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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 17 July 1909

1 rr, 8? mm SCOTT COUNTY illCttER. VOL. 8 BENTON, MO., JULY 17, i9op. NO. 36 At Oran Safcvircl&y July mj7 BANK SAYING STORE Onr entire stock, consisting of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishinu Goods, Queenswme, Harness and Saddlery, will be put into a Great Sacrifice Sale for 15 days nt half the original value in order to raise Spot Cash. Sale opens' at 8 a. m., Saturday, July 17 and closes at 1 1:U0 p. in. Saturday, July Hold, Stop! Listen: $25,000.00 worth of goods must and will be distributed to the homes of Scott and adjoining counties during these 15 days. The thunder of our low-prices batteries will shake Oran from center to circumference. We fully realize that in asking you for so large a patronage we have to make a strong bid, but we are fully prepared to win your patronage. If you wear dotho, this is your life-time chance to get best tailor-made clothing at half price and be well dressed. We carry the largest stock of' clothing to select from. Tim m...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 17 July 1909

gggSHSH vL ' I i "V. Si tit I' Si it! Ask 5f&&i" tomb . SCOTT COUNTY KICKER PHIL. A. HAFNKW, Publisher. g" CRIPTION, PKH V1AW. 1 CAlMi Rk' 75 KJM 1)0,1 oBlc ' Benton. MoT, rtn. it. 1901, as second-class mall matter. TATTLING TEA LEAVES. Since that ancient time when erring Antony wandered after a light love the elusive tnd suspicious blonde has men. aced the quiet home of domestic man. It must be assumed, however, that An tony knew nothing of the leaves, else the Roman senate was sadly deficient. All those since who have Indulged In the cup that cheers have been wiser In their generation than that New York benedict recently accused of non support by a wife expert in the read ing of tea-dreg mysteries. The evi dence was so patent that the guilty wretch sought no other defense than a quarrel. With sheer masculine strategy, which Is alleged to have In cluded cleaning out the house, he barred the door against his subtle feminine half, says the Washington Post. Whereupon came the ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 17 July 1909

s HURLS COALAT TAFT ASSAILANT MISJUDGED SPUD OF TRAIN CARRYING PRESIDENT'S PRIVATE OAR. CRASHES INTO THE NEXT ONE Mlaalla, Thrown In Darkntia, SmathM Window of Car Noxt to Proal dant'a Plot to Injur . Him Stan. New York City. A chunk of a thraclto coal weighing three or four pounds waa hurled at President Taft'a apeclal train Just after It left Now London for New York. The missile crashed through a win. dow in the coach next to the presi dent's private car, Mayflower, and smashed tho glass to small pieces with sufficient force to have seriously injured, or even killed, any person It happened to strike. Although no one was struck, the se cret service men with the president are investigating and word has been aent to New London for the arrest of any one whose actions were auspi cious. Nono of the president's party knew of the accident. Their nervea were considerably shattered when thay learned of what was possibly an attempt to Injure the president. It is thought that the unknown at 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. — 17 July 1909

r I Twelve months, $1 .00. w niT motitnu. - .tiik Three months, .35. THE SOUTHEAST. h) 14 If. f,h Jackson Herald: Tuesday even- ln Joe tall and nis two sons, Ar- r-tttr and Christ, brought a load of hay from the farm. They got in about 7 o'clock, drove up to tne barn, unhitched the team and be gan to unload. Arthur, who was throwing off the wagon, had un loaded about half the hay when he noticed smoke coming from over the right hind wheel. He removed one more fork of hay, and the whole thing was ablaze. The alarm of fire was given and many neighbors were soon on the scene Water was freely applied. The wagon was backed into a lot and turned over, and it and the frame were pulled from under the hay and saved. The wagon and frame were scorched, but not materially hurt. The supposition is that the fire was caused by the friction of the tire of the hind wheel on the iron of the frame. New Madrid Missaurian: Will Foy, a young man about twenty years old, living at Marston with a sister and...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 24 July 1909

mi J SCOTT COUNTY UlCftER. VOL. 8 BENTON, M0M JULY 24, i9oo. NO. 37 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI. Interesting Happenings of Neighbor ing counties Briefly uiven. A Cape paper tells of the countv 1 aourt awarding the county printing with only one newspaper having knowledge that it was to be award ed. Cape county is Republican and seems to do business along the same linej as Democratic Scott. So far as known, no paper in Scott county has been nwnrded the coun ty printing. The men who run the county affair? own their own news paper and refuse to take chances on competition. I'll give the coun ty judge or any county ofllcial a good new hat if he will point to a time since my stay here when $G was paid for publishing the finan cial statement or even one third that amount as was done a few weeks ago. Aud then there is an other cute graft the printing of the court docket in phamphlet form for the lawyers nnd paying for it out of the public funds. It is a violation of law to place snle bills or other ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 24 July 1909

if v.- I I I I 1 1 I II I I i I I I I II II I ' illllll ll IWIPMMI lil U I 111 I IHI III ll I I t 1 51 SCOTT COUNTY KICKER SH1I A. HAFNStW. 8ullahor. f" owirnoN. n vmaw, t cash: XV fLS 1)0,1 1lc m Benton. UoT, eb. 14. 1H8. aa seoond-ctaaa mat) matter. NIW ENGLAND'S VITALITY. One of the striking feature! of the revival of business Is the great Indue, trial activity In New England. 'The number of new mills, building or planned, the addltloons to old mills and factories which are being made, and the general Increase in productive resources afford evidence of expand lng traffic and greatly augmented wealth. This Industrial growth Is on a larger scale than It has been for a long time. It Is abundant proof that New England Is full of vital force, In business and in all productive activi ties. The greatest gain In the num ber and capacity of mills is in the tex tile Industry, the field the best part of which superficial observers of busi ness conditions and changes have said the south was ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 24 July 1909

ml, I I ' ( I 1 HP Is 1 f' 6 H ,1 EXPECT A GOOD LAMB CROP. Indications Point to a Much Larger Numbor of Lambs In.tho Wast Than Laat Yoar. All Indications and Information, point to a full lamb crop this year, says Breeder1 Gazette. Lambing In Idaho has been on an unprecedented!? large scale. Some bad weather was nncountered, notably In Wyoming and Utah, but feed was available and ewes are generally In condition to raise their lambs. Idaho, whence comes the Dorset Sheep. julk of the mutton lamb supply, will probably raise more than last year. Taking the west as a whole, it will be more than a normal crop owing to pre cautions generally taken to prevent winter loss. East of the Missouri river about as many lambs will be raised as last year. There was some liquidation of stock sheep during the summer and fall of 1908, but a considerable number went out. Missouri, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio will have as many lambs if not more than a year ago. South of the Ohio river about the same number...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 24 July 1909

SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: Twelvemonths, $1.00. Six months, ,60c Three months. .35. THE FLOOD SUBSIDING. After destroying millions of dol lar worth of property, the wat ers of the great rivers are reced ing. Along the Missouri river val ley it Is estimated that more than 2,000,000 bushels of wheat were destroyed from Kansas City down tosay nothing of the corn crop and other damage done. To save as much of the crop of Cal laway county, just across from Jefferson City, as possible, he convicts in the penitentiary were pressed Into service. Of conditions on the river at St. Louis, a reporter for the Star wrote "Hoofs, doors bits of furniture, boxed anil crates, whirled by. A coop filled with peeping chicks and their greatly perturbed and noisy mother rushed b.v on what COUNTY UNION MEETING The Scott County P. E. & C. U. of A met with Pleasant Valley lo cal Tuesday and Wednesday of last week. There were present delega tes from 23 locals representing a membership of 680. There was considera...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 31 July 1909

14' 'I : I ' 1 VI SCOTT COUNTY UlCftER. VOL. 8 BENTON, 10M JULY 3L i9op. NO. 38 It OBSERVATIONS BY THE KICKER. tOingles Case Reviewed, Chicago Vice Trust Tottering. Many Indictments. The Horrors of Capitalism. Aa promised last week, the Kicker will tell you about the Gin gles case. Ella (tingles is a pretty Irish girl who is of good Irish stock, was raised a Presbyterian -and her misister writes of her in the highest terms. Eighteen months ago she came to Canada and, last fall, to Chicago. In Chicago she secured employ ment in a hotel, but after a week, being an expert lace-maker, she was able to do better by working for ladies whom she met at the ho tel. Agness Barrette is a procuress for the white slave traffic of Chica gothe most depraved of human beings. Of cousre sbe has plenty ' of "backing" and conducts a lace store in the city, evidently to keep down suspicion. It is evident that the white sla vers were attracted by Miss Oingles and set about to capture her. The i public did...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 31 July 1909

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER PHIL. A. HAFNKH. Publisher. UBtomrrioN, pmn vkah. i cash. ntNd at tht post office In Benton. MoT! Feb. 14. 1KJ. second-Clai mall matter. A BILLION-DOLLAR ERA The Incorporation In the United States during May of railroad, indue, trial and other companies harlng a capital stock of $258,459,900 gives an Idea of the wonderful commercial ex pansion of the country, says the New York World. Incidental testimony to the same effect Is furnished by the peedy absorption by Investors of the 910,000,000 Issue of preferred stock put out by a new dry goods combination. E. H. Harriman said to the newspaper men who asked him about the report that he was going abroad to dispose of 9150,000,000 of bonds, "I wouldn't havo to go out of this house to do that In half an hour." This Is truly a billion, dollar era. Where the last generation figured in millions, the common multi ple of the present-day business world is $100,000,000. To what lengths is the multiplication of millions to go?...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 31 July 1909

HORTICULTURE PRUNING MATURE FRUIT TREE On Should Knew omtthlng of PhytU ology of Trot and Uto Oood Tool. To be an Intelligent praner one must Know something of plant physiology. He should know the effects produced by pruning at different seasons of the year, how to make a cut that will heal most readily, and the Influence of pruning on the fruit bearing habit of the tree, writes Prof. O. B. Whipple of the Colorado experiment station. It Is generally conceded that pruning during the dormant season Incites wood growth, while pruning during the growing season promotes frultfulness; and, since our trees tend to overbear, it Is logical for us to prune during the dormant season. Although It Is said that pruning dur ing the summer season may encour age the formation of fruit buds on tardy bearing varieties, It may have the opposite effect, unless done at the proper time, and may cause late ' . ""v ' IIbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbVP An Exaggerated Type of Open Head. growth nud uufruitfulno...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 31 July 1909

SUBSCRIPTION PRICE i Twelve monthstl.OO. Six months, - ,60c Three months, .35. . THE SOUTHEAST. Dexter Messenger: Loe Wil liams is a firm believer in the pro duetiveness of onr soil and has con dncted many experiments with dif ferent crops and hat generally met with success, lie read of tbe won derfnl yield of onions in the sand lands of southwest Texas and con eluded to' try the experiment of raising a crop on his farm north cast of Dexter. He prepared the ground for one and one-half acres, put it in good seed, had it cultiva ted, and to his surprise gathered 500 bushels of large onions from this plot of ground. In fact the crop wrs much larger and better quality than he anticipated. And now to tbe profits: He sacked the onions at digging time and during the tall and winter sold his onions for one dollar per bushel, or $000 for the crop. The seed cost him $ij.OO and the labor possible $"C, thus yieldiuc him a net profit of $420 for one and a half acres of ground or $260 per acre. 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. — 7 August 1909

it it if-: r it 1 SCOTT COUNTS VOL. 8 BENTON, MO., AUQUST 7, 1909. OBSERVATIONS BY THE KICKER. Thousands of Our Farmers Flocking to Canada.--! mmi ration Commissioner to Bring in Foreigners. Never in the history of the world 'was there such a migration of far mers from a so-called free country to a country ruled by a king as is now going on from the United States to Canada. Daily they are crossing the border in droves and shaking the dust of this " govern ment by the peepul" from their shoes to accept the sovereignty of the English king to throw off which their ancestors laid down their lives. Some have gone from sJcott county. Wm. Hipp, former ly of Sikeston, is there and writes from Taber Alta: "I like this country fine and we are enjoying good health. The land 'is as fine as Scott county can afford and will produce more cash money, as a rule, than Scott county land. Some of these people have made 40 to 60 bushels of wheat and 50 to 100 bushels of oats per acre, and at that rate 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. — 7 August 1909

... mr ST fceff ft IV M. 'A 1. I 1 11? km I f&iZ Ef EM, .1 ,8 'it SCOTT COUNTY KICKER PHIL A. HAFNMW. FublUhtr. ycmrrioN, wun vkah, i cash" Ci'W ftL!l, P08 olt,c In Benton. MoT, Ten. 14. iMa second-class mall niatttr. THE HAY PEVER PEOPLE. There 4 a national hay fever associ ation which meets up In New Hamp shire In August. Of course It will dis cuss the causes of this aristocratic dis tress, and ono of the causes that will be considered relates to the effect of various plants, says the Ohio Stats Journal. Among these are the golden rod, the ragweed and the Indian corn, all of which are accused of this griev ous assault on the human race. This discussion Is particularly interesting because each of these flowers has Its sturdy advocates for the honor of be ing called the national flower, and against them nil, the hay fever associ ation Is preparing to utter Its most urgent protest. The hay fever people have no candidate for this honor, for they look with suspicion upon all flow e...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 7 August 1909

're VilOW 1 HEW .9 REAL BASIS FOR IMPROVING CORN PLANT Thw are Three Ways in Which Advancement Can Secured and Careful Study la Urged. -By Edward M. East. be Ever since plant breeding has been trought to the front at a meant of In treating yields and producing new Qualities, distinct from the mere feed Ing of crops by means of fertilizer!, a-e have been taught that by selection we could accomplish anything. Take the character length of ear as a concrete example, says Edward M. Cast in Rural New Yorker. Varia Uons In length are seen in every field of corn, no matter what the variety. If wu select the longest ears in sue cesslve geaons we are taught that we tholl continually Improve the strain to this character. Even the teachers have always had an inward con iclousness that there must be s limit to the progress that could be made In this way, but the thought has been Indefinite, and has been designedly kept in abeyance. The man who has been so indiscreet as to ask where the limit of ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 7 August 1909

SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: Twelvemonths, $1.00 Six months, .(JOe Thres months. .30. NT is It THE MONTH OF JULY. During the month ol Julv the AROUND BENTON. I tried to get to Mtrley Saturday afternoon to the Socialist meeting but the afternoon train was about two hours late. 1 did not learn what was done, but a letter from County Secretary Jacobs ays it was decided to have another picnic ami there will be another meet mi: Btibscriptiuns received weie 4. b more thau m June. Consiueiiiiirln? ,, u,.:iiu . m,.iq. r. special effort was made. ,lav. Auirust 7. He writes : "noti- fy the comrades to be present, as I there will he some husiuess come cash Mibscrip-1 before the meeting that will reciuire I the aye and nay vote or every coin- Me- Lee. FROM NEW atnrday ieni-acuerer that no the showing is very satisfactory. Trobably tifteen or twenty due bills were received. The tions were: Commerce OiMave Hilleman, T. A. Matthews, Burkhart Miller, M. F. I!.)?e. A. J. 1'eim. Oran Z. L. C.ienii. 1L H Lean,...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 14 August 1909

w 1 war 1 ' f HI SCOTT COUNTY HICKER. i- VFtfXB A 1 - - II.. . - - a TULi O HE vc wpwfwwwpww,wi iiiiiwm . ..... m i. rjrWi a NCI BENTON, MO., AUGUST 14, i9op. OBSERVATIONS BY THE KICKER. -More About "Desirable lmmigrants."--Unrest General. Russian Methods being Inaugurated in the South. Last week the Kicker told rout shining in the light of education -about the exodus of United 8tates land progress, it may be that its larmers into Canada and the activ- people will obtain freedom from nionarcnial ity of the landlords and their gov ernment in establishing imtnigra tion bureaus to bring "desirable foreigners" to compete with the farmers yet remaining for the use of the land. The system requires that there should be more farmers than farms more workers than work. Yes, our capitalist masters want only- desirable immigrants" ser vile, ignorant work mules. They and their retainers shout about 4'our country" and "our flag" and tell the workers that the tariff is for the protection of Americ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 14 August 1909

' 1 I - - .... ..i finiitrnififiPfin n-fiiifrl a i ifinnfi ani- lApnm iiw I iiiiiiiimillim I CagHJCB S St. I r - .- i du i a. . 'at air- b.il i i . i h i ... . i . . . . . i wv ai n rim nn.r. ithii atuwaan i vr i mta wi twse i V fc. fi t 4 .tr' 1. 1 t i i ir ' ft.-. The statements made fcy the na tional banks of the country under the call of April 28, 1909, show that they had gained at that date no less than 1774,261,000 in total resources sines (the report of their condition made on May 14, 1908. That means an in crease of nearly nine per cent. In a year which was marked by much in dustrial depression and no little dis couragement in business. It might fairly be called the growth ot the national banks In dull times a gain of about $65,000,000 a month In re sources. Where such development Is possible in a period ot depression, what may be expected when the cur rent ot trado and industry is flowing swiftly? It that is the way the finan cial strength of the United States ln crcasesand...

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. — 14 August 1909

k li 1 EARLY BEGINNING INSURES SUCCESS IN SWINE Many Different Points In thm Care, Feeding and Healtb of Market and Breading Stock-By A J Lovejoy. The following notes ore taken from tho address of A. J. Lovejoy, a well known swine breeder, delivered re cently before the Live Stock Breed ers' convention at Urbana, 111.: The pig that Is to be told for meat has but a few months to live," and there should be no let-up In feeding from birth, it will begin to eat shelled corn at three or four weeks of age; and a little sweet skim milk or a thick mush of the samo material as that given the mother, Is a great help to hasten growth. Well bred or even god grade pigs thould weigh eo to 80 pounds when weaned at three months of age, and should then go on alfalfa, clover or other fresh green pasture, and have corn twice a day. Late In the sum mer there should be ready for them the market pigs. For late summer and fall, I have made it a practice to have a field of Evergreen sweet corn to feer in 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. — 14 August 1909

EE El v I It 1 hi rt I PI tr SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: Twelvemonths, $1.00. Six months. .tiOe Three months. .3."i. COUNTY COURT DOINGS. In the matter ditch .", K. ('. Spen cer allowed 200.2.) ami f ordered that assignees be allowed follow ing amounts: .Toe Mackley. $!.!)0; Mrs. Vm. Haee, .'.()(); Win. Haee. $34.30: Bryant MeClellan. 43: Ed Osborne, $11.40: Bob Hearn. $9.75; Mrs. Ada Coiustoek, .9.(10: John Suter. $13.50; John Dodge, $5.25: .1. W. Myer-. $18.00; Matt Thomas. 1S: Win. Bugg. $18.30. lionds petitioned by Ulrieh Klaus. FROM NEW HAMBURG. mi Sikeston Wnrd 1. Louis Bit ker, Milford Baker. R. Royal. E. Johnson, W. A. Matthews, John Witt. 'J. Jake Sites, Jake Tay lor, Sam Potashnie, J. P. Johnson, Green Vaughn. John Johnson. MeMullin R. N. Minner. J. P. Ranney, John Welter, A. J. ( Vntnllfielil Wnfil !u,.,.itf Blodgett Walter Lemons. Clm. L , 1 Srnbba. Tm.i Tn, u.m.,,- .d crime are elose Win. Lemley, Frank Ferguson. Court adjourned to August lli. AROUND DENTON. Harvey K. Moore, of ...

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