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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 9 March 1907

MR"'" ' - 11 - - - , , , ft 3 I'L lev ft fife "TV nr." ir 9 Scott County Kicker, PHIL. A. HAFNBR. Publisher. BENTON. MISSOURI Mre. 8age Is tfcmomtratlns that the money was left In fairly good hands. In northern Siberia a peculiar toad tool, deadly to any other people, it eaten. Beards are liable to taxation In some .Japanese villages. The origin ol this curious custom Is unknown. Zola derived bis name from Zolla, which means a clod of earth, and he was proud of this derivation. To be happy you must measure your desires with your fortune and not your fortune with your desires. There is a woman in Portland, Ore., who Is nearlng her 120th birthday. Her motto has always been "Don'tworry." The phra7e"Arr for art's sake," does not mean that we should present the naked truth on nil occasions. STEVENS OUT ENGINEERING BRANCH OF THE ARMY HAS CHARGE OF CANAL WORK. PRESIDENT'S SHAKE-UP An Entire Reorganization of the Canal Commission, With the Abandon ment, at Present, of Contract Scheme. SENAT...

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 March 1907

I 9j " St-" CHAPTER I. The Will of John Marshall Oltnarm. Pickering's letter bringing news of my grandfather's death found mo at Naples early In October. John Marshall Qtenarm had died In June, leaving a will which gave me his prop erty conditionally. Pickering Wrote, and It was necessary for me to return Immediately to qualify as legatee. It was by the merest luck that the letter came to my hands at all, for It had been sent to Constantinople, In care of the consul-general Instead of my banker there, and It was not Picker ing's fault that the consul was a friend of mine who kept track of my wander ings nnd was able to hurry the execu tor's letter after me to Italy, where I had gone to meet an English finan cier who had, I was advised, unlimited money to Bpend on African railways. I am an engineer, a graduate of an American Institution familiarly known as "The Tech," and as my funds were running low I naturally turned to my profession for employment. Hut this letter changed my plans...

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 March 1907

Raw - 'w irkwi iv.w. .... u - ?SI II "3 1 l.'il I, I) m 1 & LATE NEWS. Tho trial of the Federation offi cials in jrtil in Idaho did not begin this week, as was announced. The conspirators ure not ready. Per haps you have heard of the fellow who caught tlie bear and then yelled for help to let no. Wall Slreet has ordered its tools at Washington to send war ship to South America to protect their loot COUNTY t'ontT DOINGS Court met .Monday with Judges nugg, Hutclmson t'tid Thomas pre sent. The object of the session was to settle with Collector Chris iitou. As usual, the collector was ready having tiled his settlement on March 1. The total amount of all taxes' paid into the county treasury dur-! AROUND BENTON. T. K. Kershaw was here Tuesday and reported tho Farmers Union about 575 strong in the county. He says tho members are active and hope to get the corn and wheat belt organized strong enough to guar antee the National Millers Associa tion against harm in breaking away from the c...

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 March 1907

i :7. s '4 SCOTT COUNTY ttlCKER. VOL. 6 BENTON, MO. MARCH 10, 1907. I M NO. IS OBSERVATIONS BY THE KICKER. Rapid Growth of Insanity, Divorce and Crime.-Vice Be jeweled While Virtue Wears 6alico.--St. Louis Nomi nates 12 Saloonkeepers for House of Delegats. It is ti nice story tins story we read in tin- duily papers aliout our "prospcrily," our "advancement," our hank clearings ami our rail road (.'amines. We arc told thai wc arc progressive ami enlightened, iiml tliut wc must reach out ami. with bibles, bullets ami beer, be nevolently assimulntf less civilized people. Hut there is another story that our capitalist news system iloes not cure to analyze. True, the papcis lire full of scandals, suicides, divor ces, crime, etc.. Imt the cadges that lead up to thec things arc not dis- i-llssed. Il'. Kellogg, cditol' a t (iood Health, a medical publication, says "the race is sick." He points out that during the past fifty years, in sanity, idiocy and epileisy has in creased .'ttMl per cen...

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 March 1907

r 'it t r s iff- ev.-j-. 3 1 '! i ft' Scott County Kicker. PHIL. A. HAFNER, Publleher. BENTON, : MtSSOUR The Average dally transactions of the New York clearing house mako n grand total ot 1535,071, OSS. A British sailor who coughed when silence was ordered was dropped sev eral grades. A cough-drop, so to speak. The report that Japan consumed 500 tons of whale meat every month may he true, but It looks like a fish story at this distance. Russia claims to be In worse condi tion than It was a year ago. although at that time it thought It wot holding the world's record. An Iowa wife beater who was lynch ed would have Inherited $150,000 in a few days. He beat out his Inheritance by a very small margin. Great liritain will have some diffi culty In finding employment for its lord.", if the project to abandon the upper house meets with any fa-or. Somehow England does not seem to be at all elated over the fact that its representative In Jamaica put an en tire squadron of American warships t...

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 March 1907

WHAT WESTERN CANADA .DOM. tatltfaetory Ylilda of What an) Good Prleia. Dundurn. Saik., Sept. 30, 1906. Mr. W. H. Rogers, Canadian Govern ntnt Agent, Indianapolis, Ind. My Dear Sir: When you were at our place In July I promised to write you what my north quarter mado per acre. You will remember It was all sown to wheat Well, I finished threshing yesterday ,and received from It on average of i43i bushels per acre terftlne 6414 pounds per stroked bushel. The wheat Is the besr sample I have ever raised o uniform and even In size. You may know It was a good sample when I tell you that I have already sold 2,000 bushels of It for seed to my neighbors. This year has been my best effort In farming during my life. My wheat totaled 9.2S0 bushels and my oats nearly 5,000. If you remember I pointed out to Jrou a half section lying Just west of tur house and Joining my upper quar ter on the south, which I said 1 should have in order to make one of the best farms In western Canada. 1 am very glad ...

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 March 1907

FROM ORAN On last Thursday the officials of the Iron Mountain railroad (the superintendent of the bridge nnd building department nnd the road master) came here nnd went up to it. !,. 1 iiiu iiiicriucnuiK lower W'llllroml crossing) about three-quarter miles north of town and took the wheels from under an old and dilapidated box 'Hr and slid it onto blocks on the west side of the road; had seats and a stove put in: steps made and the report now is that a temporary office will be put in. What the out come will be is only mere conjecture. If it is done with a view to bulldoze the town authorities they are badly off. What is termed the tire limit ordinance was passed immediately after the lire in November 1902. mid in compliance with this ordi nance all business houses (with the -xception of a few temporary struct- ires) have been of brick. When it became known that the railroad 'ompany would refuse to construct a brick building the town council ailed a meeting of the business nen of the...

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 March 1907

SWA 15 f ft 4 SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VOL. 6 BENTON, MO. MARCH 23, 1907. NO. I9 OBSERVATIONS BY THE KICKER. lewis Publishing Co. Victins of a Couspiracy.--Qneer Doiigs ii an Alleged Free County.--Oppressioii. Aside from the kidnaping of the officials of the Western Federation of Miners, perhaps the moat erimi nul conspiracy of capitalism ris waged against R. 0. Lewis, of Ht. Louis. His linnk known as the People's linnk was destroyed hythe government, and to prevent his further exposure of the conspiracy an order has iieen issued to bar his publications from the mails. t am not as familiar with the in ner workings of banking as t should he 1o intelligently handle this sub Lieut but I will give it us it appears to me. ' The Banker's Assoeiation is the most dangerous organization in the land today. And no hank eau stand that refuses to join it. On several occasions t have been urged to take stock in the organization of new banks but refused. On one occa sion I was almost tempted to take s...

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 March 1907

eat IT ft tig. le af 'fit SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. PHIL. A. HAFNER. PuMUtWf. nwwtMHtw. ME VIAE. llITOir Kntm-.l at thn punt utHre In lk-nton. Mil. mi lVl.inur II, 1VC3, ui. ivinili-lii' twill nmlti-r. A Paris doctor "has Invented a erum that will sfop gambling." Bridie whist cures guaranteed. If the women keep It up some of She men will begin to suspect after a while that they want to vote. Along with-the revlval of old-fashioned nightcaps It might be well to renew the early-to-bed habit. Will the new six-wheeled automo hlle run over 50 per cent, mora peo ple than the four-wheeled kind? There seems to be a. widespread tendency to allow somebody else to make the dirt fly at Panama. Some of the people who think the naval display at Jamestown will be too warlike are uttering belligerent protects. Of course wo want to communicate with .Mars If possible. The Martians are great canal builders and we need lhelr advice. Kaiser Wllhelm Is going to lslt Alfonso, perhaps for the purpose of telling...

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 March 1907

m CEDING OF POULTRY BY THE DRY METHOD It Is Growing in Favor Because It Simplifies and Lessen! the Work-By H. A. Nourse. Slowly but surely the work of mix ing and feeding a damp mash Is being dropped from the poultrytnan's rou tine. In Its place the fowls receive the ground grains, beef scraps, etc., which usually constitute the body of this mash, mixed dry and fed In troughs or hoppers. This method of fecdlnj? besan to be exploited In New Knglond not much more than halt a decade ago, where It proved success ful and lias gradually worked Its way westward. Now diy feeding Is the method on a large per cent, of the practical poultry farms where the problem Is to get the most Income for the least outlay. ) summer the growing chick not only has the Ingredients of tho mash constantly within reach, but also the whole and cracked grulns, the beef isctaps. charcoal and grit. With these ulv.uys accessible the chick does not frequently fill his crop to Its capacity, but ;ats whatever he requir...

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 March 1907

Rf, . ! r J it tr i ANNOUNCEMENT. Kor I'onnty Sfliool Soprinten'tiit, II. MIMUI MM1TH. School election, Tucftdny, April 3, 1W7 AROUND BKNTON. FROM OUAN Benj. (Jintz, riiiR'iintoiiiloiit of the Johnston Land Co., enroute to Old Mexico, stopped off here and was with us Thursday., Mr. Uratz ... , n lt, . , takes a deep interest, in the nnan- Judges Btigg, Hnthon, ' ' cinl WtW of the eonntv. Hebe Thomas were ealled to Benton . .. f, t m v. t, , lllrZZth l!een tne in theufe S Mrs Joseph Rouentree, of near eventimllv ,n.0veo he of inestimn Diehlstad . The court ordered her w ben(1, tboth in tlie reclamation ST fc Sf. f T'llf 'I"" f -whinp land and additional taxes, 5ffitt r4TTW i whi-lMvill eventually find its way bhe is about .5., years old, of good into th treas.rv. That the SeTnl,,ft" vVn . itches dnB by the eonipuuy were five children. A loan or 1.,.0 t, , , t f , , was made to J. B. tmley. otOran. j d , , run,gu,ul l; present nmnngement was likely to Messages received trom his daugh-...

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 March 1907

tip I mi iv. VMM r.3 1H m . - SCOTT COUNTY RICHER. VOL. 6 BENTON, MO. MARCH 30, 1907. NO. 20 WARS AllOt T OVKU. The end of nil cruel wars Is in sight. Tin1 "smart, men" have been holding wlmt they call "peace conferences," but if we arc to judge from results, they only meet tn'Mi vide iif tln property" agree on which weak tint ion to "civilize" tiext. Tlmt tin' peace conference scheme was Hist suggested '' tV.nr of It'ussin ought to la- enough Miiil. Hut there is another force work ing for pence tlmt promises ctitiiely different ri'!ult. I'or njji-s tlic working cln. of one mil ion have, iinilt'c tin pretense ol patriotism ami "the tin lt. " been set tivrttiiit the working class of tinotlii'i' mi lion. Tin' rivnl armies would meet I nml. although tin- men who faced ; oiii'li other liml 110 iiuilii'i' except junk tn increase the weight, Tim weighing season for tin- present period begun in February. To il lustrate the extent of this steal I will tnki' Chicago. Prior to the beginning o...

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 March 1907

r A TRII QUARD. Miw Young Tress Can It Protected Prom Cattlo. Very often young trees, maples es pecially, are entirely destroyed by cat tie reaching up and pulling the tops down, even when the tops would seem to be out of reach. Of course, cattle should not be where young trees are planted, especially fruit trees; but It sometimes happens that this Is not practical. When this is the case use MARKETINGS APPLES. m I ; I JiiLl j!., MULL 111 The Tree Guard. guard such as is shown in the illus tration, says Montreal Herald. It is made as follows: Take two pieces of board (such as hare come off some old building), say about Heven feet Ions, breadth be tween night and 12 inches. Leave one of thes'j boards Intact. Cut the other into three equal lengths, and nail into the top of the uncut board, as shown in the illustration. Sometimes, if the fence is high enough, a short board, the one facing the fence, can be left out and a cleat used instead. The tree, before putting up the guard, should ...

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 March 1907

I w if SCOTT COUNTY KICKER- PHICa. MArNEWubllhf. , ctkiumTo. pekyia. oojAtu. l::it..'ti'J ut tin) int iittic-.' In (iiriuuit. Vn "n l"i'bfWttr II. VM. in weunil-tluMi umll inulti t. An Ohio clergyman vu arrested Juot after marrying his thirteenth wlte. Thirteen always was an unlucky number. Theodore P. Shonts, who Is pres ently to reform the street cars of "Now York, fonorally rides. In a cab him self. Every now and then Europe de mands certain assurances that the kaiser has really lived down bit past as a war lord. British women are going back to nightcaps.. No, It Is not the kind grandfather used to drink, but the kind grandmother used to wear. Secretary Wilson of the department of agriculture Is the nestor of the cab inet and Is the only member who was one of the original group at the be ginning of Mr. McKinley's adminis tration. King Edward himself may have been much surprised when he discov ered In his speech a few knocks for the house of lords. Doubtless he will speak to the m...

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 March 1907

jt : . i "a?3 v.. ANNOUNCEMENT. Vor Count,! School aaperlstradrat, 'B. HUGH SMITH. Btfcool elwtlotn, Tuday. April 2, 1WT. ABOUND BENTON. The experience of the two Haw kins families thnt left this commu nity to make Oklahoma their home lias been sad. A letter received by John Bollinger from his daughter, Mrs. Wesley Hawkins, states that J. D their :l-year-old son died March 14. On the 15th Wesley died-, n the 16th Carlos, the l!)-year-old brother of Wesley died, and on the 17th the one-year-old son died all of the same affliction, measles and pneumonia. Mrs. WVl-y Hawkins is on her way to B-mton and is ex pected to arrive in a few days. Former Probate .Tttdgt; Leedy is back in the county in the interest of the Ueo. ;. Wright lands in Txa. .Mr. Wright was a former i' ercl.nnt ut Kelf-o and nov; hHs larut lauded interests in Texas and fwhcre. Mr. Leedy is arranging ' ii t'-ur of inspection :or persons I in this r-t-etiou who may want to irw.it. Since the artii--- o-i tLe r!it page was ...

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. — 6 April 1907

t 4 If?;' SCOTT COUNTY ftlCKER. & t i VOL. 6 BENTON, MO., APRIL A, lvu7. NO. 2i STATU rXlOX OlKIAXIKKD. Urprcsciilutives of the varioii county union of llit farmer' org anization met nt Vrl I'lnitis two Weeks ago mill created ii state org anization, .ludge .1. ti. Wciir. of lllltlel' county. Was cho-ell plcsi dent: X. II. Siinmiitf. of Ihiiiklin coiinly. vice-president ; .lolin I'.nr- lull, of Howell county tlgellt. Mini .1. W. Pisher. o isippi county, organizer. AIMMT STOCK WATKKMXti. Tile average eili.eli doe Hot till-ller-tllllll tile gallic of slock water ing ii- practice by our Napoleon., of I- llllllll prove loml Hie ipce. It I nlWIiy HIV mill ilvl. jf, to liinke matter pliiiu to my rend- speculator er.-.llllil tndo till I tt-c liotlie llltls- businc . tuition- and .-niiill uiu- of money Miss-'that call l.e lllltlel -loud. Til" liver iiigr eilieii Int.- no more idea of l!u MOW Aliol'T TIIH PANIC.' So lnnir lis ii fellow I dead illld lie iloen'l know it it iloul mutter. I l...

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. — 6 April 1907

B SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. iroad tikis niidio Hint, Wf PHIL? A. HAFNER, Publisher. " f B?"i lUMCMFTIOIt. PS MAR. IIOOCASH -73 Us if if. KMi-ikI ttl tint Mt uttlrt! In IMMit-n. ' " kVtirimt II. MS. nr. mhim.N-Um "'"II ui.il''1'- As each day dies a new disaster'! born. Missouri mules have been sent to Alaska. Reindeer will soon be looking fr new positions. The average man has from 15 to 20 pockets In h'.s clothes, and about $2.SS in them altogether. Japan Is rather Imposing on good nature by sending 631 coolies to the United States on one ship. English ladles. It Is said, are wear ing nightcaps quite generally. And English gentlemen quite generally are taking them. Another bad thing about profanity Is that sometimes when a man Is mad dest he can't think of the most effec tive thing to say. Wh... a terrible woilS this world would De If we were not permitted to hire lawyers to tell us when to refuse to answer questions. "A woman should train her husband as one trains a mule," says Carrie Ca...

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. — 6 April 1907

PRINO CARK Of APIARV. una PraraliSlnna -WhI. Ii ahnulri ha Taken to Protect leu. Bees will do better If they are pro tected In some way after being set Irom tbe cellar. Winter cases have been recommended for this purpose, and they are good, but expensive. Re , cently, however, tarred building paper has beon used, with very satisfactory results. In somo cases the whole hive, except the bottom, has been wrapped In the paper, but it makes it neces sary to remove the covering every time the hive Is to be opened. I have, therefore, devised a different way of , rtJTNAM FADELESS DYES cost but 10 cents pr package and color mora goods fester and brighter colon. , There Is always room for a man of force, and he makes room for many. A Natural Remedy GurfieM Test It Is made of iimple Herb. Take it for consti pation, indiie.tlon, ulck-hesditche: it reg ulates the liver, purifies the blood, brings Good Health. The average woman makes a stren uous effort to discover her husband' faults for the pur...

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. — 6 April 1907

iii M3 . 11,1 " ' ' ' ' ' 1 ' l ' i r'KOM ON AN. I KHOM . KK1.SO. FUUM MORLKV. FROM MeMULLIN. I fSSSSSESSSSSSSSSSS- THE W. t T. I'. IXS'iTITTK. The W. C. T. V. are holditu,-nn institute here. This oriitiiization is fomposed ehiefly of ladies ami has neeotnplished iiiucli. lint to tin- tlu-ir victories upiH'tn only as spnsinntic as tlieir flit luisittMiii . ' The politicians ami lawmakers have decreed that a ood mother is not as capalilc of lull citizenship as a worthless white or black saloon hum, ami women an- not allowed a voice in elections. Hence the wo- lames P. Ilanney. of MeMullin. was in town Monday and met many former iieiuaintetiauce who ex tended to him the ulad hand. While here he visited the public .school Ajreiit lhildrih;c, of the Iron Mountain, will occupy the K. P. IJaves house vacated by Henry Clay and will j to housekeeping. Mr. The church was neat and clean Sunday. The yoniiK ladies who did the scrubbing for the Kaster service were the Misses Louis..' Felter. Ret...

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. — 13 April 1907

J SCOTT COUNTY in VOL. 6 BENTON. MO.. 3, 1907. NO. 2: TIIM DATK FIXUl.i. 1 UonKKVKIr VS. II A KIM. MAN. ' Again ii date has been li.sed fur Inning llit'ni.-t week thr 'iuitt r. , (lit! beginning of tin trials of Moy has been uinusvd pfi-hit I should , er. I lay wood mid IVttihone. tin say disgusted ovi;r the liooeelt-i ollleinls of tin- Western I'Vderutiotii llnrriintin row. It seem tlinl Mi i.ackixc imiwn h rem w IMitiv 1 ll.'iL'iiiini lii hi- In.-! liKTitltnt-n o Tin- In dustrial Kcpitlilii' Citoti Sinclair used tlit- billowing language to thoc of Miners in jnil in Idtil hargcd llarrimuii. tin- niilrond kinir. hu. w outrun mm tin ttu. IIUII..I..I. ..I' ..1 .1 !,.e St in 1 11. ii.L'...t tin. 1. 1. ..ill. .11I In 1I1 1 wi mini In tin- '"' dest I'li.V rd ; l llll II. I. 1111 I... 1 1. .'.lull 1 .1.1.1 11 1 .1' ..1. -1111111 I." n cnhurg. Tlir trinl been set to that tin president refued to do. begin May !l. 1 And that, of coure. i iinpardoii- This i. a most rr niarktililr case altlr. ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
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