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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 19 December 1908

fit "V'W-lSiT SCOTT COUNT Y KICKER VOL. 8 BENTON, MO., DECEMBER lct 1908. NO. 7 I; 8" NIGHT KIDKK THIALS. Tin-1 rial of the night riders for the murder of Cnpt. Rankin tit Ifwlloot Lake is now going on at Union City, Tenn. The grand jury returned 12." indictments against o.itir.ens of the Reelfoot neighbor hood uiid the feeling is intense. A dispatch from Union City nays: "Clad in rough homespun, und alway with the inevitable long barreled rifle or big pistol in view, the denizen of the Reelfoot district assembled in this quaint little town to-ilny for the opening scene of the night rider trials. They are the flietllls Mini loliiti viw rip flu. mutt held mi.ler military guard awaiting! 't publish the story the week trial on the charge of murder of ' 11 nappeiieu uisieau 01 wniung un THAT BALLOT JOB. The patriots seem to be somewhat annoyed over the exposure of the recent ballot job. The local ring organ anil the one down at Sikeston, engineered by Lawyer Oresham, each had n column t...

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 December 1908

I i 1 : i . i I HI 11 II ISC I niP.H III SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. PHIL. A. HAFNKR. Publisher. CTKMfTieit. tK riA.JIglCAHb. btMj &l ihn tMitt ufliot In Uonion. Mo.. Vtbraarr II, MS. m teconiK-law uiall mattur. Count Zeppelin probably thinks that the aeroplane la all right as a toy. I V I In 1,0C0 years, says Nansen, the end of the world will come. Which end, explorer? Male servants In the Argentine cap ital get 66 cents to 92.20 gold a day and female help 40 cents to f 1.10. Count Bonl de Castellane has not been saying much recently, but we feel safe in assuring the public that he Is not sawing wood. Mi as a scientist claims, trees think, it would be Interesting to know their opinion ot the man who deliberately starts a forest fire. HOUSE INQUIRY ON ROOSEVELT REPRESENTATIVE PERKINS. IN FIERY SPEECH. SUPPORTS RESOLUTION. EVERYONE VOTES FOR Lloyd of Missouri, With Others. Decide Just What Action Shall Be Taken Text of the Resolution, Missouri man has his life saved by a package of ciga...

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 December 1908

""KM - . v i : : e-S, WVS M rlr Ml I 11 VjBy tTosepH C. Lincoln AfiTMi tf Xah tm 'Partnus of (he lite Cvmatr mo AA Bumts tu Conmr t 8YN0P8I8. r!!!'-80 om I,fft,t b1Fnn comical nsr vJ VJL J ..?ry' Introducing well-to-do v?i,I'?t18f.ud,c.r..f 1,19 ,own Edward v2. Uun,t nd Martin Hartley, two rich iniii.Pftr? "ev.kns rest. Because of i?ri?r'.pnnr .ln.vl"h expenditure of money, i m! i ni,.t "ncr lon was connected 11 !iV.Lun?.tlc Tlic arrival of James thW'iJ?". Prunt' valet, gave Pratt vJ,.'" In'ormntlon about the New tf ...-.Thei'. wished to live what they i ? Sfi i Tlle plural Life." Van Brunt. L ?! "iar'l. ' the successful suitor vUuuS?& Afnes Page. Who CHAPTER III. Too Many Cooki. It was a day or so after that that I see Nnte Scudder again. I'd been out In the sloop with a parcel of boarders they were beginning to get thicker at the Old Home now, same as the mosquitoes and on my way home I met Nate driving down the Neck road. He was in the carryall and I hailed him ns he come abr...

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 December 1908

V AT CIllMhTilAS C . . 4 - . . As is usual with tin' ipaper will be isMied TIM Ks THE SOUTH KAST !W(-r. no uiiii ptuplr next week, of getting wo" Th. .iit..i- f (.,.! tlmt . is entitled kirs. A tortini tciiei- mimed way i.i ti,.u'. 'ton nt nun iiirnrucau a iew im: r .1... -i mi i ,-Ihl'o ami Dim 11V IlIItl'M Will 111 1111111 1111 1111 I r I WHY 18 'I'll Kli K NO ANSWHK? 7 riu,, wt tiu- i I'iltwn ami tux-payer, I n-d l.v traveling t'a- iwl tlmt 1 have a nglit to asK ques you come to town, mop in ami shnke. Correspondents will please keep in mind that there will be no paper nest week, heuee there will be no need of eniing in items. tion eoneeriiing the conduct of 1 public atYaiis. Four week prior d an advertisement in , to the election 1 put some pointed the local paper cttitig foith tlmt questions to our prosecuting attor- in- couui ten tne past, piesem mm .... , c h he found t convenient . .1 : t i' .( I to ignore. On the eve ot the dee- future for the nominal Mini ot ol ceiit for l...

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. — 19 December 1908

't, KICKER rOL. dras IS .Christmas tVtf 10 BENTON, MO., DECEMBER 1q, 1908. Supplement NO. 7' ft: UP!" F CHRISTMAS TRIX! A Gorgeous Display for Big, Little, Old and Young, at HEISSERER'S. An endless variety of Mechanical toys, Manicure sets, toy dishes, handpainted dishes, work-boxes, toy wagons and horses, toy wheelbarrows, toy furniture and stoves, nice albums, in fact, a complete line of holiday goods, including Nuts, Fruits and Candies! During the remaining days of 1908 I wish to dispose of a nice line of Ladies' and Childrens' Cloaks and Winter Un derwear at especially low prices. A few Ladies' hats re main that will be sold regardless of cost. See for yourself. Clothing for Men and Boys at almost Your own Price. Special prices on Dress Goods. Come in and see Old Santa HEISSERER, BENTON. if 15 Curtoon by Courtesy of St. Louis Star ami Chronicle. Stockholders of the Commonwealth Trust Company were on hand Monday to jret , their share of the Christinas money. ,700,000. which is be...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 19 December 1908

gffM IgflEll;'- .jgjfgjgjgjgjtMg IfM GREAT V I R BANKS SAVING if II gH H - aVI I II $40,040 1 II Friday, I I II i I" II HUM II Ml ' P'JI Hill Hi h i ' i ww iiUhmmhi mi i w i i ma: HOLIDAY I SALE T T ST El- STORE OR AN, Our Buyer Has Just Returned from the Eastern Markets Where he procured thousands of dollars worth of Seasonable Merchandise from various factories at less than actual cost of the raw material. You well know that the Mills will not carry over a dollar's worth of winter goods that they can convert into cash at this time of the year, and this is the reason we were able to purchase this merchandise at such ridiculously low. prices. This mighty purchase and our entire stock that will invoice $40,000 will be merged into one great offering FOR 15 DAYS ONLY, making it the most Stupendous Bargain-giving event ever held in Scott County. Worth of Dry Goods, Shoes to fit the Whole Family, Ladies' and Gents' Fur nishing Goods, Clothing for Men and Boys, Millinery, Fancy Goods, Not...

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. — 2 January 1909

' R r TT- n mymm i Mill Jl', 'I '!-' -' ? I SCOTT COUNTY 1 iilCHER VOL. 8 BENTON, MO., JANUARY 2, 190o. WITH THE BEANVILLE NATIVES. Phil. HafnerWith His Old Friends Again.-Delivers -apeecn. --warmer Jones Gets Insulted. NO. VOTI-: OK Till: NATION. The vote iii' tlic nation has Ik en TO RKMoVK TflH MAK. Jti order 1 nst to kill time Phi . Uoijier j Yet. I.e has handed to him annually "He careful to keep out agitators announced that he would resume ! forty million dollars of wealth ere- and don't allow them to organi... his spceche-, to the Beanville nu- ,ated by the men, women and child. Occasionally et them stop work to tives. The natives talked of noth-1 rcn who toil. listen I... .....1 n'.H. ..,. ! ..V. . .. . . 'I''-'MIIUI ...... .. ii'mot .xiw. (ton t cuss IfocUefe er. tell them about on the tree announcing the spenk-.llc gets his 'lmnestlv'-ns honesty 'workinirmn.i' ..,.,1 nous muay. uirtiegie. .Morgan, iniinr. Keep tlieiu contented.! iiyan, vtethiore, rruiieis. Kerens. Nllgle a...

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. — 2 January 1909

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. HH- A. MAFMKW. INSHshsr. WMC1IITMW. US TEAS. )M CAIM. ntnd M the port offl in Benton. Xo a Miuif It, !. u MconU-cUw mall mttut. The surgeon general ot the nary wants a dental corpi. Is this to be on duty In the teeth ot a gale? An Illinois man got a bride on an lection bet, and will know In a few years whether he won or lost. le may build a stadium. There It will be more than ever a matter ol Greek meeting Greek. That Is an old saying about good di gestion waiting upon appetite, but ever appropriate to the occasion. It is difficult to see how an expert can And enough work to keep htm busy under the stringent game laws prevailing in Africa. LABOR LEADERS ARE SENTENCED SAM'L QOMPERS GETS 12 MONTHS, MITCHELL 9 AND MORRISON 6 MONTHS. CONVICTED OF CONTEMPT Court's Decision a Scathing Arraign ment of the Defendants, Declaring They Determined In Advance to Violate Injunction. Now a theorist Insists that life can ; oe prolonged forever. The Idea opens up a terrible pros...

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. — 2 January 1909

7 LI Samson and Delilah By Harriet G. Canfold (Copyright, by Ford Puh, C.) Aunt Deo put her pretty head out of the window, and listened all uncon "clous that bo doing, sho turned an other pago In her lovo Btory. They had lived In thla neighborhood only two days, but Dorothy had evidently found a playmate. Her cheerful little voice came floating up: "Oh, ytih." ho was iaylng, "I'm glad you live In the next houthl" Aunt Dee looked down at her amall niece. She was standing close to the hedge that divided their lawn from the old-fashioned yard adjoining It. Standing just as close to the hedge, on the other side, was a fair-hatred child, whose long, golden curls were tied back on each side with a blue ribbon. Only the head of each was visible to the other, but Aunt Dee gazed won derlngly at the little figure on the other side of the hedge. Was It a boy, or a girl? A long-sleeved ging ham apron blue and white hung stiffly down to the tops of shoes, thick soled and heavy, like those worn b...

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. — 2 January 1909

v Ms I J. I v IS Bp hkrk and yonder. II. V. Tailor, of Commerce township, as here Monday nutl re potted what Ofine near being a so ...... A . ....... - .l t i. tl'11 :he southeast. At Dexter. n Christmas eve. Harry McCulunn - hut and instantly killed hi.- young )' li irlier, Fred. The hoys wete the ,-oiis ui' -1. W MeCullom, who formerly conducted a saloon at Dexter hut now hns a drug stove. The father retired from business- anil tinned the tote over to his sou. nairy, wtm i i.lil Meii va a l FRU.Nt NEW HAMBURG. Our holiday fu.-tn Hies were inter- .eWo;rih;;;Win,iheo;::i ; ;n - rd rrs ut. Mrs. Buck and Misi ' i,,?.! Lim ot enter 11 . toim,'rl-v lK'l,,,"M' ,he w'- ."J1 ' s somewhat bruised While ' "l'd'r . ' Ul " ' . i 'U J."'. there haven't the tuoney with which , nods nm-iiwAV down Jackson Hill last week. Mrs George Hack and baby und Miss Cloe, little daughter of Jesse Sprtdlin were driving down the hill when a tuj came loo.-e and frightened the mule. Mr. m i i .... ... n,ci u1 ......

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 9 January 1909

II SCOTT I COUNTY KICKER. BENTON, MO., JANUARY 9, 1909. NO. i) m WITH THE BEANV1LLE NATIVES. .An Overflow Meeting Greets Mr. Hafner on His Second Visit. Chattel and Wage-Slavery Compared. The speech made by Phil. Hafner -at Iteanville was the talk of the neighborhood and, good naturally, the natives had a Rood deal of fun out of Farmer .Tones about Betting "insulted." The news of the speech caused quite a sensation at the court house and the promise of the speaker to show that "the in t create" in Scott county had their lepresentntives at Henton Justus the interests in Wall Street have theirs at Washington deemed to an noy Lawyer Skinner and Clerk Pussyfoot . When the speaker drove up he found the school house tilled and inniiv outside who could not enter. The oveniug was pleasant, and the millions in the postoftiee depart ment. Both the banks and express companies are running in opposi tion to the postal money order de partment against the public inter est. Stop this, and there wil...

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. — 9 January 1909

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. ' PHIL. A. HAPNKR, 1uktlhr. aimed M the pott otflcu In IVuton. Mo., oa trakraur U, 1W3. u Mvund-clau mall niatMt. 110 VICTIMS At the present rate of growth Man hattan Island will have a population of 8,600,000 In 1932. The wages of women In Asiatic Tur key vary from ten to fifteen cents a day of ten hours. England reports an enormous de mand for second-hand Bibles. Got any you've outgrown? In the population of New York city there are 187,000 persons who are stockholders In corporations. Pu Yl, the emperor, has 30 nurses, and Is hollering for his old one. What's the use of being an emperor? The Plttaburc Pn uvi that wnnMti kills. Well, we'd far rather be hit with ii man wun a stick of dynamite. English newspapers say they are sorry ror tne Kaiser. That Is nn nrtls tic way of piling on the punishment. Canadian physician says our high school boys are being "effemlnized" by women teachers. Noticed It, this fall? Phtladelnhla has eBtnlillshprf tm nit night bank, and ...

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. — 9 January 1909

KITCHEN EABINCT THE NATION'S BREAD. CITY PlANSUDdQN-CLERMOm New York city la planning for a big Hudson-Fulton celebration next Sep! tember. There will be eight days of pageantry, with. parades on land and water, to commemorate the three hun dredth anniversary of the arrival of the Half Moon. The Half Moon ascended the Hud son to the present site of Albany and a bit beyond, and It Is expected that all of tha river towns between New York and that point will Join In the nolso-maklng, the Illuminations and the general jrayety. A duplicate of the Half Moon Is bo lus built in Holland, and from the scant knowledge that Is extant of the Clermont, Fulton's boat, Naval Con structor V. J. Baxter Is preparing plans from which the Clermont is to be reproduced. It Is n curious fact that the naval parade committee has had greater difficulty in determining the appearance of the Clermont, built In 1S07, than In determining that of the Half Moon, which entered the river nearly two full centuries befo...

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. — 9 January 1909

ft En V lii. t' 15 lis. ft. Sl'BSCUIITION PRtCKi Twelvemonths, $1.0). Six mouths, .0e Three months, - .30. WHAT WILL H AP1VEN ? The four yean since the last local option election have nearly elapsed and what the "reformers" intend to do I do not know. The last lection was held March 17, 1905 and the result was 1,711 wot and 1 ,4!M dry. There has been a won derful change of sentiment, against the saloon since then, and if the matter is again submitted the few saloons that yet remain will be overwhelmingly voted out. I fail to understand why there is no agitation. The. election could )e ordered dnrini? the VpIimhii-v term of court and the election or dered for March IS Hut there is nothing doing. Whether the alli ance formed between some of our political preachers aud the saloon seepers has anything to do with his "apathy," I do mo know Nor do i care. TO THE KICKER'S FKIENDS. I JohtiMm screws up that iinile. pro . . i., ... I am sure that the loyal ft lends j of the. .Kicker wan1 to k...

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. — 16 January 1909

SCOTT COUNTY IUCKER. VOL. 8 BENTON, MO., JANUARY 16, 190t. NO. 10 WITH THE BEANVILLE NATIVES. Phil. Hafner Answers Farmer Brown's Question and Explains How the "System" Robs all Farmers. to own uiif t'ni" him-clf, took, pure by iir. tin- inutfiiiil imil eon HtritutcU one. He was di.-eoveied, arrested and charged with gtand larceny. Hut tin- charge didn't i, "l "T I'hil. Hnfner's speech lust week rt nrtvtl a shuffle all over the county. To speak disrespectfully of the mill' ing trust, in Scott county is like us ing the name ot .1. I'. Morgan in vtiin at u session of Mr. Roosevelt's ubinet, Ciediicr . lohusoii immed iately lu'iran to turn the frank ot Mie ij.vmii mid ground out sonic -tun i untcract the effect. Law- -r skinner senl ioi Fanner -Tones iii'i (tad one ot I ho-e heart -to-lit at l 'alk- with liitn. "Can't you put a .-lop to il.o-sc (-iiirunguesof Ilatner'sdown there 1" iwpnred Lawyer Skinner. local latidloid are very small try. If they only knew it, the lluaneiers higher u...

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. — 16 January 1909

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. PHIL. A. HAFNEW, PufcHsfcf. IPMOMtntW, til T1AK. tlM cuia. aatand at the pmt ufflc In Beaton. Mo M kkraary ti, MS. u ncond-cliM tuU utMee. Truth About Pecan Raiting. Nature haa Indeed played pranka with the pecan producers. Hundreds of thousands ot nuta large, smooth, thin of shell and plump of kernel have been planted with care, nurtured with anxiety and brought to fruition in trepidation, only to furnish proof to the earnest orchardlst that Nature held secrets he had not solved, for the crop was not what was expected, the products being "throw backs," as un like the parent nut as the woolly Welsh pony is tinlike the round bar reled, sleek limbed, satin coated thor oughbred. Tor years the struggle to unlock the closed doors of nut knowl edge has been under way and success has made a timid approach, but pecan propagation Is to-day almost as dubious an undertaking for a novice os the geometrical method of piling up millions by starting with one pair of tabbits an...

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. — 16 January 1909

0 A HUDDIN MIIFIT. gr r w CONSTANT BATHS Hit MANIA. Sf Higher and Higher D B By Miriam Hughe m m Ik (Copyright, Ford Pub. Co.) It was ten c&lock on a midsummer day, and the sunlight cast great gold n spalshes on the disturbed, fouled dust of the arena. Tho ttera of seats, too, rising up and up, looked woefully deserted and bare, and the canvas sides and roof, as they flapped and bellied In the wind, stood out hideous ly black and soiled In the searching llKht. Lubln and Babette were dressed as angels or fairies, and were waiting with childish impatience to rehearse their ascending feat. They wore little wings to their backs, and Lubln car ried a quiver of arrows slung on his shoulders, such as Cupid wears, A couple of workmen adjusted the wires that should convey them through the great silt in the roof, down which at night the limelight was to penetrate, and the ringmaster rubbed his hands In a satisfied way, and condescended to laugh with his subordinates, because ha knew per f...

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. — 16 January 1909

IT 5 til ' . ' . . 11 l I I . ... . . t- .rx av. .!s. .Tv a, m M Carr e Hn nvvi , KlliiM lihVA. ! U( l. 1)D( i m-iSIS-SrSf55iWSig ..- w w ' p i.vt'i .ii-t-iii I .-V. V; VS- V-.1.- 'r YV i-" fc- " ' 'LW. . t' 1 SUBSCRIPTION Twdvo pioiiths, Six moiithg, -Throe months, PRICE: l.0O. .tiOc .35. VB ARE GREAT PEOPLE. We uve great people when it comes to display. With thousands of people in our own country home less and starving we pay no atten tion to them, but make a great noise about our benevolence in aid ing the stricken people of Italy the earthquake victims. On the same day last Monday that con gress appropriated $800,000 for the relief of the stricken foreigners the following, which is only a sample of what is happening all over the United States, appeared in the St Louis Post-Dispatch: vuen r ratiK aeison, years old. was turned out of the Carr Street Police Station before daylight Monday morning, after having been -neitereu tnere over tught, he was told that if he did not get a job...

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. — 23 January 1909

.)" SCOTT COUNTY niCKER. VOL. 8 BENTON, MO., JANUARY 23, 190t. Slf m. WITH THE BEANVILLE NATIVES. 1 1 . 1 . ... 'Mid that the reason tor assuming ,iw entitled to ni.v most humble! THK LAW" ABAN'DON'P.l) different names is to tool the igno- apologies for if anyone ii.-fiis.-d ' What the new county court will I rant musses. 1 m of being the daddv ot such I Ho u,nt m,, it, .',... 1 1... THE SOUTHEAST. tVt A A j . . . . ianvcs are Asiouna at Learning tnat Assessor Buck "ifMp-l,iuk -xaminc his,iiivi s that Ut,dwa.,n,tl,'uiity. fi-HstiyupdHt ir. r0r st Had Degenerated into a Modern Bushwhacker ip-wttphw- Two o "M-'i iiuvixvi . 'years out ot sixteen ' he will likelv I tor slander. If he is the author l w.a.. I 1. .. K ! !.. 1. i . 1... . ... .. 1. ! u t I The Beanville meetings had be-1 wagon. That is the trouble with eonm the talk of the county and it most Democrats. Thev can't dis- whs known that several farmers from ndjoining neighborhoods wonltl nt fetid the next meeting. In the iiieit...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 23 January 1909

ft J? ? r r i. IPs - ft ! SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Ill 1 1 I Oil I I1T HILL OiULU I FOR SENATOR PHIL. A. HAFNBB. PeMallOC. WMCMWim. ft! WU, II CAM. state m the post offlto la Benton. Mo a VMenar? 1. lVU. u tnnnrt-rliM mat) mstMt. Tht Bishops and the Mothers. The Mother' Union of Great Britain "cam of age" recently, and two dlgnl taries of the Established church ad dressed its anniversary meeting In London. The bishop of Stepney, who has since been appointed archbishop of York, a bachelor, breezily reminded his hearers of their duty to their hus bands: "Remember that, poor things though they may be, they are your own. You have got to do your best with them, realizing that women are the makers of men." The bishop of Manchester aroused enthusiasm by ad mitting that no bishop works as a mother works. Not one, he said, did so many kinds of work, such exacting work, or work which laid such a strain upon mind nnd body and spirit. In his bachelor days he had talked to moth ers' meetings with a ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
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