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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 2 February 1907

-4 "i f I V T ' 44." V hi Scott County Kicker. lt;L. A. HAFNEP1, Publisher. BENTON, t missoup: It Is sad when our friends depart, but It Is worse when our virtues die. I'utll the sultan engaged a Euro pean artillery expert, Ratsull didn't know that the imperial forces were firing at him. Bomb-throwing seems to bo on the Increase in this country. Funny that it isn't applauded as It is when it happen away off in Russia. PhllologlTilThave found that origin ally the word chauffeur meatit mur derous brigand. How In the world could the meaning of It ever have been so changed? There is leassuranee for Mr. At wood In the words from Berlin that surgery can now attach a beheaded man's head to the trunk again, that is unless the man has lost his head entirely. Parisians, who like to have a des ignating epithet for everything and everybody, call the actresses who ride in touring cars, wrapped up In automo bile coats, "the little bears of the boulevards," We are having the kind of a win ter in w...

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. — 2 February 1907

m m Lavender Creitfhtori's Lovers By OLIVIA B. STROHM (Cejrlfat, ipn, fcOUU B. Strohat CHAPTER XXlV.-CoNTixt-RD. At last, with the wind swaying the tree, the water kissing the pebbles as accompaniment to her words, she poke: "To-day, to-night, the doubt Is gone; I trust you utterly. But and I give you fair warning I may change again," She nodded her head merrily! her mood was, on a sudden, strangely light almost hysterical. Then, more se riously: "I don't trust my moods late ly, they vary so. I may have been right then or I may bo right now, but I want to be honest to-night hoa est with my heart and you. And to night, for the present, all's well." "And, sweet one, for so much, thanks. You know the wisest man has aid: 'There Is a time to love and a time to hate.' Let us be happy now in the 'time to trust, the time to love.' Owatoga returned, and at his sug gestion Boone rose. "You are right, we must press on," he said, and tho lad Ian advanced to Lavender. "Owa toga will carry tho wh...

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. — 2 February 1907

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Phil. A. Hafser. s Publisher. Subscription, per Yenr. $1.00 Cash ntrJ at tb pe.toflkeln Iicnton, Mp on Fbrnaf.T 14, ldOi. b ocotid.ilh'.K mall natter. FROM ORAM. (Owing to its lute arrival the bulk of the Oran news is unuvoldaby left out to get paper out on time.) Ed. County Supt. nf Schools B. Hugh smitu was here Saturday to orgun ize u teachers township organization FROM KBL80. 5 the work In which they were engaged clpni ami trunk .i and Miowe.1 a willingness to insist in . Sprudliii ns suret perfecting the organization. As an M'r''wl'..w"e hi incentive to 'lie pupils nf country ntleijetl. irntllii: COUNTY UNION ORGANIZED. In spite of the cold mid snow quite a number of farmer gathered at the i.lnypool -chool hmiM. j- ridny to n f if t in organizing a count v union SI"! '' VeiiimeI-ter and - 'cY,. t Oran' sch";,! board i -V , i.. . i T " "; , fered a free -ciiolarsliip or oiwyear m rrt ' Vi"ir. l"?"tat! .f : tl... hhih school to the boy or girl in committee on...

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. — 9 February 1907

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER V0L 6 BENTON, MO. FEBRUARY 9. 1907. " MA OBSERVATIONS BY THE KICKER. Will Capitalism Force Armed Revolution ?--Oranized Labor Aroused as Never Before. --The Moye-Haywood Decision Likened to the Dred Scott Decision. r,ulcsl "iceimgs reoruary 17. --president Roosevelt's Warning Speech. ' I urn uneasy. I don't wunt armed 'revolution. It is tin awful thing. ' Hut there is reason to four thfvvor.it. You who get your informal Inn only from capitalist source do not known lint In going on. Tin- on pi tnlint news service, is not in business for the purpose of enlightening you. Its inis-ion is to deceive you. Walk into your postolllco tind see if you do not find ;i large colored poster advertising for recruits for tlio Fuitcd StutfM nrmy and nnvy. If it is not there it has been destroyed 1y accident, tlmn u year ago these posters were sent toewry post office to lie posted. Not only that, but the government ipeiied li'cruiting stations every where. And more it started to ga...

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. — 9 February 1907

"I-.T- .vkvii vvuiuj nivnvii ifSQ 1 1 i s . 1 5 If hmtwiu BSSSSSSSB'' 1' "4 if' t l MISSOttPt K dull nan It half-brother to a dead x Within a year England will have S3 submarine boats, while France will lave hi, Russia has 29, Japan 10. Keeping a secret, forgetting an In jury aad making good use of rich leisure Is the most difficult task of life. Justice is the cornerstone of true religion, and unless It is laid deep In the heart and soul of man there Is no lasting happiness. Less than five per cent ot the ex penses of the 24 slaughtering and meat-pneking establishments ot Chi cago Ib for wages. The largest bird of prey in the world Is the bearded vulture, which meas ures, from wing tip to wing tip, as much as nine or ten feet. The Dublin corporation adopted a iproposal to provide the captain and mate of the mud barge Shamrock with ,gold lace uniforms of Irish manufacture. The Norse Christian name Haakon and the English family name Hawkln or Hawkins come from the same root, and are ...

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. — 9 February 1907

Lavender Creitfhton's Lovers By OLIVIA B. ftTROHM (Cesytlsst, m. If OMs B. MnfeaV CHAPTER XXVI.-Cosrfnrsxo. HIb word! aad uuir, eossiac to mm after Lavsadar's eoaftMloa, 1st la a tood ot ligmt oa Wlaslow's brain. This, then, wm tka "soatbody It:" mum of this mas, with kit crutl mile and reckless, debonair manner, Ike had "no rtikt to 1ot klm." No rlgat to love klm Winslow. to whom tka day was mora splendid, tka alfkt on bleat because wltk Uia can thought aad dreams o( hsr! Tka auddan auapieloa mad klm staffer for a moment, aad at It to add fuel to kla pent-up raga, tka Span iard eommantad further wltk a side long look In kla olfaction. "It la, ot aouraa, a gnat Joy that jrou an safe van undar tka clroumstances but, wall, tka only trouble la, that our frland, tka ackoolmutar kara, appaara to think tka and justifies tka maana, aad naturally, an Indignant brotbar would aot agraa with klm." Wltk fury whlok Jealousy, alone, eould kara kindled In klm to ao wklte a kaat, Wlntlow turned to ...

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 February 1907

COUNTY COPRT 1)01X08. The h count; court got to work Monday forenoon with all the judge present. Judge Ilurtr appeared fa miliar having served before while Judges Hutchason and Thomas ad mitted the newness of (lie work and wadpd in cautions !y. Owing to dis agreeable wenlher tlx; attendance has been very light. The new judges start off us If they intended to do their best. Hill th.it are presented are carefully looked into, und thev have not only worked early, hut al ter supper n well. The court is put ting in full u ii. . As to what cour.se the court will take with reirard to special terms for granting saloon license the Kicker hn.i no positive knowledge, but plough leaked out to justify the be lief tllllt Stleii:ll tul'llld will 'u .ili.ili. doned At the -ipecial term held in I January .ludire Ilutehnson opposed the granting of license to J. 1 Light ner on the ground that he believed the special term fur srrnntimr saloon FROM ORAN. John Kieffer left home on the IBth of lust month ...

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 February 1907

3 'I "I V, SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VOL. 6 BENTON, MO. FEBRUARY 16. 1907. NO. M FmATIMU Off HEi ieSM WE RE OVERSTOCKED! That is Our Story in a Nutshell. jjgBjK Beginning Saturday Morning. February 16, and Continuing for Fifteen Dap We will sell goods at and below cost in order to decrease our stock and make room for Spring 1 T" 1 1 i i i . t . . i i . . i 1 1 t ii Kuuu&. io sen at cosi win oe our ruie during tins saie. nut a great many articles win soici far below cost. We have our money tied up in these goods and want it out to reinvest. SHOES! W Mil- esp'.MMsilly ovt'i--luiuk'd on s1iml'. V liiive a splendid lino for iron ts, la ilies and i-liildi'oii. WV havo and vou need havo m t'oafol" i. ii. i. mi . 1 ry a ciKticc unit win pioaso you. n i 1 3 ?'C- Tliov must ix. and on hoes tlio price lia iioon .-iasliod particularly luavy. 9 Furnishings and Underwear. Latin'.-' and treat' under wear and I'unii.-hiuo- ar' aniontr the thintr that crowd u for space. We have -liirt-for men. ladii...

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 February 1907

COT S T S i ' . 1 r Eft 5V Pi -I Hi 1 i; it it. Li IT Scott County Kicker. AMU A. HAFNER, Publisher. SEN TON, t MISSOWP! There are some secrets of the soul we dare not mention to ourselves. Sometimes the unwritten law has a IWrltten form of expression. Lemons have advanced In price. An Other proof of their populrrlty this season. The reign of political bosses ends when voters think and act on Inde pendent lines. When your money and friends have departed it Is just the right time to get up and go to work. BURNED OUT THE COUNTRY HOME OP JOHK WANAMAKER DESTROYED Y FIRE. Probably it was a fortunate thing that the shah of Persia left no prop erty. He left S00 wives. Other volcanoes getting lively, Mount Etna shows an Inclination to get into the running also. If words and actions were weighed before they were uttered a million mistakes might be avoided. Honeaty and poverty may be disa greeable companions, but they are bet ter than fraud and wealth. The rapid locomotion of man by land, sea...

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 February 1907

Lavender Creitfhton's Lovers By OLIVIA, 1. ftTROHM (Ctprttikt, tpj. kTOllrU B. StrehaX CHAPTER XXVIII, Contirckd. Distrust and unfalth and alt hard aa pasted forever at tight of him stretched helpless there. Ha opened hit eyes. "I knew you would come," he murmured. He tried to ratie hie hand. She took It In here, repressing the ahudder with which her healthy frame ahrank from the eold, prophetic moisture In his paim. She whispered eome tweet, pitying worde, and her rolce wat music to hie eara. Froa the open door of the tavern ot far away came aounda of merri ment, but all was aulet near br. Bellinger and Wlnslow stood with heads bowed while the girl leaned just within the parted curtains, hilf sup porting the dying man. Occasionally he gasped a few worde of which they could distinguish only her name. His voice grew fainter scarcely heard above the sobbing of her whose arm now pillowed his heavy head. A bird's song from a tree near roused him, and with an effort he opened his eyes, w...

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 February 1907

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. L'stt. A. Hafxeh. : Publisher. Subscription, per Year, fl .00, Cash tfntmil at the panto'-1 iti llnton. Mo., on Febmarj 14, 1802, MwotiU lHM infill mutter. county coniT noixs The week has been u ery busy one for the county court. Moiiduy the public sonar- wn encircled' with tfUDlrt mid nrobnblv ulichitiiilreilntr. tiers of land In t tit- we-ternp.irtofthe county wen lu-i to either urjre or Organizer Kershaw, of the formers uniou, will speak at the court housp, Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. It will lo the farmers liereubonts no harm to hear him, and then if they believe it to their interest to aid the national movement, they can do ho by becoming a. part of it'. Mike Bollinger, president of Ornn farmers' union, was here this week and said that at the next meetlngthe membership would swell to fifty. .loe Meier is viopretnletit anil Leo l.e grand i treasurer of the Ornn union Itepre-antative and Mrs. S.J.Wude Iv of the body will of course, be nnni- iinnteu at ue...

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. — 23 February 1907

1 SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Sift-. , ift . . A VOL. 6 BENTON, MO. FEBRUARY 23, 1907. NO. 15 "BUSTED TUB COUNTY COURT" "We busted the county court" was the jubilant comment of the land owners In the drain ditch controversy who were barred from the proceeding" that took up the time of the court last week. By this they meant that they had succeeded in having the matter certified up to the circuit. While I was very busy last week and could not be personally present yet I have luudecarefully inquiry and the situation seetns to be ns follows: ftidge Bupg was originally dlsiqiml ified becnu.ie of having land in the district and was therefore an inter sted party. This left the matter 'Tvith Judges HutclinnounndTliomiiH. Formerly the law required that a personul notice be served on land owners notifying them of what was intended to be done, and, if not stir istied, any liiitd-owner could file Ins objections prior to the date of hear ing. This law was repealed by the lust legislature and now a not...

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. — 23 February 1907

llf Scott County Kicker. f V 1 it.- ll J? IS susk 85, PHIL. A. HAFNEW. Publisher. BENTON, : : : MtsSOUItt Sterling Individuality Is superior to collective uncertainty. An unconscious, unselfish, benevo lent beauty Is the rarest jewel el truth. There are more than 4,000 different editions of the Bible In the British museum. Those who cannot find happiness In their present location will not be apt to llnd it In future situations. Those who are constantly traveling in search cf pleasure and never llnd It forget to leave themselves behind. Germany Is preparing to build sev eral 25-000-ton battle ships. England will, of course, reply at once with an order for as many 26,000-ton fighting vessels. A Cleveland wife suing for divorce claims that her husband has been drunk every night for 13 years. We always said that 13 was an unlucky number. A Kansas woman observes that ''most men would pop the question several months sooner if they were mind readers." More light from Kansas. America ships ...

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. — 23 February 1907

Lavender Creitfhton's Lovers By OLIVIA B. ftTROHM (Cerrrllht, lfJ, br Olivia B. Strehm). 'CHAPTER XXX-Coxtixvzd. Bo on thti auaplcloua morning the uuie tog tmuaing tu sutd with a noisy crowd In high good humor. Winalow tat on tha platform In com pan? with a few leading men who were busy making speechea. For now that the achooihouae waa a aucceaa a practical aomethlng In loga and mor tar, everybody waa enthualaatlc: each atrlrlng to prove that hla had been the aupport which promlaed to make or St. Charles an educational center. And for thla recognition Wlnelow waa grateful. What though doubta were at flrat eipreiaed and, fearful of failure, the villagers gave sir Indorse Bient and grudging aid? "I am not the flrat," he thought, "for whose ven ture the public waited with hands be hind Ita baok; In one the crown of thorns the laurel wreath In the ether." Unconsciously hla ahouldera were lifted disdainfully; hla llpa took a cyn ical curve at thought of how little his venture a log schoo...

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. — 23 February 1907

rxojtf KooKvnw. ' I actor county kicks. FM. A. Hxrxxn, : Publisher. ttotocriptlon, per Year, 1.00 Cash aMn ft tk MtoBrala Bfitoa, Mo., oa Ftbrur 14, int. u M-coaii-rliiM mall mattvr. FROM OKA.N. With the coming of surlnir autivltv begins. Already there is demand for farm luborers ami tunny are coming from other count if to supply the demund. Inquiry i being made for builders' material and there id every reason to helieve, tlint Severn 1 sub stantial building will go up as soon us the weather settles. The Baptist church, which is being erectod at a cost of 94.000, will be completed by May 1. Louis Pfeffercorn has begun the erection of a dwelling in the Bur ger addition. Near this Dr. Wescoat will build a modern dwelling. Ran dol & Anderson, contractors, are re modelling and building additions to the residence recently purchased by Father Helmhuehar. tn rhp MnArna nddltion. TheCatholic congregation ' t!t.v ,U1' & member of the legislature will erect u two-storv, eleven-room ' ...

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 March 1907

v. I SCOTT VOL. 6 COUNTY I1ICKER. BENTON, MO. MARCH 2, 1907. NO. 17 1 '.TCI 14 FAHMBRH SAVE :!,MKl A YEAH The Scott County Farmer's Mut ual Insurance Association lias $288,r7"i ovi'r a ipiurternf a mill ion dollars insurance in force. According to insurance regulations this would lie double or sC77,1f0 ln-cattse tin- insurance covers both tire and storm. The losses tor tlie past year amounted to tint 8)0. Hence it cost the fanners who are engaged in this enterprise $800 to carry what in insurance circles would he called AIIOUT Kl'HAI, TELEPHONES. Farmers can do much if they will. In fact, they can go the "whoh; hog" when they once real ize their strength and importance. At present, howevel', they have but few of the conveniences regarded as necessary to a modern home. These are not for thein hut for the fellow that "farms thefurmcr." Nothing would do more to bring light into the rural home than the tclcihotie. iStit they must have a co-operative system operated at over half a millio...

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. — 2 March 1907

p Scott County Kicker. PHIL. A. HAFNBR, Publisher. f IK BENTON', MISSOURI 1 I I f Lavender Creitfhton's Lovers By OLIVIA B. STROHM (Copyright, 190, br Olivia B. Strchm). CHAPTER XXXI.-Conttnued. "Through a, message rrom Col. Boone I learn ot your rescue of my sister. The old gentleman has highest praise of you, too, as the traditional Hero. He says you saved his life from nn Indian who lay in ambush. Alto gether, sir, I see that you uave played, not only an honorable, but a heroic part." Winslow laughed. "A sorry hero. Mr. Crelghton; no gentleman but would gladly hare been of service to your sister, and as to saving the life of Col. Boone well, sir, anybody who cannot hit an Indian at 20 paces is a wretched shot." But Gerald Insisted: "You are too modest; It is well that your friends know your value, even though like me, they are slow in learning it," he added with a blush, continuing hast ily: "On my sister's behalf I thank you; on my own, I apologize." "i can Teaduy understand you...

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. — 2 March 1907

sasBSMBBBBBBBBBHBnB) Happenings in Missouri. Were Remarkable Twins. Recently lit a little cemetery nt Blythedale, that beats his name, Col James M. Nevlll, 91 years old, was burled. He was tho second of the oldest twins In America to die. JuM two years ago his brother, Colonel Henry O. Nevlll, had been laid to rest In tho turf covered mound beside th' newly made grave. From babyhood the two had been Inoperable and they were remarkable In morn ways than In being twins. They were born In Bnrron county, Ky., June 25, l St.". They married sister, Rhoda and Lily Ann Brooks. In 1S30 they moved to Harrison county, settling upon farms nrar whore Hlythosdale now stand'!. Both were fnrmeis, but had been re tired many years ago. During their lives the brothers followtd each other In e-erythliiR. Both served as Judges of tno county court and both served In the state legislature. Henry O. from 1854 to 1S5C, and James M. from 1858 to 1SCo, and from 1SS0 to 1SS2. Cn the breaking out of the civil w...

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. — 2 March 1907

DEATH OF D. II. LEEDY. D. 11. Leedy died tit liis home in Benton. Friday morning il' ln.it week, in his Slth year. His re mains wore buried at the family burying ground three milt's noitii of I tent on. Siiudii.v ft 'itii hi . i i . i . . . I IIC1C Willi, IIS III' was aitoe- tiomitcly known to our piU. whs horn in Pennsylvania', in lfoj:i. Ho was a veteran (if I In Mexican war lit' 1S4" and nit in' tn Denton in 1S4S. On tin- 4th day of May. 18.VJ ho wai married to Miss Eliz lii'th Ellis at tin- old Ellis home stead north of town, where Mis. Leedy was born on December 1, is;i., Rev. D. Y. Rico, of Cape Oirardoau. performed the cere mony. On May 4. 190:2, the Hfti eth anniversary of their marriage us iiiietly celebrated at their home m Iienton. Thirteen ehildren were born to the union Charles A., Mrs. EnimaAl ford and Miss Daisy being the survivors. Lnele Dan" lived an active life and was. always at work. Last fall he completed a two-story store building at the depot for W. C. Lambert...

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. — 9 March 1907

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. sate. ft VOL. 6 CANTON. MO. AlARCi 9. 1907. '-.1; NO. 17 OBSERVATIONS BY THE KICKER. Political Conditions Fifty Years Ago and Now Very Simi; lar.-A Long, Downward Step From Lincoln to j Tedd ."Another Soup-ream Court Decision. It is n long from the llrsl Tin-re tin- ticpiill itwtti eiiiuliihilc liepubliciin president to tin- lust. rr tlif presidency stood, full mill Lincoln was Im.ii. in ii imt in ""wiiily in liwliliii'kHiiitif iMiMii-. tt . u. . f i. I ... 1'iitly new but ill lltting clothes. Hindu, county, ky.. I cbru.iiy V-', M'lmK ,W11V , k lllt,,.,i,ltr; 1MM). Koom-vcM wni born iii n , auiitlv t'miii his "turn down" Fifth Avenue tniinsiiiii in New collar, his ilu-lnm-holy eye-; sunk' York ('it v. Lincoln jjnt his cducit-1 ''f'l' " Imirirnnl tin e. Mo-t of lion mauling i-niN mid following '"''"''"' ' ""'"-' '""j . ,, . .... , never seen li tin belorc nnil gazed l,l,,w- 1 M'v''" ""''lit liim with surprised eim.Mtv. universities endowed hv li'ockelcl-, Wailily...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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