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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 11 January 1908

1 'ff.t'AST . the is SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. PHIL. A. HAPHKW. FufcHsner. swscmmisw. m ruM, tm m. attic at UM poM olBM la Benton. Mo, oa Vakraur u. 1M. ia MooafrdaM aiU bum. Telling your troubles increases the Circle of your enemies. It the milk dealers do not have a care we may quit them and drink our water unadulterated. "China on Verge""ot Revolution," ays a headline. Better get your other hlrt out before It's too late. Perhaps It you got to the end of the rainbow you'd find merely a pot ot clearing house certificates. A bank teller recently died ot myxedema, caused by handling paper money. Oh, death, where is thy sting? Detroit's shelter home for pet cats looks like a doubtful proposition. There are too many alleys and back fences. A Kentucky boy swallowed a can die moth and choked to death. Candle moths should always be cooked and carved before eating. TERRORIZED BY NIGHT RIDERS HUNDRED RAIDERS OVERPOWER THREE POLICEMEN; FIRE ON TWO MERCHANTS. TOBACCO PLANTS DESTROYED Telephone Gir...

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. — 11 January 1908

QUITE AS IAD. 1 V iV I QrttM The Idea of your letting your wife go 'round saying sho made a nan of you. You don't hear my wife laying that. Brlggs No, but I heard her telling my wife that she did her best A Proud Boy. An Englishman who was traveling In Turkey last winter to study the people says that the children have very little respect for their parents compared to their conduct in other countries. On ono occasion he was questioning a lad of 12, and after he had nsked him if he could read and write and had received a negative an wer the boy brightened up and said: "You are a man, and I am only a boy. but I can do one thing you can't." "Well, what Is that?" was asked. "I can swear at my mother In Eng lish and you cannot swear at yours In Turkish. I am therefore greater than you." How's ThU? W offer Oat Hundred Doll.rt Reward for is cue r,t catana tuu caanot be cored bj Hiu'i Catttrn Curt. r.j.cnESCTco.,Toiido.o. we. the aosintcned. hive known F. J. Cheat? for tne lut 1J rein, and I...

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. — 11 January 1908

OS'S tW If fiM. 1"V., 5' s, NOW IS YOUR CIlANOE. HrnSifve Isi ft Was tf v. 11 p. IS' M sr. . '.frit . N0.W is VrtUR (Manoe. For tne flr-ik time the people of Scott cmuilji will have nn opportun ity to listi.n to n Socialist speaker. Cltiteiice U. Taylor, o Baltimore, Mil., will ;ul(ltt'!s the people tit Rloilgolt, Suiulny afternoon nt '2 o'clock, ffnimary 1!), ami at Com merce. .Monday evening, .Tatiimiy 'JO. .1 have not yet tainted the lnitir of fipt'itluni,' at Ootnineice, but will jiive it next week. Now is our oliuueo. On every hide otie etui hear Hit query: "What is Soe.itilbui; what do they propoo In dot'' A uinn is coining aiinuiff ,ou to nuswer these and any other questions' you may ask. AJCD STll-lT TUKY COMK. l'rom the way the month o ..Inn nary starts off il appears tiM if the Mibseriptions received this mouth will exceed those of Inst month. The subscription's received during the flint week number 77. Next week I will print tie names, so Vtt tboBt who remitted by mail MM...

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. — 18 January 1908

ft T i ii M I i MP g I lw I:.' ... ' "i M ,MPV ' Tl "" - If 'kilns'. VLBAMHHH SCOTT COUNTY I1ICHER. VOL. .7 BENTON, MO., JANUARY 18, 1908. NO. ii HOW VK AUK GOVKIINKl). II anybody doubts that this U ' e.luV government, let them re call the demands of the Populist fifteen years ago, when they wunteil the government to issue niouey'iind loan it to funnel's on fiii-m laud se eurity, Lot them compare the "wild-cat money" ideas of the Pop ulists with the "clastic" or "emer gency" money ideas of tin: hankers today. The Appeal to Reason says : "Congress is expected lo enact al the present session a law mak ing mortgages a Imsis tor national bank circulation. This will eall to mind the agitation carried on by the populists tun or fifteen yeais ago asking the government to issue euui'iiey tor funn land as security. I'nfortuimtch for the farmers thev oiii not own ine government nmi l"",m " " ; . - " . f, . , , .,-. , . , the proposal was rejected l,y the wonder that Henry Clew... the -bigl CO...

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. — 18 January 1908

xit false propheti 1 I SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. PMH. A. MAFWIII. HMUMf, 3 fSkfMf iif I, til Till, ltT Tift U tba mm MM la MBwm. m. One-aided courtesy do not lost long. and gcneroslt) It It great to greater to be Just. be genews, but When will some smokeless tobacco? genius discover Many people bear good reputation! because they are not known. The cold storage egg has just cause for complaint of the little respect paid to age. Lady floorwalkers are the latest Iff novation In New York. Will the sales, girls stand It? Telling your troubles Is a bad habit. But, after all, It is a good deal better than telling other people's troubles. A man's brain is ten per cent heavier than a woman's, according to scientists. Especially the morning after. London expects to have a population of 16,000.000 in 1930. The rest of Eng land will then be merely London's back yard. Some bees Just put Into cold storage in Indiana will wake up in the Philip pines. Perhaps their first mental ex clamation will be: "St...

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. — 18 January 1908

'3 ' ft j ' Sit V Mill ANNIE CATRON. CATARRH MADE LIFE A BURDEN TO ME. nTISS ANNIB CATRON, 037 Mln v St., Cincinnati. Ohio, writes: "As I have found Parana a blessing for a severe case of catarrh of the head and throat which I suffered from for a number of yean, I am only too pleased to give it my personal endorsement. t'Catarrh, such as I suffered from, made lite a burden to me, my breath waa otttatlve, itoflMc bad, aad my head Hopped up so that I was usually troubled with a headache, and although I tried many so-called remedies, noth ing gave me permanent relief. I vcas rather discouraged with all medicines when Pernna was suggested to me. "However, I did buy a bottle, and be fore that was finished there was a marked change In my condition. Much mcouraged l kept on until I was com pletely cured in a month's time, and 1 find that my general health is also ex cellent." People who prefer solid medicines should try Peruna tablets. Each tablet represents one average dose of Peruna. Mev...

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. — 18 January 1908

A5JD:'TitorilB COSU3 3V a'L i In. .... ' b9bbk aaBBBRf BBBBBBBBBB9K; Snbscriptions to the Kicker con tinue to pour in and I hope that not a singlo subscriber will allow his paper to stop. The Year MOJhvill bo, a memorable one nnd within 30 F&QM OtfAN. A friend of mine s-iiid tit Ine that Harry Morse, the. professional thief, wrts the most successful and most eilieient teacher in his line that, over nine this way. His pupils were days tho political pols will be-j: n . taught by precept and example and to sizzle. The masses are reading! "ere more apt learned more read and thinkim us thev never did be-1 ily than other. AUIioiiru Mowe fore, and you may depend upon it that this in 'an something. The Kieker will keep you informed of what is going on. If yon find the word "expired" at the top margin of your paper it is notice to you that your time is up You ean send a paper dollar at my tisk, or pay such postmasters as .-ire my agents. The following new and renewal sub scriptions were ...

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. — 25 January 1908

I SCOTT . VI VOL. 7 COUNTY I1ICRER. BENTON, MO., JANUARY 25, 1908. :J t NO. 12 1 ft ME 0T AX tDtiA. Saturday Prof. Ru-harda, prinoi n of she Benton pnblic school, was in the Kicker office looking aver the newspaper exchanged. Among the papers were the Chic K" Dnily Socialist and the Appeal t Iteason which I noticed the pro fi'ssor seemed, to ignore. He is n very staunch Democrat. Piv-oently I picked up the Daily Sovialist, turned to the editorial page and said : "I want yon to read thisjiditoriiilnndjei'if it is not different from the ttuff yon read in other papers. I haven't lend it,lmt 1 will vouch for its Miitndncss, and if you find any fntilt with its reasoning I want you t call my attention to it.M "All right; I'll do It." replied the Prof, and he made himself com fortable and began to read. I no lited that he became intensely in terested and when he had finished 1 linked: "Anything wrong with 'At" "It's nil right." lie replied, as if puzzled. Did you get nn idea from itf Aj4Cl...

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. — 25 January 1908

Eft 5 5?- 4 1 U. Hill Inventive Qthlut. People gifted with a strong Imagina tion are sometime! the possessors of trange powers of invention. All sorts of quaint Ideas come to them which would not occur to the ordinary mind and these they must perforce work out. Genius has been defined as "the capacity for taking Infinite pains," but genius Is seldom practical In financial matters, and only too often it falls to another less Imaginative person to. perfect and protect the Invention so' as to apply it for general use, white the inventor himself probably gains little profit out of the transaction. This, we believe, was actually the case with the Inventor of the mackintosh, which might otherwise have been known to posterity by the name of Morrison. At the beginning of th last century a Scotchman named Mor rison invented a waterproof material, and, In order to test Its reliability, he clothed himself in an entire garb of it and went out in the pouring rain. The garment kept out the rain, ...

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. — 25 January 1908

117 blnad turn produced tha nt&fegt remedr for woman's ilia, that tha world nag ever known. In tha (rood old-fashioned dtra of our grandmothers they relied noon the roota and herba of tha Held to cure disease and mitigate soffering. The. Indiana on our western Plains todav can trrodrjoa roots and herbs for every ailment, and cuts diseases that baffle the most skilled physicians who have spent years in the study of drugs. From the roota and herba of tha Held Lydia E. Pinkham more than thirty veara atro Brave to the women of the world a remedy for their pe culiar ills, more potent and effica. clous than any combination of drags. Lydla E. Pinkham s vegetable j Compound is now recognized as the latandard remedy for woman's ills. , Mrs. Bertha Muff, of 615 N.aSL, 'Louisiana, Mo, writes: M Complete reutoratlon to health aneana so much to am that lor the sake lot other suffering women I am willing !to make my troaSlea public. "Fortwalre Yara I ha4 been safer. Mag with tha worst forma o...

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. — 25 January 1908

p it ,1 V S3 Tweive.niniit.tisv 61.00. UK Ynootiis, - ,(t. Three months, - . .3!. REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. Notice is hereby Riven that tltc Republicans of Scott county, Mo., are hereby called to meet in mass convention at Kenton, Mo., on Saturday, February 1 , 1908, at 1 o'clock p. m. for tho purpose of selecting 11 delegates to attend the Republican Congressional conven tion to bo held at West I'lains, Mo., on Saturday, February 8, 1!)08. Mo., nre also called to meet in mass convention at Benton, Mo., on Thursday, February G, 1908, nt I o'clock p. in. for the purpose of selecting four delegates to attend the Republican State convention to be held in St. Louis, Mo., on Thursday, February 'J7,'1908. By order of Republican county committee held nt Beuton, Mo., January 17, 1908. W. H. Tanner, Chairman. R. M. TiKMKNSTEiN, Seo'y. SHERIFF'S AUCTION SALE. Having, by writ of attachment, taken charge of the stock of mer chandise of Farr, O efting & Son, Kenton, Mo., I will, in persure to a...

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. — 1 February 1908

lfcfA 1 ii ? . iv J SCOTT COUNTY HI VOL. 7 BENTON, MO., FEBRUARY 1, 1908. NO. u OBSERVATIONS BY THE KICKER. THE CXKMPLOVKD. j The army of unemployed in t lie t cities who wind work can t get -II ! rt..lISl J 1--. rfc x r l . m As u !il is growing daily and the situu-j vnpping ruuiisncu uy ivcquesi.--uvcruuw meeting ncar,fu,.i i i ning oitru.iiig. ah Haywood.--Kentucky Farmers and Pinkertonism. :ffiutJSJSSJS2 i mm-"'-' JAMES HINKLE DIES OF POISON Saturday I received n letter or, rather, mi envelope. On the upper left-hand corner was neatly printed in blue "Missouri Pacific. Railway Co. General Auditor's Office. St. I.tii, Mo." Across the face of llie envelope was written "Per sonal." 1 wondered what "per sonal" business the general audi tor's olliee of the Missouri Pacific l.uil way could have with the Kicker. Opening the envelope I found nothing hut a clipping from the ilitorial page of n newspaper. Ou (he margin was written "please publish this." So here it is: SOCIALISM I'KltFWTI....

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. — 1 February 1908

800TT COUNTY KICKER. - r. stent a tern nwm) am Htlsfulnets Infections. Her. Edward Kverett Hale's theory that helpfulness Is Infectious is Illus trated by this little Boston story: For some years a pleasant-faced, little old man stood on Tromont street sell ing Ironholders, which he explained ' to his customers were made by his wife In their home. Then he died, and later a Doston paper published an Item to the effect that his widow would be glad to earn a little money by the sale of balsam' pillows. Orders came In so fast to tho woman In her village home that she was obliged to enlist the services of several boys. The youngsters gathered the balsam and worked In tho evenings, stripping it from the stems, but with the stipu lation that they were not to be paid. Then neighbors became Interested and did their part by carrying the pillows to the station and by helping the widow with her work. A "helping hand" association heard of the mat ter and sent a lot of books, toys, etc., to the w...

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. — 1 February 1908

BBammmmmmilmmm J to- HOKflCULTORE BBBlBBVBrBBTQBBBBTABVBBaBHl CLEANING POTATOES QUICKLY. Home-Mad Contrivance Which Alto tort the Tubere.- Will The sketch shows my home-mad potato cleaner and sorter which I have used at Falrview farm for a number of years, writes a correspon dent of Farm and Home. It consists of a number of hoops to which are fastened half-Inch slats so as to make holes 1)4 Inches square. Two heavy pieces, A, are placed Inside the cylln LAN D, FOR THE ORCHARD. NO ILIIIINa FOR HIR. Home-Msde Potato Sorter. der to hold the axle, B, which extends entirely through the machine and Is turned by a crank, E. The frame made Is four Inches lower at the open ing end of the cylinder so that the potatoes will run through freely. At the crank end Is a hopper) F, Into which the potatoes are poured. The cylinder Is 2 feet long and three feet In diameter. It will not bruise the potatoes and the dirt and small ones run through on the floor or crate and the marketable ones run out 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. — 1 February 1908

m House-Cleaning & I w IS ivell Every Housewife m '."ft, . Holds a House-Cleanine at least once a vear most of them twice in that iiiiic. vvc nave ictKCii tnc yy aic gumg iu iiarc a iiuusc-wicaiiiii auu vuu i "li . i7 j iv - mm m . J . u i J- $)will benefit by it just as well as we will. When we clean house it means that we are going to clean out all the goods we have from the winter stock at aston ishingly low prices We do not ask you to buy and do not seek even a visit un less we can prove that we have something that will attract. This Sale will begin x alir clay,, re i i EATABLES! What to cat? Not only what to eat, bit prices quoted that you are willing to pa ov mu'Ij things. Not much pro tit foi us, but. jrivat inducements for your GRANULATED SUSAR,-,;U$1.08 TOMATOES, 8-,K,u,;-T.,, $1.15 POTATOES,KP"!;rLci.75c ffippcrj O. K. lioasfc, vwtb. n UllEU It..-, p.r pouud, IL'lK SAUEK KRAUT. 5gal kesrs. 87c SADER KRAUT, &-Barrel,$2i9 Layton's Baking Powder. - 7c B0MINV,3Ponnd Ca...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 1 February 1908

Scott County Kicker Supplement. in - Benton, Mo. Fob. 1, 1008. FROM' ORAN. ' i " i At the clone of the services at the M, E. Church Sunday Rev.. U. G. . Reynolds, the pastor, gave the con givgut ion a heart to heart talk. He nid that a cHbis was upon thenf that the building now used for ehurob purposes was unsafe unfit for the purposes for which it was erected unfit for ft house of wor? ship unfit for Sunday School our poses or for any other purpose for mar. matter mat tne membership owea u 10 inemseives to nuna or Methodism in Oran must so out of business; that the present building could be sold for $200 ; that the ladies should defer the buying of that $15 hot this season, thnt the contemplated visits planned to health resotts must be defered and all available funds be used, for the erection of tho new church and that If the health of his family would permit his leaving home he woul canvass lue country tms week, us hoped every one would have their tntnd made up as to what thi woui...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 1 February 1908

Qi th ca at cc rti ws Br te: tct na j er us to niu sin qui cn the ndr sue ski the of es put E flee trol abo sayi liev and golr. the praj not are mall Kt lit l.to ed WOO( Depi char, cemt tion KUB8CK1IT10N PRICK: Twelve month, )UH0, Six months. .. Throe months, - .3ft. CHATTEL MORTGAGE SALE of personal property. I, the un dersigned Mortgagee, will on Thursday, Pfb. 6, 1908, at the late residence of James Ilin- kle, deceased, miles east of Bextox on the Commerce and Blodgett road offer for sale the fol lowine described property, to-wit: 2 mules: one mare; one horse; 2 cows and calves; 19 head hogs; two 2'horse waeotiH! one top buggy; one binder: one mower: one disc plow, one disc harrow: one hay rake: . or more walking plows; 1 No. 41 Oliver plow; lot of gears; collars, etc. About 600 bushels of wheat in sacks; about 400 bushels of corn; about fiO bales hay; lot of hay not threshed, hot of house hold and kitchen furniture. Meat and lard in smoke house. Other things too numerous to ment...

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. — 8 February 1908

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VOL. 7 BENTON, MO., FEBRUARY 8, 1908. NO. 14 OBSERVATIONS BY THE KICKER. What Mean these Military Preparations ?--Bro.McOuire At Large Again.--The Monkey Show at Washington. dais do things."' A WARNING VOICE , Yc, "this is tin- way lpulili-1 l,7;;h,'',ll';,?0,r'anJf'",'",t- ., . cr.u otft-wls do thing-" And it U I iu' rol'w "y vo" w, tfiewny lt.oerutic official,. M(-c,1oiiilc." the sum ami sub- IUium " VVi,f.n..r ii. fV.inf ! Of ITWiifleiH .HOOSCVelt "American fleet rounding the Horn." announce, tlio press dis ptdehes. ThU means that tin flout iug mm tier urni-bines of this gov rnmctit have reached flic southern coast of South America unil will now head noithwnrd toward San Francisco. This isn "free" country. Don't forget that. This is a country whore "the people rule." Rcmem r that. Hut. what do tin; people know ulut the mission of these -tleath-dealing murder machines.' The people paid for the building .if these ships and guns. They paid for the ammunition and...

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. — 8 February 1908

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. '" PHIL. K HAMtKW. FrtWWf. iimwtm. tts tiajl st w. nerrt M IM pott oM la Bwtos. Mm iNnltt II. ML IS MMVMSM Mil MUD' Snobbery. An advertisement lately appeared In the papers of Pittsburg announ cing that by the payment of a certain liberal turn of money a limited num ber of persons of wealth and high so cial position could secure the privi lege of presentation at the English court. The young man who Inserted the advertisement was nrreated as t. swindler. In spite of his Insistence that he could do all he hnd promised; but the most Interesting phase of the affair was the large number of per sons who were eager to accept hla offer. They flocked to the hotel In such eagerness aad were so anxious to be among the chosen that the po lice had difficulty In getting them to go home. To the outsider of well balanced mind there must always be something amusing In such an exhlbl tlon of snobbery, says the Youth's Companion. Vet this was only one form of a trait which exists ...

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. — 8 February 1908

Syruptffig 1 iiixiroenna y.DispcU Colds atJfeati due to LonsitDationt 11 uall aches iiaiurauy, acts truly Best Jpr-MenHmm and Cnild-rcn-ungjind Old. JO0GI it IlPnpfirml Fifonto Alwavs buy .trie Genuine Mc has wo jull name of the ti oni" oanv CALIFORNIA . Jig Syrup Co. oyMtom it it manufactured, printed on the SOLDatSllNtDfuGGIST& one izo only, regular price S0tPt- bottle. In the Language. "Somo one has said that a kiss Is the language) of love." remarked the young man In the parlor scene. "Well," rejoined the fair maid on the far end of the sofa, "why don't you get busy and say something?" Easy Money for men and women who will give whole or spare time selling our Fninllv Health Tablets, Liniment and Salve. No experience necessary, lilg profits. Kxcluslve territory. Vosena Company, 1171 15th St.. Washington. D. C. Galen, Jr., Quits the Job. "How long have you been here?" asked a rhyslclan, when his little of fice boy announced his Intention of re signing bis Job. "Six months." re...

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