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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 14 July 1906

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VOL. 5 BENTON, MO. JULY 14, 1906. NO. 35 i V ' The JunKle."--Something About the Great Book That Has Stirred this Country and Europe, and Brought the Big Meat Trust to its Knees. When ii book of more tliuti 400 pages cull hold me down until I tin Mi it, you limy know there In some Miinir in it. Ami that is just what "The Jungle." Ufiton Sltic!nlrn Intent book. did. After I got buried in it 1 could not let up. I knew and mil really futiiiliiir with the conditions of society ns described by Mr. Sin I'luir, but he pictures the r elief so vividly that even the blind must sec. Hut wluit right hn uny one. even if he doe. not know, to tUestiou the accuracy of this book.' I know noth ing of the conditions of the Chicago .stock yards, but did not the publish ers investigate U-fiire they printed it after several had refused'.' Audi corner grocery . lid not the president send men to in "free America IshVd, but not discouraged. He set out to heat the game. The 14-year old b...

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 July 1906

Scott County KicKer. PHIL. A. NAVXCH) Pakllther. BEKTOK. inasouw, Another sign of nge Is when you like the gM furniture iu your house so well you uon't want any that is, new. CONFLICTING Whtla Mr. Hoekefeller says he has nothing to do with Standard Oil. he hsw not made the statement under oath. Every time an unmarried man says he Is lonesome, the women regard It ns equivalent to an admission that he Is looking for a wife. Castro heats a 1'entislyvanla railway clerk In ,i walk. Out of a salary ot $33,000 per annum he has saved 3, BOO.000 In five years. Even the fact that she Is queen ol Norway does not relieve the wife of Haakon Vll. of the terrlhle respftnsl hlllty for that name Maud! Paderouskl Is to return to this country In the near future. As If tho American barbers dfd not have enough work on their hands already! STORIES AFLOAT THE THAW CASE IS PROLIFIC OF VARIES RUMORS. BUSYBODIES ARE AT WORK GERMANS ARE NOT SIX BIT CONCERNS WILL PAY DOLLAR FOR DOL LAR ON FRISCO LOSSES. SO SAY...

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 July 1906

its ft iyLLB CHAS. 1. SAltH, RAND SCR.H PE-RU-NA STRENGTHENS THE ENTIRESYSTEM. Mr. Clms. I,. Stiucr, Grand Scribe, Grainl lliu-nmpmt'iit I. O. O. V. of n-.u. ami asMsiant. utv Auditor, u riti-s from this City Hall, San Antonio, xe.w: "Nearly two years aga I ncct-pteil o position ns trvt'utary initl ttvii.Miirr with imu f the U-nillntf tin- lmoiIi MullMimciitsnf Galvttnn. 'V " Tin- Midden clianpo from a high and dry ultitudu to son U-vol provoil too tinii'li for mo and I became atMicti-d with iatai-h and oold In the head, and peli'M-al debility to Mich an extent as to almot incapacitate me for unending to my duties. ' was Induced to try Pcruna, end after taking several bottles In small doses I am pleased to say that I was entirely restored to my normal condh tlonand have ever since recommended the use ot Peruna to my friends." CODLING MOTH PARASITE. Bcport of Secretary of California Horticultural Commission on Iniect. Very much attention has been di rected from the different Matis of...

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 July 1906

r SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. it i .V 3. f - a 3 i ii; i I, 1' i' ;:i i . r fit Etrl t jiwt oftv- In Iltntnn. Mo., on F.fctoar.v 14, l!n"-', at monMiut nndl tuittr Phil. A. Hak.vkr. : Publisher. FROM OltAX. Subscription, per Year, fl.no Ca-h, iikitm.ickv ticket Some f the -.-boo) mnrm who at tended the teachers' iiititut' at Henton are m the anxious sent j wanting to know what grade-they , mmle will their work pas- examin iatiou. While l have not the remot est idea nj the grade of the work lone, the teacher- cpii feel contident FROM NEW HAMBURG. l- J A M K V. WHITK. Ko- H:iUrm-l rttjil W nr-'hui...-C-itr tM--U r.. r EHW Mitl w KI.KNTU1.. 'nr Ilcprotrtl URV.V.S II. URKK!! VorClrn Count Court K1U.NK "'. .Ml'l.l.Kl!. v'o? n-i-nr-lfr ol l; WHITMOHK C lull-UK. Yot -li-ff! l.EO HEl.-sKllKR For Coll tiT ol lii-ri?. CUVKLK- HKIVIIA.S .UME- . KIM'tl ' tif l'TMulltK .laJf Onittijy t"f i . WM. H. TA.NWEI'.. !'cr ovlnt-JuOt-l-t Wt-nt S. B. l'AVANH. for A"i.(lHti J tide ?d ,! MATT THO.M vo? Ctmntj Trhu...

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 July 1906

'"J. 'A .'W1-' . J -J- s.jy v" f." SCOTT COUNTY KICKER VOL. 5 BENTON, MO. JULY 21, 1906. NO. 36 1 OBSERVATIONS BY THE KICKER The JutiKle."--Soriu!thing About the Great Book That Has Stirred this Country and Europe, and Brought the Big Meat Trust to its Knees. Lust week tin Kicker guvc .vim ii j scare any ordinary visitor nt n hun svnopsis of tlie storv that it wiiveii ''rf''l yards, nml n' fur thcotlierincn. tlinuiirh "Tin- Jungle." It was , I -workiii in tank-rooms full of i .... . . . i i i steam, arid ill some of ivliicli there Mr. Hnelnir s aim to attack the l.ccf open vats near the level of the trust. hut he wanted to do was to , Hour, ( heir peculiar trouble was tint t iirollM' tlie people to the real colldi-.they fell into the vnts; ntiil when tiunsin tills count rv. lint he admits i fl"'.v were llshe.l oiit. there wns never that , he people were more inter,,,,, Egl!:;::,!,,: tt it! t I till I' ... llfl.l.tll t lit. II III t I...I. -.wit.t I i I . . . . . ... ' tt it ... .......

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 July 1906

' ft' m I; k MB I ' l I. J 4 Scott County Kidter. PHIU A. HAPHEH, PaklUkcr. BENTON. UISSOURL New York surgeons operated on the Russian plant and soaked him $300 Bet ho wishes now that he had stayed In Russia. Notwithstanding the pure lood law, Connecticut Is determined to sell the tiniest brands of Havana tobacco Connecticut raised. A new Island has been formed by a submarine volcanic eruption oir Lo-v.-nrd, Alaska. The seething sea pro venn any approach. The Philadelphia comts have held that It Is an a-sault and battery for ono man to ticklo another with a straw. In Louisville they don't tickle the man, tut the palate with straws. Of course It is Interesting to bo told that John D. Rockefeller saw a hor-c race fur the first time in his life in rrnnc the other day. but the chron icler fotsot something, did he win oi lose? According to a story sent out from Iowa, Satan IVruhaMt was born In that state, and began her stage cavoer Maying "Utile Eva." with an "l'ncle Tom's Cabin" show. H...

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 July 1906

What is aBackache? IT IS NATURE'S WARW1W8 TO WOMEN DIseiics of Woman'. Organism Cured and Consequent Pain Stonpid by Lydia E. Flnkham't Vegetable Compound. " It Feetns ns though my hack would trcalc." Women utter these words over nnd over ngnln, hut continue to drnjf alonf und buffer with aches in the Muall of the back, pain low down In the side, " hearlnff-down'' trains, ner vousness and no ambition lor any task. mm Cks SELF FEEDER FOR HOGS. Directions for tho Building of Two Convenient Devices for the Pen. This Eclf-ffodor snould lie placed ot. Moored spat" and can be niiido any lcnsth de.lrod. A Kctieral plan is .'down In our first illustration, says i'ralile Farmer. In building It, nail 2x4'a to the floor with edges up to niaUo the i Miss Maude Mo nrs J They do not realize that the hack is the nmlnsnrinfr of woman's oryani-m, ami (illicitly indicates by acliiny a dis eased condition of the feinalo orpans or kidneys, and that the aches and pains will continue until the causu la r...

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 July 1906

r.e SCOTT COUNTY i i il '58 I r hi 4 I'M I Kattrrd nt tbi wt oDtceln tlrnton. Mn oti K-lrtuar.r 14, l!n':I. an pund-'ln toi.ll matter 'it, Hakxkr. : Publisher. .Subscription, per Year. $1.00 Cash. liKl'l'lll.llAN TICKET, Kot stilt- .-nprrlnti-ri.l.-nt of l'obllc -..bunli. JA.MK- V WHITE. Vor Uallroinl nml Wiir.-n.ni-.- rniiimtxlutcr EDWAP.n W KI.KXTtIK Tor l!'t'rpi)ititlr allKlX 11. UliKKli, Tor CI. tk I'nqiit.r Court V'lUNK C. Mll.t.Ei: WHITMOltK C. 1'oMIK. For -h.rll I.EO HKI--K11ER. Kor Collwttir of h-i-fi ti CIUIILK- HKIYHA.N Vor I'm utlr,-- wtiirf. .1 MK A. KI.VCH. t'or Vr.-ldUi: .1a.lu .. ..mat M. H. TAXXKI!.' I'llf A-.l.-lltt- 1t lH-tr,. X. H. CV.NH. 1'Or A-M.llflt jQ.Iut SiJ l''tl'. I MATT TH0MA Vof"onat. Ti-.t-.ir-r R. M.T1I!MK.WKI K. r l'-.bat- .lnili.--. . lKVHir.r r-.r ."I.-, tut .1. tl h ):. WfU.lAM- t r i t.t ir ?.. 'i w ijoKr raf.1,v(i r.. j! ff-Mtrtu i --t- I-ABMERS' L'Md.V. ! late quite n number t! farrc ti-ive tn?en di-ennig the matter of organizing a union in Soot...

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 July 1906

stl1l 1 Van-- 1 ' "m SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VOL. 3 BENTON, MO. JULY 28, 1006. NO. 37 vat t . OBSERVATIONS BY THE KIGKERIrr"" ' " . e . T" "nint of tlii' people have no J?at ... County Farmers Must Guard Against In'diffinctiy in understanding them. vase unions are urgamzed. --strong Influences whk-h I more than can beaidofanv to Prevent Organization Among the Worker. In tin- outset let me say that the I fully taken-it should be refnnded. The government should nut beuu-i Kicker was iti error last week in glv irifT tht address of J. W. Harrison, state secretary for Oklahoma, an In (lialiotnu. II Ik address is Shawnee. Okla.. and If. von will write liitn ho will give you desired itifotmntion Since there i i'nri(lernlil4 stir among the farmers of Scott county over tlie organizations of unions British savings bunk. Some tlintiMM nrlx of depositor- ne tlie saving lmtik for ordinary trad- t -.11 .i i . . . i just .to a cltlwn. lint they kept the. I""!"'""' w" niioiHua. ' money and the editor ...

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 July 1906

Sty 2 rsr-w hi 3& 1 I! V 7: ..V;. 1 I 8 SI Scott County Kicker. PHIU A. HAFXrjl, Pakllsher. BENTON. MISSOURI. Pittsburg "society must think that It h.u about established tit reputa-tlon. If you do wrong, sooner or later you'll get caught, tt is n Rood Idea to think of this when going oft on a rampage. Aunt Carrie Nation, no dctibt. con Meiers the charge against her of send ing Improper matter through the malls as absurd. A man's pants always look like sin around his shoes: no tailor seemi able to make pants look well at the bottom of the less. A picnic doesn't seem to be the only occasion when the man wanders off atter the feast and the woman is left to clear up the debris. The title "colonel" comes from i word signifying a column. The colonel was so called because he led or commanded the column. A Michigan man arrested for bigam ay he forgot. If he thinks It over acaln. perhaps he can recall more than two wives that he has had. When the children uf a man past 7" fuse him to hav...

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 July 1906

4 PRETTY MILKMAIL TAinkt Pt-nttia Is a Wcndtrfitt Mtdicint. f MISS ANNIK HINORKN. ' MISS ANNIE HENDREN, Rocklyn, Wash., writes: ' I feel better than I have for over fonr year. I have taken several bottles at IVruna and one bottle of Mumilln. " I can now do all of my work In the house, milk the cows, take care of the milk, nnd ho forth. think Peruna It s mote wonderful medicine. " I belle?e I would he In bed to-day if I had not written to vou for advioe. I h:ul taken nil kinds of medicine, but none did mo imy good. " IVrunn has made me M well and happy girl. 1 can never hay too mueh for IVruna." Not only women of r.inis and leisure praise l'erutia, but the wholesome, use ful uomen entraifed In hone it toil would not be without Dr. llurtman's world renowned remedy. The Doctor has prescribed it for many thouaml women every year and he never fails to receive n multitude of let ters Mke the above, thanking him for ins, ativiee. ami especially for tnewoa tlerful benefits received from I'e...

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 July 1906

Si:iTT HTV Kli KKI!. Klit.r-.l :il ( .u. ..tllir , I'iil.,!,. II,... oil rVl.iimr.v II. VMrJ. n--n oh.l .111. mil liu.tt-r i:i;ii i:i.ir. Ti' kirr. r..i nM iintfii.1, hi iiii.ii-s i,....i. .1 MKS I' H III I i:. I ! l!.lilt..l. himJ jii llOtlff tllllllii. i i.iiH tcii u 11. i:i.a: r.r l: ii-i--iitiiti :i:i:i:.- is. 1:1:1:1:1:. I'or . l-tk '.uiiM ',uit n:.K r. itu.i.ri:. T..r l: !. r ..( u iii riiii:i: -. iMi:i: l"..r li. tirt 1 i: in:i-s-i:i:i:it. r-.i i. II., i,,r ,.t i:.-.-iih-t 11 i:i.i:s 111:1 iiiaN. I.r I'l,-.-. iillht- Alt..n.- .1 I II IN I. I IV II. rti -i.iiitL' .iii'Tp-itMiii 'iuii m. 11. 1 .m:i:. for A l.il-.lii.lf-- l-t lii-ni. I N. I:. I'M WWII. -.,r 1 In, lii.li :M M.IrM M IT THOMAS l'.r 'niil. 'I r-it-nr. r 1: m. 1 ii:ii:s i kiv. !ir l'rl.iit-.tit.'- . 11. m:u 1111:- r. I.r ii nil t. tk II. I:. U II.I.IAUs. I'l.r '.roh r hi:. :. iv. ;..i:i:. l'iMi'li-l l r.-r.f -iilnit ...iin.iilt,-. II. II. T"iKK, I liiiinii.il,. ri:o.M nii:VM.;s tiiapkl. A protriu-teil meetiii; Infill...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 28 July 1906

55 LBS FROM OKAX. Mis 5 Of 5 Hi South of town we have one of she Inrgeat if in it. the largest farm in Scott county. TIi.it. then htv more ncresof lam in cultivation on i tit furni and that the work is donemnre sysipmnticallv anil on a more exten sive scale ami is moiv sw-i-essfiillv the slimmer wit li in r aunt Hess. Mrs. V.iiiIiii lias rented residence property in town ami w II move here lieforc I lie i ii i iiii-ii otiii-ii ( of l lie f.ill term of school ih.it her children may have 1 In- li.-iii'lit nf tin pul-li.- school. The Sout lic-ist Mi.-.s.iiiri l.or Koll- l-'ROM MACUno.NIA managed than any farm in thi s-c- "?- assm latum "ill i t at this place tion. If. is needless to snv that I re- h' iM.iiilr l-J .1 I I Ji-ifpi.-i-, i ln-.i--ferlo the farm ofC.&A.j'. Slat thews, lelary here, says that the order here On this farm til iv was last fall IUOII 1:,s received ordi r to prcpaic to cn- ai-res fue.led to wheat. Thi- crop has just Iieen thr.-shed an 1 the aver up; yield was H...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 4 August 1906

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VOL. 5 BENTON. MO. AUGUST 4, 1906. OBSERVATIONS BY THE KICKER Unrest Among the People-Falling Away from Both Old Parties in Search of Relief. Conditions Re- semoie tnose that Made Lincoln President. 1 That the social uniest among the people is assuming giguutic propor tions is becoming more evident to all observers. The older heads tell us Mini. conditions today are very simi lar fid the conditions flft.v years ngo when the Republican piirty was born in lii"l and Lincoln elected president In 1800. Then the truuhte was chat tel slavery. Today it is wage-sluv-ery along with tunny other evil. In the cities, the tnniitifnctiiring center an i hi the mine i.the unrest particularly marked anion).' the lab orers, The wnge-sluves have been driven to the wall and now propoe to fine the enemy and tight. The American Federation of Labor t.wd million strong liti.t issued an ap peal to all tabor and it friends in t.lie r.'niteil State to aid in electing l.iw-maker that will r...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 4 August 1906

1 I 'a H! ft !') L ' I- ,1 16 Scott County KicHer. PHIL. A. HAPMEHf FtkllikW. BENTON. MISSOURI. George Ade denies that he is en gaged to Miss Lucy Taggart. Pleads a previous engagement to the dramatic muse, doubtless. A ZION RECEIVERSHIP DECISION OP FEDERAL JUDQB LANDI3 IN CHICAGO. DOWIE AND VOLIVA OUSTED The Pennsylvania school board has forbidden Its teachers to get married, and now,- In all probability, they want to more than ever. A Berlin professor is starting a cru sade against the waiter's "utility" nap kin. Has the sleeping car blanket, then, been reformed? The usual variety of hot weather admonitions, says the Philadelphia Bulletin, will now be In order, re specting the wearing of light clothing, the avoidance of hurry and worry and the adoption of a reasonable and mod erate diet. They can all be boiled down Into a single maxim that 1 ap plicable to every Individual: Use com mon sense. The figures for the fiscal year Just expired show that the New York post office Is one of...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 4 August 1906

1 rf iwtuuMiBsitSSJmfivMi F3 4 r Kothing Succeeds like "Eaa0SK. The man who preaches the best ser fflonj the man who tells the runniest torles; the man who keeps the best tore; or the man who makes the best eoods soon finds that people come to Mm. Merit la the best advertisement In the world. Peoplo speak well of things they know are good. They pass the coed word along. Tho beat breakfast food It EQO-O-SEE, for It contains all the life-giving properties of nature's best food, which Is wheat. EGO-O-SEE Is deeply In debt to the thousands of wives and mothers who use It in their homes, for these good women tell their neighbors about this great fcod. Children and aged persons alike are friends of EQG-O-SEE, Merit and common sense are the thing that advertise EGQ-O-SEE most. EQO-O-SEE Is cheap. A 10 :ent package contains ten liberal breakfasts. EGQ-O-SEE Is sold every where. Grocers must keep It if they want to keep their good customers, for good customers insist on buying EQO-O-SEE. The...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 4 August 1906

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. nErt'ttLH'AS TICKET. For Supreme . Indie Lon Term JOHN KK.NMSH. For Supreme .tuilee short Term .IAMKS T. NRVI1.LK. Kuf ftate Superintendent of Fubllc Sihnola JAMES U. WH1TK. For Railroad ami Warebouee CommlMlnner KDWARD W. FLKSTHK. For fonareeii 14th thatrlet W. T. TYXPAI.L, For Reprcaentatlte ORKU.N II. ilItK.KR. Kor Cletk County Court FRANK C. MIl.t.Kll. For Recorder of Iv-de WHITMOHK C. HOlMJK. Kor Sheriff LEO HKlSSKRER. For Collector of Reeenae CHAHLKS HKIOHAN. For I'roeecutlnr Attorney JAMKs A. finch. For I'reetdlca Ju1e-e County Cotsrt M. B. TANSKR. For Awoclate Jnd lt tilatrlct S. R. CAVASAH. For Aneoelate .lude 2d Pintrft t MATT THOMAS For County Tr-nnurer R. M.TIRVKNSTKI.N. ''or Probate .ludm H. HKWHIRiT For Circuit dcrl H R. WILLIAM". Kor Corut.r IiR. U. W. linllK. Vcbl.t.ed hf orfier of central oeiultt.c. W. H. Ts. Cbnlramo. AHOUXD. BENTON. Frank Mier. of Bird's Island, was h-re Tuesilny and reported that a new pest had made its appeurance in hi settl...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 11 August 1906

.Mr t It I' r SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VOL. 5 BENTON, MO. AUGUST 11, 1906. Observations by the Kicker. Something About "Half a Loaf Better than None," and "The Lesser of Two Evils."--A Hog Yarn. The silliest argument that come to my enrs In thru timed by politician! a ml their friend who. when they en counter u disgruntled voter. try t(i encourage liltn to vote 'er straight by saying. "Wetter take Imlf u Ion! than none at nil." Thin 1.4 n plain ndniMon that condition lire notto he defended, but thut the voter should try to content himself by tak ing the lesser of two evils. Hut which Is the lesser of two evils depens on who is doing the taking. A Demo erot will tell you that the Republl cans are the greater evil, nnd the Re publicans will tell you just the oppo site. So there you are with your "half a loaf." 1'or twenty-live years I have been voting for that "lesser of two evils." and 1 presume you have been doing the same thing. I have voted a tick et of which at least a part of It wns...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 11 August 1906

Scott County KkKer. mU A. KAVREA, rafclUhtr. Benton, t t i mssouix Every nation has a powder truat. Sometimes It la misplaced. There can't be much ot a quarrel with the Increasing Immigration when prosperity Increases with It. A fine potato which flourishes In warapa has been discovered In Uru guay. Who says that muck ought not to bo raked? Japan says she Is keeping the door open In Manchuria, but she admits that her spry little traders and concession-gobblers get through it first. An English paper says "Russia Is one country that does not want to light Japan." And In this respect Russia has company enough not to feel lonesome. ALLEGED DRUG TRUST LI LILLY DRUG CO. OF INDIAN APOLIS FILES ANSWER. A TRUST ACTUALLY EXISTS Mm a "Hack List," But Defendant Dtnles Having Anything to Do With Either. Dreyfus went out of the army a captain, and returns as a major. However, not many men will delib erately select his means of securing promotion. A Cleveland woman is suing for di vorce because he...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 11 August 1906

r. -i hv www w I HON. W. H.KELBAUGH OF WEST VIRGINIA PRAISES PE-RU-NA. eeeMeeBHMR'1 ' 'eeEHHI leETeeeeSflwl&? 'i-:;:.. A?1SEEEU EreTeTeTeTeTHESt-":: vSv'r H eeeeBIM; - 'H leEtEtEtEtEtKlsHEfll HHPPPifK' " - .HI lsssssssssb an m HORTICULTURE LOW FRUIT LADDERS. Can Be Built on the Farm and Will Prove Their Value When Given Trial. Two sketches of low ladders for picking small fruits, such as peaches, cherries and apples, where the trees are low appeared In a recent Issue of tho Prairie Farmer and which we re produce here. These ladders are so easily made that they should Interest our readers. Fit;. 1 shows a plan that Is made by taking two six-Inch boards six feet TRAP FOR DISHONEST MEN Mn.W.H.KelftwiH. A Cold at Any Time of the Year. Et fecially in Hot Weather, is I'try l)e fressmg to tht System. Ft-ru'na is an Vnequaled Tonic For Such Cases. Mead What People Say About It. Hon. W. H. Kelbnuffh, Ex-Member TV T .Ll.t.. .inl ntU . . . . . I &,, uasningion, v. v., writes: "You can ...

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