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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 30 October 1909

- I I BBBBBBBBBBBBMBBBsnBsii SCOTT COUNTY tUCKEtt. VOL. 8 BENTON, MO., OCTOBER 30, i9op. NO si. ..( ABOUT HUMAN NATURE. the Bugaboo of the 'Can't Change Human Nature" Argument Thoroughly Exploded. --Every Vice a Virtue Abused. A Powerful Sermon. fiugeno Wood In Wllshlre's Ono of thd commonest objec tions to what Home people think Ih Socialism Is, "It Is against hu man nature." Did I wi.v, "What some people THINK Ih Socialism'.'" Strike out the word, "think." How will "Imagine" do? No they dont Have any Imagination. Try "sup pose. " Appnrciily. then, they Suppose" that what wo Socialists are nf ter is n sort or a hit-and-miss arrangement In which we will II draw nut of a common pile; we en 11 put Into that common pile or not, just as we happen to feel about It, but we'll all draw out of that common pile. If some body gap?H and stretches of a morning, and says. "Ho. hum! I don't feel munh like work to day somehow. I guess I'll go fishing," all tho rest of us will chirrup. "Oo ahead! W...

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. — 30 October 1909

US- 4 01 a? Ml IF I If.. t JiV IT- t- 1 c; P o a R a li a 1 SCOTT BOUNTY ttlCIER WIALTH IN WttTKRN LAND. Tbagreat crops of 1901 are making themselves felt In freight congestion mt some points, In upward revision of estimates of the money value of the year's farm products and in a quicken tug 'of the pulse of Industry and trade. That i they will brlr.g the country a year -of unusual prosperity Is doubted by nobody. Next year or the year after the crops may aot be so abun dant, but there Is never a total crop failure. Even In the drought of 1901, the short corn crop had its compensa tion In an Immense yield of wheat. Di versified farming and Improved culti vation lessen the probabilities of fail ure in any considerable percentage ot tho crops. The increasing yields and the growing average of prices are mak ink affluent the landowners and the thrifty farmers wUo n few venra am had cause to compl&.'n of poverty. The improving comforts o.' r-.ral life and the great financial Independ...

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. — 30 October 1909

. . . IS MOVABLE COOP FOR CHICKENS rortaoio noutt May Used for a variety er Purposes, Sueh at for Han with Chlektnt. Perfect eleanltneia can be aecured raoit effectually by moving the chick- All rrvnn t A f rn.h nlnmi aw ,... k . . I . - w. " aummtn UAnt of the turkey I ne coop anown in the accomnany Young Onta Should Not bo Negleetee Kn iHuatratlon may be used for a Tart- ana Allowed to Shift for Thanv aalvaa Too larly. While It la true that aa loon aa turkeya begin to "ahoot the red" they are comparatively sale from the trou blee of early life, It la not at all good policy to neglect them and allow them to take their own courie without care during the remainder of the season. Jt The way to make the most money irom turkeys, aaya a writer In Poul try, Is to secure the largest possible frames In the beginninc and then cover these big frames with as heavy a coat or flesh as possible to get on mem, Under ordinary conditions, turkeys will And a living In the fields without much attentio...

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. — 30 October 1909

jtimcrn. couktykickeh. rlption, per .vear,....l..$1.00: z. month, 60c. 8 months, 85c. WL-i McAllister busy. yiL.lt aeem as If thins are setting &Fm ! tnv V V. MnAllUtnr re. la CMffee Ho te Just 78 year old and get around like a kid. 'Mr Wm. Wilson, wlfo of the rural route carrier, died) Thurs day of last week of consumption. Subscribe for the Kli'ker. 'the Socialist organizer who I at work In the county. He wants the capitalists to trot out their retainer and spell-binders to meet him In dabatp. From Dlod gett he writes "I want to sny to the opponents of Socialism in Scott county to come to my meetings. 1 will bp glad to reason with you as broth er. Come out and defend your selves. 1 am here pouring out truths among your people and challenge you to combat them. Questions How can you afford to ank a Just God's aid In wringing bread from tin- nwent of your brother's face'.' now can you coniemi tnnx isei- n.nivoj.t. .1. M nMimmlt.it. it mic Nomeuuiii? lor nowims iu x , l!,,eker fj....

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. — 6 November 1909

I i SCOTT COUNTY mCRER VOL. 8 BENTON, MO., NOVEMBER 6, i9oo. NO 53. OBSERVATIONS BY THE KICKER. A Brief Sketch of Happenings in Court-Only the Lit- iic risn are caugnt.-Lop-Sided Justice. During the term of court Just tilosed it was surprising to see the number of young "criminals." They ranged In age from 10 to 30 years. Most of them were guilty of petty thefts and crap shoot ing. Being young and, generally i ignorant, these young men tried to play the game In a crude way not authorized by law. Take, for Instance, tho crap ehootcrs. These cases were) the remnant of the Indictments of the grand Jury of 18 months ago, yr. H. Stubblefield, Jr., foreman. That grand Jury was composed of our best people. The members were chiefly landlords, bankers and merchants. And It Is the du ty of these to keep the "rabble" out of mischief. Tho foreman is a breeder of fine horses, follows the fairs and races, and considers it .business to profit on a horse race. Another member of that grand Jury had ...

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. — 6 November 1909

mis i"h Ik W . If) v ft Pal I!' -6- A 4' f "a. t SCOn COUNTY KICKER MIL a. UM. v....... UMOWimON. PR YEAR, t CASH, ffMwjl atthe poit office In Benton. Mo.. " Ifc- INI. m oand-olua mail mattws CAUSES OF TYPHOID.. Autumnal typhoid still hat a way of appearing at customary leasona In well nigh every region of the country. The' health authorities in New York And It this year rather worse than usual. It appears In the dwellings of the well-to-do as freely as In the shacks of the poor. Sanitation does not prevent It, that Is, not what we generally call sanitation. It Is an In testlnal disease, conveyed by drink or food. The old theories of bad air, sewer gaS and damp houses have not now much standing. It is feared that some of the later theories do not explain nil the points about autumn typhoid. The housefly does not The condition of the water supply, as be 'ins different in summer and winter, does not A plausible explanation is that the profuse perspiration with which in summer the body...

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. — 6 November 1909

HORTICULTURE VALUE OF THE FBUIT TREES Trait Them to to Obtain , the Largest Number of luge Unit of Production. We have been aecuitomed to regard the fruit tree as the unit of production In the orchard. But the tree Is a com poitte and Intricate organism. It is more Just and tends to slmpllfr our conception of the proper methods of treating the orchard to consider the bud as the unit of production, says ! '' Tree Prepared for Top drafting. the Rural Home. The buds of a fruit tree are In a sense distinct life history. Its mission Is to grow for a time to produce other buds by division of Itself for the perpetuation of the tree, and finally to flower, to fruit, and then perish. From this point of view the fruit tree represents a crop of buds of dif ferent ages. Each season one of these crops finishes its course of flowering and fruiting, and another crop Is brougth Into existence to take the place in due time of the crop that has fulfilled Its mission. Now the fruit growers' problem 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. — 6 November 1909

s. m i mmsm r Mf&. SSSSSSSSSSl wmcrajtloft, per year....... .41.00. Six Months, flOe. noaths, S5c. 74 CIRCUIT COURT DOINGS. The greater par of Monday and a part of Tuesday was taken op with the case of Wo. Bluell its. John Little, et al. Mr. Little Is constable o Morley .township and also marshal of the town of Morley. The town enacted an nr. dlnance against the shooting of fireworks, and It seems that last Christmas a son of Mr Blzsell ueiioerateiy violated this: ordin ance, was arretted nnd Innlcod n Blzzell brought suit against the constable's bond for si.rino dnm. ages through Judge O'Bryan, his attorney. The Jury was selected Monday and the case begun, but Tuesday morning Judgo Riley dismissed the easo because the constable's bond Is only liable for the acts of the principal ns con stable. Looks like even n lawyer uiikiii io Know tnat COUNTY COURT DOINGS. County court mot Monday and up to Wednesday transacted the following wmness Pauper allowances Lawrence Brenkel and wife,...

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. — 13 November 1909

i j sr . II . ' ' . SCOTT COUNTY tliCKER. If a "saw BENTON, MO., NOVEMBER 13, i9oq. NO 1. OH, IT'S COMING. two staxes win now navo soci siallsts in their law-making bod iesWisconsin and Massachusetts For a long time Wisconsin was alone, but last week" the Social ists of the Haverhill district elec ted their representative to the state legislature by a mnjoi'lty of 20. It was a stralgt-out but tle between the classes, there "being but two candidates.. Social ist and Republican the Democ ratic side-show having took out. From all over tho country So cialist gains are reported where elections were held Inst week. At Brand Junction, Colo., a city the ize of Capo Girardeau, the Soci alists elected the mayor. In Cin cinnati, Ohio, (the Socialist can didate for mayor received ten thousand votes. At Anderson, Ind the Socialist candidate for mayor received 1,808 votes whllo his Democratic opponent got 2,158. Here the Republican side-show "took out." And here is what Is happening ss a result o...

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. — 13 November 1909

WFVJHlW.MPWI-rflTTM-CTWT VITA i 'SB 'J 1 i J i i' t b I ft In- Li re 3 urn IMS SCOn COUNTY KICKER PHIL. A HAFNBR, Puklleher. MmrfiiMTrafi vban. i cash. teres at at pest offtoe la Benton. Ko, k. It. MM. m esotiis elaas awU aattw. "DRY" f ITCHBRS IHT. Baseball wMI few arm attractive to snaay Imn at the national game when there) art bo nor "epltball" pitchers, a an Cleveland Plata Deal r. They make the iport alowar than tt wonM be otherwise, and thalr uncleaa and repultrra war of pitching eauaaa errors which would not bo made If the ball ware not ao allppery when It gata to the fielders. Be aldea, the mere name of the "spltball" la obnoxious to not a tew men and women who are eteady patrona ot the tnoit popular game in America. For tunately thero 1i Tcason to believe that the "aplttera" are loalng ground. They are not ao much In evidence ae they were laat year or the year before, and they do not count among the leading winners of the big leagues. Krause and Joss, Mullln and Coombs and ...

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. — 13 November 1909

'it I WATER TANK FOR WINTER Easily Constructed Concrete I Trough llmlnatlni Necessity of ajtoen Drinking let watsr, In the long cold monthi of (be farmer it often annoyed winter fry the outdoor water tank or trough f f eezing: . .... i TRAP DOOR FOR FEEDING rtSajM Oemea In Very Uaeful In Arranging Feed for the Little Pige aa Well ae the Lamb. Is f lading pigs with older hogs It la necessary to hare a aeparate feeding pen for the pin. The sketch shows how to keep the older hogs out and alio to prerent pigs from entering pen while the troughs are being filled. The hanging gate awlngs outward only. It Is held up while the pigs enter 'he feeding pen, and being light, they cm push It forward and go out at will. It may be uied to advantage In fat tening hogs that run with the stock Is nearly ice water, which ca beneficial to them. As per illustration this trodoie can be overcome with but alight by the construction of a tank with the heater molded tt Part of the same. The heater being mold...

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. — 13 November 1909

to i. ' Lit IE i 8. 1 ft AS pi ft as u r; I' ill ft 3 "I 1 coroooUHTYKiciaca. Bveecriptioa, pr rerr..,....tl.OO. Mx aoatbe, 60c. Months, 85c. LOOKS DIFFERENT NOW. About tblt time last year the "gang" bad me "going some." They had been victorious in the election and "felt their oats' . On alf sides were their rooters. urging the farmers to ''take our paper. The result was that the total subscriptions for Nov ember, 1008, were but 32. But 11 Is different now. Less than half the month Is gone and the subscriptions received al ready exceed the receipts for the entire month last year. It is the court house organ that is up In the nlr now. Were it not for the public printing graft It would not last as long as a June frost this printing Is taken In violation of law, In violation of official oaths, and in violation of common honesty. And even with this they are heels over head In debt, have no circulation, and can't get any. Hut thry ought not to blame me. The follows out between the corn r...

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. — 20 November 1909

I 7 ft 1 scott VOL. 9 BENTON, M0M NOVEMBER ao, i9oo. NO a. ABE WB CIVILIZED? Wc upend millions annually In sending smooth, well-fed mlsslon- - arles among the heathen to teach them our way of being good. Yet ri doubt If any heathen nation can equal our barbarity and most re volting crlmea. But, then, It sounds well to go rabrond and tell tho benighted - heathen about our "brotherly 1 love," nnd that wo are Christians " belonging to the most advanced sand enlightened nation ot the ago .And It brings trade. Monster crimes are so numerous that tho Kicker seldom mentions them. They cease to be news, ex cept when committed near home Xast week a saleslady, Miss Anna Telley. aged 24, was found mur dered one morning In a Cairo al ley. There was no clue. Bloodhounds were sent for and they came from Charleston, Ick- 3lffe and other neighboring towns ;and these trailed to the hut of a negro named Will James. Now, if heso hounds had landed at the v e of some respectable gentle .t their work wou...

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. — 20 November 1909

0 I- J. s5 1 ,IV, 31 "i 1 SCOTT COUNTY KICKER PHIL. A. HA VBScwrfioN, p ninM at 4kt PMt Ktv It. IMS. M aee HAFNBH. Publisher. pbh VAH, 1 CASH, etnct in Benton, mo.. Ml4-0lM tutl-mattM. WOMAN'S CRUELTY TO WOMAN; It ti often Mid that women are more cruel ta their Judgment ot women than are men. The aophomoree of Barnard college, New York, hare evi dently undertaken to ahow that the aex can he aa cruel In action aa In Judgment Only women will fully ap preciate the terrific cruelty of the edict of those girl lophomorea that the girl freshmen mut on no account adorn themselves with rats or puffs or braids during the present college term. Dut the man of average obser vation will get at least a hint of the tragedy ot the situation. While the sophomores are going about adorned In tho glory of mountainous false hair the freshmen wilt have to be content with those simple coiffures at once so becoming to the faces ot young girls and so out of style at present, says the Chicago Inter Ocean. Thi...

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. — 20 November 1909

a HORTICULTURE In Msx.ee Such Granaries Are Con Idertd Monti In U. 8. Would .Ustlsts. fttr-AND THIEF VPR06P BIN I BABY'S COMING MEANT MUCH I anothir important victory I m ' 'if ' I I mnm mum tvtt iivkimiiib I a. BMf Bam ' JjATlsBsrssBssI Japantae Rejoicing Ovar Ineldant COMPANY IN THK UNITED 3 Somewhat Hard for Amarlean ITATIS COURT. t$M ' Iff J I I HARVESTING 0F SOY BEANS Mart DlfJUjhan That af Cow Ptaa In Thalehint Common Whtat Thfcah May la Uaad. Hanreailnr jfiTnyaiit la In aomo ra aptcta riortillfeoiflttkjithat of cow poaa. Tfe letaare generally allowed to mature nutchfof their aeed, ao that they art hftvetted at a rather late tUga of growth. Soy beans thmld be harvested at an earlltr and more aucculent atage, In or der to Bart aa much of the foliage ai potaible. An additional reaaon la that at maturity the aeed ahattera badly. Various methoda in common uae for cow paaa have been tried at the Ten neaate atatlon, but with poor resulta, tipeciaUy In wet or cool weather. Trlala hav...

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. — 20 November 1909

v 4 1 EM' Pi f fc. I' ll 1:, i V SKA 800TT 00U5TT KICKE. BttbKAptioB,! per jrer,........$1.00. Six month. flOc. 8 months, 85c. COUNTY COURT. A apeulal tern of county court met Saturday to examine the sa loon petitions of Henry Burkhart and J. P. Llghtner for dramshops at Oran. The wets and drys of Oran went thru the usual perfor mance of coming here in droves, and spending their money hiring rigs and lawyers. They didn't get thru until Monday, when license was granted on both petitions. The wets went home happier, while the drys were poorer, but proDHDiy no wiser, it takes con siderable bumping to get some people to see thru a horse-collar even when held In front of them. Tohn P. Gosche was allowed SI 17.12 for road work ; W. A. Sul lencer, bridge lumber. $17,1)0; Sullcnpcr and Young, bridge lum ber. S7..-; bscnr Caldwell, rond work. $; Organ, printing, $22. State Snnlturlum, care of Thos. V. Ulnkle. $17.88. .lolm McWillmm appointed spe flal commllnner to convey, by quit claim, 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. — 27 November 1909

WSSHBMlSSelSOTESrsBSJraESse SCOTT 7 X VOL. 9. BENTON, MO., NOVEMBER 27, i9op. JL JL Ju Jtv NO 3. THAT MINE HORROR. .Latest Roports Oive the Numbor of Men Entombed as 552Many Being Rescued Alive After Seven Days.--Eat Mule Meat. . The people of the middle west, -especially those who work for n living, nro aroused over the use leys murder of 552 men In a coal mine at Cherry, 111. It seems that the tragedy was the result of- gross carelessness on the part of the mine orriclnls. There nro laws supposed to guard the safty of the men work ing in the mines, and there nre lilgh-salarlcd mine inspectors who nro supposed to see that such laws nre enforced, but these laws, like all other laws regulat- "ing tho conduct ot profit mon gers, are only in tho books, and any Inspector who attempted to force compliance would find the mine owners sufficiently power ful to cause their removal. Knowing this, tho Inspector Is content to draw his pay. No open lights are to be used in mines. But at Cherry 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. — 27 November 1909

k & P. : 1 lit V? fj L?1 r S if Sir- scorr county kicker ' Will K Htfntf. SHiHlsner. SJU CWIFTION. PtH VKAW. 1 CAH. ntsred at the pot office in Bsnton, Ma, fib. It, 1MI, as Meond-clAM bmU Mtur. MKTCHNIKOPrt MIRACLE. Two years mo Prof. Metchnlkoff. the director of tbo Pasteur Institute la Parts, promulgated his famous theory that a diet of sour milk would check the ravages ot old age. Since then he has made additional researches result ing, we are told, In additional discov eries of Inestimable value. In a word, the professor Is now satisfied that he has discovered the cause of death and the means or retarding It, thus solving the problem of longevity. While his specific Is still a secret. It Is known that he proceeds on the principle that death Is due to the formation ot putre factive bacteria in the large Intestine and that for this process a corrective Is within reach. The presumption Is that inoculation Is the method to be pursued. When man reaches his prime. Instead of beiug...

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. — 27 November 1909

WINTER TREATMENT OF EWES look Master Will Not Nogloot to Fur. nlsh Thorn Material Noorfod In Cold Waathar. It la wall to atudr the Uak that de volves on domeatle anlmala at dif ferent tlmea the bettar to understand the treatment they mutt hare. The ewe. for instance, muat Derform a double taak during the winter montha. in addition to supplying the needs of her own body, she muat grow a coat of wool and she muat develop a lamb most generally two. To do that ahe muat have feed that has strength In It, and that haa the elementa required in the work to be performed. For that purpose nicely cured blade fod der Is good, properly cured clover hay Is better, and unthreshed pea hay is possibly best; though sheep will not eat the coarse stems of pea hay. They MANURIAL VALUE OF FEEDS Lincoln Ewe. carefully search out the peas and also cat thu leaves, but the stems soon ac cumulate at the feeding; place. Sheep fed thus upon peas do not need any grain, but fed upon the other feeds we have named ...

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. — 27 November 1909

ft COTT OOUNTT KICKER. trtacrlptlon, per year ..$1.00. ilz Months, 0c. S months, S5c. SOCIALISTS TO CONG ESS. Topeks, Kan., Nov. 23.-"Next year will witness the election of the first Socialist of the United Btatea Congress," said Eugene V. Debs, Socialist leader, In hit lec ture at the Auditorium. To whom Mr. Debs refered he did not state, nor would he name any candidate after the lecture, but he stated that he expected the election of a United States con gressman from Wisconsin and from the third district of Kansas "The Socialists last year made a so endid iltrnt in inconsln and nearly succeeded in electing two congressmen in that state, we will continue the fight and we wlU make n greater effort to secure the el - Hon of a congress man from the third district of Kansas nc ye.ir. I c.an not at this tinip announce who the enn Oidate will be" The Deb lecture wa aU , i 1 "by ubout 3,000 people. MARRIAGE LICENSE. The followlnK marriage license were Issued during November W. c. Cotner a...

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