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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 3 December 1910

I Mil II M I if I 1 1 v SCOTT Vol. x. COUNTY KICKER BENTON, MO i9io. NO. f. 3" Fred Warren, the "Convict." Honest Men goto Jail while Thieves Hold High Official Positions. V i A ""'"The Republican party will apholdyat all times, the authorl- and Integrity of the courts. From Republican platform, 1008. "The courts of Jutlce are the Jwlwark of our liberties and we -' yield to none In our purpose to Maintain tlislr dignity." From Democraflo platform, 1008. Why did both of the capitalist parties find it necessary to prop ap their courts by an Indorse ment? Was It because tho people re beginning to understand the class character of these courts? And what they really are and w list they are for? last week the United States Circuit Court affirmed the decis ion of the District Court sentenc yS Fred Warren, editor or the Appeal to Reason. Warren must pay a fine of $1,500 and serve six months In a federal prison. What for? What has Warren done? Whom has Warren injured? Why, .Warren "derambd" ...

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. — 3 December 1910

SCOTT COVriTY KICKER MM A Hafner. Publisher. wwirimn! raw Twn, an vamn. tri at tata peat oltlce In Benton. Ma.. 1 aaaa, a w BMiir. SPIRIT OP ROMANO!. To the aplrit of chivalry and lor of adventure that characterised tha wonderful daya of long ago the aver ge writer turna for hit romantic talea of lor and war, but It seems soma, jhow ai though enough ot romance can be found In the world at every period ot Ita existence, even In Us present moit practical and, perhaps, Its most unpoetlcal stage, to make volumes ot absorbing Interest, but the jmystery of the past appeals to the ordinary mind with more persistence than the wonders of the present; per haps, because the Intervening periods pf time have endowed the occurrences ,of other days with something ot the charm ot their own uncertainty. The Influence of poetry, of music, of art, of the drama, of literature, helps to tnold a world of loveliness, and con tributes In no small way to the hap piness of living, says the Charleston News an...

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

"TV?1" t"V Dress arid Costume iHB first la a assart style for la r I The Mcond would look well la outdoor wear; It U made up la ! eerge; the aklrt la made with a slant- terra-cotta face cloth and haa a lata aklrt trimmed with two rowa ot Ruaala braid at about the knees and Me at the top of hem. 811k la uied for the yoke which la sot In points on abouldera and at front and back; tbla la edged with raid and has a button sewn In each olnt. The chemisette Is of nlnon. be sleeves are cut In one with dlce; they are set to a band below bow. Hat of black velvet trimmed with go white wings, In the prevailing rfe. Materials required: 5 yards cloth 49 es wide, 4 buttons, 1 dozen yards .sla braid. tag wrapped seam down front on up per part; the lower Is quite plain and la Joined to the upper under a ma terial strap. , The semi-fitting coat has the fronts arranged In two parts; the Inner or side front Is braided at the edge, the center fronts then wrap over one an other in a slant and are contin...

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. — 3 December 1910

rf .1 i Hidl - . . - t I. 4 J! I'. BKVYPT pnTTNTV if irtri?o Tok X, No. a December, 8, 1010. Subscription, per year,. $i.oo, Bl months. 60e. a months. 85c rr IT. ERROR IN" THE DATE. The Kicker tins no "devil." honeo the i Kicker will havo to war the blame of neglecting to change the date on tho front page. It should bo December 3. w GET BUSY NOW Let the friends of tho Kicker how the bomos what they can do. I wanted to toll you last week how we were getting along but an unexpected advertisement of the David A. Glenn Mercantile Co. crowded It out. We got twenty subscribers during last week. Alex. Thompson, of niod Ktt, leading by sending In six. r. Thompson has sent in four this week. Others nan do as well If they only try. We are having tho same fight that Socialist everywh.'i have Capitalism must control the pres-i and the pulpit at any cost if it can. ThcM mould public opin ion, and enlightened public opin ion is the one thins capitalism fears. Any newspaper or minis ter who refuse...

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. — 10 December 1910

'MIX "WiiOHit -VTA iff 1 COUNTY KICKER tyou x. BENTON, MO., DECEMBER 10, i9io. NO. 4 ? THB "MORALITY" CROWD. , There la Juat one play that I am anxious to sec. It m Salome. For KMQ0 reason the ruling class Ja ir-vlo to lUDDreas It aa "Ini- toral." I am of the opinion that ..Mi 4a "Immoral" inthe same sense -.that' a Socialist speech la Inimor al It pictures conditions as they -t really are. " Last winter I read an inter view by a New Orleans reporter -with Olgfe Netheraole, who first Itntroduced the play into this na tion. I never read after a more humane and Intelligent woman. The ploy was shut out of Chl ncagoiast week. Think or it I Chi- cago,the white slave mart! Miss .Garden, who plays the leading . Iiart, had this to say about the topping of her play: "1 am only sorry for those who ; are Ignorant enough to criticise . this wonderful work. Salome Is played all over Europe and In .London, where they have a strict .censor. They know what art Is. Some time you Will learn here." Th...

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. — 10 December 1910

. t. , T mCOVriTY KICKER WW A Hefner. Publisher. HtWTION, FttW-VKAH. 1 CASH, l at tha iMMt office In Ilctiin. Mi , It, Istf. M WOMi-cUu mail m' 1 1 r COUCH OF LUXURY. The mott perfect retting place ever devised for a human being It Juit be neath the roof, and then you mutt be able to tee the shingle nailt sticking through. If a gentle rain be falling, So much the belter. Five minutes ppent In that tweet retreat are enough to banlth the memory ot every trouble, Debt and death lote their terrors, and the peace that passes understanding comes upon you, says the Washington Post. You become a boy again and enter once more Into the world that used to be. Soon the dark corners of the room are peopled with the Images of childhood. Over wk;re the old clothes are hanging you can aee the outlines of a dismantled ship, while down the sandy shore come Robinson Crusoe and Man Friday. A swarthy face peeps from behind the big trunk. It Is Farlnghea, the strangler, creep ing stealthily upon his vict...

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. — 10 December 1910

Jf. IOCMMUHM Kamai City Couple on Eight Thouiand-Mil Tramp. Hi SAU.OOY W0 AC8CRLAr-URSTt?OWtf GW THE United States wllb be the first nation to Institute s aeronautical reserve auxiliary to Its military defense, and we will owe this unique establish ment to the efforts of a young million aire, John Harry Ryan, son of Thom as P. Ryan, the southern financier, who made millions by consolidating the street railway and lighting sys tems of New York city. Young Mr. Ryan's scheme to consolidate all of the available aeroolanes and airships of the country in a potential fleet, similar to the naval mllltla, and which will be given uniform schooling by the Army Signal corps, has been ap proved by both the secretary of war and the secretary of the navy. The organization of this great aerial fleet will cost the government noth ing save the time of the Instructing officers. The army and navy war col leges will draw plans of campaign and programs of drill to, be carried out at Joint maneuvers betwe...

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. — 10 December 1910

ujtvwntw 1 1 11 mm - .vsttuzm BCOTT COUNTY KICKER. becrlptlon. per year,.. $1.00. moatbs, 80c a months, 85c. WILL YOU IXVESTIOATK? On the night preceedlnir the election ot .November S there were posted and distributed In Commerce and other towns cer tain BILLS printed In ml asking Socialists to "get even" w.'th R. L. Duck for fighting the Kicker. The printing and circulation of those bills was charged to the Editor ot the Kicker and both Democrat and 'ttcpubllcans used It to lujui'e t'ue cause ol Socia lism and it did that very thing. Now, it the Kicker editor in re sponsible for the distribution of those circulars, 1, on the head of the recent county Socialist ticket, want to know it. And 1 believe 1 voice tho sentiments or this county organization of the Socia list party when I demand an In vestigation. If, on the other hand, it wiwn deception practiced on my neigh lor the voters of thlt township as well art the voters In other parts of the county they are en titled to know it, an...

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. — 17 December 1910

4 V, SCOTT COUNTY KICKER " mm t rvoL. x. 11, lTlll A ftr A w v WW vwwwmwv A KcffiAKKADifc FKUFflfcU. WtrW CapiUlisH, Iicipible and demoralized, Compelled to Witless its Owi FaieriL A Peep Into tie (Mediate Ffltire. popular liberties now exist and institute a military deposltlsm. Just ono simple fact puts such' a step out of the realm of the pos sible: The armies of Europe are conscription armies, largely 0. r 1 H. Westllng la Political Action. The present time Is the most interesting time of all history. It would be possible to think or other moments of history com .parable to this wero It not for the Immensity ot the present sit filiation. "We are right on the eve of the most extraordinary revolution the world has ever known. We .of the Socialist movement have seen It coming and worked for it, some for many years how many . of us realize today what the NEXT YEAR will bring? The European situation I Has i It anything to do with the small talk of our foreign editorial wri ters, or th...

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. — 17 December 1910

SCOTT COVrtTY KICKER Phil A Hefner. PuSIHHtr. It? BSCWlPTION, PKW Y1AR, tl CASH, itered at the pott office In Bonton, Mo., Id lies. M aauoaa-oiua awu ' CANDY SALES FALLING OFF. "This feminine craze tor being slen der has knocked the bottom out of our business," said the man In charge of a downtown branch of a big candy concern. "Some men who were good for at least $10 worth of candy each week never come Inside the door now, and when I see them trudging past the store with a package of fruit t made up my mind their wives and daughters or sweethearts have taken a stand against candy. One man with a wife and four daughters, who used to be a splendid customer, told me the other day that he'd as soon come home with a viper as with a 5-pound box of candy, although a year ago he used to buy two 5-pound boxes each week, says the New York Sun. We notice the same difference fn small sales to women employed In offices. There's not half the number of calls for half-pound boxes, though our sales...

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. — 17 December 1910

re ICra. Crow William, have you evet ttofW to think what will become of m whes we are oldT Mr. Crow Oh I X auppose weeH wial ap aa quail on toait at some ta ble eVfeote restaurant The Big Show. The personally conducted touriiU were viewing the Egyptian pyramids. "Goodness gracious!" ejaculated Mrs. Newrocks, "It must have cost a pile of money to build them." "Surest thing you know," said Mr. Newrocks; "but don't imagine for a moment that any one tourist agency stood for nil the expense It waa probably a Jackpot affair!" Ancient City Modernised. Tarsus, the ancient city In Asia Ml tor, where the apostle Paul was born, i now Illuminated by electricity. The power is taken from the Cydnus river. There are now In Tarsus 460 olectrlo street lights and about 600 incandes cent lights for private yse. j As Time Passes. "Before you were married you used to sefd your wife flowers." "Yes," replied Mr. Meekton. "Now It takes a diamond necklace to make her as enthusiastic as she used to be over a...

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. — 17 December 1910

WAKE UP! By A. Q. Miller, Circulation Mnna ger of the Kicker. Wnke up, comrades of Scott county, and get to work. We mode great gains In Scott county nnd In Missouri and In fact throughout the entire United States. And It seems tut If those gains have lulled you to sleep. You are peacefully snoozing while wo aro silently slipping back from the heights gained. Eternal vigilance Is wild to be the price of liberty. Eternal hammering is the only means by which wo may first obtain that liberty Socia lism. We Socialists now have a mem ber In congress. The red flag is Mire to float within the halls of the national capltol. "Watch the smoke go up. If all the Socialists or Scott county will do Just a small part of their duty. Scott county will send a Socialist to the Missouri leglslatur two years hence and put the tod flag there. If you are Interested in your own welfare, in the welfare of your children, in the welfare of your (Rockefeller's) country; ir you want to see Socialism Lib erty Ju...

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. — 24 December 1910

mm Aft" Is? 0 SCOTT COUNTY KICKER VOL. X. BENTON, M0M DECEMBER 24, i9io. NO. 6 CAMP Of n Rf Nm ft A VI P Carnegie Gives Ten Million Dollars (on Paper) to Stop Wars. Talk about your vaudeville performance and your negro minstrel shows, but tho cntor talnmcnt that the capitalist get out of fooling tho people must ba ler exeoll thorn all. And tho way their newspapers hand it out to their dupes la no Htnall part of the play. The latest stage play was the act of that gr-r-reat philanthro pist and benefactor of mankind, Andrew Carnegie, boss of the tool trust. He gave ten million dollars as a fund to be used, to gether with the liieoma from lt to bring about universal peace and prevent wars, It Is a bigger joker than the Hague peace con ferences but then It is new. A press dispatch says: Washington, Dec. 14.-Surroun-clctl by 27 trustees of HIS choos inir. comnrisiiut former cabinet members, former embassadors, college presidents, lawyers and educators. Andrew Carnegie to day transferred t...

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 December 1910

JVC ' SCOTT COUNTY KICKER 'V MM A Hafnsr. Publithftr. J ! - ItWPWWTIBN, paw TIAni 1 cnt peat ol ie In 'OHM In Bonton. Mo., AS! AND HUMAN USEFULNESS. At whatyage are men at their best? The paaatmtiUe theory attributed to Doctor Osier, which he afterward re-, pudlated, that the golden age Is thirty-five, or thereabouts, that It is fol lowed Inevitably by waning powers, and that there should be provision for chloroforming all who threaten to sur vive the age of sixty, has never had many serious adherents, says the Mil waukej Evening Wisconsin. It is gen- 1 erally conceded t!at thirty-five I rather the beginning than the end of ,the prime of Hie. nnd that th vig orous human Individual who lives, eanely and cheerfully may do more , 'An some important fields of activity after be has acquired the ripe Judg ment that comes with experience than the heyday of the thirties nnd for ties. Dr. T. M. Crothers of Hartford, Conn,, has come forward with a dee-, laration that Is quite as Interesting a...

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 December 1910

WW ' v South America Bch Rediscovered A BROAD EDUCATIONAL FIELD r?AKUi.SAV ATO PACK TPAttoJ JfSCUAOOR "WW tlMMM SOUTH AMERICA is being rapid ly Americanized. Dating from tbe Pan-American conference at Buenos Ayres a new era Is opening In relation to the two great continents of tbe western hemi sphere. Definite plans have been agreed upon to bring both shores of South America In direct, continuous communication with the United States. Through an International agreement It Is purposed to link together the great ports In a regular system of commu nication, forming an unbroken chain for commercial Interchange from Port land, Me., southward around Cape Horn and northward to Seattle. To create this new trade all governments con cerned are to work In harmony, direct banking and able service will bo es tablished, and a common system of weights and measures adopted to avoid all loss of time In handling freight, mall and passenEcrs. In this conference the United States has naturally been a pr...

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 December 1910

ltd 1 ." . 8COTT OOUNTX KICtEE. BubatrlpUou, per ycar,.......S1.00. Ms oaths, 60c a wontbs, 85o. A0BNT8 FOR THE KICKEtt. The following agencies have been appointed for the Kicker. Any of them will got the paper for you: Commerce The postmaster. Blodgett Alex. Thompson. Valid user Mr. BUa Joyce or Albert Font Crowder Adkina' restaurant. Morley Curacl restaurant Or an Fink restaurant. Illmo J. W. Jaoob. Edna Gibson's hoe shop. ' An cell Pearl Daugherty. Chaffee Lee Maasey Blkeston O. W. Chapman. Luska Louis Pobst The following subscriptions have been received since last Issue: WHAT HAVE YOU DONE? Comrades, what have you done during the past week to advance the cause of Socialism? How many of you must answer this question by saying NOTHING? Are you satisfied to do nothing to help bring about Socialism? Arc you going to let other com rades do a)l the work? Are you not going to put forth a little ef fort to Iieo yourself, to free your children? Are you not going to do anything to help ab...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 7 January 1911

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER VOL. X. BENTON, MO., JANUARY 7, i9U. NO. 7 That "Immortal Document." Facts About the Adoption of Our Na tional Constitution Suppressed. CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS. I No matter how wrong a thing may be ; no matter how big a lie a thing may be, If it Is persist ently and continuously pounded Into the people as right, the peo ple will accept tt as right For over a hundred years the people of the United States have been taught to believe that their national constitution in a won derful document ; that it was framed by patriots; that it was inspired of Uod; that it guaran tees freedom and equality to all. This is what we have been taught in the public schools, from the pulpit, by the press and by the orators of every age. Is it any wonder, then, that the peo ple believe It? Very few people ever read the constitution, and they who do lead it do so with the assurance that it is just what it has been represented to be, and accept it as an "immortal document" that cannot be im...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 7 January 1911

SCOTT COVrfTY KICKER Phil A Hafna Publisher. McwiptionTpe YEAR, i cash". tsred at th post o ce In Benton. Mix. it, lira, aa aaoona-ciaaa man lamiiar. HEALTH AND LONG LIFE. "All men think all men mortal bu. themselves," jret all men are con stantly seeking the sources of health and means of prolonging their Uvea, and nothing Interests tho average man more than to read the statements of persons who havo attained great ages, and their version of the means whlrth enabled them to prolong their lives. We have many of these. Moltke. when asked In hla nlnetJ"th year how he had maintained hla health and activity, answered: "By great moderation In all things, and by regular outdoor exercise." Crlsyil said that "regularity and abstinence are the secrets of long life.' Sydney Cooper also believed In regularity. Le gouve attributed his long life to regu lar exercise, says the Washington Herald. An American nonagenarian. Hon. Xeai Dow . of Maine, laid stress on the careful avoidance of fretting o...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 7 January 1911

DOES THE SWEET GIRL GRADUATE MAKE GOOD? THE college woman has not inrtde good. Of the 12,000 or 15,000 college women in the United Stales, three-fourths are so nice chat they u, mar ried already and the remainder are freaks. The married woman (Jon't take so much Interest In outsit. affairs and freaks can't accomplish anything, anyway. These are the startling words ut tered recently by Leslie J. Tompkins, a professor In New York university, and president of the National Asso ciation of College Graduates, says a writer in the Cleveland Leader. The professor must be one of the men of today who cling tJ their old fashioned tendencies nnd believe that the woman's sphere is In the home. Evidently, women's suffrage and Its correlatives In which women are ta king such an active Interest at pres ent must be eFpccially obnoxious to the prolesjor, for, according to him, the college woman who doesn't marry is practically a hopeless case. Rouifh on the Women. This seems to be rather hard on the ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 7 January 1911

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Subscription, per year, $1.00. Ms months, 60c. S months, 85c. With the new year the Kicker starts la under new management By this i mean that the printing plant has been incorporated and, as Boon as the charter is received will be known as the Worker s Printing Company with a capital stock of 82,800 all paid up. No water : no hot air. And I'll just tell you how it hip pened. In 1008 the business in terests of the county organlted a stock company to establish a newspaper for the express pur pose of running the Kicker out. Anions the stockholders were the officials, politicians, lawyers, d c ton, priests, preacher saloon-1 keepers, landlords, banker and others who lite from the i we at of the other pei pie's fare. It looked like a big job for one man to go up against such a com bination. and I saw then, as I see now. that the nlj" way to meet such a force is with a stronger force. 1 then suggested that against these Industrial para sites there should be organized ...

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