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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 9 November 1901

m i. Hi ts to foiling Ithout trttive m th ; more y are Ids, In Into o and l al h the or of recd Iambi ange-tistra-i of is about j, and i cndl n It la f WINTER. - . variety of food Be Well Me wlgm House la f Which tl Lite. Beat la order to do' well In winter need good quarters and a great deal of care. Their fondness for bugs and worms Is not an unnatural Jtaste, the animal matter thus secured sup plying a most, important element in their food.' Indeed, It is largely be cause they cannot procure this food in cold weather that they so often cense to lay eggs; hence the impor tance of feeding cut bone, for grcea cut bona supplies this needed elf i Mr fpmu. being tween if two iT fas of an el end " -lie WARM HOL'SE FOR WINTETf I ment, and that at n less expense than grain can bo fed. drain should not he omitted, how ever, and if one can procure some , unthrashed wheat, barley, oats and I rye, it will greatly repay him to mix ! and tic them in bundles and oeea ! slonalty glu one to the he...

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 November 1901

Misso: U W wi JK" not qeecrvo it, e4. v'urW.M to withhold that: . ' i asee I founded the Newsboy. "pitathottrnftlWlciWdMklnr CMiiWIt. in 'time, yon Ind your auty support. In Scott County V 1 r - wwaT iaj jvui iiniwuv vaitci r yet fmih in your memoir. Because I could not be manipulated asltl ' the custom to "manipulate" some Democratic newspapers In this State, certain politicians thought it a good Investment to furnlshthemoney with which, tp buy my paper but I did not know at that time that I was being bought out in order to be gotten rid of. Those in this county who haye known me longest, know that I hare leen a Democrat from boyhood. To Ira a Democrat is to be with the peo ple. It has always been my custom to criticise the questionable conduct of a Democratic official as quickly as the questionable conduct of an offl clal of anv other nnrty. Por this reason the "regulars," who believe that a crime committed in the name of Democracy should be applauded anddefended by the faithful, ...

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 November 1901

V6M. A iJ MI'S ft Httd of th Sc;qu tion thinks th Monty :uu o ta? a- Ho ttyt that Monty Kult and wlH'Continu to Ride, nd to Keep Harping on Viivtna to again invita ootaat. Mr. Bryan's Commoner, doctor?" "No. 1 don't." "Well, you ought to. Mr. Bryan soys tlint n question in never sett lei I Dr. T. F. Fraser, chairman of the Scott county Democratic central com mittee, was among the ''pilgrims" who visited the tomb oi Thomas Jefferson, at Montpcello, last October, wider the auspices of the Jefferson Club, of St. Louis. Shortly after his return, and during the session of the circuit court in Benton, the editor expressed himself to the chairman thusly; "Doctor, I believe I am a Demo crat. I am a believer in the Chicago platform of 1800, the Kansas City platform of 100Q, and a follower of Mr. Bryan, but I will have to draw the line at the Missouri Democracy, us now organized." ' The doctor hesitated a moment and then replied: "Well, the Missouri Democracy Is the very best Demur raey on ea...

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 November 1901

WEE AY. t.11. n.it the recording New York retvnt nlcipallty an aver-to. ed br the Bra. die sea takes from for .1 livelihood Is -nti-il In tlie an the risking season the single port of he liven of no less oft fishermen. Power of Law. ' auction of the legal 'in, a Connect ten nre not n nre in ,o, but no from ex i the point at two lad ey. s e jlre. they t Trnclt. land vail, lew I've to '''he line t '. to "lea. cflj-- xaifj-Ut t a eune. for ns the longest In North Amor, vie 1 only one rtant fact. "ro In if. Hat th' ni 'inn lian lort the K in,-A ami lias incrcuseu i.y a alhc foreign white clenV 32, 4 Greater 2lew York's . Hull. , From n comparison made bjlhe New York Sun, It appears that ti e talaries of otllclals receding Sl.Of.f vand upwards per annum In New Yorl! amount to more than the total paid Mi.v tho United States government to all its Chilian, naval and military ofll clnls receiving the same grade of pay, How top-heavy the New York lit i is proved by tho fact that while there n...

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 November 1901

Fcsr fcf ta-.iif ; ml the Wi Jbwjr.":'.- per. of Wlbaer. toB,M:fciMttr;- tr, rearetat aBetow, an wu tot. rbo" la Jaet leaylag urch where' ha has a quarter of a can iking a collection of aort of farewell vol 1, who wu dismissed erman department of :y without a hearing, d by Preildent Eliot Imllar department at iy, now of Kranatoa, on connected with iii In weat China for been retired with yd of managers of I'adlng member of ' In New South the Lyceum .theater street, Sydney, and roperty, for about s to hand the whole Central Methodlat ikron, 0., known aa will build In thj the moat beautiful wintry. It la to ba f the Madeleine In SSOO.OOo. Aa In the be no windowa d through a ayatem lzle, who la labor the Presbyterian to have the Prot each large city ae nate to the labor t a member of the en the freedom of Inge. In this way o bridge the chasm r.ilzatlons and the THE TOTS. icre little boys who "Yes, In be J to be the safest :o It now!" said a Sunday csslng a new pupil "that you have 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. — 16 November 1901

fCOTT COUNTY KICKER. d kt Ik Mat oflta 1m IniM. Mo.. ta ranrjr 14. IMC. a Mtoid-dMt mill mttT A. HArxKR. : Publisher. script-ion, 1:00 Per Year. FROM ORAN. AROUND BENTON. - The voter Here have been dlscuss ing (he question of Comity School Supervision. There seems to be a division of sentiment over the mat ter. Some hold that it means better schools in the country district, while others oppose it on account 01 tne expense that it would incur, ina superintendent wouiu receive iwcom- (wnsation from Q(Hi to ilK) per venr nnd the further expense would Iweiituiled upon the county of pro viding u suitable room properly fur nished wliereln all record, hook?. Fapers and furniture shall lie kept, freely admit that 1 am not fully advised or posted in regard to the law or the advantages to be derived bv its adoption. But it does seem to me that many of the objection that are made to the present system, is traceable to the school -official themelve and that many of the mistake tlmt now occur, n...

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. — 30 November 1901

7 SCOTT VoKK BENTON, MO., NOVEMBER 30, 1901. No. 3. Seibert Severely Criticised. 0 Chairman Glenn, of the Pike Coiinty Democratic Committee, talks Plain to the big Political Bom -O r-rrtf t)ave Ball, Candidate fof the Democratic Nomina tlon for Governor last Year says Democrats Outside thd Select Set Cannot be heard thro1 the Republic I started the agitation in tavdfc of n primary. Dockery and tlie Republic were in favor of a primary until tliey lenrood I wns, una both then turned tall on the tirbpositldh and have been .agirutist It em since. Tliegitng in cilia siatoiairaii 01 me people, elm they Would not opposes primary so hart). And well they may be, be cause the people are becoming aw fully tired. The St. Louis Republic refused to let any one be heard who is 'displeased with the way. a few men ajfe rflhhltlff things, and diaries that all such are not Democrats, but there nre many of them nevertheless, mid they will make themselves henrd. Nearly every member of the state committe...

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. — 30 November 1901

Sits A. HAwm, F-.W1, aw. .JON. a f , MlggQUBl. TOKCS OF Til DAT. St Yet AeellssateC Agutaaldo, hating heard of Its rlt. luc, was going to try a habeas corpus, . nvernment decided thnt a ecUmated in the Philippines, Overwork!; GmsI ftatura. The treasurer nf n. ha nvn1Mt ..aJ&aai who turned the funds of the society LATEST NEWS FBOM MISSOURI. rniiiiiiiiiiiinininnuiirinnnnnnnvinnnnmiiiiiiiunnn Tm Me a Noble Straotare. A photograph of the prospective Missouri building at the St. Louis world's fnir hns been taken, showing tne setting on the folr grounds, where wm comtnnnd attention from ev erjr point of view. The building which hns been selected for the purpose of making it lasting exhibit of Missouri's building resources Is to bo n noble structure, mmle of irrntilte In the niHln, but oontnlnlng us n part of Its " n",h.nPg bWlrtBriii?W "-trtai; for vvhio. Mrt trouble b a MmSnr subTrln .oi' M,,U',, ',hp ,nw nnAw M We're a wondoWul " Whlnl and ?""Mn glu-. It power ffood-nntur-a peoi lie...

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. — 30 November 1901

1,1 IMFLUENCE OF BLOOD. Jfor Qaalltles In Cattle, aa Wall M .(oil One, Mar He laharltei and rerpetaaleri. Heredity Is the transmission of char acter from parent to offspring. This transmission may be either beneficial ur detrimental to '.he breeder. A poor quality, ns well as a good one, may be Inherited. It Is by being able to con trol this law of heredity no that only the good qualities arc transmitted that success Is attained, says II. C. Price, In National Stockman. Heredity is the corner stone of stock breeding. Experience teaches every breeder to BHORTllORN Ut.'M. ST. VALENTIN. Judge the future by the past, or the coming offspring by Its progenitors. The breeder knotys what to expect and feels sure that the young will possess sonic of the characteristics of their parents. A very good example of this estab lishment of a t,pe In recent years Is to be found lu the pure-bred strain of Pollnl Durham cattle. The subject of originating a breed of polled short- hbrns uas agitated IS o...

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. — 30 November 1901

-iV IX arc kWisitl'ttM ?Y KICKER t'lmt.ninxR. .X0W4. fATOK or SCOTT CX5E7TTY. KNTXRieO AS BRfOXI) CLASS MAYTEtl at Bkxtos, Mo. bis! " WHEN WILL IT COME? When Trill tho time come when the twoplewill seleet the cnndldute to tdorn the party ticket? Under e tlng condition the rank Middle of either party hnvo little or nothing to ny until after tho nominating t (inventions, nud thfii they nre told to support tlw ticket mid "vote 'er Ktrnlght." Wlwn a president, State ffinror other high official Is to bn licted. tho men who nre nftcr special privileges get together nnd agree on i mnii who will bent nerve their in teivsts. .Then metropolitan orjnms of the special Interests begin to boom the selected one and always express grave Tears that he may not bo will, big to make the sacrifice of entering the raw. Politician) of the higher order correspond with the local poli ticians of the counties and in u little :hll the "favorite nm" 1ms men of influence advocating his claims in fvory county aii...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 7 December 1901

SCOTT COUNTY IilCKER. SA CO. SENTONt MO. DECEMBER 7, 1901. No. 4. 7? Cook on the Witness Stand Ex-Chairman Admits that Corpora tion "Attorneys" Contributed liber ally to the Democratic Committee. Iii It Unit Issue tl Kicker told It renders of tho very serious charge tnndo by Clmlrninn Cnrdwelt, erf the Jackson Democratic Club, Kunsns City, thnt tlie DmocrnticBtatoGom tntttee giinrnntced to certain corpor ntkms legislative protection In ex change for cumpntgti boodle. Mnt tent gut bo worm for the rlngsters that something hnd to be done, nnd ex-Chnirmuti Bam D. Cook wrote n letter to tlie ltepubllc In which he wild nil sorts ot bud thing nbnut Mr. Cnrdwell. It neenw tn bo the policy of the 8tnte House Dynnsty to try to Justify It own wrongs by pointing out thnt "thorenreothers." lint Cook has been faring badly of late. Every time Ira iipens hi month he put IiIh foot In It. And it wan ho when ho attacked Mr.Cnrd well. Because the Republic publish ed Mr. Cook' letter Mr. Cnrdwell huM br...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 7 December 1901

Wf"" VaVaexoxom V - , ' v " " K i ajar II m am mm am mm las' BBS m m imorslt." r.Tr LwiillM4BTi7HkunHrWi. iW" nn, lWBIIintT. H IB B .111 I ".VJl wiinignBlllprMBIBtti I (WOttlfl jrva. t. . MIBBOUHI. I S------VM-.-BJB-av--, 1901 DECEMBER. 1901 mm J; m. tn. tm wn. nt. ru. ut. I 22 23 24 25 6 27 28 129 30 31 $ 1 X TOPICS OF THE DAY. Sends His First Annual Message to the Senate and House of Representatives MAKES RE8C?!?::i)ATI0NS ON IBPGBTUT QUESTIONS. The Wickedest Spot nn Earth. A New York nrvnclwH- lust Sunday tit-voted Ills sermon to "the wii-liiile.it block In the world." H N 011 Stanton lreet, In that city, and consists of seven houses. i-onfiiiniiitr 1,000 fit milieu Eu!ogl:et the Late President McKlnley And Advocates Stem Measure! for Anarchists-Proposes Trust Legislation Along the Lines oi Publicity-Favors Government Construction of Irrigation Works Urges Construction of Isthmian Canal and Laying of Pa cific Cable Asks Legislation for the Colonies and Reciprocity for Cuba Would ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 7 December 1901

-at.,"- A 'SBC ia i -tt ) f 4- AS W1AT A L1ADIK0 AOHICtJLT. U2UST SAYS OF WUT BRK CAMADA. - fref. Tfceaaaa Maw at Mlaaeeeta Vsi.Tore.tr SItm m tatslMee Oalalaa, J In letter to "the Fartner,"iU. Paul, dated Sept. 1st. 1001, Prof. Thomas ktRhaw, of the Minnesota State Univer sity, hns the following 'to any, after having ninde a trip through Westers Canndat The cnpabtlltlea of the immense area known as Western Canada arc but little understood on thlssldeof the II nr. Our people are apt to look upon H ns a region of frost and snow, a coun try In which but small' portion of the land relatively will ercr be tillable licratiKe of the rigors of the climate. True, the climate Is .cold in winter, hut Western Canada has, nevertheless, just that sort of climate which makes It the most reliable wheat producing country In all the continent. AN IMHBKSD AKBAJ Western Canada la npl only an Ira tnense nrcn, but the. same description will apply to those portions of the country that nrr. capable of bei...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 7 December 1901

u-wu l'UBtWHKR. SCOTT COUNTY. kxnneu am mccomd clam mattbh at Dkiitos, Mo. ' HEAL FICTION. If the- tnx pimu of MIkkoui-I wnnt to mid onu tvnl fiction Moiucthhtir thai wilt nwko their linlr tiiiiil on wnl thoy should uvt a copy of the lint tutc platform of the Miwourl IVinoerncy und comp.mi tho tleclnr uttoiiii nuil prouitxes with iicluuliv wilt. Flint mid tlm platform, mid REVIEW OF LEUUSLAT10N. Lust June- LltnuVttov. Leo puMlnh cd n synopsis of tho cmictmentH of the hint loKMlntntv. Ho tried to ntuke it nppeur us if the legbhtturu luul ucvomplkhed something, but beyond the arbitration net there I nothing1 worthy of montlon except the lncreiuod tuxutlon saddled upon tin? people, Thi fitt mutter mentioned in the nontenant governor's "nynopals'' In tho Taxation of FrutichixcM, which law Mr. 10 declare to Iw "strong: mid explicit, authorizing nnd reipilr- ituj the xtntc board of equalization toiisae tho Intangible wealth or franchise values of ipumi public cor porutiotw." "Tlii Inw," M...

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. — 7 December 1901

'TUiMMMMiillll I I .WM'M HtMfMtnw iq ui mi 1 II I rti . iH M I Ithoat Btttvnn ttsd itwrnsdysa well, -Th aRmta-lo by Mlss Lidu :S;''' i.naa of tfc vouwrlndle was n rfTirL.v.: at;... 'tii.T .,"' v vMi MMtaariNi bv aptitude Jof mind vniciir quaunea IT nature 'with-' thofc DUB MHUMH isM'iMafli tfism for that kind of work. .At the clone iA.efoK recitation theyernap. plau(lad,.showimr, UintV-tliefr effort ,Werapptwlritea .Theprciceed will be useo In bulldlhfc a brick church that tlie faithful meii rind iyomen niav havetimoru suitable pluco to worship, nnttj trust that e'er illicit h er twelve.;.montlfn passes they may see their proudest hopes, renllttd. TIipv nnirlit tit wbi One lod.v said to me. "We will work until Jesus comes." . y-- Tim store of Moore k Stnbblefleld ? wat broken open one iilght lost week nml hbont 1"0 worth of merchun- dise taken. .The entrance wan mucin i through the transom In the groceTy I department. The general belief here I . is that tho work was done by f "home ...

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. — 7 December 1901

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Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 14 December 1901

15 , 5r COUNTY IUCHXR. SAMPLE COPY. JV7 Vol. I. BENTON, MO., DECEMBER 14, N' The Third Amendment t How lie Tax-Dodgers, Aided by the Supreme Court and Jefferson City Ringsters Upset the Vef-dict of the Voters and Tax-Payer Perhaps no mom infamous con njilm'uy Is recorded tluui tlio coiihjiI racy of those In nutlinrity ut Jeffer son Olty against the hiiuiII jiroiierly owners of tin state. It would lie. ton junt to hold the suitrcnie court nloiie responsible for tlio nullification of the third constitutional amendment, for the reason thnt the whole iiro (willnjTH liullcati' that other hUth ofH.;!uls. ns well oh the capitalistic newspaper, wore Implicated. The third amendment would have proved of great relief to the man lu debt and nearly all of u are ia delit. It would have relieved a debtor from paying taxes on what he did not own. In other words, he would not have been compelled to pay taxes on projicrty in which he had only an equity of redemption. The man who holds the trust deed ...

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 December 1901

aBBaanneawiiawnswpai i' t,tawieawgBaL . mpomm j ' . www, 'mi TT;lgRWS7fflBiaE!g, 1 5 JaXKTOH, Anas, riMMit, "SSBBBBSSBBBSBBBSBBBBaBanBBl liiMoimt. MMOMMMMMIilMMIt lf01 DECEMBER; 90l ; ml tub. vm me, id. at ;;22 23 24 25 26 27 28 i i: 29 30 31 ;Z7:: :: j TOPICS OF TBI DAT. Chaaaeey's Responsibilities. Senator Depcw I trustee for es tates aggregating $200,000,000 In value, besides being a director in 70 differ ent firms and corporations. I latest News fltott Missouri. MIIIIMIIIIinHIIIIIWWIIWnWimWIIBI1HWIIWW"HHIIHHHHHniHWWIIWWHn ,l'ateteeed a tttotMfft Mtstery. The annual meeting of the Missouri Mates Historical society convened in Columbia Thursday. E. W. Stephens la president, An address of welcome waa delivered by President Jesse, of the state university, and response by Got. Dockery. Prof. E. M. Violet te, of the state normal school at Klrks vllle, read n paper on the "Early Set tlements in Missouri;" 11. K. ltobln son, editor of the Muryvillo Rcpubll can, on "Two Missouri Historia...

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