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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 14 June 1902

iv,ara floras I" ,1. I. ll jC A CHEERFUL QUEER. The liiiMif Lift of ceratea Is-iea la the Moaatalas of Rimailt ia aa Heal Oae. Much has been written of Qucea Elizabeth of ltouutntiln (the poet "Car men Sylvn"), one of the Interesting nnd admirable royal figure of Kuropc. The Century contains a little paper on her Bummer life in the mountains by Mme. Zoe de Bolntchano, once of her court, who gives this agreeable glimpse of her: Sometimes, at a very early hour, I could hear the queen's clear, powerful aaw' JjBasBEaiBBBBBBBBa!7aaaaaaaaaaB QUl'EN or ROUMANIA. voice caroling as joyously as a bird on awakening; or the sound of her footsteps approaching my cell would be followed by a succession of sharp little tops on the window with her parasol. I would Jump up hastily, to find It full day, ashamed to have been caught napping while my sovereign was setting so admirable an example In industry and early rising; yet I was never permitted to feel that I wan not at liberty to do us I pleased. ...

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 June 1902

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER : 'Wmmt M tkt pMtoflctin Braton,Me. OB urtttr. Published at MAfUBOAY BT Benton) Mo., every Vtah. A. Hafser, omciAt tapbii dp bcott county Subscription, frl.OO Per Year. ABOUT THE LOBBY. The proof thnt corrupt Influences have dominated affairs nt Jefferson City for the past quarter of a cen tury is bo clear that no newspaper of any standing will attempt a denial. The very best they can do is to try to shovetlie blame off on the "otlier fellow." The Republic says "the cor rupt Republican minority" i. respon sible, while the Globe-Democrat very properly charges it up to the false leaders of the Democratic party in this state who have been selling legislation in exchange for campaign funds. The 8t. Louis Post-Dispatch sup ported Bryan, Dockery and the entire Democratic ticket in lOoo. That paper is not "hide-bound" and sees that the old lobby senators and rep resentatives are again obtaining the nominations for re-election. After naming several of the lobby senntors ...

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 June 1902

SCOTT 9 COUNTY RICHER. Vol. I. BENTON, MO., JUNE 1902. 32; Slavery and Brute Luxury. How brutal Wealth Wrings Dividends from the Bodies of Tiny Children, and Squanders Wealth Upon Cats and Dogs. LOOK ON THIS PICTURE, mat Alkby MkdtTdra In Amtrlcsa FritrtUoBtet. These are American children dragged into the wills When scarcely out ot their babyhood, without education, without opportunity, being robbed of health morally and physically, forced to labor as in the days of negro slavery as negro children never were. With their baby hands these little slaves are under mining the liberties of the future, not only of the cotton operatives of the south, but ot the American working people; not only of the working people, but of the com munity in which they tor good or .evil are to play so large a part. The Cincinnati Post recently sent a correspondent through the south to Investigate the subject ot child labor, simply as a matter of news, and particularly cau tioned him not to exaggerate. Out 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. — 21 June 1902

Scott County ftklKr, Mm. a. Arw.'rMuhtft BatXTOM, t 4 MISSOURI. TOPICS OF TIB OAT. Waere Cat Am Worth fas Back. Owing to a plague of rats nml mles Wits sell nt J25 apiece In North Yu Kon territory. The Population of Hawaii. Out of tlio population of 160,000 in Hawaii nearly OO.ooo are Asiatic. 60.. 000 being .Tnpnncxc iitul no.ooo Chi nese. There are also several thou sand Portorlenns. Pan the Win. When n pirl secure clnmngen In a lawsuit lioontiM- the Jury l snld to be Influenced by her beauty she lt about as near Heaven n it Is possible 1o get without dying. What Moreno SarrtSceil. Tt is hoped King Edward appre ciates the 30-mlnute chat with J. rierpont Morgan. Mr. Morgan gave hlni several million dollars' worth of hi time and got nothing In return. The Best Missouri News By WnltltiK Twelte Mcmttia. A year acn the Doers were oiTered 8S.000.nou to restore their farms if they would ntrree to tenu of peace. 31y wuitlng Vi months they obtained S13.000.0im and a big lot 'of ltiltish to...

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 June 1902

Apropos of the CORONATION Something About th Great Ceremonial Event That Is to Occur In London on Thursday, June 26. Ai the dny for (he crowning of i King Edward VII. nnd Ills consort, Quern Alexnndrn, draws near, Inter out In the elaborate ceremonies that U to make of it one of the gorgeous how feature of the century In creases. This Interest attaches to everything connected with the event; It attaches to historic old Westmins ter Abbey, to the coronation, chair, to the people who will manage the Krcat show, nnd to the crowns nnd robes. For that reason we give be low a description of these things. VE8TiriJfsTEnAIIIIEY. tome Wanders of the straetar Where Crowning Will Take lace. The coronation will occur In Westminster abbey in about the only open chapel In that wonderful structure. Thlj chapel Is raised about Ave feet from the surrnumlitiit tlnnrnf the abbey, and is t lenst 30 feet square. It it de lls and royal coronet, nnd lined with crimson; the stole of bullion embroidery) with...

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 June 1902

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER wMnmrr II. ltH, m ntotid-dw mull tdattwi PabUahtd at Betitdn, Mo., every atoday Bt f Plat. A. Hafjceh. . orricnti papxr or acorr county Subscription, 91.00 Per Ywf. ABOUT THE" PARTY. ThU fall will occur an important election In Missouri. While it la an off year, fet the importance lies in hetheror not tie people wliiendorse Doodleism and machine rule in Mis souri. It is true that men often find it difficult to breakaway from the party they have stood by through thick and thin, but until they do this they can hope for no improvement in the affairs of government. The brand of Republicanism as taught by the modern day leaders lias no connection with the Repub licanism founded and taught by Lincoln. What would Lincoln say io the millionaire senators who re fuse to submit their election to the people direct? But in this the Re publicans are not alone. Our own dear Senator Test, as well as other Democrats, is not satisfied to trust the people. What would Lincoln say to...

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 June 1902

the Kicker Man and Prof. Schulte of the New Hamburg School, Talk the Matter Over. While at New Hamburg the other tlay the editor became engaged in conversation with Prof. Schulte, of the New Hamburg school. Prof, ffchulte is recognized as one of the best teachers in the county, and is Well posted on affairs generally. Of course the editor is always anxious to know what the people think of his paper, and he ventured to ask: "Well, what do you think of the Kicker?" "Oh, the Kicker is all right; it is a good paper," replied the teacher, ''but I cannot agree with you on the government ownership of railroads under our present system." "But the present system would be reversed." "What do you mean?" "Why, I mean that instead of rail road ownership of government we would have government ownership Of railroads: It would revolutionize the whole system and conditions would be just the reverse of what they now arc.'' "I can't see it that way." "You can't? Well, under existing conditions the rai...

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 June 1902

ott Canity -fckkr. run, a. mn, risMisMr, TOPICS OF TIB DAT. Grow lUtr at as. There Is a man in Havaut, Eaa, who, having been completely bald from the day of his birth, has now started a fine crop of hnlr at the ma ture age of 03. "Chesrfat sad HopfiL" The British treasury In "cheerful nd hopeful. Next year's revenue, It la estimated, will come within $120,000,000 of meeting expenses and the rest can he cnslly borrowed. It Cam la Harrela, John D. Rockefeller 1 foud of tell lng that he wns past 30 before he accumulated lil.x flrst $1,000. nut when wealth enme it came with a tush about 600 barrels u minute. Tti "Form" It ratailiar. Senator Hanna says: "I am not to be considered In any sense a candi date for president." Alt. but then wouldn't he take It? The form of the senator's statement Is very familiar. The Best Missouri News Seventy Yearn as Man and Wife. Mr. and Mrs. Israel D. Cotililin. of Riverside. I.. T.. have just completed TO yenrs of married life. Mr. Conk Iln will be nj ye...

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 June 1902

EXCELLENT CROP PROSPECTS IN MISSOURI. The June Crop Report of Secretary Ellis Is Words of Cheer to tk Frmers.8ectlos Director Hsckett's Weekly Billed Tells of Good Condition. COIIX ATcrtge condition now, 97 per cent; same lime last year, 77 Hc-yctiri average at thin time, 81. WIttiAT Average condition now, v'i per cent.; one month uffo, 0; one jctr ago, 8.1 five-year nvernge, 73. OATS Average comlitlon now, 8 per cent.; one niimlli ngu, .10; flvo year average, 79. Acreage is pPP cct, below Inst yenr. POTATOES Avenge condition now, 00 per cent. live -yen r average, HO. " Columbia, Mo., June Irt. Secretary George U. Kill of the Missouri state board of agriculture gave out to-dav his .Tunc crop report. One hundred nnd eleven counties out of 114 are the Imsls of the fame, nnd Mr. KIIIh la quite julillunt over the conditions Miuwn to exist in Mhsnurl. All the principal cron, except apples, show tin Improvement over last month, nnd the genernlly fnr above the nr ernge for this time of the...

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 June 1902

.'Pa vT BCOTT COUNTY KICKER , Kkttml ftt the paitoffliTlu Denton, Xlo., on ltmir.Y tl. ItWi. Mrond-i Iiimi mnll matter. BSBSBSBS51 1A iJS ft, Fnbllslfctf nt Benton, Mo., every hATtTRoiY n -: Phii,. A. Hakner. timi'lAb VAVKfl OV BCtJTf" COUNTY Subscription, fl.oo Per Yfttr. A Son For The Farmer. Lot the fnrnU'r lUtt ami plow He need only it livlnjr niiyliovr. If crops arc pwd tlie price lit low, Ilecnnuot "corner, "as you well know. If crops ore bail, he's notliinjr to sell, Anil for all that he buy lie must pay well. Tuxes fall line niul these he Must pay 'Lest tlw collector tukedliis property away. Tho mortage keeps pace with the taxes assessed, And tliuslstliefarinerforcverblesscdi Let the farmer d'ff and plow He needs only a living anyhow. Iiet the farmer dig and plow He needs only a living anyhow. He sticks to the party and votes 'er straight, Kxpecting to reduce his Interest rate. Taxes, too. he expects to li'tit down, And on 'toction day you'll mid him in town. He puts in his ...

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 July 1902

SCOTT VOKI. BENTON ' Ma. .1111 V A laino " " " -wf f w mm w w i r j fst-trBt COUNTY KICKER. No. 34. Single Tax View of Trust Question. the Causes that Lead to a Universal Trust ana, iii the end to Socialism. The Remedy. mwuw ri ivit ill ii hi; We recognised that there mhrht be mieh n thing as a good trust. There tnlght be commercial combination! that would reduce prices by econ omising. They would indeed displace men, as machinery and other labor- saving methods do; but under Just ana normal conditions, there would be abundant opportunltes fornll who were displaced. Immediate demands for them In kindred occupation Would constantly exceed the supply. Such trusts would tend to improve social conditions, instead of making them worse. Those are the kind of trusts which our pro-trust friends hare in mind when they defend the trust. But In fact there is not snch a trust lu existence to-day, and under prevailing industrial conditions there can be no such trust. The trust question as it fac...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 5 July 1902

Scott County ticker. rmu a. UAnmrn, raMisfcat, !MCtfKHOIOtOIOICIOIOtC)3!MCOtCiCI JULY. 1902 4i3 9:. UaT ! 1 mi. tm .mjtnt m. ui. 12 3 4 5 j 20 21j 22 23 ,24 25 26 27 28 29 30j3T ..77i TOPICS OF THE OAT. Irrigation In India. Tn liullii M.ooo.ooo nercs of land have been tvcliiimed unit rendered highly fertile by niennn of Irrigation. Premier Wn formerly a Prlrat. Mr. Combes, the new French prime minister, vns formerly u priest anil, ns the real executive, will now be charged with the enforcement of re cently passed statutes which will drive half of the priests from France out of the count rv. Happenings in Missouri CnrneRle'a IIT.OOO.OOO In nifta. Andrew Carnegie's gifts now aggre gate $117,000,000. Of that vast sum about $X2,ooo.ooo may he charged to xne i mteu Mates anil fl.1,000.000 to j Scotland. Hut he will hove to ge ' away many more millions before he 1 ?nn die n poor man. rnblinao n Itemed- for tlrankriinrna. Cabbage is an old cure for drunk enness. The Kiryptlans ate It boile...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 5 July 1902

as HE Liberty Boys art ud ana out: They're hen with a rong ana therewith a inouti They're here In a flath and there In a flame, And they fleer and Jeer at King Oeorge'i name. The Tcilcs may bluster and flutter ar.d frtt, liut the Liberty Hoys will beat them yet And the chief of the Boyi It Robert Sallette. nobtrt Ballet le hit limbs are long. And hie good right arm It uncommonly ttrong. He ride like n centaur, he twlm like n flah; And tht Liberty Uoyt will rite at hit wlihs And the Torlea have never a chance to forget The natflc and the fame of Robert Balletic. There' a geniltman Tory, rich and otdi lit ha bought up acre and hoarded up gold. He tit In hit houte nem making a no!. For fear of a, vlult from the Liberty Boy. And he tay aloud: "A price f wllltet On the head of this traitor, Robert tllette. 'Oh. Governor Wright It mild and kind, And justice and mercy art much to hi mlcd; But a hurther vole than hi ihould bt heard To "nhoM the caute of King George the And to tlief.ee this ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 5 July 1902

"sr' SCOTT COUNTY KICKER .J 3 4 t 1 Mr B5 r.Hm at tho pmtofltailn Benton, Mn., on rbtry 14, tm, aa mcobiMsm biiUI matter. Published nt Benton, Mo., every SATURDAY HY PHIL. A. HAFNBH. OFFICIAL PAPKR 0 SCOTT COUNTY 8ubscriptioit( fl.OO lVr Year. THE FOURTH OP JULY. In the boyhood dnys ot the elltor the celebrations of the Button's birth day were quite different to what we hnve now. In those days there seem ed to lie some real patriotism afloat. It wasn't a horse rare here, a wheel of fortune there, a ball game yonder, and a flow of liquor generally. It was regarded as a solemn day n day of reverence a day on which the citizens were reminded of the suffer ings ot their fathers that their child ren might 1 free. The first celebration the editor at tended in Scott county was about a quarter of a century ago. It was held at Rocky Uranch, jnat north of Oran. It was a county nffair and everybody was there. We well re member Uncle Alex. Wright, Joseph Anderson, Reese Applegnte and Dr. t razo...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 12 July 1902

t - .1 .Li SCOTT COUNTY KICKER Vol. I. BENTON, MO., JULY 12, 1902. No. 35. Phelps a Delegate to the Democratic State Convention at St. Joseph. 0 The Great Democratic Leader Refuses to be Dumped, and Makes a Speech. The Machine Hard Hit. Rentier, yon linve been told that ' Col. Win. H. Phelps, the Missouri I'nclfic lobbyist, Is "out of politics." A grout deal of noise is nlso made nbout mi alleged "Fhelps-Korens agreement." The two stories do not harmonize, yet both originated in the St. Louis lti'imblic office or in tho ofHeo of Democratic headquart ers. With the ordinary man not fa-' miliar with tho ways of politicians, iill this may seem u little: purlin?, but there is nothing strang about it to one familiar with their methods. Tlie trouble is that Phelps will piny second fiddle for no one. He lends or he don't play. For years nn Inter-party warfare has been going on between Phelps and Stone for party leadership. Phelps had railroad passes and Stone had tho confidence of the rural...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 12 July 1902

Scott County Iftfcer. imM!y.moijjijij(.iuji,'i.!jio,'ie:e 1102 JULY. 1902' wi. ioi. tra mTiti ni. m. i 1 2 3 4 5 j II J jEijo Tl ill 20 21 22123124 125 126" 29 30131 S27 28 $ Ji I I 1 Hi TOPICS OF THE DAY. Happenings in Missouri. Hare rilmbril the Monument. More than y.ooo.DOO people liave as fended the Washington 11101111 incut since It win opened, 14 years ago. Cllnmtlc Versatility. There I no limit to the posslbIM ties of a country Unit van have snow tonus lu June a ml sunstrokes in January. Those ftniolip-Clonds. Vor every time he fill, a pipe of medium ie a smoker blown 700 smoke-clouds. If he smokes four pipes a iJay for SO years, he blows 20,-i 10,000 smoke-clouds. What We Are Co nil 11 u To. A Freneliman has eompleteil an In ntion which does away with the Hash, the smoke and the sound when n eaunou is lired. Now if they will pet rid of the bullet war will be per fectly lovelv. So lllfTrrciieo In the Cnt. The dlu"er-nee between perity phlitis anil appendicitis seems to be tha...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 12 July 1902

HOW SHORT THE SPACE I Ifbw short the nmcct How much to dot How few and brief the days of nun I Bo much to learn of false and true And only three-score year and tcnl Bo.llttlc time to do things well. bo much-to vr- much to know! And while we labor In our cell Tne years do not forget to go. 80 mar.y things that we might learn. If only time would ttay tt: tide, am one again our youth return To keep the shadow from our tide. rlU !,.hl.wh!" wrnot b canhot. W II do the little that We may. At a in teme tlme-lgnurlng spot 1 crnajis find what we lose to-day. -I-rank II. Sweet. In Ram'i Horn. marieta By LENA BLINK LEWIS. I TltK the the 1 hunt! organ moved on around the corner, and the swoet voice pretty Itnllnti clrl wan only a memory to moat of us. but not to the old profvHxor. Herr lltjt wn en thuslnstlc, nnd that In the wny Mnrl eta catnc to be n pupil nt one of the moat exclusive schools for girl In the ciist. I remember ao well the day alie enme to us. Old Glto brought her, nnd idie clun...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 12 July 1902

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER Knttnd itt ttM pant offlc In naton, Mo., on Fibraarr 14, l0t, u ononU-claM mull mMter, Published nt SATURDAY BY Benton, Mo., every Pmt.. A. Havxkb. OmcIAti PAPER Of SCOTT COUNTY Subscription, S1.00 Per Yenr. BILL PHELPS' SPEECH. "I am a Democrnt," nays Bill Phelps. "I am a Democrat," says Jim Selbert. "lam n Democrat," nays Rolla Well. "I nm a Demo crat," srt.vn Ed Butler. But there I no "harmony" among thin parti cular brand of Democrats Just now and they are saying some ugly things about each other. Phelps delivered a speech at Car thage the other day which Is the hot feat thing afloat. It appears, in i At l . , nff 4 1.!.. .... port, oh 1 1 iiii ling? ji mm pa per. He speaks as one who knows, for he has been the main shaft ot the state machine for many years. And everything lie says is borne out by the evidence OX RECORD in the Curdwcll ease. Commenting upon his speech the St. Louis Star says: "His arraignment of Sam Cook, in connection with theCardwell matter...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 19 July 1902

f SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. I. BENTON, MO., JULY 19, 1902. No. 36. Mayor Tom Johnson's Idea. In His City Government He Carries Into Effect "Equal Rights to All Special Privileges to None." By Tom L. Johnson, Mnyur of Cleveland, Ohio. The subject is too vast, too furl profit but they vuluothoir proborty reaching, too Important for me " "Junk" when returning it tor tuv to fully cliactiNo nt thin time, t will therefore touch upon two paramount which seem now. to ntlbh. anil no pay about one tenth f t lllllt fllit ullllt'll Ml illVl.M IN I'lltll- toptrs ,,,,,,,,1 ...ui, f.ifim.isi nifil utiiiilt iti-nii I... .A. I"- j I it. .it ufi ...,,,.1. .f .1...... v.il.ln nw.tiAKf V . , ... , , . I lull V ni llllllll i l lIlUlll.Mluiv 1 refer to the public ownership of ,.,,,....., .,l..,11.,11v1Mt,lv,l4i . I ill .nr unr II 1 1 14 l II uiiHirniiirtin j .....mc.p.o monopolies an i o an t), , f tlc. honest aii.1 help- . " lews is taxeil at u much higher I IIWII til'., iill.ul i..i.u ..ill I ll.Ii.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. — 19 July 1902

Scott County Wcfcti 911. a. UAtnmu, ramunr. Tones or tib day. Metal Be ftaaa FaraleaMr, A new ruling of (he Missouri Pi Wfic railroad went Into effect July 1 requiring all applicants for employ to pawn n physical examination Caarteslea of Wats Dewey says he kilted few people t Manila to pleas the Spanish com Mtnnder. There Is nothing like being necommoilatlng In theie little mat-tern. I'nsensoaable atMlstlea. ovv come i forward an expert to prove how few people are struck by lightning. This Intelligence. how ever, will lip anything but reassuring in political circles just now. Twentr-XIne More tonaressmea. The next house of representative will Include 2a more members than the present house ns a result of the new apportionment bill pu-sed In con formity with the census of 1000. Moraran Para the Bill. The corporations controlled by 3. Tlcrpont Morgan and his associates pay enough taxes. Into the New Jer aey mate treasury to cover all the expense of the commonwealth, It la faiiL Happen...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
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