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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 19 February 1910

SCOTT VOL. 9. CO ONI BENTON, MO., FEBRUARY 19, i9io. NO. 14 n The QUALITY Store Company IhftSfASOl At Oran will begin its j& ureat demiAnnuai Clearance aie rr Saturday February 19 And Continue until March 5, inclusive. This is the greatest opportunity to get value for your dollar you have had during life. If yon were not present, you no doubt heard of the only Clearance .Sale we have had prior to this one. It was held in July, 1909, and we' sent away two thousand satisfied customers. Many hearts aehed because they did not have the ready cah'to satisfy their antu-i patd wants. Just think of it! $35,000.00 Worth of Good Merchandise to Select From! This is not a false sale to got rid of a lot of second-hand or shelf-worn goods, for our store is practically new, therefore our goods are new. Long ago we promised our customer.- t would not handle second-hand goods for, in our judgment, when a customer purchases second-hand goods and especially ready-to-wear apparel he is not sure that...

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. — 19 February 1910

-A. .1? It' m 51 s .4 LJf 1.K7 eh SCOIT COUNTY KICKER Phil A rUfntr, PublUhtr. MM CWIPTION, PBR YEAR. $1 CASH. Entered at tho post office In Bonlon. Mr, ftfe. It, last, m seoond-class mall matter. MORk SPUNK NEEDED. W need here In the United States little more of that good old English bluntness on the part of modest men and women who know their own worth, when men and women of the arrogant sort get In theway or try to be pat ronising, says 9Ln York Independent Our observation is that nowhere In the wor!a are men and women of ex ceptional Intellectual attainments so licking In self-assertion as they are In the United States. This phenomenon Is a comparatively new one In Amor loan lite. Wherever one opens the documents of American history before the civil war he Is sure to discover In terestlng Incidents proving the sense of dignity and real self-respect of the American farmer, mechanic, merchant, teacher, physician or clergyman. It was something In man himself that In those days was ...

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. — 19 February 1910

9 f "A COOPER'S SALES ARE ENORMOUS Hit PREPARATIONS LIADINO. TOPIC IN OMAHA CALLERS AT YOUNQ MAN'S HEADQUAR TERS INTERVIEWED. Omaha, Neb., Feb. 9. The most Intonating feature of the enormous aate of the Cooper preparations, now tolas on In this city, la what the rned lclnea are actually accomplishing among the people of Omaha. At the commencement of his visit Mere Mr. Cooper prophesied that dur ing the later part of his stay he would receive hundreds of callers dally who came simply to thank him for what the preparations had done. He also atated thai stomach trouble Is the foundation for a great many diseases and that his New Discovery, as it is called, would prove very effective in all cases of rheumatism simply by getting the stomach in working order. That this prophecy has been fulfilled cannot be doubted after a half-hour spent at the young man's headquar ters listening to what his callers have to say. A reporter, who watched to ascer tain, If possible, some light on the reasons...

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. — 19 February 1910

BCwl'i'' ''if1 . ft fr Bis months. 00c. R ar ..St. 00. 3 mouths. 35c. D PINCIIOT C S Frotn i Cilcngo Dally ''p.nlnllst. Gf o d Plnehot's offl 1 ! It "m1 has rtuo."xl In "t 'ctly th--nam" v ty that thorn-mils of mlro ) pviim tit of hi 's h v beoti d rnpltiitd, and for th same iH)n. Ho tlnrmi to oxer- cl-e th "Igltt of tr o sp ch while Ho ill g !Xo t"'tim fortm t' '.n b'l';- man ' Job w ir.iv -fore t thnt ' pre it com"! mil came Tit heel "it vost't: ilthy tvhom po Itles w s but n ' gratifying his hobby of tcton. it gr ill y'ng tbv ho run fvi! o' th' Ctrl ' paw t tuo opol.v, 'y supposed to br a Stand e I'irrn. So li's lead this v:ts dove tn th vry ur of a corgr s- l 'ti 'l Mi ll thnt of firs - i rtlnl promise of not b.ng a 'iltc- vvash '- n lU'tr:'i m ti- s i y to Snn'.di'g. emplmlze the "rawos n th'i R'rxlgrtt dca " There vvl'I u.' :i gr'it "t up over P'uchot. Th r liou'd be. Ill1' riTic i! c . V . v v i any public offl"hl Mntdiros t rrmnl t a mut ri.tt-t g t out. Hut that n r wi : ii...

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. — 26 February 1910

)UNTY VOL. 9. BENTON, MO., FEBRUARY 26, i9io. WTH THE BEANVILLE NATIVES. IAr. Hafner Shows that Workers have About the Same "Rights" Here as in Mexico or Russia. Tho cvcnlug woe chilly, but tho natives had built up a good fire ."in the school house and thn crowd -was very largo. After a general hand-shaking nnd warming a lit tle, Mr. Hafnor began: "Things arc happening to fast that it almost ecm one's mm among tho prisoners an frightful in tho extreme. Ono young re porter for tho Evening Chronicle tho twin sister of tho Morning Liar tlto Spokesman Review, stated ovnr his own Blgnaturo, "If men had murdered my own mother. 1 could not sec them tor- whlr'.lng. Rtrlkce, lockout?, ills-! tured as I .saw tho I. W. W. iinn content, hikngcr and starvation on every Bide. It won not my In tention to read to you any more but. I want you to know what Is happening In Spokane, Washing tonand Spokane Is in the Unlt- .cd States. You have heard of tho condl- tlons In Russia; you have heard of the co...

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. — 26 February 1910

t fm m m SCOTT COUNTY KICKER Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION. PER VEAH. tl CA"i !H. VlllVlUl A file )URt OltlCU III IVll I.I. ,lln., VU 14,'1M2, M seoond-clnsi mall mailer. ADVERTISING! IN MOROCCO. According to a consular report from Tangier, the form of business public ity most familiar In most other parts of the world prove quite Ineffective among the Moors. The astonishing disclosure Is mado that not only Is the ultimate consumer in Morocco often unable to read in his own Arabic, but a picture signifies nothing to him. "It may be almost Inconceivable that such Is the case," writes Consul Holt, "but It Is a physical fact that the eye of the average Moor fails to And any mean lng whatever lu a picture." He relates how he has repeatedly shown to Moors photographs of themselves which they have tailed to recognize; "and this Is true to an even greater extent as re gards pictures of Inanimate objects." with special reference to things for sale, says Providence Journal. How to coax to buy goods...

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. — 26 February 1910

1 V - r V" . A Corner in Ancestors r FRANCIS COWLES Woodbridge Family (Copyright by Hectare Syndicate) Woodbridge la tho name of a town In England, and probably was originally applied to the town because of the ex Istence there of a bridge built of wood, or a bridge built In or near a wood. The Woodbrldges In this country came originally from England, where they lived in Wiltshire. Rev. John Woodbridge was born there In 1613. His father, like him self, was a non-conformist minister, and was also named John; and there are traditions of a member of a stilt earlier generation who was a Rer. John. His mother was Sara, a daughter of Rev. Robert Parker, a learned English non-conformist minis (or. John was sent to Oxford, and was there when the oath of conformity to the Church of England was required of the students. He was unwilling to subscribe to this oath, and left Oxford to pursue his studies in a more se cluded place. In 1C34 hts mother's brother, Rev. Thomas Barker, came to ttila 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. — 26 February 1910

y SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Subscription, per year, 91.00. Hz, qioitha, Me. 3 months. 85c . u at - - SHERMAN LAW STANDS. There la one place where the Sherman anti-trust law stands like the Rock of Ages. It la when applied to a trades union. In 1002 the employes of Locwe & Co., hat manufacturers, Dnnbury, Conn., struck for higher wages and, uh usual, instituted a boy cott on Locwe'u hat. Loewe brought suit titular the Sherman law to dissolve the "trust" and recover damages from the Hatter's union. The judge held that individual mem bers who had property were li able for the damngrs and Instruct rd the Jury to bring in a verdict for Lop wo amounting to some $200,000. The $20,000,000 fine against Standard Oil vanished in to thin air, but In this case It will be different. The Dally Socialist pays : "The horrible crime of hleli they were guilty was trying to secure better fcvl for working men better home and clothing for their wives, better schooling for their children. They had dared to...

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 March 1910

WITH THE BEANVILLE NATIVES. In Mis Speech to the Natives Mr. Hafner Tells about the Federal Courts-the "Bulwark of Our Liberties.' I f Mr. Hnfner began AVhile for fifty yearn capitalism Jifls been carefully prejudicing the rmlnds of the people against 80 clallam, It was Just as carefully ' weaving a halo about Itft courts. The musses were taught that So cialism contained all that was bail, while their Judges were a fort of sanctified bunch with su pernatural attachments. Twenty years ago it waB con sidered treasonable to question the decision of a court Few, If any, newspapers or .cltlzcnB at tempted It. Court Judges were held up to us as the model of pur ity and Integrity. To criticise a Judge or his decisions was consid ered the height of disrespect. 'Today no one has any respect for either. Citizens of all classes re gard the courts ns about the most disreputable institutions we have. For two months the Appeal to Reason hns been pouring hot shot into the federal Judiciary. It has...

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 March 1910

1 SCOTT COUNTY KICKER Phil A Hafner. Publimtr. iuBsenimoN. per year, ti cAi-t. Kmuil a, tne post office in IJ'ii.ni M i., Feb. M.1M2, as atoond-ctai uiuil matur. NOT CONCLUSIVE KVIDENCK. The latest Instance of errors In polling by c class qualifying (or ad mittance to a leading western univer sity Is widely Interpreted by the press as an evidence of Insufficient training In that Important element by aca demies and high schools. We think a little study of the showing may greatly diminish the force or the this opinion. Tho university In question Is of a size that makes 150 a moderate estimate of those seeking to qualify In tho fresh man class. To such a class n list of 100 words was submitted as n test of spelling The list of errors shows 12 words mlfpelled 30 times, or an aver age of 2V& times to each word, says Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegraph. Hut If there were 130 students spelling 100 words this would Indicate a percent age of error to all tho words spelled by all of the student...

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 March 1910

Fought to Retain Formula Which Hat Made a Fortune L. T. Cooper, the man who bellevec that 90 per cent, of all 111 health of this generation Is caused by stomach trouble, is fast winning a national faith In his theory. Ills claim la now ad. mltted by a surprising number of peo ple throughout the country, and he Is gaining new adherents every day. While speaking of his success In a recent Interview, Mr. Cooper said: "I believed ten years ago that any one who could produce a formula that would thoroughly regulate tho stom ach would have a fortune. When I got hold of this formula I knew within six months that I wns right, and that my fortune was made. I called the med icine Cooper's Now Discovery, al though I did not get up tho formula. I have owned It, however, for over Ave years. I have had ono lawsuit over It, which I won in tho courts. When It was settled The Cooper Medicine Company became tho only firm in tho world that can prepare the medicine. The preparation has sold like wildfi...

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 March 1910

bibbbbbbbbbbwsi!bbbi1bbb F ' ' V dl I. i 1 A" I 1 11 V r I few ml m 1 ;1.". SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. abeorlptloo. per year,. $1.00. Mx oaths, Oc. a months, 8fic. SOCIALISTS GETTING BUSY. While I feel just a little bit like ctiitin', yet it is encouraging to know that the Socialist of the coun ty are waking up. The reason I fell like cussin' is because the diff erent groups have got all "balled up" and have sent the result to rae for publication. Morley local sends in notice that it held a meeting last week and or dered a delegated meeting from all over the county to meet at Morley. Saturday, March 2C, to decide whether a speaker and organizer should be employed from now until November each local to send rep resentatives with credential. The matter was submitted to county Secretary Jacob an ) he writes me that he is opposed to the plan. County Chairmum Adams sends in a notice asking that all locals be represented at the regular quarter' ly meeting at Morley. Saturday, March 5 to elect 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. — 12 March 1910

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VOL. BENTON, MO., MARCH 12 i9io. NO. 17 WITH THE BEANVILLE NATIVES. Mr. Haf ncr began : Now, let us examine our system of Industry and see where we are at? We boast of our freedom and our liberties, but I say we' hate neither and propose to prove It. Even Rockefeller, the richest of men, Is a slave. The nearest we have to a freeman In this coun tryami perhaps the happiest 1s the able-bodied tramp who hns nothing and don't want anything. He it Is who can stroll over this great universe and sing 'I have no wife to bother my life No lover to prove untrue Lot this wide world wag as It will I '11 paddle my own canoe!" The tramp, like the criminal, Is the natural product of our sys tem, and he very nuturailv ad apts himself to It. He mi; Imvo been a banker, a merchant, a landlord, or whatnot. The sys tem Is no respector of persons. It Is not infrequent that we read of former Napoleons of Finance dy ing penniless nnd neglected. It may go a little hard with them while 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. — 12 March 1910

fir I'i i' fci. JE, wm v. it;: SCQ7T COUNTY KICKER Phil A Hafner. Publisher. UMCWIPTION. PSR VBAB. SI CASH Entered r he pout oftleo In nMiin. .".K, Feb. 14, 1P02, as aeoondctai malt n'.jili r WHAT IS HAZINOT A btll has been framed la the senate comtr.ltte on military affairs prescrib ing regulations that shall govern the dismissal of West Point cadets for the practice of "hazing," and defining in explicit language what Is meant by the term Itself. It seems that the diction ary definitions have not proved satis factory cither to the senate commit tee or to tho executive heads of the war department, and In lieu of a satis factory translation of the comprehen sive term It becomes necessary for tho law givers to frame one for them- i selves. It is in many cases easier to 1 offer nn example than a synonym, says I Philadelphia Ledger. Anyone knows i "hazing" when he sees It, and every thoughtfu: person deplores the brutat disregard of another's feelings that is invoked In the reprehensibl...

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 March 1910

A STRIKING PORTRAIT. "Tlila Is a portrait of Hlx, the deaf mute." "A very striking picture. He looks as If he were just going to speak." What It Meant. "Robbie," nsked the school mistress, "what does history menn when It says that In the country's pioneer days some of the settlers didn't have a roof over their henda?" "It means that In them days the womnn couldn't afford any merry wid ow hats!" W-Mxif III 1 1 1 1 1 1 MISSOURI STATE NEWS Constipation ! Vanishes Forever ! Proapt Relief-Perauieii Cars CARTER'S LITTLE UVER PILLS Mm. ltd. Finely vens able act surdy but gently ea uw uvcr. Slop ortaj diaaer cure imlLfl rjtaon inprorc tlx complexion brighua maeye. SatUPiU.SaUlDcu.SaiUTrUe GENUINE muit bear signature : ..mmmmmVPsNvvsltr ammmmuplBmivi a .nnmunmUSr l"mT 9 mm I Can Prevent Tuberculosis. Dr. D. P. Luckey, secretary of the Mate board of veterinary examiners, who attended a meeting of the board at Chllllcothe, said that everybody who knows nnythlng nt all about the ordinary rules ...

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 March 1910

SCOTT COUNTY KICKS. Subscription, per year,... .....$1.00. (Ms months, 00c. 8 months, 8Sc. COUNTY COURT DOINGS. County court met Monday and approved the annual settlement of Collector Chriwnon. Allowances Erricaon Engine Co, repairs, $18; Joe Linton, haul Ing gravel, $3.75; Court House Organ, printing, $26 ; F. Welsmuel ler, merchandise for pauper, $5; W. L. Legrnnd, repairs on court house flue. $8.50 Buxton ' Skin ner, stationery, $12; J. E. Fai r, merchandise for court house. $9.80; State Sanitarium, care of T. F. HinKie, $20. ; w. H. nugg. Joe Myers and Matt Thomas, Judges, $10 each. County treasurer ordered to advertise bonds of ditch district 4 for sale on first Monday In May Several from Commerce were here Tuesday and successfully op posed the saloon petition of I. A. Johnson. Mr. Johnson i!' lot have a majority of th tiu. v. Following county board r health appointed: Dr. Hartel. Ancell; Dr. Hoy Krazer. Com merce; Dr. Haw, Denton: Dr. Wescoat, Oran; Dr. Ogllvie. HIol KCtt; Dr....

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. — 19 March 1910

'l"J TBj I VOL. 9. SCOTT COUNTY tUCKEK. BENTON, MO. i MARCH 19, i9io. NO. 18 'OTG BE. N V JTiLF SPFECH SOMEWHAT CARELESS. Owing to an unuuial amount uf It La evident that tho groat cnp- space taken by advertiser thin italists who have urrogated to week, the "Beanvlllc speech" is themselves the Job of keeping us uronun out. xw is ine spring airaisnt on reunion ami tne home. opening season with -..tin. and next wek tho Kicker will con tain the usual amount of reading. SOCIALIST DOINGS. "The best bit of news cornea from Commerce. Local Coin tnerco already exceeds twenty r member.-and among them Miss Jlortlo Dougherty. A comrudn writes: "Wc now have all tin' Daugherty family except Uncle Dllly, and I think It would be an lienor to our local If ho would s:oln us." Wo not know whether there are .other femalo members In Scott 'county or not but there ought -to be. They would be a power in the movement. Get your wives and daughters to Join your locals . and then watch It grow. Rev. C. M. 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. — 19 March 1910

SCOTT COUNTY KICKEU Phil A Hafntr. Publisher. lUMCRIPTION. PER YEAR. 11 CASH. Intcred ft" tiie flout ollliip In Hi'ii'im. Mo.. ftb. 14, 1W3, m teoond-clauj mall maiur. THK ENGLISH SPARROW. If the Kng!lsh sparrow were not such a hardy little raieal, so well able to take care of himself and thrive and multiply, how our pity would go out toward him! Especially might we now allow our generous feelings to flow, when the department of agriculture has just Issued a farmer's bulletin In which It has nothing really good to say about this dweller everywhere and offers various means for getting rid of him. Hut the English sparrow needs no pity, spyo Rochester Democrat and Chronicle. He will live by grace or without It. and we may expect that, notwithstanding the bulletins, we shall continue always to have him with us, hardy, prolific, bold, cunning, self-reliant and unwashed. The bul letinand It Is sadly In accord with popular experience represents this active neighbor of human kind as a dyed-...

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. — 19 March 1910

T&4 A Case of Pique By LAWRENCE ALFRED CLAY (.Copyright, 19ua by Assocluted Literary Presi.) There Is a popular belief that a good-looking girl Is a vain and con ceited girl, and that she Is always posing to be admired. This may be the case In one Instance out of 60. The other 49 good-looking girls are not a bit vain nor conceited. They don't want to be admired, but are some times a bit piqued If not looked at as much as a homely girt. This was the case with Miss Molly Cranshaw, who, on a certain sum mer date, was paying a visit to her mother's sister In the country. Some 19-year-old girls, with her hair, face and figure, would have posed before the mirror half the time, whereas she just went right along with supreme Indifference. That Is, she thought she did. and she was praised for It. She went to the country knowing that she would get freckles and sunburn, and that there were no manicurists or hair dressers, and some of her friends called her a little heroine. Out for the fac...

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. — 19 March 1910

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Subscription, per year $1.00. Six noath. 60e. 3 months, 35c. HERE AND YONDKU. In adjoining counties candidates (on county off loo have own an nouncing ror montliM. Hut "the party" here seems to have "cold feet." It seems that they are not belnuj "urged by their friends'' tu any alarming extent. It now mtiiih that the old gung will have, little: or no opposition In the pri maries ntiil, with the possible ex ception of a county Judge or two. the Democratic voter will be giv en the same old done that they have swallowed so long and pa tiently and paid for so dearly. Don't you think thnt he newt Im peaehment himself?" Well. 1 don't know about that. Mr. t.loyd I Just like the average congressman draws hl pay and sends out garden seed. Hi' is the only kind the people want in congress. They wouldn't vote for any other kind. At any rate, they haven't been doliiK It. However. Mr. Lloyd Is very frank In his admission that ho does not know what to do. A man drawing $7,500 ...

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