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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 5 October 1907

sir I kmi i 3i J ?S i ,4 " 1 i lift III SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Mm. A. HATHEB. Pal-Wr, YKAB. MM CAM. tka Mtt oSM la Ktstoa. Mo ee 1 IMOmlMlMll . DlflleuUlea are the stepping-stones to dun. Decent diet cures more Ills than Me Toted doctors. The silent man behind a cannon peaks loudest. The oldest and dullest brow mar wear the brightest Jewel. Si? ' Zoological note: Down on Cape Cod they are making the sand fly. There Is no alloy In the pleasure ot those who give Joy to little children. It Is 24 karats fine. A Massachusetts doctor says he bleeds hi patients Just as he did 60 years ago. Maybe; but not the same ones. Somebody has discovered that there are 44 roads which lead to hell. It is probable that they are all finely paved At the start. If Count Bonl should really reform and so into politics It would be an up lift that might well cause the Gould family to take a second look at him. Sir Thomas Upton Is evidently nib bling at the America's cup bait, but will he bite? Defeats do have a ...

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 October 1907

1 '4M3 - ! 5 1 1 : : : : z r " v :wa I'H' I '! ! K CATCH THI LICK. Hew You Can Make the Roosts Ltea Proof. Lice that hide by day and come out to feed on the fowla by night some timet get quite numerous before the owner suspects, then It takes time to clear them out of the house. If the A Simple Lice Protector. aupporta of the roost are set in little cans of oil, or water coatetd with oil, as shown at a, the hens will be safe, and the lice can be kept In check by ordinary care, says Farm and Home. Low, level roosts with large, round or flat slats are best. IKES AND DRAPES. A Mistaken Idsa That the Little Instet Punctures the Prult. An Illinois reader wants to know If there Is any way to prevent the bees from sucking the Juice out of grapes. It is commonly supposed that the bees break the skin of the fruit and then remove the juices of the pulp. This Is a mistake. If there Is no rup ture of the skin of the grape, the bees will not bother the fruit. Since they attack only those berries...

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 October 1907

AROUND BENTON. Prisoners in jail usually get very active just before circuit court. Of late Sheriff Uober has been on the watch and heard them at work. The other morning he noticed n dent iu the jail door as if made by the end of a window weight. As sisted by Prosecutor Mozley a search was made and a. window weight, an iron shoe last and a 3x4 piece of timber were found. W jth the tim ber and weight a pry was constructed and the pointed end of the last was used to hold whatever was gained in springing the door open. Dents in the timber showed that severe pressure had beeu used. The tiiu ber had been overlooked and left tinder the floor of a cell when last repaired. The weight was taken from a window. How they got the shoe last is not known. There was a walkout a strike among the employes of the mill of the Scott County Milling Co. at Oran last week. One set of wage slaves demanded living wages, but uuother set of wage-slaves were ready to take their places and the first et was let o...

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 October 1907

y SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VOL. 6 BENTON, MO., OCTOBER ia, 1907. NO. 48 Observations by the Kicker How "the People" Rule.-Court Decisions that Reverse Themselves.--Government by Injunction, Etc. As wan expected Senator Borah was acquitted" of the uecusation of being a party to the gigantic land and timber frauds against the gov ernment 111 the west. Millions of acres of land have been fraudulently acquired and millions of dollars worth of the people's timber has been stolen, aad nobody did it .d though the theives were "caught with the goods on than." A "court" acquitted the first man tried. And this man will sit in the United States Senate next win ter and make laws to "protect the farmer and laborer." He is the paid attorney of the Baker Lumber C01 ipnny, engineered the frauds and took his part of the swag in "fees." Borah's "trial" took place in the same court house where Hay wood was tried. The same influ ences that spend their money and energy to convict Haywood were equally active...

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 October 1907

m 1 ' V) SCOTT COUNTY KICKER tatuu op president m kinhy. lUnUHD Til U'tfllM CVI "wikb takiif mustaches. 1 nflfflQFlffFl' T IKIVH HUN aMKffi.dll - i uswuan mm www nniLL 1 i neunwsr hbtbi 1 i w.- - - - . -. ... ass- i it.-.tmiriMi..... Kizamn i to mnimi the umr Lie, - aw meiia cabturm proxies op Illinois T-i --- - i . I l''f:?Wn,..:lHHajHBIIHHktt'v'tMltllllflUI MFRIU VI CUIMDN II AT UN- I mm m. m. I .......... Baa t MMMi at fti mm bmu Bam. kuh m i iii i i in ii p wpi ii i ii 1 mmmmmi p mi w i 1 mm 1 1 i i I I 'm I riMTRAi i uuivnukUftnvi -l Mr n -w I . I-..- IIPU arvariv A aaa iM't necessarlr bald be cause he haa bo heir. A low-lying country does not to have low-lying people. A gnat may not be "much for milk, but as the butter he Is In clasa A. Japan appears to bo going ahead on the theory that Korea Is not ytt 21 years of age. "Pine forBIrtlng?'" says a headline In a Montana paper. Police court or moonlight on the lake? Surprise Is expressed when a wom an burglar la caught that she s...

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 October 1907

ORTICUITCRE H Oli METHODS OP PORMT PLANTINO, Wtisrs Many Trees Art NsesJesI Start a Mem Nursery. The best method of establishing a forest plantation Is by the use of nurs ery stock. It Is usually advisable to purchase plant material from a com merclal nursery. In extensive opera tions, however, It may prove more profitable to produce the planting stock In a home nursery. Such a nursery, however, will demand the careful supervision or one experienced in growing young trees. Advice In re gard to nursery practice Is contained in extract 376 from the year book of the department of agriculture for 1905, which can be had upon application to the forester. Forest planting must be done by simple and cheap methods. Prepara tion of the planting site by plowing nnd harrowing la not essential, but Is best If the land has been previously utilized for crops. Such preparation Method of Forest Planting. nd cultivation Improve the early growth of the trees, but add to the in itial cost of the plantat...

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 October 1907

my P IS . sr. p p. FROM MORLSY. W. Clayton' little girl who has been very sick, Is improving. J. A. Bryant and Jap,. May re turned from Tennessee and Arknu eas a few days ago. Hugh Warren is employed to teach the Campbell school. Mrs. Britt, of near New Ham burg, visited Mrs. A. R. Athertou Sunday. Mr. Harinnn, who bougut the Frank May farm, is preparing to sow a large crop of wheat. There will be preaching at Ward school house Saturday night. Jos. Bryant, of Kennett, has lo cated in Morley. Several of Geo. Watson's family are sick. The people down here are taking to the Kicker as a duck to water. FROM VANDUSER. Mrs. .Iodic (Jozn and mother, of Dexter, visited Mesdames Mayes and Cline lust week. Miss Annie Frobase, ot Morley. is visiting friends in our little town. L. P. Woodward, manager of the Fanners' Mercantile Co.. returned from St. Louis where he has been purchasing goods this week. Bob -Joyce, of near Siketon. vis ited his mother at this place Tues day anil Wedueday of last w...

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 October 1907

I SCOTT W;. yql. 6 mm wwt, t. imum ,,-mmmmmm h COUNTY KICKER BENTON, MO., OCTOBER 19, 1907. NO. 49 8 I li nt SOME QUEER DOINOS. at tt Am if If. Mm Fart ef 1 CMtfincjrltMliiLMir Tuesday evening Dr. J. E. Fol om at Bikeston spent a few hours villi the Kicker. The doctor hn tnctived medicine in Bikeston for wore than thirty yearn. He in bachelor and iB very nensitive concerning his age and while his appearance would indicate about lixty, it is the popular belief that lie is nearer seventy. He evades all questions concerning his nge with I tell the young ladles I am 21." He has accumulated consideraltlu property ami hns no immediate rel atives. Mrs. Orover Cleveland was a Folsom and is his cousin. "Do you know," said the doctor "that I was visiting an old friend, a day laborer,! in Cape Girardeau, when Sheriff Qober came up with tapers to bring me here to be ex amined as to my sanity! Friends (TJ are taking great interest in tne just now, and they say I am cruzy and incapable of attendi...

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 October 1907

J I - .aaV V AW -- I 1 Ah UIm let rhAuimil fM IHWl TCJgBL- I .afitN JIFJXJfiXUr . I THE M04VT UNIQUE VOVAQI ANY " T CKCHf II - W ).WATUn H 'TML. 'W A. I . . . o-.. -,.rma,, aiwayTTT . TALKS FM DEEP WATERWAY IVSxk 3LP WlVKfc T Make. Much. ,t Keekuk, tt L.ul. m .. i jam s viia. hh iuivihv? t i ana MBmania war likhib ? rir E' W tha-Qtilf Route. City. I ta the man rfavoM of suasi oa, deceit ana deapa.tr. Envr. malice and hate are the moat deadly polaona of the human soa. Stepping accidentally on the corns the end-seat hog might help some. When money Is put above man 1od, financial vice triumphs over vh toe. Some men risk their Uvea knowing ly and voluntarily for their country, tome for those they love, and some go into automobile racing. An Atlanta girl has Joined a chorus In spite of tho fact that the man to whom she is engaged threatens to give her up. He can't be very rich. Women's shoes will be more pointed this fall, according to a fashion au thority, and the chiropodists are look ...

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. — 19 October 1907

- -T U - - .. .7...1 - - - rr iTWf, gSEBVr- EC J tTATCt toarot mM twin Carolina ARMARKINO ANIMALS. tx-sMter M. C. ntltr. Dymfieptia It Ofttn Caused By Catarrh of the Stomach Pcruna Relieves Ca- tarrk of the Stomach and It Therefore a Xtmrctyor Dysfefsut. Hon. M. C. Butler, U. 8. Senator from South Carolina for two terms, in letter from Washington, D. C, wripai to the Pernna Medicine Co., M follow: "1 can rtcommtntl PtrunM tor dyapeaala and atamaeb t nubia. I tiara bean ualngyour medicine tor m abort period and 1 tee I very much raftered. It la Indeed a wonderful aaedhlne. aatldea m good tonic " "eYTABRH of the stomach is the cor net name for most cases of dyspep sia. Only an internal catarrh remedy, such as reruns, is available. ranma Tablets can now be procured Known by His Mends. A forlorn looking man was brought before a magistrate for drunkenness and disorderly conduct When asked what be bad to say for himself, he gazed pensively at the Judge, smooth ed down a remnant of gray ha...

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. — 19 October 1907

WW r?MaWijB(KaBKXXXXxan 7 L J .r . i , WHY CERTAIN MEN MARRY, j An editor sent out circular letters j to a large number of married men, 1 and asked them why they murried. Here are some of the answers: Because I did not have the ex- perienee 1 have now. That's what I have been trying to mm out for 11 years. ' I mnrried to get even with her '.' mother, but never have. I had yearned for company, now l nave it all the time. I thought it would be better than a breach-of-promise suit. Because Sarah told me that five other men had proposed to her That's the same fool question my irienas bsk me. I wanted a companion of theoppo site sex. She is still opposite. The old mun was going to give me nis toot. o 1 took his daughter' hand. Because 1 asked her to have me and she said she would I think she got tire. one wO xeKeKxB;i wkm- FROM OH AN. By the end of the week the pea crop will about all be housed. On same farms there was about me usual amount of vine while the num ber of bushels of threshe...

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. — 26 October 1907

SCOTT COUNTY RICHER VOL. 6 BENTON, MO., OCTOBER 26. 1907. NO. 50 WHAT IS SOCIALISM? This is the Question that, is Now Be ing Inquired into Everywhere. This question is today being naked by many, "What is (Socialism!" Thinking men, who have treated it it 11 fad and a dream, are begining to ask, "What is Socialism!" My friend, McGuire, of the Jackson 4.'nsh-Book, naked the question not long ago, and when he found that there was uo way of coupling it with modern Democracy he refused to have anything to do w.fh it. Neither could he criticise it. The man who does not know something about the Socialist doc trine is himself to blame. All the leading magazines are discussing it, and all but rock-ribbed party organs At f 1 - A. L 1 nave nna someinmg 10 uj uum 11. It is being discussed more at the home and fireside, and at the little meeting of furmers and workers, than all the ''paramount issues" of the old political parties combined. Why this desire to become en lightened! Is it because the...

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. — 26 October 1907

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. i few WW F ir PHH- A. MATHER. WWlNf. WlCnWI. Ill TEAS. 81W CA1M. at im pn an is bwwb. u. W. i HMKIH BUI tMIMIT It you can't be cheerful, be as cheer fal as you can. He who weds and runs awar na snore should seek a wedding day. A nation cannot sink lower than Its worst people or rise higher than tts best citizens. It Is going to take a good deal ot firmness to keep the Hague conference from breaking up In a fight. Vladivostok Imported last year from Australia and the Argentine republic more than 12,000,000 pounds ot meat. BEWARE THB TREACHEROUS REBSKINI A Seattle girl has traveled 0,000 miles to marry a Connecticut preach er. He ought to bo good when she gets him. These mlsmated couples who kill , ' t each other and themselves might with J propriety lift up their eyes and see I how wide the world Is. The record of the Alps, of eighty people killed and twenty-two Injured during the season, almost puts them in the automobile class. A million tons of paper arc used ...

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. — 26 October 1907

?1 ' k BY .druggists! )R SENT BY MAIL P05TRAID ON RECEIPT Or PRICE 2& CENTS. LADY AGENTS WANTED in every ckv or town where we have Dot already an eatabUied agency. We should bice an ener getic, capable woman to represent ui and to tel Rohrer'i Arteeia Preparations. Ful particularly tent on applicabMb ' Address all CoenKnicationi to ARTESIA CREAM CO, WACO, TEXAS. SICK HEADACHE Positively cured by tbeae Little Pills. Thcr also relieve Dis tress from Dyspepria, In digetlouaud Too Hearts Kntlng. A perfect rem edy for Dlninees, Nau sea, Drowsiness, Bad Taste In the Mouth, Coat' They regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable. SUM. Ml. SMM1D0SE. SMALL PRICE, ICARTERS hp Tik YIARI OF PAIN. i Unable te De Bvsn- Housework eauae ef Kidney Troubles. Mrs. Margaret Emmerich, of Clin ton St, Napoleon, O., cays: "For fifteen years I was a great anfferer from kidney tron bles. My back pained mo terribly. Every turn or move caused t4figBBBK4LiBBBi Bham. ahootln v pains. My eyesight was poor, dark spo...

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. — 26 October 1907

s ClRCblT COURT DOINGS. Ciacuit court opened Monday with Judge Riley on the bench. The following qualified as petit jnrorsi Tames Ancell, Joe Blattel, A. C. Miller, N. O. Ellis, Purhatn Stone, JohnChauey, Chas. Tanner. Robert Joyce, JoeMaekley. Jus. Cope, Pete itussell, w. li. Allen, Chris. Heis sercr, Chas. Hatntn, Sam Watts, Turner Miller, John Schlitt, W. A. Miller, Henry Grojcan, Andrew Diruberger, Mike Bollinger, Robt. Ham?, Turner Hamilton, James Wallace. Ed. Holhugsheud, Alfred Betts, John Legrand, John Metsc, John Allmon, Steve Chitty, Charles For ester. 5eo. Sellers und Fred Green, out. on paroie, reported and again permitted to go. G. B. Stout, who killed his brother-in-law, Baer, near Edna, last spring, was lirst to be tried by jury. All day Tuesday the ease was bitterly ci ntested and went to the jury alter supper. Alter break fast. Wednesday morning the jury i-nder'd u verdict of not guilty. It seems that the y "Skaw.vrr ui wt urmi pit", Bpuere. FROM ORAN. I am in recei...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 2 November 1907

swa;' ... ft- '""I SCO' COUNTY RICK VOL. 6 BENTON, MO., NOVEMBER a, 1907. NO. 51 1 2$. PANIC IN WALL STREET. . Last winter tlie Kicker (old yon 4hi lu country would pooh tin- dkrffo one of the severest panics ot 4ta history. And it is going to -oome. Put that down. TJwo or three times since then it has " Itu'on checked only by u Rood and Tkind Secretary of the United States treasury shovelling the people's 'millions into Wall Strct banks for the use of the Ramblers without -interest. -During the past ,two weeks an 'other "Hurry" took place and Treasurer Courtelyoti dumped the conjf nts of the government treas ury into the New York, bunks to "relieve the situation.'' Hut the situation is not relieved much u 4;he daily papers would like to have Vns -believe that "confidence lin. Vfoeen restored." Several large, con cerns went under and others arc trembling. It is estimated that the slump in stocks and bonds amounted to four! billion dollars. Do you know what that menus'! It is an amou...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 2 November 1907

9 y d er 15 bn fpi r. bt flat ho.y am. Hftmn la Will BaclMd ttnd a ttet to tk Facile, toe? Tk Pall Mall Oasette Itatee that aobody aaa artr really ten the sun. Probably meaning, nobody In London. So .many woman nave been dataetad smuggling that dodging the auitoma offlcara would seem to rlral brldga aa a feminine fad. Wlreleta telegraphy, turblnei and floating hotela are taking the romance out of the mighty deep and substitute lag aolld comfort for It. Prudence and deiperatlon character lie the great general; the flrat quality preparea him for light and the laat wins with one grand charge. Carping crltlca who object to prlze rlng faking ihould remember that In the pugilism business the box office moat naturally figure largely. A Pullman conductor says the "up per berth Is Just as comfortable as the lower." Of course. And It Is even more picturesque to get into. Perhaps the greatest requisite for a druggist Is not knowledge but suffi cient presence of mind to avoid put ting the stryc...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 2 November 1907

lap Ij. r WHAT IS PE-RU-NA? MaCMnlillMMy.ri . TMI,trltltMt7 toed Ftreuaetv ' JJ Jf Fm u bctk. S"J tMl oskrtm MVtkatk net &lo atonic J? LUylim aay my mm ipeoiflo action en tht at Mm n tht nervous tytUm. twnf , is wMkttec eoa jiwM f Mm mttoou aimbran. Tun aut be lomitUnf to ttnactlf .IwUfttioa, to firs ton. toths ftROHOLftsd to rale the. iti Perhaps ao vf etable raudj in tho woria iss attracted to much attention ".writeri aaHYDEASTU GsUTJJIHSIS. Ths wonderful tffi oacj of this herb hubeen reoocnised may im, and is rowing in its hold mm medical profession. When Jotnedwith CTIBEB8 and COPAIBA a trio of nedlcal agents is formed in Pe rnna jrUoa coniUtates a neoifio rem 4y for catarrh that in tho present state of medical prom cannot ba jnproTid 'upon. This action, rein XJSvJj.ELch renowned tonics u OOWSIA CANADENSIS, CO TpAIIB FORMOSA and C2SE0V Hp, ought to make this oomponnd an ideal remedy for catarrh in all its tares end locations in the had. iTomatheoretical standpoint, there -fc...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 2 November 1907

! - aV 1 to .V; fi' ' l . - .?l nnnnnnnnn3 ks. i - -ir-iin nrT IMfci'i iiiiiM J 147 PANIC ISGENERAL. Beginning Seem Worse Than in 1893. The wind in our "sound financial system" is leaking out everywhere and the panic has spread all over the country. In all the large cities the banks have suspended pay ment, except in clearing house cer tificates or checks. No money. In the country some banks have sus pended payment entirely and some pay part eash and part checks, while a few are meeting demands. This is true in Scott county as well 11s elsewhere. The country banks at e only link in tlie system nndfnre up against it because of the refit-al of their de posit banks in cities to sin render the money which the country banks have there. Deina unable to get money from their deposit banks in the cities, the country hank can not pay depositor, I'ress dispatches from New York Miy the national tiea-ur lm t ecn drained to utaiu flic banks until rut gold reserve is down to SOT. OW.Oun. or l.'l'J...

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. — 11 January 1908

fill J SCOTT COUNTY RICHER. VOL. 7 BENTON, MO., JANUARY n, 1908. NO. 10 ItltYAX AND ROOSKVErr. It mmis that Mr. Dryau and Mr. Tluoxevi'lt are trying to out-do each other in " wiving the country." Mr. Kiynu wants to ''regulate" and so does Mr. lloosevclt. Bnfc llrynn lias gone Noowvelt "one better" and wiintx the government togitnr iintce deposits in national hunks. That is the limit. Mr. llrynn is not satisfied with the enllosal graft already enjoyed hy the national hanks. The gov ernment now relieves the hanks of taxation on the bonds, which is the husis of national hank currency. The government now pays the hanks interest on the-e bonds. The government now guarantees the notes of these hank.-. And yet Itryaii is not happy, lie wants the government to do still more and THK NEW YE All. Although it may not appear bright to enter upon the new year in the t jwijdst of a punie. yet the Kieker in of hope and good ehuer. For over nix yearn T nave worked -difcul to set the people the prodn...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
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