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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 10 October 1908

v RQNWAT A TALE or THE BUIUMLRS V V);. A . IF TUT. WT A5 7 , " J r' ywi VI VI 111 I "1 I SYNOPSIS. The story opens ituilne u trip of (lie OWTliitiil Mull" llirniiKli tile llnck lnouiitulii. 'Tni-le Hilly" DuiIkv. 'W UMi.r, ,lfrc(l VIikimu, u young inuti, and l'lilm-us Cndiviillmler, IntroUiieeil. They iimiu uvtu tin- iciimliis of u mnHKiirre. Later ii Anthony' utatlun tliey tlml tin. irilxklno hm- muled their ifcsttuctlve tmrli tiifrr uIm). 8tllu Antlinny. daugh ter ot Amliony, keeper ot slutinn, I In 1 -itlucctl. Antliony lias been hilled, Intent U iMxlicned Ills work in iin.-urtli-liic plain ot enemies ot railroad Wins limit. Vincent lslts town where railroad iin-n ale MirkldR on the road uiul reeelw-H token of esteem from Stella. The old stufc-e ililier decides to work i-lnm to town In order Hint liu may no utile to keep tatherly wateli over tlm yomiK woman. She U eiutiiRed us a tutor for J loin lleinard, daunht'T of liotel land lady. Vincent vlsltn society elri'le of en emfiii 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. — 10 October 1908

HP hi it If - SUBSC'RlPi'lON PRICE: Twelvemonths, $1.00. Six months, .6)e Three month?, - .35. SOCIALIST TICKET. .... .. jn-r 1 cr Our-soi W. t. OaK.r. CtiiUlciitb. r.l.'ntfnnat-nor.r:i(.r-r. r '..ririTit.Sprlnsm.M. .irct.ir.v of stiiti KmiiIc tiitk-r. I'nnltr mutt Muti- AuJitur KriinV Vimti-r. Il.ioiilbnl. s nte Trati r -i!nv K, Kthdtuu, Knt,iv lt Atiprn.'.v.ii. n.'iiil .IiiIhi V. v W iv t I'litltm SOCIALISTS AT MORLEW A mass meeting of the Socialists of the county has been culled to meet at Morley this Saturday, Oc tober 10. Every Socialist who can possibly spare the time should be there. The meeting is called for 1 o'clock and the Morley comrades invite you to come early and take dinner with them. ' This meeting is important. The object is to get the county organi zation in perfect working order so that effective work can be accom plished from now on. At present we ure all at sea. We want and need (speakers and no one is author ized to arrange for them. Let every comrade show up ...

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. — 17 October 1908

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VOL. 7 BENTON, MOM OCTOBER 17, 1908. NO. en v 1 . . V HOW FINANCIERS RULE. Like the Priests of Paganism, they Mystify, Deceive and Work their Tricks on tha People. From Tom Watson's Jeftentonlan Magazine. the same tight to agree on the sub When Paganism hnd nassed away mid its ' miracles" hnd all been ex plained, those who examined the deserted temples und discovered the device by means of which the priests had tricked the people" felt and ex pressed a sympathetic contempt for the stupid dupe of such a shallow imposture. The reason why the 'priesthoods had made a mystery of their sanctuaries mid private minis trations was thkn very apparent, indeed. Actuated by the very same motive, the high-priests of modem tluanee have systematically used every effort to prevent the average man from seeing behind the screen and discov ering the "tricks of the trade." Just as a false religion can hide behind forms, ceremonies, secret trickery and cleverly contrived fraud und th...

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. — 17 October 1908

5t V. i i. if f SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. LIOHTID. gMIL. . HArHtW. -uSIUhsr. jvucMrrioH, ttn yiai. side cash. Katcrvd at lh- tnt office In Ib-nton. M.i.. febrtuuy II. K3. ,n vci-onl-cl.it m ill tuatier The Transvaal produces ounces of gold every month. 100.000 Married life oftua bolns with sliver and cut glass, and ends with broken china. If a nian hay money to burn. h can easily find a uoaian wl'llns; to furnish , a match. In the race o-jiween conservation of the forests and the floods the flood have a Ion? Mart. At the (uarteriaof Ivory In London recently a total of Sui tons was offered for sale. In the course- of a year ground worms will bring to the surface about ten tons of soil to the acre. Kdgar Allen 1'oe haTlbeiTn appointed city solicitor ot llaltlmort. The put hae not been entirely discredited. Some men ar pioud of the fact that they kick when anything displease them donkeys do the tame f hint;. Hantlns perilously for three hours over the Niagara gorge would seem to be about th...

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. — 17 October 1908

THE vr ' RONWAT TAttt or THE BUILDERS SYNOPSIS." ,,.1 "tory opfnM rtiirlnB a trip .if the "Overland MhII" tlimuitli th.i Ut.cky mountains, t'ncle Hilly" Dud, HtiiRe l Alfred Vltu'ont, u ynunx man. and Plilnt-u CudwullndeT, IMrodtii-td. Tlie-v eomc acroas tl rcni.-iliix nf a ninssai-re. l.Hter nt Amhnuy'a mutton tlu-y llntl ttw redskins navi. curried their ilomriKtlvu work there uNo. gtclln Antlmny, diitmh ter of Antliuny, keeper of Million, la tti Iroducod. Antliuny hn been killed. Ineent In uxulsnod his work In imuirtb ing pluns of r."iulo! of ml I mud hlng liullt. He returni to Sw-llu, pim-Ii showing- kIkii of Inve for the other. Stella liors from her lover. Ill, Icon, and of hlx phe nomenal tuioim. Kind letter of Im portance Involving plans of opposition roiid. plot to destroy company's uhlp Flora Im iitienrthod nnd Incrlmlnatlm; evi dence .-lifnlnst Cadwullador fouml. PhlneuH Cndwallader fuim prlnon on oluirae of wlr.r dipping. A perfect chain of evidence connects lilm with plot...

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. — 17 October 1908

mmmmmmmmmrii t 1 wph Tvry. ..iliijilm, mummi phi i hi r -wj m 9 t hi 19 I .j SUBSCRIPTION l'RICE: Twelvemonths, $1.00. Six months, .60e Three month, .35. SOCIALIST TICKET. fc.J - il A 1 li I U A 7 k 3. Kir(lo.-nir W I Onrvcr, CMIlliMtbi'. EVIDENTLY HARD PRESSED. It is evident that theDeiiioeiats, that is to say, "the party" ore hard pressed in Scott county. Two weeks ago the court house organ contained a long-winded account of a club being organized ut Kelso with 35 members. An eye witness snys there were just 13 an un lucky number. Perhaps it. was a mistake of the printer. Last week the organ contained a glowing account of u club of ninety members being organized jointly by Edna and Illmo. Sat urday I met the mayor and marshul of Edna who said they had heard of no club being organized. "Dt. Cannon spoke for my hall and they have been trying to organize for ix weeks, and it any club had; wwSr organic! I think 1 would r?f,;TS:,inIrJ'i,,l,,,.mll.1'ii1 .... l,,!,Vl' knmvn of "d Mayor J...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 24 October 1908

SCOTT COUNTY CflER VOL. 7 r.ENfON, MO., OvlOlM:R 24. !08. I ( V NO. 51 MOZLHY DIDN'T ANSWKR. Ah expected, I'roseetttor Mozlcy treated the questions put to him by the Kicker with "silent contempt." It was the only possible way out for the Ihw is plain, and ho uie the svhlenees of its violation. However, somebody, hiding be- hind t lie editor of the organ, prints a lot of stun and kick.- up n dust that is at least amusing. Mr. Phe Inn U 11 stranger hen- and has no knowledge of our affairs. Ik is tin1 gang's hired man, and must stand for whatever the gang wants' printed. Hence the Uieker will n i, ,...t.. ... ,: 1 I pu iiiii'iiuuii uiu,. 10 sim-ii in uric and I Htu sure no man about the court limine would put. his signature to the filly tommy-rot that was in tended to pass us nn excuse for Mr. Mozley's failure to reply. Not uk u repl to the organ, hut for the information ot the public, I trill reproduce one sentence whieh will give tne uu opportunity to make dear what I did not mnke cl...

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. — 24 October 1908

SCOTTCOUNTY KICKER. PHIL. A. HAPNKR.ukllihr. 3 WMCWHlWi HI T1AB. I19 CAIM. KntereJ nt the- Kt ultk-u In lk'nton. No. am Vcbrutry II. 1W3. as nccinilt lii null matter. The delivery of Loudon's milk r quires 4.B00 horses. World aeroplane records are getting bigger right along, but they remain In the family. Don't worry about tho weather, It U doesn't exactly suit you. You are not to blame for It. Pardon our ignorance, hut how can "hips" be eliminated without a sur gical operation' "Umbrellas were Introduced In 1772." We suppose they began to dis appear singly about the same time. It beats all I low the size of woman's hats Is IncionsInR and the contents of the man's pocketbook are decreasing. Though In t?ome Instances the glory of woman may be her hair. It does not In most cases" stack up to that of her hat. Evidently the person who remarked that history repeats Itself had Inside Information. Earrings are In style again. That ritts!)iiig man who lecently gave hi? children $1,000,000 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. — 24 October 1908

BRAGS YOU DOWN. sekschs and Kidney Troubls Slowly Wmf One Out, Mri. R. Crouu, Fayotto it., Mun ches ter, la., says: "For two ybra my back waa weak and rheumatic. Paws ran through my back, hlpa and Umbs. I could hardly get about and lost much Bleep. Tho action of the kidneys was much disordered. I began using Doan's Kidney Pills and the result was remarkable. The kidney action became normal, the backache ceased, and my health is now un usually good." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. PUTTING IT UP TO BILLIB. Logical Reason Why Ho Should the One to Ask Favor. The wagons of 'he "greatest show On earth" passed up the avenue at daybreak. Their Incessant rumble loon awakened ten-year-old Bltlle and his five-year-old brother, Robert. Their toother feigned sleep as the two wnltei robed figures crept past her bed into Ihe hall, on the way to investigate. Robert struggled . manfully with the unaccustomed task of putting on his clothes. "Walt for me, Bllll...

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. — 24 October 1908

WW ft" M. is T MS- somr.isT tick kt. for Uorrtnor W, l Onrrer. Chilllcutbi. I.li'atfniiutUuvcrnor-U. K.MitnKnt.giirlnirtHil. Hwftnry ot Stnte Frank Baker. Fnplsr Muff. Stat ABdltor-Franl Fntor, Hannibal. H nt. Trvamrcr On.T E. Rthrrton, Kana City, Attorour-Oi nrrnl John F. WUllamii. Wnt risln Railroad and W&rehuaoe Coramluloatr . . U. s. narnsley, MonMt. Jadire Ht. LouU Court ot Appeal OUo Vlerlln, Kt. Look. Conim N. n. Wilkinson, Willow Rprlnn. Statu Senator M. C. Doom, Vandtuer. Hrprwentiitlrr Jamm W. Adamn, lttodfrrtt. County Jndw lt dimrli t ,t. I. linn, lllorictt . Cnunty Judiroftl Ulitrtct-J. W. Hb. ("buffo'. I'mMwatlnff Attorn,r (The Kiwi-of two i-Tlld.) Sheriff Albert Font. Morlc.r. Amtot W. Liiru'imtiT. VandaKT. County Treasurer T. N. rate llruton. Sim-.vnr .1. V, Jncoti FornMt: I'libllf Ailmlnlntratur .1. II. l'lhlpy, Omn Commr w. is. Oibnin, FornVlt. .irsTKT. of Tim riui-K. Klo toMUfhlp tivow Kctiiii r VotliMt CO.NS.TAnt.KS. S thilywondu tovtimhlji, A llThiimiijrin.Mo...

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. — 31 October 1908

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VOL. 7 BL1NT0N, MO.. OCTOBEK 31, 19CS. NO. 52 ANOTHER BALLOT JOB. combine on me. Put in voni bid." said (ireshaiii. i sized tip tin- situation and llg 11 roil that thi- bid that lny mi the table iviiMi win fj) icr ; tlmt Oieshnm had ti lower bid in his pocket I hat ho would offer in case I made a bid. 1 insisted on !re.-lium making his bid and ridiculed the idea of a com bine between the court, house organ and myself. lint In- Mood pat I felt sure that I could save 1 1n tax payer a sun;,' sum by butting in "Mr. McPhectei-.-. Albeit. -ay- he wont have tinie to copv tlio-c ticket-: he is too busy in court." said Mr. Phelttn. Albeit is the court stenographer and the son of the This Time the Kicker Has the Laugh on the Other Fellows. Qresham Again the Star Performer. Say, fellers, I want you to help ttoluiighl We've got some yap? inmnd hero who think they are 'smooth," and they eotddu't hide t mustard seed in a cotton patch. You have heard about the tellow Vim; caug...

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. — 31 October 1908

ft SCOTT COUNTY KirKKW. IPMPKEI SCOTT, COUNTY KICKER. PHIU. A. HAFNKRutimr. . WBKMTT101I. UK TaAll. $1 CA. Entered at the pint fflc In Uvnlun. Mo Vcbraifjr II. IWB. at ecnml-i'la-A mall matter. The nan who can't say somethlnt good about his own town ought either to keep still or more. A steamer has arrived at New York with a cargo of Christmas toys. Now la the time to begin to do your Christ mas shopping. John D7Rockefeller says "his in come has been much exaggerated." Well, we always thought that was an exaggerated Income. New Tork is going to have the larg est apartment house in the United States, with flats for 12S families. The Janitor will be a retired major general ot course. The Chicago msnTwho desires to es tablish a bureau of longevity in con nection wllh the government might persuade Minister Wu to become nat uralized and take charge. That was poetic Justice of the most Ideal order when a "lamb" In the Lon don stock exchange started to shoot up the bulls and bears, and cau...

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. — 31 October 1908

RDHWAT OF THE WEST. SYNOPSIS. Tli story opens during a trip of the "Overland Mull" through the Itocky mountain-.. "Undo Billy" Dodge, Hinge driver, Alfred Vincent, a young man, nnd 1'lilneas Cudwnllnder, Introduced. They como across the remains of a massacre. Later at Anthony's station they find the redskins huvo carried their destructive work there nlso. Stella Anthony, daugh ter of 'Anthony, keeper of station, Is In troduced. Anthony has been killed, Vincent Is assigned his work In unearth ing pluns of enemies of railroad being built, He returns to Stella, each show ing signs or luvo for tho other. Stella hear from her lover, Gideon, und of his phenomennl sucress. Kinds letter of Im portance Involving plans of opposition road, Plot to destroy company's ship Flora Is unearthed and Incriminating evidence against Cadwnltader found. Fhlneas Cadwullader faces prison on charge of wlrn tupping. A perfect chain of evidence connects him with plot to blow up "t'lorn." Banquet In railroad to...

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. — 31 October 1908

f t ... I m f8 if? si 5J. 1 Ift. I I &1m!m r3TlAi.it r-v, ... 4 Km (iini.-mir XV. 1.. ll.irvcr. I'tillili'Mu.. Lli-nti-nniit iliiwrtnir I , I'.S irvi i.l .iulm.'!!itil, SiMvtlir.V I't St.lN I'Mlil, tl.ll.IT, l'iiilr lllull. Stutti Amlltor V'l nnk r-ftir. Iliuinlliul, S i.ts'I nniuriT tltiv K. tr.thirtmi. Knn-.i fltv. Attiiint-.r.u.ii. ml Itibii I' Wlllium-, w t I'luliin li.iuroiul unn nnrtnono l uKimlMlieirr V. s. Ii.irnnIv.T. Monet! Jaum- St. I.onti Court ut Arin'iUn i) to Vlt'illmt. St. I.ntil.. Cotiisri'" S It. WllUtnon, Xltl S. rin. xtntHSMiintor M. i'. Hii.im. X'umlu-ir. lti nwiitntlvi. luiu, W . xdnni. Iil.i.Ui'tt. IVutity .Iti'tirv lt ili-trli t J. i urw ti.lllo.ttl futility JuiUi' i.l Ji-trUt J w. )i h. etui;.-. I'roifcvmlnit Attorii.v Thi-lf4ir of tn r'l.i -h"rtff-Alb.-rt Vant. Mur'.'V. A.wiii-i', w. l.iiiH'iiMir. Vnnilufif. County Trwinnrvr T N. -.it ll..i.t.m. Surr.-yor I, W .tm-ub Vi'rnf.lt l'nbllc AilmlnlKtr.itur I. It l'lri.y Or.a Luronor W, I!, ilibnon. KnrnMt .If...

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. — 7 November 1908

,4 K1 MB ' COUNTY KICKER MP VOL. 8 tJENTON, M0M NOVEMBER 7, 1908. NO. 1 ARK THKY DMNDt j Arethebwnersof tin-earth Wind! Htn they not discover the unret ' and iliRcontont among the masses! '.Do they believe that tin- millions of Tople williticr tid able to work, ' tmt ciin't And a bowV.nro going lo ee their families suffer without protest? Can they not see what all this is lending to! See tin spread of the 'night rider." All over Kentucky ard Tennessee are scattered the troops nf the state to prestrve order,' out it seems (lint the troops are powerless. The fanners over there are lighting for what hey believe to bo their light?. The Tobaco ' Trust, of which Mww Wettuote, Jhe financial boss of the Democratic national committee, is vice-pK-l dent, has squeezed the tobacco . vrori;rs until their crops failed to .bring the cost of production. And yet a majority of those farm ft voted for Wctmore's candidate for, president. Last week tlie night riders killed Vnpt. Rankin, a protniueut law...

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. — 7 November 1908

m m w m I : SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. . MIL. A. MAFMtm, PoftHtkar. til TIM. UN CAM. stored l the poi oaee la Beaton. Mo, M Vcbrtirr U MS. u lOcoDiJ-rl,. mall mtttn. Amsrican Chivalry. The old atorlefl tt the Holy Grail bore the essence of chivalry because they recognised that through the soul of a woman a man can sometimes be hold his God, or, at least, a far-OS fringe of splendor from worlds un mapped, says a writer in October Ap pleton's. And because this is the trui spirit of chivalry, whose most pictur esque manifestation was In the Middle Ages, no Innovations of modern times, no reversal of tho occupations of men and women, no dusty prose of a me chanical age can ever destroy It Thanks to high heaven, who created people to love and admire and be glad in each other, chivalry still flourishes on the earth, though tho forms in which it is embodied differ from those earlier ones, as the dress of to-day dif fers from the old knightly armor. American men are a high-pitched, hard-driven cr...

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. — 7 November 1908

,4T 1 1 1 WIUM'WI I mi ill Hi H in ill P iMII nLLLLLLLLm a- n&. r p-k j aissssB haium .sssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss "aij" ntHC i sssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssM -v wr -aj- jt ssssss ssssssssa i tm m nvK -to jvt w w sssssssssssssssssML'h issssssssssssssssssssm. UssssssssBV. sssssM BBH M7nrv. - sssssssssssssssssssssm . for hit I Am . 7 Bur mv nun. P the te. Proof Is Inexhaustible thM i ' Pericles P. Pemberton: Cured By JmI Reno Odlin (Copy right, by Ihrrtatory Pub. Co.) Miss Cordelia was neither tall nor snort, plump nor slender. Simply a well-proportioned, well-poised woman, dainty In dress and manner. Hers was not a young face, and yet the smooth, fair skin showed no telltale wrinkles. The clearing was not large, not quite ten acres; yet, lying as it did in the midst of the.grcat forest, it was a beautiful and restful sight to guest or chance traveler. Like a rose blos soming in the wilderness it s...

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. — 7 November 1908

wnc iu kwsi." naaiey ana enure Mate I facet PMML. A. MSI if' l ft" Si Iff Aaiected.-Joe Russell Beat-Democrats Save County oy a narrow margins-socialists Poll 031 Votes. Tke o- Taft has ennied the nation and Missouri! The Republicans have elected their bor tuire state ticket and the legislature will be close, but likely Democratic on joint bal tkey Jt, thus giving the Democrats the U. S. Senator. Folk carried Scott county but Stone eems to have earned the state. McKinley leads on the Republican side. Both sides " claim the legislature. Soott county polled nearly 4,000 votes aud of these Bryan failed . to get a majority his plurality being only 380. The Socialists nearly doubled their ft- I .' r f. SC 1' 5. ! S 3? 2 5P S 5 1 I 5 2 r 's i 5 - ; i. g s ; ; . !' . ; ! l! 1 1 For Preside I I I I I I I I I Brynn,Deta.- 16221640,2fi4S-112.26 70(153,20 17 149 7i) 33 13 14 118 ;-,4 8 6;, 4r, nr, 152 18."i4 Taft, Rep. 170 l5 :J7(2Sa(J 48I1S23 114 21 18 115 97 (58 91 7 14 38 til 28 28 21 148 7...

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. — 14 November 1908

W Vt ft IV. to. fa i mm wi his i i w i i mm im m i rvismur v rf.7"spv;jwlr ' - SCOTT COUNTY KICKER: VOL. 8 BENTON, MO., NOVEMBER 14, 1908. 3J Ji.i I NO. 2 Si -a ) If . rat BRYAN DOWN AND OUT. For Twelve Years He Has Halted Progress In the Political Field. --His Followers Disgusted. Bryan's candidacy and defeat is a good thins after all. Had he not been the candidate the people who ( helieved in him would not nave been satisfied, and they would have kept on pegging away ut the old Democratic shell game. As it is there is no reason why they should lie longer deceived. Bryan has retarded progress in the political Held .just twelve years. In 18 the people were ripe for re volt and Bryan was then n revolu tionist. The people helieved in and controlled liy vicious influences more or less hidden. "Taft's election spells better things, and is rich in hope tor splen did results. His election means the continuance of the reign of Special Privilege, and augmentation of the evils that now curse...

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. — 14 November 1908

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. , PHIL. A. MArMtirMUtMlfi 7 iwitiFTim, ram tiab. mm caib. KoterM M tin pott ufHce In Denton. Mo., M VWraary it. NB1 Mrond-cln tnatl matter. Buraly Coming. Tke prediction that the railroads Kill ultimately come to the electrlo method of propulsion aa a matter of pconomy, safety, convenience and ne sesslty Is no longer regarded with the ikeptlclsm once prevalent. The ex traordinary extent to which many big !orporatlons are using electrical mo :lve power, especially at terminals, ihowj that great advancement hat jeen made. At a meeting of the West, trn Society of Electricians In Chicago ?. A. Sagcr, a prominent member and igent for an Important company, made .his statement: "The railroads will lave to spend approximately $3,000, 100,000 within a few years to keep up .vlth the Increase of trafll c. By elec '.riflcatlon at a cost of $1,000,000,000 :hey would Increase their capacity to luch an extent that no new trackage would te needed." This conclusion as reached af...

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