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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 25 September 1909

ft m -m. tfTY if VOL. 8 BENTON, MO., SEPTEMBER as, i9oo. NO 46. DENY THIS, WILL YOU? -The workers have erected every building in the nation, haven't "they? They have built all of the big factories, mills , machine "hops, railroads, railway en gines, ships, elevators, ware houses, depots, telegraph and telephone lines, haven't they? The workers have cleared all the land and made It productive, haven't they? They cultivate the soil and raise crops, don't they? I guess that you will agree that the workers have (done, and ..still do, all these things, t 3fow, bump that old think box "alt and, see If you cannot set It In motion. . Jolt It hard for I know It Is rusty and avers to action. Bump It again t Is it going some? Yes? "Well, then, If the workers have done, and still do, all these things, why Is It that ownership Is not theirs? Why do they not own the things they 'build? "Because others furnish the money and pay the Workers for their labor," you say? But the workers produce the pap...

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. — 25 September 1909

I J, feu fa 'ft Mi WW mm, (. - SCOTT COUNTY KICKER PHIL. A. MAFN1W, Publisher. IUM CHIPTION, PM.H VAH. 1 CASH. fentered at the post office In Benton. MfTT rto. tv im m ncona-ciass man ms,ur. A CHANCI FOR THK HAQUt. The Hague International Court ot Arbitration ii fooling away Ita time with nothing to do, when a great lot ot disputes might satisfactorily occupy its attention. There Is the trouble be tween Bolivia and Peru, for Instance, which certainly admits of settlement by arbitration. Bolivia has no sea coast and Is anxious to reach the ocean. That country casts longing eyes on Peru's riparian boundary, and there are those who fear that she seeks a pretext to go to war with that country and seize a maritime province, or else exact one as an Indemnity. The attitude of Chile In this case Is 'watched with solicitude, for If the lat ,ter country should lend assistance to Bolivia Peru would probably have to submit. The only ground for dispute at present appears to be alleged dls satlsi...

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. — 25 September 1909

V 1 : I " tlX MONTHS. j Why W Af ttroiiftr, ll-iwi? Ki UK. MMP bbbbbW As matter of fact we hart ath. I t I WJ 111 F5 IH t. lira's . Mn. Bill Now, tell me at once where hare you been all this timet BUI Why, dear, it hain't been long. lira. Bill How dare you tell me that? You have been out all night The "llacleHand" tutlnets. Hra. Bart My husband got a -letter to-day saying something dreadful would happen If he didn't send the writer a turn of money. Mrs. Smart My husband gets dunned for his bills, too. The old Greek and Romans were great admirers of health and strength: their pictures and atal. a; j- made the muscles ot the men stand out like cords. As ft matter of fact we hart ath letes and strong men men fed on fine strength making food such as Quaker Oats that would win In any contest with the old Roman or Greek champions. It's ft matter ot food. The finest food for making strength of bone, muscle and aerre Is fine oatmeal Quake Oats Is the best because It la pure.ne husks or stem...

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. — 25 September 1909

SB" iky, If 11' I, SUBSCRIPTION PRICEs Twelvemonths, $1.00. Six months. .60c Three months, .35. THE SOUTHEAST. Pemiscot Argus: The Union gin is being prepared for the fall season A new seed honse is being built, also another unloader. This latter will take the cotton from the wagon and put it into a stall for ginning later, aud will do away with much of the watting which was so unsatisfactory last year or the unloading by hand. The build ings are being wkite washed, in- Bide and out. V. B. Kayhura, the tew manager, has not taken com plete charge yet but will soon. Joe Darnell, in behalf of this gin. bought the first load of cotton brought to town this season. LcslU Cox. who shot and killed Joe Scnli's at n moving pletnre show :it Maiden In July 190$. plead cullty to murder In the sec ond dcirrce and u-as given ten year A former trial resulted In FROM ILLMO. There Is more than one way to kick. A kick In the air Is a waste of energy tluf a kick at the loot of an evil Is what does the ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 2 October 1909

Ki'ST.TKnnWTnrull'W ' m JW-WVnSB -, ..., ... ..-. . -....- -..i j.r- ....J.- ...- . ! - ' : - r-T -7" k r 7 ' 1! : fliaB " i. I iUi 1bI SCOTT COUNTY HICKER. ' 'vv':jHHfl Hi , . i w ..( VOL. 8 BENTON, MO., OCTOBER 2, i9op. NO 47. 5 I OBSERVATIONS BY THE KICKER. Conditions in Mexico as Seen by Writers in Capitalist Pnblications.-The Taft-DIaz Love Feast. s I i At this tlmo the conditions in 'Mexico ore of particular Interest ti the people of the United States. Wo are in the habit or 'speaking of Mexico as our "uls ter republic " and many have bccu led to bollove that condl " tlons there are even better than here. When ' the capitalist planned the hand-shaking and Jonst of President Taft and Pres ident Diaz they, no doubt, were ignorant of the extent that the ' masse arc aware of the condi tions In Mexico. And now that ''Taft Is on the way. quite all tho newspapers that have any Inde pendence at all are protesting. ho St. Louis Mirror says At last this country has awak- liiiwl to the f...

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. — 2 October 1909

asasssssssawsssaMSMsssaMssMaMeJaiiaasMsaaansMsaaiaaiaaiaaw 4 4 K i if SB SCOTT COUNTY KICKER PHIL. A. HAPNKH, Publlshsr. su chiption, wrnn vbah, si caih, Eni,,7?1 MJ P office In Benton, Ma! Feb. it. 1W4. as itoond-claM mall raatur. ! A NIW SCHOOL NEEDED. Tk Wright brothers are quoted as saying that they will build en aero iplane (or 97,500 for anybody who jwaota one. Now that they hare dem onstrated ao thoroughly the fine quail ties ot their machine lta great speed and tta birdlike ability to rise and alnk while sweeping over hills and valleys, there must be a number ot adventur ous spirits who would like to own one. The automoblllsts, whose recreation Is Interfered with by bad roads and by other vehicles would like to try the smooth and vacant pathways ot the air, te fly as the bird flies, and float over the ponds or lakes Instead of having to travel around them. There is a practical difficulty as yet, says the Chleago Tribune. No one can buy with the machine the skill to operate i...

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. — 2 October 1909

ESS HE "1 (i v ) i 550,000,000 LOSS IN GULF STORM TWO HUNDRED ARC DIAD IN LOUISIANA ALONE AND THI TOTAL It ABOVK 800. IRUID SWELLS DEATH LIST Relief Partita Say Damage In Rameta Parishes Qraattr Than First Raportad Moat Vletlma Wara Drownad. Naw Orleana, La. With partial reporta In from the Inland parlihes of Loulitana, tha estimate of dead from the atortii which awept In from the Quit of Mexico la placed at over 200 In Louisiana alone. The total death list will undoubtedly be more than 800, It la declared here, and the property lota la Increasing until It is eatlmated by business men here at 950,000,000. The following revised list of dead In Louisiana has been Issued: Breaux Bridge Oscar Thlbeaux, wife and two children; drowned. Patterson Unidcntlged man; killed. lAfayctte Ell Domlngue, 8; killed by tree which crushed house. Prenler Henry Schlnesser, wife and son, 7; drowned. New Orleans Lloyd Holmes, John Arends. William Harrison and A. Bar tholemew, killed by live wires; Chas. Sc...

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. — 2 October 1909

SUBSCRIPTION PRICE Twelvemonths, 91.00 8ix months, .GO'.' Three mouths. .So. THE SOUTHEAST. Poplar Bluff Cltlien A wild watermelon patch was discov ered a few days ago near the mi , '"a- TV 'ft'. Sff farm of Mrs. Stubba In the flat woods of Cane Creek, ten miles from Poplar Bluff. Two of the melons were devoured by the dis coverers, who pronounced them excellent. , Carutheravllle Democrat A fire of unknown origin In Tort aireville. Mo., burned property valued at $30,000 Sunday night. Mott Store Co. was the heaviest loser, having lost its three-story business house, with a large etoek of general merchandise. Charles Haines livery stable, the Critic building. )rs. Mayfleld and Killlon's office and several dwel lings were" burned. Some crude "business men" en tered several buildings n't Green ville one night last week and se cured only S1..10 in enslf and a few small article. It hardly pays to piny the gamo in viola tion of the rules. Why risk life and waste time in petty thieving 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. — 9 October 1909

w 9 SCOTT COUNTY mCKER. VOL. 8 BENTON, MO., OCTOBER o, i9oo. NO 48. 1 I 1 I OBSERVATIONS BY THE KICKER. A Few Thoughts for Taxpayers.-How Officialdom Has become uur Rulers Instead of Servants. "Last week I called attention to "how the crap shooters and pctt.v "Offenders were brought to "Jus ' tlee" while the officials, who ' themselves violate the law, go unpunished. This Is posslblo be cause the crap-shqoters and petty offenders have not the enforcing of what passes for law. Had the crap shooters the power, they would not punish' themselves for ahootlng craps Just as the offl lals do not punish themselves for violating the law that says they SHALL secure the most advanta eous terms obtainable In the "letting of public printing. This Is not the only law they -violate, but Ifl Is the only one with which I am familiar, and of which I can speak knowingly. : Some may say that I harp on the violation of the printing law from personal motives but this Is not true. E talk about It be cause...

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. — 9 October 1909

2?' SB 1? wmmmm "5 J t , SCOTT COUNTY KICKER ssHBH NT If- A. HAPNW PeWtsttsc. Om wt Cle In JNnton. M, a. M sss m class mail mallei. i i (A 1' III. MP KSSL. OAR HORTAat EXPECTID. MallroM am are repeating their warning of last year to northwestern Jesters aad couumeri to place their rdere for coal aa early aa poasible la order to safeguard themselves against delay Incident to a conges tion of traffic, with Incidental abort eta In the car supply. They had reason for their warning of last year, despite the fact that business for montha previous had been dlscourag ingly light, but this year they hare what amounts to almost assurance of difficulty ahead In the fact that traf fic in all departments of the carrying business Is Increasing rapidly. There nre 260,000 idle cars in the United 8tates, Canada and Mexico at the pres ent time, but orders for rolling stock are compelling the utilisation of these cars so rapidly that managers are becoming nervous in regard to the coal trade. Indicatio...

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. — 9 October 1909

VJV, ' V?.t.jtM The Consul's Dilemma By Harold Ballagh tCopyrisht, "I ci tell you a better story than that" "do ahead." . "A couila of mine forty-second de gree, as they count In the south was rather deaf. Thle man I'll call htm Allttaon waa our Coniul-Qeneral in Yokohama. One hot morning two big Danes, American cltlieni, appeared at the consulate. A Japanese woman, clattering unmusically along on her clogs, walked between them. "'Do you take the Job to marry a manr asked one of the big fellows. '"Well, hardly,' said the Marshal, who met him. 'but I'U speak to the Consul.' "'What d'y' say?' asked Bill AIM- son, drawing his brows together and turning his good ear towards the Mar shal. 'Oh, exactly; they want to get married, do they? Well, get their names and show 'em Into the office. Now, boys, just stop your grinning.' "Jim Bates and I pulled as solemn faces as we could and stood up behind the Consul. "The wedding party, very shame faced, came rolling In. Evidently they were seafari...

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. — 9 October 1909

WW ma' m mm vv mm mm K.'JIiVJ,. we 6 fcv Etos HERE AND YONDER. While I was at Commerce Sat urday, all answer eh! roll-' ill ex cepting Uncle Bill Daughcrty urn) W. H. Huttott. Tom Pool was n little tardy, while Rentro, John and Sam Clymer, John Dally, Lige Oiler, Frank Anderson. Her man Wahl, L. A. Reynolds, Dr. Fraier, Ben McKlnley, Ed John won, A. L. Mills. Fred DeWInt and Cove Moore were right on the dot Bob Butler came to town some later and applied for mem bership. In the Sons of Rest, but ha was accused 'Of having been seen at work early In the spring and) was therefore Ineligible. It wai reported that Mr. Hutton had gone to Bertrand to build a barn for his son, Dr. Hutton. and a committee was appointed to In vestigate and prefer rtutrgts If found to be true. Deputy Day Marshal Black, or Chaffee, shot Night Marshal Kyle four times Wednesday, and his condition in serious. As reported here. Black demanded of Kyle keys to some public building. Kyle refused to surrender them unles...

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. — 16 October 1909

i SCOTT COUNTY VOL. 8 BENTON, MO., OCTOBER 16, i9o9. w KICKER. Nil An w - I I : 1 r 1 . - - ' " I ABOUT LAND MONOPOLY. Ex-Senator William Hunter of Benton own 60,000 to 70,000 iiuu bhq toia xne necora man the other flay that he waa Rotting tired of looking after J d had decided to aell off .JJT of nto holdlngs.-New Mad rid Record. 4 T one man should bo permit ted to own so much ground as ibat. The earth was not created , to be gobbled up and monopolized by a few shrewd men. Hunter's (10,000 acres would make 875 terms nt 160 acres each. Three hunarcd and seventy-five farm ' li each owning bis own farm, Vould be many times 879 times more benefit to the section where the land lies than Senator Hunter is. This rich man owns the land, and we suppose he acquired It by legitimate means; but there shud be some legal process instituted whereby he would be compelled to sell, for no more than It Is worth, his many acres, so It could be divided off Into farms. This monopollilng of land by a few...

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. — 16 October 1909

1&ivCBll,,"'l'"MM""'''IMW'w''"MMT" BWampSSZSg BALKSAT EXPENSES RbBB' MMM-OiAM HU SsattSSt fM CROPS AND COST Of LIVING. IP V Si A 4' 3 ii'it. It-'. tor 1 if ,5: Predictions of cheaper living, bated upon ample cropt, must be taken with come caution. We are not confronted y the problem of two-dollar wheat, which Mr. Patten probably did not ex pect when he was predicting It last spring. Hit prediction served his purpose admirably. Instead of ship ping wheat Into Chicago and breaking the May market the sort of thing that has broken nearly every predecessor of Mr. Patten's "bull" operations the farmers held on to their wheat and waited for that two-dollar quotation, says the Philadelphia Record. The harvest began less than a month after the May option closed, and we now have every assurance that the wheat crop will exceed 700.000,000 bushels, and may reach 735,000,000 bushels. Wheat is selling in Chicago for less than a dollar. Food ought to be, and probably will be, cheaper than it h...

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. — 16 October 1909

raw E ' B' w 4 I f9& HOMING PIQEONS NOT KNOWN General Piiblto Hat Vagus Man af v Thalr Appearance, Capa ktlltlaa and Natura. There seems to be to really little known by the general publlo about carrier pigeons, and ao many people hare auch vague Ideaa of their appear ance, capabllltlea and nature that pot ilbly a few worda from one .who haa bred, trained and flown these blrda and made their hablta a atudr, might be of at least passing Interest In the first place let me say that the carrier pigeon proper, which now goes by the general name of homing pigeon, or homer, Is entirely different from the English carrier, with Its big bunch of flesh around its beak, and large eye cere, and It must not be confused with It The English carrier, though a long necked, powerful, almost "clipper built" bird, Is simply a fancy show pigeon, and entirely incapable of either rapid or long-continued flight. The homer, on the other hand, Is quite an ordinary bird and by the casual observer might be e...

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. — 16 October 1909

HfinK AMU YUJNUKK. SB f''vCv scorr county kicker. Subscription, per year; 91.00. Six month, 60c. 8 moniu-t. 85c. i3 If, R7. ft St. sr.. S2r iftnJ IS McAllister in actiox. W. W. McAllister, the Socialist organiser, Is at work with his us ual vigor. He la himself a firm er and knows how to talk to farmers. When he gets In your neighborhood you should hear him. His dates are Bugg RKlge schoi) tnus?, Frl-. day, October 15, at 7:30 p. m.; Morley, Saturday nnd Sunday, 10 and 17, at 1:80 and 7:80 p. in. each day; Ward school house. Monday and Tuesday, 18 and 10. at 7:80 p. tn.; Hickory Grove school house Wednesday, October 20 at 7:30 p. m.; Blodsett Thursday, October 21, at 7 :30 p. in.; T'leasant Valley Bchool houeo. Friday anil Saturday, October U2 and 23, at 7:30 p. in.; Oak drove School House, .Sunday. October 24. at 1:30 and 7:30 p. tn. AIki Monday, the 25th, at 7:30 p. in.: Mlsfelt school house, Tueslay. October 26, at 7:30 p. :ii A queer ftory com?s rrjm Slkis ton. Hardy Williams sw...

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. — 23 October 1909

KICKER. v-aa 'f-W I r SCOTT COUNTY VOL. 8 1 THE CIVILIZED WORLD Protests Against the Murder of Dr. Ferrer, the Spanish Educator. BENTON, MO., OCTOBER 33, i9op. NO 50. r "Francisco Ferrer, one of the greatest educators of all Europe, was shot to death by order of the Spanish government! last week. Ferrer's crime was that he established schools throughout Spain to educate the masses and 'education Is fatal to the present order. Dr. Ferrer was accused of hav ing Incited the revolution that broke out la Barcelona recently. He was not allowed to offer any evidence In bit own defense, nor to testify In his own behalf. Ho had nothing to do with the revo lution, but for years the agencies of darkness have wanted him out of the way, and he was accused, condemned and shot. All Europe Is aflame over the outrage, as the following press dispatches In dleato: Barcelona, Spain, Oct. 16 Fer rer's grave, It Is said. Is guarded heavily by tho government, and friends are refused permission to go near ...

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. — 23 October 1909

. ; ; - ' s ' M ' r ' - -- SCOTT COUNTY KICKER 1 11 ipni A. HAFNBH. yuWIHw. ON, Ml) VAH, 1 CAOH, ie Pat afflot in Bentsn. M. WHIN SHOULD QlltLS MARRY? A grandmother has undertaken te luvir tho question In the headline IB a- magazine article. Hating had ex perience, the thinks she knows what he la talking about It is her opinion that no girl should marry before she s 15 years old. There never has been and never can be any fixed rule for the mating of human beings. Ages ago parents were the sole arbiters of the marital destinies of their daugh ters. They gave in wedlock when and where and to whom they pleAed, and the daughters had nothing to do with tho bargain.. The matter Is one in which there is pretty nearly indepen dence bf thought and action on the part of American girls. Parents may try as they will to shape their daugh ters' love affairs to conform to their awn ideas, but it is a rare case in which they succeed and even then success on the part of the parents is not a guarante...

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. — 23 October 1909

6139 WH1 II Mil I " II f A ! Ah. jiimimiiiimiiiimiL MISSOURI STATE DEWS Minininiimmmmr An Otark Exhibit at Chicago. The Osark region ! to be represent d by a creditable exhibit in tne Uni ted States Irdlgatlon exposition in Chicago from November 30 to Decern bar 6. The Real Estate Exchange of Springfield is sending circular letter! to land owners throughout South Mis souri with a view ot creating an In terest in the project. Agricultural and horticultural products are to be col lected, arranged and classified under direction of the exchange. The Rock Island-Frisco system will make an in teresting exhibit of products collected along the lines of the road in the southwest. Peonage Laws Violated? A writ of certiorari, directed to C, h. Johnson, Peter T. Mason and James K. P. Beeler, the county Judges ot Texas county, was issued in the appel late court at Springfield In answer to the petition of John II. Banks, the prosecuting attorney ot Texas county, relative to the hiring out of a co...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 23 October 1909

"V ... fTO SCOTT COUNTY KICKRR. 'Jfritabscrlptlon, per year, . 81.00. -jiSlx months, Out. 8 months, a.ic. P I The town wan pretty w to 1 ! istasflSKSBaBess if SCoTT COUNTY KICKER. I FROM NEW HAMBURG. I ,'ROM MORLEv I (I Winter is at Our Door crowded with teachers the latter part of las week, and many called at the Kicker office. I was agreeably surprised at the growth of Socialist sentiment among them. I was amused, however, at a lady teacher who asked, "If one Is to get only what he produces, how are teachers to toe paid?" She was under the Impression that only musuular la bor would bo regarded as work. My reply was, "Just as you get It now. The school system Is Social ized. You are now- working for the public and get your pay from the public." Mrs. Lena Morrow Lewis a So cialist lecturer of national repu tation, will bo In Missouri from November 10 to December 120. Scott county locals wishing her should notify state; Secretnrv Otto Pauls, LML South Fourth Street. St. Louis. Tho co...

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