is said he freqttsntly goes mm ay wnen ins wife nas house parties. hey nre a devoted couple, and Mrs. Van tlerbllt horsilf Is not much taken with pocieiy-er to-day. She Is fond of liter, ary...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 25 February 1905

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. nwnii if, un, M Mcosa-elM. Ball I tttr Phil. A. Hafnkh. : Publisher. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. AltNOUNCKMKNT. I farrcbr ntmo.iHwa.Yfelf ncniiillilftte fof Scott i'onnt.t School UumalMlofitr. Ibltct tu ttio will of thoTotrnoa AprU4. 'Men. A. Fgrrin. THE POT BEGINNING TO BOIL The Kicker laid hoped that the lo cal option question would not create the Htir nnd strife that it did when voted on before, and tbnt the people would be relieved from the enmities thut are usual to such buttles. How ever, both fides seem to have an Bounced "ready" and the next week will And us in the thick of the fight. Monday the saloon men met at Oranforthe purpose of organisation. Joe Miller, agent for Lemp's brewery at Oran, was chosen chairman; Joe W. Moore, the round-cornered 8ikes ton Lawyer, was elected secretary, and Geo. Metz, of Oran. treasurer. After organization the "hat" wan passed ami over 91.100 dropped in, This "pile" so excited an alleged newspaperman thi.t he offered 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. — 4 March 1905

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 4. BENTON, MOh MARCH 4. 1905. No. 14. The Parable mf the Ilrothcrs. By Jim. H. FAtnrnii.n. Now it camo to pan In those days that two brothers of the tribes of tho Hutnanltcs, named respectively Craft unci Worth, set out together along the great highway of Life. Thoy boro company for many furlongs, but Craft, being the elder, was much given to dictation, and quarrel were frequent. Coming to where a road called in those days "Short Cuts to Hum," they had a quarrel more violent than usual, the cause of which being Craft's wish that thoy travel on the by road. Worth, though young, was not to lie bullied and refuted to go tuut until, so Cralt in nlu.lt anger strode on up the by-way alone, ieav lug Worth to travel the straight highway unaccompanied. And to this day tho place Is known as the "Parting of tho Ways." Following a time-honored custom. I will tint chronicle events in the life of tho elder. Now behold as Craft walked along tho by-way lie came upon n mnn ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 4 March 1905

'.5 ' Scott County KicKer rait, a. BAwymn, riMMn KOTOW. i i MMIOOIU. In 1004 there were mined 9,050.000 tons of coal In Japan. 'Ten years ago the Japanese coal production did not exceed 3,000.000 tons. Mexican mints turn out more silver money than those of any o'her coun try In tho world. Last year Mexico shipped several million silver dollar to China. A commercial estimate puts th 1904 bean crop of Michigan at about 4.000,000 biiRhels, 10 per cent, of which Is unsountt and flt only for feed for livestock. Forty thousand two hundred and nlnety-nlne cattle, valued at $3,7:3.56!), an average value per head of $92.40, were exported from the United States In January, 1905. Tho Vienna Society for the Proven tlon of Cruelty to Animals la selling donkeys at remarkably low prices, to replace the dogs generally used for drawing tradesmen's carts. One of the latest Industries devel oped In Vienna and Hcrlln Is the clean ing of playing cards. They are sub jected to various processes and emerge...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
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