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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 31 March 1906

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 5. BENTON, MO., MARCH 31, 1906. No. 20. hi: wants to know. Do my Socially friend hold that, government standing in loco pur entis (in the place of ti parent) t-.i nil, we would drop our selfish characteristics? Tlmt there would lie no grafting, yo desire to accuniu lute or to get the tatter of our neigh bor? On the other Imnd, if ho, will it make them Itetter or more useful to tnke from thoin tlie incuntiv)' to -excel? Iront on Register. Stick a pin right there, ISm. Ake. I do not know whether I urn a Pop ulist, ii Socialist, mi Anarchist, or what but 1 I0 KNOW tlmt 1 am neither u Democrat or a Republican of the brand now on tap. If you will restore the Jefferson or Lincoln brand, then I am in. In the nienn time 1 will try to aid you in your growings for light. You want to knowvif it will "tnnke men better or more useful to take from them the Incentive to excel?" Excel in what, Itro. Ake? Tlmt in important. John 1). Rockefeller is the richest niiin iti the ...

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. — 31 March 1906

Scttt County Kicker. nttL. a. uxrnKn, ratiuhar. BENTON', t A la haa ticcn enacted forbidding tlio Importation of opium a3 a nar cotic Into Australia. About two-thirds of the alcohol made In Grce U distilled from cur rant. The averaze annual production Is given at 2,500.000 okes or 7,000,000 pound3. I A FIVE YEARS' SENTENCE Happenings in Missouri. Dr. Plorknaskl, a German bacteriolo gist, nav he, ha.i discovered not only the microti" rf distemper la dos, but also an effective serum havln? cura tive as well aa preventive properties. London has 1 .rtrtO shin an,i i r.iin sailor in its port every day. It haa 1 upwards of 75,000 persons annually taken Into custody by tho police, 27, 00 persons living In Its common lod?-Inij-ht-usf.-s, 25.000 persons annually ar- 1 rested as drunk and disorderly, and ( one-third of the crlmj of the country ' la committed within Its radius. The areatbit known depth of the ea In th- mld-I'aclflc ocean, and Is recorded as 5.200 fa?homs 31,014 feet I or C5 fe...

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. — 31 March 1906

Nothing knoeks out dlMblM Vk and Lumbaf o and Sciatica Nothing reaches the trouble as quickly u St. Jacobs Oi Known the'world over ss Th Mmmfr Cur for Pains Aches Mo. 39. aa Ms. SOME BEE WISDOM. Matters of Various Xinds Which th Beekeeper Will Do Well to Conelder. MAKER OF STEEL SQUARES. Important Industry That Sprang from the Ingenuity of a Blacksmith. SICK HEADACHE CARTERS 1. Positively cited by these iiittie mis TW also relieve Dls- tress tram Dyspepsia. In ajgcstioa sMToonesny Eating. A pertcct rem edy for Dttdncss, Nausea, Dromlness, Bad Taste la tie Moutb, Coated Tongue, Pain In tbe side, TORPID LIVER. The? leralate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable. SMIL FILL SMJUIHSE. SMALLW1CL CARTERS fiUkV GtmrfiM Must Bear Facsimile Signature REFUSE SUItTITUTEte CURES CONSTIPATION Relief that comes from the use of pills or other cathartics is better than suffering from the results of constipation, but relief and cure combined may bo had at the same price and more promptly, for Lane's Family Me...

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. — 31 March 1906

.if I' I VI !3 ANNOUNCL.Mfi.NTS. Below are announced candidates subject to the Democratic primary : For Collector Arthur Chiusmon. For Recorder V. L. Harris. For Probate Judge R. A. KixosnfJitY. For Sheriff L. P. GOBKR. J. W. Fabrw. THE SOUTHEAST. AROUND BENTON. Charleston Enterprise: "Bob"' Shel by is enthusiastically for peas n a profitable crop. The other evening he quoted a few figures to show why. Last October a young man who had access to 110 acres of pea mid about 100 acres of wheat land began to buy hops and cattle, which he pas tured on the land. During the time ince, he has bought and sold g head of cattle and about 200 young hogs. All were fattened liefore cell ing. They cost $772.18 and sold for $1,322.67; net profit $550,40. Missouri Sharpshooter: A you cow, even so shall you reap. If you ow your vote for n railroad candi date for congress, you will reap laws in the interest cf the railroads, and if you voto for the candidates of railroads for the legislature or tate se...

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. — 7 April 1906

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 5. BENTON, MO., APRIL 7, 1906. No. 21. !, ! I. ....... ..I i...:.... 1 1... .!.......... 1 ) mi ni?'' mine.' inning i iiv i nil' iii 1 1 1 1 1 1 Ver.V lii-eli ill St. J.Otll!'.'" .".ikmi SAI.Ou.SS To ri.OSK. Everywhere tin- ii'oii' up- nftt-r tlie saloon. Over in Oliid thi-legi- In to r passed ii In w llxiug tho llci-ii-i' AWM'T PRIMARY ELECTIONS It I often said by politician that tin- primary election I tin- fairest way of nominating rillididntc. I AX AWITL STOltY. The Kli-ker linn nut given IMII.'ll lllf to tllH lll!VI'loplllCllt ill "Oil, it is llliposlble tO gllcss.'' tue police investigations, for to im- "W'oiid SI 00,111 o tit n fnir j-titn the conditions have been known fur , iiti-'. " j"tin. Ilut for my renders I will give "I should say It would Im too lit t,hi' sllhstiiliee of the ti'MtilimliV of tin." Ollie Holn-rts, the notorious panel- "What wan your biggest h.iiillrom out or einployinciil liy the enrorei-i t,, nt it.ln- him to tin- distinction ...

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. — 7 April 1906

Scott County KicKer. PHIL. A. BAVMBR, Pahllsaer. BENTON, ! t MISSOURI. The ancient Romans ate oysters at the first course at banquets because of their, quality ot stimulating the ap. petit Three hundred thousand acres of 'Louisiana are now under cultivation In growing cane, which produce en average crop of more than 720,000.000 pounds of sugar and nearly 24,000,000 gallons of molasses. The mineral Industries In the fnlted States during 190.. paid to mine-owners and stockholders $150,000,000 lu dividends, an Immense Increase lmv tng taken place In the output of tha leading metals gold, copper, silver, Iron, ore and coal. TWENTY DAYS UNDERGROUND THIRTEEN COtJJUUERES XZNB VICTIMS RESCUED. Wero Taken Oat Alive Alter llnvlac Beta Kntombfil Twenty Days All Well lliit Oao. Great Britain is the largest consum er of American cotton, exports to that country for the season of 19(V-5 amounting to 4.140,4 t bales. Much of this comes back to the Vnlted States In the form of prepared fab rics, cot...

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. — 7 April 1906

COMBINATION CATTLE TANK Ingenious Arrangomtnt Whnrcbj a Long, luge Trough Can Be Made to Serve Four Separate Field. Not Infrequently the cattle feeder hu occasion to nrrange a tank In nuch a manner that as many cattle aa pos sible can be served from the same wa tering place, tf there Is any difficult) It will generally occur when the cat tle are In three or four yards. Ob viously there In not much trouble when only two yards are concerned when four yard! have been In use w "SS? CATTT.E TANK FOK FOUR FIELDS. do not know of many farmer who have succeeded In solving the difficulty to their entire satisfaction. The plan presented In our Illustra tion hardly needs any description. In nsmuch as there Is very little detail that la not shown In the cut. One great advantage of a form ol this kind, says the Prairie Farmer, It that one large tank is used so that a considerable body of water is kept together which retains a more even temperature in both summer and win ter. The artist has shown ...

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. — 7 April 1906

w ANNOUNCEMENTS. Below nre announced candidate subject to the Democratic primary: For Collector Akthur Ciuiw.mox. For Recorder V. L. Harris. HARVEY E. MOORE. R. L. 8TUHRLEFIELR. For Probtite Judge R. A. Kl.NOMtllliY. For Sheriff L. 1. Gohkk. .1. W. Kabhi. For Prosecuting Attorney G. R. DAUGHERTY. C. X. MOZLEY. For President County Court V. C. Lambert. JAIL DYNAMITED. Blown Open From Outside And Four Prisoners Go, The jail was dynamited Thursday morning a 1 o'clock and four prison er escaped. They were Frank Rax ter, burglary; Sam Carter, murder: Abe Johnson, assault to kill; Chester Scott, grand larceny. The three last named are colored. Those remain ing nre 0. C. Murray, John Allmon, V. L. Jones. Homer Dyer and Pre. Rodenberry. Jailer Wilkerson lives in the rei dence about 00 feet east of the jail. Attached to the rear of the jail i a frame structure formerly occupied as kitchen and dining- room. The dyn amiters entered here and blew off the lock o! the inside downstairs door. Then...

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. — 14 April 1906

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 5. BENTON, MO., APRIL 14, 1906. No. 22. A HOLT IIO.MK IMLK. ' HK WANTS TO KNOW. You have no doubt roinl h great' Mr. It. M. Swank, of Price's Lund deul In the Republican paper about '" 'rk of tlu-school district, writ on Uov. Folk refusing to plvo St. l.ouU tlm Kicker for Inforniiitlon. home rule. My this is inennt that whom in suiistitnce, as follows 1. Mr THAT IMMI XITY IM.KA. Tin.' Iiiiim'Ii of I'lirporatioti lawyers wlio "thought out" that "iniiniiiilt.v plea" as a way around theunti-trust law to save tin1 ItKPrMI.H'AN I'oW-WnW. Unit' a ininilii'i' of tlit- faithful of LAND fillAIWtCIlS AT WAR. A COUple of lllllll .-JX'CljllltMf- Mil' lit i war ill Southeast Missouri, ami suit hn lic'ii started in New Madrid conn ty. Tin- developments In tlii cite St. Louis should be allowed to eon- ' mat nt tlie school meeting in tin- penitentiary uiew their share 01 Uil c,,,,,,,...!,,,,,,! (.v,.itioiis ami n"""1 ,,I,,K-' trolher police force instead of the April, 100....

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. — 14 April 1906

Scott County KicKer. PHIL. At HArXKK, Pahlisker. BENTON, J I .MISSOURI, The Chinese nlwnys paint au eye oa cither side of their Junks' bows, 10 that the boats can gee their way. French winegrowers are more than ever convinced that hailstorm can be averted by the timely firing ot cannon. Cripple Creek has produced In Its 15 years of life ore worth $100,0(10.000, and Is good for many more years. There l.i money In mining If you hit the right spot. A tire.it htrlUe was made recently in Virginia Canyon, Idaho Springs, Col., where a vein of gold ore live feet thick was laid bare. One-half the vein goe $100, while the remainder Is worth $20 per ton. Leadvllle kept her record up In 1005, when SSLOoO tons of mineral were turnod out. The value was $U,i10iV W. The mineral army numbered f, S00 laborers. The Illinois Steel Co. has ordered 60A0 tons ot l.eadvllle manganese ore. PEKIN, ILL, BANK FAILURE DxioouxAonro outlook ros THE DEPOSITORS. Scotland and Wales are In the mar ket for American co...

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. — 14 April 1906

RHEUMATISM CURED The) DltMM YltldU Raadlly to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills After Other Treatment Pallas. Dr.Willlami' Pink Pilli enro rheum ttim became they rapply the necessary elements to the Titlatcd blood mid on able nature to cast ont the Impurities and effect a enre. Mrs. A. Baker, of No. 110 Pitch rtrect, SyrncuM, N.Y., will furnish Hrlng evldcnco of tho truth of this statement. " Then has Iwcu rheu matism iu my family over sinco I enn w member," she says. "MyRroudmotlier was a great sufferer from muscnlnr thenmatisui and my mother also had tlio disease in a mild form. About a year ago I hnd n hard cold and rlicninntl.-m caught mo in my left kueo. There wcro sharp pains, confined to tho neighbor hood of tho kneoand thcyseemeffto go fight into tho bone. Tho pain I suffered was intense and I also hod dizzy speUs. "The doctors called my trouble nrlatlo and sciatlo rheumatism. When I didn't get better under their treat tneutray brother-in-law snggeitted that I try Dr. Williams'Pitik ...

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. — 14 April 1906

V ANNOUNCEMENTS. Below are announced candidates subject to the Democratic primary : For Congress W. J. VAIU. For Representative J. D. BOWMAN. For Collector Arthur Chrkmon. For Recorder V. L. Harris. HARVEY E. MOORE. R. L. STUBBLE FIELD. For Probate Judge R. A. Kinoshcmy. For Sheriff L. P. GoBKR. J. W. Fabbw. For Prosecuting Attorney 0. R. DAUGHERTY. C. X. MOZLEY. For President County Court W. C. Lambert. W. H. BUGG. FROM ORAN. AROUND BENTON. George W. Brock died at the home ci! his daughter. Mr. Wm, Biizell. In Morley, Tuesday, aged til year two months and ten days. Mr. Brock was born on the farm now owned by Antone Legrand adjoining Benton and has been a resident of this com munity ever sinee except a few rears spent in Madison county, Of late it appears that hie-mind was affected and Tuesday of last week Ordiiiurlnllv farm work is much ad vanced at this season of the year, but except a few days in February there has been no suitable weather for work on the farm. The result now, si...

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. — 21 April 1906

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 5. BENTON, MO., APRIL 21, 1906. No. 23. IIDINUM IN CHUXIT COUUT. .n,LIr SF.NTIMKXT AltOI'SKK. Monday morning people, bogitnto, Therein every rensoti t( Mleve a'nlveiuid by IMi'cloek a fairly good .tlmt the capitalist authorities of crowd bad ussembled-but tlioro wan I Colorado and Idaho who are seeking no judge. All forenoon the people! to murdert he offlclnls of the Western chatted In the court yard and some Federation of Miners under thefonimi A HARD $UM--FOR TAX-DODGERS. threatened to assess a lino against the judge upon his arrival. About 'J o'clock Judge ltiley ar rived and the business proceeded. llliiicr Allmoii and Kliner Peal, out uii parole, reported and on prodtie- bur evidence of good lchuvior, wen again paroled. Kd. Holliiiglicad, the boy chained with the killing of Matty Menzat u. dance near Bledn, about a year ago, plead guilty to manslaughter, v.wn sentenced to three years in the penitentiary and paroled. .IiiIiii Alliaon. .lohn Met, und ('l...

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. — 21 April 1906

Scott County Kicker. PHIL. A. ATM BENTON. t I MISSOURI. A bill has been introduced by seven :t;embers of the Hrltlsh parliament tc abolish time limits on railway paasen ger tickets. The national instrument of India consists ut a single hollow roil of bam boo, to which two empty gourds an lied. The ends of the rod are enrved mid represent two symbolical figures Jii elephant and a dove. Many of the l.ROO Russian students In Paris are said to be starving owln to the stoppage of the remittance) which they have been accustomed tc receive from their r?latlves at horn .Most of them have been receiving $15 n month, but many have lived on ni little as $10. Vice Consul Doimherty, of Freetowa reports that notwithstanding the lack of ocean facilities with the VnlteJ States. Sierra Leone shows marked In crease In Importations from this coun try. He writes that the demand for flour, lumber, kerosene, tobacco, pro visions, canned coods, hardware and drugs Is Increasing. FOUL BLOT UPON MISSOURI SHI...

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. — 21 April 1906

"VI THREE FA6TS For Sick Women To Consider FiMT.That almost every oparttlot in our hospitals performed upon womet become neceasary through neglect ol nob symptoms as backache, irregulai and painful periods, displacement of the female organs, pain In the side, burning sensation In the stomach, bearing-down pains, nerronsness, die zlness and sleeplessness, I Sbcohd. The medicine that hold the record for the largest number of absolute cures of female ill 1 Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound. It regulates, strengthens and cures diseases of the female organism as nothing else can. For thirty years it has been helping women tobe strong, curing backache, nervousness, kidney trouble, lnflanv nation of the female organ, weak ness and displacements, regulating the periods perfectly and overcoming their pains. It has also proved itself invaluable in preparing women for childbirth and the change of life. Tunis. The great volume of nnao liclted and grateful testimonials on file at the Pinkham...

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. — 21 April 1906

SOT ANNOUNCEMENTS. Si MP S Below nro announced candidates subject to tin Democratic primary: For Congrrss-- W. J. WAKD. For Representative J. D. BOWMAN. For Collector Arthur Chrismo.n. For Recorder V. L. Harris. HARVEY E. MOORE. R. L. 8TUBBLEFIELD. For Probate Judge R. A. Kingbuchy. For Sheriff L. P. OoBKR. J. W. Fabrib. For Prosecuting Attorney 0. R. DAUGHERTY. C. N. MOZLEY. For President County Court W. C. Lambert. W. II. BUGG. For County Judge 2d District CHARLES HAMM. JOSEPH UTNAGK. For County Clark JAMES McPHEETERS. For Circuit Clerk JAMES M. ARNOLD. For Countv Treasurer JOSEPH S. NORRID. For Constable, Svlvauia Township DAVID SPKADLIN. For Constable, Kelso Township WILLIAM KIMPEL. FROM MORLEY. mOMKELBO. I Died at her home iti Atipcll. Mrs. Mary Dumpy, April 12. The funeral was conducted from her residence to the Catholic cemetery in He so. She was born in Iowa Aucust 0. 1850. She canio to this state three years later witli her parents, and lived nenr new Hamburg where later sh...

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. — 28 April 1906

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 5. BENTON, MO.. APRIL 28, 1906. No. 24.' HOW YOU PAY THE FREIGHT. On Every Dollar of Watered Stock the Interest Must Come From Those Who Produce Something. Mr. Farmer, and Mr.Jtny Laborer. Imve a railroad that Is pitying I.Vf. yon are very Indifferent ns to stock j on the onpttal invested over and jolwrry tliat in a continuous perorin- above operating expenses. We ex anee in Wall street. Because you ect greater profits next year. We to i vi' no bonds: lieeiiiiseyou have no' are earning enough to tmy "'? on stocks in railroads, telegraphs, , .7.".(00. To cut n long story short j bank, trust companies, etc.. you 1 will liercflrift into "rrtMi.tfjl fitianre." . imagine tlmt it don't concern you. That is exactly where you are mis taken. Kverytime a fictitious million i created I y the financial jugglery that Is practiced by the "Napoleans of Finance," it means that a new million is created on which you must REPORT THAT REPORTS Grand Jury Recommends More Careful...

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. — 28 April 1906

READ AND YOU WILL LEARN That th. Issdlng- medical writers and 'teacher of oil the evrral schools ol liragtlco cndorno and recommend. In the uroimMt term possible, each and every Ingredient entering Into tun composition of Dr. Pierce's Oofdcn Medical Discovery for tho euro of weak stomach, drsptptla, catarrh of stomach, "liver complaint," 'torpid liver, or biliousness, chronic bowel affections, and nil catarrhal diseases of whatever region, name or nature. It Is also a speclilc remedy for nil such chronic or Ions standing cases of catarrhal affec tions and their resultants, as bronchial, throat and Inns? disease (except consump tion) accompanied with so vera coughs. It Is not so good for acute colds and conga. ,but for lingering, or chronic cases ft It .especially efficacious In producing per fect cure. It contains Black Cherrybark, lUoldcn Seal root, Bloodroot, Stone root. iMandrako root and Queen's root all of which nre highly praised as remedies for all the above mentioned affecti...

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. — 28 April 1906

k : Ib -HgsBBBBsssl gHftV . KggggggHRlsKff "PE-RU-N WORKED SIMPLY MARVELOUS." Suffered Severely With Headaches Unable to Work. Miss Liter V. McKivncy, 453 3rd Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y., writes: "For many months I Buffered se verely from headaches and pains In the side and back, sometimes being unable to attend to my dally work. "lam better, now, thanks to Peru na, and am as active as ever and have no more headaches. "Tho way Peruna worked In my ease was simply marvelous." Wo liavo in our file many grateful letters from women who liavo buffered with the symptoms iinuii'dabove. Lack at space prevents our giving more than Due testimonial here. It is impossible to even approxlmato the great umount of sufTcrlnff which IV. run a lias relieved, or tho number of women who have been restored to health and strength by its faithful use. FACTS ABOUT STAMPS. A ipeciallst v.-ho collected tha Itamps of France anil her colonies re :cntly sold hl3 collection for $11,000. It takes a stamp collector to te...

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 April 1906

ANNOUNCEMENTS. Below are announced candidates subject to the Democratic primary : Tor Representative 3. J. WADE. For Collector ARTBVR Chkihmoh. For Recorder V. L. HARRIS!. HARVEY E. MOORE. R. L. STUBBLE FIELD. For Probate Judge 11. A. KtXGSBVRY. For Sheriff L. P. tiOBKB. J. W. FjUUUS. For Prosecuting Attorney G. R. DAUGHERTY. C. N. MOZLEY. For President County Court W. C. Lambert. W. H. BUGG. For County Judge 2d District CHARLES HAMM. JOSEPH UTXAGE. For County Gark JAMES McPHEETERS. For Circuit Clerk JAMES M. ARNOLD. For County Treasurer JOSEPH S. NORRID. For Constable, Sylvania Township DAVID SPRADL1N. For Constable. Kelso Township WILLIAM KIMPEL. For Justice Morlev Township T. A. McCUTCHEX. FROM NEW HAMBURG. FRANK BAVIS IN JAIL. Frank Davis is in jail charged with "r,it ot theweek teahng Harry DeLay's horse and l Mrs. Veronika Scherer died ut her home Friday aged 70 years. She was one of the nioneer settlers of this community and waa the mother 'of sixteen children thirteen ot whi...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
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