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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 30 April 1910

-Wt 1 I i SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VOL. BENTON, MO., ARPIL 30, i9io. NO. 24 WITH THK BEANVILLE NATIVES. Mr. Hnfncr spoke as follows: "Last we ' I tried to make it plain that there are classes. It is this point that I want to drive deep into you, for when you once understand that there ARB 'CLASSES, then the rest of the problem will be easy for that is at the bottom of all social and po litical questions. When you once become conscious that there are ' classes, it will not take you long to figure out to which class you be long. "The capitalists realize the im portance. of keeping you in ignor . mice on this point, and they would have you believe that you and Rockefeller are in the same class and that you are not as rich as Rockefeller because you are too ex travagant nnd don't save. The spell-binders put on the loud pedal .when they yawp to yon about 'our country,' our industries,' nut' rail roads,' 'our banks,-' etc. but what share have you in all of these? "Generally speaking, there ar...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 30 April 1910

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER Will A Hafnar, Publisher.' MCHimON, H VAH. tl CA1M, tared at the DMt office In Benton. Mo.. k. 14, tWt, as aeooadelass mail mattar. WORTHLESS FARMS. American agriculture shows a strange contrast With the price of farm prod uct higher than ever before, farm land has depreciated In value, and the number of abandoned farms steadily Increases. Figures gathered by the con servation commission are surprising. It Is shown that there are 16,000 square miles of abandoned farms, chief ly In New England, New York, the southeast and the middle central states. That Is, there are tn the United States at present 10,000,000 acresof abandoned farm land an area as large as the cul tivated part of the Canadian north west. IB times the size of Rhode Is land, four times the she of Connecti cut, twice the size of Massachusetts, or half as large as Ohio, says Clove- land Plain Dealer. Of the many rea sons advanced to explain this deser tion of farms, two or three are espe cially worth ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 30 April 1910

W55 1 flUtfCVfT I ' 3 NEW THEORY IS RAPIDLY SPREADING OVER COUNTRY 1 T. Cooper's theory concerning tie kumaa stomach, which he claims te prore, with hla new medicine, Is belai kiven mora reipeet and comment verr day. Cooper claims that 90 per cent of all 111 health Is duo to stomach trou ble. When Interflowed about his theory recently, he said: "Stomach trouble Is the great curse of the. 20th century se tar as the civilised races are con cerned. Practically all of the chronic 111 health of this generation Is caused by abnormal atomachto conditions. In earlier days, when the human race was closer to nature, and men and women worked all day out of doors, digging their frugal existence from the soli, the tired, droopy, half-ilck people that are now so common, did not exist 'To be sure, there was sickness la those days, but It was of a virulent character, and only temporary. There was none of this half-sick condition all the time with which so many are afflicted nowadays. "I know positi...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 30 April 1910

m I. HI i-SflS 'Mi &9V it r. R 'fifc I f 1 is m Ik. CIRCUIT COURT DOINGS. The Skinning Machine continues to grind out victims for the Shoe and Leather Trust at Jefferson City and the Sheriff's Hotel and other victims. Saturday Judge Riley went home, and on Monday Judge Ranney occupied the WO chair. CRIMINAL DOCKKT. .lames McCare, Harry and Robt. Ward and George Tnbbs, interfer ing with lawful employment, dis missed. Ludanus Robert, disturbing the peace, dismissed at cost of defend ant. Frank Rean, homicide, trial by jury, two years in pen and paroled. Win. Watkins, felonous nssnult, discharged. George Madglin, grand larceny, trial by jury, not guilty. Henry and Wm. Dabbs, grand larceny, plea of guilty, two years each. Jesse James. feloueou assault, pled guilty to common assault, lin ed $25 and stnyut execution during good behavior. Ed. Smiddy, feloueous nssnult, continued by state. Wm. Singleton, sume. Wm. Skinner, plead guilty to common nssnult live days in jail. Frank Vangundy...

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. — 7 May 1910

5- SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. 'WHS VOL. 9. BENTON, MO. 1 MAY 7, i9io. WITH THE BEANVILLE NATIVES. 4 I uxor 'Th farmers came from their flelcM and filled tbe school room Tory were not very tidy, for thej came fresh from work. They had on noiblled shirts, stand no collars, nor, pousnea snoes, They, bad been working, so that other who do not work mayhave blled shirts, stand-up collars and shining Bhoes. Ab Mr. uainer en tered they greeted him entnusias tlcnlly and he began: "You farmers look tired and I will not detain you long tonight. You are beginning your seasons Mvortc of. feeding and clothing the world. You may not Know it. yet the whole of society rests upon your labor. And society has so arranged it that of what you pro duce you are only permitted to retain so mucn as win give you a bare existence. It is a cunning .arrangement that has been fixed up for you and you are separated from what you produce in a way that you can not see how it Ih done. Look at your large cities with their g...

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. — 7 May 1910

BBBBawjKSB 1$ wwntyrioN, PBR VBAR. 1 CAH. Mtsree at the post office In Benton. Mo., .fik It. 1M1, m MMfld-etaaa mail rtur. I' M Iff ST i&A 4 S i."4 t ' I ; RESTORING: A LOST EMPIRE. The possible realisation of the prej fleet for reopening the old empire of afabuchadnetsar to civilisation, a pro? jject which only yesterday waa only; la dream, It foreshadowed by tha ef torts of the Turkish government ttf .reclaim 11,600,000 acres of waste land Ba Northern Mesopotamia through tr- rlgatlon, says New York World. Qiven the success of the experiment, the ancient realm of Assyrian and Babylonian monarchs may then bo re- fertilised and repeopted with an In idustrlous race and the world's old (granary restored after centuries of (desolation. Mesopotamia's greatness Jwas due to a system of Irrigation icanals In connection with the Tigris land Euphrates. It was by their neg- lect that It declined and was trans formed into a sandy plain, the haunt of nomad races. Within recent times jthe eng...

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. — 7 May 1910

li n 3? J 5? 1 ROOSEVELT AT SORBONNE Delivers First of Formal Lectures to be Given in Europe, to Enthusias tic Audience. Paris. The literary and scientific -world of Paris haa paid Ita tribute to Theodora Roosevelt, ex-president of the Ualted States. The distinguished American delivered hla lecture In the Borbenne, the flrat of the series of formal addresses ha Is to make In European cities, and was the recipient of the highest honors and the warm est applause. Colonel Rooserelt was driven from bis hotel to the Sorbonne early In the afternoon, and the street through which he passed were thronged with men, women and children who cheered him enthusiastically. He genially ac knowledged their greetings, as he did those of the Immense crowd that hed assembled outside the Sorbonne, un able to gala admittance, but deter mined te see tho -famous visitor. Lecture In the orbonne. When the applause that greeted his appearance had died down, the ex president was Introduced by the rec tor and at...

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. — 7 May 1910

$4 ft GOVT COUNTY KICKER, ssserlptloB. per year,.....$1.00. Ms . 60c a menths, 85c. THB CIRCUS COURT. Tae skinning machine subsided Saturday afternoon until Juue 18. and the following Is the wind up pf Its work : Ik P. Woodward vs. James Fer guson, replevin, Judgement for plaintiff. Win. Webb vs. Miles Wicks, re plevin, dismissed. Helen Schuette vs. A. & D. & Ed. Sehrlfer replevin, continued. Wm. Dohogne vs. Louis Bren nelsen, damages, dismissed. Catherne Miller vs. Southern III. t Mo. Bridge Co., to set Aside deed, dismissed. Adolph Thelsen vs. H. S. Winters account, dismissed. Henry Counch vs. R. F. and W. H. Carter, damages, dismissed. Ann Ruggles vs. J. H. Wilson and J. D. Randolph, replevin, plaintiff given possession of pro perty and $50 damage. Johnson Loehiile & Co. vs. H. T. Mayes, account. Judgement for defendant. Martha E. Boardninn vs. J. H. Boardman, note, dismissed. T. P. Drown vs. Pink Scott, ac count, Judgement for defendant. City or Sikeston vs. Mary i'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. — 14 May 1910

SCOTT COUNTY IUCKER. Si VOL. 9. BENTON, MO.', MAY 14, i9io. NO. 26 OF INTEREST TO WOMEN. "Perhaps the noblest woman In America today Is "Mother Jones." From a aohool teaoher ahe eon ecrated her Ufa to the oauae of oppressed humanity, and where ever the fight is thickest, there Is iMother Jones some 70 years old. Jails have no terror for her. She champions the freedom of all the race men and women alike. In -a recent speech at Milwaukee she said to the women: "Put away . your parlor airs and get out Into the street and fight, fight, fight! "It may not bo ladylike, but it Is ' womanly. God made woman; - votten society made the lady." .Everywhere the fight for the v emancipation of woman Is on. In a speech recently delivered In 3Jew York Franklin Wentworth :sald: Trom speech of F. Wentworth. As we regard the ready sympa thy of woman ; as we read count less tales of self denial and sacri fices of mother love ; as we detect In the rare gift of Intuition with whlch she Is so generously en...

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. — 14 May 1910

US 1 I i! IX Its If f I 5s life , SCOTT COUNTY KICKER Phil A- Hafnsr, PuHtthr. tuilcniFTioN, pmn viab, i cash. Sntsred at the pott office In Benton, Mo., k. 14, IM, a MOond-oUu wall matttr. CLUB TO PROMOTE HAPPINESS. All clubs exist to make people com fortable and happy they can have no other ralsen d'etre but London has a i new club which specializes In happiness, so to speak," says Chica go Record-Herald. None but the happy can belong to It; none but those who seek happiness will be permitted to "have a good cry" In order to real ize happiness. The idea ot such a club, It seems, was suggested by the splendid success of Maeterlinck's charming and beautiful poem-play, "The Blue Bird." This is a delicious fantasy for children and adults alike, nnd It teaches the truth that happi ness lies near at hand, In one's home and immediate surroundings, rather than in distant unrealizable plans and ambitions. Those who deliberately and assiduously seek happiness fall to And tt, or find It only...

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. — 14 May 1910

; I fin tut ncicnt PucbloH T .HC011.4 r 0 awaBawaBawaBawKiiiaPawaBawaBe VuawBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBusiBBBBBBI l?lslBBBBBBBBBBBBBB WORSE BRONCO THE pueblo of Acoma, In New Mexico, la weird and itrange and out of the way. A bait day's Journey from the pueblo of Laguna, which ia on a trans continental line of railway, Aco ma It as remote from civilisation as It was when discovered 300 years ago. Probably not over a dozen white men call at Acoma In the course of a year. It Is a hard trip over there, across the hot desert, and the Acomans, who (belong to the Queres tribe, are none jtoo hospitable to the stranger. Un less you have a pull with the goher jnador. the Pooh Bab of the pueblo, you might as well make up your mind ito say good-by just- as soon as you jhave said hello, because youll be giv en to understand very plainly that you I are not wanted. This Isn't from any special unfriendliness on the part of the Acomans, but they simply prefer to be left alone and figure that they have worr...

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. — 14 May 1910

t i if IT I al ia. ml' Eat. 1C0TT COUNTY KICKER. bscriBtloB. per year,. $1.00. Ms oaths. SOc. 8 months, 85c. COUNTY COURT DOINGS. Tbe meeting of the Appropria tion Machine, known as the coun ty court, haa little significance so far aa the Kicker la concerned. Very, very few of Ita friends are on the pay-roll, hence they are not brought to town except at times, to protest against some real or imaginary Injuatlae. ut. for an accurate list of Court House Organ subscriber. see the appropriation list. And it la about all they've got. Perhaps you noticed, In last weeks' proceedings, that the court ordered the highway engi neer to build bridges over the drain ditches in Slkeston special road district, at the expense of the county except whore a bridge costs less than $100. But you paid no attention to It. Let us examine this straiw ac tion. Just why that Joker that the county would pay for bridges that cost over S100 was Inserted, 1 do not know for I am told none will eost less. Several ye...

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. — 21 May 1910

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. m VOL. 9. BENTON, MO., MAY 21, i9io. NO. 27 FRED. WARREN UNMASKS COURT. Pleads His Own Case in U. S. Court-Waives alt Tech nicalities and Puts it Squarely up to the Court. Hats off to Fred Warren. Editor of the Appeal to Reason I He has a .way of doing and saying the right thjng at the right time and he did it before the federal court at St. Paul. He dismissed his attorneys and pled his own cose the first Instance of the kind on record and what he did to that court, and courts In" gen eral, was a .plenty. It will bo remembered that, about four years ago, three work lngmen were kidnapped from their homes in Cplorado and ta ken to Idaho, through, by and with the connivance of the gov ernors and officials of both state. ,Tlie kidnapped persons were iMoyer, Haywood and Pettlbone, of the Western Federation or mi ners an organisation that 'the mine owners wished to destroy. Therefore a plot as black us hell was hatched by capitalism to charge these men with the mur de...

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. — 21 May 1910

oWisVHPTION. PER YIAB, tl CASH PfcH A." Hefner, MMUhw . V- .7 TO ass. ffi! 4 i SY V i'V I 1 r i m tka mat office In Banton. Mo.. 14, iMt, M aMOnd-aUM mil matter. SWAMP LAND. An enterprising cltlicn of New Or leant has obtained title to 1,000.000 acrei ot iwamp lands In Louisiana, and In concert with the Illinois Cen tral and Southern Pacific railroads and. some capitalists ot Chicago It Is pro posed to raise f 1,500,000 to expend in draining the swamp, says Washington Post. The soil Is the richest In the United States, and equal to any In the world. It Is estimated that with proper tillage It will produce over three bales of cotton to the acre, whereas the average crop ot that staple is less than one-half bale to the acre. In fertility the soil of the swamp lands near the Mississippi is practical ly inexhaustible, and there are 7,000, 000 acres of such lands In Louisiana clone, or more than 10,000 square miles. Mississippi, Arkansas, Tennes see, Kentucky, Missouri, Illinois, Iowa an...

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. — 21 May 1910

1 1 mmtmmmimiM'm mmjimtm astwwWB)iirw cnakWMnMMil gggggggflgggggggjgflLO iH Ht' ' iJa? ) jjHjH A SUIT of old clothes? Yes. sir, that's alt you need. Pos sibly you might do well to Imitate Ullly and Invest 75 cents In n pair of canvas leg gings: but you need only some old togs. Slay prinked up In your best bib and tucker, If you want to, until you reach the inner end of the Big Thompson canyon, until you have ta ken that thirty-mile ride over a road bitten and blasted out of a great ridge of rebellious rock; but, once you and your bag have been deposited at JStend's or at the Elkhorn, if you want to be at ease, if you want to be a la mode, lose no time in getting Into your gray flannel shirt, your old freshman corduroys, and that pair of tanned shoes that you were ashamed to give to tho Salvation Army. You are now, tf never before, In the land of the free and the home of the brave. Honeymoons ought to be had In sec tions. A man can seldom afford, im mediately after his wedding, to go...

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. — 21 May 1910

14' www emus lZr 2? I if: life. & a. 5 ear mm SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Babsorlptlon. per year,. $1.00. Ms MMtfea. 60c. 8 months. Site. FROM NEW HAMBURG. The event of the weelc was the grand opening and ball at suite's hall Monday night. The hall is a spacious one and the music was fine. The young folks gathered from far and neaH and the hall was filled to its utmost capacity. Perfect order was maintained and all went away anxiously awaiting the next announcement of a ball at Stlke's hall. tlon. The Hesslun Fly hub vulncd much wheat here. Some farmers have turned their wheat fields Into pastures, others huve turned it under and still others do not ex pect over five bushels per acre. John Dirnbergcr and A. 11. Schocn returned last week from tt. Louis, where they went as del egates to the Catholic Fedcra- Duringthe storm on Wednesday of last week lightning struck the residence of Nick Schlooser and demolished the flue. Our union farmers received their binder twine 5,000 pounds of it at...

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. — 28 May 1910

SCOTT COUNTY fUCKER. 1 i!i'J VOL. 9. BENTON, MO., MAY 28, i9io. NO. 28 ft i THE WARREN CASE. Twenty Thousand Messages Oreeted Warren on His Arrival at St. Paul. Lawyer's View of Case. When Fred Warren reached St. IPaul on May 0 to appear before '.the federal court, he found await ing bim In care of the -federal .court clerk, twenty thousand let ters, post cards and telegrams, cheering htm on. One of these was sent by the Kicker, and on Must Sunday I received a photo .. graph of the mass of mall turned arer to him, together with the ? following letter from Mr. Warren : "My Dear Comrade I want to -thank you for your thoughtful ness In writing to me at St. Paul. I was up against a pretty stiff 4 proposition. The courts were a gainst me, and I could not agree with my attorneys as to what .. should be said to the Judges. They seemed determined to obscure the real Issue in a mass of technical ities which was certain to wind up In disaster . I had never had any experience in court proced u...

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. — 28 May 1910

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER 1 MH A- Hafner. Publlshar. BtRlPTION, PB.R VBAH, t CAlMj tarad at tha Boat Africa In Rantnn. Mn.. k. 14. 1MX, saooad-clau mail aatttr. i ft S . 1 it: s- NEWS OF THE WEEK LATEST NEWS OF THE WORLD TERSELY TOLD. NORTH, EAST.SOUTH AND WEST Notes From Foreign Laadt, Through1 out the Nation and Particularly the Great Southwest. RACES FOR THE PENANT8. National League. i5?H! Won Lout Pittsburg- is j Chicago ir. 11 New York m u Cincinnati is ii Philadelphia 13 li st. Louis i u Hgitun io m Brooklyn i u ivt. .St" i .3v. .221 American League. Club Won Lost Pot. Philadelphia l: .Ti-; New York i; 4 .Om Detroit in i: ,:,;i 1-ioKton i;, ij ,s,-,,j Ovilatid 13 13 ..Viu Washington 11 IT .ISM Chicago s it; ,333 8t. Louis 4 20 .167 Three-1 League. Club Won Sprtnufleld 10 Peoria . Blonmlngton T Davenport T Dubuque Waterloo 7 Rock Island 3 Danville 2 Lot 10 Pet. ,M3 .til." ..-.So 3" .Jim .4.17 .3 s'. .167 Louis Paulban is soon to attempt an aeroplane (light from Pari? to Cler-uiant-Fe...

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. — 28 May 1910

HYDE IS FOUND GUILTY 0 PRISONER HEARS HIS PATE CALMLY, BUT HIS WIPE GIVES WAY TO TEARS AND CALLS DECISION OP THE JURORS UNJUST. Mn. L. O. Swope, Mother of-Mrs. Hyde, From Whom She It Es tranged, Declares Doors of Her Mansion are Open as are Her Arms and Heart For Return of Her Daughter. TRIAL C08T J2CO,000 LITTLE DELAY IN CASK. The cane of Dr. 11. C. Hyde's trial will jxcml 1200.000. according to p"?Joni fnmlllar with the' case. The tmploy mt'iit of expert toxleo!oir!tn and pathol ogists at Mou to j:o a day makes up much of thin. Stenographers' fees ex ceed tlo von and the sums paid lawyers will probably reach tSO.coo on each side. uirly all the expense comes out of the Swope estate. Mrs. Hyde bearing tho dtfensj end out of her share of tho es tnte, Mrs. LoRtin O. Swope and her uai'slifcrs aiding the prosecution out of theirs. Tho case was remarkable for Its ex pedition, ns shown ly the following chronological table: Oct. 1. 1!'09 Death of Moss Huntan, on nccotint of which Dr. Hyde ...

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. — 28 May 1910

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER, abscriptlon. per year $1.00. Ms months, 60c. 8 months, 85c. SAME OLD 8TOKY. From St. Louis Star. Just now a splendid illustration of the prodigal wastefulness of "the government In getting rid of Its public lands In years ngone In being given in Oregon. In pion eer times the exact Unto imma terial Congress wan made to be lieve that the construction of n military wagon road across the Cascade Mountains in Central Or egon would be of ho much value to the government In the matter of moving troops ami supplying a route to emmigrants, that it made n large grant of laud for toich a route to the Willamette Valle.v and Cascade .Mountain Military ltoad Company, on the terms that the company would construct and maintain such a road. Every year since, some hardy mountaineer hns gone over the official route of this road a.- proof that it is actually traversable by humans, but no road passable by either emmigrants or soldiers has ever been constructed. A guide Is reiiuired t...

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