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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 18 April 1908

SBUSCRIl" Twelvemonths, $1.00; Six months, - ,60c Three months, - .35. TAKE NOTICE I I have this week, by mail, sent notices to all subscribers whose sub- seriptions have expired. 1 hope all mil rvuew ai ouce tor none can afford to be without the paper, al though you may not nhvnvs agree with it. The greatest trouble I have is. with my very best personal friends. They say, "Don't let my paper Mop; 1 will par the first time 1 tome to Benton." If they knew the annoyance that such a' system would cause me they would not ask it. It is impossible. With a sub scription list, as large as the Kicker has, no one could remember the in dividual desires or requests of sub scribers. In some instance 1 have uieu ami utterly failed. I -hall tot try again. When the time raid for expires you will I e notified. Vnless you renew, the paper will stop. When you subscribe for the Sicker tor one year J haw no right to send it to you for a longer time. The Kicker cannot exist on wind. It depends upon its p...

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 April 1908

SCOTT COUNTY HICKER. VOL. 7 BENTON, A10.. Al'KIL 5, NO. 25 l0 Vol KVKIf THINK.' jA.V 'INTMLMNI-JNT" VIKW. Last Stinduv whs Ka.-ter. All 1 Tin-other (ln, I had h iIim-imsioii the churehe- of CluaMeiidotii rail'', with a gnum of "intelligent Ileum- wilii ialllii.ialm ami, a at I hn.-t-niii-tidc, every pulpit breathed tin: pint "Peace on earth: good will to ward liit'ii . What, a I !-i hit such expre-ioii nf .-eiitiii.ent would be it' it were put into practice. While tin- ehureln- were thus oai-, ' i:i tin tinty clerk'-olllcc, I'lfsfiit wore IfcpirM-iitatiVf Wade, County Clerk Mcl'liecters Collec tor ('hri.-. nun and Tieasiiier Nor rid. The -abject war- taxation and aioe over eight acres of landthiit had lieeii -"Id b tru-lec during the 1 ringiti with tliy.i. siihlinic word, day tor t'I,:!.jD and wa.- as-c ed at j our navy vn -ail in g ai 011 ml on I he 1 ,01 lit. An c,.miiiutioii ot the j Pacific ena.-l looking lor trouble, j tnvhook.-icveul"d thai thi.-part iv.- I l.'ongte.-s wu- iuc...

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 April 1908

SCO IT COUNTY KICKER PHIL. A. HAFN1H. Publisher UMCHIPf ION PfR VtlTfi6)CAT?T. Entered at the post office In Denton, Mo., on February 14, 100 J, u second claiD mall nutter. I DIf appointed Again. The collapse of the company which was organized In England to prosecute the Druce claim to the title and es tates of the duke of Portland Is typical of the fate that usually awaits such enterprises. The corporation was or ganized and shares were taken by sanguine Individuals who professed to believe there really waj a chance to oust the present holders of the lands and the dukedom, but who have only complete failure to show In return for the money invested. Schemes of this nnd similar kinds are not unknown in other countries, Including our own. Associations have been formed to get hold of valuable lands, treasure hidden by pirates and other more or less mysterious if not mythical property, but very rarely has there been profit to anyone except the lawyers and other agents who have been paid...

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 April 1908

OA DA HOME-MADE POST DRIVER. It Can Uud to Alto. Drlvt a Will Posts may be driven with tpecd and economy on many farms, If well Fharpened and the right method Is followed. A real post driver Is one of the most easily made things and one of the most useful that a farmer can Bet up. Uprights are bolted across to a sled, or a rough plank sled may he made for the purpose. The standards may be 12 or 15 feet high. To them Is bolted a cross bar which supports the hoist for the eight. For this a block of Iron or lead weighing not less than 25 pounda must be obtained, and It must havo a staple or ring in It so It may be lifted. The post Is placed where It it CROPS AND MOISTURE. Easy to Drive Posts with This. to be driven and the weight lifted and allowed to fall on it. A little practice will enable one to drive posts In soil that seems too hard. The rig is use ful also in putting down driven wells To drive a well, says the Farm and Home, 1'i-lnch pipe Is preferred. The length should not be 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 April 1908

fcmjsouiin'ioN price:. Twelve njonths, 1 1 00 Six months, 60c Three months, .35. LATE NEWS NOTES. In Shannon county the farmers have two utrov .rt-s and n mill. To the Pemiscot Argus a farmer writes: "Some of the merchants who fought us so hard at first have gone out of business now, others are going out as fast as they can Miy are they going out? From the simple fact that .at the town of Mountain View just over the hue in Howell county, there has been a large union store established, and instead of making S or 10 merchants rich, the people have united their trade at one store, and the little fellow who had time to sit on his counter and fight the Farmers Un ion, now has time to sit in front of his door and watch his former cus tomers as they file in and out at the door of the union store." In St. Louis, last week. Andrew Sitka was shot and will probablv die. The poor man had been out of work for months aud was coinc along the railroad tracks picking up little lumps of coal that fal...

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 May 1908

'i?'ivif?-,4'!i''- SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VOL. 7 BRNTON, MO., MAY j. WOo. NO. 26 if SOCIALIST DAY IN ISF.NTON. L S. P,d winds, lecturer tor tins i'i.i!it party, was jrit-otocl with a vety large audience Friday. Peo ple ficitii every part of tin- county were here and V. .1. Kindred and hi njred father, of'Sundylnnd town hip. drove miles to hear the speaking. The elder Kindred is over "it yeni old and it was a long drive lor him. 1'ut as soon as he leached town he started out selling Col. lick Maple's book. ".Master and Slave." At noon .Indue. Wiley annoiitieed I'roiu the heneh that there wonld lie Soriali.-I speaking at I o'clock. At that hour Mr. Kdvvard.- was intm-ihii-cd by Count Secretary I'raiuim. The conn loom was tilled to the I'CS.SKU, IIKAI'D FliOM. Who said doc l'n.-.cll would not he heard fiom when we sent him to congress llcsidesthe numerous package of garden seeds distribut ed in tpe ilistriet. Charleston i. to have a !'-itieh cannon to adorn its court yard. To.ludge Marsh...

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 May 1908

SCO IT COUNTY KICKER PHlL. A. HffNl'H, FublUhtf. " Entered at the post office 'in Benton, Mo., on February 14, IWi, second cImi snsll matter. New Orleans from tht River. Tou would never get a good Impres sion of New Orleans from the rtver, either after dark or before (says a traveling correspondent of the New York Sun). In the daytime little ts visible beyond the long protective works but a dull desert of roofs from which a few steeples and skyscrapers emerge without adorning It. The city owes everything to the Father of Rivers, but he is a harsh, Intrusive creditor, with whom she does not wish her Intercourse to be too close. So far as her front ts concerned, she Imitates some of her inhabitants, whose street windows are always closely shuttered, while they enjoy themselves In open interiors, pleasant with trees and flowers. And on the other hand, when you have gone a dozen yards ashore the river disap pears as If for pood. It never forms the background of a prospect from tho stree...

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 May 1908

1 ' CHAPTER VIII. Continued. "All right, Fred," I answered. "I will go over to Bob'i right now. I hate to do it, but there la no other hope." I dropped the receiver and started for Bob's office. As I went through his counting-room one ot the clerks said, "They have just broken Anti People's to 90 on a bulletin that Tom Kelnhart's wife and only daughter have been killed In an automobile ac cident at their place In Virginia. They first had It that Relnhart himself was killed. That has been corrected, al though the latest word la that he is prostrated." I rapped on Bob's private-office door. I felt the coming struggle as I heard his hoarse bellow, "Come la." He stood at the ticker, with the tape in one hand, while with the other he held the telephone receiver to his ear. My God, what a picture for a stage! His magnificent form was erect, his feet were as firmly planted as it he were made of bronze, his shoulders thrown back as if he were withstand Ing the rush of the Stock Exchange hor...

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 May 1908

H)e' a. P SuU&'im'l.iKN i RICE:. Twelve aotiths, .fl.OO. Sis months, - ,60c Three months, .!lf. CIRCUIT OOl'HT DOINGS. The circuit court bus been grin dinK steadily and the grand jun hus had out it.- dragnet that makes buhint'M for the lawyer. This a ?Tir u at rt.w .iH,, "' not be tlic intention of the ANTI-SALOON btAUlifc. crH11(1 im.Vi ,tlt a is ,.,. JlU it Rev. J. U. Fiedler lectured in wiR iiniount to. Kenton Tuesday evening. He is a The Duvnll-Hiukle case has been representative of the Missouri An- continued to the 3d Monday in Mnv M-Salooit League and is orK.tiw.iiiK The ease tried that attracted most Scott county. Rev. Fiedli r is a people was that of l.ou Huff for the hard worker and very pleasant to murder of Sum Mills, at Oran. he with. Hi whole, biff heart is present at the time of the trouble in the work. He entered tl e Kick- were Huff's wife and a Mrs, Bragg, er offlce feeling very sure of my These were the chief witneses-Mrs undivided assignee in hi work Bragg tor...

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. — 9 May 1908

if SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VOL. 7 BENTON, MO., MAY 9, 1908. NO. 27 FRIEND CURD ANXIOUS. Just after printing the Kicker hist week I received n letter from my friend, B. S. Curd, of Morley, in whieh he seemed to he anxious about the future welfare of the Kicker. He writes that the W. C. 'T. II. of Morley had taken excep tions to an article in a recent issue of the Kicker because I believe that Socialism is the only solution of the liquor problem and said that Frances K. Willard, before her death, expressed her regret that she could not live her life over again so that she might devote it to the cause of Socialism. In other words, she considered her life-work a failure because she had worked along a false trail. Friend Curd seems worried and writes: "I haven't the paper to quote from, therefore I can't give yon the words that offended the W. C. T. II. I remember reading tile article but cannot recall any thing said by you that would cause anyone to think that you had turned traitor to 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. — 9 May 1908

SCO IT COUNTY KICKER kML. A. HAFNER, PubHshsrT ' SUBSCRIPTION PSR VKAW $100 CAifT. Entsrsd at thepot office' In Bontonl Mo., on February 14, 102, as second Ian mall matUr.' Castro must think the big stick it HI a bluff. Tropical ground storms are worse than cold country blizzards. Prince de Sagan loves her In direct ratio to the pressure of his creditors. Anna Gould's family Is unreason able. Just as If princes didn't always come high! Castro of Venezuela wllfbe Interest ed to know that the 1'nlted States sen ate is getting ready to build a (lie lin ger him. If the automobllists do not go to Alaska that gasoline cached along the toute will do very nicely for Eskimo cocktails. Word comes from abroad that It costs $300 to entertain King Edward nt a week-end party, but, of course, It's worth It. Anyway, Prince de Sagan' trip need not be entirely profitless. He has boon over quite long enough to write a vol ume or two on America. The Philadelphia mint Is asaln run ning at Its full rapac...

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. — 9 May 1908

CHAPTER IX. TW governing committee was hold ing a meeting In Its room. Bob rushed In unceremoniously. "One word, gentlemen," he called. "I have more trades outstanding, both buys and sells, than any other mem ber or house. Before deciding whether to adjourn In an attempt to save 'the Street,' I ask your consideration of this proposition i If the exchange will suspend operations for 30 minutes, and allow me to address the mem bers on the floor, I wilt agree to buy stocks all around the room, until they have regained at least half their drop all of It, If possible. I will buy un til I have exhausted to the last hun dred my fortune of a billion dollars. This should make an adjournment un necessary. I know that this Is a most extraordinary request, but you are confronted with a most extraordinary situation, the most remarkable In the history of the stock exchange. Al ready, if what they say on the floor Is correct, over 200 banks and truBt companies throughout the country have gone unde...

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. — 9 May 1908

COUNTY GRADUATION A Cliss of 51 iradoates for Scott Cooity this Year. Mi Medal Ceatest at tiradiatiig Exer cises at fart Hwse. tatoi,Tfcirs iaj, May28.-Msk by IrassBtwI. The county school superintendent has finished his review of the ex aminatiou papers tor county grad uation and has found that 50 have passed. The class is over three times as large as last year's class owing to the tact that patrons. teachers and the larger girls are taking ranch interest in the school work of the county. This speak well for the school spirit of the boys ana girls ot the county. ing class, from the time be was gov ernor of Michigan in the early eigh ties, until the day of his death, and you will not find a single unselfish act: Now turn to page 426 of the re port of the secretary of the senate, and it will be found that, in addition to paying Senator Alger's funeral expenses, the senate voted his wid ow a cash gift of five thousand dol lars. Had this sum been voted to some poor woman who was in dire...

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. — 16 May 1908

SCOTT COUNTY RICHER If" rtSWs- VOL. 7 BENTON, MO., MAY 16, 1908. FARMER AND SOCIALISM. T regret that none of the' more intelligent capitalist editors will dis cuss Socialism with the Kicker. The Jackson Cash-Book undertook it and gracefully sidestepped. Since then none has ventured. If -any reference is made at all to So cialism by these papers it is in a ridiculous or nonsensical way. No attempt is made at intelligent discussion. The least developed phase of the social question is the man on the laud. Up to this time prominence has been given to the factory and mine workers. By most Socialist writers the farmer has lieen regarded as part capitalist and part worker, ami that the "system" had no suf ficiently enslaved him to force his eyes open to the cause of his trou bles. You hear a great deal about the "imlependent farmer." In this ar ticle I am not going to speak of the tenant, farmer nor the farmer with a mortgage. I shall deal with the 4 'ideal farmer" the man who owns the lan...

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. — 16 May 1908

iCOfTCd"tjNTY KICKER Ma. on February 14. 1M2. aa Villi usr. Bona of the candidates who do the aost promlilni are not by any meaaa the aost promising. Blr Frederick" Bridge-Is" going to Quebec, but he will scarcely fill th Rap left br the bridge that went down. ,Mre. ErellnTWrTiiht Allen, a grad uate of Leland Stanford ul varsity, has been appointed dt-aa of women for that Institution. However, even ItlOO.OOO a year might not be despised by Prince Hello de Eagan, considering that he has not the price of a meal. Minister nameaFy"Rhejiimped from an ocean HneT and was drowned. And now there are more good fyshe In the sea than ever before. Foreigners can never "say we're im polite In on? respect. When counts come fortune-hunting you never hear of American competition. The Eaton county farmer who blew off his head because he couldn't quit drinking evidently didn't have much faith In the prohibition wave. While no official word has been sent out as to the result of the shooting in Macdalen...

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. — 16 May 1908

CHAPTKR IX. Continue. "Thli was easy, because Darry Conant, not knowing of my newly Invented trick, could buy only what he could pay for on the morrow, or, at least, what he believed hla clients could pay for; while I, not In tending to deliver what I told unlesi by smashing the price to a point where 1 could compel those who had bought to resell to me at millions less than I sold at could sell unlimited amounts literally unlimited amounts. When Barry Conant had bought all that ho thought he could pay for, he was obliged to beat a retreat In front of my offerings, and I was able to smash, and smash, until the price was so low that he could not by the use of what he had bought, as collateral, borrow sufficient to pay me for what I had sold him. Then he was compelled to turn about and sell what he had bought from me, and when I had re bought It for ten millions less than I had sold It for, the trick had been turned. I bad sold him 100,000 shares say at 220. He had sold them back to me...

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. — 16 May 1908

8BUSCRIPTI0N PRICE:. Twelvemonths, $1.00. Bis montht, .60c Three months, .35. HERE AND YONDER. DOINGS AT CHICAGO. The neatest national Socialist convention ever assembled on Amer iean soil is now in session at Chi cago. Every state and territory in the Union is represented. The magnitude of the affair may be judged by the noise the capitalist and "defeat of the Haywood fa& tion," the "splits," etc. Of course anyone familiar with the methods of these papers and the interests that they serve does not expect anything else, but the fact is that a great convention is in see sion in Chicago that will nominate a candidate for president and vice' president that will make the capital ist retainers sit up and take notice There was no delegation of bus iness men'" to welcome the Social ists into Chicago. The railroad offices, banks, trust companies and saloons were not decorated. In his address of welcome a Chicago Socialist said: "I regret that our mayor is not here to welcome you and 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. — 23 May 1908

n lit SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VOL. 7 BENTON, M0. MAY 33, 1908. DEM0C1AT1C CONVENTION What Nw ItprnMUthM af "TIE mar m-sn iiniai enGn--Sa,Be Slwjf. Yoa who were not in Benton Mon day missed a treat. The represen tatives of "the people" met in what they had the sail to call a Demo eraticeonvention. I neverattended a circus that amused me more. In fact, in an unguarded moment I let ge a loud laugh that I was immedi ately ashamed of. It was one of those "harmonious" affairs you read about. Early in the forenoon the old ringsters began to gather. All over the court yard they were cau cusing. Somehow, two farmers had lieen selected evidently to give the affair "color." These were standing around like toys with wet punt. I asked Christ. Heisserer what all the caucusing wns about, but he didn't know. He said he'd find out when they got up stairs. And I reckon he did. The dele gates were: Commerce Norval Anderson, merchant. Morelaud: S. J. Wade, physi cian; T. .1. Snowden, fanner. Sundyland B. ...

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. — 23 May 1908

x " , " - i . . " . . i IMftPIT TO' THB OYmfWnT. i THMNHT T WATiwwi. VMt iiM&frfPuju Meae BrMr omMhI UNtnteM Ameflesti b fatstntei fef BselemaeJen. ! ' " Ntt Ming In a Hurry Mia . St. i SCO IT COUNTY KICKER " lHiL. A. MAVKTlHruflitHrrr' i4ll(T6KtW yi"AT(HMcXIg. " Entered M the-poat office In Bontoe, Me., on February 14., 1(02, m we Mil jla mull mattw. . tin, you had batter aot take tor. of -tor a lew days yet A Clinton county, N. Y., baby baa two tongues. Qlrl, of courts. VIEW Of THI UrlNISB PHOMRTV. Anarchlsta are given to carrying their care around with them. President Castro evidently itanda ta the shadow of the wood shed. The peek-a-boo waist nm" the mos quito are watching each other, waiting tor the word. The most unfortunate trait of the anarchist la his determination to be taken seriously. After consuming 50,000 gallons of whisky, the great distillery Are at Peoria was arrested. Have we pot to send the fleet of battleships back around the Horn just to keep Castro quiet? 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. — 23 May 1908

1 CHIEF TOPICS AND SPEAKERS. AT CONFERENCE HORTICULTURE FOR CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES fftfffjHj M.toii f sMK th .... Resomrees ammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmSim Whit Zoom Conference fev Ont Msthod of Propagating Shruba HHG Other 1 mfaBBmBmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm consols in cut- s J,Ey, I HSsLLLLLLLLBLh ln or mounding &slix P .I3n9mmMmimlmasmVKY tvfe- farm roots as The mound-layering method Is prac ticed with some of the brambles and with many shrubs. It consists In cut ting back and hill In? or mounding the parent plants as shown In the accompanying fig ure. A large num ber of shoots will be sent up and will form roots at Mounding Planta. the Joints. They can then be tal-.en up and each shoot will make a plant. Many planta form long, slender shoots which will take root at the tip. Some plantx, as the blackcap raspberry, etc., naturally root In this way, but far more plants can be secured and the process hastened by bending each tip down to the pround and covering with earth. These tips, s...

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