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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 28 July 1876

SOVTJTKflN NEWS The recent census taken in Pallas. Texas, places (be population at sixteen thousand. The farmers throughout western Texas crying "too much rain." According to the mayor's report, the debt of Memphis is now, iii round numbers, $5,700,00-1. THE Little Bock ami Fort Smith railroad wi oiupleted to Fort Smith, Arkansas, last week.. The post office at West Point, Oa., was rohhed of over seven hundred dollars one night last week. Georgia planters are cneatred in shipping watermelons to the north now, fr which they are receiving good prices. It is Mated that within a radius of fifty miles arnnnd Augusta, Ga., the crops are finer than they have been for fifteen years. Eleven tons of cucumbers for northern di gestion were slopped from Jacksonville, Fla., a few days ago. Ax attempt was mnde last week to fire the city of St. Augustine, Fla., by kerosene oil and rags. Last week Mses Green, of Upson coun ty, Georgia, 6hot and killed another ne gro named Tom White. One ni:ht last w...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 28 July 1876

' It : ' ,Jt HICKMAN COURIER. FUBtHHKl TIBT WMK T GEO. AVARREN. OFFICE : Clinton street, next door to N.T. Harness & Co.'a Hardware store: VP 8TAIR9. 7 he Oldest Xetcxpaper in Western KsnNrky. George Warren, Eiliior. Price of Subscription j2. FRIDAY, JULY 23. I-TG FOR TRESIUENT, Samuel J. Tilden, OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, Thcs. A. Hendricks, OF INDIANA. ''.Iliisiiiws SToiico. Mr." Geo rue Warren lms so!e nu tborify to collect nny subscription amounts for the Hickman Cochier. due to me. Jxo. C. Wilson. Robert Lincoln, son of the late President I,iucola, will stump tlic Strife of Illinois in tie interest of Tilden aud Hendricks. It is Slid, and ty come llepu'di cns, ttt the passage of the bill tore real tLe Kesumpdoo Act, will give Ohio and Indiana to the Democrats certain. TrtERE is. said to be more than one hundred members of Congress absent from their places. Election time com ins on, they run home to run their claims for tie nest time. It is a thame. General Frank Siege...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 28 July 1876

THE HICKMAN COURIER. FRIDAY, : : : : : JULY ZS, 1S70 Advertisers mrtyt sen J in their Javois by o o clock I kitrsdag -morning to in sure their ojpcurvnce in 1 rii?i''s paper. Wanted We want tlie local news of your vicinity, such as births, raarii nges, deaths, improvements, slate o! crops, etc. If your ueighbor has a large hog, or a fine cow, or a pool crop of cot ton or corn, let 119 know it. dTLoeal Xfivs. iWouitou street is being; newly five J The Dyer County Tair conimeijee-i, October 1 7. The election for town iMar-hal oc cur., Motnl;iy, August 7. County officials Lusy serving; uo fices nti.l rppat ing. for Circuit Court Ilemt'itilcr to atten ti e meeting to night, at City Hall, for the purpose of organizing a Til-leu Reform Club. Fink luscious tomatoc, presented by Mr. Keyser, an J sliced and prepaid for lunch, by V'. L. McCutchen, is the way ihe CorniCR corps feasts these days. Some Iri-h potofatocs, raised" cn the plantation of Mr. Kyser, Osceola, Ark., received at Hickman, ...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 11 August 1876

THE WEEK PAST. The great centennial blast-that at Hell Gate, New York-will take place early in September. Everything is ready but the placing in the borings of the fifty thousand iiounda of explosives required to blow down the roof and the pillars and walls of the mines. .Tnnv a. WnrrriER ia a bachelor. His poetry is. not so good as it would be if he were more domestic ; but he isnt always on the ragged edge lest his darling child shall elope with an average young man, and he doesn't nave w ruu oif ,on5rht to find out which auvub ivi u&i& of the station-houses young Whittier is in JTrvo George, of Greece is a melan choly specimen of a monarch. Here he is junketing about Europe and accepting garters from Queen Victoria, when his country is on thevergeof a revolution and a terrific war is raging just north of it. It hi reported that he is coming to the United States iu a month or two to ex hibit himself, A little four-in-hand is a dangerous thing. A swell dragsman in New York ...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 11 August 1876

mn S0UTJij:n v KEtrs. At least two-thirds of Georgia's meione are never marketed. Kit rleath. from snake-bites in the last year in Calhoun county, Ala. Mrs. HOS5IGAS, of Bamesville, Ga., was killed by lightning on the 21t. TlIB gold exciteiaent in northern Georgia is at fever heat. . , . imEXTERYrrevails almost as an epidemic In middle Georgia. O.vb hundred thousand young shad have been planted in the Alabama nver at Mont, ornery. .. THB cremationists of South C"j!n" cored a big victory?ast week by cinderaUng tie remains of a man named Berry. Kick culture in Louisiana employs 50,000 people, on 1.200 plantations, produces a crop worth $3,000,000, and develops business to the extent of $10,000,000. JCMG a Btoim a few days ago in Greene county, Ga., lightning struck in a cotton patch on Mr. Ti. II. Rtujrh's farm and killed about a half acre of cotton. OS Friday the erection of three hundred and sixty head-stores at the graves of con federate soldiers in the Montgomery ceme tery was com...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 11 August 1876

- HICKMAN COURIER. rUBLIIHII tTEET WEEK BY GEO. WARREN. OFFICE r Clinton street, next door to N. P. names! & Co.'s Hardware store: TP STAIRS. 7 he 0!det Xeierpaper in Wrrn Kentucky. George Warren, Editor. jPricc of Subscript Io,jgg tmVAT: : : : : AUoTl, 1876. FOR PRESIDENT, Samuel J. Tilden, OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, Tlios. A. Hendricks, OF INDIANA. business Notice. Jlr.'GEoBGE Warren pole au thority -to collect any subscription amount for the Hickman Courier due to me. Jno. C. Wilson. Grant receives Belknap cordially at the wliite bouse, as a tried and trust cd friend. Hon. A. K. Boone, voted for the repeal of the specie resumption clause, wK.VI, a wUavote: It ia the great nfroke necessary toward relieving has iness depression, hard times, etc. A MAN by the name of Wstterson, said to be connected with, one of the Louisville papers, has been elected to Congress in the Louisville District, over one Capt. Heady, by an immense majority. - Hurra for Tilden. . A l'ADUCAn corre...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 11 August 1876

THE HICKMAN COURIER. FBIDAY, AUG. 11, 1876 Advertitm mvtt tend in their Javors hyS o'clock Thursday morning to in Dure their appearance in Friday' paper. Iocnl Xcwh. LOCAL option was defeated in Pducah Monday last. There is considerable Fickne" in the eountrj, but generally of a mild type. The rains this week have been worth thousands of dollars to our farmers. The Djer County Fair commence? Tuesday, Oct. IT, and continues 6 days. Mr. Jt. Warner, was elected City Marshal, Monday last, by 35 majority. A great many neglected voting.- Nearly all of our Southern exchan ge! report fine rains in their respective localities the past week. .Capt. C. L. Randle arrived home. Thursday, from Bailey Springs, Ala. Bis health, we regret, is not restored. Id Lake county, Joshua Tipton was re-elected sheriff; and Norman Donelson, county trustee. The county election pasrd Monday, dull, and quiet. No interest manifested, and consequently a very slim ota. Citizens of Moscow are becoming enthused, polit...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 25 August 1876

1 ! A v.- THE WEEK FAST. There is more railroad work going on in ' California at this time than in any other Btate in the union. Gek. Joe Laxe, who was a candidate for vice president on the Breckinridge ticket in 1SG0, is living in a small frame house on a spur of liogue Kivor moun tain, in Oregon. He i3 eighty-three years old. The Newport antiquaries have been working away at the Old Stone mill, in hopes of finding a new theory. They are of opinion that it was built by the Noroe freesmasons as a masonic temple, with the symbolic seven pillars. One of their reasons is that the windows are in the east, south and west, and not in the north side at all. The ladies hare a new way of wearing their veils. They tie them on the back of the hat with a large ornament, the shape of a shell, then tie them around the neck and fasten them on the left hide. The effect is odd and conspicuous. It originated at the races, where one of the fair but frail sister.-hood set the example. It requires a gre...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 25 August 1876

THE DEM OCJIATJ TfiTi". CAMPAIGN SOXU. Air: " The. Bonnets o' BIm." Here is a health to the dt nioerats tiue, The party of freedom ami rL-bt, TVe'TB noitted ttie !orioiis tanner anew That we carri.'d through many a ni-'ht. The name on tliestaii'lird will woithily shine. With Jeriersonn, Jacssons of vore ; And TILIitN ANO 1 1 1 N DIUCKS will victory twine Where patriots rcathed it befoie. Chorus Then hurrah for the democrats true! Hurrah for the democrats true ! The flag that has led us to tiiuuiphs be f.rre, Shad guido us to victory anew. The man that has warred eorruption and crime And crushed out the rat a a at home, Shall do it amit) in the glorious time When h rules 'neaih the Capitol's dome. And Hinbricks the favorite son of the ive;t, fchalf sweep like the west's prairie lire ; Till we hail in triumph, the noblest and best A great pcople'6 heart to inspire. Chorus Then hurrah for I he democrats true. Hurrnh for the democrats true! Tbe nag this ha- lid us to triumphs la tere Kh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 25 August 1876

THE HICKMAN COURIER. PK1DAY. AUG. 25, 1876 Adver titers must send in their Javors S o'clock Thursaay morning 10 n sure their orrcarance in IriJas paper. Wanted We want the local news of your vicinity. aoch aa births, marrl- Months. improvements, atate of a -1 crops, etc If your neighbor has a. Urge tog, r fine cow, or ft good crop of col ton or corn, let as know it. Xtocal Sewn. Since ihe fains, the crop prospect ia Madrid Ben J, are splendid. Mr. Wm. Powell, is building a new fcrlck pavement in front of his residence. Mr. W. II. Whipple, near Wood land, was son struck, last Saturday, but is slowly recovering. The Poplar Grove Chnrch case, which haa created considerable attention, was continued until next Court. Oar City Coaaeil is negotiating with the Railroad company, for a, joint effort, lo still farther improve ortr wharf. Quite a large delegation from Hick man attended the Fulton Democratic bar becue. IIoo. Root. A. Hatcher, was, after bitter contest, re-nominated for Con gress...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 25 August 1876

HICKMAN COURIER. FOBLWHEI 1TEKT WIH BY GEO. -W-A-lTRKIs -OFFICE : Clinton atreet, next door to N. P- Harness & Co.' Hardware atore : UP STAIRS. 1U Oldeit Netotpaper in W,Um Kentucky. 3eorge .Wnrreu, Editor. Irlce ofSubarrlplion, $2. FRIDAY, AUG. 2", 1376 FOR PRESIDENT, . Samuel J- Tilden, OF KEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIMST, Thos. L. Hendricks, OF INDIANA. Casinos' Jfotlcc. Mr.GEoaaK Warren ba -ole u thoriiy to collect any subscription -.mounts lor the Hickman Courier due to roe. 3 so C Wilsos. CoUNT-np the German newspaper? io this country sod you will 6nd three to ou8 for Tilden. The DeraocratB of South Carolina hava noicioated Oen. Wade Hampton i'-.t Governor. Tm aaddft men this season id '.'hitadelphia are the Ceolenoial man a ;ers. When they compare their ao jal receipts with their expectations the patriotism of the American people :..cka to them like a melancholy waste It is well to be correctly posted There are four residential candidate? iithe field: Tilden. of New York. Pemo...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 1 September 1876

ten years the screw has entirely re placed tne paddle in transatlantic navi gation, the weight of marine engines diminished one-half, the steam pressure .quadrupled, and the consumption of coai nas decreased two-thirds. The official statistics of the northern Tresbyterian church ehow that it has thirty-six synods, onj Jiundred presby- lenes, 4,744 churches, 1,6,077 ministers, 555,216 communicants and 555,347 cunday school scholars. It raised last year 9,810,283. It is a common thing when a screw or staple becomes loose to draw it out, plug up wita wood and re-insert. But screw? and staples so secured soon come out again. I has been found that a much better way is to fill up the holes tightly with cork. Screws and irons so secured Will remain perfectly tight as long as when put into new wood. The biil concerning the Washington -"i-eiuic ine asmngton monument, which has now become a law, provides that the sum of $200,000 shall be appropriated, but that the expendi- tureof tills amount...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 1 September 1876

.- I ,W. -w I s v I f t - 4 v - ' J r , k 0 V lly yon put lie hall. t the clow ot the day. There stood wr-'.t man and his head was rr And thus b "febuked Kepublican din Ihere'U -Uever.be peace Oil emiuiy cornea in. "Oa' country's halt ruined with sectional Jais; Though the war is Ion over, itsdebts are deep scars; ay, wounds opened fresh by the vampires ol sin .Ana, they'll not stop bleeding im " The people are victims i.( thieves in hih y'.ace, Whose deeds a-e exposed to eternal disgrace ; Still with Hayes they are hoping, dull cattle, to Hu.Their mow will be musty when Sammy comes in. Our fathers br twaat- and tori' of yore. Were stung to the courage that all men adore. If the sons are free as the sires that have They'll rise in their might and mate bauimy come in. AII hail to the new revolution, whose chief. As honest as Wishinirton, brinirs us r lief : The shark of Long branch, with his friends and his Are soon going out, and then gammy comes in ! " THE VL.lXTATlOX. tloerr Hay. ...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 1 September 1876

WKXiEXt CQURIER. TMDAY : : SEPT. 1, 1876. Jklvrtiarr mvnt mi in their Javort ly 8 o clock Thvrmou morning to in tmre their ajyu nrance in triday WANTeu We want the local news f Jour vicinity, such as births, marri H, deaths, improTpmf tils, slate of eropo, elo. If your neighbor h)ts a large keg, or fin cow, or good crop of ct lea r corn, let us know it. laical New. The Hickman Democratic Club de cided to erect the Tilden and Hendricks pole on the court bouse hill, on Sept. 15. Co1. Linnegar, of Illinois is eipected to make tho salutation speech. Several petty piht robberies occur red last week in Hickman, the residence of Ir. Tom Buck and others. Our people ehonld be vigilant aud try aui bring sonic of these night prowlers to justice. The county jail is aching for thein. The McKenzie College, haa FrcureJ the eerTicea of Prof. Shepherd, of Va., ia the chair of Mathematics. He is a graduate of the Randolph-Macon College,, and also of the University of Virginia, and bas li year eiperie...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 1 September 1876

f Ii HICKMAN COURIER. riBUI&II WtEK at GEO. WAOTEN . Clinton -Irfl, " "W ( liar 1 war t'iT r- '' 11' STAtH. ;.'er- Krnlurl'i Ihr ' Oldest Newspaper " rcH, 'I'MH ;. (.eorgc W.l Xo Priee - -TTTTTinrT. i . i ; for pRES"s"r' SamuolV1 Tildcn, CtEW YORK. TDK Yicl!' . ? OF INDIANA. Btiftinre Xollccv Mr-JGroBOK Warbkn ha sole au tliorily to collect any subscription rnonnts for the Hickman Courier. doe tome. Jno. C. Wilson. County Democratic Convention Tba Democracy of Fulton Counfy re respectfully requested lo meel io io Hickman, on Monday, 8p?robr 11. 18' it baiag Coantj Court day, to tppoinf delegate! to repwwnt tha Prooorcy of tha county in tbe Diatnct Congrei iool Cooventioo to asoemble io V iaob, Spt. 27,1876, and to consider nch other matter as to general party organization as may bo deemed neeea aary. Respectfully, H. A. Ttlbr, Chr'. Fulton County Dem. Committee. HKMtMBKB the political dicuMion t the court hoote, on the 15tb, be tween the Democratic and Republi can District elect...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 8 September 1876

a have ash , . . THE WEEK PAST. ... . - - A Pittsburgh man ia raising wheat from seed that grew in Egypt 3,000 years ago. It came over with a mummy, and was for some time in the Smith sonian institution. Me. Dibaetj's early dreams of dis tinction are amply realized, and his am bition for brilliant successfully grati6ed. In his age he becomeaa peer of the realm, gains the privy seal, and enjoys the satis faction of knowing that he will have a proud place in the history of England. Annie Bre'.vstek, in her List letter from Home has some pleasant bits of gossip about the pope. Ilia holiness is in excellent health. Pr. Ceccarelli, the successor of Dr. Sartoris who went over with appoplexy a few weeks ago, is succeeding famously in hi9 direction of tlie holy father's health. Dr. Ceccarelli, it is to be hoped, will watch his own health, and remember that unlucky Sar toris was the sixth or seventh physician the pops has lost in ten years. The holy father no longer takes his walks in the Va...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 8 September 1876

OL Jl YOUXG FOLKS. the xorse, tue fro a axd the LITTLE It ED HEX. Once a mouse, a frog and a litfle red hn TosetheT kept a house ; The fr.g wai ! laxiest of fros, And lazier still was the iaouo- Th work all fell on the little red hen, Who had to ret tho wood. And buila Ihn fire, and a tub and tOOK, And soxieiimea hunt the fol. a One day a h went scratching around, She (oun 1 a bg of rye ; SaMshe. "N.iw who wi1! nakesmne bread . Said the lazy mou-e, "Net I f Nor I," M fbe f roj a hi dozed ia thebad. Bod hen made no vcplr. But fl"W around with howl and spoon. And niixl aud stirred the rye. "Who'll make a fire to bake the bread T" Said the muse azain. "Not I ;" And ararcvir oiK-ning his sleepTeyes, fr made the sat no reply. The little red hen mid never a word, But a roaring fi re she made ; And whihi the tre'l wa baking brown, "Who' 't be table?" aba said. "Not I," Mid the leepy frog with a yawn ; "Nor I." Mid the mue, acain. So the tahle she et and the bred put nn ; "Who'll eat Ihis b...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 8 September 1876

1 ; i 6 THE HICKMAN COURIER. FRIDAY, SEPT. 8, 1876.' AdwrtifT must tend in thir Javnr 8 (fclnrk Hinrdaf morning to in mte tntir appearance in Friday' paper. . Wanted We want the local new of your vicinity, such as births, marri ages, deaths, improvements, state of orops, ale. If your neighbor has a large hog, or a. fin cow, or a good crop of cot toft or torn, let ns know it. Jocal Xens. The Thorn Dramatic Troup are to play in Hickman the week of the Fair. The Dresden band have been en gagtd to furnish music during the Fair. The city Council are to rebuild the West Hickman levee. . Mr. Jus. Wearn, a formr attachee of the Cockikb, and one the cleverest men in the world, is visitiug Hickman. One of our Hickman pastors kindly notaJ the local in last week's Cockier. asking help for a roor widow ly. anJ was ihe mean of bestowing some sub stantial assistance. Pap White, the old eadMlrr, is re moving his establishment from Hickman to Fultou. We coulil hotter spare a rich er man. He is a spl...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 8 September 1876

HICKMAN COURIER. rUBLIBHKf tTtRT WEEK geo. wviRREisr. Clinton street, nest door to X. P. Harness & Co.'s Hardware store: I'P STAIRS. lit OUL-tt Xtiaspaper in H'fitrru Krtiturky. f 3erc Warren, Ktlitor. Price of Subscript ion. 5. nurTTrTsKPT 8. T7t; FOIi PRESIDENT,' , Samuel J- Tildcn, OF NEW YORK. ;for vice tre?i dent, Thos. A. Hendricks, (iF INDIANA. Connty Democratic Convention The Democracy of Fulton County re respectfully reque-tcd to "ct in Mass Convention, at the Court House, in II tele imu. on Monday, September 11. IMG, it being County Court day, to appoint delegate to represent the Democracy of the county in the District Congres sional Convention to assemble in I'a a cah. So p t. 27.1S70 and t o oniJ er nuch other matter a to eenrral prty organization as may bo deemed nece9 csry. Respectfully, II. A Tyler. C'hr'm. Fulton County Im. Committee. ler Defend lllmaeir. Col. Oicar Turocr, inder,cudc-o' democratic candidate for Coo-iress, addresed quite a number of Fulton county...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 15 September 1876

Cm HAVE AS J) GAY. THE WEEK PAST An industrious correspondent from Saratoga baa been studying the dresses of a young lady visitor, and finds she La j worn a different one every day for two weeks, and estimates, that though ahe is not wealthy, they have cost $3,500. John White and Alice Ayar started for a clergyman's house at Scarborough, England, to get married. They were very poor and out of work. On the way they seemed to have decided not to strive together for prosperity and happiness, for they committed suicide by drowning. Lieutenant Baikd, of the French navy, has originated the idea of building a vessel expressly designed to accommo date yurg men who wish to complete their pdiicaikflf or makinz the tour of 'The Wotid. Arrangements will be made for fifty passengers, and the cost of the trip is to be 20,000 francs each. Mr. Makoary was lone enough in China to learn that " it is the nature of Chinamen to give in to anything which asserts its superiority. A kick and a few words in...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
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