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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 8 November 1902

'I ' " - wwn inuu of THE ORINOCO. fllt iMinw IgaaU m Barlsaa Issportaat, Bat Net a itai Folab To comprehend fully what (ha con trol of a taut waterway threading the richest part of Guiana would iw.an to America and American Interests, ont must study- carefully the map of South America. Geographers divide the onthern continent Into three great basins, those of the Amazon, the Orl isoco and the Plata. To dominate the mouth of any one of theae great arte rles of commerce would be to become the master of one-third of South Amorl , en. The Orinoco Is navigable for ves Hels of the deepest draft to Cludntl llollt nr, Venezuela's eastern metropolis. Within this distance of 400 miles SO other navigable rivers swell the mighty t-tirrcnt of the Orinoco, while still fur thcr into the Interior the e nstern lnh receiU'R the waters of 01 large rivers mid the west those of 30. Two of the former nrc natigablc to the affluents of tht Amazon, and ninny of the latter to the remote Interior of the neigh...

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. — 8 November 1902

SB KIT 30 ft' IK" IC 7 If i mi.,- What baa become of nilvsr? pMMfplos question settled? What fiat become ol imperialism? the osy question JaW Wdlnjtly o, jpccswllngto the brand, of so-called J)iocrats now tn control'. W elected a "tariff reformer" in 1892. Do yoo want another? Let sjossan be deceived with thl clap trap aboat ''tariff for revenue only." It Willi jast wltfit the Democrats Brent when they declared for the (rtvcofttAgeof both gold ni)d silver ''With such sufe-guards us would ia sur the parity of the metal." Cleveland held that the only 'sufe guard" was the gold standard. Tariff reformers hold that a "tariff for retenua only" is what the Re publicans call a "protective tariff." Either a thing is nlj right, or else It it all wrong. There is no middle ground between right and wrong as much as the "triuuners" wouM like to have us believe there is. If protection U right, then souk it on good and heavy. Ulve the people alitbeyenu stand of It and more. It protection Is wrong, ...

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. — 15 November 1902

1 I us SI V.f1 r?; SCOTT COUNTY lUCKER. VOL 2 OBSERVATIONS lly Mentor of Use KlekervlUe Clufc. BENTON, MO, NOVEMBER 15, 1902.' i b Jo, a. PAiimt.o. A vagrant, according to n high nd mlgnty magistrate of Rochester, N. Y., is nay person who roams over the country, working when lie can, ad lie also rule that the term hold good whether the person has money or not. Very clever, indeed; bat the feinted Judge should have drawn n liae uf discrimination some where, as it would never do to "run In" tome of our politician, bogus oflk holders nnd corporation mag nate, wlio roam over the country "working" the fieople for nil they're worth. Query: Would a Rochester Judge be n vagrant if the people Mcqlired a lick of sense and put him "tithe bum?" M course you nil know the Hot At Man? Well, the H. A. M. was hiving it nil to himself, an usual, the oher day. He was holding forth at a'mtle-a-Btluute gait on the unreli ability of those old sayings so com mon aong our fathers. i "Now, take that one, fo...

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. — 15 November 1902

2 . 1 A . A MlAmS. BBSBBSBBSBBSBBSBBSBBBSw. - I M!V, aTAaaattee BsnLkV fiewwoioiciowowioioiiiMiiimMoieioiDioiii 1 1902 NOVEMBER. IK 2$ S in. an, tub. vs. im m. ur. 2 T3 4 j j T jb I H23 24 25 26 27 28 29 i ! 30 I 11 RESULTS lit Iter y Teld By the Ballots ii tkt States Which Held Blectlois Tuesday. Nl IENERAL CHAME IN COMPLEXION. Chairman Aktn of Ihe repuMleaB tate committee, at 3 p. m., Wednes day, aald: "We hare 52 member aurt, outside of St. Loula and Kansaa City. In St. Clair, McDonald and MonlteM It will take the efflclal count to de termine. There are eight or ten coun ties to hear from that are very close. The republicans will have at least OS members in the house." The democrats elected their entire city ticket in St. Louis by pluralities ranging 8,000 to 15,000, two out of three congressmen; 11 out of 10 mem' Jumping the party from a three per I Jorlty clow to 6,000. Burton cent, to an eight per cent, basis. WASHIftSTO. Seattle, Wash., Not. 5. The repub licans hare carried t...

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. — 15 November 1902

I' I f The Best Missouri News Vest's ion In Deaf, George., Vest, Jr., son and private, secretary of Senator Vest, died at the Columbia hotel In Washington Thursday morning between the hours of three nnd six o'clock. A doctor wns culled nnd said thnt Mr. Vest hnd expired not Inter thnn five o'clock The Immcdlntc cause of denth wan convulsions, due to nciite gastritis. Mr. Vent wns nbout 42 years old. The Vent fntnlly home In In Sweet Spring. Senator Vent Is In n Xcw York hospital rreeMng Irent- ment for his eyes, which Imve trnu- men mm tnticn n recent yearn. George Vent, Jr., hnd lived n life thnt hnd caused his father n (Trent lent of trouble, During the ndmlnls trntlon of Frlrr.ldcnt Clevelnnd he sc cured n position, through the Influ ence of his father, In the diplomatic service, but wns compelled to resign because of his erratic habits. He wns the second son of Senntor nnd Mrs. Vest. He wan born In Boon- vllle, Cooper county, nnd wns edn cnted nt Kemper military school there. Ge...

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. — 15 November 1902

k pV"' 'v. V',,.- f r f It IS. 8f i b 1 A- SCOTT COtftfTY JnCKER Itaupia at tfc. partoanhi Swton, Mn oa Tttomrj 14, Ml, a. Mcol-daM nan NtUr. It I Published at Denton, Mo., every fUWBSAY BT !- PnL. A. HAFHER. ernmxb paper op scott couxty ttbteriptlon, $1.00 Per Year, VOLUME II, NO. 1. With this issue tlto KIckrr enters pon It second yenr hnle, hearty and full of vim n Kickeh from Kkkerville. To say that I nm sntinfled with the pest year work is putting It mildly, and if my patrons are sntNflwl, then nil is well. When I started thl paper I ex pected to lose money the first year, Fortunately I was mistaken. I luive not only lived well, but hare mndp quite a little money in excess of a living. I did lietter than most men on the farms. 1 am sutlHfled, I felt that I wus on trial. I sub- mitted my case to the producer of Scott county. It wnsn t n "fixed Jury, No! But tho verdict neemed spontaneous and ultnont unanimous, I have always held that it in safe to trust any Just cnuoe to tho peo...

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. — 22 November 1902

"I SCOT COUNTY KICKER. Vbl. 2 BENTON, MO., NOVEMBER 22, 1902. No. 2 1 DDHKHVATION8 liy Member or tliu Kkkervlllc Club. ttniiltril by Jon. H. PAiirtKl.n. "I nolw," miM tho Hot Air Mini, "that rime freak up in MurtinCo., Ky.i Is lending his leisure nioiiit'iitH on ti sdViitiflc theory, liy which lie hopes typrovo that women nro nklti to the make family. He linn been cxperininting with Indies' hair and a basin?! water, nnd declares that lie can irodtieo snakes therefrom of the Rani tempretiient na the women from wioso head the hairs were taken. Vonder wlint kind of doH ttlmt gy usi must lie hot stuff. Sonii'lnw I have a kind of suspicion tlmt If e strays into .Scott county the girl will tnke great pleasure In divssitij'hltn up in a neat-fitting suit of tarinil feathers. Tliciueun thing." "Tint Kentucky scientist." snld tho Kimlkul Kus, "icinitnls nie of a felliff who onco started on, the IHTpetJnl motion problem. He fig ured ( nil out on paper then ho liuilt lis machine. It was a great...

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. — 22 November 1902

4t! I fc-K tor 4 V hp ej '. 1 6 X J1 1 SI I f e- t f .A I s I 5-' fcott County ftkfrn ' Ml. A MATUSS, faHHInr, mimoubl TOWCl OF HI DAT. A Jot. Wall Done. "The federals arc cheating!" uTha republicans nre frauds!" RUT bang! come tho echo from l'orto Hlco. Only four yenrs among us, yet how sweetly assimilated! Rome Free Advertising. Lew Wnllnee persists In suggesting Roosevelt anil Mitchell ns the proper ticket in 1004. It locks as If Lew were preparing to launch another novel, and wanted some advertising. Wants Clear Field. The sultan of Turkey has Issued an edict forbidding the pnlillontlon of books 111 his realm. The reason Is said to be that he Is polnir to publish book himself and want a clear field for it. Uaml tar flilo.ooo. Lord Kitchener, who will become commundcr-ln-ehief in India', will tnke up the best paid appointment in the Itritlsh army. The commander-in-chief in India Is worth about .io 000 a year and is tenable for "even years. American! Ar urrat iteaitera. An arithme...

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. — 22 November 1902

RzllBFHnn nt .- ..... . ur. D. (. I.ilntoii calls otli-iuion to ? u "ctl?" of 11,0 l,.vnelnn tribes Inhntiltlnjf tin; I'aellk.nreblpcliijruos. A hundred .yenrs n-jo the lln wnllnn islands were mid to contain 400,000 native In- AJ2ian& ,0-,,ny t,,c-v hnv "tnrecly 30.000. The snmc rapid diminution lin occurred throughout 1'olyncsln, nnd I attributed mnlnly to leprosy, tul.ercu. lonln nnd evil wny of living.-Youth' Compniilon. Admiral llcirer'- Itnttrrlllr. Admiral Dewey linx probiiblv one of the tincHt collection ot liiittcrllles in the world, the nceumulntloiiRof ninnv years In hi mi morons vovtics. It In eludes thousands of mapiilllicnt Kiiod rums, and Is s.nld to )C iiisur..l for Srt.OOO, a sum which Is only a port ion of Us estimated vnlue.-Chlcarfo Inter Poller on ln- H ll.e Pyramids. . .? ''"r'Ml "WBNiut of police Is now Motioned nt the pyramids, nnd perfect order Is m.ilntaliicd. A tlxed tariff 1ms been arranged for the asceut, and trnv. elers can po where they ple.ise with...

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. — 22 November 1902

" $$1 ' '"'' IHMK. J 1 ntM,Mo..on "5- IfiiyiiiliiI'M Uqhtoh, Mo., every ..p&ihaikY by :- Pmi.. A. Havxer. PAPKIt OP .SCOTT COUNTY 1 ?toiMtt were the reorfrimizcru nro in My i jiwmm rj w ii ii'in ii '(ii vw v 'W-i . a . I a, a a Hvr ;OKm tno puny to us principle. This is ennlor said thmt done. How are we, of Missouri, to form a lcnguu ."for the avowed purpose-of holding the party to its principles" ho Ioiii: 08 the Butlers, the Woll.V the Cooks .and the Siuberta are in the middle? This la a commercial nut). Every thing, is measured by dollars. Tlie ."party" hns an puorniou amount of patronage n mount lug to millions ,of dollars to distribute among Its .supporters. The opposition has .nothing to light for except principles something notseriously considered ja present day politics. Conditions in Missouri are not very flattering. It was clearly proven in theCardwell case that the state com- "TABIFP TINKERING." There will be some, tariff tinkering by congress this winter. J. P. Mor g...

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. — 29 November 1902

s .Kasst . . . Mk .aaaBBBv aaaaaak t ill a f II m i if r it n n u K - -VO'-g BENTON, MO., NOVEMBER 29, 1902. . NO. 3 tt 41 PHIL. HAFNER'S STUMP SPEECH TO THE BEANVILLE NATIVES. It wu at the Beanvllle school vhowe, near Brushy Hollow. It was on the evening of the spelling-match, .nd all the farmers had, turned oat ..to see how their children were pro tgfesslng at the school. As each child would "torn down" its opponent in spelling the faces of the parents of .the successful child would brighten. .There was tho best of .feeling. All .the children acquitted themselves well and the fatliers and mothers vwere proud. There was a lack of the usual envy and' Jealousy. All werelad that all did well. After the "match" closed there was .a general greeting and 'swapping of yarns. "-I am going to make a law 'yer of my boy," said Farmer Jones, as he proudly patted his son on the ' shoulder. "Why so?" asked Farmer Brown. "Well, my boy has got a good head on him, and lawyers seem to make nn easier ...

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. — 29 November 1902

a; kt' " iff Scott Canity ttkfctr. ISP k I- 4 I .KXMOCU A Russian who claims to be t nobleman advertliei (or an Amerl can wife with 150,000. It look as II noblemen 'were- getting Us cxpea alte. It it U true, at claimed, that there are 1,000,000 morphine fiends In the United State, then this wilt explain a great many thing which have hereto fore teemed mysterious. After giving prohibition a trial for 80 year the majority of the people of Vermont at a recent state election ex pressed their desire for a change to some form of local option and high license by electing a legislature pledged to some measure of this tort. Probably the recent live months' atrlke in the anthracite region may brine; the aggregate coal output of the United States to a lower tlgure In 1902 than It touched In 1001, but there Is a reasonably fair chance that we will still be ahead of any other couutry in that field. A patient at the Elgin. (111.) insane nsylum escaped by using a silver dime as a screw-driver od u...

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. — 29 November 1902

JltANKSGIVING Itil&Lj'.. JtssnsnBsnHf' .MssnBBSaBaBl HE robins arc toutn- ward winging, Ai w(""",,roo r.o longer are singing, A,L'fVh ,"r stone. n kalydirtu chat In the thicket, The locusts have ended their file, Ami ever, the last little cricket Mae put up his violin. Then what are these cheery r.olitl On the cold November nlr, ' ; "Wo laughing voices Tnat echo from everywhere? ai? a ,aL,Ic of whtcls a-clatWf All along the frcucn way, n Wat,,I(! t chatter On thli glaciThankf giving day. A5f-,i?rr a.rc h. ehlltwn com!r.g . Nc- robin Is halt so sweet, .Ii?iV.tbrook' ,c,,,e!t humming li Mltho as the sound of their feat to thousands of loving grandmas, who i are waiting with smiling eyes Ar..t.he,mtlf. ,o:k! nockliB to grandpa's, All under the frosty skier. -Persls Gardiner, In Vouth's Companion. AowTme, Governor Helped Bobby Taanksgive &YLUHJljNTQN.'- "I WAS the slack time at the post ofltce the hour just before noon, when the morning mail had all been distributed, and the cle...

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. — 29 November 1902

53 i.' - if KJ'i ' COXTNTYMCKER t.ttt Mtoflnln Btatoi. o.. on M Mcoad-ctM mall uatttr. 3A IT Published at Benton, Mo., every AATUBDAY BT PHIL. A. HAFSKR, I orreciiL papxr op scott county Subscription, fl.00 Per Year. m ' PREPARE FOR THE WORST The people of Missouri may pre pare for some very vicious una rotten ' legislation this winter. For months , the KtOKKRhashndiuformation from private sources that an arrangement xlsted between the lire insurance trust and the Btato House -Ring to the effect that legislation desirable to the Insurance trust should be en acted, und of course the trust "put up" to the campaign fund. The most objectionable lnw to the trust is the valued policy lnw. Under " this law If nn ngent insured your house" for 91000 nnd your house .'burns, the company is bound to pay you the $1000. Under the old lnw the company could send around n slick adjuster, offer you 8500 und tell you if that didn't satisfy you to bring suit. In most instances you would take it knowing...

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. — 6 December 1902

SCOTT i"r" iLBEEEEEEal LeH wbbbbbbb1 i- ubbbbbbSI H JBBBBBBb1 -'EBBH 'V :1 COUNTY KICKER. Vol.2 BENTON, M0 DECEMBER 6, 1902. PHIL. HAFNER'S STUMP SPEECH TO THE BEANVILLE NATIVES. (Continued from last week.) Oaring the week there was a gen eral discussion ot Phil Hefner's speech in the Beanvllle settlement, and many got ont their biblea to see if the verse quoted was really there. Then they asked the parson about it, and he explained it by saying that conditions were different then Ju as ffondlttons could chauge the Intent of the Word .of God. On the appointed evening the school house was filled to Its utmost cap acity. The discussion of the week had .aroused much interest and everybody was eager to hoar what (the speaker would say next. The politicians also got "wind" of the excitement and sent a "spotter" down to report the proceedings. About 7 o'clock tlio speaker arrived, and, without any preliminaries, step ped to the teacher's desk and began: "Ladies and gentlemen: This is" "Ho...

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. — 6 December 1902

j.' 1, ;4 f I -) Scott County ticker. aUt. A. MAMIKIt, Faetlsaca, 1 VTaammr ww3KW3!Ji3i:is::Kio:ico:ii!si 1902 DECEMBER. 19021 in. mi. ton. m I no. ' nT ut. $ ill n jlli j n 1 II 7 8 9 10 1 1 1 1 12! i 13 S 14 21 28 15 22 29 23 24.25 ,26,27 18 30 31 -8 TOPICS OF THE DAY. Promptly Sued for Divorce. Wlllnm Hanks, nf Knoxvllle. 'IViin., refusrd t tnkv IiIh wife ti tlie circus and he promptly sued htm for Aorcc. the grounds lu'tnir Mild refusal. Men have no show tlicxe days. Dim to Hrtlre .tnnunr I. President Diaz, of Mexico, known as the "errand old man" of that coun try, will retire from office on January l. He will be mieeeedeil by .1oe Yes l.tninntntir, now foreign minUlev of Mexico. The Best Missouri News Hrmnrknlile Fllaht of Snlliv. H has often lieeu .stated that fill miles hii hour was the utmost rate at which a swallow could tly. Ktvent experiments between Cnmiielirne and Antwerp procd that a swallow In a hurry can ooer ..miles in an hour. The Mtrenicth nf n Urollp. A scientist...

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. — 6 December 1902

1 x Frisco Preiideat Roosevelt's Communic. tion to Congress. - He Gives thr flrtntrt AMenMon to thr Sabjecls of the Trusts nnil lb Tairlff Many Itccnmmeniliitltiiis Atone Various Line. Preslder.t Rnotvcir icrir..t ni-.r.ual inewnge to tlir KITty-stvcrth ecrcrcs i tintiMially brief for an ur.nual iirr-Miler.ll.il . menage The trusts nr.i! thr tariff are the two subject", to which t tie jtrcaltst niter. lion li bIvcii. Of the trut tl.r. prMtter.t says in part: "In my mej.ncp to the irre r.t constr-M nt Its dm Kirrion t :iruj--.t at ler.sth the nut'llcn of the nutrition nf il,o.c Imr torioratlnr., common!) c'olr.u nr. In terstate buslnc, ofler with jom ten. tler.cy to moiio:o',y. wi.if.i, mv. popularly known as trusts. Tlr experience of th l'al )rar has tiniih.irlztt, In tnv opln Inn, the desirability of the Mfi. 1 then rrnpojciJ. A fur.d.imtr.tnl rcfiil!te of soi'lal fllcler,cy I. a hlh siai.dnrd of Individual fncrsv nr.il vxrollentr: Imt this I- fr. no wife lr.cor.slsltnt wl'.h pow 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. — 6 December 1902

ft Ft tr. ft I tew BCOTT COUNTY KICKER alm4 M tfe. Molnli BmtoMo..oa fTtknaty 14. MM, MMooaLlM aU attar. Published nt Benton, Mo., every SATURDAY BY Pint. A. HAFMKR. ornotAL pafbr or SCOTT COUNTY Bubscflptloti, 11.00 Per Year. - DIRECT LEGISLATION. In the Democratic platform is a clank pledging direct legislation for Missouri, while the Kkkekm con vinced that the plank wns only In- serted to catch Totes, yet we hope to jwe every citixen aud every news paper, no matter of what political faith, nrge upon the legislature the necessity ot such au nmeudment to our constitution. Direct legislation means the rule of the people. It means that the people can, by petition, demand the enact ment cf any law they desire, and it also means that they can, by their votes, reject any objectionable law. It means the elimination of the lobbyist from the legislative halls, Business interests are not going to pay large sums of money to have certain measures enacted into law when they know that the peopl...

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. — 13 December 1902

V I MCflBiliaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal SCO COUN mcnER. Vol.2 BENTON, M0.f DECEMBER 13, 1902. No. 5 PHIL. HAFNER'S STUMP SPEECH TO THE DEANVILLE NATIVES. The report of tlio "spotter" who had been sent to theBcnnvllle hcIioo! house evidently alarmed tins poli ticians niul tho next issue of llieir organ contiitiiud tlio following: "Phil Hufner made a scecli to tlio Bennville natives Tuesday night, in which he abused nnd vilified our best citizens. When n tntiii slanders tlio men whom the people have elected to office he reflects upon the Intellig ence of the people, and, in effect, blunder the people themselves. It Is Hiiid tliut the good people of Beau ville were much displeased with Hnf tier's tirade nnd Hint tunny loft the room in disgust shortly after lie began. Hnfner in u demagogue, nnd ; Mm runt lags nre founded on spite nnd the soreness of n defented cnndl date. The farmers of the Beuuvllle settlement are intelligent nnd thrifty uud will not he deceived by a iiiiiu who underestimates ...

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. — 13 December 1902

ml lit. Scott County ttkhr, a 1902 DECEMBER. 1902? tmtfit SVfvW, I Inn. 101. run. lii'iil I TO. mi nt. 3 4 10, 11 1 121 131 16,17,18 19 20 ' a 21 22 1 23 24 25 ! 26 1 27 8 ...a 28 29 ! ... 30 31 I ill TOPICS OF THE DAT. Footbitll m the l.aad. Football sensou wwf Klllfil, 14; tunluiei nml hurt, IK). Deer-shooting enson score: Fourteen liunten killed, tt hurt. Thin leaven football Mill considerable of a lead. One Per Cent. Ctirlstlsma. tt Ik estimated thut one In every 100 of the Inhabitants of India pro fesses the Chrislnn religion. The re ligions census of India shows a totul Christian population of 2.u:i2.3lS. Too Much Kxerelse. The United States civil service Commission will endeavor to convince the letter carriers that they get enough exercise by carrying letters nnd arc not benefited by pernicious political netlUty. IViiidtms f OrMer ftlirlje. In Manila most of the houe nnd nlllces lime tiny window panes mads of translucent oyster shell Instead nf plass. An avernjre window six l...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
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