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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 27 July 1907

SCOTT fcoUNTY KICKER. mmtmrnm, w caw aierta n m rm ",Y Mnui U ML M mcb1m BkU B Mo.. UUW, A tea-dollar bijl In the contribute bo.t li patting st ran ?o. You will find out eventually that you v.-lll eventually be found out. It la always easy by agreeing with her to make a woman change her wind. The horse will always be noceatary If only to haul automobiles to the re pair shop. Cranberry growers have organized a trust. It will le a sort of feeder for the turkey trust. A nice, comfortable sort of wlfo to have Is one who doesn't want tc buy your ties for you. Why shluMnyboir"cornmlt sui cide when It Is co cay to meet the' fcol that recks the boat? A Washington scientific sharp now sys that It Is healthful to :at green fruit. All boys knew that. Kaiser Wtlhelm '"ill he glad to get the Carnegie library. It will be a good place to store ammunition in. Chief wTfeymeans "well but he really ought to have learned that the antl-pl.; joke antedates his administration. Thread has increased In pric...

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. — 27 July 1907

it I SB Irs. Earn Stolt, of Appleloi, Wisconsin. 'U neighbor, ndvtstcTmt to utt Ptruna, morgan to mp,vve at one." gKiiiilPs mmWwmlm& mwmmmmmmmm mmmmmmwmmwmShA :UBBBgBB MBS. KM If A BTOLT. Mrs. Emma Stolt, 1009 Oneida St, Ar pleton, Win., writes: "Peruna has done me n. crrpnt "M nl pood tlnce I began taklnjr It and I am always glad to speak a pood word for It. "Three yenrs ago I was In n wretched eonAMonMibMckMches,bearingdowK pfs,arji at times was so sore and lame that I could not move about. I had In fiummatlon and Irritation, and although I used different remedies they did we bo pood. "A neighbor who had been wsinjr Pe runa advised rac to trv It. and I am rind that I did. I bepun to Improve as soon an I took it and 1 Mt luuch better. "I thank you for your Urn remed v. It U certainly u gooseaa to tick women, Catairh of the Internal Orcans. Miss Theresa iiertles, White Church, ico., write: "I suffered with catarrh of the stotnv ach. bowels and Internal ortruns. Everv. thing I at...

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. — 27 July 1907

''SI mi i?, .5- f r M1' AROUND BENTON. At a picnic at Crowder last week, fluy Cooksey was "run in" by Dep uty Sheriff John Lee, of Morley, for ninuiui: ti "jet-rich-qnick" game. A justice of the yieaee made lriru "divide up" with the state to the extent of about $W. Not beiug n Socialist, this did not please him. Muy is a Denuvrnt. He was form erly secretary of the Oran Fair and 'ilitor of the Citizen. Oeortre Ulneckof the New Ham liuru fOttlfiiif ut. was heie Wednes Happenings in and Around Oran. I was amused at several traveling salesmen the other day. They wanted to make out their reports to their employes. They could man age to get the phraseology right, but could not spell the simplest word correctly and would call upon one another as to the correct method. Finally, to the great relief of the gentlemen, one of the party pro duced a pocket dictionary. Evi dently their education along that day with his arm in a ding. , i"e had been sadly neglec cc . seems llil (Hill Jit II ?illll...

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. — 3 August 1907

i SCOTT COUNTY -KICKER. VOL. 6 BENTON, MO., AUQUST 3, 1907. NO. 3 13 HAYWOOD FREE ! Labor Wins First Great Battle With Cap italism. Moyer Released on Bond. Defendants all Happy.Pettibone Held and His Trial Set for October.-Cost of Haywood Trial Was $270, 000.00.A Review of this Now Notorious Case. "State of Idaho against. Win. I). 'Haywood. We, the jurors in the valbove titled ease, find the defen dant, Win D Haywood, not guilty." Such was the verdict of twelve men whose inclinations and lean ings were hostile to the great labor leader of the west. By this I mean that there was not a labor unionist or Socialist on the jury, nor was there but one man who worked for wages and he was a foreman or boss. And their minds toad been poisoned by a lying press and a hostile public sentiment all of which had to be overcome by con vincing evidence. I confess that I was not expecting such a verdict, for I hud come to believe that cap ital was ull-powerful. I know that it bribes congress, legisla...

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. — 3 August 1907

PHIL. A. HAFNEB. PuWshtr. ' stmcBirniaTf b tiac. mm casb. BnMKd at tb po oce la Beatoa. Mc Mnin 1L m, u teconiKlu raU mnltar. "Tkere't nothing In this world worso than smoking;," says a physl don. How about chewing? Dr. Parkhurst remarks that he has nothing to say about anything or any body. We all crow wiser as we grow older. Tac world is going to break all rec ords In gold mining this year, and there's no yellow journalism in that prediction. A California man has a chicken that talks like a parrot. This ono thing would reconcile some people to hilling any animal. The prosperity of Cty-ttmny Is said to be "amazing." The kaiser Is a great business manager, as well as a musician, an artist and a poet. The announcement that J. Plerpont Morgan Is to Invest 14,000,000 more In art Indicates that he might attempt to bull the ancient treasure market. Stuyve3.mt Fish has given his daugh ter, Marion, $1,000,000 as a wedding present. She should not have to worry about the expenses of housekee...

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. — 3 August 1907

'11 J HORTICULTURE GRADES OP NURSERY STOCK. Ivsry Nurseryman Hat Hit Own Methods of Classification. There are no established grades of nursery stock, every nurseryman hav ins hit own way of grading. Some put out extra heavy trees which car respond to the No. 1 grade of others and In this way are able to quote prices which are seemingly tow. As a rule, eastern nurserymen make mure grades than do those of the west. All the grades that some make are one, two and three yeara old, says Farm nnd Home. Most nurserymen grade according to height, while some uso both height and diameter. The ago grade Is misleading because if the trees make a light growth the first year they are cut back strongly and, SUCCESSFUL HORTICULTURE. Well-Graded Trees. then making a good growth, arc put. out according to the age of the top. The different grades of apple trees made by some nurseymen are shown In the cut. They are 2 to 3 feet, 3-4 feet, 4-5 feet, 5-6 feet, 6-7 feet and 7-8 feet. All trees are headed at...

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. — 3 August 1907

AROUND BENTON A state bank examiner discovered a shortage of $1,200 in the Blod gett Bank. He came here and ttwore out a warrant charging Per cy Kesling, the cashier, with em bezzlement. Sheriff Gober arrested Kesling and he was released under $2,000 bond. Kesling has made the shortage good. He has always borne a good reputation and it is thought that he took the money with the intention of replacing it without being discovered. K. H. McCommick, of the Sand, was here Tuesday. He will have a sale ol his personal property Au gust 31 and lctuni to the old Ken tucky home where, lie ni. laud lords arc not so oppressive. A. M. Heeb. of Chaffee: Charles Schitler, of Kelso, and -1. K.Allen of Ornn, were tkt to repot t in Uenton Monday. Matt Ros-s. and Mrs. .Mat tic Scott came over :rom Commerce Wednes day to visit her son Chester, who is in jail. County court meets Monday. Con tests have been riled aijraiust nloou petition? from Ornn and Perkins. Snrry Arnold, win of Mr. and Mis. Mais-n Arn...

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. — 10 August 1907

SCOTT COUNTY KJCKER. VOL. 6 BENTON, MO., AUGUST 10, 1907. NO. 39 Observations by the Kicker. Corruption the Result of System and Not Men. People Themselves Responsible. The people complain a grout deal -about the treachery and crooked ness of our public officials, and yet the people alone are responsible for i these conditions. We condemn in oti fiftiitfnl ovnittli' ulint. up. nlit'iutlv- es, do and approve right at home provided it in "our side" that does it. It is an old saying that a stream nairAt tiunu altfivn ita unllt'cp. nllfl the source of all governmental pow- er is the people. And if an official accepts power conferred upon him by questionable methods, it is not for you to complaiu if that official sees no wrong in discharging his rntv in ii ntiestionable wav. However,' it is not the people so much as the system that is rotten. As a rule men do not get offices be--cause of their fitness, but because of their unscrupulousness and their willingness to serve certain business ...

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. — 10 August 1907

ssHtY&'fj (CTtfHPPHF!woTPRwatHssHtw m m m UP pas 1:1. I.? V k. NV r it SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. PHIL. A. HAPNm. PaWUMr. "iPMOttfTtWI. f T1AB. tlWjM"'- Si.tiJ the port oSteu la Uentoa. M.. kritT Ik UU. M neood-cMM mXl vuxivt. The baker's supply of bread de pends upon how much he kneads. At Rhelms, Franco, "portable bath' tubs tilted with hot water are deUv ired to order. Mr. Roosevelt uses strong language, but he never r.wears, although he is writer and maker ot profane history. King Alfonso, who has taken to golf, may have considerable trouble In keep ing his caddie conned Into the belief that Alt Is hanging on to his job by divine favor. Surely the era of kindness and com passion, It not the actual millennium, has arrived when the automoblllst veritably stops to pick up his victim and carry it to a hospital. Green apples give the small boy cholera morbus, and we have some times seen an editor afflicted with a painful touch ot mental cramps from eating the sour fruit of wisdom. One ...

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. — 10 August 1907

7 T ,f WAITINQ FOR THI PUtf.. unftttr Htf NiiMn to Expoi "em.thlnt Weula Happen." Aa oil RentlMDBB, rather portly and clad iB'ft.ioKMrwiwt'-yabthtal.talt ,o llkht'ttay'fldiiBef,slkC 'Vai bench la the park enjoying tha.dajr, reiatcs tha Womaa'a Home Companion. "Whafa the matter, sonny?" he' asked a amall urchin who lay on the grass Juat ocroii th6 walk and tared intently. " "Why don't you go and playr. -Ooa't .wanter," the boy replied. "But It la not natural," the old gen tleman. Inalated, "for a boy to be a aulct. Why. doa't you run about?" " "Oh, I'm Juat waltlBV the lltUc fel low answered. "I'm Juat awaltln' till you get -,.' A aaan painted that wen about fifteen mlautcs ano." "doing tame." Two of our colored brethren were engaged la heated argument. Tho "retort courteous," without the quali fying adjective, had been pasted and returned.' Suddenly the larger of the two moved up aggressively. "Yuh nygah. youhl If Ah Alt yuh, Ahtu a-goln' to l:nock yuh no fah dat der ain't no rail r...

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. — 10 August 1907

lis? 4 I! if.. el I . 12 COUNTY COURT DOINGS. County court met Monday in regular session.' The dramshop petitions were laid over until Mon day, when they will be taJuu up in the order filed. Other business transacted was: MONDAY. Aside from pauper allowances there was allowed: R. L. Miller, lumber and road work,$37.76; U. P. Haw, county physician, $62.50: Moore and Stubbleneld, road grad er, $121.45) J. G. Kluge, road work, $25; Chas. Hewing and John T. Boss, road work, $35.75; Chas. Rahmiller, bridge lumber, $18; Wm. Unnerstall. bridge work, $15; G. S. Cannon, inquest fees. $61.99; John Lee, deputy sheriff. $13; George Sherer. road work, vj.oo: v.nas. Kertranu, repairs on engine, $3; Missouri Training scnool tor Boys. $30; School for Deaf and Dumb, $24.75; U. H. Smith. Conuty School Superintend- ent. $20!?..")0: JoeMackley. bridge, $240; John Steel, road work. $51. C. H. Shoemaker appointed jus tice of the peace at Perkins. New road petitioned by John T. Boss et al., continued. TUE...

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. — 17 August 1907

I a. I I '-V .7 . SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VOL. 6 BENTON, MO., AUQUST 17, 1907. NO. 40 WORKS THE OTHER WAY. Up to yesterday, the Frisco had Htiled 102 car loads of Dunklin connty watermelons out. The prin cipal part of the shipment have been from Maiden, McGuire and Clark ton. Prices have been high, rang ing from $110 to $160. Good mel ons are easily bringing $140 on the track. The shipments go to Chi cago, Indiana and even further east, principally. There are a number of buyers up the road, and they had not formed their usual combine, up to yesterday. Dunklin Democrat. . Not and I reckon they haven't "combined" up to today! It so happens that, in Scott county at least, the other fellows have caught en to this combining business and headed the buyers off by forming a little combine of their own. This combine if called the formers' anion, and melon prices are "up." Over at Mot-ley, when a few hun dred baskets of eauteloupes had been marketed at a fair price the buyers began to talk about...

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. — 17 August 1907

I' 8 it ; it re r i ft W. SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. NHL A. HAPNER. PeftHsfMf. WMCMMI , HI T1AK. II CAIM. . Kile red M tba port oe la Betiuin. Mo.. Mntn 11. 1M. u iscoad-elMi mull luittiw. Grand achievements till of nobility. alone girt) The condor can lust 40 days and the eagle 28 days. Love may be a novel antidote for the divorce evil, but It ought to be tried. There ought to be gome good way to get rid of the anonymous letter writer. "A bashful lover is much to be pitied," says a Kansas exchange. More than the girl? United State nub-treasuries are be coming noted chiefly for losing money In a way that no one can discover. There are men who will agree with the Cairo minister that kissing is a source of great danger. Often it leads to marriage. Now they are having a severe drought In Jamaica. About the only thing the Jamaicans have to be thank ful for Is the loss of Swettenham. A Texas Judge rules that a table fork Is not a deadly weapon. We believe that In Texas the fork is re garded as...

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. — 17 August 1907

T Dtfieata. In uffalo ttpt I Parmer Raaftfanta Invltad. Tha beautiful white marble than trtctet by the atate of New York in Niagara iquare, Buffalo, N. Y., to the amory of President McKlnley, Is to v iormuy ueaicaiea muraaay, Sept. I, and the event will be the central feature of Buffalo's Old Home Week, ept 1 to 7. Former residents of Buf falo and the public at large are cor dially invited to attend the dedication. The McKinley monument was planned and executed under the direction of a commission of prominent men, at a cost of 1160,000. Gov. Charles E. Hughes, with his military staff, will take part In the ceremonies and Presl dent Roosevelt and former President Grover Cleveland have been Invited to attend and speak. Military parades will be a feature of the occasion. MONDAY UNIVERSAL WASH DAY. Rtcognlxsd as Such Ovtr Almost All the World. TThy docs nearly all the civilised world wash clothes on Monday? What baa Monday to do with washing? It was originally the moon's day and was sac...

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. — 17 August 1907

Attention - Odd - Fellows! Are you interested in a Scott County 1. O.O. F. Association? If so, come to Benton, Mo., on SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1907, at 10, A. M. IX A TKillT PLACE. As a horse-trailer Louis Leprand is not a suei'ess. Neither is Char ley Hughes. On Ait gust 1 Louis was driving toward ;i ew Hamburg with his wife itt a wagon. Charles Hughes, living on the New Ham burg anil Chaffee wind, met them at the SH-hoen hill and iir-ked Louis if he did not want to trade his mule for a horse to match the one he was driving with a mule. Louis said "So." Hughes started. on. stopped and again ptoposed a trade. Louis turned in his seat and asked if the hore was sound. Hughes said he was sound as a dollar, and would guarantee him to be so. They traded. Louis says that before he rraehed tue top oi me mil ne n.-'ovrei , ,i(.j r that the horse had no wind. Next motning Louis took the1 horse back to Hughes and wanted his mule. Hughes said he had sold j the mule to his brother -John near Maced...

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. — 24 August 1907

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VOL. 6 BENTON, MO., AUGUST 24, 1907. LINCOLN'S PROPHESY. Fifty Year Ago the Qreat Commoner Predicted the Very Conditions that Exist Today. As s slap at the negroes, the Georgia senate passed a law pro viumjf tnai in oraer ro vote, anv man must pay taxes on $500 worth or property and be able to read and 5A - 1 m . t . wrue paragrapn 01 me state or federal constitution, or he must be a descendant of a man who fought in a war in wwch the United States or the Confederate States have been 'engaged. Notice how carefully thev have planned to shut out the negro. mere are doubtless many negroes in the state who own their own homes, and would be nualifled vot ertauder the property requirements fc who cannot read and write the r-constitntiona'l paragraph. Likewise there-are many educated negroes who have not the necessary amount or property. On the other hand, the white men who cannot qualify under either clause of the first pro vision, because they cannot read or write, a...

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. — 24 August 1907

if 1'V . i ? .4V I -It I a. lit Ift. fr Ft (a 1 ! Mi I' hsr- 3& si. SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. PHIL. A. HATHIB. PttMISHaf. Stau-rtd u tM toM omt la ktm. H. Mmn my mco im sou use. What this country needs is de natured automobiles. Altonio may visit South America. It that a sign the baby la crying nights? Social maneuvers are souietlinca Im portant la army llfj as well as mili tary tactics. A Massachusetts man has eloped with his mother-in-law. Or has been eloped with by, move probably. Germany Is rapidly catching up. They have had over 1.300 nutomobllo accidents over there during the past six months. No more" Injunction can stop a free American froit. remarking that the suit against the snuff trust is nothing to be sneezed at. It was only right that the New York policeman who Is worth only $500,000 should retire from the force and give others a chance. A Massachusetts man started on his wedding trip without knowing where he was going to land. That is the way most men start when they ge...

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. — 24 August 1907

. i4' D,uht Ah It Kind Fattier My dear, it yofi want food huiband, you juit marry Mr. Goodboy. 1 am quite ture that ha la reaHy devoted to you. The Girl I am truly glad to hear you aay to, papa. But are you quite, quite lure? ' Kind Father Poiltlve, my love, pos itive, l'te been borrowing money of him for ill monthi, and he stilt keepi coming here, 10 It'i ell right, lt'a a!! right Be loves you! The extraordinary popularity of fine white goods thia aummer makes the choice of Starch a matter of great Im portance. Defiance Starch, being free from all Injurious chemicals, la the only one which is ssfte to use on fine fabrics. Its great strength as a stlffener makes half the usual quantity of Starch necessary, with the result of perfect finish, equal to that when the goods were new. Nothing to Wear. Benhom He la a very generous fellow. Every time he meets any of the boys he says: "Come and have omething; everything Is on me." Mrs. Benham That's the reason there's nothing on his wife. CH...

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. — 24 August 1907

I. ft" 1 1 51' t 0 .i. n ii St hi 5i 1, TO SUBSCRIBERS. The response to the call in last week's Kicker has been very satis factory. Of the 150 who had al lowed their subscription to lapse, about one-half have renewed. I trust that within the next week the remainder will do likewise. This week I have begun the work of adding a second story to the Kicker building. The cost will ex ceed $l,f00. I "pawned" the greater portion of my Benton real estate to the county for $1,000. The remainder I must get from friends of the paper. Help the Kicker and it will help you. Send in a dollar to pav for 100 bricks. BIG DAY FOR BENTON. On next Thursday. August '29, the people of Benton are going to put the big pot in the little one. A monster picnic, celebration and barbecue is billed for that day. On the same day the Home Mis sion Society will prepare a tine din ner. If you are not interred in picnics, come and get a good din ner. The ladies want to remove t le debt from the parsonage and will prep...

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. — 31 August 1907

1. SCOTT COUNTY RICHER. VOL. 6 BENTON, MO., AUQUST 31, 1907. NO. 4a t) D Observations by the Kicker. The Muck-Rake at Work.-San Francisco, Kansas City and St. Louis County being "Cleaned Up." Kansas City and San Francisco tbow occupy the front of the stage in the exposure of municipal cor ruption. In both cities the condi : tions are almost unbelievable. In ' both cities the rich are in cahoots 'with the saloons, police, thieves and ballot-box staffers, and the strange part of it is that newspa pers and preachers can be found to defend the rich criminals. Francis J. Haney, the famous Vproseeuter of San Francisco, says " " ! bribe-taker is not as danger 'votb a man to .the public as the 1 bribe-giver." Mr. Haney is right. ' If the bribe-taker is exposed he is done for, but the bribe-giver keeps right on going to church and Sun- day school and continues his dirty work. Mr. Haney says further: "When you have convinced the 'broadcloth financiers and highly respectable pirates that infes...

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