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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 23 January 1909

INTER fOX fiMERICIA WOY fMarrjYrVGL10 if MMkf V JMRm tTntv Kia 111 PACK JiUftTjmtr AND HWAfi ' iip It is becoming Increasingly the cus tom for wealthy American sportsmen and women, too, to resldo In England during the fox hunting season, and there are obvious reasons why the bulk of them select Melton Mowbray or the immediate neighborhood as their place of abode. Melton is situat ed In the center of the finest hunting country in tho world, and Is, accord ingly, the most convenient place for those sufficiently endowed with this world's goods who wish to enjoy the best sport. Tor this reason Melton's long-established claim to the title of the hunt Ins metropolis cannot be questioned. There are, of course, numerous other hunting renters with their stretches of good country, but there Is always a reverse side to the picture in the form of plow or woodland, or of some undesirable nature which detracts from the pleasure of those who ride to hounds. Providing a man is well mounted and his ...

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. — 23 January 1909

SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: Twelvemonth. l.O(l. Six months, .60c Three months, .:jft. TEMPERANCE PEOPLE MEET. There was quite a large crowd of the temperance people met in Rob ertson's Hall here Monday to take steps toward having the comity court order a local option election. An organization was formed with Rev. G. R. Daugherty as president and the active work of circulating petitions will begin. The Kicker was not present but noticed some of our "best people'' taking an active part. This trip our "best people' aud "most prominent business men" will be found in the forefront of the battle against the liquor traffic. Four years ago, when the saloons were in control, they "couldn't afford to.1' Hut they arc great on going with the crowd when they can't hold it back and take a po sition in front. They must cither lead or else they wont plav earth. Yet they arc the poorest and tlie most miM'rable, because the ' English lords own their laud and make them "divide up" their pro ductsjust as our l...

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. — 30 January 1909

B 1 ! SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VOL. 8 BENTON, M0M JANUARY 30, 190p. NO. la WITH THE BEANVILLE NATIVES. Farmer Jones Scheming to Hold the Natives in Line for "The Party" by Booming Neighbors for Office. There were stirring times in the county last, week. The uncovering of Assessor Buck sutpritwd many, tnd the last reports from Morley were tlmt Mr. Buck wan looking sronnd for Homebody to help him let go. In he mean time Former Jones wiirt tmr among the natives. It is an old trick of the gang that when h community is about to go wrong nme of the leaders are bribed with the promise of some unrf munerative office, such as county judge, con stable or justice of the peace Without mentioning hU visit to 'Benton, Farmer Jones started a "boom" for Farmer Smith for iiiunty judge an the Democratic ticket . Of course all the neighbors liked Former Smith, yet they were not. so much stuck on the Demo erotic ticket. However. Farmer Jones told them what nil Fanner Smith could do for them if he was made ...

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. — 30 January 1909

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. " phu. a. hapner. PMmmr. a , IWWWW, TEAM. St CMB. Batwfd M tb pott oBm lm Beaton. Ma, ts Vakratrr U. 1M. u mcob1m bU miliar. Amirlun Heroes. The development of typee of light horses has been notable In the United States, but, accordllni to a bulletin re cently latued by the department of ag riculture, with a itngle exception the draft-horses have been foreign strains transplanted. Of the light horses, the Narragansett pacer was a famous type In colonial days. Later came the Mor gan, the standard-bred and the saddle horse. The specialization of these types has been a national business and, in spite of Importations from abroad, the native stock has developed and held Its own. Of draft-horses, on ths other hand, the only native type was the Conestoga, a breed that has now become completely extinct, and has left no discernible traces on the native stock. For heavy work, there fore, Americans must depend entirely upon the Imported Percherons, Clydes dayes and 'Shires...

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. — 30 January 1909

1 I I 1 Til BUR6URJN BEdT (Copyright, by Dally Story Pub. Co.) "Beefsteak and onlom," I ordered, ai I slipped onto a high stool In the all-night lunch-room and continued reading my paper. "Up or over?" demanded a surly voice from a dim corner. Something in the voice seemed familiar. 1 glanced up. "As I live! Not Bloke Brady 1" was my astonished cry. "No, Susan B. Anthony! Who'd you think I was, you fool?" "But but," I stammered, "what on earth is a respectable second-story, old-line porch-climber like you serving hairless hash In this here beanery for?" "Me beln' in dls sea-goln' lunch wagon ain't exactly in my line," he says. "But I've cut it all out. I'm good now. Why, if that there cock roach had a diamond in his mouth an' was running' fer that there corner this present mlnnit I wouldn't reach out my foot to stop htm an' pinch de spark." "But who converted you? Don't tell me with a tear in your eye that it was a revival, or your old mother." "Not on your life," he gurgled deep. "...

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. — 30 January 1909

SUBSCRIPTION PUlCKs Twelve months, $l.(M). Six months, ,60c Three months. '- .!J5. CIRCUIT COURT (JUITS. Ciieuit court adjourned Tuesday moruingufterclearing up the dock et pretty well except in the hund red or more eases against the saloon-keepers indicted last April. For some reason these eases were not touched, except in u few instan ces where the docket shows entries of "continued by the state." Four more were added to t he-penitentiary list making eiiht in all and Clyde Porter was sentenced to the reform school for live years. He with Albert Lobnmster entered Seller's restaurant at Morley and -tole a small amount of money. I.obmaster was pa rolled with H. F. Eurles J. K. Jacob and A. C. Lob- master as sureties, .lames MeiJeei pled guilty to hnvintr burglar's tools in his po.-.se.sion and got two years. H. M. McBride pled uil-' 'y to grand larceny and was given two year. Wm. Marr, alias "Pig' Irish," who was out on parol, wa surrendered by )u suretie and wa ent t the pen. Seven ...

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. — 6 February 1909

mmmm SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VOL. 8 BENTON, MO., FEBRUARY 6, 1909. . . . "' "iw. WITH THE BEANVILLE NATIVES. Farmer Jones Dupes His Neighbors to Run for Office in Urder to carry the Precinct for "the Party." I to individuals the taxing power, j AS TO LOCAL OlTION. lurid their deinutid is ever mow. From the way our "best iieopl, , more! ! And in older to hold this ; descended unon Itemm. 11 feu- U'i.i.L. iilmirr flti. r " "Having got his "boomB" well ndr way Former Smith for winty judge and Jim Drown for onHtalilt Fnnner Jones name up to Denton to report. ' I've not things coin' our way now," said he to lawyer Skinner. "That so.' How did yon man ige it" grinned the lawyer. "Oh, I worked it just, like you ind Pussyfoot told me, only I hud better luck than 1 thot I'd have. They most all took the eork right nder. There's a tew that is sorter raspicious, hut when they say any tiling I jiPt shut 'em up by tellin' em that they're agin the commun ity." "Wait. I'll fix that," and the lawyer wro...

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. — 6 February 1909

bWTtBWBBBBBBBBBBBBWB! I 4 SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. PHIL. A. HAPNtR. PuMUhar. JWCIOTIW, HI TEAS. SIM CAB. 5jf ljTP la Benton. Mo.. a rtmtrr a ra. m weoafrtlun mU muter. Some Thoughts e Kraut The Baltimore Sun, which sings loudly the praises of a certain delicacy, calls attention to the fact that at the head of the Kartoffelsaladstrasse In Munich there ts a noble statue raised by grateful Bavaria to the memory of St. Herman Pilsen not the Prince of Pllsen who hailed from "Cln-clnnaty," but the Inventor and protagonist of sauerkraut. It acquainted with the aroma and flavor of this Invention, re marks the Detroit Free Press, one could not foruet It If he would. It Is the product of cabbage and automatic distillation. To cook It, close the kitchen windows and prepare to repel neighbors. When the kraut shows a little darker than a new saddle and a little lighter than a smoked ham. jauntily place a clothespin on the nose, open more windows and serve the kratt hot. One may have Bpnre ribs, rye ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 6 February 1909

THE SLOT-MACHINE OF THE STORMS By WILLIAM CALHOUN (Copyright, by Bhortstory Pub. Co.) "Look, Wilson, see what I've found!" Bowtn held In bis band a shining five-dollar gold piece which be had Just picked up from the rocks. We were on our annual outing. We had run up the river in a small steam er to the head ot navigation. In a large rowboat, loaded with necessary camping oulflt, we laboriously con llnued our course till we reached the wilderness. Here we found an old hunter and trapper named Gibbons, with whom we rested for a night. Gib bona had spent the evening telling talcs of his adventures In that region, .lust before retiring he told us of the cliff at which we were now snugly camped. "You'll bo apt to like It there. Monty of game and the best flshln' along the river. A fine spring bubblln' out o' the solid rock at the foot o' the cliff. Can't recommend you to a bet ter place. Always camp there when I'm up that way. Used to go there for money from the rocks," said Gib bons, wa...

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. — 6 February 1909

SUBSCRIPTION PRICK: Twelve months, 1.00. Six months, .GOV Three months), - ,:ifi. HERE AND YONDER. Sam 1'r.vor' alias Theo. Corri .an, is in jail Again. Sum was here Friday and asked the janitor to let him in jail . It was, the severest day of the year and he wanted shelter. In the evening he wont over to New Hamburg, hut could tind no one to take him in. Walking uorth he entered the" two story residence of Mrs. Chas. Urojean, went up stairs and went to bed without register tag. The next morning Adam Dirnberger, the mat-shall, took Sam in tow, and Deputy Constable W. A. Miller brought him to Benton, where he was given ten days in the place he wanted to go. Sam has been in various jails and penitenti aries. He is one of societies out casts and prison hat; no terrors for him. There are thousands like him find the ranks swelling every day. v hat does present society propose i :ts a remedy The trial of Kd Marshall, a Ten-' : . -i. t ' i i, i 'K wt myui riuer, resuiieu in a i p . hung ju...

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. — 13 February 1909

l SCOTT COUNTY DICKER. VOL. 8 BENTON, MO., FEBRUARY 13, lPOp. NO. 14 WITH THE BEANV1LLE NATIVES. Farmer Smith Defeated for County Judge. Natives Very Sore. Accuse Parmer Jones of Voting Against Him. It was just before the primary and -all Beonville was astir. Farmer Xtnith had been out over the dis trict mid every "lending citizen" he met was for hini. All told him that he was the man for the place and that his nomination was us . unreel if the Beanville district stuck to the party and polled a full vote. Clones and Smith rode over the district and got the promise of nil ' tho neighbors to come out on elec tion day and do their best. The natives turned out. nud voted, and when the returns were in Farmer Smith had carried the Beanville precinct. Judge Possum had car ried ever' other precinct. In fact, one pf the judges let it out. that Farmer Jones hud voted for Judge Possum. When this discovery was made, Farmer Jones denied it and threatened to have the election offi cer arrested fo...

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. — 13 February 1909

3?r 'BCOTTrCOUNTT KICKER. PHH, A. HAFHCT, PsMts sr . Hmwim. tmiM.imnw.- IkWN m im om otto la Bntoa. Mo Vskrau? U. MS. M mkmS-cIim asU aMttt. BvaBsaaaBBaaaawoaaaBaaBaa THE HOUSE COMMITTEES REPUBLICANS ARE NAMED CHAIR MEN OF EACH. Medical Inspection of All Immigrant.' Millions of Immigrants have come to thia country, and the nmbera are con stantly Increasing. Bach Immigrant li examined by a aervtc medical officer, and those found Bering from loath tome or dangerous contagious die eases, Insane persons. Idiots, epileptics and those likely to become a public charge because of Infirmities, are detained and the Immigration officials deport them to the coantry from which they come. This inspection of Immigrants Is carried on not only at our seaports, but also along the Canadian and Mexl can borders wherever there Is direct communication by steamboat or rail road. This Inspection serves to keep out the thousands of sick and disabled who would become a burden upon pub lic and private chariti...

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. — 13 February 1909

i K EHtt TNG Fit a.a-B''' IOtlH HALL OHAII Pcrnna Drug Co., Columbus, Ohio. Gentlemen: I have used Peruna and find that it cannot be equaled as a tonic, as well as a euro for coughs, colds and catarrh. You are authorised to use my fihoto with testimonial in any pub Ication. Joseph II. Chnse, 604 Tenth St., Washington. I). C. Cold and La Grippe Mr. C. Iloppy, llnrdln, Ray Co., Mo., writes: "I can safely recommend l'e ruim us a remedy that will euro all ca- turriuii iroumcs. "It was o( great benefit to me, as it cured mo of catarrh of the tliront, and I took a very bad cold and had la irrlppe lust February. It settled in my throat and i tint's. I took three buttles of 1 Y-rtina and It cured me. "I highly recommend It to nil who arc slclc, mid I a:n plntl to add inyen doibL'inent to that of others." Pe-ru-na for Colds Mr. L. Clifford 1'lgg, Jr.. 2929 East Murohnll St., llii-hmoiul, Vo., writes that when ho gets u cold ho tulcos Peru no, and It soon drives It out of his fcys tern. For 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. — 13 February 1909

ANNOUNCEMENT. I llt'H ll.V IlllllOllllCe IIIVHClf HP II Clllt- iliiliit ior Superintendent ol I'ubllc. Schools of Scott countv, at the unnun! school election, Tuesday, April It, 'IN. Kctpwtrttlly, Cii.i!u:.s IIakuis. .(ROM MORLEY. FROM 01fX. lot; Sunders mill wont to Senntli lust Hob Griggs.t Saturday was a week to'see'Oum. There wi'ie busy tiny in IlllCsts. FARMERS' MEETING. The county union ot tlit farmers' met hero Tuesday ami Weduesdny with a good attendance. Owing to sicklies in the family President lleeb was not here, ami Vice-President J. W. Adam? presided. The other oflleers Were: Geo. A. Viu yaul. secretary; Atthur Withrow, conductor: Thos. Snowden, door keeper; K. K. Brown, chaplain. The locals represented and dele gates were : F.llis. Fritz Miller. Hickory Grove. .1. E. Morrow, lohti Beckiuan, C. p. Underwood. Pleasant Valley. E. A. Dodson, .J. A. Withrow. New Harmony. E. K. Love. Fred. Prawt, W. H. Tanner. Lemmoiis. Joe Alnckley. Clar ence Pool. Oak Grove. I. T. Hucy. lu...

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. — 20 February 1909

SCOTT COUNTY fllCKER VOL. 8 BENTON, M0.( FEBRUARY ao, 190c. NO. is is to get the political bee out of a farmer's bonnet when it once gets to buzzing. Auy suggestion that lie is liable to meet defeat, is almost sure to be accepted as an un friendly act, and that you ate ugninst him especially if yo'i are in the newspaper business. Al though it was a hazardous job, I set about to have him investigate mistake. The man soon ceases to be a man in partisan polities ami becomes a mere cog in a machine. At the erack of the whip he must either be with 'the party" or against, it.- The stnoothe.it course is with 'the putty' and that is usually followed. Folk tried the other route and yon know what happened to him. And no matter how good WITH THE BEANV1LLE NATIVES. The Gang Descends on Beativille With its Brass Band, Booze and Bluster.--Pr.eacher Makes Principal Talk. 'Having got the nntives well stir- red over the race, for constable the announcement was tnude that there would be political spe...

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. — 20 February 1909

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. PHIL. aThaFNER, EuMoHer. , tWKWWI. til 1MB. II caw. Knterra at tho poM oan In beoton. Mo rrauT It. . " Mcond-cltw mill matiw. Tht Unmarried Archbishop. "Take the advice of an old woman, and marry." said the late Queen Vic torla to Rev. Coimo Gordon Lang; but the voung clergyman, who was then successfully directing a dozen assist ami, smilingly objected. "If I have a curate who does not suit. I can get rid of htm," he answered, "f could not do the same with a wife." At the age of 44, which makes him the youngest man of modern times who has filled this high post, Dr. Lang, the bishop of Step ney, has been appointed archbishop of York. He Is still unmarried. Possibly the good queen's suggestion would have been more effective If she had based It on different grounds. "I find you actually keep 12 curates," she is reported to have said. "You should take to your self a wife. I believe you would then be nble to do with two cu rates less." For an accomplished matchmaker,...

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. — 20 February 1909

Happenings in Missouri. MeKlnlay Klrksvllle Regent Gov. Hadlejr hat appoluted John O. JtcKlnley, who was lieutenant gover nor of the state, a member of the board of resents of the Klrksvllle State normal. It was at this school that the ex-lteutenant governor re ceived his higher education. His Hrst year's schooling he paid for by doing Janitor work In the budding at the rate of 11.50 a week. The governor also appointed .the following members of the board of managers of tho Ful ton asylum for the Insane for terms ending February 1, 1913: Dr. E. U. Clements of Macon, Sbtnuel T. Sharp, of Montgomery City and Robert 13. Uuckner of Aux Vasse. Swangsr Names His Helpers. After confirmation by the senate, John E. Swanger, the new state bank commissioner, qualified and gave out out a complete list of his appoint ments as follows: W. B. Planck, deputy bank commissioner, Bethany; Charles W. Watson, examiner, Kaho- ka; E. C. Hart, examiner, Kansas City; Charles W. Bartlett, examiner, Joplln; U ...

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. — 20 February 1909

law4, ft1 ill lit 1 3 AXNOt'frtTMT.NT. T hereby nnmmucc myself u :i can didate ior Superintendent ol Public School ot Scott county, at the ntimi.il school election, Tuesday, April (I, "(Hi. liospCCtfllllv, ClIAHtiKH liAltKlS. JOHN FRIEND DEAD Uncle .Tohn Friend, tho oldest native boru citizen of Scott county, died nt his home in Oratt Tuesday morning in his 78th year. Uncle Johu Friend was boru on Tune 21 1830, within two miles of his late home. He was horn on the farm now owned by Win. P. Glas cock mote familiarly known as the old oere mill site. He is a defendant of the first set tlers west of the Mississippi. In 17!I0 his great grand father, Char les Friend, came here from Virgin ia and located where Benton now !-tauds. At that time this country was a wilderness and populated by l nutans. subscription prick: Twelvemonths, $1.00. Six months. JiOc Three mouths. .:. LET'S LOCVPE THE CAl'SE.I Last week the county coutt shut off the connection between three of (the road bosses of 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. — 27 February 1909

1 " ,-34'r.c,V!apaRWBi! SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VOL. 8 BENTON, MO., FEBRUARY a7, 190g. NO. 16 .1 1 ft WITH THE BEANV1LLE NATIVES. Phil. Haf ner Tells the Natives of the Uselessness of the Parasites Who Live Fat and Produce Nothing. "Last week I tried to make itl -plain to you how the wealth of your j county controls its politics its pub lic affairs. As it is in Scott county, Mi.it is in every other county of the state and of the nation. Property rules. The politicians to whom yon listen will point their linger eastward and bitterly denounce Wall Street, but not word have hey to say about the men ainouug .you who make the crimes of Wall Street possible, nnd who profit by Wall Street operations. "Where was all our money in the fall of 1007 when the bankers refused to give back to depositors their own money? Didn't they then .admit that they didn't have it that it was 'tied up in New York?' ' 'The country banks are only feed . ers for the city banks. All the wealth comes originally from t...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 27 February 1909

.v. SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. PHH, A. HAFNEB. Pyfctlshef. rfc; I. r 1 .. I ' u Sit HB TEAK. ttOS CAM. IMant II the pott ofloe la Benton. Mo., M VMOIWT it, ma. M MindflM mill maitar gg: i Hew to Tall a Good School. Even more Indicative of the Inner lptrit of a school, however, are the lit tie Indication! given by the talk of boys at borne on their vacaUos., says Appleton'a Magatlne. Don't make the mistake of believing what they tell you about the lessons, or the food, or even the prowess ot the football team. A boy Is an Inveterate generallzer and, moreover, you are quite likely to nils understand his terminology. He wilt tell you that the food Is "rotten." that the milk Is always sour, that Mr. 8o-and-so la a "fearful soak," and gives out a hundred lines ot Vtrgll to a lesson right straight along, and that the football team has never been beaten; all of which will only mean that sometimes It has happened that the food was not above criticism, the milk was Bour, Mr. So-and-so pave out a l...

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