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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 9 July 1910

a if SCOTT COUNTY RICHER VOL. 9. BENTON, MO., JULY 9, i9io. NO. 34 If m MM a 1 12 I I WHY KICK YOURSELF. What use will the capitalists have for Ithelr great newspapers ' when they can no longer deceive ' the workers with these organs? " The proof of the way the capital ' 1st press Is losing Its power with " the working class was shown in " the recent contest for the presi dency bf the St. Louis Central 'Trades and Labor Union. Both -the Republic and Globe-Democrat .jiounded hard to defeat Louis JPhllllppl, the Socialist. All sorts vof deceptive and cunning 'lies caU Adulated to Btlr up strife were let 'loose, yet Phllllppl was elected by m majority of nearly three to one. It Is the capitalist press that has kept Gompers and Mitchell In the forefront of organized labor. "But the workers began to under . stand, and for the past two years the federal courts have attended to this Job. When the American Federation of Labor meets In an- nual convention to elect officers, the court kindly ...

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 July 1910

SCOTT COVriTY KICKER Mill A Hsfner. publisher. BWimON, pun VKAW. tl CASH, ntered at the poit office In Benton, Mo.. . It, ires, u eioona-cian man manor. EQULATINO THE UtEO ARMS. That la an Interesting and a sug gestive proposal which has been mad at Albany to leglilate against the common use ana even owuersuip oi tie Ingenious device which has been avented tor silencing the noise ot fire arms, says New York Tribune. That device Is said to be so effective as to Eake the discharge ot a rifle or a pie 1 nearly noiseless, without decreas ing the lethal effectiveness ot the jWeapon. It Is easily conceivable that such an attachment to military fire arms would be ot Inestimable advan tage In warfare, a noiseless rifle using smokeless powder giving practically no Information as to the location ot Its ROOSEVELT 6ETS HTO CAMPAIGN PRESIDENT AND PREDECESSOR IN FIRST MEETING SINCE DE PARTURE FOr. AFRICA. G. 0. P. BATTLE PLANNED Measures for State and National Elections Discussed Has Narrow Escap...

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 July 1910

1 Iviv 'if ft m m s i If! n .AS i n Pretty Neckwear MOTHER OF HEROES Has Given Six Sons Into Unci Sam's Service. ONE of the most popular forms or neckwear In many a day Is the " Dutch collar, and It has come back this spring with all the popu larity of last season. Hitherto there has been little variation In these col lars except as to decoration; but now comes a model that Is distinctly new It Is the square Dutch collar, and the woman who appears In one of these smartly odd accessories will at once be recognized as being, If we may be 'permitted the phrase, "up to the nines" In fashion. They are made of white linen, beau tifully embroidered, and edged at the neck with a narrow Irish or cluny lace and a wider lace at the outer edge. Of course the lace must be real AAA SMALL FLOWERS ON HATS I a rule which holds good In all neck wear. One-half of the pattern and design are given. They may be transferred to the linen by means of carbon pa per and worked In eyelet and French embroidery....

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 July 1910

m, was, .r ft' iter a. ft SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Subscription, per ypar,. $1.00. Ms a oaths, 60c. 8 months, 85e. ANNOUNCEMENT. I hereby announce myself can didate for county Judge from the fid district, subject to the Demo cratlo voters at the August prim ary. Clarence Sanders. SOCIALIST SPEAKING. Comrade McAllister will ad dress the people on Socialism as follows: Greer, July 7 and B, 8 p. m. New. Harmony, July 0, 8 p. m. Tanner, Sunday afternoon, Ju ly 10,. at 2 o'clock. Chaney, July 11 and 12, 8 p.m. Mlnner July 13 and 14, 8 p. m. Slkeston, July 15 and 16. Everybody In Rlchwoods should (turn out and hear McAllister. At each meeting some comrade (take up a collection to help de fray the expense. Chewnlngs Chappel, Sunday Ju ly 17, at 2 p. in. BUSY EVERYWHERE. Guilford, Kan.. June BO. The Socialists of this county have nominated a ticket and placed men in the race for the legisla ture. A hot campaign Is on. Herrln 111... June 80. Marlon Herrin, Cartervllle, Murphysboro. Uu Quoin. Joh...

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 July 1910

9W WW 8? f SCOTT COUNTY mCMER. VOL. 9. BENTON, M0M JULY 16, i9io. NO. 35 In Barbarous Mexico! About the time President Taft Was touring to the border of Mexico to swap spit with Diaz, the American Magazine, of New York, announced fchat It had se cured the story of Mexico through John Kenneth Turner, a .former newspaper reporter on the Mexican Herald, and that Its publication would startle the na tion. To get the story the Kicker and thousands of others sent In their coin to subscribe for the tnagtzerie. The first Installment appeared just after Taft had wined and dined with the Mexican tyrant. It created a terrible furore, and every effort .was made to stop further publicity. Even congress threatened to Increase the rate of postage on magazines to a pro hibitive point. But the publisher stood firm and said the story -would continue. But The system Is resourceful. The magazine did not fear the -visible government at Washing ton. But when the real power, the Invisible government, know...

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 July 1910

iiC 7 . f -v Ml liWX L" I' t it i .t SCOTT COVrtTY KICKER pttH A. HSfnor, fuWaher. 6HIFTI0N CKH VSAH, SI CASH, stared at Um pot office In Benton. Miv. fiitx 14, ItH. m seeead-elass Mil maiur. OLD-AGE PENSIONS. Tie expected has happened. A bill tor old-age penalona has been Intro duced In the house of representatives, the Introducer Is William Bauchop Wilton ot Bloieburg, Pa former coal miner, former International secretary tt the United Mine Workers of Ameri ca, who now makes a living for his ten children on a farm, when he is not lucky enough to be drawing a repre sentative's salary, says Brooklyn Eagle. The provisions of the bill give $120 a year to each man or woman over the age of sixty-five who has neither property worth $1,500 nor an Income of over $240 a year. Modesty Is to be expected ot an entering wedge. But Wilson's measure Is too modest by half. This Is a rich coun try. How can it expect a person over sixty-five years old to live comfortably on $120 a year? It the old-ag...

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 July 1910

Camels Are die Freight Cars of Bagdad WASHINGTON Borne of tho weekly consular and trad reports re ceived in Washington from represent atlrei of th United Utei in foreign lands tell of interesting thlngi In other countrlea. Among those recent ly received was a report on the uie of camels as freighters., According to this report nearly 90,000 camels are used in the vlllayet of Bagdad as beasts of burden and with donkeys they form the only means of carrying goods to the Inland points. Camel caravans go In "strings," seven camels to the string, with two men in charge. For a camel 460 pounds is a good load, the nack being divided into halves. A burdened camel travels two miles an. hour; on long trips across the desert 13 miles s, day in an average march, though swift messengers, like the mounted dromedary potts from Bagdad to Moo soul and Damascus, make forty, fifty and even more miles at a stretch. Freight between Bagdad and inland points in Mesopotamia Is commonly packed In pairs of ba...

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 July 1910

fir ww? F I.. I- r r- 'A i . 1 ! ! If it? r 8 SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Batecrlpttoa. per year,.'.i.$1.00. Mx months. 00c Saionths, Site. .ANNOUNCEMENT. I hereby announce myself can dldate for county Judge from the Sd dlatrict, subject to the Demo crats voters at tne'August prim ary. Clarence Bandera. SOCIALIST SPEAKING. Comrade McAllister will ad dress the people on Socialism aa follow: , Slkeston, Friday and Saturday, July 15 and 16, p.m. Chewnlngs Chappel, Sunday Ju ly 17, at 2 p. in. Lusks, Monday, July 18. 8 p. m. Commerce, Tuesday, July 19, 8 p. m. Illmo, Wednesday, July 20, 8 P. m. Edna, Thursday, July 21, 8 p.m. Chaffee. Friday, July 22, 8, p. m. Oran, Saturday, July 2a. ut 4 asjd 8 p. m July. 24 to 30 In Richland twp, Alex Thompson, County Secy. Collections shoulld be taken up at each meeting to help defray the expense. ANOTHER 'MORAL" WAVE. No doubt you have heard the expression, "It would make a dog laugh." Well, that n the way I feel about capitalism's code of morals. Like ca...

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 July 1910

SCOTT BENTON, MO., JULY 23, i9io. RICHER. ' i. NO. 36 Liberty Requires Education. ' "How many of the working-claw nothers and fathers are In interested In the eduoatlon of the children of their neighbors? How many realize the Importance of It? How many people atop to con .vAder that the children of today ' wtOJbe the government of tomor row, and that the kind of govern ment depends on the degree of intelligence among the combined mass that compose that govern v .mant Therefore, keep lm mind vtiils not enough If your own child ren are educated but It Is also im portant that all other children .should be given that greatest of tall blessings education 1 No In telligent mass of people can be enslaved, but an Ignorant mass ..Always bends to the yoke. 'Tils principle is recognized In '"Missouri's compulsory school law. ' That law was bitterly opposed by -the agents of darkness and their dupes, and It is-not enforced be cause the ruling class does not want It enforced. So long as the .mas...

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 July 1910

SCOTT COVilTY KICKER Will A Hafner. Publisher. fUMfeHIFTION, PW Y1AH. 1 CASH. nurtd at. the post office In Benton, Mn., Fek. 14. IHI, m Moond-class mall mailer. INFANTILE PARALYS1. At various points throughout the country there are vivid recollections of the deaths due to the mysterious outbreak of Infantile paralysis. Not only children, but elderly persons were among Its victims. At New York those who dted from the malady Included a prominent business man anu a print who had visited young members of his flock afflicted with Infantile paralysis and caught the Illness from them. There were numerous cases In St Paul and Minneapolis. Specialists in the Rockefeller laboratories at New York have been working on Infantile paralysis for a year, using monkeys In experiments which have demonstra ted that it Is not due to an abnormal condition of the blood, but Is an In fectious disease of the spinal cord. Despite ncreful microscopic search for a distinctive microbe, so far none has been foun...

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 July 1910

"Gold Molasses By BELLES MANIATES Coprriihl, igux, by AssoslaUd Uittur Pi ft 99 There was to be a leap year dance down at the Corne'n, and consequently all the yo'MK fllen in the vicinity wort a halt receptive, half sheepish air. Two of them, Warren Youngs and Ar thur Haskell, rivals for the affections of Hetty Lane, were In a state of great anxiety. Hitherto odds had been even, but now surely Hetty must needs show her hand, and the man who was Invited to the dance would have reason to believe himself to be the favored one. Hetty was wise and wily. Warren had the fastest horse In the county and Arthur was going to buy an auto mobile In the spring. So she did not 'mean to let things come to an issue lor some time yet. Besides, she really didn't know which one she liked the better, so she decided to invite a third young man. "It doesn't really matter whom t go with," she reflected, "for once there I can dance with any ono I choose. I have n great mind to nsk John Wylle. It would be su...

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 July 1910

I I EN '4V SCOTT COUNT! KICKER. Subscription, per year, $1.00. Mx saoatk. 60c. 8 months, SBc. ANNOUNCEMENT. I hereby announce myself can didate for county Judge from the 8d district, subject to the Demo oratlo voters at the August prim ary. Clarence Sanders. SOCIALIST SPEAKING. Comrade McAllister will ad dress the people on Socialism as follows: Chaffee, Friday, July 212, 8, p. m. Oran, Saturday, July J3. at 4 anti 8 p. to July. 24 to 30 in RIchlr.nd twp. Alex Thompson, County Sec'v. Dlehlstadt, Tuesday, August 2, at 8 p. m. Oak Grove, Tuesday, August 2. at 8 p. m. Collections shoulld be taken up at each meeting to help defray the expenses. , HERE AND YOXDKK. J. R. snultz, the Socialist can didate for county Judge from this district, was here Tuesday. He Is preparing for a trip to St Joseph to spend a month with wf WeP' K -u huIt2' -Mr-snultz is a railroad engineer ?n?' lHbc,Per' Evidently he stands well among his neighbors for he has repeatedly boon elected tratlon of Edna and Is n...

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. — 6 August 1910

SCOTT COUNTY RICHER. VOL. 9. BENTON, MO., AUGUST 6 , i9io. NO. 38 Observations by the Kicker. Ou the Fourth day of last month the orators of capitalism told the workers how free they are. But no mnn Is a free- man so long as another mnn owns the means by which he must earn a living. Fif ty years ngo the chattel slave power used the lash to drive men to work, and the laws were so framed that there was no Retting away from the lash. The slave power then, as now, made the laws, and If any Raps were left down they were carefully; filled In by succeeding legislatures. And finally, lu the Dred Scott decision, the black man was held to have 110 rights at all. Today the wage slave power has substituted hunger and wnnt for the lash. And the laws are so framed that there Is no way for the workers to get nway. They, the capitalists, own the means by and thru which the others must live, and "the propertyless or working class can work nnd live only on the terms dictated by the owning class. As a...

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. — 6 August 1910

,1 V 'j&MtOTT COVHTY KICKER esmdiPTteN. hh 3BZvs3 HH V1AH, 1 SIM la Bsnton, M-WM CA1H. EST. mU ssaiter. tv r i "5 41. HAITI KILLS TAtTB. ' Everywhere haste nan art amose pa. What la the nhw tor eo re tptadant a failure aa the consresslon-, el library at Washington? Simply that taste precluded a thorough aaaturlng f the general scheme and prevented the mural palntan althar tram har fcnonlsing their work with tha whole or even doing their Individual best Why Is the average tall building, In iplta ot It Imposing mass, a poor thing to look at? Simply because the architect has hurriedly applied Irrelevant orna ment to the work ot tho engineer. "Under commercial conditions these makeshifts may seem inevitable. But the vice ot precipitancy runs through our whole social structure. Academe and Parnassus suffer violence, and the, Violent take them by force. How many university chairs have been occupied ty glib young scholars whose achieve ment was mostly verbal, while sound learning langu...

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. — 6 August 1910

new of Qwrford Jioteh AFTER sitting over a desk elev en months without a moment's respite, 1 knew that I must hare some diversion from my unremitting toll; In (act a va cation was Imperative, and I determined to get out at once. Mr raecca was and ever will be the White mountains, and to their peaceful, rest ful solitude I fled, taking with me only a short skirt, sweater and heavy boots for mountain climbing. My funds would not permit me to locate at even the smaller hotels, and hearing of a quiet farmhouse In. the town of Kearsarge, I secured board and settled down for tho time of my life. Although very tired and weary from my long Journey, I awoke next morn ing bright and early, refreshed and ready for mountain climbing, for it must be remembered that the Invig orating air of old New Hampshire hlils has a sudden as well as perma nent effect I did Kearsarge easily, a steady climb of three miles, hard miles, too, but well worth the effort when one considers the delightful view awaiti...

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. — 6 August 1910

IP Ml l I I ill Ml I'HI ! .lYXVVJl COOIITY. KICKER. .'per year,... .....$1.00, Oo. s month a, 85c. f.' 4 '1 BP r :? 1 $ v II: SKN IN ST. LOUIS As I was riding out on a Mark et street oar In St Louis recent ly between 12th and Tath streets I BotlceoTunder comtruction a very magnificent building that occulted the entire block. I did not recall the' location of Arch Bishop Glennons new ten million dollar cathedral, and the thought struck me that this musf be it So I turned to a passenger a ltd asked WMt building it was. "The Jail," he answered. The answer knocked me out. But, fearing that the noise and rumbling of the cnrs might have caused me to misunderstand, I repeated the question, and again came the answer: "The Jail the new Four Courts." B.t this time I had gained con KClonsness sufficiently to reason thusly: "Well it amounts to about the name thing. Both the churches and the Jails are Insti tutions provided by capitalism to make people good, and it is for these that we spend our...

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. — 13 August 1910

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VOL. 9 BENTON, MO., AUQUST lj, i9io. NO. 39 1 HOW IT HAPPENED. I am going to give you my view of the result of tbe primary elec tion, and I Rope to dot It without giving offense. My view may not be correct, but I will giro It for what It to worth and try to ac count for tbe defeat of Snowden and ChMsmon men who have "stuck to the party" very closely in recent year. , Arthur Chrlsmon halls from 'Tywapplty bottom. From boy thood he was an 'Insurgent" In -the Democratic ranks. Until the past few years pafty matters were settled by conventions, and the weather never got to bad for Arthur Chrlsmon and Harvey Moore to come from Lusks as del egates to oppose the machine. George Chrlsmon. Arthur's uncle, has always been, more or less, a machine adherent and supported John E. Marshall and Joe Russell. When John E.'Marshalll made Ms last stand in this county six .years ago he carried only hit own township and Lusks. If my mem ory serves me correctly, E. L. Brown was one o...

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. — 13 August 1910

SCOTT COVrtTY KICKER pm A- Hefner. Pusilshsr. rt 14 to S3 1&- m K fuftwimw, sm YiAn, 11 cash. ntered at tli pot oRtca In Benton, Ma.. IVa, 14, IMS. as etoond-oUti man inltr. COOLING At EASY A HEATINtt. Now, when one cornea to think ot It. there It dlflculty la uadentandlm why humanity has always realized the need of mitigating the severity of cli mate that takes the form ot cold, but for the most part still assumes the Im possibility of doing anything to tem per heat, from which we suffer al most as much, says New York Time At less expense than that by which houses are warmed In winter they can bo cooled In summer, and, while the winter heating, thanks to our strange refusal to learn the art of ventilation, Involves the creation ot conditions in jurious to health, those which sum mer cooling would establish would probably be In every way beneficial to vs. At any rate, the thing Is per fectly practicable. Of course, If adopted, it would add to the cost of living, but it would als...

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. — 13 August 1910

' 4 p A Violets or Roses By Claim Mackh Coyyrlgat, M, fer Asoooteted literary Prm Whan Noel Oimond asked her if he might lend flowers the night of the Haiken hall Mllred Vard smiled enig matically. "You are very kind, Indeed; and I am especially fond of white violets." Her quick glance caught his .Ittle start of surprise at the hint White violets at that season were quite he yoncj the slim purse of young Mr. Os mond. Noel's lips hardened into a straight line. All the pleasure he might feel In knowing that Mildred would wear his flowers was lost in the thought that the flowers would hold no mean ing for her beyond their novelty and extravagance. He did not remain long after that Rather grave and preoccupied, he held Mildred's hand In his own for a brief Instant and then-. went away. JVben he reached the florist's he turned In and asked for white violets. The clerk brought out a jar of the white blossoms, velvety, exquisite In texture, but quite odorless. The price was away beyond Noe...

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. — 13 August 1910

if ft 1 i I',' IS 1 I IP IK it' if-1 I :,J! THI MACHINE AT .WORK The appropriation machine tout down Tuesday until next Tuesday, when it will meet in special term, to consider the sa loon petition of ,T. J. Astor, of Chaffee, and on Wednesday an adjourned term begins. The show Woes on without much intermis sion. 8ay, tax-payers, if you caught a fellow stealing a chicken and you had been missing hogs, you might suspect that the same fel low got your hogs, mightn't you? Well, I am acquainted with ths cost of printing, and If 1 prove to you that there la 73 per cent graft in this, then Is it not reasonable to suppose that a like amount of graft exists elsewhere? I am familiar with printing, but know nothing about the other bills, Hence I deal with that of which I KNOW and can prove, In Stoddard county the printing was let in accorance with law to the lowest bidder. There were 40,000 ballots, and the Vindi cator bid $26 and got the jab. The .Stoddard county ballot was much larger than t...

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