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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 24 November 1906

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Fbl. A. HAntSB. : Publisher. Subscription, per Year, $1.00 Cash BlUtd mt tbo pmtofllotla Benton, Mo., on Ptbnur 14, 1N1, u Mcond-claM mall matur TEACHER'S MEETING. On Thursday, Friday and Satur day ot last week the school teachers of the county held their meeting here. ! It was the Kicker intention to have u reporter present, and while arrang ing for this J .was informed that n reporter had been uppoiuted for each paper in the county and that the proceedings .wonld ;be furnished. 1 thought this very kind of the teach era, as I wa,s very busy ut the time. THE BOOTMBAIT. G. W. Ray was truck, by the beam of a toll gate on the Cape and Scott county gravel road and died at the hospital at the Cape Monday. He was returning to Illmo with a load of hay on which he was seated. In driving under the gate his head struck the iron pole and he fell to the ground. AtJJu 'shindig near ' Kennett Dell Nelson, aged L'O, wasehot'and killed by C"has. M. Miller, aged 18, last week. T...

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 December 1906

SCOTT COUNTY IUCKER. VOL. 6 BENTON, MO. DfiCEEMBER I, 1906. NO. 3 SOMETHING ABOUT NEW ZEALAND. A Government that Cares Most for the Least Fortunate.No Millionaires and Consquently no Tramps and Paupers. --Labor People in Control. Clmrlo Kilnnrd lltimHI In Kwr.vlinil.v'ii Mniriirlnn, N, Y. While nil the rest of thu world re sounds with tho clamor of conflict, New Zealand is the one country that has achieved pence. Klsewhere society is disturbed from time to time with strikes, lockouts, ten been furthered from the most un couth mid least promising sources when the school and learned writers advanced it not an inch. To make1 tliis particular instance even stran ger, the strike that dimmed! New labor wars, long and costly interrup-, Zealand's destiny was sympathetic tionsof industry, street riots, ami In July, JS!Mi, the tneritiinc iiidu sinister outbreaks of violence. Here i tries of Australia had suffered a is a country without strikes, without great ami historical strike for a re lab...

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 December 1906

if If; WW)' Eft h P it w. 4 i ' IS hi is I I vr r 8 1 f3& BY v Scott County Kicker. PHIL. A. HAPNSR, Publisher. BENTON. MlSSOtiP The greatest successes tre often founded on failure. A He la the acute form and hypoc risy the chronic form of the same disease. Some preachers make the Scripture read: "Make your calling and collec tion sure." A man may not acquire wealth by early rising, but he can give a good Imitation of Industry by so doing. At Panama the earth to be exen vntcd for tho canal Is estimated at 120.000.000 cubic yards. Now let Uncle Sam witch the world In digging dirt. In the controversies of the future It will be well for the powers to remem ber that the steel for the Italian war ships was furnished by an American Institution. The Japanese roll of honor contains the names of 56,426 fighters who won distinction in the war with Russia. With half a million heroes on hand it's no wonder that Japan isn't afraid to talk back to Uncle Sam. Italians have erected in New York ...

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 December 1906

act, mi Y - ..i m Lavender Creitfiton's Lovers By OLIVIA B. 5TROHM (Ceprrlihl, 1903, bjoiWt B. Siroha). CHAPTEIl XVI.-Cosiisukd. Before Gerald could speak the haughty dental, his companion added: "Then Ince you did not, Mr. Wlnslow must have. The old man's blood Is on his head. This, and his presence in tho forest, for which he could not, prob ably, give a satisfactory reason surely al! this Is condemnation enough? Ono other love affair, more or less what does it matter? And you it would distress your sister to know you were mixed up in this murder" Gerald winced at the ugly word. "And you would much prefer not to be known In it." "But Mr. Wlnslow-he wlli explain ome day?" "Some day, perhaps," Oonzaga re plied. "For tho present" There was artful suggestion in the unfinished sen tence, In the Insinuating smile, the lift ed brows which, even in the darkness, was not lost upon Oerald. He hesi tated, then, without reply, walked slow ly toward the inn. The Spaniard followed in satisfied ...

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 December 1906

8C0TT COUNTY KICKER. Happenings in and Around Oran. As the year is drawing to n close n i Dtm 1 tl.. ....... D..t.lt.t "'"' """r. , A the yulp u drawltlIj t0 doe N.ovep ,vllin recollt,ctinn ; ,,c Subscription, per Your, 1.00 Cgnh 1 """ttmtr.v of the urowth of the town ohle-it inhabitant! have hp lmil with t . t i --.-.- .: would not he amiss. The whole , u. so many people that, were so well rVb.Vu number of buildings erected during , M'MilIn the 1 ,w. that were able to . .... r . nit? pre-ent year iIoim not exceed interpret' AtjntTvn m-wTn.. 1 1 lioi; of tlie year nrevioun. yet while could .... .v,.,. . t UI.-4 it tlit- can, the buildings that Vincent and Thomas Duvall te- '"'ve been put up have been on a turned Monday from IVrrvvlllo. where ' nunv fltantial ha-i. and exceed in they were called bv telegraph tube thie of any ornter year. The l.re.ntatthe funeral .of their oi.lv , "tnietuies th it stood .-omui.y hister, Mrs. .lo-ephine Jarvaux, win. 'vnv " V,111" " 'M ,U1,I1 w,'rP .1l...

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 December 1906

IS is i is i ' I 1 y SCOTT COUNTY RICHER. VOL. 6 , BENTON, MO. DECBEMBER 8, 1906. NO. 4 Closing ! We have decided to quit the Ready-Made Clothing business entirely and add a New Line of merchandise to our immense stock of Dry Qoods arid Shoes, and in order to make room and get ready for this new enterprise by January 1, we are going to offer our entire line of Cloth ing, consisting of mens' and boys' Fine Suits, Coats, Vests, Overcoats and 1,000 pairs Pants. All of the very best quality and finely tailored. This will be the GREATEST SACRIFICE SALE OF UP-TO-DATE SEASONABLE CLOTHING EVER INAUGURATED IN SCOTT COUNTY. THIS GREAT SALE POSITIVELY BEGINS O.N M. Winer's Bargain Store A IV In theCooksey Brick, and will last until every garment is closed out, for we not only need the ready cash, but must have the room for the vf Iv"! m New Line we will put in. Don't forget the place and date--M. Winer, Oran, Saturday, December 8. In addition to Clothing we carry a full line of up-to-date merc...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 8 December 1906

Scott County Kicker. PHIL. A. HAPNER, Publisher. BENTON, t t M18SOTtP Joy Is gold picked up In the path of helpfulness. Where might teems to make right It It hut making ruin. In the museum of the Louvre, Paris, Is a pearl necklace belonging to the Thlert family. The necklace was once worth $1,250,000, but the pearls are dying, and In a few years they will be worthless. Readers who remember that the au thor of "The Count of Monte Crlsto" had a son us distinguished in litera ture as he was will appreciate the joke of a French Journalist. He puts the whimsical question whether there It to be a younger Duma In Russia to Inherit the genius of the elder Duma. One of the troubles of the hard wood buyer In Dominique Is that some times he has to watt three years for a freshet to float his logs. Another It that when a disturbance Is going on In the district his laborers are likely to leave him till it is over, to avoid being Impressed, either' in the govern ment or revolutionists' ranks. J. P...

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. — 8 December 1906

1 f. Km Lavender Creitfhton's Lovers By OLIVIA B. STROHM (Oprrtikt, im, kr OlIHa B. BtrokaV CHATTER XVIL CoiraniOKB. "Wlnslow," Oonsaga started vio leatly aa realised her mistake. The halo of which the had spoken was aa obtleal delusion commcm to the fever, tad ao blinding aa to account for her error weak, too, and ill ai the was. Aaothtr trick ot fate to aid him. Bla quick wit aaw the poiilble advan- Use for him in the Tole of tht favored Wlnilow. And Lavender had not heard her mother's wordi; tht need not know that ho apokt In other char acter. Louder this time, and for tht bant It of the listening girl, he laid: "Per. apt my halo It brlghteit becauaa bring good newt. We are trying to arrange for your return home; do you want to got" The thin face, outlined In perfect profile agtlnat the pillow, relaxed la a tmtlt of Infantine aweetnen; the eyet glowed with etgerneia aa though be hind each a tiny creitet burned. But the spark want out, at, quick upon the heels of delight, came the...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 8 December 1906

J K .i V PS 1 ff -A r , SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Pel. A. HArirai. : Publisher. Subscription, per Year, f 1.00 Cash Batorwd at til put offlca !m BtatoB, Mo rtbraary 14, net, m Mcosd-ciaaa oa nail matter mi- mil FROM ORAN. "Hell-Where and What is It" was the subject ol Rev. Whitnell's dis course Sunday nijrht. He discoursed on the assumption that ail present were Bible readers and believed in the Bible and if in the Bible then they be lieved in hell because it is a Bible doc trine. After showing what the He brew word in the Old Testament and (Ireek word in the New Testament trom which heil is derived meant, lie weut on to show by Scripture and il lustration that hell is a state or con dition of the individual: that each individual in this world begins their own hell or heaven while character is beinir formed. He took the position HOW IT KILLED THE TOWN. Last January the Benton saloon closed its doors perhaps for keeps. The dire predictions thnt were then made by some evidently sincere cit...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 15 December 1906

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VOL. 6 BENTON, MO. DBCEEMBBR 15, 1906. NO. 5 SOMETHING ABOUT NEW ZEALAND. A Government that Cares Most for the Least Portunate.--No Millionaires and Consquently no Tramps and Paupers. --Labor People in Control. VlmrlM Kilwnnl Kumifll In Krr.lcIj- MKlnr, N. Y. Reform proceeded next, with a land tax graduated to an ascend ing scale, to discourage laud-grabbing and land speculation, so that the more laud a man owns the higher is the tax-rate upon it. Thus for farms of ordinary size the rate is two cents in every $5 of assessed valuation; but on es tates of more than ?'i5,000 the rate increases in regular ratio to the maximum of six cents for ev ery ?. lixeept lor absentee ov'm.rs. They must pay fifty per ecu' more than residents. You can see that in New Zealand the chance for tine old families and lauded t.eii- .'.rv is slim No doubt the theoi v of these things is extremely reprehensible, luit the practice is excellent. What with seizing the big estates and what wi...

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 December 1906

jyScott County Kicker. PHIL. A. HAPNER, Publisher. If MCNTON, I UISSOU1! He who cannot dream cannot do. Faith la ever prophetic of (acta. Pain ! the price of all deep pleas Ira. Hi - The church servico that drags will aot draw men. 80 many rebatcrs are being Indicted that In railroad circles nobody's any body any longer unless he la out on bond. "1 practice what I preach," says An drew Carnegie. "When I write 'enough' I spell it o-n-u-f." Oh, Andrew, that Is aot enough! That's too much. Having been within 200 miles of th North Pole, says the Utoomington Pan tagraph, Lieut. Peary Is able to bear testimony that none of the weather reports from that locality has not been at all exaggerated. HE IS GUILTY op MUROM or his sweet- HEART, GRACE MOWN, AT IQ MOOSE LAKE. GILLETTE JURY VERDICT The Prisoner Showtd No Emotion When ths Foreman Read the Result How the Jury Stood. There were 3.SSS foreigners among the 44,942 students registered at Ger man universities last summer. The German students...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 15 December 1906

IS-v THE KICKER. Supplement December l", MOD AROUND BENTON. Tbe entertainment at the court house Thursday evening of Inst week, for the benefit of the Catholic con gregation, was a decided success. A surprise was sprung on the people by the unexpected npitenruiue of the Benton bruss band at the opening, Mini the people are further surprised at the progress the bund has made. The entertainment lasted more than two hours and the children were well trained and all present seemed to en Joy the antics of the juvenile actors. The court house was crowded everv iut being occupied and many stand ing. The gross receipts were 9"o.:!0. i'ucle Wm. Duugherty. of Com merce township, ana his son, Hubert, were litre Tuesday. Mr. Daugherty called the Kicker's attention to it that in the article of last week refer FtlOM ORAX. Sunday night the pastor, Itcv. H. W. Whltnell, delivered a lecture be fore one of the largest audiences ever assembled ut the Methodist Church. His subject being "The Humnu Soul....

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 December 1906

i Lavender Creitfhton's Lovers By OLIVIA B. iTROHM n (Copftlfht, issj, brOUvU B. ItrehaV CHAPTER XIX. It wa June when Wlnslow wan once moro able to be about. Although he was pale and thin, he Bade great effort to get itrong. For he must soon agitate the school project, and he must see Lavender. He had received no message direct from Aaron Burr, and, so slow was travel, knew nothing of the trial or Its prog ress. He only knew that the gov ernor general to whom he was the hearer of letters from Aaron Burr, was on his way to denounce the man, his partner, as WInSlow believed, In the transaction. Much of the mystery of that transaction might be cleared by those letters but there was no hurry, and still he kept his own counsel. Meantime word had been brought him by boat to St. Louis from a friend then established In New Madrid. The letter ran: 'My script Is scant, and it behooves me to make a living in these wilds. I am going to teach the western rustics how to trip the light fantastic I...

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. — 15 December 1906

Closing We have decided to quit the Ready-Made Clothing business entirely and add a New Line of merchandise to our immense stock of Dry Goods and Shoes, and in order to make room and get ready for this new enterprise by January 1, we are going to offer our entire line of Cloth ing, consisting of mens' and boys' Fine Suits, Coats, Vests, Overcoais and 1,000 pairs Pants. All of the very best quality and finely tailored. This Greatest of Great Sacrifice Sale of Up-to-Date Seasonable Goods EVER INAUGURATED IN SCOTT COUNTY IS NOW GOING ON AT JME. Winer's Bargain An A J 1" the Cooksev Brick, and will last until every garment is closed out, for we not only need the ready cash, but must have the room for the vJIvVi , New Line we will put in. Don't forget the place M. Winer, Cooksy Building, east of railroad, Oran. In addition to Clothing we carry a full line of up-to-date merchandiseIn fact, everything kept in a first-class storewhich will be put in this sale at greatly reduced prices. Ever...

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 December 1906

- ; s t;ouiN i i rvICKER VOL. 6 BENTON, MO. DECEEMBER 22, 1906. NO. 6 1 4 SOMETHING ABOUT NEW ZEALAND. A Government that Cares Most for the Least Fortunate. No Millionaires and Consequently no Tramps and Paupers. Labor People in Control. Charln Kitwnrit Rsnwtl In Krrrjboity'n MiMmiln, N. Y. The Price of Peace. Once wo taught the nations what to to. Xow vc teach them Hut to do. It is even so. In all the remak ing of New Zealand a tremendous force lia.x been the determination to escape, at whatever cost, the conditions prevailing in the Unit ed States. All the world knows what has happened to us. The story of the American trust has penertated to every comer of the .nJobe; the very boatmen on the Wanganui river and the Maori .-schoolboys will tell you that .America 'is dominated by its rich men and corporations anil dis- rtractcd with labor upheavals. To . all mankind wc seem to have be come the awful example. Often in Switzerland and Germany I was startled to find how keenly, even to ...

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 December 1906

m up Scott County Kicker. mtU A. HAFNBR, Publisher. (UL 4 1M BENTON, : t t ltlHOUU Culebra cut 1 the unklndcst cuPot an. Tha prune crop this year If bigger than aver before. How does th!s strike the boatders? asks the Buffalo Time. A famous western medium hat rais ed her prices. No doubt she has to keep bur spirits up. Prof. Kcvaletaky says that the quiet ta Russia Ik only on the surface, i. long-distance observer cannot seo It ven there. Evidences are beginning to multiply that only an American heiress of the extreme degree can really afford to Barry a titled foreigner. Now that they have women bandits In Pittsburg, the millionaire steel mag states cannot be blamed for everything that happens In that city. The apple crop of the United States ts figured at 36,000,000 barrels this year. But you will not suspect It It you go to the market to buy a peck. One of Washington's body servants died at Alexandria. Va., a few days ago. 'As the years go by the fact Is Im pressed upon us more an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 22 December 1906

mm i 1 1 " - n ) MR 1 ? ft 'I I v. Lavender Creitfhton's Lovers By OLIVIA B, ftTROHM CHAPTER XIX.-CoMTixtncD. Attar another pause she added: "Ha will take up tht land, ha said, and ha ought to hara that next to oun; I kmow It, too, Is rich. Ha ought to hara It ha la a good man." Than with a ahuddarlng recollection, he continued: "Ha eared me, Janle; tared mo from the cruel anaka. Hiia, hlM. It aald, and waa folng to bite, Then he came ha carried a big stick, town down, and the anaka waa dead It waa dead, Jane, aeat Ha killed it ao I could coma home to my Janle. Do you understand?" She had risen, and with roles and gesture tried to make her meaning plain. The other listened, her awed, un canny gaza watching every movement, every expression. 8ua felt that she un derstood. "So, you see, Janey, dear, I'd like to help him to tell him of the land next ours, ao ha would be rich. Ha de serves it, but my promise to dad, my worn promise to let nobody know- nobody." She finished with a mourn 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. — 22 December 1906

HkAft,.' r i i t i - . ,t -t , j ESm,r iCOTT COUNT! KICKER. GOV. FOLK'S MESSAGE. MORE "PROSPERITY." Aii ' COUNT KICKER. If 2 Ft? Pan. A. HArau, : Publisher. Subscription, per Year, f 1.00 Caab RaUNd M tht paatoatvla Bmtoa.Mo., on rbmr 14. INf. m Mroad-elMa mail matter NO KICKER MEXT WEEK. Ab usual, the Kicker will "take Christmas" and no paper will appear except a small sheet necessary to give the few lejral advertisements the required notice. Correspondents will please take a lay-off for the next week, and be sure to respond the week following. The Kicker is thankful to the peo pie for their liberal support during the year just eloping. On my own account i nave no room tor com plaint. My bu-dues increases with each year, and o far the subsorin tiou receipts for the month have nearly double that of the same month lat year. The -ame may be said of other branches of th bus iness. The Kicker i prosjierim:. P.nt what satisfaction is it to me to have plenty and yet.ee poverty, 'aiery, in...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 22 December 1906

Scott County KickerSupplement. Merry Christmas; Happy New Year.Benton, Mo., December 22, 19o6. AROUND BENTON. Daring the pant few mouths Goet tips Bros, have been giving :i ticket with each porchaae ol fifty cents one if the tickets entitling the bolder to a nice new boggy. The tickets have nil beea disposed of and N'o. 00,229 the number entitled to the prize r-aBBOt be located. Mrs. Forties, of the Beaton House had 270 tickets that were misplaced or destroyed during boose-cleaning and ca.nuot be toand. Miss Daisy Leedr also ban unite a number that she cannot find. If No. 00,229 does not show up w ith in thirty days the bogey wili be sold to the highest bidder and the pro ceed turned over to the holder of the lucky number, if be ever appear. The concert :tl the court house! FROM OKAN. Thursday evening lv the Benton . . brass bund was a social and financial f Some time ago we were told with success. Although the band lmsiMn.iil?w,tK,wtoo,l"'"l,,u,m,rn!,,,'l,,,9M' in existence but two...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 22 December 1906

PROM BLODGETT. Tin hand instruments :irrivil Snt unlay and the boys satiatied a curiosity- to know whether they could make ono toot by congregating at Urn depot about !:.'M and all trying at the name time. The discord that went out from the depot has ne'er lieen equalled in Klodgett. Mm. I. Bryant, of Osceola, Ark., stayed here with her brother. Harry Roddick, Monday night. She linn lieen to St. Louisghopi.ing.undatop- Iied here on her way home. Mrs. Seddick accompanied her Tuesday as fur an Uran on her way home. IVV are to have a Christmas Tree alter all. It. will lie at the Methodist church and is free to all. It will also lie an attempt to impart the joys of Christmas time to t he ninnsc instead of, an in I lu usual course, to the i-hlSSCS. John Grillin Iiiih taken his corn s heller to the Mississippi Hirer, lint scarcity of help and bad weather combined have prevented him shelling any. All operations have been post Mnei) until after Christmas. Louis Goetz, was here Wednesday and...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
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