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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 29 December 1906

Scott County Kicker, Vol. 6. Benton, Mo., December 29, ICCo. No. 7. THAT MKSSAUK. A year airo tin Knipiu.wrV A oeiu- They eaunor understand why n nam Two week" iiiru :lu Kii kw nun- tion of Chicago jieii.le.l to smash the would he-itate to betray i tru-t and meuted on the pro-ident'.-tne-safreto teamster's union ami, with it. all his friend. if the priii i of terra, eune.re. hi that me.ne thepre-i- other union- of that it. v. Shea srave They ar. honest in th' b. lief that dent L'oi.s exeited over the "ti'ita- t hem tin- fj'-'hl of their Hvhs and is the prire cotiipen.-nte- 'or all else. to:v" Hrt wants him suppre.-.-ed. now leim: hnni.-sed in the court.-" That i.-the size of their mornl train- The ptv.-idetit seem-'to overlook the ehnrired with conspiracy and mnny inu. lnt that had it m-t been for the ai- other cii Am 1OW":iI,t;(1 "iStatiS SuIliU()r tatorl.is.no.-.-ne.v would lmva been Ind.-r our modem sy-tem. when uJu entirely d.fienmt .a tot... " i he-o laboring men pot toother 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. — 29 December 1906

t-TOTT .'orNTY Kb KiiJi. T'HH,. A. UAFNEii. : i'lilHshi r. Siitwrijitirtn, j 'r Yi"-r. i-1 ' li .utiMimI at fin p-to:hv t . r 'ron. l.., I'hrrj H IWH.. iirfV- ot . . n- it.i'-.- IWSIIICWS Loons. Xot'-ec i hereby jiWfn that nil ..ir tfes indebted ro tin- late Juo 1'. Wk rrich must corue and settle at on t. ai.d save fusts. Katie Westrich, 7-it. Ad.'i.x. For Sale If'- ucre of land SO nereis in cultivation ahotit R mile, l'!aw Commerce, on the river. Easy term-. Albert Sullmtrer, rouunen e 7-0 1 For sale. A good hill farm two miles west of Commrot. Kiver and railroad near. Eiy terms. Apply to I'has. IV try, Commerce Mo. Farm Foh Sale 7 acres, nil un der fence Of) acres in cultivation, joining Illmo on the Southeast. W. A. Mushbach, Commerce, Mo. For salk Iioli)rtson separator and lO-horso power Reeves twin en giim. Cheap. Apply to, o-.'lt. Otto Heeb, Chaffee. Mo. SowE Parties wi-hiim to haul nttid or gravel off my premises had bent come and ee me first. J6V F. Ellis, Commerce. j t. $50...

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 December 1906

era i ful shake of the head, and resumed . r i A " ytMyis o' iWMU uw UiBi I kw no ftuew L1J UL UK WUlCfl AVVU When the meal was over, the doctor der was Ignorant that he had In iu4 .mi unriin- Ma natUnt.ln.rMt-1 Wlnslow.'av character, .obtained her. En How They May Be Kept Out by Rea sonable Care. Tf-amiuunr tnat )(i be found In there are good .lersi all families. Big Pre-lnVentory Sale Will Begin Saturday, December 29 Closing Saturday 1 Evening:, I January 5, 1907. In order to Reduce our Stock as much as Possible before taking the annual invoice, we will make you remarkably low prices on Our entire Line of j& j& j& j& j& Dry Goods, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Etc. fF" Reduced Prices for Cash Only.-g FARMERS MERCANTILE CO., VANDUSER MO If '" fl 1 1 r I i 1 1 I I where birds wide-awake Clear, close. UIVMVIlltUA- scolded and ch-ffnri in preparation for slumber. comfort ln hunsr thn To uwatoga he said: "Do you sup pose that she means that I can make this lunrt ml no" smile a...

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. — 5 January 1907

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VOL. 6 BENTON, MO. JANUARY 5, 1907. NO. 8 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. ".'Iini-I... K.lwnr.l ltncll In Kr.-t-.vhmly'i. MiiirHjItii., X. V, Death of an Ancient Superstition Birth of a New Idea. Women vote in Now Zealand. Not nominally, nor only for school trustees, nor seiui-oeca-sionally. with fear and trembling lot it be known, but regularly and openly and as a matter if omrse. I liey have a tree and tul wars in its history, have had a franchise :' and now they all vote, men and women. They .-.end four representatives to the N'ew Zea land parliament, and there are no more intelligent legislator.- keen, quick-witted men. natural orator.-, excellent members, thus in one generation rai.-ed from the limited womanhood .-utYratre : i barbarian Mate by the simple ope- they can vote on every question I ration of the free school anil t...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 5 January 1907

Scott County Kicker. t; A. HAFNER, Publisher. BENTON. t The national debt la $925,169,250, 10 this la not a billion-dollar country In one Important respect. Commercial travelers' licenses In the Brltsh South African colonlea and protectorates amount to $600 a rear. If Dr. Osier will head off the winter Weather recollections of the oldest In habitant which are about due, we will forgive him. Even nature seems In league with Croesus. Klondike's Increased out put adds Its golden stream to the tide af prosperity. Says Count Don!, "It Is Immaterial to me what the American press say about me." The proud Indifference of a superior soul, doubtless. An Alton woman who asserts she was married while stupefied by pois oned confections now realizes that she made a mistake in her "candy man." With seats on the New York Stock exchange selling at $82,000, broker remarks the Pittsburg Pres. should now execute their orders standing. Cambridge, Mass., provides for privilege of study and travel one yea...

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. — 5 January 1907

Lavender Creitfhton's Lovers y OLIVIA. l.STROHM (CoWrlhl, 1905, byOlMa S. Sinks). CHAPTER XXt.-CoNTWtnm. She only said: "I understand," and they went on in silence to where the Lone was tethered by the wayilde. The old gig, Its dusty sides flapping In the wind, stretched empty shafts, like tons, hungry arms, across the road. Lavender climbed into the seat to await the return of Qonzaga, who had taken the horse to drink from the hol low log at the rear of the church. Alone and unobserved, Lavender drew the slip of paper from the little black bag that hung at her waist. Through tears which dimmed the scrawling c&aracters she read the words: "She will be there; she needs you: come secretly I ask this favor by my double right. Belle Price." Unnoticed she sat apart from the crowd which was dispersing now with jest and banter. Unnoticed save by two men, who, tartlng to walk to the village, looked back, and stopped at sight of her, Wlnslow shaded his eyes. Even at this distance he reco...

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. — 5 January 1907

SUCCESS SUCCEEDS. Nothing succeeds like success. And, as a country newspaper, the Kicker is certainly a success from every point of view. No country newspaper office lias as much modern machinery ami print er's material. No country pnpercontnin-usmueli original reading mutter. No country paper ha- a large u paid-up subscription list. No country paper i a- free to ex press it.- opinion. Five years ago the Kicker started out on u course never before traveled by any country paper in Missouri. It started out to "hue to the line- Jet tne cmjn rail wiiere tliey may. Within -i. months it had the enmity of every grafter and professional pol itician in the county. And their in fluence wa- powerful. Py this I do not me an that all en-emie- of the Kicker were either grafter- or politician. Far from it. Gruppe, Elk Creek, Neb.; K. X. Minner, Lightfoot, Tenn.s A. L. Orafton, Whitton, Ark.; Joseph Specht, Nordoff, Cal.: M. U. Bry unt, Nashville, Ark. 5 John Watson, Tiptonville, Tenn.; Mrs. Eva Ho...

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. — 12 January 1907

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. mm VOL. 6 BENTON, MO. JANUARY 12, 1907. NO. 9 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. ChittlM Eitworil noraril In Kn-rjrbodjr'n Mitinln, N, T. -Life in a Country That Knows Not Graft. New Zealand could never have a life insurance scandal like ours nor a fire insurance crisis like that in San I'rancisco, because in 'cw Zealand both kinds of insurance are done by the state for the public benefit. tmvernment life insurance had existed several years when the reformer.-, came in. but they extend ed and improved it. Alf standard varieties of policy arc issued ; all policies of whatever kind are ab solutely guaranteed by the state. On a thirtv-fivc-vea'r. hiuhest- thc government should ever try to fix the rates, frightful convul sions of ttaturc would follow. They do not seem to have such fears in New Zealand. There the government makes all the ra...

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. — 12 January 1907

Scott Comity Kicker. US Mail. A. HAFNZR, Pwfcllthtr. BBNTON. 1. ft No goodi that bear a trademark la any way resembling a crescent can be landed In Turkey. An American author has very truly aid: "Education doea not change a man'a blood nor hli heart" Recognition of merit In others It often a very good way to secure rec ognition of merit In ourselves. San Francisco 4s said to have $4,000,000 of the relief fund still on hand. Evidently the grafters did not coma to the relief of the fund as rapid ly as they might have don. The Chicago preacher who wants to have Christmas abolished, says the Washington Fost, probably has enough slippers on hand to last him for the rest of his natural life. A Paris paper devoted to scientific subjects announces the discovery of a workable method of shielding watches and clocks from all magnetic In fluences. It Is said to be the work of a watchmaker named Leroy. Queen Wllhelmlna shipped somo cows from Holland for her husband's estate In Mecklenburg-Schwer...

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. — 12 January 1907

Lavender Creitfhton's Lovers By OLIVIA B. STROHM (Cfrrlfat, i90, trOUU B. Stroha). CHAPTER XXI.-C03CTWWED. "Owatoga don not know," was tl rejoinder calm, indifferent, as ot oL who hu ihlfted responsibility. The other laughed, then noting the look of distress on Lavender's face, he added, kindly: "it does not matter; Owatoga only knew that you must not marry the Spaniard, and to tell the truth I am afraid I have to agree with him. An American husband for an American Ctrl every time, 1 tayl At any rate, jrou are not going to marry him right way that Is plain. For the present you are safe as are all women under tke care of old Daniel Boone." Aa he thus announced himself, Lav andtr gave a pleased start of sur prise, and glanced at Owatoga, who nodded sagaciously. For in Lavender's hort stay in tho district of St. Charles ahe had heard of the Kentucky pioneer, whose coming among them was a mat ter of pride to all In the new coun try. That he was a commandant a sort of civil and military ...

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. — 12 January 1907

. - I 1.- W 111 am . ,S .1 . 1 lflUStu FROM NEW HAMBUnu. r.i--'.' v. 5 ft ft P lie 800TT COUNTY KICKER. Phil. A. HArxKR. : Publisher. Subscription, per Year, $1.00 Cosh flattnd at th pent offlitn U.nton.Mo., on Ffbtnurj 14. IMS. an coud-rlr.pi mull mntt-r. SAM CAltTEl. t'.U'CJHT. Sam Curter, the nerro who t'scaji ed from jrk.ll last April whyn Frank Baxter's Rung blew the jail open, was captured by Deputy Marshal Ingrain, of Sikeston, at t'olt, Arkntin. Inst week, and (k'livi.'n'il over m .Sheriff (Sober Sunday. Carter is the tn-itro who .-hot and killed Oil. lnvi. at .SikiMon. a year ago. He win wurklt'S with an extra Kane of morion nii'.i of the Iron Doings in Oran and Vicinity. lit. MM, m Ex-Senator Hunter mya that the only salvation tor the drainage dis trict west of Ornn is to build a levee on the south side of Caney Creek suf ficient at nil times to protect the country from the overflows after everv heavy rain. I'liti! this is done the farm lands will, to a certain ex tent, de...

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. — 19 January 1907

' UCTSfW ' IK'S" J i ' ' ' ' . COUNTY KICKER. , V0L' 6 ' BENTON, MO. JANUARY 19, 1907. " " NO. 10 THir00VEHNOtt'8 MESSAGE. The Kicker only pave Gov. Folk's message, to the legislature in con Sensed form in hwt week's issue. The message was very lengthy and would have covered nearly the entire paper. Not only was the message long, but ' full of meat. It was as different from ittae clap-trap of u Dockery or u Stone as day is from night. He said some thingand said it plain in every sentence. All the legislation that hestiggested was good. The messHgewusnot die tuted by the old gang of freeboot er that ued to run the state. Oh, no I There was nothing in it urging a "liberal appropriation for the Nu- tional Guard," or the "Iitntngratioti Society." Hut he urged liberal ap propriations for such things as the old gang overlooked roads, for in f stance. On the subject of roads, the T governor said : "No subject is of more importance vto the state than that of good roads. .'Many road laws hav...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 19 January 1907

BBBBBBBBBBBBBK:' BaaaaaaaaaaaaHf? BaEaEtMaMaMaHp BaEfaBBBKv-kv-.; Hp Scott County Kicker. MMU A. HAPNER, Publisher. WNTON. t , t MISSOUP! A Kansas woaaa aged 105 it suing for a divorce. It to never too lata to, leers. A London physician eays music will cure. alcoholism. Now watch tor jag time melodies. Kansas has plenty of c.orn, but the price Is so good that it dislikes the prospect of being forced to fill the coal bins with It. It Is a sad thing to hear of tBOO worth of ostrich feathers going up In smoke when they make a smell no pleasanter than can be produced from burning the plumage of an ordinary 40-cent barn-yard fowl. One of the high officials of the Standard Oil company admitted on the witness stand recently that he didn't know what his salary was. He must have a patient and extraordinary un obtrusive wife to have allowed him to go on in this foolish way for so long a time. John Howard Larcombe, 86 years old, a veteran employe ot the pension office and the man who taught An...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 19 January 1907

?1 .r Lavender Creitfhton's Lovers Br OLIVIA B. ftTROHM (Cmrifkt, tfei, by OUrU fc ttnfca). ORAPTBK XXIIl.-CoXTtmrBD. Rapidly thought plowed through itw pans lm kit brain, even u kit tot imM with eager haste ths brush aa bracken of ths riverside. Owa toga had given m hint of hti diree-tkM-wu it up or down tht stream? Down, ha would have had to row against tha current, tad put tha Til sage, with mora ihow of dctentloa. Nevertheless, Wlnilow thought It more iiktijr that ha bad taken that court. .westward, was ever tha Indian's watch-cry, and against the ware, Owa toga's giant strength would hare less chance at being orertaken. The pos sibility of observation was small; It had been a Sabbath dajr, and In the keat of noon, when all would avoid the river. All this Owatoga had doubtless con sidered, thought Wlnslow, as he tramped the water's edge up and down, peering into every clump and shade, His steps had led htm well to the east. when, suddenly, half-way between the water and a ferny ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 19 January 1907

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Phil. A. Hafxer. : Publisher. Bubtcriptlon, per Year, 91.00 Cash Kattrcd st tb pt offli- In Benton, Mo., on r.broarj 14, 1KB. a ttcoiid-tliiiw mull matter. MONEY TRUST ESCAPES. Since the article on the first page entitled "Legislative Doings" whs put into type 1 hare gone over Sena tor Oilmqre's nntl-trust bill more carefully anil find that it applies only to combination in "article of inarm fucture, surance lion Well do to ABOUND BENTON. The competitive system is such a good thing. It produces so much "brotherly love" especially for the competitors. It is so easy to "Love thy neighbor as thyself when that neighbor is trying to send you and your family to the poor house. This is from the Sikeston Enterprise: "There is a little merry war on among our barbers. The new shon cut prices back to the old figures of ive ror a suave ami g. for hair cut which the other shops promptly met. mere were ome not things looked serious FROM ORAN. Many farmers of this section when...

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. — 26 January 1907

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VOL. 6 BENTON, MO. JANUARY 26, 1907. NO. II OBSERVATIONS BY THE KICKER. How the People are Buncoed by their Law-Makers.-The "Free Alcohol" and Other Important Measures. v oro it not so serious u twitter, it I not even in theory, but we don't like could be regarded us it huge joke f 'iy pnrty so misrepresented. ii ikii mix iiiiiii wni ueciiiriiiK lire i lie SOMK INTKUKKTINl! FIOPKKS. doe- nut include the vnM suin spent r . It may he of interest to readers of by th" state committee, theconirre j the Kicker to know ut what rate the i.onnl committees and the city and "pntriotitn" of our "captains of in-'county committers, lam unable to 1 dustry" i Itiereusiui.'. Tin-following even venture a trues- at what it did i table of expenditure by the national i rostthepntriotsto''siivcthecounty'' that, at the wind up, we "ill hen r the SAMK OLD STORT .ll'ST AS IISPAL. The Kicker had lioped for som It t tiresome even monotonous thing good out of Jefferson City, lint 'to conti...

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. — 26 January 1907

V'.. -t'lVJF.'T , 1 (4 fk AM a 91 "4fr Scott County Kicker. t. A. HAPNSR, Publisher. BENTON, MISSOIIP' On the anniversary In England of Parnell'a death. hU follower wear a prig o! ivy. The lire In a St. Louis spaghetti factory, Is reported by the St. Louis Republic to have been strung out. A man recently died In Germany who knew 62 languages. There is tome donbt that he could outtalk his wife at that. New York now claims to have more than 2,000 millionaires. We might add, says the Chicago Record-Herald, lhat few of them grew up In New York. They are to dig a canal from Massa chusetts bay to the Atlantic ocean. Boston should protest. It will give the Spanish fleet a route for a flank movement. if food prices continue to soar, how, asks the New York Herald, will the men who tell us "how to be happy and healthful on 10 cents a day," make a living? It it not so much his old debts that bother Count Hon! the Goulds may take care of them but the deuce of It is he finds it so hard to make a...

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. — 26 January 1907

1 m Lavender Creitfhton's Lovers By OLIVIA B. STROHM l l (CopTtlhl, ifoj, ItOIItU B. Strcha). CHAPTER XXlV-CoftTiscn. "She ( well, or, at least, no won. I mw her yesterday Afternoon." Then raoldlr he detailed what had happened since her abience. "Tour mother is reassured as far as It lay In my power, but, of course, we must return as soon as possible." "Oh, If we onlr cant Evsry mo ment Is precious," Lavender urged, then reproachfully: "I couldn't make Owa toga take me back. He insisted upon waiting over to-day, at least. When I appealed to Col. Boone, he said I must be patient until sunrise to-mor row, if nobody cam In search for me by that time he would himself take me home." "So I am superfluous; shall 1 go DacK alone? She shook her head in smiling dis sent, and he went on: "But I am not altogether useless, since I have brought you wis," and he produced the bun die which the slave had given him. "America! The dear, thoughtful BOUU" Lavender's Hp quivered between a smile and tear ...

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. — 26 January 1907

4 8? r 1 14 BCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Fat. A. H.vKXKB, : Publisher. 8abtcriptloi . per Year, 1.00 Cash HUM nt me m Ftbraary H, jcj. u Mcot.d-d-.-t mtofletla Bnton. Mo., on mull mntMT. SOMETHING DOING Sure enough, there ts something doing in the Missouri legislature! The Tubbs nntl-tipping bill passed tbe house almost unanimously 11" to Ml No partjliues there! It will tags the senate, nnd if (!ov. Folk should refuse to approve it, the teni per of our lniv-mukers is such that they will pns it over hi head. That's the way to legislate. Make it unanimous when iuiporntit meas ures like this are involved, in which FROM ORAN. rROMXBLSO. Ferdinand Beyer and Frank Mess mer, Sr., were just abont to close n real estate deal whereby Beyer would trade bis house and lot in Kelso to Messmer for the latter's farm nnd farming implements. Of course, the latter was to receive an additional sum of money. The date had been set for drawing up and signing of the papers, uutwnen trie time drew near Frank took a...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 2 February 1907

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VOL. 6 BENTON, MO. FEBRUARY 2, 1907. NO. 12 OBSERVATIONS BY THE KICKER. How the Working-Class Movement is Encircling the Globe.A Milwaukee Min ister's Straight Talk to the Merchants and Manufacturers. Bryan Sees it at Last.More United States Senators Elected in the Same Old Wav. A WOULD MOVEMENT. The movement for the bette rriient of the condition of the working-class is world wide. From every country come tin.- new. tluit the toiler are aroused. And benighted Russia promises to tie among the first (o he free. Itut the sacrifice of life will he awful. In liiissiu the farmer and other toller have no rights at nil. The musses drew u a petition asking for a constitutional government and the Tight to vote. In a liody they mar ched to the palace, peacefully, ami nuked permission to piescnt their doomed. Win. J. Bryan, who ha heen wabbling about trying to find a lauding somewhere about half way between capitalism and socialism, begins to ee thing a they really are. In...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
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