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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 26 March 1910

fVfWfi ft-' SCOTT DICKER. VOL. 9. BENTON, MO., MARCH 26, i9i. NO. 19 WITH THE BEANVILLE NATIVES. Altho the farmers .had begun their spring work, they gathered In large numbers at the school house to hear what the speaker -would say. Mr. Hafner began : There Is a strike on tn Philadel phia that threatens to spread not only over the entire state of I'enn ' sylvanln. but thruout the nation. 'Tho strike was forced on the workmen by the Philadelphia '- street railway company violat ing Its agreement with Us employ es and the attempt of the com pany to disrupt their union. Sympathetic strikes followed un til now there Is a general strike In Philadelphia which threaten " to spread. Everybody who has kept up "with conditions knows that Phil adelphia and Pennsylvania are the most corrupt politically of nil the corrupt Bpots lu America. Tho corporations own the state and municipal governments, it Ik needless here to detail the gluut frauds that have been ex posed there. It Is enough to say tl...

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 March 1910

rut m m w ' MS as SCOTT COUNTY KICKER WtH A. Hafnf, FrtllUhT. , U CHimON, FKH Y1AW, II CASH. titerad at th poit office In Be nton. Ma, b. ! UQt, as Moond-class mall matter. ACK TO THI FARM. Klae hundred million dollars' worth Is Agricultural products were export 4 from the United State laat year, kecordlng to the bureau of itattitlei In the department of commerce and labor. Secretary Wilson aaya that the total was 8,776,00O,00O, so that a lit. tie more than 10 per cent of our farm; products were sold abroad and the tome consumers had to be content with the remaining nine-tenths. This la a healthy condition, but doubtless helps to explain the high price of pro, visions In this country. Secretary Wilson thinks the high prices are due to the tact that there are too few farmers and too many distributers, too many young men rushing to the city, Instead of staying home and tilling tho soil. It we are to supply Europe as well as America with food stuffs We must Increase tho number of farm ...

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 March 1910

I I ft t,v HER PHYSICIAN APPROVES Taking Lydia E. Pinkham'i Vegetable Compound Babattas. Maine "Ton tnlil tnn ta take Lydia E. Piakham's Vegetable icompouna ana XjiTer ruis ueioia child-birth, ana we are all surprised to see bow much good it did. My physi cian said ' Without doubt it was the Compound that helped you.' I thank you for your kindness In adrhlns me and irlve you full roermission to use my name In your testimonials." Mrs. E. W. MiTciiEtr. Box 8, Sabattus, Me. Anotner woman tieipcci. Oraniteville, Vfc "I was passing throughthe Change of Life andsuflcred from nervousness and other annoying symptoms. Lydia . Finkbam's ego tableCompound restoredmy health and strength, and proved worth mountains of sold to me. For the sake of other suffering women I am willing you should publish my letter." Mrs. JpSAeies Babclay, R.F.D., Granite. Tille, Vt. women who are passing through this critical period or who are suffer ing from any of those distressing ill3 peculiar to their sex should ...

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 March 1910

- 4i 1 EE' SSL JR. is ' H r. 8; 1 .ft i t. i m KSfi ft 1 I Da I- BT to. A. Q. M1LL8R HERTS. 1 A. Q. Miller, formerly of Dexter, who hM been a' Socialist agita tor' for many years, has located in Benton to practice law niul learn the newspaper business. Me practiced law In Stoddard county until about seven years ago, when he quit because he did not Uke It. No Socialist can. Mr. Miller then engaged liii school teaching and taught at Crowder during the past winter. Two inonthH ago he wan here and 1 suggested that we had quite a number of Socialists in the county who sometimes need a lawyer, and urged him to locate here and return to practice. Hut he would not listen. Then 1 asked how the news paper business would suit him. That struck a responsive cord as It will In any Socialist They want to be beam. so. on the condition' that 1 teach him journalism he has agreed to re turn to law and be with us. Conn In and get acquainted with a So cialist lawyer. EDNA SOCIALISTS HUSY. Local Edna has...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 2 April 1910

m 1 ' ' I . H ..WIK WITH THE BEANVILLE NATIVES. Phil. Htfier Proves by Scott County Records that Pnerty, Crime, Iasuity art Di vorce iicreise wm tne vrowtt ail Deveiopaeit of upitalisB. 4 4 'Mr. Hafner beean- It la not pleasant to continually hold up before you the Iniquities of an evil system, but when the (facts will permit of nothing else, 'what Is one who wishes to enllgh- ten the people to do? There Is unl ' versal unrest among the masses. " Pick up nny dally paper and you 1 gee accounts of striken, lockouts, mob violence and official tyrany. ' The workers have got an over- dose of "prosperity" and the full 'dinner pall and are "trying to un load some of It. A great strike Is 'now on In Philadelphia the town where the law-makers concluded -their session by baptizing one an other In beer and having luncheon "brought to their desks In the 'State House at midnight, where they entertained "lady friends." 'That Is the town where, today, worklngmen are being harassed, clubbed and sho...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 2 April 1910

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER mt A- Hsfwar, PuMtshtr. fVf. IE BSCRlPTION, PBH VKAW. 11 CASH tinl at tte post oSBc In Bnton. Mo., is, aw MMt'OiM mmu Hinri A MAIL BOX AT THE DOOR. One of the suggestions ot the post matter general for economising in hit department is that the people put up little boxes or other receptacles at their front doors, so that the postman will not hare to stand and wait until somebody answers the bell. A great deal of time is wasted by the postman having to wait It is in the Interest ot an efficient and economic service to provide these little conveniences. And then they are not only conven iences for the postman; they are also for the people of the house. "There is the mail man," says the housekeep er, with her hands in the dishwater or mixing the dough for the family bread "run, Johnny, to the door," and Johnny is down in the back yard trying to lasso a black cat, but by this time the mall man, thinking no one is at home, goes off with the ex pected letter from Mary, ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 2 April 1910

r was w ncuire liunts Iff UK I ' " wtUUINU HINU AS A SYMBOL KIDNEYS, FREE If MLItVlt URINARY AND KIDNIV TROURLtS, B AC K AC H U, tTRAININO, SWILLING, ETC. Stops Rain In tha Bladder, Kldneya and laok. Wouldn't it ba nlea within a weak at so to begin to ! toodbye forever it the scaldta, dribbling, straining, or tea frequent passage of urine; tha fore ftad nd the bsck-of-the-head tehee; the stitches and palna in tha back; the growing muscle weakness; spots ba fore the ores; yellow skin; sluggish bowels; swollen eyelids or ankles; leg cramps; unnatural abort breath; sleep lessness and the despondency? I have a recipe for these troubles that you can depend on, and It yea want to make a quick recovery, you ought to write and get a copy of It Many a doctor would charge you I3.B0 lust for writing this prescription, but I have It and will be glad to aead It to you entirely free. Just drop me a Hne like this: Dr. A. E. Robinson, K-266 L-ick Building, Detroit, MlelZ and I will eend it by retur...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 2 April 1910

tf". 5!k Ik ft ft .0" I sr.- . DEATH OP FATHER KLEIN. Ret. F. Klein, who for more than a quarter of a century has guided the destinies of the Cath olic pariah at Kelso, died In St. Louis on the 21st Inst. ,n ml hit rc tnalna were brought to Kelso where they lay In state until last Tuesday, when burial took place The high esteem in which he was held by his parishoners was attested by the fact that nearly one hundred vehicles met the body at the Kelso station. Father Klein was born Decemb er 12. liC;i : began Ills studies for the priesthood at Alton. III., fol lowed by a course In pliyslolog, and theology at St. Frascls sem inary. Milwaukee, ami was or dained June 2'J. 1S7!. He wns given charge of Charleston am!,MalTI1 lvi . . other Southeast Missouri missions i FROM testimony at the Inquest Indicate that Clark knife was in his poek et and dropped out when he was lifted to a cot. Clark died Sun day night in great agony, lie was the support of a widowed mother and a brother. Dean Is ab...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 9 April 1910

4 SCOTT COUNTY KICKER VOL. 9. WITH THE BEANV1LLE NATIVES. Mr. Hofner reached tin- school house n Httlc Into and proceeding to the platform spoke as follows: It 1b a very stupid man who does not know tlint wealth, ami not the people, rules this country that we cnll our. What n Mi lt is to cnll It "our" country when but one person in four own any part of it, and one hundred own nearly nil of It. Next fall our local patriots will be around with their brass bands to tell you about what a lot of rascals the Republicans arc. They will try to make you believe .that all the owners of unearned wealth nrc Republicans, and that Republican policies are responsi ble for the combines and corpor ations that oppress the people. They will tell you they are op posed to trusts and combines, nncl thnt they are with the dear, oppressed people. Oh, the gall 1 I have brought here tonight a list of the stock holders of Scott county corporations, as near as I could get them. The daddy or them all the Scott ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 9 April 1910

I.-t 3 r If Hi I 1 " -a if ssHvC' sLKffi'' iff- mi' 3V SCOTT COUNTY KICKER WH A- Hafnsr, Shibllthf JMCMPTION, Pin VKAR. 1 CASH, Rtered at the pott office In Benton. Mo., PROPHET WITHOUT HONOR. la this ags of skepticism, when na ' fives of the state of Missouri seem to be surprisingly numerous. and the prin ciple of "seeing Is believing" has been carried to extremes, the professional prophets who Issue almanacs of prog nostication have enjoyed a peculiar immunity. Every year the credulous and superstitious hasten to buy their publications and to marvel at the wide range of predictions which they comprise. White the circulation of these almanacs Is more extensive In Great Britain than In this country, It Is not gratifying to our national pride to learn that 100,000 copies are pre pared annually for American consump tion. But even at this late day some of the dupes are "getting wise" and beginning to check up the prophets, comparing promise with performance, says Pittsburg Gazette-Time...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 9 April 1910

f ...... v A Corner in Ancestors r ELEANOR 1XXMGT0N Carhart Family (dbpyrtgkt by KeClan Syadtesu) The name of 'Carhart ii of Sasoa and Danish origin. Tho first syllable it from one of the two Anglo-Saxon words "carr," a rock, or "caer," a town. The last syllable it either from the Anglo-Saxon heorte, which later becomes herta, and then heart, or from the Anglo-Saxon heort, Danish hert, and English hart, meaning a stag. The name was first Carhurta, or Carharta, and la first mentioned In 1420 In the records of the College of Heralds In England. Again, In 1665, there la an official record of the family: every 80 years In those days a herald was sent throughout the length and breadth of the land to see It every family bearing arms had the right to do so. Mis report says: "The Carharta family have the right to bear arms." The name finally came to he spelled Carehart, and then Car hart, or Carhartt, as It Is still some times found. In France there Is a Ca liart family, which traces Its or...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 9 April 1910

bbbbbbbbbbibw SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Subscription, per year, 81.00. tlx months, 60c. 8 months, ar.c. I. A , it r ft? 3$ A STRONG APPKAL. L. C Pope, Socialist Candida to for Supreme Judge in 1008, wrote aa laterettlag letter for the Rip Saw. Among other things he point out what all well Informed person knows, that the Demo cratic party died with slavery and that the Republican party h the representative of the Big Rich. Concluding, Mr. Pope makes this stirring appeal to the masses: "The Democratic party Is In the past. Its hopes and aspira tions have to do with the past Let the dead past be; you can't go back, progress means forward. "The Republican party stands for the enslavement of the peo ple and for the aggrandizement ol the rich. And now, my dear readers, what Is your ptsitlon; what can you hope to train by lining up with the dead past, or. to link your destiny with a party which will ultimately lead this Republic to its utter destruction, as all Republics have gone in the past? ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 16 April 1910

SCOTT COUNTY RICHER. VOL. 9. BENTON, MO., ARPIL 16, i9io. NO. 22 4ft 4 W!TH THE BEANV1LLE NATIVES. 'As Mr. Hafncr entered the little wehool room ho overheard the Natives discussing -of, rather, .Joking about which of them -would bo selected as foreman of the next grand jury. "None of of you will bo selected," Inter rupted Mr. Hafner, "Unless the 1 usual custom Is dispensed with, the foreman will be worth not lr ss than twenty thousand dollars You yaps alnt fit to look after the crap shooters and other petty offenders." Then he pro ceeded to the platform and spoke v us follows: You must learn that this gov t eminent Is a great big family of which you are a part . You have 'been voting to lot a very small ;portiou of this very large family a:ake the rules or laws that gov--eni all of us. This small portion of the family to whom you have entrusted the regulating of af; .fairs has not been honest and fair 'with you and made these rules or .laws all in their own interest .and to your Inj...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 16 April 1910

s SCOTT COUNTY KICKER Will K Hafwer, sullsher. OHIITION, nn YIABi $1 CAMt tn4 at tfes pot office In Benton. Mo., a, 14, lies, as sisal-oIs audi ssatur. FOR A NIW IDUOATION. THOMAS F. WALSH, MILLIONAIRE An eminent upholder ot dramatis art, apparently In dispair of holding said trt hick enough by the um ot editing fMllltiM hM Offered tO b ou of t m to make up a fund ot 1 260,000 with which to endow a Chair ! ot Playwrltlag at Harvard university., i That ! certainly a great scheme, and no doubt the other nine contributor! i will com forward with agility whether or not with grace doein't really matter. A Chair ot Playwrlting li what thli country long has eought and grieved because It had not, or, words to that effect, says New York Times. To be sure, all the great, near great, and tolerably targe builders of plays whose names we recall at the moment somehow managed to get along without listening to lectures by any practitioner of their trade or by any professional expounder thereof, end...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 16 April 1910

1' MLL1 M -jrB ONE OF ADAM'S TROUILES Incident In tht tartan of Man Thai Mutt Taken for What It la Worth. Rer. Dr. Charles Townsend of Orange waa one of the apeakera at the Park Presbyterian Church Men'a club banquet laat week, and told this story at one of the troublta of the original anceator: "Adam had eaten the elaborate re east furnished by hla helpmeet with every Indication that he relished each morsel. He complimented her upon the dainty manner In which the blue points were aerred, the flavor of the puree of pea, the aeasonlng of the fish and entree, and Anally reached a de licious aalad. Adam paused, and with a worried look on hla face he de manded of Eve where ahe found the ingredients. She enumerated all ex cept the lettuce. " 'Where did you get thoae leaves?" he demanded. '"Why, they were lying on a bush In the back yard,' ahe replied sweetly. " 'Well, those were my best Sunday trousers,' sobbed Adam, adding, 'Ah, woe la man,' which was corrupted into 'woman,' the term 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. — 16 April 1910

I I "nor COTT COUNTY KICKER. Subscription, per year $1.00. Beat. 60c 8 meatas, 85c. SOCIALIST LOCALS. Local Edna tneeta the first Wednesday and third Saturday o( each month In Red Men's hull, North Illmo. L. R. Parker, Sec. Local Commerce meets every aturday afternoon at City Mall, Commerce. H. G. Anderson. Sec. Local Oak Drove meets 2d and 4th Saturdays In each month. N. G. Hopper, Secretary. Other secretaries should send la their time of meeting. FARMERS MEETING. Tuesday quite a number of far mers paused through Ronton on their way to the New Hamburg meeting. Returning, Wednesday, they appeared very happy. "The union Is up and a coming," they said. "It was the best mooting we ever held." The following lo cals were represented : New Harmony E. F. Love, .1. W. Lindsley, T. B. Cochran, L. C. Love. Oak Grove J. T. Schueltler, N. G. Hopper, John Collins. .1. R. Simpson. Cross Plains Wm. Simmon, Jerry Mlnter, Warren Hency. New Hamburg Louis Dnnnen uiueller, Solomon I Heboid and Joe Schu...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 23 April 1910

SCOTT COUNTY lUCKER. VOL. 9. BENTON, M0M ARPIL 23, i9io. WITH THE BEANVILLE NATIVES. NO. 23 Mr. Hafner spoke as follows "My critics compln'n that I am ;,:Ir to stir up 'claw hatred.' TIh-j ..y I am trying to array one class against the other. Then, without batting an eye, they will swear there are no clas ses in this 'free' country, will you kindly tell me how It is possi ble to stir up a fight between a cat and a dog If there la no dog? ii mere are no classes, how Is it possible to array class against 'class? You know they exist. And while the class lines are not 'bo closely drawn In the country as in the cIMon, Just send your daughter even to so small a town us Slkeston to'hlrc out' and see if she will bo permitted to sit at the same table with the family? "And polltlcnl parties are the representatives of class Interests. We have two grent parties. The Republican party stands for the big capitalists. It believes In great combinations of wealth called trusts. Its advocntes su.v It ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 23 April 1910

i 1 SCOTT COUNTY KICKER WA Hsfwtr, FiHMIthf. St? jSwumoH, .fsr vaw, ti cash, UMUiti pott office In Benton, Ma, M, im M BOBB'OIMB BUI BUUMr. OOOD LANQUAQI. A Terr valuable habit for a family to (acquire ti that ot using pure and r re cite language. Aa a matter ot art, Such nn acquisition Is desirable. There are beauty ana grace In the very form of language correctly and concisely spoken. There Is a charm In the speak ,er who Ik careful of bis manner of apeech. Out far more Important than the beauty of correct speech Is the In tellectual vigor which It simulates and .promotes. The use ot good language encourages the habit of clear thinking. Speaking well and thinking well natu rally go together. Tho Intellectual process largely controls the manner of expression. This does not commend the use of stilted and pompous lan guage, for that can be, and sometimes Is used, to conceil the lack of thought. Our object Is to discourage mussy, In coherent, scrappy and slangy speech, because It tend...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 23 April 1910

WOULD JAK RELIC Society Starts Movement to Pre serve Blllopp Houee. cane of Only Psaee Conference In America During Revolutionary War May Become a Naw York Inatltutlon. New York. For the preservation of one of the moat notable hlitorleal landmark In the country, the Blllopp houte at Tottenville, Staten Island, the members of the Philemon Literary society of the town are actively work Ing. Through their efforts and with the assistance of Assemblyman Bain, the representative of that district, a bill has been Introduced Into the legis lature asking a state appropriation of $35,000 with which to buy the house ,and some ten or a dozen acres of .ground. "The Old Stone House," as the place ,ls called locally, Is associated with .one of the most Interesting events of the revolution, a situation full of grim ,humor so far as the Americans were concerned, but a source of bitter 'humiliation to Lord Howe. Afte.r the 'failure of Benjamin Franklin's mission (Jo England as the representative of ....

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 23 April 1910

COTT OOUtfTY KICKER. vbsertpttes. per year, .. .....$1.00. z txMtbs, 90c. 8 months. 85c. 4 I I ! .1- 2)i, 1 sMj-i SOCIALIST LOCALS. Local Mna meets the flint Wednesday and third Saturday of each month In Red Men's hall, North Illmo. L. R. Parker, Sec. Local Commerce meets every Saturday afternoon nt city Hull. Commerce. H. G. Anderson. Sec. Local Oak Grove meets 2d and 4th Saturdays In each month. N. G. Hopper, Secretary. Other secretaries should send In their time of meeting IS THIS MISSOURI LAWT To the Grand Jury "Officer to Secure Best Rates. In procuring the publication of any law, proclamation, adtert la ment or notice, as in the next pre cceding section mentioned. THE PUBLIC OFFICER SHALL AC CEPT OF THE MOST ADV A VTA GEOUS RATES THAT CVN UK OBTAINED, not exceeding the rates limited In the next piecced ccedlng section." Here is something to investigate something red hot and fresh ! SOCIALISTS IX THE SADDLE Milwaukee, April 10. The So cialists municipal regime was launched this...

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