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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 29 October 1910

SCOTT COUNTY mcnER. WOL. 9. BENTON, MO., OCTOBER 29, i9io. NO. 5o sit? 1 "SHALL THE PEOPLE RULE?" ff The action of the county court ".in Ignoring, for two months, the petition ot the farmers asking for -their lawful right to vote on the uiurtlnn of whether or not the office of highway engineer should be abolished, ought to open their X peepers Just a little. Two years ago the Democratic spell-binders '"and newspapers yawped unceas ingly during the campaign about "Suall the people rule?" 80 far tas Scott county is concerned, the -voters "bit," and we now have what the Democrats call "the people rule." At the August term there was (. presented by George Vlnyard, .secretary of the farmers' union, a petition signed by hundreds of -tax-payers, asking THAT THE Question be suBMiTTED.That -was all. The law provides that a petition signed by ten per cent ot the tax paying cltliens from two-thirds of the townships the court may order an election to vote on the question. Such a pe--tltlon was ...

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. — 29 October 1910

ii SCOTT COVrtTY KICKER Will A. Hafnsr. Publisher. fMMftKimON. PER VIAH, 1 CA1H, pimt at Mi pott office In Benton. Mo., Kb. 1. UN. m aeooad-cUsa mall Mttir. CENTER OP POPULATION. In the predictions as to the show. ,lng which the census figures would (make there was one virtually agreed upon that the center of population would he shitted some distance west ward from Its location In 1890, which was sis miles southeast of Columbus, Ind., says Toledo Blade. But this pre diction was one of the kind which goes wrong. The census people lme tentatively announced that the mark will hnvo to be moved but slightly. The west has flourished tremendous ly in ten years. It has gained not 'onlv nfW rnltrnntla. Vi tha 1,1 ,roads have been renewed. Irrigation ,has caused new lands to be cultivated , and new cities and towns to bo build ed. Such cities as Seattle have profited In wealth and population by , the opening of new territory, the de velopment of new resources, the lin ing In of the once deser...

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. — 29 October 1910

ft ft)1 fdL Theater Waists I II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I HI 1 1 1 1 i I H ISjaBjaBjaBjaBBBJSjaBjaBjaBBBBaLBI BLOODY GROUND Germany Erects Fitting Memori al on Gravelotte Battlefield. THE blouse at the lett Is of black moussellne do sole made up over black silk and trimmed with bands of Jet embroidery. The waistcoat Is of light blue silk Yelvet trimmed with the black mous sellne de sole and trimmed with a motif of gold embroidery, as Is also the girdle, the latter of black liberty. The yoke or gulmpc is of white lace. The sleeves are trimmed with the FUR TRIMMING THE VOGUE i According to Fashion's Present Edict It Is Almost Impossible to Overdo It. Surely there never was a time when the economical woman could more gladly bring out from the moth balls 11 the fur she has inherited and bought She can have It dipped and combed and put It on every gown that she will wear this winter. The nightgown is almost the only robe that is not fur trimmed, and one would not be surprised to see one ap...

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. — 29 October 1910

Its Dili 1 f i 1 m I't r-g. lift 8COTT COUNTY KICKER. Subscription, per year -.$1.00. tlx month, 60c. 8 monthi, 8 lie. SOCIALIST TICKET. For Judge of Supreme Court JOHN F. WILLIAMS. For State Supt. of Schools JOHN L. BROWN. For R. R. and Warehouse Com'r U. 8. 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. Dist JOE MACKLEY. For Associate Judge, 2d Dirt J. R. SHULTZ. For Probate Judge B. M. DAUGHERTY. Fox Circuit Clerk J. W. JACOB. For County Clerk ROY E. SIBLEY. For Recorder EARLY SLINKARD. For Prosecuting Attorney A. U. MILLER. For Collector ALEX B. THOMPSON. For Public Administrator GEO. W. MISTER. C. M. Weaver, Soclnll.st party nominee for representative of Scott county, will speak at: Hickory Grove school house, Thursday, October 7, at 7,30 p. ra. Dlehlstadt, Tuesday, November, 1, at 7,30 p. m. Lusk, Wednesday November 2. 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. — 5 November 1910

Scott County Kicker. 1 1 Workingmen of Scott County, it is up to YOU to win next Tuesday's Battle at the Ballot Box! VOL. 9. BENTON, MO., NOVEMBER 5, i9io. NO. 51 I (AN UNUSUAL CAMPAIGN-. ' rnhlu has town n VelW nUlct. ns eU es a very queer campaign. The Socialists are the only ones fcthat made what might bo called n open, campaign, 'rney nac nri uneakers In the field slnco he primary who challenged the Id party yawpers 10 qbubw, um lone accepted. What must the oters think of the refusal or the 1d parties to defend their posi tion In public debate? ,Two years ago the Democrats were out with their brans band "shelling the woods." Not so Ithls year. They seem to be "hid ing out" and have Imported some fBt. LouIb spell-binders to tell tair farmers what's what. Saint 'Louis Democrats are not well fit ted to handle the situation In our county, where we've not yet bcpn educated up to ballot-box stuf fing and repeating. ' What their plans nre remains to be seen. For thirty years they have ...

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. — 5 November 1910

w r SCOTT COUrtTY KICKER A Hafnsr. fubllsher. ION. Ptin VKAH, 11 CASH, post office In Benton. Me., sa-OHua mmu awiier. THI HIT RIAL "PULL." Now that the summer li nearly over hundreds of young men who were graduated last June from colleges and high schoola are entering the voca tions whloh they Intend shall be their life's work. Some are still seeking suit able openings- The young man with- MtOPISED AMENDMENTS TO TIE CONSTITUTION OF rUSSOOM FIRST AMINO CONSTITUTIONAL MINT. Joint and concurrent resolution submit tlno to the qualified vottrs of the state of Missouri amindmsnt to section 47 of article IV of tha Constitution of atate of Miscou-I. Be it rtsohed bi the Gtntrtl Assemtly I In Stiill ef Missouri: That at the general election to be held on the Tuesday next following the first Monday of November, 1911 the following amendment to section 47 of article IV of the Conntltutton of the stats of Missouri, coucerning the relief of members of the police department In cltlca having 100.0...

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. — 5 November 1910

1 J CM.'. IIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIK MISSOURI STATE IEWS fiiimiiiiiiiiiinniiiig Th Largest Parmtr Daad. David Rankin of Tarklo, who made taming nil buslntts and made that business par wonderfully, is dead. Tho end came following an attack ot par aljrili. When David Rankin was first married 60 year ago, he had only $5 to pay the preacher and made hli itart In lite. When he died he was pos sessed ot 23,000 acres of as fine land as lies out of doors, equipped with the Tory best In live stock and machinery, and an estate estimated to be worth anywhere from $4,000,000 to $5,000,000. He made it all in farming, or rather in stock raising. He was said to be the world's largest farmer and yet he seldom sold any of his products, more frequently buying corn by the hundred, thousand bushels. He never believed in marketing the raw product ot the soil. He could make more mosey by transmitting bis grain Into beet and pork. David Rankin was born in Sul livan county, New York, in 1S25, and was 85 years...

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. — 5 November 1910

COTT COUNTY KICKER. ubacrlptlon. per year,. $1.00. Ms BoatlM. 60c. 8 months. 35c BOCIALIST TICKET. For Judge of Supreme Court JOHN P. WILLIAMS. For State Bupt. of Schools JOHN L. BROWN. For R. R. and Warehouse Com'r U. 8. BARNSLBT. 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. Dlst JOE MACKLEY. For Associate Judge, 2d Dlst. J. R. SHULTZ. For Probate Judge M. M. DAUGHERTY. 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 County Treasurer. J. B. FIN LEY. For Public Administrator GEO. W. MIXTER. The candidates for township of ficers are: CommerceJustice, H W. Sanders. Constable, Walter E. Wise. sandy woods Justice, W. A Dodsou. J. It. Bradley, Die. i'. ii. Whitt. JMtv nsjJ? approved se curity. To Interest charged ir paM 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. — 12 November 1910

SCOTT BENTON, MO., NOVEMBER 12, i9io. !7 t POPULAR IGNORANCE. Charles Edward Russell In the Coming nation, Glrard. Km. If there weic ninunir us now n foreigner obstirvant of our ways and methods rind without Interest or stake In the country, nnd If he could bo made to understand the real purpose hud significance of our governniont ns nt present conducted, h'j could do nothing Vnt laugh. A few day! ago, for instance, thej Associated Press was goxl enough to dominate Informa tion about tie. activities of our national bonking department. It has boea hard at work, the dispatches toll us, examining the weak" banks in the. country and x unaklng thorn up. If they are ""weak1' they hnv been allowed so many day to got "strong," or otherwise, out thpy go. Tho bunk examiners will close them up. All this, wo afi gravely informed, is done In tho Interest of "business , becurlty." "Business wcuilty!" n good phrase for the. simple. What It ' really menus Is that tho banks .till outside of the "cha...

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. — 12 November 1910

m ; L ,j. SCO IT COVrtTY KICKER PtH A rUfner. Publisher. SUaSCRtPTION. PER YEAH, tl CASHj knttr- a the post office In Boiitun. Mo., Vk. 14. IMft, M seoond-cU .11 mail mtliir, FOR CLEAN POODS. Addressing the American Health association In convention at Mllwau kee, Prot. James O. Jordan of Boston, chairman, pointed out the need ot pro tecting foods from contamination not only by dirt, dust, Insect lite, dogs and cats, but also from handling by human being, says the Buffalo Express. Mo must have had In mind careless masses to whom the rules of cleanli ness are practically unknown. The ef fort of the day, among civilized people It generally fcr clean food. Restau rants are sometimes accused of being less particular than they should be, but local health officials can keep them up to the standard or have them dis continued. If such power Is not ac cessible by any health officer, leglsla tlon should provide for such an ar rangement. Professor Jordan spoke also for milk, saying: "Less money...

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. — 12 November 1910

! .v.,.,, I TheLlTTlEfiEPUBLIC ? of Costarica & jvcxzm? camzenrcoarA trot C OSTA RICA BtandB alone among ! the turbulent Central Ameri can states in all things per taining to freedom, self-government and progress. The coun try was colonized at first by people from the ancient Spanish province of Gallcla, and the colonists have not. as In many tropical countries, amal gamated with the aborigines; they have consequently kept to the present time the original characteristics, as well as the qualities of their race, and the Inherent grace and charm of their ancestors. They are laborious, pro gressive and peace-loving, and have a record of a long period of absolute In ternal tranquillity. Three-quarters of the population In habit the so-called central plateau, the climate of which Is the most per fect realization of perpetual spring. The agriculture of this region is very highly developed, the principal prod uct being coffee, maize, beans and po tatoes. Tho land is divided into ex cee...

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. — 12 November 1910

, j, , . , , ... SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. ubecripMen. per year,... ..-.$1.00. is mtM, wc. a Months, a sc. 6 remember November m. All Socialist who can possibly come should be at the count.v meeting at Morley. Saturday, No- venvoer we have made suien did trains and now for victory In ll12. The Socialist is just as busy tlie day after the election as the day before. He knows what he , wants and works and votes to ret It. He prefers to vote for what he wants and not get It, w man to vote lor wnat ne doesn't , -want and get It. He never loses vote. Tney an count at least as a protest against the existing outer. Be at Morley. Important. 1 1 m 3 .mi The vital things Evidently some of the church olng people of Charleston are beginning to think. In n Charles ton paper. In a column wilted by a nuuister. i mm tn:s parnjrraim For a lotip: time people have asked why the pastor has not mutched on some of the VITAL th) urn of the denomination. W-ell It ' ird for the little minister to do much ni ho 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. — 19 November 1910

iHeavy Gains for Socialists in U. S. Elect Congressman in Wisconsin and many State Leg- islators there and ElsewhereSocialists Peel Good. V M. A.tSVTV 'The election returns from all over the nation were slow In ar riving last week, therefore the Kicker had nothing to Bay about the result .except in Scott county The county returns were also .-alow, and Slkeston did not show up until shortly after noon on ' Thursday two days after the v election. The vote given by the Kicker -was that or Myers for county Judge, who ran about 50 ahead of the Democratic ticket. The vote at Slkeston was, Democrats, , - 384 ; Republicans, 202 ; Socialists. :25. In the rush and working at ' 1 night In order to got the paper I -to the people the next day, some errors crept into the election rc I turns. With Slkeston heard from hit gives Thomas. Republican, n f majority of 73 over Harrison. Democrat. Hence Scott county will mciiU a Republican to Jefferson city to represent them the first In a quarter of a ce...

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. — 19 November 1910

w :, m EM. IS JIHBBBBaBl IT3, f SaaWBBSaSMBBI Si ' 4 1 2 I N. ... - V elff 7T COVilTY KICKER MH A Hifnir, Publisher. FT10N, WW YKAH. $1 CASH. at the post office In Bnton. M(V, uus i sail mama SCHOOLS IN PUBLIC PARK. Botton'i finance commission has placed Itself upon record as favoring the building of one of the public Mhoots In one of Boston's publlo Wks. If the suggestion should be acted upon by the Boston city govern ment It would probably Involve a lnlque experiment. A schoolhouse Is to be built In a portion of the city Where property Is high-priced, and even at a high price It Is difficult to get a suitable site. In Washington park the city has an area of 396,126 square feet In such location as to make an ideal site, says the St. Paul Dispatch. The commission argues that the school building will occupy but 12,000 square feet of this space, and DEMOCRATS WIN IN COOK COUNTY PARTY GAINS THREE CONGRESS MEN IN CHICAGO AND FOUR OUTSIDE. REPUBLICANS FIGHT HARD They Get Several state Of...

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. — 19 November 1910

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. 1 T WHOOP XR UP Now that the election In over you can again work to Increase the circulation of ths Kicker. Last month a new "hitch" was taken by the men who own Scott county. By lending their paper free they hope to run out the Kicker. If you will notice the amount appropriated by the county court out or tno public treasury to the Democratic organ, vnti will un derstand why they can afford to tend It to the people free. If the tax-payers will take a second, thought they may conclude that it is not so "free" arter au. Peo ple who can get money that way oont nave to steal in the way forbidden by law. They can bo "good" and "resnectable." However, the Kicker Is not In the least dismayed. All I ask Is that the fellows out at the forks of the road get busy as they did two years ago. Owing to the fact that the Socialists sent out 850 conies of the Kicker free to their neighbors during the clos ing months of the campaign, the regular list of the Kicker fell off about ...

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. — 19 November 1910

ttN ABDSIXE r l! I ft 1. r t. 4 iv i V as or the most beauttatl gar dens In England a garden in I the truest sense of thefword J is Leonardslce, a horn of Sir Edmund Loder, Bart, whose of Cowers baa made a fairyland ingllah scenery into a retreat for ly of the exotics over the leas. It jfflcult to describe, and ubre dlffl I still to. show In photography Its aeterlstics. fee and shrub, winding walks, psea of even the sea itself corn to form the charm of this garden, there Is something more than cry. Sir Edmund Lcdtr has a vledge that few possess of the alayan rhododendrons. Masses of rarer species, with thelt wealth of era and vigor of growth, arrest tha of the visitor. There jre to be the exquisite Rhododendron Auck . the crimson R. clnaabarlnum, ifordlanum and seedlings of great y. A book might well bd written importance of bringing Into the n, under suitable conditions, the laynn and other shrubs which are led as exotic. Exotic they are, any plants from different climes ours flour...

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. — 26 November 1910

.i--MU r j 1 J ' SCOTT COUNTY VOL. . IiICK& BENTON, MOM NOVEMBER 26, i9io. -'- . Kf I ' "TZ: sssssssm "jjgs NO. 2. WHAT OTHERS SAY OF US Socialism is Becoming Respectable Clippings from Capitalist Papers tJk lunlr.tinnn Kansas City Star, When Mr. Bmll Seldel wan elect ed the Boclallst mayor of Mllwau -jcce tno socialist political organ 'nation had an opportunity to i show what an exponent of Its ), program would do m a responsi ble place. There had previously ' been a Boclallst mayor in Haver hill, Maw.; but for the first time the full resDonstbility of a mu- r nlclpal government vested with -that party. The Socialist mayor and his co udjututors did not kick the table over. The're was nothing wlld-ey tut or destructive of good things in their, work. They simply gavo a square deal government within the law and constitution. As a '.monKest result of that trial, the JUIlwuukec congressional district bus elected Mr. Victor Derger, a Socialist, to congress; Milwau kee county has elec...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 26 November 1910

bbbbbbbe - . rva.hvmm'rn - --vr-v- aaaw - . v.iv -. ? j. ..''" iu IA, 1 BBBiBBBBBBBBBBBBBBxBEfT-i wsst ma ,4.' & v II fv ft i T I SCOIT COUNTY KICKER SUM) I A Hafnsr, PublUhtr. PTION, PCR YEAR. II CASH. RUN the post office In Button Mn.. i. mh, ma moodo-ciam man mut,r SARTORIAL SNOBBERY. That elusive Individual to whom the New York tailors owe a large debt ofi gratitude which may be more thanj balanced by the amount he owei the tailors has tendered the public an other profound statement. He says that a man "who doesn't go out much" :an dress decently on $5,000 a year, says the Cleveland Plain Dealer. Ob serve the subtle malgnlty of that qual ifying phrase. The man who goes out much, the fellow who romps through routs and dinners and teas and nl fresco twaddlefests. must pay his tail or no" matter what he docs for the piper. While the poor chappie who Is hampered by a measly $5,000 will cut his pleasures 'carefully according to his cloth, being so closely menaced by that deadly l...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 26 November 1910

! WttUiottstflmrajfianfs lome id Amenca. llsB' If IF A million South European! com to the United States ever? year for a century, what will the aver age American be like at the end of that timer What will be the effect of these millions of fertile peo ple upon the ultimate product of the melting pot? If the American blood becomes largely that of the peasant of those down-trodden countries will the dominant traits of the present be lost? These are Questions that are raised by the figures issued by the commis sioner of immigration, for those fig ures show a striking accentuation of the Immigration tendency that has de veloped with in the last decade. So far has the tendency gone that for the fiscal year recently closed It is shown that 83 per cent of all comers have been from the races of South Europe and Eastern Asia. The men who nre wont to look far ahead In the prob lems of national well being are be coming alarmed with the record of each succeeding season. For the year ending June...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 26 November 1910

Wit 'l IP II f 19, if.' vr it 1 5- Aft.. - 34. Mi CLOSING-OUT SALE! etiring From the Mercantile Business. Our Fifty Thousand Dollar Stock of high-grade Merchandise, consisting of Dry Goods, Ladies' ReadytoWear, Mens' Clothing and Furnishings I Carpets Will be Closed out Regardless of Cost. Every Department is filled with high-grade new goods-just the things you anticipate buying for fall and winter wear, and it will mean dollars of savings to you to attend this BIO CASH CLOSING - OUT SALE. Nothing reserved; the entire stock will go at Sacrifice prices. This is a bona fide Closing-Out Sale and Retiring from the Mercantile Business. Sale Begins December 1, and will Continue until the Stock is Closed Out. Remember the date and be on hand and Share in these Money-Saving Bargains. CAPE GIRARDEAU i I 1. I ll lH h slmiii HltiiiBi Jfi MH HI B b mm COTT COL'NTY KlCKKK. 1 ilwtrlpt.oti mr yar SI. 00. S x months. 60c. 3 months .!.. SOCIALISTS IV ST. LOCIS. "ho Kicker editor spent a part to. wwk...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
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