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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 8 May 1909

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER VOL. 8 & BENTON, MO., MAY 1909. NO. if WITH THE BEANVILLE NATIVES. It. wus 11 beautiful moon-light ev ruing tuul a big crowd gathered at the Beanville school house to hear Mr. Hnfner once more. On his Arrival he began: "Last week I promised to tell you about the richest church op thin continent. I refer to Trinity, of New York City. We get our oil from the Oil Trust, with head quarters in New York City; our teul from the Steel Trust; our transportation from the Railroad Trust; our express from the Ex press Trust ; our intelligence from the News utul Telegraph Trust; our school books and bibles from the Book Trust all with head quarters in New York, and I some times wonder if we are not getting much of our religion from the same source? "To quote RayStannnrd Baker: 'Every human institution has one supreme function: to serve the peo ple in one way or another. A rail road corporation serves by carry ing freight and passengers; a v. true spirit of religion. In or...

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. — 8 May 1909

4?. fir If I If . i 5 i P.I- IF . ii;'.' it I ft fa; I rJtt MS i SCOTT COUNTY KICKER PHIL. A. HAFN1W. Publlhr UMCHIPTION. PjR-yi.1!! gnterctl at the pout office In Uenton. MoT, Feb. 14, 190:. as ceonJ. class null matter. Restoring Confederals Battle Plagi. A Cincinnati dispatch says the news from Columbua that Gov. Harmon has aiven orders to return to the Confed erate veterans In Alabama ccrtnln flags captured by the Fourth Ohio Vol unteer Infantry during the civil war has led to protests and that Iho de partment commander of the Q. A.J R. will be asked to take action enjoin ing the governor. Among old union coldlers there will be differences of opinion as to the merits of the contro versy. A great many will side with Gov. Harmon and hope that the flags will be returned. The sentiment on this subject among the great body of veterans has softened very much slnae the first administration of President Cleveland, when huge uproar was raised In many parts of the north over the report tha...

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. — 8 May 1909

ELECTION JILLjS PISSED ACT IS INTENDED TO EXPEDITE BT. LOUIS CHARTER WORK. Resolution for Such a Constitutional Amendment Patted Senate Prac tically Kills Banking Measure. Jefferson City. Tho bill backed by the board of freeholders of St. Louis, providing for a special registration day and a system of verification of the last general registration, passed the house. It revises the election was apper taining to St. Louis In that regard and Is Intended to expedite the work of charter revision. The day of reg istration falls on the fourteenth day jirlor to the election, the canvass oil the succeeding day, nnd the revision day follows this. Provisions an: made in the bill for the registration of ab sentees and Invalids on the third day before election. Income Tax Sill Patted. A bill by Mr. Miller of Saline to compel express companies to make a semi-annual report to the board of railroad nnd warehouse commission ers passed. This report is to include the names of the officers and the con t...

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. — 8 May 1909

SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: Twelvemonths, $1.00. Six months, .60c Three months, .35. BRIDGE APPROCHES FIXED. over Norrid creek have been filled in i WALTER THOMAS MILLS. Secretary Jacob, of the county Socialist organization, writes me to notify the Socialists that we can have Walter Thomas Mills, of Wis consin, the latter part ot .May or The approaches to the stcc lbri. g d . , j wh tfa- , ,,nve him and travel FROM NEW HAMBURG. Frank Dohogne. Mrs. Peter Goshe and Mrs. Francis Blattel, of Kelso township, passed thruogh here Sunday on their way to Oran, with Ewalt Hnmtn, of Edna, driv ing the team. The first three named were on their way to Farm ington asylum, where Mrs. Frank Dohogne, daughter of Mrs. Goshe, was repotted dying. Mr Clin.!. Mpiaseret'. nf IvmIso. died at her home Thursday mom-1 years since Dyer was released from ing. May (i. Heart trouble is re- the reformatory, ported as the cause. She wasaj P. A. Harper and R. A. Palfree Uttv tii Jne. ITonrv and Frank nuiii nf Crnwder. mid 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. — 15 May 1909

1 SCOTT I VOL.8 ! COUNTY I1ICKER BENTON, MO., MAY 15, 190p. WITH THE BEANVILLE NATIVES. "Af promised, I have here with ine the address of Rufus VV. Weeks, vice-president and actua ry of the Xew York life Insur ance company one of the largest financial institutions of the world. No one will accuse Mr. Weeks of being a Socialist. But he is talk ing to a class of students aud omits all that hogwash about "free love" "dividing up the property" and other nonseuce so commonly used as "arguments" against .Socialism by the ignorant. Mr. Weeks is a scholar, nnd his income is probably equal to that of the president of the nation. AND IIB UNDERSTANDS SOCIAL ISM, aud says it must and will come in the near future! I will read: "That great movement of which we have seen the beginning in the nineteenth century, and of which the twentieth century is very likely to see the consumation, is the uprising of the working class. Before speaking of this movement, let me spend a few uninteresting moments in...

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. — 15 May 1909

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER PHIL. A. HAFNKH. Publlshsr" aUBlCRIPTION, PBH VKAR, 1 CASH. Bntered at the pout office In Benton. Mo.. Feb. 14, 1M2, as second-class mall matter. GREAT CONGRESS OF PEACE WORKERS HELD IN CHICAGO A Battle of Namca. According to a Washington dispatch in the Tribune "there la a movement on foot In Washington to restore the use of the term 'Executive Mansion' Instead of 'White House,' which has been the custom during the Roosevelt administration;" and many members of congress are said to prefer the longer and more pretentious name, says the New York Sun. "White Mouse" It Is, In the mind and mouth of every American; so known across the water, too.' The term, as re cent researches by correspondents of the Sun have shown. Is of respect able antiquity. It seems to have been traced as far back as Madison's sec ond administration. It will soon be entitled to Its centenary. It is a fa miliar figure, of homely and cordial look. It Is not to be put out by a long trained intrud...

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. — 15 May 1909

G Happenings in Missouri. Unlqut Insurance Company. Some railroads In Springfield have organized an Insurance company, not to Injure their lives, limbs or Drop erty, but their jobs. This unique or ganization was formed In St. Louis April 12 and is known as the Railway Enginemen's Protective association. As tlio name indicates, the order alms to aid engineers and firemen. Instead of turnlshlng life and other Insurance, however, the company will place a safeguard against the loss of position. If an engineer or fireman, who carries a policy in the company, loses his job, he receives 500 from the protective association. It is claimed that such an organization will prove of great benefit to englnemen, as It will tide them over a period of Idleness, If, for any reason, they lose their positions. The leading qualifications required for taking out a policy are that all engine men be members in good standing in the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engi neers, or firemen In the Brotherhood of Locomo...

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. — 15 May 1909

SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: Twelvemonths, $1.00. Six months, .(50c Three months, .35. THE SOUTHEAST. Dunklin Democrat: Elinor K. Davidson, who, wna n.wtm. ,,f 1, I Christian church at Dexter quite awhile, cot into trouble with .Miss Butin Clark, of Washington, Ind. She claims that she anil Davidson went through the ceremony in St. Louis last year, which she under stood made them man and wife. He later denied it. The woman told her parents aud they demand ed a regular ceremony, but before tliey could enforce the demand. Davidson left Washington and his whereabouts are unknown. His alleged victim is thirtv vears old, very pretty of face, but'is a crip ple and has to use crutches. Her lather is prominent and ex-mayor of Washington. Preachers are all but human after all. Our law-makers want to create another peg" to hang a lawyer on. The Idea is to divide this ju dicial circuit, making one com posed of Cape, Scott and Missis sippi counties and another com posed of New Madrid and Pemis- i cot. I...

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. — 22 May 1909

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VOL. 8 BENTON, MO., MAY 22, 190p. NO. 28 OBSERVATIONS BY THE KICKER. A Remarkable Speech Delivered in Chicago Jail Worthy of Earnest and Deep Consideration by All. IT'S THE SYSTEM. I dn hope, some day, to get the ruling class of this county bo far along that, when I discuss condi tions, the individuals will not bob up and shout: "He means m!" All individuals are the products of their surroundings, and when I tpeak of a doctor's trust, It does not mean that I have no use for doctors. Now, if I should say that the janitor at the court house works from dawn 'till dark for $40 per month while others in the public service get from three to six times as much for fewer hours and more pleasant work, somebody might ac cuse me of criticising. But that would be wrong. These things are not so by accident. The trouble may be found in the fact that jan itors do not make and execute laws. He is on the same level with fanners and other workers, 1 often speak of our system of so...

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. — 22 May 1909

ft k fa V I'm iff t r 31s I' 0. r: i I mm mm ma WW mm SCOTT COUNTY KICKER PHIL. A. HAFNEH. Publisher. gUMOWIPTION, FEW YEAR, tl CA1H. fcntered at the poit ofllce In Benton. MoT! Feb. II, 102, u second-class mall matter. j THE TOO-CLEVER WOMAN. Man unjustly accuses woman of en Joying a monopoly of vanity, when, as matter of fact, no woman is any more vain than most men, and In somo respects mere man Is so much more ,valn than woman that comparison Is ridiculous. A good many men spend as much time as any belle over their attire and the manner of Its assump tion on state occasions, but the real vanity of man concerns his brains. He likes a clever woman, but the very In stant he suspects she Is cleverer than he, he takes fright. His vanity Is hurt. Inasmuch as awe and love are not given to rambling leafy lanes hand In hand, and man In his superiority likes to believe woman dependent upon him mentally as well as for creature needs, the woman who Is really clever will never allow her clev...

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. — 22 May 1909

HORTICULTURE THE PRUNING HOOK. Plant for Making Handy and Ut ful Farm Implamtnt Without Much Exptnit, The accompanying cut shows a pruning hook which can be mado at any blacksmlthlng shop 01 home forge. Jt la a very handy tool about the farm and especially In the orchard and ber ry patch. 1 uie It to cut out old canea from the raspberry and blackberry bushes, soys a writer In Ohio Farm er. The handle ti 18 Inches long and Is taken from an old spado. The hook or knife Is made from an old heavy file. It Is first shaped, then the bevel is formed and the hook ground and tempered. A slot Is made in the han dle and the hook Inserted and fast ened with two rivets. The hook itself should be about five Inches long from tho handle to the outer point of the Lend, making tho tool complete about 23 Inches long. In using the hook the FOR CYPRESS VINES. Plant May Trained to Run Ovar Support and Makt an Attraetlva It of Qratnary. Cypress vines may be trained over the support shown In tho accompany ...

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. — 22 May 1909

f mi i T 1? r I f i ; tl J .0 9fJt SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: Twelvemonths, $1.00. Six months, .60c Three months, ' .35. THE SOUTHEAST. Greenville .Sun: Advance was visited by a very disastrous cyclone on the 29th ult. Two churches me uaptist ana latnoln were totally destroyed, and scarcely a buildeng in the city escaped the ravages of the storm. It is repor ted that pieces of bed clothing had ween lound ten nines from Advan ce, and were identified as belonging to citizens of Advance. No one was killed, although there were some miraculous escanes from READ IT AGAIN. Did you read Clarance Darrow's speech on the front paget Yes! Well, read it again. I know the whole will be a shock to most of you, but every senteuse is good. The point made by Darrow is that there is no difference between the moral ''condition of the people in I .... .1 . 'i 1 . . a sideband outside; of jail except that the people outside make and construe the rules of the game. Let's look at it a bit. From the sub-treasury i...

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. — 29 May 1909

OUR SYSTEM OP JUSTICE (f) Is there a man in Scott county who can truthfully say that he be lieves in our judicial system the honesty and integrity of the courts? Mind you, there are plenty who will say it hut do they believe what they say? If any be found who do honestly believe it, don't let the fool-killer get near them. But, if none can be found who. 'way deep down, believes in our courts, then if it not true also that they do not believe in otirsys teni of government for the courts govern us? Legislative bodies may enuut laws, but it is left for courts to construe such laws, and if the courts cannot And a way to con strue such laws in the interest of the ruling class, they are piled on the junk-heap as unconstitutional. Who is willing to wager a new hat that the initiative and referendum mnendtnent to the constitution is not knocked out when it gets into court J Dare you to take it any of you fellows who pretend to be lieve that "the courts of justice ure the bulwark of our libe...

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. — 29 May 1909

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER PHIL. A. HAFNKH, Putsltshor" UM CHIFTION, tKH VBAH, 11 CAM. RnUM atthe pot c-mee In Benton. MoT. no. 14, 103, m Mcond-claM m.ill matter. "BLACKMAIL" AND "PIRACY." Whe walteri neglect early cotter to pajr assiduous attention to lata ar rivals who have given them tlpa, they Perpetrate a dligraceful Injustice well worthy of puntahment aa a misde meanor, aaya the Milwaukee Wlscon ain. The United States Is a republic. In a republic distinctions between the rich and poor are especially Invidious. Distinctions between persons who tip and persons who retrain from tipping are not only invidious, but constitute a species of blackmail, and blackmail is certainly a misdemeanor, If indeed it Is not a crime. The object of all good laws is to enforce Justice. Is there any Justice in a conspiracy among waiters to neglect those of their employers" patrons who are unwilling or unable to pay more than the established and current price for what they order? Is the conspiracy any less...

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. — 29 May 1909

BERKSHIRES A GOOD BREED. for Improving tht Condition of the Common twin. Thoy Art Ixeolltnt. The Berkiblre hog hu been bred for a longer time, with a ylew to Im provement, than any other knows breed of awlne. The breed la to-day acknowledged to be the best general purpose hog. They are well adapted to the need of the eastern farmer who makes pork growing a valuable appendage to his dairy; they are adapted to the corn belt, where an easy maturing animal Is desired; they are adapted to the southern farmer who makes forage play an Important part In his rations of food. There Is no brand that will breed so true to the marking characteristic of the breed as the Berkshire, and they are rightly named the aristocrats of the show ring. The Improved Berkshire of the present day are a well-established breed, possessing many definite and valuable qualities, among which are ,the following: Body black, with smooth plum-colored skin, soft fine hair, feet and tip of tall white, with a dash of white...

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. — 29 May 1909

SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: Twelvemonths, $1.00. Six months, ,60c Three months. .35. THE SOUTHEAST. Cape Republican: Henry Chitty of Oran, who has been employed as a fireman on a dredee boat at Crowder, working in the drainage district, came with some of his com panions to have a time in Cape tiirardean. He succeeded to the fullest extent, and for a day or two had the time of his life. Officer Pat Connors thought he was hav ing too much of a time and as he had become unable to get up when he was down, or to stand when he was up, Officer Connors put him to bed in the cooler. As he did not have the $14 to square his fine, there is a probability of a new tire- man on the dredge boat for awhile, j product of his brother's toil After forty-five years in a prin ting office Ben Adams is down and out. He has sold the Cape Demo crat, which he published for 33 years. A corporation is the pur chaser, and the paper will hereafter be labelled Democratic. I was told on what I consider cood authority that...

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 June 1909

SCOTT COUNTY KJCKER. VOL. 8 BENTON, MO., JUNE 5. 190p. NO. 30 M'UNIXO TUB UNIVERSITIES The aliove was the caption of the loading editorial of a Ht. Louis daily one day last week. To jise such a head-line in a Socialist 'pa pur would start the cry of incendi arism. But this did not appear in a Socialist paper. For more than a week capitalism and its organs have been much worked up over the puhlished state ment of K. T. Crane, a wealthy manufacturer and top-notcher in the capitalist menagerie. Mr. Crane says, in effect, that the education handed out by our higher schools is ttub-dub and only tends to unfit the young for future usefulness. And he boldly asserts that the torch should be applied to colleges and universities! Whew! But I 'm glad Mr.Crane is not a Socialist. The papers would make as much noise about it as when a Socialist takes advan tage of the capitalist institution of divorce. But what else can Mr. Craue expect! Our colleges and universities are endowned (fin anced) by ...

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 June 1909

i.-'1'.-1" ?. ' If" 4V re ft Yi the i IF .0 V? 19. til : . i if ff lex. IN Ml ml " 1 ft' COUNTY KICKER tu cwirriON. win vkaw, ti cash! f'.Ih PO' office In Benton. MoT, ". 14. 1M2. aj econd-claaa mall matter. OUU OF A LITTLE CHILD. Nearly all women are fond of Jew 2s, and one of the most acceptable gifts they can receive is a valuable piece of Jewelry. Tbey take great pleasure In wearing It, or looking at It and showing It to others, and they are very careful not to Injure It or to lose It; but far more precious than rubles or the most costly Jewels ot earth are the souls of the little children commit ted to their charge and often so light ly valued by them, says the Charles ton News and Courier. Few mothers, no matter how bad they may be in other respects, are indifferent to the health and comfort of their children; and there are few mothers who will not sacrifice a great deal In order to secure these things for their little ones. In the care of this precious trust even a conscienti...

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 June 1909

mmmmmmmimimmmmmmmmmmmmmam I if IP!vKrTsw'?5SlsMKw ssss--K lllllliAUli nullum : BEST OF MILK MAKING FEEDS Protein and Carbohydrates Art Tw General Division Into Which Pood It Olvldod. Because a feed Is watery is no proof that It Is a good feed for the making of milk. The blood refuses to bo fooled, and will accept for Its making only cer tain proportions of water and solids, asserts H. A. Ritchie, in flarm Life. The old Idea that a wet feed makes lots of milk Is exploded. The best milk producing feed Is that which Is the most perfectly blanched as to Its constituents. Protein and carbohyrates are the two general dl visions Into which the food can be di vided, and the proper amount of each must be fed. There is no possibility of getting away from the above fact, and every now dairy feed that comes to the front must prove Its value because of its Intrinsic worth, on the above basis. Clover Is ono of the best mllk-ma-king foods we will ever have, because of Its richness in protein and I...

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 June 1909

r r- ! It vvv.r'r SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: Twelvemonths, fl.OO. Six months, - ,60c Three months, - .35. MAY NOT SO BAD. The subscriptions received for the month just closed were !J8 Bgainst 23 for May, 1908 a gain af nearly 70 per cent. These came in since last report for May: Blodgett-C. M. Shanks, Win. llauil, John Kennedy, H. Misfelt. Commerce August Weber, W. M. Malugen. Morley S. S. Grant.W.A.Beggs Benton John Holtzelnw. Diehlstadt J. S. Watts. Chaffee W. P. Lee. Canada Wm. Hipp. I kept no record of the receipts for last June, but it is also a very dull month, as is also July. The encouraging letters received from subscribers are highly appre ciated. Here are extracts from some received in May: Chas Slinkard, Bleda: "Change my Kicker to Oran rural route so it will be delivered at my home. 1 can't afford to miss it.'"' (( John Morrie. New Hamburg: Please send me the Kicker again. I see I can't do without it." THE SOUTHEAST. Like all wooden towns, Puxico, in Stoddard county, had its f...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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