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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 31 August 1907

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER TIED MIL. A. hather. Pawner. FM TEAM, II tUU. Bateicd M MM poM office in Benton. Ma, ea Sekrutv It. MM. M itoDdtlMO uM ratf- m Belgium has banished absinthe, bat King Leopold remains. A BrooKlyu man became deaf while tiling tht telephone. Lots of us would like to. Dr. Isaac K. Funis says that crime Is like smallpox. Arc you vaccinated against burglary? A woman out in Kansas has hatched cut 1,300 chickens already this year but can she love them all? China wants the exclusion act modi fled, but can it show us any effec tive navy by way of argument? The ccal supply will last 200 years, at leait, according to statisticians. That's another worry off our minds. Since Marie Corellf disapproves of men so seriously, they may have to be exterminated to spare her poor nerves. An Indiana judge has decided that snoring constitutes an unlawful dis turbance of the peace. He probably sleeps near a thin partition. A New York banker Is having a glass house built, thus breaking all...

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. — 31 August 1907

WW httv pat ran pAr. At Hut, He Hid Vfad Cnly What tnt I - Doctor Ordered. A Philadelphia physician says (hat not long ago ho wag called to see an Irishman, and among other directions told him to take on ounce of whisky thtee timet a day. A day or vn later he mado another vlalt and found iho nan, while not bo tick, under.Iab'v drunk. "How did this happen?" the physt clan demanded of Pat's wife, who was hovering about eollcltously. "Sure, dochter, an 'tis Just what you ordered, an' no more, that he had," Eho protested. "I said ono ounce of whisky three times a day; that could not make hlra drunk." the physician said. "Ho has bad much more than that." "Dlvll a drop more, dochter, dear," the declared. "Sure an' ol didn't know Just how much an ounce was so oi wlnt to the drug store an' asked, n' tho lad he's a broth of a boy, too told me that an, ounce was 16 drams and Pat has had thlm regular, n no more!" Harper's Weekly. FULLY UP WITH THE TIMES. Oklahoma City Surprised Narrow. Mlndtd ...

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. — 31 August 1907

THE BENTON PICNIC. ' The picnic and barbecue Thurs day was a decided success. While the crowd was very large. Old settlers were conspicuous. The cornet band did Rood Work, as did also the string band. The warm weather did not seem to in terfere with the young folks and dancing commenced early. The dinner prepared by the lad ies was splendid. mi ine various amusements were well handled and there was perfect oruer tnrougnout BROWX-JOHNSON. At the residence of Collector Chrisinon, in Benton, Thursday at 11 a. in., A. S. Brown, of Prices Landing, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Brown, of Charleston, and Miss Ora Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson, of Henson, were married by He v. M. T. Haw of .laeksou. Among those preseut were Mr. nnd Mi. E. L. Brown, Mr. and Mis. Lindsay Brown, Mr. and Mrs. ,Ut Swank. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence .lohiiyou. Mrs. Emma Moore, Wm, and Ernest .Johnson, all of Char leston, and Mr. and Mis. E. E. Brown and .Indue Chrismou. of Price Lauding. Aftnf ili, i,.),...

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. — 7 September 1907

if if Mi a- VOL. 6 BENTON, MO., SEPT. 7, 1907. NO. 43 JUST BE PATIENT. Never before has the Kicker felt the necessity of Apologizing for, n scarcity of editorial rending matter but this week I've got tnf "squeal." I have more on my hands than I can attend to nnd have no time to kick. I am having built another story to the Kicker building with myself an boss contractor, and it takes up all of my time to keep things mov ing. Perhaps the building will be under roof by the time you read .this, and then I Ml breathe easier. After this work is finished I will be more comfortably situated and will be able to give you better ser vice than ever. So be patient. "When a lot of Methodists get to .gether they are as certain to tell yarns as a lot of horse traders, " says the Atchison Globe. "But their yarns concern church matters. An old preacher tells about holding ser vices one night where there was no choir. He asked u deacon to lead in song. The deacon started 'My Soul Be on Thy Guard, Ten 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. — 7 September 1907

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. whl. a. mm. SMWra MIMIM Sk IB . " hMHf U. ML M ItclMe U MUM. It ts tfce mtn who it not afraid of the present that need not fear the fit-tar. A New York woman gave onloai thA credit for her 107 years. In onion there la strength. If you want to be told that nmokln? does not hurt you. go to a doctor who USCS th(! Wf.e-ll. A right to run down the rest of the world dots not go with the purchase of an automobile. Mark Twain can tell his Jokes for CO ctnt3 a word, but what does he do when he wants a nickel? Paris Is thinking of building "get off the earth" subways for pedestrians. This Is the automobile age. The new ten-dollar bills appear to be the most popular yellow-backed literature ever rut on th market. A St. Louis man has Jun married because he was dared to. Some men will risk anything rather than take a dare. TOO HOT FOR IMMEDIATE 031. i5 HANNA AND 6 HURT CAR ORIVIN BV LATE SENATOR'S GRANDSON HITS WAGON. FIVE IURIED IN THE DEIRIS The Injured re Rescued After Ha...

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. — 7 September 1907

KNSIBLE POULTRY HOUSE. Dttcrlptlon of On "..commanded by Prof. Jamil I. Rica. After studying all kinds of poultry bouaea Jrof. James E. Rice ot the de partmeat ot poultry husbandry ot Cornell university xecommenda for the latitude and climate ot New York State a Building 12 feet wide pnd 24 feet long divided Into two pens each 12 feet square. For keeping larger flocks the house may be made contin uous, which greatly reduces the ex pense over building colony houses. In this case the house should be at least 16 feet wide and pena IS feet square. The house which Is shown In the Illustration Is 4 feet 11 Inches in the rear and 8 feet 7 inches in front, which Is as low as it is possible to build it without danger of bumping the head while doing the work. The house it put on a concrete foundation and has a concrete floor. The founda tion wall need not be more thai POULTRY DISEASE!. Model House of Two Pens. I to 10 Inches thick, but should stand 6 Inches above thV natural level of the land...

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. — 7 September 1907

LABOR DAY. Labor Day was more generally observed this year thari formerly. Labor is beginning to realize the importance of organization anil in the cities the demonstrations we,re particularly great. In St. Louis the parade was by far the largest ever, and more than twetity bands participated. At Cape Girardeau the parade is reported an over u mile long. At Sikeston the laborers were joined by the farmers and the dewonstra tion was particularly noteworthy- being at the Seat of Capitalism in Southeast Missouri. PROM ORAN. A CASE OF CRIMINAL INTENT Saturday Lou I'enu, a boy em ployed by an Edna livery barn, was brought here and lodged in jail ou a charge of embezzlement. Mon day he was taken before Squire Hefter Ht lllmo ami sentenced to ten dnj in jail. Wednesday of Inst week Penn drove a rij; to Oran. remained over night, and the next tnorniug brought fonie Ofoiile over to the Beutou nic- A move was made last week to have the town council grant a per mit to the Iron Mountain railway...

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. — 14 September 1907

11 WIMJ.. 1.' v. "L'L "'MIL i JiMI W .ftV mm SCOTT COUNTY ftlCKER. VOL. 6 BENTON, MO., SEPT. 14, 1907. NO. 44 Good Roads and Cheap. The Split-Log Drag, How to Make it and How to Use it in Road Building. For the good of the cause and at the request of hundreds of carriers, .-days' the R. F. D. News, we reprint .the directions for making the road drag designed by D. Ward King, of Maittand, Mo. Mr. King deserves the thanks and eneoniutns of all dwellers on the dirt roads of the country for his discovery and the generosity with which he places it without money and without price in the hands of all who will take the trouble to use it. The problem given is the soft or j-lktroad. It is "worked" occa sionally by being ploughed on each t flide and the loose dirt thrown up toward the middle making a more or less symmetrical oval sloping to the ditch on either side. In good weather when the tains are not fre quent or heavy the ruts will be cut down by the wagon traffic. In rainy Weather and in...

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. — 14 September 1907

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. PtttL A tMflfHlt PvMlthM 111 1MB. f tlML 1 Wm.1 emu i tte ml am la Wmtea. Mo., Mcun U. M. M soe lm suu aaust. City and It Milk Supply. It li remarkable that, with all the aeltement concerning pura food lawi, which haa atlrred our wide expanae of territory during the laat year, ao little, attention should have been given to' the food of the child. We hear of lawa to provide Inspection for. meat, lawa to control the aale of drugs, lawa to regulate the movement and Impac tion of vegetable products, but not one of all these Important movement! haa to do with a substance ao likely to cause widespread death, or to act aa a carrier of disease, as the one we are discussing here. Most of the foods are cooked. Milk is served raw. Most of the foods are limited In the scope of their distribution. Milk enters every household. Most of the foods give comparatively little lodgment or nutrition to evil bacteria. Milk offers both. Can there be any greater mu. nlclpal necessity th...

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. — 14 September 1907

) TfrC01iniirl WHATW.NM.CK. i TRIAD POWERS IN DAIRY. Uniform Rat of Spied Secured Un of Heavy Ply Whaal. y While the amall guollne engines adapted to running eream aeparatora have been hailed with delight by many ' dairymen, the old tread power la still very economical and reliable aource of power. With a heavy aheep, dog or the dairy herd ball, enough power can be produced to run the aeparator and churn at practically no eoat ex cept (or the tread. One dlfflculty haa been to lecuro a Good Use for the Ram. uniform rate of speed, bit tbls Is solved it a heavy fly wheel la at tached to the tread. While the sketch shows a direct drive from tread to separator, a more desirable arrange ment is to have the tread located in a room adjoining the separator room, where the milk will-not be exposed to the breath of the animal. CAUSE Of OAS IN THE CHURN. An Explanation of This Peculiar Phe nomenon In Handling Cream. Frequently in churning gas will ac cumulate after several rounds and create a p...

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. — 14 September 1907

AROUND BENTON. Linus Allen has begun the erec tion of three new cottages in the Mi'Pheeters addition that, he savg, 'will hurt your eyes Snpt. Hugh Smith has bought two lots and will build a home. The Kicker is put- tiug on n $1,700 addition; Bob Hinkle is buying material for a dwelling near the depot, and every man who eau be persuaded to work is at it and we aint got no saloon either. Miss Martha Hunter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hunter, who was taken suddenly ill, was taken to Cairo to be operated on. Appen dicitis was the trouble. Late reports from Cairo say the operation was successful and that she is improv ing. The parents accompauied her. Ex-Sheriff Joe Watkius and sou Verne, of Diehlstadt. were here mi ... a a inursaay. Mr. watkins appears in good nealth and says he is tnak mg a success of farming. He sold $;j.0o0 worth of melons off 40 acres and will again be "on top" by the end of the year. lolin F. Martin, of Charleston, bus moved into the Hutson house and taken ehiin...

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. — 21 September 1907

m to saloon. At the first fight be tween Blattel and my brother, Greer told Simon Blattel to keep off of Pfeffereorn. Greer was drunk. Blattel was sober. P. Pfeffereorn was drunk. Theo Pfeffereorn had S. Blattel down while first fight was going on. Theo Pfeffereorn was drunk." The testimony of other witnesses was very similar to the foregoiug. At the inquest Mrs. Greer, the mo ther, told the coroner and jurors that she would make no effort to prosecute that she had repeatedly warned the boy and had been ex pecting this for a long time but that the State could do as it saw fit. Tony Blattel was arrested and gave bond in the sura of $2,000 for his appearance before Squire Dan nenmueller at Kelso on the 19th. His father-in-law, Sam Diebold, arid his uncle, Prank Blattel; sign ed the bond. Monday Pascal and Abner Greer, brothers of the dead boy, arrived from St. Louis, and the burial took place at the Ancell graveyard at 4 o'clock that afternoon. JAMES GREER DIES From Blow on Head Struc...

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. — 21 September 1907

if - ' v i " - f I DRUMMER MMAWT AUt , RIGHT. . A v, -y. 800TT COUNTY KICKER. r.: WOULD- ANtMOATB. JL 1 if . ' ! 7 I: I pi til- tMtMtt U. I ft it" - Im Japanese art ta running too strong ty to the drawing of fortifications. There la a failure of the grape crop In Hungary. Perhaps thla will cheer up the French wlno growers. A scientist declares that kissing will kill freckles. Take this home and try It on your freckle-faced girl. The young woman who took her wedding trip and left her husband at home was merely starting In early to train him. Take your slate and pencil nnd fig ure it out. If the wife Is the better halt and a man marries three times, Isn't he SO In the hole? Paris Is feeling much disturbed be cause Its skyline is likely to be mar 'ed by skyscrapers. Paris overlooks the Eiffel tower, evidently. A Long Island woman says she would not take August Belmont's wotd for one dollar. Would she take one of Mark Twain's for 30 cents? To prepare the people of China for their duties...

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. — 21 September 1907

v v. IK Alt HAIL PE-RU-NA. Cattef . STOMACH CATARRH. Miss tMary O'Brlnn, 809 Myrtle Ate, Brooklyn, N. V., writes : Peruna cured me In five wtkt ot catarrh of the alamaeh, after suffering for fonr years and doctor tnff without effect. In common with other gratcfut ones who hero been benefited by your discovery, I say. All hall to Peruna." " Mr. H. J. Henncman, Oakland, Neb., writes: "I waited before writing to you about my nlcknoss, catarrh of tlio stout oca, which I hod over a year ago, "There wero people who told me it would not May cured, but I am sure that I am cured, for I do not feel uny tnore 11 le ITcu 1 8, ha ve a good u ppe t ! te a n'd am Rctlinif fat. So I am, and will say to alt, I am cured for (rood. "I thank you for your kindness. "Peruna will be our house medicine hereafter." Catarrh of the stomach Is also known In common parlance as dyspepsia, gav trltls and indigestion. No medicine will be of any permanent benefit except it removes the catarrhal condition. Gained St...

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. — 21 September 1907

I I I : IV. mm PREVENTION OF SOCIALISM. "It scents hopeless to check the spread of Socialism by education. The thing to do, however, to keep Socialism under is to increase the number of home-owners among artisans and laborers. It would be worth while for all the great companies to present every em ploye with a domfortablc home. Nothing else has been suggested which hold the -lightest "possi bility of accomplUhing such a re sult." Washington (D. C.) Po-t. This is the most astounding statement, when it is considered from whom it emanates. The Washington Post is owned by John R. McLean, who also owns, and has for a great many years owned. The Cincinnati Enquirer. He has been a prominent figure in state and national politics for a great many year. He has been his party's choice for the United States Senate from Ohio, and has been talked of as a Democratic candi 'a e for President. He is a man of very great wealth. Although his legal resi dence i- Cincinnati, he ha lived t'ir a ireat man...

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. — 28 September 1907

VOL. 6 SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. BENTON, MO., SEPT. 28, 1907. i NO. 46 1 tf (i 4 l 1 About the Progress of Our Schools. Excerpts from a Pamphlet just Issued by County Supervisor Hugh Smith , That Should Interest Parents, Teachers and Pupils. A Good Showing. '.Scott County. Our county stands as one of the most progressive of the state. Being located in the fertile valley ot tlie 'Mississippi anil traversed by Crowley's ridge, its opportunities are many, and its soils so varied that we are not compelled to depend upon one crop or product. Scott county is the banner watermelon county of the state. The Missouri Book of 1901 says we raised 4,935,000 watermelons and 20,000 baskets of cantaloupes' the previous ;ycar. Our melons this year sold as high as $l?r per car. We have 1,341 farms, covering a total of 12.,0!4 acres in culti vation. Wheat and corn are raised with good success, as shown by the state statistics. This year Scott county is third in the production of millstuffs, being excelled ...

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. — 28 September 1907

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER Mmit U. m maaSiim i Kb rum, ww w. lm wmvm. mo- Do nothing behind a man's bae that you would not do to his face. Peary evidently thinks the pole will keep, as he has postponed his expedi tion until next summer. The Chicago woman who lost $S00 in cash and Jewelry out of her stock ing ought to buy a money belt. The Washington dancing girl who bathed lu beer was merely further demonstrating her love for hops. The woman who died recently at the age of 107 and claimed that she owed her life to eating onions had a strong reason for her prolonged exist ence. An Italian duke who has no bad habits and no debu Is engaged to an American girl, but we notice that the girl's father It a multimillionaire, all the same. Duke of the Abruzzl is talking of making a balloon trip to the pole. Walter Wellman may be able to fur nish him with a diagram of the best aerial route. We have our doubts ubout Musing removing freckles, says the Nashville American, since noticing that quite a spr...

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. — 28 September 1907

HA DOUBLE CAPACITY. Lew Down Barrow Whleh It What Farmar Neede. Just The drawing allows a low down bar-ow In sufficient detail to enablo any one to make a similar one. We think that next to the low down cart it Is the handiest thing around the buildings and garden that we have, says a writer In Farm and Fireside. Its capacity Is more than double that ot the ordinary kind, and the load is much more easily put aboard. It has the advantage of getting Into close quarters where the cart would not go, and for use about the feeding alleys, the stable, the lawn and the garden there Is hardly anything that will take Its place. For the framework get two pieces of hard wood 2 by 2 inches which will project to form handles on one end and for the wheel frame on the other. At front end of box in rear ot wheel a piece ot -the same dimensions Is mortised Into the frame to hold It rig- Idly anl to make the front end of the box frame. Pieces by 1 Inches are also mortised Into the bottom of the legs, ...

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. — 28 September 1907

AROUND BENTON. FROM ORAN m I Hi. I I Sis L. N. Huff, of Sylvania town ship, wus brought hero Inst week to serve a jail sentence imposed by Judge Halo for being implicated in a hog transaction that is a very near approach to hog stealing. Huff says he helped drive a bunch of hogs that he thought belonged to the man he was helping, and that the niun gave him ten dollars and told him to keep his mouth shut, and that he later returned tue money. But he was not as fortunate as Hea ling, the Blodgett bank cashier. Huff says there is u bund of hog thieves about 50 in number uround Perkins, und the Kicker learns that warrants are out for some of them. Huff is to be the state's wituess. Later Deputy Constable Xeeley Miller arrested three men implicat ed by Huff nnd at the hearing at Oran Wednesday Huff and his sto ry fell to pieces and the cases were dismissed at Huff s cost. At the preliminary hearing before Squire Dannenmueller at Kelso, Thursday, Tony Bhittel was held in the sum of $l.oOO...

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 October 1907

SI- ' t. si SCOTT COUNTY I1ICKER. VOL. 6 BENTON, MO., OCTOBER 5, 1907. A.J NO. 47 I '9 5 A PITIFUL-WAIL. The newspapers of the mining districts are sending up a pitifnl rsil because hundreds of men are thrown out of work by the mines closing down right on the eve of whiter. These papers claim not to understand the cause. The Farm ington Times says: "For some reason not clear to the outsider the lead companies of this -county are laying off hands and stop ping work at some of their shafts. We are informed that seven shafts have already been closed and about 600 men laid off. At this season of the year, with winter close at hand, the outlook is not cheerful to the miners or other employes who have been laid off. The companies, of course, are not giving out any in formation." No; to give out information is against the rules of the game ""multiplication, 'division and si lence.' ' If the Times will step over to New York and drop in at the "exchange" it will be able to locate the storm c...

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