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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 27 June 1908

B3f. . - 8BUSCR1PTI0N PRICE:. Twelvemonths, $1.(X. Hix months, - .60c Three months, .35. ANNOUNOEMFNTS. Tbi following: na antkorlud their (mnoonc rat m candidate in th primary tlnttos, on tt ticket nnder wnlch their nun rjr, DEMOCBATIO TICKET. For Stat Svsntor, J. W. KARRI. For Uiprwrntatlvit- K. J. WAHK. Kor AMconur W, It. HVRKS. C. 1). M. Ot'l'TON. Kor Som-iB tOtllS P. OOBER. Vtn Count? Troasnttr JOS. s. NORRIP. For Scrtejor J. E. WARNKK. Vat Cunat; Jadm -.M Dlntrlct. W. E. HOHBS. JlElTlll.HUN TICKET. Kor A.nor, oi:or(Ik jACons. A patron of a certain school-dis trict says: "Every morning last year our teacher spent much valu able time, that ought to have been devoted to school work, in the open ing exercises- singing and reading from books of fiction and 1 under stand the school-board has agreed to re-employ her. What remedy have the taxpayers! " For fear that I might be considered an in terloper meddling with the affiairs of a district wherein I had no con cern I referred him 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. — 4 July 1908

if ft. I I.? ft, K'1 SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VOL. 7 BENTON, M0M JULY 4, 1908. NO. 35 THEY ARE THINKING. I am glad to see the German farmers of the county considering the merits of Socialism. They are at least THINKING. Their fathers and my father were driven fram Germany because of the tyranny of capitalism. But you don't see the Germans coming to this country now. They have better conditions at home. My father was a potter by trade, and I well remember his relating that the wages he received in Ger many was nbouf one dollar a week, and that work people only had meat on the table once a week Sundays.' I can remember his tel ling that when he went from place to place he always had to have a "passport," and how the people had to bow and scrape in the pres ence of their rulers. This was in the days when the "divine right of kings" was preached from the pul pits and pounded into the people by the newspapers, the schools, and the policeman's club. For the oppressed people to complain was a ...

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 July 1908

- w bp CM SCO IT COUNTY KICKER Ium cmm6N Pkn YAinio6cAiff. Entered at "the post office In Benton, Mo., on February It, 102, m second olasa mall matter ACK TO THl SIMPLE Lin IN OYtTlft iAV. The Afghan's Idea of' the simple life Is taking to the hills and potting sol diers In khaki. The number oManilllcs Tn Prance Is estimated at.11.315,000, of which l.SOl,. 720 have no children. The skin of muskrats Is largely made uso of In the manufacture of the cheaper grades of fur coats. German children convicted of seri ous offenses numbered In 1905, 4S.00J, In 1906. 51,232. and In 1907. 55,210. Manchuria already Tecefvos 1.000 ca ble messages a day from Japan. The doubling of the cables Is probable. Ink for rubber stamps Is made of aniline dye mixed with glycerin. The dyes can be obtained at drussists' shops. And now somebody declare that Sir. John D. Rockefeller Is a socialist. He Isn't thinking, however, of divid ing up. A man In Indiana led a double life on a salary of $10 a week, and yet p...

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 July 1908

JfHEI RQNWAT TALE q THE BUIU5R5 UFIAC wasp it. 8YNOP8I8. Tlio Btury niwtin ilurlnc a trip nr the "Ov.rlanil Mnll" tlirotmli ilw Wv.Uy liuimitalns, wlillu rft'oriH nr.. IicIiik nimlu Ji JiulM up tin. i-immry. "l.'nt-le ;lly" .IMdtSP. utiiKe ilrlvi-r, Alfred VlmvM. a yinitiR mnn, ami I'liltioaH OmIwuIIiuIh-, In trciilucoil. TIipj toiiH! across the it. liintiw of a mrmsucre. I.nti-r ni Aiitli.my's Btatlnri tliuy tlml tin: ii-illdu.i have ciir rleil their rit-Mructlvn work tlirn nlsu. Klrlla Anlliotiy, ilaimliti'r of Anthony, kfi ir of Htallon. In Intrmlurt-il. Tin- tr.iv-t'k-r llnd Hint Anthony lias Ikh-ii ltllli-il. Mnicnt ultli lettor of Intrwlui Hon to Uov. Htanrunl Id ajolxinil U work In titifiirllilritt plaint of cm-mlix of rallrrml, l'-l!U hunt. Ho lu-urn of afi- arrival of Stella Anthony In a U-ttir from ln-r. Vln. u-ut VlHltR town wln-re rallroail im-n urn WiirliliiK on mail anil receives token of sti'i'in from Stella, i-iii1ih1IiI In a neat lunch ami forRet-tne-not. "Uncle Hil...

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 July 1908

ANN0UNCEMFNT8. ha following bAveiiuthorltml their annonnc. st it candidate. Id th. utlniiirj election, on e ticket nnde r which their natnt. appear, UEMOC1IAT1C TICKET. For Mat Senator, J. W. KARKIS. . J. WAUK. Kor A(Kur W, H. HMKS. C. 1. M. tlLTTON. Vat SherlB l.OUIS P. GOHKR. i'ot County Treanarer JOS. f. NOBUlti. For SarTeyor J. K. WAKNKK. For County Judire Sri Uletriit. W. El. MOBBS. UKl'fULIi'AN TICKET. For AM-or, OEOROE JACOBS. COUNTY COURT DOINGS. County court met in adjourned session last Monday and Tuesday Judge Hutehason being absent be cause of sickness. The following allowances for road and bridge work and supplies John B. Goshe. $04.33: Compas & Co., $10.50: Leo Goshe, $32.00 John Wallace. $35; Joe Utnage. $14; W. L. Carroll. $96.2o: T. E. Chewning. $4: L. Schmitt. $31.58 Chas. Bertrand. $32; John Steel. $3.u0; E. J. Maloue, $13: A. C. Miller. $41.30; J. P. Ancell.8S.25 .1. T. Ross. $98.03: .1. W. Karris. $137. Small-pox case of Ed. Hubbard, Blodgett: Dr. Presnel. m...

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. — 4 July 1908

iuuk in tin.- iiu.1.0, i.ui ! iv. me wishes ot her lato husband, of the dispatch only 47 had landed. Mrs. Qrover Cleveland Insisted that .MKiu come on uuu uiejr uuluiim olurmcd, fearing the doc had been PLEASANT FOR PAPA. Scott County Kicker Supplement-Benton, Mo. July 4, 1908. repre--.Tacob repre- PlUMAltY ELECTION NOTICE. State of Missouri, County of Scott SS. Notice Is hereby given that a pri mary election will be held at the reg ular polling places In each precinct of said County of Scott and that the polls will bo open between the hours of Seven O'clock In the morning and Six o'clock In the evening, un less the sun shall set after Six. when the polls sl.all be kept open until sun set on the first Tuesday of August, U'OS. being the 4th day of August, l&i'S. for the purpose of nominating Candidates for State, District. Countv and To.vnshlp Offices, to be voted for at the general election to bo held on Tuesday. 3rd day of November, 190S. That the hereinafter mentioned list con...

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 July 1908

"W"L-l,;,rr.:-'t7rTOM SCOTT COUNTY KICKER VOL. 7 BENTON, MO., JULY 11, 1908. NO. 36 1 'f " , MS Observations by the Kicker. Why a Socialist Stands Pat.--What they Mean by "the Workingman."--Some Millionaires are Socialists. VLASS CONSCIOUSNESS. The other evening I was discuss ing the Socialist situation with a Democratic official. On the quiet it i nduiitted that Socialism is very trong in the county, and while this Democrat admitted this, yet he as sured me "theywere coming back" meanitiff that the Socialists were deaerting and returning to their former political faiths. To this I replied: "You will never hear of a SOCIALIST 'com. tag hack You fellows regard the Socialist movement as of the same class as the Wheeler and Farmers' Alliance movement. Those organ izations were capitalistic. They stood for the existing social order, while the Socialists propose a com plete overthrow of present condi tions. The Socialist who is informed knows what he wants and will be satisfied with noth...

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 July 1908

f ft V r 3 it '0 Ti ,Tt, I. SCO IT COUNTY KICKER " HlL'A. MAHVublUhr. Entered at the post office Mo., on February M, 1802, las mall matter In Benton, second A rich man Is one that dresses veil as his wife does. The 11 London gas companies sup ply among them 46,403,852,000 nublc feet of gas to 1,101,896 consumers. King Edward Is not as deeply Inter ested in advancing the cause of democ racy as some of his radical friends. If the Florida had nny personal feel ings, she couldn't help wondering now what the navy department has against her. Taking charge of him so late in life. It Is hard for the American woman to train the continental husband to her liking. 1 DEAD, 4 INJURED RUSHING PAST SIGNAL, M., K. 4 T. TRAIN 18 DERAILED. CONDUCTOR SCALDED TO DEATH Men in Cab Palled to Sit Warning. Two Car Topple Across Right of Way. Still, some persons might think that after a man had been fed on sour milk for n month he would be mad enough to fight anybody. It will only cost twocents to send a let...

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 July 1908

1 KIND THOUOHT OF THI RIDE Possibly Tumid lily Cuttam InU omsthlng PMally Wsrth Whlla. "The moat considerate girl I ever knw Rot married jreiterday," aaid the man. "She showed her thought' fulness In a most unusual way. The day betcre the wedding she called the attention of the rest of the family to R row of 'old shoes, standing In a down talis closet. '"I want you to throw these after tho carriage,' she said. 'They are all niatca. 1 collected them to throw away." I earned some time ago that certain poor souls who have hard work to net clothes of any description keep a lookout for big weddings. They .hang around the house at golng-away time and pick up the good luck shoes. Meybexhey get a fit, and maybe they don't Anyway, I've done all I could to accommodate them. " 'Here are six pairs of shoea to be fired after me. If somebody doesn't get fitted In that collection, It Isn't my fault'" RQNWAT TALtt OP THE BUILDfiRS OF THE THE I JZturTJJOMfJpjtiaASBOUiJiaK' ALL IN THE FAMILY. Afrldl'...

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 July 1908

SBUSCRIPTION PRICE: . Twelvemonths, $l.(rt. Six months, .60c Three months, .33. ANNQUNCKMFNTS. The following hire authorised their announce Blent ni rundtriates in the primary eleitlon, on the ticket under which their ntuur uppeur. HEMOCKATtC TICKET. For Mute Senator .t. W. FAMIl. Vor I'.rpre.eiitatlv. S. J. WAliK. Kor .ur w. n. uiuhs. r. i. m. uci'To.v. Vot s-Jirrltr tout r. ooisEii. l'ot fontitj Traurer JO. . sor.mti 1'or surveyor J. E. WAKXKK. VorCoatit.v Jmlir '.M Mirlt, W. Kl. HOIilis, ijei'Iulhas rifKKr Vor A",nr, iiUcIUIK .1 iOHv HOW HE GOT CAUGHT. The old settlers of Commerce nre having considerable fnn at the ex pense of Uncle Win. Duugherty. Mr. Uaugherty is the oldest settler of the township and is a frequent visitor at the village by the river. He is a great baud at visiting all the public gatherings) anywhere near him, and the October circuit court is the only term he has failed to atteud since 18o". Uncle Dill, as he is familiarly called, is an uncompromising Dem ocrat...

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 July 1908

SCOTT COUNTY RICHER. VOL. 7 BENTON, MO., JULY 18, 1908. no. 7 i "71 .SOCIALIST EDITOR .TAIIiKD. In year's subscription to the Lan Fructnnn Knowles is editor of the Deadwood, 8. D., Lantern. He is u veteran of the civil war aud once represented his people in congress. He was prosperous, but the humane heart within would not let him he satisfied to have enough for himself while others suffered because of no fault of theirs. He ranked among the "best people" so long as he served the capitalists, but from the day he espoused the cause of human ity he became a marked man. Recently he was dragged into the federal court on a trumped up charge of sending "obscene literature" through the mails. The capitalists are getting awfully decent just now. To one who read the Thaw trial, .as published in the daily press, it will appear that their claim to de cency is belated. But Editor Knowles was "con victed," of course. That is what federal courts are foi to punish those who raise their voice again...

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 July 1908

SCO IT COUNTY KICKER klL. A. HAtrbth. Publisher.---" IR YiAfillOO CASH. Entered at the pott office In Benton. Mo., on Februnry H, 102, aa mcoo4 slats mall matur Bome people's idea of bringing up children is to bring them up with a round turn. Pet names nre very pretty In private conversation, but they sound decidedly Illy In court. BRYAN AND KERN IS DEMOCRATIC TICKET Now "poleless wireless" has been announced. After a while perhaps It will be costless as well. Servla and Montenegro are at It attain. They are the South American twins of the pastern continent. A Chicago Infant has a $1,000 crib. The kidnapers will be tempted to take the frame and leave the picture. In asking for a divorce, a Nashville woman said there was a devil In her husband. Why didn't she starve It out of him? Delegates to the Denver Convention Complete Their Task Scenes of Tremendous Enthusiasm When Name of Ne brashan Is Presented John Worth Kem of Indiana Choice for Vice-President. Denver, Col. In the early mor...

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 July 1908

TAUL q THE BUILDERS ajf the TOBfcryr'- - UF THE WEST f f I IT ' 8YN0P8IS. iT. -iw,.ry 'lurlrnr u trip of the J 1 -Vi' l , ilirnimli tli,. ifxliy H,.. ! I'iV V.m'lu ,,m" IulKi'. HtllKf l.i i1'''1. 'x'f.r,'!l Vnwi.it, u yotitiK man. ami " umiwHlliiilHr, Introduewl. Tlu-j I Him. firr.u.. 11... ... .. . . I ....... ... i .. i'-iiiiiiim in u umKHlUT. i. .luilit! . i'itliony ' ntntlon tlmy Unci the ttiirk tlu iy iilso. Btella Alitlinny, ditUKli !,',"' Antlmiiy. kroper of Htntlnn. Ih In vi n . . .''i N"'y. . Im bt-vn kiltoil. iii J1'.'!'1 'Mtenml Mi work In unearth Si.' ,,f vni-mlon of railroad. Ii.lng !,..,. "''; vlulu town wlwre rallrond '"V." nr,7Norklni" " lo wul and receives i?o.':M of, "eein from Btella. The old Mflke driver ilerldeH lu Wolk llnse to town in order that lie may l.e aide to I!'.. !2i,rly. over the young v . ";. 8hu 8 'nwwa as a tutor for i. ... '!;"nt'd. daiiKhter of hotel land lodi. Incent visits society circles of en loi'lV" !. J'"' t-Vntral Pacific railroad and lear...

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 July 1908

SBU8CR1PTI0N PRICE: Twelvemonths, $1.00. Six months, .60c Three months, - .35. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The following burr anthorlted their announce ment M candidate to the primary election, on the ticket under which their name appear, DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For State Senator, J. W. FARMS. For Representative ti. J. WADK. tot AnNior- W. R. UURK. C. I'. M, UUFTON. For Sheriff LOUIS P. aOHKK. For County Traarvr JOS. S. NORMD. For Surveyor J. E. WAR.NER. For County Judse ;d Pittrlct, w. ei. nouns. REPUBLICAN TICKET Fcr Apor, (IKOtWE JACOBS, Here is the idea I am trying to get into my readers. In my opin ion Mr. Jones did not violate any law. In the opinion of the jury he violated the law a dollar's worth. Yet Jones must dig up twenty odd dollars of his hard earned money to keep out of jail 1 This money goes to your officials who live from ' 'fees' ' and the more arrests they can make, the more fees they get. If the ac cused is acquitted the fees are sad dled on to the tax-payers. See the point! I don...

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 July 1908

- - r iVifv 'lew.'1-'!" ' ' .Kt-'' ''-'"ii if. y!,lwr"";'"ii?r:"?,vi'T,'ii",M-yjli ; i tTgry 1-T """" SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VOL: 7 BENTON, M0M JULY 25, 1908. 1 NO. 38 ft 1$ II CSS The Myth of a Free Press. (Our News Service Discussed by a Veteran Editor. How the Peoble are Doped with Made-to-Order News. Wm. Marion Keedy, editor of the 3t. Louis Mirror, is, perhaps, one of the most forceful writers in the atate. Being an Irishman he has that rugged honesty and inborn hatred of oppression so common among the sons of the Emerald Isle. At the Missouri Press Association, held at Excelsior Springs, May 28, Mr. tteedy read a paper entitled"The Mvth of a Prje Press." l am un der oblieations to J. B. Treinen, of . St. Louis, for a copy of the Mirror ..containing this address, it oeeu pies four pages of the Mirror, and I can, therefore, only give you sketches from it. Mr. Reedy relates nothing that I did not already know much of which I have told my readers. But be is a capitalist editor, 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. — 25 July 1908

SffiSSSKffis i PRQHIBS FOR CHAFIN UMCRimON MR YEAR 1100 CASH. Entered at th pout office "in Bonto mo., on renruary 14, 19m, data mall matter Jonton, COM A man may overtake a lot of peo ple on the road to ruin, but he never meets any one. The thoroughly domestic woman will do everything for you except make you happy, The New York World Insists that "even royal princesses are human." Yep, Intensely so. The average annual cost for each pupil tor public school education In Germany Is S12.S0. When aeroplanes get to working easily It may be found necessary to roof the penitentiary yards. John Thaddeus Delane was editor f the London Times from 1S40 to 1ST7, the period of the paper's greatest Importance and Influence. Kins Edward recently rode In an English street car, and we'll bet that was one time In his life that the end seat hog had to move over. In Nerveless New York they bounced shop girl because she was pretty. In Merry Milwaukee, boasts the Sen tinel, all the shop girls are good lo...

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 July 1908

A TALB THE BUILDERS A.'a m vjp inc. W . ft ' SYNOPSIS, i',lal '.",' ''.n, U1V" I'ddKC hIiikV. l'l im.'.w , r"!1 X ,n,r"1' " '" '"" n 1 J1IIHIIS I .iihtiit ...I.. - ini.n,i. ,..., '"Mil- III r,., till' r.mnln. ,.f .,..,...: JiJibint An' Matlnn they llml the u,,ri- Pi '"".'' their ilmtructlvf juiri, th..i;. nl.. stnlln Anthony, daugh !!, i , Al,tl".'y- Iv'i'tuT of Htatlon, l In vl,. .'.'i Ahony lia bwn killed. MiiM-ni Is nj.Hitrin-1 hlii work In unearth- ..f,,1''-".1.", "r H'tnlt.H of railroad. Ih-Iiir b. lit. lucent visits town whir.' railroad im-n jio -.sotklng on tin- road und revive S'fi "'''"I from Sli-llu. Tin- old ,,'..? ,'lrlur ''cidc to work close to I, '".t'l'lT Hint he may he utile to Kc.e ratlirly watch over the young woman. Mi" Is engaged nn a tutor for i. i. J!',"1'"'"'''- 'laughter of lintel land- !!? V1"''"1 vlsilM ""ch-ty circles of tn. cmW ..f the Central Pacific railroad and I'-.un-" tlii lr .i-r.ts. lie return tn Str-lln, 'im'. "''""If"-' Klnii of love for the othe...

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 July 1908

SBUSCRIPTION PRICE: . Twelve months, $1.00. Six months, .b'Oc Three months, .35. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The following have authorised their announce ment n candidate In the primary election, on the ticket under which their name itprear, DEW OCRATIC TIC K ET. For Stat Senator, J. W. FARMS. For Representative S. J. rVAtiE. Ear A"eeor W, II. HCRKS. C. 1). M. (lUPTON. For Sberlff- Lons r. aouEi',. For County Treasurer JOS. si. SORRIti. For Surveyor J. E. WARNER. For County Jadte M M-trlct. W. El). HOUR. KEfCULlCAN TICKET. For Aei.r. tlKORUK JACOBS. THE 13RANAM INCIDENT. From the letters received at this office it is evident that the neigh bors (all good farmers) of J. II. Branam, are considerably worked up over what happened at the pre liminary hearing of John Henley, at Oran, charged with forgery. They are sending in letters testify ing to the honesty, integrity and good character of Mr Branam. I am sorry I was not present at that trial, but I did not suspect that anything unusual would happen...

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 August 1908

1 SCOTT COUNTY HICKER. VOL. 7 BENTON, MO. AUGUST i, 1908. 4 NO. 39 "THE PARTY'S" ORAN HORSE-PLAY. Neighbors of J. H. Branam Testify to His Qood Reputa tion in the Community in Which he Lives. Last week the Kicker promised b investigate the Henley trial, at Oran, where such a desperate ef fort was made to discredit .T. H. Brannm, Socialist secretary and or ganizer for Scott county. To me it seems n waste of space to deal with the matter, tor I believe the people so thoroughly understand the methods of "the party'' that it is useless, hut since there etns to be a demand for it, I will briefly tell the story. ' As a starter, let us review Mr. Branam's career. He haa been in the county thirteen years, began as a tie-maker and now owns a splendid farm of several hundred acres. He is a man of determina tion and firmness, aud when he thinks he is right he stands his zround. That sort of a man, as a tuIp. is liable to tret mixed up in law suits with the "best people" and Mr. Branam was no e...

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 August 1908

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER PHIL. A. HAFNBW, Publisher lUtacRiPtldN frtfw viAW'noo CAtTJ. Entered at the poit office In Benton, Mo., on February 14, 1902, as second iUm mall matter The shallowest person Is often the deepest In debt. The child who Is as sharp razoi" usually needs strapping. Canada waters yielded last year about 20,000,000 lobsters, half of which were canned. Vienna has 32,000stteet beggars, and many of them make a better living than workmen, " TUMULT IN COURT ATT t MPT IS MADE TO KIDNAP WITNESS IN BROOKLYN. WOMEN AND LAWYERS FLOORED Police Reserves Are Called In to Re store Order In Oralt Case Hearing. There's compensation in the fact that the less you know, the more you thluk you know. i If this pension legislation I car-1 rled out In England and Australia, old ago will have Its compensations. A man Isn't" necessarily on the downward path because he can trace' his descent for many neneratlons. Some people are born-great, some achieve greatness, and some manage to dodge It b...

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