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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 14 March 1908

I' ' I ABOUND DF.NTON. Frank Vtnuge, of Fayville, 111., was over on visit Sunday. He works nt tho powder mills. Asked if the mills had minced the force or wages, ho said "No." So there is ut least one industry that h is not been effected in fact it is reported that nil over the country the man ufacture of war material goes on with increasing rapidity, and eon co: Profs. Anlslmry, JnVnson and Dewhersfc visited tho pie supper given at tho Hunter Schoolhouse last Friday night. Tho supper was given for the purpose of in creasing their library. There was a large crowd of patrons, young people and pupils. Before the pies were auctioned off the audience list ened to au address by Prt'. Auls bury in which he explained the re lation of the Oran High School to the rural schools in tho vicinity of Oran. lie encouraged the parents to give their ehildteti a better and imuotigli education, lie talked at some length on the ad vantages and great expense saved by finite who lived so near a ecu- ! ti...

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 March 1908

m n-' t SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VOL. 7 BENTON, MO., MARCH ii, 190S. NO. 20 I T ft I" f if ( f i 1 Observations by the Kicker Queer Turn of Affairs in the "Socialist and Anarchist" Hub-Bub. Killing of Averbush to be Investigated. You who road newspapers of ten tlio capitalist days ago nre aware of how they shrieked 'So cialist mid Anarchist; " how they sind their police discovered huh laising "plots'' against the eon-.-tittited authorities, etc. Accord ing to these newspapers t lit assas sins had gathered anil drawn lots, 11111I .Teicminh Averhach hail drawn No. '-'1, which designated hint as tin one to slay Police Chief Shippy, fit' Chicago, while the police were enrohitig tor the man who drew No. li!! he being the man slated to kill Mayor lJusse, of Chicago. Oh, it was grout the way the iiewspapwiMind police "unearthed'' tilings. Tt was only equalled by their eflorts when President Me Kitiley was assassinated. I.itl, the Kicker is never carried off ly blood and thunder stories ami alw...

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 March 1908

wizy 't""r. C I y i SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. tML A HAFNMt M M sw oSMe IB BMtaa, M. TAMP IT OUT. Flying Machine Problems. Henry Farman, an English aeronaut, lias lately won a prize of $10,000 of fered to the man who should first "fly" one kilometer, or 3.2S0 feet, lu a ma chine heavier than nlr. Farmer's ma chine had to be run 300 fret on the ground before it rose, and then It ailed under Its own power 25 or 30 feet above tho earth for the required distance at a speed of 24 miles an hour, near Paris. It wac lu tho air about a minute and n half. Mr. Far man uted a 40-horse power motor, welshing 225 pounds, attached to an aeroplane. There were In addition a rudder, a propeller and some wlngj, besides a seat for the driver. Tho Wright brothers have sailed In the air, but they have made no public ex hibition of their machine, so It cannot be compared with this. The problems before the man who would operate above the earth a machine heavier than air are how to overcome the at traction of grav...

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 March 1908

"wmim ........ rr-i-i--jinruwjnn.n.-.-ujL. FOR THE MORNING rRETTV BREAKFAST CAPS NOW MUCH WORN. BtomlnQ Adornment for the Head It fore the Hair It Elaborately Madt Up Lace and Ribbon the Materlala Uaed. Pretty and becoming aa were many it the old-time nlghtcapa, the break tan capa of today, built on much the same lines, are even more fascl natlng. For breakfnit In bed or even In one's own boudoir a dainty cap of lingerie lace and ribbons Is an at tractive complement to the robe of embroidered crepe or satin, whether or not It Is fashioned of the same material as the negligee gown with which It Is worn. To don early In the morning before the hairdresser has appeared a little cap of this sort 13 almost a necessity, while to put on before there has been time to dress the hair properly for the day, with all Its combs and puffs, the cap will prove so Intensely becoming as to cause all possible defects to be at once disguised. There are many models from which to select In the breakfast ca...

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 March 1908

8BUSCRIPT10K PRICE: Twelve months, ' $1.00. Six months, - .GOc Three months, .8I. GETTING TOGETHER. Front tbeChlraitis lnlly Morliillrt. National Secretary Tn1)bf of the Farmers Society of Equity ami In ternational Equity Exchcnge occu pied the floor for nearly two hours at the Chicago Federation of Labor yesterday, putting before that body his plan for distributing union farm produce to the consumers of Clnea yo. He would depend upon union huor oi.i.f it j.i.j. wi. i iV to t. tnblish union store in the city. It was not the society's intention lie said, to take trade away trom any grocer or produce dealer that is entitled to ii, but the society would seek to eliminate the speculator and food trust from the faint produce market. The plan is to raise mouev b stock subscription from the mem- part -hers of organized labor and u.-othc funds for the establishment of re ceiving and distributing stations, either by signing contracts with Happenings in and Around Oran. It is u lamentable fac...

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 March 1908

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VOL. 7 BENTON, MO., MARCH 28. 1908. NO. ai OUR PUBLIC SCHOOLS. School Children of the County Will Meet at Benton, Saturday, April 4, in Athletic Exercises. On .Snlutdny of next week the school children of the county will unl lit'f nt Denton to engage iu athletic exercises. This step was decided lit a trceiit meeting nf teachers anil County Superintendent. Smith has prepared 11 beautiful banner to he presented to the school winning the most points. The "champions" will hold the Limner until next veiie. and the si-hoof winning the banner two years in succession wiil bei awarded it permanently. ' ! All over the county the children nie interested and practicing tor the occasion. There will he basket hall, foot races, jumping, shot put. I H'lay race, saek raeo, potatoe raee. elothes-pin iaee. ete. The judges' Mill ho Profs. Aulsliury, Toiulin.oii and McGee. ,The exercises are to begin at 1 o'clock p. m.. and iu ene the day is rainy the meeting will lie postponed unti...

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 March 1908

ex lit? Eft? MMAflvn ovmrtr vfivon I MIMA I -WtLL. If WAX MUST COMB. I'M READY." " I UPllf O AP H AU flUTCC I DRAMA IN LONILY INN. I HOW TO KNOW FORI PAINT. Pywu wuflu ajyiv .miiv m ncno ur uunanLoo - - mill A. MAFNBft, PuMtolMr. MIbWSjP tall Ba IV I 1 WeuU-Be MuNmr Mae te Eat HI ' ssUlllltW. IfB TWHB, "1 rCAinr tifflU JLfcJ tflHE-J n DOINQB OF PEOPLE'S REFRBtEN Own Poteen. iSSkZ.m : - FxkAPI WIIMAN ifiTY . fs4flB&rMMfl tativib at Washington. i arM iiTiruie BMCCHTCII I Nothing succeeds like success, as SUICIDE FOLLOWS FIQHT IN SSWLtifmlKui I the effort of our government to la- WHICH ONE OF MARRIED X25hi Jpsfl i troduee reindeer In Alatta and domet- RIVALS STABS OTHER. AXV r4dsV (am unqualified success. It Is estimated usEl 'Bk91 r&ssfxttxisi mm tm IM 0FFICE 3 JfI -i -1BBBsW .BA. y. IMT . i Tti Reindeer apartment. Nothing aucceeda llkt success, and the effort of our government to la traduce reindeer In Alaska and domes ticate them there seem to have been aa unqualified succes...

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 March 1908

f.' n ft v.-c Jill w I CEMENT CULVERTS. QREATER CORN CROPS. Conditions Whueh Mutt for Largo Yield. Secures Prove the Cheapoot cause Lait Longoit. Thoy If It Is necessary to lay a plpo within two feet of the surface of the roadway, Iron water pipe or gas plpo should bo used. For larger volumes of water culverts of rubble, masonry or Portland-cement concrete may bo built. Very often, with a proper de sign, It will be found to be more economical to use the concrete, par ticularly If It Is re-enforced with ateel. Concrete Culvsrt End. I.arpe culverts and bridges shoulft always ba designed by competent civil engineers and constructed under their supervision. Indeed, very often the advice of such an engineer In regard to the smaller waterways might be fought with profit. Money Is too often wasted from a lack of knowledge con' renting the proper sizes of pipes and culverts. In many localities It is the custom to extend to the center of the road driveways leading from adjacent lands to 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 March 1908

espy. SOT ,f .k V 3 ' r AROUND BENTON. Bnd Johnson was brought to jail Saturday by Deputy Sheriff ' x Lee, to servo out n flue of $10 and eosta assessed by Spuire Bostou for running a baudy house at Morley. AMrs. Uanck was n'o fined $10 Happenings in and Around Oran. for being associated with Johnson Her fine was paid by Georeo lied ger, and on that evening a warrant was sworn out amunst Iledcer bv Johnson and Mrs. Houck. eknruimr him with frequenting their resort. The trial will be next week. A Swede laborer struck town last week anil stopped with Uncle Au gust Anderson ",,,fhcr Sved la borer. a The visitor became violently ill and is said to have become in sane. Before taking sick lie proved to be a good worker. Uncle Au gust is poor and has appealed to the authorities to take care of the1 man who is a victim of the sys tem. He has no doubt, worked and starved and worried himself into his present condition. Representative Oliver, of Pem iscot county was here this week looking up t...

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. — 4 April 1908

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VOL. 7 BENTON, MOm APRIL 4, 1908. NO. 22 1 1 THAT ANARCHIST PLOT. Incendiary Capitalist Press Responsible for the Murder of Young Averbuch.-DeveIopments at the Inquest. A mouth ago the capitalist press -of the country was shrieking "So cialist mid Anarchist" mid de manded the arrest and expulsion from the country of every tnun who looked "suspicious.'' According to the capitalist idea u man looks suspicious it he has on weedy eloth.es", or if it can he shown that he re fused to vote either the Republican or Democratic ticket at the last election. Such men were arrested and thrown into prison by whole sale all over this "free" country. Itecausc of this pounding by the press the police authorities all over the country were worked up to a pitch where they feared for their personal safety. In Chicago a boy less than lt years old and weigh ing only 1l2." pounds called at the home of the chief of police to get a "pusspott." He was fresh from Kiissiu and did not know 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. — 4 April 1908

WW 5 s ay sv. in-1 1 si i8 f?9 mi.: ..vvi SCOTT COUNTY KICKER ' PHIL. A. hAfNIr. Ptieiishw. , lufcchiti6HnmrvtAw 10C cAIH. Entered at the pout office In Bento no., on rporuary M, iwi, mail matter. In Benton. U MOOM Recalls Drtyfui Cut. Another French officer has been can dieted of attemptlns to sell secrets to foreign power ami has been con-, tfenined to lire Imprisonment In a fort, rcss and, of course, to be degraded from his rank In the navy. This recalH the case of Capt. Dreyfus, largely be cause It Is different. Thoro has al ways been a strong suspicion that' the Dreyfus affair was a "put Tip job" In bo far ns the accusations against that unfortunate v.nn were concerned. Certainly no conclusive proof that he was guilty of treasonable acts was over submitted, while the wicked con duct of some of h! accusers wr.a amply demonst.:".ed. tn the latent In stance the accused person has inurto full confession, or at least Is'ofilcl.'i'.iy reported to have done so. after tcing "caught wit...

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. — 4 April 1908

it SYNAPSIS. linrton It. Dnrnos. n wpallhy American 'fiiript! Corsica, rescues tho yonns Kng-li.-li MciitctMiit, Kihvnrd Qrrnrd Anstruth r. nnil his CorMcan lirlile, Marina. i!atiiitpr of the l'nolls. from the mnr rtinnm vcmlettn, imdrrstnnllnB ttmt his -varl l to be the hand of the fflrl ho vc. i:nld Anntrutlier. slxtir of tho Kn llsli IW-uipnant. The four My from AJnc- In to MarsHlles on boaril tho Kronen Mc-nmrr Cunst.-intlne. Tho vendetta pur f i" nnd u tho iiuartot nro nbout to l"ard lh train for London at Marseilles, Jlarlna Is handed a mysterious note which ratmiH her to collapse and necessi tates a postponement of the Journey. Ji.irr.e pets part of the mysterious note nnd sorrlves letters which Inform him that nr Is marked by the vendetta. Ho cmpMa an American detectlvo nnd plans to u.it the vendetta at their own game, l or the purpose of securing tho safety ff t.'.o wonivn Harnes nrrnnscs to have Iady Clinrtrli lease a secluded villa at Mi-e to which the party l to bo taken...

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. — 4 April 1908

.OT-'?AWDa' UNION. y-.k iH mrrow oi ine una; ..yt PS? Ml' ft 1 , F f!" ft 1-1 if i I, r to !P ri.V BiT . At' J" L L. -Muttcra and Miss Mand make Owm thoir HbiJing place. Tker are other eterprisinff men Who dwaf. you if they can. , We feed tbein and we clothe them Ad we do the best wo can: I don't eee why they want to gonge xne farmera. chorus: Hurrah! boyo, hurrah! We'll toot the farmers horn: We'll Bhow them that we have aright m - i xv price our wneai ana corn, That is what we aim to do A a ?.i., .. .-.. o-p t- And be n baud of independent Farmers. The farmer wants his half the ropo He thinks it 's just and right; The other fellow 's got it all And pulling very tight; When we get this thing our way They'll have to do us right When they find thpy can't hoodoo The farmers. Chorus: Those two-by-four merchant? Say they can't take 10 per cent. They say the farmer don't amount (to much; His money 's already spent 3ut when we get this thing our way They '11 have to be content When they f...

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 April 1908

i I SCOTT I VOL. 7 1 v COUNTY FLICKER. . mi BENTON, MO., APRIL nt i50o. NO. 33 IN "SOCIETY." Evidently nil is not sold thnt glit ter. Anyway the percentage of divorces in uiillionairedom is greater than elsewhere. When one of these bargain-counter marriages in about to tuke place the big papers dry to outdo each other in telling the peo ple aliout the rare qualities of the contracting parties. A few years Inter the same pa pees try to outdo each other in dishing the tilth upon the public that iki.cs out in the di vorce proceedings. .When Count Boni de Castelaue was about to take over a block of the (Jould millions by making a countess of Anna, the people were fearfully tortured by the papers. If the count sneezed, the pHpers contained a page account of how gracefully he did it. Of course the Goulds paid for it. Like all American girls who trade cash for titles, Anna soon tired of the fun. Although Boni is not a Socialist, Anna learned, to her sor row, that she was not the "only pebb...

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. — 11 April 1908

P " m ft r - : , . . aenaaaaaasi S SCO IT COUNTY KICKER PHiL. A. HA?NsllCuWihsr"" fcuiUftiPf IciN PiR VTTWoflcCTff. Entered at the poat office In Benton, Mo., on February 14. 1M2. sceoad data ssall matter. heep ueeeedlng Cattle In the .Watt. The cattle barons of the west, who once held undisputed sway over the great public domain, have been dis placed, In the last few years, by new lords of wealth and power the sheep men. Travel, over the Pecos country iz New Mexico, where John Clilstim ruled like a lord of old, and where his baronial retainers fought desperate battles with the retainers of rlvnl cat tie barons, and what will you find but ahcep. and more sheep? To be suro there are plenty of cattle left In the country, but they are split up In tiny herds among the Email rancher, while jnost of the unfenced range Is grazed over by great flocks of sheep, of all grades and values, In tliarge of Mexi can herders In all states of somno lency. In Montana. Wyoming and Col orado, where tht ...

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 April 1908

mmmmmmmmnnr j mti.mMimimmmmmmm!mi Wmw ; vwwvr - i ' : , I eaaW to: III nn irH Pl-MSQ ' 1 1 " ao u WM Ion Bf0 11104 M ,uk "SaCBBsP 7 . I I I I S I I iaaBal BgaiBsBak -ar al aai aaaaXaaaVaaaataaT mw " T 1 I iuv wauvou-nttv touvv viui w vim V.v.'- aw 11 r wm m m m -aaaaaaaa aaaa'aaam aaaa aaaa aaa aaaaataaaaaaaaai mar . a 4p ? J?KTiThanCTWiBBrU MS 'A It' CHAPTCR Vll.-ContlnuscJ. Bob left his wife at hli mother't houso white he went to Sand Land ing to the funeral. After tho old judge and his victims had been laid away and tho relatives had gathered In the library of the great white Sands mansion, he explained their kinswoman's condition and told them that she was his wife. He Insisted upon paying all Judge Sands' debts, over 1500,000 of which was owed to members of the Sands family for whom he bad been trustee. Defore he went back to his mother's, Bob had turned a great calamity Into an occasion for something near rejoicing. Judge Sands and his family were very dear to the people of th...

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 April 1908

'. r IHatOBi .Oil. Xtw HurfBtYw Tfciik ? SnWMs Carry Ehctim at YaMkser Ml eaHLp-TMMayi tNCUM. The towns that "had a time" last Tuesday were Vanduer and Edna because the "undesirables" had the impudence to test strength at the ballot box with the best people." At v anduser a caucus of Kepubli cans and Democrats was held Mou day evening and a ticket labelled "4Free-For-AH" was hatched out to defeat the Socialists. But the So- cialists landed every man on their ticket, viz: Chas. Chaney, V. It. Vowels, S. C. Cavanah, L. E.War nica, Geo. W. Lay ton. The high est vote for the Socialists was 34 for Charles Chaney. The highest vote of the free-for-allers was 28 for W. H. Cranuiek. After the re sult was announced Chas. Chaney said to the opposition : "Boys, your mongrel child was born last night; we buried tt today." The annexa tion of the Matthew? addition was defeated 32 to 26. Burnet Smith was elected School director At Edna they had a real hot time the full vote turning ont. There was 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. — 18 April 1908

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. 1 VOL. 7 c::nton, mo april i, i9o,s. NO. 24 TIIK "HKFOKM" WAVR. I Mill somewhat of an observer of pavdug events. Tin1 iiinn who dot's not go beneath the surface is not npt to pet 11 very jlr view of wlmt D going on nlmiit. liiin. One of the things that impress tne in that when ever the people get aroused to a point where they threaten to get nt the root of mi evil they are usually Kit 'KIN' n A Dt'ST. It seem- silly to discuss anarchy in the sense flint the eupitulists TIIK SHINS HP TIIK TIMKS. Tlr inn capitalist newspapers that, at timed, print some mighty wohki nave ns iieiievr mar. 11 ex- goon eiiitonai-. mi-mi paper- ate its, for there is no sin-h anarchy 1 few ami are tint wholly ub.ervietit out-ide the inude-to-order niiareh ist of the newspupers. It' there are such beings, why have none been arrested ami convicted.' The "an archist" who sht t the Denver priest to tin' ruling elns. Soiiu- of their editorial would puss for "inceiidi ury utterances." This el...

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 April 1908

SCO IT COUNTY KICKER PHIL. A. HAFNtW, Publisher. u sac m pfTSrTp ilTVGXiriiodc AiR. Entered at the post office Ma, on February 14, 1902, cIusk mall matter. In Benton, second Shut In. A maiden aunt who had lost her money was provided with a home in n well-to-do family. At once she Identi fied herself with Its Interests, and be Ing a housekeeper born, was able to serve them in many ways. As occa slon arose, she played tho parts of cook, maid, nurse, seamstress, laun dress, gardener, social secretary and night watchman. So faithful was sin to such duties that she never leh town, when others took vacations, anil for Weeks at a time did not stir be yond the gate. The family "gave ho. a home," as they and she said. Actu ally she earned her living three time over. In return for board, lodsinu and clothing, she accomplished task? and bore responsibilities that few do- I nestles would have been willing to undertake at any price. L'nllko the domestics, she had no Thursday and Sunday afternoon...

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 April 1908

kJjIamWS '"mm A RASH CONCLUSION. "Then I nm to understand thnt tills Is your flnnl answer, Miss Stubbles?" "My final answer?" "Nothing can inovo you?" "Nothing." "Then my life will be a lonely one nnd my fate a harsh one, for my uncle with whom I lived has Just died and left me " "That fact somewhat alters the rase, I lent y. 1 cannot be harsh to one who has sustained such recent 'se rcavenient. If 1 could believe that you are sincere" "Sincere! Oh. Miss Stubbles!" "You have certainly made an Im pression on my heart. Give me time to think of It." . How long?" "After nil, why think of It? Henry, 1 nm yours!" "Oh, Genevieve!" "Do not squeeze me so hard. Henry. Your poor uncle! Was he long ill?" "Three days." "It Is too bad! You say he left ou?" "Yec, he has left me." "How much?" "How much? I said he had left me. He had nothing else to leave. I am alone In the world now, homeless, penniless, but with you by my side why, she's fainted!" Personal. My hands nre Fiioh peculiar th!..J I'm r...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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