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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 4 June 1910

3 V, i m (rl SCOTT VOL. 9 COUNTY RICHER. BENTON, MO., JUNE 4, i9io. - - NO. 2n Socialism and the Farmer. 1st. m ' .although the Individual farmer to rtold that Socialism want to de- prlve him of his farm, yet nearly all of the Individual farmer of : Seott county are entering Into vine Socialist, party, or leaning 'toward It, except among the Gor ..man Catholics. These have had I tt red into them that Socialism la agin religion and the home, and that sort of an impression Is hard to remove. Yet many of them are beginning to understand why ' this has been taught to them, '.and some of the staunchest Socl ollsts we have are among these Germans. And when they Bee i . Uttle further, they will come in '.to the Socialist ranks in droves ;as they did in the Fatherland. Socialism does not want to take ..'your farm from you. Capitalism i IS DOING THAT VERY THING I : Socialism wants to secure you In - the possession of your home, and .make It possible for your child to have homes. SOCIALISM WA...

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

K Hsfnsr, Pu Wisher, flbltimON, PKH YIAB, 1 CASH itered at ths poit office tn Bnton. Mo., If, IMS, u Moona-euu mmu wnri HKC scott com f I.W.l ' ir k THE HI ART OF YOUTH. We hare been told that ai long aa wo keep our hearts young we need have no fear of the depressing lonell ness of advancing years, and many writers more or less experienced In such matters have suggested many ways In which we can accomplish that desired end. No two natures, however, are alike, and It follows that no set ot hard and fast rules can be niado to ap ply to each distinct personality. The mnn or woman who passes through lite alive to the blessings which abound on every side rarely ceases to become an' active contributor to the lives ot others, ami ns long as n person actually par tlclpates In any work, large or small, tho Influence of his personality Is bound to be felt and his counsel re tarded. It Is only when one has tired of the game, or enters only half-heartedly Into affairs outside of his own special...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 4 June 1910

Mi .4 A Corner in Ancestors y FRANCIS COWLES Shippen Family (Copyright by MeClnn Syndicate) Any member of the Shippen family mar well be happy; not only has the family been prominent in this country ever since Edward Shippen came here in 1668; but it is said that every Ship pen who lives to maturity stands a good chance, Judging from past rec ords, of reaching the venerable age of three score and ten. The family originated In England, where It was well known at the time of the first settlements In America. William Shippen, Gentleman, lived In Yorkshire at the beginning of the sev enteenth century. He was a promi nent man there, where his family had lived for generations. He held several important positions; he was overseer of the poor and overseer of the high ways, among other things. One of his children, Edward, who was born In 1639, was the founder of the Shlppens In this country, and he came to Bos ton when he was twenty-nine years old, in 1C68. Ho was a man of a good deal of wea...

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

'A ft t 1 4 1 1 I' ) I, I' us m saw- mew la. SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Sebscrlptlon. per year, 81.00. Bis oitk. flOc. 8 months, S.V;. ANNOUNCEMENT. 1 hereby announce myself can didate for county Judge from the 2d district, subject to the Demo crats voters at the August prim ary. Clarence Sander. THE CANDY-DATES. People navo not been falling ov er each other fto get In the race for office this year. In fact, aside from the "regulars, it takes consi derable pull-hauling to got them to announce. Up to Wednesday the following had filed : DEMOCRATS. Representative It. L. Harrison. Presiding Judge T. G. Snowden Judge 2d Disk Clarence Sund ers, J. V. Bandy and A. L. Drury. Probate Judge R. A. Kingsbury Prosecuting Attorney John J. Drennen and John MeWllllatus. Collector Arthur ChrlMiion and . L. Duck. Circuit Clerk James M. Arnold Public Adm. Samuel Tanner. Justice Morelumi twp. Anton Legrand, Kolen Cannon. Justice Morley twp. Cal. Gup ton, J. w. Evans, T. A. McCutchen. Justice Kelso twp. G. C....

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 11 June 1910

"?1 SCOTT COUNTY FUCKER. VOL. 9. BENTON, MO., JUNE 1 1 , i9io. NO. 3o A NATION OF RENTERS. I 4& It was 134 yean ago that the patriotic founders ot this gov ernment declared their Independ ence of Kins rule and tyranny. We will celebrate this event next month with booze, bluster and hot air about liberty. The found ers of this so-called republic de clared that when a system of government Is bad the people nave a right to alter or aoonsn It. They declared that among the things the government should guarantee Its cltlccns was the protection of life, liberty and the pursuits of happiness. You will Ilnd these sentiments in tne ucc laratlon of lndenendence. What happiness has the family without a home? What liberty has the man or woman who IB de pendent upon another for a Job a chance to earn a nving. What protection Is there to lire in the overcrowded tenements of the cities where children die like v flies and the parents contract consumption or otner latai urn eases? I have the cens...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 11 June 1910

41 ft I to. 5CQ1T COUNTY KICKER W Hafwar. Pwmtfwr. Aulfcwi)TION, PKW YAH, 11 CASH, ntsred at the pott office In Benton. Mo.. ffSL l?lfM. sVaeoend-olass Mil HIM QKTTINQ MAO- It very often, happens tbat a person will set mad in arguing a matter or when some one differs with htm. One commits a great mistake when he acts thus. He weakens himself and strengthens his adversary. Anger diminishes the force of an argument. As soon as one gets mad In arguing a point, no should stop talking or chango his temper. Anger stands In the way of truth. It contracts one's view. It spoils knowledge. Real wisdom, ac cording to the Scriptures, Is "first, pure, and then peaceable, gentle and easy to be entreated," says Ohio State Journal. There Is no room for anger .in wisdom, and certainly, when a man is engaged in differing with his neigh bor, it is best to bo wise. Men some times can't bear to be disputed. As soon as one differs, they summon up their ire, shake their fists, and rush down on a man like ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 11 June 1910

PEW TV T ffj3jSHS9Sa MMlllMMllllimMM i MISSOURI STATE NEWS tiiiiiiiiiiiiiHniiinii WOMEN'S ILLS. RESULTS of tho efforts of the United States department of agriculture to Introduce In place of the box system of turpentining, which has been so destructive of the pine for ests of the south, the much less In jurious cup and gutter or cup and apron system, are evidenced in resolu tions recently adopted by the execu tive committee of the Consolidated Naval Stores company, a represen tative association of naval stores pro ducers. The resolutions were as fol lows: "Whereas. The experiment made by the United States government, as is shown by the various bulletins from the bureau of forestry, as well ag the experiments of individuals, and the practical results obtained by the large which tho Consolidated Naval Stores company owns any Interest." The department of agriculture has established, by experiments, that the cup and gutter system of deriving naval stores (1) yields 30 per cent moro prod...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 11 June 1910

2 if If 1 i if' ft K. to 35ft w SCOTT COUNTY KICKER, vhsertptlos. Mr year,... ..-.1.00. tx Beats. Me. 8 month Mo. ANNOUNCEMENT. I hereby announce myself can didate for county Judge from the 9d district, subject to the Demo cratlo voters at the August prim ary. Clarence Sanders. THE CANDY-DATES. Since the appearance of the Kicker lent week several candi dates filed with the county clerk. It will probably be a very tame primary, as very few have oppo sition. Here is the entire list: DEMOCRATS. Representative K. L. Harrison. Presiding Judge T. U. Snowden T V FrflWPs Judge 1st Dist. J. W. Myers. Judge 2d Dl8t. Clarence Sand ers, J. V. Dandy and A. L. Drury. County Clerk Jam. McPheeters. Recorder R. L. Stubblefield. Probate Judge R. A. Kingsbury Prosecuting Attorney John J. Brennen and John McWiltiains. Collector Arthur Chiismon and R. In Buck. Circuit Clerk James M. Arnold Public Adm. Samuel Tanner. Coroner P. S. Tate. Justice Moreland twp. Anton Legraud, Rolen Caimon. W A. Milltr. Just...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 18 June 1910

v '6 I' ''jiff SCOTT COUNTY mCKER. VOL. BENTON, MO., JUNE 18, i9io. NO. 31 "Something doing. The working class In Mexico Is 'in some sections in revolt against 'the government, but the censor 'ship is so complete that little of jtho situation Is known here. El. Paso, Tex., June 0. The Mexican Government no longer denies that the situation at Val ladolld, which has been captured and sacked by rebellious Maya Indians and Mexican revolution tats, Is desperate. Gen. Ignnclo Brozo, with '1.000 nicked t roups, was ordered to Valladolld to rescue the Imperiled (Government officials there. Sim ultaneously the gunboat Zara igossa, with additional troops, set idall from Vera Cru under Bealed orders. The Mexican censor has wut the number of Mexicans kill ed at Valadolld to forty. The Independent newspapers of Mexico are protesting bitterly against the official supresslon of jtho facts regarding the uprising. I 'Wasnlndton, July 9-Scnsatlon-al charges that President Dlnz, of Mexico, Is able to ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 18 June 1910

SCOTT COVrtTY KICKER Will A- Hsfner, Publisher. MJ6WIPTI0N, pun YEAR. 11 caih :bUn1 at th Doit office In Benton. Ma., it, mi, ma Mgoaa-cjass mau BMiir. ADVANTAGES OP WINTER. A& old-fashioned winter has Its ad rentage and disadvantages. If these "were to be enumerated in parallel col umns It Is probable that the advan tages would lead by a large majority In a winter like the past one the ground Is usually frozen to the deptb of a few Inches In November and there after the snowfall keeps a blanket ovei the earth which prevents the frost from creeping downward Inch by Inch until It reaches a depth of four or live feet. It keeps all plant life at the sur face of the soil In a perfectly dormant state, but does not completely Buspend the function of deep lying roots. A continual covering of ice and snow in the cities keeps tie litter and flltb of the street from being dried and fine ly powdered and carried about by every passing bree2e. This is otie ot the moat common sources of colds...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 18 June 1910

liMiMM W -Wr . K B-J HE GAMBLED AWAY HIS WIFE ; K e"J' '! t THE picturesque little town of Uruapan, the western terminus of the Mexican National rail road, is in the state of Mlchoa can, a few hours ride from Patzcunro. The scenery along tho line Is beau tlful, while the engineering skill dis played Is as fine as any in the re public. It was to me a thrilling ride and I was hnlf glad, half sorry when it ended. Wo found the station filled with Indians who came down every day to see the train arrive. It is a marvelous sight to them, especially the engine. The next thing to cause a smile was the conveyance to take us to town. Originally a flat car, it now bod a can vas top for shelter and two long wood en benches for seats. Sturdy looking mules stood harnessed to this affair, as Impatient to start as their driver. It was a bard climb for them and not very comfortable for the passengers. Much of this was forgotten, however, in the novelty of our surroundings. Every thing interested us; ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 18 June 1910

WW 1 iff 43 R '-I Iff'fl 1 3 ANNOUNCEMENT. 1 hereby announce myself can Hldate for county Judge from the ad dlatrlct, subject to the Demo cratlo voters at the August prim ary. Clarence Sanders. HERE AND YONDER. W. A. Humphrey, of Blodgett, was here Saturday and told of tha trial of the farm lads brou irht here to 'jail last week. These boys had untight up Bud Huey's horse, that was running out, and drovo It to Jllehlstadt to an lee cream festival. They .were tried In Jus tice Clodfelter's court, by Jury, and fined S25 each In default of which the punishment falls on the tax-payers. Of course the boys did very wronjt. The horn wus very young and had only had on harness a time or two before. Hut which of us Is it that did not sometime do very wrong us boys not that we were menu, or with any malicious or criminal intent, but Just because we had mi better judgment. Will sending these lads to jail to associate with the Ko-cnlled criminal element help matter'.' The chief offense of which ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 25 June 1910

SCOTT COUNTY VOL. 9. BENTON, MOM JUNE 25, i9io. mCKER. m NO. 32 Queer Things Happening. '1? i I Wi TJ Wj 'A Last week the Kicker reprinted ' tan article from Wlbralre Maga zine, New York, telling of a meet ! lng of the big business men and t statesmen to discuss the situa tion. The capitalist paper tell little or nothing about such af .falrs. If they mention them at all ! it la to misrepresent their mean ing and Importance. It Is their r-part of the plajf to keep the great t-maae of people In Ignorance of economic conditions. Therefore "they entertain you with comets, '..Doxey murders, Jeffreys-Johnson -jrlze fights, base ball, and the . Bootee velt menagerie. . But that NeW York meeting was very -important. Tho president of the New Yorfl4 Central railroad! Is 1. -quoted as saying that, within 3 . years this country would not be able to export a bushel of farm products unless home consump tion decreased or production ln- creased; that 163,798 American farmers had gone to Canada and ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 25 June 1910

r SCOTT COVTY KICKER i' pi- II Ii'i 1 ft 1 PI M P; 1 mi A. Hefner. PuMMfter. B4BJRIPTION. PgR VAR. S.1 CASH, rea et tae post unci ib TOBien. mo., 14. Hit. M SMMd'oltM mail atattsr. 'SUB! TRBASURB HUNT SEASON. x The nun of tat treasure hunt to mm mora "oa," and all along thi At Untie coast, from Labrador to the Quit of Mexico, with aide excursions to the Islands of the Caribbean tea, op timistic persona who have resurrected some legend of pirate gold which aeems to them convincing, are touring the face of nature In an attempt to find chests of coin and Jewels or casks of rum. At this point the reader will suspect an anti-climax. The state ment Is -lot so Intended. Buccaneers had to cache their stores of solid and liquid provision, and they did not al ways find opportunity to dig them up again. A tradition of substance at taches to Oak island, in Mahone bay, Nova Scotia, as the scene of a "plant" of valued beverages, and an amtable vagabond who professes to have as sisted at Its uncov...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 25 June 1910

WW T T-fl ill Bfestjl Bkril5t4-"ft' jje ISd . .waaaaaPS Or' I rssssssPsHrPja '5 VflCATfXU. CV yjCi-JLOHUfrcMT ' ' . 1- m 1 t t Tli" imti.ral wonders of Yose mite have probably altered lit tle since Adam and Eve walked In the garden, but the circum stances that owe their origin to the band of man have changed much in the last ten years. To reach the valley, Instead of the former long stage ride through a Bret Harte coun try, with the exhilarating possibility of being held up by a bandit, a rldo over roads half a foot deep In fine gray or red dust, with Its stop at the end of the hot day at delightful Ahwa nee or Wawona. you now alt at the rear of an observation car, watch the Merced river canon slip behind, muse on the days of the Argonauts as de feated placer digging and humming quartz mills glide by, contrasting the old method of gold hunting with the new; and In a few hours the train stops nt El Portal, within a dozen miles of El Capltan. According to Henry S. Vandyke the artistic...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 25 June 1910

II. re-, I" ! i-s. 5.V 1 : tl' if ft iT IV I J I I V- I 1 I 1 6 If". COW COUNTY KICKER, abserlptlon. per year.... .....$1.00. Mx month. Oc 8 months, 85c. ANNOUNCEMENT. I hereby announce myself can didate for county Judge from the Sd district, subject to the Demo cratic voters at the August prim ary. Clarence Sanders. CHANGING HUMAN NATURE. From Chicago Dally Socialist. There Is one last refuge of ev ery opponent of Socialism. After "dividing up," lack of "Incentive," "breaking up the home" and a few other alleged objections have been demolished the valiant de fender of things as they are hurls this last shot, "You can't ehnngc human nature." That is supposed to bo a crushing retort, an weil as proof of a philosophical uiiiul .,t! the part of the objector. 4. "J8 herefre not surprising that when Andrew Carnegie felt called upon to Join the chorus of b s class agnlnst Soclnlisjn hP ag. played his intellectual capacity to meet the problem by at once jailing back on his age-old object I...

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 July 1910

SCOTT COUNTY I1ICHER. , vara VOL. 9. BENTON, MO., JULY 2, i9io. Nil. .1i I 1. am rinua a tuw. ' The surest sign that the Kleker .Wiethe story straight U the (act wt capitalist paper Jump upon the least seeming inaccuracy or It statement. For six month Bro. McGuire, of the Cah-Book has been atisfled to play hla in- eemutent role of preaching pro hfWtlon and voting aa the brew en vote. But, last week, he thought he bad found something In the Kick' er to crltlslse. From an article nearly a column In length he tfayed hla usual cute trick of ex 'Exacting a sentence and then Succeeded to hammer. Here Is Ihe sentence, which appeared In the Kicker three weeks ago: "Only a few weeks ago 27 rail roads announced a raise In freight rates. The government at Washington flour-flushed around and got busy with its re guiar apparatus. But the roads went on and are charging the signer rate just as though noth lag bad happened." Bro. McGuIre comments on thin as follows: "We are not taking up for the ra...

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 July 1910

HPS? m an f I I: Yt. 5 &7r :t&, FSE Wm i aCOTT COVrfTY KICKER Ptm A- Hafwer, FwMlahor. ION, PKW VtAH. 1 CA1H. ttml at the poet olTtc In Benton. Ma. , ii, irm, mm Mwaa-GiMa nwi nuHiur, THI NEWER IOUCATION. i The relation of the larger unlveral ' ties of the United Btatei to the practi cal problems of existence Is being em phsslzed In an astonishing degree nowadays, says Chicago Tribune. It the notion of cloistered halls where pale-faced students pored over musty tomes once held sway, that Idea has entirely disappeared. The dominant thought appears to be, how can the training of the schools be made most useful In bettering the conditions of human life. The University of Wiscon sin, for example, has been rendering great service to the people of our neighboring commonwealth through Its municipal reference bureau. Recog nising the activity In the field of city administration, It has collected Infor mation from all available sources, and is now ready to send out material on such s...

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 July 1910

9 J'fiir 4 f If YOUR BACKACHE WILLYIELD To Lydia E Plokhaoi'i Vegetable Compound Bloomdale. Ohio, "I suffered from terrible headaches, pains In my back iiw niDi eiae, m 11 was tired all the time and nerrovj. I could not leap, and eyerjr month I could hardly atand the pain. Lydia E. Piniham's vegeta. ble Compound re. stored me to health again and made ma feel like a new wo man. I hope thli -N.r . S' Matt will Tr.Anm other women to arall themseWes of this valuable medicine." Mrs. E. M. Frederick, Bloomdale, Ohio. Backache la a symptom of female weakness or derangement If you have backache don't neglect It To get permanent relief you must reach the root of the trouble. Nothing we know of will do this so aaf ely and surely s Lydia E. Finkham'a Vegetable Com pound. Cure' the cause of these dis tressing aches and pains and you will Become well and strong. ' ' The great Tolume of unsolicited tes timony constantly pouring in proves conclusively that Lydia E. Plnkham'i Vegetable Compound, ma...

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

i ESS Li sea EX. ft f ft I ME IV. J; My 1 SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. abscrlptlon. per year $1.00. Mx m oaths, 00c. 8 months, 85c. ANNOUNCEMENT. I hereby announce myself can dldate for county Judge from the 8d district, subject to the Demo oratlo voters at the August prim ary. Clarence Sander. SOCIALIST SPEAKING. Comrade McAllister will ad dress the people on Socialism as follows: Rootwad school house, July 0, at 8 :30, p. in. Greer school house. July 7 and 8, same hour. Rootwad. July 0. Tanner School house. July 10 In the afternoon, and at night on July 11. Mlnner's Switch, July 12 and 13, 8 :30, p. in. Sikeston, July 14, 15, 10 and 17. KILLED BY LIGHTNING. From Campbell Citizen. During an electrical storm near Senath Tuesday, a farmer plow ing in hU field was truck by light ning and instantly killed. All the clothing and the liue were torn from the left side and foot. The pair of fine mules he was driving were alto killed. During the same fctorm lightning struck a load of hay on which' t...

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