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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 15 January 1910

SCOTT COUNTY mCKER. VOL. 9. BENTON, MO., JANUARY 15, i9oo. NO. 9 WITH THE BEANVILLE NATIVES. Phil. Hafner Explains to Them that this is Not a Gov ernment by t? Pepple, but by Big Business. The announcement that Phil Hafner would speak In tho Hen 11 vlllo district was well circulated. Farmer .Tones, who Is one of tho directors, opposed the uho of tho school house, but tho other- two directors held that Mr. Hafner had ns much right to sjieuk in tho school house ns the political preachers sent out by tho "par ty," and Karnicr Jones was over ruled. When tho speaker arrived nil wero glad to rdo him uud shook his hand. Pushing his way to the platform Mr. Hafner began: affair, In our municipalities, ami In our business. Bad men oeiti to be wonderfully numer ous In America, anl If It be true, as wo are' occasion illy assured, tlint tho product of ono hun dred and twenty-two years of our In-titutlons Is a race of men peculiarly and atrociously wick ed, reared nmld a shocking dearth of nil pu...

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. — 15 January 1910

' 9COTT COUNTY KICKER 3S, -I l4r I!! WMt A . Hefner. FuMlsnw. ttwwrrtoN. ran viah, si cash. tan at Um post office In Benton. M., if. , aa pHHyui dui mailer. FOOTBALL PERILS FOR UNFIT. Tale, Harvard, Princeton, Pennsyl vania, Michigan, Minnesota and lnstito tloot of Ilka rank are not represented In the teason'a llat of dead and the critically Injured at football. Of the big teams In the country that at West Potn lost Cadet Byrne, who died of hU hurts, and that at Annapolis saw Cadet Wilson disabled by fractured Tertebrae. Cadet Byrne received his fatal Injury when he returned to the game In a weakened condition after having been retired for a slighter hurt, says New York World. From the rolls of the football dead and of those critically hurt It can be seen that the majority of victims came from high school teams and from amateur elevens of Irregular training. We read of one death from lung trouble due to exposure on the field, of an-othe:- from overexertion and of a stu dent of Dicki...

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. — 15 January 1910

f J 'wis FIGHTTO LESSEN COST OF LUG WASHINQTONIAN8 ORQANI2C A LEAGUE TO MAKE WAR ON TRUST HIGH PRICES. PUN TO ENLIST 1, Will Begin With Boycott on Betf In Cltlts Alleged to Be "Unfair" Plan la Matured for Action. WOMAN WITH GUN STANDS OFF MOB "MOLLIE PITCHER" OF WISCON SIN ICE CAMP HEROINE OP BATTLE WITH LYNCHERS. HOLDS MEN UNTIL AID ARRIVES Reaeuere Break Through Struggling Llnea and Cut Down Man Victim Had Refuted to Drink With lee Cuttere. Waahtugton, D. C About 40 per sons, tome ot them members of Con greet and others wives of members, have formed here what Is Intended to be a national league of 1,000,000 house holders, whose aim shaft be to reduce the cost of living. Details of the plans of the organization will bu made known at a public meeting to be held toon, it la announced, but In thn mean time E. L. Scharf, 2 COS Messmore place, Northwest, has given the fol lowing outline of their Intentions: To enlist 1,000,000 heads of fami lies. To pledge them to use their purchas ing ...

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. — 15 January 1910

3 l5& 1.1? f. J. St'OTT COUNTY KICKER. Subscription, per year ...$1.00. Six months, 00c. 8 muntha, 33o. 8TILU THEY COME. Although the weather has boon very bad few people coming to town the native Just keep on subscribing for the Klckor. They use the malls, since January l the following subscriptions have been received: Benton John Dies, R. M. Tlr mcnsteln, Seth Rupp, James Rapp, S. O. Finloy, Mr Mary Oangle, Mrs. F. M. Hodgkiss Ryrd Turner, Mm Lou Miller. Jerrv Mlnter, Jas. Smith, W. A. Miller.' New Hamburg John B. Wll helm, Mnrtln Glastettcr, John Blattel, Martin Blsber, Prof. Sohulte. Mrs. Marion Westrlch. A. L. Hahn. Kelso J. .. Kern, Frank Le grnnd, Anton Glueck, John B. Enderle, Oro. Halter. Oran Anion Wentr!ih. tv r . tlnl hnlli. sin m i. . , . , " - - - itun la till WIVl'll ;Au , ' August Goshe. M il to you outsiders, I will explain rhncker, L. K. Cowcci'. iho preftrtntial system next Af, REFERENDUM ON. Ballots are now In the hands of Socialists for a national refer endu...

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. — 22 January 1910

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. ft 4?' Vol. 9. BENTON, MO., JANUARY 22, i9io. NO. 10 ' mi WITH THE BEANVILLE NATIVES. Phil. Hafner Explains to the Natives How the System Relieves them of the Wealth they Create. It was pretty sloppy and Mr. llnfner arrived a little late. The speaker pushed his way through the crowd, mounted the platform tind began : The thing I want to Impress upon you until It can't get away Is thnt the men who get along In this world of capitalism never lose sight of their economic Inter ests, either In church or at the ballot box. They may have their newspapers and retainers spout ing off about "morals" and "pa triotism," for your consumption, yet their morals and their patri otism are grounded In their bank accounts. Not long ago I was dlcussing this proposition with a friend of mine who Is a well-to-do bus iness man and an opponent of the n loons. We were discussing tli? wiloon and I said, "Wh?rp tho business Interests1 of a town be lieve tho saloon profitable to business,...

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. — 22 January 1910

aTrfMWi pr-. SCQ7T COUNTY KICKER PWI A Hefner, Publisher. . I Mil 1 V .f I PA til 5i. WCWmON, PBH YKARi t1 CAH. teied at tho post office In Uu-.ikm. Mn., It, lies, M seoona-ciaas man mucr. KANSAS, CORN AND lAtltS. Kansas haa aome reason to be proud f Ita record thta year in the produc tion of corn, wheat and oats, and es pecially of corn. The total of the three crops ia placed at more by $18,000,000 than In any previous year In Its his tory, and obviously that is a showing to be proud of. But singularly enough along with this proud showing the cen us bureau comes forward with the de pressing information that the baby crop in Kansas has fallen off in the aame year, says Manchester Union. There were 25,980 babies born In Kansas in the fiscal year 190T, and only 23,850 in the fiscal year 190S. Of course the first question that presents Itself is what the fiscal future of a year has to do with such a matter any way. Yet It Is obvious that one must atart from somewhere in such compu tati...

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. — 22 January 1910

On Iht lordcr of Monumental Park. X ft . 0 TRAVELERS who have visited the wonderful Monumental park region on the southwest ern border of Colorado and In Utah this season, are enthusiastic in their praise of this mysterious and comparatively unknown land that will In all probability come under the pro tection of the United States govern ment very soon. There Is a law which enables the government to secure control of ruins and natural formations that are of public interest Under this law the government is now protecting the pet rified forest of Arizona, the cave dwell tags of New Mexico, the cliff dwellings of Colorado, and many other points of Interest in the southwest, and the natural park region of Utah, though it embraces aa immense territory, will come under the same sort of protec tion, and no doubt will be visited by thousands of tourists when its won ders become more fully known. ' This region, which Includes the most reninrkable natural rock forma tions In the world, is in 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. — 22 January 1910

my .if ' fir . IS sr. SCOTT COUNT KICKER. fjubacrlptlom per year $1.00. Ms neaths. 60c. 8 months, 8!. SOUTHEAST MISSOURI. Tbo Arcadia Valley, Iron coun ty, farmers have organlted a society of their own Independent of all others and named It the Arcadia Valley Agricultural So ciety. The Enterprise says, "It was mutually agreed that any member talking politics during nny meeting should ho fined for the first offense and dropped for second." That's the Idea. Don't lot the farmer discuss politics. He might loam something. It Is to In ugh. The farmers and wage slaves know, If they know any thing, that their troubles arc political. Yet they always allow the agents' of corporations to put the gag on them at the only gatherings where a discussion might reveal their real trouble. John 9. Hill, of the Marble Hill rress, la 80 years old ami hn been in the printing busln 70 years. Mr. Hill was 011 thu Com merce Dispatch some 35 years ago. Down at Sikeston the men who were working on the now ban...

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. — 29 January 1910

r.t P?1 VOL. 9. . COUNTY DICKER. 1 SCOTT BENTON, MO., JANUARY 29, i9io. NO. II WITH THE BEANVILLE NATIVES. Phil. Haf ner Answers Questions.-How Grand Juries are m m s m - deleted, and wny baloon-Keepers are Indicted. The evening was pleasant but chilly. Everybody was discuss ing the Bcanvllte sppechps and the neighbors had so tensed Farm r Jones, tolling him that he wan nfrnid of his road Job, that ho could no longer Htny nwny. The capacity of tho school house was over-taxed, find farmer Jones tool near the door as Mr. Hnf ner entered. Quito n number of ladies had gathered and Daneon Drown suggested that they sing 41 familiar hymn, nftcr which ho -said he would pray. This move lirought the speaker to the stand quickly nnd 'ho objected thusly "You will please dispense with the program Deacon Drown has outlined. I am quite mire ho Is sincere, but this meeting does not need the protection of the law nor would hymns nnd prayers give it that protection. What we are forced to regard as la...

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. — 29 January 1910

rati 1W SCOTT COUNTY KICKER UINVTH m,W - PHW A- Hefner . PuHUhar, iflnlll I U KJI Battr! at the pott office In Benton, Mo. P ff!k 14, UN. HHMiOlHI Mil SUtUr. f ' . - V BBBBBBBBKf P I- bbbT& bLKF bbKT bbBev LESSONS IN FORESTRY. Thj world Is tat learning the vatua et lit forests and Is taking steps to protect or reclaim them. Wanton waste during centuries of Ignorance bat brought many once fertile regions to the verge of a desolation like that of the Sahara, but repentanco and re forestation have In every instance been followed by Immediate rewards. Take the caso of tho Karst, a stretch of barren limestone land along the Austrian shores of the Adriatic. The navies of Venice were built of timber from the Karst, and most of eastern Italy drew Its supplies of wood from the same supposedly inexhaustible tnnrco. The result was depletion the Karst was turned Into a seemingly Ir redeemable waste. At last Austrian foresters turned their attention to the 600,000 barren acres; taxes were re...

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. — 29 January 1910

--I, jiyjR1'1' 1 ij !i 1 1 i1" i. in i , 'i , in mi .jj jmjji''1 ! ''iji111!, 1 ', y mihi ''.v. jTiiiiM! Iiklmi Vlllag. IN a Urge meaiure as the result of the work of a Kansas City man and his wife, steps are soon to be taken for the relief of the Labrador Eskimos, a race that for more than ISO years has been kept In the direct levels, though phys ically and mentally equipped for ad vancement and prosperity. Held back by exploitation, with Its consequent poverty, disease and ab sence of hope, this people has come to be a little Congo of the North, with : mission for a Leopold. Dr. William A. Nixon, a Kansas City physician, who has recently returned from spending a year In Labrador among these Eskimos, brings the story of this race, struggling almost for ex Istence, in a land that Nature forgot A year ago last June Dr. Nixon was called from his place In the Kansas City General hospital by the Moravian mission and the Newfoundland gov ernment to act as a medical m!sslon ary among the ...

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. — 29 January 1910

Is i V A. 11 r SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Subscription, per year, $1.00. fx 'noaths, 60c. 3 tiMtntka, ario. GIVES 4,000 ACRES OF LAND. St. Louis, Mo., Jan. 22. George M. Jackson, of Plggott, Ark., has announced that he would give 4,000 acres of rich bottom lands near Plggott, valued by Him at $100 an aero, to tho unemployed of the United states. The an nouncement was mndu at ft meet Ing of the Brotherhood Welfare association, of which James Ends How. Is presUlcut. The offer ras taken under ad visement by tin brotherhood of ficials and probably will b? ac cepted. The plan suggested by Jackson Is that 401) unmuploved men will bo given tea acres-each. Jackson, who Is 73 years old and eccentric, Is working for the redistribution of all public lands along Socialistic linos ami said today ho Intended to sp"k -rifts of additional Innil from til i al- tny men or tne country for :i.-pos HERB AND YONDER. Why boycott meat? Why not quit eating? Meat Is no higher In proportion than quite alt oth er ne...

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. — 5 February 1910

SB SCOTT COUNTY liiCttER VOL. 9. BENTON, MO., FEBRUARY 5, i9io. NO. 12 WITH THE BEANV1LLE NATIVES. Mr. Hafner Tells How Natural Resources are Gobbled Up, and about the Convict Lease System in Missouri. The weather was pleasant and -Mr. Hafner waded through the -huge crowd and began : "We are told by the wIho ones "that the people cannot operate tho Industries collectively thnt every body would want the soft Jobs; thnt everybody would want to bo boss, and thnt thero would "be contention and graft under a r2o-operntlve system Just the :snme as now. If co-operation wont work why do capitalist ipractlco It? There Is no compe tition today, to speak of, except ing among the workers for a Job. You have a dozen or more 'banks In your county. Oo among them and see If they don't co-op-crate; see If one will "accommo date" you at a less cost than an other? Their rules of business are exactly the Home Just ns If .all were tinder one head, central brink Is meant a great fi nancial institution th...

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. — 5 February 1910

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER PtiH A- Hefner. Publiehsr. tUCRIPTION, pgR V1AW. II CAH. Rntered at the pott oRlce In Benton. Mn,, Frt. 14. INt, u Moond-clas malt nutter. USES OF A COLLIDE. Whatever critics mar say to the con trary, It never was and probably never will be the purpose of the standard college to train young men for busi ness, says Boston Olobe. Colleges do not even train men for the protec tions. There are professional schools tor that purpose, and In the days when no such schools existed medicine was taught In the offices of physicians and taw In the offices of lawyers, just as business was and still Is taught In places of business. Colleges were not Instituted to make physicians nor to make lawyers. Neither were they In stituted to train men for business. Schools for special training have mul tiplied rapidly the world over. Even business schools are not lacking, al though tho business school which shall be In fact a post-graduate one to a reg ular academic course has not yet ar...

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. — 5 February 1910

' 1 'B.r.wivjnfi' 1.$ CABINET A: THE rltar farthest flowlnt. In the MghMt Mitt hare births As the banyan, broadsit trowtnf, Oftenett bows Iti htad to earths Aa the nebleit mind preaa onward, Channel! far of good to trace: So the largest hearta bend downward, Circling all the human race. Flih Peed. Fish In one form or another It el most universally recognised as one 9f the Important food materials that enters into the diet of most Ameri can families. The mode of capture affects the market value. Pish caught by the gills and allowed to die in the water by slow degrees, at Is the case where gill nets are used, undergo decomposi tion very readily, and are inferior as food. Flih are often landed alive and al lowed to die slowly. This custom Is not only inhuman, but lessens the val ue of the fish. It has been found that fish that are killed Immediately after catching, remain firm and bear ship ment better than those allowed to dlo slowly. Fish, because of their abundance, cheapness and wh...

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. — 5 February 1910

t 1W ft lit f ,w 7 Wx month. 00c. 3 tmuithn. ar,e pr w'ltcs! "l am Z1 i'i to HS.ln st' Lou, Iast Wo:: ,n a'8 t- !-vo how you can tell bottor than 80th y:ar. He was born In Lux- . t whctl ny tUuo to th Klckt,r ( n,brgr( Germany, in 1830 and times uo CUAXaE. expires, it win dc wneu you quit came to America In 1852. His It Is wonderful liow tho rndl-1 fighting for the causa you are i first Btop was at Chicago from cal Ideas nrc taking hold of thai now flphtlnpr f'ir. The rnt qtfs-' there hp went to th' Michigan pcoplp. A few years ago Herr tion Ik getting to bo all the talk. ' for-st nnd engngod In cut Una MoBt, tho anarchist, was billed You emit meet a man and talk logs. Returning to Chlcmru ho to lecture In St. Louts, and when with lilm fivo tulntit a without mgaged in teaming, and fr.an ho- arrived tho police es-, the rent qtrstlon and conditions there wctt to wunnni'n in cortcd him out of town. Emma i generally being the subj et of 1857 he came here and sett'. d on Go'dnii r. recei...

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. — 12 February 1910

SCOTT NTY VOL. 9. BENTON, MO., FEBRUARY 12, i9io. NO. I3 WITH THE BEAfNViLLE iNATIVES. Mr. Hafner Reads Speech Delivered by Fred. U. Adams Which Opens the Eyes of the Natives. Hnvlng learned thnt Mr. Haf .ncr wan to read nn address sug gested by Uuclc Ben Curd of Mor lcy, the natives gathered nt the school houso as never before. A bunch of the younger oncB hnd crawled Into the loft to listen Ihru the scuttle hole. Without ado tho speaker proceeded: "Tho trouble with us today Is the same as In all apes. Tho few oaunot govern the many except by keeping the many in Ignor ance of the fundamental factH. History Ih always written to milt the purpose of those who rule whether It bo political or relig ious history. Any other sort would be suppressed. The his torian of today will record as the great benefactors of man the men who are stealing everything were no railroads. There were but Imperfect means of communi cation. It wan a three month's journey from one end of tho coun try to another....

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. — 12 February 1910

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER Will A- Hafnw. Publisher. 1 s r 1 ill I MB ' t)&?i: EM- fan. SUMCW1PTI0N, P1W VKAH. II CASH, Bmtred at the poit oftlco In Bunion. Mn., 14, UN, as second-class maU matter. STEAMSHIP TIPPING. At a ihlp nears land after a trip torou the Atlantic Inexperienced trav elers are always In a ferment In re lard to tho proper tips to give their various stewards. Of course, one may five what one chooses, and, no matter ow small, the amount will never be questioned by tho recipient, though his looks may mean much. 1 may say, howovor, that It Is customary to give the tablo steward about three dollars. Tour bedroom steward should receive act less than two dollars, the steward that polishes your boots of a morning one dollar, and your bath steward two dollars. In the very large boats tn which there are lifts thai run be tween the E and A decks, saving you the climb of five flights of stairs, should your cabin happen on E deck, it is now customary to give a "pourbolre" to tho...

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. — 12 February 1910

tV ppHIIBHBHHHMHIH IHDr Chilli I ALAMO PLAZA P THE defenders of the Alamo had known that the holy fathers who constructed the old adobe fort had alio dug a secret tunnel several miles long they might have saved their lives and the celebrated mnssacro would have no place in history. Such a tunnel ex ists, but, strange to say, It has never been explored. The mysterious excavation leads in two directions from beneath the ancient Alamo building. It is known that one branch of the tunnel runs south to the old Conception mission, and that another branch of the an tiquated stone blockhouse which stands In what is now San Pedro park. It is about two miles from this block house to the Alamo. The early historic accounts of the string of ancient missions which are situated along the San Antonio river make no reference to the system of tunnels, which was evidently con structed about the time the buildings were erected. It is evident that the existence of these tunnels was not known to the early...

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. — 12 February 1910

?.' m V 14 4 ill I - 1.1. ... t ih uui "" was beat in iu i:...i.,mi thas re- m quires a vote of tnflmwM. ?IU. r nnsnnr Roth. 8?oj . -? 1 uTT C()l..Vl'Y KMHCPR. Bur flutlon r ,vnr $1.00. BIS months, 00V. 3 months, 35o. THE CHANGING ORDER. I have Just road an iutorvloiv bya New Orleans veporter witlt Olgle Npthcroslc, tho actress. WllO has bCDU SO VloiOtlUl.V lledlf.;,wl In ml I or HSWE AND YONDEP The dwelling on the F. J. Wll- klns place, botweon Charleston nml Wyntt, was burned Inst week It wns occupied by J. M. Shi v ley. Tho 11-ycar-old son was In n room sick and the mother wan tn tin: yard washing when who dls ct. d tho house on fire. She the room whoiv anil "In por -PC)'! about by Ilcr olti.v, nouturti a- "unmoral llcloii3" :il! because sh trays a picture tri- to Hfe Ulti .a EltllllP. plctiiiil by tn!1 pivs-, ami pu'pit as a b mb-thrower, an ,,dvo eate of fre. love, etc., lectured In at. i.ouiH iani wcei:. II 'r ' T- ' Klc';'r -irul writes what tho St. Louis Stir h-i.vsI ...iMmi...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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