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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 4 March 1905

SICK HEADACHE CARTERS Poilttrelr canity taesa iitttit ruu TtierHMmtmSto trees from Djfpcpala, In digestion aad Tm Hearty nuugt Apmaetitm MjrtwDitilBtas. Kuaea. DromuMi Baa Tut la the Mouth, Coated T0Btaa.MalatMM4t. torpid uvn. n ngtfatotMBowtB. tuarVeftMN SMALL PILL SMALL NtE. SMALL PMGE CARTERS Smrint Must Bur Fao-Simila Signaturt REFUSE SUISTITUTES, WHERE WAR STILL RAGED. Something for the Correspondents to . So When Nations Were at Fence. ' .Even t tlie early dawn of Utopian clt liiir.it inn it bcianic evident that the era of imiturmil peace liml arrivcil, gays the Jjew orli Sun. The nation ditcovcred that the pleat gun h.ul hcen invented that would fcmi a projectile through anjr nniior. while, on the other hand, the nrinnr had luicn invented that would re ji.t the lit lack nf nnr pun. The submarine lio.it had liocn tented that would destroy miy liattlwhip, that in, it not caught hv the Miliin.iritie dcttuiycr, which in its turn might Miccumli to the submarine tie trnjeMlcliojcr....

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 March 1905

RCOTT COUNTY KICKER. latum) at the pt office In Benton, Mu., ou February 14, 1N3, na eec ond-claa. nmll mutter Phil. A. IIafkkr. : 1'nblieber. Subscription, $1.00 Per War. ANNOUM'KMB.NT 1 hereby utitHUitiutftiyiM'U u eiiurtWl.tte tor frolt County School I'ninmlcMinnrr, unb'.i't l tho will it the Tittcro uu , til . Tnu. A, Knn. FROM BENTON. Tbo opening of the ten Any sacri fice sale ut tiit Oraml Lcador, Wed nesday, surpassed nil expectation no far an the crowd was concerned. Early the people began to arrive in town and by 10 o'clock the teams that were hitched about the public quaro reminded one of circuit court week. The Morn wnn jammed nil day and the clerks could not wait on the trade. All of which aces to Drove that Benton ia one o! the best business .points in the county, and all that is needed is eomeDoay in it. Wednesday moralng John M. and fart. V. Banders of the Macedonia settlement were discovered driving Into town in a buggy. Ordinarily this would attract no attention, bu...

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 March 1905

Hssmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi .'vmmmmmftml SCOTT COUNTY RICHER Vol. 4. BENTON, MO., MARCH II, 1905. No. 15. THE POWER OP BOOZE. "I'romlnont citisens In our city um nfrald to allow their names to be us ed In our movement for decency, ho great la tho fear of the brewery trust. The brewers olect their own candid ates and rule the city completely,' said Father Coffee, of St. Louis, to the people of Chicago, last week. Dut one need not go to St. Louis to find "prominent citizens" who will refuso to allow the use of their names In a movement against King Aloo hoi. We haTO some very prominent men in Scott county men whp hare been advising the people for many or more yearn but you find them occupying the top of a telegraph pole lust now. The fence that they usually occupy in local disturbance that do not threaten the "party" or their graft isn't high enough. We liavo lawyers and politicians who volunteer a great deal of advice during political campaigns about the tariff, the trusts, imperialism. ...

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 March 1905

1m ft IS 1 1111- a V! 4 Scott County Kkker rut. a. uawx. MCXTON. A Japanm officer, Llaut. I. Tuton, hoi been received into the Jewish coa gresatlon Shnnithat. The morement In England for r storing the use of knee breeches Is maJtlng considerable progress. In Germany employers of labor art compelled to grant one hour's rest Is the middle of the day. Thre nro 44,000 hotels In the Unit ed States, representing on Invested capital of ever $C.00O,O0O.tXrt. Thest establishment employ 3,300,000 per sons. The so-called canals of Mars havt been reproduced by M. A. BaumBtin, of Zurich, the cracks and Assures ap penrlng In cylinders and spheres sub jected to great pressure. Miss Rosa Websted, now on exhibi tion In Cologne, Ocrmany. claims tha distinction of belns the tallest woman In the world. She Is over seven feet In height. She Is 24 years of age and well educated. The parasite enemy of the codling moth recently brought from Europe and now being experimented with la California, is thriving ...

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 March 1905

IL - J " ' ' III MkllMWlMHI II I i II 7 " " " 59 if DERANGEDKERVES DIBTBEMDjTQ TBOUBLEt LETT BY ST. VITTIB AHD Q1IP, Woman Assisted for Years hy gtrsnrr polls of Numbness and Weakus Beeerers Fcrfeet Health. When she was fourteen years old, Mrs, Ids L. Brown had St. Vitas' dance. Bhe finally got oror the most noticeable feature! of the strange ailment, but was till troubled by very uncomfortably sen ations, which she recently described as follows t "One hand, half of my faco, and Half of my tongue would get cold and nnmb. Theso feelings would come on, last for about ten minutes, and then go away, joveral times a day. Besides I would have palpitation of tbo heart, and my jtrouRth would get so low that I could anrdly breathe. As time went on these spell kept coming oftencr and growing worso. The numbness wonld sometimes extend over half my body." How did you get rid of themt" 1 "Itscemedfor n lougtimo ns if I never could get rlj of them. It was not until about sis years ago that I foun...

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. — 11 March 1905

tSSi? t ft ls IV flOOTT COUJITY KICKER. EaMlM .at kt Met ! Bto,Ma., rHnHrH,M,HINHMi BUI 1 CO matter Phil. A. Hafikx. : PvbUsher. Subscription, fl.00 Per Tear. AJMOCNCHMKNT. 1 hereby Hnnonamyee.i a candidate lor Scott County School Comtnlaeloner. eubfect to U will l the Totem on AprlM. Tacw. A. FoeTEB. INDUSTRIAL I'KIDE. Thoso encased in nil useful occupa tions naturally display pride nnd call attention to their liefc efforts. The nrtist in proud ol his picture. The farmer is proud of his crop or hi im proved stock. The wagonmuker is proud o( his wugon. The laborer is proud that h can shovel the most dirt. The housewife is proud of her buscuits or pone of breud. The car penter is proud of hit finished house, In abort, every person engaged in doimr uuy useful thing, point with pride to the finished product. But Did you ever boor of the seller of liquor pointing with pride to bin fin ihed product the drunkard? Proudly the shoo factory brand its shoos "Our Own Make." The wa gon factory,...

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. — 18 March 1905

SCOTT COUNTY HJCKE1. Vol. 4. BENTON, MO., MARCH 18, 1905. No. 16. XET Oil 1MIY, WHICH? As the Kickor Is being published tlio voters of the county tiro votiyjf "yes" and "no" on the question of whether or not the sale of int'oxicnt ing liquors hull be llconsed. The result is in doubt nud the wife ones hesitate to venture a prediction ns to the outcome. Indications aro that Sylvnnia township will vote wet by a small majority; lloreland and Tywupplty will go dry by small majorities; Richland and Commerce are in doubt; Sandyland and Money will go largely dry, and Kelso will go very largely wot. As the Kicker figures It, the vote ' outside of Knlso, Morley and Bandy land townshlws will be about a tand-off. Kelso township has near ly as many voters as llorley and Sandyland combined. Kelso is wot while Morley and Handyland are dry. As the Kicker sees it, the result de pends on which side can roll up the majority in these townships. The cumpaign has .been very quiet and the bad feeling that...

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. — 18 March 1905

eeBeeBeeBB amammfN? 'J 1 i? r ft BP ft Scott County Kicker Mt A. BAVXra, IMXQ1L J6 I L In general, good drainage Is seldom found in Cuban cities, except Santiago da Cuba. Magnetic iron saj,i baa recently been discovered on the south coast of nd it it reported to be very valuable. ) A Japanese porter In a San Francis co saloon had saved $39., Ho borrow cd $1 from the bartender and sent tha HO to Japan for the war fund. The race oX Todas. In Imlla. which practices polyandry (one wife having two or tr,ore husbands), which was 109,000 strong a century ago, has dwindled to 101 persons. ' In 1903 the enormous amount of 11, 000,000 bushels of American and Cana dian apples wa sold In the English market, and from present appear ances that record will bo nearly. If not quite, equaled from the crop of 1904. A positive cure for a setting; hen has at last been discovered by a young lady at Cartersvllle. Va. She puts her watch in the nest, and the wilt of the most determined hen succumb? to ter r...

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. — 18 March 1905

NERVOUS HEADACHE KAB5i..1r0TOa WOMAN HAP. MNE83 FORBEVEH YEARS. talrfrM With Iter Soel.t null, and Thrratcni.l to Conw Hrr Itotlra. nwiit-Uow She Was Cured, Every onflfcrer from nerrous hcadnclie known how completely it unfit oiiofot tho dutlos mid pleasures of life. Any little i excitement, or ovcr-excrtlon, or it rcRnlarity brings It on. Sometimes the pain is over tho wholo Lend. Awin it Is lileo n jmll driven into tbo brnln, or a WodRo flitting it open, or n hand tlirht. eiiliiff n1)out it. At ono tlmo it is nil in tho top of tho Lead, at another It is all tt tho huso of tho slenll. Most headaches can bo traced to some faulty Mate of tho blood. When tba Hood is scanty or charged with poison, and tho nerves mo imperfecta nourished mid tho digestion wenk, ono of tho com tnonrst results is frequent and sovcro headaches. Tho importnnt tbliiR is to got rid of tho olsensed condition of tho blood that causes tho attach by tho nso of a rcmcdv Hint will do tho work quickly mid thoroughly....

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. — 18 March 1905

Here rest thf State Senators who voted against the Repeal of the Breeders' Law, Cartoon by Courtesy ot the St. Louis Chronicle. ANSODNCKMENT I hereby r.r.uoaiicc tijiwll a candidate for Scott t'oonty .School Comniiwioser. ecbiwt to tbe will ot the voter, on ApiU t. Tho. A. VYitTiB. 1 hereby annaatioo wf candlJftcy (or School l.'onm!Mioner ot Scot: ilaatT.tnbkct to tbe mil f ttieajeopl on Apitl 4. W. W. UHAT. FRESH CR01' OF SUCKERS. The Kicker ha just discovered a fresh crop of sucker;! or, perhaps, it would be more proper to say that a life insurance agent discovered them OTer about the rienant Hill neighborhood. Tuesday the Kicker met a citizen of that settlement who produced a receipt lor a note no nan iven to a strnuger in payment of the tirst pre mium on a life iiiMiranee policy. He aid th- ayrent had represented that tie would pay about SOOO in twenty rears and could, at the ndof twenty years draw out over 700. Asked if he had received hi- policy said he had not. Asked if he ha...

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. — 25 March 1905

BF"a9avjJJJJjavjJJSBjrri. tffi SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 4. BENTON, MO., MARCH 25, 1905. No. 17. TIIK "WHTM" WIS. Voters Dcvlnfc In Favor f tin Licensed Hnloon. Not only did tlie county go wet by n handsome majority lust Friday, but. iih If to rub It In on the drys, It began to rain shortly niter the polls closed. Tlio election passed off quietly mid tin result was not surprising except In the henvy wot vote in Tywnpplty and Sylvnnlu townships. It was con ceded that the liquor forces would carry Sylvnnlu, but not by so large u mnjorlty. Tywapplty was count od on the dry side, but it went wet. It will be necessary for the citizen? of Tywnpplty to explain. They will not tolerate a saloon In their town ship, nnd yet they vote to hnve sa loons elsewhere in the county. When a nntlve from down there was asked for an explanation of the vote nt .Price's Landing he snld: "Well, we wnnt a dram when we get away from home." THK VOTK Precinct Denton Cnry New 1 li 1 1 1 1 tin Commerce ... . . Blo...

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. — 25 March 1905

few- Ft Ik I mi It waft Scott County KicRcr PSUL. A, BUrNKB, hHMM KXTOK. a i t iciMonu. Thioe new railroads will be built through the Pyrenees, to rnnnect the lines of Southern France with those of Northern Spain. Among the new taxes suttsostetl for Increasing the revenues of Sweden Is a levy upon nil concerts nml other en terUilnments by foreign artists. Some of the Herman health lnsur nnec companies have found It a pay Ing Investment to establish sanatoria for the catc if their consumptive policyholders. "A cemetery for boohs" is what a Kronen writer calls the National li brary In I'nrln, In which the hlotorjr of Krance alone Is represented by 000, 000 volumes. In St. Petersburg bite hours are tha rule. The principal streets are gener ally crowded nt 1 o'clock In the morn ing. Many of the theaters do not open before midnight. English railroad director give prizes to station-masters who Iteep the best cultivated flower beds at their re spective stations. Some of the gar dens thus m...

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. — 25 March 1905

What Ii ?usheck'-Kurof It ii n new temoily, compounded on na entirely new scientific basis, cnmfiinlns and hnrinnnlzitii the r-iirntivc principle ??. V.cJiftl 1,Vr,lici";'- There in nn nU Iiitcly fixed law of cure nn expcrlmcntinir. ftnttiro intended a cure for every ill. Thin JTut1?-? V""'"0" remedy j It Ik radically different from nnytliinc elo nnd never f2lL"J0ictK?ilhe ,li.ri;M for ,s'ifi' i i' Intended. Other medicine may have failed Euro '8 ntt r 11,0 rlg,,t cne-ta, MIT IT ttftf . Ml.tlM ... wi urn All wcakneM, nehes nnd pain. txWt Tnntism. Neiirajsin, Sciatica. Lnmliapo. all T)w,se m,.l Impurities of tlic Mood, N-rnfltln. KC7PIIH nn.l ..II Ml. .1 nnd clironic Cntijrrli-no matter wliere Incited or ivhicli f.r!iaii i nlTer-trd-ln-,. of nppetile. T)tit...i;l r liidiccllm. ells M.CH of the Kidney, or T.iver Irnnl.W Meakne or Mimisp. Heart i1ienc. etc I'lKlicck K-Ktirr. i tlie l.ct nll-mntid in viKoralrr. tonic and restorative in .e ivnrl.1 fur men. women and children, tl your iln...

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. — 25 March 1905

I feMto MMuatantll caadldate lor 8cott Mtr eMMot OoaaiatoMr, nbtet to th. will I tk. voter o April 4. rra. XTrmnM. eft 5ft IP it. v I kmby uiman ay candidacy tor Reboot OMMlMtoMr of Scott county, Hbrkt to lb will V . W. I t ta pioplt on April 4. . BRAY. VOTE FOR WM. W. MICHEM. KOIl SCHOOL . ... COMMISSIONER. I. Wm. W. Mitchell, hereby announce fnytelf candidate for School CotnnilMlonor of Scott County, To nure the Totcrath.it my nunlltlca. tlon ! imfllclent for the caret of the nHIe... I guota you a few word from one who known: State Normal School, Third Wetrlct. .... Cntw (llrardeau, Mo. Airll 1M. tiKJI. To whom It May Concern: Mr. W.W. Mitchell win. a ettnl. nt In the Nor mal School during the rewind hull nf the regular mMloa of lim.'-loiil in thin .Normal School nml alto for the tnelve week ilurlns M-e ummer chool i(l'.):l. He way n most excellent .indent it.net tnmldl tlon to doing excellent work In mime of the com mon brum hoe. he completed, ireilltntljr, more than a year n wor...

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. — 1 April 1905

4 P . . . ! COUNTY I1ICKER. Vol. 4. BENTON, MO., APRIL I, 1905. No. 18. THEY PROTEST. 20. New Hamburg, Mo. Mar Editor Kicker- Tho voters o! New Hamburg met today to protest against certain statements and reflections expressed or implied in the article commenting on the result of the late election, in your paper of last week. We owe It to ourgood mime to protest against them and demand their proper cor rection. We emphatically declare that no free beer bus been dispensed here. The liquor interests did not influence us in voting as wo did. Legally qualified voters only voted. Wo voted for the sale of intoxicat ing liquor because, in our opinion, the licensed saloon is tho lessor evil. Experience here and elsewnerc Iiiih shown to our sntisfaction that tho licensed saloon is preferablo to the evils connected with local option and prohibition. John Hnmtn, M. Dlrnbergor. W. V. Miller, N. Dannenmueller Peter Schoon, J. D. Legrand, Mike Glaus, Committee. Wehntheubova was received the Kicker...

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. — 1 April 1905

"TOT 8? it I 3 1 1' fly Kit. Scott O Kicker . ran. a. unn MNlUrt -ait ItiMOUaU. Tker are, on an average, S00 pls com officially kept In every dermal fortress. i The latest estimates of the wheat crop of Australia In 1904-5 are about 64.731,000 bushels, against 83,512.000 bushels In 1903-4. The Cuban sugar crop of lflo4 It stated, In a report from V. 8. Consul 'Jeneral Stelnhart, to be 1.033.708 tons, of a value of at least $50,000,000. Consumption of all sugir. foreign and domestic. In the United States for the year 1904, was 2,767.102 tons (2.240 pounds) and for the year 1904 was 2.549,643 tons (2,240 pounds). The people of Baltimore have been discussing a proposition to celebrntfl the rebuilding of the burnt district, some advocating a Jubilee next Sei tembcr, and others Insisting that it be postponed till next year. They have a queer way of holding auctions In Japan. The auctioiief-r puts up the object to be sold ami asl;s for bids. Each bidder then writes his highest bid on a pi...

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. — 1 April 1905

"83 Witt Art'a Assistance. t,!?e1'" Sklmmcrhorn took part (a V?H1ivB,,B theatricals ns a young gill. do It. W ,h0 l",d lhe ,"ce 't .5I.fti'!llriS,,euha,Jn't'-,,t.,00' her hdtf dX ?.nke her face fit the part.-Cb eago Tribune. A Boon to Humanity. The mind clear, the nerves steady and the overworked body strong by the won dcrful 'Tttshock's Kuro." It cures all diseases of the Wood and Xervcs, Itlieumntism, Scrofula, Catarrli, Lt haustion, I'ain, Weakness, Misuse, India BMtinii, etc. I'tishcck's Kuro accom plishes results that are not attempted by other medicines, 'lliere is nothing nke it nothing else ii even similar. WTien a crtnm cure such ns this is offered vou, there is no oxeme for experimenting will. ' oilier medicines. At most druggists for 91. or sent for this price by l)r, C. l'tuU tck, Chicago. The average man meets temptation bout three-fourths of the way. -Chicago News. ' aaialH ItCsres Colds, Coughs. Bore Threat, Croup. tnfl lou, Whooping Cough. Bronchitis lad Asi lima. A ...

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. — 1 April 1905

Tr' mi 1W we if IF Ft I. '8 MXMPT COUNTY KMKBR tg M.H hi BMto. Me., m ftwiMyH.Hfc,M nmiMm aall Matter Pbl. A. Hafker, : Publisher. bacripton, fl.00 Per Year. ANNOn.tCXMGNT. t fcaMaktlV AltlinMttMMki( as. .oJl.l.i. CnHtj School CommfMlOMr, titiW't to tb will i Tuwn ub April I HP. A. r OlTEB, t htrvhjr iiimounw m.v miidU.ft.y fur School -flAB,.W; Mlr'II. hwliy iiiiiin.ltio- invsclf candidate for School (-(tiiiiilKi.uii-r ot Scott ?.' Ti' tll'"''n "'at Nivquntlnvif tlon Is euthVleut for tlic of the mile. 1 ltitt yoo n te words from imr hn kune: State Normal School. Third District. ivk ,'".' iilriirdeim, Mil. April I;!, IWt. 1" nhoni It Mnv Comrrn: M?ipi!f" V1x"' '"-l' wo ii Rtu.lrit In the Nor- taal School ilurlnc the swond half of th regular sassloii of .MMi:i In tfiU Normal Nihonl I and School d!I! " " ,b" "'B,m,'r tlon to doing exivllput work In some of the coni. H'i- 5rn5- foPltl. trcditnbly. more oyenr In Ancient Uittor.r n:i.l l'liv-lenl Oeosra- It tire nu- rlmnn to lomtncnd Mr. ...

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. — 8 April 1905

hi' SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. S3 Vol. 4. BENTON, MOh APRIL 8, 1905. No. 19. WHO'S BEEN SUCIUNG EGGS? o - The IlicKer Stumbles Into a Pile of Carelessly Hidden "Shells" Over at the Court House Tho Kicker had hoped for a breathing spell. This continuous kicking is straining on the nerves, Satan may believe thut I enjoy And' lug fault with thorn entrusted with public attaint, but this in not true. It would be far more pleasant if the iocts Justiled me In speaking well of all public servants, but when their own records condemn them I fed it my duty to lot the people know of it. The ruling powers of Scott county ro no better nor worse than the ruling power elsewhere. It is ho everywhere and that is what's the mutter with our government today. It is the purpose of this article to show why conservative people are turning against the saloon. I will show how closely the political sa loon and the ruling powers are allied. By the "ruling powers" is meant the county court, composed of three judges, ...

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. — 8 April 1905

I J l.E' KB a i ft i Scott County KkKer rate. a. uirni. rmWkm ENTOtt. i I aUMOUtU. ' A Japanese bride gives nor wedding presents to her parents, as a sllebt recompense for the trouble they have had in rearing her. The longest lighting conductor In the world Is on the I.ugspltc weather Btatlon, In Bavaria. It runs down thu mountain side for three and a half miles to a lake. Tobacco teed valued at $3,112 was exported to the United States from Cuba during the year 1904, as shown In a recent report from Consul-General Stclnhart at Havana. Gen. Greely, chief signal officer. U. 3. A., will convert tho Omaha (Neb.) barracks Into a signal corps post, where experiments will be made with airships and dirigible balloons. Tho French government has be stowed tho decoration Paltnea Acadcnv lques on Miss Frances Johnston, of Washington, D. C. Uut one other American woman has been honored In this way. Several uranium minerals have shown radium directly proportioned In quan tity to the amount of ura...

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