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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 16 June 1894

VOL. "VII. FKOM OKAN. Rev. Reeves, of Morley, was here Sunday. He has been holding a ser ies of meetings at Sikeston, and re ports about thirty additions to the Baptist church at that place. Rev. Father Brandt, of Charleston, was here Sunday and lectured at night. He made the strongest argu ment in favor of the resurectiou of the dead it has bscn our privilego to hear. Miss Annie Hill, of Olney, Ills., is in the city visiting the family of F. A. Alley. Miss Clymer, of Commerce, is vis iting relatives in this city this week. Mr. Gordon, the picture man, pulled out for Morley Sunday last. Prof. Dorris, a lightning calcula tor and mathematician, was booked for a lecture here Monday night.' The Prof, makes liberal promises. Will report later. Little Edith Han-is met with a painful accident Sunday morning. A window sash fell on her hand and severed the flesh from the bone. Judge Leedy was here Monday seeing the dear people. Rev. Fizer, ditto. Joseph Wright has the finest den tal chair th...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 16 June 1894

i THE SCCH COONTT HWSEOT. H1U Am : IFNBB, rabltsnvaiw UEJJTON. MISSOURI. Wilmaw Roscher, the eminent Ger man authority on political economy, died at Leipsio, on the 6th, aged T7 years. Trb president, co the Sth, sent to the senate the name of Charles Keilson, of Maryland, to be second assistant postmaster-general, vice J. Lowrie Bell, resigned. The United States revenue cutter Sear went on the rocks at the entrance to the harbor of Sitka, Alaska, on the night of May 28, and will probably be a total wreck. Ax inspection of the Mortgage bank of the province of Buenos Ayres is said to show an embezzlement of several millions of dollars in currency by a de posed governor. The new triple, Screw cruiser Minne apolis left Cramp's ship yard at Phila delphia, on the 5th, and started down the Delaware river on her unofficial or builders' trial trip. It was reported from Rio Grande do Sul, on the 8th, that the insurgent general, Saravl, with 4.000 troops, had arrived at Oruhalta, where he was ...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 16 June 1894

tHE SCOTT COOMEWSBO?. leinu jL li AFNEB, Publisher. ttKNToiir. . i missoubL A LITTLE POST. GIRL, The Trouble a Love Letter Made for Her. ; , One ratny Saturday morning in the early spring two wagons drew tip, al most at the same time, before the povt office at Denvllle, and out of each clambered a little girl. The ground Was "breaking up' after a long, severe Winter, and as a warm rain had been falling for several days, the roads were almost impassable, so that the two children had to wade through the deep mad before they met at the door, the younger entered first, and, run ning forward, exclaimed: . "There's a letter in Miss Dorian's box!" . , .''Yes; out you know very well, May "West, that she doesn't, want us to get her mail Saturdays," answered the other. "Wen, I'm going to take it this Sat urday; for it's so bad out, teacher will never come down to-day, and I'll give it to her the first thing Monday," May declared. "Very well! You'll see if she likes it," her friend retorted, f...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 16 June 1894

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Ml II Pirn.. A. II Arsr.n,. Publisher. JVf IVrfr, in Athene 100 Let thin a l'tar, jirr Month . . . life. We ar aiithwUr-il o annmimt1 th follow In cmllrttt for o(Hi- In !Mtt Crur)',y.ui jwt tn I hp lVnHHTMtlc nrlmniy etVutlon,tu too held TUPKdny. AuK"t 81, W: Tor RepreM-ntntlre, Al.llrUlT DfcHfiluN. JNO. K. MAK;Mt ALL. for Sheriff, R. A .JrtHNftoN. tSAMtF.I. TANXRIt. W. K. HATTS. For Collerror, Mr. M. I1F.IHHP.KKH. SILAS W WHITE. For County ClfM-h, CliA. S. STONE. J.VMfeS Mrl'IIEKTKH!. k. P. F.I.I.IS. Fnr rrofrviilttiir Attorney, MU.O O.OHRSHAM. 'r A . A.W. FI7.1II At.t.KN J. HAKK1SOM, W. T. (iilDAIin. TIIIOIMIIKI. SCHRKF.U. I'oJ Kwnnlrr. TIHW. F. HIXKI.E. JitHN M. I.F.ITWICII, Fur TrmuMirvr. II. F. Al.t.ttf . For ProhHtP Jndirf. HAS. A. LFF.DV. For Circuit Clerk, FltF.t). COFFMA?. r Ptkltllnit .Tililtfo Oiil til l, wm. K. FitiP.sn. w. h. nniti. Vhr A.stk'lttte Jtnljrr County Ormrt 1st Dlst ! A.MF.S F. F.VINS. For Associate .ludirr County Court Slid Dist, Jl'Li...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 23 June 1894

TT HAT TMT VOL. "VII. BEilSTTON", MISSOURI, JXJ2STE S3, 1894. 2STO. 22. Y NEWSBOY. im SCO Candidates at Cross Plains. 1 Last Saturday afternoon there was quite a gathering atCross Plains sehoolhouse to hear any county can didates who might happen along. Men, women and children attended, the 1st and 2nd base ball nines of the precinct were on hand and the affair had the appearance of a picnic. The candidates on the spot were Messrs. De Reign, Heisserer, White, McPheeters, Stone, Leftwich, Lecdy and Evins. Of Populist candidates there were Rolen Cannon and Jas. K. P. and Jas. A. Chewning. Jas. K. P. Chewning acted as chair man, and took the will of the audi ence as to whom they would hear. The will of the audience was that it would hear every mother's son of them. Outside every last candidate protested against speaking, and the Newsboy man was getting ready to do it all himself when Mr. De Reign broke the ice. He made a plea for his profession in State legislatures; claimed to bo a fa...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 23 June 1894

THE SCOTT COUNTY MSEOY. mil. A. HAFXER, PublUher. ftKNTON. . . MISSOURI. James II. HouonTEi.t.iXG, of Chicago, has been appointed executor of the will of the late Senator Stoekbridge, of Michigan, and his bond fixed at $1, 000,000. TftR Japanese government hns sent a naval and military foree to Corea to protect the Interests of Japan during the revolt in that countrv. It Is-rc- ported that the king of Corea has fled to Japan. TnK marriage of Miss Uessle Cleve land, cousin of President Cleveland, to Hr. John A. lturkc, of New York, took place, on the l'Jth, at the residence of the groom's father, James l'.arke, at Tacony, Mass. Tin? president's health was very much Improved, on the loth, his physician exnressinir confidence that the slio-ht maladv was under entire control, and i . . it . . ! - iinti hiiLiv nan uyj iciu,uuui)j must: lur public concern. LrciAJf Anthony Gent-rat. Watxk, a negro cook in an Ohio militia company, was so seared during a riot near Me Clnnesville, on the nigh...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 23 June 1894

THE SCOTT COUSTY NEWSBOY. PHIL. A. 1IAFNEB, PablUhor. tJENTON. MISSOURL HUMAN SELFISHNESS. 10 our way In Itfo too much alone; We hold ourselves too tar from all our kind; loo often ire ara dead to nigh and moan; Too often to the weak and helpless blind; Too often nhore dlstrcn and want abide, We turn and pass upon the other dido. The other aide Is trodden smooth, and worn By footsteps passing Idly all the day. Where lie the bruised ones that faint and mourn Is seldom more than an untrodden way. Our selfish hearts are for our feet the guide They lead us by upon the other side. It should be ours the oil nnd wine to pour Into the bleeding wounds of rtrlckon ones; To take the smitten nnd the sick and sore. And bear them where a stream of blessing ' runs. Instead we look about the way Is wide, And so we pass upon the other side. Oh, friends and brothers, gliding down the years. Ilumnntty Is railing each nnd all In tender accents, born of gTlcf and tears! I pray you, listen to the thrilli...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 23 June 1894

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Pun.. A Hafnkr, Published IfEltMS. Ii r YfHh, A Ait r Mice.. tjr thorn t IVftA f-r Mirtth.i.lOc. Wo arc mitliorlr.od lo nttmMKrr th follow Jnertindliliitos ror office InScolt County. fub jwt to the Dpninrratlc primary election, to be held Tuesday. Atiiriist A. ISOt: for Representative. ALBF.RT DfcRfctGV. JxO. S. MAHsHAM X-vt FhrH!r fc. A.JOHNSON. SAMl EIi TANNEK. W. K. n.VTTS. Kor Collector, W. It. ItRISSKttEK. SltAS W. WHlTli. For County C'fvk. (HAS. fY0NK. jAMfeS Vt:PHEETEKi F.. T. ELLIS. For Vrojccutlnir Attorney. MILO O. (iHESHAM. For AwtMori A.W.FIZSR AI.I.KN J. H AHHl!OMt W. T. mi DA HI). THIOini'.EL fCHEKf.lt. Fin Recorder. THOS. F. HtNKt.E. JOHN M. LEFTWtCH. For Trenail ref, ft. V. Al.LEN. For Frohnte JiMjre, IHA3. A. 1.EEDY, For Circuit Cli'rk. FKEt). CoFFMAN. For Vresidlhg Jurtire Court y Court, W.M. F. FH1F.ND. W. H. MOO. Ff r Associate JuJiff County Court 1st Dipt, JAMES F. EV1N3. Vor Associate J udire County Court 2nd Dist JULirS ALBRECHT. tXX'KXHO...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 30 June 1894

THE SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. VOL. VII. BEISTTOIT, MISSOURI, JXJ3STE 30, 1394. 3STO. 23. BY FAR THE F mum &3& flbgaSlBggB BBS H M 9 t7 M5J7 B (9 ii O . II I nra i mmi m alii i b i i i lira or mi r u y u s ri ur uuu will dlhi b v uua w u vi m mm v w a u u j u i isbji w L. Where there will be Horse and Bicycle Races, Base Ball, Fireworks, a Baloon As cension, a Steam Swing, the Best of Music, a Rain and Sunproof Dance Pa vilion, 40x80 and a Dining Hall, 20x80 feet, Good Speaking, Good Meals, Abundant Refreshments and, in a General Way FIW3I BLODGETT. Miss Lucy Adams wcut to Benton W'cdnesday, where she is Visiting friends and relatives for a week. Miss Mary Phelps returned from Commerce Wednesday, having gone thereto attend the Institute, but was obliged to return on account of sick ness. Miss Celia Antoine, of Porryville, is visiting Mrs. A. J. Sinuard this week. . C. C. Poe and daughter, Mollie, re turned from Lutesville, where they have been sojourning with relatives for the pa...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 30 June 1894

THE SCOTT COUHTY NEWSBOY. mil. A. HATNER, Publish. MISSOURI. Thb bullion In the Bank of England increased 1,034,004 during the week ended on the 21st Tiik Hungarian house of magnates, on the 21st, passed the civil marriage bill by a majority of three. It Is announced by private letters from Japan that the sealing schooner Unga waa lost by capsizing in a ty phoon together with all on board. Thk Williams Talnee Car Co., cap italized at ?3,000.0O0, will soon begin the construction of cars in M. Joseph , Mo., to compete with the Pullman and Wagner companies. It said is that glacial action in the moving of mountains on tho right-of-way of the I'nion Pacific along the Co lumbia rircr may result in damages it will take SI, 300,000 to repair. The honorary degree of D. C. L. was conferred on Capt. Alfred T. Mnhan of the United States cruiser Chicago, by the university of Oxford. England, at its commemoration festival. Omaha and Lincoln, in Nebraska, and Council Bluffs, in Iowa, together with...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 30 June 1894

iDro. Jonathsn, Loqultur.l ' H! I'mphlllitlne, snd wear my emotion Somewhat on my sleeve, and be tray my devo tion Profusely, no doubt, In a fashion bucolte, With scarce any choice 'twlxt a fight and a eoltc, Whenever that banner up there Is unfurlod, The flag of my country, the bloom o' the world! It may be "bad form," or "provincial," or "fly," To wake up the dead on the Fourth of July With cannons and firecrackers, -trumpets and drums; But the blood in my veins sort o' bubbles and hums Whenever that banner up there Is unfurled. The flag of my country the bloom o' tho world! Forbid not the children, the girls and the boys; Of such Is the kingdom: go on with the noise! It's good to be young, and It's good to be here On the happiest day that oomcs In the year The day on which Freedom "Old Glory" un furled, The flag of my country, the bloom o' the world! God bless the old fogy with fire in his eye And a whoop In his throat for the Fourth of July! I share his delight In a spread-eagle...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 30 June 1894

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Puil. A. ILvr.ifeR, Publisher. TEltMSi iVf Yrnr. i .Meaner $1 00 Is thn a 1'nir, i"r Month... l'c. We r mithorltiH trt announce tlio follow ing cnmliiliitps fur nlNce In Scott County. silt ii'ot to the Pi'iniKTiitio prlnmry election, to be held Tiicriliiy. August 21, ISM: Kor KeprMMMitntlve, ALIIF.KT nF.UEIC.N. J SO. E. MAHSHALIj. tor Sheriff, E. A. JOHNSON. 8AMTF.I. TANNKH. W. It. nATT3. For Collector, vr. h. HSispnitEtt. FILA3 W. HITG. ForCoutly ClS tt. CHA. 9. STONE. JAMES Mcl'HKKTEUS. E. T. ELLIS. For I'rtwreiitlnir Attorney. M1LO G.GHKSHAM. Fur Assessor! A.W.FIZRlt AtiLKN J. HAUH1SON, w. n. c.on.m. TlUOl'lMEL SCHEUKK. Foa Itffonlcr, THOS. F. 1UXKI.E. JOHN M. LKFTWICH. For TrMturt,r, tt. F. ALLEN. For Prolmte Jmlfrn, CHAS. A. LHEDY. For Circuit Clock. FKKI. COFFMAN. 'or rri'ji'lli'tt .Inilue Cmiiiiy Court, W.M. F. rUIENI). W. H. Ill i.U. Fi r Assnchite J mitre County Court 1st Hiet. J AM ESI V. EV1NS. For Associate .Imltre County Court 2u.il Pist JI I.R'3 A...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 7 July 1894

VOL.. "VII. 2STO. 24. FROM ORAN. SOUTHEAST NOTUSi About 8:30 Monduy evening as Mrs. A. J. Horn, her daughter, Nel lie, and two little boys were enter ing their home they saw A man Standing in the doorway. They be tame alarmed and ran, screaming, from the house. The neighbors in vestigated but could find no one. Rumor says that some one has been fcecn at several houses during the past month and whoever it is makes his appearance during the night. So far there has been no harm done ex cept frighten the women folks. This, however, may prove an unprofitable employment. We would suggest to the ladies the propriety of closing iand locking the doors when leaving the house unoccupied. This is a bar rier to the average tramp and in rase the house is locked the tramp who enters would be subject to pun ishment by law, but if the house is left open the tramp can enter and make all kinds of excuses for do ing so. A night watchman thesa rrltical times would Hot be u bad in vestment. The strike is...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 7 July 1894

THE SCOTT CODHTT NEWSBOY. PHIL. A. HArKKB, FablUher, iJEHTON. MISSOU8L a . Sk.iator Palmkr, of Illinois, was so affected by the heat, on the 20th, as to render it necessary for him to leave the senate chamber. f Gsx. Jkffrirs and the northwestern Sdiviston of the army of the common weal invaded the Twin cities (St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minn.,) on the SGth. Mbs. Mary E. Lease, the populist speaker, will soon go to England to settle up an estate in which she is in terested. She may make a lecture tour of Australia. The threatened tie-up of th5 rull luan Palace Car Co.'s rolling stock by the American Railway union, took place on the Sfith, but was only par tially successful. Tiie readjustment of the salaries of presidential postmasters, based on the business done at the various offices during the fiscal year ending March 31, was completed on the SGth. The Edgar Thomson steel works of the Carnegie company, located at ltrad dock, Fa., resumed in full, on the 26th, giving employment to 1...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 7 July 1894

THE SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. rail. A. HAfltEIt, rablUhnr. BENTON. . MISSOURI. HEROES. 1 M JflTB HpHU. ths lad who starts In life as poor as any small church mouse; t who has a hard stepmother who will keep him In the house; Who runs away, and meets a man who takes him by the hand, and tries to make him fit to lead a wicked pirate band; Who winks his eye, and learns a lot about the pirate crew; - Becomes( Indeed, their loader, but whose prin ciples are true, And tires his followers away to him they wish., to rob I think boys like him better it his name be Jack or Bob; Who Jumps into a raging sea and saves a drown ing girl. Whose father, as It chances. Is a haughty noblo earl; Who goes to conflagrations with a little water pall. And takes a hand just when the engines seem about to fall; Who goes to war with nothing but a dagger made of steel. And with It forces thousands of his enemies to reel; Or who, perchance, sells papers In a so- attrac tive way rhat he becomes a millionaire in one ...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 7 July 1894

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Phil. A H.vPskr, Publisher. TEItMSt Vr IVtlts U Ah&nt iu.fi W ti thitn tt JVfr, ifcr Mmtk. . :lXc Wenrrftuthorlintrt.fnminmihft'n .thb follow. Ina- omi'llilutes fur nffit-c tn Scott County. til jeet tn tha IK'tnocrntlc primary rlfcctlon.tO be hlil TueMajr. August 21, tW; Vot Kopreaentatlve, ALIIBUt DBREIGIf. 3S). fe. MAHBHALtl. For 8hWl(r, . . ... 14. A. .WrlNlM. SAMt'Et. TANNKH. W. R. UATT3. ror Collector, W. H. HfilSSrilER. 8II.AS W WHITB. for County Cl"rli. (HAd. S. BTONH. JAMES MrVMKKlfJlS. E. P. tLUS. ot Prosecuting- Attorney, MILO O. (1KESHAM. tor Assessor, A.W.FIZBR AU.KH J. HARRISON, W. D. flODARn. T1IIOPHIEL SCHEUP.H. Vol HecoriU-r, Titosl. V. HtNKi.li. John m. leftwich. Tor Treasurer. D. F. AM.EN. V. C. LAMBEltT. For Probate Julire, CHAB. A. LEKDY, r"or Circuit Clerk, FRED. COr"PMAN. For Presiding Jtirtgt? COViniy Court, WM. F. FRIEND. Wk H. Bl'GG. For AjsWMalo Juiitrc County Court 1st Dirt. JAMES F. F.VINS. For Associftro Judire County Court 2nd ...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 14 July 1894

t'.- VOL. VII. FKOM ORAN. Mis Alice Terry, of Little River, is visiting friends in Oruu at this ' writing. Mrs. Kettle and daughter, of the. Cape, spent the Fourth in Orun. Miss Kettle remained nnd is visiting Mrs. Peter Dirnberger. Father Brandt, of Charleston, de livered one of his interesting nnd in structivc sermons at the Catholic church last Sunday night. Subject: "Beware of false teachers. " Father Brandt does not believe in private inspiration. Ho gave several in stances of men who claimed to be in direct communication with God wlw turned out to be false teachers and were executed as criminals. Picking blackberries is the order of the day with many of our citizens at this writing. .W. II. Stubbleficld went to White Springs last week to make arrange ments to move his family there for the next few months. Miss Sallie Shumate will probably go to the Springs, too. Frank Zundel returned from St. Iiouis last Sunday. He reports busi ness almost at u standstill, except the river tra...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 14 July 1894

THE SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY, PHIL. A. HAFXER, mMlabAT. UE2JTOJT. MISSOURI. Tbk marriage of the crarowitx to the Princess Alex of Hesse will take place in January. It is estimated that 3,000,000 people witnessed the procession of the Carnot funeral cortege to Notre Dame and the Pantheon on the 1st. Pkof. Dkax, of Oxford (England) university, was found dead in his bed, on the morning of the 2d, having died during the night of apoplexy. Ix the New York tax list, recently completed, the estate of W. II Van derbUt is assessed at $8,000,000, and that of Jay Gould at 510,000,000. Brokers McCarthy and Chapman, who refused to answer questions before the Sugar investigating committee, were arraigned in court at Washington on the 2d. Ths house, on the 1st, disposed of a question of much interest to postmas ters, being the allowance of third-class salary to fourth-class postmasters where such offices have done a third class business. The failures in the Culted States, as reported by R. O. Dun &...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 14 July 1894

THE SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. rail. A. HAFNER, PablUher. BENTON. MISSOURI. I! time the Thief. Time's a thief I I trusted h Ira When be csme to roe with smile. ' I had heard that be wn grim, Stern, and full of artful wile. : But ho seemed no frank nd kind. And so merry-hearted he, , That 1 wholly chanired my mind. ... Ah, what gay companions wel ' Timo'sa-thlef! He stole awny, All bcfois I Tfax aware. Oqld of yonth and left the (ra Of life- utnnn In my hair. Stole the roe from my fare O youth 't Sosm, fair to sro! Robbed my ateps of urIIc crare, Fooled me so, and cheated niel Time's a thief. Irq I J. Hut stay! After all he was my friend, lie has stolen much owny Has he not made some amend? He has helped me up life's teri He has given mo home, and lit On Its hearth a lire that keeps All cold weather out of It. Time, forjjlvc me what t said. What you took from me was dear What you gave me in Its stead Grows more precious every year. Hoses fade, as fade they must. For life's vanished thing,...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 14 July 1894

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. Phil. A. IIafnkr, Publisher. TERMS. . Jt-t Year, in Advance f l Of) fM than a Yrar, ir Month. . .lOc. We at anthorixed to announce the follow ing candidate for office In Scott Ownty. sub ject to thn Democratic primary election, to be held Tuesday. Auirust 2l, 1H: For Reprpsentatlvo. A1.I1KKT PRRIO. JSC. C. MAItSHALIi. YtT Sheriff, B. A. JOHNSON. PAMCKI. TANNER. W. B. BATT9. For Collector. Vf. H. TtRlPSRItKR. Pi LAS W. WHITR. For County Clerk . CHAS. S. STONB. JAMKS Mcl'HKKTKHS. K. P. ELMS, tor FrosecutlnK Attorney, MILO O.MKKSHAM. i'or Asscssori A.V. FIZBH AU.K.V J. HAKU1SOK. W. D. fJODAKD. THIOI'HIKL SCHRKEK. Voj Recorder. TIIOS. F. niNKt.K. juhn m. leptwich. Vor treasurer! R. F. AT.I.KN. W. C. LAMBERT. Vr Probate .ludire, CHAS. A. LEEDYt For Circuit Clerk. FIIEO. COFKMAN. For Presidium Judire fVuidy Court, WM. K. FRtRNt). W. H. HLT.!. For Associate Jinlftt' enmity Court-lst Dlst. JAMES F. EVINS. For Associate judrc County Court 2nd Dist jl LICS ALHKECHT. When...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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