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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 21 August 1909

SCOTT COUNTY ItlCftER. VOL. 6 BENTON, MO., AUQUST at , i9oq. tm NO. 41 OBSERVATIONS BY THE KICKER. Some Side Lights on the Local Option Campaign From a socialist view-point. --Why insanity Increases. A man by the name of Friti J 8 tine has been guilty of some strange pranks in the east part of town lately. He is accnsed of in decent exposnre of person to ladies in that part of the city and was caught by a man putting on a dress and going down the street after dark last night. When he tried his trick on the supposed woman he was caught. He was placed in the holdover trad will be tried to day or tomorrow. He is evidently insane and should be sent to an asylum. His brothers, in Cape -Girardeau, we understand, are plenty able to care for him and should be made to do so. He has a wife and child living here. He was tried this morning and fined $10. V7 think the county court should tak? action and if he is in sane he should be sent to the asy lum. IUmo Headlight. Notices similar to the abo...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 21 August 1909

i' f "r 4ifhr .If fiCT jl SCOn COUNTY KICKER PHIL. A. HAFNBW, PufctimwT"" UMewiPTtoN, nn year, at cash. Ci V SLP1 P0' offlce n Benton. liST, Fto. 11 1MI. m second-class mat! matter. SHOOTINQ STRAY DOQS. The reports of thi opening ot the dog-killing season, in several cities are replete with brutality. The police men shoot at all the proscribed ca nines, and In missing them, which Is oftener the case than not, they are apt to destroy the lives ot men, worn ten and children, who may happen to Ibe within pistol range. It the bullet 'hits the dog at all, It probably wounds ;the poor brute, and makes an other wise safe and sane dog a writhing, looming creature, mad from fear and ipaln, and scattering alarm and dis gust wherever it may run or drag lta tortured body, says the Washington Post. Even when the policeman la 'marksman enough to dispatch the dog without suffering or scattering bul lets among pedestrians, the killing is offensive to the sight of every human being with a spark of f...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 21 August 1909

I. "v . . 1 I DAIRY HOUSE FOR CERTIFIED MILK PLANT Dairy House. . il. i ,lnl,on of m,lk con"nl. . l.hU comry wns m 'mpor 'tant stop toward the improvement or the quality of milk. While the num Ia 1 comhi s very limited and the milk produced under their supervision amounts to only a frac "P" of ono Per cent, of , the 10,000,000, 000 quarts or more of market milk annually consumed, the great value of certified milk to Invalids and Its In nuence In reducing the mortality among Infnnts and children are be yond estimation. Further, the work of milk commissions has had no lit tie Influence In Improving the general m Ik supply of cities where such com missions exist, by setting a higher standard of quality and by creating public sentiment in fnvor of pure milk. The term "certified milk" originated with the member of the commission who formulated the plan. At the In stance of the commission the word "certified" was registered In tho Uni ' ted States patent olTlce, the object bo- bottled, pa...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 21 August 1909

r2 i; SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: Twelve months, $1.00. Six months. ,60c Threa months, .S3. ' SOUTHEAST MISSOURI. At n term of circuit ejurt In Pemiscot county Just closed, eight prisoners were sent to the penitentiary. Scott county hns twenty In jail nnd more expect ed. What will we do when the prisons pet so full the rooffs pop oil? Crime Increases with the cost of living and the lack of op portunity to earn a living. Clar ence Darrow, the noted criminal lawyer, says, "There should be no Jails. They do not accomplish what they pretend to accomplish If you would wipe them out there would be no more criminal than now. They terrorize nobody. They are a blot upon any civili zation, and a jail W an. evidence of the lack of charity of the peo AROUND BENTON. J. C. O'Connor, of Selma, Ala., brother to J. I). O'Connor, of Mor ley township, was a visitor at the Kicker office last week. Mr. O'Connor, spent his boyhood days here and wanted the Ktcker , which he has been reading, continued. He is a pa...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 28 August 1909

II SCOTT COUNT It BENTON, MO., AUQUST 28, i9oo. MX W1 9- ft I. I- I X li 1 1. s iv 1 it Km mi 8. L. MOSER HERE. LaHt week I was honored by n visit from m.v old friend, 8. L. Moser, of 8t. Louis. He In a member of the Referendum League of the state and Is agl ' tatlng the assemblage of Single Taxers In St. Louis In October for the purpose of urging the submission of a Single Tax amendment to the constitution of our state. Many Kicker readers are famil iar with Single Tax: theory, for the Kicker advocated It several years ngo, and the Idea was em bodied In Gov. Folk's first' mes- xnge to the legislature. The Idea' Is to place all tnxes on land and to exempt a'l other property to tnx Idle land the same as Im proved Intnl. This would put the tnx on idle l:ind so high that land could not bp held out of uso for .speculation. Eight years ago Mr. Moser nnd myself were active workers In the public ownership movement. I was n member of the state ex ecutive committee while Mr. Mo ser was a enn...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 28 August 1909

'a fc I J Vtf W ' 'V. .if" j ' SCOTT COUNTY KICKER SHIL. A. HAfNIWi Publisher. ; u wirrioN, mum vkah, i cash. nitMI ltu pott ottloe In lenton. UoT, rrt. 14, MM. m ascend-olaae mall mattus CLOTHES. Mere man has been consistently ana earnestly poking lun at woman be cause of the vagaries which fashion has imposed upon her. Latterly, this fans been more marked, perhaps, than In the olden days when the tunny fel lows who write paragraphs, figurative ly, wore out the hoopsklrts and the big balloon sleeves. Ot late much merry laughter has been expended over the woman of the patella shape and the peach basket headgear. It It thoroughly convulsing, says the Pitts burg Post. Woman is such a queer Bight, togged out to represent an ani mated mushroom. Hut what of a man and his attire? Is the laugh to be on one corner of the mouth? Does not the shoe on the ether foot pinch a little? Those strange shoes of the emerald hue. And what of all the other green things he dons that give him the appearan...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 28 August 1909

M. ',m 8 'if 4 If- 4 n, ,11 ''4 I f, i 3; L. I I It IP WHITE BIRCH TREE LOUSE. I Mct Alto Produces Very Peculiar 011 on Witch Haiti Formula for Spray. In answering a query for a for inula for the destruction of a plant louse thnt Infests the birch trees and also produces a very peculiar gall on witch hazel, a writer In the Country Gentleman says it Is exceedingly In teresting. Since It was first described as occurring on the latter plant, It It now known as Hamnraellstes sptno bus, the specific name having refer ence to the peculiar, many-splncd, oval, green gall about three-quarters of an Inch long, found on witch ha zel from June to the latter part of October. The life history of this species It peculiar and has been recently worked out in detail by Theodore HANDY LABOR-SAVING DEVICE Tool for Utt In Picking Fruit That Will Enable a Ptrton to Utt oth Handt, When picking any kind of fruit from a tree the device shown In the accompanying II lustration will be found very use ful, ttne...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 28 August 1909

SUBSCRIPTION PRICE i Twelvemonths, $1.00 Sis mouthy, - Mte Three months. .,').. FROM OKV. We hold tint It i the duty ot every well wlsjpf of tho town, and all who live 1m It ought to be eoiu'dcred unions thnt cln.n, to THE BLODHETT PK'Vir ' UM? a11 ''Ui lubb m.-nn for the -..t,wa,..v...v ..-inovumeiit or tue moral.' uv lv- Us, nml there is sure going to he ins nUl ami encouragement to something doing. W. H. McAllister , the church an.l the schools, mak- will sneak for the SrwinlUf. T. V Betts of St. Louis will speak in favor of prohibition, while Clarence Darrow, of Chicago, will spenk on the fallacy of prohibition. Go! Hear nil sides and then Bfce your hend. AROUND BENTON. Ing of better streets and side walks throughout the town, and any measure c l"Ulnted to build up. for the betterment nml the Improvement of the pi icr, the ex tending the right hind of fe'low shlp and the encouragement to strangers who would seek n riome among u. While this is true, we find a class here who ., 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. — 4 September 1909

a f'f'aKHi--Ws '' t Mil SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VOL. 8 BENTON, MO., SEPTEMBER 4. 9op. NO. 43 'if IN i if ' Sr- E As WHAT DEBS THINKS OF PROHIBITION. -By Eugene V. Debs in the Terre Haute Tribune of March 1, 1008. Some well meaning but deluded people think that all wickedness can be overcome and the tnilleniiuu ushered in by prohibition. Any thing they do uot imp pen to like is bad, ne cording to their ethicn, mul forthwith is put uppn the prohibition list. These people strain at gnats nml swallow camels?. They throw n fit over a man taking a drink at 11 :30. or play ing a game of cards, hut they are not con cerned nbotit wage slav ery, or child-sweating, which have a thousand victims where the saloon has one. These people are not satisfied to be permitted to spend their Sunny as they choose, but they must see to it that others spend j culated to provoke the vengeful ire BBm l'"1 flPV' 3BBBBA bbbV HUBUM properly do on that day, nnd that every Inw on tho Htatuto bookH of American states ...

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. — 4 September 1909

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER PHIL. A. HAFNSm, PuHlsher. .lt'rT!ON' n YBAI- 14. lH. M fyond-clm mall matter. BUILDINO Of CITIM. The conference of national interest n the aubjectot the building of cities,. i waswngton, baa taken up a big subject, says the Buffalo Express. Just what progress It can make with an Important problem remains to be aeen. We all realize that almost no cities are built aa they should be. Al most no cities are built In clreum stances that will permit them to be built as they should be. The few ex ceptions are cities like Gary, lnd.. which Is built from nothing to a full frown community at once. Most cities are merely a matter of growth. They have small beginnings, and as the community grows It provides for Us Immediate needs as they arise. The small community canot afford to look very far ahead. A comparatively few years at the most Is all that can be considered. So when the community outgrows the needs for which It pro vided a few years before, it has sim ply to do 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. — 4 September 1909

r m m r If i ;1 FEEDING OF THE YOUNG PIG To Do It Properly It loth an Art and a Seloneo and Wall Worth Studying. It Is both an art and a science to properly feed young pigs, and li some thing well worth any farmer's time to study. The most economical gains that a pig over makes are made while he Is young, and upon his early growth and the proper development of his digestive system depends the economy and -success with which he ;wlll later be fattened. Kence one must consider not alone supplying the nutriments to make continuous growth but supply such feeds as will develop and prepare the digestive system for 'the handling of the kinds and quanti ties of feeds required in the finishing 'process. When the pig Is born its digestive tract Is filled with a manure (the re sult of mucous excretions probably), called meconium. Nature has provid ed for the removal of this by making the first milk of the dam very rich in oily globules which act as a laxative DEMAND FOR GOOD WETHERS Fewsr Reac...

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. — 4 September 1909

SUBSCRIPTION PRIOR: Twelve months, il.()0 Six month., .(iOe Threa uumths, .'to. THKIR ( QUEER IDEAS. To u Socialist it is amusing to see the various sort of flts the capi talists nrouml here especially the drys and mugwumps bad over Darrow's Blodgett speech. All were sure that Darrow had injured the cause of Socialism but d n Darrow. He had no business here. Had Joe Russell, or Bill Miller, or nny of the big gnu card talist politicians come, that would have been all right ; but Harrow that's different I made this statement to a lead ing Democrat the other evening and also mentioned that Judge Fort would speak at Blodgett Fri day evening. "Yes but you'll not Payne, Fritz Snidcrs, L. J. Tlru- ry, Jos. Utirger, Roy Sluley.Aiu broso Dies. Denton Hiram King, Vol Per son, Doc Cannon, O. N Mlnter, Vm. Spalding, James Foster. J. w. Baty. It. . Williams, Geo. Wll X. T. V. Hums. Jessie Vamlcrgrlft, 1. Andreson, Julia watio. ntehlstadt H. C. Stone. Va nduser l.cona id Fields. Chaney. Chaffee-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. — 11 September 1909

w 9 - SCOTT COUNTY mCttER. 88 VOL. 8 BENTON, MO., SEPTEMBER n, i9op. NO 44. ID s ft i' 1 OBSERVATIONS BY THE KICKER. Mexico and Uncle Sam Taft and Diaz to Meet and Feast. Conditions Among the Workers. 'The little news dispatches from Mexico that go flowtlng through the Amerloan press now and then whould be watched with more than ordinary attention. Be tween the lines may be read the possibilities of a revolution against the despotic rule Diaz maintains In behalf of American investors of high degree. In Sep tember 1010, the time foe' the presidential ' election comes around. Diaz has carried the election term after term, by ab rogating the constitution, and he "Will probably try It again If not lor hlniset. for a chosen success or. Mexico's constitution Is In ninny respects more democratic than our own. It alms at popu lar government and guarantees freedom of speech, of tho press, and of elections. Rut all of the safeguards of popular sover eignty have been cynically put down by Diaz...

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. — 11 September 1909

'mm,- MX ri LiKStftffiX l i U CWIFTION, F1W YlAWi $1 CAhI KihV SLlh P011 oHlce In Benton. Mo., cona-ciasa man mautr. PROTECT THE BIROS. William Dutcher, president of the American Audubon society, estimates that birds save American farmers aa nually $200,000,000 In the destruction of harmful Insects and noxious weeds. He further computes that the saving would amount to $38,000,000 moro If that old harridan of a tyrant, Fashion, did not decree that milliners shall or natnent women's hats with the plum age of many of the most valuable of the feathered tribe. Scientists have estimated that human life on our plan et Ions since would have been extinct ns a consequence of the destruction of vegetable life If birds had not come to the rescue and made perpetual and re lentless war on Insect life, says the Cincinnati Enquirer. In this good year 1009 the Joint worm Is playing havoc with the wheat crop of central Ohio, and that could not have been If the men and boys of Ohio had not levied cons...

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. — 11 September 1909

ft? -.vj. , SEVEN TOTS PERISH CHILDREN OF 8T. MALACHY'8 HOME AT ROCKAWAY PARK PERISH IN FLAMED. ARE IN II HUDDLED MISS Had Been Overlooked When Others Responded to the Fire Drill Little Ones Displayed Courage. New York City. The bodies ot even young children, burned beyond recognition, were found In the ruins of St. Malachy's Home for Children at Rockaway Park and firemen are searching the smouldering buildings for other bodies. Tho finding ot the bodies came as a shock, for after the fire last night the police reported all the children sato and accounted for. That scores nnd even hundreds of lives were not lost In tho conflagra tion was duo to the heroism of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Brooklyn, nnd their bravo little wards, who respond ed to the lire drill with great courage. Just how the, seven little ones who perished In the second story room got away from the main body and were unaccounted for, Is not explained. They were found In n huddled mas3, as though they had clung to ea...

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. — 11 September 1909

THE SOUTHEAST. Charleston Republican : A young man by the name of Joe Renfro was found dead in Bnbb's livery stable at an early hour Sun day morning. It is said he belong ed in Illinois, but had been about here for a month or so. He was not over strong and was a slave to the cigarette, which was perhaps the cause of his death. He was' hurried Sunday. Jacksou Cashbook: J. Y Danghertyof Commerce, one of the nlfl.tinip rfsiilpiits nf this I'niintv. was with us at the home-comhigi nbo,lt twenty miles equnre last year and would hav been this! without encounterlne ft saloon. hour year npo there were ton WETS WIN IN A WALK. Well, It I were a conspicuous Scott county reformer, 1 believe Til pack my grip. With public sentiment against the saloons so that they have been dnit out nearly everywhere, the wets carried tho election Saturday overwhelmingly. You can travel from Commerce on tho Mississippi river, to the Stoddard county line, nml from New' Hamburg to the south bor der of the county n ...

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. — 18 September 1909

v.-' 'f.ify"' ' SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VOL. 8 BENTON, M0. SEPTEMBER 18, i9op. NO 45. r.f k.' 5 if : Him TOWER OF THE WORKERS. There Is a pretty clear Illus tration of the power of the work tog class right here In Scott county. It is the clearest Illus tration of its kind on record. Because the Kicker had oast Its lot with the producers of Scott rounty and refused to sneeze ev 'trrr time the ruling eland took t snUfT, the powers that WERE de- elded to establish a newspaper to etnas the Kicker. v .Auiwtnoratlon was formed with efg'hty-Iwo stockholders. They Include the bankers, the mer chants and business men of ev ery verlety, officials, lawyers, doctors, priests, preachers, saloon-keepersand Just enough farmers they hoped to hide the hells. These were scattered over the entire county, covering every township, and Included practically all who would likely have need for advertising or Job printing. It was a monster combination one calculated to make even a Rockefeller sit up &nd loo...

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. — 18 September 1909

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER PHIL. A. HAFNBR, Fubllshw. tUMOWIPTION, Mil VKAH. II CASH, hntsnd at the poit office In Benton. Ma, Feb. 14. 1NL m Mcond-claas mall matt, A HUMANE WORK. During the meeting of the medical 'association at Atlantic City, a sugges tion was made that the women physi cians of New York and other towns of the north should co-operate in the work of teaching the poor to avoid dts ease, says the Florida Times-Union. Thus and individual work has be come one of strength and union. The .physicians of the female persuasion have already begun at their humane task, and the poor, infected children of the crowded quarters will be saved by it. The great phllanthrophy of this movement can scarce be weighed un til one realizes the want, the Igno rance and the disease that reign over the tenement districts of New York. The women especially will be taught to take hygienic care of their little ones as well as of themselves. What is the use of supplying pasteurized milk to the infants if ...

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. — 18 September 1909

it HARRIMAN DIES AT ARDEN HOME IN BATTLE WITH RAIL KINGS HI HE HAD ALWAYS WON OUT. JUST RETURNED FROM JIBHOJID tgan Business In Wall Street at a Clerk Flan Put Him In Rail road Butlnett and He Put Fish Out. New York City. Edwnrd H. Har rimnn, the railroad magnate, died Thursday at his palatial home at Ar den. He had recently returned from a trip abroad for his health. WENT TO WALL STREET A POOR MAN AND SOON BECAME A "WIZARD." Harrlman talked rarely of his early life. It was a time of privation and toll. He came of a family rich In traditions, health and Integrity, but wonderfully poor In the world's goods. Tho parish records of a llttlo church down at Hempstead. L. I., show that one E. H. Harrlman was torn February 23, 184S. The record may be seen at a church founded In 1702. It is a fashionable church now. In It Is to be seen a simple and beautiful chancel, which the Kuldo will tell you was put thero by Harrlman and his brother to mem orize their birthplace, for tho chld, who, as a...

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. — 18 September 1909

THE DIFFERENCE. There is a difference between the newspaper situation in Scott coun ty last year and this. Last Sep tember the "big uns" started in with hammer andtongues to smash the Kicker and subscriptions fell to 52 for the month. Already this has been exceeded during the first half of September, 1!)09. les, the wornuhas turned. The organ never has reached a circular ti-n of 500. and today its paid oir oiilntion is all but blank. During the first half of this mouth the Kicker has received more subscrip tions than during the entire month of September last year. Here they are: Korntelt. .1. H. Mirgaux, T. P. Sanders, lohu Schlegel. Kmil llil leman. .J. .S. Keeee, A..1. Thomp son. .1. W. .lacob. L. .1. Dtuiy. .lo. Kurser, l. K. Siblev. Wtii. Wall, Win. Kirkendull, li'obt. l.'u- bel. .. t . M-hUett THAT STOCK PEN. Judging fmni reports from Diehl- stadt, Max Ostner has maintained and is still maintaining a very of fensive, stock pen at Diehlstadt in the midst of the dwelling section....

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