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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 12 June 1909

5ra SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VOL. 8 BENTON, MO., JUNE ia, 190o. ''l! H9 aJaJl NO. 31 THE ROGERS ESTATE. Isnch nonsense, but I can't. The will of Henry H. Rodgers, But it is not trne that it is only the Standard Oil magnate who died three generations from shirtsleeve recently, has been filed and he leaves wealth amounting to seven- ty-flve million dollars. This wealth "does not consist of what Is com- monly called property, or money, 1 but consists of the legal right to to shirtsleeve, except.- possibly. among the middle or small capital ist class. We have the third gen eration of the Gonlds, Rockefellers and so on, ajid there is no indica tion of the wolf at the door. The tax the people on things that have families that can fasten themselves Tbeen monopolised, and without upon the nation as they are now which the people cannot get along, fastening themselves upon us, can This wealth is law-made and con- never be dislodged except by revo 'sists of stocks and bonds on which lution a funda...

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 June 1909

mm W m E'i in Li f l.r i it i SCOTT COUNTY KICKER PHIL. A. HArNKW, PublUhtr. UCHIPTION, Pn VKAW. 11 CASH Sli'W1 fi.I1"' P' olrce In Benton, HaT, Feb. 14, 103. aa second-eta, null matter. OIARER IRKAD. The report of an advance In the price ot bread aa a mult of the rite in the values of wheat and flour was to be expected. Wheat being the raw ma terial of flour and flour the raw ma terial of bread, an Increase in the coit of the first, whether natural or artifi cial, necessitates proportionate ad vances in the more finished products. The only question is whether the up. ward tendencies have not been used by combinations and manipulators to fill their own pockets out ot the needs of the people. There Is no doubt that a considerable part of the advance in wheat is due to the small amount of last year's crop still available for mar ketlng. There Is general belief that this legitimate advance has been ex aggerated by speculators, says the Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegraph. As far ns this Is t...

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 June 1909

I 9W SUCCESS WITH TRAP NEST. kiteh of On. That Can Mada for a Small Sum of Monay and In Short Spaea of Tlma. Henry Grant of San Diego, Cnl., gives the following description nnd sketch of n low cost and serviceable trap nest, together with some pep sonol experiences with his poultry: "The sketch shows a simple trap nest which anyone can taakc out of a packing box 12x12x18 and ajt practical ly no cost. The door Is set up with a small stick. The hen In passing over the small board dividing the nest raises the door, which allows the stick to fall and the trap drops. It takes nbout four visits a day to release the hens nnd rest the traps. The labor Involved Is practically nothing and Is amply repaid In saving of feed by get ting rid of the 'soldiers' In the flock. Two months' time Is ample to demon strate what a ben will do. Our own experience Is probably like a good many others, when we first started In the poultry business, we parted with n large silver dollar, after viewing the exhibi...

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 June 1909

V. ST 3 II ft: v I I t I IS lie I n Id Ms SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: Twelvemonths, $1.00. Six months, .60c Three months, .35. THE SOUTHEAST. Pemiscot Argus: Some time go, Tom Johnson secured a license to conduct a saloon in tne old len nessee Hotel. At that time, it was a matter of current rumor that J. W. Stephens was the financial backer. Recently, there was some trouble 'between Stephens and Johnson and the former put Fred Morgan in charge of the business. Prior to that time, Johnson had had charge of the books and had made the de posits in his name, but after Mor gan had assumed charge, Johnson had no further control of the books and the deposits were made in the name of Stephens. Johnson objected to these pro ceedings and was turned out by Stephens, who refused to deliver the books or the license. By means of a replevin suit instituted in the justice court of Esq. S. H Steele, Johnson secured the license but the constable, for some reason, did not secure tiosfessiou of the books. When...

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. — 19 June 1909

SCOTT COUNTY RICHER. VOL. 8 BENTON, MO., JUNE 19. 1900. NO. 3a OBSERVATIONS BY THE KICKER, Why Government Is After Appeal to Reaon.--Attorney-Qeneral Wickersham Stockholder and Director In Mexican Railroad Corporations. We are often told by critics of Socialist publications that they are too radical, too bitter, too extreme And yet these publications are no more radical than the truth; no more bitter than the truth; and no more extreme than the truth, v Why is it that the truth is so shocking to the average tiitizenf Is it not because the truth has been withheld from him so long that he is not acquainted with itf For years the government at Washing ton has been closely scrutinizing the Appeal to Reason in the hope of finding something in it to justi fy its suppression. But not a word have they found that could be dis torted or twisted into being either scurrilous, incendiary or defamato ry jwst plain, unvarnished facts. And the Appeal has said some very sensational things about the ...

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. — 19 June 1909

J COTT COUNTY KICKER I- PI in 'V i l3' ft ft EES!1 SS. FMIL. A., HAFNKW. SuHhr. yu CHirriow, pun viah, si cah: Ck'W fLiBt P0"1 le n Benton, Mo7 "a- 1H1. as second-class malt matter. PRIINDLY WITH JAPAN. Two Japanese cruliera have sailed In through the Golden Gate. Their officers and men have been made wel come and given the right hand ot fel lowship. The reception hai been a warm one, and there hat not been even the shadow of Ill-feeling, says the Pittsburg Dispatch. No outbursts nave occurred to mar the visit of our friends from the other side of the Pa clue, and not a single voice has been raised to Indicate that the Japanese naval representatives are anything tut' the most agreeable visitors. Pos sibly this is not a notable fact But It seems worthy of consideration by reason of the agitation with which California, and, Indeed, the whole country, was stirred last winter when the law-makers of that state were contemplating adverse legislation against Japanese who have settled there...

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. — 19 June 1909

rat' ifpg .1. HORTICULTURE RABBIT AS. AN ORCHARD PEST Because of Their Great Abundant Llttlt Antmala Daatrey Much Grain and Vtattabla Matttr. .The American farmer encounter xnany obstacles In the practice of hi calling. In addition to Innumerable Insect enemies and plant diseases which assail his crops at every stage of growth, he baa to contend against great numbers of destructive rodents. Pocket gophers, woodchucks, prairie nogs, ground squirrels, rats, mice and babbits levy a heavy toll upon the pro ducts of field, garden and orchard. No annual losses due to 'rodent pests In the United States are available, but as early as 1861 a writer in. the American Agriculturist estimated that rats alone caused losses of 110,000,000 a year In the country. Because of their wide distribution and great abundance,' rabbits hold a prominent place among rodent pests, YOUR OWN PEACH ORCHARD.' A Possibility Nearly Everywhere oil Needs of Trees Art tudltd. If Apple Tree Injured by Rabbits. They are l...

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. — 19 June 1909

aw..'.-' r .-- t i r vtd, I m i.'i I If r it I M in .ft vn as 9) fe" Br' IS 43 SUBSCRIPTION PRICE! Twelvemonths, $1.00. Biz months, .60 Three moaths. .35 JUNE IS ALL RIGHT The Kicker circulation is hold tag up very -well for June. Up to the 15th twenty-one cash sub scriptions and twenty-six due-bill subscriptions had been received. The cash subscribers are: Ben ton. Joe L. Scherer, James Van dike, Albert Minter, Wm. Low ders, W. H. H. Hudson. Blodgett. Thos. J. Reams, V, W. Crowford. W. T. Biown, J. H. Mash. Vanduser. -Mrs. Nona Wallace, J. Frank Grant. Commerce. Ambrose Munds. Robert Georger, Geo. Roth. Morley. Dick Williams, 0. M Randol. New Hambur. J. J. Westrich, Aelso. Frank Hes-. Uhno. M" G. Knhns. - Jeff. Primm, Kast Prairie: Mrs Alfred Wilkius, Metropolis, 111. W. G. Pyle, of Bell City ?eat iu a batch of stven due bil! People are. very busy now, but during the?e rainy spells it is a xfod time to talk Kicker to your neighbor. If you can use a few due bill.-, r-einl a pos tal ...

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. — 26 June 1909

bbbbbbbbbbbbb m Ik fi r SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VOL. 8 BENTON, MO., JUNE a 6, I90p. BRO. McOUIRE ON DECK. Bro. McGnire. of the Jackson ' Cash-Book, has broken his long stience and has some more to say abont Socialism. He attempts criticism of my article of two weeks ' ago entitled, "What is Sacialism." iHe says: "We published last week a clip ping from some paper which Baid vthe question had been asked the leaders of Socialism what they had 'to substitute in place of the-pollti cal and social system which they aeek to tear down and not one of them has been able to frame an . answer." Such clippings are not hard to find in almost any capitalist paper. The more reputable of them have put aside that shelf-worn rot about free love aud dividing up the prop erty and now pretend to be entirely ..At sea as to what the Socialists really want. It seems never to occur to them that the Socialists have a very difluite platform that it would be difficult for one of even ordinary intelligence to misu...

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. — 26 June 1909

SCOn COUNTY KICKER PHIL. A. HAFNKW. Publisher. U CHIPTION. PUH VAH. 1 CAH. CieW ,.!he P once In Benton, MoT Feb. 14, i02, second-class mall matter. OUR NAVY. i W notice here and there critical and rather querulous comment on the (act that the first aid to the Americans In Asia Minor and the Ill-starred na tive Christians has been given by Eu ropean warships exclusively says the Hartford Courant. "It is certainly un fortunate for our prestige," remarks one Journal, "that no United States warship is at hand. This absence of any representative of our navy from coasts where its services may be ur gently required Is due to the virtual abolition of what was called for many years 'the European station."" In those years we had a great mercantile marine; its sails in the consecrated phrase whitened all seas. In those years we did not have the Panama un dertaking on our hands, or Hawaii, or the Philippines. At present United States warships are more useful ac tually and potentially In home wa...

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. — 26 June 1909

V i : W iAlIIhtv. Ish al f BBjEJBHMBJE AFFECT FERTILITY OF EGOS. Too Warm Quarters and Overfeeding Laying Stock Hava Injurious Effect. Officials of the department of agri culture have been collecting data re gardlng the factors which affect the fertility of eggs. It has been found that too warm quarters for laying stock and overfeeding aro commonly believed to exercise an unfavorable In fluence on egg fertility. Tho way eggs are handled or stored is atso believed to affect the proportions which will hatch. The conditions under which Incuba tion occurs also have an effect. The vigor and character of the parent stock and tho length of time the male bird has been with the flock are also Important questions with respect to egg fertility. At the outset It should be stated that fertility and "hatcha blllty" are not necessarily Identical. An egg may be fertile and still the germ does not have sufficient vitality to produce a healthy chick under the ordinary conditions of Incubation. In ser...

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. — 26 June 1909

SUBSCRIPTION PRICEi Twelve mob till, 11.00. Six months. .tOe Three months. .85. THE 3RD AT MORLEY. There is every reMon to believe that one of the largest crowds ever gathered at one place in the county will be at Morley on July 3. Not only is it the celebration of the na- tions birthday anniversary, but the coming oi W . K. uaylord, tne So cialist state senator from Wiscon sin, will attract many from adjoin ing counties. The plan of the picnic and bar becue is also unique and causes people from all parts of the county to become interested. Loans have been and are being secured to de fray the expense. These loans are from twenty-five cents to fifty dol lars and are to be returned from the proceeds of the picnic. If there should be a deficit, the loss win oe proportioned among an. $o tnat none will lose much. For instance, if I put in one dollar and there is a deficit of ten per cent, l get bacs ninety cents. If ex penses are met or there is a surplus, then 1 get my dollar back and t...

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. — 3 July 1909

Effs? SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VOL. 8 BENTON, MO., JULY 3. I90g. NO. 34 THE SAME OLD RESULT. -Preacher-Politician Meets Socialist in Debate and Gets Worst of it. Tor months .the Socialists have been watching the arrangement of a debate between Col. Dick Maple, editor of the National Rip Saw, and Rev. C. R. Powell, Land mark Baptist preacher and edit- ' or of the Arkansas Baptist, pub lished at Little Rock, Ark. Like most starched-collar edl-ftor-preacihers, Rev. Powell has no use for Socialism, and the fun began when, in his publication, he assailed Col. Dick Maple and denounced Socialism as "tlifc twin sister of infidelity, hatched ' in the pit." Immediately Col. Maple chal lenged him to debate and let the audience judge. Promptly Rev. Powell accepted and named Ar genta, a city Just across the Ar kansas river from Little Rock as ' the place of debate, and the date was June 10 and 17 Powell to open the debate and Maple to close it one night each. I have before me the Argenta Dally News....

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. — 3 July 1909

spy '"4 3St 8 air HI ii-r EH mm 'HI, p kit if id 'Mi II 8- 1 I; . Is.? SCOn COUNTY KICKER PHIL. A. HAPNBH, tubllshtr U CWimON, Hl YEAR, SI CA8H. !4.ll,, Pl o'c In Benton, Mo.. Ftp. It, ttw. ssoond-olass mall mattsr. LEGAL STATUS OF THE SCREAM. In obtaining a legal determination of the value of a cream, Miss Grace Reals of Chicago has performed a dls tingulahed service for her iex. Mitt Reals, who Is an actress, sued a drug gist for injury to her vocal chords, al leged to have been caused through a mistake in filling a prescription, and has been awarded $5,000, says the Pittsburg Gazette-Times. The Jury was told that In emotional roles, when the villain became perniciously active, Miss Reals had to engage an other woman to do the screaming for her. The Jury agreed that a scream- less actress Is sadly handicapped in ! her art, but its verdict should afford protection to women other than those j who follow the profession of the , stage. No woman can go safely and happily through life w...

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. — 3 July 1909

a 1 HORTICULTURE DO BIRDS HELP THE FARMER? When Permitted to Labor Undis turbed They Thoroughly Polio Both Earth and Air. As objects of human care and Inter est birds occupy a place filled by no other living thing, and the various movements to protect and foster them would be fully Justified were there no returns other than esthetic. Only the thoughtless and the ignorant still hold that the graceful forms and beautiful plumage of these master pieces of nature serve their highest purpose when worn on a hat for a Useful Insect Eater Kentucky War bler. brief season, to be then cast aside and forgotten, the plumage dimmed nr.il faded, the beautiful songs quenched forever. While by no means insensible to tin; higher value of birds, the farmer who is' asked to aid in measures for their protection is entitled to Inquire r.s to the practical purpose they sub serve, and how far they may be ex pected to return his outlay of time, trouble and expense. Since most birds eat insects and since man...

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. — 3 July 1909

-"lit 8& it 2T 15," I raft HE I i 1M ? i to, if: '.i 15 I IS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: Twelvemonth, il.OO. Six months. .60c Three months. .35. JUNE LOOKS GOOD. The jnmp in the Kicker circuit Won for Jane looks good. Either othen betides Social imti are snbaeri binff for the Kicker, or else that Si Blast have trowed" tone. The Kicker oircolstion now is about one hundred, larger thin it wm at this time lut yew when a campaign was on. Last year, durint the months of June and July the subscriptions tame in so slow that I became die gusted and kept no account of them It was always so during these months. During the month just closed I received 40 cash subscrip tions and 58 due bill subscription a total or y. The cash sub seriptions since last report are: Blodgett. J. D. Huey, R. L. Bowden, A. R. Clark, M. Lepley. Louie Williams. New Hamburg. George Eich horn, John Kilhafner, Kasper Miederhoff. Morley. J. W. McMullin. Oran. Joe A. Dirnberger. Benton. Henrv Kraft. Rose Weleka. St Louis: T. C...

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. — 10 July 1909

IS" t f ft r I' SCOTT COUNTY JliCftER. BENTON, MO., JULY 10, 190o. NO. 35 L found one stool pigeon who would have thrown a giant firecracker In the neighborhood of a scab or non-union establish nient, then there would have been police activity In plenty. t Ella dingles, a working girl, was inveigled into the Wellington Hotel, a notorious resort in which it is said Tom Taggart, the boss gambler and Democratic chief of Indiana, is interested. Miss (tin gles is a iace-maker, and went to the place to collect some money due her for work not knowing the nature of the place. While there she was drugged, brutally assaulted and tortured. This "ho tel" is a dive where the "cream of society" gamble and sport. The Daily Socialist is the only paper that told what happened to Ella Uingles. It just kept telling it until public sentiment forced ac tionon the part of the police. Last week the chief witness in the case was found dead. Here is what the Daily Socialist says of the ruling class of Chica...

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. — 10 July 1909

SCOn COUNTY KICKER PHIL. A. MAFNEH. PuSIUhf. " g OW'TION. pmn VIAB, 1 CASH. ftii'i!1 fLlr pogt oK n tnton."ila: "- H. r-cond-clm mall matttr. w "1 IKK HIDDEN TREASURE. A romantic tory of supposed bid den treasure, quite In the style of Edgar Allan Poe, comes from Choea berg In Moravia. The tower of the ancient Rathaus, despite the protests of the Vienna Conservatives, was late ljr demolished, as it was declared to be unsafe. As the rubbish was being removed a document was found in a hollow stone stating that during the thirty years' war the town funds were bricked up in a certain part of the Rathaus. The place could be seen when at a certain hour on a certain day the shadow of the Rathaus spire fell upon It. The town council has resolved to find the shadow by build ing a scaffold of the same height and form. Much excitement prevails, and many bets are being taken. Some people suppose that the document was Inserted by a workman, and they be lieve that after the war the treasure was r...

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. — 10 July 1909

1 1 f I wit INTRODUCE WITH LITTLE FUSS Young Qusan Ushered in and Liylnp Within Short Spaee of Ona Hour Without Failure. I havo sighed for some quick method of Introducing queens, and success has now rewarded me, and I submit what I believe will become the most popu lar method of queen introduction viz., Gray's flour method, says Joseph Gray, an English expert aplculturlst, In Gleanings of Bee Culture. I can take a queen from a nucleus, remove the old queen, and have the young queen all right and laying within the hour. To follow this plan of Introducing I open the hive, find the comb with the queen on, and remove her. I then lay the comb flat so that both hands are frea, dust the bees on tho tippet aide of the comb with flour from a flour-sifter, open the large door of th cage, shake out the queen on to the comb and dust her with flour. If a flighty queen, I take the precaution to dust her with flour before I open 'the cage. If the queen has been removed the day previous, there is ...

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 July 1909

CxQTra.e3l I Crowded! - 1 Was the Opening Day of the Creditor's Sale at J. Winer's Store, Chaffee, Mo. No such Crowd ever gathered under one roof before. People actually carried away their purchases by the armiui, cv y y ucmg sausiiea. i nis is a aaie xnai win occur out once in a nie-iimc, anu win KMJ m w iff "V UK 3 Eft ft IN CHA sm wF w wF for years to come. C. N. Harper & Co. are selling the goods rapidly. Bear in mind, this sale closes M If S I rv4 a a a a a aa i ' -i S aL at aaIMfaB monaay, juiy 12. i nis is a cnance to get up-to-date merchandise at less tnan tne cost iv maiiuiv- xure. you cannot anord to miss this This Sale Positively Closes Monday, July 12th. Don't Forget BIG SATURDAY, July, 10. Specials for that day. W. J. B., M'g'r. The J. Winer Store, Chaffee. C. N. Harper & Co.,Chicago. W. J. Broderick, Mgr. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: Twelvemonth?. $1.00. Six month?. .GV Three months. - .00. THE SOUTHEAST. Louis F. Klosterman, a ell known merchant and capitalist, tlied a...

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