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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 14 November 1908

RGNWAT TALtt O THE BUILDERS xnc west. zinEl if iMKimfficair -"vaar . . 3YN0P8I8. The story opens tlurlnir a trip nf the "Ov.-rlnnd Mull" tlirouKh tin- llncky mnuntalnn. "Uncle Hilly" DuiIrv, kIiirk Irlvor, Alfred Vincent, it yotitii: man. iiihI l'lilneas Ciitlwiillndcr, Imroductil. They rutna aeruM tho remnlnx of a mm-sncre. Later nt Anthuny'ii station they find the rcilaklrm hovo 'carried tln-lr iVstructlvii wurk thcro also. Stella Anthony. UriUKli 1st of Anthony, keeper of station, U In triiduved. Anthony lm been killed. lucent I nsslKned his work In uiHP.rili Injc plans of enemies of rullrond Ivlnir liullt. Ho return to Btellrt, each hIiow Inc signs of lovo for the other. Hti-lln hears from her lover, flldeon, and of his phenomenal success. Kinds letter of Im portance Involving plans of opposition road. Plot tp-distroy company's ship Flora Is unearthed find Incrlinlnntlm; evidence tralnt Cinlwalliultr found. Phlnvas Cndwttlladir faces prison on churK" of wire tuppln?. A perfect c...

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. — 14 November 1908

re f. SUBSCKUTlON i'KlCKt Twelvemonths, $1,004 Six months, .60c Three months, .35. THE NIGHT RIDERS. Not only the state of Tennessee, but the entire (country is being aroused over the wholesale arrest of farmers by the military in the Reelfoot Lake region of Tennessee. All this trouble is over the killing ,t a rich lawyer mimed Raukin who had sold out his clients the. farm t-rs about Reelfoot Lake. Immediately Gov. Patterson of fered $10,000 reward and ordered iJie troops to make wholesale nr sts. The farmers are being "bull penned" at Camp Nemo. When the miners were being bull-penned n the west, no doubt these same -iow understand why they untaxed I !lot l,,'c,n "nl"" 'rt t keep up the military arm of the 11 ).'' . . . ..ovcriiment. These tanners were'. t evening aw now long and d communication with any-! . . .. . -'"'I'1. 1'! rcauers LIST'S UF.T BUSY. Now that the election is over we can get down todeeent work. The Kicker wants to give all the news, and to do this it will need the...

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 November 1908

3 f SCOTT COUNTY IilCKER. VOL. 8 BENTON, MO., NOVEMBER 2t, 1908. NO. .1 A UWII CRIMINAL. 1 THINK IT. OVKR. For nearly two yun the author-' Of course the election is over, mill ities of Hicstnteof Texas htup been 1 1 nin perfectly satisfied with the li!iimii(lil)K Hie presence of H. Clay I icrce, president of tin Water result. What I may say is not. he- enilse of nnv "soreness." but to I'ielec Oil Co.. to answer to the , itnm-ess unon mv render what bus charge of swearing u lie. The gov-1 happened while it Is yet fresh, riior of Texas issued requisition It is the poliey of politicians to papers which were honored hy (low ' hoodoo.aiid befuddle the voters un ''"Ik. til after they have voted, and then Rut the courts rctiised to let the: have them forget it as iiiickly as Texa.-aiithoritieshilve Pierce. The j possible. Hut it is my purpose to Kicker told you then that Pierce burn into you what methods were would nut go to Teus until every- resorted to by the lawyers, preacher thiny was ...

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 November 1908

I'' t fPPP I": Hi . n If!-' SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. PHIL. A. HAPNIK. Pusilshar. SCTamiSl, Fl T1AB. glSS CAIM. ntred at the pott ufflco In Ucntun. Mo., oa wrT It V.W. a mwuvItIiim mull mutter. Good Advice. Good conduct cements enduring friendship. Never press a favor when It seems undeslred. In conversation never Intrude ill-health, pains, losses or misfortunes. Never talk or laugh aloud In public places or In the street Never forget that vulgarity has Its origin in ignorance or selfishness. Never urge another to do anything against his desire unless you see danger before him. Do not ask tin other to do what you would not bo willing to do yourself under similar circumstances. Never omit to perform a kind act when it can be done with any reasonable amount of exertion. Never heedlessly wound the vanity, of others, or dilate unnecessarily upon dlsagreable subjects. Do not use wit. tlclsm at the expense of others which you would not wish to have made upon yourself. Remember, says the New Yo...

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 November 1908

THE MERR Y W1DO W By FRANK H. MELOON (Copyright, by Hhortitory Pub. Co.) We all called her the Merry Widow. She said ahe came from Yalevllle, Wis., vhcre she had burled her hus band a big, surly brute, aa nearly as we could guess 12 months before her arrival In New York. None of us hap pened to know Just where Yalevllle, Wis., was, or what kind of town It was, but I think that each of us' pictured it In his own way, as shone the lights of hit Imagination, as a deserted vil lage sort of place. And why? Just because the Merry Widow was no longer In and of it There was nothing stuck up about the Merry Widow. Her blue eyes flashed as expressively and as appre ciatively on me, who seldom had a cent unless because of a lucky strike in what I won't say, as on Jake Mann, who ran the hotel and who was sup posed to be Independently rich and as widow-proof as a man down with rheu matic fever. The blue eyes, In fact, appeared to flash with equal favor on all of us tho Fourteen club, who gath er...

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 November 1908

REMEMBER, SATURDAY. Socialists all over the county should get together Saturday eve ning, Nov. 21, and organize them selves into a dues-paying member !hip. Farmers, right here let me remind you of one thiug. If you ever get better condition yon will have to depend on your own efforts. You need not expect a brass bund and a cart load of lawyers to be ent down to organize you in your own interest. It is only when' the capitalist want your votes that they furnish you with music, wind and booze and put tag and button proper' place hi the schools of the' coutny. oth. That we recommend all teachers to liter heartily into the Reading t'iide w.'tl; mid to keep themselves informed on current top ics. 6th. That we urge all teachers of Scott county, who can, to attend the Southeast Missouri Teachers' Association at Cape Girardeau dur ing the Thanksgiving holidays. 7th. Realizing the excellent op portunities of securing an education at our State Normal at Cape Girar deau, we would suggest to th...

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 November 1908

j SCOTT COUNTY RICHER. VOL. 8 BENTON, MOM NOVEMBER 38, 1908. NO. 4 FAUMEHS VICTORIOUS. The farmers of the cotton and tobacco belts have been put to a Jevere test within the past few .years, and thpy have made a vigor ous ight although not always "'according to law." But it may fee that the end justified the means. When the buyer disregards the law -with impunity, what is the seller o dp? A few year ago the tobacco ..Trrowers were receiving less than the cost of production for their ;rops. In defense of their homes and families they had to ,do some hingjjffljfcey organized and fought (he lsWKjhe only way they knew liowi iftmibrarily they have xuid -victory. Last week they doMeigfct million pounds of tobucco to the trust at,twenty cents a pound wore than double the price paid "four years ago. While the price of cotton hut ad vanced some, yet the cotton farmers Iiave not accomplished much to boast of. They keep 011 looking to the bunks and business interests for relief, and the represe...

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 November 1908

7! ft ! Hi If,.? 1 SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. PHIL. aTmaPNKR, PufttUMr! IPBKMWIW. HI HAS, If C. sterol at tbe pott offlw la Benton. Mo, oa rtbnurr II. 1VI3. crond-flnu nail tnatlM. "Women should wear what they like," lays a famous sociologist. They usually do, my dear, they usually do. Germany has not said much about It, but last year she paid $30,000,000 to Invalid workmen in the way ot old-age pensions. A New "York athlete wants 120,000 damages from tho girl who Jilted him. This shows that no matter bow strong a man may be, a girl can usually throw him. Women In New York have formed on aero club. It Is useless for the men to think that the women will be satis fled even when the men get off the surface of the earth. HUNDREDS PERISH PART OP ISLAND OP SICILY DEVASTATED. THOUSANDS ARE MADE HOMELESS Ilg Death Roll Results Prom Drown Ings, Landslides and Collapsing of Houses. Mr. Edison thinks the present type of aeroplane will not be tho flying machine of the future At the proper time Mr. Ed...

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 November 1908

... an fa, CWc CostuiDes Wori? by tbe Youtbful Partoierjije Mol Celortd Velvet Coat and Taf. fata Hat. lua larga Ceatuma and Qraan Silk Hat. EASY TO DO DYKING AT HOME. Battar Satisfaction la Tharaby Saeurad and Monay Saved. Now that net waists and trimmings that match In tone the dress material are fashionable, one can save consider able and be more sure that they will be exactly the color wanted it they are bought in the natural color and dyed at home. Get a tube of artist's paint as near the shade ow the cloth as possible, and Into a gallon of gaso line put sufficient of the coloring to make the desired shade. Be careful and only put in a little at a time, because you can always add more but you cannot take it out. 8tlr It around thoroughly In the gasoline and before putting the whole material in try the color by dipping a small piece of goods. Dried in this way, materials do not require ironing. By tho same process any soft-finished silk, such as crepe de chine, or silk mulls, 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. — 28 November 1908

w i t i in SL'BSCRIPTION PRICE: Twelvemonths, $1.00. Six months, .ROe Three months, .Ho. THE SOUTHEAST. Fredericktown News: For sev eral years a tight has been going on between the Greek anil Ortho dox Catholics at Deslodge over the possession of a chun-h building, the case lias been in court for years. The ease was brought to this county once on a change of venue, it was taken from here to Ste. Genevieve county where it was decided last week. Wednesday night thechutch burned to the groiuid. The tire was suiiio.-ed to have been of in cendiary origin. It i slid that a few nisliN before the lite the pie tines and other valuable property was removed trom the church b unknown parties. Dexter Messengei Many of our farmers living to the wet and south west of Dexter would like to get their hands on a man -ailing under liis last alias of Fe-tu-. He has been going through the country freaking into farm houses and stealing anything that he could find. His passion .-eem- to be tor fire arms an...

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. — 5 December 1908

&5' Vl E? ' SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VOL. 8 BENTON, MO., DECEMBER 5, 1908. BKVAN AUAIN HADICAL. Mr. Bryan is again radical. He always in between elections, but, -somehow, when "the party" gets hold of him he wilta. Head his ''lamentation 8 over the result of the recent election and the future out look: "There is absolutely no hope for the people ever ruling aguin in thin dollar oligarchy of ours. There is no hope because the conditions nre MUfiurmountuble. What are the obstacles in the path of the people rnlitigt "I. Two million ignorant negro voters who nre merely chattels of prejudice held by commercialism. ' '2. One million oflice holders who draw their living from out dollar oligarchy. I. A metropolitan press owned -absolutely by predatory wealth and controlled by commercialism. "4. The knife of coercion at the ' throat of every employee of the in terests. 'Vote as we dictate or starve,' is the slavery to which the laborer of today is reduced. "ft. The common people have no ndhe...

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. — 5 December 1908

s.i. tn. svu. mm mm r r LK tUV I SI I ?! I r t t 4 tt s Iff " jbsbv.'. sm; BSBSBSBBSBSBSBSBSBSBssBSBBSBSBSBBSBSBtamm-; 4J. SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. FHH- A. HAPHftW. PwHHr. irtQCffne, HI TEAS. $m CAIB. . Kate4 u the pott officv In Uontgn. Mo., rbrarr U. MB. wonrt-clan nrnll mulct. Honesty Makes Success. A great fortune haa been held, per ae, to be conclusive of double-dealing nd fraud. To be oppressive and dis honest bflB been declared the only way to attain great financial success. This we claim to be untrue as a statement, of fact, declares Leslie's Weekly, nnd at the same time n dangerous doctrine by a plain law of psychology. Young men want success spelled with a big "S," and the ambitious are not satis fled short of a fair degree of material reward. For this there is no moral blame. But already the harm has been done In making the false sugges tion that in order to be successful one has only to be "slick," overshrewd, dis honest. In the far-reaching Influence of simple suggestion we...

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. — 5 December 1908

a? I IF 6 m OFFICIAL VOTE OF MISSOURI The complete vote on tho minor ttate officials In Missouri has been counted, but It will not becomo offi cial until the count by the legislature is made. For President Taft (Rep.), 340,913; Bryan (Dom.), :u:..S89; Debs (8oc.), 16,398; Chafln (Pro.). 4,222; Watson (Peo.), 1.1CS; Hlsgcn (Ind.), 307. Preston (8oc. Lab.), SC7. For Governor Hadley (Rep.), 355,- 932; Cowherd (Dem.), 34Q.0M. H ad ley's pluarlty, 15.S79. Of the eight constitutional amend ments submitted to the voters of Missouri, only two carried that al lowing the -citing of a 25-cent tax for road purposes, and that providing for the Initiative and Referendum. The ror.4 amendment carried by 19, 720 majority, and the Initiative and Referendum by 30,942. Tho final, count and recount of the election figures by the secretary of state Rives tho lieutenant-governorship to Jacob F. Omellch, Republican, by a pluarlty of 30. William R. Paint er, Democrat, claims that corrected returns will give...

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. — 5 December 1908

ViV; 1 1 J fi iv r, Jit I Sri n 8$ 1 A GOOD ROADS MEETING. Road Overseers of the County Met Here to Listen to State Highway Engineer and Other Road Men. The meeting Tuesday afternoon I for the purpose of discussing plans to better the roads of our county was well attended by road ovetseers iid others interested in the work. The train being two hours late, State Highway Engineer Hill and his associates were lat in arriving and the meeting did not begin un til about !? o'clock. Mr. Hill was introduced by County Highway Engineer Warner and spoke interestingly on the building of roads. Gravel roads, Mr. Hill said, cost from $1,300 to $2,000 per mile. Rock roads about 4.000 per mile. Sand-clay mads, the kind best suitable for us. very few dollars per mile. Mr. Hill explained that the ma--on in making niorter used and and cement; that the cement was tor the purpose of tilling in the porous places or vacancies in the -and, thus making a solid body: that in road building the clay took the 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. — 12 December 1908

ifr m If fa K I. H SCOTT COUNTY mCKER VOL. 8 BENTON, MO., DECEMBER 1 2, 1908. HKELFOOT LAKE FACTS. 'There iiuve been so many dis torted reports published in the big papers concerning the differences which led to the organization and 'activity of Nightriders in this county that a few facta should be brieHy wild plainly stated. lieelfoot Lake was wank by a suc cession of earthquakes in 1811-12. It. is approximately S by 2 miles in HOW UK TWISTS. Johnnie Hrenneti, of the Chaffee Heview, seems to think he can de molish Socialism. His issue of November 27 contained quite a mess of what lie thinks is good unti-So-cialist argument. He takes up the lecture of Father Dowling, of Kan sas City, reproduced in the Kicker of November 21, and proceeds to size anil has been used as a general explain Hint this priest did nut I bunting and fishing resort, for pleas-J incan what he said that Father1 ore and profit, free to everybody1 Fowling had reference t( the So-! until recent years. cialism of Chr...

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. — 12 December 1908

1 ffl r ft iff 8TB at IT? SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. PHIL. A. NAPNIR. PubHeher. , IBMOBWrnt. MS TIA. SIS CAI. sirred kt the putt office In Mutton. No, February U. 1W3. a tecondf lu nail tattler. Mr. Root and the Jowt. Judge Mayer Sulzberger, president of the American Jewish committee, ays of the letter addressed by the sec retary of state to Mr. Jacob H. Schlff: "The letter of Secretary Koot Is the most Important advance that has been made by our government to protect the rights of Jewish citizens of this country in Russia. For 40 years there has been more or less diplomatic wri ting ending In nothing practical. At last Secretary Hoot has boldly taken the position that Russia must observe the treaty of 1S32, or otherwise this government will terminate it and the treaty of 1SS7, and thus leave Russia and ourselves without any treaty. The letter of Mr. Hoot shows all this. TRAIN HITS SWITCH ATTEMPT TO MAKE UR LOST TIME COSTS LIVES OP TWO. SPEEDING AT FORTY MILES AN HOUR Tracks Are Torn Up f...

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. — 12 December 1908

ft. Hi IIMID WOMI tVlRY OAY. A DangtrtiM Cat f KMmv Com. plaint ami Hw II Wm CMektX. Mra. Lucy Quebeck, Mechanic it, Hope Vftller, R. L, Myt: "Eight yawn go i contracted ge nre kidney trouble end tny back befta to-aobe continually. Every day itieemed worse. The least pressure on my back tortured me, and I could not stoop with out a bad twins. The kidney secretions passed irregu larly with pain, and I bloated badly. My head swam and spots flitted before my eyes. , One doctor said I was In surable. However, I found prompt re lief when I started using Doan's Kid ney Pills, and the troubles I have re lated gradually disappeared." Sold by all dealers. 60c a box. Pos-ter-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. MADE ROACHES Hit FRIEND!. Aet of Artemua Ward That Had Fat Reaching Efftct. George V. Kelcey, a veteran Journal lit of Cleveland, remembers Artemus Ward well. "Ward called on me," he said the other day, "the night before one of his panorama lecture''. There were some three or four large roaches...

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. — 12 December 1908

ft 0 A. COUNTY COURT DOINUS. County court met Monday in ad journed term with Judges Thomus mid Bugg present. Judge Hutch uson reported in the south in search of health. The following allowances were made: Marshall-Harrison Co.. Initial outfit for pauper. ?15: Hospital :l, care of patients. -M47.4S; Benton Hvery barn, conveying pauper, 3, Coroner Cannon, inquest Charles Warner, 11 aud inquest Geo Hardin at Edna, $'j:i.7fi; Sj. J. Wade pau per coffin. $10; Ed Farmer, Sikes ion, house-rent for election. $2.05: Smith Bros. same. $2.50; Kifert& Hoth, supplies furnished Amelia Debinder. 89. SO; Blind asylum for are of Roy Greer. $51.25; Fred l'anl, constable at Kootwad. $1.50; Kicker, printing. $12: Brissetideii ."i Son. pauper coffin. $!: C. A. Hussell. moving election booths at Sikeston. $1; T. E. Chewuing. to lie expended on Mr. and Mrs. Sim ms. destitute, near I'nty. $25: T. 1. Stone, hluckstuithing ti.0; E. J. Stinson, pauper. $10: lr. Pres nel. uttendintr small pox patient, $15;...

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. — 12 December 1908

if' -side the barracks. Sometimes they approach , theHen t vies, Jnk in g care; knows. I luul no proof. I had to have been given tor this retarded growth. First, sonic Democrats LM : SAM AIDING RUSSIA, lier'iiifainous uriitiL" is about mlled off liythis government euualled only by the imam jnpt to judicially murder i Vs of the Western Federa ' .ilaho. An aroused public at saved those innocent men .tie Hallow.-., and an aroused lie sentiineiit is the only thing can ?ave the Russian refugees ..) cawe here for safety from the "All the proceedings have not developed guilt on the part of Pou von. Unt. it 1ms been shown that torture. and death await him it lie is sent back to Russia. The U. S. authorities arc showing every dis position to aid Russia in the mat- tav nnil onlv 1111 Ut'OUSCcl PllbHc opinion in New York is keeping Poureii here. Such eases demand the attention ot thoughtful Americans." It will be remembered that, a UitcluMof the brute that sils as the special representative of...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 12 December 1908

fpr"th Half.rkf Cn th 1 Scott County Kicker. Supplement. Benton, Mo., December 12, 1908. DIDN'T KNOW UEOUKAl'llY. In one of the Philadelphia public school isu girl whose forbears held that the principal aim of the lite of a woman is marriage. This lit tle givl is well up in most ot her studies except geography. The other day her teacher sent to her mother to see that the girl studied her lesson. The next day showed 110 improvement, and the teacher naked her whether she gave the note. "Yes, ma'am." was the reply. "And did your mother read it.'" "Yes, ma'am." "What did she say.'" "She said that she didn't know geography nn' she got married, an' my aunt didn't know geography an' she got married, an' you know geography and you haven't got married. NOTICE TO SlicKETAHlKS. Comrades: You will kindly re member that you have a new county secretary who has no way of get ting your names and addresses without you send them in. So you. one and all, will kindly send same, with the number of membe...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
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