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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 5 April 1902

PRACTICAL BROODERS. The KIsmI Here Driprlbrd, Allltnncb Homemade, Alwas-i llren I'aed Rarceiafallr. I Imre been tiring homemade brood erK fr several .vrnrs vUtli very Mill, factory result, rnlsltifr from .'0 to 98 per cent, nf nil chicks put In tliem. They have hot nlr top hent ntiil only hnlf the floor ipnce l. directly hented. The drum nnd hover tire both ndjnM able to the requirements of growing chick. The floor of the iinlienteil pnrt Is hinged nt the center end nnd l held in position ut the other end by n cord by which it niny lie lout-rctf to the angle Inillcntrd by the dotted line, making a run thnt the chicle will lenrn to use much mure readily than any outside nrnuigcmcnt, bei-idcs hutting off nny direct draft on the hnvcr. The openlnpr In the end of the brood er Ik four Inches high nnd extend the full width of the end. An ordinary copper brooder lamp is used. Tli HOME-MADE BP.OODKU. lamp box is 224xl0 inche? high. As but hnlf of the brooder It heated It make It practically...

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 April 1902

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER Kntcml nt thr mmi u(Br fif FHotoa. Mil, im nbrnurjr 14, nt, m umiffil-tftifli wall mittttv. Published nt Benton, M every SATURDAY 11Y -! PHIL. A. HAFXKR. omiriAi, pxitm uk scott cou.vrv Subscription. fUMMYr Year. AXNOITXCEMKXT8. Subject to the Democratic lrinmr,v Election, Saturday, April 5, UM)2. von ewuuea; HON. W. P. VANDIVER. KUIt ItKlMtKHKSTATlVK : LOX II. WILLIAMS. WILLIAM FERGUSON. SILAS W. WH1TB. rOK I'ltOUATK jvimik: ALKXAXDER WRIUHT. tan l'UKKlDINll Jl'nuK COVSTT COl'HT. WILLIAM REKDER. VARhB V. LAMItEHT. XHHIK1ATK JfllUK KIIWT niSTIMCT: JAMES R. .lOYl'B. W. R. SHEREIL iWHKIATK JflMIR SKC'OSW TtWTWTCT ' JOSEPH I'TXAOE. W. R. HATTS. Pott CI.KIIK OK THE COf.NTV COURT: JAMES MilMIEETERS. PHM A. HAFXER. ALL OVER BUT THE SHOUTING. The campaign ot tlie candidate for the Democratic nomination for the rarl(ttin tuvtil office Is practically closed, ilfitl the voters will now do the rest. Quite it number of the candidates had no opponents, mill in thin they were ...

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 April 1902

SCOTT COUNTY Vol. I. BENTON, MO., APRIL 12, 1902. AN UP-TO-DATE PRIMARY ELECTION! Politics in Scott County Has Dwindled Down to a Pactional Fight Between Rival Department Stores of Sikeston. -0- The Lines were Clearly Drawn Between the Pactions and the Marshall-Bmory-McMullin Co. Walked off With the Bulk of the Honors. A Large Vote Polled. Perhnps a niujoitty of the Dem- one faction because of the opposition ocratlc voters of the county are not of the other. hware that the campaign which em od in liwt Saturday's primary flection wan nothing more than a fight between the large department stores of the MurshallEmory-Mc-Mullin Co., and the Farmers Supply Co., of Sikeston, extended over the vounty. The head of the Mnrshull-Emory-McMullin Co., is Senator Marshall) n Cleveland Democrat. Tlie head of the Farmers Supply Co., is Chan. 1). Matthews, a Republican. The trouble originated because Mr. Mutthews asked that his residence be assessed in the same proportion ns other resi dence propert...

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 April 1902

IP" ft XT mil' 4cett County flicker. ;jMUI. tiKXToy, i A. MAIMER, Pablltkw. .UIMOUIU. APRIL. 1902 JUL iM' tm m I til 1 UK H li'jE 1 I 6 7,819 10. 1 1 i 12 H Hi 13 I If 27 21 22 23 24 25 26 i! 28 29 30 C The Best Missouri News TOPICS OF THE DAY. A Itevlsett Version. Cecil Rhodes' lust lament might u.rire properly have been: "So many to do, nuil o few done." " Vor Attracting flirt. A recent dispatch from Ootoroda Spring (Col.,) ttnlilt Pome startling developments cnme to light In the case of itnhu K. Anderson, who Is under ttrrest (or mi tittered nt tempt ed murder In Itoustonlu. Mo. Sheriff Farrl stated that the prisoner In In reality wanted for the ntlcgcd nbdne tlon of Ma Knnrk. it lT-yenr-o!d girl, from her home in Mill Hank, Mo. When seen to-day about the matter, MUs lloark said: "I admit that 1 left my home In Mill Hank. Mo,, with Anderson, and that we went to a town in Arkansas where we stopped for about a monih and passed as man I and wife. Yes, I knew Anderson w-as a married ...

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 April 1902

K WISCONSIN PAPER Oil WESTERN CANADA. lukltoon, "nattatclirvran, One of tho Kavnarrtl Illslrlcls, The following clipped row tlie cor respondence columns of tlioKnu Claire, (Wlscou-ln) Lender, Is but one nf many letter of a tlmllnr chnrncter tlint might be pulillilicd concerning Western Cntimln, the hind of No. 1 Hard Whent nml the lust entile on the continent. It U 11 simple mnttcr to rcneh the IninN spoken of, (It (.'una illun Oiiveriiineiit Inning iigenclcit es tnhllsheil nt St. Paul nnd Duhith, Mlnnesotn; (irafton. North Dnkntns Wntertotvn. Smith Dukntn; Omaha, Nebraska; Kntiuia t'lt.v. MIsMitlrl; Den Mine-, luvva; Wnmntt nml Milwaukee, VIeonlnj Chlengn. Illinois'. Indian nrmlls. tndlana: Snnlt Ste. Mnrlc. and Detroit Michigan; Toledo and Colum bus Ohio, ii nd by writing to or call ing upon uny of there Agents ot these points full Information can be te cured. This Is a grcat opportunity to secure a home free of en? t or If you desire to purchase lands; they can be bought notvnt p...

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 April 1902

mm. faff? '.W jDOUNTY KICKER I.S tSM tMtoAla Stoatm. Mn.. o 'iqrKHW,iMMmnd1M MMI mnttrr. .tit ' a: ,'iibllli(iil lit Benton. Mo., every vBtF t'mta. A. Hakseii. nUUL. 1AIKK OK" SWOTT COUNTY gwliewtytlon, 1.00 IVr Year. s r- S111111HB' :,''"-.i lit THE GRAND JUttY SPftlKS. In Its report to the circuit court of . iMUm the January gruntf Jury d tkta to say regarding the wretch- rottenntss ami bribery of the St. ouU tntintctpiil assembly in the mtlnsj of franchises: 'AYthe flint obieet of nil criminal w In the prevention of crime rather ttn vengeance upon the criminal, id a it Menu that crime of thin tufcneter cannot be ermucuteii until hrcondltlonn which make it profit- jiuVel arc remored, we siijreat that vfmbe enacted which will provide MtJ where a municipal legislator Ik ribedjbjr the party or parties souk K9rffie franchise to nhl in the grant of the franchise, upon hit or any one else turning Informant ami securing the conviction of the person who has brilml him li ordinance urntiti...

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 April 1902

uriR r '"-.r i,'v''i'.'.47 Si term r U. Vol. I. The St. Louis World's Fair. ii niL;fU!,i : -ai 1 MO., APRIL 19, 1902. ' " Mo.2affi M From KHm. 1 1 SCOTT COUN BENTON, 1902. It will not be Held Next Year, but the Salaries of the "Directors" and 1 "Commissioners" will so Ritrht on. Tax-Payers again "Gold-Bricked." Perhaps the voters remember the ttppeal made to them just before the November election of 1000 by Chair . man 8eibert, of the Democratic com mittee, and Chairman Akins, of the Republican committee, to vote for the World's Fair amendments. They trill also remember that the St. Louis Republic and the Globe-Democrat tried hard to outdo each other in pounding it into the voters that the World's Fuir amendments should carry. Thursday's St. Louis World contained this bit of information: "Even-one knows, or should know, there will be no World's Fuir in lOOIJ. This has been the general opinion for a long time, but the boss, or maybe there are bosses, refused and even now declines to ...

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 April 1902

aaaaaaaaaM aaaaaaX A ftkfter. UMt Of i kusii.rbmfctr. S TW- Sim 1 -"MOUBt jijpics 0 111 DAT. Aeaordlnir to tha rntmi-t nf th at la rnml Jnrr. one offlclnl baa ide; 2J,ooo a year out of his nasi u, wiucn was supposed to pov but Salary wna no object with that u. aVi Aj-'afct AVnuted In nnrk tMncea. Tfe'lf Informed to the Inst tSffsfii enormous profits of the ttMOO,000 steel trust during the Nothing hits been henrcl In Inspect from the sugar trust, thu j. trust, the wood pulp trust and Hw like m-nr riolles. & heading t ttion wit: SUSS,... - o-e ti'. k ! 1 do v till throii..- ()! erd tl.l " i'-r.v at pi itucky Nltltng niul stny at Rome. lees quotril In con coronation fcstivl t AmerlcutiH whose Mum $1,(100 n minute observe the proceed ! brilliant ami uccu t the newspapers. The Best Missouri News In tha Missouri Coal Mines. The state cool mine Inspector's forthcoming' report for tlic year 1901 shows a marked development In the coal-mining Interests of Missouri over utiy prevoius yenr....

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. — 19 April 1902

fpl : Imp DtPURB BAKING POWDIR SBIZBO. ffto Raw Yarlt BernM af Htaltfc fin) II Ciiltlu Alan an Rock, Dtelart) It Uaaf-eron la lltaltn ana Damp II lk River. Tbi XcwTark paperi report that tha llcalth Department of that city hat iclxed ai dangerous to health nearly two tons of cheap mixtures sold tor baking powder, and dumped them Into the offal cov to be destroyed. Mora of the ponder was found in a Sixth ave, department store. The report of the analysis of the Health Department stated that it was "an 'alum baking powder" containing alum and pulverized rock. The different Health Authorities teem to have different ways of repress ing the sale of bad baking powders. In England they have prosecuted the grocers under the general law and broken up the traffic. In Missouri the sale of nlum baking powder is actually prohibited by law. In New Vork they seize the unwholesome stuff and cast it into the river, without any dlsctix, slon. The latter way is certainly ef fective. The fium baking pow...

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 April 1902

45 ! . 4 , titig I M Ho tlM Ml nflr In Itontnn. Mo., on !, ManMd-daM viult matter. JL at Benton, Mo., every by : Phil. A. HArsKK. PAPBR Or SCOTT COOTITY Iriptlon, 1.00 Per Year. lOOK'H CAMPAIGN BOOK. use in every campaign the parties prepare what is call s,"crfinpnlgn book" to furnish Tior tho.cmuiiaiirners so that kapell-bindcrs mar spell, the orate and the organs grind it getting things mixed. 1th book as a guide some sucker off and say that Missouri lowest assessment instead ot , parrot-like, that old chest- ut Missouri baring the "low rate." Ho might also get '.ite debt proper' mixed op amount we owe the school ary of State Sam D. Cook is eparinu: thecuuipnigu book for the lemocrutic side and, although it is vident that lie has not seen it, the ditorof the Blootnflcld Vindicator ays the book will contain "a clear -1 concise statement of the man 'Kgement of State affairs under Dem ocratic rule, and show clearly that the Affairs of this State have been admirably managed." r Would ...

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 April 1902

wry f SCOTT --- COUNTY mc X JLJEyK V..' Z.i-Wl Vol. I. BENTON, MO.) APRIL 26, 1902. No. 24. the Clei-gy Takes a Hand. o Catholic and Protestant Ministers Cbnden.it Dockery, Seibert & Co. The Ring Hard Hit. . Rev. Joel Barker, a Mbthodist min ister, of St. Louis, addressed his con gregation, thusly Sunday: 'Socrates, the purest of men, was legally murdered. He was compelled to drink the poison from the cup,and died with words df lidpo upon his lips as sweet as tho song of the dying swan. , "Christ, the Gnlllleean, who came hs tho world's hope, was legally mur dered by Jews and Romans combined. , "I am led to Inako these roiharks . because of the recent events in our own city in which the horrors of cap ital punishment are' seeli. "I was very much impressed with the case that has been made very prominent this last week in our city papers. - It was concerning a prisoner in the Mty jail. He was a colored man. I received a letter from him some time ago asking me to call ami see him. ...

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 April 1902

5f r f 1-" r Hf K HI fcott Comity ftkhtr. Win. A. UAWKUM, rmMUate, TOPICS OF TIB DAT. Cooling Draaanta. Oh, but won't It bo uhilty when tho Cuban minister of 8pein arrives la Udrldt Happenings in Missouri. Mack Aasletr Banlshe. "America la Rood enough for met" exclaimed J. I'lerpont Morgan. Thli will be reassuring to persons who Itave entertained the feur that Mr. Morgan might be tempted to syndi cate the country and sell It. Why Her fuse Was Weak. A VIennln woman who wanted tU.000 for "three Mtolen kisses" haa been defeated In court, the jury de elding against her because she la taller and heavier than the mun whom "he accused. Still she might have Btooped 11 little. Utah Tide of HeroUm. Man's chivalry toward woman haa aeldom been more beautifully or more heroically exemplified than In the case of I.ouIm Itnnck, who Jumped into the Chicago river to rescue a drowning woman without waiting to get a report from the health de partment on the condition of the water. Saliva! I an? a Sore...

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 April 1902

A FARMER'S HOTBED. 6a Can Da alt a ProllahU Vet. at Tali Kind. Tlio methods of preparing ami car log for a hotbed are very simple, and with a little forethotight ami care one should have no trouble. The or dlnary stock size of hotbed snsh car rleil In stock by dealers I three by tlx 'feet, but any old sash will an awcr the purpose. 'Hie hot-bed should be Intd out to extend cast and west, nnd the north side of the frntne should be ubout six Inches higher than the south side, to give the grass a pitch toward the tin. Take a plank or board ten Inches wide for the front and one 10 Inches wide for the back Is about right. The ends of the frame should ccftne up even with the top of the side planks, and be ripped off to give the proper pitch. A cleat should be nailed on the end of the hot-bed shown at C In Fig. 1, to hold the sash from slipping endwise. The frame ft .UMk'lTV 11, FARMER'S HOTBED. sliouM also have a stay across the top about every six feet to prevent the sides from springing...

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 April 1902

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER . KaHrt il Kt thi p.tt oiarc In Proton. Mo., on VbTMt)r 14, Iwl, nl A.cOiiil-vl&i uiuil butter. Published at Denton, Mo., every SATURDAY 6Y -!- Tint. A. llAFNEB. OFFICIAL l'Al'KR OP SCOTT COCXTY Subscription, 91.00 Tor Year. PHELPS NOT A DEMOCRAT, Ami now cofnea ex-Gov. Stonn mul snys that the man whom the Demo cruts (?) of Missouri selected as one of the ilek'U(ttciHit-liirge to the Dem oftratfc National Convention in 1000 IsnotftDeniocmtl Goodness, gov ornor. ure you not in danger of being accused of taint; a Hepublican by the "regulars?'-' Don't Dill Phelps "vote Vretrnljrht?"' And is that not the standard by which one's Democracy fa measured itt Miasouri-mxeept when the gang happens to want a 'reform' administration in a large eltylikeSt Louis and nominates a Republican for chief magistrate? "Col. Phelps and Into not friends." said the ex-governor at Kansas City the other day. "He is a dangerous man. HE 18 NOT A DEMOCRAT. but is now working in the interes...

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 May 1902

V SCOTT COUNTY 3HICHXR Vol. I. BENTON, M0 MAY 3, 1902. NO. 25. It Had A Good Effect. the Agitation for Equal Taxation Beneficial to Scott County Taxpay ers. Missouri's "Low Tax Rate" and How it Works . The tax-payors ol Scott county thinking ti groat 'deal. A iinppy jiavo reason to congratulate them thought seemed to striko County selves on the evident effect their Clerk McPheeters and a somewhat dgltatlon for equal takatton had on contented smile illuminated his coun the Board of Equalization. In only tenance as he tapped Mr. Mardick on u very few instances tfeno assessments the shoulder and said: increased, and this incrcass was on "Lereo tax?" improvements in the towns-muiofly No answer, in Dlodgett. Juo. E. Marshall's new "Ditch tax?" interrupted another, brick store was put in at f 1,700 and No answer. lien Marshall's rows of cottages at "Lereo and ditch assefcsmdnts are 1 800. And while there were but few entirely separate from tho general Increases, there were quite a number ...

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 May 1902

lit. i ft rr r r to r.S iTft.-. sv. Scott County Richer miL. A. HAFMKH, mbltihw. HENTON. .MISSOUTJ. TOPICS OF THE OAT. Wnnlit I'nrrliiiiip Palestine. Arthur Smcdley Ureene. of llrecn tvleh, Conn., Ikim tartol a movement which has for Its object the pun-hase of the Holy l.uml by Christ tun neo pic. More Horses Than People. With n population of 4,T?o.ooi) the Argentine Itepublle' posse-isos o.osl, 00!) horses. It Is the only country In the world thnt has a horse for every Inlinliltiint. Happenings in Missouri Wiif HxiiciltturfK In 11101, The expenditures for the war de partment of the I'nlted States In 1'iDl was gUl.tilo.WT. The expenditure or the post olllce department In the ante year was $ll5,5.iJ.'.Si). Heroism of n lHt. An Iowa man succeeded In petting his poetry Into print by pinning his , terse to hi jjarmmits before com mlttlntj suicide. When a poet 1 de termined to ptiblNh his work noth ing will stop him. Clinrltnlile Secretary l.ntiw. Secretary Long makes lurire con tributio...

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 May 1902

Aak Ta-Dar fa Alia... .. lt cures iwpllcn, toning, tired feet At Ml gnifftliuand BhoeitonS l88mm? tent tali. Addreat A. H. Olmalod, Lo Hoy, M. Y. A cynjc it a man without ambition, line he Bnecrt at thing. n, they are without BroSa'sit. ' ai ''K Itewe the Coa-th' Werka OS the Cel.. UutlnBroaoQalDlatTftbleU. Prioeafe, A good mans- inen get their opinion! at 5ailyXe' c'othM rfl,dy ""e'-t.liictgo Piso't Cure for Conjumptlon In an Infalll We medlr-ine for eought ind eolds.-N W. Hamuel, Ocean Prove, N. J., Feb. 17, 1900. ,Jf2ri 2.0ll,,B,ti m".ch ,lni and yon! moral lieioltm is coinplctc.-C. slmmons. .. A.C.,0F Vocallpta, Public speaker, nralsa Hale Honey of Horcliotiml and Tar. Vlko a ToothneUo Uropg Cure In one minute. . ThouanU ore hated, while none art loved without a real camc.-Ijiv.iter. PUTNAM FADEtTksS DYES color -ilk, wool or cotton perfectly at one boiling. luk,iluS)ongGTobn..lw,,,, MBM t0b SURGICAL JjPERATIONS How Mrs. Brace, a Noted Opera Singer, Escaped an Operatloa. Proof Ta...

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 May 1902

"AW.. .1 few if- E5 fa If .1$ VE II IK - 'a to. fi4 S3 f . 'Hi-- asp-' Si? SCOTT COUNTY KICKER Kattred at the paetofletla Beaton; Mo., oa Febraary II. MM, M atsoadt lata tnaU Matter. Published at Saturday vt Benton, Mo., every i- Phil. A. Hafner. official paper at scorr count Subscription, 11.00 Per Tear. is WILL CALL HIS BLUtfF. Evidently as a bluff a prominent tnefnber oi the Republican party in this county approached the editor nud said he would furnish him with a tree pass to the state convention, to be hold at Jcfforsou City in June, if the editor would wear the badge, The bluff is called. Just think of the Kicker nmn riding on a free pass I Aud tho only consideration the wear- tog of a Republican badgel Why, futhor than miss it, we'd wear a con vict's suit. The Kicker man is perhaps the Only newspaper publisher in Missouri be he Republican, Democrat or what-not that is blacklisted by rail road corporations. He has the privilege of riding cm trains only by paying cash in advanc...

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 May 1902

Seibert. Something About Missouri's 44 Heap Big Boss," Who Pulls the Strings and Furnished the People a Clever Marionette Show From tiio Kansas City Independent , Ono man In Missouri in underrated. He In James Monroo Seibert. Mnny people take n. superficial glance n,t lilm and nice lilni upas an oflien hold er trim merely has tho knack of rivet ing himself to jobs. But lie does more than that;. , , Not only in Mr. Seibert nn acquirer of political Jobs, but . ho ,1s a master of men. lie controls them,, moyes them, bosses them. And it is to his credit tliat bo does all .tills without n brass band. Ho. perfectly under stands tho art of self-effacement. As tor tho manikins with which he toys, thoy never know who is pulling the string. In fact, they don't know' .that there is any string not until ionjr afterward. . Seibert began bis political career fortunately. lie'pele;todagopd place southeast Missouri. Here he found po rivals and no effective opposition. The swamps of that section are...

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 May 1902

aaVr' P t Scott County itkkcr. uxtov. A. ATWKB, gaalUaer. UIHOVU iio;oioKioiwgioicto;;i:Kccii3ooKiita I 1902 MAY. 1902 ft m. i. tdk. m nut. ni. ut. 1 2 S T6 y89 To ; 1 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 1 $ 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 25 I f Hannotiitiivc In Mi e 1 fflllG a TOPICS OP THE DAY. To Keep Vi Onr Conrarre. We are not afraid of any nation, but we ore (wing to upend $2sooo.o0 on new warships to keep our courujjo up. More Irian Thnn Ireland. Ireland comities to lose population by emigration, unl four-fifths of those who leave come to the t'nlted States. It In no exaggeration to ny that this country contain- more Irish bloi'il than Irelnnil itelf. Time tn Qnlt. Tloers and Ilrltlsh huve been fight ing long enough to discover that neither niile will get all It expected at the start. Negotiation wniltl be riisiblu and the world would wel come the end of guerrilla bloodshed. The New "HeTolutlonticr." Steamship travel Is now In fair way to be once more revolutionized, the t'nlted Fruit company havin...

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