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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 24 September 1910

Sr. P.V FT- SCOTT COUNTY tUCKER. VOL. 9. BENTON, MO., SEPTEMBER 24, i9io. NO. 45 . OROWTH OF SOCIALISM Capitalism Is so stunned by the .'rapid growth of Socialism that its organs try to Ignore Its exist ence by refusing to say anything about it. Their , old clap-trap about "breaking up the home," "dividing up" and so on has run its course hence their ammuni tion Is all gone. There are noma of the capital lit organs iwho do not believe In the effectiveness of silence at this very molsy time, yet Jthey have no other solution to, offer. So they just sound the alarm and eautlon tho rapacious rulers to put on the breaks. The Atlanta, Gn., Constitution Nays: In a recent address President Taft predicted that the next great political movement In this country would lie led by the Soci aliHts. The nomination of Charles Ed ward Russell, whose name is fam iliar to all maglzlno readers, for governor of 'New York, on the So cialist ticket, and the consequent activity of his friends, directs at te...

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. — 24 September 1910

SI'S v, - mflnr, in v y k. SJJ I 1 X SCOTT COVHTY KICKER Mil A. HaffMP. Publisher. SjysWpPN. P1H Y1AH, II CAH, ttr6 at tht pott office In Benton. Mo.. WAR MADE IMPOSSIBLE. If all the "advanced" ideas were; adopted It would seem that war woull soon be made Impossible. Many schemes have been exploited In the shape of skillfully written newspaper or magazine articles, but the building of big warships continues. The latest claimant for attention at Washington is on Individual v. ho has conceived the brilliant plan of having ships carry n reel of barbed wire at thij stern, so arranged that an end can be thrown overboard while the vessel steams swiftly around the enemy un til the lattcr's propellers are so tan gled up that they cannot turn. Then, says the Inventor, "all the fleet need Is to sail away and leave its enemy's mon to starve and its ships to rust." Hut the naval authorities have filed away this most impressive sugges tion along with that of the man who ft few years ago wanted t...

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. — 24 September 1910

agggggggggggggggiMfc for? ?cw Tjrric&ttJLw to tht coast HONDURAS ti a particularly ap propriate name for that coon try of kills and valleys. It la said that Las Honduras (The Depths) Is the name given the country by the Spanish Conqulstadores In their march northward during their conquest of Central America proba bly so named for the difficulties en countered In making trail over the mountains. Entering tho republic on the Pacific or south side, wo landed at Amapala, n well-protected port situated on El Tlgre Island In the Bay of Fonseca. There Is only a short wharf at Ama pala to accommodate vessels of light draught, so we were hustled Into a canoe and rowed to the wharf by a na tive boatman. Here we were set upon by a throng of natives ranging from small boys to gray-balred men, every one of whom wished to carry our bag gage to the hotel. After much bicker ing, one youth agreed to carry all our bundles, fifteen In number, from the wharf to the custom house and thence to the ho...

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. — 24 September 1910

IF Grand Opening P Department IS). bS r. Store, Oram Mb This will be one of the Greatest Events that ever happenen in Oran. The doors of Banks' New Building will be swung open to the public of Scott and adjoining counties and the City of Oran, promptly at 8 o'clock, a. m., .00 (Seventy-five thousand dollars) worth of unexcelled, high-grade merchandise which we have selected direct from eastern markets and mills, and bought at greatly (d prices, so as to be' able to give the benefit to the people. This opening will be a remarkable one, long to be remembered by the fortunate ones who take advantage of new, iiever-equtuieu meruuuuuise ui oiuu&uwr .races: vxime: ue want w imxoaucs you into our new ne&aquarrers. lO $75,000 Reduced it. Think of it! V 1 This Sale will Continue for 15 days in Order that all our friends may have a Chance to Participate!. They who attend this opening will be highly entertained. We will have musical experts to make it pleasant for you. All who are pres...

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. — 1 October 1910

V J: ft1"! M. m. I t SCOTT VOL. T.UE "INTELLIGENT VOTER." To one who epos and knows, It would bo amusing were it not bo pathetic tho wny the average voter votes. Especially Is this true of the workers whom the politicians like to Inflate with tho Idea that they arc the "Intel ligent voters." What does tho average farmer or day laborer vote for anyway? Does ho ever consider tho matter In the same light as he does IiIm .private affairs? No. , The average voter looks at clec (Ions as n sort of picnic, where music, booze, cheap cigars and hot air are plentiful. He feels his Importance because the Hon orable Skinner and the Honor able Sonkcm smile on him and fhake hands. He feels that lie Is IT and gets In tho parade and marches and shouts. He Is a Dem ocrat or Republican because he was prejudice! that way In youth, and his prejudices are kept olive by the paper he reads and the speakers he listens to. Tho paper ho reads must bear bis party label. Occasionally the worm turns. Somehow he ...

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. — 1 October 1910

mmm if 1, V SCOTT CQVriTY KICKER US mil a- KtHsT febT ifntr, Publisher. ION. PIN YCAR. 1 CASH. mi the noit office in Btnton. Uo.. 14. UN, as aeeead-etass mall ssatur. ALIMONY AND DIVORCI. Now comet a New York woman who biure to be charged with "woman's umanity (or woman," professing to be shocked at the multiplicity ot di vorces and proposing a remedy In the total abolition of alimony, sups Omaha (Bee. She concedes the prospect ot jallmony to be the chief cause ot di vorces granted to women and de nounces the system as nothing but a jslmple graft Undoubtedly many de signing women can consistently take no exceptions to these charges, and jit is not to bo questioned that som 'unscrupulous lawyers will co-operate with women for the purpose ot ob taining financial emolument through Ithe operation ot the divorce courts, COUNTRY ALL RIGHT A STRIKINGLY STRONG ARTICLE BY COL. HARVEY. THE WRITER SEES NO CLOUD MA Plea for the Conservation of GAYNOR IS FORCED TO OUIT TALKING Common Sense" That...

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. — 1 October 1910

IS as. fiiinnimmnnmini, MISSOURI STATE NEWS iimiiiiiiiniiHiium Plant for Cross Stats Flight That cron country flight from It. Louis to Kansas City It not off yet George M. Myert, prcindent of the Aero Club of Kantat City, talked with the men who are to handle the St Loult end of the flight. "Scarcity of aviator," Mr. Myert tatd. "There are too many big prizes offered In the East Jutt now to give the ttar per formers a chance to get out this far. Even the big offer of $30,000 for a flight from New York to Chicago hasn't been taken up yet. There are only two American aviators who stand much of a chance of winning the big prize Curtlss and Hamilton. .Both have their hands' full just now. Ham Uton having recently also been badly hurt In a flight. "We may get enough contestants this fall. It we can't get them now we can get them next spring. At any rato the flight will he held, and it will be a big one." Purchased Cups, Beer Free. An inquiry instituted by the elder of two country churche...

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. — 1 October 1910

BANKS LI Oran, If U DEPARTMENT Goes STORE it On. You Lose if you do not follow the Crowd and take advantage of the Slaughter of Prices and the Consequent Unheard-of Bar gains that are offered at our Mammoth Store in every Department. Ask those who have attended this Grand Opening Sale, l Re sale will close Saturday, October 8, and you 'd better hurry. We here quote prices on a few of the thousands of bargains we offer: DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. A full line of dress goods, con sisting of volls, poplins, mohair, Steillian, etc., worth S1.50, open ing sale price, per yard Sflc. A full line of dress poods, such A3 fancy stripes, suitings, mo hairs avorth 73c. to Sl.OO per yard, now only 43c. A big line of dress goods worth 50c to 60. per yard now only 29c. A full line of suitings In assort ed colors, worth 50e. per yard, at this" great sale only.. 20c. Cotton suitings pongees, etc. worth 35c. to 50c. per yard, now at this sale only ....10c. A big line of dress gingham, all Ktripes and che...

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. — 8 October 1910

& r ''f ' " . SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. VOL. 9. BENTON, MO., OCTOBER 8, i9io. s 1 A1 u jtW NO. 47 A World-Wide Movement. The Irtrength of Socialism or 'working claw movement lies in "the fact that it Is 'as world-wide as its enemy capitalism. In Eu rope, Asia, Africa, South and North America wherever cap italism mica, there, also, hns Bo Aialsm a foot-hold. 'This Is necessary because it -would do the workers no good to organize in sections nor along national or race lines. Capital ism docs not care for the color or nationality 'of its slaves. If it can't get whites to work it gets blacks; if the blacks get stub born they get yellow or brown men. The only consideration Is profits. And if a Chinaman Is more profitable than a white man, the "Chink" gets the Job. The pages of history are dotted with the revolts of slaves against -the masters. But none of these revolts have proved more than temporarily successful and very lew oven that. With the modern instruments of warefare the workers ...

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. — 8 October 1910

IS1 if l! I if tit b i IB SCOTT COUNTY KICKER Phil A Hafnsf, PublUhtr. UMCHimON. PW YIAWi tl CASH, Batsrtd at th poit office In Bunion. Mo., nfc 14. IMS. u ateona-ctasi malt mailer. 00 INCHEB MAKI THE MAN? Until the Umi of the u between Russia and Japan the abort man wat obliged to defend tha prowaaa of his kind by eitlnf Napoleon aa tn exam ple ot what thort periona could do. Baltac, the great French novelist, nhoie height was a trifle moro than five feet, often half whimsically, often iserlously, endeavored to ihow a con jnection between thort atature and ex cellence, it wai also a source of con solation to him and to other men who were not In the tall class, to read In history that the Roman conquerors were short. But after the Russo-Japanese war It became evident to all that stature had nothing to do with the caso, unless, perhaps, the victory ot the little Jap proved that the short man was the superior of the tall. But now come the municipal authorities in our cities, who say t...

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. — 8 October 1910

if A French Toilettes V f7 'It' "?1 THE toilet at tho left Is of black and white checked wool. The skirt Is composed of two breadths cut on the bias nnd trimmed with straightway bands of tho mntorlal. The blouso has a yoke of tho mate rial which is cut In ono piece with the sleeves and trimmed with tho ftralghtaway bands, also with folds of 'yellow satin and buttons. Tho girdle is of black liberty and tho little gulmpe, hardly more than a collar, Is of embroidered batleto or lace. The blouse fastens In the back. Tho other toilet is of dark blue cloth. The upper part of tho skirt Is slightly gathered and Is finished with SIMPLE FROCKS FOR GIRLS Trimmings and Decorations, by No Means Elaborate, Will Ac complish Wonders. Many of tho simple frocks for girls are mado smart by tho addition of flat, stiff bows, tmall or large, but usu ally the latter, placed at all sorts! un expected places upon a flounce, at a Ingle pocket, or low on the skirt, near the hem, says a writer. Such bows may f...

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. — 8 October 1910

8?.' 9 i ft ffiuret- If f- lie If 2i to SCOTT COUNT K1CKHL faeecrlptlon. per year,. 41.00. Ms moats. 60c 8 months, alio. SOCIALIST TICKET. For Judge of Supreme Court JOHN F. WILLIAMS. For State Supt. of School JOHN It. BROWN. For R. R. and Warehouse Cora'r U. S. BARNSLEY. For Congress, 14th District PHIL. A. HAFNER. For Circuit Judge. 28th Circuit JOHN F. SCOTT. For Representative C. M. WEAVER. For Presiding Judge Co. Court A. A. EVANS. For Associate Judge, 1st. Diet. JOE MACKLEY. For Associate Judge. 2d DIst. J. R. SHULTZ. For Probate Judge I. M. DAUGHERTY. For Circuit Clerk J. W. JACOB. For County Clerk ROY E. SIBLEY. For Recorder EARLY 8L1NKARD. For Prosecuting Attorney A. Q. MILLER. For Collector ALEX B. THOMPSON. For Public Administrator GEO. W. MINTER. Bylvanlff township, dismissed for want or sumcient signatures. No action taken on netltkMi u re sented asking for a vote on 'high- way engineer's ornce. In matter of drain ditch 7, proof of notice to land owners fil ed and repor...

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. — 15 October 1910

Is v SCOTT COUNTY yol: 9. BENTON, MO., OCTOBER I5. 1P10. NO. 48 438 1 rj f w. PORTUGAL IN REVOIT. Only last week the Kicker told 'of -the struggle of the people of 'Spain and Portugal to free them 1 selves from the combination yoke of Church and State and that they would succeed. In these days j of air ships, wireless telegraphy and talking machines, vtho ignor ance and superstitions of tho Age of Darkness tnust disappear. And scarcely had the Kicker been sent out when the news came that the Portugese people had overthrown the monarchy, driven the king out and established a republic and' that an outbreak was expec ted in Spain at any moment. Bear In mind that the people of Spain and Portugal are all Catholics. No other church Is tol 'erated there. Henco the people ore revolting against the oppres sion of their own church. There rr no public schools in Spain nor Portugal, as there arc in (Germany, France or in this conn try. The people arc educated In tho parochial schools. The poor ...

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. — 15 October 1910

j, , . If SCOTT COVrtTY KICKER it mi Hi a- I Hit f j aw mm- mm HHP Phil A- Hefner. Publisher. CKimON, PKH VAH, SI CASH. ntsred at Ut poat offlco In Benton. Mo.. It, uss. u awjoaa-ciaM buui wuur. SHOPPING IN MIDOCEAN. The wireless message pulsing orer the sea has put the voyaging financier In dally communication with the bourses of New York, London and Paris. Even In mldocean the capital-' ist may buy or sell, with a view to the protection or the profit ot his purse. But It were vain (or mere man to Imagine that he could reserve this Instrumentality to his exclusive use. It tho wireless can be utilized to make or to conserve money, it fol lows as the night tho day that It is available for spending money. The enterprising merchant could not fall (to be alert to this opportunity to In crease the debit side ot a fair client's iaccount, says Washington Post. Fath ers, husbands, brothers have cherished the thought that when thetr dear ones were safely at sea In swift and luxur ious palace...

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. — 15 October 1910

mm MISSOURI CENSUS SH0WU29U35 PRDIftAL PIQURES I N 01 C ATI TH1 POPULATION DKCRIAtl IN S1V1NTY CUNTHt.'; ( TOTAL GAIN 6 PER v,tNT k Louis City an&Ccunty and Jack son prevent State Daollna Bu chanan Courty and at. Joaaph uffar'oaa of 28,81k Washington, D. C The census re turns' for the lis countlea of Mlnourl are aure to be disappointing to nearly two-thirds of the counties 0 the state, as well as to the people of the state at large for the Increase In population (or the last decade waa only 6 per cent, as compared to 16 per cent In the decade froth, 1890 to 1900. The population of the state Is now 3,29.1, 836, compared to 3,106,665 In 1900 and 3,679,184 In 1890. The Increase from 1100 to 1910 was 186,670, as compared with an Increase of 427,481 In the pre ceding decad-j. The decrease Is not confined to any particular section of the state. It la easier, In fact, to point out the places where there was Increase than to enumerate the counties that show a decline. The city of St. Lo...

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. — 15 October 1910

Hi . .Al ii if. KflCi. I lias ta MS "SOCIALIST TICKET. Tor Jaige ofaSpreme Court JOHN F. WILLIAMS. For State Supt. or Schools JOHN L. BROWN. For B. R. and Warehouse Com'r U. B. BARNSLEY. For Congress, 14th District PHIL. A. HAFNER. For Circuit Judge, 28th Circuit JOHN FT SCOTT. For Representative C. M. WEAVER. For Presiding Judge Co. Court A. A. EVANS. For Associate Judge, 1st Dist. JOE MACKLEY. For Aoeociate Judge, 2d Dirt J. R. SHULTZ. For Probate Judge 's. M. DAUGHERTY. For Circuit Clerk J. W. JACOB. For County Clerk ROY E. SIBLEY. For Recorder EARLY 8LINKARD. For Prosecuting Attorney A. Q. MILLER. For Collector ALEX B. THOMPSON. For Public Administrator GEO. W. MINTER. SPEAKER'S DATES. Edward Brown, Socialist nomi nee for the legislature from the 44th Illinois district, will speak at: Tanner School House. Frldny, October 14, at 7 :30 P. M. Sikcston, Saturday. October, 15, nt 2:30 and 7.30 P.M. Mlnner's Switch, Sunday, Octo ber 16, at 7 :30 P. M. Diehlstndt, Monday, October 17, u...

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. — 22 October 1910

F . . SCOTT COUNTY VOL. 9. BENTON, MO., OCTOBER 22, i9io. NO. 49 THINK IT OVER The Kicker wants to Impress tupon the roters the fundamental "difference between the political program of capitalism and Boot allsm. When a oapltallst oandl date goes after an office and buys it, or somebody buys it for 3hlm, the Job belongs to him, or those who bought It. for him. "The official feels under 110 obli gations to the masses. With Socialism It Is different candidates are nominated by ref erendum vote, and the humblest -cltiien bas as much to say as a Pearpont Morgan could have. There Is no campaign fund with which to buy boose or bribe newspapers and voters. The only campaign fund we have Is gathered by voluntary contribu tion from among the people, and Is expended In educating the peo plepaying the .expenses of speakers, buying literature, etc. The receipts and , expenditure are published monthly by the secretary, so that all may know how the funds they contribute are applied. For years the ...

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. — 22 October 1910

SCOTT COVrtTY KICKER Will A- Hsfnor. Publisher. 'mi If:,'' MMdiimoN, pMh yeah, ti cash'. Bjntrt4 M the poit otClea In Benton, Ma! ftob. 14, INI, M second-class malt maitsr. 0.IP.L8 IN CITIES. The young girl who tried dramatic ally to take her life in New York re cently through disappointment and disillusion placed the blame upon the wrong; shoulders. It in no degree rests upon either the business or pub lic social side of American life, says Washington Post The responsibility tor such an outcome must be borne by thoso who are In duty bound to glvo .helr children right views of life. The light of a young girl, however preco cious, going to a city like New York without friends or advisers to whom he would listen, and very evidently head-strong and Impulsive, there to spend two years writing a book and precious manuscripts which she ro mantically wishes to bo burled with her, calls forth nothing but pity. But this sentiment does not obscure the fact that the girl was permitted to gain ...

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. — 22 October 1910

L 1 XT THE . J 1 IS ft 'S& 29 1 Big Harvest From Unredeemed Money jlfABHINQTON. The United States If government in fifty years bM ae ramulated 118,000,000 from nnre learned money. A long-standing ques ton, namely: Row much doe a gov irnment make through the failure of to dtlsens to present it paper for redemption? to answered fairly ae mrately for our country in these fig tree. Expert mathematician! la the tJnlted States have figured on the problem, and the reiulta they hare ibtained by different method! are io tearly identical as to lead the layman feel confident that they have hit wmewhere near the mark. Obviously the difficulties surround ng the Rtatletlclan wishing to tabu ate the gains of the government from 'Jils source are almost insurmounta Me, If accurate figures are what he Is looking for. The destruction of pa jer money of all sorts goes on mold- 7 throughout the country, yet this oss is never reported to the treasury, so tne mathematicians have had to taxe tne comple...

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. — 22 October 1910

If it r is? $1 .31 131 t 'X .it If;! ' i lit is; IE In lift For Judge of Supreme Court JOHN F. WILLIAMS. For State Supt. of 8ohoo1s JOHN L. BROWN. For R. R. and Warehouse Com'r U. S. BARNSLEY. For Congress, 14th District PHIL. A. HAFNBR. For Circuit Judge, 28th Circuit JOHN F. SCOTT. For Representative C. M. WEAVER. For Presiding Judge Co. Court A. A. EVANS: For Associate Judge, 1st. Dist. JOE MACKLEY. For Associate Judge, 2d Dist. J. R. SHULTZ. For Probate Judge I. H. DAUQHERTY. For Circuit Clerk J. W. JACOB. For County Clerk ROY E. SIBLEY. For Recorder EARLY SLINKARD. For Prosecuting Attorney A. Q. MILLER. For Collector ALEX B. THOMPSON. For Public Administrator GEO. W. MISTER. SPEAKER'S DATES. Edward Brown, Socialist nomi nee for the legislature from the 44th Illinois district, will speak nt: Cary, Friday October 21, nt 7 : 30 p. in. Commerce, Saturday, Octobea 22 nt 2:. JO p. in. Illmo. .Saturday October 22, at 7:o0p.m. selves of the economic principles for which each candidate ...

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