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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 4 December 1909

SCOTT COUNTY fllCRER. VOL. 9. BENTON, MO. DECEMBER 4. 09. NO. 4 Banks Removal Sale Never before have the people hnd an opportunity to get such high-grade merchandise at such ridiculously low prices. Now is the time to lay in a supply of mer chandise for future use. Notice was served through" Constable Bingo to vacate the building at once, and it is impossible tor us to move such a mammoth stock there be . ing no vacant place in Orau to store the goods. The only thing we can do is to offer this immense lot of goods to the public at a sacrifice sale. No matter what price they brine the big knife has been applied and prices cut J, J, . Goods must go! Wo imve been in business in Orau for the past 12 years and are now being forced out of the building by Metz Bros., the owners, and the building shall be vacated immediately after this sale. Sale Opens Saturday, Dec. 4, at 8:30 a.m And continues until Saturday, December 18, at 11:30 p. m. The unexpected often happens, and in this case we we...

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 December 1909

V .ron miuTv trmtn I II ill r nriirr. mini I nn PIMMC omiflllDIV III I n i niiniinun llllV OrT MWnnDT III C UIIIIC (111 PlCtl WW mi m ML I fft 1 If Hi'? Sf - ft. r'j'1-. i sap. i WIS..! in fA. K4 MM . Mi SCOTT COUNTY KICKER smil A- Hefner, SHiblllher. U CWPTION. Pin YKAW. $1 CASH, peat office In Benton, mo., IWWW'BliH HUH BMr fU CWPTIOW THE PLIGHT TO CANABA. Last year 60,000 persons possessed et 60,000,000 America coined dollar r the equivalent tressed over to the new land ot plenty, aad thla year the official figure will strew that 70,00 persons and $70,000,000 have followed. Ten years ago the numbers were toe light to excite comment. Ten years henoe the lota of desirable Americana doufbtless will outnumber the gala t foreigners, with a corresponding loss of dollars In proportion to which the gain through Immigration will be beg farly. While it Us not likely that the exodus of farmers will continue to In crease at its present ratio, that there will be a steady stream pouring over t...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 4 December 1909

t2a2.WKWm7K)WW ar I 1 1 OENEKOL'8 host asks no re- It li like conscience clear; A feast where all best sifts are stored And guests have all good cheer; And with glad song In harpy throng he hour prolong With loving frlenda wtiois pretence makes life dear." Henry Hamilton. Helpful Hints. When washing a sweater do nt wring It but squeeze all the water pos sible from It. Cold water Is best, and have the soap dissolved In the water; do not rub It on tho garment. When washed rinse In water of the jiame temperature and lay to dry in the bright sunshine on a sheet on the grass. Turn it until well dried. In this way the garment does not lose its shape. Remember that flavoring extracts are very volatile and should be add ed when possible to the mixture when cold. Make your own vanilla by getting a fine vanilla bean, cover with alcohol. This will oxtract the flavor and It will last a long time; more alcohol being added as It is used. Red peppers which are so fine for flavor in many dishes, ma...

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 December 1909

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER, Putwcrlptlon. per year $1.00. Blx month, 60c. 3 months, SBc. Cavana! Rnpp. 0. V. Hoi LOOKS SOME BETTER. In an effort to get three times s many subscribers as were re ceived during November, 1908, we fell only nine short. As previously stated, It wa during this month test year that "the party" was particularly active in getting the farmers to "take our paper," and the Kicker's subsrlptlons dropped to 82 for the month. Dut practlc ally all have returned, excepting those who have a direct pipe line connection with the countv treasury, and we got 80 for the month as follows 41 having been previously reported Sikeston Jim Inman, J. Ronrd-man. Blodgett-Elbert Huey, J. M. Tlsdell. John Beckmnn. Henrv Rainey, W. K. Rnglin., J. H. Rraii ley. Gus Cottrell. Fornfelt Dan Elfm-t. n Mnr. tin. E. F. Hunze.. Kelso Wm. Dumpy, .laeub zur. Morlpy Vic Rolllmr-r. norge villi's. Frank Hoop. 1 llallev, W II. Ilnlley. R. K. Emerson. ' 1 Roi-kvlew-IIlllury Tucker, R. , II. Relk. , Comme...

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 December 1909

SCOTT VOL. o. COUNTY iiiCilEM. BENTON, MO., DECEMBER 11, i9op. NO. 5 110W1 TO GET, THINGS. The way to get a thing la to go after It. In the United States wo have been harping on postal sav ings bank$ for years, and at the same time electing bankers and their attorneys or agents to of fice, expecting them to cut their own throats by handing us over their means of making a living. 'Over in Germany they tried our "?plon until they became convinced "that it wouldn't work. Then "llhcy began to elect working Vluss representatives to the law making bodies, and now they have the postal savings bank w.vstcm in operation the new H.VHtem going into effect last Jan uary. The report says "At present bank accounts nre kept only In a few large postof flees, each' of which meets the wants of an extensive territory. 'At the close of January the num ber of such accounts in the Ber lln posrtofflce was 3,285; at Lclp slg, 2,877; at Cologne, 2,872. Tho total number or accounts opened during the first mo...

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 December 1909

V. 'fix Mi, SCOTT COUNTY KICKER Pnll A Hsfnsr. Publisher. SUMCHIPTION, P1H VKAR, 11 CASH. Entered at tho post office In Benton. Mo., re. 14. IMi. M stoond-dui mall matter. TILL THt LAND OF PROMISE. That America la still looked upon aa a land of promise by the people of for etgn countries Is well Illustrated by the desertion of some 200 men from the British warships which visited New York for the Hudson-Pulton cel ebration. The Ulnted States Is still the lure of Europe, says Cleveland Plain Dealer. Tho Kldorado Is yet west of the Atlantic. The experience of the English fleet Is but a repetition of what has been met many times be fore by fleets visiting the American coast. There Is always the tempta tion for the visiting tar to come ashore and forget to return. Perhaps they have relatives In this country ready to shield them and give them a homo and a start in tho new world. Per haps they havo merely absorbed the current European opinion that the way to fortune and comfort lies throug...

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 December 1909

w ORKING along the lino ot securing the great est results In protec tion against fire, with a minimum of expendi ture, the forest service has decided to estnblish on the most advantageous points of the national forests In the west n series of lookout stations from which news of the breaking out of forest fires can be telephoned to for est officials. Since all of these stations will com mand a view of the country for miles around, the work of detecting and ex tinguishing fires In their lnclplency will, by this plan, be greatly expe dited, with the result that many thou sands of dollars worth of valuable timber will be saved annually. In most of the national forest states the climate la very dry, and the rain fall light. Conditions, therefore, are remarkably favorable for the spread of fire and extraordinary diligence Is necessary In patrollng dangerous areas. To administer the vast area Included In the national forests, ap proximately 195,000,000 acres, the government has about 1,400...

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 December 1909

.7 ' lit -I to EM? l r 13 ft: Mia i1 I" 'A- ir i 7- J, " . .. . it ' SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. SutNerlptloit p. i , nr $1.00. lz month, 00c. 3 month, 8"p. ANOTHER FARCB ENDED. H. Clay Florco, oil magnate, who was Indicted In Toxa for wearing a lie, walked out or the Texas court room a free man Tuesday Just aa the Kicker told you he would. The JUDGE In structed the Jury to bring In a verdict of not guilty, and Mr. Fierce saya tho outcome la only what he expected. So Mr. Tierce had tho same idea about it as the Kicker. According to a precw dispatch, this judge held that Mr. Pierce "could not be prosecuted upon the testimony which he bad been forced to give In the civil cases." That Mr. Pierce did swear falsely 1b not denied. There Is document ary evidence to prove it. Now, the first time some of you hay seeds are brought Into court and forced to testify, suddoso tou trr wearing a He and see If you "hp get out under the same pie iV HERB AND YONDER. In the neighboring comities the Democrats ...

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 December 1909

'ill 41 1 1 4$ 1& IS SCOTT COUNTY ftlCKEtt VOL. 9. BENTON, M0M DECEMBER 18, i9o9. I!rAN WABBLING AGAIN. When Mr. Bryan returned from his world tour two ycaim ago he declared himself In favor of the public ownership of railroads In a speech at' Madison Square Oordcn, New York. But when the "party leaders" refused to accept this new "ishoo," Mr. Brynn "backed gracefully down and said be was In favor of It If the ma jority of the party was In favor or it. 'Then Mr. Brynn was nuked to t'xprctfe himself on the liquor question. This he politely refused to do and got right squaro u wtraddle of the foneo by saying that "the liquor question was a moral and not a political issue." I'rehaps anything of a moral nature has no place In present, GETTING RESULTS, It wan the Hoclnllst press that unearthed and exposed the white slave traffic In this country, whlie the capitalist press w,. do ing all in Its power to shield it. It was the Chicago dally Socialist that traced the source of this traff...

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 December 1909

Pf : scott coiwrr jrcre? DICMIIQQCN IQ m w,m a Hfn.f, pUb.uh.r. nnull.UuuL 11 Id U CWIPTION. PKH Y1AH. II CASH. j aasaa. aa e a a. f r Entered at the post office In Ut-nton. iMo., fl rrr 11111 11111111 rt. 14. 1MI, aa MOond-dAM mall nialtcr. 1 1 k ! L II L 1 1 HKInr LOIIII PROM THB OIL WEEVIL. A . 1 1 II' iWW' if '3 ft ft . ft re ft The bulletin of the department of agriculture on the Mexican boll weevil aheds very little nsw light on the sub ject No remedy him been found (or that most voracious and destructive insect; and the department merely re Iterates Its recommendation with re gard to the burning of the cotton stalks and the work during the winter looking to keep down the pest points upon which the southern farmers have been well instructed of late, and which they are thoroughly carrying out. The only gratifying part of the bulletin Is the estimate that the amount of dam age caused by the weevil Is $25,000,000. This ts the figure given two and three years ago, when the weevil ...

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 December 1909

m I 1 thi DtmniNoi. "10 VliJJ "As there bai been a change In our fortunei, Maudle, make haste and find a husband. You, Jack, don't make a tool of yourself by marrying." TOOK THE OLD FELLOW BACK Actor's Joking Remark a Considerable Shook to the Dignity of the Old Gentleman. There Is a Thanksgiving story about Henry K. Olxey, the comedian, that his friends at the Lambs never tire of tell ing. Mr. Olxey, while visiting Philadel phia one autumn, attended a very aristocratic Thanksgiving ball In Rlt tenhouse square. While supper was being served, Mr. DIxey ranged himself behind the sup per table with the 12 or 15 waiters busy there. Soon a mild mannered old gentleman with white hair approached the actor, glass in hand. "Would you mind filling my glass with champagne, please," he said. Mr. DIxey started, drew himself up and said, with a look of horror: "Certainly not, sir; certainly not. You have already had more than is good for you." A Double Delight. "Congratulate me," said young Smith...

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 December 1909

aMSSSBSSSiSSSMMSWi . ! W1. Et-' t fe ITT COUNTY KlCtCKR. Hiibwerlptlon. tilr ,v tie $1.00. Six moaths, 00c. 3 months, 3."ta. ABOUT OUR ROADS. Among tho several f armors who visited the Kicker office this week thero was one thin on which all teemed to agree that the roads were horrible. And on Tuesday 1 received the follow ing: "Morley, Mo, Dec. 13, 1909. "Editor :Kicker.-There la a pond, lake or mud-hole In the Benton and Morley road, one mile north of Morley, that is Itnpassa ble at time a shame and din grace to farmers and a detri ment to the people and the bus In mm Internata nf Mn1n anH Benton. The county court nhould tk6 xne raauvr up ror the ben efit of tax-pnyers. L'h&rlra W. Mlllor At this particular time of the year, wn n tna farmers art lorced to bring in their contribu tions to defray the ep-,ns of government, they seem to pur-1 ticularly notice the rnnriltlon of the roads and wonder what they get in return for the tuxes they pay? If they could get as good a view of o...

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. — 25 December 1909

SCOTT VOL. i! a - ... t - " . , - I 55 H--S-S--- 5H SS-aS-SBMMi COUNTY mCKER. BENTON, MO., DECEMBER 35, 1909. NO. uriends, ana are MEBRD CHRISTMAS unnstmas cu Dut once a 7MT,, May Chrtstaui bring yoa happy sheer! ' Do iN knor-what It ia that make yrt -se happy oa Christ nae? I ' You will ao ioubt answer that It is because row gat presents aid candles aid good thUge to eat for olnneriBut tat us think -a moment. IsibistbsBEALrea- In? parents, jour area a mysterious creature Ilka Santa Claus, brot lyou present pa aome ordinary tlay. And supcbsa your mother cooked a fine tinner oa that day with turkey aal cranberry aauoe, would it be a' berry time for you iiko conatmoiar No. It woudnfc. For It Ira the preaeats aid the good things to eat whtcM Bake you happy, What la It. ea? Oan't you guess? Then I must tell you. You ara hippy on Christmas Because everyooay eiae ia nappy, At least all the folks you know; about. They all have presents, and good dinners, and th?y a'.l feel the thrill of er...

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 December 1909

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER pm A- Hefner, yuWWitf. if ft, ft 3i ft JtOWIPTION, PKW VAH. $1 CAH. Urd at the paat office In Benton. Mo., M, use, M iitoh'mmi man miliar. -AN OLD-PASHIONED WINTER." Those who believe that nature glrtt various warn ton ia th fall when th winter la going to be severe, an pre dieting a strenuous aeaaon for anow and lea and low temperature. They ay that the wild blrda which aUy In the north during the winter have un usually thick plumage. The ahella of nuta are reported to be heavier than they are when a mild winter la coming, and chestnut burn are alao of the "old-fashioned winter" kind, If these weather prophets are correct. Fur bearing animate are more warmly clad, according to the same wiseacres, than they are before "open" winters, and the bones of geese make the same prophecy. It is all very interesting, but men who make the atudy of the weather their life work and bring to bear upon it all of the learning and scientific resources of the age, utterly reject th...

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 December 1909

TO,? FV5 HULDAH'S REVOLUTION ly PHOEBE W1LLEY BENSEL (Copyright, by hort RtoriM Co., Ltd.) Huldah Alden stood In the doorway of the substantial, comfortable-looking farm house, watching her brother and hit family drive through the big gate and down the bright, aunllt road. Her heart waa filled with rebellion ai rbe drank In the fragrance of the outdoor life around her. She waa a gentle aoul and all her life had yielded her own will to aomeone else. Yeara before, when Huldah waa a young, fair-faced girl, a dream ot love had come to her, wherein ahe had aeea heraelf the mistress ot William Jew ett'a home and the mother of a flock of laughing, bright-eyed children. But her mother had frowned upon the youthful lovera, and after that Hul dah's life had been graver and dull er than ever. The yeara glided swift ly by, and Huldah Alden passed quick ly from her roay and white girlhood into a spiritless and dull old maiden hood. All the brightness and beauty had been crushed from her life by ...

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 December 1909

m W A V IK. f- at K2 . Eft HI rOTT CfUNTY KICKER. PubticiipiKiu. ptr ,viMi' 1.00. MX' Months, 60c 8 months, 35c. SI, to bo 'repairing' tho old one." E. F. Hume, of Edna, writes: "It Is tho truth. It Is a na- Hr that ought to bo In every rarally." Since the last Issue the follow ing have "come across." making total of 87 for the month sofar : Commnrcr Chas. Trlnkler, Ja cob Blattol, Sr., Henry Eirert, Wm Westerhold, Joseph Strack, J. P. Blattol, Alex Burger, Wm. Moneke Morley Joshua Hutton, P. A. Griggs. Wm. McClanahan. Randies Peter Bollinger. Oran Tony Williams, Geo. Hof fer, Joe Morrle, G. H. Flnley. New Hamburg B. Schuemer. Kelso Loo Diimey, Jacob Seyer Henry recti, Henry Miuering. Vanduser August Bohnhtrt. Edna Rwa Robert, Hugo San vos, Henry Blumenborg. Benton B. F. Edmonds. Bleda Louis Dohognc. Cl.Hffee Whitney Bell.-s i'tto Ileeb, Joe A. Legrond. L. L. Brown, Ittabena, Miss. HERB AND YtJNDKR. The Chaffee nubile school oDcn- ied la the new building Monday witn lour teacn'.rs. ...

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. — 8 January 1910

W n IKS if at I : a .5 KjB 41 COUNTY mCKER. VOL. 9. in is SPEECH BEFORE E l II Indtetimnt of Capitalism and Its Despotic Institutions. THE SENTENCE. Warren was aentencsd to pay a fin of 11,600, the eett of tha prosecution and to aarva alx mentha in tha Fart Scott jail. y CEORCE H. HOAr. No court In the hlsibry or jurispru dence ever presented n scene more re Slete with dramatic Interest than that "wltniMutAi. In llm rmlnnl i.iui IFort Scott, Kan., Thursday afternoon, yuly 24, when, In response to Judge (Pollock's Invitation to show cause why (sentence should not bo pronounced, IFred IX Warren, editor of the Ap peal to Reason, arose and began to speak. The Inst bit or uncontradicted evidence disclosing the bias and preju dice or the Jurors who convicted Wur ron hnd been introduced. The last ar gument In bcholsof justice for the de fendant had been made by his attor neys. Bone and West or the prosecu tion hnd declined to reply to Darrow sn-l Doyle. Judge Pollock had juit de livered hi...

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. — 8 January 1910

tW 3D .acoyr county kicker A Hefner, FuHlsher. Mtimow, paw viaw, i cah. s J 71 ... d .'V i f tr.V KtinMkt the post office In Benton wwm t,umt mm Mn.. id-elaea mall matter. DIBT ABROAD. ! The people of the United State mar view with placidity their finan cial debt to Europe, even though that obligation is estimated at present at the prodigious total of $400,000,000. There Is nothing novel or startling about this condition. It Is not abnor mal, says the Washington Herald. It is possible to view with complacency the estimate that an additional 100, 000,000 is carried out of this country very year by tourists and expended abroad. This is true, even in face of the fact that for months the trade bal ance has shown an increase of Im ports, both luxuries and necessities, which may be regarded as a symptom of Increased domestic trade. It must be observed that the gold production of the United States equals its cur rency demand. This Is true of no European country. Moreover, there Is a surplu...

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. — 8 January 1910

I.' "f rSTwp !srOi jDMBnoov STORIES TRAVEL IN CYCLES "5 j Cactus Pltaya of Mexico. YOU CAN get an Idea of Mex ico in ten days; you can get an infinitely more correct one in ten months. It you are an average man ot aver age means and leisure, I should advise a month or six weeks. To appreciate the cost, add to your railway fare about two to three dol lars per day at the minimum for each person's actual necessities, such as meals, rooms, hotel service and laun dry. In the capital the average will have to be a trifle more, as hotel rooms coat from one to five dollars per day, and meals at least 35 cents, but in smaller places frequently much less, so I believe two to three dollars to be a very ample average. If you were to locate here for a month or more you could rent a room for about $25 a month. Your secretary of treasury recently sent out a special leaflet for tourists, from which I take the following: "First. Keep your original receipt ed bills for all purchases of any im portance...

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. — 8 January 1910

mm mm mi mm THR f.4Nmxittm.it Attracted by the Kicker's ex VonM or tho landlord and ten nt system that la so prevalent la, Scott county, tho Jackson Cash-Rook observes: "The Cas-Book has contended for years that this holding of large areas of land by Individuals has done nnd Is doing more to re tard the development of South east Mksourl than anything else. Those lands should bo own"d by farmers. They ohould bo divided lin Into Km ll 1 1 trni'fa ami m!il tn men who wnnt to be farmers nnd own their own farm's. Th.-y tell us, when we speak of this matter, that those landlords want to s II their lands to farmers. Well, tho country Is alive with men of mod erate means who want to buy farms In Southeast Missouri and will buy them If they are placed on the market at fair prices. We believe the truth of the matter is tho landlords really wnnt to hang on to their land, and If they make a pretence of wanting to sell anv or it ware is something wong, something of over-selfbhiiess. some disposi...

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